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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): October 14, 1920 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1920 cen1920101401_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): October 14, 1920 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1920 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. It Pages To jr. THE CENTRAL RECORD. LANCASTER. KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON. OCTOBER 14. 1920. I I n 12 Psgts-Today- ; taim rmsT tt New School Law. NUNIfR it. (Klltorial) Thu purpo of th.H article Ih not to criticise thu new school law but to cull attention of the people of Garrard County of Nebraska are lying awake Writing under the Caption A Conwhether the new VOtltll deigned lo revolutionize the rural court house next Saturday Htternoon. Saturday. one of the most the Importance to look after urnrrvlnvgoing to throw the flute- to irhool ylem of the Stale. Mr. (5lbon trast" the Louisville Kvening Post revotf l the election of the new school On Hint clat the voter of each talented speaker on the platform in MANY AT RECEPTION GIVEN IN cently published nn editorial on the We have Coun- - the Mate of Kentucky. Irish question ,thnt ha won so much board. In our local news In Thnt worry has a solid foundation, county will elect n HER HONOR. ly Board of K.lucntion composed of every reason to think that one of tho favorable comment that reqests have nn outline of Its provisions and too For a sensation h Just l.een poured In from the Statn- that it be will sprung in Nebraska politic by the five member, from the county at most representative audience that requirement. The people What wit recognized a one of the large, who next year will appoint a ever graced the auditorium of the event in local annal reprinted. It follows: new school .u.l.len public revolt of three of County Hcliool auprriniemiem take notice that this house of Justice, will be on hand next niol notable "Judge O'Doherty speak, we. dobt th- Icadlnir Republican women.! one thnt attracted widespread Inboard, composed of five, has Alltte' On account of the national election Saturday nfternoon, to hear thlf noted and not at all, for the large majority of fevered their con-- ! three have terest, was the visit of Mr. Chris-tld 01 tpeaker and writer, expound the Dem the intelligent men and women of larjce powers. They are ncctlon with their party and have however. o lar a representatives Urailley South to her childhood ocratic doctrine, Incident to the Irish birth and descent when !:! comto lay a levy of taxes for, refused to support the llepubllcan the Department of Kducatlon have being paid preent campaign. A large portion home here Inst Saturday, n culmina- mends the frank and manly au.'swer ticket because of liar-- , ported, little attention school purposes for what they we dare ray, of n desire upon e schodi election, and a majority of of the hall will be reserved for the tion, given by Senator. Beckham to tho-against the LeaEue of ding' to visit the scene of her estimate to be required to sup- Nation.fland will tupport Cox ve forgotten that there ladle. wlio are urged to attend and her urt who inquired ot him if ho will, If jthe All girlhood a ail meet friend and loved ' especially invited. plement teacher'a nalaries and to l" " elected, vote to 'recognize the Irish Are Hlih U Parly one that are still urnr and dear to Thee trustee, two of whom crve Republic other cxpcndltureand the FisTbey ure Mm. ' T. Lindsey, who her heart. one TRAGIC DEATH "Senator Beckham made not tho cal Court of the County Is com- ho. resigned from the state It.pub- for one year, one for two yeani. oneWhen the announcement wa pubslightest attempt to evade the issue. lor lour, are eicctmmmlilrr: Mrf. II. ('. Sumney.'lor mree anu collect this pelled to levy and that Mr. South wua to address He, first, affirmed his entire approval llepubllcan ward commit-- ! id " "epnrale ballot, containing Lee Palmer lished MfS the citizen of this county upon the tax for them. The Court of Ap- resigned at and Mm. Jame. Richard-- j device. They are nominated) tee woman, prevent cam-- I of that plank in the Democratic plat political issue of the peals has already decided, that on. who ha quit her work at Itepub by pelttlon. I lie petition inun oe expresses JNJem Kirksville. patgn, her friends, irrespective of form at San' Francisco that sympathy with the aspiration of the power of the Hoard cannot llcan hemlqunrtrr. All are from rlgned "by fifty resident voter and this political affiliation, decided that it tiled Willi the County I lerk in least. pn,. j)nj of affliction ha again Irish people for ..... l .r Omaha. . be questioned. - fifteen day, before the elects That Referring to the specific question. Mr. (wflirt fatny of Mr hevlly upon mil tirf ,.rly 'I This board has the unquesI'almer. Ijut Monday while Kengarlnn Hotel being profusely Beckham nnsweretl "No." pointing Siimney. "I work'ed for the ould be on or before October IHthlL tioned riKht to expend this mon- - .aid Mr. Nation, when the late Dr. out that bis first duty is to America, Mm Palmer was attending to sumei ,, , of league oy as they see fit for school pur-- . Anna Howard Shaw ami M II .an. . .waslilug in xne yam ot ner i.unic nr. .i.,lTmnn ,h.. and that the passage of such n resolu ... i . . i... II,... .i .. ar.- elgi ,Ie to vol.- for or lt,.M ,fcidently caught Ure from the tanta! district uiu mum. were touring the country in it poses. ioi oniy Committee of the Itenub- - tion by Congress would be ' rve s member or me county bU,.p umK.r the wa,h kettle and in... ., mount to a declaration of war against but half and I see no rea son to chnnKe' authorized to collect taxes . This Htrln.lr. resli tint, ofli .1 r"'" ...Im,I..I" u.nrl. ! ..1rv (,reat Britnln, and would not help .. . ... it, t III ,1 .vii iiiuii 1. ..L-Ml-. au ,ll i, l,..,l""' II... l', ,,, (t. v. , .....III ..... ... .... .1,1; . . ...! IIKIMI the success of the schools of my-- mind ..I .n..rprr.e. cue. en. llolly un. a shee o! name,.. te I cannot conscientiously methodically, the Ireland. County depend upon Harding." said Mrs. I.indsey. for. re.idenU of graded Jchool di.tr'rU ( t.ntlrt. crcam, Bltr,cted the attention Garrard Relative to thl. straight forward ,Ur f u. rccetion and which ' County Superintendents. Aho, t,rm.lbf h ,,HUirhtr. who answer, Judge O'Doherty says: the character of the board. The cau.e I ihink the League of hu,b.ni, -.re to - )n- "Mr. Beckham gave that answer, n to her .n after ome difficulty.! the most Important issue that has "M'irr next year and law presumes that this school hmAttiU of laiiM anj nien lhat r rvt. neo , appointment - neonte. ... and so far from forfeiting thereby . tlniruUhed the names; but not until , Its "M At rilltit" before tmbe presen board mv wi..iitjii. i I ' netting signature good opinion of American citizens uua ,ionp ,t, ,radlr work. Mr. itriu invir only way to end Mr South was accompanied to the least there should be no politics establishment the tlieii slates. Under 'he new law j,mer wn carried Into her home and descent, it has, as by Dr. South and her moth of Irish birth or involved In the selection of this the county board will have a wide; ,j,t could be wn done for her but er, Mr. Margaret Hrndley and after happened to know, and, as It should Will Follow Ldr board of five. There will be That thousand of women will fol il.rreli'n u a city boar in selecting without avail. After much suffering Making dinner with Mr, J. M. Duncan do, raised him in their estimation. superintendents of con rboo!, she passed Into the (ireat lleyond, and Mis Jennie Duncan, came Im Citizens of Irish birth or descent do candidates upon a low these three suffrage lender later. The remain ' mediately to the hotel, where the re not give a divided allegiance to the twelve hour we hope that the conceited. It will throw- u tiiit vote and may employ nnyoi.e ho ballot and regardless of wV-he reodc were brought to lincaster for inflag of their country. They arc in Nebrn.kn and likely will ception was held from 12:30 to 1:30 parents and patrons of our to Cox decidedly favorable effect 011 in or out of the State. Thv minimum terment yesterday afternoon, nfter P. M. Dr. South and Mr. Dradlcy Americans tint and before all else, have a schools will take enough inter- the I.ruirur of Nations Issue gener-- , 'salary will be 1,200. impropriate service at the Kirks-- 1 . ... while never wavering in their affec. ... 111c re- wnrmiy The reformation of tho common ville church by Kev, F. M. Tinder. (were aiosharing grccieu ai eipjally tionate regard for the land of their est In this school ulection.which allv. the honor ception, wa oesignci w aiuin uncestors." About four year ago, a daughter with Mr. South. Were It not for thi tong Demo- fn00' takes place at the same time And the fact should be noted that wnicn win nn w.c of thifamil wa. Bcc.i rn.nHy ....; Qn fce m. ,Uon comnlttec with orKanuuon and In the same booth as the cratic ilrift among women and the 0,0,1 Mr. J. II. Richmond, Democratic ed ijsdlie hill near iihimcj, u ur-t m election, to obvious Inclination toward Cox of the rurnl ,u-cnool .P..,. regular November T,,y TV ,arv"1 h" th ingMFown fro a buggy, caused nuird. Mr. Wm. l.ear. Mt. W. T. nominee for Congress from this Dis"f can- Nonpartisan Uague. Nebraska could ?ee that we have suitable Beside her horse. put down assured for Harding. rurnl Kr,"l,a N,hol ditrict ' n,nn' bysvTUnnwuy V. trict, made an answer equally as A. charac- t. Hut Ihese afactors, together with count,M-thhuibinj. Mr. Palner I survived by Wert, Mr J. Roe Anion, Mr. H.Sam frank, and to the tame effect a lhat didate of Uastin, Mrs. Itastin, Mr. fix children, the "youngest only four Cotton, Mr. J. K. Kobinsou and Miss of Senator Berkham. ter, from which the people may fact that labor In the state ape. "So much for these two Democratic JULMjt. LLAl years M. ars to be largely for Cex. hae oelect five good members of the Vlrgie Bourne. candidate. It should he rememberjThsTsympathy of the community go Mrs. South was billed to speak at Since the women have made Democrat decidedly optimistic DellVei-Hoard. , 11.. MastcHy Ad- - out 10 me nisirrssru ininuj- i.. um the court house at 1:30 and when ed that the same question was duly , carrying. Nebraska. been granted the right of suf cf propounded to Mr. R. P. Kmst, Redire affliction. the speaker arrived the house was publican nominee for.' Senator, and. (rage and arc taking an active OPENING NUMBER d rests At Paint Lick. literally packed, with nn overflow Mr. Chas. F. Ofden, Republican nomi,t part in politics they unouiu FOOT RALL One of the best, If not the very crowd almost as large. Mrs. South 'spoke nearly nn hour and many times nee for Congress in this 'iU'ritt. Sj have membership and have rep- The Rednatll LVCeiim best Democratic speech that ha been Mr. Ernst has t I., .. High School Wins. 'during her address was overcome with far as we --are advised question in any resentation upon this board. .II..UV a. I!nrrnnl rnllnlv ihirltlt' the' topwer .prevent campaign, was that of Judge) At School emotion, speaking with much feel- refused He jpfould the petitions murt be signed Course These not preit In thnt In what wa considered one of the ing of the return to her old home, way. lloger Clay. Judge of the Lourt 01 by at least fifty qualified voters Ball ever saying that he looked upon all, both course. It may be that Senator very best game of Foot Auditorium (Appeal, and candidate for and the petition must be Mcti 'on the Democratic ticket this Novem. een on the local CJriiliron was staged llepubllcan and Democrats as her Beckham has lost n few votes hy the course ho adopted. We (to not bef ! ber, made at Paint l.lck last Saturday here last Friday when McKobert friends and neighbors. vlth the Count Clerk at leust Oct. 21st. ,g a R,punilcttn nlcKl fori n larve and Intelligent blue warriors wniiopw me .icngias-- j M fifteen days prior to November South by lieve it, and yet it may be so. But , Mr. Beckham had the courage to state ville Eleven to Ihe lune of 7 to 0. j.irth, with a cdlgree without n 2nd. If you are interested in The first number of the Hedutth , nudivnee local lads fought from the first I, n(. Ju,,.e Clay spoke for an hour or Coun-t- v lccum Course to be given at the1 ,,calng and attractive his position. Why is Mr. Ernst better schools In Garrard rchool building during the 1020-2,or,. u,,, held the attention of hi to the very lat and displayed a won- - ,pcaktr and ha a command of the silent? Is he afraid to speak? In having and interested "Mr. Ogden has made an answer, fession, will be offered on Thursday hearer throushout the entire time, derful knowledge of the game ami Knsjlwlt. that in many respect vour tax money properly spent evening. October 2lt., at eight explaining in detail the esuentinl if we can dignify the tortuous evasion they were not In the, milu. ,. that i,er iiUItrious father. In the School Auditorium. get Interested In this school urr, 0f the League of Nation and game to bring individual honors but she Ulll f0iowo, by Hon. King which marked his letter with that ' election, file your petition with This coure ha been (elected from the importance of it. He wo proud played for the honor that brought to . ,sVope, who spoke for over on hour title. Unlike Mr. Beckham or Mr. Richmond he refused to state where need and Instandpoint f thu woman suffrage amendment that wonderful Institution of learning tfle poiitcni iue,, the crowd the County Clerk immediately the of the of the community and it i and urged those ladle with the In terest Uncaster High School of which nialllnir during the entire time. Mrs he stands. r Tho.. future i Is so ... doubt, . t t and tell the people what you hoped that the public will tance of them cxercUing thi privilege everybody in liorrnnl County "U C,nn" M just South also addressed an overflow s? ' UR ' will do for them in an economl support the erie liberally and graci-;a,, vviuao. what he will do. Mr. Beckham and felt that it was their duty to vote ly proud. rnl. .i r,n. ,i, wa vnt iw ti iiiv men from Jessa- house while cal and wise administration of ously. The guarantor are public ' at the polls on November 2nd. Cupt. Pearon' Congressman S,wope would do under existing conditions, Mr. Richmond were asked what they If elected on spirited men, who ask nothing in re- - j Judce Cluy wa entertained by mine played a nice clean game und spoke in the nudltorlum. the school affaire fought hard but they were unable to not heard turn save the concloune of having friends during hi hort stay In Altogether it wn a great day for and they answered, Mr. Ogden did the board. We have a service. The entire net muter and all concede that hi past make any gain through the line of the Republicans and one that will not see fit to take such a course," of any candidates up to date. Why is Dick Ernst silent? proceeds from the serie will be given record on tho bench of the Court of Capt. Holtzclnw, whose team held ne (BECKHAM MRS. CHRISTINE MRS. GIBSON SCHOOL BALLOT BOLT OF JV.OMEN BRADLEY SOUTH ANSWERS Nebraska Loaders De- - Must Not be Overlooked Speaks Here Saturday. .Mm. Ida McOlono (iilnon, author Nonpartisan Vote. Warmly Greeted By His Stand on Irish Quessert Harding For Cox ami speaker, ha been fecureil by the tho No- Democratic Committee to addre In every county In Kentucky In NEIL, -- Republican OMAHA. tion Pleases Populace. Friends Here Last night vember 2nd will lie helil nn election citizen of (nrrard county at the privi-lette- , I lpt e - I .,, ly nQ I I ,, I ! I -! I . r I "'r I be-- - - ' I - " , " - ..g - .-- . 11 - m I . ..... v , n. T,, , ,, N-- .,, d- . non-partisa- n. I ..." I r 1 I non-politic- al I 11 1 - quul-fie- d - , - 1 1 11 i. u-- - 1 ' ' ; non-politic- e - 1 -. - 111 r- - ( miss-Th- e 1 fent-o'clo- - re-t- impor-Incerel- y I m smi- j to the library fund of the Lancaster Appeal ha made hi calling and liku a hlitnry tell us Stonewall City Schoobr election ure. Jackson. New Lamp The following program will be ofWu cannot wiy that any one on the (Football Result team starred for the local lad a they Two new electric light lamp post fered: The Artist's Trio Oct. 21, 1020, all played excellent ball, Coach have recently been erected on ench Shooting. In The Novelty Four In Dec. or Jan.'f main entrance of the post tried out suveral of his men lido of the office, which add very materially to 11. Iltinttt n Nicholasville nnd they all made good showing. The Fine Arts Quartette March m..rt..ut. The folllnwing lit the line for last .hot- Inst Thursday the handsome structure, not only as an ornament, but n a necessity as tth.. 1921. afternoon by Prof. T. 11, Threlkhcld, Friday? Cochran, Kugene; Cochran, Mr. Chester M. Sanford, Lecturer HMtzrlaw, wboo) for Xtoyt in S, D. ; Cox. Hamilton; well. of - April 20th., 1121. i llml citv. in a ouarrel nrlsintr over the Stapp; Sander; Swopc; Crutchfield; . rlno i. 11.. 1 memoer. 01 uiese Stagner; Anderson; of footmin .fckets, and tiled at Kavanaugh; Opiniont. croups immiiiuai of splendid ability as artist the Good Samaritan Hospital in Lex- Moore; Atdridgv and Klliott. Preconceived opinion pentUUintly mid are successful entertainers in ington yesterday morning, where he . The f H. S. (Jirl were partly the Insisted upon, huve been ban to liu their respective line. Therefore wo was taken immediately after the shoot cause of tho winning of this game by 'the cheers from the side line. man advancement. The preconceiv- can promise tneir audiences uveniug; t00 paC(., A good crowd will go over to Lin)enmaii' brother, William, gave of ionic held for many or genuine intere.t and enjoyment. ed opinion Season ticket may be secured from' ,,,, ver,i(m of ,hl. coln County and see our boya do the the earth had four centuries, that ,l00t.. ul the corners and that the un moved, prov certain cniiurcn 01 tne school or time and (aid It was the result of a Hustonville Kluveii up the same as ed to be a great error, yet It was from the superintendent on and after disagreement between himself nnd they did Nicholasville, Friday, . urcdlcted on very good authority Friday, October, 15th., 1920. Price I'roi. inrcihneiu over tne sine . 1170. football tickets to game to be played 'Meeting tyloses 1 OnigW. it seemed to them doubtless. by the school of which Threlkheld I Preconceived opinion condemned The protracted meeting which has principal to death a very eminent phlloopher been in session at the Baptist church Tho remain of Mr. Kugene Sutton for acrtlng that a feuther would, for the past two weeks closes tonight. fall to the earth n quickly at a but- - were brought to ljtncaster Monday Leave Us The meeting has increased with infrom Phoenix, Ariz., where he died let, If the nil- was excluded. terest each night Many Service. sermons have beenand some splendid These opinion In time were super- Inst Saturday of tuberculosis, after delivered by Rev, Mrs. Clarenre Wilder, who has been Compton during that time. seded by advanced thought. Both un lllne of several year. Mr. SutAbout tide of the questions should be care- ton was raised und was well known u faithful employee of the Record twenty-fiv- e addition have been added fully examined before pMd upon. in this city where he lived for many office for the past nine years, will to the church. Baptismal services The slf complacency of tome men years, before going to a Western together with Iter husband ,lruva for will be conducted at the Conn pond In the cocksurcncM of their position, state seeking to regain his falling Indianapolis this week where' they on the Richmond road next Sunday when uurrting tbelr oplalMU In af- health. He was a brother of Mr. will make their future home. During afternoon. fairs, both political and rellvieui, are J. R. Dlckerson, of thk city and the her service while in this office she wring If net paUetlc to a tkoufht-ful- l remain were Wrought to thk. home, )! made Many friend among patrons I WANTED : Industrious lady or of IM Mowd and they as .well as sstntleman agent wanted in Lancaster Kind mil fsmIu a weUlmt less where the funeral servieee were by Rev. C. D. Strother yester- ourselves wWl regrst that she Is to to handle Watklns products. Agents Umm rampant ptwrisaiem f I he must o'clock, In- leave Laaeaater permanently. May average 1 1 an hour. Write for free rlfld type, wheee BreconctkeU opln-le- u day afternoon at 2:3 place Immediate success attend them both In their calalosj today. rksV Savier of mankind te terment taking aMt new field of labor. J. H. Watklns Co., Memphis, Tenn. M. J. W. after In the Lancaster cemetery. hie death upon the crees. ( be long remembered by them. PotU. Tickets Fatal rt WOODS FARM Brings Over $300.00 An Acre. I he afraid to answer questions on Recognition of the Irish Republic? Christian Church Notes The new way of having the opening nnd closing exercises of the Sunday School conducted by tho different departments Is proving quite in t cresting. The Juniors were in charge last Sunday under the direction of Miss Mnrtha Ward Sweeney and Mrs. V. Mrs. J. B. Kinnaird, the A. Lear. Superintendent of the Junior Department, was unable to be present. Next Sunday Mrs. Henry Moore und the Intermediates will be in charge They will .have something interesting and all attendants are urged to be present on time by 0:15 If possible. . ,(, Preconceived 1 1 1 .t 1 ur.. n Sutton. After Years Through the astute acumen and energetic effort of Mr. R .