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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): December 23, 1920 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1920 cen1920122301_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 23, 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. THIRTY FIRST YIAR LANCASTER. KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON, DECEMBER 23. 1920. NUMBER 3tl. SAUFLEY HUGHES CHRISTMAS IN THE CHURCHES Lands Fine Lot Of White Christmas" To Mackerel OlT Florida Be Observed At All Coast. The Churches. Sriufley lluyhe UMtiiluilitf hi i aiSIRIBTIMIJLS I I TOBACCO PRICES I JEROME RUBLE Docombor '2r a niomcntoiis day in Uit history of ho world. (MirimV the only porfoct man that flotl or the world h over prodiiut'd. Christianity that unnohliiiK faith which Roups civili.a tinii alivo and proparos the sotil of humanity for the Krcnt ho- - The Trade Commission Knd Comes Suddunly Ui'kcs Federal SysAt Danville. While hi health had not been tem Of Grading good Leaf Tobacco. hs for the past two nr three years, did The Federal Trnde Commission sent to CongriH Its report on the tobacco industry, which was made under th prevision of a resolution inW. J. troduced by Representative Flehr. of Kentucky, ami adopted by ;h Houe on June 3rd Inst. The investigation was specially directed toward ascertaining the cntsse of falling price. The repoit t very voluminous Among the conclusion ronched by the are the fnllowmg' bettor by concentrating tho mind upon tho wonderful deeds of Prices paid grower for the cigar Ky . bindnd on n nhort tlahini; exnNli-tli'this perfect man. types, bright Southern, dnrk Virginnrrenlly. and the .Maryland exNo soul is so steeped in sin but what it can bo Ai rilled by ia, Mr. Ilu;lit with T. (ny llrouli, ipfr.; fMir iHMir llhiHK olf Suiilbel repentance and belief, for Christ nave bin life that such miht port type during the tcntnn lilt0-20- , on thi' whole, compared favorably liKht, thiir Kuide Ihiibr George F. be so. with the season of l'Jls l'J. Caplinx. As we observe thu lay, let us honor the man whose birth "I'riciM pnid growers for th Itet" In the fmir hour the two flihcr- ter grade of hurley and certain of men mnetr-tilnc Sitiithi,t commemorates and the God who created Hun. i!arh Western type lnt fnon Hut let it not end with the eitiiin of the sun or a! the aiackeiel. Mr. Hudim ilerlured thfe' aUo coinwnil favorably with price the Bronte number of ft he stroke of twelve. um aml Let us carry the lemons and the imprus-io- ns of the day iff. prevailing during the !! politic. rw., arm . uiio tie nun rm imm Hrn . H(I This foo. will he received. f""re lives, into our .lady attain, and into our pleasures "AfUr the opening of the season At one time Mr. Ruble wns one of . .M,t . i... t,d Friday ,vriu. clothing will hi-- distribute anil our pastimes. in most of the sections producing the largest real state owner in (iar-rarcounty, but during the past vh may be I" morning W tho wn The ihhititr Let us invoke the Kontlo and forKiviiiK spirit of Christ in dark wstcrn and hurley type price exceptioimii) neeil In our town and rutnmHHt for the common and low grades suf- few yeors, prolwibly realizing that irowi, the imy Mm: full of all thiiiKS we do and say, to thu end that tho life which was The surplus and In It i hoped there rmiptwrel mat fered a decline, und in some sec hi day were numbered, he had . i,,... !....., !,. iv.i,. truck v4rnri(Mily. .,;.,. f- pf all his Garrard county prop- dl I" sent to .Mr. IluKhe r" will n larer irlulion before the end of th season and Mr. Ilrotmh mod It is the least that we can do for so much that has been Orphan' that. More than twenty-liv- e erty and about one year ugo bough the Christian WW' demoralized. ! The drline In ..l IAI f. n home on Jlnptc avenuu in Danville, i Home in l.ouivnie tobacim tho prices for the dark-firewere in their rmwiocliutf vicinity, all 'one for us. everybody- - con tparc iwme canned iitnltur H the Mackerel they co wn the moot marked. At a where lie died and spent the last of coulil bg of wVmr handle " fruft fr potatoes or whole the nvernse urice for burlev his noble and honored career. He Layton. PROGRAMME Sundny of tW unil nil member d'otwi to his church, being a was about the same as for the 1UI8! w utnM HebHl and congregation or Many friend and relative tn Car rron. while far most dnrk western i "'nber of the .Ml. Olivet .Methodist Tobacco Rolling In. MIIMVINYKU MKKTIXO come anl bring "whit gifto writ rounty wilt Ih orry to learn of type it" wns ronohk-rnblkw than denomination und it wn here that ' he gave liberally of hi means and the Kmk;" far "inasmuch m you the denth of Mi Klisabeth Uyton. for the preceding souson." MAKKCT TO OI'KN JANUARY Jth. KENTUCKY PRF.SS ASSOCIATION have doff unto theee. the leewt of The decline in price is attribu- advice, which was often sought and former!? of thU owiinty, he IhIviiik I w it i mine, you hav- - dime it onto me." died at iter hme in Decatnr. III., In.t table to a combination uf three fac- freely given. -. " Hun.lrei of WRKon. londeil to Mr. Ruble wa nbout fit! years old The pahlic in nHier-A- t miM the King tors, which may b stated a folDec. week. Thurtdy And Wnlnndny and i survived by his widow and the i invited In be prewrnt to enjoy lh furl with tolmt'Ki have hewn wan relntwl to many of the lows : I'l'unnjr .nt Ijincaiter thi wok. :l.30, IU20. the program. " l' i the hour. ' prominent liimliie First Levelling of fortdfrn por- - following four children: .Messrs Ray county thi in I m 'wratnr to the market whuh' . mond, Victor and Henry Ruble and regitlar wnuw will be The where he m hrn nbout 48 years pen here Tudny. January tth. MUm Manic fueled noxt Hu nday I "Co rnti and thi. euntrartiiin of .torn.- - J'u' "Oghter. Mr. A D. Scott, all . . i f this county. n.omion, fi... mi toin l.ear. who I lnme frm roll fire, for JtKttrinK frm the heavy run of to In.. financial conditions. I...H...1 ji,.i. i.v follow mK to a III uiu.. denth.tlx. ticSecond Increase in quantity i. morning bacco, one would think that the uneiui scrvtru were conducted the holiday, will sing at the about her "'. , l,U n, . i hour MiH Katherin Haley, MU t: , vhmiij ! M Klixabeth Layton of UhS . low grades for domestic absorption, Man' ,au' ,lonit' by,nhisDanville last i bmu,..,. tK- v. r.t...H 4 ' rW . gueet from Detroit, iitiltlllf iMlllt Mora Hay' pnstor, Rev ai morning, street, dio.1 nt .1:'JU o'clock lue to crop conditions nnd falling I u tli l l Pi.L...- II'" Decatur darted taat .Monday Mlrh . will ing m tmi evening. The wk, tMImore, Interment ' Ju"; foreign markets. .Monday nficrnoon at St. .MaryV bath f the Will Ihmmp will be (Ul- ( hurch. . I'aMor llrodw.y llaptrt morning uliject fer the' Mrw&ri' Mill I hird forty- I'urchnslnu methods of 'ollw'lng in the Uncastcr cemetery. ert to their capucity. SometldiiK with a large concourse of friends be "Shiill We Almlwh ChristlMwit" b, year, ,dd Dec. UM... Hit death buyers. p iikc two nunurett wnuus drove inThe eveninr subject will be "A to town The commission finds there i no aml relatives assembling to pay their lat .Monday, each home YearVKnd Prayer" AH lire alwny 4twnii . ui tin: .iuiuui unu leaf tn. ,ast respects to ono who will be jrlti. She had been ill for two week Uniform svstem of it hare of the ucetl. L.Jlt.. LT.. ' f nemu,,. , welcome nt the service MMl un taken to the hospital lat bacco, which opcrntes to the disad-- 'rcn,,' missed In this community. Ah mvrtttfHlin shown Unit omo Dawiton, Vice U. I lleammoo vantage of both buyer and seller, Thursday Maptitt Church choice tubuctHt will be oirere on the I'recident Kentucky l'res AsvMjciii Who Can Mi (.nylon wns horn in Clnrrard pecially tie latter. The commission .. 1 1 .... The pastor recently received the MiMMilf iiay, yet many of iHe'fnrS-e- r ... nan, uiwniiiKf, ni. county. Ky.. i'J. Ift72 but hail liv- - recommendthnt n Kedernl systemj C! T.Lli-Tand urwer are hrinKtnx thoir following letter; .. M Y C .. ,l of grading leaf tobacco bcrstablish.j "Joylnnd." mean tobacca, Mime of which will not Gaimn.. ltuiiieiii MaiuiKer of Couri-ed by the Department of Agricul.j ICcntucky postmustcrs whose well known. When ihe was ill Dec. 'JO, ilU'O. wy for tho MrtpMnK and nhould mid l.ouUville TimoK unit' she wn employed concerning which the comniis- -' firmntions have been madu within u in the coret de live been left in the barns, n we Kdw J. llaiH-wck-, Hear Uro. Strothors of CreoiwburK. partment year and who consequently have ut nt the Linn A: ScniKt: store. sion says: I have receive! lot of nice letters have urced many time thru thee !ml. She wn popular with the other em- "It i believed that this would least three years to serve under the froi boys nwl Blrl of tancnttrr, column. '.playw nd with the patron of the tend to stabilize market values President, include those at An . '; . TbW lunicnster will have the ury ami omt! of them have invitca me ivm liked by all who tler abnormal conditions such as pre-- i chorage, Ilurdstown, Denton, Arling llapttit Church liKriarJ.-t-. in the t.ntc, t;oc with- Courier-Journati meet them nt the vailed during part of last cason.' ton, Ashland, Auburn, Harboursville, Unew m,r' Friday niht. They toy that they are out tayitiR. ft luith local hiiun arc ippo, nuneiu o. Mw Kerry. Kurkesville, Cnneyvillc, Cave Uyton i ,urv.vW by her to Imve a ipecinl entcrtuin-iHen- t prcpurtni: t niye their imtrom the -tfomjr City. Crofton. Dry Ridge, Elizabeth- ;, motlwr. .Mr. Sarah K. Layton. mid TO xeryltHt poftsihle nervice during; the for me. hcitinnini; "t 7:15 n:0 Theatre I'.rly a BueU I town. Kurdsville. Fredonin. Crcens- lyton q( hn oii and will ec tlmt the hii;hiwt ttic You tell them I apprecio'clock. i.uuisviiie onvcntion ami run- - Decatur, and Mrs. Cunningham of On;bur,. ;rccnviiie. Hazard, iiciiicr. Tobacco Bi'imr I will prift lMibte Will he oecured. ate the invitation nml that licity League. Horse Cuve. Jackson, Jcircrsontown, She also leaves n brother, Will try In he there. Ur;e nil you Sun-.la- y Thursday Morning, Drc. 30, t'J20. Sticks Best Method. Kuttawa. Ii Center, Lebanon June He is here now, of Colorado. pupil to be thure for I School 10:00 Called to Order by thu Pres- linvinir come to Decatur last week in r, tiuti. Lynch .Mines, McRobvrt, wlH have omethitiK for them, one ident. .Marion, Mt. Olivet, New Haremne to a memKiKe stating that It Is to the interest of the growers On Fndiiy, Decembor the 21th., Low man, anil all. "AdvertiHinn" M. H. and warehouse men to work in har- ven, I'.Untsviile, Pembroke, IMkeville, hi as critically ill. the Ijtdieo A iii Society of the SliKoroly yur' Luwmati-.Mullic.iComThe funeral wa held at 'I o'clock mony nml to the Interest of each. Fineville, Ravenn.i, Stamping Ground. will conduct a candy ab Manawer SontH 'lnu. pany, tauUvillc,. Ky. Wednesday afternoon at the family The faster warehouse men can un Stanford. Taylorsville, Trenton, Van iH the store of J. K. Dickeoan and "The Work of the State Hoard of rMHience. There will be a pcinl frre will Sen. Thi enndy will Ik1 rohl in nice Many friond attundiil load tobacco, the sooner the farmer Lear, Vnnceburg, Whitcsburg und otfennir tukeu at the IapUt church ('hristHtHi boe of nil ne, and will Cnarities and Corrections" Hon. the services, which were conducted can get away; if he will deliver his Williamsburg. K.I ward W. Him. Chairman, Louis jby Ite. T. Hurley Marsh. Friilay niKht at the cltne of the" make an ideal Chrntnin mtor of tobacco on the stick, sorted and T!tl ville, Ky. graded with but one grade on a Mrs. ("hrUtman entertainment. tht Pirkt ItntitUt We appreit your Kitronue in the nr-- , i Luncncon a vac IXttU for the benent of the ntnrv-Ih- u Tht, mmh, ssn furnUhlwl , Mr,. stick it can b placed on the basket ami will Iw Kbid to have you KurepeaiHi. Armenian ami Chi-neJournal llulldlni: a. (.uatta of th Kujwne lmmi, um, Mi JcMf rapidly and properly. We can unGrnted A Divorce In Jessamine call oh u auain Friday. Cnurier-JBUrnn- l and the Iiuisville I'ik'ott. .Miss Xitn Clark you have to ml thl In en load many more fanners in u day wni the vntl in your uplemliil entertainment if tboy will bring their tobacco this Nicholusville, Ky., A divorce haj I want WANTKD: nbout llfty Time. offering by wmronr oUe. or mtml it houU. wiHu'hinc about 75 miiiiii!i. Thilttday Afternoon. Drc. 30, 1920. The llowers were in chartro of .Mrs. way und at the Mime time will im been granted m the Jessamine circuJ:00 "Hie (Jood Koads (iuetioii" Huby Komnns, .Mr. Irene Tuinir. prove the appearance 50 per cent. to the pastor. it court to Nancy Lyno Johnston from Call phone No. ,' or 10'.'. A. Mw Lucy Page" 11. "The Kditorml the If we are compelled to sort the her husband, William llrndley JohnsJ. K. ItohiiiMin, (tfl Hnrdln. Mrs. Kdith Sad-di- e There will be no preaching at Soiiimcr. F.liznbethtown. Ky. tobacco as it comes off the wagon ton. The plaintitr was given the ami .Mum Lcthn Ilnrnes. llapttu Church next Sumluy. The o "The Next Summer Meeting" memhernhlp it urceil to custody uf their Infant daughter, The imllbiHirers were W. J. Horn-tut- it take a great ileal of time nnd entire Dinner K. U Klktn, 1're.iident K. IV A. handicaps thu farmer who comes Nancy Connelly Johnston, und certain K. H. Hrnnnnii, I". I.. Nichohi. Sumtay School t the llnptlt There will be a turkey dinner, J It. DcmtMter tl. .1. Schilling nnd K. behind subjecting him to a long and provision wtre made in the judgment ami then attend prcachim; nt Church n lleports of Committees. W. Kschelmnn. On the llrnt with all tlw trimmiiitf. at the Tin interment was tedious wuir which means a great for the inaintcnunce of the child the other churche. Hotel Saturdny evenint; nt Adjournment. deal of expense to nil concerned. Thu petition states thut they were Sunilny in Jantmry the p;itor will in Greenwood cemetery. It i our intention to help you married in June, 101 1, in Jessamine .peak on the nubject. "A Happy New ux o'clock. It. build a good market and If every county. Mrs. Johnston is the young-t- t Notice. grower will with us we daughter of Mr, and .Mrs. S. C All the Poultry house in I'reiljjrUrinn Church Near Kat. A special uift will be Mr. Johnston it will be closed Christmas day, will be ucccful in our undertak I.yne, of Hrnnnon. Friilay ovenhiK nbout 7:.'I0, phi Milt by the concrctrittion for thoir a son, of William McCltlland JohnsThe appeal of the Kuropivm (Saturday) and ask that you hring ing. U icheilulcil to appear Santa CIau help thru the Hoard of Foreign .MuW'c employ only men who under ton, Fayette county. The suit was Committee for $3:1,000,000 to all produce in Friday. In fart we at the I'ronbytcriBii church, brinKlim ttons. Apiiroprinte ilccnrntions. fowl and cam for three and half think most every huinesi. lion.e stand the tobacco business barked tiled by Jarnc (1. Penny Lexington in with Uim unmuthini: nicu anil ilelloi-t.u- s the sinisoii itself and the excellent million starving children of Huron, town will be closed so you had bet- with year of experience which on- for each chilil of the Crmlle Iloll. premium will all combine to make should have liberal support from the ter come in Friday nnd do your shop- ibles you tiPget the host price for Automobile License llejjinneri, Primary. Junior nml your tobacco, und wo have one of the this u helpfiil hour of your Christmas people of thi city nnd county. The ping. ilepnrtnfenU" of the Sun- holiday, come your Oarnird Hank and Trust Company nud The Automobile Licenxe nnd tag briiiK best lighted barn in Kentucky which day School. Thu Supt. and the fricnls. makes, your tobacco look it btit are now ready at the County Ulrk's ha been made the local treasurer teacher of thce departmnU will At the mornini; service the .pastor for thi fund and all contribution at all times, and being n steel struc- office. lloth the statu law and city ordi- ture Is absolutely tire proof. Let' The following information will be arrunire n ChrUtnm tree and all oth- will preach a Christum sermon. turned over to them will be forwarder thinir necowiary to help htm make proper authorities at nance against "cut out" on nil auto- ull work and muke Uincuster one of required when securing license. ed to the Malhoditl Church mobile is being rigidly enforced by the best markets in Kentucky. tlii n very happy uccntin for the .Muke uf Vehicle We are carrylm: quite Louisville. Police Chief Hruttuti und Judge K. children nml their pnrenU or friend The Sunday school will have a Model Ycur Garrard Tobacco Wnrehouse Co. it Inrue amount of rending in thi W. Harris of the police court. who illicit wlh to come. Sev- U. ChrUtmu tree ut the church, on the Issue of Last Year License No.:.:... Tandy Qulsenbcrry. Manager. the Itccord, showing the eral violator of this ordinance was Motor Number Sunday evening beKlnnliiK nt 7:IS nicht of Dec. 