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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): January 6, 1921 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1921 cen1921010601_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): January 6, 1921 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1921 $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. '.id 12Pagts Today THE CENTRAL RECORD. YKAIt 12 I.iRt THIRTY FIBT LANCASTER. KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON, JANUARY 6. 1921. NUM8RR)4. MS-- j. 'LANCASTER TOBACCO MARKET OPENS 1,000 NEW YORKERS COST 26C A POUINID Much sympathy extended to Mr Pay 1,000 Each To TO'RSE BURIJEY. "o John D. Wynn Walker I'nore and family, of only little In the death of WITH LARGE CROWD Partake' Of Boiled tAff.r Weth Suffering. flrl, Alice liury. On CiirUtmaa live ExState rnivei-sitynight while playing, with ntpnrM0f Rice .."Uttn'ttaetf' yearn her rtothing became ignited froiiM TEWy" aged ON HAND. perts Make Public the hot wire, wldcli Inntantly; envoi Snot popular farmer HOOVntt PLEADS. fiOR Tifftt county, dletl tyed Her in tiawrs. nrrnrd ' Ml thttt modi till skill and Iivi tri" mr I'ulnl IJek last 4 RUjl Of ThoVOUgh STARVING CH.LDRCK. in .r.ArMtt ,h '' 11) six e'elock. g about uKUWLKd AM) WANK Mr n tGi IJloA TO NilKu t' invusuganuii. NtWi xA&thMMMi v fro lb II MlTcrer "LTXtr morn I Wll-mo- POISON Poore. ht-- 1 l .sV a MM At jto- a a o. on In Id ' tud , . IhtMftb ' r Urvrythttui that d Man dooe for moit! prominent n In adjoining tailed In for was thought of ni Mr. Wynn nil wits suffer Jut at n 1iQO wetu 4i flMm&re neml servkw oVIeek t the hama Sttfrfny nf stt!:00 n'rlvek, burial in citwplery. k.w of KETS - EJECTED A CENT TO AS PRICES RANGF TROH HALF FIFTY CENTS A POUND. NEXT TUESDAY. Hr .I'oare an. I family are former Grrad sMinty . ,tUn 'and iuivfi n hesjt Vhe frin- - asyf relaUvea atoarn wifh t' n .1 tm.r grraVffo taT . MASS MEETING IIEI.0 A crowd AND HOUSES CLOSE UNHu York's wen awl wewnn. f wewut aeetngo owl w,I.(4IhkM, Xy..--T- 1to paid $1,900 nt nktfHAdk tiirrer ent!y to ait at a pfaln board table of (ftoo'oeing ami marketing bdrteV tobacco m 1S1V was 3 .ceitla per and eat beUed He. was a teaUmiHilel ! pound, ami that ol dark tabacco IT.i Tke rrsniisl by Herbert" Hoover, chnlr-- cento ifir ponnd, according to n.pjg. "ban" Ijtnntcr Jnl rw. Rat tint gradual.. No m In the ri mi. rnled Mr. Wyn County Hoa. November el much interest, work of the e tht board will n He was ane of Very 111. 'encc. but last rf worse nri'iTi Mr Harry Anderson lies critically ie end ennie. til at hU home on Maple avenue, lived n ever ulTerinif with hardening' of the arine will be ommunity. teries nnd other complications His friends are. very apprehensive h to tne of the his recovery, although cverythlnR n at the very knawn to modleal science is beint: u I ICntMimil dun fAP titm Inef wn si:r. mounts add. most anient direct tnrl Tobacco Wand tty "l bis I" c f thi u will be severely r In I and Oar-npnn- y, BRYANTSVILLE Coulter is reeoverini; f pneumonia. Mr. nnd Mrs. (). M. Meroinnd and sm sftnt Mamtny in Lexington. Mr. and Mr, llrtwrd Hurt are re .eWiiw eiHtKratulatiorH over the ar new) f little Mkn, Jan. 1st. Mr ami Mrs. Newton Cwney entertained a numlHtr of friend and rrUtlvi-- s Sunday. Mrs. Hubert Sagerc), of N'srhedas. vttle. spent a few Any last week with her sinter, Mrs. New ten (oenry. Mr. ami Mr. W. II. Ilrogle. of Leaiogson werv the guests ef Mr. and Mrs. Martin HrogJe Suiidny. Mr and Mrs. Ham Parley ami rhli-iU- . , of Nirholaiville, wern Suadiiy gueu of Mr an I Mr. John U llry-anMr. Chns. l ad- - (Ms He company Mr W. C. Wynn and a Itoyd Wynn. all of tbt e , survived by his winW, rushed by thla awful ntllieU ami f ia i ml . it frnt an attack . the sympathy of the entire unity In the loss of n devoted feather, affectionate antl seirvtvc "hree small children nl t t HI lie was a "member of the Vietho dial hureh.dcvout and devotj,,! lu hu religion ami always took y lead Injr part In rvsry movemeif t that would prove good for the chulrh nn, community. Funeral services vere y,i.l(i-tcat the Walnutto Melhodwt Jj,urth in I'aint l.ick yetnlay afrrnffin. with a layer concourse, of fnenjli and rel.sad ntoa. atives attending Xheso TobaCf The directors ofTb? CanA-rtj 1Warehouse attending (in a body. lu rial took place In tlir yeMcr criretrry about four o afternoon. d 4 t. LKtU Mhs KltanheUi Hregle pent weeR witjt hir aunt, a few days Mrs. S. M. Morferd. f Nlehlnii. viHe Mr and Mr. Rusoei I'. Hrown and lU little daughter, were dinner gunts Saturday of Mr. and Mrs. C C. Ilneker. Resolwiti, At a p,rtctors of the aJAHRAHH WAHKHOVjSB COMI'ANT, fid at their offVie on Campbell reet, on Jviuary 6th, IU21 the f lowing resolutions wre adupted. RKSOIXKD THAT, wherciw. our t nofil brother director, John I). fr,.-nn. (Mtswd uway nt his home ut rain; Ijck, Ky., on the evening of n meeting; the ' Hoard of j.muary 4th., 19S1 THAT, it Is with profound regret and deep sorrow that we learn of tlie death of our sincere, friend ami associate. THAT, In his passing we lone one of (larrant tlounty' foremot eiti-xea christian gentlrinan who held the esteem of all who knew hint fur hit sterling character and unusual business ability. THAT, in the fullnww of our I - tarta nn thw sad occasion we wish exteml to his fnmlly wir heurtfidt mpatby ami nlTectlon in their deep 1 bereavement. ' tlwt a FUKTHKU. IIKSOI.VK0 py of these resolution be spread ..poll the minutes of thM company; u copy Ik published ui the Central lieoord and a copy sent to his family. order of the Hoard ef Direc Warehouse rs. Oarrard Toliaeeo y R-1 i jmixiny. John M. Farra. So.iy. ivMillinery Moved. fl.i m. Minnie II row n has moved her ry to the store room formerly ipc'd by J K. Uickorson on the I . I.. ..t IKV tlltn HUT UI al... ....Kll.. r.UMw Mayote whre tlie will be glad to see her (lose. finler .'riends mid customer. '"v IjiIn llronddus and Mrs. Jukin llronddus of IjincnMcr, spent the weektc'nd with Mr. W. J. Ilroaddus and family Mr Welch Forley and Miss Mary KHen Foriey. of Lexington spent Saturday with their aunt. Mrs. John W. Ilryant. New Monday of the donth of Milton Finley of Texas but fortn-erief Utis place, much to the regret ef his many friend nnd relatives. Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Morferd, MUs Chrfitinc Morford and Master WalMnrferd, ef Nicholas-vllle- . ter Durham spent Monday with Mr and Mrs. Martin llrogli. Mr and Mrs II. II. llnltomli entertained a numliHr at dinner Tuesday evening THee prirnt were Mr. and Mrs. W J. llronddus. Miss Lettie Ilroa.ldu. Mr. Louis W. HrsMiddits and Mr Uney Cheattmrn. Mr and Mrs W. J. Hroaddus entertained Saturday evening the following iruru Mr and Mrs. U. II. HaietiwK Mr and Mrs. Walter Fain, Mlwt I. ida llri.Mil.lus and Mary Halle Haleomb ami Mor. JelT Halcemb mul.Jabu C. llronddus. Mr. nnd Mrs. Whiter Fnln were hosts to a number of their friends Wednesday the NUest being Mr and Mrs. II. II. Hulrnmb, Mr. W. J. Ilrouddus, Mbvs Let-in- a... I Mr ttioaddus. Mary Ilelle Halcomb, and Mr. Louis tiroaddus. Mrs. W. K. Puvw viitertiiineil Saturday a few friends, those being Mies Mhry Kllon Farley, of Lexington. Misses 7.ilah nd Amy Dnwea, MMh ( 11 llaUnrd, O. M. Mesdutues IC, C. Mirelnnd, J. Ilognii Resigns Clerkship. Mr Joe "llabe" f I . ur years' has been our Circuit from this t autt Clerk, resigned 1,Tire last week' urn! has accepted n I! irjvemment position ns watchman nt I of the distillery ' In Anderson ounty. His successor is to be nam-i- d by Judge Hardin and may bo weeks. one within the next few In the tnenntlmu Mr Tom Wheritt , . M&ster James Hourbnn idoreland mid James Lear Rose. Mr. and Mrs. J. llugun Uallurd Huniside for the w'Vo hosts Wednesday evening to a llaNni, ... .1 iVt I 1 . ,g after Uie recorua 01 ine couri. 1 want uuoui uiiy WANIKU about 70 pounds. utS weighing nliuuo Nn. II ri or IliZ. t J.K. Kollnson. number of their friends. Those invited wre Mr and Mrs. II. A. Dawes, Dr. uml Mm. II. C. Rose and son, Mr. and Mr. O M. Morelnnd and son, Ilev. uml Mrs. Geo. S. Conant, nnd sons, of Wllmore. Mrs. B. C. Rose entertained Wednesday afternoon with a little The following Christmas party. guests were present! Mesdames 11. A. Dawes, J. Ilogan llnllard, O. M. Morcland, Walter Davis, Duve Rankin, Jr., II. L. Elder, of Nicholas-vlll- e. Mayme Uallard, Zilah Ml and. Am"Dw( aniji Jane Bowling. at .1,000 wit-- , morning. The rtrt erfrf rctlrd of th Lancaster! waa that of II. T. MaMurtyT It neaaed the optniijf l.ooie'I.eaf Tobacco Market last wetKhed 3.000 pound and a bid of Tuesday mornlngim ten o'clock, the 2'tt cent wna rejceteil by the Krw-Hrs- t o It wns O. b snU btinc held at Ui Garrnrd J cr Warehouse, when.lt was j an plant to I redricil and Stored aitreed' ftieicht before that only j alone with other tobnrcn rrtfetveil. eiltbt Tw fn each house would bej Salc In nliijost fjfjry important sold on that day, the Oarrard Ilotisc! tobwece'renter fu I 6rural Kentucky to sell iif thii morniiw and the. Plant-- , umeuo a m. umin nisi luestiay, litnppointed at the era and Urowcrs in tne auernoen. when growers The first crop ottered was thatvof IpnceajOffercil, refused to ell their tlona, teak place on Jahn MJley Amonwhich provnUto jn some places jnr Imve been the tleet olTcrintt of thc ! miiniiflc5rs. my am) averaeea auout .11 ctnis, jiatys jwore reMirieii id or nauung f0 n ivay thein tobaciu from the wnrp the lilirhost baiet bnnKinir hn Ired. There wi re aliout i,000 , hluse lleor ' Anneuncen ents of cUn.ni: isalen peunds In this crp Hut the worst wns yet to come. ( showed that the following markets to hold sales and bad lliifHrc the tobacco was all sold on hud starte this lloor it e seen that the aver rioted: LvxinKton, Pari. ML atcr- nce wsuild run very much lew than lin:,"U Tnchestcr, Frankfort, Curltsle, than lat year. Many croiw, I Mnysvllle, ( ovmcton. on and Owensvllle. Cnrrolten. Hanvlle. Har- ,pmw frTlM e, n0 n KVwriMrintr. eeme as hw as ten cenla nwlsburjr nnd Richmond imunrf. About 45.000 lounit :i were sold over the Jloer af the (Jar- - Motion rstrsl bouse at an average in )M 3 t In ScnOOl. The Mile opened nt the Planters at 1. r.R ...1 !.... Dm H" "'"'"l -V- nun The students of the Lancaster pound, were 7"" an average of at an $1&S0. ly this time the fanners! t to " in.tnll a miniern motion picture out- 7" ,d upon them and they began to . by MaerijAtQM ,0 tlu. . ... F"-P- "Country Gentleman nt the regular year of high prices had gone glim advertised price of $1.00 the jrear. m, ring. The school ij to be nlLwid a very Clotp SaUs rnr Onr Week. liberal pommis1on on cash subtcrip' At a meeting of the directors nnd tion. The plan is uniqun in tbut the. utticers of the two warehouses held I.CUUUI i ui uj iivCA'ruve at the Citizen's NntlonaP Rank Tue ma -- mi." inouj aim ine 3UD?criucr t it was decided that nil will receive n copy of the "The .Ut would be called otf until next j Country Gentleman" each week for ai TumuIma, January inn , 11 it meiione year while the school enrrs a wdli the approval of the crowd of big prollt. The plan deserves the growers and plnnter that had al- support of the entire community ready assembled ut the court house Schools over the country are more and were then waiting to hear the nnd more making ue of motion pic result of the directors meeting. tures. The Dept. of Education in Ijiter when they were told of the de- Washington is urging schools to secision of the directors, a vote was cure motion picture machines nnd tnkiii and every planter voted unan- they have thousands of educational imously to stand by the directum of films thnt are available to schools the two houtes and approved their .free of cost. Prominent educators nrt4n in clesing the sales uptil next oyer the country urge visual educa Tuesday. tlon In the schuols and this A delegation will be sent from is an opportunity for Lancaster to each of the warehouses nnd from the get In the peslon free. Give the boys and girls your support and help bonks ef the city and county to meeting of the grower to be held them put it over. KememQerN en , Money. Lexingto'n next Friday moining ut The Paint Lick Consolnted School nt We, the girls, of the L'i Mfnv'j which time it is hoped that matters not to be outdone is also starting a informs us that J. J. Walker.-Jr.- . Telephone Exchange . re vet' may lie ndjuited so that the fanners ftlmilur campaign the jury money for the November ftil and take this rr.eanx of and growers mny be uble to receive term U now In hi' hands ready for ing our gratitude for thu, Crcmo Dairy I'Yod wilt mkp your distribution. a hotter price fur their IoIhkco Uhiii Is needless to ad It was offered on the floors here last cow ifivr mora milk, tliidton and vtso' those who served on this jury mcinbranccs given durlig t day season. To attempttO; Farnau. Tuesday. to Mill on Mr. Walker. ate all or tho. mceTgifW n: While one of the largest crowds " . fa would oe next-l- o ever Men at an opening sale, the Home . ip'.pouaifo i"El :' I To nas '.oar uavuiir iKvn best humor prevailed and not n word M.l M Friend of 711 r W. I. Lnwson were SwriWftthe splen - j Mim Joyce ,Syler. home demon' Of criticism w ,ra"bn "tcn,t fIrow ,lu' glad indeed to er him on the street nni in ine uiun j aaatwaiways did Nt of buyer, who are on the local I Agriculture, Lexington nnd the a few ilays ago after being confined been in the uVanrl Jyii bfioi virre K breaks nnd wh repreiiit live of ia' S. department of agru-ture nr to hU home for the past twelve for a Happy V x VStrVv.-ltiK v the. big manufaeturuns, knowing that ' rived in the city last Monday und week. sulTcring intensely with nn gmtefully. buyers only have their instructions begun her work in Garrnrd isun. acute attack of rjieumntism. 'He hy,,c Lutz anll girls. vartoiss linn whom Uiey has from the ty. through the various sehool. say that one groat consolation . he are representing, A number of in- clubs', societies, etc., of tbe cotumun got from his sukiicw. wathe kind-iio75 dependent buyers are on the breaks ity. Her work is to be county wme and thought f unless of his and mnde vuvenil purches Tuesday. nhoulcl and doiibtJoas will Mr. S. H Hrnrj, vho is the ncj friend. They seemed to have Most ef the tobaeco but Tues- an.l ehe ' ha,ye the ami sappirt bf tklpated bis everf srant ami wore eoniniddsting itjttan for the Ijincas- -, , day wns rejected. the girls und women oT tMt ent.rv at ail time vcryMilicitou as to his ter cemctvry. lb?U that ho had 75. Sale were suspended on the I.v burials m l'Jjtfievygest number ingtoii loose leaf market, the lrget county. Her Ursi wurk begins in rueowry and the many kmdu.vos.ip ever retvrde'f byjtlBilnce lu; took the consolidated sehoala shown him during tlie lung seige of In the world. Tupudny maraiug at Teaching the girts to lake up ;bo wtfeni'.g will "iways romoln fiesk etarg yvi-- t tlyjednoigo. This mayiU:,10 o'clock while an auction 3t foir5fiir the number be uccotmi such ut hewing, (farier-ng- , a his memory and fur "all of which in progren nt the TuttcrsalU house. project new lot a IdvwUhjfn Uie past year conning or poultry rntsfng and to lio U aoepiv gratefut SuperiMr Tlie orderwus givui t -to psoplo 1 .Ini3fairtout In thu Voun-ty- -. r of t -of Sales. Hen Ue4wurth, acting under the woman such projeutt n (lie ut ofjth AuJOihearsojandf Ltntcroat to the communtiy In which Most "Painful from tot Lexington instructions t(fe hund.cdt" of anTnob&e.i, Irlngr they reside. Warehousemen's AmocIuUmii, after Mr Clyde WitlieWfc twJio lives pear ug,thcnl Iiiclse proxlmttyto thls'v This work is linatnod entirely at more Hum 2.000 farmers hud wnced Atoka Salt river usaLnod most cemeter .wby h U considered Wathis time by the state und U. j. 11 protest ngninst the cuntiituaUoti of nrmful injures recently while oper- prettie efptf in 4 ,li section of .UitJT and is free to thsW who sales. ' ttff 'W ating n tutting box. He was turn James C. Stone, president nf the care to tuke up Ihk imjioriaHt work. Miss Syler comes highly recommend- ing the crnnK with his right hand a .T wurehuutemcn' association nunounc pcr'cnl protein cot. S". had many muJia oxptrt-enc- e while feeding with bis left hand' ei Tuesday afternoon tlu.it sal' ed, havingthis line and for several HV baud won caught in the cutler n , uorM3 Cheapest and best in would not reopun until next Tue on aim for.catNe. Hudtou and' Farnau. years taught Domestic Seieaeo-- t thu nnd liu intiftx ringer was-cday ut the earliest. 