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Shortly before P o'clock r'rulay eviilent, both will being held up ami t i its limit last Monday afternoon Where Keliturky will lodge in l.cilii; ret. lit which time when ColiKressm.ili .1. M. Ilohsion. of night, Kmil l.nrich. IH, proprietor of October llistrct, delivered II the ICichmond Ice Cream factory, liv- electoral college in November Is behearings from all pnrtie. will lie ta- the streets, ing clearly indicated by the straw-vot- SAYS WHITE WOMEN HOLD KEY ken The first one Died of MrK. Tay- rouaini; speerh In the interest of the ing at Main and Hallie-lrvintaken throughout the state by lor. wn dated April 27th. I0i!0, anil Kepublirau ticket, ronsutoinc over went to the home of Mrs. Lucy Estes, TO SITUATION. witnessed by Mr. .Inmeii II Conn and two hours time, ilunnir which many West Irvine street, between Second the Itexnll Drug stores. The returns of year. Judge I.. U Wnlker, leave her en- stood through the entire time, seats j and Third Streets, and, forcing his show Cox leading by a margin of two Thnt his words rri' well received tire etnte to her husband, Cyrus iieiiic at a premium way into the house, pursued Mrs. to one The first week's balloting J. Sherman Porter, of Lexington, wus evidenced liy the hearty applause Tnylor, to dn with a he choose Mr. Itobmon was introduced In n Ele. with a drawn revolver, shot her gave (idVernor Cox 1700 against 77 field representative for the Organiza which broke from tlir immense mull Of this number the tion Department of the Democratic The ircond will of the demised happy and eloquent speech h .lllile twice iii the left breast after n terrific for Harding ence ninny time, during the evening. wan dated at the l!exlngton l, I.. I. Walker of this city This was struggle, then turned the weapon on male voters cast I IO'.i for Cox. Till National Committee, of which ChairHe wn introilureil by Hon J I. June 'JMh IPl'O. an I m vitnessed by, the first nppciirniu c of Mr. ICohslon liiniM'lf and tore away the front por for Harding, while the women gave man J. Campbell Cantrill is the head, Hnmllton, who during the introduc-tlo- J I. Hamilton and D A Thomas. Cox ur.P and Harding IT. t. Thee was in Ijincaster Monday. in conferIn i in our rit and lie was warmly greet- tiun of his skull. nimte ii strong nppe.il for Hon tint will .he a.k. that ill her jut' ed by his many admirers, several of Mrs Estes fell to the floor and figures indicate that the women vot- ence with local Democratic leader in J t W llerkhiim. addressing this ilrlit. funeral expense, ruid hospital' whom had known liirn since childhood. I . ii r is i h. with blood and brains issuing ers are more decidedly for the Demo- reganl to the organization of portion of hi remarks to the women bill be Kiid in full She bequeaths! He is an earnest arid forcible speak- from the fearful gap in hi. right tem- cratic ticket thnn the men, clubs in the county nm He was warmly to of thr nudiencr. Kvcrly. $MM. in. er a lift devoted mot all of his time ple, extending entirely across the with Judge Ralph Gilbert nn the genher mime Mi applaudrd ami his word were well mh. The entire estate is to be turn- attnckiiu: the l.iaifue of Nations, tak-ili- forehead, was lying upon the Moor, LEGIONAIRES eral situation in his district. chosen. issue with Taft. Hughes anil many across the prostrate body of tln woMr. Porter said the National Or ed uter to Mr I. ! Davidson, eash-le- r Mr Kincheloe .poke for nn hour of the Citizen N'atiurinl bank of prominent repuhlirmis thioui;hout man, upon the arrival of the police a District Exe- ganlzntlnn department was anxious to ami m half. complimenting first the tin rit) and he . given authority the country, nlthoutrh not mentioninc few n.inuti - later ge' out the futl Democratic vote ir magnificent nudijnee. which we arc nd,intructeii to convert intne into their names, but !ai ureal stress upCh.ef of Police ( hiude llevure, the cutive Officers. the district this fall and that Chair ure mint haw hern quite mi mspir cash, the net proceed, of which l to uti the fact tlmt Tom WhI.oii. of ftrt oITicihI to enter the house when man Cantrill thoug'.t the splendid be given her husband. Cyrus Tnylor. (iiHirma. was against the League. Ileginning with a banquet at the j ion to him in making hi the tragedy w;w reported by Miss Lib clubs would lie a great help to address His remarks broiiKht much prolong-e- . ban Ksies, 17, of lincaiter, who ran Kerigarlaii Hotel list Tuesday eve- the regular campaign committees in Mich )enr during bis life and at lit. The ngnlliccnt makeup of the upplause however and hi republl-ta- ecltedl down the street, took III tile ning and ending wth nn executive the work uf enrrying the district, not death, the entire i state is to be dividto thr League of Nntlollt ed equally betwern Mrs Carrie Itnulil He beheld the session Inter in the evening, brought only for the candidates on the nationfrtetid sci'imd to he endorsing situation at a glance treaty wn pointed out bv Mr Kin l ilk' Weiman. of Nichola.ville audi ever) word he uttered. Space had twii writhing forms upon the floor in to a close one of the most delightful al ticket but for Judge Gilbert as iheloc when he .nlil been reserved far the colored people an inner room, tin- - furniture of which meetings which the local boys of the well. .Mrs. W A DickerHri of this city. "The munition of .MuMMrhurtt. and possibly aleiut 'JOD iire in the; bad been greatly diarniiiged, appar- lieidal Sanford lo hav held since The will pf J C Mershon. of "The white women hold the key tc New Yrk. Pennsylvania ami New Mr. Porter, "und the situation," dated Sep! Mil H'iiO. and audioMce. and about llfty white la- ently b the struggle of the woman its organization. It was a district Executive meet- - I have been greatly pleased to learn Jersey mmle four billkns of profit' vvitnersi b Joel Miirsc- - and C ( ..le. Xtt evade the intruder The revolver, a out of the war and it The republicans are making a whs lying nearby on the floor t,., ker. was duly llle.t ad admitte.1 Chief' '"g. composed of the executive mem- - that the white women of Garrard do , strenuous camMign in this county Devore raised Lonsch from his nol- hers of the vnrious Posts of the not intend to let the negro men anC , niteil coincidence that the WestM p,,,,,. he Senutors from these four states arej(l)i in W, It.t,tmlli f U(;rH,,K,. and mn of them are ving they tlon and asked what In the name of) Eighth District and was the first one women have undisputed control of In all about this election. I have completed a nil oppn.nl to the League of Nations j K jjvOO in .a.h and to hi. gland w ill carrv it by art increasr.l majority. the Almightly he meant by murdering' held In the district worm children Terrv anH Jesse Htiiran. he the woman it i a Loriscli. Chief Devore f"rt legionalres were present, twen- - cnnvnss of the Seventh District n its originul form of bentliHith J J5 (10 each in cash To of them being visitors ami the re- While Mr. Cantrill. the nominee for while to point out that article aid. uttered oin unintelligible short SALE sentence, and said no more. He was mainder. members of the local pot. Congress, has no opposition, the full the l.cni:ur of Nation, provides Jh.it hlf wtf. KliMil.. th Menhon he leaves The banquet at the hotel where Democratic vote will be at the polls placed upon a couch near at hand. the members of the league .hull all his rash, real and personal prop seated all legionaires together election day for Cox and Roosevelt e manufacture their munitions of war erty tlmt he may then hive to do I '.est Ever Hold In The At this this juncture. Patrolmen I lit til Maupin and Jack Hardin, who,w,th the ministers of the town and and for Judge WilPam Rogers Clay, He nam in in government nrsenals and therefore with as she may choose accompanied the chief, nnd who were ''rof. Paul Uoyd, who were special the V'escnt munition makers will be his wife executor without bond the candidate for the Court of ApCounty. to gain entrance at the front vited guests, proved to be quite a hup-do- peals in most of the counties of that unable further to promote their busiThe Inst will anil testmcnt of I! I. Local Commander Hilly district. Over in Jessamine, the of the Estes home, entered. The P occasion ness Wnlker wus titi-t- l arid profited being1 Swine-broad- ', 11. The public sale of ( chief picked up Mrs. Estes. who was Miller acting as toat master, did his "Another singular truth" contin rfnii Jul .'7lh. IVU) an.t witnessed j county of the Eighth have visherd of famous Jersey cows, still breathing, but the officer stated I'rt well as would naturally have ited so fnr, the whit" women are fully ued Congressman Kmeheloe "n that j,y , j Hudson and W (. Itlgney. heifers and bulls, sold last Saturday, ,,, m. ,,.V1,W ,m u neither of the tell t filled States .Sen- m, ju,t proved to lie one of the very best she died after breathing no more thnn heen expected, the address of u aroused to the menace of negro domcome being made by F. M. Davison, ination." tunes. ranen uie ators usually ,,.i,t arui uner.il expenses ,e paiil sales of this character e ver held in I'nmt Lick. Mr J. O. Iteid of , ,,( (,.lltri a, practical. Lorich was taken to the Pattte A. aides who are against the League of "I have been in Lancaster long the county Clay Infirmary, where physicinns and Stanford responding in well chosen enough to learn that the patriotic ,rn Mn,j fhain Nations in nny form had a son In the t ,hc H,j, tmtl n(, A good crowd was on hand, when The . KlXvn hw ,,.W( )nM t Wnlker surgeons worked until past midnight. ""J-"- ' front line trenche. in r'rnnre women of this county also will vote the mule stock, implements, etc, were He v. Price Smith of the Methodist He has but a slight clmnce for recov-- l name, of these Senators are: llorah, ni and that the Democrats of Garrard nl, ,iin,mir)l .tu, ,P Kiv-offered before lunch. Immediately ery, church made a .ihort but impressive have n fine working organization, it was stated by Dr. Hume. llrandege?, Keed. Knox. MrCormick. j olj).rt Wnlker. another nephew. after lunch the ale of Jerseys began ,. ,.xt hequenths to Mr. Ann Miss Lillian Estes. of Lancaster. ' tnlk on. "The Legion from n Minister-niec- e which has laid aside nny local differSherman Mo.es France Johnson and And from the start to the very last, I of Mrs. Lucy Estes, who was '"I Viewpoint." l aFollette Itlgney nnd J It Waller, IT.OO.OO the bidding was spirited. I'irty head, ence to give battle to the common who had rArh, th,. remainder of his property the guest of her nunt, was with Mrs.1 After the banquet the Council enemy in November I have talked The only one of thee ten as advertised wcrv .old under the , ). ui.tributed. share and share at the time of the urrival of,Journed to the parlors of the hotel to probably fifty Democrats and the a son in France i Johnson and his hammer, the average price for the n Lorisch. There were a number of' where they went into executive the variety unusually cnll alike, to James II. Walker, Mrs. entire herd being f'.'OU a head. reports fttmi nil are that the party ,ob was of roomers in the upper portion of j "'on and many important subjects will be absolutely united in Novemed "cushy." America llurnside, Mrs Minnie (leHi herd bull went to C F Hell, of the house. l.irich first endeavored "ere brought before them and dis-t- ber. The shift of front of the Repub- tter, Mm. Jennie Cotton. Mrs. Ann Spurtnn.hurg, N. C who came gain entrance by way of the front j cued freely by all members present, lican party in the last four years on Kigney and Mrs. Lucy Hudson. "Efforts to fool the soldiers in reto buy this bull. The highest Mrs. Este. Mr. J. O. Keld executive committee-wh- o gard to the attitude of Governor Cox door. Thi was locked. W. O Itigney and J II. Wnlker are the question of a League of Nations She was price heifer brought $"i0. was in the middle room, told her ninn. was chairman of the meeting. und Judge Gilbert are not likely to to prevent war. wus clearly set forth named ns eiecutors wit limit bond. two years otd. A two month old niece that someone wa trying to get j succeed. Hefore the campaign is by Mr. Kincheloe. 'J'Ml; cows ranging calf brought Sales. Mis Estes notified! Henry Cabot I'Olt SALE- - (lood "New Home Into the house. In IIMB Senator over it is likely each soldier will be from f'.'ftO to j:i.iO. the roomer and ran to lock the kitch- Lodge, who fought the pence treaty Sewing Machine". Cheap, if sold at c Wnlker on last Saturday given a true statement a to thnt matJlr Nine of his choice heifers went to ,,, for to death in the Senate made a great once. Also New I'edistnl extension the state of Iowa, the Waterloo Jer- en door, and was there when Lorisch Crjj(; tm.ir 58 ter, so that all may know just where rown 'm-r,- . upon the porch. He of the League in speech in favor farm un the Fall Lick pike to Mr. the candidates of the Democratic sey Farm being the purchaser, the re- strode dining room table. Cn!' this office roomers, it is said, while which he said x ,,,, Tu. irjcc wa ,.J(.ri party stand." mainder going to different parties one of the on the porch in the darkne.. brushed, Mr. Porter went from here to know the difficult ie which arise "I Mr WMn u,,0 ffm llarber throughout the state of Kentucky past him. and pushed open the door. lt.r am. YEARLY LEASE FOR c,.ntly Mr Tayl((r farm lo Stanford to look into the prospect of . aithiii it ml 1111 ml livini tint. Strain The .ate was the best conducted one Mis Kstes. who was there when the t1ut clubs in nils to involve an alliance .lcri. organizing James lluilding, Hnrrods- - ever pulled off in the county nnd the door llew open, darted behind it, nnd I Mr (;,.orKl. MarM.t. for $a, when Washington heated in Lincoln and will then go Into Itoyle do not believe that auctioneer, Col. I), L, Perry, of burg, Ky. Apply to Jerry Tewmey, evidently saved her life, she states, Notice to county for a similar purpose. He warned us against entering entangOhio, was a scream. The man, who. she claims had uj said he had no doubt of the educaling alliance, that he meant for one Janitor. sale was under the management of for the have been appointed city u pistol in his hand, rushed past her and tion of the Democratic national tickmoment that we should not Join with! Mr Tom Dcmp!c), of We.terville, Remedy. . you will greutly assist me ii. Mrs. Estes. who I et or of Judge' Gilbert in the Connations of the the other civilixed Ohio, who .oon convinced the crowd pursued her aunt. duties, by calling at Holtzclaw'r gressional race, but said neither of j ran to another room. could be found to yor Kyestraln und blurred vision is that he knew hit business, world If a method ture and listing yuur property. In "the.e most desira'de result" could Lorucli began shooting and Mis diminish wn and encourage peace "( HYRNES SCIENTIFICALLY FIT. Estes. seeing an importunity to es 'my ulisence, Mr. James Hilton will be achieved if the Democrat of y On the same subject Theodore ED GLASSES. "Microbe Love." cape, ran from the house, leaping receive your list I'.oosevelt, when awnrded the Nobel j and the dl.trir do "n they did UVUNE, Exclusive Optometrist. II. C Hamilton. I in 11' 10, stay at home and leave the Danville, Ky. Pence I'riie in t'.MO said li The above is the title of a musical from the porch, badly spraining her ankle. However, she ran around the If election to the Republican leuders and comedy that will be seen at the school "It would be a master stroke their negro nllie". He pointed to these (Ireat Power, honestly bent on auditorium tomorrow night, given house and into the street, spreading the alarm. Itlchmond Itcpister. The type in our Paint Lick letter the fact that when Morrow carried peace would form a league of pence when WEST-PKTIt- under the auspice, of the Denial Contentment exists News of the tragdy came to Lan- last week made us say that the T. J. Kentucky in tOlO, Democrats to the the peace among not only to Oils that penetrate, Sanford Post of the American LeIs used. Etc, Todd farm, sold by It. G. Woods, number of liO.OOO f illed to vote and but to prevent by force gas play l composed entirely caster through Miss Lillian themselves The thnt vibrates, gives power untold, gion broken by (let if ncccsnary it being uf home talent and bid to be one of daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. II. Estes, brought only $180 an acre, when it that if they had voted Kentucky the best and see the "difference." others." The ruler or statesman who Watch for the "ItF.D TUUCK." the funniest and most laughable com- who was visiting in the home of Mrs, should have been $.'lt0 an acre. The would have gone 'J 0,000 Democratic Estes at the time of the tragedy. bring about audi a combientire farm selling for an nvvrngc of instead of 40.000 It.'putilican. should W, S. Carrier, edies ever pulled olf in our city. Sold exclusively by The deceased was a daughter of $:tni'i an acre. nation would have earned his place seat are on sale at 75 cents Phone .Ml. YOU HAVE AN OPPORTUNITY In history for all mankind und It is to be hoped that it will be Mr. Nannie Cornell, of Paint Lick. I TO BUY NECESSITIES and alto lo League who asDemocratic Those critics of the liberally patronized, for the cause is Her husband, Mr. Alvin Estes died I help Th Young Ladies Mi.ilonarjr serted that it would send our boy. to the recent Ucpuhlicnn Congress. All it a worthy one and the hoy. are in Inst January, and was a brother of There will be a democratic .peak- I Social jr. by buying of Ih.m your an act of Congress did in two year was to raise the need of ii little fund, which is very S. II and Frank Estes of this city. Europe without ing at Iluena Vlitn next Wednesday n..d. in CANDIES and CHOCOLAT- utter a brazen falsehood," sn'd .Mr, tnriff on beau from -- act., to JI.'.Ti necessary in the promulgation of night and on next Thursday night ES, almond and panut bar. RED CROSS Kincheloe and he quoted Republican a bushel and to boast the tungsten tltclr organization. there will lie speaking at Walker's and bilUr chocolate, at lla.edd.n Bros General admixioii I Iii) cents ami leaders to disprove such a criticisM. tariff -'-Oil per cent. This is used in Ladle, are especially I Store every Saturday School house. and court day, William Howard Tuft in refuti!.!,' hardening of steel" so when this law all .choul children will be admitted Invited to these meetings, as there or from Mr. J. W. Smith. Mr W. R. Supplies Rest Room Lodge' iliurge to this effect I finally enacted by a Republican for a quarter Senator will be a lady to speak at each of the . Ba.lln. Mr M. S. Hatfield or Mri. jid, "It U not n fair construction uf Senate the fanner who buy a plow, above places, Mothers. I Holman Brown at their home.. of Victory ID. The action uf the coun- a binder and other implement Article Meeting. I y.'j:i.:it steel; the woman who buy. a, sewing cil Is only udviiory nnd for u Sells. The Garrard County Chapter of Thompson All the member of the American would have to determine how-fa- r machine, the girl who buy a typeI fitting up A executor of the citato of the upon such advice." writer will have the privilege of pay- Legion are requested to bo present at American Ued Cros are Is Asked. Your it would set the regular meeting of the Legion their room over the Police Court to late M. S. Thompson, Mr. J, E. ii On this point Justice Hughe, said: ing this tariff. OF GEORGE 0. 1IARNES sold yesterday morning the FRIENDS Harding' declaration in favor of a next Thursday night, October 7th, at serve a double purpose. Tilts room "United States of America assumes IN GARRARD COUNTY: unpeace by resolution with 7;:iu P. M. in the County Court room I. to be used fur the Nunc' office us farm containing l'.'KSr acre und lyeparnte mi obligation under Article 10 to Your help i usked to murk the bring us many men well a a rest room for mother with ing on the Lexington pikv, two ijillc dertake nny military expedition or to Germany I such n black crime as- and und from lanctitter, to Mr. Ashby Arnold, grave of Evangelist George O. Barserted Mr Kincheloe that even Sen-nt- with them a. possible as all men who small children on Saturday' employ it armed forces on land or hi wife. Do not fail to have l.odge of hi own party hu ex- were in the service are entitled to Court Days. for $:I00 an acre. This wu formerly nes and en unless such action is authorized City Club of Lancaster have the furm owned by liev. F. M. Tinder part in thi memorial to the man who The VICTOUY MEDALS, o be on hand! by the congrew of this country which pressed nbhorrancu of it. "We cun-no- t labored in season und out serving our make pence in the ordinary way nnd (111 out the blank for your medul. loaned their eay chair for thl room. nnd i considered one of the best. ha exclu.lve authority to determine Lord and blessing all men. It is hoped some one will give or loan The sale of the personalty wa whether there i any obligation on it said Lodge to the Senate. "We canSend your contribution today, it i FOIt SALE Two Iron bed, two u couch fur this work. Other thing part under laid article and the mean not muke peace except in company needed JUST NOW, a the tone two wathituudi, two drug- cun be added from time to time at r action by which such obligation with our nllie. It would brand u dreer, LOST lied gilt, with few small should be in place thi Fall. with everlating dishonor and bring get, one an Axminxter. See me at their need become upparent for the hail be fuMlltd." Send to E. C. Walton, Treuturer, und our bluett spots. Weight 1U5 pound. Mrs. U. 1). Simpson. comfort uf the mother my reiidence. Mr. Klnchtlot called attention to ruin to u also if we undertook to Hevtonuble reward. W. 11. Mos, jr. Stanford. Ky. youngest citizen. the inactivity and incompetence of make a separate peace." I MRS ALVIN ESTES COX LEADS ON CONGRESSMAN FIELD REPREROBSION STRAW VOTE. SENTATIVE Cruelly Murdered In Sounds The Democratic Filed for Probate before Judge Stupp. Delivers Republican Ballots Cast in Kentuc- From Democratic NaKeynote. Richmond. ky Drutf .Stores Give Speech To Packed tional Committee Ilefore Judge orcst Slnpp III open LARGE AUDIENCE ADDRESSES RELATIVES IN THIS COUNTY. eomt lat Monday, four wills were House. MONDAY NIGHT. Little Hope To Compliments Orfiled for probate. Two of the willi Murderer Attempts Suieid. filed being those of the late Mr Hell Republicans. With mi nudiencr that litcrully Taylor nntl us a result a contest cem ganization In The court house was aniti packed KINCHELOE FOUR WILLS I the auditorium of tin- - rtiurt m.il possibly forty per cent of house, Kincheloe, of it women. Him- D. the Second District delivered one of the best democratic tpecches that hn been heard In Uncinter for u number packed Garrard. l e llo-plla- J ir Entertain - lt n i -' id '""'"' , 1 - j JERSEY Wll-j"er- - only-othe- r '"" i j t,t ses-me- o pur-poe- ly Farm ,, : 1 llm.t Tax Payers, 1 The "' if Of Ken-tck- i J.I-tlt. Satisfaction Prevails. Error Corrected lu-e- d Speaking for Con-gro- Medal Farm ' Help Hob-Iruo- 23--.'- t. The Central Record, Lancaster. Ky. Thursday, Sept 30,1920 REDUCTION IN PRICE t OF FORD PRODUCTS The War Is Over and War Prices Must Go. EFFECTIVE AT ONCE FORD CARS, TRUCKS AND TRACTORS WILL BE SOLD F. O. B. DETROIT AT THE FOL LOWING PRICES: m I TOURING TOURING WITH STARTER RUNABOUT RUNABOUT WITH STARTER - - - -- , in THE UNIVERSAL CAR . CHASIS... COUPE WITH STARTER AND DEMOUNTABLE RIMS SEDAN WITH STARTER AND DEMOUNTABLE RIMS TRUCK WITH PNEUMATIC TIRES TRACTOR The Ford Motor Company makes this reduction in the face of the fact that they have on hands immediate order?; for one hundred forty six thousand and sixty five Cars and Tractors. The Company will sutler a temporary loss while usin up the material bought at high prices. They are willing to make the sacrifice in order to bring business back to going condition as quickly as possible and maintain the momentum of the buying power of the country. Henrv Ford says: "The War is over and it is time war prices were over There is no sense or wisdom in trying to maintain an artificial standard of values. For the best interest of all it pre-wto regular is time a real practical effort was made to bring business of the country and the life of the country down standards." We are at your command with regular Ford efficiency in service and eagerness to fill your orders. ar $440.00 $510.00 $395.00 $465.00 $360.00 $745.00 $795.00 $545.00 $790.00 HASELOEN WOLF TRAIL. , BROTHERS way thoroug) ly 1 GARAGE, rg severa friends. i LANCASTER, l KY Moc liny, The Ja enjoyed by those precn' M.- HRYANTSVILLE - :ns Mrs I w.tb rc'at.vss C i Mr. Phil uuuse spent last week with his mother Mr. Abo Hurton. Mr. Jiupvr Matthews was ft Sun- Mr. Mark Bogie ind family inv guest of Mr. rind Mr. llerve Mc' 'Sunday in Kirkmlto with relative. Cu'lky. Mr. W. T. Woolfolk of Itev An4 Mr. (! S. won the guests of Mrs. E. ily of Wiltnorr, Mr. Htid Mr. Calvin I. cxingtoif Htilettu and family and Mr. and Mm. I II. Mallard. Did you know that ninety perouily affected. Vou should rccoir-ceIlobert P.ojf. j Sander j; f 'JL? Charles Pope .old to the importance, therefore, of A number from here attended the! of all humnn ailments Mr. WlUif.Mi Mershon uf Springdeliver-da- y to be rune1 The following invitation upon the condition of your Hood? J"? J,mPl.,3r V'"!1", w tho funeral of Mr. Mnlinda Sander Sun- - JS hog at iU' per ewt field is the guest nf bU mother, Mr. system, sup- . ' November. been been receive! by friend of the i Nature jrivcs her warnings In va-- 1 pjj. ,mrc nnJ tululU afternoon. Mershon. groom: Iva I'oynter ami family were Hons unmistakable way, so that, C.rt a bottle of S. S. S. nt vmir Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. John Oailey b Messrs Will ('. Ke and II. II. when the appctiti fails, and you drugstoro to day, and note how "Mr. Lout! Christy Johnson daughters were visitor of Mr. and) the guests of Mr. and Mr. Win. were in Danville Tuesday tin request the honor nf yur presence become weak and listless and a gen-cr- promptly It hu.lds up the appetite i Wank Sunday. Mr. Morris Murphy Sunday. n condition stems to arul iri new strength and vl business. at the marriage of her daughter Caey and. Mis l.ula Simpson of Stanford i tak possession of tho whole body, tality. Writi for free literature Mr. and Mr. Walter Clnudine Helen Uay returned homo on it is an unfailing sum that impuri- and medical advice to Chief Med-cduys witn Medame Mta children spent the week end with Mr. spending several ties will steadily accumulate until Adviaer, Hi Swift Laboratory, to Sunday after several day stay with A. J. Hue anil Mary Dou. and Mr!