'J llh. dire distress of these vtarvini; pea. 's the The public and especially tlioe pie and wo hope the reader of this) befuro Judge Harris this week and At thu lust meeting of the The law provide that each owner a (JhrUtmu proKrnm, "KllowinK Club funds wero contributed shall obtain license from the County 8tr," will be K'ven by thu Sunday that do not attend Sunday school at paper will contribute liberally to this caught it for a 15.00 fine and several dollar cost. A few drunks also for the support of two of Europe Clerkon or before the first day of School pupil. It will comltt of any other church, aro cordially in- worthy cause. drew nice tines nnd one woman wa sturvlng children. Further contri- Junuary in each year. ioiiK, recitation and n thort talk, vited to attend our entertainment KKAD CUKKKY AND CULLKY'S tent to jail for ten day for loiter, butions will be accepted. Mrs. C. J. II. Ilourne, C (i. nil deiicned to brlntr to mind a new and place present on the tree. All and real viilon of the need of the present must be nt tho church by 4 A D V K ItTI 8 KM ENT IN THIS PA. ing, being unable to pay n tine of Frank .Murksbury ba charge of this by Cronlcy Krondu D U. work. $10.00 and cost. PEIt. (It) homle, orphaned children of the V M. on the 'Jith. Tlir "White Christmas" will In generally relebrnted In luwcMtrr thin year ly tli Sunday school nml churches of the clly. The "While Chrktma" spirit, which i. rather the spirit of giving rnther ibnn receiving is regarded a symbolic of tin- - real more nenrly spiritual meaning of the eaeii. In rnntn of tm entertainment, lonU-fu- l program of mtuic and Christ-mcarol In chorus arc combined with ceremonl. In which every In. giving in partlclmte dividual "white gift for tk King " Christian Church "White Christmas" will n i.tucrv-m- l at the Christian Church next Thursday evening. The auditorium ulll be beautifully decorated In A special program will he white gurn by the Sunday hrhwi cmi After the program but ben .Irei. rendered, gift cf nod and rbrtWtiK ni friemN here lit home by tellinif of yoml. the line uport he t having with the In uvery Christian hoart that hoats tho tlay will ho out! of A...... Ill... .iff IL a.nilal ttt Mr. Ilusthes I n charter memher n'v l'"nco n,u' tumility. ill thankftllnoss that God ill His mor-o- f the liock.n.tlo I'lMiinL.- - Club jtn.l , fi fu I wisdom criMiti'il a son whoso death should rodocm tho we know that he will not tell n (lull world. He. upon penalty of belni: ruled out In tho rluiichos, at tho homo firosidos, on lofty mountain if the club forthwith. The follow-ini- t poaks and in tho harron wastes of tho dosorts, on tho waters of clipped from n Fort .Myers paper, and tl! of one of liU re- tho tlocp and wherever mankind is, there God will lie to look into our hearts and note the manner in which we observe tin cent catch: f Kentucky never anniversary of His sen. "The ftriHi yielded rw mriy tbvh m F. S. Iluuhe. No heart is so pure but what it can bo nmde cloanur and a Fart Myer vWwr from Ijiucanter, sun-cure- d ldl IS-1- sen-so- not realize, nor were they prepared for the sudden death that mme t Mr. J. 11. Ruble at hi homo in lUn ville Inst Sunday morning, the ap lrcnt cause nt hi midden demise being apoplexy. He hnd boen n suf ferer from partial pnmly fer sev cral years past, being confined to hi home almost entirely durinpt the m: year. For a number of years he lived it Ciirrnnl county, near Huonn Vista, where he hud mid lenvo a wide circle of friends, who will hemoai hi Many of these ho hnd denth. succored in their distress, for he wa never known to turn a deaf enr to a worthy rnuc and nlwuy gavo liberally to all object of charity. His inMucnre in the county wa. widely known and he numbered hl. friend by his huge acquaintances. He win a staunch democrat nnd always sup ported the parly trouj;hcUt iv.r.. co n tint in both national and lacn) iirarcl relative and friend a,..,.. ''" d -- ,,. i a. d fr 1 I i I iriv..r 4 .- -.u I iw.lr rmu lMV, I .'.. """ l.. ir" ... 1 ; - Jl - ! - 1 er-i- .,., Irstnia3ters L .. 1 erS con-lur- e, l. " ". FARMERS Candy Sale. Muu-Cheste- Hnp-chur- u prnt. i at Bradley Johnston nt-to- Turkey ill-s- (Dis-cusnio- Ken-ifarla- Yr" Appeal For Starving Children Ko-li- ef "Cut Out" Violator Wo-man- a The Central Record, Lftncrisr t. Kv . i huruay, Dec 23, I 920 VK VEGETABLES FORM ESSENTIAL PART OF DIET DURING WINTER 3 BXTKNI) our hkakty uuketing? christmas to our Kricnda and ig.Mi. VJI 14 Patrons. 111 en A The Garrard Bank & Trust Co. AMASTUt GocU KY "Qne-Elev- Prescription tieie-ar- Veuetablet Every Day n In ip ar dieiil'i'it nf Hie .lily m.al a- - bread. wlniir i'4i'fabli', nml ulxi nue of If Hie IhmItn lie Kepi trims mid the rirln'ct In rnlrliim (lliiie) mid healthy iitnetltiK'a forIron. tililntui' (hat every one niii1 get Hit In winter wtnn freJi wee-'nlil- i' to kicp the biNly In coil unrkllic or ate Imnl art ntnl Hie family tier. It IiimiIiI lie ImiIIi'iI ntily 1I tn l tlriil nf alt the kiwis mi hand. Tim W'JI inlniiii-- . in iilieil water. It may of It'll the diet N athmiil In men ! i'nnlnil Willi suit. mil' nf Hie iiwl-livi- l ami Hiialn l)pe, nlnl btilter nr rrium: nr. seallniMit ln. i ih nut gin rliililri-i- i all Hte wlili eliii'e, It makes n ulilaiitlal HiuiM-kivpiT,.-.,i- VeteiaMes Ifcirt of ll.e an Jut nt eriil'y mil' nf WMISSHOLLADAY'SCANDIESU (J 'I nml detelnfi miitlfa-tnr) ie Hie.v twwil Fifth A venue New York 2 A Weird ) ciarettes2r Mix-U- p "One of the small jitntc paper," Success to you in but you'll the (Jrcnt Tribune, "publisher an item this week which wni n wierd have to hustle for it. mlx-uof nn account cf n wedding We often hear the remark that rnd an auction notice. Following is o.iie woman is "dressed fit to kill." interesting part of the Probably out to make a killing. ;..'ie molt p The need of the busy and stay busy. houru to Ret tn ! I'f ttlllk. Ill1 MIjll Cause of "Tired Feellnc" "Sirih r thi' llnil n it fiel rs tlml iikih- - Ml the hI nf rtlnler . 111 lilltrtllnn i hT rk nf tltlMi'lit frtilc bimI xrii'lnlili'. In llii l wliilir illit iVrttfiH It tlmt iiihh.v Imtimi- - lu.tc an hiihmmI rntxlns fur 'tfrii-nIn lln' irtiii wUMt lln-limluilil wowhl nut Imii' If iiieaU lurliii; llii- - hImiit ludml.-- l .in nf ntrlWi-- . ami wIihh tiCi'tn-lijihI frHlt am entirety Ineklnc .11 tin- - Uih winter, m In iitne north-irt- i l nfii-nrn lllmnrliii alum-ili'lwe !' - tit make lniii mw nml willed l fir mini I H well. It HViity iiv)i!riiHtilii h HI oilier teClbifi n- - ilMi. iiiltnMe llllH ll nr - Scalloped CJbb'Q lnrllMni i enliNani- slinl i Ul4Hon hill r tli,f' r fur Die main and I illh ati.. 2 FIUII FlPiT i X nr olhi-- fat liiMfimn ki IViit as ilrslmt , rp cratnt chtr.r 4 rui milk Chtes. i APPLES, ORANGES, Q Wnli tin' II I ii t HinrOilKlily. ptlt i I'lnl l.nlllnc "tilleil nater, Hiiil cwk fur nr iilrtil". I train It ninl 03 t kii-tlie water In wl.leli It ba eiHikeil for ite In ntip. If ileslml. Make n wlilie muii f rum the SiiIIit. Ilotir. milk, nilt timl ix'pper, ami stir lulu It the irmltil i lnie In a cri'Hi'il Imkliic llli phne nltertiste Inji ri nf the mlilmse anil sauce, cmer Ibn Inp ullli linml Hint linn- Imi'H iiiHtblHiil nllli a little Itinitril butter nr inlier fat ami Uike for IS'i. minute nr antll Hie iriimbs are li-et- GRAPES, H GRAPEFRUIT, BANANNAS. CANDIES IN. BULK CANDIES IN BOX. m fj EVERYTHING FOR CHRISTMAS. I Ik- - famlttar klwl u f tree- - lirnninil t"inltw r tnlli in I In our youth our good old mother William Smith, the only ton of Mr. and Mrs. William Smith, and Miss .tdmonUhed us to "always tell the Lucy Anderson were disposed of at! truth." Hut wo dnsn't do it In thi i.ublic sale nt my farm one mile east, 'sheet. rlir ti ib tin- family aixl Inn li'nt tin , tillilrfi m i li)Hl Hint llw rv affltit aro at leH twn way. In ht UtU tU ti- - her prnMi'Mt nf what ikii tn Ihi- - fur illniwr Ih wlr.ter. Mntvnwr. limit) iwike llie nf riw.klhr ttstalili Inn lone 'I liU iHaki- - Ihn-i- - with tmmi-Ki-,-ml-ta- k- an' iun apwUlii - tint pTi annttM-- r rlrh mr' nf mlnerHl nliiiiiiris T . Hit llinl iriHt Hie). Iimi. iiim til be itMikiil lii tnli it way Hint their lUnr iMintiies mlliler ratln-- than for an p trmcer Here l a tw'ttfltie uiuii ,Mkr tn milk,, tin.! n ' that with a siilMiintlnl ties sert and Jml nf lireiul and tiutter. It will ! emitted fur Ittni'lienll nr sup l.-r- are (). O Currey Improved The Text. Joli'-excln.- & A Gulley. bikf in H m 73 MISSHOLLADAY'SCANDIESrj) head eluding 'J mules and 12 head of nttle. Itcv. Jnckson tied the nupital Knot for the parties averaging I2D0 . pounds on the hoof, the beautiful iiomc of the bride was decorated with one sulky rake, one feed grinder, and two sets of work harness, 'nearly new, And Just before ceremony announced' the .Mendel & huns wedding march was rendered by one milk cow, live years old, one Jersey cow, and one sheep, who carrying bridal roics in her hand was beautiful Terms cmh. . ( There really is no excuev for not . ,, . , l, ' ea.y ""- to Ket rid of a wife or is it is to find one. We - huband I us the most pat- lent of men, but the old boy wasn't' n newspnper publisher with a bunch f deliniUents on his list. refer to Jolb Hanging in to good for a certain newspaper writer tn this country. He asserts, that "even with her mouth filled with hairpins a woman is apt to speak twice before she thinks Not nil people arc "bags of wind." once." Some are how lint; tornadoes, instead. Some men will spend hours in Some men strive pitifully to cover rccd.iig the sport pages of the diuly Hut if they had to spend the fact that they are in deadly fear, 'Hl'CJs of their wives. Hut they shouldn't thir;y minute in rending the Uible worry. Even an elephant will they'd either no to sleep or want to V tremble in the presence of a mouse. overtime for their crv:ces. ' -v y.-t- inurli, 11,iriiyii I iiKri'tli' ti'Xtlin nf mine. nttnTt tn lne .... I .I...I. Hintiiii" miiiriiis. nun in iiiimi .1... iiii-i- r ttN.k. Ht urn larse a pmN.ril.Hi . 1M, f Mug tthk.,1 H nml.,.. viisetablm xalitaMi' fiMMi. n i iwh n if the otmns nm-- . ,mna. an' eikikiil In a mllier larse ititaiitlt.v nf walT In an imenteriil tWy will 1iiii a nwiri ilrlleute llatnr. 't'bi' fniliiHln; null nf rnnk-jlxiitm nf tl.e winter eKetable are I rernmiiHiiliil ly linuie eennmnlr nf l he t'lllli"! Stnlei nf Arliilltiiri': ("ali'iue lin Urns Imhmi n winter t h tull.y. Inn iiiiinv mThii id nut tike It It l nfli-ennkiit until It Is a limp, nlurlima. It l Iimi ta'trle, iei;lnps strnlli tln-v- . ,,,, ci"i i..lnlly eet. Ilii-I- ci-n- - AMERICANS' DIETARY STANDARDS CHANGED People Arc Eating Great Deal i Less Meat. Rteent Survey Made Department of Agriculture Shows That More Milk, Duller find Cheese Are Deing Consumed. by III Visit Tfie FUR TAN CHRISTMAS I w I CANDY IS v? SHOP. Handsomest display of Nunnellcys, Doliic Vardcn and Lowney's candies, ever brought to Lancaster. DAINTY. DELICATE, DELICIOUS 5 ft. nf Hie Wliellier It l enst nf meat nr beeailM' hii elmneetl, the fuel lHles ! are enlllitf remains that tre per ivtil le-i- aunt Hiaii lliey l III n 11 mri ajT". Ttal Is made by the reeettl ilMat) ('tilled Staliw lieimrtniiHit nf Atrliill Hire. illetnr) reHiril Ill IliN sure) .'.S eiich eneruis a MliiMl nf 7 Irnlil l.ti'i fiimllles nml were enlle-te- l "n liisHlUtlutw In I'! statei. Sixteen uiillniialltliH. ainl man) a were n'pre-iiiliil- . uhI lnitlH-- i eri also tilth urban and ruml ereai-Je"i. .h'rnti riy "Well that's enough to try the pa ,,w,t fW,rl ruWe. CHirt yur the country w,fr "wtead as Julnl Slt sr.il minister, as he threw aside the Iweal 1'it'l Hie iHibin muli-- w liter to pre- ,vaper "Why. what's the trouble, kiM t. kse taWnK up Tn);itlli" substnnre from icet- sent Ibe "Ijjst Sunday ,l .. . i m ttlitr Itifn li If I ii I , i.liinll dear?" nskeil hts wife. .trenched frnni the text, "lie ye. It slnwlr iimi rnir- k lileiv unit Family Juris are Nke iiWse manufully In Hie fit. Winn Hie union N therefore, steadfast." unsweml the " tin bent anil limwn koihI man. "but the printer make it factures! In a pottery. It is too diftrailer Hie onion. Ktlrrlns It nil Hie time In rend. "He ye there for bretkft4 " ficult t keep the Mt! on. pri'w-ii- t ,iM tlm milk or - I.tx Nnifele Times. Imnilns. Me hImi talk in their sleep shmiM ntlier llillll nlnl brine the marry women wh are hard af hear-nir- . ., wiiip tn Hie boll i and sene jxtiireil . " il They eon't read the Mps in the brend. If di- - It ISI. t 1 he lOSt ', omt a pliie of Irtil, espeelnlly If nn milk Is usiM, j dark. wild Upkeep. "lirlnklf Hie tKit iri'iieriMi-l- y . PrtCM tttA Lat til UftLJiaxa tia it U nr .MiieriiMli crntiil A New York jury recently award clatwwl kll wp M , Rn. f e., wuwnn $10,000 fur the decrease in thr yii e af the hs4e In : (lei;. The latest court declstow. thp ,6Uk.hnulj AVOID BREAKAGE OF JARS assembled by Cine and Cummwitt, woman, rem show the value of If the nalMMts af Ue mirth evr On lint plate cold Jar, either pietely smbleil as kard tWir arSMnnl tlwy will lllliil nr uiiMlleil, In tmt wtili r. 10.000 Lets h.lH Hl if i ht if LhrlHa In lint 1)1 a Ce Imf Jar Ira rob) S&.tMM jn Arms i tViJM e4ltltinc lit re up nnln. water ao.ooo, llmr I Si tint merpark Jars uhlrli We often ftud fault with peple . .. Niwv U.000 lire tn be pnMVeil. Sunn ji'ihI-netKyes. It 1 1 11.000 U0.000 whH We sfcotild our )1latliy like enrn. piuiipklii lima biiuia and "Wtvt mlnlnes, It'a a hard matter te find MO.OOO irvstiMd. ilraken htsirt swell in I'nek bralrw in a hend if iud Almighty s t only tn within bull nf $ 170,000 dhln't KU nn there. tnp. s This teaehes us that u I In not altnw lira ft nf tnbl n:r C,U1" r,, fnends take peeulnr de- wife shubl be ntven at least n murh In strike Jars wlati Hie) are " rrnckniK jokea nt the expense eare and attention a an automobile iv ih I frntn the iiiiiiht tountrv people, but when they The wire ball shniilil ihiI lit Ih. wan t" sp. nil a week it two in com i i. mt i an s,t uti the ft .e tlier. Ilslillv nr llie r will IuvhW when He either plete s.ifi'v from banditry they inHie leter Is fnritil dnwu. n'rint. i i ftufrtu'l Alt new jari. sbniild Ii tern vanabl) lute fur tlie ia! irras is nr he isn't m Urir IS uMrtt'Mt" 1 Onion Soup Without Meat. S I'lnti milk, txlf Uut- often shelters stnnll lr - or (tihrr f.u. milk, r tr aleno or anj tilf (deft. lr ttenceof , rm i 1 ri-i- Ina-ti- ; rui-ese- Its The It. h.. , (,il s etel . mie-tiu- Jr re-n- n -- Ursl-rhis- I'1 - da. M'reil liefnre lisln. Tn till II. put tin III Itl rnli! water Mlltl lent In enter Ibelil lll.l lilillU t In a boll. l'lilled States Hunt nf AL'rleiillure li-wr- ACID REMOVES ZINC STAINS Iih-iiI- I ti'U HAVE OUK 4 a I les. s ft V Made last night, received this morninfj, sold this evening. Daily Orders by Express. We know your sweetheart But we wont tell If you will buy her a box of candy That we have to sell. 4 I 2 S t- w ; k i Cheaper than usual, better than was. FRUITS, CAKES AND NUTS IN ABUNDANCE. 3 I'rmit h iltueiwrj of .Msl nf tbew fiuull letiirtl" It uliliwri Hint lat iw man iimt nf ear tln 4T lii) was in i itits. Ultli an iimtiiih' return in fiiMi lte nf IWSH inlnrli. 