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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): December 30, 1920 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1920 cen1920123001_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 30, 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, LANCASTER. KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON. DECEMBER 30, 1920. NU J TltlUTT NMT TEAR Wi E BANQUET. Bright Outlook Is Seen. GARRARD RECORD ATTEND-ANCMR. WILSON'S NEW Spell s "Tater" COUNTY MAN Federal Reserve Bank Predicts Era To Salesmen And The With a "P." EXPECTED HOME IS PALACE. nrrnigned before Judge When of StaUissd Business. Stapp last Tuesday for not sending Meets Tragic Death In Office Force. At Ninth Farmers' Description Of Future his children to school as prescribed Cleveland, O.. The Fourth Fed Indiania. by law, Hob Jordan, n gentlcmnn eral deserve Hank, In Its monthly ComThe Lexington Dry Good Conclave. Abode Of The summary of business condition. from out In the county, possessing j R Dlekenon, Gaffney, sued recently, says buslnes. h. The remains of Lucicn gut-- , bolshevik whiskers and n deep ,'f one tw from weathered the storm of lU'JO audi Stale College Of Agriculture Com President. H teral voice, gave as a reason that the were brought here Monday a ilcllghttui onice l.n.li.i. It. I.I .nlt.tit.(ihr.rtil t,'fl. lll' Mitchell, Ind., and taken to the home that nn era of stabilized conditions force ami all lianquct lu tne the Lo ...... ill inn IH..KIIWUI its salesmen at pletes Feature Progrsm In PreMr. Wilson, who bought n h J" "meanest speller" he ever knew, of his father, John (ialfney, near is In sight. Fayette Hotel in Lexington last rethey - Is- Washington In on 8 Street cently, will lie the first to make hl home In Washington. Friend of President Grant present-oi- l him with n henutlful residence on I Street, within n few blocks of the White lloue. He never liveil in it, but ohi the proeprty to General Sherman and moved to New York when hU term expired. The home Is rrgarded as one of the finest exnmpleii of Colonial architecture in Washington. It l hullt of Colonial hrlck and Indlnna limestone house U on n raised level wrll otT th saroat, the grounds surrounding it covering nearly half a block. The entranco U through n large stalrwny A wide Colonial hall. leods to the second floor, and from th flrtt landing n benutiful view is obtained of the floral garden In the rear of the building. The second floor contain a large library, n formal reception room and a dining room. An unuual feature is an oval sun parlor which affords n commanding view of the city looking south toward the river. Six masters' bedrooms and feur baths comprise the third floor. Servants quarters are located on the fourth floor. To the west of the budding there lawn,- - and at the is a twenty-foo- l rear a large format garden extending through the entire block. The garden Is enclosed by a stone balustrade anil Is treated in a formal way with box hedges and walks of stone flags. There is a mlnaturc fountain in the centre. lly way of illustration, Jordan de clared that the teacher in question nlwnys Insisted on his I my spelling nnd thnt the spell-in- g "Inter" with a of lots of other very simple words by this "lady authority" was so ridiculous and so much at variance with his own standards of orthography that he had considered himself Justified In keeping his kids at home. These remarks caused quite a tittering in the court room, but when order had been restored, the court fined Jordan 110.00 and ordered him lo start his children to school immediately, and nt Use ssmc time advised him in a paternal way of the probable personal benefits he might erive from a prompt attendance at i good night school. "" Remembers The Force The oilier force of the Record was very pleasantly remembered by Mrs. .Mnry Held Wilder, she having sent us a box of home imide candy, the best ever. Mis Mary worked for us too long not to know our weak-net- s for these delightful sweets and wc tire all deeply grateful to her fur After Big Game. Meirs. ltoger llourlnnd and Julian Hoy Hlliott, two of ScuuW. ore spending the holidays nt the home of Mr Webb Kelley in the county They are hunting and trapping, and from the amount of paraphernalia which they took on their trip, one would infer that the fur bearing animals will be entirely exterminated In that particular locality Saturday A Holiday At Postoffice. Saturday, New Years day the pojt office will observe holiday hour. There will be no delivery by rural carriers on that day. All Ready For Opening The opening of Ijincaster Tobacco saks will find the two big houses in rtadincss, their floors full to their , lapaci-.yplenty of buyers on hand, and everything in readiness, for o hope and expect will he a whnt Cupid Busy During Holidays The Yule tide is usually Uie,fcuay time with Cupid, but he fairly dat-di- d himself this Xmas. On Christ; mat Kve. Clerk llroaddus informs us license to wed eight he Issued couples. American Legion Meeting. The American Legion of Hcldal Snnford Post No. 35 of this place will meet at the TOUCH COUIIT HOOM in Uncastcr, Thursday night, January Cth. 1921 at 7 P. M. This will be the first meeting of the new year mmi several things of great importance, will come before this Post-Tranfcring your Insurance Jan. MUX in All th. EX. SERVICE the County whether or not you be- 1st., place it with Gaines, where satisfaction prevails, and losses arc long to this POST are earnestly paid promptly. to be present. and invited Company is the best, and oldest Agency in Garrard County. Off To deposit money, go to a bank, Block." nury the dead, go to an undertaker, Huy it farm, go to n realestnte man. The Kort Myers, Kla., Daily Press Protect your life und property, go tells of Saufley Hughes Jr., landing tu un Insurance Man, GAINKS, 43 large Spanish mackerel oil of HF.ST HY TKST, and no side line, It paid for more losses in 1920 than nil Sanibvl light, one day last week. says i combined. A record for 10 year old amateur Prosperous New Year to you. fishermen probubly was established GAINKS, The Insurance Man. by F. S. Hughes, Jr., recently when Spanish mackhe caught forty-thre- e Swope erel In n day's fishing, with plenty of time for lunch. Swcceed The day's sport for the three, his father, was 114 which included Washington, Kentucky Republimackerel, two fine blue Ash and n can leadens have reached nn agreelurgo trout ment relative to the distribution of federal patronage under the Harding administration, it was learned. Kach Republican member of Congress from Kentucky is to have conThe Garrard- - Tobacco Warehouse trol of the patronage that pertains Senator-elec- t Co. have sat aside ost driveway for to his district, while Ihs us of trucks only, ths same will Klchurd P. Knut and National A. T. Hcrt arc to pass upbe numbered and unloaded In rota, wagons. on the merits of applicants from the lion separately from th by DemoIhs wagons will b numbered eight districts represented appointees will b crats, nnd also determine separately In rotation and for federal positions from the state givsn the use of two drlvswsjrs TUs inevalion will, wa at large. Representative King Swope, who are sura be greatly appreciated by distance was defeated last month, Is to be tlieee farmers living at named United States District Attor-ne- y wka desire la use Melee Trucks. for the eastern district of KenWANTED: I want about fifty tucky, according to reports. It Is heats, weighing about 75 pound. predicted that Mrs. Cora II. StephenCall phone No. 05 oc 162. son of Louisville, is to be given an (tf) J. K. Robinson. Important position in Washington. -- splendid sra.on. ;The feeling' of unrest which TDis pervaded the tobacco grower is and they arc rntertainYng optimistic feeling as to the tnoir prices which they hope will prevail. There Is as yet nothing upon which to base any definite opinion as to what prices will be, however, the crop Is '0 splendid one, and is much better handled than in many years, and nothing has been left undone cither by producers, handlers or warehousemen (o bring the very best prices. Meanwhile all arc anxiousnext ly awaiting the opening on Tuesday, January 4th. "Sold Out" "Chip Of Old King To Slattery. Garrard Tobacco Warehouse. Com-mittnu- Prenchcrsvlllc from whence "We arc still sailing the seu of Wednesday nt six o'clock. Immcdl- paration For 2,000 Feb. . ... . i i .. . it . were taken ..Tuesday for Interment rcaiiju.nmem, .. wic sum-moi1I1,n,, In the Paint Lick cemetery. Some .quail, have blown up. but More than 'J.000 Kentucky Md n ihoft Mr. Gaffney was employed by atj,c business ship has successfully and their wives arc expected from various members of the firm . .I ,t...- Inrt.n irmfitif fflMnrv In Mitchell, snd i I .L -' to come to Lexington, Feb. I, to at and some of the ..boys, which proved ..nln..Wnl a mass of crusneili was . ,,. . The facl remains, however," It tend the ninth nnnual Farmers' , stone from a bin by means of a concuding t, general' V'0', ,lP , , Vi Week which will he held the first I hi. L .. nnr. llnue itl ttnfii stonnerl ... . four days of that month by the Coliiubiiiv.9 i,u.,ium, "mnr).. ui .mi: i....tH.... .it. Mr. Dickcrson has been with this from some cause and Mr. GalTncy "that wc arc still on the sen and lege of Agriculture, University of went to the top of the bin to see to cannot leave the ship until we reach prosperous firm for the past 13 years Kentucky. The final program of and is considered one of its most the trouble; he stepped on the top of port, valuable nwets. Most of his time is the convention which has Just comthe mass of stone when it began to "We believe land l in sight and pleted, shows that the entire agrimove nnd he was engulfed under that within time wc will reach re- taken up on the road. He tells us cultural college faculty, assisted by tons of rrushil rock. It was four fuge safely in the harbor of stabiliz- that the past year was one of the more than --'0 speakers best ill the hitory of the firm and hours before he could he extricated, ed business. expects business within the will participate In giving the farmers that he and life was extinct. "While the year has been one of and their wives the latest informaMr. (inlfney is survived by a wife surprising development to many," next month or so to again reach a tion on subjects relating to the probsubstantial basis and the corning and one child. the statement says, "there is nothing year a prosperous one for his tlmi lems of thu farm and home. Lecbut what students of business con- and its valued patrons. tures on the various subject will Moving Day. ditions had expected." be given by recognized authorities "A substantial liquidation has takand demonsttations held to show the The anual season for moving U at Bourne-Robar- ds. visitors the application of the inforhand and every available wagon is en place,I and the damage done, as I nun . I ... I -- .. ..I!...I. being pressed into service. There compare, ..!.. me Angle Far mation. T,e marr,.Ke of Mis en, lias ueen surprisingly r.nu... n ,. , Mr iun Mii.n tu. Features of the event will he a arc very few vacant houses in says. and the chances are the supburls, took place in Danville Satur- special program which has !bccn preply will by no means equal the deday morning, Rev. Strother of the pared for farm women, meetings of Dull mand. Methodist church olficating. The the various livestock breeders' associations, a special four-da- y tractor Last Monday was one of the dull- bride is the daughter of Mr. and school and n Joint meeting of nil New seen here in many Mrs. Floyd Hournc nnd is admired est county courts poultry associations in the state. The day was cold and by nil who know her. The groom is Mr. W. H. Gullcy. who has Just months. The nddrcss of welcome to those atand the small crowd "hugged" a young business man of that city, tending m'ed here from Nicholasvllle, has rainy the convention will be given M. wpciu'd up n first class restaurant on the stoves of the merchants most of and is the son of Mr. and Mrs. y n short bridal by Pres. F. L. McVey, of the Univcr-sitAfter the coiner of Lexington Street and the day. Practically no stock was F. Robards. of Kentucky and the opening trip, Mr. and Mrs. Robards will make Is prepared to serve regular meals on the market. their home with the groom's par session will be held at nine o'clock and short order lunches H will be February 1st. I)"y"'c- j run under the name of "The City Like Headliners on the list of Restaurant" and a call will be apprespeakers will be W. C. Hanna, The kiddies and other who be-Duncan-We- st. ciated. Commissioner of Agriculture; Dr. lleve Christmas is not Christmas j without snow, were overjoyed upon The marriage of Mr. llurmnn Mary Schwartz Rose, Columbia Unirising Sunday morning to find the West, oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. W." versity; Dr. Carolina Hedgcr, ElizaWe are carrying this week and ground covered with the benutiful T. West, of this city, to Miss Rudyc beth McCormlck Memorial, Chicago; Hut alas, their joy was of Duncan, of Dixon. Ky., wne consu-mate- d U L. Jones, Scc'y. Indiana Poultry will carry for four consecutive weeks snow. Gael ing, Kansas n list of delinquent taxes that will short duration, for under the inin that city on December 'JOth. Association; John Handschln, 1921, fluence of a southern brcexe, It had at the home of the bride, where she City, Mo., Prof. W.-- F. be sold on January nil disappeared by Monday morning. was exceedingly popular. She is un University of lllitlolsi': Dr. Elisabeth day. All which is county court persons paying their taxes before attractive and petite blonde und Campbell, Cincinnati, Ohio. More eaeciat-ist- s their names will be strickthat time is being heartily received Into the thnn 13 other are included on the list of home of the groom's parents; where en from the list. Read it ,and soe (Flitabethtown News) If yours i there. they arrived last ThursJay evening. foreign speakers nnd many of them Into introduced A bill has been Mr. West holds a position with a will appear several times on the proCongress putting a tariff duty on Church Notes twenty farm products. The framcr large construction company in Web- gram. Important demonstrations Two ster county nnd has many warm Some fear was fell last Sunday of the bill undoubtedly thinks that friends in Lancaster, all of whom have already bepn ansBged for, one that there might le a fire at the t such a measure would help the farm wish for him and his lovely bride on the killing ami dressing of sheep Christian Church. The wind blow- ers of this country; but will it? many years of prosperity and happi and a similar one on cate, oad it ing continuously from a reatain) diThis county is Hie largest exporter ness in 'tiu! years that lie before is pjobable that several 'more will rection, Interferes with th"? draft of farm products of any nation in tehm. be added-- . Other iletoUe of the proc- -. y and causes the furnace room to be the world. It produces much more meeting of gram include an come unduly hot. For this renson of nearly all the articles mentioned the Kentucky Horticultural Society, McWhorter -the Sunday evening services were in this measure than can possibly be nnd several banquets for farmers sen-iceThe fact that consumed nt home. not held nor the The marriage of Miss Stella Mc- and their wives. on Wednsday evening. Hut nil nc- - the foreign markets have been prae- Authorities tit, the University have Whorter nnd Mr. Charles Warren ccssary repairs will be made and the.tically closd to the exception of farm took place Saturday morning at 7:30 stated that this is the best program . . . -.i house will be safe and In readiness products, oecause oi mr ucprccinicu o'clock at the home of Uie bride on ever arranged for a Farmers' Week currency of the nations of Europe, is Richmond road. Dr .T. C. Kcton, and nothing is being left undone to for next Sunday's services. responsible for the low price of was Mis. make the 1021 event a real convenoffD'cating ntimstcr. License. these products at home. There is CleonetheMcWhorter, the bride's sister tion for farm men and women. Your all these things in this coun- was County Clerk llroaddus tells us more of the muid of honor and Mr. Hava you a sack of Obelisk Flour ty now than we can consume, and Frank Jclfers the best man. The that up to this time only about 200 slump in their in your horns today? Hudson and when hence the very heavy bride wore her traveling suit of auto licenses have been issued, price. Give us a free foreign mar- brown cloth with hat to match and Faraau. 