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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): November 11, 1920 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1920 cen1920111101_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): November 11, 1920 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1920 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE CENTRAL RECORD. Tiiim:nnr yr.AR LANCASTER, KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON. NOVEMBER U. S. OWNERSHIP I I, 1920. NUMBER 33. COX MAKES Mr I). C. Sand!. wiNt wa at Three Reaturky Demoeratic on. The Haatenrtllt Uya hrautiHt wHm tKcm sraod crowd nf rntMr, caw the hand af lb party in the canatjr tratwman wrll raeaive important "NKW, NORHIKRN LIC.III" SYS. In be the rttjht man. uf nwHy yunr latMaa nrsl vantatnenta N Haas ftnmittt as lmt Jim M. Cox. PutttwcraUv eH- retutt af the etactioti. Two of yountx mew from the Wat ernl f Wa hate never Men a bettar laeal h:m or i.igiitinr tisno. Ms llret Mint- - for the PriMnnJ, mmsrlty Lincoln. The eisltltir 'p"a mtHt kwve With Mia tham will heroine rankin than ha had itftranimtlan uiitweighiii our hoy by at lansi Utemcnt ilntr tlir electron said that liaarvia Dana usentlnc Chairman member pf tmHtrtnnt comniitlcen. U'llti the itntletii.n at the Hw Mv (Hut he win "m proud ii when i' the defeat in the primary of oight pouml. though this eemed ta of the women and Air. K. C. GiiIm, PlonUni and iiiovert Talwerw Wiiro-houtterretary f the cnmiMe the party Thetu W. Sim Terniiwee, ranking have little effect UMin our hojr. far nhi started.." nml tlmt he "wuuld loentetl n .Slnriford Street, ' yield a single Jot wa thoriirhly organiaad which re- - lemoeitir memlter of the Interstnte they interfered and tnekJud thixe ri'.mv ft nnr nimI w:II have one of r 'IH a if they were mere statement fol- - lineatter pr nciil". i ullid in piartleally a one hundred "'i Foreign Cemmerce Committee the very bett IiiIphcch market m the Ily Michigan, pigmies and did It effectively. Frank B. Diiremus, pr rent vhIp at th hII. The Kentucky the rnming usixiti nf I the meniber on the committee, ii score of IH to 0. Stanford won over women of thi .county as "in tnot seiond ir Hip first time in ten year con- i tale hirtice ocvtipn h tpace filtl by Th Republican party t m complete other rwuntie of the state were apt Itepreseiitlve Allien W. Harkley, First this team n few week ago, when trol of I lir leglslatl.e ntiil executive UTi feet, inuneiliiitelj along aide of pupil in politic und did their imrt ' Kntiic"k litriet. will become rnnk- - Hu'tonville had her best man out, but their bct man wu on hand lat branche of tin- - national government, Stanford Street, occupying all the of the work to perfection. A a re - "'K member of that committee therefore policy a to xlntutp and ad- Space between tlmt tlreet and the I remedies. Representative William J Fields, Friday and the score resulted as suit of tht wood work the expected, In one of the must Utiles roal priie are broken Im- rrpublKim majority was reduced aev- - Ninth Kentucky l)irict will becomK shown above. The lluitonvile boy ministration It with it. It task is no k S Itailmad huutp in Cen- mediately and erooketlno driven out eral hundred. The one gratifying rankinr minority meniber of the Mil- - tire all fine fellow ami come from niiKPr that of the critic, but thp con niotierii ami complete Jivf that thp Democracy of thp coun- - tral Kentucky nnd mid to bp one of of the business, Mr Cnlder said, the thought in the cnmpaivn I that the AlTairs Committee a a result the best families nf that delightful true tor It I my hepc ami firm Up the best lightel one in the state, coal oteriitor inut be prepared to party umler the leailershtp of the line of the defeat in the primary of Re community, but they play pretty try will not nttrnniit mlotagc. Thp Ihp npw system of "S'l.rthern Light" receive from the witli u the same kind organization in thi county i iincell"'ctlt,,ive Kent, Alabama. The rough football, in fact referee (leo. country ha teen nutte enough of heme used of a blow which th- - real estate in- again well united, with all traces f defeat of Re prec ntntivc John A. Chinn, of Center, told them about The tale lloor oceilp'et a tpacp of terest nd the landlord hd received' factions eliminated. Not only is the ' Moon, Tennessee, ranking imnoroity it several time during the nfternoon tRt "We arc in tlir midst of mi emcr-xenr- .10(1 feel by 10(1 feet, the lloor Iipik fror the Stale visible elfect of the tender gratify- - member of the Putt office and Pot but It seemed to havs had little effect and thp Nation' pvrry resource of concrete The roof I of the " The two Senator- - made it clear ing, that i in the holding down the ' "oads Committee, place A. H. ltoue, u somu very rough tactic were used should in belief of thp Uoth" deliri. letting in nil the light that they were le.s pBncernMl at pres - expected majority of the Id - pulili - Sixth Kentucky District, in second in every period of the game. goal wa never in danger hing thnt arp hrlpful 80 long a from the North, the best light than ent about the eaute of coal profiteer- - can, hut the campaign of education ' place. jvprnmrnt exist thp principle of ran he had nnd one thai alt buyer a ing than about Ihe remedy Tin will result in Kentuckmns more than twice during the four hich was so well directed that it will Thomai Jefferson will hp thp center well a teller iiy cannot ! improv tell for many elections to come. holdini milking majority post on five periods, once when Hustonville lost a fumble on the ten yard about whUh human hox will puttier. pl upon NEGRO ARRESTED The large crowds that attended all lloue Committee.. Representative the bull on Ocne Cochran, who never One Talk of a new urty i alnurh. the speak. ng In the countv and the Hen Johri'on I ranging Democratic line, when TIip llwor tjiace alone will comfort ght a wpII discus the destruction aldy hold l.fidU batkpt, which .,,n,m""", "f ' Democratic voter member of the District of Columba loose sight of the ball, grabbed it PRISON uivet f human emotion nnil ran njnety yard for the first e for the arty is the good foundation and Library Committees, and of the one tnme llea of the capacity R. Y. Thomas. Jr., Third touchdown. The second time it wa essential a it has hern t the building. In the lighting tyttem IH) for future viclorie While the ma- I i i yji r n. --1...11- -: iwun.iv.-- i Aclfarp of thp country in thp past, tath are ued, with right pano to the i ti ......... Kleil ...... enemy 111 mOSI n, 1... ... IO IIIC mir ini r VUllllllllll'r. lost by down on the fifteen yard line. The outstanding features of the game more nepd states are large, ami greater than any f creed of Democracy a lb. ar a total of 3H III uine on the Parsons. was the long run of Cochran, the now than ever lecntie recent tale lloor alone one of us had anticipated, yet we tee! TOBACCO Kveti on the very forward passe from Holticlaw, to event havp mrnir it dHtmrtly the darkit day, the light i m etl disfor Democrat to be eh., rn fason James Robm.on. negro f Fayette ruiK.-.- l () OpOll 111 Sanders, Cox tu Holticlaw and Holtz-claWith the factional d.ir.r-- , mcrican party. tributed tlmt a Mii can be teen on county, was arreted rhurday a to Cox, all netting heavy gains. In iptrit I am at proud as when any part of the lloor. r wt , e reformatory he wa leavmg the JatUKiry 4tll. I would not re) thp fight started This afternoon our boys will play ,(J ( (u e- Two Pairbank ami Mne reale at Frankfort by Ram Moore. shPnff single Jot in j the cruck team of the Lexington High trace a step nor yield (f have bprn litnllel altilig the Mile of of Franklin county. At " ISchool and it will he just a good as "f ,l" principle It was a prlvllrge to make perou. time in U.p his.orv of the Re- the unloading driveway, which wake sworn to by Senator Ilinim M Rrock men in Lexington la.t Monday, it was tne game iai Saturday mil me score Imp content for the right in the face of iul,u. o(nt ,o in for them very uccrtaible from the wagoH of Harlan charging him with the , ,ht the tobacco market may not be so large. overwhelming odds There i u ds-t- i and mure prompt unloading. Kn- - murder of Mi Uura Parsons, Pine , ,tm.rt m ,. , , .would not open there until Monday .Speaking of foul tactics used in ct dltrcrelice between defeat ami trnHrp k made ihi the buihling Mountain Scltlenienl school teacher, pwitioa with high tead of Deccniber football games by some team and surrender hopes of turning ' J"H,mr froiM Staiifort street prxt Uo frwm who wus assaulted and murdered on ' was previously announced. some people wondering who is re' The line uf DesnecrMcy still flits! itefaui int.. 1. r..,.l Totten avenue, the king driveway ac- The- manufacturer protested against sponsible for such tactics, Alfred K. .1 ymlxl at thinw more eMlur- - cwimHtatiftc 12A wngont, aU under the Pine Mountain trail on S"pteHihor the THE WEEK 7. Robinson was serving term xn ejirly uneniiiir on account of the Uo., in n recent article say: Are ,r'k than the paoHn and renUaent lied. The iHiiluiiig i a Near fire- frm the Fayolle county tourt on a, Iter return from the stute have market in the South not being the players of a football (earn each come with lK aftermath wf 4 can be made proof ' af robbery, having been Mv eloped that Keutui ky vottsl for fore that time. .individually at fault when foul tac- war" ' A private tutteti i now bring hud cnugfct picking pocket among the James N Cox for President, but that This necessitate the opening of tics are employed? No, they are not along le the building, which I U crowd that gathered t wit tie the Senator Hcckham was swept down in the Lam-astemarket on Tuesday, i nor i the captain.. Primarily, im- New feet long, making it very accestiblp arrival of the Harrow unit from the landslide that wa.-- nation wide. January 4th.. which time has been medialelv nnd remotclv the blame for iRiiding the hogheadt, which are France. He gave hi a home Kentucky Democrat made a hard agreed upon by the warehousemen of I enn be hinged on the coach. U. S. light to save the Kentucky Senator ' this city. elevated by machinery to the door (luthrle hy. j There are men who have not .Mis Parson whs on her wuy ovcrj but thi political avalanche was too enough individuality or backbone to '.chard P Krnt. who will receive level. Senator Ileckhrim retire A large pitting room, that will the Pine Mountain trait on foot to great. thp certificate of plection as United HANSEN order offending pluyerx permanently off the field when they are inclined to State Senator over hi opponent J. eauly accomodate tu bti)cr. has her work a a teacher in the Pine 'March ltd. next from nubile life built In the Northern end of the Mountain school iu Harlan county, holding the respect of Kentuckmns of make foul. And there are many, In t V Hcckham. I a native Kcntuc-Kia- r Lost City." political faith. she wa outraged and mur-.al- l He ha been an Hp wa horn In Covington and building, adjoining u large storage when many men who. are not Iackfnfr in H vinning at the Roman Opera , ,,ow,.r t0 ,enl harshly with wrongdo-publi- c - room, Her body wn discovered able, conscientious and 'earless pub- which will take care of hun- dcied t .1 gtaduate of Centre Collegp, Dann,ch, u ,u'w ,crial by l"r.,,l" Hp ha hcen active In Kcntuc-- , dreds upan humlred of hoghcad searcher from the school ev- - lie servant devoted to .l duty. but whose morhb, of manhood are ,Ml' 1 ,l' featuring J corrupt a well, for they actually en- nays after erul the murder wa the highlit District Democrat after mu'" for yean and served one k politic A hydraulic proa la now being a desperate light have the atisfactlon Ju",u,a l'I,"',n " tiflecn neiisation- committed skulkini trick! vor a chuirman of the Itepuhhcnn in the prising room. I According to the report in Harlan that this district is redeemed and "1 'Pindes, tilled with unbelieveable . wish to remind nil tieonle that Sta'e Central Committee Hp u n - at the, corThe main otrice will Imcounty, the governor offered a re that Judge Ralph Gilbert will have ,,0,',u of .larint: and hrenthless u..iwhen individuals of a team stoop resident of Covington ner of Totten avenue. UMng the rea ion of Willam ami sidence formerly occupied by Mr. ward of S0li for the arrest and con- - King Svvopc's seat in congress next P1"""'- - Knli episode more pectacu-,0WI- I Mr Ernst 0 employ underfunded and de- cunt testable trickeries the withy- - washy Sarah llutler Kmt, thp former being John Hot, which hat been left In- viction of the man who attempted to March. Judge Gilbert proved him- - mr "u,n ln 0,m'r- - i ..11 ,hl wil'' and uncivi- - person known a the coach i to assault Mls llarvey.but has since re-- self to Ke a good runner. Conside- r- ",r prominent Kentucky banker, having tact Convenient office have been tive of this adventuresome blame, and he should be "fired" at engaged In hanking in Lexington ami arranged and rooms will heated and called that reward. From Sent- - ing that King Swone bad made tucli Utvl later In Covington, a president of the lighted to take rare of the waiting ember 7, the date of the murder of an elfort to lead the soldier vjite from M"rter of the world. Playing their once! lnl k'iKantlc production, add Mis Parsons, to November .1, the day the lrmocmtlc nartv bv hi lUttcrini? I,urt "A pervon, who as coach, instructs oM Northern Hank of Kentucky, n public. cash bonus and liiJ",K ,,u',r "wn nlivMunl thrills to his player to "down" a good man of after the election, the authorities promises of position he held at the limp of hi Stable room for the accomodation have apparently been iulescent in failure, we think Judue t:illi..rt sensational tale. the opposing side because he it nfraid death. of the team have been looked after the effort to bring to Justice the mur-- deserve the congratulation he is re-,l U " wil'1 ""'"'"I ' con- - hit team will receive an honest whipRichard P. Krnat i a member of and t'JA teams will be cared for dur- clerer of Miss Parsons. tlnuou thrills and hreathlctn climnx ping through the effort pf the ceiving for rcdeemlm? the .li.iri. i d the Hoard of Trustees of Centre Col- ing the felling "troilucing; scenes and situa-th- e We expect Judge G'lbert to makei'"'Robinson, the negro convict, was man, it kin to n polecat! Such lege and hat liven active In educa,i,m ,u'v,'r ul portrayed 011 the u person is litterally a Jelly-fisThe cltlicnt of Lancaster and the suspected by the authorities and was District popular representative I in tional work throughout the ttate. and M'rial ,)o'1 '"' the first moral structure. And like Jelly-fUmure particularly in hi home coun- planter and grower of (iarrard coun charged with the crime by Sheriff II. and his opportunities for service to He helped to build the Coving- ty (hould he proud of such a building, II. Howard on the Saturday following his district and his party 111 these 'l,i"d', Friday night. November Vi. he cun be moved in any way that the ty ,t- tide, i. r., the supporters of the team ton Iniluitriul Club and the Covington the completion of which insure, that the crime when a shirt covered with lay of reconstruction although be- with two house in the tlty, the tobac- stains, supposedly of blood, and be longing to feeble minority, are ee tit to move him. Such 11 person )l T KOSS. co crop of this und adjoining counties longing to Robinson, was found iu great. i a degraded pawn of the whimUlcal can he well cared for and a splen- the convict camp. A chemiral ex .Mr. Hannah Ross, aged $7 yeur mob! So finally; 11 team' lente