11 mil-Il;Kt KniiiiH fat. nml iu erMHt ittriHilijiilraii'. Tbee are In fairly elie neenril with the dletiirv Miiiiilanls ordinarily Itl ilUl'll'slnL -- W'b pmhli'tlis nf k'ell ml nutrition. pur A enlHiriiii nf I lie fiMMllifT fHtnllli-- s wllh Hie IiiimiI lo Hie aimiHlils nf Hie snwi' fiMil piirebai'il liy list tamlUiw alv'ii )tirs III lnis HhiI Ibe uliH.illlt nf HuntHlmilltin'h MHeriean diet ba deereud ht tent, mid Hie muniiiil nf era In prndllils about II 'r tent. I'inp!e are eutlni: iiMire nrtlk, Inilter mid ilieese t tin ll tin) were two ilifinl- iKit, for Ibe iimiiiint nf ilulry pniliuis rfliistiiiied has Inert iisih) nl.oiit ll i r rent. I'nlir per fiit Innre eKelllble and H per eent inore fruit Is eaten now. bnblls unSome Imllt blunt fo-i-l bin. doubtedly mill in be corn-eied- . Juiliilne by bes simile. It seems fair lo inmlilde Hint Hie ini raire diet rcl'is to Im' iiiliipmle. Metal Should Be Scoured With Djth rick and Kerosene, Wished and Wiped Dry. .Ine tlarki'iis wlili ui-- , luit limy be hrlttlitenitl by the ue nf scmiriT" Zinc mi lliMirx. miller stnvi'i, ami In like plares, hliniilil nllli luilli brick mid kiTiieiie, wiislnil nml rinvil wllh wali-r- . ainl wlp.il ilry. .Ine nu tables, nr uliirexer likely In In I'niitart with f im I, sliniibl In seminil Willi balli lirli k and water Aeld. as In lin'Knr nr Ii iihui JuUv, may Ih iiii tn remove slallix nu xlue, but sbniild be tliorniiclily wuslieil olT; olbentlse. ery snon. Ibe zinc, will liirnlsliiiKiilli aeree . l. f"l THANKS One of the moat pleasing privileges of the year is the extending to you of our (sincere thunka and appreciation for your patronage and friendship in 1920. it is , irm llj:-ur- e l' m tld l 'si It has been more than generous, and a pleasure to us to give public recogMay the best in life be yours. , Aound jfie House AW Slip u lliilnble on llie end of Hie nir tuln riwl wben putllni: It Hiroucli the I'uriulti. s nition of the fact. ( i Goodloe & Walker Bros. Cheese parel llilal), siniiiriil wllh i.iul wrupped In u tluth wll keep soft u a cool place. butter The Central Record. Lancastei , Ky., Thursday Dec 23, 920 1 We beg to announce the opening of our new Warehouse for Opening Sale, JAN. 4th, Sell Your Tobacco at Planters and Growers Tobacco Warehouse STANFORD STREET. LANCASTER, K ENTUCKY. Same Efficient and Courteous Treatment The House with Exclusive Northern Lights. to small and large growers. Our Slogan "Sell Your Tobacco on Lancaster Market." JOE P. KELLEY, Floor Mgr. lU'CKKYi: Mr. JAKE GRAW, Starter. Mr W. A. SPEITH, Manager. olnsville, were Sunday guests of Mr. nnd Mr. J. Mognn Ilallard. Mr. Chas .F .Rankin wa the guest a few day last week of Mr. and Mr. Sam Helm of Moustonville. The friend of Mr. J. II. Ruble, of Danville, but formerly of this place, wore greatly shocked when new came that he died very sudden- iy. Mr. and Mr. Haydon Leavel, of Ijincaster, ."pent the week-enwith Mr- and Mr. Robt. Rankin and family. Mis Jane Howling, of K, C. W. Danville, is spending the Xmn holiday with her parent, Mr. and Mr. G. A. Rowling. Mis Amy Dawes, who is attending i Georgetown College spending Xmas holidays with her parents, Rev. and Mr. Ii. A. Dawes. Rev. Holder, of lleroa tilled his regular appointment at the Grove Church and wn the guest Sunday of Dr. ami Mr. S. C. Rose. Merdaino II. II. Ilroaddu, Mis Lottie Ilroaddu. Messrs JelT Malcomb and Archehald Ilroaddu wore in Danville shopping Saturday. Misses Ruth Ilroaddu anil Kate Holtzclaw of lluonn Vista nnd Mary Hello Halcomb wore the guest Wednesday night of Mis Lottie Ilroaddu. Mr. and Mr. O. M. Morrland and Master James llourbou Moreland and Mis X.illah Dawe attended the Al. Fields' minUtrel at Lexington d - and Mr. Hi'1 w,,r' 1,1 Danville Monday. Mr. Oscar Ray Cnrtr Here for tw weelw. Mm. Ponnolw .Uy ih Uincaster Mr and Mr. daughter visited homo from pcnt n' with Mrs. Jim Witt. It. W. Sander and relative in Nicho-Inssillo Mr and Mr Geo. Drown for holiday Mr. Wm. Wet, of l.ancator, pent Thursday with Mr Taylur Itaney nt hi farm here. Mr. I.ee llruwn. of llurkoyo spent Friday niKht nml Saturday, with Mr. and Mr .Itoht. Ijiyuin. Milton Mr Ward Mr. C. It. r Henry, and children wore with ent. the Xrna Herbert Mitchol fulfilled hi Saturday niht appointment with Mis Smih at Crab Orchard usual Mr. Colonl Mammon. Mime MarMae Mammons spent tha IIhiI, Ml Sun ilay afternoon with Misses Kthel and Mary lliiimnuni. - Ijin-enste- Sunday. will Price. f l.autuvtllo, Rev. preach here Sunday. Jnn. 2nd. nt II o'clock A. M. spending the Mm lleulnh May Nina holiday with, her rother, Mr. Nuru May nt Wllmurc. I'nif. nn.I Mr. Cranflll left Satur-da- y for n visit to their apront, near Ijiwrenceburg and Frankfort. Ky. Mr. Wm. Parker and two little Mr. and Mm. Ray Noel and daughspent Saturday night anil Sun-tin- y hh. of Someret, after a vNit with ter with Mr. and Mr. Jasper .Void Mr. and Mr. Sutton have returned to their home. In Madison. Mr. and Mr. W.m Ijiiic, ami litMr. anil Mr. R. W. Sander. Mr. Snllle Noel and tle iniii, Kltu, Mbwes Flonnie Mae, Norn Tenter. MU were vititor Sun-tin- y Kthel Ray spent Monday in l.oxing-tun- . Mini Snvnnah of Mr. and Mr. Hiram Pendleton of Uincnster. There uai a law crowd at the Our chool which Xmin tree on Thursday evening at in taught by the Huokeyo High School building. Mis Kvn Merriman doted at noon' The ropgrnm wn good and every Friday. The pupil were treated on wan candy and four prize given, (a il one enjoyed it. Santa (Mail vor dollar each) to Misses Flonnie' there with prixuHU for all the Mne Ijiiio, and Dorothy lloazloy, Master Karl ami Hill llakor for not month,' h ilay of the six CUV Mis Merriman I a line teacher nml unanimously liked by the patron Mr. 'L T. Itlce, of Richmond, spent and scholar. In the spring Mis Sunday hero. Merriman will loach a two month Mr. J. P. Foley ban been 'iitU- HI school. the pant week. M I t Alice Yantta wn u hopper In I t.AT WOODS Danville Saturday. Mr. Wm. Sutton wa tlio guest the wtt week end of Ml Fannie Stition of Crab Orchard. Mr. and Mr. Coy Foley, of Hack-ley- , were vwitnrn Tuesday night of Mr. ami Mr. Jake Foley. Jlk Dorothy llonzlcy i spending the Xma holiday in .Somenet with her father, Mr. Wm. Ilenxley. friend It wn My Whit Hi Thought About It. a beautiful summer night little Ihijt mill I nt on the balcony Ilk-ti- anil looked off Into space when- - thoulimn; llk.t sand of tiny miIiiIn of t Jewel. Donald wn MIcnt. nnd a I wondered hnw the beauty of the cone affected him. I llnnlly Inquired; "Of whnt doe It remind you. onr "Why, It' Just like an old tin pan punched full of hole." Chicago Ilornld and Uxnmlr.er. A House of HtarU. A "hearty home l that of the wtf of n doctor In California. The table, lieiirt-diniie- chair, etc.. In fact, all the furniture dl of theHmllnr houo are The owner' bed ha a heiirt-haieheuillioard supported on both tddoa by bedpost coned to represent Cupid' arrow-- . The heart haed head-ttonIn decorated with a heart-lmHpicture frame In which two nliKel embrace each other I The remarkable house I mimed the "Pericardium." which mean the membrane enclosing the heart and the great blood easel. sl For Up-To-Da- tc Mr. real Hick, Mr. Danville who improving. ('. It. Henry wa a Itoht. i Tueday. Uyton, Wednesday. Plumbing, Heating, Guttering, Roofing, j hat boon in viUor i Ynntl wan a visitor Fri-la- y llnscom Pelphroy. Ml llerthu Mae Noe, of Mnd!on visiting her aunt, Mr. Ilobt. l.ny-to- Mr. J. I.. of Mr. n. Mr. and Mr. John Unborn, and family moved the l.'lth., to the Tay lor Itaney farm. Miiact Mollle and Kthel llarnc were recent vUltor of Mine I.ucy and Nolle Turner. Mary Brown it with her par Ml Mr. C. II. Sutton spent Sunday j , with Mr. John Smith. Reynold i in Dau-- j Mr. Thiima ville for a few day. , Mi Katolla Mammack has return-- ; od to Jackson, Mich. MIm Kthel Mammons is at home for the Nmas hididay. Mr. Klmor Mall spent Sunday afternoon with Mr, John Smith. Mis Jenniu Mammnrk, I at home from lleroa to spend the holidays. Mr. and Mr. Wil Parson tpent the day Sunday at Mr. John TiUum. Mli KM n a Mitchol la at home from lleroa College to tpond the holiday. Repairing, and all kinds of I ed metal safety cans, and should 'KVKIt be kept in open roceptnelo. WARNINGS FOR THE HOMES Kvcry year in America many children are burned to death by fire ,. .T ,,y oi DC QIUQ from Christ maw candles. U IS DO NOT decorate your Christmas tree with paper, cotton or any other only, and intlnmmable decoration wt the tree securely so that the chilSAFETY FIRST dren in reaching for thing cannot Warnings For Slorrs, Churches, tip It over. DO NOT use cotton to represent llaxaars, F.lc. jsnuw. If you must have snow use powered mica or asbestos fibre. DO NOT permit children to light Holiday fire in Uihj placen while or relight the candle.--, while parent tilled with people are usually caust. I.itfht inllammahlc decora-tion- t are not present. They frequently make fire onsy to spread. A set tire to their clothing instead. match, a i:a llame, or an electric Klcctric illumination is safer. DO NOT I.KAVK MATCHES tlofoct, may do it. WATCH OAS JKTS. decoration within reach of children nt Holiday may be blown against them ami a time. Candle are meant to lie lighted, ami if the children ran get fire started. WATCH SMOKKItS; do not matches they will exneriment with They imitate their elder. mit them to li:ht ci:ar, pipe, or (thorn. ciKaretto. while inside the buildinc I DO NOT nllow tree to remain building after the holidays. lilleil with holiday shopper or while The tree itself Ignite readily when around decoration, etc. Do not iniike any change in elec- needle have become dry. A large usually occur in tric wire, device., ilr appliance, number of fire without consultint; a competent elec- JANUARY from thi cause. A House of Merriment i bettor trician. See that the lire eAtinjuishcrc than a House of Mourning. JOHN J. CRAIG. Auditor. are in good order nnd in provr place. Do not allow- fire cxtinmi-ikhe- t J. A I.. STKVKNKAMP. Chief to be placed on the lloor, in Auditor. place. closet, or in them on the wall in plain Hani: IMYANTSVIl.LE view. . See that the nozzle, etc, to Mr. J. Hogim Ilnllnrd wa In Lexappliance are in good ington Friday shopping. condition and in working order. Mr. D. F. Rankin wa in LexingDo not pile boxes, crate, etc., on ton Saturday on ubsines. stairway or in front of window, exit, or on fire ecnpe. Keep the Miss Mayme Lee Ilallard nnd Mr. wore In Lexington aisle clear of obstruction. Ilofore Roy Campbell cloMm: the (tore. shop, mill or fnc- - Saturday. tory at night, go over the entire Mr. Clias. F. Rankin was the guest building to see that everything is Friday night of Mr. II. M. Malcomb, afc from lire. and family. Provide for the disposal of waste Mi Stella Mae Grow and Mr. paper, trash, etc., in N, T. Grow wore in Danville Satur HOLIDAY . BULLETIN netlCr 10 Than Sorry e - Do-pu- ty Iio-h- n receptacle. Tin Work SKE OR PHONE P, B Lancaster, Ky. and tiood Work Quick Servic Protect lloor under and about stove anil furnaces, with brick, ceHe careful ment, or sheet metal. nut to have stove nnd furnace cloe to woodwork. Spittoon should be of metal or other malcriul, and should never contain tuwdust. Gasoline and other volatile oil should never bo kept In building., except In small quantities In approv day shopping. Tuesday. Mattie Coulter entertained Sunday the following guests: Mrs. Kthel Herkole, Mis Myrtle Campbell, Messr Andy Croushorn nnd Joe I). Gosncy. Mr, and Mr. Wm. Lear, of near Friday in entertained honor of Master Jame Lear Ite.e, ' it being hi .1th. bin Inlay. Quite a number of relative were there and a number of present wire received by Master Rose. Mis lat Mcs.tr II. 11. Halcomb and W. J. Don't Fool With Dynamite. Ilroaddu wore in Nicholasville Mon Neor tell a woman that she carriv day on buslnoiu. her age Hell ami, a )ou alu your Mesdame C. M. Dean nnd A. 11. life, never tell her that he dtwsu't. Swupo wore guest of friend in lloslon Transcript. Nlcholnsvillo Monday. Th -- Stvtn W. llryant, Mr C. M. Tliu "teven teas" iiiean (ho wor!4 Deun and Mis Kliza Iton were in and refer to tho I'aclilc, Atlantic, Arc-.- ' Danville shopping Thursday. tic and Indian oceans, aud the Mr. and Mr. K. 11. Klder, of Nidi- China and North teat. Mr. J. S," i T he r antral Record. Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday. Dec 23, 1920 upsra? ti . Mam i i . v vVoi . m...K( mrhcti.N Kv'M , i pMqu ii i Ti w 1 I 1 lie Market Opens at This House WE PROPOSE TO CARRY OUT THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM: GIVE SQUARE DEAL. GIVE EFFICIENT MANAGEMENT. GIVE CORRECT WEIGHT. GIVE COURTEOUS TREATMENT. NO FAVORITES WILL BE SHOWN. SMALL CROPS AS ACCEPTABLE AS LARGE ONES. UNLOADING BY TURN bTRICTLY ENFORCED. HOUSE ROOM FOR 125 WAGONS. STALLS FOR 250 HORSES. ONE DRIVEWAY RESERVED FOR TRUCKS. Garrard Tobacco W'hse Co. Incorporated s the Mrs. J CAMPBELL STREET, LANCASTER, KY. this month and school will begin on Miss l.enler Murphy was the guest Jan. 3rd., with I'rof. llrown of Saturday night ami Sunday of Mist people in this vicinity an The as principal. Osic Hill. through butchering hogs. Itev. l'eel fulfilled his last appoint-meMiss Thclma Wheeler returned to at Pleasant Hill Saturday night COY her home Sunday afternoon. and Sunday. Mr. Harrison Itay was the guest of Miss Agnes Simpson was the Mr. Sim ltay is very ill at this Mr. Elmer lEiiy Saturday night. guest Thursday night of her siter, writing. Klijali Mr. and Mrs. McMillian .Mrs. Ktfie Simpson was the guest' Mrs. Dan Kay. .pent the day Sunday with relatives. Mr l.ucien Clousc of Kings Mill, Tuesday of her sister. Mr. L. Cobb. A few load of tob.irco have hren Mr. and Mrs. Dan Hay were the Ohm. is visiting hi parents, Mr and taken to Lexington front this vicinguest- - Sumiay of Mr an Mr. Kdl Mrs. Jim Clouse. ity. ' Moberlc Mr Vincent Sparks of Indianin, Mr. and Mm. H.ram Lund und rhildten were with relatives Saturday night. Mr. ntn! Mr. Ilumer Itay icn'. Sunday evumng with .Mr. and Mrs, Powell Dalle.. Miss Maud Colin ami cousin of Madis'tn sptnt a few .a) with Mr. AIKe Keynotd last week. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Te.itcr, Mr. .wd Mr, tlomer itay were in Lancaster Saturday shopping. Mimes Allene McCu'lej and Jess. el Jtay were week-enquests of Mr. ' und Mrs. Clarence McCulIey. Misses liirn.ee and lless.c Teater .pent a delightful weck-enw.th Mis Jessie Myrtle fsebelle. Mr .and Mrs. Carl Moherley entertained Stinda M. .ma Mr-- . W.IL.u Mnilcy and son. Master Clay McCul ley, Mr. and Mrs. V.". T Mobcrln Mr .Powell Dailey and Karl Dai-leMisses Itcrt Dailey and Theliua Wheeler were in Lxington Friday, They came hack to Lancaster and pcnt the nihgt with Mr and Mrs. Tdarse Wheeler Tay-lorsvi- le n, 1 WOLF TRAIL BIVE SUBSTANTIAL u There is a pleasure y, in giving as well as receiving Urn l'eel united them in tliur marriage Miss Klitaheth Itentley ha)' return-Jefrom Danville. Also Mitt Kliia-- j Mr and Mrs Ike Duncan and chilMr Mrs. Itmneti Locker pent from Tuesday until Wednes- dren. Misses Ida Speke and Jessie held Walker t be with the home with Mr. and folk fur XniM. day with Mr. ami Mrs. Coleman Kent spent Sunduy V. (I. Preston and family at Mr Lirker. Mrs. Sarah liucknor ant! duugti-'ter- . Miss Chastine have taken rwonts Mr. and Mrs. Iluford Crow and Mtsso Arleigh Matthews and Mat-ti- e with Mrs Iturkner's daughter. Mrs. huby spent from Saturday until Sunlleulah Cobb urre the guests ;. M. Treadway. day with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Saturday of Mr. and Mrs. Silas MatJim Clousc Mrs. Jat CarlMe. of CatamUa thews and family nnd attended the M s ilentrire Adams and Mr. Jus-pe- r and Mrs. John White. f Nkhttlas-villChristinas tree at (Junns Chapel. were guests of Mrs. It. (5. Smith united in the Holy Bond Mrs. Amanda Clouse ami family, Woods last wek. of wedlock at Pleasant Hill Sunday Mr and Mrs. Coleman Locker, Mr. Mabel and ( I race Hal', ni l Mrs Jatre Matthews and rhll-- spentMls.esweek the end in (.ouisvtllr, visn wire the guest ef Mr. and Christine Mrs Aarmi Simpson and family re iting their cousins, .Ms llurk and brothers cently Mi Alma Lear and Mr Ton Hurnam, Major and Mrs. Davidson, IW1NT LICK wil 'penri Xmas with Mr. and Mrs Mrs. Luther (!lhht spent Monday W. KhIiI Allen at Winchester. with Mrs, H S. Francis. Misses Ava McWhorter, Cora llrj-an- t Mr and Mrs J. 11 Woods and famand Flna L'nderwood, Messrs Wllie Kogers. William Italtton and ily have moved to Mr Jim (iuyn is able to be out af- Morns Todd attended the American Legion shsiu in Itlchmend Wednester an illness of several days. nihgt. Logan West i at home from day Mr. and Mrs. (Illle Iloin have met-ii- l llcre.l College for the holidays. to their new home recently purThe schools at Paint Lick and chased from N W. Ctdson. Mr. ai4 Manse have closed until Jan. 3rd. Mrs. lioian are not strangers to this Mrs. II J. Patrick it able to be rommunit), hating lived here tw out after a severe case of tunsilitis. years ag Mr Itoian will manage Itev Skaggs will move to the Hap-lis- t the mill ar feel huines of Mr. parsonage the first of the month. Tom Todd at this plare returned! Mrs. It. M Lear has from n vsit to her sen, at Mtddlrs- XMAS SEALS guest of his parents, Mr. and l F ..nil evr-nln- Spark. ; I e. - GIFTS give Gifts that will be useful Why not and ' boro, Mr and Mrs. Tom Todd have moved to their old home place nivir Wal-laceto- n Use Thorn On Gifts MT. HEBRON Hog killing is about over in Oils ' J WE HAVE SILK SHIRTS. SILK TIES. SILK SOXS, locality. Mru. I'eachie (Irow spent last week with her aunt. Mrs. E. F Scott. Mis Ulllnn Duncan, who has been quite ill with pneumonia is improv- Intc. SILK HANDKERCHIEFS ' In all the newest and smartest styles and colors. AND HELP THE POOR TUIJER-CULAMr and Mrs. K. K. Hstriilge and 'i'liiily have moved to their farm, SUFFERERS. ,.mr Manse. Mrs. Sarah Itucknvr, who has been Christmas Seals fur everybody real sick is some better at this writ-n- will I on sale in all parts af Kentucky during December. The seals Mr Itay (Silher. was in Lexington are one cent each. Fridaj atten ling State Teachers' The sale of Christmas seals in meeting. Mr conducted every year during the few Mr. II. It. Montomery bought of llr. Hose his farm of M acres for Mrs. Maud Morris jf IlryiinUvill Kjienl :t pHrt of last week with l.ir .sister, Mr. Chas. Duncan Hcv. Manly of Georgetown, ful