-- . W. T. Mobcrley ' your general health will be scrl- -' Atlanta. Uv Mr. Jweph Kdmmtston Bryant her parent at Buckeye. Mr. Creen Kstes attended the funMr. anil Mr. Jesse Carey and chilen Ttieluy Kvetilng. September liMh.1, Miss Allie Ma Edward returned dren were with Mr. and Mrs. J. It. eral of hit sister-i-- i law Mrs. Alvin at eight o'clsok Kites at llirhmiind, Sunday. home Sunday after being the guest of Spark Sunday . 'Sanders Indav night BUCKEVE llilliboro. Ohio." improving friends in Nichol isville. l Mr Pieiiitt and family of near Mrs. Jesse Sanders Alice liny of Poor llidge i Mis Mr. Cohort Barker has recently in Mr A C Mile was in Nuholasville It'chniond spent Miinduy with Mr and spending a few dnyt with her sister, after an operation nt the Danville P.ev. II. A. Dnwe is at Perryvillo Mr T s P'ratt. Hospital. She is expected home soon. holding a erio of meeting assisted, st.illwl one of tho New Adams Light Saturday. Mr. Elizabeth McMUIiim. dig Plants in h: residoneo nnd is very M Mr. and Mrs. James Turner and by Hev. O. . tJrcon of lilchmeml. r' ruu and ilniighler, M.i Ilert l)a'y was the pleasant Mr ll...rv II....H U... ...Cm .nnun1 much ii!e.iM-with it. Mr. Barker Mis l.ora were gtiorts of Mr. Arthur KJMt of Misses. Bessie and Hemic-- ' Miss Delia Mae Turner have returned Mr. Less ltice of (ieorgetown wa;h;i!, onu u( tm. 1(0,t im,,rVed farm lirst of last week. Noel in Miidi-o- n on Wednesday home after a visit to lur mother at, Teu.er Wednesdjy night. the guest last week of Mr. B. A. )(1 t,j, tVVuull f (u. ,unty as all of Mrs. Doty of llichmond visited Mr. Aunt Bottle Taylor, a highly re nnd Lexington. .Mr. and Mrs. Wi'iort Dalle Dawes. In out buildings as well as his rest- - T. S. Pieratt last wek. spooled colored woiaull. died Siinuay Miss Norma Burn Montgomery of on spent the day Sunday w'"! Mr Mr. and Mrs. lienrge Herring of denfe are practically nuw. This new Mr. ICnyiiiond Hay of Nichol.isvillo iimmlng. She wns.the wife of Win. llryantsville was the week end guest ieorgetown are expected to visit Mr.j lighting system wilj add very much to and Mr. Kdd Duiley. week. Taylor, deceased. I the value of hi farm as it is one of visited friends here llrst of the mi .ur. . M. Morelaiul Mr. Kverctte Crow nnd children of of Miss Sallie Lou Nay lor on the ' Mrs. Maliniln Sandersof Madison Mr ington itoail. Miss Khoda llnmdu. Mr. T. S. the best and most farm Buckeye were visitors of Mr. anl Mr. and Mr. W, K. Davis and son, Obe Holton Sundiy. Sallie Lou Naylor, lva Hot Newton, Mr. nrul Mrs. Herbert Tay- lighting systems on '.he market and it IVrutt and Mr. J. P. Prather are on county wns buried hero Sunday after Misses noon. There were a number of relMis Alice ll-nnl Mnler Holmnn Ion of Buckeye and Mr. Herbert Nay- lor and Mr. Jen" lln'comb spent Sat- has attracted the attention of farm- the sick list. atives and friends from a distance ers in this section as this machine I Mc.Milllan wer nmoni. the guest lor attended service at Mt. Hebron urday in Lexington. Mr. and Mrs. William Whittaker water glasses spent Wednesday wuh Mr. and Mm. who attended the funeral. runs on three ordm.-rnt Mr i... Idiv n.nl fmtillo Kneiilnv I Uiin.lno mi. I uri ilinner ekietts of Mrs. O. M. Moreland, Mr. B. A. without being bolted down. One of. . Miss Norma Burns Montgomery andi Price, wo are tol.i. are still coming Dawes and Miss Killah Dawc attend- these plants is now on exhibition nt It. W. Sanders. Mr. and Mrs. Krank Uind, Mr. and her brother. Wednesday at tho Becker nnd Dullard's store and many Mr. nnd Mr W II. (iultey of Nuh down. With the mo of smoked ed n Harden Party Mr. Hiram Land ar.d little sons were viwlnl Mr. and Mrs. It, W glasses they should soon bo in sight. Mio Kmily Bourne. Delhi Wee Danville Club House. farmer are driving there to see it. gUMtn Sunday afternoon of Mr. ami Hughe, Lida and May Broadus and Mis FrniicU Sherrow returned to Mr. Charles (Irow of Buckeye. pie supJohn Broadus attended the her home in Hichmond Ind.. lat Sun True Friendship. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Masters and chil- per and were guest of Mis Alice day, after spending several dnys with IIMIMJ What Is II ili.il eliurm- - ii most In a j Valley View spent the week Sutton. dren of relative and friends here. ru face, and n'"' ,n" frli'tiill ! end in this vicinity with Mr. and Mr. ! The pie supper given by Mis Alice "'ii In our Little Miss Koxle l ay Mullins has transient wo Mono Hay and Mr. and Mrs Abo Sutton the popular teacher at Hice returned to her home in Lexington moillft lilin-- o t i lo 'Hit tin' feelliv of Isstlf oinioiii in after several week stay with her nro our elw 'i' ideal Academy, was considcrc lie Minus "bell i ! il i. iltMl Mr. and Mr. Klijah McMiI'mi and every respect. As one lady expressed .. r i. .. Mrs. Nan Mullins. to l.o tll III al.il ln ll to piik; ii i il Hay "its the bot one I ever attended , Mm, Misses Alice and I and Mary tst bo nowr m aao. but sees u Misses Lottie Bro.ulu attended the series of ineetfg at Mr. Tom Price of Paint Lick wa the wrou: v.irlii I t.. t llalcomb and Mr. Louis Broad-- true. . , i, dinner auctioneer. The bidding win spirit- lUlle Salem Sunday ind were not oit'y u attended tho Tom Thumb wo.lding j about I it t r llll) of guest of Mr. and Ml. Marion Calico. ed and the pie were soon dispoied of. Tuesdiy evening l,',"w,r. "f r 1.0 Mr. and Mr. Carl Cotton and chil- The maximum price was $l.fi(t, the at .. , Dr anil .Mr, fcam uoo oi vincnes-terdren .pent a few days the putt week minumum price :I5 cent, tho total Dr. and Mr. B. C. Hose and Mr FROM ROUND TRIP Cir in Madison. imis $ l'J. '(he pupil of the school aim Mr. Ci. A. Bowling were the vis FARE DANVILLE On hut Thursday Mr. and Mr. carried out a very nice program, one IN l MM MAS TAX itor Sunday of Mrs. Jame Hose. at a of the attractive features of the Klijah Mc.Milllan entertained BACK Mr. Khoda Wylie sold her farm to was "I'll kj where you want me bountiful dinner, Mr. nnd Mr. Tom Special Train Uave Danvlll 61CO A. M. tllu--J qur.lMlf Hunl'.Si. daughter. Marie und ton, to go" given in puntomine by Misses Mr Job Mnnee of Danville for $UUU rtls In U Irrsmmt t4 IUiri ituy and Raturnlnc Special Train Leave Cincinnati 61IO P. M Hmiwcini, llib, Stanley. Mr and Mr. John Hay, Miss-- e Lenora Bogie mid Delia Center. Mr. per acre. Mr. Wylie alto purchased Ttlln,Vro.&f dlfCM.rs.U rlf tr Lida May and Alice Kay, Mr. A li- Charles Blanks drew the chance box the home of Mr. Merihon at a fancy nut. vthri ttriu.Bt f.ild M. J. (OI'UHIIN.Tsfhrl Z rul, HIM II it.kr. Mual'slUI.lMSIclvtil bgn m. i'. him;, ni.ifWt Z Kf . dr4MuihM Vwm'l ner Kay. Mr. and Mrs. Itoyiton Kay of candy the ticket having previous price. riwm aimi, iiaim 1 om er Spring-lie- ) Mr. William Mention, uf Wilbcrt ly been sold at U cents each. Pro and little son. Mesdame Caotalfs. T Ii at tw rto Dullev. Sis Ijiwrence und Myrtle1 cecils will be Used for the improve J. Mrs. Mershun and Messrs Terry of STORMES DRUG STORE. Tali will be the last Hugi.n and Jess ILigan ure spend- scmoi. Warren und little daughter, and Mr. I merit of the school. M"f MARKSBbKY a Stella Mae t.rcw r.is iUteptc m the Bryant wile Hank. Mr nnl turned tho following ad llciker enter guests Sunday. Cunant nnd fam- - Keep Your. Blood Pure f Nature Will Do the Rest nt dctH-ndiiu- Jee ' 1 Hal-com- , run-dow- al ; j ', . i Hli-ht- I"v'" , '' POPULAR EXCURSION SUNDAY, OC;r. 3rd, SlflMIMl 190 WAirSYSTEM -- Jee grand-mothe- CINCINNATI rr isiiUtJ m ... ....... -- pro-grn- m muim NMiy lol afsj Southern Ixcariloi tic The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Sept 30. 1920 con-tmui- FRIDAY OCT 10 O'CLOCK. 8 190 ACHES IN LINCOLN COUNTY SUBDIVIDED. On Black Pike, 1 mile of Moreland, on Q. and C. Railroad, Mrs. Sarah J. Cone has to sell this farm, because of the recent death of her husband she cannot manage the farm alone. Her, sad misfortune will result in a bargain to some one else. This is a dandy farm in every particular; a tractor can be used over every foot of it; fine hemp, corn and tobacco land. Well located, close to the thriving village of Moreland which has goodv market facilities, Graded and High" school, and churches. This farm will be sold in two tracts, one of 60 acres and one of 130 acres, or you may have the privilege of buying all of it. IMPROVEMENTS Beautiful 6 room brick residence, with cellar, 2 halls; stock barn, hemp barn, cribs, spring house and all necessary About 30 acres in corn, balance in meadow, some timothy and grass. EASY TERMS Possession in ten days from date of sale or on January 1, 1921, as the purchaser may desire. PERSONAL PROPERTY. At the same time the following personal property will be sold; one Rood driving horse, one cow, yearling heifer, buggy, saddle and bridle, lot of hay and corn, household and kitchen out-building- s. wn "The philosophy ttiat the nnd thi jury wu ilbcborecd by Judir-lhiviThe Republican League of Nation rfelrH not only It I prnbabl thnt m in rtii tWenU will eer be MnKe a iir Congress, j th peace of th werM now. hut pmr. Th proviston in Ar- IwUVfff pl(ym on Uw nu have If ni i taken in June.) ticle N atfiU estemai agreltn rturntl ta rimrlnnaU an4 tic rlme I: i ' ri I'm ' will have to vol w to nrett th Mnaller natians rriMwi a much a myttry it wa ' Pre. nu: otmpaism mr.-y.i.-- t th bally In allttmlt of th th day In iMMiy af Miaa IhiraMM wa fr ' ' the riereeaity of ilmtff.ntj iitlt nafioit. Vm raa't tad th found nar an af ruek on th . ri in f r th orrirt ree-- mountain! and r1vr a boundary lonely mountain trail two wmIm aeo f ' Vomqtvm IF recent linf- - and try to break up the homoU .KluhKlOft I'Mt. geneity of a ppU and eipect thm ty. DHn'l Mean ti foul it anti-adnirton to be hp pay. Siriior Mifflin i' A who ' ,lall,i i .ii. ' t twfifwrUttff ttar- Ky. "I am in favor of th aae4iatiM trnl t.. ttrnt in "filer to l th prtnrinl of fily III, of i,M I it reached th nadir in Japan, m China, n Turk)-- in Irev iner n rtr:-f" (!ornor ! i. ,r.t " New York Tim. land or an)whrt irrtiis-- i drte up to the II(' tml at the lowvtt ebb Co. ttht'b ul i"Mni ' (fl nf r ii live fi ability known." (iovernor Cox ihwm! mter that by her (wiThm! eo-Im- i n tlie .Scan Iil'I the term of the Covniont ot tne wwi jy tin- i irter. ' dingle hu failed I.eai.tie of Nullum l ''Tli (Article XI Thl, ws.i rarrtit loiiler, r U .tclllgflit 'Uitlpr'llt'rillffl of it i ilccliired to he the frlemllv rinht it III, o itt.-- tb n f Was. t'WTi ktt'lil question nlfcctitlg the of each' member of the Icuui to !hlrM anii-- l In r hi rforui" tier tli,- welfare of our people. live ii liriir to the attention of the nvemb-l- y Htiir Hint bin f rl of liiii'" It hit f.nled with completi-iiiiinl or council any circumstance wl;at-eve- r lllllllllldr. '' SlIUIUcI (illllHT!i. iitfectini! iuternationil reu tiotm That ( ingn-had not only witst-- I ami kooiI between timlentanilinir wvvt prcnoti time while the member mitiom, ami that wlier the For Mor'i i waited for iuch relief a Cniteil State become a membc if I r the lenirur irh Mnr.i.iii legislator couM tin nation mii:ht, In all l ill"! ha dlKiyed n decree of properiet ami L'00,1 feelinir, pleiul wilfu.M itiul M'ltlhiiis which hai Irelaml' caue bfforc the council of ! ntoiiiMii. ami itiilurraved the mi-- the league beyond question." Chrt-' j tion, mm tint ,t'iui' Monitor. No Evidence Found - In the .majority nI t lender r Ui Sim j'f of tin Congress that In Case. to turn the Pri-- ( illnril iiT j r .i' ler c Ky. The Harlan IIAIM.AN', ii d on jui. vn i Monilay, after a wevl.' ailjournment, And to rtime inve.tii;Ntiou of the murand all kinds of League. der of Mi I. urn I'ar.nns, I'ine .Mountain .Settlemei.t School teacher, ' i ri, plme or feature of rKirted to Circuit Judu'e W T Davl tin w i i pi.iii of the League of Nil- - that they hail no further SEE OR PHONE ih . i'i . more explicit than that j evidence that uould unrrant any im1w with the They also reported that people of the earth. He- - they had no further witnce to exu' f ' P,B,Williains&Co ile-Attor-ne- j v League of Nations wa fore amine, and. Commonwealth' ' v iirmittci-J C. Forrester and County AtThat n. I.ancHter, Ky. f..'.r u fourteen print . ple. ' torney .1 I Korre-ieatod to the ipi i (Juick Service Mid (iood Work they ha r.'i further ev, m.i.ng them wa the prin cnurt i .i' t. f j dercc t" nut before the ifrnnd jury i.p . " ! 1 -r 1 , . iri-ciIrt-.iiii) Up-To-Da- te af-fu-- 3 . Parsons . Plumbing, Heating, Guttering, Roofing, ; coun-ifrnt.- il Ireland Repairing, i The . obt-ime- Tin Work v . 'it r ' furniture. For further particulars see the owner at the farm, Mrs. Sarah J. Cone, or W. E. Moss or R. H. Dever at my Danville office, or W. A. Dickerson at my Lancaster offices, or Swinebroad. The Real Estate Man LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. Kirksville Suburban Home , - PAINT 1.1CK Mr The pie nupper at Munt Mhool IStl :io. Mr netted the , ( M t dlt W. It. I'atrlck unj in Lnnra-te- r w eek the Kichmond cemetery. Much Mr. and Mr J. I). Wynn and Mr. in hopntiK Monday. i extended the bereaved .and Mr. W C Wynn tpent Sunday ympathy Mr II. II. Shepherd i in Detroit, lo of their eldet with Mr. Wil.on isomer and family parent In the Mich . for n few day. daughter and one whom every bodyj at Ited IIoum- a vuitor Mr II. J. Chrntnut hnwn by the many loved a wa Mr I. ut her I mh took Mie Mar-Itl,n I.uncater SaturdHy. beautiful tlower given. Carnett and '.ula Calico to llichMr Olvin Peyton and family rpent I'riday .ifteriioon tu pend the .Sumluy with Mr. and Mr. Stark He. Imoiul No Statu of GtorgUn. end with their parent. ter The ecretnry of the tntn.try hnll .Mr. and Mr .Klmer Hunlie mid Margar- I ny In Hie catiltol that lliere I no Mr Murtlia Kly ami Mi two on and Mr. and Mrj Jay llui:li- - reprevnlatlve of !iirgla In the Hall et llliflilamt were ill Umcnter Mon-'ae of Somertet were the guest of Mr. of rnme. Knch Mate limy contrlhiit J. II. Ilurchell and family Sunday. two Mntue of ieceaed rlliten of Mi, S.irnh HutcliKoti of Uichmond Mr. Tho. Peel died Sunday night the Mate, who "for hUtiirlesil renown or for civil or military enlreV ar iitrl Mk Crate Hall Thurad.iy at her home after -- everal week n worthy of nilit. ff drop), llurial took (dace cuililenil by the Mate mirh ciininietiioratlon. Mr. Steve Walker i with her on, Monday afternoon at three o'clock Mr IJ. J. Walker and Mrs. Walker for ' lr W l Carman. tr. II. J. I'at- a vllt rick, Mer U. W. Kutridge and II. I McKcnxie l.v-IjoMajor and Mr. Ihivi returuetl Saturday night from COULD HARDLY were week end i;uet in Win-- i a week llrhing on l(ockcatle river he. ter. STAND ALONE Mr. and Mr. I. A. Ilervey are re Mr Tom I'eytouof jincater vuit-e- d over a little II. J. Chetnut the ceiving congratulation lu ilcr, Mr. laughter who nrrisisl on the J'tr.l t week end. Th little Ml ha been chri'lonc I TsrriUs Sdltrwg FrMn hWsdvt, Mr. Henry llurklnirt of llerea Cob Siiescke, IsclucBe, ud Wssk-M- , i Sallie llurnam. let:e pent the week end with Mr. and Relieved hj Cr4m, Mr Sarah Itucker and daughter. Mr. Ci. W. Noe. Syt Tkis Tens Lady. of the Chatteeti wre guet W. O. Anderon were Mi .Mr. and Mr. former daughter, Mr. (!. M. Tread vuitor at bl brother ne-i- r llerea, on way. while Mr. Treiidway wa attend Contain, Tfx. Mr. Mlnnla Thll Sunday afternoon. ing Conference. pot. of this place, writ: 'Tlrp yer A In rue crowd attended the burial Mie Lucille and Stilla llurnam ga I wai taken with a pain In my l.ouie White at Richmond of Mi ltrldge erved u delightful i If ft tide. It was r!ht under my Thurday afternoon. left rib. It would commence with an Mr. .laine I'. Hotter of Hichmoml o'clotk dinner Saturday evening in achlnc and extend up Into tnjr left and Mr. I.etcr of l.owel were united honor of Mie l!ut!. lo and Nancy ihouldtr and on down Into my back, Cuyn. in marriage Saturday. lly that time the pain would be to Mie Marie, lleulah and Iva Led erer I would hare to take to td. C H- Henry and children of Mr. jincater are the irueU of Mr. ford and Kdna Underwood and Mable and auffe red usually about three day Hall and Mer Mom Todd, Kurl ...I suffered tubs way for three years, Itobett Ward tliU week .McWhorter, William Caldwell nml and (tot to be a tnern skeleton and was upent the I could so .lr. Vlru'inia lleazley Mr. Kmory Itlchard Davl attended II. V. I' V at Waaweak able to gohardly atand alone anywhere and bad not week end with her iter, Itichmond Suudav evening lo let my home work ko.,,1 Buffered McWhorter at jincater. awful with a pain In my back and 1 Mr. W. O. Allderon tell u a he all the time. I Just Mr. and Mr. A. Tt Howling and came to I'.mit l.ick a few day ago, bad waa unable to do a thing. My life children and Mi Mabel Hall were at in front of lr. Patrick retblence lie waa a misery. Bay stomach got la an the movie in llerea Saturday nichl. met a chicken with 11 cigarette In it awful condition, caused from taklna medlciM. I Buffered bo much lie think Dr. Patrick I so much bad Just about Mllr. and Mr. V. I. Howden and mouth, siren up all Kin. I our Kitting auytblnc to help of llerea were Sunday vif teaching hi chicken had habit. ot little noil itom of hi mother, Mr. J. T. Thomp. The many friend of Mi Jele tie. Ono day a Hlrtbday Almanac wat von. Mae Hammock will be orry to learn thrown la mr yard. After reading , he H at the llanvillo hoqiital where Its testimonials I decided to try Dr. W. L Curmun lit hero for u vi-oud am ao thankful that I to friend, lie u nlwayk a welcome he wu taken hut Friday morning, for I began to Improvo when oa did, the viiitor here where lie rckided for o uml wa operated on for appendlcltU. second bottle... I am now a well he U doing nicely. Her woman and feeling fine and th cure At preaent loiitr. baa been permanent for It a a been friend here hope for her a pedy Mi Minerva Spurlock ha return, two rear alaca air awful hai health. Her mother (i with her. I will alwsye praise and rarwsiwead ed to l.exlntfton after a vuit of irver-a- l B TI Mi l.ouie White, aged 13 year, OareM. Try Cartful twsajr. day to her litter, Mr. U. M. llur y tit-li- e 1 ii it Car-Jul- Tis seldom that wc.are able to offer you a chance equal to this one. Situated between the viliAge of Kirksville, Ky., and Round Hill, Ky, on the Kirksville and gentucky River turndied Tuexlay night .t the (ifbon In pike, known as the John W. Turner property to be offered for sale to the highest and best illne Wynn and Mr rirmary ater a two week and Mr W . Treadway attended the Metho. Funeral service were conducted at bidder, on . onfeience held at Aui;uta lnt the home of her aunt. Mr. J, A Kid dell after which interment took place Saturday, October 9, AT TEN O'CLOCK, A. M. KIRKSVILLE HIGH SCHOOL. one-fourt- Kirksville, is a town of about 500 people, has a bank, general stores, drug store, Ledge Hall, Garage, Meat Shop, Blacksmith Shop and a live progressive town, just one mile North of Kirksville (most of space between these towns built up in homes) is the town of Round Hill, a thriving little village that can bonst of nearly as many inhabitants as Kirksville. has its blacksmith shop, Garage, three general stores, grist mill. About half way between these towns and within mile of the property we is the Kirksville High school, said school is accredited and gives a child a 12th grade education without costing the parent or property owner any tax excepting the regular county school tax. A handsome brick structure that is a credit to any community. This neighborhood is noted throughout Madison County for its high morals and a hunger among its citizenship to build and mold into the minds of its children a desire for higher and better things, a rcnl place to rear and educate your children. h are going to offer, ACREAGE AND SOIL only 34 acres of this dandy little farm, and this of good land e oil which is noted for its wonderful produca good portion being of that high type tion and hiph priced burley tobacco. sand-ston- SUBDIVISION There are many people who would like to own this home, but who feel that it is too large for their pocket books, so I am going to divide this place into three or four small tracts to permit you to get just the number of r.rres you want. IMPROVEMENTS. A modern 6 room cottage house, nearly new, with a pretty front yard, young shade trees growing and in all just a pretty place. A four acre tobacco barn with galvanized roof and nearly new. Fencing is of the best and all nearly new, If you want a good place to live, whera you can make EASY money and where your wife will always wear a smile and greet you pleasantly when you come about, and where your children can get the real life and receive education without your being put to any additional expense, I have the place. We will be glad to take all interested parties over the land before the sale and will be glad to cut off any piece or part of this farm and offer separately if you are interested and will see John W. Turner at Kirksville, Ky., or R. G. PAINT LICK, KENTUCKY. Woods r of amunition and guns. The Central Record, Lancaster. Ky. Thursday, Sept 30 1920. ELECTION OFFICERS Sixty-eight , Eversole. .Mr. t HUNTING SEASON Is now on and we are i Named Toj Serve At November Election eit nnd only daughter of Mr. It. U Harker, of Hryantuville, died at her' home in Madmm county last Friday She wn afternoon of nepticemia. iara Harker hverole, young-- , mnrried about one year leave .Mt. ago. and a baby live day old. She wan :!l year of age ami a member of the KXTKA QUALITY SEED WHEAT, SEED BARLEY SEED RYE Car Famous ROSKN RYK H The tinrrnrd county Kbrtlon I'ihii-- i iniiinner have completed their work to' of naming the election officer nerve at the November election. have Since eight new precinct been nl.lcl, the total number now requited is sixtyehiht. which are .i fob low : f PKKCISCT NO. I Howie White Sweet Clover, Clover, W It Mos Judge, VI l.non. Judge Timothy Seed. T M rnohl. Jr. Sherltr II V Ibutiii. Clerk. Norris. Nil. 2 Witter Vork. I'KKCINCT Lime, Sand, Cement, Rock, Common aged "s year, .Mr. Hcttie It II. HatMin, Judge ;.miI Into the Crctl Heond at the, and Pressed Rrick. W S Carrier. Judge Mr. Albert home of her daughter, II It Cox. Sheriff Genuine Kanwh Salt Ware on Danville street. 'at Friday t) K Carpenter. C erk Beit for Curing Meat. PKKt INCT NO. 3 Cllherta Creek. afternoon, her dent!' beiiiK attributed to the iarirmitie incident to old age J W Sander. Jildg For Hoirs, Feed. Mrs. Norri i a good, ehntian .1 Judge. M woman, being a member f the Chri New Rale Ties. M Craig. Sheriff tinn church, putting her tnit lit her S ll.ifcldeii. Clerk Savior, when .Ultc a yutirn; woman Kail Lick I'KKCINCT NO. tw She M MirMXed ! daughter. Doty, Judge. !c .Mr. Albert Ware, of thr elt. Mr Lent Tenter, Judge LIVE AND In. I Katie Kemp, of Connervtlle. V K l.eavell. She. iff. and two on. Kice Norrm of l'nr 26. Miiik .Morgan, Clerk. I I'KKCINCT NO. IW llmi.o. Ky., and Tom Norrt of Connervi!lc Ind. She Ieae. one .Mr. Mter, W V (iatinenu. Judge, Clani White of lndlauHMU, and Mr M Meadow. Jtu'ge, He makes many slips comWltttam Wmnl. if lluetri Vista, t)n II. liw.on. Sheriff The ' mits many imlNm'tions hits eounty. M Crictlli, Clerk. $14,000 L50 Sunud WooWly. Service were cotnluctisl the high spots as lie rushes I'KKCINCT NO, ! Sugar Creek. 'ie V l.evi' gton O tidier Mh. PayabU ia Advaac. day afternoon by Kev. K. H. Hour-kinthrough life. A Heailey, Judge. Kriitutk t .itiintj ($1 1 mini the r interment following in the J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. i'tit his reputation does not Luther l'.tney. Judge. Irawing t.inl for fiat tl s r"i"ie cemetery. P.. L .ELKIN, Local Editor and Mr. suffer er he earns another in- Ah Arnold, Sheriff. to be one of the gentet r.v r Cb-rK lickeron. CINCINNATI, OHIO wittieis; for it I ill " to a linih. He becomes a man of Lan- stead. Entered at the Post Office in I'KKCINCT NO. 7 Mnrksbury. and rrturn vin of the ear f'1?' the only 't in reft Mall the world, and i considered a Kobert Fox, Judge, caster, Ky., ni Second-Cla- s We are .leeply grateful for the colt of that. age (which rnenn I.. tht Matter. live wire. I Tom Hick,. Judge, a. - ill $3.15 L. ft N. $3.15 " ln'" K" ! ,.f kin.ln..., hnwn ... ,lur i.i v,r m.nv Society beams, he yawns. N. J. (iney. Sheriff ih A"1 ",.m,,rt ng ,ng toe .11 and after the , Luctstcr, Ky.. Sptewhtr 30. 1920 N. T. Crow, Clerk tH Mr" H land God frowns. SUNDAY.'.OCT. 10. 1920 aay of our .lear mother b our I'KKCINCT NO. s UrynntsvittV Such, also, is the way of the (.. A Howling, Judge, friend and neighbor and take thi AaiocUtlon Kentucky Prt Voltage l':lM'.i. the triw that rlnihel Special train will leave mean of thanking all world for men M.. returning will leave Ith Herbert Folger, Judge, one. luo, three, ih that difpentte rare 5:2'J A. Mr and ir Albert Ware Fofi Atl.rrlionr Rrpfnnuri (for 4 .'..(HUM at Cnlumlm hut Tue-.fu- . St. Station Cincinnati r.;30 P. M. The time conies when a new Walter Unold. Sheriff, JHF. AMKHICAN PRESS jQOATIOJI. For further information een Noah Mnrce. Jr., Clerk but r Dayttar i Oifi, Creat town board must be chosen. I'KKCINCT NO. J Huena Vista.. Girl Dies lirittain I.urde Harveter ult local Ticket Agent. Rate For Political Anaouacaataata. Mr. X. is a worthy citizen, a I.. II Hruner, Judge, 2 0H'. Natalie the Creat 2:0!,. tor Precinct and City Officei $6.00 business man, enjoying the re- W J llroadu, Judge, neceary Illness. Signal Peter 2 0"l. Kmma llarven-te- r No Algernon, it notyour 10.00 For County Offices traw earing to npnlogile far spect and confidence of the en- .Mark Jennings, Sheriff, 2 On. Mm Kllen Todd. C2 I0 for State and District Officei.