of Officers did market it assured. amination of the stains made in state' died at the home, of her ton, Kbb portmanhip reflect upon the charAt meeting of the local Ited The Planter and (irower Ware- laboratories is taid to l.uve revealed Ross on the Danville pike last Friday acter of the crowd to which It belongs (ro Chapter latt week, the follow-n- g house has been completed at it cost that they were not caused by blood. evening after u lingering Mines of because, obviously, such a coach folofficer were elected to erve for of JMl.OOO, which kntw'iiu ones tuy He iTivpn Hv .nc:i 1.several months, caused from infirmi- low it desire. ICev. II. S, Hudthp entuing year; Rut way of comment wc have in I welt worth the money, considering ties due to her age. Beckham's Sallip Klkin, the high cost of son, Chairman, Ml Red Cross. material during the She was a member of the Methodist Uu" 'urcgolnir an excellent ptycho-churc- h Vice President, Ailolnli Joseph, Treas- last year. To and had been since early ,0ical 'Xriment. If the psycho- urer Lewi Gill, Treaturer and ,ooI i,,to hottom of a Plan are rapidly being consumated j childhood. Short service were held j JUK'4t The tirm U incoiporiited at I. (iruyut. chairman of Hon. John KM C Mr-(lainei, Secretary. ami rehearsal are bcit.g held almost 'at the grave 111 the Lancaster ceme- - "'"rt'" teum, his probe will reveal a 'vi th about IS per cent of the the Democratic htale Campaign Com )r J W Edward and Mis Jen-- ' stock having been paid in. Mr. A. K. mittee, charge that the defeat of nightly, for the Pageant that will be tery, where the interment took place "l'!ly" coach ami a "gang" of ie Illxgint were nelectod a directors at the School Auditorium. Sat-- 1 Saturday afternoon; the service be-- j l'orU'r descendant of a race, many Walker Is President and W. A.Speith Senator Hcckham was accomplished t large for (iarrnrd County. "good port." conducted by Ruv. Price Smith, i of()vnom W4're 0,1 iu secretary ami manager. Mr. Jake by gross and numerous fraud of the unlay evening, Noventber 20th., k Vt tin ' meeting Mr. W. V. Miller ,,,am vannot long endure that survived by three children, Mr. (Iran, who hat purchased tohacro in itvpubliian in the Eleventh District iler the auspice, ami neneral uper-- 1 She v - unaniiuousl) choten at chairman foul tactic nefther cu a vi. ion of the Local Chapter of the 'Kbb lit- -. Mum Heltia Rom and Mrs. employ (iarrard ami adjoining fur cite ''.c (toll Call drivo which will the paat ten yostr. will luuntiv sale and clmrsjosmany instance to upMrt Garraru County Red coach not here at least 'T wore bet. be the Cro. The Arrme Bali. It from here like hi. 1..- - piarp during the present month, "wvv ide Me white lUg He know Hutnagttr of tht Huute there is a netcm in 'He woodpile. pageants have been k.vhi over the Ileasu call and .attic your school.i1"' truce, if such u condition U tu ..f which will fr iriven in thte 0f the value uf (iarrnrd County tobac- However the ahnrgo should be ift t.ale during the Iitt few weak, the tin tater Uxm with Frank Kauffman. Trent, transpire, for the tnir.t of "Pair PlaW co tiatl i anal to be the host Judge ed tu ihe bottom. The opportunity one Kiven at Danville a hort while uror fssr the yuur liiVJU. Penalty ha determined to die with the sword ago. provisl very eatei taming and a of the i. if, ever on the county' fur frond in the KJcvuutli District Lumber Lower. In it handt" Vs a Dae. 1st. nmrket. and with W A. Speith as it groat und should be stopped if it big crowd enjoyed iu pruduritM. J. A. Iloasioy, President, "The Itiil Crott of Peace" t the with to call attention to our the ltenerul munugvr, the ucvea of I being practiced a charged by the L. G. Davidson. Secy. Drops. title given the entertainment and rer.'leri of the largo inlvertisement of the firm assured beyond all doubt. Democratic Cainjulgii chairman. II H- -'t khovvt the splendid wjrk that ha I he Dattiu Lumber Coiiipany on the A dispatch from .Minneapolis state hecu done done it back page of tin uuo of the Hecord. Buckeye that for the first time 11 almost four AGE BROS Rrd Cross andlime bein peace. by the in This enterprising firm is announcof years, Hour sold there last Tuesday Mls.c High ing the decline in thq price of lumber Ruth Carrier and Willie The pupil uf the iluckvye Contentment exists when WEST-I'KTR- under ten dollar a barrel. Auto Livery. Sander have the work in charge and and u a retult, reganllet of the cost School will give an entertainment in is used. OiU that Kiietrate, Family patent broke from thirty, prfce of their present stock, are school building; Friday evening, ltcginning Monday, Nov, 16th., we with Mr. May Hughe Nolund lo tup-pl- y gas that vibrate, gives power untold. five to seventy-fiv- e lr tha cent, making the beginning at teven will run two Ford, day und night-Jus- t the muaic, we predict now that Get the bett nnd sea the "difference." low quotation $0.05 a barrel. On medicine" and mIIIiik It at November a crekt reduction. Give them a call o'clock. A delightful program ha cull 204 for prompt service and th pageant will be u (treat succea the same day December wheat old Watch for the "RED TRUCK." and te If they don't mean Just what been arranged nnd the public I urged fulr price. Also repairing done on and will have the ami Sold exclusively by W. S. Carrier, for $1.77 while March wheat was Vl think thoy 1I0. they ay. support of the entire community. all make of cars. to give It presence. Phone 63. about two cents lower. LANCASTER HIGH OF COAL URGED By Local Organization FIRST WAREHOUSE GO UP IN HOUSE. .Defeats Hustonville 11 STATEMENT. Score 11 To 0. Planters And Growers Two Senators May Push MR. I). C SANDLRS PINE Congressmen Will ReCHAIRMAN. ceive Advancement JViVntiul Democratic Althotiarh ltncnit' r won by a vary ''ill To Seize Mines Tobacco WarohoiiHC ure, one f the matt iattr- As KeHUlt of ('.iniiuintc Hopes The afdrit wt which trio lotal elin foottsall can of tae siasnw as Lvnn rt) enoriruitRiNc. Completer! And In on Um tatal r atojrwaa the trjr4Mttii war bed t (tva Election. srrMsftt1 beta laat Friday aftiraaaw. S There Will Be York, ftnaiot Willtata Jl the aarfy the kttat la be had (far Now Ready For the IlMtonville tfwi wssjrt waeti (' il.ler afttt Senator Vf W. Rttfe, 'reral week before he elect Ion cOMwmiE rosTs opi Nn Prtliticnl wa hwn by th raasstH m nfaretian iawn ia defeat by a seor af II to 0. ' 't;v NefMrtiMstlir mHaburi of lis Business'. POST-VOT- E A I de-tiv- NEW TOBACCO GOOD WORK KENTUCKIANS TO r -i I ) Subulate " t'nltei 5tsit CtMiniiHe day. u . likl ar.ncuncr1 to.: in a joint tatrmrnt that ihv wstjll rrM a Mil for the naUmalist on of the esml k xiitU y to the greatest extent unnVr the CoHttittiliin unless) the price of emil ilrun radically nral profiteering conl iritairi1! reform. il(l they Ilolh of the Senator were radically uppo.iil tu government ownership and control ti political principle, but thai the val, prolite ering In eoal ha produced aaitiintiiin calling for drastic reform hv the appllrntmn of ipiirk ski-hcon-feeil ! West-ende- ''" y J ' AT ' ff .,.. GATE Rcpre-sentativ- i 1 11 J, MARKET Lancaster w .,.. i. ' - e Kentucky's Senator. Ih-p- JUANITA "The c"-er- s, low-dow- , , I 1 ne-wr-y 11 "' 1 ' - 11 "'" '' one-goo- h h, 11 n Elected 11 PAGEANT ' A't Charges Defeat lo Fraud. $7&.-UU- "' un-ji- 1 ! 1 lU 1 ..." "' Flour s Entertainment DEATHER Satisfaction Prevails. O "tak-ingVe- The Central Record, Lancastei, Ky.. Thursday Nov 11,1 920 No . 1. aaJT sir-e-e, bob! HOMEMADE FOOD DRIERS CHEAPEST pPi STORMF.S l.TT lli II IT , No premiums with Camels all quality; AMELS quality plus Camels ex- pert blend of choe Turkish and choice Domestic tobaccos pass out the most wonderful cignrotte smoke you ever drew into your mouth And, the way to prove that 1 lh tftataMnt c( l; i rllfr.XIii4m.ltib etc Ihmt lifiimnu Uilnl Hunl'aStlx trhttnf haf4nU ( Mk im Vn im'i Im m mi I I) tout nNiy quMlHMlf mr.cn . !(. HtMWMITOIAV. fllrJ DRUG STORC. CARDS. M. S. puff-by-pu- ff They are always refreshing never tire your taste. TURKISH& DOStCSTtcl is as new to you as it is delightful. Yet, that desirable "body" is all there! statement is to compare Camels with any cigarette in the world! Camels have a mild mellowness that Cieed App'et Oryinj on Home Made Tray, Tin1 MutU' trli HATFIELD DENTIST Office I'honr. Ofllcr ur Tli S. GarrarJ Hank. K.itiUnc 376. KUNTUCKV LANCASTllK. they BLEND ( I OA m TTI aftertaste nor unpleasant cigaretty odor! Your say-s- o about Camels will be: "iWy, Camels leave no unpleasant cigaretty cure fi.r fnni uini fli'ii aiilN nn ml tlWH ltn union HI tr. of m'i.ii ' f - fr ) J.J. Byrne Exclusive. Optometrist KENTUCKY. DANVILLE. Oppotilo Gilchcr Hotel. . hiH-f- k gmot mmle tin to ihf Tnlfwt Siiitc ir lrir of taaatv ih' ktmrniwM hm4 H Iwr Mil 'i .nn-t but that's a great cigarette". cnttAllr ttitrrtlrt. tr Irn lucla., In 1 Imi i)- - nt ilrkv ftir pen(ve Drier. Imm rtkif Cam., trr f aoM 30 rrtymhrr .f JOJ 1h - mrr'r or whmn fou 1, r. I . R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO. Wiruton-Salt- thin rniint to ttitx itrUr mm marivt wlllnc nt prirr V. mU Md rtmt to m tfwrtmM " OffU lluur. S to 12 anil I la S p. 01 n " ' l. N. C mairifitatltAf nn'"priMhtritnM f,l ,4ilf..iiorjr acMtltlr l lr tli lnlifM M4i jnnb- in in. . . l i J. A. Beazlev i3 s. Irlinf twriI rraMl ar nf trtr. iImm n t tMMiM th ilr'.ir' n,. - mall in msz l)lltt!(.T()K Mllre tnr Br) n.l hinr mmtof juipfHrn orllnir n Orttr. Htmm who ItetldpPCe rhoee drr NnlH-lia- i Pali. I'hr 1 H(!'r .eV" I.AM A.sri.it. KY. to Ht lwSl 'r In thlr kw txk 1 Infertnatton HtMi4n i r. '. ilftrra the fnr l n tliwi iwmpfck-- f rc.ttiiNi ritiitlac Im ukrrt. ! - (m .1 '!! fr i M. J. I I- -A !'IVICK, rfttaiu. inm of u ilrim rf"Wilftir tt. D'yn fur l I Mrlal mm'.t kimI la iHiawt nn n .iMtk lea htnt ttr MiMll ntriHifV tri lrliirl itlt. Kr-i:t-r- V "I. Multlpl) ng Ttep Watch Mop nnlrh cnrrle mMminnt In Irxllcntr- - nl any wilnt of ranv " l..r tiinins li- - ' m ifn Swtt murk mitpnt News. ctaped time wlmt the nn hour wmiM ot rrrcinnilliis Iwltiionpnlli ' . nml yon ,, ..nllnary mMireit mi will have no etrrtric linlr tint a person. ci,,,n further trouble from Hint quarter. It Mgh( lath nml Is nln cowl for rats and nuts, f ilrlrl nt Hip atne time np. Mop Hip , Stoo Up Tnke n ptuc ' pule i Mont c Ho'M v), nS . A nny ret yrk ,,, ,.,,,,, nicnni,,-rii- i , Sjppete Th-r- -'. , . .,Hi.nol - wn atiil nr hntif uiiMra Ut mamlln. Willi i'KImt nf thiM- - nrtMc morh nf Ilio CMMlfn' .urpl'M ihh lir iimrri kI U matlr nf hath, mrlrr rnlirtl- VTlT. rMillHnl ewn 9& a Hamt Madr Outfit. tc ui'.i - Tm, k C. t e' .1 Piiutt Lick. lh- later ile. lh inaiarUHi l.ai. of Hie tannlha. f.l . . i.. Or. Printus Walker VETERINARIAN. IN ,r lrT CORRECT RATIONS TO GIVE GROWING CHILD Mixed Diet of Animal and Vege- LESS SUGAR MAKING JAM Saving of One Fifth to Oae.Qyartsr, Can Be Made Aaaordlng to Kltthen Cpertt. in In maaiiiK Jfll Hy .... ...... , . f.-- - ..... s 'at V' . table Foods Best. Dody I ine-flfl- ait Ma. -l-- Im uet iHrier lr aain autl ffi i ,i k f. li' h Iff i M? WM? ill TrJflE-CASING Can Meat Readily Obtain " In terlalt Needed (er Growth and Re. pair of Wane Manner of Preparation la Important. . THE ORIGINAL P1PELESS FUllNACE PATENT fit t'BHnl tHalva Puhltr li It n MOailaliv tuH In lif tU cliilil a rutkM h ittllk with li.. ..I of lli.t Ur- - Anal atone with tkHi ti.. r,. i.iiimM Im. IM vrtV pfWMMilHt. ' artWHS or hhm iaai w in amar i M' "lull mm) h.. ralloil h n. dpi'rIrMCt lo tHWSbt m ttomt ii thrlxe ln-- im what l roat- I) ralli il n iiMh iIM of aulfMal I. nli'l .'CHM- - fiMxIn. It In frMa a IM"' Ul cn-IlimiU-Ihh1 .' Aaiali'f ua t t laa wrtatle ir- -eawrlaVM kltaileM hi I 'aw1 'laarltf leaatm-nfa- l t4 alt t raaafal mt fntli Jl or fa . I far Jala. aairMHilade ael iiawari cmkuxoI fralt thK Mai' ho ramt r-- nf asrlrarrar Mmlo. hp lire mxle ll.f ralteal I.Marl.itl Mlalea eturlaaeatnl ilepariiv' bit. Imi ' Honaker Fine Cut Flowers. John N. -- M McRoberls. L. PREWITT Im ahuii' nf llw niH aaaoaat of attaajr laaa atf Nreahte. That aalty illaatiaiT after the (Wtatart ltn altaat far a fw Hn, hw the Haor a III Ih Mttrb lW rlehor IW lite M aw iiae.1 . IWHI of the aall. !all Kaahjwl ilurlaa the ar. aaal l lie mm at NMHetl a a haaMl tm refmria ' ill Auctioneer SAriM-'UTlD- (il'AKXNTLLI) Ky H I l.uikirit'. I) No .M Llllll llHlt tllO iMxir " i.l. I11I11 the liwtiHiul It grovvih ami rcHilr of I lie mhiimoii toth rHtmU nml. tlinforf. will MiMdy ntollly fr mii foU l. Frultt rlml fHl and Here is Comfort Guaranteed your whole house (every room) warm as you want it in coldest weather. When you buy a CaloriC Pipclcss Furnace you Ret a written Money-hac- k nnH.in. !. ie 1 i4f. IhttIh. hMaaa. iitnmli. tarttlpr ftwl are fllaVejetablet Hv lr With trait ut t'ruiwaai'e.l & . ahiire haaiw ami wraaao api or are aaral far Waoriag Ihuav wllh in RaMr, tnrMa alrw take the pli art of the flanalaleil urar I .in, I'nif aiel lial '!' proportion iimI I ' The unJrnietint hrreny wc warn 'in; to all prnent net to trei pan tip n Ihe POSTED vie will II. lit -- UlielllHIItMl irani nip hm Ih ritH) lifaua, ralttiasv. fn ntxl mmiii hIht. hHito lie mlneraU Henlvd m It la hioI for W.f -l tonii. Thr WH) . PREVENTION OF "FLAT SOUR" Disagreeable Taiae and Odor Can lit Avoided II Conner Uiei Freih VegeUblei, aiol rofii. ien. way laia m Astt of oii ' a ax la liar '. aal Milt vtliea !! liwj' lane u tar laale aatl a illHi;ri alltM Halawf. 'I'hla tmMe la klHiv i, ' lo llie eaaner a "lal urtir." aiel nw44e4, I'Nllotl Stalin iletaariuetn aartriillnrw taerlallaln Mt). " I he cuHatar wh Ma visitable ihui naio Kmax nllwjreal am Mer lhaii liv pn. I or 4( Woarm. baaat-h.ate )ar al a Mate. aat (Oai-- earli I. 1 d, la the maaer aa It la pariteil it,. Atm Jar Ih will imh ho alrwvi-i- l ! ' When tlm ateHWpix. ektra i H.4.lam. -la aaail, ike ar uio i.u . prosecute all olTenden U fulloit nxterit of the lute. Hunt ert am! flihermen eipeeially take It lur lanilr for any purpoie whatevei wrtlM ..nllllni. Ih' IiivIkI arW wliMi ami Meata I1m)- - (iuarantee that it must "heat your home to 70 degrees in coldest weather." ere otlior and Haa-f- ate I lie IiwIhiIo Hiulir. hihI IhhI nioHorlH of ! fl Mtat inxt pHM'. eunllt-tin- ali notice. Mm. Cora Phillip, Mrs. Emmn DanleU, H. L. Mm. Kihl B. I. Bttm Arnold, I (ViihhhI kH Jin. Sarah J. Hackley, Subitltutea-TI- mo illi Ih (trotolH. fat oOlt. 'trnil Mai. aal" In Kmma Ulccinbotham. ami N. II. I'riee. C. Itliciby. CaloriC vnginrrra made uipclctM hcating a Miccess -- ami llioir uihcim1Ii(I Mrviro in (It'tcTtiiiiiiiiK rorrtct installation U tliu tir.ictical Saves J 100,000 lev. co-- t I:or old or Cerealt.-'riio- 'o ilw pih ime I.iiIIiIUic uariintie you can have of factory heating. 1 niit Mliv Nialrlal. are rli-- lii n') j I D. M. Anderson. it. I Darker II. I. Kelley. the fuel. Now liratin over to homes more comfortably anil at than they were ever heated Iteforc. or new homes. So rxfxtittve No plumbing no pi(es to in.inufartnrer of freeze. Mad by furnace in world. Decide now warm-ai- r for CaloriC Ciuarnnttcd Comfort thii winter. larl inaiorlal atal auHio of II10111 ohi- - Hear In IhHuk fiHHl- -. lliMer. H wW n ! or aalo l ll e oarlHalve. lt tHVier awa '.ri I) u wlioHt. rV. Iwrtwj. 1 HI till III tlmo. l'laloe hh are alao In tnW u ih Food Itkh In Fati.--.a. 10 Imroii. Mill pork, hnilrr. mII. ernMii. He. Tho) Hie laxiatrtMiii lanl. Ih riMUIimi of IhiI) iNilkllmi. MHirt iMl(. e J. C. Itlcsby. Mrs. Victoria Anderson. Thompjon nml Tracy ' i ! , I"' I ' In Ihe teturl ttml 'h lu mallwa toil i,. Hat pei I iheaM IIMIII the nMorl l I1M..1 o'irr . 