filled hi; appointment here Salur-dnnfternoou nnd Sunday Mr .and Mrs. Thus. Hicks and I t tlu daughter, were guest Sunda of Mr. and Mm. II. It. Montgomery Mr. and Mrs. Sam Duncan f III' j;ln were here Sunday ifternooii to Lilian Dum.i iee their nelre, Mi Mrs. Clarence Nuylor enterUtued I 4t number of relative Sunday at ilm I tier in honor of her husband's 21st.' UMBRELLAS, TRUNKS, TRAVELING BAGS, SUIT Field White of Detroit, was weeks just before Christmas. The with his sister, Mrs. It. C. Woods ' Kentucky Tuberculosis Association '! the Mercer Ited Cross are con- last Saturday , 1,10 l0' " ",u"u' Miss Sadie Italston arrived the dlu',,,,K first of the week to spend the holi- at home Mrs. S. A. Long is at home after several weeks with her parents, who have been very ill. Mrs. II. J. Chestnut and children have returned from a visit to friends r' HlomiriKton, I ml. Itev Young has returned from a visit to Lewis County. Mis. Young '',',llc,''' "' ' to light tuber-day- s CASES. SWEATERS and lots of other useful gifts for HIS Xraas Presents. Why not make your Xmas present u culosi... Kvery Chriitmas scat you buy helps to take care of a case of tuberculosis, or to prevent the dU-ras- People in the cities nnd towns bu nnd use these tuhnrculosii Christ-innSeals to it great extent. Nearly "tverybody uses them to seal their s PHONOGRAPH? WE SELL THE WONDERFUL WESTROLA'. stayed fur u loner visit. See and hear it and get our prices and terms. anniversary. On next Sunday morninc all thei members of the Sunday School ure requested to be present as this will tie promotion day. ML Hebron Sunday School sent u fcox of qullt. pillow canes, towels, tiose, a all of randy etc, to Kentucky HajiliJt Children's Home last week. The Mt. Hebron consolidated mi thool building has been completed ind will be dedicated the ilOtli. of IHE A. T. Big Store Scott & Son, Props. Mr aii'I Mrs. l'nderwood, Miss Edna l'nderwood and M Morris Todd were In Itichmund Monday Mr Fred Hall spend Saturday and Sunday in Stanford, with his sister, Mrs, W. P, lluchanon nnd father. Mr and Mrs. Deney Wm. of Smlthtield are ursts of his sister, Mrs, It, J Walker and Mr. Walker, lloyd Coldiron has rented the irooms recently located by Mr, nnd Mrs. K. E. Estride over the Estridge I .tor. I Mrs j for Tvtfis, where she will spend .'inus with her sons, John and Ar. l', loft f I.... letters during the Christmas and New Year season. The seals alsa help make Christmas packages more attractive. It is estimated that there are ease of tuberculosis in Kentucky today, and almost 1,00(1 persons die of tuberculosis, in the state every year. The proceeds of the Christmas seals are usd to tako care of these caies and to prevent other cases. Whether you want to buy Christmas seals or not, if you want to know anything about tuberculosis and how to light it in your neighbor hood write to the Kentucky Tuberculosis Association, call on your Health Department or the Health Nurse nnd they will gladly give you the Information. The Central Record, Lancaster Ky.. Thursday Dec 23, 1920 wmmm t Old Reliable 9 9 a 9 m i l f e n e m s o a e ii mm LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. week or so, DRUG STORE. , i i o o a 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 PACK-AGBEARING OUR COPYRIGHTED SIGNATURE. 'PRICE $2.00 PER OUNCE. ADDRESS ALL ORDERS TO E L. WHAT ARE YOUR CHANCES OF SUCCESS? Do You Step KELLEY & OSMSAtttOXO SONS 11 I ! Out With Snap And Vigor? Are You Able To Get Tilings Done? Willi Thin. Mrs. V It. Henry and little James anil Mrs. It. ! Davidson, Milton Henry were with Mr and Mrs. (iuy Davidson and friends Saturday two sons of Lancaster and James YanMrs. Alfred I'oynter nnd children tis, Esq,, were guests Sunday at a were visitors Saturday of her mother, nix o'clock dinner of Mrs. Carrie Da Mrs. (ireen I'oynter. vidson and Mr and Mrs. Win. Sut Mrs. Carrie Davidson was the truest' ton, Saturday night of Mr. and Mrs. Cuy' Davidson, of (.anrastvr. Mr Milton Ward was a visitor, Sunday afternoon of Mr. and Mrs. ' James I.urwley Yantis.. Mr and Mrs. Ilaseom I'clphrey and laughter. Nellp attended the show rropU Wk Hlood llav-- A Saturday night at Uuieiuter. j Hard Til.. Thy Take rpl.Mangan. Of It. Should Mrs. Holmun llrown nnd Miss Kvui Merrimnn spent from Saturday until Monday with Richmond friends. Mrs Tom y McROBERTS ' I of your health. Look at the So much depends on Jmvlnn red hlood. If you stand up in front of your work sys-tehlood with you lire standing m your own wny. Yu re blocking your own fct half-starv- "r nt prHgres. Thin blood makes you dull. It makes you pale. You take no enjoyment out of your work. It I only half ai good as it should be. You can remedy that condition so easily. Ilegin taking that line tonic, today and keep up for Your blood will become awhile. makes red nourihed. hlood coipuscles. You will get energy and strong power of resistance. Instead MaiuluiK In your own way, you will puali yourself abend because of greater vitality. Hut be sure you get the genuine It la put up in both PeptoMaiignn, Ak for liipiid and tublet form. "(Judc'a" and be sure that the uamo It on the package. The tablet or the liquid have the same medical vnlue. (Advertisement.) Pcpto-MnngnPepto-Mnngan GUY. (Delayed.) Mr. Jake Foley lint purchased a Win. week Chevrolet Aulo. Mrs. Hubert Yater visited Mrs. (triggs Tuesday. Mr. Harry l. It ice apent the end in Richmond. Mrs. (Jreen I'oynter is on the to speedy recovery. The many friends of Mrs. Wulker will regret to hcur she again. road IVm. is ill Yantis and Miss A Hie (Delayed ) Meeting"' Yantk enjoyed the "Alt-slaFriday night a banquet was at the Christian Church Sunday. given at the hotel in honor of the Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tuttle and foot hall team. After enjoying a Mia I'nysie Itunells were Sunday vis very delightful supper a business itors of Mr nnd Mrs. A. N. Menda. j meeting wns held to elect a new enp-taiAfter nominating Hamilton Mr. and Mrs. .Milton Ward and Mrs. Cox and I'nul Stapp, the votes were Sunday C. It. Henry had for their Kimt, Mr. It. H. Ward, of Madison.) east in favor of Cov. We think Cox will make a splenMr and Mrs. I.ee llrown of Huck-- . e. were entertained Sunday at tho ; did captain nnd loader but regret giving .up lloltzclaw, who has led his home of Mr. and Mrs. Itoburt me through a successful season. AfThe sale of Mr. Robert (iriggs Sat- ter several short talks by Meir urday was quite a success, A large Davidson, Klkin nnd the Conches the attendance and everything rob! very meeting adjflurned. well. Our Foot Hall season proving to hc Mr. and Mrs. Ollle Craliam audi sueh a success and so strengthening with1 baby spent the past week-ento the hoys, who played, we think Mr. and Mrs. Milo Simpson, of l.ni- that a continuation of Athletics in the caster. I -- Hints tor High School nUo would Mrs. Wm. Parker nnd two sons,! prove to be just as helpful. Masters Walter and Glenn, of Somcr-- J A Gymnasium is greatly needed in set are visiting Mr. ami Mrs. Wm. the school. It would be of great Sutton. benefit to the girls as is ell us the Mr. nnd Mrs. Wm, Sutton attend-- e men through a successful season, af-e- n I a delightful dinner Sunday given the students physically but also by Miss Fannie Sutton of the Crab help in their school work by keeping Orchard road. them mentally alert. Mr. nnd Mrs. Robert Griggs have We nre now Hearing the end of the moved to Lancaster nnd have rooms with Mr.'and Mr. Wm. Itainey on first half of our school term and l'rof, lloyd, our new superintendant, has Stanford street. proven himself very popular with all Mr. and Mrs. Robert Yater and Under his leadership Master Fred Griggs, of 1'alnt Lick, the pupils. some very good work has been acwere dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and complished. The thing appreciate. I Mrs. Wm. Griggs. most by the scholars ia hi introducC. It. Mrs. Milton Ward. Mrs. tion of athletics In the school, Henry and children spent the day Wu are in need of a basket ball Monday with Mr. nnd Mrs. Wm. Clark team and it It thought we will have of tho Lexington road. Mrs. Carrie Davidson left Wednes- one soon. Miss WcMovcr has been visiting the day afternoon for Tulsa, Okla., to spend the winter with her ton, Mr. grades of I Ilia school for the past d J Lancaster School Notes We are very glad to an- tiun to he taken with his foot. The nounce that she has found extremely man said. "That wns a lazy trick, I'll few cases of diseases in the school. give you a quarter to do something The High School has been looking lazier." "Just put the quarter in my f;owey r.r-.- r forward to her visit of our grades nnd pocket," said Paul. fii ihKinsjMUfni, oi r vt t regretted the announcement that she lull, r Trtfri. The sophomore English class is Don't bee on diourag I would not be in our department until rapidly. When Miss Robin iu othrf tfftmrnis un after Christmas. Huni'tSlhircltcvrJ son called on a girl to compare the dedt of such rse. Yxin"t y 9tk on our replied, sing-s- ang Class of the The Junior verb sing, she quickly Try It t our ruk TODAY. PHcrt High School is preparing to orgnnizc song. for a few special reasons. A High STORM MS nitt'C, STORE Home classes prefer automobSchool banner would be a tine ad- ile.-, but the sophomore's in our dition to the possession of the high Crnsnr chits prefer the old fashioned The shortage of houses will not school and an attempt will bo made "ponies." worry Mr. Harding during the next to hold the class together and have' one of the largest Senior Classes next Senior troubles Fierce lessons, laic four years. He Is perfectly satisfied. hour, unexpected company, nothing year that lias ever left the school. When we all make a practice of , prepared, kicked out. i We hope to show the people of the studying local conditions instead of community that the L. It. S. is a proLatest reports from Ireland in- I complaining we'll soon find them gressive institution. dicate that the dove of peace has more to our liking. Why not? Rev. Hudson gave a splendid talk gone on a tear. We believe it. in chapel Tuesday morning. t Foreigners come to this country' The second number of the Lyceum CARDUI HELPED I'ourie will be here Dec. H7th. The is a milk ami first number proved to be a splendid honey. It i'. but they soon learn REGAIN STRENGTH entertainment, nlthough there was a ' that it requires something besides very small audience. We nre asking m. and h. to fill an empty stomach, i the community to put this course over strong. The proceeds will go to the Floors Called tor and Delivered Akkuna Lady Wm Sick For Tfaret benefit of the school library. From a masazlne: "I ulty We Years, Suffering Pain, Nerroas need Home new books and are sure woman who marries til in. as she will! llos--1 they will bo appreciated. This en- ' have to take In floors to scrub. ami Depressed Read Her ton Transcript tertainment will be up to the h Owb Story cf Recovery. standard which hns been well Knmelhlnn Urnnn With Him. proven for several years in Ijincaster. l not aldo speak, Cr.nl. tjz Red-pat- V - As Paul Stapp was Some coming to school the other morning he met a man that asked the way to Lexington. As I'aul had both hand in hi pocket, he just pointed the direr- - ""better DEAD bring back the sunshine take " desondcnt urd downhearted. To Life is n burden when the body is racked with pain. UverythinR worries and the victim becomes who A man, so to to bow to Ida own conscience every morning Is hardly In a condition to ralnt Roclr, Ala. Mrs. C M. Stesall, respectfully salute the world ut any of near hero, recently related the fob other time of the day. Douslaa Jowlne interesting account of her ro- 'Mcovcry: "I was la a weakened coa- dltlon. I was throe year In bed. Oangl Goes Another lllutlon. suffering a nreat deal of pain, wcali. A New York woman trli-in "oil j nervous, depressed. I was so weak, her husband w public auction hut , couldn't wall: across the floor: Jutt failed. Which mvhi to dlsproe tti hat! to lay and lny llttlo one4 do tho theory that women will buy ntt thing work. I wai nlmott diad. I tried Detroit I'reo ; eery thing I heard of, nnd a number of .ite. at an nueiinii doctors, tillll I dlJu t f. 't any relief. Press. I couldn't cat, mid slept HxrIy. I ! believo If I hadn't heard of and taktn riuin.itinn .JCarduI I would have died. I bought ten and benewdcni Pul. le Bft.p a MlBblae ,oIJ m9 Bx aoelntlnut for the gratilitoiw rnief of wj,j for jlcr j J Jr - Y, smelea of distress are pvenllnri of to Christianity ; mi other .jm eu-r- COLD MEDAL civil or rellKlmis them; they form Its highest and hnrneierlsile fentiin'. fulinii. .oliey Ima urlginateil prnl, J I - Baby's Cries Legal. of the city court of Buffalo j has ruled that the cries of n baby -Tht national remedy cf Hoi la it for ovet sre no legal resm for ousting u ten-200 yar; ll Is an enemy cf l". ptr.a ia nl nf mi nfiarlim.tit limit.. Tim unlv SIIBieOlB, suiting from kidney, llw.' ami utl ackl reason the compluliinnt coubl give una If you suffer as thenj women did, doubles. All imipplsis, tines Mes. It may help you, too. Hint the walls of the Infant "got on take Cardul. MSI lor tka . CbU MJal mi E 85 At all drujstJta. . her uer aaj Mcpt uo iuiulUn A Judge ! to eat and sleep, began to my .trengtU nnd ara now well strong. I haven't had any trou- I sure can tealKy to thu tdo sinco I don't Kood that Cardul did tue. think there Is n l etter tonlo mado I believe It saved my llfo." and For orcr 40 years, thousands of wo men have used Cardul successfully, In tho treatment of many womanly .., jjj Bj ... The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Dec 23 1920. JF1GE D EG 3E Sausage Hills L are valuable to you in your homo life, In your business affair, ami in your daily contact with mankind. It la the one door in Christendom which opens freely to all people alike. It is upon to you. WiM 1!2I see you , and is Intense-- ! amusing to the average per- -' son of common sense who reads the stuff. Hut, then, it's all in the daily! grind, and the reporter who doesn't turn out his grist is soon separated from the payroll. president-elect- more or less irritating to the ly Prime Cotton Seed there? Not Needed Here. ent decline in commercial acof hunger and are without Pumau, no funeral nervice were That Resolution. tivity. The country is under-- i proper clothing to protect them held nt the home, thec being conMaking any new resolutions from going a period of readjustthe severity of the winter ducted nt the grave in the Lexington this year? ment, which is quite necessary mouths. Hoforc summer is onietery Sunday afternoon at 2::i0 'clock, where the took Some make them by the and for the best, but the old with us xgain wholesale starva- placo in the family interment n lot. wholesale and break them as tion will stalk ship is not going to hit the abroad unless re('.tared in the obi South where the rocks, or even cruise in dan- fast as they are made. lief reaches them from the out- had u hual of friend, thi gentle. q Others manage to live fairly side world. aoduot, retlntsl woman devoted her ""i gerous waters. tS without making i.'iirMii, in., tiean ne iu Relief agencies are at work elf in the ervice and comfort of other. She. thought little of. lf nem a a"ing a nation of commercialists, and America is supplying most " resolution of the funds, but under the and win alway glad to do what he and perhaps it is true and to! I5ut thuro ' and the lie le of great bone- - most favorable conditions many couli to help her. brighten who knew rommercinlists' w,'i(-,our credit. f all around Thoae are rather keen on annexing ftt to every person in this com-- ! of these destitute people will Iter beit in life will not aoun forget 31 the coin of the republic, audi" not live to see the sunshine of the way he had of drnwing friend to hor ami holding them her uterbngj g ' of other countries, and arc not , another unriiur. r, personality. given to asking other People J"; ago we were all She wa a devout and connclenti- - ti ..tH0,VeLleaking of horrors of war. .1 , " 1" to support them in idleness. (.i.r..k UHi mainlwr nf Ik.. Mil..li.i , iimiuiin, .inn nve up to your re- Throughout coming the Ioday we are witnessing the and waa nluayo active in it nru-.