(i. Wood of Paint Lick, who had the sale in eharge, the iplcndid farm of Mr. J. B, Woods was sold Tuesday to various party's at an average of $301(40 an acre. The farm contained over 300 acre and wa considered one of the best in the Paint Lick neighborhood. Of course it was in Garrard county und was said by many to have been one of the best conducted sale ever held in the county. The farm was well improved and was well worth the money, so knowing one tell u. The subject of next Sunday mornMr. Woods has recently purchased ing's sermon will be "The Autumn u handsome home In this city and Leaves." A look at the uutumn will move here about January 1st. leaves ought to be enteresting to nil and n consideration of the lesson Sells Good Cow. which they teach ought to be helpMr. James A. Beazley sold his prize ful to all . The evening subject will milk cow this morning to Mr. Sam bo "A Quadrennial Spatm: Our Prellaseldrn for 1350. This is said to sidential Election." Unless the Bap-tlrevival continues over Sunday be the best Jersey row in the county. 14 pounds of butter evening and it Is thought best to and makes about again with the evening services, A good price but a dandy u week. dis-pen- st cow. een-duct- Portland cement for sale. Hudson 4 Farnau. FOK SALE New Pedaltal Extension dining room table. Call this FislWmea Return. The party of fishermen who spent the week ou'the Cumberland have returned and report a dsHghtful trip. They haii fine sport and brought some "caws" home with them. The Central Record. Lancastei , Ky Thursday Oct 14, 1920 USE GREEN TOMATOES WRIGLEY5 TO MAKE MARMALADE Recipe Given Out by Department of Agriculture. Caramel Flavor Given by Inerratlng Hr at at Very Latt Hind of Lemon and Orange Give Somewhat Different effect. ' V TWO TAYLOR COUNTY FARMS Sabefore the war package 1 i daring the war and 5 a package NOW The Flavor Lasts So Does the Price! fund nl l In- - pt tiiiimtix, In nude ttlih-- . I In- - follow Ini: recipe for marmalade. iMvcn nut .y tin.' depart niint nf ncnculture--. wilt be widmmi Green Tomato Marmalade. . ..iin.. trrn tnmUHr I't i t of prup inhnlf lemnn nml t Mnn, nt onr I. iter up dllicr. J !mn (Io.ihimhI Wnh nml trim tomatoc, rut i medium ttttrk. ('nt Iciiion nml nnwee Intn wry thin Mire, (lu wvftil tn pick nut nil Add ni nml ticiir. A mimII nitinunt nf -- Ji 't (one li:htli In leu 'l"Hnfnl) l often cniihlerd mltnnasciu; here. n nlivny. It render e ii't tatr nf mirnr leu Hnjlni: I' line rnHK peel for few iiiinIn "itltoil xvniiT prctenN P antetilni: later, when cuokcd In lrp Mini lnly, Mlrrluc until we'l mixed Hun Muuiicr ci'iitly until I'm 'itiuitnc n r i' mft iiihI thi marmalade ' I ,i the iiiiltrticy nf thick, heay Till will require three to four i am )n'ur. Then should In nlmiit one pint nf mnnnnladc. t If n caramel Katur I liked, tin bent may ln xlk'htly Increased nt tin' ery lnt that lit Inm darken nt i tic Imtimn next i ln kettle; hut grtitt are mut he taken nut tn mcrdn llil effect n tin Jam I eitlly worehed. mimeuhat different effect urn) tin- - rlml nf Iiv rhnpplin: !i"itKii nml rnnce. At the end nf the tin-- ' hit nf Inns: riMiklliS chopped rlml eem much like clmppeii ii n- i nMMt jnvt-. Im-mnno-fnurt- 'l tlinvn wliii ilni.r nf f ISiMIe llMllh 8rvle) AT AUCTION Wednesday and Thursday October 20th R. H. RUSSELL and 21st AND SONS. AND D. P. SAWDERS -- of 270 acres will be subdivided and sold WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 20th, at 10 o'clock, in Located on Robo tracts- - 100 acres- - 40 acres-- -- 130 acres. inson's Creek pike, 2 miles south of Campbellsville. THE RUSSELL FARM NO. out-buildings.. 1 100 acres, with 7 room dwelling, barn and other This is known as the Fawcett farm. NO. 2 40 acres. 3 room house and small barn. pnc. IIHt. nuiee Hmnr In tn"frr doe n lHt Indefinitely, npnrt fmm the lane of tin rlml. iihiIiiiIi" I or week WATCH hct nlil. t'ntiMipiHilly tlil iiwtr when mily ii few iln) LABELS ON BOTTLES Be Kept Under De Peitont Should and Key Hr Lock Antidote Ueed. to i McROBERTS DRUGSTORE has all the new COLUMBIA RjECORDS Come in and hear them. Lett Nothfno Worth WIh-i- i H rr I Hit Cieute Jnck knn n- - hum niirhlernii little innihcr boy In the nelchlmrhnnd bail the liohll of iitiviv trvln: tn fx cuic tits prnnk. tm- - ilny ln irol Into tmuhlc atinut tutnif rlric with a uatvr faurrt In thr ynnl of the itonnti next door. "Why illil you tin It J" hn RRktiL "Oh, I'm too ynunc to know ny tet her. tcr," tho I ttt hoy J Stealing. r linikf ilnwn lit pnrt VitTl utrlpp"! I' luklnB nil tin , iariK. It I.. 'In- - ini'iiilwr nf th nilliHl it tu t'lif shit. nml thrn rnc. nuvij to u en ntnylnc wlu-II until tin siirncu man t tiny "IkI towwl tfl tin p:irt hup. tin rnr in h' lliu wlio-l- Tlil. innurod the m-x- ri't re-(- It I'nllnt XUItt I'uHIo llrallh ferric.) Aivlilrntiil poltniilni; may tH pn- i'iilitl In n very crrat extent hy tiexer lntlns or liikln; niiythlm: Into the niuutli which In not plsliily tn put nil imlunn. It M nlo ery ulieii they miiit l kept tin huml. In it oafe pluei nml iimler Inrk nml key Smhhti ami lknei .hortly nfler entlii:. ilrlnklns or tuCIni: imili-eiii- i in n who hii been In hen I th, Is often n .yinptnui of ihiIhui 'ns. hn lme If n number of peron nerluicly enlen (he iime food III ufter il im'iil. It I iilimxt cerlnlli that they nr miITitIiil' from plnii-Inir- . prohnhly fmm that form nf whleli l line tn decayed, fermeiite nr rotten food, nml which N Hmh tertneil "ptumnliie poUotilnc." iiecldenti xhnuld iiwa) b reimrtcd ,ii the department of health for careful Invettleatlnn. Send for n doctor ut once. Direct the meieni:er tn tell the doctor that the HrMin hut been xlwmil nml Kixe tin name nf the uiectcl poUmi If mlhlc. o that the doctor limy brine the irnN'r untldnte. I hi not wait for the doclnr to urrhe hut cite an emetic tn aid In rldilllls: the body nf the unnli'iirhiil xiluu. Warm wnler, muManl and water, alt wnter. Ieeac or other common emetic may be employed, or the piitlent' thrnnt may be tickled tn prnducc omlthii.'. I'i not witMe. time In lookof nu emetic luc up the proper ! and reent If cnfiie omltliii; ihH'i not remit t. ImIh-Ni- ) li , i pol NO. 3 130 acres, (j room house, stock barn and other outbuildings. These 3 tracts 9f 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 "sell". No strings to it some one will own it as, our contract calls for d or limit. Look this an absolute sale without reserve, , over before sale day. If you want to buy iwo tracts together or all of it remember we sell the way the buyers want it. by-bi- Miller and Gabbert. local representatives on Russell sale. . i' jmiIi-nulll- THE D. P. SANDERS AND SONS FARM ACRES WILL BE SOLD THURSDAY, OF 281 - , OCTOBER 2Ut I 281 acres subdivided and sold in 4 tracts 144 acres 71 acres- - -- (10 acres G acres. Three miles N. V. Campbellsville, near Salem Church, 1 mile good school, la'ncl faces on three good roads also Railroad. S acres corn, 5 acres tobacco, 30 acres wheat stubble, 10 acres oat stubble, IS acres meadow, balance in grass. NO. 1144 acres with (5 room dwelling, halls and porches, stock barn 48x60, tobacco barn 40x60. m nfif VuJi Tirf ftfirif ri rif 'rtKr rf f firilT Vifif SALT PESKY FLEAS TO DEATH It is not so much how Petit Usually Get Into Houit Through Battmcnt or Other Placet Where Oogt Sleep. whh nil Ilea may NO. 2 71 acres with new 6 room house, barn 20x36. j 1 tenant house, ' "OTHERS make their year for I.nt year umisuully bad llcim about liouxe. The time acres with NO. 20x36, crib and granary. NO. 4 6 out-buildings 360 6 room house, new, and new barn ns it is how does it meet the approval of the most critical consumer. WHITE SWAN, meeting the test and denes a superior. We are in the market at all times for wheat, rye, oats, corn, and barley. We will sell you ours or buy is ' hand when, though tin not be heard In flckllni: wilt be felt In the the dimple preventive U nppllel. rieii umially Bet Into the or mime hoile from (lie plnre where doci or other ntilmal have leit. Make n thorough cleiiti-up- . Then sprinkle the lliHir well with Milt mid wet It ilnwn not wet emiuch tn viium It to run. It may bo tierei-caror thjn treatment t to reM-n- t three lime) nt Interval of about three ilayn. Ii ucaln nt voice of thu the land. hU llenh lliil"i luim-lili't- acres with 5 room house, front and back porch. on each tract. You can buy .All necessary just as many tracts as you want. The flops on the IluwieU farm and .the Sandere farm nhow what this land will produce. All we ask is for you to look over the farms Come to the Sales. This will he your opportunity. We Kuarnntee a fair deal no Kasy Terms ami possession January 1st. Now . tho time tovbuy land. Own your own home. This land is level and Kctttly rolliliK hiithly productive some timber well watered. For further particulars see the owners of the farms, my representative at Merchants Hotel, Cumpbellsville or et In touch with my HKAL KSTATK at Danville or Lancaster. hy-bid- s. x:::o:::x:: HOUSEHOLD (.'old rnaot ixirk make I NOTES u nice miK-- xoxxmc:ix::::o: thicken mlml. Fine while ktocklnt,' wntli clotlm. Cumiid nr fretli bluckberrles a ilellclout khortcuke. I i HKAD-QUARTKK- S yours. Flour, meal, mill feed and hay for sale or trade. make exci'lleiil make Lancaster Flour Mills. Incorporated Chicu khouhl iimit be lightly corned Ulth or Jur. udd a placed In a THE REAL ESTATE MAN SWINEBROAD SALES MANAGER. LANCASTER, KY. It your cuke froMlug becoiuea tufary teaioonful of vluetur to If. The Central Record, Lancastei , Ky.. Thursday Oct 4, 920 1 1 POOR RIDGE. LADIES A READ! i Mu. Amanda Clouae nnil daughter pcnt Sumlny with Mr. Leni Tronic. Mr. nml. Mr. Dim Hay were recent visitor of Mr. nun Mr. Lewi Simp- on Kill That Cold With CASCARA run We have .just received some splendid values for fall wear. NICE NEW LINE OF Mi. Agnes Slmpon spent Moniluy ntht with her ltcr, Mr. Edd Mob- rle Mi nnil Mr. John .V. Shearer were guest of Mr. nnil Mr. Hell Whit-nke- r, Sumlny. Mr Jnmc Mntlhew nnil children of .Mr. nnil Mr. Hill wele the Matthew, Sunday Mr niul Mr. Litre Ilolton were the guru iif Mr. nnd Mr. Newt (Irow one ilay last week. . QUININE OMV AND Colds, Coughs L Gr'Me Ih gut Tk NeRlccted Colds are Dangerous no chtrxe. Kf'jMhl ..j.ijurj unit Jy handy jf Hrrtk u i ' t)rt Cir(pp.i in Oulnin t.'sistivs In this form No Opiatf in li III i "Id I" J lirir day - KxceiUm ( ir HeaUisr-- i t afTfcl tli hnJ Ciicara it - tlivrs sn. Tonic . bit Fleishers Knitting Worsted ALL for Mini llnzel nml Mictrr Elvin Irc-to- n were guest (if Mls Hnllle II. Duncan Thursdny night. Mr. ami Mr. Herbert Whittnker. of Buckeye perit Sunday with Mr. ALL DRUGGISTS SELL BUCKEYE f.Vewt (i row IT mil Mr. Itobrrt Curler. Mlr- Mil Spenke nnil Jessie II. Itny were the guest of Mr. Jnmc - COLORS. TRAVELING BAGS TRUNKS. Up-to-da- te SUIT CASES AND line of mens and boys sweaters. Comforts and Blankets At attractive prices. you. A call will convince Matthew, Wednesday night. Mm liin Speake spent tin- week-m- l with her parents, Mr. nml Mr. Sam Speake it t Ml Hebron. Mr niul Mri. Mike Simpson arc proud Hirent fit n bnby u'rl. The I'ttle Mis has been christened llmel. Mr J. I), linker nml MIm Cladys Snyder nttemleil services nt lluckeye Suni!.i ami were iliiuier guest of Mr nml Mr. Everett (Irow. Mrs Ike Dunrnn nml bnby anil Mu A rl lirh Matthew spent one day ircrtuly with Mr. nml Mr. I' ('.. I'r.Mtoii nnil fumily nt Lancaster. Mr. Len Cobb nml duughtrr. Mat tie Ituelah nml Mr. Lewi Simpon mid daughter. Agnes spent Sumlny with Mr. Siln Mntthew and family. .Mr. and Mr. Lige llolton nnil Mr. 4n ' Mr. Ilobert (Srow entertained Mr. nml Mrs. ie following Sunday: K.iilic linker, Mr. and Mm. Preston frvder nnd Mrs. Leonard Pollard. A delightful ib) un (pent. - THE A. T. Big Store Scott & WOLF, TRAIL. Mr. Elbert Tenter i nlde to be ut ngain. Mr. .ml Mr. Martin Davi enter-- I tnincd a number of relative. Sunday. Mr nnd Mr. Klijah McMilllnn ami t Mr. Crotuhom nml son, of Murk-bur- y MIm Nettle Hay vidted Mr. mil spent Friday with Mr. nnd Mr. Mrs. O. It. Dogie in Nirliolnvllle lat John Vnter. vreek. Mr. and Mr. C. It. Nay lor were visited I the guest Sunday of Mr. and Mr. IVof. nnd Mr. Crnnficld mar Uiwrenrcburg Saturday nnd Newt Crow. Sumlny. Little Kntherine nml Jenevn Mi Linda Locker left Thumdny nre visiting their for a visit to friend in Lexington nnd Mr. and Mr. Jiime-- Foster. . Louirville. Mr. Stanly Foster, Master Jessie Mr. and Mr. A. C. Mile attended Simpson a ml Henry Crimes attended the funeral of Mr. I'eter Kernnn in he pie supper at White Oak Friday Nlchnhnville Frlduy. night. I Mr Mr. Hira.u Hay. Mr. .Mr. Toir I'allard came home Thurs-- i S'oru Tenter ami (Jeorge Hay were day from Harlan Co., where he has in Slnnfi.nl firt of the week. ibeen vliting Mr. nnd Mr. Alex Mr. A .(". .Jilc led te prayer meet-n- g Creech. Wednesday evening. MU Myrtle Itay entertained n Miss Vergeliu Dnvn will lead this Wednesday. .few of her friends Saturday evening Mr. nnd Mrs. L F. Ilrown and in honor of Miss Mnndie Carpenter, duuk'hter, Mis Lorn were guest ofj of Stnnford. Mrs .Hufonl West in Hichmoml Miss Dora Lee Huffman was the pleasant guet Saturday of Mrs. W. Mr. and Mr. Herbert Whittnker M. Scott and attended the pie supper visited relatives in N'icholnsville Wed- nt Antlocn school house. nesday and in Madison county Thur-ihiMis Ossic Crimes was the pleasant Ellen ( uet Saturday night of Mi Hev. Strolhrr of Umcaster will be- Carrier and attended the pie supper gin a series of meetings here Sun- nt Antioch School House. day evening, Oct. 17th. Everybody Ml Vergelin Hay was the pleasant i cordially invited. guest Friday night of Miss Mnndie Mr. nnd Mrs. It. W. Sanders, Mrs. Cnrpenter of Stnnfrod and attended Nora Teater ,.MIe Ethel Hay, Sal-li- e the pic supper at White Oak. Lou Teater nml Myrtle Davi Mrs. 0. It. Naylor and Mrs. Nanspent Thursilny in Danville. nie Itay ami daughter spent the day i J Hay-1'U- tti grand-parent. JUDSON. Miss Heccia Montey was the plea, nnd guest Friday of Miss llernie Hay, Son, Props. Master llolmnr Sunday. ' .1. viiteil relatives. week-,en- IIII! MRS IDA OF CHICAGO, AT TWO HJUUU1W GIBSON ILLINOIS, ON 1 d Abe Hurton pent the Ml Little France Yater i improving of with her mother, Mr. rapidly, her tittle friends are glad to County. I Maditon know. Ciuey were Mr. and Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Jesie spent 'vuet Saturday night of Mr. nnd Wednesday with Mr. and Casey James Mrs. Mrs, J K. Spark. Hicks. .Mr. nnd Mr. Mom Hay nml chll Mr. Luther Smith bought a fine Mr. jren ipent the dny Sunday with cow from Mr. W. U Adams, price and Mr. Sim Hay. $100. Mr. nml Mrs. Joe Itny, Mr. nml Mr. Mr. ami Mrs. J. 1). Hay spent the Cotton motored to Lexington iCnrl dny, Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. James Monday for the day. Jee Snturdny at the grave yard at Liberty Church. There were several other fiiends including Mrs. Sim Ilay ami .on M.r. and Mrs. Ira Itay of Danville, Mr. nnd Mr. Aron Hay and family. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Dailey nml son. A bountiful dinner was delightfully spread under n beautiful tree nt the church. last BY number from here were in Un- aster, Saturday afternoon to hear Mr. South and Mr. Swope penk. Mr. Ilarvc Tenter nnd Misses Her-"ic- e and lleie Teater were visitors jf Mr. Hugh Moberley Thursday. .Mr. nnd Mr. Carl Moberley and I'ttle daughter pent the day Sunday with Mr. and Mr. V. T. Moberley. Mr. Mnrc Murphy I over front Madison to pcnd a week with Me- -' dame Kobert Sower and John Dai-Ic- y Foster. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Illack spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Toml'ol !ard. Mr. and Mrs .11. M. Lane Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Simpson. MeROBERTS DRUG STORE. ' Yes, little William, when you reach spent t.ie point where you "know It all" Hugh you will still have much to learn from the fool. John Dyehouse were If Tom Ediion ever succeeds in I'ueits Sunday of Mr. nnd Mrs. I perfecting a machine upon which he W. Smith. is now working we will soon be able Mr. anil Mrs. James Thomas sncnt to converse with the dead. Dut if I a few days recently with Mr. and Mrs. such a thing becomes possible won't Sim Clark. we hear a roar from our depurted Mr. ami Mrs. Itobert Simpson friends now sondjournlng in the . Mli-Wllbcrt Dailey and Mniter Lill&rd Dniley were guest? were Sumlny gueits of Mr. nnd Mrs. lower regions? Harrison Sunday i.fternouii of Mr. W. T. Mob-- i Mr. mid Mrs. Saturday, October 16th O'CLOCK AT THE rley. Mime Annie Atkin nnd Thelmu Simpson and Mr. Tom Price were the guests of Misses Hay anil llert Dniley, Tuesday night. Mr nnd Mr. Wilhcrt Dailey had us lit ir guests last week Messrs Jese Jeii and Jasper Sebastian, Walter Hardin nml Miss Minnie I 'rat her. Mr. Fran); Hay, Mis Montic d Itny Court House In Lancaster, Ky. IDA McGLONE GIBSON IS WELL KNOWN AS ONE OF THE LEADING WRITERS AND POPULAR LECTURERS OF THIS COUNTRY. AS A POLITICAL SPEAKER SHE RANKS AS ONE OF THE BEST IN THE UNITED STATES. THE WOMEN OF GARRARD COUNTY SHOULD NOT FAIL TO HEAR ONE OF THE BEST SPEAKERS OF THEIR SEX. HEAR MRS. GIBSON SATURDAY and little brother f pent the week-enwith Mr. and Mrs. Allen Tenter and Mr and Mrs. Homer Itny. Mr. and Mr. Powell Dailey, Meri Karl and Clillnn Dailey nnd Mi llert Dailey attended the scries of meet J ing at Lancaster Saturday night. Mr. nnd Mr. Kobert Sower enter-IniueSunday, Mr. Mnrse Murphy, Mr John M. Murphy, Mr. ami Mrs. John Dailey and children, Mr and Mrsi Irvin Simpson, Mr. nml Mr Huntcri ; Davi. , THE UNIVERSAL CAR Out of the more than 3,000,000 Ford cars now in use, nliout sixty percent have been solil to fanners. Probably no other one thing has brought to the farm so much of comfort anil profit as has the Korcl car. It has enlarged tie social life, doubled the facilities for marketing, brought the town next door to the farm, multiplied for the farmer the pleasures ofltving. A family car without an equal in low co of operation and maintenance. We solicit your order for one now kcauj: the demand i large and continually incrcasin;. (Jov. Edwin I M.onow, Congress, man Chas. F. Ugden ami other Re- AFTERNOON. D. C. SANDERS, CHAIRMAN CAMPAIGN COMMITTEE. GEORGIA DUNN, CHAIRMAN WOMAN'S COMMITTEE. publican ipeakvrs In Kentucky ure stooping to falsehoods in ditcutiing the League of Nation. They assert that under its covenant American boys can be sent abroad to tight a't the direction of the League Council. In making these assertions they go exactly counter to the interpretations of the League Covenant made by Win Wiikvrthnu, Howard Taft. F.llhu Root and other prominent He publicans, who maintain that American Interests are amply safeguarded under the League as at preterit Haselden Bros Garage. not mteroiU'il tit any car except Ford urn. iiHx hHW The Central Record. Lancastut Sarah, CITY PROP I.Wwland, fl.f.O, ll.flO, lOlrt, ERTY SALE! Charles, $3.75, I . Ky., Thursday Oct 1 4, 920 I For Delinquent Hy taxes. Myers, Jesse, Mtl, 13. 1017, $3.00, MS. $1.50, MO $1.80, ID $1.80. MS M7, 1014, $.1.75, 1015, Owen 1017, $.1.75, $.1.75, 1018. $.1.75, 1010, $fl.fi2. Overstrect Hob. 1018. II 80, lOlrt, Think What You Owe 'The Telephone Girl." from everyAnd litcn t voices where She hear all the goulpi she brum all e The Telephone (Slrl sits In her chair U)0 ,,Jt7i l50 llMR ..,ri jojt, JI.SJ, lull, $J SI 101t, $ J ti, 1017, 1315, 0, the following real estate for taxes due $2.S2, 10 IP, $.1.3s', the City of Lancaster. The names of thoie paying before that time will be! Robinson, Llgc, lOltl. $.1 75, 1017, $2.03, 1018, $3, 1010, $1.50. stricken from the liti. IIKHKON, M. C. of L. IMce. Nannie, 1017, $1.88. L. K. lllce, George 1018, Stl.Sd. '10, $5.25. Whii. Sneed, .Milton, 1018. $4.12 Arnold, Kella, lot, Hal. M5, $7.15. I William, Janus, 1014. $3.10. 