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Kaisers If They to 7, it being one of the hnrdest fought game of the nnd the Kentucky Dump Low locals worked hard throughout Uncontest. FOR ALMOST A HALF CENTURY On The Stanford boy got nwny in the first quarter for their firat nnd only Originator Of Famous "Klly'i Market. touchdown, while dipt. Holtzclaw at Improved Hurley." tied thut score in the same quarter by That the tobacco grower of Kencarrying the pigskin over and Cox tucky will get three time n much For almost n hnlf century Mr. II. kicking the goal. money for tho two hundred million L. Kelley hn been ncclaimed the The second quarter the ball wnt pound of good tobacco they have played up and down the field until rnised thi yenr a they will get for champion burley tobacco raiser of Cochnm wn called on to carry the the entire crop of three million Kentucky. Nearly fifty year ago, before the advent of "Loose Leaf ball when he rnn the ball nround end pound, if they fail to keep the Houses," Mr. Kelley shipped hi rait'JR yard for for the second touchoff the market, was the state- ing to the Louisville market, where down when the half ended. ment of Congressman J. Campell it invariably commanded the top The third quarter found both tide Cnntrill, himself a Inrg land owner price, (irndunlly his offering atholding like stone wnlls nnd S. I). und tobnrco raiser, on the eve of hi Cochran ued straight foot ball on the departure Saturday night for Wash- tracted the attention of the burley cent. visitor nnd succeeded In enrrying the ington to prepare for the coming ses- raisers, und he was importuned for For example, a Ford cur, which seed. So great became thl demand 22 horse power, cost ll.'t.UO for hall to the visitors thirty yard line, sion of Congress. of that Mr. Kelley conceived thcyldea realizing that time wa short nnd he the license, .'10 ccnU for the clerk' Mr. Cantrill has been in Kentucky of producing seed for sole. From fee and -- ti rent for the affidavit, was unable to advance the ball, he for the past two weeks, and he ha Jthc very outset his seed were In uc . called "Faithful Ilattli- - Ax" hack for levote d some time to personal lnves - jtl;mani making a tuLal of II.-!- ".I. , ,ht h(. couJ not b The old fee was t.00 for the a drop kick of 3fi yds. for three more ligation of the report .that the tolmc ' y Ui an een ,0 thu ta nQt. 1... .1 . IT ... .. !.l.ta li,ini.lHi. ..... .. n - hn. , 0C rro, , man t. nlucn Knicr license and "i cent for the fee, milkisi .,.,..,., " ,' the fourth quarter was the hard- with the result that he ha ,., dm ing n total of. Irt.'.Vi for the Ford. " ladsjeome to the conclusion, he said, that rl CnuT the new law, n Caditlac-- car est fought in the gnme. the locnl iu-.- . e to mi , . I...1.I J... I...H ,,r. .... ii- -imi " : '. inrec nuiiiuii .uun.i.-that weight, possibly f,,l00 pounds! noi more limn .l ,1,,.. Thl, ......p-.i,.-,,.- ,! yard line nnd carried the ball to their had been grown this year, nnd of ... ........ nnd cost $i,0U(), pays leM license iu .in.-- iui. ...M....J than the Ford owner the horse mwer 7 yard line when n costly fumble lost this a third is of low grade. is noted among tobacco growers for Mr. Cantrill urged the necessity of hu ,, ,n,t,rilv. ,, ,nr of the Cadillac according to the S. f"r ,,h"m tm',r clmnci' f(,r ,c"rin-- ' in hnm... I nal quarter. .Stanford punted out organiznt.on to all the grower. not A. K. motor power, it only 'Jl horM. nrc Juft M tu. fuct Umt hu ,, that he will ll'!nKvr 0M "ml Cox r,,n il only in the Hurley Tobacco (.rowers prewnleil .nwer. making the license .10 cent 'f only Aoemt,on. of which J. . Newman , es on the Sfi.tlDO Cndilliu than on back to the li ynrd line. hlmJe,f n( Brown The entire team displayed wonder- is the head, but m th l armer Ford runabout. wmch h(! ca) con,cil.ntioUlllj. rccom. ful know ledge of Font Hall and show- - Union. local unions of which are in .. . ... ,. The llrenie tags issued in (iarrard ed to th. throng of rooters that they'm.ary' every county. Mr. Cantrill , hil County for passenger enr will run had been well trained much to the M, ,t Wttlh. ttould be . from .J,7.i to it being es-" iu"K i.uiiinun us u tisfacticn of loaches Mcltobert great . y to the benefit the farmers .seller of Improved Hurley raiser .ino timated that the number of Tobacco in 'tostrengthentheirloc.il organiza- - Seodf th.s county will not run over J.0()().!"n''tarrUr he ha, a .UssatUf.ecl Cox uiu there with the goods fortiont by adjoining these farmers' customer. The tags start with No. I in Adnir , ycm ,n orH(.r that h(f s County und run m alphabetical order I"""" the ball back and for his drop , unions, as Well a uniting in n general at a throughout the I'JO counties of the "'lyrB'" Cochran. Kugene proved tlon. guard, he had copyrighted the firm The County Clerk is now nngle, while ,. . i. i. .... state .... . ... i i. ..ii'inen . me iu ceniucKy iwo ,,. uf ..j, Ke,l.y, & Song am, ready to issue the license and no de- - u w " " ' 001 " pmyer wiin ni ' '. I lay should be made in making your1 '""V. ,, , T' ". wnsv onKrP"m en- - nil of his seed are sold in package ,ml al w'" lMl ,00K c"ul" UCK ' noi greauy application. ,0!ir,nK tni tra,jc ,..). en iim-- enu runs. a. i. coenran courageu over me ouiiook lor prices ivni.. il,.,. i. "" who played Quarter ran hi team like (this fall, but after a careful and,ho have fM 5ce(, pUrportin(t to bo urauuu ai Leureviiini iiihi. iii.rsuKiuiuii, winin ims ,"jUst a good" as the Kelley seed and niece. ' ter Wn " C00' nea,'ei' a cu'l I'1' included my own tobacco in Scott Co. yet there has never been a seed offer court charged with a serious ofHe wa n member of the HuptM into fense, evidencing the lack of paren Last Weenies- - ami while on the defense was nnd tome of my neighbors in partical- - ed n the genuine nrticle, or in such 'hurch of tin city and had been since tal training and restraint. Many in all the play. The (iuards. Kl - i'y ult the big counties of Central Ken a manner ns to justify Mr. Kelley to i hi early youth Funeral service day. liott. Knvunaugh. Moore nnd Stagner tucky. I nm convinced that the yield institute proceedings for Infringe- modern practices into which the genhome last Friwere conducted at the i could be relied upon to hold their thi year in weight will not exceed I ment of his copyrighted eration has fallen were severely trade mark. day afternoon, by his pastor, Hev C. man at time and they played like the ability of the market to handle, as condurlt e to such delin Associated with Mr. Kelley in the Mr. Anna Ilalley announce I). Strother of the Uptit Church ase should be veteran of old. The playing of unless the quences. The remedy suggested and the marriage of htr daughter raising of this seed, and comprising sisted by Itev. II. S. Hudson, of the urged a being the most and Aldridge wa admired byicd on the market, in which case the the firm of.''B. - Kelley & Sons." are Lisa Kdlth Hdltxclaw-teffectite is PrcbytcriaifChurch, interment fol the re establishment all who witnesed the game, "Hig Hoy entire price fnhric will totter. For Messrs WeWi U. Kelley, Joe P..Kelley of the sanctuary lowing immediately after in the Hev Frank Nulsan Tinder Swope" was present all the time and thnt reason, it is necessarV' for the and Walter T. Kelley, hi sons, all in the individual, the home and the Wednesday, November twenty-fourt- h cemeterytime und time again he would go thru! growers to organize to kcup this low farm owners nnd producers of tobacchurch. The law, said he, I power .Nineteen hundred and twenty "We know when moon shall wax and the visitors line, nnd get his nyin be- - grade tobacco off the market. The co seed. All of these men are namAt Homo may less to make men gooil. It wane, hind the line of xcrimmage, wo feel mnnufneturer and buyers for Euro-sur- e ed in the copyright papers make it harder for a man to do wrong after January first as having When summer birds nfur. shall cross that we havo nn all k'entnrkv lenn trade are overstocked with thnt equal rights in the business. All of but It I not intended to lie the Wach KlrksviIIe, hy. the sea. The above announcement received iii-- i. School tnrkl- - in th.. tobacco. It actuallv will nut m.- - fnr these men nrc upright, honorable citier of righteousness. The church and i.r.nn nf When Autumn hues shall tinge the of stripping and hauling zens nnd expert Wl. W(JU,(, not i)nrt, for.jthe CMcn the home are the institutions intend by friend In Uncastcr is of unusual Kar, Stto,H. tobacco raiser and golden grain. ed for moral training. It is exceed inu resi. lor i.oin parties are wen ami Kvi olfT worti,y ulv vndi who ,)lay. it, if offered hi connection with the handlers, und in whose integrity the Hut who shall tench u when to look Ingly popular known here, especially the c,i ik,. College nrofessionnl breaking better leuf, and' can only linye. the fortunate that such n note of greatest dependnnce mny be placed. for thee. Oh Heath?" of demoralizing the mar-k- c warning is struck by one so high in groom, who .pent most of hi boy up eVl.ry ,,,ay all, MnK 0 tMr t0M As it the case wherever any mer hood day here, being n son of Hev. throughout the gnme. they were The growers will suffer no loss, chandise achieves a marked success, office and tine who enjoy none reand Mrs. Tinder. The Interior ,hr t,nn i.nu-..W. O. Goodloe spect and confidence of the the i but rather Mrs. ,.,.i gain largely by holding there arc imitator and producers people of following nccount of Stnpp. these low grades at home. as doe Judge Hardin. He ha placed Journal hn the seed heralded ns "just ns good as Few the community under n lasting debt me weililing; Murine- - the Succumbs Kuropo utually take this tobac ...v..ml These imitations have sprung A beautiful home wedding was 'knocked out' but the "Magic Touch" eo off our hands, but just now Kuropo up, grower of gratitude to him for hi timely adhave tried them out, but Months Illness. solemnized nt the home of Mr. W. It. of the Team physicinn. Dr. V. G. i not nble to pay the Interest on her have - Interior Journal. dress. eventually reverted to the old ' hinuuird they were Underwood, grandfather of the bride 0. K. and readv debts, nnd since there is no demand reliable, "Kelley's Improved." Other In the death of Mr. W O. Good-loon Novembor'24th., when Hev. F. N.'to play ball. frum that source and American imitations will undoubtedly spring Office Moved which occurred last Thanksgiving Tinder .Jr.. nnd Miss Lissn Holtx- The all around playing of Hryant manufacturers are overstocked with up, but only to meet a like fate, and Lipscomb and Lipscomb, Chiropra- claw were miule one. It wa a vcrylfor morning about .1 o'clock, at the home the visitor wu ndmired by all thnt class of leaf, it would not pay- the tobacco grower who i desirous of her brother, Joe McCormlck, in ctor, have moved their offices to the quiet lovely utiair, quite in keeping! The .Stanford lad played good clean to strip and haul that kind of to- of raising tobacco which ha all the Asheville, N. C, Ijincaster lose one Central Itrcord building, whert' they with the bride. The father of theiFoot Hall and Mr. Cancer of Stan- - bacco to market. It would be no necessary essentials, numely, weight, of it noblest women nnd the com- may be consulted every Monday, groom officatcd, performing the ring ford ha an excellent team, sacrifice to the grower to hold it off color nnd class, invariably harks back munity one of It most beloved mem- Wednesday and Friday, from tii'AO to ceremony. Just before the ceremony Time of Quarter 15 minute, the market und redry it. If it is held to his first love and grows tSrom Miss Klixabeth lliggm sang "He-Iteferee ber. Death was due to stomuch 1 ;IIO A. M. ."Ited" ltoberts Centre, off the market, and held generally. Kelley's seed. trouble, nnd followed mi llloes of Knncy cause. .Miss Jlury .Moore Head Linesman. ..Alumni Wilniot that mean that not over two hundred The Messrs Kelley are anticipating I months. Hoping to regain plu)ed Lohengrin's wedding march, Umpire Morgan Centre. million pounds will be marketed and nn unprecedented demand for their her health, she went to Asheville that the growers will get u good price seed this year, and have a goodly We announced In our last issue a the bridal party entered nnd ilur - ll - 11. S. about four month ago and every- that the ladles .Missionary Society ing the ceremony Schumnn's Hnyi Time Keepers "20" Miller und for it, for the manufacturer will not amount of seed on hand, nil hand Dreams, thing that weillr.il science and skill would serve hot chocolate free The groom has been the McCarthy. hesitate to buy ut good price if that cleaned nnd free from disease, at there could do, wa done for her but to no their exchange next Saturday. The pastor of the Hubble church for a'I Coache: Ijincatter, McKoberta and amount of tobacco i offered, for that having been no "rust" "wildfire" or avail rhornhtt.. will tint li.i fr... hut n number of years, und ha endeared ' Carrier. Stanford: Francis. Caput amount will be needed by them. other of the prevailing diseases, on Mr, (loodloo was 47 year .,1.1 ami; mnl c, and every member. Holtzclaw, L II. S., Wnlters. S. II. S. "If Kentucky ha to return nt any- or adjoining their farm, nnd they ((f flu, nnU wj)1 (0 himself to e.u-by her husband, Mr, W. mlide, nnd tt survived time in the future to the old schedule hope to be nble to supply the demand if a doughnut is added, who regret to see him leave. Mis O. (loodloe, of tin city, one sister, Holtzclaw it the oldest daughter of of prices, it will m inn tho loss of of their customers with a quality ten cent! will he charged. Sells of Mrs. Anna llniley nnd hn spent her Mm. Jinuuic .Itumscy, of Aihetillo their farms tu many of the growers seed which they can give the same (l- Mrj Swinebroad, who had and the loss of many of the comforts nml one brother, Mr. Joe McCormick, life in Stanford; lovely of face nndcheerful recommendation which they Imposition, she has endeared herself '""rge of the sale of Mr. K. P. Grow- - that our children in the burley belt have also of Asheville. always given the "Kelley's ImGoodloe wa a woman of That' the thing for which we are to her many friend. The bride was 101,1 Saturday sold the place to Mr. have enjoyed for the pail eight or proved Hurley Mr. Tobacco Seed." charming personality gracious man- striving. Some one must take the in- attired in n lovely dark blue Char- - Herman Dooliu for $3,225. Thtro Jen years of good price. I want to urge nil the farmers to get together ner nml beautiful Christian character. itiative; .tome one must blaze the meute drew, large black picture hat, were several bidders. Cashier trail; some one must do bigger nnd arrying brides' rose and never look She wn u member cf the and stick together for the benefit of Mr. It. G. Woods, cashier of the I'rcsbyterinn Churcn und while in better things; some one mutt over- ed lovelier. thuuelvet and for the benefit of all. Her going nwny dres Does Your Peoples Hank nt Paint Lick, was in good health wa an Active church und come competition, tame ape must wu dark blue They had just a well throw their hand embroidered dominate the field in which wo are gabadine. Amid n shower of congracharity worker. leaf on the ground us to bring the city last Monday ami settled the to market. The profit tulations ami heurty wishes for a life To her immediate family her loss particularly Interested. will be tuxes for his customers, with sheriff Then bring it to Denthernge Ilros., it Who I that some one? In the long voyage of happiness, and the about the same. The only way to A. K. Walker, the total amount reach is, of course, Irrepurnblo, to the comfor we can tlx it. We hnve an exmake such u movement hold off these ing $l,000. This has been munity where he was known and be- Lumber mid llullding Material busi- soft, sweet melody of Mendelssohn's pert Itudiator man with Mr. us now and u vacancy ness, wo answer, It is the Hastin wedding march, they left driving to low grades a success Is to organize Woods custom for a number of years loved, her passing leaves we guarantee nil our work. Try us Lumber Company. nnd for all who nre interested in the und naturally his depositors are' very that cunnot bo filled. Danville, where they took the train once and save money. Once u There it nothing egotistical in the for Cincinnati und other points. Mr, reached (.unenster tobacco growers, business men nnd grateful for this courtesy. The remain customer always one, Phone 20 1. latt Friday morning and were taken above claim, for it is a fact. Huu-- 1 Tinder, on his return, will resume his It. Deutheruge Hro., Intcaiter, Ky. the press included, to impress upon to thu home of Mr. A. 11. Denny on dreils of customers each year beat n duties ut the High School until some the growers tho importance of fold- break down the market, which will ing back their low grades until the be the inevitable result of their offer Richmond street. Short and appro- path tu our door, because they know j time Inter when he and his bonnie good tobacco is marketed If not en- ing it. No concerted action to with. priate wire conducted At thu that we are thoroughly reliable and lirtile will go to Kirktville, where he gravu in the LueaaUr cemetery by trustworthy. We have made many will have charge of the church there. Contentment exists when WEST. tirely so fur u this year's market hold this cheap tobacco is posaibto Lev. II. it. Hudson, Friday afternoon, sacrifices to gain the people's confi- May their Uvea be one of bliWul rKTRO ia uted. Oils that penetrate, is concerned. without thorough orgunlzatlon. If targe concourse of dence, and today our business is peace and happiness is the wish of gas ttat vibrates, gives power untold. aurrounded by "Tho farmers who do market this this organisation is effected and if the friend and relative, to pay their second to nan in Central Kentucky. their many friends. A very delight- Get the best and see the "difference." lour grado leaf ure not only their own growers will follow the advice of their Public Recognition is the Creator ful butfet luncheon was enjoyed just WuUh for the "KED THUCK." last tribute to till beloved woman, enemies but enemies to their neigh- friends, good price will be paid for whoso passing has made many heart of Leadership. before Mr. und Mr. Tinder took their Sold exclusively by W. 3. Carrier, bors and tho tobacco Industry. All what tobacco of the l'J20 crop is S).2.tf. sad. Hattin Lumber Company, departure. (It.) Phone 53. they cun do by marketing it is to marketed." of all the rhurrhe a Member well i of no church nlTllinlion, The sudden and untimely death of tin-- laitll church Sunday Logan lnt Wednesday crowded Mr Hugh T. where Uiey hennl with pleasure afternoon, November 21th., brought niKht. hy Judge Chat, grief anil sorrow to the entire citizen, nnd profit an address ondi A. Hardin, on "Some Moral ship, for the passing of n true, noble tlon a Viewed hy a Jurist." Spirit and sincere mnn In these time I no of ed singing wa led hy member He win endeared to sniull rnlmnlty nil the choir. Itrv I' - llrilce rem nil who tourheil hi life and hi high Scripture, nnd Itev. Ilrnzcltnn butlnc ideal ami In ilevotlun to hi the prayer. The and Arnold friends, won for him the respect nml tpcokt-wa introduced by Itev J ntri'in th.it has come to few that ('. Taylor. Quoting the preamble of were horn nml reared among ui. the Constitution. Judge llnrdln em Few men In the county had a wider phasixed the fact that the govern Ill manly hearing. of friend. circle t rest upon the Indlvlduul nm . of honor, hi loyalty hi high not upon any cIbm of men; that the .11 ,....,i.i,..i" i i.