1 Putty Clay sellout nt Lowlou. Slie Pils midille finger wns badly laceraA straw vote taken In warehouses He was operating the inaeine SWeet s ted. ht before the suspension ot sales, under Jk1v by lantern light ami couia not sou G,u' thl u'r"00''- supervision of Charles Und. pronwn the niachiuery distinctly as he u " Anri' Honey. cut farmer and union execud e, llu,wns brought to Danville Wo wish to express our appreci- should. showed that the furmcrs were ation of your patronage for. l'J-fiuiil by Mr Mulcoid House, Third street f KtiXUL ilivr 0 i -- t unanimous for discontinuing the nnd wo will otrer you thU.Ne.w Year barber, and Is beintr treated ut th i...if- li:..." si!'iJll itiiy ihiic ' A"i stinger sMin rvi ctu,cr. auction und- - rutting out the 1112 1 coal, oats, iiuy, corn.afeeiU of all Danvdle And Hoylo County Hospital from xrower, special scarified crop. The result vra' more than 200 kinds, for DrowHt eermlnatiun. Prices and salt, cement, brick, sand and This is the third accidebt of t for and none against. Also prices en seeds. Our terms ;will be OASH for character that4 lias occurred In thftt circulars free, Markalfaf Com puny Begun. Joim,.Ar .Sboohan,' all'thu above items for. lUlil und section in tne wist, mwain. incan hoaty; Si. DaHf.le K.'r, D. Mo. t. Garrard Milling jury was very The Hurley Tobacco Market ng PRICES RIGHT. kl Adracate. Company bean uperullerw Tuesday Company, V (Mtimatvd tliJUic Vnuch-Tobacc- , e Pictures ' ' -1 ,a - niL-h- 11 man of Use rSnrepeH Relief Ceuncll limihory report of a study of 81 ef AraorfeSLin nn cirort to succor farms in tbe barley ihotriet antlO tn Ok-- a.MW.ho sUreinsr ehildroti of the dark tobacco district of the stole, seen to be issued hy the College of Burepe. The rice. acemph(ed by white Agriculture, of the University! of bread and a cup of cocoa, was the Kentucky. Tbe report was complied same ns served to starving children by W. D. Niehobt, head of the departthe al relief stations throughout Europe ment of farm management-o- f at a cost of lc.n than' a cent and .1 col.'ege and F. W. I'eok, of the pfnel half, ; of farm management nnd cconomiciOfr of the Unitetl States Department of Kockfeller CarrU Rice Bowl. General- - John J. Perahjng, Mr. Agriculture. Tlie MuQy wns continued Aljrough Hoover,' John D. RoekfeHef, Jr Mrs. ugu: !lcJrsont and otier liutaWea the i!J0 iason but 'owing tp, thej carried ice baiwU and vriro first in nct tlu, tlie tebticc jjrown IhlaRta n. line thnt parsed by nrtny hitehen't' JiS"n'it Bceiumarketed no estimate to be served. The servitors were of the llnnl rest are yet available ac young society 'women. ' cording to olHclnbi df "tlie departFritx KreWer entertained the din- ment. The 191U repiirt Is expected ers with several violin solos. A va- totbe off the press bhortly after cant high chair, placed for the "in1st. visible" guest of honor for the chilThe 101H rejiort is considered Imdren for whom Hoover's campaign of portant by olTlcinls of thef agriculMfi.000,001) was launched, stood nt ture in connection with the report' the head of the speaker's table. of tre hurley toof the v Mr. Hoover said in part: bacco crop taken recently by the den partment of agriculture adn olTicIalsi "So long a any pcrmn In this ran entertain an uutomoblle, he of the association and expected to can entertain, "an invisible guest " be rendy for release on Monday, Jan. Nation Spend Ulllion On Auto 27th. The census is also expected "There are fl.000,000 automobiles to be accompanied by rt statement Since from tho College of Agriculture esand only V.OO.OOO guest. this nntion is spending a billion dol- timating the approximate cost per, lars annually supporting automo- acre of producing the 1920 crop. biles; another billion" on ice crenm, The cost ns set forth in the report ' cosmetic and chewing" gum; a complied from book kepftby the nnd 1GJ farmers under the supervision more on other luxuries, it ha renched 11 point of field men maintained by thc.uni-versit- y of destitution that warrants refusal nnd the department 'of agrito buy happiness and cheerfulness culture. These men checked the for this rqnss'of children." book throughout thejeaenand fol'GoncrallPershlfig.-a- f tcf elilogltlng lowed the- - crop t h r oil It Ka"fp r'o e's Mr. Hoover for'hls' work lifEurope 'ofitrlpplng nnd morketlnKntil'the immediately nfter the war, spoe in money Was paid in "ie hand of the favor of world disarmament. fanner The final processes' were Estimates recently presented to found to be the most expensive, it Congress for naval nnd military pur was stated. poses, he usscrtcd, contemplate nn The hurley district fanna were " Jessamine, appropriation for thene xt fiscnl year located hi Fiyvt'e. amounting to more than $5,000,000 Woodford and tho northern parU of h. for every working day in the year, Scot?, cuunty. fnwSsiT Flfty-tlrre- e Rigid Economy Necessary? werellocuted In tlie first threo. coun "It is a gloomy comirt'sntary n ties, 'whlcli' the report says repre. world conditions," ihe. continued, sent the 'richest "of the blutgroij r "tliat expenditure reveral times soil, and the reuiiiiniitg 28 greater than ever bfore in pence county in. the vicinity .of SndieviP times should eb considered neces- - which was taken .oj rinresentiiN c ary uspecinlly when (the most rigiij the rougher outlying area ofjIbbe'LIu eccnomytn ogverntnent administra- grass region, or about iHfci tion is essential if we wouliP avoid thnt famous fanning section, bankruptcy." national Jan-uery nn-tiolirinkSj-tolmcro11 'o ltei' tivo-shlbi- of . Jury tvinaiy i h Demonstrations. 1 Grateful Friends. rni V'T' l. f Burial In 1920..,- 11 11 r Accident. it ' ut fJOnl. 'Z CIoj;r a'.r itdm ,lfu!, , 1 Tho Cnntrnl Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Jan 6 1921 A ni.n vtwb nnT a i.r a jH .v H H M m H H H H MH H Mmmml H H H H H H H B B HB M H H HB H H OF Entire Stock Without Regard to Original 30 DAYS Cost-Com- men SA TURD AY, JAN. 8th, 1921 cHTrgu. NOT GOING OUT OF BUSINESS BUT WE ARE GOING TO CLOSE OUT OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF CLO SHOES, HATS, AND GENTS FURNISHINGS WITHOUT REGARD TO WHAT IT COST US. WE LIKE TO PROFIT BUT REALIZE FULLY THAT THESE ARE NOT PROFIT TIMES, CONSEQUENTLY WE ARE GOING EVERY PIECE OF MERCHANDISE IN OUR STOCK AT COST AND LESS THAN COST, FOR 30 DAYS. WE TO HAVE OUR STORE ROOM PRACTICALLY EMPTY BY FEB. 10th., 1921. CASH ONLY WILL BE CONSID CHARGES AT ANY PRICE DURING THIS SALE. IF YOU DON'T THINK WE MEAN BUSINESS, COME A OVER OUR STOCK, GET OUR PRICES AND WE ARE SURE YOU WILL BE CONVINCED BEYOND A DOUBT WE HAVE ABSOLUTELY LOWERED THE PRICES TO A POINT WHERE THERE CAN BE NO ROOM F MENT. WE ARE NOT OFFERING OLD STOCK, BUT BRAND NEW MERCHANDISE OF THE QUALITY T STORE PRICES GUARANTEED TO BE AS LOW AS CAN BE OBTAINED IN 1921. ALWAYS SOLD. I I $5,000.00 WORTH OF HENS, WOHENS AND $7,500.00 WORTH $3.0110.00 BOYS FINE HATS & CAPS These aie r latw! styles to be had and made by JohnVL Stetson. Hats and Frat tajM, new lrush finish hats brims. anil caps with OF HERS le ai x I CIIILDRENS FINE DRESS SHOES All now this season's stock right from the factory. Absolutely up to the minute stylos, featuring. Bostoninn for men, Sclby for ladies, Educators for and best Most popular children. brands made in U. S. A. I WORTH OF MENS AND FINE SUITS AND OVERCOATS This stock clothing is fresh new and nobby styles and made by Hart, SchafF-ne- r and Marx and other best brands to be had in this country. Regular $50.00 & $00.00 Suits and Overcoats $38.75 Regular $45.00 & $50.00 Suits and Overcoats $29.75 Regular $!15.00 and $40.00 Suits & Overcoats $25.75 Regular $25.00 & $110.00 Suits and Overcoats $19.75 Regular $50.00 Gaberdine Raincoats $32.00 Regular $45.00 Gaberdine Raincoats $26.75 Regular $22.50 and $25.00 Roys' Suits and Overcoats $14.75 Regular 20.00 and $22.50 Roys' Suits and Overcoats $12.75 Regular $15.00 and $18.00 Roys' Suits and Overcoats $11.75 Regular $12.50 and $1:1.50 Roys' Suits and Overcoats $9.75 Regular $10. & $12. Roys' Suits & Overcoats $7.75 Regular $10.00 and $12.00 Men's Raincoats.. $6.75 Regular $7.00 and $10.00 Roys Raincoats ..$4.75 , r i , i Regular Regular Regular Regular Regular Regular Regular Regular $4.00 and S5.00 Shoes $5.00 and $0.00 Shoos ..$3.75 ?G.OO and $7.00 Shoes ..$4.65 $7.00 and $8.00 Shoes .$5.25 $8.00 and $0.00 Shoes -- $5.75 $9.00 and $10.00 Shoes ..$6.75 $10.00 and $12.00 Shoes $7.75. $12.50 and $15.00 Shoes $9.95 -- Regular Regular Regular Regular Regular Regular Regular Regular Regular Regular $10.50 Stetson Hats V - $7.50 56.50 $0.00 Stetson Huts V$5.75 $8.50 Stitaon Hat $7.50 Stetson Hats $0.50 HuK'le Hats . $2.tsr $1.00 Frat Caps .. $2.45 $:t.50 Frat Caps $11.00 Frat Caps . $1.95 $1.75 $2.50 Frat Caps $1.45 $2 00 Frat Caps Kegul.tr $1.50 Frat Caps . - 95c --J-75 i I I 5 X 2 $25 f X Postively No Goods On Approval $1,250.00 WORTH MEN'S AND BOYS' UNDERWEAR, COOPERS, CHALMERS, HAY-NE- S end OTHER STANDARD MAKES ' Our Slogan Empty Store In 30 Days $1,250.00 WORTH MEN'S AND BOYS' GLOVKS. ..Thctu gloves arc mndc by H. and P. Tuf-nuWc know cf no better brands. Regular $5.00 Men's Dress Gloves $3.45 Regular $4.50 Men's Dress Gloves $3.25 Regular $4.00 .Men's Dress Gloves $2.95 Regular $:i.50 Men's Dress Gloves $2.65 Regular $.'1.00 Men's Dress Gloves $1.95 WORK GLOVES Regular $4.00 Work Gloves $2.65 Regular $.'1.50 Work Gloves $2.45 Regular $11.00 Work Gloves $1.95 Regular $2.50 Work Gloves $1.65 Regular $2.00 Work Gloves $1.45 Regular $1.50 Work Gloves 95c Regular $1.25 Work Gloves 75c Regular $1.00 Work Gloves 65c 1000 pair Men's best heavy Cotton Jersey Gloves .15c t. Cash Only Considered In This Sale $1,000.00 WORTH OVERALLS AND PANTS $3,000.00 WORTH MEN'S AND BOYS' DRESS SHIRTS shirts arc made by Wilson Bros, noted for lino dress shirts. $6.95 $12.00 Pure Silk Shirts $7.50 Silk & Linen Shirts $4.75 $3.75 $0.00 Madras Shirts $3.25 $5.00 Madras Shirts $2.65 $4.00 Madras Shirts $11.50 Madras Shirts . $2.45 SJl.OO Madras Shirts $1.95 $2.50 Madras Shirts $1.65 $2.00 Madras Shirts $1.45 $2.00 Roys' Shirts 5c KHAKI Regular ?2.50 Chalmers V Union-suit- s -- Regular Regular Regular Regular Regular $;.00 Coopers Unionsuits $1.95 $:i25 Coopers Unionsuits $2.35 $2.V0 Hoys' Unionsuits - .$1.30 $2.00 Men's Undershirts $1.35 ,95c $1.5v Men's Undershirts -5c - $1.65 These who nre Kegulnr Regular Regular Regular Best made overalls and work pants, we can buy, including O'bryan Overalls, Jnc'c Rabbit Pants. Men's heavy blue Overalls, best "egular MEN'S AND LADIES' HOSE Regular $1.25 Men's Silk Hose 50c Regular 0."- Men's Lisle Hose Regular Ii0c Men's Lisle Hose - 25c $2.85 Regular $4.00 Ldicn Silk Hose $2.35 Rogular $.1.50 L:lies Silk Hose Regular $2.50 Ladies' Sllfc Hose ..$1.65 - Regular Regular Regular Regular Regular Regular $11.00 Khaki Pants . . $1.95 Regular $2.50 Khaki Pants . ..$1.65 Regular $2.00 Roys' Overalls ..$1.50 HALL BAND RUBBER GOODS Regular $5.00 Rubber Roots $3.95 Regular $1.50 Hoys' Rubber Hoots $3.25 Regular $11.25 Rubber Arties $2.35 Regular $2.25 Dull Sandals $1.65 BOYS' KNICKERBOCKER PANTS Regular $5.00 Pants . $3.65 Regular $4.00 Pants $2.65 make $1.95 Men's best heavy blue Work Shirts 05c Regular $5.00 Khaki Pants $3.45 Regular $4.00 Khaki Pants $2.65 Regular $11.50 Khaki Pants $2.45 -- -- $1,500.00 WORTH MEN'S AND BOYS' WOOL PANTS. -- MEN'S AND BOYS' SWEATERS Regular Regular Regular Regular Regular Regular $12.30 Meu'a Sweaters $10.00 Mim'a Sweaters $c50 Men' Sweaters $7.50 Men's Sweaters $5.uu Roys' Sweaters $4.00 Roys' Sweaters $7.75 .75 -- .$3.65 -- .$2.65 .$5.25 ..$4.75 Regular Regular Regular Regular Regular Regular SUITCASES AND HAND BAGS $.'50.00 Case and 0 -- $16.75 ease and bags . -- $13.75 $20.00 case and bags . -- $11.75 $15.00 ease And bags -- $7.75 $10.00 case and bags - -- $5.75 $5.00 case and bags .. - -- .$3.65 bags-$25.0- Hart, Schnffncr, Marx, Jack Rabbit ond other good makes of odd trousers. $9.95 Regular $15.00 Pants Regular $12.50 Pants ..$7.75 Regular $10.00 Pants $5.75 Regular $8.50 Pants . $1.75 Regular $7.50 Pants $4.25 -- li Regular $:L5T) Pants Regular $:i.00 Pants Regular $2.50 PaniV $2.45 . had our profit: days, the next 30 d ays are positively and unr eservedly ours for Ccfsh. Storevciosed Friday, Jan. 7th, in order to rearrange stock. Open Saturday, Jan. 8th. We HOUSE OF QUALITY MMMIHMI hve V JAMES W. SMITH LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. 1 r The Central Record, Lancaster", Ky. Thursday, Jan 6, 92 1 I Z BY ORDER OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS AND ENDORSED BY THE GROWERS AND PLANTERS OF THIS COMMUNITY, ALL SALES HAVE BEEN POSTPONED UNTIL TUESDAY, JANUAEY llt'h, 1921 . THIS IS DONE IN ORDER TO SEE IF SATISFACTORY PRICES CAN BE ADJUSTED, THEREBY GIVING TO THE GROWERS AND PLANTERS A BETTER PRICE FOR THEIR TOBACCO. WE INSIST THAT THE POORER GRADES BE LEFT AT HOME AS THERE WILL BE NO SALE FOR THESE GRADES, AS THE MARKET LAST TUESDAY INDICATED. Garrard CAMPBELL Tobacco acre 71.76 S1.06 w arehouse LANCASTER, Co KY STREET. Incorporated. i - biffs FOR Sale l'ptii. Warren. A John It., T.W V A. SO fi.M Fraacia m ntttm .. IrW. Mra. I .ey, IS aenw. 2.1 1) nuMDier, Taw, 21 Dunn. Sandy, (km) 1 acr, ncrw... Howani ami Satun'a Kanbry. Henry, t 8.11 l'aynter. llemtoroaai, acrtM. . ncrm. witk Mr. and Mra. Tarn Nay lor. IUmiKchi, Howe, Vt acre .. 7.78 28.00 18.18 foynlar, Otear, a JrlfervHi, CrotHMMt, S ar Maeci are .. 4.8(1 Mfea Wednoaday Walton a return.,: j K nraiil. Hwaaw. aftor pleaaant Iii acf. .. 1.0S I'atotwr. Hub SO anM 7.41 ! 8.08 Jalf. 1 H ar dth ehr idater, Mr. Kdd Dailc. ' I'ullta. Mra. Clyda. IH aerct n.ii M.l!,r. Alex Ittl Mr iai.76 Rtotoinim MMtord, l'itf acnw, 2S.0C of llurkeyc. r .84 KMnaa, S. Mullin. N'eUtw, 1H ar .. Mr. and Mrt, Jaawa Clark, .'t J.. A iteraa, K SUr.ff .f Heaily, Y.A., umt aer VM! ft. ft I. Southtra, J alia T.. 14 acrva l.M Maadia Clark and Waaler J. T. IU on ui .Hrr.ir l Sirr. fid. mh! akHtir, t o.tt aaoat the day Batarday with Mr. r i 8rder. A. K.. t Mra I.TS H'.ewart. A. W.. (NR.) 1 aar 4th . Ilai Mra. T. I. Naytor. MOM'U J M UY 1.M era. offer Smilh. Ben. Tbtf brliie and eraoaa, Mr. ani . tt.in17JM . uni 1'ourl Da, Tern S.4S Tankaratoy. Faaaia, Mr-- . Jaaper taaitb war t tab plcan'. U mum. f'uurt liouoe dour, al St. wart. Law, i t ktrat. i.7t FriJaj ef kit aiatrr. Mr. n ,r k mucky. Um faUowia Sot ton. Ob ia.it White. Tartkatatoy, Mn-- . tftHM) M Ccnaia. 10.04 ewty I Mr acriw turn far . td.it .n Mr. and Mr. Win. 3iopi.. Mr ti uisMl Wfcita. It acrk.. is.n Tudor. Karris, S mm a.lt and Mra, L. U Matkaara, Mr. unl .unt and Scb I Tun, far WitlMMa A llMtfcw, M ftt.at H. 8., IS aaraa, . M.M Mr. Croaiay atordwick r Said MM I ware the TttrtMr, H. 1.. ajcpas I OCX. Sfcaad r Nav 3 tWhlte.) -- tt.14 pleaaant gaaata taaday ai" Mn. .1. 