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ENDORSES FIX NUMIIR 2s. "THOUGHTS FOR THE WOMAN VOTER" $5.00 A TON Council every nation represented, large or small, ha n sliu'lr vote and delegate, (ireat llritain a single with all her colonies and about one quarter of the world's population. bus just one ballot. SwiUerlnnd, in 7. The United State out Voted? purpose? 2 What in No. the Unite I States with It one Tlw League seek to bring abnti! vote has power to veto an) Impor world pence tant proposal of which It does not apn) Ity settling dispute prove, either in the Assembly or in by peaceful adjustment nation the Council. of war, How due the League settle dis' pledging rucli member liu. (b gradually to reduce armies nml putes? tion What l the League of Nation? it is a union of tin' civihrv i n.- turn of the woihl (forme I by 'he n sort of inTreaty of Versailles ternational society with Kai!qiiiittcr 1 FOR COAL THIS LANCASTER SHOWS RAPID GROWTH. Bureau Of Census Gives Population Of 2,166. Nearly M hat a population of at least 2,."00, t) say nothing of those living just on the outskirts of the city and are using the. city water and light. On Danville street alone, by actual count over one hundred nre enjoying the water ami light privilege of the city, yet were not included in the census count of the city. The same can be said of Lexington .street and Stanford street. Conservative placing this population at GOO. Anyone who sect and know of the many new houses that have been built vvilhln the city of Lancaster during the last few year, would doub' in the least that our population should not have increased til!l a the census show. This same is Irue in Garrard County, while Ihe increase has not been so large, yet the gair. has been a substantial one. Our growth will continue to in crease as the years go by, and by another census you will see Iincasier Willi u populalion of 3,000 or more and we expect to see the same increase in the county. Many new and substantial farmers are coming int Gurrurj. which for Die past ten years ha been proven to be the bet! ngr. cultural county in the state and the bet tobacco county in the world. ett;-mate- s COAI. OPERATORS PRICK AT MINKS LEAGUE OF NATIONS RELIEF FOR SOLDIERS. I'rtleral Granrljurjf Torre. Reduction Kastcru Ken of tucky, representing one of the largest mine lields in the country, have nc iptetl the prices set by the federal grand Jury in it report to District Judge A M. J Cochran, on Septem ber th, according to an announce merit made Monday by District At' Coal operator AND FAVORS Per Cent In- Mil. Dunn Alto Speakt. Judge Italpli Cilbert opened hi campaign in (iarrard county last night speaking to a good and apprc ciated audience nt lluena Vista, scored the Republican party for at tempting to exploit the soldier, showed the hypocracy of the Republicans in claiming to be for a bonus for the soldiers and failing to enact a law providing for such a bonus, though In control of both house of Congress, endorsed the League of Nations, not only ns a means of preserving the peaie of the world, hut of assuring stable market for the fanner' product Miss (icorgta Dunn, chairman of the Women' Committee of the (Iarrard County Campaign, also gave a talk ami was warmly up sph-nd.- crease Since 1910. Wwn . All nations In the League agree to submit to nrhltMtion disputes threat enlrig war Sis. month are given Not until investigate and report three months Inter (giving time for thought nnd cooling oil) may a mem her actually ko to war, anil not then, if one nation in th quarrel arcepl the rriiiinmelldations made. In case of disputes with non member, or be the outsider l Nation? tween Thirty-sevenation have ulready first mviti'd to come into the League joined -- all the ptlnclpal countries Legal tangles (such a the meaning enemy na-- of a tract)', etc .) are settled b) a (nside from tin- - formt-who art' allowed to conn- - in Permanent Court of International lion In spite of Republican oplater! except the fluted State. Justice An) position to the League, the rioted Re Mexico und Bolshevist nation may ln admitt- publican jurist. Kllhu Root, has been ed, and any member may withdraw-afte- nbrmid for the task of establishing two year notice. thi Court under instructions from t. Why i thr United States the League Council '.i ft tit what If a nation goe to Hecate u Republican Senate, Ig- war? Then the tuitions of the League noring the fart that our American boyt fought nnl died in a "wur to agree to cut olT the oifemler entirely The end war." hat twice willfully refused from all trade and Mitercourse. ! ratify tin- 1'race Treaty, and so Council ma) "advsse" them (only bring the I'lilted .State, into thr that I to cnntrilHite a small shore of armed force, subject however. t the League for peace v .'. How the League of nation nppruval of their governments. 10 What is Article X rtn-lTlit stnte the member of nWI t.r delckrale (a i II) an guarantee to rospeet on from earn nation in the l.i:uo. for the I.ooirue another's tirnturv ami protect It MiTsir f international discussion Il it something like t hit:, interttaliori- - frttm evtvrnal attack (the saint- principle of our own Monroe Doctrine j conference where the .mail states which Ims made for pen re on this The .Wemhl) may he freely heard far nrarly a hundred may recommend actum to the M'ernll continent ers i It inenns that if our country home government i in peril she may call upon other delegate ' (li lly a Council nf tune tinlltMis in the League for aid Ar (the flitted State, Great llritain. tide X does not apply to domestic Italy, France and Japan, to he alua) trouble such a a revolution or civil represented) which inquire into the unless the peace of the world is causes nf disputes tnd makes recom- thereby disturbed. mendations for their peaceful settle-nieII Can the Unlteil States declare The Council It the real gov- war without content of Congress? body of the l.enguc. erning No .Congress by our Constitution League, in- Is the only power in this country hav All position in the cluding that of secretarv. are open ing authority to declare war. Hut, equally to men and women. tlrst, within the League itself, the t. What are the rule for voting? I'nlted States by its right of veto On alt vital point the vote mutt may refu-- e to enter any war. In the 12. Why do women want a League he unanimous in hath bodies. Aemhly each separate nation and of Nations? colony hat one vote, Ilecauie it will save the mother of although they may send three dele- the future from sacrificing their sons gates to catt that one vote, repre- to war. Ilecause It is the only pracsenting different IntrrriU (labor, tical working plan to replace conflict, capital or a woman delegate to give bloodshed and sorrow by peace ami In the good will. the woman' point of view.) n navies (this mean, of course, the of taxes ami tin- - high cost of living; c) II) nutklnu treaties public so that nil citlten may know what their government are iloini: ; to better (il) lly understanding working conditions and the welfare of women and children everywhere. 3. Who belongs to the League of ltui. r out-sid- - . e I , r tomey Thomas D Slatter) Monday afternoon operator or their representative met at the (lib ton Hotel, in Cincinnati, for a con ference regarding the course they should pursue regarding the prices Affixed by the federal grand jury ter lengthy discussion of the subject it was decided to accept the terms of the government and State Senator, ICobert II Harris, of Versailles, counsel for the operators, was in structed to inform the district attorney's iiltlce of the decision of the operator I'nder the agreenunt of the opera tor the) have accepted the prices of 1 10 a ton for slack and $1 a ton for lu-- i t owl f o b at the mines, as tix- eil li) the grand jur) in It report to Judge Cochran. Retail DeaUrs Notified. District Attorney Slatter) said that all retail dealer of the eastern district of Kentucky would be notified t iat the) can get coal at the prices ruined bv the fisieral grand jury. Tin work ha been begun already, Mr Slatter) stated, and would be completed shortly. Atlornc) Slattery also declared that the consumer would be protected as the retail dealer woubl be perto charge nothing but a reason mit g able profit after the freight for the coal has been added to the original mine price "This office will ue every etTort to make the price of io.il conform with those fixed by the federal grand jury, and any one attempting to obtain a higher price tluiu is permitted under these reguUtlons, whether he be operator or retail dealer will be tr rested immediately at my direction from this office, declared Attorn") Slatter) 1 d tran-portin- While many surrounding town and counties, have shown a decided decrease in population, by the recent government census, Lincastcr and Garrard County have rapidly Increased since the census nf ItMU, the government polling giving a population of 2,1 HO and that of the county, I2,.'0.'l. Il also show that the city of Lancaster during the past ten year has increased her population from I.S07 to 2,ir;, or nearly It per cent, while the county show also a 5.1 per cent Increase, the HMO census of the county being It.S'.U. This is certainly gratifying in view of the fact that so many of our counties have lost both in their utj. nnd count) population. plauded. We are not surprised at the inA In r ire crowd heard both speakers crease, in fact many are yet disapand applauded each heartily, indicat- pointed, for they feel that Lancaster ing an iiiterett in the issues of the campaign and in the election of Judge liilbert in November Centre Football. in Still At It. Swinebroad sold Tuesday a the farm of J T. Lyens containing 1 r:t acres to Dr. I' D. Hastings fur 1170. an acre Monday he sold privately the lil 4 acre farm of Virgil Chatham" to K I. Hopper of SpiH.gtteld for Hl.OOIi. Off For The Rockcastle Learning that the water was fine. the weather propitious, and that the fish were hungry. Messrs II I'. Mc- lohr M. Huberts. V. II. llourland, Karra. J A Heazley, Webb Kelley and "Tubby" Dickerson left Tue.day morning for the Itockcastle river, for a week's outing, stopping during that Chanty Poynter, time with Mr whose hospitable home has been the mecca for the Hockcnstle fishing club for secoral year. From the fact that lEcv. llourland is a member of the party, there is possibility of those left behind, learning later jutt how many fish were caught and the sue of the largest by artual weight. Danville Centre College will lock horns with Howard College, of Birmingham, which promHy reason of the consolidation of ises to be one of the very best games the schools at Mt. Hebron, the coun of the season. Howard is one of the ty board uf educaUon will sell pubbet team of the Southern Intercol lic auction, on SATURDAY, at OCTO-HKlegiate Association, having defeated Kith, at l::iO o'clock, the school the Alabama Poly by a score of lit houses at Bourne. Syramore and Loto li and Auburn in turn defeated cust Grove. Terms nnd conditions of Georgia Tech. the sale will be seen in next itsue nnd A close game l expected, for How- in hand bills that will be out in a few nnl is out for the "candy" and a days. good crowd from Lancaster will be on hand. Next Saturday School Houses To Be Sold. Speaking At Paint Lick. Although the noticu was short, a good crowd was on hand at Paint Lick last night to hear the Demo cratic doctrine expounded by several good speaker Hon. II, Clay Kautf- man presided at the meeting, intro ducing the speaker of the evening. The principal address was made by Prof. Allen of Danville, who held the undivided attention of the crowd for over an hour. He was' followed by (. P. Jackson and Judge Chcnault of Richmond, in well chosen words that received the hearty applauie from all present. Mrsi South To Speak Here. It will be very gratifying to friend of Mrs. Christine Hradley South to learn that she is to sneak in Lanc.n. ter nex! Saturday afternoon and we dare say she will have a representative audience, irrespective of political affiliation, although she speaks in the Interest of the Republican ticket. Mrs. South has risen rapidly in poll-ticcircles, is a gifted speaker, having many of the eloquent qualities of her father and will receive a hearty welcome upon her relurn to her native city where she was born and lived during her early girlhood. TOBACCO HIGHER Prices Ruled Higher On Durham, N. C. Market. The Microbe Of Love g CHANGES MADE In Opening WAR MOTHERS Nslionsl Patriotic Organisation Taks Action At Convention Held In Louisville. Louisville, Ky , Oct 2 The National Hoard of American War Mother strongly endorses the League of Nation at their Convention being held here at the Sielbach Hotel. The resolution adopted by the National Hoard to be submitted to the State Organization for ratification Is "Whereas million of boy were called to the service of their countty to fight n war to stop war. TIIKItKIOIIK, HK IT that the National Hoard of American War Mothers goe on record strongly endorsing the League of Nations, the one thing that stand for world peace" Mr. James Digney, Vice President of the American War Mother, called Demoon Mr, Samuel M. Wilson, cratic Women' Chairman, at her headquarter here, and reported that North Dakota would certainly go Democratic, because of the fact that League had grabbed the the Republican party in her state. I'OK SAI.K Of Chris- tian Church Sunday School. A change was made in the opening and closing exercise of the Christian Sunday School last Sunday Instead of the usual routine, the Primary Department under the leadership of Mr. - C. Davidson, the Primary Superintendent, led in the exercise. In addition to their songs, recitation in concert of the scripture le.tou and the Lord' Prayer .they had special exercises around the bjrlhday cake for those who had had birthday the past week. They alto usked the other who would have birthday In October to join them hi birthday offerings. It whs announced b Master J. T. Pollard preliminary to the offering that the amount given, instead of being used tfeir mission, would be made the nucleXls of a building fund for a new church. Still another feature of the program wait llio awarding of .'l.'l ccrtlficnci to the little one in the lleginiicrV and Primary Department who were promoted. Something like (hit will b given front Sunday to Sunday in the future. Next Sunday the program will bo given by the Junior under the leadership of Mr. J. II. Kinnaird. the Junior Superintendent. The utual morning worthlp will follow the Sunday School service ami the subject of next Sunday' will be "The Help of The llclplets." All are invited to ! present on time for Sunday School and remain for the church service. LOST Between Baptist church, and my home on Lexington pike, last Tuenluy night, a pair of gold in rate. Return to Mr K. K. Sutton, Hack League of Nations cltyay: of Love, a musical The Microbe comedy given by home talent at the School Auditorium last Friday eveFARMERS PLEASED. Mrs. Tom Sebastian, aged about ning proved to be one of the best sixty )car, passed away at her home N. 0. home talent thow 'pulled off here in The opening of the Durham, a in this county last Monday morning tobacco market last week, marked a some time. Kach diameter made after an illness of several months the farm- wonderful hit and played their part duration. decided change upward and like veteran. er wete very much pleased and enShe wu a devoted and consciencould not he The Chorous Girl couraged at the prosper! for increasbeaten and the little Misses llastin tious member of the Haptitt church ed prices over the market of other and McWhorter are deserving of and was dearly beloved by ull who cities throughout the stnte. knew- her, for her splendid character, following from a daily of that special mention. The The Ijinrnster Concert Band play devoted mother, wife und friend. ed between net and was highly en Her remains were brought to the A a rule the farmer offering tocemetery last Tuesday mornjoyed by all present, they did not bacco on the local market left with charge the Legion Hoys for playing. ing where the interment took place, the feeling that the tobacco had sold ind added much to the evening's en Itcv. 0 I). Strother officiating. for a good price, in fact many of tertainment. them expressed the opinion that the weed brought much more than had L. S. Mist Lucy Debord age 22, the eldbeen anticipated, and it is believed that the average price paid in DurThe Lancaster High School Foot er daughter of Mrs. T. A. Anderson ham this morning will top the, state Hall Team was defeated on the home died In the Danville Hospital of ap average for the first days' sales, al- grounds last Friday afternoon by the pendicitis. She was sick only n few; though artual figures are not obtain Junction City Hoys by the score of days when the end came. She had made her home the past 1 1 to able at this time. i. llrad-shaThe number of pounds offered were The game was a hard fought one few weeks with Mr. Walker riot so large as had been expected, ami from the time the referee blew hit She leaves n mother ami three half most of the otferings were not of the whistle to play until the game was best, but inclined to the lower grades. over., the J. C. boy got away from brothers, Curl, Jonnte und Leslie lad in the first Anderson and one half sitter, Mary Some tobacco this morning sold a Coach Mrltohert high at (Id to 7fi cent per pounds, half by milking two touchdowns Willurd Anderson. She Ims crossed the river of death and one pile was reported to have which could not be over come by the and now rest with her Savior. Her been knocked otr for fl.00, but the locals. great majority of it ran fiom 2d to This was considered by older fans busy hands are folded. Her work on 10 rent per pound. to be one of the hardest fought garnet earth is done and our darling i no An unusually large croud of grow- ever teen on the local gridiron, und more. We loved her, yes we loved er attended the opening, not over the manner that they played was ad- her, but Jesus love her more. He half of them bringing tobacco, but mired by the great crowd of rooter. has sweetly culled her home with him. Sebastian. Good bye Stanford Hello Danville. According to the report of the Cenjust issued, the population of Lancaster is 216G. Stanford's population according to the Census report is 1297. Ten year ago there were but fifteen or twenty different in the population of Lancaster and Stanford. The Interior Journal says that the enumeration of Stanford is inaccurate und that the town i much larger than the census inreport Indicates. crease was nearly seven hundred people in ten years almost us much at Danville's increase show in twenty -- Danville years. Advocate. sus Bureau, - Urn-rast- H. Lost. Debord See Mount and Co' adv. Women Advised To Vote. Baltimore, Md., Now that th vote has been given to women they should exercise this privilege, "not only u n right, but :is u "duty," James Cardinal Gibbous suid to a newspaper mun recently "While I ulwuys huve been opposed to woman tutfrage, because I felt thut tulTrago wuuld withdraw them from more delicate und more sacred pursuit of home life," said the Cardinal, "now that they huve received the vote I urge upon nil of them th exercite of thut suffrage, not only at They should ii right, but as a duty. exercise thut duly intelligently. "It it their duty both to register und vote, and especially in the coming They presidential election. should vote for the candidate who, in their opinion, will contribute bett t the material and social progress of the state." j came rather to look on mid see If the home market would follow the precedent set by other market In the state and slump. The fact that the grower were surprised at the prevailing guoil price i an indication that the groat majority are satisfied Two it on bedt, two with the opening day augur well for drug- get, one an Axmlnster. my reifdence. dresser, two watlistandf, two Mr. See me at V, D. Simpson, Notice to Tax Payers. have been appointed city you will greatly uttiit mo u my duties, by railing at lloltzclaw'r tore and litting your property. In my absence, Mr. Jamet Hilton will receive your lUt. H. C Hamilton. At 1 glei, The playing of Capt. Ucynold for the Visitor and Capt llolticlaw Cochran, Cox and llnitton were considered good amongst the fun. Prof. Grubt of the J. C. High School accompanied hit boys over and stated to hi men to play rlcati foot Ull which they did. If you did not get to see the the Durham market. l! hat been believed for tome weeks Capt. Ilottrlaw's hoy play last week go out ami tee tnem t hat the price would he rather low, u by ull mean afterfact that caused many of the grow wallop Nicholatville er to leave their tobacco ut home und noon. route only to tee what the other fel FOIt SALK New Pcdnltul retenlow wouhl get, but after the start tion dining room tuble. Call thi ofmude thi morning there wu a much easier feeling among the tobacco fice. LEASE Harber FOR YEARLY farmer and it It believed now that the offerings will continue to grow thpp and several living Matt. Steam front day lo day until the utual heated in James Building, llarrodt-burg- , Ky. Apply to Jerry Tewmey, amount of the weed it offered for tale. Janitor. Do not grieve tleur mother, your dar- ling Is not dead. She is only away while on tin side of the stream we are weeping, she on the other side is A Friend, sweetly sleeping. Senator J. C. W. Heckham, ha been having great throng of Republican hearing his speeches in the mountains. Many of them huve informed him that they approve heartily of bis position on the Irish question, und that unlets Itlchard P. Krntt, his opponent, unswers thit qucition, he will lote their votes. Senutor Heckham unswered the question one day after he received It. Mr. Krntt has gone four weeks with out sending u reply, " Card Of Thanks. The American Legion of Pott Heldal Sanford No. 35 with to thank all the Young Ladies and Men who """"""" Prices, we are told, are coming took part in their show last Friday down every day. Probably go up evening, and alto the Lancatter Band again during the night. for playing for them. t The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday Oct 7, 920 1 An Old Beau Br RALPH HAMILTON i Single Skull Craft. pniH'r lie Uveil tiy hlmef ' In a lone o'd lionehold, from which nnore every .morn-?ie paililieii linn-e- n A rnr"h In n 1 In top-hat- . ltoton Trnticrlih I ! 