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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): October 21, 1920 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1920 cen1920102101_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 21, 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. 12 Paget Today. THE CENTRAL RECORD. LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, OCTOBER 21. 1920. Big Raid In Edj.ro In Kentucky To MANY TURNED AWAY. 12 Page Today. TMimr riT tak NUKIIK 30. COLORED vention Told Lead In In- Saturday nlijht Ratification Is The ' Mr. Ida McfSlone (Jibion nddrewed Down To Laurel BlSML'0, n audience at the Court lloue lure it Chief Stewart, for wldch taxeil the neatlnit capacity of M,s. Corn Wilson Bottom Place County. of the Moonlight Hm- - bulldinc to it limit. In fact 1 an ear head Need. noot in Kentucky and thc founder hundre.U of pemom were unauic 10 Flbc(. n u. Unr(, StMlM Federal Prohibition Agents. Joe Thi. tplendlil aMeml)la(e fh()W n ,ncrpB. Illls yenr, llue inrK0. Depu- - of thr organisation, will address the Ket eat. Knvannugh arid C - Winfrey, "llatitication of the Lcnitue of nnd cul..,y ,0 the HE QUOTES THE BIBLE. KrownK realization of the ty Unitnl Stated Marshal J. K. Itnh, people f Garrard and surrounding repretented the refinement ai thc greatest aid to American fully forty',,,.,!,.,,,, mnmifacturcn of the cut-pcommunity, nml Patrolman Silas Went left Som- - counties In Uncastcr next Wcdne. ture of the miiwlonnry work," was emphailxed at pre.ent bcintr ,, irt(. ,,y, October 27lh.. t 7:30 o'clock. rent of those (llllliboro, O, Gaiette) UM,a nn, T,Urw ev,.nlni, tnR 0, (lf gup)I. from anevery teflon of the eighty-eight- h Hill" Harnett, n colore.! cltixen UoeUa,tll. (!oUMt.( Mr,. Stewart I. one of the most prom- - ladle... The ipeaker wa. introduced o,hcr oTrign countriM( nfl( tho (e-i- n nual convention of the Churche of 01 n very happy little upeech made by veIopmcnl of of Marlon. Ohio, ana a neighbor methodK r,vrr inrt f lhp Inrnt speaker, on the .tump today ChriJt in Kentucky, being held nt the - w - inK ,ockr,e Senator Harding, announce In a let" her Venice. along thi. line ha. Mr Hilly Miller of thi. place. m )U countr. ,rarchlnif ,h(. and vnllc.. Kirtt Chriitlan Church. very en-- i Mm. (Slb.on, who l.a. a ...... ..... i i- from almost every ter printed In trie .nanon .rnium, i iicneirniinK me ror w i lfmi nn( nx nfc ,hc prjnciIm mmr 'iliii'tt ilni'.uiu Declaring that revolutions in Kng- that he I. for Cox and Roosevelt ami state in the Union. A good hi ifajrinir personality. bcKan by fyink' f1(l.r cro, !n thc Uniteil Slnl. ()f land are to be expected as a result . . .. t . I... .......... ...... ..I ..lit 1...,,, I,.r nl Ikl. iiu ihaiioni ii vffiiiiii rui inu u'fi nirii vnt.. tin. Democratic ticket thil : ' . .ill v....... WCrt shiners. About nine o'clock the next "T'r. ToIimcco- Varehoue next MT form'r' rUU the con.Hct between capital and year Carrard ......... - If ..aar Iih 'day while reitinir on the ride of a Wednesday nlifht. t. 111,1 nxt President' of the L'niied State, '?? f to he "" e dl I'f0 manner In which the 'V?? que l,U.rr they di.covere.1 smoke curling .- 1- l),n,rr,.iie ,tv l.nd viiii.ii ntimu. eveniv .neiwecn Mh. Imi been huitl ng to make u livlnir f n lunir... ,.rvp,)p M.Vernl hundred yard' n "i non ix neinir tnuniiieu: inaL mon i. ! '" '"l" but it has been only within the ..'pail "otv 1'"-- I They surrounded the sinpiri- - REV. E. L. POWELL nbr. worth on an average of 20 cenU practically unobtainable In Oermany ,awaj ,... "..,i,i, " .. Mvir in ., ,i -.utructive ,anil lienellcial legliiauon . t , and succeeded in ar ,. He'. .. . . , ... - .. .. . . ' . and Austria, and describing condi' ii ..i i V i.J.1 vn.7 vmni uau in.- i.i- ace. 10 cents a pound. This would n I lllllirill I llir lUI viki iiru II. ...1 U'kli. ."tili:i lH tt uirl. Kuropc ai"ter-rlble.- " imbl.can, In a penod of forty year., bring the average value of the crop tion, everywhere in ticket all those year be- taker and O.car Arthur at the still pnrdienn " Dr. II. II. Crouficld. nre.ldent he didn't, the, Wh.l promi.e. to be one of the in proof of wh ch .he drew attention to J 10.1 per acre, or $1,170,000 cause he wa. told If and uhlle there John McQueen came 'of Tramylvania University, who hu . .. mtmU . inrvi-inml most relirejcniawve nuui- - 10 me reuerni nrtnr mi. mini Flax acreage has increased from 5,- - jutt returned from a three month, u.. carrying a load of wood and an co?m?.. T.Y.r' K" ne " . . Ijincan- - Loan and Child Labor U and other , 11. Let inn leu ucrvn n jijji, to ,) ,000 in 1120. 'study of condition in Kurope, .aid u""-- r r.enceii that ever aembed in ' ve.rs o. Republican rule. What d.d rr ter. will turn out tonight to hear Dr. vital enactment having for their yj(.t H p,tjlimte, ai irom i,t.. I K. I you haveT Sow belly and beam and Powell deliver an address upon Ject the uplifting of humanity. pound, of liber per acre, worth I ropc u thc of Nations..' .i. ... .i She ventured the on the Fourth of July . rouim ilea. 1P issue of the present campaign, t. a pound. The Max crop I Leagu D.f..t M,.n, B.rb.ri.m .. j.l.-- i. ...... i It'll l..r.ll.s i if.m t il ...ii.. ... ii. ,.',., the iiol salient point, of which will inere wain ...i a man or woman m an th IS uorth nbout SI. 000.000 anil old roo.ler or nen . ...n ...... , j. .i "If the League of N'ation It turniiiouimiinr inn - mi tiii'iuMu " ii"'. ,,e t,,r I ........ of Nation, which he ' that splemli.l iimliellre uho illiltl t j Don't let them fool you, lime. Hemp growing ha. received con ed down," the Rev Dr. K L. Powell M.cton ( Kentucky The mUj i!e Ii have more money in his or her pocket il! due for a bigger boom than bl imietu since the United! addressing the morning session, said LneUtrojr.1. nearly 1.000 Kallons of beer. !" J:"rnw,l'r. "'"'"T don't want to go back to oup The speaking will take place at the than ever before States Detiartment of Airriculture un- - "the crucifixion of Amenia and Syria were lirought lielure The pntoner. days, do you? "The prosperity of thc .Nation, (I,.rtout the work of breeding new Tobacco Warehou.e w here K. IL S CommiMioner T wMley. ""f-by the Turk, nnd Kurd, under Ger A Keoubllcan manager of a arrange.! to accomo- - sm- - neciare.j was wunouv a parauei in ,.rnin. .....i ,.r.couril..inlr modern ma- tillurdme. McQueen and Arthur enter-- ' leadership will continue the other day buiine. told me born- !,oiind ll'-'- ' ed pleas of guilty. while Whitaker.,,n,r ,,v" " AfriI 1 ought to be deported to South that Dr. Powell is without doubt one of years ago, i his snow, an interest- T,lu Lca.uc of 4vulion, Was again pretested hi. innocence. Whitnker I plat- - M'liM'eil down." ca, where all 'nigger.' belong. ing geographical shift in wo. tried recently and all of the men t He very ablest speakers on the toucht.d by the Rev. Dr. ! A. Hart. She described Mr. Harding as u ing territory too.l riifht un for him and told bun I, form today and his explanation of Kentucky, which form-- , nanviie. r..L.j0nal secretarv. "Christ's wrr held under I.imki bonds eac I .11.1 twit ,1 nr League of Nation, is said to be vacillating reactionary who would run ,nv u,.,.K ..v , u final trial before JudgeiCochran the nigger, and, f .vrn une ..ear. thai none can bu, see that -- way from the nation', responsibi- CoviiiVton I'mlit at in thr t' that I hojied bfore deportlon begin., cently. the only,. jthe adoption of the treaty thc ta. KOnc to Cox, on the other hand wa. willing to j 'thing that will put a stop to war. the League of Nation, pact would be states. Wisconsin supplying about, nn intr-rucia- t claimed to be hunt Whitakvr heart." signed. x that time mmiII improto, lag" face them with a lofty and undaunted I half the total acreage, Next come. and not cflnnnfted with the still. courage. in South Africa. J Minnesota. Michigan. Ohio. Indian. Q. O. P. hut Commissioner Wesley deemed the' WllllHUlS Con- The League, she said, was a patri- - 'and California. "In conclusion," write. "Mill." "the evidence strong enough to hold him Lord Jeu. Christ .ent his diwiple. a'"' "ot loatf cnl Iv .inl II..L vi. al.wlirwi In ra.1l.tivM Cert Singers. ' ut'r with such "stupendous issue an nt.l. over with the other three RANKS. abroad to icatter the meage, and moral impor tion, is due to the predominance of nITfeer did out' The above named people himself. The world famous William Color- tance as to comnell its consideration tobacco as commercial crop, and partwent about among the of Vjie best Jobs in this raid that has . Of .Singers are booked for the Opera u,,on the loftiest plane of thought. ly No 'front porch campaigning to the fart that States coming newbeen done in many months and they eil House in Urn-aste- r He tried to deliver the good direct. ' next Monday , while drafting the League the Presi-nig- ly into the ....... ....... .. i f,.. i Industry have i.. " " League Of I am glad the Democratic standard " This company gave a concert livnt ,ai) cnu., st.Veral republican Immediately adopted modern method. lewnes in making this "big catch, hen- a few year, ago and were en- - nenator. In consultation and incorpor- bearer I. going to follow the ame for large scale production, while, by rfpiiri ipans marine, vnt. Somerset Journal thuslastlcally received. lne of campaigning. in .. liwnlltv tW I... nlunv. tcd nun,.rou suirirestlon. from them ,, now these "I uiulrr.tnnd the fight is to center I .Sce will be reserved at the Opera ,nto lh. ,0cumcnt. kt ERS INTO DEMOCRATIC ro(uced one crop naturally cling to I 1 House for the white people and we tJ,me ,cnatoni wt.re repudiating on th Uague of Nations. If o tell (UUL rxtent to tho old hand method.! RANKS. Jimmy to come right out among u; an ln- TROUBLE. feel sure that many will be on hand own suggestions and heaping maledic-U- f their forefather. There is in the. there is nothing in their two plank, f '""eased activity T.r,"rved seat. ' Kvlllcncc of (lff.cl!on of voters now for poor man to shy at." 1,aur. "The ' mUe Grass State that may eventu-,rothe Medical Man ,,,e ii n in thp vn'n in hcmp ; mi cw. ernl aiimnsion ticKet . FOUR GOVERNORS ... . . .. . . .L. . th nutlon rat ' Sell.. ... With . 'are w,n" receiveil uauy ai me ixen . Kneiiue vour re.erve.1 .ir-- ts now for ..i., nui.,, ii couni imi ue Kuir.i, u- u, .nucn experimenting na. been uone tucky Headquarters. ... i.r nl u ,.rr....uoi Democratic s.n.....,.K ruum WIS fonctioning even now in no un with a view of utilizing the hurds, Pass The Intestyf these was contained in ing Morphine Is . on that evening. or woody center, which make up more a letter from Chns. W. Fobcr, of Dayi.rUn way Mrs. Gibson compared William II. than half of the hemp stalk. One . Monday Evening. ton, Ohio. In, ' Nov.' Armistice Calibration Bailed. . iTaft to Pontius Pilate, saying he was factory used several thousand tons Mr. Faber calls himself a Cox apparently now trying to wash hi. for paper manufacturing, but this A humping big crowd wa. nt the: He Is so interacted in the Dr. V. K. McWilliams of Stanford 'hand, of any serious participation in ue will need development in the League of Nations that he depot last Monday evening when the wa. placed under arrest last Thurshas offerJ Fine Display. ,,he uague way of shipping facilities and de- ed to distribute special train bearing Gov.. Morrow, day afternoon by V. S. Government one hundred thousof Massa- Inspector. Pish and Iline., who office' DiMruwing Article X, thc .peaker finite market. At present thc hurds and copies of Prof. Irving Fisher', Kentucky, Coolldge, The Mindims of the Itecord of are mostly burned for fuel to oper- article on "Reason, why you should chusetts, Lowdcn, of Illinois, ami hroughf the pri.oner to Danville for have quite a display of some of the declared that it carried no moral y ate the drier, Sprout, of Pennsylvania, passed thru . exaoiing trial before Commissioiu'i products of the county and are ligation which might involve the and furnish power for vote for Cox nnd Roosevelt." These Ijinca.ter on a speaking tour of thel ,Jwwi creditable indeed and attracting tary forces of the United State, in the breaking and scutching machin- articles arc to be distributed to the r Mcvilliam.. who ha. Kurotican war.: that thi. ltenublie ery. state. campaign committee in Kentucky, Inbeen practicing medicine In Stanford iinusiml attention. One of stiecial interest is n lurce could in no conceivable manner be- -' The train arrived two hour late less than one year, Is charged with diana and We.t Virginia. They are To be outlpor Thankl-et- y and only .topped six minutes. Hon violating the narcotic act. Messrs. butter bean, of the New Guiena vrn- come a written by a 'Republican with a speciKing Swope introduced Gov. Coolldge Pish and Iline. purchased morphine and weigh. 12 pounds. A hand, of the League meant that America al appeal to Republicans, Independhe speaking about four minutes and from the Doctor without any ditficul-- t omc kershaw was brought in by our ( would have to maintain the mightiest giving Dinner, ents and Progressive voters. Mr. wound up with a short one from McWilliams trial has been set good friend C. C. Harnett and i. three army and navy in the world. A sepaFabcr writes that though a RepubliCoolidge of Pleasant Grove Governor Morrow. Gov feet long and a perfect specimen, rate peace with Germany would fa- - j The ladle 0 for Oct IK. He wa. released on can he Is in heart and soul for the low-j Church will have an exchange In she declared. made a strong and earne.t appeal llarrodsburg Democrat Mr. Solon Henry is the producer of bond. League of Nations, and is going the She arralnged the Hepubllciin sens. I Haselden llro. store on Wednesday. to the voters to exercise their sufu mammouth siuash that tiw the Dr. McWilliams formerly lived and limit by giving away free of charge frage on November 2nd., making an practiced medicine in this county Warn at 110 pounds and is here on toriul oligarchy for holding up the November 24th Cakes dressed hen., treaty and said thi suspicious bunch cottage cheese, fresh egg. and butter. thi. campaign literature. especial appeal to thc women. The remembered display near Buckeye and I Other evidence of straying away had mint out a. many a. sixty "smell Any one wishing to place an order crowd wa. entertained enthusiastic here by many. from Republican ranks is thc case of do so by calling Mrs. H. C. with special speeche. by Itev. Thron-to- n n In: roni'nittec" without Wills Being Contested. single guilty Democrat and findingthe mayUryantsville. Phone No. U. Hose Mrs. F.velyn Suead Harnett, wife of at and Judge - I Walker while that Ira S Harnett, of Louisville, Ky. Mr. Supper. Two will of the late .Mrs Helle l(..nubllcnn twirtv. In n t..t.. nf .1.. (10.21-5t.-mwaiting for the belated train. Burnett is u Republican election ofbe- ,,,rratlon and alarm wa. conducting The Udic Aid Society of the Hub- Taylor are being hotly contested ficer. Hi. wife ha. declared for the will give a pie fore Judge Forest Stapp, as to which , . present cumpalgn nlong line, of Revival Lodge ble Christian church League of Nations, and I. making .upper at the school house there, Fri- one shall be admitted to probate "monumental falsehood and rajik dc speeches in the Interest of the DemoMesir. W U. Itlgney and Flute day night, Oct 22nd , for the benefit One will wu written In April 1120, reption." Church. cratic ticket. She asserts that the Turner are representing the local of the churchplease Kiting Iter entire property both real tw Kverybody ,itvct ,ln, 0tfcn . . .....I IIU ...... . Ii. III... I.IIkIiII.1.1 tr course ami urougiu lortn from begin, nt thc Fork Itcpublcans' stand on the League ques . lodge at the Grand Lodge I come and Uelp u in our wotk. ...... i .... Masonic time Our revival Church Monday night, Oct. tion prove. It 1. morally bankrupt. Cyrus Taylor. The last w ill written to time outburst, of hearty applause, meeting which is in session at Louis- vll! ,)r y- - W' Horner, pastor of this week. while Mrs, Ta)lor was in the hospital (terminating ilnallv in an Imtmsslonni' -- 6th Generous Offer. Church nt Lexington give, to Mr. Taylor her appeal to every intelligent man nml1"0 "r,t ,5nl'tit Church, CampbelU-propert- y Miss Lena Bright has kindly otterIn trust, anil at his death woman present to support Govomor vi"' K'' onc ot lh The Presbyterian Church whul: hits Ircih-t- o School Houses Sell. ed her service, to take care of the go to Mr.. "le South, will do the preach-W- . been under repair for several wcili Carrie Weiman and Mm. Jnme. M Cox, the intrepid leader lr The school house, which were sold bable. of all Democratic mothers, Is now completed and will be ready A. Dickcrson of tills city. The 'who had solemnli- l,i,.-- i last Saturday brought very .atiifac-tor- y while they exerci.e their right of suf- ease had not been concluded a. we If elected, to It will be a treat far all those who for occupancy next Sutnln, inoin'n- -. defend the republic prices. The Lccu.t Grove house frage on November -- nd. Mis. Lena go to press. J. K. Itobinson and Hon again.t come to hear him. Service, at 11 The interior decorations tlrreatened reaction and and the wa. .old to K. L Grow, for 1020; the lives on Maple Avenue, and we dare Kverett Hoover ,of Nicholasville, reA. M. and 7 P. M. Kverybody cordi- reurongement of the lighting, is beau, dishonor. llourne school house wa. purchased .uy her generous otfer will be accept present Mr Taylor und are defendally invited. tiful and I. receiving much favorable by Luther Humphrey for S07G, while ed by many un thi day. B. J. Skagg. ,1'astor. comment. ing the former will, while Hon. tt BURLEY brought $rt55 the Sunny.lde house Puryear Clay Walker LOSl': Between Mr Bat.on's Church Notes lire seeking toand Green Inst will proand wa. bought by Georgu Hall. have the Milk Cows. In store nnd Mr. Joseph's residence a K. U. Ilourlund left Monday bated. Itev. I long In the advertisement of the J. S. glovo. Never been white .ilk Boy. afternoon for St. Louis to attend the About fifty farmer attended thc to Ison sale next Thursday, we said TO-DAmeeting of the tobacco grower, of tworn. Finder please return Convention of the We.t, a forme r Gar- International Mr. Kobert j Joseph's there would bo two milk cows sold, .tore In Garrard County at the court house rard boy and son of the late Itobcrt Christian Church which convene. when Number Lyceum last Thursday night, called together FOR SALK New Pedaltal Exten-.io- n Please we should inIjave said twelve. We.t, who now live. In Plalnfleld, that city on Tuesday afternoon and mind and attend bear this by J. W, Newman ,who stated the obIn session until after Sunday. dining room table. Call thi. of. this salu if you want n good milk cow. Conn., wot In the city for a few remain. Trio ject of the meeting and the success lice. Course, Tuesday and wa given a Mr. Ilourland i being sent by thc hour he had had in forming organisations y his friend, who local Christian Church to represent it warm Burned. At O'clock in about 25 counties of the state. remember him to pleasantly while1 In at the Convention. In hi. absence Notice To While attempting to move a kettle An organization was affected and He now hold, u very from our town next Sunday, Mr. W, nchool her. School Auditorium. Uy order of the Council of the of hot boiling grease, Claude Rice the following officer were cho.en: lucrative position In a Urge Cotton II. Smith, formerly minister of the J. E. Rahinson, President; W. Ii. city of Lancaster, the penalty for all Gaines was painfully burned on each In iUlWM and i. making; Christian Church at Danville, will Plant Portland cement for sale. UurtM, and Blllle unpaid taxes for th year 192 goes hand and is now wearing those memgood. He wa. accompanied by Mr. preach for him at the morning serHudson A Farnau. Miller, Secretary and Treasurer. on November 1st. Pay now and save bers in a sling as a result of the acMr. Smith always has a mesvices. 8. T. IktUfTWOfth of tkat city. FOB 8ALK) Number osm Harvest More details vagardfng the organlxa-tlo- n the extra cast. Also she list of back cident. His friends hope that he wHk Mr. and Mr. sage eminently worth while ami the TWy t and Its effect and objects wHI taxes at advertised will be told Court will not be out of commission very Jeff Dunn, of Lexington motored over teople of the congregation and whole King wheat at 12.75 per .bushel. .. u Day. E. Herron, T C, C. L. long. J II. Wood.!' Manse, Ky. be given later irt' these column. L. community are urged to hear Mm. that city with thtm. from Makes More 'Money Under Democratic Rule Than He Ever Did. At eight o'clock BANNER AUDIENCE KENTUCKY IS LAST LEAGUE CALLED CITIZEN If SHINERS" CAUGHT MRS. CORA WIL- MISSIONS HOPE SON STEWART Of Season Greets Mrs. IN HEMP GROWING, VOICES SENTI- KavnnauKh, Winfrey, Ida McGlone Gibson. Blue Grass State Drops Disciples Of Christ MENTS. Bash And West Make Foremost Lady Speaker Con-Fro- m That Of dustry World's . N'a-tio- m er J , ,,, c iuin . , """ t 1 IC ..- lU ' Zr '?r.tf , -king n W' ....... hi ... ni. " sj - " i iruiii.. ......... l. ...... , ' n "".,fr I i, Tr:jt ir hemp-grow- I J? Spr .,,., ' SnS S,ZatL.lJt DESERT PARTY Misrepresentation Nations for-him- ... ' .. ht hemp-raisin- g I rprQ ll Jt Stanford Charged theirU. Z.r : ti: 2 Z'.T" T ,r .- -- rr "M'''"" - m TMyri i5.itsS!: .- Through Here ... ob-far- mill-ver- - t. SI,-00- , . I- Pie D Attending Grand - 1 ..!.. At Fork Baptist . Ready. ' ' al Km-nie- Christian Organize GROWERS Garrard. Twelve Former Garrard Y! First l.t Artists Four Taxpayers. Painfully tr r-- The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Oct 21,1 920 rASpcedVCl3ie you buy it Second: It has more than the ordinary leavening strength, therefore, you use less. Third: There arc no failures it always makes the sweetest, most palatable of mil-li- o: First: It is sold at a mod crate price You save when r.tmdoi Ovtrhtsrd. hate tn lie clever to make think j i hi ate deter when you're not. Itoitioii Transcript. Vou ieo-pi- e ist I By GENEVIEVE ULMAR 3 LNR R. E. McROBERTS, 'm ltl-lsHsb! I nafatir: a iff IJ1 IW.Utn foods. s of housewives leading tlonv lie science teachers and cooking experts. i i)ti Fourth: It is used by fm?0U SAVE V WJJEM YOU 1.. .'Jrr.T. IUYIT-WXEMYD- U "And the lienun, VlnnleT "To of them. i:ia.' tald Vlnnle Meant, with hliitric eye. "Oh! It n yet. They are nothnie erlou very nteo yomiu men. who eem to like my eniHtlli). nnd I have dlthled II relty event) tetweetl them," ""IVn? Von are cettlnc on fat. my dear ' niiiuneiitetl i;in Itevere. the i friend Vlnnle had. "I don Veil are crowlnc pntiiir Monder. eer day. and eierjhody thlnt o rlinrinlntf nnd deter." At which Vlnnle flitdied detei.iity for he knew the compliment wn "ln Nmiir t'nkin.1 Unlucky. Some of us neter do hate nuy luck. Now, In our hoy hood, for InMniice, there never was a carclty of teach- f Vfi Uncaiter, Kentucky. to !