-15.0- 0 Kdna I.ouie White fell aleep late on a half mile It I). Me.Murtry. Clerk. hat Into the cled nea'on. It tire community. trarkl ami San .10 or Calls, per line.. I'KKCINCT NO 10 Hourne. Tueda evening a' i. local hopitnl. a frequent winner amongit incon.'derate of the eaon to clo.e Hecause of his popularity and Kd Crow. Judge, .10 cr Cards, per line She wa the tdolizeil aged neeil 12 vear hore on the hi.lf 'Hile track. We jmt knew the women of tbl his well known integrity he is It. L. Harker, Jinlge, Tor all publications in the inter.laughter of Mr and Mr. I And there are other; but the iibove country were rndnwrd with Lick, and had been III est of individual! or expresWhite, of Paint elected to membership on the .M. O. Kennedy. Sheriff. look the het and are i.lm.wt certain coming modety a well a good sion of individual views, per only two week of perltoniti. She to make the lield. Virgil Scott. Clerk. board. ene Not a tingle one hat hlfd line wan allowed to tay but a little while, Huekeyo I'KKCINCT NO. II Many town improvements -e her millinery Into the prei.lentlal Obituaries, per line it eenn. to teach the Ieon of love, Wm. Stott. Judge. Big Races. needed, but available funds J. !!. Spark, Judge. are ring for the election four yer and devotion, and her uneltihnei are low and only a few can be John M. Anion, Sheriff. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. .Monday, October Ith, will be a big hence. miinn on earth w done I'erhap no one ever receive.1 mure oi coimihih day in Lexington, and many eople made in the immediate future. Clyde Sander!), Clerk PrtiUat. Mr. X. is mindful of his oath I'KKCINCT NO. Il' Teatcmille. affection and unfa ling tenderne. from all part of the country and JAMES M. COX, Judge, than he did. and her going away Canada will be there for the opening 48th ANNUAL MEETING of office, which requires that in Flute Turner, Judge K. A. Carey, of Ohio. leave an aching void of Kentucky' Creat Trot. On that his official acts he must consid K. It. Kay. Sheriff She wa u fnvotlte in her ehHl day The Futunt) 17.000 pron Vic President TO er the welfare of the people as A. T Sander. Clerk. and in the eommunty, and the nlol be the grealeit rae- - .if the sear fcr D. ROOSEVELT, FRANKLIN any I'KKCINCT NO. lit Walker School of her fond parent .nd tw ler two whole, and not those of (J) for ltoe Scott of New York. .May the and a bnt of reb'tivon. Inure particular class or faction. 2.004. eloti lltllon 2.071,. Hogn thought of her perfect peace and hiNi 2 0. Favonian 2.0, Jane V! . United States Senator He studies the situation I. C Chance. Judge. Vafety comfort the ieart of tbar m Itelvue. Martha T.. Mit Kh.x'andir T 1' King. Judge J. C. W. BECKHAM, carefully and is convinced that Forest ftnger tueh- - ami othrr. all winner thi veur v Cd leeply grievwl Ko. Sheriff of Frankfort, Ky. a certain improvement is of irgil ed her and he lept. whit they who Uirt. l lerk Conire ts more vital importance to me lov.xl her watched and wept I'KKCINCT NO. ll-l'- aint Uck. On the m tia m the nut- fur tl J. RALPH GILBERT. I). Wynn, Judge Funeral lervie.- - were heW at the Walnut Hall I'lip i flt.ilOtM IVter public than any of the others Stakes Of Sholbyvilk. iKime of her auHt. Mr. J. A. KMdell. Mnnn n. Peter Co'e, Kmir K. L. Wood, Judge. that are desired. on Wotxlland avenu, Thursday after- A. J. Koger. ToUe the fotr hif wn-u- r Tho $21,000 FUTURITY ., He advocates that improve K. II. I.edford.Sheriff. Interment in the on the Craml Circuit will have to g Clerk iihhii at 't o'clock , ., . a kiii.. A little cniui is uorn , v Tie $5,000 TRANSYLVANIA Kielmiond cemcter) -- Klrhmond Keg- uu rfgaint .Millie Irwin. I'eter June I'KKCINCT NO 15 Mumu. It lives, and jrrows, and k'oes people are importuning him J. II. Wood, Ju.Ikc. V. I'ter. Cornd. Ilovoln, Itiirnne , Coch Tho $3,000 CASTLETON to school, and in tint" becomes daily to favor improvements M. C. Ward, Judge I ato, ant Walnut Friro. all wnin-r-ETC.. ETC. ' proiahl a beautiful yountf lady who in the immediate vicinity of Wood Walker, Sheriff. . f lie l.ucile Hingen. mi.THE WORLB't BEST W. W. Went, Clerk. looks wood to the eyes of men. their own homes. fatet trottvrt in Vinerii-- t' l,i-TROTTERS AND PACERS In the Cumberland iJ.UUOl - I.awon School I'KKCINCT NO. )ninte.l f.r ;'i . rae She is a wood irl, pure in His action is condemned by Kbb Scott, Judge, H.cer at l.exmieton Ortober rt. thenthought and act, but richly en- the disappointed ones, and he K. C. Ilmmnnck, Judge, nun rune won are nineteen dowed with the lire of youth is roundly denounced as a man Jack Kdward, Sheriff, mri't thi year, amonv them Mar DC DC IMUvt Dillon i.t'l1.. Syiulml S. For and life. of ulterior motives and one S. I. llHird. Clerk. it J:tn', . I'eter Look ZUlt, m NO. She is admired, petted, prais- who plays favorites in public I'KKCINCT . Juno 2:02., I'rm us.ry Karl It. C Hoain, Judge. ed and courted by men and affairs. ce Mar .' ():,. Fiim Karly IM t't S. .M ICohitiitm. Judge, envied by women. and Wilhngt..n llrift Hatch The erstwhile highly respect .Melvin Stinnett, Sheriff. track. If she is wise ami circum- ed citizen becomes a victim of I). M. Carter. Clerk 2:0 1', on a half-milspect a Soloinan in petticoats his own conscience and his tie through life sire to do riirht. she may u Hut it is only the way oi the without blemish in the eyes of Mr. John Fnrbe. whJi i the cham i Two faiinhe were hlewd w.t'i world for public officials. (ion weet peiwr producer in the nrrnal of baby "irU thw wek the world. tato brought to th- office ome of .Mr. Dave llertev of Paint I A bomb is carted into a pub Hut if she makes one slip the tinet rpccinien we ever aw. he h the pruttiet one ever commits even one small indis- lie nlace ami explodes THE NAME TELLS A TKUE STORY. ran prove it b comitvHt JUUg '. Hundreds ol peopf. are Kill cretion though the act may ed or maimed lor lite inno Pie Supper. but Jame II. Ilrvwn take' Imuc witn be innocence itself, her repu- cent persons against whom tin There will be i pie upper at Syca him and ck.imi he ban Dave beaten tation is in the balance, with perpetrators eoull nave no more chool houe next Saturday However thy aru both proud and the chances ten to one it will be possible grievance. mgid for the benefit of the ichool. happy father and we extend hearts Kvurvbnuv is norrincu int1 Wo Muted at week thrt it wa to congratulation. WITH GRASS SEEDER. ripped to tatters news have been on Friday nigwl which was Such is the wav of the womi public becomes excited oaoers l sh ill) volumes oi tie u inlitnke. Religious Census. for women. headquarters for all kinds . Hebron llaptlut church. The re. main were brought there lal Satur lay where the Interment took place, the nerviee being: conducted by Kev Skagg. tcide her huhand and father he i urvived by three brotnow a .Mher, Naae Harker, who S NSvy ami stationed arine in the'l Creek. in the Phihpinc. and two oungcr brother l.ee and Kverette Ckiy of thi county. j Just In. MALLARD'S OBKLISK The Hlue Ribbon Premium Flour. Rallartls Mian, Kentucky Farm Feed. Crimion -- Conn "LIVE Brothers. FOLKS." Tankage -- LET . Hudson LJIJ E IE Farnau Telephone 8b Central Record ht The Futurity I.an-ratc- LAST EXCURSION Card Of Thanks. "fr Mt.-nbe- r Bright Little After Short '. -- ...... An-dte- N The OCT. 4 16 enr-idt- , 1 gEXIHGTOH ', i ... ' - 80,000 and Purses e , ,,,, The Great Pacers. nre - l- fr ! bi-e- v 2.0,, SUPERIOR Large Peppers. - Happy Fathers. WHEAT DRILLS t Eight Disk 8 inch '$100.00 tails man hunters scour the a country in frantic haste every bodv tells everybody else what boy. should or should not be done It, too, develops into one of and in a week s time the whole life and spirits, and pursues the thing is buried in forgetfulness way of most boys who travel in the face of a new sensation. The arm of the law is long, the road to mall's estate. boyhood to manhood but if those who wield it are From sighted it avails but litthere are many pitfalls for the short the end. tle in unwary, into some of which he Forgetfulness induces short sighted ness short sightedness falls . There is a certain charm to is the father of undue leniency and leniency to perpetrators pitfalls these illicit these invites repetitions of such diapleasures which induces him bolical acts. to continue along the forbidden Hut it's only the way of the world or of this country. road. Another child is born Postponed. w'a The Sunday School Social which announced for next Friday even ing at the ChrUtian Church ban been post poind on account of the home-taleplay which will be given at the School Huilding on Friday evening by the local pot uf the American Legion. Initlnct ct Shcip Dog. The Atiliallan hcep dK nre Ik mallct In ii.e in Do world, but lira quirk ami Ihel). One dog ruti do tli work of Imlf ii doieu ineii; In inaiiy Instance u iU'i Is tuiierlor to U) human Sock being , "lure theru uf kheep to watclu nro tart Some time within the next few weeki a Iteligiou Ceniu uf I.anca. ter and community will b taken The different churche of the town The object will unite "in tin work. of the ccnu It not to muddle or ! into any one'i private affair but to auertain the rellgioui affiliation and Church and Sunday School :.ef-enc- e of all the people of the 'our and community. It I felt tha' no1 one will object to giving the inforinformation Thi mation aiked. when gathered will be clai'ificd and uied by the different miniiter and church worker in carrying on the1 full work of their respective churchci ScluoU and Fertilizer and Plain Drills All sizes in stock SPECIAL-Slight- ly dam- aged wheat drill, has sown 50 acres--$75.00. HASELDEN DC DC RBOS The Central Record. Lancaster Ky. Thursday, Sept 30, 1920. WE ARE STILL TRIMMING OUR PRICES AND NOT OUR BUT LITTLK RENT TO PAY. CUSTOMERS i .Mr Kwlne St'tlU, tin- - was in week. city for 11 of Louisville, pnndcnt from llrndhnw Mill, and r ' few i! last extend to her our wihc for n long Mr of un.illoyfil hnppin". Sider Mill, Manure Spreader, Silo Filler, 1 Horse Wheat Drill, Ice Cream Freezer, Buggies and Harness Cheap. J. R. Mis Vlrgfe Bourne l visiting Mr. mill Mr. Kwing Stulu In Louisville tln week. .Mis ( A Delightful Occasion. The ian l miM-tint- r m Special Opening FOK THE KIDDIES Corrte .Miller left Sunday for a visit to her Wct Virginia. MIm Tekbi ltcr in Chnrlctnn, I MOUNT The &l CO. been i in (ihcnieder who hn tMrnlt for scvcrel months, I vhstting friend in Lancaster. with tin-- local Presbyteronirreuiitlon proved t i lie h wii expeetiil, a very helpful oeraion. The proVriuu for Saturday evening and .Sunday wiih rnrried out a wn announced in lnt week Kime of the lri'il)ti'ry of thi Tranlviinln m Friday, October 1st Each child buylnrf a hat on that dey will be given a Doll. Come early and (let your hat and Doll. Central Itecord. i. FIELD FENCK AND BARB WIRE. Mi O Deal House. (icorgui Johnson ha returned vmt to rc'a'ivc in Stanford. Gossip About e People CammO Hi ill MtKlmn el lh Vuin(i tiyThott Vit Alt InlfrttlfJ A iwl 1.x. from ii Haywood .of Fuller. Kiti mill Mm It.ditli lllggin of .Sonicrsct. are irtie! of Mr. ami Mr. I C. King. Mr Knhcrl Burr aide anil da ugh Mi Jwsophine, were Clnein Mad hist week Mm. HliriMfclo gtstng tM SC.' a Sp.'fMtlMt. Mr. Charlie Irr. Mr ;in .Mi 1 Mr J n K M'-- ic were ha returH.il t her Miirilio Lorn left this week home in Kitk.ville, a'ter u very plean. ant vwdt to Ml. Thitthw lliiBrtltnn. Sullens College at Bristol, (in. on KMiiuoiid utreet Mr. Kinit attend! the alMay Mle Mamie S'.nrmr Phiih and "wcting held t Ore Danville Bapttt I'ado llourne hae retiunvd friiirt a church h.sl week. llrtidley Itoarn and Mr. VMit to Mr .Mr. Mario Hopper Powrilnctou, of llMtrne of Ventillte. CampbchVlnirg v.itiHi: her ittor, Huntley MUs Jane Hopper. Mr. and Mr. llrntihHm The whw4 audlturriim a the ami children of Sun Anyelo, Texal, trtmi Cunatkiy oven-ni- : of a htmuuful .Mr. ami Mr. W. A Piinsnu Iwve are uueot of Mr. ami Mra. I.uther reremiHiy wliim Mr. Tain Thumli utm ttrcii recent visitors of Mr. and Mr. litld, on l.i'itii;tHH avenue. married tn Mi l.ily I'utian Miditet. Rank llntlttt in Danville. A tarwe and repreei.tatir Knthtrini; Mr hihI Mr. A. ! Ilmdanaw ami .Mr V II .Ms Sr. .mil grand-sof interitrd friend and relative ) Klnora Jane, left William ami Jnme llnilcv. tuw been little ituimhter, vitHiiHi: ihv virvico. An elfeclive for Sroitl4iite. Illlnon. to Ml recent visitor in arrangement .if frrn and irwklen id M.n llrent. their NtrenU. Mi were about the tar". Several iik .Mr and Mr. I). C Klwote f Ak aein-IiNhI- . Mr. ami Mr. Wil" nirir and two were tendered ni the nui- -t run, ()Iih. are isiit of Mr. ami Mr Mr. (luy erved little daughter l.eota ami Marie, Mr. J W KtmtHf mm Ia n viltr roail. a the accoinpiHlt of the and Mr Will Ktnlirv ami little daugh Mta Nellie MorrtHii KtuwHy hi ter. Huth. prnt SuniiHt afternoon The ""nir win Kven entirely by the children ef the city, ben vicunc her uncle and aunt, Mr ith Mr and Mr. Tom Yanti. and about .evenly Hve of the little inl Mra J I llulehiiik. in lanille Mr. win nice AiroH le't .sntunlay iook mri- wan rnin allalr Miaa Matte , recen' visitor DmiiviI e fr , Dr. Catilield pole with hi untul Mr. John Uiinn of Fort Pierce, Kin, i in tin it y for ii few dn) viiiting power mid wn greatly apprecin'ed by alf who heard him. hi mother. Mrs. V. A. Price. .Sunday morning, Cunimuniou .Sit .Mr. and Mr- -. .1. W. Hill mi.l Mr. T. vice after a very appropriate ermoii (I. Hill have ju.t returned form a ly Itw. I.. II. Hnrt wa delightfully it to Mr. Thmn lll!l. Jr.. at MmIohi, imprise. I'hIwmi. On Sunday afternoon Mi" K ,al tie ( heck llMrliUmn. l. Mi Mjir Mr. Harry AndcrwiH, who ha been and Mr- - J. y. A. Mil"Well. e;uh sick at hi hame an .Mafdi' tuite poke in vrry eonvincity and nup.r avenue, hi rofwtrtf.1 tmiv better inir hort mciriiK(m of tne W'oniiTi' thin morning. ami Youiik IVopfe in I'rexli Ml. U' II MiyilxmuK k.i.UuJ tTjf and ehurrh at larire ami baby, uf Bucihi itn, have been The I'lonini: lecture h llr ( l.eck visiting her Jtir. Mr. Jmhic Turk- - win nn. of eapeeinl interrt to the Mf"' Mr- Tucker and fnwily on j very larin audience pre KWihwmI treut fter a .hort liimtn n adjounu l t.i ! ce f u ..r n (ireer-h.iri- t htirch T''i'-7th- . . . M(t . .' ., , ,.. n. iim - vuwirii rthuhi iiir ini irroi a! i I' M. ami i with Mr. I) HuhVy on I inn ville avenue until her irenU move to the Walker rrMnce oh the road which they rwrntly Hir- , haiHi. i. MINNIE BROWN SWINEBROAD, The Hoal Kstnto Man's October Dates Of Auction Sales. 1,2 TUESDAY. OCTOBER 5th Aire for.) T l.yen, Mercer county, 1 .., ,.m. . l!icli-mon- ti Hrt-lit- l.uillr rl lHvitn "w.-ildini- ;' ' Mrs- - KiU .rlrii. Dunvitle. n na llttlttetaw. been viutiiik' .Mr. Jlarry ha teturti.il to her home '!'homH4n ! iin j Ma.achueti. llahJk;) l,.T Intitute of Tech mi' Club and a hirce and plea.mj: , aermHinieii audience wa present Little Mi ,. HgUtu ... cnplntiut l.v ..u.il..r Willie Alli'iie Itnilm timil.. n l.,u.i.iir..l f I Mr and Mr. II. S. WilUam. l.iHiMville, were the t;uct Sunday Mr. and Mr. II. C llaitey. on l.ex-.iii;- itreet. Mi Charlotte I'ollltt, of London, with Mr. Weiley pent the week-eniMckcrion ami M.i pie avenue. Mr. Mao llckcron and the Ida Itauthmnn in Hanx.hV. She akio at- the wrilen party Biven li Mr J I. Ilutler ml Mr. Jidin on CheMntit at the Country Club. teiidi-d ' A. A tan. hride and Master Italtih l!av Curti of. Mr. J. him a hiimUoine u'rootu. Manter J. of. .Mi Juan Mmint ku returMiil T. I'ollard took part a minister. The from a pleaant vwit to Mr. John follow me were attfiulanU; maid of tn i iiini riHn nuni anil Howard and I roncc. and Mr .,,i lm ,...:..i.i . .. ltounie have ben Holtaclaw of Kanville and Mr im. . , ,,, .,., ,. '. Lou Klbt DtMtlin at W Tjc ' of Mi Mol.erle and dauthter. Mabel.1 Vi rh liriili, u .pent Sunday with Mr and Mr .1 J Mo,(;r j,,,,,, Mr ...MH.ii ami .ir. ami Jii.per of ,h, bri(,. W) y velyn Christopher, Mr II. .in! m c r and Mr. (orKe Otand-mothc- r of bride, l.ucy llaten Wrutht, have retiirnrd from Hay '"",mtrnnd father of bride, Marvin Nlew. Mich , where they tpent the Til, f.kllj.l. luil tlr.M.'.lt.. te.u..l. ... .iniincr month. ten.le.1 the Tna.vl.nnu Pr...l.el.,rv "rrl, Kran.i iHtrier 01 groom, hnima Hagiin and grand father, Itobcrt ll.it Mir Kthi .. ih., attractive, K. II. .viae iti, honor. .MIm .Marjory McWhorter; be.t man, Jarne Hiirwm Scale; rmir bwirer. Myrtle Tucker; (lower Kirl. Marjory llantin and .Marjory Itray- held; bridesmaid m.i,. . ...ti. . ilih .l.irjor Ware Spindle, Ilobh) htttfle ,,.. ; jlrittie ,, .ir. hr lHlr lenn, ..II..... - - r if '" Cheek. Mm. S. M. llarbi..H. Dr. .1. . ""'"K A. McDowell. Dr. W. A. Canticld and'""V"""" Pavidaon, dcorgctl'i Walker, Kvelyn Dr M M. Allen. Tucker, Nancy Thomas Lear, (ilen .Mrs Thomas, w)h ha been visiting (ioidon DaMilson nn I.................... t Tl,.. ......... ....I. Rll old mni,l. . .. .. .11 llll'imi . .. ner i atigHter, .vir. iturry a. ' .! itiiiisoii ana the birth of Rev. ( lareace Strnther. iVmnn. lu.k.tr, .ilary hllcn William Jicv Hudson, on Maple .1 venue, ha hoelm W illiani pa. lor of the llaptxt Church, was ' nig a tno. returned to her home m Springlield. celehrated with a stirprtse arty hy a, gntherini; .f h memheri .Mr and Mr. Strother .ind ilatigh. ir. (.f ('ampbellslii;rg, have been itiurntay evening. A large number Miaa I'auhnt' linker of lower t!ar Itev. Clarence of lueful gift wer receiv.il. Wat rord. and Mr. Ciurles IVynter, stir gnosis of their sui Struther ami .Mrs. Slrothcr on Rich, cr nielhii wa serve I to the nm"J pns.il thetr many friend last Tucs- gtiot!i.. May this splendid young man .olid street. day. .SepL I Ith. by itoine to Linens, live lo enjoy ninny more of those mi- ler. to the home of Rev. Clarence .Mrs Leltie Ware nud son, Mr. py events, w the wih of hi numer- Strnther where they were muted in Kichard Ware, of llopkltHiv ille. are oil friends. inntriMge. tvpe. ted for a vii to .Mrs. Ware's Ml ,,fll'r prott and at- Mrs. Ilr.idev lUurne ituve u do-It. K Mclloberta and liaughter, .Mr. daughter of Mr. and Mrs hghtful card iwrty .Saturday after-Mr M. Roberta on Danville stieet. noon at her liatuUmue linn... i....r V..r. " Hnm Baker of Jtiils.in. ii nd Mr t. ii..,i. I iiiL,. Ciklu i.,l Mi., sail in. The iiartv i.n. v.v.u. i i nter is to lie ciiHgmlulaleil on KllziiiMth l.il.b have mvita. huuor of the Knuiwi Delta Sor.intv of winniwir such an ideal hf comtmiiioii Mr. Tovnti r imi ptosp-ro- ti young The h)me wa t ii ii tu a reception Krultiy afternoon State University t'liitatj.. Mm Brail, hciiutifully ilecorat.il in .lower and farmer of Hulgeulle where the hap .i invet their lmiie will reule until January rority color mid th same col-of S.- i- Angrlo. Toxin. am lteail and Mrs D. C Klmore. of Akron (I. r wre carried oil! tn the ten. eak. v",, ln urmiMo narents. llieir niliii and mint that were served. About ,'r"lM friend wish them a long liappy Mr. and Mr. W. It. Burton, who thirt meniliem v.ere present mii.I ,"'- have heeii spending several week at among the young ladies rk.. Imve leiurned were .Miss Minnie Stormes Dunn. Hot Spr.ngs. Tie uuitu fneim of Mr Bur Mis Carrie Relic Romans and .Mis' The marriage of Mi Linda .Sal. luinc n nr giai t " new lie rta greatly Hudo llourne it w,i a mot enjoy- - dels and Mr. William Sutton liny. nine iiitair ,'nprtve i in m. a,t uur nr ins 'i.opular oung people of BradsMaw Mill. I IIIIIIOIIIU'eiL he wedding, which wa a quiet ulHnr, took place in the home of Rev. I -. i Mr. and Mr. Crantield and little laughter ure spendinu n month in IjhichUt Mr. Cranlleld i engaced liiiine here. here Waggqner. llr. K. J Cheek and .Mr. n,.....i Kin.iii wrrr ,.""'. " a. .11 "rvin '"""i . nio present, in ur Democratic ! 1 detii Baker Poy nter s. I'lke. u.. AY, OCTOBER tilh 'j Imi airit (or .1 C Morgiin, (iarrard (.(..lllt.N Kiclilliuli I p'ke. OCTOBER THURSDAY. 7lh StJ aire for M. K Kline. Jelftroii cir.tj Shelb.W'lle pike. UMI FRIDAY, Hth OCTOBER acres for Mrs Sarah .1. Cone, Lincoln County, Ill.u k pike Mear Moreland. ll.i I Tt.im Tie Ihuttiville Ita-- e SATURDAY. OCTOBER 9lh Jill jHirneye. to llryantxvillc Sunday llourbou iifternoon and defe'ted the boy of ik re for Newton lltWioti. :'- - nide Paris diickstown the lower end b) the norc .f 1! to 0 ' m,1, p kc Thiii Has one .if the luirdt t fought" . Iwltlen ever phiv.il by either team1 . . . TUESDAY. OCTOBER 12th li.VJ r.,. (. IllU'Cll. acres for I' ( 110 Weyenhurg. Henry and proved t. In- - a ititcmrs from the pike, county, Knnnerice and llrt in the ninth inning. The pitching of Bryan (!ntineau Suni'Hy morning Oct. Mrd. the WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER I3lh for the llyatttville nine proved most C. npton and Civen revival service Two farm IOC. icr and I Hit acres ex.ititiif. thi la I ha pitched four- beifin .it the Lancaster Bnptit for T W Buchanan, near Campbell-ChurcHex. Theodore N. I Jinpton villi. Taylor Count) .mil hn won teen game th I) D of Vladisonville, Ky. will be the thirteen if them THURSDAY, OCTOBER Uth He 101 acres for It. B. Wilson and Ss stieaker .ii all of these services. a nrtarhrr f unuual abiltiy, and a. res for A. II. Keltner. Tnvlnr num. th e type of man who will appeal to . Kr.,.mi.ip everyone ot all denominations. Kd- OCTOBER FRIDAY. 5th Id win T. C.iven. of Princeton Ky., will acre for Collins and Willock ami (1! (iovernor Cox wil' make two trip have charge of the singing. He comacre for C .M. Durham, Taylssr couninto Kentucky dun: g hi citmuigti. es to us well recommended and we CnmbpelNville. Ill tirvt venture into the state will he are confident that he will make the ty, near SATURDAY. OCTOBER 16th song service attractive to all. on October Liter in the month (iovernor Cox will make another trip The Sunday night service will be- HOO ncres for W. II. .McRay. Anderto Kentucky in order to addres the gin promptly at 7:."lll nt the Baptit son county, (ilensboro pike. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 19th wurker at Ashland and t'ntlettshurg. Church. Announcements will then The Democratic ennd:.iate opens be made relative to the service for Residence property, tobacco warethe week. We invite all who will, to house. Flour Mill, Lots' and Business, hi Kentucky speaking at Klizaheth-towat l':iiil o'clock on the morning join us in nny. or all of thee services. houses for L. A. Collin in Lebanon, of October 7th. Bowlini (ireen vot- We hope this revival will not only j .Marion county, er will hear him at 'J :00 o'clock that build up the local Baptist church, but WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 20lh afternoon, and he jumps over to every church in our tow n and county. ..'70 acre for D. P. Russell. Taylor Nashville for a peech that night. and we l.elieve that it will if y.m will county, Robinson creek pike. He leaves Nichville Immediately af- cooperate with us. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 21.1 C. D. Strnther. ter tin speaking to peak at I'nducah acre for I). V Sani.ers, Tnylor at 10 (10 o'clock on the morning of county, near Salem Church. When peonle laugh at what you Oi.olnr th. Krom I'.idticah Cox OTHKRSTO FOLLOW. say. it ' a Joke. But when they will jump right into LouiviIle for a .See advertisement"; for description laugh .it u. ,ou are the Mike. monster meeting in the Kentucky (let in touch with "Ral EslaU metropolis that night. Wherever thf HcadquarUrs", office at Danville tiain stop long enough for a rear and Lancaster. end appearance (Iovernor Cox will The I'nion elected the same otficers address audience on the trip from With one exception. Mr. Sam Cotton I'aducah to Louisville. wa elected to till Mr Palnieter' The bincaster foot ball team will place a recording secretary. City Tho State Convention meet at lock horn with the Junction team on the local grounds tomorrow Henderson. October I to I. nfternoon. Local people should turn In tliu nbenc of Mr. Higgin-bit'ia.Mrs Kmnalrd will receive out enmasse and give our boy loud The Republican are raising a great toe i.ues. which is only $1 per year, and long cheering. howl about the number of (levern-me- t rrebter i . Hyattsville Defeats Bryantsville. J REVIVAL SER VICES I"aj)tlSt -- At ean h. . 1 Governor Cox In State Two Days. i ,;,. 1 1 1 n W. C. T. U Notes. Foot Ball. Extravagance. nt j ! 1 1 'r",'''t' i iunl , ' 1 '' '"de ' Sander Ray. employee the Democrats have mt into service. The Democratic a. In.' tra'i n say the Republican (and wc believe the charge N true), emp'oy (!,700 men ill the Custom Strv ice Thee men prevent smuggling and enforce iiunrnntine rei;ulntions, protect the uf thi country from contn re giou iiica.s from' abroad ,ir.. vent person from defraying the (iovernment. The Treasury also ha a large nuiii her of Micret service men. who oper ute again. t counterfeiters and other criiiiiuaU who seek tn defraud the (iovernment or the people and it eu forces the law agnitist the s:ile of opium and other narcotics. In addition the Treasurv mi ploys piite a large force of examiners to . that the national hank are run t KODAK FILMS DEVELOPED. Quickest kodak service in America. All work returned ratr.c day received. To iliow samples of our work wc will develop one roll any size film and make one print from each Rood film for 20c, .vH and pay postage Send for price list. ' Mail service only. mmmmmmmmmmm ARMY 1 609DS SALE I Great Bargains l $1.00 1.00 Pants per pair Coats each Shirts each Overcoats each 2.50 10.00 Strother. Mi- -. Sunders, who enjoys a host uf frier I and unusual popularity in the v. lnity where she has live.Llins heen for suite tune u correspondent of the Dmly Register, and iu such, has not only gam 'd lousldcraldy reputation a ii writer, hut wide aciiualntunce. Imi Her friends are cxtinduig congnitula. ? III. II. Ill llllllll ibw ll:ilKk If a.,la..air a..... tribute the same. .Mi Sander graciously tiutallcd her succeisor. Mu Nannie Sanders, as t'.iriespoiideiit and thir paper will continue the excellent new service from that section. C D a.vor.lipK to law. KDWI T CIVKNS. The Department uf Agriculture has jiiic one hundred inspector who Who will lea I 'he ng ng nt the Bap . to it that spoiled or coilt.inilnat list church rcv.va! which begin next .il food I not sold to the people of Sund.n Louisville Photo Co. LOUISVILLE. KY. the Cnited States, and the Interstate Cum mere Commission employ a good many Inspector who see that common carrier have proper safety I SANDER'S VARIETY STORE I mi appliance and that passenger boats are not overloaded. Do the Republican propose that national bank do their own examining and "Big l!uinc" pay their in come tax according: to their own ideas of what they ought to pay, and the people bo allowed to sell opium at their own vveet will, or to bring liscases they may be inflicted with into the United 'State? Are steama 'veil known young boat to be allowed to crowd -- .000 Mr Hay man, and he, toa. ir busy accepting on board when their capacity i the hot wishes of hit friend. The Are cmblamed beef and poi. Daily Itcgiitcr. onou goods to be old to the Anieri-ru- n .Ml people? Sanders was alio our corrcs- ? Chiropractic two things that ara mnif..t CAUSE and EK. Tha Chiropractor conctrnt hlmtalf with only one of thtir. By adjuttmtnt ha rtmovti th CAUSE, without which llitrr can b. no EF. FECT. Sea your Chiropractor. A c oniullalion and spinal analysis will cost you nothing. In dittai thtra ara FECT. Lipscomb SIMPSON HOUSE C& Lipscomb LANCASTER. KY. I. II A.M. 0 The Central Record. Lancattet, Ky., Thursday Sept 39, 1920 ll AIITKIII SUES MS : : 3F Taylor County Farms AND PROPERTY IN C AMPBELLSVILLE Wednesday, Some in the October Forenoon-So- me 3-- 4 Camp-bellsvillone-fourt- Memorize the Dates-T- he and the Particular Property Then Follow Your Memory. in the Afternoon. 