14 of Umw aaytag baf tt.tr 8. Slaxeao. 14J0 UndarwoaaW.ftova. 81 am AadMWH. CUyt. S VuiMak, N. ataa. .r will b atrtekaa fraaa ta Anitimm. I. A.. W l Mrs. Bua Haatphrey who ha- K Wilder. Bart. 70 acraa. WALK Kit. MmtW 6.85 for ometima pan id away ..: h,! Bkkar. X. B. (X. ft.,) &, 111 acta. .) r.i t'ooaty. . lt.T? bam taaday. BaaM bar huu.r. 1K.TI Wiider. J. WBxm. i. S.. S acraa , .ir.tt N. Om (w4Mf.) t.tt aad children ehe learoa a hott f aerea. kai. vim Baker. W. T.. acraa... r frtoaaa aad raiatieaa t mourn lf,U Wttson Robi.. IUM . L , 1 mi,. . I a.4? b. r.. J.. M. S.. Uvula.. 40 M Davi;, NatMM. M Mo. 4 CCalaaati . 53 Akto, Win. tot... It-l-i IHeiurrana. Mrs. Mary. I ,tii. i.. E. '.. La Mr. aad Mrs. Jantaa Footer enter a. la It acraa. 4 :.i Baaxiay, Goo., 4 acraa I Haaaa. fnaak. Min.. Y. I. aad J. at. MS taiaed taa faltowtajs; gajaat Sunda Leaaajr, K., 4 aaraa lt.74 Boat, Jabs, ftft acraa Mr. and Mra. J. D. Ray, Mr. en i Ma.r t4K 1I.A2 Braaddaa. Tarn. 2H acraa I.or, Ott. ma acre Jcatic Ray. Mr. tad Mr. M:r Mrn. VY. I... . 13 MWt . ' aaraa SaV It. 44 Bitraaddi. Clay, oaa ara .. t.Tl liayburn an J daajratar ac-- Mr. Malar. arm... . U.rr.. t.TS Caankn. Martha, on act T.M MmaM. iokn. t seraa 'ark. Mar. 3 MM n. I on t.tt Mra. OIli yr.-,t.13.14 .fay Meleia, 20 arraa. Karl. 5 MM. S.07 Com. ttap. an acra Mr. and Mra. W. M. BUcL I4.4W GitUanie, Addle, oaa acra . . hv., ,r. I.uke, Laad T.M Motoric; , Otia It acre anurtaiaad the folioM.rK 1S.M Maaaa. M. P.. at I'un. r lohn. Law tot, rt.it Jonea, MUIm. Ana Itt acraa, .t7 aaoat taaday: Mr. aad Mn. 1v. U.IS Nay tar, Harkart, ata t.40 Karaaaagk. WIS. aaaat, J. Lawa tot 14.t lttard. Mr. aad Mra. C. R. N.jf. r Oakamt. B., IB t.t& Kaaaady. Aatarlea (No. One CUrctl.) aar aad daacktar aad taa. Mr. Nanu . !0.W Kennedy. Kd.,' I acre S.aO Ray, Mr. Sanmte Kay aad M t.Tt rntliar. J. M.. 3t am. Mart. one mm Laavall. rtroaddaa, 4 aara,. Ray. .ft 7,ti Prawttt. J. A.. MU Adam. Jxk aad wtf. tot, ll.M Ijoarall. J one. aaru 4.0 8.80 Kay, Mlka, f aaraa, Andrew. Atos, tot Adami Smith Mitchell. Rbt., 3 5.00 .tT Maffaea, Cartla, 44 aeru Ulaad. Wat., tot. Tko marrtoao ef Mia Rcatr.rt Craaitoy. acraa Noatlaad, Joka. aeras .0 . A. 11 lUaa. ttardatt. Ilrtajat. 1 AdMHte to Mr. Jaaaar Switb can't--- 1H.M I'atoiar. Will, t aaraa. ll.M 0.18 rtumaida. Joaa K.. tot a urprto to tboir many friem: 11. IX 7.10 SataMtato, l'araa, llta atraa XS.00 ItHirmwall, llaary thk aoraa Duna. Noreiaa, tot. Thoy ut-runlttHl to b4y bonda f Vi aero 11.10 Rallto, W4a, aad OamptMaM, It 11.011 liajaaaM, PnulkRttr. Wm.. 4 aero. matrimony Saaday, Dae. lth. at the Saydar. Floyd, U aara. aaraa 1.16 OraHt, MaMie. lai, ekurcn by Itav. l'aL Tb bride i 1H4.M 7.H0 Towts TImm. 10 araa llcrrinir, Anale, i 18 years'of ac ami th ualy cW.h- S.H& Taylor. Oaeor aad Altofi, 7tk Hyatt Kdle. lot JUDSON. tar ef Mr. and Mra. Andy A.tm.u acroa 0l.0 9.00 Jnnnn, Jaipur, 1 V aero . aad never lookod prattler than iti Toutor, Henry, 10ft acrM, . SI. 70 10.70 (Dohiyud) Kavnnaugh, 6H acre hor wodtllntc day, (raaud in a autt 3 .3(1 8.77 Walkur, .Mr. Siillio. 4 ncrc Leave, Andrew, 3 Hnx, . Mr. Jamo F"tor b ifulte 111 at of blue The Kroaat la 30 year of No. 3 Colored. 10.0 30 acre Lcavcl. Tow. (hr.) ni;e, the mn of Mr. Smith Kvnnedy, Vm. (lira) 7 ncrw 7.72 this writing. Hllon, Leave), Cepku, ami Hoynokli. John, N. It. 20 aero 21.45 Mra. Tain N'aylor anil fntkor tpoat He U a praffraaaive farmer of tl. tut (leu. II., une nere 7.20 Saturday with Mwrs. W. M. aad oommunity and U to bo concrrftut;i 14.80 l.mvU, Lewi. Steve, 0 nrnw 0.1 an vvinnini; ch a lovable x r' Warren, John, 'A 0.30 Terry Lontr. acrea, .1.18 Mrrrett, V. 11., (lira.) lot.. aa a life coaiuaaiaa. Their mant No. 4 (while) Mr. anil Mra. James TImiiw 0,'JO fttnt friend wioh ewry day Miifdlrtoti. Sum, lot to m u Saturday with hur paronta, Mr. and 23.05 .Mitchell, Jerry, 10 acre. .. 34.16 Alma, A. C, 227 acre, happy a on tkvir woddiac day. BJ)5 linker, I'rraton, 11 acre 0.00 Mr. Sim Clark. Ncwland, Sarah, (hr) lot, 10.65 llaker, C. H., fi3 acre 51.2rt Mr. anil Mrs. Hugh Simpen wore Perkins. K.I., lot FLAT WOODS J Kothwcll, Henry. I acre, .. 13. 1 & llarneit, I.Iki', one acre 4.33 the KUot Sunday of Mr and Mr. f! (Delayed) S.1G Horry, John. It. It. 10 acre lot .. 3.07 Robert Simpion. Salter, Muttit', (lira) , 47.00 llrock, Ini, 12 am-5,18 Hall, Earnest, S3 acrva !r. Mum Haaiatana was ia Lan.'l Mr and .Mr a. W. M. lllack were, 10.70 Kuetts Friday niKht of Mr. Nannie caster Saturday nicht. Cheatham, Mn. Tine, lot, .. 12.00 Campbell J. I1., 25 acre 10.30 Campbell Mr. J. I'.. 5 acre 3.77 ltay and family. Crank, Orwin,7 acre Mr. Kruett Khodus ipvnt Sntur-- I l(l.&5 Church Albert, 31 acre, 11.50 Graham, II., 3U ncm ;; Mr. and Mrs. Klbert I'rMtoti en. day nlht with .Mr. Ira Hell. HmLon, II. O., 75 acro, .. 57.30 Church, Klira, 33 acre. .. 54.10 tcrtianed n few of their friend at Mi.t Ada llaaimon of Dayton, O.,, 7.20 luKhvi, C S., nrul wifv, 18 KitridK?, Mr. Jane, 13 acre I dinner Saturday, tpendint; tho holiilaya with home 33.UU llalromb, John, 10 acre, .. 0.51 acre Mrs. !.awrencc l'ollurd and aon. folk. 1 1.78 lildluton, Andy, Helton, Jnmca C, 60 acre 10.10 arrci were week-encuet of Mr. and Mr. Luther McMurry and dauj;h.t 'JO Arthur, Helton, KHsha, 35 acre ontKomcry, 10.75 Mr, lien l'ollar.l. tar, Hnttle were in Lancaster 24.44 Hotter, John, one ncro 8.08 nc,r,rf Mrs. Jame Hicks and family! I'1" Monday. It., 82 llolman, J. P., 15 acre, 0.80 ntKomery Tom ....... U'...l......l... ...1,1. ,111V, UUIIIII ' .1- - ,I, I Tl... ...) l I..I... I.. ' j 11 Villi. 1,1.11 IIUIII'VU1I, Ul UVtUIIIUUI, 140.00 llolman, Sam 10 acre 5.00 acrcf, ,U; lOhio. la the Uk'e't of hi sitter, Mr.' Yatcr and family. tun, John, (lira) 2 acre..5.C2 Hubbard, W. V. 128 acre, 20.30 lor, Allen I)., 744 acrca 113.00 Hunt ami Owcni, 63 acri'n Mr and Mr. Felix Lane and Mr. James M. inn 0.00 Irvine, K. J. 22 acre 0.05 Stanley tt, A. D. ami huibaml, 125 Mine Mar- - and Allie Mao Belli Foter were In Danville 128.00 Irvine, KM, 7 ncro re 6.00 ahopplnR Wednesday, entertained nulto a number of thclrjai . Dmhti. Cuir. lam. No. 2 MeKinly, mh ("anel, 14 aerno, neri,. . cloril. ar, 18.0T, hear. Joe, SA acrea ... Tin. IS acre. Letcher. Dr. .V. It. 1M rm Millar, (tea., t acraa. .io .MorxM, John. C, K aeran Ik MeGuiae, W. T.. M) aertw.. 1 DELINQUENT 1 7.4B Mr. ami Mr. Jatm ltlaek and son. friend Saturday niRht. .Mr. O. L llammark, Mtoaen Jvs- Hammack and ' Mr. ami 10.40 J. II. afHint Saturday wit Me nl Mr. I.c.he David, of Indianapoli. b.iJt Mra. Anetin Black. Ind.. wa the jmet Sunday after- - Mr. Joe Howman pcnt Sunday with n ' Mrs- - John Anderson. l.M See u for 43 pee enl protein cot-te- noon ,.f Mi-!Iie Mae Hell A 1.01 Mod mnI, Cheaprit ami Oett 7.80 for cattle. HuJtsn and Parnau 3.0C Mr. and Mr. Robert !. r T .u 18.40 mm apoat Jnic 1 Taxes -, -t ty A Better School With Your Help Teaching methods have greatly during the past few years. And our school, your school, always strives to achieve the best. We can get a tonco the additional equipment now needed wi til just n little boost from you through im-proved lrt dltaat, . i ic ... or tt -- ar tt ti.it r... us uv-il- :!,, tt u it .... t utu J - ISeCO NT RY GEW. N A Sa J tut By a recent arrangement our school will receive a liberal commission on your Country Gentleman order. The drive for a School Fund is notv on. briitaa you a full year of an unexcelled farm Service. In 52 twidast of prac-- t iaal liclpftthteM it cover thoreuaaly every inter of tbc farm Imttnea and the farm home. It Country (obxription for TlIK Obmtle-MA.N your livestock, crop, tioutt ry. fruit . for m owl home manaacmrnt with every vital farm problem. The fiction alone would cot later at $10.00 in Ixick fottn, field t I S .... ttt .. .. Y.r-HoU- t t ars ct ctatsthepubaherS20(V 000 a year to give you the kind of Service that will bcit help you with 1 ii teti than two pennies owek. And remember jour scioo profit ml So juH ay "Yes" to the toy or girl who call, or tend your name and lut ytttheen(ir.cottoyou Only Dollar for 52 Big Issues nra LANCASTER GRADED SCHOOL Paul Authorised RrpmenUUr Ho.. I. hup -- of THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN 2.0 en CITIZENS CAPITOL 550,000.00 NATIONAL KENTUCKY. BANK. OF LANCASTER .. Corner Public Square and Danvillo Street, I .... .. SURPLUS $60,000.00 WE STRIVE TO SERVE. 1 li G. Davidson, Cnahier. W. O. Rigncy, Asst Cashier W. F. Miller, J. Louis Gill, Teller. Mr. N. H. Hamilton, Asst Teller and Book-keepe- r. Bcok-kecjie- r. t d .... .. .... hol IMUKCTOUS H. r. Hudi n, ! S. U. Oibb. I. J. J. Walker, W. I'. Champ, U Walker, .Shirley Hudson, J, W. Sweeney ' ON ROLL OF HONOR ....... wniiv DEPOSIT HEUE AND SAVE YOUK MONEY. trrt r.y ofil tt ayt .... J. -- AJJ . . 2. -- i,. I' i ' i". I KcorU, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, Jnn 6, 92 I I Why man we made this cigarette for you! i REPORT r i ' Itontrlghl, Rentright, Itcntright, Ilootrlght, TION OF lloatright, llontrlght, llontrlght. llontrlght, Having been appointed by the Gnrranl County, Kentucky. Pijcal Court to compile n Financial Statement for the fiscal year ending Aprl! 1. Iloatright, llontrlght, 1020, the following Report i respectfully submittal. Ilmttrlght, OF THE FINANCIAL CONDI- llBiitrliflit, Arch, Areh, llontrlght. Arch, ......... John. ......... J. II J. II GARRARDODUNTY, KY. J. II John Jelui, Areh J. II., J. II coNriNunn Firm lst wkkk. John, B..airght, J. fl IlsatrigM. J. II B.f. rigfct, Utatria?lit, ..... 13.78 8,75 14.25 18.00 3.00 18.00 18.00 18.00 14.00 8.50 21.00 18.00 7.00 1.1.60 Jan, Art. Arajk II 16.50 18.00 RfiCAPUl.ATION. r ml af a ftinn In Oanerel Pund far Plcsil ymr eanttng Mbrch ...........$40,1 1 1.30 31 law . .$4i,nr.0.fi rnfntl t af saaw rWM R.atrMrt. 3.00 18.00 16.00 13.24 17.00 aWriftfrl. J. IftasaM, Jaa, ttawN, Jse Itomn, J(W, Raton, Jea, Damn, Jaa, .! Wr7Terf .11. 1 21.00 r hatanea M Kara 1M0, In Qtwiwrt IW -- Id.lOO.Sa' - Wats usl?E ROAO FUND. io ., ui jura is rf iix r they were made to meet your taste! Unique flavor, fragrance and mellow-m- borrow ad money by ShorliT nn4 poM oh To Amount reeel TOTAL CLAIMS AMOUNT OP ROAD OP PUN I), FUND M. HalaiMW i Trwir. M Amount readvsd ay Traasurer fraan all asufaaa. -- -. IweliWWK "il3Si! ,'7, A - tm4 rmm .. 'M. lfi- Baiaa. Joe, ItMrlein. Cam, 111.00 tlraadais MasMaHH Co . Hran4ti MaiklaafT Ca., ..I 487. 18 Mwte. ......... 100.00 10.00 66 (1.00 1 HantrtKsrt, Mr. An. V Jtm, 7.00 m.2o 12,00 30,00 2.00 30,00 GH,rt0.flO BY your CAMELS completelycigarette you'll agree fit PAID OUT ROAD TIIU TREASURER MltcheJ GARRARD AWI. Wm.. Wm.. .Abel Wm.. Abi'l. Adams. Adams, COUNTY, J KENTUCKY. Some foreign governments I.otijt prj-are are jrotnK out of ilnte. Too ..iaii,' jitple fnil to wnkc worried over the nnval construction up properly at their doe. program of the L'niteil States. They shouldn't be. If they let u Conftucmtiumi cot this country n.o million dollars n Jay. Thnt, alone we'll let them alone, but if tVougli, mther a hit; won! for to they step on our toes wc arc apt to f.nll a cost. mildly protest. .S I Mrftm for rn Am trinity ftommmnd or carton, Vyj t without tiring your taste. They leave no unpleasant cigaretty aftertaste; no unpleasant cigaretty odorl To get a line on why Camels win you so completely compare them with any cigarette in the world at any price. You'll pre- fer quality to coupons or premiums ! puff-for-pu- due to Camels quality and expert blend of choice Turkish and choice Domestic tobaccos are a revelation! You will prefer the Camel blend to either kind of tobacco smoked straight! With Camels you can go the limit ild-body AM. om Awbrwo Adaaw, Ambrose, ilam, AmWrose, Adam. OHie A.tamt, Ollle AiiaiM, Ollle ... . . 0.00 Anderson. 7.40 Anderson 20.40 Adnerson, n.oo Anderson, 18.00 Anderson, 18.00 Anderson, 1 1.70 Anderson. m.no Andetson, 11.00 Anderson, 1!M0 Anderson, lfl.ftO liobert, Kverett C. II W. II MitdwJ W. !!., C. C. W. II H !! ...... liobert 0.00 Broaddus, Broaddus, Wen, 8. K.89 Hruadrftts, 12.00 Hurdett. Harhort. I.00 Ilu ford. Ilawnni, JW.00 Ranrne. Bourne, 1S.00 Bourne, 1B.00 Bourne, OP Untune, J. Bourae, J, P.. BatirNe, J. P Hmirne, J. P J. P J. J. J. P., 30.00 V::::::: ... . . 30.00 21.00 18.00 16.00 0.00 10.20 10.10 12.00 ti.no Anderson. Mitehel, AmliTMtn. IlotmtU Adam, Aitams, Adams, OJMe OIHe Adam. tJllbert Adams, , Adam, JnM Ollle, Adam. OIH. Ollle Ollle A A Ollle. Adams. Adams, lams, dams, -- am. Ollt ()! Adam. A OJJic OfM. ff Prank iaris. 'an . Proak Adan.'. Prank A un. eimf R. J. RKYNOLDS TODACCO CO., Wlntton.S!m. N.C A i!ai;.s. OHU Ollia a.r.i. Prank 'w. 16.00 Itaerlin, Chas.. 1S.00 Itaerlein. Chas.. 1S.00 Baker Wm., . 14. A0 Hanks, Sterling, th.OO lfi.00 Anderson. a.oo Anitrssin. C. II., 1.00 Anderson. W. II 7.00 Anderson, C. P.. u. nr. Anderwn.It. W. !! M CM) Arnold, 12.50 Arnold. It. M., 10.00 Ratrlein. Chas. 11.26 Haeriein, Chas Itaerlein, Chas llaerlein.Chas 18.00 llaerltun. Cbos 12.00 IltterMn. Cmis., .00 Il.isrlein. Cims., 12-012-U- Rurnside. TWaartt, Burton. John. 0.00 Barton, John. la"'' Burton, John 26.10 Ilu ford. Heuard 16 00 Bufoni, Allen, Xl.OO' 24.80 IturUm. Juan, 17.70 Bufenl. I.0 lft.4i 18.00 0.00 11.00 fl.(K S.0. Bufoni, Bufnl. y.oo 10.50 1.66 12,00 4.60 Allen He want, .... .. ,. .tOS.flO 873.70' Brown, Alton, Brown, Allen, Ilerd. 0,6i 18.0i Brown. mm AT 10 O'CLOCK. Farmina Implement: ness. m 1 dama, Olli Adams, GtHturt. e. however, shall not break n Adams, Ambrase Year resolution, We do Adams, OUlMrt, Adams, Ambrasn, iske'eni. Adams. Harrison, Japanese statesmen are said to A.:am. OHie. Adam. Gilbert, . icw the I'nited States with aktrm. Alnma, Ambrose, In that ease we suggest that they Adams, Ilufus, continue to view us from a distance. Adams, ItuftM, dams, Harris ilams Karl Wm.. V.'h' i'.air.s, Karl, -.v . , !sm, out. 1.I0 15. IS.i M Ift.on 1.00 li.OO 1S.00 tt.oo . . 16.00 i. l.00 tfi.OO lft.00 3.00 V Karl 'ams. Wm !ann, OHie, lams, John :ir, !ams, 'arrs, Hnrrtam, ..... 16.00 18.00 12.00 I3.&0 J.OO X.GO Realley Andraw, It nicy Cray, . Restley, Aadrw, Kaaaley, Andrew, Hoasley, An4itw, llensley. ( lay. ReaaJey A ad raw, llenatcy, Arthur. ltentley, Amlrvw. Itoaaley. An4raw, Itenaley. Andrew, llmaiey, A ad raw, Iteasley, Andrew, Raatle) . Andrew, . ..I .. ..... . . Raasl:'. Aadrw, Raly, Anartm, ilaslcy, A ad raw. Bealey. Andrew Kcazley, Arams, John. V .ir.s, Karl lams, Ambrose, Adams, Gilbert Adams, Ollle. Adams, Ollle an.s. Ollle. I, John. . .. 16.00 Ueazley, Clay 10.50 Itvailey, Aridrow, 12.00 Itenilry, Andrew, li.OO llaazley, Clay 15.00 ileasley. Cluy 16.00 lieauey, Andrew liaaaley. 12.00 lleailey. Aadraw 0.80 Ilenztey, Clay 12.00 llensley, Andrew Aadraw Ar.diww. ... ........ ........ 12.00' 2.10 . , 1 I Saturday, January On the farm of Mra. Parker Anderson on the Mentis pike, following property to wit: ! I Amin, J. Anon, J. Anderson, j Anderson, ni(crson, B ! Anderson, I I non. J. J. 'Anton, J. Anion. Tom, n, Tom. . Vmcr'.can Metallic Conipnn n.on. J. A.. Anion. J. A Anion, J. A., " " 'tn, Tom. en. Tom. 25 I .. .l.. ., Andrew, 10.00 Iless, I.eo, fi.BU is". ii..i,,. Andrew, Andrew, .. .. 7.80 10.30 3.50 Packiax Ho, tii. liis. I.eo. 200.00 4.30 C0.50 4.78 16.9 0 A A A., 20.00 j A., A Wm. Henry, C. P Hobart. Alex. ... 307.C6' '"""'lllr. 10.60 Ilrndus, Itradiey, HUhop. KinnainJ Ituhop. Klnnnird, Ilishop, Kinnainl. Hiahoit. K.nnaini Bishop, Klnnnird Iltsbon. Klnnaird lUaaap, Kinnainl, ltinhop. Kinnainl Ulr. Uo Wlllla. Willie . .M., ........ ........ ......... ... .. ' Wm. Anderson. Alex, Anderson. Wm. Vn.'crson. Miuerson. II., II . . . 3U.00, Illyta. W. 7.60' ltly, t.co. miles from Paint Lick, the I Anderson. Alex. . Anderson, W. II., Anderson, Anderson. Anderson, Anderson, Anderson, Anderson, Anderson, . Hobart, Alex, . . Wm. II., Hobart, notion, 16.00 Illy, I.eo 1CS0 Illy. l.eo, .00 Iloatright, Arcfc, 0.00 Buatright, J. II., 18.00 Iloatright, Areh, 3.00 Iloatright, 8.50 Iloatnght, 16.00 Iloatright. 15.00 Iloatright. C. P One pair of work mules, 5 and fi years old; one horse mule, 7 years old; one bay mare, Hobart, W. II., 12 yoam old, good worker and'Kehtle for women to drive; one brown marc, 10 years old. .kidersin. Alex, W. II., in foal U Jack; one weanling mule colt, one Jaway eow, 5 years old, fresh; one yearlintr Anderson, C. P., . Anderson, C. P lloroford Hull, two cows, one jrivinjr milk. I I I I .""fright, ' .. J. H.r---. J. II.. .. J. !!.. .. Arch, .. J. II . " 18.00 315.3)1 Boat right. ItoiilrlcrM H.. II .. 17.10, 7.80 . Anderson. W. II., 33.00 12.60 10.00 12.50 One two horse wagon; one new hay frame; one disk harrow, good as new; one ridiiiB cultivator; one corn planter, with check rower attachments; one new Anderson, Vuluan turning plow, No. 12; one McCormick binder; one hay rake; one double shovel; one Anderson, rubber-tir- e buggy and harness; one set of good wagon harness; one odd set of leather har Anderson, 'JJjj"; rdcron, W. W. W. W. II H II., II.. W. !!., W. II.. W. II., W, II.. W. II., W. II I'., W. II W. II C. II U 24.60 7.60 11.87 fl About 25 barrels of corn in crib; some sheaf onta. Household Coodi: One bed room suit, good as new; one folding one library table; 5 rocking chairs; one set family chairs; one domestic Pilgram cook" stove with tank, good as new. 100 young hens, most Leghorns and other things too numerous 4iiadu on day of sale. Wm. W. T. KING, Auctioneer. C OLSON. Anderson. Anderson, Anderson, Anderson, Anderson, Anderson, Anderson, Anderson, bed; one sideboard; Anderson, Anderson, carpet sweeper; one Anderson, Anderson, Anderson, Anderson, Anderson, to mention. Terms Anderson, Anderson, Anderson, Anderson, Anderson, Anderson, Anderson, Anderson, Anderson, Anderson, Anderson, Anderson, ......... II C. II., W. II W, I! W. II., C. II C, I! W. II W. H C. II W. II W. II C. II W. II W. II W. I! Mitehel C. I!., W. II., C, John. 16.00' Iloatright, Arch. J. 13.76,' Boutright. J. II. II.. ,37i Iloatright. , ,l. .JO.OU I ln,1,.l,, 11.25 18.00 Iloatright, J, II 30.00 Iloatright, John, 1.00 Iloatright, Arch. Iloatright, 30.00 Iloatnght, J. 11 J. II., 32.50 18.00 Iloatright. J. It 18.00 Iloatright, Arch 18.00 Iloatright, Arch 30.00 Iloatright, Arch, 30.00 llontrlght, Arch 14.40 Iloatright, Arch 17.70 Iloatright, Arch, 12.00 Iloatright, Arch, 18.00 Iloatright, J. II., 18.00 Iloatright, Arch, 0.00 Iloatright, John, 18.00 Iloatright, Arch, . 18.00 Iloatright, Arch, 18.00 Iloatright, John, 16.00 Iloatright, J. I!., 30.00 Iloatright, Arch 10,60 Uoatrlght, J. II., Arch, u'r,o i 15.25 Iloatright, John, r in iliuilrtght, Iloatright. Rontrighl, lloatntiht, Iloatright, Iloatright. Iloatright, Iloatright. Iloatright, Iloatright. Iloatright, -- .. Areh. .. J. H.. .. Areh, .. J. II.. .. J. II., .. Arch, .. Arch, J. II.. .. J. II., . J. H.. .. John, .. !!rK"t. .......... .......... .......... .......... ........ .......... .......... ..... .......... .......... ..... .......... N. 14.26 Collins, Jack. 7.80 Collins. Jack, 18.00 Collins. Jack. 18.00 Collins. Jack, Caitins, Jack, 0.00 Collins, Jack. 18.00 Collins. Jack. ..- 17.10 Collins. Jnek, 18.00 Call-ns- . Jack. rt.00 Collins. Jack, 4.50 Collins, Jaek, 12.00 Collins. Jaek, 18.00 Collins, Jack, 18.00 Collins, Jack. 18.00 Collins, Jack, 18.00 Colli ns. Jnek. 2.60 Collins, Jack, 2.50 Collins. Jaek, 1.50 Jnek, 4.80 Collins. CoPirw, 10.00 Collins, Jack. Jack, 7.50 Collins. Jaek. 12.26 Ctdlins.'Jncs, 18.26 Co)ln, Jnrk. 8.15 Collins. Jack 7.50 Collins, Jack, 0.50 Conn & Cann (Jarace. 12.60 Conn Conn, 18.00 Conn & Conn fi.80 Conn & Conn, 14.51 Conn X-- Conn. X. . 11.30 Conn fc Conn 5.10 Conn A Conn. 16.00 Conn AConn, 0.00 Cunn A- Conn, 12.00 Cpnn A-- Conn, ...10.50 Conn A Conn . 12.00 Conn Brathers, . 18.00 Coyle, J. W . 12.00 Cotton, T. ,V., 16.00 Croushorn. A. II., . 12.00 Crews, Wm . 12.00 Creech, Pred. 15.00 Curtis, Henry, Vesta Price . 18.00 Curtw, Ployd, . 12.00 Deshon, (Seorgc, 18.00 Ueshon, George. . 18.00 Deshon, George, . 12.00 Ueshon. George, . 18.00 Doshon, George, . 12.00 Deshon, George, . 12.00 Deshon, George, . 18.00 Deshon, George, . 10.07 Deshon, George, . 10.50 Deshon, George, . 17.50 Davis, 11. L., . 12.00 Davis. H . 23.00 Dennis, I.ish, 7.50 Dean, Chus., . 18.60 Deun, Harvey A., 10.60 Dennis, I.ish, . 15.00 Dennis, I.ish, 3.00 Dennis, Willie r. nn Dennis, Prank, . 18.00 Dennis, I.ish, 3,00 Dennis, Prnrlk, u.oo Dennis, Wm.. I'j.oo Dennis, Prank, cno Dennis, I.ish, 7.B0 Denton, Braxton, 7.50 Denton, Jess, 18.25 Denton, Jess, 12.00 Denton, Braxton, 5.00 Denton, Jess, 3.75 Denton, Braxton, 12.60 Denton, Braxton, 8.76 Denton, Jess, 4.50 Denton, Will, 14.00 Denton, Jess, 15.25 Denton, Braxton, 16.00 Denton, 16.00 Denton, Jess, 16.00 Denton, Will 11,75 Denton, Brack, (Continued next week. 14.00 18.00, Central Garage, ti.Ott Cheatham, Cnargn, 12.00 Chestnut. Hamer. 12.00, Clark, I last an 12.00 Clark. Hustoa. 12.00 Clark. Hustaa, 12.00 Clark. Hustaa. 40.S0 Clark, Huston '.0 (lark. Jamas, 18.09 Clark. James. 2.40 Clark. Jampt, 18.00 ( lark. Jamoa. 18.00 Clark. John 18.00 Clark. John 12.00 Clark. Joha, 16.00 Cbtrk. John, 4S.00 Clark. Jahn. . . 1.10 Clark. John, .. 18.00 Clark. John, 6.00 Ctark. Statrrrie. 8.7K Clark. Sam. ... 12.60 Clark. San, 6.03 Collins. Jack, 12.80 ( oiltns. Jack. 0.00 Collins. Jack. Cll.ns, Jaek, 1 li.OO Allen. 18.00 Casey. Waller ..... ... ... 1.60 7.50 1.60 12,00 11.76 0,00 12.00 tf.OO ....... . ...... ... 7.11 10.00 12.26 28.00 10.60 0.00 32.40 30.00 30.00 7.60 21.00 0.00 fito 30.00 13.60 . 0.00 'J.OO 0.00 12.00 .15.00 S9.P as.o. 23.6t 38.76 tf.OO 42.00 6.00 .10.011 .16.00 30.20 0.00 33.00 21.00 21.00 9.00 U.00 12.00 0.00 12.00 12.00 2G.20 2 1,00 22.40 8.10 30.00 0.00 ............ ............ 3.00 12.U0 11 4.30 73.04 107.42 00.00 70.38 55.46 103.70 107.57 73.81 151.07 - .. 01.23 428.82 500.00 8.35 30.00 .10.00 4.20 12.00 ........ ....... ....... 22.50 72.00 00.00 30.00 48.00 44.40 101.40 .......... 08.10 .......... 33.60 .......... .12.00 ........... 04. 3.00 4.50 5.25 ............ 73.20 ......... ........ 70.50 6.00 ...... 10.20 ........ HO ..... ............ 7.50 .......... ......... ........ 14.70 15.00 13.50 0.30 4.50 10.50 15.00 18.00 18.00 17.70 17.70 .. ............ ......... ............ ........ ........ ............ ... ............ ........ Braxton,........ ............ y.oo ,0.00 0.00 18.00 15.00 11.3 tun Us" 1M 11.3 .5 16, ............ The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday. Jan 6, I 92 I Iihm Tm ft.Kl i UK, llrhnt folfd lli.nl'. Sl litilmnu I... i.tir tf ku4ii4t ml tao'l lM M M Mmnlf Trr It at ml ii.k TODAY, Sit f I. 'M.latMtltstin Mt tMaflunl't.3.. I ; You Want to Know How Tobacco Sells READ THE RICHMOND DAILY REGISTER ; n rr Ml lata1 Gfn., r I STORMES DRUG STORE. You "Want to Keep Posted -- n Farm Sales in 1921 READ THE RICHMOND DAILY REGISTER M. S. HATFIELD DENTIST Offlea Phon-- HERE'S A BIG OFFER Garrard Bank. Residence 376. KENTUCKY. s LANCASTER. or Tha Office 5, in Madison and adjoining counties may be ablter is making an upparallelod offer to up with the tobacco, stock and land sales in 1921, The Richmond Daily Regise to take a daily newspaper and keep send new subscribers in Kentucky the paper by mail daily except Sunday In order that every family J.J. -- Byrne Exclusive. Optometrist DANVILLE, J KENTUCKY. Opposite Gilcher Hotel. Office Hour A la 12 and I to 5 p.m. J. A. Beazlev MINERAL DIRECTOR OHId Over National Hank. Hrslderice I'honr 3. Olllce Phone 27 I.ANCASTKH. KY. ONE YEAR FOR ONLY $2.50 and one year for $3.00 if you arc already a subscriber on its list and wish to renew for a year. Subscribers out of Kentucky will remain at $4.00 a year on account of high postage rates. Send in your subscription quick. This great offer will only be good until January 31, 1921. After that the usual rates will prevail. Paper has decreased in price a trifle, and The Daily Register has been fortunate in securing a carload at the lowest possible figure. It is willing to p;iss the benefit on to its subscribers as long as it lasts. TELL YOUR FRIENDS $2.50 a year for new subscripof this liberal offer. You can't buy a daily newspaper as cheaply anywhere,-onl- y No subscription taken for a shorter period than a year at these rates. in Kentucky. tions H. l. PATRICK. OntiMt. PiU.L Lick. WHAT YOU GET In addition to carrying full reports from all the important tobacco warehouses and markets, the Daily Register has the Associated Press wire and mail reports, Cincinnati and Louisville live stock markets correspondents all over this ami adjoining counties and reports of farm and land sales from practically every county in this part of Kentucky. Kentimk. Or. Printus Cll. Ans-rr, Walker Day ItT VETERINARIAN. d IT IS KENTUCKY'S LIVEST COUNTRY DAILY. ALL SUBSCRIPTIONS ARE STRICTLY CASH IN ADVANCE. The paper is stopped when time for which it has been paid, expires. No deadheads are carried. Send your money now and watch the way tobacco sells in the burley districts and how farm values are going. $2.50 A YEAR FOR NEW All by prepaid at once to mail-rat- es Promptly 1'hi.i.r SUBSCRIBERS $3.00 A YEAR FOR RENEWALS Send check, money order or cash, in the city of Richmond by carrier are a trifle higher. Honaker Fine Cut Flowers. THE, RICHMOND DAILY REGISTER, Richmond. Ky. aoiioii llHP.sU.IJ iuiifj 'iMlim.w.. John M. MnRoberts. N. L. PREWITT 3ilj)ut ;u l'ui.110011 duOD m o ldUUIMX uuuio.w Auctioneer SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. ajnb)y iqH 3UtVtt .'u.uiivsi.Mpv What a Pun. A witty man uod to keep a nutmeg, fmter on hl lulilr In order to ho ahl P0 lo say when a ereat man was creuter." tioned. Thole' Think twice before jou sak. thea talk to yourself. Arkausnw- Tliotnsi Cat. Draw the Lint There. Although womiip ts a natural bar gain hunter, she does not enre to mar ry a mon In reduced circumstances. Cartooons Magatlne. Chief Ailment. A lsrgn proportion of our trouble Is caused by too much bono tn thej head and not enough In thu hack. Columbus (S, C) Record. Th Dsst ftule. men- INSTANTLY You'll have to come a jumpin if you want this Lancaster. Ky . R. F. I). No. 3 The Roses. Tho ten roo was formerly known, as tho China rose, became of It. Hcullnr frngrnnce, sold and fishermen especially take The Great Critic to ruiemhle I ha I of n newly opened notice. -Ics. Tho Victorian pvt who snld that ten chest. It originated In China, R. L. Elkin. "good Mr. Cora Phillip. Tlio wnll of cine often become Sir Ahruhtini Uumo receiving from critic nro rarer thn Rood auMr. Emma Daniel, thors" was right. To feel deoply and cooled to such a point In winter or that country. In IHI. the first of this It. 1. Arnold. yet to think profoundly, to know much durltiR tho front night of spring nd variety sent to Kurope, u specimen and jet to write- well U I no easy fall that tho Hrrotatlng wnter freoio. with double (link Unwept. Mr. Sarah J. I. llackley, The lntln Ico euvo In the name for tnllrcHK! that the crest critic has to Tho nimt Mr. Emma lllgginbothatn, the ten rose Is rowi Indlca K. Splrienrn. world l that of Dohchau In Hungary, odoratn. Climb. J. Edd and N. 11. Price. situated In tho Carpathians, at an . 8. C. II of annul '.'.TCP feet. Pike's Peak Conquered. 0. M. Andcnon. Vllna's History. Dr. Frank J nine astoJuly 13. R. L. Darker Villi, the pleasant little city on the TrlbuU to the Clsmatl. II. I Kclley. nish! tho world by climbing to tho top No clematis Is like another clematis. VIII) a, has nu Interesting history. It of IMko's Hnk, 11.109 feel above the It climbs differently: tho setting I C. Hltiby. J. was heru Hint long yearn ago. the sen. In April. Illllt, n covemmrnt (liferent: Mrs. Victoria Anderson, with different I Toles kept the sacred flro of paganism It con'ort wnr liink ntteinpteil to cllmli tlu tnk. flower In different surrounding: Bn burning on the "iistle hill night snd Thompson and Tracy A MiK'ktsI liy snoudrlftH. but " as ll put forth It tender leave. th day. The city tut lived through some V. T. Klntr month Inter caterpillar trnctor tr.iido dellcnto leaf stalk fighting grip hero, there, strenuous age Teutonic Thotinnds of tourist and Instantly curl round tho support. knight. Tartars and other tnedleuil thu nretit. r hy now nvviiil tho Hak every successfully. Cllinhliig plant are versatile, nlway Ilotshevlks'-u- ol iiluny . mi foot ii ml hy r nil. unoxtx-ctednml refined; generous to With one e'o on culture, even In tho tho with whom they live, not proud, most gory ihijs. Vllna still keep the Chines Like the Phonograph. and a very real Joy to nil travelers. volume- - some Sisi.tsm of her fuiuou N..I Tho phniioi:rupli has fouml cnsit Christian Science Monitor i SUHir'MW ' Mwleot-l- te favor In China. Clrlnese buyer like chuapiu'ift. and they do twit iiilml the Msrya New Pocketbook. Anelcnt Surgery. scrttlchlui: mi lone ns tho umchlno l That the uso of splints In Iho treat Mnr) had n i ew kellimik with a lUrcl'iTvii louil eiioilKh. Tho recoril inuklnc Is merit of fractures was known to the coin In It, Shv proutlly showed It tn n 7A ' Jit tit. most oxpfimlto. tho most fuiiuius (.'hi rude practitioner prehistoric friend of the fKiully. and is uiiiii who of HfM huiiil nml inaiir hflni: enimncl. America Is revealed by examination adore all chlhhoii. parllculnrly udor ChlnoM- - do not nni for foroisn The of tt-- skeleton of n young woman re- able Slurs. When .Mary wns not lookostvpt fot tnuulilne tumi.'t mid cently exhumcM In tho I'ueblo ruins ing he put three new coins In Iho louill) elitkhttii. Iiitrumeutul seteellotii), at Aztec, N. M., Popular Me- pockethook Willi the orlghml one and Iritm. with the hucle chanics Magnzliio. The left forearm, hon Mart found it ht wis so sur badly broken In two place, wn prised Hint she iiiiihiI up ami ilnvn Car of a Sick Child. by sis carefully mndo splints and sli'iuicit. "Mm her moiher. my That Iho mind iilTeciK tho hmly Is of wood, with evidence that there had join's hiiieheil for tin Treatment v ' Tuberculosis Cetiernlly udinltled. Thai tho body been eight or nine. nlso ii fleet thu mind Is oipjiilly true, Maintained br the Loultvtllo Olg Result From Small ld4. In tho AntLTubciculosls AiUKUtlon (or and I particularly A boy of seventeen attended u "splr Measuring Fixed $tars. li the adequate treatment of enso of a sick child which, of course. For many years It wns thought lm koonco. and found that the lit all Its sU'-c- i at lai lizu mnkes no elTort to ctimvnl It feollnes. nosxlhlo to measure the fixed star. ts'jle itnod uxm two bras rail tut. Itatci S15.C0 per week, l.v A child' statu of mind. lliiTefore. W TIe ablest astronomer, with the best across tho stage, lie suspected eluding board, medical attention, Ac-- , a Eixxl liiillcatlon of Its heulth. glasses, tried and fulled. When thu vliictrlrlty. Taking n piece of lusiilat hungry, etc. Ili."h Rtound comcurding to Dr. A. Utvlnion of final triumph came It wns not soma sil wire, tho ends of which wero open, manding extensile. I?w. DiUghl n Child' lllnvss may bo illsn. II cry orh that uttnicti-tho most nt ho laid It across Iho two hrnss rail, ful surroundings. Special files for noicd tn a certain exteut by Its mententlou to Itself whoe distance from und the "spirit" cwiseil to rap. Year H riolJl.i In. u.ia.sl II Umuifi -. I poMlfcl. tal symptoms and It raiiuol bu proper ,Iho sun was found, hut an lnlgnlfl. ifteruanl, this eurly eiperlinciit lu h CwrtifN ly cared for uxcvpt by ono who iM'nl lM.t f r,.l Urn tm 'f. cunt sixth magultuila star not far from enme to his mind, and iuthm S, A. I.mmmm. tho psychology of a sick Deneh, which had only Its number, bo Inrrntcd the uulomutlc system of child. Denver Time. 01 Cygnl, for a iiutue signaling. Ano-l'lo- Land f Stcrct Societies. China I the land of secret enclctle, The undersigned hcreoy give warn. Tltoy ure numhered hy the scon, and by million. Many ol VlC to all enon nut to trespass upon their members strange mimes, such as ur land: for any purpose whatever them have Miles," "The Red Door" "Tho Whits " li wo will prosecute all olTenden to and "Tho Incen-.Iho fullest extent of the law. Hunt, POSTED m Edible LobiUr the Favorite. "It ts the cdlt.le variety of lobster," remarked the Observer of Events and Thing "which ran open their mouths without putting their foot In It." Times Cniing. Scientists an- - to trnrch Asia for jroldcn mimkey with blue nooes. Time was when such creature were seen In n this country by men with red noses.