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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): December 9, 1920 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1920 cen1920120901_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): December 9, 1920 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1920 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE CENTRAL RECORD. TiiiRrr rinsT tmh LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, DECEMBER!), 1920. , NUMBER 37. NK .' MARSHALL "TAX THE COAL" MESSAGE OF PRESIDENT! Jamc.i Bviitt i. .vv in Is The Sentiment Of To l S. Conirres As Police Chit'''. Garrard County. I i ' the regular wt'ftlntf of th fity Ninit. Mr. t'onnril last MoHlny To Olfrr INsmple Of Will And jJHHHw llraiun wH4 fkrttxl City Mar-- I tlmll ntid tax oaltwtor. for th city, Power Of DrmiKtMjr. i jtt ftinid Mr. - K. Ilorran, who r 7. iviii'd aovtirHl wpft aun. Mr. Ilrnt Washington, n. c. th.. and U..hlnjt wiwm K wrn in by t President Wilson, today, railed n Um vw iiniHillattdy Nov. J 1 . Muyor llunran nntl ho iihiw4 hi legCongnss to enact a program f imldnwhl of that dat. j . .i i.. islation, which, he mM, would put the liutiiw Imt Tup4tty morning. Only ,, th ( ommiaaien Intniria i 111 i iar n tt i minimi rn Tne wark f th War Untartta! I'nilH Mtatew in lb forefront, in the rtnulnr roHtim- - f lminv wan r of InturiMl ICtrrenn indicate a ief nt the hrvakfuat talnV, shu A row- - I'm ton hut mease ne to Cengroea which was trntimrtnl at the mc'tiHR. tKnt Dapartment af the Kentucky Cajail n the rt of taxij-ttof Defense, nuthortieri by th kist Milt liy two misssengen. The Prem-.lou- t mltttf va namtMi to look after th railed her huban! and epmnlaint'd of tint) hrtvc 10 .lay' Rrace ttn the i ous t lint a I mild isue would lit' paina in thr left arm and llmU. th StHte I.eKtalnture to rantiMtte In exsaid that there Mrt two way in imbrovrmpnt f ("amf ludl anl TUn ! d thM county, uitlw a tnaijc .Such a provision wan I tan-kiwhich the Unite. Ktatett can Irtnl in 'avitnuw, which lii httwn tho I'bMt- a at mmktM to htr bed and Mr. w nbm provided. in the I HI 7 Iteveno Art. but istence until Mnrch. lilt., solely for nx on parent, who lived near by, wr fiiv-rof "right rr and (rwm Tobfirm Warehouc the purjHHie nf rmriltK data rala-tiv.. ally every one premmt atnliHMnT a doctrine win. rvmnred by the Act of IPH. Ira. m.'.iAed, Hut death enauttd about Ilrct, by ami tin- - ("larninl Tobwrro Warfhuu to Kentucky's rontrilaitlnn ta the I'ayment nf th Ith. inta)lmvnt tax mh coal, whether make might" in the world. i tonnag ber-.p- n Th I'miiM-i- l hiM Bttfnun..l to mnkr tini of their arrival ... BM,y b or by money winning of the Wftrbl War. b) atitTi i nwd In fa a who ordeted voted upon offering an exnmph' within her Mm. b.. i u It to Iw We to nf the Mill and power f domo- - t aa pnaaalnV a puwtihlo. imrtnit th Ih the event of tkt bond r f" ordr or rhl.. The Iturt-a- of In- - ciently ndvnnred -- ..-I. .. ... . iiawvnirr oi Mr. ano .tire. lin w announce on the .econtl nnnrverstiry wnttn trie osww, ...L.1..I. mnlrr. but at thr prrnt tinv tho in at Wo meeting was r racy a .It inni. r ctlliaeni Ham. who mide in Romurtut, moving l passible, payment be matie by check of the sirnintt of the iirmbtkt tax oh cool sHineient tonrr just and equitable in their admin ttv wh not able to maritdfiniie th tna h thcra frt m this county severnl year of IU invettlirntion. or money order. Thi method help It. n th.. iiiitnwt wM and at Um some urtrati n Xorond. Mr standing for 'ttvt a it nhoul.l b ilorir ajro. About seven year ao idM wh Kenturky furnbhel appraxlmatoly the taxpayer by savins; him a trip ta tunr prnvble n idnkitt: fund, by tnx riht and juatiee townrri Individual marrltnl la Mr. Charllu ICanMn. sen th Collector'n STEALS CORN etHHinh t tntle rare of iHittomt. otfie and advoi.bi con- - 00,000 mn antl wnmcn in the World ii if coal f Mr. and Mrs. Kobert Kan km. lie- War. These persoiM ni Milillcrs. sntl-oI'rtideiit U'tbwm did net mention the ImntJed Imlithtotlnne. 'ITte letter e trnaty or tho Ukuh I Kit MlU- -. Ncvro Cauifht With The marine, nunua, ductors and HKK to Ju4k r'orrwt i froi Kncliu-echaplain. mHld th follnwiNK program tn enrry ' ' t'P ny' ' Goods On Him. AlK,ut 1,000 of these rtM wMWt In ' I 'inve hrretofore hHvkiM yon out th aim be outlineo: TKv , ledtaf fmmgr of th bujpot bill, to taxpayer, but the .nrv.ee of wound, disease Ml. timf tu time a t.i th future Arthur JohnJnT who a..rU for Mr. ecunemy tn KTmmnt Will t ook on hi. farm on JZ, b,'l doe. not re- - accident h'k " 7. f.imiuial romltiran of our ruad fund. Blu.- " re.v.. , More than 1,000 Kentucfcton vuire particular!) railed j appr r ation. .mnwdiat revision of tra. ptke. .bucked out . ,hockoffy the tavp., , of h oh. wh,.h I apvl ,h, wounded in battle. lawn adeiwt prveiaion -- r . nii.m to lb fart that unlew fW tha t ay. 't. 1 luuiy th, sympathy of a large number Ninety-nin- e vr, . .! nor from thi . ..rr rrvrtme were provided than n-- diailHl MlHer and aikr, a lilkM. w" ntfl tn haul tn k! af tilend and re ativtw. " " State. ranRiHir in rnnk from IJwuten-nn- t "TOO MUCH at prMHt to bo available iti went torn to Armenia and th lli.l com he ,.iscuv.rd !h irram had dis Kuttr,., nM.M wl nr,, , th to Major fleneral, ware kHIl in v ...lid be a phyciral .mp. Mibility to 'pine independence appeared. Hrrym home .f Mr and Mrs Kobert Rankin action or died of wounds. . httruct the thirt) nine hundr.! .. MtmmoBMi Mr. Caak, and linwther th Kifty-nin- e marinw from Konturky inilr t.f Mute primar, read in any'H. L. iiniley Locates At i Sny Mombor were killed in action or diet! of hle bicth of tir-fclAt afctii wound. Twelve died ef tHne. Therr haa recentlv I. n roaet!r lust thirty av m mutts after th Bitr Association. Kentucky furnished six Mnjor f!un- ur , Kmlrx i:ne ..i! to th SustrifTt etfi. Prana r. 4irilatHHi by v r u atrtomi bile DR. AL . lerai- - Henry T. Allen. J. I'ranklin jn.t Heir ntaUationa to nn. .1 fr .m lln tin to l.anra'ter. aacasMr, lobsred. was arrested un ui. Nanhvillr. Teno.. Nwhville mem - R.,i M iilfk t o 'f .t method of retMinff thM where hr Ka opened m biir rarptt He l.ebanan pth and wa rharved her. of the Association of CollejWm u 3ikrt anJ FrRnk UnR , .. to and rHC tleamnic busineat. The work revenue .and there enia Po))Ulai and Secondary' School of the South- - ( ith thsi theft. A search of Uncas-- DOiTin Claims 'inn- n enUnHtnt rryrtaJlM; awoax U Jmi with the ad of an ,mmrn ter'-- . place led to the d 'coeery of a , era .State, which adjourned Friday ppiy,, 1'r.Mten Urlir. Oen. j.h riranlMtiiHW far the votlmx ef uruun rleamr and :t aid to do load of com. which Johnson i irnt:ftd DetltlSt. afternoon, ImnK th report that a ,lrw f ft thb Sut fUrnbihe.l one of the million delbir bvn.t imm for mcely l Year ojr Mr. Hailey tta a th mixed red and white rorn he f ,W rank who W,m" r !)r. A. S. I'ric, wh lu:l.tinir purpose ' hM.HH ut.. nipmi i in the saute I to of business ad hucked Monday. i tt that you are familiar wMi ht a4 wsm erj surceasfwl at it. He i Lancaater was ctivtia aa evamininar Kmwin.nt dU4 Xmong t!um cMtr, Cftllw Huud, IM,I-- . ... l roeidrtion :( and th seati- - n emeollent lueekuMhr .full of m task section of the state, died at :m1 bafove JnaVe Ceulter and Ihinvilk'. Kenturky. man. wm in cemmnnd of the Ameri f uur tmx payer. I will thaul. none who know bint doubt ne! I over te the January term of hi kme on the Fall I.ick pike last and Duruur the season Just closed anil can fleet when the Hermann surrenj v w me an pretn not t.nly for an instant that h will make food. coaa-t- . The ShurltT and hi rfeauUwt Thursday night, after a eoaUaueel for several season past Centre's foot , f.. whether lltate bon4 Mstie ,(..r mi be will uut m u ir to e4- caMgratulniod upaa their ne of several year duration. He ball team was one of the nn t notable dered their navy in the North Sea. beta Two of the seventy-eigh- t Congreswoui tjrr m ynuri.'iny, bu m i Ii,t and deliver aurk from Stat.ferd. sure anu speedy work. Detective wtt born and raised in thi county. Dr. 11. sional Medals of Honor in the South in u lift nr r you .leer. tl.. . bat. or way llantillr. I'rab Ot.hsrd nd other Burn, at hi best, could not have comirur from one of it moot promt- - orrnnization K. Young, of Versaill. chairman of ,tht) World War went to Konluckinn. if Hi place of bettered Sheriff Parrt tirianriiis; rand buihtttt? tbnn stltemn in this sertmn performaaee nant famtlie. He early in life ci ne commission on etiucation.. ! me onUtry as his professdan. locating cmflrmed the reportnigner Centre had 0ne hundre.l KontuekHun vm,. fhM lirni taxatia) f som kiatt busineM ts n the Danvtlle pike, about Tues.U). Danville M tirer that ):tinguUhod Sevice Croi"; twenty Th.s rxpreaoian on your wrt wW aaa mile from the Ijinrasler court later m Stanford, where he practis- been anions; the institutions dropped the Distinguished Service Medal. ritaV. V. uffur to know the nti- hou.. ed for many yean. .utiUI hi fnilinc Interir Journal Hamilton. from the approval list, and soid that ruunccn .nvy t,ros.cs. it s un-, of Keatuck) "f the tax . The rommauity wa .1 shocked by health forced him ta retire. About rknri'M tit ttui milrh ntknlitf t t ivr "'"loon, ...mi go lo sailors irom this win n rruurl to the pro.lurti'-of . . . ... hU s.r '"i"" he ud.!r. death of Mrs Anna Harai! three Year "it h MM in ftti 1'IUll lt ITiinfr llllt iilfliinll State when thc nwards of this decora, . uc for thv liudd 'is: ..f the State . nre ne taken, iiu.iiiinr. Dec. Legion Meeting. tht nr ii...ay on l.eaingtuti 3, 1U20. at farm life v,.rm.hie that itiook up ttvnllmn:r of,)rthem was not ,,, ot tion are published. i. Kmaj ytem 1.1 the woul.l , n, (,ct,fflBt pike, near hitme VuunB Twenty-siKentucky mon receiv-c- d from nu.mK,rshp in Dee. 1(5, 9120 Markrbury. Mrs. Hamilton ate sup be benellcial tt. him. but prov.nl fruit- - rtmm.,. , decorations from the UrltUh. ItaK NORMAL CLASS briifht aer with her fnmilv and wa the assochition. but referred tu'nn npJ inn -- or Sirbian irovcrnments. nn.l uir,,ri,l.' fipttl'itil Tlie American l.eion of l"pt and cheerful a usual Tltn i nn.iibl She,, retired .. .. i tfrd. litddal Manford No. Ifi will meetant at eiitht o'clock and shortly after site " ' ""ieti ny nis widow anil Approved listtlfilL' ll.ttm. tthose Institu- - eighty-fiv- e were awarded the French To represOnts Croix tie Guerre. '"'"Wier. .mim Jilr.lle I'rlce. four Uons which mve thc h,Bhl.(t lnilorse- the Police Court Koom in Lancaster. sutrer.Hl a strake af paralysis and ne Ninety-tw- o Kentucky men and n Five Weeks Session. bro',,l'' Messrs r. J., . A., Ktlgar )U,tl. f ,ni, nvloc,tlon. K , at 7 l M 'niurdy. Dec Idth . er uained r jiisciousmoss, the end comwere cited or received promo-Hon- s N" ,,rK', 1,11 af county' This is a i ry important meet ms; at I2:2 Friday morning for bratry in action. Many tearhers of Carrard Count) 1J0. will bo the last one held tkt DaVlS. Mr. H imilton before her mHrrinre "ml 0,u' M,l,r. Mr!- - ,,ri"' C.tanl. of will pn.lwMy of mi; and tnke nilvantoue uanvine. Men of was Mis Anna Cnndill, horn in Va.. year and all the Tes.hent' N'ormal ("luss, which has November 'JCth.. S. P. " He wa. a member of the Christian Needs One. tk'e county are urirod utid atkeil to Nev. 7. IsiitT. She was married to -n .irranned by T. J. Coates, I'res-t.'- . lie proeent We will church, his former pastor. Kev. 11. j, . Davi, better known as "Judge Davis" N. II. Hamilton. Va.. Mar. The Association of Commercial 18.. Kraielton. of .Stanford, nie out th r.t of the State Normal at ri'wanl nt t,u' conducting! I"1"1 '" VICTOKY MKDAI.S at this meetinc Hi death oceured May 1, 1011 Secretaries of Kentucky of which Secretmid which class )mis been '"""'a'1 Hospital at Lexington. ary-Manager t nil who put in their application for C. F. Dunn, of the Around the hearthstone of thi the funeral services nt thc home last wh,r" to run from January 3rd. to s?v?rl Jy previously Im had Lexington Hoard same if you dbl net you can All out home, formed on a fouatiation of Saturday morning, assisted by Itev. of Commerce is rrbrunry Ith., mnkini: n live week one at this meeting. All that an operation. lot ami congeniality, they reare.! i:. . IttMirlaml of this city. Ilurial which time h credit cun he nu,Ji'al Ml a,"l kiml friends nntl president, has started preliminary .'urf, in cemetery. work on n plan to divide the State ineleven children, five sans and ix 00k place in the Miii.le The followinir letter from rtlative could lo for him was done Manv friends from si,if..r.i to district daughter, all ef wham she saw irrown 'resident Coate to Mist Jennie lut to no avail and on Friday night commercial for the organization of associations in town and into manhood and womanhood. One tended the funrral. eight o'clock hn spirit returned to says: int Announced. of the daughters preceded her to the cities ami where none exiL It is Him who gave it. "We are reccivinj: mimtroun letters ALEX BEAZLEY planned to assign a secretary of an The enirMKcment of Mr. Joe Harris grave in 101 1. Mr. Davks was barn in Granger Co., aakini; about vntcriiiK scIhhiI ri'hl lifMr? active association to each district to Hamilton was a member of Wot, mi of Mr and Mr. W. T. Tenn.. Auk. IS, ISt'J, hut in his early ter the holiilaj, tlmt i JaniLiry .Ird. I direct the organization of new associDies In In view of the fnct that there are ex- Went of this city, to Mim Klfle Maude the Church of Chnt. After funeral manhood lie came to Kentucky. ations. At present Kentucky has ' Since week between January 3rd. Miller, of Terte Haute, Intl., Im been services at her home Saturday after actly five the time up to his death, he noon she wa laid to ret by the ule Relatives of the deceased received has been one of its honored citizens twenty active associations, which is ..ml February Ith.. I lutve derulril to ' announced in Tulsa. Okln , paper and le f her husband in the Folk cemetery. than any surrounding State, it the new Iter lust Saturday night., He was married in 1K70 to Mi Sal-thrymiuc a number of new rhum jus'. comes a an agreeable surprise to was said. The Mr. Hamiltan is survived by ten cnmmign will be friend here of thi pomlar young Mr. Alex Iloatley. formerly of lie Lome, also of Tenn., and to thi oftrr the holiday and so adrainUter I several children: Mr. Howard Hamilton, of thai place had died at hi home in union ten children were born, eight of launched Jan. 1st., and secretaries' tlieni thut a ttident ran make cretllt mon, who wont to Tubta organisation expects to build n comAngeles, Cnlif. within the live weeks. Mr. Ileniley whom are livmir. Miwrs U II. DavU Our desire i moHth ae and ha climbed the bid- llrookwood. Ala., W. 11., liobert. Ira der of uroa rapidly, hoinic now and Date. Mr. Frank Dennn. Mr, i i at. um 1. A. Davis. J. H. Davm. of Lowell. mercial association in every county ti as many teacher a imwwmII. May I ask that you net the infor- bead uf the Palace Clothiers, one of Hud Pollard, Mbxe Dallie. I.illie and years ago, having up to that time'hy.. J. (i. Davis of Paint I.ick, Mrs. seat and other larjte towns in thc Nancy Hamilton alt of this county by Feb. 1st. e hved in (.arrnnl County for many Juu Hardwirk, of Hamilton, Ohio, State mation to as many of your tear hers the kirKtwt rirut in Tukw. The "The Kenturky Secretary," tlevot-e- d is to take place February 'J3rtl. year, where he left many warm Mr. Speed I.edfaid. of .Miamisbunc. (lossililo that they can enter ntul Church Notes friends who will regtet to learn of Ohio. Mi. Chester Clark, of Dayton, to the interests of the Association The followine is taken from the Volt li.dke credit within l)e weeks? Secrotnrio of Tuka Tribune: This i Orphan Home week, send his MRMtMff. He is survive,) by his' Ohio, Mr. Itobt. Iloian. of Uwell, nf Commercial five week know the law rtllir made iU appearance here Fri"Ah iHtcreetlnsr bit of new wat your donation to the parsonage by widow, Mt. .Mary Mullm llwasley, i Ky. Heide theee he leavt to mourn ruirinAl traiinna; nftur July I, VJ'i'i be. day. It is a monthly publication. Saturday. These children be two sea. W. S. Ileailev. of I.nnls. hU Itsss. his uifo ami tvu. tir.itku fore the teacher will be permitted to divulee I at the informal tarty given nt-S. C. Sharp, secretary of the Chum, Kdith Miller ItuiK to u and we must support them. ville and Dr. W. S. Huailey, of take an evaminiitieM. It may be MHeiitly by Mi Mear Jnu DavU and Sum Davia of would when the eugHUueaent of her sister, This is also Polish Relief week, send ' Angale; two dauaMer. Mr. K. k Paint Ok and one sister, Mr. Jtieh, ber of Commerce of ML Sturllng and that several of jour teacher Montgomery county, is editor. Mb Kirie Maude Miller to Mr. Jee your donation of money or like to eome jutt lifter Ike holiday snond C rocker and Mrex Klitnbeth lleaaley.of Tenn Ijincatr seem to be running her Harris West of l.ancastcr. Ky.. was hand eluthiMg or hos of any sue to and live icrandehtldreii. He wa an Mr. Davu wa a man of mlmimme to tt. rk this reiiuirement idT. Chamber of Commurce of the "Com. announced. The wedding whwh h L'. I). .SimMn, of thM imalitie. the parsoHMgo by Snturday. Another llimir the houtiiu: problem He was a tiue, kmd father The iihcIo ef Mr. iMhiMg or shoos cannot be too muck city. .Mr. ntwciey wa eiRhty year and loving husband. He wn famlli miMioii Form" of government, as we U Komi; to be acute after the Iti'tritt-- been set for February '.18, will be only one member ami that is In the home of the s worn to be useful to the sutTertng tdd. ltunal was in Lo Auaetea. Mi; of the !trd. term, mid teacher .srly known, loved and respect tM by a have Col. John M. Farm, who is president. who expert tn he here lut a short mother, Mrs F. K. Miller, in Torre Poles If anyone outside the churvl jwide circle of friend throughout the Mis Miller will Ihhi desires Ut add soniothing to the relief 'county, who ttiHed to the fact by secretary, treasurer, ami if anytisjiuc t tut will stand a better chance tu Kct Haute, Ind good of the town or eoatMsua-tt- y fur Torre Haute about December 17 ef the Pole it will he very acceptable before the accominoltMiiu th large crowd which irathvred tti tny for the is to be done, we "just let Job We stated in uur last issue that the w Preaching Sunday murmng by the him their last respect at hat home opvnini; of the .ird. term than after Ui coHJete ireiurHtioiks for her mar She ha spent the wt year pastor, followed by the McrumtinUl license on a C.idillac S car wa los in ttwell Sunday afternoon, where it." lie iloivs It alright, but he ikseuld riauo. ward " have the the license on a Ford. It was funeral ; sen and a half in TuUxi and hat been of an organil ice; llev. llohou. Presiding than service were held by llev. sation in luui(4tor and one saauki seomtvtl with her brother, Mr. John Klder will preach Sunday evening at an error in the instruction to the Itamsey, ef the ohl Paint Lick May Sell II. Miller. church 7:1S and hold the I'nd. Quaitetly t ..unty clerk, from whom we gut our after which ht remains were hud to be launched at once. mforWtion. The attractive home of Dr and, Coiifereiuc. 