2 FARMS FOR T. W. BUCHANAN. o room frame dwelling, stock barn which will house 4 acres tobacco. All necessary out buildings. This farm will be sold promptly at 10 O'CLOCK. Thursday and Friday 13", 14th and 15 Time of Day Wednesday, October 13th FARM NO. 1 106 ACRES, 1 o miles East of Campbellsville on and Spurlington road, in good h neighborhood, mile of station on L. and N. R. R. This is a dandy little farm. Fertile limestone soil. 25 acres corn, 4 acres tobacco, 10 acres wheat stubble 30 acres clover and timothy meadow. Balance grass and woodland. An abundance of good timber. No waste land and what is called a "Smooth Farm," well watered. Improvements- - A Double Header 12 1 1 'l-a- FARM NO.2 103A ACRES, 5 miles North of Campbellsville, 2 miles from Lebanon pike, on Rose Hill road, near Rose Hill School House, two miles from church. This is another "smooth" farm, also has some extra good fertile creek bottom land. S acres oat stubble, sown to clover. 25 acres corn. 2 acres to acres clover and ti'nothy meaacres good young timber, balance in cleared land for grazing. Improvement- s- Has ordinary house. stock barn, new tobacco barn and other outbuildings. bacco, dow, Mr. Buchanan is in business in Campbellsvillo and has not the time to look after these farms so "they are up and selling to the High Dollar." This farm will be sold at 2 O'CLOCK. P. M. For further particulars on these farms see Mr. Buchanan or Mr. W. C. Payne. Thursday, October 14th, Another Double Header and springs. Improvements New 10 room frame dwellinir, fine yard with shade, new tobacco barn, new stock barn 3Sx(50, all other outbuildings. These farms are in fine neighborhood right at school and church. Get busy, look them over before day of sale. To show you these farms see Mr. Wilson or Mr Keltner. THE FARMS OF R. B. WILSON and A. R. Keltner, 3 miles Campbellsville on Friendship pike in the famous "Beechwood" section that ood fertile producing land of Taylor County. THE R. B. WILSON FARM WILL be sold promptly at 10 o'clock A. M. and consists of 104 acres with two story residence, good tenant house, large combination stock and tobacco barn, large granary and tool house, double crib, well and cistern at residence. Burley tobacco, corn and wheat land, 4 never failing- 50 acres level 25 acres gently rolling. 25 acres in corn, 3 acres tobacco, 37 acres clover, 12 acres timothy, 11 acres wheat stubble, balance in pasture. THE A. R. KELTNER FARM AD- joins the Wilson farm and will be sold at 1 o'clock, P. M. and consists of 1 S6 acres d and sold in which will be sub-divide- springs, 35 acres Pitman Creek bottom, acres tobacco, (JO acres in corn, 30 acres clover, 1(J acres meadow, 15 acres oat stubble, 53 acres pasture and timber. Abundance of water from cistern, wells 12 12-ac- re tracts to suit the purchaser. This is level and gently rolling land a tractor farm produces fine crops of corn, wheat, meadow and genuine Burley tobacco. - FRIDAY, 06T0BER 15th TWO MORE, GOOD advertisement. FARMS ALSO FEED STORE IN CAMPBELLSVILLE. Promptly at 10 o'clock A. M. we will sell 115 acres for L. A. Collins and Joe Willock, 115 acre farm. A "dandy" good one, 1 mile CampbellsLocated on ville, will be Stone Quary Road. It has new 8 room residence, new Bank Barn 40x40. Tobacco barn 3Gx40x20, other also good tenant house. This farm is well watered, in high state of cultivation, ready to "punch", 25 acres in cultivation, rest in grass. Plenty of timber for fencing and wood. Be sure to look at this one. sub-divide- d. out-buildings, 1 o'clock, will sell the Large Frame Building in Campbellsville now occupied by Erpett Craves at a feed store. On Public Square just in front of Court New roof and in good state of repair. Ac House. cessible to street in front and alley in rear, thus an ideal location for Carage and Auto Sales Room. To show the above farm and store room see Mr. Graves or Mr. Willock. IMMEDIATELY after the tale of the store room and PROMPTLY AT TWO O'CLOCK, will sell the farm of C. M. Durham, 162 Acres, 3 miles Campbellsville, on the Railroad at Arista. Will be sold in IMPOSSIBLE to give complete details in an 2 TRACTS. outbuildings. TRACT NO. 1 78Vs ACRES WITH FIVE room house, stock barn, tobacco barn, silo and other TRACT NO. 2 832 ACRES, FOUR ROOM house, stock barn, granary and other buildings, all new. This is a "corking" good little farm of 162 acres or 2 smaller farms. Nearly level, everlasting water, 45 acres in corn, 2 acres tobacco, 30 acres clover, 8 acres wheat stubble. This shows what this farm will produce All crops To show this farm see Mr. Durham or W. C. Payne. to everybody. These farms are all accessible to and close to schools and churches and also to Campbellsville, one of the best little towns in the State with population of 3000, noted for its hospitable people, fine schools and churches, graded and High School, Baptist college with large endowment. 3 Loose Leaf Tobacco Warehouses, two Newspapers, Banks, Markets, business merchants, Hotels, beautiful homes. For further particulars see the owners or get in touch with W. E. Moss or R. H. Devcr at my Danville offices or W. A. Dickerson at my Lancaster pro-gressi- AH we ask is look at these different farms ond attend the sales. We guarantee a square deal offices. Juit after the sale of thu farm promptly at Mr. Dever will be in Campbellsville MONDAY the 11th and he and I will be there during the 3 davs Sales. GET THE DATES! THE REAL ESTATE MAN, SALES MANAGER. SWIN E BROAD LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. The Contral Record, Lancastei , Ky.. Thursday Sept 30. 920 I 7 I ttmmmBztmmmmmmmz It St home made CLOD float or not to much hew CRUSHER HANDY "OTHERS mak their Device Docs Satisfactory Work on Very Lumpy Soil. llliittfAllon Giver Good Idea ef Con. tUuctien of Implement Which Can Dr Put Teg ther at Small Cott If Kill Weedt. - 0. W. Durham's Fine 135 Acre Farm i a it it how doe it meet the npprovl of the molt . ' i critical consumer. lie l.i 'f WHITE SWAN, . me anai uenci n superior. cctinH it Wc are in the market at all timet for wheat, rye, r oata, corn, and barley. We will tell you ourt or buy r ! i H - nr full r. iill .ii.ln d ih" grniiinl limilt -- II t.iiDPim,,. Im,..ii. iln-.i- llml limil jri't SI HI) VI 1)101) III .' iri 8 & tfi fninnl tn ilu tin- fiTlnrj luamii r. 'I'lli ItiiiilHpilll.lIti;; tlrottliiir slum t.H m li h tMlirr mn I made n0 It mill bill llfilll l'Vlll. . ctit iili lit ! tHklllC IMf l to iti j( slmiilil 'i li i. Tn h III tTII'lli r be ' nrk In it innt .il i( iimi, . t. iih Also ft Lot of Personalty At PUBLIC AUCTION on the Premises i 1 ll. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 9th :30 P. M. SHARP. Thit splendid farm one of the best in that section of the State it locat rd in the East End of Lincoln county on the Crab Orchard and Lancaster turnpike 1 2 miles North of Crab Orchard, a station on the L. & N. R. R., where all traint Mop and about one mile from the famous Crab Orchard Springs, a noted health resort. Pike runs through the farm and the old Richmond road, which is mostly gravelled, bounds two sides of it. Church and school at opposite corners of farm and easy walking distance of Crab Orchard Graded School, no tax lo pay just outside. Level to gently rolling just enough for natural drainage and you can run an automobile all over it. 45 acres in corn; 4 acres in tobacco; 35 acres in stubble; 25 acres in wood lot; 26 acres in blue grass and meadow. Enoughe timber for general farm use, including fire wood, which is quite an item, for all time to come. A fine lay out for wheat, corn and tobacco crops for next year. Improvements Nice 6 room brick and frame residence, halls and porches, chicken house, double-cri- b, fine hip roof stock barn, 32x64, and 16 feet tocaves,35 feet to ridge built of dresscdoalc, matched drop siding and painted, on concrete foundation with galvanized metal roof and cupola. Fine water well and ciitcrn at dwelling, everlasting springs, ponds, Dix River, etc. Well fenced and cross fenced. The owner has always prided himrclf on ;ood fencing. Most of this farm is as rich as they make them, about the riijht size in these days of scarce labor, the right, distance from town on one of the best pikes in the county and a much traveled gravel county road, surrounded by the best of neighbors, etc., all of which makes it an exceeding desirable farm, one of the very best locations in the county and a place you will be proud to call HOME. The owner is a and has inducted us to SELL. Some one is go-i- n to get a bargain. Boys, you can't go wronj: on one like this. Look her over carefully, meet us there on sale day, SATUDRAY, OCTOBER 9th, at 1:30 P. M. and pound your bids at her and you might be the lucky one to own it. A lot of personal property consisting of farming implements, household goods, etc will be offered for sale immediately after the sale of the farm. This farm i up and selling for the HIGH DOLLAR with possession January 1st, 1921. TERMS liberal and made known on day of sale. Mr. H. G. SUilcs. at the Crab Orchard Bank, will take pleasure in showing this farm to any prospective buyer before sale day. For further particulars, sec, write or phone either H. It. Skiles at the Crab Orchard Bank, or AT 1 two-stor- y non-reside- yours, Flour, meal, mill feed and hay for sale or trade. V Float or Clod Cruthtr. Lancaster Flour Mills. Incorporated in., ' iik-li-t feet nil u Iimij: inn) MX piece, mn li )! l 'Hi 2 nip Tn iikmi. ii .in,, l.. fluU Util.' llir.-- i Ittt; MM.) n .U ( ' n , ii, McROBERTS DRUGSTORE hoc Ull 1IUU oil fVi I '" fmir ' pliii. nn.l will i.ii.i it ns tn imiki. mil". fniir N hm. J T ' nnil III lull) In ,ii. iith in li !, nptir vv nr. ( Willi I'ltll HiM'tiiM lulu bmiiIi. mhiI 'l ..l..li itlHif lv T. m ..,Ihc !! nut ti,. ' khiwI Irmi, "in 1...11M 11 COLUMBIA RjECORDS i Come in and I I hear them. I Ta See Wnaft Intide t linn tin. fmir fi.ur. .nwii'T than Ilu- - Inm. iinl t 'ii.! lnni Iwi knnril . nn ..i-. . ..t.. to iM nhti'h hi iimiii fr.ni r Inrt. will iri' )ntn tin' "oil. 'Iln-ri- . r ..nlil m Mlt MMtti tt. tilt! It l .. up. lij if Hiiy rut. li tip fnmiinl s't mnliT It. ' the lilml i'IiiI himI let ' (irm lfm ihii. ih n urlli-- In Mic I nriiirr 'Mil, imnbliii' is nlmi n ii. 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Himnt hii li . . f lYnrl. fnntirrly f tin Mnliif imiJud Tunklnt. ii Wf. mi.t mi'l l'HTllH.lll allltllill. lllllk- llll'tltlllll nf .Imt TNtiklh mi) nflrr a .rnm- - tin mHi"ii-iltli itin fnt--t tlmt riiiiinu-- tin- lil-In Hk'lil. prmlii tn H Iiit husband lir.nk nr ttm W'Ksaoi-il- s i ImHhi, tliiTi- - m twn Iiii-- . ttMi hli 'I'- nr lii-mif -t the way sin- - it n lit. llm .ilm ..! Iwilnr tlm nl.llltt m Iran. mil sh's liable to liMik Mm nur nitd wlu rnrt- 'hi- w ih.lr IiIl-I-i ii)Iiil iilnllll.tn llnlr he un rule Wall. ImirhtiT. hihI tin- iHIht .Ii. Remarkable Endurancet. li .implt hiihiiihi. tn Feed Valu cf Peanut. ""iftkwt "hi A mnii. tlfl i Iih tn JlXTtment oil the illEetlhtllty of from Lomliin to Vnrinontli In li- - ilmn nf tlm IiIl-I-i Inii-r- . rnmii. nf llm Imp ni'l Tlif.n in turn hih mit Ihii himI pinnM. conducted lijr tni'litii' lio'irt. TliN illlHlio. It tn mi nf lilsli Ihjit nini tlio t'nltiM States department f nc mit- litii.lnd nini tpiii fmir himI a ninleil the pmci-tiinf lli. mniliii; l rtrilltwre prine Hint these it re- epe tii) r li It tioulil tHkifry cimhI MM til t'CS IihIih Hi.ii . itsn-i- ltiliil In rtnllv tBtiinMt fur liinmm fund nnil lmni' tn fin I Aiiotlu-mli I ! inleratril I'.v Hiliiminn body nini. (. A. Htrrlinmi tniiHiM n ill. ho - nm.t tiroful nli.iTior Hihi 'In. are n ltiimrtnut In ur hy trntn tmir,. nf ovi-- r nno ImtMlrtl nnil turn- iuhIi- Mnl Mheii ilnil fur t ttlli'lMi' III !( prxl-li- ; illlllltl.'. nf hiiiihI l Umilon 'In- - oft Itvuiii' mlli tiltlHint ri.iltic i irlnr mnl 'lull n jixxt Mali. .r mnii tintili) llkr'v lllill.il In ii i Rubbing In , it rtarm. lii Inrj IniplTi'ii'iit r.'.lllt. an Meant re Hint l.H-lti'tilli- - I lint ! tm,1,' it i. .T"iity Ihe nml eat in . -- I dlit ih) n- empty DAY FOR DIGGING POTATOES forelnz It"-ilrtt if turin'iilliM- ,mi t,. '"'n ii.li. nnnt, n't"' eimii frliHiil ""' ''" Irr rulilnil on in; m' ' Mi'i Soinetliiii". itri' imt I Quality It Influenced to Considerable n "r ""'I' tnlil in. hImiiiI It Hi"1 mi ""',,,'",,' Thill ter-I iHiirti r.n-- f llml I eiil tin n'r ' I'"'"'"'0. u'"1 " h"' '"'lint tliejf j Eitent by Manner In Which hIioui It tn M- - "Ihii h They Are Dug, llrit I uiiij run nun im.ihi. iimirii; hiii iiu'i imiIii In foutnl tlmt It n V'xoi ll tiniltil t o tile II tnlter.ihle ilinlli ml llnulljr tin. 1'itck, tlini for !" Tin' mi'l.' iUriliii nf HilKtiM'. i In. einplleti to . thill ll ratiM- tn citi',,' ' ..1 it a ill.) Hitllnliil oil I nf mil lii'li llml tin minimi in h i.'ii.lil. nilili' I'Mi'iit liy l .liKpe ui AtiJ FimmI fur hIiiih' tn m) Ihi'V Mr.' .Init nnil tnriil. m'ln U niilliiiil ran set Itlii-m- l Tn t tln'H I uiiilirtiN"t inrttira I'ntntni'. .Initllil In- - tins If in..liti iiiJ.'ritis. Ihii mlclit an I I'MI liinkt' m ivlnc on ti ilinr iIm itln'ii tin .nil . imi 1'rlelnN mnl Helper. in ll, . in. niltiM-- . ti't i imiiitli in i Tlii'i "limilil l, 'hn inUi'L-o-. in Mm tli'lil mil) Inn.: i inin;i in lixniiif 'I'.V, llii'ii ftnri'il III ll plitii- - Mlilill I. mill rwtli. r mni.i. nml it" ilurk ,i. Wh In ii f. present Jim iii'i'i mailer ny nlsn t i W a ji When . ' llt -- .iat .i'!iiii lii-1- Col. J. B. Dinwiddie on the Block. HUGHES and McCARTY ami two tut If Mtcr, who have the' Kun. svninathv nf tlirir frit-m- l STANFORD. KY. - - dreel J- riii - mf - h ' I - MT. HEBRON ir - -' Cracks at Creation. 11 l,ri-H..- .li-i'llni- - - hl-hI- 1 - 11 11 r it-r- - r' li.-t- ' " ' - u. 'r''' ' J 1 - li. i ' 1 ,i.miI.. OCT. 7th. nnlliiHry Imino utonisn ini'.ll Iiiihii.i' nf tin. iI.iiiit nf iliiiiy It W lint .i tn liuin tin uitiiiH' 't tim mnl inn' luilf nr t In 'It'i p. ilili. r In it I I nr in n Ihi, .ii. nil nirririll'linil tnHr;i- - mlnln mini 'nn iiioi-tlu-- I'ihI.t RAIN OR SHINE 340 1- -2 Acre Farm ln-- FLOOR OF PORTABLE HOUSES It Should Dt at Lean Or Font From Ground, Open and Fret Cement Baffles Subdivided in Four Tracts To Suit Purchaser!. ilit- - MinliMiii Rati. liimr of portahle pnllltr) I'nlnliy fnrins nml in a liij;i hni.e khnulil If lit h'li't nne fnnl This is line of state of cult i")it ion In Id miles Kiim nf Kicliniiiinl and 2 milt'M Nnrtk finlii I lie Kroliml, nml the patr umler r of Colli'!!' Hill on Collt'k'e Hill and Waco turnpike, nml known IS liililli limilil he iipeu ami flie. lil.llielit hroiMler Imil.e. .limilil halt' 1'i-- THE L. E. GRIGGS FARM now owned liy IV T. Hojiie Walter Wells nml .lolm Newlnml 'lt. : litis siilens lo ettle up the part ntrhii of the owners. juirpose of ti This is a fine corn, lit'inp nml tohmTo farm. In fact will iirow that can U' lTowii in Kentneky. nml is well limited on flood cli'irclies. lunk, Mun-s- , shop pike, close to ioo I mid mill. Is well watere.l ami w.'ll feit'Til, with two sets of jJimmI on it This fiirin will lie Mild on easy terms and it will pay you to tfo look it over before the duy of Mile. Waller Wells nml.lF Newlaml, on the place, will tilatily shuw you over tlie place For further particulars see I). T. Bojfie. K D: I. Kicliiuoml, Ky . phone Kirkvville. 5 riti( I. any-tliinblai-ksiuit- reini nt lliHirH. ami die ilinir. mnl hoiilil he kcrmieil ullh il'' ally do Utile ilatuuuiv w 1 niie-lur- h until nne ifiuini: ir kitt'ti pritiiu tliini an1 taken, nil mnl m nuU ii.ii SALT PREVENTS INDIGESTION Uied by Expcritnctd Shtphtrds In Changing Shetp From Old Pat. turo to Ntw. eiperleneetl "liii'luriN mix nit "lib iilrshikisl lluif, u little more lltne tlnili salt to prevent ImlU't stlon mil Idout when the ilaip are chnlik'isl Mimy UNITED REALITY & DEVELOPMENT CO. P. W. WILLS, MGM. . LANCASTIR, KT.i iiew pastures. On sonic farms steins are ilpH't In u stroiir alt brine and no sUUltlcnul suit It iiiieii to the ilitep. This helpt to cm-trimrusltlc Infrctlon and Is beus-clt- l to the uwi a4 Itioks. ii ami Mm. Homer Humphrey aro't-ra- l Tvu-euen- Satur-- ' A r,'!"U'r want U K,low " W' can very happy over the arrival nf a hahy ,lny a- oVIock ami interment in M. iw f orrf cl ,f" ','" of hoy. V ty 'lie here; Jlehron Mr. ll:irrion Divno Mtltl to ('. M.,etl one he ahle to .iy "The I nnl em Kirl. We can. hut wc tlam't. He.in a bunch of thoat.i at tl cents Kiveth an.l the I.nr l takcth uv.ny. Never ftueal when you net ftunj: per puuiul. Il!c.eil he the nnnu of the I.oiti," in a hor.e trade. It only ndvcrtie '"' Mr. Kittene Clark and faintly of en!e you tlo not I the hore lloyle county were with Mr. ami Mr. I". W, Montgomery Sunday. The allies are .aid to he putting Hut in the league of nation. Mr. William Vatiderpool and fam I teeth if they tlo the blamed thing may chew ily of I.eini;toii Were with Mr and itjelf up. Mr OhnrlcH. Duncnti Suntlay Mrvlamet Kdna l.ytle and Delia Ti- - .aid 'hat an amicable nettlc-- 1 Coetxhal of Marion Intl., are with ment of he lrih iUction is n po.i-bilit- y McROBERTS DRUG STORE. .Mr. and Mrs. Lamlraml their Kirent of the future. Quite future, llunletto we prc?unu CARTERSVILLE. Mei.ilame J. II. Dean ami H. Thonipon ami ilauj'hter returnetl on! ... All of our wise nod astute Felix ad n ti... i .. iinin iiiitrnwtiiiii jiti. ....ueir i were viitor Mrs.t arterville renninuton! politicians 'ire strong for letting i iiuii.iii in .Sunday. slter, Mrs. h. It. I.awciin was much tht women vote now that they are Mr. and Mrs. Ivy It. Turner vUited going iiiinrnieil to vote anyway. parcnu .Mr. ami .Mr. J, ll. rur-- ! Mrs. Speed Sherruw i improving, tneir.i . i. ,n Illinois veiretah r nethllcr dron- her mother, Mrs. Lewis Simpon re- in r ine wei'K enii. .Mr. J. M. Pointer and daughters. ed dead when n housewife nsketl the turned to her home on Poor Uidge Saturday afternoon after being with of Kiclimontl, were visitors in Cur- - price of lima beans. Apparently well versed in the correct thing to tlo. tersville lal Sunday, her for several days. We have been having splemlidj , .. Mr. ami Mrs. 11. K. Montgomery . Wiv,i .m" m,i,,"7 ,Be far"'- "'k f"r ml eh.l.lren nml Mis Zelda Onstott w''",mr '" , of political sovere gnty, ; eminence ' were with Mrs. '.. Mary A. Sanders at ,M tn hurul ,,uir ,ou,Ul" irol'' ,.. ... vl Tenterssille Sunday ami attei.de.l the, ,. ,., I'"' Mipper at the school Sat i,.,, (lf funeral of Mrs. I.inda Sanders at urdiiy night? was a rootl success. The ' ' Huckeye. ('ie that sol.l for the highest brought Thinsrs are beginning to look Jutt i,n wf ,,u l'il" to Mr. and Mrs. Irvm Deaue enter- - ,,V--r'' itte shaky for us rich bloods. -"" tamed .Sunday Mrs. William Craw- llut we'll let the clerks and the The stork was tiuite busy here the i luescengers tlo the worrving. ford and children of Sulphur Well. I hey were accompanied i'K' He visited the home of. by Mil'i"'1 I ! The women voted in large num Kthyl Crawford who has been attend-- j 'r' ""d Mrs. Itu.ell Holmau leaving girl, also the home of Mr. ami bers, thank you as some of our ing the meeting at this place. can mourn Jlev. K. II. Illakemaii closed a 11 Mn' ,"lk n,',,,r ''''"U l'''. 'io extiacuislu'd politiciansmidit of their fully testify in the tnr""',"tf'1 days meeting at this place Friday "" wrl. extinction. '" night. He is great on the phut of salvation and the doctrines as taught Caute of Foreit Flirt. We .u.pcct tlut some of our I lienv were Hi addl- ill the lllhle. The k'rinel imi'linii tnilt' of brother editors are rising up the tiuns, J by restoration, I by letter font Ills' l the openilloa nf tin- - railfuture possibilities of running for ihrmish uoodlnnd n- and 10 for baptism. Itev. .iani,.v rond public office. They are saying some I ores try .Miiericiili the nastor will it... I i il,.. .i. J CK'li. mighty nice things about th ladies. i f ua.iunsioii. i. u. ITre .m..:. t I....IU... ,.i nt. i c " V' """"" nitlM-v. inriHl.le .lialil mills mid ... iiiieriiiiini, uie camiiuatei are all re- - ,,,., Ju.ig i.g from the contents of some i.i.i., us coin- luested to be present at church Sun-- ! ,,ril o "i- - mill daily newspapers, It would be better day at o'clock. If they were sent out to their sub To Find tht Oear of Bicycles. rcribera beforo being printed. They Evertol. To Mini thi fetir of a bicycle, dlvlda would he more "levating in their .mV. Annie Ilnrker Kversole. aged the numbrr of leeth In the front effect upon liunmirty, ami of seme y L'l ears, died nt her home near sprocket by the number of livth In practical value. View, August IMth. She was a the rear sprocket and multiply liy daughter of Mr. K. I.. Darker and was the tllumeter In Indies of the rear Dispatches from France state Tuinty-onFor example: born and lived hire until her ' mar-- r wheel. that the government has limited the In I lie front sprocket terru uge about a year ago. She was a tetth teeth In I he reur sprocket nod a S3. price of American hard coal to Vl'i member of the lliiptiit church hre Indi tiiui'l. Teut)-oni- . ton. llut what gets our nanny Is dMdeil by and was faithful to church and Sun- aeii-- isiuuls thnv; Uine times the fact that France can get our day ichuol. She leaves a husband, n In the cur of hurt) coal whi t we in Aanricu can baby a week old, father, one brother Ilia bicycle. not. .Mr. i ioe. ' ' 'J J uru. ,.' ... '1- nu"t'.l l'' , - Mtik-ml- i 1 1 'al-K- a turn-ty-elK- ht Thrt C.AMtral Hecord, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, Sept 30,1920 I "grand Opening I An Open Letter To Cash Buying' Customers at NEW GOODS New Prices. ! . i Batson's Cash Store Lexington Street. Lancaster, Kentucky. FEEL MY CHIEF DUTY TO MY CUSTOMERS IS TO GIVE THEM THE BEST POSSIBLE MERCHANDISE WHEN THEY WANT IT, AT THE LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES. THIS UNUSUAL FALL 0PENIN6 IS ANNOUNCED TO BEGIN OCTOBER 1st MY CLOSE TOUCH WITH THE MARKET HAS ENABLED ME TO OBTAIN MANY NEW GOODS AT LOWER PRICES THAN HAVE BEEN QUOTED FOR YEARS. ALL THESE ADVANTAGEOUS PURCHASES ARE PASSED ON TO YOU. EVERY DEPARTMENT OFFERS MANY GOOD THINGS TO EVERY BODY. ALL GOODS MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES. TO MY EVERY CUSTOMER IS FOR THEM TO FEEL AND KNOW WHENEVER CONCESSIONS IN PRICE FROM DEALERS AND FACTORIES, ETC., ARE GIVEN ME, CONCESSIONS WILL AT ONCE AND ALWAYS BE PASSED ON TO THEM IMMEDIATELY WITHOUT THEIR ASKING IT. COME TO THIS FALL OPENING AND EXAMINE PRICES AND QUALITY FOR YOUR SELVES. VERY RESPECTFULLY, ClaSSfM CtlNMII RATES: Single insertions lc word No ad taken for lets than 20c in this column. No ads in this column charged. Seven insertions for the price of Ave. Phone orders must he paid promptly. FOK SAI.K Wagon. FOIl SAI.K Good light K. Sprint: Sew-in- C. Gaines. g New Franklin machine Price reasonable. Jlugh Heater. Large sinFOIJ SAI.K Good as new. - Mobley. Florence Harry Anderson. FOK SALK A few choice Hhoile STItAYKD To my plnie about Island lied cockerels fur inunediate Sept. '.Mrd. black and uliite spotted delivery at $1.30 each. sow, weight about 110 hiuiuN. Own S.:iO.".'t. Mrs. K. VV. Perkins. er can haw same by paying all charges and provin.: proerty. LOST Hig black Poland China Harrison Deane, llourne, Ky. sow, weigh about "00 pounds. Left 30 my place first week in September. $10.00 reward. J. Miley Anion. Paraphtrnalla Phone :it7-H- . Tht word "parapberiiiitlii"" reallf In the melius a woman's FOK SALK One of three yearl- old days It wn things ppllel i ing southdown ranii just received n tilrti n bride brought wr and alne lewrlry, etc. from Hourbon county extra good tier dowry clothes, ones -- Price. $30.00. Also one short Hence the word enme to mean nltlre. anything hw or rtec two year old southdown ram used one season. Price $15.00. T. Kice & Co oration. Four miles out on Jtuckeye pike. This Tiger a Flyer Phone I). I'. Peltihrcy. II47-l( .iruiir.. ri rrentnre n frnll tin- - tljer trnllimmil hutrfrT.r hrtilt FOK SALK; -- have derided, on endowed wltli urh wnndrrfnl (lowaccount of bad health, to sell my Gar- er- of Might. iy ill n Forage. It is one of t'ie bust stands In estry Miignzlne of Wnhlnctiwi. I '5. the county. A good building ami With n body but of llrtte mw thno nn everything that is needed for a gar- Inrh In length, nnd Tv slender, firel win'.-- extent rtife etreedtne age. For further information write Willi dinint-lnT- l to llrynnlsvillc Garage or call phone four hihI n. ttt.ir Itwlie. tti ! n nitirli iii bumv In th S. W. Ilalcumb. or :57.G. air n any 1't-p- "Gone To School." (tly Ch.'irles Hami'ton .Mu.grnte The hou- - seems strangely still. And oer store aad sink I ) World's Deepest Gold Mine. tlie Until stp to think The rattlinsr. bangisrc noie Which wa the daily rule Has ceased miK.and because The "baby's" gone to srhoul. I I find ii.VMdf Thr gold mine of St lolni del Iter, The il.N.M.t cue l...li In th In ttrrtall. I. the met si mine In world I e fniind tteir rrlerlck-tinl- t the uiirld It wri iio.