-Itmto- 33 J. ACRE FARM VV. Transcript Five miles from rich laud, house nnd 30 ncres in jjrass. orclninl. Only 51.200.00 down or will trmle for oilier property. Terms rensouublc. Gel busy. V of education .nmetlme make him think of when l.o wan n boy and tho bout the teacher could do didn't prevent the tight tn tho srhonl janl fnun being the tutunornlile etont of tho day. Jud Tunklns. Jnd Tunklns si) a campnicn 0. Box 172. BEASLEY LANCASTER. KY. ASK US ABOUT CLUBBING. OFFERS OF n Rlg-sby- IS-J- Courier Journal FOR 1921. SUBSCRIBE THROUGH US. 11 yi-n- au-to- .UUrfJKt lit-U- iUoRobem Drug Store THE NATIONAL BANIi OF I.ANCA5TI3R. m Hazel wood Sanatorium tuttcf-culot- ns Oiplltil $50,000. It. DKNNV, President S. C. DENNY, Cashier Surplus $50,000. J. llook-kccpcr. Honor Roll Bank K. mitlt-eiihl- o STORMES, Vlccl'rest, run-aln- g C. M. THOMPSON, Toller. HUGH MOHLEY, Oenoral Hook-Keepe- r. PAUL ELLIOTT, Individual Chi-rac- t4 CS-- itittl; track-clrculllii- g O. WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. Swinebrond, Alex It. Denny, J, II, Posey, J. E. Storm, 0. C. Denny, A. T. Sander, Dr W. M. Elliott. Director. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky, Thursday Jan 6. 192 ' 1 I I 1.3 Judge F. D, Sampson of the Ken tucky Court of Appeals has arrant ed for every school room In Kcntuc ky to have a life site portrait of Theodore Roosevelt free. On the portrait is printed the Inst 1! WE WISH TO THANK YOU FOR YOUR message of Colonel Roosevelt on Americanism cent the night before ! through he died, January 5th, 101 SO- PATRONAGE OF THK the American Defense Society, of which' Judge Sampson Is n member. Colonel Roosevelt said: "There ran OF SAME FOR LIC1TE THE CONTINUATION be no divided allegiance In America, " t PAINT LICK a man who comes to this country and becomes n citizen In fact, should be THE COMING YEAR. Logsdon has )cen on treated on equality with all other Mrs. Tho citizens. But n man who protends the sick list. The BEST Coffee on the market In Lancaster. to be an American and also tries to Mr. and Mr. Forest Center have X be somothlng rise should not be al- moved to Nlcholasvillf. A trial will convince you. CONN BROS. lowed to remain In this country." Mr. Ira Dell and Miss McQuerrey Judge Sampson request all teach v. were married last week. L ers and Superintendents of schools spent the LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLK. Miss Berthn Colson to with him In interesting w CO week-en- d with Mis Elizabeth Conn. the school children In this work of Mis Emma Ilurchell spent the Americanism. Kvery school room in H the Stnto may have a Hoosevelt por weekend with relatives at Nicholas- Pi trait size 20x24 inches free if the vile. P0 school children or parents in the Wm. F. Rogers, of Louisville Rev. school district will have the portrait filled the pulpit Sunday at the Chris framed. One condition is that when tian church. the portrait is framed it shall be Mr. and Mr. W. O. Anderson en hung vlth appropriate ceremonies In tcrtained the Christian minister Sat which the children should take part. urday night. THE YEAR OF 1920 WITH ALL ITS OPPOR. 3r It would be well If the parents would, Mr. John Wheeler and Miss Leila new congress should also take part In the ceremonies The TUNITIES IS GONE. The Harden, of llerca wcr united in mar 11.50 Y.r. make this one of its first when the portrait is hung. luurd Weakly. riage last week. THE YEAR OF 1921 WITH ALL ITS OPPORState Superintendent of Public In duties. Payable in Advance, Mr. and Mr. Wil Noe have rent struction George Colvin heartily ap A, law should be passed imTUNITIES IS BEFORE US. and ed the Forest Centers farm .1. E. TIOBINSON, Editor. proves of this plan and request posing a heavy jail penalty for all teachers In Kentucky write that have moved to it R. L .ELKIN, Local Editor and Mgr. to IF YOU NEGLECTED TO SAVE A PART anything in the nature of Frank Lcdford has returned home their respected County Superintend Entered at the Post Office in Lanents stating the number of Roosevelt after n visit to friends and relatives OF YOUR EARNINGS IN 1920 RESOLVE NOW Mail caster, Ky., as Second-Clas- s pictures which they will' undertake to in and around Paint Lick. TO SAVE A PART OF YOUR EARNINGS IN 1921. Matter. Mors have properly framed hung. The and Mule Feed, Bran, Mis- ' .i . i r t Move oociciy lurnisncs ed Feed, Kentucky Farm Feed, Bar nmcricnn t LiBxasler, Ky., Jimnry 6, 1921 DEPOSIT YOUR SAVINGS WITH Meal. Hudson and Farnau. Another year is before Us.jthcI,icturc fruc County Superin-jle- y tendent are requested to write to Miss Lucy Francis has resigned as Will we as a community Robert App!tton,Formcr Auociation Member Kentucky Pre Treasurer, grade teacher at the Paint Lick move forward, stand still, or American Defense Society, 110 East 7th. Graded school. Mis Sue Hlgltin Foftirn Adtiine Rpf mrtuAn Go. progress backward? 2tth. St, New York City, stating th ha accepted the place vacated by THE AMERICAN PHE53 ASSOCIATION mere can uo but one number of portrait necessary to Miss Francis. LANCASTER KY Rate For Political Announcements. answer from the energetic supply tho schools in the County. Miss Elizabeth Beazley left SaturThere will be no expense in any way day for Lexington for a few day City Office. .$5.00 people of this community. For Precinct and for these wonderful life size visit before going on to Danville to 10.00 For County Offices It is FORWARD. portraits, done by a famonu artist. enter school. For State and District Offices.. 16.00 If we have" made mistakes .10 For Calls, per line... BUCKEYE. ha been named Hiram for his grand- Mis.es Sadie Ralston and ElizaIJUENA VISTA I .10 in tho nast. let's rectifv thorn. For Cards, per line William, Ed, beth Conn, Messrs. father. I If we hat'c overlooked op For all publications in the interRalton nnd Rodney and Herbert Mr. Hugh Noel Is sick. Rcv. j ricr of uUi,ve, niled hi Mr. Hubert Ford was In Danville portunities, let's recover them, Saturday. est of individuals or expresRichard Lackey were guest of Mis Mr. Blllv Cotton was a visitor in I appointment here Sunday A. M. He sion of individual views, per Bertha Colson. or search out new ones, and ha been called here to preach for Richmond Sunday, Mr. Sam Wilson was on the sick 10 line Messrs! White and Riddell have the year I tun. improve them, r week. list . last Mr. Reathcr Irvin visited relatives .05 Obituaries, per line purchased the Dixie garage at RichMrs. Dan Ray and Miss Sallle Lou Let's be up and doing, for Mr. Charlie Ison was in I.ancas-tc- r mond. Mr. White moved to that in Winchester last week, Tester are improving. Ml. Lensy gets the doer is the man who Saturday on business. place Monday, having sold his home Mr. and Mr. Tahott Jenkins are Ray continues about the same. Misa there. ( Mr. Jno Yanderpool was in Lan- at This place to Mr. R. II. Hill, who now living with Mr, T. O. Hilt. Christine Davis is able to be out caster Friday on business. Let's move forward! will move sometime this week. Mr. Walker Broaddus and family igaln. When farmers receive such We have no eyes in the back Miss Sunbeam Ruble left Monday Miss Edna Underwood entertainMr. and Mr. Herbert Johns, Elmoved to their new home near low prices for their products it of our heasd. for K. K. S. N. at Richmond. ed Saturday night n bunch of young mer Johns. Mr. John W. Wheeler becomes a question Mr. Joe Hamilton was in Henry folk notwithstanding it wa a rainy spent and Kin, of Nieholasvilte, were the Mr. nnd Mrs. Louis Noel night about 30 were there to enjoy county Inst week on business. whether or not they will, raise Thursday with Mr. and Mr. Mark guest last Meek of Mr. Hiram Ray and family. Many are glad to know that Mis the hospitality of this charming Bogie. jnore than merely enough'for PEPTQ-MANGA- N young lady. Ruth Lane Is improving rapidly. own use, and yot" city Mr. Handy Kurtx and daughter, their Mrs. Finley Sander and ion, of Mr. nnd Mr. Titos. Logsdon enWILL of Mercer county, Mr. Buford West dwellers nre forced to pay exMiss Llla Kay Scott left for tertained for dinnor Tuesday of last Paris, have been visiting Mr. Mai and family, of Richmond, upent Wednesday. orbitant prices for these same week. Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Trcadway, Cartvr. Xma week with their parent, Mr. COLDS. Georgetown College spent Thurs and .Mr. L. F. Brown. products, it is evident to any Mr. It. A. Dunn Mr. R. W. Sanders Christmas Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Todd and family, with his little son at Stanford. Dr. and Mrs. F. H Smith, Mr. and day in Lancaster with Mi. W. II. sane person that there is some- ,"TT r Gullcy. thing radically wrong with our Make Up YOUl' Mind To Mr. and Mrs. Harold Scott spent Mrs. Hnmmack, of London tMMttMOMienn: Mr. and Mr. Dewey Price enter The following were dinner guest Tuesday with Mrs. Nannie Jenning. system of distribution. a For From of Mr. and Mr. A. L. Hammack Sun- tained a numbtr of relatives at din rt When the southern cotton Messrs. Reuben Naylor and Wolday: Mr .nnd Mrs. Taulbee Cornctt, ner Sunday. ford Bogie were In I.cxlngton Thurs and planters become desperate beColds. ton, Tom, 'Mr. Jas Marshlvtnk, Mr. Robert Long, of Ijincnuter, day: e cause they can not sell their Beulah, has been spending a few? day here Mr. Tom Ralston, MUsr Mr. nid .Mrs. R. I). Mutury and Iva and Marie Lcdford, Dick Davis, with friends. Blood In Good cotton crops for enough to pay family spent Sunday at Nichqjas-vill- Burt and Robert Hammack and Mis MUs Verna Ray has been spend the cost of production and' Mattie Estill White. . Condition. t mg several week with relative in mnrlcnf inrr. nml vnt nnrtnnrnl Miss Nannie Belle Scott left Mon Madison county. people are paying high prices taking pepto.mangan day for Midway where she Is in Rev. Price, of Louisville, was a cotton goods, we are again for school. SOUR STChiACH gUMt of Mr. and Mr. Robert Broad-uu- t lurking Somewhere in the Now is J he Time To Build Up. Ycu Mr. and' Mr. Jnme Dunn nnd Saturday and Sunday. fnjnlly spent Christmas with their there is a gentleman of color Wi B s,ron. ThU W;nr Mrs. A. B. Crawford, of LaGranrg . parent. lurrking somewhere in the, ha been spending several days with , Z Quic it number from htre attendi Every house has a supply of fuel woodpile. Her slater, Mrs. Geo. Ray. Monday, at know cold ed the tobacco sale and all kinds of Kvery one is expecting U.olfor Mr. und Mrs. Billy Cotton are the to com"nr- - They cct rendy Lexington, Highly preud parent of Thcdford's GhcV-I'-igli Named a ion. city laborer and the skilled Mis Lorene Lane left Monday for Rccomsscndcd hj a Teaaenec Handy Caisell for nn uncle. mccnanics to voluntarily ac How many people get their own Richmond, where she la attending Mr. T. S. Pieratt returned home i Grocer for TrctiWes R cept a reduction in pay in or- bodica ready for winter? Most of High School. SEE OR PUONi; Monday after a week' stay In Rich-- ; luliing frtttnTWijIil der that prices may be brought us go around all summer in the inWo-arLooking orders for North mond with her mother, Mr. Doty. down to normal. Many of tense heat burning up energy, work- ern reclear.ed clover seed, lludtcin Uvcr. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Noel and daugh-P, B ing hard all day and sometimes lying tarns them are accepting such re- awnko nt nights sleepless in the heat. and Farnua. II ter wero guest of Mrs. Henry Arductions, but they continue to Winter comes along. It catches , m. .. ...i f - r n i..i.i " i . nold at HyattsviHc Thursday night Lancaster, Ky, TMl Nahvai. Tv. The etric pay high prices at tho stores many people totally unprepared pliy- - ly were the guests of Mrs. Lan at ,0R A boy arrived at tho home of Mr. Quick Servico and Good Work : i, v.DrlU!.ht, tB0 f and Mrs. Geo. Ray, Jai: 2nd. He for the clothing that they wear f ically. Few of u t&kc stock of our Iiua-i-n last Friday. herb. Hw .3 b MIMI health. Whether wc will be well, Mr. Abbot and daughter, of vouched for by Mr. V. N. Parsons, o nnd for the food they, eat. hvulthy and strong, we often' leave Mcholasvillo, are VMitmg Mr. Wil-- 1 grocer of this city. "It is without Manufacturing prices nre too much to chance. on at Polly' Ben. doubt tho beat liver medlelnc, and I i cing roduced, but wholesalers But not everybody. Nowaday .Mis Myrtle tret alone without Ruble ha returiiinl don't Ullevo I it id retailers are not making people aro learning. They know to Lancaster after n pleasant Christ-- 1 It-- I take It for notir stomach, hold- , roportionate reductions and this joatter of enjoying good health mas with home folk. arhe, bad liver, !nti!;,ftlcn. and all; t'cy nre juuslstontly endeav- is a thing dcy ran help control. If Messrs. Paul Wilson and Reuben other trouble that ara the result of j live oring to grasp every penny in you.sleep, right, cat right, get plenty Naylor attended n dance ut Nicholas-vill- c a torpid (Ivor. To our mnfy friends and customer, w thank w of breathe fresh air, and keep "I havo known aad used It for year, p3 you for the huainesa that you k'uvu um durinir tho last Friday evening. ,''ght. That at'Ieast is the your blood in geod condition, you end can and do lilchly rccommcud It year of 1920. Wo hope to better uecvo you during Misses Nora and Julia Lowry arc to every one. I in the cities, and city will be all right. won't go to bed with- -' the year of 1021 nvith prices back to normal, begin-niiiguest of Mr. and Mrs. out It in tho house. conditions are reflected to a It is to simple. If you feel a lit- the attractive It will do all It f January 10th., 11)21. Lcjliu Ilruner this week. claim to do. I can't say enough for certain extent in every town tle off in health perhaps worn out In addition to our Dry denning, Pressing and Many friends are glad to know 1L" and pale don't take chances. There and hamlet in the country. that Mlu Bessie Hughes, who is the. Many other men and women throughn is no need of it. Buy some Dyeing, we aro doing family wsvaJsiag. Wa wash It is hopeless to appeal to Begin nssbtant High School teacher ha re- -' out tho country havo found Black1 of your druggist. everything from a Sock to a Komoaa, from a Napkin fBtrlotism or tho spirit of fair taking it today. You can got it in turned after being with her" mother, Draunht Just as Mr Parsons describe to n Table Cloth. We Dry Clean from a Shoe String piny.