1015. $1.50, lOlrt, $1.50, 1017, $4 50, Brewn. K V. 1 lot 1017. $8.25 1018, $4.50. 1010. $5.70 Hlue Grns D'ry Jfc Ice Co. 1010, $33. Blue Gran Kicc Light Co. 1010 $(1.45 Yantls, Louis, Hrs, 1910. $4 SO. 1017. ICOO Cox. Owsley. I lot u wri" nportnnt letter ni.hon. O. M. lot 1017. $1.88 ni.hnn. T K. ! lot. 1918. J15.00. ,"'! 'lo not net a reply within n 1017, reaonab!e length of time, do not be Krnncis. Itella lOlrt. $12.45. $11,431 too hasty in charging the delay up $11,153, 1018. $12.11. 1019. to your correspondent. He anil you Grimes. Jim, 1913, $3.00. may both be the victims of n 1 rippled T. M. 1 lot 1913, $4.88, Howard. postal service. Same 1 lot, 101(5. $7.50 A Chicago concern recently ship-pe- d Haseldcn and Herndon 1918 $5.25. a car load of freight to iU ware1919. $5.25, Logan. Mr. J. M. 1915. $11.25, 191(5. house in Detroit. At the tame time a letter of instructions wm sent to the $11.25. s postage unSame. 3 lot. 1915, $4.97. 19115, $4.83 warehouse by 1917, $4.88 1018, $4.88, M9 $15.37 der special delivery stamp. The Locan, 11. T. 1 lot 1915. $4.82. 1018, freight arrived first. Postal employees are quitting their $3.00 Mm. W. M. 1 lot 1913, $0.00, Jobs because congress U too "econom- Mahan. a living wage luu. sr... 1U1S frt. 101(5. 10.00 'cal"to pay them about the best we Inefficiency is 1017, $2.25. trom ihe rrv,ct' u'"ler P Mount. J.' n" and wife 1 lot. lOltl,," jjuch conditions. Smith'Mrs. K. W. n.r 1 lot 1915,' The wonder I. that it Is rot worse $10.50. 1010. $10.50. 1917, $10.50, PAINT LICK SCHOOL NOTES. 1918, $10.50. 1 lot 1010. $21.00 ... , Trumbo J. A. ..... Vanhook. O. H. 1 lot 1913. $5.25, of new shoes. 1014, $1.50, 1017, $0.75, 1018, Higgins visited the' Mis. Jennie $7.50. 1010. $1.50. $11.25, school last week. Woman Club. 1 lot 191a, .Mr. A. H. Kstridge Is said to be 1019. $11.25. Walker, Alexander, 2 1, 1919 $5(5.25 suffering from Internal Revenue Miss Mary Mae Walker is assisting Wornl. Mrs. Susan 1 lot 1919. $U.25 ' Mr- - Long with the high school work until the principal comes, ArtMld. Lucy..: lot. 11' Id. $1.50. Ml Jewell Wallace, the only regular $1.50. M5. $1.30, M0. $1.50, M7 $1.50 I ub on the foot ball squad, says he 1018. $1.50. btliuves that dead snakes do not Adams, Jane, 1 lot, 1911, $1.(55, crawL Anderson. Frankic lot 19.1 1, $3.37. I We are sorry to relate thut Mr. 1018, $3.37. hve.l. while s.ttmg by his 1 lot. 191(5, $1.13. M7.I Mien. George jsirl, had the misfortune to get. his $1.13, 1918. $2.02. Anderson. Gran 1 lot. 1917, $3.. M8!arm out of P,art'- It is'rumored that 11 young merch $1.50, 1019, $1.50. ant in Paint Lick has promised Peg Alcorn, Minerva, 1919, $3.00 . Bontright. Arch. 1 lot. 1015, $2.02. Underwood a box of candy each week 1010, $2.03, 1017. $2.03, 1918. until Nov. 2ml., if she will vote the Democratic ticket. $2.02. 1910. $3.38. Bland. Hill, 1 lot. 1915. $2.02, 1910, $2.(53, 1917. $2.03, 1918, $2.02, ZMh. 1920, jaVf (;wirKC, , 1 O'CLOCK, on OCTOBER MONDAY, f order of the t ity Council at ivtlnnl. Charley. I0l;l, $.I.7V 1014. n, iw-- u, regular meeting, ucioncr $3.75, 10H. :i.7.V In j VMmcr' I will cll at the court hou.c door MM( $ ,. : Lancaster. Ky., beginning nt Pollard. George. lOlrt. $175. I0I7. nr ""'I mx $3.75. She knows whn M Imppy, and wh fern the Murv all smr orrrtw, she knw .Sfcv kn.i irll . ur ojr ery Jrlrl who a rhu. Su n w ing 'he hoy She know nil Mr trtttlhlr, she km, all our strtf Sir knuw every HNtn who is iiuwii t ' n wife. ttme wr are Kit .She knows evnry with the fettftw Mie hear tins AWniiea rash rmplays. She knows evry woman who ha , dark I Mist " She knows ed to be faK i fa. t there's . erf sJMn who U tncMn ret 'nratli mafc utl. I II -- THE NATIONALLY FAMOUS WATER GLASS TEST Of that quttt deawmc lonMng "TV) phone Old " If the Telephone CM wuhl t,H a he knows It ,i.uM turn half stir friends nt .She first-clas- Come and see this amazing exhibition. Being held in thousands of towns and cities by Silent Alamo dealers during National Farm Light & Power Week. We are celebrating this great event in this vicinity. We are showing why the Silent Alamo is the most highly perfected plant ever built. We are' proving it in our big liittrrr.t .tart .1 fo. sNmll pule im wins! tlmt weuM ami Umi u n he And m rtigulf jail. it trauble S. S houM let j .ng in fHet uull rauaa Inslf stwry (wW tMir gain wlvns U Hie fat liMrre .. w,.ul.l I Public Demonstration Of The Famous up in mgt.t Li tri Affkt all Ae . tiurhes tn4ii turn all Mr fait. hr ta - wmsU keep all the worW ktf bite orrotoip , I I SiUnt ALAMO FARM ELECTRIC POWER AND LIGHT PLANT Kv?ry farm homo should have clcitni power and lljrht. Why put it oil".' See the Silent Alamo during' this special occasion. So perfectly designed that it tew ir told a ttajtfi ait of the thNV he n V. head sn i.en't it w'i rl ..u think wtet r smi "TV If fur Tflrphonr 0,H." M ' arrtit. fCalii I 1 nr to )SM'tl Hl, t Wrt ri,..l Nr The) Vt l.strn to MUgiltVte. ' prm u ir j 1 '" operates continuously without heiiiKI anchored to a special foundation. Ab solutely free from iluiuous Viliration as proved by the water ir!ns.s test, iluilt to j;ive positive, efficient, dependable, economical liicht and power sen ice. See it hotit T.. U .SI ntutrun Hm I rltttr trirls. Mr it Wl! I sstu.t think tirlHlfc IslM't! iar,r .r Urn t iry nuths wrg aSt WVtaJrm Wtne I ki 1 ni OCTOBER 2nd to No other lighting plant has ever duplicated the water glass test. Kxpert have traveled mativ miles to Kn-gine- lo not know hi I st oven how it I ikw'l! iil.ln't think is done. wave muott fun. OCTOBER 9th. ftWt ' A Bachelor's J!i k Prayer. O ivisi, a.jn. Required by tha Act of Con, Benzley. Andy, lot, 1910, $3.38. M7 $3.38, 1918, $4.12, 1919, $4.13. Krets of August 24, 1912. Burnam, Louis, 1 lot, M0, $0, M7, $0. Of the Central Record, published lot 1919, $2.03. Burnside. Huck. weekly at Lancaster, Ky., for April. Burdette. Mag, 1 lot. 1919, $0.00. 1920. 1 lot, 1919, Burnside. Mary, $3.00. State of Kentucky, Beazley. M, 1 lot 1019, $2.03. I County of Garrard, Burdette Lela, 1 lot. 1919, $1.13, Before me, a Notary Public in and Crawford. Silas, 1 lot. M8, $2.25. M9 for the state and county aforesaid, $1.50. personally appeared R. L. Klkin, who, Cook, Willis Hrs, 1 lot 1919, $1.50. having been duly sworn according to Doty, Krnest, 1013, $3.20, M4. $3.10, laWt ,epoM;i nm lay that he is the IB, iv, 5.25. publisher of the Central Record, and ikiu. Doty, Harrison, nr. M3, $1.70, 1018,1 that the following Is, to the best of I his knowledge and belief, 11 true Doty, Jerry, n. r., 1914, $1.01. (statement of the ownership, Wm, 1914, $3.19, M0, $4.50, ngement (and if a daily paper the 'circulation), etc., of the aforesaid Denton. Klixa, 191 1, $1.87. Dunn, Nurcis I lot. M0. $1.88, M 7, publication for the dute shown In the $1.88, 1918, $3.02. above caption, required by the Act Dunn Al, Hrs, 1917, $3.75. 18. $3.75, 'of August 24th., 1912, embodied In Evans, Tom, 1918. $4.50. 1919 $0.00 section 443, Postal Laws and Regu- Mulkner, Louis. 1913, $5.25, 1914, latlons, printed on the reverse of $0.00 17, $5.80. 18, $3, 19 $7.50 this form, to wit. 1. That the names and addresses Floyd, John. 1914. $3.37. Floyd, Jack. 1914. $3. M5, $3. M7, $3, of the publisher, editor, manuging M7, $3, M8 $3, 1919, $3.00. editor, and business managers are: Publisher, K .L. Klkln, Lancaster, Floyd, Ruts and Belle, 1013, $3, M4, Kentucky. $3. 1910, $3.00 Editor, J. E. Rubimou, Lancaster. Faulkner, Frank n. r I lot, 1913, $1.50, Ml. $1.50. M5, $3. MO, $3, Kentucky. Manging Editor, R. - Elkin, Lan M7. $3. MK $1.50. 1019. $4.50. caster, Kentucky. Grunt, Mattie, 1913, $1.50. Harmon, Wm, i913, 4.50. Business Manager, R. - Elkin, Uincattcr, Kentucky. Harlan Anderson, 1013, $3.50. Herring Harriett, 1914, $3.00 2. That the owner arc! (Give Harris, W. II. M0, $3.13, M7, 4.88, M8 names und uddresses of individual owners, or, If a corporation, give its $5.02, 1910, $8.25. name and thu names and uddresses Hood Alfred, 1910, $3.75. Hemphill, Anna 1910, $1.88. of stockholders owning or holding 1 Harris, .Mate 1018, $4.50 1910, $4.50 pr cent or more of thu total amount Huffman. Harry, M8 $3.75, M9, $3.75 of stock.) Hood, Susan, 1918, $2.00. J. E. Robinson, Lancaster, Ky. 3. That the known bondholders, Hiatt, Kdle, 1919, $1.31, mortgages', and other security hold Harlan Howard 1910, $3.00 Johnson, Surah 1919, $0.00 . vrt owning or holding 1 per cent or amount uf bonds, more of total Johnson, William 1019, $19.12, Kennedy. Jane, M7, $1.88, M8I1.67, mortgages, or other securities are: 1919, $3.00. (If there are none, 10 state.) None. KaulTman Muttle M7, $1.32, M8 $1.31 R. L. Elkin. Miller, UeiIe, 1913, $2.03, M4, $2.03 Sworn to und subscribed before 1918, $4.50. .Muylleld, Andy, M0, $3.19, M5, $2,03 me this 8th. day of July, 1020, W. O, Rfgney, Notary Public, Lancas1918, $3.37, 1919 $3.38. MaytUdd Jerry, 10, $2.82, M7, $2.03, ter, Kentucky. My commission expires Fby. 1st., 1922. 1018, $3.00, 1919, $3.00. 1 I 1 I j man-Dento- n. II! 1919, $2.03. Brown wm., 1 lot. is. $3., mo. $2.03. '1 I, J., IB. I, IV, iJ.lil. Ball. Emanuel, 1 lot. 10, $.1. M7. $3,, STATEMENT 0f the Ownership, Man agGIIIGnt. CU'CUlatioll iew it. ' ift 1. v.- - 'i't . ' kwanl, time bt your k4rfc ut a "ii..ten wttb uic, ti..ti, Becker & Ballard Bryantsville, Kentucky. they If fashionable debauchery Mould only blow themselves along No, sister, the ricky road to ma-- , with their money th" rest of us would he has plenty feel i'nn'r and 'ess c ntuiiunntrd riinony i not rocky---!- f Siy tUeir aluence. of "rocks." MotorisU are playing in hard luck. There's a very charming lady in They are forced to pay exorbitant this community who once, when prices for ga, and get no rebate for illghtly peeved, declared 'hat there the stink. is never anything 111 'his sheet worth reading. Some .if hee days we are Our latent operatic stars are toll going to run a nice, genteel, compliYou can't twinkling success. whether they are singing or having mentary notice about herself. And then but it's woman's prerogative a lit of hysterics. to change her mi'id without notice. One of our excellent citiien is The public doen'' seem to be able sorely puzzled thee day. He wants to work up any tearful sympathy fur to scare up lautth und has forgotten the gamblers who got itung in the how to go about it. scandal, but at the same huseball Washington dispatches tell us that time it would like to see crooked the coal situation is becoming serl-- ! players placvd where they belong-be- hind straight bars. The national ous. Our own eummouense tells us that the lack of coal is becoming game is in fair way to be regarded more than serious it will soon be u' with suspicion by every honest per son. frevting calamity. ight nt Runy (tri or few. re not hte krwt. pf-k- rxpnmi hf nttilh !. i.nf j u a mattiMs, no matter what age w. i't M9 Uh sirsxst a wnude- - Cracks at Creation. 1 I BETTER DEAD ; ' Mll ( tajv. fr ie lis a Ctrl rMl sdnrply In ew; Press hr m skitU thttt the ton won't hint throuk-n- . f days long Then give ui tnti skimcm 11 Life It a burden when the body With phtnty of eratnns and steps not is racked with pain. Everything high; worries and the victim become Ou.t turke tntt caper and butter- despondent at d downhearted. To mild gllV; brinR buck thu sunihine take And hurd)-Btwist ami the wiggle tail slide. GOLD MEDAL Then let u. fvatl axir Ured uptk once autre On the gvnuine woman at of yore Yes, time, plntu turn backward gone by; 11 lawk far Is The national trmrdy of Holla-- d Inr ovt 200 )rats, it Is ait rnrtny oi a!) pains is- grant nir suiting (toni kiunty, 'ivsr and in. acid For dod's tieht out Irs. At) drttgf hts, thr.e H.. ; 1 r.ut atl aa4 a.rna f M.M at.ipl M.! aa m tmilaliaa bluasing but lMt avarr ka one umlressml. I Wyoming Mountaineer) , We hope, however, automobiles' will not become so cheap no one will want to buy them. ' tht advent of 'itfriige the henpecked huslnnd should lire tl : nrofound sigh of relief. Weit.in will be too busy set'ling tne intiMd- probluirs of state to wi.tc time on the minor alfairs of life. We had screwed our courage up to the point of buying a Lizzie, when Henry queered the game by reducing the price before we could turn the trick. Hut now, ruther than be culled u cheap one, we'll have to fall hack on a I'uckard. Darn Henry! With When an irate citizen gets on his Hang onto your nickels, fellows. high hore anil orders his paper stopPrices are sliding down, and there) ped he tuihrs right over und.borrow Ids neighbor's copy to see what we may come u time when they will be have to say about it. They just can't of use in making small change For Up-To-Da- te get along without u little editorial sunshine, even when they' r' reveling in virtuous clouds of disapproval of the enormities of the meek ami gentle editor. All of which Is some complimentary to ye ml, hut ruther rough on the neighbor. . A Again w'p are facing a crisis in our national history. If this baseball scandal is not settled by November we fear no one will (lave enough in toreit left in tile election to vote Some at times exhibit iiucentt syniptons of being alnio.t human, t She of I'nglaud and the ladies of her! court are said to be buying second' hand gowns in order to make war on the prevailing high prices in London. Plumbing, Heating, Guttering, Roofing, reader wants to know the dif- n politician and a was when most any kind of ference between Time Well, we don't exactly .statesman. a forefjin nobleman could pick up I know, but we imagine that the pres an American heiress merely by indiwillingness to accept her ent day politician is a deicemlunt of cating his along with her "doeirh." Now how- the old time stutesmuti, now extinct. We might go a little further and ever, handsome chnulfeur are much elucidate a little more clearly, and more popular than ordinary dukes, statu that the slimy green worm thut prince and counts. devours our cabbages is the olfsprlnif Paris, they tell us, is full of Ameri- of one of the most beuutlful of all can meii und women who are blowing winged creatures the money to the winds In u wild orgy of butterfly. multi-colored Repairing, and all kinds of Tin Work SKE OR PHONE They say one kind of it brave man Is the fellow who goes home at 'X o'clock in' the morning without removing his shoes before opening the door. Hut we don't know we've never had' the courage to try the P.B,Willianis&Co Lancaster, Ky. Quick Service and Good Work The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday Oct 14, 1920 As sure as you are a foot high you will like this Camel Turkish and uomestic blend! es-- SLm! USE LESS SUGAR I F9RG00D JELLY; Canning Experts of United States Department of Agriculture Give Skin Sufferers Do Not Want Mere .Temporary Relief Of counc. if you aro content to have only temporary relief from the torrlfylntr itching and burning of fiery, flaming tkirt illtcasei, then you arc latLsficil to remain a tiavo to ointments, lotions and other lv cal remedies applied to tho turfacu of tho skin. Real gcnulno relief from eczema, tetter, real eruption! or any other form of akin Irritations cannot bo expected until you free your Hood of the germs which cause these disorders. And for this purposo ( Suggestions. OF - SHfew. m .iiflBlE'MJSBBsSta PROPER Among QUArlTITi JUIU C j llllfir Which Can Other Material Or Died for Sweetening Are Honey, Maple Sirup, Corn Suyir, Mo lanes and Other Sirupi. A cimmI there Is no remedy that gives moro, satisfactory results man a.b., ms fine old blood remedy that gMi down to tho soureo of every blood disorder nnd routs out tho germs which causa tho trouble. S.S.S. is sold by all druggitU. Degln taking it today, and if you will wrlto a complete, history of your case, our medical director will givo you expert advieo without charge. Address Chief Medical Adviser, ICS Swift Laboratory, Atlas ta, Ga. nnzlr Hint III Jelly .liniihl he hrleJit. I'lwr When .ilnl nf all nltni'tle mhr fiiimil from llir iHh It tnmltl re j alii Hit' luipe uf iht iiinltl. of Hi- - rlclit iniMcn') inn lip fin inn n niMiiiri I'linivKKi. nMiiiiiniK im In- wIhtc int. It ".Iniiilil jirkl Ifinlir iiioiish In "iiii-- r wllli Iw-- WHY NOT BBBBBBHBBH Cmm! mim ! never got such as Camels hand you. Camels quality and expert blend of choice Turkish and choice cigarette-contentment IV I. s 1 Domestic Tobaccos make this goodness possible and make you prefer this Camel blend to either kindof tobacco smoked straight! Camels mellow-mildne- ss lilillklllS. nml Uifli lln' frniu. iMiioti fill lnrei- - frulln lulu ilin'. Willi r , rli. crjiiH-- iiml iurrMiit' tnll mi iihfiil nt lor iwrli iMtiinil uf ii I titn . hih! uIIht I'nr ti i fruit Imnl frilltH inM thriv niifiil uf wh In in nrli hiiiiiiI nf lli i fruit. 1'iHik until tfinliT Trull Julr tlmv mini' ftii'lj wliill ImiiIihI , tin fruit l tin Iit it miu it Imiilil hi' ii lulu n 'i'Hv Im: mimI ii' Deposit Your and Become Independent The Garrard Bank & Trust Go. it !. Hi uMiknl. ,i is a 1 revelation! Smoke them with freedom without tiring your taste They leave no unpleasant ciga-rett- y aftertaste nor unpleasant cigaretty odor! Give Camels every test then ff compare them with ! any cigarette in the world puff-for-pu- l rluiiil) iiil ! n-- iin Can Oe Made With Lett Sugar. CimhI Ji'llli nni In- - umilf ullli mil' Ii ! nnr limn wnuy hinii,l,,",r lli!f ii ft- iliniirln iiir .is" llk Sllltlf hiiIi lllixc priMlllrli WWlll' Willi ll' IIEHr IllMIlT lli.m tin iiiii nhl'faliliini'i kliuN ilinl ui-IImim in t tin- - Minor uf ti Hi.n uillfil. I'utinliis ex fruit ili'Kirt-H- ) f'i'rl of lln I'lillwl SI ii it in uf uurii'iilliiri tlw llii- - Illim-lt- i miwtli'ii fur iHnc misiir IiiiI r!. I, Vii j S2!XCi it 1 THE NATIONAL BANK OH I hhiiIihII.v : IIiiIim.' llii' niiiiiiint of -- 1'iriir nr illiiiirllj n,i liy iiiio llftli or t it t four lifi- l- ur tlirtfuiirili4 rupful nf Mizir It; ; l f tht wliuli' iii nilli- l lor iu It' In thr of Him m tl fruli ANCASTER. l. uf Cap'tol 450,000. A. it. DE.V.VY, President. S. C. DENNY, Cashier Surplus J. Book-keep- 50,000. Vice-Prest. - wl. Honor Roll Bank E. STORMES, C. M. THOMPSON. . Laughter. Toil th, UnWertal Rule jrou miit If you want Lauctilrr I a itnt healthful rtcr-tloII H Pin- - of the crwitrM helpt In loll for II. nml if p'enniie. yon inut dlri-Mlwith wlili h I am artpmlnlH : loll fur It. ToM i ilf law' l'lruiir-combj loll nml nut ti and ttii cutum (irfvnViit itnouc mir When one tele fonfhlliT of etrlilns il at inlil tijr mv nnil liuloUiMP ttntI7 fmiiiilfl n in love til- - ork, hi life and hiirfi'n iii llufelaiiil true iniMlral prlnnpu Healthful n; ! kinlgr ' e Jetrs ' -- otie.