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Wrll thnt wn just what m is "puttinj,' over" the Fourth It follow: Harlan Ky Eight dtys or untiring done iitnl If you will rend the ndver- Frankfort, Ky.- ,- AH Pern- - Roll Call "Our Father in Heaven has. durim? of the American Keel effort and unswerving purpose tisement of thr llnstin Tolmrcn Seed the unit vcar. blessed ms In. rlillilr.n orotic candidates for electors In Cross in the Lake Division In tin- - probe Into tho Company In this issue of the Hcronl, with pence brought result within our border1 a Kentucky won in the November dec-yo- u Ohio, Indiana and Kentucky. murder of Minn l.urn Parsons, teacher run get the firure in detail, bountiful yield from tl e mI of Moth- - tl0" majorities r: ..ging from In the Pine Mountain settlement will wrll rrmr.nhir thr crop r F.urth: ih. nmn !., r rlus jjreat hotly of workers in.. 000 to 1.000. and Ruhnid I'. Ernst. ochoot, whose Ixxly was found on n thnt uin oM on the (loom of tho ertlrs, rrgulatnl by Republican, has a mujority In the re-- include memhers of :!()() active Inu. nnd the lonrly mountain trn.' September 7. Garrard Tobacco Wnirhouse last year maintenance of our fre public In- - turns of about 1.700. t Kcd Cross ehaptcis ii. the three r... it. if s vi'ltm. .Into ...... nmny win iru you imuu wns in utitutioim, n ' Itfi.l II con- From our forefather.. " "n oniy ininocrHi'c r.moii .mis. Stlt-'- . "0S ailll KlH.S of 11 a rla rlrrm.irlnn. nn.l JrirV to it.elf. ing in the Ninth District. Morion Tav. . . ihmm.h nil th. .i,.r,.. Can you 'Ml"ior " , to the Harlan countyj roM, I'.oy Scouts, ; l0U" 01 ior, flrst )fnlocrB, Thl rompany xhe electoral vkt, wire hM nw (llnc,,,k. lhu h M . ,Verti. on not apart u Ktan.l jury umler r.,000 bond each .eij on t1P n,,,,. r, maiurity of 3.11.1, while thousands of American I.ctfion womlt'r w'y We must insist on time .f honkKivlnlr ,'ckrl' ,ia Tuci.lny , jt Very axtiuHcly throughout unil prayer, known m by Judc V. U iuli y, Korubllcan on the'men and memliers of many Ml,r SUMScrIbers pnvinjf U8 in ad- "ThankiRivlnir w' J ",""?. when tl.c cac en.leil thu im.l other lUtc. nftrmoon Day," which come at the end of the ''toral ticket, hn a majority of iM business and civic orirnnia-- 1 vunce' when our subscription I lloth are charged wilJ. Uie munler of Tl.eir ilertiempnt in verv inter- - hnrv..t.h....,B 'over (iuy Pattenon. !ait Democrntlc i if i nr..... .'i.i nvi v iI rnI .. villi r n r if mai I'liki. Miu l'aron. Iitin(r. cantainine manv fnctn of In- candidate for electci. Elliott irave i "Tim frnli,.,.. f Wc insist look at When we think of what is convict, irTt to lnr Krower( nim;nB the vnri- - mrr hn been irathi-rw-l Jamr llobmnon. another to awure u ov,'r ,'000 "emocnil.o majority tnu 'a"cI on tne wrapper on who wan arnnted n be levitiKnlu mnrkeU thrm?hut the country lairain.t the wnnU un l rnor of winter Tm" lotal ot hc head of beinK done in other places, why the utiite rcformntor nt I ranklort where the hurley tobicco I Krown.l'Thiinki.Kivinj: I),y ,hc Ucet- "emocnit .ind Jtepublicnn.j should we here in Lancaster (,,,r I,HPr Uetore it is opened U..ud by the chnrced with the cru'.- - n held tin houintr eonrlu.ively thnt the tjin- - memory of our IMirnm Fathers- wi,,1,mt yoC.S.'.S In and (Jarrard count v if..i J". lme nnl .v"' can tell easily just . . riKcrv-fiiion- ; til luter in the werl. nt which time rnt.-- mnrL.-- t .t,w.,l r ,,l .,. .1. ............... i i lDlil. .i u.... .',11 ki i y.-ir' oi roll mi u Iuhmioi- - miitnl.i.r Wlleil your timi u. to exnire. hit cn. will wu U.n by Judue hiKhe.t Bernife, lllchmond alone lend-- , tourhinir every '.enrt can all be not ond notices to U 1,1 j, ,.y , ob.n,on. wle he undoubt- - , ,. Halley. rk which is h. of home and eVildLd lrtic pntion of wo,,,. tliese loreiKIl SUbSCrihers, other edly provwl bu inmceiire, I beinir! tB,i their adverti.emi nt. It will the recollection of the loved and vn anl " c"" ''" umid that they "W before US. 1,10 llotl'Cl-- , We tfive you confident he(.l held, nt nuthorilie llU th,nkr, worth It i, the lay the wanderer re- - nru numerically en.uM to the men. Mr. William .Miller has con-'1'1,.rnink. nn.Hojt .... con eri-uKnow, more perhajw. noinrthmK you I dn't know turn., home; whin family tie., lone lh,!n t: " won"n vulw-- sented to serve ,u'r cont wuck on our lauul-tha- n as chairman ofi1'"0" be hu. already The total Democratic . . . n vote broken, nre reunited; when hungry you I Innen " . a lull . . 11.1 . 'oil Villi, ...... lie, in Iflie fn fail toit KC--.t Vour paper Thr examining trial of Or n,l i.r.i., L . ... f imua ... th Ban vincr III ml.. w,i .oviu one. Svi-. wv. e. fi i lire.; to un nlirupt oml nnd Knblrunn ranuand . the vol- - of 'Jfia.UOO '"" 'Therefore, in c"" I'" to the Union TbankrKivir.i; I ervicen will umu "as 'xP"'-'d. Tn tint K. ' ..f of our fath.r. unrt , grateful In l!H. which may be put down ax! support of the community, if Church lieveil thnt th Tfen.c ,1 Jxhau. ed1 Trert . piM-- blfrom avail- - this membership call is to be nf the watchful kindne iThnr.dy morn.ng -- t o'clock. It It. witneei tZL Slu" r I BrOWn "ur TI...... 5u mi ....o.... lu,r '.Ihrr. I do by the ''' women the pn.ent. ,e f Democrn-- ; will at i in ii ir Rh1 Llirwit but at ubmtttrd tic riM.-,votinif. Jmw,,r vpuJ ( Thu. t... ....... ... i.uu. . , in the world whj every mem- .. Mrs. Nancy Jane Ilrown age 8fi . ... .1 o'clock Attorney J'.hm. rpreent I.,.,. I l,,u" "ej.uoiir.m voir was i .ovemi.er 26. IP.'O m . . .nv of i. ...ii ' .i.. v lit f t w V HUH II iie.i at the home of her grand- mil .k,.i...i. .viv Mr VV.fini.. nun fUiire.! tho case .. i Si irao , a ... nv. ... ocr should not be Wil inir to re- r....... ,r n",ie th Jinc"ll d 're..,. ... concluded ...... ii I1"'!'"- - i l lll'lCKj .lo u- - S7 i,er r...,t ..v- -r .h in.."f -ii V.:,! now bis ur lii'i- - momh, rlih. .n.1 lUKhtr,v Kthel Ilrown Dick:., near for the defnt.e I n .L .. C1....I.. ' or ,r..0H(l ruill'MlUK (Ufa jii'iin-tn et.mn peiKl their daily bu,.nc; to cea.e when this IS dotit we w be o Kemain In an illnew of jeveral day, . .. . . Jotlt'S an Kim I thnt Dr winnn be di- tr..n, ,k..i i neero uAmm ..f vn....- - .. in k...... .. .... ...v.. prouii oi out tiarrani, ior ncr cnuied from Intlrmitic. due to her iP nr... ,,n,,,' i rTvetIt i a xnurce of miicl- gratification xide of home and the lur of their tuck- voted their ,lnu "' ..... "Ihe c.e l now coneiii'imi. n , ,h(. h(l)lt (,f friru lhnl ,le h,,vlad to jo.n together tn tmstn of fu" te Kepublican u -- nnI UI IMHO.Sl I lie ' .., 111 a long .irnwn aiu inni nn.i -- ,,.. .i,,.,,... i,,. ., ... Votl-.- l t . wiiniHiin I nai hern nbnllt fill n.r r.nl of SiaiC. U . , " ",l,"ur . ' Off, Mllllllll , thnnLfnln n Mill mittlllif 11" lO llini Women , I know both .hle nr- - tiled. From .,, i..rn !B. ,,.. ti!) ...... their strength, comm.red with rt'i ..r DroiHirtioil ... u... ..'who Iml.l. II.. -- ,ti.3 to her noniilation. tinn inurch nn.l Hail been inco early childhood. . . ... i .. l. . .. n.. i ... the fct. and evidi-- J nubmitted to r.f tl... ii. ft.:. ,u o . - 1 - rrmay mm " iu iraif un, uui win coniinue nuiiu, nna wno continue, to "c Service, were het.l in .h P,.l.v. . ..e..er m.i ... ...... . .our i.onor. (Il. . ypnr I lhl.m wh for at ,, A number of youiiK' ladies ,trinn Church in Steele, on Sunday nc. Mioui'i ur rriemi . miu .iiur.- - ii.nli.t ll...t... f il.l.- .Rorl .... have consented tc assist in this afternoon nnd the was laid to rext ney Jone. nl n .Strother ure nnuiunlly popu-- ' place. Attorney A. Floyd II) rd, of I.ex- ,rj , on, wh munltin , thcir Success.! work am' tnu drive, Which In the ccmeterj-n- t tint two children. ' . . . In....... ...I. tin,, th.. mmnnUBii Ih own . over,.fs.hc u "univct! bV should have been started " iiemonination, luit with tho. nt The Ked Croxx which wax Walter Hrown. of llraddock. North conducting the To Hold Miri-Wint- ei ,S to 8tnrt IrU,a aB given at the Schnol uditorium la.t ' . Krown. of Dover. Dakota nnd'D. Ing the Intercut, of th Pine Mountain lrrm,.nt of thp rlt). pn communit..t Saturday evening, Mr. Miller asks Missouri. larg- - of this Week. one of U lltBH nia Nll.t - till ' A I. ft II .. ,.w.r ,hI, U) ,(Ut wnsl m. Moetin In Louisville et uudlrneex that tohas everthe graced jus to please insist on the work- She wa born In Garrard County, been .aid by the defendant' coun.el, hlt, hUnya ,nkt.n nfljvt. iaft thin xplendid structure, wax decided- crj, ucjnK a tne Citizens Nil- - Kentucky, Septembr 11, 1835 and the ca.e I. now ruled. We which h.n endeared him tD the people December 29-3- 0. ly one of the inert enjoyable event. , lived here until 1007. She Warn mnr. c- - ...... however, that thi evidence nnd fact. of thl. C(inilnunt). wou(, f of the eaon. .Much credit mutt be uuiuu ilium rriuay ihui iiiiik, u ried to Greenup . Ilrown in 18fi0. .ubmltted point .'ro.gly to Dr. Win- - rrtrril rXf(.,.,jKl. to ..nrn of hi, The executive member of the Ken- - Kiven Minxes Kuth Carrier and Ilillie receive their instructions, that He ,irecee,ctl hcr to :he Kravc flft lien. We believe .un' to be the gull". leaving. turky I'rexs Asxociati n n.ct in l.oui. Sander who.e work wax untiring In the work may be done prompt-- 1 seven years ago. ty man. We ail.nl' hewevj-r- , that .! vine lait .Saturday morning and ar- - mnwnir tne pageant tho success it ly nd methodically. All it. "GrundmS1' Ilrown at she was call- certain eircum.tnnci-- t Involving Jerry, Fleetwood. '" . ranged a program for th- Itred are unexnl.i'ned. therefore takes, is a, heart and a dollar. el b " wno knew Ler. was truly a Mr- - "ml Mr About one hundred and fifty local T," Currey were Siv.ioti of the nt'ociul.on. Iiuitvllle 'good christian wompn and will he .hould be Ilirnm llrock that girl took part in the en- greatly missed. agree with Senntor cnlM t0 ,tl""' r,a 10,1 Wcdnendny was again select-- d frr '.he meeting ' recommend and V'OUri UOnvenea s)e h(i$ man. f r,enj4 nnJ reativcl tcrUinment and all icquitted them-- 1 , and the time fixed, December rumnR received a me'.age held by court. All we want and A splendid progrum hax been ar- - ",vM admirably. Should we at-- , in nnd adjoining counties, I ever wanted. U hone.t. thor- - "ou"cin: the .udden death of Mm. f Mrttirlsiv Currey'. father. Mr. Ceorge W. ranged nnd will be published in le- - tempt to name thore whotc part ,t Xg jq ough Inve.tlgatlon. rclte that lone we woulil prol.( A two weeks term of the Garrard "Grnndma" ha been summoned havr had. n,'twod. who paeil nwny at the tall Inter and ent to cvry member worv "Thi. I now believe ably have to name entire list of. Circuit Court convened here Inst across Death's river, now numbered "hter in Tula. Okln.. of the association. We do not want tM Time .hlfted no""' of hu The program as now arranged will participant. (Monday morning. wit!i Judge Charles with the countless multitude of the to ome innocent ron that Dr. "hm" hp ha'' ,H,'n "l iking hi. home Suffice to say it wa executed and A. Hnrdin on the 'ench. His has reached the place where Winne. may go free. We only want fur th'' I""1 two yerrv He wax 82 Invocation by the Ilev. Dr. Iluxxell thoroughly appreciated by the large structions to the grand jury were. life' most sacred thought are reveal-J- . '! en- the thorough InvestiL-itiu- n we deter. 'l'ar 0,11 nml Wn,lp ,,e I'irkey, llroadwny Baptist Church; audience that lent its presence. short, but impressive calling Its Thou art i;one where sorrow mined w wauld have when the trial J0''" K0Ol health. Ii extreme age " ' "id when taking .udden-h- i aiiiirexs of welcome by George K. tention to the prohibition laws in 'cannot come, vet who would call vnu wax begun. Dr. Winner may prove Allen, Louisville Convent.on and I'ub- - Community Nurse ,rk ,nl Wednexdnv morning. 'particular, which fccms to be so from that bright home above, who Innocence. Shoul I he do thi. we The body wax tnkm to Home. (In.. licity League; response by II. 11. jlUgrantly violated throughout the would have you flglit lift's battle . , want him released. At thU time. IvOing VtOOd Work. countr'- (although it would blei- - us with your however, we believe the fact point u.hrri' ,m' Interment look place lnt Cotine. Shelbyville. A discuMion of the newsprint tituatlnn by a repre. rnuoy, T,,e ',ion wi!l two. love when wo have .Ktentwined the "'V Tht. H,., fro.i Chapter of Garrard towanl him." .entative of tho Wanen Paper Com- - County i doing Heiiator llrock then nrked that the, good for our Wt't',k', in fact molt of the c,,t that fetters of morality which bind us pany, llo.ton, will follow. wK ,,c ca,,wl B,8T Uame 17 here. What a glonou.i exchange court hold Jrrry Itred nnd charge him community both In town and In the nri ,0 come Paul A. Plaschke of the Louisville rural districts through Courl wn nUiurned Tuesday heaven will be to the temptation nnd with the crime, declaring that the ' Wl'ck' the splendid What promUe. to be one of thr evidetico during the cine showed that be.t football game ot the .en.on. Times and Grover Page of The Couri. services of the Puhli;' Nurse. A re. mornlmr until next Monday. Novem-- j tribulation of this world. Sleep will entertain the visitors nort .!,.. motion Itred wa unable to lucnunt for many will be played on tlw l i,. ....i ta ... ... ber 2'Jth. theOncase of the commoa-- lJ softly, we . will come ind ireet th.-n- . ...i.. grounds with cartoons. wealth, i i of I. .K. Herron hv ami In-thing the iiay the was commit. nvl Friday aftern.ion, November A A loved one, m,,i.. i.ta f..n..... i charged with ,killing Ilobert Strange i 2lith., between the Ijincaster High i... -theater.....arty . will In',. given by school. Sh.. ....... . .. uui i iioii ny League up visits to the home. 1HS8 children ' P"siponeu unui :ne lourm nay I'alsy Kngleman Attorney F. F. Are, In n short School nnd Stanford High School, Hrown. . ., ....... i. ot me .Mann term. m,.. i....... i,,....,..! statement usked for the release of Stanford has only lost two game i.i uir ecning. ' The second day's meeting will be i,,il. h..v.. I The following constitute the juries u hit client. Hobinson. This wax ob- - tturin; the sen.on nml Ijnca.trr bus ;i. ... called to order at 10 o'clok in the class. Children Infected or suffering fur ,hU U'rm: by County Attorney J. F. loxt only one. Tihx xhculd mnke an Jected to The Concert Hand will M. II, I.ownun will talk from Jry who itkcd that Kublnson terexting contest, for Stanford ha al. morning. the follow-in,give a concert In the Park on the ... W. ...... I It. C. IJoain. It. C Clark. A. T. Huirhes. f....M.i be held n few days pending further way had a splendid term and this on "Advertising." uuini uwamv Kavanaugh, J. T. Underwood, Mose Public Square on Thursday, Nov. of The Courler-Jounia- l well chtl.lrn investigation. year Is no exception. Our locnl boys nnd The Louisville Timet Company, liwon, Cecil lleaty. K I). Cook, W. 25th. at 3::i0 P. M. Judge llallcy then announced he realize thnt they have a hard game be- Mump cases 1. March "Fall In Line" Klefer . win niinrest mo association on "The , II. llurton, J. W. Smith, J. D. Wynn, Srurlet Fever wouitl overrule the motion of the fore them, but are determined ...... . ... 2. One Step "My Helgian Hose" Tom Worri,,l t!" N""11'' J w a,,,lre- - xvi" "'U' MW' Dipthena defente and would hold Dr. Wlnnes.ay they will take t.;e aralp of the ..ii0, er, J. K. Hammond, Homer Highlnnd, Henoit w fo""w'''' uy a o.icus.ion of the to the grand jury and would also snnf.,r.i i...v. v.r., Scabies i a 3. Waltz "Let T.ie Itest of The by " K' Fwy. Aihlnnd. 1 J. II. Woods, Hoy Schooler, N. L, order tho arrest of Jerry Heed nnd crowd should see tH. pime. which Tracomn World Go Hy"-.l!- all. "f ,.he ,aM"iation Impetigo would hold him for investigation by, will be far the closest contest of the' J" ;l I'rewitt, J J. Wnlkcr Sr.. Phil Ilrown, Ilige-loI. March "Our nry Moori'' Jo,m ' ,,,llh' I,uther wl" entertained at .uncUeon In The bo.lv. Ilnliin.nn'.- r..... I... The work has been made more ef-- : . -- , . ... i -j, iiacx. ' said, he would di.pot of either Sat- "n'i nnu i.ouisviue t imes fective by having the of v.uiui, ami 5. Overture "Sw.rerity" MarnK' KUe'U f Ju,li:t' Grand Jury. urday or Monday. private physicians and school author- January 7. ... ,, ctiurt tian! Charlie Dean, Kmory Clark, It. W. When thu question of bond was decl-ireI)r. Winnex 'tie. The local Health Officer ha Kstrhlge, K. K. Kstridge, hi In- 0. Serenade "EvMing Shadows" "The Good Itoadx Quest'on" will be been especially A. II Doty, reached, Judge llalhy said 15,000 j norence after hit release and Mid he Interested in prevent- King. uy l.ieUl. ing the spread of conlag.ous diseases, D. S. Swope. J. W. Gulley, Thomas ' "1 " ' " "rei. would be the amount for both Heed believed h woiibl In rle..r...l nf 1,, Ager, Johnson K. II. Scott, II. M. Kurtx, J. " nnd Dr. U'innes. "u charge against him in January, He , ' Mler-wi- ll and ha done his full luty In this ca- Arnold, and I'. II. Cox. , 8. Selection "Southirn Melodies" pacity. The parents of wrll children A. Hlce Fifteen minute, later Dr. Winncs leave for Frankfort Wednesday Old Tune. wHI tM'k on MThs K,,,torial was released by county authorities afternoon nn-- l re.un e hV work for p'1""?"' ufi'.cimuiu ui uie protection M i i r 0. Popular Song "O 'er There"-Cohaon thu required bond, which was sign the state. their children have by removing those I ODeI TOr ed In the county juiUe'j office. I) who are infected from the schools. I Aenaior urock, wno imn heen one 10. "Star Spang'e.l llanner" 1920 To Go WilC. Jones, Dr. Winncs' attorney; Mon of the leader in the li.vextlgntloii, ThU I what the Heil Crox is doing! aOOI KOOm OellS. Herndon. roe Field, commonwealth' attorney said: "I havo no opinion to express Swinebroad, the real etate man, for darrard County. Ijitiraster is justly proud and son, Is Report. from WhitesburK; H. M. Lee. lawyer, ni inn nine regar.iii tne crime. I put another one over lait Monday Mr. K. C, Gnine. Sect. Hed Crou. uf. President Woodrow Wilson will bo should be of our splendid brass band. and George Howard, county clerk of believe, however, the Investigation temon, when he sold to J. W. Smith, awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for Their work has been highly praised, Hnrlan county, algr.cd Dr. Wlnnc' jutt completed has been n thorough of thl city, the tore room of Mr. I'J20, according to ths SweedUh not only at home, but in various bund. a could lure been and I knew It ha Gabe Walker, now uted ox a pool ContenUnent exists when WEST-I'KTR- news paper. The announcement of place where they rave furnished Reed, who m a prisoner at the con brotJtcht out fact I that heretofore room, Mie price belrjr I4C00. The used. Oils that penetrate, the Prize Committee, vict camp, will bo taken to Frankfort were unknown. At this time I want pool room fixture however, will inutic on several occasions. A good weie sl.l to Messrs os that vibrate, give power untold. not be made befora the end of crowd should turn out Thursday afand held in thu penitentiary there to express my thank ard npprecia. Stanley Herron and Walter Cox, for Get the best and see tho "difference." Novmber. ternoon mid we will sTUarantee that until the grand Jury meet in Jan. tion to the women all ovr the state $2500. Immediate possession was Watch for the "KED TKUCK." all will be highly entertained, when uary. Dr. Winnes, when released, for the deep Interest they have shown given. All the property was sold at Sold exclusively by W. S. Carrier, Corn wauted at highest market they hear the above piogram render ws Instructed to appear Ir circuit In the case." public outcry. ed. Phone 63. price. Hudson and Farnnu. LANCASTER. KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON. NOVEMBER 25. 1920. DR. WINNES AND 'OLD GOLD DOLLAR' GOVERNOR STATE'S FLLL FOURTH RED CROSS NEGRO BOTH HELD TOBACCO SEED MORROW VOTE FOR COX ROLL CALL Veterinarian Released Realizes .$1.'11 0.25 Per Issues Tlmnksirivinjr A 11 Vi Democratic Klec-Gar-rard Must Not Fall On $5,000 Hoik. At Acre. Proclamation. tors Named From Down With Her When one tells you that last year Examining Trial Culling n thr protile f the stati1,000 To 1,000 Quott. lie rrallied from ft. arrr of Intnl. to Join in prayer of thanksgiving planted In "Old Colli Dollar" tol.no. ,,m KriitlUnlc. Governor Edwin P. For Pardons Majorities. An army of more than a milr w.l. iniO.a. nti acre, you would .Morrow the Thankslion men women, hoys and tfirls Immrdintrly say, thai vn some over- giving proclamation Murder. ERNST LEAD UNDER 5,000. l.t Thur.lny. THIRTTtriKST TKAR : THE CENTRAL RECORD. NUMBIlt 3S. Subscribers Read! a mimher of subscribed, which we are pleased to have on our out-of-sta- te We have juit - -- I nwut-i- ! - - - lt ..' . 1 I ' ,,,' California, Illinois und other states in far off zones. Kvery subscriber on our .list Kets ten pounds of paper during the year. This paper costs 15 cents a pound before it is ever printed. It cots us two cents a copy to se.id the Record to New York, California and those far olf stutej, which "'"es during the year $1.01 ,,ost,1Ke "'ne; ten pounds of paper COStS IIS S1.50. mnKlIlJf . ... . , ... 