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EFFECTIVE PLEA BUMPER CROWD GOOD SCHOOL I i - 12 Pages Today THIHTY MWAsl NUMIIR 3. vain efTort to stem the K,n Mountain Tuesday of Anderson Countv. with- mgnt the t ongressman wus niuen tide of the republicans which were Crowd Here Last Gilhood has spread far and wide out any suggestion from Judge daily turning from them to the Dembert, prepared and published n state- for a speech at that place and so wns ami in most instances by peo- ocratic ranks. She paid a beautiful I Monday. ment denouncing Swoiw's method of Private George T. Davit. It is pos tribute to the nle who do so wilfully and American soldier boys they sible that Mr. Swope's appointment campaigning nnd declaring The fact of it is loval Itepublicun committee. Knowingly. was made first as he was given the anil their part in winning the world The uould vote against him. Judge Gil- Mr. Davis who war, that while the Republicans insist- - which had charge of the speaking ap- - this, the League of Nations is : right to speak first. T. I.M.f I. at.ltnit tj. nm in.. i, ed that the Democrats wanted to to a 'bonus for the soldiers of the'lke in the intilesl of the deinocra-Worl- d loiiv,. fli.. H(nH .ml ..,.,. ...... lulu ,)0ntnicnt of Governor Kdvvin P. Mor- ,M.,,sented for the purpose of .. . Itlrinx. i,.,.l ."-- . row. inere inn jioimay, lire .vo oe con- ... Mr.. Swol' f"r n War said he was In favor of 'tif "lrk,,. It is ........ ik.. n nr iv tlnir in lis known um th I fainii nf ih. i""'""""" by'41''1"10" ot ,,m' an,, " throughout bonus plan advocated the four-folbV all the nations ... I- .- II Contract I I .. of Nations tlae: thr real fnrt is that 19 piuvFta fiiircitllK vtunii 1. sj sv i Governor Cox. and endorsed by the l"" Congressman's address and gave the League of "Nations has no ' Hag ,,,m Xrtecl attention, thinking of but taken into consideration, for the Gar-- 1 participating ill it to keep the Democratic platform. the blood of the boys who gave their rr,t Tobacco Warehouse where the! peace, to reduce armament, re lJ1,0""' " SwPl- wou1,1 u. p ...t.i u i...i. speaking was held, was being rapidly ducu thc manufacture of War him the same courtesy Hut nay, live, on Marnier Held. Heans had premised lower taxes, few- -' At ths point she paid a beautiful ,H,, j0K before the time announc the doughty "warrior who wore a (materials and to tlo all nthpr utllces and to F ree 0 d Uin. cr tribute to such a flnu when on, is to .i UI .1... ..i. i V ,.i- 111V IIHHUI ll "He to do Mororw. tearful plea for be made and said she would like to fails to things tending to promote Governor Morrow nevei and said that even, )Ifchim ,o Old inS last take some part in it making. M ,ruw n KO0, crow out to hear him i peace and to arbitrate all dis- hw Old I ing would this year have to pay lhp hhe made a strong plea for Sena- when he speaks in binciister and het)utes among the nations ami o( h her. anad valorem tax. a. wl a. the pol l r(, coMon . tor Ileekham and Judge Italph Gil. certainly must have been proud of hj make war the last purpose and tax, ami that every citiien s taxes hail the ,, room, askinif as he departed that bert. denying that the former was tlu. gathering that greeted him here . ,. h . -, .' been "raised In two ways, by an In. .. . ever against the increase in the rmv in.t M answer crease in their assessment and by a entrance of the school building and of teachers and had always encour- Th"c liouse had been previously been exhausted. The raise in their tax rate." shake hands with him. Amid hoots aged the advancement of the schools decorated, with flags, bunting, pic - 'to such propaganda IS simple, Judge Gilbert told of the enormous and jeers, Swope left Kings Moun- of the slate and that the state capitol tures of Republican candidates and ' Wo have had war without a expenses of wars and war equipment, tain in u hurry, thereby showing; that could be pointed to with pride as one ( many flowers .which showed artistic ,tfuglie of Nations ill which OUT and said if a dollar were set aside he is a runner tn at least one sense of the monuments of his handy work taste by those who performed this. . , I uo8 "uvu ",UK",1 u,u u;uul"- for "every second of time since Adam of the word. It was perhaps well while he was Governor of Kentucky.',, art of the work. She called attention to tire fact' w0 recently ill the history and Eve were in the garden of Kden, that he did run, for never have the When Governor Morrow entered' -' the total would not pay the bill," He people of Kings Mountain listened to that Mrs. Christine llradley South,. the building, the applause that greet - iof the world, costing hundreds said Secretary Daniels had decided a mure masterly address than the one of the foremot lady leaders in Vd hint for several minutes was deaf - . of thousands of lives and tills that SOO,000,000 should be appro, one delivered by Private Davis. His me nepuuiicati party was inking a filing, many carrying tneir entnus twenty-tw- o billions of priated for the American Navy If tho denunciation of Swope, who behaved great interest in the Republican cam. iiisin so iur us iu inrow iuub imo ine colntry United States did not go Into the so discourteously, wus scuthing in paign and at times was hjtteriy at- ntr, that made the huge building dollars. Since we have war league of Nations. He said the the extreme, and the Congressman, tacking President Wilson. Hut he echo from cellar to dome. without the League of Nations League was at least "a start in the hud he but stii)cd would never have insiste.l that in these attack. Mrs. He was very' happily introduced something ought to be done to right direction, nnd we shall never get forgotten it. To the credit of a num- South was not sincere nnd uuoteil bv I. U Walker, who was also given intake a war in the future im anywhere unless we make a strut," ber of Republicans, be it said, that from an article written by her some mi ovation, for his voice has been The if possible. He declared the Constitution of the tilt heartily disapproved of Swope's time bko. when she praised President heard In so muny gatherings through- - probable League of Nations is the only United States was Itself a League of action, one of them tool: the floor, Wilion in the highest terms nnd til- - silit ths at litis mil fnitnlv sltirlmr thln War be- Nations, and told how- - it had been ami called on. all present to remain sisted that he was as great a man as ..anuuilen. Cm -- mor .nk.. for n,.r. remedy olfered. amended nineteen times, the last mid give the Democratic speaker the President Lincoln. jy Xv0 hours und had the undivided jtweeu the nations of the earth She said that many Republicans;ttentlon of the crowd though it was two amendments being the greatest same attention as was given the mav be looked for at anv time of the all," a sentiment which was s . i si i speaker. -- Interior Journal. were daily almiidpnlliL' the sinkliiL' till '(Wist 4 tills ' sis tlirit. I'" liu . 7A wnnoui some khui oi a con- ... .. ,i.,.,nf K.,.,hiirroundly applauded. Answering the tweon then, to keep the till Ties for sate. Hudson & Farusu. the Democttic charge that the League Is u party tain.f he asked huw it could be so ninny fine Republicans and the finer end and the League of Nutions in I'L'ace. some kind of a recog- nnd yet be fought so bitter way. tney are me taster they pock to the particular, calling the latter a iilzetl plan to Keep ami ' l in America. by every Juuire Gilbert showed that all the Democratic standards. She said that "League of War" which h arrange international Judge Gilbert discussed the soldier leading religious denominations of it was strange to her how any Demo would be more appropriate than the ,,., ( aml understandings. The bonus at some length, asked why the the world had endorsed the League cratic women couhl stay away from " Itepublicun Congress did not pass the of Nations, that the faniiera organi- thc polls on .Nov. 2nd., or how any !;r,r.,'11fn.4?,i,r" women ,m,,!C "renl question, therefore, is, are lu! ,lal)1 to ,mve war with bonus bill, nnd if It did not pass tho zations backed It and that no liutifn-ituria- n white woman could vole the Itepub many of whom were present and urg-,"'- 0 bill when It had control at the had licun ticket. bonus organization of any kind ed all to go to thc polls on November 'or without the League of Na--'nShe put Governor Morrow In a last Congress how it could be expect declared against It. while,' leading nnd by so doing Kentucky would tions? Those who are spread-giv- e ed to pats the bonus bill In the nexr- - humanitarians and philanthropists the class with "fatty Arbuckle and a handsome majority for the;nffth. false alarm nbout war Congress. world over had declared for It. ( harlic Lhnplin, saying that he had fU,r,lh.UM:e"k'lif i"',.',cktt; e should have the League Judge Gilbert told of the use of Answering Congresmnh Swope's inls-j- u way of entertaining the people, but i?" of Nations have never once sug- League, he I gave no enlightment or edification. his Congressman's frunk by Swope representations of the the hand of the Governor and exnress She said that the record of Harding to him their appreciation of his mas-- 1 gested the idea of how soon Republicans, Uoted from lending to send out personal letter of a poliTaft und Prof. was about as changeable in Congress terly address. tical nature, addrescsd to whitea and such as our boys would again engage negroes alike, und all beginning: "My Irving Kltber. In support of the ,ns It is in the present campaign. In in battle on foreign fields withDear Friend:" Judge Gilbert said the League) it means of bringing peace Congress he was continually having ing of the choir composed of several the names of different boats chang- hundred men nnd women, the most out a League. And the truth peoplo paid for the paper and en- on eutrli for ull time. Judge Gilbert closed his speech ed und by actually count he had catchy song among them being "Cox of it is, the voter should undervelopes on which the letter was sent, nnd even paid the Secretary who pre. with an appeul to the women to vote changed the names of 7:i'J boats and .Means Vlstory." It hus the right stand that the chances are the Democratic ticket. "It means u (hut now she wanted him to have the ring and brought forth much ap- manifold greater that our boys pared the letters. "The only reason the Republican vote to uphold International integri- privilege of naming one more boat, plause, as did many utterances of would soon be again in camp oppose the Leairue of Nations," he ty," he said. "It means u vote for and that one is to be the bout that Mrs. Stewart. foreign battle fields if we The Utters nddreis was considered on aid, "is that they may appeal ty the national prosperity, for peace on will take him up Salt river on Novdefeat the League of Nations prejudices of the prejudiced 41 get earth and good will to men; it means ember Srd. the best vote getter and Democratic One of the hapy nnd pleasant sieech heard in Lancaster during the than if we ratify it. votes by misrepresenting that they a vote for the white supremacy la Prior to could net possibly get In any other America and In our beloved State." features of the evening was (lie sing. present campaign. the time the controversy was r..-ad THE CLOSING DAYS. , raised as to the ratification of t,u' Lnue by a few Itepubll- TICKET. FOR DEMOCRACY Heard Dr. E. L. Powell Will The Campaign Close As ,can cnntor8 lnK fllu l'ur King Swope It BcKun? Goes After pose of creating a political Eight Names Are On Mrs. Cora Wilson Stew-Ball- ot Last Thursday Night. sue people every where with-loWithout Gloves (Kdltorial) political Not in of oldest For Board Of art Speaks At Ware- - Inhabitant, thehasmemory large the crowd This political campaign will clamoring for airiliations were an international a as ADDRESSES LARGE CROWD greeted ii political speaker as heard be recorded as one memorable arrangement tending to pro- Education. House. HERE MONDAY Dr. K. I.. Powell at the Garrard The mote world peace. Now, we in American history. Warehouse lat Thursday night. women of the Republic have find them objecting to the only Eight persons, including one womStewart, of Mis. Com Wilson Senator Charles M. Harris an have filed petitions with County Mwrehead, Ky. founder of the Moon Two hourstin-before the time adver- been franchisee! and cant their plan suggested and they constifukini? would beeln. Clerk, J. II. ilourne. to him- thetr ,)(rhl .Schools and Democratic orator, tised that i Speaks. November 2tltl. fess their inability and lack of the niMmlr Levari tn rnm.. into town first VOtf Oil - ... ittHa I.Mr., names idared on thr tut lot as rumlllnat ill,, lit t.t n . tilvmllil c '. nnd making headway tu the . of the country have qualification to handle the gov. Voters I. ...I. um .1... v ..un., H, rn,.,. r uMe thousand or more house in order to get n close up hear- - j uair iur nn;iiiirl.-i.i- i Juile Ralph Gilbert, of Shelby-vlll- lltard of Kduent'i.n. never been so intensely inter- - ernment while objecting to thU people. consisting of lioth men ntnl ing to the noted divine. Seats had l!st(,(, , Democratic candidate forCottas in one is not offering a substitute. The following mimes will uppeur on women. ,)0itica been errangeil to seat f ve thousanil spoae 10 Kress In this iii.mct. h(, Hcm(i, ,n)M for f;miri) Coun election. Hut in addition Another week argument offeriM.i.ithis ,..i P,n.t,vii, was introduced by ,n..i Mrs. crowded auditorium at me court ,y. Kurtt. R. L, llnrkcr, W. Hon, II. StewartKaulTuiHii. nnd he did tng l)r, . Clay Powell himself, put those in! to this contest has beenintensi-- ed for the purpose of creating home here last Monday. 1. rnn, c. II. I.lfor.l. J I). Wynn. bringing the attendance nt 1,000 people, fled and the people aroused by a prejudice and misrepresentCharles M. Harris, of Versailles 'ol 0,cr ,,., j. M Crtsclllis and Mrs. It to n nueen's taste, houtc to its feet, when he took a' Owing to the faulty ncousties of a constant and premeditated ing the League at the same lowed Judge Gilbert In n fine address. j runrr. ' crack nt Morrow and his "high tax"! the Immense building, it was It was Senator Harris' first appear misrepresentation by the Re- time is that England has six A). ((f fUf hou(, mkt. It was n great intro.jhle for all to hear lr. Powell, yet the ance here nnd he made a splendid Im- - Ro(M, (0nr( ut), ,u up , rlt,.f(M organization and votes and the United States has publican prcsslon on his hearers. bringing out of (;nrn,r(, Cnunty, ollUjde the l.ur. ductiou ami went straight to thecloet attention wns given by the speakers which amounts to one vote. While it is true that crowd and listened with interest many good points Incident to the rnfWf 0ntl,,(J Kchoo, lttTcit to mark. Mrs. Slewurt began her peech by ' throughout the one and half hours of open falsehood, and ought to in the Assembly Canada, Aus The speaker. mnU R present campaign. .,,. t rl.Uo of rtl. of recounting to the audience some of its delivery It was a musterly ml- - tin met at the tiolls l)V a reptldi tralia and other iiritish pro- were introduced by County Attorney, I(r on 0Iir( Nmi ,.nrlMin nf her experiences at the San Francisco dress and onu that only men of 'r-- ) ,, , vute for ,(., Gretn Clay Walker, who served a Kluratlon and vinces have one vote while the , nttflll of their Candidates she was a dele- chairman of the meeting. United States has one, the real Vntrr the new State law the Loan! convention, to which seconded the Powell's caliber is capable of deliver-!.ing. lie vigorously defended theitnu wh",e P,lrt' OWinkntion. J mice Gilbert charKed Congress- Mill consist of Ave member mi ill gate and where she govcring body of the Lcugue SO apparent Cilice it has been nomination of Jame. M. Cox. She League of Xntions and converted man Swope with "flooding" the dis. hold its first meeting the first M went into some of the features of the' many wno v.ere proem, to his way ivuM the beginning that the Re is the Council, England has on n in January; the five cand'daWs with false and anonymous clrtrict League of Nations and explained of thinking. publican organization was de- vote only and the United States cular, stating that Judge Gilliert had" rrrHvimc the largest number of vote-- , Dr. Powell was exceedingly many of the points to which the v charged t J .Thomas, of Shelby Mili i.c'tie certificates of election termined to win the fight with- has one and before any counparty are so seriously objuct- - fled nt the immense gathering, com- u,,. nrw act provides for lortg , County, 175 for alfiitavits in connec-- , out regards to the means and try can be affected the nine in. ntnl ificl.liMl tlml 111, KHltllliltmn l,lltittlil Hit flu rntit.nitla.u In , h, ntnl siliurt Urmt thi ti.iv luar.l .if linn ultti ttlft fllltfttlnnalri' " H ..1 (.is Fiiirinuii i mira. nn ii " e.iu iiu.i nunc imu votes in the Council must be i Miiuiiiixrn iiiMui nil iiiiim ui iiiiiidercd "egan iti tin i , , . Judge Gilbert then rrad an titfiilav memneri win m.vr i ueiermine wie pn T,u.. mwi k. v- seniaiinn rainer uian eiiucauon, now sucn crown eouiil oe gotten to tiuui mi: wukiiiiiiiik r . iiiinmimn "". it, sworn to by Thomas this week, in length of thetr terms by drawing lots, that the democrat are anxious that aether in a town of 2,500 inhabi- - liaiiiiiia campaign we may expect isentations as to the effect of the the which Thomas makes oath that Judge The act spcHlle that two members every man. woman and child m the tants jm(, (,( ej.pt,ct t,t. campaignil League is to frighten the timid C.ilbert had nothing to do with Ins Jsall serve for one year, one or two ("dope" to fly more insidiously and lay a foundation for the that the service for ears, one or three ears and one fori Covenant, while the llepublicans are tucttlonriire. and The DeiTIO- ' which he paid Gilbert a fee was the four ear at the close than even at any political prejudices to build an m.t .nlv .nurcpretenting its contents Misi Jennie lllgglit the proent taking of an nppeal lu the district hut are afraiil to publish i! in the cratic Women, other time. One .of the gross..- excitementa and! give nn excuse . . . ...... board for u reclasOfleatii n. for which' Superintendent of Sehmds. elected campaign handbook and the Itepub-beamisi epresemauon ior ii. The polls open at 6:00 A. M. iniyu uMiori uieir party ami us all attorneys charged. Judge Gilbert for n term of four years, will continue rrss will not tktre print it. next Tuesday, Nov. 2nd ., and whole campaign and, one mat l caiiumaies. ... .1 e urge uumo- declared that Swope's charge was as superintendent until January .H'J2 She snid that the I'epublicnns were ., , At tlwt time the boats! wWI elect a close at 4:00 P. M. If you ex seems to .nave served nesi me crais. aim iiiuepemicm voter the unuial action of the .'wcredited iiwistini; that the League would in- pect The new low makes the to vote do not wait until purpose of those interested has j who believe in the principle of pol.tical candidate who is unable to scesor volve ir wan. would cause us to have stand on his own record u the record superintendent's post a selective one . send thousand, of our young men been to tell the timid and un - ithe League of Nations, the real -- t 4Q p M clw D of his party" He declared th.tt Con instead ef an elective one . into foreign amis to light foreign c Sander,f Chairman. advised voter that should the issue in this campaign, to be creisman Swope. "by bragging on his wars Hi which we had no Interests League of Nations be ratified active, in correcting these false war recorl and intentionally leaving Klllg Swope or cire, but that no one who would GOVERNOR his audiences under the belief that that American bovs will soon statements wherever possible ho saw active service in France even A "Runner." give time to read the l ovenant couhl fiirhtinir on foreign soil to and work for the Democratic trolly believe this, and that the ReIV1URRUW to describing the battle, has dl'KUlt,i, ,irrili. f thi.r i,n. ticket until four o'clock of the publicans themselvts did not believe is a i.gre..mHn Mng day. November 2nd. ed the soldier, of the dl.tr.rt who; it was true, but were using this "' '"'"""rated that Spoke To Immense ;l,on" which thu,Un,.l s,t,!tLs of the' ", r knew the facts" that thirtv-la JUDGE GILBERT fr ut I , I ware-ITh- e, ' - I . . , ! I I - - grati-publica- n i ' I . i I i - . s. U-.- .,.. fo n . 4 1 I c ' I I 1 . -' '..I., conclu-veteran- s CONTESTANT WINS. Big Will Contest Tried. .... . ' -- i er - .i.n . ' banne;, iZ: 'rr: s . 1 recog-thuughtni- ze The contest entered in the Gar rard County Court of the will of the late Mrs. Bell Taylor which bore date of June 'J5th. last made while she was at the Lexington hospital offered for probate at the September County Court was tried last week before Judge StappAt Mrs. Taylor had made a will dated,April 27th., 1920 which was only a few weeks before she was hurt, by which she had given all her property to her husband, Cynn Taylor. Ily thc will contested she gave her husband only the net earn ings of the estate, after the executor had paid all thc debts and cost of handling the property, which the con testants contended would amount to practically nothing. The .contestant took the position that the husband would get nothing for nt least eighteen months. Uy thc will made in Lexington Mrs. Taylor gave $500.00 to one of the nurses at the Hoipital, Miss Overly. Thc evidence develop, ed on thc trial showed that Mrs. Taylor had first seen this nurse only about twelve or fourteen days before the will and that Mrs. Taylor did not even know the name of this nurse at thc time the will was written. It was proven that she called this nurse Mrs. Conn, believing that she wos her neighbor, Mrs. James Conn, of Lancaster at that time. In this will she directed that the property remaining at the death of Mr, Taylor be divid ed equally between Mrs. Carrie Wv- man, her neicc and Mrs. Wm. Dick- erson, of Ijtncaster, her cousin, leav ing nothing to her sister, Mrs. Sween ey i he case was fought out with energy by attorneys on both sides. Messrs. Kverctt Hoover, of Nicholas, ville nnd J. E. Robinson, of Lancaster representing thc contestant. 