--ltiik- The Nation' Poiitlon. V V Vmnil hjjiIiim il' tjranny. tanil for t ! rule of tli mntir In th 1ntrt"i nf nil nl u In a spirit n courage, of tominon ni of hlch mul vIi kliKlljr Jmtlce toward rverj innn anil every woman. ltlMIMtll pur-poTlieO-OjO- IS Teller. t. PAl'L ELLIOTT, Individual HUGH MOBLEY, General Book-Keepe- G. B. C WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. Swinebroad, AUx K. Denny, J. II. Posey, J. E. Stormes, Denny. A. T. Sanders. Dr. V. M. Elliott, Directors. TWO NEW BUNGALOWS Without Reserve or' Limit, at Remove Jelly From Stove When It Will -- Shett Off" From Spoon, I'lirili'llliirly, tin nf Mluur will Ii'k iintlcculilo If iimfnurlli of Kalt U hiIiIihI for i'iii'Ii cilliful of fruit Julie. Tin Mill' tusti will illii'ifnr Hflrr I lie proilurt lm xIimmI for n few Hivlii. Imt t lit fnvor lll ! richer tluili If tln "nit ri MOI llwil. AlinlliiT n.v in ni' -- ucnr l to fur part uf lln Kniiiulahil iiuMr mlliil for In tln riH.'l. Imuvy liiiipl) "Imp. corn kukiit, iiinlaxvs tho iiimv mall clriii. ulilcli nrc ii'rli'r to tliiiM' fomirrly on the mnrki't, nr nut' uf the other lriips old iiiiiIit viirlnii tnuli) liiiliifv Siiinc of thiw wii'ii'iifr havo n illMlnctlvo Hnvor, nml at tllt It limy ! Int to uv iIiom only nllli fruit tliut Imve n proiiouiiciil ilaor nf ttii'lr muIi i- OertelS 90DBUE-DAR-K The Drink that Leaves a Pleasant Memory Have It in your homo at all timet ! At Auction o. Incorporated Double Dark, Oarlrlt Dark and Oertelt Light. M.U.ri of Oarttlt N. L. Curry Grocery Co. Distributor, Harrodsburf Ky The OERTEL Cc Louisville, Ky. io 2:30 p. m. Saturday, Oct. lluy'um for homo or inu'stnu'iit, thoy urv mt)tlcniciiuv anil Hours, two 16th resi-ileticu CITIZENS NATIONAL KENTUCKY. BANK. OF LANCASTER ii crunlH'rrtr, cmi. locatihcrrli'i. nml Quantity plums on, our-riii- Smiley Hill ImviiiK miule nrruiiKtimvnts to locuto elsewhere, anti his beiiiK' loo kooiI for rent, will bull on the above date that modern f rooms and hath bungalow resilience on Danville Street In Lancaster, Ky. It has live rooms, embracing hirjje living room Ulxlfl, tliniiiK room 12x12 both hardwood excellently ventilated bed rooms, one opening to handsome bath, and kitchen commodious enough for anyone. The eeilinKS are liitfli and the wood work tlnished in ivory; and remember, it is only THHKK blocks from city siiiare, and situated not on a town lot but a small tract 5100 feet tleep. Immediately afyer and adjoining, will sell a 5 room btniKalow, scarcely complete, embracing lare rooms and larjje bath eipiipped to the minute, no better built or conveniunced house in this city; its Rood from kiouihI up, will stand close inspection, for workmanship and material and is bare and open to it. $2000 OF THE PURCHASE PRICE on this place can be paid like rent, $20 to $30 per month, and this place is vacant and ready for immediate occupancy, though you do not have to put up until the first of thu'year. See D. A. Thomas of Juice for Jelly. Admit (no illlnrl of Jillco IioIUhI riplillj" In n hluiltow pnn niw n with lii'tier color ami coiilti'ncy. Whi'ii h projinrtUm of augnr tn Julcf hull txt'ii ilvliTinlui'il. iiii'ii'uro tho fruit Juliv nnd plnn umt llic II n to I'nok. When tho Julci1 to IhiII mill llio siiL'iir limiMtlliilcly rind tlr until tho nicnr l ilK.uh.il. When tin Miunr N dlvolil cook thi' Julco n niplilly a kivoiIv Uiiis, low rookliic tt'tiiU tn ilurki'ii Uu prmlurt and to ile.troy Hie which will ciiui Urn Ji'lly to be lo first. A kimmI iiu'mi of (iMrriiiliilns wlii-llii- - iiHikliii: U IIiiNIuhI Is to It'it tho luUv with u spoon or uiildli'. . Pip tho XKn In tho holliiii kirui, cool by iiiuvlni; It buck jiml forth for ii fow M'toiiiN, anil then ul low (he Jelly In ilrip from It. Ah lone H" I hero la ulrilp pri'M'iil. It will mil from the kmmui. When I lie Jelly point U reached, It will brink from Hie Hiun In llakvt or Iui'Ik, Iteinove from the lire Imtiiedliilely mid klm SkltiitnllitC nt Ibla lime uo wnlo. After klmiitlui; xiur n't unco Inln hoi Kcnldeil ulaes ntul et nlile to cool Coiil ii ruplilly n poillilo. Ji-llpiH-tl- ALL BONDS LEFT WITH US ARE IN TIME LOCKED SAFE AND WE MUST HAVE ONE DAYS NOTICE. IF YOU DESIRE TO SEE OR WITHDRAW THEM. L. G. DAVIDSON, Cashier. This bunk hat two Time Lock Safes, one of which is kept Locked. B. V. Hudson, President. J. J. Walker, L. G. Davidson, Cashier. W. 0. Kigney, Asst. Cashier. Joe J. Walker, Asst. Cashier. Wm. V. Miller, Toller. Mrs. N. C. Hamilton, Asi't Teller. t. NOTICE 1 S I ' W. 0. RIGNEY Funtral Lancaster, Oinctor and Embalmer. Resitleiicr Plume 33. For Cltanlng a Basin. To clean a hulu or tiathluh put n lllllu cuare ult Into tho ilampeiiel tub or basin, and then rub It over Htihlly with cluth illppeil III - 'OtHce Phone 18. - Kentucky. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Oct 14 1920. 13 America hut not turned her, back on the njrrcement made by the werld'ri tending state"- , men an a moans nij ending wnrs forever. GUY. K. I a HUNTING SEASON Is now on and we are In Savers And Spenders. Sorghum maMnc' l the order of .Lit UH Several cases of scarlet fever are this community. Ml Daysle Itunnelts spent Inst , Recleaned Northern Seed Whilt Sweet Seed Rye, Wheat Sietf, Blue I I headquarters IB for all kinds of amunition and guns. Conn Brothers. LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS." The Central Record ltid Weakly. Payable . .B0 Yaar. in AJvaaca. J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. R. L .ELK1N. Local Editor and Mgr. Entered nt the Pot Office in LanMnil caster. Ky., as Second-Clas- s Matter. UKaster. Member Ky.. October 14. 1920 Kentucky Pre Association Fotritn JTJ IgJVMfjllCAN AJnii RptMIMia IHESS A50aATION Rait Fnr Political Annoancemeats. or For For For For For c Precinct and City Office.. 15.00 10.00 County Offices State and District Offices 15.00 .10 Calls, line .10 Cards, per line . all publications in tht interest of individuals or expression of individual views, per - .10 line .05 Jbituaries, per line pr DEMOCRATIC TICKET. Prati&at. JAMES M. COX,' Vica President v D. ROOSEVELT, FRANKLIN of Nw York. Senator United State J. '. of Frankfort, I C. W. BECKHAM. Ky. Congress J. RALPH GILBERT. I Of Shelbyville. Gilbert Answers Morris Judge Ralph Gilbert acquitted himself very well in his first speech of the campaign at October !, where he met .Major Jackson Morris, one of the mountain spellbinders of the Republicans in joint debate and the major is some debater at that. For instance, he has pat every possible misrepresentation of the League of Nations on the tip of his tongue, the fame as King Swope has, and everywhere he Koes he turns these loose. The ignorant or unthinking believe him naturally, just as they believe the bigger speakers of his party, whose size as speakers is equal to their ability at misrepresenting the League. Hut Morris is legardcd as a "big gun" himself, for he debated with Senator Hitchcock and other big Democrats the same issue, even though he didn't make much of an impression on the crowds who heard him. At Liberty, Morris spoke for fifty minutes, doing a wonderful amount of misrepresentation of the League in that short time. lie used the usual stock arguments in regard to the treaty of peace that it was written by an Englishman, that it took' Shantung from China and gave it to Japan, while as a matter of fact, it Lib-erty, Spanish-America- took Shantung from Germany and not from China at all ; that England would have six vote's to one of the United States in the Assembly of the League, and all such claptrap as is being published as the statements of Republican orators. Judge Gilbert promptly disputed the truth of these statements and rend extracts from the speeches of former Presiafternoon dent William II. Taft. ProfessMr. and Mrs. Joe Pruther. or Irving Fisher, of Vale, PresidMr. and Mrs. Ilasrom Pelphrey had ent-emeritus Charles W. El- Looks Like Gilbert for their Sunday visitors, Mr. and liot, of Harvard, Professor Mrs W. A. Carson, Has His Race Won. Mr. Al Zeigler. of of Stanford, anil Lowell, of Harvard, and other Michigan. Registration results in cities of the Republicans, to show that MorMr. and Mrs. Walter Turner, and ris didn't know what he was Eighth Congressional District augur daughter, Dorothy of Indianapolis, talking about or if he did know a Democratic victory in mni uisinci spent Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. in the coming Presidential election. Milton Ward and Mrs. C. It Henry. was doing like other RepubliIn the special election of August, can spellbinders, deliberately 1911 this district sent King Swope, Mr. ami Mrs. .Milton Ward receivmisrepresenting the League Kepublican to Congress, but in the ed, a message from Kirksville that on and its provisions. Judge Gil- regular election last year in the face Oet. Uh.. "The Stork" left u fine' through eiht pound boy the home of Mr. bert defied Morris to name a of the Kepublican landslide the Dem and Mrs. Robert at Ward. I out the State it returned to grert humanitarian, a church ocratic column. The pie supper Saturday night, I or any great civic organization An annlytis of the registration Oct. 9th., at Antioch School House opposed to the League. He figures in the cities of the district in- was quite a success. The sum of couldn't do it. Judge Gilbert dicates that it will eo Democratic $04.80 being realized. The highest more called attention to the fact that this year by even alast year.dielsive pie bringing $9.25, belonging to Miss This margin than it did Ellen Peace, of the only opposition to the will mean the election of Judge Ralph Mary the elegant box Lancaster, winning of candy League was from Republican Cilbcrt to Congress and the defeat of Mrs politicians and asked the peo- King Swope, who is running for re- forty-si- Matilda Collins entertained relatives and friends Sunelection. ple vhom they would follow day, Oct. 10th., celebrating her mothThe facts as to the principle towns the churches and the professer.. .Mrs. Johnson Doolin's clghty-llm- t in thu Eighth District are: Shelbyors of history in the Univer- ville, which usuully registers about birthday. Pen cannot describe that bountiful dinner, but everything good! d sities or the 7ft Republicans went 32 Democratic in season was served to a queen's politicians." on the face of the registration, for taste. All present wish Mrs. Doolin Answering Morris" criticism the first time in Its history- This many more happy hirthduvs. an overturn of 107 votes. of war expenditures, Judge is I,awrcnccburg which usunlly goes TUTTLE Gilbert showed that many of 100 Democratic has increased to 200 line of the saddest deaths that ever the very best enterprises Mor- Democratic. usually goes occured in this community, was the Nicholasville which ris criticised were directed by pussing away of Mr. Milton Tuttle, i Is showing about 30 Kepublican Republicans and Judge Gdbt-r- t of Harboursville, Oct. 4th.. at 10 A. 12 votes on margin of contrasted the efficiency with a Democratic the 1920 registration. M. at the home of hU son Mr. and thu face of Mrs. Henry Tuttlo on the lUickeye' which the World War was This is a switch of I i2. managed, so far as America's Ilarrodsburg normally breaks about road. Only twelve days beforo his participation was concerned, even. It went U7 Democratic in the i was ttricken with Mux and passedwife to with the disgraceful misman- registration. the other side. He returned to Richmond ordinarily goes 150 Keagement and ineiriciency of the publican. It shows a Democratic rewith his sons, Messrs Henry Republican conduct of the gistration majority of 125 today. and Chnrlle Tuttle fur a visit and on Sept. 23rd., he to was taken very ill n War. This is a switch of 2.7ft votes. with the same disease. He hud the UHUn,l'' It was conceded that the Re-- ,!)a"vil,?1 t'$.1"b"Utt medi cul aid obtainable and every this time, a thing hat loved ones could do was putblicans made the most noise gam Republican went ot ntlt donu for him. Just before he expir- in the matter of applause, for In these six cities the Democrats in Casey County they are a have gained more thun 800 over past 'ed, he made a beautiful talk, saying was ready anxious to that great deal more numerous, but howinK in presidential election Join he wife, who and sowaiting for his was ' week-enI -j x Can you recall the little intil from lliirhorsvllte Wednesday cidents of your young days? niKht. , Perhaps you remember some Mid Ai)n,l lltlilritll Ikn. llti. via. child who was "close with his ,tor Mundny afternoon of Mrs. (Jrcen pennies, who put them in his Poynter. Mr. Charlie Tuttle, who has I 'bank and kept them there. for several day is Improv. That child, even in its tender 'venrs, was imbued with the;imI nnw- habit of saving, was cultivating, . M,r- z T; "'cr f Hchmon,l spent the buddim: idea of thrift. M'M' If you can locate that child Jmn Ynntis mni , (U. today you win prouaoiy umi a Wednesday with MesiUmes Milton t man who has made a commer- Ward and C. It. HenryMr. and Mrs. Oscar Lewis are vi cial success of life, who is tlnancially at ease, even if not iting his parents, Mr. ami Mrs, W.I T. Lewis, of Woodford. wealthy. Mr Pathenl, Christian The child who saves his pen- .Miss., Win. been the of Pass guests has recent of nies in time becomes the man Mr. and Mrs. Win. Sutton. wtio accumulates his dollars. Mr, and Mm. Wm. Kinder and luind1 Hut the one who spends his tome little son, spent Friday night' pennies as fast as he gets them with Mrs. Matilda Collins. generally finds that in after Mrs. Koy Prathcr and two interestyears the habit has fastened it ing children of McCrcary were visiself upon him to such an extent tors Tuesday of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. that his life becomes one of Wnlker. Mr. Al .eigler, of Michigan, ,ient endless spending, always earnhaving a several days last week with his neice ing money but never ,.Mrs. Ilasrom Pelphrey anil Mr surplus dollar. IVIphrey. The greatest financial injury Mr. umi Mrs. (5uy Davidson and you can do your child is to en- two sons, of were Sunday courage it to go out and spend guests of his mother. .Mrs. Carrie Davidson. its few cents. It marks the beginning of a Mr. William llrazley, who has a ' lucrative position at Somerset, spent bad ending. with Mr. and Mrs.' For it is easier for the leop- the change its spots than Miley Iteailey. ard to Mr. ami Mrs. Wm. Seott Mrs. for the spender to be anything (ireen Pointer and daughter. Miss' but what he is. Mary spent Sunday with! week with Mini Kannle Meridn. Mr unit Mrs. Henry Tuttle return. Timothy Kentucky Clovtr, Crass ini' Orchard Crass. OBELISK-T- he '' Blue Ribbon Premium Flour In Sacks and Barrels. nZ" Genuine Kanawha Salt. Best for Curing Meat. - , Lime, Sand, Cement, Rock. Common and Pressed Brick. Bale Ties 1 Hudson & Telephone 26. Farnau KNOX HATS Here is a message to all men who do not wear KNOX HATS. Vnlue considered (Style plus KNOX HATS are the most reasonably priced of ny hats told. During war days whenever materials and labor costs advanced the policy of maintaining KNOX traditional quality was always .strictly adhered to. Costs are still atUancing rather than debasing even today, but KNOX HATS are being made just as line as possible built to give service commensurate with the price you pay. Ser-vice) "loud-mouthe- ! - PARKS Danville, 1 J .... Sc Momv of IJcttvr DCZDC TELLS A HENDKEN lais Kentucky. DC 3C DC k. M SUPERIOR WHEAT THE NAME ' DRILLS TRUE STORY. As tho rural of alii tin. n.imiw.r.itu v..llln,l in UMISVI w SJ aJaav I 1... I of these counties except Madison Gilbert's support and gavu him which contuins Richmond, are nora genuinely glad hand at every mally Democratic, the Democratic point he scored on his advers- managers assert that no conclusion ary. It is generally believed except thut of Democratic victory can that the full Democratic vote 'The be drawn from these llgures. political observers in the of the district will be at the Kighthbest District believe that it will polls and this means that Con- go from 1000 to 5O00 Democratic. gressman Swope will be a ! s a wa v him in the land beyond. Mr. Tuttle was n native of Knox County. He was ity-siyear oil a faithful member of the llupti't i n.urcli and an excellent .r.d highly respected citizen. He is surv xtil bj leven children, four sons, an I three daughters, all residing in Knox Co., but Messrs Henry and Charlie Tuttle, who live here. Tho body was taken r, to Harboursville for burial, accomNotice. panied by Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tuttle This paper hopes that every Ilusinsss of importance will be ami Mr. Kdd I a lie and was laid to Democrat will not only go to transacted by the menibers of the rest by thu side of his beloved wife. the polls and support the na- Franklin Lodge No. 7 I. O. O. F. Mon-du- y Much sympathy is felt here for the night, Oct IS, 1020. Kvery bereaved family. tional nominees, Governor Cox and Mr. Itooscvelt, but that member is urged to be present John W. Wood, Secy. It You IJeck-hathey will give one-terme-- Eight Disk WITH 8 inch J$ 100.00 GRASS SEEDER. Fertilizer and Plain Drills All sizes in stock SPECIAL-Slight- ly dam- Hungry? Are Senator and Judge Gilbert their Then come to the Mason School earnest support and their vote, Satisfaction Prevail. House, on Saturday evening, Oct. 23, Contentment exists when W'KST- - at 7:30 o'clock, ut which time und November 2nd. There is one Oils be held an enter-ga- s perfectly safe way to vote and PKTRO is used. gives that penetrate, place, there will supper power untold. talnment and pie that vibrates, for the bene-Gthat is to stamp under the the best and see tho "difference." lit of the school. Everybody feme Rooster, the Democratic bird Watch for the "RED TRUCK." 'and help a good cause. , Teacher, Dora Scott. whose crowing tho morning of Sold exclusively by W. S. Carrier, i Phone 53.' 10.14 2t. November 3rd, will mean that 0.2-tm et aged wheat drill, has sown 50 acres-$75.- 00. HASELDEN 3CZ3C RBOS f. The Central Record. Lancaster Ky. Thursday, Oct 14, 1920, 1 CHOOSE EARLY Have the Satisfaction of Wearing your New Suit or Coat &Mike other fall and winter season. Our prices are exactly right. years we have been in business has it been our pleasure to present such a magnificent display of women and childrens foot wear. Never in the many Good shoes at the right prices. See our line of yard goods in WOOLENS. SILKS AND COTTON FABRICS. WONDERFUL VALUES Unexcelled value in Bedding. Floor covering, and Underwear. . Federated Women' Club of WE ARE STILL TKlMMING OURrtWCtoTAWd N&T OUR1 Mr. Coy S. Sander hat been m T' eighth Springfield for several day tbi week he district met Thursdny in' ITTLI-- ' RENT TO PAY! . niCTnum lit IT I " v. w Harrod'burg with about une bumlreil on limine. I .delegate ami visitor from various the I.illif Italian! Cider Mill. Manure Spreader, The meeting the Church the "'w wa, wlth Silo riller, I rlorse Wneat jjniif.ihrsin-niiou.large French b.ukct number White AUama. C. yellow uroun.l Ice Cream Freezer, Buggies and with her itrr, the jwt "''" ra" .Mr.. - Vet. Harness Cheap. day oion win presided over Mi ha been town r. in held whIch Mm. W. II. of week JHinei Just received Cooks tind Ranges $25.00 to $99.00 Heaters $10. to $40. Wire Fence 90cts. "l with th The nil liftrictMethod.,1 ,M.MUtlfullv llecorMWI of tlowcr un.l nil golden rod wa twined, - in 60flb S Moores HIGH ftll-pc- Save One Third Of The Expense This Winter By Heating Your Home With A Mr. M. L. Lilly, wa .Mrs. h reeent ot KienmerHi, Ky. visitor of hw neke, West. James I. 1 J. R. MOUNT The & CO.- I Taylor, chairman of the Hit-M- r ' Department, Mis llnfford, of l, wiin,,.,. -ri I IWHe Henderson ha return M. rtniniriun 11. ., IWnuloii ' riik'Kitkjn Heard, on ine (eneral ro0" ' hi I.. ',.,, a vl.lt to her neue. ..un , rhenmatUm. r Frank I. ami ' (Klta l.unn in Danville. taney on ..lt,rc( delleiou. two Coure dinner Willie Amlnw and Mr. ami Mr Mim U Verne Hick, had a. hi h1 w'h " olor of yellow Hm week- - h irur.l .Mi. Jo.eidiine little daughter. I.ueflle The new of end curat of her ojirentn. Mr. and ( earrivd throuuhout. tltin.4.1. ittt.l Thnlniu lttitnittnn. I ticor elected are Mr J M Stormva, .Mr. Jnme Hume. of th CifH mi A Itmt M.Mt ' Ijinenj'er, Mim Juanie D. lackey tpent thechairman; Mr. Itobert Colnjll b) ThoM Vft tut lalmilid la. Mr. Sum llurri. Mr. fln4 Mrv O. ' Cowley .Herea, weekend In Uichmonil with Mrt. Mrt. ' J a in r W Carpenter and other rel- H. Irvine, who have been viMtmc Harry Jludfon, I.nnc;iter, ecrctary. Judge Mid Mr. K. W. Hnrri have No town wan decided on for the d ative. Mr. K - Ovley U spending i to UiuiitiDc. They were 'Hilt, next year. Amuni; the lament- week-enDanville Mut Kaye Kinc win the eml week in iiccomnnied by Mr. K. W. liarri. ter Club member, who attended the of MiM lluby Cre near meetlnjr were Mm. J. K. Stormes, Mr who will nmke them n viit Mary Owly. of TrnnH".ini cuet Mi attended the II. Y. 1'. U. They Harry IIudou, Mr. Sam HaeMen, at Lexington. 'nt the week-enentertainim-n- t at llarrodtburi:. Mr. and Mr. I. C Kins had atl.r E n. n'jurlanl. Mr. II K. lr bomi. Kuet SumlayMr. nnd Mr. A.'Uobe't. Mr. W. M. Klliott. Mm. J Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank I'hlllipo. who . O Deal Howe. '" ,v", week with her V"rl Hum t """ I It comln. . HKt Ml fi ; - ' """" Krnnk I.. Ituiney. Danvdle, The meeting wn addrecd by Mr. Curry Dcdmnn. Mrs. Itlker, president Kcntuc,, , pMfvrHtin. Mr. Allle Dickon, chu r . ,hl. . . Lida Mr, ,trirt chairman. 1 ,,, ,,.. Air Tight Stoves K. -..