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In Newberry eaitaHBitjaiaMBVaelBM South Carolina, you Pusses Into The To Loses be born In Proscan Beyond. EVERYBODY PULL TOGETHER NOT FOR YOUR FAVORITE perity, lire In Hope, Madiion, Garrard, Boyle, Marlon, own a home In Sliver IjiH Saturday morning about ten Tavlor Green And Hart Coun. Men Trying Veterinarian Reported Street, die In Oliltown WAREHOUSE, BUT THE LANCASTER MARKET. o'clock, Mr. Harry Anderson, one of . lies Lote After Survey a. I I anil k to Helena with r II If iiopvivtt ueaaiocits-rAt noon tho best known and popular young out leaving the coun l Made. men ty. SEND US It.SO ( ;reat of ..ancaitcr, passed Into the Harlan, hy., Feb.2, Shortly be. lleyond, at hi. late home on THESE HOUSES ARE MAKING AS GOOD AVERAGES AS ANY IN THE STATE SUBYOUR FOR - -- -" noon tho Deputy Sheriff guard- The Federal Hurcau of Highways I lI Ill SCRIPTION FIRST. .inim nvrnuc, nucr nil ncuic uinru Ing the Jury which has been wrest- - has disapproved tho Madison-Hardy- of several weeks of a complication of If jjincaitcr Is ever to be a leading warehouses In every possible way. by "wr since Monday night with the v'"0 project because It parallels tho diseases. tobacco market, and it now has a your patronage and your influento evidence in the case of Dr. II. C. project from Lexington through DOG .Mr. Anderson was about 37 years splendid opportunity to become one nnd the final outcomo will be to your Wlnncs, former Assistant State Vet- - Nlcholasvllle, Harrodsburg and of age ami was the only son of Mrs. oi tne neat in trie slate, It will re advantage as well as to theirs. In erinarlan, Informally told the court Springfield to Ilanlstown. This pro- Runs Second In All Pnt Anderson of this city, and a quire the unselfish cooperntion of our your endeavors to get tho farmers that the Jurors said they wcro hope- - Jr would have passed through Lan- brother to Misses Patsy, Alberta and entire eitixenry, not only tobacco patronage, the wnrehou.es each havcle deadlocked and could not agree I ca.tcr, Danville, Lebanon, Camp- Age Stake. hlizabeth Anderson. growers and those interested In tho their adherents, nearly everyone has n whether tho defendant killed Lura bellsville and Grecnsburg and the He Is survived by his wife, Mrs. tobacco Industry, but every citizen their favorite house but your endeav- - Parsons, the mountain teacher. Themonpy has already been provided for ,, ,. , tWoodi Walker splendid "hound the building of this highway. Bonds I' ' Inlerwleil In the thrift and ors to secure tho trade let your Judge sent back this brief word: I doK" Cork ran second In the "All Mr. and Mrs ft. II. Brown, this ,, slogan be "HKING YOUR TOI1AC-- I to the amount of $192,000 having "Tell them to keep at it." Mm f Unc,itfr fox hunters county, anil iwo urar Age Stake" evcnt.of the uuie uoys, an Judge Davis had previously said U"n voted last March for this pur- CO TO LANCASTKK," to my ware- tournament at I'aul J. Italney'i es- - of whom have tho deepest sympathy county. We have In Lancaster two of the houso If you will, If not, then to the tnat he thought this Jury should and pose. These bonds cannot be used Into near New Albany, Ml..., lait of their friends In the loss of a de by voted son, affectionate husband and most modern, best lighted, best other one, but HKING IT TO LAN- - ought to como to a conclusion and for nny other purpose, so knowing .Saturday. The stake was won equipped and best manned tobacco CASTI.K. Lay aside your petty that he was determined to keep them Pnes Kan, owned by' Homer Howard, of Indulgent father. I warehouses in Kentucky, and taking Jealousies, the failure of one of these in service until they agreed. Pretty Raw Deal. Two other Kcntuc-k- y Rarnesville, Oa. At the time of his death and for Into consideration the existing con warehouses would undoubtedly mean The Jury filed out at noon for din- Iu n pretty raw deal, says the lotr ran third and fourth. several years previous, Mr. Anderson I ditions .they started the season with the failure of the Lancaster market, ncr without any evidence of being "anvllle Advocate, ond a.i to whose The Kentucky dogs were Cork, held the position of City Clerk of good prospects as warehouses In thercforo let your effort be to nearer a decision. It began its de- - fault It Is the focts are not known at owned by Wood Walker, of Taint Lancaster, which duties he perform as "me. IJck, which ran second; Big Stride, ed diligently and efficiently. He other towns. The market here has HUILD UP THK MARKET, nnd the "aerations Monday night, and It is T',c Federal government made the 'd one Juror is holding out agninst owned by S, L. Woolridge, of Ver- was a member of the Christian kept pace with other markets, and division between the two homes will 1.1 e fir!nlitrilnMil m nn opinions of the other eleven men, proposition that the road would be naturally adjust itself. wesii obtain'f(, sailles, third, and Fleet Foot, owned church, having given hi. heart to hi. I cIscwhcn!'t I built if the counties with Working for one warehouse as w favor the acquittal of Wl nnes, would raise half by Howard Cammlntz of Louisville, I ,- I I i" rarijr juuwi. 1 eTha nri- nm Thc defendant remained calm and hc money. Boyle county held an against another Is simply playing In- In fourth. There were 75 entries frl.-tile. vssa- t iTaa.Ja. iiiu ui.ciiiiK, Mill! UI II to the hands of adjoining markets, apparently unmoved under the strain election and voted n bond issue, ui tl this event, among them many of the ale home last Sunday afternoon, by waiting. Almost phlegmatic In Th0 rnwey can be used for no other mtlcr of cour5e. thll markct on nnd every word said by n Garrard dogs In America and n.s pa, or uev most famous I .! preponderence of county man agolnst one of his own disposition ho hod at no tlmo during Purpose than in the construction of many sportsmen from all over the terment following In the Lancaster given day ha. Uil I(m. .! uu. warehouses Is exploited to the fullest tnu triaI shown the slightest emotion. tnc proposed Federal Highway. world took part in the tournament. cemetery. Tho pallbearers being hi. ,,,, ,.,,,. ' .... in surrounding ou can't tell what a Jury will thousand dollars of the money towns, and it not intimate friends and were: Dr. M.I -- . Wh Kra,,e Wl,p,, ,he natural re' alone Injures the maligned house, do," was his comment to newsnaner "as "'ready been paid Into tho county ... .... i. $500 REWARD FOR K tio . ' 7 p. oraic, unrry lomuson anti sun suit would be that, our market on but it equally Injures the home mar. men. "I've been on two mvsclf. 1 treasury by tho tax payers and was , nm told that one in this Jury can't 'oncd the past week to the banks I (l kct iiufc ,i.. ..,i.i HUk turn iiui i; mvuf nwuiu RIDERS. r.u. . There is nothing can be said ,co 't like the others. Wc all get ot Dnville by tho Fiscal Court. It Frankfort, Ky., Immediate grand market selling the better grade. against either of our houses, they arc tct In our views sometimes." I" supposed that now the Federal Lcavell jury investigations, a reward of 1500 The condition being reversed, our as we have before stated, modern. This was his only comment. Highway has fallen through the for the arrest and conviction of each In the death of Mr. J. T, Lcavell I market would of course show the bet- - well lighted, with every accommoda- - There was no expression of criticism I money will have to be returned to person Implicated, and National at his home on Campbell street last ter average. All of the good sales tion, and in no house in Kentucky the Juror holding out, nor of Jm- - thc tax Pa'r8. This means a big Guard unit ready for emergency Sunday morning, I.anea.tr loses an- - redounding to the credit of our will you find a more courteous and patience at the delay. cost.or In other words a big waste. call are the steps taken recently to other of her oldest citizens. While market seem to be kept quiet, while capable lot of gentlemen than on "Gentlemen," said Judge Davis I othcr counties either voted bond Is-handle the night rider situation In he had not been In his usual good! the olT days are heralded broadcast, the Lancaster market, and thev know when the Jury reported lato last UM or raised the necessary funds its inclplency In Hath and Fleming health for several months, It was not I to the detriment of the Lancaster the tobacco game from beclnninir to n'Kht that they could not arrcc. "ono bv Private subscription. counties. thought that his passing was so near, I market. Hey Survey Costs. end. YOU know them and vou man or two men should not hanc tho Governor Morrow offered a reward he having been on the streets only A Breat "owd of surveys spent will be well Jury In a case like this. I don't ask We firmly believe that takinir the know your interests of $500, the highest amount allowed three days before. He was taken grades of the offering into consider. cared for in their hands. that one should vlolato his consef. months surveying the route and all by law, and, following the announce suddenly III Saturday night, but re- - tfon, Finally let us urge you to PULL ence, but a Juror should regard the ,hi cP'"so has now been thrown to that as good prices have been ment of Circuit Judge Henry It. luseu to nave a physician called, and will bo obtained over the Lan TOGKTIIKR FOR THK LANCAS- - opinions of the othcr eleven, should the wimls- - A crew of about thlrt- Prewltt that he would convene a spe- saying he would be better by morn- - caster floors as on any market in the TER MARKET, build up a HOME We'Rh them as carefully as his own "ve urvcyors were here and they cial grand Jury Friday, the Governor ing. His last words perhaps came itatc. Why should we not compare MARKET, let the grower decide for nnJ should give the others credit for wcre cfluiPPcl with automobiles and held a conference with Adjutant true, for he passed away nt five favorably with other trucks and spent money liberally in markets? We himself as to the house, but BRING cn.ua' intelligence and Judgment." General Jackson Morris in regard to o'clock, prepared and ready to meet have representatives of the same IT TO LANCASTER. "We cannot agree, Judge," one making the survey. Three men If wc "will do readiness of four cavalry troops, his Maker. .Mr. Leavell leaves no firms that are buying on the other this and show a spirit of cooperation, Juror told the court. "One man said 0URht to have been enough to have stationed nt Louisville, tandon, Man immediate relatives, his wife and son markets, they presumably have the put our shoulders to the wheel, work no might be convinced If he could go madc the "urvcy yet about thirty-fiv- e Chester and Louisa, all of which have Victor, having died cmpioycu. several years same Instructions and limitations as unselfishly for the common good It to the scene of the crime." The Thc tax P'ers should make a pro- received horses and at least partial I to their buying as the renrezentntives will be but a very short time when Jurors all looked at the old man. tc,t and a vigorous protest at such equipment. He was a devout member of the on other markets, and surely if our our efforts will begin to bear fruit. The court refused the request. poor business system and In the Judge C. D. Newell, whose grand Christian church, and when able, grades compare favorably Tivn nv from day and eventually we will Jury at Flemlngsburg will reconvene was always to be found at each ser- - to day with other markets, waste of so much of thc public funds. there Is THE BEST WAREHOUSES IN Monday, has been requested by the vice, hhort services were conduct- - no reason, nor do we It is said that the countlr mlht MARKET believe there THE BEST TOBACCO Governor to deliver a special charge ed at the grave In the Lancaster has or will be any discriminating as OF ITS SIZE IN KENTUCKY right MEASURES Poln thc 8tatc In building thc high- ways but that might also fall to the Jurors In regard to the activi- cemetery, Jionuay aiternoon by Kev. I to prices. Virf In I nnosiifl ties at Sherbourne. Quit KNOCKING, h. II. llourland. GET BUSY Save Many Lives. through, so it would seem that the Now Mr. Farmer, a word to you uu huuiu oe xor me nuns you hear one day that a neighboring AND HELP BOOST HOME INDUS Striking evidence of thc value of counties to build their own roads ond town has "topped" the Lancaster TRIES, e a. county health department cut out bth the state and federal . .I market by a couple of cents, and you isnuge ,ne ne.t leed lor grow. is furnished by the experiences two government. A right should be forthwith load up a wagon and HAUL ing hog.. Hudson and Farnau. neighboring Blue Grass counties ml'c to have a law adopted by the OUT OF YOUR OWN COUNTY a have had with diphtheria this winter. next 'wslature prorating to each at loai of tobacco, and doubtless by the Assignment. In Scott County, where there is I county the amount of automobile tlmo you get it on the floor, that mar county. e County Health De- - taXM Paltl by Friends of Mr. W. II. Smith, form- - uch a ket has "slumped" and you have had erly of this county, will be sorry toPartment, a case of thc disease was! your trouble for nothing. Besides, have you taken into consideration learn of tho financial misfortunes discovered In a school. Tho child who was suffering was removed im- the added expense to the long drive, which has Ju.t come upon him. Mr-- A"d Mrs. Cronler Hardwlcb The following from tho Richmond mediately to his home, his family was to say nothing of the exposure to Register says: (quarantined, and tho room where the yourself, your hands and your stock. Fatally Burned. Juno W. Hlggins was named as disease had developed was disinfect- Your expense additionally incurred We wish to announce to the farmers of GarTho home of Mr. and Mrs. Cron will moro than overbalance the fow trustee for W. II. Smith, Round Hill cd. awaus, made oi all the chil- rard and Lincoln counties that our mnrkct has now additional cents per pound which you merchant, who has assigned for thc drens throats In the same room, ley Hardwick. was consumed bv flro steadied down