(. " BSE it lewder that c- -n be produced, was piven highest nwsnla at World's Iun Food Exposition, Chlcago;Pris Exposition, I "aria, Trance Increments as have been officially approved by the United States Food Authorities. Fifth: It is the best Baking mm m i Sixth I( contains only such r ft I Calumet Not CoeU Reclpst I cup butter, , Vup sugar, 2 .r. 1 Goes Into the Kitchen Today." ,h pure baking powder intead"c(tiMni uncertain mixtures. Then you will know ynur Mix plain flour w bakmiri are jpuff aril The finest quality Baking Powder at the most economical cost. The Merest HarKain That let el I; Cup n r.uts, iUrr Powder. ", tup c h' pped 1 Calumet regular way. Tt.eii ir.ix in lent on Juice. tepoon the rf4 -- fp. Ili'n flour cannot N-- artueftited. FoolUh Mankind! say tin ego I tin- conquerable. Ktcr) body Imagine lie I going to live a hundred years or so. although nobody ever docs. - Jud Tunkln I i Let Them Tell It Tlu proverb doe-n- 't slnte It quite correctly then' are hotter flb In the sen than wen- - ever caught, In view of the enormous one that Jtit managed to get away from nil the angler. Mean lth ire inimeoteit great rvlie the mall To rceelie orrtiw lgnlfle a creat ijtmn'it) of nmll To nmll a letter foreempty honor "' hon duration tell hmniini What -- Ores-- - To dream nu ll j i ltotnn Trntivrlpt. Wealth In Central Konoo. Copal I a relnou sum found In large quantities In the mnrhy for est-- of the Cent nil Koni;o. It In gath- ered from lirlng tree (principally ef the copalfera secie) or l dug from tbe ground In n fnll Mute, often being found In virxly rlter ttottouis. The natlte It l ind consider nble Ingeiiultv copal, in Minting searching for v'ii sticks In lucnlltlp fM'rlence teaches them It t t . U in xur. 11 iroii-tipie- Attorney Gained Point. St. Loul jury returned a verdict a dlmled and for the plaintiff. adjourned to a near ly cafe. The deent along. An fendant's attorney hour later the Jury was hack In court decision wishing to give n ! A ' ' ' I Why Ht Stopped Singing. George was ImprotNitig hoth wonls tng-Inand music of the ong be wn highly enter Ills mother talned hy his effort, kept urging him At lat ha n. to sine more of tits refused to sine another word "Why won't yon nine any merer til mother otnewlint tnrtled wn Sh aWcd, -mother, Can't when tie replied nmlilv and I's lolncd the union " McROBERTS DRUG STORE has all the new COLUMBIA RECORDS Come in and hear them. i. ii . u nui u iiiukti iiun M i "OTHERS" make their JF At. it is how does it meet the approval of the mot O XJ R i! w critical consumer. 5 WHITE SWAN, meeting the let.1 and defies a superior. We arc in. the market at all times for wheat, rye, oats, corn, and barley. We will sell you ours or buy is yours. Flour, meal, mill feed and hny for sale or trade. Lancaster Flour Mills. Incorporated Vlnnli" wn iroud of the two joiimis men wtin had met her linnllntieoiil it her tlrt "comlns out" jmiiy Miiurlre I Met nn had Intnxltiied an neiit.iintaiice, Mildolph I'yle. ntul from 'lint moment they heenme frlemllj rl vnl They were ahout the name aire iweinj three, and had cimmI mmiIoii and the 'ntornhle opinion of innplr l irenenil. They flattie" o far repiiintlon. hnhll and htilne i retf ord were eoneerneil, nnd nil) slrl iroiid of their ailmlrntlon otlshl nmt teem. Thore wn a xtrctiB contra! lietwwn he two joiiiis men n to teiniH'ranient. Itntli were courteous mod liMikliiB nnd t wn rit rininliis. hut .Mrttirlri ipni't and reported of manner. u nil liupulx and tie oIhIc ItinliHpti rttliy It a illtllcnlt at the tlrt fur A'limle to deride which plcand her linil tin- - lltely way of the lmrti. ii. KtiiHilph r the even kindly manner of hl le lelHotitrntltt rltnl. A time went mi tlieo two inline to crow mure nnd more iticii deH'nilely In love. Then. too. ihet I'osaii to oiitrltnl one .tuother In ilie wh) of (1ower. iMinliou nnd etilertait'. meiit. line ilay Itinlnlpti'l'tle ilrow lp to the lientii home to how Vlnnle a nutioiMilille. It hl drawl-nepretty little machine a If riHiile for ! Inter, md that tir pln almi: a well iate iMiiileViird wn ii dellshtful eHrleiice Vlnnle did IhiI Uinli'lpli wa tery promt hiii forset. of hl new niHlltlon. and tvoinlerl what Maurice would tlilnk of It. Not to In- - ounllotaiiced In the race for the tote of the rhtirinlus Vlnnle. .Mnurl.e the next da), to the dUcomtlture of Mmlolph nnd Ih" woinlermeiit. yet ilr llsht of the Mihject of nil this ndor Inc trlhiile. drove holdly up to the I ten in home In mi nutnnioMIe n hude more eluhorate limn that of lttldolh. It wn a comforlahle car. "I have t limit lit all nlnn; that when I hoiicht n mr I wnnlil set one with riiiin eunuch to glte plenoiirp to olh-t.Maurice exilalnel to Vlnnle. 1 hope you will tnke many ilrltet with me. and nn there in room for your father ami mother tte should he a happv party, don't )oit think" At flrt Vlnnle rather fatored Mildolph. Ill car eenieil cnzlly built for two. There wnt tin lrreltlhle f clnutlon for Vlnnle lit lltenlr.s to hi plonslnij tnlk. In hi dellcato attni-t!on- , ii iIioiikIi ihe wrtt (he only woman In tint world. After there had tiecit seteral drlte with Maurice, eemed lileal. In which the trli uch n happy croup did they repre. tit that Vlnnle felt lni"tlmahle crutl-tudtoward htm for the p!enurc he ttn hestntvini: upon her parent. One day ISudolph'a car hroke down on n lonely country road. "It will tnke me n full hour to mend thine. declared Ituitnlph, Irrltahly and Impatiently, "You cmi put In the lime ktrolllng niiiiinc Iho-- c wild Hotter." Vlnnle wan not iitepto to cather-iuonn wild lllle she especially llkiil. hut half nn hour Inter retiinilns to the rondkhle he tvn MirjirUed nnd HaviiiK dfciilt'd to tlovote my entire time to farinim; I will on the nlrnvt ittitiiud hen liookrd nt the hehavlor and word of Iludolph, who had not in my proncrty in I'aint Lick, Ky., known an the l!iirnam.aiul Utickur Mill. Meed her lie tvn nhuMns the nuto sell nt thoush It were ome stiililiorn Litw on the Th" lot is one of the most desirable in I'aint Lick for ItiiRlmirW pnrpo-Olie klrkeil It In a Kiroxyui of unser hee!iue It would not respond to freight rik'ht out of Uto unr into the mill. Has unloading nil Id effort to udjutt It. lie tllinc the railroad, .subject to loadiny; and hood upon the croimd nnd netunlly bin connected to mill, riuht on the sido of the track. IMonty of riom to handle all the heat It with the wrench In hi hand a coal -, uucoutrollahle child; coal that I'aint Lick would consume at any time. like koine virion. crncklui: It, halizod the mill then Mnrted nttny, evidently hound IS A ONE OF THE BEST STANDS FOR MILL, FEKD, AND COAL IN THE STATE. for the tniiret town and Its enrnt'e enllsht-encVlnnle Mil down. tipe nnd 12 MILES FROM LANCASTER, AND 12 MILES FROM GOOD COMMERCIAL CENTER. Thu niithurxt of temier had l charIttidotph ii to his iiumiik(-RICHMOND, KENTUCKY. acter. In ahout half an hour Kudolph reappeared with nil auto and driver Will at the same time olfer separately, or with the house and lot, the following describwlildi took them Imek home, tin; In ninchliv" helns left to the earn ed machinery: lured . of the Eunice The lllne of n relatlte In another One 25 horse power Fairbanks and Morse oil entrine, type Y, best made, one set corn own culled liudolpli iiwuy for a mid Vlnuifj wiih irlnd of it. Suuielio'.i rolls in trood condition, one set '21 inch French Itinrs, Rear drive, two Rood Meal. Hollers, two tvn. entirely dloetielmnted. There Week for Maurice Rood corn shellers, one good corn crusher, one 2fi barrel Midgut Marvel followeil ii delluhlful flour mill, one pair of Delevun, for he took Vlnnle nnd her 1000 Hour bttRS, about lfiOO meal biiRS, About parents out etery day. It had turned waRon scales, 22 feet Ioiir, in Rood shape. lillle cold, and Vlnnle heart warmed new wheat biiRS, anil 100 corn Ijbrs. he noticed how thnuchifull) Maur-c- about 700 ii hlnnketiHl the luarlilne. u thoiiBli nrluu for Mime real rrtsiture ini-llhorse power oil tractor, in Rood shape, one 20-:Will also sell on the same date, one 15-2- 5 protection, ami hotv en refill und en inch case stuul separator, with self feed ami wind stackor, one pair of u,xtra Rood lhle he ttu when one day the auto iiroke down, mules, two mule colts, one bay horse, 5 years old and a Rood driver. llefore Mudolpli returtil Vlnnle knew thai It wn In the mind IiIh Don't foiRet thi-- s splendid opportunity, and come and look ovur this prospqot a day or of her chlvulroui ecort to confc tote. She told her mot lor nf lliU and Incldeutnlly relatel the two before the salt. iticldi'M of her experience with f.-- Mime-wha- piiri"i tlte-mens- CARTERS VILLE. "Clothlnc Is cominK down," ehlrp The Dig ttoss. nn cxchnnis'e. referrinjr coume, to the Mr Hoyd Wynn tta u visitor In eter ohjecls to price. "No really ht h Carterille Sunday havlnc ome one do hi work for hint. The hie I"" 'an alway find omc-thtAny hrainles nut can tell a lie, .Mr and .Mrs. Arthur Matlock spent hlccer to do." i'orh- - Maca hut only n wine man enn slide mi', of Sunday with Mrs. Whittle. tine it without Kcttlnc caught. Mr. David Carter made a business Lancaster Satutday. Knlohtheed In Flower A man, tte mteht remark I al- trip t SlrUeorcc I! , lite rrteltmied l"nit ways interrided In his.tvlfe' clothes Carter ami fam.Mr. ami Mrs. J ! llh pnntrr. otiervln an acipialnt. ily petit .S'undny at Copper Creek. when the Mil conies In. Imitation of In call, ance slvlne an Miss Cria Knup spent Sunday with "Vou hate the inlk withremarked Many n eem of wijilom come from lloalnn Trlliirp out the roe. her sister. Mrs FdU Pennington at the lips of a fool. Hut tte are not l.owell. referring to any one In this Sta Water tlcctrolittd Mr. Iluford Jennings tilled his rewater Clectiolireo gular uprlntment at Wilmoth Chapel and an apparatus pmpertie. Some people go to church to make Sunday. which, at mull peifet ha few friend, some to he seen, Mid o water on Little Miss Pay Pennington was a cot eleeirolyze I tmt It i iio tie ued a a to hear the preacher. Hut every lit week end guest of her parents, Mr tle help. and .Mrs PeMt I'cmiiligton. tn Orant't CJbinrt Mr. JetT Pnvts and children from busy, And Just l'releot lrt,"- Imit lira i reiarl- -" why does to keep yur mind inter-(stin- liHlMrtapolts. I ml is visiting her hall bounce? An Cud" It H nf till, of stale a h.i .hi. 1. 1' Miirdi " noln hut iiietion winch Hsany people daughter. Mr Zack Hester. Mrs C S. Hoop has been with her tho cannot answer. relirnet lt lit 'iter tn daughter the past week at Lowell, pot nf atnle io I'ratiie I In Ti'ii h i nt i tVn.litiiirn He was Nut nil of the whilom of this coun- who is rejoicing over the arrival of n rer;iMiiiti.t n' ''erniiime of Urant's try abides under the kit f any one fine lm r,n.n i..t in end. second term man, but it is dilficult to convince some people of this fact. MR, DALTON COMES TO THE For A dealer in lllosmlncten.lll.. wits so worried over his Inability to secure FRONT. coal for his cmtomer tli.it he com milted suicide. Thnt. however, may not he so bad. It saves him the Tells His Friends and Neighbors of Hit annoyanee of freetlai; to death later Esperlenee. on. Utery ltncaster resident hould road what Mr Dalton says, and follow The got eminent has duly and f Doan's fictalty decreed that woman i He baa used Ills evample Kidney Till and speaks from uxprt but we tenture the prediction ence I them any need to experiupon her new that she will not ment with Imitations or untried kid lnirn Hiihu when It comes time to ney medicine J. W l..ltoti. furmer. Crah Orehurd build the tire oh a cold winter morn says Home time arw iritt of and all St.. I bad trouhie My with my kidneys. of toe It is estlmaUd that one-twhack ached and wo sore, and lamn and my kidneys wern Irregular in action. women in Prnace can never hupe to Kidney I'ills at It. K. become wives became the men have I houKht OK I'HONU McltolM'rt. Ans Drue Htoro and uel Wen killed tr in the ureal war them. The haekacho left me and my We have a few of the male ier kidneys were soon put In Rood order. I suation in thrs cteuntry whom ,we have had nn return of thn tronhlo Don't could skip over to our disconsolate I'rico 6"c. at all dealers mply for a kidney remedy Ret French suters without material lo Lancster, Ky that Hut they would probably lie fired back Doan's Kidney Pills thn sam Quick Service and (iood Work Co, by the first boat. Mr. lialtnn had Haffalo. N. Y. Mfr male u not always a man ns .VorV lnrne.J1VlfenH .. cam-tmiuit- Mee "ii nl nl i.h'-iiri- t; mil-to- n - ' Up-To-Da- tc Plumbing, Heating, Guttering, Roofing, kinds man'.-equa- l, init Repairing, lf !in Tin Work P.B.Williams&Co ak AUCTION SALE at Ten o'clock a. m. how-etc- r. e Saturday, Oct. 23, z lte, mil-mil- l, wltid-hleld- n-a- w.-.-- ny G ld i. Terms made known on day of sale. "Which way doe your heart Incline, leutV ukel Mr. Ileatii, And Vlnnle In reply leaned oter a iMiuiiiiei Maurice had ent her that liuiriilni:. utid hurled her hluohliu: face smld Its wealth of sweet, wed roes. T. J. TODD, PAINT LICK, KY The Central Record, Lancastei , Ky.. Thursday Oct 21,1 920 ENOUGH MEN TO SWING i I i I THE LADIES SHOES, CHILDKENS AND MISSES SHOES. lUMummmmmm mmmKrmmmmmwmmmmmmmmmmmmmKmmmmmmmmmmmmmrmammmrmmammmmnmm ELECTION BOY'S I ( I Enough men wear HART, SHAFFNER AND MARX clothes every year to elect a president and the reason they wear them is because they absolutely know them to be good clothes. We sell these clothes and guarantee every suit to giw entire satisfaction or we refund your money. You can buy clothing for less money Mian we sell them, but not the same clothing. Ask your neighbor about our quality. Our prices on clothing have been lowered. MEN'S AND YOUNG MEN'S SUITS $27.50 TO $50.00. I P THE HOUSE OF QUALITY. inceantl A JAS. W. SMITH , KNE SUITS $10.00 TO $25.00. I HATS, SHOES AND SHIRTS. LANCASTER. KENTUCKY. I j FiUic AT goi.'l wisi.es for the bride and groom,1 High praise for the leader of the who are quite well known and at true-- 1 Democrats for the past eight years tive here Among those who wit-- ! has come from the pen of two RepubIf mii IUiHnwi come to thor wh seek town Mrs. Christine Hrad-le- y Mr. I!iurd ipent Satunlay nes'e.i the marriage were Mr audi lican leaders. it. but tremble crcet In unawares. Mr Jn.. Naylor We often womler what will really with her mother. Like the kind of i ttwn South of Frankfort, and Mrs liar- h like, a Imppen when the world rinnci to an riet Taylor Upton of Ohio, have signe Mr. Willirtm V. Sptt If ywi can't keep the pace don't j Ym nrwlN't slip yowr cluihe ih t in we are m averne to beinj: eml, hint week. try t trip the thrr fUw. Percent-- ed nn endorsement giving Woodrow ' Wilson credit Ami start an a teair. lane hike; I fuxetl up that te have derided not for achieving the Mr. T. I). Ford wns in Lexington Nty IM what left behind. to avtait the outroin- and the I triumph of the "votes for women" TMV ! and Saturdn) afternoon. twitter cause. wwrW vUI MHslrrataml y for there iwtlrtng that's renlly 'Mr. Wilt litie wan in XkHefam'ille The Accenting to estimates of the Unit-- , endorsement to which Mrs. im. Saturtlny afternoon. Av(il the tmtv tfcxt kill. It is a ' lt' a Unti at whan yu ed State Department of Aericulture, South has signed her name read: Mr Hill CbrtaUpher M vMtini; rel-- , thert are only three per cent of the tuwn; "Today Woodrow Wilson stands lew f MkUa n tbr Isntnll- - Vusark ai nt vik ami friend here. it JTM. It tMt r w cattle in th United States register' forth before the nations of the world Mr Leslie Ilrunner attentie! the ed. and experts n that an increase as the commanding force for justice in Hwr'i lwjr a uwtc by mm Mwt lamm at Nt nm4 I exinirton TlHirda. cent to be accomplished and a world democracy. He goes of tno why J tfcnt It irr nfmM Mr and Mrs. Minnhr l!obinon an in from Ave to ten yean is u work now to perfect that which has beun A man is as old as his organs ; he wr kiw thoy nrir Mew. gt'to ajMtut Leal well north aiming at. What junior baptized with tire of battle and sealcan be ns vigorous and healthy at MJitmir in Danville thi week. ed with a covenant of blood a world Wit M tin Wkfi ioryba4y wurfc and no4km N'ewssjmsw dtspsUck 70 as ut 35 if he aids his organs in Mr Tom Scott and on of llarrod-bui- v Hub. can accomplish in increasing the mmmI is in stein." thr.t's u vll percentage of purebred live stock in wide democracy, a democracy in truth pcrformitiR their functions. Keep Sumhiy. were VHitur here frMM the your vitnl organs healthy with y (rM Mm i f fr- - You aa rnfe a thw esuntry was shown by some boy of all the people." Mr and Mr I.eiie tirtinner were ' 4 will. out in L'stick, Idaho. nhoppers ih Lexington Thurwlay. The fellow who toots his own horn And if. uMti' yau tMnkc ytHir nnul These lioys, acting upon their own StMHI. Mr Tom Jrnmtii; w. tie (W tn in Carter-- ! initiative ami aided by the agents of has a job to his liking ltfHI agwy takr. t kygmli, uWI ville Suturday on a chestnut hunt. rr. Hut Ymir ttttlk'kl'or nh make flf , tow. the I'. S. Department of Agriculture, Many a man makes a d. f. of himwtM tip uhnt yiu want it romt the rejoiring and the weptng. Your Mr Jnu Nalor told to Charlie nnd the State College, bought nine-- ! We Just ean't get from ua4f. 1p; t week twenty acre of land. teen heart of purebred stock, there- self when trying to bo smart, but onlon lnt .I ly the other fellows know it. Vl.lntr. hr v t tv .... U. It twit the town it you. Mr. and Mrs. K. ('. How linc attend-- j by increasing the total for their 1, ... iroobU Iiv. 4a The laws of tliH cttuntry weie 2'i percent. If the example-se- t We always wish our friends a merven (v i. turs j silmuliif ed the TroU at Lexington Tuesday. Smp men Bro to pure uf minti ami iru i.X k. made to lie enforced against every-tin- n , I M I'i're lilt. Vl! j' i by these boys was emulated by ry Mr. Jno Naylor wan in Nicholas Christmas in time to get a few but you. Hut ilon't mention it. heart thr) can tlixl notliini; to talk MWW .... . ... l die Saturday mornini; on butdne. the member of other clubs all over in return before it is tqo late. Here about but thr fault of other We knew youM agree with u. the country, it would uot take long is yours. Mr J. W. U'iUon and on were! to gam the two per rent aimed for by in Owen County Thursday on tmsi- - the department heads. When your friends begin to tactncss. This shows the importance which fully avoid you, stop nnd think. Mr. ami Mr. T. ronl were club work is assuming in this country. How many times have you Indicted nhoppera at Danville Saturday eve-ni- If you are not a member of a junior your troubles upon them of late club. Join today. If there is no club ' Mr. and Mrs. Jim Kreen of Chatta- in your section, get busy yourself nooga, Tenn., tire Wsltlmr relative nnd try organize one. The State College of Agriculture has men who Kurd Yoar Lungs With LUNGARDIA. here. LUNGARDIA opens the respira Mr Will Aiher of l.iWnpton. Ky. are employed to help you and they tory organs, removes the thick to l?lVt' ou assistance' Is vlmting ht sUter, Mrs. Nannie Jvn-- j wl'l bt, mases of sputum, heals the irand instiuction. ,ninr. ritation, dispels the cough and cold. Unsurpassed in spasmodic Mr and Mrs. Harold Scott of T man seldom fails to rec- -i dilTicult UronchitU, Croup, caster were guests of tier mother ognu breathing, and such kindred disthe truth, but only a fool Sunday. hurt., it out at all time. eases. Thousands attest to its Mr and Mrs. James Dunn were the great virtue. If LUNGARDIA fails, your money returned. cuds of their parents. Sunday at If th internal warfare over the Price. 00 cts. and $1.20 per i merits ami demerits of the League of Stanford. bottle. Mensrv Murshnll Srett and Paul Nations doesn't subside soon we fear Manufactured by LUNGARDIA CO., D.ll.s. Wilson were in Iincster Wednesday it wit! eclipse even the baseball scanFOR SALE BY McROBERTS dal and the booze runner revelations. on liuiruM. 1 I ' Drug Stor. And that would be "some eclipse". , Misrs. I'euben Naylor Wilford Many tongue wag few saying nothing A kinil uonl to miihp people vlirlt Hut the pic it a urtint in rtpixoe. vnnt to I've in the kind of n never jenlou nf ita imitator. It's You HUKNA VISTA l)elaet. I llt N'irho-laivIH- Boys Increase , tr or. YH )u age Of Purebred Stock wn yur yielf - tl. ttat MAN'S BEST AGE GOLD MEDAL f. i ' Trt pr Mroty Ur Ht tn ta. Un com-muni- tv (t Ift-fU- : j l. sal! I . u,. t WILL AT MY PLACE, 3 MILES WEST OF BUENA VISTA, ON T.x. HIGH BRIDGE AND BUENA VISTA TURNPIKE ON lloKL'if and Haymund Mays were in llarrodsburi; Monday. Mejjini. I.. II. Kulile. Joe Hamilton and Wilt Scott were in Hnrrudsburi; Thursday, Oct 28, 10 O'CLOCK A. M. TO-WI- T: Monday on business. Miss Itutli Ijine and Mr. Coleman of Paint I.ick attended the ball game at Danville Saturday. ' Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Ruble and faui. it USED CAR SALE AT ft SACRIFICE We need the room for new cars and the used cars' must go. pcnt Saturday nnd Sunday with SELL THE FOLLOWING PROPERTY A j Mrs. tlvnns at Hurgin. Messrs. Marshel Scott anil I'aul( Wilson attended the Hall (lame at Danville Sunday nfternoou. Scott,, who is attend-- ; College, Is spendinj: Miss I.ila Kay Five mare mules, coming three years old, 15 hands high; 2 mare lint: Oeorjretown I mules coming four years old, 15 hands high; one mare coming A years old, M hands high; one saddle bred mare live years old.lo hands high; one trotting bred mare eight years old 15 hands high; one half percheron horse, five years old; one roan saddle bred mare, seven years old; 2 milk cows; one two year old heifer; one Jersey, one year old heifer; 10 yearling steers, reds and roans, good stock; (5 good weanling bull calves; some will make good breeders and some good feeders; 30 head of fat hogs; In good buck lambs This stock will be put up and sold to the "High Dollar." Dinner for all. Terms made known on day of sale. I j with her parents. Mr. nnd Mrs. Judy and daughter, j of Nicholutville were the guests of i Mr. and Mrs. S. V. Wilson and family Sunday Miss Ilessie Hughes, the assistant high school teacher, of this place with her mother, spent the week-enin Madison County. ln K:iriili Ilnrklev limit-li- t Mr. Dudley Laura' farm near here last Many friends of week for 9000. this place are glad to hear that Mrs. Huckley will still live in this commun the week-en- d Col.' A. T. Scott Auctioneer. J. S. ISON, BUENA VISTA KY. Georgia Dunn, chairman of the Woman's Club Committee of Garrard County campaign, gave a splendid talk at the school building Wednesday afternoon and was warmly applauded. Thr marriage of Mist Kstilla Urown to Mr. Hampton Scott was solemnized Wednesday afternoon at Many friends here have Wilmore. ity. Mis ALL CARS IN A NO. 1 SHAPE. One 5 wire wheel 1920 Buick Touring $1500.00 One 4 1920 Roadster 1450.00 1 1920 Ford Truck, Worm Drive. 