1 "Oh, mi old hentl of l.ehhiV ffnn the way Mr, I'lirnnd replied to ' Both WeJr the Gold Bind. Oprn Country Best of All. lielttilNir ttlieri the Inlter. IKtllrtnc it Plain cold wcddliik! rlne nre tMiucht (If all place In the world wlirro triiiicer roiniiii: mid pilm: from the In duplicate lit the hrldccrooUK of life nn Durnlid lno,e through to call he lived to t filllcM anil IStKt Chile and I'ertl, one rinc heltnr then free!, where It can he met In the iirlnu to kiiow lil Identity to tlie hrlde nnd the oilier ri tnlneil rrenlet variety and there la "Not er old, Mr. Iiiirnnd." ohtsplalnlno the Situation, hy the irroom I none equal to the open country, the lniulrer. "SHchtly older Friilerlck wa not popular with the nt tt .Mr. .Mii)lieu, hut llll jouiitf other hot a he wa of a quarrel. Mereury. mini. ' some dlHiltloii. nnd 'font titinncd Mercury I that trance liquid met. replied .Mr. Mini ml. "hut him whenever "tlli, O rt il e a ot the lhle. When nkii If jou heat itirr-cti' not wet he nln) n tntd mid reereil mid ahont ll he replliit. Well he's always at that dilute It with an acid and mix "runny ttilnv ahout men," remarktit or IimiU is natural to think of the hejotid III jenr. Wlieti we Inoklns for tnmhte. and If I in not, Just as she prepares herself fcr if, trett ln ai the t.ench; "they are with almot any metnl evrept iron a force! how mother' influence upso vill most favorable cenditicnt Ihed nt II(m lu lle. t'n-t- i r ltrok n le ain't, and tilatliiiim. the two will romMtie dellchtiil when we (MM I've cot to Mat where on the unborn babe. Her freiail leken her child is bcm. fitiorlte enller nt our home, a sort of Ihnf nil" to awlw ami atuieted when we fercrt and form nn alloj krown a amnlrnm. food, her habits, her hyp'ene, and cIiiiiii of iiiv on mid n ulllliii; iilleti-dnn- t how ' .aelU I plnjeil." llotnn p,M nli.r Silence Mnnthlr Mother's Fmxno is a balm for even the condition of her mind, mill fnlthful Traticrlpt lne of l.ehln' the nerves, an intensity penetratrtcMna. all have a part in Jetermininc the When I ii v heim. I do not Ineiiti Unit ing lubricant that softens the ! Itohltt t'oio! nlwav to run e of her inor they ere In hue with one niiothtr Scured to OcJth. Rooster Cggs. relaxes tension of the mutle, alone when th. t wnnl to set anyfant before birth. .!tit n Imi nml tflrl friendship. When where Itnt now and then they take Fear kllla limiv than the knife. An A Pretieh delicate orcanism involved in maeetitlt aj that hy Carey of Alton Mn) hew ;i't mpmllitcd with an ere he call tell whether It ternity, and prepares the way for the atltopy revealed that Oatld that con-No woman await inc the joyi of fircttv "trout hen ntivlely her, l'oter KtiC, l.ehln nml mnrrled ma'e or an easier, quicker end trcetical coming motherhood should allow ta'cr When lliet rtltl tuidoti.a doctor who dltl of hnd heart will produce a will hatcha female chick. eeiued Bind mid hnppy to lme her (frontu' told lilm lie ttt a Nxiter delhery. The ecc that they lift lloHr heint a tlioiich ther the days to pais without giving hnd a healthier htutt than I llchtlr heavier relatively to lie, itlle don n III life with o worthy erj proud 'teleeil to Co nt tirh dlene, and tnleht hrtejlveil for .' nature a helping hand because Get a lott!e from your dnjfrist 011111: limn He I 011 hi wny to men tnnt I'hltadelphla I.eitcer -e Monitor the conditions of pending mothertoday. where he eH t to Join ollie rel a rn"' 'lir ' vear. hood, existing as they do, over a leImiv MiH fruit f rm mid Fcr !itle. raafff -- MOTHER. protracted period of months, creollie .1 I.Hrllelnr ncrlriilturl! " ABY"-- r.S HOODaaat Th ate almost a new state of beini; In cmSm Mm tine I. x ill "He l nJ mail ittnl I umti nlid n frr a woman. msktn cf Mother's Friend. tentle itnd ptennlit III hi wn." "He hnd n eoininetided ttte tielshhor WARNINCi Ataii tuif plmn tilt, gnat enj mkitHulu Me act nln am Iff coterie of little children nhoilt hltii inJ may cmi ham tetthaml Joint faW-ii- rdH) one llxitij n hhimIIm? h top ! CRADriCLD RCCULATOR CO kite for another uinl feilln the en 1 ! Otpl. 27. Atlanta. Ca. He j tire croup on lee .renin cone i F!a and ma your FREE boo. ( ein he.tolid the aternse In lit soo-- l Irt on M0TJILKHOO6 and fha UABY. of heart." !. .Same ( lienrt. Ye. Kolcr Itroek had n and an in hint otie. If it tnut he 5u r. r D ktionu, hut In' had eoncealeil that fart UdkyCxvctMt Makers Town . .5ut.. Ume time and un llkel to pre for far Tare Geaeratioa l.lttlo did ,Mr ere it a n tuimnd read thl terlliu friend .irik'lit. Ill wa a nnlure deep rikI 'lns In It loxalfy. full of nohle 111 This tonic, for women only, is based upon the prescription of p'ratlmi l.tsf iwtlent. relttnl where famous physician, who made the disorder of,wo men hU life study. That U why Situated in Good Old Madison County, Kentucky, on the Bcrcn White's Station Turnpike it haa proven a Messing to so many thousands of women. It haa given them tsia) he ihd li ' reiehe the reward tie rijcht start It will do just that for you. If you need this service, get Dr. J. one linpelllni: emotion of (a good hard surfaced macadam road.) ered The Bradford's Female Regulator now, TODAY, and you will never cease to iriea til life wn loe for I eila. He had thanka for the suggestion that brought to you the joyous swlicf that it will give. repre'il the inipul to tell her of It About 4 miles west of Berea, Ky., one mile from White's Station, and miles from RichSold by all drugstores in $1.00 bottles. III attitude wa that nf a detoteil la known aa the Judge John D. Goodloe farm, containing the choice 300 acres of friend with a hmtlierly lnleret hi tier mond, Ky. She had tieer llp' til hi welfare A Kansas Explanation. real Had he ihrht,il this famous farm. Eiplaintd. ilitlmelit. ln-- r tiaildi ii fano douht n prophet would have them wara what It Is a iler.il lettcrr "A On the premiaea on my son." inor ticitior In til own land If native. thateil by Alton Mathcw ft tnli:li' tint ill oil lit Its hearing) tune heeti illfTerent. for llrnfk wa a didn't crl n darned tired of any irlrl mliiht honor and re Cactus tht Compass of the Desert. I hltn say "l told jou so." Topek . I m lleme So he hore lit cro Capital. The fishhook cactus la the itni-nwliMi lie tii.irrleil and now had de of the desert, for It nlwny polsB) to ek to clihil to Isolate hltn'elf and the south. Now York Trllmne. Jokes Brounht Recollection. forget the pill of hi dlappoltitiiii-n- t "I liked Hint lnt story of jours.", ila Their Method. had rereled liltn with all of "Aiho nld to the funny merchant. Her "In tin- - day of the enve man." slrllli frlcrplllne It. I recollect whonj her liked AT TEN O'CLOCK. A. M. rtnnrL-,Ml!i tnnn tin Iho ear 'flif wa) have I ..... . ... I . nrn .licuru llini ,nrw 1 tun ile thl Mcrllnc of f iiiiim"' mi huhapd heartily welcome friend wn He Ctrl wore ttilr linlr Ione down the my crndle ta the family much I nearly kicked hack, n they would tie eny to catch." plecvs." I will offer this farm to the highest and best bidder certainly a model litnliutnl. and Itriw-for the present owners, Moore To'edo Wade. wn k'lniT that oiiiethln: he knew had Brothers. ncier reached the ear of l.ehln lie Reveried Position. rmiiHn't Unrieritind It. had a(rtiilii'"l that In the pat for LOCATION AND ENVIRONMENT. nn ( over a jear .Mnjhew had hil a reck-!.'nzlnj nt ' a friend look her A little Itrookllne ml", upon returning how Irrecul.ir career It her mirrored reflection llie other day. ' to the circus And Situated as above stated on a fine macadam road, only one mile from railroad station and y home hi fnther aked him: '"Did )ou had that the Influence of l.i-was hranl to rttnnrk. "1 eun't see fel-- , homely ht n he kee the elephant. IihiT" Tlie little won lilm from eteti the memory of small village, post office and general atore and flour mill, 4 miles from Berea which town haa God inadi- - me Hoston jiertlc'ler. n I'm "V'. nd they wnsgeU that had year In hi life. It Incident knows . hail Transcript. enulltieil to far tllant i the Best College in the State, 9 miles from Richmond, a thriving little city of 10,000 people. In thvlr tails In front." tlon. and Itroek wn crntlfled a tlni" a good neighborhood, among good people, churches, country school in about one-hamile, went on that not o unnti a n whl 1 mile from Mr. Harry Morgan per of the truth the nr of good roads, progressive farmers who raise fine stock, only about the unman he loved A better place who raises and sella the Big Type Poland China Hogs, known the state over. It wa hi lat aftertKMin In the ilty :stnl nhoilt .' o'clock ItriH'k waited oer to live is hard to find. We want to open new county road through the entire farm. to the pretty little home of Alton Mini SOIL A good rich deep black loam with a lime stone bottom, will produce 1500 to 2000 T.ehla Mahew. They were out for 11 auto ride, the maid told him, hut pounds of high type burley tobacco, per acre, will make 50 to 75 bushels of corn per acre, grows fiad left word that If he came lie wn 90 per cent of this farm is just to wait for them and he placed an wheat, oats, red clover, timothy and blue grass in abundance. en y chair for llroek on Hie cool nnd lilic the prairie of Iowa, just ready for the tractor plow, Inyi nearly level with slope sufficient to hady Kirch. A man came up the garden path a drain. Just what your son likes to cultivate and what you will want when you see it. few moment after llnxk had com We will establish a new county road through the farm and will make nrtnhly seated hltlleir lie wn a 'hrewil faced, keen ejeil man. uscet subdivision in tracts running from 25 acres to 100 acres, and want to sell this farm so that the He 'nc the collector ir Ihl tinltiilteil Into n chnlr he.lde little man will have a chance to get some of this fine farm, and have a home in the future. Itroek, hotowlnc upon him 'ennli Maps and Blue prints will be on hand at the sale, and lines positively established, so Ins tin nee. "I hoped to find oii alone. Mr M:'" that you will know exactly what you are buying. hew " he ald. looklns nhoilt to To parties wanting any piece or part of this farm we will meet you on the ground when that no oin wn In alsbt "I would lillke to iirnue the uplelon of survey ia made and run the line juat like you want it. jour wife or hrlnic any pnldlc lii:rnr' to you. I think we call tlx up a mat IMPROVEMENTS. u nml dlml ter that I111111: oer "t once for all." most conveniently arranged and n good house, built a few Excellent 8 room residence "SK-aon," ordered Itroek urlinl The covert threat Implied the wnniine yeara ago, when good lumber could be obtained. It is not ao much how of l.ehla mlsht ho that the happlne Servants houae, wash house, meat houae, garage, wood shed, coal shed and every outInvolved In this inaii'i vllt and arnuMil Itroek to ken lnteret at building that could be desired. ntice, and lie ill lowed the fact that he accepted a Alton Ma) hew to wn A large cow barn made and designed especially to keep your milk cows, a large commake their bined stock and tobacco barn 14 by 84 feet with silo at aide and if I must aay it, I think the best "Itrleily and dually, then," Mild Hie I ever aaw, all conveniently arranged for any kind of stock you wish to handle. traiiKiT, "a client ha placed In ln constructed barn (intid docuiiieut )ihi forced elslil A new tobacco barn that will hold 10 acres of big burley tobacco, galvanized roof and a good l You It. car ntro. You will one. The fencing ia the beat wire fencing, hog tight, horse high and cattle strong. were under the Intlueiire of had i at Hie time and no one IS THIS LAND WATERED? aa it ia how does it meet the approval of the most loa, hut the note you ao fool red !hly sate atatid ni?nint jou to to be found anywhere, pools, springs, spring branch, ponds and No better watered farm critical consumer. jour liuppliiea and that of tho'e every arrangement for water. It." to yon unle jou rileem dear "And the iimoiiiit Ititolvedl" PERSONAL PROPERTY. Two thoiiaud dollura." The KUtll alliMi-- l esliHilted the full At the same time and place we will aell for Moore Brothers their personal property, con amount llnxk hail to Invest In the aisting of one pair 9 year old mare mulea, one pair 6 year old mare mules, one pair 5 and 6 year farm he cotctcd. Ill Up set nnd Ihen old mare mules, one pair 3 year eld mare mules, one sorrel walking mare, a good one, only 4 ia meeting the test and defies a superior. aa he thought or Leshla. nflftnil SIX good milk cows, hogs, all sizes, good quality and "I will iy the motley tflte llu- - the years old, and holds a premising future. We are in the market at ail timea for wheat, rye, note," he kiiIiI, a quietly 11a tliniith Farming implements, all kinds, about 50 tons of excellent hay, 800 bar just what yeu want. he wn piirtlialli2 ahuie cheap hail oats, corn, and barley. We will aell you oura or buy rela ef corn, and numerous other items belonging to live progreasive farmers. hie. And Alton Mnjhew never knew, nor youri. We want yeu te come and look this farm over, for you can never appreciate just what it .ehla And lonely man. ,tollliik' for U ylnd is without seeing it. Flour, meal, mill feed and hay for sale or trade. This land will stand close inspection and the undersigned will take time other far rehiuted from mil happy for the tlual orrlflre thut and go ever this carefully with yeu, or Moore Rrethers will show yeu at the farm any day. nre uinl liupplneaa to the lliiured I !ol of hU nml. Remember the day, the place, the thing and come to the sale. 11 l. tt. tfn N.Ar ta n;i. 11 Founding of St. Louis St. Inil wa founded IVhrnary II, ITt'l. hy I'lerre ljicleihl,li:iiet and Aucnte t'houtcau. nlllttss from Vew It remained a fur tmdltif Orlenn. hii until the l.onllnna pnrrhae In R. E. McROBERTS, Lancaster, Kentucky. ' - tssisfog IT well-brin- nahore iiexe faiy& cooinfo nt 1 i," 1 1 rt St, 11 tt r 11 , '''i t.e-rn- vtl-r- On-soil- r.M 11 11 - 11 11 - fr je. ...... .............. JUST LIKE t ...... 11 t. Dr. J. Bradlield's Female Regulator a Prarie Of Iowa. WEDNESDAY. - it. ain-et- 11 l.i-l- 06T 13th old-tim- t 1 ! d . j e-- r im M.i ' hi-e- 11 lf I McROBERTS DRUG STORE has all the new COLUMBIA RjECORDS Come in and hear them. SUB-DIVISIO- N 11 m-- J "OTHERS pa. 11 rin-al- uf-f- 11 t WHITE SWAN, 11 thi-tn- Lancaster Flour Mills. Incorporated I Not in His Set. Hull Old Mr Oldfnm at vo'i iii'd jour father ar Ti I hear not on r . Youub Mr. New tilt My fullur'a IU tiuile. Certainly aot R. 6. W00DS,PAINT LICK, KY . Tne Central Hecord. Lancaster, Ky. Thursday. Oct 7. 1920 HUKNA VISTA Mr. Kugetir Kulilo win in Klrlimwml Monday. Mlw HrMii Hughe win In Lancaster last week. 3 Jin Millon -- liHHe fMt Mr Vn The Steve fur f Irtii per Won farm oW Thursday iter. J Buy Your Haynes NOW --and SAVE $250 or $300 (On October 15th we will be compelled to increase prices on all models) October 15th UNTIL accept orders I Mr. Mini r Malaria, Ohto.1 .Mr. .In HuM was hurw Friday mi butMso. j Mr. A. i. JtVolt of WatlriHUi. OHm Sna lay ami Mfimtnjr here. I'mf J. It A'nttr wm at ltarrl- bunt rhunuUy evening on lautno. Mts lata Kay kVatt of iitryetw n the week end with her irout. . ' Mr. Amw Whtt af ()wn Co.. I mne. Mrs. Smn WH4h. vititint Mr. II. llM af HryMiUville punt Friday with Mr, flam Hf4irotK and family. Mr. Win. Woasl awl m altomM tli fnarral of Mr, ftvttlr Norlia Sun lay a f t I little dimirhti-r- . Ml lluth. of Itrmm-tewerr pntrrlnii" I at dtniter Sunila at th l.nmr ot Mr. nnti Mr. T anttf I. Work hepan Mcn.lay momimr on ir ''riitirr m front of Mi. Cnriw-,!'- . . ..;,, - .p'. tw ami all are d ' ami little danuhter l ;i'ny with .Mr. am: t lark at l.cxIt'Ktnn Mr. W i Ilium Kmrry ami r.l r we for still fnt Haynes nt the present prices for all 1921 the new price of $3185 the Haynes is at least a thousand dollars underpriced. ji'i .in ''' ' h i hrMe l mm be hr models. On that date we will be compelled to increase the prices, making them $250 more for more for the closed cars. $3185 will be the price I. the open cars and $300 1921 Kate llahacbiw, t trarhtr, nf tkia pMe spent awl at tor Immo. Mfc artwury (Jk wee Mr. hum ipvnithtr a frw kr mum af thin town Mr. T M. and Btotnar, A. I. Swtt af Mt. WaaMawion, Ohio samnt !'. new IIiiW V wk IhantinV has with Sti car, beginning October 15th. Until then, you can purchase one for $2935. At the new PRICES Kokomo not vnlr oulhon;n month but further tayt that refunded to the purchaser. of the Haynes Touring Haynes cars, after comparing the Haynes with other cars priced at $4,000 to $5,000, frankly state they would prefer the new 1921 Haynes to any other car in the $4,000 class. We believe it is Hundreds of owners of $300 by reaching their decision to purchase their cars now. On October 15th. therefore, the price changes will be can opportunity to save $250 or We realize that there are many people who have been intending to become Haynes owners, and for that reason arc entitled to have this I M. ' ?!. f l!f.ntrilti-- ( Mr- - Tom rM.mt awl tlMlr rtinaur in Mr. and Mr Jo I'itftu and l,:rMH ami IBtajirit. . r an mit 0r t- !it j John KrmMlrtut , imn Ma. of Mm. M..i. White and Ulr Ml Ihith .iTi NiMie I oil WYtr ro xtiHt !i f Mr. and .'lr. Mitay limit. . 