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Officials At Harlan To Receives Largest Popu-la- r Heavy Vote Polled Here Last Tuesday. Vote Ever Rosift Death Of Miss Recorded. .Lura Parsons Brutal EIC.IUY PER CENT OF THE WOMEN VOTE EXERCISE ly Murdered Sov-e- n MAY GET 400 ELECIOIIIAI. SUFFRAGE. VOTES. Weeks Apo. GARRARD COUNTY PEOPLE ARE t I Defeats Swope By Handsome Majority ri mi old-tim- KENTUCKY 'Returns To Democratic Column. "wu rrt ARMISTICE DAY. Arrangements Completed For Biff Celebration By Heel in 1 ... u INTERESTED. A special from HnrUn. Ky . to the Courier Journal last Sunday, says that thc murder probe of Miss 'ur brutally murdered I'nnionii who seven week ago white walking alone Mountnln on n trail to t!ir Pine Friends ami school, U to lie revival. rrlativrs in Garrard County of thr murdered trachrr will br Interested to hear that this l to be lone and many here havr wondered why the investigation wus rvrr tOtinl. IV nrt-cl- to thr Courier Journal Scten wrrks nftrr thr ntNiult and murder of Mls Lurn I'apoin. Pine Mountnln Settlement School traelirr. on a lonely trail ,thf criminal It tlll ut large. ; doar?" snld "What else can ( outity Attorney J. C. Forester after, hr hail tol.l a Courier Journal what strps of investigation hail hern taken anU that thr grand ury hail fatted to Indict "I will resubmit thr cnr to thr next grand Jury In Jnmtary." wat the ay Commonwealth! Attorney II. iJrunt Forester, nflr a moment's thought, replied to an Inquiry as to n future ttep the officials might take State Srnator Hiram Hroek, lie .ubllcan trailer In the .Senate, declared, at thr end of hl interview, that hr woul.1 take the lnltiutlc In reopening thr Invmtlgatlon. "There will be no difficulty In raising a large turn to attract skilled detectives," Senator Hrock aaltt, "nnd I aure you Uuil It will be done. Thr cause of education In thr mountain mut not br made to lutTcr, and thn stain must lie removed from Harlan Coun ty " Charge of gross laxnett In guarding of pruoners at the convict ramp and of a deliberate effort on the part of the guard to shlrld the felont during thr investigation were made by the Harlan County otflciali who con tended that thr murder borr all earmark of a negro's crime. About 1 o'clock on thr morning of Par-o- n Tuesday, September 7th.. Ml left a train at Pillion, a road walk ending, to ttart on a over n mountain trail to thr school. She nrvrr reached the arhool. Thurs-da- y night a srnrrhlng party found her body ut the bur of a ledgr at tho tide of the trail. She had been uttaultrd and murdrird. A fence roll found nearby wa the lntrument of death, Hlow hud been rained with it on her head fir II. C U'innrs. xctcrinarian em ployed by the State, who alio had left thr train at Dillinn and started, mule, buck over the mountain after Mits Parsons had started afoot, wa nr- rntrd in Frankfort the next day. Hr asserted he hnd taken n circuit-o- u route due to getting off the trail, and had mlued that art of the trail on which the murder wa committed. Ho wu unable to account for the fact that it took him more than an hour longer than uiual to cross the trail. To reach thr mountain trail MU Parson patted n convict camp of n mile from Dilllon. The convict?, nearly nil negroes, work on a pike which circle thr mountain and crone tho trull nt the point about liftrrn minute walk from thr ramp. Suspicion wni directed toward four or live negroes From the beginning Capt. John Mnrcum, In charge of thr prisuticr, contended that none of his men was guilty. County official, aftor questioning Wiuncs on hi return to Hnrlnn Saturday announced belief in hi innocence and turned their attention In the convict camp. Grand Jury Don Not Act. coat Thr next day a wu found bunging nrur the bunk of one of the tutpected convict. It wu taken to Louisvlle for chemical atialytl by tho Statu Ilonnl of Ilenlth to determine whether the blood wn thut of u humnn or of an nnlmrd. n The grand Jury took up the Monday. Circuit Judge Da-told the body to take all time nee- It waa adjourned Thursday. Dr. Win sea, the warrant afaiait 4ktwd by ITm Jry, left Kh-Tk- a raaaavaad afeasUv. Lu. rsmalntd In sastton Tuesday and thtn (Continued: oh" third page.) corrr-ipondrtit 1 six-mil- e three-quarters blood-stsliicd Invt-titratio- pay t The voir rvrr polled in Ily mujorttiea uiipitHcdonted in nli Amrrfriin ptsHtlr, Warren (. liar-rf.li-i: the history of Cnrrurd County was t and CaWm Killnl hrrr lust Turda). when ril'J7 ua rlrcUd . votes wirr pollnl during thr iiy. CoIM. VIch lrMriil l.it i Tnr tf the wonirii to Thr rltrtlon was quiet nt one could attnMtted In muny havr mnilr it althmiijli thr intercut thr Inx-nl wn) to the hruvy increated majorl-tir- . iiiunlfctted by both party's nrvrr until thr poll wore rioted in thr Thr hlirhc'l previous state whrn afternoon. ilurulity rvrr recorded, wa itnorvrlt rurrinl Pennsylvania over One of the chief feature of thr day wim I lie ituv miiuImt of women Adair . muntnn counties arc out, the Parker by a plurality of over HOO Injt it wu surpiiMi'd majorities of IWlfi have been doubled trvrrul Miters, jo tay nothinK of thr women Anderson Casey 1100 for purposes of estimation This is tlnirs Ut Turtdny if Inter return workrrs of both parties that worked llbfi lloylr unceasingly throughout the day. considered a liberal estimate and it bear out thour that havr. been S0 llcckham is belirvrd thnt Srnator As was rxprttml Garrard County Lincoln up to datr " U0( t probably will have 3 larger majority claimed for unnl llf.niihlifiiti lint nut 111' n iMrvr .Merer r New York Statr I I Ilia n thr fligurv Indicated. Kenton Hardint: by a plurality of 1,000,000. majority as the workers of this p.irty Jossamine inno Countv. which went t.f.OO for Cox. Pennsylvania by one nlmot ut InrKe. hod piedictrd; thr final vote sjiowinitj;l,rm,rr Shelby aomi went more than 1,000 for Erntt. illinoi elves Hurdintr M00.000 and a majority of .'iMt for thr Electors. "'0 Senutor Ilerkhnm ran behind and Ohio' pluiulity for HnrdltiK ntay while Swope's majority was T7a or Madison a gain of 'JO vutrs ahcud of thr ticket, i ""rrnrd Ernst ahead of their respective 0.(l((l. trarh " tickets there, Ernst picking up L',000. Itrturns indicate that Harding will Emit majority over llrckham bring .til-'Totals ii7.'0 .'t Governor Cox would teem to havr rstc.vr nearly 100 votes in thr I'ler-lor- fitl Ernst running behind the ticket cntricd thr State safely by nbout rollrgc. Hr hns earrlr I prae-tirn- ll II ot", which result show thr feel- ing of thr viitrrs toward llrckhum CoUllty Board Di.OflO. state in the NertM, New Claim Ily nnd Uit rrissstHg thr Mnm nnd in this county. Education, Chrslry H. Searcy.Searcy. Republican One of thr surprise of thr ,la IHxcmi line a H. I rapturing Wri Cox may carry a few border whs the witinuii vote, and it is intiThe result of the election last Campaign Committee chairman, mated that rlO per runt of this vote states and thr soltd Seuth. in which an election of a sued thr following statement yester-Count- y came out. Strange to relate thure Hoard of Education wus All Knrdl Arr llrukvn. were very few spsdlt hallAtn in the ed upon, shows that tix Republicans j "The Republican party has carried VII ovei thr country thr Hunting countv. etrn though "over two thou-am- i were easily elected. On the ballot Kentucky. HnrdingV majority will Mm nr. record Itluralitlrs broke wwmtn cast their hrst vote on were the names of right people, three be 7.000. Ernst is unquestionably which surprises! all prophets b) ging that day. It iilto show thnt vrry Ds.noeruts and fie Republicans, elected by nt least I .",000. Figures l ut the 70 000 KepubHran littb- "crntchlng" was done, some The five receiving the largest number Kiven by the Democratic prets on idectloa a September, pan-es- t prmnrU showing that not a ainglr of votes and will be issued certificates' which thr Democratic majorities are that mark by several thousand butlMt was scratched owt of thr en- Liter, were Messrs Oscar Ruy, John claimed are ultogether misleading and tire poll. Wvnn. C II Ledford. J M Crisril- - absolutrly incorrect. This is shown California, whien Wilson earnest A detail of thr county vote by pre It nnd Mrs. Ijzzie llruner from the fact that In the following by narrow a margin in lUlli, went rlnets is shown in another column in counties, Knox, Letcher, Harlan, Lew-i- t fir Hnrding by whut early reports this pnprr. McCrrnry and Magoffin, they have FOX HUNTERS described a n landslide. understated Republican majorities by Indiana and Knnsivs seem to hair ( 7,:IH8 . . and in many other Republican .. rolli-.- i up more IIniii 'JOO.000 plural- den Republlrnn rnndidatr, wus elect r lO AlOet At Cl"lb Or- - counties they have understated He. ed by ii huge majority over Waller, ity for Harding. i publican majorities amounting to ' Hurtling carried his home precincts his Democratic opponent. Next Week. thouand, while in many Democratic ."71 to 7 1. It was Democratic four In Wisconsin Senator Irving Luthuriiirs they have overstated Dcmo- years ago, though there was a reap er Lfiimot n mild recrvuinnit on Every thing is in readiness ut Crablrrutlc majorities umounting to several portionment since. Hr seems to league question, was opposed by Orchard Springs for thr National Fox ' thousand. hne caned Cox's home town of Day James Thompson, u I. a Fnllette man HUntcrs Association which meets at "The Republican party is, as it has ton, tarried Hyde Park. .V. Y., resi- nnd representative of the bitter-enthat place next Monday. November always done, demanding a fair count, faction. Hut l'iiroot 8th. Tlic urogram will last through- - thnt the will of thr neonle mav be uc dence of Frunklln D. Roosevelt, thr Democratic nomlnrr for Vice Presi won hardily and Paul S. Reinsert. for oU, amj lt it prt.,icted that ruralely ascertained. This, the Re- dent, by -- 70 votes to DM; and he car- - mer Minister to China, who wus the;vi.r .j0 ,K)l b,. ,.tered in the publirnn party on Its part will give ried President Wilton's home district Democratic candidate had to dispute jmnny ,tillt.s ,ml wji ,c 0tT,.red at and it demands from every public in Princeton, N. J., by n margin of with thr Socialist for third honors. . Mi merting. Five hundred truest j official in Kentucky the utmott vigi- to one Must Is ure expected during thr week undl Liner in recording nn exact record From coast to coast veteran and! In N'rw llampshiro Srnutor (ieorgr, probably as many more will be at- - 0f the people's vote. Every good popijar Democrats fell in the general',11. Miift't, one of the bitter oppon- traded there next Tuesday night for citizen, regardless of party, should collapse. The disaster which seem ents of the league, had been disturb- the Fox Hunters dance. Thr Derby see to it that the ballot of Kentucky to have beaten Alfred K. Smith out ed in hit campaign by echoes from will br run Friday und thisIt will at!i preserved nnd not prostituted.." of the governorship of New York hns the primary, for n always tract a large gathering at Repubalso drfeuted Senator James D. Phe-lu- lican, but he to won with has dune in thr past. Many from Efficient Service. eae. In California, defor ... One of the most surprising features Lnrntter und this county will attend. e would feel that we were un- spite his great popularity throughout which hac usually hern counted on grateful indeed, if we did not at thi the Slnte Church , whs the huge vote rolled up by cities lhank the tel hone Kith of thc , Is Loser. as Democratic in the past. In Plans have been arranged to make Unttin Telephone Company for their where the Irish vote can usual- the month of .November a month of fffedent nnd untiring services, which Thomas Taggart. Indiana, rundi date for thr Senate against Juiiies K. ly be counted on to carry thr city unusual Interest nt thr Christian tliey so obligingly rendered the Watson ,thr pretcnt bidder of the even though the rest of the State is Special services will be held !t-- and the election return headquar- seat was thought likely a few wrrk strongly Republican, Harding won by ev ry Sunday Next Sunday w ill be tcr lust Tusduy night. No better or ago to win his fight, but . though 0,000. The league issue has been Women's Day The tecond Sunday prompter service cou'd have been ren-wiWatson ha apparently run behind too much for the Irish voters. be Men's Duy. The third and on behalf of thc public The Republican sweup of the Pre- day will br Hoy's nnd Girl's Dy. (benefited we take thi thr Presidential ticket by many means of thousands, he teems sure of election. sidency curried with it considerably The fourth Sunday will be Member-- ' thanking them. and increased majorities in both houses ship Day. Special music will br ren- Factional fights in Illinois Return Indicate that j ,u.r,., nl IMt. different services and , Big Mouth Bass. Wisconsin did 'not disturb thr Re- of Congress. publicans. The battle in thr pri- tho next Senate would havr fifty- - : wrmm, , Lrenlmr with thr oecuiion Mr. John Forbes, who live ncur us compared with . xv preached. mal irs between the Thompson and thrre Democrat the waterworks, holds the record for forty-forty nine. Republicans and Low ill n factions in Illinois had causNext Sunday the subject will be the largest fish we have ever teen seven Democrats at pietent. ed bitter uiiinutsity .and several "Thr Woman of Today und The around these diggins for several House The Chiof ltcprcscntuties Church." A woman's quartette com-papers .including the cago Tribune, supported James Ham- terms likely to include -- 47 Republ- posed of Mrs. - G. Davidson, Mrs. years. Saturday evening late he landed a big mouth bats ut the Inke independent J ilton Lewis the Democratic nominee, ican. IH.'i Democrats, Sweeney, Mrs. Leonard Miller I Prohibitionist, giving the Re nnd Mrs. Hen Robinson, will sing a' thnt weighed 7S pounds nnd was for Governor against l.en Small, the und long. Old Iruuc Walton Thompson Republican cuudidate. Hut publicum a clear majority of M. special number. Thr evening sub-- J 21 h inches Republican majority lu the pre jeet will br "The HcnclU'cncc of Re- - himself, when in his prime could not Lewis wu overwhelmingly defeated The discount John Forbes when it comes !.. and William II. MrKintey, the Low- - cnt Home is thirty-eigh- t ., tnbution"- - u companion oi uir one . , . ,. tt. preached lust Sunday evening. , WM tami.m Hie member, of the congregation , w eommM ure urged a bear these .pedal m't - 'Th(j GARRARD COUNTY'S VOTE BY PRECINCTS. t hc M ings in mind und to attend a ,.f , (j d fu, fw hnft. ' them If nt all possible. All others 77 r. Ci C tt a t a t mwU mimmUl , fllm of 10 3 3 of the town, und community ure in- l , ,. , ... . vited to be present nt any or nil of the fre-iHrnTui-iluyftOO,-000. ' J 4 i IIIECKIIAM DEFEATS ERNST lY Unofflcml figure- - from thr Klghth .iinjwiM i i . up it ha rolli'il e Democratic majority nnd f the While practically thr that Judge llnlph Cllliert ha defeat- country went Itepubhcan Kentucky ed King Swopc by n manjority that returns to her first love and tts bsck mny reach .',.00 by the time thr offi- Into the Democratic column with a cial count is mailr. good safe majority thnt may reach This splendid majority is very gra- J0.000 or even more, according to the tifying to thr Democrats throughout latest return, yet n few counties pirated thai!hnvi. not hccn n,.nri froln whlch will thr district nnd lire Ju.lge-fiilhcr- t has been lun.lrd n win- - not materially change the result. ner It wu hotly contested over Latest tabulation returns in tin' every county of the district Swopc' race betwien Senator llrckhum and friends leaving nothing unturned to It. P. Ernst, Covington, for United sleet him. Slates Senator, as received by thr AsThr unofficial figure in this rare sociated Press and Thr Louisville are a follows: Timet, rhow Senator llcckham hns a Swopr majority of fi.O'.M. In cntes where a Clttbert .Sanford Post Of The American Lejion. PARADE AND CRASS HAND. Final detail are being rapidly completed for the celebration of Armistice Day, Thursday, November 11th.. by the Hcidal Sanford Post of the American Legion, which will include u parade headed by a brnts band, in which till men will participate, public tpenking by some of the men and other prominent rrr Kt Of i ! vot-'du- y: gulwr-italurto- - speakers from over thc state. All of the men will assemble at one o'clock on the school grounds, where the parade will be formed and with u brats band will march to town, after which some nthrletir features will br indulged In. mile nice, such as a one-hamile race, 20. yard dash, 100 yard dash, Bicycle races. Potato , races, Three legged races, etc. These events arc nil open to school men. children nnd nil Premiums will he awarded thc winners. It will be a grand and glorious duy and we predict that a banner crowd will be in attendance from this nnd surrounding counties. The Caswell Sautley Pott No. IS of Stanford will be special guesM of the local Post on that day. A football game between Lexington High and lincastcr High, will be another feature of 'he day. Admission to the game will be free to nil lf one-four- th uu men. The program will close nt a meeting at the Court House at 7:30 P. M. yherc prominent speakers will be heard, among them being the State Commander cf the American Legion. I chard Good Woman 1 Passes Away. Again we arc called upon to chronicle thc death of one of Lancas ter's oldest and most beloved women, the Grim Reaper having called the spirit of Mrs. LcUtln Ware last Fri day morning nt the home of her daughter, Mrs. Robert McRoberts, on Danville street, where she had mode her home Mf several years. Mrs. Wife had a host of friends in Lancaster who will be grieved to learn of her passing. The immediate rnute of her death was infirmities, due to her age, being in her 84th. year. She had been complaining for teverul days .but thoic that were nenr nnd dear to her never realized thnt the end was so nenr, but when her daughter went to her room Friday morning about six o'clock, Mrs. Ware was found unconscious and never rallied, the end coming about thirty minutes later. Mrs. Wure had been a devoted member of the H.iptit. Church since her early childhood nnd when her health permitted, always attended these services. The remains were her old carried to Hopkinsville, homu, for burial, after short services nt the home of Mr .nnd Mrs. R. K. Hurial McRoberts Friday afternoon. taken place Saturday. Reside Mrs. McRoberts ,the is survived by two other children, Mestrs Hurry nnd James Ware, of Hopkins-vill- d I unti-l-ngi- 1 tc Re.lid. e n T(rt Christian Hos-tou- iwiMw , , h. ll Sun-,dere- d, 1 1 e. . Ware Some seven or eight Mr. Lcttie Ware yeurs ago. came to Lancaster 2-- -- 5 t 3 ' ' . r Hnono ? Creek No, U I " ! services. ' ; ' More Vegetables. Since have been tramoth vegetable of the brougnt to this office; among them Water Works No. (lilberts Creek No. l ull Lick No. 4 Poor House No. f. lr. MS 177 171 1811 17C I0H I7S It 'ill . 