'Mr. Taylor and Messrs G. C. Walker and E. V. Puryeur, of Danville represent Ing the contestecs. It took two days to try the case but when both sides had finished. Judge Stapp announced to attorneys mat to him the evidence was plain und had thoroughly convinced hltn and his mind was made up, so ui torneys iiid not argue the carV. Judge Stapp then announced thaylii ins opinion irom the evidence Intro duced it was shown that Mrs. Taylor did not have sufficient mind or mental capacity to make u will on June 25th. and refused to probate the will made In Lexington. The will 'mad on April 27th. will be taken up for probate on October 29th. FOR SALE: Number one Harvest King wheat at $2.75 per bushel. J. U. Woods. Manse, Ky. V The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky , Thursday Oct 28, I 920 3 It's dollars to doughnuts- 52-d- The Friend, Indeed i By HOSE TRAVIS WRIGLEYS fcv no man ever smoked a better cigarette at any price! quality, and their expert blend and choice Domestic tobiiccos hand you a cigarette that will satisfy every smoke desire you ever expressed. 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No. lie - rls lit. hut I lime riTlnlu nhti In Ho I tutil liliu tiolli Inc uhiHit. t Ihixo linrne.1 that n fW-o- t lireerte otUeer l to le appu4nlel tury tht uoiifcl for till- - iHtrtrt at n fHUM-r- " lift u far lH'jnm.1 iHrtloN. t am pfltitf lr mihI np iiHt the mailer it. I ilon't f ikf pt4ltlral plum for few kn )) I If lbt)' mh.ii to he offer!!. I txoiilil he rrwwttel nHt I the letter la men hne MitMi hi .1 t ote met Inilamwe at MprlnaHel.l eefc il- I jitu irolue In pmt M twn 'le-- e tmlilnc wire aal trmu t,.. iipfMiiutnMM.' ih' WIIIIn I 4a Nh- - .Km 't H rfcMpetl lu r linml. IIhWHi 'I1hhm- - nlmnti liln ltenl KlooiHlly hmI llifil. "I ilon'i .m." fy iihI-hi- - I i' nl We j Jllre eat too tast we eat too much. less-che- w 14 Eat it more. meal-ai- ds , yr WRIGLEYS after every digestion, cleanses the mouth and teeth and sweetens breath. COSTS IITTIX ar tit-ro- t"l nh HUH ITS MUCH 1 -- I I'Mtiiil ' 'I , l,n know "I liall O'lie ' iiiHler4nd that Snatar K- iiae H ffarl rttwi to fny il" I tMTftt a yet tMMMt nl" Win." Ik- - Everywhere Still 5C hwa to tthtto jmi 'nt 'irrie Treir. holh "Ue'l. Charm Better Than Cempred Air -- mini "fliarm" in a Mnnv peoiA cheme ha iii'rixi' ill ii'o given 10 mt unit Rutland by whli-l- i pit I of tin- .anoint, denletl to illnr. like all other natural ted throtiuh lmmile in n iluniii of lint "charm" l n "irlfl" that trntrr. of work rifl. For certain ite-- ' nil mny po..in n sretiter or ! nhl tn ho verv,iti"lrnhle ami tln If ttiv are prepiueit to ettltlTatP-It- trnnmllcm I tree mure economically Thl ipuiine u 'he ou'rome of ronile than with the ue of air if heart. true vviupnlhv mul Hp - n. - . ltl Hrr rlae i Antt Help Diamond Seeker. Ant hare proven n nefnl nlil to rape Colony illninoml propoctnrH-Miel n'cliiteil wrlth the yellow irroiiml roiitnlnllis illnmnnil. nml fo. lo ins up the Indication Riven hj I rejiortetl to iIiIh npimrriitly Important nriiuiilnt-Hluelil- i mini een In ant-hitme hil in nt lint one InMnnrc tn the uHrel Thorpe ttmt Ihe flHe lil'lilen treasure of cem. illntier lie hought dim iiihI n hh of money lie tunlieil him eouiprt'eil e 1w lii-i- i Intro-itlltei- urtnalMn rtajalte ." ay trtefty at hoe -alt M the Hmk kioI luoi Ihlwti f .liireil Ami Mall. I'lioip.' fnrtWeri hlMMelf vt it It lu 1. Iier of intrmliH iloa aal rawmeiel.t ihHt ami a fe h)Hlril tkHhir lie hiol . vA left for the Mnto rapl'ni ere Ihe We.lt la. I'MltleHl tMrttes MitttotblMt: fwvlcn to M oerieio e. IIIh1 Mm I III a ilat hut he Vtm been to the qHlto or two h m)lere anil inaiiliuliillnli of MA.y Ins iiihI the Hie lie felt lilm'otf for l one ilay he mhi tunnte n to it iiiuh iiaini-- l SHli t I'rlre. The golietween who hrotisht ;ihout Wi I ,0 - ftmr hi ua fro naafart yM. tr.i new pewu. itle htam f ' llnmt. wilt art e raWer 1. 1 Were la ohm hll rn mm-U- Sealed Tight Kept Right ' THE FLAVOR LASTS Mr . PUBLIC SALE OF ileerveil "I'ritv will lit juii out. Mire. He uniliT'tiunl all Hie niM mihI nhvuy hitiiN hl rfleW." ileehweil the wan. "Ju-- t follow III onli'M. tip him couple of hiiNilnil for hi- - help ami MltloH on e iHHISllt II MHlHMlltl ln .ip." of hopefwl of itally Then Hriety ami ntthlly for Thirpi one iIh) hii IohiiM iimii tHfortae.) him ImiIIi 1I1110 anil hit he u money, for I'rtee hail no nnl liliu. nml 11 There na Meek of iwiiiy promli, hu-Io- s laMu-i-lKi- n- TlnirM- - hii- - MlMiot ThiHi hhi mhhI Mm 11 wrote t, I in u NICE HOME 6th AT TEN O'CLOCK Having recently bought a farm and ha 'ng no farther use for this place. I will on SATURDAY, NOV. hs sell at public auction, the home where I now live, located out the Doty of a mile from the Lancaster and Richmond Lane and about three-fourtpike and about four miles from Paint Lick. Tho place is well improved, con fining two acres of land, with splen- uer iilillmely tit illcoery, "the uul'ly did fiv room house and in good repair. Splendid garden and a young twnln" rwn towanli him nil Millie nml orchard of about 40 trees. Oh. WHIN!" clilrpeil Amy aly, liewnl" AH necessary outbuilding, with barn 3GxlS feet, newly covered and Congnitilliite me. upon in) mil' itIihI HimhI, exti'llillnc III llulul, in good repair. ".liil think. Wlllla." llutlpriil Amy. Ihut you wire At the same time will sell three head,-- f horses, one milk cow and "lifterIlootl win u gone I of SVinilnr nephew Mr. two calves. Possession of the home will be given January 1st. Terms ltomter." rereiviil "Anil Jiixt an hour announced day of sale. Hilk. mul Ilootl wiiMil an fiitflope 11 lirev ami u She wiii KaturiiHy trouhle timker. n he wi4l knew, hut -- lie Injet-tei- l miIiiii Into certain rhe iixule llnit ilurk Mroiikoil Thor-- ' Jiwlmiiy autl tnu-iI 110 little UHbappllio.. "That yiiHitc fetlort. Martiii HikhI. mIiomi eer)bil uteiel wa the ietinl hiwu of Carrie Tret or, l Miow-z u trout ileal morn lltteiitioH tit holy line. Amy thtiii to hi- - ilppiw home. WilliVou liuil heller he -. If you iln not wth to hie Amy, for they lire together nearly hM of the time." Thorie wan pretty BhHMiiy all Ihe wny hiwe 1. the train, illvhleil wurr) alum! Ill- - illfiippolnt ment iiihI hut Amy. It win twilight he iMi-e- il the KohliliiM Inline. ThorM-ciiusli- t Mluht of two fiitnllinr llgure-thelit the sunliii Amy nml yoiitii: HimhI. She lielil lit" biitul nml win looking up Into hit fiire hi If hetoUen-Inth ilrepet emotion. If they were they nrti-i- l iih though only very ihsir to one another. IIihhI wiin nil exi'llemi'llt, ill thoiivll . II grently iIihimm wllh IhiIIihI Amy 011 the rut fnmllliirly "I'nriluii me for liilruillns." Thoipi pole hurhl, "hut It llpM'iir to me thnt Mime elplaMHllon li One mc rklil heru nml now." To lil Hltiiiltimeiit, liikteiiil uf em 11 11 xl I 1 11 u 11 twi-eii re frli-iiilkomt-llilni:- letter Ibttt iip.et zrintly. paKli Mr N'cWun ami Mi Cook I Helayeil I of Danville were in thu community Mn. OrtHn ThimMiM ta quite i k U.t Tuela) in nearrh uf old time furniture. at thin writint;. Mr Henry Itublc liouKht uf Mrttrt. .Mr. Lmhum aw( rhMrn II r. a I It. I. Crew at Lecunt flrove ami Klil Hint laat weet wtUi (Mr fat ha r draw nml Auther Mentxamery fume MndUon rwMatf. at IS tt. nVo of Mr II It. Mont Mr aatl Mr. Denalu Sratt, of Niraftlaavill wr in tWt UflalHy j Irawiery a bunh for I I cent Mr. ami Mr. J. II, Dean were with Saturday nftcra). Mr. ami Mnt It. - (!rw HHd Mr. Mr. um4 .Mr. Ham Duncan at Hur'in Wm. On.tott wore in Dawvitte Thut.-la- MN4ay night nml Tuowlay ami ml lorvke at ML Mariah. which for the tpouMnK- t ia hein co4urte4l by Itev. I. K. Mr. M utile MontMmory, wha hii. irk for the pai4 two ' quile Mr. ami Mr. W. N. Orow af 1'lr.i week in very much iMpruvi4. Nnylur ant Hill. Mr and Mr. Th .Mr. V. W MuMtirumtry ami finally and Mr Mngie Truy attt Matter Ike were the uwl of Mr. ami Mrs. Jn. j Clark af Ju4an attended tervlrea Sumhiy. Ilnmilton msir hre Sumlny und were with Mr. ami Itev HiimiiHiiiek uf (itHirnetowii, Mr It. I. Tracy. prenrtitnl at tht-- i plare Saturilay eveThe whuol houtea 111 the Mt. .In ning. Suiuliiy moriiint: mul evonin run roiiMtlidated district were The women of the Mt. Hebron the highit bnlilt-Saturday af'.rf Church hnve Just lent to the Ken. noon, l.ocutt (irove wu ol.l ti M:. tucky HaptUt Children' House .188 It I (irow for C2S, Suunyi-lt quarts of cnnneil fruit, jnm, norghum Mr Ceo. Hall for $0S5 ami ltrourie etc. ' to Mr. Luther Humptirry t ; 1. 111 ' d In-e- a ! . r e .MT. IIKHKON I Mr Wm It Ti-r- l of Imlla THE UNIVTI liSAL CAR Out ( the r. e th.1.1 '.000,000 Fonl cars now in use, alxmt ixt pi rn-n- t liavc !ccn sr.ld t farmers. ProbaNy i nther one thing has ItuusIu lo the farm m muih i.f comfiwt anil pr fit nt has the hunl car. It has cnlaree! the vicial life, doublet! the facilities for markct-- i j?, hrtiught the town ncct to the farm, nitiltiplicilfi rthe fi'mr the pit .uur-- i nfliving. A family car withmit un njual in low cmt of eperation ami mninUiuiuc. . .lit.-i-t your crdcr foronc now Ucaue ti c demand i Inrgc and continually nurt uniitf, 1 t!-.- hlirni-iliie- ut iletei-lloil- . -- -- Haselden Bros Garage. v not interetted 111 ln.-- I mij rur ,.,,(. j.ir, "It l smut 11 my letter front niueot. I my uncle ntul he Your poltioii i T. L. W. T. King, Auctioneer. KELLE i lift- - mul -t mil cl.ul to hntr hreu In Ihe happuie' of the frletul of my llnliree. Willi Thorpe I'nr tie Trevor." Ami llien grukMMl the ingerly iln-p-I- ixiiihIkI JPAINT LICK, KY., ROUTE NO. 2. griiml frlonil ami kUv-iIhe urtlor uf u jouni; tunu mure In lute wllh l.ir lliuii over. liatiU of IhU l Amy wllh The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday Oct 28. 1920 i ENOUGH MEN TO SWING I THE ELECTION Knough men wear HART, SHAFFNER AND MARX clothes uvcry 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 givj 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. I ! MEN'S AND YOUNG MEN'S SUITS $27.50 TO $50.00. LADIES SHOES, CHILDKKNS AND MISSES SHOES. THE HOUSE OF QUALITY. GUNN'S JAS. W. CHAPEL. l BOY'S KNEE SUITS $10.00 TO $25.00. SMITH ' HATS, SHOES AND SHIRTS. LANCASTER. KENTUCKY. i FOR Tiater Cay M! Fthel I net and l!oa preuchinc M For Up.To.Datc I Delayed Plumbing, Heating, Guttering;, Roofing, Mr Repairing, and all kinds of Punnay with .Mm. Uu Hurt. QnKe a n ttatber of ur citisvns were in iJineaslsMr Saturday. Mf Fwrn Mae Prke wan a guaai of Mia Aline McCuMey Sunday. not her little nm bn arrived iit the home of Mr ami .Mr. J I. Imh.dl. Maal.r lltllie Kurtt ha been itilte ill with tnnailltl but i able tw be out Jeae Hurt and ehddre .sent flev. C M (en iidendM and !. Srthr heredeltveunic at 10 A. I'. M. Mr. Kdwin T. :U GIvi'W Ky., ha HMIR e1tliKeHt of I'rllKtotl, rtNtrirc uf the riiiktl'iK. aaif. Mr Curtfe and Mr. and Mr. family of HrvnntviMe. Mr. I., f.. Sanger and Mnyo AndcrMtn uf Cmb (Irrhanl. Mr and Mr. Chiraiic and wh were innu of Mr. Huam IU) and family lat week. Mi, latt Suttun led the W M. S. Thurnlay eveninar Mr. J W: Jnnea uf IMiiville, Mr. T S. 1'ier-at- t leaii iiiteteattnic paper. There Frt Tin Work SKh OH I'HONr. Kurtf Mr hr Mir.. Mr Margaret Kurtz h II. M. KurU and here with .Mm. gueu of TumMtay ant Mr. I'raat. .Mr. ImmI were wn two new mmber added. Mm. anal .Mr. John l.Hd Hubert Carter will lead next mvetlnu. J Kay-mi.n- .l Mf.r Harvey Ttwlur and P.B.Williams&Co I.ancatrr Quick an t K) l Davis have tiMjriiiK ear. Mm. airemuei SIimvmiii Pard Mi PAINT KICK Margaret HiKMnml ha to her hume in Co1iiKton. Mm. It. C. Wood wa. quite III the aeti Work Mr and Hark K.cumond were gueat of Mr. and uf Mm John Friday night. and Mm. WlHie Matter were Ito. recent guest of Mm. Master's parUniversal Duty. ent. Mr. and Mm. J. It. Spark. Kadi of iip U ImiiiimI !o make th Mr V A l.ear purchased four truck little circle In which he lle hettef ' ,,ouni' ,n load ii f hoc in tbt vicinity of Mr. and happier; """'I' "f tvf lint mil f that Mnll circle th Talton May and other lint week. I Stanley. widest bimkI i wer. n Mr and Mr. Hiram we Lexington part of with Meic frft XrquirrJ their little mh, J. W., who ha been H.iiik with his .liinlot Im wr Ure.1 and) ill trantlfniliir other relative. In Junior Mr and Mr. Irvine Simpson and walked alnnc running family, Mr aitd Mrs. Hunter Davis Kale Kly ba returned from a Ml h.mi a ml Imiry e" turned nrouml and daughter wore among the guests visit to fricniU and relative at him distance"Cnintr n. graiiitp put and jelled. fan and l.exim:tiin. of Mr. ami Mr. Clarence McCulley a little more pep In your less. Mias Poem .Metcalf, of Stunford Sunday Mr. John t.aHd u:u the recient wa here with Mm. N. M. HurKor We are solemnly ussured by noted until Monday. that Germany Ij becoming . of the flrt prize of twenty dollar from Saturday rcetieniiat Mi Mary Mae Walker was amoni; also that she I on awarded by the Southern RuraliU for prpcrous, ntii! ball the ron.l to ruin. Well, between the letter for their Ituiltlinic Special on the crowd who attended the foot October lit. Her subject wa "Com- Kante between Centre and Harvard. ought to get somewhere, two the fortable Improvement for the CounMr and Mr. Uobt. Katrldce anil Mr. Charlie Chaplin, in the misery! try Home." baby were In jlicater to hear (!ov. of her nhnttereil romance, advise Master Hubert l.ee Amou wn quite! Morrow speak, Monday afternoon. She j pumfully. nil girl not to marry n geniusinjured about the eye when Mr. Hoy Cilbert, of Lexington ar- might better have warm! them he fell against a concrete step while riveil Kriday to take charito a princiagainst mating with a foot at play lat Sunday. He was taken pal uf the Hluh School at this place. Id Ijtncnutcr iwmedwtely where Ir. Mr. J- T. Thompson has returnHe is do Amon dressed the wound. ed from a three week vaa.it with rel'iir very nicely. ative in SpritiKlielil and Villa drove, .Mr l:t of the week. Monday Mm KIhih Moure apeiit wiOi her unlit. Mm. M. K. A lart:e erowtl vvaa in Ijiiu-a.te- r to hear !ov. from here, Monday Morrow. Mr A. V. Iluyler, of New York i with Mr. and Mm. Wood Walker for a vwit. Mr. Arthur Hurt .f I'ltt.buri: i here for a viit to hi parent and llrt din-M- Cov-Incto- Kverybody i invited The following composed the picnic" party in the Cartcmille district SunMi I.ucy Spoona-morc- . day eveninc of Hubble, Mic Matlieny and Warren, and Mm. Mathney of Stan-ford- , Mm Jewiie I.ce Sloan, Ila.kell lliiyn. Karl Uou and Joe It havinn been broucht to our attention that Mr. Kln: Swope, our presWheeler. of Danville, Howard War- ent Congressman, has repent lly made claims that the foroier toldiera and ren, of Ijinoaoter, Mi.ei Martha (!ar-retailom were solidly for him in the comlnir election for Congressman; we, the Nannie Sloan, Fanny Douden follow intr men who offered our all for our fellow citizens, hereby and ula Calico, of this place. moke statement to the elfect that we WILL NOT support Mr. Swope be- n' hitter attack against any form of a League of Nations, and Moot all of the young i'oik from ctu,,' wur nt' ",r "c ' coiuiiiui.uj were ' here and several from very delightfully entertained last H,oul in hi M'fhes. leaving a false impression about service abroad: ' t F. M. Sims, Jr. Leslie H. Gartney Wednesday evening at the home of. Louis Wheat W. L. Sims Mr. and Mm W. 11. Itoop. A gueiug Hubert K. JokRon G. A. Sims contest, the anawer of each being an Jns. L Hughe J. - Shelburne automobile was very interesting. Kugene Gortnty i Frank I"lllpy receiving the prize. Itichard A. C. Overa;l John G. Carlisle .Miss Martha liarrctt molded the best I.M. S. llond Ollle C. Cat.-- i nnlmal from her chewing guru and J. F. Gilbert Chas. X. Kavanaugh also received a prize. Mrs. Hoop in J. II. James Frank Heutt her hopltnble manner served dainty C. W. Kavanaugh Lin M. Mountjoy and appetizing refreshments. K. H. Harlow J. D. Carlisle A. - Dawson Paul Vaughn LICK SCHOOL NOTF.S. PAINT Klmore Tom Ilnxtcr John S. I'oach Jerome Robinson arrived Mr. Gilbert, our prmciiwl Chas. O. Young Friday. W. II. Camp Herman Long K. C. Dawson Hetty Hester has about mastered Hen 11 Young her Ijitin. O. A. Hawkins John H. McGinnis Ilnnty Lynn i n proud of hi dimples a ever. SWOPE'S WAR RECORD. Herbert llalston is still on the King Swope went from Danville to an officers' training camp at Fort "Courting List." Henjamin Harrison, where he was commissioned a captain. He was asTag Arnold is advertising the new signed to a combat division, which later saw service in France. He did color pink and brown. not see service in France, as one is led to believe from hearing him speak. Mike and Ike Jennings were absent from school one day last week. MR. THOMAS' AFFIDAVIT: SOLDIERS AGAINST SWOPE CONGRESS. Mer. t. ""ue "' Lm-kc- Ito.-.tt- , j j - - J. Thomas, that The atriant, I'. J. Thomas, states he Is the same in school for the democratic party. t ade an affidavit against Judge Kalph Gilbert before the primary and now Patrick and son skeeter conveys being used by Congressman Swope In his circular. Pat l.edford, to anil from school The fact are that Judge Kalph Gilbert had nothing to do with flllitiK every day. or doing any work In connection therewith. or tiling my questional tut Peg Underwood is wearing a The amounts paid by me to hfln were upon nppeal to the District Board at to school, a slight change in Lexington and for reclassification. Since making said atfidavit 1 have d the weather. and find that every lawyer charged for this kind of service. I am Soup Kstriilge will converse with therefore supporting Judge Gilbert and call upon all who want fair play to Herbert llalton. before she buys her vote for him November -- nil. U. J. THOMAS. fall clothe. (Signed) 1920. Subscribed and sworn ta before me this October Pay Prewitt is late at school every K. T. POLLARD. (Signed) She takes all her time lacing day. Judge Shelby County Court. her new shoes. r inves-ligate- Luther Cate is giving free lectures l Mis Mary Muc Walker, who has been assisting with high school work Marie and llulah Ledfordi Peg Underwood was heard to say, Kodney and Kdmond Ralston "Don't make fun of A. II. and I, our dintier uuesta Sunday of Mr. love is real." in with frtumU were Mi I'.rineliB WUItum IlaUteii. Many pernonn. r.tlicrwho lied Wing and Doughbaby West I ancantiT. ,n vlKoroua and liMltti , am 'I1e protracted meetini: at Mane were out of school one day. They viaited teb Mi llernice lli.wddu with occarloually j botbervd 'I homns. it proRrelni: nicely, larso crowds at were in Lancaster shopping. in Madii County Suvd. tiMvr mm Indlgrstlon. The cffccti or a In answer to the lirst charge, read the affidavit of Mr. Thomas, which evury sorvice to hear lln. Stevens, 01 If llridget Colston dosen't leave i S dlkordercd atomach on the vk who is u splendid speaker. Mm IJoheiU uf MadUon eo. pretty soon Peyton Coldwcll Is going convicts Mr. Swope.- Mr. Swipe facing defeat, knowing he has no chance - mu, and ayatcm nro it UK cr thiUKhtxr, Mr. Kubt. Ilrd-ilu- . I'rof. and Mm. C. A. Lonir and to ruin his Sunday clothes wearing to go back to Congress on his own record or that of his party is attempting f InllKo' prompt ttcatnt to deceive enough soldiers to bolster up his losing race. The service men MUsw Calico. Ilutr. Sloan, and liar-ret- t them tw school. only D The Uou la ImixirtA'ii Hiram and (5i. Kay boUKht forty-thre- e who offered their lives in the World War have become disgusted with his attended the mauuratuni of Pr. I bavo nr. Iiai bead af rattle at Stanford on Hutchiim of HeroM College Friday. tactics. Read the enclosed Vntcmcnt from the Anderson County soldiers iMvn toincthlne to aid IUcj Don't Seem to Jib. liver, atid (lean Court day-Mwhich they had published in the Anderson News of October 21. tlon were not worn by the "Hal Lou Myers was called Miss Sallltf Mr. r'red Aaliby, a mm Recalling In regard to the bonus, uy attitude is the same as that of the Demo- nv n lietidlliie and Mra. Duty anil family of Iwck to Mr Forest Center on acBwrltra faruier. J" Uuhn.ond vmIihI Mr ami Mm. T. S. count of the continued illnes of Mr. a mimlwr of lints we liave seen, wa eratic party. I stand with G. v. Cox and Senator Ileckham and will sup- "My medicine I nre Mire ther mul lie umo mistake port with all vigor of mind and body such relief for the soldiers of the I'leratt lat week. Center' baby, who is reported as not iImiiiI lil deMitnm- World War. Mia Mae Phelplu of Uichiiioud was so well. The Republican, platform on which Mr. Swope is running makes the the Kuvat of Mr. T. S. I'ierutt from Waterproof Fan. The Indie of the Methodist Church soldiers no promise of any kind nor gives him credit for any achievement. Friday until Monday. Anions the many varieties of fan In called on Mm. Younir. the pastom In Mr. Swope's recent speech at the court house in Shelbyville, he I ..it., timtt . ........ BLACK-DRAUGHmr t.. hioook .1... ....(...,(.. little irl made her oppeuniucel wife. IFriday evoniiik' Itefrwhmenta T He was told by I ..... . nf uiiieriirinif .. ..f imiimt which can he made no mention of the fucU set out in this circular. ..ii . at the home of Mr. and Mm. Kobt. were servw ami an rroun , , ... . UJ ...www.. - i. .... .. HV. - k..rl.wk- ... l I,,,.- - fc, Ol Willi I Illl'l J', V, It. Ilroadilu Oct. I.'lth. Named Kuth. nfternooti. Shelby County knew Uiat I devoted practically all of my time to tilling out for InrilKratlon and stomach tie.. iy ewiiMirMilmi I have Mm. It W. Sander and dnuchtem, trouble of nuy kind Mr. iiinl Mm. (leo. Noe are receivI questionalre without pay. and that such statement were untrue. never found unytliliiK that Lucille and Hope vUitcd rclntive In ing voiiKrutulatious over the arrival I do not believe the intelligent soldiers of the district will he deceived Ie!and'a Old Mill. Ilko Utack louche tho Nicholaiville Tueiday and Wednei-ilii- y of u daUKhter, who made her appear Iceland can claim prohnhly the most ,y Hn. f the false charges sent at the eleventh hour broadcast over the DrauRhU I tako It In hruVru mill ever erected, for In Key- - ttjct b. Mr Swo,a, , ance Sunday, Oct. 1! 1th. The little ctrort t0 uvoij tnt. ,t,fcut he nml hu part. jmve t0 doaea after meala. Kor a loii time I tried dlU. which Brliv Mm J W. Jonca, of l.ouinville Misa has been christened Mildred. rt to avoid the defeat he and hi. party have so Rood ed and didn't Blo the ... ( . . . . apent last week with Mr. ami Mr. nchly merited anil will receive November This is probably not the ust Me.daiiieall. 