500.00 One 191S Ford Touring 350.00 One 1917 Lexington Touring,... 350.00 One 1918 Dodge Touring, 750.00 One Buick Chain Drive Truck,.. 400.00 1915 Buick "4" One 5 500.00 K-4K-4C-2- Danville Buick Co Incorporated Wet Walnut St., DANVILLE KY. The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Oct 21 , 1920 CITY PROP ERTY SALE For Delinquent Taxes. Hy order of the City Council at iU regular meeting, October 1th, 1920 I will sell nt the court house iloor In Lanrastcr. Kv.. beginning nt ONK SAVE YOUR OWN SWEETPOTATOES Laws Of Selection Can Be Profitably Appli- WHAT'S DOING IN POLITICS lt'i!llnitliiii figure in ill. Fifth IK, trill, nnnoiiiiicd ullirliilly hy County Clerk, proic more citfiiiimgtng In the Ivinocrnl than iId iiimilli'liil, A total of 112,1121 rrgiftirntilii were dhlited u follow: llcptihtlcilti. .VCStri; I ,'lii A Dandy 98 Acre Farm and Splendid Home to be Sold at ed At Harvesting Time. 1Vit In vmi O'CLOCK, on 25th, 1920 MONDAY. OCTOBER the following rcnl estate for taxes due the City of tancnitrr. The names of those paying before that time will be stricken from the list. L. K. HEHKON. M. C. of L, M5. $7.45, Dlshon. (5. M. 1 lot l'J17. $4.88 Dlshon. T. K. 1 lot, 1018, $15.00, Francis. Kclla lOlfi. $12.45, 1917, 1919. $11.43 $11.03, 1918. Orimes. Jim, 1913, $3.00. Hownr.l, T. M. 1 lot 1913, $4.88, Same 1 lot. 1910, $7.50 HnieMen nml Hcrndon 1918 $5.25, 1919, $5.25, Mnhan. Mm. W. M. 1 lot 1913. $6.00, 1914, $(?., 1915 $C, 1910. $0,00 1917, $2.25. Mount. J. It. ami wife 1 lot. 1910, $22.50. Vnnhook. O. II. 1 lot 1913, $5.25, 1914. $1.50, 1917. $0.75, 1918, $7.50. 1919, $1.50. Woman Club. 1 lot 1918, $11,25, 1919, $11.25. Walker. Alexander, 2 1, 1919 $50.25 Woods. Mr. Susan 1 lot 1919, $11.25 mrwl, U tlmrn ... mnnv v nrit frtmr This she tl0 linlnicntlent., ihe Itcpiihllcuiis IO.U1 it 1 lend ' f Arnol.l, Itelln, Whit. lot. linl $1-U- 1, Colored. Arnold, Lucy, 1 lot. 1913, $1.50. M4 $1.50, '15, $1.50. '10, $1.50, '17 $1.50 1918, $1.50. Anderson, Frankic 1 lot 19,14. $3.37, 1918, $3.37. Alcorn. Minerva. 1919, $3.00 . Bontright, Arch, 1 lot. 1915, $2.C2, 1910. $2.03, 1917, $2.G3, 1918, $2.02. 1919, $3.38. Hhrtul. Hill. 1 lot. 1915. $2.02, 1910, $2.03, 1917. $2.03, 1918, $2.02, 1919. $2.03. Brown Wm.. 1 lot. 15, $3., '10. $.C3, 17, $3..M8. $3.37. M0, $3.76. Ball. Kmanuel. 1 lot. 10. $3. '17. $3, 1918. $3.37. 1919. $3.38. Hcailey, Andy, 1 lot. 1910. $3.38. M7 $3.38, 1918, $4.12. 1919. $4.13. Burnam, Louis, 1 lot, '10. $0. M7, $0. Burnside, Huck. 1 lot 1919, $2.03. Bunlette, Mac. 1 lot. 1919, $G.00. Burnside, Mary, 1 lot. 1919, $3.00. Bcnzley, M, 1 lot 1919, $2.03. Itu I heell pluilHed for months liefme l war ;i ilceluri-- l hy President Burdette Lcla, 1 lot. 1919, $1.13, soil's Adiiry i'oiiimiiitii. four mem Crawford. Silas, 1 lot. M8, $2.25. M9 In hers of which are $1.50. n sine hreiilh Ihe Itepuhllcnns Codk, Willis Hrs, 1 lot 1919, $1.50, . ,vtk )pfmi lH.mm for Doty, Ernet. 1913, $3.20, M4, $3.19 thl t'ommlssUm's labor of prepare! 1910. $3.19,.M8, $3.19, M9, $5.25, in".", mid then condemn the Ivimxr Doty, Harrison, nr. '13, $1.70. 1918 for iiHHrcircdHoM. It l diirirult to realise the totnl $5.25. daily consumption of butter in the Doty, Jerry, n. r.. 1914. $1.91. Ne:HMs of IrfVHNtille are In an Mi .c than roar of lloll'.'iiMttoH Donton. Wm. 191 1, S3.19, MC. $4.50 United States a little more they e pounds daily. Some Hot sAne to lie permitted to sit iiiih four million Denton, Eliza, 1914, $1.87. Dunn. NarcU 1 lot, MC, $1.88, M7 idea can be trained by using the im- Ihe while mi1 ut the li;py Sin I. ports und export of 1110 for a basis. reWtal .to he held Hi the luoiivcr . $1.88. 1918, $3.02. Dunn Al. Hrs, 1917, $3.75, 18. $3.75 The import for 1010, toutlltiK 0,500,-00- 0 Tiibemm-leAt a recent mHln; of colored nun pounds, w uld Imt us fromMon-iln- y Faulkner, LouU. 1913, $5.25. 1914 Ke. SI. V. Hunt CmIiIIc) liifonn until Wednesday inorninu'. The $0.00 17. $5.89. 18, $3, 19 $7.50 cl the necro preaihcr that seen: :ir,,000 000 wv exported would last Milts had I mtii rat Hule for them no Floyd, John. 1914, $3.37, Floyd, Jock, 1914, $3, '15, $3, M7, $3 only n little over a week and n day. th HUIioo phitform. ArchllKild J M7, $3, M8 $3, 1919, $3.00. llecauie of the numerous refer- -' Carey uked uliother ih.e Faulkner, Frank n. r. 1 lot, 1913 tnces to importations of butter from , sems were scuiicrcd uround or whcili $1.50, M4, $1.50. M5, $3. MO. $3 Denmark, Holland and other coun-- 1 ' "'ey were resreeateil. The Itev. Mr replied trial sep.inite arrutli:,'- trie, mnnv nrn to hcllrvn ' M7, $3, MR $4.50. 1919, $4.50. Iellt hu.l heel, made, to w III. Il Itlslo.i. that w ,l..rn,l u.w.n fnr..i..n Grant, Mattie, 1913, $1.50. t"iirc unoweriil, ".Not for us." Necm tries for a ronsHernbl part of our' Harmon, Wm, i913, 4.50. up In , wlm, very lar irom me un. Harlan Anderson, 1913, $3.50. ,,. Ilm uo.i. mis ..r... Herring Harriett, 1914, $3.00 truth nccordini; to the reports of the iijp.y Smith rethul weHlns. Harris, W. II. MC, $3.13, M7, 4.88, M8 Uiiite.1 Stutcs Department of Airri- The defection frm the ItipuhlleHii culture. We export more butter $5.02, 1919, $8.25. fnrmer lt- Hemphill, Anna 1910. '$1.88. than we import, nnd our importations rump of HerlHrt .vmowH .M.iii.iii. cnaii Harris, Mac 1918, $4.50 1919, $4.50 are insiKniliciunt compared with the ' 'mieH,.i Huffman. Harry, '18 $3.75, '19, $3.75 total consumption in this country. )! I ft 'I lllkllllt.ittt fit ft it.it- Hood, Susan, 1918, $2.00. The calendar year. 1010, shows the f , . Hintt, Edie, 1919, $1.31. irrUet imporution of butter on rec- ,,u,t ..Mn...i,. Ita,ai ord in the t'nited States, when a Kxeniu- Harlan Howard 1919, $3.00 n i.atr owned bv Hit ron can I only 9,510,308 pounds; the owner of ihe UhiikvIIIc llenihl, euii l Johnson, Sarah 1919, $0.00 . Johnson, William 1919, $19.12, xporU for the same f the were :i4,- - trrneil hack to the inaiineiit Kennedy, Jane, M7, $1.88. M8$1.87. 350, IS5 pound", ittvlne net export of j l'iosrtMcs hy the Itepiihllcun 25,037,117 iwund. The exports of; 1,1 !ho recoiiMrmtloii of the (5. u. I', . 1919, $3.00. Kaulfman Mattie '17. $1.12, M8 $1.31 butter have never been hlfh. but thev"1'" rroSreHe, were completely Ig iim' wen' not iflien tiny hoi- Muyfield, Andy, '10. $3.10. MS, $2.03 hove oxeeedd the fcnports except In nored m in roiiKrc nor otHns throtuhoui few years, these exceptions being the nation. 1918. $3.87. 1910 $3.38. Siwuker (illletle, of the Mnyfleld Jrry, MC, $2.S2, M7. $2.03, in 1871 and 1911. During and since llniic, I'liMir l.viiiler Moiob'll, of the 1918. $3.00. 1919, $3.00. th Huroptan war, the exports have lloiire. Senator ami Myers, much tartrtr than nanaally. M0. $3. 1917, $3.00. the ithcrs III control of the l'pcr .Vewland. Sarah. M5. $1.50. M0 $1.50, llmi. are all iIicimIjwI mciubcrs of Woman came into pelitict with h' Ihe high protecthitiUtK' olil gimnl. M7. $1.50. MS $1.50, 19 $1.50. whoop, but let's hope she doesn't K t'oiuniKt this with the progreslc Owens Cfcarls. 1914, $11.73. 1015, chHiiciil In the iVmorrMtlc (Hirty. ltuln $3.75, 1910, 18.75. 1917, $3.75, out with n scream. lirilrc Colli), who was Theodore 1918, $3.75. 1919. $8.02. Of course dead men tell no titles. ltooecllV rlghldiiitid man, Is Wilson's Ovritreet Hob. 191S, $4.80. 1910, Live one need no uid from the .lend Sccrolury of Stale; Victor Murdoch, 14.60, 1917. $4.50. 1918, 5.26. in this pleasing occupation. leader of Ihe Kmikis Mull Mooe, ha 1919, $7.50. been upvltitcl by President Wilson It is better to be a year ahead of to the iitcrliite CoiiimtTic- Coiiiiu!I'ollard, Charley, 1913, V...76, 1914, your time than n day behind. The slon .Inlm .M I'arLcr, I'rogresaUe etui $8.76, 1910. 3,75. fellow who lags behind seldom catch illilale for lie l'r Idem, wus ele.tcit i'ulmcr. Mat. 1913, $2.26. by me I'ollard. (ieorge. 1910. $3.75, 1917, es up, but the man n the lead can al (ioicriior Is now Democrats of liulsi una nml siipporiliii; Cox and ways drop back when advisable. $3.75. ItooM-tclt- . Small wonder that the foH Hay, George, 1913, $1.82, 1914, $2.81 nier Hull MiNKers are turning to 1915, $2.80, 1910, $2.82, 1917, lHinoeratlc party when $2.82, 1919, $3.38, Warren II. lliitilln.' termed their lend Hobinson, Uge, 1910, $3.75, r nnd Idol, Theodora Itoo.evclt, "a 1917, fuklr and crook, and secuiid lletieillct $2.03, 1918, $3, 1919, $4.50. '(UaiI aunliuilf llunt'.&.a Arnold," mnl culled lllriim Johnson "a Iilce, Nannie, 1917, $1.88. in th Iff sunmt cf fuklr und a blud'yuanl. ' IIM. ID, IHU, ttt, Jilce, George 1918, $0.50, M0, $5.26. Uun'l X dlftruuf Ufd L.- hum nihil tft.ltnrntt t.lUJ, Sneed, .Milton, 1918, $4.12. bus tlunl. Two of the most noted speakers lu of suki csm. Ysu William, Jumes, 1914, $3.40, 1915, ifni, emSlthtltlMTfl csa't M,tm Ihe niinpitli.il, llitlnhrldge Colby will 1910, $4.60, 1917, $4.50, ii.iihih. Tiy il law it $4.60, bo III UiliUvllle on October ntid roOAV. rrtctTscsl 1918,14.50, 1010,45.70, Wm. I J. McAdoo will speak In IajuIs-TillSTORMES DRUG STORE. Yantli, Louis, Hrs, 1919, $4.80. oil Noieuibir 1st. -i. . . the State of Kentucky who will ' .1 . go in the market and buy high priced ,.Mm.,.m , U, need potntoes.They claim that their League of Xntloir. the nice In thu'l potatoes have run out nml it Is ncccs- - trlct will proic to hi- - try close l nry for them to no and Imy new appear a If the itMrlii will no' ' seed.. This may or may not be true, more than two or Ihn-- thoiiiiiid either but it l h known fact that farmer ""J" who select their own seed potatoes ' ''If effort t keep tin" public from will. In n few venrs. have a better "'" ,n" potatoes, especially adapted itrain , of llcpiihlleuii party, llic Jefferson omitv to the r own soil conditions, than it is ,,,,, . , ,,. posMOic lor mem i uuy in inu uFu A f mnrkct. 'fact, about "Amu nri:nr In ljmlHlf A few simple rules In mukimr Jhese mid .le(Teroti I'niiuiy rcsNleriHl Itc selections will help to improve the nilillruii, which Iiih Ihul the nlilien I Vino. equality and quanlty of iiotatoes. r' dlvlile.1. Iit,i ral. .ui.ioi In the first place, Rood hills that have "TW'cuii. ami nim- -t ii.uii n h " ",r " n larKP number of medium to larKe siie tubers should be selected ami the liepiilill, an ntiirhlnc if Ijiui llli'. , In separate boxen at .IIkkIpk place n ,a l n built up. The lr,.fll, time. Tin Is the only time that it ,,,tiillii,.n irne in the Suite is possible to save eood seed. It i mily the miIII iln tnlc cat h) If you wait until after the potatoes the the Itepuli that .v are all due and placed In a larpe pile Ileum, in tbe riiuulnc lu IhU tale. and then expect to select your seed the chances are that you will select IVriiier t'rfMctit Wm. Howard 'IVt medium to larne size tuber und. In li sen ndtie to otluTt t IhltiL worth folloultu nil probability, these tubers will come Hint lie from Mil. whrr.. ih..r.. w..r.. ..i.lv .,n.. bit If. Ill defending Article X hi or two medium to lurve sized potatoes die l.iinrii.' of .'utl(m In the New York Tribune. Aucut 2, ltr.lt. Mr. in the hill, the rest beinc too small to Tufi .ild I bellew that th liuiue use Mnce we know that potatoes of itie Irf'asue trulitviidi III Its Itu t up more or less true it M breed Hrlniice nli I vnmrnitlr lvues, ntid thrt in snvinc seed it is im- would jiKtlf and one who he, portant to save the tubers that come lee n ! Itfimre party lies and c from hills where mot of them are rnre iht sreat Ihmiii for the world that medium to large with a small number, ",, ,hi "'Htnry." .Mr Tuft oeiie mil iineau ..i isnonns II n.,tnt..H. in .....I, I.i t sreat rr'.ili hiiI neh!ee This is nlwuys preferable to select- - he N tie niiitlciilni: for the itiir the one or two medium-size.iL,r ttnhliif ImI .mmiIIiIIh In tit. tubers from hills where all of the rest ' i,.,ir. of the ItfMiMlmti turtj. who nf the potatoes are small. If a small .ri'N. rejei ihe entire League Air. Taft resiird ilul to ihe luantity of seed can be saved by w this method this year and planted in "eifure of the world. separate rows next year ami the same lictmldhuii rrttlcim that Kittled method of selection followed .lira in v Miipri'hirfd for war Is (T next year it will be found that in SiHie et hv iliclr own iirjMMi.Mit that the three or four years it will be possible I were iim, iiiikIi prepjntl to breed np potatoes to th.it they will for wur. yield from 30 to 50 per cent better tn The ruiuTivliiii.il "Smelllntf' than when the seed is selected at inlttee, lonidnl by oHsrimun Cm hum, Uepiildleiili, hu imide the u random. totindliii: dlM'oery that uliuont wur move uiude l ihe I'nltnl Stale FOUR MILLION ,. ,.,,, PDBUC AUCTION I -- WILL AT TEN O'CLOCK A. M. ON I'"8 ,,,. ,,,,. Saturday, School. Oct. lf 30th, Ofl'er lor sale a farm of 98 acres loeate'1 one-hamile from Huena Vista awl just across the pike in front of the new Buena Vista Graded ,. ,,, This farm lays well, and in a high state of cultivation no waste land, noverfailing spring, good fencing, good orchard, and in a splendid neighborhood. Close to stores and churches. This farm has two good sets of improvements and will be sold in two tracts, or as a whole. y TRACT NO. 1. CONTAINS 47 ACRES, A large S room house, with pantries, porches and closets, and in first class condition. New garage, barns, etc. TRACT NO. 2. CONTAINS 51 ACRES, seven room house with all conveniences, good cistern at door and all necessary out buildings. TERMS EASY AND ANNOUNCED AT SALE. Sold on A years time if wanted. two-stor- iiN-n'- a. d ! M-- t POUNDS BUTTER United States. Pftnunmorl Hnih' In rPhr: i j l.'rs (ih-.-m-.) non ,.! i mm ' BUENlA VISTA, KENTUCKY. S. F. Wilson ,.,. .,,. ,..,.., Having rented my farm I have decided to sell all my stock, farming Implement , etc., at my home three miles below Huena Vista, on High Bridge Pike on '""" l'ii, Thursday, Nov. 4th, AT 10 OCLOCK. -- .ul," ,i. lw, ytr ' Jee, bH az; LIVE STOCK One work mare, 9 years old; one horse, years old; one Jersey cow, irt. 5 years old, fresh in January; one red cow and calf; one half Jersey cow calf, ') years old; one half Jersey cow and calf, 2 years old; one extra and good yearling heifer; six shoats weight about 10 pounds; one thorough bred Duroc boar,2 years old. About 200 bales of hay; about 5 tons of oats in stack: about SO barrels of corn. 1 - . ECZEHra) , FARMING IMPLEMENTS One 3 Columbus wagon; one No. 12 Vulcan plow, one No. Ui Vulcan plow; one double shovel; one 5 shovel tobacco ulow; one riding cultivator; one fodder sled; one cutting harrow; one hay frame; lot of plow grear; hoes and pitch forks; one anvil; one lard kettle: f hemp breaks; one steel roller; one wheat drill; one corn planter; one push rake. Some house hold and kitchen furniture. Terms made known on day of sale. 1 rl lnr. lt uilhm, id, B. A. DUNN., BUENA VIST., KV u Capt. A. M. Bourne, Auctioneer The Central Record. Lancastet , Ky., Thursday Oct 21,1 920 Fair Destiny Br OTILLIA F. PFEIFFER i I Pure. Rich Blood Will Keep I Your Body Vigorous and Healthy I l llll, n Wtt dlMtinl N-- ir ifniun Indeed, nee," spoke Dilna Itoyce, but she limed, fur it was her nnlure (o resist i!i prcioti nod iiiifniiiillniis clrcuni-stMifces- Its roiN'ct, . F AM HOUSE. STOCK or S AND I RESIDENCE. Having decided to quit business, will offer for sale my entire stock of GENERAL MERCHANDISE AT COST from now until the first (lav of December. All goods sold strictly for cash or produce. A lsr a farm of 32A acres, of good sand stone land, well watered, good 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. e. tin iriilen from nowhere, (he liltnl mIim I nf tin. old wagon gone for Kmm, un, we won't get the trnln In lime What's lien In do liiiwV Tin-- . hml standi from Wliistmi, their home town, two hours preil on, intent on reurhlng the first (Kiliit, twenty miles uwny. At n hnd rHit In the i I they hail run Into a rut. mid one of the rear wheels of the light Wdgnii .Nctilnli wn drltlnc had ciiim- - ,n" and lay In the mad, a heap of wreckage. It was an liisiiilrlnits endliig to n U.iv full of hope at Ihe start. I .nil bad I n hroMsht up by n hmlh er ill law piHir n. Iilin.elf. and at ixenty two was no further ahead than . he hml been at tMnn hml tier (lareut III iIiIIiIImmmI, and had made her lima Willi i relatlie who a store In Winston. She hint Chen him faithful .erilie for the wieKhiil salary In had paid her as a elerk. (HMilik'eeper and helping III wife III her IliillM'Uepllii: ilne when lint huy at the .tore. I'or mrr a war IMiin hai I....U KtiiiijiiiL' lrii"riiiln he hail iHiiithi licr-H- f I, i.H r"ir unit hud aliamed a In lt lle. and despite an offer nt ill rrine In alarj on ihe mn of her Iwrslniiinliiti relntltei., had ausl nu oiiie inmiey and was on wiiitiln; her waj In the clti. It was a coimI ileal of n blow In the liapplnt-slid wel..Hlis nf Ijumvii.-,- ' when Kdtwi Imparted her iImii tn hint. They lllld heier spoken f line hilt lioth wen- - Inspired with It. Their him Miilmihlp f..r two year hml Uvu a sweet, Maieful nljl. anil Ihe Jarrliig eliimiii of m (ssrtlur u reck.. I the hearts nf holli. Sihhi- - day I'll Join hi. KtliiH. Mike l.aWTillle, (mllemly. "I Hall feel w.trrleil rihI uiiitisy. roll-roaUli-en- When Impurities creep Into your blood tho first symptoms nro uiu-all- y a loss of appetite, followed Ly a gradual lessening of energy, tho system become weaker day by nay, until you feel yourself on the rrge of a breakdown. Nearly everybody needs a few oottlcs of S. S. S the great vegetable blood remedy, to cleanse out all impurities about twice a year. It is an excellent Uu to take this precaution to keep the system In a vigorous condition to a to mora cully rcslit dlicaio to which every ono Is subject. S. S. S. Li without an equal as a general tonic and system builder. It Improves the appe-t- lt nnd plve now itronjrth and vU tality to both old and younir. Full Information and valuable lit. rrature can bis had b7 writing to Swift Specific Co, 1C0 SwLft Laboratory, Atlanta, G. lil WHY NOT Deposit Your and Become Independent The Garrard Bank .& Trust Co. i on-raln- ! itiii s THE NATIONAL BANK OP LANCASTER. 11 hiip.-fllll- -- lli'M.jll. Capital 5O,0O0. A Surplus J. Ilook-kceper. 50,000. Vice-Prest. J. E. WHITETEO, LANCASTER, KY., R. F. D. NO. 1. BIG LAND R. E. SALE 257 ACRE FARM GAINES' SPLENDID SUBDIVDED All Live Stock, Farming Implements Etc; At Public Auction On The Premisis Wednesday Oct. 27th AT IOiOO A. M, Located five miles from Stanford tin Hit lluunu Highway, the best pike In tin- - county. Clou- - to school, in lire neighborhood; most of tin farm lit-- well und is strotj; productive land" 177 acres in blue grav. clover, timothy und sweet clover; 40 acres of corn sowed to rye; 5 acres in tobacco sowed to barley ntd :.' acres in wheat und -- 0 ncrcs of this sown to graj. Fine tolmrco, hemp and corn land. An idrnl stock fnnn. two-story one-hal- nf repairing It. "I wilt walk with ii to the town, und nu will hate to wait at the until the next train entiles along.'' l.iiunii..-- , "a'lil I will hat e to 111 iii Ihe old watnii." Ami he. her atehr and her mA tjm writer, the) sisrl.sl aw a; after tiMherrd the hnre. It was at the end of (Ue miles that 'In- - hot sun and Ihe trump otcr tin- nitty mad brought a wcnrliieis that l forced rest. What seemed to he a n . d up siiuiiiiit linn ulUed them il shaded porch. They ascended t .tiid luxiirlnteil In sitae swinging '.air. IMna lnltiil on refreshing himsehes with the llutit liiiicb she had twilight. "It Is ijulle a plenlc." declanil and sniiii how Kiev dallleil, and somehow, too. their heiiutlfiil euvlrnn-min- t Influenced him u shmiU nut what had I ii on his mind for two years. He went all over the circumstance of hdr long friendship, tohl of ihe hive hat was surging at his heart. I.Ike Uinoeent little clilldren Ihey i)icued this great cllinm of their lltes. themeltes trustingly one lo the other, and there was one calm, sweet kls In tel. ii of Hie mutual pledge of lldellt) until the future had plaied them in a hisoii Hi Join their d.