1 iaa) lio plaeaal ana Come to our store and let us show you this wonderful heating system. th WlUMI Mil III HOMltle Mlil ImiIIi HrhlioM bbI HtniH- u lll- 1llH.III tlieHI WMatlll IHt laalr BI m11uh. ' lluplil tiaillllal ptiMlil In lli. htpii.l mil tli .lmH- iilnl 'i' 'mi' pn.tri i' 11 Wi. iMoi. 'Ilio lw".riaHI HeseSden Bros. ,4i liolli l arWlloil aatd III tlir HHtHm-- r in Immi. Iiueer. Ih Ih lUlHd la planning f inwrlwin1 m Of for tamtile. r m tMelloitt f"wl aatl iHtltoTMll) Wr i tni imJj)h.I hreunw he aIf rii fc m mu Ml In mi inaii) la waal. fhilt. "Itlo-- r 1411 of iHaH or itMkial or lie.li "f milliwl, for Hie 'IM vIiihiM ! K fCfiilaliwI lajr ila rlee. nanliy I'lHaUwa. tt-- a "r WEST TO HOIBEWIB 1 H ret..rii iffiJl I Haze!woodi r lj iii fr m eiiii Han i A hi I -- Imi.l.i mm. fouiiwllHl llah a ... U- mmii.i) iu I. aiNke Sanatorium lor (h 1Vmtm.-n- t Tuhrreulotit ! of ahiiMlal fot or noirii pHfttatH!. era Imil'lj ivlual njotiliiif, m I..UI timet TVni CASIKC MTlNT no, m t,l,. iIih- - Making Cake Fcmndr tlont. wlo- In iniiklH: mko fuinlaiin III latere ut HrllH. h i lliilllil In' nnHOIHtirrtnl llial a Kai i.tl of UrtVI. iil - Hoi Win -- Hm lllltUetHaUS hWlHir-lle- aai tjiawlifial otnai terie wKiHit mi ii of lull W . li iHtNo.piMtfifMl toaa In a ImwiM illpflll H.l llwh It were uMuf vllU. iiiitii t otsk. uh Hnira-ira- tiy I lie Loutvullc Ann TuliriiuUMliAMocUtUmlw t) adrtpjaie lirilnunl e( in all Us lU-r- l U In 0-ml. Kate Sl.VCO r ttl, i rliidlnt; hoaid, nu-J- l alailcnilon, ImnJiy, tic High jjiound ticw. DtIIrI Speckl ratis for llwUUni p.. in. ta. iimuvi .Maintain-,.tubfi-culoili he. Header whulo rioter urouinl aiilh me aid the) M III ft- - natMitl iwulvl., fnj h t.iJ(.l m friMUm U Lk,it,.IUA m.iii -- tlTrrrwwnaii1 The Central Record, Lancaster; Ky. Thursday, Nov I I, 1920 3 1 M i 'iBBBBiaBBaWB iimi 1 - PRICES r ( icrliiiul( il, v t mild sell this stor (if 1nc ' lothuie; for tin rejrulur prices, (they're t! KH'jit v ti it - t those prat'.--. J I'tit people expict lowei pnu h nt'd Imc'iuki- - people expect lower prices Iliat you ret them in HART SCHAFFNER AND MARX CLOTHES, it means that wo vi an- tfi.n.K less titan ve expected. will soil a jr. eat niiiir. more line .viiIm ON CLOTHING. v r $25.00 $30.00 $35.00 $40.00 $45.00 $50.00. Boy's kneo atiit. $10.00 $12.50 $15.00 $18.00 $20.00 $22.50. tli! lip t" standard We .ut it; llj: ti t Mrn Suit ( iff ,i,7h. Cop trichi I. J Matt luttntr ft .Mm HOUSh OF QUALITY - s, (if LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. I tei aBB? Mk m.-- vxk CopytUit IVO llirt Scluttr.cr Mux Mk Iff HH awJ to the imirnitii: and Jim Turner M a mute to Vic l.orj par- -1 nufe lat Satu.-dnj were united ih mnrrinue ly the lie for t HO SWmbdh. M S vUltlnR J Vlmic Clark Mr. ..ltd Mr. I., il CrutchfUdd uriilj m p.mvtllc. Ibe i;unt of Mr. Ilnbin-mdanehlrr Mr nnd Mr. Herbert John. Mr Kyle Iwn i erecting n large Mr and Mr. Itoltf Itebder ami Mr. .arm, ana will mmm Im ready to da Ilurdinc I'cH of Nieholavtlle were Karat Hf Mr. and Mr. ruret furta rk rapnir ' and Mr. A J Ittec ipent Sun- Samlaj, M M.. ju, cto.W1 isov. j 0 JiKaKB day with Mn Hire paroHl, Mr wad a nrth tht ehurch aftht- Mr S'anford llnrma. rtrtac. lr Harrier, of ritmptielW- Mr Unit tli. if l.cia)v!tin b itoinur th tirearhiitk. There vU nm mi.rt a cvrai d una nine uy imiimm. two y rei.,u te hr Nwr. Mr. A. . Rite it vere elevwa MWit.m to the rhurfli. Mr. A J. Ktr mm rcn.pl.H hm TV lar- - auillnt tlwt cme every aoMtiful tm roaMtawe mn i'etfcer Hicat were hold bound ut th Into U with th family wimtlerftil lr. Horner metBe l)r Horner i highly Vouyht theat M.xtame Tint Mttan. Karet Cur- - edurated and beint; of n Mclal It white made man) fnrmt It. S Clark. V T Daolin. en- - tHwition . The nine candidate veie Imp- tertu'tted m Iwnvr i f lr Harner. of Sunriii) afterrntit'irlltville an.' ani Mt "ne t at Kmir Mi'l j MAKKSHUKY i v- ( .iuiiiIh-I-I iii.i,,.mi ami I lr an U villi- y .m. 081111' .Matt.e 1 In-c- mlo md lt t. lu-re- SVuirc- - ..leu lt - CITY RESIDENCE AT jiM5 for wan rt.own that Senator Hanlim: has !its (..mnViKiol e e- Chamber, of Comnerce. lloar.U of Alf runnint: nx n would wee,i the country nnd roll up HS in two ways, pluraht;. over Uov. Ttadr, women' elub.. rotary clubs Kepubluan and l'tb u a Hemoentt. an unprtceeit Through constant intimate lrnlrr, orKiiniintion utory. 't,bor ernor Cox. Figure, told thm e Ohio hnvuiK trotted out two From ever tnte (11 the Union the "n patriotic nnd civic ocletie are contact their own superior nn. the reit of the country ballot, rolled in each day. and a the rc.,uo,te,l to devote one mettin,; to im,,art. h of the needs of education iamr utililx to the reicue nnd ile-- i date of the election -- pprochod, it 1.l,i.le..n each lnv in a etl t.) I tboir State Tho n,ini.er al,o nlel which wan tin fnvored of the plainK ev.dent that Ud plurality. rojulily 1111- tUM ',uvo,, of l"l,r ma,l"'r , it.crwiMHtr. houriN f..vi.ri. on Sunday, December ilerstailtl. Tb Itexnll Poll howe.l that Sen- - i''reh service ftr emphamtiui the importance Uj k00ps the freshness of ator Hardtmr would have :171 vote ,f ,lu"tion in ttie Electoral CoUeto to 152 for hearts Friday afternoon ami evening of. actual miter 101. ,.f..,. people are Cfiyai week mi neeil ilenlenattMi n ... i i i... 'uiiii-iiiii " iNiiiii uii inr ui a. lh coinmtinlty meet- - only as old as they feci. '" iapr opmion to dato. obow that the In Itvxall Poll wa ihort two ehoolhoue b' h'''l ' e und l.c ,,u' c,l an"1 "Utry, for thi Oklahoma both of widen hod fhown Ulh of dincuinK the needi of the One of the most Imital pre- itronir Democratic vninathie from . of meotint: medttatutl murders ever the llrat. Thenv ulate appear in the ' remcdyintr condition.. . Itexall' Democratic column, while realization the years eall up the Klects Kupublican .tlity.s of their ov childhood. By Rexail Straw Vote, nf.eds ok educate system htiy cner jnlo sports with Governor. r UE ,mouc,,T T0 PUBUC their children, ami take an in- No hut the moke of battle ha Alf Tujlor. Uepubhruii. who ".s.tHM.I .Vwhlmtioii. tfk" will teres! in those things which elecle in Kovemor nf Tnneiiee over jl.lie.1. ti.e ballot. ounte.1 and the be bervc(l over the countr Decern- - please the little ones most. "I tM ' oa '" ett!el ilown to their . .. ... : 'oerorUI. Itgbert. Iem-rrt1.. " ' " f mii.miuiier in tr.uu- -- .... They are comrntles as well II ran for r.n roverimr ctini.n.ar. av:it.on. one crhiioI full in- ,a"u" re.ii rwi t.over- as ,mrutj,( because they are "" about a third of a rmtury i.f. unit (to vit in retrot the almo.t .Stor lt,.r,H, t.IirV .ifter ten,. fftlllble forwant the Itfxal hortum.. Ii,.v lie to tnke urh ..ti.,,, . nmy be S V1"1''1 , ,lv, to h.. thv N.of lmj,tu.n r,.tirt.mrt, .Slravt Vote KVe .,.) necuMiirv to iaue tl.f neon e to uv fiitu viumi uhct iiui nun 11 it Ufother of "Our Hob." late tMtn wmiM ote on Noveiuber yi wni inoit ' iiecessary to iirm away irom " total of l.isiuJM) laiiot in w,eK wtth of Tmimxi'i (overnor and Vote nil Kect.vely .II.Mmltmtf information in nomc jn search of enjoyment. IiriK.bltllv of hi eteition rcordwl in th' Itexiill Straw .Brt r"!'u'"', ,. November 0, u enrly an October 1.". it t,u' hool ' .nilltliin anil need of Tjlja trajnjnK ,)0icv of the ,B Mel,1Iirn- ,- TENNESSEE ACCURATE FORE- - their hours of Nation To Observe l'u' l",n'n,s forjjet CAST OF ELECTION "School Week" that have llnwn ami 11 I . i I 1 . ttt - -- i ,wr,,n ,h, two . ,,iu i.ther, P.it verwaMhlp. I.nt. """, fnv-mit- , j.,,.,, Kra(lly 1 ture., ii-- ' inc column--Tennec- '' h,'l ",u,rf Mlui-atto- . Jokes By Jury. i Cliinum carl Wanilerer. a former the women army oiricor, shot to Uffnth hb ,eaXrtlS1,:;deKoulm! Uus col,lr" wife ami their unhorn child jdmrict. of.Tenne.ee ate Mrondy ' doubly conjrratulate i amj ., '',K)or boob" who had Kcpuidican. in fact the bulk of He. publican treni:th in that stuto Ilea In ourselves that we have such j been hired bv the murderer to jlhcfe dutrictt.. These mountaineer woillOl) .. i t . ' "omup. "rarely vt.it town and cities It 11 , , vur otMore in tne nisiory: A hirv if mnii . ..i., ...i... .1 j wniitwwiwl v. i. . iivii tui-IUIB tfli7 IU IIIV ..ii UI ' He world has such a jrreat to attend court, thai they nre lured fixt(, his pUIlis,hment at mMt from their mountain retreat. Kew'i'vc.lution or revolution occurr- - ......... v.fivo in tho Ul Wl 11 T'. 'r'5"! I"" ,,;1T"rturnit ,0 before disturbances WWn CMnflw,on or ' tentiary. Gootl behavior will ,l 'the eVction and in con.couonce. thi, w , , l' J"SJ, W ,lntf,w U'e lm,UCe t0 foll,ten country Decent people the . ltepublican .trenttth wa not recorded ,,..,. ,, operation of full woman s suf-- .. PROMPTLY AT 2 O'CLOCK. . the Itcxall Poll. or how i . .. e . t ... in the cae of Oklahoma. SenntorH"1 lul llH' rsi lime. lin,i .lu,,,,.,,,,! ... M,:a v...ll,. ' y. I j Ml it a.'N.a rill110 Valiril u e navo seen me women go1 trmKth and W'll OI UK' laie iNiary 15011 layiOl executed April Z(, liliiU, has ",,r" nK wmo h is bcctlminK so increasinic ,,, ku,,. incn wai inroiiKii a presidential cam- - i tl'tlictlll to mete out justice . hnnn nfnltninrl lit' Ilia flniM'.iivl Pntintv Pnitft finrl ic rwniit ri. mulm. Hi.il not rvllecled to the full in the Itevnll paiKii 111 a titiiet. tiiKiuueii. oust- vjwx,.. j. vii v.v v, niv. vjiiiiuni V.UW.U iiiiviv.i iiKu jhKurc. Hut the vote In 'vv,. vwhiv niiii o this tate ., throuuh the medium of men m,innvr fmm juries that courts and prosecu' ,r'will 1 will nn the above date sell the residence property of the late Marv!wec poll a al IIO ei- few thouanil vote wotll.li!'tL,tnll tors are hcKinnin"; to consider deuce of uncertainty of con- - callinjr in the women for jury Hell Taylor, at public auction on the premises in Lancaster, Kentuckv, l,mvcwunkrU,hi,u,,rw'o The honety and accuracy of the fusion. to the highest and best bidder. Possession to bp given when the terms of l,tl,n11 str,4W Vo,we have seen them accept service. un.iue.tion. It is painfully evident that ;nbly bee,, utalned by rwulla. For.thl. rcHuU of tht. ewlion with U. - flilli; i:.wi of ui lilt."e outnliu a pofllile u"Va calm spirit of serenity which their senseV honor, ritfht and ll" UllllipilUvl Willi. ' vii:ht. correctlv V, u mn pie super or to that justice , s for our Amer l ION: llus property is situated on Kichmoncl Street, m t,lut uih condition, ha hi. taken un.ie uch speaks volumes majority rule of inoclorn man. won itn can system of A jury of women mitfht hesione of the most desirable neighborhoods in the city of Lancaster. The resi- plate in the limelight of accuracy,. ThlOUKllOllt all of the tate 'at the death penalty, but and u.eful.u and that it paK15 we ncar4, of dence is in good repair, equipped with electric lights and city water, and acheivtd what no other iimilar at-- , questionable have committed or they at least would have jriven net' tempt even approximalcd. this human monster a life senw of is one of the most desirable residences in the city. Look it over before the In a few day. an analyI. of the' auettt,(l b tence in the penitentiary. vote taken in the Itexall er party. The correction of these day of sale. poll, a compared with the official They are as clean in politics jury appear to count In all tate., will b made. It,as tuv nre in t,tfr private In' nil jokes byvt'nntiinhmiil nf PERSONAL PROPERTY: At the same time and place I will sell 1. .....I I.... . .. I. ..11.... .1 . I. In tho portion llnu jour country. will be IhoUBh, is all of the personal property consisting of household and kitchen goods, a. aceurule and reached comlnciiiK jtut, Ju.t u a, thltllm,t expect of our lit) more the comparative table on the elector-- j WC kIdHouh beds and bedding, chairs, dishes, tables and dining room equipment, and vo,'. (American women. Cur. Ysw Lwit Wtt LUNGARKA. l l - . both aro now claimed ny tne i;epui- . . ...... IunJe 1"m,. ""' "H-an- tle niltteil in this country occurred In Congratulations ! PUBLIC i 1 1 AUCTION 1 --v .tul ' ' v- I Saturday. Nov. 20th. ..,,. .,. I . i l, 'n. V. . I ,, -- !.... i .. mho ... - fxaaai' V I fr; - utuKll -- ; cum-hone.- ty i I "' eith-popul- ar nau-seatin- jr 1. . I 1 1 many desirable and useful things to be sold at this sale and we invite the housekeepers of the community to be on hand. REMEMBER THE DATE. Fri,nd WorK. Bul Hull oti learn that vork In your i friend i not your wort meray-- )ou will uever ei very far xrept dow,hlll.--Korbe "very element of decency mankind. KW"K III Kjd, Wih Thc KitJg CYRUS TAYLOR, J. E. Robirvon, Attorney. Executor of the Will of Mary Bell Taylor The children in u certain MltMJ. W.uld On day whllt out in lb yarU play-- 1 home we might mention net lax with hl ntw kulfa my little boy dom tret lonesome. They have broke Hit blada and come In feeling badly about If. I fold him I was lorry, little desire for the abandon of to.). He llimiflit about It a llilla walla, the street, which is so dear to then be said: "Uy. hut ay pocktLwIU be lorirom without my knife." Ks mot children of their age. IJu: there in a reason. rhiti(v. difficult Croun. iironchltl. breathlmr. and uch kindred Thousand atteit to its Kreat virtue. If LUNCAROIA fall, your money returned. Price, tiu ct. and ll.'.'O per bottle. Maaufacturaal by LUNCAROIA CO., DaMaa. Taaai FOR SALE BY MROS)ERTS Drug Si era. LUNCAROIA open the reipira tory orKans, remove the thick mane of gputum, heal the irritation. dUpel the coukIi and L'ruurpaied in paniodic cold. e. The Central Record, Lancaster, Kv.. Thursday Nov I I. 1920 Come In and Get Fitted While Stock It Complete. DANVII.IX, KY. THE HUB Come In and Get Fitted While Stock Is Complete. DANVlM.i:. KY. Pushin Bros. in 'CLOIIICHAFT Great Reduction Sale HEN'S AND YOUNG HEN'S SUITS AND OVERCOATS. EVERY SUIT AND OVERCOAT IN OUR STOCK IS RADICALLY REDUCED. THE NEW LOW LEVEL ON AN L SMARTLY STYLED SUIT OR OVERCOAT HAS BEEN REACHED IN THIS SALE. MORE THAN 1200 NEWEST THIS FALLS L SUITS AND OVERCOATS INCLUDED IN THIS SALE. SIZES, MODELS AND STYLES HERE TO SUIT AND FIT ALL TYPES OF MEN AND YOUNG MEN. ALL-WOOALL-WOO- IT IS THE BEST NEWS OF THE DAY. CLOTHCRAFT Clothe lint lift $22.50 NOW BUYS AN SUIT OR OVERCOAT, FORMERLY ALL-WOO- L SOLD AT $27.50 TO $30.00 $29.50 NOW BUYS AN SUIT OR OVERCOAT THAT FORMERLY SOLD FOR $40.00 AND $45.00. ALL-WOO- L $37.50 FOR BEST MONEY CAN BUY. FINEST SUITS AND OVERCOATS THAT SOLD UP TO $60.00. ALL-WOO- L Mow$2259 UP TO SUITS Now$2950 Finest All Wool SUITS AND OVERCOATS Now$3750 Finest Up to SUITS $30. $60 AND OVERCOATS AND OVERCOATS ftovjs K"iclerbocl(r Suits and Overcoats Reduced 14 and 13 Our Former bow Prices. 