170 183 Hit 'J41 144 I7.t I8tt 21(5 SugnrCreekNo.il Marktbury No. 7 llryunUville No. K 'S 217 147 I'ir. 20r J10 205 HIS 10 1 140 '.Ml 147 Foot Ball Here Friday. our latt itsue, some more llf 121 O.'l 8l 13 ft 15ft 122 U3 228 217 88 13.1 200 105 122 U3 230 218 88 131! 1150 HuenaVittaNo.l Hourne No. 10 108 2U5 1KC t.T 215 178 81 152 215 178 81 155 108 240 178 81 112 HuckeyeNo.il Teutcrsville No. 12 Walkers School House No. .205 18(5 245 70 212 121 02 120 71 ruintLlckNo.il Manse No 15 La-s- on School House No. 10 CarUrsvilkt No. 17 73 1815 243 81 lv Total MnJorit .! ..... ., 2983 551 208 215 50 71 185 50 .73 ,212 207 213 5 120 73 185 40 108 205 180 243 79 213 2011 71 215 573 2130 2414 2975 2418 2991 IP Lancaster has developed one best football trams among the high being a hugh kershnw, of the crook- schools of the Hluu Grass, huving met v!rlti' ..riiu-- fie .Mr. Muson defeat only one time this seaion. i VMntil welfh, ,3 0UtllU nml u They have a splendid schedule A couple of large cabbage the next three week beginning next ,TnH.( b Jom KorMi onD of thc Bridge rriuuy tney win piay on me iocoi best gardener in the county are on grounds, the Hustonville team, said display here and weigh ten pounds Mrs. Howard Marklvy entertained tu be the next best in the circuit. each. A beet weighing pounds a few guest nt a bridge party lltt This will be a dandy game und u good j was brought in by Mr. J. W. Carroll afternoon complimentary' to crowd should go out to cheer the nd it "takes the cake" for size over her houte guest, Mrs. Sallls Ross boys next Friday, tomorrow- afterLaw ton, of Lancaster, Ky. Several any we have ever teen. noon. other affairs will be given this week I On Armistice Day, Nov. 11th., here The annual silver tt of the Ladle for the pleasure of Ure. Markley's they will play that crack team Lex- Missionary Society of, the Prbytr-l- a truest, who will spend next week here. ington High; nnd oti the 19th., RichChsrch will be heltjat the church Danville Illinois News. mond High; on the 2Uth., Nicholas-vlll- e Kov.tmh., at 7:30 o'clock. All are ' in ; Bale Tist fer iU.,Huda A Faruav. cordially Invited. on the latter ground. for,,, tu muke her home with her daughter, A woman of Mrs. R. K. McRoberts. culture und refinement with n rare sense of humor, broad views, kind nnd sympathetic, n most congenial companion und a fine christian character. All who knew her loved her. Her with was that she might "go to sleep and wake over there," was granted, und now she rest under the shade of the trees, rests from her labors of love und charity und "her works do follow her" One who loved her and whole da) will be saddened by her going. Party Wed-nesd- - o The Central Record. Lancaster. Ky. Thursday, Nov 4, 1920 PUT THE FIGHTING QUALITIES IN YOUR BLOOD An old man with a yountf wife t often like n kid with n toy balloon. The safrst wny to Kct rich quick Ile'i happy until It blows nwny. is to marry It. The navy ofTcr great possibilities Wc, howrvt-r- , never laugh at aiiiii! to men thsse day. It's eaiy to Ret tvoilr' Jokru." Hut that I not am a drink in mint any foreign port. fnult. No. we have no humor to dispense "The way ef the transgressor i on the subject of high price t!i It hrd" but no harrier than hp mnkca week,a bill. evaporates every time r pay It hinisclf. i 11 . Cracks at Creation. If You Are Palo And Weak, Without Ambition, You Need A Tonic. TRY TAKING Rich. Red Blood PEPTO-MANCA. I Flshls OH Disease En- And Keep. You Well And is able. You To Work With Pleasure. sfeknes often comes when Sorts you least suspect. You may feel n You haven't been Attic ovar-tlreexposal to ewntiiglon, yet nil of a sud-dr- n you arc lint on your back nntl in of sickness. for a Your iitond did not haw rtsthting quiillllc. It was weak and thin. ' Your vitality and (towers of remittance were low. When you avr4 you use up en driven to do ergjr. Your Meed ilogg-m- l More taaa it run. It with WMt. The waste nct Hku germs get in uur poUati. IHaaa bfeod ami do taste. Where's that bird who was Summer fur, however can be worn right m through the winter with lcs predict inir un earlr winter? We want to congratulate him on whnt he !ilIromfort. doesn't know. Just why they rail them "soap box The illtnppointrd candidate who orators" we don't know. Mont of failed to get under the wire should trni seldom use it. He has escaped a pile not worry. A friemlly dog wngs its tnil, but a of future abuse. man is not neccssnrly a friend t)ne way to get the law of this he wag his tongue. country universally enforced is to Now that the people have spoken go alter the officials who fall to their minds politically. Iet' hope enforce them Public office holders they get down to work commercially. will continue to Inllypop as Ionic We need action not oratory. their constituents set the example , he-ea- ig i fl I let yourself got run n Take the goad tonic, ,11 make rich, red blood that will re stst and reut out disease tcriw n i widely and hcartl-- , It is efly endorsed by phyMcinns. fective and easy to take. Come in J either liquid or tablet form. Itoth I have the tanvr eifect Sold at any drug store. Hut be n sure you eel tli genuine "Guile'." Auk for It by the name and be sure the full name. "Guile" is on the! package. (Advertisement.) DiMt't iVpto-Mnng.iIVpto-MangnI'cpto-Man-suPepto-.ManKan- ," lui mm it returned home after a dellhtfut visit with Mr. and Mrs. Win. Clnrk. of the I.exlliKtoii road. Mr and Mrs. . T. Ulce, Mr and If wo could only lok ahead and Mrs. (!u Davidson were entertained i Mr. Osvli Tell Hit Csperltnee. ee the trtals and trlbiiUUrm in store Kundiiv at the home of Mrs ( arric Tho follow Inq brief account of an for us we miht be able t stmt them Davidson an I Mrs Win Sutton Interview with it l,ncnter nun four fellow. ar ago. and Its seouid, will b read off onto the other ' with kren Interest by every clltjen. The fettw who inner reads the a.ls W C Ittil. t.il!or. Danville. Pike, tin this loenl wper r Ilk the blind Guard Your Lunft With LUffGARDIA, Mrtome time ago my l.ancater. sa wnlk er a tWIar. He I snf- - man wh kidney vien In had condition I.UNGAKDIA opens the reipira tnry I'tRnns. removes th tliuk ford with psms act" my back and !neer knows what he through my loins. My Kidney wern masses of sputum, heali tho ir Irregular In action and I had to get j Occasionally we hear ionie ritutio'i. dispels the coukIi ar I I'nsurpassed in spnsmod cold up many times nt nlcht to pass the. se- I remark that he alwtiy believe- - in Croup. Ilronchltis. ditricuit cretions I had considerable stooping Itakinn a second slMir thMitht. I! brenthinir, and such kindred dn over to do and I becamo easily tired lirst ones, ho doubt, are woosy rhoiiMlid eases attest to its Kidney Doan and languid Pills If I.UNGAKDIA Kre.tt virtue brought nl.f and I think thee are a Swiw piMide are nexer aide i money fadour returned It H fln kidney medlclnrv." twain In their wh eyes j the Price, lit) it" and $1 'JO per AGAIN IMlAISKrt DOAN S probnldy hi due to the fact that it that hottlc years later Msnufsdured by 0er "Ifour always jlod .Mr a l.itl Is larce it idrur the siKht LUNGARDIA CO.. Dsll... Sitid am In suv roivI IOR SAIX IIY McKOItERTS f aattwns is. . r t The tongue wonl fur IVmti s KUney Pills When I Drue Store. Hut to liavn symptoms of kidney trouble i isn't. jiMt as vou look nt it IVwn's are surn to kUo mo reli." us who have been readmit those of 60c. nt aP ileiders Foster Mllbum the pros and the cons it seems to be It's ti trouble at alt to earn a hun Iluffalo. N. Y. Co. Mfrs. both. dred percent oh an investment in tin. Just Mte tf a sutcrlptio town to this het and the rfcesl w done A LANCASTER fYUERVIEW a roncrcman itituent. Some reader wants to know how sen'es hls of them don't. lone, eon- - - I T. X'idrew '..ri flu nil. u. I "i in h trtsit wealth man, and he Mlmost His estate has tHn in Ir iiH .j anrf m vniaed at 0.0(M L.irmrtont sum f , , m.. to ne sosjr i I'imiim tried deapernlel) iri.. ' t. r . i . r n. i n i'. t fr J ii .,r pratMMy tiwakin renuirtl thai sm love and reman xirae. we might a.l.i ..nrv anil unhitrh a. ,t rt W WWW Noonan's Convic tion Profitable.! Found Guilty In Court Hit Sen-- , tence Nets Him $1000 Plus Good Habit. Mlchwil Noonan of Iluffalo, N. Y., has the habit now- - and the money, and he is uoini; to keep both. Hut a year apo he had not either. A year airo Noonan was arraigned in a Iluffalo police court. Juiie Piper decided that what Mike needed most was n course in thrift and saving so j he was sentenced to turn over $1 n( week for n yoar to the probation of- Hor of tile court, to be invested in Government Savings Stamp. Nonn faithfully obeyed the of the court. In fact, as he oy he"j;ot stuck on it." Some weeks he handed over more than the! required amount, his top figure for ' one. week bcinc $4S. On the day hi probation was up, the probation officer wns in court to turn over n thousand dollars, the re- i ) At Lancaster, Ky. November 11th, Heidal Sanford Post No. 35 I For Up-To-Da- te Plumbing, Heating, Guttering, Roofing, Repairing, and all kinds of Tin Work Srh OK l'HONK P,B,Williams&Co l.arrsstrr, Quick Kv Srrice and tiood Work MMIMMMMMHHIMI Sweden. Norwa and Denmark want the powers composing the 'leaicue nt naUant disarm. They wdl j whea their twos tit arms are warn at and tkerv are n mUsm ta tie aur-I American Legion EVERYBODY Haassd. INVITED TO PARTICIPATE IN THE EXERCISES ON THIS DATE of Vtie M W-r- Kill i aiaoas xf to iIm lsnioa. tw - out resiHrti that lw. uii-raii.M- i. eblef m-- ,' . i . the year of saving, but N'oonnn did not show up. He reach-- 1 in! Noean by telephone. "I have irot $1,000 for hi. .Mike," he said. "You can have it in the Savinw Stamps or you can have the money. Come ovr and net it." "I'm too busy." answered Nooan over the wire. "Lot the Stump wait. Why would I b coming over for them today? I'd hav.- to lay off und I'd 'on maney." Nooan has the liaoit - sults of all Brass Band, Foot Ball Game, Foot Races, Bicycle Races, Potato huln Races, 100 yard Dash, 200 y a d Dash, One Half Mile Race, Oratory natorsthrtr lt, a '"user to Assembly at One o'clock P. M Parade by all men to tnsHila stratico (iHnrnni. llllillt of Garrard and Lincoln county. Races will follow. FOOT BALL-T- he Lancaster High School Foot Ball Team CAROUI HELPED will play the Lexington High at 3:15 P. M. This will be free to REGAIN Han hlt'b i.ihIiI bt w 'moo beii reltMv. UK i u lir wills, (.Ian Hy, i I io4tHtrk . Ex-Serv- ice irrent 1. id iHt only iIiom. IUImb in tl Tho old mn. to nan on- i but iiw-- - turn, but tho ihmim- - un- - ' ill sails. Ex-Soldie- rs. STRENGTH NEW PLAN FOR MADISON VILLE School Superintendent FOR PUPILS Patriotic Addresses by State Officers of the Legion at the Court House at 7:30 P. M. Alabama Lady Wsj Sick For Three Years, Suffering Pain, Nervous aad Depressed Read Her Own Story of Recovery. OUTLINES SCHEME TO INVEST IN SAVINGS STAMPS. PracUcisI Immmu in thrift am fw-t- r f taa analie msmI tyatoat of cal movement becomm painful it is usually an Inu.cutiO!i that tho yar a run n bank at on af tast MudltHMsville banks, and kidneys ure out of order. Keep hUHlrtl of the school children by these orr.ans healthy by taking MailltatvriM. Kawtutky. City aVurriatN4aat of sichoels GaaUa U tatawaiaatit trver 11m leasnt yritgmimd aad supplied by the ga mirs OhrWan of the Traaaary Department a4 tavy are usd in all f th Madi .'osrvUle arhool. Mr. Gnttin is anxi-U- f When tho body bep.Ini ihat thM taaMtM tw k'vwii pratti SQUEEZED TO DEATH to stiffen urvd lt vatit. aci-mi- making wcokly duposits accumulated COLD turns raniriK up from one dollar t as IiIkIi as twelve and llflein dollar. The bank allowed four per cent in Ififclimilatl tetvst, and nt the end uf the school session .Mr. Gnttin issued checks to Tht woild's standard remsdy for Vldn.j, Uvtr, btaddtr an4 utic acid lioublts. tho pupils to rover the amount. This Famous line 1696. Tsks rt;uUily anJ in ccd bsahu. In this slits, all year he will have u system for thu sule of Thrift .Stamps to take the druggists. Quaranurvd ss rspisssoud. a aaaM Calf MsaaJ vara aw place of laving bank plan. MEDAL kp Taint Roek. Ala. -- Mr. C. M. fitrgall. of near here, recsntly rci.ited tho Interesting nrcount of her recovery J "I was la a weakened condition. I wa Ick tbreo yeans In . rufferlttK n prat dual of pain, weak, r Mrs. John Morris and two children nervous, depressed. visitor Tuosduy afterYutcr I was so weak, GUY. of Uorkrastlc luivo linen the KUst I couldn't walk across the floor; Jutt noon of Mis Carrie Yatcr. Mr. Henderson tl in is critically Mr. and Mrs. Swftny Mow- - of iracntly of Mr. and Mm A. N. Mvnda. had to lay und my llttla onoa do tbn I work. almost dead. I trld ill with 'flu.' the (. . road wr kumIs of I Mr. and Mrs. Milay Ilmixley and rvory thinewashoard of, and a I number of . bub). Iiuphin wre Sumlay kuvsU doctor. Htlll 1 didn't evt any lollof. Mr. and Mrs. lianry Yatcr. Miss Carrie Yatt-rwho has aaN- I munifl it improving. Mra. Jmihus Ynati and son, .Maatur of Mr. John llrimihlu of th ('. C). 1 couldn't oat, tiud slept ioorly. Ixslluvo If I hadn't heard of und tnltm , Mr. Harry Idea spuat Sun ay ia ltar.h.1. visitad Mr ami Mr. J. M. ruasL Cardul I wnulil lmvo died. I houKht Sunday. Ailaasa. uf Danvill with rolativus. Mr. and Mr. Win. (Irimt a i two rix Uittlea. after a coltihhor told tna Illirliinanil I. Kuloy upojit .Sun ay in Mr. W'm. lloflilsy, af Somcrsot ha IlllL. .UllllllltfM UIINI MllttjtflU V.A.It(kVM what it did for her. I "I becan to eat and rleep, lean tn Mr. and Mrs. Joe T liner, rctumoil to his homo after a visit with of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. .Smith of Pleas( pain my i trenxtlt und nnt now well ant Hill. t Mr and Mrs. Miluy Ilmxley. Mr. and Mrs. Cbarllo TutU were und strong. I haven't Lad any trouI surn ran testify to the j with l.uncaster frii'inls Saturc y for Morulamos Carriu Davidson and ble ilnco Mr. and Mrs. Yat- - Walkvr apont I I dnnt rood that Cardul did mo. , the day, Sunday with thtir ilauchti-rMr. and Win. Sutton were usts Wodnosdny think thcro la a better tonic mads of Mr. and Mrs. Win. Honians, of and I bcllovo It saved tny life." Mrs, Ollic (Ira ham nii'l bob visit-I'- d !.Mr. Koy l'rather, of McCrvnry. Mosdnmo MUUin U'urd an C. K. For over 40 year, thousands of wo1'oyntcr had lincuster. Mr. mid Mrs, (irct-ni- : Henry recently. Mr and Mr. Win. Kmhry und little men havo used Cardul successfully, for their Sunday visitors Mr. nnd Mrs. In tho treatment or tnauy wouiauly dnUKhter, Ituth, of Iincuster were Mrs. William Mnrscv end h y, of Alfred i'oyntcr nnd three children. ailments. Ijincustir, were visitors W'c. tavluy If you suffer as these women did. Mr. A. M. Glrdlcr, of Somerset, dinner uests Sunday of Mr. und Mr. Tom Yanti. of Mrs. Henry Yatcr. lake Cardul. It may help you, too. spent from Thursday until Sunday 13 5 Mr. C it. Henry and children have At all druceUU. Kdd Ilaker, und Uobcrt visiting Mr. and Mrs. J, L. Yantis. Ix-dI AMERICAN LEGION. reat ... i I t. The Central Rscord, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Nov 4. 1920 iunrns UWIbBBBbVi H If fNsBBBlM ON CLOTHING. v:l .: iiitlial J I if g u a,V nlu i ''n it those prices.) will sell I I' SBBBBBjr I fljH I 1 ureal t;u n more line suits for less thnn we expected, Men's Suilt $25.00 $30.00 $35.00 $40.00 $45.00 $50.00. Boy'i knee euti $10.00 $12.50 $15.00 $18.00 $20.00 $22.50. We are keeping the piality n) to standard "' ",al we could .sell this" stock of line clothing for thi veKiilitr prices, (they're Hut people epei't lower prices and hecmise people expect lower prices nU K'1 tlH'm 1,1 HART SCHAFFNER AND MARX CLOTHES, it means that we yj LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. a I SkS JiW qM UM 2'(L?MiJ sT 1 Mf J--l w wiw mU JV U 7' jH 'h'l ul 'W1 ULS ' I P I I P Co.)Ju;I, 1?0 WAJWMWAJBTVBWMWtiMVBVm AWI anBfltMMVIMVJ TO Nit luffnf ft Miri I HOUSK OF QUALITY i WmtkXamaSMmk&kmMimmmmu J B Copyricht n:o lUit Schatlarr S: Mux j mi ! ."wmilflVWkiMrMi'M . 