-Tlie funeral service year we should utilize our notation. conditions that toi- - it by the local pastor were ei.hductHut if you are in sympathy if'1 of the Methoeqmmcrcial instinct to the full " rui0rt lw UP!n. with resolutions, go to church llt church of Lexington. She ost extent. aiiuriunii wits rigm. n ur nurvivod by two daughter. Mr. anyway. Our fertile soil is full of Hank lludaon, of Danville and Mn. We think nothing of pnyingl is hell. V. A. Farnau, of thi city and two wealth and all that is rutpiir from one to three dollars to mJ on. .Mmmm Kick Kennedy, of And We Laugh. ad is to reach down and dig it jf'ood show, k and we cough up! Vnldoitu, (iu., unil w Kennedy, (Hit. .Mr. Harding is holding many of Lexington. readily when the circuit comes Our factories, and our mills, to town. conferences with statesmen of and all of our varied enterDonahue It is worth the money, does a national reputation, presum-npriser are capable of vast proharm, and wo got a little en-- l ably with a view to selecting Mr. John Donahue, ngu SI year, duction of urticlos That are in joymunt out of it. Hut wo pay the members of his cabinet, died but week at the lato rcudence rtoiiiami the world over. That is nothing new. All about one mile from Danville, on the for everything we get. Lexington road. .Mr. Donahue wa We have more money than Hut the church is Ulff.nt n native of County Kerry, Ireland, vor before in our history, and There is no admission foe.; iiinl came to thi country mxt four is amusing are able to finance any under- I here is no sentry at the door to nut there an pastime.side year ago, and wa for many year this interesting taking. If John Smith, Tom .Joiiom, u reident of (iurrard County, where to demand a ucKel uelore you We have will power and thu can get in. Hill Dugan or any other fellow he i well known Imru throughout' hitH ever heen heard of Central Kentucky, lie wni a high initnlive to accomplish that Yon are welcome. All are who politicially dropx iu to call on cln citizen and beloved by all who we undertake. which glad to see you, and you are the future president, the daily knew hint for he wa a true friend We have health, and urged to come again. prin.s correspondents immedi- to thu friemlle. Ill death and perseverance, and from hi community onu of You learn things with which ately convert him into caibnet the knowledge necessary to you do not come in contact in timber and herald his possible the moit imluitrious and aucccuful farmer. the achievement of success in any nhow, or circus, or nny oth- Helcctiou to the world. lie nurvivcd by hi wife It pleasing to ten .our undertakings. er place on thin earth except theseis small bore the vanity of children. Thu funeral acrviccandwero Si politicians, And we have opportunity. a place of worship. supplies the big dailies wilh held at Danville with interment in frUI Hut there are a few things The le.sHon.H you learn there necessary bunk, is probably, Lebanon cemetery. ; .iiiii-ii.l- a ii-;- the will Chicago. and moma. Kvory pru Does anyone m this town of Him wht iloeth all thlnu well ArmwroenU hmr keen made by rauiK n ia koto taken to prevent the When Mr. Sinclair wan a mal girl tho IwtaI rhuol board to hava the want to contribute fifty dollars her mmd tttrnH toward the Chrit lied Croa nurve emfrieytxl by th Bread of theao diaoaooo, tmt only a day to a eampaign of cour wImi gave himielf n ranm fur all, (Jatran! with the aaoHrtnnct of the in .ivilual County ChatMor, wptrrbm phyaicinr. tesy? and fhe accepted him a her Savior and the honlth of the punU in the Iah- familie. nnvnt tnoekors. ran ikm be done To the If so, come nemw. This unite! with the Alt. Tabor ilaHit ewtr ( raided lornl authority it mhmmi 4ootl im The tirM roniMl of mMctin wm paper will furnish the publici Church at l.owoll, Ky. When Inortnnt. now that rompukdory r.lu inoveil te I.HneaMer. Ky., he united flnnihod laot week anal npimrcHt-- , P.iktet For Political Announcimtnli. with the church nt that plme, and ly r.ijed b the pnnM who ran ration law it koina: m 4endHtl en elimination of all speculating ty. Km Precinct and City Office. .$5.00 is not later when the family movwl to nltov, forced. liut. then, perhaps it with ch reitiet in a moot 10.00. in the necessities of life. Fur County Otfice Caldwell county, nhe united with the cheerful manner We need to forego the in needed here. Kr State and District Offices.. 15.00 llaptKt Church at Hamilton, in What think you? The report hm nhmlttod to the Card Of Thanks Calls, .10 sar.e desire to get rich in a day, ?r Cards, per line which church no far a her failing principal, for apprttvtil and ia poh10 aluj joarn to oucome satisfied per line fer Tt rnurh the n.edium uf thi paper health would permit the proved her- lknod lelou. AlthoHgh Um hVare Cor all publications In the Inter- There And Here. ,..ifh rlia,1,1i,i4, f.l!r telf a true ChrUtbin woman. It um may Mem !arR. Mm Woatwver we wiah to optima our .ieep appre iiruiiii uii II .t i You who live in comfort. her dtire to be at church much Utoa that few eht4, in thi coun nation to many friend fer their 1I 'cumulation of this worl.ru with well stocked larders and more than her health would permit. ty in her opinion, where no delmlt Utoaichlfulnoao and art of kindnea .10 'goods. line sympathy to ua in our recent llciiilci her hunband and little bay health program had en earrhnl out and per line .06 Jbituarics, We need to follow more warm lires (n your homes, he Unive an ngeil father, two bereavement. would make a good a none -: - c oe v the teachinirs of the should Do thnnkttil tliat you TT?r-r-- rThe ixMgannt Rfinf of death i Mr. Kmma Adkiion, Uithrop. having come under her observation. live in this laud of the free. "u,e- and Mr. Maude June, who reside Go,,k,n The report show that Jiifi xradv omewhAt atMnod ky the penonal We Have, And We Need In . .Millions of people in China with the fathor, Mr. Siwinhowor nt pup4i wore tnpectel, I ft were foon.l tixirh of frtendt and loved one the year that is befoe us With gratefal hearta we exnreM our The year 1021 is before us. wu of this community should are hungry for lack of food. Kingston. alo two brotherv Noah to have infietiou kw and Poney Sutinher. Mr. Sin- - two With infected cilM, diaae. incere thank. What wo of this town and i use every euori to acnieve iselore another season s crops 15 wtti Mr. J ItuUe and famil). lair' mother prtceilisl her community accomplish in the eVen neater success than have mature they will be dead ether world juit a year to a to the earioui teeth, two wilh teeth ma! day. pwed, .1U hal bad thoir dontrutry next twelve months will depend comt. to 11S in the venw that They are so far in the interior Satisfaction Prevails. lone. Sixty noven churned to br mainly upon us upon the hnveHlown .but those suc- - that relief cannot reach them Beautiful Life Closes. drinker, while only five claim Contentment exuu when WKST mnnner in which we grasp the CCSSi.s should be such as willji" time to save life. After a brief dlneu of pneumonia. oil to n thifT 'bevrakiu. thi! ulliort. I'KTlCO i ued. OiU tUt penetrate, opportunities that are open to rt.,ou,j t0 the credit of man-- i Germany, Austria, Hungary, Mi). Alexander Kennedy died lat Irinking mifk or water. Highly ev Ci that vibroU', give power untold. Fr.day evening nt the remilence of en pupu. rm.i cuner enlarged toi.nl net the bet and ee the 'dilfcrencc. us. of! I'olanil. Russia, Sisccho-Slovn- kind and to the alleviation r Watch for the "ItKD TUITK " her Jaughter, .Mr. V. A. Knrnau in or ob.tructed naal broathlng - fi, nu nt immmiiif !km and other sect ons of the inere is no occasion tor liehu city. On account of the critical gave hi.tory of having or threat Sold cxclunvely by W S. Carrier, coming alarmed over the pros old world are facing the pinch 'Inew of her grandon. Kennedy friiueiitl It i honed thre rhi! U l!.tf tL H"iic r.i We need to do h full day's Lancaster, Kr., December 23, 1920 work in exchange for a dny's. pay Member Kentucky Pro Association We need more markets from producer to consumer. Forncn AJwrliamf Repfftnttt We need a rigid curb on JJIIAMEMICAN PKF5S ASSOCIATION profiteering, and a complete i newspaper apparently thinks Passes Away, Hamilgive more milk. otherwise. ton, Missouri. A reporter for the paper Horse and Mule Food, Bran Ky. Farm .Mt!. Mollic Spainhower Sinclair, spends each day in traveling Feed, Barley Meal. formerly of thu about the city, accosting al ter of Mr. ami countyIVnnd daughN' Spurn Mrs. sorts of people, and testing howcr, died nt her home In HamilTry a Sack of Obelisk Flour and note He finds ton, .Mil, eti December Mb Friend their politeness. the difference. means of coming in contact here who remember her no pleasantwith the clerks in the stores ly, will regret to lenrn of her death. Rock, Sand Portland-Cement- , I Common the 'business men in their offices The following from death Hamilton paper concerning her and Pressed Brick on duty officials rn public .Mr. .Millie Sinclair ,i born on judges, ministers, housewives April t, ls2, and iloHirtci tlri Genuine Kanawha Salt of P. N. and Flra Spmn and the public generally. Best for Curing Meat. Sometimes he is dressed in daughter of P. X. and Kluma S,'ain a Imru in Sinclair line raiment, and at others he hiiwrr. Mr. (iarrnrd county, Kentucky, rear U in rags, but always he is jincnter where he lived with her "LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS." unknown. parent until the family move I to Kingston, Mo., in October, 1UI0 Fo the person who make Tplenhont; 2fi. 1G DG On the 5tb day of May she wan !tnmost courteous reply to married to Jn Sinclair and to thu he presents a burn, which his The Central Record we need, and without i... th..' checkiiuiniries the person to union one boy wan of age.whit i now entitling nearly four yean It .iii ,,. ein our Ytir, $1.50 Itiurd Weakly. so mill when the mother called marvels expected from Ameri- tit ty dollars. Payable In Advanca. ," r fmii LOCAL SCHOOL i,lre" The check is paid by the pa from the home, as this muther was, ' can people. hetween attack mi that h.ii from the home whore her life uaa J. E. ROMNSON. Editor. We need greater business per and the polite one gets a murh needed. From the empanian inrure ma) be taken to R. L ELKIN. Local Editor and Mgr. Iwritetip in its eoltims. To Have Health Supei jnen.r thu morhidity 'rrr,rt fa ami Httle one who will mum her and commercial honesty. Its effect ha become mark murh. yet it i Mat fur u te t(Uetion Fonr milieu were a We tit on ni Enured nt the Post Office in We need enhanced confi eooat of rMmmiiMloable dMvnto. Ky , as Second-ClaMail ed. even in a city the size of the lioiHfft of Hir hetly Father. vision. dence one in another. namoly. tmehum. rftfMherta, 'hlcl5 Mnttcr We should ijuioll)' xubmit to BUTCHER KNIVES LARD CANS It has been frequently said that old dogs cannot he taught new tricks, mil a cnicngo DIES IN WESTERN HOME. All's. INlollio 43 PER CENT PROTEIN LET US BOOK YOUR ORDER THIS MEAL IS CHEAPER THAN MEAL FEED OR CORN and Better. EH Sinclair TANKAGE , Growing Hogs. The Ideal Feed for CYcmo Dairy Feed will make your MEAT SAWS Conn Brothers. I RR Lll 101 I Hudson & Farnau - w I I en-r- - 3 ' :Z I 1 a a ,, - v. ,.. x. - i ' j nfcow-iH- 11. --- a HASEUEl BROS i - '! 1 i I .... l f REDUCTION ! . I - i SA L.E We have reduced our entire line of hard wa re and implements everything is marked in plain figures: You can bny less than market price. . . o t' tSt en-org- y, I Haselden Bros. I ho Central Kuconi. Kfifc Lanc-istn-r Ky. Thursday, Dec 23, 120. SB WE ARE STILL Tl'.IMMING OUR PRICES AND NOT OUR CUSTOMERS HUT LITTLK RENT TO PAY. Ranges from $30. to $99., Cooks fjjjg from $20. to $45., Heaters from j Stove pipe. Elbows, CohI hods, Pokers, Shovels, etc chcup. A few freezers at cost, Wire fence, Watfons and Harness. m J. R. MOUNT The A & CO. lis- O Deal House. promt. FAIR TRIAL Ne TIM CWrw rooter makes nn extra Murarit nr ncrtw ami i !fi . - ., v ' y VW c, -- -v o Si - s vO vVM ttjfy. wW si SfrtMst AW Ma 1 a loir mm a n is prnrwy mueaeq uw nv iwuiw fAr UKuMfthtf. AwutyrW 89 Mr Chiropractor. ConstlUttf'm Pre. lov JRkV-7 - JUST WHAT YOU WANT FOR THAT PRACTICAL CNRISTAIAS (ilPT. JB- Lipscomb Central Krcont II Lipscomb Mnn ullilin f ( erry 1 1 Vdiirlv M I What 8? is more acceptable to the Wife, Mother, and Friday from h 30 A M Ic 30 A ANCAS (I'M, KY "Josstp About People v?v?M; i A lift I Mir.tiim r.1 th Vii Art j- " J 5S V ami A. Mr Mr it. i.uvhUr. Mur.lrr. Her in I.fXiDK r hiiitinir TtraiBf. Mr- - K.lwtn Davis, af North Car--,- t th iptaat of kar ia('Bt. Mr. mi. Vr Jaim Mallarrf. . ! ir 2 0it h hylhii n Cminsi httmled Mr Miitiiv Aim lluMrfa awi 4auhliT. Ma. wlt ifwiH (mtmni a' Daughter, Sweetheart or Girl Friend, than some article ol womens wearing apparel. beautiful gifts for the Daughter, We also Mother or Girls to give to Father, Brother, or to their Gentleman Friend. h-av- e thrir raMrr hlimi at MultW. See these selections before the stock is depicted. THKONK PRICK STORK SHOP I Just a few more days until riiristnia: noi'-' Mi. ford. Ml ' ' .r Hn r.'M T'..- ' Hlr , noli, of KUt 4 t if nnwr. Mix Kltiabata AaaWnmi. af Ti m tBamtlat: Hiriatiaaa witn rwr RMtnir, .Mrs. l'at AiutofMMt. Mr an4 Mt. Jama IVrkmn, of rrr llaMtfi. Ir4.. ara vtaititiK Mr n 4r. T. R. Cartl and rataUviM . ARLV i; v.?S 'iv Onr lowvr fiwnwh- Mr n Mrr Swnehmad Hank .g.ln ha rwm th I'olumbi. Trnn i. rhmtnuta holitl. Mr. hoittr f. r li-u- f Mr- - llndaa. who tir. l.lrrii w,th her sailor. .Mn. W. A. has retarmid la DaNvflte. Mr Uearsjv on Stapp aUndrd WlrvcbeMer Mawtax Pswwsw., Law) -- mmI Mr. Hur- Qmargm Iisnn cam up from holiilay mm( LaaiavQta loot utHik to th Kncn.U haltday wHh fcawtt farV In Cnrmril Mi ahrr 'if' .(on. tr thi'y will n JW. fur H.: I- nd itch- j Ray-Chriam- an. r'OK KKN'T. nd th, I Mr annminrr an.. Mr. K B th niarr.ai!.' itau-ht- r if tnur .., Classified Column RATF.S SiiibIp insertion ic a rd No ud taken for low tiian J"c in thi eohtnin. No ad in tnin rr x ic ' Irr rrt r Mr holy Ii Timtfey. a the I ai .tan..inu 1 Bg Typt rtgMor-eguml af conii wrt'oks k. )lla fatty Poland China boar nt $1.M eaati. aMin. of ItMuaaml, hand r imI and twenty Minciecn Mia Union Ua)lnH. Mr. and Koine up for tkc Aitie Wodruw-ta- y c. m: nusuw. Itanvill. Ky. Mr. Thomas Mutoliy Wilnori. of s column charvt. Mr. Hofaart HoHrjr. af I.nxtnKten, The above unnouncitm'nt vuir a urok a IB. llawline (ircon, arrivoil thu with Mr. Seven Imurttati-- . the will s4 the werk-nto tha frutnd of' mid will ! thv KUt of Iwr (Mirrnts, qtiltc a urin Mr. JnUaa Andcrwn. af Akron. FOR SAI.K: All kiivda f tac J. ' Mobinaati. Imth hfine S price f llo. It. Mount, during, th rontraetin; Mr. and Mr. J. parti, OMo, m tfoiMiiNK OrWUtwu with jwor;, Hmoaa cnmNu. Doviht on tire - jj I 'ho lie order well known and popular in this rounmust h paid uMn. Mr an4 Mr. Jnawif. L W'mt, wk hit pirrtftU, Mr. and Mr. Charlu th hidiidty wnlk. Pltece IlrtitlflH. DfiMtk lv ar!ifr th tovlv hridi vm Fntr. ' If promptly. far tiin Aadanaa. mad Uwlr home ht .. All raemlK'M af th J ; street. JH out side of city limit. iwi an worn rot many yonr au'. i ar. wtll htMVP la JamMxy far I a". .. T. U. ar uri:d to he prwrit JH..1C th attrartive dauaht.r of Mr.. Dr. I Us C. tCttun arrluid thW mara A few Hlae (!iu FOU SALK: 1.1.4 to raaiaV It . at the watch meetint: to lie hold in ?nd Mr. K. It. Hay. The marriajt Med at $2.00 per hu.ihol. Mm no ink from AUaati, nad tit onl th. th home of Mr. Floyd Cur tin nt SAl.K-.