10 00 BOYS SUITS AND $15.00 ALL-WOO- L BOYS Up lo $20boys fine Ail-Wo- ol FINEST $25.00 BOYS SUITS and OVERCOATS OVERCOATS, reduced to SUITS and OVERCOATS, SUITS and OVERCOATS Now $y5N,w I $ 975 Now t3 Ford was in 5) Mis week-en- d Now $ jg ri I Miley lleazley and baby nnd Ml" Wm. CriKK and two ' Dorothy Hcazlcv were Kuctts Tuetday of Mr. Amanda Coy of I Jincntr 'ioin continue t littleMr.auk'hter were Sunday itltor Mr. Henderson of nnd Mr. Ituford Smith of Wliett all other means of evadiut: quite ill. til. I'leatnnt 'lie law have failed, hooze runner C it. Henry wa the Kuntl Mr. Mr. and Mr. Miley lleuzley had .munt adopt the expediency of kid-anti f Mr. J- - U Monday for their uuett Wednesday Mr. and nappniK the prosecuting attorneyt. Mr. C. It. Henry ami children were Mr. Clay ilronddu and little ton. Our office devil i a sorely puz-- j viiitor Sunday of Mr. Miley Hcaz- - ('oil f McCreary. He my he can't, zleil youngster. ley. Mr .ami Mr. William Sutton ami decide whether we were electing, Matter llerchcl YnntU I viwilln-b- i Mr. Carrie Davidson were ilinner Jutt a president, or deciilinir. the fate of aunt, Mr. A. M. Oridlcr, of Som-ne- t. KUett Tueday of Mr. and Mr. (Suy the lenuue of nation. Daxiilton of Ijincnttcr. There' always tome contrary hick Mr. and Mr. Henry Tuttlu spent Mr. nnd Mr. It. II. Ward and three Sunday with Mr. nnd Mr. William little ton, of Muditoi. spent the week ready to tpoil a perfectly Kood tiling. I Jiarno. end with Mr. ami Mr. Milton Ward A tonn a the thort aklrU canin into style the trotted out Mm. T. I.. Yunti were' and Mr. ( It. Henry. Mr. and their hliih topped hoot. ,'uetU Tuftilay of Mr. nnd Mr. Wm.j Mi Maruaret white, who it atKmery, of Ijincuitcr tending tcholo at l.ai. cutter tpent the I TU nulil thut ai.thrnoloi;Ut4 art Cf mi it Mitt tut i tttfrtvt Lwfits I hi Mr. James Yanti U vititint: rrla.j patt week-enwith her parent, Mr. live in Louisville and uttendini; anil Mr. Marcus White. original (iar.len of Kden. And If "The (iypny Smith" meeting they find Kve at home here hop. Mr. ami Mr. Wm. and famBeatify, of Someriet, Mr. Win. jimr their eyesight won't tuffer. Mit-eho spent several day with relatives ily, Mr. and Mr. Itobert Yater, Maud and Iteulah Yater ient a Thit country has produced tome hen- - returned to hit home Wednes-dadelightful day neeii'.ly with Mr nnd Kreat work of flctii.n in patt year, K.I.I llaker. but nothiiiK to compare with that InMm. Win. Walker spent Wednes-da- y Mr. Mrs. Marru White ami two little duced .in by city merchant in with her daughter, Mr. Hoy their reduction In price. M with daughters, Hutli and Hallo l.ou, Mr. Prathei, of McCreary. GUY. the flu M'KNA VISTA Mrs T I) Mr and Mri Ktliol Kvins I spending the with h i utter Mr C O 1 , Danville Ituble Sunbeam! tittle Hughes, Itulde were shopper in Danville Sat I ' urdny afternoon Miiite Itev. and Mr "Skin of HI Teeth," '.f hi tit'tli," ... fur from You Saturday Mr duo N'.iylor wut in Laiiratter ulll LM pliiu.i- lli il if iiU n ii lott. 11 I'M. .!,. i.l'ii" 1 Saturday Mr. J. iturday. Superior It. Aimer wat in l.anratter hoot-make- I I d tt J n y, Mr. W. K. Ituble was in CincinMr. ami Mr. Will Hawkins of nati latt week. were the guest of Mr. and Mr. Mitt (ieorKiu Dunn tpent latt week J no Vnnderpool ami family Sunday. with her brother. Mr. and Mr. I.. W. Frott were in Mr. Nettiv Scott of Mt. Washing-to(.ancaater Saturday. and Mrs. Daisy ituble, of llryanU-vlllwere the giirtts of Mrs. Kugene Mit Ituth llroaiidut tpent SaturItuble Monday day and Sunday with her coutin. Mr. T. I). Ford and duughtcr, Clara Mr. Mary Ham, of Little Hickman it with her daughter, Mr. Ceo llulile. were in I.exinKton Thursday evening. Mr. Newton Wallace is visiting hit They uttended the tliow. "The Trial of the l.oi ime llelcc, Mr. Kugenc Ituble this week. Several attemie.l tin- - tale of II, A Mr Sam Wi.ton and ton, Itoy were Dunn, Thursday, Th member of In Uincatter Wednesday on bushiest, the drove Church served dinner. A Itev. A. I'. June filled .hi regular neat turn wu realized which will go appointment at Alt. Olivet Sunday. to the church. IV-ia." Iteed, of Wilmorej ittil Ainerlcnn liortlciiltHriM uttended the revival at tlrown' eilile ..ltu In trniluce sn lmrtd miiMi.TM inv o fftH o the silk Chapel Thursday evening. f - Mulberry Trt. Hr . i 'Ihiim n e Realty Net Worth It. Tlu rf Is one nny (it Liimi imhIiL fn.in tulklnu- - atxinl ynii, to mii linlbllic. do dot ti u iiihI le luMlilHt: Hut ll iirlMinly itn'i north uhlle. 111 N Un ta Baby. ) One of Mir i;f ,w u,.- - Unl) Mt a tiny lmlrliru-l- i. Wlirn Hobby (be bnby't brother saw II. Ii lliouclit It was h tooibliruth, M Tie." Hobby, "be rnn'l nn (lilt be wat iM.rr.r.) ultli mi nupty immth." ru Mr, It. I). Mc.Mutury was in Ijhi-catt- Cross It Right orlclnal cross ezsmlnstton," the mournful phllosoplier, "mutt bntf t)tm ih Ihlnl dfgrf Uv. mi Adam when bcr "Th pro-rulu- 'on hutlnett noon. Saturday after, In this country every man is his or n, Nlshl nwn mattur..untfl lie Htt married. flUlMl." '""n lllliiu up with " ft The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Nov D I I, 1920 Attractive Showing OF H "n1 BURLEY CRISIS ANDUMm"nn constructive program, of 'follow education ami extension, the present CAUSES REVIEW-EHurley region will raise twice n large (n crop ns it doe now, mid the growIN NEWMAN will a gcod profit in ml - a. o SPEECH. Head Of Burloy Tobacco G rowel's Association Predicts receive rti to nil they put into i ilition crop. -- Lexington lleralil I the r SLOW DEATH , J s ' s 3 o 5- Extension mikI development1 of the parcels post would be an excellent - r. 3 at ix fi WOMEN'S UNDERWEAR AND a x. o B "1 ai -- it 3 3 n u i CO FURNISHINGS ? V Gents Furnishings We sell the best SHOES for the least rnonev. All kinds of DRY GOODS at; n c n 3" e a or v a 3 n a 3 o CD CO the number of miillde men who are fattening at the expense of THE KEY ORGANIZATION the consumer. 'Spnkrr Poind To Local Importance men and These middle gamblers who juggle the proOf Crop , ducts before they reach the relllue (ini Kentucky i teen grasp-- i tailer or consumer are responni: mi opportunity to produce in a sible for much of the skyrocfew counties a produce that the whole world is culling for, anil doubling keting which has cursed this the mi tic of its farm lands by John country of late years. There W. N'ewnian. of Versailles rhnirman is no end to their rapacity. ...... a r, of the temporary officer of the Hur.....i .... v mt practical e .ieiision ui ley Tobiircu (irmverV Association. r.nlrfil W.ititllrVv '111 llpllfltlltftntt'll the parcels post the retailer a one crop action with .oil adapted ""d the consumer could order tu and facilities for building up mil the bulk of his supplies direct industry which would have the en- - from the manufacturer or the lire world for a market and Increase j farm. the taxable wealth of the state a .Manufacture and farmers by I ! i Great Future For State. thing for this conn-tiIt would lie a potent fnc-- j tor in the elimination of gnmh- ling nnd iuggling in the neccs-- j y. Aclies, paini, nervousncs-.- . i.ttfi-cu- lt in urinating, alter. i.iem serious disorder. The v.frld's standard remedy for kidney, liver, bladder and uric acid troubles GOLD MEDAL hiit.it qjIcW ftllff J sities of life. It would redtit.-- j I Jljr Kno J efun visit i i- tli uS njitonsl rsmsJy cl Holland t r '? i!tj- urs. ;mii. Alt druggist Loafc t Ik mm GU M.d.l n n.ir k th-i- in a4 acst a imit.tUn Member of the Club. for nioney," ssy n proud youns llortfonl matron, "but the men he (days with Knnn (Mty Star. do. "My The Vilued bu'bnnil doesn't play ,)ay ., pro-peri- Hot Crest inn m' ,., eem 0 .m c n (A lower prices. n 3 a. c Mr half. ,n an address delivered , , pl,)(lcts Niwman at a banquet and Mi. Sterling Cham- - j wwily through newspaper anil tr meeting of the her of Commerce in Mt. .Sterling, re-- ( magazine ndvertisirg as they cently The talk was arranged for now through, the present by officers of the Mt. Sterling organi-- , f sending hordes of nU!lwl zation a month ago and in it the , throughout thecotm-l iniiiuier of I lit cuV tom. One U thai I lie inline of hum on Cuoil I'tiibiy piui.tt- - the houtu from tire. Another I lint hot croso buns tin ciz up in the kill lien will Inl) sure for Hie mining year, lint eri'-- s lnin IhTonI m, Cim I'rldny mill I itli.; liter lie iihiI "III ward off evil. I anulher the early rviiinn. l'rsltlon "I ,.i"i.r imrli to :! Frl- - In in'etMl For Up-To-Da- te and Remember our GROCERY and Hardware stock is complete. c a: cau,e. told of condition, in the olMrco industry, and predicted a Hurley growers. : new em region to fully, Were the Hurley fr try at enormous expene. all of which is eventually paid by the consumer. Honit . I a be tw 3 HE A. T. Big Store Scott $ Son. Props. I time we will continue to blun-- 1 t lurid. der alonjr and feed a horde of; "Hig Five" Arraignrd. parasites who have fastened The "Itig Five" manufacturers, themselves upon us lte nobis. Uggett and Myers. Auuri- We Americans are jri'cat oni icati. l.orrtllRnt and the imperial To de-- to.m. ltd much bams for and there would be no cry "over pMHtmUon." Mr. Newman post that we can use as. I every"""'"n.arcels one'1 IX f , I.I ... daV we will ' ... '- have a -. Plumbing, Heating, Guttering, Roofing, i Repairing, and all kinds of CnmMiny were arruiKnek :'i Mi N'ewmai.'s addrvs ami charged wdli having a nearsighted buines policy 'l-and a puasibl) stiange hold Hurley industry The growers, h v. ever, must contrive t werk wi'' t e ' mtimifMctuieri and hrinx tin" it) ti full reaiiiatiun of the oppcrtun Hies within reach. I.e sul Mr. Newman believes thir f f.ir. era orgaiie themselves a the ware lmio "pajinvr the freight." Tin Work SEh OR IMlONr: : : IADLCI P.Bllliams&Co Lancaster, Ky. Quick Service and Cloud Work i McRODERTS DRUG STORE. INSECTS PADUCAH PLANS CAMPAIGN. Fruit Trees Damaged School Superintendent! By Insects Which Lay AND POSTMASTER HAVE PLAN ! Eggs On Limbs. besides moving loose, rough bark giving the trees a full spruying Owners of orchard trees should ways figure a year in advance and by distroying many of the youth in; their winter stage can eliminate much of the damage the following seaou Rev, J. Q. Montgomery's Fine 1 20 Acre Hanging Fork Farm AND G. J. OVERSTREET'S LIVE STOCK, FARMING IMPLEMENTS, CORN, HAY, HOUSECOSTS TOO Lexington, K.. Many insects of, fruit trees lay their egg on small HOLD GOODS, ETC., AT PUBLIC AUCTION ON THE PREMISES ON r STAMP SALE. limbs or near the ends of the twigs. MULM 1 LI DL olLlS.. Hy careful examination many of these schools rh. I'aducah. Ky.. public thriving egg nrnsst may be located and prun-- , ()0(J n at I the 1'iwtoirice in that eU off. The thn kinds of eggs most Kentucky city hve united in a cam-ig- n j likely to be found are those of the ap-Q0Q( Coild l'tioil A 11(1 to iHspoie of a large quantity pie tree. Forrest AT 10:00 A. M. SHARP f Thrift Htnmp during the current Tent caterpiller and the Fall Canker) You Tli row Oil' vetir. Location: 5 miles front Stanionl on the Stanford and .McCormack's Turnpike and on the Worm. The eggs of three or fourj of Schools i City Superiutemlent famous llaniiivr Fork, tfijjht utiles front Danville and einht miles from Hustonville. Four good species of plant lice re also laid on Disease. Yaket and Postmaster Herry hove pikes visible front resilience. Knsily accessible to L. & X. anil Southern Railways. Lies rollapdo twig. Tliee are small shinoh (dan whereby the pott-otfl- ing, black in elongated oval slmped ing which is characteristic of Hanging; Fork land. Hut no .stronger or more productive land PAY ATTENTION TO YOUR will have a representative on made by the Creator of the Universe. About 70 acres in timothy and blue grass, three acres Pruning will remove many of juggs. school and have certain Jay visit the in bottoms been in blue grass for 10 years, balance in corn, tobacco, etc. Surrounded by the HEALTH. ami get a ilomant spray for tb of the "baby 'control af senle, which is lime of sul-- , with htm a supply best of neighbors, close to school and church. Well watered by two cisterns, three springs, bonds" suiricient to meet the require- phur or swine MisciWe nil, will help No To Tak Chancrs With It. Hanging Fork, etc. ment of the pupil. story frame residence, six rooms, two porches, Improvements One and one-ha- lf to control theve insects. week w tu be set Psplo.Manf an Makrt Rich, On 4y Mich scale is undoubtedly The Sim veranda, pantry anil cellar. Good tobacco and stock barn combined, including ten foot shed aatde as "thrift day," ami uh thss the must on one side, double crib, chicken house, ice house and all other necessary outbttildngs. Or-- , detrctive scale Insect in Red Mood. day a period is devoted to the study (the urchunl tmtny. The tree or shrub chard. An ideal place to live the right si.e farm antl money maker. At the same time and af thrift, and the sale of the thrift may be treutotl in the fall, after the or limit, the following perplace we will sell for the HIGH DOLLAR without reserve, by-bi- d When you tlrst feel a tired, stamps is calculated to lit in with the !eavH have fallen, but it Is uually feeling ami look pale, your sonal property for teaching of thrift which is required prsKtii.-)Ulto delay treatment until blood is losing in iiunllty. Weak, imby the law of Kentucky. spring just at the time the buds ure poverished blood has no power to welling, lam and sulphur solutmn light It take rwl IJotnl-tmen nre nlwayn ready to Some who will make OHIO his future home. All of his live stock, farming implements, hay corn, Misclble nil are the insecticides keep you well. their own brand. or ri'nson--o- f luten to tu ue tu entrul this insect. Other If you keep your blood in good con- household goods, etc. insects yield readily to this treatment. dition it will tight off disease. You Livestock Five good milk cows, three Jerseys to be fresh in December, January and Autos Kill Many. or Codling-motThe appJe-wurwill not be such nil wnv nrov to long Spring; two nice yearling heifers to calve in spring; one good yearling bull, black: one pair The toll of life being taken by the j hilvrnate in thick, whittish or gray-i,,,,mare mule; Do head of hogs, 50 of old horse mules, an extra good team; one With thin sicknass. ,,,., blood ,.x,,im,ivc chance every day. which weigh 100 pounds: (5 good brood sows; one thoroughbred Spotted Poland China boar: U0 ih u v i vehicular tniirie of America is !.! racooria, in viin."v. i,i III. Vkimil.i.. in you take in (.'old figure prove that one in rough Imrk vr UMoe trash near the slioats and some small pigs. There's no need doing that. You or :i() nice HO to uuto victim dies every :il miuutef. base of the tree. Clean up and bum can take farming tool One Urown riding cultivator; one Kentucky wheat drill; one tougueless build up and American fatalities for U'-- O are es- the trash, and scrape off the loose, rich, red blood. With red blood you disc harrow; one new corn plantar; one McCormick mower; one Deering binder; one double timated at 110 for every 1,000,000 tough bark. ThU will break up many are able to win in the light ngainst shovel plow: one tte-toot- h plow; one new wagon and bed, spring sent; hay frame; gravel inhabitants. of the caeooits and birds will destroy prevailing diseases. Try I'rpto-Man- bed; good slide; shovels; forks; hoes; diggers; tampers; one buggy, good as new, with new Unless public opinion cun be arous- many of the expottd p.mpae good one saddle; briddles; Ford ; gan. It come In tablet or IHUW tires and set of harness : two sets of wagon harness; ed tu cone wl'h this situation the orcuno is em-- u, vn form Tnke either Hind. The tablet touring car, 1111(5 model, in good running order, and tires almost new '"' '"' slaughter must continue. or barrels of good corn; 110 shocks (insects that cause wormy fruit. It Feed About MfiO bales good timothy hay; ,u. tanw im.,ivu Vulue us the Why should there be so mucit tf hides under loose bark and leuves and, ut be sure you get the of fodder, some straw, etc. ,lU,, haste and so little of care? Drivers ir other protected places. Clean cul. Kl.iuu. Consisting of bed room suits, dining room sets, book case, chitFo-robHousehold Goods Ask for e cars in congested districts und tuial melhods will help to control this of bed; two rockers, oil carpets, straw matting, one Sharpies cream separator; one and be sure that the name. )elestriiiiis both are to blame. The insect. crocheted counterpanes, and other pieces of crochet; one good range cook stove; cabinet table; is on the "dude's l'c growth of fatalities from nine for The Fall Wob worm passes the package. ) one new heating stove, and lots of other thugs too numerous to mention. (Adc . every million population to 100 in winter in the paupe stage. It may This farm is a splendid producer and will always pay in big dividend on your dollars in11) ID is a strutting fast. The increase be found In loose bark or in decayed No better laud anywhere than Hanging Fork land. Meet us there on snle day An admiral ha been chosen re- vested. to 110 for each million of inhabitants cavities on the trees along fence bor- gent of Greece, und here's hoping he WKDNKSDAY, NOVKM1IKR 17th, at 10 A. M. antl buy a HOME you will be proud to own. What ders In similar locutions. Hy cleanvin ltUO is more startling still. Terms very liberal and made known on day of sale. Dinner on the ground. continue to float. I tu be the limit? If human being ing up thoroughly this insect can be For full particulars, see, write or phone either Rev. J. Q. Montgomery, Liberty, Ky., or iNs every Ul minutes a the result greatly reduced along with others Yes, we just knew the women could ,G. J. Overotreet on the farm, or of accident as matters now stand that hibernate In like place. readily udupt themselves to circumwhui may be expected In the near fu Tu sum up It will be found that stance. There wasn't even u ture In the of tremendous death good orchard sunitatiou consist in powder puff provided for the stuffy tolls under wheels of multiplying cleaning and burning nil trash around old voting booths, und yet the dear Cincinnati Knquirer the base nf thu trees at well at re- - thing mlltd sweetly through it all. Cel. John B. Dinwiddle en the Heck machine? STANFORD, KENTUCKY. TOR EXTENSIVE THRIFT IT I 1 J., 1 you,. - Wednesday, November 17th, r, I the Nd ! Je e v o G. J. OVERSTREET iir ,, 1 100-pou- t'epto-Manga- n , , j, (, IVpto-Manga- e, old-tim- rtiM-mcnt- Hughes & McCarty f The Central Rocurd, Lancaster. Ky. Thursday, Nov . II 1920 nfliM-. infill .'