1 Ion, testified tlmt In- - examined the' The negro convicts were made to fort Saturday following the assault shoe limit of Mim Parson's assailant believe tlmt if one of them was found on u warrant churging murder. He iiml that it wa made liy a broad-to- e to be the criminal that the entire lot va takento Harlan that night and shoe, lurh a is worn liy the would be lynched, the County Attor- cloeated for (cveral hours with offiIt wa proved that the doe- - ney raid. cials. After they heard ItU story be Superintendent Creene told Judge lief was expressed in hi. innocence. tor's shoe hui pointed. Houston llollntlny, the negro dish- - Hailey the prison warden had .ient He was given the freedom of the I .. I .. word that if the investigation began city under his "own recoi'niinncr." me I nMirr, nu wu on .1 uinncr on, win the only one of the negroes to fasten the crime on one of the neSunday he went over to the trail . .houed groes all should be returned to Frank- ugain with official and -- 00 cltlxcns. .,.. h.rv Ihut I... ' "v" nccoumcii loruv.ore the trnind jury e week n the case, left. Tk.. d..rf..r spent According to County fort for fear of a wholesale lynching. Monday the grand jury took up the om one. r.nvry. woo nervoune compluincil that (lie ceuniy uuimiri-twek to the trail anil i hen he wun. a near Attorne) Forester The negro at This was circulated among the prison- - case and heard Winnes and other witwith Uim reached the pike, which U about n'l"Xr '''n",,r tie would not Sheriff one time during hi grilling itiowed cm nnd destroyed any chance we had nesses. Thursday he was dismissed. ",r rnn" ' lrnr and indictment iUater of a mile above the convict!" lle wan convinced l.ller -" Indication, of breaking down, the of - to obtain evidence from any of them Before he left he told officials to let ..i.i camp, he took the Hke to the right declare , He eJiamineil I'tcial raid. For then the negroes nil began to es- - him know if he was needed at any r,""m K iNMM.I of followini: the trail. beltiKj"" I'rob Virtually At I'.nd. 1 Answering crltici.m that the time. tablih alibis for each other. J" uncertain which to take. Ilr iai.l he Thu. within two week after the ' In the meantime the detective envestigation should not have been al- Th County Judge Hailey was called looked for Ml.. Paeon.' track., but crime the investigation .rtually cea-nn,,oUl "00 end, officials settlement Forester's could net ,ee any Around the bend B,h,r ulUt ttU, "'l'1 , ?tilr" charged tothat thethe Harlan the con- to Mr. the County office and corrob- - gaged by thebe placed in school asked The Harlan olTlcmL. however, guards at jail and that Attorney regard- that Winnes orated nm''' Jhvn he pike, he teMilieil he came acn.M were hopeful that the examination of il the he be ullowed to grill him, but Counnneirro.leep,tthea.rcompreM..r.!,,,arnH fr,"M ,hp KU,,r,U U.,at ,our vict camp "had covered up" and made - ing Mr. (Ireene's statement. the garment would proc human it impossible for them to fatten tlu"I am positive we would hnu- - the ty Judge Hailey refused the request. " ncuro ami a.keil ' . , 1.1, '"' therein ' 1 aul- - crime on one of the negroes. They guilty man now if the guards had not The view was taken that it was not ' V .1 Kim about the road. The convict told ng tneir theory mat n V" "led water: Houston Hollodav dish openly iiccuM'il the camp authorities I ruld me the night the body was found just to allow Winne to be given the In irw ol nim ne ruum noi mKr li e irip nn wmhrr. who wu with Fieri- - m tlio of being lax 111 guarding the convicts I that every convict was accounted "third degree." Uie woman ,, ... the fact, howrver. that it had not tne pike aim took htm tiack iloivn tne' None of the negroes who were takand then with deliberately striving to for," declared Sheriff II. II. Howard. H road and showed him another path been established who wore the coat shield them during the investigation j "Although Murcum, in charge of the en to Frankfort the day after the which led back into the trail to the '"'JL . the nftei niton of the crime, its value ' rht" ,W" laU" ""! Commonwealth's Attorney H Cnint convicts, knew that the body had murder was committed apd the day school, several hundred yard, beyond r',u1;'1 u h us evidence was open to ipjrstion. hi noun wiiii ine gunrns 10 eai Forester win the first official with been found, he did not come to the before the body was discovered was ..... The State Hoard of Health report- the point where .Miss corrcipondent talked after j camp that night but stayed at his called before the grand Jury. slain, which he took He hid iio',"B'u'r' i,n' '"K'lier had gone bckwhom ed this week that chemical analysis I examined the only negro Among these was one of the negroes home. lnv work, unaccom-- , umv, in i.nr.an trouble in getting to the .showed that It was not human blood. further that night, who, so far as 1 knew. who had returned unguarded to the panieii ii' me guani. cnw,, e said. Commonwealth. Attorn? Talks. T- l- m...l .lami.i-ii.i- r .vldenrr lend. might have been the man but was I mountain during the dinner hour. Miss I'arsons. evidence shows, after NM.o.i. . 1. ' "The teachers thought we should f lng to Incnmate I)r Winnes wa. the A new spirit of determination and convinced ne wasn i guniy aiier inr l'" i fiuards who went back to the camp have held Dr. Winnes. They jumped examination. dlffertncr sn the time Is supposed to truiinK lh' toward running down u short dlMance, nm, to the conclusion that he was guilty K hay. taken him to make the trip to ul fof the criminal seems In evidence here. Guards Admit Mislak. w,,hl" the moment the body was found. . ,,lnncr lMU)lH. the settlement school and the time The citizens of Harlan are anxious "Wheh I returned to the camp "' 'nt " tweet, the point where the trail We did not believe he was guilty. the trip u.ually requires. guards told me that every resource be exhausted in Sunday several of the " rroMP, " "" Dr. Winnes told the grand Jury.""" Feeling here, nearly mountain and the com- - The clrcumstuhlin! evidence might the She was attllrkrd tlirri- - mtrnrk wi-r- . ,,av,, lnten ,ro,,-ugh for us to they were wrong, that there were two months County Attorney Forester said, that uressor The wagon containing both ' after the crime, still is nl blow, on the arm with .. fence live negroes who might have commit- high. .c , ,.fliri. lhv have held him had the convict camp llmir(, , he left Million between I'J and 1':.10 The mountain folk, pointing J ... . not licen there. Five negroes, the ted the crime. Hut if one of them out that such an act is foreign to the o'clock and armed ut the school tall and after a desperate struggle was Irugged behind the rock. TheL. I it " ,I111' I""' I'li'nty of them to shows, might have commit-- . evidence about I o'clock, but did not know the they testified The wagon ma I 111 mountains where women have always I blows In her head, which caused her 'cover up. ted the crime. exact time of his arrival. Testimony been afe, are keenly distressed at the trip around the pike death, were delivered while she lay 1, ...... ....... . .,..! "' was busy In court at tbe time of failure to fasten the crime on the ..,i h,. 1. of witnesses at the school varied from ! but theory is. as there , ,, ,he. ,1ni,,' guilty mun. KobInfon entinK expedient thing for us to have taken j,tht J:30 to i o'clock. It u.ually require. and that work over to " "tr rioimiikmule- the view that the doctor was guilty hjj ,1Jnf)l M ,hl. wuU,r nrrek two hours to make the trip on worked night' and day on the case. Tim. back. Ntro ,runch. The trail which the wo-- 1 The people were clamoring for con- - 1 out of his way for, Jerry lleedy the negro at the com- - man crosed is in plain view from I victlon. The Pine Mountain School offered money out of my own pocket The doctor went evidence against m distance, but it is proved that this j pretsor. insists that it wus after the where Kobinson was, evidenre show- - inlluences a large vote. One of the in an effort to get guards suggseted to me that it was one of the negroes." would have delayed him only ten or train had returned that Winnes Senator Hrock also joined in the Do fiftevn minutes at the most, whereas J pea red. The train goes back past the Itohinson claimed that he hauled to my interest to push the case condemnation of the camp guards, all the difference between the time he convict camp about I rUfi o'clock. water over to the pluce on the pike against the doctor. You see there is whom, he said, should be dischargof made the trip and the usual length of ' J. H. Caldwell, steam shovel guard, where the men were at work nnd circuit judge's race next year, ed. He deplored the laxness nt the "Hut rather than nttemnt to time, according to his own story, us testified that he went up the trail 'then took part in a crap game. It .100 us that of other witnesses, was; about t oVIock and tlmt he. did not was near Itobinson's bunk that the I rami a mini whom believe innocent camp and pointed out that with . . ..... t .... 1. .. im Tll.it it 1,1 1... I t .1 Inn.l Ml. Iwillf i.M.I Vna.ll.K. HI. Iiaii.I .1.1. ..1. .,111, .. n il.nl If. Vl'11... 1.1 .if 1U1UIII.11NII1IHI I n..l - convicts going to . work on . the roads , .IIIIVA 11...... ll. . . .. . Mft 11.1 .IVM. .1..!.. .III' IM.IUlll,liri lUiti Wll. 1UUI1II. IIOIIIII- - I y'U negro. Iteedy. maintains Winnes 1 and a half. denied wearing it. It developed lence. and he might have been con-'"- " ilt in Ir. Winnes testified, according toienred long after Caldwell went past the coat belonged to the cook, who victed under pressure of an aroused , Heceut declines in leaf tobacco In the County Attorney that ho took hi Inn hw way up the road to the steum, testified that some of the negroes i public sentiment, I would sacrifice, Kentucky anil Knstern North CaVolina Su,e Convict. Are Innoc.nt. time In making the trip and that was shovel. Any attempt to connect Pr. had borrowed it and that the blood any political ambition t may have. prompt the belief among tobucco men Captain Marcum, In charge of the that the peak of high'prices for leaf the only way he himself could ac-- 1 Winne with the ennve was predicated was due to huiulliog a beef u few The crime bears all eurmurks of that prisoners, soys he is convinced none has been passed, say the Wall street negro" count for the length f time it re-- 1 on the uumptton that he went up' d.iv before. The tag number on the ,,f quired Wilson Lewis. Dtlllon man to trail bohind Mia Parsons aftcricoat proved it belonged to the cook, I When que tinned a to specific evl - of hi Muurrie committed' the crime. Journal. They do not expect to see i took inni sianu ngni at ine stun prices again climb to the undreamed who hired ii mule to Dr. Wituies, tes-- 1 the pike and that after the Superintendent Creen of the camp deuce of certain witne.-we-, the Com- tilled that the doctor Itlt Pillion cninc ufts committed, returned to the testified and a negro named Hrad miinweulth's Attorney was able to und I am sticking to it," he said. of levels reached under stimulus of pike and then over to the compressor, i ahaw had it ifn the mountain Tucs- - give only more or less general an "We are now prcp.inng affidavits war conditions. From the standpoint about lt:.'IO Setenil persons at the settlement i day. Itradthuw was one of the neg- - swers. He wus busy trying cuses which will prove none of our negroes of manufacturers this is the most bulDillion. testified that Dr. Winnes act- - roes who were returned to Frankfort and his brother, the County Attorney, did It." lish development in The train reached Dillion at Seven prisoners have escuped since ed like a man who was oithor "craz the day before the body wa found. he explained conducted the Inveitiga-- . There is no likeihood that declines o'clock, Miss Parsons und Dr. Winnes the cant was established in May, in leaf will make it necessary for r drugged, and that he remained tiou before the grand Jury. went to the little store and poitoffice Negro. Left Alon. a long time in his room after his arThe camp guards not only did not Murcum raid. There is little incen- manufacturing companies to take u of II, II. I.cwii, whete the doctor sugWhen the guards left the moun- rival. help us in the investigation," he said, tive for them to leuve, he explained. lo.s through depreciating inventories. gested to the teacher that she should tumaiilc for dinner tuclv or fifteen sentence IEcccntly manufacturers have broken but thev imi.ele.1 it. shielded ,i a most of them are icn-lnDr. Winens told u young inun who not walk over the mountains but ul- 'convict were left alone for some ,0,wo ','ar' aml ,en away from the practice of carrying convict and made it impossible fori0' from helped him teat the cattle that a low him to ttvt u mule for her. She 'time .it "the rock." which is located their time for several yeur'' supply of leaf. The !'la" ur thanked him but said she prefered teacher had started over the trail several hundred yard beyond the us to find the guiKy man." t beginning of the buying season finds Asked us to what further steps 1nch mon,h ll,t'' work i ahead o him. The next day he told compressor. Four other guards, who to walk. No Rporl Of Evidence. be taken, the Commonwealth's supplies ut a low ebb, which affords He then told her he would be glud evc nil of the women ut the school hud been in charge of prisoners a an opportunity to replenish depleted The inailquucy of the ordinary to pay for the mule. She again "lid learned. tluit she had not appear-thanke- d quarter of il mile beyond the rock Attorney applied, after a moment of that he would resubmit thejquisitorial machinery of a country to stocks of raw material at lower Winnes left that afternoon for went to this point to get him and entered the post-i'- L their dinner case to the next gruml jury, which cope with n crime of this character. prices,. This serve to reduce work- rankfort. The nex n.k'ht the lm.lyliml foUM office to send her suitcase by parcel nrKroM unKUar,k.(l( will convene in January. .. v,htrrf minute iietad may be Impor- - lng capital requirement. Thl I the post, ana men sinneu on nown me i they Uattiled. .r...i..K They reached there "What else can be done?" County tont, suggests Itself to one after n first time since 1U1-- that conditions Discovery of the truck of a broken ,cfor,. io.-jIll the meantime Dr. railroad. they said Attorney J. C. have drifted in that direction. .( eight feet to the side of the af. Winnes hud rent word to Wilson ,hat ,u.,r. ter he had given Forester declared,evl- - itudy of the steps taken in Harlan Jn shurp contrast to the decline in the substance Of .....- - . . .. ...,. .,, ruy u County. ..v ...r I.ewis. owner ot tne mu.e. who liven ntgru irMmi,r wcnt 0,r lhe dence before the grand Jury und This shoe, wit' , tit fill It I It til fl I ft is , llsn There is no record of the testimony the Southern markets are the ada short distance away, and as soon figured the evidence. ..ttil.l niii ..V J. ... 1V.I..I1. i..,,,,. pointed out that "ut least five . B..1 ...II... I ...1.1. .1... and nejrroei of any witness, except brief minutes vances recorded in Wisconsin urn, miiivii nun I Oil I u"nbnut " o'clock as Lewis uppcured with the animal, might have comntltctd the crime." kept by the grand Jury. The law Connecticut markets, Prices there Jvtt"y Winnes started. The last he w of the mule of Winnes rode The brok-- l negro who worked "The grand Jury," he said, "ha de. does not provide for stenographic re- are 30 per cent above last year. . Mis Parsons .the doctor tcMlfiivl, en shoe was taken off the mule and at the compressor and who piloted the dded there wa not enough evidence port of thu grand Jury evidence. At These grades are used by cigar manufitted Into the track. This evidence doctor buck on the trail, was when she disappeared from view walked to to was no value. Harlan officials said, inmci anyone, it heard every the Coroner' inquest, which conduct facturers. Cigar manufacture still down the railroad track. the rump for dinner and returned to witness who knew unything that had ed by a Magistrate, no record wu face rising coit and further advances however, owning to the fact that the the From Dillion to the convict ramp mountain He went back before a bearing on the kept. Nor wa any record made of in price are likely. case." I walk. same mule had been over the trail the guards did. Caldwell, the steam-shova fifteen or twenty-minut- e No reduction In cigarette prices U Thu camp guard, prevented the the story told by Dr. W'inne. Thus, Cluurds and men engaged in construc- previously during the week. man, who ulio returned before for at present. However The owner of the mule swore that the guards, said Heed was at the com- Harlan authorities from holding a the chance of linking up the evidence looked tion work nt the camp were eating successful Inquiry, the. County Attor- sifting it for contradiction and mak- price for these grade of leaf are dinnrr at the time Miss Parson walk- he went over the trull with the mule pressor when he passed. ney declared, and he, like hi brother, ing loose ends meet were reduced slumping, but tobacco being purchai-e- d ed down the railroad track past the September 4, that he returned SepSk Print Rmt)U Convict's will not go into manufacture unopenly charged that the guard "cov- materially. camp, their testimony shows.. They tember 8 and went back ugaln Sep, Dr. W'inne was arrested in Frank- - til 1021 flnisheil eating when the doc- - tember i) nnd that the animal did not J. 1). Carter, City Attorney of Har- - ered up." had not kk- - lor appeared .according to their wander from the trail on uny of these stone. Tlx' doctor uai directed tiy ' t ri ; iitxl that lie hml never know n Nr.WKI) negros Ht the rump to take a tluiljhlm to leave the trail. (Continued from first page) following dlevery of the lioily, which meet, the trail Mis Panen.l announced It had exhausted nil pos- - tHk about half wu between the Sheriff II. II. Howard went to theilile evidence ami roillil not find an railroad ami the pike rtNiil on the! scene of the crime arid after cxamjnThey placed the time ink' the coriwe. visited the convict mountainside indictment. ... 