-ftw pie of fur- V,. Dura Waaalar. of rMnvifW. V. M. UorrU'tt. um an with his jiartmt, Mr. l:SU I'. M. nn Dec. Xlt. Thin it U the ealm'naUoa of veral month1 F ,. Mr. IletU, Mnar v. wrth har itaugh-,- r and Mrs. HaWl WkliL ?h. courtship and the fortunate groom (ta-2- 3 tf. a very important tmetinK to wind up(i(l ewUllny tw ,lt. cngratuUted upon Mrm. Hn Waarf ami Mr. WW. FOU SALK-- S. C. llriH l.wshorti Mr. Mr. 9am (UtMonhors: and the year's work. LOST: About Novembor Soth., n Wnvslta avattn. wlnnliiK the hand of 'hi chnrrainir rtoUr. Mr. Krwin Illnkemnn, Ky. rinl muly holfor weiirht about 100 Httlt ton. Virtar. of Miaiipi. yt uru 'a : . Mr. Chriimau in an Mut Marilo l.ear will he kotr pd. Kuna VUta. . Mary Br.rB ha ratimwu lave M. gmmU af Mr. aal Mr. Kb WKle4.l. pound. P.cward. and uhtaiitil yeunK fannat dinner tarty Friday ovoniaic at ftsm th I'mvanltr f XttiNckjr ta D. UUy on uvunuu. oirrtev-e- . KOI! SAI.K: One hnhy tMimgtem atmu. Si er, livin? near Ild:eville. in llyle htr hum on pend tha UdJ w4h Wif ffarttte. Mr. It. I). Illantoti. l.eninetoii St. umr will hu w!rvl and the color county, where lie will take hi honny (jMMrt a niiralxr f yeuK h'h af WANTKD: Itelialr'.e iiwh ta soil Mr. a n.i lira. 0. I', llrav. PJ.y-tf- . kort return RUarRHteid roof and Kirn puinta la attdad Um Hiwiee t chib wn, b earned out n ih hrid uvh theirLexingtonfrom a I.ouin-villbridal trip to wkw m aUitml-m- r and Mia NiJJra Naiaad. VraiUo Tuiiodny rxttalnp mid will ChnotiaB leomto. Six ropl tobacco farmer on l'cnl wnrnliouc FOit'.SM.K: Pure bred llutl h nresent to enjay tW laiFpy rhal la Stantoa. VitjStnka. i stumd Oovumar' Hull in I'rrtnk. winter. Keep induer, It. J. Prlee, Paint lloor thi rooster. The marrioKe took 4ar at Dan. oceioM. iHilia tin rKiataia aaJI4a)r rtta fart th wnk. nt ottcM. make bit profit. U'Hte ville yesterday at Il'tSU o'clock, the Lick, Ky.. K. F. I). No. I. her merarr. Mn. Mn UnIhm itedc Prwiucu Co.. ltiirirtii, Ky. 12-- I 21 pd. Mr. U'llilam tttr Anion rtnrtid Mr. Chart Adam sad tri ceremotiy Inrint: performed by IScv. Clifton Rod 1. HurKin, Ky. TaaMtay. krhle. of Itichknid, Va., V. II. Smith, former ikiMot of the frni tint MaMiuhuvtU New tx hor power TOR SALK: Mr. A .11. Wat, ho h. br Schwal of Tciiai4) In wivd the were Um fniest for a four day laat Christian church uf that city. KMtolm Fairuank and Morm Notice. Um Ml af lnr ajattwr. Mra. It. ChrhRma holiflaya with kw aorvnU, woek of Mr. AiInm' parent. Mr. The Itevord tot.ther with bun. and Rota cnirine.cutler. Priead to wila. fod 'a.naday far Dr. und Mr. J. A. Amn. A. U. Mariakary. tt r.ic-- " .ll be tn cieotltn beM on and Mrs. Jark Adam, un Itlchmond drni of friend Join in wUhiaic thuni W. B. Barter.. hit haaii- - ih St. l1irn4Hm. Wai N'o more popular hoy vr many yettr of unalloeod hnppin Jan. : 1 ih.. 101' I at tha (fntrord Hunk ' Mr.iitM! Mr. Cearxt Multoocrt t4rct. Ijinetider . Virjrtnht. I am itaNdixi.' my rotleted llami-lhir- e and prosperity. lived in than Chnrli af LancMter tram I to I oMiefc for ur.,1 iiutlhtrr. lvtt Mamarrt. af U.mr at tl.an. ItihHered the piirpoae of electing olTictta to . and hi hot of friend were and Mr. J a an StwcUlfard (jMiBUn, ar KUcitK tf Mrs. .Mc ?ku.phir jrrilL for Mile. jorte far the eueuia year. Maaliir Clay Kaurttwaa awl Ht-- lExtiurU iwirontf, Mr jmu! Mr. J"' asrooahly lurprwed to learn that Has Joe AMrMw. Willie had recently inn tried Ml J. W. Ktmere. Caohier. Miaa Mary Sbiiekalfbra. of l!k-muBIhirHaMti. on ItteMMuiiil Mae Qulllvn. of I.chantin, Vn. Mr. Small Housa FO.'t SAI.K:0n twelve mmhiUh vtoil ta (Mn!tisl far anMr. Alfred ltrnt, af l.exliiKtH. Adam hold a lucrative portion at Notice. lira. Hmtxm KatitTmaa imnng ta time, one pair four year eld mare. A mll audience tireetml Vtrl' ha bi'n thu of her fntlur, Itlehland and hi friend here with riintroU at the Stanford opera mMta. new Hasan and unar. i AH my raxtv are now iiue. Hon. II. II. To mil num. Hht wan ar- - far him anil hi lovely liridr many R. I. ItHiae MM , ,r- mHH'b rtlletl at once, thereby huuse Mondn.; ovenine; but the crowd l2.lMf. Wattur h ; MHid hoot Uy her fathur. Im Mr. aad Mr. J ar of proapvrity and hniptnt'u. about a iroo.! a. thi how. Tlti in tho but FOX S.M.K- :- A lot of cho.ee cUv. ae.ac ". .. ..r mv lak wvoV ta Uh- - home of Mr. wilt vrul ude( in I.nxltik'-- ' notice before a ivrt:inif your prop-ar- t. The following MtidenU will lie at Voxel's Kan ha deturiomted uto. Mini Mr. It. l. IMaiitaa. on Uxmh:-and timothy bay. it home for the holiday: Mli J. A. Hrultuu, Katie tlu'lr lat appearence here ami it U Mr. lMaaUMi and ftiM-kCuo. O. Spooruutiorv. hoped that ho will make many un- Lvuii WnlkiT VMtrtlH(tl llarne l)likeioii. JadiT Mi Chtrf of Police and Tax Collector. Chrfetinr li-SUroaM. will pa to Kowli 4t. pu. t an uktpnnl ttx o'clock ilmnur Sander. Mi dime Hello Itomaii. ' Povnient boforo vUitiK Stanfonl iHy will mid In th faUir. Tb my plaee aaoMti Notice To There were one or two uood STKAYKD: Monday uvwiiinr at the horar iif Mr. Mia .Minnie Mae ItobiiMon. all from j"Miind two week aao. a bay hone mule. Mr. W. S. Carrtar and family will and Mm. V. II. HurtoN, on Mudi LexiiiKton. Mr. (ieow Swincbrujid fontunm, but the ret wm bum. All peraon having claims njyilnit ix year. oh'. Oanec can have utiie to th I' avHHf. Tha tabli wu lUrorMtmi in Mr. William Kinnnird from t'en-- tcrinr Journal. ttv Uw ArH of Uic Xopi'l'.s Mitulrel pMyed in Uin by paying for a..vrtilaif and keep- - tJw eaiate of II. T. Logan di'ceal mldinii an-- l a i tr Collitco. Dmivillf, Mint Johnotta Jifl arotMrty i Donvill avaatif thf Chriatma pnent Mine to Jno M. wn menu Aluiut 'nrra. NiiMiroth, Mr. Iukik Autln, eiuter TtiuMiay niulit and left ti un- In. Charlie Dean, HryanUville, Ky. will plea ur nrvi-Mr. Arch KaanNUh and famil will proiwrty hom that Mr I'arrt.r twlv uuiU .r prfjonl. Juilnfi.St. Mary'. I.olinnon, Mim Mary ow. der the Mime imprttMiiun as tlioy did FOR SAI.K- :- A few extra Mum- - Lowui Adm. af II. i. mou' ll ( la iii. l lltn Niloti Itoil. of Dan- - j l.y. of Trnnlvunia, Mb vrltil and proven. Mary tlx SUtnfonl people. vacatad. hvl(r j.urehl it n o nth Mroaie Tnrkoy. A Wo S. C. I Wont claim at tha store of tko Dm vi. Hamilton dillecc. Mil ill'. Were anions tho KUeit. Her lanth ru Brown i.nd Whit LvKhurn coekerid. dorened and Anderson Unit. - Colletcc, Champ. Hamilton nice tinier nd Precious Stones. rhooe are An bird and will be oid All ieron knowing thamsilvtw LexiiiKton. Mr. KlUlw Carrier. liUmiio' an nu iiIuiijm crjlal heap if taken at enec. Phone H7-to thf late II. 'P. Ui'wi will Mi MariUe Lear, Vir.nia. i4Hr o mr tn nil) a to color ind ". r.tu um il. i.i.. ...UM tJiMte, nr, trh Mr. Jmw Xulton. Hryaauville Ky. ideas com forward and settle fswto l Clayton Morrow, State, I.lli' u llueM dtlllHrtSwl' indebtodniM proiupUy. til nitur '''' Mrwr. (Seorne D. mill Walter I honiMifHi a root i .' mi...' NhismI. and other Columbia. Tenn., S.ihiui'1 Ht Hurley SUNdini; Por Tobacco Dc. 18, 1120. r .I'eNHm Jie M. Losian, Atlm. 'lott. VirtKliiia. nr Seod for sale JS.ul) per ounee. ivf a imei bat th iimmh of II. T. lHUli deitisiMil. eom am niviniT away a hulicl of od corn itlamotat-aror rato Hla The followiiiK aanuuniwmimt ha IHa 4 purti are rarer. In the cuitomor that buy four ounce ii.oh etktOHh ! cn recrivod by Laneaater friowd i'lMk wiH are srmt- - of sooiL hM nt rwmd Thi corn shell 70 ears to and relative: (!) 11. P. Kelley, Uw bushel. Lanenttur, , ' uther (SihU Mr. and Mr, fitph,-,Dart Fett Not Injurious Ky.. It. r. I). No. I. Hox 173. Kvo was rotillj- - tmrefoot and III announce the nuuriac uf their Cocnnuts, Pemiuts, Crnuberrles, Gnipe Fruit, PMI-bdauuhtor Mixed Hr Mttaphor. Nnuileoa (Jriy h Iwll all the Loiter i KilKibith AWaaNder Aihahic iIk ImiiHim of ll.e eaiHimlk'n because she wont unIkI. Ilelin ot AOKNTS to (let into Troy nt tho WANTKD: for wtniwiiV "iilflaK l the folbmla Id ri miiiiIhK and Mr. Jume Kdward Klmore "hull." whleh, in. may remark. Ualxiet bulnM Walking 1S7 product sell the sandal I tl imnprMili ln'tm'rn mi Thunnlay, December ninth nIa n ti Mii.wliio In till hue Hier to every farmer. tlx1 khooli. and IU nitml. It U If you own-uutNine Won hundiivl arid twenty the ophiiiik m. er tram tan (nv bond, wnle today to wake Niiiilal thaa to make boot. h !arU'uter, Kutitucky. liiilietiMiit oier 'koiiioIIiIiii:. wo fuinet for Information wubre you got In Iri'lmwi awl aVotliiml tliir children east elNtll) "Intl. H lirfniclt o"v ov territory for lolling product have of lurir-o- t mill run Iwiivroirt fer iniiti) a day, "Thi-- . action I ulimt a II rlaliaedFill Your Own Niche. uf klml In world. pre Ike "it "I owe ami the enter ) itituliou of the hoa Dial there The roc bit one uillim and the tho Minute had liutlril Its kIovo Into Twenty miliun users. J. It. Watklns I iHUnia iippl nwlH iteianralislna In hloMitn another. Vnu enunol the In'lli of the Hihtini'liik Mine that I rtnrlon of eUill Compait), Dept. Ill, Winona, Minn. .oHiolliitf the 1I0 uuoiber'a work. ustbmil sane aasi itswkllig. I'u jour outi and r.MMt.Hl.) UhhIhii CbrsnbH rlsht ' - lbiliu Tii'rlpt. he content. Knliiii'Ki' vnttmfi. dne roatity. Mta h MftrilW l.ar W Uic It rrorir trnl Hirformiti -- of Mr. NVut Dtwltn wHIl clad tn learn that tite U rapidly Mr. Kmt fruiH a nTiatM MHiratia on Wrdnvailay, Ua to s; x ft ; I SiTI:A. KD tog v. ,t - ur ndrvi Chnamnn To my home a whUo nuntiwr id. Call Clan ile Cunn. a Hrmbfr ttnt.. fr ' I ' t. . i "K --- k-- la t. Uiatr. i e. .ll l. 1 Ad-a.- chll-dnm- U d. - trt. liVoPcl Kit atiu. y wa' t. ii4 (.r,, - ii I In-an- Creditors jar 1 1 Van-derbil- t. For Christmas Oranges, I Hob-.ruo- lhn-Cri- 1 1 e Apples, Nuts, 1 Grapes, Candy and that I Good Fresh Roasted Coffee I SANDER'S VARIETY STORE !" I ief on-i- or olr ;o-In- Es;;-S13vS3:'SS- t The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.f EUROPEANS PLEADING I hursrMv Dec 23. 1920 POLAND NOW RIVALS PLIGHT OF BELGIUM Useful Gifts? INDEED line of We have on display our 1 l .. Elder Sacrifices S:!t Tint Hope c Future May Receive Means of Life. Cencr-.tio!- . Children Chief Sufferers In Land Slr'p'tcJ Necessities, Says Relief Worker. And Wei ytt r;t : lA PtfEVl t.pl. " 'ist-rui,- wtt.it ifctt .Ma roucl. of sem intent :a iJlr' -- rometliinrt ll'H has tmt mM l liottr m.I trti t o the f i iirt of the genera UH mm n In ' -- iH ,eii rt. hs man ' Httntrl aaert tVmc . If fur It, r' idr.n the Klsratie iif .- .row In .... mm in tki- - rk'iiiri n rr r.i.u f . Slit t- r :r Hoiid;.; n " - Goods hrvf Come and s e wlutt vc . r We linn, the ; vtrr thissfi you're seeking. ' lm nrr for '.mntrnanra ..if inm' are hMkitw but It ki be.- tMi w 1. reti-.- t fivr mi. 1 raveBjrd dew lets Mifli ' 1,1, for . very' one on your Gift ".;.v time hnd look around. "it !.. . d'-t- r'. i. t ml i n hei oae ' tuarVvil i.,' -- " ' w f. e &ornids Drug Store, j aimiMm for ir Korral iiil 'ijor amnre. lm - of I'rttnixl the to mi Aitierlenu nKi ,j the needs ..f iti la thta in- t- i !. j nil-- I ! r In-.- one mill In rj hiltiil nml ! ake. , ' i ' ..i .'i II f PP3 th' lirtinar 'ry rt.'nilljr mlltl"ra fa,r .nrvtt-nnlfu hi. ' .1.1 iifpm il.B-l- w rmclinl Aiticrlrn ktwf af Kuror'oan ' ' aal ilmtli tr-rt itiat Hill) I" '4 INSTANTLY You'll have lo co:.e a :! ti' ' IM.f '! ii i r inr t . i umpin If you want this of b n t i I i' ! .t,rn tnT,-a- i!nl n ti t 33 ACRE ii't 1 jrt furni Hllljr - tif utr arni'ni. llw m immr ..f (' n m ralw JBB.. Th II n. 11 FARM ' . nrr rati Jp '! Iiii . S'ri,- ti.inriiil4 - Km til Five mlle.4 fnrii l.nuensler. rich lniui, Iioum' nml Only 51,200.01) down or .10 nor.-- in jjr.m. orclninl w t mule for titer property Terms reasoiuilile. Gei busy. ti J. W. BEASLEY I Himi t.u. n ca ntirll nf In AfT .n, tlir Knlrlit f IU V M C. A. ami Itif T. i t't-.'r- ifr- - ((Jijh'kh'.), I' lr button l'nf. Atiiuluhrtr it r Alnr. '! . O. Hox 172. K LANCASTER. KY. FCFtEIGNERS SENDING VAST RELIEF HOME Jud Tunklna. Create In Wa'lpaper. tiutny a tnnn iy Jinl TutikltM I'rtw n rtodi iiiuWt tltli CMilliif npilnxt lli iiht for ntiotit v 4.it.i ii hi MnmiinK n n cowl as a loer If there were any tulntl reniler inlmitf Uo ttils lilKli-unul- i Miillcatloti will a part of ilit KmiM". Initio niiiiii only present. Uvcr 90 Per Cent of Food Draf3 Sent to Europe Gifts From Seem no Queer, Somstlmei. soiih-tlDif- n Jud Tunlcltii say.i it friftnl tnkin the liberty of telling you unii TlmeH. That, 'n Then Some. After all, the ')Uftlfti of how much li.elr nalltr land. Food I Origin ot "E - t Klgurvt front th raft arctfon Itrnzll il' .'nvil In nniiio It cints to mipiHirt mi Infant I The ileclilei) on the hnsli of how of the Atneiiian llellef Adralalatratioa ! woimI wlilcli uliouniti fioln n tetl thow that 1503,110 had sent I throughout the tnml. 'I'Iih rnnii;tu"t) touch money l utiillahle for the Poland, up to the end of November. .im"tte-TltnI'lttsliurth railed the wood "hratn," hlili mmu t.'.'i.lTO bad txen rnt to Carol, a n live roal, and (trazll In the fonu ot Slowil.a. llwiigary had r reel ted tVC, The Attro'oger In China. TIX, (irnoany had Jl.ti.T.010 aott Aus the wont upplled to tin? whole rotintry. From thu eiirlleitt tlmex ustrolocy tria JZCMC.T'JO. It wai estimated that ha heen one of the nrt Mirroiitiilel more than fa) reiil of ll.l. mutt For Quettroom Door. by inymery. Itut In CTiliui It In trnd been n.nt by national of ttiw A thoughtful tmirli In the furtil'h-lo- t very perilous profession. When n fo-- lartoun countries who are am) decorating of the ""Mr'nim nu' In tia ralleil prophet prnllc. uu eeiit which United Sta'-- i. There are about I the ndilltlon of a LimmLim ihi thtt iloe not occur, he Ins.- his hem!. (HO pole, aoo.ntw tlurirarlans. SOI.OO d door. There are tunny qualm Ciech and rsi.Kkl Slovaks In tttla ones dcalenil, which nre un iluln-t- y Afraid of the Clutlcs. eountry aa they are practical. A farce coiuiily rMvntly oieneil la The profits which resulted from tlx New York ulth the title "The .Mer sale of lhei food draft have lieeii Superstition Dying Out. chant of Venus!" The critic praised lunnsl Into the fund for ceneral .hll.K. tt Is to t.rlii this fund m. I.. Until comparatively recent lime! It and It whs apparently ilcstlnnl for 'eedit.2 the Channel IsIdiiiIlts, und. Indeed, a lone run. hut lcplte the fact It wni 'I e silnt where It ran meet the de most Inhiihltant of the remoter Itrlt- - In the smallest theuter In town very .'atnU on It, to Mve the lives of .X.VI,. lt.li Islmifls, were notiirliiiiHly kUnTstI. t stiiull Dinlletice't came. The tnnnnser ( hlldren that the Kuroxan It'l t tlOUM. Council ha been fo'ined by eight (rest Improved communication with discovered that Hsiple thought It wa the mnltilnnd and the Kpreail ot a tiureiiie of n SluikesiH-areiiplay. relief organizations, il education have Inrgely driven out fcu- - lie e the tlllir.e 0 "llerau. of Itrstlilons which were Ionic In 'lying. Helen" ami tin- - thenter wan filled ev- Henry Cauvaln In letter lu the Urn- - ery nlalit theniiftir. Atlimtn Cotit. All -pur-Mi- der how frlfnJIy. much atiout your fault you won lie manaciM lo rcinuln Rapidly. Ice Evapcjtt Ice In the oimi ur evtiKiruti' rapIk uo let up t idly, even when tln-rIn lexa tliuti a month It the frost. will lose S3 per cent of It weight tl thin manner. Immigrant Population. Out of their ranilnjfs for the mmt unkklllrtl lurHirera. Ililnc fr.ua i'4rt hand la mouth, the furrljn In.ri' . ic inrnt In the United State Is cenlrih .f ,nc larcely to the fundi for forxl ta aid the .sturttui: ieop!ea of J lo .lint lima af it eatae fr. m eters.us .'.j .. ,0 ..'i i .1.000,000 Ihnmgh ine Port of Ihbm- ;ii ut sixty j- - -- it have i.nw !t u "tt was l'oMislhe to ihi all thai ibai-.jt :m othe n;e the administratis! wntiteil to do i. It raita Ihe f Piilnlid it us too ureal ut ht ,i :h; tar n hat It wa- - afienl Hint ettoilfji fm. . . a V.nl i .. It !.. ... 4 'iuii' I I .. i in Poland iBie fo? lil'-- , .b" I tite rac.Itt'' . ike fi.ur mill .ti until the ileal i aifrteuliiinil dlstrlrt could aalti pro.i ht the tow.' tarw cf t!: ? f'.,r;l, vide for 'hetn ' i'iittlior.li.- r t' ;'c.i' .ir-- . . i rig. "ItMt In ndilltlon tn thee four milt i!y car vlrhou an c ?tial vi lion people wImi so irrlnrli milled t of relief, llieie tti.in another tall fur relief .nn-- . Uc v I. si: H nr fniKi i source that could not he re. vrA r, n. w !i. t'f- - ilman d u I. ire llet ti e children of Ihe land Many ar J vii-i- f .u.i " . s . of the- ere lepl.ins, huncry e'lia H.ted. drstltille ard dlw.ined So the ier.ae Itellrf Vdiuintslratloi, ndiled ii Its iw.rk h list Itiillur a )tem of Illldr.-l- l feeitlnt tl'se In fH interest.-in h I r! j taoft sum 'Hon and a iuur'er p.il'sh . I lltlr. n weie K'ltlnx a free meal aver) dat of ll f!od prepared to uunlrrm ' ) e T.en of their preilnus utidernoi.r si men! " 1 WfTo fli.sli the Jli elitht treat hae united under ibe nam f the Kuropean Hellef Cuanrll to rait 'he funds tn care for the rood tieiils and the medical need, of 3.MO(is) children of Kastern stid 'he 'Vntral Kurnpe These nrtfanltallous re the Atnr-e- an llellef Adminlilra lion, the Aui-- - an Ceil Cross., t!i Ainrrlcan Klieiula Srlce Committee Hie 'ewlfh Joint Dlstrtbii More A1v ce. Olum Thoueht for isimlits. lion ('oinimtlee the KVeral Council of i r'ght I.lfe I full of i . If v m think v 'i, eten for lh Chure.e or CtirUt In America, the Tr n. Hilton dark l! is'on ' Knl.hU it fin uihus. the V M, C, A. Npti. uhu t'rntiMTlpt. anil th V W. C A -. - our lieaihimirler. efwrjitlom lu I'oij'hI In Jan ie MT), MM". an. Hltaln few weeai there was exl! Ishr, a .lead) lwH.r tatloH nt feint mtu that nmnlry Tun a a arw.'tlw "V Hi t tmrrwwlur UwaiiMniti In tlu of Amrrlrau rill'f wifk orrr.-a- i Ir KHto iiinit. Il.c ftliitiii: (at.sHent regarding the work after Ihe rwwmt lu - V mm SrllucJ An . rl m It. W tlmln'it-rtttat- i ifrial, v,tm rrrwill) rHarrnt ttom Vaniiw. KHtttfr ai H irpral.iT .if Mr ltHrara tatf In tlrliniini. ami nl Ihr riiiri4tn af h .ttltv.. - ih.twI t'o ! iBMl B4 in.llontur mlm- in nf fnl.rHrf lie rl .iilrrl IVIitu.1 in 1IIS, p fm tHrnttia afirr ili ttr mail 'KW Mm til t arut tlrin. iliav khI toB'.rlnc tt'al l at tawl tliai la itae ut tar nt.ni lr AaCRoberisDruq Store atr - ! teri .'ll I i i Vr- - .Ty iT M' rryU..rr. - j&--. .m: . Ill Tit VUXT..;j. .L CAR rf iil t II III k" i- frr w i i HI III . . -- . ai-i- s. rf Haseiden Bros Garaye siu-rl- .V nrcaa-nation- s - - iicnrj- .M , . ..