..-VWUMi, saw 1nfc.i w, ; , . stoves We have the best display of Heating and Cooking STOVES ever shown in Lancaster. See tham and get our prices before buying. i Conn Th timed Brothers. riri tC Democratic national headuunter at ami marched to the White Year. Houiv wherr the nate were open to the nublic for the first time since the beginning of the war. 8 o'clock LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS." Central Record Weekly. $1.50 in Advance., . J. c. ltuuiiNOUix. bailor. ft. L ., P.Tihl. A, tJll. .ELKIN, Locnl Editor and Mgr. wheel chair up the ven from the in lerior of the While House lending tu Entered nt the Post Office in I.an- - tht. portico the rrowtl on the ter- .Mail catttr. hy , n Second-Clas- s racl. K.0U ,T0)iv into npduc a .Matter joined m the ingtng of "Amcricn. Mrs Wilson ani member of the family stood about the President Laacasler, Ky., November 11, 1920 while the crowd nug. With an overcoat uuttoned rlo.ely about him Member Kentucky Pre Association mid n soft hat shading his fare, the President snt silent, watching the Fofrtsn Adv.fli.ififf Rrpf Mvntotnr throng below. Tlitre was wore THE AMKHICAN HUA ASSOCIATION cheering ns the song ended. A soloist sane "Carry Me Hack to flt For Political Announcement. Ole. Virginity," nnil the crowd picked "or Precinct nnd City Office.. $5.00 up the chorus. The President's face For County Offices ...10.00 relaxed and he turned his head tu State nnd District Offices.. 15.00 peak to Mn. Wilson beside hi chair. for .10 As the song ended amid renewed Tor Calls, per line .10 cheering a large, bouquet of flowers per line . for Cards, was laid upon the balustrade before ?or all publications In the inter-- f him. est of individuals or expres.Mr Wilson rald his hat and held sion of individual views, per 10 .t aloft at nttcndaiiu rolled his chair line toward the t!or )hituaries. tier line .06 ' -The crowd sent Op cheers for the league nnd for the President, and at Wil .Mrs. Wilson wnved a final greeting From Wheel from the doorway, sang "The ircslK.nt ,td in hrs nt 4d(rlrADd(i)til0 r r c j Our Prices DON'T TAKE OUR WORD FOR IT, COMPARE PRICES. figure it for yourself how you can save from $7.00 to $17.00 on Are Lower every IN OUR HOUSE ...... Suits, Topcoats, Overcoats and Eaincoats HAVE BEEN GROUPED INTO FIVE LOTS TO BE SOLD AS FOLLOWS: $85.00 GARMENTS to $75.00 GARMENTS $60.00 GARMENTS Chair son Greets Friends Of League. $68.00 $48.00 $70.00 GARMENTS to Stnr-Spongl- $65.00 GARMENTS $58.00 Manner." House Burns. i WASHINGTON", November 5th.- ,President Wilson made hi first public appearance lat night in more than a year when he was lifted in his wheel chair to the east portico of the White House wide hundred of Washington League of Nations nd- herent gathered on the Whhe House and children, bearing State banners nnd the national flag, under the lender-shi- p of John F. Costello. Democratic national committeeman for the Dis-- ' trict of Columbia, assembled at .'awn to ilo him honor. The crowd of men, women, The resilience occupied by .Mr. and j.Mrs. Jess Dunn on .Maple avenue, I caught tire from unknown cause last iSaturday about l'J:.'!0 o'clock and was practically destroyed. The fire department responded promptly and did good work, mint of th furniture being: saved. The building1 is almost n 'total Iom by the fire imd water, only n shell remaining. The house was owned by .Mr. A. 11. llrown. Jr., who wishes tu thank those who kslted in their effort to save the building. Thu house was Insured by Davidson find Miller. $50.00 GARMENTS to to $45.00 GARMENTS $55.00 GARMENTS ALL BROKEN LOTS UP TO $40.00 REDUCED TO $38.00 The savings are plain. ITS UP TO YOU WHET HER YOU CAN AFFORD JO MISS THIS. The values are here "Home of better Clothes" Bill Farris Dies. Danville, Kentucky. Official Count. ' To House Of Reform. Turkeys Wanted. , Wr will pay higlirtl insrkrl price for lurkvyi d.livrrrd to ut during thr prvsrot ..V Gsrrard and NORTHERN SEED RYE, TIMOTHY AND CLOVER SEED, WHITE Mark Washington ,i 10 year old The olficinl count of (Inrrurd Coun-- ! ftcr a lingering lllnets of a year more, iliil Farm, a well known and jly give the Unit Kepublicnn elector colored youth wn sent to the School or well liked colored man died at hUn majority of Mil) Krrut majority of Iteform for five yenm in Judge lleckham it 560, while Swope's Stapp's court last Monday, charged home on Campbell street last Satur-lov- ' day night. HU remain were buried mujurity over Gilbert .n the uinty with making iniultinir remark, to a .young wnint gin 01 mis cominunity. Sunday afternoon. cr ' Lincoln i'rojucr Conipanjr. nsMi-Cnm- p It. STKAYKI): - I'rwrH .o pkir Iliek ItoUttstii, about tw weeks ago, blank horse mule, wWle nose, live ycttr old. bund Mulu SWEET CLOVER. j .Silver Tea. OBELISK FLOUR The Blue Ribbon Premium Flour. Try a Sack Today. Ballards Kentucky Farm Feed. Ground Barley. Mixed Feed. Bran. Cremo Dairy Feed will muke your Cow give more milk. Horse and Mule Feed. Tankage for hogs. Lime, Sand, Brick, Rock. "Lav or Bust" feed will make your hens lay. Hudson & Farnau Telephone 26. The annual Silver Tea given by Ornteful fK any mforwatiun. ill the series I'renbyterian Thi will be the the member of the Hand bill announcing the Kile of, 1 I I I at. CtwiW Dean. Church every. car. will l" Riven to. of special service arranged for Nov. the (till property owned by .Mr. Thus. Ky. Friday night, nt the church. A men's Choir will furnish the mutic, I'liapoel, hiu been suth.'rawn ami the' j.toirow, bing excused Thi- - ut ulwuy a very enjoyable event the women singer properly will not be told ut thu time. Steins We've Heard th Name. and many will add their from the choir for that occasion. 'in A I'll iieipiiiH Mrlmtical prmtn a The subject of the fermon will be to- thi happy iteration. .,eenre Hlogu to the author nt W.'i. t IIimItuligien." "A Man's l:i, Ij I'. finiv Wlin ilia Mm. Carrie King of Texas is dothe author of dray' K- Jdlcki n ing some special work for the ChrisitiKinii Tnnifcerlpt. ;fcy ' Having secured n releai from the tian Woman'. Hoard of Misnions in rhicngo, Illf,- - Men'' clothing for lultientton Ave. HapUt Church in Kentucky. She will be In Lancaster Intniediate delivery were olfered It Haa Been Don, New Albany. Ind.. Itev. C I. Strother on Thursday evening, Nov. 18th. All buyer recently at ten to rtfty perj Make Vrn crjl Any onion can do ,lut hiu accepted the pastorate of thU women of the congregation are asked cent below present wholesale priii , ino a veeetable The chunh for tho year I'J'-tu hear her. Other n:o also invited. and for spruitf nnd tu.nn.er Jvuh-KaJJ1' "n year pronile to be the most The Young Women's Mislonary So- from ten ,o ,hirtyftnree a thlJd! anni j per cent under price prevailing ,u pronperoui and faithful year in the ciety will cclebraW the ,,., Un,nu.. i.,.M Unonl. l0 r church' versary of it orgunixution in leventy nine yrant of tin year ago, according to a showing npr,Mrlirt- rtl. make jhutoo. U'e are trying to ut the home of Mrs. J. W. maile at the convention of the United Jfj every pufdic icrvice interetinK, at- Smith on Friday evening of this week. National Clothiers there recently. Virtu of CoM WaUr. W lia i" t tractive and well woith attending, The evening will be largely social and "The nubile is not buying and the read Jhnt tf ' Sunday morning will bu our quarter- some uniiuu features have been ar- dealers are overstocked," said Treas wroue side of fifty, rettliif out'ot water, rind the bulhrnoiu looklDf-gU- i ly Communion Service nnd it I unt- ranged. Kvery member of the or- urer Muhr, and prices miut come focxed. he may nniitnue hi pramr ied that all new member be present ganization is urged tu be present. down he added. safely, kunnlnc lhal It UsheneScll; The pattor will ipeuk on an approprithat ihfiv nn who wtwii.tH waon HO II IlKNT: Our residence The subject for the ate lubJvct. ' Strang, but True. ter Is only n 'ittle abovo frretlni polat 'ovuiilng service is "A Lout Opportun- Richmond street; fumirhed or unfurOlien the itilel mirtlnre muke (ha find It "to tnwel ouly Uie4r ely." All who cun are urged to b nished. Will rent for t or 5 mouths Huitjiitfie When It Sets ill- .- llislon hrnd n,ml Meir feel, natural erapora-- I only. Miss Sallle KH in. prmnt 'oint; the rvst." Ket-on- Christian Church Notes 'Chappel Place Next Sunday will be Men' Day. Withdrawn. Men's Clothing Baptist Church Notes. Tumbles. t'j "ut' Ju ''w 1 tli. ".X"1:, w l.nn-caste- W i I ho Antral Hicorrl, LnnCrtsttM- - K iuirsdsiy. Nov I 1 . j 920 w Ct&tttZX FOB Decidedly attractive are the SUITS, COATS & DRESSES we are olFcrintr at ninthly reduced prices. $85.00 SUITS $69.75. and ther siul.s mar ked down in proportion. Jin. UN IIOI M. SA THOSE TKAHKSGiViG SPECIALS T.io allies in our woolen Dept. I. Ve ve .ever oe; .surp.. ! 8 "4k Wonderful are the vdues we nre ufi'erinjr in hitfh prude Toot wear on which we have built our tcputation Good values troin tfo.M) to $15.50. GINGHAM SPECIAL 35cts. OUTING 35cts. STANDARD COUNT 32 inch GINGHAM 5cU. HOPE COTTON 27cts. PEPf-.RELSHEETING 79cts L . & & '' have made an avernse nark !:wn of 20 per cont or more. $1.50 yd. WOOLEN a". 8ct.s. $3.00 and 3.50 yd. WOOLEN AT $?.98. $ g h srom. oi t'Ki (iHAKANTKI' .r S ACTION I FUvf Arth it it.Kle I & BLANKETS and COMFORTS ,7 HE BEST TO BE HAD i ROM $3.50 UP. Mrs M lt..bm.o WE ARE STILL TVIMMING OUR PRICES AND NOT OUR vi.itin relative, nmTflMFHS HUT I ITTI.K HFNT TO PAY. . m UxiHKtmi Ranges from $30. to $99.. Cooks from $20. to $43., tieaters trom $10. i10 3)41). tit , ftS!TJi;vSIr XJ - Mi It have moved H Wilk.n..... and fnmii t.. the Walker llro Danville :ivem.e IJTr . Mr. prprrt eHpie Hie avenue thev " R K Mr and K Classified Column KATF.!. iiMTt'one .t u unfit ml t a! for ! tfaii 2tv in tlu coluiMi Nn jcI- - in tu column Oiatuttt. Srvt'n iiKHTtinns fur the price of live. I'hnnv order muil liu taul N STKAYRO: -- From im lce ..11 I(.Hnt Creek 'l'uuiny nicht, Nov 'Jinl line brown mqrr anal one Hay mare I'bona Wm. I. ear, ltaeaaltr, Ky. Sam ltMle. YKD Or Mulen. Saturrf, Kiw Tfrrlar Iok. Mt trh.. iSlacU mM.i. lintrvtMi tail. Ahver tit the name ttf "llill.e." Itewaril fur ImiMni; to hi ratwrn i.r I47-1nU whrreuKtMiU. Mr. Jninm ii. HHmiltoii STIt Stove pipe. Elbows, Coal hods. Pokers, Shovels, etc cheap. A few Freezers and Harness. cost. Wire fence, Watfns Selmatiar , f Tuscola, N. ., , . MaUtrt I. .V. M- Hrpk .. wasrume rw m iwi nnr, Mr. ,,,Mta Ch"- mi Hn hnwmd rtrwl. ; Mr. IWay ! hat r,IOr..l f " " alwiiys a wel oVHtffctfMi vMt wit ht mhi4m Jii,Tw fr001 "M uwnr vMitor tn imi mUfot, not unlyltf IHjaalar IN. ' t bwr taMivs. hui o friomU J , rt,, Ai N... ra lHe I. J. R. MOUNT The Q Deal & CO. hr promptly. B Gossip About People nvc ! K IUUI Coin! H MirlUn ThM ( IM Cofnlnti Wi Art Intirftltd tnd In. Vh4,l,,'. m An rCkbibit of AntoHln viinl U. JtMt Dun, at KlwrtJn, hut,' Stoti.toImrtnirtar ih tb CrHtK Art . . . f ""n the nwimt UM( f Mr. iim Mrt. , iik. Hii.l.on j ..t.. thr f hh- Mil Huml Mtn Hv at Cwham JjlHtw lltel in Knliiiiiini of near Dhh- - vu Woo4 HircHUI.unc. The pktur.m are Mim f hh re-.Mr. Kmm I What Ljialt Mrftf PUll. l ilttlhUM IM I'VlUll'lt llaaJ am Il..ailL& n c...ult in un.e.l frttw .everal mimttu i K r.w.r House. 'nx TiMMtay with Imt ttoiHititrr. U J. I Mr. Th Vi'onwn' Club have bven in- nxa u a h m K a.a a k n s. r.k 'a H (5nr-ran11-1- 1 fMtr kertMtMe win; ' .McCprmlvk llutker itlixaarrt cntter. i FOi: .SAl.K: Oih llftn hore roll ami Shranilvr, fHr .1. ir 1 ShK in ilnrri4 nntl SiicKii. .Milling Company. ' CsmiKteu JtU. ritoM K'irKivHlu, K. 'J "' S .1 n mk-inH.tliai- N'w,h ,r"",M- - ty Mr uii.l Mm. K nmi Mn. - II 'J lend ivith omer' ' ltnlr ...it lUUr un.l fuwily family -- rr the tin. rW .M r. ntMl .M p. JmIw ' Mr. .ad Mr no Saturday l.ar. u.U I " VAN TKl): !nVrwo,l J relatlvut. vUla Mr. a ad an.) "IHlrv of here Mr. of alH Mr,. Strrba htuv a tu,ll. at Dan lli.-- ltrl.lt... ...1 tm.r i.hI K.VitnrUv ' wuImI L.uiittv .mtt. whL.H h .,1 1,7 viei',,rt",, 1 "'"h"" Kill' I SALK: My renMettco on Orehanl Stret with two acres citrht nxnn-- ,. of ground. ,lluuc U Chfcko.H ami at 2 hnIK bath ro.Mi. hut an.l col.I t"' KenJwu.er. electric UKhu ....I H n.o.l.m lonvenhincw. inelutiinc all ut buil.l- "M'lxr 'ry rrWny VOK Kenyan. C bvi ' I . v III.. "K.HHUBtl. Now oecupi.Hl by A. a. V. Kavu- - riM.Mtn JIIIU a . Ml., . ...... will be oh.h all thi week i Hmj. m thu public without eharwe. a man- FOK SAl.K: 17 nice steer, aver. I I .Mi. and Mr. I)uU- vtUtlHtc liar 1" Of 1 fianKS- mimI Mr. Allin. of (iraluim ae- - about 110(1 iinuniN each. '"r,,'nkSprmua. ulfureit the building for the' Mr- - Lu iUWini Mnrri. n( lllrm-,'Karl C. Palra. a 17.' Ja) 111 rhiociwj P--e giving: tiwl Monilny Itln exhibit InukuHt. Ala. i. VTltliiL- - Mr. ICnbert ' th Km Mr. llUB.Mtt i ... i Hllrfa . . . ... ..Nith a harp recital by Mr. .Sterba. i Car Fresh Cewnt . M .Ift per wick. itobln.oti J. ' i Menu' ana n ewpgwiay ai iw weK Oruvu ........ The ladies of l'!ea.ant ., ha. m4ber hf (aa. Caminl Mlltlntr ConipanyJ Church will have an exchatiKe in .,"whi i Bne of the forwaot harpist r. ... ... Mr. W. S. HrrunMin, ubo ha- - bem. (n J Statfc -- Hd KiirMmrjc. hy. HiHobli'ii llriis. tore on Wednenday, Ir 'ami Mr V T. Vit hae been PMdinc Ktvurnl thy here. ha rf l)nvme. November Ith Cals drenonl hens, tHMat vi.itot tin tiirmsl to h!