1 1. S00 at least should have made apAmerican farmer's prothis time. There ket for the corsage bouquet of Ward roses. plication before her and the prices will at once She Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. are possibly 1000 cars and trucks In ducts Young rise. K. C. McWhorter and was a member Garrard county and he doesn't unsuch In putting a tariff duty en derstand the delay, unless it is beof the Ashland school, a most attrac- SUFFERS PAINFUL ACCIDENT. articles imported into this county we cause not many of them have enough tive and popular young woman. Afonce set an example to other naevening Miss On last Sunday "dough" to raise the required nt ter the wedding the bride and bride tions to treat us in the same way by groom amount. Those not having the new leveling left for u trip. They will be Rachel Henry fell and sustained a a duty on all farm products license are liable to arrest and If so at home on Hoonesboro avenue, go- fracture of her right ankle. The Imported into their countries. There ima fine of about $10.00 may be ing to housekeeping when returning fracture is n very painful one and I is much more' reason why these coun to the posed on those guilty of this negliMr. Warren Is n well known will confine Miss Rachel home. tries that do not produce over sixty gence. young business man, holding u posi house for several weeks, much to the or seventy per cent of what they with the Liggett und Myers To- regret of a host of friends. The should levy a duty to en tion Law. consume thifr agricultural interest bacco Company. Lexington Herald. accident occured at her home, just as courage she stepped from the front door on Chief 11 rat ton is going after nil, than the United States should do it, Mrs. Warren is well known here as her way to church. she made her home in this city for kinds of law breakers, and Is giving when we produce about thirty to especial attention to "speeders" and forty per cent, more than can about two years. Secure Positions other violators of the motor vehicle consume. speed limit laws, so If you exceed the If the prices of farm products in Lodges Officers. Revenue Service. aro taking great this country have been reduced in in town, you Roth the Masonic and Odd Fel chances of paying fine. These laws their selling price by the Importation i.. ilr.. Samuel Herron left this week cannot be too ragidly enforced, for of the same things from other coun- lows lodges tli c ted officers Monday for Lnwrencvburg, where ho goes on if a curb Is not placed on the reck- tries there would be some Justillcn- - night for the coming year, however duly M u RUarJ unJcr CoUcctor E, lessness and abandon with which tion for this prodbscd measure, but the officers have not yet been instnl- - .nn . iinmIi,.lt, ,.ri.u n-r- v jat Mime machines have been operated uch is not the cfteej Kuropc has ed und until this is done we will be urn,ille lcaVl.s jnllunry i,t. for the In the city limits, some life will tUt enough food products for lU own unuble to obtain a complete list ofe (lUce( um, w, n,,0 bp assign- I sooner or Inter pay the forfeit. Mr.IOme demand and, therefore, it can. them- ed to duty under the Internal Re- Moth of these bodies have flourish-- , VfnU( Hratton deserves, and will doubtless not and does not import such things uc,,artmcnt. Thf, arc KOOU en wonueriuiiy in me past year, aim noili,Ion. nml wo understand are otf all to the United States. receive, the commendation right minded citizens, for his efforts Congress has Just reinstated the are in n prosperous condition. permanent. along this line. the War Finance Corporation In order to enable our farmers to sell In Civil Service A Merry Common Kuropcuu markets and that the privspirit was more organized for The Sore Eyes ate corporationswill, by enlarging the notable Christmas and throughout Fine in Iincnster the same purpose There j There will be n Civil Service Ex-- a American farmers' market, give liim(the county than In years. It is surprising how quickly eye better price, but a tariff duty will was an entertainment, cither a tree amlnation held In Lancaster on Sat- is helped by common witch-haze- l, camphor, hydrastis, etc., as not help him one cent nnd will only. or "White Christmas" at each of the'urday, January 8th., for the position mixed in Lavopllk eye wash. One havu'u tendency to cloic the very I churches In town, and almost every of rural mall carrier. The examina elderly lady, who had been troubled market we desire tu reach by simi-- 1 church and school house In the coun- tion will be held in one of the close rooms at the Graded School building with chronic eye inflamation for ter laws passed to encouragu their ! ty made sobjo provision for the and will begin ut 10 o'clock A. M. "What I sauce for the Idles. Old Santa ysjlwore in many yeans, was greatly helped in We'dence than In years and It is safe to It will bo conducted by the local Is sauce for the gander." two days. We guarantee a small secretary of the Civil Service bottle of Lavoptik to help ANY CASK cannot put a duty on farm products 'say that there were very few Applications and full inin the county who did not xi-ointo the United States with-ldre- n weak, strained or Inflamed eyes. McROB-F.RT- S expecting other countries to re- - celve a visit from the benevolent formation can be secured from the Aluminum eye cup FKKK. local postmaster. . old gentleman. DRUG STORK. adv. foliate by similar measures. ).',. ,,. ,, . far-mc- -- 1 K, Lan-cn(.- r, Court. Restaurant. Flannigan's Train 1 Sale Of Taxes. An Absurd Measure. te 4 Christian all-da- Warren mid-wee- k s 1 Get Auto Popular Lady Enforcing The w-- In Elect Witchhazel For Christmas. Examination. J.I evi-goo- chll-shipp- Com-wiatio- n. ut 1 The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday Dec 30, 1920 VIENNA DEATH RATE AlwJyt Obllglna. Jtid Tiinkln nr li- p'rfe'lly gaatent. wtH-In- c cAbout BECOMES One-Eleve- APPALLING to be uront! Miiuetluiea, for tha ollln' an Intercut In' ar sake of not n I Condition of Children Even Mora 1 0 cigarettesi JUSTati The American Inildc vonl about One To- ; Harrowing, Declares Authority on City's Despcrato Plight Land of the Orria Root. Orrt root, which l noil ns n haul of manj iwfutnea, l olilnlncd only mid In the nclKtitior-tiixx- l ii round Florence of Verona Did It Srern JTknX "She iim rixtf Snnl.i Cm nine jenr of nice and he had liee married for mure than a eentury.H LonoT r ft? -- TABLETS- tf? R. E. McROUF.RTS, JJjtJ ' a PVbb a-- Uncnster, Kcntuclcy. var.i tv trv . wrdi wisj bacco Company lias nerved the public with fine tobaccos for ninny years. It commands the experience and skill to prepare and know good cigarettes. The American Tobacco Com- pany would not give the address of its home office as the name of ancwchtarcttcifit did not believe that the blend would please you. Finally try them VX7 i on Ourieel Yf I. if wkWS rnfmi iSat il ion dos I pi "ill" c"tfiii. rci JUr. Irani th jour room ttk Apiary In Big City. n little odd to think of domiciling hec In n great city, yet there ha been discovered In NYmv Tork n miin who successfully nttempt-cthl.. It vn (Ms man's love for y fot nnturnl history nnil partleub Insects Hint Id dim to experiment In krrplnit one npiiiry on f tie nof of his homo mi O Hundred inn) Sevlie procured n hlv. enteenth streo stocked It mill results. Tim bees milled forth, but not to stnrvn-tlon- . In a short time they hml comb In process of construction nnil were filling them with honey. It seems -- d nw.-ilte- Shortens Sentence. Prltiite lllus mis Incorrigible. Ills iIIpoltlui tin i) nlunts been ton merry nnil carefree to suit the comm .udlng olllccr hut when ho entered tin- - post rominniiil whistling. It u altogether too much. "Mink." said the captain tiTiily. "jou sivm to like to whistle. I'll pla you your clinnre. Slmiil there In the corner nnil whistle for ono hour." Private Itlnks swims Into tho strnlns of "The thinner." "Vnur sentence Is mltlcnteil tu tlvo minutes," said the cnptaln, rising wearily to attention. American Legion C. O. Soon d W.vfcly. f ! ASK US ABOUT 'CLUBBING OFFERS OF five jenrs of famine havn reinttrd tn giratly Increnscd morlitllly nut morlilillty In Vlrnnn which beforr tli war was counted at or.c. nf tha healthiest cities In Huron. Klgtirca prepared Holm, head of tha by Or. HuatOT Vienna Wealth l pnrtment, show that ' In IUKI the denlh rota waa IS.3 psr In 1U1H tho rate was ir3 thousand. of more thaa , per thousand, an lucres 4" per cent. Professor llnus Hpcl of tha Unl- rrltjr of Vienna, any that "even mora terrible than tha its- I tlMlcs are thoto referring to tha cod illtlot of chllilran nnd their mother. t fun- tooth' Owing to era can nurse thalr bablea, ami tha tnllk ahortnire affect not only Infunts, hut all child run In spile af al that has tuno to help. At Professor Clemen Plrquet'a clinic In the unl- eerslty some 51,349 ehlldren were ! t anilneil In 10ia Only 4.C1T at lietn wern patetl as or nloiit kin cootl, fat toot , 'JS.IVKl were pal ami thin, or rary pale anil ery thin. "The health of thaa children ahowa moot dlfinletlnc feature. Skin dliaane, rurliltta nnU llailow'a illaeaae are rife. "Tha chief medical officer of Vienna ' tn thaio aski, 'What la folnf to umler-fei- l children, In whe hotlle the (erm of tuberculoma la talent, when they reach the twrntle. at wtilcli time It tiecomet nctlreV " To combat the condttlont the Amer- ' Iran Kvllef Admlalstrstlni. of which Herbert Hooter U ctialrtunn fed lnt winter In the city of Vienna aoiti d EOO.O) of Hie ile tltllta ami children, upt)ll.( them with a ulitantlul men! of American food, aerted In a numlier of lary kitchen opened foi that purpose. The condition'' In Vienna tire more or lc lyplcal of lliom In Poland and other countriei of Central tnd Katern i:urnM. IjiiI yeur the ltellet Admin- Mtratlon wax able to reurli tome 3..VX),- OiJ iindrruourUtird children and thla winter the pros ram calls for the feed' In; of a like numler, but eight of the great charitable or;anlitUtn of America hate united under the name of the Kurnpenn ItelUf Council, ef which Mr Hoover U the chairman. The child feeding taak will be carried on not only by the American Relief hut by the American lied CroM, the American Friends' Service 1'ommlttee (Quaker), the Jewtnh Joint Iltrlbutlon Committee, the Federal Council of the Churches of ChrlM In America, the Kulfhta of Columbu. the V. M. C A. and V, W O A. An an-peal for $.13,0)10,000 ha been made and the organisations named have joined . In raining the ura. mo-taH- ty - fa ItoMton Trnertpi Zero In Fucinatlon. Fersonnll) ue ilou t k'uow any k!n4 Hint linika les of inerclinwll-than n bnlr .witch In u how window. Pallw N'ewi, v facl-nstlti-- fi fpil I.ANCASTKH. WE WISH YOU . .5T HAPFY AND Somewhat Hard on Humanity. e of today It Every mnn's eterda.v and the that he " n etiTlny. Tomorrow he day before will mot likely 1.' or exactly tno fame opinion. Mnckny. PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR fl ep-'rlenc- bn Watts In Mid Air inwllni? one of Itn own nieclea. ile.-- r mvnlloutnll litlltorllles will .. i.iiH-nin kind of nerliil wnltl a they tilt aliove, below mid nroinid each oth er In their alay on the wins. fTrviiii The Garrarrii Bank ft Trust Co, KY Grain' Many Name. Corn Is a term often ned used for the luiNirtant ceroid crop of a clven rcElon; thus In KiiKlniul com usually menus uiient; in mihimiih. oats; in Irelnnd. barley, while In thl country It mean innlie. Mncicet Pcpular Pattlme. Ttie Chlnee lime plnjiil bull In va nys from tunes of ren.ote an- rious thjulty For eiitiirb'S Rntno of tmll have leeii knot and plaed In In pan. Ethlodn nnd l'jit Indian trnilltlona refer to trnines with bulls (tlnyeil many a en. CITIZENS CAPITOL $50,000.00 NATIONAL BANK. OF LANCASTER KENTUCKY. Corner Public Square and Danville Street. hpen r SURPLUS $60,000.00 WK STRIVE TO SERVE. centuries G. Davidson, Cashier. W. O. Rigney, Asst Cashier W. F. Miller, J. Louis Gill, Teller. Mrs. N. H. Hamilton, Assl Teller and Book-keepe- r. Book-keeper. - under-fiourlihe- tanna. Speaking o The friends of a ertnln llrt day srliind were ustoiiKhed ill the text clven by u sin nil c'.rl. Iio In u tono of treat earnettneiis renneil dutlnc the cli"lns exercises: "Ve calinnl sene and ninmmn." Friends' lutein jencer. DIKKCTOIIS II. V. Hutlion. I'rei J. J. Walker, V Frci. S. G. (ilbba, I. U Walker. Shirley Hudson, V J. I. W. Champ, Sweeney (Jl ON ROLL OF HONOR DEPOSIT HERE AND SAVE YOUR MONEY. Wanted Doctor In J Hurry. Itlrhard broke two bones In his lee. Ree Ltavet Again, Two Meaning, in When his father went to the telephone ltoe Ih- i- . .ue n Kir old fash- To t'ren'ii of a flo ! it here hous,., to summon a doctor tlie( little chap ' Hi cimes the word B, in ,,,,,1 ,r in.r,r,, -- ttnr r,Tr,.u.tta Mid: "Fleane. daddy, till the doctor toniM. but Vor lie blen of kwp-- cr,.nI disaster, .s t.ii.lness and to come In a tlylns machine Instead of from Nev I. irs haa been revived and menial weakness unless j.m .uini out his nuto m he can come quick, 'cuue Ins roe Oilnese patttrn bowl are becomlna of the flood, when It si.nlfles twwer It hurts me o. very M.ii'nr tn,j W(nih Orv WE WISH YOU Courier Journal FOR 1921. LAUGHTER OF CHILD SCARCE IN POLAND "In all the time I was In Poland. I scarcely once aaw a child laugh," declared Dr Harry Plots, dlcoverer of report to the typhus baccllus. In the European Relief Council on med' Icul conditions araont the Jewish popu latluu of Poland, based an his recent Investliatlons there for the Jewish Joint Distribution Committee. sight of all "The moat tl- - miseries In Poland Is the condl tlon of the children," Dr. Plot said "Infant mortality Is eicccdlnily hlsh and the because of hull ercentace of contagious diseases. In large part mother must resort It artificial feeding; n they are unable to In many cities nurse their chlldrrn, 1 saw underfed children, suffering n'lth illens-s- , wunderlilK ubout the slreets wilh no place to ro. begging for bri uil." Tuberculosis has Income pretalent amniii; the Jewish children, tartfel) clue to the otercrowded conditions In tvlilch tbe.t are forced to live, their luck of nourishing food unit warm clothing, 'uccordlm; to Dr Plod. Tjphus, ithlrh killed thniuimils of Jews last winter In the worst epidemic Poland has ever seen tvllt recur again, he shIiI, us conditions urn much worn among the Jews tlnui ever before. Tut in. n contusions skin illsrnse. la now rapidly apreiiillng from child "In Vllnu to ihlld," be contlnueil. cnie ulnon the Jetv there are I Mi children nlnne. SnirllMix, loo, Is prevalent hrouchntit Polund nnd the I krulue iol children, ttllh preud eruptions and teineriiture hiive been feli rtllitiln: aUiut the streets. There lire thousands of ruses every year, which tacclnutlon would prevent, hut there Is no vaccine." Pints told how In l.llhimulan Tlllngea lie found children, six uud let eu yeurs old, uuublo to ttulU or In tnlk. Die result of malnutrition, re.lous nhere whole towns hml been ilitro)cd dmlnc the- wnr, he foo id fuiiilllca crovtdi'U lu lulsernble tlui; f SUBSCRIBE THROUGH US. McRoberts Drug Store 'Tfe'xn Many ...nbont.es term "1'r.n.b n French Leave." believe that th. nrlclnnt.M In Happy New Year MAKE US HAPPY BY ee, of ,"" . I f. - More Garbage. .. " .. . 