-- a iKVUt-ntlo- II iyikert. et. r- vep -- It e, GRAY SAMARITANS RESCUING CHILDREN United Slate are srtil, for Ihe re. Ilef of the 3,.Vai.CuO starvltis children -- t Kurope herue a gruup of their memhera. the I'ollali (Ira; Samaritan, hava leen In cliurce of dllliikutlnc fool ta children In Poland. The) hite heen srrtini under the Aioertran llellef ad ir tiU 0UUS .. " nleieiled In it.e runrement " Christian Aio- - -- jd d.hiH .i' si u.iiin sj.iiuiO Jup tn it.t o tii(Hiji) a o) U ( Ol ll(3 JJl.l.l4 IIUUIK tt kJJJ tni) ii juju.mil ii v luioojf) jot mOiprH tj soduuvput hjooo Th, Art "Povtry," a). 'Nitliew Arn.Jit, thought unil Jj .iiufjy How-(re- iin-e- tilt Ion. Rickets Did Thia. U:iED CAE SALE AT ft Sft6RIF165 We need the room for new cars and t.'.o Usscd cars must go. o V i v $ m 8 IP ALL CARS IN A NO. SHAPE. One T wire wheel 11)20 Buick Tour- irrv .. $l.r00.00 One K-- 14 1920 Roadster 1450.00 1 1920 Ford Truck, Worm Drive. 500.00 350.00 One 1918 Ford Touring 350.00 One 1917 Lexington Touring, 750.00 One 1918 Dodgu Touring One Buick Chain Drive Truck,.. 400.00 1915 Buick "4" 500.00 One 5 1 K-1-C-2- 6 A Poor Eggs Change. Notice In Kngllsh tlrncvry "Pro Origin ildnl you Ret one hud eiri: from u vie "UhalT," n s n of Slang Term. refer to atnug 'hrae, will on your returning It give you two Ihe Ihnmlng of chair lnMea.1 of lilnl--.i- l for It." rWwtmi Trniisrrlpl. t allure bird, and oHisesiueiuly coouuneu rud """" we get Ihe phrase nn old bird Is n u nniuint unions ' Haatltt'a Conversation, cnticht with chaff, that I a wise man. Jl rts of Poland outside U'ersan Some ndrulrer of hi m astonished all his wt nl.iit him. I. not M lu all the relief work being dene hi to biid that hi ciuerntloii un so nlla t'e deludis) liy humbug Itut --you nrw Kurop. that of the Polish Orays ha !,'"."rT.. .!,MJ,,1 UU U' U,e nul,""-u- f chatllng me.- - spring from an .ilirelr unique heeaUM-- all the girl, " n.",,nan 'llffereiil .ur,v. lien- - th.. refenmv la 'hough eut fram America, were either ..,,. ho evidently ejected llnzlltt to , , born In I'ulaud nr are of Pnllth paren. peak essay. I.t.ough for I, ... to l.,v ,, , , tha age When Ihe need for noelsl serr-h-., n.t.sld. red him. ,,,,, to write them! I , fco Ml, h In Ihelr country beeaaie acuta felf off duty when he ivn not a, work UMl many girls of Polish deveat answered o Munelhltig he had thought of, ., b the call of the Young Women's Chri-'Iah,,"1,,nn1' -y heron, hentisl. A xiutlon for overseas servb e and enlisted lu II a preliminary truln 'n- - course thai wa given In several Hie of the United States From this group thirty girls were chosen and sent te Poland iv.ere since l!lt. they hale been csrlnr for the children of the eountrj l.e I'lMributloll of clothing OF LANCASTER KENTyCKY. ha al.eii Mem Into all parta uf P I'olrnd Corner Public Square and Danville Street. They are now spending their entire llu.e In arranging for the feeding of CAPITOL $50,000.00 SURPLUS $60,000.00 children this winter. Croup of them WE STRIVE TO SERVE. travel to Mrutegtc (enter ill oiitlilni; district wb.te thoy e up illilrlliulliig xtallotis, rie4ke supplies, prepare G. Dnvidson, C.iahicr. W. O. Rig-icAatt Cashier meal, arraie for Inipnrtial dlstrlhu-'lol- l W. F. Milter, Book-keepe- r. J. Louie Gill, Teller. and trs'll hderH In iiilltll.ue Ihe work when they are seiil on to tha neil Mra. N. H. Hamilton, Teller end Book-keepetown Unprofitable lleadlng, IteadltiK a luMik through that hires) you I prolllles If i Intra Is nn) thing In It that ought to be rs tnemlH-risl- . you furcet It .f .,,, e .- Mr, n- .,,- CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK. ) - y, Ant r. niKKCTOUS COLUMBUS KNIGHTS AID CHILD APPEAL A I'lnl.ertv of I'hlludetphla JatB supreme kelifbl of ll.e Knlgl ti of C.. Hi!.' Ihe !C of (V lutnl.u. restmiise In nn t.ie:il from Herliet I. .'iter ehmriann of th- - Kurui.M.i tie Mef CohikII, ileclded to till- - au '. on la 'he-- ' imlley nf trf rillliUlt from ii'iv nstliiiul . itnpnicu for fund 'or relief ir rlurli.ilite work. 'Tin l'esl ot the stnnlna and lrk eiimlreii of I uro- - I . urgi nt," i!r siil, 'Ihut Ihe Knights of IV lm.it. feel ti duly hound to devote til th. r okiuioii lusk of ruinIhnu ing fund I'le .sef of hee thll i'ri'11. Au uu orgaiiliillui: It I our ili'eiiilun lo ii. duet no distinct K if I' drlie fur funds, nlilm.ith ineml-r- s bf the iirgaiilsHllou nr.? to all i lnritulile drives. Hut In thl case v. feel ihut the emergency call for ll.e uulled elTort of nil Americana and lie eotisliUr It n :ir. liege lo have ailimrsUlp It this grcut uur ot tuarcy," I H. K. Hudson. I'res. J. J. Wnlkvr, V Pre 1 8. 0. Gllibi, Walker, Shirley Huilton. W. V. O.anip. J. W. Sweeney ON ROLL OF HONOR DEPOSIT HERE AND SAVE YOUR MONEY. Wi , S3 .,. Ibis Vleiitu ctilld li year old. b'.l beeause of the ravage of rlikets, Lie d boni of uudeMiutrttlii'i Ihut ha strlrlijii thousand of Kuto-- I 1 lu-- ee W. It. RIGNEY. Funeral Lancaster, i Danville Buick liicjr orated Co w 2' WeU Walnut St., DANVILLE KY. siu hllilreu, h la abla to toddl abiuit only by dint of supreme effort. T'ih .prend of this terrible dlseane of childhood nud tha rescue qf those ul- reiuly lu Ita grip enn only be acroiii- plNli. il by America. That Is why eight k'leut American relief organisations have bunded together under the mime uf the Uuropeun Itellaf Council lu Jo. lit ap's-a- l to th AaMrlcaUs Cttts asu-nfor fuaita. r fr Director and Embalmer. 18" Residence Phone 3.1. fn-i'.i- OfflceJPhone Kentucky. 1 1 L stei , Ky., Thursday Dec 23. 920 I LAUNCH nmmur uhcn Mk.HwwM,i'i5,i VAST EFFORT r4 OUT OF THE FLOOD By ADELAIDE R. KEMP. if ' VtmM(MfJ I..... M)m irt tinnii f.,li H..i'.s.h, II far STORMCS m itok TOtlAT. riH C Ml ktui kf DRUG STOIIE. Eight Amoricnn Relief Agcfwr3 f it.' kr lr( ui. . ii .f.r rr llr.t. Hiin-luii- tif I Mir Let's settle this right now! No man ever smoked a Combine ta Sr;e 3 000,000 Children Death Monaco:. IMsht -atr.-a- CARDS. J Ma S, "I i Mirkliu ntn ne mihI . I. Iihii uullct i IS- i;irii(M-Ht- i nlrff nr nlil.itlti. fr rn-- mv r the .,iii. II IKIWc llwi.-- f h HATFIKLD DENTIST Olfite o.tr Tl.. f.a rrard Ilaal, I'hnn. Offic S. Krml.nca 376. LANCASTER. KENTUCKY, oril null- - ihtlil Kurtr ili'i W JI.'.T M (MHI- Th t'OHtH-i- l Vflll l ftiiH for .XftXM" MnrOni: ! ttillilti'ii d tn I. iwi and Vti. irii I irjw ami i.. aiuiiHit r thl n. nf ili TV. pf ullv It u.ii-- i it .rf M. iIm ri llMirrr. t'liHir-li.Ji- i K Ijtii mill frnuUliM trm-'- " r I leu r rpH M'tte thi A' irni li, llrllff Aittrt n -- IIHtlotl Iff, Ii i., ii r ran. I rHprtvftitlm: ilif ii aiMHiis lt iu ii IhctaM Itf IN In the Mini tnlllch' tiIIi ilinr.li Mi'iifrfi' Hint llir ja!li' rMni In tin- - itii'it rHirtwtM llitli- n iIhjh ihi' kpprkli' uf Mini a kufti' turn in ttn wind I ud nmdi' a Wi itiipriluti un llii' Hdila .if '.ihiii himI li'. Jiuif fiiri-HiMHcMfHilj drawlHS jelou Ii.ih iKiun frtMii llii- - Mirih uf Iht pltiiMtHl Irmnr HN.ti tlir rnliliiir r1i-- r mMirly frr.it fm-Itn wltili-r'prl MhiHi hi. HiritliiK It rmir"!' It ilir.trtii-- l in tnbi pi'ry ililim in li wa Jttal l i .,ml tin- lirtidH' lay tin- - itln t fur Hip. better cigarette than Camel! You'll find Camels unequalled by any cigarette in the world at any ii ln-- r price beciv'.so Camels combine every feature that can make a - If . Inw. priM-taJ- ntrwl mli fun TIm n uf l'ii-ntw- l Turiv''i and choice Domestic r 'to Camels in a class by tob-ic"" cijzrcllc c::preme Ccir'.z cv.pert blend of choice Tu .lau ilii- - .H. i imly tin-ai- l I'ifir wii.v iimuiiK Hh Imttrtatit liumn IikI". ami tu Exclusive. fnrf IIp uf thuiictit Imil A t'il,prt rrKwminir thr linlfrtH Ihvh ail.ll iut tta 4nk ft ii - It ii' Optometrist ft .thl.uv lit i' V IIHitwril rcfMi-f- i.t Innltli nianttud m Iut ftin ilmka nifl n "iituway." adilfil tkrlf ny i,.. (.f Vmit rirttluli An- - rhi- - wittl Huh ii iIk DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. am Iiit hIiihi Mi irah S I.jhi. ritn In ihtirtli "I .(III liini' my loin'' I Opposite Gilcher Hotel. lit" ItHttiir Wimimi'ii l'lirttitn Alii' Oflica lloun-- H to 12 anJ 1 to S p.m , A "t.K iw llii- - lirMCf l "i .tlinti tvttrlr Arlttur IUhmh.(liutrli-- -r t tlf m-- liiwH'nl ati'r I'lHualli It Hlin'"t itt I'l.- I r I'ihiik'II of wiru iiiml In lir aa If Itini' liail IihIwI ,.f I ,f-- t In Ain'rlm. turHiit tMirkHnrit fur n lHum'til In li i of llir fiiutirll o lllrlit ami tlml aaalu Itrnri' t'artrf ii ll- - HiriM I Mil Mf !. Ill an ii . Inun refill t'ttlw-c- t lixwl IkIiIi. wr MmMta) ci hIh? mi Urnx aeai. at Hi.- - I'liriaimni IhiIIiIu), lo tin nrh hUNCRAL DIRECTOR i i"l 'inn Hh Wllh lilrti Imiaftw iriilr fitlHr vlliuitliiti Ofllrr Over National Hunk. lif hnd Hill Imi-i- IiIIihI In In tit hi II fi- - mmy Mrl ' , 'In-ti.t J.J.Byrne Wurtiiirs. t.t rip tliv JfO.ii Jrtnt l)trl-l- i "ti 'iMnnilttff Ulihnr K 'IIwiiim, .;..-- . t Iti S Kru ml" it Amrrlinn Srun' Coinltt (( iI.itii) . JiiiM-- Ai',.r llr. i'rw. Vt drtiiilrtit imihv In Iut BrlrrHr rliantra. vara n Imd rtrrttia--i I'i.t Iim'I tImHalil. Iuvnh In lir.. KIIiit f !ht momwita with llmt tmd nlrid r ti thirr:3'?i :c. Their smoothness to you, and permit you iz r:r.oke liberally without tiring your taste Cirr.c!" '"?vo no unpleasant ciga-rcit- 3' ! rtl feSsin f,V 'Jnv' ft ft aVt23.-- ricuvHv zuc. r.rinr nor unpleasant J l You'n prefer Camels blend toeither kind cf tcbacco smoked straicht ! ii Si! KtiK-lan- d - I J "tr?9mmm .fr J. A. Beazlev ttrar:- H. 30O Irl tCmii ikn nfM for tb homm or - 1t j. Rji'noWi) Wi.u.-.-s.:i,ui, Tobccco i n. c Ca l.- i Itr.drtire I'lionr 3 Ollire I'lione 27 LASCASTKIt. KY. "ii ' I i it mil nml .oiaMunlt) 4aiilMlt, IiithI i I ii.. .'.I.tllif m,i! . Hit rnrtay-- of thi- k.t niUHlllw. lllf CI.HHtlti; HOH - t .ii-Hr- i H. J. PATRICK. lulu ! "inwrl ll.. (!. Z! t,Ul f.NMl lr iy IIHHIIKI - Imt tin' jiwrtiltik-- fur witilfh ItliHC of nfiHi'HI llnn. ttaat mm I i mHliHic I'rrtliliiK In. t.wthwl mlrlit IMra m l.llt.' that w a' if V'Sa-"-- J- Of "111 sul.l tn'in Tin- mit t Vtul if ri.Hirl piMfi-rt- . hx Uinl unit Dentist. ?Kitit Liok. rit". I -- Sltimaii.ai fur or lliwe I mifal l lur rlt iitii Iil frum llu- - far tind irn)i.r lUlii- , r ri.Ty Ihi- - an'mfrwt t rain. et-a- Mfw iik-s- Ainrn-NI- Konlu!t. l.iar, Ii. mill- - alihMl in trwi furiu ih.I k''ivmruHl kill furul.l' at lrnnaprtHi mil. iil in li. '. .Inuf itt lli- onrr!. Hrrt' Or. Printus 'II. An.wrr.il Valker ne aat art im all mkIi ntiiataaMi'. friH" VETERINARIAN. lM Promptly Day I'linn. 317. kt.n rucKY Honaker Fine Cut Flowers. John M. McRoberts. N. L. PREWITT Auctioneer SA I'lSFACTION (JUAKANTKKt), Lanraster. Ky . It F 1). No. 3 POSTED Wf will Tito undersigned hereay give warn- JW to all persons not to trespass upon .ur Uml; for any purposo whatever prosecute all offenders to i. Hie fullest extent of tho law. Ilunt- ami fishermen especially taJia notice. .Mrs, Corn I'hlllips. It. L. Elldn, t Airs. Km ma Daniels, It U Arnold. Mrs. Sarah J. I'. JtackUy. Mrs. Kuiina IliKcInbotham, Ldd and II. Price. , - C. M I Iticby. Anderson. hellcy. I) K i I. Darker J C. ItiiMby. Mri, Victurin Anderson. 1 uiiiipinti nnd Tracy W. T Klnc 1hm- i1ri' art ')m Imui'.l tin' man i tM'.iliil fur until ml krrvliv tn trimMol mmd ami rrll"'. aplrlt tli llie rlil lil t'li Up wnlrluil In olinri'r n If ItHl.f t'ouiirtl will ito 'Hi' i:nrii.ii all ll iMJriploiM lirauty iiiikIi inutf lliaii rflrit enmiimlm In n alnnr. Mun thr itMn; at Mi" child tatlnt (utiil. ury dlrftiil luniinLlilm dny. rnitiH nn. allvr. arid Hip It Mil, llh thr l.prrtln( (orrr. if liarl. ii.ti hf. llriHv I'nrlcr. tind onri a rotilmit pighl crat EMiHr, In 'I. at rlmlr and had tvaltrd )f nn t ih ai4m'ntMratlsn of MinT-lea- otitic tu walk hntnr tindrr llu" iHrr iful Bin In tlul llirri llnit tnr with that mini- - sui-v- t no nH.iaWc 4 U.I no IftljHiu) .l.nll klnrrr luwanl HiufH.riutliin, A. Itm nmsrrcail'm rnallrd nut kiiritlii-ln-- i 'Hi. l tlii" lara;. iimi ivaltlne in tlif dim vr.Hbtiti' lUtuiHMlliMi atlrinili"l iniiti'tij rarli fan1, .nnn1 in llif I'tiilnl Mnt." Mr. II.KHIT rnrn-r- l trancftv fMrnlllnr utlirr Tlio imiMilli. iv rt:irtkntri m . SiuhIi'IiIv h Muinan'a vnkv. iiap iiitlii In III" unaiiiiiiuu., tlu)ii;ti lni!r.-tM;- i .nil (uriii.l tiMtrluMnii. tliat pllrtinl lilcli. .tarllnl lilm. a Ml. 'jri mini nttt yrt ii.mIiiiix hut nitiipt hikI unllnl nillmi l" will linvi- - tu kl.tr In tin liy ttir wli.i..' mrrlinn Ifuplf tan Ti-'- l lunlKlit. Thf old lirMri' lin rr liiPrwIil. trncl fur '!. hrlp-Illllilrrll lluUtil Tll iiriMllnJ- - lnifi t'it ain and tlivy nay tin lion furinln: iti. Coiincll will or.'un-ij- f law N ti'nil In liri'iik." MiHr rrpt.rnutltr Id firry n mitriHiir of oxcltiftn'nt. Tlu'rf f llir nation ntul kimiiMi.' i'i'lalm"I. "Why. Jam limn ami iixtit iU'nt fur tlif run iw of llif tifrrwurj fund." wi'tit "tit llu' lili' I'litriiiiiv mid down In old road iiilti' ti fi' tnlnttlea iiaii!" Aitildt Mh1 gfiiHrnl llr no mm ti" f (ml ilif man. at with i liitrliuic Pleads for Europe's Ih itaaluil around Helpless Children nt his Innrt. down iln hill unto Ihf Ihf rlnirrli ami old road. "Iii'ii- - ihi atiKry tumult uf llif rithlnr Hmt tnniti' a tlrnfi'iilnc mar t'uulil la" nt' hrr? Of what prr hl (liuti.aiida now 7 Wlinf n had It.f.v hronalii Mm anyway? Tl'f i i Moon ami almii.t itttMiifl h'tn "Jbih'" In- - mlhil lonilly. imcuMi In fur) iIImt uf hi kidHB. Stlddifl -r lv ii U in in ala inll. ii Mph lll'r tli.1 fl . HIIH. rtlllUlBL lOW'tird IllHl. Ilni ' .in.-!hf r to IiIm a. If hf would iifii', it'i h i .-- lift after iw -- mri till .lain r at ll u tuanV fine .law Sr ..,HM hi. (...ml . mn.l IMhk f up tlm rtiil'iinknifiit tlw dam ha jNt Inirnt !" HTKr-rillj- (mh aftrr in.-il- h M nl tu -- ' ti. ktitmtHC lli'-oii.Ii ii ilrr4iur1al 'I Ur rrltMli aZ SUMi.iMi ii f Id' fuinl . Juki at rrrl r ihr fl IhIi Hr urmn iwiIImI uf hu4mj tl,t ami .nitahlHil tu n I inr ui i4ff, a lltlli' triinnjlHl fnrllt tit f tlic l wiim Ii rirfi mnill'- -. . No ihililn ii faii nIHrrHnl thi auiH niili'i kuiimtcl llkf .train Jrwn tin lirnvntjr rlmlr ii f ulilih -- tu. nlticlni:. Kar liarl, u n dark rorniT nt n hi nntluin zalnlut m l'ttl olr.'HBtli X, TREES ) nniM wltli stmvltii: i'.tio ami TREES Frugal to the End. ti' In"-nltl- l.p trlr nfti-ron- r.r i FRUIT AND SHADH TKKES had nnt lone tu llvr. I'mni'iilly IH.OOMING SIIUUIIS lips mm iil, ii in) her d.itizhtrr hrnt GRAPH VINES ovit lur to cntrh tho lut ivunK "Hlowout that Mump of cnndlf." BVEKG KEENS w hlapi nil Ihiold womnn. "1 can I'ERENNIAIis . in dlf In tlm dark." RIIUHAR1! ROSES HEDGE ETC. FREE ILLUSTRATED CATALOG. NO AGENTS. hi-- r - An old woman known for Iiit erly hnblt." was un her driithl'fd. tnlv Sim - Gratitude. Clrrk rinilii)nl Ix hlnil llif rutin-tc-r nt n pnt nlllif In the mmtli ol rvct'titly ri'mrd n yinme ulrl In order In nhow from tlrownliiK. their nppreclntlun uf the yoiin;; miin'a bniTiTy, locnl hnf iio. to purrlintx Ihrlr atnmpi nt his pM nlllrv. lindon I'unrli. A "in i II. F. II1LLENMEYER LEXINGTON, & SONS (!) LOOK OUT ti ii! (it KENTUCKY. ( ! I Our big Closing Out Sale will begin January lst,1921 Everything in our enorI mous stock must go. Bi In Position. From ti ftory "I inn half Inclined to ktn you. he aatd, as he bent over her, Ilostnn Transcript COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF i iimi'-oi- CAUItAIM) ri.lCl'lT Marv I. MorKnn. etal VS. COVIVV I'lnim IT Jidmotttt MiirfcHiiV (iiiardmn, I I reductions In every line. Our sole ft I in an-wi- .' .l-- ihf rl- - ' .rriiyiii xuimi imjuw me 'iiniitic nearer fiery moiiutii they klnirslfil Hp the aide uf Ihf Mi'eii t' mid reaelifd the lup not u mo Ak llapy turned In luetit tun mmki v ,il. It the I '.irk awakd uf wuleix l IliMlh nun iw Ihi'iii III ' 4 llrw.' uwlriuMly T KHthervd Jutie arnk. "' elin Itol. ),HI "he- MaHatmJtleKltfs. i "liml fn Wliftv tlc "Tlii-' llrrli rl lluiMTk Ihhiu'Iv it 4Miinit iln fur 'talimi i;urnMti ilillilri'ii "Im f.i r Inrmlllili Iruavdjr ItiW wIiiIit t.iiU Anifi in iiniif in tl.Hr riMin- - 'Hi.- - fmiiN li) "lilili itinrliKii util lia ln-i- i fiillni: .nit. Ii i. Iuiii- - run .nit mill ihnl l In- - uork pri-- i tiifit lu.ii nut ktii' u .! 11111 ii In "a iini'wu ii- - of ulial uiiiild tlif lliliiiu'lil'" .i"t iHIiit cri'iil Anirr- Ii'mii iit!iif i raii Ajillim linn uiilii.it witli Mr llniiwrV ursMtilriillini miller ' Hit- UHllu nf I hi' liiirofa-ut- i iti'lli'f i'linn- lnt iippi'til for fuiiiU. 'Hi ell In u iiiHiiliniiitlii.' Hk'fti'ii' uir tin' Aiut-r- l run Krd fink. Ilir 1'ilcinli' (yn.iUir.). Ilia Siriliv I'liiiiinlllii Ji.vilkli Jnlnl In iriliiitlini I'lHitiiilliiii, llii Knlirnl t'iutilirk uf t.'lirlsl la Aim-rltI he K'nlilil" of Coluinbuav u. c. a. i.'i-- j Hji v. w. a. . ibv Aiiii-rlin- n your. uro im it. Hi'l int. Tvt Suy Vi- ! yon rei ihai kin(f7 ivn I. iwiiMty, a hi) luMl-fuiir- In-e- vi n m tyon4y-lti- . Itoli Ifuii aMi I t my rlilMii-t- i limn lllll I!i.. lllll Iluli--I- f IVme II. 1 inn pruie It. It. will of ite Sanatorium Jor flu "JViMttswrtt u p. W Rlti ihu your IMII Yi iaf't prme i i 'nrorewU arisitn; from the sale jon tiunlly between the Joint omirr ' 1'ursunnt to a jtiilnifnt rendirru nt Ihf N'ovi'mlttT 'lorm. lltUO. thu ui. aeriiKiusI Contmikaioni'r will sell at mildin Till. I Im.. til In (hi. ' WiMcr, befiire the Court Home door ir Lancaster, Kentucky, at II nVh ID A M., or thereaboutii. un i MON'PAY, DKCUMHKU 'J7. I9J0. ; '" " "rrani Cotlnty t'outt Term, the real e.tate H.t.l mnlii.n.i.l lu lit.. uImh.1 Iuim .'