-- l tmife Ihnn Norwny It (tic IUsl feet. Nl ye;r ngo, nnd hud leii .nnl In Think of It. oer two iiille deesf (VXtl feet nt the trie of tile latest Hut It Is worth the Ions Irtp down rvirt The tertipernltire In sonn Into Its depth, for many nf Ihe wonI' the rls Prt rearlie. Hit ders of nature are to he ien ther. In the henf of the rix k ntemglng one Ilnweer, whin It conies to real lean-t- y degn-In eer.v YM feet of desreut and lnterel there are no cartss from the .iirfnre hat exrel our own Depest Civ iee.i 1 '. fr look for blocks and till To trip my lusting feet. And pause ur.etmrtous(y To'tind the room so neat. To find no littbt jp. Or coat on rhuir or ..tool: It frights me till I think; The baby's gone to school. I I l 1 ,rn-rlm- used to "Good Lord, five me some rest," And think. "The women ijniet Is sure the woman ble&sedt" lint now, dear Lord, you know That sometimes I'm i fool. And I have surely found it nut Since baby want tt kIiooIT' fret tod suy, Hill CENTRE VS. 111) LOST Ited Kilt, with few small black spots. Wright I2B pound. Visit Ohio nnd Indiana while the Jtensonahle reward. W. II. Moss! Jr. crop, are growing. See our wonderFOUND on Dr.nville scarf. Owner can have . cluver, Write same for free price list of farms can suit d paying for this proving property a? yon in any size, price or location. Gayle Doty. notice. JOHNSON A UKATY . Green'ville Ohio, ,"v'STKAYKI) To my pli ce Sept. 2.1. ful crops of corn, tobacco, street, a alfalfa, blue grass and etc. by -- n white hog. Owner can have hog by proving same and paying charges, Sam Clark. Ijmcaster, Ky. It.pd. 100 DftyS For Sl.oO. The Kecord will send the. Oaily 100 day for $I.H0. FOK SALK Three Shorthorn bull , Courier Journal weight This will take the subscribers thru calves; Five Feeding cattle, the Presidential campaign and until ,.i ki.i n..,..u O..Mitv llf"r the votes are counted. O. T. Uyton Send subscriptions to this office. I '.i.'.'a-'Jt.p- Mclb "For 'spo.e my prayer for rest. Though spoken in a 'pet', ml pial pari Had been responded to? frull mke m.nle of ( I'm trying to forget.) ot .'ini i In.nn rlg. date. not Then would my heart have been II il" f.nin.. H' mlln, wlieiher lli- - InertM-lelit- s run it hum I Sunk drip in sorrow's pool; t.' wfjlii'd or I'nfiMirrd. lis 1 humbly thank Thee, Lord, l Tfie m art .ropiritiiiiiis For Youve sent mm to school!" -- Mif ar-or m.ill. tin... u no.' til irf th In- 'In reiurioinliiic Rjln Necessary for Tea Qrovvth. ilUldil.l Tea ri)iilres n mliifiill of Oi Inches and 'rrle.ttlon will riot ene In lieu I'ljnc Fish In a Po thereof, js a mine hut humid alluos- Algae and other T, pliere Is nettled. In grtmlns In i.llic lw-itnf a large power i' ' IlL'hl plntiL Wastttf Strength. ! ClnlMT.il solulh.lx dul in to The .hnirii.il 11 i'i-- Good Mtdiclne". nt the Anifrlrsn n .Miteinltiin rwoniim-nd- s enlsl. e. MORRIS HARVEY j - ii-- d iib SATURDAY, OCT. 2 power FOK SALK Ten horse Gasoline engine and ensilage cutter. complete win. uciis. p.p.. g e . jf Qmo AND sALE-l- luv FARMS ,NDANA a farm in Ohio's W. Sanders. Jesse rnone !.... . v u .itt . "llnrli." , with thirteen . . .. li. 0.0-tf- . hundred miles of pike roads. Asc ....... iwi v i.. fil valuation of Darke county t I KuAty Seven Million Do Urn. VU farm of IH acre, on Crab Orchard county is blue grass land, most ..Ik.. C mile, from Unca.tcr. well Untire Visit our coun ly bluck tile drained. watered and improved try while the crops are on, see our Charlie Cox, Stanford Ky, Koute 4. tobacco, corn, wheat, oati, clover and alfalfa. No better country for dairy FOK SALK Spotted pony, belong-In- g Ing ami hog raising. Write for free to Mrs. J. N. Hrown, formerly price list of Ohio and Indiana farms, Mis Anna Helle llurnslde, gentle to ran suit you any size, price or location ride und drive. Can be seen at the desired JOHNSON AND UKATY. Mr. J. G. llurnslde twine of Greenville, Ohio. Lancaster. Koute 1. y.lO-Ilt- . t.17-:i- t. i.23-.2t-p- aReei ihum. and tin.'i" till on th plHii of phi' nwers. Iimiidiniil rsu to clear Hit. nnd Sau.wiii Is not the only man who MD'HiMh until It In (lit hat trilled with his 'iu iirp wn cone; not mil) the one who lint ! water Mn anil ueles ways, It III nil trace of Ixdlftlng In hl heart thai he might The llli dlf lot: hid dtMippmri-t It ns he willed, and still purM.w of Hit title with Many i.il Interfere ltb It. another (nun some timer", su lh-- ) tlll Hm- ilo'ie, I'gpU not hceI.oiim of wen I: in- -, looks hack prt.on lur 'lence slotithU n follr In wonder. at his i 2:45 P. M. wtl - -- CHEEK FIELD DANVILLE, KY. s of Famous People. raiiinils folk were ainoiii the ao thor-K- . wns Intrntors and eonini-itnmbi llariUtoun, Ky. their horn. Take It fnmi the Automobile Hill lli rmnpoMT m Stephen ('ollliis r.Mler. who roinpiwed "Mjf Old Kentucky Home." The liirwilor was John Fllrh who htilll I he Itrst sliiimlxtnt. The author. ixThaps, bet Irr Unowti than either of the two. was pt.rmas I. Jaiiiiu. author of ib Horn lli-rt- Hand. Upr Treubleaema Spl4rs. A sphler in lliienos Airea spun us srrb near a lelis,ihono catne. ine wins rauuht tlx- - weh und wrapd It aruuini ou becatua the wlrvx The web damp and cauwd several short Other spider In the uetghbur hood followed the a.heiiiurou uste'a sample, and now II has become nss eesary for Ibe telephone coulMtny t end a man out every few days tt) clear the wlie. of eli.. Popular Sci a. Admission 75cts. Automobile Spa.ce $1.00 ririt Chinee to ice Ceiter' Fanoui Coloicli ! action. eiuv Mitt lily Section Two THE CENTRAL RECORD. TIAH Eight Paget. THIMTTtrtRST LANCASTER. KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON. SEPTEMBER 30. 1920. U. S. TREASURER NimatR 37. GOOD NEWS Learn In A Very Short Course To Keep Up ll'urke Tells Of Hi Ob- Kill That Cold With CASCARA Celdi, Caught servations In The Philippine.-- . Washington. "The Filipino nrr u the en, aide of THE UNIVERSAL CAR .pin, 'in of Hon. John Iturke, Treasurer f the Omteil Stites. Mr. Ilurke The Ford One Ton Truck it x profitable the first member of the Congrei "beau of htmicn" anil surely hat the "right of ssional party visiting the Orient to line of luinctt activity. For all way" in every reach Washington trucking pursues in the city and for all heavy I "The Americans in the Philippine work on the farm, the Ford One Ton Truck are very much opposed to Independ-jence.- " "They claim with its manganese lironze worm-driv- e and said Mr. Ilurke. that people are not yet titled for self. every other Ford merit of simplicity in do'gi, government and that the rank and tile strength in construction, economy in uK rat. a, of the people do not want it. that the low purchase price, stands head and shoulder matter i agitated by a few ambUi-ou- s above any other truck on the market. Drop in men who want to he President I and let's talk it over and leave yourorder for one. of a new- Republic, and hence they desire to make n Republic of the Phil ippine Islands independent of any other countr). We arc not Interested .1 any can. "From my limited observation, I esrept the Konl. believe that there is u strong sentiment among the people for Independ- ence. and the argument that a few if J ambitious men want independence so they might have n chance of being , President does not appeal to me for u .it , there are men in the United States President of the who want to be I n. tod States. "I was very agreeably surprised , with the progress made in the Philip-- I pine Islands since American occupaI visited the schools in Manila tion and never saw better order or more of $100, That t anywhere. Republican Slush Fund. 000J was thelevelnnd's i)Uota named In attention in any schoolclean, neatly exact amount file chiMren were all 'u,t 'he the bt gen out by Governor Cox . ,r,.,.e,i i.n, certainly on their goo.i (mti'ttiur fox r hurt;.' l hat ,.(,uvi.r Nearly all of the teachers Itepuhlicaus planned to raise a great an! teniej ! ( hairman Hays campaign fund of $15.00'' "00, which Washington's nuota wn $.'.0,000, the ri. Kilipinos teaching in the Knglish greatly exceeds all legitimate uses. amount named in fiovernor Cox's list language. Hr exhibited ut evidence n ht of 51 and denied by Chairman Hays. Th(. rhH(rrn ,,.,., , haVt. tutnl $26,000. as cities with various iiuotaa which to- That Atlanta , .,uot., ((f ,rlf.const.IOUMIr,, wen. taled well over JS.OOO.OOO. although given in th,, list of Governor Cox. )ot a ,,t (.mJrrn ,ht. prt.,,1Cl. and denied by ( hairman Hays; and of Co,1KM.Mm,.n an,, .S,ni,turl fri)m these cities contain less than . quota. ,m. Unit-i- l - population Newark and Cincinnati of thr tlxTht?v wt.Ml .,iru given were the amount, named by fiuver- - j States, Cleveland, Ohio, w rt.,.mK am, ,,liv,icu, a uuota of $100,000; Washington, nor vox anil nenieu iiy nays aim up- - culture apparently oblivious to their I). C. ir.0.000; Atlanta, Its. $'.25,000; ham Poise and lack of visitor 3. That Form 101 of the Official Newark, N" J., $100,000; Cincinnati,, seem to be a trait of the Mullelln. which the Uepuhlican otll Orierttal and a good one for It preOhio, $200,000. rials testified had never been adopted vents action under excitement and asChairman Hays and Treasurer of the Republican National and was withdrawn, was replaced by' sures calm, deliberate judgment in Committee, denied that any quotas Form 102, which follows practically governing oneself and others. had leen fixed; they said they had the same plan. "They take great pride in their I. That a large and elaborate or prepared a budget of $.1,000,000 or ganization was lormeii to raise an schools and have buildings beautiful $ 1,000,000, in architecture and right up to the enormous Republican slush fund. The Senatorial investigating comminute in sanitary conditions. They 5. That funds were not sought mittee investigating campaign ex- from men having charge of corpora also have tine hospitals which are al has had before It many penditures, so thoroughly modern and sanitary. tions. witnesses, including Chairman Hays, "On account of a typhoon and The evidence is, of course, all in I'pham and Harry M. the Republican Treasurer, i committee' hands. heavy rains we were not able to see Uplllair, the assistant to Treasurer and yet, in the face of all this diffi much of the Islands, but in Manila turn, who seems to be the chief of culty. Governor Cox has given sub and that part of the Islands which we the "money diggers." The testi- stantial and incontrovertible evidence did see, the business seems to be mony of these gentlemen and others that his charges are true and that if largely in the hands of the Filipinos. has developed. a thorough investigation is made the You find them in all of the stores, 1 That there was a list of quotas full truth of his charges will be com banks and upon the farms. They are for M cities. polite, courteous, generous hearted pletely proven. people and if the people throughout the Islands are like those whom I saw, met and conversed with, they are capable of In fact, they have a home rule at the present time under the Jones Act, but there is a strong national feeling among them and they want to be free and independent of any other country'. This national spirit, like 'Ban-quoghost,' will not down but seems SabsR) aisaRlsas. to be growing stronger and stronger. It is a spirit which must be recognized, To combat it will only strengthen and intensify it." From Philippine Press Bureau, I - Orchards. I.KXINCTO.V. Ky.. -- For Students short course In the in the ll20-ll2College of Agriculture the department Horticulture will offer a course in home orchard and fruit garden the 1 QUININE La "OMV Grippe HaitWtn Broc Garage. ... ., one-fourt- h wwf 1 Neglected Colds are Dangerous first term and the farm vegetable Tsk no chancss. Krep this suiiJsiJ rtmedy handy for lh rust tns.i. garden the second term. The shift Uf.aks up a colj in 2 hours Hslievrs course opens November 1st nud closGnpp in J ilays KicclWnt (or Itradach es February 2U and any mar or woQiiinin in this form dors not affct th haJ Cascara ia best Tonic man of the State is free to enter f'i$ No Opiat in Hill's. Laiativ one or both terms without exmrin : tiou unless the matriculate is cudcr 17 years old when special entrance permi..-oomust be obtained. In the home orchard and fruit its convention declared: garden course instruction will he given in the selection, planting and "We desire peace, the peace of jus(Ohio State Journal) care of such familiar fruit trees as tice and right, and believe in mainthe apple, peach, plum and cherry, After an investiti'.iou ' several taining a straight and honest particularly with reference to n home months covering somr hundreds of between the belligerents supply for all seasons of the year and auto accidents in the streets of in the great war in Kurope." for the various domestic uses, it is the conclusion of Police Did Senator Harding and his party The planting, pruning and training Commissioner F.nright of that city of the grape will be studied with spe- that careless pedestrians cause a very solemnly declare for NEUTRALITY cial care A minor mt of the course large percentage of accidents. He in the face of an INKVITABI.K war? No! Candidate Harding has wigwilt be to strawberries and the hush says his record show that 7H per cent gled to what he considers a more fruits. When weather permits, such of the traffic accidents in which indipractical operations as preparation viduals nre killed or crippled are favorable position. and application of spray materials, cuused by the carelessness of the pepruning grafting and other details of destrians. the fruit growers art. If the orchard at home is run down ami not A Big Wiggle. bearing fruit the kiwuer should take the short course and be taught how Harding, candidate for the Presito improve the trees and the produc- dency in 1120: tion. The department has demon"No explanation ever may be made' strated in several pirts of the State , to excuse our lack of prudent prepa Kidney, liver, bladder and uric acid that old orchards can be made to rations for our INKVITABI.K part troubles r.re most dangerous beproduce good fruit abundantly and in the World War." cause of their insidious attacks; net the owner a profit. Senator Harding, as chairman of Heed the first warning they give The course in vegetable gardening ( the Bepublican National Convention that they need attention by taking is planned with reference to the .n ton;. needs and limitations of farm condi"No political party can draw a tions and will include the care and table chart for our ship of state amid management of the hot beds and cold Kurope's warring ambitions, lust for frames, selection of varieties for power or battles for self.preservu-tinn- . quality, fertilization, crop rotation In Justice points the way through for the garden, succession crops, methods the safe channels of NKUTUALITV." The srarld'a SMadard remedy thtaethsee CJtordera, will often ward off of cultivation for farm gardens and end atreafthati the body afin This was only ten months before the storing of vegetables for lion." America' entrance into the war, and further tucka. Three eisee, ail dragaiete. use or for the market. the Republican platform adopted at Vmk far Hm mtmm CU MasUl ess nr, tee ALL DRUGGISTS SELL IT Careless Pedestrians. NF.U-TRALT- Y New-Yor- VICTIMS RESCUED COLD MEDAL die-eas- Up-ha- Wanted Garrard County volunteers to join our Army of Customers. 1000 Electric Light and Po For the Farm 's Don't be deceived Come to our store and get our prices on MEN'S . Munsey Building. I) C FURNISHING GOODS. HARDWARE AND Washington tiNRRRRRnMflsuuisRRVf?lljRRM A Woman's Tip. iSRcKHRsSRRRMKsvRRRRTRRRTBisW fcCWRRCRRRBJrTTaRH sWJRR "ti't s mjm, L, V srftaaaW RSRRMsRRRRRRRRE''' Install th CoWWatcd (From the Topeka Capital! Recently a "frdnt-oifice- " man showed an lady through one of the largest manufacturing plants in the city. She was nu interested mid intelligent observer and the man did his best to explain things as he went along. When the tour of the plant was finished the lady said, "Thank you very, very much I Let me express my appreciation by asking you to buy yourself a good cigar," and she handed him a coin It was a nickel. n GROCERIES. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Get in the habit of trading at our store and you will like it. Harding's Rooteveltitm Selecting an electric light and wer plant is a serious proposition. YwtshouWknowhowtouoit wist know, for instance, that the engine is the most vital of any plant and that severe Kitengine to pieces is a menace vibration which nicks always to be avoided ; No The Silas VibrationNo Noise -' Alamo has a noiseless starve valve motor. It is Uw ssssl iWriinaitdftjietf rususwigtyjseof motor ever built. Inadditiea, la ao aaaareaa vibration In the Silent Alamo. Thus the rflke lh mater ia miiatained. sad steady, reliable Mrvica arrest See a a'sasr.iaatfuioa of due reeaarluUe plant asm Learn fur yourarM why it ia prttrtfnl rvtryukrrr. If you caasot firasa if) laslay, 'phone or write for a representative. KCKEft 1 MUMIO, fcvWfe "In seeking a prototype for Colonel among public men of the country, one finds the closest resemblance to Aaron Burr "The same ambitious, the same overbearing disposition, the same ungovernable temper, the same in disregarding the ties of friendship, gratitude and reverence, the same tendency to bully and browbeat, and Anally, the same egotism and greed for power and the same mental tendency generally." From an editorial in Senator Harding's Marion (Ohio) SUr during the Roosevelt ruth-Ussne- ss THE Big Store Scott & Son, Props. A. T. al caapaifa 1913. Th Central Record, Lancaster. Ky.. Thursday Sapt 30, 920 1 Get Well! Your Blood and Nerves Need Iron The mmt powerful and l official in Nature itclf eomtur.dl with other tonic in all medicine for the Mood highly tniiicitl tnmdial mm, High medical The story of the diccwrv i'f f lit nm! nrn-ri nuthoritir njrrrc on tin, Hut it n new fonn of iron n nlmott like a n miMakr to take nny ordinary form fairy talc and iikiIic.iI fcut.ee It.v to pet r.vlifi.vctory proved ti ol iron nml t.r doubt it remit. Mot of tlip common furnu rtmarkalile iowii. of iron nrp what if known in icirncr m "inert" Kfaii'P when taken into Acid Iron Mineral may lw procured the human system they exert no in either liomd or the more con action whatever Perhaps thin is why venient tahlet form at anv dnic tore you have Uen disappointed when It eimtain no alcohol or iinurmu- yon law taken certain pills or tabids Inic tAid will t.ot Matkin the tith It ha or tonic to contain iron, ctnllv notH thnt The new way to restore iron to the pale, puny elnKIrm wuifc r. Mood the tiret nnd mot drpnd-- J pton and thoi' im'nlUd hv ne through the now improtitiicrt it aide of nil method i tvi.iM in- u.e of Aeiil Iron Mineral, Tine l crr.vcd Hnncth I'r.o-- t miMtliatciy catural form of tolublo iron, foundlaftcr startiup tnatmcut. s SIMPLE AND DURAHE RACK FOR SEED CORN Can Made From Small Pieet ol WeldW Fence Wire. Why man we made this cigarette for you! le rni As rirt im-tn- lilccd-makit.- Near Meutrprccf as Any Device Can Be Made When Suspended From Ceiling and Affords Ample Air Circulation. ln 1 For Sale by Stormei Drug Store. A lmple nml durnhle rnrk for tor Inc nnd ilrj lue seed corn nn ! made from n mnll lece of welded win fence. Till rmk when nixinlil n ii wire from tin elllnc It at near iiioum proof ii nny uch device can he wade, nnd afford iiinple pnee for of sir. A on nhout clclit Itirlii'o of finer IrirtmlliiK (in uprlclit wlrr l nr rurk, n Inrpt iilltiilirr of tlnin mnj-- lie limclf nt n - Am slssssssssss Vsw sBe ssa BsW. sBp sTm sT4srJBsT4r rjf Mnnll TO llUlko riilrn c't. tl" if the Inhrnl wlrin of tti tllf' llt'VlCf cut fnn fmir pBeeejBpBSeepBSk VBVrsTJsTJsTjVsTJsTJsrdsTJsTJssesTA ' WHY NOT Deposit Your and Become Independent The Garrard Bank & Trust Go. A "J Hemtmade Oat.A. eBBBjeBBBBBBY CAMELS completely you'll agree they were made to meet your taste! Unique flavor, fragrance and due to Camels quality and expert blend of choice Turkish and choice Domestic tobaccos are a revelation! You will prefer the Camel blend to either kind of tobacco smoked straight! With Camels you can go the limit mellow-m- fit your cigarette BBBBBBBBBBT ild-body Seed Corn Rack. ttic lili irn iikIii THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Capital $50,000. A. R. DENNY, Surplus $50,000. J. Book-keeper. of lld off. A of Imy win- mn l.o ii tt iic luil to tlic uppt'r wid f nrinl it n linndli'. Soint- nri inilili Willi I In' lower wires mi cliie totetlier tlint It limy lit-- iMvenry to cut off eery ntlier one to keep th nir from loin him: nml to niton- ihh ulr clrrtilntlon. i tit- ll:lillv 11 f rum mi uprlKlit lr nml nn pUv nf It. Sli.ir'ti tin- - ciuN vf Inltriil ulr". mid IkimI will not iiinril that rnr tiiu pU-c- 30 ti U-- iJiiHh me r Wt trie Htmoflf ftmmmmml I kit R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO mhit rrm IttrmL without tiring your taste. They leave no unpleasant cigaretty aftertaste; no unpleasant cigaretty odor! To get a line on why Camels win you so completely compare them with any cigarette in the world at any price. You'll pre-f-er quality to coupons or premium! ! puff-for-pu- ff CO., Winston. Saltcn, N.C. Honor Roll Bank President. S. C. DENNY, Cashier FAUL ELLIOTT, Individual E. STORM ES. Vlce-PreC. M. THOMPSON. Teller. st Book-Keepe- r. HUGH MOBLEY, General G. B. WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. Swinebroad. Alex It. Denny, J. II. Poiey, J. E. Stormes, C. Denny, A. T. Sanders, Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors. OErtelS DOUBLE-DAR- K Have it in your sonou, medicines. Is beneficial In LmV of ! mentn It thl Aral, which, Use of Silos Becoming Mere and Mora small, thoueb Injurlou In Inrte quan-- , ,' , Irrleattou, proOuret n- No man who Is not p rased w"h nrtlflrlnl Before-S- ome Common Than Ever tltlet. . I ,,:iSrM''; with himself, even In a .atonal .en.e. of Advantages. 7 f,,M"" "nd cthrn..-Krrd- r,ck can ple. f.u- - or ' At tlil of the jenr, the que, dera. tlon of sllak'e l nlwny nti ItnportHnt one. There H le imminent iicmIwI for llo nt tin) present time tlmn lu I'een tnie In the for their u Is more ntid more eonimon, Somo of I !m prllielpnl mhaiitnceH of xllo nr', they reipilre le op.ire for rniiBlmci' tlmn nny other tjpe of Mnr-neMlnse liowi n uimmJ effect on Mock: It rolde "HCflllint feetl In iiiniiier nt well n In winter; there l no wnMe In f nc Ml.iv1. for If 10 OC'LOCK. It I of )tl.lllty the cnttle will rNllll It tip: It l enler to hiimlle In winter or ilurliif n hixv time tlmn hock fodder; lt nlne n n fei lint lncrened III proMirtlon to other feed lit "i It It JilMllt ecoiiotnlenl to SILAGE OF BIG IMPORTANCE Proper Pnde Neceaaary. laudanum and other pot-- , !? , . T' c T " Why Birds Ntvsr rail. n ih fixit whrn the Hint cannot lec hrtit that It tlie rrftxin (hey do not fall off their perchet when ntleep. If ynu wntcli hen walking you will notice thnt It n It to,. If the fixit unit npetit them whea . tlei It tourhet rlo' the CrolllnL pt Wednesday, Oct 6 rard County Land SUBDIVIDED. It eer wa. n' 180 Acres of The Best Gar- BIG ESSENTIALS InJ POULTRY The Drink that Leaves a Pleasant Memory hin at all times Incorporated Makers of Oartels Double Dark, Oertels Dark and Oertels Light. N. L. Curry Groccry.Co. Distributor, Harrodsburg Ky The OERTEL Co. Louisville, Ky. Breeder Should Aim for Early Maturity and High Egg Production for Best Results. Knrly inntiirlty unit lilch vse proeiitlnlt, In duction nre ho two protllnhle poultry kecpluc. If the Mn mlii rd of the fnii'ler-lo- et not innke for utility or N n hlmlrnnre tiicon-trtictltutility hreedlllir, then the Miindnrd It In imh of rellon, VhethiT4t he In cntllo, lioret, klieep, wine or poultry, the core card thnt dltcrlinlnntet In the leant ntnlnM utility viilne It n hlmlrnnre to the ln-deieliipuient of thnt liwd. Of courne e "Qis FARM OF J. C. MORQAN CITIZENS P NATIONAL BUNK. OF LANCASTER KENTUCKY. ) I 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, Cashiar. 1TOTICE t. there ore oTtnln dlMliiculthH lirwd rhnrnrterlMlrx thnt miiM he hut the-- e, nt n rule, nre not the fine polntt which nre n continual hindrance to the pood lirceder. puhllc opinion I' on the xldo of the conitrmtlve tiinln-mineIm-cde- On the CJooch pike, one milu of Point Loavull anil railroad station, ,ri mili-.of l.anca.stfr. In K"l nt'lirhborhotitl, line farminj; section of Garrard County, and close to .splendid xchools and churches. s Auction ... .... UIU ALFALFA DIFFICULT TO CURE Where Two Cuttings Are Mad Is Green at Each Time on count of Moisture. Grass Ac--v t i of which is kept Locked. Thu bank has two Time Leek Safes, one B. F. Hudson, President. J, J. Wulker, L. G. Davidson, Cashier. W. O. Rlgney, Asit. Cashier. Joe J. Walker, Ant. Cashier. Wm. F. Miller. Teller. Mrj. N. C. Hamilton, Ais't Teller. W. 0. RIGNEY. Fwitral Lancaster, When two cuttlnct of nlfnlfn nre mnile. the gmm It very cretvi lit the time of each cutllne. It Is therefore difficult to cure, not only lncuue of the Inree ntiioiiut of wnter the Irnxet contnln, hut nlo on account of the I arte and niciuletit Mcni. With very cood liny w nther the flrnt crop tun) lie put In the mow In nhout five diijt after It In cut. hy nllnwlne It to lie In the swntli and with the ue of n liny ttdder. On the other timid, niluy wintl.tr will risult ufn jxicr quality of Imy. An ideal country home, with all modern conveniences. frame dwelling, hall, hath room, front and hack porches; Genco electric lights in dwelling and also nt stock barn; water works supplied hy water from larue cistern tit barn ; also hg cistern at dwelling Dwelling is iocated about the center of the farm, has a beautiful lawn to the pike with line old shade trees, such as take a life time to trrow. Ideally located and with attractive surround-inirs- . Lartre stock barn, I I xT2 with 'JO foot eves, has sheds and box stalls, and will house r acres of tobacco; tine six acre tobacco barn, I()x72xlfi one 12 acre tobacco barn, 20xl()x Ml; new KiiraKe, and all necessary out builditiKs. Splendid (J room tenant house. Fine orchard with plenty of fruit. Ktrtlle productive land, which has been well taken care of and is now all in Krass except .'JO acres, 8 acres in tobacco and 22 acres in corn: balance in blue IMPROVEMENTS: 8 room ..v.i, ltll ments, all in Krass, or 50 acres all in Krass fronting' on pike, or 80 acres improvewith the tobjtceo barn and tenant house, on this tract is the corn and latest tobacco this year. You can buy just the number of acres you want, as we always sell to suit the purchasers. ... . , - POULTRY CONFINED TO YARDS LOTI?.,S,FI!M iK'i ER- - hasy Terms. JM Dktcttr and Emtafotr Residence Phone 33. Fowls thoulst Always Be Supplied With Green Feed Good Range Is est for Chickens. Lancaster office, or H. Dever For further particulars see J. at my I)anvilkofrice, likv ' it is up Possession January 1, 11)21. C. MorKan at the farm, W. K. Moss or H. A. Dickenson or Georce Swinebroail at mv W,,.,s 'mr m Office Plume 18. Kentucky. Chlcktns confined to simill yard supplied with tretii iilwnjs fiiil. such as lettuce, I'rouled ouIk. ulfulfn or clour, but the txst plme to Miould Swinebroad. The Real Estate Man LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. rnle IfiKxl chickens successfully Is ruiice where av eitru gn u ' la rnjulrtd. Th Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Sapt 30, 1920 A Treatwed Memory 3 f. B. Swope Farm I Br MURIEL LEE 13. lilt, Wtrn .N..p.fr I nun) "I've got to il'i It. Warner" poke old Hubert I rrl ill. Tin offered WRIGLETC The children love Wrifiley's-a- nd it's good for them. Mt4c under condttkxic of - - AT - - , AUCTION Saturday, Oct. 2nd AT TWO P.M. AT BRYANTSVILLE, KENTUCKY WE WILL SELL A SUBDIVIDED FARM. ' , tlm tin rvtit mi lire puylng for my !. I liium- - uii'l I tini.t take ud- .tinmge or i itMirititiiiy m mmnv my liiniiiif." "Very ill," nn'i'Mli-i- l Itlchnrd WarW mi' nlil friend ner HUd u tin t Imi'H good tilllillt-- - I )cni ktinvv lint. When we took lint tiotiv for Ile )on lutltiiuiiM lliat wt-- might renew It for n lifetime If Wl' Wlnllfd. TllTl Will Utile went In tin- - Milne, for tny wife liml liit-friend. )nir wife' Tln-run4 Miini'iliiiii; klinl of iicrii Miree luet lit absolute cltanlinttt and f IllMHIt Iiotlle where, o long for IhiIIi of ll." Ilia. llilll lUltl mtl- - trouibt fo tfrtffl In Wrialcy's HoIhti i Ivrrlval thought taik ntnl Iim I int Well to. IihiI - rernlle-- l tin In liming What is the first thing a parents thinks of a child? Education, Society and Church Well you have first a GRADED SCHOOL in two hun- dred yards of this place. tages are yours. You can own a farm back where land is cheaper, have an ideal home, where the above advan- - Five or ten acres will, or should appeal to you. Church es in easy reach, a fine community. Any man who has ever liv- 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 it located two small houses, one splendid cottage, fruit, three splendid barns. This farm can easily be cut into five acre blocks and all face the pike. Now .Come And in the last thirty-fiv- e 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, "land is going down." What do you think of the man's judgment missed for thirty-fiv- e who has friend uri'tipy tin- - olil home who li.nl known i:iln- ninl tri'iiiired litr memory iilino-- t a fully hlmelf. It I )'Mii left article of furniture mid HilnriiiiK'iit when Ih broke up houe. h( a ho- keeping ninl tiMik fi'l bet alllled. In Judged, Id II lonely old limn Mr. thing." "Another lll haw In mute out Wnriier. In April mul our tl.itiicMi'r .Margery I to iiiurry In June. Pour child die lllle. tilt lllll plllie IK If lll llilll Imi'M bom In It Hut no linnl fiiliii.'