- - .home in Covinctiut. FOU SAI.B: One rvo.l.milk caw. cottage cheese, Mrs. F. It .Marfoshuty loXt ... Mamhi Morme Diiiim, a freh ckiih and butter. . &M Jur Fnitiaf bar retuiniH from ". V. II. (JriRB!., Phone ;i Mr. C r.ha, returned f.r i Mr. NurV ny one wlthlnt; to place nn order .f nftXl imv triilll a TNIf ,',r "auKnier. .'ir. i.MiMHr nun hi n may do 'o by calling Mm. II. C. Roe T"yal i honor on Turkiy evenini; oBtnn meiuiiiK. Thoma .ilams In Mtn. pliurc, ly. llryautuvillu. Phone No. i!. of a rtty reception. rIvch by the Jit. MKi Mr. K K. MRrk.bury bu.h.U of hill unioiu for nt rentv (10.21 hib. The room- - h l.ex- 'MrV. 0 B SlH.ibniaiI. n Ntfltab-tfla- . Mr. and Mr. ami Mr. Ctwnra vl4er H K.u,ft hina af Cor- t avenue were ehibomtey .leco. TihhUiwhn Mr uad Mi. Ilarr Have rwtiimnd iuNU aflar .peinl-- ; UmnnUr. Ky.. U. K.fl) No .1. honey Mickle i tmg Menl days with Mr. juid Mr. r"t1 in " Mm, It. I. af Uxhwtau. aeinHnR'Mfcw da in " ilUu.rv A. Maara an Crnb Owbanl ' 'Obimiw over the wimlaK. mantel. ill W a pie .upper nt the There Mra. lMnS Oulley I : ..tan anil Mr.. 1. tile gtmi f IjuwmM' friMHht anil MM! aail doontaya anil amttUt the u'ri eii New six home power utriviL .School lloune Nov. V2. M l.teantora. Ihivo i.een j xahliv f yellow chrysan-- ! K.voline e..Kln. Fairbank and Mote Orchard drove ww Proceeds to be u.khI to start a' llbVary recant inlet, ef Mr. ai. I Mr. M. (iul- p r ton of tae UiMw Ihemnma. with candles burmni: every anil I!o. fewl cutter. Priced to nle. almu, Mm. Lima) IitalruiH Mr. mnl Aim. the rchoul. Come and help tu put 'y. V. II. Ilurtan. in .Miaiiomiry. SoWirty of tbo Pwbytur- - wbero and a bntrht lirv added to the baU.r in Cbijr SutUtn wrtra a kuoiI book in the hand of the child. cheer. Dura tho Joy! and reh will be h.W at tlw church " ItnxtHKtoH. ' Mr K. V Marri. Ihh. Hlurn.Hl -- t. ' i ' i rur yr.ir iw- -i i.m All ure'oll' oeealn wntlnc of ailvli-latli.. at 790 fraw a vnit U bar aatu Mr. S.ip llnr- r Mr atnl Mra. IJ. Irvl. af luav farm at Marcellus. Confer Ui tha btidc and Wind fabled n bice- ' rdiallv invlUML Mr. mnt Mis. Cl II. 'rvi In 'Uitih yllle, kt luiw i .hi it naldtra in rk. tax tb. bridal veil cm the wH.r bride I with Kmory JlcWhorter at i:aton i Hl.i Itimrui'ti'i, Mr. J. J. ThoiMfMU and Mia.Tdeil enntlv tu the ide.irr of the store ur apoly to K. C. McWhorter. There "ill bo a pie nipper at the H Main Street, Mr. IM.ni Hd nbWar-- n 4... l.tieillw TIniMon OMturtainiNl Sunday 'imeU. The prue a- awarded Mra. Mr. .iihI Mn fart I'eaOUtou ipent Mr W'iMuui Kl.rti. i;.. neiiKevine jienmii noue, netwceti U'ilituirj tetp'ut a olevan ti'elaak diiiaar in honor, I" i" Ciun.w wh,. i.i..urHllv nr.uuni . ttfi) I.exliiL'ton. uf ' Suntbty wib Mr. mtmI Mm. Vhe Fri.lay .liKlit .Hoi.tcr ati.l IinvilU tha Aiok-am- l inwat of Mr. ai .. Mr, (af Dr. and Mra. Vlrwil Klnna.nl and rA :l to the bride. The Imabv iu WHH l.anr. i Me procee.i will i.e ne farm; mllw rwc MtU ' son. Vlruil. Jr. .Miss Millie Klhin. FotbencM eH te Card. The vice IJineaster, rich land; room "eil for the benefit of the school. Am Cirorve I. lulbiHMW hwI Mr. president. Mr. V. M. Klliott, Mis'uut ' 'UUMf "ut buildiiiRS. yood orchard Friends of tin ohool ard iilbllc are Mrs. J. K. StMrmi"! Kyent the wiuk-eml Umi Onie Miller relumed Sunday Mamie Slormes Dunn S M. lliirtoiTweie batiper In lan-ll- l in Stanford with Mra Itocikwull from a visit to her Mtr in Charle.. I.aili.w please ll,'"l' ,tf water. Wall trade for ' cordially invitiMl. Price and Mrs. Sam Iliisreicntl)Willie there she was (be lou. UVat V... She Smith. vv. aem- - j ..." the .lrw. property. Price rfirht. term. I'rmir a pie. ir.a'.urer Mr. aim Mti. Hy llnyntw, of Mill- - Kurst of honor at the Woman's Club. Ipanle.1 home by her skier, MtH. Chns.1 , receive tl.e miesta. J. W. llw.zley. In rea,nable. P. O. Ilux 172. Lancaster, Ky. wIh. returned Tuiwln,. bofiyOliio. tire KurM of Mr. V. II. tlM, 1hrHO ,hl. , llIc WUI rotfrw, wlth Miss Mary Arnold loft Tuesday for Smith. .. ......... ' i Aloii iiinl faniily. ... ... ,. Colorado Spnncs, Colorado, v. here in "" I"'" .....i " "rnpiii . i. noney- ll...r! Don't forget the Annual till- VFIIIiV .1 "" HIMVIIIVTl Mm. (i. II. Dubyn. of Danville, she will spend the winter with her Tiia Biven by the Ladies Mir.io.mry , " ,KXT , . . T aniuc adjoinitiB the .'of Mnry llell Taylor, doceasml. will yellow ,u(U,, fop Arnold, who is Society, of the Presbyterian church' l1"-'- ,,rl,,! '" K. Kebititon, on sister. Miss AMie decorated it the KUet of Mr J. iim IWesslon Bi. please pay the same now or a soon "' teacher in the Colorw l.t Schaol for! I'ri.by rvuniiiK. Nov. I2lh.. at the """"" " h " Lnxinuton avenue same become due. to me or tu jnuilry ut. For further Infor-la- . tT Kr,,"w '" u' n' ?r.h. co"!4,ri .nation call on the Deaf. 'my attorney. .1. K. Itob.n.on. and all church. All are cnrdU4ly iNt.tl. Shel-b- y Mr W H. Mason, M'iea .Sue ' ltMl ArnoW KrnnC w,l. meet Saturday ' . The W C T. Ma.on mid KIltaheMi (iibb. have .e o iI 'r "f 10-f M r",'V at -- 30 o'clik at tHe club room. ru turned from l.nuUvilie. l,,kl were nichuiond. are rejnlelm: uer the r.' notified to present them i.ronerlv was one of the loveliest, rtvti. it ! ! SALK:- - One 18 room house proven nccordlnu' to law immediate. rival of a little trl. who wu barw the society mis fall nntl over, known as the Creamery Property inUy, to the undersiuned or my attor- "' ttawuil twist wrek. Sua pus bee MrH.K, ." ,..K. Aliil ,., arnt or mnd ney, J. K. Robinson, of Lnnettster. oiawmi ' ,ary Mvurv u'4,wmBaaalm one mile from Paint Lick on Walnut Kentucky, ",,'. Miss Mumaret AIMuM. ef til. ' I I C01I Meadow Pike adjoining the Francis This Not ember sth., IHS0. Fiirnds here have rccoivtxl Uiej place. W F. I'.irks, Paint Lick, Ky. Cyrus Taylor. Kvccutor of the '"I'""'"!- - invitation.. The erooml .Mi Charlie Dun, of Chienk'O. U .lt Kstnte of Mury lloll Ttlor.. ' n "I'l'l"-of Mra. Joe Mount t' e KUet of his nioth.r. Mrs. W. A. Mr- 11 K MoUoberta of thw city l uce and Mr. Price. He 1mm come u BBBBBBBBF' r '' Mr. tmi I Witt. Dm. It im.ont at the waddHK of l.ln!1""1 ,h' furn.vrly of tb. v.ty. OU II .Mamie Smnnea Dunn tjJ.-Miu Air. Hus.eH Wuyland. of Columbln, but ,u,w resldenU of hi Louis I.Mr and Mr.. Kdard Walter llnmster We roast MlMOlln icipiesi me uonur oi your presence No. it Is not true that ClUHOPUACTIC will ra.lor Ufa to th hv Try Waiy Mr. Carl Spoonamorc, of .Stanford.! ut it IS true tha,t this science ha. t,'( ihouviHaa VhMtH bat accepted a position in the liar-Wrre 4f? ni Mr. Hobert Harvey Hank and Trust Couipuny and McKobert nUIML DLLIlU, Wednesday eveniiiK', November 17th, in a condition fur worse than dentin See your Olnropramir. Consultahat nMunied his duties, Mr. Spoon pound. Noaebet-te- r amore has had quite a little experK1 nineteen hundred and twenty tion and Spinnl Analysis Free. in nan atirr eitftit o clock at ciuc In bankliik'i IiuvIiik served the Saint Mitcheul and AIIAntels Kplsconul Church Lincoln National Hnnk fur some time Saint Louis, Missouri and comes highly rucommendrd. lie Is a brother of Mr, (Ifore At Horn after January first Spoonamure, of (hi. city. VARIETY GUU.EY HOUSE, Danvilla St. 9 to II A.. M. 195:1 Mrl'hrrson Avenue LANCASTER, KY. Stltr tnu Mjrw h. relumed) Mr- Claytnn Amol.l l.a rrturrtwl . a m.m rrwu.r. ... :in. II. .u. .a IM..1... ,mi.I II... ..(J (Ml MtM Helen PWCnr several M, - t. w Mr. T. l'tta 'TnThe VfmWl . "f ii!r mvr ltn. , (10-H-t- mIc . " lt-p- d ul n ....... . Dinner. r. .... re,.n 1 yM Il-U- -2 , Mrrth Im..lat H h,,., lv. wk w, ,,. 17-1- 1. lt-p- d. xn rHt C. j i H'atr Ci'K-lttiMt- Vit. 1 Pie Supper. j Je hkk, - ,,uitiol. i.l.h: t"l f. a .N. Trk. bety enl - e " 11-- 1 Pie Supper !1 ly j i , - ,i. '' va. .l." i '' I I- ,.., - lll'a """ "''' 'A rhiK-oi.le ii-i-i- i. I K, .,,. i,ii.,.. Notice yj , ZC V,! ' 1 j "at "' T,or CmmU Onrtr,4mA nUadlCU ' .""" ,,, Il-4- COFFEE our rim ' - ffny Ct.UO aiaief , , every day., RESTORE LIFE TO THE DEAD rctorl MWr nnvu 1 -- 'ijft.jrard per any price. r SANDERS store. Lipscomb C& Opscomb Thn Contra! Record. Lnncastei, Ky.. Thursday Nov ROYAL MAIL I I. 1920 ! FARMER HAS Every Drop of Your Blood Should Be Absolutely Pure Any slight disorder or Impuritlc of danger, as every vital orjran of the body depends upon the upply to properly perform Mood 4 it n source Idiitwn lv horses. steered t.y w,HM,t,ri picturesque drivers who knew no K.te fur rhickest. t not been with ' vill stop tlmL coiitfli, Piill. My fear, go (lying our the white trail w (rmt.r thruwh the trials ami! from llawsoti into the Klon- - ttti,ulntion of hringlnu a ehlek from' North mother gives it to mo whon I , , ,h,. hrofr. idike. The frosen hlll of the .North ilh :i cough, and y i t do 1't hear country no more will i t ho hack nnit 0(, hf (le Mt kou,t UIJlt and! ' a 1 t'.i timt.." forth the weird, birring mnlnmutc it- , eMckens re- ,t.m,., Tlll. ' is ri"ht, Uo. ' dtivcr n they ,U ri rVr call of the since A id J ! Thp. ,ml,t 1 through the ,,,, ,,n,tectrl fre, b.nl itenther. ' vehicle brought their ( v ".!.. now from your i . canvon and passe, or the bentlng of CJU amJ oUu.r wtmlli, nienncc t it t. .'. 'I L, hcof that heiintlde.l the sleds of the th,.m rf ,u,ry ,,ea.e. . N. V. If ioaJ mail, the kmi: mall lor tnc Whrn ,ht,y 1(ri, Mirjriently Inrge ' have gone they ere killed, rire ed anil taken to News of the inissiiik of the great ,,,,,,1. t When you are ready to meet for' work eontnined In the announcement p,,,,,!,!,.,,.,! j u t0 tune half way Jut keep on going un of the White IW and Yukon lloutc connrc,on wtt, the price charge, til you get to it. that will no longer be able to prnctlcnlly every crop the fnrmer No.we are not Infallible, Hut ur the stages became of Increasing costs ralH. tnU, thl, rhunrl. f .nK critics) are. We, too, are becoming it little and must therefore shut down. by W4.;lt.r ur in.Cctt. If he restless. We want a Job that i all TwentjfYr Record. Many a man of brains l short on pay anil no work. arises ut daybreak, milks it cow, so. when show tiles, in a few cleans out the Uirj. complies with common sense. And if Necessity, they say, l the mother over the Klondike, there will nil of the laws providing for clean ('oml of Invention Join ,,,t ,W !,rl Hut it i not always o stipes to take up the work, milk and then peddle, that milk at the father of fullurc. year's service a regu- - M cents a quart he l charged with American part). After twenty Deprive o bookworm of his book lor as .Morning and nirht. the stages being n prohtoer. Without farms It Thp PPctjog M Ver thanks some other there would be no food anil without nd only n worm Is left. I'nle have stoppedw,m lw f((Ur svTt iIPfrr v,r ny r.ti.any mses up me r ' thanks. . smile costs notniiig, mil a .roucn another . with the "In- - big farmer has made nmuey and lives be no cwtimuiitctitMMi expenshe luxury. .Many n brave tmin feels his cou-go- e sWe." and the KlondMie will True, civilization may be degen. drop a well or better thsft his city brother, j And till. it isn't every king who to heaven by wny of a monkey mge slipping awny a he enters his kirk again into th- - primeval iol.i- - If the little farmer mitkr merely a v i.rn.h,.r lh. ..nri.i u , n crating, but that's no reason why eeis ieitiK.nnUy well paid j,,,,, "front door. 'ou should wait for It tu catch up. jtion which wfts hers before the white living h you nml us for Instance. bite. 1.1 II. .. ...... I. ll ..r Iiim Uln.r man came in .1 greut ruii iuiuie . . . . ... . . i The world vu nut made fur nil Wtirii ii fellow- moves away nearly' es thn gentleman irons tililo was irn there sh.mlil i'ni r . i i"'""-"- . i i i . Hut many who knew the royal mail er who nee.is help - people, but there are always n few everybody hntr to see him goexuu more came jour ooj erstan-'inelected, lie was alstt ilrreateil. The Klondike le n .. ore svmi Uhc i stages have gone who do not want to divide up. age. eept his next door neighbor. h He Imi vmi lor a tll'l lU ' t- i. rit ittMidc kings whose pleasure it was to ride jf li s (if roars. sMtse jumpk Never sanke l tenrher moving, After being told Just how to vote, forth on the stages elbow tu elbow Keep brother. Other Thejr entt't find siny to isr with the incoming prospector have, people ere too busy getting there the dear women proceeded to If we ever haVtt another war w by voting for the most part gone their way. to get behind you and full carry out instructions We Imtr won't need an Jrm (Sates. "Hig Aleck" "Swiftwater Hill" they pleased. push enough speed maniacs in this iiiiitr I' wii'il is tun f in, V For Expectant Mothers McDonald, famous Skooum Jim the . the fift f if t gaine. to ride right over n I extermmaK in Indian. Jock Hoyle and Thomas S. Truce Ieiemtmns I' i h. do lt.r first fift m H'h slice any rninn ittst as t ! l..ppy grent men of great times, were pie in-- : tt'e ..Mrel m. the thrr "tl :ilvi-UHUI ltiOOS IMI ime of them. And 'Sw if twitter" usrilLS S1UI0S Co, Otrt S O. AtLr. 6s Hill :s somewhere South, in a South mencnn mining camp: Tom I.ippy i t)f ourse. when a 'ian iir. l hn wife a Seattle Ininker nnd president of the .(agree on politit the man ha a HI "II lOKft 1 "Hig Aleck" I'ort Commiwion. egit n:i- right t i hange his nund on the endlesw tniil in the sleeps Cemetery. Skooum Jim is Dawson Wry ft-You can do it! ... .L. I I l .nl Ih .. i " grounds. Jack Hoyle was one of tho Klondike heroes of the great war. and CUIPOHsthnient W tSl world of THE UNIVERSAL CAR is now regarded as the friend and' modern llli'll. rvyjl benefactor of the Htimanntn "I can't" i nn exprtitwitu Out of the i.torc 3,000,000 Font cars family which is iisotl about a thousand now in use, aliout sixty jcrtcnt have lwcn wdj Had Notd Drivers. times wht'if it .should bt; tisotl to farmers. Probably no other one thing has the driver themselves "Ho-- . ni but oiu't. A man thinks he brought to the fam so n.uch of comfort ami o HiM" and "Hig Sim" were two of prnfit as has the l ord car. It has enlarged i' cm; two of thu gallant company! can't do a thinj: simply because thai plied back and forth in the Arc 1m is too lazy or indiirvrvnt to the social life, cioublst! the facilities for niarke:-intic night, perched on the speeding oxert the necessary eneiH) brought the town nest tloor to the farm, sleds, guiding their horses with mlra- jf ju, wo,,, jK ,js u, nniltijilictlforthc farmer the pleasure of living. ( ,,. lus accuracy as they sk.dded over am, A family car without an equal in bw cswt of the snow, the hard packed snow that he would tijicration and maintenance. We solicit your .tns hfce marble. It was an event Ht'VenillCtf into play order for one now because the demand is large ,n Dawson when either of tlie.e two I'uul that accomplishillj: tliifl- and continually increasing. Pen piloted a royal mail into the isn- - rtilt tilings IS but one of tilt! penal City of Yukon citrrenmg jlown nKU,v incitlents of a day. inese ortvera he Klondike road, "Can't!" uver used' horns or bugles. Their He would latiirh at the word .mil rail, their warnini? as they fiew not mttresteil n an.