- Gossip About People vvv ,,.t ' w-- !" -'- n; Burns The Cheaper Grade Of Coal And Makes More Heat. All Kinds Of Heating Stoves and Ranges. The Prices Are Reasonable. meet-returiii-- d Dnn-vill- (i i )0(1 ne & 1 Walker Bros. d Mc-tbe- Him Mary Arnold ha returnd :n nufth. V t',.t,Wi.mi nnd M! t?inia illaurne have been recent tor i LexinKtnn. (ran very much Improved SALE-BUI- CIi and daiiifhter.. '""- Stanford Creamery Co.. lead the: 4 Marjory and Iji Verne, .MUe Theb M King hud a her ioiei "II they are cndint out check ma Hamilton and Joephine Hum-tidFIVE PASSDNGEK. GOOD AS NEW- KlitaUth day to their patron, payinc them aftumon. Catroll Barley and Mi Mrt. were in Danville Saturday. d Thomp'on, lluby Ore. of Danville ''0 cent fur every pound of fat tnnford, were in of Ophelia , Run 5.000 milfs. Kiiuipped with new ClrA Tires nnd dust i t U Verne HieV, Mer Carl livere.l durinc the month of Sep. IjintMtter Monday. nev ncnrj .uanniiiK, ,nr. .'inii- K.coe'ternlier. Thoe who shipped and old C.wlnn, Th(Hiip.n. Hob covt'rs. I'rit e 51,500. Phone 50. cream ttation well know they a v. vltlUnK htr Mrt. O.H.rK'i t.uW were with .Ml. Thompon. ami KM William, of lnvilK--. . t. L t crnced several cent llti.hti nnil Mr. I Jennie D. The Stan-Danville r.. . mner. .Mr. on Tburday. ford Creamery teems to be able ev- Huchn in l.ouUville. Mi Jane Hopper ami Mr- Piher cry month to pay more than all other tI n.l..r ' C.ll.... ...I ..I MUt Martha C.I . JJ jJjjjwent a sutvical operation at the Dan- - Herrini; motored to Hutouville hut huvur. Ship them your cream, they U" TMIWIII 'vile ho,pitl i Krea.ly Improved week to pend the .lay with Mr, pay all uxpre charce nnd return' I rida. F Wrre h Rflll(,clin of hu man). Huffman ami Mr. Ed Hopper. Mr. , your can promptly. Why don't our (la'rard county I Hopper' dauchter, remembered her Mr. Jnme Houtt and mbtner have hjvelfrj,.,,,! POINT LEAVELL. Hen Wood Mr and Mr. Mellie Hopper, a freiuent people bip their crenm to Stanford? a Mi H. Mark- returned after a pleaant visit at taken room at Mrt. H. A. Jane Hop- - All tliinm bein equal they hould I The opening meeting' of the Un- - vititur to her mint, Mi Mr. John Smith, continue quite ill. Pineville. bury on Danville avenue. Club will be held thit per, hnt Jut retuned from a vacn- - do o, and epecially thould they do' , cutter Woman' Mr. Hebert Mltchel i very ill al Mr. Walter Smith and titter, Maud IlminiMll. of NlchuLlA- - Thnrilnv nftcrnuntl lit their room Oil tion vlit in Hutonville. with her five ro when the Stanford Creamery pay thi wntinir. , t i -Jt. V ,wcre the' guest of Mr. Joe Itarr anil (It) ville, Kit been vititinc her titter, Mr. Lexington avenue. Let eery mem-- ! children, to rcjoii heT hulisn.l at more than anyone eltO. .Mr. Kills Bell pent Saturday with titter Sunday. , uir-- r nome in (iier ie preejit. Henley Hattln ami .Mr. naiiu. Women home folk, Committee. Mr. J. It. Mount jiud MU Juan Mr. Pearl Whttehouse ha return-i- d j Mr. llradley Coldiron, of Sedan, llrmlley. Dr. and .Mitt Hammond, of Paint l.Uk re-Mr. .Marre Precinct No. I Now Mexico, It visiting hi sister, ' to her home nt ItulamL Smith, of Frankfort, were isueU turned to her home yesterday from .Mount are returnlnj: thi t week from Mr P II MnrLil.i.,.. rl,. Mr. Jlr. w, .. l l Saturday. the Danville & Doyle County llonpital I Smith have .Mr. Celell Tatcni. M...H... tiiii, Mi.. of MUt Jennio Duncan lut C...!.!. Ml.. ..,1,11114ft I'.ll .iiiai Mr. and Mrt. Halbert v ! g where hu had been operated upon tp iil amidtt her neighbor and with , r.urned to their home In Lexington. j Mr and Mr. It. I.. Duncan of Mi ...., Miss Sue Shelby Maton and for appendiciti.- - Danville Advocate. other meant of expretsfm: neiuhUor J MrJoe Hnmmon ami daughter Paint Lick were the guests of Mr Klinibrtb (Ilbb have returned from a line, he ha n haiiy way of "tay-were in Herea Wednesday shopping. i ami Mr. J M. Hell Sunday. 'r.clnct No. 2. in Danville. Mrt. K. I'retcott llrown nk. it wi,(n tower,, cuuiiiB irornj, Mr. and vMt to Mr. W. It. Cook Noami Ilni,t0lf chnh Mt( and her own garden tha i endearing. nro recelvinir ronKratulationt Ben E McKo,,crUf Markibur)'. Mr. Joe Mr. over the arrival of n little bett ihe i """" "atr Walker nnd Mr. John t!III Kinnaird ion, who wiu bom in Stanford lat and that the state of her health is, Mrs. i:. C. WnlLnr Ml.. S..tlt.. r., ' Precinct No. 3 , ixton reeent hopper in hflvr i named K. Pre-- mu,., improved. He hnt week. THE WORLD FAMOUS Mr. Hayden I.eavell, Chin., Mit trott, Jr. Owing to the franchise. Iwing crant-- Annie Austin. Ml. Shelby Maton. Mr. ItolM-r- t HiiRhea nnd daughter. Minerva Cox. .Mr. nnJ Mr. Itufut Wearren gave ed government employee in Wah- - aml of I.ouitville, are an elegant dining Tuetday at their .Mitt Maivnret, Prrc'?,e.l..N' 4'. year. Mr. John - Ander innton this Kuett of her parent, Mr. and Mr. pretty homo on Stanford road in honStevHn Wnlker. Chin.. Mr pe,fwtly sou will tend home hi J. W.. Miller on Danville avenue or of Itev. Compton, evnnrclit. and good Democratic vote, nnd will not P'u, Thomp.on. M. Mary Doty ....,.- - thu November ,,. i mi ouiiuu. .uit nenie rnce Mr. Clayton Morrow ,who ipent the Mr .(ilvent, who lead the tinging, in .,... Pr.cinct No. 5. jav Mr. week-enwith hi parent, Mr. and the revival at the llantitt Church. ,,.,,, , U)1, fir!kl ,.ecli0 J. I.. TnbWe, Chm., Mrt, Ho) uiuett were pre. Antl.non m msed .pending in Un-en- t .Morrow, 'returned tfi About twenty-liv- e .Mr. K. W. nnd pent a mot enjoyable day. qu.r ,urinK ( Monday." - man llrown. Mr. Virgil Oattineuu. Wathhng tvrvee State Univortity, l.exini;ton Mr. J. W. Palmer, Mr. Nnpo Price, ni;toii, which will be regretted by - AT - - Mrt. .V. Miller, and Mitt May me In friend who much prefer to hit Stormet Dunn. proxy, hi pretence and vote. vl-, t..r Dnnirl. were accompanied h inn Sun jdny by .UK Judith J. Danel ' .Mrt. J- - ' " ' "iThmp..n. Mr. and Mrv nin Ode- - Mm. Loui man nnd cbiMrtn, Mr. nni Mr. J. M HOItCillK a11 f ' r- - ' Unidram. T. Hick Look at Thu, Wont You de-nn- e Fe PGR CffR Mit . le. - S. A. Walker, Lancaster. Of 1 i 1 .... - 1 . Ink Dan-vill- 1 W - Williams Colored d Singers DO wa The tocial eetit of tie t at f Tuetday uvetung when .Mr. YODR and Mrt, II. V. llaitin gave a six oVk't-linncr at their home, "Hill the futur.7 A. lonij at you k..p Crnlt" ..ii I.vx.ngtoii l. Vve who Or r yan l.klnf long dn(ii . added-tyour body' In p.rf.ct h.allh you are Iniuied aBlnl mo.t of th. lilt th 'hu pUmuri? of the xatyral by tbair aulituncc were Mr Chut. fulur. ml) brlnf. The on. tur way t iucIi Inturanc. it th. ..y Chtrepratlc v.rt.bral .JJuUm.nl.. S.e your Chiropractor. Con. Dcnranri, of Nicholatville, un i Mitt . Vlrgtiitii Hnurnc. Mr. Hnd Mr. Hat. . tul.llcn nd tpUal analytit without chari. tin ihJ mott graciout hottt and in their hmpllalltles jnnke each guctt C& , feel that it it 'ilelight to be present. LANCASTER, KY. Govern were laid for tlxtecii guettt. In 11 A. M. HOUSE. D.nrilU 5t.' YOU BELIEVE IN PROTECTING Pr.cinct I. No. G HEALTH? ati i Hamilton, Chm., Mr. Itobert Sheurer, Mr. Victor Lear, Mita Allie Viintit ami Mil Klixnbcu, .Mr. J Romans Opera House Lancaster, Kentucky. Cihb. Pr.cinct No. It Mrt. It. W. Snndert, Chm, Mrt. Walker Locker, Mrt. J. M. Anion, Mr. Carl Cotton and Mrt. Fred Snyder. Pr.cinct No. 12 Miu ltoia Kay, Chm.,' Mrs. Otto Simptoii, Mrt. Flute Turner, Mr. Dave Long and Mrt. Thus. Pieratt. MONDAY NIGHT, OCTOBER 25 General Admission 50c. Reserved Seats 75 Lipscomb Lipscomb Purl of thu hoiine will be reser'wl for while people Hrnetll of Cilorel lluplisl Chuirh CUUXY t i The Central Record, Lancaster. Ky.. Thursday Oct 4. 920 1 1 WHAT'S DOING IN POLITICS i New Voting Term, August Precincts Regular Garrard County Court, 23, ,1920. Present Hun. Forest Stupp, Judge. In IU The j U A Secret Foe ii Br CECILE LANGOON k lifini cnul) itiiilcii in Ken-tu- t un wr niiirt.nl hy mli n sa-Ir ot lit W tn h;lie got Ih'.tihii her llirulhlnlii, It ii I i that he met l.n Mini-illlup said Dix Uiver to Tan Yard Brnnch; thenre with mid lirnndi with its NO. 1. meanders to the old Stone lloue where it iutrrserti with the road leading ."I nilslii hae had Verne 'to Drynntsville; thenre with the renter of mid road to Brynntsville; thence Jiil hi isiUhi: the "wnnl. nmii) 11 No. 1, Boones Creek. with the renter of the Luicimter and Lexington pike to the Bridge oef the ilHie." mihiiIiiI llSslKhe. nhd urtiil IHf .'Kentucky river nt Cnmp XcUon; thence down said river to the mouth of Dix tulUtt.il heart breaker with senres nf Ueinning nt the renter of the Public Square in I nneaMer. thenre with mii a vtetlms All the mine. Klver the beginning. the middle of l.cxinton Street to the City Limit; thenre with the Ceil- she nften leollreil HhiI then1 The place of voting hnll be w ithin said boundary nt llryiintsvlllc. Ky. A iminlili' army of I In- - tuition's law nf llif T.evtnfTtnn nil o lit i ttrvft'iit.filti Mnt.Ltir nt Ill.trlrt llillinilnrnnume them wlm ns lli tin ntx imikeo will nlsn niiupaliii the Slate thenre with mid Houndary to the HoIeCounty line; thenee with the Boyle vfitttl nf I iionr! No. 10, Bourne. fur the Dcninorntle entie. Vice Presi County lino to the New Danville pike; thenre with ;iM pike to the City l.ini- "Us be Is iMnr n well." I.nls tnht "Vmi know he h.i llsaH'be nm ilsy l ll honked In its; thenre with the center of Danville Street to dent Tlii It. urk Street; thenre Beginning 4t Kentucky Uiver bridge, at Camp Nelott; thence with til unii stmllii Hinv mill tins mote nr Kentucky fur October IStli, IIUli anil with the renter of York street to Maple avenue; tlienc with the renter of the renter of the Lexington and Uincater pike to the pike lending to Mt. (er tswii hr till. Slllif he ui.ti '.(Mil. Seiiainr J. TI10- -. Ilettlu nf Ala Mnple avenue to the alley nt bnrk of A. T. An!eron". thenre n straight line Hebron; thenre with center of the Mt. Hebron pike to the new road between III. (irSSs- - mi llmt IJU-rtImiiiiI lrr liil mil l In llu Stale nil f till week to renter of Public Square, the beginning. fawn of Tom Hicks and Sid Doohn; thenre with center of mid roml to ihn It miiH in lime. adierllxil litis f 'iitigrv-Miia- n l n Claude Winter if The place of vjtlri: jhall be within mid boundary in Iincntcr, Ky. County road between the farms of C. M. Dean and N. J. Homey; thenre with a ImiiiiI slftiil mid ne kiihniiiH. (migrisiiiiin I M nurd It, the center of mid County road to Sugar Creek; thence with renter of mid . .iitl ih Hie line nf nnrk Allium n( Aliihamii "III tins creek to tin-- Jesse Davidson Hill; thence across to the mouth of Davis Creek Iwil nihumil. Up hhh4i it"te n lilt No. 2, Works. Slaie during llic week nf Oelnbor i to the Kentucky river; thence down the Kentucky river to the beginning, nf II 'fHIIHMI Senntnr (i(ir tfmliTi.Ml of Aliilmiim hliyjfiwlr v. Ill aNii ir here on The place of vo'inp shall be within mid boundary at Bryantsville, Ky. j ! iwmr. aiwt hi hhust ImmI ni eeral dale. mi ileirinnini: nt renter of Public Square nt Lancaster; thenre a straight t nl:tiil, ii I Msiny Una, whli nn npmrliii: line to the crowine of alley bnrk of A. T Anderou thence with the renter ' nl In mrtiite miwtbii NO. 3. f..ittlsl mhkIiiii SMI lac the itMlte It of Maple Avenue to York Street; thenceMvlth the center of Yjrk Street to BUCKEYE An elVnrt of tin lli'imlillnii' S'nthuinl la M Danville Street: thenre with the renter of Danville Street and center of New ' ir nirk Hf n lei.illfit pristiu. liie lleaihinarter in line up ili- iliiirilic" Danville pike to the Doyle County line: thenre with the Boyle County line No. 1 1, Buckeye. nasi fhr cnHllleil Imi-r- . er' i tl- iignin-- t we 1.1'iiL'tio r atlnn. I ivii to Lincoln County line; thince wit Lincoln County to the Mouth of WihI In pint! sWmit In tki prelt) telegram Beginning at the mouth of dirt road, on Poor KnUlc pike, culled Sad tit in lr. II. I lii in ()(Hr (u(( wn Branch to Wntcr Works branch; thence with the center of Wnter Work f, hj f tin- - nw i lirl. mi Water Works; thence with rentjr of Wnter Work road to Paulding Street; l.ane, in Boundary to tanenster Magisterial District, theme with line ( Ian- ell. iiitnr I'juii. hiii uwhe rare) Mmmby I'n-i- l It. Sin ill. thenre with the renter of Pauldinx Street to Danville Street; thenre with caiter Magisterial District to the line of Brantville Magisterial District ;( om nm l.u fniitiiil t'lmnli nt ttse after thence with same to the mouth of DavJj Creek on Kentucky river; thence ui! ' V. M. f ii iiiiiiiiliii'iit A. iiihI li't'T renter of Danville Street to renter of Public Square, the beginning. " SMtlifMniHl inrhnwlnllier. srtln said river to mouth of Puint Lick Creek; thenre un same to the mouth of dirt The plar of voting shall V within mid boundary tn lmrnter, Ky. wnrhl .Mmonient worker iiiiiiih rnail. lea.lint. frnm Pain I.lek frsek tn ItuekeVf! tlienr- - with rantrr nf nld 'lu' Im4 ,,"J"I her wle to nttrnet Smith Ir. Powell In help him In IiiiIhcihv Mm msw from tl road to Burkrye turnpike; thence with rentar of kiKI pike to mouth of dirt ji uf a lertsila fm4lnxfirer!eiloii lt ilercymen fnnit tin- - lYiitral ti nf Creek. No. 3, leading to Scotts Fork Creek from Buckeye, thence with the renter of narl roid Vt ti make ti i!lsrlinasi tn Hani tmeer us tig' friiut Minli at .Miirlon. Ir. I i Fork Creek; thenre down creek vtith renter to mouth of rtrmh ' Ms iml line Beginning nt rrnter of Public Square in Uinrater; thvnre with mi find road to Scott II ilei lined In lie. nun- - n party tn -- tub It vi n a lib a giwH ilewl nf sniufae dirt road ratjed Sad l.nne, thence with center of ald Lane to the beginning. ii tiinw. iitnl ticsef"l that Mr. Sin ft ter of Danville Street to Pnulding Street; thenre with rrnter of Paulding llnst thai W MS Irfi. eh?er Im snn The place of vnMmr hall he within mltf boundary at Iturkcye Ky. "(iliirp ii lrtmiH't In til lli unit lilmr Street to Water Work IJoad; thence with renter of Water Work road to Ih tVrkrit TIh He iln tiller a hhit that wntilil rally t the branch to the Lincoln Water Works; thenre with center of Water Work nasi mt ! ssMe trivial inm-h.!No. 12, if Nation every mltiMcr In thr mini. County line; thenre with Lincoln County line to the Lincuitrr ami Crab l nml liaM-vii- t h iihs try." Tlu Church ItiKiril nml I'.iimill Orchard turnpike; Qistlrn arrents nf fnlslt.r In a thence with the center of mid turnpike to the Beginning at the mouth of dirt roud, called Sad Lune on Poor Bidge fit i the Im1 urn miumltifil in the l.eiigne hail known )rnr. tie Campbell Street; pike; thenre with boundary' of Buckeye Precinct No. II to Paint Lick Creek;; pria nf .Viitlnn, nml tli. C. ii. I1, iiimr N City Limits; thence with center of Crab Orchard Street to I) thence with center of Campbell Street to the alley at Keller's Blacksmith thence with renter of said creek to dirt roud on said Criik at Thump Selus-- 1 fnti iHIInc nf snii new trluiiiplis .Imw mi i lTiiri in ri'rre them In their art hail neiiilrnt In lit wnrk, shop; thence a straight line to the center of the Public Square, the beginning. tian's farm; thenre old boundary between Walker School House and Buck . hn'iv liter were, ami hlntlne at a The place of voting ha!l oe wnMn sMd boundary in Ijnrnter, Ky, eye, to line intersecting the I.ancnter Magisterial District; thenre with ntihlhii: nut far ahead. Prmpe. t fur n DeinniTiitlr Witnry eepliie "Yes. hear that Verne l same to the beginning. n hentncky never appeared hrlzhtetl No. 4, Lick. The pare of virtinr ' all b within said boundary at Trutcrllle. Ky. all before him." nhvrsnl lUanrln. And thvn, with hidden malice "I ii's trow into fh the The flrt toil think It a Mt ilaiiceroiis, denr. ! ilrns li.re tlirniiulmtlt the Stntr Beginning at center of Public Square in Lancaster; thence a straight No. 13, School House nm fine a flatter wlm I hmuiilit Iiiimi a tiital.nf Ikirvi vnte for t'nv line to the crossing of the alley with Campbell Street nt Keller's Blacksmith flmulli In cniitnrt with the hand-multi'l XMis fur llunllnr. Kven In shop; thence with center of Cn.i.pbell Street to Crab Orchard Street; hence Beginning at a dirt road near the f Thomps Sebnttian on "ta1 "f the 'eme wiirlilT l.iMiNvllli'. whlrli l titiilt-- r Itepiilil.ni'i Anderson with center of Crab Orchard Street to the City Limits; thence with center of Paint Lick Creek; thence up mid Creek to the farm of William "Ob dear mi; exrlalmeil niiitrnl. (n niuiiiii: alifinl with :iii'S Crab Orchard pike to the Lincoln County line; thence with the Lincoln Coun and to the intersection of line between Burkrye and Brandy Spring Magis "Venie only draws them, as he H.iMlnc'4 -- si. l' He Is ty line to the Paint Lick Magisterial District corner; thence with mid Dut. terial District; thence with tame tu Back Crwek and intersection of line of sTiiulil a elialr or a htllbllliC. turnpike; thence with center of said pike Buekeye and Ijincniter Magisterial Distrirt; thunce with same to the farm of n wrapiieil an1,1In tne. I often wonder In a inmle at It.ilt linor S.i- line to the Lancntcr and Kirksville r"K,r ml" "lf ,n '" Ben Turner on Long Branch; thence down mill branrh to the mouth of Bark t UnrflllinlllU frankly li'llfr.l! tn III- - to the Lancaster and Bichmond pike at Hyattsville; thenre with center of - attract him. Creek; thenre up the renter of Bnrk ( reek to Uie dirt road near the resttiipHt'iiii fur tin1 nllli'e nf rrflitchl Itlchmond pike to the City Limit; thence with renter of illrtimoud Street to ,i 'Verne was here n day nr ntn.' i .r ...in. ....... U I rUsHI .11.. I VIIH I ... ...i.i VII VII f WfcM Ml I II HIII III! li ii. ..ii... .i... sIVIIlV ,Xy( I the renter of Publ1" " luare, the beginning. V nf tin' I.'iiIIihI Sliileo. In re.p.in-i' . . ,! The place of voting sjinll h wnhin mid boundary in Iir.catr, Ky. Creek, the beginning, being th same boundary of the original Walker School . a iiu-li- ui frnin thi' amlli-iiri- ' almut House Precinct. .ii n n imn that wu u thfi of Nullnii, ht iuihitim. The place of voting shtill he within mnLbiiuailary near IfacVlry, Ky. ,tr,atn In it burly material nml trim No. 5, House. i uin'rfiftb frank tn a tn .iii mine, t learned that be had It sent i hii l t inn wlthmit a Miium' prnsr.iin tn tin siilres of n Imly and pnhl the, NO. MAGISTERIAL Beginning at renter of Public Square in Lancaster; thence with cen In i hami'iiT iihmii cniiktrut'th hill, nvrr ime buinlriil isllnrm" an iixiii'latliiii nf iiatluim." After ilinft ter of Kichmond Street to the City Limits; thence with center of Klcltiuond f mistaken, "i)W. you nmt No. 14 Lick. )0ar nf Hiirlll utile l!illlj.il nf me pike to the Klrksville pike at Hyattsville; thence with the center of said pike Blanche." ilrrlnnilt.nls. nil the sun i -. prllirlpli nf lln nf N'nlliinshine gimi mil of her fart In an In to the Paint Lick Magisterial District line; thence with said line to the Buck Beginning at Lowell; thenre with the center nf Short Pike to the here l ii (amlliliile for l'ri"!ileiii uln eye nie nne else Magisterial District line; thence with said line to Sugar Creekj-a- t coriw raster and Blchniond pike, thenre renter of same to the White Lick pike:! tutlt. "Vim mistook unit ii nairi ifni an lit. I Veme " of A. D. Ford's place; thence with center of said creek to the three fork;, thence with renter of White Lick road tn the Salem Wylie road; thenre with fur Cllll yntl heal ll nil till' "illijert. Itkitii-titill." ii "nt 'thence with center of Antiorh Fork to the Iron Bridge on Buckeye pikeji renter of umr to the Madison County line nt Wulkxetoti; thence with the eMi. III. at"Why llilMeil lirtnie. wtia Jljra The iiiiijnrlly nf the leniter nf J j thence with the center of Buckeye pike to the corner of Campbell Street;' Madison County line to the mouth of Lowell Branch to the Walker School klimi'o Mm was kne at ih lime. ' Hull Mnoe puny, illL'iited wlili .he' thence with th corner of Campbell Street to the alley nt Jerry Doty'; thence Home line; thenre with same to the beginning. Vim ktMir she weW In u Jewelry The place of voting shall be withing said boundary nt Paint firk, Ky. ihit. Mh inW uie erne Inn! Ix.n2!t l!e.,ililiiiiu a straight line to this rente! of he Public Square, the beginning. reactionary rnntml nf ln illjiiHMstiU twler at the esinhlUh The p'Ato of voting "Ml! Le tithin. mid boundary in Lanratter.. Ky. I lhe parly, lime dellnltel) iiimoii nelit " DeiiiiH-nitlNo. 15, Manse. llekut. iui'1 iimrt nf the iti Mime ua) "It w hi Ware I nppenl tn nil prourehes in vote fnr No. 6f Creek. Mh bl IiiiIim " Hnirainre! rilmiK with center f ame to 0m I.anrn rU'innin at Lowell tnrrici t'nx. Anions Iheiii .ire llnmld U leke-an- d mini Imt ilniJ- iryiiK tn , ter and Ilichmutul pike; thence with the center of in t the Wlu'tc Uck Ul, W't.. i uu.... Beginning nt tlte renter.of Public Square in Lancustcr; thence a rxILs Unr. uitli sntar nf Whlfja I irlr rtsiiil tn John IlnViftt t hcnrif with hist T..II.. .M . . Alilnlliiille I'mik. both nf wlmm . -' '...re . u e,,e , ,he le,.i.H.H straight line to the crying of the alley with Campbell street at Jerry Doty , , ,nu wcluJlnk. hu nf seiikep n (Imrinor tlil Sluts, in pre-eDei.ni-nii.