1 Z' nnn 11 -- "' ": J; Snfl "titii rvmr .n. rJ, '1 , i i I IUS III" "Kreiirlr1 "frank" uieiuiliie word In a corruption "frw" , "Some more tvhnll" he wns "Oh, some more of that carbn.e," wal the reply. iim. , akcl (OMISSHOLLADAY'SCANDIEId S- O w Ui OUE T AHZS TO YOU Your loyal support the past year has a matter of grUificotlon and pride to been us. That you may know that we appreciate It to the fullest extent, we take this means of extending to you our warmest tluinks, and the hope that 1921 will see you both happy !cj i in IS !," Al i G la Z, o H 'S Ui i Ir TO-DA- Y TJ JO CO - tn OlltH. m X O The Greatest Gift. Yeur Christmas gift te the European child rtllef collection may help child's life and Is earn, In saving cetty Mllclted. Send checks to the local cemmitte- - ef the Joint organ. Iiatlona or direct te European Relief Council. 42 Broadway, New York City. and prosperous. 01 THE a Currey z U & Gulley. m H pi 50 A. T. Big Store Scott & Son, Props. JflStlSSHOLLADAY'SCAN DIESy, The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Dec 30 1920. Having bought the interest of H. T. Logan, deceased, we will continue the business just as usual. We shall make every effort to supply 01 r trade with merchandise of the very highest standard, just like you have always bought in this store. You will continue to find the same lines of high class goods that have featured our business for years, only that the stock 311 be enlarged, and made more complete in every respect. ANNOUNCEMENT LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. Our goods being confined exclusively to wearing apparel for Men, Young Men, and Boys, makes it possible for us to show you a very select line of this merchandise, and puts us in a position to offer it to you at the best possible price. We solicit your business and good will, and promsic you our best efforts to please and satisfy you both in quality and price. We are very grateful for your patronage in the past and take this seasonable time to extend our best wishes for a Happy and Prosperous New Year. ANDERSON BROTHERS. near I'rearhemville and Mr and Mm Floods ninved to the It) num Dhvh have houie muted by them and family lm Home With Mr. W. S muvod t HcriHi. CuHl Ihu been very buoy during MUo lloonle Day. daughter Politic. It I'ol One bUr For Day II y Mr. I. M. Outer nnl on were In Xitm ttf Mr. .Samuel Day. and Mr Frank Itermt r'rtday on buwicM. future While Home Tenant!, were Mrs. I M. Carter took Xmii with Wyhe. on of Frank Wylle, r . her Mn. Mr 0. M. Carter and fam- united In marriage Dee. - ith. It wit a real Christ-niHMarion. O ily. Mary Mr. Jamixi Dolman and Ml at the home of President-elec- t The trk vWtod the Home of Mr. jTinrher were quietly married Dec. and Mm. Harding in Mt. Vernon The bride - the daughter of avenuo. nrnl Mr. .fbermaH UhiHn Sunday itflth. there were no polittcnl Mr Jaw Tincher, and In It yem' conference the liHh. and left tint a tfrl. Jimt Chrwtnwn Immediately after breakfnrt at the The many frfcmdt of Mr. Sue 'of age. The ttroom ia the nan of Mr. HcilcHtnli will he Kind t kww tlmt iJame lUlman and ) I IV yearn of Harding Home, Mr. and Mm. Harding begun to take a peep at what h ia able to be mit acain. i Santa Clan had been lending for Mr Walter McS'elln bn opem! up I There the hut two week or more Tht Perfect Man. at Cartervill. h Iwrher i4.i i A young king once aked a literally hundred of them, nc j were Mr. Julia We4.ll.. b ill at lM writIwlint kind of jwmoti tie emWerel ranging from rjgarttte to (ieorgin ing wn tint moat perfect, whom It would p4MHMim. Not a ingle prent win Mr. and Mm. t". S. Itmn icave an lie ! If nil men would Imitate. "The opened until Chriatinaa morning. old Xlna dinner Sunday. !tth . all the mini perfect mail," Mild the Ue The only company that the fu children and urand ehildren beintf man, l not be who em iiihi per. jI ture tenant of the White Hnue feet, but he who not only la nbte to prenent or had prepared for during dUeover that he I. lmMTf-ct- , but alo Heater hate trte throtich !lfe lo amend hi the day were half a doicii ncwpn Mr and Mm pr men They were invited in by farm fault n. much an tolble. moved to Mm. Addu la CARTKRS VILLI. Santa l'rn Harding Presents. Mr and Mm, ll.inhng tj http i.it the turkey winch an admiring friend had cent for the l'hritma dinner It wn the fimt ChrLitmrnt Senator HardiliK and Mm. Harding had peht in their Marion home in five yeam. An Objection. We lollevo In telling the truth, bnt anmehnw or other we hate no uc for the man who lu'luls on telling the truth Jut to be dlncn'enbli'. Pig Clubs Increase Pure Bred Animals. . t- r -- - Zk The Lake Poet. The Ijike Vwi, the Ijike '.hnl, the LakUtM, were Iniinri glteii liy ItrltMl critic nbout the heKiiiii.nt: of the pimt century, to a certain brother hood of piH't", who "haunted for MHiie jeart iilxiut the laket of Cumberland. Kiiglatnl,' and who were erroneously thought to have united upon M'ne theory or principle: of compo Itlon nnd tle. Wordsworth, Southey aud Colrrldce were regarded at the chief representative, of tliU l.lojd and WIN011 I reboot, hut were nlso Included under the wtmo designation. j Pure bred hog have rapidly in- Tnuicrlpt. creased 111 llrcckinridge County since the beginning of pig club work there in 111 IK, according to n report of County Agent, Joseph llarth. At, the time the work wns started there were only five pure bred Poland FRUIT AND SHADE TRKES China nnd two Duroe Jersey herds In IJLOOMING SHHL'BS the county. At the present time. GRAPH VINES more than "if! farmers and sons of EVERGREENS farmers in the county are breeding PERENNIALS pure bred hogs on a fairly exten-- , RHURARP, large num-- j sfve scale. In addition ROSES ber of pure bred gilt nnd sires Imve HEDGE been bought into that feetioti of the ETC. stnte FREE ILLUSTRATED CATA- The Reason. They ny that worry kills more than work. TM a, perhaps, U becniuo ao mntiy jx'ople find It easier than work nnd devote their time to It. Boston TREES TREES 11 I Worth Trying, Anyway. liiMend of trylns to mi how much trouble you can Mir up, get busy nnd help thiiH! who are In trouble and we how much you will enjoy the chiuisc Kirhnuge. j ; LOG. II. NO AGENTS. IIILIENMEYER & SONS KENTUCKY. r , I LEXINGTON, iimiiimiiiiiiiimwn We beg to announce the opening of our new Warehouse for Opening Sale, JAN. 4th, Sell Tour Tobacco at j STANFORD STREET. Planters and Growers Tobacco Warehouse Co Incorporated LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. The House with Exclusive Northern Lights. Same Efficient and Courteous Treatment to small and large growers. Our Slogan "Sell Your Tobacco on Lancaster Market." JOE P. KELLEY, Floor Mgr. JAKE GRAW, Starter. W. A. SPEITH, Manager. V The Centra I -- h 'caster, jR Ky. Thursday, Dc 30. 1920 jjf 'A PROMOTED By JULIA A. ROIINSON. tWtV-"Vim iihik jreyTTyewieveyeyiewt ( YOU HAVE OUR ll. l Give Your Family CaloriC Happiness Tlic CaloriC Pipclcs1 Furnace will transform your house into warmth in every room, nnd down -- this Christmas this winter all through the years to come. The cost of the CaloriC is less than stoves necessary to heat the same size building. The saving in time, labor and fuel is immeasurable. a home yvc you June-tim- e tip-stai- rs We will imtall a CaloriC In your home on a Money-bacGuarantee to he.it your building to 70 in coldest weather. To this guarantee of the manufacturer we add our H.Tsonal gimrantic of your complete satisfaction. The CaloriC heats old or new homes of IS rooms or less through one register. Saves 4 to i the fuel. No plumbing, no alterations no pipes k to freeze. the New Year with CaloriC comfort in your home. Decide NOW ,ien ,-te- AN APPEAL TO THE AMERICAN one-hal- PEOPLE . x f million children In KuMrrn and Central Europa hava Three aud tie altrriiativr to llaiter between now anil next lurvrst except American uld. For monthi there mini hflplrk milTcrer Iti the truck of war have hren adonly If tragically undernourished, ami mitted to American feedlng-klatlouhave received American medical aid only If desperately threaten!) by death froui 0Ueae. s mutterV' up fnHii the fir I slttliiK nt h liniililue neit to tier. "tl Isn't Hint I'm ii ery tired, mi I wernl .Mai4e, lni I'm orrlis nppo-- e I might nut tu he, hut I mil " -Wwrlmn Wlni t ,s Hi" akii he. frleml. "t.i tell me.' "iih, hIhhii mother nnd ltc Mother Isn't well ii know, nnd Itess t night ImiI one nf her tunl 'ittai'lis She might Hot to umk. I do wlh lit ciiiihl Inue a rest I'm ilrendlug lhi winter. Tliey htm rals.il the t ninl I don't siv how I mil SoU'S In pu) It tint I cun't Ims.it tn lnke them In nirer rooms. The) IhiiIi neetl nil the mm fort thej mil hrte. hill I don't e lnw we hre In keep wnnii There I oiigh' mt tn he tett.M; mi my tmuhlio' VVi's, Indee-- I J oil nMght ' I'm gtml Jon ddl, mid I wish I could help you ll IhiiI taken hut n Moment fur tin cnnfiileiiee. ninl hnlh g!H tltnieil Imck toi the work before them, jet with troubled fni'es. .Maude wn trjlng tn sohe the problem before her. ninl She knew hut Anltit wiis thlnkln.' little of the reul h. nlshlpi nf life She I mi I i"oiie from ll i oinforliitile home tn the city because she wanted In eurn her own living nnd Im- - liule pemlent. Thut her frleml whn wn inrnliii no more thtin she wh must support not nnl herself but heriiwUher imd mi Iniiilhl 4ster sremiil tn tier an lmNisIMIIlj. She lind cimplnlnl n little s.imetlmis The Ihoiisht worried her as sie went i tn her ens) jut nuthle Ihe nole nf Ihe Inisv ett.v. Maude wiirVist n little later Ihim nsiinl that night. She had not et lie ipilr.sl the iliMri.l sjmisI nnd wiin'eil tn tltil-- li her work "Ymm nre late. cliHd." complHliK d I sm- - enteriil their ilpirother. "Yimi must get some liMiei' nf iii Imnt hit iiwdlelne for Ites"; lie quite had and tatist Imte It. She MllMde's hisrt fell ntel n in exerythlng her lier. lutt t tirn ibdlar everj two weeks was drag irnil Unw cniild she mei't the rent Vet It IIIUt be If she tniHc tNtnulght; Wine. Patiently she turned lnck tn the drng stnn- - nnd ImmisIiI the meilleln. She 'arefnlly eoiinlln: the change IBs us.it tn counting close, hut he" beurt fnlleil her She must hur fond ten. Wnuhl there be enough left? The next day AtiHn was sent for ' ime Into the prlvnte office. Her heart ihitlcrcd. Had she mHile a mlstnke li her work? With anxious face she en tercil the oltlce where ihe .voting mail ger siit. lie looked up nnd smlleil "t hnve gos nn for you. Miss ItmikH." he antinniKeil, "We hnve been watching jour work and nre minh i4enil with II There Isn't another girl who could hnve done the work ynu have the past six weeks. I'm going tn giro )ou a promotion, and I'm glad to do It." lie pnii'iit nnd Anita felt her spirit" rl.. I tow mnnj times she had cut-til- l on Hint smile tfint wns J In-rn-m-- iuiNi-xrKilu.l. i unit Mitiile, whuta the Hleil Alilni. us she limkisl lier nH' liter nnd spoke In M THANKS One of the most pleasing privileges of the year is the extending to you of our sincere thanks and appreciation for your f 1 K. hn m 4 ikrauttet btKM sk lirsimnti. (a,Usl Hwnl'sSats, aatts f rss raw iwrnt taa't tMt m aa Vssi r Cmmlt: Trr - ll HwiM TODAY. nk STORMES DRUG STORE. MkM sMHaa If Muni's 8lM F.a. is IstiiwaMi e fewaa, NIHir BACK. Triirr.Ksn.lirk bsai s glahds.kj M. S. patronage and friendship in 1920. it is a pleasure to us to give public recognition of the fact. May the best in life be yours. it has been more than generous, and HATFIELD DENTIST Offlca Tha Garrard Bank, rhonak Office S. Krildknca 376. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. or 4fe J.J.Byrne Exclusive. Optometrist I Goodloe & Walker Bros. Oflica llourk- A DANVILLE, A KENTUCKY. Opposite Gilcher Hotel. to 12 and to S p.m. Playing Mother and Father to His Baby Brother J. A. Beozlev l UNERAL DIKCCTOR Olllre Over National Hank, 27 Itrfiilcnce rhone X Olllfe Chore I.ANt'ASTKIt. KY M. l. PATWICK. Paint Lick. Kontu - li (r Or. Printus Call Walker 7 VETERINARIAN. Auiwornl h Ivrumpllf litfi lr or 1 Honaker Klne Cut Flowers. John Thia l a louimon night In Poland today right and tcnjaar old chlldreTi mothering and fathering their bah; brother and alktera. This photograph, secured by an American Jewltl, Ite ,ef worker at Hrest IJtotik, kliok an right jenr old t'OT freklln: ht little brather tram a bowl of hat aoup Jut r.n red at a feeding klntlon supported thrtiugh American funds. The relief workers found tti.OOl children, inuitly war orphauk, living la deserted at llrrst Utovkk. It Is to aid kiich waif as there that the European Uellef Coancll hat becu foritied by merging the relief activities af tb Aniertran Itelltf Admllf Ittrallon, the American Itisl I ross, the Auirrlcan rrlends' Scrtlre Committer) (Quasar), the Kederal I'ouniH of the Churches af Christ la America, tb Jewlah Jlnl Illntrlbutlun Committee the Knight of Calumbu. the V. li. C A. , and th Y. V. i A. dug-out- M. McRoberts. N. L. PREWin GUAKANTtKI). I Auctioneer SATISKACIION Wlntrr la closing down. The motiey of many nation l ralueles. iiiillilf their own boundaries. Kcnmmilc unit crop condition make famine, with In liievituhu lie terrible train (if disease, a certulii visitor until next honest helplra children will .suffer muni Nu rlillil ran grow to health ami sault mi the pitiful makcshlfta for fowl with which millions of Kumcau adult mil,.' It ti ohvlou that the remedy can ruuie only couti'iit themee thin winter from ouUlilf. America atived (!,UXI,000 Kurwpenii children winter before last. Normal recuperation cut the need nearly In lm lust year, but unusual condition hav resulted 'In sctnt shrinkage of child destitution ilurliu the twelvemonth Jut pukt. The reapoii-- ! of America mul now deviiV whether H.M ,("" of tlievi Hurt". In acute distress, khnll begin m,be turned nway In January from hospitals, illn ci nnd feedlng-uillodefghdeiit more than 17,000 aiylum In history so sweeping or on American support. There would be no iriig'-dao destructive of those who can deserve no evil. .' ' The undersigned organization, working among every rac and creed, many diluted aUo In uther form of relief, agree unanimously that th plight of theke helpless (alldren should hint louiplete priority In overca charily until the situation la met This l mi l.sue without politics .mil without religious llijea. 'there cuu he no danger of pniiteruitloii, for (tio n,00U,0i for child food, and the $lti,(Mi.io fm ni.il!. ul kervlre that wo The medical supplies, of course, seek. Kill relieve only the crltliul cusi-m- . ilollur used In child- tauil lie an uniuulfled gift, hut fur eery feeding, the govcrmuentk ami cmmuuiiltlei, ulded furnish two dollars In tha I form of trnniportutluu, rent, labor, clerical help, cush contributions and auctl food auppllca as ure locull) ohtulnable. Aiu-jvu- n ' r AtiicrUa, has not falleil In the past In great heurteihiea. She has never had a more polgnunt call than this. Contribution should be turned over to formed for this national collectlou, the local committee which ure now r ent to Cinnklln K. Treuiurer. (luarauty Trust Cut New York City. ' EUROPEAN RELIEF COUNCIL Htrftsirt Chilrmm Franklin K. Lani, Trtnurtr Cemprlklnai Aioarltkii ltIUf Admlnlilratlon, by Ki- - Ke.Ktal I'nunell of Churrh-- i ml ChrUt la or,Hlrhkr4. Dlreoior Aintrlra. I,y Arthur J (Irown "Miss Cowles Is going tn Washing inn." he went on "and y are to have her position ItS 'en dollars more a oeeli. Will ) nu take It?" Hit heart gave h Imp. Visions of benutlful thing"" he would buy nnd the jihmI time she would have danced her. Take It? Of course she could! She npeneil her mouth to thank Mmlutt stopped, he stammered, "oh. thank vmi. sir hut couldn't jou give It to Maude. Instead?" The .vomit man gnnil at her In amine mtit. "Why?" he iiked. " "Vim Anita nd hint. "I have only III) self tn take cute if I iln verv well as I urn. hut Maude has her tnnlh ninl ii si-sister tn luke car., nf She told me jester end In support day she illdu't ace how she was In get alnng this vv'nfer. with coal and high. nh. If nti wnuhl everything It "til.v give the pnslt'nn tn her. sir wnllld help her mi much." He had The malinger whlstlcL long itduilrcd this girl now he felt something rising In his heart that he A girl who cniltd could lint explain. give up a mix' nf JI0 n week fur a friend wiis worth knowing. He must get miialnleil with her. Itol.hs could nil "I in you think Ml Ihe place?" he uskisl "She Is not re - her tjow. Lannit'r. Ky . If I) No. 3 ! j "I." ii-.