- car except l .r! around the sharp corner of the Yur as the refill?" of weakliilKS and :,on tnifl. was the long, piercing, the father of incompetency. cry of the m" la mute, p "I Willi" liver body gave them the right of And you bet lu- would. to the king's mail! They knew Go to it! And yet in the long no obstacle r .eter of those who captained the M.'gi s there was nut one who abusud h.s privilege. The rynl mail stages FOR HEADACHE, r dived fresh relays of horses every twenty mile and they atwn trnvel LIVE!. TROUBLE on the dead run. In the nerly )ear of the White Even if you had the arm of n Hercules you Vm and. Yukon roy.l mail service MiekDranzht It The Beit Hcdi- . .i ... could not make fixed feed separators skim . . rt II me great inui lonoweii tne rouie This Lady Ever Used. Sayi clean 365 days in the year. But a ten year old boy, the Yukon Uiver. Hut a new trail eke of IL Is Oaly Medietas She with practically no effort, can get every bit of was built through the magnified-n-t scenery by the Cniuu'inu government, buttcrfat with u Sharpies Suction-fee- d Separator. Gives Her Cl.i'.Jren. An overland route. And not only With a Sharpies, it is not a question of strength or thu irtnges used this trull but guesswork, as no matter how you turn, the Sharpies Cherry Village. Ark. Itr telling ot nil of thu multitude of travele- her evperli-lirwith Tti.dford' lllack Expense skims clean. Of Save One KIIU, it. I, t). Ni r-., prospectors, patrols of the Itoynl Draught. Mrs. Lotili . " ie!d Mart salil Northwest muintett police, went back I, thU a i lajtative. a!M for lir.i.l A Drams lit Winter By Heatinpr Your Home With trailing post to trad- ache, torpia al.rer uud nnd forth from nilUtlon It ing post, from camp to ramp. U th best liver ntcdl'ine l liavo eei nl now the famous old stages used and Is !u only m.dUlni 1 nlve ire gone, the stage of the royal my children. II Ins Mt feel lll.o wrd mn a lot n t mil. Hut the great white trail tloctora' bills, for whei tlm chlldreti greut white line of the compUIn of feeling Lad or have a cold, i, thu t j.irluiul trail that link the Klon- -' I Just givn i a ruou Uase or and they kmjo set all right. ke .iiul the outside world during the "Sftima clean at any petd It certainly cleans th liver and clears ng. Arctic winter. up tho skin and the are soon out, well again. I wouldn't bu without It The Sharpies in more than a mator Miythlng." chine it is a simple scientific Seventy years of successful use Ilu a UlaeU DraiiKhl Giurd Your Ums Wilh LUNCARMA. made Thedford' principle that no other separator I'very (Utndard, household remedy. Coal And Burns LUNGARDIA open the resplra the in the world can use. It ntemlier, of every family, needs, at lory organ, removes the thick only principle ever invented that time. tb benefit that Ukiek Dnuuht masses of sputum, heal the Makes More Heat. Rive In heltdng to cleanse thu system absolutely guarantees clean skimdispel the cough and and to prevent or relieve the troubles Unsurpassed in spasmodic cold. ming at all speeds and at all timaa. Stoves that come from constipation. IndigesAll Kinds Of dllficult Croup. Bronchitis. tion, and u Itiy liver breathing, and such kindred disTo keep well, our atomach. liter Reasonable. tu it Ranges. The Prices ease. Thousands uttest and bowel uitut bo In stood working great virtue. If LUNGARDIA ,& order. To help ke?n them thai way, your roney returned. fuils, taku ocranlousl doei of Thedford's Price, i0 cts. and $1 'JO per Thaiisiadi ot hotnei .1 Brynntivllle. bottle. Kentucky. are never without It Manufactured by For sale by alt druusWts. LUNGARDIA CO., Dallas. T.a Kruuln-The Im the uatue, iiiisi a FOR SALE BY McKOHERTS aaaa..aaa m mAmMAMMm JK4r Thedford'. on the UUl. luslil gu iSFWV VwvVSJvVVvvaT WSWW Drug Store. wUU jou ask tor. tN lleet-fcoted ap-jb- y ! iU function. Many painful and damrcrous diseases are the direct result of n bad eondltion of the Mood. Amonir the most rcrious aro Rheumatism, with Its torturiwr pain; Kcxema. Tetter, Erysipelas and other disfiguring skin diseases; general debility, which makes the itrongcit nfcn helpless, and many other diseases are tho direct result of Impure blood. You can In a largo measure nvolj liability to disease by the use of S. S. 5 the wonderful blood rem rdy that las been In constant use for more than fifty years. S. S. S. cleanses the blood thoroughly. It is sold by druggWts everywhere. For valuable literature and me. leal advice absolutely free, write today to Chief Medical Adviser, 159 Swift Laboratory, Atlanta, Ca. HIS TROUBLES, Of Klondike Gone .Every Crop A. Gaiv.hle' And Prices Brine: NO I.ONCr.R PAYS TO QPHRATF. ' Small Hewn I'd II0H5C DRAWN SIXD3 IN STAGES, fill the ImiiMmHtlts Neve.) with who are fp-people The rwynl mini .ritjci,n, of the fntrotr. hi Seattle. Wash. y mid have passed. hw ,.tnKei tf the nnu. tnVn the' since truui,i0 lo ,ry to sec the fatmcr's No longer will the fnmou ,of the White Pits it ml Yukon ISoute. ,,fllllI,.m, throtiuti the farmer's ces. I APCTIC NICIIT. Prom .Many prr. ,,fr "Toll your motlicf ' T, KEMP'S BALSAM T, I WHY NOT Deposit Your ,rt, f4 nu-cou,- ;' , i. Cracks at Creation. trnte I and Become Independent ru. i The Garrard Bank & Trust Co, t. di. ) "." ;". one-.nw- I ..- . t J-- i ..... i . w-- . - MOTHERS ll'IfcM) hi Hci It tl .at - S.tllltll(l'X XMlllllllll Vi i''i . g, 1 Hasslden Bros parage vj. - Strength does not Guarantee Constant C! an Skimming with Fixed Feed Separators I 60fL ieS HIGH prac-tunll- y Third The This e pl.-i-- Moores Air Tight SHARPLES Cream h re-na- n IHi-ii- uiacK-Draugh- separator Stoves The Cheaper Grade Of Heating Are and BECKER BALLARD. Htack-Drauxii- Goodloe & Walker Bros. J yet-U- a W The Central Record, Lancastei , Ky.. Thursday Nov 11,1 920 PUBLIC AUCTION! THREE SELECT COUNTY I - Welsh & Wiseman START TOMORROW A Big Sale OF MADISON FARMS. ONE-FOUR- TH SUITS AT LOWERED PRICES pi'-cn:i- have been employed liy tin present owners to subdivide the well known Shelby .lutt farm in Mntli.Miii County, Ky. Into throe t'lmlci: farms ntid tit otrtr them t th public at tin- liih.-- t dollar on Kxery Miss and Woman who has delay d the inter Suit will welcome this extraordinary sa'e of Suits a' oi her Autumn or REDUCTION. Wednesday Nov 24 TEN O'CLOCK A. M. tnal iiuludcs our entire stock embracing all the choicest styles I'nd most charming materials of the ser.on. You will appreciate this sale all the more becnuse it comes right at a It is an event fertile farm, is very productive and has always been in good hands, owiuid by a man who wanted to ndil to the fertility of his soil, rntlmr than to take from, with the result that it has never ceased to lie better and to produce more abundantly as tin' years rolled by. This in a very time when a new suit is at the heighth of its tisefulkuan, r..;d v'.io:: it is possible to acquire a full seasons' service. Kipially to be npproci'n;ad U l!:c direct imring from the already lower prices which "nave pruviously of been ONK-FOURT- announced by this store. - brick residence, modern highest state of cultivation, is improved by conveniences, excellent stock barn and a 10 ace tobacco barn. On this tract and coinenienie that any will be found every little farmer ould desire. This was the original ho'iie tract of Shelbj .lett dec. used, anil wa improved just to his notion A IIKAl'TIFt'I. IIO.MK. in out-buildite FIRST FARM, WILL CONTAIN ABOUT ISO ACRES, ALL GOOD LAND, Our entire stock of Suits has been divided into the following groups: ."M5.O0 S IO.oO Suits, reduced to Suits, reduced to . SECOND FARM WILL CONTAIN ABOUT 60 ACRES AND IS IMPROVED by good live room dwelling, a law "ombincd stock and tobacco barn with sil at side. All this land is good and will make some man a tine home. Suits, reduced to . $(15.00 Suits, reduced to... SoO.iiO .$33.75 .$75.00 Suits, reduced $37.12 $85.00 Suits, reduced $44.63 05.00 Suits, reduced .$48.75 ($1 10.00 Suits, reduced ; 1 to to to to $56.25 $63.75 $71.25 $82.50 THIRD FARM WILL CONTAIN ABOUT 40 ACRES AND HAS A 3 room dwelling and a 10 acre tobacco barn. This tract is practically all first and second Silver Creek llottom land as fine at a man ever walked over. Can be cultivated in corn and hogged down as lonv as man habitates mother earth and wil. bo as fertile the last day as it is now and will grow hemp or hemp seed enough the first year to pay a handsome dividend on the entire farm. LISTEN MEN A SPECIAL PURCHASE OF WINTER COATS AND LATE STYLE DRESSES Our buyer on his recent trip to the New York market secured a host of the vnry latent styles in both Coats and Dresses at prices much lower than prevailed earlier in the season, all of which price advantage we are glad to pass on to our customers. This land stands in a class alone, is of ihe very Inchest type land that good o'd Madison County possess. It is loited on a good pike, each farm miles from the Kirksvillo having u good pike frontage, is only one and one-haHigh S'hool which will give your child a 12th. grade, education without a penny additional taxes, has within two miles, turcc churches of high standing, is thriving city of 10,000 inhabimiles from Kichmond--- a only eifht and one-hatants. Adjoins the farm of the late Joe Simmons, who was one of the pioneer tobacco growers and buyers of .Madison Coun'y, Kentucky. lf lf SPECIAL SHOWING OF NEW COATS AT $29.50, $39.50 $49.50 $59.50, $75.00. $95.00 THE NEWER AUTUMN DRESSES AT $25, $29.50, $35, $39.50, $49.50, $59.50, $69.50 BROWN KID SHOES AND OXFORDS are Lowered prices now prevail on all offering, ninny special values at high-grad- A PLACE FOR YOU JANUARY 1. 1921 TO THOSE OF YOU WHO HAVE SOLD YOUR HOMES AND NEED A good farm in a good locality to live, good marki ts for every product raised. (I)id you know that Itchmoud boasted of the hihcst average on tobacco sales of any place in Kentucky? Tobacco on this market last year amounted to about pe; pound was over IS cents. eight Million pounds and the average p.i-Figure this out and you will not wonder that Madison County is a wealthy County when one crop of tobacco left about four millions of dollar on deposit This farm otfers cxccllaut opportunities, is a monin the banks of this county.) ey maker, is a property that you will always bt glad to own. wish to 'I his will probably be the last sale I wil! conduct this year and tK public for the interest they have shown me during the sale season of thank I Olio. have had wonderful sales and eontrbute my success to the fact that I have never taken a farm when the owner wanted more for it than it was worth, and too, I have confined my work to good land from good farms well located, in have taken a good neighborhoods, near good schools and on good roads. pcrsnm.l interest in each subdivision and have rut the lines on the farms so that they would be just like the purchaser wanted them and have recognized the lay of the laud, the frontages and the situation i f the improvements and when my woik was looked over I have heard business men say, "I do not see a line that could be changed." 1 1 1 e Shoes and Oxfords, and we $7.50, $10.00, $12.50 AND $14.00 WELSH Heading Kuglnnd is It 1 WISEMAN If you want to walk the streets week after week in a fruitless search for work, go to one of the big cities. Newspapers are not parading the fact, but those who understand conditions in the large cities tell you that employers are laying off their help in increasing numbers every day, and the end is nowhere in sight. A good country job has many attractions The army of the unemployed has none. DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. U Off. raw Importing WANT KVERY (iOOD CITIZEN OF MADISON AND GARRARD CO. and from other counties to attend this sale and to those of you who need a home, I want you to come to see this farm not only once, but come two or three limes and each time you look you will say. "It is better than it was before." Close inspection is what this laud bears best and is what I want it to have. Don't say I saw it live years ago, SEE IT NOW I TERMS WILL BE LIBERAL AND ABOUT USUAL AND WILL BE AT THE SALE, and I am asked to especially invito the man with a few the usaud dollars who wants a home and wants a man behind him to see him tit 'ou gh. Don't forget the day, the hour and be. on hand. R. G. Woods PAINT LICK, KENTUCKY. Jesse Cobb, Auctioneer materials from the United I !.. ...III.... R. .!.!.... cmnK oiaies ami prices products in Kurope below those of this country. thus building up a solid foun- - imist :lM.,n tn,.niML.iVtw aiui dation for the future trade of oomn,on Sl.t. u,st replace the that section oi ine worm. rufeW vanity and waste. This fact alone shows the im-- j A ,.,.,,... .. ....... v" j ...... mli.. punitive necessity for a read- its greatness when its rulers justment of price conditions in and its people are in harmoniall of our lines of manufactures ous accord. and trade. We, as citizens, have our High prices and empty duty to perform, as well us stomachs are not a condition those whom we have selected to bo greatly desired. to govern us Let. us elevate our citizeiishin j by a proper discharge of Forget And Act. that '"" I ing the country to a basis of safe and steady prosperity. There is no longer room imiiioml' us for the tinscruniilous " profiteer and the prolligate squanderer, Tm, ,)mjls of thu KouMry i ,.! I ECZEMA Uh0Ml et irna (.! in lh . The election is over the Ttlttl. KiKtta. I It L ,lt jority has indented its choice I Dnn'i Wrow Herc A cu h ttralantn't Utltd Now, as good citizens .let us! Hunl'.hl,hatirlit.rd ti diMt W MKk cwi VniiM forget the animcsities of the' Young man, if you have a Im t ttmmy Try it ! v"fc campaign and devote every! good job in the country, hang CnAf. STORM KS Dltl'; STOIIK ounce of our energy to restor- - onto It. nia-i'11' NMI7 laCK U.llC4liOtu,t C ! j Jh The Central Record. Lancastei , Ky., Thursday Nov TOBACCO GROWN IN ANY SECTION Commercial Value of Product In. flucuccd Greatly by Soil and Climatic Conditions. OVERPRODUCTION I 1 , 1 920 We Are Now Offering Our Entire Stock of IS MENACE Certain Method! for Production of Variout Typei Are Recommended by 'the United States Depart ment of Agriculture. innv ! i:riwn nil IniltmW fi.nn , i, immHIhtm 'iiihhIii to tlic tropic ni H Inn ihc tMin Stint viirlH) of II it MiffrMI vnlin nf tin- - product l mi! in a emitcr degree by the tttr ttinlMr i nmi lluiiillc ( (iinlltli'ii mi tliT Wllll'll till- - plntll la vrnll 'hsttl h Hllnnt hiij nilier ttnrtniit i TIm' fitti tiri- - n e rnntnlnil ihiii tin loluiriii Imlu.trv lm luH'iitm- - litul l (Hnlhfl. hihI tin irnilt' rcmii r t IimH( l tu rr1lti nr. ' litiHliirtlmi fur ll Hiily of lllH vnrl ln- -t m nmi !! if lewf riti.r.-III lht- -. riUli.. Hie MMirj finlNll- .- fur tire iMnllKl.lH. nmi r.'viillliiir .1 TAILORED SUITS mi.fnllj Th- - Ii4thIn plant AT VERY GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. WE HAVE IN THE LAST FEW DAYS RECEIVED MANY SHIPMENTS OF COATS, WOOL DRESSES AND SILK DRESSES FROM NEW YORK, WHICH OUR NEW YORK OFFICE HAS BOUGHT FOR US AT PRICES VERY DECIDEDLY BELOW THEIR VALUE AND THESE WE ARE OFFERING AT LIKE REDUCTIONS. THESE ARE ALL VERY HIGH CLASS GARMENTS. .i. 11 n. .H.il,-tlli.'i- l lir' - Increased Production. ItnWi lmHirHiit .r.liii-'- t li.liticm of irrtMln "i-l- ! kmiVMi 1m r: whl. Ii iniiKi' It ilvlmlili' f. Mfrnl itirH...' nf tiiHiufHtiir or port. Mm.iiwT. In ri'tlmll nil .- illlrlri tin-I., tlif iirihliii'tluii riti.llli hii'ifiiMil tu iii.'i't mi.. In lit timlllnlili' piirv. I'nr I iTnn tu Itilrixliiiv llii1 iimiiiu'ri'liil grim In;: nf ti.li.noi In (if tilt (riMlui'lni: i.miIitx nn IILi'lv t n-- nlt In fiilluri'. filler tlif leaf U tint right In ih- nr ii ;llfniir) iiuirletlm; f;iillltl.' nrv tint livullnhlr. Kiirtlicrtlinri'. mi .! t iliiiiiiiiit nf tin- - linlii-ir- y in ii -.lliiii mi n large nle, w lili-l- i umilil I... oviitlnt for iTiiiinmU-n- l market iu Would iiii likely IfHil III ni'riliN i. t Inn nmi. n it rniixtiin-iio.