1 list, many living In New York, . 'r. ..... ! iii - c' lht yu -- e pnl r ,. , '"".. s .. T-.- incre f"" ....., "" " - hnlf ce h-- t '- I hM .n "od 7K";n . '". " '' ,.., .' Iwu-niw- ,. ' - "" i- "" m n. (I f '- '"". i Lancaster - " .,, " ',., ...w.-.x- ..,.. ,,, -.. '' - .- ' , -I- ... STATE EDITORS "... frn. PaTn Splendid I'a-ea- rsei """ t . c C'J m ..,,, ,.. ,,..,. ...... 1 1 mid-wint- 1 K-- ed nl-'h- an-ha- lrc11 li "crc fnll.i rnnwl munuay. v-- " at-'e- d. f ; .r riday lo-a- g-- eri 't "t .l.i. k. f- h. .... . Free Program i ... I I --- --- ""' 1 ..', .i.... . ""rt ,. 1 T! p e'l"' ID friZe feace r To n. ' Satisfaction Prevails. O The Central Record, Lancastei , Ky.. Thursday Nov 25, 920 I rcsutar:;.-t'- Stommli'Kidiicya'li Keep tht vital orpunn ... . r;. i. . .H.v 01 01 n OK DOT 9AU1U.AU 1 Ulb A REMARKABLE RECORD. A 5.1 AUli U 1 j j ' McKOIIKRTS DRUG STORF, nrd bloJrt- - .' jin the world' fat liidney, Vf nTiil ttoublcs :t J:er, ,.nturifi:iJnJ.T r&lna. Tk Nations! il Rn.y . tf H At all U.I ic J nm C'l script l !ruuKi"t Qut- C "and fvr WUh! mile North of Lancas-iter- , Garrard County, Ky., was set on May 12th. to 18th., 1919, to OLD GOLD DOLLAR tolmc- jco. This tobacco was housed in the iioiial way from August 15th. to Sept. 5th. The crop was 'stripped out, and put on the market on the following dates: Dec. 9, 191 9,- -1 ISO pounds sold over the floors of the Garrard Tobacco Warehouse Co., acre plat of blue jrras? pod, on the place of H. V. Bastin, GUY. Mr. Henry Vnlrr ls pneumonia. Mr. Mlley lleatley lust a valuable horse hist week with indigestion. Mr. and Mrs. Marcus White have moved into their new bungalow. ! MiJil " t j ' ImlUlfcMi WOLFTKAllJ A numl.fr from hc:c were in Un-;th- e Wtcr Thursday Car Genuine Knnawha Salt. Hud. ion A-- Knrnau. Fresh car Portland Cement. iiud. sen & Farnau. Miss Jessie Itay entertained n num- of young folk Simlay. M.Mof itaynpfit Monday after- - tr EMr. and m. Huf ri Smith McMiiiian""' f Mr' M' ere E"inh Mr. Joinh Mccuiicy ha returned after a months visit with relative at Buenn Vita. Mr. and Mr. Lucas Foster and spent Sundny with Mr. and Mr. chil-ure- December pHcC.) , A f m- )0unds of OLD GOLD DOLLAR tobacco selling for age oi per nunoreo. A total of S615 pounds of OLD GOLD DOLLAR tobacco grown acres selling for .$G0S2.39, an average of .$1310.25 per acre. REMEMBER, that this remarkable record was made in spite of half fact of the crop was sold in February, 1920, when the market was off about OLD GOLD DOLLAR TOBACCO WINS FIRST PRIZES IN THE SHOW RING. GaiTai'd County Tobacco Show, opened to exhibits from everywhere, entries At tlle as of OLD GOLD TOBACCO from this crop, carried on" first premiums in every class folloWST Lancaster, Ky., for .$1041.15, averaging $SS.23. pounds over the same floor, for ,$2397v40, averaging .$91.72. Jan. S, 1920.-2(5Feb. 10. 1920, 4S20 pounds old over the floors of the Grower's Tobacco Warehouse, Lexington, Ky., for .$3243.84, averaging .$(57.30. (The market at this time being about .$25.00 off 15 'j Mr. ami Mrs. Tom Turner were Saturday. with Lancaster frit-ti- t son Fresh car Fortlnnd Cement. Ilud A Farnau. Henderson Golns, who has been very ill, is improvirg. .$(J()S2.39, an aver- - I Car Genuine Knnawha Salt. Hudson & Farnau. Mr. and Mrs. Kid linker on 5.1 of ground. have returned frm u vrU and family1 with Som-erset relatives. j that over the Mr. and Mrs Charile Tuttle spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Foley one-thir- d. j i j I I , of Bradshnw Mill. Mr. Jixhua B. Adims atul dnugh-jte- r. Mis Mary of Danville were vis- -' n Josiah McCulley. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kay and Mr. Clelan Dailey were .n Nicholasville, Thursday afternoon. Miss Wilbert Dailey pcnt a few cays last week with Mrs. Asbie Hen-cro- n near Nicholasville. Mr. West Fain and Master Clyde Fain of Hryantsvilc spent the last week-enin this vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. John Dailey and chil dren were visitor in Madison Sunday if Mr. and Mrs. Marsc Murphy. Miss Ilcrt Dailey and Mr. Karl Dailey motored to Junction City Sun day and were entertained at the home cf Miss Annio AtWn Mr. and Mn. Klijol Me.Millian. Mr. and Mrs Allen Teatcr and Mr. and Mrs, Wilbert Dailey ;ient one day re cently with Mr. and Mrs. Homer Kay Miss Maude Davis had the misfor- une of getting one of her limbs brok Her many en Saturday afternoon. friends wish her a rpeedy recovery, d ..$50.00 Best Cigarette leaf-ls- t. . .$25.00 Best Bright Leaf-l- st .$25.00 Best Trash-l- st Best Red Leaf-n- o entry' $25.00. Best 4 samples 1st WAR CREATED A WORLD-WID- E DEMAND FOR CIGARETTES. All oth r N'nw iivm. are In t or ili main! at low unci Tobacco manufacturer are p.iliving high prices f r cigarette tobacco. lowing table, taker, from the March 2.1th.. 1920. Issue of "Tobacco" published in New York City, in which The reason for this i shown by the the consumption of t.garcttcs may be compared to the decrase In manufactured toli.icco and little fip" ami u jirncti- the remarkable increase in cally stationary record lor cigars. The statistics of the United Stairs Department uf internal Kev Report of Hurley Tobacao Satei For The Season 1919-192inur, for the past ten years, show a marked decreased consumption of tobacco for Cigars, Small Clears and Manufactured Tobacic and a Ire. Compiled by R. M. Barker Tobacco Co. Inc. Carrolltnn, Ky., And mendout increase for CIGARETTES. Published In "Tobacco" July IS. 1920. -- itors here Thursday. Mrs C. il. Henry ard children were recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. John Henry nf Fall Lick r.ad Mrs. James returned Thursday 'from Louisville where she visited Mr. j and Mrs. Martin Adams. Mr. aid Mrs. W. A. Carson of recently of Mr. .Stanford, were gui-st- s ami Mrs. Ilnnotn IMphery. ' t' Master llerchel agmn M after . (iridlt-r- V ntls is ut home wsth Mesdames A. and Italph I.ngswrth. a wit e S tt a 5 B St 55 E4 .u Si v. 3 r.V. T Z 5 'S. 7,r7.'-MU.hfiS Mrs. Abe Il'irton spent from Sat. unlay until Monday in Madison with Her son, her mother, Mrs. Lnyton. accompanied her Mr. Phill House home for a few days visit. Mr. and Mm. Wilb.-r- t Dailey enter tained Sunday Mr. tnd Mrs. W. T, Moberley, Mr and Mrs. Hugh Mober-ae- y and little daughter, Mrs Carl Moberley and little daughter, Mr. and Mr. Ottis StotU and little daughter. And still, bascbal would right if it were all r'ght. be all In these .days brains arc an asset, hut brawn is a money getter. Hut these, professor, are the days when higher education means lower W- When a felow gets rch quick the next thing he wants to do is to get richer quicker. Time, tides and rai'ruad train wait for no nun, but bill collectors i nd vamps do. No, it is not always a misfortune to be born a fool Charlie Chap-!,- n that's all. Forget your troubles three hour tach day.and in time you will wonder what has become of them. A fellow get n lot of sport out of Keeping tab on his neighbors until they begin to keep tab on him. 9 17,ri37,:if,0 7,390.1h3,170 950,i:iU,520 8.200.770.593 l47,rtlr.9rtl 7.7K4.300.1 f0 3!,10l.73S.:il(l 7!S.5'J9.8L,;J 7,110.877.000 370.959.091 These remarkable figures show conclusively the reason why CIGARETTE tobaccoes are in such active demand at HIGH PRICES. A word to the wise is suficient The wis grower will meet this !emapd. and reap a GOLDEN HARVEST by raising OLD GOLD DOLLAR TOBACCO. OLD GOLDEN DOLLAR i a thoroughbred tobacco, ur.d it the result of a number of ycors of breeding nnd selection to , roduce a fine CIGARETTE tobacco of bright, golden color and line tcviurc, nnd yet of sutficient vigor to produce pounds enough to make its culture really worth while. do REMEMDER that I'lugs do not win horse races. li.zor-back- s l ot toil the hog market. Neither do common, ordinary tobacco seed produce CIGARETTE tobacco. There are some tobaccoes that may produce more pounds than OLD GOLDEN DOLLAR,- but these are heavy, red tobaccoes and are mtircly unfitted for CIGARETTE purposes. They are in ;.oor demand at low prices. There are some tobaccoes that may average as high er pound as OLD GOLD DOLLAR, but these arc light, chatfy tobacce that produce fewer pounds per acre. THE SUPREME TEST OF ALL TOBACCOrS: S The true test of any tobacco is not POUNDS PER ACRE, or Judged by this test, PER POUND, but DOLLARS PER ACRE. OLD GOLD DOLLAR stands supreme. ORDERS FOR SEED. Orders for OLD GOLD DOLLAR tobacco seed will b fillued in the order in which they are received. Should our supply of OLD GOLD DOLLAR seed become exhausted, before your order is r ached, your n.oney will be returned to you. Positively no substitution will be made. must accompany all orders. If you expect Checks or money-orderto grow a crop of tobacco next year, now is the lime to put in your order. DON'T WAIT. PRICE OF SEEDi Is $2.50 per ounce; The price of OLD GOLD DOLLAR tobacco h-5 or more ounces at $2.00 per ounce, by mail past puid. Send all orders to 191C 1910 1011 1912 1913 1914 1915 1917 1918 1919 43i.,79S,0S5 3SO.794.fi73 404.362.fi20 393,75.1 4(5 412.505,213 402.171,245 417.235.92H 7.251.U04,fiMl 7.25C.390.303 7,t.99.0S7.5 13 7.0r..!t3l.9f 1,075.460.499 I,22.1.l9L'.:i3 1.03S.77(.lfl0 i.oafi.79:i.ooo 172.'-,63,'JS0 1.093,72fi,b00 7,70.832.230 7.03S. 122.323 445.703.200 417.047,509 I. 294.95.471 U;.427,0ht;,01t, 75ll.179.973 2i.OS7.r.77.077 30,539. 193.53S 3r..959.334.S01 I I. '.J5t.35t.722 high-grad- e DOL-LAR- s Kichmnmi, Madison County, Ky , LANCASTER, Garrard County. Ky., Danville, lloyle County, Ky . Johnson City, Washington Co., Tenn.. ilardinsburg. llreckenridge County, Hy Pans, Bourbon County, Ky , Lexington, Fayette. County. Ky., Winchester, Clark County, Ky Ilarrodsburg. Mercer County. Ky Greenville, Green County. Ky., Weston, Cuunt, Missouri Springfield, Washington County, Ky., . . Lebanon. Marion County, Ky., County, W. Va Hurricane. Bloomfield, Nelson County, Ky Cynthanna, Harrison County, Ky., Frankfort, Franklin County, Ky Dearborn, County, Mo Burksville, Cumberland County, Ky., Huntington, County. W. a Taylorsville, Spencer County, Ky Carlisle, N'icnoliM County, Ky., Aurora, County. Ky., Shclbyvillc. Shelbv County. Ky Carrollton, C arroll County, Ky I'lrasureville, Henry County. Ky., Eminence, Henry County. Ky., Ilipley, Brown County. Ohio, Louisvdle, Jetfersun County, Ky Covington, Kenton County, Ky. Mt. Sterling. Montgomery County. Ky Madison Jefferson County. Ind., West I'nion, Adams County. Ohio Ouensboro, Daviess County. Ky., Dry Uidge, Grant County, Ky., Walton. Boone County. Ky., Maysville, Mason County, Ky Falmouth, Pendleton County, Ky Sanders, Carroll County, Ky., dlencoe, dalletin County. Ky. Flemmlngsburg, Fleming County, Ky. iinnmstown, iirnnt County, Ky.,... Augusta, Bracken County, Ky., . . Greensburg, Greene County, K., Brooksvillv, Bracken County, Ky., Gallatin, Stiniiner IVun.y. Tenn. Vine Crave. IUrd.il Ccunt, Ky., .Munfordsville. Hart County, Ky Hodgenville, l.arue Count. Ky Horse Cave, Hurt County, Ky (ieorgetown. Brown County, Ohio, Peebles, Adams County, Ohio, Vanceburg, Lewis County. Ky., Glasgow, Barren County, Ky., Cloverport, llreckenridge County. Ky., Klizabethtown. Hurdin County Ky., Liverinore, .McLean County, Ky , Bowling (ireen, Warren County. Ky , Henderson, Henderson County, Ky , . 0,V.t74ri 4,003,09s H. 793.090 I. lhS.000 2.736,975 11.971.210 140 4 1 SO ,45.21 45 l;! 00 93 41.02 4.1 tw.101.7r: 43 10 (..IS7.01 I 2,1 10,313 4.0S7.705 2.0 I.OOc.170 4.120.420 2.79,50 1.4JS.740 41.07 10.26 39 50 39-3- !!.& .10. 19 35 26 :t:t 339 7 9.00S780 6,0lh,900 77t;.hft0 275,077 9.073.205 900,0h5 7,541.110 11.051.033 2.1 33 71 33.07 82.h5 32.79 32.50 32.23 2.227.146 Sl.t 29. ib 29 11 Mk .MIii- - Vantts was the attractive guest Wrdni-sda.f Measlrinies Car-- 1 rtt- llavidsun and Wtliam Sutttrn. Me4lme Wm SuM- - and Carrie Davidx.n spent Fn.biy n cl't with Mr. and Mr iuy Davidsin. uf Ijinraster. Mr and Mrs Wm. Clark ami Mas-,te- r Karl Clark uf the Lexington road I spent Sundn) uith Mr and Mrs. Ward and Mrs C It Henry Mr and Mrs Henry Tuttle and Mim Datsir lEunells wrre visitors Stindit, of Mr and Mrs A N. Merida land Mr and Mrs. Simon Tankersley. Mers HttKt.m lVlphrey, J. II. j and tun, I.llr motored to Stanford for the day recently and wrre Motors' of Mr. and Mrs. Win Canon. Mr and Mrs. Ww. Walker were 5unday guests of Mr and Mrs. Itoy Prathrr. of M'Criar). Mrs. Prother y J i Mil-'Io- n 9,lh6.0H who has ha. I pneumunsa is 3,?S2.7in 27.ioi.sifr. a9.fco,i ft!. 00 iKC.i .' 50 JT-M- at ..I5 this time. Mr (ireen ..Miss Pnrt'r: and ilnughter. d 2.717 UK) 0. 100 .605 5,905 64" 1.70:t.69;. 2,169.405 1.110,465 20 M 20 35 26.09 25.02 24.59 21.20 21.14 21.14 22.21 22.15 21 93 21.00 21.12 21.37 21.23 Mary, Mr. Alfred l'ynl-- r and Mestlames little nn. Calvin viriti-Milton Ward ami C. It Henry Fri 19.009. 115 4.43.196 1,8I0,K?5 2S2 3,0M.5H 1. day afternoon. Mr and Mrs. Wm. Gr gg had for their Sunday guest Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Smith. Misses !rumu and l.ula Smith, of Pleasant Hill and Mr. and i.Mrs. Robert Yater. Mr and Mr Mar cur White entertained with a charming dinner Friday, the following: Mednmr Mlley Bearley and Jnmcs Ynntis, Misses 'Anna May and I.Ida Brbaddus. 1.129.0l 1,441,708 4,27I.O0 M0.2tC a77.0 :i.2.mu .'0.72 20.25 19.77 I.IS7.I01I VJO.SrO SS2S4I0 1.9S l.i 00 6.OI0.777 2JJTV.096 5(10,060 tirg.OMn lt.75 !!.('. 19 or. SOUR STOMACH INDIGESTION 7.075.701 l.0.'9,M'. 1,323, 534 1 IS 27 Jc t'O 17 :. 17 1 lh 75 09 4j,"0' JS 50" 15 75 ' 7J 12 90 12 14 ndford's 1'oliUccl writers in the daily press have assumed the task of construct ing u cabinet for tr-- nest president And It can hardly be termed "love's labor lost." A lot of people can say that they were also mention- Bastin Tobacco Seed Company PLEASE POST GUNN'S CHAPEL. 100-yar- d Highly Recommended by a Tcnuewce Croccr for Troubles Resulting from Torpid Clack-Draug- L'vcr. Thf efficNVhtlll. Tenn iency of Thedford's the recutne, herb, liver medicine, li Touched for by Mr. V. N. Parson, a rrocar df this city. "It I without doubt tho Uit liver medicine, nnd I don't believe I could get along without It. I take It for tour stomach, head-nchbad liver, Indismtlon, and all other trouble that aro thu result o( ft torpid liver. "I have known and used It for year, and ran and da highly rccummcni! It ,0 t'vrlr une- - ' to bcl with K out It In tho house. It will do all It claim to do. I can't say enough for Blaek-Dratish- t, LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. 220-yard nt yt . ed, TREES TREES FUUIT AND SUADH TKKES IU.OOMING SIIKUHS (JUAPK VINES KVKKGKKKXS PERENNIALS KlIUHAKi; HOSES HEDGE ETC. KKEE ILLUSTRATED NO AGENTS. CATA-LO- H. F. HILLENNEYER & SONS LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY. Mr, V A. Lear of Ijincuster pur- Lancaster, Nov, 11th, excelling in A town that is w. ing 1, it chased two truck loa ' cf hogs from the unit worth trading In. Hoi v town boo.Mrs. II. M. Kurtz was ill with a Mrs. I.ole N'enl, I.urai Foster ami dashes. ter will keep this full tn ir.,nd whin doing their Christmas shopp.ng. others Inst week tit II its. cold last week. The club will have II regular rficet- Mrs. Frank Bogie it a guest of Mrs. Mr .and Mrs. Walktr Locker. Mr. e K ut Buckeye School Friday No woman of spirit want a man Josiah McCulley. Murphy u.id 'ittle daughter, noon nl ;;jof Miss Inez Itay will whom other women d. not admire. Muster Billie Kurtz Is suffering Messrs Joe Burton nnd Heather Mur- - )RVe charge of the meeting. A y She would have no opportunity to were in Nicholasville Monday. from sore throat. turc will be awarded 'o the rooirfhnv. cruw. suffer,,l mol mcther pnsent at each Mr. Lucas Foster lias been Mr. and Mrs. Har.-eTenter ami ing from tonsilitls. family and Mr .Hugh Noel motored meeting, They move rapidly when they move! 1,1 ' Mr. mid Mr. I.uias Foster and to Nelson County where they were at all down in Mexico. General Obregon was recently dieted pres. children were guest of Mr. and Mrs. guests of Mr .and Mrs. Geo. Tenter from Friday until Suiday. jident, anil now the opposition want Josiah McCulley Sun lay. tu unseat him befor be is seated. Mr, and Mrs. J. IL Sparks and Mr. Mesdames Irvine Simpson, Itay Spark spet.t Sunduy with mom! Davis. Mr. Itobcrt Davis, Misses Clarence People who fly high don't always . .rt'tMlf liwn o.S Mr and Mr. Jesse Carey. Thelma Simpson, ll"ululi May, and huve wirgs. Davi Huzel were guest of Mrs. and sons Mr. and Mm. Hiram In New York high. society it is Own l brMr t,ti''-j- f I9 n were guest of Mr .and Mrs. Kobt. Nora May and family in Wilmore wher considered quite Immodest to ex ' Huni uf rut ov l tif Sunday. Davis of Jessamine Sunday. tirrUi A filth ( pose un ear to the public gate. But our Mn bit r Mr. Tom Price, one of our Quite a number H'tended the in Try ll do not object to this hurmles. mti i teresting program rendered at the vice men wa winner of three prizes craze. Short stockings and bare' Buckeye High School Fr'day evening. in the Armistice Day Ctlebratlon ut STOJtMKS DJU'G STOKK '.cm are much more to their liking.' after-Charlipic-ph- r' '"'' IfMany other men and women throughout tho country have found Black-Draug- sl tit' ex-se- (wili ' Just a Mr Parson describe valuabto In regulating tho Ilvcr to it normal function, oud lu cleansing the bowel of Impurltle. t Tbedford ltrcr modi-meclM If Ibu orlclnal and only Rtnulne, Accept tio Imitation or luUtltutrt. Alway ak for Tbidford', Blacu-Draunh- n s mvtmm I j Wholesale Prices Have Gone Down and so Have Ours p i i I $50. SUITS AND OVERCOATS $38.75 '33.75 Our Entire Stock of Quality Clothes S22.50 BOYS MI Medicine Price SUITS AND The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Nov 25. 1920 WM S40. SUITS AND OVERCOATS X J $45. SUITS AND OVERCOATS Medicine Price 1 Medicine Price I 29.75 at S15.00 BOYS SUITS AND I I Cut Prices. I I OVERCOATS Medicine Price S20.00 BOYS SUITS AND OVERCOATS Medicine Price OVERCOATS Medicine Price 175 I I I H5J5 '1U5 We are not overstocked, but we are going to sell what we have. These Prices For Cash Only. House of Lancaster, Quality. Kentucky. Jas. week in l.nyti n W. xpemlim; a Thelma with Mi m d Smith hi mon- Mr. Frank Land. wmi ha been in had health fur steme time i improv-- i Lucy Turner MU ai the recent f i tr slowly. .MhIIIo nnil Kthel M.itor uf Mm Mm Thelma Simpun and Mr. Tom llnrnc. Price were dinner yuot Sunday of Mr Charlie Tuttle returned Thur- - Mm Allene McCulley trip to MOKK KICII KI'.O UI.OOO NKKDKU'.iny hlKn, frum a i,uine Mr. ami Mr. Har-io- n Davi and Harbours ville. chihlren were entertrined Sumlny by You Th C$ ,r,.lo Mr. .. T Ktc. of Utrhmond. wa Mr and Mr. Jame Uind. the guest Sunday of i son. Harry Mr and Mr. Kliin'i Mi.Milium and T.cUr Your Daily Work To D. Kice. i:.i on spent the week-cuwith Mr and With Vior. Mrs. Carrie iivtdon i;snt the past Mrv Phillip McMillian. of Danville. week-enwith Mr. and in Ijinent n Mr. Tom McMill an wa in tin ' day If ynu Mt at a on n Mr, (iuy DnviiUon vicinity lat week .. tit.i: Metdameo office, whether you are lurched Mr. and Mr. Itahert Yater spent Homer Kay and Klijah McMillian. high stool r loo'ed in at: uph4tcred Yuu Simdu) with Mr and Mr Wm. .Smith i inactive Mr. and Mr. Carl Mnberiey and chair, your bodv dnughter were Sunda; cumtt of Mr. can't get much fresh air and outdoor of the Poor Hldgo ri id. Mr. and Mr. Wm Crisis ami two and Mr. Andrew Cltrk. of Madfeon. exercise. Your blood ht ome oor. little daughter attended church SunYou look pale ami (eel weak. Mr. anil Mr. Iluxh Mohcrlcy and day A M. at I'loavnt Hilt. The ureal tonic. IVpt Mangim. little dnuuhter were the pleaMint Mr. and Mr. Hubert what you need for awhile. It make spent guest Sunday of Mr and Mr. Hnrve It tctote your vital the week-enrich, re.l Mool at lluti.eye, the guest Teater. Your cotor come back. energyof Mr. and Mr. Lee llrown. Mr and Mr. Wilbert Dailey and When your blood i good, full of Mr IV II. 'I'm tor ami daughter. son spent Saturday mcht and Sunday re.l corpuscle, you a.e better able to Mio Malimio and St'iry were Sun- with Mr nml Mr Hu'.ter Kavi. Mr. dieae. You go nbout your day visitor of Mr. and Mr. Charlie and Mr, trv in Su pon and son. ilaily work with the opium of good Tuttle. Messr Vetcr Price s nd Porter Par- health. Mr. and Mm. J. - Yarns had for on were their cin. Sunday. how nut ice Try tltwir HuHday vuulor Mimm Anna you Improve. Mae and Uda Hroiidiiii, of the Mungnn u old in both lupnd I'epto rwnl. jin.l tablet form. Take either kind Miii. Miley HvaiJey in.' Joseprefer. Ituth lave the same you ure you phine and Mi Oorof-- llMiiley were medicinal viiIuh. Hut m PERCHED ON HIGH STOOL IN OFFICE Many A Hrain Is Trying Hsicum Pelphrey and Uay Mr and Mr were with jincater friend WcdncsMim Ilert Dailey la Cracks at Creation. Why envy thj man who ey? It Un't all your Ti Work Thin ith Weak, Blood. (' Mr d Hubert afternoon a vlitor Wheeler Wm HlK fih are like liii: offender. They are easy to hook but hard to lund. W. 0. RIGNEY. Funeral Lancaster, ' Christmas tiring. ;oy to many a heart, and the bill, brii z many a Kroan. Director and Embalmer. Mnn Hllh Office Phone 18. Resilience I'hone 33. probably call it hootch because the name is on a par with most of the stuff. They We Kentucky. lk ' over again. ping early. jut tiwply nave to say it all Do yotit Chn-tina- s shop- Honit toil i a en :it 'o any man Hut some people are opi oscd to the crwlit system. doctor dlm-re- e they look n lot uf I Attn and charge it up to the patient. When wie. ipiote Foot Ball STANFORD HIGH SCHOOL vs LANCASTER HIGH SCHOOL In this jrwit land of ihc free mot people ar slnvo.i in oc. form or another. Doetoi-- What' youra? t reit Pcpto-.Miing- ii tell u thai ki'fini; And it generally I it is the other fellow's wife. when Itich-muu- d twl, list. .MU Maud Divi k improving at Iluy your smokcles shell at Conn thiit writing. llro. ft. in per box Th Ntiint Knie.ljr i Fl jtUn.l f r Mr. ami Mrs. W. T. Meberley vi. fnluiiundnlminltiy Qu n WiPisl. Mr. ami Mr. Milton Want were shopper in Ijincastcr Friday. itel relative Sunday. min. At ll druKRistf. th'' i:tu imt !