'Let all the member be In Any real in the ohl Paint Lick cemetery. It Im been corrected and the clerk Mr. Hoy Duuliip at '0 S. Ciiu iii- - present nt both of these service, and Exchange We extend our heartfelt sympathy bus been notified, tlmt the borne powCountry. nuti avc, was the scene of the party the public U cordially invited to the stricken family and may "He The Christian Kndeavurs of the er of the Cadillac-r- i is 31 instead of who doeth all things recently, ami the hostess was assisted well," comfort Christian Church have iiudeitaken tho Ford automobile dealers now are 'M us stated in lust issue. tu entertaining by Mr. Dunlap and ami sustain them In their sad bereave, support of a girl in Ilerea College, lurmiUed to operate in any territory merit. they desire, ucrordini; to orders re. Mr. John II. Miller." Contentment exist when WKST-PhTltand your help ami patronage is Baby Girl. I ceived hero from the company nt Deused. Oils that penetrate, Requiescat. gas that vibrates, give power untold. troit. "Thi crunU yuu the priviMr. and Mrs. A. D. Lee are rry At the Central llecord otfire an lege," the letter mid, "to sell Ford Wc desire to express our sincere Oct the lest and sec the "difference." hnppy over the arrivul of u little girl "Here lie the body of Jim Ukc. exchange will be held Saturday, Dec. product any where in the United thank tu nil who showed u so many Watch for tho "HKD TKUCK." at their home last week. The little Tread softly all who pais; ho thought 11th., beginning at 1) o clock, coiult- State ami modiflr your Ford sale klndncMC in the death of uur mother, Sold cxclulvely by W. S. Carrier, Mis ha been christened Mamie Leo hi foot wa on the brake, but it wa lug of rake, candies, dressed chicken, Mr. Hamilton. The Family. aureciiiciit urcorilinir." etc. Come and help u good cause. Phone 63. Francis, in honor of Mr. Lee's mother. on the gas." Jack Canuck. meeting nt tho court house Ivl SHiunlay afternoon, rnllctl by Judge, Jllapp, in repuiMi to tViiiii recently received from it letter h Krorlncer, j. Highway Mat II , asking Uwtt n sentiment of the mm.i'i i.f Garrard County he "fell out regarding the voting Hf n ttfly dollar Iwwl laue. to secure r Hi. i' t vlril revenue far road building f was unan-t .j'l" sr. thc smitlment Vt h Pmldent Wil.on Call On America Je , KENTUCKY WAS THERE. Mrs. Charlie Rankin Fourth Installment Due December loth. Passes A way. 7,000 Of Her Sons Kill-elay for '..i 15th ii thr The turidrti and unprtd 'loath And Died In War IK wymvnt of th ttn. ,nUllmt of Mr. Charli Rankin at hr hoaw! proaU of th incitlM and eci on tii lxmaHon tlti. W'i'd Monday) That Ended Two Usr da thin jrar. Tn avoid penmomlNK abont nin o'tlnt;, wn a alty ,th tmx mtMt hp in th otfle Years Ago On lh rltctor f Internal RvnH. , fU-t-- SUDDEN DEATH INCOME TAX el iMlM rMn ln-l- 1 r do-ffj- cn-tame- ul I - e: ; th' e iur :. i fr nsr-tbt- hh r hi-fru- JSr,! JZ:: - TZm ' - r, fr itr ... '' , - ,,,,. - Lancaster. . "TZ -- "' frr!":"1 , ...it PRICE ATHLETICS" Centre Of , i,n-PH- it-- . j . . en-it- i' ZTZ TttZZ.frSiKnAlmlr.l ill-a- re - - ft't part er filv ...... . Thursday Start January !t ' wo-me- - - F',n. Lancaster l- Itich-mi'ii.- i. ('a unrjtie Hig-Ki- n Engagement I California. I i htc mar-natf- Methodist i Ken-tuck- y, , n celv-hiratt- hrhle-elect'- i i Error Corrected. a-- Ford Dealers Part Of Saturday Satisfaction Prevails. O CardOf Think. I i, Hy.. Thursday Dec 9. I 920 Star dterauraiMl etkat treeiBwett fatfed. HMii'alaS See left ef reeea. Ym cu t Im m mm Tnrr.Rlaiv.ltrk.rtcferrm. Dai fcrtaw WtMM rte TODAY. fail la Ik Hfcat tnaiamt el If Muni'i Sal. By BESSIE HARRIS kurii m r,1m ft. l Itet STORMES DRUG STORE. Ing Monty Away. hl own ileMcht In romlnc. Homo mniliiir wn n net fallltie ililleht t The kn'i'ini: of n nnnuMi nun Jte. Il, lin.il in warm ltl hmrt nt tin thotieht of tin' plrtiire ihiTo. IiIk I', r of rhi fp on tin- meriici fiirtn ih Motiili. i:ili,iftli, tin. fUtiT, t.il lieiilliiti' the kifllii: of fewer hrlkty buy iitHiiit ihf hliilnc n.k tlnirj iiiw or other crnzlnc ttt lino. irimt'ni: for til immiIiik in.nl Till fMrt win ileiertnlnul hi if t M. S. tin- - thliica In- - llktil nml star. the t'nltnl Stnif it nrlM'i nt of Ac I null urnlili of n l.trr, curled up In ttiUure in ll ruerit linelluntl..n of p rnl-i- ii .."IIHIIili' Nfv in tin roiirh rortiiT, whin- - ln rouhl It w.. 'imml thnt lly I'.irt tlif nirtnln nmt peer out mrr I'nFiMiel. In fit .in her. kfpt llilTpfllll DENTIST tin ilnrk wiiter. Cor Star wntrtml for Joe' white iMiltii: innt t4i eiurrly Office over The Garrard Dank. Phones Office 5. Reiidence 37C. iii Inn f)i .itin inil Ht tin Iltht from till' WllllloW. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. n horn mimMer, niii! lThnp Mip.( iih.. iM. work II1 fall lii hen, lly on hiT linwl IhhiMit, for IhoiiKti Slur mlunt .f wl.tful hihI "IIIIIIC, IllT tnilLMll ll for ninny tHk. 1h rosy ii.llnri- - mi tin. hor hail have 1'ini Itnnili'l .l.mii front cniiiilpun m aaewiw krwi w ve motlnw. to tin tiini I'hihlrfii. Ami nou nit DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. their ilnn to t'fHtiilfy Hip rotim:. wn mildness nnd a flavor as iiinilo In tin lii.tx. of Opposite Gilcher Hotel. Stn- r- tin as it is new. i Office lloura 8 to 12 and 1 to 5 p.m. lrcttift rlotlii-iti- Iut. nml It n ;r.ltiilM'th Mho .1111 cnimhllni: nrrnlik'.il Camels qualitv s.nd Camels expert T'r'w..'"ijv. for Iht ninny .tnl Stnr m blend cf clioice Turkish and choice rinlliuilly unit.-ful- ; h.r line for tin Ml lironziil liroth.-nml tin Domestic tobaccos win you on merits. lmi imn lift liiul ktiottn Inn tin' Imp. Camels blend never tires your taste. And, of hfjutiil fxpn DIRECTOR pliif" A for .loo. tin-n - iniTi llmiiclil 'if Inn. Camels leave no unpleasant cigtirctty aftertaste Ofllr Over National Hank. Ii.t th.Tf In tii.. lnmiit .iirii.T nor unpleasant cigaretty odor! hroiisht n .trnnci- - Inrii In lil throat Iteddcnce fhonr 3. Office I'hone.27 In mi .niotliiii whlrli illinnifil tiN i l. iir LANCASTER' KY. Whnt Camels quality find blend can In "tfor.-i- l ii townnl the Iltht, Frequently Sheep Can B Pattured on Land Which Would Net Otherwise It rH l.llziili'tli. who Ih'IiI iV you should find mean ro Be Ued for Grazing. So That They ilHir for him. h.T roy fhffk nnl Do Not Displace Any Other Stock out nt once! It vi!l prove our say-s- o when hlt iiprin nlnn) m pl.n-tu- il rt if on Farm. hli oli "in., holm, iilctnri'. Itut it m you compare Cnr-,;to llttlo St.i; t lint h tiirii.il lr'nthtf I ly. n h in IIjmiI from h.T romii t Iinte priu II. ally In- .nine ntimhrr i le klmN of her ll.e t.K'k n other -- nfllj"tnn.l liiiizhlni: inn) huMIni: out 20 l Cum' rr txW rfysi nhfst.T fiirin of tiki iiren hn psttttf M A t' f.ftr Kentuoky. ! fiitfiT hnniN I "I wntrhnl ion." nli an kept. iiihI thnt the uhere imIn rrop Lick. lu reiite ft Sin, "lnct tlrt nw joii fur nenln pwpfiy rr when fu ft ult on the two nf fnrnn l to. ky. nml roulil not tell uh.-thtIL J. KHYNOLDS TOBACCO CO. .tmillnll) the hiiii InfiTftii ' The lmt." ion witi it or who keepi no llie Vin.lon.Salrin. N. C ".ml wli'h you wntrhoil.' cminhlfi) thnt Imply fnrintT Inc nuny enoui:h .i.f: m throw I rollfil rrxiklf. nml hSriilit 'I.ll'th. In nice Hint row nml othir live mix I VETERINARIAN. . 'til my nrm lll Imrn nrh.il. nml tlu-In not ullllJe to net hi ill n lirat prufl' tln-CM. Answered Promptly Day or in tii. oon tii mintiti nnlf nrf nttfniliil to, Stnr, iou inlsht it M;ht. Phone 317. niir inK in.' mtii rrom tlif IMPROPER FEEDING OF PIGS whllo I tnlk to .to..." KENTUCKY. I will tnk thfni." Joo offir.it One Dig Reason Why Fall Porkers il!rkly, nml win off to tin klfrhrn Prove Unprofitable In the Hands Thiit .vfiiltic, whrii th. had hit) of Many Farmers. l It'll pxNi nielli, IIiicitIhc hiT "IiIiiIiii: fjfi rimliis thrm hotli from Im reaon why full plir prne nil tin tliMiruay. Klluilx'tli tunif.l uhrupt- - pr ll'nhli' In tin linmN of mnny fnri)' ly to tier lirothor. en l linprnfr f.nllnc Mnny per Fine Cut hi Mihl, "I lm. Minifthlni: -Joo. on tune the hlen tliut OF to tell ion, Stitn.'thtni: that I only pic inii- -t he ful ii llcht riitlon iiuti M. lfnrn.il tmlny. I n hiintlmr In th It I four or fhf monih old to irl oh) Itlhh for my Mrth ilntf : tlinttcht It n rliHiiri to erow. whlrli I ono . I.l mini. n mlotnkt of n yfnr. umt tin hlfret n hoj rnlor rnn I.Hikul It tip. .ni tl.Tf, foldul In th. N. L. PREWITT - -- ..on n full pit will tin liinke Mrth nml ihnlli plnn un nn old let era In nml while they nre -- till urkln tfr. S.i'iiml qtuiT n I ItKiknl Ihnt their i In nw. che them nil thi cmln Stnr's hlrlli hr.l htfti rfirNlrrnl they will tut Iii furl, the he- -t Ihlliir ulth aur hilt tin IfttiT fplnliinl to Iimm' them run to n trouuli or one-ha- lf tliht. .MolliT hml written It hffi.rv SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. -- elf fetiier whtrt they 11111 titnl hi illiil, nml left It thi-rfor .af. tHlikMe or ollie other fenl k.fplnir. ThoiiL-h- t ptThnpi I'd rim! It rtirn. tml. they wnnt It. Lancaster. Ky., R. F. D. No. 3 wheiit'MT After the when I wi'tit to writ. th. .lntt of h.T nn witiiiiiI keep llitin rlflit nn n rn Itut I ilhln't think to lo It tlon of that ort until they nre rifltlv I will J.h'. jiki mothiT'i Ifttfr for the tiMrket. If JOII lime II elf In n mliiutf, hut IhU l whnt It all : tier, helltil rtirn or ear Stnr I'ti't our lt.T nt nil; sh. tifi-- r In t'lif uit of It nml tmiknrf In turti hii rt i im tilclit nn! nfionctii. wlifn u other, or pro lilt ewrHle elf fetiier. wit. nwny nt ohool n hoot oniin ilrlft- - out for ilo turn nml one for the The undersigned hereby giro warn Inc iiloiic without nny folks or nnr tllllkliL'f. tllltl Ihetl let the plu hf the 1 ;u: to all persons not to trespass upon onn. ami in it nil rrnpHi nml ilrt, Jllilkf of how lllllcll to t ilt nf nn h tur lands for any purpose whaterer lay n Imhy. lrt, inothcr thoiik'ht iu lt lit. in we will prosecute all offender to t'ny whit. fn.v wim u tftl.i'tloii of the fullest extent of the law. Hunt-M- a oik his Mnr thnt DCfiitfi! koiii.'hh.v to in and fishermen especially take kn'p -- III n tii .loun on tlif host. Hut CHECK DISEASE AMONG HOGS is when !.. r. inn! whnt It wnx, mother notice. nt fnther out to hrlnc In th. Ixmt, Animals Become Infected with Tu Mrs. Cora rhlllips, It. L. Elkln, Principally Frcm berculosls nml the huh' fyf atnrfd up ill Ii.t Mrs. .Emma Daniels, Following Cattle. In nil, ktftiily ntnl hlny llki lh it. L. Arnold. tnr, V o kho nniii.il her. Ami Mrs. Sarah J. P. Hackley, Knullr.'itliii; uilerrulo-i- i from mllle mil nitii. to rlnlm the Imhy. nml Mrs. Emma Higglnbothara, will priinii-Hl- l tin. prohlem . thouirli fnther trl.il to It urn nt Edd and K. B. Price. lluif, IhiTi wni no wonl of uri'hleiit ir rtitilrolllni; the ile-- e hiihiiii: wne S. C. Kiirsby. That'n nil, .loo; hut trheii Thnt I. iU ttlnliii of tfterltmry e In the haitilllin: inel 0, M. Anderson. my youiii: lift. It ni'tiii. to tin nr. Iter III lAHtlllllMtloil nf swim re a It. L. Barker of n hlhl not kith or kin. Ami I Imrn elMtl at the prlnrlpnl umrket ten U, ! Kclley. kfpt from iiuirrylks Jul Wiirreii A- -l -- linple IS) iie'Mi. nml of ii f whnt I ronMiler.il my tliiiy." tur. J. C. Itigsby. rim prHrtlenl murker, ho.-- iiih)' .i tut 'I.lohftll pilllCll. Mrs. Victoria Anderson, letter nml "I .hnll tnnrry hi in now," h. nhl iimhi wlih Vhompson and Tracy 13, lbnn- -. uih! when fnuntl hy ilft.Ttiilmilly. T. Kim; Ji iniitli no rt'ily. When nt lnt l'n- -l iiHirieiii . ninlimil.iii the hletitlty hit llt r went Kiilklly to hetl, he nn'l nf meh Hiiiioal- - I known. With n Imple fjiem of r.i'ortl It Ic tint tilt IfttiT slowly lliroilh. Then Willi Hi!.' lo IrHif n hlpluelit to the fnri nulow. hlc Jot J urn . I to Mm fnrm frmu whit h it iHiue iiinl -- nunii ffft. at their Miiirre "Stnr." ! eiilletl oftly, "(lh. mv out Int.i tliMi- Mill iite Ihiwm llml -- wine heroliif In l.ttl. Slur." prliirlpnlly ft inl with iiiltfrt iiltwi l, Th.Tf wim no iiiikwit. Vniruely 2 .In' Went out to Iht riillil" tMtii. frttin tttllle. tllhrr I.) folloluu them hy rerehlm; Ins whi-ri- ' tin wilier, utreti'lml Mlvir. III finl lolt or Inc I't fnre him In the iiii.onllchi. Nut Inftrlnl tlalri I'i 'rtHuet. or hy lllht rt lllnil- - I'liri'lK-fur from ohfri In kiiw ii ilrlfllns hMt. Slur' own Mile hunt, with tin hliio St.-int It. Mil. that In hml imlnt.il. DISPOSE OF SURPLUS BULLS Tlif clrl Mil III the (.tern, il ileJiTt.il Hsure. he eoiihl m'i her ilnrk hair If Not Sold at Minimum Price Within oer In r hhnulilen us It nni to Reasonable Time Convert ilo when i fiirt. iifu In mint' Nt Im). Them Into Steers. III- Jot 'line for ktsn. th Treatment of For Inilf nut Into the water. When In Smile of I In lilti 'ler- - llHU- - ailopleil Tubrculoiij nilitil tint hi Hit' klih tin uler wilt tin nllt'i of pulling' it liillilliiilin prlre Maintained by the Loutivllle till lieiieuih lili Ktrotis iirni. Slur on the hull whlrli they liiive fur iile. Aml'Tubeiculoili Association for 'iirtinl to lit in iiitmly, If the liillls .hi Pol fell III II the adequate ticatment of "I lieiir.l It nil," hhf hiiIiI, "nml I am time at till prlie. then they lire All property Hold tniiht not bo moved until Ht'tUcd for. In all its stage at Itu ttan k'olni; to ilrlft out of jour Uvea n I nml k'lxxl leer me tninle nut Dec. 15th., at 1:30. I!o .sure ami come. ail. Kates 15.00 cr week, In. In, I tlmll Hml Some pin re Irlftii of lln lii. Till prolet'lH the market m.d eluding boaid, mcJkal attention, hnilior." tin ipiHllly of ktoek whlrli they nn For nny information him; or phone '1W, .1. It. l.awHon laundry, etc. High ground lllir Joe hml her In hl nnii". elllllS. Delight-fu- l or .see the .stock nml implements nt the .said place. "Your hntlHir l hiTf, dear love, surroundings. Special tales (or he nihl, "liim't joii know tl.nt hi II tttnuif, rlUJl.ni Im Yellow Corn More Nutritious, Imw ul.iy hflontftl to rneii i"ht?" kta.tfl iuultl. I"4 Mull) rniefHl ami tt k l hntilhiil Stnr: the "or-ttliT hllVe li'lll! route nihil lliul Jti-Iwmm, tuu K, I In ill; Mj. n iiif.tliiii. wim Thfii hi r arm' went ow rorii prtrtlUtf liftllT lfMII tl.lit. uhoiit hi nn I;. Jul. An; Bourne, Auctioneeer, I. lie li "Alv-ajc.sh atitwerttl hltu icfllr. (C lt IVtilnn Vi n l.iiiu liefore Jooa fih tx hont mine WITH SHEEP within Icht of Miorr lie wntrhrd fur POSSIBILITIES Ihf iliMntit nfk nf light from the Union, nml n lie iitnr.il Imiil the Farmer Who Dees Not Utlllit All of Available P.isturagt It Throw. puk of lirht srrw nml huv IMi N,,.i 'Mm CAMELS Yes iur Sir-e- e! We made this ciga rette to meet taste! CARDS, Lmiiliinllii ! - ililiimnillii ,.,.r -- K HATFIELD fii 11 in, li fnt mum .stir V- - - lh J.J.Byrne Exclusive. Optometrist -- r - 14 refrcshinn ili'n-iir- f- J. A. Beazlev MINERAL r i.rlv, H. J. PATRICK, Dentist. iii your satisfaction s cxert the wurld with any ciftarsttc any price: am MMM il': t. . . Pnint - iiie f'f ' (, (i,rr' BasssssssB Vi . i i 'f Dr. Printus Walker -- 1 o.n Honaker Flowers. Auctioneer tin-ti- PUBLIC SALE John McRoberts. ml-tn- kf A- Live Stock, Farm ImpSements and Tools ii.'.t Having sold our farm one and miles from city limits, on the Richmond Pike, known as the "Old Burnside IMace" and tfh'inic posses sion Jan. 1st., 1921, we sell the following property, on POSTED f!f -- -- -- -- WEDNESDAY, DEC 15th, 1920 i iitll-llll- AT :30 O'CLOCK to the highest bidder the following to wit: One Sorrel Brood mare foal to old Bat Todd horse, a good workfoal to good stock, one coming 2 year old er, one aged Bay Brood mare a nodder, one .Jersey cow, six years old, one red Berkhorse colt, he shire sow, weight about 22o pounds, a good brood sow, had 10 pigs last ir 1 tif h. t'frltie. x -e -e -- trim-hl.i- mmssSBi Hazelwood Sanatorium tubef-culot- pa-tu- n, isit-lll- e. r -- le litter. One inch Old Hickory wagon, most good as new, seat and side ' boards complete, one Tongueless Keystone cutting harrow, only been used two seasons, triple and double trees attached, one two horse farm sled, only been used little, complete with breast yoke and single trees, hay frame, solid top, nearly new, one drag harrow, one home one made drag, bolted together, one good rock frame for hauling rock and one almost new Malta double sand, one Vulcan turning plow No. shovel plow, one small heating stove, for stripping room, army tarpaulin or tent, ropes attached, two good feed trough, lot of locust post, corn jobber, new, good log chain, one pair wagon stretchers, two single wire stretchers, a lot of small articles that are too numerous to mention, also about lo shocks of good fodder, and about f000 good oak tobacco sticks, good set of wagon harness, including good bridles, pair check lines, leather back bands, spreaders, breast chains, one collar and pad, set plow harness and lines. This will be an absolute sale and no will take place. Be may get a bargain. Sale will be sure and attend this little sale as you held rain or shine. The terms of the sale will be all sums under $20.00 cash in hand, over that amount, a good negotiable note made payable in bank for three months without interest. 1 1 by-bidding lt -- Remember the date, Wednesday, or call W. L. LawHon, phone 178, lltt.l t' ! py ".Mll)" " lit J. B. & W. L. I AWSON PLEASE POST. i ilslslslsi !rv The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Dec 9. 1920 Anna Belle' Dinner GIVE SUBSTANTIAL GIFTS a. Am ii i nr ii AGNES G. flROGAN W .il.ni N.B.p.iwr liml l c t ii.m Iti ll.. ifliilt renin, i nMtlii .( lt irriii-hiu- will mil Int'ii oin.- - (ii I'Hil ii her n i llr.mii imifi', illmj, mtt tlml. lut nltw jH There is a pleasure giving as well as receiving in V tefio TTfi tfha give Gifts that will be useful and ap preciated. Why not " ii' ii i. . 'I l.al.j iii. uii 4 f. . ,r,.. . ,n, Mm i,,,, Th li'iw 'ij: ; n : kf.'v in iiir-vi- l.im II lr In I.fiii' Hbtt jrr itttmia in"! uf rumtaM urate ik i. t a !ir,tMH .,rj' tUv lllf lii rii;nl ' IiIii-Iii- Nim that It t tut' the tlrl to mrii MttMCCM'rflHaeil r Willi a tu. . ' '.1 ! i ! lie 'Of luck liom. ii.- - i. Ii.n..l ' i - r Ihhv imilttiil ilu Mm .if I. nun- - iIhIIim left her Tin' IiiiIih m f. wiirl-- l fr Kemps Balsam fir vim. Ami 110 i ....rl'. i.' - i' l .1 phiri' In ll 't i rM riwiit-.- ' liter) mlv.'i 'i.i' Vnim lielle itKlit ..u . ii l.il with tlwt illiMH.tiii I'm ii tl.Uhorrl ri'.i-ii- l II.. wihl, Ilk), ii oiwuli HHil iiiT, lining an tvl-- t Kfup't IliK.m In the Iiuum all lis aaJ "Ic c irln a!ikc? Gel a bottle now. tt ire next ti'.ie l,v i ir at Then you cm co to lolln, :1i." . il.-ct- i -- ami fore t 'utw'n-n 1 o! i.l Mi.lVrltrlK.it I t 1 it 1 tin ti t lit ttipt t!i. Ir ttle ' rcatly Cur it. I. i tli 'Ii. Iir1 I it .nMn will jjrir WE HAVE SILK SHIRTS, SILK 1 TIES, SILK SOXS, ' i t ' k . . k. Hiu-- t Mi I SILK HANDKERCHIEFS In till the newest and .smartest styles and colors. nuiilit fKi-ti;i llitit Hit' Invltllit lmi.li . Mf.M.'rlH. i mr "f ill. ii She inn-.:i- . fi i'..' f.i tin- - iriliiv with Iht m .. ' itnl : i), ki ilflC hiT If.' iitiu n ,i i nl(. t. inii.tm mnii .if r i f Tri ' .t M i li fiiu ul.it mill iti kin- would ii.- - mi' wiillk, ilie nIihmhI to I'Iimhb in fHlmi lii I CUARANTCCO liny. N. V. rHreks, hwI !. l'!.l, , tine In liiwt til Imv rwll mih! n enp wiiiihI Im nil wi Alum Iteile eti f,M ISSHOLLADA Y'SCANDIES1 ui 73 U m m A Great Delight To Tne Children m fli' in X t ' I i III' 11.11 Ull I H 1 . UMBRELLAS. TRUNKS, TRAVELING BAGS, SUIT CASES. SWEATERS nnd lots of other useful gifts for HIS Xmas Presents. Why not make your Xmas present a 1 PHONOGRAPH? WE SELL THE WONDERFUL WESTROLA. Sec and hear It and tfet our prices and terms. THE A. T. Big Store Scott & Son, Props. Pablic OF LIVE STOCK, FARMING it 11th, i I ill'. u.i lii In' her I'll tin- - nllutiiii'iit I III Ill' tlli.'IKlll' IVlti.il". mil Iiii ill WimiM Hike iIkii ill ,it fri hi lu r liealtlty innlr ( t lut n!.i' tin mil nthl ruffif were 'il lliMlttlt ll'lll ll uiii nut until he liml tlnl'lieil ulili her triiiiMi'iI rejleet.ni 'lint Alitm Iti'lli-- .iv till' iliillKlilillt. It hi ii ti'iuptini:. tiiuiitliii. iliHisliimi. ti'tu ii'iiily light mill lir.iu ii. ,wtili m. liiil.lrii initiii.'i; llki irmn.liiiu '.r Knmt. nun. Sini.'iily iviir hikI i. ii" ,i.r,.' rliiiul.'il irtrl'i rji" Tltat In il i. hunt .mi l win nf n utlr)iiiic ' uxiKiiii: In hii ' tiil.li' I mil ..'I'.ii.iiii. A m ii lli'lii . M,i .i Unit kn. n ull ut in iTuliti' H'inilli hihI mIi.iu' ii I 'lu'ii. iniirt' t frrwii Iht tinr mini !.