- Would Maintain Hit Principle. "UmV here, mjr friends," said th oap bux nnilnr. "I nin atnndlng to tnnlntn'n the grent prlnclpl of free apevch and If any man InlerriiptH me I'll give til m one on the nose." UlQhtnlng Like Loamy Sell. hr llo-to- IJghtnlng strikes loamy soil most u Transcript freipiently, nccontlng tn recent InvesThen, In dlmlnlkhliig order, tigation In fart en inly soil clay, and chalk. tlinta liminj koll Is struck twenty-twMrs. Km ma Daniels, aa often a chalk. . i i i.i o Tha undcntigned licrcoy gtvt warn tu all nut to trpa upon ur land? for any purpotc whatever li we will proiccutc all olTcndera tn Hum-er- a t6 fullett extent uf the law. and llvlicrmcn cipeeially lake notice. Mrs. Cora Phillips. ll. L. Elkla. Vtc is. POSTED u. vruuiu. it THE NATIONAL BANK OF (AW')i I Mrs. Sarah J. I. HackUy, Mrs. Kmma IllgginUotham. Kid am! N. II. Trice. S. C. Itik'iby. D, M. 1 Amlcnon. Kellcy. Iliiriby. ANCASTKR. I.. Surplus i50,()00. 30,000. Honor Roll Bonk J. llunk-krcc- r. Hook-Keepe- t. II. U J. C VJ.. .via. llarker A i;......l. s.s.uiot rsiiurxvun, 'Diompson anil Tracy W. T. Klni.' It. DKNSY. l'rciilent. S. C. IH:NNY, Cnahicr I'ALM. KI.I.IOIT. liullvitliihl A K. STOItMKS, V(ce.'ret. -- C. M. TIIOMI'SON. Teller. s. -- "Y-. -- Hvr, . feui'oT "h, rvlc. Comm.,,.. ;"PCu.W.r.). by uulu. M. Jo,,.. Cbalr- nalloil fvmV J.wuh Joint Dlatrtkatlan ComiullU., by T. W C. A , by Mlu Strati S. tluiial Hoard rtlla Waiburg Am"ir.nn- - ""' Uu. N- - INSTANTLY You'll have to come a Jumpln if you want this 33i ACRE I. 0. Box 172. FABM Five miles from Ijiucuster, rich land, house ond 30 ncres in Urass. orchard. Only $1,200.00 down or will trado for other properly. Terms reasonable. Get busy. J. W. BEASLEY LANCASTER. KY. "Ilh but sh. will lie'" cried Aliltl. "Il'l mily hisiiiise she's Is'en Hit wnr- ruil that si nllbhrt do her best. n nlea-- e let her hui II, sir!" Her brow ii eyes pleaded. Inn, 'Only tn think!" evi lulincil Maude, lis she left the otllie thill llfteninoil, "the nmuagiT bus given me Miss I'iiwIch place, with a raise of $10 a week' 1'fu so happy! I needn't worry about the winter now, mid I can get I'e.s all ie meillcllie she needs; I won. iler how he huppenis to think nf glv Villi do so milch be UK It to me. lei limn I do; I wonder he didn't give It In jou." A ii It it smiled in remuse. and Maude inner knew whn it whs that had i Ihe means of tier having the promotion. A few mouths lalcr Ihe manager was mtirrliil. and Anita was Ihe bride "li Jou know-.- he said In his young wife one day, "ll wan that morning you asked run to give the priiim-llol- l tn Miss llohhs Unit I found out that I luveil jou. I knew- u girl who w.is wi gih.l in a friend and mi ub MlrUh would nnike gisul wife." - ilUCU MOUI.KY. Ccnernl (i t rv-- , H C WE SOLICIT YOUR HUSINESS. Swinehroad, Alex It. Denny, J. li. I'oiey, J. K. Stortne. Denny. A. T. Samler. Dr. W. M. Klllott, Director. JLLOii J "V J ' m W. 9. RIGNEY Funeral Lancaster, Hazelwood Sanatoriumt tw for TriJtnu-n- t J Tuberculoth of MklnuincJ In Ly the Louiivlllo tubci-culu.- .1 AltocUtlon t'ie aJci;ii;tr lieatneut c( hi lt Oirector and Embalmer. Reildence I'litme 311. i iti itaiicv st l.n tUn ml. lialii 115.03 per week, h OfflcelPhoue 18. Kentucky. tljiKig boatd, mtJL .1 attention. UunOry, etc lllh p.iuuiij torn mindlni.'cutenilrcvlcrr. DclIhN fuliuiiouniil-es- '. Sfcclsl tJtrt for l ...tsr.l II Mrtuirr. ktMtl SM.IkU, it 4 W Itmnfh tmilit H ti.um Im Csurtr. N4kWsss4 I..1WI,., (UMss K, 1UttUt. tt. raTMTrya Thj Cuntral rieoimt, L inc.iirr, Kv , fhuisJ.iy Dec 30. ilV.U b 7 rin-- i -- , ' TiT v7 ' r ' The Market Opens ar HOUSE ROOM FOR 125 WAGONS. STALLS FOR 250 HORSES. at v?1 This House It WR PROPOSE TO CARRY OUT THE FOLLOWING PROGRAM: js 'io".3k. ieiL ' GIVE SQUARE DEAL. GIVE EFFICIENT MANAGEMENT. GIVE CORRECT WEIGHT. GIVE COURTEOUS TREATMENT. NO FAVORITES WILL RE SHOWN. SMALL CROPS AS ACCEPTABLE AS LARGE ONES. UNLOADING BY TURN STRICTLY ENFORCED. ONE DRIVEWAY RESERVED FOR TRUCKS. V Garrard Tobacco Incorporated Famous Whepptrs. wife neer would Hy mijtltlns like that In me Shr Utw I wntihlu't iMrt.ti Vw. Innil for It. JkI ti "n CAMPBELL STREET, LANCASTER, K', Blind, Reads Vlth Tongue. ItrnHle eharncler nte. nf ciirc, with lite Unset, but one nnille l.lliid man hn been Inucht to rend Will. Ill Inn gill'. Allen County Boy Mlr jr Only America Can Keep These Pots Boiling tin-ral- iA Judge , i roiJ At Cluli Mimlwr. Reverses HiniGolf. Judge Chester A. Kowler. AfUr roHveMinc Ida father to of parv Umi nu initejul ( The fellow wlm I alwnj. Itnrplnt on cue Hiring soon sctr out f time Kind i. and mulm, John I'. .Miii r Tnnicrlpt. I or Maurnty ana n mninwr 01 uir with the world uik t'tut m l.'nlon i gunly uenl in Mood and MiqM. in pMrtnaishlp rith bit father nn i calmly expect In win new lom; a thr.viHK hot; tiiwirteM The tann our to already rta n kdidttf ii to beluc tine of the out mood hn mi much In ! wllli our '...n Inc cluli 1k) Krnturk in rnlRht. Ir. J. II. Jnc't Two jnin airu younu .Miller went in ti the in unii litter club upun t tic World'i Smallest Coin. nent, A M n of County ccr "!" The coin of Ihn I the "mite." - raited. Mich a AlUn, anil u'llhlii a thort tone he h.t the wlibiw of tlit Itltde contributed a ll ttr u( iure bred ltlnnd C'hlitn lxaonal. hotr which must hare tileaned hi lo the- Hr It of a fathf- - for he told ulf liw Krndet nml! nlue Ihi and It nV It would cent II. iIkiimiiiJ In t a Lireculini; utork mi of the I mil) l tnke Mnr k:' in Jahn'n litter of nine. The, nn.ll two then combined intercut Ai It Lookrd to Him. iurehned n pure bred iiire for the An iiM Snnl from n tnrlliin lum-U-- r hnve mul lltil m rtt tm .nitinovlfic Hrinri- - rwntly llrt herdkfand nt n result ofthey now Clnra ..e herd I'ohind the llif it." a hi hKw !'" 'fciri i the r lection of the ttnte tlinr "A ' Ix' i nimii. tint I. font of the nniinnln are old for ran I'lm hw rtf i"" ilrHin- - .n , line purponeo hut John' father lti.tn Trnurlii. mi ilr vH. a thnl the pure lireiln liniih out are rnp'tlly limn the crnde mid U ol Ptprt. Ohlrrr nueuiril nre Letter miirket hotr. ml. ins nl hIiib In ilw "r' ,. h.. wllli the til rtor o JuhnV entrance into the n prt lm imt nlj VMuilr, hin fn'.hr did not believe in ncn- - nt"' ' I" maki e pf tanknee nt n lion feed, P"!'' M,r' 'H' i hul ni'l' but It in now- n part of the ration ' ' nnklnc iwrif. utnlTrlla, rtikt nii.1cr luch hithey feed their animal. young fnn, uinll In corn work this year, 'I if .Miller ricd CO buoheU un hi acre Sugar OIvm OH Spirha. of land and when the Farm Ilurenu rrivnlly of the county held It corn nhow A tilirnouMMiiiii li nf Wnlilnelii awn'. !i tti nollcr thu fall, John won llrt prize over lUk of li'.if tnrnr ni.tiiii t tl all the men of the county. He uWo a mi n mt'lillf rolatliic lutl' nlill.i ... n tr.p to the Kentucky State l llclill tininmor aeaiii! lliria ; r !nt year .in.! wn one of the it- - Mt'ii in chf ell ii nxiiininMH Changs Vour Kfjr. To Dream of Hanglno. (he comity To drenm of biincltii: I xold to pIr-nlf- y IwriitiK" the rirrulntion in of newpnpcrs which printed anythat n erlnu lllne tlirentent oincoin- - you line, or It limy trial thing teKardinr r certa'i 1 .mriter case tln'il nfltr a jury hm bfen d. duiicvr I lylnu In wnlt for idem. du I.nc, Wisconsin. iued of Pond an order The juiIk centended that lel u(lk Dreaming of Fortunes. it would be impossible to secure nn To recti er a fortune wdlcli lm beec unprajudhml Jury if the cim.-!- ! of Ins) ilcnoten Mlcci-III llio dr.Mlttlcr. th county v ere prrmittinl to read To full heir In n fortune rmetelU a about th details of the crime. pli'liniit iutprle. The nttorneyt. of th? Alilwnukee Sme A Coiv: n l.onx Islntiil annual iidier-t'c- - ll 1 "'' - .ll im-nt- fdlnit kllcden In tlll protrnte eulern i KuroiH- to Ike otherwise helplem. chllilliood of thn whnt America nation. Kuud supHirtliii( iIicm. oiitpoMa of ncciir ami older afenclf for the relief of children Mricken Iiy the illvno ciitii.-- by lm run out, and that the work mny not ivie, ileprltliiK million of th Imioceiit of llinlr only Imp for life, elcdt (rent Auierlenn relief orunliu-tlon- a .11 under the nam of the European Itollef I'ouucll are Imndlng tog.-tl.a Joint appeal to th American conscience In their behalf Then ak' nclen tint the American lUllaf Administration, thtt American lte.1 l"ro, the Amerlcun Krlriidt' bVrtlcM Commltte (Quakrra), the JcwUd Joint Dlstriliutlen Com mlttee, the fVlcral Couuclt of Charcnta of Christ In America, the Ktilfidts of Columbua. the Y. "U. C A. and lb Y. V. C A. 1hl naptint of an American warcpt iiniter-nutritl- t N-a- . IIrIiI Itml hnn imt tuvn nllfaiinrll j; ihn ar The youuc Allen county farmer now in hich nchool but intend to 8ardinla'a Wheel Window. take nn agricultural courre a kuon tlany of tlx nmllfvut Hani cliurrtira a he i rmduateiL wU'ol wlmlnwit In their bnil lln J I? Mt fnnt. wrllri A. II. filltn In Ida Tfta Ntwly Married. Journal of tin- - Ainorlmn Itxllnilo Nolhlns In lo me more illtnliful fjj mini-tu-- r of Anlillictii, tm! lliii, ml rut- lint ii linil llii-l- r irnnry tlinn that entire emiiplncenet of ili- rulnril tr In' ns unllril iii In nnli'r hfncllun wtilih heiuti In llo innii.. ftij to put a kltrhrn uln vrlnto.v in il.c teimiiceo of a newly ninrrlisl couple In Hint of llie Iml) piinli nUiriy ; It titliMK tell Jim linn I. er lot . iIi.,.-i- h nf In Kiln world, II. til j oil hi. hiie no Tht Old Dch. II U inie I lm none, Upt in ilry iumtth dope of her Tlif oM 'rlmps In Idla I'lll.er hlli- - llm ruin tiont uti'iullly on lita nor wllie 1 icri-nliI rtilnlnriL LOOK OUT I I I ji Our big Closing Out Sale will begin January 10th. I Everything in our enor- S! mous stock must go. Dig red net ?onr. in every line. Qvr sule bills will be out l.i a kv; iluys. Make your preparations to attend this H Ik ur to you sale for we menn t'lwincss to take advantage of our low prices. Everything will be liold for cssli. Not hi mi will be taken out on trio), rud we will not fill any phone orders unless you send the cash by the person whom you exped to brlnil your order. Watch for our sele bills. Imul, Imt ho knew how lo I'rom Km ioMiiM)ur for lil own Ihc iiiuna of Ihn Iravra It imxMil to llui rniniici' of tin lwlic Unit lxra l tlii'in mill kiiIiiIiik In ioIiiiiip, in n trlcklo In llio tmiiirhvii nml TIh-i- i h rlk fnuntnlii to Un ImiiikIih. tin' urn iiy cIiiiiiiivI ini'l nt Uiu fork. In run down tlie I'olf In u lorrviit ml unlh under Itiu niuiicovr-- l iar,lh. i:drn I'liHIiwIia. f l one nt I Mi Hi it d, not i.n lief... ii trti'ln - winch ."luht. In he IhLui f K..I. I. nli. ..I I'l.nr.. iln inl-n- MAN'S BEST AGE m ill :l i K i , OfOradltjl w'r-wol- Imagination. frttniliiiii niiiii'H'ni, hut lie vu irolinlily H e iniml lerrlfylns of nil, for lie wan Mlenl lo havo the inallro nml a of n innii ullli Hie ferocity of voriirlnti niilmiil. Mati'a Imnclniillon lui inmle nine ilrnnuo aiiliunln wllh willed in frlclilen dim. dut imliiru out' alrliMi dim ulld Uii Irhtliyomiirnii, ld. ineeuloMiurua and the ilerodiiet)l, wdlrli lie crew red of and threw out before man Mamie Id niearaiieu In tin KiietUtf of Ufa on llil (lot. eiiii-nln1 Ih'Ioiik f lo Uu" Tim (hit liiilmlt'a tliu lira iron. tln uiilrnrn, I In- - liimlllik. llio rockulrlru and ulliir I', A man is as old m his orcarui: h can bo us vigorous and healthy at , X , 70 us at 35 if ho tilds lilts orpins in Keep I .;. iwrfontiin;! th ir functions. your vital otj ..j Iiltliy Aitk M m tw- - !) t .aai r I Tli woibl iHnc v - ' liirr, lli.Vw 0T4-- .. l(4uitn .1 V A.I . .. s r.l ' rklJner. - tioubUa f , ; vilil L.!t ft' m uc4i I tdiuulslra . fii- siiea. I Becker & Ballard I PHONE 27. BRYANTSVILLE, KENTUCKY I ii' ui. t it ka ':OTv;C2;c:vISCeB;1 i .en biNik In Ide lliflit of uiiHleru met. iilliirclntl ntinl)l nnd microscopy, iH'lliin of Iron cut from nunc I'.' iiim pie of obi nnnor nml exiimlited by the , I'nlled Stule hiirciiti of i.taml.iri re- ....I.. i ,i.M n .furl-- ttrouKin. ,iron waa linn u usimI, ciirbonlil Into uteel by cemeiiln. lion, liiiinitierod Into slircl nnd welded (!) locetlier The cumpleted null of armor, after shnplnif. wn then haniiitcd by "Ueudilnj;. l'oiulur Mechanics a al.'syt beon eonlllct Ihr Jui!ic!nry nnd the prn on ih: question. In Uuinc his or A Dream. dcr the V oCtttin judKe merely vote- we nre an ex A Itimtnti bnnkvt m) ti. entiniitit which has awuyed tnnnnnt nnlbui In thl l.e imikea ju.llcnl mind from the time when lnu couris of law were nn reference to im pcrnomill) clnbllslicil of our fi!M!et ambitions l amne 'lay particularly Jince llrt the advent of Iho In be nl.te In dne etioitch CHtbernl pettier no thnl we etui Rn out mid Jury a ystem. try whin l l like to be cxtmvnpint. Judjre, In the earlier tuitfr ' Il.lri.lt Tree l'rc thoroughly distrusted juricx. They thnt only jurii-of (f.tn of pliable m!nd vompesed luckOriginal Meaning ol "Sehccl." men so mi While n (ctiixit In im" a ilnce nt ing :n tntillltncc thitt they etuld In Industry, It wn not n'way llui nit be tru.tcd ti read newapnpiT: fncl, the word llelf I ilerUe.l from could be depended upon to render the flreek "whole." tueniiliiz leWure. I'mluibly thl nrnse from the fact vtrdicts in accordance with the of the lourt. cnp!e wild lelourv wera Hint only aide to nltetid chool. Till att;tude tiii piriiit in som nunrtrri. There nrv still ju.!j;c Why the Snort wno thu put n premium upon bailor-ar.Ve snt In front of them nt the nnd nr.-ility- . it is still assum-e- d theater. It wu diirlnc the tcne mln. r, that a man who renu a ute of the play when the beroliie was and who forms an opinion tihoiit tiupurt forever with her nwce. " heart "S'ny," nld the wotnnn iKblnd bused upon the facts presented n to bet friend "lo you brenk ninny therein, will be unwilling to change Von know I'm aw full j dlliel that opinion in the light of other IVirolt Tnv I're. facts. If this view were sound our that wny racial order would collapse, Not Vocal Sound. . The very best jury Is an enlightThe cniKhnppT (lei. nut iip the ened one, composed of men o'r wothronl In pnMlucluu Ii hrlll note. It men who live and think in tunc with In prixliinil by the wln. One of llio rib of etirb wins re t'iulile n lib, the age; who read the news, who unwhile nnother part of Un- wins I derstand the motives nnd rc.nclioi drawn llcbl like u drum When tdo of individuals under xiven enidi-tlonoj If the people uf this Wiscrnl It imt ilruw one tile oer Ide other ciiiue llie di urn to Wl.mte. consin community hud been deprived of newspaper which printed the Sea Culls. facts of the cast In qua.ticn, anJ There are more than Wi klml nf ml been laft lo sectira Utcir im-- i irulU lo he found till hut the world. Mul of hee ore murine or sen dwell. reiicH lliroiiKli ixaKcerntod j,.s- V, wr.t Uncflt e.uld have un med HHeii are Inu hlriN, thiiuuh evenil found mar bodies of frexh wnter llkt t the ttnte. The only definite of such a sit nation would have the (Ireul IjiUc mid other lubiml n'ti. s lliere are many ktmla nf sull. tieei. rrtatkit prejudleo sucii in I they hae many mime, mime of a.v. :nr.ve upn lxnaniMo cr wbl. h ph.es renl iIkiiiii nml Inter- crei u'.ty. est Aninnt; litem are llie nrctle cull, Perhaps una other result wmld the t'oiKe cull, llio berrini: or Kllvcry achitvei. Thi p.iosde ,:iill the Ireliiml etill. the ktttlwuke, ' nae Urn woui-i.avo leumexl that it h wiiri n llio imiKlilntr ptill, nnd tht Minnows. . r of a Ju tt-- usMbrtil Out Metal Suits In Ye O'risn Times. Aad tKat, bbnsiiy i nui hn. Aimorem of iinciiu. In) i.ttcn , uad.r . Anuritn ccsxtiuitf.ii ncbteted ftiine for I lu- unubiy of their iihiiiI Niilt. I, tit their e.ret tire no fir unle by del cow tlml i:lv milk n dny aim two nnd n e of biirne Yrk CVntnd MtiKtuliie. wile, !"