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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): January 13, 1921 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1921 cen1921011301_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 13, 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. 12 Pates Today THE CENTRAL RECORD. LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON. JANUARY 13. 1921. j t SSI 12 Paget Today. THIRTY FIRST YBAR NUMBER 42. (Editorial.) THE TOBACCO SITUATION. of- Tho price that are being fered for tho tobneco on the loose leaf markets makes an unusual serious situation to all tho business interests in the . Hurley tobacco growing dis- .u. imMrfi.u. riinu,in.. m. i Km aMnln,r countica met In Lnn- - Its loss, recover it nnd capture thj Mondny Afternoon In re two men who are allrgad to hove ' The Lancaster tobacco market and Mrs. S. C. Denny, of this place, trict. And It Is well enough ..u (1m 9 kr i...L- stolen it DP'' hold iaem until the po- which closed on Janunry 4th., nfter was a shock to her friends nnd that tho people rcnlizo what where she often visltd ""chouses of this lice arrive and tukt them into cus- n few hours sale, resumed its salu at it means. It Is a situation that We venture to say that there Isn't In th,c tl he immediate future tody was the feat ef Mrs. J. I). tho Onrrnrd Tobacco Warehouse last nnd washere well loved nnd admired. so to be solved by the ..ate of Kentucky a better net of " is not going Hatcher, of Lancaster while In Lex- Tuesday morning promptly nt ten In telling of her death and beautianv excited or htifety steps on officer, than we have In these three 01 h ,oc" ,oWc 1mn,rkc,t The meeting wan court ington early Haturday morning. o'clock nnd by four in the afternoon, ful life, the Interior Journal say: part of some badly balanc the Denth is at all times aad, but It - nigh Prldnyahurtly after 8:00 about 200,000 pounds of the weed "rliim was packed or radical person, Mien The following officer, will serve h"M" an!1 thc is practically so when it come to n locality In the tobacco district ilurinc the year: Cltlzcna National cu nn i lammen, r.iany stanii ng in o'clock Mrs. Hatcher alighted from that pnsicd under tho hammer of John Scott, llasket nfter happy young wife nnd mother' aa it has troubles of its own and so Hank, II. P. Hudson, Pres't.; W. O. the Isles durinr the noctinc which her inncliine in front of thc Opera far as tho present crop is con- Ulgney. Asst. tn President; J. J. was called to nlcr by Judge I I House, on North Hreadway, nnd basket of very Inferior tobneco was did when Mrs. Pauline Hocker Polcerned nro compelled to deal Walker, V. Pre.; W. P. Champ, V. Walker, who was unanimously chos went to see the pcrformnnee of a sold at rediculously low pricea, but ler, wife of Itev. W. O. Poster, of I he iituatlon wan musical comedy playing an engage, tobacco with quality was bringing Jcllico, Tenn., breathed her last In with the situation in its own Pres't.; I.. C t'nvidsen. Cashier; J. on cnnirmnn. way. So far as this locality I., (illl, Am'L Cashier; W. P. Miller, gone over by Judge Wnlkcr nnd ex- mcnt in Lexington. When thc cur- good prices, yet much lower than last thc Knoxvillc (icncrnl Hospital nt 0:10 Saturday morning. Mrs. Posh concerned this crop of to- s't. Cashier; Mrs. N. C Hamilton, plained in detail to the growers who tain had fallen on the last scene Mrs. senson. tintrnrd eagerly and showed Intense Hatcher, upon coming from the theYostcrdny the sales shifted to thc ter wns taken ill nt her home, and bacco has been produced at a Teller. was. removed to Knoxville where she interest, the tobneen situation of thl atre, found that her machine wn Planters and (Jrowers Tobacco heavy expeusu and all business Unrrard Hank" A Company, and adjoining cnuntis. They were misaing from the place whore she hnd where nbout the same number might have the advantage of specialinterests, including merchants It. K. Mcllobcrts, Truit W. It. Pres't., told of tho action of many countle parked it. of pounds were sold ns on the previ ists. She continued to grow 'worse and bankers, have conducted Cook, V. 1WL; J. W. Elmore, ; nnd it was deemed necessary to oper-atIn asking that the 1021 crop be cut looking to a setShe telephoned the police inform- ous day, with very few rejections. S. Hopper and E. I Gndhcr-ry- . but complications were too great Sisfflc of thc baskets sold were ns out entirely and he also told them ing them of her lost and gnve an actlement with the growers out Ass't. Cashiers: Harry Tntnlinson to be overcome by even that heroic sale of this tobacco. A and E. V. Spnnnnmore, llookkeepcr, of thc closing of niany of the Loose curate description of the car. Po- fellows: atiihe Swope nml Varkc, llryantsvllle, treatment, and thc end came peacedisappointment in this regard Mis llettie Went, Ass't. Hookkeeper. Leaf houses in other parts of thc lice machinery was, immediately placstate. Talks were also made by J. ed in motion to locate the mtaing sold: 2'S nt $1.10; 215 at I2I.G0; fully nt thc hour mentioned above. would bring enormous losses National Hank, Alex It. Denny, K. r. t a beautiful life. Kobinson and others, each saying automobile. Mrs. Hatcher, however, to such business interests. In l'res't.; J. E. J8; Rift at S!13; 190 at $20; Thus ended a .jlii.t Hocker Aswas Storme. V. IWt. S. that the object ef thc meeting was wna cnill lutle fact, such losses as we are not nsl disposed to permit the police .0 nt $21; 20 nt l.:i0. I)ennv, Caihier: C. M. Thomiuon. .. .. .. .. , ...... .. prepared to take at this time A..t l I t'lli-- u l '""'n how they felt taxirnb and scoured the city. Morris at 1.00; 1K5 at $l.,1l; 131 bright, attractive her class and wasu l.li.. I'M t the county as irom ine grow- - to do all tho looking nnd obtained sold: U0 and Sowders, Stanford, school girl she led nnd lovable. As and If any one should stand Ilonkkreper; Hugh .Moberly, Oen'l. ,' . toward closing thc two local houses Through all thc street of tho city at 11.2S; 110 at $21; 26K nt $2H; loved possibly ns no othormcmbcr those losses it should be the j,OJ)k, J. for another week The sentiment accompanied by the tavienb driver 'SO nt S20.B0 200 at $28; 2!I0 at $0; of thc class wns. When she entered grower and not the creditors. college, succcm crowned her every of she seen $19.80; 800 The proposition for the growMASONIC LODGE tan the crowd was soon of the to favor stolenrode in hope of sighting her 200 at H6 at $!1.30. nt $5.00; 1.10 nt elfort and she wns enslly tho lender immediate opening machine. markets er to hold his tobacco for anand many expressed themselves In Plnnlly, shortly before 2 o'clock lien Sutton, City, said: 175 nt of her associates. As n yoling womother year, or even until May, was loved ami22A yry emphatic is not practical, as we soe it. Install New Officers opening m they terms for immediate Saturday morning as she waa driving $14; :i 10 at $80; 170 nt$4G; 245 nt an she disposition because of hermany her, imd wished to dispose of out Wost Main street. Mr. Hatcher $41; nt $37; 30 at $0.25; yo at able place, he is not preIn the first womanly virtues, and ns a wife and pared to take care of it if he Banquet Follows. 'hrtr priwvnt crop, although they sighted her car near Ccergetown f 1.00 wns nil that those great wrre aware tint the prices were ex- - street parked close to the curb. She Sanders and Hutehens sold: 25 at hnotner' was financially able to hold it, II ls not "'range that stopped, alighted, and looked In. $24.00; 210 at $11.00; 30 at $0.00; y,0T,is mcnnand should he attempt to hold IjiHrasUr Masonic l..!gc hotd It , ,M'Ky law. 'nd all unani- - The two men were inside. Accord- 215 nt $18.50; 110 at $22.00; S5 t friends, relatives and loved ones nro this crop of tobacco over the last Tuesday UrM ' A vo,' wa meetlne opn the market ing to police, charges were made thnt $22.00; 56 t. . $2d.0O; 115 nt $25; 0,VCI' ''own wi,'i Krlcf because she waste incidental to the delay and atnitit fifty members were pre. 136 at $21.50 210 nt $26.00 235 at)'1" ,e'1 thl,,n ""'l t,mt tno huunnd, would be far in excess, in our rut. It being the usual annual In- Tueiwlay morning, not a single vote thy had been drinking. "le father, the sisters, the brother, lloth were awnke, however, and $11.76 295 nt $18.60. judgment, to any increasing stallation of olficers, beside confer- - t the contrary. As n result of this meeting and at Mrs. Jlatcher kept them cerralod in Mays and ltoberts. Paint Lick, lhe aKC'' Krondmothcr sec no rifts In price that he would ever be r ng the Master Defiree Uhm three able to realize in the under- .slid Mates. Tho following elTlwrs j tU i'rnest request of many who her automobile while the taxieab sjld: 115 at $S.2S; 145 at $19.00; tlle K,oom t,iat encompasses them. to attend the meeting. driver who had accompanied her left 156 at $2t.00; 236 at $25.00; 246. Mn' "e wno tempers the wind to the taking. To prize the tobacco were iM4olld: John M. Purra. W. w,re ,amb Blvc them rcngth to and1 and send it to ( D Strother, S. W.; I C. thr 'I'rectars of the two local houses and telephoned the police that the at $S4.00; 176 nt $4.00 100 nt $10; horn place the same in storage, Davidson. J W.; John W. Wood. S. MM' "t they would continue the missing car had been recovered. 215 at $6.80; 9,0 at $4.80; 76 nt!hcnr ,hc uur,,cn anil Knca to help them on. Mrs. Pauline Foster was warehouses for months with i).: Weslev Dlckerson. J. I).: W. O. "" WB,cn w "one wit lueslay Detective Hanly immediately went $5.70. ngo last Itcuben Floyd. Wnynesburg, old:'born in s,anforJ al ' the crop in the hands of some Ittgne). Treas; A. D. Joseph. Seet'y;. r,l'rnlnr Thl brought to tuwn nn-- to the scene and took tho two men ,,to,r ,urK' crow'1 timateil by many Into custody nnd Mrs. Hatcher nfter 45 at $1.00; 70 at 521.00; 300 t November, her parents being J. S. one else, and all the inconveni1 Anderson. Tyler. of whom wre delivering her prisoners drave bamc $;tS; 100 nt $35; 120 at $1 ; 26 t!Hockcr und Snllle Dcnnl' ences attached to such an undelightful banquet was then "be 1,800 groweri U" ,,reaW nml w''ilc they thought In her car. Early tn life she united with the $4.00. dertaking would not suit the served at the City Itestaurant. the, tobacco grower, And the de- new Muster, John M. Parra being the the prices were entirely too lw.v they The two men when takr to the Lemny and Montgomery, Bourne, Christian church here and had so mand, therefore, of any out genial host. Short toasts were made were willing and anxious to sell nnd police, station gnve their names ns Ky., sold: 25, at $2.00; 110 at $5.00; "vd ns to be ever ready to meet coming by several ef the membets, which 'Ml so. as very few rejections were CibiUnmeo nml William Noe. both of 75 at $20; 175 at $33; 110 nt $33;'her maker. Six years ago she was communities, Ride Lexington. Charges of grand lar 250 at $40; 316 at $35; 95 nt $37;imrricd to Itev. W. O. Poster, who without any previous notice brought to a close one of the htt noted throughout the days sale. was her schoolmate at Transylvania. ceny were placed against both of the 80 at 18.75. would entail a hardship and meetings the lodge has had for runny ' Sarn Poster, aged five is the It. K. Doolln. sold: 260 nt $7.00; men. Neither was able to furnish JAMES WOODS sacrifice so great that the months. bond ami re placed In Jail. 200 $13.76; 210 at $28; 200 atfrult ot the union, nnd for this lit grower should be entitled to The two men "were not arralcncd In (2.1.50; 2G0 nt $4.10; 120 at $2.10.1 t,c" Kirl,who will never know a moth- Appointed Circuit consult his own interest and bacco tho only hope for a betpolice court Saturday morning, howW. T. Doolln sold 176 nt $30.00; cr' 'eve and care, there is unbound-.1- 5 wishes before he yields to the ter price is to either cut out a ever, their cases being continued by nt $2t.50 00 nt 14.00; 80 at (20; U'1' mpathy.j She will be well cared plan of his neighbors, how- year's crop altogether, or Clerk. Judge John J. Hiley, as Mrs. Hatcher 120 nt $7.00; 70 nt $2.10 215 at for. f courif, but denied the tender ever sincere his neihgbor may greatly reduce the aceragc j ministrations of a saintly mother is for and thereby raise and have for Judge Charles Hardin appointed was unable to return to Lexington $1.30. be in this undertaking mutual good. We therefore, sale less tobacco and handle it thu week Mr. James Woods, oldest from Ijincastcr following her all Arthur Ilenxley sold: 10 at $8.00: unfortunately little Sam's portion. conclude, that the Garrard better, thereby producing a on of Mr. and Mrs. J. 11. Woods, of night search and ride home. The 75 nt $27; 105 at $40; 105 at $39;i,t ls rather strange that although Poster had lived In several other County Warehouses should better In quality. other this cit. Circuit Court Clerk to fill cases will be called and disposed of 00 at 30; 60 at 10.60;'5 ot $2.00. Monday morning, as Mrs. .Hatcher Thomas Graham sold: 135 at 9.00; ttes, she was baptized, married, conMnuc open for the sale of words, the slogan of the tobac- - out thc unexpired term of Joe who resigned a few weeks ago has informed authorities that she will 150 at 13?cts.; 125 at $100; 150 at'aml ,,cr funeral wns preached in the tobacco so long as the growers' co grower should be "Less to- to accept a position as watchman at come to Lexington then to attend the $39.00; 95 at $34.00 225 itt $25; 205 j Christian church of this city. It is is, the ma- - bacco and a better quality, of this locality, that one of tho distilleries in Anderson trial. Lexington Herald. jority of the growers, wish From our view point and it t.Dtcts; 70 at $24; 120 at $11.00;!,,on,,:ln'rig of a coincidence, too, that county. The appointment of Mr. 90 nt $2.00. to furnish an open market .sidering the interests of our jJlrs. Morrison Ilright, who sang at Dr. Ilett Stock Tonic Increases 5 ocd Chandler ami Poynter sold: ',cr marriage, also sane at her the sale of their crops, cal community we favor not a Woods is a very populnr one nnd Hut dealing with the future cut out of the crop, but an or- Judge Hardin has made u wise le flow of milk. Stormss Dm; Store. at 15; 155 nt $12.00; 140 at cra'' nc being one of the quartet, Josephine Carpenter and $29; 215 at $25; 295 at $28 185 nt crpp, that is the VJ'Zl crop, galisation among the growers Action and one that we believe will presents a different question and a uniform reduction by be efficient and painstaking with the New Undertaking 290 nt $39; 246 at $40; 225 at!rs Morrison Uright, and Robert altogether. every body in the uoirage. rccorua oi thu court. Mr. Woods $4C; 200 nt $41; 100 at. $25; .210 atCartcr being thc others. For some "arlors. $.10; 230 nt $33; 105 at $30; 320 at time M 5,is I'auline Hocker she e believe that Garrard There are many people who while inexperienced in this line of' surrounding counties! are dependent altogether on work, under the tutorship of .Mr. Mr. W. O. Itigncy, who'hns occupi- 8V, cts.; 245 nt 10; 450 nt 14; 200 tnu'nt n Sunday school class here and should engage in the closest tlii; growing or tobacco Tor a Tom Wheritt. who will probably ed thc rooms over thc Citizens Na- nt 5.90; 80 at 2.00; 90 at $1.40; n,ul 11 ' mre than probable that with all the Hur- livelihood upon whom it would couch him for u while, he will take tional Hank for a number of years 300 at $2.40. Jlier good Influence was Instrumental In bringing to Christ many of the ley growing districts in deal- work such a hardship to cut to it rapidly and prove to his friends has just moved his undertaking parmembers. The toss of such a woman ing with the question in the out the cron altogether that it thnt he is the right roan in the right lors to the room recently vncated by PAN.A CE.A Makes Mens Lay. Stormet Drug Store, to any community is inestlmntable future. The open and gener- would be lietter to stiller the;i,"'r' Miss Minnie Ilrown on Danville St. ' .and Lincoln county, her birth place, . ., . al discussion of the tobacco production of a small crop and , , c, These rooms hnve been overhaului book growing business gives all a a oetter crop, ue iiiiiik tnai Northern rlovar your order far bait ed to suit the requirement of Mr. meal,, fruit,, cand.es etc. Every-- ) and timothy trd. , nnd b Hch timely notice as to how to ar- rranufacturers could and Hudson and Farnau. Itigney, who now possesioa one of hing sanitary-a- t City Rwtaurnnt on ;ilfalh. range future plans. There is would pay a living price for a mcrdfu, (;0b,M8 thc most modern parlors of this Lexington St. H. Gulley, Prof. anJ caro fof thc iu,e no question but what we are small, well handled crop of to- Christian Church Noteschar,,cU'r ,n lhe "tntc- producing more tobacco than bacco in 1921, such a crop as Huccor nnd solace to tho husband, .i c C. The subject of the sermon nt the Service. father, sUtcrs. brother, and grand- tho present consumption re- the consumer requires. How Humphrey. quires. There is already a ever, this plan must be worked Chr.stinn church next Sunday morn- Messrs. Wnde Walker, James wother nnd all othmNvb.oo hearts "Lancaster, Is She All! large the dear oh, js no and aur- - out by a complete, unsclttsil, i'nB will Death has hovered its icy wings O'llcarn and Homer DIand took the b,ectl among, Night: it will be u frank but over the home of Itus Humphrey exaralnntion for civil service hut Sa- - aTe in "h- An Immense crowj willing pjus in the lower grades of consideration of local condi- - and took from them tn dear wife turday before George Smith, Jr. natlierod nt thc Chrlstlnn church- This is admitted by!'the growers. It is unconsci-i''1"1'- )' . ... . I i pica all. And the law of supply .ousable, unjust amiI unoear-- i ' l,u,, ...f.L .1 . ..I uini u. nnytnmg and mother. She hnd been ill for Thc examination Is for tho vacan- - iun'ay afternoon for the funeral ! Hrazclton'a splendid and demand without regard to able for a part of the growers H wrong, it bo corrected. All nrei several months whn en Sunday, ey for mail carrier on Itoutc No. n.,nI ,cvany complaint of a monopoly to reduce the crop and make ' Invited tohear the discourse, Dec. 20th the Lord departed berj formerly held by II. C. Ford, who,'lcrmon must have been comforting to tho distressed nnd balm' for the ifrom her sulToring and took her has recently resigned. that may exist among the buy- the sacrifice and fight for a liv- aching hearts, The burial followed Win More Honors ers would result in a lower lllg price and the selfish far-home to rest, whr. hr fan will be ." in HulTalo cemetery, price. The grower must real mer to increase his crop or . ury nu more pinched by suffering nor USinCSS Changes. otmry grand-daughtw BANKS OF CITY 1,000 GROWERS MRS. JIM HATCHER MARKET REOPENS End Comes " Elect Officers Last jVote Unanimously To Recovers Stolen Car Large Crowd On The To Beautiful Life. Tuesday. Tho death of Mrs. Paulino Hocker Continue Market. And Holds Drivers. Breaks Tuesday Poster, wife of Itev. W. O. Poster, Tlie three local hank of Ijtnrnster of Jcllico, Tenn., and A To lose one's autnmr'dle, report Morning. 'cast 10000 growers of thin 1....1...1 ii. ..i.i ,iun..nM i.., t.. . I'll. 1111(1 IUI. ..l. . and niece of Mrs. Mnttle Duncan 1 ret-ntiv- es ... '' i i auc-i.one- er Ware-Itaus- c Cash-ler- tHeir-bwrincs- s e, V 1 ! Xf t' I - r.i-ut- i j rs I J they-we- i Hurn-sid- e, con-the- m lo-f- or fun-17- - ! 'J Mcs-$2- 0; i j , ' over-producti- lue - ' I - I price this general falling oil" the markets. The handling of the trust or monopoly condition of the manufacturers who buy the tobacco must be left to the courts and public olHcialH, who may be encouraged in doing t,heir duty dealing with tho trusts by a strong organization among tho tobacco growers, which wo believe should be maintained for the good of the tobacco growing Induatty. Every toikeco grower ought to belong to an organization to deal with all questions affecting his interests. Hut at tho present time, ..with an of to- in in over-producti- " "lxl Minn ot luivo vrnw his iihiiiiI i lluw t..U-.-t waeHl by disen.i been reduced in price from ing advantage of his neighbor i''ntf viJ!c. ha f,l1,,e'1 ",or" laurcU tot " hav.l,w wo" .at rtllllilntn fit). Int'dll s nne.hnlf to and tn. in the common cause. This:t.hwl'.IUt " V. " . would naturally reflect applies not only to thu grow-- 1 tho Music Hall Poultry Show nt Cin- bacco that nil fnrin two-third- i pi-iu- ' .,Mt .Wn,r...n.. N...nn .uur 'The ilttl.lts tl I . Mtstlk each county, but wise to the relation of ono county to another and of ono district to another, and to the whole tobacco growing sec lion. If there is to bo a cut out let it be universal and not, a plant be set in the field. If there is to be n reduction in the crop, which we favor, let the reduction be universal and no grower violate the moral obligation to stand by Ids neighbor and no county violato its obligation in going back on its neighbor county in whatever plan may be finally agreed upon in dealing with the 1921 crop. ITS ill to th otl,'r mcmblra nn! thc rcjlltivw. lt.r 0wn children be.'"",e ' '" l" "rvl- ing left is Mrs. Mary Davis of Crit- - v""a'" before and will mako n speel- ndvn. Ky.. Mrs. John Musters, of to satisfy all of IN old cus- and Indlnnla and Mrs. Wesley llourne ?' Im e n ldritnrsl n flu lutlii ' 'and Herman Humphrey of lli.s place. 0Ur wl" "' ,in, of bu'ncM- Mike" Alto Mrs. Hranson Locke Mrs. PNew ',r,Ic" n ?" i. ii t . ii urceu, .ur, ... i l,,-- ,. rrank Hnrdwick, Mrs. .Ur zn ' . with thn IawmI . .i.nlfly " 'lr'ny Mrs. Kelln Arnold Francis who has Alex llourne. Hill Walt nnd Clate ""T conducted one of Uio most un.to.date all of. this Iiavi? to sell, wu pay tho best market . .... I . .. . . I If- I.I ...Illl i . rxuiuiisiiiuriiia in vi'imui I .urn. ,1 iiiiiiuii-iivkii iiuniiurey tnui I'ycr It.... n ge us bforo selling VOUT Kentucky for a number of years has christian life since early childhood. 'vm,a com 1 nay etc ' sold this week a one-hainterest In She. was laid to rest in tho Ijincastcr tho business to Miss Iva Lee Smith,, cemetery beneath a bcuutiful mound Notice. well known here where she has trim- of flowers to await tho coming of all med for Mrs. Francis for several who aro left behind. We will now receivo Ilonds of the years. We aro delighted to have A precious one from us is gone, Fourth Issue for conversion Into per- Miss Smith locate with us pcrnian A place is vacant in our home that minant Uonds. Please bring them ently and predict for the new firm A plac Is vacant In our home that in promptly. unbounded success. Garrard Uand and Trust Co, never ran be filled. fourteen f n,n10,n en,'' "u ,Thc " f "ubit?J u',Uc ",moulh veck 1 l'f,l'T !'",,, 'm 'T, , ' ' V. wis Lancaster Flour mtmbtr of sw . rl" 'vlnir Mills hnve rn. ' J,r. W. sold his interest in Broaddus. Mr. Mnto Uronil.tuir. il 71 vonr born nnd raised in Garrard county died at his home on Crab Orchard Sunday ..vonlm-- fi.r .n ui. wprVlL nf nn,,mnnU niM nt tu. ' 1,10 ,1.e",ft'C4, .w" .Prominently con- nectcd throughout the county being a brother of Mrs. Hen K.lley. Mrs. Iary Lane and Messrs. (Jcorge and William Uroaddus. Ho is survived by his widow, who is a sister of Mrs. Dave Rosa of this city. Ho also leaves four children, nil grown and married with the ex- ceptlon of ono daughter, Mis Uettio Uroaddus, who lives in Detroit, Mich. Funeral service- were held at the lato homo last Tuesday mornlnjr, in- terment following In the Lancaster cemetery. ni-.