-.- i.. ... i , .... u(hmi .1 nillilllt'n to hold both old nnd young. Hitter wcuare oi uir ruuiiiry Usr loyally of each man, woman and the'tear that fell upon hi bier; sad- child to the law and ideal of the dened the friend upon who lip hi law wa nothing more nor Hand; name rested last Thursday; Irrepar- less that than the expreaaed wilt of the able the lo. to the city and county. people. He cited recent tatitic to While waiting upon a cuitomer in show that the average intelligence of hi tore last Weilnrsday nfternnon, the criminal class in various penlten he wa suddenly seized with evere tlarieit cf the country is higher than pain In the head nnd he nuked that that nf our expeditionary force in a doctor xf sent for. Friend with danger and the recent war. That the I)r Klliott alttcil him to n car confronting u today Is the cr.inmal h wai immediately removed lo hi educated Street, but he tlass from the sober, llolshevtsm, urn! home on Danville intelligent mind; that so Kradually grew worse and death musrampant in F.uropc, i invading our ed by n cerebral hemorrhage, relict ed own tnnd'nnd endangering ""Safety hit aulTering a few minute later. Judge sui t Although only 51) yrnr of age. he of our Institutions. The that bt seventeen ears' service In wa probably, from a standpoint of thi distrirt had brought him very nertiri-- , the oldest business man In people and that they had t ie city of Ijincaster For several close to the become very dear to him. Hernuse Ia mayor of the city year he serve. of thu intimacy he felt free to throw-ouan I made a splendid official a word of warning without fear of hi death he wa At the time f being misunderstood. Spanking president of the Uincnttrr Hullding of recent conspiracies to rob rail and loan Association and senior roadt and distilleries, he said that riemU-of the firm of Iigan and the fact that these were the result Anderson llrothrr of this city. of studied plans laid by men whose He l survived by his widow, Mr K'trml nnd educational standing war Mary Friable l.ognn and stepdaugh higher citirenship imliruted Fribie and two ranted ter. Mis (ilady the progress of the criminal mind. M Logan, of John brothers, He referred feelingly to the instance New York City nnd Mr K. A. l.ogan, of some delinquent boyx and girls lloyle County, and several nephew of of splendid families being brought r im-nc 1 GREAT CROWD AUTO LICENSE LANCASTER HIGH MUST KEEP OUT TRUTH Claimed By Death. Hear Judge Hardin Ad - jAIust Wallops Stanford CHEAP TOBACCO. NOTFICTION fic $QQUrQA From -SCORE TO 7. WELL KNOWN AND POPULAR dress Union Church Cantrill Says Burley Establishes B.L. Kelley County Clerk Services At CITIZEN SUCCUMBS SUD. High School Foot The And Sons Champion ...... O t. ...... flt'fiVVnis: Will Lose The new state motor law provide imiii T ouimoru irnin ficifiiicn DENLY FROM CEREBRAL Stanford. that nil owner of automobiles must High here Inst Friday by the score of HUGH T. LOGAN . ! 17 j I1..II A- -t. I L.. I HEMORRHAGE. ..., - procure their State tlrense for H'- -l from the County Clerk instead of from the State Tax Commission nt Frankfort, n has heretofore been the cnie. Thi new law wn passed by the latt Republican legislature. Illunks similar to the one formerly Used must be filled out before a notary public or officer authorized to mlministi-- r oaths before the license will be issued. The license fee for passenger curs ha been placed nt 00 cent per home power nnd the County Clerk I ullowed n fee of .'10 cent for issuing the license after the application affidavit ha been lllled out. If the clerk fills out the affidavit he charges nnd additional fee of 2.1 1 17 Heavily Tobacco Of Grades e . I i 1 1 . ,, ,,.- I . ,,,. JTL 1 ... ... ! te 'ci t &4.-J0- 1 ,,,.,, ,l, .'i "Viu r . "'" . , 1 Mr-w- r "Tu ' POPULAR COUPLE Married 1 ' s dump-Swop- I- - ef-fe- e: , After ." e, - i 1 1 Error Corrected Another Leadership Generous Radiator e Leak? Satisfaction Prevails. The Central Record. Lancastei . Kv.. Thursday Dec 2, I 920 MAKKSBUKY Itcv. It GIVE WOODWORK J. SknpR ha been suffer itiK Rtrntly for the past week from ii cnrbtinclcx on his neck. Mr W I.. Doolln and Pave Knnkln DILIGENT CARE Treatment That Oiled, Painted, Waxed and Varnished Floors Should Receive. SV f AWM.. ft- - J I". R. E. McROBERTS, Lancaster, Kentucky. I'Ifil! On 10 A. M. Wo will soil p uu Saturday, December 11th at our home on Judson pike throe miles North of Lancaster, our household and kitchen furniture consisting of bedsteads, dressers, tables, chairs, feather bed, some quilts and home-mad- e blankets, all our dishes, cook- have returned from n trip to the mountain where they enjoyed n bird hunt The Utlie Working Society decided at tlie Inst meetlnc to take order Any Company. for the Ijukin .nemlier who desire any of Utrkin' ..nut can report to Mt. II. I.. ( .irk The society will meet with Mr. I! .S. Chirk next Thursday wreck oceured last Sutnlax at men when n larger touring enr crash-- i P. S. I .nto a runabout driven lx S,in- while making a turn mt hi l irate, tie little car a carried feet The farce of the car wa tapped hy 1'tith car being driven in- It i said the car a irate pot. .uit driven at leant 3(1 Hide per hour. Mi Sntli Umi Nalor, the iter of f ho driver was thrown from her seat .ind landed between the two tar -va picked up unconseiou. hut re-Mortive administered hy kind friend brought Miss ami ii little rest Naylor in condition to be enrried ihome Peath to the occupant of the 'little car would have been inevitable had not Mr. Naylor swerved hi car i a to strike the engine of the little car instead of the body. All the from part:e were coining home church. The young boy a well a older one, who swing a round curve nt .10 mile or more should take warnWe are glad ing frein thl acclHent. I to rerart that .Mis Arnold i getting nicely and wn only left with alnn a few brume. scv-iraI FEW HINTS BY SPECIALISTS Toll your mother Unflnlthtd Wood Surface! Abiorb Qreatt and Dirt More Readily Than Thoie With Porei Filled Covering WimmI Kemp's Balsam -- for Kitchen. fiirnit a Inrgo iiercentnce of thnt tnuit he ennil U In a home. The following pucci'MIim oln)lntM of tl i made ly liiiiiM'hnld I'nltiil Stalls tU'iKirtnii'tit of Acrleiil lure lire In help the lintlvkii'lxT to ireene nnd kip In pmil eimdl tloti the wimmI, l.dtli In the Interior of tlie houi ItM'lf nnd III the furniture t I'lilllil'luil winkI Kiirfnreo H create and dirt inure rvadlly, are more llkolj to flnin. ami are harder to kii p i thiin tlin-- i' In whlrh tin I'oren of tin' winkI tiro tllliil with taitiNli. oil. Hiliit. or other llnlli In ifinTnl n Ihmii oliimlit inntaln a fi lllitliiMnil wimm nrfwri '. h MitMi' may In the kill In n. fur example. hy llnl.liliii or roxerlnr he rl.n,r hy eotoriin; the tnlito with HiiotitiHi. nr line, met hy lnt Ins or .irHlhlHi; the ri- -t of the Mirfni-ei- i CJIM will stop that cough, I till. My mother gives it to me when I got a cough, nnd you don't hum all the time." And Johnnie is right, too. I Got a bottle now from your g druj gist. s !! i r. mov. v. v. ii Ki:roRT 3" or Tin: conoition Of Tli. CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK :u:st in ks. t I.arm ami lleount Total liKUm Note and Idlln riillicotintiil other than with . I'edernl lteervr Hank .rtl.aon.00 Overdrafts, necured, narie; untecunsl Oemxited to necure eirrulntion (U.S. I mink wr (iiivernwent wurltle. StneU of Federal Iteserve Hank 50 jter rent af v.ilue Owneil and unpl(sli;iMl War Snvinii ("ertilirnte netually owneil Il"r !' ci.osi: or husinuss on novi:miu:k ts. i2o. IJ2.&l.t7 No. 2H8H. OF I.ANt'AS1i;i:. KKNTl t KY. AT TIIK th.5l.7 r, 1,100.00 Unfmulied Surfacet. may t'nlrMllni hihkI rf with tin- - grain ( the wimhI. Ins: mnll iiwnilth" of water awl a Scrubbing tiilM II. IS IO.UOO.00 JII8tl.t"7 IS II, ing stove, almost new, and a lot of canned another week we give something for almost nothing. And Elberta peaches, 15 quarts of preserves and jam. How Any Girl Can Have Pretty Eyes ...... 20 glasses of jelly. . . . ilry. ir nlkiill-- . ami loo iiooli you Slri'lii: wiiii-- r 'lurkiii wol ami ma) "f'on It If ihrt I'linii'it Ih writ ' ii' mil nali-- i n x win I m h .is t "i.. .nhI or 4.it. nil pmiiU'i I .' .in titiii. .' 'i'iii. rlni'! Illi a I'hHh "l .liar wail r. ami mh. lii wrnm J1.KHI.O0 and Tarift .StomM 8 Totnll'. 1.00 S. (t,llrt.OO 1.300.00 7,000,00 tOH.10 rtfioil ii- - Furniture and fixture .Ulmrriptloil Value of hankini; ownetl and unincumbered lrfUlty in Imnkitik' hnuie.. hue, . ... 7,100,00 One good family horse, one buggy and one set of good buggy harness. No Kir! (.r woman i nrrtt) if her eye are red, stained or nave dark ring. Simple witchhnzel, camphor, a mixed in Terms liberal. hydrnti. etc., it eye wash, will brighten the eye and a week' use will surprise you with Janet and Lucy Shearer. Capt. Am Bourne, Auctioneer. Qt'lCK results. Regular use of j keep healthy, the eye sparkling and vivaciou. The quick! Painty traiigo will please you ee cup FI'KK. McIJobert Drug Store. (Advert. sement ) N'rt aniounu due from com men in the meludml in Item. Total of Itemx 12. I Check an other txink of ri'rMirtlni; liank Ki'ilvmiition fund with l'h llanki. lawful renerve with Fwleral Itenervo llauL in ui lilt nnd net ntmtunU due (rata National itl.lHIJIO .. !tik, Umteil ()'r t l S. Treasurer liiterrat enrneil IkjI nat c4lietl- - iirMxtHtte d IliUe HefciHmUe mU mi iHr on Nate hmM. if nay and other each ttenw. .. . U. S. Tranrr, due frem II. IX. ur 1.11 I. 11. 15. and Id in the Mime elty iKinkem, nml trunt State (alher tkam - li.lM'.fl VJ,1$.U I.OIl.ltl r ... twn lsU.lli! JM.0" 1H.I til. H iM.OVt.W O,Q.0O tlO.OOO.OO T..tal I.IAIIIIilTIHS. I ' iividetl prelltn l.t rurrvnt expenten, Sjrplu. fund ii .tal Sioek paid Ih BUY A HOME s t U.c ! i Water on Any oliiM.tfi. In Lancaster AT Woodwork. I I rt,lOO.J inteiect, ami tnxn yaM Ii.ti rnt and diieount rolleetixl ar eretliUM in ad vanre nf maturity nnd Ht earnoil. apirxkBte ( riutntini; note vuutandini; Vet nmountii due to iintlorml Iwnk (:rtitiet check oulatandini; T. tal ,.f It.'ii l.v 1'J :n. .11. and 11 I.eW.M I r. i x dual delimits auhjeet to ehet-k- . ( trtih. ate. of detHit (utker than far Moaey borrowed) , Hill oayal4.'. alher than with Kaerve ltank (iMhidlNK all alNMiUNt refirtiHiatlni: kwrrawMl ather tkafl rmiVftWHU) I,H10.'JI h.76l.0S 2,500.00 10,500.00 ... I,57f.72 210.00 91 t i.!nl.&tl Pdrl Il.fl00.00 tft.OOO.M Inn I. I (M ntin MMtlH Mille hi .. , w,l IY .,..ril t inn-!' The WihmI lied i t'ii. tnl. llilnlv Willi ihf lr). anI llien tli..rial.l til arc iiwllt all IIim" of Hi.- .ll.itil'l ..!iitl..ti. TOTAL !.tabtliUiia 4lft.9l2.t0 far redbMint other than ltank HnliiHtle wUa Pod- - eral ToUl Of tb ltotre iVJ0.9 t.liU(UH m ' . AUCTION SALE Saturday, Deo 4th, 2:30 O'CLOCK THE PROPERTY OF JAS. B. SANDERS, ON CORNER OF STANFORD AND CRAB ORCHARD STREET. Good dwelling of (i rooms, hall and 8 porches, garage, coal house and hen house. Nice yard with frontage on both streets. A dandy garden. A nice place to live and very convenient for the business man. Will also sell a splendid lot suitable for a business hous, fronting on Crab Orchard Street and the alley next to Hudson and Farnau. Investigate this property. Look it over before day i sale. Remember the bidders fix the price and it is up for the "HIGH DOLLAR" and don't forget the date. Saturday, Dec. 4th. at 2:30 o'clock. Sale conducted by nwM ! atHwM1! i ii i'. if iimIM. in ortk l hard n 'I v,''l-i- t eivaM autl txirM II I -- . n an Mtbie p. off with a knife. 'lie Mt xrnNwil with a waahlnc p- c:.. or il nuilmi. If the - 1'i.rk. a pave taarfo of fuller' .' I n.i naiir tlti im untilbrl i. ie -- nli eri IM)lt 'Ii ,.Iii i . Wlttt'C In- - i .1 1 1' i ' (III a iv nn I! i' tl ll i 'i wbl ,hi nll rtotl. 'pariiirl). in Wfll I mllalte Im imI tn-- h .r ill.-.- loop. ! iiitMttl iii rnwaUi mihI thota Willi nn.HMialll I In afterward uIm iIh-I .i nlrli wi oH,-I I'IVIm! IrtHT lr total loans .Hd diarounU tatwii above, 'h nwttaiat i whirii aad Useoun wu ehnrirtxl nt rale in eart af tlioto farastUoei 1'J" law (.S.5117. ilev. Slut.) (oxeluNV af noifa upm wnMl taiai rkwrHP Hot to ext'pinl AO nuiu wiu inade)wa4 $(115.10. Tlai n mWr nf aura Imua wan 1. STATU OP KrUNTUCKV, COUNTY OP (5AIU!Altl. SS: I, la (i. DaviilnHH, Cnthier of the nlmve namwl Iwnk, do ntli'innlj' iw ear tint the alwve ttatemulit U true to the best f my know Italia and hoMef. U 0. DAVIDSON, CneMar. SllWcrilMHl ami twarn to hefere me thi 21 day of N'o- - 1010 S. C IlHHHy, Notary I'uldle. My Commiion eHn January It, 1021. Correct Attont: I I Walker. I. I. Walk. r. Shirley lluil.iin rontincnt hihI Water ImiiIiI lie rare taken to nil. Dirertore. ti ui a Miri'l ! niil lnt ami I and nut to mm. mi mind tt'ft on the MirfHif ti. traekiHl nuiu rtt I Itrpurl of Vuriii.(iil and l.'.iilil nrlliiarll.v i. M'ft mli (! rluth lnlti'liii lilt i.iImI imii or wild .i fi' dri'iH. i.f liulit lHlrlwtliiK oil. leuimi nit. or fiiM.lliiri' 1 'llli. Iluli tl IX Kl.ll UI HIIH'II' III "I'll till' nfi rlmli In i m i.ny iirlH with ilu"li i rlitiii lili iiretnlli hw) -- illli."l wllli r ln'li knl iirfiini THE GARRARD lUnk, doing huttnri at of Kentucky at Ih. I. wan I BANK AND TRUST CO. tli. own of tint, of huiinrtt on it kso inters Lnclr, 1 5 1 It. County of Garrard, Stat, Jay of No. 1020. $7f.,H IS. '2 10 and l)iount Overdraft, secured and uwoeurad Stbeka. ami .liellai kill tirfin r wltli hhIit; lln iimi) lie If wlx-- i with a iloili wrniiivout of warm. at llk"ltl wtiter. w mi I i)r 'i wltli nil 'Hit' Mi: ami IlK'li ti'l urniHc of ImhIIv mtii. HriiWlnil wifHluiirk Inn) lie lliilinnl Ii) nil)-Hi; it with ii swn uroile of I4nr wat. Cleaning Waaed Surface. Wax el nrfa' nm) ln iliiiinil Willi a 'xift. ilry ilulir. nr. In the ' of l'(M.r. a Mtfi l.rH.li ur a uinp free from Tin- Blw nf dirt nd wax wliltli i.. ' ml, nriil-l- ii l liimlil nut lnii'ir l' liHiilml liinlli Milliil iil IliimU and other SeeuriUoa line from llanka Canh on hand Check and otbar raih itm Home, Furnituro and PUturn Nankin .... li.lKt.SK 'iJt,777.70 I?A0RSi7 1 ,8'tt!..'l K.000.00 1 Total I.IAIIII.ITIKS Capital Stock paid in, in rauli Surplu Fund Undivided I'rillU, lerni expennei and luxe Depotita tulijert tu thick .Saving uf Depusita $118,100.70 $f.0,000.00 paid .'lO.OOO.OO .- . ..... - . 'i, tSl.l!" tlilfc.'.'ol.lft IJUtr,7 llO.OOtl.OU - SWINEBROAD THE REAL ESTATE MAN. lie returni! iu it nf wnrui MHliT it. ImIIit. With one fllnUti'lHil villi HirtelllllH' ih (MMillne; Hie Itttltr an well n i liniw tin I ivIIhkI lriirlili'i mrfHiH. wliereMn wulur dulU ami iiihI km wlilteiiH wax ll"lli IMrjx-iitliHliillamiiKilile mi'l nlllie are lillil hi'lilil never Im iim-i- I In a riMiln ulieri' Mii ri' n. n fin- - nr a lighted lamp or enn die. Where a waxed urfuri' hint heeii till' llller litl.l 1 11I1T llllllril Ii) Will lunkiiio ihe wrfaie with a ' li'ili w mine hhi Time DeponiU (Vrtilied Cheek Trunt Fund Due Hank and Hill. I'liynblu Trut Conipanie 'J7.10 8,K2f..0i! .1lu,lU)'J.or 150.08 fiO.000.00 1 LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. may Im reMmed h.v riiliMni: utlli a warm wmileu elulh nr a wi'lalili.l hrii-l- i. Mirny him mi whxiiI kwrfarix limy In- - h iiiiimiI hy riil'l'lny with ii III tie turx'iiiliie hiiJ n fliiUliliii: utili m it Total $ 18,100,70 STATU OF KKNTUCKY, COUNTY OF CAItltAKD. SS. We, It. K. .McHOIIKIIT.S and J. W. KI.MOKK, Pr.wident and Cannier uf the nliiivu named Hank, do noleninly wear that the above statement it true to the best of our knowledge and belief. It. P.. MrltOIIP.UTS, President J. W. KI.MOKK, Cashier Subscribed und sworn tu before me (hi '.'Dili, day of November, 1020 My Commission Kxpire Feby. 10, I02, Oarrurd County, Ky. Will S. Hopper, Nutury I'uhlic little win The Central Record, Lancaster. Ky.. Thursday Dec 2. 