( n.m CU .r. k i. Mr. Henry Yate", who has pneuMr. and Mr. Kaymond l)aU have monia is slowly improving. been on the nek In'. When doctor ai:rej to disacree Mr. Willium lturnc lolil a calf to Iluy your mokele.u (hell at Conn we human bee in tu wonder which Mr. William (irigg for It'J.UU. Hro. 11.15 per box the doctor. Com wanted at ulghtst market Corn wunted at luulieit market one price. Hudson and Furnau. price. HuiUon and Fnrnau. Hitting the pipe U a duiiKi'rou Mr. nml Mr. Hobeit Yatcr vilted Matter Clay McCulley ipent Hun practice with mot people. Hut it Mr and Mrm. Henry Yater Thursday. auy nlKht with Mnittnt Joe nml Rol doem't bother the plumber. 1 Satimlay k'Utttt of Mi Matilda gel the genuine "Gude'a." The full name. "Cude'ii Culltm and Wm. Kun.-- r. should be on the Mr. and Mr. Mar.-White, and package, (Advertisement ) children, Mr. and Mr. Miley lleazle and baby ami Mih Dorothy lloutley spriit h'unday w'th lr. Jhn llroaU GUY. dtu, uf Hyattville. Mr. (ienrge Naylur Ixu itMeumouia. Mr. Win. Wiilker i on the nick WOLF TRAIL. Pepti-.Mangnn wlx-ne Pepto-Mangnn- " WATCH THE BIG 4 Stomach' Kicfncys-fivarLivvr Kix:j! thj vital ornans healthy by t- Kneruy and will ac- comidksh irreat thini! wl.cn they have will power to spur them alonir. Of course, if you are in uffitunt frame of mind you uiiuht drop a chunk of eoal in the ClirMma stock. ink'. j The old rivals are to meet again in Nu woman ha a vry ich opinion regularly takinu the wotld'f standof a Iw- sakiriod tuii, (specially if ard remedy fot kidney, liver, he happens to be iiiioritiK hus bladder and uric acid troubles a-'-r ' Kind. GOLD MEDAL Lancaster, November 26th AT And titl, there it a certain similarity between a pipe organ and a cotf pipe. lt takes wind to make em no. It i'etn, now ever. tHt there U never anything nev any mure. A ooon a it h.mpen "everybody told you o." A writer of note ha stated that the state of Texas, U!in.T intensive cultivation, could produce enough foodstuffs U ied t!ie world. Good a far a it goes. .'Jul how about the drinks? 3 P. M. Both teams have had a suc- cessful season. Lancaster has lost but one game, Stanford has lost two. Comeand seethe home team make it three. Tho Central Record. Lancastei , Ky., Thursday Nov 25, 1920 IT WAS Mr. A "WOODEN WEDDING" Straight and I'inr Ami Mi.i Oaki, Marrird, Go To Hickory To Sri Mm. Shlnile (Special Norfolk, Va Pi.pntch In the New York V.'nr ,' ) When Mbw Ada Oa.es i'.iuirhter of Mr .and Mm. J. C O.ikes f Washing-ton- , N. C, became the hn'e of Wnl-tTine, of S.llbur, N (' , recently it proved to lie R:1 nnuunl mar- or riage. The pair decided ti hn.e n "wood-e- n wedding." Everybody thnt took a leading part in the ccr nony hnil n name like i tre. For 't.stancc Walter Pine The groom Mtij Ailn Onkcs The bride Itolu t I Hirch The lifjt nmn Arn:i l.ee laurel The bridesmaid T Wood The preocher. .lie.. 0 The ceremony fer e.l nt Washington, N. C. anil mime the the couple "wooden tluvor" rumple went to Hickory, N. V tit spend a week with he tiride.'gr urn's mint. Mm. K. W. gh'nglc w-- GREAT REDUCTION OF Crooked fly CF.CILLE LANCDON I NMMtMMIMMMMNIW III! Ur.l.tn Ntaipair t'iln I criiulne illmse It bnd two well trnwrnil tbor bnd been oiilifnri" I'Ub The lift cn.liil Strnlcht xtreet frmu time tttorlnl nnd m nplly s deluniiteil, tin-ii- ....... .t rn.-- When .Mill k'nidiinted f lltu- - liHinlel lulu n III.- from J Itrniu litiik' nfT from It wn what hnd mere cow path, No Irtiii uritiiiinlly effort uni iiinde to iititaiiuli- - Its slim of the mltlti The broad, far etteiidlnij strict cnlbil nntiirnlly termed Sim'shl, It wn 'nuked street Ai time went mi nnd they rlKinceil the tnilin- KM-the l Hi llrptaltie HMUlie, hill the old and eiell the iMitiiSer Keilerulbiii erj often lulled It by It" "Id Imine. I wh" prnbaMy mere clrcmmlaiice pn-cl- e oiplt r tin- stii, i t ,, ' V i'k'ed ViriKUi lllnlr u StrHlKht Hie lhriMilifnre wai reKpft-n- t , n't l le n of n rlnirarter thnt It oim Ii MH einlrelitmfit. n'. n-r- r ' I, fl Hie t I i ike Mne tn i.i'H ll.nl MeHHe dad lmeer. tlHtt dritt-i- ' tr-t- III.Matched Pair. l' I oil-.-- 'r'kel liMe lllHlljMle-It l . idWfl - - "A short tetner ntnl a lone bend rarely go toKethcr." Forbes Mags-tine- . It' I Jud Tunklns. "Happiness." Mill Jud Tunklns, "tins to be cranked up, but troubto nlwnys has n " I ll Sufficient Ccue Jlmmlc's teacher nkiil lilin why l.e "Nobody wn Inte. and he replied waked up, 'call!' H- - i etip tell Id Hie rlock didn't ring" Time's Revenge A woman fn- mny be Iter fortune but the Me dlfferettcv l Hint lnteml of compounding ln.-re- i years In ir ic'im en by It ! 1 J. f.Mllnl u ImrtMr tlMt Milt Imd deei'Ht ritm them lb- - Msiw4 t luli n 1'itwii ..f . ill li and etrtti-Meii- t uhst f were the like Hi ' lumt'in' srtmBil of tin- f driiiklHK Ih-i- tli Msel Hi nk E. DICKEESON AND SON I I it j '.,,!,, .e I p'se t.. .. f i it I tf i I,i- I ttt lilm that the h n He tieii-- i lli. Iilefitsll) I. iii hf i .M...lg (WW . Slll'l wl ItH llklll nut Mielj til III illi- -t . i.l . i t Saturday, Nov. 27th, WE WILL OFFER TO THE PUBLIC OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF MERCHANDISE AT A GREATLY REDUCED PRICE. AS WE ONLY HAVE A LIMITED STOCK ON HAND YOU WILL HAVE TO COME EARLY TO GET SOME OF THESE WONDERFUL BAR. GAINS. THIS IS NOT A MAKE BELIEVE SALE AS YOU WILL SEE FROM SOME OF THE FEW BARGAINS WHICH WE HAVE LISTED cent jrinirhams at 50 cent outinjrs at . . S3. 50 silks at .10 -- "mir u 1 Roller? for Flat Feet. A Chicago doctor says that Hat feet should he rolled regularly, and be bai devised rollers of different forms on rhleh the foot l eierclsed. n.H .1 r i I i iii.) Virin.ti lllnlr I r si tlie tWe .f tti . stnMtkiitMeilt. lllnlr tmil . t .1 In mlM nii.l fullUralt) kill Hi- - ImhI lMtiet :. , 'i.. ii... .f ,i i future nnd when he Ml - wi"i I , l.in llwrroii be fan. Iwfuri' 14m. m ' . t ,i 'iihum when be li"irili"i t I...rinwnt hrgf life" nf H' th-- tfe wn tlixr I nt the the mtin .snwi wat i lulrtlttfi-- l to Mi. iv 'mil l.c-t' iiiiitual ttifml nml nlil v . l , i t, , , ..t rliiii n ''r . i Slamtie Headresa. of Slnmi'e notilemen Hint It t. ml straight liHlr length Hulr henii The It . rr frli v v iif.ri.tin l..l Hr.-i- I.l4n, Imd n her (nml- fel- - wie inn 1 I ii - r ,i'i.l I ...i- rtiiiitlai:. : nw-nig- o 'i urn! i linlf. '. r a i, M t trnliieil I ..- -. Hat Hat "Don't let the wife die nf lockjaw," niItImm n corn-curmlvertUiimcnt, nnd "Wot chnnce. wot ehnnci-7monm Tommy Mack.--ThHome Sector. " e ti it a' lift Mil with utMHt NUtl hHi' ilsy nt the iwn tirt In a ritnH 'lie fiin-i- . lnre. Pi n-- l the llarih. "Sa far irn hi '' i lliirn' elrl ) ti are wfld 1.. nnt, I iln't think her ,r Hi k i riH", Good Advice. forty he should forget how old he Is, and up to tho time he Is forty he iihould forget how young tie the Meshes. After n man renches . . 29 centsi . . Crepc-de-chin- e Capital Crime In China. Ttio rolihery of graves Is the only crime for which under Chinese Inw the thief may be killed on the spot by anyone discovering him In the net. Otherwise All Right. snys that A prnmtni'iit e Itilnvntniiii wnmnn's hereiHim sins are envy, clut'niiv. nloii.v nnd revenge. we presume, Outside nf thiit she the nncel we l aw nlwnjs liked to picture her. l!iitoti livening TrnnscrlPL htzl-lie- l, Wife at Min'i Discipline. Wife nnd children are n kind nf of humanity, nnd single men, thnuch they may tie many time moro rhnrltnble, because their means nr lens exlinuiteil, yet on the other aide, , they are more cruel nnd bemuse their tenderness It not so often called upon. From "The lNuys of FnincN Itscnn." o SOUR STOMACH $10.68 ... $9.68 "53375 $60.00 dress at $8.68 50.00 dress at . $2775 $38.75 dross at . . $7.68 $22.75 So.OO shoes at .25.00 dress at . $17.75 $3.98 We will close Thursday md Fridav to prepare for the sale. TERMS CASH. $65.00 Tricolette dress at . . $5.50 comforts at ... $6.00 comforts at SS.25 comforts at 9.25 comforts at $125.00 suits at :1 00.00 suits at .SS5.00 suits at S65.00 suits at $50.00 suits at $35.00 suits at $125.00 coats at $100.00 coats at $S5.00 coats at $65.00 coats at S'50.00 coats at 35.00 coats at 7.00 blankets per pair.. . - . ... . 29 cents. 22.50 waist at $2.29 $Ks.0() waist at $4.98 $16.00 waist at $3.98 15.00 waist at $4.68 $6.29 12.50 waist at $7.98 $1 1.75 waist at $86.50 SI ().()() waist at mn and Georgette Waist $13.98 $12.69 SI 1.39 fo r Ii ti rnr ' ir much of HVnlr'i a a letter I train .tr frlettil nf titlie In HtHptt That will he ir i he ti.li-rat- nlil I e nf'rr " nt the. H'4!et'l Sow then, ntnmt hli Hie v rterr." pltln rnuln at i Waist at voile waist at lac 7? 42"0U voile waist al $33 50 voile waist at $26.50 voile waist at $86!50 $67.75 $'1.00 silk hose at -" $.du s.;) I ,r)0 0 $9.98 $8.25 $7.79 S6.98 $5.98 I; -- Ve iri 'i ii I r, Vii TriiiitT. na tntnuferriil in eparttiteat lat weeVr WV m ktiiin ttuil Utile f leaie tlir in ntnl h ti. ike tt.iin i ( V i ft I will tie In n imtddle, tnlliic i In ilellt erliami all - it c!eer ni the) Pretty iii Illalr's de-- i Iik ret to Neil. I'lr i iiielertandT' aM-nteil SI. 19 UH r ' 'r, , r,-1 , HnirlMii)iid tiei;riilj:e fi-- $149 . . . - at.') I aas'l mke n(T whrii I a t I i - nr. " n the linn . .$59.50 $3.00 silk hose at $45.25' Si 'SI ,o cc.nt 'ir-00 children's Hose at h(,0ri - $1.89 $1.98 $3.29 $2.69 .39 .', Uler tn the 'rnril.i.ill ln kit".' '" r i c 1 ' Ir - h l,.ii,l.., lt.M-a.ire in t.. ' (( $39 75 ... at 1;Ur shoes at $1 1.25 shoes at 10.25 shoes at .00 shoes at $".98 . li r'.t.'I . i t'i nnit 'iiig ii i . i..Hr, it t tiMitk art rnhllr nnl UIm In- - nMMIeHHtil "f VefMMM Iitttl. (miN the nerilre tbe iarnt nf Ml Mill evidaiMtkm nf M a iMttmrdlMite 'i,.inii mI r v I I i i t 'i riiiii l. tr iiiHH- - Mllli n fr..in ibal tnwti - nmtlrwiil a Mr akMl .Mr. Ilaar-(nr H h'tter ttatt Thl ytMins Irnlj ImiiI l.e-l.'- it immrtieit. but I .'i. 'i I' i . ''in i r iii .11. ii,r fur ' .'ins: Hli lUalr a rain 'he hWe :t - f t nrrir i '' t ,'...,it .ixt.Hn ulim an itrlirii iitm. lb- - elila nHleiimlillit i4ns TherHorrTs Highly B!ac!.: Recomxenticd by a Tennessee Grocer for Tri.r ,!es Rt suiting ft Liver. J. E. Dickerson LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. hi-r- Sl Son Tui-wluy- 'Tuesday for their M"v home in I n Mih l.uln K.i) Scitt who atteni Icinnntt. college III (ieorttetewn. spent the v ith her p.irents. Mr. .mil .Mr. II. II. Scott spent week-enj WedniTMlny nftt rn i with their. I Mm. doe Hamilton and miii. Him cue. and Mm. I. II. Ituble were hp-ptrmother. in Niehtilasville j Mr. ami Mr. Ilowurd Lane pHt invitation were the Mi( Mr. S. F. Wilson ai.d mih Silas, LSumbiy with Mr. ! Mw. Ky McWhorter and I louden and and Mr. Clarence were shop WilliHnw. Jlwirn llinrt-rt- . Todd arid ItnbtiiN. pern in ll.irrodnhua' Satunhiy. Uy fritiits ar yjkul to knuw Mr. II. Ituble t Im . ;ht Mrs. Lu K'isK v abW to b last week C. from M' A. Miwr Hack, IHJKNA VISTA J. j out a win. alto Home from Spili-- Ijine. Kuue i 1W0 and Jidin Mr. James llrleky u able to In- - at MUt Mjrtlo It u hie Hunday hippvd a virtoad f Ittin home with his parents, after lieini: with her mother. at the D.uwille llo.pital for tome .Mr, lien Naylor c in Lancnitrr ' , Utile William I. Putin anil sinter time-'I'lmrnday i(iipin. JKmily Ann, Jre visiiiac llietr irrand-- ; .Mrs. Nannie Jenr.iiiKs and Mis Mr. Clarence Ituble wan in liurcin p&rints thi week. Sun were in Lnneniter Friday to Saturday on buMnin. j Mr. Walfurd IIoki bad the mis spend the day with Mr. and Mrs. Mr. KuKne Ituble win in Danville . fertune to break hit writ Sunday Harold Scott. Monday on builne. 'while crnnkinir his car. dajs. Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Scott and Mr. Thedford's liver medi- Hucknir for .Mr. .Winnie I.ane Is viiitlnc in Mr. W. K. Ituble bjUKht some )wk and Mrs. Harold Scj;t nf Unciuter cine Is tho original and only genuine. severul was for A younj: lady Accept no Imitations or substitute. days, in the interest of britiKiiiK " Harrodtburtr this week. from Hon Askins ami alo lome from were the quests of Mr. Fletclni-Iluble- , Always aik for Thedford's. W. Krot left Iluffus lion of Wllmore. Mr. and Mm. ! Sunday. It is hop- M chautauqua next summer. ai! that we m lie fuccefful it here, in Miss Kdra IV.'ierw . l nterta.ne.. at her home on l.tinca. ti i pike Turn-daeveninir in the f irm of a cHiMiy pulling. Thoe HeceptiHi; Mi s y Kd-na'Mr-ant, East Naihvlllc Tenn The efficiency of Tbcd.'ord'a H!aci- - Draught, tho PAINT LICK rcnultic. herb, liver medicine, Is vouched for by Mr. W. N, Parsons, a J. M. Mutciilf, of Stanford ws procer of this city. "It Is without Friday. doubt tho best liver medicine, nnd I Mr. Davi- - Harvey imdif ti husint'a! don't bellcvo I could get along without trip to Cincinnati lnt week. It. I take It for sour stomach, headbeen Miiw Mary Mite W'tlker ha ache, bad liver, Indlgoatlon, and all tciuhiiii; at the Matiix School the pait other troubles that aro tho result of week. torpid liver. Mr and Mrs. It. O. Voods nnd Mr. "I havo known ond used It for years, and can and do highly recommend It Itobt. J. Walker spent Saturday in to every one. won't bo to bed with- I.exitiKton. out it In the house, it will do all It Kd. an I Win ItaUtim made their claims to do. 1 can't say enough for weekly viait to I'omi'm Kingdom hut It." Thurnduy nlk'ht- Many other men nnd women throughllev. C. A. Vim Winkle, of llerwa, out the country havo found was a dinner jtucst Friday of Mr. and as Mr l'arsons describes Juit Mrs. W. C. Wynn. valuable In regulating tho liver to Mr. Jim Kucker, of Lexington has Its normal functions, and In cleansing been with hi mother, Mrs. Sara tho bowels of Impurities. 1 Dlaclc-Drauglllaclc-Draus- el b. d r !Mrr neiiiimt ike riirb. 'I1h-n iMftiare frwti I.i'l4' tke lad nt Nil 1'r iir Ir. h II. .it Im-- Mini pimrll w" nml l kir )Hi(Mtli) I pi t'f .! Hi an irilMtiil Im)' bud It mum. I In tier mm llnlne. I ir it week -Veil wn Bliell t'tMler ' I I I'ltig f.iri- lij- Hie ItHrrnuo fHWl Iv II Inliirlei were iHlte erliH Im i he nun I.h rnplilly He waa I" in miHlid elialr mi the (mrrh when he nntlrist I.eiMfl cnjlnc ' pliiitnicrnph. tier e)i-- s lirliiiiiilni: l wllh team 'I In. of the pieHire nt n xlanii- - he knew to he Ver I ii in Itlalr. The better nature nf Neil ntlrre.1 A Hi- hill tit Mt reenlleil the 4nl nraln-- 1 HUIr In which he had been In diieid tn nrt. lie knew nbnut the fale tetter lie hnd mine tn Idolise thee new friends wlin bnd dnni an much for him. ".Ml Itiirrima." lie spoke, " haie done )ini nnd Mr lllnlr n treat Will uii help inn rlKht wrotiB. And then the whole story en me nut It pre.etited Ned In no nulnble llchl "Hut I'm willing to suffer If I hae. to," he declared plucklly, "My partj I will freely confess. All I say nbnut tin letter I will prnve." It look only n few data fur I.eliln to strnliihten out tho tangle thnt threntened to destroy her hnpplnev nd that of Veinon lllnlr. Quietly Mnssey una discharged, ns qtlletlv ninlr was reinstated. Tlie plotter for pnrts unknown. Ills vlrllur won th brldo of whom he was truly worthy. i.i.-.-- .l iv it. iii n m ta hne .Imrtdy. A illrertty down In nfcxl t. i.i.lt 1 etii.in - urn-il.i- nrlu-lim- - -- 11 Itr The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, Nov 25, 1920 WHEAT HARVESTED IN flBfBT ill a cinch I' figure why to ALL Work PARTSOF WORLD ttr Pin Money VICTOR REDCLIFFF. v . i'-ii- ESS I in United States Begins Late in Month of May. c - m t w,.iHr id. n . i According to Dtpartment of Agncul. lure 36 Per Cent of Crop It Gain, (red In July, 25 lo Auguit and 15 In June, V'Hlcr Hit' eoltdltlntiw prctiilllntf nt tin1 Vtrtl wnr, Xi per f the world' wheal rr ui hitneMnl In Jill)'. 2ft KT (lilt III Alli;il"t. l.'i T rent In Jwie. 7 mt rent In April, . rent In .laiiunry, I per rent In May. n mt t'ftit cnh In Miirrli iiml her, 2 per ei'flt III cptclllhcr. T ii'iit In IVhrtiury, ii in I iiiiiiIi li4 llinn I IT relit Hll III Ul'tnlltT iiimI Vtl vihiIht. 'I In wheat lniri'i of Hior I I may ! ri'ii:iriliil n hcxiiittliii: In I iiitiiiIiit In Sniitli Auiorlri. n Ai ii -Her ici 'Irc!unlulit ,iti t ;.iy ! h'H unl ci,r)li'Kly In I' lillt we lire nut K.lttC In Im' Ihti nl .;,. nml I ...ti't like to tliUU of Mwi; Pri-Iioniilirul plrlf nlmi" in to iiiitic " fho wnrM in tl .i...i,pr- .(ft (.mini iv," mi 11 iitiicri.f n), :rt a MM haul la Ik. qu.nnalt Munl'iSal.. . .. tfh ,It , Ml '.V" t Iir.lm.nu ft,n lMirSK itnrvrc Kafi.td( V" r.Uk "'t lw " 'J "f TODAY. rtto iff ST0RMES DRUG STORE. ayHp SPBBSSSSBPKljSPH. pr flBSHRlslSS "In otln'r niitnitt"! pf.if Unl .Mr "j m w.MiM likr tn Ahu mnrrliil."' "AimI Mttliil iluutt nii'l liHppy wl'li 'lr.(f. ot," will jir CARDS, ((((( innilnii l ""lllll . M i in. Itii-cm1 n liiil.tnl ulxi !M for her in ly ilmi l Ikhh iIhbi'. tin nnli-ti- t !( Inr rii'l mti' Vc, fnitik M. S. loiirt lli of my -' c Iiikp tint Ktoo. In "U'HI. i DENTIST kt wny, Hint wm (m' tint nli'orttpil Offlco nk to tlm iMrlniint "f Iht wi to Th ip)Hiriuiilty nml Phonal Offic 5. mi clrl' rli ilir. of tin lilts tlw rlalit Inter nt.il LANCASTER. ini-TH- liif HATFIELD or Garrard Hank. Raiidenca 37G, KENTUCKY You should know why Camels arc so unusual, so refreshing, so satisfying. First, quality second. Camels expert blend of choice Turkish and choice Domestic tobaccos which you'll certainly prefer to cither kind smoked straight I Cornels blend mokes possible that wonderful mellow mildness yet Jill tho desirable bjdy is there I And, Camels never tire your taste! You'll appreciate Camels freedom from any unpleasant cigaretty aftertaste or unpleasant ciguretty odor 1 IiiiiIkiihI. Tmtli l li' lmc I t Iioihi'. Iut ctcti. Iwppy life Il)t.t worry. lln rlslit w will runic iiloiu: wlii'll fait' Tri'tor wni In fnlrly rotn only, dllt tin 'iirlitl.tr rlrrimitnli Ili flto." J.J.Byrne Exclusive. Optometrist DANVILLE, -- 3 KENTUCKY. Oppoiite Gilcher Hotel. wii n i iktiiI fntnrlti wltli tn li;hfr Slio luiil liuriifl timl iii'iiiiiititnti(-i'4- . Iti lift- - liy tin. Imppy On tin1 roulrnr). In-- r i f for family iIihhI hlcli ".x-liill- nml Ahn V.V. n Arlinuion. OfTica llouri 8 to 12 and t to S p.m. riTt o.tMH.II. h In tliU fiiiltiri' ' liillri it trnlv .'Miitlfiil nml nttrnrtril Ifitnix n !" Hio tl,i' if tin- ninth". Mjrnti Willmr l pHTtl of tlirlr ill in if "ft, .ikTu'iilil.- - tn Imtli of th. yimti: hUNERAL DIRECTOR ' illi' nrrcptnlili- - n Htlicr. lull tonil n tn llii' ilinlri. In- - wmiM iimki" OMr ()v rr National Hank, l nulil llmt Imppy iu'tlnii nri(. I'honc 3 Ot!:ce I'honc 2" w ititl It w H Ili lnotlnT iiiihii of In Iiml n (Miiitinn mul ho Iiml inm I.ANCASTEI!. KY. of Ahn nml oiiii- - into tlio ll i '! "rln frliml. IIIhih'Ik prt r ! t.' HK-In- J. A. Beaziev !tirino M. I'.'iim In lilin n In n hhv l UiHt "liomtl i HiHt hi't of nil otlii-r- " For your own satisfaction compare C unlets puff by puff with any cigarette in the world at any price ! 'lltil Here illlii'iiiiii. iiiirilil liy J. PATRICK, Kentuck Stacking Wheit In Oregon. Ni'w ZihIhihI iiimI Soii'lt .frl-Hitlntiliitf tliroiiEli Jmnmrt IikIIii 'nnliilt inline In IM.rimr t lln'ti Ih'kiih nml ltnTi'i- - In lliroiieli .March hihI April. In April lllirtl"tllli: llTlltlIM Irtnrtl' III "Hrll umitrli n l'iriN AIh .Mlimr. mikI In .Mn.v Hrillv i fur tlirti tin" IimIIiiii luirtixt Iih Ihh-i- i .iImkiI if IHplilrll. himI tl Iwrv.xt iH win l rnltK tti. MilltifniiKUti fmiii imrtli Afrti-- in uHithorn tMtr!""! iri'iM'tHl ili iMif In Mny iIh- until Jiiih' f tin1 I'llltwl Stti liivltl. l .llllll hImmii T July nnil m ht hi "f Ciii R. mt poM mivh.r. tt t rWtAt-- Up- ft m30 14 N. C. "iilli, "M'" Arlltitoii 'i"l hihI ri'tllnil." oll lilm "Imt lii. I ImitiTily only. - ("In. cltiirin'iie. Iil niotliiT Iiml pructlinlly n I think Ml-- " ft, which I" mi ncn .toll urn III loo Iioiiiinil "l. TriinrIi.iii tiikon. PuinlLick. j. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO, Wuuteo.SW Kin0 Mii r Tlii- , w ' r" V ' ruler 'i llcnre ll. '...i iih.1 i" rill at l,o ' ...n What Dream. Mean ., ,f T,, ,tr, ,,, ....ith li.nrti. r. i.c and will .mi tllnmnml. "leto'lc" ..i,ii ureal ... 'i- thcl) . f n. ii !... r ............ i.....r .int.. motley; IpK.l.". J.Mi mBt,r har.Milp".-'iiM-a- i: .Urrel ntiil honor; i.iiiiiiiii-.uiu IM,Mt i,ii. with Atiierlratu Spirit of Srrvlee Needed ninii i it iivi-- t'Ml.i It nil. n'l-l- . if he mi iJirh h.. M " Hint .mi I tpolil of well ! Itm I..