- - tli. ill In liu.t' nf llli.lln uurk lii IihiI ln tiiifur!."! tin' n.'Mui''r iniiiir.l i.mulit tli it iniirniiitf. mill m;,M. II'h li'li W'hiiIi.!' iscv Wlii-'.i' I. v i timI tin' I m I it. Iirr IiiMi Oiitii lui'l ili i urliil. Iiiitlm a li.ilf-ll..iii lii'i lui'.il l.i'liliul him. Tin- - il.nili tin- - iiott.il llmt, hut nut vmii tluTi tii n iunr) kIUv of tin in. null.' k'ii-init.niuiuil iMitntiH':, a llr' nr tun of tuiiiiiln ml It. U'ttui'i linf. no IntiU'T. Tin niiii ll'll hi miIcc n( lnintiT wns innri' ln.litrtit ilian Hint nf cniixt'iitliiti. wli)' uusti-- f i mm I ulilrli iii illtiiriliilJ Slit lii'lpoil liiTM-l- f nijililly fnun the tippo'lto llli fi. mill niplilly it i . ami un tlu ii ili'iiiint'fntl youiic mini cliulr .llitil lulu tln D'O'iitly-uiciitii- l iimiIii' ntnl pliireil liU tniy livfurc tilin. TluTi- uni .mother Uouclmut on lliln trny mill u iti'multn: cup of wns tcmpttil uo tint Anna Willi liunsriT upj'iiM'il. Iht liniSiT drlulit ciiiinict' ri'tunuil. "Iti'i: pnrilnu." nlil tht' young man ipilrkly, "anil iiti'ttct ilon't bo offt'inli'il at my iUi'Ktlon. nit you nro Inter- Mel In tin 'llflp Wanttil FViiinl" il.'imrtmont. C011I1I It lie Jnt mii.. tile Unit you mm lonklni: for I'lnploy niwit? llfcnip If jou nri," lie mliltil liiiotily, "our linn ! In urei'tit tiwil of -- tl' 2 O H f75 Christmas Candies In box or in the bulk. Pure and wholesome and rich in flavor. A select line of MIXED and ASSORTED . - 0i H ' 1 CO tl. i i iiilli' inn-!-- U CO X -- ii 2 O Currey JUDSON & Gulley. ' Ui -- i Pi PC uMISSHOLLADAY'SCANDIES Mr. Ii. X Itay ha been quite ill. Mr. Henry (Srinu ill. continues quite Mm. Win. Simpson U tulTerinc with 11 severe colli. Mrs Sim Clark wa in town shop-pin- - e cuf-fit- -, i:-- TOOLS AND HOUSEHOLD GOODS Saturday, Dec. AT 10 A. tle daughter, Sallie MarKarette and Mr. J. I). Nnylor spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Perry Lonir. Mrs. Ilvrtha Hunter, who has been with Mrs. Luther Smith the past left for n few duys stay with Moiiinti." Mrs. John Dychonse, near liourne. mi oilloi Tla'ti Mil mil- Atmti lU'lli i:iii.i'il, Mr. nnd Mrs. Luther Smith enter- ! II Mill llllll' Millie llllll Kill' lit. It tained n few of their friend Tuesday .IiimiI; Iht lu'nil. Saturdny. in honor of Mrs. Smith's 78th. birth-da"KxpiTlt'invil of imint'." Mie notiil. I' .Mr. Luther Smith is improving A happy day was spent by all "Nut nfi"'Mirlly." tlu yotini: iniiii rapidly, which her many friends nri? ami the guests left wifhini; Mrs.' I mnuiTtil niKcrly. "I'tiot l. e an- triad to know. I Smith many more such happy her lii'plni: to (ruin n slrl, nuiklii Mr. and Mrs. James Thomas made cnuiH'ii'iit fur our own ni'iiN. you Ik ullllin: If ulii Ami il the n "ill. worth uhlli'." )niiiii: inmi hoiii"tl. "to Inki' Iht n mill cimfli Iht. PihI Iiii lilt nun lilm. 1 Friday. Mr. Jamc I'ojter is sufTcrinj: with a severe cold. ( Mr. Marcnrett Iine i.t visiting Mr. a recent visit to her parents, Mr. and Mm. Sim Clark. Mrs. James Hicks and family spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. S Sparks. .Mr. James Hicks sold to Mr. Luther Smith several shoats and a line milk cow, price unknown. Mr. O. I. Naylor and son, have returned home after a brief visit to friends in this vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Nnylor and lit- ntnl Mrs. II. M. I .a tie. Mr. ! ehx I.ane spent Sunday with Mr. anil Mr. James Foster. Mr. ami Mrs. Ilobert Goincs have lieen viiitintr Mr. nnd Mrs. J. W. Xaylor. Mr. ami Mrs. Sim Clark attended the funeral of Mrs. W. M. Homilton s 1 - t Ilnl-ln- M.SHARP. One mile from Lancaster, out the Buckeye pike. LIVESTOCK One pair of ! year old mare mules, an extra good team; one pair of .'i year old mare mules, extra good ones; one bay saddle and work horse; one brown saddle horse; three good milk cows; ten shoats, weighing from 70 to 80 pounds; one Big Type Poland China brood sow, farrow Feb. 25th. FARMING TOOLS One new Thornhill wagon; mowing machine; riding cultivator; disc harrow; smoothing harrow; one turning plow; one e plow; new Post buggy; buggy harness; good slide; Buena Vista saddle; one Chivrolet Touring Car, 1919 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; bedroom 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 (lay of sale. LOCATION hill-sid-- Robert Griggs, LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. I hi ri'k'iinllin: lilt own ullUi'. Ili-'uni, uml If you inn ilmp In thorc In, twn'ti linn' mill four this iifti'niiinii I'll Imvi' paiil tin wny fur your com inc." tllr1l (nun the t'liurav Atinii ItWU nl inn I Imck to llif youni; nian'H klml-luw oih' fmv. Tin firm Hintnl wliov nihiTtlMiiifiit .io liml ltut In) uiiowiTi'it uml luvii ri'puNnl. uml uai koih ilit youni: man with uml Ainui Hollo t (I I hohllin: tin can I mnl with now linii In Iht heart, woni out to Ik'uIii Iht loin: wulk to lln ilo U'lialiil oltli-i'- . o (rmn:i' 11ml tini'p'cti'il It Ami llfi'. Ilial when Iit hml ri'iichnl full iiiiniM'ti'ticy In Iht ni'W ncivptnl work, mnl wnt kUIiik tin eri'iilct MitUfuc lion, Anna Hi'llo il.i'lil.it to clvo that work ui nliotfi'lliiT. Tho Junior part-ih- t Iht of tin linn hml nuist happily. Hint Iht Inn pi a 10 In llfi wut lit hit own hlil.', while iih'iiiIht utailly kiv.vi coiiM'nt. Aima "Vou inny know- - now, lli'lii' inlil Iht lot it, "how- very much )ou luiw iloim for iih. Why, whoii wi tlot ini't, I hml only llflun ci'iil t left to huy my illnniT, uml" "I know," Hint young man rhwrful ly ri'Mimliil, "mnl. n you ni mlm I hml Jul ciiiiii nftrr nu oitra ilouuli-nu- t uml it cup of Corfu, jvu mv. when )01l 1II1I It." "Jack t" ett latimil the ulrl, "you I,. n't tiii'iiti that )im were the tint man We have on display our And line of . I )'ht- - 11 91 I Crrf cl Come and see what we have j 1 McRoberts Drug Store itT-niail- - W. 0. RIGNEY Funeral Lancaster, Director and 1H. Embalmer. X, at the Inlil. "I'm nfrnhl," Jrk mM temlorly, "that )our e)t were too full of tear at I li' time to m very "ell, my ilear, hut then never will b any mon If I can help It." And Juck kept kkl word. Ollice Phone Reoldeuce I'lionc tni Kentucky. The Central Record. Lancastei , Ky., Thursday Dec 9. 920 1 HONESTY GILCHER HOTEL BUILDING, DANVILLE, KY. RELIABILITY The Christmas Season is now here. We aro again prepared to serve you with JEWELRY OF QUALITY, the same as during the past YOU KNOW THE KAHN QUALITY -- the name always a guarantee. Fourteen Years of HONEST BUSINESS METHODS. and his Guaranteed Jewelry. The goods the best that can be made, each price without a limit as to its wearing qualities. which adds to the appearance of our gift. Everyone speaks in highest terms of KAHN A Every article of Jewelry that we sell from .$2.00 and up is PLACED IN HEAUTIFUL CASE FREE ATTENTION! WE ARE GOING TO GIVE FREE WITH EVERY $1. PURCHASE, FROM DECEMBER ONE CHANCE ON Don't forgot 1 TO 31, $50. LIBERTY BOND that KAHN HAS KEKN ESTABLISHED IS Years in this action, st'Ilinj: only roul Jowolry, oithor Solid Cold or is Ktiurnntt't'd KAHN Danville Ky. the finest quality of Guntiim Gold Fillotl. is Evory pitrt of .lowulry lonvinK this hous without limit of tinn. It a pleasure to rIvo Jewelry that comes from an establishment of this kind, and DON'T FOUGHT THAT WE PLACE EACH A ARTICLE COSTING $2.00 OR .MORE IN CASE ABSOLUTELY FREE. We also engrave every article in the very thiest manner, employing only the highest priced engravers, men that are real artists. in This means much to that Christina nf ft. an Danville Ky. nrticle finely engraved will he forever prized. Jewelry That is Good, Reliable & Dependable Cracks at Creation. Uncle Eben. "Some ED H. KAHN Phen, Open Every Night Until Xmas. Gilcher Hotel Blclg r.uv Tuesday Mr and Mr Wm Kinder and Uiby, Ituhrn Harris Mr Wm. Heailey returned Sunday to Somerset. He was accompanied by his little daughter, Willie Mae, wlw will vi4t her irrnndmstOier, Mrs. Ilayden WaiMle. lime litnkln' 'oh fotirdeaf A good way to close the mouth of "wnstr when dcy could haw a road critic is th ask him how much dnvcrs tuniln' In nn' cutiln' de liny." luck by he pays toward its maintenance. Let's Go to Durham We sec but little in the press about III Hie county of l i.. i i Km :'n'l. Hut perhaps day. affinities then : It Is nil old lltoin " everybody is afraid to cast the first mid clieee to lilt- - llrl t Ml stone. t tt way to th' liun ti l.i it Iir rty. Discouraging to Authort. Sure, there ure plenty of good peo' Nw fe ones ple in this world, but the bad Mutilation of a Celn. MHi . ihf t. too much noise for them to be make w There In no nnlty attached to the What ure oHr faror- - i...el'i heard. ".h mutilation of ii coin, tint n penally N wrtiors awli'ir t" nttnclicd to restoring to circulation a Infant- - plot When a fellow reaches the point coin which tins been fraudulently f i punilhlor -- ltlMi where he hus one foot in the grave III weight. he should repent of his sins and pull Impertinent PetltfSKW. By No Means Time Wasted. it out. h hMt4iiii't I ' are Ititltfd Win ii J ml Tunklti wishes to explain thai we take wlmt l t i"'' if; and been muklng Kggs, it seems, have was not wasting precloui time were H ti li to lt"l to ft j a desperate effort to flirt with the when lie ' sitting on the fence flli HMtn the IqlMe " llllllt. Let's have a law whittling. What he wan cutting tip he wiMild I"' ilri-o- i ! it dollar mark. rl Vol. In hry wh .k tin- irtfl- was the family oulja hoard. against tlirtinir. n word we do not Kle: and llml. aHhotwh they; however, why There's a reason, I'rtitn Numerical timuy ihttitr Imio tlxen w i n.ny some people ure so popular with their We used to nk "U The Coldeii SyJu" "f lfil'l''M." neighbors. They are good lenders have they? 'o.. u, ho correct, one Miy. "The) lmnii iim Improvement In Pnatagraptiy. and poor borrowers. Is. on haw they" nttlioHtcli Tin-r.if iimMos photiw The new child I hellew." l General Obrcgon. Mexico' fiuthln, rrnphk eiilrsi K'in lm rftly liH.llt!i'i liy the ronvtrortloti of president, goes into office with our I'roin l.lfe. huh l mi enlHrdn: eMincm best wishes. Let's hope he doesn't fieiolt'd overlli'iul Kiel protcetH It IlKht No Important Cl.rnte Crn(je misplace them in the shuffle. Thero lint I.m ii no Mel. u ithett'l nt-e- d down iimiii n n ii'lllnil heel hl li 1" It. The We quite agree with that good old plaod on n lahlo liHiiai of etlHiaio within the mid tniiiilinilHtlon of th r to HMtlt, t'!ieusi sonK which say that "there' no place J.IMKI like home." The others ure just u Ml l ii ili'fort tmli.H. ntrU Mittir... lM r N mm Ii toon- - i.ihihiIi hiI ilnni In tlil iMt'1"" hulldlliK of eaiialo rollrmil or little better or a little worse. lme onlv w h"Mi To Remove Lead From Cunbarrcls. We always admire a regular atCIomiiIirII nire hioI irnni: nitric Shark by No Mtam Valueless. l, tendant at church. It isn't every' one tin- lend In n add will io-olt- e V mimI Hhark I'rnm tie hide of a who can stand hearing the truth about uml will nm injure the metal It l pohli to (ililnlli 'MitHre feet of the Liirri l uulecK Hie weld litKonits times in a year. thonuclve fifty-twof li'iitber. and the xt4iinui'h furnlr-he-s tllliltiil with a llttlo water. To Canadian fruit growers have been n raw tunteiiiil which chm he iiwoli' the mid, pour all of It out mid Into IfMth'T wllh the niHiirttii e and wipe the werring over the shortage of barrel. souked In "r tun dry texture of ctlin-- kid. n itflllil to tlx iillvi- - or iiHto'iM-eoil. itot set the Itut there ought to be u lomfortable Now Vork i:i-nliThe ller h cii I oil the liHIl orlo elothei. If surplus in thee United State by this will jlfld Htiywheri- l'oi. lit to 1.1 fr hi ehnure llii Iuiimu It klumlil he time. rnllonv of oil ni! the dorofil tin. when lni itff UiumliHlfly with wnternnd drlml will linnx ,'h.hi fti.'Ji nninu tlieu Mime wivk Mst men ure judged by the corn-pa- oriental ' lciir they keep, but it' not so with Bamboo Has l iil Growth. responsithe woman. They are not Protection for AnUictit Fjui-- '. Tlie (.'row Hi of iho I hioIh-- i lft ble' for the cavorting of their hustluti tho Allotrw'iuil In the inoridliit a Imio iiH-t- r It I' ! uhorr bands. will ul Hi' (In Kroiuid mid L iilBhlfull Ihe hoo ., iA .Sir I'oiiiflu. M.iwxiii. ilw mitnr'-ll- c Is Wlill hlli. On the day It Is Mr. Harding's fishing experience in XlttiiUjhi' lhind a lull iii h mini uml in lo thiia i (iulf of Mexico is remarkable in amieiplolet tihiHu tij Mel- - u u the ) tin' llirt o wH'k ihe IuhuIhhi roil" are from The. fish he at least one respect. fof il.'- - Mtlwiitari'tle fHiimt. The 1H to 111 llii Im rt'ttinleieliee Ulid in caught were larger than the stories Inland. whKh ioMrt) ) f n .in tower to H lii!.l of f'l or feel -, from Tiioiuaiilit ) mil.S.. ilei:re ov hvua. AU.i'ktlle. Iaxh lliere U olio l.l.o. ami iutirl ll Uiiu- from where Mi lllo iiiij In uioxii a rove The next time you lieur u young Anturi'lHu. It ip ii.. ii.niio uml hnisl-liij- : that towr.-i n Tn fiit In II' duya n blade making pert,rmurk about i.i nt luiltkmo of x itriMiiul There Ik n mi!i) of IiuiiiImmi that I u rtiiludliii: Ihr cdlhle. ti you might quietly inquire if he ' uihl) by rl is referring to his own sister. He now imv kMi 1 ni.i k. and of vnt elitnU. who dlt off the tomi xli'tot liimU of . lotitu uml wiik ! and for iim "n" won't fight. folk." mid Fnrle OI;ing To ! In Disguise. rn H-- . iwi-Iti- I'eople in this romtnunity are lu lUs-Htt m ' ""' ""' "'e Xftf '"T I" tratherint; corn of fortune Mr. Ilolman drawn was n recent visitor in Danville. klMmcn Worth Tjfclnn Investor's Puillei . fur InTlH'I'l f -- I llHWII Mr. Jee Turner. f lloylc, vlsltel llrl. IM One of the perennial puiil-(ni...h.r ri- - Mr ami Mrs. J IV Foley lat work. vestors I how to tell when n wry good frtt ivwl.'r nf V cstMShl in .nt nnaH-e. thing hecomes Jllt n little too K1 rmitr Mrs. 5rcen l'yti'r, who ha been 'X It ui4elit Ttw inri. Free Press. lu t.c rrnl.-)"- ir"t very ill with pneumonia U slowly --- thrown upon 'iie' own S t in Daily Thought. i of i Imrm the nit of iirnfoiiiol thought tJ tr nat-ur- n im l.lily' ll)-- netHhi Nw U01 In iHrttmt Tri.. Hsr Discipline. .(to l 'limn at the otto top. hut u otwervanl litan that the trwutih- with istnMjr l the itn nf mht ym1 HOI eo to iiuro .d ittMl fnt. Tho Hro nfil Mf itieir Iho hho hull iltwvfl thai Miet VfMBK I'lwl tf llw hiilller etr (m tiliow hi - Nidi-M- y 'e' Dlwujret.ihlv Qiwtiee i Tl al.l- ii it.l-- ttWo ' ' "iT"'- t l - d" tlnt.i dill-dri'- ti mto-i- i Hint rniof.irt th dw-- !' iut poiho at Irw. I'.Hlaltii the dlMrn.-nht- o iiiif'i.it iifiw ihI dlxta In n i:alMi whn Hrt uml il ii- ih uh. ih.o'.'f - h o of f.r-tHt- are uddi-- d lo dU. e l.ii-l- in lliie m nn- - -- it iiilr -- Weight of the Hope Diamond. Tuvortiler uiue into dlMHHUid In Ihe lolrll from the orr"l Kolden H'.l'.' Mtaiiic of Itama, In the Temple of Itiiion Hint .Sim. Iliirntah.' Indhi. It welu'hed ll'J'.i anit uiet wii fold by Tnernler to liuls XIV for half n dollari and a harnuetry. Jinn lUflole lo.t"...oli of -- lo mil-lli- -- Mistake Too Often Made. - - sun-barre- 'i-- o ! i - Hll-u- o fin, 1 Mine-tuiir- It Ii true that out of the cronM-rMrs. Wm. Walker, who tuts been nil texallons of life. It n petty care well us Its creat ill for the past two week, with a ml troiihli-- i prli-f- . l cold Is belter at tht writingto eoiiie the iH'eiplltie Hint tuaki'i miiiU Hue ond stroiu:. Hut we Master Itobert Lee Simpson, of liiMake our province when we allow I nucaster Ixis returned home, after a rltWIine-.to (Mir own III temper and visit to Mr. and Mr. Ollie Craham. iiipl null uMlerlnl to our ueliililiora. Mimlanies Came llHvidson and II. w.M (In. I all nrikiiry hardships i iiddliu; to the tiiilnher. Wm. Sutton were k'UenU'WedmswIii) Ii l.f of Mrs. Win. Itomans. of biueaster. Mr. and Mr. '.. T. Itiee and little The ITevenae ef Lyr. "Width of at n" ' 'iH'if whnt sou, Itobert Leslie, uf ltichmond were A l.)eur.itH the Spmluii i oiiiik Fmlay KtiesU of Mr Carrie llavld .Hid bean son. rills. n had put otii liamlnl out to lilii. i i 'o(ile to Muse Fannie Merida, (l.iysie be pitilhel at III o iflloii l.y- - Itunells, Lucy and Nolle Turner, were rurcus d f i i . I ...Kruno', hilt on the coiilrun Ii .ml ihiiiIu visitors Sunday of Mi sues Mold and e H n bridge r Sugar Creek In of Mrs t urn Davidson's rei-dinis now ronlotid uml the peo I!e in that vicinity eertaiMly d np. Mr. Wm. Iteailoy f Somertet was priwte it. tl uuet Pritlny of Mr. ami Mrs. GUNN'5 CIIAIT.L. Jamea Yantts. .Montnmen Wm. UtHe itHtl Jnw.w Mr. and Mr. Ii. II. Clsandler wet, Yatttt were vttutrs 'I'SHirvshiy of Mr. hero with rehUitos the pittt Week. C.reH l'ojinter. Mr. liUesw Paster ut4 fnwUy have Mrs. Wm. (Inrk sfHnt tkw ttey ('. It. Henry smveti t Iheir new dw idling at lluck-y- . Ttiurwlay with M4iim mmiI Mil ton Wurtl. Prof. aHd Mrs. IBIMt Mr. Cl man Stusdnrx, f litrswter, d with Mr. ami Mr. Hmnt the MM wiek with Mr. mid koMt th wei-John Ijtnd. Mrs. Itobert Ijtyton. Mr. John Und wish in ltlcbmtd Mr. and Mrs. I'rsmk lley, uf I'teh-- ! tnutid. spent Thuriuiuy uiht with Mr. to see Mr Ottek !UrakHin, who U .till critically ill TumMUiy night. and Mrs. J. I'. Foley. Itev. Intko wf N'ichsiiasville, llWed Mr. Milton Ward spent Monday mcht In Madison, the vMitor of Mr. his regular antiointiiiont nt the Methixlit Church her Saturday eveand Mrs. Itobert Ward. ning uml Sunday. Mrs. Alfred I'oynter. and Miss Itev. and Mrs. Iimko were guiMts nf Mary I'oynter were visitors at Mc- Mr. ami Mrs. Hunter Davis Saturtlay Creary Friday afternoon night and of Mr. und Mrs. Irvine Mrs. Saylor Hurt and daughter, of the Poor Uidte pike were recent visi- Siminitri Sumlny. Mrs. Ilarv.iy Tenter and daughters tor of Mrs. (Jreen I'oynter. and Mr. and Mrs. P.. II. Chandler Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Scott and son, Hilly llrown, were Sunday visitors of spent Friday with Messrs John and T. M. Chnndlvr. Mr. and Mm. Itobert Yater. Th frtnt e. Cn.a(l Hie teeth of the shark sell readily ami are utlllrid by mniiufnclur-In- s JowehTs In ortiniiic nt of one kind or iitiothir. Prom the blood of Ihe hi iiiatNiHnls w now- get the Isimc nUiBnie for a wry superior kind of wiitrprtHif glu. which Is omsI in ihe priMrMlloii of laminated or hiilll.iii. wihmIoii stock from which Ihe piop.'i-uml other part of air-- , erafl sr.. fHililoiiid. -r Productive Denltens of the Sea. f wo-me- 4tBut ! 