-xml-lstar-rjlnlinv-WIjiw-reme. lie bad hern allow'iil In and wagon helnnsin: in h, hrnlher In law srudgliisl Dial mm that disaster hml nterlakeu It he that his eaptliHK retalhe would lii.i.t iihiii all klieN nf hard et. tra work to make tip fur the eiii'iie lt Honor Roll Bonk It. DENNY. President. S. C. DENNY, Cnshlcr PAUL KI.I.IOTT. Individual E. STORMES, C. M. THOMPSON. Teller. HUGH MOB LEY, Ceneral Book-Keepe- r. (. WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. Swinebroad. Alex II. Denny, J. II. Posey, J. E. Stortnes, C. Denny, A. T. Sanders, Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors. II I OertelS bouble-mp-k The Drink that Leaves a Pleasant Memory Have it in your home at all times DRINK CoM Louisville, Ky. Incorporated Msbsrs of OsrOls Double Dark, OsrUls Dark and Oertels Light. N. L. Curry Grocery Co. Diatributor, Harrodsburg Ky The OERTEL lltes loetlier brick of eight rjt.iim, halls, porches, etc.. bath room, clectrti lights all Improvements Elegant ocr the house--- u typical Southern Home. Nice approach, line shade, beautiful yard, all kind of shrubbery, (lowers, itc. lou liuvc lliat dreamy teelini: oI "Home, huect Home." I here Is uu air of elegance and refinement Ijirge twin barns, the horse barn 42.12 and cattle barn ICiv'li; silo I tv25; crib, brick office about everythingroom in yard; first class double garage; granary and all necessary outbuildings. One and f acre of line trespassers. bearing peach trees; fine vineyard, und lots of other fruit. Concrete spring houe and one of the very best springJ Albert," she spoke tremulously, "do .mu not feH Hint this la u heaicn-sen- t in tne wnoie country ami n or seven otner evcriasung siring on the (arm. imitation, sent tn Intliienre us to This farm has been in the dailies family for year, the very best care taken of it; in high state of cultlva. strengthen ami bless our own solitary Hon, most of It being in grass and it is going to sell at n figure (hat you can well afford to own it as a splendid Mies and to bring happiness to two investment proposition. It will pay you big returns on the money you put in it. It will be subdivided into tracts children of ihe heart, who may wander far apart and nricr roach Ihe to suit purchaicr and Is sure to SELL for the MICH DOLLAR. pure, true longings of their Innocent Personalty Registered Shorthorn bull; nine head of registered ami subject to register Shorthorn cows, souls? Ob, let us make sure of these heifers and calves; 10 hend high grade Shorthorn cows and calves; one Jersey cow; six head work mules; one pair precious lltes for the fiituru and nur big horse mules, good ones; one mule and colt; six head brood and uork mares, most of them heavy Hire those who will Ik- - iih son and daughter In the years to come." tight draft mare and bred to Jack one pair of these obis, one pair .Vycnr-oldi- ; one combinAll In a maze, within an hour those ed marc und one nged mare; two sows und 18 shoats and 13 head feeding hogs; Ml head sheep, good ones; farming two listened to a proposition from Mr. implement of all kinds necessary to run n farm of this axe; 1'ord touring cur, 1UI7 model; buggy und hurness; Trude and Ids gentlo-soulewife to re silage; the silo filled with richest kind of corn that made 12 barrels to the ucre; 200 barrels of corn; SOD bales of main ul Idlcwlld us their own home, hay; 5 tons sheaf oats; 300 bates of straw ami other thin ; too numerous to mention. practically as adopted children, Mr. rnidi) was a scientific and need Terms exceedingly easy 10 per cent down on day of sale, 2.'l I It percent on January 1st, 1021, and ed a stenographer n writer the time. uirt of balance from one to ten years. Pom'txloii Junuary 1st, 1U2I. I he place needed an overseer, and Ijiw retire was the typical man for the DINNER ON THE GROUND. d In n room Just off the porch alt Hie lime that they hml although they newr dreamed of It, sat an old man and woman Allrt Trade and his wife, owners of iln- - pleasant r linuie. A olos.l hllml shut tllclil la-from i lew iiiid an n.-i- t window. As th life history of the two arlli-s- i Inters was borne to their ears Ihey lingered, drinking In memories of their own early Hies and, too. thinking of the two children who illiil. lenilng i hem lonely with n lifetime mrniw. The woman aroe ilually, her e- brimming with tears, and led her husband out of Hilhle hearing of Ihe nerc. num-lue- CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK. OF LANCASTER KENTUCKY. ALL BONDS LEFT WITH US ARE IN TIME LOCKED SAFE AND WE MUST HAVE ONE DAYS NOTICE, IF YOU DESIRE TO SEE OR WITHDRAW THEM. L. G. DAVIDSON, Cashier. This bank hat two Time Lock Safes, one of which is kept Locked. II. F. Hudson, President. J. J. Walker, L. G. Davidson, Cashier. W. 0. Kljcney, Asst. Cashier. Joe J. Walker. Asst. Cashier. Mrs. N. C. Hamilton, Ass't Teller. Win. F. Miller, Teller. Vice-Preside- NOTICE 0 I na W. 0. RIGNEY Funtral Lancaster, IHtsltlon. So Kdua did not go to (he city, and Look this property over carefully, figure on It for it is something worth figuring on: it will bear tb rl,,....t tjiwrcnre Newton went back home. inspection. The more you look the more you will bid. Meet us there on sale October 27th, at only tn Inform hi brother-in-laof 10 A. M. Sharp, and bid on this fine Investment ropolt on. It Is not only a fine home but u dividend producer. hi Intended chance In occupation. Per full particulars, blue print, etc., tee, write, or phom either It. K. Cainei on the farm or "Rare good luck," the relative trrtned It. but (ho crowning blessing of life, the happy lover realized it to be when Ihey married, to pat the golden day of the future at tit beaitlfvl home where lore topi B. DtsmlUU mi C.L ftlng, STAHFOHO. KENTUCKY. . wovid never dim or fade. Dirtctor and Embalmir. Reiidesce Pbose 33. J.U hughes tk ,CTMHI & Mccarty . Office Phone 18. Kentucky. The Central Record, Lancaster. Ky. Thursday, gc.t 21 l$20. " ' a"" '' M SWsssSSSee.MSBSBaiBOSaBSS.BmO. " REALIZES A RACE Tell It To The Editor. DANGER IN KEN TUCKY. HUNTING SEASON Is now on and we, are s i i Chairman Of Oklaho ma Campaign Com mittee warns a m 9 Kvery newspaper editor Is deslr ous of printing all of the legitimate news of his subscription field. That Is the object of his paper. Hut unfortunately an editor is partly human--h- e at lensl is mould ed In human form. He does not pos sess n dozen pair of hands, or legs, or ears for the, collection of this vast RECLEANED Seed Wheat and Northern Seed Rye. Rosen Rye, Timoihy nnd Clover Seed. White Sweet Clover. I White And Red Men Of State Again,! Republican Victory. headquarters for all kinds of amunition and guns. Conn DC Brothers. Flf DC "LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS." and defying all r'or Precinct and City Offices. .$5.00 ning 10.00 law, order and decency. for County Offices If you have a son or a daughTor State nnd District Offices.. 15.00 .10 ter whose welfare you value, r'or Calli, per line .10 keep him or for Cards, ptr line her away from the rcr all publications in the intercity. h'K est of individuals or expresThe smite of the deadly ratsion of individual views, per 10 tlesnake is no more dangerous tine obituaries, per line ..06 than the street where the most HuKi'ant cases. It is the old, old story of pro tected vice and corruption run- Ralct For Political Annouaceroeats. THE AMEHCAS PHEM ASSOCIATION cial filth and a mire of moral debauchery. $1.50 Year. ..utd Weekly. When sworn officers of the Payable in Advance. law are "unable" to detect J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. crime the newspaper men k) R. L .ELK1K. Local Editor and Mgr. out, dig it up, and expose it in the columns of their papers. In Entered at the Post Office Mall Ky., ns Second-ClaHut unfortunately the reMatter. porter is not a policeman, and neither is ne a court or jury. Lancaster, Ky., Odder 21. 1920 He cannot arrest, prosecute, or sentence. Member Kentucky Press Association And others do not in the The Central Record Lan-cattc- r, n Fernm Ad. ermine Rrprt ,.ntfr 1 ! rampant ...... ..... bright lights burn and the hell hounds lurk for their unwary prey. The country town may be small and dull, but it is clean and wholesome. It is a better place in which to live than the modern Sodom or Gomorrah. Think In Time. A word of caution even to the wisest is not amiss at times DEMOCRATIC TICKET. President. JAMES M. COX, of Onto. Vic President FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT, of New York. The season is approaching when all people will be making their Christmas purchases. The fact that money has been plentiful for the past few years has not removed the element of caution from our home people, and neither has it blunted their desire for economy. United State Senator J. C. W. BECKHAM, of Frankfort, Ky. : Caution dictates that we buy from a house that is known for its honesty and its willingness to guarantee the quality of its goods. Economy requires that quality be proportionate to price. The home dealer is known to you. He can not afford to sell you a shoddy or inferior article because it would come back to him. He cannot afford to gouge you because it would put him out of business. Both his honor and his business safety compel him to give you a square deal. Congress J. RALPH GILBERT, Of Shtlbyvllle. Is History Repeating? Are tho days of Sodom and vjomorrah returning? Are our trrcut American . iticH becoming so wicked they must be overthrown before They can be cleansed' Newspaper men in our metropolitan centers of population Think this over before the :re dcfatii;ablo news ather-r- rush is on. People who think twice be Their "nose for news" has fore they buy once seldom1 been sharpened and developed make a mistake. 'o tho point, where they have jocome the keenest detectives Mr. Farmer? in the world. Do you think it is right to tlx ill They are exposing rottenness price of your commodity In war tune and corruption to an extent unci now allow Canada and Argenlii'i 'hut is appallinn to all decent to sell their corn and wheat against you, produced by cheap labor, thereand self respecting people. h If of all the stories by reduce your price? This is being done now. they printare true the. more surplus In They are dumping their this country. Now answer populous sections of all this this by your vote. country arc a hotbed of finan (Advertiiement) s. one-tent- Louisville, Ky., Oct.ll. The fact that Kcpublicnn politicians who con trol election mnchinery in Louisville have lornted the polling plncrs in Best for Curing Meat. negro barber shops and negro homes, has nroused Oklnhoma Democrats to the nvoldance of similnr conditions. Cremo Dairy Feed will make your cow Cam Campbell, Chnirmnn of the State give more milk. Democratic Committee in n public statement Issued to the voters of Horse and Mule Feed. Ballards Bran, Oklnhomn calls nttention to the dc Kentucky Farm Feed. plornble conditions in Louisville. According to the divine providence "Is there a white woman in Okla of our heavenly Father, he called Portland Cement, Lime, Send and Rock. Mr. Cam Campbell, "who homn," nsks home to rest one of hit consecrated Common and Pressed Brick. Bale Tics. would voluntarily enter such a place? Mrs. Martha Sebastian oged "Republicans know that then is children. sixty-siyears, eight months and not. They think that the white fourteen days. women of Louisville will not enter the One we loved dearly, for whom . . doors of these negro barber shops, we deeply grieve and wnom wr snail negro pool halls nnd negro dives, and ever miss. She was a patient suf invented this expedient to carry the tier for most n year from the disease x- I asst w i State of Kentucky for Harding, ami pf cancer which caused her death on to carry It agumst Cox, who believes Oct. 4th., ItC'O. in a white man's government for the Those left to mourn her loss are historic state. her husband, Thump Selmstia'n, two "Whnt Republicans huve done in daughters, Mamie Sebastian and Mrs Kentucky they would do in Oklnhoma. Walter (trow, sevrn sons, Kverett, Kvery man with n head on his shoul Hutler, John, and Letlie .Sebastian, of ders knows that the trick employed this County, Ashie Sebastian of I.in by the Republican munagers in Louis coin County, I). F Sebastian of llurg ville would be, duplicated by the Re. Sebastian, of F in, Ky., and It. BRAND SHOES, publicans in Oklahoma, in case this Charles City, Iowa, also oue brother, BALL BRAND RUBBERS BOOTS, state siiould have the misfortune to John P. Hnmni, of Itrynntsville fall into their power." G. AND AND TUBES, Chris She was a member of Ilethet nnd was faithful In at On November 11th., there is going tian Church, OLIVER CHILLED PLOWS. tending Its services as long a she to be a big Armistice Celebration. was able to do so. prices And rijjht. Highest She was also n member of the for produce. Sells Well. Woman's Missionary Society and was The sate of the personalty of J. deeply interested in the good work. Ky It. Woods, near Paint Lick yesterday She had deep religious convictions nnd had the courage to always defend oods, was and conducted by it. (. the right of her patience In suffering a success in every particular. Mules selling from $100 to $175; Her faithfulness to her Lord nnd her one team selling lor I3U0, another true devotion to her home and fami Good Victory For L. H. S. i for $'!"!; cows, heifers anil steers ly were characteristic of her noble She was all that a kind and nth. r . tur was credited to pOI YoU.. sold well. Farming implements all life. possibly be the hi ni ol the High bchool root sold well. A good crowd wat on loving mother could Spending this Christmas will be IJatl tram last Friday when they took Her theme was "Hope in Jesus Only" hand. .and as simple as a child's faith was done on a farily liberal scalp, and the Huttotfllllc Rrlnr Jumpers into there is no particular reason why it Camp on their ground by the score of "her faith in Cod's promises. Women Do IS to 1. That she was dearly beloved was should not be so. Times are prosperous, money i In this country there are large beautifully manifested by the daily ("apt. Iloltwlaw's men went into numbers of men who are too lazy, visits of a large concourse of friends plentiful, happiness it everywhere, the enemy't territory with the deor indifferent, or too greedy in the ac- and relatives, ami the many acts of and nobody feels disposed to be either termination to bring victor' back to cumulation of wealth to go to the love and kindness shown in many a miter or a grouch. L. 11. S. polls and vote to pny the debt they ways during her illness. We have tome good stores In this The I.lnruln County lads played exShe had the ever present individual town, owe to their country". their owners uave grown up cellent foot ball and put up a good . They think they are good citizens, attention of one who loved her ilenr- - in our nuiisi an.i nave nripeu to makeUtiff game but the training of Coach but many other people think they are er than her own life ami whose henrt the community what it is a roM Mcltoherts boys wns far superior to is crushed to give her up, but regard-le- t piace to live. not. thal of M, im.u ot -- ., ro,.h. of all that kind, loving and anxWomen have always forged to the They Iwne a reputation for fair nig ike Hustunville Team. front in all good work, and unques ious hands could do, nnd the skill of dealing, and they live up to the re- Htir. ,faw ..i....,, tionably they will take up their new- eltvcn different doctors, yet it wns putatlon they have, earned. lKli Htlt d,..rrve much ere.lll but tbr ly acquired burdens of citizenship ns Ills will to take her home. The columns of this paper will be long runs made by Cos, Stapn and However hurd it Is to have our rapidly as they can adjust themselves advertising goodi exttntivcly during Or h ran were the features uf the to their new station in political life. entthly ties severed, we are willing holiday trade, and many a choice ' terneon's program, the II II. S. out Will they lead in the voting of the to reconcile ourselves to the will of our Fnthcr and bow- - in humble sub- bargain will be found among thosst weight) the losal boys by ten pounds future? ads. to tho man. The followim; is the man mission to His call for her to "come put the Will they We atk you to read thesM each ,me ot ,n Uneaster High School In up higher." to shame? I rid) game. She tpoke often of her departure week. Wo have faith in the willingness of ('ehran. S. D. q. II ; Cochran Ku- as "going home" and asked for her all good women to do that which is The wise person never got abroad favorite song "The Home of The for whut can be had just as wed at gene. I.. 11.; Hiiltzclaw, Capt. F 11.; for the best. Soul" to be sung at the close of her home. Voting is it secured duty. Cox, R. II.; Illation, C; Stapp and life. Women nre not shirkers. The sure way Is always the wife Anderson Kndo; Swopc and , While we deeply mourn her ab- wny, Men sometlmes(are. and you are sure of what you (5, Aldridge, Stagncr, Moore sence, yet we know that her sweet In- get from the home dealer ana F.lhttt, Tnckler fluence shall live on forever We K. hope to contribute our lives to the "Death loves a shilling mark" and cause the loved so well, and hope DC 3C truly so in the taking away of F.ugene memory of her true life may serve DCZDC DC Sutton whose death we noted in our to make us better, iimf that our lives columns last week. may be inspired by the contoling .lust in the prime of young man thought that "He doeth all thlllgt hood possessing all the attributes that well. May the (iod of alt comfort go to inark a successful and noble life give sustaining grace in these dark it seems hard indeed that he should days of grief. be called to give up the "unfinished Tis to hard to break the tender task scarcely begun." cords Previous to his illness anil death Wncn love hn bound the heart. Mr. Sutton had been manager for the TIs hard, O, to hard to spank the Telcgrnpt Co. nt Western Union Hrunswick, (in,, and various other words THE NAME TELLS A TRUE STORY. places for the past fifteen year The "Mother, we must part." esteem in which he was held by his Hut she was thine, dear Lord, employers was manifested in the daily And not our own, telegrams and flowers sent to his sick We prnite thee with all our hearts. room at Denver, Colo., where he hud For such a precious loan. been for several months hoping to WITH GRASS SEEDER. Not now but in tho coming years, regain his health, left broken from a It may be in the better land, severe attack of "Flu" In February. We'll know the meaning of our tears II identified himself with the Methodist Church soon after going to Gu., Up there, some time, will understand. and was u loyal und consistent mem God knows the way, He holds the key, All sizes in stock ber. He guides us with unerring hand, thirty-siMr. Sutton was years of Sometime with tearless eye we'll see, tige. the eldest son of Mr. F K. Sut- Yes. up there we'll understand. SPECIAL-Slight- ly ton of this city, born and reared near here, lleslde his father he leave There's still one good feature left four sisters and three brothers, Mrs. to baseball. It's good for the lungs. J. B. Dickerson and Mist Lucy Sutton of this city, Mrs. M. O Kennedy and Aha F. Sutton of Hryuiitsvillc, Mrs. Contentment exists when WEST. It. II. Hutchison and Tom Sutton of PKTRO it used. .Oils that penetrate, Hoylu, and ItubU P. Sutton of Hrunswick, (la. to whom the sympathy of gas that vibrutes, gives power untold. Get the best and tee the "difference." the entire community It extended. Wutch for the "RED TRUCK." On November 11th., there is golnc Sold exclusively by W. S. Carrier, in it lt.v.. r.i to be a big Armistice Celebration. fund of information. rhat Is why the editor urges you to tell him what you know to keep him informed of the doings of your self nnd family, of your friend, or of the community in general. It is the only way to make n good paper nnd a good paper is one of the prime requisites to u good community in which to live and do business. Tell it to the editor. He'll tell it to others If it Is tell. able. OBELISK FLOUR In Sacks or Barrels. Try a Sack Today. Genuine Kanawha Salt. Sebastian. ... x ... Hudson & Farnau THIS Viii latjtsjsjtja)Bt)a)a)a)tgsjBsj) LOOK At STAR J. AUTO TIRES and Personalty our are market prieo THOS. S. PIERATT, Buckeye, Something "Let The It" ...... .i , rn. af-th- e e Kava-naurh- Eugene Sutton. te SUPERIOR WHEAT DRILLS Eight Disk 8 inch $100.00 i Fertilizer and Plain Drills x dam- Satisfaction Prevails. aged wheat drill, has sown 50 acres$75.00. HASELDEN RBOS i The Central Record. Lancaster Ky. Thursday. Oct 2 1 . 1920. BEST AOVS . ARE WORN-NEVE- R WRITTEN XT wearing a Letting us sell you your purchasing one of the new creations in pair of those beautiful NEW FALL OUTFIT FALL SUITS, COATS OR V 7t BOOTS of spirited style, which we have which will carry with It our guar enty of satisfectlon In every par- DRESSES just received. Special pains taken in fitting ticular. THK ONK PRICK STORK 8 &&tmsszm 1 Armi.ii... made of the newest fabrics and V F.d OwAr.h our shoes. HOUSE OK styles. W.AI 11 Y ' WF ADF. STILL TkIMMINC OUR PRICES AND NOT OUR BUT UTTLK RENT TO PAY. CUSTOMERS .. C.l-br.tl- or. No I tlh.,. Mrr. Kliabeth Dillon, of Stanford him been vicitintr Mm. N'. Miller Just received Cider Mill, Manure opreader, Hay. (Interior Journal) wa OllO mci , i nui ac v v uceti jum in, k order of whom. Culley, and rram Pffayf RllP'O'lPQ flnH 'attending "IC nf the tMm, w,ar nanr1 Inrryif Amli.r. u "" m.., j,.au, Harness Cheap. ni.m u very gratify ng their friends, to $99.00 1;;' h" i"1Urr Cooks and Ranges -. t , M.e. Mr I). W. Matan and F. I). Mr. T. K. Wiiton. of Muck Joe. h.rr .Men. Ky, i vi.itlng Iter friend, Mit Kmmu , 60fb is Moores nm IM)W(,y Thm ,Hn l C. all tM pi-t- !"u We Save One Third Of The Expense Tin Winter By Heating: ''i our Home With A Heaters $10. to $40. Wire Fence 90cts. $25.00 &, . - Mr- - i to which .m. i uim. iL- , many. i 1 . J. R. MOUNT Tb( 1 1 rl DiJ Houcc ' CO. ' 'nc - n.n- , i w Fricnrk here will b ,nterct.. ,,i Air Tight Stoves Cnxsin About tCOPIC S Indfcitwpoli. The mmWatkint, tavmg Munc--. m.i Mr Vm.4 Wlkr and .taudrter. K15"n th " ,Mfc Murj Mno Wilder. ht vM-M , F ' tW KlkiM. Jr.. of Atlanta i. n.4U, SntMr.lnw. , few Imv ih ilounl K).. OH hu .nml a urnnl-aof Cant T A Klkin n at of thin city. MIm MIhhh Miu I'ohiiMon Mr. Klkin lioliU a lucrn Mm Virginia Conn, of l.xwglon bam SuHiUy from Lexington where tiv poition with the United Drug wi-wltr. her brother. thr U Httrmlitii; State Unierhy. Compiniy. of Honton. - m ,'' n Mr. J. Mr nnd t1 V Arcy J Uyi in Stunfortl. iu!inc t)vlsinteii to thi tenth iinnuil 11: U'llliurii .ManninL of Atkintul ' f i'adtt IIjck .... nun ...rm i "i I Mrv (i. M ...... r 1111 ....i ... ,i. i.wt,ui .fif v. ....... ..i lau.,.!,' a nuwy' un u .... ...iv.i. ir vi nviv ir. n with her tvr, Mr. J (5. COI1H I ,L A.. ..f M Il,.....i, Tl. LOmptiwary Atteiulance to wruk. onr iUy l heli! in Chicniro Novemu-- i H , 1, Mr J A. Ainon ami Jn, Colli I'i'finJ 13 have-U'enp.iuinlnl hy Mr ml Mr, llrjtnn Wllwot a frw John.on iont the werk.eml in Clay (Iineinor Kilwin I". Morow. The vlitlnc Mr. ami Mr. Jneoli City, of Mr. Carrie 't HurnsThe Cheaper Grade Of Coal And Makes More Heat. All Kinds Of Heating: Stoves and Ranges. The Prices Are Reasonable. ' ''J Tr.i.y .ln i n.... i.. lt irre. 1 Iwvi-We- n Mr. Urn Woodi a frv frlt-m- cntrrUin. Sumlny t tllnnrrj urnl .Mr. Kobln- Jrn.cn, of Frankfort. Mr. I. C. Cronev Vvr .Uuch-- 1 'the i:uet. Kluabeth-- . School iniperintendentii: tn loMrti that town. C I OiUjrsa tt Re' ."m.nt PUtimjm Tin- tplf AJr. Turn Atn4rtn l conllne4 to hi Wilton, l.extnctan; P J. Arnold,, Milns, , MiI'lntliiiim in.ii.i . Currvy l viltlnj; lit-- r Mr Arthu.a lull lli- - TrtitV illif M- .bed iit.tlie horn f hi dauuhter. Mr. U'eoruetovvu; Mit ?r.i W. Colvin.i men In r.'M itiHuitif in t .tl..i. f'ef ( ! ti Jauchtrr, Mr. Fihrr Cnlnr untl Mr. MKm- Mayme and Kthel Walter lin 'mil'" unit H. Camliolltville; Mit Siimc Dawson, Anifrtm In tTTIA n,l n al Anderaon. fiatnr In Danville. I'llM I;IH. I lltl tll . "I"' and 8Ut, Mlt Mollie Walter, have ti i Vtirwille and Mit A.ldie Yeaser. Mt. . uj at rtrt n vmIu.s-- ill llrt p'to-t- i ii. Kiiitih .