! uimrt rtike.' i'..t: Journal perU.ide.l Juu'f Knulcr to They vncnte hia order canvmced "Tor h'm that such nn order wu l. il union-stutlcnn- of one New b".en .ycrc J ! i ; ct new-pape- y t. -- ti lie-..- i . . i I 1 9H -- j Its! 9 ' .i..'i si iki. Kl J. ... l . I ffc' . A. r JU- - ., ii . w . I , i ,V 1U rN. l'' I 3 ' t STOItMCS imi'n kiukv: The Con Ira Rucord. Lancastei , Ky.. Thursday Dec 30, I 920 I OUR JANUARY CLEARANCE SALE THIS SALE WILL INCLUDE ALL TAILORED SUITS, CLOAKS, DRESSES, FURS, CHILDREN'S COATS, WAISTS, SKIRTS, DRY GOODS, LADIES' FURNISHINGS, UNDERWEAR, NOTIONS, AND EVERYTHING ELSE IN OUR STOCK. IN MAKING OUR PRICES FOR THIS SALE WE HAVE ENTIRELY DISREGARDED THE COST AND BLANKETS, COMFORTS, SILVERWARE, JEWELRY, PREVIOUS SELLING PRICES AND HAVE NAMED PRICES SO LOW THAT OUR CUSTOMERS CAN BE ABSOLUTELY BUYING THEIR NEEDS FOR USE NOW AND THIS SPRING. REDUCTIONS ARE VERY SWEEPING. SAFE IN Terms: Spot Gash, No Approvals, No Returns, SEPARATE SKHRTS. No Exchanges. HALF PRICE ALL TAILORED SUITS ALL SILK DRESSES CHILDREN'S COATS ALL WOMEN'S COATS ALL WOOL DRESSES HALF PRICE All :tfcShirting 50c Dress G9c Our PINE PURS and PUR COATS WASH GOODS at HALP PRICE ELECTRIC LAMPS We have left a few Electroliers with glasi v, shades, silk shades and hand painted Parchment shades which we will offer at. a discount of ONE-THIR- WHITE GOODS SPECIAL 0c 'rtc. Peter Pan Cloth, now G indiums 19c 25c 29c 85c 39c Punjab Percales l:2a Shirting, now Gfic Devonshire Cloth All Was!) Goods reduced. ' yard piece, for 85c Chimosa Nainsook, 10 yd. piece, for 75c Imperial Nainsook, 12 yd. piece, for fiOc Nainsook, 10 yd. piece, for GOc Long Cloth, 12 yd. piece, for Japanese Crepe for Underwear 75c Shy n a Nainsook, 10 $4.50 $5.50 $4.95 $3.95 $4.50 49c $1.1)0 High Neck and Long Sleeve Muslin Night 98c re- Gowns at ONE-FOURTH. Automobile Rugs, large size and All Wool, DtfESS GOODS AND SILKS Our present prices on Dress Goods and Silks arc former prices and during this Sale about one-hawe will offer specinl reductions. lf MUNSING Union Suits, Vesta, UNDERWEAR Drawers every kind for women and children and the Best Underwear in the World, will be offered in This Sale at a reduction of ONE-THIR- duced Suit Cases and Hand Hags will be .offered at ductions of ONte-THIRD. re- JACK TAR MIDDIES Reduced ONE-THIR- D SHEETS AND SHEETINGS All Sheets and Sheetings during This Sale will be very greatly reduced. come early. TABLE LINENS We have about 10 pieces of Pure Linen Irish Damask and a number of sets of Table Cloths and Napkins to match which will be offered at very special prices during this Sale. LADIES' FURNISHINGS Gossard Front lacing Corsets, War-ner- s Kust Proof Corsets, and Uedfern Corsets will be offered at OFF. CORSETS ONE-FOURTH Our stock is small, so NAPKINS AND TOWELS Pure Irish Linen Napkins in many grades, also mercerized Napkins. Huck Towels in All Linen, half Linen and Cotton, and Hath Towels will all be down cheap. PLATED SILVER Knives, Forks, Spoons, and single pieces in the celebrated Alviu make in George Washington and Molly HOSIERY All our Hosier) has already been re- marked down to New prices, but will be duced during This Sale. MUSLIN UNDRWEAR further Stnrk patents, will be All kinds of Muslin including Phillipino Hand Made, will be And Hath Robes will be offered dur- reduced TOWEL SPECIAL Counter full of Bath Towels and Union Linen Hemstitched Huck Towels our regular 7fc and f!Cc Towels, choice for 50c A greatly reduced. Kl.MONAS ing This Sale SILVERWARE During this Sale wo will offer our great line of Standard Makes of Sterling Silver, also all Sheffield Plate at a reduction of 20 Per Cent. at reductions of ONE-THHU- ). CURTAIN MATERIALS During this Sale we will oiler our entire line of Curtain Scrims, Marquisettes, Laces and Colored Draperies, at a reduction of ONE-THIR- GINGHAM ONE HUNDRED CHILDREN'S DRESSES IN EIGHT NEW STYLES, SIZES 0 to 14, WHICH HAVE BEEN SELLING AT $'1.00, WILL HE OFFERED AT ..98c OK GINGHAMS RED BLANKETS AND COMFORTS One HUNDRED WOMEN'S' HOUSE DRESSES AND PERCALES, SIZES 30 to 41, VHICII HAVE IJEEN $3.00, WILL HE OFFERED 98c AT CLOTH GOWNS AT JEWELRY Solid Gold Jewelry of all kinds, Pearl Heads, Wrist Watches of the better kinds only, Cameo Pins, LaVallieres, Etc., will be offered at ONE-FOURT- Ulankota in Wool Finished, Wool and Cotton Cotton Killed Comforts, mixed, and All Wool. Wool Filled Comforts, Down Filled Comforts. During This Sale these will be offered at l. OFF. $2.50, $3.00 $.50 OUTING HALF PRICE. H OFF. & E. $1.75 finest (mality Full Fashioned Lisle Hose for Nc ALL WOOL SWEATERS AT HALF-PRIC150 Yards Spools O, N .T. SPOOL COTTON 7c. Everything about this sale will be found exactly as represented. Many lines will be closed out quickly. So come early. A. B. Robertson & Bro., Danville, Ky. liniT MlIIIIMIIMMlllllMilMMlltMllimMlllMM.....I ..... , , f 1 1 1 1 MSMSSM M The Central Record. Lancaster Ky., Thursday Dec 30, 1920 1 Old Reliable I SEED." ADDRESS ALL ORDERS TO T IHPBOTEI BURLEY TOBACCO SEED 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 PACK-AG- E EVERY PACKAGE SAFEGUARDED BY COYYRIGHTED TRADEMARK, AND NONE GENUINE UNLESS IN BEARING OUR COPYRIGHTED SIGNATURE. PRICE $2.00 PER OUNCE. $28.00 PER POUND B YOU LOVE I L. KELLEY & SONS LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. talned Cristmns Dny with n Mr. and Mrs. Sale Hurt and Toll-gat- e TOLD IN LANCASTER System ful dinner Miss I.eno Hast, Messrs Anion (Kliiabethtown News.) Lcmay and Harney Hast were guests were MORE. Mr. ami Mr. Alex visitors recently of Mr, and Mrs. A Rtsldcnt Known ,0 All Our Rtad-- r of Mr, and Mrs. I.ige Hurt nnd family Sunday. In n recent ;sue, The News disRelates an Esperienee. Kobert luiyton. A cussed the road situation in Kentucky Itraikrn of the Ci nlral ltccord ha and Ilessic Teater, Mic Mr. Wm. lleniley, of Somerset, been told attain nnd again of tho Jessie Myrtle Ubcll, Messrs KImer nnd suggested that In the revival of spent a portion of the past week inirll of that reliable, system might be found Color When Kay and Kobert DavU were guests the here with relatives. kidney remedy - Ikmn'ii Kidney Hits. how to Mr. and Mrs. K. II. Chandler of the solution of the problem of of mniiita-.Blood Is Rich And good roads with the present lleailey The iMrlencv told are not those Ijincnster Saturday. Little Miss Willie .Mar living far away. amount of tax revenue. has returned home, after a visit to of unknown perou. Tho riiM'n are Ijincnster case, told Mrs. Kobert Long, Misses France From s in this country a We hnd relatives in Somerset. by l.incnster ieople. Georgia number of years ago, nnd they were Long, Dorothy Dunlnpp, J. II Dallon. farmer, Crab Orch- Moore, Mr .Kobert (irlmler, of (irnya, has Valcrin Whittaker, Messrs discarded as the relics of antiquity. Poison. "Somo n) returned home after a visit to Mr, ard St, ljncaster, were Under the same travel conditions that V. T. Long and I'enn William tluu: ago I had trouble with my nnd Mrs. Tom Turner. M back ached and was sore Christmas guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. existed then, there would be no posTRY TAKING PEPTO.MANCAN II. Kay nnd Mr. and Mrs. J. M. sibility, or reason, for bringing them weto Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry Tultle nnd and Iftim- - and my kidney ' 1 bought Doan'a Amon. In action. back, but there in the difference Depressed, Miss Dnysie Uunells were with LWtltit And l If You Kidney I'lll ut It. K. Mcltobert'a relatives Friday. l nnd son ' in travel conditions now and twenty Mr. and Mrs. John - nnd used Ihem. The Sons' Drug HtorfAnd Your Blood Is Clo-eDorothy lleailey spent the backache left mt- - and my kldnoya Mis Iva Ilollon. Mrs. Cordiln Davis, live years ago as there is between the Mi Kaymond nutomobile nnd the horse nnd surrey, with her siiter, Mr. were mmiii put In good order. 1 have Messrs Kobert Noel nnd Sluggish. past week-enmotor truck and Kny were entertained at a jumptuou between the live-toWm. Kinder had no ii'lurn of the trouble." and Mr. nnd cart. ' Price 00c. at nil dealer. Don't dinenr Sunday by Mr. and Mrs. tlie Without knowing why, you find nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. Hoy Prnthcr get kidney "oursclf feeling unhappy. You go children spent Christmn with Mr. simply ask for aPill - tin!remedy that Thompson Davis and MUscs Myrtle I We ennnot maintain our macadam sanm Doan's Kidney h iround' day after day half asleep. j roads, under the heavy travel, with nnd Christine Davis, and Mr. Wm. Walker. Co., Mr. Datlnn hail. Merest In what I going " around ' and Mr. (the present nmouut of tnx money, und Miss Allene Mcf.'ullcy Y. ,l Mr. and Mrs, Miley lleailey spent Mfrs., Iliinalo. N. must be devised. rjSu lags and life become dull. The Harrison liny were united in the home alternative llrond-'lJrauty of radiant sunshine, lovely Friday night with Mrs. John holy bonds of mnttimony Saturday. In Grovcr Cleveland's memorable y GUNNS CHAPEL of the Klrhmond rond. ifuwcrs nml the entrancing miracle The bride is n beautiful and accom- phrase, "It U u condition, not u that we face." of life you miu entirely. laving, MUc Fame Merida nnd Dnysie plished daughter of Mr. and Mr. ijuite! Mis. Frank Land has been In railrond travel, the man who more or Uunells, were visitors Sunday of eating, sleeping, become Lnuls McCulley nnd the groom is to ill. less of n bore. he congratulated on winning one rides pnys the fnre, nnd unles he Misei Mollie ami Kthel llarnes. The J That is what clogged, Mr. J. It. Sparks is suffering from who is so admirably fitted to be u ; rides he does not huve to pny Iurnili Mr. and Mrs. Green Po)Mcr, had Jood doe you. It poisons your fer Christmas dny guests, Mr. nnd lngrippe. The groom U the un'i nf our main highways have betrue helper. )uehU. You nro only half alive. Mr. Alfred I'oyntcr, nnd three Mr. Clemmon Mny continues III yuungest son of Mr. and Mr. Sim come so akin to railroads, that to ' You need a Rood Willi rheumatism. Kay. We wish for this couple all draw an analogy between them is not unjust. for n tonic, Take Mrs. Wnlker Locker is suffering good fortune and a happy voyage on Mrs. C. It. Henry and son. James In former days, ronds were used for j few week and notice the bin life's sea. night with Mr. from n severe cold. l neighborhood travel nud very Inrgely n an Milton, spent Tuesday Wm. Clark of the LexingIt. Sparks has purchased a Mr. J. ' for pleniure purposes. Today, they agreeable tonic nnd is henrtily en- and Mn. ton rond. new Ford touring car. Big Egg Yield. nre used for state nnd interstate dorsed by phyielnn. Mr .J, - Yautis nml Master Geo. Mr. John IjiiuI was a recent guest u travel nnd very considerably for comYour druggist ha week-en"From n small Hock of hens I now mercial purposes. in Somer- of Curtis Knst in Nicholasville. They have taken in both liiiuid nml tablet form. Uuy spent the pint 'JO to lift eggs per dny, whereas Mr. John Wesley Dnlley is moving get the place of the railroad, both in whichever you prefer; one hn exact- set with Mr. nml MJrs. Itnlph N. the to Mrs. Cordelln Davis' place here. before giving them Dr. LeGear's freight ami paisenger uses. other. l.ongsworth. ly the same effect a only receiv- i Kntire families travel In automopoultry Prescriptions, Make Hire you net genuine Master Mrs. J. I.. Yunti. nnd Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Land nnd It.-- cost has been biles from Michigan to Florida over Ask for "dude's" nud llerschel, are visiting Mcsdames A. sons spent Christmas with Mr. nml ed three or four. repaid to me over und over. So the Dixit- - Highway through Hardin "Guile's; M. Gridlcr nnd II. N. l.ongsworth, Mrs, Milton Kos. look for the full name, writes Mr. J, W. Montgomery Tun- county. Why should they not help " on the package. of Somerset. Mr. and Mrs. Ilobart Teater nml nel! Hill. Ga. maintain It? They lire saving rail ( Advertisement.) Mr. and Mrs, Wm. Griggs nml two son were guests of Mr. nml Mrs. You should Increase your yield troad fare, without paying road fare. daughters nnd Mr. nnd Mr. Kobert Harvey Teater Sunday. now, while price tiro high, through Stronger than thnt: If nn nutomo GUY Yater spent Christina dny with Mr. Prescription. I lie denier in Georgia orders fifty cars Mr. and Mr. J. K. Spark enter- Dr. I.e.. cur's Poultry ami Mr. Smith of I'leaMint Hill. tained their children with a bounti- It Is n tonic which builds up the 'from Michigan, he has them driven Mr. Harry D .Kice ipent Xnias in hen's strength nnd vitality, and stim- through on the Dixie Highway. Not Mcsdninc Milton Ward ami C. K. ful dinenr Christmas dny. lUchmoml. organs. less than 110,000 new automobiles ulates the Henry were hostess at an elegant Mr .Hobert Ijiyton continue ill. Mrs. Jesse Hurt has been in RichFor i!8 years Dr. LeGenr bus been ( piiks through Kliiabethtown every dinner Tuesday the 'JHtli., honoring Mnrion rcogniied Mr. J. l Foley I slowly improving. birthday mond with her sister, Mrs. as America's foremost (ycar. If the dealer shipped them by Mr. Milton Ward, whose ill at the home of Mr. Mr. nml Mr. Tom Turner were wa on that duy, Kxpcrt Poultry Hrccder nnd Veteri- , freight, a certain part of his freight Mr. ami Mr. Hurt, who is Sunday guests of Mr. nnd Mr. Jake William Clark nml son, Master Dock Simpson. narian. Any time your poultry or bill would be nbsurbed by the rail- Foley. .Mrs. W. U. Hay spent part of last stock are niling, it will pay you to road into a fund fur the "malntcn- Karl, Mr. and Mrs. Kobert Ward and Mr. Jnmei Yantls spent the day children of Madison, Mr. Jnmes Yan- week with her daughters in I.ancas get the proper Dr. LvGcar Kemedy jnnce of way," He would be paying Wednesday with Mr .and Mrs. Tom tls und son, George, accepted their ter and attended the Christmas tree from your dalcr. It must give satis- his part towurd keeping up the road-.be- d Yantls. and equipment. If he save this hospitality nnd spent an enjoyable nnd entertainment at the llaptlst faction, or your denier will refund (Advertisement.) freight bill by using n highway, to your money, church. Mr. nml Mr. T. I YnntU, enter day. The LIFE TakesOn Different Your e time-prove- d toll-gat- e Free toll-gate- kid-ne- the building of which he did not contribute n dollar in taxes, why should he not pay n tnx to maintain it? I it fair for one mnn to build n road, and for another to wear it out? Since our roads have been commercialized in their uses, we believe they ought to be put upon n genuine commercial basis. They are no longer the means merely of neighborhood and county travel. Great businesses nro mnintnincd through them, nnd without them sime of these businesses would not exist. It is upon them thnt the tnx should be levied, nml seems to be the only feasa ible means of mnking the levy. toll-gnte Fl Lnn-cant- -d n Paradoxical. go In purOdd thnt n mnn suit of his health when It Is n I ready run down. Ilnstnn Transcript. the-jor- Tired "I was weak nnd relates Mrs. I'ulA Ilurnett. of A Dalton, Ga. "I was thin and Just felt tired,. nil tho time, mr I didn't rett well. I wasn't I knew, by fA ever hunsry M this, I needed a tonic, and jV as there Is nnco better than " S S blood-enrichin- g Pcpto-Mnngn- n Pepto-Miinga- Pepto-Mnuga- 5 d CAR Dim The Woman's Tonic . . . I began Uilns Cardul." Mm. Durnctt. continues "After my first bottle, I slept better and ato better. I took four bottles. Now I'm well, (eel JujI fine, cat and sleep, my skin la clear and I bare gained and euro feel that Cardul la the bost tonlo ever made." Thousand! of other women have found Cardul Just ns Mrs. Ilurnett did. It should help )0U. At all druggUU. E.IJ 1 Pepto-Mnngn- n, Pcpto-Mniutnn,- I ! !JII I P j I 'V The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Dec 30. 1920 Simpson, Kolllc, U acre... 6.10 'J 1.20 Snyder, Floyd, 41tt ncres, ON TIME Topp, Tho. 105 acre . . 