nnd we are rcnlizlnjj good prices on me uaooraiory oi uic lost Thursday morning, and their in MAj receive in another than your ucnciu oi nis creditors. The op- - cre pointment was made at a meet nir a""c "oaru or Health for cxamlna- - fnt daughter. Kllxahvih Pnr.i. ln.t all Kraderi of tabucco. Mr. Graw and Mr. Speith home market. wnen it was round thai u lifo in tho burning building. The ncre luesuay. .Mr. Wiggins furnish- will give their personal attention to every crop sold Then there is another clement well ou sa.vuu oond with a surety com- - none 01 cniiuren iiau tho dls- - baby was left alone In the home worth considering before you haul1 pany. .Mr. on our Moors and we believe we are competent bnjith's assets are given e" gtven a Schick whilo the mother was out looking .f. your tobacco away from home, enough to judge their crops. We had one of our as a biock or goods, said to be worth lc" lo w"cn wouia develop uipn- - ter .the milking, when tho house COUNTY PUIDK. Just consider best Sales of the season, Tuesday, Feb. 1st. The exposed to It. Those who caught fire, rendering helpless all lfterta everything you hold dear Is In old io.uuu, and about $3,000 worth of wcro ir accounts. His liabilities arc about found to bo Immune Im- - who endeavored to enter the house following ore some of the crop averages at this sale: Garrard, this is HO.MK, tho dearest $5,000 due nnd a hou.e which he mediately wcro given an inoculation to re.cue the baby. No cause as to spot on earth to you, your family is Hcstor and Franklin 80 pounds S $8.7G; 45 $10.75; ror prevent mcir acquiring it. as a how the fire originated, but it is here, your friends are here, your In uougni gtven which a deed had not lo 220 Q I21.C0; 80 0 20; 105 $33; 100 $39; 200 0 been him, $1,500. Mr. result of these energetic measures thought a defective fluo was tho rc- terests are here, and here you ex$32; 75 $35; 110 $27; 70 Q $35; 70 Q $22; 115 $18; s many friends are hoping he on'y n ca.e or the disease develop- - ,UU. Much sympathy Is expressed pect to live out the remainder of Mnith 115 122.50; 40 $30; 80 $ $14; 85 Cl1 in $10; 15 $0.00. sctt County and there wcre by friends ond neighbors for Mr. ond wl soon "be on his feet" ognln. your days; then If for no other reasTotal 1,700 pounds, average $23.08 $420.37. no ,lealhs- Mrs. Hardwick In tho loss of their . on, for COUNTY PUIDK, do not let a neighboring county a child al- - baby girl, their home and its en nriSUan nurcn Notes ilradshaw and Pendleton 25 pounds $5.20; 180 S $15.60; n few paltry cents induce you to developed diphtheria in a school tire contents, Next Sundnv. FVl.rii.irv rtv 146 dp $10.50; 150 $34; 135 dp $30; C5 & $30; 80 $50; market your tobacco away from the county-sea- t. There the simi bo the flmt nnniv,rn. n xtnv v 110 $55; 145 Hp $35; 50 & $25; 230 $12; 130 & $11.25; home. parity ends. This county has no full II. Hourlnn.l'. tntin,. ii, 240 & $8.00. Total 1.6S3 pounds, average $24.2ft $408.84. It Is true tho outlook seems drear, i r$st...inM . " . ri...i. i. LIIULIItimo health department, only a nhv I viiliailMII VIIUIllli flL si.s tho slump came suddenly and hard our many J. II. Dallcy 00 pounds g $0.00; 17S vriin to manK $20; 245 $22; tlmo tho momlm. hour win k.. .MM 'cln receiving $M0 a year, and the and was a severe blow to many of us, i 180 & $28; 205 Q $24; 100 & $20; 230 friends and neighbors for tho kind ....... absence of someono whose sole busl- $20; 170 .. ........ ,i, ,., , . .. .!, ,v4. but wo must remember wo have been .!,. ... $0.60; 105 3 $8.25. Total 1,620 pounds, average $20.8- 6" Representatives of tho different ' w. "amv oui u,Pnineria 7, " receiving abnormal prices for our $337.96. onrnnlmtlnn. ulll m..n,i....i.in immcuiaieiy nircauy nas lea to UK ""' production, and In the day of reKelley and Metcalfo 165 pounds Q $12; 110 S $10; 70 Mr. and Mrs. Cronley Hardwick. construction such conditions weru to ,.v r..olv..,! county-sca- t for sixty days, to the de- n.i trnn, & $20; 240 & $35; 95 g $45; 215 Q 34; 140 $25; 185 be expected and must be 1,10 dIiealc faced and amounts of money expended ,f Jw,0,n of 1?8 and & $23; 26 & $12; 06 & $20; 66 $4.00; 25 $4.10. bravely. " lu c'"e" purpose. This will makol'" ",B Total 1,380 pounds, averse; $24.701340.22. True tho outlook la not encourag- for what ,ro .the favi"K an Interesting service and all mem-..ra- r' Jman , w,,h to expreM my thankj to my ing for tho coming year'a crop, but n Mil Lounty, I'rewitt and Son 200 pounds & $23; 145 $30; 235 S ber. of the congregation are urgent.!"10. ,nnu neIfhbori nnd rriends for theIr klnd. things will eventually right them tho neW $33; 35 & $11.25; 85 & $4.00; 90 $4.00; 125 ly requested to be present if at all fml $10.00. wn,lr ness shown me during the illness and selves and the raising of tobacco will possible. t', Total, BIB pounds, averagtt $22.60. $206.68. Inventive The congregation is en- - A fl hujbanJ of Aho f be again as profitable In Garrard as .Km WmjiII .11.1 mnw ta t1 u'"""k titled to a reckoning at least once a '""the many beautiful flowers and Donahue Ilros. 105 pounds g $10; 115 of yore. $34; 05 year and that reckoning will be given V its regular expenditure for word of condolence. $20; 80 $18.60; 130 In the meantime the gentlemen $25; 135 $36; 100 $23.50; nr.t snn.i.u Mrs. Harry Anderson. I 120 (g) $30; 130 g $13.25; 125 f . i who havo invested in these expensive rt. l. $17.50; (35 $15.50; 105 coun- In the afternoon ot 2:30 the elders.1"" "" , V'c miaw $17; 145 g $13.76; 160 g $18.75. ToUl, 1,670 pounds) warehouses must weather the storm "Burcs. aireauy nas will meet for thc mn.l.., y and Silver as best they can, must take the lean lv deacons veraie $2 1. 0 $347.38. Pnt $4,000 In combating diphther- aii hu.ln.u .M ,ayears with the fat ones, and will - anJ u' of calculaU There will be a "Silver Tea" at the " I James Prather 166 pounds (g) $7.00; 05 asked to mln.i nn.t i. " " thl. $11; 130 g " . I I I ... f "If probably consider themselves lucky murn- nas uven ipenia L.. tl roiuyicnau unmc cnurcn rnuy 1I1B uyi x " $29;i'60 g $32; 170 g $16.60; 230 g $32; 125 g $14.00; nreicnL If they can break even until the re ipnvaie lamiues ior pnysicians,i aiternoon irom a until j:ju o ciock 105 (g $8.60. Total 1,24 perns., avers.., $2!.U $246 7. adjustment is completed. Have you a sack of Obelisk flour ta nurses, undertakers and other ex-- 1 for tho benefit of the Chinese Fam- It It our duty as friends, neighbors your kasae today 7 W. A. SPEITH, Manager. peusea Incident to sickness and I ine Sufferers. Everybody is eerdi- and fellow countrymen to help these I ally invited to attend. Hudson A Farnau. death. SOME COUNTRY C. D. W. tell ui that HARRY ANDERSON BOOM LANCASTER TOBACCO MARKET.! WINNES JURORS Great Told 3y Judge "Keep At It" . LANCASTER Federal Highway GARRARD ii-ii- ., T h ;,, "' '"i" ., .1 -n .-- ..I ' V rrt' ....- NIGHT "'".r"'" ' PROMPT full-tim- HIGH AVERAGES Growers bacco Warehouse. & Y" 1 Makes Planters full-tim- To- Infant Girl we nt r. 7 J Card Of Thanks. a ,.,,. ... "'' Myt' '" ' Card Of Thanks. iM ' Tea. 1 br 1 a -- . Th Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, Feb 3, 192 BONES IN KEN I So many cases of Rheumatism blood remedy that has been sold by come from a Uny disease germ that druggists for mors than fifty years. even though they may go S.3.S. themselves much time and expense broody, according to statements of Infests the blood, that physicians blood acta by driving out of tha the disease germ that causes John Hopkins, Professor Sets by making sure that the machine Is poultrymen from the State College re beginning to realise thit this Rheumatism, thus arTorUIng real In lh In good running order as reasonable source of tho disease Is becoming relief. Skeleton A Redskin Of On. of Agriculture in iglvlng suggestion tflii(MM Burkry quite prevalent Of course a disBegin taking 8S.S. today and If length of time before they wish to for the natural incubation of eggs. ease that has Its source in the you will write a complete history tebaaa flavor. put in the eggs, according to poultry-me- n Kxtremely large hens are not desir turUs Asjo Who Lacked blood cannot be reached by local of your case, our medical director at the State College of Agri able either they are inclined to be remedies applied to the surface. will give you expert advice, with- Cunning Of Whit. Man On remedy that has given splenculture. ens clumsy and may break some of the did results in the treatment of Adviser. 161 Swift Laboratory. At. An Inventory of the outfit should egjr or mash the chicks, say the Who Mad Discovery. Rheumatism is S.S.S., tho fine old lanta, Oa. be taken nt this time to make sure poultrymen. For general Kentucky Baltimore, Johns Hopkins, sclen that all parts are present and that conditions hens of the medium tlsts say that the human skeleton there is a good supply of such things weight type such as Barred Ply stock dip or boiling water. Broad shoulders and narrow hips A good plan to follow In prepar Just found in the Great Crystal Cave as wicks and other articles which arc mouth Bocks, Khode Island Beds and will be the style for men this spring. Hart County, Kentucky, almost cer used in any number in turning out Wyandottes, mako the best setting ing the coops for the hens is to place tainly represents a tragedy, which the hatch. Any parts that arc need- hens, since they ar consistent and In damp dirt on bottonf of box. The But that won't bother us vc never dirt should be rounded out for the did care for style, anyway. took place centuries ago one In ed should be ordered now in order addition make good mothers, Considerable work and time can be nest and then covered with clean which n man disappeared and liter to prevent possible delay when the ally wns "swallowed by the earth, eggs arc ready to be put in tho ma- saved tf a number of hens are set dry straw. at the same time in coops which Floyd Collins, a farmer, discover chine say the poultry specialists. Two or three days before the per should be separated from Tools ed the cave by accident while wan thoe of define; over his acres. Hcforc jrolnp; iod of Incubation begins the machine other birds, but If poulble placed in Now Delay. into it any distance Collins and his should be started in order to assure the same room. These coops should the orpcrntor that It can be main be dry ami preferably set In a dark Home. companies built a big lire to mark Before the rush of spring work tained at the proper temperature place. It is also advisable to have starts every Kentucky farmer should the entrance. Kxpcri the coops built so that the hens may set aside one week Don't ko to bit? cities in M. S. It wns probably the fact that he throughout the period. for the purpose senrch of fortune. The rent had not built such n Are which cost mcnts have shown that n tempera be shut in them, according to the of making necessary repairs on his ture of 101 degrees the first week, poultry specialists. farm machinery, according to a HATFIELD the man, whose skeleton was found, hogs will cnt you up. 102 degrees the second and 103 de lnrge city houses his life hundreds of years ago, It was grees the third week give the best Kxtrcmc care should be used bv statement of J. B. Kelley, head of Owners of fore th hen is set to be sure that she the DENTIST out. the and apartment buildings have pointed scientists say that the body results in hitching the eggs when a is free from lico and mites since StateFarm Kngineering Sction ofSuch College of Agriculture. The Offlc over Th Garrard Baak. developed into the greediest was probably that of an Indian, who standing thermometer U used that is these pests dstroy many chicks and an arrangement will enable the far-m- r Phones Offlt. S. Residents 370. blood suckers the world hns wandered Into the cavern and for one where the bulb is on a level with in uddition may cause the death of to determine what repairs are LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. the top Apnrtnients all his cunning was unable to find hanging of the egg. When using n hens while they arc hatching the needed and if necessary onlrr them known. ever thermometer where the bulb eggs. In ridding the birds of lice from the Implement man In time to n his way out again. thnt rented for $10 and is an Inch above the eggs, a temper a good louse powder should be used receive "That the skeleton was that month n yenr ngo are now $75 man belonging to a race earlier of a ature of 103 degrees straight thru which can be made by using three program them without a dtay In the than of the farm work. Ky moving time and $100. parts of gasoline and one part of "By conducting n systematic pro-- i the Indians is unlikely," said Dr. K. the hatch has been found best. Exclusive. The incubator should never be stock dip or crude carbolic acid. gram of repair work during (Mny 1) they will probably be W. Berry, professor of palenotology the slack located in a damp room or on the After these have been thoroughly season many Optsmctrist given another boost. at Johns Hopkins. "We have never farmers may be able second or third floor during If you go from the country found any trace of n race earlier period of Incubation, according the mixed enough plaster Paris of ce to put old machines into a condition DANVILLE, - KENTUCKY. to ment should be added to nb.orb the that will enable them to use these to the big city you must rent than the Indians on this continent. specialists. A liquid. The powder Is ready for use another Opposite Gitcher Hotel. Is almost certainly the )cnr," said Mr. Klley. "The skeleton a room and take your meals at that of an Indian, who wandered in cellar has been found to be the best as soon as the gasoline has evapor "However, it is not advisable to use Office Hours 8 to 12 and I to S p.m. restaurants, or pay a small for- to the cavern and was unable to place for the location of the ma ated. Sodium flouride which may be an old worn-omachine since such chine. Care should also be taken to purchased at any drug store also a practice will tend to slacken the tune for hotel accommoda- And his way out. good powder. According to the