. I'er-il- . Vim mut liNik out fur your t l'iterel, of cource. Vour new wimt in liMik m it tlic lioiix', I hellt-t)nii wilij V "Ye to ugget llii" ilfninitlori mul Mile change," nnueriil I'erclval. I "Well, lni: ii kiy In tin- ilixir. We uinit lie m liotiii' tomorrow. Mj wife ) ulii' would cry nit t tu iv Mmiiger who nri' coins III MIIVIIll It Ilk.' II ll'lH riltloll to Iiit If I could kITiipI It I uoulil meet your term ninl remain, lint we tune tu figure on our llttli- - nil." Hubert IVrrhni wa not iritunilly ii grnplng man, hut mi ltiere:i' of r ri'iit nltlioiisli Him litimlnil - profiteering, wn n ,nt j it lookiil llkitemptation to thi nrnrlrluii prompt me. ! iirrcnt wllli tliiif out of t I Joint 1'vi'rywlnTv. illntlrliil ninl ttnoany hi Iii puriii'l lil wiiy I llf lunl ili'iirly liiMil liN ulf.v After il.'HiTi tlii-rwu it niri' romfort It look-- , IIiitralllns iiniii tliu W'nnu-r- . r n tlmiisli tlif)' It.nl in IihnI tlii nppi'nrntHV of mmiy roomi no tin')- liml liifii, Tin' rluilr Ktlii'l liml at In to m'iv imvuiiIiiI it" olil tf mi plmv iifiir tin wlnilow Tin rurtnln I IVrrlvnl liml ehrn tlii-tami ilrmn-rti"- ! l lind n lfi tluiuch lil In miiuntluil tlifiu out ninl liuns t lit-- r wny. All ilil con' own ami romfortiil IVrcltnl. xl ilny lie ri'tlnltml It now. Tli lie foiitnl Ihi Wmir nlinit ntnl hlni.flf In tit tli wing ilmir. Sotm. how It n like tntiTliit tin lunTootn of (xilennnt inemorli. A In ponnnl from room to room, In ovory one I lien wnn, mini' trnri of ftili'llty to tlif tntto of hi ili'pnrtiil wife. Wlii-- lie canii to tin nun parlor Hint liml lii'U n to hi wlfi. Iut portrnlt on tho tool lu liml omv rownil. witll. a pillow alu liml mtuli nlmot liruuuht him to Hit xliit of liftrn. It ni of Ntt nmt n linllnmil ham nnil reninr' appifiliil to M hettor nature, m hi rtflicli'il llu pain nmt ilNoomfort In witi raimlus trlnl I anil true frlonili who hml lovi Ktlii'l nml hail never cinfi'.! to In the rciui'mliiT lier. III n'rrrlr nnj half Inclination In i ! allow hi olil tenant to remain wen I ilUtnrluil liy tin arrival of tin iH'ople who hail made the proportion to take the plai'i' at nn nthniireil rule. Mi let ! them In ami regarded them for the flmt lime, for hi ttenlliic with them liml hei'ii rnrrlei! on entirely by rorre-( poniience. They woulil tiike the only If altereil ft they ilelre1, liuu j they hml written, ninl xhnwlnc them IVrclxal aliout fri:n mom to ro-iwnlle.1 toenr what they woulil ny. I Wlthlnve mlniiten he realized the vakt cntrat between tliev Imnl. new. ( ly rich people nml the Wnrner. The ' woman ua caprlrloii. I altuiKt lnoleut. There limit be a thorough renovntlun, The piiH'r on tytv of n patt Hie wnlN wnt of tin I century I The ami parlor mut be con- rerteil Into a imi'lc room. Tliot abomlnnble raES of ilrnperle muat be nml replaced with enudy pnlterti ( ' prm-rede- Satitflat Hit crtvint for awattSe aids diamioruswfct-an- a brcafn. aKava tMrst and Mat kaca tatth dcan. Coats llttla. banaffta much. "! in-nn- Still 5c Everywhere lii-r- jt iav THE FLAVOR , LASTS l t. roi oit 11 i' pun''''. A-15- 3 . hiipt-nni- i oll tt pt And Not B Blue. Height of something or Other. When you know a man to be yelOur Idea of the bright of something low It I Jut at well to draw the or other I a cornfed girl Mugazlne. color line. Cartoon Jammed Into a tin bathtub that la attached to a motorcycle. Arkansas Their Olvtnion. Tbomae Cat. Jud Tuskln a)ilhat aotne mea on a horae who would aconi New Pen Wiper. race play politic. Mrlrtly aa a came An Kngllhmsn has Invented a pea of chance. wiper consisting of a glass cap filled with a sponge saturated with glycerin, LlaMe Slfnal Time. which has a preaervatlve effect Oa Time la alcnaleil to veaaelt la the pens. harbor of Lisbon by two lights, which re automatically lllomlaated Ore tala otea before tbi hour and extinguished The nominal horsepower of aa eaat the hour; gle la deteraaloed by an approzhaata formula of which that of tbe National Tallest gatraw The record la held by the setr ol aatftsaoblle chamber of coauaarc la I Norwich -. cathedral. whlek u) the most common. According to thbj 114 feet high. Tbe original agir wgg the horsepower la equal to the square deatroyed by lightning la lata, th of the diameter of tbe cyltsder tlasaa I present iplre being aboat S0 yean tbe number of cylinders divided by, two and old. 200-poun- trlet -g- one-hal- fiiult-tlndln- cMic)ftie!i anal ayyarauc thai wimiii bttauty, graca aafJ rsrfiwaaaa-a-t of aWaiga. Evory Wail of coMfructkm roflocU tka fMiiwUsuiig skill of oxporto wImm ayriaaco is available omly to larga IN BIG-SI- X rfanizatioiM. a H. P. detashshle head asetert Ia4ersasalala staaisalssietii lM4aeh wheelhsis, prsTidaag aarade ressa for sevea aatalti. All J years? It has not happened yet. Get in the procession or get in the hearse. life. Come right on. There, are two places in I Only two kinds of folks, they are the living and the dead. I I "Vou won't!" almot ahnittetl IVr clvnl, otice they were out of the houe. "Why I theo vnmbiU would modem-lithe il nee. n they rail It, till It wn a aort of gewgaw muoeuui, Dltturb the atili parlor when lltln-- l pKmil the hapilet hour of her life' Throw nlilo the obi mementoe that the Waro cherUh that keep Ktbel In my ner l way I mliu! In n comforting, No, ami Margery withe to lie married here, nml they have maile nil their ixMi-vfti- color' e Card Tif Stitiltkar can alea with tiaakir 3lnl.bat at awaiadaaa I'Jhit u m Stuhmkr VW" MINT LICK GARAGE PAINT LICK, KY Terms are easy. Keep step with progress. plan. Anil the wa Mich n favorite A Brass Band there to furnish the music. with Ktbel. When I have told Warner how athametl of myself I am for over thinking of auch n thing a turning Mm ndrlft. I'll probably feel li like a incak and mon Ilka a man than I do G. C. Walfcsr, Uaclitir Jmt now."" D. A. Thomas Jas. I. Hamilton i : a It chanced that Margery came home a I'erclval wa itumbllngly telling Mr. ami Mm. Warner that he tud cliansed hi mind. "You can have a leu no of the houte If you want 111" b for fifty declared, and when Margery Impelu-oualkilled Dim, wltb hippy tear In her eye. Robert I'erclval know thai the love of auch friend waa greater (has rlcbe aad aaia. yi-ar. y 3 I The Central Record, Lancastei . Ky.. Thursday Sept 30, 920 1 "They would see n cause of colosThat, nl'o, ,i a fact well known I J sal importance brought down to the to nil oplr level of the hustings as If it were the A retail merchant can buy the arprime purpose not to confer n memo- ticle vrr want from the manufacturer! Only within the Senate itself ha rable boon upon mankind but to carry or wholesaler for consitfcrnbly less, Sengovernment by, f nnd for the the next election." than we would have to pay if we I ate ever found fnvor. The Senate And ft I to the mot reactionary ordered direct from the factory, . ha always been regarded a the bul- nnd the narrowest of the clique of That is the discount made by mami'l wark in our Government of the great thi Senate that Harding proposes to factures to all driller. vested Interest rntlicr than of the turn the Government of the nation I consider myself moil fortunate lo be able to announce to you thai I have in my hands That t still another fact which popular will. Individual Senator over, no extraordinary amount of to offer to the highest and best bidder. have been patriot nnil gTcnt popular brain to understand. loaders, hut the Senate n n body has If we send awny ourselves for what not been thr campaign of popular we want all of the money paid for When n farmer ships a car load of! government. the article goes out of the community The present Semite exemplifies the cattle, or n ton of hay, or any other away to the city market the and help to enrich ome person In established record nnd reputation of product some other community. the body. It is but logical that thr money he received beccme n part of If we buy from n local denier the the wealth of thi community. arrogance of nonu of it lender wholesale price only W sent away, It i upon the income from the pro hould seek now, through the elec-lio- n dealer's profit remaining in cir- owned by J. B. Woods and situated in the very heart of the Blue Grass, on the Richmond and Hnrdlng, to uurp duct that we htp nway th.it we de- the of Senator pend for the prosperity of our home culation n part of the wealth of our Lancaster turnpike (also known as the 200 mile Federal Highway and also known as "Broad-way"- ), the function of the President. community. McCall, of Massachu- people. That I the most vital fact of all, 3 2 miles South of Paint l.ick, Ky., and 8 miles East of Lancaster, Kentucky. That fact is plain to every thinking setts, in an article In n recent magaand yet it n one which many excelzine, ppenk thu of the Senate action person. Kvrry article we comsume or use lent citizen seemingly fail to comon the League f Nation: prehend, j "Thi moral decadence ha shown must come from some source, A home trading community is InIf it i produced at home the money Itnelf in the recent notable debate for it all remains in circulation at variably prosperous upon the treaty. Aforeign trading one is more often Referring to flturc readers of the home. Hut if It is I ot produced here depresed we must buy cNwhere. hitory of thi time, he ay: n we make it In either c.ie.it AT TEN O'CLOCK. A. M. Government By T Senate. The ALL FOR YOU Garrard County's Greatest Farm Just A Few Fact. Tuesday, October 12th LOCATION AND ENVIRONMENT. JUST LIKE Prarie Of Iowa. WEDNESDAY, OCT 13th 1 ' SOIL This land is known by every progiessive farmer in Garrard County to be as good and possibly better than any other farm in the County or in this section of the state of Kentuc- ky. la of the clay and limestone bottom with a deep, rich and fertile top. Will produce 1500 to 2000 pounds of tobacco per acre and of the highest type Barley quality. Will make 60 to 80 bushel of corn per acre and a great producer of hay, Red clover and blue grass. Not one acre on this entire farm can be found that will not grow tobneco. This farm is located on three good turnpikes, a good village of about 100 people, only mile from the farm, good school and church one-hamile, in a good neighborhood, composed of the "Best People on Earth" ideal place to rear the child and where any man would like to spend his days. Three miles to High School. This farm has in all about 300 acres, we will subdivide the farm into about 5 farms. The acreage will run from 20 acres to 100 acres and each tract will have long Situated in Good Old Madison County, Kentucky, on the Berea White's Station Turnpike pike frontage and buildings will be on each tract offered, with possibly one exception. (a good hard surfaced macadam road.) IMPROVEMENTS. About 4 miles west of Berea, Ky., one mile from White's Station, and 9 miles from Rich Eight room frame residence, front porch and lattice porch, at this residence will be found dandy Urge orchard, excellent grape arbor and all small needed. A large mond, Ky. Is known as the Judge John D. Goodloe farm, containing the choice 300 acres of aouoie corn crio, a large comoinea mock ana tobacco barn witn stalls and mangers, this famous farm. will house 5 acres tobacco. On this tract is another da ndy good 5 acre tobacco barn, making house room on this boundary for 10 acres of tobacco. On the premises on Nearly new 4 room frame residence with good porches and good shade lawn, a 3 acre tobacco barn, arranged for stock use, on this tract will be found several good fruit trees. On a third tract of land will be found a large 10 acre tobacco barn in good condition. . On a fourth tract will be found a 5 room dwelling that can be made attractive with little expense. ' On a fifth tract will be found a good residence with 4 rooms, hall and two porches and ,. ( ' AT TEN O'CLOCK, A. M. on this one a good little stock barn. I will offer this farm to the highest and best bidder for the present owners, Moore On a sixth tract will be found a good three room dwelling with arrangement for cow and j horse in small stable. Brothers. A 6 acre tobacco barn. All buildings described except 2 are roofed with I galvanized roofing. LOCATION AND ENVIRONMENT. 1 am not IS THIS LAND WATERED? able to describe on paper just how well it is, t Situated as above stated on a fine macadam road, only one mile from railroad station and but will say that there is a spring or pool in nearly every field on the farm, and these streams are small village, post office and general store and flour mill, 4 miles from Berea which town has good ones. Ask some one if they know anything about the famous spring at Jim Woods place. the Best College in the State, 9 miles from Richmond, a thriving little city of 10,000 people, in AS GOOD LAND AS A BIRD EVER FLEW OVER. mile, a good neighborhood, among good people, churches, country school in about one-haIN AS GOOD PLACE TO LIVE AS CAN BE FOUND. good roads, progressive farmers who raise fine stock, only about 1 mile from Mr. Harry Morgan GOOD SUBSTANTIAL IMPROVEMENTS IN GOOD CONDITION. who raises and sells the Big Type Poland China Hogs, known the state over. A better place A CHANCE OF A LIFE TIME FOR THE MAN WITH SMALL CAPITAL. to live is hard to find. We want to open new county road through the entire farm. JUST ONCE IN A LIFE DO YOU HAVE CHANCE TO BUY THIS FARM IN SMALL SOIL A good rich deep black loam with a lime stone bottom, will produce 1500 to 2000 TRACTS. pounds of high type burley tobacco, per acre, will make SO to 75 bushels of corn per acre, grows NO BETTER TO BE FOUND FOR THE MAN LOOKING FOR LAND. wheat, oats, red clover, timothy and blue grass in abundance. 90 per cent of this farm is just like the prairie of Iowa, just ready for the tractor plow, lays nearly level with slope sufficient to PERSONAL PROPERTY. drain. Just what your son likes to cultivate and what you will want when you see it. At the same time and same date we will sell the personal property of this good farmer, We will establish a new county road through the farm and will make running from 25 acres to 100 acres, and want to sell this farm so that the consisting of farming implements of all kinds, live stock of all kinds, including mules, cattle, subdivision in tracts cows and calves, sows and pigs, shoats. 65 head of fine young black faced ewes, a lot of fine little man will have a chance to get some of this fine farm, and have a home in the future. hay and everything known to prosperous and progressive farming. Maps and Blue prints will be on hand at the sale, and lines positively established, so TERMS Mr. Woods wants to give the small man a good chance to make money and that you will know exactly what you are buying. states that he will make very liberal terms and make the thins; easy for the man who wants to To parties wanting any piece or part of this farm we will meet you on the ground when! own a home. These will be fully announced at the sale. Don't forget the day! Don't forget the importance of attending this sale and do'nt forget survey is made and run the line just like you want it. to tell your friends about it. one-ha- lf lf SUB-DIVISIO- N rat-pro- oi lf SUB-DIVISIO- N " -- IMPROVEMENTS. v General Goethals, Assistant Chief, PERSONAL PROPERTY. and General Crowdcr, Provost Mar (ieneral. Other Republicans shal, aVt ftlls Aal nt 1 tW anri Sn I a It a a ikaiM mamsmmbI MMANaHtu J a wall all fni MAaa R . 'given high place were Keppel. .Scott . sisting of one pair 9 year old mare mules, one pair 6 year old mare mules, one pair 5 and 6 yearjnnil stettiniu. Assistant .Secretaries old mar mules, one pair 3 year old mare mules, one sorrel walking mare, a good one, only 4 'of War; Admiral .Suns, Commander years old, and holds a promising future. SIX good milk cows, hogs, all sizes, good quality and. of our oversea naval force; Harry just what you want. Farming implements, all kinds, about 50 tons of excellent hay, 800 bar-- ' Harneld. Fuel Administrator; Herbert Administrator. Chas. 00"' rels of corn, and numerous other items belonging to live progressive farmers. i.M. Schwab, Frank Vanderllp, Henry We want you to come and look this farm over, for you can never appreciate just what it! I' Davison, Julius Itosenwuld and is without seeing it. This land will stand close inspection and the undersigned will take time many other distinguished lUpublicuns , were puiccu on war ooiirus. and go ever this carefully with you, or Moore Brothers will show you at the farm any day. Tuft Justice Hugbej Remember the day, the place, the thing and come to the sale. and CornyJIus lliM.yx.ltepubllcsn National Tkasurvr. wfe slmaalled Into serviced The wnva uotcon- t ducted on a lurtuwi bails. 1 A Excellent 8 room residence most conveniently arranged and a good house, built a few years ago, when good lumber could be obtained. Servants house, wash house, meat house, garage, wood shed, coal shed And every outbuilding that could be desired. A large cow barn made and designed especially to keep your milk cows, a large com- Why Not Be Truthful? bined stock and tobacco barn 14 by 84 feet with silo at side and if I must say it, I think the best The Itepublican charge l'reidcnt constructed barn I ever saw, all conveniently arranged for any kind of stock you wish to handle. Wilson with conducting the war on A new tobacco barn that will hold 10 acres of big burley tobacco, galvanized roof and a good a 'pnrtis.ui basis, distrusting Itepub one. The fencing is the best wire fencing, hog tight, horse high and cattle strong. lican patriot and appointing his own partisan. Why not tell the truth? IS THIS LAND WATERED? (ieneral Pershing, Commander-in- No better watered farm to be found anywhere, pools, springs, spring branch, ponds and Chief in France, was a !N'publican, n wa (ieneral March, Chief of SUIT;, every arrangement for water. R. G. WOODS, PAINT LICK, KY. MICKIE SAYS BCHOMIN' tVtf-- l Nl. Nil UiCa9t(OH TUIM aWt . UKC tONVt at anfc Qua. I uscaita oo Of r (1lg Art.i In Pjrks, Ti.ere arc Is i.nikhinI MrW In II stale aii'l lerr lorei and coin. prWnr marl simnm ncr,. f mil. snj Hie ,inen an I urettry Mscatlutf of Wnliliitfttwi btatut ol fcgypuan rung. An l.c.vptl.in Matuo of Kins lin lvn acquired by lh Museum nf the I .inn re for Jut over Tli statue, which lin In a I'renrli prince' iselon Uif 1H'4I, n crint work of said li It ski liaillv mutllatitl tliou- nrL snin1 f )enr before CbrUt hjr th liliiC MiMeet. wrathful oer his N-e- ar IE R. 6. WOODS, PAINT LICK, KY. We, however, are of a Itavur vf Americans. htily in favor ifj uuis, Must FN. TlieiVs KiHurthliit; im tae nlllt to Oo ilimcmlt rlL Vet lnm often w let oar sway from ut. lli hi n Mimll town divlJoO sta wu)4at slur for n while Tlicn one day a IiUsiIiikuUIkiI visitor rata lo sad the town wanted to do bUn hooar, Tftv iuiik ladjr was delighted wbsa (sti hhi nskttl i sing, lint alas, sae far Mow r when sbt attasBBt- d to ting, unit perfonaaur waa iiiitml diiimlntiiictit. One caa't 'keep 111 without keepluc at Ui fltuag I ( rl u Kp tw u ir 1 a The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Sept 30, 920 1 ACRES OF FINE LAND SIX MILES FROM DANVILLE ON THE STANFORD PIKE fl. 111 J W?EAEL UN UUKNtn Strands Are The Best in Life By GENEVIEVE ULMAR rUol vPbmUb1mshLLLCi1 Htlvnt qtMMMBlr Muni'. Seldom Stretched Tight Enough to Remain lor Any PUBLIC SALE We Will Sell For Warren Wheeler 10 Great Period. ANY Ik Ittt. tVr.i.tn Nwt..ir L'ninn l TlintV tlin nlil fltrttl," nntiniinriil Stti Itnrtlny. fvlfiiillns Iriwnnl th rmup In ttn lmun nf Mr. Mnry Wllliinl .Ml TASK PERFORMED TIME ryf plmtncriipli, tteri' fiftiM-i- l im tin plrturc u r m I 'tilt In lh Irrtlawni t4 Hi i9lm iMI Tfi iin.Ramem.ticlk.rtt. "fan diaraurattd knM Otat aMw rallmt Hani'. Sat. nmnnr back. tt mm p.l.l. kodb ltbt i Vnti.eea MI,tCutMM, ffm A mm Co luff t STORMES DRUG STORE. ft nf lirnnTittl-liinklin- fn.r llnltli nf , Krnlti nml n mi n fiirinlinur, pretty Inkf FINEST RESIDENCE IN pnrrh," rnntlntiotl fntlnT left inn tin iltu-tlirit jtiiri npo, hut I cm , tn tnily itislnnTlni nml cntn In tlm rlt).M f nil the Mr. Wllliinl A Milium fetite MMtliuIri tri'l) liol ticliilv i'IdiiicIi io Mimlii ri'irnnlfil tin plmln mnt rlixnly ntnl n It lr tnnnlli ltin Ui'it ii m ( n I... .run fcliirk, It i not Innpltiely. miW M'iiitiMn; nf ii r'riK'li t tin UtirtlHy liirntni' In-- Imiinlnr ll wn lllulT tnrt. imi.iT. I. nt rutin r lUtimlt tu ttreitli ri fntiirltn frmn tin v An mmle tlclilflier. ut litnrly, nrrniiiinntlntliic. tlmri' n Unit iChih lull 111 tilt' lllllllT t", Milken It nlmttt hN frit. Iintif:t ttnyt thnt HIS 417 ACRE FARM, LOCATED HALF WAY BETWEEN DANVILLK AND STANFORD, idlf tu tlchtrii tin- - feme ut him ilHtrini'il tlm ixM tfti ttiptf ttlintti Ih Mr Wllliinl nri'tittiiiiiHlnti'il. ON THE DANVILLE AND STANFORD TURNPIKE BEAUTIFUL ROAD TO TWO OF THE Hiif TinSlit wn n litly. Iitlktlllic lltllf nm-nh.i fnrm it re et iimiii tin- "t. Mini fniir i')'lnft nf nn Invnllil tlm ln BEST TOWNS ON EARTH. inerliil in tin ii tn prn if tin- - miter lli'. Iiefiift' tin1 etui liii'l.iitnl. Iittt Miinlllv rt'nlvi'i tin I't'ft l tlili fnr lirr twti llttln nlift After tinI'niiriil cli-- j iTfif i mrttlr on Account of the ill health of Mr Wheeler, who muit This iaIc iek milder lm ktmw linw. It . nt tlm Intltie fnnii ntt- - ri inmi'ii. tele lm. llnrrlny tnnk In tin tiny tnt lintiiiir I In-- Mi' iiriitiuilliiL' mImiiiI fiir mate. The fnrm contain 417 Acre and will be sold in two tracts. "0 .h.li Ttn iii nf rim rm I. nr Hi', Hint ttttti Iiit ri'CHnl. It cut t" liulni"" tnmlil n - (lalliffl ate' Ihnt klit Intik nil lu-NO. 1 Contains ."72 Acre and the improvement of a Urge modern two ut the in.iT 'Ii.' upper i'ImIk iiiniii h(I. n Iniiii In lilm. lit- - ttn tint nt nil tlifli In . tory frame residence; all improvement including furnace, hot and cold water, It I' lHIIM'tl 1.hT iihI Immi.I i inniii-- ttny. nml tlm Imiinlfrt niuM nut liiiili'rtniii Imw tin' tiMtmr nf n ltli n pleee Iron lighting plnnt. Three big tobacto slock corn crib, tock acalet, and all other If l I'liitkiil lit m rltit irnfiln Hi n- f li rill rnillil lm tllHt't In lil nltlrf. he'-in ,im wn In .limn Hint ih nu ll t.nccrtsary outbuilding, underground concrete water tank, wind mill, etc. This i one of the in-'t Iiilrillml felite Mire'. to rml, nr In ItImpri'k't Iturrlny' tin fnrm lirctin ImnnliTt i Tin1 tin' moil productive farm in Central Kentucky and one of the beat watered one in the world. .iM'., MM- - tri'iTti-i- l Intn tin' )i'liilt ultli Interckt ntnl t tijoytnt'iit. .mil lit felne Mllet Hlt tliri'llltll tlif "I Imtn nnli'tttl my iidiii In rhnrcn. Long beautiful pike frontage; mott beautiful Avrnue And driveway human eye ever beheld. liuli mi.! henl titer. A itriilt'll N Hp Cphrnlm pnrklti". tn ft nil u miiplf plu.1 In the iIHItil I'llit nf till' pipe nlniie." lm Iiml rftiinrkitl. nml Ar James I. Hamilton would ay, "Buy thi farm and you have taken a front teat in the .tut I In' Mb'ii l ilrilMII Up H llclillt rlcht Vlllnril'k uliikiimn fmv emw Intn Mr. .. ili .iri il nf IKK' nf tlif i n lnii; kinilt n tlm llrkt Theatre o Life." Thi farm i known a the Hawkins place. ':.!,! Mr hnliir "lmti In tin- - 'n tntl'frrli Cln rrlon fnl nrrltnl. In n uepll.'il rl tn pretelit tie limt'il, linn iimri Imrrlfk nml TRACT NO. 2 Contains 45 acres with long pike frontage with no improvements. Tract n In- fri.m uiiuruppliii:. Tliee rtrhi- tnliln. Tlif"!' nrrltitl in mi pnrlino-riliu- i stle m.ii'hi' nre timile nf litti.v itinntlilt'. Tliom ttn n linrrrl No. 2 i lorated just aero the pike from Tract No. 1. n i ri'ii Umz ettuusli In tit liter tlie full nf crt't'tt p''n nml ert'on nnlnn li..Hii hihI tttili h imri li"i" ill Mliltiim. kirlns litvitik rnMuiCfk. m r ,'ni tn tit over Hie rtl. Tin-- -- ntrnik ntnl turly nptiln- - tht Innlnr 'i in- dole l tumle liy Ili'lltlMC li'i.l lintt'r I'ffnrt' ktmwn Mlrli nplllflit I'nll ttn n rntitlnuntik In pli'tilttnlt n vn IiIIim. tntpt"' pt'nr. innlniik I a. V. llnrrlny. , Fence Can Be Kept Taut and Add to Neat Appearance of FarmEye. belt Art Inserted in Form Otfere Concrete It Poured. In tlin illktniiii' Tlnit'ii inn "Vnu nn. fcwsassasstiitttiii M. S. CARDS. ut J nliki-rvi- Saturday, Oct. 2nd, at o'clock sharp HATFIELD DENTIST Office over The Garrarrl Bank. Phonet Office 5. Reddenc 376. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. r iii-ll- - - nf - ti. iti J.J.Byrne Exclusive. TRCT conit r- r Opttmitr.it Office Hourt uptodate barn, - I y barn, - n! cnrrrii'l DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. Opposite Gilcher Hotel. S to 12 anal 1 to 5 p.m. I J. A. Beazlev FUNERAL DIRECTOR Oillm Over National Ilnnk. Iteltlf nee Thorn- - 3. Oflice I'l.one 27 LANCASTER. KY. .I . rltfllt-IIIIKl- I - - M. DANVILLE AT PUBLIC AUCTION - t. J. PATRICK. Dentist. Eentuckv Immediately after the farm ale, we will cll for Mr. Wheeler, hi fine home on Maple avenue, Danville Ky. Thi i one of the mott modern brick homes in Central Kentucky, large lot, double brick garage and everything that go? to make a nome of the moat modern type. This ale will take place about 2:00 P. M. Partie desiring to inspect any of this property should call on he undersiged ntnl nppt'tlxllii "iTn lmilnii!illnli ttlnitit nil tlm ImnrtliTi tnlkfi! ilmiit ttni till" ttnuilnrfut fnrm. Hint tn Mm! Mith rttli frullo nf a kfftnlnslv ltmliinitlili' fertility. It ttmiln nttl Hint Paint Lick, Or. Printus Walker REAL ESTATE BROKERS AND AUCTIONEERS. I. M. Dunn fit Co. PHONE 59. AT- - eyt't cniw like t:ir tn lienr nf tin' lientltli't nf the f tin rhll Call fnrm nml tlm crent ilreti tn tlutt nnie lny tliov wnuM wltlt-nttnkt VETERINARIAN. lie Itltuntt j tnketl tn vMt till" etirtlll.V piirilill-It ttiti tntf III the fnll Hint llnrrlny mum tn Mr. Wllliinl. kerlmi nf tnlen. e. Antwered Promptly Day or Nitht. I'hcn. 317. KENTUCKY. LANCASTI'R. DANVILLK, KY. 115 Acres Of Blue Grass Land AU This farm in Wo will sell at public outcry to the highest bidder the splendid Blue Grass Fnrm of J. R. Knox and Miss Fannie Knox, on CTION AT TWO O'CLOCK one-ha- lf Tuesday, Oct 5th miles west of Danville near the located six and and Perryville pike on the Quirks Run pike. This is one of the finest bodies of land ever offered at public auction in Boyle county. It has a beautiful, long pike frontage, fifty acres of virgin soil in timber and the rest is it blue grass and clover. Some of this land has never been plowed and the other has not been plowed for a number of years. The farm well watered and has on it a tenant house. The fence is in splendid dition. The farm will be sold in two tracts of equal pike frontage and then as a whole. THIS LAND IS BEING SOLD TO CLOSE A PARTNERSHIP. Urn neriipnnoy nf twn nttlr rnnin fnr Net Wire Fenct Net to the High. friitxl in n In trnnlile. n Im put way It Good Advertising. Thlt 'n ntnl ttltietl iiliniliitc cecliiklnn fnr Jit, Tightener on tht Corner Poitt timntli nr tttn, Kcept the Fenct Taut and Neat. "Vnu net trniililtxl, Mr. Itiirrlny," h Appearing. lnmllmly, "nnrl kerveil tlm kreti-it!ttmil. iiml inning tin- - Imle with Mill lire Iihi llnnekt tn lllile It. Sllppne iliiel, r imirv puni'li. A ".epunilt tmi uiiiki me n rniitlilnnto nml n rnfi. nr ImiiliT l niiilrril fnr null liel per." ilalitener I .iln It Vjii Horn, l.ln "Very well," cnnfekn Hard nr. "I Mac lii. NVIi., In Pnniliir luill oh II tlm new miner Jnlin Smith. mine. n rnuln nf mine In In rmllty he ,ennii trnnlile. irlven tn ilrlnklne, nml IMPROVE QUALITY OF SILAGE ireUlre lnillilltic lip. tvntrhlnr. etirnur . Htremellt. nml III illtllctlltle niljllkteil." Feed May Be Materially Bettered by 'Ami fnr tlm etiulne twn inntitho Jnlin Smith wnk n rnre nml n worry. At Uting Care in Taking It Out Itm flrft lm ileiiimiiliil ktiinulaiitt, wns Keep Surface Level. rm nml slixtmy, hut flnnlly llnrrlny Tin' iiallty nf thi llnc limy ! jninl hl In) til helper metulitl hlin tn itit't dim nny. nml Hint nppetiritl tn materially ImmiitiiI liy nine Inkilic It nut. Inn't put I lm fork ilmtn he the .'till nf tin' mutter. fit nr iv Iniliiw ilii'i, im ilinitcli Jin a Utile nfter Hint Harrlny mum itltililns minium, litit ni :i fnrk heme ntm ilny In lltnl Mr. Wlllnnl In tn She trletl .... hhle them nml Ulltl tltl)' t'lliM' tl'Cl'tlllT llllll hlillll off Iilettrk. . M : l tin tup. milt tt lint " Irrnilttl tiiim' nuekunniiic, mil iiiihhj fnr tli Iy- fittllinr. KV'i tin .nr rniifeetl. One nf the honnler Imil flirt- - Intel nml n'rliiiii n llttln Ititti-rliniieeil tn Im trntelltis In the illtrlrt lie In which Hie fnrm wii Inentetl, tiriir tilt- - nittrr tt nit. hrnucht hiirk ktrnni:e new. Tlm prnp-ertStill ft' rmumt lu lttttnll.il ni lit hml lii.lt'eil hit n left tn llnrrlny hi nnllinirv rnitclutui'. Tim In I'lilltn: will throw .iiin. nut nf hut there wn n mnrtsnje nn It Hint fleli tlin iiiMiifr.Ti. hihI miiiii' inny lm out left im tipilty nf rnli"eipienre. trrttt nlmik' tin- - fifil nllt-y- . If llili l rrnii nuleil Ilnrt'lny Iiml n )enr In nllnttitl tn rt'tiitilli tliiTt' It will nnli n til. It tn retleem It, knew he rnithl net nml hml ilnnntetl tn nther It run-!- ' n Imil nilnr. prixlue!. rt'iilltllii: tlmt there wn tin SEASON FOR MITES AT HAND linpe nf kerurlnt: nii.tlhlnc whnleter when the ninrtcnse wn fnreiliiitl. Dan-vill- c "Vntl RiMttl. Iinhle IIIHIl!" nlihet Mr If Hent Are Dropping Off In Egg Pro. prelcti'llni: nu hml Hie het W'llnrtl duction It Would Be Good Plan to on I'Mrlli. timl nil the time prnhnhl) Look for Petit. eurliis )ntir niil nwny with worry." pnnr fnrn fnrt fnrm smie Tin' tnlti' MiiMin Ik iuhv ut It" hrlclii. hy"Ve, I'm next )inr hut I'm tnlnc tn he n nml If mil'' linn. Am ilmpplnt nIT In I tint Ami Innk nt tlm priNltii'tlmi fntfr thnn tlmy milly enslneer. mil frtemN I'te pit. Cheer tlmtllil mill If till' .tnlltIL' tiH'k lirt tint In.tnl. crtlliil '" Imly well ii. tliry mtclit t". It iii. ilenr Srnttlne "IVm't think yntir hnvlns it fnrm tintiM W tfll in run fully liiMCt nr Imvlns mine imike imv illffereiiee tlit'lr Inpliik fnr is Tim rttl mlttn iinirttT ilnrlnc ml -tnltii.. to me!" llHkheil fertli Mr. Wlllnnl iln- ilay-Ilililf yon were tlm pnnrekt mnn In llir inn In tin' rnifk unit crrvlCfi iniilfr "If il-" wnrlil. tin riNMtk. nr nt flilirr ftnl tthtTt' tlu-conttlintV "VnitM Innulretl llnrclnv lit'M up; tlmy limy film lit fnuml art' mftly. II tlu lifl nr In llif t'rilt'kf nil "IM work fnr ynti nml illthle tthnt nf Hit- - liitililliic. Tn flltniimif tn the lnt penny, nml nml irity or piilnt ttltli kiTii'tif titnl I'te cutMrk Wlllnnl run nwny tn hhle Ami null' curliolic tu lil. nr. Ictti r till, unml her hite, nml llnr her nrl nllllltltil, rlny klnml t:rl tit nfter her lnt In A 1 ui-rI tiMiM-nlniin-ii- inttrlniii, n Im nrnuii;el fnr Honaker Flie Cnt Flowers. Jfkit M. McRabfrts. N. L. PREWITT Auctioneer SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. Lancaster. Ky.. R. F. D. No. 3 .. I ft 11 r The undersigned hereby give warn tag to all persons not to trespass upon lur lands for any purpote whatever M we will prosecute all offenders tu Huntshe fullest extent of the law. ers and fishermen especially take notice. R. L. Elkln. Mrs. Cora Phillips, Mn. Emma Daniels, i R. I Arnold. Mrs. Snrnh J. I. Hackley. Mrs. Emma lliircinbotham, E.id and N. II. Trice. , S. C. Riirsby. D. M. Anderson. POSTED Uarker U Kelley. J. C. Itietby. Mr. Victoria Andersen, Thorn cn nnd Tracy It. B. ! . i IM-r- mSmfBM . tin-lil- e - INBREEDING IS NOT FAVORED of n Terms will be very liberal and will be made known on day of sale. Parties desiring to look this farm over can see Mr. Knox at his Salt River Farm at Atoka, or Eperient Inl tl.i- - In Hand Uiually Etpentivr Many Anl. malt Olicarded. iilvt-- ( - Amattur Ate Mnry WlllHnl ilhl not linve tn lit tile her lnt rent with Seth Hurt'lnv A week "Inttr the fnther nf the cnii.in he hml M't ('li hi feet nml tartii In n new puHi nf hnnnr mm Uelllllie rn'turnii ilnnm. Mr. Hazelwood Sanatorium TuK'rctJtMui Matnutnrd I tlC LcuUvUIc live i't utiiutttir, i illlii:. tlin eMt-vlnll- I. M. Dunn fe Co. Phone 529. Raal Estate Brokers and Auctioneers. Danville, Ky. trt ttMrli mutt If illntnliil Ik ln.tiu: tiMrittxtl tiinritiiiiikly. Ilmtt'ttr tin Hiilliuilx tthlrli tiiml tin ttkt nf n lirittlliii; tin- - ucrtli lliflnltt l.t innrtMhri 4111111111 Mf III til. riii)fiit iirt- cm nil-- j "Vnu litite Mttetl my hoy." lm Kilil In tin- liatiiK nf klniJy . "I.tt'k," nml be tnre to (.f u, fnr u ii fhreil the mnrttiice ami luilm. There were 'Mtiii iilntlnn ntnniii: the x'rrtlituiT nf iitiliiini. ClUlle n For ike Trtatment of t t s M nf t lit kuiiin uulli iy It It hy itil r hiti'ilini:. tl.ut illluli' (itiii nf tnlii tt tli t.ii6vti as lliittrtttlliii; tl.ut thf cicutoi pri'tf l uiiiilt bj cur Wtt LrttUtrik Intn I'll II irtxliiittl ttbi' Jj,, ilit't r .f(J I iKiirili rt. win ii Mrn. Wlllnnl tteiMetl Setli Itnrrln). fnr thotc Imluljiil ami wdl ruri'il fnr t riin rrnllieil how rrintlf they wtulil mlk the klml nml tnrtful tnmllml.r. Hut when till hiitiiU were Inter In viimI tu n Jlihllie HI the fitrin. It niinle tht in happy tn w? how hukham), wife uml tin l.'ttle (ties vtf tiijoylnt the culoili in all i.. aojrtt t e j ll.u fj ml. Rati $1' '0 f wtt I, ! clutlin bvaiJ, mcill .1 stttntion, bunJrjr, tlf. IHj'h found com UtNht-fu- l minJInjjiAtrnil.ct. aJciiujtr tiutrt-rr- l rl tuber- - 1 lunounJinjv lit It'tttUklil tiUl tOMlblr. .4 t LmxHf ' t. liiillutl lMJ.ri, il4-- lt t.uiki I. .Wt.ttl lif.la I .J tii il for IKMIIl! I. I In llf. acr t Tha Central Record. LancasUi , Ky., Thursday Sapt 39, 920 1 CAN BEANS FOR USE IN WINTER Valuable New Voting Precincts Garrard Regular County Court, Term, August 23, 1920. Present Hon. Forest Stapp, Judge. In compliance with Chapter 64, Act of It20, Kentucky Statute requ'rinf th realitrktin of the maiisterial districts of the various counties of the State of Kentucky, thereby creatine mere vetinc precincts to conform to the law in roars) to same, owing to the women of this Commonwealth being gran teat the right of suffrage, and the Garrard County Court having here.to.fore appointed H. V. Bastin, A. T. Scott, K. B. Ray and C. B. Ledford as commissioners to redistrict said County, the said commissioners mn.le the following report, which is adapted and it is ordered by the Court that the said magisterial din . . a incis or uarraraI court: y De reatstricted accordingly, as fellows: a r OAMID FEND PASHA for Innumerable Salads and Various Vegetable Side Dishes. WflECTWitS CtVEN at lasls CANNING ' Cart Used In Following Instructions Will Be Mart Than Compensated by Product Which Will Kttp Well In Cold Weather. .a a a a m mm Beginning on the Kentucky river nt the mouth of Dix River; thence up anid Dix Kiver to Ton Yard Branch; thence with suld branch with its meanders to the old Stone Houe where it intersects with tho road lending Kcinning nt the center of the Public Square In I.nncnter, thence with to llryantsville; thence with the center Of said rond to Bryantsville; thence the middle of I.exintun Street to the City Limit; thence with the Cen- with the center of the nike ( t)i Itri.l.... ..v..r t)i lincnster nnd Lexim-tni- i ter of the Lexington pike to the Bryantsville Magisterial District Boundary; ivcniucky river nt tamp .Nelson; thence down said nver to the mouth of Dix I Duiiild IVrl.l l'nh the cntnl thence with said Uoundnry to the Boyle County line; thence with the Boyle uiver tne beginning. l.lm-!County line to the New Danville pike; thence with snid pike to the City The place of toting shall be within said boundary at Bryantsville, Ky vlsier of Turkej'I'lland wn one of the I.Mier of the rk Mi trritjr. thence with the center of Danville Street to York Street; thence with the center of York to Maple nvrnue; thence with the center of Maple avenue to the alley at back of A. T. Anderson'; thence a straight line Beginning ut Kentucky Uiver bridge, nt Camp Neloti; thence with DENIES COX CHARGE to center of Public Square, t)ie beginning. the center of the Lexington and Ijincastar pike to the pike lending to Mt The place of voting jhall be within snid boundary in l.anraster, Ky. Hebron; thence with center of the Mt. Hebron pike to the new roa.l between farm of Tom Hick and Sid Doolin; thence with center of said rond to the Will Hays, G. 0. P. Chairman, County road between the farm of C M Denn and N. J Co.ney; thence with Testifies Before Senators. the center of said County road to Sugar Creek; thence with center of snld creek to the Jesse DnvhNon Hill; thence iicro to the mouth of Davis Creek Beginning nt center of Public Square nt Lnnrater; thence n straight to the Kentucky river; theme down Submit Evidtnc Which, H Stf. R. the Kentucky river to the beginning. line to the crossing of alley back of A. T Anderson's thence with the center futrt Cljlm That Republicans The place of vo'ini' shall be within said boundary nt Bryantsville, Ky. of Mnple Avenue to York Street; thence with the center of York Street to $15,000,000 Fund. Danville Street; thence with the center of Danville Street and center of New t'liliKk... An; .'II. "lmrlnc under Danville pike to the lloyle County line; thence with the Iloyle County line aptenrance. "mill Itiut he hail Im-i- i mlt."l lately to Lincoln County line; thence with Lincoln County line to the Mouth of of the ffttirt of r'.iln .nlere.t to Fill Jara With Hot Brine. Water Work branch; thence with the center of Water Work llrnnrh tc ci.lli-e- t In.Mie) niitH.te the I Viti.H'riillo Place the In n win- slevn or Wnter Work; thence with center of Water Work road to Paulding Street; I Beginning at the mouth of dirt road, on Poor Rid national coiHUilttw to tr to aid In cull- -. I In anil bluncli (scold) In thence with the center of Paulding Street to Danville Street; thence with Lane, Ille.l.ttloll of (!.. Cos Will II. lis),, in Boundary to Lancaster Magisterial District, thence with line of r hot water or lle steam for from three center of Danville Street to center of Public Square, the beginning. Magisterial District to the line of Bryantsville Magisterial District; rlinlriiuili of the Itepiibllrau national to mo tnlnulin. or until the pod will Ky. The place of voting shall be within said boundary in thence with same to the mouth of Davis Creek on Kentucky river; thence up rommlttee took the .land nt the hearbend without breaking. On removal ing In the liileral building of the rusaid river to mouth of Paint Lick Creek; thence up same to the mJuth of dirt nt.drain well Mid puck Into hot Jnr cam ' which have been boiled for l.'i minute, road, lending from Pnint Lick Creek to Buckeye; thence with center of said MtlSM ii.ln.irv. On the Jnr pliici- - rubber which have road to Buckeye turnpike, thence with center of said pike to mouth of dirt He uhmltlfd t.lrlir.- - rvdltllli: lb tieeu boiled In a solution of one tnblu- Beginning at center of Public Square in I.uncatcr; thence with ccn run! leading to Scotts Kork Creek from Buckeye, thence with the center of ilitllli. of the 1'riu.M toll, nominee oiiful of soda to one ipinrt of water Hie (. (i P hi cvktng ! mlw a Cover bean with h hot brine made ter of Danville Street to Paulding Street; thence with center of Paulding said roa.l to Scotts Kork Creek; thence down creek with center to mouth of MM-.m- .) slti.h nmd" dirt road called Sad line. thence witliu'enter of said from four level of suit Street to Wnter Work Koad; thence with center of Water Work road to i. th- - I,... .Mr llti..tnted Itatl), "tbst eurh to four quart of Put Water Work.; thence with center of Water Work wuter The place of voting hall be within said boundary nt Buckeye Ky. branch to the Lincoln and all of the... M'trral hare rr on top which ha been Im.II.-- J 1.'. mln ill. ...lilt. ly f.,- - Hi what the m) and utea. With gIntoi. Jar put one wire County line; thence with Lincoln County line to the Lancanter nnd Crab llU-l.iIn their puro- 12, bctl In poltlon. Make lop at Orchard turnpike; thence with the center of !nid turnpike to the Mr ll then placed before th half tight. Pro benn un City Limits; thence with center of Crab Orchnrd Street to Campbell Street; inot Beginning at the mouth of dirt rond, called Sad Urie on I'oor Bulge senator the complete plan der steam pressure I recommended Campbell Street to the alley nt Kelley's Hlackumith thence with center of f the Republican rinsnrUI Quart Jara should le processed shop; thence a straight line to the center of the Public Square, the beginning. pike; thence with boundary of Buckeye Precinct No. 11 to Paint Lick Creek; which he terin.il wn an camiwlgn. effort to thence with center of .aid creek to dirt roa.l on said Creek at Thomp Sebasminute under preurtt of 10 pound. The place of voting shall be within siid boundary in I.nncater, Ky, "popularise the giving of money for tian's farm; thend old boundary between Wulker School llou.e and Buck- campaign purp"e by getting small eye, to line intersecting the ljitcater Magisterial District; thence with contribution from n great many mu same to the beginning. and wiuiear, rather than Urge The pace of voting ' nil be within snid houndury at Teatersville, Ky 'mm s, smalt number." vjaLtiSSsBaa other high light In Mr testiBeginning at center of Public Square in tanenster; thence a straight mony were a follow. line to the crossing of the alley with Campbell Street nt Kelley'. Blacksmith That the Denu-ra- t. according to I shop; thence with center of Campbell Street to Crab Orchard Street; thence iien.pnp.-clipping from the New tleginning at a dirt rond neur the residence of Thump Sebastian on iork worl.l and Tlmea with center of Crab Orchard Street to the City Limits; thence with center of of Aug. 24. Crab Orchard pike to the Lincoln County line; thence with the Lincoln Coun- Paint Lick Creek; thence up said Creek to the farm of William Anderson It'll', and the York Tribune of and to the intersection of line between Buckeye and Brandy Springs Magis- Oct. at. lull', wen- ty line to the Paint Lick Magisterial District corner; thence with said Dint. to re I.- - a ,.r tu.. ,.r campaign fund of ItO.OOO.Ots). line to the Lancaster nnd Kirksville turnpike; thence with center of said (kike terial District: thence with same to Back Creek nnd Wilto the Ijincaster and Richmond pike at Hyattsville; thrnce with center of i Buckeye and iJincaster Magisterial District; thence with same to the farm of liam I. Jemleson. then director of Richmond pike to the City Limits; thence with renter of Richmond Street to Ben Turner on I .ong Branch; thence down said branch to the mouth of Back finance for the Democratic national I committee, wa quoted as authority the center of Public ftquare, the beginning. to the dirt roa.l near the rei for Hi ( Creek; thence up the center of Bark Creek statements. The place of voting shall be within said boundary in Ijincaster, Ky. uence 01 iirtrr llar.lin; thence with center of said dirt road to Paint Lick That lb Republican hodgH. can-ful- ly Creek, the beginning, being the lame boundary of the original Walker School estimated aa for July 1 for th House Precinct, campaign, called for an emmitltun. me piace 01 voting shall be within said boundary near Hackley, Ky. or " which the speaker bureau " 10 receive 122.1,100, head quarter ror spn for typist, maltBeginning nt center of Public Square in l.anruter; thence with cen ing, administration, etc, 7,V),S7 gggggL) jgggggggggffclfc ter of Richmond Street to the City Limits; thence with center of Richmond rent. S4.VM. publicity. Including pike to the Kirksville pike at Hyattsville; thence with the center of said pike " "f&jlT "sMBaBaWW new service, advertisement, etc, gasBaVLaw SijaffS to the Paint Lick Magisterial District line; thence with said line to the Buck si,.tn:.,v, nnd genernt ettH-n.-- . inBSjgpBwS;V4uX. Beginning at Lowell; thence with the center of Short Pike to the eye Magisterial District line; thence with said line to Sugar Creek; at corner cluding nil bureau. and Richmond pike, thence center of same to the White Lick pike; That there had been raised lncv of A. D. Ford's place; thence with center of said creek to the three forks; thence with center of Antioch Fork to the Iron Bridge on Buckeye pike; thence with center of White Lick road to the road lending from Cnrtersvllle the Chicago ronteikllon n total of SttlN . 01.1 up to Aug. 25. , further .WSI2II A Jar af String Baana la Mora Attrac m..ii- - tin... thence with the center of Buckeye pike to the corner of Campbell Street; to Berca: thence with center of same to th Minli.nn Im'"" c"U" t"il " work tive Whtn Nsatly Packad. thence with th corner of Campbell Street to the alley at Jerry Doty's; thence with same to the mouth of Lowell Branch to the Walker School House line: II"'' Mnthence with same to the beginning n straight line to the centet of the Public Square, the beginning. With a vitrloii. MM., nmpalgn. eanner or with The lace of voting shall be w.thing said boundary at Paint Lick. Ky. home-mad-e , hand The p'ace of voting In!! le within said boundary in Ijincaster, Ky. canner made out of a wash That there wa t r,r.....n, holler or lanl can proem I in the KepiiMlrnu the Jar tinllonnl commute Hires hours If the oneqierlod proced $t.V..12.".l, with debt of Sld.iss). n. collected pledge cnnls totaling f2!,. ure Is used. Make ure Hie water I boiling before starting to count time. Beginning at Lowell pike; thence with center of same to the Ijincas- - iIY.'11 nnd anticipated pliig. eM-cle- . When boiled, tighten the cover mpI to meet this. Beginning at the center of Public Square In I ji neuter; thence a ter and Kichmond pike; thence with the center of same to the White Lick "During tbl period." -- a I, I Jr. Ha,,, rook. pike; thence with center of White Lick road to John Davis; thence with this referring to If the Intermittent boiling procedure straight line to the crossing of the alley with Campbell Street nt Jerry Doty's nnd including some to Tellie (Jreen's line; thence with his line including -- flier, Ut.ra. the fund rnllug efTorta. la used, boll for one hour on three uc thence with c;nter of Campbell Street to Buckye Street; thence with cen- line h'two ....... .. eetstve day. Before each boiling ter of Buckeye street to City Limits; thence with center of Buckeye pike to same lo Mrs. Fannie (.recti' line. Including same, to Conner Creel nil- - ..,.irii,..i thence with center of Mime to Woodsview School House; thence with center mlttiv and stnte couiii'iiii....r".'i.!."!I." loosen lb cover. Tighten rovers aft the Iron Bridge; thence witli center of Sugar Cre-to the Three Forks thereroad to John er each boiling. When the pnMvi.ltig of; thence up the North Fork to Kemper with center of dirt road through l'"' Jl"t collecting organizations. n Ijne; thence with the center of of dirt C. (lastinenu's Tankersley's; thencecrossing I finished, lift the Jar from the run by (5. to the Wulker pike Of these none have sume; thence with center "ul"',, said lane to Lexington turnpike; thence with the center of said turnpike to tier. (Tool In n Mit fn- - from draft ; through Walker's to Cooch pike, to Lancaster Magisterial District ,hv" "'r ""' thousand dollar nil of road tet and store. In event of leakage the City Limits; thence with Lexington Street to the center of line; thence with same to County roud on Back Creek; thence with center of LMT,,.t-,','!- 1, .W.'L'. eltftil have given when Jar I tested, remote ruhlier. the Public Square, the beginning. an average a! to the beginning. , put on new, wet, boiled on and The pbee ol voting shall bi wi'hin said houndury in Lancaster, Ky. same nc piace 01 votttiK snail tie within said boundary at Manse Ky, , process l.'i minute more. BIG LOAN SUHE. SAYS Vinegar Aids In Prtvtnting Spollsgt. PARIS Plenty of string bean In In the afore closet mean that the hnN for Innumerable naiad mnl vegetable dishes Ifi a( t hottsekeeper' mm maud nil during tin- - winter month an when this vegetable I nt It best In the garden or on llii market Hit- - w. woman rana enough for use when It I out of season. The following direr nun ror cunning trlng bean are given by the' ITnltoJ Stale depart ment itt agriculture .eleet small, tender wm or gnvn bean fur canning purm.e, lletin Which linve grown wltliln tin- - pod to any lse i.re difficult to can. and (lie reuniting product I not a .atlfne lory a one from younger Itean. Tlie sootier the bean ure In the Jar after picking the letter tin fluvor uml Hie more certain they art lo keep. Wash, Hiring and rut off the end of (he Itean. Whole bean may be canned or they tnty be cut In hort length, Thoe cut diagonally nre attractive In Jr MAGISTERIAL DISTRICT NO. Precinct No. 1 , Boone Creek. . 1. Precinct No. 9, Buena Vista ores t; tret Precinct No. 10, Bourne. Precinct No. 2, Water Works. BUCKEYE MAGISTERIAL DISTRICT NO. 3. Precinct No. 11, Buckeye. ml, Un-oute- Sk ehee-wvloi- h Precinct No. 3, Gilberts Creek. ,'t. tht talile-oiufu- - Precinct No. Teatersville. Precinct No. 4, Fall Lick. Precinct No. 13, Walker School House lla' r NgagaHLngagaKgagaM Precinct No. 5, Poor House. W"7. ej MAGISTERIAL DISTRICT NO. 4. Precinct No. 14 Paint Lick. ii2Brys Lan-cast- er tl.. '""' hot-wat- - Precinct No. 6, Sugar Creek. Precinct No. 15, Manse. u. .n S'-- '"- - During the year the home ecooomliK Hipertini-n- t kitchen of the United State depurtment of agricul ture ht. been exerlmentlng with the addition of a small amount of ucl.l vinegar to nonurld vegetable being canned. This work I being continued uml the result thtl far Indicate that me to four tubtespoonful of vinegar added to a quurt Jar help greatly In reduclfif the Liuount of MMiltnge. When the vinegar Is udib-d- . the time of processing can he reduced, r'or In stance. It Is found that corn, which ordinarily Is difficult to ran succe folly, keeps welt when four tablespoonfuls of vinegar are added to a quart Jar processed three hour con tlauous!. Hiring beans, old pess and spinach aru other vegetable success fully euue4 by this method. The addition of vinegar to canned vegetables In the amounts mentioned modifies to some degree the natural flavor of (Its vegetable, but the reull eople Is not objectionable to most and la man Instauivs Is not noticed. - ut MAGISTERIAL DISTRICT NO. 2. Precinct No. 7, Marksbury. Beginning nt Kings Mill Bridge on Dix River; thence with the Lexing. ton uml Danville pike to Camp Dick Robinson, ut the Intersection of the Lex. ington and Ijincaster pike; thence down said pike to the Mt. Hebron pike thence with the center of said pike to new road betweea the farms of Tom Hicks and Sid Doolin; thence with the center of laid road to the County rond between the farm of C. M. Dean and N. J. (iomey; thence with the center of said road to Sugar Creek; thence down said creek to the Herring Hill, thence up said Hill nnd with the center of Kemper Une to the Lancaster and Lexington pike; thence crossing said pike and down Cnmdens branch to Booties Creek; thence down Booties Creek lo Dix River; thence down the river to the beginning. The place of voting shall he within said boundary at Marksbury, Ky. Precinct No. 8, Bryantsville. Beginning at Kings Mill on Dix River; thence with the center of the Lexington urn! Danville pike to Camp Dick Robinson to the intersection of the uml Lexington pike; thence with the center of the Lancaster and Lexington pike to BryunUville; thence leaving said pike following the center of the pike leading to Tan Yard Branch at the old stone house on J. II. Lcavel's place; thence with said branch to Dix river: thence un Dix River to th.' bc'iiui.r.g. Prevents Celore Running. Salt used la water when wsshlugj The place of voting shall be within said boundary at Bryantsvills Ky.J vrtveaia cesors iruas nuswi. France to Oct It 50.000.000 In New Beginning at (Jeorge Connor's thence with the center of brunch to J. newspapers of French H. and Arthur McQuerry's including same, to Kvelyn Pointer's line, Includ. Capital Asssrt Ing samo to J. T. McQuerry's; thence with center of lane to Union road; Pari. Aug, .tl.