- - Neither is promiscuous liquid or tablet form. Tell your who has been ill fur some time. valuablo In regulating the liver to j to an Over Coat. Miatc Sunbeam, Carlctta end Ma its normal functions, and In cleansing by its presence in tho average druggist which you prefer. Hut to x be certain that you get the genuine rie Ruble entertained on Saturday tbs bowels of Irapur'ltlcs. counting room. FAULKNER! DRY CLEANING & LAUNDRY EST B. t by Thedford'a liter medl- full a New Year' party there remains, then, noth- Viame "Gude'a ask for It the and evening with near Buena Viita. at cIm Is the original and only genuine. their home A L. W. FAULKNER, Mgr. ing but law stern and inflexi look for the name "Gude'a" on the variety of fruits and candles were Accept so Imitations or substitutes. Always ask for ThcJ.ord. ble. package. (Advertisement.) sprved. About twenty guest were r.' wfk a " i-- 1 asflaJ' ROOSEVELT PORTRAIT Free To Schools. present, Mlsset l.lla Kay and Rachel Scott entertained on Thursday evening ,WMIS5HOLLADAY 'SCANDIEStJ - 1 f ASTgl' with a beautiful evening party at Vista. The their home In Bucnn house was decorated with Christmas belts and holly. Games were enloy ed by the merry and happy young company. A variety of fruit and candies wero served. About elgh U3 teen gue.tts were present. The list Including Mises Gladys Hamilton, Nora and Julia Lowry, Suntyeam, Carlctta, Marie and Sadie Ruble, Messrs. Mc.Murtury, Paul, Silas and H Ray Wilson, Chenault Ruble, Hubert Ford, John T. llurgess, Roscoe Hamilton and Wolford Bogle. Wc are the Exclusive Agents for W 9. X ti Z o i Chase and Sanborn Seal u Brand" Coffee r o J o Z Currey & Gulley. irir1P1?P1l xtJ) Forward. wS3iaNYDS,AYaYnOHSSIMy) Central Record Let's . m The Garrard Bank & Trust .... ... .......... What' the Matter? as,to HELP FIGHT , ant Keep Free Get Your Up-To-Da- te J c. start Plumbing, Heating, Guttering,' Roofing, : - INGESTION il Repairing, "?e 'p' . Tin Work 1 .... , t,,,, co-il- j s , I io uur ana uusiomers. sit-uati- ' K Pcpto-Mangn- Pepto-Mungu- n; Btack-Draueb- Pcpto-Manga- r ta The Central Rfjcord, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, Jan 6, 1921. PRICES SMflSH&D COME IN AND SEE US WE ARE 1NG MANY THINGS AT MIm Inn Kay It visiting friends The W. C. T. U. will meet with ' in Doyle county. Mm. J. II. Klnnalrd Saturday at 2:.10 o'clock. ' Mr. and Mr. John Gill Klnnalrd 'were visitors In Danville Wednesday. Mis I.ula Sutton pcnt n part of and SELL- - i Mm. Emma Frnncl and Mrs. W. Ami week with Mr. pike. Mr. J. . U Smith on Danville i u. Iiurton were In Uanviiic wcdnct-!- ceremony. The service was marked Mr. Jame Smtlh, of Troy, Ohio, by weet simplicity, .the bride and Seven intcrtlont for the groom entering together without rtant n fpent n few day Xmas with hi price of five. MIm Mary King Sutton brother, Mr. and Mr. J. I Smith. tfew day with MIm Mattle Ilourne Phone order must ho paid The bride wore a becoming drew i recently Mr. and Mr. T. M. Wilton promptly. of dark blue cloth. An Informal ' I . n tn f?M In.l O.I....I... reception followed the ceremony nt . Hill, of Mr. and Mr. Snlllcy u,,,,v. i,i. u. the home of the bride' ount, Mr.i Deal House. The r ' Mr. J. It. Mount. .1 J. J. Unxter. Only the family and I FOR RENT: New six room last week. were present. Mi Mr. Dnn Collier Klkin returned to a few friend on HaseMen Height. ... . ,, MIm Dove Harri. of Danville, has tiuirhes nnii Atlanta last Sunday night after Kra Pnrtln, sister of the bride, Mr. W. H. Mom, Jr. been spending a few Margaret Hughes, returned to spending Ml ten day with hi parent, Little lloxter, MrlNKndornh Carter, raster i Louisville laxt Saturday. d Mr. Harden Carter, Mr. F. M. Hud- LOST: On Danville street Mr. and Mr. Robert Klkin. on, .Mr. C. S. Sutters, Mr. Mc. , , jLn. from a. ring. Return to thin MIh Marie Kay entertained a , I.ImIi. Mn. F. 11. Mnrktbury, Mr. Joel Dowell, Mrs J. J. Baxter, Mr. Wad- - office and rrcrhre a rswnrd. ' number of friend at a twelve o'clock S!mmon,( of Hchmon,, were vlltor Wnlker, Mr. John Gill Klnnalrd, die, of Somerset, Mr. W. J. Raxtcr, , dinner Sunday in honor of MIm Hal-,Yiincastcr thb week. Mles Martha and Helen Gill were Mr. Gilbert l artln, Mr. J. J. Raxtcr, I am standing n Hig Type register.. a tsfalt In flint; ill.. TitAa.tnti tat . Mr, Minor II. Carter und Mr. Lucicn by TrtM Vft Art Mirultd In. G4j ed Poland China hour nt $1.01) cash. many friend, of Matter Ken- - t ,h h The Thomn( ,.oyntcr. fM -G. ,!"urnp entertained n Carroll were present. Wr' ' M. Dbihon. ncdy Farnau are glad to know that , lj,nautir 'Mnm,y- The bride Is a lovey girl grace few frien-t .is o'clock dinner nnd charm and the youngestofdaugh he I. Improving from hi. recent III- Dr. and Mr. Jack Casey spent ' MIm Flossie Green, of Danville, Wednesday evening. Thoie present ter of the late J. S. Portin. net of pneumonia. Saturday in Danville. FOR SALKt A few Riuo Grass spent Christum with her cousin, wr Miss Uuth Kelly, of Klchmond, The groom I a son of Mr. Den teed at t'J.OO per bushel. Phone Mr. Joe Franci. Rave a picture jjjwc, Kmn nn, ,,ua Smith. II. Lester, of Akron, Mr. and Mr. W, S. Itroaddu has been a nis Scott, of Jessamine and is , W. M. CornetL how party the past week In honor Jtr. Matcher and ton, Thomn. Mr. a widely popular youngcounty of the 382-J- . 3 rertjnt vlitor in Richmond. man (12-2tf. Kmma Smith was the guest .Hd m j of her house jrue.U, Mlste Marjory1 Ml c 0ar, nn, brightest prospect. After Mnrch Mr. ond Mrs. Theo Currey have and Franci llollou. (Saturday of her uncle, Mr. W. H. Kire Pollard. Fj)R SALE: A lot of choice clov1st., the) young couple will go to I been recent visitors in Lexington. Gulley on LexiiiKton avenue. houtc keeping at the bride' home, er nnd timothy hny. I'rof. I'aul lloy.l has returned from Mr. Hs,C8m Ford hn rcsiuncil a Geo. 0. Spoonrinorc. tMr. Ilowman Grant, of Lexington, Lcitehfleld where- he spent Christ- Mult .jier, nd MIm Florn Kural Itoute rr.nll carrier and ha In Drop Inn, on the Danville road 4t. pd. ha been f pending a few day here. ma. Mr. Hoyd and children will Catlrcll pent one niK'ht last week taken a with the 1'lanter In Jessamine county. sitiori visit. wjtn MIm Ruth Carrier returned continue their tni jj, Thoma Reynold, and Growers Tobacco Warehouse for Wo re booking; orders for North FOR RENT: Four room for I ihe enon. Mr. Wade Wnlker i ern recltfanrd clover scd. Hudson light home keeping In Paint Lick, from a visit to friend In Monticello, MI..M .Nellie v?i..i and Jo.e- am a ,Jee -1r nliln- - Itiimilili. ii..nl thp wprk.rnil I K'y- and Farnua. YT. rPirfc, Phont 040. Lucille Davts, of rnint i.Ick. nave un Mr. Luther Gibbt has been a n ncrmnnent one is named. with Mis Judith Jumet Uaniel, on Richmond, Kentucky. been visiting friend near Junction xnj examination for thl place is to Ruett f relative in Stanford. It vn n merry Christma and a the Crab Orchard road. It. City. uk- - place next Saturday, which is happy New Year all around and on Ml Drlln lllee Hughe lint reMr. and Mr. D. It. Hammack, of! every hand. Most of the bills have the Civil Service. .under lOR RENT: 100 acrw. ndjotn-in- g turned from a visit to relative in Mtfc Jame. Tucker and dauKhter been paid and the dads a cheerful Lcndcn and Mr. and Mr. Tom Loj.--.; I. M. Dunn. 20 acres lorn, bal- Markibur)'. tpent Christmas with her mother and . Mis Mildr.d Gatcwood entertain- - ana joyou a u mey nan not uug don of Paint Lick were dinner cue! I'rico nncc c0VCr and blue gnis. ratner, .Mr. on.i .Mrs. j. ii. nra.isnnw i n nouie pariy av ner nomc in .mi. down deeply and forked over lively. U,v nJ Mr. It.rrv ir...!.n l,i,vn . Thnrs.lav of Mrs. I.utr. See Emory McWhortcr, 8E0.I0. Sterling for the dance Tuesday eve- - Digging nnd forking doesn xlngton. t worry Lannutcr, or E. C. McWhortcr, r.turnl fr.m a v4,lt t. relatives in!I Mie Johnnettn Farra Uncaster, nine. Her gwtU included Misses qpruikitnti. Mr. and Mr. Mose II. Adam mid Can)lin and Mnr). ,.hi,lr( of K,,m. the dad of thl community, for the Uxlngton, Ky. E. C. McWhortcr. jnm Nt,u,p CovlnRt.n are th,j ' dear ones at home are worth it nil ' Mr, Jwse D4y tia been a recent weekend kucsU of Mis Francis V. tw" iu,c dauuliter. of Ilroken Ilow, ,nKsbur .. KMbctli Parker nnd and then ngaln. FOR SALE: A few extra Mnm- Oklahoma, have been visitor of hi France Tuerman, of Carlisle; Flo .Campbell. Pari. News. visitor of hi daughter. Mr. Smith, Also S. C. Mrs. In nTrlimank j sister.. Mr. Shlpton K.te. and FOR SALE: A few more Ply mouth Hronzc Turkey. Annenlrotttf of Frankfort; ,cbocc.i MIm Maud Clark entertained Drown and White Leghorn cockerel. Roll. mouth Rock roosters. Phone 47 J t--i .Iloawcll. of Winchester; Jane : I t: i I... sum II number of friend to a tlx MtJitSadie Cecil, of Danville, h uu ..Irs. iiary Uoty. Ilryantsville, hy. ificw nrc line uirns nnu win Mr. 11. . Poynter ond family have i"r. of Lancniter; Anna Pierce Car- been the uet of Mime Kate and dinner Tuesday evening In cheap If taken nt once. Phone 37-J- . .fH.t .MCSsr. I.CXinKton, ami m nvn.1 In th..ir n..w hum., in Stan, rick. Of '. MIm Halley, of Detroit. Lillian Klnnninl. ,Mr. James Sutton. Rryont.villei Ky. if.trd. We wish for them a many Frank Kenny and James Randall, of ailen iJickey, Mrs. - .V MilUr was called to(rjcnd in their new home a. they Danville, and Mr.' Irn Holtzclaw .of Danville, Notice To iKnoxville, Tenn. it vlsltlnjr Mrs. Harry Anderson, on Richmond Tuesday to the bedside of left in Ihelr old home town. Pure Standing Burlcy Tobacco All person having claims against . Maple avenue. her sister, Mrs. htha Gott, whoi Quite a number of parties were the estate of II. T. Logan deceased Aeed for sale $2.00 per ounce. I lr- - nnu rt,,or,, ' "', ,wa operated on for appendlcitl. Mr. and Mr. Harry Elmpre, of as their gucU Sunday Mr. Lular Kiven the past week. All of the will p!cno present samPMo .Mary .M. am giving uwny n bushel of teed corn Dr. J. M. Staughten, who Joined Dnlley and son, Mr. Jasper Dalley. home were beautifully decorated in Logan Adm. of II. T. Logan property to the customer that buys four ounces Harrodsburg, have been recent vlsl- . . ( .. . . l f .? t ll iLt .wue lor a vuu o .ner momer, .Mr. of ced. This corn shells 70 ears to i. Irtl I. m lor in Lancaster. and Mrs. Kdil Kirtx anil baliy, v.nnmns ociis, nouy nnu poinsei- - vermeil ami proven. were Present .claim at the store of the the bushel. H. F. Kelley, ljincastcr, II. A. H. .MarKsUury, relumed mf Dunvillc and .Mr. Si Stone of Si. '" i'cucious rexresnmcnu t m s. t " nn tirrenirai, h Kicnmonn Tir. .miss i R. F. D. No. 1. Box. 173. ivi.i.... , M ui. ..M1IIV ... ...iIIIKIUII. . served. The following were the deceased and Amlcmn Rro. . . l.OUMI. Mo. III IW has Item the girt af her aunt. Mrs. in- Friday All ncrson knowlm? themselves hosts: Miss Nellie Nolnnd -- Kmma Mtca Mary Owsley, who has been KaulTman. Mr. S. I. Stone, of East St. Loul. itViintrt t nnl a 1aIIms1 ta I lit Infn II T f r.rrn tjill nt rinr nn intM answdlng the holiday with her moth-- U viKltinif hU nslrc. .Mr. nml Mm.l.m AGLNTS .i ANThl):-Uei 4. mto ml. s.u iituw nut.. ri...M. svv iui.iv tuinuiii unit 'viut M...t nM.i . Lena Taylor ha. returaed to tv f itviv ilium ,r Mffc mie l)unIa)i w!urn- (- t(t Alford Pinter Uiu wwk. As Mr. ,i(,y evening at her home on Danville indebtedness nromntir. biuincs Catkins 137 producta tell bomc in Waconfter a few day. Trona.,vanl!l her , C(J to every fanner. If ycu, own, auto UxinKUn Wone once llvtsl Here he. ts well re- - ....j. um Mmi.. Timinv iw in l'c'n visit In Uncaster. Mondav or am can pvc bond, write today .numl.cred and is receiving a hearty ,.VcninK at her home on Lexington Mary M. Lsgsn, Adm. Mrs. Clafenre Strotlur and little welcome by his many fnond nml ,!. Miss Martha Ward Sweeney m of II. T. Logan deceased. fer infcrmat.cn vehre you can get Mr i.u I...... territory for ncllhig products of'larg-e- tt son, Jamc Ituwell. are with relatives movoJ lo Wednesday evening nt her home onj ncw hoB on JUpU relative. :nstitut!or. cf kind In world. In Cmpbcl!burg. avenue. The house they vacated the Revnolds lnvllle road. Mr. and Mr. Thoma. tUvr,you tack of Obalitk Flour Twenty milion UlCrs. .1. R. Wntkins Gill have taken possession of I entertained ut dinner Christmas: .Mr. Miiscs Marjory and Franci Hal- The Woman's Club held their in yo.r l.orur today? '.!ud7u and Company, Dcpfclll, Wlnqna, Minn.- they recently purchased it from j arid Mr. Joo Reolds and ton, of lou, of Stanford, have been vl.iting meeting Thursday afternoon Fsrnau. (Cincinnati. Mr. and Mr. J. S. Rey- - at their room, on Lexington avenue, j r5,r- - smllh. Mr. Rella Arnold Franci. rooms were beautifully decornt-Mrs. Marie Lutz and daughter, .ii.. iiuuiri anerrow cnieriaineil noldt, Mr and Mr. Will Manhbank The in nil the Christmas emblem.! ed Mtss Sallle, were visitors in Lexing- a number af, friends Monday evening and family. The meeting w opened by thej in honor of Ker ton, Ilrnilley. ton a few- - days last week. Those president, Mr. It. E. McRobcrU, afpresent were MIssc. Catherine HalTIa' young men of thi city save ,."lr. llradley lng. of Indianapolis, ley, of Herca College, ter which M!i(. Eliza - Smith had i Marie Ray and a most enjoyable dance at the Kin- charge of the program. Two carets ' Indi, spent the stctMay with bis Messrs, Robert Ray anil Sid garlan Friday evening. Splendid were sung by the Glee Club of I H. (nether, Mn. Robert Sherrow. music vn innde by a Danville or- twanty-nv- c guests S. accompanied by Mrs. Mac Hughes , che'rn. About Mr. Willie Rice Amon left Sun-4nMr. Claud Rice Galne. who has,wero present. Mr. Sallie Lawton Noland. Mist Smith followed with for lloston, Mais., where be at- been tpending Uie holiday, hunting j 0nd Mis Sue Shelby Mason were a tplcndid talk on the study of Luke, tends the school of Technology. About twenty member were pre. in Lincoln county, wly there are lots (he chuparonet. cnt. ' of little "dears" over there, but those! Mis Catherine Halley has return-ri- d ' Mr- - nn'1 Mr1, Underwoad enter-ver- y old bear, won't let you come around Miss Lavernc Hicks entertained. to llerea College after spending close So he Just killed some! talned Thursday in honor of Mr. nnd w the holidays with Mis Marie Ray. Mrt. John JJiitou Robard. of Dan- - ith a most ttyenjoyable party Wed- rabbit and came home. suburban home' .'ilk', at their beautiful home on the nosday at Mr. Leonard ' Preston, of Howling' on Danville read. The home was j" i .Mrs. Henley Hastin and Mrs. Ixington road. Among the guests Green, who have been visiting Teaching methods have greatly imi Itrurc Iiwsoii were hosts Friday were Mr. tnd Mrs. Loyrt Ilourne nnd beautifully decorated In evergreens, ' friend ht're, has returned home. proved during the past few years. And evening nt the homo of Mr. Imw- - daughters. Mimic Ella Mae and Lois holly and Christmas belli. Delict-crefreshments were served. The 1,111 Court ln our school, your school, always strive Circle Virginia Ilourne, Mrs. W. S. Ilourne, hor"" ot Mr. Elmer Ynter and Ml HerUm0"following gucsU were present: Mis- -. " and Mr. nnd Mr. Thoma Poynter. to achieve the best. We can getar once Sweet, of llrock. Ky.. aro vl.iting 'f;,rU of ,l18 Christian church. nnn Faye King, Thelma Hamil were served Sue and Jane Wllllnm. thi. ",,lful refreshmcnU the additibnal equipment now needed Mine Grncio ami Lucy Long en- ton. Nellie Noland, Margaret Elliott.! ""d the occasion proved a delight- wc,,l;. wi tit just a little boost from you through' tertained n few