1... .. . , .. rump irai ingm. " ""ul by the A detective employed The guard toll! him all the seven Doclgr Mtfli Nfiro, Mmmi.tn M.nlMtirnt School, who t MURnr.K PKOHK lit: I ' ; con-victi- i. Pine" 1 I . ! nt ""' .i..r...i 1 i """""" 111-- l. ."' v1"' r .rl allnt '..,,11 1 " '". T'iTVm"' ii" u' "' !....... 11 I , '"t " l"' ''"'''"; Fi. C.i.. Ml ,j. . 1 -I- ,.. ... imin-hun- t. ... j ... ... ll ' f - fw i ,,e , 11 t up-le- d. EXPECT TOBACCO TO REMAIN LOW. "Not Manufacturers Think Prices Will Soar Again, The Journal Says. ' I mil-we- ll J..I.-II.- I.. . 1 1 1 lt.:u up-jso- n '"". -- . 1 ,7"" croiig ' Tchr Lav. , five-yea- r. ! '"rkl'' ' roiu1'-migh- ,ri. .,.,, """ , , The Central Record. Lancastei YOU don't uscns much as you do of , Ky., Thursday Nov 4, 1 920 Bl!r., i . Live Stock News A most other Making Powders. It lus more than ordinary leavening strciiKth. You save about half. You don't pay a biff price for It's sold at a Calumet mCKkr..L. price that represents another saving. YcinLm't fed uncertain aa. to Unkings ncvor fjil by TeH " below BREAKING Take Plenty HORSE TO RIDE and Do Not cf Tim Frighten Young Animal Galls Separately. Teach , the proven standard of "llcst Calumet never (all Mfcen n bur, i. in l n fir rib ilM It l well tit break (Mm to .MtrtaV. titt'e nMl Tin pill wak4 Mm noteler t ril.. llnr-e- s Nni-In iistwHj tlrixiith sw llr' nm- t rhle. take ploMy nf and ihi mtl frhtrtteii lllin. I'ul mi It..' saddle nml tnii I him around aeeii.tiuHftl tn It. Iii ill. hi lit- .k' liuve tin- - clrtb Iihi iIlM. 'Hi.' i initv be tied iii fnr n time nml la-itrtir.l liitM a iwdditrs, wltli ltr ll'l'lii mi, in ii'Iihh Ihe ,lire in Mils inimtfl sfiilns hh uihI off a number nf I me. 'I'lii- - nlintil itHM Ituve i ! mil toil art won I the horeV ta .i"'t iihi through ihe rtnr ' I'll If llll' llettlll III I ti lii 111 hIiIi 4 krfc nit - (tonkin? Hum- frr. ! t 1 1" httr ui-i- I I c t ,1 ....Limit inul l t Mm' until .ul.'y 1 It possesses the highest quality ever put into a Baking Powder. Contains only such invjred icnt - as hava been cffl- cod Auti.jri au. endo- 1 by Unite J, Ftatca tlie 7orliVs and Modern lUl.Ing I"owdcr pUnts. It I ' Important llut y.w ;v crl ttrntttlit whrat fl.'ur (not sc.. riling lourj ard Mire ng powder CiUmet For weeks, for months, it keeps as frv-- h ar.rl full of itt r;th ni the day it left the Lar:et,mo act 'icj, 1 Rrclp Yolkj of 8 rgg 1' ,cjpso( Rfan- II at.'ll HUiT, zj cup of water. t cup of butter. 2' 5 cupa pantry Calumet Hiking Vi'ider. 1 tahicpiion of vanilla. Then mix in the tcgu la war. Ctla r.oij c.k. t'o" alcvelfca-p"oh- 3 you Itt w if Ii to i ut.ii ti mantled by sound health. v"ii'n 1 Mounting a Horse. I flllHlllHr Mllh llw Hl4l!bl mi II lM,'k, "Mil lIKuiU. llw Imiiiih,'. icIifllliiM- - nll III" lb.- - Ittir-IH hl . do ! hm IhihI -- ImriM) n rlil' The llrt lilw se It ilwn -- IiuhIiI be III H H.lll llirlo-iir- .' 111- HARMONY. 1 till Ijiwson arc the guvilf of Mr. nml Mrs. Hnmp .Mr. anil Mr, ' - laitcbt eNirni' fe rile ImiiIiI be tin Mini lint walk: new teach the trot. , -- liullltl not be ll.-'- ! the miller Cartenvilli. J tiiillllli Imr"- - M well l.rnLin. Ali' Several younu folk from here at. mil he tnucllt in fU'i "Hilille li. tended the baptizinc at Hcocli Grove Ti'i leach a linr-- e In rsi'k. be "lintlM Church, ye.terday. I ... .ImmI with llfilit hm- - nr imiie n belilml. Sl Mm. Mauley's boy, John and family nil In front und heat) l Hiik-- well back III the addle. Ju- -t forand PoukIu and family are in from ihr bnre nut nf n walk and be wi' Connersvile IniL Keep dim at It fnr only li nirk. Mr. and Mrs. Geo Hoskin and It l a Imrt ilUtuiiie nt a time children wen KUest Sunday of Mr. litis. ne at flrt new Kiilt tn lilin and I lr mid Mrs. Mat Collctte. The Halloween Party given the After Ihe call l l'nied the ilurailim the school children by their teacher, nf iIih le.wm may I cr.nliinll Mrs. John Colson und little duunh-tcJonctta are visitinK Mr. 1 J. Mrs. Callcbs, Oct. 30th., was to quote "lleil. the children "a roaring success." Vanhook, of Lancaster. SWINE PASTURE Mr. V. M. Tankersley, of Colum- The house was decorated suitable FIRST-CLAS- S bus, Ind., it visiting Mr. and Mrs. for the occasion und after many had been shown "The Ghot" nil w'erc Good Qraring Keep Animals In Bet Andy Johnson this week. ttr Health and Reduces Oanger heartily entertained in games which Sir. L. J. Vanhook and fumily of of Hog Cholera. lasted from 7 to U I. M. Hefresh-inent- s Ijinraster were KUcsts Sunday of Mr, were served by Misses Pearl A plea for real and Mrs. C. F. Vanhook. ln.tlire not Colson, und Lucy Vanhook, Messrs.' l made .v.l'orvt Mr. Mobcrt Cress wife and siiter, Luther und James Collctte. Music, .Imply bos ant. Henry of Hover Minn, .t well kimwn Mis Nannie Cress, of Splrro, for the orension was furnished by In. Illilte leader for Hie scrlrriliunil are.visitinK Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Thos. Colson and J. M. Collette, which extension dlvMnii nf tile- - M!iinn! was lively enough to make ull forget college of ngrleiiliure Mr lb un h hind a Misses Myrtle Iiryant. Okie and Then good old nights were said audi lleve. In plvlnc lb- f Ihe ire.ifment and Oeie Hoskin. and Kster Vanhook, nil told the hostess how thew wished lentil nt lea.t nilierfarm animal, ntleiitlnu rjient Sunday with Misses Klin and Halloween to come more often. lie .av: Klizabeth Klan. The inn- -t prntltlihle lirn: tnrtar- - l Mrs. W, C. Moskins was railed Virtue In Poor Match.. II pa.tlire n birse tlut the hoc do U It I"- - alfalfa r I'erlinps, after all. there Is some vir- nut rat f it away from her home Sunday by the They don't or iliiver what remain iinrafen nt ile In poor matches. sudden illness of her son Preston rlke. Answers. London. eul and i irreil Into Imvlus time inn An ai re nf alfalfa nr timer will Itav III ike a iniirb.!'rk. o far u 1' mn . ii.imI, a an acre nf rnri Tlie one . htiHil. up the farm ami nipil"-- ven' funu MMle liilmr: the irtlnr nuufr b'ch 'iMtlbiv ami require irb'iil liibnr "CimhI pH.llire not only luate rluiin n.irk bill keep Ho- - lo'it In mmh hr l R. E. McROBERTS, Lancaster, Kentucky. 1. r henlth and rediwe Hie Hanger fn the" Imi; ilinleni to a mlmniuin lis. hog muma - urnwn n gn'ln ' atone and at ihe ' li.ni..' for Id nlier anil Mrs. John Stvnnctt arc visiting Mr Stennett's parent at Mr. Moskins. near Paint Lick. Quite n number of children in this community are sutferinc with bad1 colds however we hope to have them in school again soon. Mr. T. F. Maker from Vila Grove' III., are visiting Mrs. .las. Muchlctte, who entertained in his honor Mr. Mamp Mc Query. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Huchletet, Mr. and Mrs. Mob Shaw. Mrs, Ja. Mrewer. who has been visiting relatives in was called home. Saturday by the sudden illness of her little dnuk'htcri Guta, who Is intrnsly sulferinir from tonsi- l The sull IhmiIiI ly The tlrt -- - came nf tlivir own volition anil rang. Much cures aru already rrportril. CoOnlT Foil. iil thmntrWM around the irrtng.) Amuiigst th country people. Ihere Wal.h himself fell prttralc and r lllen a re- is no doubt 'hat these remarkahle irtnlliiil far iinnr ttmn, H aswofltwl with Ihe inarkable thing . Jw?einM. Gives ws seon l he oMtMg frmn tl II..is. hnHMnlii'r. which keep everyone, n)itwal tinre I he pe mlly in tn country towns, in a of Hil ns Mow irmtiptnuigji wr the stautte. Story nerrrnm trtwloii immn iMrttml nln.i . state af eiirowe They rsgnrtl tiwm at mi imervenuot and jnwplr rnie in cnvl t. The Virgin ApThey beHttve that f PrstWdrtnce ass a; t tit pf'cflNiermn ami Ui MlWne lMiriliitin tl wtet. w" ' To Colthv town .if Templenmr wwiW hv rvmm rf thriw f9it 5if. ert into TMMpirNMtn l a Iwuse f a htn humr4 ap in the reretit Irwilde ' A pepe wU am Heopt) Migmus. lege iwrnesl lwn. awl it m wro Uie tw and wlw ate m much etntcd a the thut tlieir iwiwiiesi MANY CUKT.S KUI'OKTKD. letrHrtiH mi lh ecahni Irtsh new am. by 4ll that w hap-frm IC arouwl lliore. cn Iwrilly fnil lo uf the military teprtsaks. Hugh Our ran. Il Crowds liegHN l visit the houne of be nmvwl by event so mysterious and pwlitleul truubte. Dwiin. mid in nler to aiieemmoihite ' welni Temilemot.i. for the time DublinThe nlrwidy com4lratel ciinuult. I likely (he peoile ami tne them opportunity being, will beeoine a sort of mercii l be further Hbarrned by th to see for thcMMlvc the utues were for the sulTering m body, and no less snipormtturtil. Thut t the opinion plnceil on u table All roiihl see for, will ll be the objeetlve if those wlniSe nf Many comet nine tin- - reported theiTle the WimmI then eongenliil i wtrtttM no Lws strung thun m Nt Tmiliimori', a on the statue. nuinlfestiitioo 'heir rcllgMWt feeling. I M tiiwn 1h Ctiuiity TiHu'rnr. ItlteMOtltlg to note that It- Olhr Wondfr. Krpnrled. n rwnntly thr c uf tin- Theii other wwrnlrm followed. wan Cothollc prioetk uf the town murder f a police ufflrer. nistrict(.urr1 f ,.flrmw irinliH were re maintain an aUltude of .trict detoch Inspector Wilson. On the night portnl These ented the whole , went regttlig the minicf, although the tHUrder police and military broke r.iv.hborhood t a tremendous decree' ome f them who visited the plare looe ami shot up and burned right. an, ln,. rfWjrt spread over the whole nd nw the results nuiiuf not help Hf and left by way of reprisal. The t) Sun-hithous ! being astotiMhed town ball was destroyed, mi in U- - jM, f . , 0M(. im,, Templsmnre destruction a military oilicer. Cap- - frow all ports, many even from Hub And Wltch-tni- n Meattie, of the .Vurthawtim IUgt-jiirm,Kht I 11 uitklhem the! 1 C.ye uent. teceived mjurie, from which 11 nazel eip VVeaK p tU ami the . . ... ... ...1, 11,... iu.... , ' the kopts UtH. roreivtng nblind, all m . 1... i'i ""-of l.antaiter people arc iistnni.lied at miraeuloii.j among lhe'fHri,. ated remains were found l hy simple guiu. numUrr at cures are the quick results ,','',ru' repnttsd. vtitrhhaiel. tainphor. hydmntis, etc.. It was fullwwlng te,sc Hupjniags 0ae newMiper cot rsHidint a. j mi'xed it Niiopik eye wash Itt it Templemore that the disclosure ', MtP,t mr tiai h,. saw one person, aajone case of weak and nearly sight came of strange event b.rth In the w, Jfrrlly hap,.PM mUd. who had.ed ryes a few days ue brought great tjwn and in the neighborhood. Ht walkH In years, get up nml improvement another case it j wall, about. .htse are hard to evpmin. An e soldier iimiihhI Moppe.1 eye ains and intlamation. At the lamse of a small farmer at , Monaghan proudly tell, how he wai We guarantee a small belli uf U-- I urryhien. some rnllo- - out. lived a mvajbled from th- - army two years optlk lo help ANY ('ASIC weak, youth of sixteen and f years., ,K frMM gutvsliot wuunds in the leg, drained or inflamed eyes. i Walsh, a student at ,. 1,4,(14 j riwn by the rioting tnutn eye cup FltKK Mclib. it's ( utercian College Very pkius and ,,,mr ,My, before Templemore. He Drug Store (AiUrrtt.ement. I fa wonderful impressive demeanor.) trawled from his own hsme across this youth was stated to have had! the road to llwan's nn4 the boy PriZC Hog III Hotel, vision, of the Virgin Mary nho ap- - Walsh applied the rrucltlx lo his leg , m,,h,"k ' ,"" oeariMl to him in the gnrb of a nun ft,.r J"1 f,,rKttmt pam he! , ,n, M"n,,"y ! blf, h? S.,. Virii Apo.sred. Hi. leg better ami he ran back fHd "'",t. a" t On one occasion she informed him to hi. own home, where he wn, joy 1UUt ,,a,wl,', " J""'or cnampion porker. that the miracle Of l.ounles would be t.,tu ,.,.-,v.- -i k l.. t, tt.r .i Mrlghllig 3fiU nnd valued at repeated ill Ireland, and that he Ilk leg. which was pain StO.OOll arrivedpounai prumlncnt He. at a would be ihe instrument of maklngjful to toiirh. wa. now quite natural Moines hotel in an eipentlve lutoino-bile- , On a further ocra.ioti theand without psin. it known walked into the hotel lobby cn Virgin appeared in the hou.e where A youth who had not liecn able as he rijsided on the lloor chalked a sput. to walk for vears except with crutches oarpetji especially for his sisit. and at her request the youth brought had the u.e of hu limb, restored and I registered by J W Carmlciuel, Mr a spade and dug a hole in the shapo h, delit.'hte.l father sma.'ud up the; retary of the National Swine Show, used for a picture and then snorted From of a heart tins shot up a, crutches before Hie assembled multi t.. , . fori solume of water and instantly re ,g tude manv of whom took piece, ,W"y h"UK,',"' Vshe"' ou. statuetts which were in the l.ous i.ouvenirs. least a half dozer' he T..1" spent the night in rooia. TELLS ORIGIN OF IRISH MIRACLE Correspondent Of First -- hiw peared Student. lrh we hu cle4 ttl Tern-idcmn- , s,h .J.. 1 i"""' ... ! j pro-iucei- fr one-hal- Alum-Jante- Ito-ir- ea " .. aa Ju""-'h- '" 'l-v.- tor '' -- r, ' ' i WHEN GET READY ir jv. Van-hoo- ' bs eH TO SAVE MONEY ON niie-lmi- WHAT YOU EAT AND WEAR siiiij 11 bOflb IS HIGH Save One Third Of The Expense This t By Heating Your Home With A Winter SWINE REQUIRE CLEAN LOTS Will find it a very simple metier to Co so. In almost ever town there is always ONE STORE that stands in a class by itself because oftthe quality of its floods and the service it renders to its patrons. Not Enouab Attention Paid to Pens by Many Hog Raiser- s- Worms Thrive on Dirt; Our customers will tell you that WE ARE THAT STORE. Moores Air Tight Stoves i reii lots tmr I'lioilgb alt'iiHnli 'Voriu are "tie oi' "i mi m li Iteirlil tiiiriv pl!! nf lo'b bi (Mi lie that itie ess on rniiml wnrla ami the lung won llivi-if.'-i- ttoii A great luaii bmt rrtitr l. do not Naturally then this is the place to SAVE MONEY ON WHAT YOU EAT AND WEAR. n" ''' i Burns The Cheaper Grade Of 'Coal And Makes More Heat. All Kinds Of Heating Stoves and Ranges. The Prices Are Reasonable. ! iraw piles mil ir- Imrlmred In old ' nun. .ihs. dlrlv hit ! nte of he Im"C inWfanl of pn' tni . v tiling worm i I" elian op the ',H f "f liiliiilidsi- - 'be ' at ' fhu UI Ihirn ' iii. which wi S""d phm r" ,ni' neat be- - l l ....... it,.'. lio. ,'i.litilv fill nf I he win Mimri.... iiiol at ll"' Minir llltie p I. jiii I hem ''' '- pritit GREATER DEMAND FOR MULES Farmer I Fortunate Who Has or Two to Handle Peak Loast Poster Requirements. s flr IE Big A. T. I Goodloe & Walker Bros. de ir...i.. i. huh aie fnr n mule iitmid ami blcber priis-- for "ii' than have ever Iweii Known. nale Is the farmer who ba a pair nr lH''' two kept to handle the er reqillrenieiiU nf slimmer months, ile will be able to sell ihem this fall t a substantial adrautst. K1 nter 1 Store 1 Scott & Son, Props. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Nov 4. 1920 Kill That Cold With -' TRACTORS ARE DISPLACING HORSES I Eruptions of the Skin i 1 Cause Torturous Itchinj? j CASCARA ron Colds, Cuuhi QUININE eOM.VV JjfV I I AMI L Grippe MeRltJ Takenn.hancc. Qnlnino in ihM Kan1 ' Oripn in Ilif.k.t Culd.. up DJitfproua handy lor lh Rut sn.oa. uV '' U ' Hebew l I.aillv N OnW'i !" H.tth Ca - Tom- - If you are afflicted with any form of kin disorder, you nrc noil acquainted with the (laming, bum-in- jr Itrhlnc that theso diseases pro dure. Skin diseases arc caused by an impurity or disorder In the blood, nnfl there li no real and renulno relief within your reach until such Impurities arc removed. S.S.S. hai Riven rrcnt satlsfoc-tio- n In tha treatment, of thesu dU. orders, became it It tich a thoroughly Mtiifnetory blocd purifier. It cleanses the blood of all impurities, and thus counteracts the effect of tho germs that attack tha skin. Jlejrin taking S.S.S. today, and If you will write n complete history of your caic, our medical adviser will flvc you expert advice without charge. Address Chief Medical Adviser, 153 Swift Laboratory, Atlanta. Ga. ii ALL DRUGGISTS SELL IT mI kia I iT'ii rdrl iiomaC) McROBERTS I Urn U DRUGSTORE I rtior has all the new I uiutur nafulnm using mt n unr rir. rour .f inn 'ne i.li nfiTiiin' in. uere ru. uieme .i.r nm j in nri',' COLUMBIA if liHt h'h iriirtiir tri' ui.iii, Ibf I'hIhiI RjECORDS nimitnlne 'ni srm' Vbt. nl rt Come in and lnfltlnHbii n' luin imrtir tnirtur Un'tin-rii' hear them. nmb' n tn j IiiiHi:hIIiiii llluii. earrlil luff rih)llhe nm k WHY NOT Deposit Your and Become Independent The Garrard Bank & Trust Co. j Conjuring at Mom,. From a noel "She IimhII lilm empty emelnpe. from olilch he trncled n letter." ear Movki ' ei nmui ' Ni i "HI A South America. morle Mm M.uii- - American mmii in Smith Amerien before r,MM were inintlr French, thru. The uwl J"" The time in hut before you mine, mi inpli. In Ibe lie" plghhorhooil will think you were the ne who ued It Knna City Unful Chicken, ' i I i , " 8lr y uiui an ,, nU) itld "A M rtitrken nntnitilt ilere .fnJii he nm jtah be am ilcail." .ivf ,., iillf ,m It is not so much how V OTHERS' mnke their n it it how doc it meet the approval of the most critical consumer. WHITE SWAN, meeting the test and defies a superior. We are in the market at all times for wheat, rye, oats, corn, and barley. We will sell you ours or buy yours. Flour, meal, mill feed and hay for sale or trade. is i oik ui .ina Morfcf. ml lili lie II I i. ! Imi'M il.nr w lull lIlHIi Lin ill II uf Mll I In IId1 miliii'ii'i i f On' iiiinb in (be liw mi Imrri liilmr icrnun. Ibi r fHrm nf lln-- e i nf Mimimr mid fall of l'.lls mi I'M Ih- llii- -e ."i m ili- -l l r X: 'I li- fiitm em nf Ibe IIIImWii Ntew nf ii.' nil iiwinfN of Tbe Mil lij n riiiren-nliithN tin'-- .' furm- - m mih-- i nf r ( SlHlei liMirlini il nf HSrteUlun. HHil -my. nutn. Imrle,! ae, Hre: liifiiriniitlnii mi nil fnrtn 'I'lie lHiiilrj irHllminil iMllirriil. rW. mi Unit tb l OhI) Ibe li)4eMl ii full mtslit be Htitir in Ih).h 1) i ! l nml In alt ll hi lln iu-- l In iHHiMr nf mi In Ilie nine liiillmm. Illlniii-- . I"" n MIiHirl. btlltC nk h til too NHMii f .iT mi "f 'I'lif nttHaber nf linr- Kiinn nml N'brnkn. In lulf iitrallllfn were MleiI Hi 'Im- -i- furtH- - l nl-- ii nbnWM. lilll lin In in- -. t ferVn Imi Iiu ii dmHN :i In Hbetlii'i lull a lurgi- - iiiiiiiImt f tnn'lur .l ill.' nrh l I is ill. K iBnff .11 npi'inllim. Tbe lltfiiniHitlmi riMll nf lb elmHcn. lrlel) mh1 n uniKil. "Iilli-- H'rliii Summary of Retults. I'll) iiilii'ti!i- - mill l Iln- - fajrm- I til. I'M N SIHTIll EHllh" I ISrl.lt -- iniimarliMt lh- - am tinHlHi .. tin i.