progress of the farm work," contlnu. "We hove no evidence in this see that the machine is not set in the tions. If you rent a room the direct rays of sunlight. poultrymen the hens should never be cd Mr. Kelley. If any new machines will be in proportion to country of caves having been used rent Before the eggs arc placed in the greased since this may result in spoil will be needed during the coming i for burial of the dead, MINERAL DIRECTOR the amount the people pay for often in Europe, whero n.i was done machine the thermometer should be ing the eggs. year these should be ordered at once the walls of Oillre Over National Bank. the apartment. Your meals such places were decorated with tested by the use of the ordinary Before the hens are placed In the In order to insure prompt delivery will be equally high, and by drawings. The nearest approach to clinical thermometer. The two in- coops care should b taken to see that from the implement man, was the Residence 1'hone 3. Olflce I'hone 27 strument should bo placed in water LANCASTKIt. KV. the time you hnve coughed up that is furnished by the mound build- at 110 degrees and observations these are nlso free from lice and suggestion made. In case coops have been used mites. ers of the Ohio Valley and some of to these tunes you will not made as the water cools to see that previously it is well to thoroughly States. have much left, regardless of the Southern been inclined to regard the readings correspond especially clean and disinfect them with a good Some have the high wages offered. the mound builder as earlier than the between 101 and 103 degrees. VETERINARIAN. The rent hogs are not satis- Indians, but it is my opinion that In all operations of the incubator Feature, exhibits of Breckinridge the directions of the manufacturer county agricultural products includ- Call Aatw.r.d Promptly Dmf or fied with their pound of flesh. they were Indians. be followed closely. should ing those from pig clubs and demon They want the whole carcass, They heaped earth about their Nltht. Phone 317 dead, putting numbers of bodies in stration orchards occupied an Impoand at the rate they are going one mound. KENTUCKY. Agricultural Fair LANCASTER. rtant part of the they will soon have it devourand Club Show which was recently "These caves ara familiar phe- WILL USE DISEASE-FRESPUDS ed. held at Hardingsburg by merchants nomena. They ore caverns washed Stomach-Kidne- y 9'IJrart-Live- r Jefferson County Farm Bureau of that city and the county farm This is a good town in which out of limestone by the action of Keep tho vital with County to live, and there are no water extending over thousands of members are planning to plant dis regularly takingoreans healthy by bureau tho world'., standAgent J. V. Harth, according to a Cobbler potatoes, certified years. Kentucky and Tennessee are ease-fre- e Fine Cut Flowers. pounds of flesh or whole car- full by the Minnesota Experiment Stat- ard remedy for kidney, liver, report of affair. One club member of them." casses exacted. The same aphad a small herd of hogs on exhibi"Some skeletons of very rare an- ion, according to reports coming from bladder and uric acid troubles John M. McRoberts. plies to our farms. indiimals have been found in them, the office of county agent F. R. tion which were all high-bre- d GOLD MEDAL viduals that he had raised himself, Stay at home and prosper. among these the wild pig, and an Merriman. Up to the present time according to Mr. Harth. animal of the antelope type, which orders have been received from vnr- N. L. PREWITT Other features of the show were That fellow who suddenly came hitherto had been found in Africa." ous farmers for more than 300 out of his trance and demanded to bushels of the seed and as soon as the large number of Poland China Auctioneer know the dcmoninatlon of Mr. Flashing n bank book instead of a enough orders have been obtained Th. National Ittmedy cf llolbnt for hogs exhibited by club members In CooIIdge' church should go back to roll is now considered the correct to make a carload of COO bushels the onturiaaarulcndomdby Quttn Wllb.l-min- t. the club contest and the apples from SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. At all druggists, thii tlirs. sleep again. The election is all over thing. A closed book doesn't dis- seed will be ordered, according to It tS"Jbuk CVJ a1J.I oa iMir Lu the demonstration orchards of the county. Mr. Merriman. and even the shouting has died down. close the smallness of ones wad. MCt M lauUtiM Lancaster. Ky.. R. F. D. No. 3 eggs it's toasted T you know why Do HAVE IN- Small Hens Make Poor CUBATOR READY Setters Specialists. TUCKY CAVERN Extremely small hent such as Before Eggs Are Saved Leghorns will not set through the Believed To Be Lost period of Incubation nor make good Kentucky poultry men who are mothers for the chicks and for that planning to use Incubators in hatch reason should not bo used'to hatch Indian's. Ing their chicks this spring can save !MMMMMMMtttMMM'tMMtMMHH I At Winter Approaches LUCKY STRIKE CIGARETTE Stay At Repairing Farm Elimates rCARDsJ 5 J.J.Byrne ut J. A. Beazlev Breckinridge Holds Or. Printus Feature Farm Fair. Walker Jefferson Farmers E WATCH THE BIG 4 Honaker tli Good Tobacco Bringing Good NO MARKET FOR INFERIOR OR DAMAGED TOBACCOS. Prices We insist that Ihese Grades be left at home for a later market. We will get you the highest prices to be gotten in the state. Daily Sales. Garrard CAMPBELL Tobacco Warehouse Co. Incorporated. LANCASTER, KY. STREET. Tandy Quisenberry, Starter. Geo. Brown, Floor Mgr. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Feb 3. 92 1 1 KENTUCKY Constipation 4 H i H 111 O OeilOll lllS NR Today On wU r 8trcr4toirg your gcstlvo laxatives. If its victim, try di. and climinative 1 n u organs with Nature's Remedy it's better than . Oldham County Plans TAKE STOCK OF YOUR HEALTH Big Poultry Campaign FARM NOTES 100 From Here And TheVe. Winter Brings Many An Intensive campaign to put eggs White Plymouth Rock hatching II, Graham, n Worren County Ills To Pale, Over- on each of 100 Oldham county farms In In Howling luring I auSereta realise tnlst Uml nf th.m rantlnnaMr Ant thm- rivra witn pursi-- laaaiivn tmia. ami cainar raiom'l, oil, Iks and forco tviw.l action. To, lo that la n mistake. It n Iho Nmla an-- l llvar ntxl makes constant tlualog naccs MB.' aln-tlsl- a of !h wnrM f all Mjr" that mora (twin human Ilia can I tracwl itlrwtly or Indirect! tn constipation. Jlotr manjr srritl Kp tho Doctor Away srana rmmolM rwl Alfestlnn, raua Ilia ImmIjt In Ktl tha nourlehment from all th KM-n- foot jriMI rat. aire you a porel. Iirartr appetite, atrrnathene the llvar, 7 ovenximea tilllouenaea, raruUte and bowel action and Klvra tht out. And XU flora this wiuioui a. elrn of itrlplnr. Iam or It wotM centlr. ar fffi liut tirumntlr and tliorouaiilr. lh(t tn a. f rW villi nntlc mull. Ynu twain tn feel that roil ara lltlna acaln. with nw atranath. new anerar. vim and pen tou aoon nrw ywir nlt Klnrrr. rcaularlr without help. Ixiwcla actlnc Try Natura'a Hemtdy fNlt Tablets) Imwrl nnd proya IhH. It la th" mrdlclna that you can ua nnd cwt Un contalnlna; rnouah only I4o itaya. Naturt'a to Ul twenty nv fttmady (Nil Tablata) la aold, your rrcummmdrO ty and lirufglaL nf MIT. WTir Han't nntl get your arstrm rmi tce!n tthl to lay lu nrercnina ruur nmallnatlon In n'ch ahnpi tluit roniiant iiruninn awin iyou If Von ran n I4a lux of Nstura'a named? (Nit una each nlftit tor Tablet,) nml taka n week or so. Nit TaMflf do rmjeh mors than liwel merely nUH leaant, Thla mntlrlna arta utn tha a, wall a ellinlnatlva ur- dlcaatlro r rl at rr Ir let uar-nlr- xl m I- R. E. McROBERTS, Unctter, Kentucky. Kentucky Farm Notes From Here And There Hen-ilenu- 1 i Walter Taylor and Tom Hoie, Lec County formers hove both placed Duroe Jcncy hog on their pure-bre- d form for the purpoie of atartlng n Mnu J. T. Wilton, Corytlon, herdi, according to n repure-bre- d White Vyn port of County Agent T. II. Jonea. County, hn ilotto pullca In her flock of 1G3 hcn Member of the boy' pig club in that laid 28 eirjra during Dfcembr, Lee County ore meeting unuiual sue-caccordlnK to n report made to CounIn their work, according to rety A cent. C. - Taylor Mm. Wll-o- n port from County Agent T. It. l conducting a poultry demona-tratio- n Jonri. One youngiter already ha with Mr. orders for all the pig ho will raise. farm In Taylor and the State College of He will receive flH to $20 apiece for them when they arc eight to ten More than 70 (Jravea County wceka old. meeting recently attended held at the Anderaon School near Loan Books Mayfleld by County Agent, H. H. Books are being written to help in alidr Mltrhrll. A let of lantern dealing with the dairy induitry and almost any business, trade or profesa talk on the Farm llureau wer sion. Kentucky Library Commission ha, many of theso ond lends featurei of the meetinir. Farm them to ony one in the State wishing County The Calloway with County to use them. The collection inBureau Agent J. U. (Janlner ha, ordered 100 cludes books on the following and buihela of Tenneaaee clover ieed to many other subjects: Automobile repairing, Carpenterle uicil by farmer in that county ing, Dry Cleaning, Klectric Railway during the coming apring. engineering, Farming, House PlanA the reiult of tho poultry being conducted ning. Oil anil Cool Mining, detail work with Ithoile laland lied, in Ijiwrence Buying and Selling, Itoad Building, county by the State College of Ag- Salesmanship, Sign Tainting, Steam riculture and County Agent, G. C, and Gas Hnginea. These may be borrowed by writBaker, a local produce dealer hai offered to pay a premium price for all ing the Kentucky Library Commishem weighing more than four and sion at Frankfort. The only expense is cost of postage. pound). f et Aurl-culture. far-me- n For farmer with headquarters nt Green, will sow a cover crop of sweet clover and uae nitrate of soda on his tree o n part of n new orchard management project which has Just started, according to n report of county ngent, W. II. Itoger. Horace Gribbons, n Marion Counnt ty farmer with hrndquartcr Ilradfordsville, Is planning to conduct an orchard demonstration In with county agent II. J. Childress. Mr Gribbons has a good orchard IG years old ond it will be pruned, sprayed and fertilized, according to Mr. Childress. Plans have practically been com pleted whereby Iiltue County far mere in the neighborhood of White City will have a cream station at that place. Fifteen new cowa have been placed In n local cow testing association, according to County Agent J. W. Jones. The new stat Ion will probably be established in the spring. Organizations of the Worren County White Plymouth Rock Poul try Association for the purpose of boosting the breed in that section of the state and amirting in the mar keting of poultry products was com pleted nt n recent meeting of the county's poultry raisers, according to a report of County Agent W. II. Rogers, Mrs. J. N. Harris, of Wood burn, is president,, Mrs. A. Y. Pat terson, and Fred A Kelley secretary-treasure- r of the new organization. The Western State Hospital nt Hopklnsville, Christian County, will plant 40 acre of strawberries and lime its entire farm as soon as pos sib!c, according to reports coming from county agent Lcland A. Hunch. A. J. Culver, a Christian County farmer who is conducting a poultry demonstration project in tion with county agent Leland Hunch and the State College of Agriculture realized o profit of 190 for December on his flock of 1,500 White Leghorn hens, according to a recent report which he mode. worked People. PEPTO-MANGA- TAKE Fortify Your " Syttam Good Hlood Will GUa You Now Strength To Kaap Wall. If you feel the least bit run down, not necessarily sick ,but tired nnd blue and sort of down ond out, It shows plainly that your power of re sistance is low. It is dangerous to go nround thnt way. You don't want to do it. Make no mistake about it, when ynu feel yourself slipping into lazy habits, getting indifferent to the things you naturally like no en ergy, no vigor, always tired it U time to look out. It may mean that you nre sick or that you will be. Hut thcro arc disease, that would have an easy time of it with your system when your blood has no fight ing qualities. You want to be well and keep well nnd feel strong. If you build up the quality of your blood by taking Pep- you will be in trim to fight olf winter ills. It has Just the right' ingredient to build your blood up with rich, red corpuscles. gives your blood the qualities it needs to pick you up and start you olT on n healthy basis, You will notice tho difference soon nfter you start taking it. You will have better color .better feeling and more energy- You can take it in liquid or tablet form as you prefer. Both have the same ingredients. Hut be sure you get the genuine Gudc's Pepto-Ma- n gnn. Ask for it by that name "Gudc'a nnd be sure the full name is on the package, (Advertisement.) Pepto-Mongnn Pepto-Mongnn- ," the the coming spring terests of the poultry stnndnrzation work being conducted by the State College of Agriculture has been In augurated by County Agent G. 11. Nanco In with the Old ham Cbunty White Rock Association. GENUINE This county is one of the mosti prominent White Plymouth Itock counties in the state and the results i of the work are shown by the fact' that n Maysvillo hatchery has placed orders at six cents apiece for nil the eggs mmbcrs of the association can supply between Fb, 0 and May 1, ac tobacco cording to n rport of Mr. Nance. for flood Orders which havo already come to the county Indicate thnt the association could sell threa times as many hatching eggs as they will bo able to produce during the coming few months. With ordinary eggs selling at thirty cents a dozen In the late Courtesy requires that you laugh spring and White Plymouth Rock heartily when your friend tells a eggs selling nt seventy-twcents a Joke. If you start at the wrong dozen, members of the association time he'll merely think he has Imestimate that by reason of the stan proved upon the telling. dardization