1 pril J i Seamen's Wjttlns. In Iho time illl-li- n ..I ihe '.'I hour of the day Into wh.'h oii honnl ships at .a (her are watches of four hniim each ami iw Iwo hours, every watcli IimUIik .. dltllictl . hi ni P.thcl Humes. ii X'xkI iuhii of luei .iou' name. lleKlniilug at ii ihe afterIII pilhlle In Ilit- - ib Hid to Mr. Frank Turner and daughter, noon watch I from I'.' m lo I p. m.; 'i Spot Ihe iiololiUhol Mbv Hose, of Uinruster, were quests Ilrst dog watch, I p. im to l p. m.S celted thU yimiur " 'minis Tuesday of Memlame Milton Wurd st cond dug wnteh, il p. m. to S p. in.; fu'l of lo)eme iismI Wbiil o i ( elite ; night wiitrh. H p. in. lo I'.' iHhllilghtS I rtwlore liliu to ou Hi H r .M lullnl i.nd 0. II. Henry. middle watch, P. inldulshi lo I a. m.; Mr .and Mr. Mlley livuzley hud monilng I'roin ad lit lo sene hi- - xmiii watch, a. m. to s u. tu.j Sh.vIH- Kt i flM, The liohleli fir their uuesU Monday iiIkIiI and foretiiHiu watch. Hi u. In. In noon lr . r- -- I HOG Dee b. 1920 The Central Recoru, Lancaster, Kv . hu ukm VARIETY OF FOfin IS ARsOI IITFI V I -- NECESSARY FOR HEALTH OF CHILD KILLING TIME LET THE MONEY Get our prices on Serve YOU BY HAVING IT You SAVE SAUSAGE HILLS, LARD PRESSES LARD KETTLES, CANS AND BUTCHER ALL HEATING DRAW INTEREST AT THIS BANK KNIVES. The Garrard Bank & Trust Co, I.ANCASTKIt. KY PRICES. at REDUCED can andwill save Seejour llnc-w- e you money. STOVES Goodloe & Walker j Bros. 11c A With Jelly, Cgg and Toait. Gre na, Milk, Urean and butter Maha Ad. mlrablt Noon. Day MtaJ for Voungtttr, tin- - IrnT THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTKK. aurliu: joiiiifier n iiiwoiiile Simple, rliiin, wlioli'vmio of l rlnht kind Id ihllilr.il In the iimiitltlr will t'l further, hoine fil in. mi. Imliiiir" ulilioin iu.ati-rl.tll- eh.uuln; tin for tin-. Will give more pleasure than any other Chrittmaa Gift. Make a single Rift to the whole family that will be worth while. Victroa Caplltil 450,000. It. DKNNV. 8. C I) UN NY, A Surplus 450,000. J C K. STOUMKS. M Honor Roll Bank I'fMi.lfnt iiiinnnl henllh uml Muni) Ooiitltullon Ihnn any other fmlor Yet. In tliln land of pleii-t- t ttinii) children Mr iiiuliTiiourWhi'd. If itu'j Hero nil In homi' uhero Hit' Itio.iiic n Kinnll, thl Mould be tint ime) luiw that iiiiiii) of malnutrition ti rr to ! foiiiiil In well to tin holm- - n. In thov ,. which mi....... ,,f hl world' under-'IuiiiIhIiI11 t'lalit iliilunv tounrd of in- - iii.'jl In mil iji) nn miIi i'IioiikIi milk "li'i'i'.t innki" ..u t I u ii t I Ii : jtur illy uiiiouui When you consider that it will bring joy into the family for a life time the cost it small. WE HAVE THEM FROM $25.00 TO $275.00 Children', Drcakfaiti. Omn TaritM inl 'Jul. for hr t.iun4(Mt ililklrvni M.ih rllirl Aifl ttf iiin-Hm- )UUIIII-- iulr iirunm (pulp i,nl . nif I Ilrin.l .ml Hullrt mil.. i illrfll HMIk i tin COME IN AND GET OUR EASY TERMS We are mii.ti nj Cnhirr PAl'l. KI.I.IOTT. In.llvi.lunl Vice Prest THOMPSON. Teller Hook-Kecp- Co.! I Apt. 4vir (UtHir.l Kllk milk Tml jii.I lMtir Hakd par twl atMt )nl r .l)r ta thr u'iart .lira) Milk Tim.i diKt b'ltur idling now from our Chrittmaa atock ao you have no time to lote if you would get the atyle you want. U'lmt irtH'll r ' Hi., trnnlili. If b'lity of foo. l it ilillil who niHlrrHotir-.IhhI? Hook keeper Tti HUGH MOU'.KV, Oeneral In clill.l. (.niilili- - nn Im il.-- . U'lmt inorv inn pli)'il imuli- n MiHfnri- pnt - do tliun m r. SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. !cx U Denny. J H Posey, J K. Stormes, I, II Swnirtironil, C Penny. A T Sanders, I)r W M Klllott. Directors. '. .. lmi - iiIhihIhih' it H of f i f h7 !!- Mil IJH r Vjr (..mi itiWIrm. wit., ki u ilk II 5t l (fftt ttir LOOK UNDER THE LID, BE SURE IT IS A n ti rotk VICTROLA - :i t lnr.- m'IiIi Wisdom Frcm Carlyle Like the Opera c On ' The world I n l.i'il.e nl Tin" Imiitl rontert' at I ti lipi liinlx by Jnl ntxmt "II IIm i.pli' mint In town who enjoy titlkluc nt the name lift Iiefori" he m r It and work In i time. St. Jmeph (inri'tte. Juit n i . . ... .. ipimitity, iiihI iti tit trmi-- ' ImiiHIi of inmit . lilltlritt tiH) l not thHt ilioy - f.Hl, t.nl rntlHT tc gottlnc Iimi 'hut ttii'y nrt iri'ltlni; ! huii'Ii of otMt-iIkIk ii i k I not ititMich of Diet. ) A rlillil ln'tnii'ii I mimI nr of In1 iimi.i'rH m miHI fil If Iihi plenty of milk. Imtol. mikI oiIht iTi'ftl footl. nn vex or lt lulMih iit ' with ilii ui Dili 1 11 d One-Sldr- )to IIinI thv klixl of l Mllot rx that HMrtmit (or A.lr hHk-- rhllny .imt .Ii mii - TwM. .i m'.lk CROOKS iiut tlum, .i"rMl-mli- Sc WARE Children's jiirlnit Kt. llakiMt III k'SC IM I.MI.I Oinnert. rwm4 Successor 307 Main Mill HKI r"n. i1tfil IktHMl thin to T. P. CURRY & SON DANVILLE, KY. STORE OPEN EVERY EVENING tw.it.it. Hiih Vifuuiui I. III "Skim, clean at any spxJ ' with a . mnll nmoiint of fiMl ufirr lil Mll'ili-i- l l If for otloT H(ir of Ihosf In . of fiM k otnlttiil. In- hi illi't l IILol) to Tlio follow Itiu lillN of fun for hy fiMHl incnN nro p.vlnllt of tin- - I'liHtil Sliili t p.'itlliirnt of Ak'rlrnlliiri' Tin miiiN to pn imri', mul .iiv simple, nrtiil to ntlfy iiiit nomml nplM-tltrlillil Htlirr fiMnN of the mm rlit inn) lu Htilitttnliil. wlirn no wl"ln, for uny illli In tin'" v 1 r, n Miiall iMirtlim tii'pnriil fnilu hihI fH otH-- h ilm, ii lltllr lillt- - of mnfiill) fil inr'til mlU Cookl.a oirvrnt: can ami rt'a.lil be found by reading the iMitlrularli tliullrd nirt cake, pane of till. paper. If It tro trfcMuiiL'. lilll. Tukr-lmkitxrdil I'lMiml rarroti. adviTt.-iinir- . it is worth buy- Ilrra.l tiutter. an) i worth Tmimj ruiur.l puicir kandiilches. .nc and that u what you ei'k. Children! Supper. k nl II mIiIim iiaMin crackrra and arrtil wlltl rrrjlll milk. an J Mil or llh IUkr.1 cuttatJ. nut ami Jail? Mm IUllM-iHjill HlrviJ irtrry httlHiut jmb cur ruin will' rtr Mlth hon- or alrup The bet ( hritma . "YoutiK mnn, you are too quick with your tonjruc; you should respect old aire," gently chided the aged one. "I do, air, whenever I meet up with it," returned the quick wilted youngs ter, lie spent the dollar. tr.uj rv llrra.l ami inltk Art'le Htmi;e cakr I'ntato-mtl- fup I tlrie'l Milk tiM.t cak iVIrrr milk aoup T.wat. USED CAE SALE AT fl .SACRIFICE, e need the room i' T tr-- Marmalade ket aU Iire4 t luatln lilanj. CEREAL FOOD IS ECONOMICAL One Variety or Another Forma Largt Part of Alme.t Every Whola. FAT ABSORPTION IN COOKING DOUGHNUTS Amount Varies Greatly on Differ- for new cars and the tome and Frugal Diet. used cars must go. "We dare anyone to knock it off we stand ready and enjjer to prove that the Sharpie Suction-fee- d cream separator does "ftkim clean at any speed." We will furnish reports of official tests, conducted by the U. S. Govern mcnt. State Agricultural Colleges and experts of tha dairy industry, that prove conclusively the truth of this Sharpies claim. We do this gladly, knowing that back ing us up is the world's largest manufacturer of cream separators the Sharpie Separator Company with proof upon proof, in black and white, of the remarkabln ability of the AS a Sharpies dealer, of im klnil or ntmthor Hirt of alnioit owry Mliolraonii" uml .oilliillllcill illt't. A a k'i'niirat ruli. tin the part PImjiiI liy tiTi'Hl tin rlinipiT tin' illt't. point on.' mnj cut I'p to r. , ilon n tin' itiniitlt) of tmsit. I'k'i:, ittf.ir, fruit mul tii'tnlili' u.il uml iiltltuti' riTtiil fiMMl. Put foml 'liillt In tlio 1'nlti'il Stntf l." wiy tlnri" l piirtuii'tit of h limit hi'ji.n.l uliiih tlil in limit lii tifi'ly ilmii". A iiuipli" .U' nit Ion for n Imiilly of fa l her, inotluT mul tlinv ).uiu' a ilillilri'ii In "lili li ivniiN arc I lm ciiii'.lil. risl ti lontnln f pouinl of hIi.iiii four nn. I liri'inl, or It iuitnli'tit In n Min.'ty of iv nil I f.xwl; two ipmrt of tullk, om hihI oni' f.iiirlli p.iiimN of iikiIIiiiii fat Ifii ount'o of hiitttT or oiIht f fat. hiiiii. of kiiuur, hihI four or lUo pouinl of fruit nii.I ti'tft'l.ilili". fiHitl upp!y In till illi't the n hunt on. half of tlx protein. IVri'iil form ii ihm luru-.k'n-utr- r l.tit-tiTAcrP-iilturi' u-- cl fn-i'louo-liuliin-aono-hal- ent Occasions. Frying Under Fat Require! Leai Time Than When They Are Floated in It Amount of Flour In Dough Determine! Quality. Tluit fnt uliMirptloii liy frlnl datti-- r will Miry urrallj ilousli Iti utiiouiit on illff.Ti'iit oiraKlmi. that tin in. no Hour lliiTf i In a ilousli tin" fat It nliorli In frjini:, tti.it tin- - tlui," of frylnc fat nliMirptloii, an. I Hint fry liikt .hnulitiut titnliT fut rinuln- li Hint" than wln- -i tliry nro lloall In It, nro miiih of tlu ri'ult iIIm'Iom-i- In n Ion," mtIi-- of ' pfrluifiitH mIiIi-I- i l ho I'Xp.'rliii.iitil Lltclii'ii of tlio I'iiIIimI tati lU'inr' itit'lit of AurU'tilturi" ha coinpli'totl uml liIi-I ALL CARS IN A NO. 1 SHAPE. One 5 wire wheel 1920 Buick Tour-iw- r $1500.00 One K-- 14 1920 Roadster 1450.00 1 1920 Ford Truck, Worm Drive. 500.00 One 191S Ford Touring 350.00 350.00 One 1917 Lexington Touring, One 191S Dodge Touring, 750.00 One Buick Chain Drive Truck,. 400.00 1915 Buick "4" One 5 500.00 K-4C-2- DELICACIES AFTER HOLIDAYS Prepare Enough of -thihii.U of 1I0114I1 ran ! iiniti" up mul fri.tl an to takt" up t '. of fat In frjliik" or o 111:1. 1.' u, uml frl.il 11 to taki up only ono poiin I Turiity Danville Buick Ircorporati'ii J Co West Walnut St., DANVILLE KY. SHARPLES Cream Lastly, we will separator Jemomtratc to anyone to get mil the butterfat at any speed. that the Sharpies Separator, every day of its use, Shims clean at any speed. Any Sharpies user ia this neighborhood wfll sle the same. BECKER & BALLARD,1! IlUYANTSVIIXK. KY 'Hit' imiri' ll.uir liouriMirati'il In tin Iiiho tut uli.irpllnn, but OIII.tll" It I lit till" tApt'llM" of till' .Mnko i'Iii.iiuIi of tlio C'lirioliua fruit ll.illk'lllltlt 1'iiku or plum puilillui: oti ran ha. iplllllt) of till' Tlio i uixiT il'iiuliliuin aro kepi In In fauiio on Imii.l to It.illi puililliik' mul tin- - frying fnt. wlii'ihor bocauao tin nftrr tlu tiollila riiki' wlili Ii nri' rltti In fruit luiproi" fut I not but i'iiouuIi r uri tiNi thlrk. tin k'ri'ali-- r Mltli nsi". uill hf tln amount of fut tin-- ) lako t 'ii ca" up. At IVi ilfiirro 0, tln li'inK'ra luii" fut ubiiulil Im wlit'ii iloiiuliniiti aro put In. tlinv mliiiiti". will auilUv for HOUSEHOLD FACTS fookliik' IIiom" ulilvli bavi" Ihvii rolltsl If tin" to on." fuiirtli liidi thlfkiif!. aro ullofl to (lout la tin il.iiiiihiiiit Fry tUMxIle In pfiinut oil ant drain fut. If iloughtiuta are fort'iil unJ.T I on tiiottiui: pai r, ttii fnt ilitrlus llio frjlne, tlio upt'rl-uii'ii- t mailt" proi" tbat ttvltcr iloutb" ' It'll lliifii mitl tort i'ii ran lu quickly uuta Mill n.ult with le Irumil for unllnary uso U tlnr wringer of tlnif a a J fut'l. IKiugli rolltl to wnt l inuilt- - trry tliiht ami uvtl In flattrn f.nirlli Imli thlt'knta can be rooked In f tlll'lll out. uiliitiloa by thU nxtli-m- l one nn. I at u ti'iinratur of 183 ilfirva tX When using; pink rhubarb fur rliu-h- a Tbli tiivtlio.1 of uliuii'rloii was fsund ZAM. tli iliorhft ilo not .kin It. 'Iti In riilucv tlii crarkluc during frylos will l a bmutlful folor. au'l tin ronnviturut fat abaorptloa. of Emergency. - of fut. Doughnut ma. If with pli'tic ul.irti tuor. Chrittmai Cake or of flicur. Imttor 1111. fut tliau tliot" nlih'li nn li' rlt' Plum Pudding to Serve in Caie i. CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK. ri' lii't-aii- OF LANCASTER KENTUCKY. Corner Public Square anil DanvilU Strc.t. CAPITOL $50,000.00 SURPLUS $60,000.00 WE STRIVE TO SERVE. 1 ... ... G. Davidson, Caahier. W. O. Rigney, Aast Cashier W. F. Miller, J. Louia Gill, Teller. Mrs. N. H. Hamilton, Aast Teller and Book-keepe- r. Book-keepe- r. - DIKKCTOUS II. F. Hudson, Pres. J. J. Walker, L. L. Walker, Shirley Hudson, S. G. Glbbs, V. F. Champ, J. W. Sweeney ono-lml- ON ROLL OF HONOR DEPOSIT HERE AND SAVE YOUR MONEY. fit iif The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursua 3G IQG 3HE 3 F1E DSN Enough To Make A V m Sausage LAflD nil Is Brass "1 . .. Monkey .. , Dec 9 1920. iCOAL COUNTIES I Laugh. TAX PARASITES Records Show They Do Not liven Match State Aid For Own Common School?. DRAG ON I'AHM PRESSES ..Shclhyville News) (!v. Mallard' tfmnd stand l nHut gout; ltd. Marrow t mil a iecial owrn f the Lrmture to pUce m tax oh ennl mined Im this .tatr .. rniMiuh Ih make a Ihhm man- inugh If Mr. Pal lard known ran) m thing ! konws that th wn the Itt'ixilitteun party in .f k.'iturk body, heeta and hritche. in Hi- . TANKAGE Is The ideal Food for Hogs Kentucky BUTCHER KNIVES LARD CANS MEAT SAWS Conn "LIVE Brothers. LET FOLKS." I Ccntmoted with these is M LIVE AND which prodncas noariy thro time murk ky local taxation a th jives a for schools, and little ....... G DG 31 ties, like Rohertsen. (irant (Sarrard yjl 'XrWi1 Carlisle and RoberUon. rontnbiit.' more locally than their school, r. faults of thi'ir own children. The ceive from th Stata. In many runes the teacher i The C si D'OrtJy CamYear. The $1.50 turd Weekly. I'arm Cotlr l'y Mtr. ' that 1 .if promptly condemned and the Payable in Advance. . H.Mfw. agn.ul Aittonc the typical lar uly child is upheld in its paign Is Launched In t ' ' " mil I ''no- - rfr kt ' Mr. Mattie Terrill, aired 77 years taral rountios, the local bdirt m J. E. ROIH.NSON. Editor. misdeeds. . i I' trse in-- I at the home uf her brother, Mr. (i raves esceedi the 8tat revenue r New York City. I. .KI.KIN. Local Editor ami Mgr. When we see amok wo nt A. W. Kavanattgh. m4 J'riday wrt- - r,vaJ far uhooi b I It. 000. in rl.iM I.i i. ..i..t sjae-- . .. i its ,,f rt ' .- f ,f nitm-n- t -" iwaeri which mm;, death beinr dw ta th taflna Htnderton by l.WO. m Itamrbon by! N- once look for the fir Entered at the Iot OlTice in I . i. h rverwmiaU nwl I.. r. tl causes it. tie of acrf. Reside the nrother. the $12. (Mi. in Clark ky t.0M la Daviess fectmly swattel n. w wilt a.-Ky.. an Second-ClaMail m.kle piMPe of U I.WO.OOO.ouo n lOaWRir.j in i l used In IS SHI" by three fitter. JKrs, by K.M. m Wamn by IU.M4. Ami when a child receive ItettMf Matter. INrtantial dosrvndanto next atttmna. it the n Leavell and Mr. The coal coantra .aer jcreatly j punishment in n school ren,. .itii:....,.. ;,, Mia Amelia Kavanaiwh. of Kkh- - from aarcuiturai ronnues in raitwra, ' ' aasorwa on poaters circuiaie.1 .. . i...!.! i av. the Urdst ta Btnlt. Lancaster. Kr., December 9, 1920 ' "n" Wealth and-".,to their school fwnd. m Ittnte "I tear. .oukinir for tho cause whiclt lW,yr Terrill wa a consent ;,PW 'orm ' popwiation in agricultural sarin, wnirtl roontiev 01 ra.W m., . .jna. .Him MUHfllM Member Kentucky Trcf Association prontptetl lis lniliction. e i mr 'lay a war- fhvr 9f the I'reekyteriaa charch and Kiwsnre up proportionately, ana ; nn im.nimn ! nacnrda wr dtMriMMM ww-111 no other way can scliotd while able- m u always active m in uaore they have little local school re- mrmt wentmy kossas mI bt.. hmK Ike out th eHy vu0tm eoncartod dftee mod anta authorities maintain (liscinnno. ?"e. runvrai nervwex were eon- - vena beeana there w IttUo weaHh, an the pests between new and Christ medtatety dm belowh nf tneo Mmv rmAJimKinniM rotted , ... I Tlir. AWJtlCAN I'Ht.ss Ah.criTTON-- . .. dncte.1 at the hoate laat Sandav after it invariably followa that th ponwla-tio11 :iiiii :i Hi'riiiiii wiiiuiiii ill nil? th .sMai. meeana m the Me w soar, and non, loiioweu o interment in tn draw Iktl. nas. ., .. , craft, the melon tn tw and ansnnli Ktr l or I'oiitical Announcemtnu. is 1101 wuilll.v me luune. jinrater cemeterv revenue front the Mala school fad, nt f II f Itiwil Ike : fnlee eame Waerv ro Wf. o Trccmct and City OHiccs. .15.00 which i diatrUmtod aoionx the eaun- ater. V H'r "aH ir UKrt r.'iin4 fmm or County Otficcs 10.00 Oil Up Speed Up. Church Notes - 4ii.i rmes on a per capiia nan. Wgl--milKna thus ..-t- iI n a new It or State ami District Offices. .15.00 I ".Vlite-nirin th coal counties popnUiUon .n .,f n all day tiieet.nir w:th dinner on The oil situation in the L'nit- ttit and MjrrJr. .10 or Call, tier line tiplie increaainjr the proportion tkey are --..mi vt..y nnelvltised, rhey Wht nrr twanse Ike skats uC the trruunl that the prusTrani at .10 I'll Stiltl'S is liefOIllillL' sei'iollS. r'nr Cards, tier lino r 111 i mt wtti , WRr they draw from Um Stale school fund. net er iw - Meal. Ws n.4 rtarlfr rdrase rmt rhurth fur or nil publications in the inter- Might keen l lfOur production is far below ,t1h" ('hr,",'' mm,i the nrxt oSunday. but wraith on the tax duplicate does j marry nu TIMr nernHarHie peaW Indteaf U nn J "m t of individual or expres- I " " "er u enow in" w' m- m i.-- tr ctmror. Cn-nHmrAc I. onsunintion and when our re- not multiply so A lountr a.Urch and rthw II. rnl- - rnriwna; to an vmrm wnsrn nopalaUon, th mor weH. In 1 ' e the greater "IMly boconitf exlinu.HU Kn" f b.R .h.le tree.. N,s j kflkeeea veeaa'tl.t 4 naraetee. awl .10 srx't schools are upm tk j f thy lie rt.. W4? w'" have to depend upon Suniiay will not W summer nor wilt i'pen.!ent their the bead aaxea tlwt 05 'bituarics ncr irnV j I kef ean hear year dinner be erved nnder the treet; lute fun.i. BK'h m drawn frnw ag 'he ann Names of New CnQlaml SUtrt. iimnoits or tro without. rttiiw. M rtcnltwral countim and the wl" rnrwvtlctit r an Imtlan w.ml fer year wlfhnnt heeoealng wearv. Ml, EiiKlainl is wise, we are fool-- P Who Tt ''- - ' htW' mainBe! FiKMrri On Cuunllrt. lne l regarde-mranltiK bwg riter: u.ni-ivan i mini in jtsh. bhe is rapidly socuniiK a I and inr hot cotfee to tan lav mmw. ll.rr are 'he (Van res for the last a I'l.wh orlain frnm the Prwetme ith the place Hordes of immigrants are 8lronK f0(ltliold in the oil tiuldM of the hot woathttr. i an Indian I Tbowjhi In Croat Mini!. fiscal year on arhoal funds in the kig nf itaine; .Maasa hnsetts I'arljlr nrrfr nf me Mfe a Hltle wofd loeanllig "Idai-- uf areat Mils j)ourin into this country every of othur countries, and increas-da- y The rettalar Sunday School and coal miainx rognues: iiatalng 'fleam ..f tlm.- - Imk.h twtt elernltr.' N.mr llamtarhire Is I'jigll from all sections of the old ing hur holdings from day to preaching service will be held in th Koeeived From Uicl frtna llamrwhlrf oainiy. Kngtnitd; J4n i .iir.'.) t l wmlew, "I ... .1 i worm, mi. mere seems to tue nodaV- Tavxe "Vert raMnl."nt lift fee nl I. I im h From 9UU wu nro destituto n.orninff at the remtlar hours. At lli'li .f r.Mi 1L o'clock, or idtortly thereafter, dinlook al ud Ike ralOf tlow iBanlii " end to the Boll . . i 4f.u2I.i $ M.7M. 17)' "Cenre t "rreen ni.Miii'aia" Wllhn ref- - nod at I lest uti HttillhMWof apnev. the of oil she will have plenty. dsf' ner will be served and :i social hour I5h.t' lal.ind there I 12.29. IS Hut who are they? " The ni.i There is no earthly reason enjoyed. At about 2 o'clock the af- Floyd Itefk-- Ith Map I w Halwlne; lht Uium & rrakr- - itf nHriil- -r ifi . Harlan U.?7. Are they men and women why thu United States should ternoon ervice will Imin. a it a namwt for Cie Uland nf nhod". laaii la hl mrihl life e 4(171.12, and II opium . 53.1 M.7S for a iinmilneni selller Dtlnir .ml nf tl. .larV ii I tht into lbs) who will become Rood, a" not be developing vast fields hymnn will lie sunn neAhiae . Johnson SM3I.SS Il.MM.l IMMniwtnher lighted liarM!M-- t liatl tor a nwnt'ilit Ithnilea abiding, producing citizens, or of oil lands in other countries. the old ones. Preaching will follow Knox 1 9.42. 7U t only, and then nl acaln into I he nhttk tMl.Sl ' and then the reni;reHlin will be I i,Ulll.S l are many of them malcontents That is, no reason except our I8.778.S0 nhd nnkn.mi. Laurel Fireflies Make Pretty Lloht. for the day. No evening Myriad of Urefllt liovertiMc wor 11.72 LSI Lute her whose chief aim in life is to in- own supine indill'erence and will be held. For MemttrtMp In D. A. It, 13.O07.lW j irenile rliT mi swarm and elinc li- McCreary cite trouble? procrastination. Kvery member of the eonuruuathMl MnMonWrg S3. 405.&R Hint- that the) awiear at usvr time .M.awW the It. A It, MWet ids" K..Sa7.21 been hinted that some - rliiud. again Hte t nn anrwr wtsx fonght in tint lttdli. It has d When machinery lacks oil its it expected to be present with a Ohio IH.757.7 like a lunilHiHiI5.140.sll reut 111 of sparks. rl.al or hail, I lunar) war nr lw wu n iMiabor et basket. All members of the Perry of our consuls abroad are iiotII)Mrt.s become dry. friction is ...1. 