1920 Deb's Adventure Br MILDRED WHITE lt! Mht llcttlc Hcjtcr upent the wrrk end with her fnthcr, .Mr. Zark llmicr I'rof, (illl.irt wn n vMtor in l.nn- -' nt Mnnr. tn,tcr ln,t week. )M, Mw F(inn(. ,.n(,0( ()f Littlv Outnlcc Peyton hn lucn j, thP KUwt ef her 9ltT, Mm. J. D. iUltr ill for the iant wrrk. lurrhll. u. 11 ri.tnuKC wrrr, Mr nnu .im. tl r,-..wilt i, Mr. ,, in Itxingten TlxinkfKivini; a fw ikjr for llloomlflKtfln, Intl. fur Mm. Illnine rStrWfi.! wfio hn bven MTiral dnjr'a TWt. !l fur m few ilnyn k nlilc to lie out Mr- I'.. J I'AINT IJCK j w.lift ar I Mwn I Tit" two glrl "tt Iwfnri'.nn rtihntik Imi In the i Inti dining riMiiu merit nf behind ytiH'h-- l The Klrt raited Kl "III nlhl iff BMUMIi'ttlHl with tlnllfMrtlm. "I tKlltr, ' sfc- mMri i Iiit rnin pMiilnn. "dun"! jr.ti tlfed nf all iitp (daces t ". '! mik n nttnnal liiitiic hiiip vvrrlallfll i " li "Mi rrj Mrn IniemUMnl I.HHIb Lint- - the lilisea, wbn l blavo," IMtwmh dented. It's "I't.i Ju timl ta iVnth of cTiTjlh nrf i (' - ft 9 Lower flal. , . i' HTMin O. !, .ni nt nl4r rolln Hi Rrv I'm of mrnn ftrMMIigi( ii wiry n.ttT' i." M'rwoM Stan4mj mrotrK at Mt mimr. iitWht f. FmnMurt ihr attratit gmi f Mr. anil Mr. vs. K. Hmp. i.mry Bur. uf '.ot4irille Mfttil T iankHtivmit with hla miclt, Nr. ih Mr J. wffk enq finat nt fctr U. Rtirrlwll. ..oo-'- - rrria, f llMhrnoml, aaMi r, .!.! Cora Bryant of Mr. and Mn. C. I.. Miaa tho Rwoat at Wat of W laotft far TaMkajrHrina;. Mr. and Mr. It. t. lantaftM ' '.I. thai t-- ttn mH." I.UHIK "IimI he If I." i in Hh h tnrtf pWm jn, n my ml.. I IkM rn aMr to And thin t.. Miilwul fltlna-- tlrrd nf them " Iwr f'lffl'l VVIml klMMl M Willi Ih.' Hinr .iiiulclnl. "ilatM-lh' ' thlurr I 0 & ll.'il.i ..... Ilk I IM- - .IrtvlHT. In mM tiHf .iif Wrfwlly nil. ih f mi. II) fattier 'hat I. why yum, MM Ml' Imw." i"l tnIfiurhmt IM l. n.i. rriidd, knn yl 1 brmr t !! It rl l.u 0 Q Q Prices .Just received a l)itr ti 3 A ft 0 Mr. O. B. IVjrtaw family VeAryan: with bar iled Vs brot'.er, Mr. ni-- t Mr. I.. J. ifoni', Mr. and Mn. W. .1. Bryant I'eytcn in Ijinraotar 'cn.'aj. .t ljmrMtr San 'Imt. Mr. and Jtrt. Wm. l'aron bava Mr FreJ Hall u in iunferd Fn-i'- v tuimfd hoM from a few days vnrit wImtm ht iund4 with her aaftau at Wildia. xr.'i totur: luiirml of hia motbvr. Mr. and Mra. 2nck lvMr and Mr. Vi. 5kitir uf fork rhurth hit i. It. Itaaiar and family wm Niiinta t ' ai t t Mt TMr t,t Mr. and Mrs. ikm Cdkm Inn j.uli Stirrh at thl piae. .lay. II .11 family. rrl oWtvcl his notlMr. P. AnaMwan th aaat work. Aair, Mr. Mi (ur u -- , ' : rf ft Mt-- , .. if. K. Rom an.! son, Richard r ':i..! tha (1 for MMAtlt thr k Ttiahlm fw tli lMunt iftnMri," I. wilil. "bat really ilnwr. tni il..u i I im'H lorn Krbr to do snMclhliMC un for Muni in snddm i'rww l( HMI IIIIIWHrrlt- -l IHl 'I ri..u, unknown. nnrl.nl In irentli nli'l Mlllrt' abttttld "llfl Ul MIX I lilt III int r lt vvinli- ' d - (I m Mild IMefSWflaB." SNf ll'MI. ! 9' fu- r- ill HMtlSH-n- . uftrriHMin lrit vn Hmpt fur tin' mm t IM '.Uf l.f It." "Sm im est If Jttt u'H ul. ia tut III In. mi reekle iH.t lilrt nf thl rink They nr.- - Hi.fi nf mmimIIum. )ti him." I.Hiilli' retorted, Tin' ii mu pn : rr loporttd net m Mr in.l Mm Jo NCrmM-i trf n Pa nt Uek .Momtoy ri-- i Mr. ii nu Mr. E.id Heater are rt (nil raUtiVM. v.i i ovar ar Mr . Mt. Honirr Chwtnot and reivinK (owtrMtulaticna the Uln UN H little Mn. HvmI of a pound koy, nl.irtn wen tntvHa nf Mr. and low has rhrMiitttd Klwur KusmI. cf Ijinraatrr Sun T!,c taiKaa rr Mawftic initativn Tanm er prrafnt fUw CnHH Lick IxIgT mi Vri.ndy cvminK and a of 'mtv in tha tnird wiit. ' 4r '. hn Ml. g Vr 0 'i...i ii.r. . thtir 1 .. Mtttford. of ivnt Tlmnu'iviiiK with H niece. Mm. Trod Hall and fnm- - I. 'I Mn. i. Mf r. i Je4 F;h l'elon Dewey Do Mr. mhiI Mra. .1. nf llcrew. Mr and Mrs. U of I anrMrttr. Misrrs Aruie an-- l Vrrton. iin.in'll"(nil riinl' TTmiI tm wl ll)' I Wnlllll Ilk- - lllll' fur tln Mfli'Ili.HHi. we antt- It wild rt ultbottt t'eti tiHOHltir. l..r ihimjhs mmjI " mii 'l.t-- r r nftrr Imt n mrnuir) rt'o Miilliita Imtaltrntly r (rrlil rvtt fmt r TuilKr" frtlnn i' f tliuit ' l.u.111.' Mi ilnuti into IE Ml AID BOOTS all bought since the last hip: decline in prices. C 8 3 A In k 4r.' tti ihtil l miM. "Mn- - 'l I It I. IrrrtiMMtly. rl till' til (til II whU uwlillf," IvlMimli an ili'iittn.tT" jii ' 3 t O llr ' "U'fiirf C"in tHMM. I lllOi IhIHC to tl HHT HSCi'HI'llt 1 11 tin drl to nHli tlifm fcttntn at tlo- - iuMin.1 nf an Bcrfl.l) Tin tulrv ramr h.hImUIii fn.in n tli.i' liM.Mni; l.riHi.l IhuI.1. nil lunn ixtmiii, uIhi c.'Hliil liluiM-l- f fnll) iKl tln 'ttc nt I11T lili- "In ih) rlialr Iwhlml tin' inlm," "I lnnrtl all Hint )nti nml )imr frli'tHl mv lifin mjllii: to mill i.lli.r l ui)Mlf at lln ami I 'Ht.iHhrrlnl. W)ti'rliiu unkliunti,' In ltlHi: )ihi for an tin iintitint afti-- r i;i.n IMni; a rlMli iiii'IhImt III taiHtliir. )m tany Irarn my rrnli'ii ttalu nt tin- - i!'k " jrutr Ii l..mli SHitlmnrtli In nil Inli-mi fortunntf llf- - Imd newr VlHn (li.xl I.Nfill linr ') rnrtl, IrtnlcotM f) t) t. it !! The best posted on business condition claim prices will be higher very soon. (ft pl In-- r t.y MHil'rUf. How is the Time to Buy. Regular $7.50 woolnap blankets Men's regular $(5.00 buckle overshoas iIe:fs regular $.!.T)0 wool shirts. Men's regular $1.00 wool sox Men's regular $2.50 union suits Ladies regular $2.00 union suits - 9 9 0 3 mid. Tlianka Mr. Unknown." "I will pi ultli )nu. I.i wi ilrhi', or Q ln- - t "Vr lrl, In nntwwi.i "Ami plurn wlirnj" or nit n'rliick, )m.M n tl.i- - It ilio matlm-i'i- l.rli'fly. tin ulrt-i-- .$4.50 $3.25 S2.50 75 tlim-l- t llli wn nr, wnltlnc nt t iloor. u llni turnlntf IminnllHtily nut tlirnuL'li tin lili'iitly miiiip fnritnT tmlUr. fitllnwiil (tlrri'lll'll. I Imrk. nmiiil.ii. "I Mii"it" fin kmIiI. tnimirrnw "ttiat wln-- I think thU Hut It will nil oiihi f.x.llfli Imlnil now " ln' IiiiikIiiiI. "r'lly, I'ni'liav nc h pnI tint. "U'lii-)nu think It nver tiiiniirrinv," thi iiwn niiw'ril crnxi'ly, "I liniw V ttiMt )ml will n clml )nii c'miik'. . art' (nlHi; tlirnilKli n illncy mll nf llMCllli,.'' In Mlllliil nuiMrlili Unit rlmnciil tin' with an i'ri'i-4nllmMKlitfill llni") nf hit fan- - In irr klii.)lln.w, "linn imt tnt'ii timili In tttin, I fulH')'." ".Vt imirli." Pit' rsrili'ly r!!! 'Whrri' iiri' w imwl" "In I'ntii r tr t.M lm lulil lu r. 'Tin imfHiiilllur In J..u nam i' W ilnlitli" nil. ail tin' rtmuffi'tir, ili. I.t iit $2.00 $1.50 tf 3 O ? Boys & Misses Union Suits Cheap Children regular oOc hose . Regular $1.25 Lamps Regular $15.00 80x8 tires Regular $18.00 80x3 .tires . . : Regular $8.50 80x8 tubes Regular $4.50 80x8A tubes:... . A G i )!. n Ikti." Thn lrl "tiiri-iJ- . ni hiti1. tin- - man niil, "'. my 'uimunl nftiriiinn' fnr J.ui In i'nrry mtt lit-If )nii iln I. nt pruMTaui. Jim mny rifilr. I lime In Thi. fart nf !ailXT nf riuilMClnll nr lllljtllllli: nt ' In- i but Mirt. Jum imtinil. " "llli n lirnli'ii ami. Ami u II' 'If Iml trj Ini: In liMik nflrr her. nml r aliy. "I llimmlil. he Milil. "I Iml It wmilil iln tin little wniiinn kinhI in nHlllirti nwii't fHrt'" jnilliji Ami win ii. Mftrr it mi'. tu iim-- i' in :.iim' I lu HHr rix.iii. IK'Ik fnllnwiil tin' liK'tiT In tin' Imll. "I nm unltiK In uliiy iH'ri'," ln mM Imklly. "Iln1 wlmli' iiftiTiiiNin, I kni'W- thai Midi want nml l.rurry i 11 - 25c . 75c $10.00 $12.50 $2.50 $3.00 9 m a m llt In-r- trif Then' l im pound. None better at any price. Royal Peaberry codec per pound Royal Blend codec per pound We buy codec green, roast it fresh every day Try a 40ct. 45cts. J Trade here or we both lose money. P w.lcn and Iella A.lanv f llroad-hen- j ('. Ituokor nnd Mr. were the quests of Mr. and Mrt. little mm, Amlrew were the II. J. Chvatnut an Sumlny. uesU of hia mether, and sister Sun-,lThe memlwiM of the Methodist Lick very daently Mr. Willie Itoiter nnd MIm Avn church at Paint surprised tlieir Kistor and hn wife, McWhorter hnve luen vlsitinir the Nov. and Mrs. Yotmtr. Immedintely j i "art houfes in the surrsumllni; cuun-tieafter n stdcmlid iipfiropnile sermon delivered liy Kev. Youiik the conKre- - ' Mrs. It. ('.. VtMif nnd rhildren tmtion motored to the iwrsonntre ami t i nt the dny Kuniiiiy in N'khttlusvlllo running over entered with vitb htr Krtnt Mr. and Mrs. Jehn with the most select di)ie of the V White. Very soon covers were laid season. Mr. Willie Itnuers. M- -i Avn Mc- - fur about two iloxen Kiests. Deliri- Wbortcr. Mr. Morris Todd and Miss ou, turkey, snla.ls. ice crtnm. etc., hdna Underwood were In Lexington wire th,roui:hly enjoyeil by all. ThnnksKivinif. Many of the ladies resnnled with Miss Kluiilnth Kliiridire of Colum- - very interes inic toasts after a sonr, l.ia. S. r sjient ThnnksKlviiiK with her n prayer by our pastor and pimes mother. Mrs. Wm. Ktridi;e and Mr. which were tnjoyed the guest de- , .irtid, sayintr, "Whn shall we ever un Mrs. H. L. Francis. Messrs. Howard and Fulton Uuck- - meet ncnin, in thunder, liphteninK or ir, of liuisville were ni"t f their m rain." 1,1 " grandmother, Mrs. Sarah Hucker and other relatives Saturday and Sunday. PROGRAM , Mr K .1!. Denton nnd pretty little ., Mim Nancy Thomas Un Ohili,- !.car spent Thankstfvim; with Mrs. LOIlterenCO J. Walker (luyn nnd Miss Nancy tian Tenching (luyn. Mrs. C. A. Long has returned home HROADWAY CHRISTIAN CHURCH after bernu with her parents near LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY Richmond, who have been very ill. We are irlatl they are some better at DECEMBER 7, 1920. this writing. Mr llallnrd Sebastian had the mis- - J0:H0 A. M. Devotional. fortune to get the end of his little proclamation of the Fundamental t I linger mashed off while at work nt the Teaching of Christianity. Patrick and son garage, necessitating iu:i.-iM. The Need of Such Pro. the rimovnl of the bone at the first clamation II. II. Webb, Covington, Ky. Those attending the base ball game 1 :0u A. M. What arc the Funda- n Danville Thursday were Mr and mental Teachings .f Christianity? Mrs. J. D. Wynn, Miss Fannie Dow- John Mullitu, ,Mnysville. Ky. New Testament den, Messrs Jas. Woods, Cabcl Ar- - 1 :ill A. M. nold, K.lwin Walker and Miss Mary Methods for Prod liming Funda- Mae Walker. mentals. W. P. Crou?h Carlisle, Ky. Mrs. IE. 0. Woods entertained at Opn J)iseusion. tir.ncr Thursday the following: Mr. H " and Mrs. K. L. Woods, Mr. and Mrs . . . ., ,, . , wnuuuil.ll t, A.Ihta'i'V and children, Dr. anil 'v" . W. t 1. ?,n,;I1 ofn('0,'?, Urs. Ii. J. Patrick and chil.iron and AlTonl I! Uv. W. A. Hamsey. wife nnd chiU Adquate Trninini;? i re n II. C Foster. Snrin.-liKlKv Mr. and Mrs. Claude Stewart. Miss , .3r, M.- - -- Open Disiussion. Mortain, Mr. Williams, of Lexington, Mr. anil Mrs. Joe James, Mr. and 7:30 P. M. Devotioral. s, Mis .S J. Bogie, Mrs. Ada F.ly, of K:00 P. M. The Plea .Plan and Mr. and Mr. Conn, Misses pose of the lEestoraliot Movement, P II. Welshimer, Canton, Ohio, Klizabcth and Margaret Conn, Mar- jucrettc Highland, Mrs. Martha Kly llcncdict.un ,uro at Kate Hly's home to a big Thmksgtvitig dinner. On TuPMiay Nov. 'J.1rd. Mr. J. T. aaaxsu Sioo ThumpMii was very delightfully sur- For Up.To-Dat- e ! when coining in home fur din- - u tier he found the following present c at i Ait. an abumlant dinner I. J .Mrs. N, 11. Young, Mr. and ..i'v. and Irs W. W.West, Mr. and Mrs. W. V.it.n. Mr. and Mm. J. D. Wynn. 2 Ir. A. II. Wji.li. Mr. and Mrs. (! I, 'i'renduay and Miss Chnstine iukrr. The occasion uf the dinner, ' Mr. an i O. a. J 1 irrnnd-dnUKhtc- r, .'' 1 1 iI Pur-Part- pn-par- Plumbing, Heating, Gattering,' li I i . nip Mr. ThouiHson's 7Cth. birth- - g iifir nlil llif Lie ilnctnr, lil Llml ktlllll' wifl lll'O llltn ll'luliTtlii'S "I 'Cm lunn' luiik in I'lul ymir udvi'iituri'. Nut nit utiunial tlmrn ran In- - linpiiy lllll'l. )HII M'." "I tliniik ymi fur my nfli'riioon." nnawi'rnl anflly. "If )nil knew mi In Iter )nu would li nrn Hint 1 nm nut nlwn)H ri'klrn nr fixilMi." "I nm Koine to know jmi iH'tlrr," tin ilnrtnr "iilil. mi't lila IiiiihI lulil licra In a wiirm rlnnp. Tlii'li," SANDERS VARIETY STOEE. I T. Davis, Utter known us Judge u jj'flvis, who uui taken to Lcxuigt n ' r ..ii opcrniiou for gallstone ias eek, pussru away nt that place Fn- - g evening, blood poison having set j ..i ! D..VHM"! was 71 years of r.ge S a ami had lived at Lowell prnctirnlly Q .ill tin life, iitsidoa n wife, he leaves four sous, Jack. Pinley. I Use. iimi a Jink nnd four daughters, Mrs. Speed n irdfonl. o,f Marionsburi:. Ohio, Mm. luttie Hardwick, of Hamilton, Ohio. Mr. Clark nnd Mra. Hol.t. llolan, of Lowell. Much sympathy ii extended! ! he bereaved family. ' Roofing, Repairing, and kinds of Tin Work SKK OK HjONK n n iifiii! ' V ,tfl o o .11 N ww '2 t Lancaster. Ky, Quick Servlcn and Good Work Tho Central Record. Lancastei, Ky., Thursday Dec 2, 1920 PRECAUTIONS IN USE OF PRESSURE COOKER Our December Sale OF Specialists Outline Sonic Useful Canning Hints. I I Uniform PrfSiurt May lis Maintained During Sterilising Period by Manipulation of Qss or Oil Flame or Moving Cannsr. Suits. Dresses, Coats Skirts and Furs Began Tuesday, November 30th Lines will be in this Sale and most of the Everything in our Ready-to-Wegarments are entirely new, having been received since November 1st. As the Winter season is just beginning it will be a rare opportunity to buy your Winter outfit at very greatly reduced prices ar scrim Hie beM result In the f strum preiire enhner t.iln'ii it (alining In glM Jiim, the following ) ree.ililliili should be nbwrwsl, i 'iiililng of the Unllnt "Ulr Ivptirlment of Agriculture. I 'lac- inrli Jar In lint water or In the i 'finer ns mhiii n paikiil. Ilnw- - Its nter mine to tin pint-'nil. hut not nlnnr It; ndd hot Mnler tnMlnhnlly In prewiit It IhiIIIiij dry fore Hie Hit Is rliinieit iNn, II; r tin- - i it ii ii rr absolutely stotim Ti m s i Hill do.,, Hiint When tin' rainier tin Imvii filled y iliiun the lid nnd limd niiely then tighten fully. Allow I he pclrix'k In remain op until lite strain ewupe from It; thru fnliii ' ew-nl- ilk-li- eoni'drd-l- y i I'ori-- the procure before- lit the rotintlng ilm. Maintain ii iinifnriii prcuure ditrin Ihe trrllltng tertiH. Tills mar l rrlrr COME EARLY AND GET FIRST CHOICE TAILORED SUITS $811.50 $75.00 $125.00 Suits, now choice for 69.50 50S..r)0 Suits, now choice for 65.00 Suits, now choice for SS'.i.oO 49.50 $75.00 Suits, now choice for 43.50 $(55.00 Suits, now choice for 39.50 S5i.r0 Suits, now choice for of carried over suit.- in excellent Also a number ami finest material.", and tailored at very low , $75.00 $(;t.50 $5!).00 $41t.50 $:V.).50 $27.50 $111.75 Tricotine Tricotine Tricotine Tricotine Tricotine Tricotine Tricotine Trit-otti- WOOL DRESSES Dresses, now Dresses, now Dresses, Dresses, Dresses Dresses, Dresses, Dresses, now now now now now now . iloiif Its turning K" or H Htii or muting runner front tkr trt f Ike tor. A'lon Mm- - mniirr to roo iihIH th "sin Smlci' rrgMrr rr krf'rr Hnmc thr H'lrotk 1. ory Id mow of after t.KOt MMe rMjrl.lfr, rrro Union e ihr from 'he mnnr to- mi't 'Vhtt, iht- - till n iin ni'ii. N " n- dM 'fl 1 Jr r -i I $49.50 49.50 19.50 M, il f n 39.50 33.00 29.50 18.00 r itartn frwM to IHIIllll p.Ttl K MAIM lok il.r )..iu( uml rn.inl tho H(lln . ihl .iDumwI to Uoitunt- 1. nmnlnc an In 12 tnmil, iWon mil, tl haik lo -1 "firti 'iumI mim pn-Mr- i- ti I I., if lnam in . 'i.im ilir ' ..f Hi xeiiMi'i f..rio 'Htrtsts or allti,l twrmiHt trw ho ire Mli M lrr Nli nee. lif llp on thr (lax. top il .ii lUr will not iro in mirr, ptti to Mn i th. . tf s nr Jr If REAL SUPERIORITY OF COOK NEW LINE OF PARTY AND DANCE DRESSES AT REDUCED PRICES - 'ta So Mucn In Preparation of fancy ishri as In Srttinj Table at LoMett Cost. suiH-riorlt- SILK DRESSES $125.00 Spangle Robes, now $75.00 Satin Dresses, now $07.50 Satin Dresses, now $59.50 Dresses, now $49.50 Dresses, now - $75.00 49.50 45.00 39.50 37.50 LADIES' COATS $1.'57.50, Uur finest Coats, now $125.00 Coats, now $98.50 Coats, now $75.00 Coats, now $82.50 Coats, now . $09.00 Coats, now $19.50 Coats, now $12.00 CoaLs, now ... $89.50 79.50 69.50 49.50 . . - 55.00 43.50 33.00 - 28.00 NEW LINE OF CHILDREN'S COATS AT REDUCED PRICES HUDSON SEAL COATS $75.00 Ray Seal Coat, l6 inches long, with Squirrel $245.00 or Heaver Collar and Cufi"s, now $500.00 Hudson Seal Coat, with Skunk or Reaver 345.00 Collar and CufTs, now Seal Coats, :i(J inch long all Seal $575.00 Hudson or with Squirrel or Skunk collars Si cuffs, now 395.00 FINE FURS We still have in stock a tine assortment of Ulack, Rrown and Toupe Fox Neck Pieces from $.'10.00 to $190. Wolf Animals from $20.00 to $100.00; Rlack Lynx at $100.00 and up; Hudson Seal. Minks, Kolin-skyetc., and oiler all now at a discount of s, ONE-FOURTH $5.00- - NEW LINE OF BEAUTIFUL BEACON BLANKET BATH ROBES. WERE -- $8.50 hould take as miirli pride In vtiiiii ginl table at n low price a a mtnt farturer di- - In learning the of irlinMlini In hl fnrtiiry n rtlilng ns when they nut more good h(iii'kerwr, thr l,'nltel Stair iN'pnrtmmt of Agriculture siuget ruts of went or of mnt lrfare nlmot emtlev .More Vi t nil time are miulrnl In tbrlr prrji ntlun than In thr simple rooking of 'hr morr ipcnlr cuts, Just as mor linr a ii I skill are required for rarr- ii I. liitrlllenit niarkellnc than for tisi. f)nrr upon a tltn Imtanl onJrrlng. willie sernnJ to bate a prejudlre against roiioiiilin. To iImj most of thrin are glad to hsr ng grtitlons tor economical nirthoils wrhlrti lll lintire the nmifort of the famllr ns tarlod nnd ap nnd krep thr hep.