(. it n mil AiihtIm-- I i lttl tims.'f" In. 'immIht n I. recent cue., af Mr. U.K. Wal-- ' Mr. John Douon. of Shurp.hur,;. b"" Imiir nf niillltij ntiil MimIi. 4 wn fmiiiil ..."iiii-r-H- ill h..hMnthejtue.tofhexCrandmoth.!,r. in i.ex.npnn. ,w of the ...ott enjoyable .ocul e'tuvlnllt- In tn iitt.iit.fi. - f lntn. lilli'liim iiilrf,.iill.l ..in ni Sny, M,M Virvinln Conn lm returned itIt l. tr. Jane Hallow. eventa of the vaon wa held Tue. lent 'i.t the tieer hn mmi. Ilie Hmi li.i iil.'l. u I Hi'.t 'lie l.rnlnl imrtt ! Imlf rftmirr in 'day morning whi-!h home In Uxiilirton after pend-- i llftcen Kuet tn nnv , , ! 'ml before Hie ..ir Milliliter i'Mimi for e.-l- r i.'.rt ty ivorl by ' ' JO "onu; " Will Dlckcron and Mr. D.ckrr.on. brother, A. O Montgomery nml tittei 'Lexington Muunl' avenue. The airalr wa .. .I-- .. .....t .....i .Mr. Cha. IIukIih Tuesday and Wed .... ....I. t IMIIII H.I.. Kiven in honor of Mr. T M. Wil.nm, Mr, l.ucy Orrcory Arnold, of Win. children left for their home in nan netday. with Mra. of llowlinc (.reen, nml Mr, llraham ehtitcr, iHnt the week-enAngelo, Texas, Tuetday nfternoon afMary Arnoltl. "f s AnKclo. Texa. The Joe Krnnci and .Mi relDudley Cor.le,, and children Mr. ter a month pleatunt tay with nun "Die Were uecoruieu wttn have returtuMl to their home in Frank. ative here and in Danville.. Mr. Wheeler, of Danville, tf..ri fi..r n .i,rt vi.it itk h,.r ,,nr .untiUe of lovely dahlia, rote and .tauk'ltter, Mr. yr linij of jj. j ChMtnut and been the nntturtium. A deliriou vum - " m .mi-Hen Woods and Mr Wood, on Dan- - ,fhilllrt.n, Mr. .erve.1 after the Kan.e.. Mr. T j. r,.yton ' ville avenue. Xot Itieluillni: the honor Kuvtt, .pent the day Sunday with their) were; Mute Helen Mr atul Mr. N'. M. Haker and Mr. thote prei-n- t ,VU uncl". Mr Mr Cha,l,t Drnman. who ha been ,In . Ml! i Wilbern Manning of Miuourt and and Martha (Sill. MU Kliiabeth (iibb r.ii.tuurv. rvy. Mnu Henley V. vitltlnc her iter. "THE PRODUCT OF EXPEKIENCE" Mr. Ilayden l.eavell havu returned ;Jli hue Shelby Maon, .Mit Mayme Haitln. ha returnrd to her home in, J. V McKemie and littto from a ten day visit to l'ulntki and Hallnnl and Metdame George D. r N'lrholatville. of Mt. Vernon, Mr. I.ockcattle relative.. Kobinnon. Hocun Hallard, Joteph K. ' t M piiii .'U It. . M i.fl.n .iii.i ..hi. ...mi- WE to do with CIa- - S""0". Mr. and Mr. Jim Anilenon, oi. , m... ............ n.M f.,.i....i. tJ 111(1(7 Ol llll!IUl, ....n, J. ."III., ..ii. Jnhn V. St..rm...n. U'itllun. II of Mr. .Sim Ander-en- , Kntua. ore cuet tftvi tut 4t are upendini; the week with hutim in Nicholavllle Saturday where Iturton, Mr. Virgil people Chevrolet Mr. and Mr. Dick Andrrton, on Tiionion Klnmiird an' xhc went to meet Mr. Ida McGloue Mr. Mr. and Mr. Ilayden John Haughmnn, t Danville Maple nvenue. (Slbton, of Chicago, who poke at the Kliiabeth Joseph liat relumed Court lloute SntunLiy evening. Mi. Darnall had the mlafortune toi Mr." vl"l" in .New York The economy of fall and break hrr hl la.t Kriday W. A. I'rlce anKaton, Ohio and Mr .tin! .ViV the home of her daughter. Mr. Ce... Chattanooga. and complete S'o will remain u few nounce the engagtunent tif her daughSmith on Danville avenue. day nn.l will then no to Chattanoopi ter, Mamie tonnet Dunn to Mr. of Chevrolet "Four-Ninety- " Wnyland, of Cilumbla, Miouri. Mr. and Mr. T. W Wilton, of How- - where he will retide with her daugh Flente take notice that the Annual Tlii) widdir,; will lake place in (3reen. are the gueU of Mr. ter, Mr. Davit. l.ng Meeting of the (Jarrard County Chap Car to purNovember. , Wilton jurentt, Mr. and Mr. J. It. ter of the American National Ited Mr. nnd Mr, (ieorge Mcllobert, of Mount on Lexington avenue. Covington, were called here to the Mr. and M t. T. M Wilton, of Crotx will be 'held on Wednesday Mcltobertt grand Howling (ireen and Mitt Mount will October 27th., 10:'0 at thrci. o'clock Mr F F. Fritbie wa the guet the bedside of Mrr. ' at jwt week of Mr. W II. Thoma In mother, Mr. Jnne Hallou, who It motor to .Mt. Sterling this week and of said day an Court lloute for tit ' election of Kxccume Co.nmittec Danville and uttended the Woman'a critically ill at the home of her daugh- while there will be the guetU of Mr. inodicnl Society of Hume and ter, Mr. Joe Hurntide and Mr Kuril-- j and Mr. Frank Ferry ami Mr. ami or Hoard of Director, consideration of and action upon report, am) I tide on Itirhmond avenue .Mr. Wetley Huntington. Foreign Mlttlont . Lick, Kentucky. ion Cook, of llanvltlr, m Mr. K. ! Cllr Lpottt la.t Ttiurnlay wrth Ur, Mr, Jf. (.. Conn Mi RueW. of Faint Uck !,. ii..nv C.r.t. uiW nn.l Kllh.tt Mr. - J IVyten iMnnilnv. rhiu..,., ,,,l, n (5ln- xincton; rre wiUi M. .....I . arc: Mr. M. I. Hall, Vauirhan '. Sheib-v.Mc- . .Mn' M Cnioy, i I!elle.-ue- . l Goodioe & Walker Bros. MilU .Sunday .u. ! nt Sunilay jinqattr Mollie Unltei. of SttiHfoni. nnirrw, the irtiMt of hr Mlsi ". ii'urson. Iianlwell; l.tley llariiimburi;: J. A. Iiyne, ' y""orj'.Meailor. I M Kr'tnl will rctrrrt ' J i , tjMr. l: 1,Lthe,ue,tef her.Lr.Mr.HnI:twork ' u. ""' ,.,., . J , .,nn Hnther,' T.'0U' it. . - l. n m-h .i. .,. iii,.. it-- i d Kot hr hl . jr, ,, ! J i : 0r luiH-heo- w. r. "r CHEVROLET urund-dnuuhte- 1 I . !"'''tV. ((III l'rn l. t!'" J I ln''V' Itu-te- ll Annual Meeting Of Red Cross Chapter. : 1 like buiness particular people, for particular like cars. sturdy construction, operation, pleasing appearance the equipment Touring appeal discriminating chasers. - PAINT LICK GARAGE Paint truntnctlbns of tuch other bunne' returned a may properly come before the I from Danville where the una the Chapter. Kach member of the Chap guett of Mr I'iiarlv Kodet and at- - ter is earnestly urged to be present. IN DO YOU tended the IVuhyterian Woman' Shelby Maton, Secrc'ary jSynoHlral S'oeiety i,f Home and Foruign MImIou wbleh canveno.1 at YOUR Danville Second 1'rctliyU'rlaii Church Wo are deeply emteful' for the! the pott week. Or ara you likinc lone chanctt with lli futurn? At Unc at ysu many act of love and lunlnett thown your 'body in perfect health you arr inturod afaintt mett of lh lit the Mr. Faul Ho ! nml children, Artie us during the illness and death of our future may brin(. Tha on tura way to tuch Inturance it tha natural Hill nnd Faul, Jr., have arrived from 3 car wife ami mother to 'Ur Kind n Sec your Chiropractor, vay Chlropratic vertebral adjutlmenli Ultehtiled and joined 'Prof". Hoyd. 'runrif nnd neighbors and tfdnal analytl wilhout charge. Hiey will have room nt .Mr. Mae Mr- Thomps Sebnitian ana fi ' 'j HujrJut N'oland on Maple avenue. They were uccompanfed by A little sunshine dUpel (lie ilurk-et- t Mr. CBl Hoyd' mother, Mr. Hill, who will spots of life. Hut it seldom pan LANCASTER, KY. make thrm A visit. 0 to II A, M. jnULLEY HOUSE, DanvilU St es a doted door. . Mr. J. h. Stornie hat BELIEVE PROTECTING l HEALTH? I Card Of Thanks. kp - Lipscomb Lipscomb 1 Chevrolet Four-Nlnty- " Tourlnf Car, $A0. f, o. b. Flint, Mich. Tna Cntr;H Uncord, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Oct 21. 1920 FARM DIFFERENT TYPES OF STEERS Advantage of Oeef Animal Compared With Scrub at Meat Producer li Demonstrated i New Voting Term, August Precincts Regular Garrard County Court, 23, 1920. Present Hun. Forest Slapp, Judtfe. e , '1 i llunra5al.. !. I, la ll. Uftmmt nl E..., Tllrf,KM(,a,.l,.r Ul- - lllMHtl N9NI7 lACK q.ttlkMir JHItd bH u94 Mm Mnr 3TORMES Cm,,, ml.,, fZ In compliance with Chnptcr 64, Acts of 1920, Kentucky Statutes rcqu'rinR the rcdistrir.tinR of the mnRistcrial dittricts of the various rotintica of the State of Kentucky, thereby crcntinu more voting precincts to conform to the Inw tr rcsnrd to same, owinff to the women of this Commonwealth being granted the right of stttfrarjr, and the Garrard County Court having horcto-forappointed H. V. Bastin, A. T. Scott, K. B. Ray and C. II. Lcdford as Commissioners to reilistrict said Countv. the .s in ron'i'iTrHiiiii cumitii-ii'isaid commissioner mn le the following report, which is adopted and it is ordered hr the Court that the said magisterial dif. opufwth.n with tlii I'nltvil Stale de tricts of Garrard Counfy be redistricted accordingly, as follows: (HtrtHit'itt of agriculture show tin- DRUG STORE. the beef tjpe criHwriM nHli tin- - rrnli n meat producer ! Dix liner to Tnn Yanl I UP llrnnrh; thence with ulil branch with it 1. imriH.ro,! AIhtiIi leer M. S. meander to the ol.l Stone lloune where it intcrcrts with the road lending tnuiilliii of age. nml n steer II imuiilis to llryanttville; thence with the center of raid road to Hryantuville; thence "ilrt. of tin- - ilnlrj containing n 1, with the center of the biurnnter and I.cxIiiKton pike to the llridjte over the ierfellC. nf Jersey Mmm. Were ti inter iiliM'nutliui Kentucky river at Camp N'cNon; thence down aid river to the mouth of Dix ihit 24 ear. Roth Ileinmni: nt the center of the Public Square ui I anemtor. thenco with DENTIST animals receive,) imllHr ration, which j the niiililW of I.extnton Street to the City I. milts tlience with the Cen Jlivcr the betfinnlnc. Offica over Th Garrard Rank. niiltH of hay. Iirnn nml mixed ter uf the Lcxinutoii pike to the ilryanwville MoKi'terml Dutrlct lUumlary: The place of v.Hni; be within ahl boundury at Hryantuville. Ky CMilii". Tin llvo vi flcht wn frequentPhon Offiti. S, Retldenc 376, ly taken, nml the illgeMllilllt) nf III.- - thenre with tali! lloumlnrv to the lloyle County line: thence with the ltoyle LANCASTER. KENTUCKY utiil mil.. nml the iillmceu hnlnm 10, County line to the New Danville pike; thenre with raid pike to the Cit Lim were iletermlneil ut IntenuN Tlt with the center uf Danville Street to Vurk Street; thenre growth of n,o purebreil leer wn mure its; thenre lleKinninK t Kentucky River bridge, nt Camp Nelson; thence with with the center of York utreet to Maple avenue; thence with the center of the largely In body girth. vlilt. the .cr'th renter nf the Lexington nml I jtmnti-- r nil., i.. n... leer Incrinv.l relnllwly more ntldly Maple avenue to the alley nt back of A. T. AnderWi.: thenre a traittht line , ,.,roll. lhrnf. witi. cenler ,lf ,hl. M, ,,, ,., , In length nml height It l thought to renter nf I'ublir Suare. the beKinninK. of Tom ,ficia ,.., ... that tin1 ilifTercnre in trtiiiarHiHiHii irie place ot votinc nnii lie witiun ftiM nouminry in umcMier K.v. Lounty roail between the farm of C M. Demi and N. J (inny; thenre with :ili hreeilin;. irltiinoi in iHiri the the tenter of said Count) road to Sugar Creek, theine with center of sai l riiiiiiiiilo iiH'rli.rllj of tlit beef type rreek to the Jesse Davidson Hill, thence acn KENTUCKY. to the nouth of Davis Creek DANVILLE, for apparently "tin- - two ieer ill.l n..i to the Kentucky river; thenre down the Kentucky r.itr.to thw beginning materially clIiTtT h resnnl- - ille.iie Opposite Gilcher Hotel. The p'ace of vo ini 'inll be within snld boundary nt llryantsviltr. K of fee,l (Hiuit, percentage ,1) lUxinnlnc at renter of Public Siiuare nt Umca'ttr; thence u utr.nclit Ogle Hours- - K lo 12 an. I I l 9 iiii'liiliulltiMl. or iimllnlillln line to the croitsiini; of alley back of A. T. Anderson' thence w ith the center f feed energy." of Maple Avenue to York Street; thence with the center of York Street to The purehrt-ltt-- r was u il..r Danville Street; thence with the center of Danville Street and center of IH1 MTIItl III milt III" lUHlllll'IMIIKf n pike to the lloyle County line; thence with the ltoyle County line !( III- 11, while inlrrini'llt whs tuim.Ot In conntine feed h greater, on tin to Lincoln County line; thinre with Lincoln County line to the Mouth of Jlrgmning at the mouth of dirt road, on Poor Ridge pike, called Sail FUNERAL DIRECTOR hi- - imiiilf.-i.- -.i Water Work branch; thenre with the center of Water Work Hrnuch to aioderute ration- Mil iipiTlorliy. imni'iiT. mil In ihe Water Work; thence vlth center of Water Work road to Paulding Street; Ijine. in Roundary to UncaMcr Magisterial District, thence with line of Un ' Olllre Over National Rank form of greater ruin ..f Ihe welln thence with the center of Pnuldinir Street to Danville Street; thence with cater Magisterial District to the line of llryantsville Magisterial District., Residence rhone 3 Oll'cr I'Imh e 27 from :i milt of f.Hl Inn In ihe pro center of Danville Street to center of Public Square, the beginnine;. thenre with tame to the mouth of Davis Creek on Kentucky river; tbnce u;. KY "lliclli.ll uf higher of prixlltrl tin Ky. said river to mouth of Paint Lick Creek; thence up same to the mouth of dli; The place of votirj: hnll he within aid boundary in representing the ft oni t of tntirt en leading from Paint Lick Creek to llurkrye; thenre with center of said road, 'rc.v mailable as liiiinnn fiv.nl road to Ruckeye turnpike- thence with center of said pike to mouth of dirt Too frequently, farmers apologist road leading to Srotu Fork Creek from Rurkeye, thence with the crrter of for tin- - gain of their animals nml tin said road to Srott Fork Creek; thenre down creek with center to mouth of iimiiIIiIoii they are In by ayln: the? lleKinnint; at renter of Public Square in Lancaster: tlmnce with cen Here unfortunate In selecting tin- - rlslit Danville Street to PnuliliiiK Street; thence with center of PauldinF dirt road called Sad Jjine; thence with center of said Unr to the beginning hreeil. While there may lie a illftYr ter of The place of votimr hall lie within said boundary at Ruckeye Ky. elire between liii;iluul. whether of Street to Water Work Road; thence with center of Water Work road tc Liok, Knntuckv YaTir, Work; thence with center of Water Work branch to the Lincoln ihe same or UlftYrrnt breed, there I 12, llttl If any dlfteretne has been County line; thence with Lincoln County line to the Iincater and Crnt shown, between I. re.il- - In the feed Orchard turnpike; thence with the center of aid turnpike to the Iincutci lleginning t the. mouth at dirt road, called Sad on Poor IQJge unsullied .cr poiilut of gain. If In like City Kindts; thence with center of Crab Orchard Street to Campbell Street, pike; thence with boundary of llucUyn Prrrinct No. 11 to Paint Lick Crfk; nmlltlon uml tusc of iniilurlly. Tin thence with center of Campbell Street Hlackamith thence to the alley at Kelley' with center of said creek to dirt road on said Creek at Thomps SHa. Jersey steer, for exumple. mar make VETERINARIAN. hop; thence a straight line to the center of the Public Square, the beginning. tiatiV farm; as economical gnln from tin- - stuml thence old boundary between Walker School Home and Rlk-eye- , Call. Ans-rf- l Prnmptlv lias u, The place of voting shall be wnliin slid boundary in Lnncater, Ky. - Alwr- IMiInt of feed consumed n tinto line Intersecting the l.anrutr Magisterial District, thence with . iltfn-.ni:. Tlil iltn- - not mean Th it same to the beginning iliat Jei-i- i iirr n ilclrul.le fur tlit' l The pace of vol in ' all b wichin 'aid boundary at TratersvilU Ky. I A s I priHliicllon of a the Al.er.lei'ii AtiKilo, for Mich not trur. While the lleginning nt renter of Public Square in Iancater; thence a straight 13, tuln mill he pnillleally the -- aine up 10 n certain limit, the prl.e renHve.) line to the croMing of the alley with Campbell Street at Kelley' Hlackmiith lleginning at u dirt road near lit residence of Thump SebaUan in "T poliml of culn will he from Inn to shop; thence with center uf Campbell Street to Crub Orchard Street; thence iti' ivri more In the m. .f M with center of Crab Orchard Street to the City Limits; thence with center of Paint Lick Creek; thetim up said fcret-- to the farm of William Anderson Crab Orchard pike to the Lincoln County line; thence with the Lincoln Coun and to the intersection of line between Kurkeye and Rrandy Spring Minis Fine Cut ty line to the Paint Lick Magisterial District corner; thence with said Diit. terial District; thence with same to HmV. Creel nml intersection of line 'if i line to the Lancaster and Kirkville turnpike; thence with center of said pike Ruckeye and Lancaster Mngittert.il Distntt; thenre with same to the farm of M. to the Lancaster and Richmond pike ut HyatUville; tlunce with center of Ren Turner un Long llr.'imh; thence down uid brunch to the mouth of lUck Richmond pike to the City Limit; thence with center of Richmond Street to Creek; thenre up the center of Rnek trvek to the dirt roud near tbn rrsi dence Hardin; thenre with renter of said dirt road to Paint Lik the center of Public nuarc, the beginning. N. L. PREWITT The place of voting shall lie wiiltin said boundary in Ijinvaster, Ky. Creek, the beginning, being the same boundary of the original Walker Sihool House Precinct. The place of votiinc-shal- l be uitiim .aiii boundary near HackUr Ky. l M vliliise MAGISTERIAL DISTRICT NO. Boones Creek. )- lrs' Precinct No. I HATFIELD 11 Precinct No. Bourne. J. J. Byrne Exckiiivc. Optomitritt , fan, ,,,,. .,.., u., Precinct No. 2, Water Works. pn BUCKEYE MAGISTERIAL DISTRICT NO. 3. Buckeye. Precinct No. J, A. Beazlev lancaht:r. fl. lnrntcr, Precinct No. 3, Gilberts Creek. - M. si. PATRICK. DtsntiMt. Precinct No. Teatersville. -nr Paint Or. Printus Walker te-r- Precinct No. 4, Fall Lick. Precinct No. Walker School House Honaker Klocrs. Auctlonear K John McRoberts. f Precinct No. 5, Poor House. Kurtortd Angui Bull. .Uierileen-AiiKUrt f.-.-. Thl Aherih-emAns- N due In the that the hat put on the gain In ihe region of the more. ileirahle cuto. the loin, rib ami lil ii I quartern; while the Jersey store fat Internally, around the khlney iiml ulue. ai ul fnt. which I of much e Thi mean thru, I hut n l.( Mium Ahenleen-AliCU- " Meer would el for from 111) to .VUI more limn (he Jersey lleginning at center of Public Square hi liti.a.ter; thence with ten ter of Richmond Street to the City Limits; thence with center f Richirwiid pike to the Kirksville piko nt HyatUville; thence with the center of aid okv to the Paint Lick Magisterial District line; thence with uitiil line to the lluk- with said line to Suar Creek; at corser eye Magisterial District line; of A. D. Ford's place; thence with exnter of said creek to the three forks;( thence with center of Antioch Fork to the Iron Rridge on Ruckeye piki;, thence with the center of Ruckeye pike to the corner of CainpNII Stret-e;thence with th corner of Campbell Strcut to the alley at Jerry D:y'; thenc a straight line to the centei of the Public Square, the beginning. Kj. The p'ate of xoting htl! bo w thin said lioundary in thi-ne- MAGISTERIAL DISTRICT NO. 4. Precinct No. 14 Paint Lick. in- 5AnSKACTI()N CiUAKAfirhKI) .K IjinraMrr. F Di .1 I lirtcr. twr Precinct No. 6, Sugar Creefc. Rcginning at the center of Public Square in filibuster thence s at J eery Holy's straight line to the crossing of the alley with Campbell Strt-Mthence with cinti?r of Campbell Street to Burfc-- ye Street; thence lth ceJ-te- r of Ruckeye street to City Limits; thence with center of Huckuye pike tn the Iron Rridge; thence with center of Sugar Creek to the three locks ther- of; thence up the North Fork to Kemper Lane; thence va'tli tlit tenter if said lane to Lexington turnpike; thence with the center ol'sald turnpike nter if the the City Limits; thence with Lexington Street the Public Square, the beginning. The pbec ol voting shall li- - wi iuii .said boundary in Uuusster, uy t BIG HORSES ARE IN DEMAND Wide-Awak- e Farmer Will Reap Profit on His Supply of Heavy An. mils for Farm Work. JimmI heuj horses fur form work .ire at a premium In wuiic secilonv Itujirv slate tlnit when n ieaitinM immI heavy hore I for nle he iuul lie taken, for there I n lurce iiuiuber .if liuer mi the waiting list for such hurses, fit) uer of hore are gel vtajr ut wits' end tn kno- what to ilo IMO. Tor go.nl horse, The fann I nut pro iluclug them as formerly nml they cannot be seem-ei-l at hut price fiirmer who "Jlie agnliist the roniliig sinnlty of lleginning at King Mill Rridge on Uix RUer; theme vum the Leiing- heavy borse," sa) It. W. Clark, tlx und Danville pike to Cmnp Dick Robinson, at the iutcrrectiiia of the Lex. ton Mock smtIuIIsI from the Cohinulo AgIngton and Uncnster pike; thence down said pike to the 3lt Hebron pike; ricultural college, "will reap a bis thence with the center of said pike to new rood betwirn th farms of Tom profit, uml other stimilcl begin nu- to Hicks und Slil Doolln; thence with the center of said ruul to- tb Countr road give thN matter between the forms of C. M. Dean and N. J. Cosney; diuncu ith the-- center said creek tu the llerrinjr Hill, PURCHASING SHEEP AT START of said roud to Sugar Creek; thenct- :owh thenco up said Hill and with the center of Kemper Uew to the Utuioter and pikw and iIowti tamilcn lirancli to To Produce Wool and Mutton Best Lexington pike; thence crossing said Hoones Creek; thence down Roones Creek to Dix Hirer: thence eiwri the Plan la to Buy Western Ewes Avoid Old Animal. river to the beginning hall be within said boundary t MarVibury, Ky. The place of vi.tm If you want to start In the sheep biwlncss and do not Intend to become a breeder of purebreil. but Intend to produce wool and mutton, the theap' Reginnlng at King Mill un Dix River; thence with the center of the est wny to start I to buy western ewes from September I to Notcm-he- r Lexington and Danville pike to Camp Dick Robinson to the intersection of J. the Lancaster und Lexington pike; thence with the tenter of the taneaster In buylne western ewes be sure and nnd Lexington pike to HryanUvllle; thence leaving said pike following the get yount ewes yearllmt or center of the pike leading to Tan Yard Rranch at the old stone houte on J. arf best. Avoid old. with said branch to Dix river; thence up Dix River t ewes U. Leavel's place; thence ewes. Oct to the beginning. carrying soma Merino blood and havThe place of voting shull be within said boundary at HrvanUville Ky. ing dense fleeces. Sometimes a man buy native, ewes of gooil quality mn nt reasonable price. Rams for breed-ntuurnosrs should also be purchased at ilils time from relluble breviers of ReifinnlnK on the Kentucky river nt the mouth of Dix River; thence purebred mutton sheep. t. - MAGISTERIAL DISTRICT Precinct No. 7, Marksbury., 2. wide-awak- e pro-lclc.