."I aenbvd n rollovr : ; ,i .tKW.wl Umi; in tiarrnr . ("uunti, Kentucky, on the head w.-- i tria of Hark Crruk, and hounded follow Iti'irintiinv; m an elm tree nenr the ilvelllnc hou.io; thence fence to the fence on line of O. T. Wallnrc farm; thence South with fence on Wallace farm an Ilurnaide to llurnside's line: thence 'North with the fence to fiooch an M.irisim line; thence Went to the eH. the beirinnmu. sujiposet! to eitain lit acres more ur less. I This i the srime property convene t ii Man I'.. Muruan nndJohnetta l r uasti. Us J. C. .MorKim. by deed diiteuj Aat.u' I --', 1U20. nnd rumnlisl in the iirrar Counly t'lerk's Office in Dee H .ik N'o. 10, pnite 215. Ttie purpose uf tlie sale ia to divine nili-tlu- n hli-hn' I ii bills will be out iii a few days. Muke your preparations to attend this sale for we mean business nnd Jt is. up to you to take advantage of our low prices. Everything will be sold for cask. Nothing will be taken out on trial, End we will not fill any phone orders unless you send the cash by the person whom you expect to brintf your order. Watch for our sale bills. I I i;i I i Becker & Mallard l 8 BRYANTSVILLE, PHONE 27. KENTUCKY t,. I i " J I THE NATIONAL BANK . OI? MilauiuoJ lv A I.euif.w J. A ul,u.-.t-e tnat.J.-'- t i CuImU 1 1 t'l It it ad. ... Kites 1 ffi.'.ii.ts 1 uai J. . . .1- i O ur t.!t . I h.k, kv tl.'.lliSn. i '' ' . -. . t . irf I'm . r a TKIt.MS; ll h Well. I .Ill't ' II. Come The sale will be made un u credit ii f tx niiintKs and the purchnser will aerokk wllh Hull pie' be required to exiiiUe bond with ii- provei' aeeuriiy irr the purclmac "Chest" Was Hnrmlfss. priro. due In six iiu nllis bcariiiK A Khol lulil ao frlKlllelliit the wol per rent Interest from dntu until natd.i 2 en uf Sell' J. Vorka. UiirIuiiiI, that avini: the furee art" effect of n judu- - 3 tnutiy Im J iitnl. had In lu) III huliie tent upon which execution may is-- 1 J women when iliirknik" ell 8i'irul ue, paable to W. II. Itroiwi. Master xlntiil tlml llii'V had ai'eli n llcure In :on:i irsionrr of the (iitrrard Circuit ' 'Urt, .'ni l n lien will be received U white diirliint alHiiil near miiih tree, i. lie property soli until nil tr. in li e ilntriri I liter un nllili'le nlnted k ui the huhlt uf irnlnlne .trcnafc money I pxuid. Hint h 1. Ilrown, Maktcr Ceinmissloner' lielwii'ti 7 mid 11 p. in., mid that hi. Cnrrnrd Citcult Court. riiiiiiliik' tu rufk tu Id. ut nlht. iluulit-tea- ., itrlclniiled Ihf Khnai nurlea that '. K. Koblnson, Att'y. A. M. Uournc, Auctioneer. ImwI creuliil all Hie atlr. thereof. LANCASTER. .! CnpUtil .;t),010. .Surohr.s Honor (toll Bonk J C llonk-i- n K M $30,000. sitji It. nSN'N'Y. I're.lcnt. S. C. DKNNY. Cnshier I'AUI. KU.IOTT, IntJ'vidual . STO'J4KS, Vkcl'ttsst TIIOMI'SON'. Hnok-Keepe- t. Telkr ir. lU'flll (J. U. C MOII' FY. t.enernl VC SOLICIT YOUR tUSINESS. Swinehrnnd. Alex It Penny, J il Posey, J. K Stormea, 1 r Sunuer. Or W " L'lliott, DircctoVs. fa hurry i 2 m T in ( rn t Haro.-d-. Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Dec 23, 1920 0tf Up Or You'll Miss FOSS Old Santa Claus Gi&ATLY REDUCED t WEN'S AND BOYS' FINE SHOES and Boots "COLLEGIAN" SUITS AND OVERCOATS ; rLEES" FAMOUS CLOTHES FOR MEN ' PERFECTION" SUITS AND COATS FOR BOYS, NEV-ES- T THINGS IN FINE SILK NECKWEAR, SILK HOSIERY, BRONZE, OLIVE, MEADE, TAUPE, ETC. CHRISTMAS SfiOPPEIS STETSON, KEITH and IMPORTED HATS REGAL FINE CRAVEN ETTED CAPS PHOENIX THERMO COATS IN RED HEATHER AND GREY, COOPER AND MUNSING UNION SUITS GRINNEL'S FINE GLOVES IN DRESS AND HEAVY, FLANNEL SHIRTS, ALL NEW COLORS AND They nre buying and Inlying fast nn Accident narrowly nvotdctl ycsterdny in the null. Get in at your very firit opportunity, nnd select something from thin wonderful showing of CHRISTMAS GOODS. Don't wnit until the Inst nnd miss the best things. No prices like these anywhere for line Christnuvt kx1j. We want you to loolc our SILK (iOODS over nt once, whether you buy or not. We will expect you all this week. Sharp Cutting Reductions on all Suits and Overcoats Buy Every Piece of Giothing You Need at these Re- markable Prices WEIGHTS. LOGAN TRAGEDY Imuauul Interest Muni- -' Tested In The Suicide Of Richmond Girl In New York. ' & ANDERSON BROS.. .MAKKSHtlKY LANCASTER J Rev can- A ' KY. ht i Hard Work To Enforce Game Laws Child Evangelist, Aged 12 Is Rival Of Billy WARDEN WHO WAS DOING HIS DUTY AND IS KNOWN HERE. GIRL PREACHER ' Sunday, is ARRESTED IN ADAIR. .Mary Airnes Vichestnin. ngwl IS. rittntiurgV rival to "Hilly" Sun. NriW YOUK. Dec. 10. In n state, tny. Her subjects ranxe from the went to newspaper men, counsel for simplest leseons of the llible te s t5ie yeunp; Jcrseymnn whose name refutation of the Darwinian bits been mentioned by frirnil of of organic evolution. She is M is Hetty Tevis as that of the man 'auehtcr of Joseph Vichestnin, formv.lio jilted her and thereby drove hcrj er police eeurt magistrate, and Hw V suicide dental Inn client was a. editor of a labor paper. She has been preachm ' ''JuunRe lizard" at fashionable hotels m the ' vlio live., by hi wit and sought churches or that city since she wus Miss Tevis bund in marriage, only to 0 years old ami has lately gained of national church hjiurn her on learning she was not the attention figures and is being acclaimed as one. wealthy. Mlsa Tevis Mint herself last Thurs- of the most remarkable child evanday night in the apartment of her gelists the world has ever known. Oil the rostrum she is shy ami fitter, IQu. ..Joseph T. Talbert, formarly of I'.fnhmonil Ky widow of almost a ditfidnnt little girl, hut a banker,, at. $0. 110 Kaat Slth St. when she appears before an audiMrs. TaltfcH" told the police hcrsis-Ic- r, ence there is an immediate chime" who wits itiKhtccn years old. nnd a whirlwind of oratory follows. resembling generally that of "Hilly" h revolver tu Iter breast immediately for a telephone Sunday. She is all arms and legs, in her exciting gesticulations nnd proi .ivcrtiou.shc had, with a man. Nevnrjwpcro" were told nfter the duces a marked eiTect on her audi- tracedny by person a telephoning nees. Resides preaching in New Castle, r. itiioriyimiusly.thiit. n certain man I'a., she has addressed audiences in In a town across', the river was for the jrirPs art. This Cleveland and many of the vilhiKe nnd townships mar 1'ittnhurK. nihil waa .still out for each of but his attorney innde this tbr l I .irecd liv-Inj- r'atcmant: Attorney's Statement "My client 'rrkt Miss Tevis twice ii. the Hotel Plain. They were casual e(unlntauces. There was no ourtsbin. He never telephoned to 'M.ss Tevis. is ' NOVELTY FOUR The Second Number Of Lyceum Series Coming: well-knuw- n Dec. 27, 1920. true he passed under nnotlier name, but it was his middle j The Novelty Four, name, and it was used because he musical comimny entertainment wished to save hi family notoriety! . huh will appear liere on the in event he i;ot into any course .Monday evening. Is Kieh tut the sous of wealthy families i:.reum i wot what the name implies a irrationally get into. lie did not "Novelty" company. U liv by hw wits, nor wus he Selections of rear variety are n fortune Mcker. He has considerych in a manner nt oHee artistic ably more money than Mm. Talbert Vim and life and entertaining. or her sister po-iabound and the audiencW are always "TW story that he wni run out of onthuidaMic in their praise of this Okla., m untrue. .Sometimes epioitdid organization. Hie sons of wealthy farniW get into Instrumental music predominates a fiHdMeial scrape. My client own. but male quartet numbers and road-ing- s rtnisMeruhlc stek and property and arc akso given. 'li is in busiitess fur lumwlf. Hm The orchestral numbers are renwrnf arouml u bit Juit us young men dered with spirit and snap while the f hia age twonty-on- e du, but Individual instrumental work is fhorewM uutiiiHK in Ids aetiuaintunce Vtoiin. cornet and piano v. .th Miaa Tevis to loud 10 any belief tolas ar a feature of the program. hf wa roKsed to her Those who I'our young men compote the cwn buve tried lu mvoive him a tli 1 vy- rauso of her suicide are themsehe of tlic lounge lizard type. Dr. Croasfield "Who know that the girl'a xulclde I'lis the result of a telephone vail?. Wins SuiL 'Vliy could it not huvc been due to M R. CrossfteM, president of tome uarrel other than the allexed Trafrylvania University, won on ap JilUnrr by telephone?" I runt a Judgment for $1UU It wus learneil that on Kiiday peal ncnii'M him in the Henderson Cir even ing n tall, hlund-hairoyoung t Ci urt in favor of Osear 1W. .t, man with moustarhe, unsuerini; live ca f a studi'.ii. sent home on a chMirge description of the' New Jersey man, Dr. Crosstieid wrote nppeared at the Campbell funeral misconduct . I .... ... .1 I .ri.. the Hoy's father about the case, and Iwns. sued for lllel, tlw university ' the body of MU levi. fhe Jury' retumeu Tal- Learning of this incident. Airs. verdict "f JUKI uirninat Dr. Cross-hel- d Iiert caused the iinmeilfate removal but the Court of Appeals in an jf her lister's body to the St. (ieorg's opinion by Judge Shihmmjii held that of her sistcr'a body to St. George's the letter wus u privileged communiChaple, Htuyvcsant S(uure, where und malice hud to be proved funeral services were held Saturday cation in order to make him liable, u Dr. afternoon. Croitdcld owed the duty of comMrs. Talbrt und her sister's body municating the circumstance to the re in Klchnioud, Ky., the home of father. Interior Journal. Tevis' family, the "It ? l.e sl. 'I'll. activities among tne mountaineer " Mr. Dillion told of a tight being vaged in Adnir county Warden S. J. Ktnbry. of Stanford .caught sev ernl man hunting out of season n September, ll!t. AH except one escaped at the. time but Inter were ar rested and pleaded guilty. in July these men obtained an n ngaittst tnr '.arie' charge of trespass and breut 'i of ti i He wus freed of the trcp. peace. charge but was found guilty and tin ed $r0 and costs on the other An attempt is now being made to have Air. Kmbry Indicted on a chsrge of prejury growing out of his lat trial, according to a letter written commission by K. S. i,f a strke. Mr. llHtTman A Christmas tree will be at the as born Dec. ISt- hand was wen the arrests and 2 convwtion Collins. church for the bcneAt of the Sunday ir.ko.ed to .Miss Viclonm amej by volunteer wordun. who t rhol Friday afternoon of thiaj Sept. II. IXSI. He leaves a wife assisting the dwrtieHt in it rv He united with Just before the delivery of and six children .(Torts to cosrsre the noh and game urek the presents a nice little pregram in the rhurrh al this place 12 yean ago. nf the state. eluding a number of the Sunda) The Mtor, Rev. Skaggs held a short One of the bitterest tights in the aftrrnwoa at the school pupils, will be carried out un- service Sunday history of Kentucky is being wage.' Miss Alice jravr before n large concourse of by the Fish and tiamr der the direction of continuously to their amis. icUtives and friends Commission in its elf arts to eonwr-thfish and gnme of the state. n Secretary John Dillion. f th' In some sections he cdor'-t- o mission. enforce the conservation laws ,ri .' being fought by even the judge the courts, he said. Strenuous effort have been nn'.c to enforce the laws in every pari of the state but with little etrct in sor.i according to the secretary'' In Ow-lecounty, for instance, he said that only two hunting liscenses had been issued up to Dec. 1st. "Owsley county has nut had a game warden for more than two years"' PER CT GUARANTEED SAVING OF "Wu have been said the secretary. unable to get anyone who would muke boon Tlimisamls of I'honoKraphs airests since Warden Roberts was Ins" up for thi InrKcat Wholc-mlimtde killed from ambush as a result of Came arKy.. Sixty-thre- e Frankfurt. for vtolntien of the Kentucky rets Fish an issmie hiw, with SI conviction was the record of tb kiimo warden- throughout the state during Or Utbr and November. ncecrdimt t Maj. ('. J. Meredith, supcrtnt ndent of vardew. of the State Ptsh nc R. J Skaggs resigned Ue nf the church at this place tu lit M l.ou Ella Dentin, sf Usurne, take effect the first of the year spent the week-enwith Alb Dial will preach his farmed sermon Siimlav. then thev will mv to Pool i n Faint Lick, where he will have Mr (enter liought of Jna Rnyston! charge of the Alt. Tabor church and Kobert Fo a bunch of hogs, Rev. Sknggs and family ssnce comittK paying for then ct. iter pound. here a short time ng, made man Mr. nn Mi, rtobt. llu.Tmnn, Mr. warm friends, who regtet to them l.h. Mrs. StniTtM uravinir Ih k. I.mHi llutfrnan and .Miss Mnr Huffman, sf I.exingtoa, Air. anil Mrs .i valuable assistsat In her hnshttad'. Mike Kennedy, of Hryantiville. Mr ork. made a snlemiid jmelwrettr. ami Mrs. Kb Dickerson, of Mr J. W. llHlIman died nt his ter. atteadcsl the funeral of Air. J. Dec. resnlt 17th.. ths j borne. W. Huffman Sunday nftcmtn n.t llut Thtre Art Such. eiressUWy stupid man must bo believes as well us unflxiMlalit,. on his own side. tlnn' Is IH virtue Should Or Holy Spot bos elshty. of anil Innumenitile tun MHMtastcrle rbsM-of sri- churcl., dirtiie lllHMlllUtll4l H Th' ltnnd r)m Iu Cowmtion Thirty-tw- o of prnlyi j Owls In Old University City. Owls, n U pniHr lu Him nse of btnls nf sueh rviHiwnr.1 solemnity nd secludis! hutdt, Imivii always ex tilMlt-h particular liking for Htford unlvvntty. ItenHlly they havn estate . Hlnil a new colony In tbo it etl walls of the lUxllolnti lltirary and thf Tower of th Urn Orders, In the Old Schixils iilMdrnncle. Members of tb library slafT now occaslirtially tind relaxation from their duties by rescuing the voun I'lrils which find their way down to ilie veineiit of the quadrancle am are uiinble to lly up d Ivy-oie- e Gash Raising 50 Manufacturers Phonograph Sale uu (k'tilers, by Amurica's bout IMionoirrnph .Maiuifacttiror.s. The money .striiiKonc in nk oh it impossible! for the wholiLSjilvr to accupt those machines at this time. To raise immediate cash, it is necessary for the Manufacturers to It ml other ways for quick disposal of these machines und consequently, they have decided to sell direct to the user at prices which will surely interest everybody. With this object in iew, ,it limited ui.irttity of these IMionoKraphs h men allotetl to us, to sell nt prices lower hiin iuual Wholesale Dealer's cost. Stunforil attorney who wai retanc to defend the warden. The u., who hoard the ense. Air. Alcorn wrote the commission ndvwed the at?rn . to liave his client plead guillv fo the rhrg of breneh of the pcuif, t rlanng that If he took the stand " his own Itshnlf, he would be in .irtr .'or false swearing. Kmbry p'(um to plead guilty. In the case of a man at Can" bellsville, who buy a jud seiU grav iiixt s. which, according to .Mr, Dillion. i contrary to the Kentucky luw, the man win fremi and a fox giver br. k to him by the county judge, af'er i gaaie warden had caused Ins urn-- ' : i Alcrn, a A Guaranteed Phonograph at 50c on the S .size FOR KXA.M1M.- K- A liijrh rade usually sold for IMionoifraph $130.00 is ollorcd durintc this sale for $78.7.ri. NOV IS YOUR CHANCE law lr 3 PLAYS ALL THESE MACHINES WILL GO FAST COMK IN TODAY. d Business Is Soid. J. W. Wslkrr , Mat Croccry AnJ Mrll To TIik itrsdthsw lirolhsrs. S1U Air. J. W. Wuller ha sold his grocery und meat market ,u the Martin Huildlng on Fourth street to llrudshaw llrothtis of (inrrard Co. It is understood that possession wilt Im! given the first of January. who .Messrs. llradshaw llrothers t some months ugo purchased the Chang Your Key. When Gresn and Tendtr. farm on the 1'erryvllle The felluw who Is uNn)s burping Anderson ' ' It Is in r salad days Uist wo art oil one atrtag soon p-t- out of tune pike expect to move to Danvillu the most ttsrUcnlsr about our iiresmsf. with the world. Hostoii Transcript- - first of the year. Dunville Advocate -- Bostoa Transcript -s livery I'honourKph in this sale is Ktiiir. antuod by the tuamifuctiircr against material and workmanship. Thege IMionoKraphs will play all makes of records. Come in immediately anil hear tho.e wonderful Phonographs. You Will Marvel At The Prices Hurry Hurry I Hurry I Get First Selection. Quantity is Limited. tle-fectl- m nmoany This i ECORDS a hemitiful model hii;h. Piano llnished lo'-in- c' plnv all makes of records and is ftl!y k'uarantccil. An extreme or golden oak. in Will value at our prices. REGULAR PRICE $150.00 Manufacturers' Cash ltiiisintf Sale Price 1 S78.75 McEOBERTS DRUG STORE