-it tin lili Ii mlslil be ! j lriifiijil fuel, ftrmtsht iml Ii llil- - null niru ii iriiHiir mi nii iimil III I Tbi' MHIllxf nf jiihI iirmiilatt' i mi nf llkf . itf w III form aMiHrliii: Slil' iiere-n- tl '.mi, w 111 ll trnrlnr- - bflil i ll lilll fur il. -- iiiirihi iil- - tiiri- - ihhiIi hiM h'H r frm imr nr mer. ilriivin Hre mil iIiibiI imiimi 2. Tlii- - mene immluT nf tlllukie n.k Itiml Iihi tin fl k niliHlttiM- - In r hnr-- e Iwri-ii-ii- l frnm I'll1 In lie :ihiIhIiIh Uifiiriimtkin itnifllnj niti". ItsH lifter Ibe mr'!i-- i' nf the Inietnr ii in trm it Mm' nn'rMtri mil nf KM ill- Rang, of Conditions. Hilln,lv hm plmvlu-- j jiIhiiiI bnr-llll wbleb WiihM To ulilillli iiniI Imrr.nvliiL. mur ii aniTMie i 4 i Hi); III hIIuwi'iI in-i- r ile In BW rv hnr-tixllili- - iih effurl In Ihii,I Iilli- - nhlln I lie t mi i nr iih ,irl imiTliit trniiiir uiirnlli In Hi. iiihii) ilirremil nimlHlmi- lii ft. Tbe IIIIIiiIiiT nf lmrn i'i I hi' niiiHlli it- nml Iwinr rti I lb- - IrHetitr- - mi tlm-- i furiilo fl n t hlewl niiii muui' frmit Hihir-cmenieil by Ibe munl'i'V It win iih ii fnrin- - M.HI ranted (roiH lint I" iii relnln fur mm eiilMtiillnii ImIH The wilU rlnl from be nim ntlier wnrk ittrrent lit tbe auw suiiiIhi ibnmsb nil t... Hum. "Iilrli ilu imclnr intibl mil iln Ion iii tu liciil. ilrlfllliE. iiu.Ii It. Tbe hiirn reiiiiilnlrir mi tln- -e oil- f the L'llllitui -- i4l mm Sunn' fnrini nm ilnliis nbutit Tft kt ecut of llie-- e 'IIhIit i iiIIImiIIiiii mi 're tin- IrmJite nrli nml Irtiitnn tin' re. .iiriinTlt iiiiiriiilti'ilt. mln: in I hi iiiiiIihI.t. -to iln tinl.nlilllH uf Inir-.T. 'Ibe inietnr nii- -l for mi h l ii iiuii iif tin- - tmrliir tin' In nf a) iIh mi ier nllHnOnl il biliil bn ni'iii' Mum' Ibe Inline farm. Nn rerord nf tbe nml l now )(rl'iis big rvt inn iiliimiut of work ilmie wim nli main 'I'rii' - e mi-fii- r' 1 r i mit-mi- n 'ili iii THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Cap rial ll M - .( - i!m-I- -I 'ii . bni In-- 30,000. Surplus Honor Roll Bank , j. -- 50,000. Vice-I'rest. M -- A. It. DKN'NY, President. S. C. DENNY. Caihicr PAH. KI.I.IOTT. Individual J. llook-keepcr. E. STORMES, C. M. THOMPSON. Teller. tr. HUGH MOB LEY, General nook-Keep- m ill-l.- in iifx-mii- n- WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS, (i, ii. Swinebrond, Alex It. Denny, J. H. Posey, J. E. Storme. C. Denny, A T. Sanders, Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors. iIiiii "rj -i nri-uti- CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK. -- fn OF LANCASTER KENTUCKY. Corner Public Square and Danville Street. 1 ten-limi- r jer 1 eii-l- r CAPITOL $50,000.00 SURPLUS $60,000.00 WF. STRIVE TO SERVE. L, G. Davidson, iVIlieil. thru- - ilim trnetnr mi tbi- -e fnnii- - ibwt tin wnrk nf Ms linr-- iIn lilnniiiL. ilUkliu:. bnrrnwliie nml bar S. A Cashier. W. O. Rigney, Asst Cashier W. F. Miller, J. Louis Gill, Teller. Mrs. N. H. Hamilton, Asst Teller and Book-keepe- r. Book-keepe- r. iHnir 1. After Lancaster Flour Mills. Incorporated I jjjj! Four Hortet and Work of f I ullli by nrte. nr I It 10. The irlm iKil iiiUniitnui' nii inr li its nbllliy In ibi ImnM ii n bnrer time than II uiti h bur-e- x, lernce lie nf iiiri'linlliL' tbe trsi'tor. ille Urn D1RKCTOHS II K. .S. (I fnrini wnk it rent a nf uurk ilmie Hudson. I'rec J. J. Wnlker, U 1 Walker, Shirley Hudson, Oibbi. V. F. Champ. J. W. Sweeney ON ROLL OF HONOR DEPOSIT HERE AND SAVE YOUR MONEY. One Mui Doing the a - INCREASE PROFITS BY GRADING ALL PRODUCE Far,"Cr j Tractor. r lm ern.,.,1 -- USED CAE SALE iltifiitnrable n iiit-. ivbii'b wniilil tend In wuieral mlnptahlllt). -- urrefiillv tl,ll.. .mi.- ,bm.In S0l"d Srl Wording to SlZC 3110 uluit nmilil be tetmul uell m fiixurnble en it Quality, Ibi'lr I fT ft eSftGRIFICB We need the room for new cars and the used ears must jro. ALL CARS IN A NO. 1 SHAPE. One Klo wire wheel 1920 Buick Touring $1500.00 One 4 1020 Roadster. . . ..1450.00 1 1920 Ford Truck, Worm Drive. 500.00 350.00 One 191S Ford Touring One 1917 Lexington Touring,-..350.0- 0 750.00 One 1918 Dodge Touring One Buick Chain Drive Truck,.. 400.00 1915 Buick "4" 500.00 One 5 K-4C-2- Danville Buick Incorporated Co Wt Walnut St., DANVILLE KY. Bureau of Markets Have Bene........ iii.fn ..i.w.i.l Ik rnlt!li y onlled tbe iurn 'H. farm inietlrr ' fited Farmers Materially Where ' nr.' nut uiiifurni tbrmisbmit lb" ri-- Practiced. slnn. In itimt uill "f Ibe iiKleru When n fimiier unlem n bnx nf bolts oni lielt -- liile- I'uiiiiiiervtal fertlller ilie-- lirlni: ni i.f n eeitalii nmke nml le be il- mand lime are b illairlliiniir. in nut expect tn llml n lliln bijer nf Ibe irrllUil mi Urn top uf the bn lueiwritiz Ibe ImihI fnr erui all Ibe ,n criitinil nmv be plimed. nr Ibe miill j n Hnrteil bull iiiiilenniilli. In tbe eriiln iiih be willed mi Ibe inlmi- j nurtd nf euminerei' a iiini'iriirlurer ur unr nM purMmi .ml, iiniellee ear rum crminu n ivuultl iwlnc. unburn (ilmtlng. 'Ibe In it iu be bankrupt. prnrllrii reduce work fnr burM nr The Mime principle uppllin to tlm Ylieltir nle nf fnrui priMlmis. mij p.'fl;ills trnetnr In Ibe buy ihiiu iniit uf Hie pluwlliu Is ilnne ill lb' full nf ibe bureau uf tnarkeih, t'nltnl or only n xumll mrt ami Ibe te-- t In Sllilei deiurtuielit uf imrtculture lie Hie nirliur. ileii'inN Inrcel) mi Imti fun hhIIiis pmdutv to umrket Hie WliiMf full nml uprliu: iouluc Hun. fiirnier hnuld urt It n tu ipinlliy and nm dune in iiliuiit eiiunl iimminla mi lie. Tbe biirinu uf market from imlhlilunl frm. tin inielur U uwil llnifln time Ims riiiiuimi'iidiil uruib more In Ibe full tlmn In tbe xprln. - priNlnct. liilllintliilifnr Mirlniln II fuiiml ami wbereter Hiei rerumiiiemliilluiik lii' ter-- ii nml liui-- iubmliieil liuve been fnllnwiil kiilUfucllnii and (bill when nil tbe iemrl wen smilped lue'luT ntil the Inure niemiMil nmnelury lelunn lime ueii. upeniium iiluwnl In tbe fall limn In erally rexilleil. I'nr lnliiiue. It i, Hie print but tbe number nf nere iiiuileil Hint In lull tbe imtuto trow plowed In Ibe full ineriiunl l. uimv I'm in Vlrulnlii liicriii-e- il profit llnlr fiirtu, 'I'be immlier uf men i Imlf ihIIIUiii iliillnri by enidlm; Ibelr iinri'ii ii mi iiuilllnry --uuneuf mer IUihIiiiv .Similar reoullk me belm: uli wna pnirllnillv the mime u eni h in'. mlliiil In nllier lle. Tractor Saveo Labor. Many fiitm bue wuihIIiiiiiI- -. mill ii PLOWING FOR WINTER WHEAT llien nri' rleiired Ibe trnetnr U imil fur Kawlui; wuiVI for iii:irki-l- , Ibui Decided Advantage in Preparing Land tbe dnK uf belt uKnillun, Early Is Shown by Enptrl. l Tint wurclly f labor In Ml1 mtnta in Kjnut. tbe Kiitherlut; of rriipn. nml In Ibe Mule un the eimlern nisi' nf Ibe In Kiinn ep'ilmriil. wbe.il plmil-i- l i urn bell tbe trtulnr wuit llteil In a nn bind ilimnl In bile July .nr iiinslderublo exteiil In Ibe bay Held, tn inly Atik'tiM yield nn Ibe atcriise uf Hie exclutlnn of hiirccK. per line, wberems wbe.il li .1... ... i ii i ii-. iil ns 1 --- Grade Specification! Recommended by Woodworking Plant For Sale This niodfin oodwurkintr plant, located in one of the host cities m the Hltte Grass, is ofTercd for immediate sale at a low likTtire. It is one of the Central Kentucky's host known enterprises and is now in active and profitable operation. Large, well equipped factory, nil necessary sheds, oiitbujldiiiKS, etc. Private U. It. switch. If in search of a real money-makin- g investment, write without delay to j c Post Office $ox 382 KLEXtNGTON. KY. ir W. 0. RIGNEY Funeral Lancaster, Director and Embalmcr. 18. ham-liTn- :0tllce Phone Residence I'hone 33. liii-lu- N r Kentucky. Hie principal crup In Hil cnrii raflon, llm effect of tbe tractor un An plmileil on laud plniil In September link lrlileil mil) II buvbeU i'i- ucnt. - The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Nov 4 1920 GEDG3N better their condition, and have fallen nn easy prey to the vultures who are lying in wnit for HRYANTSVILUS Stoves We have the best display of Heating and Cooking STOVES ever shown in Lancaster. See tham and get our prices before buying. I Mr. II. II. Hnlromti was in Danville .Monday on huainrs. thorn. Ml Alice Adams, of Denver, Col, Moit of these disappear- - vni n week-enguot of Mrs. W J n ncos are the result of the girls Hogan. taking tip with strange men on Mr. W ( Hose hn rcttirnril home the streets, or in the parks, or from a hustuesa trip to Owsley dun-ty- . d r RECLEANED SEED WHEAT AND SEED RYE. the cafes. Hut to blame entirely for. allowing Sunday with their parent, Mrs. J. II. Ituble. themselves to be led astray. the girls are not always Mr .mid Mm. Henry (. Ilublc spent Mr. nml OBELISK FLOUR Try r Sack Today. You'll Find II Belter. Conn IE DC JL Brothers. F1F all probability have a period of liusines.s depression. That is to he ex pectcd. Producers can not allonl to continue paying the high wages 'they are now paying without keeping prices up and that they can not afford to do, he- cause the public is refusing to buy. Now the result. aa.s passed. Hut we will in LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS." The Central Record J. R. Often they are the victims of Vistn linn hern the cuett of Mr. nml neglect on tne part oi tneir par- - Air. vm. Coulter. ents during the formative' AI.m Anna Wilmn Parka, of Dnn- Ullle was the attractive period of their characters. weekend fhas. lunn. A hen never neglects its ' llngnn dullard Mra. 'r tie chicks until they are able "c ' nn" to care for themselves. v un.nu hi. w. i umorp recently. Hut some parents arc not as Airs. A. I). Scott from Mt. Wash. careful or considerate as the ington Ohio is the iruo.it of her broth. mother hen. er, Mr. Henry C. Kuble and Mrs. They allow their girls to be- - Ituble. gill running wild while yet ill; Ml. ThceMn Woods, of Asbury their tender years. This spir- - rol,t'1' Wllmore. spent the mrrn,1,, Mr Mr' it of wildness. ignored in in- grows with time until it fancy, ; ..in-- , i vtvy leaches the point when- - it is be- - ,, . i.ii.ii ..ii'iyiiuii, ... 1InL,11M u,r yond control. j.Mm. Jennie Kennedy .it Preacher-vlllSunday. And then tilt 'port of missAir Maymc Lee llnlliird wan in ing girls." Not all parents neglect the ' I.nxliiKtoii Wednediy nftrrnoon proper training of their chil- we l.ou Tefegem in "Mind Youth" at the tipem houe. dren, of course, but too many Mr V. A. lirndlcy. of ftcorgetown for the public weal. ndilraed a very largo ami cnthuas-lit-1''- "" Miss Miirthii Crutclilifl.l. of llurnn Genuine Kanawha Salt. Best for Curing Meat. CLOVKR AND TIMOTHY eggs. Crenio Dairy Feed, Horse and Mule Feed, Mallard's Pun' Wheat Hran, Kentucky Farm Feed. SEED. m-ir- e J- - 1 -. .- "Lay or Must Ved" will make your hens lay j", week-en- d TANKAGE FOR HOGS. Lime, Sand. Cement. Itock Common & Pressed Hrirk. ..ii-..r- , - Hudson WOLF TRAIL. Mr .Mrs. Farnau Telephone mvm i 26. ! , I 91.50 a Year. lnued Weekly. soon Payable In Advaaca. E. ROBLNSON. Editor. L .ELKIN. Local Editor and .Mgr. Swinebroad Sells Another Farm. Swinebroad had another laudy ale ln.t Saturday in llath county, when he sold a ISO acre farm for J1H5.00 an acre, to Mr. Tho. .V. Coonn. of Mt. Sterling, far a total lie 'ell u that there of $?..1I5.S0. were : number I bidder on Hand and for a hlv it wa a problem a to who would k- the Inxt hid-lrMr. (i. U. - tie number f voter at the school house Saturday night. ). At. Alorrland en Air. anil .Mr tertnined MeMr. V A. Hrndley .Chester auB"n Entered at the Post Office in LanMail caster, Ky.. as Second-Clas- s Matter. Laicasitr, Ky., Norembtr T llinton. of CronrHown to ner Saturday, evening It. din-- 1 j Hane - day lant 4, 1920 Member Kentucky Press Association Fowcn Adi.fii.ifir Rpf..tiuti TJiEAVrKICAN PKF55 S50CIA-nOS- ' The oiii t)lo villi class (c:mit- ' . laltsts, if you care to term them Mass Meeting Katrs For Political Announcementa. J.Sllcll) are curtailing production At Court House. r'r Precinct and City Offices.. f 5.00 and are laying oil men in large Dr Walker K. llrown, of Washlnir- 10.00 numbers. "or County Offices They will continue ('. will address the people of for State and District Offices.. 15.00 to do so until production is at ton l. County and Fri (arrurd .. .10 for Calls, per line. unevenlnc at cases For Cnnlr, per line . ....... .10 a minimum. In someentirely. day the auspices 7:30.the Hi- copies Ited National of der mills may close down Fpr all publications in the Interone of the leading workest of individuals or expresThis action will gradually ex- Cro and isorganization. ers of the sion of Individual views, per tend to all parts of the country No one can well afford to an line M0 and into all lines of as Obituaries, per line ... .... .05 The millions of industry. opportunity to heara one holding the employees high a potitlvn us member of who are thus thrown out of National Hoard of Health. Providence To ilemcmber the date and the place work can not afford to remain and be on hau l to hear what he haa The Rescue. idle for any great length of to My for our common good. All over this country there time. They and their families II. S. Iluihon, Chairman Ited Crot. hats been wailing and lament-- , must eat. Fruit Exhibit. ing over the scarcity of'conl.i 1 time necessity will force A very creditable display of apples and over the fact that in many 'them back into the shops sit replaces there is no coal to he.duced wages, and production can be en in the store window of will start up again. With a Currey ami dullcy. It is the result had above ground. of a friendly contest among the chil Coal barons have been rub- -' reasonable profit for the pro- dren of the seventh grade of the bing heir hands in glee at thejducor and a considerable (iruded School of which grade n Air. Thoo. Currey M teacher. As an of exorbitant profits! Unction in prices to the the pinch of winter jsumur. The laboring man will incentive to the children who raise fruit, and drives desperate householders be no worse off in the jmd. bo-t- o ing tttuglit as axrieulture . now be in the trrade, jtmv were pay any price to prevent cause his living expenses will offered to the one thawing the best be reduced in proportion to the display of apples. The result being freezing to death. that of AlUa Alary I.o Heltzclaw Newspapers for months have reduction in his wages. Two material facts stand out won Mint priie on her rhiit of Wine been full of detailed accounts Sap; seconl prrtntu.u going to Craig of juggling and profiteering in above everything erse. (Jourri. on his 'ireenintr's, vvhda th public will not long thud First the coal. Facts were laid bare in priia a also won by AlbM tlio hope that public prosecu- continue to buy at present Alary l.ee llaltxriaw om her (tapta? f h k lniiwrinl tors, juried into the open by prices, except actual necessiexposures, talked largely, ties. the Second, prices can not be re- Another Paper vowed diro punishments, and did practically nothing oxeept duced to any great extent' until For Somerset. to pinch an occasional "small the cost of labor comes down. For the 'steuntM time Somerset i We may never return to 'a to have a ltupuldirun Hlitical fry." basis, but the above Thy come and blo.otn forth It liogan to look as if millions pre-wwould lmv to be gouged or lot will be tho mulhod adopted by In ureal lry and then fad away again. It soaws their faniillos freeze ,for there the capitalists to return produc- ixrvtr Ut b hoard ofevery faction of In tion to something liku normal tfca Pulaski county id oo in .abundance under Republican party must have u ground. condition. aawspapar iiiu an txpemtiv thing We may be wrong in our t kava bat what is capanae wImhi The ftUufttkMi was dosperate. (diction, but this is as We sua o1 i ' ' sukr Tho Journal Then a new element iitarod .. coma m, bi tn 9M which reckon not of it, based upon existing ctHMit- - -Ilka tab una will but thanks Jiui t;onH politician, or craven pmstt-ciitoto layal friatMSa m wn tiUI hr de- rrr or prottoNiag or gntft. h bualaaaa. Hw paopl ara tirsxl of That element was PrevtV As The Editor Seas It a n.mh ptstttka aifi '( wl rad Uhaw W are all readv to al Wr ay to djce. Winter am pushed back. a young if ah. beeomea 'H,,V", " Summer was forward. -- Ita. or guiUy or indbc.,, ,. The warm rays of the sun etv Hut tvooldn t .t be eirn btVtr'; j. :.ljr. Th iMjntiea' .a,.u d, s eloped' the earth at a time to look benaath the iUrtaec,'"or harm to tM mi iv in on yaar r. aotr icy. blasts afcouid be blow- ant! in Wao tuoi idar t'u- ad.oiu of h lmu iaU w ing and furnace tire kmA bu par,W whi allwet! her .tj.! nv 'i!r 1IM U awv ,1 d4M b,MF saj roaring. f tt.e dtutgercj. path In You have vnsitlllsvmpathy l'air KUfJHfc anr aaaUantaH God, whu created man, camo the days of her Smurduy- - pay day. oret to the retJtue when man demonPsrhaps you have noticed 'Juurnal. strated hi iinpotency to handle ths nwapair ateouiilH of tho ." ' . the situation. numbur'of young girls who aroj satisfaction Frevaus. Hut Clod is not a politician. t'oportud missing jn the big Contentment exist wlign ' ue'1' 01, I'cnotrnte, In one big citv alone it Looking: Ahead. vibrate., give, power untold. avuragas two thousand a year. (fit the beat and sco We ye not going to have a Mnn of these girls have Wut'ch for tll0 ..KI)tho "diircrence." TUUCK panic in this country. We drifted ill from the country Sold exclusively by W. S. Carrier, that all danger of such towns and farms in order to tf.2.tf. 1'hona 63. con-wh6- ' Siunka. , , Aleesr Alien renter and 1'avrrll Meadame Allen Teater and Horn- - )MUey soM some cutUe Miaa Alessrm week James I. ear and James Iloutbon er Kay were afternaan Bueeta of Mrs. a, .vc Jm, eHhalf rrHlt ,,rr , Mr, am, Mrt ,ueh MobcHey Alareland were in Danville Thursdny Inrin Slmpsen Suwlay t' hear Dr. K J!r. Iluford Smith and AIIm Alwe tcrtalned Sunday Air. and .Mrs. Harve Powell, of I.ouin-vlllvVMted Itay. of Peer KM Mr .peak. Teater and Wilba and Ktlward Wljah McAlillinn recentl). ..nd Mim llernice and Henle Teater. Airs. J. II. Kduard and AIIm Allie Mae IMwardu were hontess to the Community "Silver Tea" last Thursday aftarneon at their home in the country. Delicious refreshment were ervel and iu!te a neit Miai wrni I4t. l Mr. aad Air. W. T. Maaertey ,,,c,,tTueJy Mr and Mr. II. II. Ilukomb. with Air and Air. Wal- - ' the week-enH,j jr. Alase Hay ad suna ltrHiiliiu Mm Lett and Mary llelle Halemb nnd AIr. I.oum W. ter (w). iipent the day Sunday with Mr. and Mr. and Airs. Jeese Caey and ehil-- , Mr. Amlrew Statu and Air and Alra Hroaddus were the guests Sunday uf friends in Nicholnsville. dren were Sunday visitars ef Air. and : llemer Corman. sek nty-hd Mr. and Mr. A. II Suast att.1 chll-- ' .Iron. Mr. and Alt. Jnme I). Chris-topher were Sunday cumts of Mrs. KIlH-r- t Cecil of Wllmore. 