work they will be realiz ing an additional $12.00 on each When a Judge seeks reelection he promptly announces thnt women Jurcrate they sell. Newly elected officers of the asso ors may wear their hot and powder ciation for the coming term arc F. G. their noses, but so far we havo not Staplcford, LnGrangc, president and heard of one who has had the courMYs. Rollic Garrett, of the mm age to declare a recess for the place, secretary- - BULL" DURHAM makes 50 cigarettes lUc o ASK US ABOUT CLUBBING OFFERS OF Courier Journal FOR 1921. SUBSCRIBE THROUGH US. WIFE FILES PLEA To Regain Allowance. Mrt. Rsbacca C. Cacil Seckt Cut Off In Separata Suit. 00 Fund BOURNE Ruben, the little son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Spirey has double pneu monia. Lemoy Is visiting his Mr. J cm brother. .Mr. rronk folger, near Robert 5 Drug St ore Sell In Lancaster THIS ADVICE WE WOULD GIVE ALL OUR TOBACCO GROWING FRIENDS AND CUSTOM-ERFOR WE THINK OUR MARKET IS AS GOOD AS ANY IN THE STATE. BE' A BOOSTER AND STICK TO YOUR HOME MARKET. S, one-hal- Having been deprived of a month' by a recent do ly allowance of cltion of the Court of Appeals In de daring void the appointment of a re eclver for Melrose Farm in Boyle County, Mrs. Rebecca T. Cecil, of Marccllua. Louisville, wife of James Granville Miss Lillian Pierce was the week Cecil, Danville, filed n motion before end guest of her couiin, Miss Lou Judge Arthur M. Wallace for a simi Ella Dolin. lor allowance during pendency of an Mrs. Nannie Spivey, of Louisville action for divorce instituted in is visiting her sons, Messrs. Dick and Louisville by Mr. Cecil. Roy Spivey It was explained by James Gar Bran, Miaad Faad, Kentucky Farm nctt, attorney for Mrs. Cecil, that at Faad, Barley Mal, Cotton Saad the time the receiver was appointed for the farm In litigation then pend Maal. Hudson and Farnau Mr .and Mrs. L. ing in tho Boyle Circuit Court, Mr. The children of E. Spcakc are very much Improved Cecil also had a suit for divorce pending there, and by an agreed or at this writing, MT. HEBRON THE UNIVERSAL CAR The Ford Coupe, with electric self starting and lighting system, has a lig, broail seat deeply upholstered. Sliding plate glass windows so that the hrccze can sweep right through the open ear. Or in case of a storm, the Coupe becomes a closed car, snug, Has and all the Ford economics in operation and maintenance. A car 'that lasts and serves satisfactorily as long as it lasts. Demountable rims with h tires all around. For the doctor and travelling salesman it is the ideal car. rain-produst-proo- f. 3j4-inc- Mrs. Lucy Preston Is visiting rcla Uvea in Jessamine county, Mrs. J. B. Dean Is confined to her room with throat trouble, Miss Eva Mcrriman spent the week Haselden Bros Garage. not Interested in any cor except Ford 11 s W. 0. RIGNEY. FiMiral Lancaster, Director and Embalmer. Residence Phone 33. OfficI?hooe 18." Kentucky. Inquiry at the county clerk's office elicited the fact that up to Saturday night license had been issued for 092 mortor vehicles in Fleming coun ty. This means that perhaps flo,-00- 0 will go from this county to help build roads up in Pulaski, where Morrow lives, and to other mountain counties, while we plod along in tho mud ns best we may. What docs Eddlo care? The dog tag market seems a dull as the tobacco market, and although some 2,200 dogs wero reported to the Tax Commissioner, only about 1,000 tag have been bought ond paid for, though all the precincts have not sent In their official returns as yet. That leaves a matter of 1,200 or so for J. D. Pumphrey to perform on, and the sheriff will have a busy time of It when the warrants begin to roll out against those who believed Eddie when ho promised to free." Flemlngsburg "set Tlge Emma Goldman says she it mighty Times Democrat. sick of sovelt Russia, and wants to The price of gasoline, however, return to America. But at that she can hardly realize how we felt to- continues lighter than tho air. It ward her. won't come dowa. end with relatives at Lancaster, Miss Emma Holtzclaw spent from Friday until Monday with homo folks. Brumfield Dlllard and Messrs. Harrison Dean were In Lexington Thursday. Rev. Manly, of Georgetown, will fulfill his appointment here Sunday morning and evening. Mr. Jno. Sanders nml Hnzel Ruth Hicks were Sunday guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. II. It. Montgomery Clover ssaj it cheapsr than it hat bcn for tavaral yaart. Lst ut book your ordar. Hudson and Farnau. Mrs. Spivey, of Louisville, who ha been nt the bedside of her grand-so- n the past week returned homo Sunday. Mt. Hebron Consolidated Tho school closed the first month on Friday with an average attendance of 103. Mrs. J. M. Vanderpool and daughter, Mis Hattie Lou, of Huena VIjU are with Mr. and Mrs. Russell Vanderpool. Tho Infant of Mr. and Mrs. Cron-le- y Hardwlck was laid to rest in tho Thursday Mt Hebron cemetery morning. Hazel Montgomery, Harry spivey, Mr. Leonard Crank and tho baby of Mr. ond Mrs. Russell Vanderpool arc ill with pneumonia. The other sick of this community are Improving. dcr, tho court authorized the re ceiver to pay the allowance to Mrs. Cecil .although the receivership pro cecdings had no connection with the divorce action. Mrs. Cecil defeated the divorce ac tion in Boyle county and subsequent ly moved to Louisville with two chil tire n, but the allowance was continu cd until the recent action of the Court of Appeals In holding that a receiver was not necessary for farm property. The allowance was paid monthly for four yeans prior to Jan uary 1, 1021. Mr. Cecil recently renewed efforts to obtain a divorce by filing on action here. One week was given to him In which to file u counter nlfl davit, and tho question of an allow ance will bo determined Thursday. The National Bank S. C. DENNY, Cashier. Notice OUR TERMS ARE STRICTLY Morrow's License Tax. 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 ui to drift back Into the credit business. We will hold our clerks responsible so do not ask them to break our rules. Respectfully, Becker & Ballard PHONE 27. BRYANTSVILLE, KENTUCKY. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday Feb 3, 192 1 GENUINE i Vulcan Plows and Repairs. We the have exclusive i agency for Plows, Points CONN BEOS. it LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS." Sell your Tobacco on the Lancaster Market. IE DC DEE EEI EE1C DG The Central Record Payable in Adtanca. J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. R. L .ELKIN, Local Editor nnd Mgr. Entered at the Tost Office in Lan Mail caster, Ky., as Second-Clas- s .Matter. Lucasler, Ky., Fcbroarj 3, 1921 Member Kentucky Press Association r THE AMERICAN PHKS3 ASSOCIATION Ralf, For Political Announcements. For Precinct and City Offices.. $5.00 10.00 For County Offices For State and District Offices.. 15.00 .10 For Calls, per line........... .10 For Cards, per lino For all publications in the inter-eof individuals or expression of individual views, per st line Obituaries, per lint ... 10 .OS Political Anouncement We are authoriicd to announce Rev. Ed Hubbard a candidate for the nomination for sheriff of GarranJ county, subject to the action of the Republican party. It Does And It Don't Does prohibition prphibit? It docs and St don't. There is a class of citizens who believe in the strict ob servance of a law ns long as the law is on the statute books. With them prohibition doe3 prohibit, although there are unquestionably times when at least n portion of them feel that intense longing for a "nip." There is another class who are law abiding in other matters, yet who do not draw the distinction quite as finely ns the strict observers. With them prohibition docs not always prohibit, for many of them wink one or both eyes when there is an opportunity to "put a little joy into life." There are still others to whom law is but an odious restraint upon their actions. They are becoming rich from an illicit trafTic in forbidden booze. But 'that is not all. There are those who are slaves to drink, and who would barter their souls for a quart or a pint. If they continue to guzzle the wood alcohol and other poisonous stulf that is sold for whiskey they will soon hnve no souls loft to barter. Of all the lawB thnt have been enacted by the congress of the United States, the pro hibition act is the most lumen table failure in so far as en forcing is concerned. It is openly defied in all sec tions of the country, and even peopk who supported it at the polls are beginning to wonder if the result has been worth the effort. Prohibition agents in the service of the government have connived nt its violations for graft. District attorneys are suspected of having become suddenly blind when men of inlluence have been dis covered in wholesale liquor transactions. State and municipal authorities are masters of inactivity when it comes to the prosecution of owners of saloons where liquor is peddled nt sky limit prices. And the courts but we should never criticise our fountains of justice, except to wonder at times what is beneath the thin veneer thnt cloaks at least a portion of them. Does prohibition prohibit? Even an answer to such a question is superfluous. This is not an editorial in support of prohibition, nor is it one in opposition to the cause. It is simply a cold statement of fact. Congress made the law, and its millions of friends rejoiced. The government, with all of its enormous resources and powers, is apparently impotent to enforce it. And its opponents are jubilant. That vast number of the populace who are between the two camps, who are not radi cal in either way, are rapidly becoming weary of the whole subject. To them it is a national joke. The Cash Habit. Many merchants and firms county are adopting the cash system and should they have done ao many months and years ago, how much better ofT would they, as well as their customers, have been, because everyone knows that one will buy more extravagantly when they are given six months and in some cases a year to make their payments. During the past year this was none oy many oi our mer chants and the result is that they are carrying thousands of dollars on their books, some of which they mny never collect, .much oi tins credit was given to tobacco tenants, who were so prosperous last year, and thinking they would rea lize a good price for their 1920 crop of tobacco, spent their money Invishly, in some cases, then failing to realize on their tobacco, left the merchant "to ho I'd the bag," as the saying of the city and goes. Many people who complain of high prices nnd other business ditficulties, help oxagcr- - 70 Adjutants and treasurers of teni PIthousand posts of the American Legion are busy collecting post, de CA partment nnd national due for the Report Indicate that year 1021. the "button membership," those who are members of the Legion but who to are behind In their dues, will be sub w stantially decreased. The clnriflcn w tion of the Legion's position In re gard to organised labor and political Everybody knows that we tell grocer, activity together with the vigorous fight It has made for the sick nnd and other foodstuffs, because most people H disabled war vctcrinna are believed CO tn to have rncouraged payment of due buy from us. It's a habit they have. and to have gained many thousands But how many people know that we of new members. n Dr. II. Grant Thorburn, of New to jo have a rare stock of distinctive APPETITE York, nnd Dr. II. Kennon Dunham, ui of Cincinnati, have been appointed TICKLERS those little delicacies that put w members of the Americnn Lgian Ui Committee on Hospitinllzntion. Dr. the D. M. in a Delicious Meal? It's a fact-- ask X goods. Thorburn Is a member of the faculty Hut even more important, it of the School of .Medicine of Columus about it next time vou come in. would relcnse many thousands bia University and examining physiO of dollars to be used right cian of the New York Tuberculosis to ! Association. Dr. Dunham is presiaround home for business en dent of the Ohio State Tuberculosis tcrpriscs, building houses, and Association and a professor at the H helping farmers flnancc their University of Cinclnnnti. He Is an W Sell your Tobacco on the Lancaster Market. money international authority in the field of O next crop. If more H 73 loans all roentgenology. were available for When members of tlm Dubois over the country, interest rates County, Ind. board of commission down, which heard complaints of breaches of eti would come would reduce one important quctte in care of the county flag, they placed ita guardianship in the expense of production. hands of Dubois County Post of the TO OUR A American Legion nt Jasper, the county seat. REMOVE i. It. Vernon, commander of the WE HAVE TWO OF THE BEST EQUIPPED Minnesota department of the Ameri FROM TOBACCO HOUSES IN CENTRAL KENTUCKY can I.rglon hat taken steps to pre-vthe discounting of government AND WE ARE ADVISED THAT PRICES PAID Colvin Asks. certificate!! issued to disabled soldiHERE ARE AS GOOD AS PAID AT OTHER MARInstructs County Boardt On Appoint, ers. He has asked the Federal Hoard of Vocational Education to ar KETS. BRING YOUR TOBACCO TO LANCASrange with icilernl reserve banks or mcnt Of 5uprintndnt. TER. THESE GENTLEMEN WILL TREAT YOU post offices to cash certificates with RIGHT. "County boards of education have out discount. If this can be done, no greater obligation and no great- disabled soldiers will be saved many put hundreds of dollar. to than er opportunity the office of county school suProfessional dancing master will perintendent upon n professional Instruct Nebraska Legionnaires in rather than a political basis," said ball room tactics, according to infor J. W. ELMORE, Cashier. Superintendent of Public Instruction mation received from Department LANCASTER. KY George Colvin In letters sent out re- Head Quarters. The movement de- cently to members of county boards. pcloped as a result of the success of At its first meeting on the first a class conducted by a woman memSaturday in March after organising, ber of the executive committee of grandson