-r Thr b.illhr 'n of llmorv enn nulo- iiiIii' nf tl giMxl rook out Tlio tent of a not o wueh In msWlHC y or tpeluhe illslio R In thr nltr'MH 'liarulliMI of llH'I.HIlr, otiT) Ul hf, sti) III the nVlllful rofiihlHa f- sol rt rr" s im-n- , TESTING STRENGTH OF CLOTH Plan Outlined for Determining Amount or strain Material Will Stand Eaamlne Threads. To tet the of n plr-N- . of liiiiterliit, J.iiv thr emU of Ihr Si'ther, holding tho ltl:.lrrll l.'lr- - n thrin ntiil Ihe llr1 llttgers. thru p.f tlrt on the warp, or longthuUe. IhroMils ami thru on thr woof or wle, thriiiilt to oi torn muiti utrnln fhry finiHl In einmlnlMg th.- - MxrliNl threti l of n i4reo of rtiHh. notke Ihiiv th warji throoili eowwrv in trencth ulih like wixif. or Dill lie. tHrtd. A will not sIjiihI ik Mralti frin m lining tbrrmi ihrrrforo tuatr so sun's sio not no strouz: rial liellber are Ihosw Hhlrh Imw n toMiiy ry ttnr ion! Minen in ImmIiIo a Huts. I. as In the xtrlfml dliHltlr. niMl iiiiikllns. h HOLIDAY GOODS We are showing a most beautiful and extensive assortment of articles suitable for presents. Sterling. Silver pieces Alvin Mfg. Co's line of best plated knives, forks and spoons, ShelHeld and Plated ware in a great from $2.00 to $100.00. ariuty of useful and artistic pieces. Electric Lamps for the Moudoir, Parlor and Library, Mahogany Trays, Cut Olass. Gold Hand China and Minturn Pattern China, Artificial Fruit i.nd Flowers for Centerpieces. "Full line .Jewolrv. Cameos, Wrist Watches, La Tosca Pearls, Heads, etc. lim' (;( rni DOLLS For the fust time sinco the War began we are able to olfer you a line of really beautiful Dolls. Walking Dolls, 'i alking Dolls, Character Dolls. Kery price from 25c to $20. As we have only a few of each style we advise an early selection. ioar A. B. Robertson & Bro. DANVILLE, KENTUCKY Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Will Jen- ily xpenl Sunday with Mr, nnd Mrs. visiting her parent this week Why Not? Juddie, of Nirhulatville. .Mr. A. I). Scott of Mt. Washington) nings. "Mother" siihl llitlif Itay. who hni a Mr. Mitt Hamilton is better ut this is in the town on business this week, j Misie Kate lloltzclnw and Ituth Miss ilettlu Muyes, who ims been luiy h nwriiiMi In soap ami water, "If writing. with with her sister in lowu for some time lull run lili.- - ii womnn In ln v.. ii. MIm l.orene I .a tie left Monday for llroaililus spent the weuk-enf..r mux. why rnn't I hint a Nicholas-vlll- u was in .Mr. Will m now with her parents. Richmond where she is in High School bomefelks. intio i.o in ink my iintlm iiiej" Monday. Misse I.ila K. Itachel nnd William Mr. Clint Ituble who has been in lloMnll Misses Norn and Julia and Mr. rtllllTll Mr. Kugcne. Ruble wus in I.ancaster John luiwn were visitors here Sun- Scott attended the ball gume ttt Dan- Detroit, Mich., for mime time is now thl week on business. ville lust Thursday. with his father nnd friends. day. Ever Meet Anyono Like HerT tin. Will lane spent the week-enA limn wIhi Mr. and Mrs. White, of Corienth Many friends lire (dud to know that In ii West aid Mrs. Nannie Jennings and Miss with her sinter last week. hoarding houe dexerlhea his land. Mr. Marshal Scott Is uble to be out spent ThunksKiving day with Mr. and -Sunt nnd Thomas Jennings were Indy: She Is n kind of parallelo Mr. Hilaa WlUon was in Nicholas-vlll- e again. Mrs. S. K. Wilson. shoppers in HarrodsburK lust week, t gram; Hint in, an ohlong. angular Wednesday afternoon. Missus (iladys Hamilton and Sadie Miss Sunbeam Kuble left Monday whlrh rntuint bo descrlbi and MUs I.Ua K. Scott spent Thanks-livin- g Kuble were shopper in Danville last for Richmond where she will Mrs. S. F, Wilson and son, Silas i which Is eiiul to anything; and any enter with her parents. week. the K. S. N. School. and Mrs. II. S. Ruble and daughter' two liieflW In her house are tnerllirr wjuare meal." Now York MUs Loriane Lane of Richmond Is Miss Nettie lion, of Wilmore spent Mr ami Mrs. S. P. Wilson and fum- - Sunbeam were in Richmond Monday.' leaa than PLAN TO KEEP CRANBERRIES Oer-rfe- Alter Carefully Removing Soft Ones s in crock and Cover With Water. oft ones, may be kept If with water pinto or round hoard nhouhl be plac--- l over them and weighted down In keep the berrlea under water. Chance h water nuro a month, the plii-i-- Cniiborrl"i. after enreful reinovnl of rroek and cowre , RUENA VISTA In n d un-hl- fr jj::sx::s:sxxs:s.';. J HOUSEHOLD HINTS t by nibbing with sage leaves. Kach child should o d 1 1xs::o:oXsxo::o::v Stings from nettles can be have relleve--l fig-n- rj laundry bag and uia It. I.lsterlno amount and Is Mid his own Times. dsudrutf. water In riiul ta clear the acalp of The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Dec 2. 920 1 LIVE STOCK PUREBRED STALLION IS BEST I'OOR KIDC.F.. . (I).'ln).-.Mm ) J"hn 'Hon.. U-i- 1 vMttinir rrlativm Hid Tn LET THE MONEY THE UNIVERSAL CAR Out of the more tli.irt 3,000,000 Ford cars now in uv, nlxuit .sixty jHjrccnt have lccn sold to f.mrcrs. I'rolinldy no other one thing drought to the farm so rnut.li of comfort ntnl profit as has the Ford car. It li.it enlarged the social life, douMcd the facilities for market-ir- ,, drought the town next door to the farm, nultipliolforthc farmer the pleasures of living. A family car without an cual in low ost of pcration and maintenance. M'o soluit our rdcr A rone now kxausc the denuiul i large ami continually increasing. J Poor Po'ley to Ue Anything but Sou..d Animal, free From Manlfett raulta of Conformation. A Mr. nn.l Mr J. Numiin i nl w ith pnrmoniii Tef . hil.lrrn of .Mr. nml Mm. Wink-- r lluMi'ttr ;irr ill with pneunionn Mrx l.iifp- - Unit on ntnl Mm. Holier: (Srow rurrnt-- l tirnw iiit?. Mr lmli ,t frt You SAVE Serve YOU BY HAVING IT low urn- - It Hull nl.i Wllllll n r IiiiiI.I rrvl.'t' f. tn !! mi Inferior tiill.in. mil) my belter Ik n" ii ntnl) Ml Hik'ht Km ma Ximjwiii spent Suniluy Mrs. I.etn with hor .itntiT, Irvm. l DRAW INTEREST AT THIS BANK - til lid I In- III Willie lIUtillKf- - rather limn mie lilent. Wlill.' Unit - trior.' mim ii Mian l.awrvnee WhiUakcr was I he i. isji nt iftir'. of Ml Hnzi'l 1'rri.lvti - Mr. I)nn Kay spent .Sun. lay with I' in. I nlwnjt In pnHirtlii wnrih ai h lre, the rtliv f.v ten. Her witriitv Mr. ami .Mr.. Luwiji rally If tlic horn lin Imvii mhikI-InStmiwoti mare owner to Inns enntiieh Mrs I. I Mntthi'UK ami .Mrs. Ollie In it lit' Id p.114 JmUini-ti- t mi Iili r lllnck ami liuliy .tpent Kri.hy with riot of Klnllloii to til SuiiiIji)- l. The Garrard Bank & Trust Co LANCASTKK, KY, n fr Haselden Bros Garage. !.' interested in tiny inr except K nl I f , i. u Vf ,r1 - 1- - " Troubadour, Morgan Stallion Uted at Government Breeding Farm at Vermont. rlt I M.i.ii) aii.l he K''t Med la i.ti I In- 1 .Mrs. Hell n MatUiu. 'II li..l'liii'li l ion.. Mum ulimltif Weight y .if tin- mi plltlotl .if .IMllt.T' tCetlier ultli tin Mill' "III ii LI In limk- - THE NATIONAL BANK OP LANCASTER. IllK II Cmh III n M'IctlM. nit Ktulll.ili. II Capftal $50,000. A Surplus i50,000. Honor Roll bunk S. C. MSNNY. J K STOltMKS. Vice-PreI'rrnident C. M THOMPSON. Teller. Cathirr PAUL Kt.UOTT. In.hvt.ludl lluuk keeper HUGH MOIIt.KY. General It. IKN.VY. lioek-Krcp- t! II C Wi: SOLICIT YOUR IIUSINKSS. Swinehrtxtd. Alex It Denny, J II Poiey, J K Storme. Denny, A T .Snmlem. Dr W M. Elliott, Directum. "Skim, clean t any speed" an.l Mr. t'aleb JohiHun recentl) Ke and Mr I'eel and .'.autfhUr r.mmeline. of N'tcholasville. Mr and Mrs Hlbert I'restwH and Misses t 'l r.s tine and Olivia I'rwton wcr- Kests Satuniay mifht of Mr. Huke I'restoti f.t ami family. Mr an.l Mrs Huke I'rcston had as their Kuest Sunday Mr. and Mrs Jesse Hay and children. Mr. and Mrs . i n The science of love making has .lOV pCUOll' Wliu die Mlltll.s .! M ,l.l !...-..- . .taMii.il tr'.un ..it.t ..in, M i.i. I..... ..... ic.irht hours of honest work in tU:ht deKcneratv.l into an absurdity, if wc and Mrs. Taylor ltolton an.l Imhy. hours . of time will he able to hold may judjrc from n scene that was oh- A pleasant .lay was spent. , ,, . t i i .1 via ivvtnvi; ",,Vii eS" UlliU Kiril JUUN luiuna linn Mr Henry Sebastnin ami Miss Ma- - n,mni.,.nUi.if -- hickens. will have draw the curtains. Hut don't cm- many ne Walker surprised their barms us with question. to Kratch ' friends last .Monday nitht when they eloped to Jeliro, Tennessee and were married. They have the let wishes' BUTTERMILK GOOD FOR PIGS of nil fur a life of happiness and prosperity. Very il.'Ilrlrlii'J III iither n- III till' lIUlltlT MK'f II tt 1111 l)ll, tni.Nltll lllll'X lltl.l Mtlft, wt'll iMlltlliei'.l mil. hi nr.' iierenr to imprn' tin' i In mi) titf'. lmre li"-f'-- i tlHt Ii.mii' from m.ntl. WI'll .1. Illiiil Imh'W. i:ihm MM. lion, ii.illt. iiiilii.Htli.il uml Itrcil li;riii.'riil. nr.- - u.'ll ut.rtli l.hiklni: fur it. Mr' It l ir hiI.' to ii- -.' miyitiln; hut n oiiii'l ixiri'liri-.stMllloii fri' from fuiiltit of rniif.iriHHtloti nnri limit tlie of til.- - Mini' liri'H nr tM' Lorn. Ill iiiln.l. I.x. mar.' It tiiiiot Unit n tiillloti Hint N not pr.iTl ! I a.inl not IlkHy to c.'l it larsi- - .n.Hirtl..ii of lnn;. Insillli) olti. In oliort. I. hi miirli n re ran not I'' ti'i-rlMt- l in MTiirlni; u nilt nt.li iiiiiIi for III.- - timrc". iiik! Id.' fun.liiiii.iiliil law tti.it ci'iHTally I10I1N In nil mutt al i"Tiitl.i! whjK It tz. Ilk.- IILi nr llkt'li."" of mi uiH.lnr Hot Hk-I.rli-iii- i(T't draft IihIIiiiIiI.' hUIiihicIi qtmllty It Mimild ll.', frf p.l Tho rhil.lr.'n of this coinmumt ill vsith bail rol.ls have liri-liaro not hren alilt' to attctnl nch'jo MiMtrr II .Imnn J. .McMillian spent S.ittir la mirht ami Sumlay with hi Juhn nr. in . t'.r.Ti'.f. Mr stnl Mr lt.i I1'. ... u!it of sieknens Mik Ma w i tcaeh KpeuK. at Scotch Fork .ti le to IMch srhou! Iat was i w eek Mr HO'I Mr. John Durham an , fnmil f Iruam.ne spent Sa'.uria:. ami Sur..t) with Mr. Juhn Oriiornc ami fain1!.. Mr Sale Hurt and family were en tertoine . Sunday with ahout thirt.. uuests A mutt delightful i.a spent by all. Mr .and Mrs. Willie Hay. .Mr and .Mrs. J I Ituy and Miss Montn an. I Master James S Hay spent Sun lay with Mr am.t Mrs I'reil Snyder Mr an.l Mr. I'tiwcll Fuwler an i ehil.lr. n an.l Mr. and Mrs Wilkes Iike an.l little daughter v,ited Mr . HOG KILLING TIME Get our prices on SAUSAGE MILLS, LARD PRESSES LARD KETTLES, CANS AND BUTCHER ALL PRICES. HEATING KNIVES. at REDUCED Sec our line we can and will save you money. STOVES i' - ) Goodloe & Walker Bros. . i I.-.- ..... 1 m- -j jini-tliici- Little Danger of Overfeeding imals Provided Some Grain It Olvcn Dally. ji-ii- r An- Toil is toil only to the man who . I considers such. Ma-tl.- USED CAE SALE AT fl SACRIFICE . vr i "We dare anyone to knock it off " A S a Sharpies dealer, we stand ready and eager to prove that tho Sharpie Suction-fee- d cream separator doc "skim clean at any speed." We will furnish reports of official tests, conducted by the U. S. Govern ment, State Agricultural Colleges and experts of tha dairy industry, that prove conclusively the truth of this Sharpies claim. We do this gladly, knowing that backing us up is the world's largest manufacturer of cream separators the Sharpies Separator Company with proof upon proof, in black and white, of the remarkable ability of the " iiuo nt tlic Iowa tc ill tlie tmt tcriiilll. wotil.l ilrlnk. torttu'r v.ili (iini uti.l ttiukiik'i' fnun f Tin'".. .lc Hti'rnciil nlKint four Ctillotit of huttt'niillk ht lion. I iliitly, t.ic. lli.T Willi alxiiit two mill onelmlf h.iiii.h of roni nii.l fiitli of n iMIIlllll Of tllllklU-Itllt tilt')- - UMll till' l.iitti'rinllk to I'xrt'lli'iit ii.lvantfli;.'. f kiiIiiIiii: on.- - uii.l ih.iukI ..t Isr ilnlly no roiiii:ir'l wllli .m. uml i iHiiiinN for tlic jiIith on M'lf fiiil.-r- t of iiini uml tntikui:.' ultli n tlUttlTlllllk. Iliittirmllk tut- tin ii I m..'. i lilt'iiilml fiiillni; nliii' ultli L t it riitlk un.l limj colii'lii.ti tli.T.'fore that tlivri' I" ry Ultli- - ilunciT of ilc on oliln-klin milk or liiittcrmllk, l nt lMt two or tlinv ihiuihN of .liilly ht ftil In a.l.ll r triil n tl n. tlii-- Srwrnl fill prlni: tlii-- h.-l- f.'.-.-- r. The most popular writer of nil is me one una siitns nis name 10 perfectly troud checks. The old time stump speaker is a relict of the pat. The stumps are getting too particular. Never bet on a sure thing. It hurts like the devil to tee the other fellow walking away with your money The churches have one habit which would be commendable if applied to all forms of commercial life, t'at of layment it advance. We deposit our nickel in the collection box before Ilea r 1; the sermon. 11 j n-- "' .mc-lml- oiii'-ti'iiil- - r )ir pro-l.l.- is VACCINATION OF SMALL PIGS A Tonic Slmultaneout Inoculation Gives Immu. nity Up to a Period of Nine Months, Says Iowa. (li.ili'ra MU'clniitlnii of pic n wi'ck to l Mifk olil liy iiiiiliaii-oi- l Inoniliilloii t:l'4 mi Iiiiiiiiuiily iii I.a 'rlil of nliii' iimiitlH. iii't'or.l IliK to tin.' Inn ii rlm.Mit lnll .i In tin) i'Hrliii.'iit u t0i.1l of ITl Illinium. iU wore tr.Mitol. Duritis III.' ti'rt till. .' of tn pit; ill.il f i.Uht nnii". I.iit iioiio from li.l.-rNo III I'lTivti from IiiiiiIiiih'iiij Iihh ii IiiIIoii a Kppar.'iit on any of tin For Women "I was hardly able to k 3 If) I We need the room for new cars and the used cars must go. ALL CARS IN A NO. 1 SHAPE. One 5 wire wheel 1920 Buick Touring $1500.00 K-- U 1920 Roadster 1450.00 One 1 1920 Ford Truck, Worm Drive. 500.00 One 191S Ford Touring 350.00 One 1917 Lexington Touring:,-- .. 350.00 One 191 S Dodge Touring, 750.00 One Buick Chain Drive Truck,.. 400.00 One 5 1915 Buick "4" 500.00 K-4C-2- Ilo - .. a was so weakened," wriles Mrs. W. I. Hay, of liasley, S. C. "Tlic doctor Ircatfd me forabout two months, still I didn't kcI any belter. I Itad a larRC family mid felt I surely must do something to enable me to take eate of my l.ttls ones. I had heard of drac t Danville Buick tncorHrated Co West Walnut St., DANVILLE KY. ili.". SHARPLES Cream its use, SUCTION-FBB- D Scrum lin; ii Injccieil separator rtvii utiiiii uml llirt1 iriiMiriiiii: III oiic-lint- wi'i'k iIkh to to 'JO o. o. tliri'i-fourtli- of M'riiui ntnl from one '. i of nw. virtu rj or nioiv r.HvU.il from II f Via c. of null i'. c. of In tin oiu follow i.'k oil ii ! I t CAROUI t t ...... con-timi- es CITIZENS CAPITOL $50,000.00 L. G. Davidson, NATIONAL BANK, Ii ilf All to get all the bulterfat at any speed. Lastly, we will demonstrate to anyone that the Sharpies Separator, every day of ot tlriK .it the i'ii. I of tin wri tfiti ItS Ml ultli ilvi ; cc The Woman's Tonic "I decided to Iry II," Ahs. Kay "I took il I rebottles In all gained my strength and have had no more trouble with womanly weakness. I have ten children and am able to do all my housework anil a lot I can sure recommend Cardul." ci-l- )M'ri'N inil''lllHI MINERAL tlif HUH Ittif. t OF LANCASTER KENTUCKY. Corner Public Square and Danville Street. MIXTURE FOR HOGS Corn Cobs, Another SURPLUS $60,000.00 WF. STRIVE TO SERVE. Shims clean at any speed. Any Sharpies user in this neighborhood will do the same. Somo Farmers Prepare Bona and Limestone Good Preparation. BECKER & BALLARD. UllYANTSVILLK. KY ZA4T Some farmers prepnn mineral mixfor their hooi by lulus burnt corn robs, burnt Imiui an.l ground I which U all rlitlit, but frequent ly It la overlooked. A Rood mineral mixture for lioics as follow a; Three bushel charcoal, two quarts air slaked lime, field ixxindi alt ami one bushel wood ashca. ... out-doo- rs Cashier. W. O. Rigney, Asst Cashier W. F. Miller, J. Louis Gill, Teller. Mrs. N. H. Hamilton, Asst Teller and Book-keepe- r. Book-keeper. ture DlllKCTOItS II. F. lludion, l'res J. J. Walker, S. G. Gibbi, I.. L. Walker, Shirley lludion, c. line-slun- e. Iioiih-mad1 Take Cardul today. It may be Just what you need. At all druggists. E.H V. F. Champ, J, W. Sweeney e ON ROLL OF HONOR DEPOSIT HERE AND SAVE YOUR MONEY. The Central Record, Lancaster. Ky. Thursday, Dec 2 1920. DG selves. Sausage Hills Christmas is n time of k''I, cheer, and the square deal in-- 1 creases it a hundred fold. DEATH CLOSES NOTED CAREER Mrs. Desha Breckin- GENUINE KANAWHA SALT. Best for Curing Meat, Ask for Kanawha. The time- is opportune for the approaching activities of the holiday season. Every fireside will have its I.KXINCTO.V, KY., Nov. The BlocJRikboi) Premium Heir. Notice the Diffcitcrt. own hour of joy and thanks- - Desha lirtckinridgc, 18 year old, Try a Sick Today. Hiving for the blessings that wife of Dcshn Hrccklnridge, editor of have lieen showered upon us the Letington Herald, (treat- of Henry Cloy, anil KccleancdJNorthern Seed Kye, Clover by the ruler of the universe. woman suffrage and civic They are sacred to the home leader, died here at ft o'clock this and TimothySeed, White Sweet Clever. and may not he intruded upon morning following u stroke of by editorial suggestion. suffered Tuesday. After she CremoJDalrylFeedJwIll make your Cow give Our churches will hold their was stricken a Cincinnati specialist min- was summoned and he, with several services, at which time the more milk. Horse and Mule Feed. local worked isters will tell us of the wonder- hours phsician, her to for several to restore consciousness, Kentucky Farm Feed. Ballards Bran. ful deeds of tlfe only perfect but she gradually sank to death. man. This is in accordance Mixed Feed. Ground Barley. Mrs. Ilrcckinridgc was prominent with a custom which time never in club, educational, temperance, suf frnge. and civic work In Kentucky, obliterates. Fresh Car Portland Cement, Lime, Sand and her marvelous energy and ability Hut isn't there one other enabled her to take an active pnrt in Kock, Common und Pressed Brick action still to be taken during many movements for the betterment holiday week? of the community and State. the days of the Wouldn't it be an act of She was president of the Kentucky brotherly and sisterly love to K.nial Itights Association from 11)12 "LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS." to 1015; vice president call a monster public meeting tucky State Tuberculosis of the Ken Commisun for some evening following from IS to 1017, and vice pres .lent Telephone 26. ( DC 31 3E hnstmas, to which every per- - of the National Kqual Suffrage " ' ' - r son, of every creed, is urgently elation III 1.1 and 191 I. perform that duty. Drlrfalr To Geneva invited, and there spend a few The Central Record During the past summer she went' 11 ,s not "pessary we hours in tlmt spirit of fellow that y there 11S0 luurd Weekly, to (ieneva, Switierland, as one the Preston. become niggardly m our ex- -, ship of which Christ was the delegates to the International ofSuf P.y.l.l in Adf.nc At the (.losing meeting of the re .Mr Sam Preston, who lived nut peiumures, or that we deprive disciple? frage Conference from the t'nitedl v.val eries Ihe rvvivnlwt leaned J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. 