1 't,w- ""' ' Mh Jc.e II Itay and Mr. Klmer spent one tHy the last with rek with Alr. Ja.perj.Mr and Mrs Krett Warner of Ala- "r McCulley . Pne. Mr an I Mm Klijah Mr.Millian and ton. Mr and Mr Wilberl Dailey and of fjincater. on. motored to llniadliead Sunday pt lr. 1 Pswrll Alalrltjf l)aly have and Mttle.AIW liresi a and Mr tlie httlo duutshter Hugh Alatrerley and visitor of Mr land Alra. Harve Teater Matxlav and 'm. Air. rn AIedame !(c C. It.xe. O. Xeilnh Dmvis. II. Al Alra. Alore-Un.- l. J. It. lt e n. rcalitrd. is Work in the new AteUHttttot Church progrvtning rnpidly and wftl be ready far occuimney In three uaekr.. TMsi will be one of the hand Kniot and nunlern churehea in (Jar- tnr.l County. The old one h been torn down. alut i . One of the speeches that tuts Imeu made in this part of the county during the recent campaign was that' of Hon. II. Clay KauiTman. at Ilueua j Vteta last Friday night. He ilicus- - j ed all of the vitnl issues of the campaign in i most able and maMerful manner. The audience was great!) j pleased with his arguments, hi eloquence ami patriotism nnd especially I bt x . of the forceful, practical and canvinc-- , lag way in which he gnve a brief at the trtxity of ponce and the Leiigue of Nniiasts). A 'arge number of both men and uaaicn voter Here peasant and after the nsMra Air. KauiTman extlaiiiiid tht usa nf the 1 i ballot to the women. hta-tor- y QVMJt in - HAPPY FAMILIES have summer warmth in their homes in coldest wiatlurwith the iMiinud CaluriC Pipoless I'nrnare. WQ,000 it . f c wt"-!',- . ry sttte the Union iyilwrhood BUCKEYE. Mr. K.W Uaily was in DanvlNa iay. .Mr. Dick I , news-(tape- r. ar vilijn Air. ty Uml. ef hi boon aittor .Mm. Jnatee Haaty. Illlib ' tw ' I aad Air. Alal Cartur ami faHi apeat SuHttny In llereo with- - Uiear iiiul HaH Carter. Alia tribute to CnloriC leadoruhip nnd witxuas! Can yon affonl to try mit mutations or hcntiiiR exxriniunts wlion yott can et thtt gcnMint n CaloriC? tiniu-provc- What MartrareU Datjr, af llielaaigna I iL m waa a i-- o w, -- ..-l J J? pu-ihe- d :oett of iter steter, Mn. T. I. I'leraii from aaturday until Mcaflay. alra. afcratkor aad mm, mt Uaacaatar Imvc aaaa viaiUM Mr A. C. MUas Mr. HiMat Kay. Mn. It W- - awttn ad Mn. W Ik I lay. Bev. ('. l. Strather, af L&aeaatar and Kuwiu T Civta. af. Ptii.rttos. Ivy., ctaaad a taa dajn naWK Were Weilaaaday The CaloriC is thu prcxluct of The Monitor Stove Compmiy, Ciiiciiuwti, Ohio, innkura of (Kinltty hoatin appniH w (w 101 yaars, ami today largest manufacfurors of wnn'n-a- ir furnacea in tha world. lMaaisiacturar'aeimraaU-o- ' dagvew Wamih hi your hoaaa in C(4det wssathar or money lawk. Oar peraoaal guaraatag ytu mmi Yc a your order aar.v (or early ieataUatkMi m wo i the vary Njat can.Bivu "-- TO mkm aitiaaa dariaf a with the maatiajr. mhi Had aa4 :iv-rii m.-e- mis-Itac- - aaisf cfoa-fixaod .alamaiU saaariac- Kev. iter other oreaahiair K'r"vco. trvi chil-inood- " WKST-eitia- s. Kht be-lie- ve arj Mr. Kdia t weea eatcrtaiaafl during the e at tin-- Itataea af Air. and Mr. Otto aimp.H, Mr. and Mm. 'llldcn Hoover, AIlloa.-Mr- . Mr. and Mr. A. an. I Mi. Hubari Carter. .Mr an i Mrs. II. rum Kay. Mr. and .Mrs. W. II. Itay, Mr. and Alra. J. Al. Anion, Air and Alra. Dave Long, Mr. and Alra. It. W. tianders, Air. and .Mr. Hugh Kurtz, Mrs Uru Noil, Air. and Airs. Walker Ilrudshuw Air. T. O Hill mid .Mr. and Mrs. Kemp Walker. s iimo j ... TtaTstaOa I he Central Lancaster Ky. Thursday, Nov 4, 1920. 1 MERCHANDISE INSURES THE CORRECT AT THE RIGHT Our modest prices for the PfkATC AMI. DRESSES have made a decid- ed hit with hundreds of women. nmt. Q1IITQ PRICES Women come hero from fa'1 ai d near for the Arch fitting FOOT WEAR. Modeled and built to hug the instep and ankle. Don't you fail to give them a trial. See our complete line of .iidren's foot wear ' IV aFfl?. j i, OUR WOOLEN and SILK departments have all the choicest fabrics at price's that are ( SUIT SPECIALS, silk ed $35.00 to $59.75. Iin- i h. I i i 'rrect. Lotus plan that-ne- w cos- SPECIAL LOT of COATS, $29.75, $50.00 VALUES. and $60.00 tume for you. tiik Till: oi: PRICK SlORh QVY. TOR A SO l,'ARK DFAI. .Mr John Purr m WE ARE STILl. TKlMMING OUR PRICES AND NOT OUR .'n' l.ourvillf Tuaaday afternoon to act CUSTOMERS UUT LITTLE RENT TO PAY. i Mr lutrn-- l .ni Mr u Itob-r- i finlf announces Exrension effective November 1st eventae at their oiparty. a ' .k. t. . M. iiwh t..ill.-..- . i V. mm "kv-m H KM .Mr. HIM irna " avnnt thi nuiMmn Mini the hmpitnl- A. ity wa h enjoyable one for nbout The entire hue wax Stove pipe, Klbows, Coal hods, Pokers, Shovels, etc Dr. and .Mm. Mamaa! h". fWnnv are jfoity Through to Jacksonville, Florida. HMic into tlwir nr Homo mi Dun-- t irown opn ami litlitxl with cheap. A few Freezers at cost, Wire fence. Wagons A high grade Steel train of Coaches and Hir- - laMtorwa. ! trnet UiiV wtk. hiul(, yellow and Harness. All of th t;uvt f Mr. Jmtm Amtfrxm. tirn, and Muck Through Sleeping Cars. 'ami htMtn won1 HallowVen Leaves Rowland 1 1:20 A. M. Connecting f Mr. Smilfy Hilt who ro- Mr. lit ,n pntrUilniiiK rf Mi. z train leaves Lancaster :40 A. M. daily except ...ity K.J frnwi Umti.r t mako ' nrtl Sutton. Mb rkwnui Dunlap - ku-e i ir Ihmm .si FriiHkfwrt. The Deal House. Sunday. Unexcelled Dining Car Service. Manu Stim. The tabl. m Hl Mf ft tof frinttt far hI ilnyn Uii wik. ih ,j,ninB rwom WB, even-.-l wi'K i For detailed information etc, upply 10 locr o a yellww rlth ami a a cnt-- ilooora- Mi i lUhrl Walter m viMtins Mr autl Mr. W . It. (.riKtii uml al Ticket Agent, L. & N. R. R. ',m w" a HuwpMn ftlle.l fruit. 'HI' ,n Somt'r'L I ttlc 4aut;lt4r. I.ootH arul Man',. .'ami tllirw nmilM in .unilrUlinn M. hmlth . pent. I Mi . Julm lirlil k tb euwl of ' Mr. and Mr. 'hailed ui yttow in Sunday wlh Mr. ami Mr. Ilufonl liwrh vjU Mr. I'llchiT in LeiiMVillr. and Mack witche huml. CARTERSVILLE. ,m,Ul' Climax Of 'lilaek caU aHd hlack wiirU' hand... , ourt Mr W II. (!riKi; nttnmlml k- -' ' whi" r" an.l(,akM .Mn.. llHrmiKton Km uny in Itichmiiml, Ky, MotHlny. A Brlcl Mr.tin ! Ux Comlno and Live Stock Shows .. t... u.... i .1 ..r M'rvwi. Kviiry Mnil um rhnrmlni! , Little Jiimi'i Jenninc i no hftttr mi imi' iivtTFi Run ,1 : iluuKlllvit ty r.irriwi oui .iihi in, nour - hvr duuuhn-r- , It. '4niwr havn Mr ami Mr. Mr. Uolmrl Kitmainl Now that the State Fair circuit Little IIuIktI Caieo. on of Mr. 'Wen completed ami the live stock Mr. Kinnnlrd. hnv., ri'turncd to rnUr" fJ"y"' turnsl friwi a vh-t-t t frl.m.U In the flu. moHil. itkrir lioiiic in I.eviiiKton, Virvjuia. .Srwior- - and Junior af the """-'""g,0w of lewr miiRnituilc announced Mr FVec- - KohliiMin. of Stanford, IjMKWlir Hiirh Schol ntortinwl at llryant, who lia Wen vcrylfor the current eaon have termin- Oncar ( -- f Mr. and Mt A. U. haa been the jrurt of Mr Oaylc Doty. Mf rol,.lmiH ,iu)oy rluriusl a IiaMowWa party Friday vninK In ill with pneumonia U much lietter. ntcil with sjuccos in every tiituince, moml. Ih4.. a. xu,l. f luiBr)from a vM, (( AJX kt. Mr, Daw Thonta- - Wave thli week relatival of .ho Umt l,ll team of Un- Industry U proparinc for the .Mr. .Mr. Hnr- The rtork Dunn, many in Lexington. Thr .. k....i w..ii.u ni nf flu. v.uir tlii Inter .... ti... t rkwn I'amoiuvi.ite.l left aand pri. !..! far a vtalt to Id mother in Plonail. lino and ! frim of Mr. tlulloy are irlnd to dts a.nr. w hi tiit ic and Uut- WH Uhn CM and Mfe national Live Stock hxpodtion at pat Vr and Mr. Ilea Wood fUr.dy nvwwrt from M Little Kay IV.mintfon wa called ChwnR0 ,hirnr thc f1rt week of lie- attewled'the ki xvrlw briMnU ,felUw wUh Jn fc. ,,, 'Wn,,, 9aa U with ralativo- - near hor "tt,c ,,rolh" camber. After ueh a uccesful iiis- Jlunvfllo. confxri-ncIn ii lnatvnt. yeHaw candleji and on the hornv 1,1 J' P " ,r of oinwtic anim;d life plV h'"r . "Art. W It. CtoUk of lianvlHc, vettllni,dltn ClleKcor. Mr. Jane Atulfrwm and family '"tThe There will he a pie uppvr at the j section of the I nitcd Mates nincm- .anitkur Mr. K. L Owjdsy Mnn-ibt- lft Ijineatcr thl week U wnVe Kanitl and made the fallowing ed har itt-i-laiitiCartuMville School Friday niu'ht. Nov. , tmle nnd interest are assured at thW lectioiu of oirieera and advisor. In ha" ,v" ha,S their hoye in l'nrUr. Ind. eryWdy i cordiolly invited. (event. the S.nior Claw. Ml llernke Clwmp"M .Womtad with hvi of cernfRth. h returned ! I nc HVO 'lOCh UHlU'll . Ml. K. liu Mr. H W. Morraw h Ih Cineinmiti if lUU .llv wii.- nJ turr.ilnrv mil aB , 111! tlHtnW alHI I inera are a "" i, . mi fram viit Hf lovtrnl we ak in Dan- - this wcrk buylm;' holiday cod for In the rbM of tna Kirt year .MIm cuparatim; after the utrcus of wnr pe- , tMs vWBiu,.ity, Ima JThu mlMMlu ritnl depletion all over the world, the ' thf llrm of. Mortuv and Mfltohcrt. Katie Harne. IWUr,. of thu r.ty. ' 'h, .chool at- - international character of the Chica. r hfvm the Mr. II r own,' who ami g event Kivinir it HtieaU. I)elinu rcfntahmanti of , ,,,m,lu"' Mi. tml Mm. C. II. llftMt H l'arU.l.ti df jn. and Mw. NunteJI Hrown tnta and yellww hrick cream whito Th !cH a:ini vtasttn tW huimi antipodean importance. An unusualIhi ha Wen Mr KuaM-l- l t uwrt J It Hiyan4vrfhu lata rtnM4 M 8Um- - ....,L (!..m.r.l Bi.ut u.l fviil Ntlll VelhlW 'JlklS nlld millU Uiirn .nrv. af lr. IhJ MB. Jhn Clnrk nil t"Ok ly kitxe repiwentation i promised by 1 a. Italy, Canada. H. .Swl .! canopy i Company Mr. aaai Mr. U. for thc a. 'hirtacn el. A bum; uf folii. and nutuntn away tnitlr llttla infant . Jaiar Great Ilritian. France.and other coun- Argentina, Australia fram the ceilinu in tW Gilbert. frarn a faw dwyn ttay Mr U'umIi Jr. tf Oiumrd i laMnllM. haa rrtMawd and ratnrnad to puremarket all ' ih Parte. IOnt attrn d tlx I jtt.rm.feaM i at-,"-a C8iiiliviM a ufcero .. wttlt.. he with iiiwik nd wini:iiic from it t war weird MWa MUdrtMl raron Inn geoc ta I trio . vamc,.potentialamii euvci foruiiutcii. .1 i. ..i iiiok t ta iW ,. ,(, anil unni'i. e. wwuri " lf-'-i'Il U a vary ur"' nneawia. I "Ww urea to enter M'hoOl. iShe i uim"i Vi- -.-- -.n- - tkrtlUr . . , - Im I IIOalirntHl , v Mmm uml Ittiao . . ;n In lh the forllliu titllim Won unit.immciretii rcoiiuiK ..tk, .. mm united Miaiuo. ..n.i.. man .Mr & xiri ami we nape He win . Wife cjililu nra itKmNni: t fw aaya maim. ii uc impwie it itiiMMi a typical oiij witcn u. pm4m hf rrjirat Hi dafaurUinw w" i I.. l u.o,, a,. tt... haxe caod micw in her hool work.i"-,in LouUwtMo, K. AlrMaVirti ae- Mr. aad m black with a hlack witch' 'new feature innuetmita! nl year un- .Mr. and Mr J.. I. carter outer.. cmawiwa uw Mn and Mrs. KJU Makar enMrtain hut. ThU wn oh of tht- - rttiet natna o ana. .nc m..,,u. I1..L... i;m the aupicw of the OhirK llofird M .Mra. Lattla Ware, ed a lartt aan!jr of .friaad at a tvpnU of th autumn Mtuvii and all tallied Sunday at dinner Mr. ami Mr. of Tr.it'.e a icrain and hay exhibit rataraad from vMt af a few inH Habart' Motlmr. ta HaakitMvilm. HaUaweatt rfiaatr Haaaay at U:SU wre laml in thir pmie of tint plen- - Atthur Mattock and childrtn, .Mr. wil be on a vastly riHcr cale. All in Iahrvttta IwaMf aad taWo werw did aceaiion atrordo.l them by the Ualeemb, Mr. Jack Itavi end J the brand' will be reprencntod in the . hal nr waek ,.1 Mr. mttiam Utuy. i llnraa, an! ...llL V .ll-t- llMill : rhln.in- arena, the ontira awKrKaUui, cotwiat- -' - Mat U "wa Hhik.;,. ,i)immt, aaan tha rtiwat Ktuwta af Ms atstcr, The refraahment The douth anHet iu vuited the ins; tha freateil asaowblaKo af ptira-ttra- d Imii .. ih.iu, u t ti...Miii.. i .ui t i .ar. u. i.iaaej'. """"" j.wn? arvd m tha nmbm maneruhli live itack ever naitambled for ihamci of Mr. ami Mn. Fall. IVniilng-jtcar Waarani. Miat man I'd Ta wtwv cn Mtaats Mnud RlCC, on Oct. tola, and tavk for iu comptit:v tirHa. Dan-iUMuw kjitaariaa Koama. af ' Hawlnh Navalitia have Wen prvlde4i for aad Maw Moraaio vi.tlm thair dartiita Utthr aa. J. D. friaad af Mr D. Out and la ta af atr ctaad atata- -' M;t laaa thti nuaiaar of fiicadwaa any a Caw waaka aW. Tint, tha aveninif entwtuitiaJUHt. waM luu kaaw aha aa.aUa W ar. Mr J. II. Ibiaaao. .. . . . t. J aaaatni wer. ui folia. Mr. aad Mra. 4ri txisad thair ynaatay to . alway Itaen a pajwlar I nature af tha i "mn' tmt Barrage.! parent in tha laa of ; Exaaaltion. la, daayMer, Ura. laa Daaa. In Uaiaa Mr Oaiarwaad. af Sfcalala, 5fr South. " " tu. ir little ane. ilny ta patent .'. SJV diana. ha aaaa vaataii; kar aaat. Mm cn Saaday. , aad .aajrati, D. .i alloy aad Mr. OatUwy. Church Notes. far many yearn mUa avnm a aad MihHht Mawani Kka. aalaa ilawnriNMat. f j lira. IBamMa Jaaaak will taaaa with ta.j JPl " alt r tint Aaaanaaa , new propaawiaa n aaaa ojraiaa viaK-- tab wara far Chattaaaaaa v wn aaa Mn. Whaarar. wan haa oi ricavea. Satdtag afachlna row . aj aaaa m laa- ivmg u U,t, pa- - ttr af (Rat -- aurah wkick ataka Mr. aaa) a I., r iaitakur. Mra Ban Waaaa wilt raatdo ta thr future. T tkii city, aaa aaaa iranfar-- j A BfaataM c- fram a, haa aaaa. , vsi UT ,hl i .r. u oa.: na niurnaa io uan- - mi n. Maiaicr win occupy um-- raoaw Mia V30 U ur aajtartaiaad Hi kar rtd to tha toutawrn dtatrirt at tka' s(it cry hard far him to laaaa lata 1W. Mi.. joat-nvaeaUnt. pafiata. a atava tt naw acta- Maraaatar rnmima. I A BiaM m vacant iu aw aaaae, ,. ... luim an Dmhti ia avl 9Murwy attffct lituraarlaaMl mar aharaay tt b aaaa taat ha oaay aa aaaa. aaar cbb Km. ik it4.i " hh mraaib luk with a ttaJhnr'cta tlaiajturadli aaity. W free ta aacwut tae aaataiw af tab wMaai baa ratallad Tha haaaa wa dacarated in oraax" maa4 piaat Uv " MM1 W iehurch fat aothar yaar. It la as- u i i atatti wttl' aaajiUttaa of yallaw . Mr ;,.. a a Mat osattal ralar f I..-T,w,,, thw here. tad thai a init aavar may Etha -- ad aa bemn prumeat. U- -- m. mta, itaha.. !u f ftiaWay aad it ta amaUy HvrB ;t. affair. .1 wall aa m civh affair lh .. 4 xtllow m ipkina. Thi dahjd rant a arte auti.aiicv' rc- Ha haa auaitrad. y .ata wcra cat ad ant tn I. n.L TMM fM uU. UayM A fiAM.. MM, w aia a v it a i a d'iMfal tuaa wm had ",l4l'w ' ZTTT- 'volt. Many naaa aa-- l rUHawtn A I ! $10. to $40. Ranges from $30. to $99., Cooks;"'" (t C r Ann trom jZ). to ib'f j.,' TT rleaters lrom ' ih' cWrt'HB return hot front the from iminnati .m- vmlt to hi iae rc- - in j .- . spaa. Jr., 1 SM. ..,,......! of tiara R:ll S.th um. aaw .Mr. ' ' pawtuy I. ...... h.h d Saturday " ww. m. Louisville and Nashville Railroad - o f sum, nnwv:i - o o u a "THE SOUTHLAND" rou. rtll)' r- ylw llou-cna-.-- ri. J. R. MOUNT & CO. (7. People v N tINMUMIHHtlHI i j The Vt ' r- hti"1 I Itli-li-- ! "'" M ln lt, T. " I!h-h-- Imi-io- - , Thcl...f d,,,rl'' ' - - t. 0ly 11 '""J" T - ..I t ,, a"' trans-Atlant- rttnit t', -.. uJ .,.,. ,,., ........ -- s 1 1 1 ,.i k-- ... "" r-,- 3Ik.. drd dr ,eW. !. ;a. ttat lur Of Harvester Saies Department, a f'MJ!?'. H,"?1' Ordered ua '' aajaU rl 1 ELf"'?1'?' .. ay . il SI M f mm ol. a iaat. I f:i Blankets $5.00 each. Overcoats $0.50 each Pants ? 1.00 pair. Shirt $2.50 each. Coats $1.00 each. SlmeF 3.00 pair. m ly 'C&l PAWNBROKERS CLOTHING Mens overcoats, $ 10.00 och Mens siiifjle coats, $4.00 G $5.00 each Youths single coats, 33.50 each - 6M . !. Mtiaaaatk ' jtl :h;..ia.. ef Oaaa. )iaus. T.'hV Ml ,1 A (' Ha.'- T. t rj j X ft Jamaa Uaatot, Pic Supper. avaald, Ju hali.a IfaatiKaa : jla Aadanaa. Taara a Ml ha a p! aaaai i lit ' 'H.l ii OaU. dtj.t.. Saa. Qoaa Scatt'a Fork Sen! Ilouae Saturday $i af Itan-- niu4it. XavmWr 4im. aMH ajai Eap Evr ano HI ; W f ..j ,v?u i auaa vara VUaaa . layad. fttaaa lavMaal V, f i s HU'. Jaaa 't""' ...... -- a' "I'd ... ua ' DO YOU BELIEVE YOOR IR PROTECTiG HEALTH? Raiay . ? SANDER'S VARIETY STORE :3ai t Jiraa .a i RllloU, Ciyda Uaiau:lHw. 3. p. Curliraa, Kurt Swupe. llcary 3Ianra, Harrc Knibry nnd VerU Wlthara of atnnforJ. Karl T!iuitip.n, Kuntoe Thompion, Dub (itilnn, Jamc Uro.tililu and llranhnm Uniiglitrnn, of Unnrllli". ftaadfru J. It ,Mn, Gv c.rdiatly invltn..' and Urine a ana pie. Or air jrau taklnir tana; clia with la (ului ' A- - iaaa aa u Lep . yaur body in perfect hr.ltli yno an tud ,ut inaat . tka fit the ! Iuwium I Ul future may bring, the one mm w t. Supper. natural way Chiropratlc vcrtalwal ajjmlmcau. Sa yaur CWropratlor. Con. Ttfcrc will W n pie Jiipt" the ulativn and tplnal anal) tit without cltar.e. Or chant Grovn School Uaue Kav. l'J. l'roceads to be und to tart u library ' In the icltool. Come and hcjp to put a kooiI book in the hands uf tha dhllil. 