-- Z t 1 Firm. 1 "la"u" yu 1 1 lf won Thfi ':entr;l Racord. Lancastor. Kv.. Thursday. Jan 13, 1921 sue 6 I i OF Entire Stock Without Regard to Original Costfor 30 Days CL.OTHIING, SHOES and GENTS FURNISHINGS HOUSE OF QUALITY JAME CARTERSVILLE w. nt this H LANCASTER KENTUCKY. BUCKEYE Mr. Oscar Ray was In Lexington Tuesday on business, Mr. T. O. IIIII and Mrs. Tolbott Jenkins were in Danville Wednesday. Sand, Portland Cement, Rock, and llritk. liudton and Parnau. Mr. and Mrs. Jnpor Neel, of .Mr- duun county visited Mr. and Mrs. JUy Noel Inst week. Miss Lotto tfnst enlrtniad sever- al of her friends at a birthday party, on Wdnesdny evening. CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK. i Miss Virginia Conn Is ill writing. Mr. J. P. Turner and family have moved to Hyattsville. Mrs. W. S. Parsons of Ilerea, is visiting .Mr. Wm. Parsons. Mr. Andy Conn and family moved to their new house at the Oil Well. "Lay or Duit" Featl will make your hens lay. Hudson and Farnau. Finlon Jennings, son of Mr. and Mrs. 11. F. Jennings is very ill with the flu. Mr. Noah Anglin has purchased Mr. 11. F. Jennings' property, price You Must Replace the Wear OF LANCASTER KENTUCKY. Comer Pul.llc Square and Danville Street. and Tear on the Human System s t SURPLUS $60,000.00 CAPITOL $50,000.00 WE STRIVE TO SERVE. W. O. Rigney, Ast Cashier J. Louis Gill, Teller. W. F. Miller, Mr. N. H. Hamilton, Asst Teller and Cnshicr. Book-keepe- r. Book-keepe- r. ' - G. Davidson, I Mrs, Meade Tenter f I.ancer. spent from Wednesday until Sunday! $500.00. with Mrs. Mai Carter and Mrs. J. P.! Mr. and Mrs. Felix Pennington are Prather. UN ROLL OF HONOR REPORT OK THE CONDITION visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Herbert Whrttakcr nnd Mrs. DF"OSIT HERE AND SAVE YOUR MONEY. Of Th. C. S. Roop. Robert Carter entertained several Mr, IS. G. Smith has sold his prop- of their relatives to dinner en ThursBANK erty to Mr. Bynum Davis, price day and Friday. No. 1403. $1,000.00 will Rev. Price of Louisville, OF LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. AT THE Rev. Mosser i holding a series of preach here Sunday A. M. at 11:00 meeting at Carters Chapel, assisted o'clock ami Sunday evening nt Ci30, CLOSE OF BUSINESS ON DECEMBER 29, 1820. by Miss ElTiu Henn, as singer. Jan. 23rd. Business meeting SaturRESOURCES Little D. O. Carter, son of Mr. and day at 2:90 o'clock, Jan. 22nd. Loans and discounts, including rediscounts (exCarter, is improving Mrs. I). M263,670.89 $263,676.89 Mr. llobart Price and family, of j cept those shown In b nnd c) slowly after several days illness. 19.06 Richmond, have taken rooms with Overdrafts secured, None; unsecured Mr. J. I). Carter, Miss Myrtlo Car- Mrs. Owen East. Mr. Price having Deposited to secure circulation (U. S. bonds par 50,000.00 value ter, Master John II. Carter and Mrs. come to All the unexpected term of Pledged as collateral for State or other deposits or Leslie Wylic are victim of mumps. Prof. Cranflll, who has been the pnn-- , bills payable 35,000.00 18,000.00 Mr and Mrs. Ellis Pitts ami at- ciple of the High School since Sctp. Owned and unpledged THE UNIVERSAL CAR 103,000.00 Total U. S. Government securities I opened Monday A. M. with tractive little daughter, Lohrum, of S Securities, other than U. S. bonds (net including Norton, Ya., and Mr. and Mrs. J. L. good attendance. 22,872.50 stocks), owned and unpledged Out of the more than 3,000,000 Ford cars and daughter, Laura, of Itcrca, visit22,872.60 Total bonds, securities, etc.. other than U. S. now in use, about sixty percent have been sold ed relatives in Cartcrsvillc Saturday. Stock of Federal Reserve Rank (50 per cent of This Will Astonish 3,000.00 subscription) to farmers. Probably no other one thing has Miss Thelma Robinson and Mr. J (1,000,00 6,000.00 Value of banking house, owned and unincumbered brought to the farm so much of comfort and John Van Winkle married In Rich1,000.00 Furniture and fixtures profit as has the Ford car. It has enlarged 22.8I7.C8 mond, Dec. 29th. Miss Robinson is Lawful reserve with Federal Reserve Rank... The quick action of simple witch-haxe- Cash in vault and net amounts due from national the social life, doubled the facilities for marketthe attractive dnughtcr of Mr. and 50,567.20 banks Robinson, Mr. Van camphor, hydrnstis, etc., as Mrs. Sherman ing, brought the town next door to the farm, 59,667.20 Total of Items 12, 13, 14, 15 and 10 eye wash, will sur- Checks on banks located outside of city or town Wlnklo is the son of Mr. Wesley Van mixed in multiplied for the farmer the pleasures of living. 354,90 prise l,ancaster people. One girl Winkle. of reporting bank and other cash items.. A family car without an equal in low cost of with weak, strained eyes wns help- Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer and due 2.500.00 from U. S. Treasurer operation and maintenance. Wc solicit your WOLF TRAIL application. Hor ed by a single Interest earned but not collected approximate order for one now because the demand is large mother could hnrdly sew or rend be 37.14 on Notes and Hills Receivable not past due A number of folks in this vicinity cause of eye pains. In ane week and continually increasing. ' arc attacked with a severe cold. TOTAl $484,875.37 she too was benefited. Wo guaranMr, and Mrs. Harrison Ray spent tee a small bottle of Lnvoptlk to help LIAUILITIES. the day Sunday with Mr. Mose Ray ANY CASE weak, strained or inflam- Capital 60,000,00 stock paid in ed eyes. Aluminum eye cup FREE. not interested in nny car except Ford nnd family. 60,000.00 Surplus fund McRobcrts Drug Store. Undivided prefits 11.917,61 Mr. and Mrs. Homer Ray were1 Advertisement. 4,213,67 Less current expenses interest, and taxes paid... 7,703,94 . dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Powell Interest and discount collected or credited in adDaily Monday. vance of maturity and not earned (approxiCOY mate) 2.38 Cament, Rock, and Sand, Portland 851.69 Amount reserved for taxes accrued Brick. Hudson and Farnau. 49,200,00 Mr. and Mrs. Jim Sanders were Circulating notes outstanding 3,680,03 one day last week on Net amounts duo to national banks Mre. W. T. Moberlcy in Mr. and Certified checks outstanding 123.10 business. oent the week end with Mr. nnd Total of Items 28, 29. 30, 31 ami 32 .3,803,13 Mrs Walter Casey. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Clause was the Individual deposits subject to check 293,314,33 Total of demand deposits (other than bank deMr. and Mrs. L Miss Eunice Casey returned to bar XHOst Friday of posits) subject to Reserve. Items 31, 34, 35, family. 20M1-L3home Saturday after a two weeks Cobb ami 30, 37 and 38 The little infant baby of Mr. and Rills payable, other than with Federal Reserve visit with relatives here. (including all obligations representing Rank Mrs. Dlllnrd Simpson, who has been Misses Ilsrnlee and BbmIc Tenter ill money borrowed other than rediscounts) 30,000,00 Sure Thing. k better nt this writing. Prolifle Hen Honored. the attractive guest of Mrs. hut don't care wr Care may kilt Soino time ago u puldlc funeral wns Mr. and Mrs. I. Ii. Duncan and! TOTAL $184,675.37 Boston Traiiwrlpt. Ilusth Moboriey last week. ircunled by the villagers of Zolingen, '.ills more. children were the pleasant guest State of Kentucky, County of Garrard, ss: I, S. C. Denny, Cashier of the abovo-nameSwitzerland, tu n hen that died bank, do solemnly swear MIm Jessie II. Ray nnd Master Joel of Mr. nnd Mrs. Joase Dunean. No Room for More that tho above statement Is truo to the best of my knowledge nnd after lny.ii lt thousandth Sim. Hay "You oujht to read tlm newspapers Ray visited Mr. and Mrs. Lexington, belief. S. C. DHNNY, Cashier. Miss Irene Harden of egg; and a granite tombstone wax afdifferent opinion." "Opin- and .Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Wedite- - punt the Xtnns holidays with her Subscribed and sworn to before me this 8th. day of January. 1921. terward erectrd by lliem over Its Kid get ii Lord, day and Thursday. mail, I linve thrcu ion' CimkI 1 G. Davidson, Notary Public. (ruve. parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Harden. Diirtiuouth My commission expires January 8th, 1924, n tlt'llgtitful day wns served and Mrs. Patsy Simpson nnd son, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Dailey and son Correct Attest: J. E. Storrae Jesse, wcro tlio guests of Mr. and v.eru the guosts of Mr. and Mrs. John Alex R. Denny iwimwiiim i in i viaiinif.niwmiiiw Mrs Hill Matthews and family on G. I). Swinebroad Dailey Sunday afternoon. , Thursday. Directors. Mr. nnd Mrs. John Dailey ontor-- t Mr. James Henry Clouse, who has' a I tied Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Allen sasgrrie-- rim cr:rjH.M.M 1 14 uacurwa cp srynraw. Tenter, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Sewers, been in Cincinnati for some time on Ol5 I ANCASTEK. account of his eyes, has returned to) Mr nnd Mrs. Hunter Darks and little home. I daughter. A bonteous dinner was his Capitol Mr. and Mrs. Dilnrd Simpson and spent by nil. two children and Miss Oslo Hill spent! Roll Dunk Sunday night with Mr. and Mrs. You'll hove to come a juiupin IT you Want this Tod Simpson and family. t. A. R. DENNY, President. J. E. STORM ES, Mrs. Mnttle Harvey and Pearl! S. C. DENNY, Cashier C. M. THOMPSON, Teller. Matthews spent from Friday until NOHV DaCR PAUL ELLIOTT, Individual Five miles from Lnnaistcr, rich Intnl. Iiouto nnd Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Len Cobb WtthUMt i"jIMlf llml SI, frirnia (It la the trctfottftt llcb, !10 acres In ijrnss, orchard. Only and family and other relatives. 1,200.00 down or HUGH MOD LEY, General lillrr. Klnootm, tu DuA'tVMfJittMirartl b will trade for other property. TeriiiH rensonnhlf. Get busy. MoodTe Misses Irene, Cora and (mm othtr IfealtnraU fall!. WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. llunl'Satfliafrlrvrt bua Harden, Jesse Kent were thb guests 4edof tuclaiaw. Youcaa't Mmth Iota aa our (5. B. Swlnebroad, Alex R. Denny, J, II. Posey, J. E. Stormw, Saturday night and Sunday of their CmrialM. Try it at aur lUk sister, Mrs.. Casey Naylor and LANCASTKR, KY. C. Denny, A. T. Sanders, Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors. I. 0. Box J72. iuusi. rrwa in i STORMES DRUG STORE R, F. Hu S. G. Gibbs, DIRECTORS r., Pre J. J. Walker, L. U Walker, Shirley Hudson, W. F. Champ. J. W. Sweeney Did you ever stop to consider goo. I health. Many people have found S. S. S. what a tremendous task is placed upon your human system every a great aid in keeping their system Ileing such a in good condition. dayT Vior heart Is constantly pump- fine blood tonic ami system-builde- r ing life nnd vitality to every part S. S. S. strengthens nnd enriches of our body. This is being rap-M- tho blood supply, and gives new ..umcd after being turned vigor ami vitality to the whole int ' nergy nnd strength that ldy. km year system performing its S. S. S. Is sold by all druggists. Write for frco literature and full a functions. v.v -1 y day there It a certain Information to Chief Medical Adamount of wear and tear that must viser, 162 Swift Laboratory, Atbo replaced. If you nru to enjoy lanta. Ga. l; NATIONAL - , Lancaster People l, Haselden Bros Garage. .... j 0 t d THE NATIONAL BANK $50,000. Honor Surplus 4.50,000. VJco-Pres- ' INSTANTLY ACRE msEsum 33i FARM IJook-kecpe- r. Book-Keepe- r. J. W. BEASLEY Sell Your Tobacco OVER OUR FLOORS LATEST IMPROVED NORTHERN LIGHTS. SALES HELD DAILY. I Courteous Treatment and as Prompt Service as Competent Men Can Give. ..DON'T OFFER YOUR LOW GRADES OR DAMAGED TOBACCOS. THERE IS NO MARKET FOR IT, PLANTERS AID GROWERS TQBACCG WAREHOUSE CO STANFORD STREET. W. A. SPEITH, Incorporated JAKE GttAW, Starter. LANCASTER, K ENTUCKY, Manager. JOE KELLEY Floor Manager. j i DO YOU CATCH COLD JEASILY? Your Vitality Is PEPTO-MANGA- Low-Resista- nce Lancaster School Notes Weak. With the beginning of a new year YOU NEED the school, after a very delightful holiday, has made resolution to Rick, Rd Blood Will Stranglhsn make the remaining school term more successful than the past one. You And Put You On Your j Under the leadership of Prof. Iloyd F..I AU To Rvslst Cold. and the teachers we feel sure that the rsolutions wc have made will be Our system normally healthy accomplished, houlii never catch cold. Your body it adjusted to take cure of sudden A Slp Toward Visual Education. changes l the weather. A motion picture machine is to be It U when you lire run down and established in the Lancaster school your vitality in low that your lilood provided the students of the school Then take get 490 subscriptions to the "Countcannot adjuit lUelf. cold. ry" Gentleman," n very fine agricul-tua- l If you keep your blood in good magazine. condition, with plenty of red corpus-tie- , A demonstration of the machine you will be strong and your was given Wednesday mo mini; in the body will easily adjust itself to sud-de- n Au'litorium and it proved to be n chnnges. You will throw oil the splendid one. This machine will be rnld germs that go flying into the n fine addition to the school and we nir when someone with a cold think a ureal help to the classes. sneezes. A person got nnd retains n more men, women and chil vivid impression through the eye dren eat well. They have plenty of than in any other way. Since this They go along with n smile is true the Ijinciistcr school is taking energybecause they feel rijjht. n step forward in educationthe successful Try Three prixes will be given to the tonic. It is n wonderful builder. three pupils getting the highest num Take it for awhile till you feel right. tier of subscriptions. The prixes n is widely and hcartl-l- y n re: first $fi.0l) cash, second, Water endowed by physicians. It is ef man fountain pen, third n silver fective and easy to take. It Is pre evershnrp pencil. pared In both liquid and tablet form. We hope to secure the The medicinal properties are the lion of the community and ns the same. "Country Gentleman" will benefit Sold at any drug store. Hut be you and the subscription will help sure you get the genuine Pcpto-Mathe school. IM.KASK SUHSCRIHK. gan "Gude's." Ask for It by name Sjrl.r Talks To School Girls, and be sure the full name, "Gude's Mits " Miss Syler from the extension deis on the package. (Advertisement.) partment of the University, of Kentucky of which .Mr. Wllllngton Patrick Is the head, spoke to girls of 0th, "Sir." Like Doctor Johnson, Mr llaxlltt 7th., Kth., grades and High School addressed everybody ns Sir. The Thursday morning. Her plan Is to youngest and tnoi lutln nte of tils club to which all friends was not exempt from this rule, organise a sewing girls are eligible, meetings to be held unless Mr. Ilatlltt hnpix-ml be In an unusually happy and cordial hu- once a week. She showed samples mor. Mr. C II. Itcynell'M sons, whom of work to be done and outlined a ha knew as well as his ovn child, three year course. were almost Invariably saluted In All the girls enjoyed the talk and what would now appear a ludicrously seemed very much Interested and formsl manner; but Indeed this mod hope the plan will be carried out. of allocution had not gonr out then so Miss Wcstovcr, the community entirely si It has In mir diijr. It. IL Htoddnl, nunc, visited the High School this d Pepto-Mnngnn, Pcpto-Mangan Pcpto-Mnngnn,- She gave n splendid talk on hygiene telling us how easy it was to spread ditrutcs if you are careless and how easy they could be prevented by taking a little precaution. She will come again next week, this time giving us an eye and whispering lest and finding the average weight week. High school regrets very much to lose two of IU members, Messrs. J. R. Haselden und A. C. Sanders, who have gone to London, Tvnn., to attend the military school there. All wish them joy and success in their new location. .Mr. Henry- - Cox has stop and look up at the signs over nnUville, spent the latter part of the the business houses and scratch his week with her daughter, Mrs. J. R. noticing his Duncan here. A stranger head. strange behavior, nsked: "What's the CE-PAN-Makes Htns Lay. matter, son?" Stormes Drug Store. S. D. "I was just thinking, Old ' Duncan, of Mr. nnd Mrs. Sam man Co. must own nearly all of LexHurgin, were guests of relatives here ington." and were accompanied j last week Stranger "Who?" You see home by tholr niece, Miss Mabel S. D. "Old man Co. his name on all the stores. Sec Montgomery. Miss Lillian Duncan, who has been Smith and Co. and Jones and Co." very low with pneumonia is slowly Improving. Mr. Robert Preston, who has been ill for some weeks is : . Hymn Quickly Compose. Perhaps the most quickly wrlttta Icy kjran was "From Greenland's Mountains," which was composed by n Bishop Heber lu little more than minutes. If-tee- afteTToijTyears Testimony ' improving. Rev. Manly, of Georgetown, will Old Boston Burying Grounds. shaken. After tho oldest burying grounds ia from school a few days Time is the best test of truth. fulfill his appointment here Saturday Boston wero forsaken for newer onei, I lerv Is a Lancaster story that has afternoon, Sunday morning nnd eveweek. stood I tin test of time. It Is a story ning. There will also be prayer they were allowed to go uncared for, Kvcry citizen of Garrard County with a point which will conic straight and In these years of neglect stones meeting at 0:30. wcro stolen, moved about, broken and should help the school get a moving homo to many of us. W. II. Zanone, Crab Orchard St. Mr. nnd Mrs. Shelby Sherrow' lost In Copp'a 1 111 burying ground, picture machine by subscribing for Lancaster, says: "My kidneys were moved Saturday to the place of Mr. up the street from the Old North the "Country Gentleman." Irregular In action and the secre- Millard Hamm, Mr. Humm having church, stones were filched to Oil la I had tions contained sediment. boles In chimneys and prop up doorGRINS AND GROANS. nnd Mrs. steps pains throuRh my back nnd sides and moved to Point Lcavcll around the neighborhood. I I stooped could hardly Incx Ruins and children of Point when Social Item. straighten. Ptnslly I used Doan'a Leaved moved to the place vacated I Apostics crcsd. I procured at Mr. Samuel Klliott expects to Kidney Pills, which The orlxln of tho Apostle's Creed Is Mclloberf Drug Store, and they by Mr. Karl Crow. in Stan- completely relluved mu of all tho spend the next week-ennot fully determined. It Is supposed j Consolidated to have been tnken from the confesThe ML Hebron ford. trouble." OVKU KOl'R YHARS IJVTUR Mr. 'School began Jan. 3rd., with Prof. sion of I'elei (Mark 10:10) and froa Clyde "Didn't I Just hear the Zanotm saldr "1 gladly confirm all Hrown, of Taylorsville principal and tho baptismal Invocation which deter1 said clock strike ten?" In my former endorsement or Miss Kniinu Holtzclaw of this county mined the irtiiltiirlan order and aro "You certain- Doan'a Kidney Pltls. I have very ! Lucille (yawning) The earliest mention of Intermediate teacher, Miss Oldham, rangement. trouble with my kidneys now, but of Richmond came Monday as Prim- the Apostle's t'nvd Is found In the ly have n good memory." when 1 do I can depend on Ikwn'a St ary teacher. The enrollment was works of In Ireuneus against heresies. Miss Heard "What Is density?" for they nlways relieve me." Vt! A. IX. when about 80 Ho died Don't Trice COc. at all dealers. Karl Jivvopo "I can't define it but years old Imply ask for a kidney remedy get I can give n good Illustration." Doan's Kidney l'llls tho same that Miss Heard The illustration is' Mr. Zanono had. Expansion of Watsr. White nearly all substances nre good, sit down." Mfrs.. llufT.ilo, N. Y. heavier In solid form than In tbo Miss Itobiiison wus trying to teach I liquid state, ordinary lc Is lighter Hen Kuvannugh to read with cxprcs-- j (Establishment MT. .HEBRON of airplane mall than water and will float In It This li i ion. service between Atlanta and Chicago duo to the fact that as It approaches "Where nre you going?", rend ' Mr. J. C. Crawford Is on tho sick by way of Cincinnati is said to be tho freezing point water begins to expand, and wher. It It expands Hen laboriously list. nuurcd following u survey of the so as to Increase Its freezes. about volume "Try that again, said .Miss Itobin-The Infunt of Mr. nnd Mrs. Karl route by n number of business men, This sxpunstve force Is suffison. "Read ns it you were talking. Doolln is on the sick list. headed by T. Stewart Hlulr, manager ciently strong to break glass nnd Notice that mark at the end." of the Cincinnati Aircraft Company, earthen pitcher and to split open d meal, 43 cent cotton Hen studied the interrogation rocks In the crevices of which n dispatch from Cincinnati recently gn-n- t Hudson and. Farnau. for catlU. point a moment and then said: water 1ms froen, said. "Where nre you going, little butDr. Ilvss Stock Tonic increases Fields have been obtained with A Brief Triumph. ton hook?" flow of milk. Stormss Drug Store. the exception of u necssary landing! The most embarrassing moment of Swope "Durling, I Just can't exnnd place at Lexington, but C. W. Dunn, ray life happened during my college Keith Mr. and Mrs. Uryan press my feelings." We children, of Kokomo, Intl., are visit- secretary of the Lexington Chamber days, writes a correspondent of Commerce, has promisd that a wcro all sitting at the dinner table of Maymc (With a weary sigh) ing relatives here. field will be in readiness by February the college boarding house, each try. "Try Parcels Post." Mr. Oakes Montgomery moved last Ifith. Ing to outdo the other In Intellectual Mr. Hoy d "Translate, Hnec in week to their farm of Mr. J. C. WilDeliveries will be shoriened from remarks. I had Just finished what I Gallia, est Importante." a liams, near Uuena Vista. fivo to twenty-fou- r hours over exist- considered liftedparticularly bright comI u enp of colTea to my Kugcnla Dunlap "Hike Into Mrs. A. S. Dean spent a part of ing schedules, the telegram stated. ment lifts with nn air of triumph, when sudGaul, It Is important." last week with Mrs. Harvey Dean, Tho rates for mall will be - cents denly tlio chair was silting on During the Xmas Holidays S. D. near Little Hickman, who was very an ounce, tho same as postal rates. and I sank lu the floor, allowCargoes will be Insured. No passen- ing the cup of menruliig coffee to pour Cochran went to Lexington, while ill. all over my f and clothes. walking down the street, he would Mrs. Hettle Montgomery of Dry- - gers will bo carried. been absent this past Lancaster Rtmalns Un- ialio Apestla Opoona. "Apostle spoons," called also "got-tispoons." were, gilt spoons given by the sponsors or "gosslpa," to a child at Its christening. They were bees ii c each spoon had a figure of an apostle on the handle. Wealthy people gave the whole twelve a post lea; those of lcs means and generosity gave I he four evangelist. p I 1 Nrs d ' lit-tl- ., 'Aerial Mail Will Link Atlanta With Chicago 1 one-nint- h. pr ktl I- - col-Ispi- The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Jan 13 92 1 1 . Good TobaGco Bringing Good Prices NO MARKET FOR INFERIOR OR DAMAGED TOBACCOS. We insist that these Grades be left at home for a later market. We will get you the highest prices to be gotten in the state. Daily Sales. Garrard CAMPBELL Tobacco Warehouse LANCASTER, Co, KY. STREET. Incorporated. Tandy Quisenberry, Starter. Geo. Brown, Floor Mgr. Sheriffs Sale FOR DELINQUENT Sheriff of I. A. K. WALKER. Garrard County, will on 21th., 1921 MONDAY. JANUARY name being County Court Day, offer for tale At the Court House door, at Lancaster, Kentucky, the following real property, returned delinquent, me being the nmount due for State. County and School Taxes, for the year 1920. Said sale to begin nl ONE O'CLOCK, Standard time. The nnmes of those paying before that time will be stricken from the A .K. WALKER, Sheriff list. of Garrard County. Di.trict No. One (white) Ilenton, Roll., -, 1 acre,..? 