'ourselves of any of the neces- - chief it died at his home the Kemper if m.rvi-- to nut the Uw nt Mate, and upon her return Umk an lost week, of tuberculosis He had over the pulpit ant said he bad nr. . t rt i t x t it r it important announcement to make. sitiesor reasonable luxuries of jfe into but one single heart active tart in the national Hlitical been 1 """ to III home for several The situation does not it would be blessed in the sight campaign. speaking in .Missouri. month. He was rtS year old and "It ha iome to my knowledge tlmt Post Office in Lan- - ,ift, Entered at the Kariffli and other states for the Uwre is call for such an extreme. Mail aster, Ky.. as 0f the Creator who permits us Democratic presidential ticket. Onei i survived by his widow. He was wh baa a certain man intoWashington ' nt been true bis famll) Matter. a member of the llupUst Church Hut produce economize 'to glorify ourselves by houor- - of her mot notable achievements in u ... . an.! not . . - rut rim ,rrTTcm .. .rtr ,rttniiurini im' i or hi ri'luruinuonrtit who hasTWa been 'ave. . ing the birth of His only begot i.exmjton was me mumling oi l.in,, mn life ,4ic Lancaster. Ky., December 2, 1920 Model School for poor children. That means not only the re- - t0n i0ii. H wet Ult intonight. If ing m Um- Unea.ter cesaetery. ' The establishment of the Hluegra h will deiHMit a 110 turn to a sane commercial the ciUe What say you, citizens of Tuberculosis Sanitarium was akso Member Kentucky Prcw Association atantlnrcl in fnc jn,m0(Jiatt. ulipn n " Wl" '" fu. good cheer .' Grant largely the result of her energetit and "f h repentaieee and HsttMng ture, but a far greater and bet- , enthusiastic efforts. If he faiU to do tin a lingering lllnewi f .evrral er will bv minI tor country in the years to mrss She is survived by her hustmnd and THf. amjjuj-ahim that I will announce h ' .Mrs. Walter Grant, aged S - lard presses BUTCHER KNIVES LARD CANS Just A Suggestion. discussiiiK ridge Succumbs To Stroke In Prime OfLifc. 25.--M- OBELISK grand-daughteworld-know- r n apo-plex- y MEAT SAWS Conn Brothers. . Hudson & Famau 11111 111 C I '' . t 1 I Second-Clas- s ! .... , . . - i furth-Afto- r i Katrt For Political Announcement,. Por Precinct and City Offices. .15.00 For County Offices 10.00 For State and District Offices.. 15.00 Most people are at heart For Calls, per line .10 .10 advocates of the square deal. Far Cards, per line It is a natural trait of the for all publications in the interest of individuals or expres- American people, and the resi- on ox mmvuiua, v.ews, per dent of come. Squaring The Deal. this community are (Obituaries, per line .05 ul"" ..tu...-..,- l u .1 i f i... .1 nmnimt farm near Marccllus last Saturday. U. ' each school term anil special meetings They represent the only man-- 1 priced their holiday offerink'n are to be held ns the counlv suiter. The loss is about $:i,()00 with a small insurance. The barn was full of tonor in Which It IS possible to tiown as low as U IS possible for t or n majority of the board bacco and it tit thoiiL'lit. tin. n. nrit'i- may order. Itegular meeting days nated front continue prosperity without i them to be sold. They have the stripping room tove. ilfst tinderKoini: a disastrous done their utmost in order to nre t0 b0 'llisi',", t the first meet Always be prepared and imure ing of the board. puriod of financial and com- meet the roquirments of the The board are to determine eiluca- - with K. ( Unities. mercial depression. public. ,!,. .....i ...... ..ii..i... ..r ,i... It is apparent that with a We feel that our people are scriU' the regulations for the con City Shows few exceptions the country as eminemtly fair minded that duct and management of the schools, I Assessment. a whole understands and ap- they will extend the square subject to the s and policies of preciates the situation fairly deal to the home merchant at the State Hoard of Kducntlon and Mr. II. Clay Hamilton just com1 u An well, and is disposed to take lifts t mil u limn tit? till tlU 41 L I with the content and advice of the pleted the assessment of the city of ItltllMIt) VIMIVl county superintendent , . I Lancaster, which show a Decided such action as necessity re uuii:r BuiiAuiin ui inu year mat Majority Acts on Funds. of l'Jl'J. in the quires, they will first examine the The boards appropriate funds .Mr. Hamilton hat made a very efficiLet it be said that we of this .stocks of the local merchants when a majority agrees. ent asiessur, ns his report to the City community are anions those before making their Christmas Provision is made for a county Council shows. According to his books who are patriotically endeavor purchases and, all things be-- i school budget and fixing the school ing to brintr order out of con-- . iik equal, that they will uive on the $100 nor mora than CO cenU. has $l,7IL037.00 in real and person-a- l property, divided as follows: white fusion that we have a clear the local man the benefit of tax rate at not lesa than 'JS cents The fiscal court must mnko the tax $1,017,357.00, colored, $84,080.00, perception of the duty of the their tade wherever possible levy fixed by the board of each coun- an Increase over last year of 1 hour and a determination to without prejudice to them- - ty. According to the Utter. ... -,.. .our Christmas spirit this year? Shall we go even further and pessimistic as to the future, for- - make it a square deal for otir-- i it. The country i.Un;need! selves, and for the community of something better than pes- - that shelters and feeds us? simism at this time and this Our people for a number of cuimuuiiuy is a pan oi mis years nave enjoyed a large country. measure of material prosper ous is a period of readjust- - ity. This fact is reflected in ment and reconstruction, and the community life, in the no country can survive such a clothes that we wear, in the time without serious disagree- - food we eat, and in every act monts. dissention and coi, of our daily existence, fusion. It will be reflected in the pur- Mntnry We are undergoing our chases we make for the holiday share of it now, and there will season, which will be upon a be more to follow before we liberal scale, though possibly can hope to become our normal not extravagant, selves again. It is not within the province We of this town are but an, of the editor to tell our people atom as compared to the whole where to spend their monev. country, but the welfare of the It is theirs, to spend where and nation is as sacred to us as it as they think best, is to the residents of the Kreat-- 1 Hut a spirit of fairness 'pels us to say a word in behalf metropolis in the land. We should each strive to do of our local merchants those our utmost toward stableizinj,'! dealers who have stood loyally the community in adversity conditions and restorini,' com-'b- y morce to a level where it can as well as in prosperity bo maintains, with justice and: They have purchased heav-- , U" i safuty- the wholesale markets j It instructs the members to elect one Barn Burns. order to be able to supply the, ft their number chairman and nnoth Product economize save. Mr. K. C. McWhorter lost a large Those are the three pnr-- i holiday wants of our people. tr v,ce tnalrmnn- At lenst one re- barn and content) from fire on Ins meeting must lie neiu iiuring . Need Of The Hour. not backward in this respect. Shall we incorporate the spirit of the square deal into if you are inclined to bei ' im-e- st '' months. brothers ami tera. yours died at her home on the Dan name " among the former Col. Thomas C. .Mr- - vile pike last Wednesday of tubercu-The colleetion showed eighty live She was a gstsxl woman and a $10 bills ami a note promising to BOARDS DISCLOSED Powell, noted breeder ami turfman. devout mtHnber of the loenl Haptlst j iwy the $10 m the morning, RASH church, where funeral services were, Inconducted hist Thursday by llev. ('. Bill Wrigley Danville I Strttther. Interment follow ttl inGeo. Colvin I.ancaiter cemcter). She is urthe When big Hill Wrigley wus asked Physician vd by hi't husband r.nd several to give the secret of his successful Duties Of children, all of whom have the sym- advertising which enabled him to pathy of man friends in the loss of make and sell tune billion sticks of SUICIDES IN- - CINCINNATI School Directors a devoted wife and effec'ionate chewing gum a year, or thirty million HOSPITAL. mothc . day. he rtplied. "TeJIVm quick and Duties of counFrankfort, Ky., tell em often AdvertMng is ver Dr. Fayette Montgomery, 50 years of education chosen at the boards 'much like running a furnace- - vou've November election under the law old, Danville physician, mnrried in got to keep en sniveling coal. Once . . vnm of the Ken-g- August to a daughter of Oovernorp""1! t thc IVIlgnt I ry I nIS. ou stop staking the fire goes out " tuck" State IkM""". nrc outlinwi Klect McKae, Arkansas, ended his life The Vagabond. I Washington. I Wives in in College Mill hamtarium, Cincinnati ' Wednesday morning. He stabbed ! bands as never before and the but Mr. and Mr Luther Koiney and f j bands a never before' and the bus grand daughter, visited Mr Wodfard superintendent of Public Instruction himself with a penknife. He was taken to the institution bands are watching themselves more uainr at ijii. range, hy the past (leorge Colvin. The board in, each county i composed of live members. Tuesday by ;i son for a week's res. closely aas the result of a reviVal week The physician was suffering from .i The boards, which take office in break-dowMarch, 1921, are an outgrowth of an nervous Dr Montgomery, who had not office of county sueffort to take the shown any intention of harming him perintendent of public school out of self, was found dead W'ednesday polotics. The board receives a per morning with knife wounds in th.' diem of $i..00 for the time it is in eart and on the wrists session, but cannot spend more than ,)r" ' had practiced expense. 175 a year on per diem and He was thew to! for each member. In ..in nf th, lilt,. rnm.r,'.man A It Kach of the county boards will up- - Montiromcry Kila.thtown. and was point it county superintendent of married twice His first wife, Sarah schools to take office January 1, Maine, died sevurnl years ago X'JTZ. His work will be confined ul They had three children Ilruce Montmoot conclusively to the rural schools gomery, Itrownsville, Term., Mij ns the law specifically exempt cities Alice Montgomery, who is attending of the first four classes from the su- Washington Seminary, Washington. pervision of the county superintendPenn., and Hewett Montgomery, of ent. Danville. Arr Tu Name Tiusters He married Mrs. Mary Mcltat. ;, The boards also will name district daughter of T. t . McKae, Preseott, Ark., (lovernor-Klec- t of that State, trustees. He ulto leavi Teachers will be apivoinUni by the August li. two! board upon rccommondution of the brothers. Dr. Jnmes Montgomery nnl( . C. Montgomery, Hank President., county superintendent. I..-- .. T1... .1: .1... both of Kliznbvthtown. POWER OF COUNTY a number or la. i Superintendent Of struction Outlines ACT Prominent Talks Lancaster Pastors ZJZl Grand Opening Kw-in- Holiday Goods j l'-t- - - i inU-nilen- 11 ' I SATURDAY, DEC. 4th 1 Increased Came und see the most complete stock of Christmas goods ever shown in Lancaster. Remember the dateof opening.Saturday December 4th. i ' Haselden Brothers I he Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, Dec 2. 1920. WE ARE STILL TKIMMING OUR PRICES AND NOT OUR CUSTOMERS BUT LITTLK RENT TO PAY. Ranges from $30. to $99.. Cooks O from $20. to $45., Heaters from T 1 ft I $10. to $40. Stove pipe, Elbows, Coal hods, Pokers, Shovels, etc cheap. A few freezers at cost, Wire fence, Watfons and Harness. J. R. MOUNT The & CO. Deal House. I? IJJ J I vSi Y J L 1 TAKE IT IN TIME A otrInJ ire nld often lead ti something far more oiku( Tnke it fn tlmr ami wbnt OIIIHOPItACTIO will do for ywi. Consultation nn.l Hplnnl Analyst Free. We are overstocked on SUITS and will offer our Suit stock at rediculously low prices. J There will be Four Lots of Suits as follows: I 3 Lipscomb Central KfCotd lluildlne, K C& Monday. 30 A. M Lipscomb WrdnvstUy LANCASTER, nd KY. eery l Friday from 30 A M, It Gossip About 1 I ' f ItryimUvtlUMr J It Unveil, iiml daughter. Mr. I. Stalling, of A pi'k wd with Oklahoma spent the n niece. Mr. It. I. Ilinntii. Jj if m to m m This includes our entire stock of Suits and it will pay you to sec the remarkable values we are offering. Every duy finds us offering wonderful values in all womens apparel Our entire RUG STOCK is being offered at 25 per cent off. w t A Rrul Wjt tyhoM Mtr.tloti ol lh Wi Am Comlntt intituled sJ 1 1 "J PI Mr. Clarence llradihaw, Martin FTry, (Ihlti have been vi J? it. ng ttT, Mm. J- - Tucker Mini XS Srt family tin HirliHiund Street. Mr nnd f RUG NEWS SEE THEM. illhO.N.. M..CL bTOKi: 2 IIOrSK OF Ol A' 1TY Mt llittif Wwt hu Mwt'iit-!- ! a IkmiK kiiiHr at the (iar "Jv pimtum .Mr nr.. Mr- - K I Came were rr.l llank and Trurt (Nmiiauiy and vMlor n Loii.ville thi week nun assumed her dutiu several tl (Mini are in Mr ami Mr. K Cnpt. T. A. Klkin ami ilntlhttT. M '! Mr K l llrown Sutton wen- - in and Mr pleasure lUMm!!r trtis wrrk on tonight fur Mim Snllie Klkm this w I.rxmton .Monday trip. IVl-anFin., where they will spend Dr. H. S. llrown. of Stanford, They will spend several l)r and Mr. .1 M. Artun, f DanJmv t'Mtx il RaM'y. of Ashville. S the winter, in UincHtter Sudy. lMirinl here of Mrs. I week in Atlanta on their way down. ville, ucrr viitr ni're Hundny. att.T.ded t. See Our Shoe Specials 'i Mr Nuk Sander mn (.o ne on t rfyMstYiiVMy lae Stanford Street. iJ.te sick at XXXOOOOXaXXX HXVN HiacXiCMWTX d, 5 i Mr ,:nd Ir. Adolph Dorix dititirhter, Mi. d K. MoliHlMrt Mm Mr. UV renret t annoutief that Mm. ' Kev. am! Mr. Hurry HinUim. Mi- recent titor erf.Martlm mid llden OBI (i, A. Swineliroad, mwther of Mr (i. ' Sfillh- - Klkin Imivc mt the Mwi- .Mr. ami Mn. II. Swltietircad, Imd a nevere full lint; in Danville. in I,.ixin:t8H. Om, V. Ilrwii. eek and Iw. been cunt nr,l to her ,n ottrfWi f ,))uixiie. Mary ()vvJey, u bo ha Mi .lay. Iler frtona., evUr , , -- f Mr . , .Mr. imn4 Mr. W. M. tnv a are wwhinc for rpondinK a few dny at tiome. rturn- Mr .and Mr. Tom I'ankm were a njumly recovery. Jtt,,H Bitxc)w. Tlmnttutvtnt: dinner in hnor of MIm ed te I.exinirton Colkw Monday. hoU at a vr- - delightful party on , Sarah IUnd, of .Mr and Mr. Jaaion Trwitui. enter-- ) Tlwnkjivin(: evening, at their home t, Mr. Jlinmie Uamiey. of Minder-('p" 'pert nvar Lancaster. ITie followmK youne tainod atom twenty live uot Sn-- mnvillc N. ("., hn been viltini; I Jin-- ' inter-taitu-- d ami liu'i Hay .Mk rhtink'jrivint: vdtn her parrMr, Mr. had the honor of beinR pres. rHatie. at a TInnkKh1ni; dlnni'r In turday nmht at a day party. About mamed to and Mr. It. II. Haw-oMIm Nina Hcrndon, Thou. Itan- nine o'clock all am' and mtuic were it. i. amiui, i Wwtt ol ),rWheeler, of Danville, is thejhir cIhiI Momlny. irfuyod. (rrsHKw ami banana wurei Kva Itankin. Haskell kia, Jr., Ml K,u"'1 m'r mrved. All reported a delightful Mr. tn. U'.ltV. Unlnn. Mlf Kathleen llratton. Allen WimhI anil .Mr. Wood. Mr. and Mr. J. II. HouriH prnt ,jm,. Walter. Morris- Hanfcte. M' ..." m.. i..i..,'r:iii Mr wt-rrlld in l.oui M.u Ola Hankin. Harvey ht Thwll?IIIC Mr. mid Mrs. I), dulley and family, Mr. F. II. .Marklniry were v.itQr .MrB.-f- . vil Ut of Mr and Mr, K1ni:j Mr and Mr. Koyton Hay Kave an .tiovt-Mi I.eeU (iilhpte, Hob- week to the Taylor pro-- ! , I.cx.ncton Monday. dRMft dinner tho !il Sunday to the e ert iumn. Mix l.innie Hankin, llirdie Mae ert on Kiehmond .trert. followimr k'tti'tl: Mit Mi r McKechnie, Mis Suie Hankin, Jonnetta Farra retHmenl to Suiitlt. of Idchmond, liwwnn. Alter Hay, l.ula Smith and Mr. Mr. Charlpi Dunn, altera vb.it to her school at Nazareth, after spendinp J ewe Weaver, Mis Matilda Hell. MdMt Hmr and Inez Hay suited the Maudtv Clark, Mwi Ilerbtirt lloltt-claw- . h, mother, Mr. W. Ahborn Price. tir ThanW'ivinc season with her wr-- Arthur Hankin. Miss Thelmn (Jillis- MhMMt l.nta durini; the THnnkuk'ivinK Ji.hn llratton, Hubert Hay. Wil- lia returned to Chicago. i nu. Mr. and Mr. John M. Farm. Pie. Snnth Hankin, Mls Nancy Hnn HidMayt. liam Clark and Hubert Smith. km. (Iu.n ItiitiLifi. Mit. .fi.tinin P. ' Irvm Fiekerson, of Onib Or- Mr. Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Carpcn or left Mor-rtJ(jhn raUonf M,M y K Mrs. J. K. Itoldnmin, Mm. Word ha been received from Mr. rhnrd Surini'v. wa. tin nf Mr Vhw.) for Saint Cloud. Fla., yenki-y- . Mh, Mnrtlllf Ir. Doolln. Miai Joan Mount ami Virrie Saufley Hughes that lie rei.cl.ed Fort c,Jy j.ut,nn ,,rit,Jiy with Mr. Carpen- ..,. several month-sta- y .,nA Vr, JnnlM Mon- Meyeia, Fla.. saf and sound, travel- ntMored t l.oxtm;tn er' father, who ha a larc oraniie Mr. and Mr. Calvin Henter. Delicday tie day Mi MarKarrt Fickerson, of Crab Krove. iBf tr entire dwtmieo of 1113 mil ious rvfresbment were served, and in hi llnyno car. without one bit of charmMl. Salll I.hwom returne! to her nKIHe or tire trulde dunm: Uie ton Orchard Sprini:, ha been the Mr. Jack Caey, who h ttcia twery one spent an enjoynble curat of Mi J.ilmi tta Farra ,hc Monday after a vMt hmiH Atr Mr Mr. Hankin. day trip. Mr. Huche anil baby in Illinois )ia receive 'w tf ttvi'tal mntb, wilit frind and joininl Mr. and Mr. It. K. HuKbe und him a dny later, uoiWJ by "The rtetchnTKe and joiml hi j u'rioT Jurw.l. rt4nUvii in liHliatiin. daughter. Miss Margaret, of l.ouU-ville- , wife with her parents, Mr. and Mrs., SuuUilnnd." attended the funeral of Mr. W. H. Wilkinson. ami daughter, of Mr. II- - I.. Mr. and Mm. Pat Sutton entertainHugh T. l.oKnn. CarMn have rvturnttd home after Mp. Hallie Dunlnp h ed Friday at a twelve o'clock dinner, returned I PnmMmi; tfvural day with her iler. Tkvu' ,tt hv l,ra'or mwxing every vas the ' MIm Kdna llerkcle, uho has been from llryaHtsvill., where Kuo't beinc. Mr. ). J. Hvndren and ,Mm. Hiry A. Mttore. nli:ht at Xhv home uf J' family, ef Danvillv. Mr V. M. Hen-dre- pending a few day cuost of her wattier. Mr. Fox. who! Pur!,l-IE. W. O. ChmmO- - I ;.imI Ml Miiry llrwn wUll hir parrnU, ''k-!U- il lun stnt ..Ih, lti:rn Il fr hr ,, Wna' Thankiirivintr weak-enmotiier. Mr.. C. I.. Honer. In ill i,,mteVi!l. Mi Darin Ho muin wHIi hr Kramlmother for ever- y Joeph nndj l(oe, spent with Mr. Ik Classified Column it RATES! SiiikIc Insertion lc n word g No ad taken for less than -- Oc 5 in this column. No mlr in this $ column chnrscd. J 1 lli 1 ,.ter !", n, .ir. - ..,,, p,t, ,t: Seven insertions for the price of five. Phone order must be paid promptly. a 'ie VOn SAI.K: KOH CooMnc tove. Mil Ani.'nda Anderson. TaI.K: Two extra nice Island Hed Hocsters. Phone for rent Apply to Mr.i. 151. l'.ooms K. M. Hill. Maple rut lat Gro-;jhod- (it. ; 1 Avanue. I , l.u llme, ,,, Jn iuit f" ,,. his'-, jM ,,,., fr Hog killing 'imc is here and I am prepared to do your butchering for you. Phone 31.1. Hadrn I.eavell. FOH SAI.K: Home raised. ( 1 i - lt eve-tatin- 30 nice voung ewos. W. K. I.eavell, i.aiunter, Ky. Jsi i , rrayer Meeting " Campbed FOH SAI.K:Two registered HiK Type Poland China boars. llrewer l.aytoti. tf and family, of Dauville, Mr. McCormick rvturned to their home in Ashcville.l Kverrtt Park and son, of Danville, and family, of They attinded thei.Mr Mack June N. C. Tueday O. Iledu'rville. Mr S. II. Sander and funeral and burial of Mr. (iiiodloe. wl-lied in Vshi'Ville last I family and Mrs. Jamie Sanders and son, of Thursdm - t ilr. and Mr. Joe i here, returned to Paducah to rosumr her duties in ha. b.en quit ill f jmoumoMa row recovering tewly. the Hitfh Sclmol roosters. ad All are invited. Mbnf'r street. FOH SAI.K: -- Nice plymouth rock Phone 374-Mr. John Oakoa. half-moon He-Kb- f .MirfiTTr f fT T FTr r ' 'J ' T A '-- " yj y yj y "J yA A Will givo more pleasure thnn any other Christmas Gift. Make n single Rift to the whole family that will be worth while. Victrola When you consider that it will briny, joy into the family for a life time the cost is small. WE HAVE THKM FROM $25.00 TO $275.00 COME IN AND GET OUR EASY TERMS We are selling now from our Christinas stock so you have no time to lose if you would get the style you want. LOOK UNDER THE LID, BE SURE IT IS A A ana Atkisw, if Janctiaa City Mi Mr. nnd Mrs Authur Hubbard, who n tear hi nr at C.unn's have been guest of Mr .nnd Mr. who has nt-J. I Storuie, returned to their home Ciai.nel. in llarrard Co. has return- home her school ha been laid in Covington Sunday. l.uf until th.. siirim-- i.tm. Mm Katie llarne Dickerson gnve! Kf The many friends of Mb- Thanksgiving dinner iwrt,1 in honor i f I . r quests, Mi Fmnci Trent an.) Bright were mrry to how that site M . Margaret .Morrisin. W t her htntio hreakiHr tlte lipiment of her left arm and . Mr. Alexander Kennedy, Mr. and nw earryiNK it in a sllug. j Mrs. W. A. Farimu and son, Kennedy. .DM Kato ami Lillian Kittnatrd have been guraU of Mr and Mrs j Hank Hudnin in Danville. cnlortaliuwl the past week with a diu- t :il . H". r i. m.mr I .Mr. John l.ognn, of New York City ij avenue in honor of Mr. nnd Mr. John ha been spending a fow dys in Jill KiaiMiiid. The table and for it $ Lancaster, having come to the funeral eewlur iiee a lnrw basket SIKhI with of hi brother, Mr. Hugh fruit. A 4 uourse menu wa er'- - Dull Court. LOST: Pale red muly heifer, b in forehead. White Whiteted ward for information. lt-p- ,.! La l lt ei , fc. ...,. lj jen of the dullest courts ,W n,'r wl" '"Ijouni next Pl'IH.IC SAI.K: Saturday, Pic. Saturday, t'nly one jury cae has 1th. one o'clock, all household ami mwl tirm. kitchen furniture. Fourth house North The cae of C. II. Swrnebroiid and of Ice Plant. It. Junius Mguutot Hay Waiton Mi. Foster, FOH SAI.K; -- Now six horse power V .:." Ric.stcr and Kendrtek Al- cur;., of feuuiford. ovr a commission gasoline engine, Fairbanks and Morse jf the sale of miihc Stanford lots, and Hoss feed cutter. Priced to alp. W. 11. Ilurton. IMLtf. wa ueeided yttsterday for the defend-AntSTHAVKD: To my place about Tie ,,rnd jury will 't Friday and sdvourn. l' to this time no in- - two weeks ago, u buy horse mule, ix years old. 1Mm. l(t,t.n turno(1 Owner can have ram by paying for advertising and keep-inCharlie Dean, Ilryantsville, Ky. Card Of Thanks l FOH IIKNT flarage adjoining u For tne i.iany act of kindness, for lloral oireriug. for the hotel for year 1021. Possession llrumnul Lewi and Miss f sympathetic friends, during 'ti January lt. For further infor-ou- r tene Lewis, of K. C. W. Danville. VRU recent bereavement, we are in- - mntlon call on spent Thanksgiving with Mb Elisa- jip.. V. M. Liddell. of NaUhei. Mr. Hella Arnold Franc deed grateful and take this means of belli Wlilker at her home in Paint Mim.. and Uuisville. Kv.. announct expressing it Mr. Mary Logan. LK'k. tli Mntniskuittit Ur tiutifhifw Mi Hor- - AbHI KUMt w're Prc' the beautiful giv-wor- -- . tt .) VICTROLA, CROOKS Sc WARE Successors to T. P. CURRY & SON DANVILLE, KY. 307 Main STORE OPEN EVERY EVENING IWh HichanUoa. to Mr. L. II. IklVis Frunri. und Mi.. wilt lie olemniseil dur. (garet Morrison, studenu ut Hnmiltun Thc '"""J-U'- c M Did- ,hc 'College. LexiiiKton. spent Taank.giv- Kinsmen ami otner " ing day with Mis Katie Harm Diek- H friend in Lexington who hear the 1h 'erjion. new with interest and good wishes, Mis Amy Dawes, who i attending Lo.inton Herald. j (icorgetown College came home t Dr. and Mr. J. II. Kinnaird enter- pnd the Thanksgiving holiday ami attend the Mahun-Sum- rall wedding M,,nw" '""rsuny wnnu laanKsg.ving ainner pariy in ineir nome on .unpie n 'in Danville IttVenue A delicious three course cl,i .Mi Mnggte llowlin, of Paint I.lck,meni wn served and tho alfalr prov ami Jese U Dennis, of College Hill, rd u most enjoyable one. Thoc were married Thanksgiving ut the prcscnt were Dr. and Mr. Virgil home of Dr. r. C. McDougle. Tiny and baby, Virgil, Jr., Mr. and left for a brief wedding trip to Louis-vil- Mr. John dill Kinnaird, Misses Kate Hlchmoml itegister. nnd Lillian Kinnaird. Mi Trt ir. tr" Notice ' Kin-nhi- e. Alt person indebted to the estate of Mary Hell Taylor, deceased, will ple.iH' pay the same now or as soon n same become due. to me or to my attorney, J. K. Hobinson, und nil ' person having cluims against the 1 FOK SAI.K; My residence on tate of Mary Hell Taylor ure hereby Crab Orchard Street with two ncre notified to present them properly of ground. House Iwa eight rooms. proven according to law, immediate 2 halls, bath room, hot nnd cold ly, to the undersigned or my attor- water, electric light ami nil modern ney, J, K. Hobinson, of Liincnster, conveniences, including all out builKentucky, ding. Now occupied by A. W. Kuva. This November 8th., IWO. nuugh. Possession Juu. 1st., lULH. Cyru Taylor, Kxecutor of the Phone 302 Henry A. Muore. Kstute of Mary Hell Taylor. (tO-Utf) W A NT K D ; It e ub! man to scJI gujirnntejil roof nnd brirn paint to tobacco farmer on ln-ti- l warehouse lloor thi winter. Keep indoor, make big proflU. Wt-jint one. Hodei Product Co., Ilurxiu. Ky. Clifton Hod s Ilurgin, Ky. 11 The Central Record, Lancastei , Ky.. Thursday Dec 2, 920 I IT TAKES THE STARCH OUT Hunl'l.. f.il.ia It trratmrai of Kmai Tttf,KHfwm.ltrh Mc Oom IvTtmdiarcuratrt bnaua Man Irratmmt. failrd Huni'aiUNa hat lilwtnl Iua4iad W tsw Vau caa'l Um mm an a..k It al m tU TODAY, fits It. Khout qa.Mkmlf i The Pretty Dream Br M01.LIE . If. 4 MATHER rtt af... wm mtn lria la- SIOMMLf, DRUG STORE. Or. Printus Call. nilM eir YOU NEED A TONIC deuti tli in Tom He was klinll J CoMETIMES i'iiceriiil In her health and her plea ;ctto-MiiRMaltrt Rich Rnl Wood tires as eM, and neer tiNi wrnpt up , III liuli'ei to refine a smpalhellc Ami Lift. You Out Of tlail. r. Yel. the 'Mslims" remained. M. S. Vl.liins .if n greiii l.cinl.-rii- l rood with Mr. Ill, Rut. it lake Idu nml spnrklliu: at Its foo' HATFIELD There are days when you feel Of a summer there, the tmiirlc of Its Of a crude, plctur You think you moonlit hIkIiIs. itn right sick eqne DENTIST nt the edge of I In- - wood Yet, us far .uMn't feel any worse. where n )mig limn labored Office Th Garrard Dank. iiit mis. lis you know, there's nothing the mat Rnidenca 37G. i r Uith you. From the time you get lhle liientleii, n hnmre faced, ilnrk I'honr. Office S. Sed with KENTUCKY. un n the morning till you go to bed inly niiti; mail Mild a smile nf wnm LANCASTER. a tender olre in Hi...in at night you ore tired. You feel as milteli the mlle Jlllle lunl been much this nmnV nmimiilon!ilp It uii though you'd like to sit down and do You look tired and pale her nnele wlie hnd whlimleally Intro an. I haggard. You pet cureless about illlriMl the te. StewHrt." he said, "this W a mod Exclusive. .i ur dres. ld em .lulle, my friend Your blood is all here mi of the cities; No wonder! was Imrn a future IMIvm. hut Optometrist . gged up with poison. Your power he hav not quite ochhnetl not jet " After 'hat the girl had mviihmI to DANVILLE, - KENTUCKY f u'sistance is lit n low ebb. Your the lirtlistml tn'iri eerv-iheflilu l need food. It needs the hel hnnee Opposite Gilcher Hotel. In Hie uihmI where the Invs ..t the vitalizing tonic. I'epto-Mn- n Office Hour. H to 12 and I to 5 p.m umilo iti will give It. lntenil oi lecling Ink", n eathidrHl. on th lHiik of the where M little Irnnt wa liar exhausted and tired out for months Ixiretl Miinetltm" they would row ti. u will soon pick right up and feel aether. imctlti- talk Idly as he ex w '1 and strong again. And with tdaltHtl nml laHcht- -l with her about good red blood you are able to tight hl future Intentions If ailments. FUNERAL DIRECTOR There were hearts. Julie was tnM is widely and heart that had Inied and where Steunrt Ofllre Ove r National Hank. It i ef Holtntw was rtittt eriietl. Itnt the girl endorsed by physicians. Hesidence t'hone 3. Ofllce I'hone 1T7 frttive and iay to take. It is pre-- iinlhl nml weni on to her fate LANCASTER. KY. ..reii in both liquid and tablet form 'or .llllle. tito. learned to h'e the IIKItl and you ran take one or the tthrr f sentleiifs anil eharm. All nt once Tom I'arter hack In the cllv iviiinl n mil receive the same benefits. crude Mug, on an endle qtiet for M. Sold at any drug store. Hut be mere dollar. Didlnrs won hnnl 1'epto Ihlnkltig ami tlrele you get the genuine .:ro netlon In n his tangan "(Judo's." Ask for it by imreni In the city Tom s hrle' t! e full name ami be sure the full miles proi ot to her hU ahorpt.n In " Kentucky. woe. "Guile's (Advertisement. l is on inerreiitirv pursuit. "Dear Jul e Tom nkint Lick. "wild (rnl "Itiisy ,.ery minute package thinking of ye.ii Jnt the ame. illv' "pins on villi hurry home from ih .biilNiiid had been more A Jri XD 3 OF A FELLOW Working" Hard Kvory Day Without Let-u- p Wears You Out In Time. ,k,.4, l i mn ttlrTereiit after lie n niiirrled, eterjnne tohl her o. Amu Mlllleent III ouiirortiibl i'iNdnieme explained how llcht tMt.nt iiililliiil In the renllt.v f eiisi ilemtlnti, and surely m .liille thoticlit It would HERE'S Your Chance TO or MAZE A MIGHTY j. j. Byrne Big Saving We invite you to get other prices, then come in and compare with ours and see for yourself how much more your money will t ' . J. A. Beazlev - i I'epto-.Manga- n !t , J. PATRICK, DtsntlMt. - buy here. IVpto-Mnngan- i- VETERINARIAN. Antvrd Promptly Day Mti a- - Honaker Fine Cut Flowers. And while Julie wmihl rntliiple her men say sweet things to their unsatisfactory letter. Stewart won'! o on talking In his Ifntitlfiil way, hint or Kites. It has its reward at meal lug adly of what her return would times. mean to him. Julie riiillreil what It I'hona 317. It's a fact, though, that some men was golnc to mean to her. KENTUCKY Winn Stewart made Into to Jtill never fail in an undertaking. They he loneiil wildly to hrenk her encasenever begin. ment, and told him o. Hut even In Stewart was Every mother knows the good qual- - his illsnpixtlutuii'itt Walker Cracks at Creation. Yie - lhD- THE j Big Store keep It . 'ii-r- e es of her children. know the rest. t Her neighbors thoiuhtful. John M. McRoberts. Cheer up, young man. It is easy a marry now and a darned sight easi er to unmarry. it ti A n n wi o f tit f t Im nmn i ia mii 4iiivvien iiitrtiiK iiivntj mania our crop or protiteers must be raving maniacs. I tm N. L. PREWin Auctioneer SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. There is, however, a certain ad vantage in being a fool. They arc invariably happy. And still, we are firmly convinced that prices will eventually come down when we go up and get them. When your neighbor cracks a bum juke you should at least smile sweet ly He may even laugh at yours. Lancaster. Ky.. R. F D. No. 3 POSTED The undersigned hereby give warn-to all persona not to trespass upon Don't orate upon your good qual lur lands for any purpose whatever ities to your children. Modesty for- that they attempt to outdo dad. is we will prosecute all offenders to the fullest extent of the law. HuntEverybody is talking about the ers and fishermen especially take necessity for readjustment, and won- notice. iering when the other fellow is going Mrs. Cora Phillips. K. L. Elkin. to begin. .Mrs. Emma Daniels, it. I.. Arnold. The Turks are said to be buying sirs. Sarah J. P. Hockley, about ten thousand tons of American Mrs. Kmmn Higginbotham, oul each month. Did they get any Mid find N. U. Price. f yours? a C. Ulgsby. N". we don't hear of any farmers D M. Anderson. ollering to take on winter help in exL. I. Harkcr It L Kelley. change for their keep. It might he J. C. Hlgsby. cheaper to pay wages. Mrs. Victoria Anderson, Kogardless ef our well known airiu- ' qmpon and Tracy neu, we will be perfectly satisfied V. T. King f nur Christmas turkey is a rattling you in ad :hh1 ehieken. Thank Take tlmo to think It oer. Jewel," he Mild. Jewel was his name for her. "There wl he plenty nf time to think. I fear," he added sadly, and mo- tloiiod about the ciihln toward his many plans. It was then that Aunt Mllltcent liitercedJ regard- lug pnictlcal choice In a huiaiil. .Stewart was their loved friend, she said, but Tom was their choice. fttMv. nrt himself si tiled the grievous quis- tlou. Julie had cone, near the time if her departure, to meet her wum. IniM lover on the hank of the lake, and as the moon turned the waters to uleiimlng sllwr, Stewart tenderly leaned toward her. while her hnnds clinic to his. (ood-rilch- t and good-hy- , little lewel," tlie limn snld. "Ours hss his-pretty drenm." Later she told big Tom all about It. Tom's only answer was the reeiitcd irglnc that he et their marriage day ,s fur as Julie could Judge, Iht slim ier romance troubled him not at all. ' Vjluablf Easily Trtttd. Snellen Island, near Kn.iitr. u !, It Is . i .1 thai the perfume nf flow, Norwny Is n rtm i.i of 'n-- l ers iihpn ars as hui as the starch ' u. sesstsl of Immense nreus of In the inls Is exhausted. It may. It It Is ilonhtfiil vvlu'tli.