- w"l in ter l It well if he Mm I t Hint itiimliiNtnl ly ! lie IHt of eriee tlu To ii-- .ic !' l.''iml. - nt -- !,' li'iif liHr.' tlic irlil' tli-- rrrp In -- A .SPLENDID AND HOME, mi priiLTi'-xiiii' ilurlnc ini.iilli". lmnrtiMl. tln tinillh in. riliMnl It St'iitiMiiliiT I linMi,t plt'ti-l- . 7 Acres Land AT Public Auction TWO O'CLOCK P. M. K. Saturday, Nov. 27th P. Grow, in .sigiii ami ant house. In splendid neighborhood-- G miles from Lancaster. ..... 1.4 l n The proptM'ty of Garrard Buckeye pike Right at Teatersville. Fronts on pike, with nice yard and plenty of fruit. . That rich SANDSTONE TOBACCO LAND. Two-stor- y seven room dwelling, garage, smoke house and poultry house. Four room frame County, on Lancaster and, tn ilnnnti nil uiiocciipliil tori' lir nwniil. Then ln ntnl (In1 clrl frlotul rluhlii"! tntfi'tlior tn make It prrvnt-nlilIt un nml Invltliii. current SLIDING DOOR ON CONCRETE riiinnr whi'ii t tic "limlo" wi'rc ilnwn wri'k ihnt u nwrnll party wa for Iowa Farmer Solve Problem by Ui. In ti pmcrii" In MiTft. nml Hint lh Crpov- -, Anchored Ing Channel In , tin- - rnmiifli'il iliHtirntltiK With Rodi. rliwip tnlih'" mailt- - ht'imtiful ami thf :iticnil tiiti' nml t'losnnro tlnnlly Whfii n "llillni: ili"ir l iiiil nt the itiliioii"triitiil wrrt1 iltto nlily tn tltt "IiihI iitrnmv of it Imm or iti'llv l.liml VlTortu nf tho prrtty Ernup. ariMii hi'twi'.'ti tho ttiNir mul tin1 Mvrou Willmr miioiis: tin- - tlrnt ipproarh a snide for to ilriitiU. 'llii- often ii(h b" little lviii of a plno. l hn ilix.r. Hut when eoiierete i Tlif imiliitloii" jtiimi; hiilli'K were liN miMnirtlnn l not "ul"fiirlnr.v. la. .v..t..l.lir.- - It... .(.a.rlt.. i.f (li.tlr .' " " ll... ."lL--arc .hlpiH-t- l on: l.y tl... mtllli.. ,, tll(. ,,laiv . lieelt tif wueeii" and other mnrhliiory i.itnili'il Into ii impulnr nict'lltii plnct; Ith "teel tire". for Im'!iu anil l.i'llf" nml l.ivan tn "mIviiI this An (own farmer lm It mint fxrolli'ilt illntit-rs- . roMem In n ery "Imple nml MitSfiH'. tlip tlilnl thiy lifter tho tea mom hail H ,.., nry mnmier ., i ". niitnii n "ir-fonriwmiHl (haitnel Imn In the ,nf(. )( lN, M(l) nw , lol,".wer..rlll.HllirUK . the side" nl .. lltr,. ,...... fr..,fll of ... .,.., ........ , Ilit.nnl of twneet nml rod" plare.l through them tn erve a nnelmr". me Hike ii part In tliU vi lit tiro." "lie The Iron protect" the ennrrele mid , ,.i.,P..,i form" a MHo.itlsn.le for the tlm.r. t' w.lltllr... Br:m. ' "iirri't"!" reenti" n tiioni" of pride "w.mv. "Vou inne our PROPER ROOST FOR PULLETS We hall he i rhiinee linw. Illaiiehe. 1,1 ll!,lf '"' l,,,,,r' (!o '"' When About Half Matured Provide I ,"1' ( '" ' " M"" " Platform for Fowla About Eloht. .... 1.... "I"""" IHIIIO". ten Inchei From Floor. "I tliin't fiiucy tiieiilnl work like d..ere. llhinrhe loftily "Ahn. Noier provide r.M."t" until the pul-- ! I tel. nr.. uIhuiI Itnlr nmltireil. A sikhI '""'I ' ' cnlllerr There :i" n trltle of rntiallnc. hut phut I In haw a dHlfnmi creeled. Itl""-!'prevailed. She waa llldee-- l IIH lie, fr.Ull the tln.tr. ' llhout at iilaht. I '"' "Hmcthe n.l.lemlum (ti the place. iiH.n uhl. h Ihey may l,,, "r,, " mMv for After the IdnU are nhmit half m.v l)r'u" a" !'. Iirlalit par ttinil. rotwt" enn he phic.il on ihU ten- -' plnlform. tn wl.l.h will rea.llly Hcnlnr Mar nf the falnxy nf pretty t pleasure tu " take. Where pullet" are enmpclletl In' M "I""" Hut llhinrhe muM not rc"Nt the ...,m ....It ,.r..i. .1... h.-- ... c In-lwom-workma'-lilni'i . ii Srollnnil. iirtliiTti mil Sllwrln. tln I'iiIIinI Stiifr nml t'HnHilu luivlns n llltli- Iff! iivit frm Aiu-ti- t Wry lltflo linri'tlnc of urlitwt l Intii' In lii'toliiT nml NoxotnlMT. llil--l- iMrntlii ri' nmtly mm In tin. twii joiine linllr. If "I'rloii". Myron, stmly Imth will. I like n lm tiioo thnt Ml Tn-tn- r She hn tnrtiil iimiiciimtiHl riwntly ti ten riMiui Thi'y mil It n pin mutiny tirnpotioti iiinone her nmliltloii" Catli slnwlns srimp of hi'l'p. hut It m'N xiiitipti' for ihni In Imml'liT i.Imtc n iniikf tin- - hi"t nf llf' thoy run In it prHctlmt wny." The liti'n of u tearoom hml not Iioiii orlfliml with Alvp. Slic Iiml ri'.nl In InMiT of It" nilnptlnti hy n lnii" nlil "ocli'ty In mint her city. Tin en- 'Tprl.i' liiul Im'. u plmcil iimiii n liitl mIt Ih to tl haul Mrlrtly. iii"plnjment nml rtirnuniccuirlit of untnc MMr n Inc rimt nml wait-rcit d.-"i- itlU I oril.il Or. Printus Pnnn Walker Da or 317 VETERINARIAN. Anivred Promptly Honaker Fine Cut Flowers. M. John McRoberts. Alvn hml matiil n rlrh oM rixlili-n- t N. L. PREWin Auctioneer SATISFACTION GUARANTKED. Lancftster. Ky., R. F. D. No. U POSTED The undersigned hereby give warn. nut to trespass upon tu all jur lands for any purpose whatever is we will proiccute all offenders to Huntthe fullest extent of pie law. ers and fishermen cipeclally take Wi s ,,.,,,,, r- "no ,. ,, m i,ii,.. ... ,,., notice. 11. L. Etkm, Mrs. Cora Phillips, Mrs. Emma Daniels, It. L. Arnold. Mrs. Sarah J. V. Uackley. Mrs. Emma Hijririnbotham. Kdd and X. IS. Urice. S. C. Kiesby. 0. AI. Anderson. "I M R. L. Marker B. I., Kclley. J. C. Itissby. Mrs. Victoria Anderson, Thompson and Tracy W. T. Kinir I clhl'n " ' c !""": in.-e- from church. ..'!. 01 nines i 4t. me uraiieu . -- l .1 o .i ocnooi ai isucKeye .1. I 1 Public School min' ... anu one-na- n i ii. mue i living on. one to the "HIGH DOLLAR." Will be sold on easy terms and for possession January 1st., 1921. Y, DON'T FORGET THE NOV. 27th. AT 2 O'CLOCK. Sale conducted by DATE-SATURDA- Mere is a chance to buy a nice home with enough ground to make a You will seldom find one like this for sale. Mr. Grow has bought other property and has directed mo to sell this SWINEBROAD, The Real Estate Man LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. ,Vnf1,, . ' reilllre It. the dropplns" are I'hsui.il up friend In a feier of Jealou.y ner unle dally, rno.tlmr on the llnor will miii her wile" cMTteil In Inllllenre the at hrctsl n tut nf red mite" which will tenllnn nf llielr rhieu Iniert. Myron 12 torment the "lock more than iiuthln: Willmr, rtiiulns In twlc that day, wit nf n med it true .reentiitlononly In vain, fl"C prir iiriitlt'lHl helm: i lug the ndmlnillnti of "elf MARKET FOR PUREBRED SIRES He wltliccl, ton, the kindly effort nf Aha, Itilllalltu tun poor slrls a One Method Is to Inaugurate a Cam. wallre-.emure than nhnrlni; the palgn for High. Clan Dulls In For tht Treatment of O work to lie diiue, and he tnhl hU ninth Tulvrculoii'i Place of Scrub. er of hi linprelnn, The fntnetl lea Malnulnrd lyt'e l.oulnlUc room wim clnnlns ll diKir fur the JOi.utlonfor There are twn wny" of li'lplnfi the reienliiK. when. perhni" tiurpiwely, lie the aJctmate tiratmc.t tl tulcr. market for purclire.1 hull", line tiicth ki"ih it tn tijme face tn face wild lit.ii culotii in ell ll tti&i lre ml W In put nu purehre.l Aim. nu. Kates J15.C3 per nctl, In. which will help in put pure MVe have Jut tleclsre.1 a dividend, clujing lioatd, mtOkal attention, hred liulU In plaiv nf vnih hillM he t linlt.il Jnynualy, "All lintut want bundry, etc Mlsh Rfound com- llirouchoiit the rnunlry, mul the other their pin money o honestly inriml. nt.n.tlm. ..(l.nlllft l(Y. Drl!rht. method i tn iti"trnte the iMx.rvr hut llrft we tloiiat.il llfly per rent of ful luiroundlntri. SpctLlrateifor mid place only the Letter clnx the prntlta to a wtnthy iharlly." ll- -. lJJI.mium!II.trttui.il nf hull" on the market. Itolh niclhodi trJ Myron saw her home. U.fffl At the l"itt t tn C4f. lb M r.m lit run he umiI tn K'l nilmnlnte hy the cartlen sate, under the twlnkfliii: atant il ill", i, lltU; Ai iniri hr.il men, and Imth tndhols will hi kled her fur the first time, for hei the live stock production of Ue he had made hit cliA.e tud wua P rnni.1" when they ". A rum-pnleti- "" '"" rTS"tT"i S iBiSiiii Hazelwoodl Sanatorium nil 11 coiiiitrjr. f Mii iTrrrrsm The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday. Nov 25 1920. pHltKDI 3 BSC Sausage iiills PRESSES 8 Too Much Of ABnrlThin. I I LARD BUTCHER KNIVES LARD CANS behind closed doors. Thirst I n miRhty thhiK to buck, it jrrips you, ant When ii follow bu. an auto- tours you, and demands insist ontly that it bo quenched. mobile ho oxpoi'tx to And witter, somo say is some plojiHiiro from its use. i i i " uiiwiiwinciory is ,a j vcr Hut the foar of theft ('(iiitiiiiml burden nn his minil. J"tltlltt. iimtitll- Vos. holllO IS a It,. n..v,.r know ulmt ninriiine--l ' PPy Inilil of ours, ' In. will fin.) Ills irnnii?.. omntv. or when his car will be "lifted" and the brilliancy of its invon tivo faculties is never dimmed. on the street. Perhaps that is why they That is becntisi our laws are call it "home brew." not adequate and our courts aro in many cases lenient. Automobile thievery has G. O. P. TO HAVE multiplied nt an 293 IN HOUSE rate, and few of the crooks aro over brought to jttstire. Even when caught thej are too fre- Party Will Show Net quently lot olF with a nominal d ' nsto-.indiii- MMsWtMMslMsMsMssi GENUINE KANAWHA SALT. Best for Curing Meat, Ask for Kanawha. 1 OBELISK Tbc BhwlRikbon Prtmnn FUtr. Notice the Difftiencc. Try a Sack Today. KcclcHnedNorthcrn Seed Rye, Clover and TlinothySeed, White Sweet Clever. CremoJDalrylFeedlwIll make your Cow give more milk. Horse and Mule Feed. What wo need is a law makit a penitentiary nlfenso to rn steal a car, and with generous reward to any p rson furnish mg information that leads to MANY VETERANS DEFEATED the apprehension and convic l Wa' .nnton llurcau tion of an offender. Washlncttm. Nov. 20-- - It almost wc a i i "i i Hetween the reward and the took mi export mitUicnatU'inn to add "pen" the lucrative occupation up the inrreaed Itepublicnn majority i of stealing cars otild not ap m the House. Now that party will ii 1' peal so strongly to the gentry have to vwirk out imc intricate prob lems to division in older to kii the who are now uorl.ing it to per- 3S minority membeis representation Handle With Care. fection. The Central Record committees with on the memlter more 1.50 out anuKninc an Issued We.klr. Too much 'ittention cannot Y.r. work than Pajrablo in Advanc. Jolting The Crooks. committee may take be ran ordibo paid to the proper training It "lore than of the children of thiJ. E. ROBINSON. Editor. Good days are ahead for nary aritbmetie to solve the problem. ing MEAT SAWS lino. Gain Of 61 Members While Democrats Lose 52 Ballards Kentucky Farm Feed. Mixed Feed. Barley. Ground Bran. Conn Brothers. Fresh Car Portland Cement, Lime, Sand Rock, Common and Pressed Brick Courier-Journa- vf nh pt ivc cm iii ni iii - J) Farnau Hudson 8b 26. Telephone Close Game. The 1 sixty-thre- e iircom-phh- . R. I. EI.KIN, Local Editor and Mgr. tioual sport. .Matter. Judge Kenesaw .Mountain jurist, Landis. fearles fedo-Lancaster, Ky., Nortmber 25, 1920 is the new czar o the baseball world, with annual salary of Member Kentucky Press Association $42,500, without interfering with his judicial duties. THF. AMERICAN PRESS ASSOCIATION With Judge Landis in absolute control the public will Kales For Political Announce meats. again repose sublime faith and For Prcehict and City Offices. .$5.00 l he cm Ul "s entitled to ..,.,. i........ i .i,.. .... ..r 111V 10.00 For County Offices ill UIV ill MIV. Ul .i... health, to an acute conception Sj,ort For State and District Offices. .15.00 .10 of right and wrong, and to the For Calls, per line am, eenn bo. It 'wiu l)e For Cards, per Hoc .... . .10 cultivation ot perseverance. calWl, 1umlis ah ,,f is l)0th of hims ror all publications in the interforbearance and mercy. in. lm.,ei No ma t.ver est of individuals or expresith these attPbrtes freely flueilce or cnoul,h t(, ,novo sion of Individual views, per 10 inculcated in its mind, body ,,!m fmm line .05 and heart, it will no stray far ed to be just and right. Obituaries, jier line .. it p oa it. loroKicien pawi oi mo. uie hga a kimi am, Th(, lcw ..... Of Course Why Not? No person is nornw without liVmil!1,i1,.,: ht.nrt fltr country t?ood health, and the great fortunate, and he dearly loves The women of th'3 are among the best dressed of achievements of the world are little children. Hut to profesaccomplished by normal men sional crooks and vi! doers he their sex in the world. is probably the greatest terror There may be other countries! and women. From the day of its birth the who ever sat upon the federal where more extreme rtyles are' be a prime con- - bench. used and where more spectacu- - health should Long live the baseball and lar appearance is noticeable, f,it,crat,on ,fort th" eMil- - ,,d there should be no relaxation Landis. r, i. ,, nun ';un iiu ut'ii; i& .t.. iiii'tu iu i. uiu watchfulness from found a more refined elegance !" tow b,rth t0' maturity. in ,lr...it...n nmnnv tl... Atnnrf Naughty Member. The other attributes follow That can women. ' Tongues often run with ; This applies to rich and poor in their natural sequence, and the lessons are better under- - people, and sometimes they do alike. know when to stop. In many of the foreign coun- stood and more freely assimil- not The dashing manager of a ated because of a healthy state tries women of the poorer boify. fashionable hotel in a great city classes do not preserve the of mind and allowed his tongue o become same neatness of inexpensive indiscreet whvn an opera singsimplicity that we find among They Would But er claimed there vn an error the less fortunate of our own They Can't. in her bill. land. Japanese statesmen seem to His unruly memb.-- r applied With a very few exceptions, be peeved. If they to which the American woman is natur- in their present frame continue certain epithets not her in the use of mind gentlemen do ally neat in her dress and perthey may eventually become presence of ladier. sonal appearence. She cannot vexed. A jury awarded nor .i000 be anything else. Sloppiness The Japs are detei mined to damages, is foreign to her nature. equal-- ' The manager didn't have the The cheapest kind of u dress secure racial and social ity with us Americans. They live thousand, is invariably worn with a grace very persistent, and even Now he is in jail, and the which is an inherent peculiar- are intimate unpleasant conscqu- - singer is paying the county ity of our femininity. Possibly our freedom from ences if we don't cpen the door $:i.50 a week foi his board, and invite them in. She is happy, and hopes she the old world caste has someHut most people in this coun-- i will be permitted to continue thing to do with it. Wo have no blooded aristo- try have other views. We are' her "charity" for an indefinite cracy, and we ha.'e no peasan- in tile habit of choosing our as-- period. in- An unruly ongue i a naugh-vit- e try. Every woman has a legit- sociates, especially when we them into family circle ty thing to have. It is about imate right to consider herself holy of holies, 'mortal as would be the split an good as any oth'.r woman, the American We are perfectly willing to tongue of a serpent, though one may be reveling in exchange At least without the rtve the lap of luxury and the other Japanese. commodities with the That is trade. thousand. sutfering the pinch of poverty. Hut we are not willing to exThu woman who skimps to change daughter:!. That is a Closed Doors. make both ends meit today matter too close to our hearts may be the wife o a president Necessity, we are told, s the to let policy interfere with our a few years hence. mother of invention. It may judgment. The door of hope .stands We wish them well, and they be. open to every American wom- have our irood will in all mater-- h t,lut us 11 m'. tnt; to begets pride, and tal things that-aran, and hope wise and "'''''O' tH fi,it'urt; ,,noiit' ,ms pride demands neatiuss, cleanverted many a family cellar or de-- 1 basement into a home brewery. liness and purity. Hut much as they may In dross, as in. all other de- sire it, they cannot have our Old recipes have been dug up, new ones have homi studied sirable traits, the American daughters. And racial. and social equal- out, and the wor.f. of brewing woman has few equals and no superiors. ity means nothing else. the home drink goes merrily on al Entered nt the Post Office in LanMail caster, Ky., as Second-Clas- s ine man or womun it tumorrow. There aro few exceptions to this rule. Giving the child an education, a good suit, a few dollars and sending it out into the world to battle for existence will not su trice. IV rents owe a more sacred duty U their .i ns.sinecniK.oii.uay.sojs,,, i ! . ... i . sum in luisi'h.'ill. ,,riKhtly upon the -I UL'.-i- - ,. ,,.. ? 1 ,,. ' I w tdmeil tne crack team Itepubllruii majority from llichm.-nThe on tie local grounds in the next lloilte nnd the defeat of last Friday evening sad defeatd the numerous veteran in that body will gentlemen from Mad on by the core complication in the f 7 , brine nn iinu-u("onj:re, meludinK this Capt. HolticlovCs blue and red war- eonfusion in committee assignments nor were at their height throughout. to the minority game and plaed foot ball from d Anderson at cn4 Final returns ind.rate that the the begining to the end. n'ayosl excellent boll betag In every Demot-ratwill have only LIS mem One of the most pecluuir pla bers while the ItepuMictma wilt have pulled this enon wa when "Itattle" PlJ. Moore. Aianoif ami i.ruicuuwti JU.1 in the next lonirrtM. iswkie wre tnere wui ine g The other Cox playing safety f r the local n- ami Karnaugh were iti four of the t .t . members include one reived the punt from Covington of while Socolnt. one Indrpcr Jent, and onu the Visitor and ran it back for a every nla at Cuar.1 Thw was one Independent lteptlblican touchdown, then he won hi wn,f the bet game f the season. The Republicans have mnde a net member while the gain of sixty-onSo Democrats have lost llfty-twiREPORT OF THE CONDITION must IVmocrata Of Th the remaining louble up" nnd attempt to brinn NATIONAL BANK fair muioritv representation about No, M'J3. House committees. cm sixty-thre- e OF I.ASTXSTKIt. KENTCCKY. AT Member of the Ways and Mean Committee have but thu one commitTHE CLOSE OF BUSINESS ON NOVEMHER la. 1120. UESOUKCES. tee aicnment. Members of the Ju t!i t l.tiSS. 10 5u.tiri.i'j Uiuns and discounts. diciary, Appropriations, Milhtary Af n s.s i Its.HJ fair. and Naval Affairs Committees Overdrafts. ecured. none. unsecure.L value I (C S pwr ao.ooo.oo Depoltei to secure ctmulation are kept so busy thrt they have no Owned and unplelge 77.l7.lH time for other committee work. So U7.rtl7 00 Total C. S liot eminent securities S. bonds (But includSecurities, other than I'. the majority party I facing the pro 22.STJ.40 ing stocks) owned ami unpledged. . . . . position of eithir invini: the minority Total bonds, securities, etc. other tban 11. S, members of these important commitIteserve Hank cftO per cent of Stock of Federal tee more work or nssicninit more .1,000,00 subscription) o.uoo.oo to the ther I onicres Value of banking house, owned and u iiHCUntWresl committees rt.ooo.oo Equity in banking house men. 1,000,00 Furniture and Fixtures .. There has ben no uch prcpotulerlawful reserve with Federal Itosvrve llank ai.oixaif. ;jnfi in party representation in near Cash in vault and net amount due from Nal ly thirty years since the tional Hanks !sOJrrJ.IK S0.HTS.I2 Total of Items 12. M, 1 . IS. and Irt. torii:ros whe. the Democrats f on me in on a landslid. At that time Checks on bank located ouUtsle of city sir tw Jt78,rtU reporting hank ami oUter casn ittusM. the House mcnihorthip was smaller Itedemptlon fund with V. S. Treasurer. de frsisst apf wer. The and its committees U.90 I. S. Treasurer. Interest earneil but not collected- - artproxUMIe portionment of sevrril hundred comon Note nnd Hill receivable Mt tatlve mittee place amoni. slightly more than 100 Democrats entitled to re Total H.;,i..7a presentation on sixt) three commitI.IAHII.ITIHS, tee is a task without precedent. Capital Stock puid in 50,000.00 At present the lliuie comprises Surplus Fund i mo Cepubllrans, ISM Democrat, two Undivided profits I.e current expense, interest, ami luxe fsakL J,isis. 11 .MW.oO independents and one Prohibitionist. Interest ami discount collected or cresnt.Nl in adThere are eight vncrncie. Apporvance of maturity and m earnest- - aiprxlnsnt) IOT.0 tionment of committee place was not Amount reserved for taxos accrues. . Circulating notes outstanding Itl.f.OOJIO difficult in tlii somewhat evenly balNet amounts due to national tmnks anced House. Certltied checks outstanding lTfc.OO The Ways and Mem Committee Individual deposit subject to check. now consists of tweniy-tlvmumber (other tHnnhaitk deiwssils) Total of demand deposits subject to llrserve. Hem .13. 31. Sft, 34, St, Dfteun It publican and ten Demoand :i 'ii,5J.T crats. Other nipor.nt commutes, including Appropriation. Hanking Total and Currency, Foreign Affairs, Merchant Marine, Judiciary ami Millitary STATE OF KENTUCKY. COUNTY OF OAltKAICD, SSj I, S. C. Denny. Cashier of above ivawe.1 bank, do solemnly swwir Affair and Naval Airairs, are made tlmt the above statement k true the the to lnt of my know lodge nnd bsjlief. iiiemlnr- - -- thirteen tip of twenty-on- e S. C. DENNY. Cashier. eight Democrats. Republicans and haioseritiMl mid sworn to beforo me this Tl dav of Ntvembur iO'JO. The smaller committee maintain ap' U !. Davidson. Notary Public. proximately the sjiih. ratio, My CimiiiiMiun expiro Jan. 8th, 101! 