'I llattvilt. and dimhl.T. GUARANTEED-BUYE- RS .MatMtay h! ItaHVtlfcr. lt wk PUyl and Harry llrwnmir of N'irnonvviMe r kor on iHitinta. Mr and Mr. Oram HgtrtttMn, uf Harrastetmrr have hftm viaitiMg KuyiMltlc Mt Company ot uito uatanlrt the flricrtvf ILtyna cart aginHtrdu(tiomluTin the nrxtsix if for anyrrawn there thouU he a reJuttion in prite the difference mill be be fully protected in their inxestment. Dujert of Haynet car only right and fair to give our patrons and friends ample notice of this coming change in prices. PROTECTED -- The Uaye only. accept orders for the Haynes on the basis of the present prices until thut date AutomMU put into effect, and we I I I Meedumc MntiMn Collin ami Wm. Kiii.ter werr mM at an alej.iiut din-ni.Sunday to Mr. ami Mr. Charlii ILirnrt. Mr. and Mr. John Ilnlton Mm l.nla I'hvi i nn.l little h. . i Mi ur t' ! cy Delayed M.i-ter " Viral Spwihe U III at tlli writing. .Ml Irene Whittaker pnt the day Sunday with Ml linnet Preton. Mi. Kdna Itobium i viitinc Ml-- e Nannie and Sallle Spark thi week j Harold Van sf UiimMr. Mr and Mr W II Manta-orncrand baby hav heett tnttina? tUr Mn. Jaas- -. Turarr n Ittrtiiaaw I Mriwt. y m4 Mr. friend here. Paul WHWn. CkonuHll Hul.le and T. M SfiHt ware at Friday aflmm. Mr. Howard Um and br4jtr, Mark JMfitne XtrbofuHrtlW Monday nftariman. Mr. XaaiiH and awgh mr and m. ant Sunday with Mr. Msr. Nlrtia-luvvtl- hr S Mr. N'unn.i- Jrim ntr and Ml ha JnMm and Mr Tarn JhkInk - in CHARACTER CARS F. S. HUGHES, Dealer. AY IN lr.at ! Mr ami Mr. Litre Itolton were the Sunday nf Mr. and Mr. Newt Mr. Ilil Whittaker were Snnday nf M and Mm. dreve Mr and ' tin i;Uet Al ' Hurton. Scvvral r a! nf r la lUrrurfitNirt; GUNN'S hojia tr Mtn- - Phone 223. Lancaster, Ky. GUY. PoUyoiI. Mr. Marry I). I5ic? in l.oxinutun. CHAPEL. l Mr. IBImrt Tontrr IH lth ten-411t- Anwn aiiM)fitic Taunxlay. M. Mr. J. uai In Panvlllo, pent Thurmlay Mr. Iimi 1th Mr. Mr. ami Farrnft Stupp af wir horf .Su4y. Mrt JfMiah MfCully it with nU .tn.- - 4t lluna Vtata f4r u vfeil. Mr. an( Mr. K. II. Omniltor nf Ia Mr. Potr f'Ht Tumilay McC'uIIbJ'. Mm DnyU- - IUiiu'IU win the Sunday of Mi IV'nic Mi-riil- tuot KUt'.'t Ijir.a.tcr arr Mr ar with himI rlatlv, larci' toharco 1mm for Mr. Mlltou Ward. Mr. and Mi vUitor .Sunday Henry Yutcr. of Mr. ami l'Iphroy was the Mr. Ita.'i-oThurilay of Mr. ,1. I VantN. . ... . .... ir. .iiiirMian r.ami in iiuiiuini; a . af Itkh- f Mr. and Mr. J. man I D. RoMiitt Sunday. A imwlxtr af our yatmi; follw cwk irty Ut nttHl pwd a rlwrrli at Snlem rwntly. TVatiT, Hurt Daltny, Mi Ilaait Tauttr ami lirulaa May wvrc gomH of MIm Aiihh May mmi Rit lnin rtiu Kebert Yatcr were Mr. m'Wk Hrnlr Sua4. hrr vwiiibk Mr. W. II. Ua lHlort I.ani: 4anfitlir Mixtlamr ltd 'rMtl Walkor in ami Mr. ami Mr. Crtmlcy tin-thr- ISraw rlillilrrn woro cuoots uf Mr. aaxt Mr. Minim luin.l Sumlny. nniv Sait- Maaar J. M. Amun, ihtm. Olio SimpH ami Wnlkrr HrHl 1h4W atti'mtol a hh1 tif IVlaii.lChma ktK nt U'altmi T1iurlny. ;jvi'ii rharKt Itov. Iiuko hu !'' af Um M. H Churrh kin uml llllol vo- hi tint aMMntmiut SutiirjUiy '! .Snrniay. Mini; Mr. nl Mr. Harvey Twwlor ami Mil, Mr. awl Mr. K. II. t'lumUl.T J)mi hJ T. M f wiTo gwM Chamlh'r Smiitay. MriiHtl Mr. I'rank IjihI. Mi I in pnt l.anl and Mr. lUwanl IjuiiI .Sunday with Mr. anil Mr. Kd Naylor ami family on l.liiKton pik. Mtatit l.urili1 uml Olivia ami Ma CurtU Crow vwn KUtl of tliolr criiinliwiri'Ht. Mr. uml Mn. Prank IjiiuI ami Mi l.anil Sunday liie nitivomont to briiisr to the farm homes of America the wondorl'iil c m fort avd convenience of electric light and power. Thousands of farmr.-- will install this great time and labor saver. How abo'it you? A nation-wid- e I BIG PUBLIC DEMONSTRATION Of The Famous )lwr SiUnt A LAMP FARM ELECTRIC POWER AND LIGHT PLANT tr Every Day October 2nd to 9th See the only lighting plant sold with a No Ruinous Vibra tion guarantee. So perfectly designed that it operates with out anchoring to a special SEE THE FAMOUS WATER GLASS TEST Learn why the Silent Alamo is the best plant for you. Come in any time. I iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiKaalIIIIIIIIIIIIIILVl nluht. MIm Iv.i llulkni M'i'Ml a ili'liulitful M'tk mtl with Mr. .1 union llaiiiltton ami MIh Nornwi Ititrtia MuntKunu'ry nt the forniur hmiu- - on l.vxiiiKtnn piko. Mr. anil Mr. John Hull arc wol romiiiK n prolty little ilaulitiT. who airivivl Oct. Ut. She In hrrn rhru-t'iiBi- l llnxvl. Thoy an-- with Mr. llalU'i u,rrnl, Mr ami Mr. H - iW 1 M II Mrm& H(lllM. Itutll I aaaiaaaaaaBBiitjHpl!il Henry Crime, is improving. The little son of Mr. ami Mm. Felix l.aiic ha liven n,unitc ill. Mrs. Kohcrt Simpson spent tho tlay Thursday with Mm. Vaniiu Hay. Mr. Stanley Foster wis the guest of Mr. Ollie bine Friday night. Mt. Jasper Smith of Indiana is vis iting hi parent Mr. and Mm. Luther Smith. Mr, fatne Davidnon Mr. and Mrs. Jame. Thomas spent Mr. and .Mr. Itoliert Uiytun were one day recently w'th Mr. and Mrs. recently of .Mr. and Mm. Sim Clark Layton of Mr. and Mm. II. M Lane ami fain, .Mr. ami Mm. m, Sutton spent ily spent Sunday with Mr. ami Mm. M mlay w ith Mint Fannie Sutton of Hohert Simpson. 1... Crnh Orchard road. Mr. Maggie Tiacy i the guest of r eiijov hrr on. Mr. ami .'irs. wm. Mili;er pen Mr. H. L. Tr.uey aide tlay Frida with her dau !ei of Mi. Ilehron. Mm. Hoy Pratlter near McCreiry Mis.es Aunes an I Helen Hay wt ie Mr. and Mi. Win. Scott and Ma the guet Friday night of their -t - Hilly Hroun were kuvU Saturday in. Mi Vergellu !l. Hay. of Mr. and Mm. Win. Walker. Ms. Tom Tracey 11111 daughter and Mr. ami Mm. William Hay of the Mr. J. W. N'ayor were the gtitwt Sun Pour KiiIki road were rectint KUet day of Mr. and Mm. Tom Naylor. at Mr. and Mr. Tom IKolin. Mis Ileatrire Adams entertained .Mosdanie Wm. Kinder, Wm. Ijine, several of her fr'tti 'f Sunday in honJanu's antu and C. It. Henry visittst or of her cousins from ("rah Orvlmrd. Mr. Mi ley llciizlcy Tutday. Mr. ami Mm. I.. I. Matthews wore Mr. and Mm. Jim Day Hay of the the guest Saturday night ami Sun PJeuant Hill vacinity pent Saturday day of Mr. and .Mr. Wm. Simpson. with .Mr and .Mr. Tom Doolin. Mr. C. It. Naylor una Mm. Nan .Mr and Mm. I.ee IViidleton and Hay attended the funeral of Mm. family of lluikeyc were Sunday vis- - nie MHlinda Sauder at Huckwye Sunday Itor of Mr. ami Mr. Win. Une. Mr. lv-e- Mr. ami Mr. J. P. Foley hud for their Saturday mnts Mr. and Mrs". I'harlie Tuttle. Mr. Carrie PaviiUnn was the ;uet Mumlay of Mr. and .Mr. (iiiy It.ivid- Mtl of I JUU'Il',r.-- . Mm. JaineK Ka.nui uml i'tiT, Mi Stella N'avlor were ith friemU Saturday. ilr. (Jreen PoynUr hnr houKht a n farm near Stanford. Pooesnion Jan. Int.. 1021. Mrx. Alfred I'oynter and little son, t'.iiv n were vUiton Wedneday of Mr- - (iieeu I'oynter Mr. Mary Coley, of Uirhmond spent a portion of the past week with from liere atteiniwl the Linda Sander at Ituck-e)t- Sunday. Mr and Mr. I. !!. Dunean fpvnl ;'ie .(ay Sunday with Mr. and Mm. U. ti l'reton and family. Mr- - Jim Cloiie ami Mm. Hilda lutein wre the KUet Friday of Mr. Buford Crow at ljincntei. Mr. ami Mr. lreton Snyder and family pent the day Sunday with Mr. and Mm. Floyde Symler. Mr. and Mm. James Matthew and children were the vueit Sunday of Mr. ami Mr. Column l.ocker. Mr. I.e. Hill ami daughter, 0.ic spent Saturday niirht end Sunday with Mr. ami Mrs. IMIard Slmpon. Mi. Mattie lleli'ali Cohh ient from Friday until Sunday with her cjiuiii, Mi Allcni' Sherrow of Mt. Ileliron. Mr. and Mrs. Owen lllakeniau and children were the u' nests Sunday nik'lit of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Simpson and family. Mr. and Mm. Johnon Speake and children were the eueU Saturday nicht and Sunday of her mnthe, Mm. Nannie Moherlev. Mr. JUDSON. I (flayed. jrut .l diftl ot tiwfe TOOAV inm t0r If'alwml fa4. HvM's !illiftrflivfftl tua STOKMES otlhvul qunlluBlllluM'tSclM I UtU in itrtuml of aW4n. I lelln. Kmiiun, lick, tie,' tfea'i ire mim UitiMiragra b. I jaBBBBBBBBBriAV'LBBBBBBaBBBrBBaBfBA lr Yau raa'l oar C4. tmik CutMNtH. Ttv It at aMf rik rrk7tlDRUG afajr Becker & Ballard STOKE. Bryaitiville, Kentucky. Walker of McCreary ami .Ml l.l. la Mromldu of Hyatt vuie were vuitor Friduy of Mis Josephine Corden llcailcy, Mr. and Mm. Ollle (iraham and lit tie sou, William Milton visited Mr. nud Mr. Milton Ward ami Mr. 0. It. Henry Sunday afternoon. Mr. ami Mm. .lame 1 Vuuti and ions, George and Itemchcl spent a dellKhtful day Sunday with Mr. ami Mr. Homer Highland of Hackley. Mrs. C. It. Henry and ion, Master Mr. Jame nfternoon. Mr. Marsha! IMyhiim and .Mr. Jesse Itnylmrn uf Paint I.tak spent the tlay cdiiesd with Mr. ami Mr Jumes Foster. Misses Akiim !!' ami Vergelia Hay were the pleasant rttest Wed- nesday nlj-h- t of Mm. C It. Naylor una II. Hay. Tom Pollard I kUtfering with sprained ancU which was caused by bcliu: throw 1; from her buggy when her horse became frightened ;ind Mis Mr. last Friday. ' Th Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Oct 7. 1920 TUESDAY, OCT. 19th. SWINEBROAD, The Eeal Estate Man of Lancaster, Ky. WITH HIS ASSISTAN i S AND All Eoads Lead To Lebanon AUCTIONEERS WILL "YOU TELL 'EM" SELL AT PIILIC AI of laiut on East Main Street the best and most resirable property in Lebanon: a 10 room dwelling, modern and up to date in every particular: large hall on first and second floors, also bath room on first and second floors, built in wardrobes: sun porches; hot water furnace; electric lights; hardwood floors; beautiful yard, fine shade trees and shrubbery; a splendid barn, modern fire proof garage; ice house, corn crib, poultry house, fish pond, fine garden, plenty of fruit of all kinds. Three other residences on the 13 acres. These will be sold separately with lot and garden. This property will be subdivided, several good building lots will be sold. There will be 5 or 6 acres in lots, the main residence will be sold with sufficient amount of ground as should be necessary to a home of this description. In other words, we will put with the main residence just as much acreage ur; the purchaser may want. It is impossible to give a description of this property which will do it justice. If you are interested in buying the best property and having the satisfaction of owning the most beautiful home in Lebanon then look this over. THE SALE BEGINS AT THIS A T To The High Dollar, for L. A. Collins, the Following Property, in the City of Lebanon. Ky .the Best Town on the Main Branch of L.& N. Railroad from Louisville to Knoxville. NO. 1 I His residence and KU acres PROPERTY PROMPTLY AT 10 O'CLOCK, A. M. NO. 2 Large brick double store room, 45x108, located on 15xlo0. Main Street in the best business section of the town, just opposite the Vaughn Hotel. Over the two rooms is a large opera house, ready for use, with about 400 seats. Has a large basement under each of the store rooms. One of the store rooms occupied by Adams & Wise ? a grocery and meat shop, has installed in the basement a cold storage plant in operation day and night with automatic control. This is a splendid opportunity for any one desiring to go into business or for an investment. The property will rent for a splendid per cent on the money. NO. 3 A splendid brick store building, adjoining the above and known as the "Sea Building". This is a splendidly built brick business house in the very best of repair; good roof and will rent for fifteen per cent on the money invested. Don't fail to make careful investigation of this business property. NO. A brand new loose leaf towarehouse, in the best location in bacco Lebanon, on Woodland avenue, just off Main street. 140 feet by 240 feet. Modern in every respect; well lighted, ISO fire proof wire glass sky lights, ;Lf. On a large lot 2A acres ,also on L. and N. Railroad for a distance of Gol feet, accessible on four sides. Fire proof. Concrete floor and steel frame, steel sidings. Only one row of posts through center, driveway on three sides. Stables built outside. Well lighted two room offices. Here is a proposition which will be sold to some one on day of sale at a bargain. He sure to investigate it thoroughly. NO. 5- A splendid lot of 2A acres, with a good barn thereon, located on West Main Street and College Street, corner lot, SS feet frontage on Main Street, extending 300 feet on railroad property. This is an ideal building lot. Will sell in 2 lots. None other in Lebanon just like it. NO. 6 -- What is known as the old 4--- - "Collins Water Power Mill", located at Xew Market, on Lebanon and pike, 0 miles from Lebanon. It is now equipped with new and modern machinery, has installed for interchangeable power a type "V" Fairbank Oil Engine. Everything about this mill is in a high state of repair, all being newly built in the last five years except main building. The concrete work is wonderful and must be seen to realize this. Heavy reinforced steel and concrete dam. 328 feet long. Also forebay with extra wheel house. This mill is located right in the center of a good farming country; has always enjoyed a thriving business. It is a money maker and is now running every day. Sufficient power can be developed without the use of coal to run electric light and water plant in Lebanon. Citizens of Lebanon investigate this proposition. This might be the cheapest and best way for you to furnish light and power for your city. It is impossible in this advertisement to give in detail the advantages of these different propositions and full and complete description of the properties. Remember Mr. Collins has directed to sell it. He has more business than he can look after so somebody is going t secure a bargain in some of this property. The order of sale of the property will lie announced at thebaic of the residence at 10 o'clock, and all of the property will be sold at the residence on East Main street, or as may be announced there with time given to any one at any time during.the sale to look over any of the property. Our automobiles will be there for the use of prospective purchasers. Sale will be ram or shine if it rains plentv of room in Warehouse. C'amp-bellsvil- le DINNER WILL BE SERVED AND BAND CONCERT DURING THE DAY. All of this property will be .sold upon easy terms, which will he announced at the sale ami possession of the different properties will he jrhon to suit tln .,,w DON'T FAIL TO ATTEND THIS SALE. An opportunity like this to buy property of this kind at your own price is only olfered once in a life time." Kumuffi you imve an ausoiuie Kunramcc ot a lair, square deal, no uiiu For further particulars in regard to a more complete description of thu property ami to show you the property see .Mr. I.. A. Collins at I.hauou. or phone V V Moss or It. II. Devor at my Danville olfices, or A. Dickerson or myself at my Lancaster office, and we will meet you at Lebanon at anv timu or Ink you to Lelvmiin V any time and show you these diirerent properties. Holiver Uond and Sons will he the auctioneers. urs. THE REAL ESTATE MAN, SALES MANAGER. SWINEBROAD LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. imMiMwitwMmi t The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Oct 7, 1920 t Just 41 ShS'd Finished. Marjory (before gi'ttln;: Into bed) . Mtitiiiiui. I forgot oinitiltc I wanted to My In tnjr prn)eni, Shall I say Transcript. I. S.? Illnn Pretty Nearly the Right Idea. ntnm-mlil- Mt In tin big nil I In' In he i elcctrle lights In tin evening she nked her mint) "Is Ihey sryln' to inwfci' tin- - dn.i hunter?" It " .Mum city, ntiil when tlrM Thf Reckoning. (tic defcnted n tin It In linril In rmiillilnti tlml It I better to lme run ami ln'l tlinii in'UT in tune run at all after In1 Imi lmlitinei his -- Yimt.fr iiili'iiiiiii bnnk-hoo- .crordlng In lr. II. W'eUe of Iter, tin mit) Injur) t tin1 skull Is iwrl-.u- i mil v eni to K" on hut then suddenly a lirnlii nhies4 tuny mh'IiIiikKi mnl end fntallv wi-l- Injury Always Serious. l fur )enr. it u Rar, Metal Tin' rii.il Sweden In Coal. I" M" - "111 I" rial rli.intrterlstli of nititalnlns the l tnnndltitn rare nml xnlunhle im-tn- riiirllnu at h' rr VoMergot-lam- l. nf wlilrh Atinl)s show B,n- - pel - "hi I snnnilluni. Strang Oyster Oredglng. nri"tia ())Mers an- olilnlned In At Minorca, in the Medltecrn. wny imply tlr- - In tin tWieriuaii In of T' feet "HI" n a Willi liiiu down. one hand ! th w-lg- tin- - ntlii-- r oyMers tlirtii t irr) li'1 be rn Hi IimiiiI mi pick curry "p mid brings '"any surface FJCtt About the limit, Hir following The Lookout print the Itlble: The InfunnatliHt al-- letter. l lllhle column- t..'-"l- (M7 wonK l bu-k- .tl IT" mt-.- s 1.IM l chap- ters, 117. s I I'mIiii llli. nwl the Til ll.H-.s- ilif imr-- i chapter It I'H" Is l'alm Is In Isaiah , nihMlf erp The .i.iii-- t N Thl Hi- - ('"r. i :hapler. r"ln ciinler Novice, ikpii niiti'il In How to A:trtaln Day't Lrngth inko mllltiif.i imiii'".' ami ri'mriil to lly ii ulinplf Mllr tin' liniMti lit I lif Hip pifp.iiit In Imrsi'. 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H 'I'll'' wimiIp mrwu.il mill lrptiiMiti nt ii Dripk iniuiil) tliliii: i wrsi'l) n niall'T uf hatilt anil The Zuydcr 2te. iitiii) lilttim-l- f tmluliiii u man 'hii Lnrvp n I Hip .uyili-- Zpp, It l a 'In lini'l i.miIII) Hii Hip ntlii-- Imnil. , riuiiiuirnthpl) iiiihIitti In Hip Hip IiiiIhi lit klllimilii: t 'Hi'' "f Hi ari iipri uf llnllntiil It l nhl to tinrp Uiilikiu.; hri-flii tart'ful uiit Hip Ii'iiip ..ri.. I tt ! wrj illltinilt to I i foniuil townnl tin n ml nf cri-iitorni ( tlilriii nth rpiitur)-- . nftt-- r .liuki' nil Hint Hip mini lliut liai al ! upit luliiii'l through jnlipn Hip IiimiiI liliii.il in lli Into tin' 'iJr Hip j tlitt fiiniiTtliic PrlM- prtiuriii- - imlli uf klmmliirf. tlml Hmt tn ml lthmu. M'llh imrtlipni llullaiul. nml ulliT hup k"vl llilu hp lm iiiIm'-Hip I'li'Mi Ink'- - Into n atiti't of aiiullipr nii-nil Comparatively 'lnH'1 A Bribery Always a Sin. I a fin. It Is condemned In tli lawn of Moe. "Ami ihnii shall take no gift: for n gift lilltidcth Ihf wlw nnil iKTtiTtrtti tin" wunla uf Hip wiinl arv aa irtt rllitiMiu." Tlu-lixlay a wlion tlipy wirr wrlltPii. Her. IliTtmril I'nliir. Hrlht-r- Pttt of tht Famoua. flopthp anil Kmprrnr Tlliprlu wprp Illrhtir ditntPil lo laliip TlHMit. waa fnml nf a Iiiicp ilipr. llPinhrnnilt hail a f.tvurllp nM' Cnrillnnl Matnrln prt ui'iiiki-- i mii tln cmnt Itlcliallrii pri'fi-rrii- l n inllprtlim of rnta. Mnli O. W. Durham's I vr Fine 135 Acre Farm St III) VXDKI) Also ft Lot of Personalty At PUBLIC AUCTION on the Premises - 1 -- firi-i-l- (mm-- ,Vn-arrli- SATURDAY, OCTOBER oth :30 P. M. SHARP. splendid farm one of the bett in that tection of the State it locatThis ed in the Eatt End of Lincoln county on the Crab Orchard and Lancaster turnpike 1 2 miles North of Crab Orchard, a station on the L. it N. R. R., where all trains stop and about one mile from the famous Crab Orchard Springs, a noted health retort. Pike runs through the farm and the old Richmond road, which is mostly gravelled, bounds two tides of it. Church and school at opposite corners of farm and easy walking dittance of Crab Orchard Graded School, no tax to pay jutt outtide. Level to gently rolling jutt enough for natural drainage and you can run an automobile all over it. 45 acret in corn; 4 acres in tobacco; 35 acres in stubble; 25 acres in wood Jot; 26 acres in blue grass and meadow. Emoughe timber for general farm ute, including fire wood, which is quite an item, for all time to come. A fine lay out for wheat, corn and tobacco crops for ner.t year. Improvementt Nice 6 room brick and frame residence, halls and porches, chicken house, double crib, fine hip roof stock barn, 32x64, and 16 feet to eaves.35 feet to ridge built of dretsedoak, matched drop siding and painted, on concrete foundation with galvanized metal roof and cupola. Fine water well and cittern at dwelling, everlatting tpringt, ponds, Dix River, etc. Well fenced and crott fenced. The owner has always prided himself on good fencing. Most of thit farm it at rich at they make them, about the right size in these days of tcarce 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 bett of neighbor, etc., all of which maket it an exceedingly detirable farm, one of the very bett locations in the county and a place you will be proud to call HOME. The owner it a and hat inttucted ut to SELL. Some one it going to get a bargain. Boyt, you can't go wrong on one like thit. 