of Thomns Dunn Kngllsh much to give up Mr, Dawes as h each county board of education ha.t the Lincoln the power to appoint a county superof veterans from pay- former congressman, lecturer and was a popular lrgionaire, anil we reintendent whose term will begin Jan ing poll taxes was refused indorse, author of "Hen Holt," I.leutnant commend him to that good I'ost in uary, 1022, and in many counties. mcnt by Vermont American Legion English wns shell shocked at the I'nria Gay I'arie. We gladly welcome Mr. Croushorn as an officer of Superintendent Colvin said, "it will post commanders and adjutants and front. this I'ost and feel sure that he will be desirable to appoint the superin- members of the state executive comThe American Legion of Post tendent ns early ns possible to the mittee at a recent conference which Itcldal Sanford No. 36 met last Tues show that same good "pep." end that the county superintenwas attended by K. V. Galbraith, Jr., day night In The Hedial Sanford I'ost of tho the I. (). O. F. Hall. dent may not become Involved In National Commander of the Legion. Wtcr the business was disposed American Legion will meet hereafter of A bill which was introduced in the the the coming political campaign." meeting was turnd over for n the FIRST TUESDAY in each month I feel confident that no county state legislature did not meet with musical treat and smoker, at which at the Odd Fellows Lodge in Lanboard will appoint any person super- - the Legion's approval because time the "Huddles" present fold of caster, over Currey and (lullea men held that it was their their funniest experiences while In grocery. tendent because of political offilla-- j The local Iot rented from the Odd Fellows lodge this lion and when appointed no superin duty to pay taxes the same as any the service. room to hold their meetings for the tendent should be Inclined or per- other body of citizens. Mr. Andy Croushorn, of Hryants- - year 1021. mitted to participate in partisan poliThe compulsory study of Ameri- ville was elected Vice Commander of tics," said Superintendent Colvin. can history and civics In the public We will have an extra entertainin office schools, as recommended by Henry the local Post to fill out the unex Whcn--n superintendent pired time of Mr. Dawes, who left ment at the next meeting the first has proven himself conscientious and J. Ryan, chairman of the Americanweek for Paris to work in a TUESDAY in MARCH so "Huddles" capable Superintendent Colvin is of ism Commission of the American last a11 Ko bank of that city. We regret very the opinion that he should be reap- Legion, was indorsed at the first anpointed. nual state convention of the Indiana County boards may appoint a su- Department of the Legion' Auxiliperintendent for a term ranging ary. The principal speaker at the from one year to four yearn, the convention were Colonel I R. state commander, and Lemuel term to be determined solely by con sideration of the welfare of the Holies, national ndjutnnt of Legion. schools f the county. The conduct of member of the Superintendent Colvin said that no Hurry W. Congdon Post of the Legion should be appointed American superintendent at Ilridgeport who does not at the time of his ap Conn., Is so exemplary that'll has pointment hold n proper legal certi- enrolled four clergyman. The post ficate. No person should be appoint- - rolls include practically every procd superintendent who will not give fession and trade, but lawyers and his entire time to the office, and in doctors are the most numerous. at this; time Is that each and every case, he said, at least n living! The present commander is a lawyer, salary should be paid. The law! the two past commander arc a law- every onejof us meet our obligadoes not permit any salary I cm than yyr, and a physician and the medical profession also claim three members $1,200. In closing, Superintendent Colvin of the executive committee. tions. 1 Keep the old dollar movJr., National F. W. Galbraith. said: "Let me urge again that the chances of the children In each coun- Commander of the American Legion, ing andbusiness will ty depend largely upon the action of has Just returned from nn inspection board in the appointment of the of Legion posts in a number of Illinthe Included The character and ois cities. The itinerary superintendent. Preach' this doctrine and practhe conduct nnd the capacity of the Chlcugo, Springfield, Decatur, Auro-rperson appointed should, in every Rockford and Moose heart. At tice it. Start it today. Mail us case, be above suspicion. In making Springfield, the National Commander the board does not was greeted by Governor Len Small the appointment, a check for your account which represent any party, any faction or; A pilgrimnge was mndo to Lincoln's any section, but the whole county. tomb where Colonel Galbraith placed The schools of the county will be a wreath. The National Comman needs your attention and we'll what the county superintendent der also inspected several Illinois make them. It will not improve hospitals which lodge veterans of tho pass It on to those from whom the schools of any county to sup- World Wnr. He was accompained plant an incompetent or dishonest on the trip by Willium R. McCnuley, we buy. Commander, nnd Wilsuperintendent with one equally in- Department competent or dishonest." liam Q. Setliffe, Department Adjutant The state legislative committee of Lctlus hear from you at once. FOR RENT or SALE: 14 acres tho Missouri Department of the Am all In grass except 3 or 4 of land erican Legion will present to the acres in rye now and can be plowed state legislature bills which provide Yours Very Truly, for corn or tobacco. Three room for the following A $10 bonus for house, well, barn, and big range for every month of service of Missouri s mile chickens, from veterans: the desination of Novem Paint Lick, on the Wnlnctta pike, bcr 11th. a a legal holiday; the opposite the Francis place. legalization of boxing contests; that Mrs. W. F. Parks, 503 East .Main St, men shall have preferPhone 040, Rlcmohd Ky. It. ence in public employment and a re- and ROOMS FOR RENT: ONE large ntinronriation of the soldier' room for any kind of business, three sailors' memorial fund. Now York member of the Amcri adjoining same for light house keepSell your Tobacco on the Lancaster Market. can Legion are aiding In a search far ing In Paint Lick. Lieutenant Thoma Dunn English, W. F. Parks, 603 East Main St., Richmond Ky. formerly of the 78th. Division, and ate these conditions for every one by their persistent buying on credit. The credit habit adds to cost of living, it tics up the country's resources, nnd is a drag on all business. If every person in Lancas ter and Gnrrard county wouh pay his debts for home nm personal supplies, and hereaf ter pay cash, it would release a lot of local money now helt up In credits. The merchant who hns to borrow heavily to offset the debts the public owes him, could then pay off these loans. This would cut out the charge for interest nnd bnd debts which he now hns to add to the price of his American Lesion News'to MISSHOLLADA Y'SCANDIESU" u Tickle Your Appetite With Our Appetite Ticklers o h z lei u 2 Currey & Gulley. WORD FARMERS toSHiaiMVDS.AVavnOHSSIWcj OFFICE POLITICS , The Garrard Bank & Trust Co, on Gig-nillia- t, A NECESSITY bebrisker. n, three-fourth- HASELDEN BROS. AM-- The Central Record. Lancaster Ky. Thursday, Feb 3, 92 1 1 . The Lancaster Building & Loan ASSOCIATION. (KMpntel Take Mortage Loan from Its) member on weekly or monthly be-i- n Installments. Own n home paid for out of rent money by Building nml Loan Association. nn Inveitor In the Lancaster If not a borrower and want n saving account Invest your weekly or monthly avlngs. Your iwvings will soon be large enough to draw Intercut. J. E. ROBINSON, President Wm. 8. HOI'PKR. Sec't, & Tres. Mr. J. E. Storms I In Louisville where she I attending the annual midwinter meeting at tho Seelbach of tho Hoard of Director of tho Kentucky Federation of Woman' Clubt. Sho will also attend the Fifth district federation which will hold It nnual meeting at the lame time. Christine Sanders gave a most enjoynble dance Saturday eve ning In honor of her guest, Mis Mary Dan Durbln. Tho home was attractively decorated with potted plants and n most delicious two course menu was served. The affair proved n most delightful one and guests enjoyed about twenty-fiv- e Mis Sander's charming hospitality Mis Lancaster School Notes Entering upon the second term of the new school term the work has begun In earnest. All the books needed have arrived and all work straightened out. With the gmde starting out welt nnd the high school vowing to obtain an average of 90 per cent and be exempt from examinations, the work of the second term I hoped to be up to the standard of 100 per rent. The Senior Clan has decided to have n few picture of difTerent college framed for tho chool. About five have been selected and are now being frnmed. Thcte nro good picture and will be npprcdiatcd by have also every one. The senior decided to give about eight books to the school library among them some LUIYIBIN Steam. Hot Water and Furnace Heating ROOFING, GUTTERING SHEET METAL WORK. STOVE AND RANGE REPAIRING. Sell your Tobacco on the Lancaster Market. Shop Phone 69. b. d. McCarthy Lexington St. Lancaster, Ky. DO YOU WANT A NICE HOME with large Yard, Garden and Lots, with Water, Bath, etc. See J. W. Elmore about (he S. W. Moss place on Danville St. Will sell at a reasonable price as I cannot move to this place as I expected. CLARENCE GREEN. , Paint Lick.' Kv. " 5Jl ss Gossip About People vggg A Mr. Hallie Dunlap ipent Wednes day in Lexington. Mr. Joe Burnsldc, of Ijiwrence burg, I ipendlng n few day here Dr. W. M. Elllolt and Mr. E. W Morrow have been recent visitor In n.l.f Uotl ml W Goings by Thou Ik fVmlnsTt mkA Art fete mud In. Lexington. M it Mary Dan Durbln, of Cyn thlann, ha been tho guest of Miss Christine Sanders. Mini Mary Chestnut la ativei In Danville. viItln rcl- - Mrs. Hen Wood has returned from Mr. and Mr. F. H. Markabury a visit to relatives and friend in have been recent visitors In Danville. Klrhmond and Hcrca. Mis Tolly Hurke, of K. C. W., hat MIm Ivn Smith and mother have rented room at Mr. Joe Francis on been the guett of Miss Willie Chris Danville avenue. tine Sander at the Kcngarlan. Wednesday W. U left Mr. Mr. and Mr. Sam Goldenberg and for Hot Sprinti, Ark., where he will son, who have been guest of Mr ipend teveral weeks, and Mr. D. GuIIcy, have returned to Tennessee. Mr. and Mr. Jerae Walden, of returned Danville, attenled the funeral of Mr. Mr. (ieorge Green ha S. L. Leave)) Monday. from Virginia, where he wa called by the Illness of hi father, who i Mlsa Elisabeth Anderson wa call, improving slowly. from Cincinnati by the cd home Friends of "Unclu Dave" Hose are death of her brother, Mr. Ilnrry pleaded to sec him on the streets again nftur Wing confined to hi Mr. Jame Collier and daughter. home for evcral weeks. MUs Elisabeth, of Jellico, Tennessee, Mr. and Mr. Henry Schulte, of arc guest of Mr. and Mrs. U. D. Somerset, were the guest Sunday of Simpson. her home hi mother, who make Mary Owsltiy, of Trnnylv. .All with her daughter, Mr. and Mrs. X, nia, Lexington hat been spending a Miller. few day with her mother, Mr. Hal-H- e Dunlap. Carrie Misses Christine Sander. Kelle Homani, Minlne Mac ltoblnson 11. Maion and MUs Sue Mrs. W. Ilernice Champ, Mary Davis and Shelby Maton have returned from a Harne Dlckcrson, of Lexlng W. H. Cook Ka.tle few day vialt with Mr. at ton College, spent tho week-en- Ijon n. d in Danville. home. Mr. and Mr. It. A. Campbell and Dr. and Mrs. It. llrown, of Stan on, Hobby, of Milwaukee, are visit- ford, Mr. Ira Holuclaw, Miss Dove Jobnion on Dan- Harris, Mr. and Mr. Thompson, Mr ing Mit Elisabeth ville ttrcct. and Mr. W. It. Cook, of Danville, Mr. Dorn Wheeler, who hat been attended the funeral of Air. Harry v!itlnir her daughter, Mr. lien Anderson Sunday. Wood and Mr. Wood, ha returned to Dr. Dan Collier Klkln, of Atlanta her home near Danville. arrive tomorrow, for a week's visit Mrs. I. N. Millier and little daugh- - to hi parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert ter, Anna Wagers, returned home Klkln, before going to Huston as Wednesday, after (pending a week house surgeon of the Peter Uent Ilrigham Hospital of that city. with her parent in Kichmond. Mr. and Mrs. Itobert Spuake and The many friend of Mr. Henry' A. Moore are wind to know the is daughter, of Hyattsville, Miss Ida able to be out again, after being con- Speake, of Ilourne and Miss Mury fined to the house for the punt three Ilelle Holtzclaw, of Gilberts Creek, were pleasant guest for th day lust week. Friday, of Mr. and Mr. J. II. Witt. Mr. Jim Henry. w'ho has been The Woman's Club met Thursday here with spending severat month hi parents, Mr. ami Mr. Solon afternoon at their rooms on I.exing' Henry, left Wednesday for Eldorado, ton avenue. The house was culled to onler by Mr. W. M. Elliott and Arkana. after the rending of the minute the Dr. and Mr, Jack Casey are re- meeting wu turned over to Miss joicing over the arrival of a little Martha (illl, who read an excellent girl, who was born Saturday morning pa(er on the "General Epistles." at their home on Dunvillo avenue. There wcrr about twenty-fou- r mem Many friend extern! good wishes. ber present WE NEED WHAT Y00 OWE US. I I AN EARLY SETTLEMENT WILL BE GREATLY APPRECIATED. I The recital given by tho music dc FOR SALE: Some nice Bourbon partment of the High School at the Red turkey hens nnd gobblers. School Auditorium .Saturday after Classified Column Mrs. S. C. Rigsby, was largely attended noon and Stanford, Ky. Route No. 4. thoroughly enjoyed by the audience, RATES i Q This department I under tho dlrcc FOR SALE: A few select S. C. tlon of Mrs. Mae Hughe Noland Slnglo insertions lc a word jfj Tlje pupil rendered their selection White Leghorn pullets nnd yearling No ad taken for less than 20c ft chnrmingly and an appreciative audi hens. For $2.50 each if taken at in this column. No nd in this 5 once. Thi is n splendid bargain an ence greeted each number with ap much needed English books. visited A traveling photographer column charged. plauftc. g both pullet and hens are laying. the school Inst week taking photo- g We have more than we have room Seven Insertions for the Mr. Haymond Ingram and Mr. In graph of each pupil and teacher. 