1. At any rale the defeat of many vet Correct Attest Alex It. Denny, erans gives the "ba'iy" Democratic i II Sw inrbrtii.il, i j W. M. Elliott, members of the House an unusual Directors. opportunity. Men of ability have less trouble than ever in getting forward. Hull Uncnster Ibk'h School Foot Teniii top-heuv- y -- nl ,as Sixty-sevent- h kifkifg the 'g'kin between garni the oval l oach arri. r was a bit handicap. game i ur ui no pe.l in er were out of the lme. but a bard work ut last ThurssUy put Ills team in a normal eoti.lition and the game (stayed with the almve result. the usual "h- - Imrkneld pl)c. ot imv. emilmg Cox loenrans. ami Holtrclaw. Kene and ! D. rai-th- s ' lt e i. ... Fifty-ecom- oi e i Baptist Church Notes. p ei..I ThanksgivThere ill be ing service nt the lUptist Sunday .School next .Sunday morning, begin-- , ning promptly at 10 oVIook. A ( special program ha been arrunged, consisting of specials songs, solos and recitations. All whe will are asked to bring with them sine of the fruits of the harvest, whicr. will lie sent tu the Kentucky lir.ptis! Orphan Home V re hoping to at (ilcndnle, Ky, receive a nice collcctior of preserve und canned goods for these dear motherless, fatherless anil homeless children) Let evuryonr come and have a part in this special service and C. D. Strcthtr. this worthy cause. We have just put on our line of And co-jus- e t. Holidaj Goods Come and see what we have i. MGRoberts Drug Store 1 he (J&Mtrnl Mecord, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, Nov 25, 920. I it n ( More Pleasing News Another Mark Down We P LADIES COATS, SUITS AND DRESSES, greatly price throughout the store-- in some instances making them even lower than the pi ice re vision warrants. SEE OUR WOOLENS, SILKS, and COTTON YARD GOODS. Vou will note a marked reduction in price, and we believe that January will see some cotton goods higher. Our price reduction will meet 7, We have again revised our art featuring our extensive lines of FOOT WEAR at a rfeH greatly reduced price. See them now while you will have SPECIAL GARMENTS no trouble getting a fit. 'if, f Fill ' $29.75, $39.75 $49.75 i SPECIAL VALUES, $10.00 In Hi(th Grade FOOT WEAR. fJuArth CHILDREN COATS We are offering our high grade d children coats at off. one-thir- ' all sale prices ,M( , an froa, t are will gi at it New Wilson, Oklahor a nml will go nf Tin- - marriage Mamie! to hnusckre nim? in mi ntlrnetivo Mr. Smiley Hill came up from r. Mim N'cllle I'ofT hits returned from Hilorll Wav ' nnurtmont. In t ,, rVniikfnrt for n few lay, this week. 1(ml of (,ksll0l,a Vn- - solemnized a visit to her '.istcr fn Covington. The bride Is the only .touchier of aticl , , .... ,.. , . Friends of .Mr. J. I. Dotv will ! Saturday afternoon .V I o'clock Ht the home. She is impulur .. Sin- - is muslri-- n. ' Ha sutricicntly I"'"1"' Mr-- - hHrminR and '' iLst If Mr am Mr" Pre th rerovered from a recent illnei to be,n,l J,r. W. Ashborn I'r're. on Itich- loved and admired by nil and is a Kritlne favorite, who will In- - much It wan a 1tnutifui home rocinl rnond road. out again. weildinir and one nt :hv hrilliant mi.od Mr He.ce itobinMn, of Stanford. ' SinvL nine. Elbows. Coal hods. (att. J V. Knee, ,I"1" ,,ol- Va.. hai been the vuet of a llamptwn, ,.v..nt in Micietv thi "ea.on. Uev.- Mr. U'avlami i h.indonie and nt- "f few day ; j;. l()Urland. ;kiM r of the Chri'- tractive and a prominent ami popular Wagons , at A few .of Mr. and Ml, prod Krkbie. on tiun ('hnrr)i nirirmlni :iml :ilut 7". vnlllif butinetw imiiij. Tin. vwimIiImu' Mim H4lio f Hryantnille. I .Maple Avenues guct were preent. T'te weddinc wan one of the beaut. ful and inter ,. in lairienter with t spent the week-en.,., co'orn were yellow ard vv'iite and the esting events of the ocinl calender. ., . ... ,. ,. , houne wa decorated in fern, white The gifts were of special beauty und relative. y,,,oxv '"ry-n- l" ' the elegant colli cthm numbering in''"n"- Deal House. of l.- -r ra-- er The in honor aml Theu tneml-eIrci Mr itn,i Mr af llkni'ill room, me ctnc 01 me to the hundred wat. displayed in - reception "as a charmhave been recent gu.ti of Carrnrd of Mr 't"M" . All join in wishing the u. ..... v .........v.. the library. .i im. XFiiir un.l lh..r..n..Sle ...,l..v...l eererauii,. I u'u ,Mr lui nmn of Versailles relative. ''ur-i.- .' couple a long life of joy and happilXh Uy the kumu. The tnble ha.l for JA f Mr hat ber'i the guest '' "K1I1K from ness and just before ther departure ' tear- ..i-- ,.. ,.l ,.f ""K f Lebanon. Mrs. Kmm Youies. Amon liirhmoml avenue. a whi,1' ,wj' Uc,1 "'i,n j they were showered with nany happy Ohio, visited Mr. Mr. V. A fruit and each ,dao card wa, tied for the futuri . ""ow with blue and white r.M.or.. the colors Mix Katie Harnett D.ckerson was at I. ear lint week. . , , . ... , ,, ...... Isrenr for the weduinir. ror some! hi'HH from Leingtim ami attended I ll " uir iiniriuiij. liintjwiiiK bcf-irMrs.. Hen Williams tins the appointed hour as the relumed menu va served: Locker-Sa- ms hi' Dunn-- - Wsiylawd wrddlng ivster cocktail. time from a month's viif her aunt. Mr. olives. i'.l..rv. riuilf ftl(l.il' t.ifiiili.irrv guests assembled Mrs Lcnard Miller nd A hrlil MMie ft lh The many friend of Wit. Linda Cafn.i and Mrs. Harry Tom'insen sung and Locker were I Iitf k uful. m! i hi. Mr ". Cwiio hyThott m Art lattruU- - I. litli u'ith Johnson in Pittsburg. Pa. sauce, hrench iieui., poiatnes. iui-I, , .urprti(l to know she i Ttuiv.i ii ti.tnTiiiTiii tir.ifrim ni iiiiicir. was .hrr nunt, Mr. I. (JuJiwy ha rfturn-- ' Hi w chrywnthc ' married to Mr. Alexander Sams diuich-- tfnitln. A laro IEv. V. I. uifi and for the bridal precession the Ind. i to hrr hme in Shlhv!llr trr. KiT.Biilinr, cre 'Jie irucnts cf mum was given the 'adies as a sou Itrii.nl Chorus frem Lohengrin sound-e- d of Jeffersonville, ImPan.i November Those prescn. w TC William venir. seventh, nfter a br' f cuuitrhip of t W K ( ui'K cf Un MrMt jr V II Mor. anil Mi Sur Mr and Mr. Luther Itmtiey Sunitny V.'ilL.r. Iliitiv-ilTi-. and they came s!owl down the two months. m.irl.tt llii.laf.ii t I'. l .n IjiIHKitrr. huU "n'1 - .Miss Locker is the younrs daughMm.uii have rrturni'd from n ' iShvlhv W. II: Mason. Imscom Pord. Jnmei :!",rw"' thnu .rccl''room to the nPcr. in lliinvillc. came Mr. and Mr. I.uthec Kniney mitor Woods,' Lewis ('III. Alex Doty, Cabel' tr . VMitinp rcU- - viit t Mm W U. Mr. ter of Mr. and Mm. U. '-- Locker of Or- ed to Nlchlaiivillf MrnJuy r ' t Sunforrf Um uirk, I...I.I!.... .. tki. pnnntl' in.t Inn. Arnold. Kdwin Wal'er. Joe Price. the ribbon bearers. Master John im Mrt InnlBi Hlnntr i and children the cueit nf l.or'iuut, Mr. S !i little Miss Inrotl.y Perkins position i Dr. ...i; Mrs. J. II. K.nnsird. Dr. and Louisvilli. for the past month for Howling Walker will IrHVr rm rcturnol from Mi llow sal1in Julu hlt,e ""l1 Mrt. V. C. K.nnaird. Mi. and ".Mrs. c.mry,,ur h month I hWhtr in I.mikvillr. 'JriTH whrrc ifcfy wl' roidc In the u iit to Mr stronmers. Pollowing slowly was Hubert Kinnnird Mr. Sain is the son of Mr. and MiMes Mamie Mi. Carroll Ilailrv. f SUnifont. futurru Stormes Dunn hdnn Ilerkele, Ger-- , matron of honor, Mrs Hrcd ey llourne Mrs. Warren Sams of , Ky. Mk Helen UUI Imm rrturnesl from'. i vinitimr her daughter, Mrs. K. I'r- " xvn gowned in black lace and and was employed with the Courrier Anr.u Ilrackett e WMJe a tay of a! Ike Dunn, of Lexington, hn cott llrnwn and Mr. Hroun, on Dan-lll- trude AVallingford hicun W all.ngford ,,lack hnt M , . ''rtrudf i ni...sn ' Owen. Plorenee Urown. Martha Huck 'ndlng a fe day with her been avenue. Both attended the K. S. I), college ner. Khzjibeth Murphv. Allene Prat wore black lace andt a small black , 'uother. Mm D. Gulley. who llrac-"tOwen, wore Mmm. D. W. Mskn. m4 P. , Mrs. .Sarah llr.miltmi, who fell ,, '" man. Virginia Mora mil Mrs. Brad- - hat, Miss Annn at Danville Ky.. Mr. Sams having n beautiful gown and hat of black, v wre in Uncaiu ""u" f !Mi-4t'e- . xverk aco anil vera hurt encu- - Iff!' ttiiltr.ii. graduated from that tchoo , , n 1011. . .i "M i i.. i, mi tnr MwmImi'. Dobyn .who hn heen ly. l rapidly improving much to the Mr, (;. Mrs. Sams ar no'v house nn" The following anrouticement has I,brown with brown hat M ss hlirabcth keeping in I ouisville '1,r' of Mr J. K Itohinton and gratification of her many friends. Mrf. HrMloy llwirne, ef Mr ' been received by L-.-t rater Priends ' Murphy wore black itin and black ...... i - n llr IfulitnMiti Km rrtiirni.! In her ' . .i i.u " ; erwiWM. im Miuxnu Prank Pierce, one of the bestland rolatives hat, Miss Virginia Morau wore a I1"""1 WHWi here. .imllcrmen of the U.ut.ville Police Mr ami Mri V Priii announce ly black dress and hat. Miss Allene r Arthur Hubbard, of , furce has been in the city this week I the marriage of her daughter Pratman looked sptindid in henna Hp It, II. Hourf&nd and wife have cloth with brown Incc and u hat to Mamie Stormrs Dunn retimiud" f turn a da rlsit n Cuvlngton, re expected today for a j visiting his old friends. Prank has. S'0""0 '0, uf them lure a d they are ni ' match then the maid of honor, Miss to "'r HM'' 'r5 vi' Hnrrodslinr ways glad to see him. ton I'k'hmond avenue Kdna Ilerkele. who was beautifully Mr. Herman Itussr'l Wayland Ml.. HrrraVt. CbsiiL af l.exini-loon Saturday, November the twentieth gowned in brown trcolclte with n Misses Minnie Ma Unlinson, Car-- ! WomU Walker, of Paint Lick, was PaMee.. u t hMw 'nr tie Tktnks- brown hat. each attenJaut wearing a Nineteen hundred and twenty rie Bell Humans an I Katie Barnes elected president of t .e National Pox BtviMg hiMJf. corsage bouquet of Ward roses. Lancaster, Kntucky Diekerron are at home from Lexlng- - Hunters' Assoetatiot, which met at At home VIC-The charming bride ci.tered with for the Thanksg-vinvacation. Crab Orchard last yeek. Jennings j ufu.r l)vcfmlvr nf.,, Mr. Tau nM I'umjr vauting her brother. Mr. Chatles, Dunn, who ,uJrt r. Mrs Plher r'.a.n.-- . ami Mr. i.Maupin, of wns made see- . gave her In nuirriiKe and at the v.i..... 11M..1, 'iretary and treasurer. . 'air.e in Danville mine time the briilcgr.iom came vith were entertain. I Minduy at a. utmi following aunoun''enient has his bust nmn, Mr. Willi-- m The , Yeiiger. Mr. and Mrs. Mrs K I Ow . ( urrey Mr. and Mrs. Theodore i. the gust of dinner patty given hrtui received with much interest here ... i.v . . .. . ., . . i . . .i i uu nniiui ....ii. r iiauirriier n nunie in nave returileit irotlt U lew Hays stay as Uie groum is will known, having cf Danville, and the couple met beiiuiu'wrn inrir in fore the minister fo. the ceremonv Covington, Ky. Mr. Cuok ii Da- - tlle in Home, Ccorgia where they were lived VIC-TOL- A. near lincaster a number of "P.en:ng Star" was softly plaxei! . I t... .1... .I.....1. SI .., .. ..e, iurre s Jim, w (), j, N during the responser and after the laiwerence. and a I rotiier of Mrs. UvumKt for ..ongratuhtion Mendel.- imlhy is extended Mrs. Currey in her i!. ......... i.... ..r .i.i. ..i... ...... . . ii.. i. ..u ...... ), Vo,,jng Maich sounded in grenv oereaw menv. employisl with Sean H.ebuck and joful strains. The never look- PI Those who attended Mie liurml of Cu l,f t'hicago. III. Ph.. bride is the ed more handsome in a going away rr Mr B .K. Wearren from a distance ' rharming daughter of .Yr. and Mrs, tailored suit of bro n tluth with a Burrow, of Milan. Mr J T Denton, and wife. mudish brown hat trimmed in gold Mr. and Mrs, L. C Burrow Tin "N and John Dei ton, of Lexing and shoes to match. She carried n is announce the learr.igo of shower of Ward i... Mrs .Kmma Young, ef Lebenon, their daughter Ohio, Mrs .Martha Suphous, of j After showers of ood wishes audi m Miss Huliy CormUh Hurrow Ky., Mr. H. Wearren, congratulations, chocolate and sand- - ! to of St Louis, Missour.. wiches were served. T'.e tabic a Mr. Jesse I'. Li w ironic covered with an elegant lace cluth and j The Woman's Club met Thursday LEMON RASINS SatunLny, Nine mint sixth had as its centerpiece t vase filled I afternoon at their roo.us with sixteen Nineteen HunilriMl and Twenty with yellow chrysanthemums. The I Mc-- I Chi.-agiiiemlr present. Mrs. it. P. III. ORANGE 'couple left immediately for a wed-- ' DATES Successors to J, I', Currey & Son, If. Uoberis will act as leader during the ding trip to Columbia, Mo., Kansas I .107 Main Street, Danville, Ky. year und the Bible and American j After Nov. 10, IS'O. PEEL FIGS citizenship will be studied this year. ailOii Washington BloiL" jj On tomorrow afternoon a Thanks- giving program for 'S- - children will. CITRON r ne given, i.ci an memuers ne pre-- 1 I UJ Mrs. W A. PrieeV division nf the suitable for ' fTj cut and bring n ho.-CHERRIES SHELL Woman's Christian Millenary Sociechildren to rend. ty, will have and excl ttig. and bazaar Happiness and Health go har.d in hand. CHIKOPHACTIC will scc Tiie remains of Mr B. K. Wearren, on Saturday afternoon, PINEAPPLE NUTS December of Cairo, III-- , w re brought here for 4 tli. At which time and place, hot burial Wednesday al noon, und in- chocolate will be scrvd free to their tu it that they are permuncnt residents in your home durin eminje terment tilk place ill the loincaster patrons and friends. cemetery, He was born in Lincoln t5 I Hog killing time is here and 1 am County, having spent most of his life winter. See your Chiropractot. Consultation und Spinal A.ulytis Free,' UJ CO in Stanford. He was u noble chris- - prepared to do your butchering for you. i'hone 313. Haden Leave!!. man. To know Mm was to love I kfhini. He is survived by u wife, two Tobacco, Sods Small. daughters, und two sons, who have . Tohurcii MrvUa aru so minute that a sympathy of a 'urge circle cf thimbleful I tlio r III 'furnish enough plauti GULLEY HOUSE, Danvill. St. cn frurui. an.i relative. 9 I o It A. M. LANCASTER, KY. C3 M fur un acre of grouud. Mm I K. Stnriiit" has WE ARE STILL TKIMMING OUR PRICES AND NOT OUR cent visitor in Danville BUT LITTLK RENT TO PAY. CUSTOMERS been a n Miss Margaret Nc'son, of Lcbnon, is visiting M.. Snllic l.o'i Meyers, Dunn- t"-- Wayland hs - ( Ranges from $30. to $99., Cooks from $20. to $45., Heaters from Freezers .... j -- $10. to $40. ' cheap. and Harness. Pokers. Shovels. etci cost. Wire fence, - j fr J. R. MOUNT Q & CO. ln, d I ii., ....... W'"n' r... Gossip About People Ne - V1' ! a'l "". e ,,.r....n. h Pit-liU- , ... p-n- ,ir f,k niht H4 nrt Z , wee e con-OnIl- r' -' J J nni I , '""' Jit VICTROLAS Nothing can tjivc the whole family more . pleasure than a TROLA at Christmas time. The first time you are in Danville come and select your Do it now, while you n - I hertn , .... i..... i II. ... .. .MISSHOLLADAY'SCANDIES'n j WHEN YOU Buy The u T.-n- , Sake Your Fruit Cake t I tdi 2 2 pi, (. t!ov-inglii- n. roi. i have the full line to choose from. Look under the lid and be sure it a VICTROLA. i I r Crooks . 2 Ware o. ,i ,,, INGREDIENTS Currants ' Hot Chocolate Free From HAND IN HAND X Us Everything for the Cake. o th, o Z Currey ItS S & Gulley. , altian I ; Lipscomb C& Lipscomb HO LL A DAY 'SCANDIES Tlvi Ontral Record, Lnncastei, Ky Thursday Nov 25, 1920 .teitMJ.irsM:. i I moimifiF! A USI1 Mill 1 and j FARM ANIMALS CLEAN PENS ARE IMPORTANT and Oeve lopmtnt Perpetuation by of Roundworm! Fostered Minurf. Covered Loti. It THE UNIVEHSL CAR lmritii!!itiiMi4 rt'Mtri'i In u tveont tci litilntl pnlillrntloi uf iln ImriMii if iinlin.il Imlii.try, t'lilltil Sln(i' wont of ncrlctiltun. tloii.il ilili'iiit of iln InitNirtiiniv uf krrpln; jotinc pis In Hi'nn ii Unit i limo not omtiitiiliniliil t jr ntlnr il.-;i- ilr.i... Im'i-i- Mltll A This is the time to give thanks ..irl iniin, only for mini)fo'trnil ronn.lu nrni i - if plc, known n hrc we want to thank all our friends and customers for the favors they have shown' us the past year. II ' I We assure you we are very thankful to one and all. ion tmrMlottloiii tir tin Imriiitt tin pnuatl tlmt HftiT tin "se him lnvn uill.iw.-. till" lij limlly ilriiliti.! nidi unihiir. lio.' ol, which nri on thl iI.iiu.toih to jotme plt Hint not poo.1 for pie, of nii til.. I'sc of itii. i.irnllf r inn) r.'iiiii In nlho In ol for flvi nti.l ru'ii luitfrr I'lm.'x iHvuiin li) pic luir borinc tlu mliill vwirtin In lln'lr lnli' llm. will Imm'oiiu. Imilly Infill it I wllh II es, I'lci fiirmwr iitnl kept In up 'tl li pliirv. nri rcrtnln In pli-. many of urk nml litis? pic art lluhli to .uiillovt ftfc to tin hmM of irwnt In tllrt ji-:itlii-..txltn-rluir tml for it lure intHirt Ion of tin. runt miiioiic tin'.,, iiiilmnl l ml htiiii:iIIoii of I ho niiitiiHorni ninonc tufni', not Out of the more than ',000,000 Frrl cm now in uc, nhout sixty percent have In sU to fanners. I'roluMy no otlier tnc tli hrontiht to the farm i tmirh of lomt'ort ar pmfit as has the I'ord car. It hai rnhirji I the i.il life, tlou!Jetl the facilities for market-- i g, hrnught the tont next thxir t.i the f.un, tuultipl .ll'urthe farmer thjplf.istin i iltvmi;. A f.in !v car without an emtal in l tv of t juration and maintcnaiue. We S'.'ict t iur r !.t I r.tic Ji.r.v because the demand n large and continually increasing. 1 Haselden Bros Garage. rot iilrn-t,-i- l m lln ar rxrept K rl i7 ulht Ihii- - llillrll.il In tin- - In Iiiiiih'-'lutt'l.r THE A. T. Big Store Scott & ; Son. Prons. I nml tin luiii; I'roni tin liini;. tlii-rnml Hp tlio nltulpllM iiikI Hhmi iIouii tin- - ioiiiii:ii. nn. I ri'ltirti to l inly iiflrr lln nai pniil tlirotuli tin Iniiti ilo lln-- i'lnlillti ilifin.l. In iIip ltiictliii mill crow to tiMiiirltr. In puln ilinmsh tti ituie tin iliini tonus wortn rHM nmro or I'ii.miiihiiiih mnv ;i to tlivi inn) illi' iiIh.iii :i riult Mini or It'll iIhjh tifler Stllitot4 of tilt-- . IHi"ITIHMll:t n Miotic n iiHiitnoiil known t'i Hrr "iliuinp) ' Not nil of utliiiniii ' run.. from thli ooiiriv Imt tto ortn nr.- friipicntly tin miiw. Ymine p's nr iiion iivitlMf limn oliN-- r plc t.i liifnlloii. nml nrv nlo inorr llkfly to iiffrr from mitfriitloii of tliH .niiii: uorm. ttiri.iiuti tin lnnc Tli.Tf ! n for tin tunc l;uv of tin iwmoilf If tin pis ur In mHt IhIiT Im irmli-'- t tllli y y c il liifi--tlo- liter ti'.tlln. iIih joiinc worm, ilo nut tin wtili ilown, tint "nil of tin liitt'tltii mill tntw'l to tin Fool You Can't Utnd I kno timv u'nt I nrrrr It'rw tlu ini'miois of tin' nnt. iiikii 'Ht Ins "A fiHi i. .ii in i,tltlo'r NmiiI nor I'fi'flk " I'rnt lunti-i- i I may ni'tiT linn n "mw fimi for my Tlo-rfrlvti'l' i. noil, nc mori A I Numbering Tin ulili-l Ihllik ii' i i i .nii ni on itu II. jiool Cotton. I n .i't Is i'i' ' 'I ' turn from i. i . Ulnil to iin . l . J'l) llllil mr .' inlili- "M Wliv no iiHiilHii'h mori' tlrtnl) tln-Iti.lon tin mori tnHitiniMit - I 'rum Ill rtf i i llnil'" tin i mi imt ImMi-- i'i. in in iil uf '''i,. (!i.M.mi Sny. ilnir ill- - ITI l liisi'lHr nl inllrl N'o ,'ji ilu. k. i .it ii...ii . tn. .Vrflillil Hot t" IHIIIf llllli II- -. t, i1 ,if thi lliriM.I i rlinnti (In . toil to .f ;l'i l ' to II. li I till l "1. .Ill lion ilil r..n l Tin tin. null) nil lliri ., i tlml It Till ynrn - i.tl n.onl ll MM CITIZENS CAPITOL $50,000.00 NATIONAL BANK. OF LANCASTER KENTUCKY Corner I'ulJjc Squire and t)anill Strrt SURPLUS $60,000.00 WF. STRIVE i"l ML J J. Wm J. M MMi jfT3h.iMiBJiiiH J. TO SERVE. W. O. Rigncy, LG. Davidson, C,hier. W. F. Miller, Mn. N. H. Hamilton, Book-keepe- r. A,t J. Loui. Gill, Teller. Teller and Book-kecpe- r. A..t C.hier n H, .S. F. Huilton. (.. (.ibb,. I'rr U DIKKCT0HS J J VUr. Walker. Shtrlry Hu.lion. W K Champ. J W .Srrne V ON ROLL OF HONOR DEPOSIT MERE AND SAVE YOUR MONEY. nog i Ktpt Under Conditions Shown Htr Arc More Sutcptlblt to Oit eatt Than Animal Under Sanitary Ccndltiont. nnt wonii riiiii'ili to tvinnf tin In nirli from tin lnti'ttiu' Itml Iiiim'it, It niiiimonly tinpM-In tin niilmiil hn liH-- n li iifhT Jnntl tliroiisti tlie liitisi tliut s tlirlr ftptiNion from tin lntitlin unalili to uiakt tip for tin it iilllioiish In il'" link In lin ln'ttiT iIihii If iillounl to so iimri:iti-l- . ruf, tin-pi- ll i fill will on I III j r HEAT FOR EVERV Solve tlio problem of fuel by installing the scientific CaloriC I'ipclc&j Furnace. hlRh-priccdl fuel-savi- PROVED ng SIRE OF HIGH VALUE SATURDAY, NOVEMBER Betfinninprornptly at 10:30 o'clock 27th HOME Gives you summer warmth (70 decrees guaranteed) in every room in coldest weather cuts fuel bills M to . the original pipcle furnace wtcnt, No. 1,346,801. This exclusive CaloriC feature makes pipelcss heating bucccssful and imitators dare not copy it. The CaloriC heats homes of 18 room or less through one register. Costs les than stoves to heat tame rn.icc. No iiiitallations, no plumbing-n- o pipes to freeze. Made by largest manufacturer of warm-n- ir furnaces in the world, Over 100,000 UM.TS, many in this community. i trilc-casinK cxfH-nsive Breeders Could Make Much Improve, men by Paying More Attention to Male Animals. 