-- r nliv. , Is snld, he restored lijr ttlaclnc til" I Nttdttss Advice. wliere n tiefter lornti.m f.ir ilm tint. ' ...... u. i.. - ..1...1.... ... i " , ,n ,,.., ," ' To tell n boy to practice eeotiomy In 7 ' f'.no.tlon of st.rrh and the -- mission t the ile of so.1,, Is wn.tliis won- K- ,1 wi iratiaiin- iu - ni nnrr nsiim.s. ClneaS'i Dully N'ews More Advice. If yon think J..U are irtfi!it r' Itotton Trniis. rlpl ' -- ...... ? !j I In iih A Switterland Leads In Mutes. proortlon to j nt. tu Swltxer-Ihik- I has many more dear mutes than any other 1 ' coru Breaking a his villi man dovn Ks mo a phonograph, " Ctvliu hi his record. i Irs a chanre to hren!. r Useful Gifts? YES INDEED as jei.rs passnl, and Julie enleavored to he worthy of her bus- IkiihI's si'lislhle ieitton, the dreitlil remained to hnutit her happiest hours I tieonsi'liitish she found herself eon luually mirlng Tom'a good nature villi the oilo-- tuan's ) mpiithetle tin . TotaV tiluff wnjs with I'.ut r leis'-'idliighalf-utter- Eicellent Philosophy. Life Is Use a giiine of wblst. I iton't enjoy the came much: hut I like my ranis well ami s,t. what will he the end of It. Ceorce Ullot. ton hilt And I Wound Too Tijht. "Yes. I don't lrtiif how- - It Is. l " Mil.. I up th'ifiillli! lioness. "ll e xoh d.es'l s. doti Tit HazelwoocI TREES Sanatorium S j W'X'i r wck, Including board, mrdkil attention, bundry, etc Illjh (jiound commanding eitcnili e x lew. IIIgl.t ful lufioundinRt. Spnlal lairs for ail. Rates Turnrrcufo.il Maintained L)' the Loulivil'e Auck ution (or ii tlie adequate tinitmoit if in t!l lis iteRcs at " 1V1 lubci-tuloi- For ifui Treat i.xnt of 9 tiW4l.ni WtMttl SWt. latMui, m tmlatal II wiw'i vaMibt: itJ . Duwii I. Ctr. lUtJ ) tit uUm A, l.miU: t, HxnnrrMTrw!.;r olhi-r'I the tender, thoughts, fin' iu- - wondered If from hat gifted mind some idea hnd nol She Xoiie out to enllchteii a world. wished, sometimes Impatiently, thai Tom ens not so I'ltmiiiouplace In his for her. every phjsU-ii- l comfort as well sipplieil. Tom's labors hud won him sect ess, frill still her dream. I'lien itiiit ila they motored to n dis tant town. I oui had business there iind Julie iierniNiliIed him. Ilnlf-vvance. on I IksIt Joiirtie) they eliisiuiiturisl en Int- - Iroiihle. u Tim' million men are said to be falnlllHr ode The shi wasrut iMriiugoh the short jut of employment in this count r). the wimmD, h irlde cabin losir throllcb by. That Job you are holding down in Tom,' erlisl Julie, "this Is wlief" the country would took mighty xeod I iimsI to x lt with I'nili- - live, six a most of them. How doe it look years ago lfore we were miiriiisl. TomTf" Her hiislmiid to ou now? Yii niin-iHlr- . shh-Miiseitll) ; he was exmnliil-u- ' he r - eiikine. "Now. If I could Mail eiie fellow lo help Mte." lie said. A in i huh- - fnsn the enhlii. il "Ill Iroiil'leV asked a obv. Ter l Tom explalneil. MIL IT AND SI1ADK THKKS "Sorrj I tan't help )imi," Stewart IILOOMING SHKUUS llolim-ksI.I "hut I it it imt much on (ItAPK VINES raelli-uwork. Theie's a guruco at KVKKGUKKNS thi' I'KUKN'NIAIJS Yu won't mind wiilllngV Totn ItHUIiAltli isked Ills wife Julie shook her lust 1, KOSKS Ihi'ii she ind SteiMirt Holmes looked at HEDGE earh other. The mini's fan- - seemed Uliliiili'hisl l the )ears. his mouth less ETC. tils clolhliig woni puruiseful. FREE lLltUSTKATKD CATAThe iiiblu door hung hi mid faded. LOG. NO AGENTS. Its broken hllise, I he pictures had And ufte" turned to slmhhliioss. while, as luile mid her htlshiind nxle H. F. I1ILLENMEYER & SONS on their .uiy. she looked up lu his face with u llllle hupp) laugh. LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY. What foolish, romantic dreams girls emu have, Tom dear," she said. irl eni I., v slrmifi-- l WE HAVE THEM You want to give "something useful," yet not without that little touch of sentiment so desirable In Yuletide offering. j-- t lm- - ll't Itn of entertain-lllC- , "Your wife does doosn't sheV ikh.i-W- I Jlrs. .Viiy. (Mir. "Yes." crowds) Mi li.ihh. 'if t whe Isn't nliilim .oiiiMiiy. she's entertiilnlMC sipleMs m Mn Crut?. We have the verv thing you're seeking. The thill H IONM "I'lllX II.Ms.-- s III., nil-- 1 ,1 ,. lut of liHirrxmc the nwniii is tills off Ills feet Itlsl'-ie- t "f II 1112 to , fllld oi who keeps oi them lis Angeles l!xtit.i 1 Fosstrtult for Matrimony tr'i'''e Kith nuts' arr iiai-- . s Something for every one on your Gift List. Come in any time and look around. The Vottr's evi.r TREES Hin-lt'i- s u ofie otllce ill ii' imMkI heeomes Impressed wuh t! t!'l that one of them Is a 1'iiitst ue iwlrtot and the other Is a .i.iViisi toll ami a voraeious throg-itttthe "III) dtlTereliee of opinion Houston as Ih wuleli is which I hroio. i.i i I'll'' it ' eisltig stnnuie uimtiis Pul. IIimi when-- I nsire Stormes Drug Store. f.31 ... l Ulrits and Traps. iiouch mailt birds. of fisiriiic Hups, deielop a they for tlie: ii ir..t,.ilily Hud tlo-io of ample feed ii i whleh mil red without diinger to lliefcuM-h- . While this trait oeca- Hiiiull) Is soui.-- i lilug or a nilisiince It nfteii Is of ureiit nv to the slstlilire. Is Pelleted thilt birds, traps, will hat I m: IhhiiiihI u ris'iis-nlzbo upl lo co 10 Iheiii lor feed lu the course of thcli lolcrHilous, met o, when " iieht vvii rmiilsh material for riirMiu-tv folid-iinss W. 0. RI6NEY. Funeral Lancaster , i ii st-- Director and Embalmer. Ketiiilelicr ir'vr. Olllce. Hume IN. 'ldlie XI. e Kentucky. m orlll'l ls - rs The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.t Thursday, Dec 2, 1920 STOCK RAISE, KILL AND CURE PORK ' Live n "A Kim" By JACK LAWTON Moat Profitable Course for Farmer Pursue Any Surplus Can Readily Be Sold. U tint for Die f.inner till practice The farm er" innt prufllnhle cuimo I tit kill, inn- - mill itm tiiituKli pork fur hi il tmil iim mill htiy nddlti amounts willed ho inn pri.liuv mid fur which there l a tlilimiiil 11ii lirnrtii-i- ' nf lioinr curing Nirk h nf fered ilimueli mxl'it. Imt It I iw (fine revlied ih nllin: to it i.n There's ii iinirti hiijlng Mirk Imt who follow elng pie mid Come on Kiddies Toyland Is Open. Thousands of Joy Gifts for Hoys, Girls and Grownups on display in our third floor Toy and Gift Store. -- L Vv in vv Vf3yV Good T e,d. - Just look at what Santa Claus has had shipped here. ,a 3'.;; Hog, Alfalfa, a Crown Protein -- Qii Home of minimi liolti.trj,rl-- . TJo e MHilmi ii of tilt' I'nllnl Stnlr l.'lMlttli. til t m N'rn"it( ituraiTf the hIiiii-- i of iiiu m tti:i- - hiiioiik fnrorr llotttf ittrttl ifk. ni.(4irk putl ii - ttrrti-NllHt- t ct-t- huti-wMi- e H. iriC I ! Strli thv farmer ImiiiM fritm h' own tHIar heli- n. i,..t from th. It) NMrkt't All lmi4rtitil.Mi . .... and rtMiiinilon remain In l.i A I'tiir .rk huxw. rnhiiol httxM' a in! lunl nre hihoiic Hit lo-- f.tt rmtly till- - ImlMln. "Killing Hog Pork." mm biHne rt Hunt nf .Urtt iiltur.' i, l.v I'm tl --t i x IliiprviiMHt lit fr lue Imtr NV uiii h uifilHU ami given i.pn..-Il- l .a The Largest Stock of Toys Ever Brought to Danville at Reajusted Low Prices. of for fuuuins; frtl rl hmr Ufii nilili'l I'muilng preerve .rk nltti frfli Mtrk tlm or nml i.s Hi. lull Mill IIHIO til Millie of III.' older i) nf curing ll'f nlu-- t lg rapid and ltnlf Hit' new priwv'n miiiih nf ptirk mt fur nil Mih fur tIiW nf tin(mil In t int'rl nfirr ImicliliT nr If nttt prix llwtlllMI. Hint llrtull it,.- - lf. t rHnn I .lr W.ai.m 'I he lioii'i' litotniil ilesolnti' n.a mtno tnwnnl It. The hmnihe of Ilic irri-sbedilltii: their auuimer iMives were desolale ton. Tim le.nei crnckleil bonenlh Cynthla'a fwt n sIh went on up the garden path to tins piltnretl v frn nilii, jtiiri of illcnco nml .ili'tiiy "thimttl everywheri. Shu drew lu r fur nhoiit her thrixit tin aim sat Upon the hlclii't step to look the old plnce oer, the denr old plnce that Imd beiti her girlhood's home, IhU wlit- fully swift wnmnn hnd but to clo'e her eye to people, tin' desertivl room face, long absent. There her Miinri piano had slixel, nml nt the opHilte end of the ltnprelro pnrlur hnil been th pier gins. A witmmiti picture; that pier Kins had often , n girlish vllon of limiting with hnppy uhlnlng tyes liointitli uflly wnvy bnlr. Cvnthln reiiiemberi.il ami the vision of hcnelf, n she inv It ncnln at Its fa I rest clad In hrhlnl nrray. In sntln slipper the girl Cjnthla li.nl danced down the room, her white veil 'weeping after, nnd he had called her "the Invllest vision In the world." Hut that wns before the kls.e. Such n Imple hnppenlng to chnnge the tenor of ntie'n life n It bnd chmiced Cyn-- f ; hlu . There were two suitor. if. big Will iA'ftoti, Mor, nilurlng nml unreunrtled. And Ilarton Swift, rich by Inheritance, micccful In bitl-lie- , Ily no virtue of hi rlche had Cytithln choen, but bfrnue of her love for him, with nil the time a nche nt the hack of her bnppl-lie.- , becnue of Kior Will'. sorrow. Not Hint Will wn cowardly In defe.it, hi outward manner wns hi bet; Itnrtoti via wildly triumphant, hi Inushler rnng out nil the day long. Ilu tiny of bis w hiiis tn be Willi other friend he nnd Cynthl.t hnd fetouneil the hnllwnyx nnd room h with Mmter1. In her white robe hail InuulilAgly detleil superstition for Itiu admiration of her lover's gnie. nnd Itnrtoti left enraptured, befur the few irlef hours preceeillng the ceretiiorty. A home In n he reached hi daze, he found Hint he hnd forgot-letu execute n rertnln commllnn. mil returnetl. Knterlng the long room, id step muffled by the thick enrpet, llnrton Swift beheld rellected In the' pier Klnss. the picture wJilcli he never furuiit. and which no explanation rmiM ntlfy. Cynthia, still In her bridal rnbe, wn clasped cloo In the nrtn of Will Lofton, and ns Harton wntched. Will bent for her kiss. When he raised hi. face from hers. Cynthia gave him no wonls of anger, tenra were on her ! C)U-Ihl.i ' ' ; i j ilth ruf-lie- t, brnet on bl!-fi- ll ' - fr iiii SUCCULENT FEED FOR STOCK Sllaga la Oatt and Chtaptt Way, Say SpacialliU of Durau of Anl. mal Induttry, llnci l tlit" l'ft mill li.'HM't fonn ulilch ti nturi' iirmlitit fisil. uy tflnlUl)i of flip tmn-ni- l nf anlnml hi' ilutf f tint I'nltitl Stnti- - Wfj.urt inriit nf Aertrultnrf. Many foriiir In rron cum, rnti Ik tiinilt ulit-r- t Into ullawi'. t lull y It mn (nmn nnv'-full- rnt fi'ti l iiinkiN tln Ix-- it ftllncf (SihmI tillniri' il'- - ihU iiiiii nittlni: the ul I In- - Mr lit tnci, tlm rut tluc. ilMriliuiloii, tlmrinuli (incklne. nml plenty of innttliirc In tln mt tint Irrlul. Win n rltlilly put up nml mn fully fttl. Hi. to kIioiiIiI llttl.t If r.njr llirimcli SIlRk'tt li will miltttl for to nil lli rttiuk. l'nlr) ni mttl II T Impi iiior.1 tli.in nlliiT rlnMn nf ulili-t- i It Ikhiiim tin npplli' l .,r" fur iMrp' It N ii Witiip ninl milk proliirtluti ffol for ltt'f ml I It frum I'iftilliii: tow in full, nine ivr Stni'p llk It, nml It t "I'll Millnl tu tlu'lr nrxtU. Km'H lioro' mn mtili". m.ty Ih fill llinltitl iiimitltli-- r nf KinkI ).HilCi' f.'.-lil- ii; mil-innmin-tili'iuc ftMn. It tnf.ir "llli kihxI roultn, OF SCARCITY HEAVY HORSES to Breed Every Farmtrt Advllrd Good Draft Mara to Beit Hon Within Reach. A StJl. nui) ino.i fiiriniTi. lliimiclil nf tln ilrnft linroi linil liiiM- - tn think ilirr.T.'iiil) Imt tln-Ilia I tlii'y wro tint Tlu'y ! tinw i;ihI III I"' llliln tu priHtiiro Mi: liiirMot In llmo tu lnkc inlviiiitnt'' nf tin- - lii'vinnliis of I'jlniiii'ly lilvli prtivt. t'luli-- tlm 'lri'iniiiliiin'i"t. li- -t ililne tn ilu mm- U to lirittl owry to... I ilnift iimru tu I ho lx't Halllon llioiiu'li In. N h i'oii- ullliln r.'iuli, alltlTllllll' lllnlllliri' II u II) iho ily )or kiiI, no r 1 ; - IMMUNIZING SUCKLING PIGS Slaty to Seventy Par Cant of Serum Coat Can Be Conierved by Trtatlng at Thla Age. Ti'kIh inailo ut Aini'x. In by cmern-tni'ii- t vi'lirliiurliuia liullriiln tlint liiiiiiunlly uKulnat Iiok' cliolrra muy In- - trcurcd tiy trvutlni; aurklna plK. MUly to Kuvcnty prr init of tlir fruui cult ran I aitvrd tiy trontltiK at ttila a(e. Furthrr trata are lfore thta practlcu rati be aufvly adtrltfd. "You hnd better go now Lcfton." Itnrtnn said sharply from the doorwny. iml Will walling only for Cynthia' motion of dlsralssnl hnd gone. "Well." llnrten nikel her with n sneering mlle, "o It was my money after nil. they said, and you lojed. Lcfton , cr j ill the time.1' White to the Up with wide horrified eyes, Cynthia mndc no reply. Ills sneering smile changed to ' 9' i harsh laugh. "Well, forewarned, forearmed," Bar-- , For Next Two our Stock of Ready-to-We- ar Coats, Inn said cuttingly, his own pain making him cruel, "Hotter to have found Low Etc, at Hair 'jut In time " When tho girl found her voice she wns nlonc In the flower doclod room. Later, ns the wedding hour approached ho hnd In desperation thrown n cloak ibotit her shoulders nnd gone to Itnr-- . ton's home to seek him. only to learn that he hnd rushed In to the houe j iml out ncnln with the brief word Hint !v would bo long ntnent. So Cynthia like a crumpled white ilower was found unconscious on the floor of her room, when the wedding ;iiest came, nnd the wedding had never been. Immediately, n kind father hnd taken her to travel ahr.inl, tlnce then she hnd been here or there i her fnncy or friends dictated. And is the yenrs passed the old home bereft of Its owners wns sold, nml the money divided between the sinters. Now Hint Cynthln's sisters were married, nnd scattered fnr, tlm old houe Cynthia read wit to be sold ncnln. the advertisement In her city npart-mcn- t. and n whimsical desire had ..1 I.,.., It... II. .. Mu I the prouil parent of a hahy cirl that ! mvfc .... POOR RIDC.K Kut-nt.ii Ml... iivu ..til.. Luvris LV,.... anil kiuiuiiil ia tolled her to view the old place otico rutin .... I l.il nrriveil tit thir home Momlay, Nov. Mali and Annie May Monday night. lcl Mr. Louis McCulley Saturday more. She could think now of that Several from here were in town Jttth. Mr Mosie Humphrey and daugh- - dreadful day with a smile, nnd wonder Mr. John bind and little son spent ... t . Hint It hnd seemed to mean so much. .... .. Sntunlny. Mn, Spci'il Sherrow- ami little son, a delightful week at Cartenville with "V Hut after nil the yean her cheek tin llrrliert, anil Misses Anna Sam ami wu Miaa Clirlntilitf I'reatnn aurned hot at memory of nn Impulsive Mr. C. S. Itoop and Mis Com Hoop. cr iU"' chHJMnSumlay. KUiot of .Mr, Ike Muncnii Muiulny. Allene Sherrow, of Mt. Hebron spent fnrwell kls. Toor Will, ho had Mr. and Mn. Ilobart Tenter and1 trleved deeply over tho tragedy hM Mr. ami Mr. Newt (irow were the Tlinnksirivint: with Mn. Lewis Simp- son were in Madison with Mr. and She Doesn't Believe It. msh net hroucht about. Cynlhli U'lu'iii'MT mi elderly womuti I read- - wondered Ktiest of Mr. unit Mm. Klljnh Iloltnn son nml Mfwt Akium Simpson. Mr. Jasper Noel for the week-enwhat sort of woman he had a ciiiiteniiiorntieoua Suiiilny. Inir and uhe married. Then, us she stood up to go. I Mr. Irvine Simpson and Mis Thol-mCUNN'S CHAPEL. snort. It mi'iins that In the story (he man enmo through the great hott- Mm, William Mntthcw nml iIuukU-teSimpson were in Hichmond Sun- lierolni' Int JiHt rejecteil tho hero tie-- i nnd stood speechlcidy lookI ilnoruny, I,.. Ii rli'li ArlelKh. upent Wedtiwilay with Mrs. CeorKv Hall Is ill. day to see Mr. Dock Simpson who is ing nt her. Sho recognized Will I.ef-toIiutu-an-. Mn. Ike Mr lien Humphrey Is ill with heart ipuite ill. nt oticv, the sntne eye, , j Big Crop of th Woodlot Mr. uml Mn. Kverett (!row apvnt trouble. tho patient face that )ear could not A number of young folk were enWinhIIuIh yield In I ho fanuerit somo--, touch vvlHi Sjtturilay nlKht nml aumlay with Mr. steniness. Mis lli'ulah May was a guest of tertained very delightfully nt the thing like SUk.UM.tino In a alnsle year, ami Mn. Hobart Crow. "Will." crlett the woman, "how home of Mr. and Mn. Itussell Ilolmun ' pii)k the American Forestry Macazlne, the Misses Calico in Iticlimoiul. strnngo to meet )ou here, and Miiuea lila Spenke ami llivia i're-toWednesday evening. lull they inlsht, with ayklematlc Mr, Forest Stapp soM a trurk loail were the Kueata of Mint Acnes nml cure, priMluco several Mr. Jewe Hill of Lexington accom"Why. I am nullo gray," Will I.ef-toof hot; to Mr. V, A .(.ear at H cents. tiimpton Tuenilny niKht. panied by four friend were here for I line 'I' niiieli said, ns he cuuslit her hamN, "but MUa lila Sprake apent Thunilay af. Mr. ami Mr. Taltun May anil Thanksgiving with hi lister, Mn. )ou art' Jut C) nt hla still. I cume to Saw It In Different Light were in Mailisoti for a visit with Louis .McCulley and Mr. McCulley. ternoon with her parent, Mr. ami Mr. Itlllu (creatly bored by th buy the old place." he told her. 'm. Ham Hpeaku nt llourne. relative. Tor jour wlfeV Cynthia quesMesin W. I', Long and Avent of play) "Maria, that fellow l positive' Mis Verna Kay was a guest of tanenster mid Mr. Itussell Holman ly the wont allele I ever saw on the tioned. Mill Haul ami Mailer J. C. Pre. There, tins never Imh-i-i but ono worn, ton were the L'ueaU of their cousin, . Mi.n Hcle Tenter Wednesday and took dinner with Mr. and Mn. W, Binge. Ho make loro to that pretty llltle coiuitcK like n hlppootmiitis an In the vyorld for me," he an. Thunday. Mis Ilollle II. Duncan Sumlay. II. Ituy Thunday. try Itm to inurt an atiKel." Mr. Illllu swered sadly, "and I spoiled her lift Mis Ada Muy and Master Frank Miss l.ennner anil Mr. Terry () Mn. Hubert Long and daughter, (niilih Inlereottsl) with a does. John; linrne were the week.ctul KuesU of Allen Foster spent Thanksgiving with Mis Francin of Ijincustcr huve been tie . lint hoiv lvldly It cevtu to Then Cynthia nlsed to him shin. Mn. Allen Teater. relative Jeanilne last week. guest of Mesilame W. II. Itny and rt'iiill iho ilny of our courtship, Ing eyes, ' John Mr. and Mrs. Klliott Cranllll, Misa J. M. Anion. Mr. nmt Mr. Kilil Moherley ore "Will Lefton," the ailed. "Oh I ar ' Womens and Misses Suits, Goats, Dresses and Millinery at Half Price. Weeks Entire Former Prices. heels. the Dresses, Millinery, Tailored Suits, good-bje.