131.30 Tnylor, Oscar and Allen, 72 H ncrca . ...w- - 04.0.1 y CORONA REMINGTON. Teater, Henry, 105 acres, 51.70 Walker, Mrs. Salllc, 4 acres 3.30 isis, ir itCUr Mtwirsixr Srnsiou No. 3 Colored. 3.(55 Dcnncy, Win, 3 acres I I'm IiiiiI" lis rlsrulsled as ' Kennedy, Wm. (Hrs) 7 ocrrs 7.72 he let the iper fall from his hand Itcynolds, John, N. It. 20 acres 21.45 and plutiKed toward the door. UqidonT "What's Hie mntier, Lewis, (5eo. II., one ncre.. 7.20 Wnrrtn, John, 3' ncre. 0.30 asked an astonished fellow club mem- I 7, WE WISH TO THANK YOU FOR YOUR PATRONAGE OF THK PAST YEAR AND SO- - ...... i. r ITO OUR FRIENDS ANDCUSTOMERS No. 4 (whit.) Alma, A. C 227 ncrei. linker, Preston, 44 linker, C, II., 00 acres ber. acre.... .. T r LICITE THE CONTINUATION OF SAME FOR THE COMING YEAR. li f I by. 12.00 John tanxiton dsshtJ up to tils 11.501 room, (IiiiikiI nt the clock, threw a things Into a auttcase, laid a 54.I0 - .19 brand-nesuit carefully on top, plckeil CONN BROS. .,a'0 UP . '"Is, list, nTercoat and rnllse ami , 1. ha Ilnlcomb, John, 10 acres, opnel the front door a gust of snow- Helton, James C, 50 ncres LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLK. 10.40 laden Mind nearly knocked lilm over. Helton, Kltsha, 35 acres 10.75 He blinked as the sharp particles hit 8.(58 his face, but hurried to the corner, Hester, John, one ncre Holmnn, J. F., 15 ncres, here a taxi picked him up. 0.80 Holmnn, Sam 10 acres 5.00 "dm ml tVntml." he ordered. "In a Hubbard. V IV ! nrr... 29.30 hurry." And a few minutes later he (5.09 was scramhllne up the steps of Num Hurst and Owens, 53 acres ; Irvine. K. J, 22 acres, 9.05 her Thlrty-eluh- t "Oolly! That was a close squeak 1' Irvine, Kli, 7 acres 5.00 he ejaculnted as he dropped limply Lear, Joe. CO acres DC 7.45 Into n "'nt and In another Lukcj, Tin, 45 ncres, 10.10 olid I the trnln beiran slowly movlne out I 5.(52 Letcher. Dr. N. 11. 1(5(5 acres of the stiithm. Herring, Annie, 5 ncres Miller. (5eo.. acres 4.53 It wns typical lVhruury night, nnd Hyatt Kdle. lot "85 Miller, John. 37 4 acres, 10.90 Lnngdon's features uttticr. clear-cu- t isiuod Weekly. f 1.50 Year, James, Jnsper, I' acres 9.00 Morgan, John. C, (50 ncres "Flfty.Flfty.-- At 01.91 took on an eprelon of anxiety as What Faith Dees. Payable in Advance. Knvaniiujih, 5H ncres 19.70 .McUuinc, W. T., 50 acres.. super mother askeil rtuddy how to Fntlh Is whit eunbles a 7.S9 ho reilewed the Hsslhllltles of be-lackey, Alex, lot, 5.75 Parker. Mrs. Lucy, 15 ncres, J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. enjoy eating n currant pie In summer le got along with arithmetic thai day. 3.0(5 C"inliiK sniivi bound. " Leave!, Andrew, 3 ncres, . . 8.77 Plummer, Tom, 23 ncres... "And the farther west we to the when housefllt-- are numerous. New He answered with some pride13.40 K. I. .ELKIN, Local Editor and Mgr. knowM almost n much as I didn't 19.(55 Poynter, Henderson, Lenvel, Tom, (hrs.) 20 ncres apt l set," he groaned un Orleans Stntea. worse acres, himw." hrenth. Knttrcd nt the Post Office In Lan Lenvcl, Ceplms. and Kllen. 28.90 der his An Art Few People Master. Mall 'rimriiiishlr ehnutei he retired lot caster, Ky., ns Second-Clas- s 25.80 Poynter, Oscar, one acre . . 1.8)5 Erfrct of Habit on Seme People. Next to saving the right thing at earl-- . When he nwoke the) next 1(1.50 Pointer. Cube 20 Lewis. Ike, 2 .teres, Matter. A West Itallns widow snjs that th acre 7.14 liKirtiliii; he rune for the porter. the right lime nune-- i the art of keep(5 Lewis, Steve, I '.SO acres Ponder. Justice, 30 er 18.11 ing one's mouth shut when thrro la only reason why she would ever take "How Imn: tiefiite we got to Hunt " 05 ' Pullin. Mrs. Civile. Ifi Laaculer, Ky.. Dttmhtt 30, 1920 Mnyficld, Jerry, lot, another huhni! ( Wcnne It lllnde. nothing to say. I. It Instniit" he nkeil, acre V. II., (hrs.) lot.. hard to slop marrying when onco be.Mcrrctt. 3.18 Kiehur.U. Millard. ISO afro.--. .( but we's thnv "Due nl News gun. t)alln . 9.20 I'.oliinson, S. J., (5 ncros, . Member Kentucky Press Association Middlcton, Sam, lot Net Guilty. (5.52 Imur late already, sab," and the black Mitchell, Jerry, 10 acres, "Tommy, Sunday School Teacher 31.15 Souther. Julia T.. 1 acres 1.00 head withdrew And Hang It tn the Trophy Room. S'uv'and, Sarah, (hrs) lot, Fotricn Advtftitinf RpfftnUi. 5.05 Sawder, A. II., 2 acres "(!nd l.opii; And wt were t be Who was It thnt led the children of 9.SI0 A pike weighing twenly-sipounds, AMERICAN PHESS ASSOCIATION TIIF. " mukiiioI LniiKdeti Israel Into Canaan)" "I don'l know. iwirrli"! nt Perkins. Ed., lot 10.55 Steuart. A. W.. (N. II.) pon being hookeil hy aero Ctieslilre fishma'am, but It wasn't me. I Just movisl "She'll never furtive me. 4 ncres, llothwcll, Henry, . 13.15 erman, pulled filnt III the canal Ills 17.45 " Hates For Political Announcements. Salter, Mnttle, Ills face tuniixl n ishsotly white h here from (Hrs) lot 5.15 Stewe. II. I. 924 acres escape was much regretted hy the flsh, . 70.30 the slttHitlon lmpreed Itself uMin nnd City Offices..! 5.00 Williams, Horbert, r or Precinct (i.3(5 Tmikersley. Fannie, 35 acre, one who had declditl In hate him stuffed. acres, She Works Fait Mm. 10.00 Hall, Ilefure he otuld eien hope to For County Offices London I'uneli Lamest, 53 acres 47.G0 12.50 reach llutitllictoii the guets would Mr most rmlarrastng moment was r or State nnd District Offices. .16.00 Cheatham, Mrs. Tine, lot, 12.00 Tankersley, S.im, 10 acres. 17.01 lme t.oitmi to nembte, the inltil'ter one time when n young girl I was .10 Crank, Orwin. 7 ncres or Calls, per line Voices Louder Undtr a Tunnel. 10.30 Tankersley, Klirabeth, 50 would be there to erfonn the cere supposed to marry aked mo to buy .10 Graham, rj 314 For Cards, per line Voire npM-n- r louder under n tunrel acres IC.55 mony, anil he, the hrldecrmmi would her n mink fur. I told her In wait ncres to. 15 'or nil publications In the InterlLcks, Joe, 80 acres ierc? .dele wniild never for awhile. Next lime I saw tier she was hecntiM- ihr sounds Hre Imineillntely 75.50 Tudor, Harris. acre 5.13 est of individuals or expresma retlectnl Jiut ns n gns rrtlei-towearlnr a mink fur cont nnd told clve him. Hudson. H. ., 76 acres, 57.30 Turner. H. S., 15 acres. 20.90 I Insion of Individual views, per nf llehl, so Hughes, C. S., nnd wife, 18 "Have to let It eo nt that." hs said she had met nnother 5011111! man who Turner, H. P.. 25 acres 12.14 10 line at last, as he reread his latest efforts; bought II for her, and was engngeil to Sound rriWinr w'H H lnerrair tho np ncres . 33.00 Underwood. Dave, i,ii-,pnrelil acre 10.87 Jbltuarics, per line .05 Middlcton, "I know )ou run never forsUe me. umrry her. Chlcagn Trltnine. Andy, 1 j ncres 11.78 Vanhook, W. N 51 acres. 23.94 hut linll nut reach lluntlnctim before Montgomery, Arthur, 20 Oldtlmo Toy. Ward. Preston nnd J. II. Parks S;15 or St.'tO at least. Whatever jou In England during the eighteenth Gems Affscttd by Light ncres 24.44 31 acres . 18.10 do about It I hall love you always. I century The colore of mot gems are more I ther wrre no maker of toys Montgomery Tom It.. 8,2 Weddle. Julia. A.. 1 4 acres 13.00 Will explain when I arrive, or less fugitive. That Is, under cer of tlie clsss nnd for the children ncres. "... 149.90 Wilder. Ewm. 70 acre When the wire renched lluntlnztoti tain itrcutiixtancea they are liable 10 of Ih,. win I thy the 0.85 slliersnillbs mad . r. Poynter, J. V 2 ncres, bal., IT on v nuer, J. m., km ncres, -Adele rend It In bewilderment. toys of tilld silver while Sheraton fade. Tnke two ruble exactly sim10.79 ns ilar, shut John, (Hrs) Preston. ncre.. 5.02 William. Ed., 2 acres bal.. mie In the da.'k end lenve and CblpiMiidsle made doll furniture 23.10, hi-"What run It inealil" she asleil - bunded It to her mother. Sodler, Allen Ih, 74 i acres 13.60 Wilson, J. S., 5 acres the other to full sunlight, and In exact miniature reproduction nf It 8.50 FOR ' bcott, A. D. and husband, 125 "I can't uuderKtiind It at all," she at Hie of two year will le bine they tnnde for the palaces nnd Wilson, Kobt., 1(5 acres... 0.55 answered, I dNtlncI dlfferviiie them. the drawing riims of the Mtclnlly elect 128.00 Weolwine, Mike. 50 ncres, 1(5.25 t.uncdon will never forset that day The one thnt hn been eXM..t- - to the Toy intrhtl(fs, tin- - fiirertiiiiters of the Upten, John It., 23 ncres 71.75 Wynn, A. 11., 198 ncres, bal.. 93.19 The win Id ahue one for light, will be Uecliieillr mli-- Ihnn the American toy linllix.n, liuil voldlera, Warn 11, W. A., 20 aires... 2L!" No. 4 (Colored) ever. At lut 3S crawled Into Hun oilier obSimilar results may l cast flat and thin and little more IjiukiIuii from the served with hntli emeralds mid sapNo. 2 colored. than tin- - fl.ll wmten dnlla Able. Will. 12 acre 5.18 tliiKton and enr U'fore It rsiuie to standstill. A phires, (inrnets also will turn lighter, of tho LVnitlnns of 2100 II. (1 ; cheap (5.10 Heiizley. Geo., Adams, McKinly, one acre, acres 0.52 liw rit.ttNl tliriititli lit while In flm ftlfitliitt ii rase of the topaz, nun- to)s nnd dulls of fanciful Coffee, Conel, 1 ncres, 13.05 Ileailey, John, one acre 7'10' cliinnil nt the clink. Eight thirty-live- . light ends hy dimming and dulling ton blgn but little henuly beloiignl to Dunn, Promts 5.55 Ilest, John, 55 acres ucres 10.50 a ninclillv Biiniiunceil. He luiiiiiil Into color of this pretty slime. the time of King JntiK's I 2.3G Ilroaddus, Tom, 2,' acres Dunn, Sandy, (hrs) 1 ncre, 4.30 the tlrst Inxt nnd soon found hlmelf Sheriff of Kmbry, Henry, 44 acres.. I. A. K. WALKEH, 8.13 Ilurnside, Clay, one acre . . 5.71 itiindiiiE at the llnmlltons' front door, Garrard County, will on Hamilton, Howe, 7.78 Campbell, Mnrtha, one acre acre 3.00 with hl heart mistime every other 28.05 Conn, Step, one acre 3.07 bent, MONDAY, JANUAHY 21th., 1921 Hughes, Sam, 3C acres He was dumbfounded to it il that HA Jefferson, Cronnett, 8 ncres 18.28 Gillispie, Addie, one acre . . 5.82 amo being County Court Day, offer were aieuiblei, no cnrrluses 21.(57 Kue.tH Kincaid, Susan, 12 ncre, 1.C8 Jones, Millie, Ann 100 acres, stmid without. Had she decided lint for sale at the Court House door, at I.cnvcll, Margaret, 0 ncres,.. 11.23 Kavnnaugh, Will, 2 acres, 14.90 to niHrry hliu mid sent them nil awn)l Lancaster, Kentucky, the following I.Qgnn: Jeff, 1 4 acre 8.08 Kennedy, America t acre 3.00 lie neled lis the thoUKht flashed Into real property, returned delinquent, ildlcr, Alex 104 131.75 Kennedy, Ed., 3 ncres acres.. 5.00 his mind, and for a second, coiitem tame being the nmount due for Mullins. Nettie, 5.81 Leavell, Ilroaddus, I ncre,. C.90 ' Willed llltlit. An Instant Inter she State, County nnd School Taxes, for Itendy, Ed., one 1H acre (5.27 Lenvell, Juno, 1.08 wn hesliln him. lie never retueinberisl ncre . . ncre. begin the year 1020. Said sale to Mitchell. Itebt.. 3 acre Segnr, Ed, nnd sister, 2'. 6 4.00 hnvllii; elilereil the house. at ONE O'CLOCK, Standard time. acres "Dear J111 k, do tell me whut'ji the 0.0(5 5.73 Xewland, John. 2 acres Tho names of those paying before Smith, Hen, '.i, ncre, so 4. KG Palmer, Will, 2 4 acre. . 11.22 iiml er. Kver)thlni('s I'h strance uud S5 liipiiiiinrelii.niiilil. nnrlr thnt time will be stricken from the Stewnrt, Tom, 9 ncres 8.(13 Kothowt'II, Henry 2 4 acros 111 iIIhI nif-- f .tti, filiiM wiiir fMlL'riifu A .K. WALKEH, Sheriff list. Woods, Sutton, Lee, one and Campbell, 12 3.77 this monilm:." of Garrard County. acres Tnylor, Ed., 12 acres 17.20 0.00 "Darling, can you ever forgive Hie) District No. Ono (white) Walker, Hob., 3U ncres. . - 15.70 he pleaded. "I'orglve you for what)" she ile ilcnton, Kobt., L.. 1 acre, .$ 0.17 While, Oak Henevolence So iiinmleil, crowing pale with atitlelpa Hlnnton, Andrew, 50 acres 27.80 10.00 ciety 1 Vi acre Hon. Hurnslde, M. S., Uwn lot.. 40.00 White, Ed., 12 acres 12.75 There will be a Builders and Loan "For whnt)" he shrieked, "Why, 15.(57 Williams & Hughes, 24 acres 24.25 Kason, Jnmes, 25 ncres, Association election held on Jan. fur being late. You know we were Hiblmrd, E. C, Uwn lot,.. 10.25 5th., 1921 at the Garrnrd Hank, Un- - to be married nt 8 o'clock and It's No. 3 (While.) 17.80 Unc, Willie, 10 ncres 1.80 caster, Ky nt 7:30 o'clock for the ninrly t now." Anderson, Clntnn, K ncres 23.20 Marscc. James, 5 ncres, "llllt we decided that the wedding Anderson, F. A., 32 ncres, 05,12 purpose of electing officers to serve Morris, W. L. and J. II., 90 4 vvus to bo tomorrow, the tlrst of Mnreh lor me ensuing year. linker, It. E, (N. II.,) 70 am' 49.55 ncres -W. S. HOPPEH, Secretary tiinl my birthday." balance 18.75 "Hut today Is the first of March 15.02 Morris, W. L., 15 acres lluker, W. T.. 90 acres, bal. 37.001 Yesterday was the lust day of I'ebiu 22.05 Morris, Sam, IVx ncres Hiirdett,-Walke- r, 18 ncres 29.60 ary." Hard to Estimate One's Powers. 7.45 Pnrks, Mary, .H4 acres Calico, Elbert. 114 acres. 30.15 "No, It wasn't. Jack, Yesterday wus It Is Just as hnrd for n mnn to es13.75 Earl, 5 acres Preston, , )ou know." Clton. II. V., 5R acres bal., 1C.85 timate his oun (Miwers, except by per- the 2.Mh. This l 79.00 Shearer, Luke, Land It was Uiugdon's turn to be (5.H0 formance, as H Is fur him In estimate Davis, Nelson, 30 acres bal., Sutton, J. II. (N. K.) 27 now. An expression of Inteiin-relie- f Dickcrson, Mrs. Mary, I acre 0.52 those of another. The feeling of pow30.83 acre and happiness overspread hl no guide- nt nil. lite Fnin, John, 32 ncrra. 18.70 er seems to 12.00 Turner, John, Lawn lot, world Is full of ewitlOlml fool who face u he sprnng off the couch In Hume, Frank, 2 ucres bal., 4.51 seem In feel ceiililnely snro Hint they bniitid and rnuglit the little girl In 11.05 Vanhook, - J. Lawn lot. Irvine, T. I)., 174 acres 10.95 were horn m hluh deotluy, tibllo ninny his nrms. (No. On Colored.) Lcmay, E 4 acres 18.74 Ifrent men run ootmly bellete In their "Tomorrow wo will drink n (oust to 2.73 Long, Ott, one ucre Adams,, Maria, one acre 12.02 oun (Minors, even nfliT they havu mid nil tho leu ) ears to the leiit-)eu- -- Cxelinnee. 7.15 Moler, 28 4 acres lliein.Adams, Jack nnd wife, lot, 10.40 come," he tniiglilngly said. 9.90 Mnupin, John, 3 acres Andrew, Alex, lot .. 9.75 And they did. Blue Favored by Mn. 0.07 Moy Melvin, 20 ncres, Wand, Wm., lot 28.5(5 . Ask any man what cotor he likes his 0.42 Mobcrley, Otis 15 ucres Ilurdctt, Hright, 2 acres, Various Races. 24.00 wife or sweetheart In wear, mid It'a 5.20 Moore, M. P., 60 ncres rare Is usuiilly The Anglo-SaxoIlurdctt, Jas., 3 ucrca, 79.20 tm chances to one he'll toll yotl considered to IikIihIh tho people 5.15 Naylor, Herbert, one ucre Hurnslde, Nannie, (hrs.) lot, 2.40 "while" or "blue." While has alwnys deNrendeil from the tribes that llitud 9.18 Osborne, E., 23 acres Hurnslde, John It., lot . 20.25 been held lo represent purity. The IIIMi. .... Ik. aaU. ,n .W...I...II... .k. nl llrllaln nnd keltleil there LNNi May Jane, (hrs) one M Dcnncy, 20 acres Pruther, J. 20.30 11,0 2.37 Prvwitt, J. A., 084 ucrcS.. 52.40 solute slHlnlessne..! no.,1. frn, Ih.l tUt acre lowlutid Scotch, with their de ' ...... .1 a ...r.. n,.. 7.10 ltuy, Mike, 2 acres Norclssus, lot, Dum, 11.90 In various parts of the scendant 14.75 Rbgpr, Curtis, Faulkner, Lewis, lot, acre 5.12 writers linvo written about the white . AngheSnxous, while the ness of a good woman's soul, tn the) world, KauUner, Louis, Agt, lot... . 4U0 Hots. Cronley, 02 K acres way blue has always been held Welsh mid .Sioli-- hlKhluiiders are of sanio Celtic origin, like the Irish. 11.92 FauHner, Win., 4 ucres, balance . The 42.85 to mean gentleness, truth and French are n l.allu race, the 4.45 SebasUln, Parse, 14 4 acres 23.90 5raat, Mattie, lot. Teutonic. 1 Campbell J, P., 25 ncre (.'nmpbell Mrs. J, I ., 5 acre Carter, J. A., 30 acres, Church Albert, 34 acres, . . Church, Kllzn, 33 acres, Kstridjre, Mrs. Jane, 13 acres (irny, J. 11., 25 acre Names, LIrc, one nrre Horry, John, II. It. 10 ncres II rock, Irn, 12 acres....... .... 23.95 0.00 51.2(5' 1.33 III frml did not hear tha rest at the door slammed behind him. "Most alient-mlnd- rrow" "Just noticed the date on that paper and tomoIt's the timity-elfht- We Extend Our Best Wishes for a Happy and Prosperous New Year. (31, .... .... . 3.07 5.18 fellow I ever knew; nhiaya forfettlrtf some dinner enracemriit nr somethtae." vollllileereil ,0,701 another member wnft Wae slttlnc near-a.- " I f,r ..... .... ... .. .. .... .... .. I ' ,,. ,1,1 HUDSON FARNAU ...... ILJLJ2L3 " The Central Record . 1 11 ........ - 1 1 f J . 1 ne-tweiit- lt 1 x 1 .. . .. Hili-tien.- -- .... .. .. .. r - iiiii-n.lt- .. ' - ....... Sheriffs Sale DELINQUENT .......... 1 .. 1 .... exed lln-n- ' Taxes Ii-- , 11 1 1 Si .. .. 11 .. .. .. HAScLucN BROS. ' .. ... j 1 -- i ncre...... ,l REDU6TI0N Notice. .... 'i 1 SATjF. . leup-)ear- stir-prle- .... i We have reduced our entire line of hardware and 11 I- . .. .... .. r p-- , .... .. implements everything is marked in plain figures. You canbny less than market price. ....... ......... ...... ...... ..... .. !. l'l''" '' .. Haselden Eros. .-- s 1 The Central Rucord, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, Dec 30, 1920. TO OUR CUSTOMERS We hope that Christmas hai brought you joy and cheer to last thruout the Happy New Year. Give ua' ' aome cheer by comlutf In and paying your account. We arc selling goods cheaper. Wc want the; w aoney more than we do the goods. JAR. MOUNT The Q Deal House. & CO. With to express to their many patrons and friends in Garrard and surround" ing counties their appreciation and thanks for their past favors and patronage, None nrc ncces-tsry. A FAIR The Chiropractor make All he asks in n TRIAL promise. perfectly satisfied that the results Conultntion nntl no extravagant an he U fair trlnl See and wish to extend to all our best wishes for a Happy and Prosperous New Year. We earnestly solicit your patronage for the coming year and we promise to will speak for themselves. your Chiropractor. Spinal Analyst Free. Lipscomb Cantral tUcord Oulldin', Iti30 A. M. to 1 CBi Lipscomb Wdntsdajr and Friday from KY, offer you the very best merchandise at the lowest price. Let it be your New ry Manila), 1:30 A. M. LANCASTER, Year's resolution if you haven't been gi vinf uc the proper opportunity to serve you in the past, that you will in the future. Sec our many bargains wc are offering daily. J 5 Gossip About People vg Ng A BiUI Mr. Clay KautTmau ii at home from Covington ami I spending the holiday with his mother, Mr. Kmma, ' Kautfman. 1 MtntlM el W tU Gatajs KyTho CJn.s tiul Art Inlciutcd In. Joe llaseldrn, Mr. and Mr. In m Ptckelsen, of Crab Orchard Kprinir. have been recei.t visitor In Mr IjWICtT. Mr. Jiime Fierce JuneiMii Otty last came ' The One Price Store House of Quality, i Mr f 1 ' A lot of choice clov Miss Ijitirit Dunn of Lexington, FOR SALK: Mr. and Mrs. Milton Kobards, of; It give us n homey 'c'loc up" of been the Ktiest of Mis Helen Danville, and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd 'two figures in the late Presidential er and timothy hay. (!eo. 0. Spoominiore. (iulley Klia Mae and campaign to learn that our towns , ltourne and daughters, t Mr and Mr. It. K. Hughe and' the 1 MkM llalley, of Detroit, Lois, Mr. and Mr. John Underwood, man. Lewis Hopper lias nlieil many 4t. pd. Mnrinirct, of Louisdaughter. Mt J)r. Will Wheeler, of Howlinc of Mr. an4 Mr. Clinton Mim Anna and tiertrudc Huston, of a day with Jimmy Cox, and that Hue of Mr. and Mm. Crcen, i visiting Carrard and Iloylc ville, are truest h A few extrn FOR SALK: Itrofldhend, were visitor nt the homo Mis Alhe Arnold, of Lancaster and! J. W. Miller. relatives. Hronic Turkey. ANn M. C. of Mr. nnd Mrs. Thomas l'oynter Colorado Spring has visited the Stan-- ( Mr. J. Fleece Robinson, of Hrown and White Leghorn cockerel. family of Governor Coolidge. Miss Jenle llarr wa the Kuest of Monday. Dr. Milton Klliott of Danville, ha ford, ha hern n rsccnl visitor tn The?e are fine birds and will be otd Mtsae IVrmelia and Kttn Hobinson been wndlnn a few days with hi Lancaster. Mr anil .Mr. S. S. Long entertainI'hnne The Sunday Supplement of the cheap if taken at once. parents, Dr. and Mr. W. Mc Klliott Inst Sunday. ed the following relatives at din- Cui.ir-JuuriiG- l contained a story Mr. James Sutton, HrynnUville, l.': Arnold, of Columbia, Mr. Jame an Miiple avenue. Mr. Lie Ford and children are ner Sunday:- - Mr. and Mr. T. T. featuring the work of the Louisville vimttiiK hi mother on DanC, pendin the week with her parent, Pollard, Mr. and Mr. Jim Clr.rk and artist. Harvy Joiner, who speciHev. and Mr. Clarence Strother ville treet. Pure Standing Hurley Tobacco children. Mr. James Clark and alises in painting beechwood scene. Dr. mid Mr. J. 11. Kinnaird. and little ion, James ItusVll are daughters, Mr. Margaret Tracy, Mr. Joiner is a first eoustn of our Seed for sale l'J.00 per ounce. I and Mr. Hurry Hudson left pending the holiday with hi parHev. Mr. Hurt lira) Held and little Misses Mary James and Thelmn townsman, (ioorge W. Smith, Sr., am giving nway a bushel of !eed cor i Monday fur a vlil to relative, in ent in CatnpbelUbuTK. Marjory, are spending the Clhrk. j daughter, who though nut n painter, is a lover to the customer that buys four ounces Fprnjr field. Mr. and holidays with retaf.ve in Carlisle. Kobinson, Helen Ml with much knowledge of the green of seed. This corn shell 70 ears to l Howling j .Mr. Kobert Henry, who have been Mr Leonard Preton, the bushel. U. F. Kclley, Juiiuasttr, Mr. and .Mr, llrynn Wilmot en- - 'Kr0wing thing! of the Mis Angle Kinnaird. vho teaches Ky., R. F. D. No. 1. Itox 173. .juen. ha been the guest of friend! Kuest of Mr. J. C. Ilobinson, have Urii.ine.t at an elegnnt twelve in the school for the Dcnf m Indiai m ! aneatter. o'clock dinner Sunday. The table The many friend of Mr. and Mr, to I.cxiiiKton. returned napolis, is spending the hclidny with was decorated in the Christmas em- - Hurt lira) field will be happy to know Messrs. Will Cook and Jim her parent. Dr. nnd Mr. J. It. Kin WANTED : (let into ACKNTS e Miss Nellie Scott i proving a Mem and a ix course menu wn'that Mr. Hrnyfiehl ucccfully un tr.t.l-- . 117 ...... I...... .nil of Danville, were in l.anrater tant in the ollice of County naird. served, (tuests being Mr. and Mrs. derwent an operat.on at the lloyle ' Mon'iKv on business. fnrmor ,f Clerk lUurne. she having assumed and County Hospital, on lenv.ng the ho- -' Mr. and Mr. Harold Oldham and Kugene Hrsidshnw and baby bo Crab! her tlutie several week aftO- " Mim MrgTlt I'ickeUeii, of . pitnl, after cveral day In Lnncns- l.ttle daughter, of Hichmond, nre Mr. ami Mrs. Tnlbott Jenkins. for nformation ...wehre you can grt Spring, haa been the mint Orchard . spending the holiday with ler.' she itrcceedcd to Carlisle to join'I Mr. Mr. Marhall Scott, 14, Carrard iargprouuew ,.. Mr .and Mr. Kd. Collier, of Mcm-'- i t territory lor selling kind In oiworld.j iu.i .i.. of Mim Jehnrtta Fnrra. farmer, and Miss Helta Oldham's mother, Mr. Clayton Ar- - pn.. jenn, an entertalnine eunt institution of tins M,tcr to comidcte her AH nold, on Lexington road. D. W. Mahan and Fisher .Moore, 21," Hayle county were marChristmas for a tiny young man. wilI be ,,,ml a wcIcome ,hi? p,t.s. Tw,nty millon users J I Vntklnv red in Danville the pat week. M1, V .Miss C. W. Clark and sister, of weight just about seven pound, who (Him, of Danville, were in "' j . nl ,mly amotlK us caster Mumluy on business. house. come to live at their Itoman will en- I.exiriKton. Miss Nancy nnd Master ha Miiu Carrie Helle .. Mr Hmyfipij continues at their Stanley Clark, of the Lexington rtmd Mr .Collier will be remembered as Mr. Val Cook, of Danville, ha, tertain this evenim; with a dinner rooms nl thc homtf of Mr w. I y. O WotlCC Minnie Lee Cotton, of thi city. i.w,on, on Lexington treet. Itlchmoml am spending the week with their her home on guest f Mr. Willie Klcej at .been the grand-parentMr. nnd Mr. S. (I. -D- anville Advocate. Mr. . i , Collier) avenue. About twelve KUest will A pcnlor)H ,mvitu: clamj, nKan .SM'II, MI l.icrimuil". ltourne. Mis Carrie Helle Roman., the at- -' fc , 1. the nelco of Mr. H. F. Hudson) l t, present. f T, I ..... ... , Mr. and Mr. Clinton tlatin nre ,,. . u. uigney, oi tnw city. ami Miss Josephine Tucker, of Lincoln Hrowu, of Mr. and Mr. John l .1 ,ri,n,itf niilwrlnlnnil ..'.tn n Logan Adm. of II. T. Logan proMrty with Ms parent. Mr. and Mr. A. II. l.ouMMlle, are spendinK the Yulealde j county, la coming the lint of , the Mr. and Mr. Floyd Kourne en-- 1 delightful ilinner party Tuesday eve rin.iin far I In- - Christina reason. I year to enter the Iincaster High tertained at a noon day dinner Sun- ning in honor of Mis Stillwell, of vsritied nnd proven. eaton with Mr. Ilroun'a parent, Present claim at thc store of thu She w ilt make her home day in honor of Mr. ami Mr. John Lexingtrn. Mr. Ore Moore, of Akron, Ohio It Mr. and Mr. J. ('. Iluriuide on the School. t'he beautiful home an j decerned and Anderson llros. her uncle nnd aunt, Mr. and Milton Robards, of Danville. Those Richmond spending the holiday with hi par-- j Hichmond road. avenue was decorated !uith J. A. Tucker. All person knowing themselves in- ents. Mr. and Mr .Henry A. Moore. present were Mr. and Mrs. John wit.'i ce ar. holly, ferns and Christ-mdebted to the late II. T. Logan will Master ('lay KuulTman S line k I of Danville, Mr. and Mr. bells. The table hud for its attending President R- - U Klkln Friend will be orry to learn that D. please come forward and settle ramc and little Mis Mary Shackel-fon- l, W. Dunn and son, Mr. Leo Dunn ranter pieee a cut gins dih tilled the Midwinter meeting of the KenIndebtedness promptly. who hnve been KUet of their Miss Anne Catherine Arnold has of Atoka, Mr. and .Mr. Taylor with fruit surrounded with holly, in Louisville.' Krand.mother, tucky 1'rrM Association Mr. Kmmii KnulTman been quite sick for evernl weeks at House, Miss Ida Mac Hourne, Mr. A delioiou menu was served. Cov- Dee. 13, 1920. been! have returned to Hichmond. her home in Birmingham. She is W, Mary' M. Login, Adm. ha Ml4 Lucille Sutton S. Hourne, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas ers were laid for the following: better however at thi time and of II. T. Logan di censed. with Mi spending n few day l'oynter. Misses Stillwell, Christine Sander, K. Dickeron, Mr. W. A. hope Mr 12-- 1 to he out again soon. cat. Mantle Stapp at her uburban home, Dirkervon, Mr. It. I Mary Dnvi, llernice Champ, Mary Hrown, Mi Thursday at 2:30 Owsley, Carrie Helle Romans, Messrs afternoon Hrown and Mis Klira (son .Mr. K. H. Clark entertained WedPardon Proves Superiority. Mr and Mr. Ilen Wood were Minnie o'clock the Woman's Club met at In taking revenge n mini I tint even Sunday of Mr. Wood' moth- attended the funeral of little Alice nesday evening at her home on the their rooms on Lexington avenue. Amos Tark. of Alabama, Harry Rice, of Richmond, albert Hastin, tvlth III enemy; but In It by, Lowry I'oore at Wilmore Sunday. Lexington road with a six o'clock er, Mrn. Dora Wheeler, nrnr dinner, her honor guests being Miss- P.ach member was presented a small Clayton Morrow, Hurton Stapp and tie Is superior; for t l n priii.e's part spray of holly as they entered. Mrs. Mr. "Satu Walter, of Saint Loul. to pardon. Paeon i el Anna bell Crutchtleld nnd Norma llr ght Herring Itad charge of meet- Irvine Stapp. Mr. Charlie Doty t here from IV-- ; Mo., it ttsitinjr his isten. Mie Hum Montgomery nnd Mr. Sid ,3 ing and she gave a talk on the study ro, Texas mid will remain during Walter. He reprenut a Inrife dru of Jjiiicnstcr. LOST: On Danville street of Mark assisted by Mr. J. K. llrm in SL !.oum unit has n lari;o tfce winter, having accepted a For from a ring. Return to thi Slot lues. Mis Ilnlloy, of Detroit. Wetun territory which he cover with the Garrard Toturco Mr. and Mr. Hen Wood entertainoffice and receive a reward. rcKulnrly. ed nt an elegant dinner Tuesday at rendered a beautiful solo and wni tbcir apartment on Danville nvenur. Ci'tiniwtnied by Mrs. Clinton Hastin ' Thoic resell' were Mr. Dora After thu program n surprise Christ-- ; FOR SALK:-roostS. C. Brown Leghorn tree was given in honor of Mi1 Wheeler and Mr. Joe Wheeler, of Mr. Krwin Hlakemun, mar Danville, Mr, end Mr. Albert! Julia Heid, the lilirat inn. Many use-- ! lMf.-:it- . pd. lliicna Vista, Ky. l.il K'ft were received and thc meet- Ware nnd daughter, of thi city. g proved a most delightful one. I am stnndlng a Hlg Type register Mr. and Mr. J (!. Uumslde en. Ir.l ,... ll.l .v II Ail v.... v.i..nu i.isf A beautiful dinner was given tertained at their home for Christ-m- a . M. Dishcn. dinner last Saturday the follow- Thursday evening by Mil Martlet Cocanuts, ing: Mr. and Mr. J. K. F.lmore, Lear at her home on Lexington avenue. The house wa decorated t Mt sirs Willie Mac Llliott, Uillle All who owe Mrs. Harritt Mr .nnd Mr. John llruwn und with holly and plants and the table Ross eeme and pay nt in polnsettin with place card nnd and all of Mr and Mm. Luther (iihb. (S. W. Ross, Administrator. The menu to hiirmonUe. favor pd. Mis Minnie Mae Kobiuson enter-;- u was elaborate and delicious. The ted Saturday evening with n de- couple present were Miss Palsy FOR SALK A few lllue (Iras lightful tiunce al her suburban home Ralston, of Richmond. Mr. Willie seed at $2.00 per bushel. SKK OR I'HONK Phone an Stanford r ad. The house was Rice Anion; Miss Margaret Cook, of 382-J- . W. M. CorncO. dieorated with little Christmas trees, Danville. Mr. Willie Mac Klliott; (12-2tf. B, polmettlas, red caudles In silver Miss Ruth Carrier, Mr. Uurton During the evening Slapp; Miss Willie Christine Sancartillcitick. LOST: About November 2oth., Miss red muly heifer weight about 500 rundwichc. choculutc, cakes und der Mr. William Kinnaird; Lunckiter, Ky. Marilce Lear and Mr. Leonard Pres- pound. Reward. bonbons were icrved. About twenty-fKb Whiteted. Quick Service and Good WVrk ton, of Howling (Irecn. our guests were present. 1 brett home folk. QM'tr a number of family ihnnrr Mr ami Mr. Ike Dunn and chilrallies have linn given this week. dren, of Lexington, have been guest .Gulley, on Rich-Mm Minnie Mae Rotdnson has of Mr .and Mr .! Monti avsmue. In Richmond. visiting friends Harry Tomhnson i her parents in Ludlow up from Saturday am' guest the spent that day and Sunday with his i ha Mara-mout- I17-.- I. . a L valu-nW- ! -- ... Mrr. ct .... CT?y!t .. .,'... T Creditors f .ir. ........... I J. gaU 11 dia-mo- post-tks- Up-To-D- 1 er. s Apples, Oranges, Nuts, I r!..l Plumbing, Heating, Guttering, kinds Grape Fruit, Peanuts, Cranberries, Roofing, Ma-so- Seh--taic Grapes, Candy and that Good Fresh Roasted Coffee SANDER'S VARIETY ftl Repairing, tt Tin Work 3 STORE I p 'I sja ,7fiCrrl Record, Lancaster, REPORT OF THE FIHAICM COND- ITION OF GARRARD UY. lUvtm: teen appointed by iliV, 0rraK County, Kentucky, Fiscal Court to compile n Financial iHwuit fosfne fiscal year .cndlnir April 1. 1020, the following Report ivrcspfeftd'y admitted. 7ftmdT?WTcl. - OijiejWtpadu. Commissioner, appointed by pedal Term, Jan. 2ml., 1020, with the Garrard County Flues! Cejjfti A. K. Wnlker, Sheriff of Wuhty ns Collector of the County He- year 101I.ifc cnu i the f Tcvenuo fliawetl to KerllT Amenm $00,800.18 lOM) nt ?1 BO, Poll 4,020.00 ,Z4. nftrr Dec. ivnnr Oitiif lai.oa pri i rty lilted hy cljfc 1120200) nt GOets., 03,00 Polls ttlVnt Omlit I'cnnliy on Omiifal rfruttfty.. 2.40 42.01 Fron... Co. Tun. 20.00- Combctlniul i'cl. ft' Tel. Co. Tnn , in.OQ r.ryanlrvi'K ". ul. Co. Fran., 17.70. America Tlni'wny Kxpress Co., Frnn. ft fan,,?-- ,. 25.101. rlastii- fl. Co . 1ii. & Fran., 1717.50.. l ft K IJ. It. Co., Ton. ft Fran., 70.45 I.. K M U H. Co., Omitted A tetllement made I. cV Mifs Margaret, Gnirc K. C account, Bank ft Tru-- t Co., Interest on bdmls,... d'urrnrl llnnk A Trust Co., Note nnd Interest, .1.. nmird Bank nn 1 Trust Co., Note nnd interest, 1 r.r.iril Hank nnd Trust Co., Bonds,.... 1 rrrar I Rank and Trust Co.. Bond. "rrrard Bank nnd Trust Co.. BomU Gulley, J. W nccount, Crow, N .T., account, Gilbert, J. S. account, r Jhurtday, Dac 30, 1020 Foley, S. account, ........................ 14.00 Davblion ft Tomllnson,' 0.00 Davidson. I. Franci, Joe, nccount, . .. ............. 44.50 Frlnble. Mrs. F. P., nccount, Dirkcrson nnd Kennedy, ..... Margaret, Salary, ... .............. Dlckrrsun, W. A., I'roft. Ktlridgei Frot, Miss Margaret, Salary. ........ 160.00 ....... 150.00 Ky., K., G Mis 53.35 2.0fl Krot account................... ... .... ...... ..... . K. K., 27.v' 2.00 - 00.00 3.00 1.00 ... . t,t. UJ .......... . -- ' --'$07,850.58 -- 1 TOTAL . THE'SHERIFF IS ENTITLED TO THE FOLLOWING CREDITS! KOcta $ 86.K3 . y llrlinqtient Personalty, ($17307) at 373.52 ($74,705) at 50cts., By llullcitc Assessment ' 107.02 HyKx'oeridfuns. ($21,105) at 50ct 04.70 By !,jtnd nutd County and State ($12,052) at 50ct.M Follii (05) at $1.50, 07.50 nxonrrate lly Delinquent PolU (74K) ut $1.50. . ".,1122.00 Hy ' i..., . TOTAL - $1,851.03 $1,851.03 $ y . By 4 , , t 4 nALAN'CE I'er ctm on tH.Ucllnneoux per cent Boaa viinimv, ItecofpU, Nov. 20,1010,...i Receipts. Dec. lh- - 1010. Treasurer's Receipt Feb. 2, 1020, Trcajurer'a Receipt, Apr. 10 1920, TteaSfcr' ItecelpU, $00,007.00 ....... ...r ........ nri ' on School Tax Collected ($25,2tl3or." ........... .......... .. uuuu.uu, " - Yreirer' Treaiurer'5 Voucher,..................... Oct. 18, 1010 . 2410.31 1010.40 2801.81 4801.73 10000.00 10000.00 1 500.00 ... 2500.00 30000.00 803.50 the risen! Court. Garrard County conducts Its financial nrTairs by Keeping two separate and distinct accounts, namely: the uenerni rumi account and the Koad Fund Account. GENERAL FUND. To Ilnlance in Treasury. Mar. 31, 1010 To Amount received by Treasurer, Including borrowed money... To Amount received by Sheriff nnd paid on claim,.. T- $ 1307.50 UROADDUS. Com'r, Saiil settlement wax tiled, examined and approved April 12, 1020, by CRONLKY $00,007.00 $00,007.00 Kespectfully aubmitteil to the Court. 39072.07 4801.73 .TOTAL AMOUNT CLAIMS OF GBNKRAL GARRARD FUND, $40,141.30 PAID OUT OF GENERAL. FUND. BY .THE TREASURER. .OF COUNTY. KENTUCKY $ 00.02 . Acton, Acton, Acton, Anion. . Amon, Amon, Amont .. 8.00 A4ron.B .William, Account.... ... 7.0(1 ' account. MR, W. . Baldwin' Law Book Co., Account, 27.50 In nroit., Account,.:..;.. 28.75 Hro.., nccount, 37.48 Bros., account .....20.70.' .1.... 14.00 Baatin Droit, account . Baatln Bra., account, .. 37.73 10.28 Baatin Drox., account r.. Bnatln Broa., account ... 28.70 Bastln Bros., account 27.82 40.82 Basin Bros., account 40.80 tin Bros., accrunt. ' Bras., account . 40.07 tin 23.84 accoant "Bustiri ... BaaUfi Telephone Co., nccount, . 51.10 . Bastin Telephone Co., account....... 22.50 Bastih Telephone Co., account,.... 17.70 1. . Beatley, J. A., nccount, 17.10 . .. Beatley, J. A., account, . .. 24.40 5.75 Backer, Chna. C., account......... 42.23 Bradley & Gilbert Co., account, 183.03 Bwdley ft Gilbert Co., account, 20.25 Bttkrr, Cha. C, account. . 15.00 Biirnsidc, Joe, Stationary Allowance, 1.00 Bolton, I.lpe, account, 4.00 . Burton W. R., nccount, Barton, V. B., for difference In property, exchanged, 1250.00 18.00 bradthaw, Walker, account, 2s:oo r.roiiddus, Cronley, nccount, 15.02 . . Broaddus,AEarl N., account, 138.07 . .... Bourne, i B.. account, 11.. nccount. 18.00 . Bourns. 1. " 4.72 Bouritc, J. U., account, Bourne, J. B., salary....... 100.00 ' Bourne, J. B. salary 100.00 Bourne, J. B., brcount, 02.00 100.00 eurne, J. B., salary, 100.00 Bourne, J. U., salary, . B&urne, J. B., Stationary Allowance, 15.00 " --- 71.60 ' . Bourne, J. U., account 4.80 Bourne, J, P., nccount, 3.44 ilruner, L. 1L, account. 20.00 ' Cartur, I). M., Magistrate, fee, . 401.03 Carter, D, M., account, ' 10,00 M., Magistrate fee, ii .' U.02 rler. D. M.. account, G.OO CUrW, J. U.j Maglitrato fee, 4H.00 Clark. J. IL, Magistrate fee i 08.05 Clark, Lynn, uccount, 0.00 . Clark, Lynn, account, . 28.00 Clark, J. II., Magistrate fee, 61.00. Clark, Lynn, account 34.53 Clark, Lynn, uccount, 15,00 Clark, Lynn, account, 137.25 uccount, Clark, Lynn, 125.00 Chandler, E. IL, Intercot on note, .25 CotW. W. G., account 10.C0 Center. J. T account, 38.05 Ceatral School. Supply Co., nccount 18.00 . Carrie; W. S., account, 000.00 Cey, Mack, Interest, on' note, 100.00 Ceyle, Mltchel, accouht, 100.00 . Coyte, M., cccouat,, 35.00 Coylo. M., account 12i35 Cleyd, II. C, uccount 72.00 CUyd, II, C, uccount, 105.7rf Celuiron, J. u account, 17.40 Cellini, ... Luclndu, account,. . ........... 0.00 HIVIS, oniu, uicuuin 1.25 Davie. Luc. uccount, 00.15 aHckerson, W. A., account, 18.50 Mule Chemical Co., account 15,20 Dean, Jesse, account, ..i..'.? 3.50 Kaeyard. J. K., account 16.00 ' -ErlUH, Wm account, 00.76' iHesere ft Hopper, account. 1500.00 KlaseM. J. W.. Treasurer Koad runu, ieoo.00 r'.kewffe.f. W Treasurer Koad fund, . ' ' 2.60 Karris, Will, aecount,-.- 1L50 rley, 8. it, aecoust A. . Anion, J. A, Account,.....: Amon. J. A., Account,. .. Andervun, J. K., Account,.,.,". Andenn,- - S. II Account,...- Anon, J. Anion, J. Amon, J. J. J. J J. J, J. J. M., Salary !. Account, M. A., A., A., A., A A. Salary, Account,.. Salary,. Account, . Stationary Allowance, Account ... Salary, Account, ...... -- 37.30 5,76 . iv.OQ 15.00 "OOiOO V 7 2.70 10.00 300.00 300.00 ,I.V,75 7.50 C.30 125.50 .. ...... Ilerron. I. K.. nccount. Helton, Mrs. James, arcount, lllgpin. Jennie, Salary, llicsiim. Jennie, Salary, Higgln., Jennie, Salary, IIlBgrtis. Jennie, Salary, . f. U kTiin'. Jennie, Salary, Hudson, Hughes and account. Hopkins, F.lixabeth. account, Ifon, Kliwi, account, I.'cu, IrOpin, Magistrate fees. Won, Logan, Magistrate, fees,. Jenr.ii'- - Sum necoutit, . Jicph Mercnutd Co., nccount, . Johnson, Wm., account, .. Johnson, Wm., ncount, .. Johns n. Wm.. ncount. ...4 Johiisun. Wm., nccount, Janes, L. F., nccount, j, Jones, I. F, account... Kentucky Children's Home Society) Kinnaird, J. B., account, Kinniurti, J. 11., nccount, Klnnnlrd, J. B., account, Kinnaird. V. G.. nccount. .4 Likes, F.dwurd, nccount. I.nne, B. M., account, . Lane, B. M., nccount,................'... Ijtwsen, Gcurge, account,.... Ijircatter Water Works, nccount, .. IcJfor', C, B., account, Lexington Pnpvr Co., account Miller, V P., account. Mornu, George, account. . Morton. John P. and Co.. account .- Morrow, K. W., nccount, a ..1 Monlgomery. B. H.. arcount. . Montgomery, B. B., account,...-.Montgomery, 11, II.. nccount, .Mcu illlams. W. K.. account.-.- . .h ..IcU jrmr.n, nccount. Nntionnl Bank of Ijncaster. Ky. note, Xorrii. Tom, account. . .. .1. Nciris. Tom, account, . . Norris, Tom, uccount. . N orris Tom, nrcoinV. Norris. Tom, nccount, Ni rr,s. Tom, account. . Norris, Tom. nccount. ur.is. Ton'. account. rrs. Torn. ncrcunt. Ovilcy, ilrsK. J., account. . I'ntterson. M.. account. Patterson. G. M., account, reddicord. It. T., account, Pollard. Martha Alice, account, Pope, II. C, account, Pope, II. C, nccount, Preston, Mrs. Josephine, account, Preston, Mrs. Luclnda, accouht. . Purveur. Kmmett, Commonwealth Att'yMv Ka!road I. & N account, .. . - Yz.tr. , account, uaisun, HaUton. Y, 0.. account, .. M-Ray, Harrison, account i7. Ray, Hrrion. account, . JO i:.iy, ...., llumson. account.. . liay, .teiiic, account, . ........U-- . Ray, Nettie, account; -- J!. Rnney, J. W., nccount. .. Kats, David, Salary, Res. David, Salary, JT..i.i.l. Ross. David, Salary, Ross, David, Salary, . ' Ross. David. Salary. : Ross, David, account, . Ross. David, nccount. . .. .......... .. ... Graves, Charles, account, ...... Harmon J, A., account, ...'J. .....'.-'k- .. Itnwley, Charles, nccount, ......... Ilrndefon, G. M., account, ................ .... .... 30.70 200.00 6024.15 6020.05 6300.00 000.00 1 200.00 15.00 18.00 12.00 17.00 1.76 5.00 12.76 Fin ley, Milton, Foley, J. W., Foley. S. R Gaine. Frisble and Walker, K. .- . 82.20 2.00 187.60 187.50 1&7.50 ....... - ... ... ..... .......... ........ ....... ......... ........ ............ ........ . ........ ........... .... s....... .....a....... 187.60 !87iS0 30.82 .25 27100 44.00 24.00 2.50 20.08 25.00 25.00 26.00 10.00 1.50 3.2S 100.00 Mc.Mtirtry, :.v;.v.v:Av." Gran, . Grave, Charles. ... Hamilton. Mr. J. I., Ilammrik, K. (., Illntt J. M llast'ldvn Ilmthers, .. js. . eV llcrvvy nnd Woods . ... . lllgglns. J. F.. Hno(dvii Bres, Garage, . HolUrlnu, Ira, . . ,a. . . . Holtxclaw, Iru. Holtzclaw. J. F and Son. . Htulson. Ilughr nnd Farnau, Hudson, Hughes nnd Farnau. Hudson, Hughes and Farnau... iiuirmnson. Joe. jonnson, wm., . . Jones. D. P., . ..-- . J.. 1. . . Kemper and Woods, I.edford. R. II Lcdford. C. II I.o gnu nnd Anderson Bros: i i.ynns, t M lyons, G. M., . Gro-,,-- Grow, G C Grow. N. T., Gmv N T., Garrard Milling Co., Garrard Milling Co., i, . ... .. "' .... I'.'."". - Im I' :::c .- TIL 0.00 8.30 100.13 173.00 218.22 230.07 .. .. . ' 0.00 -- -- 3.44tf .... a.oot a nii 'j .T , XBBB1 ha; attar m -- -- 1.. .2V. "17.74 W 3,'t'l tr,.86 08.00 IIHI7 VlasTBBBBBl .. 2.00 2.00 .... ..... 010,01 ...... .. ...jts.... ,.J:..7... ...y....l.l. 307,81 nn 10.00 8.1,00 'i " 0.00 2.00 2.00 22.16. 1.00 14.00 J " - 60.00 43.75 13.25 4.25 35.00 36.20 48.00 15.75 228185 18.00 10.00 31.80 Katne. U. ;., Ray, i:. II . Klgney W. 0 Robinson, II F Robinson. B. F., Roger. N. W.. Rogers. Charles, McQurrry, J. II., Montgomery. Dr. B. Noel, Jasper, R. D. II., 2.00.' 2.00 6ti25i 10.00 . ... ........... sjt . 2.00 2,00 2,00 ..."-- .'. 101.50 3.44 .1.41 ' ...j 3.50 100.05 60.00 6.75 1.76 7.25 .25 .76 . Scott. K. It.. ... Fherrow, J. T., Stfgnll, Thoinns, Swrcnoy, J. W walker, A. K., Wnlker. A. K.. Walker. A. K.. Walker. A. K.. Walker. A. K Wheeler, Sim, Wheeler, Sim, Wheeler. Sim, Wools. K. I., Wren. S. T., . Wynn, J. D., . Wynn, J. I).. . Mnvin. T. R !U. B. C .. ..... 'k. 344 . ..W...i. I ? 2.00.- 3,41 2.00 2.00 06.00 82.S0 228.76- 10.00 ... .... 2.M i .... .. ... 3157.60 12.00 24.00 12.00 12.00 12,00 12.00 21.00 12.00 12.00 .IB .08 00.88 .50 1.75 2125 snfVe)sVsf ee. et , 7,50 .17.40 2iO0 -- ... 2.00 2.00 1 2.00 14.00 3.41 3.44 $11801.73 7,00. $4,801.73 (To br continued in the nest issue.) ..... .... jr.4.i. ...... ......... ,60 .25 125.00 .10.02 23.00 ..;,u. ttt ....lip.... 7.20 20.00 28.00 40.00 ........ ............ .j. 1000 32.50 ... ...... ....Jfe. ....... .... ........... :w:oo 05.00 06.00 65.00 05.00 1.40 174.16 32.50 .... ... .. t;. Thst dees With Peppermint. Too. When Cost W11 Not Burnett r "Many girl Vilnius! enerty I Quivn rJltalK-lh- . broad minded ta . rfiewtns Kum. rfninrt. a wrlu-rThe foaiit Itiluc". coil burnlaf . fr more pepsin, tliu le was bsd tor tienlth, nnd whrnrvrr the Boston Tronrrlpl. eyuntrr crnitinen enme to lntet) to psrllnniPiit. no nop In tin city was H llstil n Coal lite. Corrtct Way to Durglar. Tliu old ptnn of nITViIni; n lnir;tr n Htr Voice Improved. clcnrrlle und nL nc Mm in nWi a Wtieii Jrnnl was n child at school rtuilr hll- - jroti lcli'lM r In I lie v sihI I.h'I to read aloud tho tmsons on llcu I not now ki sk ...fni Ul in n,a ll., l.lnLl.vir.1 IK. rtiir.lla In lh.. past Ttje t ptnu u iq ia, kl the , nrhe two or three row In front of I or fellow rlcht inn) .,. lkMri..r lid. purpose . kp h,. No you should step behind lilm. take hold nle inartitil anil has two small chlU of his coat anil force It over tits drrn. nnd when she takes them In lh Then lie hi left arm to hi rlcht leg' nelglilMirhoMl fin re show and reads cross the back. I'rnrrly rrrlr,J wat, the line Hb.ItnI on the acieVn. It I ran-- ! metho.1 tbl fnIK- - Ixitxloa udlhle in eerlxHly for li or seset I'uiirh. tow In from of her. Film Fun. ili-lijH-ak- lc.lkl -- I rtivt U-v- fri 11 .'.. -- ....... ... ... ..... .. ........ .. .. .... ....... ..... ..... .. ..........I ..... .......... .. ...... , ... .... ... ... .... .......... Rem, Ross, Ross, Roes, Ross, .... ............ ... ..,..' ..... -- S ). ....i..t. ....... ....... .... ............ .... ...... ....... .-- Sanders, R. W., nccount, Scatt, A, T.. nccount, . Scott, A. T., account. Stapp, Forest, Salar', -- . . , -- . Standard Printing Company, nccount.' Standard Printing Company, account,.... Matin, 1 orest, Mattonnry Allowance, Stapp, Forest, account, . ..-"- .! Staiip, Forest, Salary, . Stigall. Thonms, account. S. S. S. Lumber Co., account, S. S. Lumber Co., account, Smith Martha, J., account, Smith. F. IL. nccount, Sni.iler, A. V., account, ..i.-X..- . Smithurb. A. U, account, Transylvnnia Printing Co., arcount, Umlerwood Typewriter Co., account, ..... wuikcr, u. c, aniury, JT" Wulkor. G. C. Snlurv. Jt,.'. Walker. G. C. Salary Wulkcrr G C, Salary &?Z3Zi wuiKc-r-, rnnid. account. '. Wnlker, Kathleen, account. t 'alker. I'rln.us, nccount, .. Witt. Jns. account. Williams-- , P. II., account, WHILms. P. B.. account A.. Williams, Salllv, account, '.. wnn, Mary, uccount. .. William-.- . P. IS. and Co.. uccouut.TtHt Wren, Mary, account, ... Uycp ilnry, ncrount. . ......... Salary........... Ron, . Hose, U. C. account, ...... ... i...r... ........ Rjthwell, W. M.. uccount. -- David, account,. David. Salary,.. David, Solnry,.. David, Salary, David, David, Salary....... -- .i:. .t ,t-.- 05.00 321.80 G5.00 05.00 05.00 05.00 05.00 14.75 46.00 0.60 14.20 18.00 ............. ..... .. ........... ...... ............ .... '...i j .. ... .... .... . ....I 650.00 01.01 04.70 15.00 55.00 275.00 40.00 Merry England. to the old designation.. Merry Knc In nd, the word merry dot imt mean that thf of the kingdom wer m daily noted for Ibvlr inerry.iiisk lite, bnt that the rouniry ws a?rtiitlile, a teuiiiriil land of plenty The word merry Is ued In this when ueMi) "the merry monili of May." ifntinlng Unit May Is a pleasant month. In this sens the' Ht Kitmuixt Siieiuvr i.xk of "Merry Umdon," inul the earlier poet, ChaiiiTr. wrote a city "llit Iimm1 full merry Upon a huen side," thiit Is It wo n tine, ptrusunt city, built Uf side n haven, or tinrl,r n-u- e Chlnta Family notations. There If no such specie the "oil pmld" In China. The lot of th concubine A Is ant, generally apcnkjnr. rep-ctable- hanl: and the position Is . eonctiMiie ta ordlirlly tnken In default of Imuu from tin wlfn. The cbllilrru of conculilne. i leglilmnte. A ins notitu not dare to Inner public opinion nr Uiv wrath of tits ulf nnd ht'r by InMiis h connibloe asolusi hi wife a Father and imdhvi ai c.iinll)' ttnrralii la th I'jes of he child J the father Is "the slern one" and the noihcr "ih gentle one," Itul lntli are notoriously to their chlldrru. 11 nl!u. 04.00 352.14 ... .50 7.25 10.00 .26 ........1............. ....... ............ . 25.00 112.50 175.00 175.00 175.00 175.00 6.00 ..., v 25.00 160.00 2.00 13.20 13.85 .76 .75 3G.f0 .25 1.00 THE UNIVERSAL CAR '.7..12''.'. 1 ....... y.. . $30,788.80 CLAIMS ALLOWED S. II., Arnold. Kd, BY FISCAL COURTfAND PAID BY SHERIFF OUT ............... Out of the more than 3,000,000 Fonl cars ulout-eixt- y percent have hecn sold I'rotalily no other one thinj has Jirotifclit to the farm so nt ch of comfvrt and profit n Iks the l'Vul cr. It has enlarged the social life, dotilitcd the fr.u!itics for marketing, l.rought hc town ttcxctiixtr to the farm, now in use, to fanners. OF GENERAL FUNDi iiJttrtlinlfortlie A farrily C4i the of living. Andrron. w.i. ....i.w-- . 8.50 3.11 22.60 ... Arnold. T. M Arnold. T. M.. Ballard. J. IL. . .. . . Ball. W, B . Barker. R. L.. Bank of Brantsvllle, Bastin, A. IL, ft Co Beckor, Ballard ft Co., ...a...... -, . -ingj..--.- .- 2.00 2.00 3111 Iluurne, Cleveland, Howling, G. A., Huwling. G. A Ilruner. I. II Brown, W, II ... ....... '.ZiGi. ...... J... ... -- 3Se. jt - 30,50 without nn ctjual in low cost of rperation ar.J mr.in:cnance. Wo M!icir your onlcr foron? .;ow because tho demand U large and contimt.i'l iiicrcaiini;. i ... .. ..16.00 2.00 173.b3 30.00 Haselden Bros Garage, not intvretlcd In any car except Ford, 2.00 2.00 3.44 2.00 2.00 2.00 In. . ... ...5...... --- . Uurnslde, Joe, r"..n. Calico! Klbert! Chsunp. A Conn Brothers, Cook, K. V., CoxrO. C. Cox, G. C, ........ "l"".".l'V.lllllll ... I : ... ................ en .-- ...'.. . .' 2.00 3.44 2:00 210.34 2.00 100.60 3.00 4 i v. ... - . 1