- - Mttt-ntlo- - Ht'ginmng at LowHl; thenre with o1h center of Short Pike to the Richmond pik- -, thence ceutit of m? to the White Llofc pike; thenre smith center of White Lick mud tu the Salem Wylie rtud; thenre with renter of same to th MiUon County line, at Watlaceton; thence with thv mouth of L.iwell Dranrh to the Walkir Sellout Madison County line TW undersigned li erny liar; thence with nine to the beginning warnT plsre of vntlig shall be witln'ng- - uid boundary at Paint IJck. K,r ing W all bersons not to tressuu upon tur iandr for any raros sthaleter la we will prosecute all ufNnders to tha fullest extent of the law. Hunt-ef- s lleginning ul Lowell pike; trionim wnli tenter uf wine to the Ijinca-- v and fishermen especially take ter and Xichmond pike; thence with the vviiter of luine to the White 1.1 ik noaie. Davis; thenir with 'lis Mas. Cora Phillip.. pike; thence with center f White Lifkroail to It. U Klkm. line and including same to Tellie Green's line; thenre with his line including Mrs. Emma DantsJa, rame, to Mr. Fannie Green's 'inc. inuluduig same, thenre with her line to R. U Arnold. Copper Creek pike; theiue with rente' of ssme to Wood View Sihool lloieic; ilrs. Sarah J. P. Hackle. thence with center of dirt ruud to John Tankerslify s; thenre with ccntc? of Mn. IrUiima Hlguinbothaas, Union r'tad to the old Richmond ro.ul;. tkence with center of sjmc to Jew Ivid and N. R. I'Sce. Alford'j; thence with center of dirt road to (loeeh pike; thencr with outer 8. C. Rigsby. of (loosh pike to Ijincaitcr Magirlnril District line; thence lth saui to D. M. Andersoru It- L Rarker County ruud on Rack Creek; themt witft center uf same to tlnr bvginuiig. l. U Kelley. K Ur wittiin said boundary nt The place of wutinr hnll J. (1 Rigsby. Mrv lctoria AndrrsoA, Thtim(nn am) Tracy lleginning ac (ieorge Co4tioris thence ith the renti-- of brunrl tu J II. and Arthur Maierry's IticUuJiBg sjune. to Evelyn Pointer's line, Including same to J. T. McQuerryV. tbeor with renter of laiw to Union roil; tliencr with (entitr of Union roud tu the old Richmond roud; tlieim with sr center of same Uv Jesse Alftril's; thence with center of Jirt road tu (inecli pike; thence with center of (,'oik-I- i pike; thenre with cent'r cf same tu line of I.ancatter Magisterial Dlstrtit; tlieure with said line tu Unculii Cieinty line, thence with Lincoln County line tu Dripping Spring roiui; tl.em-- villi center i."- - i' 'Ve-with venter of tftrt road tu of Dripping Springs ruud to Striiigtowu; 'SVS (eorge Conner's the beginning. The place of votliv shall be vithin said bsiundury nnr Law son .SchiiMl House. cattrr and to-tri- e Hie POSTED tre Precinct No.. 15. Manse. Jhn 'ane Precinct No. 16, Lawson School House e mmmm S!l4 t thi-uc- mum Precinct No. 17, Cartersville. lltfitiiiiiig ut (Uorge Connor's; thenre with renter of brunch to J. II and Arthur McQucrry's excluding same; to F.vatyu Pointer's llnu excluding same to J. T. McQucrry's thence with center of lane to Union road; thence with center uf same, to Woodsview School House; thence crossing pike with Mrs. Fannie (ireettS line to Telly (1 recti' line; thence with saiiiu to John Davis' line; thenre with Davis' line to White Lick; thence with center of White Lick road W Salem Wylie road to Ihe .Madison County line; thenre with same to th Rockcustle County line; thence with same to the Lincoln County line; thence with the Lincoln County Hue tu Dripp ng Springs ruad; thence with center of sumu tu Stringtown; thence with renter of dirt ruud tu (ieorge Conner's the bo tinning. The, place of voting hall be within ald boundary at Cartersville Ky, Precinct No. 8, Bryantsville. Hazelwood Sanatorium I TrMmtnt For 0i4 vf Tuberculosis MalnlilnrJ trf Louaiuie Anil' Tubriculosi j Aiwa ution lor the adequate tiratmc-i- t tf In ell it, Mjj;e cl ml. Ratrs JtVCl p.r week, including board, lurdl .ItfUrntion, liundiy, etc. Illh mLi-tuloi- ' s broken-mouthe- d well-buil- lew. t. - Precinct No. 9, Buena Vista A. K. Walker, Sheriff. C. Sprtlaluteslor tl4JI llM Uul.,. Mtstir, WhI tIW, I..4 w IMmntm, M M,ala (. Cfcrf. lUtJrJ ful surround Inc. Forest Slapp, Judge G. C. C. The Central Record. Lancastui , Ky., Thursday Oct 21.1 920 I Want Independence Former Illinois Congressman, Back From Philippines, Gives Interesting Views on Island AfTaira. By PUBLIC AUCTION DO YOU KNOW WHAT IS THE MATTER? When You Feci Out Of ronMCfl CONGRESSMAN CLVDC M. TAVCNNEn. SMALL FARMS , Sorts And See Things With A Dull Eye LOOK TO YOUR I1LOOD prnrtlrally miaul- Hum In their de-ir- e Thr l(lM"l pniMiiii i the inhabitant of lm? Jom law Atnortfn Philippines are liif nnfll Hf ttwatir fur Independ- run itmt in the cnie Hie Plltpitio. Hmt ait hhiii m u stable miTHHtrnt rwiltil lie esSithlMi ert we wnwlil withdraw- - nwr anierutitiily ence slim it hi :riU'' 'Mil a l thr tratr Impre. I lime ItrsHitt.i lnrk wild me n(li-- r inuring I ln from island ie end In Ihe Clyds H, Tavenner ntli.r. mul nfti-- r lint me come In tflitnct with nil rlu'wi nf the peoie t found, howeier Hint tlii ft American In tic Philippines, umi American In lli Hulled State, mi the subject of Indejicndenre, It nut Ihe leitnl a tin-- . Tli sider fcr Hip I'liltlpidne attitude nf thr American mul the srent nia of Hi of the United State. I to con- qnrllnn from the frrnn lb,. Philippine UIhriU. It mlk'ht. m nl ftrM thowght. that In their sincere npH rtallm f nil that wn linn- - ilolie It litem I tit- - PtllplMu teiiple sIhmiIiI plariwwt i'mthH4 on the prnMn- - lit cm mi thef it... If lHdrptneiiir for It rule ilenleil Hint on Hie ht he lxite the IXlwl Slnlei lm treiiltHl the N(.te liiitor Hkiii mi) MlttiHi e.ef IrewleH a ilrpemMit ntli'll eoite in nil the io) Mure Hie rurtnlh ro f ikiIMiiIHim mi the ilaitn If Me iIh iiI It, i a reitifil Umi ue mi) he priMKl of I tul it refill) irnil mi ttrnnse llwi the I'Mllillio MiuhIiI line hx imire for oar pr ( tu 1 IhitH iilf ei.Mill i Imii fur oar mltei oer I klrli Hr-er- Wednesday,, Oct 2 7th At 1:30 P. M. lllltf ... .1... l.:..i ... ... i.i in- - mKmru mm i provt'tl. lltO IlltllVl. 111 lv'i..l-vll- Pftr ComplrUicm, Lowered Languid Peeling., Vitality, Need More RtJ lllooJ. T!- - I'eplo. Mnn So mMin apenil week nller week fevttnv dawn nd wil. Thojr never atop to think thai wmethinx - pcrl' l'll,nt ni .. wn,,,r"'"'fj Tm' U M...I.V-..- . ! -- ... ,e... till. . I.IUII nf " . lll """- -' ' nviiiui:., tI ...Ml IMICT lur- thenieelrei. hy unylnR. "Oh, I'm not i vr onif cnoice .sflfctioiH ill .small farms improved and iinimlck. I'll lie nil rlcht tomorrow." l.. r And tomorrow rotnex m iiKnln. Still tlicy feci ileprcMt.il nml NUMBER ONE. Innifuid, ecnrcely aide to jet uround. 15. Curtis rittiatid ill till' VfMV hiltrt The present homo of S. I', am .1. nf if tils Inu'n ui UirL'uMlli i ?j If you don't feel like yourself, you " "v a rj pretty home, nearly new l,iinKa!ow residence of '5 rooms, a beautiful shade lawn arc not yourvlf. If you nrv wrnk 1111 S,ruu, L'',ts" " " ;5 ncrt'H of wood land, extra fertile narden and all minor land ink. your blood need utrength- .1 Kt-ntl- SELECTION nain nml Ihi-W- iltl.HILIi Hie tlrw'poliit of wIhiI r that Jim run think ot I if Ifother that the Pill-- I or hhley. ferrlttt to jour it run tlmiilil not be ernnteil their Independence, (lml It nccestnry to llhel fliirtil.l ltnp. Il MniTfiijHly iim no To tell a setisltlie acmmt wir will ami I hen cite h hi ail entire rare Christian itle that they shall nut inill.lir,i iriin Rift VI iirvM-IRmi 'h, .Vh' TJml mm enM' bate their promised lndccndenre NUMBKR THREE ire.-r... h. fur eery cent nf tin rtmi to I r rent of Hie opposition haiulMonie luiiiKalow, ran he added a tract enntninine ahout I7 "He with the ' emanate frnm American If we hut reere the .itumioii. ami In the Island who nr unite lime oMmeiTM iii the iHr of the Hi'i''' nil loii'injr on hack line, this to make ahout li aeres with Hue home. naturally morn Interested In the aire IHIlHlti. whleli tutlHOt he (alii In tie SELECTION NUMBER FOUR of their dividend thmt the frreiliini of mi Miifnir ttny of KiStins lit the other III alien people c .hull mv that felliiw tleWMilHt, To tract Nuinhor Two can he added ahout I I acres atl joining on the h;tek line which The litifnrtunnte fenlure of the in- It l nut utrtiHze wiM'k'iv ahout 15 acres with the ood building site and barn, this will front .Main Street flation I" that the opponent of r mi) Kil ksville. ' Unit tiriMt llrllnln In onlrr to rontlnre the pen. nilttlnu people .liirty-tir i I' bet Le eriVn. the liiipiw.. l im Ne i.eeM ,Mim,rZi " Kwl iHi.il. ami i . SELECTION NUMBER TWO hifjlllt iflll Iitiil.liiHr mli ml Juiiiiimr V.i fini. o... t .it.l vmiihm. uuoiu Him uui u i ,' anil na ,M'"' Mfh w, ' " tol.arco. hwf " I fin H You nliould know about that famous blood tonir. It) I ..... Pllfal ftntt riinm..... . .. m pcnoe 11 . uecnUM? 11 cnini;. InrndienU needed 11 contains just the ... to ninke rod blood, SELECTION ( "J'I'' i J" of Hie United Mate He !( r - I cpi ., r-.- rcnrw 'our en"K' P"t you where you oURht to be. lie-- in with 't today. Ret the tablets if they will be more convenient to tnke than the liquid. Iloth have the Mime niedicnl properties. Hut be sure you Kct ,,a' K',nui'u' ,,l'i,,0':v,an'-'"n- ' A,k for "(;u,le'" "d be ure that the full nnme, "Cude's ' 0" he pnekaKe. Advertisement. Pepto-.MnnKan- ," 'farm home, ,, Wi V , ! 'e,,,,, in Hie; aru not (It for H the end prote a mistaken policy. 2lU only ntide their temiRil for will In It lit the MMHwr. At the nrerent tllne, liuweter, the IihUm-(till Of the Itllplno lxMilvte i.mv ui.uiHie ronn.ienre in the cood been Impaired by Ii'' mUrepte of the tetentlonltta. Their leader am intelligent enoush to dN thoe American tiiieuuii who opK)j their atilratlon to In- dependence for purely einh renins ml the ureal iiwm of the Aliierleau whom the) know ilenlre tlm coternmeiit to do by the tlllplutH nil)1 that whlrli l JuM ntn rlcht. In Hill romi.tlri, it u lnteretlnz nf li tvn... In rr ltM II... ti. frt.iliy rwtaiimialiip hwween tho 1 npin.. mxi wrri.an ihh in urns me I'MHpiwm- jet .1.1 . , J ? l1 J, " ' ' I ! i t I fier. Jl.lT year,"!:!. CvJ South NUMBER SIX vtll'l On the same tlay will offor unimproved Baby Farms on the laud of Chas. WaKers, front-- 1 f,h ,Stril,t; '"UVI,CHut iM return K. m toi, the Itu iiij,' for, ,'tnni' J,0T t;vcr' ili- on th- - Montns .Mill turnpike in the aa town of KirksviJIe, and adjoining selection . .Number mrtiiy Hmawi 4ot .. . .... n f ' III. t ttl ! iisi one oi uiese small rarms wi'i contain ahout ' acres and has a beatitilul IniililniK Jim.- - aw. timr.n; it i rt ot a ' i ive. V LICV1,1""' Ume .havu vot- , site, number two of this number will adjoin first number mul contain about it acres and has tM(Ji(l Vetwrn HI,HlM, nn4 yuw ei,anii i ntiu Kod pik, frontaire, third number of this selection will have Koid building site and ad joins the e'' irv .iHrkn i.4r-- , ami .secoiul number and contains about 7 acres. Fourth number of this selection will adjoin the to :.lU" tr Cox nM.ooievelt. 0p.e.i thence, u, the u.i. i Mr. (irnraii who in one of the few xabie . tuui third iiuiuber anil lias ood place for residence building and contains about 7 acros. Fifth tine up the . . nltlltMlln .1 rnem. Ami tier net It yii. It In llllllllicr (T I li lit sc eft ion in loins tile ml it i : iiiinilier anil also ailioins tlie tine tnrni nf .1 ' 1' 'nv """" . . .linn tvll. .'n.n.l In. .. . i. .. .. i . i .' it own niiiI has a Kami .IhiimIiiik' site and contains about 1) acres. ""m Ult ''oum"11 the riiiuppim. now. a morin. Any 'two or more ot these can be I" l ' Hotel i v stundji He and a aijter rrpre.riitHtltr In the l.laml. th coinbineil mill IUhke a hnbv farm Up to acres for yoil. cvcnty-lyears are the last mcm- emi.r senen.1. oriirtaHy report It . THOUGHT You can ftdtl selection to selection number ." anil havo a line farm ,,1.. of llrnl tllire the iti town a nil to . untRMi about 70 acres. tliere. ami '"" was hi Kc""llti" " I'lllpiNi" hate earnratl) fHllllle! Il.ru He in the publishing butincra in r ' tnn,u churches, well watered and in urass just ready for the plow. SELECTION Matron CounU containiiie about ii I... ..,ml.m..,l if v 'U Z ..i.i I 's ZZlllZ " i I . I. Y. f i..... ' ii (Hi. ever wi.-.- i in '! ht VI iomit.!.t H 0,u' of the ffw ,ivini.' Americans for who. be found votini; the straight Demo. leratic ticket this year. "Vie men M I J nS 111 ! V - a... .. ; 11 1 iii,i.i., s. '.'T I 1 pre-cri- l.! 1 ... . ..... I . ....a.. . . C, x '"" -- - i An.i. ate I wn Ir-ei- i e rn.-- rrt. ikm.hiii W lml lie Ibr ImI. in ibai IM in t i NHitlierMtt tt kmI. better l" itrr forlln; ftwliac iww grttm h 'PWa " iH ha lain r. vi mrvnt ImmmI of KfaaiMiih) aMd iKMiMH-raii- ..,.: In pri.rti.ml) . rr f iIk Jmei Iwia Hm MtMjMlrn lo .jlarlwith IUM i l ' Tfcen- u hat uae nlM .nry Iw mikv we me SuMiC la ) - of Ike Sit that. In a lw wrrt. It I. ihm ure on iriwi. thr fiiiiififiinH iwi th I'mtud smie part of the URteulKewl, A merle lie n iiHuuf rrr)lii( M I Mml.i It r" ihi j aifmtt lu mWiU' mmt Warn i iia It. HH m Atseft..-- ' Ami Iwile. ...... -- ii I ' j iicum Aawt lll wtr iard,ir r4r. kraltaie rf half Ihr Rhary f tmu mnrrwmiM I.oi ii. mi Mk a eiarlHaa uaal will reallwwellij from ihhu lriuu, when SELECTON NUMBER SEVEN. 'he edited the Southern .Manufacturer Huilder. He uot out the first On the xame date we will sell for Mr. II. . Coy what is known as the Will Arbuck!einnu' home place, attiuitoi! near Moraiis Mill ami known as h ;Mod piece of land as a crow ever Hew'thwHw program with ailvrttsini for or r. I Us ben in old blue Kiass soil for he past ears and was rich land to bouin with. tne Louisville Open House, Fourth Ib lmprvd with u hanileomc A r:- n ttcnnnri Street. i .ice. ;r.. ttaraKc liuilditiir. ood combinetl stock t and tobacco barn l'imm! rlilekon hims in .....i vthi and hts procreiMivc ways ,.il who know that he hvod at this place for 15 to 20 win ArtM'i-KlcmJClN 1 yoam world not have to ht tol l of the .nen.ctu is to i found here. This small farm con-- ; tains only 26 sveros and i in the KirksviJIe Hiuh Si hooi dHtrict and - juat what you want. of the Ownership Mail- i Louisville to - e t. c Olftl L- Aatrekw . iifT.-- . ll- (!.,. iiiauN ..Hi u the t.nve !:, happ) - ii. I II 'Mir .,1 the 1limt Aaarrim la Uti but pnu wkra the e.ia4 of the IJaii.- -i m fhltlWilHr IteiiuWli At same date will Slate art n i, iiir aix lection number seven anil HMttuinrtit in ilinn -- vt.ea Muni ikriHUHwal liernlt). ibe I'm da) ike tmituu liabl ut lww. kunHiii.i:. I ul prim ipall) ( th. (ml wi har hihI aMe w ill tt4i amMKl thu wnrli will lit- Mi'rtntetMlrd the iNiaaiitlij; In Hie SiHh all vhMiSi b) AHierM-I'd llppni.fi of one lit the ttnom nlu eeiBli.l wuru fur the uivL uhiI Mruc . u.oIirI of I he eurtli Hmih Hie i)ltini In ibe world; nor tu kIIiiE I. milling rmnln, four mii uiielu war, with ull lu imi tl of tilth rln b iilcea mid public wurla- - bul la dun In life mul tr.uti.ru tl.rir eounlry liwu Hmi u fin I thai Aiuarirww niifiiHM hww luaaaku b.'li.r plare l.i lint m; Us, llm :H lm IhoUIIii, I Sal Hit win tlm and contains J acres. 1 SELECTION NUMBKR EIGHT. oiler a small home now mi .m.-- d by Hiram Huifhw and atlioiuimr sc-- 1 has a vrood small dwellii' ' n small barn and many Improvomontsi his should appeal to s ,;e n ur nantitnf to own hi own homo. ugeinont, Circulation Reutrrd src.t by the Act of Con. of Aucuit 24, 1912. THINGS TO BE REMEMBERED. THIS SALE WILL BEGIN AT 1 :30 P. M. THIS LAND IS NEARLY ALL IN GRASS AND READY TO PUNCH. TERMS LIBERAL AND ANNOUNCED AT THE SALE. wokly at Lancaster, Of the Central Hccord, published Ky., for Oct. 1920. The World's Most Beautiful L 7olcano! 1 Nevertheless It Is a Reservoir of Titanic Destructive. Powers. ' : Mayon Volcano, now quiet, but which In i t recent r.j.t has taktn many Tht Phi pplnt lilarx't arc ont of trand destroyed much property. r sal Intcrtctlng lands In the v.or'd for the American tcurut to visit. ' .cs - i i ile lanil Mount .Ma) on. in the prut luce of Albay, I'liilippiiie Iuim. tn Ih one f thu lno.t lunutlful tolrauoo In the worlu So niuitii from Hlminrluii wl.lch lili' 'he nioiliilaln M tlewed. Hie eonu Is iiIiiiiki perfectly Tin M ttllit of Hie tolctlliii bus liiiuli to !" wllli lla ojiju iir laM ti). u it lielnht of 7,t'i:t fn't from ull ullilut leel plalu The peak U vNlde r .en tu iiuue tlmli m miles. Its reyulur. Imre slop. lioar the top wnlni; rul.i i one tit Hih ! tlu'lloiin from tlie lllumllintloii of the tun, while Ml Its seen all) when- - In I lie liio.l productive and pleiurewjuo laniliiiHa tu I w iild A iiiiiuullUf nt road, l'.U miles In IciikiIi. ilreis the inuoaiHlii at Us U-- . purine HirouKh iho muit nrylnu sceiier). Mu)on lim. a huiui) us mi lullte oUnno. It hns destro;vd wtiule iuwik The mom dentrurtlie rrup It lunl eaniu to life In Hum was Iii ISH, when I.V00 perniin were klltt.it. ItHil, sei'dliiu a rler of lain Into Hie sea at a distance of K tulles from the euuttr. Slue theu It has been qutet. 11 ' State of Kentucky, County of (Jarrnrd. llefore me, a Notary Public in and for the state and county aforesaid, personally appeared It. L. Klkin, who, CASH PRICES WILL BE CIVEN THK LUCKY FELLOW ATTENDING THIS SALE. having been duly sworn ncconlini: to law, deposes nml says that he is the BRING YOUR WIFE WITH YOU AND LET HSR LOOK OVER THESE HOMES. Publisher of the Central Itecord, and GET WHERE YOU CAN EDUCATK YOUR CHILDREN SO THEY CAN DO SOME- tliat the following is, to the best of his knowledge and belief, a true THING FOR YOU IN YOUR OLD DAYS statement of the ownership, (mid if a daily paper the AT KIRKSVILI.E, IN GOOD OLD MADISON COUNTY, KENTUCKY. circulation), etc., of the aforesaid publication for thu date shown in thu aboi c caption, required by the Act of August 21th., 1911.', embodied in section Mil, Postal Laws and lation, printed on the reverse of r this form, to wit. 1. That the numes and aildrektos HARMONY. .r.i whs the week en.i innt of her' tenoNal the H.uh School Concert there of the publisher, editor, manainnB editor, and busincsi managers are: on. Mr. l.oo. Hoaions. and report a pleasant evenlnir. lH'Ut'd. rublisher, It .L. Klkin, Lanoatter. Mr-- . Andt nuw Hall our Munr. Will and L anauok, of Mr Jol'ii Kliiti pent 'i.',..m with Kentucky. Lancaster navnt Sunday in thr home war fisitinic oi l friends in this conej Mr. Hip Care Kdltor, J. K. Itoblnson, I.r.noiistsr. ruunity Sunda and Jtaed for din-af Sir. ('has. Vuiiaaok. Kentucky. V .M. Ilryani Mr. and Mr ho' Mr. Henry Tnnkuriley. Af Mr. ...! Mrs. KaU llmkint ami as nar Hith MuiiKinc Kditor, II. I Klkin, bia- Sunday with Mi. Jo llalL t.'iay had a ulorioui time; , e l ... i . .. eunwi amavsji .irr. iau .lira. nsiMr ter tftuaur enster, Kentucky. . a, t. i, i u ...r. uco. r.. a full urovvn atill" HuisMtUta and attractive Httt dauBh. WHa.M.lir 7 . . Business Mananr. U. - Hlkin. ' . Mindny with t apt. Johaaan. . nriu-i- i wnwi Mita nmimii w.l in tar, Jaaaita. Iincastcr, Kentucky. seeiul'iHl similar, dr dad Mrs Churea art v!.itin That thu owners arc: ((Kv .Mr. Car Ida Coldtruu, who ia visit-i- g tnrir nuirMer. Mrs. 9k ni Mallard. The rovival nietiiik' of two weeks, names and addresses of Individual Ms brather in this community ' A adritw Mr. and Mr. Joha)aa seems ta nova takfH tha uirls hy duration ha Just closed and Itev. owners, or, if a corporation, vrlve iU vpent Sunday t th Mrs Alrnan Toad. storm. Uat "our tlwa wHl oamo A. L Ouilwell hut returned to his j name and the names and addresses Home In Tannessse. To use his own 0f stockholders owninir or holdinj; 1 .Miss Hoart Citaasi is vishlaf Har kOM day." worets ha falM. I say ha did not. per cent or more of the total amount iousIm. Miss M'S Halhsrl of ... twe. i...... of 11 -..- -j M rravllle. " of stock.) Al 'h B. Itoblnson, Lancaster, Ky. . MUs Jawoll Ktltta.. vas in vlsltars, botii hays. Oaa has 3. That the known bondholders, i'H.1 uusst uf M is Nni naar been .Chrintanast Paul Todd aad the af tatir duly und csu.od them to sec .laru ihaMivrs as Uiy ar. A home ill- - j inortBaires, and other security hold Uicclt drove. j other licRMth Cuon. vUati iHiiwai itself cannot stand, und ers owning or holdinir 1 per cent or i Mlsna FJIa and rtl.BfllM'to ,mi Wam ' Quite a TV folks .ui tZ f "n,0Unt f bom,- morB L vutimr HOIK- - jia muiy uarnast mid untiring hrH mortirajres, ,0,,,, other spsnt Stmday v,.th Uniir wuioi. Mu lMin Sumh V AHa 41 .T. YmihouV or securities aret . in I i i Hstar uim mtv nuw uuty iriuNL wnai af AlP. ,Th:i,1u.JI Its w a...itu tllVIV UIV IIVIIl'i u ltatl'tl r. Huiftia Us-- n. of CartarsnMc a Hue time they had "kodakim:." knotti hu wurk HH(1 u!j4 ,lU siHllli; StVo ., (tor (ila as.ssa ilAmniUnltw stlls lit SlIHaJflV VvttH r)n'rWU Af . lt TbiU TS wv...., cUnrt lrgn,f cominclni: acfetits,1 K. L. Klkin ii ,. 77 h c.i .7,.K... umwim nuHiri. 'wh eh even now hut-,- . .Irimlr l,.,,. Sworn to und subscribed before Mr. and .Mm. .Matt Coileile and Miss Nellie Usvis and Miu VYo hr'pc to have Mr. Chadwcll with me this tflth., day of Oct., 1920, V. children spent Sunday In the home uf Jewell Stlisall spent Saturday nltrht us ajriln when we have prospered 0. KiKttcy, Notary Iubllc, Lancas .Mr. K.I.I Hosklns. Alma by ht elforts and may "Harmony" ter, Kentucky. My commission exl with Miss Dnvir cousin, Mis Mrs. Jnmes Hosklns of Crnb Orch-- j Hunter, of Crab Orchard. They forever. pires Feby. 1st., 1022. ' G. WiOOS, PSNT LIOK, ,. KY I . , i ' waktte ,.'. l."p cTraoa;; f 5 J . . it nt-'ll- The Central Record, Lancaster. Kv.. Thursday Oct 21.1 920 GUY. I. Mcsdnme C It. Henry and Jnme Ynnlln were shoppers in Pativillo .Mr. 