1 1. 4 at. GULLEY HOUSE, Danvill. St. LANCASTER, KY. 9 ta II A. M. Pie Lipscomb Lipscomb The Central Record, Lancaster , Ky. Thursday Nov 4, 920 1 FLAVOR OF SOME FRUITS BETTER RETAINED WITHOUT USING SUGAR Uit Mm Hl inlh iff aim! A C rvm. II- h n Turn IV, i kk-tr- thowlqtMttMi NONiy BACK MfitmftU Uilrd Muttl'tSt flfvfx hundifOa imk t Ymi rsVt lot n ui f it el out iiii TODAY Ptlc;i. Far nil WcAlt T PUBLIC SALE OF STORMES DRUG STORE RDS.J M. S. NICE HOME Having recently bought a farm and hnv'mr no farther place. I will on Putting I' HATFIELD DENTIST Ofl ice over The Garrard Bank Office 5. Residence 376. LANCASTER. KENTUCKY. use for this I'hunt. J.J. Byrne Exclusive. Optometrist DANVILLE, . KENTUCKY. Opposite Gilcher Hotel Office Hour 9 to 12 anJ 5pm 1 on the Hubbcr Which Should U Immersed Soda Solution for Ten Minutes Before i i t Oouing Ouking. lg, r M I f ui' v mill f w. uii.it iil i tin hei iik IIiihI. mi' iiii- -l i:, '.minim lit inn n Imhimiivii ,n i f Ilii- uti-- l lilirh pruv nf tn uifnr SiiiiH'lltiiiK frtill- mike llidiet more MlnlHtilf bihI ;irii ilHtiHir tlx winter hau to ,in Mil' milium I ll.f it- - r Mitir In Hit IIiIiIhi). Iiii: r r.nn Hie frith uinl ihi1 ilr;iv tin- .iiiiiiii itixiuit i.riin iiu uti icH I tile nilt'illr Jn,. H) Iiiii;it rla. In our or iiih SflTURDflY. NOV. 6th, AT TEN O'CLOCK , sell at public auction, tlie home where I located out the Dot.r Lane and about three-fourtof a mile from the Lancaster and Richmond pike and about four miles from Paint Lick.. Tr place is well improved, containing uvo acres of lanrd, with splcn-.li- d liv u m house and in irood repair. Splendid irarden and a young' orchard of about '10 trees. Al1 necessary outbuilding, with barn Wk-Ifeet, newly covered and n good vepair. At the same time will sell three head "liorses, one mi'iTc cow and wo ca'ves. Possession of the home will lv given January 1'wL Terms mnoum-eday of sale. now-Livehs lliiinr than iilnti f riUIHlHE iriii l AllnllllT Hle .ilili' fiir Sih i mii-.I- rttlililn' ulirti run he in tin i- cr Ih-,- i J. A.BeazIev FUNERAL LANCAHTJ- trvteli.l f tut ittall w rli : fur. Suite oilier DIRECTOR :', - Olllrr Over Naliu'ia. lai k Itcaliirner Phone .'! CM' re I I it KY M. .1. PATRICK , Kentucky. I'l'iiH iiimI i mui all le iartm.1 II lli.Hr mill Hhvn wflli.HH tin aMI ' mi In f.iii. huh) h..(t Mh- i- Ihlnk llml tlii' flavor nf naiiy iiiiimiiI fruit r uinl without ttl Mlfcrrlf. alii L'IM'i' nml MtMierrie liiTrfi". ii'i mrMU- - nf .illHl-tt iIi'Immimi'HI if Dm I'nl'eil nsrleuHnri'. n4'rrli,. itiMi imi Kiitiir Ii Ih tin fruit in or iinnlemlf Mmi mtit the ilie l Imiiti frwM ihim athlltic ii" unli-- r hiiIii iitiia)r)' mtu Ih iiiii only I train a iry lltlli. tin Juki from tin- frrtll llmHiirii n JWIi Imi:. ItIii; I lil- Hri In IIh-- Im.1I. nml ti- -- It like rt't fruit with ie IhiHIm ultkrli mi In Hk-SUM i li-m-- ,irnr In lli- Mil tin tin- - tkMei-- r irm-t- lil rmll Ih Jir Into Ihi-i- i 'I1hh if Hr iiwal mil Still Ancthtr Mtthod. nlmlln-r jar, of fruit S Hiflriml .iih I wln-- Pi nit Iiick. Or. Printus r.ll. . " Inttllri;; h mill' when miIiIIhs iIh- - Mistir hefore -- Tlllis ii til Until' It wiietrnli Hie 'mil more lliiiriMilili Mtnl I'rtliN IIRI.I In' I'MNIIiil in iln-l- r nun iiiiimiiI llif Hil'lltloii nf nny I'l'n In nt tHi ilini' VETERINARIAN. A lliiili iiii'IIhhI nf iniililiii;. Anivered Promptly Day or snoil fur il li fl Juli-- fnilN Nil.t Phone 317, Pact,- tln Mrrli". I Hk fiitlniii 11 M'NTUCKY ix.ilnil fruit into Hi' .ii nml iiiilimit h'IiIIiil-- miy Injulil nt ini.i kliil iriH'. In-- rr til t In tiniiiii.iiuirv iihv fur uti- 'iirje iimiti' like tlHit of fri-- U frU iKih rvimtfil ii lili Kir:i' iptHtitltU- - nf In ii Iiihii ttmp. unr If tl l l rann-- l nnr i i'n in Jul lfore nJne l Inner fritll to n In mi Hit Hti'lliiMl in f tin- - tn rixik. Hie it ir fr fn Walker nitiir. N.ur It Into Jir. wnj 1'on-- r tli- - Jar. uih) rHtiw ltli Imi In: win it. remtii. iihi from tin llHl-- r oHi .It a lHO liei-.- i. Mti2 mri-lii- l hih tu Inif li iir 1h iIh- - ur , lliii-iiwir In Hie fruit HHiti - U Jnr nt hmi- - Thl Imt. ntnl -- phIiii ailtllni mil hmii ki-l- iiini ntnl. : run- - ultlr h ihi- - lji. Mhiuiti M N tMil ll llll-l- kiiii-ii-iilii- c ivi. - l I Hi- - HMlfunelll frMlt l II Kri-if'.- ilt - I III Hie ' - It l Jnr. iltltkiill In pri'iiTW Imi'terln iiinI imMiN fTmn Int" hll- - ili-the fruit nihI tin lllliil nml alml Mnnr lnnii lHiui-tir- . inn nidi frnlt ninf Inlilntm-In llil n uvi'.fiilly jinr Jr T. W. T. King, Auctioneer. K Kelley. OF PAINT LICK, KY., ROUTE NO. 2. nfler jciir. I Honaker Fine Cut Flowers. DRY FOODSTUFFS ! John M. McRtbtrts. N. L. PREWITT nw Allll VIIN IIII Kl UUIl Ull HrA IILffl III Sundrying I I I . Auctioneer 5TISFAC1I0N Demands Rainless Season of High Temperature riiiilrlntf and Bright Sunshine. tm t Uilng Artificial H.it. 'a,l' tli mirk lit '"Ml ' f iiHntliiTiiiiiilltlou. nml l puoolli- l- to .In k iiiiiiiIiit of fiMJniff uliuli nnllnarll) ui . fur fnniint In tlrleil In iln ili winter varlelle nf aiile, prune, n Mitntin- - unil nml mill larrotn. It Iih the illniliantasi' of I1I2I1 nlml mrrjiiig inin-l- i iluf nivralf ilunlii tin- - ilriluc niiiii " nr""''-u- ' il ""-i'li- Public Sale Live Stock, Crops and Farm Implements lEnvinir decided to quit faitiiiny:, I iIiim inati-rlH- l ni--r- i llnii owrlieatliiir nfM In iiliiUi-ii- t nnler In guaranteed. D. No. '. IDEAL CONDITIONS Glais-Coverr- OUTLINED Lancaster. Ky.. R. F. POSTED Vi Where a So'ar Drier It Employed, Both Quit and Insects Are Excluded Home-MadEquipment Efficient e The undersigned hereby give warn to nil persons not to trespass upon Vlnriir I I'lliiiiittfciiikihf lnii, ni'iLa 1I fi .11. .u .. .1 - ur land; for any purpose whatever ii we will prosecute all offenders to Hunt-rr- s Iho fullest extent of the law. and fishermen especially take notice. Mrs. Cora Phillips. Mrs. Emma Daniels, It ilfj'.h.ftll mm ... ..J.... I 1MHIVI I ( I Iiii .in. .t.......i..i. . mi,, lirlchi Uinl I ..i. . ii- nml liii.ll I It. I. Elkin, , I. Arnold. P. Hackley. Emma HlKW'Inbotham, and N. 11. Price. C. Higsby. Mrt. At. Sarah J. u L. Kelley. J. C Kigsby. 0,'irs. Victoria Anderson, Thompson and Tracy I) M. Anderson. a. U Barker , . Menl fomlitloii. for -- uiHlryln. nil fmltv linlli inrli nml Int. annf ("nl foHllit III the Illli'Hnr If., rnli. iilier. ilinlrvl.ir Im. nn lniliilr.i nf Inrtftt iromrilon. nml Ihroushniit tin- - Nitillirl in (in- in nf ih- - Norilnit-t- t nf the ki ni Mnti'K. oii-- r tin Uir-i-- r (In-il- l PIiiIik linn. hihI In nil Imt tnti- Hirtlon nf the Soiillii-rniiiiurliis iIh- Miinloline of "iifh rherrle. nprlfol fruit" n - h,ili .. rift l i.. i ihiiiiv . liMHnliltf. II hf In run . I In inrrliM on In nny ill. .. . ll lll or H ...... er t.i. t- iiHittniu ... rlil. pi "V fMlWele't Hazelwood Sanatorium Trutmrit For ih a- - TubtxukiU of 9 Mslntalncd by the LouliWlle AiiocUtion for t!ie adctuate ttratment nl tubel culotlt In all Its MH.es t cek, in. ail. Kstei $15.00 eluding boatJ, mrdiial attention, hundiy, etc. Hlsh giound com msndlngeittnllevlvT. Drllglil ..I .....onnJInpt. Simlal inn for tiKtliWni Im Iniwnl II Mcnuir, ir i" Uuxhwhyr promptly at one P.. AL. one mile South of BryantsvilTe, on DanTfl CPRlP " ' Vll..te ville and Lexington pike, at the Joe Marsee farm, sell at Public Auctioiv. Be Will Sandwlehe Metropolitan the folbwintf personalty: Liked by All Who Relish Ainerl can Cheee Flavor. , 1 to 8 years old, one pair mare Ff.ur head of extra jjpod' work Tor Siinitni nlslit luiiili trr lhl two good ..iiilirlrn. It iilll I'f IIhihI it nil to mules, aes are riurht, one good driving mare, two milk cows, uliom the tltiior of Aiiieriia.t rlitt- -f i'ii'ryilii-ripnlllf lk hihI .....:...... uuv iu uinv T,i oiiii -- ii,, fwn tmisA t ln ..i lifn, in .i.-o, J eravJV "I'll VIS, .11. u,wvi.j.iv.vi.. f, ifi1fc il unrm. ruin Ill miiih of tlili Metropolitan Sandwiches. tMiilmit'i uin uu.ill I..., j ii.i f(irrw. pigs. 75 head of fat hogs, to go 30 Hiler right kind to keep, three good sows and fur Into lli illtlHlilli to iU"rm rnlt- I wiiiidryliiir of muli latiMtiutiirliu: frtilf ri.."!-'-.- ! s imiU n H mtutunl mi . days from sale date. 200 barrels of corn, 40 tons of mixed baled ltay. tin iir. nml .Mih jnlt;. nun imiifr. tun. ivi"-iof aiieli ifl!.lIo n IK mnlli. imUMant. nml nils ml tmh pumpkin nml Oiv Dodge touring car in good condition, one Dodge Roadster auto, in imo no- - urttu ciitit or pui niii." nml hh. MK nil e e wagons, one sled, one Two good lute umiiiu'r nml turly iiutimm are iMipprr; clmp lillt Mjltirull nr . - "IM I., ilmwtiir anil hlirttlll in good condition. il. ......- lltinif llri.l OJ hit:!' thin tllttt of hetween Ihref or four of Inn teMMTHturf nii'l hay frame, good as new. pn " M,M liiimlillty. It "I" in,ttnti nirluf" wholly iifi otimlryliis. a iitr in lone, mirm-Bitr lot of all kinds of farming tools, consisting of plows, hoes, dig wtthir iun hm il of rnlii) of MilimMf um Iihm. of ii liirsf uiimniit .;. X gers, shovels, forks, double and single trees plow gear, set of wagon bart'nltwl Stutft V HINTS FOR HOUSEWIVES mi ft nt of Disadvantage of Sundrying yyS ney and lots of other things. ,.:.:oww:.:. oiiilui'tvl. Mimlrj nn: onliimill Sale begins promptly at one o'clock P. M., rain or shine and rememLi Iftm, flot .ll....lvu.,tHUf Prfh.t.unlrol... Ui.t.ti.1 of u Ubartr Iiuh .Ho l, r,..mm..U'riUl,t.-MH.Mtlflu.-ttI,,. . ber this will be an auction sale, no sham sale but a Bonatide Sale. Kvery-thingp- 'it f ""'0 to Ih. Unli. ImpulM-u.ila nf lnfl iihlfh lf.il thflr , iuuld le knit safHv out up will be sold for the high dollar. y lu it nnu nin i . ... .,..,. . u. W mai he nmltlrtl lull If tin- - work l irf1Tli ilnne UMr niiliir.il ni Mill uinl ttiunr to crenler ile -- mtilr-liit. i tliiin It l Miilil-l ienti than The irM-iiior Minilrjliic. !liire mi miil he contrurliil or purlliiel nml a mpply of fuel provliliil. for llie family tin lnieHnnt rn'ri' hy tin enMinitnr mil onll lio mil a Imnli'ii: niiniin- In rin- - llnif tooN jllieij ,n.l uiili n irlilhiL ntitlm fnr mnli-rlii- l t f a toie ilrler. iihlli Hit far it tN .tor or nilise - uHIImiI for npimtlns tfif Inc mti . l ihmih- ......1.. .HiullJUMll tirier. II HO" 1........- nm t...j,...ii .M.i.kiriu iwl II Ik nnfle n . ' .tllffent n tin lmllr uall urft-- -.- M -- n trie mnrfci-- i m uimJury In the n-- "t nr tn-n- will on coii-tru- ct rik Im- "-- Saturday, Nov. 6th, hoi-ses1 i r - flW " SUNDAY WW.---- MIGHT l - tiiri-.-ntile- . Iili chrn-f-vniirlinr- r -t- i , - lalile-l"-- " ; iippli-i- . plHin-- . i iea.-i- ! ' Oul-hl- i- thi-- HIM , t n two-hors- two-hors- t i . t . iHlirit-lcin-i, i.i- j I nrt-H- ; v -- .Li-- , i ih- - ,),;e:e:XW5. - - ! i ; I . i l - , n.,,.l,l.-r..l.lt- . ( thMlll Kuwet.. - I" """J'"' fM,l H rfUIW t, ItmlntU; tl. (mH.m, IUU. i - "... oi llir iiaiii hkli thf of ruts uml mltv. ,i priii I. lint: the .mtfilul I tlrlttl Willi trtr of im" Mnii)' lfs (an Im mi nil hy liailiitf In iihi.f vltliiK tufkfl tlalitl ,,i "" hliiK'a on uu upktiilra wludiiw scrtt-top. I'"l ,",h ,irer thf thf fiitmiift nf ihit tu shake run ami flnilut. uholl) an- - futhi'lfl If nml ln-- ft I'h.Hi ilu.l Silver Iraya are until for coffe ..i,...e.ner.Hl wilar ilrh--r U riupl" ihun"l'f avrvlr.. Koine lime IIht Iiimi to ed, uud u dekt of Hd e lasst'l ritould be used In any dUtrlct In Mlilcii match, for hot vuits itt ti .lTtll' lllMf tl)In tm l Uf Sflll'Htl prt-t-i- Col. A. T. Scott, Auctioneer James Durham BRYANTS VI LLE, KY. The Central Record. Lancastei , Ky., Thursday Nov 4. 920 1 1 r Afotherii wend tulh make Child --birtti casuer. )H A Word for the Ambitious Boy: A Bright Idea By ALVAII J. GARTH yNY to an ambitious farm boy is bcin tempted t into the world to seek Jiis fortune. K ii inn arc cnnsiiirrini; dpscrtinc the farm, you an your,ift' iV mm. II I " an ('"stu ly",M . . IV.II. .ok uic matter over with men wliooiiulit to know the rlcltt tour c f r j oil. Don't decide too hastily. IV rliatisyoiir fntlwr wnl take you into imrttierslup, kivc voii an intrrest in a plot ol Kir iind or in Mime livcHtork tliat will be the foundation of a fottun". Statistics show that the rhanccs for business succes, are ten to one in favor of auricultutc. i enery ambitious country boy llirrom it doirn mt tenters, lick an Hired of the etnlleti rtitid, strURRliniS ilfH-r4lrlIn keep abrr.l ol the tost of liunr, lotiKlliK for a dunce, to Ukn their faimlim uotl a r,trat mit-o- f iloot. .Millions of inrn of llir city ate envv 20 HiK you till minute because ion ar young .mil on the. farm. i nry know (im a lour.ltal tlour of your good fortune trotting rty your nomr UoatHtp. (tixxl. modem. liiciimr il takuit' the li i Imyoutof f jrtmtif: bim putlitiK till morn profit into It Wo am lir.nl.iiailri for tho liilertntluiMl hull Line, l irluJiiis Titan tractor, International engine, au.l luanure rpteudrrs, Prfinrosn eur.itor, MvC' mlik and Derrmi: lurvrnlinj;. ami corn nu bines, tillage .oi. reOplnwa. etc Such machine add t.i the j.ci'i( k(, ,lfj.,ur nf iliily life. . hbor-Mimctt-.i- lim deserves murh earjicst thoucht "I il'in'l iiikhi tint nro lo Imie nti' ilrhi. ou mer to Iinm If III lh- - rlK t'nelM Jil'illl lm iflrn meV lI Vlin Nrwi.f. I in. .n i tl. i'atiii ll Ulf. .Miirt ltlfU. xllli n iwnrrli- lll Klail,' lit llie fill'' Hint IiihI limn- - mi Iriiii lliHt if Te-h- ' I'ttbHIii. "Awl liy imlT elenrl) ntnl iinhixl lalinclj i'lwMnnl tK" fnlr ymtitr f .1. with ihi met of tmln h1i- - or iirt'it' In iimtiiii r. "Oh. wrtl. It l l(r.ll r elmrlnt. nnl ilm-nii- l iit "HIIt vc 1U it fjthat "hi ims l hw rihI elHiy l n Mrt hut It mnr Vottr riiMWNr r Hhat I HitfUiNKi'. .nrt. ami I am mx tvhiHMii h rM In an Immliti'. m4f Hi! " In Mitrtwr mr with SttW. If flll'h' IWItllt llrot WrtlMhi)- - Btfl Iwtl hei'ii 11 ii Nittoino-M- h r n iwtHtit irt'lnc Hwwry !" "tV nmU lmi ii ai ImHuc .ltln' villh rfinrrh nwB. itte, whiTin rtifwa-vtAnetHk- BECKEK fi liAI.LAKD 1 ill UIMI Bryantsvllle Kentucky it. "Ym arc . h rtrt In a nnl you mwtii me ry happy. awl rtitt :! Slurt with hcartl "'Hi. "Ve lallwt. Thf tl rtc nine ht tin utartlra lrM of a fortune mm'I he trmirr taint f ttf nta e..). itbWHr. If w nr athnl ami per"t. r ftl,'h Jtitfi nie ' I'htethai I . lie f t 'ti'i , hI SpriixjfVM net not rwtki an arrantreawn' i'' ' atahafaetwrvr t 'l ati if hi aaa, iai 4'4trer vilth id- fj Il There an half a 4exn f. lln f h haie wwrtiil itfia tin.' .nii TWy mpf' nanw' wn . I,. rt lhMM I win. awl happta i" to to nrh n4tbkt nii'l li.m nty eUM nhta whiI. TV!' a e knew taorf .iln ut ti..n.e vm. tmt kevf.tita awl thrift than ilw .i 11 Ttn1) hail niillttnt of llilrij niafi fur the fWafo. iKntetit " hen Mwi th-nn- Te!'" recorded of the primitive Amrrkan In iun v.mm rrn child'birth with lliem wj entirc'v unlno-in- ! litest vat Kwctirg social duties thn wreck so many wtrwn f today were a minus quantity in their lives; and .t ts it smalt wonder that the weaker sex liecomes a pt"y mijptvtws when approaching maternity neatt the irihK Hut this should not be Itcause the prcspttthe mother can find comfort in Monica's rwtND. An external lubricant thai spreads iu iniluencr over the skin; penetrates to the broad, flat abdominal tautdes, and prepares the way for an eajicr, qnuttr and practical delivery Many doctors and nurses recommend MoTittr's Fmcnd. Get a bottle from your tlruecist today. and Th. BABY" FttoltMt fnt, fill In toupen hlete anJ mail Jlrttt It th m(iii h frtinlc-MoJ- Mother's Fmusn. thty tI - te ipwd WARNING: AniJ mint pt- -t ad pnly on (Ac $in cnJ mey tauit harm ! i ! without Joinf fiJ. : mm UscdbyExpottant i I j OltADriCLO ntXCLATOK CO. Drpt. 25. AlUnti. (U. J itml m your Flinn Honk. ! rir U en N.m MOTHCHIIOOD nJ Tb. DAUY. ; Mothers j j st, it. r. d ! for Three Generations. Town .......... stt ... : wwtihi'it t t'phafn home. hhiII lhiy nmlil earn ami ,itf efifioah to halhl H llttli ae .ii a Wtmr nt Unete .lutln l 'l ie"iil-- tl I twit rtftm III llie BUiTcrinp from disorders peculiar to her sex, owe it not only to herself, but to W family and thum around her to retrain her baaed health and atrenRth ami charm. Dr. J. llradfleld's Femalo Hegulator uimn the t.rvaeription of an eminent phyaicbui. Dr. J. liradfield. who made ten ecntury women have regarded of women hb life rtudy; and for half a It a ruccessful medicine for their troubloa. Your drugptt will promptly aupply with tins proven remedy. Try It now, TODAY. Tou A Message of Utmost Importance to Every Woman The woman, who is Cljir 1 vd the Hufte wbmh. I, din wllkiti TU- t)iHi u- t ..' itiiit . . .... tlr lille llie u murly ntwnya kunw 'i. testatuM" irinimlori.. 11 A or IB. no . nr 'n r "" I' . - lt m will MtperMlltiin, hr iliirlee.nth of (iniixT If IS n l I m . j dm. rlul) tln-n- . Iirir i .11 Hie chll- tin- I an.,- -, n.it im.-i- . (.' ine tfl .. tree I h .i..l.i einttark i. hiimiii ill,mm lb . HI. M IhrwWKhollt 1111 h Jour-.tinill thlr tlltr-temrt- h Mere flrt llHI ief M '., i i lm '.! .. to (. ioii.il n mt . tmLln'l tnali - i ...i hrunl tlielr unit llir kittrif hmi ir I l'rr-H- ll Hie inll.'.l h m.Ml.m SiiimIiii In Mi for MrMm of ilie . Imi.l,"- - i. r, Rfjon Irt ,,,tt, al(,n . ftVtm-- them ( in m ei'r Tlw IIiniiI lull lli. pl. t il re. i.lm filt,i, The ilnl.lren sum wnltlHg ntntil iat,-le- i tor Id ure mihI when I oiislit pfrtnll Ilia chllilreri t so lnotie he pr,HNitly n" plhil "Ve. titil ilifii ihiImhIj- - uotild In ItHIt- - I..KMIH tttnt t to U' .hiiiui llr- -i Hit. I tie,' ii h .i TbK nm.i.u lialf a rec mw afirMm Ihii four i inatli' mt Ti"!' lHiy r In the IfltrlieM. ami wint i ih'-nu- fr NINA I Delayed) tti-- f. . t . tDc'iayi'!) Mim Tattle Lone is viriUni: Misses MyrtK ami Chrintmo DnvM. uii rtli 'mil, ,nhl .Mi- - llenre rnll.Nl I f.,in. ",., Tottlr my iHTintrt; (i-- l U llir rlr.t 'iKc it-'p- ihi pi.Miirix j . wyilr jr" i:rlinnce PiUit OF ae Implements, FURNITURE. 