3 for. Write or phono Dixie Poultry gram arc entertaining thi week the Six pictures will be made of each 3 price of five. Farm, Brynntsville, Ky. Phone orders must be paid following bevy of beauties: Misses person, one being given free nnd 5 Klmcta Hlnton, of Paris, Ky.; Ellen other sold at' 10 cents apiece. The 3. promptly. 5 Clayton, of Harlan, I.eln Stone pupils posed in a desk clow to the. 5 Notice. Wakefield of Shelbyvillc, and Jnne window, thereby giving the picture Holling, county. A plenty of light. Mr. Fleece Hratton All persons having claims against of Garrard WANTED: To trade a gentle the estate of Dr. A. S. Price, will number of functions have been plan had the honor of getting his picture mare for 1920 Ford with starter. present them to the undersigned, ned in conpllment to this merry taken twice ,but it M thought they G. C. Walker. properly verified, before Feb. 15th. houseparty. The party will go to must have had to take two to get Harrodtburg on Friday evening to him in. FOR SALE or RENT: New six All person indebted to said estate, room Hungalow on Hncldcn Heights plcnsc settle same at once. attend the dance there, It would be Recital Mrs. Snbrn Pricc.Executrix. mighty hard to find n more charm W. U. Moss, Jr. A Kecital, under the direction of ing or beautiful or more rcprescntn We are selling everything at cost. tlye party of young belle than the Mrs. May N'oland was given by the J. R. Mount and Co. Sweet Clover piano department of the school Satabove. Danville Messenger. - 20-t- f. urday afternoon in the tchool AudiA very beautiful dinner wa scrV' torium. Nearly nil the pupils took Honey. Long t distance moving nnd all cd at the home of Mr. and Mr Theo part in the recital from the youngSow invect clover, chenper and Cotton, near Danville in honor of Mr. est beginner to the formott advanced kinds of job work. Call Jack Phone 2S7. better than red clover. Buy direct birthdny. Cotton's Those ones. The recital which began with from grower, special scarified seed present were Mr. and Mr. L. II n quartette by the older girls and FOR SALE: A lot of clover and for prompt germination. Prices nnd Hrown, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Catron ended with a trio by the younger pu timothy hay. (mixed.) Also prices on circulars free. Mr. and Mrs. O. J, Hendren, Mr. and pils, wa one of the best mid-ye2- - t. J. W. Elmore. honey. John A. Shechan, .Mrs. E. F. Park, Mr. W. M. Hen recital ever given here. Every one R. F. D. No. 4. Fulmouth, Ky. dren and children, Mr. and Mr. John is glad that the department has re FOR SALE: A few Hluc Grass 11. Gibson nnd son, Mr. and Mrs. H midnewed tho custom of having n seed at 2.00 per bushel. Phone J. Cotton nnd children, Rev. and Mrs, year recital. They have not been 3K!-J- . W. M. Comett. II. M. Shouse nnd children, Mr. and nblc to give n recital nt this time for HUCKEYE Mrs. M. T. Minor, Mr and Mrs. J. A the last two year on account of the Cotton and son, Nathan, Muster Geo flu nnd weather. All the persons FOR SALE: Jersey milk cow and Miss Flora Price Is visiting Mrs. Allen nml MLi Allcne Cotton, Miss who attended are looking forward to calf fresh and good milker. Three Dewey Price. Tlllu Itice Logan. An enjoyable day the recital which the department and one-hamiles on Huckcyc pike. Obelisk, the Blue Ribbon Premium was spent by all and will be long re hope to give in March. John Prnthcr. (lour. Hudson and Farnasi. membered. All wish Mr. Cotton Mr. Strother gave n very interest Mr. R. Z. Price spent Thursday FARM WANTED: Wanted to many more happy birthday. ing talk in chapel last Tuesday morn hear from owner of farm or good night with Mr nnd Mrs. Dewey Price. Tho lecture on "Interior Decora ing. Mr. Taylor, of near Bee Lick Is land for sale, worth' the price asked. We arc glad to say that Mr. Fleece tion" by Mrs. Grace Wllmot, of New L. Jones, Box 551, Olncy, III. visiting his daughter, Mrs. Lucas Hratton has returned toi York, Tuesday afternoon at the Op ltoblnson Foster. era house pleased a very large audi school after an absence of a few Mr. L. M. Crutchfield of Nlcholasr ence, nnd wa both instructive and days. FARM WANTED: Would like to; ville, visited Mr. Hiram Ray the first entertaining. Mrs. Wllmot was In rent 150 or 200 acre farm on shares. of the week. In 1 II. S. troduced by Mrs. W. M. Elliott in a Teachers are the best, in - II. S. . Have four steady boys and do our Mis Vcrna Ray is In Madison with charming manner. She wa a splen- Athletics are the strongest, own work. See or write J. A. Conn, her grandmother, Mrs. Wiley for a did speaker and her talk was of great Lessons nrc the longest, Jr., Box 77, Lancaster, Ky. few week's visit. interest ns it was applied to the Exams are the damd'est in L. II. S. Mrs. Robert Davis, of Jessnmlno walls, windows and tloors of the Pep is the peppiest In - II. S. For sale or exchange for well im- county has been visiting Mr. Frank home. She said that simple and in Girl are tho sweetest. proved farm: A house on Maple Land nnd family. expensive furnishing and deenrn Hoy are the meanest in L. II. S. Avenue In Danville, 10 room, Mr. Bert Prnthcr of Madison countions can bo made very artistic and Subject are the latest, that nature can always be depended The principal Is the greatest In furnace, lights, water, gas, barn nnd ty, spent Saturday night and Sunday other outbuilding and large lot. upon ns a safe guide for colors. with his nunt, Mrs. R. W. Sanders. L. H. S. Georgia Anderson, Danville, Ky. The picture shown to illustrate her will Rev. Price, of Louisville (1:27-CU- ) 393 Maple Avenue. ideas were very attractive. This Grins And Groans. preach here Saturday P. M. nt 2:30 lecture was under the iiutptces of the Earl told Elsie of his love, Pure Standing Hurley Tobacco o'clock and Sunday A. M. at 11 Woman's Club. Tire color left her cheeks, Seed for sale J2.00 per ounce. I o'clock, Feb. Cth. Hut on tho shoulder of his coat News has been received by relaam giving away a bushel of seed com 111. It showed for several weeks. to the customer that buys four ounces tives of the nrrivnl of a daughter of seed. This corn shell 70 ear to Jan. 28th. at the home of Mr. nnd Friend in Ijincnster will be sorry Prof. Boyd "Humilton, why were the busncl. B.F. Kellcy, Lancaster," Mrs. Cecil Gullcy in Nichotasville. to hear of the critical illness of Mr. you late?" Ky., R. F. D. No, I. Box 173. The mother was formerly Miss BarK. C. Harnard nt his homo in Wash "Hamilton "Clas began before bara Gulley, of thin place. ington City, where tittle hope is held I got there." out for hi recovery. S. I). Cochran "I believe I'll raise some eggplant" Beats Tobacco. Henry Moored "Yes, that would Quince Hick sold to the be better than raising hens." tcr Poultry house February 1st. 110 Clyde Holtictnw "How about rooster of hi own raising for one some d for butter." hundred nnd thirty-liv- e dollars Teacher "Kogcr, will you tell me Don't that beat tobacco? what a conjunction is and compose n See Shadow. sentence containing one?" Kogcr "A conjunction is a word The groundhog fniled to lee hi shadow yesterday, as the day was connecting anything, such as, "Tho --- w, isjiit. ctv zna-'. dark and cloudy. Hi "hogship" will horse is hitched to the fence by the "Hnlter is a conjunction halter." now remain on the outside and the It beautiful weather of the post two because connect the horse and the fence." months will continue. Jnne "Why didn't you tell me I had n spot of rouge on my nose?" OLIVER CHILLED Eugene "How do I know where Judge J. P- Prnthcr wm eighty yesterday anil line you wnnt to wear your complexion'" yi'ur "young" tho groundhog, he came, out nnd says The teacher had been trying to! Hill winter I over. Judge Is to be con teach the pupils when to say saw and who when gratulated and has many friends to ay seen Teacher "When Plow Points of All Kinds and Repairs. wish for him mnny more yenr of do you say saw, S. I).?" health and happines. S. P. "When you milk the cow." I 1.27-2t.-p- d. Executrix And Col-tin- lf I- I- Critically milk-wee- Didn't SEE OUR LINE OF Celebrates Birthday. - ST PLOWS Syracuse Side and Land Plows I I SANDER'S VARIETY STORE i what three words do you use most in school?" Mit Wcstover has returned from Hazel "I don't know." Lexington where she has been with MUs Sexton "Correct, sit down." children for treatment. One girl in her 'teens, see for the first time the features of her family und friends. Tho other a small boy with vision Salesmen and Collectors. Apply to ca.ua! o that of an aged man, ha Singer Sewing Machine Co. Phone i.i't.'jt been corrected up to normal with ?? ,, ... . n...iu.. .. ,111V, glasses. Cheap Incubator I FOR SALE: thl kind of service worth and Steel while? The Ited Cross Is planning and Ilrooder, Mailable and Ranges, to give every child In Garrard coun- Sangcs, Cast Cook ty an opportunity to have his physi and Wagon Harness, Collars, cal defects corrected as fast as funds Pads and Check lines. and hospital beds are available. J. R. Mount and Company. Miss Sexton-r-"Hnzel, Red Cross Good Work. Collars, Pads. Bridles, Back Bands, Trace Chains, Etc. Wanted. u-- ! all our wants for the spring work and are reducing prices on many things that you will need. Come In and be convinced. We are well prepared to take care of Goodloe & Walker Bros Sell your Tobacco or the Lancaster Market Th Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Fab 3 92 1 1 . a ries and Is ready to send them to From every pulpit. In Kentucky, an any group of people anywhere In the lsttead ol removing esuet. appeal will be made Sunday, Febru State who wants books to read. Why bother with ILImentt ami nry flth., for funds to save the in These may be had by writtlng to the lotioni lor rheumatic palni, backache, at Frnnkfort. The Uiff o!nH, mic ntiuclet, biliouincii, habitants of those great Chinese pro Commission net vouneM,floitlnfJip'kt In he vWIon, vinres where the crop fnlluro is com libraries nrc rent out in rases, fifty! puffy poncho unJer Ibe crei, distinrw, plcte and 40,000,000 persons face volumes in n case, nnd msy be kept) of other rmploms ci kidney troubb when the ktdneyi can be nude well and starvation. The Rev. Dr. K. Y. Mul for six months. The only charge tron, Ihui removing the eauie ol th tins, chairman of the China Famine is fL'.OO to cover shipping costs. lymptomir Fund in Kentucky has received rc Stories, books of trnvel, history, plies from the minister of nil denom children's books, nrc some of the sub (nations In the State indicating thnt jects covered. Some libraries arc IrouM tti MJJr boa eJ lo the answer to his appeal for tho ob made up entirely for children's use lift br m nJ woram wdh aM wmt tnr or nftran akk aiuut W i.kaoti 7 M servance of Sunday, February Oth. in the schools. Any teacher enn get rlM mnUn rr'.ra. Tkr xra tol J .tfe4itl.i. not wrtU ma aiht I wttt cnlf U Ino l4 U ik lroM. Imllor.il.l to'Ar Ur aak. Vuutt Imlr." also Hoy Scout lins China Relief Sunday, will be near one. There nre -- rik.iwf.ot dujrilmJ fr W.II.f aadMi braries and Farmers' libraries. Tho IMotH aad U.J4.f. Tkr klp tW. kid.t ly 100 per cent. Nf fata St. Smaloa, Fa. mni vnton Itirow oal nl Ih Mood lti IVM ow lln lpon The active campaign for funds will latter contain fifteen books and may rCK ONLY THUtt Mr lfbl. HOURS. "MOTHER'S nUEND" UKD. COMPARED WITH FOUR open about the ICth. of February. be borrowed In addition to a general 11 Vl.i.. S. O. W WrMntrr. X n.f BATS 9UTTuUm2 WITHOUT JT The StAte "I The nppolntment of Dr. Milling by library of fifty volumes. Tin... Aiok.wlik kW.. ."J hl.Ur inmbl lof lk "'"'J "IVfnre ua1n Umin'i rum I mffrf. fmq WIm (Jl WVtiULJB tr Int President Wilson, having been pre furnishes these books for the educa ii ar mil fuiklar. with rfcHd I iml Mctnu kir ytt bet in rmt in yttt. T t flr itl i Xl II IP M.IW IL rata and waa skk mJvair about hn turn." tion nnd recreation of it citizens. liminary to the drive so that he could o uf tf w 0UVE yAWZS- nnwlr im coupons, a perfect i. an organltation. Joseph fm rWJi Hurge has been appointed treasurer Lee mat TU STORMES DRUG STORE tmmn Mm W ssW aW Umtut J for the State and Chairmen in rach alOTWCR S First Thought In Drugs Stfwlr WARNMCl FBlaVfD. county will be namd this week. The JfUUtpltl mtt. KY. LANCASTER, state executive committee Is now Maa" ad milt n lU ikft vU may caaM Awas uAaa4 hogs hovel Aq Two more pure-bre- d being mode up and will be composed been addctl to farms In l.ce county, of seven or nine men. according to a report from County As pointed out in the President's GUY. BRADrnxn iu:cutATOR co. proclamation, the Chinese people Agent, T. II. Jones. T. T. Ilrandcn- D.. Jl. AtWMa, (U. burg, of Heidelberg and Mr. Crit look to America as their benefactor. Mrs. C R .Henry was with LankS m MOIIIOUtofo aai IV, BAJdY. Cox, in the Miller's Creek Station In view of the political situation in caster friends .Monday. N.m. the Orient, many Kentucky ministers nre the new owners. Mr. Hrnndcn Mrs. Sen Smith spent the past burg purchased a Poland China gilt St, R. r D who have served as missionaries both UMdhrExprdMt Mothers week with Mr. nnd Mrs. J. 1'. Foley. Town In China and Japan, say the relief and Mr. Cox n boar of the same Three tiencratioruk fw ....M..H3t. gilt is the second Mr. Alfred Poyntcr and children niTordcd to the Chinese at this time breed. Mr. Cox's visited Mrs. William Unc recently. one that he had purchased recently. will do much to strengthen the spirit nd for Miss Hose Turner, of Lancaster, Mrs. John Osborn and niece. Miss of alliance between China and Amer was a visitor in this vicinity last Lu Annn Osborn, spent Monday af ica. Brings $11,300 Every woman swka haprjincaa na tho thing to bo moat desired. Sows Jortunatelr. tr right to hanmncas Li denied to no woman. regariUeas of her week. ternoon with Mrs. Wm. Rornes