'f Hogging Down Corn. Hotremi; down results obtained at Tuesday. nttd Mr. Occur l.ewhi have returned ftfem a vhdt to Woodford rtdntiVw. Mr. ChtuHe HnriHiurvrtM. Mrs. W Coffee From PLANTATION BUY To The Cup i I, Tuitlt returned u Thurs- day night frftm bu1ne trip to rend Milton Want. Mowdny pnt TWdny Cterfc nf th Lexington with Mr and Mr. FRESH SOMETHING ABOUT COFFEE Did HOASTED COFFEE SOMETHING ABOUT COFFEE 'han we tlinutil for the tame gradr, frrthly roatted. t jm) To enable the people In from tliete wronft, I hart lioufh a targe gat roatter of the latett in prcv-- d type and have arranged with tn'nf of I lie large.! importeri of green cjI fee for my tuppty, and will have the at.i.tance of their eapert blenders, to inture that I get the proper flavor, and In a Mr, Ownum had far her guests Ir. and of LnMciistcr. r M, MMo m the I tea Himpt. nuest Jlrs. Wm. Striata eautln, Mrr. Wat. cntw Tuesday. Mr. ami f cry, of t.ar "lle t r-c- hear anyone ayi a cup of coffee like mother you evrr )l Mr. Itebcrt l.nyton were lfuel rteontly of Mr. and Mrs. Alex I.nvtwn af McCronry. Mr. ami Mr. Tern Graham rf llr anurrilre were ncnt visitor of Mr. ami Mrs. OlMe (Unburn. Mr.. Cnrrie Davidson left Friday far a rUtt af several day to Mr an Mm. Z. T. like, nf Ktchmond Mr. nnti Mri William Kinder and little Ml. Willie Mae Henilcy attendFriday night ed the show nt Mutter Jnmes Milton Henry wa bitten liy a spider and has suttered Intensely for the st week with it. Mr nml Mr?. Wm. Walker hud for their visitors Wednesday Mr. and mikes?" "Coffee rrUe." Why? fre.h mother a.ed to roatted coffee, raaitint .ind grinding it at l In- died it. Wr are livine too fa.t lo da n mother utrd lo do. anJ, inilead of roatliitc and (rindini coffee a. we it J it, we j re paying a traveling salary and expense., the : of a beautiful label, a tin can, a t'. ppinjf crate, and many other time, that force ui to pay five to ten rrntt per pound more for ttale coffee No. Tliey alwa). tike mother u.ed to Kentucky Collet of Asrlculturr rmwn in erimeut .St.itii n ad r K liicuMimiil Kitubii at the Ken- UcK Slate Fair roved interesttntt o I he inriner wno are leeiiinir mull priced cerii t low priced hoe Thin corn .n Ken-tdimethod of harveitiriK is crouini: pfniliir henue tt ;i (treat deal of labor, ami th hesr seim to thrive when handled The flgurm n ttmwti by th - mi the ullece experlinfHt. are bo.ed up-il- l the profit or Iim rn the acre Some if these fiBtire wre from ex permient run ilurlnr the fall f It'll) wh le others were an nverape for th mt three year.The College will continue with the various esimldnutions until more definite information m se cured at which time a but lei in on the ' K k - 1 tlhjrtt Tl--e will he muni. feeds and rHmbiwitlutis wlf-feede- ued in ,S.. ' hr tliec experiments are nt follows: licans with earn tu - at the and curtl. tvi Hd-per cent nf and unt-lrule "f the .ie weight of Id hsrus wr it Corn and soy hui rtowii tKiHher. 2 nrn a'une and em asxt Untaite m u fl l.im tt Mlf few Jayt you can make cof- r. Mr. Steve Walker ami baby of Crnh Orchard. Mr. ami Mr. Walter Turner ami little Miss Dorothy returned Thursday to their home ii Indlnnpolis after n visit here. Mr. It. II. Ward and two son of, guests of Mudlsou, were Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Milton Ward and Mr, C. II. Henry. Mr. nml Mr. Wm. (Iritrjrs and two little girls, Mi.es. l.eota and Mane visited Sunday Mr. and Mm Wm Smith of Pleasant Hill. Mr. and Mrs. m. Scott. Mr and Mm Henry Vatcr, Mr and Mm. James Kason motored to Danville Thursday for the Harding ipeaking. Mm. Hen Smith was called to Hlch- iiiond Thursday liy the serious illness of her daughter. Mrs. Hnrve I'ayne, who is better at this time. This is the KOYAL COFFEE KOASTEK Now In Operation In Our Store We buy our Coffee green, select them for Cup, quality and roest every day. enabling us to give you Coffee full of their natural aroma and strength. I 1 fee tike tiiath'r utrd lo make. At ni) pulicy alwayt it satltfaction or money back, you neeil nut hetitate tu try uting coffee matted every right hire in nur .lure. d) the above order Accurate rswunis far the pro l;!utt:in of eih crap Skd tsuW to The iirvmve ftirwer feed wrre kept ' NtU csmM and due not heur the X'hi"fre the prjftt hwn hore will I1..0' ..ppear .j irre as It would hav rin4tt'OS) 'un.l.r the r en the vrrar Kentuek) farm. J' Mlf fitter rnent will be The varhMss Hp in exhen- - uhen M-n- X 'A lien jtraiin: on Mi) beiMis iihs! J 2 o fi (ak 1 u.' It nr cum frww th profit pr .itre was unly fnund the SANDERS VARIETY STORE, Lancaster. Kentucky. fi! t" a u lteialilic.in Ihirulbook nut unly jincli; woril uf contain uf the t:loruu I tj. n or niir'C!iition (if the American Army ac' ivenu-Ht;r mnre. but un the rantrsr it uf-f- r u KrutituuuK mtull tu the Ameii-- J 1 huh they had arces. thorehy run-- j p th (Ml f pork prmnHrttsHi Th.) did not have a property Imtanr ' ' rat it- ,- and therefore in num. ..rr sbswer ami more expensive In the reMd hM th hof pswtureii on .0. b a ad 4ail received crn two assst per rent f iuk this pra if the body woicUi. tice they ere fiMt to eat asore af ninst ane-hal- of ft the maximum moun! the the far ern lo .ikv, but fed lartfel) upan thil $ttt. dwl tbv hou nK tan men. the Mr. and Mrs. Kdd Baker and children were recent visitors of Mr. and Mm. Lice Bolton. Mr. and Mrs. Hu bert Grow of Poor Kitlge road. Mr. Thomps Hill and sister. Mrs. AUCTION OF James Walker of McCreary were entertained Thursday nt the home of Mr. and Mrs Wm. Walker. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Lane nnd son, Vertcl and daughters. Misses Klon-ni- e Mae and Savanah attended church Thursday night at Brad Shanks school house. .Mr. and Mrs Marcus White and little daughters, .Mr. and Mrs. Miley Heazley and baby were Sunday jruesta of Mrs. John Hroaddua of Hyattavillc. Land, Stock and Farm Implements Friday, October 29 AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M. it and .Mrs. Wm. Sutton, Misses MoIIie Barnes, Lucy Turner, Fannie Merida and Dayslc Iteynold attended the baptizing Sunday afternoon at Conn's I'ond n getting over a rock fence Master Cnt Barnes, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Barnes had a la rye rock to fall on his heel making a terrible gash. The little fellow is new uiing a crutch .Mr. and Mr. James Vantis were hit Sunday at a delightful dining Those that accepted ami spent an enjoyable day were Mr. and Mrs. Homer Highland, of Huckley, Mr and Mrs. Milton Ward, Mrs. C. II. Henry and two attractive children. .Mr. On tho promises of .Mr. Marion Wol1, ;n Gnmirtl County, Kuntucky about on piile from the town of Cartcrsviltu. Kv.. ono mite'from Wotidsview School House ."lid about 8 miles from I'aint Lick, and about 7 mil us from Ifcreu, Ky. I will oiror for sale to the highest and bust bidder t ItviHiMtrnH ramiialKN Tin- Ixjok charKo tlmt thr Onvvrnmont mnny luxtirit wm fuur liivi.lnsl iiiiiiiiiiii yaun; Americans uhu mv yt jronMce 111 tho World War It "The 1T KMivr iluy cvpuxllturr. fur hi- - I'niU-i- l it Stat J r.itimatiHl vhi from four to aix time the ivr nuMirr ilay nf France." KviT) Amenrun tulilier utra aw nrvire ovi'nra. know how the French poilut livinl. They recHVdl live cent n iluy uhllf tin-- American tulilirr cut u ilollar a day. It it the Itcputilirun party which think, a dollar a day ix too much. Furthermore, I Frnncr dhl nut have tu fuur millioH men three thounand miles did 'ncruM the Atlantic Ocean, they have tu trim. pert the nupplie from the (vurta to the inlerfor a did the American Army 8uppoe 11 did cunt frum t tx time mart per noldier per itny tu ina.ntAin the duuehhoy than the xnlu. 'Wasn't it worth it? After tHiyint; their family allotment ami their in-- , surunce tke duut;hboy had little enuutrh left with uhlch to indulge in plea.ure on the few leaves he eniuyed in France hut even this little eotn to I tt furste which ts lo liu and prtHiiKed parh at price Th ht returned a nt pntUt f II A 22 per acre A the hott grew-anpot mh weight, th evrn llwnee was increased. The two teste were run three year, nasi the alum-tilturfor thh ate the nrrrrngf rh in prwtetn 'r e pcrid Kethf for , ) ' 165 I Acres of Garrard County Land nearly lovel, ixeellent corn. whoetU. I t...,Ml hs My mihiII !! lie (ind i i his cmiMlHmili.' " i iltu.M about MKikfll III h'tn erked twisting nnmiHl .ii'ii h .! -- ii .1 oilier cro-ly: htm cliiM-- In i ! iim1 ii "If HM lire" otl. II nil ' h srleved Stand Mill" tone: "Why. j;i hi. .Iwiil.tr mi lillttnn me like you illilM I kltn i -r li-Hie."-Cliruj;o Hi. (..oixl iiroducirir soil, and Hus tni ado'V land. Imin-ovud tobacco and Tribune The llrMMf I'mimk Camhrldrsla IT7U. - Clui ng Flag. Maa a- rnled at ued nies. 'he first i) iUr iwmiih am.) t tin t had mm! white stripes, the 13 nlliHtuiii- .i ,h III colothe miml.ii .nni-il- i. 'I .Mull) tin.;, Ibe nwf hixI pnipu.ml ilur-Ili-C of I In' ri'lMllillr unf ( the designed liy TIummh- - I'oliie wh emu- i Ik nliihow, posed of all II tyinbollxlllS Hi4ie ih' early 'I Woimn and Compromlt. Wotueu liu nui K'jillly cuuipromtwi what the) think and whnt l tie; waut, they lliltik ami want witli crjlollln sliarrness. In llm home they teem to : they compromise, but thai I nut (lv In. Auu when tliey haw Klrua lu tliey return to the cliurne. tiro la ni;aiu ll nicy uuni, nun irj niiiiu, ami eventually eel nhat they wtot vi irom a man wuo iibi groirn the subject-- W. U Georife. lu llarpar'a stock and tobacco barns. 100 acres of this farm in urass ready to punch, to sue the red clover and crops on this farm will make you want It. Will subdivide this farm into about I fvrms rniiKiiitf from 'lu acres to 50 ami make dandy Kood small farms, m fact part of this farm was originally tires unit ocod of seperate farms anil is properly nrrnned to sub.divide. At same time and place will sell for .Mr. Wells PERSONAL PROPERTY: 0 milk cows. 1) head young cattle, III good oves and buck, one pair ( year old mules, one pair mares ? and I yean? old, one pair mules 2 and 11 years old, one saddle mare, set work harness, binder, mower, rake, nearly new wheat drill, good corn drill, 1.1 disk harrow, '2 ttirnin,: plows, wagon, buwry, black smith out-ltons hav, 85 bales oatf. 180 bales straw, about 100 barrels. corn, cane fodder house-hold and kitchen furniture and many things such as is commonly used by a 'rood farmer but to; numerous to mention. Remember tho day the place come out mid buy this farm and the stx I jut ready to farm. Liberal terms nd announced tit sale. -- room dwollint;. with onu house of 7 rooms, one e 10 acre tobacco barn nml a kjI one, four-roo- m dwullfntf. and one 2 wod combined two I I I ! ... 1 j I I Corn acid say beans r grown fasir yonrs mJ crato-- . with iupilM(iilit with an exertj out proHt af f t'J.Oti ptr acrr. This cant binatian praeed t be the host of any he wantod at aU time. The hK as the seemed t hae abot'i what are turned in when the ben are still n little Mtfu nml trie crn hat turned brown ami brirui to dent They will not take to the Imb well if held ant until they are hail For two or three days before they nt to be turned in. a armful of bona should be Kivon tbM so they ulH neotilre a taste by the tint they are srlven ac-rto them. In the fall of two KMd ex IMriMtwu wore ran. on with com nun, whteh returned a profit of IJI0.M per nnd earn aione with er The hitter tankhf. in a ef-fe- . relurne.l a not pro lit of S0.M per acre. Many fanners would like I" rankle 111 the bren.U uf the l!t'tulii n this fall, but will not do can campaign manairers it because they have not prpard for It by ptantink' soy Wans. These two tests run at a most unfavorable time, td returned a profit, and with the price of corn and hou nearer to NERVOUS, trether than it but been for Mime time, it teem that now it n i;ood time to RUN-DOWN Kl busy. Time no i(Uiv.tlon hut what it will Kiy to feed tuHkaKu. and man mes it oner, he never after Miuottri Ladjr Suffered Until Skt feeds hK without it again. There wtll likely be a large amount Tried Cardui. Sayj "Result of the wonderful corn crop sought by frost, and it appears that hogging Wa Surprnkif." Got Along down ijulckly is the logical thlnj.' to do. CimmI Fine, Became Normal feeders run be bought reasonable and if gotten olf before aad Healthy. the winter slump, should make some nice mono) when mimllml this way The small number of hogs on the hprinwiriii jio.- - .Mr iuck was no weak I roiild hardly stand up, and I farms this year as comarod with last would linvo altia and year and the year is bound was not well at any time," say .Mrs. to create strong demand for cood 1). V. Williams, wife of a hogs. This demand will hold up the farmer mi Itoiite C. this place. kept KetlliiK biMd.K hea and havlne to price or raise it, and the farmtr who r.a to ImiI, routlnui Jlrs. Williams Is lucky enough to own some good. Uewrlhlni: the troubled from which thrifty feeder will in nil probabil bIim iiIiI.iIiumI rolli.r II irsiiinti IIia 11.., 114 ( aptii " 4i Cardui. "My Ihi.UukI. harlnK hard ity mnkc money on them of C'ardul, proMwed cettlnc It for me. When we morals reach the Jump "I law alter taklne boiiia Canlul that I wus Improving. Tho result ing olf point of life w immediately was surpililnp. I felt llko a different decide that It U not tlmo to Jump. person. rt ay hv tranert nr fur ISt. er. hvtr-dbw- siil-nd- WEAK, ALL 11 11 well-know- R. m Gh PAINT LICK. KENTUCKY. Woods "Idler I sutfered from wcaknwis and weak lae)t, ami felt all iiiu uiu resi well at nimn, I was so , my iiuiuanu nam u.iu I,,. would ret 1110 romo Cardui, which , he did. It itrenKtheniil mu . , , y , doctor said I prt alone fine. I was In Rood healthy condition. cannot I say too imirli for It." Thousands of women haro suffered ss Mr. Williams describes, until they found tvlUi from tho uso of Cardui. Mince It has helped ao many, you should not hesltutn to try Cardui If troubled with v.omanly ailment. Fur salu (tvryuor. KH1 run-dow- Our fclfice devil says he received n painful impression the other day. He sat on the business end of a tack. When u wife weurs the family pants she is at least considerate in one respect, bhe doesn't narade them before the public. The last census was a difficult one to take. Most of the population was counted twice at home, and then again at Los Angeles, Newport or I'ulm Beach. t The Central Rocord, Lancastei , Ky.. Thursday Oct 21,1 920 As The Editor Sees It POR WM. J. BRYAN SAYS FILIPINO SALE-BUI- CK CAR GOOD AS NEW- n,.w Kvrry time n hand I shoted into FIVE PASSDNGEK. Kim fi.OUlf mile iiii)M mil, Price 51, "l)0 c nl tires ntxl dust cover IMii.iie fill S. A. Walker, Lancaster. THE WORLD FAMOUS Williams - Colored AT - the liiKflinlt mcs a liuwti of frrh i pulled out. rottenno Jttit what will lie the pimhmcnt mrtrd t ul tn three crooked player nml tlic gambler who bought tlii'm we i'oii'i know, .hut what should lie done to them the whole country know. Hut nne thing crrtnln. The puli-li- e rnn clriinae the national sport by refusing to utlrnd nny game In which n playrr appears against whom there lire nny well 'grounded suspicions. It miiy snvnr nf the boycott hut there are times when strenuous method tire Justifiable. No honest tniin want to my out hi gnod money to bnnt crooked game iind enrich a liuncli of rotten Km f tern. ( Kill That Cold With 5i CASCARA TOR WON THE HONORS from he lin ln Xn ("ranclceo at i (In a ncnid, err i for Ihe InlernaltfMwil ,Ne Ifen Gertie. Wtll'm J. Ilr Jo foltowlnr renurkaMe trllmle lo ii1 I'. Meteor to Ihe imjii nilplno ulio li In roarc of tim I 'Inn pHn liideinu I'utiKrltjr dtic .htt ttlHt writ ioninilen t.all Mlln: CclrJi, Cough TVe m tfh 'OV i . jLf QUININE AND GrPP' hrl rreie. lam KelKvr rani4ilca In Ihe Uiill'O Dy WILLIAM J. BRYAN. The crentcat eriliul tlctory jet won tirtlilv IviiiiHrullc cmiti'tillon n aciircd hj n jroiinc Filipino by thu tiaine of Jowj p. Mclciiclu. Ilu hn chnrce of (lie I'hltlpirfne lUilillrlty llurinu ut it I NcrKc ttl Co.J. art DanRcrour. K 'e, M ..Ultk tf cy ha dy lur Ihe I vmppe Qulmm Dull M ilnrliecita ! '. . lnmlte lhi I Nn Opmt' head- - C . Kill . Wnhlnglun. He ti unl j twetity-illeielred hi education x Its- - N m S'H,. r Singers . Romans Opera House Lancaster, Kentucky. MONDAY NIGHT, OCTOBER 25 General Admission 50c. 1'nrt of tlit house Mill lie Reserved Seats 75 rcMr'cl for while coplc Benelit of (olnrcil IJuitit Church S'lx'nkln nlili criue, ulnc Ihe l"'t iHMitmse and wllhnut n truce of rue from the men exclaimed : "Ob. moth-e- r. Ihi rrn Miir. hi- - proented the claim how gontl imi are to make n a of Ihe Klllilim (o The tialdhcadrd plel" aiHlliiue hii ntnlillHil at Ihe fretiiMh nt hi arKimient, the rklll with which he inamhaliil hi fart nn I MICKIE SAYS 'lie liljrli HHie of hi. speech. He rupll- tilled eerjiitM' and ciimtnltleemeri nlid lllnr paid him the conilliiielit OONl 00 MO tMMtVUJVNCi I aiHl ilieeHtiK when he concluded VJHUSS K IN TMt plen. VSIKHtJk VKN 01M ) hi When one of Ihe riiinmlltee nukeil linn mine ituetloii he retliriird to the lilatforui and iilKuered Ihein with n ihiicIi Inclc and proclhm n If he hud inlen wee'. to pretwre Id answer. It n n rrmarknble trlmnpli. Iwcnlr-twA one who jrars nsi to Dchl for Ihe proinle of Inde- I'iidenci I nn pr"iid of Hit lllu'tra- Hi.!, of nhnt the I ' i hu o capable. lhi!i'M-nii'm- itM and like mi hhK-I- . ) ii..i..r rottfc Sht rno In from r"i rr Imtigry itnil seeing Ihilrli apple (ite U'llix I a ken Ud i I, tltt old and In the public iIkxvI ii f the I'lilllpplne under Amerlrnii (earlier, a, lie proudly Ihiiii mhi nt (Jeorp'town, I'. C He I a renwirkahly prnmUlns ounc jrara a'll druggists sell A it HHIII Hairpin In tha Sky. During ii atorm my little brother stared on llic orch. All of a Hidden a blc flash of llshtiilnc come. "Oh." mother," he cried, "did you see the hairpin ' "" kyl" rxchnnce. Earthquakes. onie conn trie particular forms of cloud are nllrfcd to forcbodn d earthquake, and there l n belief that earthquake shock produce mist, fos and mln The Iden thai 'inroiHctrle nnriiintlnn ore rnn. 11(1011 rcM rn i nil with inrthqunke a much nmre nlitniitlal foundation In wide-pren- Scottish Marriage Cuitom favorlti "eihlluc day In Scotland lleeeinbi" :tt so that Ihe young coupl" can leave their old life with nml becln their married the old life with a new one. )ei eoiqiern e in efull. men mul Clve Tiie art of neinni: nlons and tnke lo concede a (hHiiI for n llb nt hem the (like of harimmt I Art of In milly Giving and Taking. tn there I str nclh but yvix I Philadelphia's Carly Oa Kite heeil to It iinn'ii'C .nrtr"U' dote, a 'omnuiii In ih streets promptings m Then a law Si man etrr goes wrung without of Philadelphia ..-i- l against the practice hia conscience hurling him In the beginning It I only when lie fail to heed it warning that he Had him lea In Mard Luck. ld Wealth ilim t bring happlne." 1' n the mire of the roail ttuit lead ap ("Otto sati-"Ze Uncle IIIeH. to moral destruction. a pa'r fo" dollar an' bought sboes pinched Ids (ret hers. Kvtn when he ha sunk to the an' now he's too tiroud to go of dvtmivity there ure lime itefith when ita still voice i heard, urging On the Wrong Sctnt. him t famuke hi evil way nnil Halt tiie world l on the wrong In the pursuit of hnapplncs. walk ngain in the path of honor from scent They think It coult In basing and which he strayed retting, and In bring rrTi-- by othrrs. Self often dlrs, hut consci-enc- r It consists In gltlng apd In serving eldom doe. tithrra. Pnitntnnnd. ll to 1720 acd pigeon Mai fb nest (rn-nwill unit u hn conicienrr, Had Picked Him Out. I.lttle dnuthliT enme home from school one day durlnc her first tcrtn and announced with tho ntmot anre that l.eater wa her bean It wa rather a shock to Ihe family, but the mother ald "How do you know be 11 Dlil he (rll oii so7" And much to her relief l)ille replied: "No, ho ilnen't know it: I Just cho htm." nur But the Crop Is Better, sow hi wild mil "ill non mature qulehly. reap, for her fruit lie wlm ow uldntit ernln iiho be louc lime fltln- - li 'he ltnret eieil's fruit da no' m.iinre lie who 11 llr Genius to he a Hiwer of iriHirlri riellence whleh am nut of reneh of the rutin of art : a enn tench IMiwer which no and which nn ltnlutry can ncrjiilre. Kir Jovlma Ite.MiivId. C, 11I11 i .'it.piwiHi a SOME FACTS ABOUT THE 1V I d le lil'f ii Tut lf Cit 'I' -- i OCT PHILIPPINES MAN'S BEST AGE A man is as old as his organs ; ho can be us vigorous and healthy at 70 as nt 35 if be aids his organs in performing tht r functions. Keep your vttsl organs healthy with ' ""j0 Not Esactly Tired. But Relien enjnyi tnklne a walk with bl inthei mid nfier wulkln: mil Into lhrountry for two mile the small lint ns tired. When they were muring tumie futher nked Itobeti If lit w:. llrrd The boy anwered: "No, d.iddj but m clad we Isn't Just turt-I- n nut." 1 ADVtOTiriC ra-N- - cow tsT Slat 0J i I' The j car older tlian llarvanl t'nlrrlt of Santo Toii'.a I Platinum A at . High Price .inn. im-ll.l. 'I ' Ttie lflllillio penle litlllllier tOC, did, of which 1.4H.'T'J are ClirlMUii and only P er rewl nun Clirittlun. GOLD MEDAL ..1 The . mndr lm niol III renih from receiil hmwi N'e , ttie dnty, toiihlca M.;iukHs .r i GOOD FARM Public Auction AT 1 A Straight Tip. hare something I have to ak something . you er vory er Them nrr only fkiM Jajinnese In ttie rlne to my heart, and er er " "I Philippine. There are about U.(Mt what tt tal" "Ah. tp Lfi;i Me Ha think I ran cur III Jiipam-- e rnllforuhi alone, or 1'. Vnn knnw vnu : V ht A fell I nm In... times a raanv a In the entire Philip-- ' er " "Ye, you want in ak me thlriv trutf In tils '..iMti ilne an IiI Ihj. where I put jour bat when you rum poekel ..-.- . in.. mh 11m h rel titti- , ".- rs. In fwtiit S" he In!" Knsllli I tauulit rxrlulely In the it. in fnmi ttl the Mrl ridlliplne publlr liiinl. Two . . ii 4irt I Inn nm ihh pleketi '' Chjpl.im-- , l',.6ttlr'r(jl pink lluellrh fluent-I)- , him m nnthe no t i.i tuwtinl be Inn. The cliiiplaii. i m k ' and there are Tui.KhI KnclMi Unfotii nl Hie airu Hindto preHfli le 1 inne ami fashpeaklnc children In the public schools. rerteniit l 1. .'iei Mm tud lie iKiliitiett ionable iHi'r.4i iMirttic It I destined tt bv the Hillloiinl Tie- - mil .1 .' led htm .Mini.' on church 'iiiih-I'i- i it t.Nt 1.. tiring Thej hae nirtllan for Hut j ear and hate a culture and incut that nil! compare Mry fuorably wllh that of other uatlon. ler Ii pri . n. ,.. ihI Inns elite .b In Vnrii in penver "nit h ptnl llllllll liettillie u.-ii- a. iMiinntn "in Im "ti ! ijMtl tiy Jewe- i .. than ' lit- - ii an ounee nr morn if cold. sv iee. "I rti' - - t preli-title- mil-lin- -- m . tile Krt'il't. I I will at Two o'clock on er rent of the Inhabitant oxer ten )eur of ate, iiccordlii: to a iftisu Jtlt complot ii, are lllernle. 'lid I a hlchrr perevntace of literary than that of nny Seventy of the 1'Mllppllie - Saturday, SELL THE UEST MONEY MAKER FOR SALE. EV.-:- Oct 23rd, OFFEKED IN LINCOLN COUNTY, South Amerleun eotiiilry, higher lluiu that of Spain and higher than that of any of (he new republic of Kurope wluxe ludcelideiH-- la biHn: cuarun-- I litil by the All let. Tim rihpltio Mtile are unanimous their delre for Indrpendemv. Wbeuoter ihey are culled upon to ilc-linto always l"ll their bfillot they At every ses- ratlllcil thl uplrHllnti. ' Ion tieforo adjtiurntnenl their rcpre-- u KY., nlallM-.In the rellcrute of liberty ibelr faith In ihf trlnidhmI tho linU'finlcme of the Fllltilno in I -- Pepper Tea. rimii nta. ur icpMT lea, dcrlvlnp Ita name from the marked luillarlty this fruit and the pepper bran. Is the berry of a plant which ktowb ubd In llondums, (.'niintl America, the extract of which enjoy wide usueo as a substitute for ten nml coffee, aud Is by mnu) preferred to cither, writes n correpoinlcnt from Puerto Cortez. The hewniire Is ery siKiihlnc. aud should. If Introduced on tht) market, enjoy n marked Icetxe of iNipularlty. 11 with ti ed li 111 a in 'On - rhnpfl folk Ihe a'ltl In the iiiii.f 1,. I 11 mum .it .."if.. ii n .i - hint preachthe Jul II fablon-Uhle Mie si . "itl f 1 ... ilu ..1 "lilt for ( lie i'iiiw'U .11; .ige ii.ive el-(i- i eiit'ild." MOrilWMl'lliM) For Expectant Mothers ItEl lY TMKE lEIEIATIINS ssst, mi, m n soosui airsisaooo Bastmis aitvuiei Cs Birr. J O. Atust. c. IT'S A FARM CONTAINING 255 hiv(iIc. ACRES OF HAND. The nilplno deviate Ihrj lime nn grudge or grievance ngalust the Atner ban petite. Their uppeul Is ncvoti panliil by a meiige of frlmdhlp and t for nil that Amerita lis done for them. They olnt out that I lule Sum gnw Indrpendence to Cuba, and ihey 1ioh that Ihey, too. will writ ilnit boon without which. Ihey iledaie, mid p.ilrb'He ieiiple tut ' tin dtlllied rtijtiy ihe matliniiin of hnp(liie tilal OVER 100 ACRES IN BOTTOM AND 60 ACRES OF THIS One iiiiui with a ritliiik' plow can cultivate this CO acres. Corn has liccn raised on tiie land iiiilinuously. Come ami see what it has on it t lis year. The balance of the land lies well and in a hiKh state of cultivation, well watered an.l close to the Prcachcrsville Graded School, one :.mrth mile from nike. has six rooms, brick hous one tobacco barn, one splendid stock bnrn, ' e new tenant house, well fenced, level road from pike to residence. Three miles from Crab Orchard, one mile from I'reachersville on the L mcaster and Crab Orchard pike, adioiiumr Geo. ttons, and known as the Shanks farm BRASS BAND WILL BE ON HAND TO KNTERTAIN YOU. A GOLD PRIZE WILL BE GIVEN'TO THE BEST GUESSER ON THE PRICE IT WILL BRING. Terms will be announced on the day of sale. Mr. Stephen Walker, on the farm, will s'tow anyone interested before day of side or viol Hl'GHKS AND Met' ARTY, Stanford, for any information. You men who have boys, stand by them. Put them on this farm. Many a boy would have been a successful man, had his father cneouraj;ed and made his boy his partner, instead of scariiikr him to death. What man is there in Lincoln County, who has bought land in the past thirty years has not made a success? Tobacco will brinjr a Kod price. There was more tobacco cons.umud in the last twelve months, than was ever used in the history of the country. Statistics show it. Kvery county Is organized, consumers, want the How do we know' tobacco and the manufacturers will pay for it. COME AND SEE THIS GOOD FARM SELL EVERYBODY COME. I want to see you if you don't make a bid. . IS IN DRAKK'S CREEK BOTTOM. THE UNIVERSAL CAR Out of the more than ?,COO,000 Ford cars in use, about siNty percent have been sold to farmers. Probably no other one thing has brought to the Ainn so muh of comfort and profit as has the Ford cjr. It has enlarged die .social life, doubled the facilities for marketing, brotieJn the town nevt tloor to the farm, multiplied far the farmer the pleasures t f living. ' A family car without an in l . cost of 1 peration and maintenance. Wc wJicit your order for one now liecause t".c dcmarul is large and continually increasing. now- - elf rctptM. A special delegation (f Klllplnt n'presrntlns the Klllplno pe Itle. ntlemh il Ihe !!( publican and I it itl.g iH'rttllr N'ullonal inHtrntloii. an Indorsement of Ihe I'illplno disire for ludependeiue ill Ihe two plntfoti TNoIr wrguiniiit, briefly slatrd, wue follows: n -- Thal tHe AnirrUun ! of liideit'iiilciice declares iici gotemiiietil drrlte their Just ptiwt s from Ihe miiMiit of the gotrrued; Second. That Ihe American Congress, In Ihe Jiiiiea law, solemnly prviii-lietho nilpluos Indrpendcuce upon the estnbllkhuicut of a stable got err tnent, und thai their claim that 'le old stable government la now Mi ex Uiencn In the llandi haa been iiIUciii' ly ciinflriiittl by AiuerUu'a own thcr; and Third. That America went before the world In ihe recent war a the Mimed rhnttiploit of "self detrrutlna Hon." American soldier having been (old It wna one of the things they . vrv llghlliig and dyliif for. ) a Hrst Iiirn-tin- Haselden Bros Garage not interested in uny car rxveri F.i 4 rtpre-siiiiiitlte- J. I. HAMILTON. . rV. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. 1 he Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday, Oct 2 ,1920 1 Making Or Breaking. llrinfclni: up children I s problem to nil parent, Thr character of n clubi i moulded principally In it yourger and It selflom leave the pathway it has been trodillnif in those day. It U made or broken l) it parent. Some parent lire always kind children, hut firm, Insisting upon implicit!- - obedience. The world is full of such children. no, grevrn to manhood, unit they are dominating the trnll important nffa.rs thr world. OtluT parent mi weak mid vacillating. They coax, wheedle, storm, rave arid threaten but never punish. They are not obeyed, and nre often delicti. The world it also peopletl wit ti tit rliili1rtt nniv tv m Murk of the peopling Is' within the four u nils of a Jail or a penitentiary. It U a problem mueed. but one which many parents fait to solve un-e' til too late. The children do it f;r them their own wb I'AINT LICK Tlic r ck bnW some better. A Message For You. rc all I nriuntl hcte u It won't tn you a bit of harm to look at the goods advertised In this )M( up-the- ir Mr. en Tluirdy T. II. Smith shopping. ng- - Dr. Jeaunctte Wallace ct Illnon is ter the stiwt of relative t wn l!ev. Voung and wife, K uii ht .Mrs McWhortet. Mr. Virginia lleniley and little ton LADIES A READ! LINE cannot afford to pay nnler Ui advertise something that won't "stark up" on inspection. That is not the home panel. Merchant ir.ntlng bills In way vii- - in f! e onU Mall Thursttny 't ' v spent 1 M,. firncr trot with Mil lleriha Cnlson iit Fanny Umvdin spent the week I nil with Miss Lucille LackeyHe v. (ialton, of Cnuipbcllsville will! I preach at Jit. Tabor next Sunday Mr and Mr. Forest Curtis' little' lo" nt " , Mrs Fanny Walker Is the guest this week of Miss Lucy Francis nnd moth We have just received some splendid values for fall wear. NICE NEW Kvrry ml in this pnpeY rontains rrn turn of value In some person. Perhaps you are that person but you can't tdl without reading the nils. In-f- Any one can readily secure the comfort of home. It only requires the flight formality of paying for them. "r '"" OF WfJMI,lH.IULJLX It XKjnam 5 CUuiicd Column r. This Will Astonish Lancaster People The oiiick action of .imple witch- hazel, camphor, hyilrastis. etc., ns mixed in Uvoptik evr wash will sur- prise Lancaster people. One girl weak, strained eyes was help- ed by n single application. Ilor, could hanlly sew or read be- In one week came of eye pains We guaranshe too wus benefited. tee a small bottle of Lavoptik to help ANY CASK weak, strained or Intlam-e- d eyes. Aluminum eye cup FHEK. Mclloberts Drug Store. Advertisement, Miss Jonnie HrniUton was the guest of Mr. 1). W. White for the week end. Mr. and Mrs. Hen Sptirlock' little girl, who has scarlet fever is report ed doing nicely. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Kstridge and Sunday haby were at Cnrtcr.ville Fieishers Knitting Worsted ALL for RATF.St Single insertion Ic a word No nd taken for less than 'JOc in this column. No mis in thii i promptly. chestnut hunting, Protracted meeting began at Manse m Kviurxxncx'KXMVM Sumlny night. IleV. Mr. Stevens dueling the service, HH'I On Itldmiond Street a AND BAGS nirdlud rase. Call at this otTice and Mr and Mrs. I) W. White were (escribe i?se John Molierley ner quests of .Mrs. F. II. Hoggiird in Winchester Thursday F(li: SALK:- milk cow; Up-to-da- te Willie Itogers is going around with fresh nnd a good una. n.hroaft smile. Paint Lick litis u new 10 1 T U Vanti assistant postmistress. KOP. SALK: Mr. J. O Todd will sell the .M l!ed Tu heating eondition. Mill nt this place better known us the Mrs. Kella Arnold Frnneis. llurnum and Hucker Mill Saturday (JO.Jftt.) Mr. nnd Mrs. Mark I'lunnery an I MARKSBtJKY daughter of llerea were guests SunWANTKIl: To buy nernl tons day of Mr. and Mrs. 0. M. Trea.lway f Iwl. slrnw. X. X- - nUv (x Co Miss Annie T. Cecil of DanvlUe is Mr. William Italston will not return or ptioait It. I. PeJpllref SI'-A- . spending several days with her aunt to Cumberland College until lifter the Miss Eugenia Pollard. tlection n he is of tlnfirent belief Mrs. Kyle Ison has returned from ion lt:.Nr: -- Vmr yar ll'tt lOis lr. and Mr. II. H Monig.imery an i 'he (treat Ijkes where she has been Appl) t" arri farai at ,Urcllu to see her son, Cullon, who l station- little daughter, Martha wer .n l;i.i K. C .McWiwrter vlllo to the foot ball game S.i'ur'li ed there. 1016 II Main Street, Mitt Corn Kryurit, who hns accept Lexington, K Mr. Preston who was operated on ' (if) several days ngo is still at the Lex- - o ! a position a asst. postmistress will AI l'. I t.l I'flP .1. ington hospital. ' Keported in a sen roam with Mr. and Mrs. II J Chest mar. tn for ladles t time nlwi I nut. out condition. good cuw Will sell or trade both r,tx Vounjr. who ha been sent to Messrs Clus. and Leslie Clark of, Harry F.nson, for Ford Car. Lexington spent Sundnv with their ' th" circuit will preach at Walnuttn Jutison. Kentucky 10.4t fir!lt an' eV4'r-econd Sunday at sitter. Miss Virginia Clark nnd Mrs. night of each month. ......... u... j.ii Nora Prewitt. A lnt (Snsoliiie eitL'ine and ennlaire cutter crow'' of mvn an ' Mr. and Mrs. Mitch Lane and chll- complete with livlti piping etc. New drcn nnd Mr Margarette Lane were w,'r" in Lancaster Saturday to hear t Phone 23. W Sander Sunday gue.sti of Mr and Mr. T. L. M" nil,!,on Pak ,,ut l""l' pulnted as Mrs. (iibson did not arite ..! tf x llroaddus. Master Cecil and Rice Hroad.hjs'"n,il . FOIt SALK PKIVATKI.V: The I,uc,u" ,lai1 a Mr ani1 ,r- - J" and Mr. T. I. llroaddus have recently llrad-Jley- , DaiTey and Robert Sower went the Cox of Klrksvill, i former residence of Gorernor WOLF TRAIL. ,,u'ir Sunday Mr. nnd Mrs. Imcn visiting their cousins, itwter opposite Ijinwtrr High School e pleasant guest Thursday of Mm. Myrtle Mr. Kthel llerkele. Mis Billy nnd Walker llroaddus of Buwia """Inifield an.l family of Jtsumine Mr. and Mr. Ottls Slotts entrrtaiii. fteynuM. Campbell, Messr. Joe (losntir and bulldinr. Lexington avenue, 'county and Mr. and Mrs. Murphy, of Vista. ed n few relatives Sunday- J. It. Mount. Mr. und Mr. Fred Howard of Andy Cruushorn were Sunilay guests W .T. Doolln bought a lot of cat- Sorghum making ecm to be tak- Madison ami Mr. und Mr. Walter of Mr nnd Mr. Willm Coulter Mr aml Mr' Clarence Hurchel lef 10U HKNT Ctcrage adjoining the from different partie near Lan- I Casey were i.itor of Mr. and Mr ; jj, an, .Mr. 11. ti. Montgomery hotel for year PJ1M. Possession git. caster. Price 6 anil 7 ct. He also "onilay for their home in Kansas af. ing the day in thi vicinity now. MoberUy last week. W. T. and little daughter of Paint Lick j en January" 1st. For further infor bought another lot of cattle nt Stan-- , ,,r ,everal rvk Vl11 to hi'' Parent. Mrs. Mose Hay spent the day- - Frl- Mr and Mr. Clarence McCullley en- spent Saturday night with their, par- I iiiatlon call on ',",n,'l ford paying about the snme price for'Mr an'' Mn- - J day with Mrs. James Matthew, tertained Sunday Mr. and Mr Crvin ents Mr. and Mr. John W. I try ant. ' Kmma Ilurchell. Mr. HelU Arnold Franc ' them. Mr. nnd Mr. W. T. Moberfey visit- - Siaip.on ami wn, Mr. and Mr. Hunt Mr- - am' Mr- - " J- Chestnut nnd The Udies Working Society met Mn Wn,.r Calvy tttvJ. er Davis and daughter nnd Mr. Joej! .1 Mr. nnd Mr. It. I llurton and famJJr f n I.... lr.Js itnii with Mrs. Kdmond Suton lait Thur- - ,n"'lfeti of this place, Mr and Mr, 'j It'll, II J IIH Tl .ilullllllj HI VI Hay and children WANTF.D.-Ci- od reliable white The YUit Lexington Ave, Danville. motored, ' day. The aocial hour wai greatly en- - ' J I'eyton, of tenant. Will hnie five acre of to Mr. and Mrs. Carl Cotton and ,n Kllisburg and were guests of II. family will be greatly miwed in thi hanced by music rendero.1 by the bacru und some com. (tood house 'Irt-n.ude n recent visit in AUtiuon community and refreshment, served C- - 'Won recently. KKYANI'SVIIJ.K ami cow pasture. Must work for rue wlth rtIall ' 11 by the hostess. Woods and Mi. Hall Mr. J. Mr, it. A Dnwe und Mrx. O M when not in crop. Itefrrente retiulf the was Mist Thelma Simpson The meeting to have been held l!o'ton have returned from n visit Mrs. Florence llallard i some bet-- 1 Morelund entertained with an 'it form-ite- r 'l. H. H. Frye, Hubble. Ky Nov. 22nd., by Hev. U Amo has been uf everal day with Mis Itoyston's pleasant guest of Mis. Jessie llay l sewing- Friday afternoon Honoring nt this writing. y night. i canceled. A protracted meeting will' cuins, Mr. and Mr. Arch Mr und Mrs. N. T Gruw were week, Mrs K. II. Klden of Nlciiolasville. Igin with the churOh at this place "v. "f LOST Set af BUtomobili- - rimlns. The guest were: Mrsdame llogan mw Vain end guest of relatives ut Cythan. M Mr( Jo i ( a( ,,ur,on- - (never been Mrs. K K. White wa very much nm aellun Dailey motored to UC next Monday evening, Oct. 25. The m"' 15 removetl from .tck. Dr. II. A. Dawes ha. returned from v- will be conducteil by Rev. surprised last Wednesday when Monday. Innrllf Mr. and Mr. Carl F.ngelhardt of iProbddy lost on Huckeye rotid la a two week stny in Perryville. norner oi Lnmpbeilsviiie. hvery- - eral or her friend ntil children gnth-bod- y lUward. Leme nt He j Thursday Mitxe Tlielmn Simpson and Annie Mis Lew Dunn of laincnster is resioo.i. ivy . are receiving congra ord otTice. invited. ered at lier home to celebrate her William Covble Pentlle upon tlui arrival nf C.nr, Jr. I tulations Atkins trvrv visitor Moiulay night of the guest of Mr. Helle Tomilson. birthday !I Mr. Courtney Hubert hu rented eventy-fourtpi'. Mr. Knglehardt will be remembered tou. Mrs. Junes Land. spent the Mrs. Pete Pontlexter tin- - home together with about 75 Misses lleulah. Mane and Wit a Mis .Mary Lou Meusle, who held FOH SALK: My new- - llungnlow in Hichmomt a the guest Mr. nd Mr. Wilbert Dailey amC week-enof land from Mr. U. I itutton ' ford und P.lizaheth Conn. Mess.-- . a puiitiou in the llrynntvtllc Hank on Danville Street Fvirvllilni: son were, guest of Mr. und Mr. Johic of her mother. will move to it in a very ilio't vin Patrick. Karl McWhorter n.d some two year ugo. miMlern niul i'oMto. Mr. Logan Thclkcld of NlciiolasMr, Uurton will move to time. Davis were In Kichmoiid TueJH I'ratlur, Sunday, Quite ii number from liere were In Jt once. hor price nnd liberal ti nu. gueL of Mr. ville where he has bought propel ty. ' day to the foot ball game the week-enMn Allen Tenter spent Tuesday ville was Daw-cx- ' T O Hill, ljinter, Ky. Danville Thursday to hvur Senutor Mr. D. Huffman will move to M At the Wood's sale land sold well nUht in Uncaster with ber sister. Collivnr Hunting those being Noah Smiley Hill, Frankfort. Ky Hubert property. Itev. Ceo. S. Conant anil fumily - Mr. MIU Simpson. 30l per acre. Mr. Marj averaging Murice, Jr., Joel Mursee, Jame Durwere .Sunday guest of Mr. and Mr. The majority of the women in thi tin Green bought the home place. Mr. jj ham. W. II. Cunningham, Virgil Scott. not0n WUk called last prcinct hnve unfortunately mis.ed Will Marshbanl; sevenil acirs. Mr. Kri', ,'t(', ,et. tfle t!ct cnid of Mr. and John Camplill. FOH SALK: My resiiuiice tn h J. llogan Italian! Sum and Jelf the splendid political speeches, in our Mike Noe nnd Mr. It. J. Walksr also Mr. und Mrs. W. T Wttolfolk of ant Miss Mary HUle llolcomh. Crub Orrhanl Stnet with two acre ulton. rj( Lexington were guest Sunday of lutvn uuii nuve time or no eninusi omer. of ground. Ilou'e hn: eiviht roonu, Mrs. L. II. Hruner if Iluvna Vista Mr. mid Mrx. Joe Hay and Mr Mr. K. II IJallnnl. n..m to vote. They nre entirely a- 2 halb, bath ro'im, hot nnd cold was the hostess to the W, C. T. U. for Hillie Fuin siient Sunday with Mr. Louis Seibold. veteran tisfld U'ltll tilM IIIm,! til Vnt.k fnr .!.... water, electric lichu and nil modern Mr A. T Scott, Jr., wai the guesti. tin all ilay October 'neeting last SatOtheni ay they won't vote because 'nl ot ,hl' NVw York Worhl who 11 Powell Dailey and family, Sunday of hi parent, Mr. und Mr. urday conveniences, liuludlng nil out build-irfSixteen member were pres,akiK " our of t,,, euntry. write. Mf uli, Mw Kl,jlh McMIian auJ A. T Scott of loincasUr. they can't vote Intelllgently-wh- ile Now occupied by A. W. Kuva. ent and the morning hour were tie- - nauglr. follow: there nre cpiHe u number who nre 'sou wer guest Saturday evening of Possesion Jau. 1st., 1J21, Mr. and Mr. Nuthun Noe of Cuiu- - voted to the business section ttf the to playlMr UI(l Mr Wlbert Dailey. "'rhv Tun' ,MUe " prntlcally awake to the "paramount! Iluuy A. Moore, den, Ohlu are the guet. of their itn ,..t.ti,lir At thi- - noon hours a splen llliine :i02 In deciding the. issue" of the campaign will vote any l'I'orat Prt in Mls.ouri ns it Mr. au.1 Mr Homer Hay spent u rfe- (ttt. Jiiliri iiml Tjvlar Not1 . .November election y, vi did luncheon w.t prepared ny the Mr. nd Mr. J. II. Kdwurdr Uid ladies and hoU-- s. consisting . chickunquestlonably will in Ohio, Ken- - Hatful weck cid In Lancaster with 100 $1.80. fumily wu called Sunday to the bed-od- en, ham, saluil. suudwichc, n klet, tucky. Oklahoma und Indiana. The Mr hrank Hay and iiuugiiter. JH of hi mothe.r lit VersaiUen. pies txtnten biscuit, ic cream ciike The Hecurd will ind the Dull) conducting a most aystematic canvas Me C. C. Detfkvr i the cueil of und colfee u much enjoyed. After Courier Journal 100 day for M.HO. joge tu- - ntilertained Wed of the colored vote in these state. !neiity Mesdames Andrew urul at the Seelbach Hotel attend- - lunrheon a tudy of the League f This wilt take the sulncribcrs thru FHU1T AND SIIADK TUKESi "Women of that race have no Jutistntt mid little dnuuhter and Homer inir the Mniuuk Lodge in LouUvillu. Nation prj. ami con unJsr the in. the Presidential cnmpalgn and until JJL00M1NCJ SHULMIS cau.e for complaint of lack of Mis Muyme llallard l expected to l"Vislon of the president, Mim Niu long nfter the votes nre counted. GRAPE VINES tentton. They nre apparently prov-- ; ... ,i ...v- - In tuw davs for Cineinnati' tu" prttvetl to be moil intereaUigc. Send subscriptions to this olfice. k.,lti, Mvtiiti,.,. EVERGREENS enjoyable ing moil gullible victlmi of loquaci- Muster Holman 4. were tlinner guest, wheie .he will be the T'" , of frien.ls. PERENNIAL ous und presuniive organizer of their n,. ti ,.t ,.f Mr nd Mr.. Jame. T. Mr. it i' i uieeiiug-- i 111 me niiiory oi mo union RIIUBARH and by consent voted to be an unnunl own race who are working under the I You Hose entertained thu Ladle Aid Su- Hinder. ROSES utruir. Mr. II W. McAfee at Camp tlirection of the Republican State iipnni."' Mr und Mr. Curl Muberley und.clety of the 'drove Church ut Iter, Dick Hobinion will be the hoitess for Then come to the Mason School manager with profit. Some of the week-enwith home. House on Saturday evening, Oct. 23, C11 the November meeting. inducement held out by these oriranl daughter spent the lust Madi-- j Mr, und Mr. Andrew Clark in Mr, and Mr Jiime Durham and t 7:30 o'clock, nt which time nnd FREE ILLUSTRATED CATA- - xation arc uppolntment to office and son Conuty. lady or place, theru will be held an enterion, Noah Marshal were guesta a fewWANTKI):lnditrIM social recognition at the white Iioum. LOG. NO AGENTS. Mr. anil Mr. Clarence McCulley day last week with friends In Mid-nn- d gentleman agent wanttd In lnncaster tainment and pie supper for the bene. "The Kepublican managers in Indi to handle Watkln products. Agent At of the school. Kvcrybody come Muter Kyle Kay were gutU.of ttjtsboro. SONS ana, Ohio, Ukiahoma, Kentucky and Mr. Minnie McCulley Thursday nftit II. F. H1LLENNEYEK Mr. H. I. Uurton spent several average $1 an hour. Vtlle for free and help a good cause. Missouri, are seemingly stopping at days last week' in Cincinnati. She catalog today. Teachtr, Dora Scott. nothing to line the negro vote for nnd lYUay. LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY. JRj, Watkln Co., Memphis, Tcnn. 10.14 2t. . Harding." (Mane Murphey, John was accompanied by her neice.,Mn. l. s l Mjjjjame con-wit- COLORS. roluinii charged, Seven insertions for the price of live Phone order must be paid TRUNKS, SUIT CASES TRAVELING line of mens and boys sweaters. Jery 21-8- Comforts and Blankets gi tes. At attractive prices. A call will convince you. IB Big A. T. v M Scott & Store Son, Props. Al-li- 1 t.. Jee i f. (10-21-tf- - - , McKen-'Thursda- Nioho-preachin- g h J.eil-acr- A1-a- d d d Mk-si- llbl-rui- rum-snood- -. ' v. j 1ir - ll 1 e Day. For TREES TREES jj, Ottl-friend- s , .., gut Are Hungry? i d - 1 t Gt-pc-