- , miproritn lilt. irliv. . a mutter nf fnet. over priMliii'llnii U a miitiilit ini'iiiice In nil nf tlif tlllilMi.il rrlil.Ti. nf Intnl. .tt ttriiwlnc. , Growing and Handling. Tin liietlmiN nf growing unil tin- - rop iiiii-- I Ih- - varied urn in I lug In tli.' type ilf Ifiif ulilrli It l ! lrii In iriMinv. fi.r tin- - kluO nf In l Inltiii'iirt'it icry erently lij ili. lian-Iii.'IIiihIs nf criming iiihI IihihIIiii'. tVrluIn iii.'IIuhI fiiiil".n-l- . ci . lHr nrr inurmil l . hj ri'lnlhc upp'J nmi ilniiriiiii no' b) tin- iiinllltif tin- imf ir.i,l.i. -l 11m ittn-itin- t - One Lot Of Tailored Suits at Half Price ervii !. We offer one lot of finely tailored suits sold at $40 to $90 at half price. Most of these are large sizes 40, 42, 44 and 46 bust measure. Thrso are suits we carried over, but the styles are all good. lltilt l'tllll(s - Recent Price Adjustment on Dry Goods When the movement to readjust prices began in September we nnm unced that we had and would continue to mark our stock at lowest replacement value regardless of what our stock cost us. There have just been made some lower prices on a number f lines and we have marked down our stock accordingly. We mention some of these, and we want you to have absolute confidence in our prices being the lowest possible, at all times. nOc KIiHtst iii-r- quality IM1 inuh Percale.. iilc-J- nf aiv ilown ;J0e ,to. ...j full JfG jp vUU SQ.'.tO all to Wtiol TrkoUBW itn down ... . .. nll-Wo- ol $4.50 $3.50 D. IVrertlus. inrhtw wiilo. now iiOrt . Press CliiK'liains, ZuU are 1 fp 5'I.iiioli Hutittt SuruuK Hii ilown to . .. ONE-THIH- now llowii to rl)e n.xtra wide Dress Ginghams 03u JP UUU are down to Finest iVV t Gossnrtl Corsets all niarkptl down. LudifK House Presses are down Klmona Jlouu Apron Preses are down Imported Scotch Dress Oitijr- - 6.00 Finest ira Satins and Chnr-mtis- u hams are tlou n to iiOc are down to $0,50 o am" now i $3.00 Plaids Outinjr Cloths hestmade are inch All-Wo- ol down to ONE-THIR- - UUU per ct. D. . large slaji Turkish $4.00 69c All Uleached I'ottons are down about 40 yide Sheetings are down fully Headv-Mntl- e Sheets are down ahout tlrrvcitin Tcbacco by Cutting trie Stalk, Showing the Method of Spear. Ing the Plant on the Stick. $1.00 Heavj. One-Thir- d. Math Towels' tire, now fur Hit liriMlnrtli.ii nf llm urotl l'w ii'iiiliiiiM-nilii- l l.y lln I'nltisl Si. If. li'lKirliiiftit nf TIiiiiieIi . l,v ,,f lllliirutcillflll III iiM' iif llif ili'lullv llify are tlic n itil:il.l In tlcn nf tin. irffiil klmul filse llllil 'ifrifliri. nf ItltfNllxuinr nmi llm limit. iui4-.fu- l LTinifp. Tlit'M' riiiuiiiiif iiiliilliiii urt (tMitiiiMfil Ih I'linm-p.- ' Iliillitln ,i7l. rnliniTii Cull tin-,- " ioilft. nf wlili Ii can In IiihI liy iiiiln-li- ii: u niii.- -i m ln I'nliiil Stutf- - ilepurttiiftii til mrlriiltiiri' Wafliliislnii. I. (' nr.i..-,.,i,- i't A. B. CUNN'S CHAPEL. Krainl-euii, Robertson DANVILLE, ..M. & Abe Hurtutt, Bro. ! a KENTUCKY. Mr J fur n Aiuuii nmi Mm, Llu'u Hurt. QUALITIES OF LAYING HENS r Small Feminine Neck and Head, Bright, Alert Eye and Drooping Tail All Count. All experleliml. ili- -f uIimtxIii; mmiI' try rnlfer klinwa at a glance I It.- In) ' iui lieu; tin mm feminine neck mid hi'ud count as'ilu: tht hrlisht, alert " lells a lulf. the dronpliii: lull tell tale, and uheu ln' plckk Iter fret up and plump lliem tlnuii lmv miutlii r pointer - RAPE Can EXCELLENT FOR SWINE te In taaten Kapected t Add Many Pounds to Growing Shoatt Leaaene Feed Bill. Neier fore that mmI rut makea eirellrlil lnK feed and inn lie wiwn llclitly In the (at or linwilcan In a ninillelil at llie al ciilllvnllnn nnd .. fipexleil l add inauy imumU In n Mil-o- il pi..iiri. pork. tllli a iirrtMiiHlllii: li'tnliitf of llie on I lo li Krowliia: liiimh of vhnata la uiaklag be freilblus The Deitli Anel viklteil the home Mr II M Kurtz wu in Stutifiinl Itfv Inaku filleil liU uppoliitmt'iit of Mr. ami .Mm, J I Ubell Tuemlny Muiiilny, nt tlif M. K. C'hurrh Iter- - Suturtlny niKht, Nov 2nd., and ilnlmed their three week old on, Unrol l Till Vr' Ukv ,,,,rt fiu h'vu ul'ri"K nlht nn.l Sunday wa only tiven to the fond ' from toniliti. .. . i ii..ii.t rr...ii.r little one .i .WUIfr. r..lt nr.. .... i.vum.. M parent for u little time but they ...... 1.....I..I. ...... ..... ... Vl'll o( Mi'r John un.l T. re KUt(tU ulioiltd Im comforted with the thouvht Turly to vote. I M. ChmulUr. Saturday. tlut he hu koiio to u world where. . Kurt win icl tewl Mister t.t-ot no aurrow or pain run come but whetv ' .lay. the .a.t k. , (. iill ulio folloty the foot ktepi of the . A littl, .on of Mr. Uuthfon. t.ln ,Ml Matter may dwell forever there. ' pneumonia. Iiui Itrt'ii ill with Tiuter- - MrI Mr. and Mr. John Umd eotertaiti. the little .on of Mr. uudj nd Mr. Homer lUy were icur.u of ed the following at urpht dinner Mr. Lout Murphy l.iu Ikhi, ill. nmi Mm. I.uiu loetcr rercntly. in honor of Mr. Ijtml'a birthday SauikI Cluy Jolumj;Mr. Mi'r l urtl Kut Mr. and Mrs K. II. Chandler return- - turday: Mr. mid Mm. Frank Land, of .SMrhohikvilU- - were here Sumluy. Mr. and Mr. Kd Nnylor and bnby, Mr. Hoot. Davi, Mr, and Mr. Hiram "f"r " "w and koni, Mer Charlie and ' ent hnduy with! Mr. Homer Hall I in a kerlou con. Howard litul, Mm Charles Crow and Mr. I.uiiu Koktvr babj, Mr. Ilaryey Teater, MUe c hit brother, Mr. Janie roater at Jud ilition a a retult of hi hone Inex Land. Vlrule Mae Nay lor, Sal lie aou. with him near lluckeye one tiiitht Lou Teater and Mr. Kettle Kat. f Catey Ient the lut week. Mr and Mrs. It. A. Alt of the IjiihI family wn preient week-enwith Mr. and Mr. Harvey Teater enter- nnd quite an enjoyable day waa ipent. Mr. and Mr. Cuey. tained the following at dinner Tue-daMr. and Mr. John Land and Mr. Hubert Davli of Jeaamlno wai COY u ifuet of Mr and Mr. Frank Land aon, Mr. and Mr. Hughey Moberly , Saturday nitchl. and daughter, Mem John Chandler, Mr. Lynn Cobb wu the icuett of Mr. Katie Anion la here with her T. M. Chandler, McKlnley hbell and Anion viit, li decorated with white chrynaiithcmuu and all had a dellKhtful time I Mr. Ilillurd Simpkoti and baby Mr Janifk Miittnewa and baby and Mm 0ie Hill spent from Mon-duntil Tuesday with their parent., were mirta Wednesday of Mm, Lem Mr Klmcr Uay wu the cueit Snt urda nlKht of Mr Orenr Whittaker Mr, Thur.lay Matthew. Mm. Less Hill nnd family. u-.- ...... Ve...)-- ! .ullS:JXn7 d M" fall-ini- Mrs. .Mary I'lou.e spent the day Mr and Mr. Aaron Smipuu entertained a number of their relative Sunday with Mm. Nairn i? Moberley. Mr. and Mm. Casey Nnylor were and friend Sunday. Mr. and Mr. Ike (Juneau and fam- KUetta Sunday of her parentx, Mr. ily werr the KUmU Suinliiy of Mr. and Mr. O J. Harden. Mr. and Mm. Lynn Cobb and dauKh and Mm. Line McMilliau. Mr Charlie Mitchell and children ter. Mntlic lleulah, Mrs. Mat Harvey Kpent from 1'riday until Sumluy with and Miss Pearl Matthew were the her mother, Mm. Luciniln Crcaton. guests Sunday of Mr. and Mm. Jnine Tomtiile Murphy .l.uw la and Matthew and family. Johnnie SInqon, who have been In Hamilton, Ohio lmvt leturtieiMhoiue. Yes, we have law. in this country Mtft Halite Spurki, 'vhn I ilnyim;1, to fit every crime.but If the culprit has, "influence" the crime seldom at Mr, harl I'rerton itijnt Saturfits the law. day nlcht and Sunday with hoine' Mer. Jee y: und family were pleasant uueita Sunday of her daughter, Mr. Coleman Ucker and Mr Locker. The pie tupper at Scott Fork amounted to $151.60. The table was folk. Mr. Amanda Cloute Kvery normal young man ha a desire for matrimony, but only a few have the ability to start married life with the flourish demanded by Ihe average American girl of today. Bachelorhood and splntterhood I the natural result. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Nov (i I 1 . 1 920 9 ?Sr;X T McROBERTS 1DRUG STORE has all the new COLUMBIA RoECORDS j Come in and hear them. l r CANKERS ADVISED TO PUT MORE POOD AND LESS LIQUID IN CANS - WRIGLEYS 181 More i 5 before the a package ' war life fa package Food and Lets i . .....-r- Liud l i" in fur . Vh.. r fi .. cnh-rt- TI" "i.L'l of ln mil cm w '....-.- .. '" "-- " fill b tbe I'nltnl 'Mlat. . 'nrtt-iiHM- . f w ' r . i n rt I HwrSlhr'ltrYtMfH 4t rft etf ttirh our Mn flar t tt t tt ihtirr tirrrr.rn-- fil hue !.) C'nff. Tir TODAY lric TOPMI 7W V ttib w f I Pint Paaao M INMcn u- tb.- - II I mnttMfM ittirlr. ! In mm Tit M- i- I rrnl tl. nf 1itilt Vrtrtw klMM a f - Alri IIMiltHr Itecur. IMfta iHMo iiiiIkmI. pa'b ti .Vrlr fn4. ,m" oHt '! w h iiHr'iiw ITImi DiltM.jM Mmlrlil unit lulrr nwirainl TREES TREES; " aM Itaulit Cir !( '" I" ' ilw I'l.rt.wr ha l KKl'IT AN'D SlIADK TUFFS i:i.oo.MiN(i suurits UUAI'K VINKS KVKIUiKKKXS I'KKF.N'NIAI !thii irntlnn obtrh built r' raiirwin (! i.ici"l i btb r n in- - vim ttht Hi. aMl tn Lilt lin fi ! HI ti. U itmaliM-- r -ltw H rni that rtn ib waul t Hm h. Inrtw. """ Im ? tltruvrb Mo hurra oafont lb fflbjrat tl. and ilnt art, mammi) ralMI ' iiiwui'iii "w. af lb Mirraa f ffcwite- - :ii.l 'iliMf flarintl. ami nnl i .af fimil iImM tfe- - rtwuiwnf a 11k" munlnt: lmluf, that alt Mh full a imntfMr Qunttty bi a I It Cjo. IN- IttJvrr lit MMlit). Tim ipiaaiti) mi Kraimi rii. miu. II . I " witl nther irtii- Hiilv- - f the .ll fmM U utii rfM ' (ha ran tm tH mm- mmoouIi 'b ..n b T' . n.Mii'. r. limn is 'rii-- nr lllt III W final III till 1.111. ll.lU. bifrrbir tnMajii, w- -ti hrtttiik u Kirlnj afHirii, attrl l unfair t r niM-An bowint narfc prtiiiHi r r I i ii.rie Container. " w in i ' i in i during roe war and Eft m li. iifc . I j i Hh rt. mauM-mlMlkfli In . t ba i nm riirf in MM" tkr I'nllra lift n a DM mM In Tbo I'bWMH'r wai Km , - lt1 iti UIH'MAKlt UOSIvS 'a t ATA- UN tbn Maw I 'til - rmf awiaal HKlKiK KTC Mether'i a HiitaBtrt ak1 M.tt .WhrK. i ( 1, rRr.K 11. 1 .1.1 l'UATi:i) - m.rtfc- -r ' !.()(,.. NO AdKMS. am,'l Htrt, r. iimcMiiriiR l. & sons 11 lt. 'rt. 'hirik'ng 'hi a air nw.r. m) w- IHtlr 41H "nil yim art- n iW.n.i.- " kyr I ,, . LEXINGTON, lik21-nt-H- KENTUCKY, ,? j mi ' t.) rM .'it 11 ''il' '.ruth I up In illrTi'imt tnm tiiwl a 111 tlita irtbHlar. . Some UauM NrMwiry. "llw Imrvau wf tntNtalfy atxaptalM iiar uia.W lutmicitina t ibHrmrim. --fal aMM fi ailrt lum MM h . h llw lhitM ba !i.mi m tra aMiy In pit a la 1k if .iaMM alar a waiin mm ftlmm m a ajr liiJMraMi ib aath A l f il HiMiHiHi f ,r. nt ii lull irrl'ii. itii MH tiiiwiiii im iryr mwr Mf rwilu wlaV tllrriiHM ' ixi mM ! Mf ftrtla ami pfabt m tl, bbt rntHtfHNUt nf fhr ral ruad awl 4m H. ttr .. MMil nf tba rtuln f iIn ilflmrttiMl tnr ima: hran. rb.rl'i aM Ibr ni (tine Mn niMl IMlMrr Inn ailbMt4 r rk Ml!. In makhis aVrbirailii uf nmtmtf r-i, a'vtl Mi j t E5j The FEavor Lasts So Does the Price! 1 ik mm. lu- - i n.. , . nl ' l- i htt -- ,hM im4tlrrf. Cmupl. ImmiM ibn inrWi lr rfnac. Hun in - iiit.:i ,i rMnniwlbMi rrgurrllhji af Ha frtbnM fatal ,, m mmhi fnrii. arm ia aaajt nam aev Wn-h am-rin- ! . ntv t'nl'nl )lalr ibfaiftwaat mvi.ii l. " ih! r ii .hi it, i.i. iinl ainl it ii in JH'k It it not 10 much how 'OTHERS" mnkc their ft rt .iWAf ni It Fait A ! . Feel h Melancholy. tip i.ji a . .ifi Qu4 11 r 1 llif n n im Mi i' Imci'V " Tl I . I. I M. .f l r- ' nun in. 1 ii nlij, What r 11 . . niiiu mnnlrn ii.. a It n. r i' ' ' .ii force It "lr". In that tin-- 1 n it it how dot it meet the approval of the most In tin- - t critical comumcr. WHITE SWAN, it meeting the tctt And tlcfici n superior. We are in the market at all timet for wheat, rye, oati, corn, niui barley. We will tell you our or liny yours. Flour, meal, mill frit! and liny for sale or trade. ' 8 . I'lSli'tl hilisor Hi. for alii'Ut one- ml. or rjKXO times ni- Hitli : it lnt. u full" tiMm a ilrop of Ink 1' li t.ii' Mil' i's mi tiiiHtilns "lib I Kt t av - 4 ...Jc .V j .ury to IN WISE HOUSEKEEPER TO USE LESS SUGAR USE CARE It Sbalrf WEANING BABY it THE NATIONAL BANK OP Cup.'.oJ I vi'.unce M I n JsS Aj. Usual Never il Done for Con ef Mother and Never WitboHt Dtolor'j AdvKC. V I wiliy ANCASTKR. Cnnninj Fruits and Vcficlnblcs. Amount of 6f Tbi' tllillc IImII', Lancasier Hour mills f Q lltctirpnniietl . Abumlant Swaat) ef Sagar It I'teilkt. Vmcr-Hlo- b cd far Mrtaai Hvr Gaaawtaf ed laartotcc! PMwttng af Cafit, 'at II "III , ' bw liiiM'kiwr " Hlxkxa 1 Ki ri, to an Ibv ,U( f iwri r uH n( ib la' part uf .i.-a- rltii. lbb frail umii i USED CAR SALE ftT f .Sf6RlFI6E, We need tin room Tor new ears and the used em's must ;o. I I i I'MitvaliHiri of tlu wtrtlifr ami lninl.l Thiiiv will, tun r Iw iIhih- - vWiIhmii thf ;ilv n- - nt ..pi. .ti iiil) ! uu li.. aiiivgr "f iibvtHaa. luilli ntii- - a al biwt -- Mmr tWt jrar ih i mi...- -, ihim aMi m .ainr. CLEAX NICKEL ARTICLES mi. rim in lb1 uurtbiTM b"inliaMV. um- a- - . Wath pfc1u.ny , Hcl baipy in. r- .- m .' Wat.r and Dry With Salt Cloth Wlilt. ami K laflCan Be Uied. sialic 'h'Htniuvui af aurirmliMii'. Hlm fur Krai inc. Il l dinsiiMiia in aiaiii l'robi all anvinl iaatfmtbitta, sar uiii in- iiMirr abatMtaai aii wiiiti. IhiIiiJ. It IhhiM uol In- tloi - alaMlbf uaaii!l.t iiihi pbHi l wwanvd at lbi ml f ih. Hrt I'u In UNa ttaw ailii kvHM ta tlwu ta lU n lim-- : 1 li ;. rit-- . i It billrr. uIh hi 'Mi'. liHratlHC Ilir.'Uili tin IM.'MMH aMl l HIHIH in I h' l.lll lllll rf ibi- - rar ha ami b-- . , imiiii'i nil m tbi- It K hiiinr to i'iiti In ihi MiMtiMr i ban bj ilw oprtHS. iw. am ami ttw bally mulib nl ; it ibaw Kraibaarly u "Mbl ( u ii . mm brinx fanllaa; til it rtniw ilh u bottl.i fMNH)i MHrat wwU it n r ri, rl Iw :().)((). Surplus 450,000. J. Uook-kcepcr. Honor Roll Bank It DENNY. I'rciiltwt S. C D JINNY, Caihier KLI.IOTT. ln.livi.lun! A fr. bl lmt K. STOISMKS. Vle-- '' l'fl. O. JI THOMl'SON. TrlWr. CioncrnBook-Kecpc- HUCilt MOBLKY, r frlfi !. G. B. Switiehro.nl. WK SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. Alex K. Bonny. J. II. Posey, J. K. Stornte.. C. Penny, A. T. Sarnlcm. I)r W M. Elliott. Director. .1 m.i.i.. r iwn i in ii tin' frail will ml.'', ihi' ibiaini'irMt hn itaa.1 mi ibt ii.' rfvl uv rmjaTViirrraOi vt -- CITIZENS - NATIONAL BANK. aiti jq - OF LANCASTER KENTUCKY Corner Pul.lic Square and Danville Street. CAPITOL $50,000.00 SURPLUS $60,000.00 WK STRIVE TO SERVE. L. G. Davidson, Ill .MiiraUr Bwir.ir-t i.-hi M'lil III . tbrrn M.mic Mi. ra l.i Hm IwiSI i hm, mill augur tUiu ta Hl rmmii Im ifc, or patiir ALL CARS IN A NO. 1 SHAPE. One K-- lo wire wheel 1920 Huiek Tour- inu$1500.00 1450.00 One K-- M 1920 Roadster 1 1920 Ford Truck, Worm Drive. 500.00 350.00 One 1918 Ford Touring-- . One 1917 Lexington Touring,--.350.0- 0 750.00 One 191S Dodge Touring, One Buick Chain Drive Truck,. ..100.00 1915 Buick "4" One 5 .500.00 C-2- ari'ulrr iMa ttmillibm. Wliltimc. or hihi batwibal III llllo Iwfiav ha- ilwr Km- - nMtri'r. inHjr mmnimIhii. i'iinir tlarinc b.- - att fim nMHitb to ltiliiiii mMiH that lw ! pi pW vw.. W ... n , I'll F ' I l.lPIl iluU. Iwl .-li a nwilllbiti ofiin . aA I I . .1 ! VI lahl ..J .m.i.m. . ,i HaVMlt imi tMf )ii,n lluia ' uir bi b.. m. b. Ibl. ...r H- , ..Hij fc,.,. ... UI m,.r fci.-- ..... . ' in ihcw W. O. Rigney, Asst Cashier W. F. Miller, J. Louis Gill, Teller. Mrs. N. H. Hamilton, Asst Toller and Book-keepe- r. Book-keepe- r. Cashier. 1 r DIKKt TO,! y Hu.l S. ti. (iihh, K -- it. I l r i , i - Ualkor, Shirley lluuion. w. F. Champ. J. V. .Snoainj ... r,f. H.. tka. lltttk iH-- r ";:,H; . ' ,rt1'' .afc-n-r '"" 'l-- ti! . ON ROLL OF HONOR DEPOSIT HERE AND SAVE YOUR MONEY. J Danville Buick Intforporatt' I Co Vet Walnut St., DANVILLE KY. MMtWUIlHl luii. irlMM fr.iu. ttu tisktlliv lb.. mwr to aiiir.' lit abaro of ! ; il. I'nb-- - . na'W.Mial luai a rtHiniin.il. tin I hiiw iiiiM.iiiii. .,W t M.,Hmc mil ,r,,..'.. m,,.. t !. nr that Iwgi' t)iinlilllv . Uilh t , j (Inuuiii r II. or.. nr.. Im4m IoM.I llw l.lll ln- -l Mirfu.i- .. hl.a.l iimM. Uv iiiil i iMHim rrai tiiinvrii.. nliii it tTfttiiT. tin- l'll. 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Ky., Thursday, Nov I I, 1920 f c I 8 f I I MM BUILDING MATERIAL FOR THE PAST FEW WEEKS. WHOLESALE PRICES IN EFFECT TODAY. I H OT ON THE LOWEST I ( I I THERE HAS BEEN A GRADUAL DECLINE IN THE WHOLESALE PRICES OF i I I I I I I I I WE WISH TO STATE TO OUR CUSTOMERS THAT WE HAVE OVERLOOKED WHAT OUR PRESENT STOCK HAS COST AND ARE SELLING I i i i i m i I I I PRICES ARE SURE TO ADVANCE LATER AS THE NEED OF HOUSES ARE GREATER THAN EVER BEFORE. : r-'-- y ! i MflU HQ a. f