0.47 40.00 Hurnsldc, M. S., Lawn lot- -. 10.25 Hibbard. E. C, Lawn lot,- -. I- Taxes Tankcrsley, Elitabcth, 50 Miss l.o ric Rrown nnd brother, acres .. .10.15 guests of Harris, were the week-enTudor, Harris, 12 acre 6.15 Miss Agnes Simpson. Turner. H. S., 15 acres, 20.90 Dr. Ilett Stock Tonic Increases Turner, II. P., 25 acres .12.14 (low of milk. Stormet Drug Store. Underwood, Dave, 10.87 acre Miss Vclma nnd Master Fred Hill Vanhook, W. N. 51 ncres. 23.94 Wilder, Ewin, 70 acres, . G.85 were guests Monday of their sister, Wilder, J. S., 1C1 acres, 10.79 Mrs. Dillard Simpson. Wilson, J. S., 5 acres 8.50 Mrs. Ike Duncnn nnd children and Wilson, Robt., 1G acres,.. 0.55 Miss Jessie Kent spent Wednesday with Mrs. R. II. Preston. No. 4 (Colored) Miss Jessie Kent spent Saturday 6.18 Able, Will, 12 acre Morris. W. L. nnd J. H., 9C4 0.52 night and Sunday with her brother, Geo., 4 acres.... Ilcaxley, 40.55 acres 10.50 Mr. Homer Kent, at Rest, John, 65 acres W. L., 15 acres 15.02 Morris. Miss Elizabeth Ilolton spent n few 4.30 Hroaddus, Tom, 2U acres Morris, Sam, 714 acres 22.05 with her 5.71 days recently Rumside, Clay, one acre 1'arks, Mary, 314 acres 7.45 Mr. and Mrs. Lige ilolton. 3.0G Campbell, Martha, one acre Preston, Earl, 5 acres. 13.75 3.07 PAN.A-CE.Conn, Step, one acre, keeps Poultry healthy. Shearer. Luke, Land ... 79.00 Gillispie, Addie, one acre 5.82 Stnrmrt Drug Storr. Turner, John, Lawn lot, 12.00 21.07 Jones, Millie, Ann 100 acres, Vanhook, - J. I.nwn lot.... 1 1.05 Grow, of Mr. ami Mr. Hobart 14.00 Knvanaugh, Will, 2 ucres, (No. One Colored.) 3.00 Mnrksbury spent n few days recentKennedy, America aero Adams, Maria, one acre 5.00 ly with Mr. und Mrs. Llge Ilolton. Kennedy, Ed., 3 acres 2.73 Mr. ami Mrs. Walker Hurdctt and Adams, Jack and wife, lot, Leavcll, Hroaddus, 4 acres,.. 0.90 7.15 Andrew, Alex, lot, . I.envcll, Jones, !i acre 9.90 4.06 eh. Wren, were the Sunday guests of Wand, Wn lot, 6.00 Mr. and Mm. Ilradford Hurdctte. 0.07 Mitchell. Robt., 3 ncres Hurdctt, Ilright, 2 acres, 0.0G Ncwland, John, 2 ncres C.42 Mr. and Mm. U. G. Preston, Mr. Ilurnslde, John It., lot Miss 9.18 acres, 11.22 Fines Preston and daughter. Palmer. Will. Dunn, Norcissui, lot, Rothowcll, Henry 214 acres 11.42 Carrie, of tanenster, spent Sunday 7.10 Faulkner, Wm., 4 acres, Woods, 11.92 nnd Campbell, 12 with Mr. R. II. Preston and family. Grant, Mattle, lot 0.00 4.45 acres Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Whittakcr are Herring, Annie, C acres 7.90 visiting their daughter, Mrs. Elbert Hyatt Kdie, lot, 5.85 MAKKSKUKY Chandler and Mr. Chandler ,of Mndi-son- , ncros ..94.,05 James, Jasper, 1 Vt acres 9.00 Mrs. Chandler being quite III. 51,.70 Lavanaugh, 5t4 ncrins Mr. Hen Dunn, of Ilcuna Vista, 19.70 Tenter, Henry, 105 ncrcs, . CE-PAN-4 ucres Makes Hens Lay. 3 30 Leavcl, Andrew, 3 acres, 8.77 Walker. Mrs. Snlllc, has been visiting Mr, Gordon Doty. No. 3 Colored. Storm. Drug Store. Lcavel, Torn, (hrs.) 20 acres 19.06 Rev. Manley, of Georgetown will 7, 72 Kennedy, Wm. (Hrs) 7 acres Leave), Cephus, ami Mr. nnd Mrs. Lewis Simpson nnd Ellen, Sunday Reynolds, John, N. It. 20 acres 24, 45 preach ut the church next lot Jaughter, Miss Agnes, Mr. and Mrs. 26.H0 afternoon at 2:30. 7, 20 Lewis, Geo. II., one acre Lewis, Steve, C acre Ray and Mrs. Speed Sherrow 14.80 The friends of Mrs. Foster are Dan 9, 30 Merrctt, W. H., (hrs.) lot,. 3.18 Warren, John, 314 acres, sorry to lenrn that she is very ill in spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Edd No. 4 (white) Mlddlcton, Sam, lot Moberley. 9.20 tho hospital at Danville. Mitchell. Jerry, 10 acres, 23 ,95 31.15 Alma, A. C, 227 acres, Mr. George Gilliam died at the Let Ul Look your order for bett Ncwland, Sarah, (hrs) lot, 9 ,00 6.05 linker, Preston, 44 acres home of his sister, Mrs. Milton Estes timothy teed. Perkins, Ed., lot 54 20 Northern clover and 10.55 linker, C. II, 09 acres Dec. 3rd. Huriul taken Hudson and Farnau. Monday, Rothwell, Henry. 4 aerus, .. 13.15 Raines, Ligc, ono acre 4 ,33 place at ScotU Fork Tuesday evenThe Ladies Working society will ing at 4:30 o'clock. He is survived Salter, Mattle, (Hrs) let 5.15 Rerry, John, R. R. 10 ucres .. 3 ,07 Hall, Earnest, 63 acres 5, .18 give a candy pulling nt the parsonage by n host 47.C0 Rrock, Irn, 12 acres, of friends nnd relutives. Cheatham, Mrs. Tine, let. .. 12.00 Campbell J. P., 25 acres 10, ,70 on the evening of Jan. 19th, hours Howard. Everybody Crank, Orwin, 7 acre . 3, ,77 from 5 P. M. to 9. 10.30 Campbell Mrs. J. P., 5 ucres Graham, II., 3U ucros . 11, ,60 Much sympathy Is extended to Mr. . 10.65 Church Albert, 34 acres, Hudson, H. G., 75 ucre-s- , . . 57.30 Church, Elba, 33 acres, .. 54, ,10 family of this Alvin Howard und Hughes, C. S and wife, 18 7, ,29 place in the death of their oldest Estridge, Mrs. Jane, 13 acres G, 51 acre son, Gordon, aged 15, lie was 111 33.00 Hulcomb. John, 40 acres, Middloton, Andy, 1(4 acres 10, 40 only n few days with pneumonia. 11.78 Helton, James C, 50 acres Montgomery. Arthur, 20 10, ,75 All that medical skill and loving Helton. Ellsha, 35 acres I O bfftN.fl if SJt J acres 8, Gh" 24.41 Hester, John, one acre hands could do were of no avail nnd iMthvir(nefii vttf i. o tttjb(jfiu. licit, ric W Montgomery Tom It., 82 G. 80 ; tt'fri Holmnn, J. F., 15 acres, the sufferer died Sunday, Dec. 9th. acres, 5, 00 II u rial took place Monday at Salem, Mhtr rrttruri fJtl 149.00 Ilolmun, Sam 10 acres HunrSUIibtrrlifvfNl Htn' I'reston, John, (Hrs) 2 acre. 0.02 Hubbard, W. P. 128 acres, Madison county. Mr. Howard nnd 29, 30 wUffiJl of ttxb ( YtM oa our Mmtf Kmik G, 09 Sodler, Allen I)., 74 U acres 113.00. Hunt and Owens,- 63 acre family have u host of friends and Gmtmn9: Try ll t our lick j Irvine, E. J. 22 ncrcs Scott, A. D. and husband, 125 9, 05 relatives, who mourn with them in acres 5, 00 STORM GS DHVCt STOKE 128.00 Irvine, Ell, 7 acres heir great sorrow. ................. I- .... ... .... .. 71.75 Upton, John It., 23 acre Warren, W. A., 20 acres,.. 24.95 No. 2 colored. C.40 Adams, McKinly, one acre, 13.65 Coffee, Conel, 14 acres, 5.55 acres Dunn, Francis 5 2.30 Dunn, Sandy, (hrs) 1 acre, Embry. Henry. acres.. 8.13 7.78 Hamilton, Howe, U aero . Jefferson, Cronnctt, 8 acres 18.28 1.08 Kincaid, Susan, 12 acre, 8.08 Logan. Jeff, 114 acre 131.75 Miller, Alex 104 acres 5.B4 Mullins, Nettie, 114 acre 0.27 Ready, Ed., one acre Segar, Ed, and sister, 2V4 5.73 acres 4.8f Smith, Hen, U acre, 8.C3 Stewart, Tom, 9 acres 3.77 Sutton, Lee, one acre White, Oak Hencvolcncc So10.00 ciety 1H acres 12.75 White, Ed., 12 acres William & Hughes. 24 acres 24.25 No. 3 (White.) 14, .80 Anderson, Clayton, 8 acres 25,.12 Anderson, F. A.. 32 acres, Raker, R. E, (N. !.,) 70 acres 18. 75 balance Raker, W. T.. 90 ncrcs, lial. 37,,00 1C, .85 Cotton. II. F., 68 ncrcs bal., 0, .80 Davis, Nelson, 30 acres bal., G, ,52 Dickcrson, Mrs. Mary, 1 acre 4, .51 Hume, Frank, 2 acres bal.. 18,.74 Lemay, B., 4 acres 12, .02 Long, Ott, one acre 10 10 Molcr. 28 V4 acres 9,.75 Maupin, John, 3 ncrcs 28,.SG May Mtlvin, 20 acres, 24..00 Moberley, Otis 15 acres 79,.20 Moore, M. I'., 50 acres 2,.40 Naylor, Herbert, ono acre .. 20,.25 Osborne, E., 23 ncrcs. Prnthcr. J. M., 20 acre . . . 20,.30 I'rcwitt, J. A., 08 14 acres.. 52..40 11, .90 Ray, Mike. 2 ncrcs. 5,.12 Roger, Curtis, i acre Ross, Cronley, G2 ncrcs 42. ,85 balance Sebaitain, Parse, 14 4 ncrcs 23,.90 5,.10 Simpson, Rollie, U acre 24,.20 Snyder, Floyd, 4114 acres, 131, .30 Topp, Thos. 105 acres Tnlor, Oscar and Allen, 7214 .. .. .. ................. Lear, Joe, 50 acres 7.45 I'OOK RIDGE Lakes, Tin, 45 acres, 10.40 Mrs. Robert Whittakcr is ill at Letcher, Dr. N. R. 1C0 acres 5.02 Miller, Geo., 4 acres, 4.53 this writing. Morgan, John, C, 00 acres 01.91 Mr. Leslie Hill spent Monday McGuine, W. T., 50 acres.. 7.89 with Mr. nnd Mrs. Edd Moberley. Parker, Mrs. Lucy, 15 ncrcs. 3.00 Miss Etta Mae Hill spent Sunday Mummer, Tom, 23 acres,.. 13.40 evening with Miss Hazel Preston. Poynter, Henderson, 14 acres, 28.90 Dr. Hess Stock Tonic conditions and Stormei Drug Store. Poynter, Oscar, one acre 4.80 live, appetite. Mini Christine Preston spent WedPointer, Rube 20 acres 7.41 Pullins, Mrs. Clyde. 15 ncrcs 1 1.44 nesday night with Mrs. Ike Duncnn. Richards, Millard, 120 acres, 25.C5 43 per cent cotton seed meal, best C.52 for cattle. Robinson, S. J., 0 ncres, Hudson and Farnau. 1.C0 Souther, Julia T., 14 acres Whittakcr was the Miss Ijtverne Sowder, A. R., 2 acres 9.20 guest of Miss Hazel Preston Friday Stewart. A. W., (N. R.) 1 acre night. 17.56 Mr. and Mrs. Newton Grow spent Tankcmlcy, Fannie, 35 acres, Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. Ligc Hoi-to- ...... ...... BRYANTSVILLE ; ' .. I 12.50 Miss Mattle Coulter wus in Dan- ' ville shopping last Tuesday. Mr. nnd Mm. Sid Poor, of Wilmore were the guest Sunday of Mr. Logan Unctsulne d. (son und Miss Eliza Ison. said the mtlith young lady. C. O. Decker wus the guest -- "Ye." Mrs. all kinds of I renllle that It take last Wednesday of her srstcr, Mm. people to make n world and I ran Kin Man, at Nirholasville. ' ay I am very glad I am not one of Weekly. Mr. nnd Mm. W. K. Davit and them." Atnrlrnn Master Newton Davis were in Meanings of Oats In Dream. Saturduy afternoon. To dream of this sraln foretells Miss Mary Ellen Farley of Lexington, was the attractive guest last a Journey hy land; !f an engaged young girl dreams of onta It denotes) week of Mm. W. K. Davis. that her wedding tour Is not fsr oft. keep Poultry healthy. . To see- the field of oats Is a good sign. I Stormet Drug Store. but to tee It cut down Is an evil omen, j To see cats stored awsy denote fa Br Miss Maymc Dullard Is spending ine. To sow oats slcnlflrs much hapseveral days with Mr. and Mm. W. piness and csln. Nicho-Insvllle PAN-A-CE.- Unlucky Thirteen. Nearly a doien Important streets la London hive no houses numbered 13, etldrntly In deferrtice to the populsr tiiertltlon which retards that number as unluckv. .. d ... .. ............... ...... .... .... .. .. grand-parent- .. .. .... .. 2i .. T. Woolfolk, of ljxington. f The Flmt Keyboards. Mm. J. Hogan Hallard, Mrs. H, C. ' The earliest keyboard of which Rote anil Miss Zillah Dawes were in therr l reconj was that of the hy. Nicholntville last Wednesday. draullr or water organ, a Greek Invrn. Urn ii, mixed feed, ground barley, lion of I lie Second milury. In this the kejs. eighteen In numtier. were all Kentucky Faim Feed. key. level. The modern chrinnatlc Iludton and Farnau. tmard was In ue as early as I.1C1. Mrs. J. C. Williams, of Ijincnstor. Ttie keys were so large they had to be and Miss Funnic Kidd, at Wallaceton struck with the fist. were the guest Friday of Mm. John ' The Dog Watch, W. Hryant. l a ctirniptton of Mr. and Mm. W. K. Davis and "dodpe-- afrit." fin tmsnl ship tlier rr Mrs. C. M. Dean attended the funer- are two wntrhes the "long-- I al Monday of Mr. J. II. Murphy, of watrh" of 'Hr tionm. and the "dos watch" nf two hours, tmt, strictly Nicholntville. speaking, i Hairh menus four honm. Miss Emma Pierce, who was opernro The tlot two short i'ln ated on last week at the Danville ualrhe. iom 4 to fl In the morn-,1n- s hospital far appendicitis is getting and tl.. o'her from (I In H In the olong nicely. to dodge the erenlor n'r !ih ,r the same men al Tonic condition, and rtmtlHiDr. Hen Stock way " nteh nt the sam time. gives appetite. Storm.. Drug Store. The Laramie Mountains. Mm. W. K. Davis, Mm. John W. The Ijirninlr mnimlaltis are a rang Hryant, Miss Mary Ellen Farley and of the Rockies In rMiiilheattem WyoMr. Jrlf Halcomb were in Danville ming It liclns on the south bank of Wednesday afternoon. the North Platte rhcr. In Natruua The W. C T. U. will hold their county, somewhat sotitlieast of th January meeting at the home of Mrs. renter of the state, and extends In a Friday, southeasterly direction through AlJoe Skinner at Mnrcellus, bany und Laramie counties, helug cut Jan. 28th., at 1:30 o'clock. i lie tjirumle rler and 'ts north I by Dr. and Mm. II .11. Montgomery tinmen llie ranco Is mostly a nroan und little daughter, or Paint Lick, uplnrd of from seven to eight thouspent Sunday with their pareints, sand 'ret elevation, with no outstanding summits. Mr. and Mm. John W. Hryant. ' j i i - i.'eti j Mm. Eliza Mcrshon and Master Clock Running C.r- - ,iU4. Jesoe Hogan returned to their home A prltlleked xirty 'i ixiug in Corbiu after sever.il days stay lliruugli the stale room of lhj with Mr. and Mm. M. O. Kennedy. White House III Wushfigion had their directed to ho handsome Miss Zilluh Dawes, Mm. O. M. attention clock upon l lie iiiauiel of the blue Morelund attended the party last room, pivtenltil hy the French to Tuesday given by Mm. James Hean, President Andrew Jackson In NJL complimentary to the "It was running then," proelalmed the of Danville, chief usher of Urn mansion houstfully, Mm. Scott Harkins. "ami It's leeii nmitiiii; eer since," Uiuls XIV own rloek, hy the way, 6horthand Long In Utt, at Versailles, has U'en running regucon-ducl- From referviircrt lumle tu skilled writers .... .... .. .... ' - ................. ....... enco was known long hefore tit t'ttr'siliiti era. UiiKt, of tho, Tin first aiiilienllr tin dates to the . 'i,iiry before i: u an short-han- d Christ. The plom-.- t was Marens I uit Tiro, secretary and lllirarlan to Co. to. who u system uliliii u mile mora limn a list of ur.bri'Mitoi Utter It was Improved to inli no ostein that reiMirtersj of the Mine tiHtfcJ step pact with the senkers liy writing in relay e The system of Hie I.Mllrt Ml into hetwtvn tli. Fifth ami .Ninth and modem "leiMynniio) dates) from 16S8. tie-visills-uss, In ancient Mu rmur-- . tli Is drawn Hint Im.i llinml Infer lar!) since HCtt. Dog High en Roll of Honor. To mention the n Is at mice to cull up a long ltn of herolr il.iils done by this nohtu species for the sake of mankind, Charlotte Itnmte lias recorded the finding nl llerriilanrum of the skeleton of the dog Delta, stretched over thut of a Ikj of 12, with an Inscription on tho dog's nil I nr. telling how he had three times saved hla master's life from the seu, from robbers, nnd from wolves. IMdently he lerlhfd In a hnie iillempt to keep the How of molten lava from his Utile. niuier. Our Dumb Animals. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Jan 13. 1921 5 Old Reliable I SEED." ADDRESS ALL ORDERS TO T 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 PACK$28.00 PER POUND AGE BEARING OUR COPYRIGHTED SIGNATURE. PRICE $2.00 PER OUNCE. III m GQie al B. BRYANTSV1LLE (Delayed) Mil week-en- d L. KELLEY & SONS LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. c. little 11. Droaddus spent the with rclatlvci nt Mr. H. Halcomb spent Tues-da- y with Mr. Chaa F. JUnkin at Dan-vlll- Mr. James Heailey, of Lancaster, with Mr. Arch pent the week-enBroaddus. Mr. and Mr. B. II. Halcomb. Mary were in Lexington Hello Halcomb shopping Thursday. Mr. Collwar Dawes was the guest Thursday night of Mr, Ugon Uirel-kclof Nicholaivillc. Mr. C .C. Ilccker and Mr. Jame Chritopher were the guests Monday nf Mr. A. B. Swope. Mr. Uryan llallard, of Lexington ipent the Xmaa. holiday with hi mother, Mra. K. II. Hallard. Mr. Victor Kuble, of Cincinnati, ha been the guest of hi brother, Mr. Henry Itublu and Mm Huble. r, Dr. and Mr. Sam Hoe, of pent the Xmns holiday with their mother, Mra. James Itose. Mr. and Mra. Ioul Vojrel, of Cincinnati returned home Sunday after tny with Mr, C. V. several day Coulter and family. Miss Thccssa Wood, who i attending chool in Wilmore, spent the Xmas holidays with her parent, Mr. and Mrs. It. I). Wood. Ur. and Mr. II. II. Montgomery und little daughter, of Taint Lick, with their papent the week-en- d rent. Mr. and Mr. John W. Bryant. Mr. and Mr. A. II. Swopo entertained the following guests Sunday: Mr. and Mr. C. M. Dean and children, Mr. and Mr. Henry Huble. Mr. and Mr. II. H. Halcomb, Mix Mary Hello Halcomb, Miss Eliia Ion and Mr. Louts' Broaddus attended tho funeral of little Miu Alico bur I'oor at Wilmoro Sunday. Mr. O. M. Morcland and Muter James Uourbon Morcland, Mr. U. A. Dawes, Misses ZHah and Amy Dawes and Mr. II. A. Dawes, Jr., were in Danville shopping Thursday. "Mra. Ethel Herkele entertained a number of friends and relatives Sunday. Those present were Mr. und Louis Vogel, of Cincinnati, Mr". Andy Croui- Messrs. Joe Gosney, d Win-cheate- horn, Mr. and Mr. Willie Coulter. The many frienda of Mr. and Mr. Ilobert Itankin. Mr. and Mr. D. P. Itankln and Mr. Chai. F. lUnkin and thrm un but llllli. inn. rrrrrt to welcome the ones who will move In' our community. Mr. and Mr. G. A. Howling entertained at Mlnner Sunday the following gueita: Dr. and Mrs. Sam Koie, of Winchester, Dr. and Mrs. II. C. Kose. Mr. and Mra. David Itankin and little ion, Mr and Mr. Kobcrt Hose, Mrs. Jamea Koie and with their parents. Mr. Charles Coul- John Ray and family Saturday and also with Mr. and Mrs. Ityston Itay ter and family. S. II. Speake purchaicd of J. I. Monday, who lives on the Stanford Hamilton CD acres of land at $180 pike. per acre. He will take possession BRADSHAW MILL January 1st. Curtis Sadler will move to the place vacated by Mr. Mr. John Simpson is still on the Speake. Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Montgomery sick list. Mr. Robert Hradihaw and family entertained Monday Mr. and Mrs. James Hamilton of Lancaster, Mr. spent Christmas day with his mother. Mr. Harmon Hagger spent a few and Mrs. Euirene Clark and little daughter, of near Danville, and Mr.' days with Claude Oliver last week. and Mrs. Otho Montgomery and litdaughters Mrs. Lucy East and tle daughter, of Lexington. Mr. Wm. Rose. spent Monday with Mrs. Sallie Hurt Mr. and Mrs. J. Hogan Hallard Miss Pearl Mrrshion is improving WOLF TRAIL entertained a number of relatives at rapidly. All of her friends wish her dinner Sunday. Thoie present were (Delayed) a quick recovery. Mr. and Mr. W. T. Woolfolk and Miss Minnie East entertained at Mits Francis Davis spent Xmas Miss Margaret Woolfolk, of Lcxing-nto- , dinner Saturday the 25th., in honor, with Mis Hani Davis. I Mr. and Mr. E. II. Ktder, of birthday. Mr. Jesse Casey and family were of her sixteenth Nicholaivillc, Mr. K. II. llallard and Miss Mary Stella Whittaker was aj with relatives last week. Miu Mayme llallard. guest Monday afternoon of Miss, Mr. Mosc Itay spent Xmas day Misses Pearl and Nora Mershion. with Mr. Joshiah McMillian. BOURNE Sm us for 43 pr cent protsln col-- 1 Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mobcrley end meat. Cbaapeit and (Delayed) tertained a number of relatives Sun- on Iludion and Farnau. for catll. Mr. Karl Doolln spent Christmas day. Mr. nnd Mr. Jessie Knit enterMr Georgo Gillian and family enDoolin. with his cousin, Mr. Herbert folXmas tained at dinner Wednesday the Mr. and Mrs. Milliard llamm and tertained a number of friends lowing; Mrs. Dan Hut and Mrs. night. children are spending Christmas with I.tifV Knit. Mr Itnunm Ipultt. Mr Mr Bernard Ray is at home from J nm, Mffc Tfflm Kmm0M am, Lancaster relatives. ch. . hoW Mr. and Mrs. Hnmlitt Jennings Cincinnati to spend tho Xmas Camerine Prewltt. Mr. IlluL--h Past. Mrs. Molllo and Sallic nnd children were Christmas visitors ""' Mr. Joe Ray and son, Benard were j urt A molt cnj0ynble day was of Jessamine relative. Mr. Charles Marsee and baby guests of Mr. Hiram Itay nnd fumi- tpcnu I and Miss Addle Mne Marsee spent ly Stu'ay. Miss Ira Pearl Humes nnd Oliver MIm Jessie B. Itay was the pleas- - D Monday with Miss Lucille Huffman. ,n ho McCulley Miss Ida Spvakc has closed her ant. guest of Miss Allene bonds of mntrimon. Saturday. Tho bri(Jc school and Is now at home with her Thursdo ynight. n bcautlful ,iaUBhter of Mr. Mr. Harrison Itny and Miss Allene nnj Mri ;amcI parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. S. II. Speake. iumcs, anj tho Kldd nnd Blanche McCulley motored to Danville Satur-- ( Kroom t to t,c congratulated on win-da- y Misses Ella and were married. jlng ono who is so admirable fitted Speake, of Lexington, were the holiMr. and Mrs. Elijah Mc.Mllilnn and to be a true helper. Tho groom is a day guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. II. son were Sunday guests of Mr. and son of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ward. We Speake. wish for this couple all good fortune Mi Ida Speake and Misses Alber- Mr. I.uca Foster of Buckeye. Mr. Walter Casey and family are and a hnppy voyage on life's sea. ta, Klvarce, and Margaret Speake, of West Lancaster wcro Monday spending some of tho holidays with Mr. and Mr. W. T. Mobcrley. eucitU of MIm Christine Speake. McMillian Mr. and Mr. Elijah Mrs. Otho Montgomery Mr. and The more a fellow feels his oats and charming littlo daughter are and son were the guests of Mr. nnd the nearer ho approaches tho stanpending Christmas with their par- Mrs. Wilbert Dailey Sunduy night. Mr. and Mrs. Otti StotU nnd lit- dard of the horse. ents, Mr. and Mr. P. W. Montgomery. tle daughter spent the Xmas holiThe fellow who attends strictly to Mr. and Mrs. Curti Sadler and days with Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Sebas-tai- n his own business has a whale of a at Nicholasvillc. attractive littlo son, Curtis ThompJob if it Is done properly. son, of West Ilryantsville spent tho Master Joe Itay spent Saturday week end with Mr. and Mrs. G. W. night with Mr. and Mrs. Andrew People who are unable to help Stotts, Mr. Minnie McCulley nnd themselves should be helped but those Thompson. Mr. and Mrs. W. It. Coulter and children wcro their guests Sunday. who can and won't should get the Mr. and Mrs Elijah McMillian and boot rough as it might be on the Mr. and Mr. Herbert Stono and at tractive children spent Saturday' son, spent n delightful day with Mr. boot. R. E. McROBERTS, Lancaster. Kentucky. Louisville Courier-Journ- al The Great Paper of the Southland is ably edited; it is sane The Courier-Journnnd dignified in its handling of news; it is fearless, yet fair, in its editorial utterances; nnd it always will be found the champion of clean government bt surpasses ull its competiThe Courier-Journtors in equipment for getting the news of tho day, because it has not only the Associated Press dispatches but the full wire service of the New York Times. In addition it maintains staff correspondents nt Frankfort and nt Washington. al uM No Kentucky Home la Complete Without It. By special nrrangemcnts we are now ablo to offer te Daily Courier-JournAND THE al Central Record BOTH ONE YEAR, BY MAIL, FOR ONLY $6.00. This olfcr applies to renewal a well as new subscriptions, but only to people living in Kentucky, Tcnnesseu or Indiana. New subscriptions may, if desired, start at a later date, and renewals will datu from expiration of present ones. If you prefer an evening newspaper, you may substitute The Louisvilio Times for The Courier-Journa- l. Send or bring your orders to the office of Cracks at Creation. te Central Record Lancaster, Ky. The Central Record, Lancaster, Kv.t Thursday Jan 13, 1921 nm m m 1 a as, aa yuu procure for I HARDING SPHINX G. O. P. ELECTORS m ON CIVIL SERVICE Members Of College Attitude On Postmas-tership- s From 48 States Cast i Causing UnBallots In easiness To The Washington. n Republicans. FINAL REPORT ON FEBRUARY 