'I'to prosris lr. The CaloriC mi. i I, .iiiaklns ri'iil Ilo niiin hIih ouih ii prutiil llri'iili-rnmlil linpni tlo-l- r liy p.itltis mori iittfi'tlini to lirvtMiT I till- - part of tliflr liotilil l ttikfii to prnvi out tlo iri lii'forn In Is ttlilt-lui" or lii'fon In U iltwanliil. liulin. Sii-- HY HOGS LIKE TO WALLOW Animal So Constructed That He Does Not Perspire and Must Cool His Dody In Water. Tim lii'S H ' rontrilct''l I lint It not Htiiit, or iHT'iilro. but mul root hU liinly hIiIht In tin liinlt In m.MliT.iti or In ttuti'r inrlns It l , JtMl n liisli i'iii'rHtiiri"t; li.iliiml for tin' ituck to unlni, tin li.'ii to Mratrli, or lit. mull to kirk, m II I. for tin lios to ttullou. at my place at Buckeye, Ky., sell to the highest bidder the following live slock and personalty: One Aberaeen-Angu- s bull, subject to register. Nine Jersey milk cows, three to be fresh about December Oth; others a little later All good milkers. used since last March. One De Laval Cream Separator No. 15, only been At sametime will sell 300 btles of clover hay. hay can bejseen before day of sale at the Fother-gi- ll This and Long" farm near town and known as the d place, on Buckeye Pike, one half mile from LanKin-nalr- iih4 Haselden A uvmjfi can opttait CalotlC HEAVY SILAGE RATION " BEST caster. Baby Beef Feeder to Get Enable Young Animals Up to. Full Feed In Short Period. lifavy llns' ration for baby fimt pnrt ut tin fwllns ninl eiiulil.- - tin ffi'il.T. ubfii sruln l nibliil. lo s't tlx ralvt'K tip to U full friil In ll klinrli'r HriH of lliiir tlian ttbeu crulu la fel from the Tin f This sale Is held for the purpose of dissolving a partnership. Terms made known on day of sale. " bii-- lh -- D. FOTHERGILL. BUCKEYE KY. E)THfM.5.CXXl920j A. M. Bourne, Auct. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, Nov 25, 920 I Aladdin's Lamp By IcT GENEVIEVE ULMAR VnUn piim! furtiinn Imit minr Nut Itiirlf'ti'M way Mix fntlur'a fiirin run tlmwi In tin- mnl lit tin- - littio nli I niic riKirmr c Noil uiim1 mm-.- , mi flil Innim hunt ll Inv in l,nliw mi tor ilif Imlil hail Im-lnw In Imt H riililn mix liilurl, iitlln.iii.-l-i Mi flotk liml Ihoii of niT)i. f . i f mini- It lni luiii nliMinliiiicit," tulil l.i Mtor Arllno. "ami If i.iir .ti K? I hni' n fniniiii i. lil.ti hi In pi t nf m.j ti. h i i' A Ml MM, v.t,f of rnro N.....r !? rlur irlt .l Hudson S eal Coats and Bay Seal Coats AT GREATLY DEDUCED PRICES. 5:171.00 liny Soil CtintM. ."U'i incln'! Inn":, with .M'liirrt'l collar ntnl m lis fur t.17o.00 Way Sial Ctitit. inrlii'fi Winy; witli Itcuvcr rnllar ami cttllV for Si'iOO.OG A Flight by Auto i ' '11,1 By RALPH HAMILTON I '. n a Ni flour i.lnN ir rni llr rlwr In- - prni It Hp, i It ami I'lMtl Tl.o wiili n Iih mill niin l in.Jiit Within h fi' ilnt illt i.h' ( i. Ill mft Imiiliil froo of i' i ..n'or It tlli In iinil Ihi.o " ilC frliml. nf i. woU Hlfif n n n iit . ,.f i '( r.iir-i- t, iunlrt ttili i.ri tli n pfoll) l'inl Hill, l.tlO, NNt flir tWil Will. $245.00 $245.00 $345.00 $345.00 ii7."i.00 Ilinlsoii Heal Coats, i Mi (, 11 ' .. II, . lonjf with . iii.rrt'l collar ;ittl mils, now . $395.00 $395.00 $395.00 . fifltiii,t w,.rk Art Iih 'itl'llt nil Hi. iii'i I i r r Mo Wirl.l.il h allit lrwi ipi tut i.'i n h. r l.n.fliiT .iti. I itw "l.t inrOMC Hi Iti.. Ii.ii " I t mako m rwc fur lln . il.ii liO I ..HV - lli' " ,. p. ii ,. i .nr i - HMI .1 fort'itnr.- fnmi i n.i" l.i i.mo nrtlii at ilif Hiii.(.i- - mill Mi it felt mi him. Ii lnlrri-'ii- l lmre nlino a Nnl liitnwlf Vrliiif initio Intn t lit- - rnt.in ci.i- if'- r I i'll til llll.l Nlil I'Htl'il nt IK in' rt nf i4 liHiiwi'if .i mill On' nr fnrr lilm It bnil heeti n Ii' lit lt irltalfle inrfiitii-- I l tli'l'e with iIhUCIHii: rt.t ! pnlliil up mill itnHii mi n flm I' H "l ult.'j. iih I irimlri tn In' mm' ii .m I run ml nrtmHii'M nf tin" ! ihI apfoartni; inliin ll In r l.'ic llf It Ihitliiiti Sfiil Coat with Sktuik collar ami culls . for ami eull. !7r,M Hiitlson Sup I Coal, U) mcliiw Ioiik with Skunk collar now nlit $0(10.00 Htitl.soii S.'iil Coat, with Moavor collar anil cuirs for anil euir?. for f7o.OO Hudson Heal Coat. A) inehtw hum with Muavcr collar ' f - M in-l- "Wh. l Hli-r- i' ill.) Iti jmi art it N. tr ' These we are Selling Strictly on Commission and They Will beon Sale Only a Short Time. If You Have an Idea of Buying a Fur Coat it is Your Best Opportunity For a Year. Hi'inlrnin lit ,' t I'll. I. ..I MM) lwk III lllllt " i IhIim .1 N ! ' nle I Iiiiii tin'flu i bain I hmkoii nixl tin- - fi.' It fill tmt nf It lt' iii Hint lioM tut nf nil I il Ii' tun ii groat llclit," ntnl In- - r l i tri-k- lj l t nt ib- tanilliiil t , i rimlmli hm- nf Alii'l'iu itii l tcixe t" in ml :i' "r e iii tliMiil liriinl ti'imtil tmil fur (Hi lull finli. (ill li Mil' In m 'I iimi r illil I'lono lliiliforlli in-.- ! i J mimlli i'oii .nr-f.n- i M'Hi mir It In n ith Wlltnn uni liy liU nli t In r Intmi- - hfr fmlwr liml nn'liiiin in Hi i Mian mrt mnl nml I' Imt rii'ftr1 vin nf ri'. in nail 'l I'.v. Ii"i-fii- l li'iaiwrMiHi'iit in.K'iI iimii iln- - tin .ytfl nit twite imIiim i' .Murk Will'.ii a tin- - "nir VllMn-l- " if n i ntMu il i.M. t,m, nli) imin. I'li'iii' iiImhj. mi i'MI-a nil uili vint ami !. ho ,'iirli lil.linat a a Mifa4hir fii "iiii' III. .irvloa i'fo nl iinl "f 'lin man I wIih ltti lilrjoli'i maliilnlmil th' Hfwrlle I'i in anil iirilor nf i It lnwnVvnnl. Tin uiiliiil fur nml uotnna!! Hi.. i ri wnril Mini IHtln nf tho twil. k'oin ri'ii I'niifnrtli. nml tiniro limn I'li'i1 lin Imil 'liHmtiil ci'iioriM.y mIwmi iI,i,. nr iin lili'tit onnm tn nay nf tin in I - m tlm- n irturi nn nno wIhIiim llf till' llll.lTM'll III!' It It n Hl"l cu iriln tn n rnuipntilnii, "In n' lirltflit ii.iiili nii'l Imiitily iln liy In t lit t oriiok iiiilninnlillo nf jiiiiiii; Hatifortli." "I Initi'ii't ni'ii lilm Mltrf .Ml" Wit lull fur OUT II Ui'l'W, tllllliull." Mllllllll- liil tlm iill.or "Nn. thoy toll mo tlmt rrnlil'i'il nl'l fi'llnw nf it Willi.ti hni tlirnoil tlm nilil "IiihiI'Iit upiiti liHiifurtli nml vmmi'i li'l thi- Ctrl koi'p ri.iiiiiiny Hllh lilm." Tlio L'linnli ttoro rlclit In .iinnlxtiis Mi.ii .Murk Wlltnn liml M't lilt it,' t.i Wrti ri'i'hlni: miy fnrtlnr frnni tiatifnrtli. lino itnv ln ii'l '..in Itiln lili lllimry ntnl liilr"-I '. in in llio niirot IhpiiI hl ii i'l I i.infiirili Imil i'Iit mot Mi Mnrti'ii. in Imlf lHior." ot-i- ! mnl tlio nlil itinn. "Sin I. iintti'ir-?ii- l SV-lin 11 ri w,n w.i.tr i i." h I i.i!ii"I l alaf - f''i i Ii) mo n - pli-e- e L- - - im-lii- - - ..it In. I Tli hail lmm 11 Imt. In tlw mt itM.r mi niuiiMiri-.- l fia.-i- fl. B. Robertson DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. Tin' null .f tin' lnly. ' Oil' Iiut thifrin. I I V. i . il.nifl; fair tin- " 't irri'li-i- l cnuri - & Bro. ln1 Ui l"r.i. Iwrn nr'n'v liit'l Ih-- l i tia.l lilm-r) - l.iirTM'.l It nniiKlmil. mill Net hw-III atH) MWH)" frilM M'tHM til ll. lp I'll' mx imti u Hu' liti .iin.. fHrii f'- - iiu otitiTtiiiti roiriirillnc my ilmiKlitor." Il iroi'lo, inlil liliiiMli'il nml ihi'iih. ri"l iniii'- -. tlio Inil)' In iiiotlnn ll.ilifnrlll Hint In- - liin- -l .IKiitinui' nil fnrtltor iisiiolutlnn ultli Vom. lio. lmo. It wiih ii rm iici-ioiir .toon tn) limllior nml n oliw frloml lint 'I i mi nf tlio Intlor nml Vom I. u'il iniirry wln n lio liininioi nf Itir iriHiiiiiii fur jnii Is on tn It tli.it full), nml in- - tin of Mill ll.'IM' III. fllrtlllT nii..rtlllllllr iiiooilntf." l -nr-'nl-- liiiiatt miiiii li'i I - TIitiI'Ut mitim mti' fur i wrtlf nr tlllnci ttmi- In "Miiy I (.on Vorn for nf inln-it.- i In-i- . liarmlhL-- Arilrii- - tlmt lli bi-- r lwn- - jimr. mh.I hH"l '"r Mao ! if llii-w- rril 'Ihr lanii lilnc h roli'limtlnii nf tlir nrmn.H. nrxl Artlm- - un rli.m n tin ruliln 1 1.1) In i; It ut fur tin- - m rn-- i ni'ti-- 1 nrrln- - In an (i.iir Nnl liml emu-nfl.-- r llu m llrr rtln- iiHil-iii- l nl IihiMimt n KirlMI that NVil Imil i. Hi-ha-.t i Ii.- - liny h i In- - uimmI iimi- - nrr. It iiwli-- r n trif wli.'n-irtm- a inn- - liail miwimiI, fur tlii-n- ni'Vnr.. nf thl fart In ..CHtWrnt N'lil I mm I nf a tin-- . mi'l ttii nh fr 'lao. iwry iivi-fa- .' I'niifnrtli iiilolly. 'Tlmt nnly. (Viiiio. I'niifnrtli. t liofnro tlilt oruol imrtliii; nii iiimn iiiko" iliioo" luiorrntitoil iiM--r Ii) ii in- - tfrmitiuM) Wi- - thi- - lTtf iit li put tin' tinr a mm rtcti ia-k- . If joii to tfci' .. n Hut ikmi nf fnl I'liixi ulth 'it. t! hvr yt'ir - eiBSKTIC PEflOJOSTIHENT SALE do ii inn ti. Mr. tin mil stiitnl In tin- - xv.iv if ii v iilooo innrr)iiic n irriuli'tiniii nH'Inlly. nml In l In- - iiiutlor nf umIIIi dor niinl." I'lorio l:iiifnrtli im- - imt llio tn.in In nr eo tn iin' iior lii'ioino 111' (i oio olllntlilllllll) llkiom mi.. i.tti-N- i' ft uili- ! u out. tM hi-- i In' fanran t'M ynil. .Shi''ti he mi romt slir'lt iiBt.l t 'ay. furwet half h Thorn w hb M"rcUy nf cant in Stuti'. Hut who want tn 'Viry tinn-hi- twikr n imIp jf him full? nrinU n I M4..it A ri'iitlit artlrlf tn tit all tlil matli- Tin' Mirflli tin- - ArltMi-- . f flm- - lintli-i- t iiri-nilhh stl.v. nml li.r- in kill l. lli r nii It I'MiTlnr the S"l lnlil.ihi nt V t il ami hih nf Um n W'v uuitn attrt'c with tht inlittiruil i'M nf rlliM-- IntfllHi: nt ttii' tmt nf nut lin ri'innrkiHt thtit "Mr. llnnlink' H till- - lllll Ihhim Sh H'Xlt. )W will In' tin- handMnmntt irrli!'tit imnr!.. at thl. nwl HHiri' mi at iv ttM?i' Wllunn " III rnrtli-- l kHrli .ml nmclilv hIiI.'Ii I Ik- - ntB' fnrf arwl 1)gr- A thnt "luinr ami v wi-n- - hl - s Smashing Blow to High Prices ut i'lir nf till' -- Irl lio Intnl. "Will )nti I'o mi llio iilort. nml wlion In iiiniiii'iil iiiinoi in Monl )nti nuny frnni tlioo lioartli" IxrntitM l rotnly in fly with iiioV "Mum It ontito tn tlmt, I'lont'T" h ittotlnn Ititit tlio I'onrl.v (iliiV nkoil. 'Tlioro "Tlion I I tin ntlior way." liiill kooj my n mm. art t'i'hilic t t n lit kiimiH.'riRtf Junnt." "Mi- rtltn" han lui'ti inur I Htii-lilm ami ilhl lit' I Vh ihmiIi tlwt liurrtiil ki'tfli f in.Inii'Inp It a a hmhIi fur bm mure aiMltiiM ilrtiirin? I'i'rtaliily I lnii' no mh'Ii I'XMHty ami emu- - n ihfM' jarilni: artlitt rtiiilr' fur ttiHr Tlw ai"." tirtflln Ih-IiIi- hrnthfr nilitnr nim t;ri'W innri- lusiutifiil iiMit." Hut iit'thnti it I trirl - thi-- kvI mlt tnnri- - Not a bo called Reduction Sale-ba Monster Merchandising event that will create excitement far and near. We are taking a big loss on our entire stock in order to meet the demand for lower prices. mt hi(M- - in iiilvaiH'iil ace- - - - ln r Ht tlmt lllllllll'tlt. lllllHrtll'll iiiiniiari- - nf It. ihi- - mil. ln-tliniHcli ii i"alitl I itnli'. allrtloilliic tn nf iMTfii-tlin- i iMi'tHri' fur iwlnlnr ii Tin M'i't nr IiiiT nt that IIH'Hi.'lit. r fair lirlclit llnht fi'll II all n cIIhiiiiit wild hnlr. raillMlu-i- . Irtiiinii'iit Imr illil'ili- In tirtKliti'ii tin- - .'flii I nf Imt Ii) iimlrii'l nml !liitliit u II Ii lirr Minn "Inn iiiihiiI Mirrmunl Hit. II n tin' I'll' nf II IHllliliT liml timk nil IliN In. that nf Vbiii- - ;i rri-- l l.n ml I,.. ri'U'liil In Ihn iHnlniitliii; i'Ii inini nf tin' wi'lin. Hlif mm lilt ulrl nf Itn ui'll nlimn hi- - Imil fcki'irhi'il frnni t cnxi-r- t ni'iir tin- - liuil-- i- il nri'k atfnm1 III lili iiixihI Nlriill. lllilini-rllli- : Till' llHin'lnn nf tlmt lllllllll'llt tint IhhIIiik Mlth lilm. ntnl nntv It mi liiiriilllii ullti ictml JH-.- I Imln-IihI-n- aiiai." from thoj Tin Mini that iwmirm-- tf roil rotitom uf Kuropi' uro nulling intn thin vuuntry Ht tin. rati- - nf ton thmiMiml n ilny. Woi'. not to hnnv ihu-tiny ' on it ta ntwut tho 1k-flint. 1 THE FINGER OF OPPORTUNITY IS POINTED AT YOU GRASP IT WHILE YOU CAN. 1000 cakes toilet soap per cake 2A cents Ivory and Tar soap per cake 8 cents. P. & G., Palm Olive Wo oill!nr tiro .it t u truthful ioto nml limit wont ilmtntinwi otory .In) to iln Minn oitxiinl -- IminiliiR. lint unlolifill I'lorio nliMTtoil. nml its ln untlnil that nt tlino nno nr tlio ntlior roiiittliioil In tlio mnohliio nt tho onrli lio fnmioi! lili I'Iiims fur a viitlnnt lironk In tho tiiiimitmiy. Wlllnn nont tn tho itii'tnln nf tlio k'lianN nml liolil ii Ions nml M'Orot cnnfuli with tilin. 'I'no htttor rliurkloil a lip llitonoil. "Any ilny jmi enmo mi tho nono mnl MU. Wlltnn In with you. ami tlio li.Tlui nil Inmi4 hnhl a liiinc)ui't nf wo nre t lio pri'iianil In m'o mitiiHly lilni-k- i ynil, nml uii)hinly fnllnwins U tn ho Ktoppoi) fur M"! I iif, nn mitttor how fast you n. I ilmt it. .Mr l'.infnrlliV t will nlunjs !, into to inl m Mill." lio pliilsoil. 'I'ln it liouiitl nn nriliiniii -- Infi- nf unti'liln nml tvtiltiiiK for I lanfiirtli. u Vorn uiiiirilo.1. wltli Sn olnoly MN .Mnrlim iilHityi with hor, tlmt iln. uiiH liowr iilnno nwny frnni tho ImiiH.'. I'ji's n'ii ii ln-- tftl'i Am' )ot wlnit knto vso Iiiim1 itimth nvrlki mhiio t Hiy lnuintf trilmtef U hU virtui when vo Knnvv ilamtil wMI hi- - i likint; luimla with tuo i'ev'1. liuiuh of follnwii. ril 1 Iti iirt ilrilililo hitiiw tho hnnlor will spitul tn tho olUrt thut Mxn-humlroiU nf thnuniiiiiln nf ilnlhir fur agricultural ihiiimiiii'iv to In- - rotailoil Tlmt w, if tn .Movu-at'niiMimon. thoy ran fitvl tho n Cnimulir ropurta I'll u- that ilniip Ainoricau IhIi-uiihuiIom aro pt'tini; iuito nirrofull.v with tho Japatii'to artu-lIn tho Dutoli K;it IniiioK. That, nnui'Vi r, luo not pro votit It lioltitr I'luiip at tw.i-i- - tho priro - nr I In- - ri-- i tnMitill ilmriii fnlln nil A tluitlliK "H II"' Hi; )nllllK IhiIItlililr, mnl nfliT n fi'w wnnl nf t'X ilmintlnli hnrri'll n nil llilliil uui-fur tlm Imiit In Itn- - rnl'lii nf iln' nin-i- l In lmiii' lin li.nl ini't Iiit. Tlii-Ulnl "nil li'T. Tlnri'. ihi, mi mi II'- - nt'iiii - lil Imfiiri i nrt in tho If. S. A. What a liloinint; it u tiat wo havo C'liri'tinu at loiut rtti'o in u yoar. Wo men notlco a wjinlorful Iniprov ini'iit about thl timo uf von'- - In tho inannor M'wi'il In uhi'li u,r luttnn aro rut-Inr ulii-- tin- - lui'iy Arlliu- - nun- - ln-- i'im:ii un nt rlni:. Nnl laid It all tn liU Irrii'iiriil "Al.lilln'ii l.ninii." Much Mlldtr. "Pnn't )nil think tin nuljn himnl U iinaalliKf" cra-i- r n "I Ui'fr thnuKht tin Intrri'Mt nitncli'iillv iIIkiiUIi-i- I to ln inlli'il n irulr," mill Ml (.'ujniln-- . "It u filjr llrl i' on, ami uur mix lanioil, nml all of tho otit r I It!" at tent ton io well It wort like CEREALS CLOTHING Coals. . .$.1.00 Rolled outs per package. lOcts. Men's Corn Makes per package lOcts Youth's Coats .$:.o() Pulled Rice per package, locts. Men's Over Coats S10.00 Maecaroni per package .7cts. Armv 0ver Coats $7.o0 Army Rants CAN GOODS $1.00 1 acts, Army Coats Tocts. Salmon per can Corn per can . . Ktets! Men's 35 cts. collars . 15 cts. Tomatoes per can locts.. Men's 75 cts., suspenders 50 cts. O cts. Soups per can iMen-50 cent Barteiy, . . cts. cas l)or can 1,ets'.; Mouse paint per gallon ..$2.50 AUTO TIRES AND TUBES Good vinegar per gallon 25 cts. $10.00! Royal Peaborry Cofl'ee 10 cts. ..0.o tires M0x3A tires $ 12.50' Royal Blend Collee . locts. 9 Fi'osh Roasted ground or whole jiixi I"0 .0.JA tubes.,. 2.fo nono better at anv pnee Trv a WONDERFUL BARGAINS pound. All-Wool that rni's All-Wo- ol "I'lociMly." xiillov noililod I'lorio. nil i . my iivlstniitu, nml, iruil mi tho lookout to "lion! noii tlimiik-l-i In lino ht)lo." lino nflornnnli wlillo tho Wlllnn inn Iiino miii nt tho curli nf tho iriin'lkil tni't. Vom In It nml Mli .Mnrinn la n tnro mar hy. I'loron tnnfnrth'i hi porh 'iiltniiinlillo cnieofully kIiIIiiI up do-li- liIt. "Vora. tho hniir hna enmo," ho mk.. "III pnt wi-'l- us l n 1 s 1 i -- all "i Mi, thoro It yuur fnlli.f luiokl) iiimlm; iluwti tho utrool. hut notor Html tlmt." Vo, It M'na Wlltnn, mnl lili 0 ot iniUo'l hi ho miw Vom ii"ort tho hniiio, tiiarliltii', nml trmiofor tn tho - 'Ii'if llnnfnrtli III lili nun. In n iiiiti llio Inttor niitit whlnki'il h til nt. Wlllnn niailo u four fill outcry, fur ho .ii.hvIoI "lint uni liiipn.'iiltie linuii tho mm I "piil rioroo nml ith In lint pnrnlt initio tho nl.l i mil In liN iiiii. h'lio. Half n mllo ilnun tho lii.'liua) a cuunl wariivil At tho mitt l linn in loioii llio nt "l.'Ulll una ulvon. At till) llilnl, Jnhti Wiltiui w.'it iirrostoil fur nl mi"-'lul- For Expectant Motbera IT TMCE lEICIATtMS am m. xoiiif atlaitaoo t m nn : . til Sanders Variety Store, Lancaster, j .prilling. (rmtBliii:lv fiirulM-i- i nfior u woik'. imt.,. j in. mn. I'loroo nml Vom roiiirmit lit lilonvlllo ilnun tho iTi'inl hlKlimiy, An otnllnii fnmi I lit-- lr ilolluhtoil low i'iii"i'lruinrn cnolcl thoiu, uni tn i n i'ti tlio inippy iirlilo toon a iatty an tieradf. f(. a fiullliuvr." auiiiLt muil Ce Mn. I P. uu. Tho Centrnl Rocord. Lancastei , Ky.. Thursday Nov 25, 920 I A Girllcti Syvcm n. t.ul-HSO- A Y GOODS rmniaiin if tit ' t. i . i r.'? irT- - -- o aoi. - t " An7,:' s y 'i" tl . H l"il I i.l a i... u Mm iHin. 11 .11 .hl lt,l ! iii'ile e't'M .1 tlj v ili 1 tli Hem tkHAnin with the HWn. i 1' n er lei.!-- . "pM ' ' "ithlM a nml tile nfitrt," man jmtsnM, a few mimitiM jirr t, ho wmiltl not tliink f IcavlrtK 1; irrM' vv'Suwt a j th WhV. $ DOLLS " WQ09E8 TOYS JEWELRY DOLL I repl) a T the miiier Mtvi'iitiwjieii't V5i l'i!i )';Mt itei,.llet to .f nMHiirap-iii' HMt-- lif ilrvlrtMt, wfcri he t' -- empio) I'd fsir nmti Mthln thi pretlou Mouth Murk Sen in imd H.rehael ilie lmliif froat orlrliml o1ien, HertniHil Imd e.ir I tlmt Ihe Hew- troprietir a ' mid a illrlplliMrtiiii aial ant ii iMHlde, He to inake for lle xeneral Bnl In ,. J lili peerh to III fiHIou i tin- - arrhal of Seaton Me 11 llii.li lt.rmnd we," wftl he pill I. In ,u ! uknmtof MYabkuiahes . "A .! iim.H. n, .. ev u. r' v- tK tl1 Ids - nr Itiv'hiy ut int.ni. l 11 JANES GOLD TABLETS "ll.cpiuk .t..fv l.V ,t , V. 1 11 1 i'ilo The best we have ever had. Pleased to sho v All Ameri- FURNITURE .ti. L.. Jln.x. ' 'JV. can made for the little girl. More than ever before. Give her a full suit. you method. ' "We are a happy, nuilrntiil Kroiip 'rleiid and rot aefii!iHiiel ' i r 'iiufortHlile way in oar hut the world Mine and ' il'it to niljllt (Hire)e-- i to It pin fi- -. The new inaimk'euient will priJi rd$ install a time cloek and a if Pennine fur late coiner and make . gelier.il Hi tilileriltde allenilloii f hie . 1 lal-o- 1 - .ti THE NATIONAL BANii OP LANCASTI:!!. 111 'lit to (lie rolidltlirti Ut eteryoiie coure A U. DK.VNY. President J V. STOIJ.MKS. Ihe S. C. DKN'NV, Cashier (' M THOMPSON. Teller emplnjee.' Why, that simply PAtri. KI.J.IOTT. Individual Hook keeper 'rttirti the etlleleiiey of the whole iTloUl) reflected llert--ni- 'l HUGH MOHI.KV. (".cnernl IlooLKeepei Ills daiichter Urn re. was In A gift fomily. ii.irite of one of the ilfHirtliieiit. and Hevc music al Wi: SOLICIT YOUK BUSINESS her he lllCliieil the ltimtlol She Nikixl itriie and troubled See us for Xmas Sale and Terms'. C. H Swinebroad, Alex It Denny, J II Posey. J K Storme., "I heiilil that Mr Sentoii wn what C Denny. A T Sanders. Dr W M Kllintt. Directors t rnlle.1 a woman hitler before he rue here," idle "Hid "llliiy n few .i :i.'-- i a friend told me tti.tt inerlienpl Mr telllin; a m frii'tii! that he did urn liellete in flan and Opr :Mull Pelican's Ccxnmodiout Pouch. V r piii women aroiiml He ald all The .ike fi- -. r'iinii,.s i uili w h li from ' Imlr three In lii'iuilil of wn face wil-iv of showing i' Mo 'pirii gM h.ih,.s ,,t riots. It Is !'e-land vanity I fancy lie mnt rlattti nod h i .'talei rl to Its and Libby Cut Glass. is. X( .werfui their In hue. father " i.m rsi in' l;l'i.e ...n,-tin eromol it to you. Let us We have a very complete "I don't know." auweril llert rutal ' Srlfiihness VVeM Drfned. "hut he mn t In- - human not Latitude ot Ukraine. ee Unit the ftmlliHie sirt of unr How nnrrsvw the irvei "f einh-nes- ' rkMtlle lle latitude Pi 11 u He ..'Mmr our men worker, ha a land-itipii It Is waand . 'Iinrees. mif'ti Ihrsmgh the them to n decree nasi tin made of a nhe wldt-t- i - Il.-ir- r u tilth luterecta vloiws tt .tili n nrk lu timlly ncrnhle. I dim't ktoow ter.! by tloml II I III,.- It In a w hiding etire trt.in north to w 11 may he in the city where Hie n m.inii-'.t(t with ot. stirr 1 The surface . I Hint g'tierallj level help I elHItielllC. but liere ninth. ..,oii..i fiirn vmir hentl oiie of the most fert.le parts to . e ant pur' of Hie ins! roliri'l rtf nre like a family, well ImHicht up nml It 'I he t.eni of .irmrtn-r of i:nroe and Ii M,, s lust I nsi'ther. Ihe eold f winter nre 'neiie v v es t ti It wat followt-i- l out nml Ihe girl o ytem duly luniimirnteil. There v.i X, mi. n purtlm: of Inter, of itert RKPORT OK Till: CONDITION of hiitltaml and wle. fur in ' some Of The lnIanre whole f.nnllli- - Imd urk.it together The place of the Great minds in this town ilu nut Buss vv. n 'nc Ft. v?r Prcpjring for Immortality. nil run in the same channel. It he ready girls and women were tllli- -l iiuiiiili oiiii' i Wliut "l'" "ay There No. 2HHH, I to reneh the for liiiiiior'iiilty and that I to love now iy hoyi iinl young men Tlie 0I1I '..ii voutd le a rasing torrent if they lotieil fii'xt'i nt male emploji' wen- OP I.AN'CA.Sl Kll. KKNTICKY. AT THK H have t conclusion that t'id. till life mid ll e It nt lirntcly nml the new arrangement The pteant Detroit Ww. CLOsr. nusi.Ni.bS on novi:mhi:k is, 1920. falthfitl anil cheerfully at we can. noon hour In agreeable, harmonious Henry Vhii lyke. All roads lead to success in life. ompnny cine way In n dull, unevent::i:svH itcK-- s It is only those who lose their way ful resting period, Not a Bright Loans and discounts 12.6 It UT Microphone. who fail to arrive at their m cnlrtr In elof eon j''i'r. The Living Sra Ihe whale' inir i Hrace Total loan IMf.nll.VT "In cae you nnirr nrillce "H Notes and bills rediscountisl other than with Inct with Mr. Srntoti be.'ntie of the utii what are your prn"i-- ' scarcely iMTiep'tl'l" jet it I ald that fact that he had nlway hendeil ihe .1! I.'.'OO.OII Federal Reserve Hnnk. ,,3 1'.'" rtl.aOO.til) i wliut I can learn tiv nWrmriHi lr. Inttrliis: I o nrule tlmt u ulrl employee Hie whale Overdrafts, secured, nane; unscctirsl II, IS II. I a sort of tinder. all lli- - euli vnu .tin let It Irnck half a mile Many went tn work In other town, An exchange couched up a good It will take Deposited to secure circulation (U.S. bunds par " sWp crolni: ine have lo keep tier '11 ehiltii'- it to dle Instantly vulue cue uhen it raid that "any man who Life. r.o.000.00 distant will niiio and It wn her province to vllt Sen Owned and unpledged lajlOO.iH) is engaged in business is a fortune tun nnd ectire rii'nmmeinlntlti for War Saving Certificate and Thrift Stamps Hut it wasn't original. hunter." them. It somewhat oftetii'i hlf Imril A "Good Siort " actually owned Culte LlWely 8Hi.0o Total I'. S. (iovernment securities .Mn.'rletn Himii'ti Iwtlier wllh nil In nature to reallle the helpful lllielrth dl.llitOi) Here' n seavinnlii' 'li'lh'"HMi tij Olt- en,t.(e Stock uf Federal Reserve Hank f0 per cent wf re of the hiiliietlt,e II l ' "To nu Utile. rhitnilon to MnlMint'lit The cost of living has been reduced Ver Wendell Ilnliu-im overt suWnpUnn on Voting girl, who epn-3,300.00 mkm to wlntlr dltHlo in some lines. That only to show well: to rrow vielillv if In Value of bunking; house, ownrsl and unincumbered! 7,000,01) up; to own itp; to tiut their kliei Tlw rejHirt thai fHhlim-nW- e criticism at to hi dratle evai'tion. s Kiiuity in banking house . still to be lop-pe- d luck; to pay the 7,000.00 but still made him feel that he Im iIimx not eare War Vorfcr Tlmt l tlie liluhest If henlen. Furniture and fixture HOU.'JO In oir before we descend to some-thin- llti MirtMiiMliliiti.' flei hn erontiil the iieoet- - menu of cauvlng eoufiliMi, nnd n j fitr tin' w of ltilotl tyj Lawful reserve with Federal Reserve Hank . Xl,l!2l.3i ntterlng ill approaching nunm.l. wry ill,o'i hnvinc h i"iiier imini-11- I ome one illtre Trnlii'rllil in vault and net amounts due from National eiimiinlt of girl. who bad led t ("ash Hunk orolmtilv prottmtnre. on IB, 141 Hi afe. bappv life under Ihe old menage ' ' At the expense of nodety. we I'rnin I'nte Cause of Vertigo in the Ears Net amounts due from banks, bankers, ami trust l.m'ti Within a niottb there Proml.! over compumua in the Tinted States (other than suggest that a suIim iplion to this Vertlco, which I ipille omm.Mi. I the plant a ene of illriiitlon and included in Items II, -, or 1.1) 1,013. V paper woulii make an 'deal Christmas cntl'iil hy a deraliti'inenl of n tmui-tir- r Chinese Perfume. Halt Seuton eniUd not help Total of Items 2, 1.1, II, lo, and Id discontent lti,3ttl.U of different iirsim" loi'lndliiy iIh present for your friends at a distance. In China 'liimer ami at tlnwtrl-m- l hut notice Many of the evpert Checks on other banks in the same city or town eye or t.irtin. heiut. tniniich, kldne It I etitiHnary to S iup er.rly and shop ftt". nrfrnMH-of reporting; bank and other cash items fearing other ihange ami liifiiri S.SP M iind II Iim In en r'i'iiiU ili'i. i nln- -l provdl" gutI or "iMi'tamr wlili 'ltll il ellt' of llttHlMlt.V tilltllil m liedeiiiption fund with U. S. Treasurer, due from are owiit 10 lluil iniiiiy nt. 1'. S. Tnsisurer with 10 ..'l naii aiilrntil N'oImhI) llke--l 2,100.00 eek new employment. Ironl.u-- . Interest earned but not culles'ted approximate--- wl4n IhHr fliee Sent-i- l the new nriitirtetnr. hihI he fell It el wnlei-ft- tl 1( till Note and Hills Receivable not psvst due playing .n 't tin ire l.SAO.OO ater U at niueli uel In eoaaiK Several time when he met Onu'e on Other asssilt. If any Sjfetv First. in ttnirt would be ni mllou n 7'Jl.lt tion with 'mititn'i nnd the eerylay (lie treet he engaged tier III apirent. to work: Imii whost ilu seldom count, Ill I fet Hint hiiwl. ie I'ri'iwtniorv 10 "l.owinj imrin! mi hb,,!!, Iml inninsui Iv casual eoiiversallnu Tutal Sfi tfi,0!i2 they wished for tome, and nothing nwi lier Ms fiUluT Mild. '"" Itn ( 0 Uim AHieni ,1.1 .ll,tr.e there I wttm.tl. r I.IAHII.ITIH.S. . you a in iettltis n new linliv nt mi verv plcuscth liut rare accident. If .M.HM4 for ,u ((f lnmuxtUlH , M Capital Stock puid in. . ntmvV t. a. a, I'harlle ttiii'isht n " -.". lion.- S0.000.00 .0 - , h)i B(Mi, girl Httrticletl htm Surplus fund ;o 000.00 . liollionl lie' tPen nli. "Wm'iJ better itinie is 'i.t wi i.i a s. .... r..l. tl...- ,. ...- - of ,i.te Inllllirfin. ... n- - " ,titn. I'niiiviiled prullts lie ! daddy ; let's Jut rent on U.lMi.iif! inri'ful tliH an froMhle are ovil Advice. lie had Secretly be wlslnsl Less current expente. inturest, and tnxivs paid Milut. !, IUlt.lt' S.7S1.0; till Wo ee Imiw we lk' It. for Hilly U iImhi wimiIiIm he JiiIII1ih. Interest uml discount collected ur creditett In adolisilted her liefore he made the liiiinl "iij he It tlrud of Me ihal (I'luirlle thlm- Injiitllri. W'-rvance of maturity and not enrned, approxlmnte eliange Hint he plainly dlsierned wn Pec" 200.00 Circulating notes outstanding; iinfete III Mil t'!:lll 111 Journey his; It yell all the time." 18,01111. 00 iiusli a owe of hit i.oi heiietlcl'il 10 the general group I'lmrie M " Unit I. furry for Net u mounts due to nationnl bank toward MiUiillmi He talking III a llinliev way tii. there wa ' 'airl I.S78.72 Iiredn ! Certified checks outstanding ,. It, iiiithI hi pec. Me IlKit fornke VHHity heeeel-- . Try It ";U til) Ih. Ilbollt a IMrtO reirogrelori. a.s, 'tl Jill, l, and .I'ti. of ite-tiTotal It. Is at Id liiiirne)' end. Quartet. Wo may set It .1.. ,g ihe lar';. 1..I a Mailt a Brant "lie- a One lilonilng (tract" deposits subject to check Individual $ J.Siilf.fit, truth. I think, !mi Mi - us of mh ricto ii.nn iisv" ihl Mr "oit the heni'lie of the town Iter FeolUh to Affect Superiority. notmi) imd drudgeiv n it work jell- - e' w.M-"r "Wr. poorV atnl fattier out of friendship and yitiNiihy CertilliHtes of deposit (other than for money borrowed) 12.i!0O.00 .. .nil IIITurt tn sus to a giteM ,n rally show p.tir" Mr. had taken Ihe plnre of the watchlimn thai Neer iiffiH't IS i Ii payable, other than with Federal Rtwerve dlnplny cri'iiter kiiuwlili:e awukent put our emphals In ilo. "Ym olare rep.. rliHI illness Hunk (including all obligations representing of the plant, wtio had , lly iivereuint'. Vnu thai we have become eawiriHetl nsora mitai!iiilin iml gi so many fieraltei in money borrowed other thun rediscount) III his family. At eleven oYloefc Cmre Ifi.OUO.UO may Mum mure H .11 t (1.- - oilier fellow, ir. our work done and off air I iml he' always tiol of iiHiliey to ran over to the work to lake him n but khiinld let lilin 'iKun.r the fact hai.d ihau In I lie vm) we are doing tin Hue ito-- i . TOTAL . miC. I CHll It" ivanu lunch. She found ti lis bound Sriir,,0L.'J'j II Change the nilplli.. to Ihe latter. 1 If you wain lit ei I'l'rulli.n and ail'li! "lle' he gagged, nml n eoterle of Inirglar Lliibilities for rediscounls other than with Fed. imii Ii that In the otilee striving to open the afe ho tg ihe rfillMtloll will he matertl. 11; line. tell.. ami erul Reserve Hank (; ,ooo.o0 'i ho'-- The etie of drmlger) will vntlWl. MHi they're ai which at Hint e.peclnl time of the Making Kncwn an engagement. ..,i .1... ti... nr.. win l... w.. ttn. ... ...-- " " mouth held mi iliiuunll targe nmoiinl An unusual uay m iiiiiiiniiice Tutul contingent liabilities rtl.'.'OO.OO ,M iy Slinoti oilier nM-t't- . I of money nt n luiicliinn I to have enMoney In His Saws. Of the total loans uml discounts shown above, .amoii.it on which inhnsteneil to the mi. Qiibkly Hrrce 'I A Pole named l'li-'velope at eacli uuet plate Willi the .1 lriivelln terest und listoutu was charged ut nites in excass of those l erinitled by ("up." j from Aiuerlcu Ti Strangers In Language. law (.Sc.filU7. Rev. Slut.) (exclusive of nota upju wnlch total charge lo i.mu was taken lice. The burglar were apprehended ivonl. "A I'ortutie l"rm leuvllig the plant t 1.. in,All men are M limner- ill .u.....ti.. 11, ,i...- v If, ,' t I..., , ,. nut to exceed flO cv.iU was iiwule) was Jil'.Ti.'JO , There iir Ilihlde, the inline of tin elitfuuixl coil' The n imber of such ,,.tt, Just as 'ey were loans was 1. iim that would have seriously pie are found lilinlo Up fmiu tea leaves no two men on earth who speak the tViiterlmi road, l.iimloii r d removed wltli lunguiiKf Haiti place Ida owu to the liil'.rmar). lie ni only two crippled lit owner flmtiirhilly. STATU OF KENTUCKY, COUNTY OF CARRARD. SS: fcl ed to llie.euril. pa smile Ilecaiise lie knew his error because ludlvldunl niisiiiiiig in Ids wonls. With shillings tliri'iellie III l.i .nh iiiouey, I, L. (I. Duvnlson, Cashier uf the ubove named bank, do aolemnly ore of the group he bad treated so Ihe eir me word Hit 11 tnlk of ipilte nui iiiiiueii 111 uis cioiiii.1 nit nun j swear that th ubove stiitcmcnt is true to the best of my knowledge und Educational. different thing. And I ciuiliot he $111 gohi pii'es ami mpi r uinuey in unjustly had sin ed him from miI belief. tery luiHiriaiit part DuiicIiik plays liiiu my wonl will he Interpreted I (J. DAVIDSON, Cushier. Ills shoes went hie bankruptcy. Mark Se.iton told mid clrU In by him to whom Hie) are addressed. ttie vuluo of In the iiluciillim of found to bo very heavy, mid when (Jnire later thai he had decided tn Subscribed and sworn to before nie this -- M day of Nut 1U20 In tliu lietter clans families tho Japan. restore former condition. That Is the reason u l aged people Ihey were photographed by the S. C Denny, Notary Public. dancing teacher cme every other day, talk to themselves; Il Is Ihe habit of a IL' And. loving her, mid thus having My Commission expires January I I, 1U2I. largo rolut, prestimihly SID gold n cular practice l un affair of routtue, lifelong eii'rlclict Mabel Johnson new Interests In life and Ha Issues, were between the Correct Attest: and private enlertalniiients. where the Lclniid' Tmiishiliou of Arm Oar. leather and found hlddtii each boot when lie married nruce, her girl J. J. Walker. the soles of children perforin are arrnni;ed by Imrs'a "The I.0.1 I'allier." friends knew that her Influence would !. L. Wulkir. Hmoklyu Kugle. friendly fanalllea. Omaha flee. Mtluutt to protect their luiercsta. Shirley Hudson Director. COLUMBIA GRAFONOLAS. for the whole Price tlirlilns frli tloii " "I can I iindertaud I ellde dri-- i If we follo.e there Heed he no what .Mr illnt Sen Captal $50,000. Surplus iro,ooo. Honor Roll Hunk Vlce-1're- in ills nt. 'lli'hHri;e e ulne" the year. special CUT GLASS AND CHINA. show '0 Picard cnina, Hawks line this year. t .4 eli-.H- 1 - ''t la-e- n irol .i i.- l 1 t e 1 he-lu- g McROBERTS DRUG STORE. a i ly II.-- 1 tti -- r- H..'' t,,-,! ' "l-fali- CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK or i llatlnnl Oj:;f 11 1 11 I llil. 1111 11 e one-four- seven-fourth- k' ' j I r. j en-n- x ! I Hi-- - holt-ilHy- I - ; I I Shake-jK-are. r.-- a. . ' t- - re vla-i- e. 1 - k iitf v 11 s -- l,0l).i - r'; "t.l 1 .il-'- lill ' 11 1 "e it I 11 11 ,, r.i 1 J r :u 11 11 11 The Central Record, Lincaster, Ky Thursday Nov 25, 1920 WRIGLEYS The children love Writfley's-a- nd it's good for them. Made under conditions of f I I 11 , AGirllew Sytem n. Ai.nr.RSON u&Mmji0wiMnmmmBfnm j;j 1 15 t,,- JhcStranire Guest fly PHHCtVAt. I 8 K Why Are Skin Diseases So Difficult to Overcome? your skin brraka out with inc eruptions, tetter, rah, psoryaiU, or oil. r terrifying .seniors, temporary rc'.icf w'll ilo i hut little KtMxl, for foon nil thr inir and irritation l.uak cut reih with renewed fur, and yeu n realize that lo- a! r meilies h ns ointment, taken nnil will never rid you of r trouble. tho "ific troiiLles oriiirii.tc in uli- Hid, brut if you cxtct real tVhcn cc-n- a, nt r ullil a . I1K00K3 I ! a ii'tiif, tntl. S . trri . i - t ni i 'i.ir lie M fiii,nni r. Murk i Mnl ilnl, alill K the n ..'i me iii'.Hii' m'iI ll i.ii Mill "i Il'ill ml in Imt-Ifri- ti iiKMirli i rtnitnl. ii. tli'M he hll 1 iruu nf 'tartli-i- l Suti.n. with the 'tare nHer." Nnr Inlllilf IiiIikI h mii'iw.ti In i.!ti-Vi- itantinl rrlirf vnu thrnurh tho lilool. Tie !ip mnl Lrimt ikm v That l.lUer Pin Hi Ill4). il., n t'rltiknl tiHi it ll. lliii, mi- inur Mr i- - lii' 1,1,11. Hl.tt rl Ill In' limy . ivh4 R tln mi d Hlt In met.. n- absolute cleanliness and broutfht to them In Writley's sealed sanitary package. Satisfies the craving for sweets, aids digestion. sweetens breath, allays thirst and helps keep teeth clean. Costs little, benefits much. IWin.tMl n.aile ii. rc j. i tri Huler iiir(uliiihiit nf tli NiMt diMl tu id- - ntHNWTiti'rtli i if ..f ! Hnti he I emflnjrul fnr it.4'h V. illi'ii tin '! hm i.'h Murk . 1..l i, iin' I . I lHii. - tn-n- i IWrtranrl lnnT irtfr' il.wi tin iu ii nprletnr Ma ami unit.' , ti in tilt'. i iJVH'M l iibii a . In nwti fnr tan ciMirnl r ! I pnrli II. Ii fntrim i n 'iii-- m ti '.-tlx' arrival i,( s.m.ii It . iif tiiii - ir litMn ntHiin?" intbudil Hi nf n,,. i,.i,.r H, (Hrt HrttMi mul ,mi.. N,nr It i ! mi,m h Din n nt tint iHimn nt. Hunt NViiti .imh i,i WirkH 'ti tin- - tllili ft, ,rri- - lrti nf c'mil..t "Iimr rnHi'iiit retneily for this purpn l thn fini nhl lilnn.1 rrmi-.ltlvnt r uriflc tlic hloo.1 of diieaio .1 esrm , ihui r. jtorri the kln to u normal nnd healthv comllUnn. Ilein Liktnjf S.S toilay, and write n complete hmtory nf your rnc, nnd our medienl director will (five you expert advice without charge. Addrrti Chief Mrdieal r, 1C1 t,i lanta, Ga. Swift I.ihnrntory, M, kt thn Hull, in.r.. Wi At II - imt nf m TImt IwiI iiimirh in .f U'it,,, thiy iy hi.iiii-- I i :illlHiriii iilnt IW nil. int nml thnt )inr In ii- - ili-h- t M'm wi-- Inmi-ii- r Piithir mul tmi'luT tun rliil-Hn- lint MIiiw tn f miNil Imt M I . H 'I ' tlnlr "If nn l tlmir tii'trlil r Hilly in t,it ninrlrr i m-ri- - iti)nriH N iiimhIiiI ilmir lillitn ti n tln c nlil WHY NOT I if v Inn ti a lappy n't-ni'- i 4. IM tnHf fnt t'Ml .i rf ) ! l,i tv. txM mil tu r. ... Il- I if ii.- n Hi ! i 'Ii,.'. .T.i 'l imllV fr limiliii In Hit 'nti lllll r4Jii H .(r'l.Mc tli' HtM iHr-i- li i1 lhit In tn tn 'In I"- - llt hikIMllli rnnti- -t Tit rttlnil rnp'tut . i fuM.iiiii-- . iii n i t- t our i iti"- i.'i -- i t mni(-n-'.- tlfHt l twfc tll IhIi rimnir i i r; t. , t, ifiif-! Ill alt- - n' Still 5' Everywhere man '.ammv lit In i'r)niM ' (.'' i f .ir Hcii nl t'illi." Itolt -- iflH trttNiittlv. tmH unit re'k t kltit my lirtithi-r.- iin l, mnulilr i Wnlti r I, "Mliy On tin- mi- .rv . i . In Deposit Your and Become Independent The Garrard Bank & Trust Co. ! l il (,.-- ' tin mcl ! 'in' ' n r n ti Mnllli fri-'- fumt nxitx! It 'nt"y r lln llii'. III tinu-- - tun fi mi tiirlilns I inn i l h" lltrr' IHil li Li- - M tiinU r'tMiiil Nt. ' THE FLAVOR ll.llll' i mr lrlliiL-IWI.!.)!'. im rliini riitnl LASTS ,i,iiii..' - lt V) mi,luir' tin I f - Mr tl. ,i.i.. tin W l,. It h 'M wltli pi.ii,-,n, Sh iiin!itn tn mrn "lit U'nltrr irtK inU (,mi'tlfTii.i,- tnr trrnnil wltli it. lit nlt-ni- l nt liml thi- i.ii. - Itlrli tw) flnit-1- ) tin Wnlti-niiirnMMnr limn lindl m wrt.m. ifni.Mltattnn null ,ri...ft I IH nmrn hi fnrli-n- iit i ! I in. ml . Ni-- ' rt'itiilil ltT' "m- - iliri'I ti. Iii r In nj im lll ifctHrhti r '.rn( i hi- - imIk! In mil Hint .Mr Siatnti mIIi-N uiHiiati rutin In rr." ln Hlil. "lti itnt frii'iMl tulil ii Ki' -- :illr rtit th "111111111111 ihI IfiHlliti.l n imiI Sli T. Ji:t nt Il "I nn ir,ii-r- rlti hi-I- i (i'.' . ii tniln" IiIi rnlifl- - t. W J -- kLUf. 19P',17 MfJilng I'M - ')lt)k Ht n inrtmiltli. tn nlTnrt t.,f ..ful mi! im 'Ii ilH.M.'i,t-i- i i -,-- it tniiM r n mHIIus a ihhii. btir wlw t, n fi mi- - Mttli- - llml n vl lit n rlntiril Mr nillnc Itilil frliliil Unit lie lllll lint In' i iiir "t.iMttl lr.. MiiHicln if iiruiitiil. h In fun- I II- - -- n llu" ilr il MiHi!i-- r nil Imlr lui: Mini tn-ii milty. i.Hi' ln'N mut lini. fmliir" fmiry I. "I ilmi't ktHiH." mioui-rii- l Z&SSgSiSJJ A-15- 3 v Cllxitlill) . "Iilll In cini't ! lltllHMI lint tliHt tin fitnliiliif I'urt nf niir In In-l- l ili-H- i lm our lin-tlnm t n ili'crt-i- ' nml lm inmti I ilmi't Vtmu nrk nrtmilly Btri-itililln tin it inn in tin rltr rlir, uiir liilp l ii'iiiiiml iliniiriiic. Imt tirr ui Hfi llki- ii (Htnlly. writ Lnmrtit tip - !' tOCl'llllT. I "SkilM clean at any peed" nut mil'! tin- - rlrl li' jli-- i iluly iiiHitnirntiil. ns a Hrlltiu nf nf ltrr- n nf liiiolnitiil nml for In hImiI. fntnllli- - linil umii llli-- i Tin nf tin' Hi rLi'il tnci'tlu-ilrl nml iiiiiiii mrt filial mnliih m.w mil) ximiiic lni Tlw nlil nt ttmli rr hiiii tli ihrr:iiii:'imnt Tin iIihiimi . iHirtnntilmiK ihh'ii liimr In cnnMt-n i" ii "lull. irmwti! imiwtit ful rrolltie jwrli"! lirnn ltTlntlnl rnim Iti rlni run nf Hi imt ltli Mr. Sintim fi(t tliat 'In liml lny IiiiiiIiiI tli I'irl ti4n)ii H nrt 't MM ni'iit In mirk In ntlnr timtio ii It fiillnw.Hl nr.wlr. im-ti. nirr r - - !. ill.atllrl c' ni-n- 11 Hit I It lnr iriilltr llu Hi tun anil tlnfH It llt imtliltie. tin cn-fnr tin uifi mul thn lit'ti To Sharpn Seiners nm. lit- Hrii'n mi tn N'i'ltii'. Tim turn I ipilrkl; The "lllli"-! tn IH .in htm Ili ' -the neck '. nt t lmiir nt ink Mrnlt'iii. hnr'i-iiii- l Ntintlt irmt tlilnklnc it nil imt' of n tnnll e'n" Imttle n 'limiili tn cut nn the tnp f Ixittle. ntnl ilii'liNnl in mrt hnrk fnr ' tin ni-iimrnliiL Tlinn- mini' n litlit irttikli' nf rtiln nml. n In nn In. t'i-lllt nf ,'liitlilliL. Vl'i r Ml'IH'i il Iwik Ititn tin ititramv nf n lirnml Innrtwi) lni n rt ' "Stiii-- rmrn uptnlr " I tntirmit rnrnl nn nn IIIihiiIihIIiil-- ct"l iiti'i It mi him tliltik nf hnnii', fnrhliriv-i-ihIi- t fnr tlin ilv liml lui ti llc't. i itiil In r In M- lln liml Imt ki t , nml n lnc nf that, fnr It w I IhVi him nnly i.f tin was By lintm. . WhIiit tnM nml, r hlti'r n tnlililli'-ncii- l tHti nimli'iirn prnvm: ne ' In ilrn. tnnnnir nnil nrniitiii'iit. r;,"ii tlm tnlr elntinil nlnni; tlmti Int" 'In liiwrr ri"tnnriftit Imtii-i'nml ttii-tn tnkn Walter within lilo llnn. II. ttnn n llcht ni'r. rnat nf pii'iillHr pntlnrn nml IliU I I tin nrili, ntniniil n Im ny. hnlf hnltiil. tinlli-.- t Walti-ilni-l- y ntnl thi'ti Hliprnitdinil lilm. "ViiiltiC tnnn." Im ;ikn. 'lin tlm tliiii nml tn pnrtrki' I nf n vnrv tirlnri'lv niit'i-r"Why." mplliil Wnltir. -- iiilllm: nt tin imIiIUj- nf tlm pri,iiintnnri "l t,inu-ii'l- , - "iwliif" mrrnt I'M fnr rnim tn Altnfi. n tlirti MS tlrtWl In trf ht lurk. Tl ' i' timtilh t il-tl1l- ,rli nt inMk'tis; enhtncre tlltee 1'i'H fnr fU " ilcii-- of ii ' iiill e - Precleut 5hwl. Ke.r A ri'-i-'i 6. t r III,. l I. . ti n si'- - ''i .iar mniit - urn m I nn i.inii. -- i time Al!l IVItli i i m'" it itii-lit.- ii'i-iiii- i'ir : ','. flirt in II ml ,l nf ili' ! lief. fl.' l' ter put lhe.- il Hi.- tleli-. 'll lll'l lialr. il lllli I ae it'll i i i"ixr ii . ' 'i il . ll'l Hi Mil I Imlr let. if ur XI try-Iti- tin- . In-- i nilli'h lnt lui" - r COftb IS HIGH tn tHi-lilr- i! i Save One Third Of The Expense This Heating Your Home With A Winter inn t. il Moores Air Tight i Stoves nij Puns The Cheaper Grade Of Coal And - Si-- 'urn-l- iitiili-rtntn- l imi." Snim 11 riTnmtiii-iiilMtln- iiiHilmt Mifliiiiil lil ihi fnr Imnl "Very cntlii-ri-i) nll. frli'tiiN ; nrn ntlx-- fnr n i 1 A hullir- - "We dare anyone to knock it off " dealer, we stand ready and eager to prove that the Sharpies Suction-feecream separator does "skim clean at any speed." We will furnish reports of official tests, conducted by the U. S. Government, State Agricultural Colleges and experts of tha ctairy industry, that prove conclusively the truth of this Sharpies clnim. We do this gladly, knowing that backing us up is the world's largest manufacturer of cream separators the with Sharpies Separator Company proof upon proof, in black and white, of the remarkable ability of the d tmtiir .U'Hiis ' In riMlln nf tlin tini-llll- i liiilniIIW. ctrl. n- Sa Sharpies SHARPLES CftKAM SEPARATOR to get a the buttcrfnt nt any speed. Lastly, we will demonttrate to anyone that the Sharpies Separator, every day of ?ti ute, Skima clean at any speed. Any Sharpies will da the same. SUCTION-PKB- D j uter in this neighborhood BECKER & BALLARD. HKYANrSVIl.l.K. KY Such ii menl he tnhl Nellie nftrr-unrinml nlil It to hllii'-elf- . Inr two liniirx. nt n truly huicry man. Walter retelcil nt n talli of luxury mul plenty He thniikiil tin innn ulm liml Im Iteil hint when the repnt wn nut Hint mine ilnwn to the Mreet nlnne like h tun ii In n ilrentn. lie tnrtiil nt nnee fnr hi iHiHrilini: limi'-e-. Hnlf nr 'limn the hlnck, Jut nlir.nl of lilm a man nrtltu: Ml''lrlinty Meppiil fe'ii a ilnrk alley. The riint he ornt niiiv nttrNrteil the nttetitlon nf Wn'ler. It "n the nne he hint untlri'il nn hi Wnl-te- r In n flm-'Ni'iit frlcjully thnt the lurker hml lnleu tin- - cnrmi'tit ami hml Il H nut the III II llintli "". Ilii'l' tear ny lth tt. liliil'li my frleml." M.litt n nilnute riTtrniHl l Oiii iiinrnliif (iniii H.ke. Iitirrjlne in the trnti nml elr'i i till' IllTIl I'l nf till I'H IVr hlni In the enlliir "tnlen irn'riy. liml VHIHt'i' lit fllllllT nlll nf fr r.nt the tik thlif enilnl liml mini tin Hni ' nf tin- tiv .llpplns tt t of the tnrm. t r(ii'i illi i im liml nf tin i1hmi. nml itii'lilnc anv In lil fiimllv Ai i li'M ii ii'rtii'k iSm tn ilm iHi.iiii-- rimi 4? Walter rMti omt to tin1 unrko to tnki' lilm n In tell hl tnrv The uuiu-- nf tlm wnrill lllli Ii. Sin fniitul til til Imltnil ii wit exeiteilly rilintiini:el the cnrim-Mntiil encfi'il. ini'l ii 'nii'rfi nf IniririHr ri'Miilltii: ii Inrce imrkiu'e of ,n,. In tlin i. Illin tr!lnu In n"li llm My frli'iul rliil tlnii nf i'U hine ilnm im a in Hint lirlil nn ' itlMinll) Ihtui- - munntit Uit 'Ilint pneknee hnliN n er ten thntlVllil ilnlhlP III tilTOtllil V nf Uinliry. tioliiU. Whit mil I ltd for .Mill In (Jnlikly ilrr"- - linnti mil to tin' J" Tin liiircliir' vtrv titi'lii'iiiiril )otir illllpetiee Hint hnm-ttI liei'il n llllli' motley tn pny Jnt n tki'V hiti' Ii'iixlni: tin plnn' rrt uM tin t n'rlnii-- h ltli ii mm llml nf my wny liomn in my wife nml rrlpplitt I" ikmiit lliiiiiii'liilly replleil Wnlter frankly Iticmi'i- - In- - kni'M- - lil nrtnr Wife nml rhlhlretiT Thnt l In liml m Intere.llni: to it Imiely dlil hncln "nr. mil' nf tin iitiJiMly liml iiii-- i lilm frniii hi.I " ('nine. ,11 ihiuti nml tell me nhou lull) Xtnrk Mr iMikrilitr Ami hiilllin1 lie of npuli-nrito (irnri Inti-- r llmt lie hint I uml "jinpiithetli fnrniir rnliillnn. iitiiiih Wiiln r tolil the truth i nml tliuo limine Ami. Intlnp V tnry, "Inn he left Hie in ilt nrw lnti'ri't In tiff mid It '.iii-III Wiiin r rurrlel with him mitll.