152.42 J 1.7 15.81 the w. iler Ike riMln.ilal etMsgeeaa. r Ike ew. break and Hwamand lt overly careful in the issuing of jncn.nscli, jt becomes ovorhuat-passpor- ts Christian Church are moat cordial! I7.U21.&4 of the faliesi luee-- l !l7.ai2. dnft ta lilt Ike greo of any mtr of lkt enltmlsn. pr invited a are all th Inpvhitley l.i.Odll.DS ttteuiM utiUe new vi4; in form, rr "hn nnr idgni r nf tin I "i rlarall 41.118.24 to foreigners desiring !e,( am oies spued, or put out nf fact all friend of the ronaretration. f'.rto, and sparkle ceiilnti. .u"lr aksne indeta mlenre. lw. wtw an 4srk) j()f business. to come to this country. and "the stranger within tk gates"; li .l tii.,11, 52 $2 15.3H.VOK 'lie mui.r Sii niarel.Hia l tlx night In the etabrl)i' . .... I I.......... a.. ..a . : 4 ...1 im u i.h h ttuu jwmwii uiti Th.it is wlnit in s ua. We 'will be more than welcome. iImI it Jwneti ' .n.. .. n l. i l.t rem!erllM !.. "Ih. ee ti. , !. mile llrt1ie drlftliuu I uli that shipping agencies will need oiling up. .1 In any I. iri.nl, . We need' CLUB ' f or . (. I .ill lf the ulirlii .1. "s take about any one with the speed. We need to reach out1 1 lie OOt Ball Uame. f . nt Mr J Its 'M passage price of if their and gather ill some of the oil 'Over th wnodt and thru th For bonus will hold together long fields that are waiting for do- To lh i m it is snch a ptoaanre we lo not know I enough to get abroad ship. MrtMl velopment. before Hnglitnd and I l llll.Ui iUV'IIHIiJ. love it so. What manes There is grave danger that other countries gobble thorn all . -- Central Record f r ha forgotten what hnpen-ti- l the I.esrisliitnrc brat spring when Ui ri"i ntAtivr Dave Howard, of Win ..ford county, did everything n iirtm mull could il to advance hi lull taxing coal ami was nvwr Bide to even yet it oat of Ok committee to wliuh it had Wen ref erred liy the Itcpublican Speaker of the Horn. v''o himself w mrKely interested in i! production of eonl. There w n iur:nn but that the roal bnrtm are ruling to a fail for they have for car evaded their )ut of '.iXiitiun and since the beginning of tio war have rnhked th public of ui licis of million of dollar by fN.r exorbitant price for this ne-When the land Mry commodity. owi.i r df Kentucky get tired of ..ir ,ng the burden of th roal ruun tn - 'ii ii. i.iit ion to their own they r up and hit th- - roal produr n- - hurl and they should hit there hxr i to pay for their past miadnods, hut the relief Mill never come through the Republican party." n mut ke very ,hrt DISTRICTS in-- i ttiavt Ky - The fact that the coal producing comities in Kentucky rr in the dependent rim--. Frankfort. Farm Vood, Dullards Pure Wheat Bran Mixed Feeil, Ground Hurley. ('renin Dairy Feed will maku your tfivo more milk. Horse and Mule Feed. ODNLISK FLOUR Spells Quality. Try a Sack Today. ilrnwinp freton the State treasnry money to snpport their sckooU and ourt in excewi of the amount the) con-- j tribute in taxes, only hulf reveal the extent of tliclr dependence, according Department ofi m the to Matiatie I Kduration. Kveryone of tliem tlrnws frtwi the1 State for tree upptrt of it choolsj more than it centrllmtea to them ftwir timec a nelf. Kloyd dntw much. Knox nearly four times. Hell, Jknon, Letcher. Unrel. MuhlrnlHrjr and Whitley three times. Harlan. Itonkm. Ohio and Perry twice , i Genuine Kanawha Salt Pest for Curing Meat. Lime, Sand, Portland Cement, Rock. - Common and Pressed Prick. much. Parnau i Hudson & 2f. Tlonlirni vt Fly" J Terrill. "Swat . ! . r, ! lH urid w' fraa. i lw -' aw "T "w" i.e. mm .atr m" n te et t i And Christian (.l 'e h rr e' te fa, tJj. '" 1. m- - - rn w )e u-hl- : Old-tim- lt sed ti aa. i.l-- hi 2.l.77 well-Aile- ka . "in-lawa- ." n : 4 I.l n.-lt- -- . . r , WOMAN'S . i'-- I 1 nr ""' vv Outlines Program (i 11 among this great army of immigrants there may be vast numbers who are coming here for the oxprosi purpose of creating trouble whoe secret aim in the overthrow of the governmnnt. The radical lender abroiul would like nothing better than to pour an army of emi&nrici into this country to underminu our otdahlfchud .system of law and ordor. In all likelihood it Us being done oven now. up. Wu need that oil now, from which to make gasoline for our million" of automobile, and truck, and fatm tractor, and for the hundred and one other us to which we put it Ui lime there will be a vastly 1 program committee of the Th We go to see the foot bail gam; Of which naariv all arc tka sam. Woman's Cluk ha arranged a delight Off the offsMstnts wkMrd and fill and nslmetive program for th.-lAinMr montaa, wwch w ar giai Who rah far I K. f., ska caa't k IPStlinh. Wanted. rrmtraat At' greater Itued of it. Sustain The Teacher. people who send their children to school are too ready to pasei judgmi-n- t and ceiieiuro upon the teacher. It frequently happens that a child in list be punished for it.s misconduct. Failure to iullict punishment would destroy all discipline in the school anil exert a demoralizing inlluence over other and better pupils. Hut parents seldom see thu Many- - ta. Ut. Hut tlifl'eronce and '' Mrs. 1. A. Awcai. naHon will not suffice. IW. Mar. Mr We need action, swift awl Our team playa fair and ky U law. Hcmng--. till' frwJ ky our kraH Caau.m llnitxtiaw. jhbt decisive, in ordur tu bund pex. Sta.wi.dy of Lnk. Ml ' othur couiitrios who want AU. (lor team at itrnni; and atnrdy mhm SmtUk. Jan. Uh.-- aa of Jate, Nr. W of this oil. I With a famoaa "hwUlcig Klli t' Oil up and apcetl up. Am Co.M ,2th. ..Th jjrtg, Hm, k. c. th ww.. ", Excctrt tn ftm and aaJy Which was tho Junction City Taarti. w ri tbougm thoy had "pap and procnutl- - Pec aMelfc ! 2nd.-ate- l Cwmttteans at BUf rL r,9 Mfl.-Tls- m. y.t. h '"m , iiij, iu. ii J3H.-liwdy and what if, f. Hndaon. f Matthew. Sindy napkin V"Hk -- ,. ,. aC "'mKA1S I I .HITRF goal-kkkt- r, inonuy, but (hero arc none chat ijive ytm the, plcnhuru ami satisfaction that you can net by purchasing 77ic in ':h rrf , thrutnnm! wavs )ou can um: your I.urillu Notice K) , wnwler tiaities. Jn-- " KttorsM tells u lltat there ure two held at There uilt bv an the Citiiona National Hank, Ijineas-ter- , Wewente llMtt fi. Into the ihih.,(.ii Tuosduy. Frl7d.hlp'. Test -P-til and am January 11th.. 1V2I, for the Hiroe of vlectini; to serve for the ensuing year L. (i. Davidson, Cashier. (It. I There will be an flection lirlil on Jan. 1th., 1021 at the National Hank of liricuitcr from 10 u 12 o'llocl; for the purpose of vIcctiiiK directors to serve for the ensuing year. S. Denny, Cnihitr. 1 a Jan. .dtk.- - Tko (iaaernl KpMb'S, of frit iidtili: nil b umi udimier. Mix Murttwt CitN. With real friendk tie are riiMi're; we Itw. P. T. ' Feb. 1rl. Ijienk out ttluit w thluk uim feel mid Smith. ure hh holiest nn te Hfi Mlieli nlolie. Feb. link. Tko ISulma. Itev. C. II. And ulull ue trill Ime n frlilnl ier ' tallily e feel desre,. ,.f Feb. 17U., The. .Now livitaweiit in lo.,rd her ll.nt li..nld be Mrong etimiKli to make iu .n.rlk Hltle Art ami Literature. .Mm. II. 0. hut. Iiiim'. We slioiild turf .urn fur our tun. friends nearly mi Iiiih Ii m Hub. 2iul. t Opt'ii rioMtion, do If tbey aluny wore Ihutr baln'o-K- a-, "Now Qltlicnhii" the remaifririj: riionie. weeks of the Club Year. I 11 n Utter.. Wxltat CLim T.ilking Machine In the HuaWna. U'otU yW tmi iutTSu.(nr or ouAiiri tan ffjr Prices as a oriL Q $75 to $2500 Deinonitrsled al uur office. Mrs. J. A. AMON, Corner of Public Square, Lexington St. Ml I he Uenti al Kcor(l, Lancister Ky. Thursday. Dec 9, 1920. 1 ivf WE ARE STILL TRIMMING OUK PRICES AND NOT OUR CUSTOMERS BUT LITTLK RENT TO PAY. ti w m Ranges from $30. to $99., Cooks from $20. to $45., Heaters from $10. to $40. Stove pipe, Elbows, Coal hods, Pokers, Shovels, clc cheap. A few Freezers at cost, Wire fence, Wagons iind Harness. y iii V i J. R. MOUNT & CO. V ! TheMZi Deal House. ' L X LA II 'NAT 'a SOMETHING TO IT Wkit Any "imr that IM i Hi ...thini: nt : ( hiropraftte" you uihmi;! of that fn.r tru! will 5 tnciM pT n tftvit.,- TT." hirprtt:e ft tar tkat there ton tun1 I. 'SOMRTinilfi TO 1 s Jtnel nalvi Vree We are overstocked on SUITS and will offer our Suit stock at rediculously low prices. There will be Four Lots of Suits as follows: Lipscomb Lipscomb ' Mr- I! Wrdnoday anil I'riday Central Krmrtl Mnldirif, rvrrv .Miirutay H 10 A M In U 30 A M I.ANCASTI II. KY 29.75 .ft Gossip About j!' K m i c . ' trom J. ( hr ni' rrn nl iHiir. This Includes our enl're slock of Suits and it will pay you to see the remarkable we are offering. Every dty finds us offering wonCcrful values in all woniens apparel 1J ' . uOiEJ 1XBYV.S SEE THEM. Ult.oNi PRin SiuKK UUIC ",l Mtliil'HI A I' , . . l till l J,M' ,4 -nJ 1Ub Rnbinaoa ha returned -- hat to tm daarht.r. Ileary. in Lestmrtoti . RUG not si; of gi Aim Our entire KUG STOCK is being offered at 25 per con; off. :. J ! Mr Wi.ii ley, mnotlli', XlnMICd. Caiftfe C'l tptmt ttanday with I hi-- parent. Ir il Mr. J. 8. Ktnnar i See Our Shoe Specials f mori wl... ... i' ifi iitnl iUi uir'itfi-- . , tirt trip, Han itrrath ap by I tie autiienrr. ri i.i tit: an Mr was n Mr .1.1. ., .- Tu- i- .... :itr intara i . 1 Mt ngti.n Miinc'Hj Uwtj i '.; Map MiB Marv Dm Darwin, a tuli at HataHto'i raMy. Ltnyt. n. hi Mis Christine San be tba mi"' it " ' . ( I Si. " mm ' ! . . M . ... Mux Mr an t Jam Sit. h ian.ll lat ma Uv Morr rvtwrsarf u n altrminirham. mtttt a month hc-- r W 1' 'iH'i.'Imif Mr ni ur IVrrn ..n luy h i rnt- - tl .111 n i Fer Clearing I Ur.nt. oil, Champ, aa Madam Pern-chaa- , ttm r api. an4 IKMay li. WooUard, wha vw.t t hr fttraiahiil Two Mr. Ittrtr RRXT: KOR aa Ilcnriatt. playu4 wall tae r4 Mr. W. aarta of the antaaoMiatit' patrtea wif w.th bath anal liaU. - rlii'-il- l l r f thf arnrW TW (tamitl. .Mr. S. D. Cochran f ian4 thr dutiful Franrn dawrh;r. raniMitwl ! rnlll ?tal vnlna i Mr. and Mr. 6. Bffnkt MiawwNl Cavinutaa. am irati af thitir mother. Mia Ian Ulnjr tjMkr kM 'Vhf paru of rival Miltor" wr wtl KOK SAI.K: New n imwcr ' 'i- tnllv- - itrahH Intn th.! Sa rrrant aw to in Uanvilla frotn a felnjiitfld Wt wfea .Mr. II. A. It Markabary an Pan-vul- takan by Christina Saauara and Mary uli'.l. r.." ir- - mrr K Batirh Miuine. KairVmnKa and Mono h ti. idt.-i.- f mi. Avvnac. au l)aa. in faria. uiatgaUrn'M Mw Anhtm CNnrrw to ringing hw ' ir.ft 'iiii and Ita ftd ctittir. Priced to mIo. ih- - at i ICacardlaaa uf tlu fart that a large W. II. Ilurton. ot rri'in j ii. MaH Mary K4itk. l'unnl.- - I.co ami iprari'i' ilnWwr. M. FWn OniWM hi Dn f the audienco waro unt laatlfr. t maiK l the nrran. villa. ittrtnltiml ncirrcatwa Mr. mi Mi. X F. Fly. ( ItVetv Lary KaWvy Waller wur K0U SALE: One cuod lKiklionr. tu4ui, th play mawd t KiirIc, at ay llatilaV and llnriioiln anil arm TaMy an mm Mr. nnl MiTa awWnaaa PninBaX "apflilft Practically new. Sac iluford Komp Rule. eajyo4 hy all. Hutwafn tkn limt f Mr aatf Mr. J. K Fafcry $md Mr. their aawii an mh ()rhrd strcut I!mh, hciiI M. anntii'il at din- cr, or cull phone No. ?nml acta l.oubo U'vll mmc and lat Sunday. Cnariia Tatilf. Html.' up lhrii ner: 'i'apii, I id. wvaral K ranch mmk. ruliw to d I'.v. and I am iwdne to keep ( waa j Ir. and Mr. Willwm Huraatt. und Mr M nat Mntotaa ad Mt An P fallow: Mr. I.ury Cntvry AmeW, aff Wia am Mandinir lay rewtarvd Hiiinp- thuw alt my l"V I'trt 'Ho Wind tn . x. . rr .pant tba wak-- 4 wttk lira, na Be nt VanasM! aat FrWay in atttartivp 4aHKaiur. Cai .Mho. hu Kagtstorrd Moniivur l'irnakii . . Prnncaa Tront iixcnuiii: iinml. "liii oat f dti- - khirc hoar at 11.00. - ewunty i fatal i.kk wMi Mr? Uo. Caam and bean v Miliar. rtlativa In taf all. Wlun I j nWI,hjr,. uilta far Mile. third ami MHiiaMe I'urrifhoa . . j, r Krancw. CIkiihp for iwvaral 4ay.. Thoy lft Tuc. Hvnr IUi. J. L. CaMraa. .loe Aldrii!j;e. laiy Ci. H'oixlarH artrtv up awl set inarrliil ami ay la Laajaaaan Mr iiin day far IjliUnd. Pin., whvr tary Armand IVrocb, Chritine Sandi'r llttli' rlrl f lay own if I loi mi" j iital ihi- Mr, t aarlM dark Mr fiaorar Iaar4 and Uuht ai't" a tin, nil' the will apaa4 the winter. LOST: HHhitrd Poland China Mary Pv thimal Savary from Uf". Maatrr Uof Jr., of I.eaam&ti, aa a4 Mr. Cark. jrilt. Weight nbaat 20fl pound, h:u La fartear . laaballa Karti ' Mr. Pallia Hat La4Jr. h n . ywaite f her father. .Mr. J ... J. I. Hamilton. tap; in car. Clovar Coleman ' Mr. J. X. " r- - ' Wlftr4 ei th? V.'iraj. turaad from a xtndd trifi in Tnrra Jiunai Duty, n KapU la Marrharda Man- Amu Cwnlan 1'nHI nlmiil !7ll the Vlair-- v llsti- - t It t aava aaaa M gaaata aff 111. aad MMt IUh-i'- . iaf . Chusco. ' Marntiit Vanlh-rorjaatitl frtima. m.- -a. vimr nen the taily inie Mr. K. W. Mrrw. Mr. Jaft Gill The . ny fr.aiHJ f Mr.. Uwcin at L'"tday., lath., a On Nov. LOST: Tit T" occeU of ti ptoy wara lck had ri,,it I met leal. w and blue tpcehled male hound Mack Ksnaajtl. Mr. Ji Walaar, .Mr. and ytad to taaw th.' har tria did her lou diir. Ma, P. Haiiiajp f T)ft. tHOa.. j Kiven to the library fund. ieth. if LexiriKtan F. K U steadily af arced an i that aa aW .!' i ,m vimnl. $16.00 reward if returned to Cam iiiaacp le f Mr. ana Mr. Jj.' Mr. vaMtar Marijabary av ainm Illcralii in ttoiHai. IWiaj iT'Ve'"il li J It. Sparlu. JudsoH, Kentucky. Faaaci hmt wa. tanvitJt l'J.U-'J- t. iho hiI-la- r pd. Sleaan In STy Th" Mr. and Mr. Eia K. F1tear. ol !? Sunday Mr. Joan Lagan vw ontur- Mr. i. F. Half Ka am to ('" ' 'h--- . imp Itrattna at the Gibbs Elmore avar STKAYKI): To my place about hy Mr. and Mr. Will Uar 'men'ed y Itwhuhh ante il:', a aMMttii vacation ami a haaapnla, 'i d., are nrjokimt Virattl tna arrival af a tea bay naw4 hrv foar roaaiaa mat nroaad the Two of Central ''enturky'n old nl IWIi In i' Tt wtw a - liiveuiml the two wccksi hko, a bay horse mule, JBy4 Ar i J 1' PaWy "7I 4v yoani ulil. Owner enn have name fvattvt kuanl fer the drat time finer poaaiar familie will h united that in Latvavtiio haraoad days. .Mr. Jaan I.Hu'nn, Mr. Tharsday aftiinioon at 1 o'clock whan f J' " anverti'iiMf and keep Miaa larrw Xva Stmt, af Trrw at 4tr tht aitaaJmtf ta Hair UmI in llwthUrttf CittMchei. TefrtH ItytoM, Maaira WHI and V. MiM Itliiahuth CIIiImi will lie come the Inc. Charlie Dean, Jlryiintsvillc, Ky. Haata, lWiaaa. who aaa apaat taa :'i,w ili Japjiae wade ae At ! hnde of Mr. J. K. Klmorc. Tlie A. Lear. . idMiia wtta Ma. Jaa IHaawai. axoarta It nuptuiU will he cetclirntiHi at the at- nf hamuli air in bwllitlns ebnrt-beI'ure ftaril-nilurli.. ToUicco Um CaarMa WUMaiaa and arffa, .lito e Ihe ii.'iHn fc rtiiirrlt-ilollM- t hvmt Sun4ay. fer I SJeed for sale -- $2.00 per .uhcb. Yurk, a tractive colonial home of the brfclu' .Mr. Jakm af ciaataa, Ky., ar th jpaate at Mr. L.ilr a a am tciviHR away a buahel ef .eeil corn uf parenta, .Mr. ami Mr. Luther tiibb free-Hi- ii ;ie uh wIm-verl iifferinp Mr W. S. Itaam ami arraavd- - farmer tSarrard boy af "onM and Mr. T. E. Car. I thi waak. a lOMKpto Hi ounce will be wilnoaed by relative ami Mtii: hall! ettetomer that Miaa Ell Mae Moarn wera umirr" m in our midat vuitiiay aid and , seh a rmtan at Tofchi taf thead. Thin com buy four car to Mb 70 0 " . ml the fricmia of the coatraetin: partie. Iwd Hi.' and relainc. lie iited rafter held In ta.1 wk of .Mr and Mr. frti WcfeaMi, kan vmmimjmv irraaa . johB l!ldrW4wdt f iwvillH. 4i. h) oar .rf ibevH btNau hiilr itasa Uusiwl. II. V Kelley, f.im.c uf hu rhilhwod days, "thu Joan Te entire lower floor of the h u ea- l- If new I e'.-Ky.. K. P, I). Na. I. Ilox 17.1. m ead tbU human nataar. Mr. Kmaw laaateaa. lyton farm," the Mown af ha i;rnil-.- . will b thrown toarether and will have Iwir t"e meamired IXR fw UhmT and t. Mw- - J- other, the Tetr-d-l Uiyton da4--i aad lavaly doeoralion of plant, wmibtx WanDr. aad Mr. S. F. Gaaai. af ana a juantit) of white chryan-then:ui- i, M'en hn . n il'iiineier ihi fWer nur away place wf farmer day. " attaaa-.a-i af Mr.., ta. On Iter. tth.. lf2. a Jety cow ...l emiiril niins he a ttraceful alter of palm tliaii :ivmbi TKa lnaaay. ttriwMit warn i fure nlt. i:i nl it mi- - iliiained. atraycl awa 'rant' ivaWt Dr A. S. Frlca. from Grand Aaaanon. u ml fain lighted with Cathedral KMr. awl .Mr. Mujnl 'IVraiir, Mr and Mr. Laciea Saw.,11 and Mm Mar The raw ha a halter an with a strap undle Uiht atranieeil in the .lr;i Mr. aad Ma. Dunlap Blantan and Mr CaarUa Tuttla and .Mr. Taat Karat Caldwell war aacretly marned aad rhildrr a vMMtia Mr. JHaaton't Barn. at Laacaatar on Friday, Nov. 'JAUi.. iMaT room. At the nrl notei f tie KyiXltiJ.tfiitOOl.i'f)i3WCJ'4 around her back keep stick Vetuw.i Iter front lee ta bar from Hick V.. It llouriaHd, paator Ilndal Chora the maid of honor. n. in Mich- -' b the K fathar. Mr, Mr. Jntk Caary ritnd An 'crsan, CampbaU St. ir.'- from of the Christian church. Th an- Mim Mary Mae Walker xouned in Classified Cclimin J l.ancaatar to v i..t hi mother. Mr. nouncement will come a a urmit Lattcastur, Ky black velvet with a black picture hat ti n war j. e Mr ' ourfrr ntartainvii a Bt'i Mclha.r .ii Pari. Mr. Oaoiiy it. r!to th many frioada of tne popi- - and cm try Inn- a huH haiiHUut of f RATUSi h..rfc froia th lar nuaa counle The brtde h) the white chryaaatheaMHaa, will enter and mi .f li.- - fr'rn l I t uradu jiiir'H VANTJU):--alkinun ta sell ii i In n taliiui i'..t . AM fiairtin ,i . .i " 'ti .i i.i' her ataml on the aide of the al- - O arminir aad attractive damthtor of Single iiMcrtioii lc a word ruaraate?.! roef aad htm , aihts to i I' ana H Ho lawowod h the Mr aad Mr. TmitaiM CaUwoll of No ml taken far lea than .'ev toharcu fariiiers oa deal warakue ITh' ceremony will U ha '"dal couple. aad f r aeveral floor.-- ,li. winter. Keep imlaom, in this column. No wW in tht ltev. Harry llu.Uou x t n cottaaetad with tW .SIwb Ihrfan t. nerfarmod by the make Wg proftta. Wtte at once. . 