- i sliinihinl bearer, will be In Kititiietiy mi Odnlier 7th iind "tli, . I 'in I KllMiliiilHiiWH, Bowline being IiI irlin inl alt ninl Unil-illIII, nitiiiliiif iiihii, Franklin t. ItiNKcii'li, tmirril iln State lnt I'ri tn t ami Saturday. Seeretnrt if Stiite t'lilliy will In- - In r October l.mttMllle nil tin- - nlilil Htil(' Siml. t'nlhy Ik mil' of tlic llhc ii" In Mir country, ii ml will no doubt a unset I'lMiiiMint- - front out 'In the Suite tt fll a In lmilvHle. dri-i'uiile t'v .iii. member of tin nt'piMlli' sex compliance with Chapter 64, AcU of 1920, Kentucky Statutes requ'ring thr rcdUtrir.tinR of the magiteril a A wrm w Ills llluutlie IM'stnn district of the vahous rountict of the State of Kentucky, thereby creating more voting precinct to conform to the law in regard li'M iilielle, she ileiunlislrntiil heuri lier to same, owing to the women of this Commonwealth being granted the right of turTrngr, and the Garrard County Court having llliiij rtiiirM'terl.ll's illly. plnji'.l hereto-fcrAppointed H. V. Bastin, A. T. Scott, K. B. Ray and C. 0. Led ford as commissioners to redistrict said County, the Willi n sterllns out the hixnnge nl Imre won the iippri-- lii said commistiunerk xnn.lc the following report, which is adopted and it is ordered by the Court that the said magisterial dis- mIiMi nf Wimtd worthy wniiuiii, and ill- 'Imi mi) tricts of Garrard County be redistrictedaccordingly, as follows.' ein hunliil l)nrt, who wn Inter glml nl u f linl us In iiu llrt N..ll hl.nnt eN'rleiife Verne Dys.irt .l.rn I l pnrlli tltiir detntlnli ! MAGISTERIAL DISTRICT Precinct In-i- I lyrt I ( Precinct .Miir-lm- in eiery-where- " li Precinct Water litn l' - tl' le MAGISTERIAL DISTRICT Precinct urn-rer- , m : ' ed Precinct Gilberts v l"l ll. I'jrl fur-lite- l.ia-.M- Precinct Teatersville. nln-inl- y fr 1 ml' Precinct Fall Precinct Walker mi rt xpt-er- - m-- v n-.- 1 XI V n !, ni. ' tn ,.., ,.i-- Precinct Poor DISTRICT 4, Precinct Paint e .1 Precinct Sugar Precinct - aiir ... ' . Tankirsley's; theme with renter of l -- Cnn ).m .Imp Int.. m .ludln snian uf mmv In Jesse' I line tHHinrriHt J" In. ilisl In till ft Union road to the old Kichmond roml. lkiiK iV.lt I. Alford's; thenre with center of dirt mad to Uooch pike; theme with center Ins. UiH tscftitH. Dark of Cooch pike to (jincaster .Migisterint District line; thei.ee with same to rvr nml fMh'a.ln kijhimI forlihldlnge ler miser-.ihlCounty roud on, Back Creek; thence w ith center of mine to the beginning. si the next day. As (.tie The place of votinj' hilt Im within uld boundary at Munso Ky. iIm stmllo sho fmiad Verne .'ilniie. He sreeied her atfertlnnatelji tip with Cn. NO. 2. iml il!itei tn n sxelrb nn au ixivl. No. 16, Lawson School House sns that nf ,n woman nilieil in a Perilling kald, "latfajKtte, we aro Beginning nt (ieorgu Connor'' thenco with the center of branch to J. itniintliig curb, nf extmnnllnary grarr-i- i l.era" Harding pcIhm, "I jifayolli'. nn' No. 7, in tlcure nml piie. Her fne was have quit." H. and Arthur McQuerry's intruding mine, to Kvvlyn Pointera line, inrlud. i McQuerry'a; thenre with center of lane to union road; pnrtl)' elliil hnt ber eyen weri vlvn-HiKing Mill Bridge on Dix Itiver; thence with the l.exiac-to- n ing same to J. T. Beginning ut and expresslte. In itrtkliii; poutrust to Sanutnr llaril center of I'mon road to the old Itichniond ruad; thence with uttd Danville pike to Camp Dick Robinson, at the intersection uf the Lr.x. thenre with "A iltt"k .limn," explained ll)mrl: tig's iipiifilim In the Poilenil Tumi of siitfte to Jesse Alford's; thenre with lenter of dirt roud to, Guoh -. ...... ...! .1 "that Is the wnrk I have nil hand. p.i. ..II-.- . ,n ,1... M, ltl.... ..II....' renter .i. i.vuiun l.att Ail mid his inhume) nf one dol- ll.Klu.l Ullil Miiliaii.. i'iait. iiiiiivt ,,w..i. ..l.l innr lu ...v the farms of .....v., with center of iiooch pike; thenee with center tf same to line of .That I l.tnllle Trntem. who It u rre-uinew road between Tom , . . , . line; thence with the ... I I I.. ill. .l.l in... M...I....I..I T.I.I.I.... lar whi'iti, l (inv. t'nx'it aggresAe n I id innlllis n star In the tnnvl V 7, Hicks and Sid Dooliti; thence with the center of mid road to the County road! ,n . ," lumiialgu to help Ohio farmers bu -with eentbr world. Slie Is new in the screen, "" ",r"tr " , betweei. th . farms of C. M. Dean ami N J. (Joinev:, thence with th inter -soinelhing nf nn eierlmeut. nml I v. l , of Dripping bprings roud to hlrlngtown; ttience witli center of lirt road to ileMitmi i . iraelorx In lula 11 .1. . .1 ...1...1 .. . . , ,, , 11 ill rwiu iuiiii iu .7uiii ii.c...v unn .i. vivvi. tu inr . m- ..i .ui.uk un.i tv within said litive - had to pnietlcnlly nrratiSM her iwo lilllllnu dollar of the gluts' Imlu ll1.ni.11 l.l, mI.I If 111 nml ulllt ,!, untur nf T.m ,iu. f hnu I n lk I nn..i.l.. mm. I I ueurgv vuiuier a insr entln- mnkeup for the maiinceuieiil ncnr ,'aw,on S,:Uoo, ,,0U,t' In inutilr) trial Cnmmloklou mnii-Lexington pike; thence cro.slng said pike and down Camden, branrh tubottn,,,,r' Why. I.nls. what nre you stnrlnr air hunks, so tbut part of It could bo loan ller eyes Were llteil imiii the light Boones Creek; thence down Boones Creek to Dix Itiver; thence I'mtn the P.!m-- s M 17 n furtiivrrf to buy tructnrs. lie Iheu itl Itlmy ilres ileplrtiil on Hie sketch n river to the beginning seeiinil ruling from tho Federal lie nlo iiHin the Jeweliil nd'irntlieul nl The place of voting shall bt within said boundary at Markbury. Ky.j Beginning at (ieorgc Connor's; thence with center of branch to J. H. the model. She bnlf rniiiprrliemleit. n ere Hank that Holes xlveu by farm ei ptuiliayLtig Irnetnrs be discounted MtJuerry's rxcluding same; to Kvulyn Pointer's line excluding Its nrljliiul, ii Hiiinnli 6Xer lift', with und Arthur mi tho umiibuiilas ugriciiltiire ImpleNo. 8, road; thence a crown-uI same to J. T. McQuerry's thence with renter of lane to Union ilmichter with hrr, etilet.Hlj ment ptrper. By tliest' means Ohio j fwith center of same to Woodsview School House; thenre croulng piko, with the sludbs fat mors were enabliil tn buy Unit n. Beginning at King Mill on Dix Uiver; thence with the center of the Mr, Fannie Green's line to Telly Green's line; thenre with same to John "Mr. Iy.irt. I will he hack nl the' I ter.' farm tractors, iloitblltii the iimu Lexington and Danville pike to Camp Dick Robinson to the Intersection of j Davis' line; thenre with Davis line to White Lirk; thence with tenter of to finish the picture. The miuiuter's ber in the State, the Lancaster .and Lexington pike; thence with the center of the Uncaster White Lick road to Salem Wylie road to the MudUon Cjniiitv line: thence wife In cuing tn snlcct the rest of my Here Is n cheek from the The Republican campaign handbook and Lexington pike to Bryantsville; thence leaving said pike following the with same to the Rockcastle County line; thence with same to the Lincoln niiiimzer for the dress and diamonds nf center of the pike leading to Tun Yard Uranch at the old stone house on J. County line; thence with the Lincoln County line tu Dripp ng Springs roadi you limits the oi'iiiit nf the boiicht for me on hl onler." Nation entirely Perhaps they did not B. Leavel's plure; thente witli sald branrh to Dix river; thettee up Dix Hirer' thence with center of same to Strlngtown; thence with center of dirt roud And a (lie slsltnrs Hilled away lils of Nutlnn. ui. U t0 the beginning. h i to ions uer weiii up to Verne and put her nnn Gwm Conner's the beginning. ua iu .in" inii.vi,' The place uf voMnx shall b within said boundary' at Bryantsville Ky. The place of voting shall be within said boundary at Cartcrsville Ky, n bon his neck mid klss.il him. She could not trust herself to ienk. -Dollar wheut makes n very pmllt khe reentered a snlemu vo A. K. Walker, Sheriff G. C. No. 9, Buena Ii'e occupullon to a farmsT wlm fain.k thai lieier nun lit should (be shadow of HIT .Senator Hutibiig. a Tarui.' iloitlii ns in Beginning on the Kentucky river at the mouth of Dix Klver; thence Forest , Judite G. C. C. a eater her his loyiill) ami vt or l JtOVK !KT Till. MO.NT.Y. niliid. .:ll. ; n ... ... ....v . ...v.- v.v. with the Center Ot of; thence up the North Fork to Kemper Lane; thenc ... .. i, iu.liil.-,,f ...rr.M.i .tic-i'Joliti M. Parker. uii... wlm alil Une to Lexington turnpike; thence with the centir of said turnpike to an "ITiendoro ltnnevelt'k audi lute ' the City l.imlts; thence with Lex'Sgton Street to the center of for Vice PresWeiu i.ti the-- I'rii2ie!i the Public Square, the beginning. iiikcl. I heir uetlou w ill Inllaeiin The pbee ol voting shall In- - wi'hln snld boundary in Ijinraster,, Kyi thniistiiilsof linleimlfnt voter- - to ltMe .v-- He " ! raiie's J. I lei'ei .of ' t.ln. nim.i I I '.!' f ...... .. " ..... I'Jf ." ......... " ?. .. Th' "Si! ',h lnrIrt, ctll,.r ,,( ,jlrt roa, t jhn ' M V" St"0W, . ' I.' 11 1 MAGISTERIAL DISTRICT Marksbury. Precinct Precinct .ni. r. 'i..., .!.. pike;-thenr- e w , . - k 1 -- .!',' 1 -- 1 1 1 1 P.ittvilla 11 Precinct Bryantsville. ; . Precinct Vista - Stap, 1 The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky. Thursday. Oct 14, 1920 Ten cents worth of oil will t often tni dollar worth of rust. Yet many excellent people fail to uive this fact pn-von- .1 even a paini; thotiKht. Kunloii tools Take a tour over this town. You will litiil I" Good Will Triumphant Under As this mctsage is being written, Dodge Brothers! daily, weekly and monthly production, is at the highest point in its history. The most casual sort of inquiry will satisfy you that this production is being absorbed as it is that have heeu ilfocimlcil for the KUiuiner HtaiuliiiK around in corner exposed to the weather. Lawn mowers will he resting on the k'rass in the morning dew or after a rain. Hatchets, hummer even sawn may h found out of doors. Wheel harrowH. carts and other artic- wie ies are .i siime. Use ten rent worth of oil on tlietn and put them undercover and they will he in prime condition for use when required. Hut leave them to the mercy of rust and the elements and soon they will become junk instead of tools. Drive out onto the farms, and in many eases the same conditions will confront you. Wagons. Initios, farm machinery much of it delicate In mechanism and expensive in cost is stantluK out in the yards or Hold while sheds are empty. Kvory tiny the parts are becoming weaker by the mpid accumulation of rust going to decay through thoughtlessness ami neglect. Only a little oil and a little care I How many of you havo children in school? How ninny of you can tell oil" hand what grades your children are in? How many of you know the books your children are studying, the size of the lessons the or the progress teacher Utile ones are making? the How ninny of you take time occasionally to run over the lessons with your children? How many of you thuiK . commend them for the interest they are taking and for the advancement they have made? as-ogn-s, Test The.y reduced these old copy ' i delivered. Within sight and sound as we write, a great addition to Dodge Brothers' immense is being rushed to comworks, pletion. The interesting thing about this situation is, that it is not likely that a half a hundred people have ever bought Dodge Brothers Motor Car just because they wanted a motor car. Of the more than half a million who have bought it the overwhelming majority did so because of the name it bore. It has always been treated, by the American people in particular, as an exception always set apart, and singled out, and never judged by ordinary stan- dards. It has always been thought of, and is still thought of, first, and foremost, and all the time, only in terms of its goodness, and the results it gives. All of this is wonderful, in one way, and quite natural and logical in another. It all dates back to the day when John and Ho ice Dodge conceived and designed and finally built the car after warning each other, and their associates, not even to think of it in any other terms than the best obtainable value. They began with a few almost absurdly simple principles, bluntly expressed and rigidly executed, about decency and honor and integrity such as most of us wrote in our copy books at school. was a time when you young when you worwere Thre ried your juvenile brain over problems which seemed moun tain?, then, but are so simple now. Commendation ami were swet to you then. Thoy are just as precious to yonr children now. Uo they receive them? uucour-agumu- nl If you ever see the careworn editor of this sheet skipping down the street like a kid with its first toy, dont' become alarm ed over his mental condition. Such a phenomenon may ovcur some time within the next half century. We are living in yearly anticipation of a decline In the price of print paper, and hope some day to see it come sliding down through the deep blue sky. In the meantime you are getting this paper for about one-hathe price we have to legitimate right overy charge. A Louisville newspaper reporter wht has been travelling through the State with Krank-li- n I). Hoosevelt predicts that Kentucky will go Democratic by (iO.000 majority. This reporter sayn that the audiences show conclusively that the women are going to vote, and that this predicted majority depend on whether the men will vote. In his opinion Kentucky has never looked as favorable to the Democrats a month before the election as it docs today. The reported secession of thu radical wing of n the Republican party from thu present campaign, may bu duo partly to Harding's expression of his opinion of Hiram Johnson in Harding's editorial, thu Marion Star in 1912. Of him Harding said "He uppears at close view to bu both a faker and a blackguard." lf Horah-Johnso- book maxims to a splendid and rcientific system, pouring more, and more, and still more value inio the car, and then marshalling all the resources of modern massed manufacture to get their product into the hands of the people at an honorable and an honest cost. These policies and principles have never been changed, and never will be changed,' by so much as a hair's breadth; and they have come to be recognized and accepted as Dodge Brothers' principles wherever motor cars are driven. It has all hapened as John and Horace Dodge planned it, quite simply, naturally and automatically, all over America, and all over the world. People do discriminate, as Dodge Brothers contended they would; people will find out when a motor car is well built and gives good value. Dodge Brothers market today is where they planned to locate and establish it.. in the mind and the heart of every man and woman who admires good work well done. It will last, and it will keep on growing, as it has kept on growing, for five years (faster than Dodge Brothers' works could keep pace with it,) as long as the number of those who believe that a manufacturer should build to serve and not merely to sell, continues to increase. All is well with Dodge Brothers f oday because John and Horace Dodge builded well in the and because their business will continue to build well until the end. be-2rrini- ng. KINNA1RD llll BROTHERS llll Lancaster, Kentucky. sermon at the Methodist chum Sun ALAMO dny in i) mini; and visited the Sunday Mr. J. P. Prather is visiting relative school here Sunday afternoon Up The National Mr and Mr. Carl Curtis a i I son, es in Madison county. ( of l.ammtrr IK hog to Kirhy, and Mr Jack Whitta! George Kay sold Light & Power were guest c. .Mr. Hiram IUn and J Teatrr nt 10 H cent. night and Suudav family Saturoi W M. tf. meet Thursday afternoon Week. Kur.- jnd Handy Mr nud Mr 1, Mis llcillah May lit .1 o'clock, Oct family of Mener county and Kev. leader. Mure and more the realization Inscu visited Mr. uml Mr. I.. F. Mix Anna Pror of St. I.oui Mo., Itrown Saturday night and Sunday. grow that the iaoluted lighting plant i one of the ureal modern achieveis visiting Misses Ktliyl Kay anil Sallle Mr. Hiram Kny uml family were 1 mi Tenter. ment in farm progress. guest of .Mr. and Mr. Forrest Curti Recently we were apprised of Mr. uml Mr. Charlie Cotton of at Itryaiituvllli- on Vedncdu and National Farm Light ami Pwi Hilly lit-- l Mr. ami Mr. liichnumd visited Kichmond tint of the week. Week which Is tu be celebrated t'lr l Cotton Sunday. Mr. and Mr. Henley Wlnttnkcr of out the entire country during tht of Madison rounty Hubert Mr. Madison county and Mr. V. II. (iul-le- week of October 'J to October t b daughter .Mr. Hubert Uited her of Nicholaville spent Frblay with the most progressive dealers llroailui llmt of the week. Mr. It. W. Sander. This national movement is designMr. ami Mnt. lee Fothergill nl Mr. and Mr. Oseur Hcndren of ed to direct the attention of the farm family have returned home after a Madison county and Mr. Hessie' owners of the whole country at one visit with relative at Owenton Ky. IttechcJderfer and on of Ohio were, time toward the advantage of elec Mr. Permella Hogie hn returned guest of Mr. and Mr. Mul Carter tric light und power a supplied by home after a several week vlit with Thursday. the isolated or unit plant. friend in Lexington and Pari. Mr. W. M. Simpson of Denver Colo.j Thl i a great movement designmeeting Saturday after- uml Mr. I.uther Simpson of Shelby-- ed to ultimately do immeasurable Iluslr.es noon at 2:30, Sunday Sehool Sunday ville Ind., were here Tor trie lunerai good. In our vicinity, Pecker & Hallard, at 2 P. M.. Kev. Strother will preach of their mother, Mr. Mary Smipson P. M. who died Friday and was buried on who ure local dealer for the Nation at 2:30 ally Famous Silent Alamo, the plant Itev, Intco delivcrvd a splendid Saturday in the l.anculer cemetery- 1WCKEYE SILENT 'c Takes Farm "No Humous Vibration" fume, will three lodge notices, a cubit of poetgreat week, It is ry and n card of thanks and forget-tetthe i..t , 'H.u wonderful nlant Is to read the proof on the head s perfectly designed that it will oper- -' and the darned thing couieth out 1 if i. U-- i 1 nte efficiently for an unlimited time without being anrhnreil to a special foundation. Kxhibition will b given showing thu Silent Alamo operating while mounted on three tlimsy water glasses. "Gone to Her Last Uoasfng Place." And all that are akin to the deceased Jumpeth on the editor-witexceeding vigor. And they pulleth out their ads and eancelleth their subscription even to the third an i fourth generation. - MOTHM IIULM) ItEl MIS y SAsrius aiswuiaa Ca Dirt, I'D. Aiuau. You've got to hand it tu some of our political pllbluder In at least TVty can make other ouy resiwet. For Expectant Mothers peul le believt a liar of bunk they iream of believing lY TMEE lEIEMTIMS , wi.'Miv'. il'l SCIVC- Mstaisaoo us in Sin, mi K SOOtllT a. The Poor Editor Flowery and long Is the wedding' notice which the editor printeth. I me minister getiein ten nones, ine groom standeth thu editor off for a 12 month' subscription. All llesh I grass uml In time the wife i gathered Into the silo. The minister gette. th his bit. The editor printeth u death notice, two colunis of obituary, KZENAf! laCK HONEY V-nJ- 1 if tt Turn. Hioin, licb. ltr. rl Vom' crfonv dtMOuf 4,a riM oihff tivsim.ati f.i:rd Hwf,rSltluiiclKfiJ hum Vw l 4itli ool wih l r MH9y Mtm r.J, Is lh IHSUwmt r today rms CmimIm. Ti it 7K ! sur u STORMES DRUG STOKE. The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Oct 14. 1920 Live Stock Ficts NECESSARY CARE FOR FOALS At as Young Animal Gains Strength Enough to Bt on Hla Feet Lt Him Hunt. Soon Coffee From PLANTATION BUY To The Cup j BLOOD IS FUEL TO THE BODY Pumped Through The System By The Heart It Sustains The Muscles And Tissues I'EPTO.MANOAN UK LPS Keep The Quality Of Your Hlootl At III Hetl It Meant Vlgorout IioiiIiI nnr.e after the Rain enough lo get on their feet and wnlk nnitiml, In the cne of weak or very crooked'lcgitcd fouls It may he neceMnry to thnn In getting tin (at. Imt often nil effort In made In force tliem tu nurse before tliey are nndj Nil I lire takes Ik own time on c such occasion, anil hurrying ami tuny do more li:irm tlnin good Itefore Iho fonl intriTs unh the marc mliler with it ii nil '.' wr cent solution I if ii good cnnl-tii- r ilNlnfectant iiml then rlne w Itli wnrm wulcr. The llrd milk which niinet from the mure If known n colostrum nml nel ii h I'll) Me on the foul' causing Hie fecnl niiltter III the Intestines to he ills barged; hence the foil of tnllkiiiK the innre liefore the foul cninc merely becitlin there npxtirs to he loo unfit milk In the mliler. If the content of the hnucU lire not ejectcil luiliinillv ' within twenty-fouhour. two to four 'nhloMMiiiful of rator oil olniken In milk should In- - given, iiml it nlo mm he mhlnhle to Inject wnrm m tiler or Iho ounces of castor oil Into tin- - hn-lteeiit t 11- IMMlment ever three 'our hour mi jh Ikiw ' in,' I'ouls otD'HLili FRESH SOMETHING ABOUT COFFEE Did jrnu ever hear a ROASTED COFFEE SOMETHING ABOUT COFFEE 'han we fhould for the tame grade, frethly roatted. Tn enahle the people; to I nlt bin-tlln- "Have anyone tayl cup of coffee Ilk mother makt7" No. They alwayt lays "Coffee like mother uted to make." Why? Hsrauie mother uied to have freili roatted coffee, roasting anil grinding it a the uted it. too fast lo do at mother uted to do, and. inttead of roarting and (rinding coffee at w r it'sd it. we are paying a traveling We are living r il'imin'i talary and espentct, the met of a beautiful label, a tin can. a tit'pping crate, and many other leitiet that force tit lo pay fi to ten cent per pound more for ttale coffee 1- e. This is the ROYAL COFFEE KOASTEK Now In Operation In Our Store We buy our Coffee flreen. select them for Cup, quality and rocst every day, enabling us to give you Coffee full of their natural aroma and strength. Jk . . -- iy BLOOO Health Aad Ability Tn Accomplish llloo.l acta like u fuel, ('umpeil throUk'li the body by the heart, it u laltit the intucle and tltnuct. It Ihrw. It freilt lite brain rctu the tlnui t uf the e)c nml face. Tlntt ile ami life in whj people look ti le when blood M Hit piiveritbril The body titttlea are brine Upilled 1, ... I i ..... 