0. ii 5,000 OFFICES AT STAKE. WnshlnRton, SCANDIES DON' I" BUY in Inferior Foodstuffs THEY IMPAIR YOUK DIGESTIVE ORGANS. X Our plan for 1921 you the best In to Washington, (Associated Press.) Hardin days he may Sam C. Hardin died at In SOUR STOMACH nosd the wherewithal! to Jutfce borne in London, 0.00 A. M., Januagain patch his pants. ary' 4th., ui born at Montictllo, And thc dear and confiding Kentucky, January IS., 1SS7. He OSESTIOH public has a disagreeable hab- was marrta! to Miss Motile Johnston, it of rememboring disagree- August Hth., 1846. He came to sive profits. London October 10th., 1002 ami con- Thedford's Highly able things. Evory human dojiomls upon tinued his cbasun profession, the Recommended by a Toarcjtec prnctle of law. II stood high in the farmer for the fowl that tho profoiMtan as an wninent lawyer, Crocer for Tnmfchrs Rc Are We Thankful sustains life, and every hand is earnest and punctual, c a citizen raiting frost larjid leveled at him in un elTort to The paqt year has been one and townsman h was loved and honLiver. beat him down in his prices. of many blessings fyr ench of ors! by a hast of friends, because A great of protest us. It has been a year replete of his optimistic spirit and lib interngaint food prices has swopt with prosperity, happiness, est in others. He loved thc chil- East Nashville, Tenn. The efficthis country from one to thc and contentment. Its sorrows dren, never falling to reeognis Uim. iency of Titedtord's t'r thsm other, and yet this avalance of and its adversities have been called him. by name.an The children (ttaiilne, lwrb, madldne, It He was elder in the levsd Youahcd for by Mr. Vf. ;f. Parson, a criticism which has ongulfod few. Christian church, teacher of thc of this city. "It Is without the nun who foods us has been Men's Hlbl Class, faithful, loyal, trroev tho boat Are we duly appreciative of llvar medlslne, and I earnest in the Sun- doubt voiced principally by men who the good things with which conscerotcd and don't bolieTu I cokl Rat alonn wltbont have been reaping even great- thc Lord has provided us, or day school and church. . A Christian It. I tako It for sour alonuch, gentleman actuated in what he bad liver, IndUtsstlon, and all er profit than the farmer. have we merely accepted them thought, suld und did by the highest We are not the champion of as solely the reward of our motive and most chivalrous spirit other troubles that are tho rosult if torpid the man of the soil, any more own merits and forgotten the modeled un the precept of his Or wit a "I havoliver. asd utsd It for years, known than wo sre of any other man source which endowed us with Master nnd Exemplar. Thc profes- and can and do highly recommend It' or woman ill this community, the ability to achieve success? sion has lost nn uhle nnd vror to every one. I won't no to bed with-- . member ,th community an hundred out It In tho house. It will do oil It r this country. Which? citizen, thc church n faithful wurktr, claims to do. I can't say enough fori Wo are just as averse to the homo a truo and devoted husband paying excessive prices for the und father. Ho is survived by hit If Many other men and women through. Card Of Thanks. wife und four sons. The sons are out tho country havo found food that wo eat as any other Sum Johnston, of Chicago, Harold of just an Mr Parsons describes person can possibly be, beOn behalf of the wife and entire und Fleece, of cause we have to dig deeply family, wo wish to express our Jellico, of Cleveland,Cincinnati their raluabla In regulating tho llrcr to; to whom Robert, and cough up tuightly to meet thanks nnd deep appreciation, thru many friends extend their condol- Its normal functions, and la clcanslnsi tbo bowels of Impurities. the columns of this paper, to the the strain. Thcdford'a llrcr medtmany friends and acquaintances for ences and sincere sympathy In this Hut we arc un advocate of their kindness and loving sympathy sad bereavement. London Sentinel. dno is tho original end only Genuine the square deal in business. during tho Illness and death of our PAN-CE.A k.p Poultry haalthy. Accept no imitations or substitutes. Always ask for Ttcd.'ord's. c.U W. C. Wynn. Stormat Drug Store. That the farmer is not get-- j son, Jno I). Wynn. auiors anu uoniers inrougnout thc business world are straining themselves in an oifort to keep prices up in order that they may revel a little longer in the golden waters of excessome of these Black-D'.rht first, second and third class postmas til February 0th. tcrship and all diplomatic officers up Two important step remain to be to first secretaries of embassies un taken to complete their election. on the market and to sell It to you at the best der the civil service. Thc cause of One the meeting of thc electoral colthis uncasines is that If Mr. Harding lege took place Monday, while the price. possible does not revoke the orders some 6,' final strp will bo taken Wednesday, 000 postmastcrships anil 600 diplo February U, nt n Joint meeting of the Does it pay to read advertisements matic positions will not be disbursed Sennte and House of Representatives political patronage. when the certificates of the vote of Try us and see More than one of Senator liar each State are opened ,n the pre. ding's recent visitors to Marion ence of the entire Congress and duly It was learned recently, have sought counted. to persuade the Senator that party At thc conclusion of thc ceremony intircst demand the revocation of Vice President Marshall will official the postmasterslfip order, If not the ly declare Mr. Harding nnd Mr. Cool other and while visitors came away Idge to have been elected. AND LET LIVE somcwhnt encouraged by the pros Tli people, ns Is well known, did pects, they filed to exact any promise not vote directly for Mr. Harding or J71 from the next President, Mr. liar-din- g Mr. Cox and their running mates in JG in this the November election, but for elec has rmaincd Shpinx-lik- e as he has in other matters on which tors of the various parties. he has been dvised from all quarters. Equal To Senators. Record tin?. The All postmasters of whatever class Tiiv succeaaful electoni if each He is everybody's j?ont. $1.50 Yar. arc now in a broad sense under thc State comprise luurd Weakly. the electoral college We do not believe the hijjh civil sen-ice- . Fourth-clas- s postmasPayable In Adranct. SenThey prices in this community are ters were legislated Into thc classifi- ators are equal in number to the each ami Representatives from J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. Hut due to excessive profits on the ed service many years ago. State in Congrew, us provided by in R. L .ELKI.V. Local Editor and Mgr. part of our local dealers. Congress refused to take first, second Constitution. They are required by commonly and third class olflres, law to meet in their respective State Their reputations .'ntered at the Post Office In for 'fair known a offices," out capitals on the second Monday in Mall Ky., 'as Second-Clas- s dealing are too well known of the patronage class. January after the Presidential elecMatter. for that. Hut there are too That end of the deal was managed tion to east their votes for President by President Wilson. A few year many handa through which and Vice Preshlcnt in accordance Lancaster, Kr., January 13, 1921 order to he the goods pass before they ago etTct issued aan executive civil ser- with the wishes of the voters electcompetitive that the every vice examination must be taken by ed them. Member Kentucky Press Association reach this town, and The electoral college therefore, mud has a grab ofT its "pound all applicants for any Presidential will be in session in thc forty-eigh- t Fetrtm Ad.rilt.inc R.M.Tilti. of flesh." office. At the same time he pledgState capitals Monday. The elecTHE AMERICAN PRESS ASSOCIATION ed himself to appoint thc competitor tors organize by electing one of their rcgardles. the highest Rescue having policy. The rating, reservation number as chairman and choosing a tttlet Fur Political Announcements. . Watson To only of his secretary. If any of the elector ror Precinct and City Officei.J5.00 Thomas E. Watson, the new was that the successful applicant have died sine th November election 10.00 For County 0 trices be a man of good moral re United States Senator from should the remaining electors of the State or State nnd District OITices15.00 Georgia, is to introduce a bill pute. President Harding is to dispense may select someone to fill the va.10 . iir Calls, ncr line If . ... in .10 'in the senate making liberty wese positions as patronage, is win cancy. M Cards, per line Separate lialloU Uird. Inter- r all publications in the .bonds legal tender. This would be necessary for him to revoke PresAfter organization the balloting est of individuals or expres- they auIf p,(l thcm ft par wJth th(J na. ident Wilson's orders. sion of individual views, per tomatically ceased to be in effect begins first for President nnd then 10'tional currency and restore with the expiration of the present for Vice President, on separate bal,jne binaries', perlm"."" "S.'.'S. .05 them to at least par value. administration. Mr. Harding might lots. Each elector votes for the canIf the government ever be saved n great deal of embarrnss-me- didate for whom he was elected to " hopes to sell another bond in simply by failing to reissue vote. When the ballots are counted this country in time of emer them. Hut, a- - it is, cither will have and three certiflcntecnch are prepared Everybody's Goat. duly slgnd in StaL fto revoke them outright or permit gency tt will do well to One it sent to the judge of the them to stand contrary to the advice not give the farmer a tcct th(J bondholders now. he has been receiving from those United States District Court of the square ueai i requires simply an act of who have been preaching that to the electors' State, one Is wnt by ( mall and another by mes.eger. usually If he is to receive greatly re- - congress to make every one of victor belongs the spoils. b cnt of the elector selected for ilucetl prices lor nis crops, thefle boml8 jegal temier. That Most of these 6,000 positions )utve Um purpose, to the President of the then the labor he employs and wouU, p0!WeiW nml a,jti advan-th- e been filled under President Wilsn's l':.:td Suites Senat. things he buys to produce U,K(J over currcncy jn u,nt they system, ami many of them are These certificates, in accordance though a those crops should be reduced wouId be drawinj- - interest are Democrats. If majority of them with the Constitution, will be openthe present sysSo in proportion. should wheru currcncy (ioes not. tem is continued in effct these in- ed by tho Vice President, acting as presPresident of the Senate, everything else that he uses. Thcy would become a pos-- cumbents will be entitled to reap- ence of Congress. This in thc cerefinal the present time there is S08sion of vnlue cven to thc pointment if they desire ft, and this mony of thc election will tako place a marked tendoncy in this anlaU inV0stor, whereas now would put up to President Harding in thc chamber of the Houso of Rethc obligation of reappointing many country to "let George do the thcy Iiru but n deSj)!se(i aiuI presentatives Wednesdoy, February Democrats. reducing.' 0th. In a close Presidential race, depreciating drug in the mar- Try a tacit of Obclitlc flour today. such as that between Tilden and Everybody wants prices re-- j,0 Hudson nnd Farnau. Hayes, the counting of these returns 8 duced in every line but his, It-- cIeariy up to our Uncle become a serious matter and at, .n, With the result that mnny Sam tracts wide attention. s0 shrewd , ufacturers, wholesalers, distri,--' bul HO bljn( , th,8( for HARDWARE No little uneasiness While Warren (1. Harding nnd is bcinj; experienced by many llcpub-lica- n Calvin Coolldgc wcro chosen for members of Congress over the President nnd Vice President of the liar-- I possibility that President-elec- t United States in thc November gen dine will refuse to revoke President eral elections, they have not yet been placing officially elected, and will not be unWilson's executive order When you buy pure und wholesome groceries you buy something more. You are buylnrf health, strength and thc nientH) and physical ability to become prosperous and contented in lire. WE SELL GROCERIES AND OTHER FOODSTUFFS THAT ARE GUARANTEED TO BE FREE FROM ALL IMPURITIES. THEY ARE THE ONLY SAFE KIND TO BUY-THERE- FORE H po to X o to THE ONLY KIND WE SELL. CONN BEOS. Currey IS & Gulley. OPPOR-TUNITIES H M S3 "LIVE FOLKS." t THE YEAR OF 1920 WITH ALL ITS CONE. Central THE YEAR OF 1921 WITH ALL ITS IS BHFORE US. OPPOR-TUNITIE- S Un-caste- r, "Pre-sidentin-l' IF YOU NEGLECTED TO SAVE A PART OF YOUR EARNINGS IN 1920 RESOLVE NOW TO SAVE A PART OF YOUR EARNINGS IN 1921. DEPOSIT YOUR SAVINGS WITH it The: Garrard Bank & LANCASTER. KY Trust Co, i The . .... Thatch Roofs J00 Yars Old. j Londoners Fond ol Tea. In IMlaml are thatch Something like MLOu) cnllons ol w,r "ld httIco len are consumed by Londoner ever able. . rtar. s"i rf try. said to KlRht pieces of ! I Treaturc Tret vnrh i world -- nt f'Aft"! In .It packnl awn j In hi!i a.hpi-by the duller. ilw dale Thw ' .. K4.V and are dahiH-- l tr nt lui)rtnnt nnrka frnm hr Nhndbm 1 (ilouee!f"M Ul. a. rHttty .. ." n nt fax. frwrn Knjsniul, Loom (founded Uy v. iimi StlieddKi In the middle nf !l- - - tr,!!!! een tury) which linr n.-- i tnln Ide market. I ln Iine- - The li-- i map In iIm - Allien mtiMHim 1. ami erdiire In ln .yid ngurrs rwnfW are nnd lil. a wrm of In lllcrlm en Separatists fr ho the art, had n trendy left Itngtowwi ant) fonn! an Independent in l'j-Urt. wltenei mm In New fowl-He- '. They iiiii!it-rii- l lurtj-wuUTl twrwma. Iih4Ib at Plymmilh IpwImt l. 1(TI Tbry nail perl-unit- y made n nn.hani kmnfti a Id Mat How it rntKnant. uti. h lmtnl tdem liiic a rivll Mate lif a retlclmia Tdey Meil tu tmml "n rhurth wlllHiHt a dUtM-j- . ami n slain without IIik Church of Mnainod. Pllornn Hie Purllam Hwt.i it, Fathan Wot ' -- pjratltu. e'etaifc thj n, Rug-Iniu- e kltis" At 1 e5 OUR BIG man-iSamu- e( Judge Dead. Reduction majudjl r esM we "'ck-nrnufih- t, .. liMd-nch- with liberal dis- counts on every article in I our store. is still on jgj If you ever expect to need anything in our line, don't miss this opportnnity and get some of our big bargains. Illack-Draug- I HlaiU-Drour.- - HASELDEN BBOS. mmm imMwrnimmmMmKmesarm The Central Rocord, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, Jan 13. 192 1 PRIGFaS SMASHED 3 & MIm Georgia Dunn left for Louisville to nttcml n Income Tax Report. COME IN AND SEE US WE ARE SELlJ ING MANY THINGS AT ' C2 J. j I O MOUNT The R. CO ' CI I,eal House. Gossip About People Ngvg A Mis Ktha Mae Jones, of Coving- tAn. has been vMtlng Mm. Ilrynn W"m,,t- j Mrs. l,nyton, of lluckrye, hns been visiting her daughter, Mrs. Dnvc Sanders. hfltl Motion ( th Coev'ni sad Ootnti y Thots Vi Art lntirild In. Smith has returned Miss Hessle homo niter a pleasant visit wnn ner aunt. Mrs. S. I). Turner at Loxlng- MIm Mnrv .Voel of Dnnllle. U of her sister. Mrs. James Mrs Gallownv in 1 been n recent visi-- viiitor Itithmnnd Mr. ami .Miss Mr. hM tow In lHNrill I'ritther were Saturday. lltwrne. -- , the Woods and Mr. Woods on Hlchmond etl Mrs. It. Ilrown, of Stanford, Is the Kuest of her son, Mr. K. Preicott on Dnn4ile Mt SoWe lw My a has been n'llroun nnd Mr. nvenue. roount vMtor in lwtt Uck. wit Ml MNHe ; Hw Tutww spoilt the wcck.( llrn, iisrbach and Frank MnnJei, FOR SALB: A lot oTahttt clov: and the music by Lev Hirtch. Mr. Uun Ims returned Cofj,flB Mrs. Janiw rr and timothy hay. Cohan has aeinbled a distinctive ' Coo. O. fspeoMiimorc. from a vsH to her tiauicMrr In Stan Mi Hetty llrwiddui, who was tai of principal, and a chorus of fariL 41. pit. jrirls who nro an outsUtndinir feature rMt here by Uve 4ealh of her fnui-- . "v ' e. Mr. Mo boesue of their beauty aau grace FOR ItBNT? Two fwiitshil ..irt. ... llroflsMus. ssm returno.1 I.udwell llldln. Jr., Henry" How (iovernor Morrow m unnustakab1. their excellent singing and novati- rooms, with light, her.t unii bntli. gMrsi M a aswor. ji ib. .mhi den, Jr., and William linker. mil Htish-- a"feeling Mm way" toward an extra ng ami bewildering dancing. Tho Phono 'J51 or apply nt thl oil tee. soaaion of the I.ej(tft!ature, ami we cMtuaittic w a rare treat to tho eyo, Mr. K. L Owotey vntortuineal .. Mr. Hmnm. IHk1 jjMir.y at her rM oh IMavtllc May export for the next few weofo and he icmnce emltollishmoMtit all I 1 hnvc deckled Mr. J. II. Kiwn.lT were DsitvHMe BfpUr to rent my garage WnWa). Mnnr , at Kwtilar interval the publication thta could bo dosired. Tho ensemble ' viator hoHr of Mr. Martita I'riee Prtetoie. f remons mh th wnh an striking siaffe pictures by the month for the yonr uf 1921. r' Of Local an rxtm session may be neoowwtry, ever t.ecn in maolrai com'.y and re- . i on of the best stamH in tho Him. W. K. Cmk mm! MIm Dove Mr. and Mrs. tiettrge MeNaiwrUj ..out-.ty- . S. Vr. Ilacotub. (AtlantH always coo)''! with the statomont lied the loniu of th Conntitution ) Tlarrtt, of DattvtUe, wen v44tn In and Uttlo daiHtittor, wa Have bora RryKntaVill, xKy. S4pi. "8t of this art. Jaltan Mitchell. hovel AH.HH.aeem.nt of the .nmM.nt thath of laeaKer retetivoa, hi mm miua, ft. Zy Ve pay th hsjthost mar kit price " a. Cv,aK. j of Ml. r HU M-asir. IM. Coeii Sale. 'or cent ml poultry, delivered. !h Fayouo aad Franklin Counliea, Stanford street. There is really little need for sueh Uims I'oHarst. to take b her school work at llristol, resvoral httoroat in (luorgwt ami Ksn Carrani and Lincoln Predune Co. India ahi at groatly redscod price. camollage. elaborate holidays tueky, Dr. Klkin beina; u Oovernor Alios KHfcoi Mm Josh soont a few Tsan.. after spending taw native of Marrxw propooos Oho 277 acres, close to school and with her parent. Mr and Mrs. V. A. to call an extra! ml Mrs. llyrnn tkty wttii Mr. Lancaster. Ivy., but now a roaitlont j Bxtra geod we have little deuhte that market on good road. Lear. FOR SALE$2.00 ouch', Ilarrcd j sm.,u of Atlanta. at McQoonry. r. .its. 75 ueros fine creek such it his Intention because there I'otk ceckerals, hntched from eggs' Miss McCarty has a distinctMiasos Floosie Mae aad lln4e Mr. IL K. Mcltobertx left Sun- ly charming tigare beH ooeUI life hi every probability that the Legit-- ! uc.tu. .. .sMtNet upland and woods, brought direct from dealer In in ; (50 acrr if soid at .met. $1000 thersugh-brcguests, of day for Norfolk, Virginia, where 'h'mt to be chosen thi fall will r the utW-f.Toater poultry. under she will spend several wrcka with her since she made her debut cash balaace to suit. l.ojia TauUr. large Democratic majority In the; Mi Mr. T. D. O'Henrn, Stiir Route, I lava a large )h)t that I will mail daughter, Mrs. liurkner Semite and bright nuiplees. She Is pretty- and House, wherein the Republicans nw Lancaster. Ky. lovable and has tho social attributes Mrs. Harry TtrnVUm sat returned Mr. Hplmlle. applicatiea. W. B. lve a majority. The Ilcpublican on rjRRL:svilhi, Indium, Murray, . Good eatt, short orders, and quick' which have won ior her a nenerul from a visit to orr pnmu. Mr. and R. R. No. organization in to ' Mr. A. II. DcNy, Mm. Mattit-Iont- . aJmiration a4 a large circle of reanncttion the Kentucky wishes dis- M3-3?-pMr. Waitt, in I.udtow. service. Everything in scaron. If congressional Mrs. I.uther Clbbs, Mr. iiad warn frkmiii. yeu have not paid us u visit, wc will tricts in the State, and. although its Iw. Rfforge Rbtnn, Mlses Mr. Cabell Denny attended the funriho waa un of tho sriap uf bo glad to have you call nnd sec us, ...ajority in the Senate depends on rua an4 Mottie Wwt luive been eral of Mrs. Paulino lieoker Potior AUtHtlm wowoii who uevatod CI-- Rostaurcnt. Lexington Strcot. the vote of u man elected as a Demoin Maaford Sunday. vWtors In Danville. For thcauolv-- . to tho Koi Crts- - work Vi IL dulley. Prof. crat, it i easy to conjecture that it ar. oa. will perfer Mr. and Mrs. Moat 1'oilard onter-Uiine-tl t'ur.ntt tho period of the Sir. J. A. Itoaawy ami daughters, to take the chance with rOR KBNT: 103 acres, ndloin- o at their home in honor of eoiail in tho IW4 Croat. ilkaoo Uitttie. MIMrnl and -- Ing I. M. Dunn, Dr. Mkia W Us son of Mr :.ad that condition than deferring acres corn, Mass Ratilr llourne ami Mr. K. T. in UaaviaV Saturday. reappointment until after clover and bluo grass. Price 8ult a Silwrdy evoniog .it a social. Mrs. K4)itt rOl.m. f Lsuauutor, hy., the election of tho next year. See Kmery McWhorter, Iora JJrott. AMea ShiUun About thirty gunots'were HrcanftU and a nrphsv of !r. W. S. Klkin. of JllffiO.OO. Of course there will be a number I Lancaster, or B. C. McWhorter, aatsl Kasily Kotime wero Ura week. Ho a a irra !atc of An Atlanta of other reasons given for calling an j Lexington, Ky. K. C. McWhorter. of Mrs. Mote I'olinrd. ilovrr and Yale. aat suhoMitiontly of Tho MlMlonary Society of the extra sossion, but the chief reason the School of MosUcin I'rcshylorian church held nn of Kmery in the minds of the Governor's "adiin. khs Uaines. Rev. am Mrs. wee ting WtHlnesilay nt the home of nivorsity. Pure Slnmllng Hurley Tobacco IlWtty Hhv)n. visers" Is that the ma tier of the con-Jane ami Miss Dr. takin Umvm Kabruary 1st. for JJ'fecd for sole $2.00 per ounce. I Mrs. Harry Hudson, on jaty Doty wot hi DonviOc recently. Mrs. J. H. Mtorntoa had Maple avc. Boston, where he will b hoooc sur- grereional districts. n ; vlng away a bushel of seed corn charge of s ' .io customer that buys four ounces geon of the Tutor Uoat IlrixHam hosprogram. the ftllts Hthol Ma Jones, of CnviM Clover This corn ihrlls 70 cars to JJof member of tu. Kj'.. soaat the week --oil with Mr. Miss Rcln-tc- William entertain- pital. Ho Is a and the Scroll Delta a t: tush. l. M. F. Kelluy, I.ancaitur, Kappa Kpsiloa and Ami Mr. Witt, on Danville nvenue. and nil kinds of And Honey. Ky.. K. F. P. No. 1. nx 178. rt' ed Tuesday evening nt hrr home on Key. g! Heights. Sow sweet clever, cheaper and The home was CmWo Scott entrtaiMed Haselden Urn bottsr than red clover. Huy direct Hardin-Wheel- er. olMNMt "thlrty-flv- e of their friends nt "eauuiuiiy uecorntea for the occas- ton and a delicious salad course wns Annoukicemeail. grower, special scarilled teed from, 5i a Natal on ChrhHMMts live. A dp. SEE OK PH0NF. Mr. J. M. Wheoler. of Paint Lick for prompt germination. guest served. About twenty-fiv- e Tin y Price and ltghtfi1 time was spttnt by all. nir tIJ half interest In enjoyed Miss Williams charming hos- - Mid Ml lOiln Hnrdw. of Uvrexi, circulars free. Also prices on a' to Mi' Iva Loo Smith our' surprtsed their frienaVt on Wednes- hony. .Mtaa. Mollio ttotinie and Mis Kom pitaltiy. John A. Shcehan, flrn: B. jj P, Williams g Smith.will be known nt Francis nnd day, Dec. 2!th., by quietly getting K. F. I). No. I. Falmouth, Ky. Tuloer' aooat a most imJoyuUe day Mr- - Unrmill. who Ihis been n married nt the home of tho bride's home of Mr. am Mrs.1 ur(4V at e solicit ihc sum good patron- Lan S't.--np' w"n n l,r8',n ankle in St. sister, Mrs. Moore, of Ilerea, Itev. Kv. Ward. age people tuick Servi. e and Good Work a the of thesplendid and expect to give In Lexington 'Joicpli Hospital for Vnnwinkle of the Christian church of same .service. J Mrs. Anna l.ee Jhasn, of Cov.' several months, ha recovered sulTl that place olfleating. After the 1 t. Hella Arnold Francis. Lons broUK,,t t0 ,hi5 olTicc' guest of clently to be removed to tho homo of ceremony the bride and groom went Mr (pgton, wis the wooVend th"hH of an egg,; Tier parent. .Mr. and Mrs. Charlie , her daughter, Mrs. George Smith and to the home of the groom's sister, n curio,lty Prcprt,c,, ,0 n'm u" one of his favor- Mr. Smith on Danville nvenue. Koff a. iMnvitt avonue, Mr. Simpson, of Nina, where a cor- - Ite hens. illnl riiinlinn wji iIltttt ftwim nnil n It is as exact replica of n well de n,p,uous nMmR .upI)0r , Mis uum.ir ami i.mio. . .uaysriur. vy-- TH( b M u y ompli.hisl lady veloped kcrshnw, though not near so with many lovable trait of charac large as n kershaw, displayed in our followed by refresh iwrn hwue s lUt and Lillian Klmwiinl ter, who numbers her friends by her window a few week ago. ments at the new Gulley restaurant irquaintancr. while the groom i .. Mrs. Napo Price gave ii dinner on Lexington avenue. "Ten it to tho Marines." The table Tell It t tho marines Is u cxprcs' Sunday in hor.or of Mrs. F P. Frls- - had for its center piece a vase of n4it of sierltnjr qualities, wolt known n r. Ule, Unly u relatives were pre- - flowers surrounded by candle. He unhout Uarmrt county, where inn irtii!cmiy nenni in i.iici.iim ni hns many friend. tlin'ili It Is not so common In CanAbout fourteen guest were preint. nt Tie mnrlnet were k.1i'Iit will oo nt heme to their ada. !',r prasent hMiiu, the U 'Um?y placed on battleships In the old tight' frienils for tho nuxt few week, at when biKinllns and lug uere iimmioii. As thexo men illi) Ijacus-te; on she t ': . I Mr. Ilw Dunn, of Dnnvffle, was Unoswter Mo4nr n buslneM. In 4uhtrr, llrewn ami Httln Itokn, of llryiintsvltlo. Inve brfti visHltig her mother, .Mrs, S. I). Mrs. Itu.4l rT wwi I will be In the city for several of the Kxrctlvc Commence of the Keiftucky Chriitinn Kdurntlon day making up Income tuxes for pvrral parties ami nnyonc desiring union. my service in thin work ran find mo On Tuesday afternoon the Ut. of ,lt hu Kcngnrlnn lintel. My charges February. Mrs. (iroco Wllmot. sent for th, ,ervre wtll ho reasonable, hy the state Federation of Woman's will lie hero until Janunry Und. Club, will give n lecture nt 3 o'clock (It.) Jcpthn Onatott. at llomnn's Opera House. She will uo the storescopc sliclca to IllusAge. trate her lecture on Interior DecoratThis I n fnst age. Wu hnvc wln- ing. Mr. Wllmot come hiKhly recommended and every lady In this tcr on the Fourth of July, spring elt? should nttcml thin moot interest vegetable on Christmas; wc buy rcurunry ami our ien "uls ing lecture. Don't forget the dntc and let there be n large attendance. BHl in August; we get our Sunday paper .Saturday night nnd our maga- The following from the society sines a month ahead of time. If wc Vn.. ilnllv telciihone n Dinn In Sntl KmnrilFO nnliimn nf dm VnrfolL ha tj of JJjM MnrJorl. Spintlle, from New York he hear our voice of Mr. nnd Mrs. It. nbout four hours before we speak; li McKoherts, of this city: Little nnd if Home one in Jnpnn acnd.4 us MIm Mnrjoric .1 pi mile was hostess n cablegram tomorrow wc (jet It nt the home of her pnrent, day. Mr. ami Mr. Hubert II. Siilndlc. Jr.. ln tTestover avenue, when she enter- - New Owners llimuil , prf,ly Christmas party, , wpr, (Urortei. wt,h hoi- Th Charge. During the ly. misloioe. ami (lowers. Mesti. Hr.stMv. Krui.xr. ho afternoon unfa were enjoyH nnd ractntly purehni the grutery .tnn h Httle (tuest preen t was present ment store of Mr. J. W. Walker on attractive Christmas W wl" included Misses Fourth street between Main and 'vor. The guest Ktiaabcth Whiteheml, Suzanne, nnd Walnut, took charge of the husine Harriet llenth. Certrude Wnlke. N'ell this week. The new firm Is now composed of Mers. Leslie T., WalMd ue Tyler. Itolf WolU. Mary I). Ilradshnw, who arc KlfrtHh Kggieston. Suzanne Kjfglos-to- ker and A. widely known in Hoyle county. It Mnrthn Jones. Marjorin Iiird, la a pleasure to welcomo men like Clets Soott. Manmret nnd Henrietta to city. Mr. ",,,K,lr will "urL1 Martin. Virginia and Nnncy Pope, ""7 7 K lhc Uxlnf lK1f.k to llil.lr.ti. Cateuood Sovage. Franco. '"f ton iilke. Danville Advocate. Davis, Mary 1'ayne, Masters John and Alfred Zimerman, Jr.. Hilly Hobbs, Montcomery Osborne. Jr.. Session. Dickie Jones. Ilobert I. I'nyne, 3rd.. (.ouMViile Kvening 1'ost) "MARY" GEORGE M. COHAN'S SHOW Has Unique Plot. MUSICAL COMUDY COMING FOR , jrewocMmawaooworx-sxicx- 8 3 x ni-z- .i u,flaa"lc" fl KATHSi Timnc.DAY nu.N. y Fast nj Mrand-dnught- Take At the Lexington Opera House for Mr Seven insertion throe days, bg,r.ning Tnur. ay. Jan-datprice of five. IS. Ueotgc M. Cohan will pre-athe greatest musical comedy I'hone orders must ffd promptly. .ccuM in the Motery of the stage, "Mary," a street lory v on.lrrfully told, wltli a vein of humor that is tl not IrroftUbhs, welcdies that you FOR SALB: Several nlcn meat easily forget, ami itanciajc that will hows. J. T. Henry. you gasp with delight. make l. The story of the play hat do do with a young man with nn Inventive FOIt SALB: Horre and. bugijy. turn of mind, who, In nn effort to The buggy Is good as new, make secure the financial standing of A. W. Kavamiuglt his mother ,who li a lender in the so- New six room Hun- FOIt KHN'T: clnl world, hits upon the happy iden of n portable house, tho selling point Rlw on Ilnseldrn IfclghU. W. U. Mo, Jr. of which is the sure elimination of tho prcvnlllng evil, the high cost of I'OH SALB: Large, round, 0?k f,-- r It-pt.) Single insertions U-- h eord No ad taken for less than tfic in this column. No s4 'n iWk column charged. living. dinina; tabic. Phine CO, i ne wen mid plana or our ener Mr?. Doasie Kstcs. It. getic young hero come to grief, but accldently, he becomes a millionaire pojj SALB: A few moro I'ulT Tly-ovnight through the discovery of wouth ,tw.k ro9,eri, viwm 17 J. oil on the land where he had erectcnl Mrs. Mary Doty, Uryautsvllte, Ky. quite a number of his portable houses. Of .course the inevitable FOR SALB: A few IJhtc draw haoaom, our newly rich young man roturns from the West and marriea seed at $C00 per busliil," ; I'hone l, G'ornctL W. S82J. the iritl of hi dream. "Mary." (l'J-2,- 1 tf. Thr beok and rf "Mary" are er !rcs That Extra 12-2- ' Engagement Interest. avr :r ,t past-mast- er ai M.r. h. , V'V:Z ZZ Fifty ' Farms For I W1I-m- d d - d. Up-To-Da- te I Virgin-isVWtr- Jtaa oill-da- y Plumbing, Heating, Guttering, Roofing, ; bnl-5nn- 1 Sweet Repairing, a Tin Work , 18-9-- h- le ; ' oddityr -' 13-2- j an::htt,, .hc'!r'r i fj-- iiy MARKET PRICE PAID FOR hand-to-han- d BAECtAIU Dest'dress glnrthqm Best a porn gingham Best Hindi ks rflnBhuni Best overfills Good coffee V near Lancaster. (!) Riahmond aad r pike. Titoy are soon to move to their now home on tho Lwhaxton pike !ae, I 16 cts. per yd. 15 cts. per yd. 15 cts. per yd. $2:00 a pr. 15 cts. per lb. We luttend to them our heartiest congratulations nnd wish them many (!) years of Imppiassa anil prosperity A friend. ty, not Lnow nil) thing nlmiit It wn n nnuwnn prnclUv to tell tliem the most outrageous ("en stories, nil ot wbUb iliey wihiIiI Im'IIimh. Cmiv qucutly ulienever any one lold n twr tliillnrly tail storr he wus ndjiireit tr. tell It to Dm' wnrti'i-H- . ' (l) aiv 1 ar. nest stock lenic conditions and pptile. Starnic Drug Stee. .'ur a quiok meal or good lu.ich at the City Kssfciuirint oi W. X y tU'P I ington street. It. Gulley, Prof. SANDER'S VARIETY STORE Wanted. Suleiman and Collector. Apply to Singer Sewing Machine Co. Phone 772, Danville, Ky. Origin of Old Saying. The orislnul ituotatluu, "1 fenr the Greeks bearing gifts" appears In Veis jcti l.nelil. llio nTerence Is to the leite of Troy. 'Hie Greeks bosleced me in in i niy wiinout suetv.i. Finally they resorted to strategy, offering u huge wooden horso to the Tnijiim n a gift. The horse was tnkiii into tho city and wlillo the Trojans slvpt. the Harriers, ulili which the horse was tllle, mine forth mid opened tho gates for their On vie The conclusion Is that one should fenr un enemy when he seems friendly com-rude- Wheat nnd Corn ancastsr Bnir lucorporatwl GEO. SP0ONAM0RE, Wh Vttt. CIIAS. L Z4K0NE. Setty.Trear. ThCMtrl 1C3B Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Jan 13 1921. VERA'S villain By PK mJk.m T ow a prospective $ ti lilt, mother jjpepared for babyS cDmii MnafUtJoiX Of all (be ital adventure in life, the birth of' a baby it the climax of nature's most wonderful evolution. During this period, nature is supposed to be preparing the internal organism of a Woman for a safe and speed delivery; but it is more the exception than the rule when nature, unaided, performs her part at the crisis in a manner to relieve pain and contribute to comfort. "I troi afraid," writes a prospective mother, "until an experienced mother told me about Mot en's Fxjcnd," " tut tune I cannot recommend MoTim'g Fsixnd too highly for I knov it helped ne vender fully, and I cam almost say my baby xras born irithout pain. At tht present time I am using it atain, as I do not vant to to thru the rwdeal without it " 11 DOROTHY DOUQLAQ. V Three generations of prospective mothers have used Mothm's Fmlnd. When gently applied, during the period of expectancy, it soothes the fine of nerves, lubricates the broad, flat, abdominal muscles and prepares the way for an easier, quicker and practical delivery. net-wo- bf SWCIvir. SriwlK.lt I Vera Copcland una possessed of courage. Had ah beep ntlnr than hrnve she would neter lia t left lirr home In the NYM to come n she huil tn Now York. There wna latMt' talent In Vern'a hriiln n tnlent foi either Illustrating or writing, jrlfts lielng In a state of underdo) titt'iit. It wait during her quest (or m II IiiIihmi fur n story she wn writ-that Vera topitl nud UHktl Into the illngy window of a small rnfe thnt MVimtl conted with the atmosphere of Wllnlny. nlxitit tht' Iter alert glance room, scanning swiftly the quaint ns itortmeiit of faevs. She tlnipintl Into tho chnlr opKllt- - n lune, dejected iMikltig man. lie was usly licyontl description, 'fheru was an almost solemn cruu-dfii- N.te.tr lih l)e r mus fr, ftH m ttbf kloc Mother's Friend. Fm roW "MOTHERHOOD ud TV BABY" anJ null J. ml la IA. mttn tf the eitrnue with which the god had trented him. Ills lirtHHlIng eyes llflnl slowly, and he gave Vera one long nrrhlng glsnce when she sat down nt the smull table nlHiut him. Vera supposed he was pondering darkly on sinister dVed accoinplUhetl and In process of achievement. DRADFIIXD REGULATOR CO, Had Vera suspected that she was In Dipt. 26, Atlanta. Ca. a most famous reiidesvous of (Ireen twk riw. Mful m. vovr mix BABY. wlrli village Instead of Mm: In a low Ut m MOTHERHOOD ud Tk tllr where thteres hatch out their villainous plots she might hate watched st, r. r. O.. her steps a bit more closwly. UiedbrExprYtMt Motors Tow Happily In Ignorance of this sacred .St. for Three Generations. mefttng place. Vera nrlthrr watchetl her atrp nor guarded her tongue. She waa very shortly In conversation with her ugly type, and had beiruti the acToo many women, unfortunately, suffer in health, hence in loaf quaintance by asking him If he knew of happtaoae, thru condition or irregularitiea peculiar to their sex which mWat anyone about bis style who would be tat bo relieved, with a consequent restoration of health and all that it tnTttw. willing to pose for a few sketches. lb Terr woman suffering from tueh troublct we advise the um of Dr. J. Brad-ield- 't Vern'a hesrt lost a bat when the Female Hegulator. as a tonic of great value. This remedy, for woBisei only, law bacn sold for more than 60 yean, and is today, aa always, itinttiiltj upon for man's eyes swung across at her ami food remits. At all druggists in 1.00 bottles. TRY IT. held her glance for a moment or two before he nnrweretl. When he finally replied, the manner In which he bni' tallied the king's Kngllsh made Vera Mtaeurt In Studying Bird Lift. Dtltctablt Prerogative, shudder with delight. Assuredly she During the reign of Louis XT! its Tht of birds ami man, studied from the dtys of Vergil, may tng waa very xijtilar at court Every had found a true type for her villain. In Imagination Vera saw ber stor wall become more Intimate and more dance movement ended with every man fruitful tf results, as our understand-ta- t kissing his partner, and ne gallant aklng place ameng the tales of Pov of bird-lif- t (Towa deeper. Was It thought of greeting a lady friend with- and Maupasnant, with this Interestlni; not a British statesman. Viscount drey out kissing her on the lips. Hie king, villain to weave her plots around. The appolutraent with the Ugly One of rallodtn, who said In one of his himself, enjoyed this to the full, and pabllc speeches that tht appreciation always kissed erery pretty girl at any was made for the following day. He and study of birds yield s pleaiurt dance or entertainment he attended. was to come to Vera's studio. It wa "purer atsd more Itstlng than any At nodal affairs If wnt a cusiom for by no means tht first flatter Vera had plteturea of excitement, and. In the courtiers to wnlch Louis, and when taken Into tht realm of criminals, hut leaf run, happier than personal he was In high good humor ntk such nomehow this particular Individual favors as tber wished. success"! IiimI n peculiar fascination. ier fertile brain was hatching ma neuvers that would bring out the nun's true character wonderlnf how he would act under various conditions And when h lounred Into her studio the next day with a degm of unpuuc- . II... n nMKinl.lKM ..." lift IU.IIIJ lUIIV IM biwiubhw " .... hi. ture. Vera felt a great wave or in mnj mliMSsSii WARNING AotU tolnf fltin erfi. thqt otl prjf M A tn tnJ maf tm fmiuwalAwrf Jtlmg harm fJ ....... f Women and Health Simon Tankcrsley to the Merida ten-nhousees, Mr. ami Mrs. Hobert Yntcr to near Teatcrsvllle, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Cummins to the Guy Davidson farm, Mr. anil Mrs. Henry Tuttle to the George Ilrown farm, Henry, When li'o bol bcir.a to Dtlflen j Mr nnd Mrs. Wm. (Irlggs hnd for Mr nml Mrs. Albert lloundshrll to painful it ' trhlr Sunday visitors Mrs. Joshua, Cnrtcrsvllle, Hcv. Hrewer nnd family rind tr.ovcR.snt u usuttUy nn indication that tha tin;:;" ami little daughter, of Taint tJ tho Sanders farm .Mr. and Mrs. it Jim Coins, Mr. and Mrs. Kllllon to kidneyu arc out of order. Keep I ,ck and Master Ceorge Yantls. the Leavell farm. tbeao ornari3 hcaltliy by Ukln Mrs. Jamrs Ynntis and son, Ilerschel, have rcturnetl home after a PLEASANT HILL visit with Mes.lnmrs A. M. Oridler nnd It. N. Longsxvorth, of Somerset. Mrs. Wm. Morris still continues Misses Wtlmn and Stella Henry, very III. Milry tcrntdy for kldnty, of the Fall Lick road nnd Mrs. Miss Pcachle Mae Hurt hat been The wotld'a rwr iJ Uvtf, fcUdJer a.ut utlc add ttoubln. llenxtey and baby, spent n delightful It with Ingrippe. Famous slnct irtJA. Tskt regulaity sn.l iiy Thursday with Mes.lames Milton Mr. Dillard Simpson's Infant child In good I.Mllh. la Ihrst slirs, all Want nnd ('. It. Henry. druggists. Ouarants-A- l as ttprsMntstt. has been quite 111 with croup. Misses Stella Naylor, Misses CarUm Usti I ta mm CMS MUI Mr. and Mrs. H. II. Preston ate rerie, Mnud anil Heulnh Yater, Grace Hendricks and Mr. Hrnd Nnylor were joicing over the nrivnl of a girl. Mrs. Lemon Irvine spent Thursday GUY visitors recently of Mr. and Mrs. night with Mrs. Margaret Hurdctte. John Yntrr, of Judson. (Delayed.) Mr. Ilrndford llurdrtto and family Mr. an d Mrs. Green I'oynter nnd Huckrye to Pleasant Mrs. Milton Ward It on the sick' family moved Saturday near Stan- moved from ford. These good people will be Ilill. list. Mr. and Mr. Henry Hay are reMr. I. J. Foley, who hat been ill greatly missed In this community, joicing over a girl born Christmas hut our loss is Lincoln's gain. is improving. Mr. and Mrs. I'elphrry and daugh- Kve. Mr. Hrnd Naylor, of Ohio, spent ter, N'ellc, moved to Ijtncnsttr FriMrs. Pattle Shearer visited her week here with relatives. the pnst day to reside. We dislike to give mother, Mrs. Lewis Simpson during Mr. anil Mrs. John Illnck and litup such good citixens and neighbors Xmaa. tle son, J. 11.. were visitors in this ns they are the best ever, and will The moving season Is on. Several vicinity Sunday. make many friends In their new moved from this neighborhood to returned home. M'ss Airncs Henderson Liuckeye. home Sudnny nftcr n visit with Plant Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Lane entertainMr. Caleb Johnson has had two I.ick relatives. ed Christmas week with a sumptuous sick cows. He called Dr. Walker Little l.uese Henry spent Tuesday dining. Those that accepted their and they are now Improving. night with her cousin Lucille Henry, hospitality and spent an enjoyable The Christmas holidays were enof the Kail Lick roml. day were Mr. and Mrs. John Prathrr, joyable by the people by visiting Mr and Mrs. James Ynntis and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Pendleton, Mr. their friends and enjoying the big son, Ilerschel were Sunday guests f uml Mrs. Lee Pendleton, of liuckeye, dinners. Mrs. llascom Pelphrcy, or Mr. ami Mrs. Hiram Pendleton, of Mr and Mr. Walker Uurdette and family Ijinraster, Lnrasnter. will move to their new farm on Poor Mr. Earl Doolin has returned Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Sutton were Hldge pike which they purchased t home after a visit with Mt. Hebron hosts Sunday, at an claberate dinnrr from N. G. Preston. , relatives. and was enjoyed to the fulcst, by The entertainment and Christmas Mr. and Mrs. Jim Day Kay, Mr. the following: Mr. and Mrs. Wm. , and Mrs. ilill Hay spent Monday with Komana, Mrs. Adlde Sebastian, Mr. tree given by the tachr, Mirn Anna was quit a success. The chilMr. and Mrs. Tom Dootin. and Mrs. Coleman Gulley and two Ilrock dren enjoyed Santa Claus. Davidson Mrs. T. H. Lewis and son, Chester, sons, Mr. and Mrs. Guy The Pleasant Hill school will close home, nnd children, of Iincaster and Miss of Versailes, have returned after n visit with Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Fannie Sutton, of the Crab Orchard Friday P. M., for the winter months. Miss Ilrock will return to her home road. Lewis. making a visit with her father, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Dolln and Miss-- , Quite a number of changra have W J Ilrock at Vltichester, Ky. Doolin, Mr. and been made in thia nelghborhodo on es Flora adn Lorn Mrs. Oscar Lewis apent Friday with the New Year, Mr. and Mrs. Hobrrt Lint U Bt Rtmtmbertd. Mr. and Mrs. IJai!ey Kay of the I'oor Layton moving to the Spoonamore Wt ahttM give aa we would Ridge road. farm, Mr. and Mr. Wm. Griggs to cheerfully, quickly and without ' Mist Mary Brown, after spending the I'oynter home, Mr. and Mrs. Jim hesitation; for there la no grace In a the Holidays with her parents, Mr. Kason to Ijincaster, Mr. and Mrs. benefit that ttlckt to the Angers 'and Mrs. (IcorKe Ilrown, has return Marshall Kason nnd Mr and Mrs. V ID DEATH! atma ed to her sehol at Lexington. Mr. ami Mrs. Wm. Scott, Mr. ami Mrs. John Henry, of the Fall Lick roml, were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Ward, ami Mrs. C. II. nt Q013 MEDAL kp w Noti ce i OUR TERMS ARE , STRICTLY CASH OR PRODUCE Please do not ask us to nake 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 persoi without sending it to others, and this would cause us to drift buck Into the credit business. i 1 I l i m We will hold our clerks responsible so do not ask them to break our rules. 9 BRYANTSVILLE, Respectfully. Becker & Ballard PHONE 27. KENTUCKY. i ASK US ABOUT CLUBBING OFFERS OF Courier Journal FOR 1921. SUBSCRIBE THROUGH US. V While he sat In the strong Utiu. that shi mlcht ranldlr sketch In his treat leonine head and shoul sn ders, he told vividly that Vera was stt to tnarveiinc. lirr mind was set brllllsntlr allcht now with strangely powerful plots. Tht- - stories she wrote uurinc tne rew trrrki followlnc seme1 to lean Into the magatlne market and find editor nadv to cobble them ut. Hn nau seven profitable acceptances In the same number of weeas. Man. many times Vera was thank ful to the kind fate that had steered her f.rt stratiht Into that dreadful lit tie den of crime where she had found h.r villain. The villain himself remained very much the same durlnc the weeks he was under Vera's microscopic study. The day came when she decided tc tut the emotional side of bis nature as rrcurded fterself. Shn sllitned Into the most ailunnc batik gown that the proceeds from her la.t story bad permitted ner to pur rhnsf. added n few strictly femlnltw tonrhes to her nttlre and awaited In he ninbush of n softlr llrhteil studio for the arrival of the villain. He rumionil there was thst In his wbi'ii thee rested unon her which quite made Vera fenrrul ror me sareiy of her study of human nature. When he took his pone that she might resume her sketching, she mad much of the buslm ss of getting Him in He aeemeil oiisti- Hie correct light. natelv illslnellneil to adopt he exact she wunteil. She went over (!) posture until she stood close hesiue mui ami dHlberutely luld one soft, cool hum) against his cheek In an errori to in; iho bead to ber liking. f human "Now. m- - little dlmut'tor Mturn what U1V SOU golllg to ilo He was liHklng Intently at her imw-- r unci her hnlul dropped, "lou iiuvh studied me quite long enougti, it is in) mm now. i was so utterly nluaied at the softness of voice, the leallty of her tlllnln'H Knellsh ns he continued talk I tig that she made no wote to restruln the bund that was resting on ber tlinuliler. That was not a den of thieves mid murderers," he told her. "but one of ltohemlu'if haunts. I am not a cut blood-curdlin- spiration. llf CLEARANCE SALE We Realize We Must Lose Money. Our entire stock of w General Merchandise must go regardless of cost, for CASH. Nothing charged during this sale. Don't miss this opportunity as we have a large stock to select from at unheard of prices. Vi-n- throat, but John Verger" "John Verger Oh I" It was then (but Vera hid her face ugalnst the famous big thing1 In my life," the villain continued, "but this Is far and away the biggest can It iiosnlbly be so great to your Vera looked up Into the eyes again. They had grown wonderful nud tenderAnd her owu tytf ly questioning. tvelled her answer. writers shoulder. 'There huso been many LEDF ID & RAMSEY MANSE, KY. i WcRobertsDrugStjore The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Jan 13. 1921 Uncle Watt YAdf- - MAN tlkovl wrMalf Muni', A,l ( KMf taiUlalMlrtciiMt Tniff.Kl.f. rm.lictvtu Vja I dfwauf NH tfuM oWf ln,iml, Idlm Mufil'alUI,, k tlMrr kuiwliatf, WmI YM IM'I M Ml Aff,r Bmtk Cmt mrtti: Tn II ! ww il,k TODAY rttMJI, MNE TREES CAN BE SAVED BY SIMPLE METHOD OF REPAIR a wovkt like to have better b'ntlnci. certainly vrant to X save money, nnd you sm. Sim GENTLE CORRECTION kn Then use Calumet. y-- ' blaaest thlmj y u ran c' prove the r .ty cl and lower Ultas cemtu Il's the to t.v ! t-- r.a Cilumet condltlon quality. STORMES DRUG STORE. .V7dr eit, tnri caaita.y 1 Fictrrljs b Ln V.'. "1. 'o r V. 13 natlo taxi e" In.l Vcrrlct ncna can bo U. J b m:rlc in th-.''r- . in i "He mm tnlklntr to tut: thl morning anil nhiMitlne hole, through the kliiK i J KiikII.Ii In IiIr u.iial rcrklcsM way. I called hi attention tn n few lit hl grammatical error I lu.tcnd of being grateful tin shook hl under my ami rnlil Hint p('I.MIKi:il aeerna mighty Inllrliy," t oh.ervrd Hie retired men-limi- ToA.RDS.1 ..J M. S. DENTIST Offic infiaIt contnha only r:h L..'.- en- -Ulents 09 l.ae t f . dorsedby the L. Aulhori'ici. imiJala. A.. ..j a J cua"11' a l'"u la. Ik UUt in',three for vr ii ii 11 0t 'HATFIELD over Th S. mm In I'lion., Office forr through baric of tnjr lii'inl, I ' LANCASTER, r ii n't iindcrxtatid I ptili my tin Garrard Dank. - Kldnc 376 KENTUCKY tint sort of nm duct. Til Ihank any limn wlut wiiii III lion I correct tin make error In mjr nMi'rli." "In n linni you would." commented tl' hntelkeeor MVou tlilnk juu put up n fine lino of Kngll.h when you nti talking. Ynil sro satisfied )imi never make nnjr bad feel afe In saying yoa break. would welcome rrltlrlim, tmt If some sharp wli" I wise to till the fancy curve of tlif language came along, nil showed you where you get off, you wouldn't wring lil linml In an ecu tay of gratitude. No, doggone It. you would rllmli on lilx wron and one of li eye. Mlf there's any ninii make me tired anil sore. It's tin- - one who calls mi down when I am .ikliie n piece, and tell, me I am making l.lmllcy Murray roll over In Id grne. I don't mind If there an- - only two of in present at the time, hut when there arc Innocent bystander around I get nil workiil up and limi.'t iimiii n hand to liunil No cmm Mirt would do such a tiling. If you dmi't like I hp I talk, you mn n up Hilt hotel when making your dnlly round. If you muM hntid me it larkagr of crltlrl.m r ailiuonlllon, send It hy moll. Then I ran read It In the privacy of my own bed nm, and then' won't tx ati)toiy nruund to rnlae a homo laugh. "My titurntlim was radly neglected whrn I wan young. I went to school only a few months and everything I learned wan wrong, for Ihe tt'iirhrr was a farmer who ttMik up educational work an a recreation when the weather prevented him from mill vnlltis liN beans. The little I know I arcumulat-ei- l hy reading the npwipax'pi and a frw dime novel. "Consequently I am ntwnya taking n fall out of Hi language. I never rotild wle myself to the tine point of grammar, and It wn only recently I quit raying '1 done It.' und 'I h:ie wild.' Kvcry now and then an aleik stop, me In the middle of n dlwourm and about tmt where I am wrntig. and If there In any nay of getting rten with Hint man I always do. There wn n drummer for a idioo Iiuum who n.ed to freiUflit this place. I took a liking to him. and alwa)M gufe him tlie lieat room and law that Ida egg urr fn-- h from the vine, und looked after hi romfurt generally. "tine day I wns telling him n atory, and he utoppl me Jtit when I win appriNirlilng the pepinillon, and began to explain the difference lietwwn 'linir and 'will.' It teemed that 1 way uiil one of llie' worilt when I should have umxI ttn ottiiT, anil In the guodiicKi of hli heart lie ciplniticd the to me. When he had whole liulm made everything clear he ankiil me to flnluli my otory, hut I told him, In a tilting tort of way, that I might wound him to the quick hy mlnptuclng a few more word, tut I would "pare hltn that infliction. Then he now he wua In bad, and lie Iwgan telling me how he alwn)a llketl and lie took It for tu Im corn-ctiigranted Hut oilier felt the mini' way nliout It. and the tnoro lie talked the Ic uc 1 hud for him. lien many times aft"He er that, ulwuya git the vort room In the Iioum and If there win u purlieu larly lough ateuk on hatiit. It went to him. lie tried ti 1h Imnlett to Mpure hlmnlf. iiml wtia nlwnya liMklng ut me, hoping to mv ii winning umlle on my chuMo IIjmi, hut he never got anything hut Hi" nrctl" glare, and I Mie even to tliU pom he'a kicking hliiiM-lf- , day, heciiUM he nmde that hrviik. And If jou want to uuirr yourM-l- f with all your friend, you''" keep up UiIk thins of tilling people of their tillMukeiO dlKc-otn- r nm-flirt. l. J.J.Byrne Exclusive. Optometrist ; I . Simplt v Treatmant Savea DANVILLE, - KENTUCKY. Illldertnke the liiipler type" of tri.1 Opposite Gilchcr Hotel. repulr work that will proie lininenv-l- y jOffic Hour, a to 12 and I to S p.ns protltnhle In whImc line tree. A n Tree aurcer U rompnnitliely and Inexpetifhe and mot imtoiiii 'an, with a Utile preliminary prortlre. li any Fine Treei Like Thit One 'lid tile lii't metal tilted tlclll nt the lin' M CALUMET BAKING It received highest Awards, World's I'urc Food Exposition, ChiParis Deposition, Paris, cago France positive? proof ct its super-lo- r merit. i CdmHOi cup psiry .1 t apwKi Calumet Dklr. ltwd.r, H flour, 3 - few fundamental prlurtpli-muid ! KihhI to ait'lire re.ultn. (I) Itemoie the dead, decayed, or lrijtir.it wood nr Imrl;. When hent MINERAL DIRECTOR mi n llinli thl en often he dune on a tiy removlne the entire llmli; OMlra Over National Hank. Inrce limit or on the trunk It may Hetlilenre t'hone 3. OfTlre Phone 27 imnn at time, dleirlm; out the decayed matter that n cuvlty l fornwcl. LANCASTER.' K Y. (1) Sterlllre all cut iirfnie. (.1) Waterproof all rut aiirfneea. (I) l.enie I lie work In the ino't roHditlou for rapid henllni;; thl. will ofleti llwitll llllltitf or CiiMT. Ine dei-- ealtle,. (Ti) Wiitili the work from year to year for defeet und If nny appear atKntitucl; tend to them Immediately ! Removing Large Limbs. nil i mrely nhoiild he n A lart:e uioicl hy a xlnsle nw cut from the tlil. u.ually .trip, the upjNr lle, A prelim a It fall.. hark ami i VETERINARIAN. Inary rHt .tumid he made from the unI 'IL An.r.fr I'rtiniitl1 t'. der ile. hejoml the Hilnl for the filial eut ; ii nd n Mtond rut nil the up-i- t I'l. or 117 tde an huh or more iHond the KENTUCKY I.ANCASTr.R. tlrt one. Then rut the tuh rloe to ohellai the trunk. .V iikiI of fie in Id ! applleil urer the entire area of the hark, outer miivoh, nnd the rainlilHiH lintoeillntely t'l.Mnote loHllil ln npplletl to the wimnI not already rift f the Fine Cut rnwrvd by (lie hellBe n a protee-tlnand the entire hrllarked and rreiMitril Mirfnei' lniuld ! tliuitly wa- W. I enroif.il with llilrk cimI tar or an-- j thalt. (Sraftltn; wn,t. ptirtlenlarly the thlrk llipild aleolmlte klixl. Ik eicel-len- t N. L. PREWITT for waterpri.itlm: miibII irfiict'. .Vint her ennd ielln.l of treating the war In to rlmr the unrfuiv with n cauillne or ali.'hol 1dat toreh and thin nulrkly iiner the hot Mirfniv SMISFACHON C.UAKANThKl) wllh heny tar. pitch, nr lint n.phall. The trenteil .hnuld Mirfair Uttcaslcr. Ky . R. I I). No a frwil year to year and reported n nece.nry t pri'MTTo the J. A. Beazlev olieriil d H. J. PATRICK. DentlHt. Paint I.ick, to lie tllli.l with ieiin-1,or iiihalt, II ii'tmlly K adu uhle to plate one or more IhiIin IhrtHuh it to hold the wood and ItttliW I.oni; milllt-a- , lnore tlrmly licetlnT ii. II rule. Khnuld le bolted rUT)' 1" or SI lllilie.. The iint widely lined material for tllllne ravllle. la remetit. u.iMlly In Ihe form of cement umrtnr or concrete. I'nder rertnlii rondltlon. la and .iiwitut aipl amid with cement block, or romhlnallon with wih.I would he heller than either .eKinitely. and they often are more erntiomlcal. (If tell Inrce fere of wihmI or allllllliT at'CtliHinl il.ie. and the ran tie fltleil in the tllliNl with the pla.tlc. The liepartment of Acrlculture ronciTiiltic inelh-m- . In tree reHilr work und wilt he prrared to adile for or ncnliiM any II l d nH-nln- If InllC eiivlt) It is used by more All you house- wives and domestic scientists Uian any other brand. tud hare to do ii to compare mudj you costs to determine Iir.-.- It is sold at a moderate price. J3 cup butt rr.lVf cut nanukitr.1 RUO. can save by buying CalunieL Gluten Is the rnrxle building part of flour which is of prcM Importance. To be sure yoii ft t"ltlti your plain piiwder. (not se"i nun I'.our). bak-Im- YoikinllecnM nip com wlr. Whites oil eta. I tratjooo oranaa r. extract. Tbeomas tatfesrsguuf tasjk REPORT OF THE CONDITION Of The 1 Dr. Printus Walker particular metht.l ao far n ein'rleiiec and the riutt of exierllnenti will lermlt CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK No. 2888. KENTUCKY, AT T11K 29. 1020. ON DECEMBER OF LANCASTKU, wil PLANS OUTLINED FOR PREPARING POULTRY Best to Kill Fowl by Cutting Throat With Knife. g CLOSE OF BUSINESS ItKSOUItCKS Loans and discounts, including rediscounts (exJrtr.,r.3tl.03 cept those shown in b and c) Notes and bills rediscountcd other than with Federal Reserve Hank (other than bank ac- biI i Honaker Flowers. Auctioneer ei.iii ' ' n. John McRobcrts. i I I'Mlirletor It relli'ie tin' uvnrc hy kMiik ttie km n ile oniftlilni: hi- Mile the food to lltld fuull Willi. ltoatoii Triuuiflvl. Locturer "Thlii'W havo comt to a pretty k when my derlldliMi of the conntellntlona nn nmil to kIi' way on tho iiniKHim to the lor." Wtniri. JliimiBer "Sure, that Ii a Hlrlua inutter,' Like the Rett. little nclehhor lrl wna nt ou: houe when u hrlilu of' two inoiilhi uhout rami In. Our roti.t-nutlothe wedding. "Oh," wild the little rIH, "ro you cut marrlcil wltii a curtalfl A A Shrewd Man. Why do jou him Mich l'ntron jHMir imiHle lu yote roxluuraiilT Tha Caie. twlca the rut honld Im to I lie mipHrtliic hruni'h an MMMe, o im to leavi no proJeetlliK Htuh. The The underlined hereuy kim uoib prmilne wnuml mti.t he aterlllziil and For very Miinll wound, UK to all ieriii not to hellac 1. handy. mr In ndr for nny purpose wtuitcvei When n wound tin. been allow ed to we ill prou-cutnit olteinler, i die fullest extent of the law. limit remain untreated for u ear or more, orentiNim are nlmo.t r nil-- ' nln linen vpvrially Utki eerliiln to hne Murleil an nrea of denotice. my nnd liiMct ncthlty hehlnd Ihe It. L. KUkm Mr. Corn I'lilllip. mirfiKe. Such Mr. Kmmu Oiiiiiets, reipilre exruiatlou of decnjisl H. L. Arnold. ntnl iIImmi weod and Herlllilne and waterpriHilliii; of the rut tnjrfiicv.. Mrs. Sarah J. P. Hackley, The tool onllnarlly nnpilri'd are Mrs. Emma HUrginbotham, iiutotde-croiiiil two Kdd and N. U. Price. . of mi Imli cmizi-- . tiMie B. C. Illpby. ami the other 1H liirhex), n knife, D. M. Anderson. . mullet or Immnier. mid an R. L. Barker . Inly kisti e.lse hould ! U. U Kelley. iim.I ou Ihe bark or near the camJ. C. lUgtby. bium. Mrs. Victoria Anderson, DUeaied Vood. Remot Thumpion nnd Tracy Itemoie all the illnnwil or lnerl-mteV. T. Klnc wimmI. l or lu an-n- t of many y.'iir .tiindlne there may tie only u thin hell o beallhy wikhI around the ravlly, in which cw the tree 'fitt Ih' brareil r 'flen r KU)i'd and I' and n'ldin' i.y u healthy one )o no leac nilty no l will 'e .t lain wafer, lu huplne n ruvltj I. i In- til In I with tVHfiit. etc. lime the aide underfill. If hiiI.Ii mi tn hold the flllltu: inon tlrwei- Hi w om hark at tin- - eilue. IliC all mid I"' rut nway after the tie matter tu Invii iiij eil nnd V H.'l rolHpielely ejcaiaicd Mild the eiU-e-. of tlw .npwiMMt nnd bark udjolnlui: the niniMuui xheMae ,,!. Tit remainder K of Iho euvll nt o mut he .lertll'l Cn.Moite I rev wiiiir ndeil. tlier th n heavy waliptiNtf i merino idnMtld I applied. 'L' Mut.ui.i.' i I'iIIIiik (lie e.ki.ty Ic of niueli le it Hrlnnre. Ofleti u ruilty I. belliT le'l Wme. t adwiu-'A cmlty mut l nnlllleil. viiil-- l tJm.. i. trof'i jear Ij ytir and any tcndriicy uit. lir.ii ...(.' of the wHlcriw M1ns in rrnck. plil. or I.IUler hmmiIiI lminiPiitely li'i'oun POSTED c In miibII Immrlie. and miide n clo.e ceptances sold) (see Item fil b) Overdrafts, secured none; unsecured Makes Better Appearing Deposited to secure circulation (U. S. bonds value) . Cooling May Product for Ma-k- et Owned nnd unpledged Oe Done by Placing Carcasses War Savins Certificates nnd Thrift Stamps nctu- In Iced Water. ally owned Total U. S. (iovernment securities IllriU tn he killed and marketed Stock of Federal Reserve Bank (GO per cent of II limit fiiit subscription) for at alaiuld be kepi Value of bankinR house, owned and unincumberIt: hour- - before kllllnc. say mu! ed of the I'nllcil Stnte" try liepartment of Agriculture. Tlie hfj' Furniturg and fixtures Feucral Reserve Rank methiMl of kllllnt; I to au.pend the lawful reserve with Cash in vault nnd net amounts due from national fowl hy the lex and tbrniiEli banks cut the Jusu'nr vein In the back Net amounts due from banks, bankers nnd trust f the ihniat with a United htatcs (other than companies in the tlil. veif knife. After included in Items 11, 12, or H) Into the nmf of the Checks on ba:U located outside of city or town once or twlcv.-cil- l uioulli an n to pierce the brain with of reporting Twk and other cash items the point of the knife, allchtly turning Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer ami due from U. S. Treasurer . the point after It bus pierced the Interest earned but not collected approximate brain. on Notes nnd Rills Recelveabk- - not past due Fowl, to be iiaed nt home may le .- -if any.. O'her killed more elly by chopping on their bend.. The fowl may he either TOTAL nharp-pi'lnte--- atvjoo.oo 342.78 10,300.00 H 128,309.98 342.78 50,000.00 H5.00 01,146.00 3,300.00 7,000.00 7,000.00 1,353.20 24,024.3d 38,378.43 1,175.01 5,518.10 2,500.00 1,500.00 729.71, treuu u"i dry picked or n nrnlded. 1570,207.57 50,000.00 00,000.00 18,434.00 8,970.32 9.403.C8 E water-priifed- . droiy-protlnrln- s il cen-rall- d MK'ket-hamllet- thriv-foiirth- . n wnter-noiikei- mnrket fowl which . itialer, Ii often but preferred. If the blnl I. for home uae. ahould bo done linmedl-ntelafter the blnl In killed, as th featben then come out more enidly lie careful not to tenr the akin. Vox wuter lulled Ju.t acubllni:. the Ndllni: xliit, luimeralne tbu fowl two or three time., or until the fenth era pull olT eually, hut b not teai It In no loin; that the .kin amid. Cool the fowl, nfter they ore picked, either hy ImiiuliiR them up In ii iimiI plan- - or nviklus them lu odd or Iced wuter. I'owl for market are ti.ually aold undniwii, hut for home or hxnl ue they may lie dniuii by ihe crop throiiKti un ojienlus made In tne aklu of the mi k, and around the lent and then reiiMiv luc the liite.ttue-- i nnd all other via ceml iiiiderlnl, iimklui; an addltlnna .lit lu lo the nbdiiuien If iiiiva.ury I'lnce the liver nnd Kizzsird back li the ImkIj-- cavity. nmke. s LIABILITIES. I y - 'Capital stock paid in . Surplus Fund profits Undivided expenses, interest und taxes paid... Less current Interest nnd discount collected or credited in nd- -' vnnce of maturity nnd not earned approxi-- I mute) Circulating Notes outstanding .Net amount uue to national nanus Certified checks outstanding Tot.il of Item 28, 20, 30. 31. 32 Individual deposits subject tu check.. Certificates of deposit (other than for money borrowed) Bills ivaynhlc. other than with Fedcrn) Reserve Rank (including all obligations representing money borrowed other than rediscounts) ... .... ..... ...... 2,500.00 49,300.00 933.88 I5.0Q 949.48 297,454.41 01,000.00- ......... 45,000.00 cut-tin- SCALES FOR TRUCK In USE TOTAL $570,207.57 Liabilities for rediscounts other than with Federal Reserve Rank (see Item lc) 38,200.00 Total contingent liabilities 54 n, b, c, and d) (not including items In Schedule 23 of report) 38,200.00 Statu of Kentucky, County of (iiirrard. ss: I L (2. Davidson, Cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. - (I. DAVIDSON, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this hth. day of January, 1921. S. C. Denny, NoUiry Public. .My commission expires Junuary 8th, 1024. I- - (ilnn-Innil'- ' - - .Sfi dloail Sanatoarium i' -1 Knrvten. nt .t rule huxe nut Ihe Kiai hi.i.illnl platform auliiihb fur motortruck WelflllllC Tlil- - ftli'l ahould I.' lu Inlyttlkeii Intu ing scale, in the future; eeii If one due not own ii motortruck when lie deride. In buy a scale It la writ. Ill mo.t cute at loMat. to buy u settle ileslflietl for ue hlni; innturtrurk load. Correct Attest-- . J. W. Sweeney L. L. Walker, WF. Chnmp. - Directors. W. 0. R16NEY. lo ! .i.t '.t.i v'.l aw-.. 1 PRODUCE SUDAN GRASS SEED Most of Commercial Product drown In Statei of Texas, Oklahoma and Kansas. Funeral OllicelPlione Oirector and IK. Embalmer. Kcntuclcy. Mmnoiia :..f ' tenirtiil h r.iiilntlni:. 1 ..mt aw.. K. i on vnnr head, too." Wheri klni lueliil roverltie ! iimiI llit re ihiuld U ii mil row halMn. I. ledfe of I m re wmxl nroun the hL--i to which the margin of th ueUI can Ih tacked. The cavity iinut ln uterlllzed and uieprifet. iced Moat of Die rommervlul Sudan cms l pri. lured In Texas, Oklahoma Resilience Hume a:i. nnd Kalians, but wcatern Mtaaoiirl and Cotumilo and New MeiliM also produce more seed than Is lidded for local consumption. Lancaster, The Central Record. Ltincasler, Ky., 7 hursday, Jan 13, 1921 REPORT OF THE FINANCIAL CONDIIlumber, Wm., Ilumbcr, Will, Uumbcr Wm., Ilumber, Wm., Ilumber Wm., Ilumbcr Wm., Ilumber Wm., Dumber Wm Ilumber Wm., Ilumbcr Wm., Ilumbcr Wm., Ilumbcr Wm., Ilumbcr. Will Ilumbcr Wm., Ilumber, Wm., Ilumbcr, Wm., Hunt, Hob Hunt, Hob Hunt, Hob Hunt. Hob Hurt, Marion, Hurt, Lige, ItntrliUnn. Sum. 18.00 Mayfleld, 18.00 .Mayfleld, 18.00 Mnyflcld. 18.00 Moy field. 1H.00 Mayneld, 18.00 Mayncld, 18.00 Mayneld, 18.00 Maytleld. 1K.00 Mayfleld, 18.00 UnvlUI.I 18.00 ...t,l.i !- Hcrt . . i- TION OF GARRARD COUNTY, KY. Having been appointed by the Garrard County, Kentucky, Fiscal Court to compile n Financial Statement for the flcal year ending April 1, 1920, the following Report Is respectfully submitted. CONT1NUKI) FHOM LAST WKKK. 18.00 12.00 18.00 18.00 Mike, Mike. Mike. M. II., Mike M. M. M. 11 Hert, Hcrt, Hcrt, Hcrt. Hert. Hert. Hcrt Hert -. . Denton, Denton, Denton. Denton,' Denton, I. niton, Denton, Denton, Denton, Denton, Denton, Denton, Denton, Denton, Denton, Denton, Denton, Denton, Denton, Denton, Denton, Denton. Jes, will .less, Will, Uraxton Joss . .- - Je, Jess, Jew, Jew, - Jew, Brock. J est Jew, Jess, Brack, Jess Brack, Hrack ..... ..... ..... .....r- ..... (Forbes. Forbes, Forbes. Forbes. 18.00. Forbes, 7.60 Forbes. 5.00 Forbes, 12.00 Forbes, coo Forbes, 18.00 Foster, 18.00 Foster. 0.00 Foster, COO Foster. ; ... ... ... 28.00 08.00 78.00 100.00 4.C9 ...... ...... ...... ...... ..... ..... ...... ... .. -- Hcrt, . ltrt 20.75 Patterson, 1 1.76 Patterson, 7.60 I'ntterson, 8.03 Patterson, 15.00 Patterson, 1 1.76 Patterson, 10.03 9.00 12.05 14.75 10.00 15.00 18.00 18.00 16.00 15.90 1.60 16.00 I Patterson, 0.00 I Patterson, 15.00 Patterson. . - May-field- . S ?- - 0 15.00 10.60 15.00 15.00 15.00 7.50 .100.00 0.00 1.00 13.50 (1.00 H2! Mike II.. II ...... 11.10 6.00 0.00 9.00 18.00 18.00 ..... -- - (1.00 Dunn, Jake, Dunn, Jake, Dunn, Hen, Dunn, Jake, Durui,Morgai Dunn, Hen, Dunn. Hen, Dunn, Jnke, Dunn, Morgan, Dunn, Jus., Dunn, Hen, Ounn, Jim, .. Dunn, Jake, Dunn, Ben, Dunn, Jake, Durn Juke. Uunn. Ilooievclt, Ounn, Juke, Dunn ltoosevclt, Dunn, Sam, Dunn, ltoosevclt, Dunn, Jake, Dunn, Sum, Dunn, Manuel, Dunn, Dunn, Dunn, Duiiii, Munn, Morgan, Dunn Jake, Dunn, Hen, Dunn, Hen, Dunn, Dunn, Dunn, Dunn, Dunn, Dunn, Dunn, Dunn, Dunn, Deshon, George, . Deshon, George, . Dcshoii, George, . . Dixie Garage, Dathon, George, . Dcjhon, George, . Deshon, George. . Deshon, George, . Dixie Gnrnge. . Dity, Ixiuis, Doty, Wm., Duty, Wm., Doty, Wm., Doty, Wm., Doty, Wm., Doty, Wm., Doty, Wm., Doolin, Tom, Dooliu, Karl, Doolin, Wm., Doolin, Wm Doolin, W. T., Doolin. tori. Doolin, Karl, Daolln. Si.l, Denton, Urnxton. Denton, Urnxton. Denton, Uraxton, Denton, Uraxton, Denton, Jess, ... Denton, Jess, . . . Denton, Jess, Denton, Itrnkton. Denton, Jew, Denton, Wm., ... Denton. W. M Dcntcn, Jew, Denton, Jess, . . . Denton, W. M., . Denton, Win., Denton, Win., - . Denton, Jess, Denton, Jess, Denton, Wm., - Dcntcn, Jess, ... Denton, Win., Denton, Jess, --- Ikrton, Jes, Jew, Jess, Braxton, . 21.00 Al 31.45 iz.uu fJrem. Allen 0.(50 Griggs. 24.00 Abe 15.00 .ftan. W. I!, 30.00 Tom 0.00 Ubki. W. II 30.00 Joins, Al, 0.00 Griggs. Kobcrt 4.50 Jones, Tom, d.OOj Griggs. W. n Krvannugh. Mort, . -- ",'u7 12.00 Wm ...!W Knvannti ih. Mole. . 15.00 .0: Clarence, Xr.iattnuch. Mote, . 15.00 Green. Clarence, 247.00 Kcllcy. H. F. 18.00 Green, Clarence IIP 70 Kennedy, Alex. 18.00, 'rpcn. Clarence. 30.00 Kennedy, Alex 18.00, Crimes. Ollie d.OO Kennedy. Alex 15.00' Grimes. Henry 0.00 Kennedy, Alex, 15.00 lOiries. Wm.. 24.00 Kennedy, Alex 17.70 j "times, Wm., 30.00 Kennedy, Alex, (LOO. Grimes. Wm 6S.10 ieMy. II. r 18.00 (Jrirnes. Wm 40.59 i Kidd. J us., .I.OO'.iriwrs W. IL, 31.00 K ng, Dud 12.00s Hmv, Everett, 15.90 img. Dud 24.00! Grow. 7.50 t and. John. T 'rJ'in 000,1 lln,ii ilhl"cry Co.. (10.15 Lan '. John ; ;Vo Roads Machinery Ce.. 0.80 I niu-- It. M . r.-t-- (rant. Bowman, I2.S0 Griggs. W. H 15.00 Grimes, Wm., 12.00 Green, Clarence, 1K.00 ''; nes, Wm., 9.00 "t lie. Wm m.uu Jas., Stanley,, Stanley Stanley Gnlion Iron Works Co., Gnlion Iron Works Co., Gnstinrnu, O. C, (iraham. Wm., Graham, Wm., Graham, Ollie, Graham. Ollie " " -- 02.00 ion. oo !2?,22l"u',hln. Sam! 10;J,0.2' Hutchison, Sam .il'SS.Jp""'"' .... Irvine, ... . , l i - 7? Jennings. Irvine. 17'r-:- 1.00 0.30 7.13 O.fiO ....... .... .. 5.00 ....... .. ."0 " - B0.00,jennlnKls I.. D Jennings, George, Jenninirs, George, -- 'V", Jones, 10.50 ...... ........ ..... ..... Clarence, ...... W. II ..... .... 3.00 30.00 72.00 74.50 45.5 1 15.00 Jones, Tom Tom Jones, Abe, jonc. Tom, Jones, Tom Jones, Tom, - Jones, Jones, Jones, Jones, Jones, Jones. Jones.' Al .. Abe, Tom. ............ ........... ........ .. 13.50 Marsee, Clayton, 3.00 Mayfleld, Bert. . 9.00 Mayfleld. Bert. . 9.75 McMurtry, 1.00 McMurtn-- . K. 2.75 McQucrry, I'orter, 18.00 Mc.Million. Tom, 15.00 McQucrry, Frnnk, 15.00 Midilleton. Sam, . 0.25 Middleton. I) 15.00 Middleton, Sam, 15.00 Middleton. Sam. . 15.00 Middleton. ham. . 7.50 Middleton. Sam, . 13.50 Middleton, Sum, . 9.00 Middleton, Arthur. 15.00 Miller. A. C. 12.00 Middleton. Sam, 18.00 Middleton, Sam, 9.00 Middleton, Sam, 11.70 Middleton, Sam, 3. (10 Middleton, Sum, 18.00 Middleton, Sum, 10.20 Middle!' n, Sam. 15.00 Mtddteton. Sam, 5.55 Mul.iletcn, Sam, 10.50 Mi'ldleton, Sam, 11.85 M u.lletcn. Sam. 7.60 Middleton, Sam. COO COO Mayfleld. Hcrt Mayfleld. ",ft Mayfleld. Hert. Mayfleld. Hert. Mayfleld. Hert. Marsee. Tom. Mayfleld. Hert. Mayfleld, Uert, Marsee. Tom, Mayfleld, Hert. Mayfleld. Hert. Mayfleld. Hert. Mayfleld. Hert. Mnvfirl.1. Bert. Mnvflrlil. Bert. Mnvtlrlil. Bert. Mayfleld. Bert. Marscc. Tom. Hert. . . . . . .. . . . . 30.00 3.00 18.00 18.00 18.00 18.00 9.80 15.00 15.00 12.50 . . . . . -- . . . 24.00 11.10 17.70 2600.00 , . 129.70 3.00 1.60 13.60 15.00 1C50 3.00 16.00 18.00 3.(10 9.00 Pendleton. Cornelius, ... Pennington, John, Pendleton, Virgil, Pendleton, Cornelius, Pendleton, Virgil, Pendleton, Virgil. Pendleton, Cornelius, . . Pendleton, Virgil. Pendleton, Cornelius. . . Pitt, J. U, I'ennlrtgton, J. II., . . . . Pennington, J. II., Pendleton, Virgil, ..-- . Pennington, J. II., . . Pendleton. Virgil. Pennington, J. II., Pennington, Henry, Pennington, Henry, Pendleton, Cornelius, Phillips Brothers. Pendleton, Virgil. Pendleton, Cornelius, . . Pendleton, Cornelius, ... Pendleton, Virgil, Pendleton. Virgil Pendleton. Virgil Poll, Chas.. Pair. Chas., Pnrs. n, U. F.. Pnwlcy, l.oyd, Paw ley, Loyd, Paron, G, M., G. M G. M., (1, M., O. M G. M G, M., G. M., G. M., It. ..... .. F ..... ... .... Bobinson, Lige, Bvb nson, I.lge, Bobinson, I.lge, Bobinson. I.lge, Bobinson, I.lge, Robinson, I.lge, 233.80 Kohinson, John, 183.50 Bobinson. John, 268.00 Bobinson, Lige, 10.20 28.05 70.00 15.00 16.00 70.00 Bobinson, Bobinson, Koblnsoit, Kcblnson, Bobinson, 2.10 Bobinson, 2.12 Bobinson, 1.25 Robinson, 2.30 Robinson, 80.60 Bobinson, 60.00 Bobinson, 9.00 Bobinson, 12.00 Kob'nson, 18.00 Bobinson, 66.75 Bobinson, (1.76 Bobinson, 8.76 Bobinson, 26.00 Bobinson, 86.00 Bobinson, 13.60 Bobinson, 21.00 Bobinson, 9.00 Koblnsnn, 27C19 Bobinson, 141.06 Bobinson, 172.25 Kohinson, 30.00 Boblnsim, 162.25 Bobinson, 162.25 Bobinson, 202.25 Bobinson, 62.00 Bobinson, I.6S 1.92 2.11 .06 .04 Harvey, Hnrvey, Hnrvey, Hnrvey, . . ,. . . 