5 column cluirKed. will he beautiful and imKoaa.ve : Mr. K. H iyr Sewell the mm if Made Product Co., Karma, Ky. re- - 'It.e Hri.lc i one of Uncover' hiw Seven itMertiaa for tH Vw.l. f Uanvilk, and h.ild Clifton Ua I . Hariri n. Ky. ' hnrmiim in a hi poaiti.m wllh hc SowtheiK .ii price of live. in lac and em- tnai..i I'U.lway. lie hud n nnrrow oikxip LOST: - From my farm oa While Phone order ma be pai.I a'a i . life but wwek when the arcn j broidery. She will wear a ntylaOi lH'k. two yearling heifer, weight promptly. "UK"-- ' lMuiuet of ;, un an eaaiae kundial and he mi h'" h about four hundred pounds, hud After chryaHthemuin. i!.U.l nbaut the face aad hamU. ' greea paint on the hip. One ha at Ch.it- - i' caiiHratulstlon and belt wishcti for lie ha been la the ul been gone about thirty day, the other i .1 111 It"Kippine me couihc him KOIt SAI.K: CuiAInk tove. .i J tanoowa iace the accidunt but is re-- , about oven day, (toward of $10,011 rte i a itrwt: v .mproved ami will leave for h bridal trip ami on their .MIm Anwnda Amlenan. for delivery of heifer t my place. ' turn home before the lirat af the return will make their Inline with the It Dr. Montgomery, Paint Lick, Ky. year Mr. ami .Mr. Sewell will make bride' (Kireut on Lexington avenue. FOK SAI.K: Two extra nice ', r future home in Danville. Phii The bride I the only daughter of the Uho.le l land lied Uoostcrs. Phone AOKNTS WANTKll: (let into houiie and i a much In veil young I liiiMnesit vilia Mexiini!iir. Watkin 117 predict aell Al. woman, bright, attractive and admir to every farmer. If you own uutu The tuilcnt of llnmiltuii CoIIckc ed by ull who know lur. The groom' FOR HOG KILLING AT Killing time U here ami 1 am or tiKim can wive bend, write today i: were entertained Saturday evening by it the ou of Mr. ami Mr J. W. KIprepared to do your butchering for for inforniiitidn wclire you run get VI ... ..In ill. ...V.a ii,enilioi of tnc senior cl.i of Junior mwiv. ill llil.! rtllk. .11.., I,b .n'umi . m.i, you. Phone UIM. Il.idrn Leave)). territory for .idling product of liirg-i- t .'I iiiim .iij.i.iiii v (!) Cullife. who procntril "Le Voynet' a hott of friends ami highly esteem- institution of kind in world. lie Monsiotir I'crrichon." The play cu ny an. tne weuuing win dc ucau-tif1'OK SAI.K: Two reglntercd Ilig Twenty mllion users. J. It. Watktn.i a jrtvoii in French. ill detail and one of the urial Type Poland China boar. Cunipany, Dept. Ill, Winona, Minn. Franco Trrnt, In the role of Moil vvi'tjts uf the winter. Itrcwcr Layton. T. t rnin cut man i tarda) st KolHtHa. J B. Kinnaini Mr. E was Ua !hta4ay fmni a I'arwn of MIm Maiy Prtwilt. Mrm W R. tl-a- iu har wttay Mfk iw K. Mr. maon. I Mint Jan HaUlvn. Mr Jov Mwnt mm! Rati MiMt taking l'rrciatril 11 iniiinii' ltarnirr (mm rA MurnH Vinpnto ftauw hnv 4Murivr, vuMmm in Danville. Cm, of Mr. V H. Kiev. f I'art.bttrjc. Va., uixi Mr. J M. Htaatntaa. tn t i.ni nlhl 1iiH-oil BUI I ' h.imm rnllfti mi. lh i tbr iuarki'1 ii n- - lamli' tltm lhew iaalriabi. wllh nlmtHl. lwaii r I m '. i..l, II. .1 Iii.iIiiIil- - ". iihii-- . imil mi"! . riMftrr. FOR SAI.K. Chon N'i- - Plymouth rnrk .i74 It Mrs. Ji hn OuKei r"OR SAI.K: - One baay cnrriaK' Mr. R. I). IHaatan. Usiatflon St. (m-v- a - . viit hrc J h-- th-i- i Fn-m-- ! l' le tOO-C. 1 liric hi i Iko Aw. - 8rh ! fi Iatt .,,il. ". iiw-i- r ' ' ndnii.i .'. n- I., I r wii-l)- ll rJ?JT JZZ!?? rZL -' fial 't i . 'J I aarrd i Mir-pria- - ' , i r- !ke cr lr BSdGk I j I I i Red . I I ', 'rr hw-pi- . GROUND SAGE GROUND GINGER vaRiFTY I ! . -, 0 mm ' tf (Ii.'.'.i-4t.pil- .) The Central Record. Lancastei, Ky., Thursday Dec 9, 1920 Stage Is Set For Extra DEVICES REDUCE Session Of Legislature AMOUNTOF WORK Washington. I) C The stage is n!' set (or an ixtr:i session of the Report of lha Condition of The PEOPLES BANK Hank, of 111 One-eleven- ." r TV' this winter. gleaned from u t of leading llepuhlicans, who rlumbers f Congrcs nmi who nre keeping it touch with the State nut mritics in the States tlmt are nor mully Democratic but which nt preslegislature, ent linve Hcpuhtican (iovrrnor Morrow will issue n call f.r nn extraordinary session as soon n Congress passe n hill establishing a unit of apportionment under the census of llJ0. This legislation tn be rushed through Congress n sjon n possible during the coming ) short session The purpose of the extra short es. ion which tiovernor Morrow has ile-- c leil to call will be to reapportion 'he State of Kentucky into Congres-s.onDistricts Kentucky This Information n nl Legislature Joint builneis at the town of Pain I Lick. County if GarrarJ. Stat 1923. Kentucky at Ihe dole of business on 15th. day of Daily Attention to Carpets Tends Greatly to Lighten Periodic Cleaning. REMOVABLE RUGS ARE HANDY t onus nnil Discounts , Overdrafts, secured anil unsecured Stock, Honda uiii) other Securities I .... IIKSOL'IU'KS . ... ISIlMvt.'l Due from Hank Cash on hand Hanking Hons-- . Furniture una i: Ml l.OD ') ) anal PlMMr 3.:D My Work "Let o 111 in.1 but do my work, from day da). field or forest, at the desk or ' loonii I J In roaring market place or trampiil r jon . Let n;e but And it in my heart to say, When vagrant wishes beckon me ' Fifth Avenue NewYork nsttny , "This ''111' cigarettes is my work, my blessing, not my doom; Of nil who live, 1 am the one by whom My work can best be done in the I ..... j right way." Then shall tind it not too great or small. To suit my fancy or to prove my powers; H en shall I cheerfully greet my laboring hours, A 'id cheerfully turn when the long nadows t 5 INSTANTLY You'll have to come a jumpin if you want this fall Now win), nil the for winter. oms In moot house nre wi1 nnd 'iept clean tlinmcliout tlie tear, and In prtng and fall are n upheaval longer ncee:iry. Moniiier, the In creasing iie of returnable rug and nine of tin' new cleaning detltcs limko It much easier to inke the dirt out dot hv da) or week l). week. Not all housekeeper renltte how lotldi the work of keeping things clean tun ! lessened liy choosing tin" rltht things ind tut in In t: them In the right wu Till I not mere)) n matter of lalxir mine dclltos like n rn n in cleaner. Init pnrtl) ii how the hoiie plniined. what fimtl'lilngs nnd fin ihlngs are tied nnd liou the work of earing for them I iirrmil.il Daily Care erf Carpets. For the dull) cure of wixleli or cotton etiriet ami rng, n curj"'! ieper Is ery frtiiiii-- .. It takes up lint lilt course dirt withuilt niNlllg the lut I'or more thonoigti snine other apt ' aiici iihim ue a 'Hue lilAIIII.ITIKS t'apital Stock paid In, In rah Houitkeepere. Surplus Fund I it e Changed conditions lmo Undivided Profits, I ess expenses and tax M drought dinners In hoiio denning Dt posit subject to check . ... IITO.Ot.s. H methods. When homes werv less com- Time Deposits tt'.T7.i pletely henii'd, nnd part of them ere Due Dunks and Trust Companies . . during the cold mouths, spring Hills I'ayuble closed house cleaning was iiecessiir) t set lie cIomhI room ready for ue dur Total DC the wnnu mouths, and full houe leHlilug wns necessary ti prepare the I STAT K OF KBNTl'CKV. COD.VTY OF (lAltltAIti), Set. i Arrangement of Houae, Win Selection of Furnishings and lit of Labor. Saving Contrivance Aatiit Total Sltt.0M0.0D 17,000.1)1) 00D.lt IU.7-i- l J1) trOODOO We. F.. - WOODS and It. II. WOODS, I'roshessitt i.f the alinv e tiumisl Hank, do sstlemnly swKir titut the i ! true to the hot of our knuwlrdge ami belief. mi dkteiier stttamin' .My ' V I'ymmlsaiou Kxpires Jan. II. Itoop. Notnry I'uMic. Stihcrilcd and sworn to before we t7, It'll. tM K. L WOODS, I'resMlent It. fi. WOODS, fishier 'iTtk ilcty af Notensher. U.'t Kporl of lh Condition of The il'tid BANK OF BRYANTSVILLE !tnk, duing luitinvt. at ill. lo.n of Ilryanta.illv, County on ISlh. day of of Kentucky at thr clotr uf hutineit if CarrarJ, Sut No., 1920, $0 KKSOlltCKS l.iKins ami DlM'ount Overdraft, secures! ami UNeour! Slocks, llumls and other Securities Due from Hanks on hand . gil. 1,00 trt I 4. 1! J 1S.MS tf tah 1 ,t7l 4 l.anO 0 1.0110 (Venti'le, and play and luxe and rest know for me my work is inuse 1 Hanking l!oue. Furniture awl FtxturaS Other As.et not ttieludesl uiterer attjr f ntagtc )ini !'1 . 5li7. st" 33i ACRE I FARM i.iAiiii.iTias ( tin si 118,000 M 7 ! a tal Stos--k pind m. in ens!) Ies4 Five utiles from Liticuster. rich laud, house and I!0 acres in jjrass, orchnnl Only 51.200.0(1 down or will Ira le fur other property Terms reasonable. Get busy Junius 1 Funsl r i tided I'rtfUu. Depmlt. V.SttiliH nxpers KCmI Inpo-i- t T ,e ulijet ti ehik Uxet hihl S.OaO H'I,11S.;S l,llSi.- 0, Box 172. J. W. BEASLEY LANCASTER. -. ld.7St1 HZ3 KY. McRODERTS DRUG STORE. ii . STATK OF We. K UNTUCK V. iMIIJ.NTV OF GAKItAltD, Set t.V PRICES IIKOKltlt an.1 J. C. WII.I.1A.MS. 4.t CaJ.. Hank, do solemnly swear Uwt the ah .Vatvirrnt s !( the best uf ur knowledge and belief. 0. C. IIF.CKKK. I'resider, J. C. WILLIAMS. Suscrihesl and sworn t before me th 'JO ilay uf November, Vri) My Commission Kxplres March I. 112 1. J llogan llalliird. Notary I'ublir. c' 'he C above l hi Med rredit "ic - r Vacuum Cltantr Rtmovti Dirt Easily and tha Air la Not Filled With the Correct Attest: W. II. Swop? M. 1'. Swope SMASHED Stock of Dry Goods, Shoes and Clothing Outt. the hni'hes of the carpet wee.T do not go deep enough Into tlie rnri-- t to remise Hue dirt A taeinmi dinner s exi'elleut, Init If that not lit n it Hide, effort "lliillld Im made to tlml nine other thorough hut entnpnriitiel I'kIiic a ilnliiH-rii- i ilillle priH'i-shriMiiii nnd scattering leftner lea leuves, tdts of rumpled, dniiil'liei or olio of the cotiiinerelul sweeping tireparntloiin on the cnr't l'fore swivplng, help to pretelit from Hying. Tliee daiiipened tuaterl nls inill lie iimiI with eniltloii Imw f exer or stains w ill result mi's Wip iu on tlellrately eolonil carpet t n iirM-- with a dampetiiil dotli after sweeping remote more dtiM mid freheiis tin. erH'lSmall nigs ilnnild he elinnnl out of doors. If misii (irefenihly on the dry grn or dry iww 'I hey slnnild he placiil right kide down. In ati n v Uh a tlat Cliret lnter, swept tunieil r llaug.iig over, and swept iigaln a line while they are helng clmmil, or holding lliein hy the eor uerx and slinking them, strnlns them loolly It muy hretik the threads or loosen ie lillidlnvs nlid ishit the eud to nuel Utlng Soap and Water on Rugs. I'nietlcHlly all rug. after thorough Suiting. Ilia) be deiiiieil with "iii and Itilg rugs mil)' tie Wll'ln-- like Wilier any other lunvy material hut th. in n I ho rlnel thoroughly Sometime It Is easier to rlno a heat), wet rug with u ho., tbiin In a tuh, tidier rugs call he plated nil II ladle ami serilldieil with a hroh and mild sisip suits. As encll section Is cleiiuetl. It ulioiltd lie rlne. tliorollglily mid thewater "lliillld he ehatigiil as It hecoincH dlseolorel Hugs waloil hy this tnetliixl are clean, nt they nmy shrink and their lnpe nnd the colors may fade and run. ilrleiital rugs with tery long, thick pile should not he thus cleailtd iinle.s they ran he drliil ipilckly and thoroughly ; If moisture remains In the depth of the pile It mny rot the threads, 1,'nlleil States Department of Agriculture household speclnllstH sug 1 s Noah Marsee. Jr . Director iiealT, P 111 Maama illt Greatly Reduced Our Stock of Shoes CLOTHING AND OTHER GOODS. On Saturday, Oecembar 11th 10 A. M. rng-ote- At 20 Absolute Cost PEROT REDUCTION. We will sell at our home on Judson pike three miles North of Lancaster, our household and kitchen furniture consisting of bedsteads, dressers, tables, chairs, feather bed, some quilts and home-mad- e YOU WANT LOW PRICES-AN- D YOU SHALL HAVE THEM. Our entire stock at the most drastic price reductions ever ottered. Our merchandise into one object is to convert our large stock of high-grad- e quick as possible. cash as We have secured the services of Mr. Tread way during this two weeks sale. We must sell them and we are going to sell them. Don't miss this sale, for you will lose money if you do. EVERYTHING CASH. Sale starts Saturday, December 1 1th., and closes December 24th. blankets, all our dished, 15 cook- ing stove, almost new, and a lot of canned Elberta peaches, quarts of preserves and jam, 20 glasses of jelly. One good family horse, one buggy and one Beat. Logsdon & Co. PAINT LICK, KENTUCKY. Fine X(ihmiIIi iiinttlngs should he awept with u soft brush uud dulel with u dry mop, or If necessary they may he wuihcd with a cloth tightly wrung out of warm water, and wiped dry with another cloth. Alt icraaa aud tilicr floor coverluc ihould bet taken up to remote the dirt which alfta throat la eplta of fraqaest set of good buggy harness. Terms liberal. Janet andLucy Shearer. Capt. Am Bourne, Auctioneer. cleanlaf. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, Dec 9, 1920 W. McCLELLAN liuilt. .Start On Plan. JOHNSTON "The Bungalow Msm" Tells How lie Ihiilds One Kvory Week. ' tn lir full of A" thr hiitika nppi-arfi- l inotwy thr mwrntimi looki-i- l nil rik'ht, nml Johti'ton, Sr.. iimt Jr., ntrroi'il upon tin- - I'litrrprini', Jr , to ilo thf hulhl-inif- . whtlo the Senior Hnnnrtil the Bin'. A si--.' ami iHiihlf rs nil iiini-eniHHytHir avrnil nvrm rmwtantly l.inein MtmMl mrti nrmiml tin- - iiilinf, ' llrrnM man. hnf t'Hln: l humlri'il that tlwy uwulil hnvi im tlioy ilif firut ririiMr MrCWIuM .lehnnttt, wlmr ri. wltjr in Mrtn himI krrt4riK all th 'ih. i a imif otirrntlon an Oh- - Smith S It wn t 'i.i' on, rme uttiwll n much Iworhmin thoy nfwl'l "'d nj knowing 'hat while .luhttatmi. Jr., wn enmilet-- ! thi yrmr. a lrjr rntY. nf mr p(H nnil ilniwtHMa iiikI (tarting trti. ihrfr .urr'v mutt hr lationn. Juhnfton, .Sr., vn vHt-jininn Ki'Pir nf lumlier inort all the whttleaal rtiwiiliM Whn Orovaiy. ,f m humiaoMi1 Imntmlftw cnrti dry land within three week luiil mr Iota or Tn i tim I or iih when ttn-wn k tlu riir. ftrewml him to tnKe In iralH I lie eye In n dnn- the ulltr tnt hM rwntWi'tifi nml tell of mnterhil hmiillnt; tnwnrd Ktwenwnt itdrri nrlii--i W Jl. Carlmrt from Miililletlmro, Arktinmia, Cnlro, .. Hlllltlt tt l ii.. Hirait h AvmoI eetiine mdy ("hlenk'o ami lhxy City (nil Imuirfit lit Heme- h mtMlrtt man, Mr. Jolunton . yfj ii jim nri iiiiih nnd up-inot much to It'll. the loweft Mlile eah price, inMeil there U) artlHHal Italll he ure the 'i rereiviiiK n friendly tip that luiu- fol-i- . Hilt Mitnr ifUioittrilHK rlwltcil the .1 imi )ili. fffrfctly Into the trom tn" me That lie rwinUy mnveil to IIht would iloilhte in price in nlmut nml try im hae ll 10 il)J, they Jriiliuil their rrinllt .ihI (m ih- h tt 4ii" i a to nwihl ! rxirieton frm h uW lnme In ' ' ' ifl flare anil by ihhKhu: port pnynieut In that hi' - a rmil oi-riitmcitrii the mutTtI for lift xho--c tin nr ii n- miir I'inevllle anil UjIc' lwi m rnn. ery flovly for haniUnme IiuiikiiIow lit the then pre avi- taken M time I jili TinTbIm.h na vailing low prirea. Thtit lM fall nil thi' iMinty ami than 'hjhirw iteint m thr ilMrlrt of the IiuIIiIIhk whieh .liiWe. IdirltiK llii. IiHuk oti n The price miner i.MH-nml eHH'h I trikr. he plnnniiJ to Imilil nml eMail-.i- they hiite cnintriictiil line rimnl in art of the t,iinr,-inml ll water i u new home an On South utile of prior from $l.00 to IIMIOO, ihikIi lilElwt. mi In lid oerltn II lm etil ihrmlth lh J.i'XitlKtntl. where hi' heit to nut lli while thy are on the twenty-Afln year. luiiMltiji recently, all of thffw emept laa iaii lhal malnlanwl it al Hn nl take a vuratbtn of at t thai mar 'h and ihw hei.'ln That Hithin tile ftrnt week hi- - iltrv- - four unrtnth,l, are H fii't lilcli. r le,i are ah-tiajern y iunir hiivr primpei live purr enr i n titer t rt 'l that alHii tin- - ii.i.hi orriii' iiihI i,"iht ' Mr Jiilmton nyx he ennnidrr it li to f ii it or tow old tn Irwrn to (tJi y . !, ihi- - wal'-mo-IritoT. ml mi .to keep from armwine; Mate, intlnltely hi'tter in ht milMllvlmon to ' ell n home far a wintl ruth payment Tftt of Pfffftt Hearing. ii I'liiniiiil to IhiiM m few, iMilily There nre m of Imbl whlrti llie with llliirol monthly payment to n vi' Imniimme CaHfornxi tuiiiirnlow nn otmd lie i l!.ettinnt In-CnHena. the liiautiful live yuuni: wire who Instantly cuth ')i' enineit ei. mid there wr anreit naii w tilth the human Ih laiil nut mi thr ronie ii hiMntiT. thnn fur pt TiVW Milmrli t, ji.Mr.Hf If ihi ean henr ealih ! of the rit) Miuth to Home old grouch who may later the er of a IkiI. ny hti Imi. ill ' il tbut flvi (mine hecome ii knocker or wre. mnn n itiM wM-Mr the ase of frt I ,Mi In hour the were jut mmnrw ta l.i i'p him iitwny nt'll '.o ame one who i nut Mantmt llllM nf flM' tall tmo reaiN In h.- n trwulilr huntttivr lirirkhnrrt. inHratMtiiii- - titmelf na in l!emnt it i that I am even now mmi of exrepltnUMlll imI nl uther wnrkmt'ti, nil nf "Ami l II ni mHHT hm )im1 Ittrmtite employment with idanmnt: to do m wrt lu the rotMiiiK Tt' ifiKnk pertim hlah In lm heanl hy vlliratlim lw iiHd 'hir buililertv At thi Juntture hi ynr to the uplmililinc of our hna-utany inr Hmt l not er ditlmti' may atinr t on. Mr I'n Collier JwnnMeii. jutt fill city. HtiiHo ii lltll uiMiittlod; thnt i the out ii f "litre, InUi'd in with thr o.ni Tcdleayro a to time tu lt tedy in the lintit, urr"tin that it weulil be We iMidi r'alel I. .i.i-"ii'$&UU l them "twiHHlltlieii nml when the kink derlarvd i& bwniillowa at t.uM an.t ' Hed lv iinahle to llnoaie iMMliiiw; en jto ilealKMile roti' imr) limn to bull. I hIj- live beiweeii twn Hi i Irrpr i and alt other hullder in wli.-- llieri- U I U j. MHi profit earn. 4 had lieeti In di. ,..wn i fairil their operation, I direct- dlffereme nml l iiH".-til-ln'liil t him ouM hr iloni', applied I' I "i t n air tight thereafter la) two keel pMle iiht trlH- hrn hi' culil har hi l flu nl"i iieti ,i Whell l a wiek instead of one and that hi mm ie In rfamxatiuri. f ri. for the next tl" old lm;li lull IndtllCiltto Hi. e .' ih the thr rn.in.l up. niol that . I'.nued tn ii farmer lakin n . r mnrkrt utt att riulHr pnti' wn k huil i.iij: two inue a week ill pis Koiiitf u Itti 'lie '.imier or the ' ' ri" ' .K4iou j t nuri their tea i f "lie an. i the) are al! fanner cnlne with the pie Tin- - Wlrn I a ! i i'Ul'1 In' nd f..r .'i f.iu aid nutif.ct h'i , Mejice mtnitiK r . thi' iffntlt ''! thr Imu'. nirwi-r-r i'tM,n'itc ft ri"iu have no fenm aa to the future in We will jret our fect on I l.exinirton. aolhl enrtli within n yea- r- many of j ua hnve hcen on n drunken money-- , MH'tiilltiK ilelmuch, nil r heniU in the nkle nnd our feet in thr mr, nml we neeileil ,t little Jnrrtntr tn lirlm; li to our iienin arn1 l( for oni', think I hnvr( a lurid Interval nml tlmt ik why I have planned to Imild All huninilowa in IViM a. aKHimt a.", in IH2fl." -- - Chlckcm With I'h'hMtt. - ,,mt,d HMt Two 1'rviiih ion! of ilw ehi thnt in anal iMni Hie etidttlr) Imve dl-rut, n Min h- - '."t h'r niuottoT iihhhm iwttltry n . IHl..-mii- Live Stock News SELECTING BEST BEEF CALF Anlmil Mutt Hjv Proptr Conform tlon, Drtcd Type 'nd Good Ctn-er- l Appearance. II I I (!) i r LOOK I!) (!) '. :'S2:'S32'!'S2':'SS-JIT- a OUT ! cik;!-mous to 'he lnef calf aelerfetl fur dieli.p - rni ItU liiiu Iwdli idimi fur hvth' r mwt In- a koI Kei ihwfnlMlll nf ffnod aiHenr In biHmI Mm i ji.ii nre ellher H'l,- - i uilf fnr a lie hi Imll or fur n tmn. ' It, Hi lirieitlne iiw i To IhI a ilf It mop hate the pni e eln--i- prnlii.il. It pnrM..i ealf aa well a He 11 iiM'ful, form, whli Ii l .. I -- nHi tlni- i- .ki n ill"! "ory "Ijim'' nr "eitHfnrmalhiii." to Heet a If jou i' 1 , . !,, Ijin-rnitr- - r - - - - VeiM-iHi- - with tliee mi' ou ahould f iniillar with them. Stud) pir IHM - if fawiiH. hii)hihI; hnle their fonn. A mrd nf the hreed Jon re l ....I Iniefcvliil In wiaild he fw4 l.iarn the illffeieiil part of I iteef iiinml ami the iwiIhhI nf exniii mtlini III Jielrlmc them In elAtlim the alf tlr.i 'h-iif ii general ain- - arame '11' ton mat ilo Ii) i.iklic at It frnm .li'lanie of from III In l.'i feet i.'. ervliia: ii welvhi or irrowth inc ! ni'. innfof maltoM. iuallH. m illtlnfi hw. Ineiil Hmi. mill ueii'TM .' ntltlttl lllerte It etn el .i il nine al Ihe head and mi k. ihen fnre Our big Closing Out Sata 1 I I will begin January lst.1921 1 ! v Everything in our stuck must io (!) ritulremetiti, Bi&reductionsiln every If nr. Our sale i) II- (!) v -- I 1 bills wili;be out in a few days. Make your preparations to attend this sale forjve: nuanlbusincts.hnd it Is up to you to take advantage of our low prices. Everything will be sold for cash. Nothing will be taken out on trial, rrd (!) i' 'or-iim- order -- r . IhiIj. iint hii'ihiiarier 'i n- If n '"ill l tfl. P HnilM iml tmte tin aiinrli. .f u hfdfiT nr a ilivr. Imi tla irom: w i iron, inaxiililii' f n hull In n-- rj If a heifer - ele'ted iletnll inarti-ii iiinil . ni('i-arHt- , hi' nii In l i - IBf" than 'tie lHWhl hnve of i Kn.il ( ii if fitnlnltie ni'H iir hrinllm; en ll I lilt or nillk'h .ldi Hi,- i lie nti II. er Mnd I I Becker!! & Ballard PHONE ft i fit we will not fillji ny,ph( nefoius unless you send the cash by the person whom you expect to bring your order. Watch for our sale bills. 27. BRYANTSVILLE, KENTUCKY frt n TIim i-ilk cwr-.r!it- rr , l"-i- , i ir , irt" frntn the fitnil it fare Inr.- - miiiiI. hnrt mi k .it'll a wlile n i eliet ii utmii tiif'irmio .'iiiitlliillnn When I'H'.i-- l n' 'i.iin ti,. ii Imik i linnl.l In- tr, ' i.,) frmu lop ,. i,. MtmiiM of h" 1. r, i ih-m. Ilili tntir hand artltn wiihmit put one thnt When tlewed hate h lmrt wide forehead, etiH-- t !'"' ' r!-:- . Kitl re-ri- 'i . - - Phcteorar Car Powder. .iiiii Mr iwtimi iiii- - fn I It i .1 1 . ithlxi t'lrU nut tn n nt Ii mM it. mini mill nnitin-i- l Ik fnri litixina idclr Iih , ilslli ul ,'t, I.J HM'jIlll pnmliT ilifii , .I IIU I'llHlIlT llll Ilifii nf mi :nlJiiinM.' pint: ''iiiii I.,- - rui-iliTi- llintnLTH. llii' fctitiiri'- - .in, Mill. ;i' f (!.lirlll ll iii i' ,i.i it ic.it llll.,' "Ill,,'- - iit. In di- - lu'i.r'l h Initi.iin .4it Itm -- iri'lmi. " hi- nml ll,,- - r rl whn Iiiti' i ilt i iirli"i ' i" i. n nfi, r Hi,- - Iit limn .. tin-fli,, i iiUi nl ti'intiiHlIwi tn IMIII'I llf llll' Ulil.'l,. (,, . nm Iiit I, .lln; . ir . .,. nllllll l, III ilnli will lm,i flit HUM .f Mill ulili' to ii. nr ii ii far Ih'IIit ri'mllly ' lilmiiiirriiii'' tt lll'll 'I nit ll Swiii' Silence Thiit wtir Trnf.f llltll ll ri't nniiM-itlin- cun-'flnt- di ! r, Lj Note the Beef Conformation and Excellent Dreed Ch.iracteritiCt Shown In This Heifer f Cut Your Butter Bills FARMERS .Ship jour rrrani lu it iffltr)- - and utr NIJ-r- o i nt homi- tt r.r uitv.inUKm In i NUCOA The Original Nut Butter l Tlirrr h i ' tit time anil elTiirt nf ing will ilrllKht roil. ! WEi DEUIEB i'Ux.S M GOODS ! J o' Dttirbale Type cnriMnuu In iinMrurtirit milk th fnill In .1 ilium nnil ilHIrlnun iml l.utl'r in thr family In rl.i'l In ' lh.it enmr rrri'tir In llilr OilMrrti lm ll llriiwn ui'ii-lllln- Sl'IHt rlinmnt from th mt t th? l.ta Ynu fi.t.imakMajiy bultrrmakliu; f.imi-,bi arr nniflt In Ihtu manner. Why nut you' NUCOA r Ihu. Orram trliut NT IMA prlrra. n. prrftr It NUCOA lt liliiiiiiirti't NOTE THE EXTRA ORDINARY BARGAIN BELOW. $13.25 $16.25 $17.25 .$18.25 $21.75 $34.50 $39.60 $46.00 $20.00 $27.00 $33.00 $35.00 $25.00 $27.00 $45.00 $53.00 $50.00 $26.75 . $28.25 5 ri'iir .i i lieu "iiniilil pn-i'- iil , ru Ulili.- - .i i W li',i :i frwii tin nli'. ilii-- Nt'OIV rich, l ilt Irr-llk- r NUTK If la unrirrtlnl for iiiklnc .nu ml Meats Every Butter Requirement r itr.r. Plain Tread V. S. Fabric C'asinir ;(:;, 1 iain Treat! V. S. Fabric Casing ixoi t'scci Tread V. S. Fabric Casing ixM Chain Tread U. S. Fabric Casing I.Ux.'U Nubby Tread U. Fabric Casing ... A'AkA Chain Tread l S. Fabric Casing .... .Uxl Nobby Tread U. S. Fabric Casing S'lxA V. S. Royal Cord Casing HOxSi Kant Slip Tread Kelley Casings ... lX' Kant Slip Tread Kelley Casings .Tix-Gordon Channel Tread Casings A iX'l Cordon Channel Tread Casing oUx.'U Lee Puncture Proof Rib Tread Casing .'iOx.'U Lee Puncture Proof, Zig-Za- g Tread Casing . . :2x l Lee Cord Zig-Za- g Tread Casing ;;:x-Lee Cord Zig-Za- g Tread Casing :Mxl Lee Cord Rib Tread Casing .Jlx-- Loo Fabric Zig-Za- g Tread Casing Tread Casing 'I2xl Lee Fabric Zig-Za- g oUx'l Leo Fabric Zig-Za- g Tread Casing 1 1 nli riiii;lin' iiImiiii tin' iii'i wii iniiil vliiinl.li r- - nml tin' lil or lim ki Tin rm Iiit linrl. tiwt. mill liiiiill i't Willi, .iimrt A mlf t lint tiiiiil Ii l:Ii fnun tlic tfriHiiiil. rut iii In tin Hunk nml h,illnw in tin' In'iirt Lirtli - uf ii'M'IiiiIiik lino little i liiimiim,. ii ' ur 'fi inillMlli lini'illni: iiiii mil After "ii Inn.- - ftmiiil u i;ilf with hiiIih ii'iriii mill Ii ulillli n it -- liniilil not In' uu . Krrp or lutklnc Sti U) In Itir ymr ILwnr ilnan In ll.i-- Iajii mt In t.ith wlntrr itnd fuin-ln- rr uur tnmr hi'n'l NtTOA ..nil u Ma nim unit wr'll In lu 1 American Butter & Cheese Co. j 133 E. .i'i Jafftraon St. LOUISVILLE, NY. KimhI liuM It liilli'N mi I'lurnl uiM'iirHln'. Im,' niiu-in- ' xi ttmi miii iiiii put )nur It Tin llii' li'lrnnltii' wliiit nn- - inlliil "inmliiwi nml iiiiilit " t'tiinlltliiii ituMiit tin tli-o- lirt u.i tn .$29.00 nml fin tin mil" l,n iiiiiwint of Si d'' t ii i.ilf In coihI Kniwliii: itihIi tlwi Imt nut tiinli'ly fnt. Tin lui f mlf fur liniillni: pun"'" "liwilil li.ui' uri':it ili'l'lli nf luitlirnl lli"Hi :niil fri-i- ' nr oi.iri-iiiin I frnm rwuliiu' ny It)- riituilni: tin iiii '"'"I iilwn: tin' Imrk iiml lili wlili a "HkIiI liri'i'Miri' "f tin- - lliik'i'r tlm tin- - iilimilllt mul ) tin I it of rwulltliin limy In' A i'ii If In irnMT irnnilni: romlitliiii. wlilli nm MisMtnc Hi' iliHli nf lli'ili nf ii uiMliiri' iiniiunl. Ilillllll IlIHi' It ItlMttl. I'l'll lllMTilU- nf fir in iliouitli imt banl Holi ntwiL' it Imrk mul lili' mul miT llu luitMi'r. lit.'Kiiiniiin at oiil o'clock I'. M at Paint Lick, I will olFt'r at iniillty nmy iletrrinllitil Ii) tlw house, known as creamery properi'ji nf tin" i'MhtIi'IiiiiI Jinlili'. twt Hie iPtililic auction one iniiil limy iiImi lie ii.h in ihImiiiIiil-i'- . ty: an old mid one of the best established millinery stands in A U the fnlliiwlnu Imllnite iiiiillly: tliii I'nut uf Imlr Hint fii'N Mift nml the county, can easily clear from $1,200 to $1,500 per year on ilky nml liMikf kIii.v : n Iimim, pllnlile kin I lint ilin"i imt m'i'Iii tlili'k, rwisli, nillinery and room rent, there Ihmiik four distinct parts, four nr ilclitl) utri'lrliiil ni'r the limly: A Komi well, hijr lot anil nut nither ithnrt lee tint I npin'iir to j looms each, for litrht housekeeping. e -- iri'iii:. liinii Imiih"! w IiIiiiiii iranlen, ootl harn, KnniKf, and work shop combined. nr i ii.iri'iie". mil' ;hn" .iilf .IhiuIiik iiirl) nmliirliy, n We will also include one lot of winter hats; one ..I i.n. I Ii) I lie ti'tnli'liry tn pill mi nf rntluT Unit tleli. lot of millinery lixtures; one larjro wardrobe; one clock; one ii i in interim: - fill w SatHrtlay, l(i-roo- m December 18th lare ' We take this nu'thtxl to reduco our utook of cnsinK which is very lnrjjo at tiiis tinit', anil in so doiiiK ollVr you tho vory ht'.st standard hraiitl, absoluti'ly first class casings at prices that surely demand your consideration. Note you can re'ire your Ford Car with Lee Puncture Proof for $100.00. These tires hear the fiOOO mile Ktiarantee without a iimc!ure, or $1,00 tfiven to you by us i" ctse of a iiunittire. Huy tires now, you are sure to need them, think of the sa' inj:. All above casings advertised are now in stock. Paint Lick Oarage Phone 23 PAINT LICK, KY. saw outfit and one lot baled rye. Will sell at the same time another house of ,'t rooms, Kod well, small barn and I t acres of land, located on Walnutta COMMON SHEEP SCAB CAUSES s pike opposite the Francis place, about mile from Ailment May 0 OlffcrcntlaUd From 1'aint Lick and about one mile of the hijih school buildin. Peitlftr-ou- t lirklliC three-fourth- ' nun liliiie iMid i'f llie illfTenilt hriiiN, xlili-will leuni fmiii further wi Itlily iif the hreeil n'let'leil. !elrnMe tank; one lot canned fruit; t'nlnr I nf llllle liiimrtiiiiri' no Iwii: larja' coal heater; one , 'he mlf ,'li'i'ti'il liim Hie iiI'ITiimhI ! iif tl" lireeil ileilriil. Tliere lire. one lot fanning implements; one Knsoline engine; one planing noO-Kall- 'Tier. t Miiiiliir Conditions Cauied by Tick or Lie. t'niiiiiiwt ilii'i'i Httih limy lie illfferen. tlutii! f rem euinlltlnn. cuuaetl tiy ollu-imrni'lles Uli h ut alieep tick. I'liliillliui tli'kH mul I lev !)' llmlliiK H'i I'urn.lle If thr 503 E. MAIN STREET . ml 1) Hie nature uf the lealun. ItiiiliiK Ii rnUMil hy tlckk mi C'ol. Jesse Cobb, Auctioneer. r 1 exum-Inniln- V. F. PARKS RICHMOND, KY. will ri-a-l the ticks. Th Central Record, Lancastei , Ky.. Thursday Dec 9, 920 I Old Reliable a v c o ii i i & ii 4 min mica ii 7" so auNd i a u ft 1 It u 9 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 B. IT ISN'T FAIR THAT'S ALL! To Your Family-T- o Your Friends-T- o Yourself-Goi- ng L. per barrel. KELLEY & LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. ing Mr W rt Around Half Sick. TAKE CARE OF YOUR HEALTH If Your Blood l W..W And Clogl'd Mr. O. A. Montgomery sold to Mr, The figures from Frankfort showJ ami', of Jessamine hi. farm, price ing the dependence of heavy about $1100. counties upon their neighbors Quite a number of hunter? from for funds to defray their county ex- ililferent places were in this locality Jpenses put squarely up to the State Thanksgiving. Tjiy Cinitniiun a- - iiurstion which Mr. and Mrs. Vanderpool nml I th( ,,,,.. houhl not twrmittrtl to daughter, Miss Hattie, of Kokomo nrt" ,oll.t. visiting here and looking for location. Kl.ntuck. is ,)ru, of the develop-Mr- . Hud Clark moved last week to!I1K.nt 0f those great industrial era-th- e tenant house just erected by Mr. Ip,re, (t j thrilled over the millions Thos. Montgomery on his farm near0f dollars poured into vast develop bere. n,vM enterprises; It is elated that Mr. and Mr. Hnrrison Dean and prodigious stores of wealth are dug children spent Sunday with Mr. Den from the earth and converted into g -- What's The Aniwer? With l'oiton, PcptoManan d Will Strengthen and Purify It. day after When you get over-tireday, your system ha to get rid of no much waste it can't create new energy fast enough. The retult is that your blood U filled with watte matter. You are trying It becomes closed. to get around with u lot of poison in your nyatciii. poorly. You look bad, you feel AmYou get out of patience easily. bition it lost. You Just don't care about anything. That U no way to live. Your blood needs help for u time. It i starved. You will find help in that tine tonic. Pcpto-MangaPepto-Mungun fies tin; blood and fills It with In a little wjiile you'll have puscles. plenty of rich, red blood ami you will not know yourself. It Isn't a magic medicine. It contains iron and other ingredients that feed starved blood mid make it rich and red. Physician for have prescribed Pepto-Munga- purired cor- years. Pcpto-Mmignn is sold in liquid and ' tablet form. Take either kind you prefer. One act the same as the other. Iloth contain the same ingredient, but be aure to get the genuine n "Guile." The full " should name "dude's lo on the package Advertisement. Pepto-MangaPepto-Mangan,- ville. It is not in unfriendliness that the Mrs. II .1!. Montgomery and little! taxpayers of other counties look in daughter, lona were with her mother, j their direction nnd inquire why. with Mr. Mary A. Sanders Saturday and all their industrial activity and riches. to play their fair part "'" '"l,,l Sunday. the Commonwealth' life by not m. .'....i'm. . t'V llllll r.J.uit t.. ii III The question cer P "'K their way. i c t tainly cannot tmharrass the coal with his ville spent Thanksgiving dtasant opiia.nrs. They know well it is no Kveryone left wishing Mrs. Shear mother, .Mrs. K. F. Scott. question; that it is not ani"catch" Th little son of Mr Kufus Sams mated by hostility or by any other many more such birthdays. Mr. Arfell from the at Mr. and Mr. James Foster enter an interest in a just apmotite thur Montgomery Sunday afternoon plication of tb State' taxes. The tnine.1 at dinmr Sunday Mr. and Mr km! injured In, arm real bad. . ( question is not raised by Louisville J. D. P.ay. Mr and Mr. Win Hay, ItMarshall Kay, Mr and Mr. and Mre. F.ugcne Clark and tit- or in behalf of Louisville. It i ask- Mi tle daughter, of Hoyle were with Mr. ed .ii the name of the entire State, .Mrs. lliulcy Hay, Mrs. Fred Snyder, ;uih.ill 1. ay burn ant and Mrs. F. V. .Montgomery Sunday. . . the Mliiiiiii Uiver to the Dig Mr u nu 'r They were accompanied home by Miss Pnnjy.,., name of Simpionville, Mr Jess.e k.i ' urn Mary Francis Montgomery. lliardstHwn and Wiekliire; Muyfield Mr. and Mrs. W. I.. Grow enter Franklin and Covington, The question is one that should be tained at a Thanksgiving dinner Mr. For and Mrs. W. N. tlrow, of Pleasant presed upon James A. Scott, Itamcy 11.11, Mrs. J. A Clark and Jen- - VilU and l.em Davis, members of the It is their nie and Christine linger, of Danville. State Tax Commission. administer the tax law ; to ell- Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Ceotrhal I '" equaluation; to watch vlgjlunt 'uid buliy, Klmorc Delene and Mr. I . They l.dna Lythe returned to their home ly the county assessment. j in Ind., after being with are permitting burden to fall upon Mrrion. their parents, Mr. and Mrs. I.andnini 'thvr tountiea in hthalf of countun ! nie Scott and family near Nicholas-- 1 ' powrc and into millions of dollars, mlJ' .. Indianapolis, Ind , are the guest, of HKYANTSVILLE her sister. Mrs Sam Montgomery Crimes bought a com Mrs II C Itose and little mm, Miss Madge Isaac spent the week-enfrom I. W. Smith, price 1 00.00 James Lear. Mrs J. Ilogan llallard with rclntiw-s- . fc Miss Virginia Kay returned from Mr. 11. II. Hnlcomb spent Sunday and Mux ZilUh Dawes spent Friday pleusanl visit with friends in Danville in Islington. with relatives In llurgin Sunday Mr. ami Mrs. Win. Simpson spent .Mrs. K. II. Klder is the guest of her j Mrs. Ch. F lUnkin simI little von .Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. I.. I. Mat! . . l Li.. til daughter, Mrs. J. ilogan llallard. thews. riming;, ieui me week-en' Mrs. C C. llecker spent Thursday with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Hen .Mrs. Sim Chirk were the Mr. nnd guest Sunday of Mr and Mrs. (leu. with her sister, Mrs. Kin Moss, of llamm, of Somerset. Nicholusville. Naylor. I Mr. and Mrs. J Ilogan llallard (Mrs. K. II. Ilsllard and Miss Mayme Mrs. Marshall (iucrrnnt, of Master J. T. and Cecil Walker wer has been the guest of her niece. Itatlnrd were Sunday guest of Mr. the guest Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Ilogan llallard. and .Mm. S T Woidfulk. of Uxing-'tan- . James Hicks. Mr. and Mrs. Willinm Sherrow, of Mr. and Mrs. James Thomas spent one night recently with her parents, j Richmond, Ind., are the guests of Mrs. Ilhodle Wylie and family have menus ami relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Sim Clark. moved to their home recently purchased from Mr. .Mcrshon. Mr. Joe Ilutiheson and family .Mrs. Nannie Ituy entertained a few We regret to give Mm Mention up but u number of friends and of her friends Thursday in honor of welcome Mm Wylie and family Into at dinner Sunday. her iitith. birthday. A happy day was our midst. spent Mr. W. J. Uroaddus and Mr. !,uui. Mr ami Mrs. Tom Naylor enter W Uroaddus were in Lancaster Sat And still, we are not ready to d tainer a few of their friendi at din urday afternoon on business. nut that all men are evil minded ner Sunday in honor of her daughter's Mrs. Ler Merlu,n and baby, i f Some hate no minds at all birthday. A day was spent M s milk-hous- e , - tt. Useful Gifts? YES INDEED Up-TcDH- tc Mhs . ... MT. H HURON Delayed tick for tome time remain quite tick. Mr. Jno Mayfitdd of Cincinnati was with relative here the later part of the week. Mr. tid Grow bought of Dr. Itose and Mr. tanam some corn at $3.85 Mr. I.obcrt Preston who has been ubuiidantly able not only to defray their expenses but to pour a surplu We can imagine no sadder spec- into the State treasury and aid in tacle than to see a man giving up the reducing the tax rates of the State Why so singular un indillerencv presidency and standing in u rain toward the obligations of the great sturm to do it. coal fields? Gentlemen of the State Tax Commission, Kentuckiun generally turn toward you fur an explanation! Courier Journal. BACKllurdett. . Plumbing', Heating, Guttering, Roofing, Repairing, and nil hinds of SKK OR VIIONK WE HAVE THEM yet not without that little touch or sentiment, so desirable In Yuletide offering. Wc have the verv thlnfl you're seeking. You want to rfive "something useful," ECZEMAS) Uilt In lh Otfsunrat ttl M inn, Ttiui. MiKiwoa, Itch, rir ma-d- Tin Work List. NMI7 )lloutnuIMItUllunl'lNl Something for every one on your Gift Come in any time and look-aroun- Dvm'l Wows dlsfuursnt tAtti cj'atmrtili r.ikrj. Ilunl's &Im ka rtUvU i nUtl wik cM. Yssicsal our afaasjr CshmIh. Try Ii si mi tisfe TODAY JUDSON Delayed Mr. Henry Grime ill. Mrs. I P, slowly Improv B, III! I Wnllast Bk continues qultu 1 l.incasler, Ky. Quick Service and Cood Work Stormes Drug Store. STOHMKS DRUG STOKE W. Smith The Contral Record, Lancastci . Ky.. Thursday Dec 9, I 920 II Gash MANUFACTUR ER'S Raising Phonograph Sale GUARANTEED SAVING OF 50 Per Cent. Thousands of Phonographs have been made up for the largest Wholesale Dealers, b America's best Phonograph Manufacturers. The money stringency makes it impossible for the wholesaler to accept these machines at this time. To raise immediate cash, it is necessary for the Manufacturers to find other ways for quick disposal of these machines and consequently thej have decided to sell direct to the user at prices which will surely interest everybody. With this object in view, a limited quantity of these Phonographs have been alloted to us to ell at prices lower than usual wholesale Dealer's cost. ft Guaranteed Phonograph at 50c on the $ For Kxample A high grade size Phonograph usually sold for $1:10.00 is offered during this n'iIi for $78.75. Plays All Records NOW IS YOUR CHANCE. THESE MACHINES I1N WILL GO FAST. COME and hear these wonderful Phonographs. Hurry! Hurry! Hurry! TODAY This is a beautiful - inches tun. ftnishurf in r.inhof-.t.i- y model I'iano xllo.i d. Kvery Phonograph in this sale is guaranteed by the manufacturer against defective material and workmanship. These Phonographs will play all makes of records. Come in immediately enk. Will play nil makes of records and is fully jruaran-leeprice. An extreme vahso at our YOU WILL MARVEL AT THE PRICES Get First Selection. Quantity Is Limited. Regular Price $150.00 MANUFACTURERS' CASH RAISING SALE PRICE. McRoberts Drugstore Lancaster. Kentucky. .1. $78.75 1 j , DOGS IN BELL PAY MORE TAX THAN COAL. Remarkable Condition 0 ,.r. children. Doolin I.anr.ntir Saturday evening afttr a '! HutTfimii nr.. Those hundreds of thousands of who are pouring into this c.ve a "Joint Itic till" at the eel Mr. ami Mr. Nathan Simpon, of lleliiyrd n e of Ms Dot the afternoon of1 Madison spent Thanksgiving with Mr country know a good thing when they Master Howard Teater wus a 1ki purrhiued n new sec it. So do our undertakers. isth M:mi Doty wi!l receive a tor 0j .ir am jjn.. Hugh Moberley aid Mrs. Alex Killion. Mr J It ItuK-fi r 'he completion of "Jnd. Saturday night. Cur Mr. ami Mrs. Henry Tuttlo and A fellow- - hereabouts proudly bo.iF.ts -ma-- . hen.nt.es grade., curse Mfcs Daysie llunnells spent Saturday that he goes to bed with the chickens Mr !im Mn K,JnH MfMjinn Mae I ton 11 viitinc nlttfvp- j fade of Mi j ' MtM Sadie Doolin a certificate i Al flf Mf nn(, Mf wor. in luincaster with relatives. uf Mtuay ttnd I.e'xitiKton. gets up with the birds. Hut we, i and for finishing a primary course. ,,(.rt nU,y Sunilny. Mir-- - IVarl Cummins has returned however, prefer a different bedfellow. Is MttM Kmily llourne of Went Ijin-rte- r !n lilt ru-- l PmIuii County by Mr. A Inrg. tobacco barn owned Mr .u(, Mr Jot. ,.lyt Mo,m ,,mk home after a visit to Miss Lottie and with Miss H(nt the ucek-etli- l Told lly Hob Cr- oB C McWhorter went up in (lames. The high price of IuiiiIkt has pro I CMUm nl.y wrtor, , Grace Long, near McCrenry. Aljvr Sutton. duced at least one lienilici.il result. Saturday morning. Jno Upton, a , ,0Xjn(!Ul Moro!By. i('c.uner-Ji,unMr. and Mrs. Ollie Graham and) I'eople MIm Siiie Holem. of Crnb no longer carry chip, on their lost his farming 'etuint on the ,farm , of til ey lost a valuable baby, William Milton , were visitors shoulders. . ., . jk of IW.. O.unty. tho home l n vwituiK Mt Dinn hi ..,CTIHI l. tlllf. Ill operator by getting Sunday of Mesiinmes Milton and C H. f F llum.r. burned. of tcltacco when the born f lt,l"v Henry. HoncMy. of course, is the best poli one of its legt broken. of the Ho and It U supH(e. tluit the lire originat The MUe Ourtu nnd Howard yMdilMT "ar In -ill cy, but it is not always the most pro- Mr. and Mrs. Hunter Davis and titMrs. Jim Day of the I'leasant at ,tU-'., nt Buckeye Sun-- , eil from the flue in the stripping room were viaitort week-en' with vicinity spent Wednesday with her. ti table. 