-J- eaii thence with center of said road to dirt road ut John Tankcrslcys; thence with I'nnnentler. Mliulnlstrntor ministry of center of said roud n new line to the Walker pike crossing same, thence with PlStll St... 1st... I - of the k. ' 1..i .nv mrk city necenter of roud through Walker's to Cooch pike; thence with center of same gotiating with American bonkers for to line of Lancaster Magisterial District; thence with said line to the begin- payment of the French loan of ning. The place of vot'nit shall be within suid boundary neur lawson School il,isl from the I'miH HlnWa. ha arranged for n loan of f 130,QU0,ik) House. wiin .wnenn imtiks, according to the newspaper. Tbl money will bo de. No. 17, voted In pa j merit of ih in... I due In October, and the Beginninjf ut Ceorge Connor's; thence with center of branch to J, II. which French treasury will provide tho tm. ami Arthur McQuerry's excluding sume; to Kvalyn Pointer's line excluding nuco of IKM.orio.ooi). same to J. T. McQuerry's thence with center of lane to Union road; thence with center of same to Woodsview School House; thence crossing pike with Air Service From U. S. to Culu. Mrs. Fannie Creen's line to Telly Green's line; thence with same to John Wnslngton. Aug. 3L Airplane Davis' line; th unce with Davis' line to White Lick; thence with center of mall service between tho Unite.) Slate White Lick road to Cartersville road; thence with center of suid road to the nnd Cuba will bo Inaugurated this Madison line; thence with same to the Rockcustle County line; thence with fall, said Postmaster-Ueiiera- l same to the Lincoln County line; thence with sume to the beginning. The place of voting shall be within said boundary at Cartersville Ky. Mstlsn Plctur Star KM. Paris. Aug. A. K. Walker, Sheriff G. C. tion picture 31. Husau OrtuiJIea, mostar, and bar director , Jtttftfe G. C. C. were killed In as automobile arcideat . ear Prwvlas. Precinct No. 16, Lawson School House ". fx Precinct Cartersville. rortt:stipf Th Central Record. Lancaster, Ky. Thursday. Sept 30,1920 1 J. T. LYEN'S FARM 152 MERCER Acres COUNTY O'CLOCK. two-stor- On Saturday AT AUCTION Tuesday, Oct. 5th , 10 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 alto carries but just where he got it- - LOCATION: On Cummins-Ferr- y Pike, 1 mile from State Pike, 1 mile from Providence Church, 1 mile from Graded School, 2 miles from railroad station, Talmatrc, I'-j miles from Salvi.ta, 7 miles from Harrodsburg. y IMPROVEMENTS: frame house with front and buck f room porches; servant's house; all necessary out huildinirs; 1 stock barn, 0 acre tobacco barn, Karate and double crib. Land is fertile and in a hiuh state of cultivation: 3a acres in corn, f acres in tobacco, 3 a acres in new meadow, balance in blue grass and meadow. Fencing all tfood 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. Will be subdivided and sold in several tracts. AN AHSOLUTE SALIC, without reserve or limit. , Easy Terms. 1.)21. Possession January 1, At this sale will also be sold one set of antique walnut furniture; fnrminj: smoothinj:-hnrroimplement, binder, mower, wheat drill, waKon, stock scales, 120 jral. iron kettle, etc. For further particulars see the owner at the farm, or W. E. Moss or P.. H. Dever at my Danville otficc, or W. A. Dickeson or Georjre Swinebroad at my Lancaster office, or by-bidisc-Sarro- -- question. 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- - SWINEBROAD, THE REAL ESTATE LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. MAN. Not a Oad Description. , IT iKTIM Splendid two story house; good tobacco barn, never failing spring; 150 fruit trees; all in grass; good neighborhood; close to church, County road in front of house. Land fronting on Lexington pike. ' 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. We will tell you that its going to Natural ni tin- - 'adject, nod "Don't rhnrce mi much for the coat , In the early dnjs Mu'cncliU'Wts was "Wlio rnn tell me Iteineinher, the cheaper It Ik Ihe le I itbe chief seat of the Iron Industry In i tin- - teacher nked: A Mirlll voir whnt nii ojster shall owe )ou." Klods Hur.k. Oixtv-hagen- . the American colonies, the first ralliMl nut, "An ojster I' u llsh tiullt blast funinre bnvlt.g been put In operation at l.jim In UWS. In I'M , like n nut." I'cntikjhiinln becntne the lending Iron Leather in Cow and Hortc Hides. Thinatcpsis. thirty-th- e producing state, nml maintained tho The hide 'f n cmv repn--The word U nf Creek derivation pouml of lintlirr. nml Hint of n supretnncy fir upward of a hundred nnil tiifiin "view of death." A used) hone n little more than hulf that venrN. ' In llrynnt's imein It might be Inter The West. prcted no "ii meditation on the suu-J.-- umount. The younger Mlchaux. In hi, travels of dentil." Frrlumtd Wines west of the Allcghatilctf In IRC. snys llrii'ti nin II. mini ulnex ere We'll Say They Are. hy ktivplns the that the eoinmon Inquiry In tlie newly i.e- enilly "Mamma," fho-- j ear-olhM li'inet of Oolct or roen In the ll(Uor cvttled was, Trwn whnt part of Charles, looking up from liN Mory until It hud ii(iilrel the mlnr of the the world hn you come?" As If thijse hook, "what dthis story mean tlowers. vat and fertile regions would naturally be the place of meeting and combout n Ain't mon country of all the Inhabitants of all grandmothers great)" And Still Doing It A mnn In Abingdon was fined by a the globe. Henry Ihivld Tborcuu. mngtitrate. for kleeptng nml moring In Diamonds Used In Shipbuilding. Had Pienty of Time. church. Nothing wns dune to the clerIt I hardly to l Imnglned Hint tlln "Yes. boys." continued the steeple Blonds have ail) thing In lo with the gyman for putting him to Jack, who' was telling "true and thrillMnv 1. lf70. building of battleships. Yet thl I to, nichmond ing stories ")e, 1 was working a fur diamond dust l used fur rutting clock tower one afternoon about twelva nip! tu rtilnjr tho tremendously hnrd Snakes' Power Over Birds. steel which Is used In the mnnufao-tur- f The burenu of blol(gleul survey minutes to 0. when I slipped, slid down f modern a rmn incuts. stale Hint Minke do nut charm birds Ihe rotif mid emight on the long hand In the understotNl setisu of the word of the clock. There I dangled while Rata Live In Tre Tops. "charm." Tliu Instinctive feur that a the ton n folkn collected below. So Itots are vegetarian ty choice, but bird or sinnll nnltnnl, such n it rnb-bi- t, I )elU to 'em, 'ay you folks, go home they rnn readily nlnit themselves to has for n tnnke parnlyus the to your supper. ItH be close to half any conditions. In llnwnll. for In- muscles of tin' bird or nnlmal and an hour before I drop.'" stance, where tliey were chased habit presents ll escnpliig from Hie snake. uully liy the mongoose, they have acImproved Household Bell. Fruit Color Is Sunlight. quired the hnlilt of living In the trea Three different wigiiul ti i.ci from an The color of fruit Is the result of electric bell of ordlnury uppeHrnnce, lops, where they nre free from their thetulcnl mtloii. In which sunlight Is calling the Ihiii-- i hiililcr to the front, tormentor. trsnsfortiu-- Into red or yellow or rear, or side door, lire now made pinsl Roblna. or purple coloring mutter. Tills hie by the Ingeiilou device of ill) ltd. Ins erm nlmosUnlwny to ro chemUnl action takes place best when Ohio inniiufneturer, The two elecalong when they want to cet any. tho alterations between tho heat of tromagnetic colls of the bell have where. Hut now nml then they tnke day and the cold of night arv most t partite nrmntures, one of which pretty strong hop l lint cover tha marked: In the fall, that Is to suy, carries the bell rlapir. while tin ground murh fnter. When they run with tho spring clow-lother constitutes n buner. I'opulul follow lug. they lift their heads high a. though alechnulc Mngnrlne. suc-'cesf- ul ct I l. fch-cor-aii- One Argument Against the H. C. of L. Chief Seat of Iron Industry. sell and we are not going to take it down, will promise to sell at whatever the bid is. THE TERMS will be a nice marker for your grave. time long enough that I could die in peace. "I bought on Haselden & Hamilton Needless. "Cnn your little baby brother talk yet" a kindly neighbor Inquired of a To Clean Papered Window, smalt lad. "No, bo enn't wulk, and To reunite stnlhed pnper from (1st there ain't no renson why he should use le. PIsMilve In water nml apply talk," was the disgusted reply. "What with nn oh! sponge, careful nut does ho unlit to tulk for when all lis Leave on for has to do Is yell a whtlo to get everyto hum your hands. n few minute uml scrape off with a thing In lliv house that's worth huv- Ingl" New York Kveulng Post. knife. Another way I to wet the well with common ammonia or Snakes. Mllnc lint vinegar. Knakes art classed ns oviparous, or Qaaes. Ceal Mine those which lay egg, and ovuviilpur- The chief gases of roul rulnaa art ous, or thoaa which benr lit lug youug Stated by Coal Age to he: Methane front an egg which Is hntched before or marsh gas, sometimes called light or at tha tlaut It Is laid. The t gg lay. nfrburetcd hytlrogrii, carton monoi-Idlog species of serpents generally l the whltediinp of uliiers, ami car- long to the constricting gruui', which bon dloildr, which, with ultrogeB, kill their pray by squeezing It ; while form the blackdsmp. Ilydregrn sul- most all ovovlvlpnnm serptnts ara phide or sulphurt-tehyilrogeu occurs scles which take their prey with In lltullitl quantities, as do the heavy their mouths, and du not kill by con s ethylene or oleSaal stricting. For Instance, the hlnrksi.aks and ethaue. Except rarbou dlai-ld- t belongs to (be group, while and nltrogeu, these gases are all tha copperhead suakv product' living eiploslve. young Instead of t ggi. pa-ix- -r r, jdro-carhon- they were very proud Indeed to such n twice. to at John Chinaman at Home. In China t its thine Is enteii from cockroarhe ntid lesser ennln to rats dogs. Klppenl rata and cats. nl are nn sale In the miirket. and a story Is related by the writer of "John ut Ibniie" of alinlr who having espreoMil iippnuul "f the dish shn i. IihiI partaken of. ronldenihlf taken ulmrk whin 'In- - h told by her hosts, "Oh, that the nit I caught In your room Oil morning l" I ' Superstitions About Cars. sut-rstltloo- a, friend was siienklng well of one. The tingling of the left Implied tha opposite. .Sir Thomas llrowne. tha famous author of "Vulgar Krrors," ascribes the Idea tu the belief In guar. dlao nntsls, who touch the right ear or tho Uft according as cuavtrsaUo Is favorsble or not to the person. There art-- sevtrnl about the tingling of ones ears. It was ut oiica commonly believed that If It was the right ear It meant that i .s. Ths Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Sept 30. 1920 WHAT'S DOING The Gift IN POLITICS The iviirt You can buy Supreme lMnncnir .lie i '5 I It, JF5SIF. Tlf lata If " E. SHERW'N in-'"- - iri ii'M . ilu r ebi lluii oiliivr ii ui:f i in f.ci. ir-- i or I in Mm- - 'I mli ! two of Hie, h l1o. In ln mber Hit1 i 3 .w fl. while nun nrvMfwtf thvr.In h i orei-ims GoodrichTires today at an average of 25 less than in 1910 Goodrich Tires today arc sold by good dealers everywhere at a lower price than in 1910 and what is more to the point in this comparison, Goodrich Tires in 1920 give on the average nearly double the number of miles per tire. The Goodrich adjustment basis of 8,000 miles for Silvertowns and 6,000 miles for Fabrics at today's prices give motorists twice the mileage at less cost per tire. w.'f In-- h. . , .1 ii'i .n mid Li or ird"M b mi for .n .1. I l I dollar il or lift l - il '"", ' f. I..- - ih... twirtotlc n m ' n'u'r- - ll.111.1lns I i. HII. The U- I - iloi r Mi.i'nMk.UMffir. ...,. iiimwl.-.l.Ml I 'It ,iT in o:ln-- .. of wbtie Ileum hh of ihw irUy In ssjexe r. eello per)!! .! l.ee preelhe.. The Ihhi miiils..iii, niMm4Uil by a Ht' ns iiiwl u i:(;tri.i:iii etsts 1 ipiei, oillier, iml only itertuird iMi,ni.-lint iutwiil ottlrcrn lo cTte fur the Till iirldiH a a lear Iota, tluti of tlio I. m, ii in if iM tin" were registered n Il - Irmii llil- - rulliu Ihhi ili- - lien.- ott.it. pnttte.ei til IImmI til III.' iniHIil. roe mni lilt.!-trat- . tem.ni. ul.il liilfrm ) h plajlng There wife ftithere.1 Hie .rllirlinl l' el ol'lret nnd Inlf the H.pulinii m llir dMrtrt rolle. (iIhiiiI tliew "What I the imi'iioii of Hie cullier-ln"n .irtimser on the tep lininir.! of Hie Imlfl faeltii Hie tbMiin' 'ruiiii , bel ;i:ttwf llolfe one of "' " I. Imllt t iiirjrdH l irtlisl mi h hern In tb.' wnr ami The bat i' pre.efttetl lilm with 't liitu and a a iamlM4e wsileb IB lhl rreoenllal a to b iefiilHe Mm iiiiiHlir HH "1" Hir.' Itf &il In Hw "'fluln iwiwil In ibe lunK IwMtl on an !. ul t.t-- md ' il' fiiM.r IX plmvj , "r ettl-nm- n) a Till Itll'Ml'lll nitH.i;u;s,.ry ITIIllllUl'IMII Hi Hie pnu'.leeil in llii" S.nUli l lit III!' I.'l'pllhlifllll iifler the '"vH War, when negro oilinholtler w.ro forted mi tin while people. Tli' t!i-dn. iiirrrliic I a .slgiillletilil llllenll..ti uf wluil rontlutied ItepitMleuii nil.' In K. Mil in ky I'he FJL1H1C TIM PRICES I9IO "TODAY eHlhe l Me ".Ml ... hh4I III mm imi i l Mm h"" ble Wealibtr or I'olMlelHn -NVIIb.'r HSln. lie 11 I N Iwre " "") IIZE SQX3 ikiismm iB. wUm nisk bnw an ttrt 'i""1 rinl -- t farm h tw.-wt- y leu t r--ir blli-- l .en lie err twn ke . nt the hstnl Hii a meou. 25,45 33. S5 lending negro iii'(i-- r of LoiiNvllle ha nit forward ii mmliilil.' for llii' biiil'Vlllr ll.mnl of I5.lumii.iii. I nun thi 'I I Iml u tep In ml veil m IhniN in Kt'imiiky. Tlic viiiii' 'r nlo exhorlllig tin negro t,trt-- t of r I ito uti again! i IsMio of bond must of tin' money I. lo In hmiI fur while rlni.iI. ..nil-vill- 3Qi 32x4 I9.IO" 13.10 36.SO 53.15 " he ,.f l ilel n Hlle inunes kshI rte Itw "I a ri- -l ami llltle l4s J" IW Ml. 48.65 65.35 I ente.n when tneh WMet IttsX.-r wa etasil lisffr enr n lie "H MM her .ttl.r -- npttHeil i fur iilalwin l m ll' hiMMoii-dolla- 344 355 llil J. nt Ibe Iwtltsi 'it al-- wl blHr ." "Tw Wr of the He ImI 62.75 65.35 61 BBflSflBSsSBH IBHBBBHBBBaBH fiiesB BBB then the primer, ami i Bp tin' iimrj:i' uf Se'uitor ll.t lor I'.'iiirn-Mti.- m. on tin lr.li iiu'.iluii, their IJepiibliniu iiiHiii.'nl. lut given ii great i'hlM- t'.in of dodging, following I In' eXIIIIIp't' .i ably .et liy tlirir nutloiiul leader. Warren ii. Harding. lli-- . lili.uii awl llli'liiiiuiiil out In niiiiily fiiliinn again! uf llu. present lrlli liepul Hi'. So fur Krnt Iuin nut had tin eternise to answer tlic question iiml Ogil'-- has tntddled It In a Ifiitr. "I ilellnti' x.ij Mr in ii iMt roiulltloiik an-- 'lii.'l-liitf- . ifH'ii, Tine iiousli, iiml Viii!;ri'iiK'iJ iiff till fly. "1 "titM-ju..' UIihiii anil .I.IIIU' l.iii llii;. II. IIU Iim.iHil. of iiiiit. Stale Muttmtmt Goodrich Tires f i the niare tsllb bu bmrtr et-y ternr ! HntHK- -l After t Waller nmrWl .etl eHr.e 4 l..ete In x lie Hie rUV fcirtn Hie nlpluibef. h awl ip of fterr rblM tirft NilelliKetit Mm Hmf Hnl.be-- elemrttt inl uf n th Hie .tH Hie entlr.MHU'til Hml bail enable.1 him I" "He ma'' n mini of blm"lf lll Hie mm n lit male pill.e iminliv beiier for Ibelr fnre of b"i Kliner bad nn aptitude fur rimMm' r .te then" iarlleal nll hint man In all '! rlif-ntl- n ' " Me it.-!- Silutrtown CorJi, 3ooo nfi ; FjbricTirtt, booo Jtifa mBSU- - Hal in the oii; Hun Kr Sold and i?.v HASELDEN Il lun Ih-i- i ellin:ili-- l llxh liiiimniiff The Ii'o.iiIi-iih- I ivtuiH-rutl- lleuiliiuur-tet- y ulitmt make It (farming u xery imf liabli- - occupsUuu." TtM-- Kami Ivfui league of Ohio dtatrlbutpil tills ham'-hil- l In tk pffort to tiMil off HariiliiK'i iioinliutlon unit It UII OxIiUnt hliu all at luUvllle will li.irlly miiiiit ovtr the stutt ii rln iiliir by ltriublk-uof llu C3n-ruiivt-ndu:ignltit Vnrrvn l, lUnl la on rHnnl In two Inu'. Hanllnc Hivlm In the Ooncreiwluiiul Itciwil In favor of dollar wht-u"L'ihIit nor mill tvnilltlon." xaya llunllni:. "ijullur n c l. ended by BROS.. GARAGE AND C. E. MORGAN. LANCASTER. KY. Srting A I , ilcht on tb. 73,000 mora wnrl than the French. German and atrwla of New Turk aa to excite gr. era' romment. SminIUi lanKUagen combined. Ii 0 I Wordtt Word,! that tlio Kof i'll - iii'. of uiultitil rurrliiee anj ko runa in the MuMum. team Paper Devoted to Rheumatlam. imtIimIIcuI In the Oni of the ixJ ea wnrlil U a oaaathly (i.iper tlreljr to ihf lntfret of rheumatic W Wiggling And Wabbling. j ilfotl over the nation. recurn'nev of race rlol In Oil . ciiko, where tin nefrro illve k'iMT urf I ,'Wen "jHTlal irlvlle'i' by the IU'ul ' I liaii adinlnUtrutlon pniti' what .1 , ilaiigcr to the community It la wto-any on pletuent U pamiM-nt- l for llllral iurKmi-M- . t'niltr Itepiitillinii A Senator Hanlini; has winged anil League tlnii-- s on the I of Nation ipjeiUon. says Governor 'Cox. I l.ablileil rik'ht Tlier v of eniplotlttt: n maiisrer trnrtlun him. Klertrle llebt new water ninl evtaire Hie )lettt be wnrke-- l out all these prttb bns .1 .ttitlfiiilr ntul far timre em tmnilrnlly than jt prtfMloiml ensliier r When the woiiM bae ilune rsnie lie was anions His first to tub Since his return be has Art' utileer up Hie lat of bis public UtllllJ ofTere.1 a fine por work ninl has tion in n spnunine insno iimn, ft was a wonderful day for Klmer Itolfn and bl heart as full. Outside of Hie one erenl ctft there taere a nire of minor ones. A nsotherly olit lailr bait broiuht blui two sweatersi. knllle.1 by herself, "i keep Mm warm out In Hie wllil.." As Hie fiinitluo were uer and h got somewhat t himself, Ktmer ItolM liM.Veil nit atHMit as If searchlntf for Hun The tipn iMtanl Kt Hie ldej l.hl swiie j j rult! In ChlCMpi tliU (tollry Ims alrt'inl) leil to two nerkiu race rlota. Ui'iiulilir.iii uf tli M'ttlctiii'iit of iiiluriiutioinr liiurri'ls by the of Nallnii. i. .11 iurliiu in'ilr.it to Hj. I'tlltorial iriiuMinla Hut tin- - Uiih'tie will lin-.i- l wiirh. Ttil Kiory lell how tin- - i'oiiu (il uf tin1 lj".iiiit- - priui-nlt-i- l war Ui ami iwii'ii I'nl.inil anil .1 Ii 0r7-.n1- 'I'lu' pulillcatioa , thf In the UiuUvllli- - IDomen of Kentucku Know the Issues! Hie Republican Party aika the women of Kentucky to vote the atraitsht Republican 1 11 11 11 I'IiiI.iii.I l:i ml M.ili'l- i.'.iii-rii- Hon iiroM'in.sl pmrct uur, fully l iiml Sutili'ii In bulb of tin-.- - ofr ticket on November 2nd Instead of keeping ua out of war. it would keep ua constantly in war, aa it would bind us to "preserve the territorial integrity" of every nation. vationa. :i. Voted for the Knox Itrsolution I for n separate peace with (lermany. I Arcepteii the KepuMican plat-- J form, which declare that the League of Nations has signally failed. with ft, I'rnpoted a separate ami the "cnippini:" of the League of Nations. i. Advocated the restoration of the 'dead Hague Tribunal. 7. Says the League of Nation has pntned beyond the possibility of res- -' titration nnd has lieen abandoned hy rloiide.1 his e.rne.1. ien faee. Then It brljbleneil as he notlre.1 an I. He votetl with tin-- mlU She old ludy maLIng toward Mm. 2. He Ailxocote.1 the l.inlire reser-- j was Hie woman nt whoe home ftunv teaebei hsil thy Wallers, the tiarllmtar teron. FMpjvtlnt-men- l ill.-- of ini'ilm WhiUi-alin- ; itrictly upon the iaauea involved in thia enmpaiyn. Ii kvery woman in Kentucky knowi the 4 No thinking Kentucky woman would trade the protecting wiadom of the American constitution for the aetfiah dictation of a group of Kuropean "diplomat." Kentucky women know that (he Democratic Party and ita candidates aland for League with all ita obnoxthia ious provision. r Ihf Unfile of NulluiiK. nm- Wii It.. Tin- - l.i- -l uii a.tliiiiiiili-il- . llrtn-.lil- i of luiliivllli- - IIIIimI liiHtur.. I'Imm'IiIx lllll Hall to oierlliiului: niiii iiiKplrttl Ilia unrkrr of Imwl ami l.'i to ntiiluilloiiii to nvw inrry tin- - htnti for Coi. HUt'll II Tin' llrtt woman Itiimniilr ;lli'tlll i'iT li.'lil In lilliillH WlllllllTlUl KlriHK lll.it true campaicn iaauea. J The l.rayuc of iNationa at brought publimiis by Wnodrow Wilaon bsck from and endored by the Democratic candidate fur President la an nifense to American womanhood. It would baiter of! everything that the American nation and the American home stand forthat riu'Ht to think and act for ourselvea, lo live our own livea and to help otheia .is we can. It would aend our aona to war without our consent, to fitfht for interests which 4 Kentucky womrn know that the Re- until I Inn tjy Cut) wuiimn' ilui) it U to lie Hint tixt TiicmU) r may utv In ofTs I to 'Ik vUlity tliouuii'l liu.ru wihii.mi u Ifl ulilili will In- - mil millill) by lie Ui'publU-uparly fur I In- - Itcpnlilmiii .Nini-inliuln-l- It la ha tbun out Hnk ure without our sympathy, at the order of who) foreign politicians and are not thinking of America or her 'w,, In .N'oeinbi'i If IlarUlns U clit-iii- l you uniy baxt a ini.iinli.ir.-M- i your low ni'xt .nr. wik a ili-- l iKUtlun of lif'rn turn ulnl uoim-Stoiit' at Marion Ii. the Hlumi-ow uncmiliu uii.m to tlx- I lean party Out. of tbv j S'tmtor llanlitu iiPKrtHK, Inforuiitl 1luat U niKni wiimt'ti i'X(.til their kiwre of luLniuatfi' In prtiNirtlou in the mi labor of iicum wotnen ton-- 01 i. In 11rotul1u.1l full rlchiN of rlt In lMaaili,19 bla Mtlnntl auOli-- c. The iiplK)lntBjtit of a ruloiol rtuiaater jour town or a negro niitiur of will lu InlvrMl rvveuu llMreforv Klre no Mrprla lu-.r111 11 -it publican Party stands for an honorable peace, with immediate attention of our President and our Congreae to THIS country, ita people and its homes, the return to a normal living baa a, and the proper distnbution of governmental control; with a broad and sympathetic friendship for all nations that neither interferes with their arfaira not permit them to interfere with oura, "INintlby wa nolle III," be tulil in" lo brine this to bint "She you mill a enpr of the ImniW uf poems kI She bids joii 0o. j.m iilwav Mid boe; toil will wrlle to her" t "Oh I miit see t.irolhr iH'fore I gn," be lanl it, ini think t roiihl lenxe 'r)duii wllboiit thank Ins the one terso whit gne me e.i eiitluii. oit mire and Iioh',m ill) no He Mil.e the as uord the lull.T-Hul- l old ladv kifti uf III. I.ine ninl Hie elnolluli Ills ilUiilut isl Kurope. Mini'- - for what. Kliner?" she sibl hi S. States that "aiiiendnient or reIf 'he hail of the mother vision or reconstruction" "Ob. Hint iipplle to a vnlu itre.im of leugue is stilt among the possibilities. tears ligulie." teplliil Kltner wltb af Kepuhlu-ahas a difnominee Thf l llk'htlies "I lieter realised ficult feat to perform. To ride Into how grim und gritled and ild I wan I'resldetu-- on the shoulder of until I tne mine back from the war nnd Johnson, porah, Lodge, Penrose, aw she was as freh nnd 't as Tiift, Wickersham, Hockfeller and when n )onii8 girl. Von see- -" Hoover require that he ride eight He Mamuified; be (lushed The old "Oh!" she lady caught Ida arm. hort' at once. sMke. "If 1 guess right. If you tin'111 that ou are hbllng from Dorothy a bite you feel for boanbl fur jenr. nil 1 if 11 1 11 on "Newberrying" The , Whole Nation. Register Republican "AMERICA FIRST" Uole Republican IDarrcn Q. Hardinq For PltCSlDEtVr Caluin Coolidq fm WCt, mtCUDCST rly Richard P. Emit rr KHATOB 1 ' V Puliticul AtlvertUement. The tactics which the Nntioiuil party it using in this U'L'l) I'resideiital cumpaign are the turtles used in Michigan to elect .Senator Truman H. Neuherry, It was the eleetioli of Newberry by the wholesale uv of money which gave the Republicans the one vote needed to organize und control the United States Semite and put Lodge at the head of the Foreign Relations Committee, with the subsequent defeat of the treaty aa a result. It waa the election of Newberry under such conditions, so (iovrnor Cox charges, that put the Senate oligarchy In position to nominate on of their own members for I'residtnt. The Republicans may have learned nothing from the Newberry election, but the people of the United States have. Politicians cannot "Newberry-ite- " the United States." and lell her ! you know why she s III, why she shrinks from meet itig )uuJ It Is because she Is sick al heart at Hie thought of your going ' away." A great Joy rnum Into the face of Klmer Hulfe. Ills e)e turned ilnwa the llioroiiKhfiire, nt the end of which he could see, notwithstanding the ills taure. Hie little hill schoolhouse thai waa so dear to lilm. "She has dreamed of that far coun are going, ami has try, where longed to Join you. Itlessed orphans' H you not see thai the two of you. yon were made for one another! Oh Klmer I If you lore Dorothy, do not lulilml von Ihe luoat uriH'bill gift lu the universe. Hi. love of lli aweeleat girl In all tb world. lfcr otby la In the liamniock on the (torrh. llo rearing her Mxr heart away aad make her happy." Aail wkea Klmer Kalfw.tVrlaytM his ilsvartur and a mouth later took the train for his new home. It was am t shower of white, glistening rliv an radUut Xsmm btHlst at kla abJax "U11 "Just that. Hul her" what Ibeiir )ti 1 aKl ssi',n, -- yataata. .