and Lafayette, Ind. Announcement of sphere In life. The first aftd forcmbat raaenUal U gnxj health. For, without daughters, Misses Mollie and Ethel Mr. J. P. Foley was a visitor Sunthe sale of Model (iiantess Third, a Rood health, strive afUr happmeas as she may, It U bar roach. If ahn Swope day aftcrnon of Mr. nnd Mrs. J. L. Barnes. cei the advlco big Poland China, said to be the big 'I,1! Dt.J. IlradneUi'a of thousands of worsen, who hare brn benaflUd. ahe wQI take FomaU KegulaUir- -a tonic for women and for troebla Yantis. gest brood sow In the world, for $11, Mr. 7.. T. Rice, Sr.. of Richmond, His Pillar to their aex. which has tiecn aoW by drur storra for tnora hUfiEO rears Mils Daysic Uunnells visited Miss- was the guest Friday of his son, 300 was made recently. The sow Dr. J, JkadfleU's Famaia Raajulator U cut up in$L00 bottiea. es Ethel and Mollic Marncs the past Harry and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Sutton. Washington, Another chapter in was sold by the Cuthbert Hros., at week-enMr. Harry D. Rice left Tuesday the controversy between Represent Oxford, Ind., to Itay Atkinson, of You can always tell when a fellow Mr. and Mrs. James Marsee visited for Lcxintrton to take a Pott Gradu tatlve King Swope, Republican, of Fowler.Ind. The sow's spring litter There's a master mind In every home, but sometimes it isn't spelled has reached his dotage. He calls her her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John ate Course at the Experiment Kentucky, and Vernon Richardson, of pigs was sold for $15,000. Democrat, Deputy Collector of In his "wonder girl." White Sunday. Station. that way. There's a fellow around these ternal Revenue, of Danville, Ky., was Wisemen of the world would soon Yes, William, spring is ambling added Friday when Mr. Swope issued parts who repeatedly proclaims his willingness to die for his country, right along. Hut it has no original-It- y become bored if it were not for fools the following statement: who alford them amuiemenU it does the same each year. "The report thot the charges but he never sets a date. against Vernon Richardson, Deputy Collector, have been dismissed is wholly untrue. Action that was taken in the matter was while I was kenis in in Panama and in the absence of the we exhibits and proofs in my possession. by In other words, a summary action home had been taken before the formal on charges had been preferred. ReKET cently when the commissioner was shown that fact the case was ordered to be reopened. BANK. NATIONAL r I proposed to show that Richard son only neglected his office, but has OF LANCASTER KENTUCKY. been violating the rules of the de L. G. DAVIDSON, Cashier. partment by publishing political arCorner PuMIc Squar and Danrilla Street, i ticles of a personal nature that contain no element of truth. There SURPLUS $60,000.00 CAPITOL $50,000.00 are other facta even more serious WE STRIVE TO SERVE. than I propose to disclose, and If ap I of As propriate action be not taken, I ex pect to place facts before the House of Representatives and sec whether will on the present administration is willing to permit a man with record to hold a responsible position. As soon as a new district attorney Is appointed I expect to submit other facts before the Federal grand jury for investi gation and proper action." At the Bureau of Internal Re ONE venue it was announced that the case will be reopened to permit Mr. Swope on the Lexington six miles his to submit any additional evidence he may have. Mr. Richardson form- sell to following: erly was secretary to the late Senator Ollie James. Don't Suffer MANY men snd women ire iuffcr!o treating effects Ihcy lJr ' !: froiiJ William Walker and Mesdames Henry Tuttle were with Lancaster friends Monday. The many friends of Milton Ward will regret to hear he has been quite ill the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Olllc Graham and baby spent Sundny with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tuttle. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Doolln had for their guests Snturday Mr. and Mrs. Oscnr Lewis of Judion. Mr. and .Mrs. John Prather were Sundny visitors of Mesdames Matilda Collins nnd John Doolin, Mrs. James Yantis was the dinner Kuest Tuesday of Mr. nnd Mrs. Dns-coPclphrey of Lancaster. William Walker Mr. and Mrs. spent Friday with their daughter, Mrs. Roy Prnthcr, of McCrenry. Ilaro you a sack of Oballttc flour In your homo today? Hudson V Farnau. Mr. and Mrs. Mllcy Heaxlcy nnd little Miss Josephine Gorden Heaxlcy spent Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. William Kinder. Messrs. Kllis Creech and Clifford Miller, of Ohio, were guests Monday Milton night of Mesdames Ward nnd C It. Henry. Misses Lu Anna Osborn, Daysle Runells and Mollte and Kthcl Barnes were Sunday visitors of Misses Lucy nnd Nolle Turner. Mr. and Mrs. William Gripes and Misses Lcota nnd Marie Griggs were recent guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. Robert Yater, of Tentersville. Mr. and Mrs. John Morris nnd children, nftrr a visit with Mr. nnd Mrs. A. N. Merida have returned to their home in Rockcastle. m APPEALS FROM Books Of Kentucky THE PULPIT Library Can Be Borrowed For The For The China Famine Asking. Fund On Sunday The Kentucky Library Commission has some new Traveling LibraFebruary 6th. d tersely Hated, MoTHti'i Fmtnb it Just exactly what the a menu ana nup to teouxrs. It hs been mdo m4'oM for mere (tea lulf a century. If it did net poeB the value claJned or k, MoTHKi'a FtrtND could not pouihly have renilMd on the martrt. For e4y that which Is reslly worth whilo sad beae&ckl caa turvke. The mothers who arprrcUie Monica' Fshlvd (be raett, and nho are loudest fa their praise of ft, are those who unfortunately did net uie it with their first baby, and who, through its use with the second oae, were able to futty realize the relief It rave them. WONT EVEN NEED THE DOCTOR wfMr ,"Dr IHrat I amuua. It dM ayiikaia la anr nase atmrt MOTMaa'f ma Kuril wvuMal a vttfwut It If II na II.M a, tall. WHk mr flral rMkfcnat I had a dnrtor ixl a tinrx anl lhn UT kail ti uaa taatnaamta, kit Ith mr Iwt twn rhAIrr 1 uolr ktd hast no tln Mm) In rrl a darlw t raoaa I ak Wn oajf Slmtfy nnpitfi ts tl nl ul MM w ira I nt Farmers Increase BaJb--rV- as. TriJr Pnr.Rrrl TWfitffcfaa. Health Happiness Women Repeats Charges. To Our Friends and Customers Lancaster has as good tobacco market as there the state of tucky and would advise you to county and sell stand your your tobacco the lancaster mar. CITIZENS Fiilit ale Administrator of the estate Thomas O'Hearn, deceased, To The Friday. Feb. AT :-- I Ith. 1921 at O'CLOCK from Lancaster, late residence, the highest and best bidder the One pike. The Zero Hour. A captain In the merchant marine commendation who received much for his wonderful courage and endurance during the war was asked to ad AUTHORIZED TO INDICT dress a meeting In the West. 1st. Some corn in crib. Tnft spoke first nnd at conNOT siderable length, and when ho had ALL OWNERS OF DOGS WHO HAVE drag harrow; one cultivator, one two Farming Implements finished tho audience arose, almost THEM THIS to a man, to leave the building. The horse sled, one cutting harrow, one turning plow, one PURCHASED TAGS FOR e plow, one chairman sprang to his feet, rushed YEAR, AND SHALL DO SO AT THE NEXT to the edge of the platform, and one horse corn drill with fertilize attachment; one Kirstin stump puller, cxcidcdly: "Come back, COUNTY called one of youi This man went one hog box; two double shovel plows; one two horse wagon, one mow TERM OF THE GARRARD every through hell for us during the war, GRAND JURY. THIS ORDER WAS SENT and it Is up to us now to do the same ing machine; one two horse corn planter; 4 hemp brakes; one 50 gallon for him." Christian Register, ME FROM FRANKFORT AND I AM SUB- - voa. nu r.ovomco ' oil tank. JECT TO INDICTMENT IF I FAIL TO DO Clay Farmers To Household Goods: - One old fashioned piano; one washing ma MY DUTY. Prune Orchards. chine; one Majestic range; one oak bed room suit; one White R. sewing BY SECURING YOUR TAGS RIGHT Clay county farmers are display machine; one 9x12 Congoleum rug and other things too numerous to ing greater interest in the better care AWAY YOU MAY SAVE YOURSELF of their orchards, according to re mention. ports coming from County Agent Earl Mayhew's office. Two pruning PROSECUTION AND HEAVY FINE. Terms easy and made known on day of sale. I HAVE BEEN One dry cow, one milk cow, two yearling heifers, LIVE STOCK one calf; one family mare, nine years old; one mare in foal to Jack, age ten years; 2 two year old colts, broke to work. One yearling mule; one pair aged horse mules; one suckling mule, one brood sow, farrow March hill-sid- A, E. Walker, SHERIFF OF GARRARD COUNTY. dmonstrations, on apple and peach trees which were recently held by him in different parts of the county attracted a large group of farmer who came to gather Information con cerning the better care of the trees on their farm. A. T. Scott, T. D. O'HEAIN, Admr. Auctioneer. W- I Th Central Record. Lancastei , Ky., Thursday Feb 3, 92 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 T0BACCI1 WAREHOUSE CO STANFORD STREET, W. A. SPEITH, Incorporated JAKE GRAW, LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. JOE KELLEY Floor Manager. Manager. Starter. (I n week at this writing it 1 giving it." him some pain and trouble. The Dr. Elic "Ruth will you please take Mr Raymond Goodrich has pneu hns ordered him to stay at home and this note to A. B." Mr. Luhnd llardwick is quite Ill keep quiet. monla. at this wining. Ruth' eye getting big and in Sorno men draw leironi In the gar Mr. R. II. Gilbert was in Lcxing earnest. "Oh, not I am afraid of Of court-- , if you haven't an auto 111m Agnes Kay is visiting her 7th. and 8th. Grade School Notts. Mr. Gilbert." ton shopping Saturday. you arc tot entirely out of luck. den of love, but even thy aro an im couiin, .Wis Lillian Murphy. You have ihe pleasure of doling prorvmcnt over the pentimmons the Miss Scott was absent from school Dr. II. J. Patrick was on the sick Miss Scott "Neuel, please comThe friends of Miss Evelyn lllcks women occasionally ut- them. Thursday, Miss Stella West filling pare good." list several days last week. of her illncM. are norry to learn N'cuel waking up, "Good, goodest, Mr. O. L. Hammack has been on her place. Mr. Harrison ilay spent .Monday the sick list the past week. Miss Lucille Davis i doing some goodcr." with hi brother, G. N. Itay, who is as the 7th. We are sorry to report Mrs. Geo. better in Arithmetic Miss Scott "Ruth, If you were quite ill. fSrade is working in "Interest" and going to take a trip to Europe what Noe not so well this week. Mis Davis. The fimncrs of this community Miss Klizabetli Walker, of College, rather hard for route would you take!" are discouraged at the price tabttc- - spent the week end at home. Mis Elsie Koop still can't get (Ruth waking up and looking at ea i bringing, things Axed to suit her taste in the her watch) "Yes'um it Is 10 minutes Itev. Skaggs has been In Louii until two. Mira Verrelia Kay entertained at ville all week, having his eyea treat nchool room. dinner Tuesday Miss Agnes Kay and ed. The Eighth Grade hates to give up Mr. Robert King wishes that iw Mr. filmie (Clark. their fine class mate and chum Mr. many of the Freshmen, one especialMiss Mary Walker's Sanday school Ernest Henderson, who is going ly would not call so often for his Mia Lillian Miirphey has been the class met with Mrs. Geo. Conn South for the rest of the year. fountain pen. pleasant guest of her couiin, MUs The 8th. Grado pupils are sure The Great Paper of the Southland Ida Murphy, fo Lancaster. Mrs. G. II. Trradway has been iloon, now, the gnu will begin to We, thank you, arc perfectly satU-fit.- ) with 1021. Karh day U quite a grow sgaln, but don't let it be umler your feet. we expected It to be. JUDSON. PAINT LICK c&e Louisville Courier-Journ- al , is ably edited; it in mnu The Courier-Journnnd diirnified in its handling of news; it in fearless, yet fair, in itri editorial utterance; nnd it always will be found the champion of clean government. ni surpasses nil its competiThe Courier-Journequipment for Retting the news of the day, tors in because it has not only the Associated Press dispatches but the full wire service of the New York Times. In addition it mnintnins staff correspondent at Frankfort nnd at Washington. al No Kentucky Home la Complete Without It. Ily special Arrangement we are now able to otTcr eQie Daily Courier-JournAND THE al !