1 tie HM Xhtm are the many neh day afternon. Mr. Upton's loss wn not complete tle daughter spent the as he had ttn inumnce of $1,100. Mr. and Mrs. It. '.. 1'rico, near l.owel. daughter. Mrs. Tom Doolin and Mr. No, we decline to take a straw vote Mewn ()mr and l.euix Clnunch. runty. Mis. I.ucy Long returned to her Doolin. as v.ho is the most charming young" of Sowerret have returned from a recently a" tmewt TUm Mr. an.l Mr. Wm. Kmor nnd lit- lady m th - community homo near Kirksville Saturday after They are all vitit to M"' (Mn Dunlin. S'l by JUhort T. Crowe. MUmag. farma weeks visit with her sister, Mr. tle daughter, Huth. of Lnneator were entitled to first prues. t V C'. Mit N'rl'tm. who Hr been vtitint; Hmtv. and uutiwr f er Ilirttm bind. Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. T. hn nturnml to " fHvHrfft m Ml coal l ,.f i Mr. Irvin Simpon and daughter. Yantis. Hoprosenta-two- s renelHde h vi.it to the Mlwiet ruml in th.- House of Mum Thelnia, motored to Itichmond Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Sutton were the NERVOUS, n rattec la Saturday to see Mr. Dock Simpson, Sunday guut of Mr .and Mrs. John WEAK, t,,w Mr. Tray llH(jKr. of l.exinton f ih legtsJnuirc and "Wen who is very ill. Sutton and sistir. Ml Fannie, of the :vv- .' Jl ..V ntvtd mt the rommunity to .in tk Restate ALL RUN-DOW- N and Crab Orchard rend. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Howard I ..- ' .v . advocate f ,u"-- . run the jjariiKe fur hi uncle, Mr. Kyle iv Mr. Croe s " Mr. and Mrs. l'elphory and, h'hlren of Madison, spent the week-o- r c,H,m-. ch : . of ihwr ir.Miif :. Imm. nane, tms on , vrtt-it. with Mr. and Mr. W. T. Mober- 'attinct.ve daughter. Miss Nelle, were i. on li'i.a 'lie good rok movement, and ad-A Ike Sutton entertained Mi. 4a uf ley and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Moberley. entertained Sunday at the home of thut they iiotil a'.tLTUiun Jy wu-a-- ,.... .w..tt.i M'MHtn Hf the lK Missouri Lady Suffered Until Site ThHkiMvini: in lmnr of Mi!ei Dora Mr. and Mrs. James Ynntis. of - winter in the tnlernt Kmily Callie Scott and MIm Jattmand C10LD MEDAL ."Ir. Vi'ie. Itenzley, of Somerset nndi Tried Cardui. Say. "Result GUY. Ikturtie. rutk- - he sW recently. prOVWeM IV .dr. and Mrs. Wm. Kinder and hand-can be cMinitteel In Was Surprising." Cet Along Mr. and Mr. Victor Price nnd Delayed some baby, lluben Harris, spent Sun-- ' to tannage x on coal. tncuHter. Mar, of llunrin tuent the I day with Mr. and Mrs. Miley Ilvnzley.l Fine, Became Normal Hofurnag to recent interview f turn i week-enMrv Wm. Walker continue ill. with Mr. and .Mr, h. II. Th tun.Ur.l rrrrtli- lor thn Mr. nnd M.. IS. II. V..rd and three i " he ad he ns SnttoH. n lt Mr. and Healthy. Mrs tireen I'oynter has pneumonia. Cisetdrr-i- , will oil n wjrd o(I ' little sons, uf Kirksville, were the, proit of IS a ton o coal rnoMRK mot and stier.Ktl'.an tlio b"' '4i Mr anil Mm. T. T. I'ollard enter, Mr. Oeo. Naylor, who has pneuThanksgiving guests of Mr. and Mrs.' akM from tie mmw Mr. Crowe mid tainod a numbei of t:uet at a de- fuithtr siucks. Yhree iiim, .liiki; is improving. W W.I tt.tr btft monia Henry Ynter has about recov- Milton Ward and .Mr. C .It. Henry. Bprlnpfltld Mo. "My Mfk was ro tH while Uif loan o'clock dinner party Li tut Ik. Mr lightful ix Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Lane, and little son, weak I could hardly stand up, and I ThnkKivini;. his recent illness. ered from and charming .laughters, Mice Flon-- would hnve bearing dwn palnd an. I . WOl.F TRAIL. 1... m.I Mrs. James Yautis wns n visitor of i u nnd Savannah spent Sunday at wasV,not well at ntiv time," eayri Mrs. Mr. and Mr. Kdd Naylor entertiiin-eD. Williams wife of a Helaye.! Mrs. Uobert Uiyton recently. in honor of Mr. O. I'. Naylor and Iluckeye with Mr, and Mrs. Leo farmer on Home i. thli pl.1.1. "I wuld hf tiAl with prut'it kept getting hemlaclips nnd having t in nu t tun on tal. In view on. of t'meinnatl at a Vl o'clock Mr. Iiwel Dailey is on the sick list. Miss Sallie Meri.la spent Thursday I'endleton. To to bed," tmillntiea Mrs. Williams rt dinner Tlmnkxlvinj;. that tb cmI operator .f th has with little Miss Louise Henry. Holman J. Mc.Milliiin Master dcfcrlMnn lb" troubles from which n tjw: twty timo tlMt profit. Mr. Home Mill temporally occupieit been on the sick list. Mr. Harry D. Hice spent the past h' o' t.ilr.eil relief through the use n! Ut pay a pro-- ! n houte on Mr. lien Itobtnvon'i farm l "My husband, having heard hry couM wi-l- allwrd Cardui. in Uichmoiid with relatives. Mr, nnd Mrs. Carl Cotton ma.e n week-ent,)" nt of Cardui, proposed gattltu It for me. j tien i of 1" until he k'ot poMemion of the house recent visit in Madison. Mrs. Carrie Davidson spent Thankran FRUIT AND SIIADK TKKKS . . "I that I after taklm; soma Cardui he rented from Mr. (loo. Shear for incHt timi', Mr. Cruwi as Improving. Tho result . Mr. and Mrs. Mart Davis entertain-- giving with Mr. and Mrs. '.. T. Il.ee wl prtcn arc abnormal the vnsuint; year. MI.OOMING SllRL'HS , xi&s surprising. I felt like u different Mr. and Mrs. Alfred I'oynter and ed a number of relatives Sunday. C, U AVE VIXKS person. now anil arc ImiuiuI to jit Mim. Kvam, teacher of the Uricht's Mrs. Hubert Sowers spent the day, children visited Mr. and Mrs. (ireen "loiter I suffered from v;pitkneM KVKRGRKKNS rultint; profit. Mr Crowe would not llend School trave u pie supper last nnd weak bark, ami felt nil rundown. I'oynter Sunday. Wednesday with Mrs. John Dailey. .fj.Mlnturc provido for n fix Saturday niKht. ..vp t I'KRICNNIALS Twelve pies and I did not rest well at iil.!it. I was to Miss F.tlict Hendriks, uf Uirming Mrs. Homer Itny spent one day reimt'llAUR tonnati tax on roal. Inntind, ho two boxes candy brought $ IS. Miss nervous and cross. My husband mid visiting Misses lleulah hnm, Ala., is he would get mo Rniiie Cardui, which ROSKS cently with Mrs. Klijah Mc.Millinn. u.i.l, he would favor n law Ola Doolln received the complimen fix he did. It MmiKthotcd me . , , .My Hlixabeth Yater. HKDGK Mi.M Jesle II. Itny was the guest of and ibk the SUte Tux CommlwUm to tary mux of candy. doctor said I got along Hue. I was In Mr. and Mrs. Wm. I'arks of SpringETC. the amount of tux to tit condition Miss Thelnia Simpson Friday night. good healthy condition. I canuot Misses Virgie nnd IVarl llogue of recently of Mr. KKKE ILLUSTRATED CATA- tar too much for It." the minimum 10 cent. Miss Flora May I'rlce of Lancaster field has been visitors (icorgctown, Miss Ola Von, of tleorgo Thousands of womrn havo suffered Wire a production tax impoicd on town, Mr. and Mrs. Stallard Hill and spent the hint week-enwith rela- nnd Mrs. Henry Ynter. LOG. NO AGENTS. as Mrs. Williams describe-)- , until they coul, the yield annually would bo uf. Karl Clark of the Lexington Master children, of Mldwiiy, Mr. and Mrs, tives. found relit from the uio of Cardui. ficont to pay the interest on guest Thanksgiving of II. Blnco Denver Ison Mr. Hogue, Mr. and Mrs. Hunter Davis enter- road was the SONS should It has helpedto w) many, you F. HILLENNEYER In the opln. Troy bond for roads, not hesitate try Cardui If tained a number of young folks Fri- Muster Milton Henry. link-in- g were guests of Misa Mae Ison Thanks troubled with womanly ailments. Jon of .Mr. Crowe, and crvnto u Mr and Mrs. Hubert Yater, had for LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY. giving. day evening. For lo avery where. KU fund for retirement of the bond MIsj llert Dailey returned from thdr vuest Sunday Mr and Mrs. Wm. Misses Stella Doty, Sadie Doolin, MAKKSIUJKY U-'- w i;hur II Iitf.'x.. vin-De- c , ., ., ....,.,,, at.r onf.. - - , lw -i 11 d Slir prct.n -- I- - t.4 f 1 lla-.co- m frt w' e 1 d -- - 't .J .. n d well-know- ft ' d TREES "TREES - HtH-au- d i tvintual!; TV (.. tf hi KtH'orci. L..ncasir, Kv. Tluiryday, Doc 9, 1920 WF ARE NOT BROKE MOT BcNT-B- JT WE OS AlONtY 27 FORD CARS RECEIVED DURING NOVEMBER. So On Saturday, Studebaker and Old December 11th 5 WE PLACE OUR ENTIRE STOCK ON TEN DAY'S SALE, AT PRICES NEW TO LANCASTER AND GARRARD COUNTY, AND WE MAY SAY ALL OF OLD KENTUCKY, FOR AT THESE PRICES YOU CAN COME A LONG WAY FOR SUCH AS Hardware, Stoves, Ranges, Buggies, Harness, Lap Robes, Faim Implements. Hickory Wagons, American Field and Poultry Fence, Christmas Goods, Silverware, Cut Glass. Electroliers, Hall and Pai lor Lamps, Toliet and Shaving Sets Aeolian Vocalion Graphonola. v. IN FACT A LINE OF WELL BOUGHT, CLEAN AND DEPENDABLE GOODS AS AMM-- VA PRODUCES AND BELOW ARE A FEW OF OUR MANY BARGAINS FOR CASH. GOODYEAR, GOODRICH, U. S., GENERAL AND PARKER TIRES & TUBES uitr II o n I 1 k ! A v ? r I 4a t fB :Min. former price $140.00 . $123.60 Cash Sale Price J I'MH11Mllm) v .! (( II ill 'I $134.75 Cash Sale Price f iormer price .n. udebaker wagon 2 . Cash Sale Price - $133.00 Uulebaker wauon . in., former price 1(50. Cash Sale Price $139.50 M Hickor.v 2 .... J - 1 (f& ! ; TS I 11 ,1- -1, 1 . 3 V l ?f 1 ? 3J 1 81 r ft V fa K. If Malleable Ranges former price .SI ?.."() Cash Sale Price $98.50 richer Leaf Ranires. former price $(18.50 Cash Sa,e Pricc --i'rippimr Room St.e. former price ?I o.0 Cash Sale Price 5G.99 rfWUM Abn.ies Air Tiirht Heaters 1 ; 10S-B Cash Sale Price $43.55 !I t 00 O p If SJ L 'i $ "i'hoenix" Genuine Rubber Tires S 100.00 Cash Sale Pricc . $159.75 Quarter UuirKies. tioenix :' rme irice :17i). Cash Sale Price $142.85 Rubler-Tire-iLeather ft plMT wW'alwSL & Hoosier law cabinets former prici jti'UH Cash Sa,e Pric-- ' $47.50 CJ I O H,J()s'tir Special C'abint'U. former price s 10. Cash Sale Pricc $29.75 Ida n Bros., Lancaster, Ky l Irani- - ciirrjliis IIioukaiiiIs of visitors, nre run .lurim: the wason to 17JI. the mii renowned, to l.choiii Hi,, itoi.ir.i Knh4i'. or I in-f- ly luiltlc. Mvnmiltu:, hl'ltis ii rntrlilnc I" a ciMirt In slrl pursue It wlili riiwith wuihN to ulileh .1 Ii fnMcmil, Nor 1I11 id. to Join tlu iort. Thev nrt !" to Mt Imift known nml ftihiou-- . hcaiitlful iml.. of IbuJdca Japanere Sport Vit' r'.isr ss. u -i .11 nr. 'It .,, ft-- , Utile hoy f jnrn r m .'itiiiIii 10 kh St-lii- the .i- the ilrcttics m- sit, Hliky. SoIm' Ono il.iui.niln.'. !n iiinrrylnc n rlrtt 11 Day" Hi.. .iiiiuvirnr of tiH 'bit t -- in. Imi.-tii- . to St. 'Jni)in, patron uiiit ot Mtoi'mnk-t- . Ctrl. uit of tin onllimry ill.1 in nn 'n incrrlp nil) Kiu'.hhI St crlilii you linn mi maii iHiilnrrn"iii; one of til) foMlvltirs. In to uiNNxr rolumtiiiit iMttrh. wlili 1. nil thiikf in ih, liiHnmkliik' 'rxrtr HirtlrliiitiHl. Tli- - ij.mmI nlnt If To kt Castor Oil. , to luivt li'ii li. nuikcr wlm Tln follonin; N .1 l'immI way to tnkn 'llll'N' for lllf l'Nir INIt of IfllllllT oixtor oil wlih.mi It: Tnkf n "iipl'llvil I1I111 by tin niici ml hi' 'h .it'r I'mir 011 tin whIit tl't'lil iiuiiy sratl III t 'lie flirt rIh- of ! tin- llo.l- o' .rfl Tho oil will (1l. lli.it ilii viToinuiiir (roin i;.til Into n holii. mi It u !'. "Iilrli tru inmhiy lifiitu 1' ' 'i lici will h ill.- - IIh. tn-H-i mihI toiii;iit n for I..- - ;''ipm on., limits !ininli-l- . Tli' 2.MI. St Crispin's of Ui lull. Oay ,l frll. i Bit. Not It il.HNii't 1I0 niiy c'xl ' key to tin situation If "U 10 I . tur'' Soino ii toiiii iriii. t tti l''l bit) ' iUf-tlon- x Temptations. T-- lrnii. lille.- -" inine to hut all II. Spur3iii tm Imluv ntlurk tli 11 Tlie "Slni.i l I'l.mr- u itn . i. ti.ie n. riliueteni 'fets sterile ilme..ii sterile (.nit. .hi in ti..rtlineleri Tela nnwe hl.h n ..-frotn lln. of tHkix hl. h wen- - it up to tM" Wert, or n.rllH( to tiwoiber iireoHiit, from tlie !nlk of h )ur.n pliiBt iitki - Tht -- Stafced Plain.- - Pi-r- e p'olliliiir. yiiuni. r .l '. up, tet Wi' One ' I I.. tr. mmI Iifie.1 father IK. ii.h,x the nHiiIni; .if hu h'i. Ii...r iinele He iiwlli . I hl ,.f tnklns hl t. airan.luiri o tli , .ui,) ,M,f .,.ar theni Uennl lu mother I'tilntii. i. mar-rtajr- e Mtiile I oer In- that settle. .elioM I IU. then Mkl "WWI, n mlsht nn "ii-irt- '. That L'sptcuMy Singles Thtm Out. V'iniU Iihi- mull) ilwniiliTtlk- - liy - niirkitl mt u with "A Khlrh h inn Kx- i.Hllfy l "in' Hunt, tint tli iliHr ilUuirtt riiient Singular Marriage Teatt. l'o4j'lel!i l r.ltM) I he only Jn.e In the oril hete the marrtn(e f.nt lhlnfc- - - m-t- e at John Urll C' my pUy kl. set lmBfo. Gtt.t Wliat often ot Thought. 20 wrmam mmw xair HtinA M In C'hI If ieii.. - i mt i lit- - IIU lo limtl-u- . of life nrv resulting to Proof of Good limn who lw mi hi Jtnl Tiink k in.. lie ' hor Hie eml. tlie pr'.-ii- ' 4rlt, Ikey jet, work out fni.t ..f rlithl,Miii,H for u 8f t"iiev Henry. -I ree, iurf in t). m TTtougli for iHit jf!ieoii, -- limv It off Ii) her at the nn'elrni lrlli. " IMer trie in puk win. the lirklerMti 'iir mtmf utMil4llii-- l ren H the tioiiif iimii l "wut Int. l tile lillh" Hliei tii.' hrl.le Inline, h metil r of the fnilill). DN.I rximliM there iltirlK the fefHlilH Death. Heath K I Kit terrll.le when y think hw Motir isear .wust lll hHI he fotkmUut ami they'll ts uheroNlttMc that all the of Utat.M-chib.. to "lie M)se tlm. hy It Im very tmtNral ami tonth IM( afwl nt nil. u ui t lmr.1 f,r ttwe iHNoly mM It lvate Jk HiumI for mi nf r wott y bis-au- tki". llM e llllotlt Ihe ,reiee of SALE OF LAND t.Ui:U! Mary VK K rluhl elite' II tnntT I'lamtitT. M..rn. ru: Mtievan's lt. H.nnrfl l'e nre ' ..ii h-re Uim h'Im4 .inn Hi.. fm ilwl 'm- Ltniwis Cjrrfully. the tipi'lhuthni of I,m4er. iMIMte truth.- ' The Meal Liberal. nil Ttie t. mh mhi h. In lie of tnuUs m well r.l JnlHtiiUa at the Hi-- III.-e- IK In tdejr miiim ' I'lerilii Im ' fei-ltl- lit re ilk U itieM eet. T'W V Ooiie to tolil Mti lirnlt to the ltl, IhlM uiolillnit .! (Hire. Ihrwuali uhlrli gerri olherviM. Nilahl elor. III . lime rtan.li.'i vnh the Nevcrl rnwier.the un ileralenxl Cummuuioiier will mI! publu aurtion in tk burimnst ami he' ladder, brforv the Court House - fa4l. fHintHHit liuaoMiar, liircO. Ir l N'Msbnr to a iMiisrneat Ten. llHiik lllimhi well ill. I In her ji that a illr oam. n wmmiii Milt 44 h l!'hatiaa IH CtmM4ius llhfioti'h. The Wise t' He wlio Ih imh n Ut tie oivim inore lo M lnli-- r . wUiliMil limn he tlnil h:i a (Hwt te laft Ulwi WMttom i. p." to lil fnlhr' 01 m Stli There I ' J.--hj The 20 Per Cent Reduction nicll. no' v totHl i'epr pMxl m'li hllOUl.l reliitl-i.l ' lelie to ".- Out the Good. in the ont of the iloelrltie of t'o hrlnz out thin h. ii ihni4op Hie evil. .. of Mil ornl l the jtrettl elml- i - lHat Pa.t . a' 114411, Furniture Sale e at Holtzclaws store is on in full hlast but will close a December 20th. ; Now is the time to furnish your house. Two show cases at a bargain. TrHelei-skj- that n..her. in thu ory IblUI Hnrl.l i I'olfe.., mo M ilnnk. In ,Ii.,i. where Ihe hull ta Me The Javil mih to he lit It ver In.' iIIhIIII etittii- - cmMiii'.' f extreme klreiik'lh, holtle It. nml Mtr ti ilrop Into h eitp of hot water when Javanrir Por Carta Maeers. lll'le PraoUse Cftarity We . .twill hu iHttiwtit' i.miv im II UMH for I h' lolfurtHfoe. ot the iuIihI than for tttuw of the binly, he . diittot help. vtlow thej mi' Wh I'mIm. Famaua Okvifipearlng Island. Tho mwi fniniMM ,rf ipWWilH IWU la Ihe fiiiry t.taaaal of St lire, last. kkh a. to lie Ih the mutM-e- t f Iretnmi i h,. fr.Brtui, jot In vatitsl, i, hen am uiaiiAer toMrani it Thi i iii.r,. MHa onto IW Wail.l - . ,', .,rtr isive hy Its Wen-tl- . In an i) M whleh the kbts ot IWtnanl ... .naln Man.N to tlle Xiihmi.- - itw- Ulauii u turn ,, tl4a-- l III tr. . on MONHAY. IiKi'KMIIKK .'T. aJt. Ute hrmt .ta of 'he l.arrar. ('Witt) Court Tarn. th real (".tittr MmMttai im tho plvadlnr ami le A. M.. IJlitor. or Kelilck', at 1 1 n'rlork ior Itn m I ! aRl .! ir-.i- Chloroform tu,m Surgrry Without Palp. , , oe. un the head wa . and houn.le.l r ItwsriMMiHat at an eim the dwelling houw; thelire Kiu with foetcr to tile fonco on line of (I T Wallave farm; tisoeMi Svuti. Hitn foaca on WakWa farm am! HwrsMMu lo HurnAidti'a Iih; thonre North with the fante to (hhmIi nn.i MMrNH lute; thoMci- - Vet to the eliu true, the tuiitMiwil to run hy lain in ovKiniunK, or lea aires niorv "UBli. ribed a. follow: lrfxa;a ajii bsiHc of Mark Cre Kratura), u. Harrar'' tret-nea- fv' they ihwlrr refrwhtNinit. Ancient "Curranty." AlHolic Mime atieletit IriU ueo mill klieep Mirteil iiMiUmn f Constant Guard Against Forgery. lieep ten rei'koniil Tho mm'H'I murk mi Ikmk of Kin;.' i'illlMili lit to one The litlli uonl x emiln. uinl it U il- l- luml Unlet, hy Mhlili forkViieK Hie for iiiomij- l rluil from the wnnl nii (entile),! ilotoeleil, n- - ii.ltnUlill) ! lilt i lxiliK' The uilrtoM'ojie ivki-M(money) minim imiliy Iioulnc t tin t hUih MH'iiliitille' lo mi .ler)HHt e)o. ' prnertj' III cuttle. . 11 - nml If a Klrl In.. wtiHt we In .mr Is u KOotl Itciirv. Ihe tiorailie N) the U tMHM'h). holKlltMM' '' Ulllu StMle ' ' OpM'n Differ. It'n lnMi..h..- - in 4etike er)lMy, o. Ittiirti.i, ,.irt.-- m however who. i.r ti,e aiimlhelle was re-Hi IM. heaaii his et- HTlM,-l,tII.. M,, rhU4M,ww on hlni.. - ., a4VaTasM I, sit Its I hii. ih.. i rro"llUeov . ,. , ereil trtie ,)rt,,ri H(Hmf.. ently ih.i.l TToni into. Mrts no:. ,, s,, , hh.f,,,,,! i, im.. i ...i ,.. ., Into i.'i i r J "rt ', . 1 , ,rt, . t. ,. . K. Murgiui HnUJohiietla .Mnr J. (' MorxAn. hy l ikHte.1 Aiutuat 2. ltt.'O. iuhI rwar.li-.- l m the Cairnr-- I (.ounty CTrl;' OlHce In Deed Ht.k o. paM;246. " I'l-of tho Mile u lo ilitidr Hirri the or ariaitis; frin the tale eouuUy hotwaan Hie joint owuem thereof. TBIIMS. to Mary fan. Ujr t. h J F. HOLTZGLftW. I Remarkable Family, At Wnllliam CncH. I'lmlninl. Mr. m.il Mrn. (). f. Ileiillinite nre IiohiN of a fiiinlly of the mhk, four ilHUlicn, . !LT Kraiulchllilreii uml lite u'rent'cruml-rhlhlriiiAnions llieui lliey play I.T Instrument, ceuu urunihliiushler the orsnti, pianoforte ntnl violin iuhI tuo urent.srumh hlhlreii Hie ortiHii. I Main Idea With Youngster. A )ouinctor lots ihiimiI hu dad iniii-wnrrj in ifnn.lns irtrrvls with ut looking ur.t for pusslns vxhtrleit. To lijtires uHiu I hu unssit;r' ratnd Greatest Volcanic Eruption. "VW.U.V of helhSriiiore eure'Ul ha The sreiitimt ilUturhuiire wllhln hip, wns telllns his wlfo In tlie l.o)' limn hUiory uuh im eniplliin In om. of eni-- n story of nnother little ho l,o. Ihe Interior vhIIcj of Savll, Smnou while rri.Mlin: Hie htns-- t with un UIhimIk. With ii hrief retlns erloil, cremn cone, hinl hii'ii run down hy a thin iiitlvlly. uhlrh hesnn In August, heavy motor truck. I'or a l.rlcf hum 1PU". for four yeurs nml Ihe "wit Hie ililhi ,at thUs!it; illMjuirte of lavn hill heeii emnlel then iuke.1; . . ,.(mr ,,,H at more Uh the i tihle mlltk. popl" 11 ' e li-- of ms month, uml the punimniT will liu teouilu.l to I'Meule boil.l with up prove security for the purrhnit' price. iue m tlx months ! interest ivrrntthe force frum datu until iianl, nml circct of u Juil. nf Hi-li- Tli stile will he wuile on ;t crelit t hiil sue, lutyaWv tu W. II. Ilrovwi, Miuttcr Coe.tr snmer of the (Jarranl Circuit I'ourt. ami n lit-- will be renvrvnl up-uthe property sold until all the iiiirrliu.e money i. paid. W. II. Ilruwit, Master CommlloiuT Hnrrur.l Circuit Court. J. h. Kuhlnson, Att'y. A. M. llournc, Auctioneer. Umiii which may is- n