- Mens and Boys Suits and Overcoats Reduced. Come to j THE HUB PUSHIIN BROS ' a r, Central Kentucky's Greatest Store. Danville, Kentucky t. n , n il chil-ilre- 't ; iIiw-h- "e kl." r lou sure of thatf n The Central Record. Lancastei . Ky.. Thursday Dec 2, 920 I EEiimon ! Old Reliable BILE! L. HKYANTSVILLE mm SED LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. NO"RUST,''"WILD FIRE" OR OTHER DISEASE ON OUR FARMS THIS OR ANY OTHER YEAR, AND WE MAINTAIN OUR USUAL HIGH STANDARD FOR OUR SEED. NO NEED OF ANY HIGH SOUNDING AD, JUST ASK ANY OF THE THOUSANDS OF GROWERS ABOUT "KELLEY SEED." EVERY PACKAGE SAFEGUARDED BY COYYRIGHTED TRADEMARK, AND NONE GENUINE UNLESS IN PACKAGE BEARING OUR COPYRIGHTED SIGNATURE. PRICE $2.00 PER OUNCE. ADDRESS ALL ORDERS TO KELLEY ' i & SON WE an; gueu of Mr. ann Mr. Jasper; son, Allen Pershing have returned Whittaker who have been sick are j.Mntthev Sunday. home after several day stay with her, proving. Mr. Mnrtin Hogic has been on the parent. Mr. and Mr. Hen llamtn, of Mr. Hill Mny and Mr. Jium lUwtd- ylf. ftnj &m Murphy, Mrs ' Somerset. sick list. ilus each have a small child who have j.,, Hill nnd two daughter were Mrs. Henry Ruble was in Danville Mesdames Ethyl Herkele and Mary pntumonia. the gueu Sunday of Mr. and Mr. K. Herkele entertained at dinner Tues shopping Saturday, y Mr .and Mr. Hay Noel and ilaur.h- - Duiard ShwpMM and Mr. Hell Simp-te- r .Mr. Chai. F Itankin was in Danville day Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Williams, uf pent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. son. Mr. Everett Andersen and Mr I.anrntcr, Mr and Mrs. Leslie Hrun- - Virgel Layton. Monday on business. Kibtrt Vnairht in the afternoon. Mr. Virirll Scott hu"s been quite ill, er, of Huenu Vista. Mr. Frank Pierce, of Louisville, a birthday dinner wa given at the Mr. and Mr. J. E. Edwards onj spent last week with his daughter, home of Mr. and Mr. O. J. Harden but is some better at this writing. Mr. Collivar Dawes spent the week Mi Allie Mao Edward. Mesrs Thorn-- J Jlr. Oscar Hny and family. Sunday in honor of their win, as Henry and Kobert Edward spent j Mr. nnd Mrs. Henly Whittaker of Lewroie. end with friends in Georgetown. About thirty were present , Thanksgiving with Mr. and Mrs. Hen-- Madison County were guet of Mr. 'A mim enjoyable day w spent Mr. Hen I.urr, of Georgetown spent ry Edward at Versailles. j nn leaving they wished Mr. Har and Mrs. H. W. Sander Friday. Thanksgiving with .Mr .11. A. Dawes.' Mr. and Mr. Luther Hroomtield, of1 mut "ch happy birthda) 1 Mr. and Mr. Jr. Itobert Long nnd lUn Wilmore, Mr. nnd Mrs. Herbert Hrook daughter. France, of I.aneaittr viait- -' Mr. and Mrs .Walter Fnin were nnd children nnd Mr, Luther Hrook ed friend here from Friday until guests Monday of friends in Ijinca. of Huemi Vistn were Sunday guest Sundn.s tcr. .j. announcement moue by a psy- THE WELL KNOWN FIRM OF Mr. anil Mr. Walter Fnin. of Mr. Dee Fnthorglll sold twe cew cot,(,KWt tJ(at lnt. U'xe are changing, Mrs. E. H. Edwards was in Ver-- , Mr. nnd Mrs. Kobert Kankin enterto Mr. Dan Ha at MeCreary. Me to wnh thv mt, becoming more femi-Mr- . sailles last week, the guest of rela- tained Sunday the following guests: Permclln lUgie and one ta Mr. nMt tive. W8MM mari ma,cu)lrit., Mr. and Mrs. Haydcn Leave), of r. Hinther Hay. , dot .Mrs. Henry Hublc spent last week not ncearily imply detenor- Mr. nnd Mr. Dave Hnnkin, with Mr. ami Mr. J. K Huble of Dan-- 1 Mr. and Mr Cliai F. Hankin atita in either tex. It may be that and litNEW YORK CITY ville. e for wmi agt, among civil- tn COY tle son, und Mr. Hebeci-- Mercer. . ,MU -- have been too strong- ( Mr. W. J. Hogan is the guest of. REPRESENTED BY MR. J. FINE WILL HAVE ON DISPLAY y J.ffrwtmtcl. Mr. Edison FeJger I Ul at Mr. and Mr. W. T Woolfolk at w nothing but hopeful- writing. Tttnnyson AND SELL AT MY STORE Several from thi nlaee wec in "e in this tendency. In "Tae Prin- Mr. and Mr. W. J. Hroadilus and ." h wratc, nmre than half family Lancaster Saturday. pcnt Sunday with relatives W-Mr- . in I.ancnter. Mi f Jessie Kent was the Hkur must, and Mrs. Jumo Muttbew Sun- - "Vet in the long Mr. and Mrs. John Campbell, Mr.-- ' 50,000 Publicly Recommend Person thty grow; day night. and Mrs. Sam Haleoinb spent Sunday Our Remedy. Some Are Lancaswith relatives in Cartersville. Mis Mossie Clicks was the guest (The man be ware af waman, sho-o- f WHICH WILL BE OFFERED TO THE ter People. man; Saturday night and Sunday af Mm. Little Miss Elizabeth Hogie spent LANCASTER PUBLIC Over ouu ImnUrod thousand haro Lizzie Osburne. He gain in tweetaess and in moral thu week-enwith her nunt, Mr. recommended Doan'a Kidney rill, height; James I.nne, of Camp Nelson. Misses Moodie and Com Harden For backacho, kidney, urinary Ills, Fifty thousand signed ttuitlmonlaU spent Thanksgiving with Mines .Maud Nor lose the wrosUing Messrs Walker and William Hroad- thew that In public print. Aro appearing ii'. ami Ethel Clouse. elus spent Sunday with,.Mr. Thomas' throw the world; . Homo of them art Uweaiter people. lironildus and family, of Marksbury. Mr. and Mrs. Hill Whittaker and I she mental breadth, nor ffiH In chini- Somo nro published la I .a neuter daughter were the guents Sunday of Miss Jane Howling, of K C. W. livery piece in this onormou.s line in :i Maniple number which will ward care, No other remedy show such proof. !;;er Danville, spent a few days lust week Follow thli I.inrastor man' exam- Mr. and Mrs. Leu Cobb. the childlike in the larger ,e closed out reKtmiless of thu cost or value, rather thiin thu with her parents, Mr. arid Mrs. (J. A. ple. mind; Mr. Frank Folger and Mr. Harry returning; samples to hetidtpiarters. Take mlvant-uk- u W. 8. Carrier, mo.'chant. Public Folger were guests Saturday night, Till at the last she set herself to expense of Howling. Kijuaro, says: "l hud dull backaches of the most timely opportunity ami secure the highest man, and Sunday of Mrs. Nannie Moberley. Miss Amy Dhwo, who is attending that bnthnred mo, especially during on the market at a saviiiK of nearly fill pur cent less (eotgetown College, spent Thanks- tho night and my kidney acted irreK-- i Mr .and Mrs. Dillard Simpson are Like perfect mulc unto noble word: Kratle furs giving with her parents, Mr. ami Mrs. ulnrly. I used Doan'n Kidney Pills, the proud parent of n line baby boy, And to these twain, upon the skirt than thu regular retail price. 11. A. Dawes. procured at Storme' Drug Btoni and ! ATE SCARFS. MUFFS, Miss TheoMii Woods who is attend- tho backache, and other li;ns of kid- - j' I liavo hod tiny troublo disappeared. hwr 'otter'. ing school in Wilmore spent Thankslittle daughter were the guest of, i STOLES AND CAPES. , , I return of "v" lu'" giving with her parents, Mr. and loPrlco COc, tint troublo." '" at all dealer. Don't Mr. Amanda Clouse Saturday night LADIES' HIGH GRADE COATS, MINK, SEAL, MARin ftnn.' Mr. IE. I). Woods. Imply ask for a kidney remedy Ret Mr. and Mr. Aaron Simpson and M ae f be u ot Mr. Chus F. Itankin ami Mr. II. II. Poan' Kidney Pills tlm samu that children were the guest of Mr. and MOT, COATEES, SQUIRREL SEAL, MINK AND KOLINSKY. bul t hvn. 0 UM. wo ilulcomb had a surceiutful fox race Mr. Carrier had. FostcrMllburn Co., Mr. Hen Simpson and family recent-- 1 ,ni. J()UUt ,hc mattcri Ut woml.n nt "Sweeney's Hidge" Thunksglving Mfr.. JIutTalo, N. Y. " Kindly note on sale Friday and Satunlay, Dec. 10th. 'take men' place, and do men' day. The race, lasted for five hour. Mr. Amanda Clouse und daughter u much a they have capacity and 1 1th. only. Mrs W. J. Hogun entertained at n Ethel and Muudie were the guet for, ilnct. they seem to enjoy it. And HUCKEYE Thanksgiving dinner. Those present Sunday of Mr. and Mr. Hill Matthew jttl for tflr men, many n one will Hev. Price, of Louisville delivered and duughtr, Arlelgh. were: Mr. and Mr. J. Hogan Italian!, ie KJnl enough to have hi patriarchal Mrs. Fannie Hryant, Miss Margaret a splendid sermon here Sunday morn, Mis Mattie Heulah Cobb, Mr. und cures lifted u little, and give Mother dW itig. Kobinson. Mr. Silas Matthew and family und I u chance to have her matriarchal Mrs. Charles F. Itankin and little Mr. Marthu Anderson and Delbert Mr. Mattie Harvey were the (Exchange.) MILLINERY. LANCASTER, KY. ANNOUNCE A jj,. lt Fur Gal e EXTRAORDINARY & i Sex EoualitV Friday Saturday, Dec. 1011 t Lan-cnetc- j " Rosenberg & Co a Lex-ingto- tit p)le, THINK OF IT gtut ""' yar A $10,000. STOCK OF EXQUISITE FURS d AT LESS THAN WHOLESALE COST i,,. .riX pleu-tllti- Mrs. i Rella Arnold Francis The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, Dec 2, 1920 i 69 PAINT LICK Delayed HOLIDAY GOODS TOYS OF ALL KINDS SEE THE NEW I Klirnheth I!rrnriM Mnnlny Mi I. in returned to ftEMEMBERtoask r your grocer for Oil-un- Ml Chniititie lluckcr wn n re cent timtor in Itichmnnd. Mm Mary Mac Walker tiltlttited nt Mnior rhnol lam week. Mr lta (iillxrt M''tit Thfike,lv. inr with relative nt I.exltiKtttn. Prayer mfctunr every Wednesday cveniwr at 7 o'clock nt Walnutta. Hi'v W A. Hmi'y hut Hfrptnl 'the pltiri .i pritiriiwl of the Mnnw M'llOol. t H;i!:inn l'owdcr nnd be sure tli.it yuti ni t it t!u In never have nny. Calumet always nrcluc. a tli 1 rwect-vnnd moct palat iblc foods. (liatilkndontlx'omngcl.ibcl. Then foruct nbout bake day failures. For yon will And now remember, you always other brands Ijccuusj it uo Ix i llian of r iott po1- y j m Rrtatcr kavcnitiK ttr WOODEN TOYS I Itfv Ynuni: preached a Thaiiki;n ng Tmiiii t U'nlnuttH Tbanke;ivini; morn n r Mr. Jennie Klavin t Saturday lor .MiiMtun, wiicre une win fpcnii It-f- the winter JEWELRY I DOLLS DOLL Mi wn- - Addle CriK-itlU- , nf I.ancustf r B Now Remembe- r- Always Use A. a JI the week end Hill k'liimt of Mow Van n y Pow.lcn The best we have ever had. Pleasedto show you All Ameri- - Mr FURNITURE t.t Mr- - II. J. the winter. I linger ha Uit.in a rmiiii thetiiut and will thru can made for the little 111. More than evef before Give her a full suit. COLUMBIA GRAFONOLAS, Have music al the year. A tflft for the whole fomily. See us for special Xmas Sale Price and Terms. Sunday of Mr anil "Irs II J Chestnut. MiMe Kluaheth Conn, Itculiih, I vii unit Mane l.cdford upcnt Sunday with Mim llcrtim Colwin. Mtr Jem l'ih ami Pcwey I lotion t Mt Vernon were puiH Sunday Mr r Mr II. J. ("heatnut. Mr mill Mr Puree wtll remain n I'litti' l.ick. having taking room with Mr ami Mr. Kobcrt Bitrhlire. Mimc Jf.if Mar llnimnnrk nml Uh l.etf.irf ..ml diehard Patri upcnl .ituniay night with Mr. Herbert irui-d. i Mr .m.l lie rcn were Mr. Ilert t'heMnut. of cups of flour half a cup of milk that's all you uc. You never have to Tlierc is no waste. If a recipe calls for one cui two Contains or.l such ingredients as have Ixcn ofTicially approved by U. S. i xl Authorities, , I the I is the i:.oct m'xirra and KriU; ' ..U' Tcv-dt- r Factories i' (.r.jtcnc . C'.ji-- ., f ri j 1 .. 1 CaluoMl Co'umbia Muffin Bf I cup sifted ii't f!nnr. A irv I tea. u nrcip prIt g-p4 .r-t- Calumet D.I:i 9. IWtr, 1 tab'crpoon su-- y t.apoon r".r, rnmf. i fn.l vr'tt . . -- r.oui th tf? v tvl nt ' I'-.t- t!..t Ik ttitv (.I j) rr.ai'. u ::i of TlKrumui nwcci icguw Italaton fir CUT We have a GLASS AND PI card CHINA. cnina, Hawks and Libby Cut Glass. very complete line this year. Let us show it to you. McROBERTS DRUG STORE. fllllt OF Can't Be Done. cnntempintinK a resiHurotirnn ald the tilscet pri'lilt-iti.- " ;n this country ihould become Tt-an. I Mr nti Mr. 'Inmc "I to make the aternce dence Jml TmiiHo. f IU..r.l. K . wrrr (tinner xtitit5 tmiM dolu' rocnlar worti a timcb ti orouichly "ieakml" before arrival. I ThcM he inhospitable chores for the tioe nnirtH' mil tHtali." th ir aunt. Mr. Saruli H. MurUr. thirat). Mi Cora llryant will Ivward with Unuiual Far-Mr Kr'i-n.- l lunnt: tn alHittci nf i few man Mr- - II J ( tie of htnut. who will lav ila) :ir a.lnt a fr .lays for a vUit to friund hi- Miri.- -l ..I i'arH n Itloiiintiiirton. Intl. :j tive, as"' Ah hl own ui..wt ieh M liuri- :- ha .M h propr- - thf eae n.tfil an i be Sate The lter bor.l i iSl'.t hhh j knnin .i tn "I)r. May's llomt thf f hllitren, of a fmnllt t...l" u, Mr Jim ItaUton. We arv and 0rt 1lmi In irl r. nr. The ' b l'I'i u, w'clc.mv Mr. and Mrs. llah-- ' HMtn na tin' yitis-.- i tm li i t "f (he in New YorV C v z?w '"im kkU ' "w tiey trouble W .. n nl family into our muM. 'ITiy famll.t and tra Hm in - i X inr yourself io b;ccme n ..ttni by mI. " lir. iilele. not lrwnk''r by no mvan. hnvini: after III- - oUter art' neslL-ctinpah.s ul ixhtr. Cltw.il '.it i within a frw milr of Paint URatnst th3 trouble by :' "K ick for year" LangAe of Cafclmoi. INklot are ihroiich eattere! Mr iini Mr Mattie Wylie left Saturday Alabama, where he will pcnd the .t.pttr with her himi', Mrs. Ilittic Morton Mr Vina .MeWhorter i on the thi week. Ml Ava ha tk ikrn hi r plan- - at thr tari' until the M'lv to r'turn. Mim "txl "rUi- - Prh'l". ' w' SvMtrerland'i Ceott Record to t i.'u Inn smti. be "Me to !hnke hnnd with that old prnirtlon inl more iiv t iHT rein f tlmn and valued friend we lament o much i a nickel loaf of bread. in oili r ivuiiMrv li. . ''' f Paul (inis:. f VmtsKt (', 'I Hie i f nv n- i Iit DIED r-- ! : Sale ' Get More Butter. Mi- Hatti i ri- - of fJIfnn. Ml-ii- .. nrnt SI. flreenlatMl. 'ana4tt. Ala-k- n IxTta to the number f atnoit p.,ih. all of trbtim v.ita ih ilw miiie . no! maMnK i ifh tuitttr frtHn my cw' milk for a family of two. r umiii: Dr. l.fCoar' Suxk Powtlfrs r t.iiit. hc kvi a half pillon re milk a day, and a pound of Af-tv: "1 ii mrk l),il iKHCHace w4ihc iIh- - -- aimwont- - atKl itfflve. The eltlff iV - . iu t- i.r. ..f the taariuise i 'ha' nf .'r- rinre are ..ft ttim ill I l.c lit n wtiotit niili. Th world's utanJirJ remedy ro liver, bUJitcr nd uti tci.' Ilnllami'i natit.r.al rerr.f! All druKcitt.i, thre- siti. t'e ImL for lb Cm CM MrJat en iu! mciiI im liclt.ua - ViJntjr, t- - wthieji. . . r. Itter a day." I'r IrlitarV ilk cow Stock LIVE TOOLS m STOCK, FARMING iirtrans in proper rht-t set tho mo.-- t from their food, iltvo llo t.,u:illy wonderful rosultt when used l'r ;. hort, hou, and jht'op, heenusc . are a tunic, apHtiitT and worm y 1 th mi;it!Vt '.non. no that jut Powdtr k nrt-di'- d what civi to WiMISSHOLLADAY'SCANDIES u 2 73 j.d NO GOOD EATERS X HOUSEHOLD GOODS riifller. I: Saturday, Dec. tlth, AT 10 A. M. SHARP. LOCATION Ono mile from Lancaster, nut the Buckeye pike. LIVE STOCK One pair of I year old mare mules, an extra jrood team; one pair of year old mare mules, extra good ones; one bay saddle ancl work horse; one brown saddle horse; three trood milk cows; ten shoats, weitrhintf from 70 to SO pounds; one Hiir Type Poland China brood snv, farrow Feb. 25th. FARMING TOOLS -- One new Thornhill wnpon; mowing machine; riding cultivator; disc harrow; smoothing harrow; one turning plow; one ! plow; new Post buirgy; buggy harness; good slide; Huena Vista saddle; one C'hivrolet Touring Car, 11)1!) model, in good repair, and tires new and other things too numerous to mention. FEED Corn, hay, etc. HOUSEHOLD GOODS One mahogany living room suit just bought this summer; one antique sideboard; bed room suit; three rugs; wardrobe; sewing machine; cook stove; kitchen cabinet; three five gallon milk cans; pans, dishes and other things too numerous to mention. Terms liberal and made known on day of sale. ill-side matter not what ailment you 'i iv have a mo n it your tock or poul-tr- . t will my you to uot the protr I'r l.f(ii-a- r IUmdy from your donl-,t-- r Thuy arc the Doctor' preoonnl compounded during hl oar of Vutvritmry Practice and I otTt Poultry llrecdinjj. They tify you. or your dealer will n..4t r. fund uur money. Advertisement. 1 O h We are in earnest when we take upon ourselves the task of supplying your tables with jrootl food. Our Kroeorioa have the tpiality of the home tnatle, uttotl old fashioned dinners made by your mothers. They are preparable to a degree of appetite that makes the close price you pay for them seem small in comparison. LEADING SPECIALTIES THIS WEEK ARE H in HUCKUVE j I bJ Delayed.) Glass and Queensware, Evaporated Fruits, Fresh Oysters Every Thursday. Fresh Fruits Always on Hand Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Hay are able to he out ititniii. Mr. Itaywond liny, of Nicholaivillu vWted relative here the firt of the week. Mr. and Mr. Jew Hill viiitcd Mr. nnd Mr. N'ath lloie in I,nncater last week. Mr. Itobert llroaddu and family pent SiimLiy in Madlsim County with Mr. and Mr. Ilurton Sander. Mr. ami .Mr. W. II. Culley nnd on, Krnnk, of Nicholasville were cuett of Mr I!. V. Snmler Saturday Mr. I nixy Itay, .Mim Sallic I.ou Tenter, Mr. Heather Kay and Mr. OHie llokrie are on the ,ik lut m U col X O (73 o z Currey & Gulley. H W fjMISSHOLLADAY' SCAN DIES INSTANTLY You'll have to come a jumpln if you want this f&zmm Hmy tftmrait HunrSl.h,tlirtr4 dinli at tuck Vmck i lot o ur TlMmntrout n.fe It (u.rinff.. TODAY Robert Griggs. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. tt fU nlhllrauivilt(K4ip Tfllfl k'lncwiwm, llfh, tKul'l trfuoir tHhff irlUHil iliKillunif IImiI9SIi SACK 334 ACRE FARM He liiKuutfcrfi J l f4ilf bun. ! Five miles from Lim-nsier- . rich laud, house nml UO acres iu jjrass. orclmrd. Only 51.200.00 down or will trade for other properly Terms reasonable (lei busy IH7Kt STOIIMKS I. 0. STOKK Hox 172. J. W. BEASLEY LANCASTER. KY. DKL'O rw Cntr:il IjHcord. Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Dec 2, 1920 I t I Many People Have Put Off Building Garages, Coal Houses, Striping Rooms, Tenant Houses, and other out buildings, waiting for cheaper prices. I Now, since Lumber and other Building Materials are being sold from 6Q to IQO is the time to do this work. Per Cent Cheaper, Dont Think Lumber Is High A call over the telephone or at our office will con- vince you our prices are in line with the selling price of farm products. BASTIN LUMBER CO LANCASTER, KENTUCKY.