-ie-l w hen lii tnnrrliil flrnci'. t.rr c'enrry Kill all hK rherMittl fiir z frli'inU kui'iv that her Infliii'iiri' umilii plum, with hl niw friend an Inur-ett- d eootltiue to rutrct their lutrrvita frit mi fur life. l, ) Sti-rnllillMi-riiiiitii-lile- il tu til ilriftk- - iiirtlnn. tin Imt t'll itimt lilm frnl llmt In i h nl In nf iniMtis riiiifii-li'i- i. In khIIit'iis n mm rni' illtr-lm lml '"I r. riiminiitilty nf slrlt ' nfi Imiijn lift iiiiilr tti Wltliln n immili tiit ri irmti nvir f 4iitit ii Mnt tin mi unit illxnlllilll HiKt Sntitnn riHL'il mil lii'lp Mmiy f tin tk Imt tintlrifiMrtnic ntlmr i Iimii:i ami :nfi'ii ir Itfluil wltli n iti-- ' nf lii'tnMlltv NiiIhmIv llkiil fii'k liro rlllliiJIMftll. tin- timv irnirli'tnr. nml In fnlt it Si" nml tlnii" wlirti hi tih't llrum i n tin tni't In i tipiiiil tinr In Mi'i'ri'tr-IoimiiiI rntii'riillm. Imt srinlimih tirmirlil It iilmilt In tin iHlmr lumlli ii nml tin riult nf tin Iniimntlnil hi Tlx I'lrl Mttmrtnt litin Im it inmtiIlilliHMiri "f tll'tt" vlnw In fnlt tli In llnil Im lut inlnlk. llt rnliotlltl'll l.l'f Im full- - In' lililill ) flwiii' llmt In I'lHinh I'lllt'lli'lHl t llu Ki'tinr! crntlt rrltlHm - iinil i i'ii!li!i nirl wi-.i- iit nnil the tltlnti nne wnn't lt ilnwn until we IniM' tllliil the fmtrteeiitli chnlr." "I 'llllll Im Clinl til In nt nlir ferv-hi.- " nlil Walter 'linply, nml n few minute Inter fniitul hltn'-i-lntn nf it i pnrly nf men uho .tei n Ti -He "Im hnil Itnltiil tiietit mul hllil il nki' nil wnril tn ti'in, Imt Walter ilhl tint Intrnile ilfnn I tie n f iu-pnoen-lcm- Jnt 'nTtii thlrti-i'i- Inniiii't haw imt nrrlii'il. It . Wn l. mit n' Makes More Heat. All Kinds Of Heating Stoves and Ranges. The Prices Are Reasonable. Goodloe & Walker Bros. i"'rt ienernl riiiieriitlim. USED CAR SALE AT fl Sfl6RIFI6& We need the room for new cars and the used cars must go. K--l- o & Cv ht. h o o o m ft ft H- wiitr-lim- . . -l'i '. ) ilill-ilnii- ." cnii mi,ii ALL CARS IN A NO. 1 SHAPE. One i) wire wheel 1920 Buick Tour- incr . . $1500.00 14 1020 Roadster One M50.00 0 1 1920 Ford Truck, Worm Drive.500.00 One 1918 Ford Touring 350.00 One 1917 Lexington Touring,... 350.00 One 191S Dodge Touring, 750.00 One Buick Chain Drive Truck,. 400.t0 1915 Buick "4" One 5 500.00 K-C-2- o uliole-henrtei- ) Danville.;'Buick lncorKirateil Co ! West Walnut St., DANVILLE KY. Ti-- Cfnti Ml Record, Lancastor, Ky. Tluitsclny, Nov 25. 1920 X BIG DEDUCTIONS ON SUITS OVERCOATS AND TROUSERS One Extra Pair of Trousers FREE With Each Tailored Suit or Overcoat. The Glob" Tailoring Company of Cincinnati oiler, during the re.it of the month one pair of extra trousers with each suit or overcoat. The trousers always figure the price of the suit. The extra trousers Increase This is nn unusual ofTer, as it brings the price of your suit down the wear of your suit to the length of the time that two suits would last you. olfer. Kveryhody knows the Globe line. livery man who is in the slightest need of a suit or overcoat should take advantage of this money-savin- g one-third. one-thir- d Florsheim Shoes Stetson Hats Arrow Shirts Cooper Underwear Ball Band Rubbers Goodrich Rubber Boots U. S. "Rover" Coats Pfwenix Wool Shirts H. b. Lee Unionalls "Frat" Suits and Coats "Weather-proof- " "Collegian" Suits and Coats "Curlee" Suits and Coats Rain Coats Imported Gaberdine Coats "Perfection" Suits for Boys Grinnel Gloves Black Cat Hosiery Thermo Sweaters Fine Silk Neck-wea- r Suit Cases Army Shoes Traveling Bags Leather Leggins Sheep-line- d Coats. Mens Suits and Overcoats were $25.00 to $60.00 REDUCED TO $16.50 to $45.00 ALL MENS AND BOYS SUITS AND OVERCOATS SHARPLY REDUCED. Imported Velour Hats Italian Felt Hats Light-weight Obryan "Duck Head" Overalls reduced from $3.50 to $2.SO. EVERYTHING FOR MEN. YOUNG HEN AND BOYS. LOGAN taXimJOaasm & ANDERSON Fmut Hunter From Paint BROTHERS, M-s11 Lancaster, Ky. ii Classified Column 1 WJthr rjurj' November have been interesting and giving night I ttiil siM'e weather bureau The last 'if these special Quite a number fr 'in here attendIte.1 it ISTu services for the month will be bad ed the "Sliver Tea ' at the home Single insertion u a wuri Ctrcttd I'r.iUcnt Of National FOB SAI.K PBIVATr.LV: The Oalljr Thought. next Sunday. On tint .lay. which of Mrs. lleo. S. Conen. at Wilmore No ad taken for less than worthy of a The nntj ntmM-iitii- i Ai.ocial'on. residence now occupied by Mr. W. S. has been designated Membership Day, last Thursday afterno n. The menu in this column. No udt in thii 8 Knibry, on Danville street ami known tse man Is with himself, Mr, June ull members of the Christian Church consisted of fruit, stl.id. hum and column charged as the Silas Muss plrce. This place Col. Wootls Walker, of Paint Lick, living in Lancaster ind vicinity but prmento coffee sandwiches. and is in splendid repair, house with sev- one of the best known fox hound men .iot affiliating with the Ileal congre- mint. Thoe from here who atSeven insertion fur the Half Asleep rooms, city water nnd lights anil in the United State, wn elected pre- gation are especially invited to be tended were Med.itm-- . (' C Becker, en price of flre. Gnmpsml with what we mulu to good cistetn at dooi. two acres of sident of the National Association at iresent The member of th Ln-aste- J. II K.I wards and E II ILiltard, he? we are only half awake. U'llllmu Phone orders mint Ite paid land, line garden, g. .'ago ami some the national meeting wh'ch was held congregation dome to know all Misses .llah Dawes. Mnr) Belle Hal-- , Jatne promptly. tine fruit. Possession January 1st. at Crab Orchard lust w"k. County thttse better and to fra'ernite with comb and .Alile Mat Kslward und Ths Secret of buccest. .a XOCOWMJ.X'.a n Ktt.XJi.XX XA'XSOt Anyone de- Clerk J. V. Maupin of Richmond, who 'them more fellowship will be matual-- ' Mr llobert FMwnriis and terms reasonable The great seeret of success In llf siring to look over place, call Mr. J. makes the best secretary nnd treasur- Jy helpful and advance tHe interests I to he remly when opportunity comes. W. Klmore at (Iarr.ini Bank and er in the world, wh'.re fox- hounds of the Kingdom more rapidly The FOB SAI.K; Cooking stove. Dlsrsell. Optimistic Thought. Trust Company, or Clarence Creeii, are concerned, was again Miss Anvr.du Anderson. subject of the ermon at he morning The true lir nf a state Is plumper Phone :t"l-Paint Lick., Ky.lt. 'J. to that office. The other officr iserxice will be "Spilitual Conservu Ity at Iio'Jm- - niel re.pet't ntiroad Ootlmlitlc Thowotit. 30 nice voung ewes. FOB SAI.K: It. olectetl were as follows- 'ion." The subject f the evening The state Mnucs to nn man hoi t W. K. Lcavell, Home raited. First Vice Presnlei.t J. II. Wilder, , discourse will be "Ar. Church Mem- man ttelnngs to toe state VhJl Will Qfconit of Hlmf Lancaster, Ky. l a wart mi tlfr , " her Better Than of Vvncennes, Ala. Notice lie ntKfutt 'ul v Second Vice Pres.dent J. 1 Ka- father't fate. It Itstte l Is a Itlenilsli, , Changing Color. FOR SALK: Two registered Hit: All persons indebted to the estate tn rut It ntt Is pHliitut. Vistrrn I'rusnatzar. of Bichmoml. "An Irlstiinaii muy he :reen Inn Type Poland China boars. of Mary Bell Taylor, deceased, will erti. Third Vice President F. K. Hale, KKYANTSVU.LF. nh.1t" "Whefi be' In a t tf Hrewer Uyton. please pay the same now or as soon ' he rill " 'of Wilmington, Ohi:. i Wealth in Ictland at same become due. to me or to B. ('. Bose is on the sick lit. Uoorai'for rent Apply to Mr. my attorney, J. K. Kobinson, and all Fourth Vici Piesnient J. IL Mrs. it Irelnrnl rre rich' Seteral Cactus urows u K. M. Hill, Maple Avenue. Depew, of Spencer, W. Va. vrlilcti are, In the tliH .M!S. " Mr. lino. BroRildui a been on the In PSte nnd M'tetlie,-persons having claims against the esetla iecl- Ceorge B. Nye, of Director wltlt'l) ust-t- l In it'4'iliii; Jeutl fur the tteita nf rirtiis lm (sick list. tate of Mary Bell Taylor are hereby Waverly, O.; Dr. i.u.in of atf!ie ni eleetrleal In hearlnc Homir Howard, of eh l nr III fee In tieuhf properly-proveFOR SAI.K: New six horse power notified to present them v is in Cincinnati Mr. Henry Buble tninient" according to law, Immediate- Barnesville, Ca.; Sam Wooldridge, last week on business. gaMline catyrtac, Fairbanks and Morse 'U "' Spasmodic Sermon. B. Shouse, of Lexsale. ly, to the undersigned nr my attor- Versailles, Ky.; L nil Bos tmd cutier. Priced to Msssne rot Im wimhia't care much t ington, Ky., Judge J. M. Boss, of j Buy your smokeles, shell at Conn Mgt ko W. H. Burton.1 ney, J. K. Bobinson, of Lancaster, tMl-tf- . fsK cre.lt for what they i If ihey -- itnr,.: Jackson, Tenn.; B. L. Hayes, of Spen- Bros. $1.15 per box A tlltunt nn"- could set II for what they buy. -Lancaster,! Kentucky, W Va.; W. J. Leavtll, of Camp UJle- cer, lie If (MtlltiC LOST: On streets, in This November 8th., ttt'.'O. Corn wanted at highest market rent up nn Jts lmn llve-li He- Lung, of Jackson, Jamt JUlurday, ranieq.buatpin. Sea Modtrnlrrd Cyrus Taylor, Kxecutor of the 'Nelson, Ky,; T. C. Hudson and I'arnsu. ' nine Transcript W. S. Milion. of Biehmond, price. "Oh. nn. Kbe n ward. Mr. A. W. Kavanaugh. there ire Jnf Kstate of Mary Bell Taylor. Tenn.; as guotl hlnls In the nrgt eurr were) Miss Zillah Dawes was the guest a and Dr. W. K. Falhs. of Louisville; aiicht." Iloston Trsnerlpt All report showed that the Nation- - few day last week la Danville. Powder as Far Back As ?C0 a. C. Piollfic Ojnjn LOST: Yellow Shepherd pup, six It Is said the Korean made gun- at Association was never in a more The prinlui llll nf ilie liniiaiia Is Mrs Tmey Cheatham was the guest Polltenesa Wa i II. C eaunths old, in l.anousttr Saturday, powder a far bark a flourishing condition, nor was there of her sister, Mrs. John Hanim at trealer thin ihnt nf an- nther 1 Cactus Jne UJ iilitnl h i t.,aire anil a little November 20th. Any information more interest being taken in Bourne recently. ever Oldest Inhabitants. I7,10 Iltrnesa has nil a te-- . , lateir will niinnr.lls i'nteeii e Itiankfully received. Ph.ne 3.38-S- . this great sport. ' - nf lisiiitin- , .hi feulu-lt- t I'oull turtle ranging from .1,000,000 Mr. and Mrs. Ben N'jylor. of Buena line remnrkahlej In make hlui think I- '- , K. B. Bay It. Selection of the place for next Vista were Sunday ft'-- 'sts of Mr. and litiitil-re Is li 1'iinninlty frntn tllu-to 7.000,000 years In age. have bun fen i ii enmity, northern year'. meet will be decided later by Mrs. A B. Swop. found In San Sacrifice !t3W nr-- e farr.i; .1 mile j New Mexico. Juan i i Truth It the buard of director a:.. I officer. Wealth Mint Nerr Ot Boss. out of Ijinraster, rich laud; 5 room Mrs. Belle Davis, of Sulpher Wells ,i When folk Me Bich.-nonBegister. I t we itiiiiin.iiiil inir wealth, we shall If Corsets Used to Hide Defects. houte, out buildings, !food orchard is the guest of her xon, Mr. W. K. ... (, aiirrj iii"e Hi, If our wenllti nun- he rich ini'l free: It Is a fact well niithentlented that und plenty of water. Will trade for Davis and Mr. Davii truth h!llt te in. ,i mr Imltstl. W tducJticn in Ireland. inand" u we are gther property. Price right, terms nret were orlxlhiillt. inlnpteil. tint -- i,.tt Mr. Mershon, Mrisr Terry and are IhiiuIiI h) the eiit'lii) with the! IHI l'n-education The tiaiiii.ii nf r itmifnrl or health 'ml lit mnreal reasonable. J. W. Bcnzley, ililrutJttiitl iMii Ireliilnl III Kit t ' Jesr Hngan have returned from Cor-- i treniire In "iir own rnffer, Iturke Stilt Meat. olatlt defect. I'. O. Box 172, Lancaster. Ky. take the pluiv nt ilie Sitt iely for the bin after several day stay with relaThe ..fi'iMl. M'rel at tinnier was Place ol IMili'iitliin nf Hie I'tHir I'rinr to tint tives. Rtiniewlml miigh nlt'l little ltese tnie Day by Day. el nf reunite An Inn In eMahlHiineiit nf tile inillnlinl tyti'lil ' Kiery day Is n little life, and om It nitwe t'liil'lmllf when she aaM. "My, Mr and Mr. Guy Ktarcy and Mi, itiir this In- the arlionU li nl I tt ii i tiii'tiii'tril by the LOST: -- On Friday. Nov. l'Jth., n tillisser bill li( en ineat'K 'tIT." Blanche Askius, of Sulpher Well was whnle, life Is hut a day repentetl. rlitutU. nr er Bay mare in medium flesh, white face scription: "Five Mile I'rnm Any- churches n Ttiieu-iherefnre tint dare ne a tlnj Hurry." 1i lli"., with the guest lust Sunda of Mr. and Mrs. miiililiied liv eliarllnltle Uitlerrncc In Oilief, and white hind foot; between 11! and where No are tkinerti' tnllsal . Iime inai the help nf lirillitu fmiii the gtnerti-Inen- t. C. M. Dean. IVttnieii hoe off right front 15 saatek high; eerille ItlslinJ ullki illel ielee thai nil wnfHeti are llnre Clasa That Has No Leisure 'til iii.ii tlllTerrnl Men Mr. John Smith mil Mr. Atha llisl foot. Please notify Bobert Northern Leisure will ulun.v lie fniiinl liy iT- II Hiett are alike ami all il. .i ' Dun, of Danville were, called Sunday at Bourne, Ky, and I will pay for her mi iii know linu in eiiiplo) their t i 'iiielnnatl wniww lknulrer. PROGRAM Depths to Oe Avoided. to the betlsiile uf her mother, Mr, keepini; or cull J. II. Lambert at 'lie; Uiitae whn Mailt time are the. Ru-i Mitt Is tin' Utah whit Is t.itlti'llt t Happy Vista. Hamilton at 1 Mine. Itolund. tuple Mini tin tnithlne Bourne. JCy. Precious Relic. I In the hnvi'li nl Mrs. Bobert Hutchensun tnierf b I The ent nn nhleli St. Atnliew was Why Not? On Chris-- ! Mr. amidaughter wrettlltd Utili.tf Illtn the Beliahle man to sell WANTKD: and little fnd Mr. Thomas MM. wlthnlll f "Iler fi'Mi me " I In- - stttry ay. Then cnii'ltlel 's one of the iilnt preelmi " fa'rlr illvliiil'fll guaranteed roof and barn paints to relies in the Itmri'li nf St. Vletnr In tl like lt know? Ktery- Sutton, of Danville were Sunday ore depths ' Why not leit'hs art; for l!nl. tobacco fanners on heal warehouse lllllltf Mitr.-l- . wi'M Up In prlfe. WliJ guest of Mr. and Mrs. M. O. KenKtiins floor this winter. Keep indoor, OiniiM'i i rmige iilstt? Itintim Trail' BROADWAY CHRISTIAN CHURCH nedy. ite at once. Condenses) Wisdom. make bit proliU. I eript Jim lunKins. Mis Mayme Ballrrd entertained The easiest and iiinst tllnvt way to Bode Product Co., Burgin, Ky. LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY believe he Jllil I'liiikin- - n last Wednesday ufternoon at a "Sew-n- g Clifton Bo.l', Burgin, Ky. nr tiger or ntber wild I sn tn the devil I tn try tit Va an DECEMBER 7, 1920. Party" in honor of .Mr. John there Is us II"" t somtt one elM's entiviiMHt'. ilniiei'iniis lo Unman life us. tf. nnlinnl Vew Vnrk Sun. SSimpsnn of Nicholnjeille, Delight- a young whiiihu who In showing off to! For M. 10:30 Devotional. ful refreshments were served, FOR SAI.K: One 18 room house a rich uncle bow fast sho can ran her Proclamation of the Fundamental Insinuation. known as the Creamery Property In Mr. O. M. Moreland and Mis Xil new automobile. Teaching of Christianity. t uiny mt'iii funny tn jtenle. lah DavM' entertained with a "SewPaint Lick. Also I I acre of land 10. IS A. M. -- The Need of Such Pro. ing Hunker Hill Monument. but to the horse etlltnr nf ike 'fli.iiiiiis Party" Tuesday 'ifternoon om- onu mile from Paint Lick on Wulnut fllll umiiiimetit Is '.".'1 feet 2 Cat It appears like I lie fntk. Iii lint Hunker clamatioii, plementury to Mr. Jr tin Simpson, of Meadow Pike adjoining the Fruncl It Is tfl feet wlilp at Springs Ibat have n llifit-- e in lie Muck Indies In height II. II. Webb, Covington, Ky. Nlcholasville, who I place-- Vi P. Park, Paint Lick. Ky. the guest of Mr, the hiie nml I' feet I linliea sipnire up tlnn't use It. .Htunvi. Tbnniae 11:!0 A. M.What are the Funda-m?nt- J. Ilogun Ballard. 1 begin, Cut here the at the miii Teaching (f Christianity? The W. C T. L. met !a Thur-tla- y lllilit iltniiwiti l evi'ii hundred tuns of John Mullint, Maysville, Ky. FOB SAI.K:--homo place, eon. H' I'Ulhlliie It. tninli' Judge's Bright Idea. nt the home of Mr. Henry ! :20 A. M. i New Testament tuining ii.'l acres, wilti two ruom cot-was nttemptiiig In walk nlmu Mrs. Pickett nr i Miss Juanita Mtihods for Prod liming Funda. The Unconscious Leg. tivk'e and porrh, good cistern, tlOxlii the street mi tils hniids. A pntlceiuait jJoue. of Wilmore gsvj very interestThe Imij rt't t'Hitl a g.ih three J amteil Inn mil mentali. IhH tha or. barn, nil new. Lit Itirhmond ing talk. Delightfu' ri.freihment Inches lung ner his left e)i. left k lien I Wnrhl hud tiiriutl upside down. "Hose W. P. Crouch Carlisle, Ky. pike two mile from tancaster If of mem- - was illsliMiiteil und be wustaliirtl ii iiiimIi ill. I vmi I were served and a number 11 Open Discussion. tlrlnkr' akit tli.) Judsn. sold at once got' at i bargain, ( bera were present. rnnliiotl Mtiutid of left knee rap. Tin ".In-- ! niie u'u-- a nf wlnti." "Well." reand all kinds of Thos. V. Conn.1 Devotional 1:00 P. M Mr. C C. Becker entertained last leg ll llllinn lulls wbell picked lll marked llm Inilee. "It must have been The Training of Gospel Messenger. Wednesday at n neon day dinner. nml he un taken M hl bonio near by. I u 'it ' nlf elaaa " My residence uni FOB SALK: Won eaier tinreite 1:15 P. M. Do Our College Afford The guest were AScidnuie O. A. Crab Orchard Street with two acres' Mansion lor the Saul Adijuate Training? Near th Cuspldormltory. Jane Bose, Fannie . Bryant, I Bowling, of ground. House has eight rooms, SEE OR 1'HONE Make )iiureleii nista nf pleuant B, C. Foster, Springfield, Ky. : . j . ' W. A Kiiiisa aiinleiit who appear to thought, iiryant, nave Kankin, Jr., ullslUt IJoIir bright tialU, l ath room, hot and cold finelea. 1:55 V. M. -- Open Oiicussioft. be relaletl tit our old frleuit. lrr meniiHlif. tinlile hUtorltvs. faithful iy J. II. KdwoH. .MU Allle.Mtii water, electric lisjhta and all modern Mi Allle Mir Edwards und lllamlerliy was itearrlhlng the sunken I lies, irenaiite linin-o- s of pres'lnui and 7:30 P. M. Derotlonal. ' conveniences, Including all out build-- ) gardeu on tin si bonl campus, "lo lb restful iliiiii'.'hiH which rare raiinot disMr, Tliomu Hnr'Hi'irds. PUu ,1'lan and Pur8:00 P. M.jT-T- be lttg. Now occupied by A- - y, Kava. pi see where they had tulips." Urn Mid, turb, nor p.iln mnku Klooiiiy, nor por-rOn Wednesday Mrs. O. M. More-lan- d "(hf)'te now sot n row of aalleaswlth pose of the Restoratlot Movement, Lancaster, Ky. Pouession "Jan. 1st., 1921. I nugh. take away from u houses built Quick Service and Good Work P II. Welshiroer, Canton, Ohio. und Miss Kill.ih Dawes were some spltnoiiias In the center." Boa-to- n mIUiiiiii bands, for our soul to live Henry A. Moore. Phone 362 I)encd(ct40ti Transcript. Kuest at Mrs. Butler's reception in Ui. John Buskin. RATLSt .) FOB KKNT Cnrage adjoining the hotel fur year I 'JIM. Possession giv. en January Lst. For further infor- atiou call on Mrs. Ilelln Arnold Franc being' hunir WOODS WALKER Christian Church Notes 'Danville The Mahtt.i, guest married who Klizabeth to of SShrrn mid have The Heads Fox Hound Men observedpeci;l days uhle'iChurch been portMrLa., whichSuiiimerall. on Thankstuitk tUce thru at the ''liri-tia- Dally Thought. Hnrrnw remfinbenxl noeetens prtso nt Jnjr. I'nllnk. Lick successful -- ' ' r - B Nci-Churc- h Mem-ben?- - lt-ll-- ll.-h- eli . et -- n I , .i -- .) '' ' n i , , I 1 . U-4-- Km-lntn- l, t'r iimi-pii- t Ull-tf- titt.-r..H- M8-!!t.u- na l. ''e Conference tian Teaching itet-si- n il.-u- 't J Up-To-D- - Plumbing, Heating, Guttering, Roofing, ' i n'l My Me-Af- 1 1 0li Repairing, ncri-eln- s 0 11-1- 8 lit-p- Tin Work ! t j ... s, P.B.Williams&Co rt (10-14-t- f)