of their friend at a Judith Jame Daniel. I Joscnhinc ful one. twelve o'clock dinner, Wednesday. Ilurniide, Lua Anderson. Helen Gul-- i .Mrs, J. C. Robinson b returned' . . bphrlnm llrown on. I hose present were .MIm l.liiu .May ley, Willi Ruby Cress, of Sander lr; from a vttt to her duuihtcr. "vening w th n and Alico Ray, Miss Hazel Walker, Danville, Messrs, W. P. Long, Earl Lex.'0'"!'1, Henry and ilr. Henrj' dinner party nt Mi Maud Clark, Misses' Emma nnd jSpoenamore, Samuel. Elliott, S. D. htKtan. " pretty new home on Stanford imla hmith, .Mist HomIc Green, or; Cochran, Ellshn i their Carrier, Marrsi Mr. MM Mr. Robert Htnry anJ, avenue. The house wa decorated Danville, Mr. Robert Ray and Mr. j Swlncbro.nl, J, It. Haselden, A. "G. I Mf Chnitmns bells and holly. Covers William Clark, Mr. and Mr. Mile Sunder,, .Shield FickcUon, of Cmb' llflsn Robinson, of Lexlngtcn. By a recent arrangement our school spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. v.re laid for ten nnd the affair prov-J- . Wnlker nnd Mr .and Mrs. Henry I Orchard Springs, T. J. Price, Cnrlj Sebastian. n very enjoyable one. . Thompson, Robert Guinn. Edd Wil C. Robinson. will receive a liberal commission on liams, Jume Hroaddus and Roscoe your Country Gentleman order. The Hon. W. I. Wllllamiof Tulsa, Thompson, nil of Danville. drive for a School Fund is now on. Oklahoma., dropped into lincastcr( for n few days last week and is being A subscription for TlIK your livestock, field you a tack of Obelisk Flour, u'armly greeted by his frieudi. Mr. ,H COUNTKY OKNTLE-MAcrops, poultry.fruit, fat ta In your home today? Hudson and brinies you a full William und hi eitlniable family and home management ' Farnau. ytsr of an unexcelled with every vital farm left here ten years ago and located j farm Service. In SJ inproblem. The fiction nt Tulsa, where he now enjoys a spiring budgets of pracatone would cost later at THE NEW YEAR Mr. Harding says he it going to tical helpfulness it cover, lucrative law practice that has put') least $10.00 in book form, tboroucidy evwy inter-ean imporyet the en tire cost to you him ono of, the foremost attorneys ruiLo the of the farm bitnets Icm than two pennies tant n 'tion. Under the old law of in that progressive city. and the furm home. It Hweck. And remember I tit for tut we nertume Mr. Caolidiru cost s the publishers $3 00, your scTioo profit t .1 The informnl dunce given by the' will return the courtesy, 000 a year to give you . So just say Yc" to the kind of Service that young men at the Sigma Chi hall last tle boy or girt who calls, will best help yoi with or send yournamc and week was one of the most enjoyable; AT jfi DO YOUR fJilWK2)h(tt .Vy. events of the holiday season.. ' "h'l. ft Only 1 Dollar for 52 Big 1mu Among the visitor present were the Mi A following: Miss Margaret Flckeron, MOfJEY Data. 6f Crab Orchard; Mlu Glad-- s Herr, W. Paint Lick Consolidated Schools: of I.oulsvill e; Mlt JohnetU Farra, L'""v"'"''?'?.mLr''!' ll Ray (Illburt, Priti .i Tr of Lnncaster, lTrMimn Swir.ebroad, George Elliott and Hur I liinii at tuch rtrW. Vusic I V .1 iYIUKL l3 on our AatlwriBMl RstirMtBtathralTHE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN fVw ton KUpn. of Lancaster. Mrs. Steve' ! Walker, of Ijiiicnstcr, was one iJiodav t!iu chuperones. Danville Advocate.' STORMES DRUG STORK Mr. V. 8. F.mbry went to Atlanta for a few day vliit last .Saturday , night. ' Partin-Sco- tt. The weddlnir of MIm Margaret C. Partln and Mr. Wolford K. M. Scott, of Nlcholatvlltai Ky., took place Sat urday mornlnir, Dec. 26th., nt eleven o'clock, at the home of the bride' aunt, Mr. Harden Carter, on Klizn-bet- h Little Minn France Tucker hat street in Nicholaxville, Ky. been the ijharmlng guet of Dr. and Rev. G. W. Nutter performed the M. Acton, of Danville, Mr. J. 1 Classified Column RATES Single insertion It a word No ataken for let than 'JOc 'umri. No ndr 'Ii this column charged. Ih'u J. R. MOUNT Q & CO. ., T ..-- Dun-galo- w . Gossip About People ,. dla-mon- 1 - 12-2- h. jr re-re- ,, ' ""If''' 1 I- Creditors .... ... , 1 1 1 m , , 9 ...t. L ....' .) A Better School y With Your Help ' ; i her-prc- m I De-Ml- ss lbrt '"fy ! GENTLEMAN N Tffe COUNTRY r i START RIGHT! st 1 TRADING "swW ffk jANIiLK n VARUM mnnir nannn .Su'Y .fff .! I Thy Cnntral Uncord. Lancastoi , Ky Thursday Jan 6, I 92 I Old Reliable I SEED." ADDRESS ALL ORDERS TO T IMPBOTED 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 EVERY PACKAGE SAFEGUARDED BY COYYRIGHTED TRADEMARK, AND NONE GENUINE UNLESS IN PACKAGE BEARING OUR COPYRIGHTED SIGNATURE. PRICE $2.00 PER OUNCE. $28.00 PER POUND B. Cynical. rouM give no reason why Ik should have committed suicide. Ho was Minute." The Stamfonl Advo cute. L. KELLEY & SONS LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. On Phase. "Ills friend "Lore" Is denned to us by J. It. O. as "a brand of Insanity that makes his little man call a Host on TranscrlpL tootsy-wootsy- Expert at It. Problem In Anatomy. "Jim married a masseuse, didn't No doctor seems able to rectify nut- "Tea, and she certainly rubs i ters when the cockles of the heart go her ' wrong. Louisville Cmirler-JournsIt Into him " llmton Transcript. L i Most-Use- d In Edgar Allan IW "llm tMl h states that of letters of the Knglls alphsliet "e" pr.lomlnate remarkably. Tho succelon afterward X Letter. , i Make It Productive. "Well, my wife's bridge club Is In session. If thoe ladles get hold of that Idle ru- mor, they'll soon put It to work." (.nulsville Cour'er. I.mrtml ' Accredited Schools." An accredited school Is a school which has roveii that Its courses are atlsfactory and that Its graduates art capable of n certain educational Handing which I required by higher Institu-- rhiMiU are tions. Tht-M- pned upon by acereditluu .oeintlon nnd by the boanl of -- oiti-- Simple Dry Cleaner. One of the simplest and cheapest dry cleaner Is n piece of art gum. It will clean kid ulou-i- . dancing slip-pepictures, etc. r, On Life's Sea. "It's Just an Idle rumor." Having a raft of friends Is the only thing that keep some people afloat (toston TranrrlpL Qualities That Appeal.' There Is no room In the universe, for r pride; hut only the least contempt for u gentle and n reerent heart. luuie Mnrtlneatl Wedding Rings Us Much Gold. More thnn 7.000 pounds of purs gold, says an authority, are required each year to supply the wedding rings for brides. Beneficence Well Repaid, IteneBceiice Is a duty, lie who fre- irnently practice It anil sees his bene?- realized, at length olent Intention! comes really to hue him to whom he has done C"l Imiminuel Knnt Uaoldhorstuycfclmwh a. q P t Arxltnt School Book. Tin. eJdrst known A II O In eslst-Hug- " m once I little child's alphatt tcratrhei ihx an Ink bottle of black nun fouud In an anrieat JJrvek set. to helong ttemriit In Italy, to the Klfth centUO H C. Powerful Sermon. penurlou norili side man was so affected ly a clisrlty sermon the other Sunday thnt he hormwed a dollar from u neighbor and ut It In hit own poeket. Chlcngo News, A e Louisville Courier-Journ- al The Grent Paper of the Southland The CourU'r-Jouri- Dar, Oearl n -- trlktyKasycoln "Wh) doiu for gv-i- eil Slopay. "I did," a loan J" llghcd llimlup "Hut he told me that I had iruek him rentslest." Cincinnati Knipilter The Silver Lining. People who ant In the hulilt of worrying because they hae too little lels-ar- e would do well to reineinlier that every year we have nearly two months of Sundays. Mak All our Thtm Vour Friends. tn'i lme liwn men of deep and llipi 'ittb mi (Sod. and his good, ness and "n or girl could spend 'qsuni Muouiui03u joj suiix on a more enlm utile nr profitable hour than In iMKi.itiy of nny of these Variation in Carpets, great ail iiome men They are the. Most niri,ct nnd rug pioneer hvh but one l pMMtre. leading men on ! erwe height of hull- - uahle utile llrilel lm a pllellke and , noil there they velvet hut the pile Is uncut. Wilton ties mid will hle fnreer like great llent Is heavier und more durable than llrus-' ttnm in the night iky. IMIth M. und the pile Is rut. whereiiioii It appears like velvet. This cnr't Is so MeKlima closely woven that It hold Its surface. The 'Romance Languages" The Axmlnster rug tleehnlcnlly spool The ruiiMiiiee languages are the Axmiustcr) Is very tnurh like Wilton, lauguiigo .priuig friuu IjiiIii nnd but has u looser weave. bearing IIk iuipn strongly In vo cahuhiry and grutuniar It Is usual World's Oldest Harp. to speak of retell or eight romance What Is said to Ih) the oldest harp language, eieii though Mich n di- In the world Is preserved at the) scientifically uc Louvre museum In I'nrK It wits found vision Is ihM alwu curat". Thee are Itoiiuiiinliin. In an Kgyptlan tomh and Is nearly (Ithetorle, Uidin), Italian. 000 years old. Others dating hack French. I'rmtHieul. ypunWi and Porjears have 'eeii discovered, while) tuguese, to whkh may he addeil Cat- the Instrument was held In such high Siinlliilim and regard by the undent Celtic races that alan, Dalmatian harpers were treated with veneration and distinction, their hinds being free With Double Shadows. and their persons aered. Other Worlds We aro ko used to our mm that It never occurs to us that (here are d3uui3i;j 'u uas uuuoti other worlds w hich have multiple sun. uo)mUP ,pip mi uouiiui As u ntntler of fact, there, are tunny ui oUiuui puu WIP au.1 WMIs-Mar systems having two or more suns. ' ui s Miiiaui uM oix m The two suns, due to the tremendous uio ;o lUJiuiisnnuiyj u.ii;o ti jiilkiiu.iiih .mi jiuinl u ui :u,aw .woiii not i,ut tipun uomuuo ij.inm o r.iiiiu uof .xiu .ttu jCppnil,. ii.it :piu Jdi ivmni sa ijuii u .uu.ii vu.atiiiurf n.w Xpputi iuoa Holy Cities of the World. Allahabad Is the holy city of tho I the Indian Mohammedans. holy elty of the Hindoo while Cuico JeruIs thnt of the ancient linn salem I the holy city of the .lew und Christians. Meecti, Medina and Damascus have first place In the n flections of the Mnhauiiiidlnn. Ultraviolet Rays. For some years nltrarlolet r 1 1 bar used for sterillilug water, milk and other fluids. The Idea has now been applied to the disinfecting of bar 'ind casks. n Lazlett Place little seaport In New Zealand, railed ftussell, Is said to ho the sleepiest place In the world. Halher than he put to the trouble of milking their A is own cows, they ff I'll-!- d. dn 3,-0- t'numi-Proteiicu- l. Ostrich's Feeling Hurt. Ttie finest ostrich feathers lire the Specific .., forty or more whlto ones which come frmn tha A ln,Tr,.r to , off the wings. The bird town was MnB feel very keenly the dlsgnuv of Imv- who ,i,or.-.- l ,M.rter n, lug their feiither iluck.L They go hotel, ho." nm. about hatigliig their heads nnd h.ivv thf. trM,.it.r insn2e. A mpre Ih- log chagrin ier philidy Bn, Uw Mm Nl(). mWmM than creniure ilrnglinl forlorn ( tMK ,HP American or the freshly pluekeo: ..strlcn im- not r;,lrnMnr Ali tMu rep!i.l exlstdnnno. Ihis. hut I think they's Irish." San t'ranrlsro t'hniidcle Pecullar Maori Belief, rreeilt:day Maoris are nominally Earliest French Coat of Arms. ChrMlatis, but there aru many old Tlie earllwi anus of Krnnco were In chiefs who uro still fond of their an- - three frogs Icrnimudi). which were Their religion la figured on ih-- ' "lent totem imiU-s- . h.ld of the iiijthlm) ., that of nature worship .omhli.i-- ultli ' ,,. ,,H.nr the veneration of anceMora. A icu- , , tnpnt ,f liar aim mien sung oei. o, , ne.r ro-n,IMrL,, r,.,,r...0tlnB the llglon Is in the belief that tho soul BP4.MM (f w(llmrrhi wl0 ttn,a Swltserlamt lmort coudenved milk nntl dijfnillod in it hantllin"; of iiuwh; it is fearless, yet fair, in its editorial utterances; and it always will be found the champion of clean Rovernment. amy edited; it U sane hi,m fj., , ,., pn,,. - nn,f lnn,, - The Courier-Journsurpasses all its competitors in equipment for K'ettiiiK' the news of the day, because it has not only the Associated Press dispatches but the full wire service of the New York Tunes. In addition it maintains staff correspondents at Frankfort and at Washington. No Kentucky Home Is Complete Without It. nl S Hy special arrangements we are now able to oifer ,., ,., ,. ,,,,, ,., , Daily "(25e Courier-JournAND TIIK al The Maoris were coollrmed cannlbala days. in u ! on ' I u . gravllatlon attraction, are I ii0 MUO IB UOUJH UJ.1 S pulled Into elliptical nlia. Trcmcn- - pjip k.ojj ui( ;j viujuiuip iuik.nd Im created on 4 u uiji jo 4U0 s dnus tidal effects will iiinq lo siuoiduiXs I ho planet, providing, of course, this uiJJ uupiip SunuiT ui tjos aujos Utt SW SUOlOllp planet has water as our earth has. JO kOII UUJUI uosiuj oi apuXl The two uu oImi give rle to pe- U)J0 os ou luqi culiar shadow effects wherehy every ;o sox tuu uajpipp joi) .i.w op piuo.w kiu.iiwj object throvu two shadows Instead of tiiuauioj o mutual I oujp ' I one. sssui9g soua HqejjJ I Mont Blanc, Mont Illanc, tho highest mountain In tha Alps, Is generally soken of as the highest mountain In Kurope, although Klburx, In the mountains of, the Caucasus, Is 3,000 feet hlgler. Mont Illanc Is situated In the Kretich department of Haute Ravnle, ott th bonier, and about 38 miles south of the lake; of Geneva. It has an elevation above the sea of 15,781 feet The mountain la generally ascended from the village of Chamou-nl- . The summit was first rwiched by tlnlmat, a guide. In 17KQ. -' conv,.rfc,.( Christianity. They are also foiiml representei! m B shield In I) minis edition of Kayban's chroii-- ' lole. Ignls-Fatuu- Central Record BOTH ONE YEAR, BY MAIL, FOR ONLY $8.00. Thit otTcr applies to renewals as well as new subscriptions, but only to people living; in Kentucky. Tennessee' or Indiana. New subscriptions muy, If desired, turt ut later 'ate, and renewals will date from uxptrettun of present ones. If you prefer an evening newspaper, you may substitute The Louisville Times for The Courier-Juurnal.Send or nrinij your orders lo the office of 7 s Is a The flume which nppeurs after suniot Moating about two feet above tha ground, sometimes remaining fixed Homo and sometimes traveling. thorlllea think It Is duo to the presence of phosphorated hydrogen gas, others, It It lo the combustion of methane. seen most frequently in northern In the swamps and moorland districts of northwestern England, and In tha lowlands of Scotland. Icnls-fututipale-hlulstier-man- y, e Central Record Lancaster, Ky. JKSBUUim.lAmJSSSBJKJSSI PUSHIN BROS. THE HUB BEGINS DANVILLE, KY. JANUARY CLEARANCE SALE 6, Our AID ii" .:ni m MS Entire $200,000. Stock J of New Desirable Merchandise Clothing and Shoes for Men,' Women and Children 3 n sr 1-- 4, 1-- 3, 1- - and some less than one half of former low selling prices MEN'S AND YOUNG MEN'S SUITS REDUCED TO WOMENS AND MISSES SUITS REDUCED TO $18.50 $24.50 $28.50 $36.50 These sold at from $35.00 to $75.00. BOYS' ED TO $15.00 25.00 35.00 $47.50 REDUC- These sold at from $35.00 to $115.00. REDUC- KNEE SUITS AND OVERCOATS MEN'S AND YOUNG MEN'S OVERCOATS ED TO $4.85 6.75 8.50 9.75 12.75 14.75 $14.50 18.50 27.50 $34.00 MEN'S RAIN COATS AND REDUCED TO GABERDINE COATS $17.50 WOMENS AND MISSES TRIMMED HATS REDUCED TO $11.75 14.50 23.50 $29.50 WOMENS AND MISSES COATS REDUCED TO $1.00 2.50 3.75 $5.00 These sold from $3.98 to $18.00. WOMENS SILK WAIST, CPEPE DECHENE, GEORGETTE, AND WOOL JERSEY TRIC-OLETTE, 12.50 15.00 19.50 25.00 $35.00 RE-DUCE- These sold at from $75.00 to $85.00. SILK, SERGE AND TRICOTINE DRESSES REDUCED TO D TO $3.75 4.75 $6.95 These waists sold up to $18.00. $10.00 15.00 19.50 $25.00 MEN'S AND BOYS' FURNISHINGS, UNDERWEAR, SHIRTS, NECKWEAR, GLOVES, OVERALLS, HATS, WORK COATS, SHOES, ETC., REDUCED DURING THIS SALE AT THE HUB, DANVILLE, ICY. DRYGOODS, DRESS GOODS, SILKS, GINGHAMS, WHITE GOODS, SHEETINGS, OUTINGS, BLANK-ETHOSE, TABLE LINENS, TOWELS, WOMENS AND CHILDRENS WINTER UNDERWEAR, ETC., REDUCED TO LESS THAN COST TO MANUFACTURE, DURING THIS SALE. S, The Central Record, Lancaster. Ky. Thursday, Jan 6 1921 . BY ORDER OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS AND ENDORSED BY THE GROWERS AND PLANTERS OF THIS COMMUNITY, ALL SALES HAVE BEEN POSTPONED UNTIL TUESDAY, JANUARY llth, 1921 S THIS IS DONE IN ORDER TO SEE IF SATISFACTORY PRICES CAN BE ADJUST-ED- , THEREBY GIVING TO THE GROWERS AND PLANTERS A BETTER PRICE FOR THEIR TOBACCO. WE INSIST THAT THE POORER GRADES BE LEFT AT HOME AS THERE WILL BE NO SALE FOR THESE GRADES, AS THE MARKET LAST TUESDAY INDICATED. PLANTERS AND GROWEhS STANFORD STREET. TOBACCO incorporated CO. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. WAREHOUSE : : t : 2 Women Made Young; GOLD MEDAL Messrs. W. O. Andersen and Ollie jveri- - laid for the following: MtMeai have purchased the old red Ava McWhorter, Klisntieth Conn.i mill formerly known a the Uurnam ! wsri, rannie uowiien. wie Rogcn. ' nnd Rurker of T. J. Todd. K""i' sr. Mvurs. Willie Mr. Chastem. the father of Mr. ir.r.k I e.lford. Jainn WaMate Karl U Tarn Todd and Mrs. Ambon died at v . v .r F.ir'V I i: .1' the ham of Mr. Tarn Todd Bright eyes, a clear skin end a body Thursday and was baried at Br re a full of youth nnd health may to Mt. Tabor Saaday school and alyours if you wlllkeepyoursystam ill was m StanMr. O. L. Sunday school so the Christian in order by regularly taking ford tba ant of tba tli Watttas treated ail tb member to home friend. TA DLE.TS - W? made candy and f raits Sunday morn Ahrta Peyton ia aaada m Um sick ten lut. harina: aaothar aawra ease of Mr. Kdwia Walker atteaded the toaattiti, danca at Mt Starting TiteUy mght Creena Dairy Feed will milm your Mr. J aha Wait, of Columuu. McROIinRTS DRUG STORE. Hdap and Ohio, is the gHai af hi tartar. Mr. world' aunja: J nniily (jt Uriney, , caw 4v mate milk Tb u.-sJ tr Farnau. R. G. Woods. Vwr.HuUcrud sinew , In crimlm of Ufa and CUNN3 CHAPEL Xiaa Sauna Satchell it visitia Mr. WaJsaca Traadway, ancle f IMC. AH drosci!, three MramBala1 wonr Mr. W. JI. Traadway baa re tame. I bM auaia. Mim 14 Lw.li m Mm Ma Gall MmM en ami hwhI vm Hdrrinsr urBln ISSSSttflOvMSW to hi has aftar a visit af aereralj Master (ivurge Kurt day ta Mr. and Mra. Q. II. Tread-- j from a eold. Mr. Aaa Hatner nnd Ma, HaraM Mhsje Martha aad Halaa UUI sn! BUCKEYE are guests af bar parent, Mr. awl way at this alaaa. II ia Wajrur ware sMeaw af Mra. D. Karehoil. Mr. J. Mr. aad Mm. Was. Paraaaa Krnett Center wsi buried Sunday. Mix Lucille Davis spent last week ith her re rushing the The farmer to the market. Mr. A. (' Botner and family are guests of Mr .and Mrs. J. D. grand-mother. NJ V Mown .rr.?.T , ; ) V.t Bar-cImI- L lat , mmm i I!) Hot ice OUR TERMS ARE yN? m STRICTLY I li) CASH OR PRODUCE Please do not ask us to meke any tickor' phone us to send any thing out of the ets store, unless you send the money. We would like to accomodate you, but we can not send goods to one person without sending it to others, and this would cause us to drift buck Into the credit business. We will hold our clerks responsible so do not ask them to breck our rules. a- n-- e t. Mr kr i .( I!) i (Delayed) "Ax, In in visiting Mrs. Cecil Gulley. IWelln Regie Niche-la.vW- Mr .Frank Guilty of Lancaster, visited Mr, It. W. Sanders last week. Mr. nnd Mrs. T. 8. Pieratt returned home from Richmond Monday. "Lay or Hint" Feed will make your hens lay. Hudson and Farnau, Mr. and Mr. Hiram Rny entertained nil their children nnd grand- children to a Christmas dinner. Mr. Karl Carter come home Thurs-- ( day from Heron and visited his parents, Mr. and Mr. Mnl Carter until Monday. Mr. and Mr. J. V. Jones, of Louisville, were guests of Mr, nnd Mr. A. C. Mile from Thursday un- til Sunday. Mr. nnd Mrs. Mnl Carter entern tained nil their children and to n Christmas dinner on Saturday. Mr. nnd: Mrs. Lilian! Mile nnd Mm. Olive Powell, of Nlcholasvllle, spent Friday with Mr. nnd Mr. Miles, Mr. nnd Mrs. Hubert Carter. Mr. and Mrs. T. S. I'leratt were called to Richmond Thursday on account of the death of her father, Mr. Doty. Mr. I'icrutt ha the sympathy of the entire community. grand-childre. PAINT LICK (Delayed) The Infant son of Mr. and Mr. the awriaa; this weak ta the raata re- -' guest af WW sitter. Mr. Hurdett eaaUy racstad by Mr. Aatbraae. Mr. aad Mrs. Utaiao Kstrlato will Ramsey uad family Xmas. jtake the room in Parks' t!L Mr. John White. Jr.. af Mansfield, Those who accepted the haafritnl-h- y Ohio spent the part week with Ms af Mis Kat Bly at dinner Sun- -' sinter, Mr. It. G. Wood. day wore Mr. anil Mrs. It. It. Mr. Lou Peyton spent n few days Mr. Jamos of Paris, Misses the first of tho week with her daugh- Highland, Mr. und Mrs. G. W. Conn ter. Mrs. II. J. Chestnut. nnd family nnd Mr L'dd Kly, of Miw Elisabeth Walker left Tues- Paris. day for Louisville to be the guest ' A Inrge crowd attended the Xmas of Miss Marjoric Cnrilwcll. ' tree lit Manse Presbyterian Church Forest Conters received an ap- Friday evening. A nice entertainpointment a Reserve olllccr nnd or- ment was given by the children preceding the distribution of the presdered to report at Camp Kelson. which was very much enjoyed .Mr. and Mrs. Taulbcr Cornell ents by all present. spent Tuesday with Mr. und Mr. Mr. Fanny Kails who has been John Anderson at Point Leavcll. 'visiting Mr J. I), iiurchell for n few Mr. and Mrs. Forest Curtis arc reweeks is now with her sister, Mrs. ceiving congratulations over the arAnna Moberley near Round Hill. rival of n son, born on Xmas day. Mr. W. II. Roop has ucccpted n Mr .and Mrs, Hanimack of London position ns book keeper for the Garare here for a visit to Mrs. rard Tobacco Warehouse. brother, Mr. 0. M. Trcadway. Misses Sadie Ralston und Fay Messrs. I.eory Buck nnd Alford Ward ure home from Georgetown were Xmas college, also Logan West and ColeHcrriz, of Louisville, guests of Misses Mabel and Grace man Arnold and David Todd, of LexHall. ington, Floyd West, of llerea, Stephen Todd, who has been In New Mexik Misses Mary and Virginia are at Point Leaveil visiting co for sevcrul months Is with his paruncle, Mr. John Anderson and ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Todd. their family. Misses Murle and Heulah Ledford as number of friends Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Anderson entertained spent Friday night and Saturday at a mid day dinner Sunday. Thu with their daughter, Mrs. R. L. Hill table, was' decorated with holly, mountain ten and candles. Covers in Richmond. Mr. Arnold af wa Led-for- arej John Land for dinner Saaday. Je Horse and Mule Pred, Bran, Mixed Peed, Kentucky Farm Feed, Hurley Meal. Iludion and Tarnau. Mr. Frank Land lias moved to the plate he recently purchased of Mr. Kemp Walker at Tttotusrvilie. ( Mr. nnd Mrs. Hughey Meberley nnd llttla daughter were weekend guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. Hnrvey Teat-tr- . Misstw Annie May nnd Jessie Myre tle Isbell were guest of Mliues lier-nic- I i I ! I ; Respectfully, and llessie nlhgt. Teatcr Thursday Mrs. J. R. Sparks and son, Clnr-j(- j) ence una .ir. ami .Mr, miiio .n- ten were guests of Mr. nnd Mr. Jesse Casey Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Ray of with Poor Ridge spent the week-entho luttcrs parent, Mr. and Mrs. d I Becker & Ballard j nPYANTSVII.I.F. -- - -: PHONE 27. If FUJI uiiwnitt iir-f- BS'l'SStaaB-i'SE'r'SSSS't-SSSfe- Louis McCullcy. Ham-mac- k' Harvey Teuter and Mesdames Murphy, Misses llernlce Clemtnie anil llessle Teater were guests of Mrs. Charlie Murphy one day last week. We failed to mention In our previous letter the delightful Christmas W. 0. RIGNEY. Funeral Onicefl'hone Ham-muc- Director and Embalmer. 18. tree and entertainment given at the close of the term by Miss Thelma Simpson and her pupil. The Interesting program rendered was well planned und displayed excellent training and the talent of those who took part In a very gratifying way. Residence Phone 33. Lancaster, em Kentucky. The Central Record, Lnncnstor, Kv. Thursday, Jan.6, 1921 it GFFEfO GOLD "A MAN STOOD CROWNS FOR A ON LONDON BRIDGE AND SHILLING EACH, AND NONE WOULD Blitz' a wager was made that people would not buy because of the very value offered. They looked, You Know the story-ho- w saw, and Were convinced inai aciuai crowns were uuiuk oueieu, uul, uecuusu uiu pneu was uiuy u miming, smuuk uiuir nuiius aim passed on. '"There must be something wrong!" Yet there was not. WHEN WE TELL YOU THAT THE MERCHANDISE LISTED BELOW IS PRICED NOT ONLY FAR LOWER THAN THE PRICE PAID FOR IT, BUT BELOW THE PRICE AT WHICH WE CAN REPLACE IT TODAY, WE KNOW THAT NEVERTHELESS, THIS STATEMENT IS THE UNVARNISHED TRUTH. YOU WILL DOUBT. Mere words won't convince you. So we have listed the present day mill price placed on these items after the recent reductions were made. Compare them with the Empire LOWER prices. 10 Wo oiler thin entire stock and property for sale an .Mr. Hcckcr has heun in the merchandise business for over JtO years, and he Is anxious to retire until he cim take a rest which he very much needs at this time. Mr. Mallard has other business in view and lie ta also very anxious to close out this business, regardless of first cost. IJithor of the above will be Klatl to show any prospective purchaser through the entire stock and property and make them a price worth while. This is the best stand in Central Kentucky. We are located right and in a good section of the county. It will pay you to investigate. Our terms will be right So don't hesitate to call if you have any idea of going into the merchandise business. Property includes one good store room ! Ox 120 feet, two warehounos, garage, barn, stock scales, mill and rorn crib All necessary out building Klectric lights. founty Agencies. value Everything at cost No expert Salesman to pay per cent No expensive advertising Cash Sale. Every imaginable thing kept in a general store. Hig stock of goods and supplies kept by special Hear in mind there are thousands of other we can not mention here, all to bo sold regardless of the former cost or value. MEN'S FURNISHINGS Me:-;- ' handkerchiefs ' 's Men's Vvr.' Work .Me i hoac, all colors, sale price villi hose, all colors work shirts, $1.25 values, now sox, '2 fie valued for . 'i necktie, $1.25 and $1.50 values for Mi n' union suits, $2.50 vnlue, now MEN'S HATS One lot. watch them go at i Men's Hats, $.1.50, now .J Men's Hats. $.1.95, now 7c 13c 61c 98c 19c D8c ... $1.98 $1.48 ... , $2.25 53.48 Of Merchandise and. Store Building1 iX Slashing1 Pii.ce Sale MONDAY, I AM AY 10th, m Lasting Ff Two Weeks $50,000.00 B-- STOCK W. Sill "lall.Band" Footwtar m Wi Miive It It lha Best You Cm lny Men w ho have been weannc rubber footwear for years, and who have worn all kinds, teli us they cct niorc days' wear and comfort and bct-- tr fit in "llalUland" than in ary other make. AM E ORIC INAL m 1 CAN r w ir- m f" VKt P ii r' f vim , ini - vMj . -- BtPS? i' ' fmmm r i - - I ,1". pm& rM r - rr" gp. -. r-- . "F?? zzz rrr:,"rJ! FULL WEIGHT, VULLSIZE OFWIRE, IX LENGTH OPROU i Vulcan and Oliver Plows, Buggies, American Wire Fence, Wagon and Buggy Harness, Automobile Tires Wagon Sheets and Weber Wagon, Furniture, Rugs, Hats, clothing, Shoes and Boots, Ball Band Rubber Goods, Heating & Cooking Stoves, Sherwin-William- h the cliraictt, ttw. how true li a toot coiti until ) "mi know liow , , it :i c"'nc to nrr. Count thj . wrar tM ou ptt frrni "Rill-RanJ- " Toot rat ml jw w. I Mt that it ciei the ctcjtcit money. ttnicc lur lite ll't no pxjj in , "WI-KinJ- " 1 la the lone r t A BtJ IUI1 h Ike trait mjrt "lUILlUnd" :trr tf s Paints, Oils, and Varnishes. All Kinds of 'Groceries and Dry Goods. MEN'S SUITS $21.50 Men's suitfc, materialH fancy Cheviots and Worsteds, the same ah you have nhvays bought here at $:tr.00. $24.50 Sale price Men's suits, the best value ever offered in Men's fine tailored suitt. made of foreign anil domestic Donegal Tweeds, Hlue Serges, thut are all wool, this season's latest styles, many of them are the plain sack coats, others that nobby English effect suits that sohl for $33.00 $10.00, sale price Handsome black Thibet:), unfinished Worsteds suits also rich browns, greys and fancy diagonals, strictly hand tailored, and the very latest styles. $15.00 $36.00 values, sale price MEN'S PANTS Men's worsted pants, narrow gray stripes, and plain shades for dress wear, regular $10.50 values, Now $8.50 $1.98 Men's Khnki pants, $3.50 values, now Corduory pants, best grades $7.05 values, now $6.00 $4.95 leg form trousers, all beautiful patterns, $3,75 Men's Suits, $:i0.00 values, sale price THE KING OF EASY RIDERS Dulltwlth tit MEN'S OVERCOATS $22.50 and $25.00 grade overcoats are good, heavy coats, Unm collars, good length, tape seams, in grays, blue and browns, sale price $18.00 Men's line Overcoats in Knglish Ulster Cloth, also Meltons, and lteaver in grays and browns. Italian lined, worsted silk sleeve lining lapped sleeves. This coat is positively worth $110.00 or money back. Sale price $21.50 Young Men's regular models, smartly tailored in handsome selections of Cassimeres, Meltons, and etc., good looking greens, blues and browns, neat grays mixed anil combination patterns. These coats are all guaranteed. Our regular price Is $:8.50, sale price $30.50 BOYS' SUITS One lot of boys' Worsteds ami Scotch plaids and Cassimers worth $10.00, now go at Hoys' $1.1.95 Worsteds and Cassimers go at ..$10.98 Uelters, serges, fancy mixtures anil worsted, worth $15.50, go at $11.48 S1ZKS 5 to 17. ..-$6.- 98 cwj "UAUNKR" SUa Spring fletr the tctoal bugpy ol gsnulno riding comfort. line BANNER" BUQQY No. y, 5 Come in I Let us show you this buggy. It's upholstered with genuine leather and uud? with genuine leather quarter split hickory top, with hardwood frame lxxly and lonc-drg wheels. lfor comfortable, qualities, this buggy is without an equal on the market. easy-ridin- Becker & Ballard, Bryantsville The - Ontr I hacord. Loncastei , Ky.. Thursday Jan I 92 1 1 X HASELDEN BROS. 9 8 1 f A WHICH 20-DAY- i a 13 x YOU S CAN'T AFFORD TO MISS. A ONLY-2- 0 i 27th vf Friday, Jan. 7th, 1.921, to Jai In Order to Adjust Ourselves to the New Conditibns and to Reduce Our Stocks for Future Business, we nave f'T Decided to Conduct a Clearing Sale by Giving a pi 15 and 25 Per Cetit iscount On Every item 9 s j i! Through our Entire Retail Hardware Department. TOYS SKATES & SLEDS 25 SETS OF DISHES, 50 Pieces to Set STOVES RANGES Harness Department CABIMA- KITCHEN NETS KNIVES RAZORS SCISSORS WINCHESTER GUNS WASHING CHINES STEPHEN RIFLES CRESTENTOLO REFRIGERATORS OIL COOK STOVES OIL HEATING WAGON HARNESS, BUGGY HARNESS, PONY HARNESS, WHIPS, HALTERS, BRIDLES, LAP ROBES, AUTO ROBES, BUENA VISTA SADDLES, BOYS' SADDLES, ETC. LAMPS ELECTRICLEERS TIN WARE GRANITE WARE BUILDERS HARD- - BUGGIES JI 1 VARE ELECTRIC IRONS NICKLE CAS- - FARM IMPLEMENTS CUT GLASS SILVER WARE WATCHES CLOCKS i ( ! mm GRAPHOPHONES STOVES EVERYTHING IN THIS DEPARTMENT IS TO BE SOLD AT 15 PER CENT DISCOUNT. FOR CASH ONLY. SEROLES JEWELERY STATUARY VACES SHAVING SETS 3 PERCULATORS CHAFING, DISHES . TOILET SETS We- - GOODS SOLD FOR CASH ONLY. have one of the Largest Stocks of Hardware and Implements in Central Kentucky and' we are offering you the best standard line of goods that cantjtye sold. HASELDEN BROS. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY