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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): January 27, 1921 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1921 cen1921012701_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 27, 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. THE CENTRAL RECORD. THIRTY FIRST YKAR LANCASTER. KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON, JANUARY 27, 1921. WILL OF NUMBER 4. TOBACCOPRICES on your paper Show Higher Tendency does not show Yesterday. 1921, you owe NOTICE U the LABEL ANNOUNCEMENT Wis wish to nnnouncc in this issue Hint certain reports nre Koiiitf around nmonjr our friends which are nfl untrue nnd done to dnmnia' the reputation of our House. Mr. Grnw nnd myself hnvc been in the Tobacco hiiHinvflfl for many yenrs and have bought tobacco In this county for the past eleven yearn. We believe we are competent enough to see thnt our friends are KcttitiK nil their tobneco is worth and we will continue to give our personal attention to each crop Hold on our Floor. We aK.su re our friends thnt we nre KuttinK the top of the market on ench grade. We report the following Snles for last Thurs- us for your sub. scriptlon which wc will be glad to tflvc you a for any day except Sunday. re-eclpt MILLARD WEST Wins Handsome motion. Pro- An Associated Press dispatch from Washington, Tuesday, states Unit Millard F. Weil, formerly of thli city, hail Itccn made deputy commissioner of Internal revenue. He had formerly liecn supervisor of account for the bureau In Washington. Millard has been In the revenue twrvice "since Meek wb a pup" anil we will wager that there U not n man In Washington City that knew more about this department than he. Ill promotion la richly deserved ami his here nt heme hundred of friend hope to see him made CommWwiencr before many of Internal Revenue moon shall have waxed ami waned. Millard, we arc Congratulations, watching your career witli eager interest ami trust your greatest ami highest r.mWUen in your untiring bacco. work for "Uncle Sam" may be fully realized Better average wero realized on the tobacco breakn yeftcrdny nnd Tuesday and many of tho growers nre better pleased with the outlook, although still quite lo', medium grades were decidedly higher. About 1711,000 pounds were sold over the (Jarrard floors Tuesday and immo good averages were mndo over the Planters nnd Grower floors yesterday, many thinking that prices were from five to six cents higher than for tho same grndes a week ago. A clooe scrutiny of the various markets throughout Kentucky, show la having one of the that best markets in the state, notwithstanding the fact that some very fine crop of Gnrrnrd county tobacco have been marketed over other floors. The growers of Garrard county should stxtnd solidly behind our local warehouses ami not be influenc ed by outside (Kirtlos to take their product to other markets. These two houses Imvc been built nt nn enormous expanse nnd in all probability will Iwse money before the soason close, but they are both run by competent and experienced men, who have been in your community Most of their lives ami would netur- nlly be more interetted in seoing the growers of Garrard county get the highest priced possible for their to- ACCEPTS JOHN D. WYNN CASHIERSHIP. To Probated Here Last J. Fleece Robinson Monday. Go With Danville Bank. I). Wynn, who died nt his home on Junuary 1th., of blood poisoning, was probat ed in Judge Forest Stapp's court last Monday. The Instrument was dated January 3rd., 1921, Just the day before Mr. Wynn died and was witnessed by It. G. Woods nnd A. H. The will of the late John Wynn. He wills well Hobinson, Mr. J. Fleece known nnd popular here, has resigned ns cashier of the Lincoln National Hank nt Stanford und hns accepted a similar position with tho Farmers National Hank at Danville, assuming those duties February 1st. The Danville Advocate hns this to that all his personalty be day : no Gi mi; cr & $20; hs e $i6; 70 ? ass g (t $5, Total 1450 pounds, average 20cU. $288.94. (Tt Gp Arthur Watson 45 lbs. (ft $32; 76 n; (0. $26; 28 $; Jt (01; 6 Noel and Harrison 45 pounds 111.75; 100 Q $35; 216 $42; 140 GT $38; 1.15 & $32; 210 ffl 32; 115 p $20; 105 $IH; 05 I $12.25; CO $ $1.00; 55 7T $7; 215 (ft $2t; 270 $472.32. $0.50. Total 1,880 pounds, average $25.12 Mobcrley nnd Doolin sold 185 pounds (ft $14.50; ISO (ft $25; 80 HP $31; 125 (3 $35; 1C0 (ft $20; 05 $25; .10 flt $20; 110 $C00; $22.50; SO & $15; 120 (ft $25; 105 00 (JP $3.10. Total 13G0 poundt, average $21.05 $280.30. - Sebastian and it. Sebastian sold 00 pounds (JT $13; 105 qp $10; 50 (ft $30; 105 (ft $11; 115 $ $10; 100 (ft $10; 130 tf $21. Total 875 poundt, average $31.53 $275.90. 190 80 $10.25; 55 (ft $2.00; Sebastian & Son sold 00 pounds $10; 170 (ft $28; 105 (ft $37; 210 to $34; 55 (ft $12; ll7.00.ToUl 1075 poundi, average $24.40 $2G2.27. WINNESJRIAL Walter Wall sold 130 pounds $26; 215 $25; 130 ft $15; 135 t0. Total GIO poundi, average $21.75 $132.75. Sebastian nnd Prnlher 145 pounds Qj $11.50; 155 $14; 225 ' $80; 1C0 $20; 255 (ft $30; 125 $30; 146 $20; 210 $20; 300 (ft $18; 60 (ft $5.30; 100 Op $0.S0; 215 (ft $2.00. Total 2,115 poundt, average $21.2G $449.GC. W. T. linker A Son sold 330 pounds $17.60; .100 Q $36; 335 (ft $10; 205 ft $37; 250 (ft $10; 206 C $14; 370 j $10; 480 (ft $25; 555 (ft $34; 265 $31; 175 JT $22.00. Total, 3,940 poundt, average $26.50 $1,043.00. Starts Atllarlan, Ky. GONE DOGS Charged Witli The Murder Of Miss SherilV Walker Says Lura Parsons. Tax Must Be Paid. AFTER DOGfrew the Department of Agriculture was in the city one day lest week checking up tho dog lists tn Garrard eeunty. finding hundreds and hundred that had not He then conferred been with the county ottklaU with a view to enforcing tho deg law. ShcriiT Walker wa udvkcd that the number of dogs licensed In Garrard county during the year I'JSO fell many hundred below what were licensed in A field asnt tax-iia- 1019. Sheriff Walker uni advlied that a heavy penalty is attached for failure to license the dogs, such taxes being due and must be paid by Janu-nr1st., of each year and that it was the intention of the Department to prosecute all persons who failed to secure such license. This agent also told Mr Walker that he was liable to a heavy penalty if he failed In his duties to collect such licenses. He Is now going after the dog owners, with tho result that many have come forward and paid their taxes, scvernl hundred having called at the County Clerk's olTlce last Monday. MBtiy indictments have been Issued in several counties of the state against dog owners, which will be dono in this county if they fail to obey tho law. y Penned Up Lizzie. lives who A prominent farmer nbout three miles from town has made n firm New Year resolve. He sat down one day recently and took an inventor) of conditions, anil then ho walked firmly to tho garage ami drained hit machine. Coming back to the house he said to his good wife: "The nutomboile license is due. Co-gis high and farm products are low. I.lzzie is out there in the garage penned up, and if you want to spend your butter ami egg money feeding and running her, I haven't n word to say. llut as for mo old Dobbin nnd the buggy are good enough I am going to ride in my shay until times get more prosperous." (llnrrodsburg Herald.) as one-hor- Many Dogs Poisoned. l'ropably twenty-fiv- e dogs have been poisoned during the past week, linth In lhi, rtlv nml lhrnuitintlt - fh -rn " county, npparnntly from "buttons" being thrown promiscously by ifomo lieratless person, who seems to have It in for all dogs In general and none in particular. Two nice "shepherds" followed Tom Conn into town last Monday nnd while ho was in the Clerk's Office securing his dog tags, got some tho dogs unfortunately poisoned meat in tho "I'urk" and one was nbout dead when Mr. Conn reII y turned five minutes later. promptly administering a largo dose of melted lard tho other one was saved. M per cent. Nortkem Seed Oats, Germination Hudson Js Farnau. Through the good olficcrs of Judge It. W. Hingham, tobacco men of Kentucky met Harney M. Itaruch, former chairman of the War Indus-trio- s Hoard, this week in New York to formulate plans to relieve tho predicament to tobacco growers of Kentucky, who have tho 1920 and parts of tho 1919 crops on their hands because of tho refusal of the manufacturers to pay even cost of production for the leaf. Mr. Itnruch is working out plans to form n marketing company to ndjust the size of future crop and to inIt is Mr. sure u living price. Hartieh's idea to have nil growers members or hareholder in tho marketing coiiiny. He luis also initiated steps to discover how much lower grade tobacco now on the market can be sold abroad if tho growers foreign can get notiss of certain governments discounted nt American banks. In conference with Mr. Haruch were John W. Newman, Venwilos, and J. C. Cantrill, Georgetown, representing the growers; Dr. S. II. H alloy of Lexington, tho warehousemen; U. M. Marker, of Carrolton, the redryors, and Arthur Krock, for Judge Hingham. It was tho opinion of tho conference that tobacco manufacturers aru making a mistake in offering low prices and forcing a crop cutout, Ladies thus badly disturbing an industry Tho ladies of tho Missionary So- which is already tho subject of atciety of the Presbyterian church will tack for agitators. hold an exchange at tho storo of Goodloe and Walker Brothers next If you are not satisfied with the Saturday Everything flour you are using now try sack of afternoon. good to cat will bo offered at prices Obelisk and note the difference. commensurate with tho time. Hudson and Farnau. Nearly three days were comsumed af a Jury, to try Dr. charged with the murder of Mts l.ura Parsons, Gar rnrd eeunty girl ami former teacher In the I'ine Mountain school in Harlan county, the horrible murder eccurimr last September. Night session of the court" may be held all durlnn the week in order to complete the testimony by Saturday The little court room was crowded with the settlers of tho l'inc Moun tain district when tho first witness, Uufu Wilson, assistant superintendent of the construction works on the I'ine Mountain road, took the stand Monday night. From a large map of the scene where Miss Parsons' multilated body was found last Sop tcmbcr, Wilson pointed out tho loea tion of the prison camp housing the convicts at work on the road. Her body was fliscovcrcd 300 yards from this camp, and at that time Wilson said, four convicts were at work on the road. Attorney A. F. Hyrd, assistant pro. seculor, polntcil to tho various locations involved in the murder mystery, nnd jurors nnd spectators craned their necks to follow, while Dr. Wfnncs sat with his family watching the proceedings as calmly a any in tho court house. The testimony at the morning ses sion of the trial yesterday centered around mule tracks and killing Three witnesses for the Common' wealth testified regarding the mule tracks. None was positive that the tracks were made by the mulo Dr. Winnes rodo up the trail from Dilllon tho day of the crime. The witnesses were Henry Creech, Pine Mountain School, who aided In tho senrch for Miss Parsons: Iloyd Mayes, guard at tho convict camp, and John Carter, City Attorney of Harlan. The latter said he examin ed the tracks yesterday, comparing them to shoes worn by tho mulo ridden by Dr. Winnes nnd they seem tho same. It was brought, however, that other mules were shod of the same site. The tracks Indicated thut tho mule had circled around beside tho trail, the witnesses testified. Technicalities wero indulged in by both sides, tho proscutlun endeavoring to establish that tho tracks were made by tho mulo ridden by tho defendant, nnd tho defense contending they were made by other mules. Mr. Carter also testified to finding Miss Parsons' purse thirty feet from tho trail and fifty yards down toward tho pike. Teeth prints in the purse wero shown to tho Jury. in the selection II. C. Winnes, ..The following Salos were made on Monday, January 21th.: Leslie Sebastian 175 pounds (ft $10; 110 (ft $12.25; 1C0 fp $27; 120 (ft $18; 56 (ft $25; GO (ft $29; 136 (pi $82; 85 (ft $32; G6 ft$30; 05 (ft $30; 170 (ft $31; 185 (ft $30; 130 (ft $32; 160 pounds (ft $25; 140 (ft $15. Total, 1,835 Ibt. aver-ag- e $24.72 $453.02. sold, Including, stocks, bonds and wnr savings stnmw, except household effects and furniture, automobiles, and such farming tools as may be needed In farming the land. The money from such sale to be applied to his debts. He direct that the money derived fr m his life insur ance, be also applied to his debts. That his intorosls in the farm of Wynn and Penington be sold and the purchaser be given a fee simple title to same, the money from this sale to be applied to his debts. If more money is needed to pay the remainder of his debts ho asks thnt sulflcient part of the Kilns Smith farm on White Lick be sold. It directs that the executors of his os late convey to his wife, Martha Wynn, nil of tho personnlty reserved in the will as well as all cash left in hands and give her power to rent and control all lands and proceeds there from toward the support of herself and children until youngest is twen years of age nt which time it is to be divided equally between she and the children, share and share alike. He states that he has sold 20 acres of land to Jamos Morgan nnd same has been paid for. He directs the executors to convey to him n fee simple title to same. W. C. Wynn, M. L. Noe nnd Mar tha Wynn arc made executors of his etntc without bond. ty-o- COLLIVER Named DAWES say of our former townsman: Mr. J. Fleece Uobinson, who is favorably and well known to Danville and Hoylo county people, and who is cashier of one of the leading banks of Stanford, will shortly move with his most estimable wife, to Danville, to take a plnce of Importance in the official family of tho Farmers' National Hank. This announcement will be received with gladness upon the part of the many warm, sincere friends of Mr. and Mrs. Uobinson in this community. Mr. Uobinson camo to Dan.;le as a young mnn nnd entered Centre College and subsequently grnduntd therefrom and while here was one of tho most popu lar college men of his time. Alter leaving college he entered the bank ing business in his homo city, Lan caster, and made a success from the very beginning. He later entered business in tho South nnd made another and more pronounced success and came back to the Hluc Grass country to enjoy the fruits of his ability and Judgment by living a strenuous life, but he was too valuable for this section to allow to re tire from tho activity nnd was after much pursuasion Induced to go to Stanford to the banking business, to succeed tho late William Uright, as cashier of one of tho leading financial institutions of Lincoln county. Mr. Uobinson has already ived here and wc feel assured that he will find great pleasure in return ing to live amongst our people again. $33; average 2Gctt. JefT K. P. Grow sold 140 pounds (ft $21; 40 (ft $30; 195 (ft 215 (ft $25; 30 (ft $14; 35 (ft $60. Total, G55 poundt, $170.62. As Teller Of Paris Bank. Gets In Bad. Frank Parson, who halls from one of our adjoining counties, was last Saturday night by Marshall Jim Hratton, charged with shooting u pistol on the public streets of Lancaster. He carried concealcalied a small pistol of thirty-tw- o said he ho ber, for which had paid fifty cents. He was considerably under the influenco of something, which ho called "bozac," but from his demeanor, it must have He was taken bebeen "booie-ne.- " fore Judge Harris Monday morning and drew a fine of $59.00, which ho could not pay and was sent back to Jail. In duo time he will bo taken before Judge Stapp for carrying concealed, n deadly weapon. He claims to bo 19 years old. , Pendleton sold 215 pounds (ft $6; 190 (ft $12; 290 (ft $21; 135 (ft $33; 185 (ft $25; 85 (ft $32; 290 (ft $2C; 155 (ft $8.00. Total, 1,545 poundi, average 19ctt $302.40. Planters And Grower! BARUCH TO AID TOBACCO MEN Will Invite Growers To Become Members Of The Marketing Association. Exchange Colliver Dawes, popular Legion- aire and son of Rev. nnd Mrs. II. A. Dawes, of Hrynntsvllle, has Just been appointed Teller of the First Nation al Hank of Paris, Ky., so a message W. A. SPEITH, Manager, to the Louisville Times from Paris Tobacco Warehoute. states. Mr, Dawes Is a graduate of Georgetown College and served with credit overseas during the war as First Lieutenant. He has been for MRS. the past year or more farming with his fathr near Hryantsvillc and Is an Opens On exemplary young man nnd his friends here feel that the directors Tobacco of the Paris Hank made no mistake in electing Mr. Dawes to so Impor Predicting that the prohibition of tant an office. the manufacture and sale of the cl garette is coming Just as surely as Dunn. the Volstead act forbids the liquor The marriage of Mr. Gus P. Dunn, tralTic, Mrs. Frances Hcauchamp, of Lexington, president of the Kentucky son of Mrs. W. A. Price of this city, W. C. T. U. announced that if she to Miss Hertio McClure Price, was had to choose between the two consumatcd last Saturday afternoon prohibitions shy would bar tho clga in Stanford at tho home of Mr. and retto first. Mrs. Hcauchamp spoke Mrs. Sam Fisher. Hoth contracting nt tho First Christian church nnd the parties are well known and exceed Cadlo Tabernacle" in commemoration ingly popular in this county and have of the first anniversary of the Vol the best wishes of their many friends for a long life of congenial happi stead act. She denounced the Honrd of Kdu ness. The Interior Journal of last Tues cation for denying her permission to speak in the Louisville schools on the day has the following concerning this cigarette evil and asked whether they happy event; The home of Mr. and Mrs. Sam nre controlled by the cigarette or to bacco trust. Sho also deplored the Fisher was tho scene of a happy ocgrowth of tho cigarette habit among casion Saturday afternoon when Mr, women, saying that one Louisville Gus. P. Dunn led to the marriage al Jeweler had sold 960 women's ciga.' tar Miss Hertie McClure Price. The retto cases during the holidays. Mrs, words which united this splendid Hcauchamp denied that there is any couple wero spoken by Itcv. II. J. oxtrnordlnary violation of the Vol Hruzelton in a beautiful and imp res stead act, saying that traffic laws arc slvo manner. The brido was ele broken much more frequently. She gantly gowned in brown tricolctte announced that sho Intends to devote with hat to match. Sho carried Co tho remainder af her life to the ex lumbia roses with llllies of tho valley termination of the "damnable clga and standing mid ferns, presented a picture that was Indeed attractive rvtte." Louisville Post. and pleasing. After congratulations Dont forget the American Legion u delicious bulTet lunch was served to the bridul party and their immediate meeting Tuesday night, Feb. 1st. families. The happy couple left on the evening train for a tour through Sheriff tho North and Kast, after which they In this issue of tho Hecord we are will return to their country home carrying the formal announcement near Lancaster, where they will bo of Ituv. Kd Hubbard, for tho Ilepub nt homo to their friends. Tho bride llcan nomination for sheriff of Gar- Is tho only daughter of Mrs. A. S. Her charming disposition rnrd county, subject to tho action of Price. this political party. Mr. Hubbard is and pleasing personality, together well known to many In tho county with her many sterling qualities, well and has been a hard worker for his fit her for an ideal helpmate. The party during all tho recent cam man of her choice is a young gentle palgns. Ho says ho proposes to push man Lancaster feels Justly proud of that Ids candidacy to the end and hopes possessing every characteristic to como out victorious in tho August is requisite to a happy and prosper ous feature. primary. BEAUCHAMP Warfare American Legion Meeting The American Legion of Hcidal Sanford Post No. 35 will meet in Lancaster, Ky., TUESDAY NIGHT, FEHKUAKY 1st,, 1021 at 7:30 I. M. Wo will have one of the best meetings of tho year and quitp u bit of business will be brought up before thts body. We have mado arrangements for a special program. Please bo present. Price Must Advertise Five Year Deposits. Frankfort, Ky., Hanks throughout Kentucky iiavo just been Instructed by State Hanking Commissioner James P. Lewis to advertise all deposits mado by it, and dividends and interest declared which have not been claimed by tho person to whom it Is credited within five years. Publication in two issues of n newspaper published in tho county in which tho bank Is located is required. Under tho law publication of unclaimed deposits, interest nnd dividends must bo mndo in January dnd must bo mado under tho oath of the cashier. Tho adevrtiscment must also contain tho source from which money is derived. Mr. Lewis's letter, now going forward to the banks, calls attention to Articlo 592 of tho Kentucky Statute and instructs tho bankers to place the advertisements in the newspaper general of "most circulation." Hanks must clip one or mora of the statements from tho newspaper in which they are published and mail them to his office. Cramo Dairy feed will make your cow give more milk and it will keep'' her la good condition. Farnau. Hudson nnd Candidate For The Central Kecor.i. Lncastur, Kv.. T hursday. Jan 27, 92 1 I LUCKY Strike cigarette Its toasted Wm. Davis. Mrs. Ilreeze has returned to her Mr. Fred Howard was in this vicin home at Mlddlcsboro after a visit to ity Friday. Mr. Ray H. Gilbert was in Lnncas-tc- r her mother, Mrs. K. K. White ami Saturday. Mrs. Mosc Ray visited Mrs. Klljah other relatives. MrMillian recently. The Seniors are preparing to order Mr. nnd .Mrs. Jack Davis and fam Mrs. Abe llurton was n visitor In their class rings. ily were in Sunday, the Mndison Saturday and Sunday. The Sophomores have about masguests of Mrs. Davis' parents, Mr. PAINT LICK nnd Mrs. llallnrd. hed of all kind, corn, oats, straw tered their Geometry. The First Lyceum Number will ap Little I.ucicn Patrick while mak- and ha jr. Hudson and Farnau. Miss Corn Ilryant spent Sumlny ing a fire Sunday at noon, poured Mr. Phlll House visited Mr. nnd pear Wednesday night, Jan. 26th. with home folks. oil in the stove which exploded Mrs. Abe Burton Inst week. All the Freshmen were on time Rev. Young and fnmlly have tnken burning his face real badly. Leap Poultry halthr Friday morning; an unusual event. PAN.A.CE-rooms nt the Parks Flat. Mr. and Mrs. Hume Hucker, of Stormes Drug tor me Animal Husbandry Class arc Dr. Ilex Stock Tonic condition and Louisville and Mr. Jim Hucker, of Mr. Jesse Ray of Teatersville anxious to grt to work on their "pro give appctitr. iA'xington, were guests of their spent Saturday night Slormct Drug Si or with Mr. Elmer Jects." Mr. It. H. Gilbert wn In linens-tc- r mother, Mrs. Sarnh Ruckcr Sunday. Ray. .Miss Cynthia Prcwitt has been In and Jtichmond Saturday on busiROOMS FOR RKNT: One large Mr. Abner Ray wns with Mr. and the llcren Hospital for the past two ness. room for any kind of huilncsj, three Mrs. Klljah McMillian a few days weeks, ill with appendicitis. Mr. Leslie Sloan has been the ndjoining same for light house keep recently. Miss lieulah Ledford and Mr. Rod W, F. Parks guest of relatives nt I'nlnt Lick the ing In Paint Lick. Mr. Karl Dailey Is in Jessamine ney Ralston are learning 'The Raven' past week. Phone C03 Richmond, Ky. this week with Mr. nnd Mrs. Asbie by Kdgar Allen Poc before examina Mis Dcnnn Woods was the guest Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Colson spent Hendrcn. tions. recently of Mis Nnncy Guyn at the week-en- d with Mrs. Cnlion's sis Mrs. John aDiley and children Locustvnle. A play by the name of "Food" was ter. Mrs. Miller, at Stanford. They were guests one day recently of Mrs. given by the three Juniors in Chapel Misses Edna Underwood nnd Fan-- i wm leave mis week for their new Robert Sowers. Friday morning. Several visitors Mrs. Irra Tenter of Richmond is were present. spending a few days with Mr. nnd Cstridge and Miscs Nlnnle Mrs. Joshiah McCullcy. Blanche Iluwling arc nttending the Mr. and Mrs. Klijnh McMillinn nnd Manse schoot, evidently they were son were the plcanant guests of Mr. not satiified here. and Mrs. John Kay Sunday. exams are being held Mr. Jasper Sebastian nnd Master Alton SebaMlan spent Thursday this week. Those whose grades for night with Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert the past months are above 90 will not have to take them. Dailey. As Executor of the will of my Mother, Mrs. at nlo Dowdcn were In Incrter shop- - home In Indiana, where It U hoped ping Saturday. Mrs. Colson will enjoy better health. American Lvgloa mts in LanMiss Jane Walker hnd the mlsfor caster Tuday night, Jan. lit. tune to run n machine needle thru Miss Catherine Day, of Winches her finger nbout ten days ago. The ter Is the Attractive gurst of Miss "needle went entirely through break ing on the underneath side of her Mary Mae Walker. Miss Jessie Mne Ilammack spent finger. It had to be taken out of the machine before the piece could be the week end with her grand-parenpulled olT Miss Walker's finger. On Mr. and Mrs. Tom Italston. account of complications. Miss Walk- If you r not tatltfiad with th er wns taken to the Danville Hospital flour jrou art using try sack of and put under the treatment of the Obtllik. Iludion and Farnau Doctors at that place. At this writMr. Morris Todd, who Is clerk nt ing she Is doing nicely anil Is exthe Garrard Tobacco WarchousYe In pected to return home this week. Ijincastcr, spent Monday In Taint WOLF TRAIL Lick. Mrs. Jas. Cham- - has returned .nr. Jonn nancy ims nnd a severe from a visit of several days with her cold. won, Mr. W. t. (Jhamp nnd family MIm Maude Davis Is viiiting Mr. t, Pooled Wool Brings 20 Cents Hopkinsvllle, Ky., 13,000 pounds of wool which was pooled by Christian county wool growers last spring nnd for which a top price of 3G4 cents per pound for clear wool wns refused nt that time, wa sold re cently to a local dealer nt SO cents for clear, 15 cent for slightly burry and 10 cent for medium burry Since the first offer wns received the .wool had been kept In storage there. Market conditions grew worse In stead of better nnd the owners of tho wool derided to let It go rather than hold it longer nnd take further CITIZENS CAPITOL 950,000.00 NATIONAL BANK. OF LANCASTER KENTUCKY. Cornar Public Squara and Danvllla Strati. SURPLUS 960,000.00 WE STRIVE TO SERVE. J. 11. L. G. Davidson, Cashier. L. Gill, Asst. Cashier, Wm. F. Miller, Asst. Mrs. N. H. Hamilton, Teller and Book-keepe- r. W. Cashier DIRECTORS F. Hudson, Pres. J. J. Walker, I U Walker, Shirley Hudson, S. G. Glbbs, J. F. Champ, W. Sweeney chances. Paint Lick High School Notes. ON ROLL OF HONOR DEPOSIT HERE AND SAVE YOUR MONEY. Dont try to tell the other fellew It no uo growling nt the weather his business. He may nik you if man. He ran always hand us bark you have any of your own. worse than we send, Mr. Harding has put one over on With the advent of longer dresses our city friends ought to be able to the other presidents even before his recognixc their own wives when they Inauguration. He has a houseboat meet them. In Florida. To The 1 HAVE BEEN AUTHORIZED TO INDICT ALL OWNERS OF DOGS WHO HAVE NOT PURCHASED TAGS FOR THEM THIS YEAR, AND SHALL DO SO AT THE NEXT I Public Sale I Mid-wint- Jennie Kennedy, deceased, will on Tuesday, Feb. 1st beginning at 10 A. M., expose to public sale the farm he owned at the time of her death, containing about 122 acres of very fertile land, the most of which is Drake's Creek bottom, with fairly good improvements. Situated on the turnpike road from Crab Orchard to Lancaster, and about three miles from the famous Crab Orchard Springs; in fine neighborhood, fine school and three churches near by. Also 150 barrels corn, 1 No. 1 Jersey milk cow, 1 good rubber tire buggy and harness, and other articles too numerous to mention. This is a good farm and will be sold to settle the estate. Possession at once. Terms made known on day of Sale. M. O. Kennedy EXECUTOR Mrs. Asbie Hcndren, who lives Miss Jewtie Mac ilammack took near Nicholasville, spent Saturday charge of the advanced primary and Sunday night with Mr. and Mrs. classes on Friday afternoon; Miss Powell Dailey. Sloan going home on the Mesdamrs Andrew and Ottis train. Stotls and daughter nnd Mrs. Homer One hundreil pencils have been Carman spent the day Thursday with ordered by our principal, Mr. Gilbert Mrs. Mose Ray. to be sold for Sets, each and fur Mr. and Mrs. John Dailey nnd which we hopo to receive n pencil daughters, Mcidames Allen Teater, sharpener. Homer Ray, Powell Dailey and Miss MIsji Syler, th Domestic Science Ilert Dailey were recent guests of Friday. teacher, attended chapel Mr. and Mrs. Wllbrt Dailey. Mnitcr Harrison Lilian! Dailey is Miss Sloan's classs will take charge spending a week with his grand par of the chapel exercises on next Frients, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Sebastian. day morning at 10:30, Jan. 28lh. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Moberley and Kvery one Is invited. daughter spent the past week end Misses Westover and Ruth Carrier with Mr and Mrs. Hnrve Teater. and Rev, C. D. Strother, of LancasMr. and Mrs. Henry Tenter was in ter were here Friday morning in the this vicinity last week visiting Mr. interest of organizing n Junior Red and Mrs. Joshiah McCullcy nnd Mr. Cross. Mr. Long was elected chair and Mrs. Allen Teater, Mr. and Mrs. man; .Miss Calico, Mouc Ray, Mr. and Mrs. Ottis Stotls Rodney Rnliton, treasurer and Miss and Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Stotts. Garret, nccrctary. one-thirt- y TERM OF THE GARRARD COUNTY GRAND JURY. THIS ORDER WAS SENT ME FROM FRANKFORT AND I AM SUBJECT TO INDICTMENT IF I FAIL TO DO MY DUTY. BY SECURING YOUR TAGS RIGHT AWAY YOU MAY SAVE YOURSELF PROSECUTION AND HEAVY FINE. A. K. Walker, SHERIFF OF GARRARD COUNTY. -1 Good Tobacco Bringing Good NO MARKET FOR INFERIOR OR DAMAGED TOBACCOS. Prices 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 I Warehouse LANCASTER, Co. KY STREET. urporated. Tandy Quisenberry, Starter. Geo. Brown, Floor Mr. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Jan 27. 92 1 1 PROF. THREATENS TETRAZZINI 3 THE UNIVERSAL CAR The Ford Coupe, with electric self starting nnd Ugh ting system, has n big, broad scatdecply upholstered. Sliding plate glass windows so that the !rcc7c can sweep right through the open car. Or in case of a storm, the Coupe becomes a closed car, snug, rain-proI Jaj and dust-proo- f. nil the Font economics in operation and maintenance. A car that lasts and serves satisfactorily ns long as it Jasts. Demountable rims with tirc3 all around. For the doctor' and travelling salesman it is the ideal car. WHAT you lose W coat-s- mutt be added to taking has to be paid for. thru baking failure Calumet Baking Powder cm when you Itthen art ae totem bo lone. Every bak-kt tweet and paktiU and stays nobt, tender Bad tit lie low to the Uat tasty bke.( will aaro you all of m that Be COALLESS WORLD Coming To Louisville. Princeton Man Says Famous 5lnr To Appear In Con cert At Cjrpty Smith Tabernacle Then We'll Have To On February 4th. Go To The Tropics Luisa Tctrazzlnl, who is Mme. considered by mnny critic to he tho To Keep Warm greatest coloratura singer, will ap And Finally Hcome liUcb Skinned pear In concert at the Louisville Tabernacle, which Is now known ns the Lib Negroes, Auditorium, on Friday evening, Feb. One of the most brilliant of ca Princeton, N. J.,- - If the con! proHer fiteers hope to clean up anything reers has been TctrnrxiniV worth while In the way of easy voice Is n nnturnl one of marvelous money they have only n thousand llucncy, enabling her to cxrute tho passages years or so In which to do it, accord- most ditficult coloratura ing to Prof. William Ilerrymiin Scott with no sign of eifort. It Is also of In n public lec- exceptional range an she sings high of that university ture recently he stated that coal will F sharp. Following Tctrnzzinl'a success In be scarce in a thousand years and extinct in n few thousand, and that many foreign lands, W. II. Leahy, when it is exhausted mankind must who Is mnnnging the diva's present tour, presented her nt the old Tivoli perforce migrate to the tropics. "Conl," he said, Is a temporary Opera House in Snn Francisco, thing; n few thousand years nt most where she was acclaimed as one of iind it will be all gone. Then, when the world's greatest sopranos. Tc It is no longer possible to keep warm trazzlnl later was associated with It is reasonable in cost and In our winters, wo have to migrate opera companies In New York nnd possesses more tlian the or to the tropic, nnd in the meantime Chicago and also has made many dlnary leavening strength. Vou pay brilliant concert tours. It is tho wc have to lenrn to live there." leaa and use less. You set the most Sainkhf Cats opinion that she has a. in purity, dependability and The word inexhaustible, according consensus of sung better than nt tho present Vf cup ol butter, tho most never to Prof. Scott, is one of ltjcups RTinu-latr- d In every way it is the best pernicious in the Innguage. "Coal, time. sugar, 2tJ way to keep down baking cuts. That With the noted stnr nt the Louis 1 cup nnturnl gos, petroleum all are excupa flour, it what hat made it the world's Whville concert there will be three water, 2 level haustible," he said. "We nre living itest selling baklnjt powde- r- haskrpt assisting artists all of whom arc teaspoons Cala-mIt the favorite of inillinmcf house on capital, and the time will come Making wires (or more than thirty years. things arc gone." musicians of note. They arc Fran when all these I'owder, 1 teacesco I.oggo, pianist, Max Gcgnn, Good wholesome bakings can be spoon lemon. Anil then he went on to explain how cellist, nnd Henri Dove, flutist, and nude only of jtwxl materisK no rites. Hks ol 9 in in the next few thousand years the will be heard in solo and csemblc Then mix lha other way, so u only" iKTbaing white skins wc nre now so proud of ' regular way. numbers making the program one of powder nifBoi"plin floor (nr are extremely likely to turn. rilritlng flour)." great variety. "If man Is forced to move to the Ilradford Mills and Merle tropics there is n possibility that our are managing the Tetxazzini descendants may rhange in color concert, which will he one of the 1 from white to black. We know as a most important musical event ever Henpecked husbands have n great The Joke columns In the daily result of observation that people who staged Mail orders in Louisville. habit of telling other people how to nowspnpers are looing up. Occas live in hot climates have dark color may be sent to Grace Denton, secretcontrol their wive. ionally one of them create n snicker. ed skins nnd hair and eyes. You ary, in care of The Stewart Dry know yourselves that a great many Disarmament Is enthusiastically People who object to landing in a of the natives of India arc Just as Prices arc 11.10, $1.05, $2.20 and 13.30. suppartnl by the smaller nations that wanner climn when they die should purely Caucasian us you are and yet can not alTonl to arm. not attempt to follow the cource of in color nre ns dark us any negro NATURE TELLS YOU the liberty bonds. In considering moving to the tropics The fellow whe attempts to be smart is generally quite successful In It is fortunnte the Japs have there is this to remember also: It At Many a Lancaster Reader Knows cannot be said whether dark skins in making a fool of himself. Too Well. censed giving out versions of the When tho kidneys are weak. shooting of that American naval the tropics nre the result of the trop whether, that is If you want to see n first-clas- s Nature tells you about It. officer. They might eventually have les or nre indirect; to say, the people of light complex bout without paying admission juit told the truth. The urino Is nature's Index. ion nre at a disadvantage and ore Infrequent or too frequent pashone out n British fine in an Irish sage, ultimately weeded out. neighborhood. Congress has decided that the size Other disorders suKKcst kidney "Certainly as things stand now the of our army is to be maintained at Senator McCormlck must be looi-In- g 175,000. That provides for the im white man does not thrive in the Ills. Doan's Kidney Pills are for disorfor notoriety. His first act on porta nt part of the personnel of an tropics. Whether he will lenrn to do dered kidneys. returning from Europe was to refuse a niis It furnihhes men enough for so in the future Is another question Lancaster people testify to their to be Interviewed. The civilization of the world up to worth. Ask your nelchbor! the kitchen details. now Is n civilization of the temperate W. 8. Carrier, merchant. Public "I had And still, we might sotre our Haieball players are becoming zones, especially the north temperate Square, Lancaster, says immigration problem by an- quite meek and eminently respecta one. Hut since it is very rash to put dull backaches that bothered mo, es nexing all of Europe, It is doubtful ble since Judge undertook the bounds to the possibilities' of sclent! pecially during the night and my kidI used if any of the fellows on the other Job of teaching them the A. H. C'a of tie discoveries, doubtless civilization neys acted Irregularly. procured at Doan's Kidney Pills, side would objectexcept the olfice honesty and decency. In time they will go on when coal and other heat Store and the back Storraca' may even leam to respect themselves. giving substances arc exhausted, as ache and Drui slcns of kidney troii holders. other substitute will almost Inevitably be bio disappeared. I have bad no re found." turn of tho trouble." Don't Prico 60c, at all dnilers. simply ask for a kldnny remedy est Laws Doan's Kidney Pills the samo that Co., Mr. Carrier had. Tliat's a biff saving but that isn't nil. You save when yon buy Calumet and you ura when you use it tth. IJWUIJJ.IIJLUJIIfJWIlMlll'ILM IjLWUiJH Haselden Bros Garage. not interested In any car except Ford whole-aoraenea- b- -U -- ASK US ABOUT CLUBBING OFFERS OF Courier Journal FOR 1921. SUBSCRIBE THROUGH US. McRobertsDrugStore Erosion Damages Kentucky Soils. on nro excellent to spread upon such places since tho sweet clover may in INSTANTLY State Auto Are Drastic. There is an paper-backe- d innocent-looking You'll have to come a jumpln If you want this little 33i ACRE P. FARM book containing about 32 pagen which, on account of Its Five miles from Lancaster, rich land, house and 30 acres in Brass, orchard. Only $130.00 down or will trade for other property. Terms reasonable. Get busy. 0. Dox J. W. BEASLEY 172. LANCASTER. KY. THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Capital $50,000. A. It. DENNY, President. S. C. DENNY, Cashier Surplus $50,000. J. E. STORMES, C. M. THOMPSON. Aist Cashier VIce-PresL Uook-kccpcr. Book-Keepe- Honor Roll Bonk PAUL ELLIOTT, Individual unprcntentlous appearance, wouldnt ordinarily receive more than half of a look, but that name book has got teeth sufficiently long to pierce the toughest hide of ony automobile operator who happens, through Ig norance or otherwise, to violate the rules and regulations therein. This little book is culled ".Motor Vehicles Laws of the State of Kentucky." The laws referred to in this littlo book were unacted by tho session of 1920. Hero are n few don't which will spell trouble for you if you do: No person acting for himself or another shall olTcr for salu or trade any automobile without then and there having in his actual physical possession the clerk's receipt for this registration fee fur the currant year. Penalty not less than $100 for each offense. Wherever there Is n barren hillside on any farm In Kentucky tho operator of that farm should sow some grass seed this spring In order to secure n stand of vegetation that will stop the erosion which results from heavy rains nnd which causes great losses in valuable plant food elements each year to the farmers of the state, is tho statement of It. E. Stephcrson, of the Soils and Crops Department of the State College of Agriculture. HITS.. Uuttslo. N. Y. If gullies have already started these should be checked with stones, the town the straw A fellow drifted into ir other refuse and then a other day, looked mysterious, acted Kr mixture thrown over them. suspiciously, winked n time or two, Sweet plants with the seeds and faded Into n dark corner No wc didn't Join the rush. Foater-Mllbura dur this way not only get a start but furnish excellent pasturage, according to Mr. Stephenson. In speaking of erosion the Soil and Crops spccalist said, "It has taken natural processes million of years to cover tho earth with a layer of soil, the richest part of which Is on the surface. However, by poor farming methods, leaving land without a growing crop and the cultivation of steep hillsides, a single flood of rains in n few hours may carry away a layer of fertile soil that cannot be replaced In yean. It Is plain then that an ounco of prevention Is worth several pounds of euro in eliminating the possibility of erosion on Kentucky farms." Who Won The War? Smith And His Brothers. (Columbia Ilecord.) r Wo now know who it was who won the war. It was Smith und his (!) I 8 HUGH MOIILEY, General r. WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. G. D. Swlnebroad, Alex It. Denny, J. II. Posey, J. E. Storm et, C. Denny, A. T. Sander, Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors. W. 0. RIGNEY. Funeral Lancaster, Director and Embalmer. Residence Phone 33. OfflcefPhoat 18.; Kentucky. The same requirements are made to tho buyer us for the seller of automobiles, and the same penalty attaches ns to tho seller. Again; No owner shall knowingly operuto or permit to be operated on n public highway an automobile upon which the brakes are defective or out of order. The same penalty as above. Agutn: Who Shall Not Operate; No person under 10 years of age shall operato an nutomobllo upon a public hlghwuy unless accompanied by the owner or some person over 21 years of age authorized by tho owner, and such person or owner shall govern tho operator and tho movement of the uutomobllc, and the operator shall bo governed by such pcraon or owner, provided that no person less than It years shall oper ato an uutomobllo on a public high way at any time or under and con dition, samo penalty at above. Same penalty ai above. from brothers. The latest record the War Department show that there were 54,189 Smiths In tho service nnd that the department udds that all the Smiths who fought under the banner of the army, navy and mil rinc corps would muke fifteen rcgi' menU of u strength of 3,000 each When we count in tho strength of the Smiths wc can intimate, quite precisely, who turned the scale against the Germans. When ono examined tho war rec ords nnd finds that there were 111 of "Willie Smiths," and that them were married to "Mary Smith," Is it any wonder that they undertook to sympathize with "Jlnry," m case of "Willto" meeting with accident or damage on the bnttletleld, or sending CI her part of "Willie'" pay? Still, thcro is little complaint from tho Smiths. They laugh at their names, wink tho other eye and go on lighting, cutting wheat, or sawing wood ns the case may be, with tho utmost good humor. paid tributes to tho Wo have Pershings, the Fighting Hob Evanses, the George Dewes and tho Alvin York. Even the army inulo has been placed on u pedestal. Now It is tho turn of tho Smiths. They wero "over there," and thank tho III: good Lcrd, a great number of them "came buck," with tho pelts of tho f e hanging on their saddle horns. Notice OUR TERMS ARE STRICTLY I I 1 li CASH OR PRODUCE Please do not ask us to make any tickets or phone us to send any thing out of the store, unless you send the money. We would like to accomodate you, but we can not send goods to one person without sending It to others, and this would cause us to drift back Into the credit business. We will hold our clerks responsible so do not ask them to break our rules. I 1 0 I I I Becker & Ballard PHONE 27. BRYANTSVILLE, Respectfully, KENTUCKY. i The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday Jan 27, 1921 1F1E 3QG E 3E x fi 1921 you the best AND YOU Our plan for 1921 is to procure for HARDWARE on the market and to sell It to you at the best rich imbeciles, nn some of our American Legion Newt Kuropcnn friends npncnr to, In the year past the American believe. I.eirion doubled In membership and Great armaments were first added .1,117 post, according to Nn-- , created in Kurope. tlonal Headquarter. All records for Let disarmament boirln at growth, however, were broken by tho the name place, and America Women i Auxllnry, which started the with 5,000 members and will Kindly dismantle the mall year finished with an enrollment of 200, ed fiat at the same rate o 000 and a total of l.nuS units. All speed. state departments registered subIn the meantime European stantial Rains and new posts were statesmen would do well to formed In the following countries: Chile, Republic, bear in mind the fact that ArgentineGuatemala, Hclgium, Poland, Japan, China, surviiiK as an intcruatioua Samoa, Santa Domingo and Peru. Kont docs not appeal to the Checks received by the national average American treasurer of the American lesion 1U- -0 cjMISSHOLLADAY'SCANDIESti ui pi We are Anxious to Fill .i v, r f Ui all Orders Promptly and X will do so if our Customers 3 2 Will Phone Their O H in Wants pi Early. Our first delivery goes out at 7:30 a. m. Try to get In on this one H amount Is enough to care for sixty-tw- o Ui PI Everyone has an idea o orphans for tho period of one Early orders mean Jearly deliveries. in some kind or other which he year. The greater part of tho adpossible price. simnly can't lose that is, he options were made by Legion post Give us your We want to X has a mind capable of formu in many parts of the country but a Does it pay to read advertisements number of individuals contributed, please you. luting one. O It. C. Com, a Lieut. Colonel see Try us and It is usually a fixed idea, am Cleveland member of the American it comes to him in his business Legion, has suggested the use of Ui to hours, in his moments of relax toxic gas grenades as n police weapon H ation, in his dreams, and some in Cleveland's fight against h.initry and crime. Circular letters urging Pi times it will' intrude itself in nil of the 7,000 Legion members In SO to the Sunday worship. the county to Join the police auxiliary AND Even the most sublime have lecn ternied from headquarters flights of oratory from the lips following Ike acceptance by .Mayor the minister can't keep that W. S. I'itsgcrnld of the Legion's 3E DE IE offer of assistance. idea in subjection. I thought I had a rather unusual THE YEAR OF 1920 WITH ALL ITS OPPOR-TUNIT1E- S Why? name, MM r. w . iiaibraitn, jr. number of hands through Th'e is National Commander of the Ameri Hccnusc the human mind IS GONE. $1.50 Yssr. which the food must pas, will, always groping in search of an can Lesion "until I received n letter Issued Weeklj. we believe, solve this difficult PsjrsbU Id Adrancs. THE YEAR OF 1921 WITH ALL ITS OPPOR-TUNITIE- S improvement from another F. W. Cnlbraith, Jr., n problem. No reasonable per opportunity for !i of J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. The hen could deposit her member LegionMerrtstewn Pot No. As IS BEFORE US. son could object to :i price that Atlanta, (In." R. L .ELKIN, Local Editor and Mgr. egg on the ground if she of tho is known,atthe two Legionnaires far as is regulated solely by the law IF YOU NEGLECTED TO SAVE A PART would. Rut she doesn't. She are net related. Entered at the Post OiTico in Lan- of supply and demand. Through the efforts of the Amcri must have a better place, and OF YOUR EARNINGS IN 1920 RESOLVE NOW Mall caster, Ky., as Second-Clas- s If you accomplish this onj; If Matter. man does not provide her can Legion, united oiwinrsh nr TO SAVE A PART OF YOUR EARNINGS IN 1921. reform only during your four Veterans, (irand Army of the Re with a nest she goes out and public am) years of office the American citizens of Hoqulnm, Lancaster, Ky., January 27, 1921 DEPOSIT YOUR SAVINGS WITH American people will be thrice blessed makes one for herself. Ofton Wash, a large three-storshe doesn't like the nest that Veterans' HulMlnir, a memorial to you were elected tlwir Member Kentucky Press Association that man providos for her. Then fighting men of all warn. 1ms Just president she hunts until she finds one been compJetoti in that city. The I f Fortirn Adtrftiftf HrvttmUtir9 Go, twlhttng include a large lodge and I .T1IF, AMEWCAS IKES3 ASSOCIATION to her liking. A Will mm, library, ladles rest room, It is her dominant idea, and lounge rM and space on the ground Rates For Political Announcements. LANCASTKR, KY. The ship building program she can't lose it. floor for n bank. For Precinct and City Offices.. 15.00 of the United States is worryMan is the same. In arcerdancc with the national 10.00 For County Offices ing foreign governments, and He may have myriads of era oi goei! feeling between inc For State and District Offices. .15.00 and Organise! I.etrien .10 Japan especially is "seeing ideas tlittering in and out of American For CalU, per line Labor, the Ctntral Trade and Labor .10 things." For Cards, per lino his brain, but there is always llensiey, ,port if ciuntv agent II For all publications in tho inter-eThey have been so accus- one which overshadows all Union of Kast St. Louis, III., one of ,u1 c" w,,1 ,h ('- the strongest labor bodies in the of individuals or expresPERFECT ASSOCIATION. tomed to seeing us reduced to others. and the farmers j lege of Agriculture country. Has posset! a resolution plac sion of individual views, per , !n perfecting the plan A eonsiitu- .n ..i..t Somctimos fortune is kind to ing the organisation on record as be.10 a state of defenselessness that line have been up nml they cannot conceive of the him and he is able to realize ing entirely In harmony with Legion's farmer were enrolled as charter Uon and Obituaries, per lino .05 possibility of our becoming a on his idea to capitalize it to national olieis and recommending members of the Carlisle County plans made to increase the membership as ruptttly as piblo. nation capable of kicking the the benefit of himself and that nil its members, who are eligible. Strawberry and Sweet Potato Assoc- Political petatHS Wave alwayx been (filiate with the Legion The Cen lation at a recent meeting of more pants of any country that may mankind. Council of Oklnhema vot- than 100 farmers of that section of an lniprttMit crop in the fount)', tral Trndos UmUtg shitted to attack s Capitalizing ideas has made ed to with the Legion In the state which una held for the pur- more than 20 tm riofU Rev. Ed Hubbard n candidate for the,SC(Lfit for sheriff of Garrard I The wealth of the Unitod America a great country, ami meeting the problem ef unemploy pose ef finding a suitable substitute out each year Wut Mrawbsrry grownomination county, subject to the action of the (States and our facilities for in- - its inhabitants n people noted ment. Preference In employment for tobacco nil a farm crew. The ing has just boon started, aeeorsiing I Republican party. for union men who are veterans will new association will further the a .Mr. I!ewley. creasing it dazzles the paupers throughout the world for their be given by the secretaries of various growth and marketing of sweet J of Europe, and it is with grave Z progressiveness. affiliated unions by direction of the and straw berries. To i concern they view us that Ideas have done much for Council. Organisation of the assotintian. Solesman ami Collector. Apply to On March 1th, Mr. Harding, erecting a Chinese wall around our own town, and for its peoThanks to members of the Ameri which will have its shipping station Singer Sewing Machine Co. Phone Vegas, at Arlington, was modelled after the 72, Danville. Ky. borders in the shape of a ple, and for our countryside. can Logion post nt Host you will be inaugurated presi-'ou- r Ml-l- t. N. M. for their efforts to aid the sick dent of the United States.) powerful navy. Perhaps some of those ideas wounded You will then become the Just now they are laying were developed in your own and letter to veterans were voiced in the American Legion a world's foremost citizen, and 'great stress upon the impor-th- c fertile brain, and were passed Weekly from disabled men power at your command tance of universal disarma- - on to others, and improved, of Vnlmorn Industrial Sanatorium, will be unlimited, far greater ment, but they are a unit in and put into execution for our Valmera, N. M. Legionnaires in New Orleans, La. than that of any other civiliz- wanting "George" to lend the common good. have something to say in maintaining ed ruler on this earth. procession. The "George" in Everywhere we look, every- law and order in that city. The new We believe that you have this instance is the United thing we soc, is the result of superintendent of police, judge of the welfare of all of our peo- States, someone's idoa, for developing the First City Criminal Court, three ple at heart, and that it is your If all countries would dis- ideas has made this town what assistant district attorneys and three assistant city attorneys arc members earnest desire to do that which arm and stop fighting it would it is. loenl posts not reached tho of Recognizing of the legion. n live world, but But we have be a Godsend to the is best for them. the value of In this belief we beseech certainly this country is not limit in fact, we have only American Lvgion post to a comyou, Mr. Harding, to use your going to be placed in a position (scratched the surface. munity, the civic authorities of Every normal brain in our Dubois, Pa. have not only aided the great influence and power in of "everybody's goat" by dis-- J by an eirort to devise a more arming while other nations ro- - midst contains some idea that local post also speaking n goodforword the have arranged far it but satisfactory means of market- tain their fighting equipment, would be of benefit to the corn-A- ll municipality to pay four-llflh- s of the Europe knows full well munity if it wore only given rent on the post's club rooms. ing farm products. A true American Legion romance The horde of middlemen that it has nothing to fear from the light of publicity, culminated in the morricge of Roy K. What is yours? and speculators who are fat- an attack by this country. lf tening upon the life blood of we ever ngni again it win ue rossiuiy u nas uccn rcvoiv-becau- Patrick and .Miss Kstello Agans, both charter members of the Frederick some other nation ling around your hat for years Phillips Post, of Council drove, Kas. a hundred million people will your efforts in this placos us in a position whore waiting for an opportunity to To be sure that the ceremony was oppose break out, and expand, and sufficiently Legionnaire, tho services direction. They do not want no course is open to us. somothing worth of ii minUtcr, also a charter member But the increasing power produce a more direct route from proof the post were obtained. ducer to ultimate consumer, and importance of the Ameri- while. More thnn two thousand compenWhy cage it up longer? because it would curtail their can republic is disconcerting sation claims of former service men ill gotten gains. to the bankrupt governments This is your home. Our were taken up by the Service Section Hut we believe the welfare across the seas, and their ap- people nro your people, and of the Massachuscttes Department of of the great mass of the people peals for disarmament bear you are ours, and that whfch the Ainerlcun Legion during the last year. The same section expedited is dearor to your heart than is the earmarks of a thinly veil-c- d benefits one will benefit all. Others the settlement by the government of attempt to reduce us to a men who are nulliMake it public. that of the 1,500 cases within the Federal Hoard fying the law of supply and state where they can rob and may be able to add a finishing for Vocational IMucation and 1,400 plunder us at will to say noth touch here, and another there, claims with the Rureau of War Risk demand. If you ever expect to need anything" in We believe that it is within ing of the ten billions of dol until it is dressed up into a Insurance. Other vetcrns' affairs our line, don't miss this opportnnity and get your power to place a law up lars some of them owe us and monument of community en handled were allotments, and allowances, Liberty bonds, retainer and terprise and progressiveness. travel pay, lost discharges, baggage on the statute books of our which they do not pny. some of our big bargains. country that will give the farGive timu and nourishment, and clothing and state bonuscn. We are a peace loving peoto be the tiniest of roots will grow Free notary service wns also providmer a fair price for his pro- ple, with a sincere desire ed for 0,000 former service men, reducts, and yet adord the con- fair and just in our dealings into giant trees. It may be so with that idea gardless of Legion membership. sumer an opportunity to buy with all of the nations of the Following close upon the heels of you are secreting In your them without paying extor-tionat- o earth. the Indiana Department, tho Iowa prices. We will never fight except brain. Legionnaires have started a basket Let it out. Others arc wait ball leaguo In which ninety teams The elimination by federal in self defense, or to resent un ing to hear it, and we are composed of men aro playlaw of all speculation in food- forgivable affront. ing for tho state championship. stuffs, and the reduction of the But we are not u nation of waiting to give it publicity. What's Your Idea? to provide for the adoption of French C5 war orphans now total 14,080. This u CONN BEOS. 3E1E E1E z Currey & Gulley. "LIVE LET LIVE FOLKS." wSaiQ'iMVDSiAVavnOHSSIWifl Central Record Hunting For Goat. The Garrard Bank & Trust Farmers Of Carlisle I7'1""" i'" st "I1" s ;' " . ... ...... 1) Anouncement Sht Senator Harding Wanted. OUR BIG Reduction se SALE is still on with liberal dis- counts on every article in our store. HASELDEN BROS. The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, Jan 27, 92 I 1 The Lancaster Building & Loan ASSOCIATION. Take Mortago Lonn from It Mrs. A. II. Mllby of Springfield' Ohio has been visiting friends and Jcmc rclitivct here. Mrs. J. R. Mount attended tho funeral of her friend, Mm. Shnw, in Frankfort Snturdny, Lancaster School Notes that examination nre over everyone i engerly looking forward to the outcome. The teacher are very busy looking over the examinn tlon papers, every teacher having nearly enc hundred twenty-fiv- e to grade. The school has began the second Now pa-ie- Incorporated. you making Ilcoslc "I book to sit It I awfully "Ilejslo Marie, whnt arc nil that noise for?" nm trying to get my ngnlnst your back nnd Classified Column RATES i particular where it sit. member on weekly or monthly Installment. Own n homo paid for out of rent money by lie Ingnn investor In the Ijincnslcr Building and Loan Association. If not a borrower nml want n saving account Invest your weekly or monthly savings. Your saving will oon bo large enough Mr. Joe Frnnci left Tursdny fo (to the class) "In what language wn tho Illble writMiss ItebltHHin Colorndo Springs, Colo., where she will spend several weeks with he ister. Miiues Allic nnd Mnry Arnold Dr. Chnrllo Zimmcr wns the guest Inst Sundny of Mr. nnd Mrs. (Srecn Clay Walker. Dr. Zlmmcr now en Joys one of tho most lucrntivo prnc tices of dentistry in tho city of wx ten?" "Hebrew." rinii,i.. tii... Koblnson." Mhw Itebfnsen "Yes, Ulcc." . Clase ,.i .iu: fi Claude in le n word less than 20c In this column. No ads In thl No ad taken Single Insertion for to draw intercut. J K. ItOHINSO.V, President -- Wm. 8. HOPPER, Sce't. Tres. Claude Klce American." ".Mine's written column chnrged. Seven insertions for the price of five. Phone orders must bo paid promptly. JOOOtKXKKK30CiCKW3:g3X)C)OrM DO YOU WANT A NICE HOME with larfjc Yard, Garden and Lots, with Wa- tcr, Bath, etc. See J. W. Elmore about the S. W. Moss place on Danville St. Will sell at a reason- able price as I cannot move to this place as I expected. CLARENCE GREEN, Paint Lick, Ky. e K j p p L rz mr. Lxossip About J People Oolnjt byTboit vs i Mr. I.. X. Miller wa railed to Richmond Tuesday by thi' illness of her mother, Mrs. I T. Wilson. B; 1'iano A ilHtl Mention Vt'l el lh Coming, and Art Inltrtiltd In. J There will be n rwltnl by the Uaftartmimt at the ekJ udttarlum Haturtky afternesn, at Ilolbert Lumber IulniWu thai i .30 Mr I). C. Sandera nml ItartlM are attending the In Mr. PaiMt A I Ijfk Sebastian thin week. vistUng at l)nlra Awclnt)nn w eek. Mm. A. S. Mr. ami A. I'rfce iiUowM ik In Mis Jennie Htgsitn in Danville Saturday. mm a vMtar been C. Rlgaby, A solid Geometry clns ha bwen Route No. 4. erjrnnised for the remaining term, Mr. hM lajbes ho rotMraad from having two ctnoses a week. It is Mr. and Mr. W. K. Davis and son a fww 4m$ stay hi LeohsviftW. composed of most of the member Newton were in Nicholnsvitlc Satur FARM WANTED : Would liko to of the Senior class. day. Dr. Jack Casey baa baa in Dan- rent 160 or 200 aeres farm on shares. Services were held in the new Have four steady boys and do our Ilev. Hudson vkritod the school last liMiWflw vljc iioi)ty Tuosday morning during chapel ex- Methodist church Sunday morning at own work. See or write J. A. Conn, 11 o'clock. Mr. aiwi Mrs. Storey II arrest spent orcises. Jr., llox 77, Lancaster, Ky. ' Mh ll" Murphy. SuMinr Miss Madge Isaac spent the week Miss Sylor has new organised a Mncsewing club and all the school girls end with her aunt, Mrs. Owen la spsniHng a Mr. J. For sale or exchange for well imken tie at Danville. have been very Itusy collecting all CtoetlUMSU o buatsos. few dap proved farm: A house on Maplo William, of Lancas Mia Helen the essuntial for this work. Danville, In 10 rooms, ter spent Saturday with little Miss Avenue lights, water, gas, barn nnd Mr. Theodore Carrey ami Mr. Uen furnace, Prof. Ileyd ha been teaching the Patsy Carrel Mnrseo. HebsMON spent Friday In Lexington. other outbuildings and large lot. Froshmen Ijitln Class since the be Mr. ami Mrs. Herbert Taylor, of Georgia Anderson, Danville, Ky. ginning of the second terra. We nre Mr. Homer Murphy spent kit NiehobMville, were Sunday gueot of 303 Maple Avenue. sure we will like our new teacher and wwk m Cimrimsuti, visiting rotative. 7" although we hate very much to give Mr. and Mr. W. K. Davht. Pure Standing Hurley Tobacco Mr. and Mr. Calvin Hullet and up our former teacher, Mkw Sextan. Mra. J. K. HeMmon ami Ms Joan We huve done fine work under her children spent Sunday with Mr. and Seed far sale $2.00 per ounce. I the in Danville Meunt ware nm giving away n bushel of seed corn during the year l'.)20 and gained a Mrs. Kdil Hullet nt Mnreellus. week. Mr. N. T. Grow spent .Monday to the customer that buys four ounces great deal of Latin knowledge. .Mr. It. T. Uwa am! Mk Otady. Tuesday in Lexington for the of seed. This corn shells 70 cars to Itubert Hntsen Davidson was the and beast reeant visitors in the bushel. 11. F. Kcllcy, Lancaster, PrM4e sales of his tobacco. winner if the 13.00, otTcred far first Ky., R. F. D. No. 1. Box 17a. DanvCV. week Miss Allenc Curtis spent the prize in the contest for subscripMrs. J. t). Baker ta now with hor tion. He got 2l in the two weeks. end with hor parents, Mr. nd Mrs. Louis llotehlen get second in n elesc Floyd Curtis. ikuKMor. Mr. Presto Sy4er until spring. Let us book your order for Clover race with 27. In Fayette and Franklin Counties, nd Timothy seed of the highest will give her mid Nolnnd Mrs. Mr. George H. Kehlnson ami Mr. Indianin at greatly reduced prices. qucllty. Hudson & Famau. year recital haturrfay attorneen at Jak limit b be resent visitor Mrs. Chas. Clubb, of Nicholasvillc One 277 acre, close to school and In DnnviMa. on good road. Extra good was the guest the past week of Mes- - market Mrs. Hon Weed left TtuvMtajr far a (tames W. K. Davis nnd C. M. Dean improvements. 75 acres fine creek Crin, And Groans. bottom, balance upland nnd wood, visit to r4UviM and frlomss in Rich-meMr. and Mr. Jamoa Pane, of Sam and Ituth wore studying Geo at $S0 per acre If sold at once, $5000 ami Iteron. metry together when Miss Itobinsen Camp Nelson were the guests Sun- cash balance to suit. happened to glance over their shoul- day of Mr. and Mr. Martin Ilrogll. Berniee Mr. U'Ut Champ. Mb I have a large list that I will mail der and this win what she heard: Mr. ami Mrs. S. N. Morford, of on application. W. II. Murray, Champ ami Mis IIniuI Chomp were Sam "I can revc that you love Nichobtevillo, wore the guosta of Mr. week. Ih Dun villa Cennersvillc, Indiana, R. R. No. 0. me. ami Mrs. Martin llrogli nt dinner (Jeerge Robinson and Mr. Mr. lit. th "Haw?" Monday. W. II. Burton have been reeent shep-pe- n Sam "I have you, therefore I .Mr. Kntherine Anion, of Lancas m Danville. Sweet Clover nm a lover. All the worki love n ter has returned heme after two You are all the world to me, lover. Wmded bu.b)M Mhwiannry meetweek' stay with Mr. and Mrs. N. uunviHe .Mossenger, Mis Iro Lee Smith I In CWminti therefore you love me." T. Grew. the ing of the I'riMbytonan Church- .thl week buying millinery The following announcement has Sow sweet clover, cheaper and 11 rm I jive rue I). of I'raseu uhiI Smith. Mr. and Mr. Frank Welman, of "I'd like to try on The many friends of Mrs. liar- - beun reeeiN'ml by Lnncmster friends better than red clover. Buy direct there," over Lexington wore the guests of Mr. that Mr. nml Mr. Hen Weixl viitiil riett Walker Wliite are glad to knew ami rtdnUve : .Miss Rolln "I'm sorry, dear, but nnd Mr. John W. Ilryant Sunday from grower, special scarified ccd; Mrs. A. S. l'riee Mr. U'oed'f mather. Mr. Darn that she ha recovered from her for prompt germination. Price and afternoon. illnsas. Mrs. White U spending nnnuuncea tlie nmrriage of her that is the lampshade. 'hlur, nenr l)anvitl Sumiay. circular free. Also price on dctughter Mr. Colwnr C. Dawos left Friday the winter with hor neice. Miss Km- 'I sent you n kiss over the tule- honey. John A. Shcchnn, nrtie McClure MIm Cardie Hamilton, of Missouri. Dety, on Maple avenue, phone," Mild S. I), when he met for Paris, where he has accepted a R. F. D. No. i. to Falmouth, Ky. lias boon Uw guimt af hur mether, ' position in the First National Hank Dunn T,w Society of the Saturday,Mr. Gus 1. twenty second Kntherine. I hope you understood as paying toller. Mr. Ike Hamilton, on Maple avenue. January It" llaptist church met with Miss Itebec-Mr-s. Manfcrd, Kentucky, Miss Stelki Mae Grow wn the at"Ob, yns," she answered. I un- Lula JehnMR, Mr. aad Mrs. ra WilliaiM Wodnewlay nfterneon nt guest of Mr. nnd Icrstood. all right enough. Uut to tractive weuk-en- d eoasosae9e9dc, spout her home on Haseldeti Height. ilradley llourne, of Versailles, c Peachle me n kiss over the telephone Is like Mr. Lee Grow and Mrs. week-enAo Mud. As friends ter the program n social hour was with For Grow, of llourne. straw luit" enjoyed. nnd relative. The ntAti had just Informed tho Mr. and Mr. II. II. Halcomb, Mis "A straw hat?" S. D. echoed, Pullman agent that he wanted a 'How?" Mary Uolle Huleomb and Mr. Louis l'ulliiinii berth. 'Why, Kutheriife cooly answered. W. Ilronddus wore Sunduy guest of "Upper or lower?" nikod the "It Isn't felt." friends and relatives nt llurgin. agent. Mies Margaret Dean, who is at s Stella Herrun "What was the ex asked "What's the dlirenwcer tending school in Nicholasvillc, spent , citement down the street?" (!) the man. YOU OWE WE NEED u witn ner parent. .Mr. Arthur "Oh, Henry in a reverie me weeK-cn"A dillcrcitrc of 60 ocnU in thl and Mr. C. M. Dean at Camp Dirk iii cnie," replied the agent. "Thu low- - ran Into Martha Wurd in a tantum." Stella "Wore the machine badly Hobinton. cr is higher than the upper. The Mr. and Mr. John Houer and lit higher price is for the lower. If you damaged?" (!) tle daughter, .Mr. and Mrs. Kin Men want It lower, you'll havu to go SETTLEMENT AN Sam Klllott wn standing In front III higher. We soli the upper lower f tho warehouse a n farmer drove of Nicholasvillc, .vcre the guests Sunday afternoon of Mr. nnd Mr. K , than the lower. In other words, the up. and all kinds of C. C. llecker. J higher the lower. Most people don't Fannci: "Are you a stock-holdIII Messrs. W. J. Uroaddus, II. II. ,, like the upper, although it Is lower thl warehouse?" BE Halcomb, II. G. King, fO on account of being higher. Lou Is W. When lJ t you occupy an upper you have to Sam "Ye. Sir!" hold my team Uroaddus, Jeff Huleomb and Arch SEE OR PHONE Farmer Well just Uroaddus were in Lexington Friday get up to go to bed nnd get down few minute." 1:1 (!) when you get up. You can huve the for the tobacco sale . I f ..Mil t . M 1, nt, li 1. 1. V 1tA . . n a v Paul Morrow "A T. Scott and Mr. and Mr. O. M, Morelund and P, B ! I lower than the lower because it Is Son havo commissioned me to col- - ton, James Ilourbon, spent a few days this week as tho guest of Mr. lect their candy account." juu uru wining 10 Lancaster, Ky, '.. I K"-- ' higher, it will bo lower." S. I). Then I congratulate you on nnd Mr. Herman Robinson, of Lex- Quick Service and GimnI Work ington on the Paris pike. Hut tho poor man had fainted. getting a permanent job!" Mia Mary Mae Walkor ha vMUng im Imnvttle, ' 1mh w4dle lrM,S4nfnl i'rke SUir V. Mr. The school ha begun tho second now fretting accustomed to the Mr. Womla Wnlkr, of thht county, change) In the schedule ami tho new Mrs. Graee Wilmot, of New York, spending n week ns tho guoit n arrangement of classes. i will give an illustrated lecture on the Mr .Fnul Itniney, the nolwl Hasteni Under the new schedule the Senior subject of "Interior Decoration" nt millionaire ami sportsman, on hi cImw having all elassox in the morn Homan's Opera House on Feb. 1st., lfi.000 acre hunting prwervo nt ing, has been permitted by Mr, Ileyd at 3 o'clock. The lecture will be Cotton Iinnt, Mississippi. to remain awny from seheol every free ami, as the subject Is one of general interest, It is hoped that nil The many friends of Mkw Jnno afternoon except tho laboratory periott which come on Tuesday and the women af Ineastor will attend Walker are gwd to knew she ha a re and take advantage of the opportuncoverail Milllciently from n allgh Thursday. Tills hi highly osteemed by them and they hope to show their ity of hearing thi gifted artist. She surgical operation at the DnnvO! cornea under the auspice of the Hospital, to be removed to her Iteme appreciation. Womnn' Club. on the Itirhmend read. The drive far the subscriptions for the "Country Gentleman" eamo to The Woman's Club met Thursday Mian Km ma Hays, Stanford' week. The afternoon at their room on Lexing Monday Mr, Tom an end last l'lMtmnstcr, school fell short of the minimum ton avenue. Tho house was called rhillliM and Mr. II. J. Mcllobert. o number of subseriptien, which were to order by the Mr. Stanford, werr in Ianfnstr far 2S0, getting only 170. As w fell W. M. Klliott. Mr. Harry Hudson few hours hist Monday. They were below our quota we will net get the had charge of the mooting anil her inspecting our local postatTke nnd moving picture machine, subject wn "Paul and Hbi Letters." getting some pointer, which will aid premium, a but as we get credit with ene-ha- lf She wn assisted by Mrs. C. D thorn in the new etfica at Stanford subscription moniy we expect to St rot her. The program the past which k new Iteing installed by the a cheaper machine. The Mera. Tom and Frank FMINps e pnrehase offered at the start of the week was given by Mr. K. C. Gnlnos prises and her subject was tho "Study of that city. drive will net be given, but the three Acts." There were about twenty Word hM been received of the following prize will be given : n book two members present. death of Dr. II. II. Rrnnt, of Louis to the room getting the greatest ville, which eccured at the Norton number of subscription, three dolInOrinnry Monday aftemeen ns the lar to the pupil timing the most reault of n stroke of apoidexy he subscription and n silver cvorsharp Mrs. AI H. Swepe hi slowly im He mar ieneil to the second. sulTcrcd Friday aftornaen. proving. ri I Mis I .el in Owsley, who Is well Social News Column. Mr. ami Mr. J. Hogan Ilallnni remembered here ns n frequent vtsl Itev. Hudson taught some of tho spent Thursday in Lexington. tor to Mr. K. - Owsley. Her many Mr. nnd Mr. C. M. Dean and chil Ijincastter friend extend much aym High Seheol chmses during Mr. dren spent Friday in Nieholftsvillc. Ileyd' absence Monday. tmthy in her Brant bereavement. ington. Woman's Club Notes FOIt SALB or UKNT: Nov lx room Ilungnlow on Haseldcn Heights W. II. Mom, Jr. We are selling everythlnc at cost. J. R. Mount and Co. WANTED -- About ,100 corn at once. barrel of Lancaster Flour Mill. moving nnd all Leng distance, kind of job work. Call Jack Collin Phone 2157. seed A few Dlue Grow FOIt SALB nt $2.00 per bushel. Phono 382-J- . W. M. Cornctt. FOUND: On the streets Sunday morning an overcoat. Owner can have same by proving nnd paying for pd. thi notice. J. T. Ualncy. room, with BRYANTSVILLE furnished heat nml bath. Phone SSI or apply at this office. FOK HBNT: Two lixhtu, FOIt SALB: Jersey milk cow and enlf fresh and good milker. Three and one-hal- f mile on Uuckcyo pike. John Prathcr. nice Ilourbon gobblers. fteo r!. he lt Walker entertained Mrs. Luther Menday evening with a most enjoy Mr. W. II. M fJIkU. Mr. W. It CmA ami Mfc aide enrl party in honor of Mr. nnd Ilie home was Sm Hhalby Man WMftt M LvxInk- - .Mr. J. K. Klmore. prettily decorated in ferns nnd pot Un tb putt week. ted plants. After the game a dettci Mr. Itabert Henry am) MIm Ilolen eu bulTet luncheen wn served KhMmmh, af LnxfKta, apent Um These present wore Mr. and Mrs week-cmwith Mrs. J. C. Italdnmin, itiee Weeds, Mr. ami Mrs. Itobcrt l nvenuo. Walkor, Mr. ami Mrs. Luther Oibbs Mr. John WWte and .Mr. Cabell Mm. Chenault ami Mrs. J. V. Klmaro aUemlMl th funeral of Mra. Arnold. Aaae Cratcher Cmmault Ih Ulch-maMis Mabel Parks ami Jamas II tmi mit weak. Smith were married in this city by Dr. W. I. Walkor. The bride I the Mr. JaaiiM Daiy ami brhio, who Mrs. Frank tmvu bean iruoata af MImhmi Jnne ami duuiihter of Mr. nnd Mary Dot-- , have returMl t their 1'arkt, of this county, but lias been making her heme in Cleveland, Ohio howiii in MHUtrabMrK. far several years Mr. Smith for Mra. F. II. Markabur', Mr. Jne merly lived in Garrard county, but Walkor. Mrs. John Gill Klnnnlrd. has lieen in tmsinee in Dayton, Ohio Maaoa Martha ami Helen dill war for several yoars. The couple loft far their home In Dayton immediate tialtara in I.oxinRten .Saturday. ly after the eeromeny. Danville lln.'H.Oden, Joo Messenger. Moaara. Itnymond J. Walkar. Will Walker nnd J. It. 0nn. arc attending the Hardware It h with more than ordinary pleasure thot we announce that Mr. Canvantlen in IuUville thht week. J. Fleece ltabinsoH and his charming 1 cm. Clay KnulTrmtn I at home wife will soon move tti Danvllle'to from Cavingtan far a fow week's llv Mr. KetrfmMM has been elected May. Mr. KaulTman has been to a very rosoenaildc oitin in the attorney far the I and N Pnrmor Itnk. Mr. Kobimvon, a a railroad. bey wns here at college and has been Uttk) Mkw Xada Heryl linker nnd such n frequent visitor to our little ihr hrothrm. Master Karl, W. C. city, that we feel that he is simply coming home to stay, instead of go ami J. I). Haker pnt the week-en- d e are most with their ettutin, Mtavs Cindy. Ing buck nnd forth. delighted to welcome tills estimable Udna and John I). Snyder. couple to Danville. We realite what Mra. P. I. Friable Im returned (.Ancaster M losing In tlioir coming to from n vialt to her eeusin, Mrs. Chnt. Danville and we are sorry for I.an Milner, in l.euU1lle. She also at caster but we are gind of our gain. Mrs. Woods 1 day MfUrmMn. PAN-A-CE-- FOIt SALB: Some Red turkey hens and Mr. S. krrpi Poultry healthy. Stanford, Ky. Stormes Drue Store U Fifty Farms For Sale. tr And Honey. I ht nt I Af-tli- d Clear Up-To-Da- te Plumbing, Heating, : ; WHAT US. Guttering-- t Roofing, : EARLY WILL Repairing, 9 GREATLY. APPRECIATED.: , ' Tin Work I i 1 SANDER'S VARIETY STORE lams The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Jan 27 92 1 1 . Old Reliable I 0 n B T 1BT ABOUT "KELLEY LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. BURLEY TOBACCO SEED 3 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 SEED." : 2 t EVERY PACKAGE SAFEGUARDED BY COYYRIGHTED TRADEMARK, AND NONE GENUINE UNLESS IN PACKAGE BEARING OUR COPYRIGHTED SIGNATURE. PRICE $2.00 PER OUNCE. $28.00 PER POUND ADDRESS ALL ORDERS TO B. Dollars And Titles. nnu-acatinjc L. KELLEY & SONS The greatest public service our state legislatures could "Topics Of The Day" perform at the present time (London Answers.) would be prompt enactment of such a law. Joe, you ought to buck up "Say, The law forbids private and show your wife who is running citizens the right to enrry a things ot your house." gun for self protection. Henpcck (sadly) Isn't necessary. It should furnish them the She knows. protection it denies them the (Saskatoon Telegram) privilege of providing for Husband Didn't I telegraph you themselves. not to bring your mother with you? Tit-Bits- .) ly executed or acquitted. Funny Sayings From When The Paper widow of An American wealth has followed the example of many others and has married a foreign time a Greek title- -- this jirincc. She is reaping the bitter experience of other by being royally snubbed in Athens while the prince is presumably enjoying the money with which .she purchased him. Wife That' what she wanU to Some day we will have a Keep Going! sec you about. law forbidding the incomes (London, England. from fliich fortune rom being Everybody expects 1921 to taken out of the lounlrv. other be a prosperous year, but that "Cheer up, old man. Why don't 111 an a bare sufficiency for a! is no reason why anyone you drown your sorrow?" "She's bigger than I am. and bepersons comfortable support,' should slacken his e (Torts. side, it would be be murder-- " When that time comes! That is the one thing that (Toronto (Canada) World.) foreign princelings and noble- -' should be avoided. You men will suddenly discover! The situation calls for enerShe( during the quarrel) that American heiretnes huve. getic and persevering produc- never deserved a wife like mcl the He Anil I never deserved ceased to be prizes in the ma tion on the part of all people, trimonial market. regardless of how great or rheumatism; but I cot It Just the Hut in the meantime self how humble their station in same. Women's Wear, New York.) American will con- life may be. OlTiccr Why nre you rushing tinue to be humiliated by readWo can not expect great ing of auch spoctaclea as the prosperity to come to us if we along with that bundte? "It's my wife's hat and I'm afraid one that has recently been en- leave the burden of producacted" in Athena. tion to a few, nor can we ex- the style will change." (The Crow'a Nest.) A woman who la not worth pect confidence to be mainmarrying for love ia not worth tained if idleness and shiftlesH-nes- s "So you are going to send your having, at any price, and no prevail where thrift and wife away to the country for a man over mar- energy are possible. rv.t?" ries a woman for her money. "Yes, I need it badly." We have reached the crest of our wave of depression (Meggendorfer Dtaeter, Munich) The alarming increase of which follows every great war "You hnvn't much on the menu. crime in the big cities in caus- and are descending safely on Still, it doens't matter. My wife is ing grave concern to the small- the other side. easily satisfied." er towns stnd rural communi-lieWhat wc want to do now is Walter If shcV your wife, she to keep going until we float in must be. Sooner or later many of to the harbor of commercial those burdened triminaU, gra- sanity and permanent prosper dually driven from the citioa, ity. will begirt t'j overrun the more Production, conservation and sparsely tattled section of the the square deal in business rminlr will get us there. It if. a condition to which we cannot look forward with any A new hoc l advertised as the It may joint product of mint it jnlmU but If you nre troubled with pains or fnrrron of eciuaiiimiiy. aches; feel tired; have headache, not mnturialize to any great not from the league of nation. indigestion, insomnia; painful pass-ag- o extent, but the danger w too It said that In a f.00 mile race a of urine, you will find relief in mfn Id he ii'iorad. Unbearable contiaions re- mart can walk u horse to death, If quire drnalic methods of cor- you don't believe It, try it. COLD MEDAL rection. for tho And still, It U possible A practical method of eli- meanest of cusses to be n man of minating thin form of crime good hublt provided they arc rid would bo to make robbery at uIC ones for women. Tht world's standard tstnady for kldnay, tho point of a gun. punishable It' comparltlvely easy to otfend livar, btaddar and utlc acU troubles and by death, with no alternative National KarnatW of Holland altwa 1644. of a fine or imprisonment, the a witty person. Just laugh at the Tbrae siias, all druceiitt. Ouarantaad. time when he tells his favorite Lack far Ota culprit lo remain in jail with- wrK bum CaU MaJal aa aaarr Wa. aa4 aaaae aa lHsrii out bail until he Is either legal Jrte. nclf-roancctin. It b Easy To Doesn't Come. the paper reads ain't put up right. He finds a lot of fault, he does, it all night. He says there ain't n single thine in it worth while to read. And that it doesn't print the kind of stun the people need. He towed It aside and says it's strictly on the bum Hut you ought to hear him holler when the paper doesn't come. My father he Imitate Names le !ys The public i conMantly beir(J swindled by imitation, counterfeits and ubtitutcs that in name and appearance Foley's Honey and lar Il is because the original Foley's so good.so reliable and ho well known that these frauds find sale. Com-poun1 If our Amerean milliuulres continue to spread so much time anil money in KuroMi they will aotin be poor enough U go back, to work again. jCARDS.j M. S. Alwajs Haa It In Ills Homo UrC.U A Fal.r II x" AU Miml aJ T. 1 roS trt ckllJirn ,! . ht. OT.rwrites- 'AVa ksfa la or aaa Itr A W about the weddin's and sport like all get out; He remit the social dotn's with a most derisive shout. He nayw they made the papers for the women folks alone. He'll re id about the parties and he'll fume and fret and groan; He say.t of information it doesn't contain a crumb Hut you ought to hear him holler when the paper doesn't come. He read aarouplufltic!iowa(p popi. v cLilJf too hub? ircnatfnaaj etptMr aJ nr.fft tiloUrIlcfxwp i II M alaMMi l k..ala tk.. le I iff HATFIELD DENTIST Plion at for . . Honey and Tar COMPOUND sooths the taw, inflamed surfaces; slop the rasping, stran(linj fccllr! In I' Ihtoal. 1 1 i. made ! the purest, frrth cat and finrsl ingredients to be bad, con taina no opiates or olber liatmlul drugi, and costs twi. as much lo mike ei any Imitat'xvt of It. Foley' s ovar Tlia Carrard Dank. Offica 5. Krstdrnca 37C. KENTUCKY. LANCASTER. OfTica IS PLEASANT TO TAKE, and J. J, Byrne Exclusive. Optometrist DANVILLE, - KENTUCKY. Opposite Gilchcr Hotel. lie' always first to grab Offica Hours 3 to 12 and 1 to 5 p.m. it and he reads it plumb clean through. He doesn't miss an item or a want STORMES DRUG STORE ad, that is true. KY. LANCASTKIt, He luys, "they don't know what we wunt, the tlurn newspaper guys DIRECTOR I'm going to take a day some time These are tho days when the aub-JcOnlr Over Nat.uisl Hank. of booze i given a tot of sober an' go nn' put'em wise; Itoaidenc Thorn X Vll'.cv Phone 27 Some times it seem as though they thought. I. A NT W FN. KY must be deaf, blind and dumb " when Friend nre like dallar Dut you ought to hear him holler hard-ea- t you need them moat they nre When tho paper donsn't come. to find. For more than thirty yea Foley's Honey and Tar has W useJ xtith satisfaction am: First Thought In Diugs jy J. ft. Beazlev ct DON'T DESPAIR Telephone Growth Amazing. The growth of the telephone since its invention only 10 years ngo, has been amuzing. Today there arc ap- I telephones proximately l'.'.uOO.OOO in use in the United States and the messages curried total over twenty-tw- o billions per year, or approximately 211 for each mun, woman and child In the nation. There lire nearly 30,000,000 miles of wire and this equipment cost the staggering total of two billions of dollars, about 700,000 Individuals being owners of the securities. Criticism Is always welcomo to the editor of this paper. We believe in making a virtue of necessity. Some women are never so happy VETERINARIAN. as when they fondly believe1 that they nre miserable. Calls Aniwarrd Promptly Day ar Night, i n. na 317. The attainment of success U easy. It only require knowledge, energy, LANCAS11.H, KENTUCKY. perseverance, good judgment ami un to aurmeunt all iron determination obstacles. Go uftcr it. Mr. Harding is still casting around for available cabinet timber, but we Fine Cut Flowers. regret our Inability to help him out. fiddle jobs never did These second John M. (VtcRoberls. look good to the distinguished citizens of this town. A Danville, HI. woman weighing N. L. PREWITT "10 pounds has been on an extended hunger strike in order to force Auctioneer her husband to attend her church. Hut hubby remains hllurou.i, and deSATISFACriON GUARANTEED. clares the eating is fine, now that he has it all to himself. Lancaster, Ky R. F. D. No. 3 Dr. Printus Walker Honaker The Central Record. Lancaster , Ky Thursday Jan 27, 92 1 1 1 Sell Your Tobacco OVER OUR FLOORS LATEST IMPROVED NORTHERN LIGHTS. SALES HELD DAILY. 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 AND GROWERS TOBACCO WAREHOUSE CO STAIN FORD STREET. W. A. SPEITH, Manager. Incorporated JAKE GHAW, Starter. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. JOE KELLEY Floor Manager. from Thursday until Sunday. CARTERSVILLE Mrs. Wm. Sutton has returned American Legion mnli in Lan caster Tuesday nifht, Feb. lit. home after a visit with Madison relMr. nnd Mrs. Jlobart Price were Mrs. Julia Weddle is ill at this writSrvrral of thin community n guests of relatives in Madison counMr. (I. N. Kay spent the day Wed atives. ing. sniftering with cold. ty from Friday until Sunday. neiiday with her sister, Mrs. N'nnnio Mr. William BcMley atter a visit Mrs. Susie Kenfro is on the sick Mr. Jnmcs Hick sold a mulr to Mr. and Mrs. I F. Brown nnd with relatives here, returned to Som- list. Clay Walker, price f'JOO. Miss Lorn llrown spent Monday with Mr. nml Mm. Jnmcs Thomas nre Mm. C. I). Powell entertained Miss erset Sunday. Mrs. F. M. Carter is confined to near Lancaster. Mrs. Robt. Mr. Sim Hay spent the Jay SUr-da- y visiting her parents, Mr, and Mm Vcrgelia Kay at supper Have you Thursday sack of Obelisk flour her room. Sim Clark. night. with Mr. James Footer. Mr. nnd Mrs. Billy Cotton and In your home today? Hudson and Mr. A. K. Carter was In Lancas- family and Miss Lora Brown spent Obelisk, the premium (lour. Try Farnau. ter Thursday on business. Saturday In Richmond with Mrs. Mrs. A. N. Merida nnd daughter, a tack today. Hudson and Farnau. Mr. Charlie Wren was in Puint West. Miss Fanine, were with Lancaster Mrs. C. It. Naylor was the guest Lick on business, Saturday. Mr. nnd Mrs. Banc TcatcT, Mr. friends Saturday. Thursday of her sister, Mrs. Odus Dr. Hess Stock Tonic increases and Mrs. Harvc Tcatcr and Mr. Carl Mr. Alfred Poyntcr ami children Nnylor. (low of milk. Stormes Drug Store. Teatcr, of Bohon, Ky were guests visited Mcsdamcs Lula D.iiley and Miss l.lilla Mae Kay was the guest Mr. Authcr Matlock visited his of Mrs. Permclla Bogie Thursday. Kdd Kurtr Thursday. hint week of her sister, Mrs. Buford Weddle Mrs. Julia Itev. Price of Louisville, delivered William Mr. ami Mrs. Walker Smith. Sunday three splendid sermons here Satur- spent Friday with Mr. and Mrs. Roy .Mr. Sam Clark and son, Samuel, l.itile I). O. Carter is able to be j day and Sunday. His subject Sun-- t Prnther of McCreary. al wcro tho guests Sunday of Mrs. Sim again after n light attack of d"' morning was "So Great Salva Mr, and Mrs. Mack Turner and cventy-lgh- t Chirk. ition." There wcro imeumonla. children were Sunday visitors of Mr. school. .Miss Agnes Kay has been the and Mrs. Noah Marsce. Kev. and Mrs. Mosscr visited Mr. present at Sunday The Grcnt Pnpcr of the Southland pluasant guest of her cousin, Miss Mrs. C. S. Hoop, Saturday night Mrs. Henry Tuttlc and sister, Miss and Lillian Murphy. Sunday Daysie Kunells were Tuesday visitors nnd WEAK, NERVOUS, Mr, and Mrs. John Clark and fam Misses Hullie, Stella and Grace of Mrs. William Walker. Tho Courier-Journis ably edited; it ia sane (r I ily itpent the day Sunday with Mr. t .!!. ...I t! " Mrs. James Walker, of McCreary. I - ' .. mid Mrs. Sim Clark. ALL RUN-DOW- N and dignified in its handling of uew.s; it is fearless, spent .several days the past week Cn,,l0,a "rcn ljUm,ay nrlnoon Or. Ilest Stock Tonic increases with Mr. and Mrs. Wm. yet fair, in itn editorial utterances; and it always 43 per cent cotton seed meal Is Wnlker. flow af milk. Stormes Drug Store. will be found the champion of clean government. Misses Mollie And Kthcl Barnes, Ilia cheapest and best feed for cattle. Mr, .nml Mrs. Hugh Simpson were Hudson and Farnau. Missouri Lady Suffered Lucy and Nollie Turner were visitors Uatil SW the guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Sunday of Miss Lou Anna Osborn. surpasses all its competiThe Courier-JournMm. A. K. Carter nnd son, Master Itobert .Simpson. Tried Cards. Sayi "Result tors in equipment for gutting the news of the day, Mrs. William Clark, Mrs. Ollie Cleo Holier!, Master John Wren, and Mr, and Mrs. Jessie Casey were because it has not only the Associated Press disGraham and baby visited Mesdames Marie Wren are recovering from an Was Surprising." Cot Alcag thu guests Sunday of their parents, C. It. Henry and Milton Ward Fri-- i attack of mumps. patches hut the full wire service of the New York Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Sparks. Fiae, Became Normal day, Times. In addition it maintains stair correspondMr, ninl Mrs. Ollie Lnne and two BUCKEYE. .Mr. Z. T. Itiee. .Sr. of Richmond. aid Healthy. ents at Frankfort nml at Washington. sons were thu guest Sunday of Mr. was the guest Thursday night of Mr. tn IHrh. Mr. lEnlierl Itrnnfliln. and Mrs. Jones Foster. and Mrs. Wm. Sutton nnd Mr. Hrry,monJ Thursday. No Kentucky Home It Complete Without It. Mcsdamcx Patsy and W. M. Simp- n' 1Uce Springfield Mo. "My back was so A boy nrrived at the homo of Mr. weak t could hardly stand up, and I son nnd Mr. Jessie Simpson spent Mr. and Mrs. Marcus White, and j and Mrs. Dewey Price Jan. 21st. would have bcarlnglown pains and By special nrrangcmcnU wo arc now ablo to offer the day Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. three little daughters, were was not well at any time," says Mrs. visitor.; for le - I.. Matthews. D. V. Williams, wlfo of a """" ' I InK bogs. Hudson and Fam.u farmer on Ilouto 6, this place. "I Mrs. Nannie Kay and daughter, iiyausviiic. Courier-Journ- al Mn. I.OM nil anlil fim mUnnt tn kept getting headaches and having to Vergeliu, were the guests Saturday 11. Ward and Mr. and Mrs. It. go to bed," continues Mrs, Williams , of Mrs. Adams Naylor and Miss Wil three little sons of Kirksville spent. cy,,c Sandtn t l0 ccnU AND THE describing tho troubles from which ., .... nuci unit Jinv ' lie Hamilton Naylor returned home the week-ensivm, nuiu sho obtained relief through tho use of with Mr. and Mrs. "My husband, having heard were in Lexington first of the week Cardul. with them for a few days stay. Milton Ward and C. It. Henry. of Cardul, proposed getting It for mo. PAN-CE.A Makes Hens Lay.. "1 saw after taking somo Cardul Mr. and Mrs. Itobert Yatcr of CUV Stormes Drug Store . . . that I was Improving. Tho result Teutcrsville, Mr. ami Mrs. John YatBOTH ONE YEAR, BY MAIL, FOR ONLY $6.00. Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Picrntt were was surprising I Kit llko a different children of Judson were enperson. Mr. Harry D. Kicu was with Rich cr and Thli offer applies to renewal as well as new subscriptertained last Sunday at the home of guests of relatives near Richmond "Uter I Buffered from weakness mond relatives Sunday, Sunday. and weak back, and felt all Mr. and Mrs. Henry Yater. tions, but only to people living In Kentucky, Tennessee or InMr. Henry Tuttle spent last week I did not rest well at nlcht. I a Mr. and Mrs. Frank Land enter diana. New subscriptions may, if desired, start at n later Mr. and Mrs. Milton Ward nnd j nervous in Knox county on business. and cross. My husband Bald date, and renewal will date from expiration of present ones. Mrs. C. K. Henry had for their din- - tal"cJ tt number of relatives to din-n" ""urn gci mo somu canlui, which Make Hen Lay. PAN.A'CE-he did. It strengthened mo . . , My If you prefer nn evening newspaper, you may substitute guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. K. ncr Sunday. Stormes Drug Store Courier-Journa- l. doctor said I got along flao. I was In The Louisville Times for The Mr. and Mrs. Talbott Jenkins good II. Ward and children, of Madison, healthy condition I cannot The many friends of Mr. J. P. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Yantis and two spent Sunday with Mrs. Walker say too Send or brine your orders to the office of much for Foley are glad to see him out again. sons. Bradshaw, near Danville. Thousands of women haro Buffered as Mrs. Williams devrlbts, until they American Legion meets in Lan Mr. and Mrs. Kobert Whlttaker of found Mr. and Mrs. Win. Scott and lit- -' rcll from thi uso of Cardul. caster Tuesday night, Jan. 1st. Billy Brown, and Mr. Geno Madison county spent Wednesday Blnco It baa helped mi many, yon tie son, should not hesitate to try Cardul tf recently with Mrs. It. W. Sanders, Mrs. C. It. Henry was tho guest Scott motored to Lincoln Lancaster, Ky. Mr. T. 0. Hill visited Mr. and Mrs. troubled with woraauly ailments. Monday of Mrs. Kdd Boss of Lancas and were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. For salo everywhere. 83 Walker Uradshaw, near Danville, Green Poynter. ter. JUDSON. Mr. J. I). Kay was the guest of Mr, Jones Foster. Evelyn The little frit-m- i of Mi Hicks nre sorry to know of her Sat-urtiIII-nBu-fo- rd C(e Louisville grand-mothe- r, Courier-Journ- al a al u-- r...., ,a, e Daily fj well-know- d c$e Central Record run-dow- er If Central Record z THEN The Contral Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday Jan 27, 92 1 1 TANKAGE YOU CAN'T DODGE IT. Increases Egg Production Of Warren Once In Awhile Your County Hens. Blood Clogs And An Increase in the egg production Your Vitality hens from four nnd of dozen during the latter half of NoRuns Down. vember to 31 dor.cn during DecemHO one-ha- lf PULASKI COUNTY Leads Standardization Work. With three distinct sections In the county outlined nnd organised, Pulaski County has taken the lead 'in the poultry standardisation work which l. being conducted by the State College of Agriculture In 70 dilTrrcnt rountir of the State. The breed which line been adopted as the standard in that section of the state Is the Hsrrrd I'lymetith Reck and all ft breeders in the tonne, whose products reach tho standard arc admitted O to membership in the Pulaski County Ilnrrrd Plymouth Itmk Association. The Hiree seetioiw which have been (ft organised nre the Science Hill, the O Cumbrrtand River an I the Somerset The slogan which was section adoptnl at the twtfinliin of the 1021 campaign by the Pulaski breeders wns "liar The County." A. P. Vnught l secretary of tin Science Hill section which 1 In the northern prt of the county. A dues he is each member wiy h given n number nnd thss number Is stamprxl on each egg ulrtch the member sell. At the present time there are 1" member in tkM sectional organisation ami all thiir rugs will be sold to the large hatchariea In the northern iwirt ef Kentucky and around Cincinnati. The Cumberland River section which has hcadiuarter at Itamside has 18 rtembors at the prusent time and bus already received enters for I.JiOO egg. This seetien tt in the southern part ef the county and wilt supdy egg to McCreary Count) which will be used by members of ef the boy' ami girts' club and by miner. The MearrM Coal Company hae placed the enter far t.ROO eggs for its om4yera. Ooorge Williams te secretary of this section. The Somerset section of which Roy McOaniels is secretary has just recently been organised lit contains 10 members already. Kgga from this section wil be used by county agent R. O. Rate in ceepcniMen with local bank in furthering the stand ardisation work in the county in general. ber by the addition of tankage to the ration being fed has been reported by Mrs. J. N'. Harris, of Woodburn, You"ll Pick Up Af.In Quickly With Warren County, who Is conducting a poultry demonstration farm in coPlenty Of Red Dlood Corpuscles . II. operation with county ngent Rogers nnd State College of AgriculPhyiclans nowadays take a Wood ture. With the increased esr protent when you are run ilown. They duction an Increase in profit from count the red corpuscles In your $l.Sf. for half of November to Mood. If these nre too few they was readied by It $2I.33 for December give you n tonic for your blood. Mrs. Harris, who reports excellent iiappcns right along, tney nrc ai result from the ontiro demonstraways on the lookout for Indications tion. The ration which she is now of week Idood. feeding Is one recommended by the Why? Hccausc they knew when state college and is composed of 70 your Idood Is weak your resistance pounds of cracked corn nnd .10 to disease In low. Your vitality and pounds of heavy oats for the grain energy is run down. mixture nnd GO pounds of shipstulT, You can tell when your blood Is 30 pounds of corn meal and 'JO eak. You look pale, feel tired pounds of raent scrap for the dry du aro not ill, but you don't feci mash mixture. Equal parts of grain r ght. You don't want to do thing. anil dry mnsh were fed. nat is the time to take the well In speaking of the results obtained known tonic, under date of Dec. 1st. Mrs. Harris n is sold in liquid and said, "When I started keeping the tablet fomi. The medicinal value Is record N'ev. 16th. my hens were not exactly the same. Take cither kind laying much. 1 started to feed the you prefer. llut be sure you get tankage and am now seeing a decid '(Judo's.' the genuine ed improvement. I already have The full name, "Gudc's Pcpte-Mn- n seven new hens laying some of which pin," should be on the package. nre pullets." (Advertisement.) During December $17.05 worth of otfgs wore sold on the market and $9.42 worth of poultry. The eggs BEEF nnd poultry used in the home were valued bringing DEMONSTRATION receipts at $5.05month up tothe total for the $$33.03. Mrs. Harris' accounts show that it To cost her $7.70 during the month for feed, $4.20 of which went for meal Of and $3.80 worth for corn. A record of the time thaws that it took Mrs. Hnrrlt seven and ene-hahours during the month to attend to the According to those in charge of poultry. the program, one of the main feaCounty Agent. Regcrs reports that tures of the Ninth Annual Farm and farmers In the entire community arc Home Convention to be held at the now using Mrs. Harris system of State College of Agriculture, Feb. 1 feeding with their chickens. "The to 4th., inclusive, will be the carcass sudden increase in egg production demonstration on beef cattle by John has also aroused interest in the liar Gosling, the noted meat specialist ris family and members of it watch from Kansas City, Mo. The demon-- 1 the record each day much the same stratlon which is expected to be of as a baseball fan watches the score special interest to the cattle breed- board," said County Agent Rogers. er and feeders of Kentucky will be two-yewith pure-breold steer, one pure-breyearling steer fed es- Quit pecially for the occasion by the State Try NR Experiment Station and probably a crub fctccr for the purpose of ciAn pariion. K3 Tonight Itsam Fed RlgSI After Mr. Gosling has judged the live animuls nt the meeting of the It Is a mistake tn cor.tlaual!r Ctna Uxatlvo pills, Kentucky Ilcef Cattle Hrccdcrs' As yourself with .urges nnd cathartics calomel, oil. and lore bout I n Hon It weakens sociation Wednesday afternoon, Feb. tiio bowels ami liter ar t makes con2nd., and the audience allowed to stant dottnic tucein. Why don't you ttirfn rleiit to guess the percentage of carcass that overcome your constipation tilay cet and yoar system tn cucli that Uilly the animals will dress out they will rurrtnc will t unnecessary? You be slaughtered at the university farm ran do so If you rr.t a 5&a box of Nature's Remedy (Nit Tablets) and abattoir and allowed to cool out untake ons each, night for a week or so. Kit do much mom thin til Friday afternoon. At this time merelyTill n pleasant eaty bowel acrauio they will probably be brought before tion. This medicine nets upon Ihi dlKeatlro m well na ellmlnatlve. orcana meeting of the Kentucky Swine promotes p h1 dlarst'oa. ca .sea thn to Ilreedcrs Association where the body food crt the nourishment from all you eat. rtrr-- i you a tho weights of the carcasses will be given hearty aprxiite. atriucian.a tho pood, liver, sverrome bl'.lo ltnci. r -and judging of the meat done by Mr. and bun el action nnd nl" inn kllney whl body a thorou.'ti Gosling. Prizes will also be award- nrnimplUhed yn i cleat.. r e out Ti'ls will nut h e n ed at this time to the persons most inedlclno every ity. An m. aioiial taku Nit In comll-l!"- n Jour nearly guessing the percentage of tablet will keep nlirarsbody your best. feel and you ran tncat that the animal, would yield, .iy Nature's Remedy (.Nit l Tablets) rr.,' It is i according to a statement made by rurdit troveV tMs.you ran t'vto nnd bowtl too t rotts rx- - bfit, cntair x ir jucti O Prof. E. S. Good, head of the Animal last twrntv-rv- e da'-aNiture's RemIs so: J. KUarartred Husbandry Department of the Col-K- edy (Ml ";aL and nam jendcj by uur tiruscut. McROBERTS DRUG STORC. TAKE PEPTO-MANGAPepto-Mnngnn. Pcpto-MangaPepto-Manga- LOOK AT THIS o 9 J Feature Program Farm lf LOUISVILLE COURIER JOURNAL, DAILY LOUISVILLE TIMES, DAILY Kentucky Crop Report. LOUISVILLE EVENING POST, DAILY LOUISVILLE HERALD, DAILY LEXINGTON LEADER, DAILY The annual revised cellmate of acreage and production of crops in Kentucky, for 10S0, fcwucd Dec. 31 by the U. S. llureou of Crop Estimate tn with Slate CommiMtener of Agriculture W C. Hanna, shew an estimated production of 100,060,000 bus. of corn;iG7,C00, 000 pounds of tobacco of all types in the State; r,f, 10,000 bus. of wheat, K,'J26,000 bus. of oats; D,t3C,000 bu of Irish potatoes; nnd 1,508,000 tons of hay. The estimates for all the crops are given in the accompanying tables, and Indicate Increascn in production of corn, oats, barley, potatoes, apples poaches, pears, sorghum, soy brans, and clover seeds; the same production a in 19 It) of beans, cowpcas and sweet potatoes; and decreased production of tobacco, wheat, rye, and hay. Hurley tobacco production in the State increased (according to estimates) frc.n about 213,000,000 pound, in 1910 to about 230,500,000 pounds in 1020. These estimates may bo slightly revised later when mora complete checking up of yields is iMible. The reduction of dark tobacco acreage in Western Kentucky together with the light yield in some counties in 1020 reduced the estimates of the State's total tobacco crop of all types from 198,000,000 pounds In IV 19 to 107, 800,000 pounds of all types together in 1920. The acreage of wheat sown In Kentucky in the fall of 1920 is es- d ar d Laaaiives, Purges; Either of the Above Splendid Daily's Together With The .Jtn b-- oil? Central Record ONE g. m . Where Children Are Starving. and Czeeho-- f In Austria-Hungar- y Slovakia, there are 1,000,000 War, orphans. Five thousand of these havo been wandering like animals in I the ItuUicnian Mountains. In the Ilaltic Republics, there are 150,000 orphans. Many thousands! ! YEAR FOE . . .. 11 i i i i Mill P ...in UV UIIOUIU IU HUUI1U SCIlOOl UVAb Thousands Jobless In New York City (New York World,) New York City Is Hooded with Job- less men. Free lodging houses, except tho Municipal Lodging House, every night with nre objects of charity, men who arc eager to work but who cannot And work to do. Most of them are laborers who have been "laid olt" In the other places nnd have drifted hero In hope of finding work. A few arc "white collar men" salesmen In stores and clerks who wcro discharged the 11 rat of the year and have been unnblc to form new connections. More than eighty men applied to the Salvation Army's) Social Service Department on Saturday for meals or sleeping quarters or both. Prac tically every one of them had within the week mado application for employment to the Army's employment bureau. Many of them have regis tvred with the Department of Street Cleaning for snow shovelling. over-crowde- d winter for luck of shew and other necessary clothing. Poland has C0O.0O0 orphans, the majority living in refuge ramps instead of homes. In Koumanta there are 200,000 orphans. Jugo-Slavl- a has 600,000 some living In devastated villages from which adults have lied. In Soviet Russia there are three to four million orphans. ThcJO figures vouched for by a Bulletin of the American Relief Adreveal a tragedy of ministration childhood probably unequalcd in the history of tho world. Relief Through the European Council, Herbert Hoover Is asking Americans to give $33,000,000 with which to save tho lives of 3,500,000 children. A contribution may be vent to tiny Dank In Kentucky. Ad dress Kichard Dean, Kentucky Treas urer, European Relief Council. IN $6.00 KENTUCKY ONLY. This applies to Old and New Subscribers and Cash must be sent in advance. SEND ALL ORDERS TO CENTRAL RECORD OFFICE timated at 025,000 acres, the same as In 1919, the condition of the crop Dec. 1, 1920, being b'l per cent of normal compared to 80 Dec. 1, 1919, nnd an average condition Dcc.l, of 90. The total acreage of wheat sown in the United States in the fall of 1920 M estimated nt 10,G05,000 acres, or 07.2 percent of the acreage sown in tho fall of 1919, The condition of the United State wheat crop Dec. 1, 1920 is given "as 87.9 per cent of normal compared to 85.2 Dec. 1, 1919, and a ten year average Dec. 1, of 88.1 per cent. This wiirtoriih Lancaster People The quick action of simple witch-haze- l, camphor, bydrastls, etc., as mixed in Ijivoptik eye wash, will surprise Lancaster people. One girl with weak, strained eyen was helped by a single application. Hor mother could hardly sew or read because of eyo pains. In one week she too was benefited. We guarantee n small bottle of Lavoptlk to help ANY CASE weak, strained or inflamed eyes. Aluminum eye cup FREE. McRoberts Drug Store. Advertisement.