21.00 . . . . . . . Hnrvey, Hnrvey, Hnrvey, Hnrvey, Hnrvey, 21.00 21.00 21.00 21.00 21.00 21.00 2 1.00 21.00 . . . Hnrvey, Hnrvey, Hnrvey, Hnrvey, . . . . . . 21.00 21.00 24.00 21.00 2 1.00 Hnrvey, Hnrvey, Hnrvey, Hnrvey, Hnrvey, Hnrvey, Hnrvey, Hnrvey, Hnrvey, I.lge, Lige, I.lge, Lige, . . . . . . . 21.00 24.00 2 l.(W 2 LOO . . . 24.00 24.00 2 1.00 llnney, Hnrvey, 24.00 24.00 3.00 12.00 16.00 . . Ilirnm, Lige, . .0.00 3.00 . 15.00 . 3.00 . . 10.20 16.00 18.00 .1,00 ... . . . . . . 1.60 73.60 12.50 16.00 7.60 1.03 12.60 3.75 7.50 14.00 16.26 2.50 13.00 12.00 12.00 4.60 3.00 15.00 12.00 10.60 PolT. PolT, PelT. PclT. PolT. PolT. PolT. Chas Chas., Chns., Chas., Chas., Chns potr. c. ii pctr. :. n Potr. Potr. PotT. Pe.IT. C. H C. C. c. ii.. c. ii c. II.. 11.. H P!T. Pe.lT. PolT, PotT. PotT. .. ... J... 33.00 (10.00 ''cl . 'M.'s-o.n- '"Z" 57.(50 Louis. ulf Refining Co.. ulf Refining Co., 3.00 20.58 11.24 7.50 12.00 15.00 11.10 IOlt.0 Ilan'xton. 53.70 Hamil'on. Hamilton, 3.00 Hamilton, 1.25 Hateb'en 10.00 1 Hob.. IlrotluTS. Ira, Robert. Ira. ... .. ... ... .... .... .... Hnreldcn llnrdiek, Ilardick. Hardick, 'InrdicL, ilardick. Hnnlirk. Ilardick, Ilardick. 2L00 Ilardick. 0 18.00 18.00 18.00 18.00 15.00 25.40 14.40 Hnsclden Jake, Jake, Jake, .... Hen. Jake. Jake, Hen, . Jake. .. .... ... ...... .... . . ... ....... . . ....... ... ....... .. ... Bn, Ben, Ben, Ben, .... Jake, Itrn, Dm, Ben. Bun, Dunn, Dunn, Dunn, Dunn, Dunn, Dunn, Dunn, Dunn, Dunn, Dunn, Dunn, Dunn, Dunn, pl)unn, 9.00 Ilpmlrnn. T. ?.. 9.00 'T.nr!rn. T. S . S'iln ''crr'nP. Andrew, . 2'o2 "err'nK Andrew, ,Irr,nK .. in'nn J,t'rrinK. Andrew, Andrew, Iron Andrew, Yi'Tik 'lerrinK Andrew, i9 rn "err,nR' Andrew, in'nn Herring, Andrew, ",!rr'nJ .. ?'22 "lrrinK' Andrew, Andrew, IUrron. Andrew, (j.30 iterron, Andrew, . 2.2o Herron, Andrew, 12.50 Herron. Luther. . 5.(53 Hicks, Ilichard. Hicks. Ulchard. .. 4.00 Hicks, Iticliard, . 11.00 Hicks. Ulchard, . . 15.00 II att. Jus Wm.. . 14.25' 8.75 H Itxc'aw, Ira. ... . . . IG.OO.Hardick. 18.00 Hardick. 10.00 ilardick. 15.00, Hardick. 0.15 'Ham. Millard 17.70 ,TtnrrU Tho. Tti U-'Harris. Thos. T H.7U Harris. Thos.. 3.90 Hendrcn, T. S 7.80, Hendren. T. S 13.50 Hendrcn. Thos., 18.00 Hendren, T. S., 15.00 Hendren, T. S 20.70 Hendrcn, Tom 21.00 Hendrcn, Tom. 7.50 Thos 0.00 Hendren, Tom, 7.50 18.00 Hendrcn, Tom. ... ., 7.50 Hendren. T. S.. .. 2.25 Hendren. T. S.. ., 1C.C0 ILndrcn, T. S.. S., ., 15.00 Hendrcn, T. S., Hendrcn, T. .. 14.70 Hendrcn, T. S., ., Brothers. Brothers, Clarence. Frank. .. I eland. . l.cland, . Frank. .. Clnrenrr. Frank. Frank Clarence Clarence Frank Frank Cronley 378.50 00.00 2(15.00 11.25 12.00 (1.00 3.00 Ue. II. I., 18.00 I.eavell. Kph, IT...10 I.eavell. Knh 30.00, cmay. Sid COO Lcavell. Kph 12.00 I.eavell. Taylor 9.00 i.eavell. 18.00 I.eavell, 81.00 I.cavell. 10.50 !,iavcll, 12.00 I.eavell, 15.00 I.eavell, 15.00 Leavell. 17.40 I.eavell, CC.CO I.eavell, 10.50 I.eavell, 40.20 Henry, .. Lcivrll. Kinnalrd. '.avell. Kinnaird, ta.ll, Kinnaird, Vavell. Kinnaird, i.euvell, Kph l.cnvell, Taylor. . i.cavell, U K.. . I.eavell. Kph I.cavell, Taylor. . . I.eavell, Kph l.esvell, - K.. .. : --I- Lane. Hen 47.C0 7.75 12.00 .1.00 (1.00 15.00 7.30 15.00 COO Mcidleton. Sam, Middleton, Sam. liddleton. Sam, Middleton, Sam, Middleton, Sam. VtxUlcfan, Sam, MaUhw(. I. em. Vi iUetcit. Sam. : I. IttiiM. Sam. ! Irtun. Pair. PelT. PotT. Pr.IT. PotT. Cha ... Chas Chas Chas Chas Chas.. Chns Chns. Cbcil ........... 30.00 Bobinson, John, . 33.70 Bobinson, John, 30.00 Bobinson, John, 11.60 Bobinson, John, . 24.00 Bobinson, John, . 0.00 Bobinson, John, 17.40 Kohinson, John, 12.00 Bobinson, John, 11.30 Bobinson, John, 23.70 Bobinson. John, . 13.50 Bobinson. Arthur, 27.60 Bobinson, I.lge, 18.00 Bobinson, Arthur, 27.00 Bobinson, Arthur, 33.00 Bobinson. Lige, 18.00 Bobinson. Lige, 18.00 Bobinson. Hiram, 27.00 Rogers, A 30.00 Rogers, Millard. 3C00 Holers. Will, 37.70 Boss, Milton, .19.00 39.00 3.00 19.60 18.00 10.26 Boss, . . .. .. . . . . . . . . . . . 0.00 12.00 3.00 14.76 7.60 8.00 16.00 8.05 10.00 11.50 10.00 1 4.26 10,00 15.00 15.00 16,00 18.01) . .. 3.00 3.00 9.00 10.50 4,60 78.7(1 la.oo Morgan, John, 18.00 15.00 viurithv Trniifir Co.. . Moiwriy. Mount, J. It.. A Cs.. - M)'tr, Jes., Myers, - - Myer. Jess 15.90 Myers. Jess, 4. R0 18.00 3.00 11.10 1.13 1.25 11.25 4.13 5.03 7.00 4.00 11.25 11.75 8.75 5.00 13.50 18.00 18.00 0.00 15.00 Myers 1(5.20 Jes Mytrs, Jess. Myers, Jess. Myers, Jess, Myers. Myers. Myers. Myers. Myers, Myers, Myers, Myers, Myers, Myers, Myers, Myers, Myers. Myers, .Myers, Myers. Myers, Myers, Myers, Myers, Je. ... . . I'eff. CIhs i.00 PafT. Cans.. 10.10 Pr.tr. Ckas 12.75 Potr. CKas .1.75 Pelf. Chas 10.00 Preon, Turney. (12.06 Prather. Wm., Prtet, Veata. 1 (.3 . 45.00 Priet', George, . 3.00 PraUier. Ceeil. 16.00 Prather. Cecil .. 7.60 Prather. W. U, . 10.60 Prather. W. U. 18.00 Pendleton. Cornellu. . 15.00 Preston, Klbert, 3.(10 2(1.00 36.S0 I. SO 51.00 2.0 6.00 . . .. . . 20.76 0.00 20.70 1 1.00 18.00 16.00 . - . ....... Tuylor Herron Taylor Taylor Tuylor Taylor Taylor, Taylor, Herron, Herron, 12.00" Leave!!. Taylor Herron, Taylor, Jess, Jess. Jess Jess. Je-s-, Jess . .. . .. . .. Prather, Jesse, 14.75 Preston. Klbert. 10.00 rresten. Iluke. . Hull 12.50 25.75 I'ftotmastcr of fjincnster. 7.50 Bay. Hem 11.87 Buy, Flem, . . . 3.00 3.00 1.50 18.00 12.00 1 1.29 2.75 Jess, Jes. Jess, Jess, Jess, Jess, Jess, Jess, Jess Jess, . '. -- -- . . r- -- 15.00 10.25 15.25 15.00 13.75 1 Bay. Hay, Hay, Bay, Homer. 9.76 12.90 29.40 . Henry, . Henry". .. . 1.25 Lee. W. U 24.00! Lee. II. I) 48.00 27.00 39.00 28.80 30.00 40.20 30.00 30.00 33.75 27.00 52 I.eavell. I.eavell, Lee. II. l.cnvell. I.eavell, I.cavell. Lee. II. I.eavell, I.eavell, Lee, II. 18.00 l.cnvell, 24.00 Lenvell. 48.00 I.eavell, 11.20 I.eavell, COO I.eavell, 9.00 Lenvell, 14.40 l.emay, COO I.cavell, 13.50 I.eavell. 14.40 Lee. II. 12.00 Lei, II. 9.00 l.cnvell. 15.00 15.00 Leavell, Lenvell, .. 33.00 30.00 I.. I) Taylor. Taylor, Herron, Taylor, I)., Kph. ... . 9.00 15.00 (1.90 ;n.uu 14.40! 15.90 Taylor, Tuylor, Kph. Kph, ....... . -- 34.80 150' .. Taylor Taylor, Mil, Kph. 1) ..... . 7.50 17.40! 18.00 9.00 18.00 87.00 18.,0 Taylor, I) .. 4.50 Jess, . Jess, Jess Myers, Jess, Myers. Jess, .. Myers. Jess, Myers. Jess, livers. Jess, Myers. Jess, Myers. Jess, Myers, Jess, Myers, Jess, Nutlonal Bank of Nnylor, Hubert. Vuvlnr. Hubert. Naylor. Hubert. Jes, . -- ' Lee. II. I)., 27.00 Leavell. T. I' 15.00 Lenvell. Kph. 18.00 0.(10 9.00 I.eavell, 12.00 I.cavell. 27.85 I.eavell, 9.00 Lenvell, 3.30 I.eavell. Taylor, I.cawll, L K Lecrvll. Taylor. Leavell. T. L.. Lenvell. L. K Kph, Kph, . Kph, Kph, Kph I. K., Kph. .... .... .. .. .. H'-it- t, ltn, Ben. Ben, Juke, Juke, Juke, ltn, Ben, Jnke, lion, "IVinn, Juke, Dunn, Juke, Dunn, Juke, Knst. Gilbert, Kites, Ship, Kites, Shin, Kites, Kstes, Kites, Kites, Kites, Ivittes, Ship, Kites, Ship, 1.50 15.00 13.80 9.00 18.00 12.00 14.40 12.90 13.50 10.50 1 Wure, Hughe Bros. A Wure, Hughes Bros. and Ware, Ilumbcr, Wm number. Urn., Hughes, Bras. & ironib, S. . ........ ... .. iljnlier, . HiMit-er- 3.00 18.00' 9.00 12.00 Ship, Shiji, Ship, Ship, hhip, Kvans, Arthur, Kvtuis, Arthur, Kvans, Arthur Kvnns, Kvans, AVthur, Kvaui, SJd. Kvans, Arthur, Kvan, Arthur, Kvans. Tom, Kvans, Arthur, Kvans, Arthur, i Ktf. Ccorge, . Mike, Forbes. M. II.. Kcrbes, Arthur, .... Forbes, 'Mike 9.00 28.80, Iluirniiin. J. T. 17.50. llulTmuu. T. J 20.70 Ilulfmun, T. J 24.00 Hughes and Wure, 24.001 Muir'es Bros, ft Wure, 73.50 Ilumber, Wm., m 30.00 Humber, 21.00' Hun her, 'Wm., 18.00 ilumber, Wm 17.40 Humber, Wi. 18.00 Humber, Wm 18.00, Humber, Wm 18.00 Ilumber, Wm., 18.00 Itumlior. Wm 12.00 Ilumber, Wm 18.00, Humber, Wm 12.00 Ilumber, Wm., 9.00! Ilumber, Wm., 18.00! Ilumbcr, Wm 18.00 Ilumbcr, Wm., 2.00 ilumber, Wm., 72.00 Ilumber. Wm 100.00 Ilumber, Will, C3.00 Ilumber, Wm ' 1 Wm., Wm., Hunt. Bob.. Ilumber, Wm.. Ilumber, Wm., Ilumber. Win., nj.nher, Wm., Ilumber, Wm Humber, Wm., 7.50 1.00 400.57 UfiH.92 108.40 18.00 18.00 15.00 .. ..... Logan, Morgan, Lcgun, Morgan Logan, Morgan Logan, Morgan. Lognn, Morgan, 3.00 Logan, Morgan 9.00 Logan, Morgan, (1.00 ' 7.00 'ogun, Morgan, 15,00 t yons, Mrs. G. 18.00 Logan, Morgan gan. Morgan, 15.00 13.50 Logan, Morgan 12.00, '.ogan, Hubert 12.00 Lt;an, Jumos, 5.40 Logan, Morgan, . Logn, .Morgan M 72.00 VuClor. Hubert 3(1.00 N'aylor, Hubert. 18.00 Naylor, Hubert, 18.00 Nnylor, Hubert. 1C50 N'aylor. Hubert, 12.80 Vvtnr. Hrnilli". iu.uu nyior, Hubert. ViN'O'or. Leonard, !22.tf'ylor. 1'ulwrt. -""I Naylor. Bradley, 00.00 Nfavlor, Hubert. 9.00 Naylor. Hubert, .. (1.90 Naylor. Hubert, 6.40 Naylor. Hubert, .. 9.00 Newland. Clifton. . 3.00 Newland. Clifton, 17.701 Newlaml. Clifton. COO Nevbind. Cllftsn, 12.00; Newland. Clifton, COO Newlnnd. Clifton, Clifton, 3.00 ' . wland. Clifton, 18.00 15.00 Newlnnd. Clifton, 18.00 Newland. Clifton, 9.00 Newland. Clifton, 15.90' Newlnnd. Clifton, 7.60 Newlnnd. Clifton, 15.00 Newland. Clifton, 9.00' aks, Bin. 10.00 Oaks. IV 9.30 Ooks. Bin, .- v...nP. Huh-- rt 12.00 15.00 18.00 18.00 18.00 13.50 Bay, Kobcrt Itaney. J. T . 18.0 18.00 Bay, Charles, 15.00 Bay. Itobert, 18.00 Bay, Itobert. 18.00 Bay, Benard iH.no Bay, Flem, . 18.00 Bay, Itobert, 16.00 Kay, itobert. 15.00 Bav, Benard 15.00 Bay, Sherrard, 15.90 Bay, Flem 18.00 Bay, Harrison Lancaster, 400O.00 Bay, Benard, 1(1.20 Bay, Harrison 18.00 Bay, Flem, 18.00 Bay, Marshall. Bay, . ... Henry ltuney, Taylor Itaney. Taylor Bay, Joe. Bay, Bnbert Bay, Charles. Bay, Charles Bay. Tom, - 27.00 0.00 ........ . Harrison, 28.50 Bar, George. COO 12.00 P.ay, George. tH.OO Bay. Flem, ... 1H.00 Money. Taylor, 12.80 ''rynolds. Luther, Reynolds, Luther, J.OO 15.00 Beynolds, Johnson. 3.00 Beynolds, Luther, . . 15.00 Beynolds, Johnson. Luther (1.G0 Beynolds, 15.00 Reynolds, W. K Blee. . 18.00 Bice, George George 18.00 George 15.00 Bice. 9.00 Bice, George, Kk-r- , 10.00 Hire, George, Geortre. 10.03 14.00 KrMnson. Bonnie 15.00 Koh!nn, Bennie 10.00 Itobirtson, Beanie. 7.50 Kcblnson, Bonnie. 18.00 'tolHinon. Itunnfe. . . . . i. 18.00 Roblnsun, Ben, 1C60 Robinson Ben Robinson, Ben, 12.00 .. 15.00 Itol,nson, Bon. 15.00 Bobinsori, Ben, 17.70 Bsbinaon, Hnrvey, 3.00 Boblmon, Harvey - .......... ......... .......... ... 93(1.39; 199.90. Lu ter. Coleman, IH. 00 Maylluld, Hert. 13.80 Mayfleld, Hert 12.00 Mayfleld, 9.00 VnylleM, Hert K"n, Morgan 12.00 13.75 10.00 16.50 ........... Mnyflcld, Mayfleld, Mayfleld, Muyfield, 27.00 Maytleld. II. 60 MnyfWd, 13.60 Muyfield, 18.00 Marsee, 17.70 Mayfleld, 14.25 Muyfield, 18.00 Mayfleld, 18.00 Mayfleld, 15.00 Mayfleld, 10.00 Mayfleld 9.00 Muyllld, Bert, Hert Hert, Bert IUrt, Bert Hcrt, Hcrt Tom Bert Bert Bert Nawlaml, Newland Bert Uert ..... 1.20 Ouks. Hen, 3.00 Oaks, Ben Ben, 17.70 Oaks. 14.70, Oaks, Ben, 9.30 Oaks, Ben, 0.30 Oaks, Ben, 7.20 Oaks, Ben 12.00 Oaks, Ben 9.00 Oaks, Ben 18.00 Oaks, Ben 7.80 Oaks, Ben 15.00 Oaks, Ben. 3.00 OtdfUld. Doyle M 15.00 I'ntterson. ( 15.00 I'atterson, G. 18.00 I'atterson, G. 30.00 Patterson, G. 7.50 Patterson, G. 13.60 Patterson, G. M.', 18.00 Patterson, G. M., 9.00 Patterson, G. M., 18.00 Patterson, G. M., G. M., C.CO Patterson, Bnbinsen, Harvey. 17.10 Robinson, Harvey, (1.00 Bobinsori, Hnrvey, 12.00 Bobinson, Hnrvey, COO . . . . . . . . . . Hnrvey, Harvey Hnrvey, Hnrvey, Harvey, Hnrvey, Hiram Harvey, 'Robinson, Hnrvey, 82.00 1.02 Robinson. Hnrvey. 2.14 Robinson, Hnrvey, 4.29 Robinson, Harvey, 2.11 Robinson, Harvey, 17.00 Robinson, Harvey, 27.44 Robinson, Harvey .08 Robinson, Hnrvey, .60 Robinson, Hurvcy, .52 Robinson, Hurvcy, 8.05 Roblnion, Hnrvey, ; , , 18.00 9.C0 13.60 10.60 12.00 15.00 15.00 13.50 18.00 18.00 Robinson, Bobinson. Robinson, Bobinson, Robinson, Robinson, Robinson. Robinson, Bobinson, Robinson, Hnrvey llHrvoy, ... . .. .. .. . ...... ..... ..... ...... ..... ..... ..... ..... 3.00 Simpson, Hobiirt, . . 1.50 Simpson, Wm. 16.00 Simpon, Jess, 0.00 Simpson, Hugh, 4.50 Simpson, Irvin, 0.00 Simpson, M., 16.00 Simpson, McKmley, 6.70 Simpson, Jc.vte, 9.00 Simpson, MrKinley, 7.60 Simpson, l.ce, 13.00 Simpson, Clay, 13.60 Simpson, Oncnl, 0.00 Simp.Jbn, Ilugl 16.00 Simpson, Hugh, .. 12.00 Simpson, Jens, .'. 0.00 Simpson, llutmrt, . . .13.50 Simpson, McKJniey, 9.00 Simson, Lee, . . . 16.00 Simpson, Jess, 18.00 Scott, A. J , 7.50 Scott, A J.. 14.75 Smith, John. 10.00 Smith. John. 11.87 Smith. John. 16.00 Smith, Jasper. 4.00 Smith, Jasper. 30.00 Smith, Jasper. 62.20 Shcrrow, AIoiim, 3 1.20 Sherrow, Alonzo , IC80 Splvey, Harry. 37.20 Splvey, Boy, 30.0(1 Stapp, Burton. .... 9.00 Standard Oil Co.. . .11.20 Stotts. W. II.. 43. 10 Stownrt, Klins, 12.00 Standard Oil Co., . 21.00 Sutton. II. C, 22.00 Sutton, II. C, . . 22.00 Sutton, IL C, . .. 21.00 Sutton, II. C, .. 12.00 Sutton, II. ('., 22.00 Sutton, Bryan, . 24.00 Sutton, Bryan, . 14.00 Sutton, Bryan, 24.00 Sweeney, J. W., 12.00 Sweeney, J. W.t . . . 28.00 Sweeney, J. W 12.00 Sweeney, J. W., 21.00 Smith, John, 1.00 Teater. A. T., 15.00 Tenter, II. T., 20.00 Teater, A. T., 21.00 Teater, Meade, 24.00 Teater, II. T., 28.00 Teater, A. T., 12.00 Teater, Meade, 20.00 Teater, A. T., 27.25 Teater, II. T., 21.00 Teater, Meade, 30.75 Teater, Meade, 21.00 Teater, Meade, . 14.00 Teater, Lem, 21.00 Teater, Meade, .12.93 Mmpson, 18.00 Simpson, 17.40 Mmpson, 12.C0 Simpson, 16.00 Simpson, 12.00 Mmpson, 10.60 Simpson, 83.9 1 Simpson, .1.00 Kherrow, 0.00 Simpson, 12.00 himpson, 15.00 Simpson, 9.00 Simpson, 8.70 Simpson, 1.50 Simpson, C75 Hon. J. N.. "anferl. Purlin. Snylor. J. 11.. Saylnr. J. II J II.. Sowder. W. IL. ... Sayers, K. II., Saylor, J. II.. SnyUr. J. IL, Sanders. Chns., 1., Haylor, J Saylor, J. IL, . . Saylor, J. IL, Zanders, Chas.. Saylor. J. II. , . .. Saylor. J IL, Saylor, J. II., . Scott, Will. . Schooler, Allen, Sebastian. Henry, . Skinner. J S.. Simpson, Jesse, Mmp'on. John, Simpson, Jcse, Simpson, Willie, Mmson, Jesse, Simpson, JrMc, . . Simpson, Willie, Simpson, Jew. Bos. Howard. Milton. . . 130.18 22,00 . 42,07 10.00 COO .1.60 . . 21.33 Slr. . . 6,70 12.00 IC20 0.26 16.90 0,00 72.8 1 15,00 16.00 0,00 71.48 15.00 3.00 2.40 .3t7ft.00 . - 1 . . . . ... . 75.00 13 0 (1.00 . . . . 3.90 .11.60 10.60 .. . 22.60 12.00 46.00 18.00 COO .. .. . Kre,!. 22.50 3.00 1.00 1C50 2.75 3.00 Boon. John, John, Boone, 3.00 John, Jesse, Jesse, Alonxu, 38.50 18.75- - .. Willie. in., Miln, Hugh. Irvin, Jesse, ... . . . . . . 185.60 10.50. 16.00 3.00 19.60 3(1.00 . 21.75 J3.50 7.50 30.00 12.00- - 24.00 33.00 21.00 12.00 30.00 18.00 14.10 16.00 16.00 3.00 9.00 21.00 t.50 COO 10.50 9.00 12.00 13.50 9.00 12.00 12.00 12,00 100.00 12.00 9.00 .1.0(1 9.00 39.00 .. 48.52 31.25 0.00 67.85 66.25 24.00 27.00 30.00 12.80 32.40 30.00 3 1.80 3(1.72 1 ... 42.08 2 1.90 20.60 1.00 6.70 5.70 9.80 21.00 6.30 13.60 30.00 0.00 4.60 30.00 30.00 24.00 12.00 ... 02.40 Tho Central Record. LancasttM , Ky., Thursday Jan 13. 92 I I Tenter, Meade, Tenter, Meade, Trnccy, Tom, Trncey, Tom Tracey, Tom Trumbo, Jnke, Turner, Fox. Turner, Will Turner, Hill Turner, Willie, Tussey, Kstlll. Tussey, Kstlll, Turpm, Robert, Upton, J. It.. Upton, J. H., Vnnhuss, A. II., Wnrren, George, Wnrren. William, Wnlker, Woods, Wnlker. Kemp ...... 8.00 IlowUn?. 0.00 32.40 ,10.00 2.00 no.oo 12.00 11.85 13.50 15.40 12.00 12.00 0.00 45.00 69.50 4.20 Iloyle, (J, A llrynnt, Walker llrown, W. II llronddun, J. C, Ilryant, Chnrlle, Hnrnett, Cliarlen, Hronddun, Oncnr, Wnlker, Kemp, Walker, Robert, Wnllnce, John, Wallace Lena, Wallace John, Wallace-- , Lena, Williams Amly Wearrcn, Crewl, Wenrren, Creed, Wenrren. Crewl, Wrnrren, George, . - Wenrren, Creeil Wearrcn, Creed, Wenrron, Crewl, Wearrcn, Crewl, Wearrcn, Crewl, Wenrren, Crewl. Wenrren, Crewl, Wenrren, Creed, ... Wenrren, Crewl, Wearren, Crewl, Wenrren, Creed Wearren, Howard. Wenrren, Howard, Howard, Wenrren, George, . . . Wenrren, Crewl, . Wearren, Creed, . Wenrren, Howard. Wenrren, llrnilley, Wearrcn, Howard, Wearren, Crewl, Wearren, Crewl, . . Wearren, Creed, . Whlttnker, Wm., Whittakcr, Wm Whlttnker, Herbert, . Whlttnker, W. II., . . Whlttnker. Herbert, Whlttnker. W II., ... Whlttnker, W. H., .. Whlttaker, W. II., ... Whlttnker, W. II.. . . 0.00 llrookx, J. 10.50 Ilryant. Wllle 83.50 llreaddui, Itnbcrt, 0.00 llronddui. Tom 18.00 Ilrewer, J. 20.00 Ilrewer, Hnm, 28.80 ilroaddut, Itobert, 7.50 Itrimliert, Norman, 30.00 Ilrawn, M 7.50 llrown, J. I) 00.00 Unborn, Nennnn 15.00 llrock. Irn, 15.00 llrown. P. I. 15.00 llurnutt, lllll rt.75 llurtlett, Will. 3.00 llurilett. Jim, I 1 llruwn, Jack, llrown, Unicom, Hrnnhcnr, llarmnn, llrown, Cecil, Ilrny, Jim, llrynnt. Arnold, llrerk, Wnlter, Ilroaddut. Clay, l.oul, ...... 7.50 3.00 6.00 10.00 4.50 4.60 1.60 1.60 1.60 1.12 4,50 3.00 1.12 0.75 3.00 .50 1.60 1.60 76 10.00 4,10 .76 1.60 3.00 1.50 3.00 1.60 Kite, Milton, PathcrRlll, Hurley, Patherirlll, Itobert, Pnthcrjclll, I)., .... .... Pnulkner, John, Faulkner, John, . Karrnr, Karl, Faulkner, D. W., Faulkner. Hill Finely, Milton Fletcher, Noltcrt, Fteleher, II. K., Ftrteher. W. I. , Fields llliam. Prnxlcr. U. II., F rati or, Aaron Oay, C. Onmher. ....... Vnrtmn. Mojr, J. C, P.. Wm., I.6d Ijikc, Jake, 10.00 l.akto, (ieorKfl. 3.00 Lamb. Cricket, .76 Lemay, Sidney. 1.60 .75 .76 1.60 4.60 4,60 3.00 3.00 3.00 4.50 2.25 2.25 2,25 1.50 2.00 Joncn Fred, Jones, It. II., .. KnvannuKh, Mnrt, KnvnnaUKh, Arch, Kellcy, II. P., Kennedy, Mnrt, Kelsey, Kllllon. ...... ..... ... Preston, C. II., ... Preston, Marshall, . Preston, Knrl, W. L,, Phelns, Dave, Ponder. II. A., Pointer. W. S Phillips, Kennedy, John, Bob, Alex, ........ Klnnard, Jim Kinnard. John Kindred, Clnyten, Lakes, Pointer. Pointer, AIvm, Pollard, Bud, Pond Ben. ... ..... ... ... Coorge, ... ..... .... 3.00 1.12 3.37 6.26 3.00 4.60 10.00 9.00 1.12 1.90 Kurts II- - M., Lftks Jake, Fad, ...... ....... ........ ... .. - Pollard, W. 1.26 3.00 9.00 9.00 1.90 9.00 1.12 7.99 3.09 9.99 S.99 1.60 2.26 3.00 2Jtfi 1.60 3.00 3.00 M Wm., Oambrel, .S'ute, IlNblmrd, lllll, . . .. Gnlnr. K. H. dill, J. W.. 3.00 Oreen. O. T., Onrnor, Oalibard. Oulley, J. W., tTharlee, (5en:c, . . 7.50 BurgeM, 12.50 IlHrdHt, 5.13 Ilurdott, 2.50 llurdett, fi.BO l.eee, 10.00 13.00 8.75 10.50 13.50 15.00 30.00 0.00 14.40 8.00 10.00 9.00 14.40 25.10 27.00 Calico. M. (J 27.00 Cnllco. Lionel. 27.00 Calk, Kuecnc 21.00 27.00 21.00 lfi.20 18.00 Calico. Cnllce, 15.00 1.50 CnrroJI, Sum. 1.50 Cnllco. J. N llurdctte, Ilrudford Iturnett, Joe, lIuHnn, Joe, llurten. l.llo, Burton, It. Burton. It. I., Caiey. Ollle. Cntes, lUymond Cnrfro, Hubert. Carter. J. I) Carter, A. U.. Carter. I). .M.. llurnlde, Clay, llurdett, Ijimlrum Ilurnldc, Jim, llurdett, Jnme. Andrew, John Clinton, 1.60 rsrow. JCI. 3.00 'iraviM, CharMe, 1.50 (rave, Kverett, 1.60 Orlmvs, Wm 0.75 Crime, Henry. 1.60 Hobarl, 3.00 t'rrw, Price, Omy, .... . I. 1.60 1.60 drew. .Mnrtin 2.26 lirow, 11. I... 3.00 ' row, B.BllP.. I .HO Craves 3.00 Crimes Jnme. 1.60 Omnt, Kldi, .78 Ornnt, Kid 2.26 Grant, Ollle. 4,60 Crant. Louks 4,60 Crew. W. B 3.00 Craves Carfleld, 2.26 Omw, W. L, 1.60 OBI. Illatt 4.60 Clboon, Leonard, 1.60 Ciilnm. Ceorue, 7.60 Olllam. Albert, 1.60 Coech, Odle. 7.50 CIIIHplc. Salem, Grimes C. II 2.26 Harold. K. A.. . .75 1,60 10.00 3.00 5.02 1.60 4,60 8.25 5.00 3.00 .75 3.00 .75 .73 1.50 9.00 3.37 10.00 .7B Lnmb. Lumb, .lames Lnmb, So m, Iji'mb, Alea. Land. ilimm, Land. John IjihiJ, ( harlte, I.anc, Hill Lane, Ollie . ... . . . . . . . . Whlttaker. Wklttoker, Wm.. WhitUker. Wm.. Wbittoker. Wm.. . Whlttaker. Wm.. . Walt. Jamns. N.. Whlttnker. W. H.. Whitiaker, Wm.. Whlttaker. Wm.. White. Jamoe, WhiUaker, Herb. Wither. George. . Withers. George, WitMoms Andrew, Withers. George, Williams Andrew, Wynn, John. - - Ware. A. 11 Wilder. J. S.. WhKe. Wm.. WhitUker, Wm.. West. Center. J. T., Walter, 10.50 Center. Tandy. 18.00 Center, MWhiird 18.00 Chandler. lO.HO Cnlko, II. V II. I'., "Sfi Ilarnldln, John 3.00 2.26 2.!i6 Hardin. Sam 0.09 Hardin, Sam. I.0 Halt. Amen. Hall. Homer. llordln. Wnltor. Hard'n. Floyd. HaMln. Floyd Dnmmack A. J. Hammock 1111. 2.5 ... Coffee, Amam Coekrnl. Prank $61,280.70 Cornell, Wm. Collins Jock, HO A I) CLAIMS PAID IIY SHERIFF Cornrltui. A. J Coley. Cuanro. Andersen, llobert, 1.30 C daon. tl 11 Anderson. Ntok Colien. (?. II Adams Wm 3.00 ColUtt. JUt, Clyde. Adorn 300 Conner, W. E. Adams Barney, 5.26 CoUett, Luther Adam, Durham, 3.00 ColletL I). I) Adam.. H. P .00 Cornell, T Adam. Illrum Crntt. Jshn Adams Andy 2.00 Cralc J. M Adkitw, A. A Cralc. J. M AlrW. Fred. 3.00 Crank. Leonard, AtdrOu. Jee 4.50 Crunk. Tom. Aldridge Ham. Crawford. J. J.. Alton. TVomos, 4.60 Creech. Lnwrence Anderson, ttleswrd, 3.00 Creech. Wm.. Andet.. Robert .76 Croech. Pat, Anderson, Deuity, Anderson, Loolio. l.0 Creech.' Hon nr. 0.00 18.00 0.00 02.50 0.30 . 15.00 194.00 15.00 100.00 Dan, 39.00 Chance, Jmeiea, 11.40 ChB. n. Wm. 8. 10 Chareh. 0.00 Clark. Perry 2.50 Ctark. Wedfcer lt.00 Clark, Jtim SX.00 ( lark, nufard 3 la Ckirk. J. II 2.50 Crnrk, Sam Chtlne. Wm 1.99 0.79 1.M 9.00 3.99 3.00 8.3rT 3.09 3 00 2,25 2.2 75 1.00 Clark, Humphrey Cox. Octree, Ceekrol. Will Coffee. Cal Clari. Bobcrt 3.00 3.00 3.00 Cx, Jack. Cotton. Wm Cn. Clay. Coffee. AIwimi, 3.00 3.00 .00 J.88 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 2.C2 Hill. Jiwee 8.76 Miatt. Jame4. L9 Joe .- Hardin, Jim, Hamilton, Dave, Hamilton, Ora, Hamilton. W. I! Ham. John Hardin. Clay, Hardin. Floyd. Ilnrduick. linger, Perry, Iat;rr. Luther, Hnll. lien, Henderson. S. (., Helton, John. Hendonon. W. II.. .. . Helton, Jim Henderson, Mrs Bell, Henderren, J. .. llendenion, C. M., Head. 0. T H ejrins L. M llieka. Tom, 1 ltntrt ... .... .... 9.00 Helton, John 9.00 il'dllns Chnrlle 9.00 Hnlueiow, Itaymond, .. .. .". 1.50 U .kins 1.50 Hoftkins 3.00 Homer, 3.00 Hoover. 8.00 folmen. 3. Hrtk!n. 9.00 llotkirHi, W. C. Hebert, 3.00 1.50 Hoeklni, Ben, Kd 4.60 IIoun4hell. J. C. .. .. ltd, Mnjer, S. T., J. P . ... . .. ... Andcrso. J. Asfclns T. Aldridge. Ilnrve, Aldndgo. CharHe, Arnold. AUim, U I) ArMa. Horn Arnold, CoIohwh Arnold. C A AndenoM. Itm. Allen, O. P. Baker. CaH llokor. Sid Baker. T. J Baker. J. A.. J. fu, 3.75 Croeeh. Wm 7.50 Cruteher. CharMc. 3.00 Crutcher. ImUey. 1.50 Imttey. 0U Doiley. Dewey Doiley. Bnri. 1.1 Oolloy. l.M Dalle-- . CM. Ud. 'mOey. Cmriweci Dalley, Artkur. a. 00 Hawk, Vmnh, Imeta. llorman. 10 J. Ih J. W J. W.. 11.60 Huokint, Ceori;e, 9.00 Houndsbell, Merrie, 3.00 HoundeheH. V. M 7.99 Ilidtrrlaw. Hoindhll, Albert, SJt Hdtlaw. ... . Lew"". i'wni. I.enK, Bidiert, Long. Willie Mack, Toihl .Mnck, Wm., 1.00 Malear, llobert, 8.26 Malear. Otis 10.00 Manuel, Carl, 3.00 Mart: ii. llert, 3.00 Marshtainks Jnmos, 3.00 Mariman. Mil, 8.60 Mustin. Willie 4.00 Haddock. Arthur, 3.00 Muthcxf Allen, 4.50 Math'W. Jnper, 1.00 Mntthew. Silas, 3.00 Mnupin. John, 3.00 May, Wnlter, 1.50 Mny, Meade, 2.25 May, Carl, 3.00 Mny, llobert, 9.00 Mayfleld. Fred 9.00 Meadows, Miller, 2.26 Metcalf, John, 0.00 Metcalf, Uobert. 2.02 MltchtU, Uobert 3.00 Mitchell, Kennedy. 2.25 Mldoltton, B .75 Mitchell, Charlie 1.50 in..1 II. Xenndye, 1.50 Miiier. W. M , Arch, 9.00 MilL-rMiller, Ilnrry, 1.50 (",. II., 4.00 Miller. Moberly, Hugh, 2.C Will 9.00 Mi Johnnie, 9.00 Mobcrley, n.nn Mo'kHi-- . J,, Homer, 10.00 Mtberliy. ifell 21.00 Moocrley, John. . 1.60 Moberlty, Carl, .76 Mobcrley, Jnspor, 10.00 Montgomery, II. U., 2.26 Montgomery. Marion, . 0.00 Montgomery, Krnost, . 2.25 Montgomery, Dave, 9.00 Montgomery, Uaymend, 3.37 Montgomery, Oaks, 7.60 .76 1.80 0.00 .76 1.12 1.75 3,00 3.00 .76 1.50 3.00 3.00 1.50 3.00 5.60 8.76 1.50 1.60 3.00 3.00 .75 9.00 7.50 2.25 ....... .. ........ ... ... .. ...... lutne, John, ........... Lane, Huston ....... Lnnhani, Klmttr, ..... Ijiy, Luther, .......... Lay, ioyd )!.. Lay, Luyton, Mike, .......... I.nylon, Unhurt, ........ I.uw4n, Knin, ........ Lmvton, Will Lawsnii, W. ........ ...... 'Hf 1'iank, I.enr, Hiclmrd, ...... Lrnvell, Hudoen, ....... Lenvell, Juntos I.envell, Tom, ......... Lenvell, Jnmee II., ...... Hie, Lediord, ...... W. .M Dnvid. ...... ... - Pointer, Pollard, Palmer. Prnther, Prt.llw Henderson, Frnnk, Col C. D I. V ... Jo?, r' Willi. ... ... ... ... ... .. . Preaten, Jeove, rreeton, ilIKo, I'reetOn, Brunott, Prrston, Klbfrt, Prewitt, N. I I"rev,IU, Ownr. I rcwitt. Ale, . Prewitt, Anions, Prcwltt, Kay Kny, Jee, Kay. Clny, Unmsey. C. I., 3.00 Under, It. 0 1.12 Bay, Floyd, 4.12 Uaincs U. 0 1.60 Rav. Hunter. 1.60 Kny. ilryant, 3.00 Kny, Alex 5.26 Lay, Tom, 0.00 Uay. Harry, 3.00 Kav. George, 9.00 Knmsev Sum. 3.001 Bay, Oscar, ..... ..... .... ...... A inn?,!''" ' AVr,n ""2 'Kny, Plem 1 .12 LiHlford. ldfi 1., ru, James C. Lemay, Lusturv, luk), LUtk, A. II Locker, Wllbert, I.ocki r, .MoMey, Locker, Lojran. Logan, Owen, Amon, Johnnie, . ......... ........ ..... ..... .. .. .... 1.60 9.00 .75 76 75 112 IKr, Llhe Jim. Losran, Howard, Cariie, ...... . .. .. ........ ........ ......... ............ ....... .. ....... ........ ....... .. ........ .75 1.60 1.69 1.60 2.26 .79 .75 H'22 00 Kny, John Ueynolds. Luther, Reynolds, Tom. Keith, T. B Beady. Kd Bichnrdson. Miller, Kijrsby, S. C BichardMii, Henry, Boss, Andrew, . ... 1.50 ;t,oo 3.00 3.00 1.60 .79 .76 2.26 2.26 l.SO 2.00 4.80 4.60 4.00 3.00 1.60 3.00 3.00 4.60 1.13 9.00 3.00 3.00 .76 4.00 1.12 1.13 .75 .76 .75 3.75 10.00 8.50 1.13 1.50 1.60 .75 .1.00 Spillmnn, O Spenkcs, K. K Spnrks, Clnude, . Sparks, John, Sparks, James Spnrks, I.owrry, Spurleck, Ben, Sopcr, llichnrd, Sawder, Bccoe, Sowdcr, General, Stewart, Ynntl Stewart, M. T., Stephens, Willie Stinnett, Johnny, Stinnett, Melvln, Stignll, T. J Steveroon, Ilarvc, Stoverson, Christ, button, Sutton, Sutfen, Sutton, Sutton, Spears Green, ...... .... .. 1.12 3.00 0.76 2.25 2.25 2.25 2.25 3.76 ....j ...... ... ... .... .. ... 2.26 0,76 5.02 2.25 4.60 3.00 3.00 6.25 4,60 Stums Hud, Clny, James, Butter, S. I... .. 2,25 2.25 3.00 9.00 9.00 8.50 10.00 1.50 Josh, Swope, Will Swopc, R. K., ... Tankcrsley, Taylor, 11, L. Tnnkcrslcy, W, II., Tnnkersloy, Willie, Ksmcp, i ay lor, Tnrrcnce, Prank, . Torrance, Jnmcs, Turrancc, Fred, Torrance, Smith, Torrance. Hugh, . Tenter, llobert, Teat-- ....... We, ... ... ..... .... ..... .... ..... ... .. ... 9.00 9.00 3.00 3.00 9.09 3.00 2.25 3.00 3.00 3.00 1.60 1.60 . 2.25 1.60 1.50 . Ttr.t'.r, Harrit', Thompson, II. I., Mod: Tudor, J. II., 3.00 Tudor, W. T 3.00 3.00 6.02 3.00 4.60 1.50 3.00 .76 Tusoey, Kstlll, , Thompson, Wesley, Thompson, Auburn, Thompson, W. SL, Todd, David Trumbo, Kb, Tracy, It. I., 3.50 3.00 8.25 2.00 1.60 1.13 ........ . 10.00 7i60 9.00 2.25 3.00 4.60 3.00 1.50 1.50 1.50 . . R0. Robert, lingers John, Roger. Millard. Krh.n. n. C. S Robinson, Andy, Kbbinson, C. II., Hodus. Wllle Reee. Jim Royee. Olllc Ruts, Charlie, Kobinson. Arthur, .. ... ... ... .... . " 9.00 Route, Jim 3.00 Robinson, Alex, 4.50 Robinson. P. J ..... .......... ......... ....... ........ ......... ....... ......... ........ . ........ .. 1.12' Roberts Wahor. full Ross Forest, 2.02 Robinson. Sherman. 2.2S Rotters. T. J 2.25 Roberts Jack. 8.50 Kobtrts. Jim j ... ... . 2.26 Russell, Ueorge, 3.M Sanders, A. T.. .76 Sadler, Claude, 2.26 Sadler, Allen, 5,R0 Sanders, R. ft',, 3.00 Savior, J. G 2.26 Schooler, George, 9.00 Scutter, Kmerson, 3.00 Scott, Cone 3.00 Scott, nud, , ... ... ..... ... .. ... . . 9.00 3.00 0.00 2.C2 1.60 L'ndur.votnl, Will, 5.25 Upton, Jim. .1.00 Vanderpool. UumcII, .75 Vanheok, C. F 1.60 Wnteon, Richard. 3.00 Wnrren, John, 1.58 Warren, John, 3.00 Walker. Willie, 1.60 Wnlker, Hobarl, .76 Wnllaee. Allen. 2.25 Ward, Preston, 2.25 Wntkins. G. W :i.ou Warren, Willie 3.00 Warren. W. M .75 V.'atkins, James, 1.12 Wntkins, J. L. 1.12 Walker, Kemp, d. 4.1J Turner, Harry, ru. b. T Vumer. Douglas Turner, Willie Turner, Bruce, Turner, Wnlter, Turner. .1, P Turner, M. U Turns, Arthur Henry, r ' n.'.-.o'T. J Uibtraood, John, .... .75 9.00 3.0U ... . .75 .75 .75 1.60 ...... 2.25 9.00 3.C0 1.50 1.12 2.G2 1.50 .1.00 1.60' .- - .1.00 9.00 3.37 ........ ............ ... 3.00 iebastian, Kverett, 1,87 Sebastain, Parson, . . C 00 Sebastian. Jasper, 3.00 Segar, ft ..lie 3.00 3. DO 1.50 3.00 3.00 .75 .76 Swope, Henry1, .76 Sebastian, Marion, 1.50 Sebastian, John. .!:: or , Virjfil, ,75 . .. .. .iri, ............. .... ........ - ......... .. ... .... .. 9.00 Singer, Huston, Singleton, Jesse, Singleton, George, . Shcphord, J. L., SUcrrnu, I.ukt, . 1.12. Shaw. Robert. 3.00 Shephnrd, J. B 3.00 Shorrow, Clint. 0.00 Sherrow, Jasper, .. 3.00 Sherrow, Denny, .. .'car. Kugone. ... ... ... ... .. r.. .1.00 Simpson, Llge, Simpson, Clay Simpoan, S i.'.ptvn. C. K., LOO 1.60 Holtielnw, Hotkins It. M II. P., M I.0 U.0 . 7 10 Baker. Walker. Baker, Jew me. Barker. Curt. Marker. leant A Uaktr. John, Barker. Thota, Uariwr. Unvk, Jao OhwU, Jokn, 2.21 Dnvk. WUlle 79 Dally, Wllbert 3.00 loty, Louie Da4f, Thompson rmvi. Huntor. . Barker. Marker, B. R. U V " oa, - TI I KvereU. Ballard. Pal, lthllard. 2. J Mlallard. J. C Hall. Urneat, i'.nllard. torn Barnes Harnes Floyd, Barnes, Tom, Hall. .eerg 90 .M Dolph. Pat Hrneot. 7.I9 Ihrneet, 3.00 Sam W.. .VatWn. C. 5L. ...T J. Denny, nn VW, .i. Ht. I0 3.00 3.00 10.00 3.00 1.10 2. 4.60 3.00 3.90 3.00 0.76 1.50 .75 9.00 "imie. n nA. Ooori:. Wm WkM Olekereon. Jim, Kd rtlekerwn. -- lUllarl. Ramos, Mllard. Kd Bollard. W. It Mallard. Kd. ll.lla ru. Prsmfc iiailard. Coobol, A. B Mlin. Matli, "norfon. Mnck. 'Huvwin. Chnrlle, . tHinonn. Joe. David, Jerrv. hereon. Harry Charlie, lUnu. Lite, licailo. Ilnrry Baley. Jehu Best, Walker Ilet. Jim Beailey, Mlloy llroiiddut, ltufo, Ilroaddut, Ilrnilluy, IlrvaddBi, Churlle Iieaaley, Dan, lit alley, Sam, llliiU'knm, Thomas, Iloutloy, Churlic lllonki, Charlie llounie, Jee, Ilotklni, Tuvlor, llond, (Jharfe IloRto, Olllc lUwIlnif, J. M Jihn "nn. Dunn. )Hnn, rttinn, T. I, Davy, l.0 2.25 - Bcaxley. Adolnh, Bronddws I.iwllc Dunn, Ike 187 Dunn, Samuel, 1.12 Dunn, Ita 1.50 Ihirham, Burton, Dunn, llichnrd -- . . 1J0 Dyoheutc, John, 1.10 .75 1.50 1.60 3.00 3.00 10.00 3.00 2.25 O.OO Koat, Bnrnoy ............ Kat, Itenn, Rdwnrd. J. Kdwnrds, Kdwnnls, 9.00 lUundeholl, P. M 3.00 Howard, Tom. 3.00 HuRhee, Prwl. 3.00 Humes Dnvid, ,. 3.00 Humphrey. Floyd, . 1.50 Humphrey, Herbert, 1.50 Hart. Taylor. .76 Hoffman. .1. P., 9.00 HmIoU, C. M 79 Hurhee. Jacob 9.00 Hoffman, Andrew LIS Huffman, Price, 2.81 Huffman. Cabo, 3.00 HMtchiiMoH. Jim, 2.2fi Humphrey, Wm., Humphrey, ("late 2.2 3.00 Humphrey. Homer, 1.60 llnrt. Sale 1.90 Humes Prank, LW Hurt, Wilsen. 75 Houndshell, P. M., 7i Humphrey. II. C 0.00 HHmphrey, Luther, 3.00 Ilmne. J. T t.80 Htimphre. Moaier, 1.50 Huffman. Charlie, 3.00 llumoe, Tom, 3.00 Humphrey. Ceell, 1.12 HmhIu. Will. 3.60 Hurt. Sale, 3.00 Hurt, Prank, 0.00 Ingle, Joe, 1.12 Irvine, Bother, .76 leabel. J. I.. 3.00 IiaUI. MeKinlev 3.00 Jnmoa, Juipor, Harold. 3.00 JarvU. (5. II., 3.00 Jarvto. 3.00 Jnnn. Wllbcr. 37 Jennings llarvoy, .75 Jennings William, .75 Jonnlniri. Jake. 2.26 JonnlnKS J. M., rw 1.50 Houndehoil. ieundhell, John, P. .... i . .. ...... ... .... ... ... .... ........ ..... ..... ..... ... .... ... . ....... ... ............ 1.50 .... . .......... 4.50 3.00 Yonkoy, Gooch, ..... Slivdor. ltMtBn. ............ .75 .76 Yeakey. Joe, ....... Jennings ......... ir.nn. siaiHsy, .... 3.00 Young, Klmer, ...... 3.00 B. 1., Muillns Thornton, ........ 1.1 2.25 3.00 Young, Dolman, ..... S.00 Mur.tiiy, Chnrlle, ......... 1.13 Hol no ""y 4.S7 Murpuy, Sam, $2,80LS1 3.38 ........ 3.00 'd, . tSi.26 Murphy, Charlie, ......... 1.12 9.00 Murphy. Clem. ....... 3.90 1.60 MeCulley, It. N 1.00 2.00 McCulloy, Louis, ......... 3.00 2.02 MiCulley, Louis, ......... RECAPITULATION. l.aO 1.60 .McQucrry. ltebrrt, ........ 3.09 4,80 McQuerry, Hnmp, ..... ),99 Tots! of atf'amiM m Hood Fund for Pttel ytar Wiring 1.60 Napier, Cur, .TI ........ 3.09 3.00 Nay lor, lteb, ......... 4,50 Marc 31. 19ft), w...?6JlfliiV00 7.50 Naylor, Leonard, ......... Total of 3.00 N'nylor, Jim............... ww paid oui of lusad lfud. ........... .5 1,0ljfco7 1.50 9.00' Ncnly, Haburn, 3.00 N'owlnnd. John, ......i... 3.00 .......... 3.00 Amount aecrdrnwn. 1.60 Noi, John, .............. 1,50 2.02 Noel, Hny 3.761 3.00 Noel, Hugh, ............. 2.25 INDEBTEDNESS, 3.00 O'Hcarn, John, ........... 3.00 S.00 O'lleorn. Charlie, ........ 8.2 3.00 O'llenrn, Thomas, ........ (Bftndest In 9.75 .75' O'Hcarn. J. II 3.00' . Sn-.t- 9.00 9.00 5.50 3.00 1.99 1.50 3.00 1.60 1.87 1.12 1.50 4.00 Mosier, Montgomery, KtgiB, Moore, Benard, Morris, Prathcr, Moors J M., Morgan, Oscar, Morren, W. Morris. John. ., Morns. Otto Morris Olllc Morris, John, .Morris, Allen, Moore, Andy. ........ .......... ....... ........... ........ 1.60 3.00 3.00 .75 1.50 .75 3.00 3.00 .76 1.60 2.25 1.87 1.87 1.19 o.oo 9.00 Jee, ! i Wosloy, Simpson, Clyde, Simpoon, Fred Simiioen, Jim, Simnoon. Jese. Simpoon, Leo .. ... ..... Sun peon Brt., Simpoon, Uokiri, SimnaoH. 15 U, Smith. Chnrlle aiT'son, Robert, .. .... 1.13 3.00 1.13 3.00 .37 4.50 3.00 .75 4.60 4.60 2.02 3.00 0.75 1.50 3.00 9.00 15.00 3.00 3.00 1.50 .75 1.50 .75 4.50 1.50 1.13 1.13 3,37 3.00 1.50 4.50 .75 Warren, Kd Wnrren, George, Wnrren, Nclis .1.00 Webber, Krvin 3.00 'Well. W. N, I - 0.00 4.13 .75 .75 2.03 2.02 .75 3.00 3.00 3.00 .75 9.00 .75 Weil, Logan, Wells Warren, Wells, John. Weathers, Seward, Weathers George, White, W. M Whittakcr, Squire, Whittakcr. W. IL, Whittakcr, W. II Whittakcr, Kzra Whlttnker, Exra, White, J. II V. 'tr.ktr, Raymond, Withers. Krnst, Wilmot. John, Wood Withers, Clyde. Wilson. J. C Wilson, Prank, Woods, James, Woolwinc, Elmer, Wilmot, West. W. W., 2.25 1.50 . . 3.00 3.00 3.00 4.50 1.13 ... .. - 3.00 3.38 2.25 1.12 ... .. Wootcn, Charles, Wenrren, Bcnzlcy, Wren, Bethel Wren, S. T Wylle. Prank Wylic, George, Wylic, John, Welksr, Mlloy, 0.00 3.00 .75 .75 5.25 0.00 9.00 4.60 3.00 2.25 2.25 1.60 3.00 10.00 ... ........ . Vntor, Robert, Ynntis J. L. 2.25 Ynter, Chnrlle, 9.00 Yoaltey, John, 3.00 9.00 9.00 i.50 3.0Q 9.00 3.00 -- ; ' N V 11. P Dr. ............ rhtrldtre, K. K Wtrldcc. Uobert WM ridge. Jahn, "dllott, Itobert, Kmbry, Curt Kmbry. Glfnt Uvnnx, Luke KrWn, Kll J. K. Jonos Al, 1L, Jennings 2.25 Jennlni;, Karl, 4,00 0.00 3.00 2.25 3.00 Jones Charlie, 3.00 1.50 75 3.00 3,00 Johnson. Andrew, 3,00 Jams D. P., 3.00 ...... 0.00 "",3-- TTTTo JunrtiiiKS Sam, .... 3.00 Jenkins lllll 9.00 Johnson, Sam, ..... 4.60 Johnson, Bob, ...... 3.00 Johnson, K. J .... .... .. ....... 3.37 Oliver, Claude 2.26 Oliver, Itobert, 2.6X Oliver, Amos, 1.50 Onstott, XL U. 1.60' Onstott. Wm 3.00 Parsons, Carton, 3.00 Patrick. W. It., S 00 Parker, Dewey, 3.00 Parson, Melvln, 3.IM ........... ............ .... .. 3.00 3.00 l.tO .. ..... 9.00 Perkins, Lemuel, 0.00 Price, Coy, 1.50 I'm '.her. lllll .......... .......... .......... Payne, K. Z ........ Per cell, Ituben, Pierce, Oakley Pendleton, Virgil Pendleton, Cornelius, ...... Pence, A. M., ........ Pence, W. II., Pence, A. M., ............ Pence, W. II Pendleton, l.cc. .......... Pendleton, Gocbcl, . Court House llond Interest al 0 per cent to Mnroh 31, 1920 3,00 Turnpike Bends 0.99, Interest at 4 per cent to Mnroh 31, '1994k, 1.90 3.00 3,00 3.00 .1493.90 61.00 WI(,7W,.W t -- ,.,. .. n r.004LOO 129,00 use i 2.021 1.60 9.09 .TI a. Ofl 12.00 1.90 10.09 9.00 io.oO o.oo 2.26 76 4.50 3.00 (IUrrvo4 Notes to J". M. Cay Interest on same, to Mnroh 31, 1020 Note to R II. Chandler, Interest on snmo to March 31, 1920, TOTAL INDK1ITKDNKSS Money) 10.009.00 15Q.00 .............. Suo Shelby Mason, 2,500.00 137,50 3 1,957,50 Ilurton 'SLapp. Kxnmjncd and approved by Forest Stapp, Judge, . Garrard County Fiscal Mil Court 3 (3 GUY I The Central Rocord, Lancastei , Ky.. Thursday Jan Woman's Club. TV J. I. Foby continues the 1 3, I 92 I rING CHINESE Wr man's Club program was moit thoroughly enjoyed ly tlto fl) t ame. lorge audience lust Thursday. Mm. Mr. ttntry D. Itlcr fM n visitor William Elliot: was leader m the t .I'rwoeherevllre Thdrtshw. . , stony f ,r gospci jonn, wniiei Try i Kith ef ObeliiU flour today, j jjMjnn Kinnnlrd nnd ISsurlnnd Hudion ami Urnau. n, excellent papers. Mr. C. T. Stone, if Me., visited At th close of the orrgrnm Mim Mr. mitt Mrs, Alfred l'oyntcr lait 9ylr explained in drtnil the "Horn Demonstration" work thnt iMt. Lewis moved rh has begun in the rounty. The Mr. ana Mrs. prat Jodoan to Mr. John Ad-- Woman's Club offered thr uc of (a er nmt expressed n ,f,eir , n'i farm. In any way thnt ' J. - Yots wat n vlillor I t. Selling Children. Doys Plsctd Like i On Kihlblt At Fairs (1 Z SlA firing $2.00 Girls Moi l Valuable. jree 0.r 1 tf r,.4. f Mm. lonenetct. Mr. m. t- llose-- m t'elphrcy, " PAN-A-CC- kep Poultry healthy. Starnii Drug Stor. The Ballad Of The Box-Taile- it y In Hawaii, port Irnvcler you smell inurh rehln thnt It H'ems SHol--k to ynu that 'be hot xnn alone would be enough to .1 Iho hark tlninlnc like ll.o.', CeU'Linrd And Have 320 a torch. It make n tall, pointed flame, like tln tlanic iu u hlg rnndlu. Fire PJtco In lleI$. lurks In the niv nmewhere, thnt Is rertnlu. Tb.v ny thnt ot one time North Ashinu, Maw., Two pair the old llir nihil h tapped the tree as ' 'i ' tn sell at retail American itn r iiicnr mnpte. and said to be the for $100 h Long Thumb Strong Will. mutt expintlvc ever made In this If the top Joint of your thumb la .'u i' wru exhibited at North Adams Ions. It shows that ynu Iibtc good will cenlly. reasoning facOne ir is mad of potent leather power. Msrsel by thoi-- pcopli l.h with mw goU loaf lining and ulties are thtimbit the second Joint of who have full unJeHining of all aorforati't". which nre Ion:. Thumbs that work liu'iks and oyoa. mad hm n $SQ easily are owned by cnreles. happy- ttd pieev htaortod in Ute tieel on tiHlthrlft Individuals. A Ihiimh. however, irtlff. Brw club tW (hot tin" person Is kewi. tactg show Tint oth"! pair if of taa with a of britrht red satin ami n goUl ful, self tMiMwui,!. nod cautious the who will get on in mo wnteh f the wriot type inaottud In sort of man world lb left Aw just nltove the ankle. reci-ntl- en John Osborne, who has itarrodiburc Democrat) in IxiiiKtn the pus week returns t! heme Friday. One of the greatest in Mrs. Henry Yator and daughter, Kentucky occured December 211th, i:iirnhrth. were Friday guests of thirty years ago. The parly ntscm- Med at the old Forsythe Mill near Mr. Wm. Walker. hunting grounds, Mha Clara Daolin Is visiting her the Hurricane and Mr. rromincnt among the hunters were snitbr, Mrv Ofoar Lewi Col. Jack Chinn, Cupt. Steve Walker, ljti.it, tirnr Jud.ou. Arch Walker, Kd Walker, Wndc Hess Stock Tonic Increases Dr. Walker, W. A. Sharp, John Parks, flc of milk Stormes Drug Store. Capt. J. A. Tomllnson, John Taylor Mr and Mrs. U'm. Walker were Nond. J. W, VnnArsdall. Sr., Tilford tr. cut visitors of Mr. ami Mrs. Llgc Currens and his three sons. Cadge, I rbee, of UeCreorry. Clnrk and Hen, Morgan Chinn,' Mr. ami Mrs. George Carrier are Powell Dun, Hill Hanks, colored nnd ng congratulated over the arrival NaM Johnson, colored, it fox hunter little dnujchtvr, Jan. ttb. of renown. The party with forty dogs nmvou Mr. 'A. T. Kiee. Sr., of Richmond. was the guest Wedncday night of at Abraham Sharp's place about 11 o'clock In the morning nnd huntei' Mr. and Mr. Wilkim Salton. " night. A red (o Ur.ti. mLad feed. Creund barley, " wa Huhcd and chase was given. Kentucky farm Feed. Hudson nJ Farnau.l l,ut ,l wns "ol ubUI tni'y struck the tmil of the big yellow fox W. b. Knibrjr and daughter. Mr. thnt the real sport began. Thia fw.x Itutti, of IiBOOGiier. spent the was famous among the hunters, havve-trith Mr. an J Mrs. Tern Yantis. ing been pursued for eight yenr. Mrs, C ft. Henry ami two children and shown himself the master of the from Wedw itay un- cunning tricks and dodges known vete vMttira to til Suntlay of Mr. and Mr. William foxes. This fox was later killed in a CJark. mid en the chicken house of Mr MeatUmos I lent and Frank Tut-t'- e Preston Hurrus by his big white bull anal ehtlttren v.r the gpU for dog. Col. Jack Chinn Imu held tluit this tie day Thursday if Mr. and Mr. Wm. Uarnea. was the greatest fox hunt ever staged in Kentucky, nnd stories are st !J PAN-CCA Mk-- i Mni Lay. Stormet Drug Store. told of the things that happened ,iur- Those living who Meaarm. Taylor iUney and James ing the night. participated are: Wen VnnArsdal!, I . Yr.rrtls sold ijirp hos Saturday to and Doty, uf Lancaster at W. A. Sharp, Clark, Cadge, nnd Hen lurrens, rowwi uunn, .Morgan Chinn '' cents n pound. and Arch Walker, the present sheriff Mr. Win. Haruea, and two daugh- of (icrranl county. ters, Mmiim MoJIie and Kthrl spent Monday with Medamoa MUten Ward V R?ap. ' nnd (' It. Henry. illil jrnu work Intrrr1"' . rfiosie?' Prominent Mr. nnd Mm. Jc Turner and son, your I Old I'nm-wordidn't: lnit I'm Virgil ami little daughter, Alice, voy (hmiicti. Slay-- " nt of I!ole, have moved to the Ih til,' 'rclve iiii." Life. .1. I. Foley farm. Dr. Ilett Stick Tonic conditions ind Job's Tears Kemsi t(!vR aiptit. Slornn Drue Stor. The mltoimr1ix tii Hnwnllnn li -- ntxnn on Mr -- n.t Mrs. Frank TuUlc and llnnd nniiiiil niH plant l. tv t K.l iron of Harboursvllle have reedlltir stnlkv n klml of growth that Iwnr lilt enninel return- ' home after u visit to Mr. rank Kcrylioiy rnlln tin,- - head bendi lin t Mr. Henry Tuttle. Job's tear. Mr. Jasper Doiley nnd mother, Mts. I.uln DaRey. Mr. and Mrs. Edd Much Resin In Hawaiian Tree. Kirtx, uf Itoyio, were recent visitor When you pull ti piece of bars' oft hl monkey-pni- l tree, r, the chunky of Mr ami Mr. Alfred Poynter. fox-huntI d Fox LOOK AT THIS hl ''' bob-taile- d pt Washington, -- Victim of the famine in China hnv been selling their children. A report just received state that n a wtr famine ills-- i trlcta fair rmv been held nt which I the exhibit were rhil irtii, boys for fi.l'O and girls fairly mnturr jnnd'pretty bring a higher price. In large nrens 9S per rent of thr population i i'erlarr. tn be suffering per rent being the higheat estl- tnnle of the people able to sustain According to the report themselves. "the only prnrtlcnldr way of saving the majority t the opening of food kitchens all over the stricken regions. That will need n huge organization. The understanding is that the money contributed in this and other foreign eouHtrio for relief will be ndministered Independently uf the Chinese (U.viTtirocnt. In the rase of the United States. Minister Crane is charged Jointly with the representative of the American J'.ed Cros with thr distribution of funds. The Itrd Croa has already appropriated $000,000 far IhU purpo.c Muny stories are current in China of the authorities threatening to imprison and beat the iwoplr for failure to pay tuxes, which arr collectable In both money and grain, neither tf uhten the people bnvc. srll-Ttn- CANDIDATE FOR CONGRESS ft Has Unique Record. J.il.r Jail. Fris Wbiukrr Hat Hrn bird, SolJier And Sailor, LOUISVILLE COURIER JOURNAL, DAILY. r 9 $ LOUISVILLE TIMES. DAILY Wblteahurg. Ky.. -- Fr Whltaker, county Judge of (.etcher cunty. will be a candidate for I'ttagros from the Tenth district in 192, he announced at Vfcitejburtf. Ills campaign, he staled. wl! b nusaV on his pusl reoorsL o . LOUISVILLE EVENING POST. DAILY LOUISVILLE HERALD, DAILY LEXINGTON LEADER, DAILY t for-n-e- k knlfi--Mlcri- - Either of the Above Splendid Daily's Together With The To Sell At $100. Judge WkiUker's eampaigu for affire last fall tlrUii wide atlen-lioheesnsfe of the fact that while in ehame of the Letcher county Jail he was sentenced to serve six months in jail far con tempt of court by the Uicn connty Judire He immediate ly annownred his candidacy for judge t nnd conducted his campaign from the jnll where he hud made himself n trusty and assigned himself to work on the roads In the vicinity of the institution. He worked outside in the daytime nnd spent his nights in jail. Judge VHutnker in announcing his 'candidacy, set out his record in the manner given below; "The speechless barefooted boy, "The mdtutrioats son of a neble widow, -- . plr "Soldier. "Sailer. "Crack shut of the United States iirmy, "One of the navy's expert and accurate gsmm, "Champ pugilist uf Whites-burg- . ' - Central Record . '(tnil tin-(i- ONE YEAE FOE 3 Q Yule tor CfirUtmas Christ-mname "Yule" U the and Is still bmI In Sitaiid and the mirth of Haclaml. ml nriinol In Il woo originally the term "Yule-tog.- " In HiiElatHl and Sroudhiavhi the festival of the winter aolKtav. i el ft a, Attidenul Colors. .oi.,n Hie th"e which tlf .ikI i' lie atate of our eye, - wtiieh the object really tmt not th(KiMimii' i. Tbu alter lookln; at the bright im. all mbr objects npur oarls; after rfnik Ator I the accidental ArefcW-i.rn- l Your New Year Gift. "A woHileifu K color of we eiiiH flitit Is tin- - iiri-'i- u ' mo ibf rnu after neuritis Year blue glnfc.. f minute or two after for ywu Ill hii off. Tbi uccl- 01 if lw ealtHHlar, ahkia. tsHMotaiehod and liUI eatoi of reil Is bluish green; ef oraiige 'itri. blue; of violet, vel- now. shear of (air days, boand hi rmuI- - low; of tiw- white nnd the congift has the Wew - ftn im When ngnlu. 'lark room, objecta ut This .i yellow Unite. mm. m m $6.00 This applies to Old and New Subscribers and Cash must be sent in advance. SEND ALL ORDERS TO CENTRAL RECORD OFFICE ".Masterful railroader, Keughrider, Farmer, "i'olltieutu. "CnmMoi of the rights and liber-ti- e of the common people. "A iJrei.4 factor In developing KMStertt Kentucky's groat con! deldi. "Jniler of Letcher county. "A vhHim of unjust circumstances. "A murtyr for the rights nnd ef the common people. "Judge of tho , Letcher county court. "Candidate for rongrc In VJS'i." lib-citi- Resolutions MT. IIEIIItOh oohOAV SCHOOL 9 Mn's Convention ! Ulble Class. 9 a chance tu bajcin thlsuia all avor again; pnng, new soniana Four Invel) kumnter hA fall. , And aiwrkUiiK. iray winter rvmplet- IttR il all. Your iiiIhiI i hd your hoatt and yourself IhreuRh and tarough flay take opportunity, imlllng anew, Aild atnrt bolnj: Wtul, where you fail- cd yesteryear tlnsi'lfisli and lovins cast aloom out for cheer, Jolco at IhU wamlerfyl gift at ' your door An'd make this year gladder than any Leforc." A imsiind thtui verse. Peculiar London Namts. Loudon Town (Knglnnd) has many In Iti curious names Incorporated streets and squares which embody strange Incidents or nre of peculiar origin. The dcrltullon of thu i.uuie of the city Itself would 1111 n tinge but cue authority gives thu name a derived from the IVIth l.'ian dun. City of the Moon, and tradition baa It that there was oinv u temple ot Dlatm where Kt. I 'mi I now Mmids. similarly Ureenwich i supiwmoi to uUn Celbti derived from (Irlnu tic, meanltij City itf ! 'in. l.nd'o dun 'a also to bo dTii- hi to bo Tohii, an called from 1." a mythical king of llriiw i. i : j '"r Wharena our friend and coworkcr of this class. Jim P. Wynn passed iiuia- - at hf lu pii- - on the evening of 'January 1th., 1921, ' That, In his pntslng away thliclass lose imu uf the most gentle Christian characters, hia family n kind and mast laving and tender futhcr, and husband. tld ('immunity one of its most reepocteii leaders in everything thnt tends to better citizenship. Thnt, in this sad hour we wish to extend to bis family our heart-fel- t sympathy nnd va commend them to our Heavenly Father, who duuth nil Ithintrs fetdl and imi uhii i. Inn t,,ul... to be unkind HKSOI.VEU, that these resolu-Hon- s be iprond upon the minute of this day, and a copy be sent to his family and copy to Central Record. Juntos A. Todd, Pres. class 1. Henderson, Sccty. Class. K39 a