0. Woods, Win. Kid n lllack llrauKlit liver reaulta. iA C Milea and Mr und Mra. Hubert ridge, O. I.. Hammock and rrcd Hull! I have j of such false circulars you w'll receive on the eve of the election. mcdlclno la eaiy to take, eaiy t,utif i1hj. n it.inrit), to kni, lneieualvo.M "too much faith in your good erue to believe they will effect your attitude wero in Ijincaster Thursday night lo , Caller net a tuckiKo frotn your the election. Mr und Mm Dewey Trice and aon, hear Dr. K. 1 Powell, of Louisville,' vara Ufa Thlrty-ThYtr I hanking you for what ym have already tionv tor me ami assuring you dniKtlit today Aik for and Malvern were uuul at Mr. .. II. speak on the League oi canons. flood anthorltlM sire the average InaUt upon Thedford't -- tk. Hire ami family at Hackley from Mon Ouurterlv meeting will be held at duration of human life as annul thirty- - of my appreciation, both now und after I shall have taken my seat as your of the peo- Keresentative In Congress, I nm. ouly genuine. comlnj; Sunday, thre yeara. day until Wednesday. Wnluutta the ple on the earth die hefnre the ace ot Resepvctfully yours, it loiUy. T. S. Pwrntt enter-tallie- d There will be preaching Saturday Mr. and Mm. f nf Ixteen U, before ihe RALPH GILBERT. at dinner un Sunday Ml Mac night and Sunday A. M. and Sunday and only hImiiii one H.rnn f each (3 (Political Advertisement.) will do the horn lle In ihe nife ol I'helpha of Iticltmonil, Ml.. Sallie t.ou night, llro. Lltterell lle. Indigestion HUCKKYE ( I Hi HUM. left Thursday. Delayed.) Ml Mom D lbi Shelbyville, Ky., Oct. 23, 19S0. To The Soldier. Of The Great War In The Eichlh Uistrictl Congressman King Swope realizing shit he is defeated in a fair tight has adopted the discredited political method of deception, never employed except as a last chRnce. He hat tilled the District with a false and anonym-i'U- s circular, misstating my po.ition on the bonus, and alleges that I charged for tilling out the quetlonaie of airidavita relating thereto for one U. J. 5 O B B dr o a 1 - r D Tia, B Thedford's B mm llllll ur .'" ,.,,.,, ,, .,.tli,i,,., ,.,, ,.., ' lt. VAlJTJrTlTlT '' "' Sl ,(, rt One-qnnrt- r-- ut mU one-hal- llr The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursdcny, Oct 28. 1920 Price may be ilown, a stated, but j Yes, Hod erf tnl the heaven, am! we don't have to break our back 'the earth, ami the fulncs thereof, while bending over to Mm! them, j Hut HI fullno wn notcontrabaml. Moit men want what I coming to comforting offset to the !! comfort of winter we will have the I them, but If they wore to Ret It they coot! obi fashioned buckwheat cakei. would squeal worse than a stuck pig. A n j "HOW WELL YOU LOOK!" When Your Blood Is Rich And Red People Notice Your Good Health. I'EPTO MANGAN I1UILDS HEALTH A Word for the Ambitious Boy: IfjCANY an ambitious farm boy The man who take an interest In Of count, wc nil know thnt we have our fault, but wc are quite the welfare of hl community soon convinced that the other fellow ha find that other people take nn equal "ntcreit In him. more. ' Vi PU Face, Dull Eyes, Drooping ' Jjj j Shoulder,, Retull From Clogged Wood. 1 facinn n crisis in your life that dccrvrs much earnest thotieht and study. Talk the matter over with men whoouu.ht to know t he riiilit course for you. Don't decide too hastily. Perhaps your father will take you into partnership, kivc you an interest in a plot of mound or in some livestock that will he the foundation oi a fortun". Statistics show that the rhanccs for business success are ten to one in favor of acricultuie. b'or every ambitious couiilrv boy thereat a ibuen city toiler, tick and tired oltho eudle crind, truci;linKi!rsi f utflv to Veep ahret oi l lie cott ol llrinr, loiiRiiic lor a clum-- to uve I Heir linilil' to Ciod'i r,trt Million ol men of the eitv am envy e t. is bcinj; tempted to ko out into tbe world to seek bis fortune. If you are considering dcscrtiriB the farm, you art PRESIDENT jjj EMERITUS FROST. y ek in bad shape it If oitr blood shown up In your look und feeling-Wheyour blood I rich with red cor puscle your color It better yHT Hp nre red, eye wide open nnd bright; your good, feeling .hw In yur ac- six m.?r i , PRESIDENTELECT HU.CHINS. NEW ADMINISTRATION OF BEREA COLLEGE William James Hutchins Inaugurated President October 22nd rosslhl.v Ilio most notable occasion In I lie history nf Kerc.i College will onMir mi die campus Friday and llittlieliee tlx- - Common sense will Ull you that if weak, thin blood make you look lifele, It owcrs your vitality. If Sour vitality i low you have little power to resist disease (term. Men. women and chllilren with rich, red blood are able to tight off the germs which bring severe lllnes. When you feel run down and wook, Mtii no appetite and no ambition, It is for awhile. take You n great blood building tons. should begin to feel better within a few day. is put up In both liquid nnd tablet form. Take oil lie r kind you prefer, became they Imve Ihe same medical value. Hut be sure you get the genuine "(Juilc's" The full name, "(iude' hould be on the package. (Advertisement.) JVpto-.Manirii- n rcpto-Mangau I'epto-.Manjjsin IVpto-Miingnn- tion. iiir you nil mlnutft liecAiisevou am youiiR ami on in larm. They know Hut Ih (nur-len- f good fortune ttowr of grvutng cy your horn ilaottttp. Gootl, modrrti, Ulior-sainr macbinr are taklm thn drudcery oulof (armltiKaiidputtiiiK ttillmorepiofit Into it. Vo arn beAd.uattrr (or the Intrnutiuiul bull Line, including Titn tractor, International eintiur, and tiumiin aprradrr. Primrose riejtn sepiatott, McC(rimck and Dcerinc lurvntitii;. lavinc, and com plows, et. Such nucliliic midlines, tilj;et,-ols- . add to the proht an I pl- - ai'ire ol daily life Po BECKEK & BALLAKD Bryantsvillc Kentucky i? 2? WH nf iM uwk. Hum Jmnes Hiitrtiltf. of the SehiMil nf Hi3rllii College, oheriiii. Ollto, lws been culled in the president) ot Kiren Collese, In stieeved President who William II.mhI.II I'nt.l, I.I- retired ill June frnui ii brilliant i.rr-.l.ii.t- Irnfer I, admin-Istnitlo- ti nf twenty-eigh- t mi. uimiiiit merit ba been nrnim.'i'd bj committees nf the buine. ,,,.,:.. lllld trustees. A ilnrl) college HImI university presidents. Hit' prcsiilu.il. nf the Kdunitloniil Asoetatloli nf the' Soutli. n representative nf the Itunnu nf IU ';t !t nut . mid a iueiigt li :i I loll at folk. (mm the Kovcmor nf Kentucky, will hve phu- t- III the program. I'robahl.v I known as H.'r.-- I'lillee. All Hie Mr. and Mr. Harold Scott of Hie glenlest single feature nf the oce whi. Ii had s thi'lr nhjeellve caster were visitor here Tuesday casion will be the mounted pjcemit. enplo forjternoon. preparation of .vmm Departprepared by member nf the tenchiiii: in runil or villa;.' school Quite n number from here attended ment nf l.ttenilure, nnd emieted hy were placed In oin ehtHi , ktiowti ,t tm" ""Pt.akitiK last Thuriday evenim: student and teacher. The Kigo:iiil the Nomml. All H nti not will begin with .1 tiililu Inline III Ire- ih lliillely plminiir.' in leiiili ittid not it Lancaster. land III the NVII century, and truiv ready for tollase, hut pal the tioti- Mis. Nannie JennniK and Mi ', i ' sellout biamhfs. wtnre 2miiHH Susa spent Sunday with Mr. and Mr. the mHll,itlnll through Ihe period revolution, In niioihi'r si honl mlled Anulemy. A colonization, rmlcnitlnli, j. llnwllnif. ItiKllli'lpiltlnti, mid cotlimerclilllziltlon. little later It was fo.iud that there A- Jonv ar,, on mmmtiiiii lire were man., suid.iits In Ihe Aeudemy The pageant pnrtr.iy "'" mid lt p.irtlelpntlnii III all nf the grtslt who rtere imt plumiliiL' tn so Ihmuslt lot Wilmore spent Sunday with Mr. events nf Ainerlculi history, mid end (olle;e. hut were hiioii to take a and Mr. Itoy Williams. with the ereat eninmereiiil develop,", , 'furs., thin would I" ,f' jir,, g. F. Wilson and on ment nf'the mountain through idmii-- t li..i..e.,.i...v pr..,.r,. ihe... Having decided to quit farmintr, I will on hT.enlee; vi.itintr friends and relatives in by such sehiMil iu lor ihi wroup a stho.il was Ion, prninnted ' 0vvcn Count' .i, wcvk' IUtim rnllece. ,i.ll.,l ibe'Voea.lomil S. hool. SH.dent, IIitim' real wnrtli to the great tiNik r .Mr. Annie White has returned to professional tnurs's, inniiiitiilu Held will bo set forth III ami went out In do life, work. The her home in Owen county after a by Much men u lr. .MeVey. llflh i hon wn. for ilio., whose edit-- ( pleasant visit with her neice. I'resldellt of the Slate rnheMty nf mtloli wa. beh:itH l.ceaue of luck of M sse Ilesie Huuhe and hate Kentucky, and lr. .Mnrcan, rreident opportunity. I his, klmwii it the luuii were nf tbe State l'hlellty nf Telinetv. ilatlou School, took all atu.lfiii. below- - Holtzclaw ami Mr. Hubert It Is expected by thie who know him tin eighth Kraile rank. ' IJincastcr Thursday evenini;. , .. . I .1 I. ! a ... II.. het that the tnni ilTeetlve mhlre-- - of I ,..11.11.... ih'i iiniurn-- iiini I'o.iow Kin lainiiy iinui .vie. jiuiIU ison anil t Ihe day will I ilelUered by I'reldrnt tiieiit had tu U .. cured for all lliese jjill4 Svllh-- lion, of Wllmre spent Hmerltu Wm. tiiNHlell I'ro.t, 1,1 I. one P. M., one mile South of Bryantsville, on Dan " Beginning I"' Suiuay with Mr. J. W. Askln. ThN expectation U Imsed iihiii the "I trust save all his streiisih, and hu ,. Mr-l.nowledce nf hi iiccoinplMiuifritH ns been .forctil to reilre Ionhuso of Hu. ' Mr "n Nny'or. Mr, Marsee sell Public Auction preeut of Iterca Collect fnr twentj-eig- paired health. The pmsr.im of jd.ipin. Lora Naylor and son. Kuben spent ville and Lexington pike, I jeur. President I'mit' iidtnlu Hon wa. perfttttl; every just Sunday with Mr. J. W. Askins. the following Istnitlou represents the third period meiiHoni'd wa placed on a permanent jjun. fri,.nd are kIiuI to know thai III llerea' development. Im.ls. .in,) ...any other feature, such M(. JamM ,)unn u Mc , be oul good work horses, 4 to 8 of old, one The llrst I tin I'iniieer, or Koiiiidlm: f,er MnK 111 for ,onH l"W' period. TbU cume iimler tin lender-flil- and low ,.t nf lit Hit. were the work of John (i. IVe and John A. It. of bis inceiiiilty. Vnnderpool mules, ages right, one good mare, two milk cows, two good Mr. and Mr. John Iloser, fotimlerx nnd pioneer In tin The evidence of Keren's p.ipularlly were in Danville Saturday afternoon, A Hie outcmwlh ot ami achievement I It larsi student wildernes. heifers, due to calve in March, five good short-yearlin- g Messrs. T. M. Scott ami Hay calves, prfiiihih;. iuulii-- 1 hl'Mitlns ami It has irri.wu from :mi students, 10 ,,enl Suturduy in Danville. slavery, llerta Cnlleci boeoun a fuel Ilielllilil.S the children of feathers, to good sows and pigs. 75 head of hogs, to go 30 kind to keep, In 1KVS. I'mlcr Ibtse men the Ideal Hit l.iik-es-t atteuded Mr. Thomas Jennlnir siIiin.I In ICeiiltiiky, will. and clianicter of the Institution hernim mine than tioisi students In attendance. Court day at Nicholasvillc last week. 200 of corn, 40 tons of mixed baled hay. from I'siiibllshed. A prosnim nf uelloii wa Mr. Jiime llrirkuy, who wa operated Inl venr. planned nnd adhered to so Inns: as Ken u s policy I never m look back- - on Ftnlay is Kcttint; alonn nicely, in good condition, one Dodge they lived. One Dodge auto, wanl. extepi for ihe sake nf Insplra- I Mr- - KuRcne lluble nnd diiuKhtcr. The second Ihe Hillldllii Period. Hon ami suldiince Keiea ahvj),. look two-hors- e two-hors- e In lSa I'divlu Henry I'alrt liiltl waf toward the future. wagons, one Two good sled, one It la with Ihe fu- - Mis Carlettn spent a few day last in good condition. nilled to Ihe presidency, und for iweii-- l I uro In view Hint President llutehliis week with Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Scott erfnriiied the dlllleult was invited to beet Iwo eur president new. lie In Ml. WashillKton nnd Mr. Jno Itulile hay frame, good lU nf reconstruction comes with n reennl.tif achieve inch! In jn llatarviu Ohio. lullow'liik' Ihe Civil War. bis tht ileitis nf (I'm lilnf and preaching I'nder , tools, consisting of plows, hoes, digof Big lot of all (rnldlm. Itisplralloii many prominent Hint I I'tivlablt Those most familiar , r tor. nun The munificent III the strle nf Korea, lienor enlisted with his work say thut hu bus never single plow of wagon harIhe nillrn.nl wtis etendi'd tliroiili ihu made u failure Iu uiiy unibriakiiu. await Kd Morrow, Tedd Hoosevelt, gers, shovels, forks, double I. li.inost trackless region, the llit hrhk ..I iter... C..II.U,.. is iii i. i.nai. r. WKiien or any omer oi wie things. lots bu'ldlli: were erected, mid the llrt hiletl iiptm pttliik a man with his hi- - falslfyinit Itepubllcati orator who can) ness Ktmunelit t'lidnwiiielit rulxil. Tie lory In i.'iilde lis HffalrH diirini; thu ' make wood their assertion that the I'ulrchlld iidmluihinitlon gate jur-lllie- e fourth ureal period of lis development, League of Nations deprive the L'ult begins one o'clock P. M., or shine that llerea Would be a peruuiieiir Kerea s new president haa for his main Vi State of any of it sovereignty. Ihslltllllnlt. object Ihe prnjetlioii Into Hie fmiire a Bonafidc Sale. Every this will be an auction sale, no sham sale The tlilnl w u ht!im ol Ihpuiislou of the llllllnst Ideals Ulld the noblest This sum bus been offered for such proof by the organization of pro In IWrj Wlllluin alms of Ihu bailers who have cue Inniol Ail.iptatl.n. high up will be sold (!oMell Frost bevun Ills luliiilnUtril-lion- , fo re, mid the hriiik'luu Into i.per.nioii league Independent nnd Republicans) width closed this ear will. Hie of new piir'Mi.i-- nnil plan u the iiee.1 of which Prof. Irving Mshcr it Presiit'tnliii; nf 1'rvililt nt Iliitcliln. l'resl-iliident. Will Hay and George White, urlse. wnrketl streimniisly for the National Committeemen, will be Kerea'i future is full nf hop. : tm'iily-olcli- t year with two NtrTI'.; It nitty be of Interest to the permitted to select the Jury of motives: one the iriiuniuteeliiu "f reader In know- that President lliitcli-Ili- twelve, und If any of our glib Tim Keren's H'rill.'ilience; the oilier lliut of Is the author nf ('ode of Morals nitjpiliif It work lo the ureal metis of for llo)H.aud tilrl. which won u s.'.ouO buctoo orator ran convince them Hit mountain people. Ill philosophy prize In 1117, lu cvuipetitlou open ta they are telling the truth, they will BRYANTSVILLE, KY. bo given the $25,000. Scott, Col. A. u thut In urdtrr to most effectively all Amrlcu. A program nf oiv-inlzeI af-th- HUENA VISTA iiioiililalll region, elellien- ti.ry ll.trtltl itl.t be irlven III j MiM l.ula Wilnon i vuitlm: frien4 variety nf subject, commonly treated ( Clnclnnatl. th, , it iiioii .MTiHTirco nun iii'iiiin-iiiMr. and Mr. T. I). Ford were He iniilutHllifsl to a ttnlsli in Danville Saturday. that iinlciii not for pmfe-slnieniir.f" In Asrltiilliire mm Mr. Frank lloirle of Lexington i Home Hennomies, nmld be slven short vjj,itur Mr. j0h S. Uon linieiifni tiiiirst. 11141 vvouiti ennitfe Mr. Joe Hamilton win in Nicholas- them in do tholr own work In .mull villi lust week on businc. elllel.-ii- t way iummtinltli tt In a far uiort tlmii It wit. ever done before. .jr. Sllii WiUon wa in Nichola- 1're.ltleiit Krnsi ila.slli.il all H.e'ville Wetlncixlay afternoon. ",e ,lw- - Mr. and Mr. John.on of Danville ' ' "I,MrH,,1 I wore fre here Thursday on f this whs in she a .Mr. II. A. Dunn nttendetl the speak mental air nnd prnfes.inmil lnplr.i' ' Hon tn the vniloiis department. f inn at Lancaster Thumtlay eveninc. .limy III me iii.iiiuiioii. tnslier Mi Mvrll.. Ruble, who l tenchinc hnini lies oi were nr.iiiiz.il at I.anciutcr pent Sunday with home to eoiiform wlili ihe eiitniuce rtii.r- - ' iiin-Wli'- lit Lot ef Willits. Where thre- n will there I' Kener ally a lot t things to get out of tM - K n. rr r ' . i C VVT. lr n';l',t Tl.i.s,' nr ti'- '' x Mjl f sti- - ., - 1'intii.tifUt, n.l.-- because they think them funny There are rml ejnle. mid who iiierelj sy .nirrt table thins Transcript Sham Worss Than Real. Hot-to- n Th Iruh of It it.sly Hit ni of or.Ml.'iu. Ihii that Iitng cixv O'ltrlrn tat piiwit) Wlut Ve can't ntirllEfiitf m.t tlimttl. will Huikc know It dee iielea, hear what OPw sayln ' Well. then. what ye didn't near an' 0111 H rlillriilnu. ami cenlus coutPinpU-bll- e. tell It t'je raln. 'Kostcrt Transcript Jiibntn : holltil Ih rem 'hit f .fe, in iK.ltlinc will Card Hlar Mro From Jon sar ItoLert fUlirlrl l.ol.lln the trunii trtrl tmply order th otbrn an. KoMnti Traneriot. A rrft - Public Sale OF promptly at fl a Live Stock, Grops and Farm Implements . '''' 1 jr two-yen- Saturday, Nov. at the Joe farm, years 6th9 s I "''" ls J I'n-.lde- at , p Wil-bod- personalty: Four head extra driving are Jersey three right barrels sale date. days touring car as kinds pair mare the fat Roadster liiiiin-dlalel.- - . .. farming and trees gear, set and Sale of other promptly at rain and but thing p'lt for the dollar. s lrt it Iuih-IIIiii- - a T. James Durham Auctioneer The Central Record. Lancastei , Ky., Thursday Oct 28, 920 1 A Dandy 98 Acre Farm and Splendid Home to "be Sold at MMMMMMMMMMMf The Popcorn Man nr Itt CECILLE WhImii LANGDON Will Rheumatism Again I Bind You Hand and Font? I I IMS, N.,tir MUM II I'mnn HIICHtll MUM llll'llll'll PUBLIC AUCTION I WILL AT TEN O'CLOCK A. M. ON Saturday, School. novM-failing Oct. one-ha- lf 30th, mile from Buena Oiler for sale n farm of 98 acres locator! Vista and 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 spring, good fencing, good orchard, and in a splendid land, 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 S room TRACT NO. 1. CONTAINS 47 ACRES, A large house, vih 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 '1 years time if wanted. two-stor- llliwlty when lie eitnlill'lli'il tlllMM'lf III Mmoii. It mii nt tho (all wlnti county )'ikhiiii., Mrret fnlrn like lircinctil ii ervnt many of nml tlu outside Hiilntlnti to I lie village. UN machine mh run hy n little steam whistle ntnl It bud :i clui-rtiRllie. nihil tin- - nlr with mi appetising thimr, mid ili olil fellow wlm paMiil i nit lltf Milted Img ltli HiHr buttered ton. lent cnu' Mitlfaetnry vnluc for money nwliiil, Hp rarely o nii)hody mitt wn iminlly ulmot emchiped In n lotig llni'ii rout, ii cl(in ilriittii nloueh Imt long huhy wliNker Mini lie wort(tint tin-The fnct wh were falw "Makeup) Ye." ! freely nilinlt mill miilrlou led lo tin ctirlou limn muftdinl "Why not) It ghe mi' H ik'tnn.iii' lih'tillty. don't on eV It nn during the .iyi'IhI ueik of diit tin reign of the popcorn limn llllila llrrH.i nituc down town one eielilng drhllig the family nuloliiMtile concert The ton ti litiiid wa giving nml. parking the inurhliie at the nirh he. like other, ktrollfd nhnilt Inking III friends M'iillllitiinee mid the lite, ly Mriilus of nitile. When he lie lIKIe Ilmer at little ilMamhe Ilk. it l.i lllllnnlinlrl) IhiIH'iI her le nml they were real friend. She liked Kttlf'x hrolher. Kllrh Dover, too, hilt flie hnil not told anybody thai, imt rieii himself Her tlmt question was regarding him He hml heeti In the city for a month nml llllila vtai eager icottlnt; along. to learn how he M i:ile, "KoniouOy, he wrile.M "iilthough lie U ilretnlfully niynterlou. lie httMi't yet total ii what he Ik work. Ins at. though hi i w think It I In ome erri't Merita hiIHoi. I'ltrli wrote Ih1 week to ItllM hinting Hint we hnd heller look out for him imih, ii he hail a rom.Mtxte.fi (it eteeiite at you had Rheumatism lnit yrnr ihhxxl. that you nhouU trj" a rem an.t treated only the paint 0 tholiily that has proven 10 thoroughly dwaM" hy rubblnjr witlt liniments Mtiifftctory in thcie eatci. SS.S., anil loiiont. vou can no turo inai ine tine out tiioott remedy 1 00 n.. en In you will be In the nhack the blood of nil Impurities, an J relet of this rclrntlcs.t foe. You may moves all tliicase Korma that may tret tome lipht temporary relief creep Into the blood. Ueitin taklnir from the paint of tho disease by SM.S totlny. and if vou will write a fhe utc of these local remedied, but complete history of your case, our Tlhrumnlism It too real and relent-- 1 medical director will irive vou ex. t dlhcaii' ntlice without charge. Ad-S- o Iet a many to be rubbed away. of RhcumntUm fdres Onci .Medical Adviner, 157 come from a tiny germ in tho Swift Laboratory, Atlanta, Go. crau'i ran jK-r- ykn - ) WHY NOT Deposit Your and Become Independent The Garrard Bank & Trust Co. aUJt. -- THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. ." "I thall he glad to llllila. "We ml Mm." IiIih Milnilt-tin- t S. F. BUENA VISTA, KENTUCKY. Wilson phot if I 1UU111U UI11I1I. AT 10 OCLOCK. na Having rented my farm have decided to sell all my stock, farming niplemento, etc., at my home three miles bokw Buena Vista, on High Bridge Pike on Thursday, Nov. 4th, LIVE STOCK One work mare, 9 years old; one horse. 4 years old; one Jersey cow, f years old, fresh in January; one red cow and calf; one half Jersey cow and calf, ') years old; one half Jersey cow and calf, 2 years old; one extra good yearling heifer; six sboats weight about 40 pounds; one thorough bred Duroc boar,2 yeai-- old. About 200 bales of hay; about 5 tons of oats in stack: about 80 barrels of corn. s FARMING IMPLEMENTS One $ Columbus wagon; one No. 12 Vulcan plow, one No. 13 Vulcan plow; one double shovel; one 5 shovel tobacco olow; 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: 5 hemp breaks; one steel roller; one wheat drill; one corn planter; on? push rake. Some house hold and kitchen furniture. Terms mude known on day of sale. I B. A. DUNN, BUENA VISTA, KY Capt. A. M. Bourne, Auctioneer. The two girl tlmilly cj mi tiled hihI to the llllil.i wii on her WNy Iw-uHtii. when a will IT from lite enrti hii ht revived inrly Juvenile iln hiuI priieh-made her feel hungry. She l the popper whh'h the noinl"rtpt or wa moving to nml fro, plin.il her nickel on the helf leaf ami Jllt n then her eye met lhoe of the man. A thrill, a tremor, a hoek nt the fnlrly ihmioMi' her fratHe. T'llch!" he iihhI InxoluiitMrlly The ioicorii tn ii it eat a hari, nlnruieil cluiife nil nhout him "Don't my iiuiih-- , ilon't recognize me, iloli't tdl iiiijImmIv I mil here," he whispered iiikkl). "U'lien I five von n paper ha; tnke It home ami keep It wifely till couie a ml n' j oil. Here I'retetul It I iMtitrorn.' ilium wn mi in n nuiicr. It urn only hy n flemn from tlio.e miiKmtic eye of ntch Mover thnt he tinil ok'tilri! him, ileile hi k'roteqite ill Here wan nitery. hwcj, In ileeil. Mie went linek to Hie niilii. S lehow- - flie who snHlly ltiliri.tnt nml illMiirlMtl. Wn I'ltch In any dim She tllil not tnrt up the inn l'er rhuie. he knew nut why ami when li'th. ihronch fur tl lenlnc rnv the popcorn 111:011 with n hearv piNe of rnnn ami Martd away towy nml nt tlUtance he fulhtueil h ho tiirmtl Into anoilier utreel an unto clrcltl pnt her. Two men weiy They hnlletl a they in It. I Iti Ii. pmti out. there un nf Me They ivimil to kntK'k him ken. le.. picket! him up, linns lil 11 Into their auto ninl Mnrleil up iilmIii All of a uihlen then lllhhi Itrewer felt hcrelf to ho the center of Slur tllil not try to atlitniture. al7e It merit. Her imUe heat In tiimultou!)', flit hail hut one Idea to keep her cupthe lover III Mailt lint I he rouhl nhl or recile. Now any peril for ht founisroii to ileiir mike, In.1 knew that he loieil him. It wiih apparent a the two men left he town hehlml thnt they notlceit the pur-ni- l. At all event they M'eiet up terrifically n they ntniik the open roa Hilda nil In n Mutter couhl only think of keeplnj; tlicin In lew. A they turnetl n nhnrp curve they wen- momentnrlly lot lo view. She kIiiiiI ilered nml lirank down im n rrnti tH'hoetl out. C'lri'llliS the curve he hrouitht the machine to a halt. The other machine lay overturned In a ditch, the two men under It flung free from It, Filch revived rroui llrttt uwtuult ami hiii klntserlni hi wildly ultout. Vaguely mid then won. derlnsly he recoKtilted Hilda. "Oct to the neurct telephom. mini iiiiiii the police at Kaittoii," he itin otiiI, nml nnk to the cround from lieer kliock mid w cakuen. What ktory he hnd lo tell when day or two. The hnck to tionuil In real popcorn man hail heen the leader of a can:: of hnrclnr who were In fentlns tho dUtrlct. civ Ins tlu-"tip n to propecitve place) to loot, com munlcntltii; with them throusli note In the po'tcoril hilK mid ihhIhk ami up to the averm ihiIiIIit I itch had raptured hi in ami hnd mimetl hi dlnsuUe, hut had htvn mpecutl and capture). In tho hm; he had clvfti to Hilda wan lUftUirnt tlcnce to hrlne the eanc to Jiutlcr ami recover moit of their lll cottrn cnln Throuch courage Hilda had invitl Iive alone had Intplrnl her durlni:. It wan i plain to him that there una a proiHal forthwllh. op-tnimp-cor- liHe. lli nl the Capital $50,000. A Surplus $50,000. J. Hook-Vccpc- r. Honor Roll Bank It. DENNY, President. S, C. DENNY. Cashier E. STOKMES, Vice-PreC. M. THOMPSON. Teller. Book-Keep- PAt'I. ELLIOTT, Individual HUGH MOBLEY. General trnerit H. B ' C WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. Swinebrond, Alrx 11. Denny, J. II. Posey, J. E. Stormea, Denny. A. T, Sandern. Dr. W. 11. Elliott, Directors. 1 rr' cie. . OertelS POUBIE-DAR- K Have it in your home DRINK erl The Drink that Leaves a Pleasant Memory at all time 11 11 Incorporated Maker! of Otrttlt Double Dark, OarUli Dark and Oarlalt Lifht. N. L, Curry Grocery Co. Distributor, Harrodsburg Ky The OERTEL Co. Louisville, Ky. 11 nt 1111- CITIZENS CAPITOL $50,000.00 L. G. Davidson, NATIONAL BANK. fa' OF LANCASTER KENTUCKY. Corner Public Square and Danville Street. SURPLUS $60,000.00 WE STRIVE TO SERVE. 1. Cashier. W. O. Rigney, Ast Cashier W. F. Miller, J. Louis Gill, Teller. Mrs. N. H. Hamilton, Aast Teller and Book-keepe- r. Book-keepe- r. DIUECTOHS B. V, IluiUon, Pre;. J, J. L. I Walker. S. G. Gibb. Walker, Shirley Hudson, W, F, Champ, J. W. Secne ON ROLL OF HONOR DEPOSIT HERE AND SAVE YOUR MONEY, 11 11 W. 0. RIGNEY Funeral Lancaster, - Director and Embalmer. Kentucky. r. (Mice Phone 18. Resilience I'iione 33. f The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Oct 28 1920. I Stoves We have the best play of Heating and Cookdis- ! Hympnthy wc might extend. a reasonable amount of free-- j It in u lout; trail vu iiuiHt tttkc tlom from care are cscntinl to, some dny, and our don'reo of the proper functioning of his comfort or discomfort will he brain, and when he leaves hisl decided before wc start. n office or study he leaves his For man may not reap the business of thinking behind I. pleasures of the next world him. without earning them while in Hecause he docs this he the laud of mortality. keeps both mind and body in ftt condition, and is able to con- -' Some people are continually centrate both when occasion wondering why there is so requires. much contraband booze floating around a country that has I I RECLEANED SEED WHEAT AND SEED RYE, OBELISK FLOUR Try a Sack Today. You'll Find It Better. ing STOVES ever shown in Lancaster. See tham and get our prices before buying. Conn i VS3G Brothers. pt i tir rni vc u A A Vl-avVk- 7 adopted national prohibition. They shouldn't wonder. The answer is very simple. Money influence human nature. The world was not made in an hour, and neither can it be revolutionized in a day. Since the infantile days of the republic the warfare between the wets and the tlrvs has been waging with undimi nished fury. It will continue to be waged for many years to come. Millions of men have become accustomed from long haViit to DEATH COMES TO AGED LADY, Genuine Kanawha Salt. Best for Curing(Mcat. CLOVER AND TIMOTHY SEED. i Mrs Juno Ballew passes' Away. About four o'clock lint Monday! afternoon, the pirit of Mrs. Jane !...! t ti'iin it iiifiiiv i.iiiun t....l i,. Ml.. I.. lull lilt- (rent Itoyoncl. Death had been ex- - W pectcd for fVvtnl day ami owlnc to her extreme old line, little hope wan hold out for her when he wan taken to her lied about .ton day into. .Mr. Ilaltew wn probably the old et woman tn the county, having been born in Mudifon County, December 9th. tK'JS and would have been !.' year old on her next birthday She had lived in Garrard County for 7 year- - and up until about six rar At thi uiro enjoyed ffood hefllth. time tte tulfrrod from a atroke of iflrnli4 and for the Mt mx year hn been eonftnad to her room, or eupyiriK an invalid rhair moot of that time. 'he ier MllTerinc and affliction without a murmur. She wn the widow, of thtf Inte Vilon ll.iltew and i urv vmJ by two dnuch tern. Mr. Charlie llallcw und Mr. Joe IluriHHie of th rtty. It wa the latter (dae where he xio. away ami where she una made her home for many year. She Wat a devout and roneient ou member of the nan Wnireh. drwa her early childhoo ! Funeral tervice were ettndtlrtel the Iwrac uf Mr. and .Mr. Jo.rp'i llurnaide yesterday momiNK at tn 10 'clock, ky Itev. II S. Iludtou. burial fcllowinir in the Lancnitcr iemeter .... ' "Lay or Must Ved" will make your hens lay more eggs. Cremo Dairy Feed, Horse and Mule Feed, Mallard's Pure Wheat Until, Kentucky Farm Feed. TANKAGE FOR HOGS. Lime. Sand, lenient, Kock Common k Pressed Brick. ir -- ai a nh i aa JUsW 11 DC their daily drink of intoxicating liquor. Hudson & forget the days when they were whistling kids, and joy was Year. S1.S0 luuad Weakly. their portion in life. Payable in Advance. Finally they die and leave J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. their money for their relatives R. L .ELKI.V, Local Editor and Mgr. to scrap over and squander. Perhaps they ft ml in the Entered at the Post Office In Mail Ky.. as Second-Claihereafter the happiness they .Matter. denied themselves in this life. Hut we doubt it. Even if they Ky., October 28, 1920 Lancaster. -- squeeze into heaven they won't Member Kentucky Pre. AuocUUon ' remember how to whistle. ' Whistling kids who discard their happiness in their prime THE AMEBIC AN PRESS ASSOCIATION will become morose in old age. Rain For Political Announcement. You can change a leopard's r'or Precinct and City Offices. -- $6.00 spots by daubing on a little 10.00 paint. For County Offices Hut in time the paint ."cr State and District Offices.. 15.00 will wear otf and the spots will .10 "or Calls, per line...... Far Cards, per tine .... ... .10 still be there. "" All publications in the InterSo it is with a man. He can est of" individuals or expresmoney-gru- b through the years sion of individual views, per of his prime and in the winter 10 line life he can fool the people hhuaries, per line .......... .05 of by assuming a happiness he does not feel. Hut under the surface the canker still works. It will never heal. Encourage your boy to to him Induce whistle. whistle a stirring tune every day of his life. Then he will carry his whistling to the grae :ind the Sunday, Oct. 17, was a try harps of the angels will o In ing one to every publisher who harmony with his son! saw a copy of a certain great Chicago Sunday paper of that 'Hitting The Long Trail. date. The edition of the paper in There comes a time when question on that day consisted each of us must hit the long of one hundred and thirty-eigDEMOCRATIC TICKET. 'trail to a world that is hidden pages, and the circulation jfrom moral eyes a world of for that edition is presumed to Pratidcnt. which we hear much, but be on a pnr with that of other JAMES M. COX, which we never see while life Sundays about four hundred of Ohio. lasts. thousand copies, perhaps more. Vica Pratldant The trail is plainly blazed by Fifty-ftv- e million two hun D. ROOSEVELT, FRANKLIN many marKings, mil it is oniy dred thousand pages of paper New York. of traveled by those who prepare used up in one dny. United Stata, Sanator themselves for the journey in And this is but one Sunday J. C. W. DECKHAM, advance. The guiding of our edition of one daily paper out of Frankfort, Ky. steps may rest In other hands, of all of the United States! Conircit but the taking of them jests No wonder the small city J. RALPH GILBERT, wholly with us. daily and the country weekOf Shalbyvilla. As we aid in removing the ly U paying live times the price obstacles from the paths of our he paid for print paper before Whistling Kids. neighbors and friends in this the war, and experiences great Have you ever noticed a ife, so will the obstructions be difficulty in securing it even at small boy go whistling down essened or removed from our that prohibitive price! own paths when we lane mo the street? He was happy. The Lord made those Some day, though, he may long trail. for some purpose, no No gootl act of ours is so doubt, even though they be not be so happy. He may be president of the United States small, no kind word so insigni-(lean- nothing more than Lord's Day but what it has its re- hogs. instead. It's too biid we can't carry ward when our earthly acSometimes a man is given our exuberance of happiness counts are balanced. through life and into the grave, It is not necessary to look credit for being a deep thinker leaving it at the afar for an opportunity to do because he goes along the instead of threshold of manhood, as most good. Every day, every hour street with head down and ap it is before us in our commun parently in a "brown study." of us do. With some men it is simply a When' wc reach manhood's itv. in our own town, even in habit. With others it is a state we plunge into the busi our own families. Hy our acts we are judged pose, assumed for the purpose ncss of piling up money, and the pile is never satisfactory by God and man. Man may of impressing the public. It until it is larger than our needs not see thcnytll, but God miss is often successful. The really deep thinker does require. Even then we yearn es nothing. Thuro are many little acts of not work his brain on the pub for more. Some people never really en- kindness wc might perform lic street to any great extent joy their money because they for those around us, or for the He affords it relaxation in stead. never stop accumulating it long unfortunate in our midst He knows that fresh air and enough to tuke u rest. They many little words of cheer or The Central Record Lan-caitc- r, s " Oftimes it hits been many drinks a day. To deprive them of it is like taking opium away from a dope fiend. Many men will go to any I can fit any of lengths or expense in order to the family in !!. secure the liquor their system craves, and others will run any risk in order to get rich quick ly in sunplyint; it. Some offcinls are honestly endeavoring to enforce the BALL BRAND RUBBERS and BOOTS, law, while others are amenable and Just a little cheaper than the other fellow to "inlluence," are more politPrbt ically "politic," and are plainly side stepping their sworn TH0S. S. PIERATT, Buckeye, Ky duty. To completely suppress the contraband liquor traffic would require an army of prohibition ' "ik trick Lancaster High And "i. i a'. nMeitt tiie hail for touch plav .in er for a agents as large as the Ameri punted the v Harvard Win Over .town and nca.trrabort timeto regained can Expeditionary Force, and THOMAS in a tori another army to watch the the ball, and raniod it to the enemlo ANDERSON Danville High And agents. JO put the oval d Itae wWn Cm betwevn the bar fur a drop kirk. A lot of little fellows in the Garrard's Oldest Citi Centre. maWMk.' the oarr 10 to 0 for the I. illicit trade will be convicted II. S. zen Passes Away. and punished, but the really The - II S. Foal Hall team won Tba fajtlowtat; the line fur latt l big fellows the brains and from "Kittle llrttam" on th Kriamf tame: llalticlaw. Capt. , The daelh of Mr. Thomn Ander- - Kridlron lat Kri-evenlnjr Wjr th Cocluan. will more likely Kuum, a ad Cox. Halve, iat Mituruay mormnK at trie ncare of 10 to 0. t'cebran. D. Q It.; Itratton C. go free, at least as long as a home of Mrs. I'at Anderson on Kick- Kurd fai;bt on certain stamp of public offici- mend ttrtftl, m.nkod the nautiiii; ef The tmmt to a the third quartor bwwpa and rrntchtirt. (.. Aldridce. from rhe Stacner. Maor arwl Ktllott G.; and als place the value of the vote anotner of (mrrard County a oldoal when CcaehHrt Davl men ,vknud by Stopp and Andtrt-BKmi. (itluna, two of whom have nved In the "MtVm Word Woy" of Caxioh i Tlia .1 garter-1- t ibove that of country. Minute. to the Great tlryond durinc the pint MelUbarla and th livrnl lad married Tliat i'anvult hat two Human nature that's all. team Telephone 26. Farnau Star Brand Shoes. : i i I. i y top-notche- rs ! J B ht Mr. Andoriott hnd only been con- but lined to hb room about ton during that Umr th and ciime rapidly, thoush peacefully and without n tince of uirohni:. ai he told their who aurroundvd Hi hedaidr. Mr. Andern w born ih Garrard County, on Sugnr Creek. July .Hit.. 120 and vn In hi U2nd. your. Un til the latt few month he had been ri nwirlwbly ovtiva for one of Iim :ik and pcnt much of hi time with In fnpnd on the treet. who wen nl- vkay glud to crept him and hear him talk ef incident which took duce many, many ytmrt ago, which he told i viv. lly and entertMiily. .Mr. Andoraon a married twice lurinir hi life, hi lint wife liein Mil liettie Herndon. I.uler in year he wn married to Mr. Sallir Cibln. of Madison county, both of whom had preceded him to the grave. Ho win u faithful mombar of the dn, .H all admit but they we.ro out the hull HMr for tbo Srt and H4jr touekdown during the game. f thaw rlaaa Htvea they piayed the r- The Srat. teettnd ami thin! - II. ? and Harvard tor ware touch work out fwr both! aide, iventl forward Mimn ware' Many Boy Babies. attempted by bath Mdna only two heIjweatvr' Tht 't'. theory i.at nntuit procuinpkMod and the ins Hlph won thorn loh. vide for the li ih man nier after The beglnnint; of the fourth nunr-t- r a great war by producing mare Iniy every man of Coarh Meltoberta than t rl bahie u borne out in I'arM and Carrier ware on their job, after birth itatntir During the preient acveral Ions: runs, i.nd tna Cupt. year nearly 00 per cent of the infant Iloliictaw called for line pIurkw, hi born in the Franeh capital have been tnl rv I'kcHtlflil coniatinic of Coeh-lan- . Wy. The tame thliiK wa oUerveii and hiinrlf hit the hue in Germany after the Napoleonic i until the attemMt when war -' r DC 3(ZDC DC SUPERIOR WHEAT THE NAME TELLS A pub-Ushe- rs ChrUtian Church and for fifty year wb u deacon In the local church of thl city. He i iurvlved bv one brother, .Mr. John Anderaon, of l ex inKton and tevernl k'randchildrcn Kunernl nervice were conduct'-lat Sunday afternoon nt the home by Itev. II. S. lludnon, burial follow- ink' in the cemetery. Bala Ti DRILLS TKUE STOKY. for Iludion & Faruau. Eight Disk 8 t, inch $100.00 SEEDEK. Baptist Church Notes. Kev. Kbmo Itoyulty, of Laurence hurv. Ky., will prench at the Ilaptlit WITH GRASS Church Sunday, both morninir and evening. Itev. Itoyalty come highly recommended and it it linccrely hoped that laryo audience will hear him. At the evenint; service thute recently baptited will be welcomed into the church. It urtrcd that all C. I). Strothrr. bv preient. 1 Fertilizer and Plain Drills All sizes in stock SPECIAL-Slight- ly dam- aged wheat drill, has sown 50acres-$75.0- Satisfaction Prevails. Contentment cxltU when it uied. Oil that penetrate, Km that vibrate, Rive power untold. Get the belt and tee the "difference." Watch for the "RED TRUCK." W. S. Carrier, Sold cxcluilvely by Phone 53. O.'J.tf. WKST-I'rrritO 0. HASELDEN 3EZDC RBOS DC The Central Record. Lancaster Ky. Thursday, Oct 28, 920. I BEST A8VS AIE WQRN-NEV- B WRITTEN Letting us sell you your purchasing one of the new crea- wearing a pair of those beautiful NEW FALL OUTFIT which will carry with it our of satisfaction in every guar-cnt- y flit SUITS, par-ticula- r. tions in FALL COATS OR BOOTS wc have of spirited style, which DRESSES made of the newest fabrics and just received. Special pains taken in fitting our shoes. HOUSE 01 niK om; prick sroKi. styles. gi AI.II Y WE ARE STILL Tl'.IMMING OUR PUICES AND NOT OUR BUT LITTLK RENT TO PAY. CUSTOMERS Mim f iirtitr MrQuerry, of w m Iainrater ti-- u Monday, Mk Wallace, how tiro in Danvftk. Mr. My Bale nrt stay Tin for lr. Hudson & Tun tSVDdtlSttMMMWIMHMMNteMWIllMSIMiHMHI Ranges from. .$30. to $99., Cooks Heaters trom irom !U. to $10. to $40. mc sa.ny hub, recent guesti ad Revival At Fork. Horner, of begun a series of meetings at the Fork Church !at Monday night and the meeting are increasing with Inii'imt at each service. The public is cordially invited to attend these meeting, lend their support and cooperation, that much good may re- ilt therefrom. V. V Can.r--bcllsville- Louisvilie and Nashville Railroad announces Exrension effective November 1st lltv. 9 O o o u it I t . Stove pipe, Elbows, Coal hods, Pokers, Shovels, etc1 of Mid cheap. A few Freezers at cost. Wire fence, Wagons, 'mi..Mr. Va.. Mrs. OlMe Ttjrrill.gtieetHleh- of knirt Isecn the and Harness. Mr. Mid Mr. Juek Ada.. j una Mr. !.. J. !"eyton Sunday with M hr ether. Peyton, of I'ntat Ltefc. . nnl the O. It. "THE SOUTHLAND" 9 to I train leaves Lancaster 8:40 Ph. IP In brought to week's Mm- awmn after Sunday. Unexcelled Dining Car Service. Deal House. The i cltjk(, oru (lf th(, gtM!c.. ,vjr, i,r,AV """. " November '1th. I '.Mi, K. W'atee. of Hlnek Joe.1 For detailed information etc, apply to locMi. T. Krent- ,!' i M. k. Hudson. . f PeimHe.iKy-- . Im I.mh with relative. atid!u'" l,rimt lo al Ticket Agent, L. & N, K. R. et ilaym Ijinonter evr had. with her rttor. friend here for th pswt week nii trr week-enAll men will be hre- I Mr : W Karnun nl Mr. Fiiriiiiu Mr. William I'aynter, of Hall ltock,ve have a Foot Hall Came, Kacei-- . i.r Mar e rtvenui! Ky.. i the welcome jruent here thi j prize will he jriven and end that u few day hut week. Mim- - lUrnur Clmmp uml Katie week of the Kockeatle Wihini: Club. nirht with a peakini: at the Court Mason I Mn. C. C Hecker pent tcveral Harm Diokcriwm. Ui4Ht in l.e.x- Holm1. Kverybody welcome and Mr .Frank Mtmtfert. of louwvillo, Court Stir. ilny laft week with Mr. and Mrs. week-omand A ft'UI Mcntioa l Iht Coming at Itonm l tncton. peHt the spent Uie weeknd of latt week with evcrythinc FKKK. Joint Honor at Nicholasvlllc. (oU t, by TUi Vfi Art WcMiied I. with their parent. When the tame of Itobert Mason hM friend. Min Irene Smith, of thin Dr. and Mr. Hrown, of Stanford A Record To i ai called to Kive testimony in a I Mr. urn I Mr. Alfred Crute ami city case in the circuit court on Friday are spending the week with their son, Be Kaulfman i.at home fromln'Hy- - of Waco were vi.itor of Mr. J. P. StroUier and Mim Mr ( Of. morning, little attention war paid. Mr. It. P. Urowtt and Mr. Hrown. J- f Ha.ohlen V However, when the name of I'.i.nkin Cvinslon'. Whittnkor, ere week-enMer, P. !. Miller rn' .Jeff kuchU Mr. K. ( (laine.", our popular in-- I Miuon wa called and there wa a Holcomb lleicht thU ueek. with pcnt the week-en- d latt week of .Mr. and Mm. W. H. ui ii we .hhh. ma not look chtxty, "deail iiHHKf" cf the retlrinir wit-n- frien.'s and relative tr and Mr. J. B. SUmi wore! in Louisville. Kay ami Mr. and Mr. J, M. Anton. Mr. N'aUmn Hroa.t.lu. ami wife. Mr. I bwt heN fi'flmir chmty jut the ante. n ?.r.afU.o preit ns himlf, there wiu Mr. R. P. Sutton returned to hi Jlmmte Mrllrttio and little baby from Mr. ami Mm. IE. T. Kmhry, Samuel j am' : a r'fSi t Ik- - fo- - the amount by the liberal home in Brunswick, GaV'aftcr a Imi Ihb jin(,on pent the week end with Mr. and Willijm Kmbn aeeomiMniod by of inrurance he wrote dtirintr the ronie interert idiown i DelU Hkw HimJio number ureiit. Thia va nothtnt: two wvc)i, itny with hi lster, Mn. .. , t and Mn Ktifui Sum near Ilourne. Mr. John Andauon. of l.cv.npton, at-- t nwHtjt of Stptentber for the lVnn risiur M atanfuril. to the decree of interct, when the t). Kennedy. Mutual l.if Imurunre Compntty, be. name of Alpxander Mason was called. tilled the funeral of .Mr. Tom ., t J W. Ay ha returned from Mr. and M. ICoy N'rely. of llamii-- ! ,.vi vVPre Sunday. init onr of the Korea) o. Fifty Per- and another "duplicate" was presentUt uy May in StHnfenL Settle and k' Uh. Ohio and Mr. Wll-o- n guest Monday of Misses Jean and sonal Producer, amonir the airtnu ed. The younr men are not only Ky.. wore the i:uott Mr. and Mn. Vermin LancU'y and attending Viola P.ankin, who are Mr. an, of Hie Hill. f fhb inimn. throuchout the Unit- Mi- - l'rrkm l)tjr to tati brother, but are triplets, and their .chool in Millersburg. Sunday af Mr. and Mr. Charlie j fnmily. of Slater, Mlnnouri are xuvst 111 Mr-- . m HTIt M a i:aitHiu II Kmii II. Jmm Iii Irrliin. n.i ..'llb Moore. at Mr. and .Mr. Much Mobley and ' v.! LVu maktM him Jirwencc in tne court room crtauu Mr. and Mrs. M. 0. Kennedy, Mrs. ...... .. i .t...- l. u.... ......i...ki.. Utl.fl.lVlli ti... i.... I hi .VilUHWIHIfll Krllw Arw44 Frnci tpnt Mn Klizabeth Menhoit, Messrs Terry and I.aokoy. of Parkivillo. recor.1 that he and his friend are brnthert, Ml , Wiin ion of Mr. and Mr. John "',i..... -........ ....... ... r...u yenr ...... Tu. ' ,neir v.s.i . imk r ia I.eiiiiBUH on " r,mnv prouJ f It with her aunt, Mr. I), tiulloy, who " of' Mr. and Mrs." Will' C. MaMin. residing south of the city,-", wolittnte them Iwck again. J last week report l.muwiHim kiaihaa Wta vary ill but . Oihw i in the hatanauch neighborhood, aro:..' Mcnhon. of Iji (.range, i tmmv On Monday at noon Mr. and Mr. Pie Slipper Won v"-- hr tnaUKT. Mr. l. CJnlley. jfrwM her bcdiioV hi that khr apparently 110 yeai old, and, accord- M 3,r- v 1)aWl, Mr- - u- .Wtter. liinley . llatm etttertatntsl with imt to th saying, "alike as threcj Mr. and Mm. Bi Wwida Mi" Zt'l,ah 1,aWM at" one of the delightful altair of the peas" They are testifying in a cae!Mo,,an'' Mr. Mr. Harry Khuorv and year, a dinner party given Sunday with wrtWc In Nna. Ky-- J reception Friday, given in honor tcrJl the Ki)Ktl dauthter, f Harrmtliurc. at- Next Saturday nnrht. October :10th, whereby thev hope to establish the )Ir"t- A- nAvy at her home of Governor I'd win Morrow, who otriclal line for dlviion of property Mia Para Harrt af Hntj tended tita faworal .StUMtny f Mr, hal-- . s,r 'anvlllc. I a large crowd at the O.tr- - tht.a will tic a pie suppc and recently purchased. When seated wUi hr iaur. Mr. Qwora pmitiUftuhar. Mr. T1hmh he weh-enrur.l T(ilHtiii V'sirf.KAili. in t hi. iuttr. lowetn party at tho Do'antsville side by side, thtre is such a resent- Mr .and .Mrs. W. T. Woolfolk and 'AndernoH Pattie Andenon. H4' tho wu., WeJ . C0T: ' 1. 1....... .!,. .. ItVil "lir II4II1IV IB ...II 'I;.. ...... nml tiir...ir..t Mt of the RaiatDlkan party. Tb . n.ilfntl ...... MiM . . .... . UH.IHV IIIUI M U... I " .V r, Mlsi Whlttaker has aeeepteil a II Mr. (!. H. Swintfhraad anl sou, loveV ram were additionally pretty either coul.l repon.I without boim; MaigartJt Woolfolk and Mr. Hryan ... i with derations, of white and yellow guwu of posit i oa a clwk in Currey ami (iul-- y (eorge havt returnwl from recognized, except by one Hallanl were week-enliroeery ami meat stare. Mats, where they witnessed fall tlowen. The dining tabl was n.l Mr. W. very familiar with them. Two of Mr. K. U. H.illard ;Z " ' .I , " then, served in the navy during the J. Hogan. the foot hall batwon Harvard dacoraud wLh yellow and white Prof. P. II. Hopkins, of Frankfort, and Centre. bum ' '.L " "f ",, , ehrywHUhemums. the central charm ,,, wur. ,he t,,iri1 l,w"B ,ufl "ccording to I jr. and Mr. 0. M. Moreland and with Mr. and Mrs. spent the week-en' being a large basket filled with these . .. -- Kichmond itlle ,oan, llegl.tcr.' S(.n. -Matir- Jante Hourbon. Mis Zat H V. llastin on the Lexington roail itnnnnnrp. .Mr. and Mrs. SatlfUy Hughea and mi.' i ii in it :i.i ' llamt. An elaborate course menu mwiit for ih this splendidn school and ,lah Dnwe and Mr. It. A. Dawes, Jr. children will leave neat month for was served. About twelve guest acMr. W. A. Plckerson and daugh- Florida where thoy will spend the HKYANTSVILLE Hr it- - Danville SattA-da- afternoon t..akc ro charge it, but if ome to get the returns af Centre and Har ter. Ma Katie HaniM Dickerson, winter month. Their home will be cepted Mr. and .Mr, llastin' rharm Koa.i frtond ilicltics to send u in one .ero hoppar in Danville. Saturday. oeeupied by Mr. and Mrs. John Scott ing h(p4tallty. Little Ml. Lornne Hullet has boon vard foot ball Mnme. llf ttlllM llitS.. J Villi im- Itl.t hat jt" I " Mr. and Mr. W. T. Woolfolk. The marriage of Mls Stella ISicc will be appreciated and eagerly di. ' l,l,,r ill. Mr. Jaate (iranvllle Cecil, of Pan-- j during their abence Miss Modge lsac siK'iit the week- - Miss Margaret Woolfolk, Mr. Hryto Mr. Oscar H.ilianl took placa Sun- - voured. Huford, of tile, and Mr. Hrown il Mr. and Mr. A. II. Uicr of lend In Danville. an Hallard, of Lexington, Mr. and day morning at the 0 Holier Hotel in (tchlaavill were vislUra in Did., are expected for a visit PanviDe. .Mr. M. O. Kennedy wa Only a few relative were Pig in Cin- Mr. J. Hogati H.illard, Mrs. K. II. A to Mrs. Itlce mother, Mrs. II. A. H. Hallard. 'Mrs. W. .1. Hogan and cinnati Inst weak on business. piMni. i ne nn.ie wore a traveling will make the trip Th MrVj;iwl Vr. Jim AnderB, who' MarksUun Huge Success., Mr. and Mr. W. K. Pavii. Mrs. Miss May me Hallard were enter, i.nn of darx blue wth iva: to match .e utMVpidii' Mr and A'rs Kiel"-- . in their Ilu.Uon e.nti for a stay be- nd a ceroncc of white and pink John W. Hryant were in Danville mined Sunday by .Mr. Martha '.i The entertainment and Pw Suiuvr Phelps, of Stanford. i leri i.ave pnic to 'larrods- - fore going Ifto Parl.shurg. West Va., ros. The bride u h. uide.t daugh- .,.utjw Kaa In til a iliiiaa turn Mis Mayme Lee Hallard returned " ler af Mr. an.: Mr. Victor Hire and H Ml Pora Scott and pupil ita f 1 1 iit td relatives before re- - ilatrs r " n ontn- -v it tit White, of home Mr. and Mr. Kulysi i . 4BUMHy Kansas. verai irnmjr Maaon School, was a huge sue- -' Saturday after spending several rbiming and accomplish bf the L. .., Aberdeen, are the guestss of Mr. and . day in Cincinnati ami Lexington. m... i i .. Shu was k rn in thU County, the ctssa. .ae nei amouni uoing n.. iu. Mr. Calvin Hullet. , . i White in Cincinnati she witnessed the luw Attdraw Hice being her graad- Mr. Habere llurton returned great spectacular production of instrtct fcehool from tae sale of frther. The uroom is .1 popular honte Weilnesday after several day "Aphrodite" at the Lyttle Theater V wung farmar and contractor. Hoth ides. stay in She also heard the powerful speech ri Mr. and Mrs. lUllard eome of Ken- - The first and lightest pic sold, Messrs. Cincinnati. C. M. Mershuit, II. C. Ruble of M Itueky oldest and splendid families, brought tho handsome sum of $ltl.OO John H Marshall. . u, swope were in t. inciniiati pit Lexington last .Monday night. ami Mrs. llallntd will be remembered here nix- - oeiongct! lo the eliarmtng .Mt Hidding wa high on u a frequent visitor of Mr. II. A. Heccie Muncle. plea, prices ninging from 75 ct H. .Mnrksbury. After the ceremony Blankets $5.00 each. Shirts $2.50 each. 'O'hii.I rongmtulr ileus the bride and to IMHI. YOU BELIEVE IN PROTECTING Mutli credit i due the auctioneer, DO Olrercoats $8.50 each Coats $1.00 each. "f jtrooat left for an ex an trip thru Mr. Tho. K. Price for good order 111 the South. On thur .urn they will Shoes $3.00 pair. Pints $1.00 pair. 'make their ho.rc ' .. Mr. Hallard' and the way he conducted the sale YOOR LJ parents oit the Slink, rtewn road near of the pics. The attendance was so PAWNBROKERS CLOTHING largo that it wa necessary to sell the V long as you Letp plci at the doer in order that each Or re yu Ubinj leng chines, with ths future! Mens over couts, $ 1 0.00 each I might have a chance of bidding your body in pifcct hltl. you r; irr Ted asa.uit most of tlit ill, th one, "'Mens single coats, $4.00 & $5.00 each : future may brine- - The on sure w Succssful uh insurance s the natural on the pie of their choice. ' wsy Cl.lropratlc verttbral odjus'tniiriiU. jc you- - Chiropractor. Con coats, $3.50 each Youths single of the The teacher and pupil Hev. P. T. Sebastian recently clostulatlcn and spinal analyst withou charge. ed an interesting revival at the Hur-gi- n school employ this mranj of thanking church with 50 additions. all those who helped to bring about Hatlt The proceed He is now conducting a revival at this pleasing success. (Hnrrods-bur- p of the sal; will be used for the bene, the Mt. Moriah qhurch. lit of the school. Herald.) GULLEV HOUSE, Danville St. 0 to II A. M. LANCASTER, KY. t oveillh,r I ! J. R. MOUNT & CO. r.i fr.eiuu of Mu Irene Smith triad to aec her kck in cIm) 'Armistice Celebration. Through to Jacksonville, Florida. A high -- grade Steel train of Coaches and Through Sleeping Cars. Leaves Rowland 1 1:20 A. M. Connecting A. M. daily except : : Gossip About People vv : i ' l Triplets Create Vmi-er- a Proud d Prir. , , l ..-fi- ! fcno. lt ... .."'. ..,,1-w- And Halloween Party f)avt. - d , Cam-lirWk'- f, "";., ,, VV .i .v'' ''? I '"'' d d .,"'' " I fr -- -- , . Ilich-mott- ' laineas-1eVNonl- a. Supper . 1 , j . ' i i.-- -iii u... I I I I ARMY GOODS t. ' , I I HEALTH? 9 Evangelist SANDER'S VARIETY STORE Lipscomb Lipscomb The Central Record, Lancaster. Ky. Thursday, Oct 28, 1920 A Timely Signal Br WALTER J. DELANEY t 8 Voting Precincts NewCounty Regular Term, August Garrard Court, 23, 1920. Present Hun. Forest Stupp, Judge. Incompliance with Chapter Gl, Act of 1920, Kentucky Statute, rcqu ring the rccliatrir.tinR of the niaRiitcrinl dittrtcts of the vnriour. rountto of the Stato of Kentucky, thereby crentinc more voting precinct to conform to the Inw in regard to smnc, owing to the women of this Commonwc1th being granted the right of suffrage, and the Garrard County Court having Iicrcto-for- c appointed II. V. Bastin, A. T. Scott, K. B. Ray and C. B. Led ford a commmioncrs to retlittrict said County, the said commissioner made the following report, which is adopted and it is ordered by the Court that the said magisterial dia tricts of Garrard County be redistricted accordingly, as follows: f.il.l h HlHMt hmi n( the crossing iMtry the I'fftt nnd from tin- - window- - of the little tiirhmwno hnnty n dainty white extended, unvlns n wnrnltm hm..i 'Dm rwt Mac In whleh hhIiihoIII Waste ami lrf friend, N'elsnii PfMMy, wer bad iilnnily halt. Tie "Stt t lit Nriir 1'nlon.i Danger'" W.n Trf ll m iM TODAY, fitM 1U. Tm tmf tmlMf kf 5TOHMI.S DKUC. SIORC Ym rnitlit can't Im SsVa.s 0tm Vmmrmnt, l.lm.t, Ull4 HMI'lStln kwMlirtfi mm Thiw.Wim "!!, lukm imi miw diNnNMhl Wsm MWf mm lhlii.l,n llunl'.5.l.. BMM. w.tMalf Djiri f MM Ml "Hsmil !" (JflrHlntnl t latter, mn ee n train coming bnlf n wMe mny down I In- - rail In either Hi4tfM. It eeM in me llmt nil this fMtlMratlnn uf peril Is somewhat su- - CARDS. M. S. DENTIST the train ii illtiirliliik' evpfcedon. mill Dy;irt got out of tin itmrMiio to view n tint rear tire. "Perhaps It I better to heed stg. mil on nil occasion." iiherred Pjr. nrt. "A blowout or n dead engine aolng nrni the rail tnlKlit intuti here, I'roiity, I have lu ev Irn iiiIm, I noticed n gnrnc Just back H Mt. Won't J on run hack nnd get n tube. hlli I get thine rcaily to put It In." "Sun thing," r'Mitiilil Hit agree-nM- e nml ncrommoihitltig I'muty. himI leered liy the wheel '.thlli lynrt itihed (lit machine in one lde. nml tin"! I'roiity started mi Id tiillini. Dart liml the tire nil ready 'for the iiixrtli.n of n new lube wlihln ten minute, lint I'routy ilM not appear. In flirt, tlu latter illil not liml tin- - t'p rhtl tube- In- ordered to si-- t nt th Mrt garage, nml had to go some distance to the only other one In the limn. Another train went liy. Thl tltit "the watehtiuiu" eame out of the Imnty. nml Dyart wn urprled Hint gratified to catcli teht of n neatly heatity-fiireclrl of uliont tin' owner of tlie pretty linnil that IihiI prevliuHy nttmcteil hit attention. She waved tln i!;iir to luilt u fanner' ungon on the oilier side of the r.illruail, and tlien u the train paed vent hark Into the shanty. Not for een n winy a moon had Wade limn' attractive heinir He could not reM the impuNe to Mroll timanl the little structure. She nodded pleasantly s he faced the n dl-ed I'ap! A I iIkii moment. ihmtdered by. (sere was r, I)rt mid wultlng for my friend." he remarked, more from the of putting In the time etu'aclin: In converatlon than nnythlns eNe. "It I nlnays bet to follow the ' rule." he replied. lleginning nt center of Public Square in thence a straight "You eem to he nt home here," ld Dytnrt. noticing n book, n fan and n line to the crossing of the alley with Campbell Strret at Kelley's Illscksinith shop; thence with center of Campbell Street to Crab Orchard Street; theme romfortable roiklng cliHlr. with center of Crab Orchard Street to the City Limits; thence with center of "Only for the pat two day." I lit- - girl. "The regular watchman Crab Orchard pike to the Lincoln County line; thence with the Lincoln Counl Mr. Martin, and I lire nt hi houe ty line to the Paint Lick Magisterial District corner; thence with said l)it. at preent. Some one had to net iih line to the Lancaster and Klrksville turnpike; thence with center of said pike tlliMltilte, mi I volunteered." "I ee." obeni-Dyart thoiiditfiil-lv- . to the Iincaster and Richmond pike nt Hyattsville; thence with centr of but souieuhnt mystltled, for the girl Itirhmond pike to the City Limits; thence with center of Hichmond StnMt to did not Miggest the typical village j the center of Pub'1" uiuare, the beginning. The plac of voting shall he within said boundary in luinrnterr Ky. iHidileii or the liijinlde nml obiriire. . Jnn then I'roiity Tbenwa mt exciie for further converntloii, ami J lynrt went hack to the automobile. "Slop," lie ollliHUlzed. "It win lleginning at center of Public Square in Lancaster; thenre with n- I worth Mopping." ' "U'hateer ha got Into Wilde" ter of Hichmond Street to the City Limits; thence with center of Itichmuid many time during the next week or pike to the Klrksville pike nt Hyattsville; thence with the center of said pike two Ids MMer. who u eticnged to to the Paint Lick Magistenul District line; thence with said line to the iluck-ey- e I'roiity, risked tde latter. Magisterial District line; thence with said line to Sugar Creek; ut cortwr "I have noticed lie lu uiImi me of A. D. Ford's place; thence with center of said creek to the three forlu; eenil innrnlnc mid evening." ' thence with center of Antioch Fork to the Iron llridge on Buckeye piku; I'roiity. thence with the center of Huckeye pike to the corner of Campbell Strec-r- ; "Ye, nml came home two night "lence w un in corner 01 i ampueii nireei to me nuey at jerry ioty s; xnenee n long pln, and I found n liidv' from a straight line to the center of the Public Square, the beginning. veil In the car." Le within said boumfiry in l.ancater, Kjl The p'r.te of voting "Ah!" nodded I'roiity Mgiilllennily: ' "llmt look uplcloii." "And n eard with h notation on It 'tinier lit I'envllle the pho nograph record. Send by train to lleginning nt the center of Public SqU4re in Lancaster; theun--j Ml Ada Ittgley, IVnvllle.'" "I'emllle." ruminated Iniel- - straight line to the crossing of the alley with Campbell Street at Jerry Doty' llcntly, nroiie nt once. "That wn thence witli cutter of Campbell Street to Huet-.-y- e Street; thenre with on where Dysart met Unit. pretty girl tnk- - ter of iluckeye street to City Limits; thenec with center of Huckeye pike to ins: the watchman's place the Iron llridge; thenre with center of Sugar Creek to the Three Fork there "The Rlrnnge thing I. I know n Ml thenc- - with the center of of; thence up the North Fork to Kemper iia lllgley In l lie city. They are n to Lexington turnpike; thenre with tlie center of said turnpike to quite prominent family, nml I aw by said lane the pnier she wa summering ut Pen-- the City Limits; thence with Lexington Street to the centir ai villi-- . did not mention my discovery the Public Square, the beginning. Ky. e s so queer." to Wade. The place ot voting hall Iw wi'hin said boundary in "Queer, secretive, mid Mealing n march on mel" reflected I'roiity. "I .'nnry I will InveMlgate." Which the close friend of Wude Iy. art proceeded at once to do. Two evening later when Dysart drove the attractive young lady of the wjtrh-mini'- s lleginning nt Kings Mill Bridge on Dix Hirer; thence with th Lexbif shanty to the home where she Dick ltobinson, at the intersection ot tho Lux. was Maying, that ot the watchman, ton nnd Danville pike to Cnmp turned homeward bound, Prouty Ington nnd Lnnrnster pike; thentv down said pike to the Mt. Hebron pike; nnd ran his machine close beside him. thence with the center of said pike to new ruad between the farms of Tom hulled Id m, and both came to u halt. Hicks and Sid Doolin; thence with the center of said road to the County rosd "I see you have been Improving the between the farms of C. M. Dean and N. J. flosney; thence with tho wnter nine," greeted Prouty. of said road to Sugar Creek; thence irown said creek to the Itrrring Hill, "Naturally, after meetliig the most up said Hill and with the center of Kemper Lane to the Lancaster and harming young lady I have ever thence Lexington pike; thence crossing said pike anil down Canidens braaeh to replied Wsde uiihluvhlnsly. known," "Notwithstanding the iioor and hum-hi- e Iioones Creek; thence down Booties Creek to Dix Itlver; thence I'own the guise of u watchman's relative" river to the beginning. The place of voting shall be within said boundary nt .Murkobury. Ky. "Oh. Miss lllgley never poed as that. Certainly. I know who she U. for we have Imparted mutual A break-down- vn,,' , up said Dix ltlcr to Tim Yard Hrsnch; thence with wild branch with its meanders to the old Stone House where it intersect with the ronil lending to HrynnUvillc; thence with the center of said roml to llryniitvllle; thenre with the center of the Ijinenster anil Lexington pike to the llritlge oer the j Kentucky river at Camp Nelson; thence down said rher to the mouth of Dix Iteinninn at tin center of the 1'ithlic Siunre in l.uncnuter, thence lthj Itlver the beginning. the nihhlle of I.exinton Street to the City Limit; thence with the Ceil" The plsce of v ling s'mll be within said boundary at Bryantsville Ky ter of the Lexington pike to the Hrynntuvllte Mncistenat IMntrirt lloumlnry; lloyle thence with nhl Ilotimlnry to the lloyle County line; thence with the No. 10, Bourne. County line to the New Danville pike; thence with kiiIiI pike to the City Limit; thence with the center of Danville Street to York Street; thence' Beginning .it Kentucky Itivrr bridge, at Camp Nelson; thence with with the center of York street to Maple avenue; thence with the center of the center of the Lexington and lincaster pike to the pike lending to Mt Maple avenue to the alley nt hack of A. T. Anilcrfon'n; thence a straight line Hebron; thence with center of the Mt. Hebron pike to the new road between to renter of Public Square, the hmuinini;. farm of Tom Hick and Sid Doolin; thence with center of said road to the The place of voting .ihnll he within said houmhiry in I .n nonet it, Ky. County road between the farms of C M. Dean and N. J (iosney; thence with the center of suul County road to Sugur Creek; thrtice with center of siild creek to the Jesse Davidson Hill, thrnie aero to the mouth of Davis Crrrk No. 2, Works. to the Kentucky river; thence down the Kentucky river to the beginning shall be within said boundary at Bryantsville, Ky The place of HeKinnfni; at renter of I'uhlic Square nt Lnncastcr; thence n Jtrnllit line to the crunMnc of alley hack of A T. Aniler.on'i thence with the renter NO. 3. of Maple Avenue to York Street; thence with the center of Yurk Street to BUCKEYE Danville Street; thence with the center of Danville Street nml center of New Danville pike to the lloyle County line; thence with the lloyle County line No. 11, Buckeye. j to Lincoln County line; thence with Lincoln County line to the Mouth of Beginning nt the inuuth of dirt road, on Poor Itiilge pike, called S . Water Works branch; thence with the center of Water Work llranch to Water Work.; thence with center of Water Work roail to I'nuhlini; Strret; I --me, in Boundary to Lancaster Magisterial District, tlivtice with line of Ijiii thence with the center of I'uuhlini; Street to Danville Street; thence with caster Magisterial District to the line uf BryunUville Magisterial District. thence with same to the mouth of Davis Creek on Kentucky river; thence ut center of Danville Street to center of Public Square, the beginning.. Ky. said river to mouth of Paint Lick Creek; thence up same to the mouth of dir: The place of voting shall he within sail boundary in road, lending from Paint Lick Creek to Buckeye; thrnee with center of sail road to Iluckeye turnpike: thenre with center of suld pike to mouth of dirt No. 3, Creek. road leading to Scott Fork Creek from Buckeye, thence with the center of said road to Srotts Fork Creek; thrnre down creek with center to mouth of lleginning at center of Public Square in Ijiucaster; thnce with cendirt road called Sad thence with renter of said Lane to the beginning. ter of Danville Street to Paulding Street; thence with center of Puukliny The place of voting hall be within said boundary at Buckeye Ky. Street to Water Work Itond; thence with center of Water Work road tc Water Work.; thence with center of Water Works branch to the Lincoln No. 12, Countv line: thence with Lincoln Countv line to the Iinrnster unit Crat Orchard turnpike; thence with the center of said turnpike to the Lunrastei Beginning at the mouth of dirt road, called Snd Ine on Poor Itidge City Limits; thence with center of Crab Orchard Street to Campbell Street pike; thence with houndury of Buckeye Precinct No. II to 1'sint Lick Creek; thence with center of Campbell Street to the alley nt Kelley'n Hlackimith thence with center of said creek to dirt road on said Creek at Taornp Sebasshop; thence a straight line to the center of the Public Square, the beginning. tian's farm; thrnre old boundary between Walker School House and BuckK The '',nre "f vo,inc ,,,al1 be "'",in s",i'1 ,,0"'lary ' eye, to line intersecting the Magisterial District; thrnce with j same to the beginning The pace f votinir ' all h- - within said boundary ac Teatersville, Ky No. 4, Lick. MAGISTERIAL DISTRICT NO. Precinct No. 1, Boones Creek. 1. j HATFIELD Offlc aver Th OHIca S. Phont LANCASTER, 4fo Garrard Bank. Rsldnc Precinct 376, KENTUCKY J.J.Byrne Exclusive. Optimetriit Office Hour Precinct Water vo-in- g KENTUCKY. DANVILLE, Opposite Gilchcr Hotel. In 12 and I to S p m I MAGISTERIAL DISTRICT Precinct J. A. Beazlev MINERAL DIRECTOR Olltre Over National Bank Iteiiilence Phone .1, Oll'ce I'hoi e 27 LANCAMTKK. KY Precinct Gilberts H. J. PATklCK, LenttJt. Paint Lick. Ksintfcks i Precinct Teatersville. I Dr. Printus Calls I. Walker .17 VETERINARIAN. Answer. it Promptly I'll Precinct Fall Nh AM V I ir. j Precinct No. 13, Walker School House Beginning at a dirt road near the residence of Thomp Sebastian on Paint Lick Creek; thence up said Creek to the farm of William Anderson and to the intersection of hue between Buckeye nnd Brandy Springs Magi terial District; thenre with same to IUck Creek and intersection of line of Buckeye and l.menster Magistenul District; thenre with Mine to the farm of Ben Turner on I .one Branch; thenre down said branch to the mouth of Bark Creek; thence up the center of Bark Creek to the dirt road near the residence of (inlf Hardin; thenre with center of said dirt rmul to Paint Lick Creek, the beginning;, being the same boundary of the original Walker School House Precinct The place of voting shall be within said boundary "ear ItacVlry, Ky. Honaker Fine Cut Flowers. John M. McRoberts. N. L. PREWITT d npH-nred- Precinct No. 5, Poor House. Auctioneer SATISFACTION GUAUANThKI), MAGISTERIAL DISTRICT NO. 4. Precinct No. 14 Paint Lick. Ijin-cast- er IjiicusUt. Ky, It. V D. No. 3 j i 'nl! ueet Precinct No. 6, Sugar Creek. I i I'rty I 1 MAGISTERIAL DISTRICT NO. 2. Precinct No. 7, Marksbury. Beginning at Lowell; thence with the center of Short PikeUi the and Klchmond pik. thence center of same to the White Lick pike; thence with center of White Lick road to the Salem Wylle road; thenre with renter of same to th- - Madison County line at Wnllaretnu; thrnce with the Madison County line to the mouth of Lowell Brunch to the Walker School The undersigned hereny give wartiIloue line; thrnre with same to the hci:inninr The place of rating shall Ik wi thing mid boundi jy at Patat Lick, Ky me to all persons nut to trespass upon tur land, for any purpose whatever U we will prosecute all otfendrrs to No.. 15, Manse. the fullest extent of the law. Hunt, Beginning at Lowell pike, thenre with renter of same to the laitiras-te- r era and fishennun especially take and Blrhmond pike; thence with the center of same to the White Lick notice. pike; thence with center of White Lick road to John Davis; thence with his Mrs. Cora I'hlllipe, It. L Hlkin, tine and including same to Tellie (ireen's line; thetire with his line including Mrs. Kmma Danials, rnme, to Mrs. Funnle (ireen's 'me, I'jtludlng same, thetire wath her line to It. - Arnold, Copper Creek pike; thence with eentnr of name to Woods View School Houie; Mrs. Sarah J. 1 llackley. thence with center of dirt rimd to John Tankersley'i; tlirncu with center of Mrs. Kmma Hixginbotham. Union road to the old Richmond roml; thence with center of same to Jesse Kdd and N. B. Wice. Alford's; thence with center of dirt rund to Coocii pike; thence with center, 8. C. Itlgsby. Miigisi'irinl District line; thetiae with same tu D, M. Andersen. of Ctooch pike to R. L. Barkor County road on lick Creek; therirtr with center of mine to the beginning. B. I. Kellsy. The place of voting dinll Ik- - within said tioundary it .Manse Ky J. C. Rljrsby. Mrs. Victoria) Anderson, No. 16", La wson School House Thompson and Trscy Beginning at (Seorge Connor's thence ith the center of branch tu J. II. and Arthur McQuerry's Including same, tu Kvelyn Painter's line, ina'.ud. ing same lo J. T. McQuerry's; tlwiice with venter of hoe to Union coad; thenre with vvnter of Union road to the old Itirhmond road; thenni with renter of same to Jesse Alfonl's; thenre with center of dirt road to tiooch pike; thence with center of Onoch pike; thenre with cuater of same to Bne of Lancaster Magisterial Dislunt; thenre wit Mid line to Lincoln Cotuty line; thence with Lincoln County line to Drippiug Spring road; thence with center of Dripping Spring road to Strlngtown; thence wita center of dirt road to (ieorgc Conner's the beymning. The jvlare of vutwg shnll be within said boundaey near Lawson School House. POSTED I- Precinct Precinct Precinct No. 17, Cartersville. Beginning at George Connor's; tlicncu uith renter of lirsneh to J. 11 and Arthur McQuerry's excluding Rnte; to Kvalyn Pointer' line excluding (Otive to J. T. McQuerry's thence with center of lane lo Union road; thence with center of same to Woodtvievr School House; thence cruising pike with Mrs. Fannii) Green's line to Telly Green's line; thence with same tu John Davis' line; thence with Duvls' line to White Lick; thonce with center of White Lick rosd to Salem Wytie road to tho Madison County line; thence with tame to the Rockcastle County line; thence with same to the Lincoln County line; thence with the Lincoln County line to Dripp'ng Springs road; thence with renter of same to Strlngtown; thence with renter of dirt road to George Conner's the beginning. The place of voting shall he ithtn said buuudury ut Cartersville Ky. court-dence- Precinct No. 8, Bryantsville. Hazclwood Sanatorium Trtatmtnt For ths A'uh.Llkuiljf tubfi-culoi- lleginning at Kings Mill on Dix Itlver; thence with the center of the wrlousi" suggested Pouty. "i:inlnently so. and delightfully so." Lexington nnd Danville pike to Camp Dick Kohlnson to the intersection of replied Dysart with hsppy hearted- - the Lancaiter and Lexington plku; thence with the center of the tancastcr nets. "It was an auspicious moment lu and Lexington pike to ISryantsville; thence leaving said pikt following tho my life when that slrusl MopjveJ us center of the nlke leading to Tsn Yard llranch nt the old stone house on J. und the uutoinobtle broke down." B. Leavel's place', thence with said branch to Dix river; thence up Dix Blvor "Ye, 'slop,' suggesting the ususl liu to the beginning. ot womauklnd." The place of voting linll hi within said boundary at Bryantsville, hy. "Cxuclly, and 'dsncerl' There was llmt for any observant young tusa to No. 9, irnllzt) In the lovely eyes ot silt Hlf ley. snd to fly forthwith unless ha llfetluis rspllf wlMn-lo become Beginning on the Kentucky river at the mouth of Dix Utver; thence "I I'm I You don't mean to say It Is of Tuhrrculoji' Mstnulnrd by lis LoulnlUtf ls Precinct Buena Vista A. K. Walker, Sheriff G. C. the adnuste tiratmrnt tf In sll ill ttagei at t. 1 1 n an. lUtri JI5.00 r week, including board, mcJlcil atlcnio.i, UumJty, etc. I ltti Riound coat. msnJlngttcnlvc view. Delight. ful muoundinr SprcUl ulei lor rswlil.iti It,, mtut.il ll ut.aif, . A ifcnrt-Wm.i soMlbU, .M Im CS. W.tWvJ tfU Forest Stipp, Judfte G. C. C. to her witchery I" The Central Record. Lancastei, Ky., Thursday Oct 28, 1920 1 Live Stock It Firm FEED FOR BEEF PRODUCTION Three.Ytar Etperiment Shows That Coit. Mart to Feed Calves Than Older Cattle. Sample Ballot Election November 2nd, 1920 r . - p opine that a number of new nkhtm will Imvp to bp In our hall of fame in order to accommmlatp rn-atc- thr Increaslnc number of promlnert betlecjrcm. Thejo prollteer who have been the Kovernmcirt by Mid-llni- r out on their taxea will IkiVc to )ty up all nrrearacO'i before they can tHp lnt heaven. Old St. IVtcr hat n vatii tn cnntliler. hrMnlwlnkitiK , IIi'nltt went whU I fn )iMtllhK himI iHd )iMriM tn tlmt tlm liillili'lK r nf nee I'll lie OIHMUHl Hllll irllt nf feiilhi fi.i Im-iriMHriim imllraled Ural the lnltl.il llxl per llHHfltlll HIIIhI lit IHI'Ml nun t riHii-i- t Willi th rtl t.li with the .ilil.T ratlin; Hull tin rill'h 'f lllae httfrnmnty for HllMOnil atcrt de, with thai Ike nli iiihI th nti nf mlti mrt the riMir)inii iA rHtrbci- - in Ittrreaatwl .'i 'IIH-- I null ullh f jtri-Hli- oilu'. llin . )i-n- r nlil ep,-rl- ' rrt that I I In- - mnnmnt nr 'i: n nef - iMiilt f iimI rnenMtlttn .In- n ll'Wr mw llwrttt. Tli tl iHtBl aWIINltljr fm nnrttilfta- - aln n,tr, fr'Htri' aa; In M..,,t, .n.k.-'..l.l- r r nH fH rtiv - .if name la4ir-'- i f flftl REPUBLICAN oo PARTY Louisville, Kv .1. ADTV v SOCIALIST PARTY PROHIBITION PARTY O K.S, If pimple who necr lake the trouble' to vote were Miililenly tilt- -' thy would bmit a mlchty ilcprlv-m- l rwr af protct iiKintt ttf their Imilletinble rlfhtn at a riUaen of thin arent und Khirlnut It mickt be a cood kad of the way t root'em wit f thidr holes. bnc fr. i DHimiy wim eutt intu Ututerille lUfmblteiin malut whea it wo an-- i mohhcihI by 1, W. Ilernheim. miltlan- aire phitftntropit of tht rHy, that he propotcd to vote for a atrtticht Derno- - For Presidential Elector. Wm. .!. Ueboe, .Marion, Ky, p. .r4 . . Hfrfti ws KMglUMMV. fmww i wlm I,,,,. .11,. Mittrr fnl . For PrcuIonti.il Elector. .Marion K. Taylor, For Presidential Electors. .Martin A. I'rinkman Newport, Ky . Kdwaril howl', I't'lloviio, Ky. For Prcaidential Elector. I'utie tieket t'l f"! wrtt-Ipax- Gifore W. Hnln, I.fxiiJKton, Iv hi vim In . Hh- - ' I. Urni George W. Lolltf, IMiisvillf, Ky, lack I. H.mtli. ISirnilnglMini, A. f.M A. Alexander, Spring Station. Ky. Scott. l.'i'utl.'.w I!dlll)lllll1l). LfNiiiRton, Ky. Mr. Iternhelm in a life Ioiik Hepuln licun. und tm alwii- - been a liowvj c nil I'Utor t the lteHibfiotin fund in that Slate. II. n.. i in tke wntll war. "Th l.eiikfUt-- nf Notion" he ik-- ,n)r. "n nioti Kola-i- t Ky. Padiicah, Ky. C. L. Williorx. nixon, Ky. William ration. ... CoviiiK'ton, Ky, ., ... Hov. Hammond. Fulton, Ky the worhl'a lioliet potted. today. I am anxued at the lie-- i publico n politician playing football with it. Thouch I Ntill cnider m- elf a cood Hepublicnii, I am k'oiinr to vote for (!ov. 1,'nx and the Democra-- i tic ticket.'' I . I'.. ' .A MiulUoiivillo. Ky. W. (). .Mnattw, Johnson, J. II. Dolil. . Covington, Ky. Dr. S. .1. Harris. Corydon, Ky., Dr. $23 Oringt Scrubt. Ill- - MortfTintown, Ky. Owo W. Stanloy, MivriUtowit, Kv. .John .Marshall, JflTiTsoii Coiirty, Ky.. A. U, Alox. I'. Clianoy, Itowltni; ?r!ii, T. St-ot-t Ky.... .1. F. KHVi'iiiingh, t'oviiiKton, Ky. .. f. F. Wimborley, st'ow, Kv., I 1 I I Sttt't Much . ' Cooil Um4m Than Ucttcr Prltt lln- - Sprintffmld, .1. May. Frank Kv. Dayton, Ky, .1. (. Sunilonnan. Smith, ...... Mrs. Maymo PdniiiiKor. Ceeilrfi, Ky., . . C. A. I I limt fll.'t Vll.le lint l in 1. 'her are I at th' miinav lllll)' III f. IIIIIC I.Ktlll.T . Htf !. 111,. HfclNlMlMT "f U II) II' uii l.ll, l.i k .r Htarkrt rlr tm I In. IiiM.wI If nf IhwIIhc. um4 an if (Hirlimltr In ltM fir a Ii.iism-- HriiM ! f tlmr hiM flillrmHl nllli lr liaii thr iHntv lanlart ln-r- " i r lilMlfr rllll' IttMl. lrnt.t.. i.r.ihrti) I,l rlrtnm4MMv H OTltltMr. ). Amiu!. l.onisvHIti. Ky I.tlt'ilK Ittiltll. Frank IJi'llovtit1, Ky. Singer. J Louisville. Ky. ll' fr s"t Walton, Ky. . J. . Covinnton, Ky. A. Smitlofur, Kobanl.4, Ky. K. U. Overloy. . Covington. .1. Ky. GIVE S. I), l'inkorton, VeTsailli'.. Ky. HOGS' FEET ATTENTION Hobuit T. Crowe, I.a (IraiiKf, K'. I .M. Silvurmau, Henderson, Ky. Millersburg. Ky., Andrew .Johnson. Wi I D. Redd. Bad Underpinning Art Ofttn Due to Lack af Trimming at Writ at to Ovtrfrrdlng. (I. I.. Porrynian, Columbia. Ky. .lolm .M. Ciirdon .MontKomery, Columbia, Ky, It. T. A. O. Grimsby. Ttdesboro, Ky, in ore, Ky. nf llw atilnmU a rll at tn (11 line tlirm. If tin atlMU prrfiv. tcrjf nfim lhir liaf a Irwl nry o en ilnnn In tin fwt. Itml f"t .1. rr alo nflfii iImi In Inik nf alti nlnM at writ at tn iiwrfiiitliic niul I""1 Anltnntt llmt art Ifil 'Inn In t tt- Hln llif rrail) to llillill lil ami tlatf fair lu m-n- - liri-'ilr- r u trt 1 n s; litiC" at tin- - i'hiimI) v aiti IiiiiiIiI Thtioboltl, - t liraynon, Ky. W. .Mtillins. I'tioplt'.s, Ky. Kinnard. Oliw Hill, Ky Stowoi-s- , Otto Ufer. I I Louisville, Ky., Walter Worthinirton. .Minerva, Ky. I 1 The drift from Ki'iKililkan ntnk into the Democratic umK ho influential men of the Hast niUuei Monday inorninK (!eo. Whit. l?halr-maof the Democratic Nntlwml k'ivc to the public lh? naiw of one hundrcii nml twpnr.oiH! fie- publicans and Hull Mooteii. wno will vote for Cox and the Lnjit'- - of N tionc In civinir their roiwon for thi potition thee Hent licit . My In part ; "True Hepuhlican tlnteiiitur'iirj would have welcomed a'i' tuppinlc' the Covenant, would Inw xniylit to rtreuthen rather than to unki n It effective guarantee ai;iiint ntritret !ion. It it now too late to tnlk of a new a.ocintion of nation tn b? created under itepublicnn oiupicM. The proponal to auk forty-thre- e other nntiont to scrap the existing league, enter another peace conference and agree on omc undefled experiment, can no longer be taken erioutly. Wc urge nil Itepublicans and I'rogrct !ivc to put patriotim above party, to join with us for working for Cox and Ilooevclt, and for those candid' ates who stand clearly and frankly for the ratification of the treaty und adherence to the League.' n Cum-nittt- Frank V. Pikuvillo, Ky. Georue Stewart, Winesap, Ky., Thomas A. .Markert, Louisville, Ky., I I Ur. Adkins. Sr., Paintsville, Ky., I STATEMENT of the Ownership, Man agement, Circulation Required by tha Act of Con crrtt of Augutt 24, 1912. Of the Central Hecord, publithed weekly at Lancaster, Ky., for Oct. 11)20. tin imrtimllv mi liaril irrmtml amntint of rr apt to thnw thlt tniHlili" ntwrt limn tn ttni iirnlrr iinlliwry rnmlltlnn. trltiiiulnc lx tli pic l tlir.mn n lit h)i ami ulih n 'Imrji Jnrklulfi Hir,i nff thi imI nf tin tiM't can ! ifnwtirtiiil) ihr ...I,, nf Hi fnnt mat Ilwl tin' pic "I'l tn .il mrlnc ali. tiiilil l alk flat mi tlii" fniit taken In miMitli up tin Joli ami ! n at in Avfl Ht tin fixii iimi i jmI luinrnrtt. Tin trliHinlne rnii t.iailil In iliwi at lrat Irn ilajt or tmi ivfi'kt In'fnri tif tlintA rrrrl tal a triH'i W. T. Tipton. Corbin, Ky, Guy Patterson, Pinevillo. Ky. J. C. McKee, London, Ky I , For United State Senator. Kicluinl P. Krnst Covington. Kv. For United State Senator. .1. '? nt .... Frankfort, Ky. C. Heekham, Rvpretentative In Comjrca. KiliK Swope, BEEF PRODUCTION FALLS OFF Oanvill... Ky., ReprcacntMive In Congre Halph Gilbert, Shelbyville, Ky. of the Court of Appeals. Ntarly Half of Firmtrt LJit Year Operattd at Lot Similar Con. ditlont This Year. For Judce ot the Court Apprnli. of For Judge Iliif In tin rnlliil Stair iar priMlurwl at an ati-niS- n In f 14 frtUliil ly (anil tn IS II. liiuliilUi'llii'lit iriit. aiinnlllic . Til)lnr. ilil.f nf nf tin' I'lillrtl l Hiin N. Dean, l"t II. Clover Hottom, Ky. nf "t Win. ItoKers Clay, Lexington, Ky. nf ncrli'iillm nnly ."S ht ivnt nf llii fnr 'utlln cnnriTliiil Ht'ff prmlnri-iI t ft iiiori'. that nml 12 ''r 'iiit MX hT "HI "f tin- - prmlllrrr kepi t nr " Ihai ilif rnn at l i.nirly half f il"' fimniT iitihlm-lti- s Iir.ii listing i fcf iiTaliil at n Into. Mlli'iHi Hint a -- Imllitr inmlllli.ii riilf a.nl t lint priiilili'tHHl l fillllni nA ni' MiiUi'MT. int ii-ii- li. tn prmlilii' at a Inn. prlii' it It I laliil nllli' a tin' rrnmi for tlu fiilllnc "IT tif tlu prnlli. A a iriiHil)' fnr It Mr Ta)lor MtBk'rala ktfilllB nf In lti r lf-- ' unit of all farm niiniintk. flliiilniithiti iiiarkflliii: t'lmn.v ami of Kixxt inuhiici'Miiiil. I at a rvMtlt. lnif m mm an-I'hi- ki'H fi'Ue SCREENINGS NOT POISONOUS I At Fetd Subitltttt for Bran They Can B Fed to Sheep With Much Advantage. . nf Arcorillnt: to a Ticrnt nf nKrlculturr. mun S. ilrpnriniHit arrtftitnits art' tint mlpn. clavrr , Ttn-ran I fill t nut to llv HiH-ka phk crnln ahrrp to mltanlncc, ' freil. but tliry probably ar nm rociI itt bniu. Ilowewr, a bruii l a iiiarkelablp prixlurt nml twri t rioter crrcnlnsH nr not, bflne an llierwlc watle product of tbr fann. at n fiil aubttltulo for bran It ronMltutet n m--t Milns of ! coat of bran ami la tlu fort of conaldcrable raise to thu pro. dactr wbo can nip It. tin-Vl ln-l- rf Mr. and Mra J cue Clark and children were vinitor of Mr. I'm uk l.nnil nml family vititnl Mr. ami Mr. Carl Moborley the latter rclHtiM1 Sumlay. Therv'a a world of fntitfaction in part of taut week. bo i nt tntitlled. Alia Mnuilo l)avi vinltisl rt'lativivt Mr. und Mm. Homer Schuntiint .ind in lnt wock. children, Mra. V. T. Hebuhliiiu an: The fellow who Imitate virtue I .Mr .Wjlbcrt DaiU'y lia Ihmii Ktnndton were with .Mr. ami Mm. (not ncccnurily j virtuoua imitntor. I 1l, .1.....!... from n born felon. It. II.... tlll....i .inn mruii iraurj .Ml Dniloy tnti'rtaliieil a Thumdny. llvntvolence ia ulwayn kin deep. Itort Stmictimivi it wichoi at fur a the number of younir folka on Wi'iliiw.luy Mr. and Mm. Walter Pain anj I'Vcnlnjr, daughter of llrytintaviUo are wl' pcl.etbook. MIm Lillian A. Daili-- and lint-ti- c Mr. niul Mr. Joe Hay. The eldot Kverjlwtly it biKinnini; to dream II. Tneo arc nttucKcil with a diuiKhter taken quite aici Saturlny of Chrltmu turkey und mott of u vro cold. ululit but it tome better nt ihl time. will cut okioken. Mm, Abo llurton w,u the wcck-cm- l Mr. and Mr. John Daily and KUi'it in MiuIUoii with her mother, "How do we understand the phaics dauKhter, Mi Annie Atkint and .Mm. Luyton. of the nioont" inquires an exchange. flatter Mnrruon l.lllard Ually were .Mr. Newton Duvit and family apent entertained at dinner Sunday by Mr.,Sme ma'. but .Monday nii;ht with .Mr. and Mr. und Mrs. Powell Dally and Mi Hert The fact that this it n "windy" age .Morton Davit. Daily. probably accounts for so many peo.McHlamcs Allen Tcatcr and lloin-e- r Mr. and Mrr. Allen Tenter very ple having inllatcd heads. Ituy apent Monday afternoon with pleusuntly entertained Thuraday eve. Mr. Wilbert D.ulcy. To call a fellow a bootlegger these nlng Mr. John Daily and family, Mr. Mr. William Ituy mid bride apent Muse Hay and family, Mr. Powell days ia to offer him a deadly alfront. a ilcllchtful week end with .Mr. and Daily and ion and daughter. .Mr,. The boot leg i not big enough. Mr. Homer Hay. omer Hay. M.,.r. Co) and Tom, Th(. b wh(J ou, oMnK Mr. Carl. Cotton ami attractive lit. Price, MUse Thclma Mmpson ami for gtnmny the rtr one tie aon returned home Wcdnraduy .nnle Atkln. ,0 t(t)Qt whfn h(, t.ncuntcr$ lt. after u acveral day ntuy in Madlion. Any why shouldn't our American j The fellow who I always looking! Mr. and Mr. Elijah Mc.Mllllun und tun kere anionir the Kucit Sunday of women be the most beautiful on the 'for something for nothing might win1 Mr. and Mr, liuford Smith of I'oor earth? They pay $7fi0,000,000 a j out by trading himself olT for a tooth.; year fur route, lipstick and perfume, pick. KI.Ikc. WOLF TRAIL. Cracks at Creation. Jtmini u' ! i.uni.-'mii- j jelon't. . uM State of Kentucky, County of (larrard. Hcfore me, a Notary Public in and for the atate and county aforesaid, personally appeared H. I Klkin, who, having been duly vorn according to law, deposes and snys that he .is the Publisher of the Central Kccord, und that the following is, to the best of his knowledge and belief, a true statement of the ownership, man- ngement (and if a daily paper the circulation), etc., of the aforesaid publication for the date shown in the ubove caption, required by the Act of August 24th., 1UI'.', embodied in incction 443, I'ostnl Laws and Itegu- The government U still after the l. m t,)c nww of booiv runners und the runner are this form, to wit. still after the dollnrs. Which one 1. That the names und nddresscs are you bitting on? of the publisher, editor, managing manager ure: Thit world Is full of people who c,litor' "n'1 rublisher, It .!.. Klkin, Uncnstef, now to run the other fellow', Know butlnens, but arc never able to make.' Kt'n'Uf'' Minor, J. r.. aouinson, umenstcr. a success of their own. I Kentucky. The time of the Christmas turkey j Manging Kditor, H. L Klkin, near, when a few fortunate caster, Kentucky, Manager, It. I Klkin, Husiness ones may be able to exchange their Ijincnstcr, Kentucky. bank nccounta for a bird. .j fhnt the owner arc: ((live The farmer is raising Old Ned be- - nnme and nddrcasc of individual cause the price of wheat is down, and owners, or, if a corporation, give iU the consumer U raising the devil be- - nnme and tho name and addresses cause the price of flour is still up. of stockholder owning or holding 1 Perhaps you can tlgure it out but , per cent or more of the total amount we pats. jotock.) Ky. J. K. ftobinson, 3- That the known bondholders. PhiiotcpH, of Riches. He that ' pril nf rtehc It a fool mortgage, and other security hold-fo- r If in- - I exlicl al ove lil iicIbIi Lr owning or holding 1 per cent or .or In.iti more gold, him n.OT at ,olui ,,mUnt .,f lmn.1.. i luucli iiif.'i-i- .r if in a gold mine- !...,,.,1,1 Jeriiin r.. ,i, .l... are none, to aiuic.; mere ii i ' l1 i jn-dra- , - v None. Word From BCar Williams. It. I. Klkin. When you think you la at ile end Sworn to and subscribed before o' de mad. don't Dins' "l hekare yni (1ml iliir mi urn river ler Dnf me this Kith., day of Oct.. 1U20, W. a big rmiipllii'.eiit from I'rnvlilence ter O. itlgncy, Notary Public, tanras-ter- , Kentucky. My commission exde rrll an' clt dnr wbnlV In you. Atlanta I'misllliillon pire Feby. 1st., 1022. I crn. The Central Record. Lancastei . Ky.. Thursday Oct 28, 920 1 GOftb IS HIGH Save One Third Of The Expense Thi Winter Ry Heating Your Home With A LiVC iMoiniw STOCK Ish It Ieieutmns WINTER ATTENTION TO X PIGS vs Gfne-.HaMlin U il Mcores Air Tight Stoves (or Profitable Porker Given by Specialist. Methrd of Fell Burns The Cheaper Grade Of Coal And Makes More Heat. All .Kinds Of Heating Stoves and Ranges. The Prices Are Reasonable. Goodloe & Walker Bros. heilllrlo llf IWnilMIHIIII lHllfel the grower SperlnlWt if the I'nueil stiiie., nf ncrlr nl two ceneml ihcIIhhU fur lire t.. iIhi-i- u .r.f)f :iM limiillln nf full winter One M.leln i to Hlti thr n raphlly n pnlhte In order II lliriil mi tlir murhet hefnre the I' ' .1 fill her llf t tlC fllllllWltU 'MIHIHer Thl renlly l the "IioiIhuiv' inillnl pork. n the nulmtiW tin' of prmlui-ltiiextrn fare ntnl feeil hi riitiln ' TJii in i..hnI mpM m.it nrlt.r. imr'lrukirtjHtml Ititnlte knl n pnHeetimt tin tivns 'roiii ilit oere estlmr nf winter In l I etllll. Hue l'M,.r .if in- - imit Iihmii Hint fnelnr. l etetiti Almte nil thins fttll pl eil.'.iiu oti'iiiM neer be allowed to "teep In n r ' ''nil 'tii i Hie In- full pie rrnp tt beerii future nmnncfiHeol nf lh frii - fr lnt. i 'ini 'tiMinc, i i -1- if t .1 .1- h It l ii proMnV mire' iiml imi'iitiHiHta. r f earrylmr full l ITU niuli i tin- iM.'l .mi ii winter ! to Hwlotaio lb I oniwltx mtiwi wWeh rlrti In nro I wniJH-nrT.vh- ' Woodworking Plant For Sale This modern woodworking plant,' located in one of the best cities n the Hint Grass, is ottered for immediate sale at a low fiirnrc. It is one of the Central known enterprises and is now in acKentucky's tive and profitable operation. Larue, well equipped factory, all necessary sheds, outbuildings, etc. g Private It. It. switch. If in search of a real investment, write without delay to money-makin- Si & SI ft H tm ft mm Tin- - blea l in prime the htm' i lint lt"r mn i.ii i.nnl iiMHllllim e Iiiniiil mil hh w Ike Hetl prtm vi nli framework in n irlilili lhe mil .tore H MrilH of fat llo-i- e miliHflU etin then lie mrr'"i Ii. .'ivtl till IINtMHT nil Jinn! iwalliri nli lli iuMitlm nf n Mill. itmiN i I. linking n .il Tbee pefimHe bneie irf n ire. IliTI-li- l HlllklHC rimiHtli-n win wiln in In . Wt1 .ni'l in In i ixl I" a; ff.f Ibw fMlkntlM fall hpi fiiiii'M rniMI mi Ih Malll IHHtl WMlllhlll' TIlN Hti I'l "M I"'' f'l'W III ins Un Hf ii ,.inv- - iii it t tin" ninmN llMlIll' II. I'HI I'1 I'll II. ' 'It im irfi lit' ai' I n nr i -- at"' v' Post Office r)ox 382 LEXINGTON, KY. Amateur Gardrner Criticized. Jeil TiinWIti !"nyi in nmnteiir sa .lenrr l il'imlly imietliln like :i coif fun who l iimre ltiiertiil In telling how cochI he I Hmn in plnyltn: th 'iime. Wntilii2tnn Stnr StocklnB 0.- .. - in he Our nelchlxirV Im i m the innrrletl. Mother i Iiml moment to mt InMrnince l her veil. Jun ii in lep through the fnll nu -- r the room nhere the ren-oi-wn in t mother imllii- -l her feet. She hml lira ii on u niu uf while nut ihe stoeklne over In r Hum were still on I She m iilil.l ilrnn buck am there uim n -- riiiiili'e to pull them off ami marl in un.iln. - Mr. Ollir Crahnm nml wrrk-cm- l linhy nirnt th Caird Yotr Uift WHh LUNCAMHA. nml Mr. n ljitirnU-- r vWHInj? Mr I.UNGAItniA opitifi the mplrn Mil. irttpiiti. y iirntK. reinoVrn the thick For Expectant Mother .i.ir if puttt'ii, benl the lr-- i nml r unit ,Mr iren Tmce the uti'in. Jnwt'. Mi-- r tohl I nurpnneil in couch nni npimnoillr m Mt rtn nnt M'.pr lloiti nml I'nyntcr m-rmlnllnooi ootilt wit r Chri'titip Mnry nttd ( roii II r.iHctut I . illlT'cull Mfiii mutoi co4 Birr, t o. tuau. Mir!i kitiilreil ill. l.ri Htli in; with Uinrunter fni'iii .Siilurrtny Ii ranr ntlett t It Mr nml Mr. Wm. Wnlkrr. Mr. nml GUY irrit' uriii- - If I.UNCIARDIA Mm IIhm'oiii l'olplirry nml ilnuirhttT, tuiv mir mone) retutneil. ( urnc I'ru-- , ii.i it Ml per nml Yntrr t ill with mm Nollir motornl to llurkcyr Humlny hottle nwirnlnir nml ntti'mlnl rhttrch. utiir Ity Manofartuml I .Mr- - .1 th YantU llter f Meiuliunr Cnrrlo l.ivtion nml l.UNr.AKDIA CO., I)ll... Tnat Mili-lli nilcy, Sutunlay. I OK Wm. Sutton Iiml for their isuil KriSALi: UY McllOIIKItTS Drug Store. Kvn .Mrrrintnn Mi viitrtl u ihiy Mr iiml Mr Z T. UIm. ntut win, , MiiIt llohort l.rntlr of Itlrhmuml. homo folUs the mn wfrk.rml. H'V " Mm lluiUon nml Mr, Mr. Jiuhw Ilinatry left Satunlny MT. IIKIIKON V A rre Knviiimtich of to SiiniiTtit't rrlntlvi'. for m m T....I... nn..v ..r futrrtmnfil Thtimlny lit nit e remit t. ttt Mm. llmnlet Jrlitillik'n I 'l,M" Mr ,,f Mr u l .Ncn.ter, upoHt I'rn'ny i.t their fnrn. ick litt. . 'Win Scut' ui'rr. Mr Nathan lluirttw of NitimiaM- Mi. Joe Turner, nml little SoA of ille tpHt htt week with Mr. A. S. lloyle are vUltltii; Mr. mnt .Mr. J. I' , Dean. I'elejr. ' In m .Mr. Orimi TlMimpon, MIimivi Mollle llama, nml Lure) Iierii vnr) nth with 'llu M We lo ' he up a Ittti. Turner vMted MNhi Onrrie Ynter, j ' J Sumluy nfterriatm. Mr. lamtrHt lltinlett hiH htt nml two little Mm. Wm. (irHtU Miek with aer aiMtir, Mm. Wm. Van- tiauiHiter. were vfcrtir Frhlny of xtiiK' twtt. ,tiriu.il nt McKOIICRTS DRUG STORK Mr. Itolwrt Ynter. Mr. nml Mm. Pllhinl ltrimlleM ami ere Mr. nml Mr. Henry Tut tin It'hililrvn Mr A. J. Dean wer in CARTKRSVI1.L!.' SuiHlny vtwtora f Mr. nml Mm. A. SMnr4ay afterMoH. Nicholnavill U nt this N Motlaa and fnntily. .Mr Ju.'.i A Weil.lle will he pru)r mevtlMK at Thre Mia. C It. Ilenerjr. mmd two rliil writing thw piaie Salurda) eminltit: at evn (Iran. w ek wtk Mr. It rim I'ointer upent the week Mt wnt the inH t'clcwk romturteit It) Mr ITmm. Saper nml Mn. Wm. rtnrV r n 4 with her Kirriit nt Ittrhnwnil. Mm. I'tmrnn Nrr nmi nuiHtter. Mr. ami Mr. Prank !tltNi nf Utile On ear llrynnt lw Ihi heen Ml. Miirnorei um4 mh, Dmv af Dry l.owll. wrtr the swept rtwitly nf very ill with pnoumnnhi U tmirvlne, nntuWlte upoiit the wrek.emi with Mr. nml Ir. Wm. Itnrn. Wyle, sho Mr here. .Mr. Carrie )vi.Ht w the Ilnm-rlni- ; with fever m Imprnvimr Mr. nml Mr. W. I. (Ir ami HUent Tuivulny Hiht of Mr. nml Mm. Mine nou In Danville ilauhtiT, t.ucy mi-rCuy Dnvklran of Um-mter- . .lUe JllWM jvnnK, ,a !.,, ,uf hoppim; Hrhlny nml ete with her Mr. nml Mm. Milton Wnnl vMteil ferlnir from Mum! popon caiMotl from mother. Mm. I'titaheth lieKert. Mr. mnl Mm. Wm. Clnrk of the Levi a cut in the foot. I . . I. : I l,.. l l. t iiiKimi iiiiiiii,! nr inr im) .iiuiiuu. Niturr Cvtnt Thlngt Up. .Mr nml .urn. .ack llenter Jr. nml' Mr ami Mm. Tom Ymitr ami Ml little on, Wm. Karl were vMtem nt , If Hie pwir miin rannot ntnnyi kih meat. Ibe rich man cannot alniyt ill. AIHe Yntitt were kHiet Momlny of Mr. Holromht Sumlny. i II. Cllea. Mr. nml Mm. Wm. lottery of ljinra-te- r. Mr. nml Mm. J. T. OnvinWti tf Ihtro-- i Ulchmnml. Mr. nml Mr. J. II. Heard in Htitiurjru Mr. nml Mm. Joe Turner ami Son, . I he nrehettra ta "Here, waiter. jnott of Klrkville were KUeta of Mr. j of IMifrvtllr Sun.ly VirK. piny tae loniniMir mis wriiie i eat inn Mr, (. s K ' I til - ....1 HI.. of Mr- ntut Mr. Charlie visitor imiii iikuiit. in leak , I ni" n I...II rt.l.a.- M Hthet I'nmon ami Mim (irova, Tuttle. Mr f tu',nlrtl'-'- rha Rule to Attain Old Aq. Mr. ami .Mm Wm. . viimii w niin-.I '"in' IHr mini. 'imiiir lirni Kam. ffnmly ere .Imt.er KuMta .Sun.Uy tahmiM11, , ,1Pan ,, Mm ,.m vintrr ami when cm- of Mr. nml Mm, i.ee Mii.iieton " ' fronte.1 by a forml.lahle iJi.tacle I h. Cnrtemvllle .Sumlay ' Huckeye. Ami trlnt to knock It over; fnlllns trt K Mr of the and Mm III." " Wnnl to know uhnt our l.e,,.hhor Danville Homl were Sumint trueU think of ou Junt it .town ami falleil I hnve content to lie .town Tom Iloolin nml annlyie )our own rnniiuct f- -r the In U crntefut of .Mi''lanu-- . haite. Intnllnc It a a Oncnr l.ewn i pnt year Tlmt will tell the tury, bemtlfnl Me'ii In rllnile." Mr. ntul hnnilomi Ityntr c i r. - vlt jittftT ',ni " 1 a ' rl-ntlv- . i rct . - nr le ; nH,V,,r . .. j - ,,,,,.,, .aapplne. l..-e- x ' Je. Jn,r"T' " Word With Mjny Meaning. The ii'fi ' ii 'ire' 'II 'he Mllpp ftif tittiin. im- - I'M' imihiiiiii:'. acconlln to iletulwelelit. caruo. It n tinnni:e. net " ll(H-iii,ti- t i;ni Winter mmmm WHEN On. n Proper .aiing ot Etientlai Plenty of for Pigi In Winter I Clean, Dry Bedding. III tirliil lis loiii.ii i m. ..I tlme the lllllrili.ii Kls are Jutl) ninoni: the fiMMl r Mule r fiMl for rhllilieti Atioiit live iiiiiiii'! of milk mnke ii -011 llilillt. Welt.! lire more nonri.h t iln- u-. Frulu .l thre . GET HEADY phire e ilry etS. teel valient n- -i i . pint for the IliCi ure pllhiii niphlly lo irket r j ' i'le ' In the only Miiini' men nml unme.i other nnlninl ileiTt lniit tin. 'iii' iiiot ml '"r uuitiirlty. Jinny lierilmeu neuliit l pr.ii'le a wa'i-rfoMitllefent nnniMiit nf iilh. the his iliirltc the iner ri2 kIhHIIiI Iiiiii fri'e lliwi In pure witter Hi all time. POOR Animal and TO SAVE MONEY ON REPUTATION OF MULES I I liii luajjjMM Ha Been Croly Libe.ed No More Treachcrout Than the Home. WHAT YOU EAT AND WEAR Will find it a very simple nutter to do so. In almost every town there is always ONE STORE that stands in a class by itself because of the quality of its floods and the service it renders to its patrons. t CHEVEOLET "THE PRODUCT OF EXPERIENCE" 11 kuihI many men refue to work . ur nil"' millet nt nil heiniie nf 'he reputation the lnie I. .it I niNti-- r me neeil lam to hi The appearance of the "Four-Ninety- " Chevrolet Roadster suggests its per- formance. Its balanced construction insures economy and reliability of operation, together with riding1 comfort, and long service. i bunk nniuint mi Umi l uin for Hie fiui of lite biiine I' Ihimi isrn-- ,.te the mule Ihi ' .i!ii ami l lin!eel no more lliull the bo. ihl- - .ir tretirliernil remember 'bal lilol lil'ile When me Mihl from the enHiitry hifoii 'lie ie HIV of f'Hir We rellle Mint ibe I i we himi (Hiile Ii iliirlns Ii" ' ilnyn nml tbnt IH ,i i) iwt im inae" for ibt lime l litre worn f the m tliiiu ibe ymmr e I nr n isniit mmi kimU of vnr' fur ilperlnr to home- - nml the mille In eiiltltiilimr ""' 'bey tir- - .p. ' ml eer le.iniHI I'm.! for no Itome i qtllekly to follow il i. arrow Miren of nt yrvvn nii'l to turn ii of the ri-i-' hillle l mill few hl bre Our customers will tell you that WE ARE THAT STORE. n. inri-fiili- tb-ei- iil Naturally then this is the place to SAVE MONEY ON WHAT YOU EAT AND WEAR. j PAINT LICK GARAGE Paint Lick, Kentucky. BEET PULP GOOD FOR LAMBS Value Demonitrated In Recent ment conauciea oj ncm Agricultural College. Eperi 1.. Iiui. tutu ilelinilltrill il enerlllietlt follilllCte'l bv I,.. V.'lmi.kii Asririlltlirnl iillece Ttil Ci"1 ..,..ili iin. mn. I, ft rntloii liiotiitltntr alfiilfn. ilrlisl pn'p iiiltmiMiil enUe nml nllnae Thlt m linn proxeil uperlor to Htuiuliinl m lloii fcinii u nlfnlfn nml eoru or nl I. r.-i- i... vnlm. nf ilrliil hint imlp fori t TIE pri'Uilllns price for fiil 'be i.- - f.- -l . fur lll ihiv no the n 'id iiiiii" ilrbil imlp. oottonei enke niel inrri At p-- r ..ir,. riiiiuieeil enke nml nun Big Store Scott & Son, Props. Chevrolet "Four-NInO- " ltoudter, $?.5. f. o. b. Flint. Mich. lliiue riilbm imiile ii profit of KX.sit lamb n rmnpnrril wllh u prollt of K.W per Intuit on tlio.e rit nirnirn About the .W...I nml eoitnnaeeil enke. iiii. urn lit ur muile on uiiotber Inl ) iIm nU feil alfalfa ilrleil pulp for A. T. torn fot ly- - The Central Rocord, Lancastei , Ky.. Thursday Oct 28, 920 I Kill That Cold With CASCARA Cold), Coujnt Cracks at Creation. A Model Husband y ' IIUF.NA VISTA (Delnyrnl) Mr. Jnmen Dunn hi on thhi wtMk, thote wIhi itive in to them. ; II ltevrra lire depreilni: nfler a ptaant vhU with her trtnr, Mr. Nimnie JennlnnA. Mofur. I.. II. Ituhle. Klctohor Soatt lift Will Drown, KuRene Huhle and Jno !on attcmleil the l)emerntlp meet in .Vicho-bMt- Inc at l.anea4er Saturday. , h?k II only te i th nsi.vn Hamilton 1 nce. teg " C QUININE AM) It. I. haml.' -and II- I- ntfn imthlHit MfHl NxifaC l ' ' hhI piriltler d"1 de tared Helen Mr r one .le-i.- 'l tM'" I. a oMs tire ,.i Grippe nM Mirtir. -. tllf Nakr TWMnh4f.n. Qiitmn (tnptx 6inHcrous d himly for tlir i hV "rii ( i llMfUh ' 11'e.V- - t',- - ltHi , in t 4 1 t.aitlv in ihM '.fin No Opoji- - it tin. i lJ Caf l Tiinlf ALL DRUGGISTS SELL IT f T McROBERTS DRUG STORE has all the new COLUMBIA RoECORDS Come in and hear them. Sonic women aim n remit for mm Tlii'v there-finemptj dMhielHill llwl ltrlliB Holhlltr I" M) theory ha t.ill ii IHiliir a fllMo. m Wltnll 'llf lmtnd etiwlt l net with derMou wWmtrl tlw IihIiihI cnettii: It." )omiib Mr. Cor Ilmi u her llalllM. hrlde of a year, who-- e mlml (iH'tl"n and upon n ent Into dolaM: mlikv Mr IHI I" all Hi) "In the nini" wh I l' right., ntnl ipiletly enforce tltm. I tiaie I r tiled my ImiIihI In n'rfet Wo lH44wlld Wllll" l nlt im nlfi Mil llii iikihmj ln itwt not that t!nv an tliMSJ. Inn thoj tit tin- r Kin iiwomhi fur hHi'!iHl tboy thliMc Ihi- lff lmlil MHtl hMiC all II"' ' lmrf M ulC r lnf lift- mi the mm t Ummi It . iirll Whttt I m lml n.hi tpuvtiitt I lmii iwt lil ir- Mil Uhm il jihi mimn In tMli4s rwr Jlr. INtwr Inirtriffl i'Tm wife. lioaV NnilNI OIIIIIHOll ele irf tin" lay fr J- -i -- rll. the m'mt hHmmi I ii. I.... .. hhi 1M117. llf urrif It in tii. rwttM Mf tin timr hot kt.iiti tm' tmtrh ht Naa. V011 kn.n k :nii"Hli" nnrl all the mH fi4k iimhtnc htnwa In lli" limn lull. "Mi. Mr. and Mr. It. Ii McMutury itavo n party m honor of the Hlh ScIhioI .Saturday wan enlnit. The lioufe "In the dead jmt pw ileenrnli-licflKtlfulK in Autumn defld?" Inquire an oxelmntw. llnwer and DetMau rofnxilimrnks lun't know. Ottrt hiu alwujra were erved. Several frfemdn leaifile painfully alive. r th llnsh Schawl were Invwad. ratter Saturday aftomaan. ('arietta KuWIe pent Sunday (mo rajayrd h nr her (( that Mti If ywi HniI a hutton off ywir evcnlmr. he itnllant itml lell ymir wlf wticn with MU HMioMh Klnc 'ihe U I hi jr. It will alTord her an Mrt. I Inward Lane rpent the day with Hr attlHr TtiM)iay. iexrtie for forKottlnii Mown. Hny and 5Ha WlUon upent j "l.uchy m the vmimm wto can tell thif week In Owen Casnty. on-- I a He whn aho htum It," my an Mr. ami Mr. Kiitene Kuhle wire hance. Hut rne den't wait t hear In MMiehHWllv WtMlne4y. It, and Neither do mme men. Hr. and Mrt. Jno Vknderpol were r ofleH not reH4wl ahafpaw In DanvilW Monday, I'htln tlMtt Bnp.ht eyes, n clear oWn nrl W; 4i h ply brtiH U7 are trfnln. A Mr. . i . Wii.cn and on wrr in full of youth nnd health may injtrttat in N'ichailll t . iiUy a (hopper. yours if yru will fceep yaur system little f Um In order by regularly taking U tHM wwiM nuf their (wrfari-anr- e Wm Mm til Uroarfdtta pant ihv wrek with ahierity. end with ham falto at Xieholaville. " ' Mr. and Mr. Ot!i Carwr apent A CnkwK tuacher recently in;, and Sunday with relatWea tmrr Hp hM Jab and opiHed un a hiuty alMfi. Ho remarked. In mh hart. tha man ' Mr. and Mr. Jm Carter fipent San-jiUwt m thu I who dtsM kmwlilt ho iwtMaK with Mr. and Mr, llanry Will- - Th Mur.datd frtr.ljr for lAlnej, ' him Imt the Nar Hon, wWhs Hvrt, Hadilr and n'lc ocid ttouM, tha 'wealth and fame await the fHw naiiM rl Ills and k. In u: Mr Jar RanttttM vm in Cinein-ina1fo. All druggist:, three tilt. hiitiif artdle .il lieHUtv unto 'in tin week with a ear tot.l of ImV lor IS n.m Co Mdil on .ir to "V '! pa Inil.tien rtl "I". 0. II." mw Ima a new tlKnlfk-- j It In tnekutl Mt InvitntMiM in hlirh Koelely imhI wenim "fetfri your own lnaMe." ral h'-e- Mr. Orion MtMury wa WednoM4na. Mr. ami Mra. T. I). Part twre In trrk week. Mr. I'taul W!tn wn In l.nncaiiter We Thar4y n htndne. Mr Ttmmiwn Jranlnr wm In I.an lm.tt d K-- eat Women Made Young COLD MEDAL I whl 8alr ;tnne, iy y bfre ir ! ii ftock. ..bl 1.1 J $ S " ." IHKtll)l I'tHH. l "Ii ! I hi- - Wio wlillr n (r. pint mnl ( iH.r Moiimi hmw In wrapi' m l niplfr. to Imi etl). ami TfcJ ! iiiitRl fHrtltMi r CCZEIU HONEY BACK without tluntvl fails mfhvtf iclrfir- uiiri' n' f - hit of Aniiry fur h nM r h I bCMMM tn lmtl i" 11m iht iImii llntMrl mili in.'.h frmii ilw finh imwwtl.v i b 11 irt WHI mu 'hff t ra r Hunt 4trdi ot tu b ( ae S1ttfr on nur $ lilt It U not so much how "OTHERS" make their (' II iiikI I flMtHfl Mt lt' rlttiT .ll- imi: that he hmt Imim h trlntM-- r t - ii' 1 I hut tamMlHE" lriilrt"l filur iJt imn9 Ynu fa r nI fimtk STORMPS OHUG STOKC Mr Nannie J Hah, .Mto SuMt and Mr. Thoman Jonrdnm ient Monday at llcrcn. Mesm. Chnnnult Ruble nml Taul WiUon were in Nicholaiville Satur-la- y afternoon. M.-- Julia and N'ora Lower' of in. .'ii. are nit mi; Mrs. I.cilic Hi r. . ueek rt r Urni i - , Not Nitille.l with KriiblHnc air nearly all of the preaidantial nomi-ncoOhio now honst a child tbnt wn horn with an extra flnKcr on each hand nml an extra toe on each foot, all perfectly formed. And pcrhup ionic day it, too, will hp u priMidenti-a- l nominee of the feminine .i "'I In rm-- ilim't mil It lllrlkt lrtlll'. Wlllt. HII I TIh HIM' iftm l" tif imi M.iiitt hmIi-i- . 0 it how does it meet the approval of the mot critical comutner. it hill. hnir In lit I uimI in "IVar! itmrl lltm jim are." merely IhiicIu'I M "VmhII learn In tinif Ml Iiuhm-imi- if Tlwrr mat. ImlCHttil M I I..Ih t' ermt rnll ii hitni iwvi'lf Ii III wltmhiBv" inn 11 iwiro." 1 WHITE SWAN, I C J if meeting the tct and defic a superior. We nre in the market At nil time for wheat, rye, oats, corn, and barley. We will cll you oun or buy 5 fe your. Flour, meal, mill feed and hay for sale or trnde. Lancaster Flour Mills, liu'orporntcd fa i&z&xxy ' fa And till, ji "no vote, no cat" law The fellow who thtnki the world him a living U generally too laxyi might help omc. ri ' ' I Many n mnn ran ee n wart on n n tittle joy left to man-- 1 neck In the pew ahead of him when There V.n.l. The oyitcr "tcw" Ii not yet ho can t ec the collection plate in it paues In front of him. m the prohibited list. 'fct 1 ilhl imt fancy thi preilletlon, tiiir till I iii Ilk. the MurKc.tlun of In Inntances after InIikhmI jitiiiiccr thai than Jlr HMm iIImh-- h lhi oaine tijultiH-a. IiIikmIciIIj-- ni If It wen an nifiiiot ml..: ni rlghl turn lirliiiiict to UHtW-ni- l olio could. out f a S'iih Cura bail no knowletlee what ilwl Iht liMliiind. Walter, en mew I 111 aiDtlilnc inori tlacralit than u a Kami if eanli lit the clnli to 'H lliii.ml Iniur. Imt crailiially her i iltilut ;i to In iniitter of a forced i.niritiiitlcm of tlio ti it si hi ikI'm ! wr mute. Ono fxenlii. nli I a ho nlu r hroHslit Iiiiiho with lilm to illn mr a MfiliH- - tn the cluh, n man of hi' tn4liM"fji proHtlce and ltiixir 'iiii-The') reinmiil Ihelr oiTci'i al the hall rack. A ilraant liuiir l li Mini after the meal. niii.-'IiIi.iieIllii hall, font hIimtwmI Hiii rr sIiim l)lns 011 tho Hoor homuM. IliO OIITCI'Hl. Sin ro'tureil tlirm to n pocket. Im' a lit' ttlil no her hand came In eon roll of lillln. I'ur mir u iiti ulth un'k hi had heeu coiilrhlnz how lu pare n little money for a new hat Temptation iikmiIIiiI her. Iiuhtle Walter carried In that mmimi niuiiner the money represented hy oird oani Iniri at the cluh. She Muttered anil .ni -- to l 1 AUCTION -- iil OF hit . m-i- V i lit Land Stock ami Farm laioleinfiiis li-- i Friday, October 29 AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M. On the iifomiHus of .Mr. Marion Wei's, in Garrard County, Kentucky about front tho town of Cartorsville, Kv one mile from Woorisview School or In 110 iuid about 8 milos from Paint Lick, nml about 7 miles from Keren, Ky. I v il! oiler for sale to the highest and best hitldor pmU 11 ' USED CAR SALE fT K-4- fl Sfl6RIFI6E 1 "I'll take It," idie determined, thoiich n .iiiin.lty. Then If Walter make 'omuieiit I will make a playful Ui of It." ura poekcldl ihe money, wretl) ciilllly. The time came for the i;ii- -i fo 'ec'irt. A Waller helKi lilm on wllh lilt otoreoat their Ultor croixnl In ri iMicket. lie drew forth a pair elm "Not mine." he ald. Iiihvih c Mk lit 165 l Acres of Garrard County Land m "Why. 110. they nre mine." poke Waller. "Iluw did they eer come ti "And. hello P commented the cile.t flintier. "I liml n little roll of moiiei Hone! Any dllioiiet mint nroiiml She error. Mti. .eurcli over the ritu and aroe ullh 'he mli.ii money If he Imi of hei ireiiihllns llnseri olieyT" file nUeil "l ihK th IIKllllull) H 'III I'lllllll, Why. )e." a Ihe reply after dnutile loer cimty Itnlllnr We need the room for new cars and the used cars must go. ALL CARS IN A NO. SHAPE. One 5 wiro wheel 1920 liuick Tour- $1500.00 inff . M50.00 1920 Roadster One 1 1920 Ford Truck, Worm Drive .500.00 One 191S Ford Touring One 1917 Lexington Touring,. . .350.00 750.00 One 1918 Dodge Touring, One Buick Chain Drive Truck,. 100.00 1915 Buick "4" 500.00 One 5 C-2- t'orn' eheeka lu.uM.fvil her iniole ;i mow ! ncro Imrnlnc shi"! departeil. Walter eHii t.iirk inio the Imll found Cora i., elliiM The iiih k in Vli). Tnrft. ilear, whatever liar. hler l 'rimlil. Ih-fnie hhtilen uwi hN hiiilitir nr fullereil forth her utory. Wpiier li.iliiu liiushed no he cheered and ieii r it-- he IIMtHlrcd Millcltouly. "Oil Waller 1" lio nhlasl. ellii.- - i..-''t Iiihi filjslilooed and conirtle nie hifii u willful, rtlekeil enHituri-- ' r ihe liood pi'odtieiim soil, and Hoa noarly level, excellent corn, whoat, tobacco and meadow laud. dwelling, and one 2 Improved with one house of 7 rooms, one four-rooroom dwelling, one 10 acre tobacco barn and a k'ood one, two good combined stork ami tobacco barns. 100 acres of this farm in khisu ready to punch, to see the red clover ami crops on this farm will make you want it. Will subdivide this farm into about ! fi'inis rnuirins; from 25 acres to 50 acres and make dandy i:ood small farms, n fact part of this farm was originally of seperate farms and is properlv :trranscd to eo!tin.-e- d PERSONAL PROPERTY : At same time and place will sell for Mr. Wells 0 milk cows, !) head your.tf cattle, 111 good ewes and buck, one pair G year old mules, one pair mares :i ..ml ! years old, one pair mules 2 ami 3 yean? old, one saddle mare, set work harness, binder, mower, rake, nearly new wheat drill, kochI disk harrow, 2 ttirnititf plows, wagon, binary, black smith out-ficorn drill, 15 toi'S hay. 85 bales oats, 180 bales straw, about 100 barrels corn, cane fodder ho'ise-liol- d and kitchen furniture anil many thiiurs such as is commonly used by a vood farmer but too numerous to mention. Remember the day the place- - -- come out and buy this farm and the stork jut ready to farm. t Liberal terms and announced at sale. sub-divide. t, lii'i Danville Buick Incorporated Co 9 West Walnut St, DANVILLE KY. think van aro rltlit In wauiti:. .n iHi'iiy." he ald Keneroufly Ini' I nevr rtk an money al Ihe eluh 'I..11I rely iihiii my calna. an they call 1. INrhow your advlcri a to how hiihand, Juit keep en U 10 iriiin me jiHir loe and your ronMenee , ii I will ntii)k meet )ou half way " oh. I am cured of my folly aftri my from hccoMliii: an actum Uili'f'." UmUti-- Cora thaiikfull). 11 'I t: R. Gr. PAINT LICK, KENTUCKY. W cod PM-ap- 1 i he Central Record. Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, Oct 28, 1920 i I Seven Insertions for writer in the Lexington Lea. .or IViciiic .MiirSuiiir, ami the ai Cork, .tied at Brixton priou in the rankest, bkckejt. mennest RepubRepublican m Luutovlllc . . ..i.i.i... . . the state or ivciuuck.v. wno o.unoi tom,p t .omy morning, nftcr lican paper In Kentucky, voters some pertinent l.y the wk'gle and wobble of Senator n in. lm.r. m)fl. ()f cvf nty.,hrei. . ,,. Negro which every colored citizen Hons Homing on sucn n v,.a. ...or... .,..-.- JZ aln , m, nnnn of rhould weieh carefully In hi own ticn ai the Uagur of Nations, has ns- wor, The r...r...,..U:wkl.,. ir. sume.i tne proportion n a MncSwiney, who ha.l been uncon- - mind before casting his ballot. asked by Each .lay ilownn of. ln.lcpcn.ictu J(lous fof cvcrn aj(, not n. questions were evidently ,,....,.,., ny,f thinking, forward looking citizen an- h, i.f.,r.. h .li.-.