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 contitting of farming implementt, houtehold goodt, etc will be offered for tale immediately after the sale of the farm. This farm is up and selling for the HIGH DOLLAR with possession January 1st, 1921. TERMS liberal and made known on day of sale. Mr. H. G. Skiles, at the Crab Orchard Bank, will take pleasure in showing thit farm to any prospective buyer before sale day. For further particulars, see, write or phone either H. (i. Skiles at the Crab Orchard Bank, or AT 1 two-ttor- y non-reiident ih-n- m a ir-- il'T i' tiupTj M ' . r -- r I i I rnn-iiTt- nl I r Kirksville Suburban Home chance equal to this one. Situated between Ky, on the Kirbtville and Kentucky River turnthe village of Kirksville, Ky., and Round Hill, pike, known at the John W. Turner property to be offered for tale to the highest and bett Ti neldom Col. J. B. HUGHES and McCARTY Dinwiddie the on Block. We Took- - thr Advice. People continue hnvluc trouble with nml hlshly esteemed the A placard een on Enct'Mi l.tiiRimee. Vnhlncton Mreet pina: "Don't fall tl:l ale nf thoea." Iloaton to tnl TrnnacHpf. n -- STANFORD, KY. thai we are able to offer you bidder, on . Saturday, October 9, AT TEN O'CLOCK, A. M. Kirksville, is a town of about SOD people, has a bank, general stores, drug store, Lodge Garage, Meat Shop, Blacksmith Shop and a live progressive town, just one mile North of Hall, Kirksville (most of tpace between these towns built up in homes) is the town of Round Hill, a thriving little village that can boast of nearly as many inhabitants as Kirksville. has its black smith shop, Garage, three general stores, grist mill. KIRKSVILLE HIGH SCHOOL. Wild Cinnamon. Alttioneh I'"' rnltlviitlim of cinnamon In lniloCliInn ! Inrn'.tln;. mut of Hii product eotiipa from n wild When n natUe UIonpra a hruh cinnamon tni? In mum iiiiiWp n ileo laratlon hpfniv Hip hn'nl niltnlnlatra-tlon- . which cuta ilomi Hip tni'. for Bablta. An Infant In Hulann la uaually hnr Ip1 In nnml up to Ha wnlat whrnpvpr thp mother I hur. anil thin t thp only cradle It orer knona. TIip lltUa l.npp on the other hum!, fare moat hoe. luiuiiouily In lt. mother' Thip IJipp ahoea nrp hlc affair of akin Muffed with anft moi. nmt can he luinjr on n peit or tree branch afe ly out of the way. Women Hula. honimiuiPii ut I'hliin have no rtuhta. nei'il to acliiiip fur uutuen' Hipiii Tin- - hontwoman, they po-whether Mip te n Miute unman or a wife or a uhlnu l the homl of the houe. Hint la to My of the liont. If ahe U ninrrl.il Hip tnoliaml tnke the l. apful hill Miliiril''! ii' place uf She ill"'" it.- - teerliii:. mnkea hnrcnliK with Hip ipi.tu:er. collects iipplie ami In cen the money, tiuy em I Ionia H over ptervihln. LATE Death only a matter of short time. Don't wait until pains and aches become incurable diseases. Avoid painful consequences by taking TOO Quttr Cradlt 004 of Pelltlea. The code of politics Is very ilraplt and m.ty he expresai!! In two The mnn who expects to remain a factor In politics mutt be loyal tn hla friend. Once tie has siren his word he must keep It recartlleai. Then" nre the articles nf faith, and they lime been the superstructure of every-- political dynasty, crvat or small. Jay K. House In the Saturday Kvcnlns I'oat. .. -prt COLD MEDAL Tha world's standard rstnady foe kidney, rar, bladder and uric sdd trouble the National Reaoedy of Holland since 1690. Ouaranteed. Three sites, all dniffitta. t the aaaae Cald SfWal MevetF baas II Whert Chine TIip About half way between these towns and within onefourth mile of the property we going to offer, is the Kirksville High school, said school is accredited and gives a child a are 12th grade education without costing the parent or property owner any tax excepting the regu lar countv school tax. A handsome brick structure that is a credit to any community. This neighborhood it noted throughout Madison County for its high morals and a hunger among its citisenthip to build and mold into the minds of its children a desire for higher and better things, a real place to rear and educate your children. 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- deck-hnm- There are many people who would like to own this heme, but who SUBDIVISION large for their pocket books, so I am going to divide this place into three or feel that it it too 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 galvaniied roof and nearly new. Fencing is of the bett and all nearly new. If you want a good place to live, whera you can make EASY money and where your always wear a smile and greet you pleasantly when you come about, and where your wife will Bower.Blrd's Wooing. cynical method of entlrlnu a hel tntltu; partner Into the iuml of inntrl tunny la fnniUhed hy Hie hower-hlnl- . which hulltln n itrucliire of atlcks formed Into a kind of paxinte or avewith nue ii nil lienutlfiill) oriinim-ntefenthem anil MiclU. On ll dimple-Hothe would'he hrlilivriMim hrlus the hlnl of hla choice to lniect his fine eMnhllhtneiit ami entice her to aluire It. A n children can get the real life and receive education without your being put to any additional expense, I have the place. Sing Sinn. Hie iirlwui ut Oxiiiiiii:. N. Y., U called Sine Siui: liiniue the city ol 0liilim firmer!) wu named Stnf Sine. The iiuiue u ul liutluii origin. Tim town u firt eittul lu 17(10 mid incorporutrtl under the iinuie uf hint Sing In ISOI. IteoniiiM' of the univer f Situr Sins prison sal atMiclntluti with the villus" the Mime nf the place waa chanted o u.Muliie In 1111. A In lllk). new rhnrlpr wii' 'n'o eff After Rain In t Jjurt After k rain In H of ths southern part of tU I'liitcd .states there Is a scent in the air which la very much like sphva. ThU odor One.Foot Oyster in Australia. couies from the cre.inevtood husti, Tlie large! eillhle nytten In Hie which irrons lu creut .iiuntltlea all found AuMrnlla. They out the dry laml nt certain alti- world areMimetiiiie lu more than n foot tude. This ahruh l dark green, and mensiire when tta leaves ure dampened hy the across the hell. Mlfl lliut .i...l Wl.l I...- - .1... nil .1.1 IIII7 .1. ItltBj Mf... m.-- j Wealth and Happlnsss. very usreeaiiie errmiie tvincn make wealth doesn't "A mnn who rain In the decrt even more p!eiauu ald Jud Tunklaa. bring happiness." "never saw n small hoy who found a Huirlle Post quarter In tho street Just as he was A i i.i t.ii to Knglla vi passing a candy store." i. he eighteenth i .i.i .1 This Animals Cause Asthma. waa Itnl' a )0UQ4 I' lie.. who Certnln people are liable to attack u.iii, unit lirougut uiau em i n ' out Jil t!rj or'. The Muse In I4v-er- of nMlium when brought Into contact with int. iloe. etc. ThU U duo to " r -- itniaii vt HiwhlUt itlll Hi . rlie. With the pro an etiitiunilon from the skin or fur of ' ceeds uf tln"p i.rk ami of "The Toy- - j the nt iin' shop, n fari'i-- he "l up a n l"iselt I Tree Found In a Mint. vr In I'm!! Mull and utthlu a i'ew ( Discovery tia been made In the )euri he hm "i irouitiicut of Iron mine, npiir Tnciinlle. Minn., Loudon's lie t'lUiil the tinf fnr from the wmrce of the Missisami work of pope Jiiliu-ii- n sippi rher of Hie trunk and hrnnrhei I 11: the "Anniinl of n preliNlurle tree In excellent KegUter ' state of preerntloii If . . ii - Mlno-Hany,- , iii Hoi-ma- 1 Qold-anill- 11 11 Mil ei9tt0)8CC980 Rheumatism t 0 00 flOBCOO Gmet This From Tiny Pain Garmt First of all, ret it finaly flstd in your Mind tkst all tU llalstwta ia tas world bar no saTect what-ertr In nnclelit tlmev when the We will be glad to take all interested parties over the land before the sale and will be nian was tumble to arrange with the glad to cut off any piece or part of this farm and offer separately if you are interested and will parents for the purchase of the girl, be would run off w'lth her nml hide. see John W. turmr at Kirksville. Ky., ar Many he employed the help of Rtllc of Old Barbarism. younc IHIIIIIIIHIIIHMIHIMMIIIHIMMH is why S.RS., oa KhtuaisUiaa. R, 1 Gh PAINT LICK, KENTUCKY. Woods timet a trusted friend. Krmu theae Inci custom nf dents came the the wedding )unicy of hidden death aatlon. Thp inxteil friend of lung well-know- L ago la Hip leM man 'of toilsy, who still heli with the arrangements of lae wedding. A Tsrr coasasea font of lattt case rsrau taat cause yser KjUUaMaat HtU m I rsuec awawwaa a asTerata tw mtiMA ww asamerTivane Asf si tiay eiasaM asms wiUaisfeK ma bleed. Ust eat aad ealy stasieto 8.M. is told hf all enMbts. it vsa wfcick frm litsratan aad naMnlsWlia) vfaaiiatMta HwaWBsf elsaaaes tM Mead el taese flenss, tea be Jud by wrisJag te Ckial iiiisi Aonstf . im a wwt i sadrawjU tkaai aUfaty eut of tke lliffM known blood suriAer is ae sesssis ful in the trestateat of fUsttwa-lisa- i. It Is a powerfsl cits wear of tat blood, aad will remove taa dls tke rrssUtt if. IW7iAsMU,U. The Central Record, Lancaster. Ky. Thursday, Oct 7 1920. I 81 HUNTING SEASON Is now on and we are fairs entirely to our elective, LEAGUE CALLED otNciaK oontomlinir ourselves MISSIONS HOPE. with n perfunctory kick when thinpi do not o to suit us. 'v should leave the iieatenDisciplos Ot C hnst Con path and take some of this resvention Told That ponsibility upon our own shoulders. It would lie jtootl Katificatii n lsThe .for the community anil even World's Chief better for us. . ajtsWeMMMMSvMesMSMai EXTRA QUALITY SEED WHEAT Recleaned ROSEN SEED RYE. OBEUSK-T- he SEED BARLEY. LARGE AUDIENCES Need. Ky., "Ilntitrmtion of I.aulmltc. the I.cftgtl af N'ntioM a the great est aid to American mislnary work," w rmpha'od at every annual conof the cightv-cightvention of the Churehc of Cint in Kentucky, being held at the First Christian Chureh. Declaring that resolutions in are to be expected a a result of the eonlllct between capital an. I labor and of the di'sotlstied faction over the manner in which the Irish question Is bring handled- that food is practically unobtainable in (ier many and Autrm and describing con ditien everywhere in Kuiope a "ter rible." Dr II. II Cnfle'd. president of Trnnshania t'ni.ersit. who bn Jut retnrnwl from h three months stuily uf ron.lili m in Kuropc. saul that "the only iope for strii ken Ktlrop i the lavrur of Nations '" n li Krie-land - Blue Ribbon Premium Flour Try h Sack Today. Attending The Baptist Revival. Tne special revival nervier At the ltnptit Church starte.1 off very e Sunday. Kvery auspieiou'ly is being well attended and prospects are line fnr a great revival In I lev Theodore Nathan-ta- i !.nnctiter. Compton. A. M , ! P.. who has charge of these services, is a preacher of Kreat ability. He has probably lone mure ministerial work than any one man of his aire amoni: Southern t'nder his own preaching llaptit fere have been more than l.'i.OOO irofesnins of faith. He has held headquarters for all kinds of amunition and guns. Ballards Hi an. Kentucky Farm Feed. lt Clover end Tlmolhy Seed. TANKAGE FOR HOGS. Genuine Knnnwhn Salt ser-vic- Conn ! Brothers. ()( Lime, .Sand, Cement, Rock, Common and Pressed .trick. LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS.' prominent Mtorote .Mnilitnv!l).-- . in the South, S . quity and thrown the unmv for a filthy mess of gambler be S1.50 a Yaar. Issued W.tkly. .smirched pottage. Payable ia Advaaca. Unless the base ball world J. E. ROBINSON. Editor, can be thoroughly and effec rt. L .ELKI.V. Local Editor and Mgr. tively purged of those grafting entered at the Post Office In Lan-- . traitors, and the honest play . r. .tl ers protected troni suspicion. cancr. ny . ns aeconu-uiai- i Matter. we might well consign the ball 'and the bat to oblivion and im UKisler, Ky.. October 7. 1920 port a few bulls and matodores Auociation from ancient Spain Member Kentucky Press The sport would be slippery Fer.iro AJ.rtitirtg R.pt..iWi. with the blood of the vanquish THE AMFJICAV WFASAS50C1.T10N, ed, but the public would at Rates For Political Announc.msnts. least ktlOW that tilO laurels of tot Precinct ntid City Offices. .16.00 'the victor were honestly won. 1 The Central Record I ... Union Itouire, m , italtimore. Mil . ami the F rst hmiI Third Churches of Owen ! ro Dunne the war. while mtor at Lebanon. Tenn . he wn chairman if .ill war work in Wilson County, ami luririkf the four years delivered more lhan one thouHnd addreso and sermon, speaking with u. h men as Mien Fort. Carey Morgan and Ja. I. Vanee. Dr. Compton tuured Kurope in IM7 with II. C. Whtttini:- tull. our present missionary in Home In IDOt he toured the U'wt Indie with T T. Knton. DonlRleM these e nlu'imc K . Hudson 8b Farnau l.r(lir Drfmt Mr.ni llarhiri.m "If the I.tMigue of Nation l turn I'-- w. -- WITH THE FIGHT ... Press dispatches tell us that for months a bitter light has been wage.l by the retailer and jine ,jo !tnt' consumer against the man .06 ufacturer and the wholesaler Jbituaries. per line The bone of contention is the , DEMOCRATIC TICKET. lowering of prices. The consumer is tired of payPresident. ing profiteering prices for M. COX. JAMES everything he buys. He is call of Ohio. ing a halt by curtailing his ex Vic President penditures. FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT, The retailer realizes this and of New York. feels the loss of trade through United States Senator the determination of the con J. C. W. BECKHAM, sumer to buy only absolute nec of Frankfort, Kjr. essities until such time as prices Congress return to normal. J. RALPH GILBERT, The retailer is as desirous of Of Shelbyville. a reduction in prices as is the consumer, and is fighting the BULL FIGHTS manufacturer and the wholeAND BASE BALL. saler to this end. The latter, however, appears Hull fighting is the national to be loath to surrender his exsport in Spain. In the United cessive profits, and is holding States it is base ball. out to the end. In Spain every one goes to That end, when it comes, see the matadore vanquish the king down to the may possibly be a federal bull, from the humblest citizen. It is a gala grand jury indictment for proday, and the matadore is a na- fiteering. The government, the retail tional hero. er and the consumer, when In this country large numbers of people go to the ball working together, are decided games, from the oirice boy ly more powerful than the down to the head of the firm. manufacturer and the middleThe electric wires Hash the re- man. Stubbornness and greed may sult to the entire nation. The bull fight is clean, even succeed for a time, but is guts a if it is gory. Graft apparently jolt in the end. has not entered into the sport, TOO MUCH RUT. ns the matodore could hardly "throw" the fight in favor of The fellow who wears a path the bull without having his from his work to his home will tossed all over the arena soon wear himself out. from the horns of the pain These are not the times of a maddened amimal hundred years ago, when life I'm base bull, the American was more simple anil people national game? had time to think. Today we Honest lovers of the sport are going the pace that kills in are sick, nauseated, holding our chase for wealth, a pace thoir noses from the stench of that taxes nature to the limit. We need more recreation, the graft that is creeping in. What will future champion-shi- p more relaxation, more enjoypennants mean? ment free from the cares of To the public they will be business, for without these the d ecorntcd with the emblem of pep of life will become sapped the almighty dollar the dirty to the marrow. In our haste to accumulate dollar of jjraft indicating that some Judas of the dia- - wealth we have acquired the mom! has sunk his honor in ini-- J habit of leaving community uf- 0 for County Offices for State ami District 10.00 j ' OfTicti--13.0- .10 For Calls, per line .10 for Cardi, per line r0r all publication in the Inter- est of individual, or expr..- - perlence. are enough ti one that Dr Compton i irk and heedinv.-- . He a modest speaker, of strong personality, and while humorous never tuirx. A man who appeals to The late Olie all claw of people Jnmr smm! of him ; "There is net liner personality in the L'niteil States, Senate than T. N. Compton." Sena- tn. Haywood .poke of him as; 'l.oiri- Dr. T. eian. rhtkMontacr. Urntor. T. Katun said, "He i sound, sane and and startllnir. tirrin sineere. These are only a few of the many nice thinus tbut have been said about him. Dr. Compton i ably in the meeting by evangelistic sinter, Kdwin T. (itvens. The music is one of the chief attractions of these services Hrother (liven has a pleasing tenor voice, which i lino both for solo and congregational singini;. The pres of Armenia and S "the no by the Turks under Crreann lea ership will conUnur in the land w i rc chritiunity wn bom " The League of Nation was .i.M touched b th.- Kev Dr. M. A Hart, Danville, regional ecreUiry. "Christ purpose of the wurbl was to make (' a one." he oid "Our Lord every nations for an proved internal nntl mm I worth hear n inter lal heart." - Dr. B. I. ed down." the II addressing the morninx eion. a Foot VS. Ball ri No Reduction In Price. d. confirtnation of pr Detroit, announrmg pat.hr fro-that there would he no reduction in the price of Dodge Hrother Motor Car-- , ho been received by Kinnaird Hrother. the Dodse Hrother dealer .V telegram from C W in this city. man Matheson. acting general sal alter to the local dealer, read "Dodge Hrother ollcy h ever to give full value for the priee asked. There will reduction in the present price of Dodge llrothers motor cars. Newspaper reporU to the contrary are absolutely untrue." "DodKe Hrother announcement wa no surprise to us", mml Kinnaird only a sab Hrother. "In fact it stantiation of Dodtie Hrother ui ne principles. At no time have they ever demanded an ex rem amount for their product. As in the mI, the) .If irtisur in the future u den ,in.. a fair return for their eiforla. "The mere fact that the dm at for Dodge Hrothers motor ciir i 'ill greater than the supply, despite the great expansion program at the f.irtory, tins absolutely nothing to do with the decision to continue tlw pre ent prices. In mark run- - their car Dodge Hrother hate njver made .i point of price and will never suenfirr the quality if their produc. to entr , pr e 1 1. in pet ition " On ml Ix-eh-- no -- CENTRE HOWARD Of BirminKrham. Ala. aited , Saturday, RESERVED SEATS BOX SEATS . Oct 9th $1.00 $1.50 $1.00 CHKKK FIFLI) ence anl help of every singer in our community is earnestly desired. Sen-iceevery night at 7:15. Day service at 10 o'clock. Kvery service a good one. A special program is being arranged for the Sunday School nel Sunday, and we hope to maku thi the biggest S. S. day we have ever had. We urge all ilaptist and all who are not Identified with some other Sunday School to be present Sunday morning. We deeply appre ciate the hearty cooperation we are receiving from the other pastors ami congregations of our town, and we hope to make every service interesting and worth while to all C I. Strother s DANV1LLF, KY AUTO SPACE Howard Has One Of The .Strongest College Teams In The South. Tickets On Sale At Shop Perfect. ille, Kentucky. Dan- - The Remedy. For F.yejtrain and blurrtnl vision is SCIENTIFICALLY FIT TED GLASSES. J. J. IIYKNK, Kxclusive Optometrist Danville. Ki HYRNES FORD'S MINERS Heed High Pay, Not Union. 3C DCZZDC DC 1IAKI.AN KY- .- Miners at llunry Ford mini's on Itanner Fork, who. ome time ago were ordered to go on strike because of Ford's refusal to reciignue the union hove, none buck tu work and rofusod to obey the strike order issued by olficiabt uf the United Mine Workurs upon an- A New Seed Wheat Lexington, Ky., The Kentucky Kxperiment Station announces the development of a new variety of seed wheat, which ha been c.Mled " n land." This variety represents a se lection from Fultz and hn nil the good ijualitio. of thi old well known variety, besides Imvuig a stiver straw and so far has proven a better yielder than the Fultz. It u nleo comuir.t tively free from disease, such a tl scab, etc. Owning to the fact Out the Station h furnished a number of selected fanners in Kentucky the seed uf this new variety, several thousand bushels should be red for listributiuu in the State this fall For further information concerning Departthis write t the ronomy illegi uf Agriculture ment. SUPERIOR WHEAT THE NAME TELLS A nouncement of Ford official that the automobile man's company would py wage higher than those provided In the Knoxville ugreemunt and opent-tor'- s period. Ford's tHcties in dealing with this strike . uniiuu and unprecedented! in tba heretofore strikers been oc DRILLS TRUE STOKY. es he casioned because the oxrutor EightgDisk WITH 8 inch !$ 100.00 ' want is ed to pay lower wago than were demanded by the union, whereas Ford GRASS SEEDER. paying higher wage than the union lemands. As one operator expressed the situation recently, it n cm to be Common Witchhazel a case where the miners have turned town the orders of the union for the For Sore Eyes sake of more dollars and better living It is surprising how quickly eye in conditions provided by the Ford llamation is helped by common witch-haiel- , plants. camphor, hydrastis, etc , as mixed in Ijivoiitik eye waih. One lady, who had been troubled ( elderly Contentment exists when WKST- - with chronic eve inllamation lor 1'F.TKO is used. Oils that penetrate, many years, was greatly helped in gas that vibrates, gives power untold. two days. We guurantee a small (let the best and see the "difference." bottle of Uvoptik to help ANY CASK Wutch for tho "UKD TltUCK." eyes. weak, strained or inflamed McHOU-KKTW. S. Currier, Aluminum eye cup FKKK. Sold exclusively by rather than recognize the union Fertilizer and Plain Drills All sizes in stock Fine SPECIAL-Slight- ly flam-age- d wheat drill, has sown 50acres-$75.0- Satisfaction Prevails. 0. HASELDEN RMS 3r DC S U.-'-- tf. 1'hone 63. DKUC STOIIK. adv. 3CI The Central Record. Lancaster Ky. Thursday, Oct 7, 1920. 1 Ladies Rsady-t- o -- Wear IE SPECIAL We arc opening the fall tlrpnrlmenl. Our Mock through hns been gone resen-in- n with special prices in every Garments. Suits and a downward beautifully tailored, vision made regardless of our purchase price. by-wo- Quality is our and we arc not offerlower price, but our usual G VV W IA G fli s silk lined throughout $42.50 to $85.00. ing you inferior merchandise at n The One Price Store. 4 will meet Snturda ut 2 In. We will open during the next few weeks a wonderful line of coats them. .t $29.75. Special, see good values. V W?sfc m sV att rV w V V n aOT"V trs, ywr isvV t?s rinj VV V sV 'V ww WE ARE STILL TKlMMING OUR PRICES AND NOT OUR HUT LITTLE RENT TO PAY. CUSTOMERS U T I ii at .. ! I'fnf. J Hi Mr uti i W. Citok w.n thi we ml Matin- I.uU. of in. friend. Mi -t Cider Mill, Manure Spreader, Silo Filler, Horse Wheat Drill, 1 nl in lUH ! i'..r Mr. her .Mr. J. K. Storwo Monday, I were lender rENn s vMUwk Daw- - Vi. Sue William spent 'he ';iweek end with Mis Cleo Morgan ,tt her how on th Psll I irk pike. Kiniorr. Mr. ami Mrs. i'om Akron. UM. are uwm of Mr Mrs. ' GOAL !& HIGH Save One Third Of The Expense This Winter By Heatiny: Your Home With A Ice Cream Freezer, Buggies and Harness Cheap. Just received Cooks und Nances $25.00 to $99.00 Heaters $10. to $40. Wire Fence 90cts. Ml l)RH, in of .in-'- . ill. ,M, J. R. MOUNT The &i Q DeHl CO. are House. ,.t MK 1 Vnnlnirton. 1,r"Mt al h fPtlon K. l.uthcr Cililx nml Miss Kliznlirth Mii vil.i. rrr A Itr.cl Mtntisn ol Ihi Comlnt lloppor. lui rcturni'd to Ciimp (Sililii Friilny nftornoon were Mrs. tl jJan' Harrington Klnir West ami daughter, Iwmi lyThou V, Art InlirciliJ lr Mr- D. Swipoii ami ilr. SM.slarii. Mi Winifred Wet, of Lexington, npmttHK hn Ki.h.r.m llrown Ml w. k Vh . Mr K. I. Ilenr.1. of Shell.. Mile few ilnyt in Lcfitik'tHii with Mr. .1 awitiiHt t(achr In iJuiin'o ClMipol, in Mr. Ilranliam Ileniley, of Sun u u iMtor in Mr. Jark limit I Henry SimpMin. '(IiirtHnl County, rvturnml to Texas, Mr D. C Klmore. f Sun Ih iiKton Akron, Ohio. Mr. J. II. Cal!.., of Mrs. W. II. JuiH tluii City Mrs. K. I.. Owslvy. W H Cook. m( Dun Mr Mr Manor,. .Mrs. W. It. Cook nml Ml. .r Kmin.co. Mr.. John Hangman. Mr. I.. It. Cnn ami Httle sun. of iiw4T. . m'!. wtfv in . oooar i in S Shlhy MatMi wvn vt.ittir? In ,. . .. nil nanvuie, .iwe nnTiirr .'Tni i uiwwy wn Bl Kir- - To m Durham, of Danv lie yirMiHt Tiirsda) .1. II. Conn enu, Mr. and Mr. Krrh .Mr. uii Mi. C. H. in lii-vOW- . j kjivr m.t delightful liirth.l.i. Iiniur Mrs. W T. Wot ami .Mr.. H, ;u. mwhI utrtwt. rwtit visit wh iriven at the home of Mr and loy have returnril from a vIMt to their There will be a pie supper at West PAINT LICK SCHOOL NOTES Mr J. din Turner eallinl lu the 1r Jim HtUfnMii "ii the I Point School House on Friday niirl'.t. .Mkli.. 'tlnuuliter, Mrs. Itolwrt Kmhry and l.odMde of her 4ter, Mr. Audrey f Mr. Sum JMJl. Tln happ airair liki on Sun !a Mrs. Ike Dunn. 111 l.oxinulon. Use .iml Mike, the Jennme' twin, Oct. Mb., the proceed to be used for i" ! ktWH JlS4illK n f IJinjer. who quite sick at her home win to celebrate the birthday of Mr. the benefit of the school. Kvery one thev look alike. in Cnrihou, .Maine. cMJiri Hutfmnn who was CO years of ace, Mr and Mr. W 1). Montgomery i invjte.1. llndcet Col'ton out of school on i"Mrs. J. I.'. Mount ami MUk Joun and duui:)iter. Margaret - of Mr. Jim Wood, Mr. Tom Shiviu. and of her brother, Mr. Leonard There will be a pie supper at An- who wa 70 year old on that a count of a Iwd cold. vUltnr of Mr. Mr J A. Ilisizley. .Ml.e Mildred Mere week-enin Mwint m itlnu rkiUv.. Ued Wintrs West i procreinu tinei tiwh school house, Saturday ninht, ml Mr. Jam Hamilton on the Lex- 'and Virginia lleazley were shoppers dny. There were eighty Kuets presOctober tlth, proceed to co for the a in her French course. ington ronil. ent to partake of the houuteou in Hanville Saturday Mn. UarW Okfhimi. f Itichmoinl. pre iw red by the hntes. The Sltinnx Hall still think that he i Iwnotit of the school. Kverybody cor- Mt,. I.elM Uuild. r. who has heen dially invitel to eume ami bring a pie. Mr w S- - Jtourni. It lki xmml ml hir wothrr, Mrs. Clay KrB,,. guest left after wi.bini; Mr. Ilulf- - always ttrst 011 Honor Itoll. uiMuni: .miss iteiiecra x iiiiam in .laughter. Mi Kilo Mae lloume have man and Mr. I'nlUnl many more surh tm ArsiahL lloyle are) Pete Ledford and Helen pie suppur at th here will ho her desfirninK shop. wa called to r,.,urnw, frm ,i0jKi,lf(1 v,.j, , Mr bnppy dny, enjoying a novel together. white Oak School Houo Friday night GMh HotMlrii ki roturn-- .MeniMftK lenn.. by the illnoss of her Mr, Jolm Cndenvood at llnnvilte. Peg l'ndrwoml. for the pat week, Oct, Mh. Come anil help a good kSHli a (tUviMiHt visit to Ikt mother. t the home of the hn.'e mother. Mi. Ilurtoii Woodward ami little Mr. Charle Johnson, the marriage Im furnrhed the school with candy. eau.e. sister In Daytfln OIhm. Mrs IVrmelm Hokic hns juM re- daughter, Klirabetb Cash, of London,, - I.illie Wibnot, Teacher. of Mii Claudine Iternette Johnson Pay Prewitt and Pat Ledford drive Mis Mitry ArttwH ha rtiirml t turned from a delichtful vWt to rela are gue.ts of her grandparents, Judge and Mr. Joseph K. Ilrynnt, of Wash (a free taxi to Paint Lick during naon to denr old Our stneore rugret LilviB. wkurti slii' "ill Ih iimli r tko tixe and friend in Lexington, Parts ami .Mr K . Harris, on Mnple ave. ' inglon. n. t .. iook place I uelay hour, L(iotnr' rnro fsr fow Jlexieti. We plumb forgot to cliro- and I'lehotond. While nway she also evening at Hillshoro, Ohio. They ' Peyton CaldwuM i wuek grieved nkkr the fact that (Viurnl Obrcgon Mr. ami Mr llranlmm lleazley ami with the bride' mother for a that llridxet CakvtoH llwird, of Sk.'ll.yvillo. visited Natural Undue. Mrs. I'. can't bo In wa dulv and proM-rlchildren, Mis Klisnhcth Cililn. Mr. elected presiand are now he pue of rrhotiL kn Immii tki uuvml of Mr. Dunlup Mr. W. (. (!oMlUe iiIIm to and Mr. Luther Cibb formed an, few da dent i. few week hpo and is still the groom's parents at Hryantavitle, WnutHii. m t.oxinutoti iivotuH'. lUndortouvillo, V. C., by the critical automobile wirt to Lexington Tue. One of the young merchants of nhe ground. Ky After a short vtit they will go Illness of his wife hut hiter report daj Flint Ijck put A. II. K.tri.lce out uf Kuli 11ml Ulllan Kinnainl Ms to Washington. I). C, where Mr. Hry. that he wa. better, which i urutiHeH-tukVc r4iirnid from n vi.lt to Mr. nml Mrs. Iluyden and .h.ughter. Mnw ant i a valued emplovee of the lleiiu business. to her many friends. Kodney ltaUton. the only Ssnivr. in l.oulvlllc. It. I.owis Clru llaydcn, of l.elHgtn. have lirm. Mr. Ilrynnt is well known hi working bo lr J. It. KiniMinl nttomled the been the gtiMtt of Mr. Haydeii's n he was bom and rimed in tri s. 'iiutl hwir. in a clay bank, after .Mr. Jukn Dunh, who lias littin Kentucky State Medical Assuiiatmu brother. Mr. S. Lutlier (Jibbs and Mr. county, and the best wihe of all Kk mtkir. .Mrs. A.lihwrn I'riro 111 Lexington and nindij a splendid CiblM. Tim Arnehl is wearing her white . who know him follow the couple Plurnlii. has nituriiil to Krt addrt on "Foot Print uf our .Meddress to sctu id, much aguinst her Mis. L. X. Miller and little dough CINCINNATI, OHIO The hospitality of the attractive .Mats Wlnlfi.'.i U'ml, at l.iKnKtun. ical Predecessors in Kentucky." tor, Anna Wagers, are in Iticbmond, Luther (libb homo on lxington ave mother!, will. and return via t(tr, Mr. Vn.. kytk mui uf hur Mr. Long, the assistant principal. Mr, llucknvr Spindle and little the giiMsu of btr sister, Mr. Ktlsth wa extended Friday afternoon to Relajrt Kinnainl n. Mr. Kinmilrti. kee all hut "nrst Lhoico. eer W. (iolt. w)io daughter, Marjor, have hern friends, when the day after school. ibout evonty-llvL. & N. $3.15 $3.15 Mr and Mr Hubert and, spending the suitutier with her par- Mrs. I.ettie Ware ha r. turned graeiou hotessist entertained with Hougkbnhy West wwghed Monday ( ampbell, are visiting ents, .Mr and Mr It. K Mcltobert, n, William from Hopkinvill will .peiul the n iicniituui reception, white iinnii- and found to her delight that she hadj aUINUAX , UUI. 1U, lifZV J W Joue i;i I "Ul have returuc I ' ineir home in Xor winter with In.' daughter, Mrs. It. K. a. yellow dnhlin nml brown-eyer sister. Mr gained several pound since Friday. gpecml tram will leave Lnncatr folk Vn dle. Mcltoberts hi I Mr.' Mcltuherts on usan formed the ilecorHtioti in the M., rcturnlni: will leave 1th 5:J receiving room. The table decorali.inville a wiui . The old Cm lo" sImiw i rupidly St. Statien Cincinnati :30 P. M. tmiis were a profusion of yellow flow-Mr. and Mr. Talbott Jenkins en-t- ers, the runlcrpiece being n basket of becominsT .1 thing of the past. It For further in form at ion on- K,22,2S'I'SS" mined at uiiner Sunday, those j i' I low and white dahlia, with a bow doesn't stop their. uit i0lal Ticket Agent. fix IMitakiug were Miss Fannie and .Mr. f yellow title on the basket handle M l.uthor Jenkins of Itichinond, Mr. nndm t.ulll,,. ,tun,u witll yt.Uow Mr, llryun Wilmot. graced either end of the table Many yellow candle in silver mi.' ) Mi.se KliMheth King; and Crouthorn, Metssn !toroe Ham- crystal raudehibarii shed their rndi Mr. and Mr. mice en the scene in all of the room ilton and Tohi IV ice. i.ik nml mints, in the color ...........1 .1... t motif of yellow nml white were erv 1 Nicholas rile Sa'uniay night. ed. In the receiving line were Mlsj In disrate there are two thing, that r manifrtl CAUSE and EF-B- y Q Dr F. - It.ard and Sou, .Marion, Hliznbtth Cibbs, Mr. Itranhnm If! $5.00 HoHie gallon of Shelbyville. spent Sunday with lleiiiley. Mr. I. C Klmore, Mrs. j FECT. The Chiropractor concerns hlmtrlf m ilh only one of these. $3.50 Al:,. Danlnn lllanlon and were ue. P I. It.iir.l nml Mi.. U'i..lfr...l U'.i.i I EF. isllng Mr. (Jlbbs in entertaining tomiaii I htMos by hi wife, who ha gallon j been the guest ol Mrs. illauton. $1.50. $2.00 Roofing A c oniultation and spinal analysis will were Mrs. Virgil Kinnalrd, .Mis Sue FECT. Sta your Chiropractor, SLulby Mason, Mr. J. K. Itnbinson. cost you nothing. Mrs. Luther (ilbbs. .Miss Klunbetli Gossip About People ve W - Si nle Mill n rrankfurt vii. i h Mr. Jim Hoary, who fpowdiac the tutrwnr with hi ...r U. Mr. ami .Mrs. 5ton tlenrs Mrs. Sttsi Curtis of Crb Onrfcsnsji ron m lxiiHitwn. whrrr hv ha been the Rtiost ( .Mrs. J. K. Cotus ' rood position. n Itichntnnd 4rnt. Mri loitlh'r 0ili env an I'locwt Miu Minnette Arnold spent tin' liinmit th pat to tin- - follow tv- wrek-eain N'tehoburvdlo, the gmsH msrstc Mr. and Mrs. W. .1. K'-n ' of Mi Hrtlie Seott. Mrs. P. . Rimer. Mr. Il.i.k-.- .r ml Mrs. It. K. .Mc- Mi Anew I'inruurd h son u SndW. Mr. Mr.. Payne is vlstUissr Hr noire, KolHsrca Wills mi llasosdVn J, V. Khre. on Danville mm' lli.iirht. , 1 Moores Air Tight Stoves , d 1lt.jri .sit Kte Im returned Imhinaoli, 'rmi. tea-- in Hi. hmond. she will Ind.. whore in the sehml fur the Druf. TH.' "Ut of town Ir iti-- l Mr.. .1. M Acton, of Han m Ijincasttir Sumkiy. Mr .Mon who Im Im'cH Hopper I ') i' w tistivcn by .Mr. ialtMK hir rletur. f l.n Hums The Cheaper Grade Of Coal And Makes More Heat. All Kinds Of Heating Stoves and Ranges. The Prices Are Reasonable. l.-- itl. Goodioe & Walker Bros. Iiwstr S1rimi b-- 11 1 l.ex-into- n I'ol-lar- d d ,, re-p- j it. 4 frn (,, I 11 di. t 1 I'H-rof- LAST EXCURSION e . I ' , - ' ,, tSS''iS'SS'SS) 1 il I PAINT NOW Prices Smashed Paint per Paint per ,,.. Mnr-Igar- Chiropractic Lipscomb SIMPSON HOUSE 9 to I SANDER'S VARIETY STORE ft Mrs, W. M. Filllou. Miss Margaret F.llliHt, of luincattcr spent Saturday in the city and ultended the foot ball game, Danville Advocute. (iibb. Mrs. Dunlup Hliinton, Mrs. Clay Sutton, Mrs. Itobert Wnlkrr and Mr. It was one of the Frank Mnrksbury. most beautiful and charming events of the fall season. I C& 11 Lipscomb LANCASTER, KY. A. M. The Central Record. Lancastei . Ky., Thursday Oct 7. 920 1 BEET PULLER IS LATE INVENTION MachinesOesigned by Californian for Doing This Hard and Expensive Task. INJURY AVOIDED BY WHEELS ! I ' ! Precincts New Voting Term, August Regular Garrard County Court, 23, 1920. Present Hun. Forest Slapp, Judge. In compliance with Chapter 64, Acta of 1920, Kentucky Statute requ 'ring the redistrictins; of the magisterial district of the various rountie of the State of Kentucky, thereby creating more voting precinct to conform to the law in regard to same, owintr to the women of this Commonwealth being granted the right of suffrngr, and the Garrard County Court having e appointed H. V. Bastin, A. T. Scott, K. B. Ray and C. B. Led ford as aommUsioner to redistrict said County, the said commissioner mn.le the following report, which is adopted and it i ordered by the Court that the said magisterial districts of Garrard Countv be redistricted accordingly, as follow: here-to-for- mEM35M Vtm cm. llw h- '.'KflMllUIl ! m timi. TMin.atMtvMjffk.M. Dm Httrmltltfi " w 'ilitii kM ara.r t ennttaalf Mmki'.S.Im C Tn .1 IM TODAY, Fran Iks. tm lata IsisSsj aw w wl ww ,.. m 3TORMES DRUG STORE. up said Dix Kit it to Tan Ynrd llranch; thence with suid branch with it Ml S meander to the old Stone House where it intersect with the road leading I'lllllrie otu.tr beet I nil.- - of llii' to llryiiutsvillf ; thence with the center of ald road to llrntvllle; thence Mc Jobs which confront tlu ifrnuer with the center of the Uncnster mid Lexington pike to the Itrldge oer the HATFIELD "f mtv pmuliihli' 'ni. It I ii lot Kentucky river at Camp NeNon; thence down said river to the mouth of lix of work, and work I lint take tliiit'iiiul DENTIST Hcinning t tin-- center of tin lutlio Square in Lancaster, thence with Itiver the beginning. energy nt lut. iiihI often inl iimiie tin-- middle of I.eMnton Street to the City Limit, thence with the CenORica over The GarrarJ Bask. The place of v jtlng s'inll be within said boundary at llr tints ille, Ky n i'll. , tiinti In tin- - beet Held nf Lexington pike to the llrynt.vil!e Magisterial District Boundary; ORice 5. Reelalenc 376. Phones ('iillfnrnln hit ilelsued n mitelilni' ter of the line; thence with the Hoyle KENTUCKY, LANCASTER. which In think I n wninler fur dolus thence with said Boundary to the Boyle County No. 10, Bourne. , Um-i- t till Imnl iiml epeiilve tnk Iiii'ihI County line to the New Dantillc pike; thence witli nnJ pike to the City ; thence with the center nf tt of Danville Street to York Street; thence tr Inrlliied rod, mi tin- - prlin'l Beginning at Kentucky lllver bridge, at Camp Nelson; theme with tin- - gathering (mint of n cum Mini with the center of York trcct to Maple- avenue: thence with the center of the trntir of the Lexington and Uincaster pike to the pike leading to Mt er. fnr pulling the liwli, tlil man ue Maple avenue to the alley at hack of A. T. Atiileron'; thence a straight line Hebron; thence with center of the Mt. Hebron pike to the new road between pmlili-i- l wheel fur tlil purHi. ExclMsive. to center of Public Square, the beginning. farms of Tom Hicks and Sid Doolln; thence with center of said road ti the Crott Sectional View. The place of votirg hall be within suid boutulary in l.anenter, Ky. County road between the farm of C M Dean and N J ioney ; thence with ( Tin- - upright V lirt"il mrtliii of tin' ( Optimctrist the center of said County road to Sugar t'reek, thence with center of said Hiiiiiiiiimijltic IMiiMriitlnu I !i rnw Davis I reek ( DANVILLE, through tin' :nliliil creek to the Jesse Davidson Hill; thence across to the mouth of tiniml view KENTUCKY. No. 2, wheel puller. Tin' axle nf thi"e to the Kentucky river; thence down the Kentucky river to the beginning Opposite Gilcher Hotel. wheeled puller I'Mfiiil down In tin The place of vo'lng shall be within said boumlar at Itryalitsville Ky Office Hours ) Beginning at center of Public Square at Uincater; thence a straight to 12 and I tn S p.m Inner hull nf tin' iniilii drhlng wheel center if the tiini'liliii'. mill nn- - here ilriieu line to the crossing of alley back of A T Anderson' thence with the NO. 3. nr revolted tiy th,'e tiiiiln wheel. of Maple Avenue to York Street; thtnce with the center of York Street to BUCKEYE nr illc.iT go lllnli; illirilil Danville Street; thence with the center of Danville Street ami center of New milter nf tin' pulling wliel. mi ile Danville pike to the Hole County line; thence with the Hoyle County line No. 11, Buckeye. nf tin' row nf beet, anil lntieii the to Lincoln County line; thence with Lincoln County line to the Mouth of Beginning at the mouth of dirt road, on Poor llidge pike, called Sail cniiiinl iirniinit tlii'in n lliiit they will Water Work. branch; MINERAL DIRECTOR llninch to thence with the center of Water Work In- enler tn pull wlii'ii tin' pulling Water Work; thence with center of Water Work road to Paulding Street; in lliiundary to ljincater Magisterial District, thence with line of l.nti Olllrr Over National Bank wheel nf tin' ni.irliltn' i'IU'iu'i- - them, caster Magisterial District to the line of Hriintsville Magisterial District, Itesidence I'hone 3 Ofhee I'hoi e 27 t'rnin the drawing It "III In- - not lied thence with the center of Paulding Street to Danville Street; thence with thence with same to the mouth of Davis Creek on Kentucky mer; thence up Hint tin pulling wheel n rr et n III.' center of Danville Street to center of Public Square, the beirinmng. LANCASTKIJ. KY Ky. said riter to mouth of Paint Lick Creek; thence up same to the mouth of dirt lower Mirtlnn tire much elier The place of votirr hall be within aid loutiilnr in Iincnter, road, leading from Paint Lick Creek to Buckeye; thence with center of said gelher than :iri' tin' Upper pnrtlnii road to Burke) e turnpike- thence with center of said pike to mouth of dirt A tin' iimrliiiii' pa, forward oi" ( Creek. No. 3, pulling In :i nw, tin-!'- , tin Iw't rosd leading to Scott Pork Creek from lUukeye. thence with the center of said road to Scott Fork Creek, thence down creek with renter to muuth of at center of Public Square in Lancaster; thence with , dirt roail called Sad Ijiih', thence with center of said Ijine to the beginning Paulding of Danville Street to Pnuldim: Street; thence with center nf The place of voting hull be within said Ixiumlao at Buckee K 'Street to Water Work Itoad; thence with center of Water Work road to Paint I,ick K'uruoln Lincoln branch to the Water Work; thence with center of Water Work No. 12, County line; thence with Lincoln County line to the l.ancater and Crab Orchard turnpike; thence with the center of aid turnpike to the Ijmcater Beginning at the mouth of dirt called Sad on Poor ItiJge "City Limit; thence with center of Crab Orchard Street to Campbell Street; pike; thence with boundary of Buckeye Pretinct No II to Paint Lick Creek I thence with center of Campbell Street to the alley at Kelley' Hlackmith thence with center of anl creek tn dirt roud on said Creek at Thomp Sebas VETERINARIAN. I hop; thence a straight line to the center of the Public Square, the beginning. tian's farm; thence old boundary between Walker School House and Buck Ky. ' ee, to line intersecting the Iincaster Magisterial District, thence with Call, An.v-f- l l'r.imil. flat of boundary in place of toting lmll oe wiil'in The same to the beginning t Topper and Puller. The pace of voting s all b" within said boundary nt Teaterville, K No- - 4, Lick. K wheels lire minted hnrkwitrtl itnd At Beet li Pulled From Ground Knivet on Each Sl'dt Cut Off Top of Ltavtt Easy (o Harvest Profitable Crop. CARDS .J MAGISTERIAL DISTRICT NO. Precinct No. 1, Boones Creek. 1. Precinct - I .agjglaLW J.J.Byrne Precinct Water Work. MAGISTERIAL DISTRICT Precinct J. A. Beozlev , Precinct Gilberts - H. J. PATRICK. Precinct Teatersville. rai Or. Printus Walker I Precinct Fall anil In n rntntlni: they lift licet nut nf the Kroillid, Cut Off Leave. So loon 1 11 1 lietnei'li the pllllllic wheel that they pn Jint ni-- r the one l(li'. Tllll. II the lliai'llllie nn I'licll drawn fnrwnnl mid the beet I lift eil up, thee klilve cut off the top nr leave of the beet; thn It I pulbil ami topfieil at one nnil the vim.' time by the mie inai'lilne, thee lielnt two In the nrillmiry nnenitlon hum) method of hiirvetlne heet. I Ileginning at center of Public Square in Uincater; thence a uruight Blacksmith line to the crossing of the alley with Campbell Street at Kelley shop; thence with center of Campbell Street to Crab Orchard Street; thence Precinct No. 13, Walker School House i top of the lieet are two ktihe, with center of Crab Orchard Street to the City Limit; thence with center of Crab Orchard pike to the Lincoln County line; thence with the Lincoln County line to the Paint Lick Magisterial District corner; thence with said Dit. line to the Lancaster and Kirksville turnpike; thence with center of said pike to the Lancaster and Hichmond pike at Hyattsville; thence with center of Richmond pike to the City Limits; thence with center of Kichmond Street to I the center of Publ- - 'luare, the beginning. Ky. The place of voting shall be within said boundary in ( FIGURING In CAPACITY OF SILO Precinct No. 5, Poor House. Beginning at a dirt road near the residence of Thomp Srtuutian nn Paint Llcl; Creek; thence up suid Creek to the farm of William Anderson and to the Intersection of line between Buckeye and Brandy Spring Magisterial District; thence with sume to Buck Creek and intersection of line of Bucki')e and Ijiticastcr Magistvfial District; thence with same to the .farm of Ben Turner on Long Branch; thence down said branch to the mouth of Back Creek; thence up the center of Back Creek to the dirt road near the residence of (!ritr Hardin; thence with center of said dirt roud to Paint Lick eek. the beginning, being the same boundary of the original Walker School House Precinct. ' The place of voting shall be within said boundary near Hockley. Ky. Honaker Fine Cut Flowers. Jfhn M. McRfbcrtt. N. L. PREWITT Auctioneer SATISFACTION CUAKANTKKD feet. A Kilo eight feet In ilhimeler eetlmi nr feeding would lme a crn square feel. "nr tell surface of rnWM therefore, n lln shnllld be elshl feet III illaiueter. I'lfleeu rim hnillil bne a alio 10 feel In illaiueter (If ID feet hleh It lui n rapacity nf V loll- - nml If 'XI feet hUb. .'.1 lull) 111 cow slmillil hne n silo 1'.' fe't In l n I'nrty enw will illntiii'ler. silo Hi or IS feet In illiinieter nml about Ml feet high, .VI : Beginning at center of Public Square in Ijincaster; thence with center of Kichmond Street to the City Limits; thence with center of Hichmond pike to the Kirksville pike at Hyattsville; thence with the center of said pike to the Paint Lick Magisteriol District line; thence with aid line to the Buck-ey- e If jour cow are feil Jil poiimN ll Magisterial District line; thence with said line to Sugar Creek; at corner nge dally for six month they will of A. D. Ford' place; thence with center of said creek to the three forks'; I nee, nenrty hiiiihI or a lln rapacity of four toil eneh. In ell- thence with center of Antioch Fork to the Iron Bridge on Buckeye pike; muting diameter and height, allow thence with the center of Buckeye pike to the corner of Campbell Street; emv four tit live Wlliire feel nf feii. thence with th corner of Campbell Street to the alley at Jerry Duty's, thence lug wirface In the llo. Ten eon a straight line to the centet of the Public Square, the beginning. woulil require n feeillng Mirfnre nf The p'.ne of voting W! I.e within said boundary in Ijncaster, Ky. Estimating Diameter and Height Allow Each Cow Four to Five Square Feet of Surface. - MAGISTERIAL DISTRICT NO. 4. Precinct No. 14 Paint Lick. Beginning at Lowell; thence with the center of Short Pike to the and Richmond pik?, thence center of same to 4hi- - White Lick pike; thence with center of White Lick road to the Salem Wylir road; thence with j center of same to tin Madison County line ut Wallareton; thence with the I Madison County line to the mouth of Lowell Branch to the Walker School! ' Houe line; thence with same to the beginning The place of voting shall be withing said boundary at Paint I ick, Ky Uticnitcr. Ky , R. V. I)'. No. a POSTED tur aw She The undersigned hereoy five warn-tito all persons not to trespata upon land.- - g Precinct No. 6, Sugar Creek. Beginning at the center of Public Square in Lancaster; thence straight line to the crosing of the alley with Campbell Street at Jerry Duty's thence with Outer of Campbell Street to Bur".ye Street; thence with cen- ter of Buckeye street to City Limits; thence with center of Buckeye pike to the Iron Bridge; thence with center of Sugar Creek to the Three Forks thereof: thence up the North Fork to Kemper Lane; thence with the center of said lane to Lexington turnpike; thence with the center of said turnpike to the City Limits; thence with Lexington Street to the center of the Public Square, the beginning. ry. The pbre at voting shall le wi'hin said boutulary in a Precinct No. 15, Manse. Beginning at Lowell pike; thence with center of same to the ter and Richmond pike; thence with the center of name to the White Lick pike; thence with center of White Lick road to John Davi; thence with his line and including same to Tellie Creen's line; thence with his line Including rame, to Mrs, Fa nine Crern's 'me, including same, thence with her line to Copper Creek pike; thence with center of same to Woods View School IIoue, thence with center of dirt road to John Tankersley'i.; theme with center of Union road to the old Richmond roail; theure with center of same to Jesse Alford's; thence with center of dirt road to (iooch pike; thence with center, of (iooch pike to Ijinraster Magisterial District line, thence with same to County road on Back Creek, thence with center of sume to the beginning The place of vutini' shall be within said boundary at Manse Ky for any purpose whatever will prosecute all offenders to fullest extent of the law. Hunt- ers and fUhrrmen especially take notice. Mrs. Cora Phillips, !( Mrs. Emma Daniels. R. 1. Arnold. Mrs. Sarah J. P. llackley, Mrs. Kmma Hijtgiabothaai, Kdd and N. U. Price. 6. C. Rigsby. D. M. (C L Elkin. TREATMENT OF ARMY WORMS Pttlt - Can Be Kept Out of Field by Plowing Up a Furrow In Front of Them. B. I. Barker - Kelley. I- Anderson. AfliT army worms once get itiin a there it nothing prnclleul which can bo done to mop them. They inn be kept out of n Held, boueer, by plowing n deep furrow In front nf them. Plow u furrow about eiht Incite ileep mill square Up ntie slile of the furrow wllli a piiile liver ten or llfteen feet In the furrow illg a shallow- posthote. Ah fust n the army worms accumulate in the furrow and ilcclnllr In the posthole. sprinkle Army worm them with kerosene. move fast and It I iieressary to tip ply this treatment promptly or they will have mored Into the threnleiieil Held and there I nothing whatever If tint trench Which can l? ilone. treatment U applies! promptly It prove very satisfactory Held - MAGISTERIAL DISTRICT NO. 2. Precinrt No. 7, Marksbury. Beginning at King Mill Bridge on Dix Itiver; thence with the Lexlng- iii nir (mi antl Danville Hike to l Jimp I'ICK itouinsnii, iiv mr ington und Uncaster pike; thence down said pike to the Mt. Hebron pike; thence with the center of said pike to new road between the farm of Tom Hick and Sid Doolln; thence with the center of s.ild roail to the County roan between the farm of C. M. Dean and N. J. dosiiey; thence with the center of said road to Sugar Creek; thence iJown said creek to the Herring Hill. thence up said Hill and with the center of Kemper Lane to the Lancaster ami Lexington pike; thence crossing salil pike ami uuwti inmuens nrancn 10 Boone Creek; thence down Booties Creek to Dix Blver; thence i'mwii the river to the beginning. The place of voting hall be within naiil lioumlary at .Murk'Hiury, hy. Precinct No. 16, Lawson School House Beginning at (ieorge Connor' thence with the center of brnnch to J. II. und Atthur McQuerry's including name, to Kvelytt Pointer' tine, Including same to i, T. McQuerry'; thence with center of lane to Union road; thence with center nf Union road to the old Rlchmonil road; thence with center of same to Jesse Alfords; thence with center of dirt road, to (Iooch pike; thence with tVnter of (iooch pike; theure with center f same to line of l.anciiMer Magisterial District; thence with suid line to Lincoln County line. thence with Lincoln County line to Dripping Springs road; theure with center of Dripping Springs road to Stringtown; thence with center of dirt road to (ieorge ConnerN the beginning. The place of voting shell be within said boundary near Lawson School House J. C. Kigtby. ! Mr. Victoria Anderson. Thompson and Tracy Precinct No. 17, Cartersville. Ileginning at (ieorge Connor'; thence with center of brunch to J II and Arthur McQuerry' excluding mine; to Kviilyu Pointer' line excluding same to J. T. McQuerry' thence with center uf lane to Union road; thence with center of same to Woodsview School House; theme crossing pike with Mr. Fannie (irecn's line to Telly (ireen's line; thence with sume t John Davis' line; thence with Duvis' line to White Lick; thence with center of White Lick road to Salem Wylie road to the Madison County line; thence with same to the Rockcastle County line; thence with san.e to the Lincoln County line; thence with the Lincoln County line to Dripp ng Springs roud; thence with renter of sume to Stringtown; thence with center of dirt road to (ieorge Conner' the beginning. The place of voting shall be within said boundary at Cartersville Ky. Precinct No. 8, Bryanttville. v Beginning at King Mill on Dix River; thence with the center of the Lexington and Danville pike to Camp Dick Uoblnnon to the intersection of the Uncaster and Lexlinfton- - pike; thence with the center of the Lancaster and Lexington pike to Brynntsville; thence leuving said pike following the center of the pike leading to Tun Yard Branch ut the old stone house on Leavel' place; thence with wild branch to Dlx river; thence up Dix River to the beginning. The place of voting shall ! within ald boundary ut Bryanttville Ky. J-- Hazelwood b Sanatorium Trtatmtnt of Tuberculosis Maintained by th Louliirilla Allocation lor lit adcqtutj ttcitmrnt if lubel culuili In all ;i i at l;n ml. tUtri $15.0') per week, including board, medical attention, laundty, etc. Ilijli giouad ' For tin GRAIN FOR EWES AND LAM IS , Unless Animals Are Being Condi' tloned for Market Patfure and Forage Are Sufficient tue '' If the ewe and lamb have itod pasture ami for. crop It will sel .linn imr to feed any Brain feed, utile i.. lauiln anr beini coudttlonei! for Hie kuiumer market. Pumpkin plant eil In the corn field make su Ideal uy tturiia. " Idciueut for t j Precinct No. 9, Buena Vista Beginning on the Kentucky river at the mouth of Dix River; thence A. K. Walker, Sheriff G.C.1 tiula.,.1 SWtfrt Whim Ik II f" rorctt Sta, Ju4it G. C. C. f..kn.a, M ftitfum uikl.io,. Im S;ecUI II w utci for lmnttn winMiii , Cktit. tUtdtrmt Imu.i1., . The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday Oct 7. 920 1 WHAT irnu Insn thru hakina faiiitrm rm- -t be added to baking w--n naa 10 do paid for. Calumet Baking Powder will save you all of Be-cus when you uw that art K-t- hrre MWturn-nalo- n. m awrrt and piUtahla-a- nd Way moist, tender and dcUdew Emybak-I- n the last tasty bile. to That's a biff saving but that Isn't all. You save when you buy Calumet and you when you utc It mnny friend during her stay here I We rrnrel very much to give her up! Mr. Klhert Tenter Is ill nt thin writ-ini- as she made lis a good but wr wih her much Joy nnd hapMr n n Ktient in piness. Abe Itiirton MNi4ian .n! week Major and Mr F. McKenzie Davirarentty truileil his son left Saturday for a motor trip to Mr. iian Mk ! Pr1 rar for a Chevrolet. Louisville, Mr. Davison wilt join her Hun- - swter. Miss Almn I.ear there, also the Ha Hart Dailey wan u . f Mla A.m'e May. "Special" for a ten day trip to Tex I M' Mr. Ot(iK Ktotta vimleil as, and nttend the Confederate He. union of which Miss Almn I.ear i anl Mr JtttTe Airie recently. Mi Itny wan entertiiitieil mai'l of honor and Mr. Davidson a ihnperone for the Army of Northern S... la; toy Mia Thelmn .SliiipMin. WOLF TRAIL. r. potmitrc, ' kv1 Special-Si- x .Sedan llc un 'r l.v Mr I i. ic.l Mr. ninl itri;e llonlln of Ciliciutuitl te- - Mr. Allen Tenter layuuHiaHiuyiaiiauin CALUMET BAKING POWDER CSTBV'TCST" LSHBmiiiVffilMilBILIIRi ntiil Mr. Ine Itny anil ehlblren Mr Fain ient the week end with representing Ky Major will attend the "Polo Toiirmt went" in session at Camp Knox dur lug Mr. Davison' absence. Wi , Dn-lo- Sedan has the The Special-Si-x coatbmation of atflky ami comfort developed to a rare elefret. It U a car of daffutjr, yet a meat practical car for all pwpoaea. Thia car it noted for its lis htn-- ta and perfect balance which mean economy in gasoline and tirea. SO-- tflative Mr here. HARMONY. P. h detadiabla-haao- QBQ Csluene Sunthlna Caka Recipe t cup of butter, 11 1 "SH tups tli mi r, rup Wj'tr 2 Irvrl tr i Clu 1 MrMIIIInn left .Surxliiy Mis Jewell Stlgnll i spending tin f r nit extended vMt with rehitive week end with friend at Preacher- ai I fr eml at III rnu Vlntn. Till. MMiee Hay retuniitl t her Mise Oele and OMv Hoskins m 'i after n delightful .Sunday true of Mhwe I.uiy an Clijnh MeMllllRn. . Hi Mr. I5ter VanlMtek. Mit ml) and ' of Mr. D. Khim and children spent I i "n were viatlnrs of Mr. uml Mr. Sunday with her brother Mr. Vanhook H be't Kuwer 'I1iurilay nlitht. 1 Jolfih 1 comfort (of Ct AM whulba,, giiag l molorj mxi-mum auMniirs. jmippJwilS Cord Tirti Studblit Can ar another StrnmUhaktr prcfnl. Jeie S'r "Thi$ U m Stmdehakir Year" PAINT LICK GARAGE Paint Lick. Ky It is reasonable in cost nnrf possesses more than the op (hnarylcjvenlnit strength. pay Ins and um Irta. Vou Krt the most In purity, dependability and whole-tom- e Vl net. viiinttMlkinr j.im. Irr I' 'he t ivri'r ( iiuili wi s f. r mute than f, Good uholmnnw twlinv ITIJlIi- - (il!y Uherwiv. miiiviihU , . i , 1 1 Kt In evm way it is the best wjyt ikrepdown tMkingc Ms. That it hI1I.. lift . l".it il t, u .,. .1... , n wi : kept IV- - Utrtl mgar. rutrt eranu. ?ij n it II V "irt tv 11, k It a J !. i I'nwdrr, g r I r ! n. - - .1 i ri4m i ; vi t v ur itif t.f ;..?.. Then mix tn Ui ictfuiu May. Irltioi (r.. M KKSISt KY w , i ii appointed w ill A sene tlBom t.. Mr nut Mr w II ( hi Nolor a rtrtv bu ur .in l hi- - inger I m Hafcrt Rankin Iwuht u few ii.. rf "umhu hungry" will In uhgM.-.- i far 1& rmrtta per touml to know ihat one hu putrhmMtd an4 Mis rtugnMu I'aUard has been ill (mnhi nmii4i t ha itafi it In tav for n ftnv day rhiirrh thia i rk. f Mrs. J I. lluwillwN TV Uoiiita WarkitiK Sootcty mrt Ms horn vatsMng MIm Susan Sutten. ith Mim Kiiuinu Inut Thurs-ld- a Mr. It. S. Cfcsrk spent Tuosday ef After lht lmmr mct'tinK last um I. witk Mr. Joan Swstpo M I'ultard u vntift f fruit Danville. wlin I h i'njtylli- - by thutr prmcnt. Mkw Wadte I. or Park of Danville Monday Mr Milfonl Hall ..pent Th i inilrbtnl to Mr. T. spent the week end with hrr nunt. T l'ullrl fur tli' with hi on. Mr. Krel nil and fam-niff puupnux that Mr Charles Dunn frr in rvidt'iirf that afternoon. Ret II, J Skagg ha returned The society will meet with Mm. Mr. Joe Calloway and children from Louistille where hi- has been to Sutton next Thurolny at the are Kiiest, of Mr. It. J. Walker and consult an occulist. other relative. uiual time. Mi Knuna Odor i the Kuest of Mr. Wood Walker and Mr. Itobert he given Nov. assisted by Rev hs trn arniorwU l'llrl tirr wol Srity Mr Collette Iki just finished . now n threshinc hi whtsit and far marlieUng. leHU af near Jar le.inr M. Mr ami Mm. Jama I .am. Mr. Cay i the woafc ind gutt nf hit I rhildrrn wnre 4iitnar fftiaalt ruler i'nre an. -( of Mr and Mr lloNlor llavi Sun- - rsNMtn. I.nther nasi JameTh'w intereted n V ' ,tts j- - Ft take n tip Jack Prsnu Mr and Mr. Mr.MiniaM KMJah day iiii;M. but not much r; leaj)Ktly enterUtinrd a few Ion- nana; folk Tttrnday nmht tn hnor Mr WihMM mt IMrtJa Count if Mir, A lire Ray. U Mr and Mr. HnnMt and Ut- vtaitin bli fatknr Mr. J. an) i IhlnMnst af ksraUns i ile datiffhtrr. Mr. Drew tavi and county. Mim Anna Larra Atkln irf The pvople af tWa mamui .'i Mr and Mr. Allen Teater and Mr. of t think winter ia ramim; " Mi re Klbwrt Teatr Tknrf4ay. than 100 hood ef cnttkt tsut for Mr John Itay of l'er Itidk'e hail a for market. tn r hor4 to net one tif hi tew brokHv Jeaav Park whs has iiet er. Kn.U nikht nl the home of Mr. Umg but who recently and Mr Kbjah MeMillinn. Jut a amnne us feu wrvk ai!o he wiu alfered $ll&0 mved into Indiana Is back again uniting obi friend. for the hare Hauler Hoy llrewer sold to John Morsran one ow and pig for 130. TAINT UCK Says he is going to help Mrs. Callebs tlx that school yard. Mr J. T Thowp'tin u in llbnoi Misses Ocie and Okie Hoskins were vwitmK relative.. made ery happy last week when Mr. Abbie O.ivi i in Knoxville their father gae them a nice little the tutt of relative. pony to drive to school. Mim Anna Ilelle llaltaril l the visMr Henry A Moore of itor of her jmter, Mr. Jack Davi. brought the teacher over Sunday ar- - Mi KtiHtee CnMy upent parent. utitil Mnnday Mr. iiimI with from Vrt-- ,i her Krnnib .T. Mober-'e at Ijinraster. D. D. Mr. V tl- . l'i aamKammammmmmmmmmmm litr . L Iticl.-mon- d rtg mnnung The i i'ie f. r servues Sun guest for ar.l was D( Witt. D far-i- t The Hevixal meeting which is beconducted by Itev. A. l Chadwell are vr now. However they all expect to ; at this place will continue this week, good attendance. The have it in before Jack Frot makes with a very music for the morning sessions is behi appearance ing directed by Mr. Dora Called, the Mr Jain- Dukerson sold to Mr. teacher, and her pupil constitute the Church a nice Jersey cow and calf Mr choir. Night sessions are made up T J Stigall sold to I.ige Wilson a of the young people of the communnice calf for $JS. Mr l.tge Wi!on ity under the direction of W. M. sold to J. C. Wilson a milk cow, Mr. Brewer. r 'f this community ing Ihis.v housing tobacco justi - idlette. ft ta t.n-tie- r W - I I! k i s and p.gs for 'ild to Joe Davis one $ 10.00 11 1. - Kill That Cold With CASCARA I OR E? QUININE AND CeNi, Cougki TA no La Grippe nut Neglected Colds are Dangerous Onpp In J Jay, Qiilnin. in Ihit (.m ! L.ialivr- - NoOpul in Hilt fc. r-- chn. KrepthUa tuntljiil I r'rmetly hnJjr lor th Httlfve, ligul, ill Illeali up c 11 tnt. Hit H.llnt lui Hach the J - OiKaia it ht Tonic ALL DRUGGISTS SELL IT Walker Mr and Mr Jim Curti of Kirkf-vlll- e were cuet of Mr. and Mr. N. I'reuitt Friday .Mi Mne ilamniack in dome nicely and will be brought home the laft of the week. Mi Annie Todd ,pent Monday Mnble Hall and atniulit with Ml tended church at Mt. Tabor. Mis KIU ii I'ruitt was in llerea on Thurvdny to see her iter who I in Itobinnon llinpit.il there. I). II. Shepherd ha returned from Detroit where he win called by the illnes of hi wife who i much better at thi writtni;. Mr. T J. Thompon ha returned from Indianapolis Ind., where he Milled hi brother and attended the (I. Jt-vl- Wanted Garrard County volunteers to join our Army of Customers. 1000 Don't be deceived-Co- me and get our prices on MEN'S to our store A It. Kncampmeiit. Mr and Mr. Frank ItaUton are receivini; congratulation over the arrival of a on on Sept. '.'7th The younoter ha been christened It. J. Jr .Mewrs M. K. Uom, W. It. Patrick. O It, IVyton. Ir. F. H. Smith and evenl other were in Lexington Monday niirht to hear Franklin ltooe-vel- t peak. FURNISHING GOODS. HARDWARE AND GROCERIES. THE UNIVERSAL CAR Out nf the more than ?,(VM,000 Fonl cars now in use, about mxiv percent have heen .sold to farmers. Probably hd other one f hint; hai hrouplit to the farm v imuh of comfort and profit ax has the Ford car. It has enlarged ihcMH-ia-l life, doubled the facilities for marketing, brought I lie town next door to the farm, multiplied for the farmer the pleasures ofliving. A family car without an equal in low cost f We solicit your operation sun! maintenam.e. for one now Ivcauw: the demand is large onlcr and continually macauin. I.ear and Walker. Major and Mr. son spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr nn.l Mr. W. Kidd Allen at Win chester and attended the race in I.ex. Hilton Mr II. M. Mr. It. J. P. M. Davi- Satisfaction Guaranteed. Get in the habit of trading at our store and you will like it. Haselden Bros Garage. not interenteil In mi) car except Kortl Messrs K. I Wood niul D. A. Iler-ewere in Lexiiik'tun Friday to hear Franklin Itoosevelt speak. Mi Mary llrown who u In school at Lexington returned for a few day visit with her Mster, Mr. Hervey. Mr llurtnim l.edford hus old hi home place to II. C. Cornell price 100, per ncre. Mr. l.edford will build him a nice brick bungalow near the tore on the trnck recently purchased off the Wade Walker track. The llaptist have just closed a very ueceful week series of meel-tn- i: at Mt. Tabor, conducted by liro. y There were ten additions Atk'ns uho were baptized Monday evening at Taint l.lck Creek. Mis Wile Tudor, daughter of Mr. und Mr. Woods Tudor niul Mr. Sterling Parsons, surprised their many friends by eloping to Knoxville Wednesday night and getting married. Miss Nelle has been our assistant post mistress for some time and made THE Big Store Scott & Son, Props. A. T. The Central Record. Lancastei, Ky., Thursday Oct 7, 1920 TWO NEW BUNGALOWS Without Reserve or Limit, at TWO TAYLOR COUNTY FARMS AT AUCTION Wednesday and Thursday At Auction aie modern, new and e. 2:30 p. m. Saturday. Oct. 16th Htiy'em for homo or investment, they Smiley Hill having made arrangements to locate elsewhere, ami hi residence beinjr too Kood for runt, will sell on the above- ilate that modern . rooms and bath bungalow residence on Danville Street in Lancaster, Ky. It has five rooms, embracing; larjre living room l.'Jxlo, dining room I'Jxl'J both hardwood Hours, two excellently ventilated bed rooms, one opening to handsome bath, October 20th R. H. RUSSELL and 21st AND D. P. SANDERS AND SONS. of 270 acres will be .subdivided and sold WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 20th, at 10 o'clock, in 1.SO acres. .'Mracts- - 100 acres 10 acres Located on Robinson's Creek pike, 2 miles south of Campbellsville. NO. out-buildings. THE RUSSELL FARM 1 100 acres, with 7 room dwelling, barn and other The ceilings are high and the and kitchen commodious enough for anyone. wood work finished in ivory; and remember, it is only THUKK blocks from lity square, and situated not on a town lot but a small tract 1500 feet deep. Immediately after and adjoining, will sell a room bungalow, scarcely complete, embracing large rooms and large bath equipped to the minute, no better built or convenienced house in this city: its good from ground up, will stand close inspection, for workmanship and material and is bare and open to it. ."i This is known as the Fawcett farm. NO. 2 NO. 3 10 acres. ( room house and small barn. room house, stock bam and other 1:0 acres, outbuilding. These .'. tracts of land are all good, well located, good neighborhood, school just across the pike. Well watered, plenty of fruit, fencing good, some fine timber, land is productive and somebody may secure a bargain as Mr Russell says "soil". No strings to it- - some one will own it as our contract calls for d an absolute sale without reserve, or limit. Look this over before sale day. If you want to buy two tracts together or all of it remember we sell the way the buyers want it. -- $2000 OF THE PURCHASE PRICE on this place can be paid like rent. $'20 to $.50 per month, and this place is vacant and ready for immediate occupancy, though you do not have to put up until the first of the year. See D. A. BRYANTSVILLE . Thomas .'pleasant guet of M Matt.e B Cobb Sun'laj Mr and Mrs. Ike Duncan .ind c'til-- , dr. mi spent Sundn with Mr at.d Mrs Charlie Duncan. Little Miss Halhe B, Duncan was the guest last eek of her oil n, ' Miss Hazel Preston. Mr. and Mrs. Kdd MoberI were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs L. A Simpson and family. Mr. Joe Burnsldc of Madison spent' from Thursday until Saturday with I Mr. nnd Mrs. Kdd Moberley. . Mr. and Mrs. Owen (irow and baby) and Mr, Carl (Jnhw were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jlobcrt tlrow Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Preston Snyder and children were the nfternoaii guests of Mr. und Mrs. Wm. Whittaker Sunday. Mrs. Ashford Wylie and Mrs. I Squire Williams of Madison were the; guests of Mrs. K. H. Preston Sun lay. Mr, ami Mr. F.vcrett Anderson' spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Dillard S.mpson. Miss Alice Bay was the pleasant' guest of her sister, Mrs. F.hjnh Mc-Milliaii lant week on the Wolf Trail. I .Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Carter and children spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs. It. '., Price and family at IV"it I by-bi- auspices of the American Legion en titled "ine .Microbe ot l.ove. Mrs. Mcireland and Mrs. Ceo. Mr. O. M. Morelaml spent Monday Herring of (Georgetown and Miss ilia ,n (icortfi'toun. Mis Mmle Isaacs spent the week Dawes attended the reception given Wednesday afternoon by Mrs. John end in Danville. S. B.iughman at her home near DanMis Ida Speake spent the weekville. end with her parents, Mr .and Mrs. Mr. and .Mrs. John W. Bryant enSam Spenke. tertained n number of relatives SunMr. nnd Mr. Charles Uaker are receiving congratulations on the arriv- day in honor of Mr nn.d Mrs. Joe K. Bryant of Washington, D. C. Those al of n linby boy. present were: Dr. and Mrs. B. B. of IjincastiT Montgomery Mrs. Margaret and little daughter of V. J. has been the guest of Mr. Paint Lick, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Farley liroadus and family. anil children of Nieliolasville, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Dcnn and chil- Welsh Farley anil Miss Mary F.llen dren spent Sunday with Mrs. Ilelle Farley of Lexington. Davis at Sulphur Well. .Mr. and Mrs. W, J. Broailus enterCampbell .Miss Myrtle returned tained a number of friends at dinner home Sunday after several days stay Thursday. The color scheme being with relatives in Cartersville. yellow and white was carried out. Miss Klizabeth Olass and Mr. Hub- The table was artistically decorated ert llalcomb of Wilmore were week- with golden rod and ferns. A deend guests of Mr. It. A. Halcomb and lightful menu was served. The guests family. were Mr. and Mrs. Ben lliimm of Miss Thccksa Woods who is attend-.n- g Somerset, Mr. and Mrs. Dave lto, school in Wilmore spent Sunday Mrs. Mollie liroadus, Mrs. Margaret Mr. I 'enn Williams of Lancaswith her parents, Mr. and Mrs. It. D, ter, Mr. Charles F. Itankin and little Woods. Master James Lear liosc spent a son, Mrs. B. II. llalcomb and Miss few days last week the guest of his Mary Belle llalcomb. r Mrs. Win, I.ear near Miss Mayme Lee Ballard was hostIincnster. ess at n delightful course dinner SatMiss Mayme I.ee llalkird returned urday evening m honor of Mr. and hiune Friday after a two weeks stay .Mrs. Joe K. Bryant of Washington, with Mr. W. T. Woolfolk and family D. ('. The color scheme of pink, white and green was artistically carii Lexington. Fir the Mr. and Mrs. J. Ilogan Ballard, Dr. ried out in the dining room. iiml Mrs. II. C. Itoiv attepded the table the central decorations was a State Medical Convention in Losing-to- n beautiful French basket MM with white uiid pink roe and asparagus. last week. Ivory candle sticks with pink shadm Mrs. Fannie Bryant returned home also were used and the color scheme Thursday after several weeks stay was carrieil out in the ices cakes and with Dr. and Mrs. B. 11. Montgomery mints. Tlie place cards were pretty Paint Lick. at brides slimier in whit,, ,.r.... ,,,..V. Mil., Mnrs Colliver C. ami II. A. (the favors were lovely- -nnnature green Pawtw Jr., attended the Centre Col.baskets tilled with itink arid L'reen lege foot bull game in Danville Sat and salted Mlmonds. Covers , mints urday afternoon. ;woro luul for Mr. mid Mrs. Bryant, Men.ru W. T. Woolfolk, Bran Hal wr. aiKi .Mrs. u. r. nose. Mr. and Mrs. lard and Archibald Stanley of Lex- J. Ilogan Ballard. Miss Marguerite ington were among the dinner guests Woolfolk of Lexington and Mr. Bob-eof Mr. and Mrs. J. Ilogan Ballard an Fox. grand-mothert Miller and Gabbert. local representatives on Russell sale. THE D. P. SANDERS AND SONS FARM ACRES WILL BE SOLD THURSDAY, 281 acres subdivided and sold in 1 OF 281 OCTOBER 21st -- tracts acres 71 acres. Three miles N. W. Campbellsville, acres GO acres--(- i near Salem Church, mile good school, land faces on three good roads also Railroad. S acres corn, 5 acres tobacco, 80 acres wheat stubble, 0 acres oat stubble, IS acres meadow, balance in grass. 1 1M acres with (5 room dwelling, halls and porches, stock barn 18x00, tobacco barn 40x60. NO. 1 -- NO. barn 20x;.(. 271 acres with new 0 (J room house. 1 tenant house, little son, Paul were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. I'. (. Proitan at Iincaster part of last week. Mrs. Speeil Sherrow and bright lit-- . tie son Herbert were the week end guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. - A. Simpson. Mr. and Mrs. L. I.. Matthews. Mr.j und Mrs. Bill Simpson unit Mrs. Palsy Simpson spent the day Sunday with' Mr. and Mrs. Bill Matthews. Mr. and Mrs. Simpson and baby of Denver, Col. ure visiting Mr. and Mrs. Mike Simpson and attended the burial, of his mother, Mrs. Mary Simpson SIMPSON Mrs. Mury died Friday She had been She wiu a Leavell. Mrs. Ike Duncan and NO. 3 b'O acres with 20x80. crib and granary. NO. room houso, now, and new barn 40 acres with out-buildings 5 room house, front and back porch. You can buy on each tract. All necessary just as many tracts as you want. Trie cropon the Unroll All we ask Is will produce. fxrm anil the Sanders farm shsw what this html for you to look ovr the fsirnw Conitt t the Sales. by-bid- i We Kitnrantee a fair deal no This will bo your opportunity. possession .1 miliary list. Kasy Terms ami Now is the time to buy land. Own your own homo. This fund in level s. .Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe K. IJryunt returned to their home Sunday in Washington D. C, after a weeks stay with their parents, Mr. and Mrs John W. Bryant. Mrs. B. A. Dawes and Mr. Colliver C. Dawes attended the play given in Luncuitcr Friday evening under the Simpson of tin p'aic, morning at II .'clo. k in had health for u time faithful member of the POOR RIDGE. Baptist Church at Buckeye und wasi loved by all who knew her. Miss Christine Preston is staying She leaves to mourn her loss live! with Miss Carrie Preston ut Lancas. daughter und four sons. She wus ter. laid to rest in the Luncutter Cemetery Mr. and Mrs. Dun li.iy spent Friday about four o'clock Saturday ufter-noo- n night with Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Simp- to await the coming of a brighter day. and Kontly rolling highly productive some ttmbur wwll watered. For further particulars see the ownor of the farm, my rejireinUtlive at in touch with my RKAL KSTATK Merchants Hotel, Campbellsville or S at Dam die or LnneusHr. HKAP-QL'AKTKU- THE REAL ESTATE MAN SWINEBROAD SALES MANAGER. LANCASTER, KY. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Oct 7, 1920 Why Doctors Treat the Blood with Iron IxnM I.- CONDITION OF FEET OF BIG IMPORTANCE Well-Fittin- g Shoes Are of First Consideration. ALL FOR YOU consider myself most fortunate to be able to announce to you that to offer to the highest and best bidder. I I tl,' """""r pill. :"":: J l - ili, I.,kn SiinriitiiM ,v t.K..Ut.., n, 1 .i..M..t. "r. , i' ".kmc - i,r I. a way I.. ihj r, "m mI 1 K,?v i.R,l,,,,1,7,,,,,,,,M"1 ,r. ,"" ' ". " "" rv of ll.i, Lriir"ir,,;ni,,M ''""lit i I e.l ii,.h" '"' mills' m mil n.l lr.,t. M III III I ,l,,Prt,, l, ....! ilmlml Mete Should tit Long Enough to Give Toes Free Play and Not Doth-trehy Uneven Darn Put Plaittr en Ttnder Spot. d hve in my hands Ul ar TI... luick Improvement from V New Form of Iron '.."J . .1 it. I !.... " ,. iV. .i ...... ., .T.v '. i . ! ' ..'! .' '"" " vUt, ir n.ii.,1 iM( mi,. inpusm. u. ,tU fllMlr lUallti Srf nf walk lie or tuiii. In is ii'M.fHl 1" a fttirit on the ..itldltlnli of tin. fcef Tin. Iniiritn.. nf wellflllltiir ln. )"IIii)iiIihI 'I hfliiH' .nhtmt ) Hl.ilr "r fnfil Tti' pliniircs lrc Garrard County's Greatest Farm owned by Imiiiil 0 rur aaic I Mat oy atomies urug Siore. a I'tfl" nrnl In- - iifltlirr llflil nor Iimh. lio til Ihn. imiltT onllimry rlrrmntniii - Imt In iirlnln imhi.ii limn Mlii ri- - iIihiil'ix ion)' lmM t lr iiimli. ijnli kljr. h nmcn'M rnlliT mii hnti. iiit i.1i, miN-nit- " l.t and situated in the very heart of the Blue Grasa, on the P.ichrr.or.d and Lancaster turnpike (also known as the 200 mile Federal Highway and also known r. "Broadway"), 31, miles South of Paint Lick, Ky., and 8 miles Eatt of Lancaster, Kentucky. B. Woods J. I'ImI'IIoii U- - Ih(. in WHY NOT Deposit Your and Become Independent The Garrard Bank & Trust Go. ! nnil tlff tun. nri nlioot iin. itv iitnniMfiirliiMi. ; li(Ht klioiilil worn Htllrti'tiily li'foti'lnitnl ll'Hl Mlft Will llllllllt r'iiifiirlnlili. !l li. tlll'IO'l'llf" f,- III ff of I ho wiirrr' til lr Tuesday October 12th AT TEN O'CLOCK, A. M. LOCATION AND ENVIRONMENT. SOIL This land is known by every progiessive farmer in Garrard County to be at good and possibly better than any other farm in the County or in this section of the state of Kentuc flin i nrl li fr. f l oiilil ky. Is of the clay and limestone bottom with a deep, rich and fertile top. Will produce 1500 t ilr'i-iMr to 2000 pounds of tobacco per acre and of the highest type Burlcy quality. 'Hr.riillv mlii'i 4 Will make 60 to 80 Hi' ln' ni In Inn Hii'ih ilrv m tft bushel of corn per acre and a great producer of hay, Red clover and blue grass. Not one acre ttiiM nr' In l.. wit no ncnio Tin. on this entire farm can be found that will not grow tobacco. lli IiihiIiI Ik. iliin i tlial li"V tmw klmiilil In- - h.ntr i'tnt!i;ti In i"o ilii. ih' fnn piny. !ri-- t linlit iiilin to lmr oil !( ttif Il iln l I thii IllC In- 'll l"! till' 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, mii-inli iilii.) u ti c composed of the "Best People on Earth" ideal place to rear the child and where any man would lr Ix'furlHv Willi tllll'llln MllT like to spend his days. Three miles to High School nnl imt ni. tf id. imiuiI.t n Hi This farm has in all about 300 acres, we will subdivide the farm into ln.. iti'l lulu tin- liMi hy about 5 farms. 'Imtifi' if lni' .mil .IttV The acreage will run from 20 acres to 100 acre and each tract will have long hntini; nm lr iiIIitiimIIiic il.illy. pike frontage and buildings will be on each tract offered, with possibly one exception. tv ''iiiofiirtNlih' wIhmi wtirli innl tinil to iln'iii In l HI I H Ilii' flt ilrtil HI mil lii.for' ".ollrli riiln fri-- t (. .I'li'ith. (i'iHlr) r li"' - hit noil - nr ruli with ihII iih it one-ha- lf lf SUB-DIVISIO- N i I H'ff ' .r t "nlklnc i lm to jo" oiiw-iiiifi- ln-.- THE NATIONAL BANK OP ( t luii- -i if ANCATI:R. Intr tlo-- ltlit'r li' fi.'l ilinniiishh tnkittr rliim iin.'ii'ii'" if uhIk-mifMtliiiil nml It l 'ii to rlmh'i' Ihi' or ! hy nli nr mi wltlj IMPROVEMENTS. r aiIUi illri'illi lnt lrmtl In up'tol 450,000. IIENN'Y. President C KENNY, Caihlrr It Surplti J K i50,000. Vire-1'rrj.t. tic iliroiich Hi.' iiiI nml kiti tmt illicitly r.lnc ! lnt uhIit irli-- Intn ml tl.i Honor Roll bank A i? ln. I Ti 1 hlltT i ioiil-Iii'I- ami crtill) till I.I I Hit l tint bikI Imnh-ti Id iii for tli' - STOHMES. C M THOMPSON, ir lil tMtinli' m hl Milutlmi- itn' ilni.. Iti ii ilUli ink rontnlii' n Teller. r. PUT ELLIOTT, ln.hvi.lunl Hook ltrepcr MUCH MOHLEY. MH.nful A ami "lt tnrrt4. Book-keepe- iin'r nf ni'l'l to tun iinirti of liltlit) of liiflli'iitiil nlnihol tin in' iri OF HOUSE CLEANING tnll (, YOUR BUSINESS. l Swinrtroml, Alex It, Denny. J H Posey, J. E. Stormee, W M Elliott. Directors. C Penny. A T Sanders. wr. SOLICIT MANNER Ir Many of Old Method, Art Wrong in Principle and Faulty In Practlct Some Good Hint. Miiliy niitn of nf th.-ii- i tli' OertelS DOUBLE-DAR-K The Drink that Leaves a Pleasant Memory Mat it in yuur humr at all timrt Inc DRINK In Pry -- iritulili' nml faulty "w.'.-iuii- liini' l':itilnc riitninnii t nro wron: Eight room frame residence, front porch and lattice porch, at this residence will be found a dandy large orchard, excellent grape arbor and all small needed. A large double corn crib, a large combined stock and tobacco barn with stalls and mangers, 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. 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 on this one a good little stock barn. On a sixth tract will be found a good three rcom dwelling with arrangement for cow and horse in small stable. A 6 acre tobacco barn. All buildings described except 2 are roofed with galvanized roofing. IS THIS LAND WATERED? I am not able to describe on paper just how well it is, but will say that there is a spring or pool in nearly every field on the farm, and these streams are Ask some one if they know anything about the famous spring at Jim Woods place. Cood ones. rat-pro- In prnrtlr. xllli mill wilt it with ilmiii u:i i! iMk Hint llmroiicli iirolonsiil ulrliif Vni'Uiim rlrnn nr' of iliililiil xiiIiic. tln-ll r nn wxy ti.'ful hut ti not r Hor' ui'li'. Srrtihhlne wlplnc mnt iIiiMIiil N ofl.'ii AS GOOD LAND AS A BIRD EVEft FLEW OVER. IN AS GO9D PLACE TO LIVE AS CAN BE FOUND. GOOD SUBSTANTIAL IMPROVEMENTS IN GOOD CONDITION. A CHANCE OF A LIFE TIME FOR THE MAN WITH SMALL CAPITAL. JUST ONCE IN A LIFE DO YOU HAVE CHANCE TO BUY THIS FARM IN SMALL TRACTS. NO BETTER TO BE FOUND FOR THE MAN LOOKING FOR LAND. PERSONAL PROPKRTY. The OERTEL Co Louisville, Ky. Simn out hi warm oni ur fnrrN mli in. wnll, furniture, tiii'inl ImiN, ilixir" nml lliiT hm work limy inhnlitnci'OUkly In wlifl off. with it ni: uioNti'itiil with turix'titlii.', k'ri- m'ii., or :irntl!in' oil. Mlllllutlt N'otllllli: I'll II hliioil with nlrlni: for n pluih tifil, wltliin riNtili of .'irryhiHly. In ilutlni:. a tliunp nit: iihiii'tily liotih1 wiiIiIii; tia' rnc lr ii. Mkr. N. L. l)lk and Orrlrl, Llflil. Curry (Irocery Co. Dutributor, tUrrodburn Ky nf Ocitrl, Duuhlo Dark, OrrtrU irt ralf-- lrnnrli ' l rttl-- .i It K tln'r.fon'. n Inthlnc, hlilllk.'N. I" h liullnr comN in nit".. ilmixTh". tlio nnti nlr In tin' un llclit. out llio ilu- -t hoforo ri' nml tunilni: llifii to lliilr plmc In tlic floii" Cixxl I'lllll hru-liliit; At the same time and same date we will sell the personal property of this good farmer, consisting of farming implements of all kinds, live stock of all kinds, including mules, cattle, cows and calves, sows and pigs, shoats, 65 head of fine young black faced ewes, a lot of fine lion.. S CITIZENS NATIONAL KENTUCKY, BANK. OF LANCASTER 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, Chier. ThU bank hat two Time Lock Safes, one cf which is kept Locked. II. F. OTICE J- in th A nin of (kilnt for tii kid In n nml othiT iliii'-- i where the wiMMlwnrk mul wull ure iniuli kiihjet'l rliii n mat of white to wear, nml hiiIi In Hie cllitr will en u lon wn to Kite the lllllxllllIK linnln" In the lniil' ileillillik. t'h'HU Up mnt p.iltit up N .'ry iiM'ful Mn-iiii. hay and everything known to prosperous and progressive farming. TERMS Mr. Woods wants to give the small man a good chance to make money and states that he will make very liberal terms and make the thin? easy for the man who wants to own a home. These will be fully announced at the sale. Don't forget the day! Don't forget the importance of attending this sal and do'nt forget to tell your friends about it. DON'T USE CANNING POWDERS Their Eaceaalve Uie With Seriout May Bt Attended Ne Cood Effect Reawn for R'W. R. G. WOODS, PAINT LICK, KY. 11 Iluil.on. PrvninYiit I J U'nlUr. nU 0 DuvliUon, Cathirr. Joi J. Walker. CuihliT. tt','0. KiKticy, Ait. .Mr, .V. 0 HnmlUon, Win, F. Mlllrr, Toller At. Cuililrr. Teller. Ai.'t W. 0. RI6NEY Funtral Lancaster, Oinctor and Embalmir. Ihe Mennonitea. The Meti'imtlto- - lerlte Ihe r name fntli- (mm Moulin Slinnm, formerly a tearher ami Ill nine nilllllllllllllih there l a ollc prlet. who wlile opri'llit Um nf t'llllhllli: miwiIiT lender of Hi" AlinlaptM nhout t.tli, tot Ii horit iiiiI mlU) lie iit'hl tire ami puMItiM lil True ChrUtlan ll IhiucIiI I r.iiii ilriifL-lfor lliU pur Her In l.VM. him. I.nrk-"-' ipiiiutllleM of llii'-- e iicliN lire uImi mill at n hluli prlei utiiler Key of the Baitllt. fiiiielfiil ( aniiluiz t'oiiipoiinil uatnei., present' of the IMtlte The Thi' rulleil State ileparlini'lit nl ilisirje Vnhlnctou hy Ijtfay-eit- e t iicrh'tllltire warns ncalini the ine nf c on li ilrt 'ny in America. It any pre'r Ins Miwier or ninnliif l nnt'ipie in'siiNii'. n i'l lian: In Ihe may he Mtleliilol Their U".' i'iiihiiiiii intui itIiicIkmI Imll f Wiihnictiir with M'rloti. eflr! Uhiii illiU'Mli'll ami tion nt AI'iHtit Vernon II U rillltely priu'lleahle to health "put up' fruit ami M t'i'lnhli", -- i that I First Sewing Machine. they will kiep Imli'llultely hy The tlrl renlly prnrtlrnl n'wlns ina- There l Itu: I In- - priMliii'i. ullli heat nr tntlor liar- chlnn wn untile hy n no r for taLIm; tin rUk of theliiiey Thlnimonh'r of St. Illliiitie, e ' iter rnmi.lii. 1.. enrt hefor Prance. In K'Hi u the mar imo' iiiHilillie "i" uii.ke a nit ket ''i. o of h' ma '"" HOUSEHOLD HINTS 1 THINK OF IT 50.000 His "I hear Ilia' etnplov women If a woman l hill a down up, the Idea Is 11 h.'l Conclusion, th' hos colnc In rolleeter-- " "Well. a kooiI at nitinlni; she Is at runnlui: one n sure winner." New Persons Publicly Recommend Our Rtmedy. Some Are Lancaster Ptoplt. llnten llealsler. Chess vs. Education. Is also the Moslem sntiic) (In Espl) whn. In spile f his holm; totnlly llllieniie. will lake mi in iimro Ihiiiii'lilfii' )h of raiotirt'lse-lirci-l iiliallern at chess aiH listi I1I111. ' I.niiin SHSiulor pni' ;i: .!' ,x:e:e::e::e::t:eo:i8x:eW.. romce Plune t. Rrkiilemr I'liiuit- - U.I Kentucky. pan tilen Aluminum hniihl inter le walml In wulet iiiM.liii i..-- al mIu, ll e:.:.:.x.::o::exL: or other p't. II )uii uili lo Or) ilnllie lu a hurt litii II l ruinluk'. Imiiu ttniu In tin uouku hiiO luru ub tie ilicirlc fu. w Oter one liuinlrcl tlunuaml Imru ri'fommctitleil Ittali'a Kidney PIIU, Kor backache, khltiey, urinary Ilia, lMty (liotitaml IkiioI toKtlnnmULi Am anneurlnir now In ntihlie nrlnt Some of them ate akter people. Some uro imbllkhetl lu No other remedy slintt a Mich proof Follow- - this I.inrnater man a cinuv pie. W. 8. Carrier, merchant. Puhllc Square, raya "I h.ul dull luckitchi th.it iKithentl mo, eapeclally during the It; lit and my kidneys acted Irrec-- , ularly I tued Donn'a Kidney Plllx. procure! at Klorme'a Itiik Store and the Nickwhe and other slRns of To Rettere PtrtuMe of Flever. trouble disappeared I have bad ktnleil that the i'i,fii. ' ttnw. o m the iirdi In jo return of tho trouble" rr illnppeitr n Price COc, nt nil dealer. Iton't liMU-- 'l It ""iV It l Ihe poial I mill he re'lnie! lit ou 'le Hotter Imply ask for a kidney remedy - Ret III n .n'lltlnn nf siltfar hell li fnritlll- Pcuti't Kidney Pills Ihe same that thin of Mnrcti nml the i'iiillou of Mr. Carrier had. Foster Mllburn Co. Mfri , lluffalo, N. Y. fmiTniuv will he ill nine rt'iiuil. ' f IM t im ' There ' iit 11 "Inspired Idiot." e We are told thai this was n hcstotteil hv llnraie Wulpnle on Imihii.. nf the Oltter OoldkUilth medley of wit mol fiMillslmess, Miniii-genius and stupidliy which entered Into his mental miiti'iin nick-inlinv kid-tie- T Helps Thrttd the Needtt. Tfiose Imtlni: defe'tle e.tisltl.1 will inte Itme when Ihrendliik' " cwlhi; ea ki 1iiIiIIl'IiI. tie.slle If they Flash II tiehlml Ihe eye of the needle ami liumedlnlely your iicsll ttlll Im K.ep the ltnhll:ht In Ilia Ihreadeil. luarhllie drutter. tthete'lt ttlll always , N handy, 11 J h fW.tr.il MecorcJ. Lancaster. Ky.. Thursday, Oct 7, 920 1 lTt)OCXX3UK30 KXXJlXKXJOClCOCnt SWINEBROAD, g Classified Column K ATI'S Single ,iisert.on It- .it 't .' i No mi taken for les than in till c .ii(fiii No N lr column ei.nrr.ei; Seven insertion- - d r tl.. i Our Policy During the Period Of Price Adjustment. that there1 would be a period of ncljuMmi'iit of commodity prices after the jrivut war and we are now going through that period, and we want you to know J)tt what we are irnitiK to do in our !usiue... The papers are full of articles concerning price chnugcx where the writors in order to make their articles interesting have greatly magnified the facts. While the Ilaw materials have declined very decidedly, the cost of Coal is up I0 per cent: Transportation is tip 100 per cent, and l.alior is up from 200 to 100 per cent, this and expect only a gradual recession of prices. ICvcry one knew a The Real KstnW Man's October Dates Of Auction Sales. FRIDAY, OCrOIII'.K nth- - l) rr for Mr Sarah J Cne. Lin. ;' t .tint). Mack pike irai Morebtn.l ... -- price of tle Phone ..tilers wih( promptly ; nii I xxx In- - :. tout kitk u n xuun money h x.rxx September Jury to ptiitl nil n Juror. r'al count). Eminence and l.aCriuige pikt WLONESOAY. OCTOBI'.R I3lh-Tw- o SA1UUDAY, OCTOBEH Olh -- 21 lliiiirlt.i.' Newtd'i Bishop . .tint. 1ij miles Pan- - JnrkstosV P pike TUESDAY, OCTOIU'.K I2lh rti aires for P C Weyrnburg. Ilenrt fi LeV'l - Jo J Walker FOIt SALE New Franklin Sew ini; machine Price reasonable, Hugh Moblcy FOUNI) oh Danville Ikiv- street, mine scarf. Owner can proving property ut notice. d pa;it'g for !' this er Gaylc Doty. Lost: Duroc sow. weight nliout Ijit seen on Danville :i00 pounds. purchases! at the pike. She wh Swinchronri Sale. - Porter Ituli (It. p.l.) SALE Ten home power (!n.iline engine ami ensilage cutter, complete with belts, piping etc. New. Jesse W. Sanders. Phone 23. FOIC OUR POLICY For four years while prices were steadily advancing we made it a rule to hold otir stunk at old prices until we had to buy more goods ami then we averaged up the old and new and gave our customers the advantage of the lower prices. During that period we .saved iHir customers many thousands of dollars. Now when prices are likely to gradually recede we propose to take equally giHid cue of our customers. Our New York olHce notifies us whenever a mutiufacttirer makes lower prices and we mark down our stock accordingly. N v mi tan buy from us with as much confidence on a falling market as you ditl 011 the rising market I00 nrr- - and I03 acres T W Burhanui'. near ( arnpbell ville. Tabr Count) THURSDAY, OCTOBER I4th I0 1 acres for It B Wilson and 180 acres for A It Keltner. Taylor conn IV. Friendship pike FRIDAY. OCIOIILR I5lh M arris for Collin and Witlock and 102 in re f..r C M Durham. P) lor conn l near Cambpelt 'lie, fr farm Hill. OCTOBER SATURDAY. n Irr 200 acre, for W B MrltM. (ilen.boro pike '11 counl IUESDAY. OCrOBEIt propert). tobacco ware house PhHir Mill. I .1 ami Buxne. ( ..Bins 8oti.es far I i" I.el.n, r Maru.t; rountx Wlb-lteilenre FOB SALE PRIVATELY: former residence of (iovernor The Brad-ley. WEDNESDAY. - Til m oppoite luicnster Imilillnir. High School tt for It Robinsons OCTOBER II Russell 20lb rv - rreek pke OCTOBER Lexington 'avenue. J. It. Mount To n .'.ace STRAYED .... .1: Sept. and white Hitlcd sow. weight about 1 10 pound; Owner can have same by iinir all charges anil proving property. Hnrrisan Deane. Bourne. Ky. ''.'! nl. black !. SOME EXAMPLES We were untitled Sept. loth, that prices hail been made on Pies C.iMglmm for 21. t arres for D P Snnerrs. Taylor toun') near Seilew Churrh OTHERS TO FOI LOW See advertisement for descriptions Get in twurh with "Resl I. tale lleadqusrlert", etfires at Psnvllls and Itncnter. J." I THURSDAY. FOIl SALE A few choice Rhode Island lied eockerets for immediate delivery at $1.50 each. .Mr, i:. W. Perkins. '.ItO.'Jt- 111k lkick LOST Poland China sow. weigh about 300 pounds. Left my place first week in September. $10.00 reward. J. Miley Anion. Phone 3S7-II- . Spring 7 to 10 cents a yard lower. We at once marked down onr stick from 10 t cents a yard. Last week L'tiea, .Midiawk and Wearwell Sheetings were reduced about ! percent and we reduced our stock l. percent. Wool Serges we hite reduced from Sl.Tto . a yard to Tocts. Dress Silks are down nearly Silk Ho,mu has been grealU 1. many other hues all through the stock duced. and one-half- hall) intitee) to raeae and briMff a pi Mr I It. Unary ani rhialren Knt returned hsstae frtrm a vis4t In Mr and Mrs K II Wars! of M.i.Us While there rw hhs deNgatfuM) entertain-ib) Mr and Mr. Jan It June hh.i Mr and Mrs. (;ale) Mr Mary Cwtey of IBebmond. Mr Vrthusa Curre) nnii Mr Willtarx Je FOIt SALE: I have decided, on account of bad health, to tell my Gar-agIt is one of the best stands In the county. A good building and everything that is needed for a garage. For further information write to Hryuntsville Oarage or call phone 22 or 37-S. V. Halcomb, e. A, B. ROBERTSON & BRO. danville Kentucky. a ie Roman of nmiepart) sevrntl .tax's the past tek at the NsMMe uf MraatanHw Carrie !',.v ,isom and WilHam Sutton Mr and Mrs. Siuatt Carwui 1.11 ' .tl. .Mr. W A. CarMn and daughter Mis Aunelle Carssin uf Stanford and Mr Wm. Romans of (.anrnater Iwiaster ettntpcweU a Jol . $5.02, 1010. $8.25. Hood Alfred. 1010. $3.75. Hemphill. Anna 1010. $1.8b. 1018. $1.60. Harris. Mag 10 I.N $4.50 1010. $1.60 1 lot. 101 1, $1.05, Adams, Jane, Hutrman. Harry. M8 $3.76. M0. $8.76 1 lot 10.14, $3.37. K By order of the City Council at its Anderson. rankle Hood. Susan. 1018. $2.00. 1018, $3.37. regular meeting, October 4th, 1020, Allen. Ceorge I lot. 1010. $1.13. '17, Hocker. Dixie 1010 $1.31 I will sell at the court house door in Hlatt. Edle. 1010. $1.31. $1.13. 10 Ih, f'AVi. Ijincaster. Ky.. beginning at ONE The Itecord will send the Arnold. Mary Heirs. lot. 1017. $1.50 Harlan Howard 1010. $3.00 O'CLOCK, on Journal 100 days for 11.80. Johnson. $arah 1010, $0.00 . 1018. $1.50. This will take the subscriber thru MONDAY. OCTOBER 25th. 1920,, 1 lot. 1017. $3.. '18 Johnson. William 1010. $10.12. Anderson. Cran the Presidential campaign and until the following real estate for taxes due Kenned). Jane. M7. $l.ff. Mh$I.S7. $1.50. 1010. $1.50. long after the votes are counted. the City of Uncaster. The names of 1010. $3.00. 1010. $8.00 . Alcorn. Minerva. Send subscriptions to this office. KaulTman Mattle "17. $1.3K. '18 $1.31 those paying before that time will be Blanks. Jane. 1 lot 1013. $2.05. tf. stricken from the list. Boatright. Arch. I lot. 1015, $'.0U,t Miller. Bcie, 1013. $2.03. M I, $2.03 I t f 111 tlft V 1018. $1.50. M. C. of I 1010. i'J.08. 1017. $2.03. 1018. iir.iwkwo ua r vrii lint u am nnnnoTi iwitv I ui 1 MHylield. Andy. M0. $8.10. M5. $2.03 1010. $3.38. whi"TO BUY NECESSITIES .mi al.o to WIN $3.37. 1010 18.3. 1010, Bland. Bill. 1 lot. 1015. help Tlir Young Ladies Miitinnary Arnold. Bella, lot. Hal. 'IK, $7.46. $S.tMt. 1017. fi.M. 10 h. $i..0L'. Mnylicld Jerry. M0. $2.2. M7. $2.03. by buying of them your, Brown, E P. Society, lot ll'IT. $8.25 1018. $3.00. 1010. $8.00. 1010. $'J.tW. need, in CANDIES and CHOCOLAT- Blue Crass D'ry A Ice Co. 1010. $.1S. Myers. Jesse. M0. $3. 1017. $3.00. lot, 15. $3.. '10, $!i.03. ES, almond and peanut ban, sweet Blue Crass Elee Light Co. HUH $0.1.1 Brown Wm.. Newland. Sarah. M6. $1.50. M0 $1.50. '17. $3.. '18. $3.87. '10. $3.75. 1017. $0,110 and bitter chocolate, al lla.elden Bro. CoV Owsley. I lot '17. $1.50, M8 $1.80. 10 $1.50. 10, $3. '17. $3. Ball. Emanuel, lot. Store every Saturday and court day, Dishon. .. M. I lot is 7 . $ t.ss 1015. Owens Charle.. 101 1. $3.75, Win. $3.37. 1010. $3.38. 6.00. bit. 1018. or from Mr.. J. W. Smith, Mr. W. R. Dishun. T. E $3.75. 1010, $3.75, 1017, $8.75. Beailey, Andy. 1 lot. 1010. $3.38. '17 Batlin, Mr. M. S. Hatfield or Mr.. Elkin. Carlton lot. KM. $7.50. I01t. $3 75. 1010, $8.0. $3.38. 1018. $1.12. 1010. $1.13. Ilnlman Brown al their homes. Id It). $10.60 Burnnm, Louis, I bit. '10. $0, '17, $0. Oventtreet Bob. 1015. $1.50. 1010, IPX!. $12. to. 1017. Francis. Bell $1.50. 1017. $1.50. 101,. 5.25. I luck. bit 1010. $2.03. SUM. lOlh. $12.11. 1010. $1 1.4.1 Burnside. Mr;;. 1010. $7.60. No matter how the election got ln..Fon Burdvtte, lot. 1010. $0.0(1. , A 0. ,,fi, Pollard, Charley, 1018, $8.75. 1011, mere win si 1; lie u nun- Burixble, Mary, I b.t. 1010. $8.00. .uvemiier, IH.&Q. IV1H. l. UUU. $3.76. 1010. 3.76. g dred million people !eft who are Beuxley. M. lot 1010. $2.08. Crimea. Jim. ltM.1, jS.OU. Palmer. Mat. 1013. $2.26. to work or b- - worked. We'll HoMurii. T. M. I U.t 101.1. Burdotte Lela. I bit. 1010. $1.13. it.SS. get along. Cuninglwm lltirs. I lot. 111 rt. $1.21.' Pollard. Otwrgc. 1010. $8.75. 1017. .Some M. IV Hi, $7.80 $3.75. 1017. n.'.'l. Wlh. $1.21. '10. $1.21 ; f..'.'5 Hd llernduM ID Is IlKseMen 1, CrHttfird, .Silas. I lot. MS. $2.26. '10 Bay. Cvorue. 1013. $1.82. 101 i "1 ltftw. U.ih. 1016. $2.80, 1010. 1017. , $l.0. IUItt.1 Lobmh. Mr. J. M. 1V1&. $1 $2.82. 1010, $8.38, Cmi. Wilh. lira. I bit 1010. $1.50. 1I.'J5. BoIiihsoii. Ceorge 1016. $1.60, 1010. Doty, Erne!. 1013. $3.20. $3.10.' Same. 3 kit. ll 15. I.KT. IUIH. i $1.60. 1017. $1.60. 1018, $1.50, Wirt. $3.10. 'IK. $3.10. '10, $5.25. WIT. It.KS WIS. It.Ss.'IU I5.T! 1010. $0.30. II. T. 1 I0I.V M.sli. IUU.' Hot). HarrisHH. nr. '13. $I.7IL 1018. Bobilisou. Lige. 1010, $3.76. 1017. Quickest kodak service in $11.25. i.0U $2.03. 1018. $3, 1010. $1.60. Jerry, n. r.. 1014, $1 01. Bice, Nannie, 1017, $1.88. America All work returned Muhait. Mr. V. M. I Ut 10 IK, 5.00, 101 1, 10.. 101ft $n, m.oii Pi.Htun. Wm. 1011, $3.10, '10, $1.50, Bice, Ceorge 10 h. $0.60, M0, $6.26. tame day received. 1017. $X.fi. fetou. Kliwi. 101 1, $1.87. .Sliced, Milton, 1018, $4.12. Mount, J P.. wild uif I lot. 10K1. Isuttn. Narct I lot. '10. $1.88, '17, Williams. James, 1011. $8.10, 1016, To show samples of our work $1.88, 1018, $3.02. $1.60, 1010, $1.60, 1017. $1.60, 1017, $3.75, 18, $3.75, we will develop one roll any Smith. Mrs. E. W. n.r I kst 1016. Hui.b Al, 1018, $1.50. 1010, $6.70. $10.50, 1010. $10.50, 1017, tlO.SU. Evans, Tom. 1018, $1.50, 1010 $0.00 Wtwirren, Mattie, 1010. $1.50. size film and make one print IV IK. S10.50. Faulkner, Uuts, 1013, $5.25, 1014, from each good film for 20c, jUmiwr. Dave. 1010 $31i.47. $0.00 17, $5.80, IK. $8, 10 $7.60 Yeakey, Sam and wife 1018. $1.60. 1 lot I0K1. I'JI.OO A'antii, Louis. Hot. 1010. $1.80, l loyd. John, 101 1, $3.37, Trumbo J. nd pay pottage Vanhook. O. II. I M 101 a. m.'.Ti, Floyd, Jack. 101 1, $3, '15, $3, '17, $3, GUY. 101 1, tl.r.0, 1017. $i!75. 10IH,: 17, $3, 'IK $3. 1010, $3.00. for price litL (7.50. 1010, $1.50. Floyd, ltu and Belle, 10 13. $!I. Ml, Mr. Joe Pruthcr Is quite ill. Vanhook, l Mail tervice only. $3. 1010, $3.00 - J. I lot 1017, $I.Kri, .Mist Allie Yantis is visiting relutiv. I01H, C.OO; tOIO. $7.50. Faulkner, Frank 11. r. I lot, 1013,1 Woman. Club, I lot I01K, $11, '!&., $1.50, Ml. $1.50. M5, $3. M0, $3,' es In Fleming county. Mr. James II. Nay lor is with M8 $1.50, 1010, $4.60. 1010, $ll.'.Ti. M7. Indiana friends. LOUISVILLE, KY. I. 10 10 C(l.'Jf.j ('rant, Mattle, 1013, $1.60. Wulker. Alexowl.r. ' Woods. Mrs. .Susuu I lot 1010, $11. --J. Harmon, Wm. 1013, 4.60. Mr. ami Mrs. Simon Tunkersley are Visit Ohio and Indiana while the crops are growing. See our wonderful crops of corn, tobacco, clover, CITY PROP- - alfalfa, blue grass and etc. Write for free price list of farms can suit you in any size, price or location. JOHNSON & UEATY , Greenville Ohio. TRTY SATP Colored. Anderson. Alex. Hot. 1011, $4 38. '14, $.t..7. 101:.. $:t.:t7. 1010. $a.3H, 1017, $.'1.38, 1018. $3.37. '10 $3.57, Arnold. Lucy. lot. lOt.l. $1.50. '14 $1.50, '15. $1.50. MO. $1.50, M7 $1 50 1 Herring Bob 1013, $1 50 Harlan Anderson, 1013, $3.50 Herring Harriett. 1014, $3.00 Harris. W. II. M0, $3.13. M7. .8n M For Delinquent Taxes. 100 Days For $1.80. Daily-Couri- 1 ' f"--- 1 1 uniunii - .ting Mr ai d Mrs A N Merida Mr and Mrs Henry Yater visited, SYCAMORE. Mr and Mrs John Prather rrrently Mrs. James Yantis was the guest .Mlts Ida Simpson was visiting ' Thursday of Mrs. Bascom Pelphroy. friends here Saturday night Mesilames Green and Alfred Poyn- (Mark, l.ury and Misses Marie ter were with MrCreary friends Tues- ' Grace Long of Poor Ridge were visit day. or of Miss Maudie Clnrk ami attend Mr. ami Mr. William Walker were til the He supper here. recent visitor of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Miss Corn Hurt of Paint Lick at Scott. tended the pie supper at this place, MMrs Gene Scott ami Bandolph which was given by her sister. Ml Ida Hurt. Poynter were visitors recently in The Pie Supper which was given Mr. ami Mr. Wm. Kimlrr and baby here last Saturday night amounted to spent last week with Mr. and Mr. $05.76. Miss Delia Clark of Uincas ter tas the winner of the beautiful Mile) Beeialey. Mr. Juksms Vaults vu.il.xl Mcsdam- - box of chocolate candy, her pie sell intf for $8 26 and was bought by Mr iw Ollte CrnhaM ami Miley Beazley Gabe llulTiiuin of near Markbury i were visitor Wednesday etening of Mr and Mr. Baicom Pe Iphre) 1 Wt4niMa. Mr. Carrie Ilavidmn spent Mon 1 lay in Lancaster with Mr. and Guy D.ivhIsoii. t Mr. 1 1 1 1 1 1 Mr. Alfred Poynter and little son, ah hi were vtattoi Welntslay of Mr. Wm. Walker. Mr. .Mi ley It.Milcy luid for her TutHulay Mr. William Griggs KUest and two daugbters. Mr. and Mr Torn Yantis were Mttnda) vi4turM of Mr. and Mrs. Wm Kwbry at Lancaster. Mr. atM Mr. Walter Turner and little Muu Doroth) Turner of India ' mipwli are visiting rekttivtw here Mr and Mr Itubert Ward and two sons uf Miidison spent the past week end with Mr and Mr. Milton Ward Mr. M1I0 SiHipon and children uf r ltncnster spent the ilay hrlilay the ituesU of Mr. and Mr Ollle Graham. Mr. ami Mr. Milton Ward were visitor Wednesday of Mr. and Mr Willwm Ctitrk on the Lexington road. Mr. Milton 'i'uttle of Barboutville, who I visiting here is critically III at the home uf lit sou, Mr and Mrs. I llenr Tuttle. Mr. and Mi. Henry Yater and duugbUr Elizubclh ami son Master James spent Sunday with Mr.' audi ' Mr John Yater of Judsou. Mr. Lee Brown of Buckeye and Mr. Ba.com Brown and Master Jam. e Franklin Brown were guests Wed nesday of Mr. and Mr. Hubert Lay ton. There will be a pie supper ut An tloch school house, Saturday night, October 0th, proceeds to go for the be lie lit of the school. Everybody cor 1 1 A Tonic For Worn en "I was hardly able to drag, I was to w eakened." wrilcs Mis. W. V, Kay, ol ILislcy. S, C. "TheiJoclorlrcatcilmelorabout two months, still I didn't pet any better. I liad a larnc family and felt I surely must do something to enable mc to take carelofitiiy little ones. I had licartl 01" 1 ! I I u,j, 1 J-- wil-lin- 1 1 KODAK FILMS $.. DEVELOPED. I 'It, m. lt X ioi. lty. 1 i "I decided o try it," conU. tinues AIM HI InU eight Jfcottlci in all . . . I re- RairictPmy strctigtli and liave liau no more trouble with woI liave ten manly weakness. children and am able to do all my housework and .1 lot . . . I can sure recommend Car Jul." lir. ll PI W N 1 ,. lt 5 ' out-do- Sad i ; Louisville Photo Co. Take Car4ul today. be ut wlut yotrnd. way t $, AtaHdnults. CM