1 In llie eliy hl nlhnii1 iteri er. hilt Slif ilhi not quelHm hltn. Ih In her hrtsbt. irett.v way lohl hltn hn hi' hail 1'ittl ilHrttiC hU lieHHilirlef aletwv ii ml Mtiae nf the il In lh' event" that liail meantliiH' -" he aM. aftr H Ohio, "t W.-H . h.'ililit mail'' lite etMMi'IMa 1 teil " i.i. rittHlisJ 'IW4 Sillj. ...,. it inliiNi tlini- - in et tlttlit .islti " nu tran-jilrtex--i i i lilli. Unity:" hv tmitr.1. hat at r the day. not statMf sw ill. .tkinI that he Mr. Holenl 'hir Suuer cane nuikinc is the order of ter enl um Mrtrt. ifif ne ii eiiifwii thnt mhtta I t,e t'vwt t me in o frnm hen1 t The like , r. Hiiimiti pitWh-T- . I. , t ..inniinv liii't rmtnV to Hril 'on '. i i.i:iiiin ni iUn. I trhsl that i .e. iiml I am not Htltil fw tltal hlinl T" i'i) -t ! Ii'ue that at alt en-ri- me' it' i. wnrfc " Mn Whi. Mini, Lend, Stock, HOUSEHOLD Farming AND KITCHEN Yii tHfharei." n"nlel Mori a trlllo alwntlly. "hut I lnAlnc for pruixitllhin tlait IU n trtet ltilin HriaK mm la iwtH'h with in4e In a roHtMitrtal way. IIUo torefcviTaal lanco ImitT't. Wlmt art' jmi iiMkhts Ti-- - ihi yini ihluar tluat are vtaart emnwh iijIm4 el.' tmn A lot i.f li.ilililiur. Iirilllns lilt f iNlhle In n airy Biiihlm:ni'H wen liHIle nf IhiIIIiic lanl. aiiil nn tin' hltrhen rriH'k ilhHV n sreat IhIiIi' wti tlm' lnap.il M:h with th hii'ti rinniieil from tlio re hail .plaele. VaBltli'." reiaieil 't'ltli'. Seine frteinU are riunliir ihit thti etetilns lt I Mnlenr called on his .Mrs. Henry Arnold of iiyuUvillr itirl. Saturday nii:ht. cpent Tuesday with Mr. Kay Mr. Alex I'rewitt fhl two hoc to Xoel. et. a Mr. and Mrs. Otto Simpson enter-taine- d Mr. Leteher Simpson, at pauml. . number of relative an I We are Mirry to ay Mr. Whlttedj friend to dinner on Friday. ha bis place1 our c)4 iHrchcnl Mr. (War Carter came home advarttanl for ?le. from Ilerea College far a few days After dinttef anil auajier were visit with Mr. and Mrs. Mai Carter. rved, the erawed wag antertainwl Mr. Hiirri'on Kay and Knindson, Brown, vhlted relativea at hy murle until the wea .mall hour. Hnrr: . . fri-nKri.'ay until Monday. Ktiiel Malear were Mia I.uln and week-en- d f thuir cnind-pnrvnMr. T. 0. Hill and kister Mrs. sni .Mr. and Mr. Mo.e Malear. l.iMie Walker. iave lieen iiiUni; Mr. na Mr Steve Walker near Mr. ami Mr. Letchur Simjiten, and little daaditer, A ike. visited, Crah Orchard. Mr. and Mra. Walker Kntaalmw hl mother. Mm. Jnek Slmpion,! Saturday. and Mr. T. O. Hill entertained The writer it irttnl to iy we bail a thirty of their relatives and friends nhower today. It will bo a at dinner Sunday. nio eenl Mr. and Mrs. N. Miles and daughbenefit to the crain that h recently owed. ter of Nieholnsvile, Mr. and Mrs. MI- Mulinila llcrwe who under- -' Jasper Noel, of Mndison Co. were went an operation at the Ribson quests of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Miles llonpital i imnruvini; nicely, we hope and nttended the meeting here. she will be out oon. j No Shame In Admitting Wrong. Mr. John M. Wheeler of near , mini fhould ncier he aslinmed to Mntine wu mutle the happy uuct of In the wroni;. which has ju liiic dinner last Tue.nbiy. The own heHiiylui:.been oilier woriK that hu jladiek nf Lowell and near Paint Lick Is but tnilny in Minn he wni leitenlay. Ii ulcer prepared n dinner fit for a KinsrI'0H bet i 1 ' - Tuesday, November 9th On the premises in Garrard County, Kentucky, 2 miles from Paint Lick, one mile from Manse in Graded school District 11. acres of as good land as you will find in Garrard County. New four room cottage, cistern at door, good harn excellent fencing, an Ideal Homo, all in grass, in one of the best communities on earth. 'PERSONA L. PROPERTY: old mare mule, yearling- mare old mules, old mule, broke and a good one, 2 yearling heifers, 1 mule, 1 three-yea- r .vearling bull, short horn, 1 thorough bred black bull, yearling steer, 8 good milk cows, one giving milk, one to be fresh about Dee. 1st., one' about Jan. 1st., 9 shoats will weigh about 100 pounds. 2 two-year , tilul nlile hail Trv oimo." l pi She IihihIiiI Mort !l litt Mkiu It lu'lil, f. r lie kiHai li -the tllnii iMtilllet." hail llllli' nf lu k nr tiilnliiiuv. Thill he tool. nrie iIiiiikIi. with ii ileft twl- -t nf tier prvt'r linmlt. inaili' It Into a smreful eor i inplii, h t It I'oiik for n tulnuii' or tV'' Nlul took It to the Miitr.v. lllleil It "l It in ereiini nml lierriei iimJ Murt with llie wnrili: "There l oirriliis uttire ut.ittnt-ilaiwell-lTllt- mi Hiukliis It oliii' fiirplu iloiich, up Intii MUHethine pala I nei! THE UNIVERSAL CAR Out of the more thn ',000,000 Ford cars now irj use, aloiit sixt) pen it have been sold to farmers. Probably no other one thing has brought to the farm so of comfort and profit as has the Ford ..... It hns enlarged the dal Hc, doubled the fariKrics for marketing, brought, the ton .Hxr ikw r tnthe farm, inultipli.nl tiirth fanrnr y'casurc; of living. A fair. ' .ut .ma! ii lnw cost, of 'th. .it . tHrrafj ;!) and maintirv a. We w 'reit mhit "filer Air one now I ccauae !ic ikmatul is Lrgc and cuntinu.i l . imtv-ii- n. -uh 1 two-ye- ar 1 - 1 , Turning plow, drag harrow, cultivator and many other things toO numerous to mention. Sale begins at 10 o'clock. Terms made known on day of sale. j FOREST CENTERS, PAINT LICK, KENTUCKY. n ar-iTo her irpi le .Mnrt ra Ho luilil the tlt4li'iiry lit f. Inrt. turulHC It roHinl and rmiml :i (if It with rrttlrnl tatiMH-tliiaaaHteH awl tallBhl(imnt "Wlty. 'IWnloT ho birt fnrtti imh'w mhiiIi' a reitnlar mHlv eream . hnl l a t ilai' "Ami pea) t reaiii enttel Itntulrml Te e "A ' ittuinutl artliw nf iw :in l pr la the ilfw tirw. ami . amh V nu- - .if wala atnr laie. laH'ttminil. turel). not to h. M (t.i thelH lairiiutl lu'fi) Imit; mm''' Wlitt u w niy lltt" ami tie prmliictil it tliero aro mira hunilriil pln"e ell Vr In the county where they crenm. Tiiii.Ut, ih) Ioip, win you ii.a';e up roni'ti like Hint rlslit nloiiKr' 'Tlie Mitiplit ami MiKlekt ilan the worlil. lUiir." erniie the prompt re piy. "Thru our fortune l maile!" Mort nipliiriiuly. Which wui koinuwhat ivlruuii;aiit hut the t'pcrliut'tit that follow nl w ill theso mutually trultistHoun purlin r UkluTi'il lu a hunlnvui Hint nn a ktrp plui: kloni; lo dirtier cninuierehil ucllf-IMby the time of their wtddlnj. ei' i (." i n-- 'i, Haseiden SroK Garage .iti m;iretd ,a any i ir v t k . , s K ?, .WTV . i eve .TV.' j.Y-r-m'- ' ii. sun n il fPHaWifrrt Th! Central Record. Lancaster. Ky.. Thursflny. Nov 4,1920 IWINT I.ICK lif .ir Dr. N'ntlont. ' b.' C. f.o fttAajitak "' "r KurtH-- f Puffed Up. u ( iorc' nnd (rfstcT. ut!4 v.t tt .r ! MNt Httte mii. Andrew f ! inottrr vi an.! ,i 4 JIl. J. V. L'r. Av McAtiK t.r utt in It . i.moml ihapfrlns, 24 p ?. Mr. IU (filbert, mir lliirh Sc hu..i rrinripMl with Hi. A. II K.irti.' for ill ."i rllfffli. HIVE WE DONE IT? It hns bcav. our aim, to offer in i the only town In this seetlnn that. urr riling to I' S. (Jovernnient Cen-suI.h shown an inrrrnse during llin i. town's (ci'U a' fall ob- 2, Increased from 1.6ft" lo J.iim or nearly 41'per eent i wi ir liarranl show nluft u i er eent .iiere:ie, the HMO census o i unt heme ll.stil. N'lcho-la r Im pji ln ji-ji- t Since IIM0 tht r.tet . le jl -- Jmifnl h.w Ml Jfoe tin" ntttiiOtlv Mill ii r, gun Cofsvn. V r.t StmilV.I n aa m :t Kft a n a n nw .u n k., lk Imsl htr , .in . - Itortlai suits and overcoats, the best values t ft Classified Column KATES .SitiRlr i Mitre Mar Mb lfti iMr 4 ll. ul.1 i i . t ' r uueata I'lillU, of K. K S, N fr ; tainable. A bijjr job. that, and we have it. S lic near Smltlifield Frnlnv seeer.il weeks visit tu friends anil relative. Mrv. oil , Mt. Fenny Wnlker returnei t inr after spared no effort or sacrifice to do Have we succeeded ? i jj JJ 3 Jj. thM place, who him the tM entire eiMmunlt. KliuiUtli Patrick bn return from Puintvillc where he hn been for remr time with her itcr nml ntlirr relatives. MU'M M.iu!e ami' Minnie Conn n ami lirutliri C'atid were . rChn.dom Ituckfi for the ueck-eru- l nml attenileil the spottLIng nl tin plncc Snturtbiy etenins- Word wn reeeivj.f her.' M.n morn I nc of tb suduc.i death o! Mr. I'otrp at Silver Creek. Mr. Iteop i tlic mother of Mr. Hinnetl Itoop .f . t X lnrrtions le n wnnl Ukrn for le Ulan 30c in this rolumn. No hiI, hi ibU ruluniii rlmteeil. Sevrn liitrrtlun the Ni'l prlrr of tJvr fr jj i'hone onlers must be pniti promptly. KMUHIOrnKKKirnKKK ttUMKMSVIitMl WE WILL LEAVE THE ANSWER TO" YOU, COURT DAY when we have suits and newest I ! Timothy Senl for sate, (inrmril Itook nnl l.lnniln FOIt rniMtvrs. I'riMlure Cumpiiny. SAt.i;. I'ljinouth .Mrs. K4. shown you these wonderful overcoats, alt the rhone Nt. firaw, 0, llryatit.villr, Ky. ympnth of season's hHlt. WAN'TKI): 4cV; HiO About UHL'ht frHM 60 to 80 jwuihL W. II. Ilurton II Mhi Sadie P.aMcr tame hon e rn day night friwn GeorirVtoun bringing MtiMe Pigg, Head. Hlsen. Hennkci, wlm wi-rher vimoii. fnr the wc.-end. All returned In (icorgetown College Monday rtiornirivc models. Bear m mind, please, that we're not only buiidinjr up tremendous volume of business-w- e lie who bttrrnMiil Imk eriite taw the Utirrnrit uml Mneoln IVtkne Co. will filonse return Mime n ue nr i f It. neei LUST Sunday night being HallowVen. the boy almost tare up the town getting old buggy wheel und buggies anil stacking in frtnt ef store. causing the merchant to have to move them before they toult open u, for buniaec. Hut the worst prank that wine one took the tap on the wheel of Mr. Henry Moore' buggy causing the wheel to come on, hi liorsr to become ftightcned aiul tear-in- g up nl:not a new buggy, throwing Mr .Moore out nml cutt'ng hi head tfc.- - inr the are also building- up a - re- Key. pt week, Wrxler ! on the I'ublte Square dur-- i one Dodge switch pleMte return Im th nffUe a ml rrunriltst. putation. It's only natural tljen, that we , 1'Hcnty buakeis of Mil Ml. HI lOlt itum. f.r X II Uan4er. l- -t Ky . It. V Ktn. l No :i p.l h i would offer nothing but what is absolute-.ly dependable. , KAI.r::-Je- rj' himi. Milk com freli ii Copyright BHtl ;tH4 lOit-S- t T I. VnnUs bsside hruinir him u. 9:o Hart Slu(fri ft Mii I i vii, i.: i;hmI rondition. IIV-ZI4I- .I iu nruHiie ms Mrs, Kflln Arnl- - hrsmm. MAKKSBltKY Jlattle Roume ipcnl the week end with Mr. Jni. Turner. Mis Mattie l.ee I'ntk. of DaitVillc ha been tpeniiint; several day with her aunt, Mix Chan. Dunn. JJiues Sallic l.ou Mrcv. of ter and (ieori;ia Dunn, .if lleunu Vi. ta pent the week-enwith the Muse Mi d REALLY FINE SUITS AND OVERCOATS AT DECIDED SAVINGS. $25. $30. $35. $40. AND UP. FOIt KNTsFor year ll'ltl I0l acre farm at Murrrlliu Confer Kmory at Uatson's I,lUi or applyMrWhorter McWhortrr, ta K. C lUlfl K. Main Street. Of I l.exincton. Ky. , Fiist of all lot us firmly impress iipon'you the fact that quality lias cut been skimped in order to make it possible for us to quote our present prices. not! Indeed An unsatisfactory quality is not a good investment for you or for us We have simply decided to be satisfied with iCoytton. Ann Swope, of Danville, who' hn been visiting Mu. Sam Uourne, of Vet Uincatcr will spend several Mr. FOIt SALK PKIVATKI.Y; -- Th. former rcsldcnrn of (lovarnor llrad ley. opposite Lancaster High School buildint;, l.rIni;ton avenue, J. It, Mount. tO-7-- at ! weeki with relative here before re- -' turning, home. Medame)i Kdmond Sutton. .Mote' Pollard, Chan. Dunn William Blank and Mi Sue Sutton entertained at' dinner durini; thi week in hunor of Uev. Skak'K and family and Dr. Hor-tie- r, of Campbell, Mis Dean Hunter who U a thrifty house keeper take reat delight In niakini; jood Jersey butter which he readily dispose of together with the cream. She ha i na compart. vcly short time realizad from the product 5130.00. A lady living in thU community, who i convalescing and n staunch re. publican said in this iirecence of her daughter, "I don't think it would hurt me to go to the pwlls nod vote." The bright young girl iniickly replied.; but It wiKibi nearly kill pa" (I'a b a Democrat.) The meeting which begun Inst week is still in proirre but no additions any price. the smallest profit consistent busiriuss-an- STIIAYKD: -- To my house about the 1st. of the month a black and white spotted llird iloir. Hns on tag. Owner can have same by proving property and paylnc for kerpin of doj; und this ad. J. T. West. FOII IIF.NT -(- .'araee adjoining the hotel for rnr 1021. Possession giv en January lit. For further Information call on lrs.' liella A mold rranc hO-.M-tf- with good business methods-an- d thus we will be abtaro.give you the best values d volume-is obtainable. This will mean an increased volume of we want. what I ! Phillips STANFORD, Phillips KENTUCKY. 4 f I. .My new nungaiev. Danville F.vcrythtnc Street Mnodern .nd l'o. For (Ut once O .Hill, price and liberal tttms. T Unrnster, Ky Smiley Hill. Frunnfi n. l J St. pd. I i It Ion L'llll run C . . 1 -- "o, Stanfords Biggest Store. FOU SALK One IK room house known as tltv Crwimery Property In Paint Lick. Also I I acres of land one mile from Pulnt Lick on Walnut Men.low Pikn ndJoliiiiiK the Francis place W F Parks. Paint Lick. K 1 M date. Dr. Horner delighted the audience with In strong evangelical and doct0tinal Mtmimi. He spurn th modern ulaas of religion but conMr iul Mis llnuney Molxrly nml with hii pnrvnU at l.ox ut home iiii't Tuc Hl'ENA VISTA tends crtutr for the fuith once for f Mr. and. JaUKhter were incton (.row i lll. Mr and Master Kltrin all delivered to the saints jiroving Mondsy nisfltt Mr llurvry Tei-leMr. Junin Dunn ws n Uneastcr, ,Mr. .Mr. at Mrs Frank luind Ills potiti,n by tht which he Saturdu) Mr Morris ( ilu of Kniutd Ht'l tended the speikinu :t Uinraster, Mr Frunk IjiiiiI sull noinc cuttle . much lovtw to interpret. The was a recent K'iei of Mr ami Mr. Mr Itonuf llumlltuii whs in Nieho.Monduy to Mr Kirbv Tenter. speaker teems t be of great power la.ville .Monday. ItajuHiml Mr( uvy t.nd others iti Jir. mi Mr,. H, j, Atellurty ut-- , Mr Hare Tenter hud u vrtliwble from above and great itlllnct protill eonimunit Miss l.iln Itny Scott Is visitint; her I tended the spenkini; at Nieholusville vovf tJ ,,. k, vide the audience while likening to Mr. and Mrs. W U .Itay and Mr. Saturday afternoon. parent, this week. M,w u.j the wonderful meage. uod Mrs. J. M. Anion hute hud as Mr. anil Mrs Clyde Jonvs. of I.ov ! ,,,( m, Mr. J. W Wilson was in Nieholai.l May. h .nnle their KUi'iU Uev ami Mrs. C. D. ! vllle Saturday evenlni:. liiKton spent the week end with Mr.) .mrehnso'd ome Strother and hod Mm. Flora Umc Jlr Miss Klwabeth Kins ipent Sunduyn.i .Mrs. . f. mii.ou. of htfrr ol h Mr. (iivetis. Misses Francis l.onir slid Misses Kate Holticlaw, llexkie with Miss Carlettn Ituble A number in this comni'jnity nxv Valeria Whlttuker lluulie and lluth llroaililus spent the I Kuiferinu' from coids ami sure thniat. Mr. Thomas Jenins spent Wedges Ilaney Tenter und John week-enwith their honiu folks. "KKU1T AND SIIADK TItEES'day with Mr. and Mrs. II. It. Scott, and Uessie his new l.und, MisHes llernice Mr. I.ueus Fuiter bus Mr. und Sirs. Fruuk lloie have re 15LOOMING SHItl'ItS Mrs. Mattie MeCulley Is vtsitint: dwelling ut Uurkeyc almost rendy forf ". Muster Welliy leater and J. OKAl'H VINKS her brother und sister here this week. turned to their home in Lexincton nf-t- occupancy. ' '"n- - uirt" uuents of Mrs. K. II. spending n few week with Mr. J. KVKHGHKKNS Several from Hryantsville attended Uncu.ter Mon.lay und Mr. and Mrs. Clarence llumphery Ison and sisters. 1'GKBNNIAIiS the sale of Mr. J. S. Ison Thursday. S. ht'lml ,ov Mrww lurch. The Udies Aid of lluena VUtu, and other, were recent uuesta of Mr iuiuhahi: Mr. und Mrs. Will Scott and son. made fS3.f0 and Mrs. I.ouis Murphy. HOSES at Mr. J. S. Ison' sale William I', were in Ijincuster Mon- Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. II. M. KurU enterHEDGl? The proceeds will k to day. tained Itev. Strother unit Edwin Mt. Olivet Church. ETC. (livens Monday nlicht. Mr. T. Scott and son A. FREE ILLUSTRATED CATA- were inA.lluena Vistu Saturday T. Jr.,r. morn-intCUNN'S CHAPEL. Iluu. l U Walker, of Lancaster MIIUMl VMIWIif HuM'sl AGENTS. LOG. NO lult ! bNUurM c4strta. addressed the vottrs at the school iciifr. isKwst-wt- a. lira. Mr. Willie Davis has been HI. Mr. und Mrs. Luther Jones, of house here Friday evening-- . caass atWt smiawais Islls. II. F. HILLENMEYER & SONS Owen County am visiting hert this Mrs. Cordelia Davis is ut home Mum's lalsa has rvarr4 ana. Thr wil be prsachlnif at the M. sssasasscss. Vsstcaat week. here. K. Church hre Saturday evtnliiK and tM tu sir .a LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY. Miss Int-j.nd spent the week-enMr. Wolford Uoitle spent Monday Sunday at the usual hours. ,, it,4.r ''' r , Hacrlllre .t.'IS ut on furin; miles out of Luicnster, rich land: ft roon, house, out buildings, good ore ham und plenty of water. Will trade for other properly. Price, right, term reasonable . Hoiuley, P O. Ilou 172, Ijincaslir, K 1 FOIL SALI-::M- TREES TREES Crali Orchard Strtet with Uo acie of Kruund. Ilouae bus elhl room. 2 halls, bath room, hot nd cold wnter. electric lights und ull modern includinu' all out bulla-Ing- s. co'iivi-nlence- resident; on es d Now occupied by A. W. Kuvu-tmiuf- Phone IWtmion Jan. Ut., 302 1121. er (10.14-tf- ) U.nrf A, Moore. ,'";"'. For Thanks giving Dinner. The ladies of Pleasant Grove Church will have un exchange In Haseldeii llros. storo on Wednesday, November 24th Cakes dressed hens, cottage cheese, fresh egg. and butter. Any one wishing to place an order may do so by calling Mr. II. C. Hose at Bryantsvllle. Phone No. 0. (I0.21.3t..pd) ECZEHA& d 1