- l a colored writer who signs his name As to whether the colored that they cannot support nouncc Katht.r i)0,nlnlc, hi private- chaplain. "voter." Republican ticket any longer. ,, hl, i,roth,.r ,j0,m ,Mar.Swjney, property holders fare better under a , democratic or republican mlministrn- l lie majority 01 mem are swnye.. wcre ....... , , en.lms tin- - npMHe. sharp upward turn during the last I wncn He who borrowed a hog crate from Will, lalx.r the llfpnMlrau nr. l in this nctioii by the belief that the Father i)ominc wn, at the prison all tion in Kentucky will be answered week, over one million pounds being the Garrard and Lincoln Produce Co. only hope of the League of Nations dj( nol leave until several this week when they go to pay their lempllns to iiiHlermlne Semitur Hwk sold there last week at an nverajrc of nnJ the nrc ,n w , tliut he U is tntougn tne uemocraiic party. (J7 in.lw,,,1l,,7 rr,ur" "me n h MacSwIney l.rcnthcil his school taxes. I'ndt-- the Stanley Ad- lft .. a ( I. t. it. ministration they paid fifteen cents . ' ltT ,,f Mere are n lew prominent ucpuonj previous week, that l,0''l " Hun Se..al..r'lt. .Ubai.. Iia. for jcr- uran wno nave recently announce.. Jom MncSwiney nm, lf chaplalli, school taxes on each hundred dollars; LOST on the Public Square dur- u trailer of Hit- - moral force in averaged only $151. HI. P. .Morrow Administra mn .or vox w.e.r intention o. ,n under Edwin wh(J At Greenville, N C. the top price, Ing the past week, one Dodge switch bcft Mine cents Theodore II. Wakey, Ileattyyille. tht. prJllon wm. toJ by ,he JrUon ()f tion they must pay seventy-fivA tirinit-him mill lli.litnl P was reached lint week of IHI.OO while 'key. Finder please return to this un- former nssistnnt nttorney-Genero- l ,MaU nl 4..lf 0,cock ,hal ,hoy on each hundred dollars. The fol- Iim then- - l but .ie luilce wl.l.H. many piles were sold for $M 00 and office and be rewarded. .lira Itepublicnn Governor. Augustus fhou(, ,h itn..ott lClMlh. M lowing is the list of questions which i.il.or i an Minefiilly make. Si'iint.ir IfiO.OO n hundred Wilson, and brother of Clayton 11. the) thought death wns approaching. appeared in the Lexington Lender: ItiikliaiM ia ii luloir record tluK no FOR SALE: Old fashioned drop her imtdlr nltirsr ill Kelltllt'l) cull Wakey, former Keptibiran City At The. hrother asked for the privilege leaf dining table at my home on When will the colored race begin i...iiaie w Nellie Clatk. Richmond Street. Rev. Geo. H. torney of Louisville. r0mmllnIpn,tni. .,i,h nil,.., r..l... to think for itself? Given, who is visiting Kli,bethtown. When it was freede.l from slavery Ltd in Labor LeglslJtlon. , ,(U. th(. It pd. vw wh(J wm, no. By and former y a citixen of Louisville. oftlnalll lt j, Diirlnc lil H.liiiliillritloii u liotrr rt.fll,e,, hm ,h(. it immediately became the "political KOIi SALE:-Jrr- sey milk cow; r In- - litltlaletl hh.I le the presence of P.'.OOO people slave of the Republican party. f " K'a0'1 ,"H"' i.li n.r all of Hh- - liiKtiii'liil Intmr ti ..i..iil at Ci.mhri.lKe. Ma... Centre College f,r"h ..epuui.can ...lern.an o ..0u.,...r. Afu.r tht. j,,,,,..., (K.alh hu "The Ropuhican Slave Driver" n the stale. Thl IbihI.nI IB!"'al TUanUs. fv.-- l '.all tiorn went oown in defeat! . vt.t ihelr "order." to the colored ,, the ch e... I. .asnourne. me ioiib uepui.- - brothtr wm. I liran of Louisville. Harry II. Driver., wm,ll,j to UllVt. thc rixton prj,0 voten and they, like n Dock of sheep II The II'lillil tin- - l.r l.au at Ikui lime at the rmmls of Hnrvar.i' iMiwerfuli irnii SAI.K.Tirn ImUi.l. IiiihIi-imIIiim. fi.r Utmi Si.turOay. by a score of perf condition. Itepublicnn orpanization worker. untj, .,s 0.c,oc,. Joh MarSw,nry fall in line, nn.l march into the fold. rriMi'i.li i.f tUr .Mtlre of l.alu.r In ele.en I i 91 tj to ask themselves Vj, i.,iar es ... .ncnau. winner o. ton- Mrs. ReMa Arnold Francw. j.lU.Iy conVoyed word to tin- - never stoppirijr .1 T whether they will be benefitted hy r an.. v.()o. f ,hl. UfA x.mt attn.eio.1 attention all Krrs.,ona. c. auon ... mi The lnpem of fnrrle awl all 3t. (I uho ever the eountr) and the Danvllk Independent Hepubhcan. .Mis, kathe- . .''nlitUhntettls Htlollig tabor ) )th this act of obedience. y(I1K We. Kml hwr WANTED- :- To buy several tons boys were cheered heartily through-wi- t Mifvi) mhI miliary fnudHh. r.ne h. Gadfelter, who.e father is Mr. ant M Ask yourselves whether you re.o'llrien. the former Ijiw of baled straw. '.. T. Rice and Co. I'lw Mlae ferHnr.l. business manaKer of the Republican the entire time of the game. Ult. ,,oniion llxecuUv,. of thl. ceived higher wages eight years ago The ov.ti.n. given the Kentucky or plwtie II. D. Pelphrey .147-Louisville Herald. Misses Catherine when the Repubicans were in power nt ihe orl of ih miner.. .Stf.Determinatioi. .League, The rreultiiH of .nllmettt f..r the b) liv the Easleiiers wan one of the Ly.lia Hurne, daughters of the and or "now" under a Democratic rule. .... li.,i Bnlli.nl Cre,r. V k vour-clve- s distinct features ef the game and the I'resl.lent of the Louisville Hoard of If the colored rice FOR RENT: -- For year IPSI toy llii'hlin: f ili.- now Sistn I'aplioi Terence MacSwine was 40 yiam isn't mure prosperous "today" than HeiHthl work of the Kentucky team Trade, and Treasurer of I'easle .1. miiIkh Ulwrt' ml. acre fans, at Marrellus. Appl t u,,, nn'1 w" one of tn" mol I'romi-lif- e (Jaulbcrt Company, who has been a bate out the great reputation which it was wight years ago. An art rMM t.lir In K. C .McWhorter -. it Ims made during the past few years. Ask yourselves if your lone Republican. Rev. M. I'. Hunt nM i5m" VeiMn. lie started life schools PUS 11 Main Street, Mr. ICtm-- i. pastor of the llroadway Methodist n " drnper assistant, but became a have improved. nf uHiri', tiller bwrlnt Lexlngtati. K (tf.l Iiu imi Iihc tei i.nl. Iil in it) Church, who has nlwa aided the l,oet. author, and a playwright be- HARMONY. Ak yourselves if your children ..! HfeV wort, inilimle. Hirl ih.il Republlcnns In their FOR SALE Ten horse "l politics seriously. are better fed campaign in taT owet !m hi. hmihI Hie ri.Ui- - of the he came violently pinjr are Mr. Ollie Vdiihook was visiting Mr. Gasoline engine and ensllaire cutter, Ask yourselves if there are more, .Louisrille, Mrs. (Jeo. Evans Davis. r.lHHlMr Hsll. and Mrs. John Elum, Sunday. nf (.in. Win lti.nrv complete with belts, piping etc. and better jobs for the working imin Crnit Means Corporstlon. "hile in Wakefield jail. orkshiro," and woman. Harrison, famous as "Tinnccanoe." Jesse W. Sanders. Mr. Nancy Brock from Pittsburg h and President of the United States;. m "'' Muriel Murphey, Ask yourselves these questions and The oaino l'.rni I. -- nnHKHiii- with Is vMting her ibvughter. Mrs. John-sen- . ;.y-tf- . and nelce of Hcnjamen Harrison. Re-- 1 dnugntur of a wealthy Cork distiller,' many others then decide whether you Ik- I hI.iii l.lslil and I'oiver I'oliipJli) FOR SALE PRIVATELY: Th. ml ilie South i'ovIicIoh Itallwat t'un sncrwj uner .wish to lienetit yourselves by break liuoiicati rresiucnt from (Tell and Ester Vmihuok were the pHlille utility rorMira former residence of Governor Brau mti, I'ror. I William Davenport, Registarl u,l ",re "rriei, uespitc much op-o- f ing away from the Republican party Hoh. ami other guests of Elisabeth and Kiln Elan ley. In rotmsloii slid (1iiHiih.uI opposite tincaster High School the Univerity of Louisville, life lition. pen by voting the Democratic ticket, Thrum:!, lit Ions niiiiiHiluti wild I lien. Sunday building, avenue, MacSwiney was elected as a Sinn "or," "go back" to the rule ef eight long Republican, Mrs. Alonzo Red- -' l Ih.hh.I to In- - tiiiiu.nil.ii. ' Mr llrti.t ' Mr. arwl Mrs. George Hasklns were J. R. Mount, mond, Mnrine Hospital, a Republican, Vvin """"U-- from Cork to the Ilrlt-M- years ago. i he a In Hie rlslit of (.nest Sunday of Mr. and Mr. Jns. J. D. Stewart, daughter of the ,!"n rarliament in 111 IS but never took concern he h Are you willing to be sheepT Or t i.Mi)lt of STRAVEDi To my houic about Ha.kins. near Crnb Orchard. c"t- - li" wu Present at the first are you going to think independent- - sl late Chas. T. Ballard, a life long Re- f.iurht I hi- - publlr lutrr.. Quite a numl.r of young folks the 1st. of the month a black and Will II ll.i). K.pul.ll.u. oi me insn rarimment in ly putnean, Mrs . Charles H. Semple.i white sHttcd Bird dog. Has on ta. laltii.il llml from this community attended the Natlonul l'oiiiiiilltemaii, rrwideiit of the Louisville Woman's lvu ' whvn ,,u' establishment of the Vote for the good of your country Itepiilillt-an- s i w.ml.l gather the preaching at (loud Hope Sunday eve- Owner can have same by proving the uiuu anil independent. Mrs. R. V. epoc was connrme.i, ami wasjami yourself. Danville Advwate. property and paying for keeping of alor.hip from lh.. .late. The (i. ii. P. ning. ' " luyor of Cork in 11)20. Hallecl:, president of the Consumer dog and this ad. In. dolus: a J. T. West. anvlet) for Mr ("has, Haskins and wife. Misses ior various political offenses he TOBACCO Uague of Ketuncky and Independent.. 'I hey know that Mr. Krnt til bar Mary Leonard and Hazel Haskins of STRAIGHT SALARY: $35.00 per Intervals litv. R. - McCready, Dean of Christ "ad b"n in in,l wi,n toiinl.iiily Into lh.' aiirn of Ihlii Church Cathedral, and Independent, f liberty, since January, 101(1. and To Open In Lexington f.ivornl by Pennne. Ionise, llramlei'. Lebanon, Intl.. are visiting relatives week and expenses to man or woman 19 7. secured his release1 wit, rig to Introduce Eureka Era Henry B. Stone former Republican i in ami the real rein'tl.M.ary leader of the in thf. county. It I. lo Republican Senati- - rllquo. city attorney of LoiIsville. Rev. 'ro"' J"" by hunger itrlklng. Mr. and Mrs. (ireen Cress and fam- Producer. Eureka Mfr, Co., East December 1st. (iltich the .iililnl of the mas.e. ily of Rockcastle County are visiting Street, Louis, 111. Dr. Charles Ku-lCnlL n L'.' ' iLewift Ilirmu-l- i hlc tl.at make, the relatives I It. pd. Church r.th.lml erilus Christ Wrtn'f in this community Mr. C. The Lexington looselcaf tobacco ll.qiuhllcaix iiiiln.i lo get men of , F. Vanhook and family. Alec a. .... ... Hn..i. ( vr. til I .u-- :vituitiiiaii FOUND: Be,twrm Currey's store 'market, the largest In the world, wilf Erti-- l Ijpe Into the Cnlteil Sinle Run of a Republican Hoard of Public Tlie people of this community arc and National Bank a pair of gold onpn Wvilnpsilav. IWrmlixr l.l . mr. IVOrU. It A llrrmiv .lr or..l.... of Calvin Machine. mourning over the loss of Its oldest rimmed glasses. Owner may have " Mtorney Uw,t Walker of Gar- - the Lexington Herald. of Dalian! and Ballard, a Republican., citUen, "Grand ma" Tankersley, who same by proving property and paying ii Mr. Hrnl' chief r. ocen iteci.ie.t l.y repre-Kwa- d '" t,,i4 Wf-'at- Baylor Hickman, president of the ranl Count'' w" thl. .tate ' Morrl. lljlvlu Mmrl. passed into the Great Beyond last for this notice. Gayle Doty tending court. Judge Walker has sentntives of the various tobacco (ialviu cait,ire.l the control of :e i Iron Cn.....n.,v. ..it week, age ninety-threyears. ennt- - .ti llw In oriler io Kenneth McGuire Ptvsi.lent nf hi,,l'en mentioned as a possible candid-- , warehouse companies of the city, and Kentuck) FOR RENT Garage adjoining the Now that the hard work Is over the toT atv Repubiean nomi- - preparations nre being made the for K.'i a Jul. for l.t friend und tirotee. Harlan Conl rnmimnv ir......i.tr Possession givhandling a record crop there this Junif. A. S.titl lie tint Mr. Scott on young people of this community are hotel for year lit-- 1. ..." nation for circuit judge in the Lin- W. A. Mrl..nn ( i,..i.t . IV..II.W.I looking forward to a season of "Good en January 1st. For further inforuit tut-- eol"'I,)l'-f;arrard-MerI lie Tux ('iiiiiml..lli. Il I. of trelneu c district 'non. Company, a Republican r.i begin with Mrs. Callebs mation call on A" obJl'clio" ,0 ,hl" "pening of the d.m ii.hatiiiiL'e I., .in attorney to lute ' limes. Frank Cassell. Sales Director of nt"Xt ear but he "ai(, t,int hl ,,n Mrs, Bella Arnold Franc v. a friend on I tint oiiiiiiI-Ioi- i. Mr Hal was subjected to a surprise party the race, local market before the first of the ln ha-- , on.- - of the Belknap Hardware Mfg. Company ro ,nU',lt,on tf mnkinjr rlche.t practice Sunday night. Soon there was a call Newton G Crawford treasurer and f m:Lt" V,'Mvr encd as circuit judge year was made by the R. J. Reynolds before the Tav C.uginls.li.ii, and hi- candy and Mr. Callebs. who meets y a,Polnl,ent r year and pleas- - Tobacco Company, one of the large lite cl.t.e frlviHl of .Mr. Louisville manager of the New FOR SALE: My new Bungalow I!rul one of her young folks half-waordered nix Storage Company, Independent" ",1 eVt'ry",; wilh his fairness and ef- - concerns, which buy tobacco there. the r .lie-- i men lii thl suie. on Danville Street. Everything lire ' i i:,i.ii. k ..u.. 1...- .- ..t .I... .... 41 , started and even i though it was, modern and RMimond Register, owning to the fact that several South- Mrs. Charles T. Ray, daughter of fich nc !'on''u.i engngru " .u.i.) '"" rn market, vvill not close until after llll.ul !... hlMewld.li iMCoVlllgton ali.l former Republican Mayor of Louis-i- , once. For price and liber., itI at T O .Hill, Ijincniter. Ky. trims, law of thix evperimenting in canity making, December I. The early opening will NewiH.rt delll villi--. James F. Grlnstead. .. . see . .. . .. I I I Church Notes I... I. Mrs Bail- nnvenlencc them as well as other slule. even iifu-- r prohibition liesunie . nighl" was nour wnen .no lan goo.i ey Grinstead. duughterin.Iaw of form-- ; Smilsy Hill, Frankfort. K said and quite reigned Mr Erii.t iin ,,pur,"m ha returned buyers, local wareheusetnen say. but a national imihiII...m tr Republican Mayor of I ouUville , Pv cli- -j ugenn ,n the Collette Home-stead- . wlem iMalluu lt tl.l. Convention the season must begin Dec. 1st.. If tint ecaie James F Grinstead. I. W Bernheim' ... pai.iie , ,",,t'rnat't"la' en-" ,m ":CP'" ol 1 ""si wnicn was me crop nitseU this year is to be .lis moot i.tmiuin isso.eriiii.ei.i o hi. o, Tim Idrthday party for October, FOR SALE: My reldenc on life long Renublican nn.l luv. oi.c uii.na:iii lire given lit the sciiool house last Tues- - Crnb Orchard Street with two acre heavy contributor to the Republic.,,, ' posed of hy April 1st. the Uio. iiiiM.rlati. lieuletiuiit. of Hie I VT. . , ,r,,, " , " k.) was to quote the children "Good." of ground. House has eight rooms. caue. Crclo T. Harris novelist a." former w el iu htiiorj In ihU stale. Convention. Between six and seven Buy Mr. Unit Iia- - no publle Stock. of T e dinner was presided over by Mrs. '.' halts, both room, hot and cold brother.ln-la..f s ti... ("nlleb. the teacher, who sat at thc water, electric lights and all modern " nepubllcai, Lieut; Mr. J. W. Sweeney, who is never atiy kind at nil. Inn ho pretend to be a 11 The While conveniences, including al! out build .Senator head of the table as hostess. ... real friend of edH.alloti. . Christ an ratirfied with anything Kentucky. ,. but the best, uunies i. ivirwiu. iironii. , ih. . nix lime to preleii.l jii hor left were thc ones for whom ings. Now occupied by A. W. vmnt Louisville busiiu. hum v. ho has attended the Kentucky Sales Co., HU record for Itself. Jll.t a mnrknl.le progress in all phases of the dinnei was given. Misses Lucy I'oMiMsicn Jan. lit., 1021. nwnya vote.1 Republican. sales of registered Shorthorn cattle fi.w e.tileHt.oli..l aili follow Burton niismnar and benevolent work VanhtHtk. Jewell Stigall, Ella Hlam. Phone 3CJ at at Winchester last Wednesday Henry A. Moore Vance, Roosevelt follower and enndi-.al- e and Kliiaboth Elnm. Altn Collette, Oclv Bcckhiin's educational Record, for the United States Senator on home. und abroad. In addition to the ....liti..l ,l.l.v ..r .1... IUIIIIUII...1IIVI II. !..... V. tllV MM.. Lynn Hnsktus, Retha ,c,.l report, many m.ss.onarle. Imis. froHi Dtr In . I Haskllis ItHfKtst . Voitressive ticket in HU I. Thomas tat p whr, x I ant and hIIUhui lnMni INr aialr tminlli LOST! Green woolen dress coat. Stigall, Messrs. at home on furlough were present Johannon, President ..f the Bohan-o- n C0Wf nm, mlr, ttHMSiia fic bu of ,,, hUHtlird lhMMnJ twi tlM. iu lalit IIHtml Zarharv llellun ut.d Virgil Todd, on watch, chain and knife from automo4ylU ilu Realty Company, who voted the her left were seated the visitors, Mrs. bile. Watch has initial "L N.f on Africa, in .Mexico and South Amen- Initial.! mskI ntlillli. thv straight Itepublicnn ticket n : 0 1 c. Ulr.,e if Ik I mm MlUIr Nut MM I Matt Collette Mrs. W. M. Bryant. the back. 7 jewel, 2 year guaranteed and other places where the Dis- , i. w Mr Sw Kelwut. ufHr al ItlrlisaMiHl atnl ww at Mr. Jasper Hughlrtte and little case. Elgin movement; chain with) bar Mn ' loll,, "ii." con.ider some phases on" ot henl. it. IIohIhsS tirevn daughter, Junnit.i, Mrs. Jack Hugh-litl- e and penant on It, also a small knife ul trr4 Ism Uomi. ul Hi , w,,e , , !Ms!le4 ., fc nml Lost between 11 and and little son Sammle, Mrs. on the chain. .iuuW Um wsullial af the .ar'S work and some of the tff.( wiiUuimi fiwnl fnolce mimaU. huslll IrKMUtUI James Brewer Mrs. Geo. Haskins, IU mile post South of Stanford on happenings of the Convention in his A.n.inlOt.lwd lb uaii ul tit IMit Mrs. John Elam, Mrs. Sam Ballard tanford pike, Sunday, October law In Hit. stt Milihl a n.ntlnium tirlr FKUIT AND SHADE THKKS naming talk next Sunday and he Is Wins. Mis. D. D. Collette and Mus Pearl Finder notify DeForest Young anxious tc have us many as can come UN srliix.1 UjuIis. IhiM utltitf IIiuumshIs HLOOMING SIIIIL'IIS o Le present that hey may knuw '!' eo'e f I? to nothing, the of iWltar. Hi.lu la H'.l. ul sehuol .hit-dr- Colson. The cake was baked by Ml Sonietsct Ky., and receivo reward. UHAI'K VIXUS UI In ' Pearl Col. on and though the table lt. cf the progress which has, Laiicasttr High School Fouthall tei.ui KVEKGKKKKS lnrus4 Imi - m l.uu. ll.r Ins Hit ben made. He will also preach j 'defeated the Richmond Normal yes-th- e MS rents ftutU-u I itiltlu Iv) lium I! Iu v.as laden with "good cats," of all PERENNIALS Thanks- eveninir. his theme being, "What- - terdav afternoon on the locnl grounds II nuveJ su inaeli H"ii In tl.a l.ikini sorts every one clammurcd for a, bile RHUIIARll Although outwrighte.l by several uhI llwl Ii Kill-- ! Ill sUI ilfl'i nnJ of her cuke. After an enjoyable Hin-- r A Man Kowi." giving Dinner. ROSES "" pountfi, man for man, the local boys put a turg lurllui. o( th sliiklUK I Jl.il hour lit the table the guests were en. V Ili US fUt tslUeMllUIUlt pUI(UMr HEDGE tci tallied by the pupils for some time. Theodore R. Tunnel! "f Christian , showed more generalship and doiens The ladles of Pleasant Grove KimiiMiiril Hi pjsau of Hi lUY Ail ETC. County, a life long Republlcin. has and duxent first downs, while their lu ivtnl vtlilir mill .olutrtl rlillilli.l Ail depaited in good spirits, but il Church will have an exchange in luacllivr need not he told fi.oi. uUrii.li.i (III.' sun FREK IIXUSTRATKI) CATA- - vvrltten to the Kentuck Democru-- j opponents were only able to make Til p,il that the children did llaielden Bros, store on Wednesday, Krillutk) uualil lu ut thmiiM-ftllnisl wuulU tic State Headquarters, inclosing uj three during the entire four periods Hit loxl (Ii whllir Mr luiirllui. u Uw not get back to hard werfc that day. November 24th Cakes dressed hem, LOG. NO AGENTS. iviurj." ui Hi cutiipalgn contribution with u letter j The outstandinjr stars of the locals, tu sriMi-Jraes In Ilia publlo COME OCTOBER 30ih., AT 7 P. 14. cottage cheese, fresh eggs and butter. 'tiu.il. Th uliatr Is tasv. II would Thu Harmony School on Fall Lick wnicn siuies inai ne is unable to(weie iioucciuvv iox, Anderson. II wuilli nut lia Any one wishing to place an order iliml lu orT.liJy lul II. F. H1LLENNEYER & SONS liU.k the present Republican can dors and Cochran, niuklng several II. t(,V miIiu.ii lutn unit wumri. I.i lur pike we plan to jflve a party, a jjood may do so by calling Mrs. B. C. Hose Ur. Kinsl 0pimIs uu dliiatrf and will vote the Democratic i successful forward passes with Ivcavy lh , initluiily ui h.s svi.ii.ul Ilia iUoiul- - old fashion one. You know LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY. with at Bryantsville. Phone No. 0. mi-- uu l.Ui:tu null il. I gains. ; s'ate und national ticket. l ot IIM'iSlilr.i lu isiillpIV wlia fun and food that's hearty. j (LORD MAYOR BOLT TO COX NEGROVOTERS OF CORK A Writer In The Lex-- , FORMS LANDSLIDE Republican Dies 0n Seventy-Thir- d Kentucky ington Lender Asks Ranks Deserted Dai-- ! Colored Voteis Day Fast. ly By Citizens Who Some Pertinent NOTED SINN FKINEU HAD A See The Ligrht. Questions. STORMV CAREER. . flT PEOPLE'S RIGHTS f Lifelong Defense Money Gives Him Wrong Viewpoint As Legislator TOBACCO MAR- - KET better. ClauiM Ctlumn jj North Carolina Trade Hetter During Past Week. Reports from the tobacco market! KATf.b. Sit.gle insertions Ic a word No nd taken for lets limn 10c In this column. No a.lr in this column charjri-!- . l.ouIvilU. Ky., The sw.rnr f e . ... I.oru Mayor A . ""; ,,.,,,. ,a,, ..,. the in Carolina ami Virginia during the ' price of live. week Is very much better than niif of the feature, of the x.lltl.l Phone order must b paid mttiimtaii In KeHiin k) lu been Hie ri at any time since the market opened, promptly. fun of lln ltfpnliil.ini in for. r, At Wilson, N. C, larger companies ll.to.l8ll III.- - .!. lion of ltls.lt. nl I' are buvlnir mnir frridv nn.l .Irnlrrs , i:r.... inllllotmlre .orM.ratl..n atlorn.n 0, ,, ,natvl ar,. ,ltyinK mon. thnn I .. . . .. .. . of I ovlnston u nil I'll.. Innull. hut Senm.rr. TmoU,y Srr,l for sale. Garrard "ur,nf ,,lc To this end alt , . .....ui.k k ami Lincoln Produce Company nf -- nnlill hillueii,.-- . nr.-- beliiK ' growers than at any time since the i FOR SALE: Plymouth Hock ) The II.'publlruiiK nr.t lidllitf to Hu market opened. Mrs. Ed. Grow, k At Danville, Vi... the same rule roosters, lllcrnlliri. .if aniLI'iiiluiii. , i,liri(,..r . , applies, as the market there took nl t Phone No. fiO, llrantsvllle, Ky lt i)tel ........'" ,., I r I ,,..,, e 'ii .! a Centre Defeated Harvard. lriil-ISI(- i4 .,.,, ir -- , atti-kst- IMS- r.l ,tcr New-Phon- 2-- - lSUS-'.IG- ,! r 10-7-- r. ihc Itei-elill- I- br'' MARKET jk-h- 1 tbr. l Wllcfr Iiii-Ii- V F. I..rlT.k.'n" i ve t e Wood-Mosal- cer ' fr y i Christian "r a J' .) I TrTv Herd yN-ak- : te Kava-naug- (tO-ll-t- lh rslab-ll.llH.r- "hl TREES TREES Lancaster For r l Km-lkH'- l)