'I I..ivill. ,vwn (....Il I illiiii'iiii imp IIOI lul cnouwn red rorpuiirlet. Vuu would not rat poor food with no nourish nirnt in H; no more should you let the fuel that tuiU tuttrnanre t 1 g away ftom thete wrnugi, haet booth a large gat roatter of I ha latett in pre-- I type and have arranged with to'ne of the largett importer of green c if fee for Mir lupply ud will have the anittante of their esperl hlendert, to inture that nd n a few I :. get the proper flavor, jrou cau make eof. fee like mother uted to make. At ntv policy alwayt ir ittitfaclion or money hack, you need nut hesitate to try uting coffee matted every day litht here in our itnre. dart SANDERS VARIETY STORE, Lancaster, Kentucky. Mart and Young Vaseline nppllcd III the rectum Itiiiv nhl In ejecting siihvijtieut ilr) unit ter. To offset the ilntiser of niltel Infee u illeiie lion In fouW (which till-- t known as joint-ill)- , the navel conl Humid be washed cenil times it il:iy hy holding up urotiml the nml u iKittlr which ha been Henri) Illlpil with n 1 to l.tasi solution of corrosive sublimate (hlrhlorhl of mercury), or by saturating the stump with tincture of I.hIIu. Then diiHt It with slutti-ivileriH lime Thin should be each day until the navel conl drop off. In nie lite navel does not dry properly or show Inflammation, ti veterinarian should Im rnlletl. Mure ure iitcllnetl to he ieev Mi or cross when with their .voting. niniiii,Mitl) It i ndvliihle lo the foregoing precaution a speedily a xiHllile. and then lenve I lie ktHbli' mi that the mare mid foal can ret without belnr ilMurbeil. large-neckireM-nlemt-for- -Dralny" Utir Colonnlo ha" i A inn "Iiml.' vn tinea rthtil let p pit ami Min- " i I "ng line ihiii a n occupied lh i seiltep. The ro It k I i iiiiillon. tdioiihlcr with it kireiehlns "0 feoi lotnl tetiElh trot lieuil lo the tip ot Sll feet. . The Inch In illnmetei llR-ir.- imi eH'N 2ll i, ' III N .. hnve i.e. tie ir ii for- - . i i the neck and n a the "inn "mln an ltomnrblc. Cxi io ile Mm Perfume Frsm , i lircnte A lien In ance The fin. I bti..- im. j ml th'"n i. ii ii i.. i n, s,vt. Ht, line to mi 'i .nil tha nunl.111- - 'mi' M"ire ile I i wr iiMlti;ry, lehulit-l- e foiiMiiui' ibe tttti. white llnwer l e 'lliwtwt lriW Juurunl, I be enlhtl"t- Nerotl. otnt- i- I f,, l Xhnf prepareil hi N'lce, piin-i- l hm'woh of a jrtinlll etn liiHirins at :i plu) ii hi Ifciei. in ItO- - MHIItl Of Culilie Hinl . H. ii f it flue ireo AH the llmiei ttt of ! wrtine ilay-- tliiTrance. - ')" the itlmlotr nt iiniii win ylehl only n iHi-- . mine of Ne- iiH-il- j ofir- - noon the iHioie roll oil. The pel ul. leli. an nro newt bur maalrr'a prlrii-'Hn ilw 'imietil Arab ben tile- - in inntir lo-- i ami rinlus. . hiiueler physlclnn leewel highly cU 8elt) "Ii Ibe fr- tUf mule: It I "till onller l n tueful Big Business And l, HOP The I Initr ' ( Jrne in' tlCJll .! AUCTION Saturday, Oct 23, at Ten o'clock a. m. I . BREEDING Figure Qlvtn SIRES AND DAMS Cendi. Representing tlont on More Than 2,000 Farms In United States, -- Dewliiptueutii in llie -- Itetter Sire Itetier Stock" ciimpalzu have in licnrc liowlne the relative inimber of males nml fcuiulct kept for brceil lii pnriKi-cKollonlnu nre the rniln baxeil on more tbiin '.IMI.dial heml of lork of nil klml. tii with the I'nlleil Stntei of nsrhitb n. SALE . itllianre nf Hit vuth the Itcpublirxn Party never mtire clcnrlj illura'.d than in a bittur boint e"t cut on he l.itoitnr of the Unit til Prutf Cumpany sicHoil lr- H. 0 SimiMon nle ..I thbi Camiuny. Th. maimKcr United lruc Coiiipany u u concert which contiola the. Ilexall .lure, and latrilluted otuunuution.. Mr. Simp ' kii wrote a letter to u travelling ulejinaii friend of hi advitinc him to work hi. cu.ton.er in favor of .senator llurdinif. Thlt letter uWin ili.tiibut.il pre- sumnbl) bv the Uepublican Nntloniil CoiHtntttee on ttatlnnury of the Unit- ell I'rui: Company in fiirimile form, Therv I. little doubt llmt this conln- butiun from the United Druir Com- to the Hrpubllcan party, will .mean rome f,rM pnvilejre to be J ininfcrreil upon the wholoalr ilnn; .Imliwtry b the Republican mrty if it i victorious thia November. pwnuiou. Thre fumf vah(f hr ot(wr k'ituiHe .Mnnwn. nml the name "riudeV it n the pktii:e. la tmly one IVKw-Hiinino- InipruM' the ijualltj mid keep it at tit, licit If yuu took pale and frel wenk. If your enthutlnmn uml jou have enetKj. if jour Wowl it rkKirvd with .ur ayntem 1 beini; fed rlth jhif in n poor u' I wile of blitod. That u no wti to K around If )wj re not nt your best trl at the ourrr f (he. Inuble rmht uwh Put tin end tu hftif Iivihc Take Hlcul tome. I'eite-MiiKi. to tone up yuur IiWm4 nml purify (ift tke full cnjuyment nut nf it Iivibk MrtmUe la frmli air, take r xcri ie He r to atk far "(iNdu rettto- " It etMiiea in unnvenieMi Mam-a'et form uml muni. One but the Koil )ur entire tady lie inferior lime IiIoihI ht tht u n lAdviitltement) Thorn is it market! ilitrnroiicf cluiractiT of thi' lint two pol cat mcftilW l l.t flK luwvillf. Ihero was littlit llirc'H!lli c lit tho .StSi of till! atitliuilCii. I'Ikii'IIIX lilll lli'illj , CHpnntv oacli uc ....atnn Ually "l . DtMllocratic OViT half tile CI'OWil was Cornposutl of rc)ro.scntativi' whitf ,jf Ur tf,, ,m h lot"iin ClUZVV. III.! nUflliinrt! as not of till' political typf. AL tile Kcpillllicatl itally OIK' fourth of the audience was uol-- f jn Ulr h.-l.- - , . iP-ut- ,,, ))u, WJW of wonu'ii, and tho The lection on Kccrcution tt the malllder Was matlu tip of tllu ...nuunl Kentucky Confe.ence of Soci- ul Work, to Ik' held In Danville, Oc- proftsioiial politician and his to December ti, will take the friends. UlU oirice holllers t)f tuber ' ,)rt.(,t vM compostMl - ture: iH loala linen In Kt I "Hlliy In JtS U'lier - poulirv. rilmka. lurkeve. etc , ateraitel u.ale tn IS feniul Tbi'M' lluri- - ii'irei-n- t coihIIiIoik' on more iimu two ihotisumi fanus in vnnoii-- i part of the coitulry, ami are belletii lii bo t)p!cal of other fanns, I hey kIiow the liiiHirtunco of placing Irern on ipiulity In lre, hlnce In prucllcully nil cnc ire the parent of h very inii-i- i larser number of ofrprilic limn lh.- - nveraee female 1 1 i"'a I'wliiv tile t hull 1 I lur to U.J tliilllnn to marr. lo 113 ton nun lo 3' enm. . li-l- rotr !.. hn. will on tlie. nuoro immett tiauu; llavmv: tlecidetl to devote my entire tim to farminir sell mv property in Paint I.ick, Ky.. known as the r.uniam and Uuckcr Mill. j ... hL. uf I.oilisvilltj Hlld COUII. ty The rla.1U't(. of .,, ," WMS lht l.irrIICts .tutement jeatelduy of It. A. Hojer. l,,a,,"l, that of spontaneous, uf the Community Council twcun cheer rfttdjif the paitl claitior. juf l.inii.ville. form of n "play institute" and will form one of the mo.t interestinc ice tiotta uf the niretinir; nceoruini: to n ttur The proKrum on lecreation will be- irin on SutunUy monunc,M ;iid Mr. IIovt.r an( wil, continur ,inmut ,he "O ,Ull w!,h tel lnK and in mix. for yourtK people i'"""ny 11 prim-eHo- . on the The lot in one of the most desirable in Paint I.ick for minima purpoMM. "J J1 f nn.s into the mill. Has, llindman Settlement will lead wilrund, subject to loadinK and unloading all freight n'v.'ht out of the ear ,, . . itnmea. Mie will Ih UlKe proper attVaillaKU Ol lite . .. ., , me ,, ., , , . 'Irena alnclnv n ,1, w a coai inn conuectett to mtii, rimit on tne siue in irauh. i iuniy ui uunn i umi...v nM,., ,y tn cidren from the opportunities that present .eulement and by several boy. and themselves for coal that Paint I.ick woultl consume at any time. commuuitv bot- Danville publiif Kirl ol .... in uiH towaslioultl have an intimate acquaintance with the requirements nml pos- HJIIIUI.I of this cotlimumty. k is ol,.v through auelt . "u."-that we are enabled, to in dill. ... one cacu 11 Hiilmiil. SWINE RELISH SOYBEAN Use HAY In Hog Ration Reduces Cost of Pork Production and Makes Better Grade of Meat. ONE OF THE BEST STANDS FOR MILL, FEED, AND COAL IN THE STATE. IS A, 12 MILES FROM LANCASTER, AND 12 MILES FROM ' pKeant, which will b under Uie di. GOOD COMMERCIAL CENTER. rection of the Lake Division of the RICHMOND, KENTUCKY. Ited Crota, and prior to this a lunch. eon will be held for those who arc Will nt the same timu olfer separately, or with the house ami lot, the following describ- in,rrc,tl.,, , rt.vr(.atiun am itl) tvla. '(I machinery fit,., r, hoc feiillns iperatlont, wiy. heaui may be prutlutlily fed In ' fnrin of nmture lut uhlih ohllL'es nwlne to nose out I he hcomi uml rack ., ...... rri...- IlllkS retitii 1110 1...... l I IIIIVIH, hernia nu.i bay and muniine it with u i liiv-li- Tor uv III-.- . Imrs.t nower Fairbanks ami .Morse oil enirine. type V. best made, one nut corn ' in L'ood condition, one set 21 inuh French P.urrs. ifear drive, two ood Meal Hollers, two tolls . jrootl corn shellei-s- , one ifood corn crusher, one Jy barrel Midgut Marvel flour mill, one pair of . Alxiut 1000 Hour bavrs, about ITiOO meal hiiKH, wiiKtm scales, 22 feet lone;, tn Kod shape. Will also sell on the same (late, one lo2o horse powm'oil tractor, in food sluijie, one. 20 .(. St,pa,..Uort with sef ftfU1 mj w, .cHi one pair of etra Kmd mules, two mule colts, one bay horsu. f years old and a uood driver. ld J ! iliictlon uud innkeH fi.r a hotter urade me- - hiendiuK and' of uicflt with tnarblinK uf lean tind f.u 11 INBREEDING REDUCES VIGOR ' Any Weak Point Present In Blood Strain Brought ta View With. out Stint, Uon't forirot this splentlid opportunity, and come, anil look over this prospect a day reduces IlihreedliiK generally vleor. ttltlioussli It concentrate what-eve- r ko1 point biii cn to be present. If. there or any hud point present in Ibe blood ktrnlu II brliiK them lo ter rcuiomeleaiily. It take Ilmintly gowl IiIimmI in withstand the test of Inbreclliii:. two before the sale. Terms made known on tiny of sale. tho T. J. TODD, PAINT LICK. KY w vncrry, 01 Miullr 1...1 tome do not lonw rrninin Knllierine IO a(lcr marrll,Kl.. Peltie, of the Pine Mountain Settle. or incut Scluiol; Mia France Ingram, h'ditor us rule luvo very little head resident uf Neighborhood House to say of themselves. Uut that is In Louisville It the chiiinnun. probably because their critic have left nothing unsaid. When prices conic iluw.i It carl.i ugaln it Is to be h i'ii'l ('lipid comes A kind word costs nothing.' Hut with tlicm. Wcdiling bells are be. perhups the absence of a profiteer. cominir rutty from too much Idle Ing valuo it the reason why some peo. not, and the county clerk and ire pie are no sparing in their use in prvueher need the fee. these ds of skyrocketing. v.; n interesL on the part of the populace dues not end with community improvement. r.... ,..........1 'n...e.. ia ' '. . . which is of vast importance. n tieiiects our intiuls from tiuo to health and educution. The committee in churuo of this our private business afFairs. f for thought ,,!!.r"n!. of ''''I.y0".:"1:"" vmM k'v 01 and ileVnloMinmit r'"1"1 " ,,r- "W' n nir.mU ' ,V.. the .ViKhborhood House of Louisville, HTc "roa,l, PurspettUe of Vtr unit II. (5. ItoKcr.. uf Fayette Community St.rvict. i.vaKU,.; mu Mnr:uerite Itut- iti conditions, and Htrenthet ler. uf Pine .Mountain; Miia Klimbcth US for the buttles of the years . . e 1.. ..i... v.iuuiii 01 mi; i.iuviiiii uinuvi, ui irtv vuai. are ncioru us Mi. Klliabetl. ll.Kt.in; Vtta . of , , u jH a ' . llludniaii; L. F. .erfvss, of Paris dm- ,. op lojl. Ilurton HotT trirtofthcY M. C. ,,, i..it. uf the Wnoilfonl County Y. L Kvpr). mn (fw , 1 1 J. from schools." . ,1 til'cZ . .inn JIuwIiitK (Sreen a,,d Mi.. josepuiite 11 mini run MM linn FARM STORE The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Oct 14, 1920 WHAT'S DOING lieu SUN BIG FACTOR i IN POLITICS; lr " intiiii ti.'.m ll gll . IN DRYING CORN Dried Vegetable Is Delicious, Requires No Cans and Is Easy to Keep Stored. QUICK NECESSARY link, pr.ne I l I !, mil I Vim" ijilli pur II tvg .intHim i hen- m ii t ill iUh- tt 'in' lii iiMMT.itl, iiutji-rue- t in 'Hid mif) lull' III" .fa li't.itfliiii .mil'tf !.r'.t wl'lt n - 'ti ll! Ill led a.nii in illr.nialiuu m j trt.lni o Co,,. TIIMR.,wm.,(r,e ttum divuutti, tt.u. MS, iufilie.ft;,.r, d lunl ,2K .. .......... k huiwliM of itMk Aln, In til l m oo fn C. t U.I, in th lllMul quntloair llunl'a U, STORM ES DRUG STORE. 9M IrtHCjt'IHT) lUlHlllt'lHH mulll'il 'Hy nf Unilt lit. wlii-rrwin IN til In- - ihrolMC i f IHTfii nlllri lintiiT it lei , W0RKJS HOUSE, ST OF GOODS Ai 1 SI DIC. well watered, Having decided to quit business, will offer for sale my entire stock of GENERAL MERCHANDISE AT COST from now until the first day of December. All goods sold strictly for cash or produce. Also a farm of S2 acres, of good sand stone A land, jrood residence, etc. Located 9 miles from Lancaster, on Spoonville and Kirksville pike. A bargain in this farm if sold at once. Will exchange this . , farm and stock of goods for another farm. J. E. WHITETED J 1. tiimii ln'ir frttii'dt piled ttfi a lara' iotl. Dry Until Grains Are Hard l UllJ fitet, CtlMlrtlMII .liil-and iilrimiii Ihimtwatle Slate' im.Mii. M. S. IllUllipittrlori. In llltlll) eiHIHIfUlfi'll I" A )fireinlile wlilrlt. lnn drlwl. I 'i rnritirHtluii. nituriH." Iim; fuliitfil, "IihIIuiii- - eieorl) WImI l j alum .rlllii.iu e,eii hy Ihe mtist 'll.lppenlns Ihriiilf Imm the Stall' of. rrlllrHt, U eiirn, niln-- klmln uf mtrdi'ii priMltH-tDENTIST Ilia) ur limy lint lie liked Ii) J , Offieti over The Garrard Dank. The new viiiiirx. wIhj itn-- 11111I11I1 I liiimy p(ipli-- Imi ilrled cirtt I if ihi tin. .iiiHrliir uf intiiml Phone, Office 5. uonieii, luiee iklliiliol) nllsniHl I'win-Reildencti 37G. t u1' m'Iici.mHIi the IVmiMTHrti' jmriy alidj urn and ran Ii" net fur LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. vnrlely of pnrie'' 1' . awlilt In arent miinilail-- e ll reprewlilM In ' fulliiwlii illri-- i tlmi fur tlr itiir 11 n ' lncni' nf .iiiiiii. aihl'i'tl hy lt I'nlteil I'lie aiiliM modi li) tMir fiirr of acrletillurt. were in ihmii) mw I. nialler uf .tit) uf the larli'tl e'l tun 1. mrk.ililf. 'I'liere In alKiilnlrlJ ho Jiivlnr ipmllth'S ielriilil fur lnl.lt TTi per trtii of llli. iliniiii' n'll nil) inaki n pmh trlel prodttti te of lho'lae will lm eni fur Ihn iie I ItihH III Niivi iiiln r. wlilcli 1'iirti Inlt'iiil'! fur ilrylns IhhiIi. M Ctllllrtlll uhetl III lilt till k .IIII.I-- I' i.'.tkii vlWr fur th- - I fur' sliitlni: and liiiril.'iilnt ltae DANVILLE, .) KENTUCKY. kei In llii" hite utiuIh enn nnil wlit'tt Ihe mm l In nn ide:il Oppotlte Gilcher Hotel. l rniHlliliiii fur liiimi'illali liilile I'liHrai ierfll nt tin- hii Offle. Hour, 8 to 12 and 1 to 5 p m lnmM Ik- - inllnTeil ,my a It ran h mi, of iMatlnii i Hie Jhw ftMU'ii'il fur tlryltii:. n iurn deierlor : lit SiiilB ali-- i raHilly. r. tne liunlfii nil ii.ninn. ThU liiw Careful Preparation Ettentlal. l. fiinner, win, with 'hiUii-n- i In JiN Iliik llii..i'iir hihI trim with knife Imm or 111 a liiizlir:nl lielil fur h lii-- prlt i', l riinlrtil tu pay u n't tu ri iinixi' ant Injiirlii. The Mlk netil riMillly DIRECTOR if 10 itiiI. mi tin hIiihiIihi I'll' In tin! . return i'il. h it run Iwini .MHiiiiir liiil'Jin iiilmrni from 'pHrai-- ! from ihe rn after lr intr Oflh-Over National llank. ur lit wire luili;t it hih' ffiml'. wliHIu'i- ur imt It In I'laie (lie In li.iK.ltinl. ti 11ml iilunci' Into Ileaidence fhone 3. Office Fhone 2" iiiilrii in puj a rale."l In I" mlnutc, ur f I ll LANCASTER. KY. tlul I'M lll Mill' UlUJ- IkiIIIic waler ltHi. Tin l;iHiMlin Kirly In an tinlll In- - milk l m'I. A Utile xalt may mlilil In ili' WHter If ib'lred. filuiil nf tin iiiImiiii farmer IHtld. llu urn lulu iililrr and )iiiins''r Int. In'fufi. Iiliinrlilnr a ihe yutmciT ilniriiMii Kl Alurrow Un sullen riillllr MiniewliHt ImiriT iliiiklliU it, a jiri'tl.v miiuIi' Iiihiiiii. uf a he twill', itHMirsil'l" liiUri'p Iliali llu' nlili'r une, iU I .en nir f Niiiinii. If'er hiW m ii'tiiute turn front Hie Tlila uu n ilni n .mil lliel wale". ;i im uRiim- - lulil hlit atnlli-niLick, Ken tuck 7 ulllt lei i i lie li.iMi.ril and if fnni Hie l'nll-- l Mif lie fiimil h.trp kti'fi oil an nut) hi Slam ur Tiii'u in tin ttili .' 'It a lrntik' i .1 I "! f tin' I'n'l Wini ttk Kiiumii ilw iiimx'iii uf i I mnklln It. hi iwtfnl In ,. n hi Winm Imlai- - .. (iMiciapni tli.tr atiuiiv,l llwl hi nurli VETERINARIAN. kjtiiw rm ii ttum bill he Call, Amvertd Promptly Dny htmury. b"i ilr. V V. lHti ca iu .Miirmu Phon Ninht. 317 Cathtr When Ktrnelt Are In Milk Stage, Oefore Cltilng Hit Ocgun CARDS, OHHH j l'ptte 'HATFIELD r Bb r. 11 11 till, J.J.Byrne Exclusive. t ltl ii'iiiiM-niii- i' I 1 ii' 11 - ln-l- J. A. Beozley e r - wtri'-liiiiiHt- fr l' hliu-M4- f H. mi-"- J. PATRICK, Dentist. l.illhi v 1 t Paint lbKtlt luun 11 n j"itnh. 111 nt ini ury rMii) iu; hat lie I .VHierieoii ii imuii he know .Mr. 'uiin till soiernur knim Iim ii i Ii ai;ropVv 111 LANCASTER, KY., R. F. D. NO. iMvli'i ! BIG LAND R. E. SALE 257 ACRE FARM GAINES' SPLENDID SUBDIVDED CLJlm Lancaster. Ky.. R. F. D. No. !l lii'piilillnin fur 'iicr' fruia ilie I'lfih liltini't, Thl Club Girl Driet Corn on a Sloping Shelf Fattened totlhe Fence. rVmr''!!!!!!! I'lmrUw ". Osden n.U'ir-ail- ) uefer liluck audjiiiiv i wlire. rent'jKil Willi lh keniel". The Ititnei I..-- 1 .Mimday he lull! In In ir 1111 in.latli.ii lit .ulilif I lir .Mll'ikle-r- l the the hull tittat Itinetitt at Ihe tip uf crainii are eall,v tmt Aniaibiii uf- - Unilotille, The undersigned hereby give warn-te- g Hi.et uf while iuiuliler." . Wt'rk after the corn biMninen dry. Spread to all persons not to trespass upon huHi'.er, he di'lii)'il treat Ihe kernvU uputi tra)s to a depth uf inn inrli If dry ins l iIuih; In a drier, tur land: for any purpose whatever h tu jii ui, illy hi ni.iklii'.- - a In (i Inch ir the ts we will prosecute all offcnderi uf 'eulureil prrm In r Mild nil- - ir urn U In In; ilrll'il In Hie nun, Slir the tho fullett extent of the law. Hunt H11I ilninli wumt'ii. I''.iiim uf ilnr era and fishermen especially take al Ibh ImelllU, :r.tiii - tjinrutishly neteral tlme cum-pai lm: tie- ilryini; In break tip any J1II1K" H. Itli'llltlullil, lli'lllinjilllr liuia notice. t tniineji. tiai. rbullriieil liim ui" fur ittrr R. L. Elkm Mr. Cora Phillips, In Drying Com, Sun Factor uf Nnl.nu. iMuit. mi lite Hi Mrs. Emma Daniels, It l priiitlnilly ttaMilble to brinu lie liu a yet tecelteil 111 repl) R. L. Arnold. AT A.M. tlevree uf dryn.e unt to n miltU-ien-t llnvv linn: d.i tiil wain In inrrv the ") Ihe 111111M11I heat of the Mill. If Mrs. Sarah J. P. Hackley. jum Ii dried In Ihe uii It h(mld lie Mrs. Emma Illscinbotham. Lacatrd Ave milet from Stanford on the lloone II gbwny. the hot pike in the county. Clone tu trhool, in liniiloii iif iln- - licptildicali parly? I he Itepnldleiui clover, riiigiv uf I0IK"U iniiuil liy pouring Intn lireail pant. Edd and N. B. Price. dmt Btiirjul'orhoo.l; met of thu farm lie well nnd U troi proiluctive lund. 177 acre in blue S" tlinothyind weet clover; 10 nrre f corn oweil to rye; .1 iirrciin tohncco towed to barley anil 3fi acre in wheat h i apptuprlaled the blllinii funr linn- - (''" Inc InIn tin, men uf the Ufune. and 8. C. ltlBsby. ltVI decreet In tesree D. M. Andcnon. ilred mlllluii tlull.in. lit U nenl Hilt aiinnllii; . Fine tobacco, hemii anil com land. An Ideal stock farm. Sad '20 ncros of thin town to grot. l I.S " ttiieiiter 1ir. Tlll lll.. I.AIKiKSr j1 ",r "I'lie in Ilie tun, in a tut-- ur) R. 1 Darker 4 brick of eight room.., halN. porchtt, etc., Imtli room, electric light nil I'KACK TI.MK ' -- Klcifunt AI'l.'HOI'ltlATION 0. 1. Kclley. Improvement r "'inmerelal drier. It J. C. Rigsby. Nice approach, tine nhade. beautiful yard,, all kind of shrubbery, HVIIlt .MA UK IN THI! IIISTOUY UF flr"'r Home typical Southern ver the house I MTKll 'IiuiiIi he (unllnue! until the unilnt are Mrs. Victoria Anderson, STATUS. flowers, ttc. You have that dreamy feeling of "llonuv Sweut Home." There it an air of elegance and rellnement 'l lll! and will break (hihiiNnI.ui fcrd. The Itfptihlhiiii l'a barm, the horse bam 12 s!. and rattle bam .TJxIiU' ulto Mx'JScnb, brick office about everything. Urge twin frnclures if Thompson and Tracy ili ICeiiltn ky Inn. InrreUM il tu ilie B'l'' t'leaii, outbuildings. One and "O'l H nicer-mirf acre of fine room In yard; lint clati double garage; granary I blslieM Miln eter kliuwlt In lltlt tnie c'ril'lied. j (waring peach tree; tine vineyard, and lota of other fruit. Concrete spring home and one of the very batt spring hy Inhi.iIiis all tnrlni; free the rnrn of llk- -. evcrlatting syringt on the farm. m tie whole country and tu or seven other The llepiiblltiin i;il .iliiiiiulntlli'ti iSbimet. und lit of cotf. Thl may be In IjiiiUxille ban Iuiih.mmI Hi.' I.UIie't iJ""e by pourinc the com from one J tate of the liainct family for year . the very bet care taken of it; - ' Tt.ii farm ha been in 111 1.1 anuiher In h Mrong draft. rate and Urn Inrsett ineni .'S.C.,' of it being in grnt and it i going to tell at n URure that you can well afford t . own it ui a splendid , ter known tu Hie tilleltt i Ueu- - mien inn ttirn i ry, more in cium-i- j .VrciliSaaWWo..'? f! It will pay you big return on th money you put in it. It will b. nubdivided in: tree, j wk.,' iiuliniHiIU. heavy pjper MVtitmtnt proposition. jwmen inii'lln bntt or i:iei)nheiv Ihe reiinl , the mi me. S. Tie Hshlly at the neck mid to tuitpurcbaicr and U ure to SKI.I. for the HIGH DOLLAR. V iiiieviT Ihe I!i iiiW!ihii party Uil- - tiliicn nltliiti a large liag, wiiicu ahu lVr.mmltv Iteirittetcd .Shorthorn bull; nine head f regiitcred and subject to rek tor Shorth.ru r gutcrMineiii, ilnTr aie limilil In tightly iliil. cow iud calvo: one jerey cow: tix licit work iiiuum; wi 'nu-fj ' ifer and calve; 10 head high grade Shortlwrn IK) not allow ihe drjliig prtHtt to ,,,,., u high. ltip from the time it It tinned unill big boite mulct, good one; one muie iinti cmi, in iirnu oroou ami worn marJ, moil ol IMm ntatvy " one pair Ihe torn It fairly dry. Com It a om fWe.yinr.oto cuinbin-The IjiIiImIII' N'ewo, a l .vtu 'ight draft nmret und bred In Jackone pair of thcte 3 ycar-old- t, conildernhle ol IjiiiUv file, it iimk'ng a er- - ntiiduct w lilrb contain I maw and on aged mare; two sown and IS thoat and 13 heaJ feeding hogs; 50 head tilt , Rood 0110; fannliiit Me iin.l.Mighi mi S n.iiiii I'ut llarr. tttcnr ami protein, ami If the drjlng nece,ary To run a farni of thi !ie; Ford tourim: cur, ID 7 model, buirtry arnhhurn,: nil UiiiIh rii.iirni.in of the liHiiiiHra.ic proti't It allowed to Mop bacteria are tilaire; the tilo lllled with richtwt kind of corn that made 1 barrel tu the ucre; i!UU barrel, of com; .100 bare of (1, ...ikei'i' lltiieau, uniuriiig mm, uf ipt to ib'telnp und souring lake place .100 bale of ttraw and other thltiRt.too numerou to mention. "ay; fi ton hcaf oat; tu hit illpanu;jiit'iit, with the I 'nil I It from luccti. If mm drying tnii-Interrupted weather (n lithi For ch Tnatmtnt of cent down on day .f iaU-- . XI U'.C per cent on January lit. m negriH who were tlurilign t Hie ruinry., Ithnwer, reuiuti by cloudythe Move and exceedincly eay 10 Term corn to tillt-IkUiTrfloiu .Militlipl Tuhrcufosj 1021. January . 'mUinecfrom. one to ten t& Mnitlnue ilrylng or the product may bi)R. In tutu inline Hun the Maintained 1 the LouInDo t, ' "Whi'tt uegrte" rubtl jMlll. iipT Icr DINNER ON TIIU GROUND. the ad(t)uate cf tuber, mil' ilile.at iit miiii For Shampooing Hair. culotli In Jl l;i tuei ct ' t!t..t ' .imi of ktateiiaii wiiii Li i( fallfi with Look thl property over carefully, licure on it for .: ,i uemethliitf worth ficurim; on; K will bear tltt wect. Li. ait, .Itatci W CI at fieti .iiiilit to ktvp ihe Ciiiittirutlou, , If Jim have oily hair, try, when Inipectlon. The more you look the more you will bid. Met u.thtra on tale eluding botid, m'ciIU.I aiitntloti, It I not only a fine ham? bu dividend prattUMr. W 110 lilllMITUIItl IIUiHM'lll". - ,l I HP thnmpoulitk' It, the Julcv of one lemon 10 A. M. Sharp, und bid on thi line invctment propoiltlcn. Uundiy, etc Hrjh grauod lutlead of tuup. Lemon tleamt the hair ,rutll prubbiiit of demucnicy For full partlculan, blue print, etc., tee, write, or plioiu either It. K. Gaines on tfcc fann jr DcSt"-- ' exltr.thc , Ia jnii want ilice nivni tuir.iii.'n nd tcalji pvrfectly and It cut tho oil. ful tuitoundlnfi. Mlitlalled III nlliiiiT If wi, Hlc,.fnr tittUl.ni lit liilml II intuif, Improve Colli Flavor, Siuiur llu rding, wbi bat proniU.d tu I. tkdlft. tiW J Wlun making coffee tprluklo n lit kite them full irpn i.tniulli'ii bluik lUtt M 1, tMhlftiSfa, Mtef., tUeli Ulid black woujtu In Ihu oIUcm tie lull on Ihe cuffre before pouring 011 STANFORD, KENTUCKY. nf Hit eouutry. tolling water, ami tho flavor will ba Ik. Block. B. Dia-- iJ. aoDderfully Improved. Itelns . ..ii. .mleiienil until. n aru .11111,111-ts- tl me uf by the I iilieil Stuten. TIiih lie earl verlnaef l Artlele X wit ill Iiiiw ile-'1.' I!, iil piele I llf Mill llllll 111. Illll Hill, '1'llllN H party 'wriliK- lu wiilulruw : m Hie Kiihruiilei'tti the n-- ! imhhI.iht uf I'ulumliia. Ilient, l'uiin-in.- -- tin' ' Iln.iii .iii.I Culm. Tli' .hei irt'.ulfi) under liepuliilin't t,r and iii.IhmI) wit' 'he fiil li !. Iihk lli.it llie, ,1110 would liinl lm-urti ti" i.,lli,i ..i-Ii- I'uuli- - rti'l - lwici ill- I hiiiiI the iri'a'le tBi'. hi nh, in i ml 1? une-elulil- Dr. Printus Walker LANCASH . . Kl Vltl k Honaker Fine Cut Flowers. John M. McRobcrJs. - trt-ul- l- N. L. PREWITT Auctioneer SATISFACTION C.UARANTKED . 11 11 AI! Live Stock, Farming Implements Etc; At Public Auction On The Rremisis 10-0- 0 POSTED 11 -i- x-ii u Wednesday Oct 27th am, two-stor- y 52 one-hal- , 11 U-a- 1 . """ i.'l.i-llk- couK-Mm- e ' .tat e ii.e.nini. e 1 cultlva-tion.'mo- it af lee 11 ta.i 1 Hu-te- iar d iu-t- 1 . 1 t ytr. lr PoeIon it lt, 10i. Hazelwood Sanatorium pbtir flh, at Li;..l.i'il w't-r- e hughes & Mccarty tJll 1., The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, Oct 14, 1920 JI K.H X X KX IT HKHX MIOTIC a ti Classifii. RAl Column a it a a wiiftl -- ( Sib Itnl FRIDAY, OCTOBER acres for Mrs Sarah J. Cone, Lincoln i B There will lie n pie suppper at the County, Black pike near Moreland. K X Woodsvicw school houe next Satur-ilnSATURDAY, OCTOBER 9th JtW a night, October Wth. Kveryhoily ncrc for Newton Bishop. Bourbon X promptly in welcome ami urged to nltcnd at county, .'tl4 miles Paris Jarkstown the proceeds Kill go to the Orphans pike. KAKM X MODI X H.S X K It Home at Louisville. TUESDAY. OCTOBER 12th acres for P, C. Weyenburg, Henry H. Lenvell's forget .James Don't Some people Insist that George IJiCrunge pike unit. Thursday, Oct. 2lst., at Washington never told n lie. No county, Kminenre and WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER nth-T- wo Flndlhllls at li.nik, ten o'clock. comment. farms I Oil ncrs and 101 acres It. for T W Buchanan, near CampbellsPAINT LICK FOR BF.NTs For year U2I IOi' vllle, Taylor County nerc farm nt Mnrcellus. Apply to Miss Catherine Ledford is ill with THURSDAY, OCTOBER Un K. C McWhortcr; 104 acre .for It. B. Wilson and Irirt the flu. 1015 K. Main Street, Mrs. Nannie Slavln Is visiting acre for A. It. Keltner, Taylor counLexington. Ky (tf.l SELL THE BEST MONEY MAKER EVE OFFERED IN LINCOLN COUNTY, KY., friends at Lebanon., Kentucky. ty, Friendship pike. FOR SALE. FOH SAI.K: Good f. tSth FRIDAY. OCTOBER j Mr. and Mrs. Joe Japies are guest mare, safe for Indies to drive also ai nrrrs for Collins and Willork and 102 of her mother. Mrs. Murtha F.ly good cow. Will sell or trade both I (', M. Durham, OF LAND. Misses F.llzabeth Conn, Marie Led- - acres fur Camhpellsvillr Taylor counA CONTAINING FARM Harry hason, for Ford Car. ty, near ford were in llrrea shopping Tuelay. Judson. Kentucky OCTOBER 16th SATURDAY. Hodney Italston has accepted a power ' OVER 100 ACRES IN BOTTOM AND 60 ACRES OF THIS IS IN DRAKE'S CREEK BOTTOM position with the Peoples Uank at this 200 acres fur W. II Melt). Anderhorse FOK SALK-- Tcn son county, (ileisboro pike Gasoline engine nml ensilage cutter, One man with a riding plow can cultivate this (50 acres. Corn has been raised on the land I'lnre. OCTOBER I9lb complete with belts, piping etc .yw. contimiotifll y. Come and see what it has on it this year. The balance of the land lius well and, Mr and Mrs. o. C. (tucker and son' TUESDAY, Kesldenre property, tobacco wareI hone 1. Jesse w. .manners. js ja a j,: 0f cultivation, well watered and close to the I'reachersville Graded' School, one Andrew were visitor of his mother house. Flour Mill, Iwts anil Business fourth mile from pike, has six rooms, brick house, one tobacco r barn, one splendid stock barn, .Sunday . i t. ti iciii-uii..it., irum v. rm1. Mr and Jlrs. ti. W. Moody of house for I. A Collins in Lebanon, en e , t titrvcii rouoi iroin pine ... resilience. i i. iiuupv, wee nines t in FOR SAI.K PHIVATF.LY. Theum 111 " lemon, l Marion county visited relatives here the' Brad- - Orchard, one mile frdm Preaehersville on the Lancaster and Crab Orchard pike, adjoining Geo. , Kingston former residence of Governor WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 20th e Suttons, and known Shanks farm. week. ley, opposite Uncaster Hish School 270 acres for It. II. Hussell. Taylor , Imilding, Lexington avenue. Mr Joe Bryant and bride were re-- county, Hoblnsoni creek pike, BRASS BAND WILL BE ON HAND TO KNTEKTAIN YOU. J. It. Mount., jirni visitors 01 nil sister. Jin. n. u.j THURSDAY, OCTOBER 21st A GOLD PRIZE WILL BE GIVEN TO THE BEST GUESSER ON THE PRICE IT WILL' .Montgomery- i 281 acres for D P Santera, Taylor FOK SALK: My residence on BRINK. Terms will be announced on the dav of sale. Mr. and Sirs O M. Boone motor-- county, near Salem Churih Cmb Orchard Street with two acres Mr. Stephen Walker, on the farm, will show anyone interested before day of sale or call rd to Germautown, near Maysvillc,' OTIIKH3 TO FOLLOW. of ground. House 1ms eight rooms,, the past week. 2 halls, bath room, hot and cold! HUGHES AND McCAUTY, Stanford, for any information. See advertisement for descriptions Mrs. It. G. Wood spent the week ! water, electric lights nnd all modern ) Get in touch wit'i "R..I EstaW You men who have boys, stand by them. Put them on this farm. . end in Louisville with her sister, Mrs conveniences, including nil out build-- ! IUdqu.rlr", o.'fiee at Danville Many a boy would have been a successful man. had his ft t her cnuotirnged and made his (leollrey Morgan ings. Now occupied by A. W Kavn- nnd Lancaster. naugh. rouosion Jan. 1st.. 1921.1 boy his partner, instead of scaring him to death. Mexlames A. II F.stridgt-- , M. K Henry A. Moore., It. W Boss Phone 302 WVtnt ton fin la tlwtat in I .innnln f'jui 11 1 ulu. tttij KmimsIiI IIUMI in th.i m. nmHj litt JV4I Iwu t M.t,viIIandshopping Kstndge were in 100 Days v. III 11117 l4tl llltli uiitv. will lU 111. In I I tfli . Friday $1.80. rr law I" 'not matte a success; touacco win uriiiK a Kootl price, mere was more tobacco consumed In ' .Mr ami .Mrs. K. It. Want are re- 'aHt twelve months, than was ever used in the history of the. country, The Hvcord will send the Dall) Some men delight in telling whntltne 'eriving congratulations over the ar Courier Journal 100 da)s for ft.HO brave deeds they would perform) How do we know? Statistics show it. Every county is organized, consumers want the j rival of a son on the Itli. This will take the subscribers thru under certnin circumstances, but they tobacco and the manufacturers will pay for it. Miss Cora Bryant, of the Presidential campaign and until are careiui noi to recognize me cir- - votes are Las accepted the position of assistant long nftcr counted. COME AND SEE THIS GOOD- - FARM SELL. EVERYBODY COME. when they arrive. iumstnnces ill the post otflce at this place. I want to see you if you don't make a bid. Send subscriptions to this otTice. . The- - B. Y P. U. of this place put BRYANTSVILLE on a program at the Ijiiicnitrr Bap-- ' Mrs. Ik C. Hose was- hostc at a llt Church Sunday evening. delightful dinner last Monday. .Mrs. O. B. Peyton is on the sick list having appendicitis and expecting III. and Mrs. It. C Hose and son, School Oct. to have to be operated on soon. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. lames Lear were in Nicholasville Monday. Paint Lick ! well represented at 1920. all the political speakings. Several Kev. II. Av Dawes attended the from here were III Stanford Monday. Trustee's Meeting at Georgetown! USUAL NOVF.l.TY ami genuine this uexk. We are glad ta report Miss Jessie artistic excellence rare and most Miie llainmai'k has returned from desirable combination are delightMi.r Stella and Wilmn Henry 'I Danville hospital and is able to sit up fully united in the programs of The rpent the week-en- d with their parents some. at Lancaster. Artist Trio Company whose merit j unquestionably tried and Mr and Mrs. W. D. lUmniack. Mr. has Mr. John C. Broadiit of Lancaster; O, I. Hammack and children were proved by the successful record of spent the week-enwith 3lr, W. A. guests of relatives in Nicholasville its members, in Lyceum and Chaullroadut nnj family. NINETY tauqua work during the past three OF BLUE Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Bowling enter Miw Mary Mae Walker has ac- yars. tained Ilev. Geo. S. Conant and famVKttA MacKKI.VIK. cartoonist ily at dinner, Sunday. cepted a position us as.t. in the High ' and soprano; Corinne Jessop, rrader School at this place until the prin- Miss Helen lilair Williams of Lan-- i nnd sorprano; Vivian Graves, con iip.il arrive.. ratter spent Saturday with little Miss' ' Mr and Mrs. Carlo Smith, of trulto, sonipo.rd lb company and Patsy Carroll Marsce. each tits perfectly into the plan of I Smith, Ky., have returned home from tin; organization jMr. and Mrs. W. K. Davis were both from the stand a visit to their neice. Mrs. Lee Led point uf individual Sunday guests of their mother, Mrs. and ensemble ford and family, . I Hell Davis, of Sulphur Well. work Mis Catherine Ledford. who ha Mr. and Mrs. II. - Klder of Nicho-lasvilThe decreed by are spending the week with WE WILL SELL FOR HOWARD VANARSDALL, EXECUTOR OF THE LATE E. M. been ill for over a week is reported has at short skirt niicemlng fashion least one feature. to be improved and will soon be ahlu Mr. and Mrs. J. Hogan Uallard. ( VANARSDALL, Women won't have to elevate them ON to be out again. Miss Helen Walker spent Sunday when a poor innocent mouse comes Mr. and Mr. C. L Uurchell and night with Mrs. II. A. Dawes enroute gamboling around, .Mrs. J. D. Burcbell have returned to Florida, where she will spend the from u, few days visit with Mr and j winter. Mrs A G Battier at lUvenma. Mr and Mrs. Henry C. Kuble left' Mis.es Beulali und MArie Ledford Monday for Cincinnati, where they and Itiltb laine. Mesj- - John Hullman will be the guesu of Mr and Mrs. NINETY ACRES OF BLUE GRASS LAND ON THE HARRODSBURG AND DAN- - and Ollte P.itrirk were In Danville A. D. Scott. Saturday to the foot bull game The "Community Silver Tea," met j VILLE PIKE FOUR AND A HALF MILES FROM EACH OF THESE GOOD TOWNS. Mrs. Surali llueker and daughter. ut the home of Mrs. John Campbell! I5Udc-Drr"Tatt no eeual Miss Christine were in Kiclimond Inst Thursday Afternoon. Delightful, far headacne, teas stomach, tor .Monday of lust week visiting Mrs, refreshment were served und quite a pM Uver aad feverkh colds . H inker's brother, Wm. Griggs and sum was realized. declares Mrs. Auoie Wliitmore, family. " THE FARM WILL BE SOLD IN TWO TRACTS. elOateCUy. V. "It Is easy to .Mr. and Mrs. 0. M. Moreland and, and Mr and Mrs. Wm. Colson take ad does not gripe, as a un,;James Bourbon, Mr. nnd Mrs. B. TRACT NO. 1 Contains about eighty acres. The improvements consist of line two-stor- y daughter. Miss Bertha spent Sunduy lot of nc die iocs do," the add. ADawes, Mist Zellah Dawes and "It I cood to take in a hot tea frame residence, seven rooms, lights, bath, largo pantry, halls and porches. Nice stock with Mm. Mrs. Colson's brother. Mr Mr. Collivur Dawes were the guista Wm. Ijtwson and family ut Crab lor colds, or can bo taken in a of friends in Georgetown, Thursday. barn and all other necessary outbuildings. This is one of the most beautiful located homes in I here i dry powder I can't uy enough also a nice modern tenant houae on uus Orchard. tfl tl f Illlt of the surrounding country. for v,,,:,.. " I.." u, "", ." V and the sick- tract and all the building ate in a splendid state of repair. rhe land is very productive anil Mr. Orville Boone and family ure iviiuilin Ull 4il it tusuved us." This Is a very at moving to (iermantown this week. is well adatited to the growth of all crops cultivated in Central Kentucky. Swope and children, Mr. and Mm. shrubbery, plenty of fruit; in fact it is ideal and must be seen to he Itev Young our Methodist minister, Harry' F.dwurds and children were tractive home; beautiful x nnd wife, of Nicholasville have taken appreciated. Sunday guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Becker. fulling Cove Spring, is located in thu corner of the yard. Anyone the rooms wluch they vacated. The famous, never Mr. and Mrs. Curios Sntti, of well llxcd home with all modern conveniences, tdiould nol fail to The ladies of this community gave desiring a small Smith, Ky., Mr. and Mrs. Lee L. LedK. Bryant of attend this sale and be the tfut bidder. a shower for Mrs. Jo ford ami children, Mr. und Mrs Gen. BUCK-DRAUGWashington D. C. last Thursday at' HT TRACT NO. 2. Contains seven acres of bottom land. located directly in front of Tract Noe and children, Misses Fnnny Dow. Of .Mrs. John Ilryatlt. , the bome in fin-t. ........ nr Inlmnon .....I ...... I... ohIHVmI.mI ..v.rv den und Kliznbeth Conn were dinThe rooms were uttractlvely decorat-- 1 ner guests Thursday of Mr nnd Mrs. has toe foustd avaluabltlver eil with . dahlias and nasturtiums TERMS LIBERAL and made known on day, of sale. Parties desiring to look over this Millard Ledford. wedktot.faiHiotwandi ot homes. Many useful gifts were received. farm, will be shown by Howard Vanarsdall on the premises, Mr. Jess Bejzley of Lexington and "I do aat hm any other liver Ballurd entertained Mrs. J. Jlogun PERSONALTY SALE At the same time and place all the pursouulty consisting of Mrs. Klsle Fiitts of this plucv were raedkme," says Air. Mary Q. nt her home, "Pine Crest" Informal- stock, crops, farming implements uhd household and kitchen furniture will be sold to the high- married in Nicholasville on the .'Ink Brown, otEuropa, Miss. "His Thursday afternoon with u "Sw ly pteadid lor sow slemach, a They will reside In Itichmond for the est bidders. Ing Party" In honor of Mr. George bad tatttj In Mm motaUi or torpid present but expect to ninko their Jlerring of Georgetown, thu guest oN John 1. Vanarsdull & Company, real estate dealers of Hurrodsbtirg, will assist tm in liume In l.oxington. Thtir (riends liver. I keep Mall the Maw, use r Mr. O. IL Moreland. During the making this sale. M with the cMMrea aad (eel M wish for them a long nnd happy life. afUrnoiui a salud course with wafers has asvod us away doMars la Miss Kute Kly, ir. and Mr. Joe un4 saiu'lw itches alio cherry Ice was doctor kiMB aad many dsya la James motored to Covington Thurstervtd. A delightful afternoon was led." n will bt guests of their day where they , spent The guests were Mcsdames laalastat fthaV anl TfWJ 'aimi") BJBBBJBJBBB I BaaFwj sister. Mrs. Mary Highland and famB. C. Hose, Jicrriug, O, M. Moreland, lord's. u ily. Misa Kate will visit Purii, tV. K. Davis, It. I. Burton, II. C. .. Heal IaUt and Lexington before returnJtuble, Mlt?Zuh Dawfi'j.iW.'May-inl- e DANVIUI, KY. ing liiupy " iublde uf next week. PHONE 520 Ballard. S Sii.itli' insertions K No Ail tnkcn for Wtt in thl rutiinwi. N' column vi ntgcil Seven t,rrtHii f price f the must Pltutie tii X K .1 " It H n tr M . GOOD Public Auction AT Sign Your Name. Some very good news letter been Kent into the Itecord office but have no signature. We r, will not publish letters of thU ulthottt the slgnnture of the writer. While we may not publish the name. we must know the writer char-ncte- ft have 5WINEBHQAD, The Real Estate Man's October Dates Of Auction Sales, Pie Supper. I will at Two o'clock on Saturday, sjte Oct 23rd, 255 ACRES - 'IT'S ' i -.- t r.. as-th- ',st f. j 1 j i. a .jmijt 1 i'illl f,iI For t- - J. I. HAMILTON. Ideal Country Home OF ACRES I THE ARTISTS' TRIO Auditorium 21st, U-c- d GRASS LAND AT ' PUBLIC AUCTION WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER le ?0tli, at 10 a. m Torpid Lirer M I ' THIS WILL BE AN ABSOLUTE SALE. - a ! DUck-Draug- ht 8 Thedford's i te I . ... ,,. vur n I. M. j r Dun-f & Briers AtiAcUoHecrt Company, I if f BBBBl BBaj BB1WJ Cyn-thlun-