$b Central Record BOTH ONE YEAR, BY MAIL, FOR ONLY $8.00. Till olTcr applies to renewal at well as new subscrlp-tionj, but only to peoplo living In Kentucky, Tennessee or New subscription may, if desired, start at a later date, and renewal will data from expiration of present ones. If you prefer an evening newspaper, you may substitute The Louisville Time for The Courier-JournaSend or bring your orders to the office of l. (& Central Record Laicaitcr, Ky. studying up getting ready for the .Mr. .Mary Lane are confined to the house with a severe county exams. glad to know she is up in brr mean colli. Mr. Carl Drown, tho janitor of the after several weeks Ulncas. Miss Manrrvta Spurlock is with school goca to sleep every aftempon Mr. and Mn. James Thomas wcti her sister, Mrs. X. M. Burgcs for a before he gets to tho 7th and 8th guest Friday .and Saturday of hor visit. grade rooms. We do wish he would Little Miss Doris Lynn, who ha stay awake for one afternoon. luircntrs, Mr. and Mr. Sim Clark. had pneumonia is not so well at this Mr. Gilbert visited our room FriNow i. tho tim to buy your clovar writing. day morning and fixed our stove. Land (hat hat brn work. 4 Mr. R. L. Elkin was a visitor In hard for year. should L Mr. N'cwcl Ilcaxlcy ha been comd to clor.r. Lae u. book yovr or-d-.r Paint Lick last week in the interest ing to school regular for tho last two .of his paper. today. Hudson and Farnaa. weeks. (Something unusual.) Mr. Willie Roger vill preach at Mr. and .Mrs. Cronley Ilardirlck Mr. itufus Urown has been absent Mt, Tabor Sunday morning in the ab had the misfortune to lose their baby for the last two weeks but sent quite sence of the pastor, Iter. Skaggs. a lot of mail to school ,by his brother. and home Thursday morning by fire. Mrs. Nettie Jewell, of Blooming Mr. llardwirk is suffering with burns Mr. Gilbert say he I going to which he reteived, trying to rescue Urn is here for n visit to her slater, atop up the hole in tho petition but Mn- - Martha Ely and other relatives. his child from the Arc what will the High School do. They Itev. C. A. Van Winkle of Uerea, can't sharpen their pencils. llardwick pruarhed two very interesting ser Thu that were In the One of the saddest accident of this mons at the Christian Church here Eighth Grade last year have taken community was when it was laemed Sunday. the "H. S. big head" so bad they Thursday morning that the home of Missea Margaret and Clara High can't come back and see us. Mr. Cronley llardwick was destroyed land, of Covington, were week-enThe Seventh and Eighth Grade by fire and burning their little visitor of their grandmother, Mr. were very sorry to give up Miss Lucy daughter, Elizabeth 1'onL She was Martha Ely. Francis for wo loved her in school only one year and ten days old and Red, Alllke, Sapling, Long Whlta and we have found that she taught their only child, She was loved by Clover, Timothy, Red Top, us some good lessons while she was every one who knew her. This little Swt Orchard grass, Kentucky Blue Grass here, but ML Scott is trying to All flower was loaned to them for a litSeed. Hudson and Farnau. the fine place she vacated. tle whllu and should make Heaven Ruth and Elsie aro studying up Mr. K. - Hill ha been In Rich seem dearer and sweeter to them. mond the past two weeks closing his on the most important questions in The dear parent can be comforted for the Lord has said, "Blessed are business at that place. Mr. Hill History, dreading the County exams. Ml the pure in heart for they shall see and children have been with her parItuth Ko, the Arithmetic God." She leaven to mourn her loss ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. 0. Anderson worker, failed to get a problem Monday and she still look bad over It. a father and mother and a host if during Mr .Hill's absence. friend. The sympathy of the com Mr. Thos. Logsdon, while cutting Grins and Groans. munity is extended to them in their a string oft a bundle of brooms last Misa Scott "Carl I wish bereavement. The little baby was week, accldently let the knife slip, you laid to rest In Mt. Hebron ceraetry cutting an artery just below hi would please sweep this afternoon." Friday, January 28th. Carl "Yes'um If I don't forget j knee. Although it ha been almost 01 Indigestion I Many I vigorous persons, rl rd and bothered Indigestion. otherwise healthy, aro occasionally with The effects B D D j B B B j "My medicine Is disordered stomach on the system aro dangerous, and prompt treatment of Indices- tlon I Important. 'The only laruicine i navo needed has been something to old dices- tlon and clean tho llrer," wrltr Mr t'rd Ashby, a McKlnney, Texas, farmer. oti 5 "J B mm sa B Thedford's BUCK-DMUBH- d T I- and stomach trouble of any kind. I have never fouad anything that touches the spot. Ilko I take It In broken doses after meal. For a lens; time I tried pill, which griped and didn't give the good results. liver medicine Is easy to take, easy to keep, Inexpensive." Get a package from your dnixcist today Ask for and Insist upon Tfetdforu'a the oaly geaulno. Black-DraugBlack-Draug- for Indigestion 8 Get It today. EM d - nilatfii NtasllaVB ill 1laia sastjffP IS,' liBla m The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday Feb 3, 1921 IRVIN COBB Draws Humorous ture Of Blue Grass State. , Pictufe of Ilelglan hare In the popula tlon. "Reformers may work their way Into her externals, but so long as In- jo her externals, but so long as blue rrass grows and pennyrile has frag ranee, what she ha been, always that she will be the state where hospitality is a religion and Kindliness Is a creed, the State that produced nn Abe Lincoln and a Jeffer son DavIs,N n Iloone and a Hreckln ridge, nn Albert Sidney Johnston and a John II. Morgan; a Shelby and n Clay; the State which may yet pro duce President of tomorrow fashioned from the Morrow of today." MAKKSBUKY Miss Martha Curtis has been quite sick. Ida Speake Is visiting her Ml aunt, Mrs, Jt. K. Speake, of Lancaster. Pollard Is visiting MIm. Kugcnia her sister, Mrs. Klla Cecil, of Dan- In a speech before the Kentucky Society of New York, delivered last week. Irvin S. Cobb dealt in n humorous way with the glories of his native State. Following I the press report of the affair: Mr, Cobb told n tory of " "an who boaited to hii frlendi that he had been "nil over and had seen everything." A stranger, overhearing hi boast, niked him whether he The ever had delirium tremens. man said he had not. "Well then, stranger," wa the reply, "you ain't been nowhere and you ain't never seen anything." A person who ha never been to Kentucky ain't never been nowhere and ain't never seen nothing." said Mr. Cobb. "I might spend a congenial half hour telling the members of the Ken tucky Society what they man In the c vic, social and economic life of this great city to which they have been tmnsplanted of what a gnp would be left in New York, big ns shd is, were those who sit here tonight sud Oral Hygiene Oral hygiene simply means clean mouths. Apparently this is n very simple matter, but It Is not. Hundreds of millions of disease-produ- c ing are constantly growing In unclenn mouths. They grow upon the surfaces of unclean teeth, in tartar, around bulging fillings and around crowns and bridges. arc absorbed These by the mucous membrane, carried in to the stomach and drawn into the lungs. They find their way directly nnd indirectly into the blood nnd arc carried to various parts of the body. There they set up almost any systemic disorder, such ns stomach and intestinal trouble, various blood disorders, diseases of the heart, kidney, nerve affections nnd many others It Is a simple fact that when pus Is swallowed taken Into the lymphatics and blood stream, it overcomes the resistance of the body to disease nnd gives the germs' a chance to work. Ever' human being constantly goes around with all kinds of germs In his system, but his bodily vigor is ordinarily sufficient to overcome the germs and their poisons. Let anything happen to break down that vigor or resistance and a secondary infection is liable to develop. To assist the teeth In promoting good health you must be sure that the mouth Is in a hygienic condition and free from all diseased teeth, for there is a direct relationship between good teeth nnd good health. Decayed teeth erect more tombstones than old John Barleycorn ever did, yet millions of dollars have been spent to climate the drunkard's grave. Kvcry evil effect of alcohol is diligently sought, highly magnified and righteously condemned. Less than 1 per cent of the human family arc confirmed drunkards, while 80 per cent neglect their teeth. Every decayed tooth is nn enemy to health. No one can derive benefit from a mouth. The gold crown nnd insanitary bridge work, procelain crowns with overhanging margins, bands of all kinds irritate the delicate gum margins and afford lodgment for decaying food products and of all kinds. Imperfect contact of fillings placed between the teeth frequently allow food to be constantly forced between the teeth, forcing down the gums and pressing upon the alveolar process, causing pyorrhea pockets, filled with nnd decaying food products. The surfaces of the teeth themselves are usually quite rough when they come into the mouth. This rough surface of the tooth itself affords a lodgment for germs. The mucin, n semistlcky substance in the saliva which discharges from the glands In the mouth, forms sticky plaques on the teeth which nre difficult to re mlcro-orgalnmicro-organismicro-organis- LOOK AT THIS ville. Mr. It. S. Clark has been visiting his mother, Mrs. Maggie Clark, of Lexington. Miss Georgia Dunn, of Uuena Vl ta, spent several days last week with the Misses Hoyston. Messrs. Homer P.ice nnd Jack Pollard have been visiting Mr. Noel lloglr, of Jessamine county. Miss Nelson, who Is spending the winter with the Mines Itoyston Is visiting friends In Harrodtburg. Mr. and Mrs. Hen Hughes, of Lancaster spent Thursday with Mr. Jno. Sutton and sister, Mios Susan K. Sutton. Mrs. Foster, who has been quite sick in the Danville hospital Is much Improved nnd Is expected home In a few days. denly removed from their midst," said the author. "Hut all thb you know without my recalling it to you. Lack of self appreciation was never a fault of n true Kcntuckian. Some are, I may say, almost passionately addicted to themselves. "There is n legend that Kcntuc-kian- s citizens of any other arc grenter of stature than the state, with the exception of Tennessee. I think this impression is due to the fact that every time a Kcntuckian remembers where he came from he rears back eighteen so for he scms at Jeast inches taller than he really is. We Are of the breed that can strut sitting down. "Unaccustomed as I now nm to public drinking, I And that guests nt a public dinner do not bear with n speaker so kindly as they did in the days before wine, women and song were suceeded by Dro, your own wife and congregational singing. "Hut there is one subject touching which I feel that I am on safe ground and that Is the subject of Kentucky. Donehends may make her bone dry. Her mint patches may languish vainly for the Kentucky Julep, which originated before the revolution and which some people think had a good deal to do with bringing it on. "Her distilleries may be converted Into fertilizer works, her corner taverns may turn into delicatessen shops, Colonels no longer be ull of corn and her com destined never again to bring cheers to her Colonels. "The tobacco trust, following the example of its prototype of the insect world, the tobacco worm, may cut down the second of her grcot crops to the vanishing point, where no longer the head of Columbia will be wreathed about the fragrant incense of burlcy leaf, but all the same to us, she'll forever be the state where the sun shines the brightest the state which we love and which tonight we toast In sparkling vlchy. "Why shouldn't the Kentuckians be proud. Kentucky in the sisterhood of states enjoys a peculiar and an unapproachable place. If she Is deplorably high In illiteracy let us remember that In the great world war she was one of the foremost; move. ai. ong those states which led all the Only when hese rough surfaces of rcJt In the physical fitness and the' the teeth nre artistically polished can willingness to serve of her manhood; they be kept clean. thereby duplicating her unparalleled Oral prophylaxis polishes the teeth roccrd in the CO's, when Kentucky artificially and teaches how to keep gauged on percentage of the division them clean. of sentiment among her own people An tlficially polished tooth that guve, in proportion to her Union is given a reasonable amount of care population more volunteers to the will not decay, because the mucin .North than Ohio did and in propor- plaques containing tho tion to her Confederate population, arc easily removed. more volunteers to the South than Oral prophylaxis, by removing the did Florida; sending to both armies tartar from the neck of the teeth, more recruited troops than she en- cures pyorrhea. I)y polishing the rolled voters. teeth the tartar is easily kept off, "We may not lead the nation In nnd consequently the pyorrcha will finance, although occasionally we ilo not recur, By keeping the mouth breed a Coleman du I'ont, but we free from Infection Its liability to produce more poets to the acre than Infect the rest of the system Is re M. S. Hatfield. (Adv.) any like area of tho world's habit moved. able surface. Nut all Kentuckians Japanese liberals are said to be write poetry, but all Kentuckians intensely desirous of friendship with think poetry. "Her population may not have America. There nre at least a dozen grown so fast in the lint decade as of them. lias that of some of her aliter states, West and North, but for that we are Will consoled by tho reflection that It is better for u man to be born a lone G. T. Perkins, n Leo county orphan in Kentucky than for htm to will continue orchard demons be born as duly authenticated twins with tration work in in Kansas. "Once she was the banner demo- County Farm Agent, T. II. Jones on cratic state of the Solid South, his home farm during 1921, accordLately she has shown a startling !n ing to a report which he has Just crease in the number of ypung re made to Mr. Jones. Mr. Perkins publicans, which it only to be ac conducted similar work during the counted for on the ground that up past year nnd was so pleased with in Governor Morrow' end of the his results that he will continue the Ute there must be a strong admix- - demonstration another year. ( . micro-organis- !. Now It tha tlma to bujr Land that hat bran worked hard for tavaral yaart thoulJ ba ...dad to clovar. Iludton and Farnau. The candy pulling nnd sale given by the ladles' Working Society was thoroughly enjoyed by the young A small sum people who attended. was realized. Mrs. K. S. Clark who was elected to succeed Mrs. Hdmond Sutton to the of the Ladles' Workin" Society is proving to be a valuable assistant ns she has already suggested a number of things to keep the society busy. . lar BRYANTSVILLE LOUISVILLE COURIER JOURNAL, DAILY LOUISVILLE TIMES, DAILY Mr. J II. Leavel wa in Lexington Monday for the tobacco sales. Mrs. W. J. llroaddus has been quite III but U some better at this . writing. Mesdnmes C. M. Dean, John W. ilryant were in Danville shopping Tuesday. Mr. Henry Ruble spent several days last week as the guest of Mrs. J II. Ruble. LOUISVILLE EVENING POST. DAILY LOUISVILLE HERALD, DAILY LEXINGTON LEADER, DAILY Rev. Geo. S. Conant and family of Wilmure were the guest Sunday of Mrs. Janle Koie. Mr. Raymond Ruble am bride, of Danville, were the guests Sunday of Mr and Mrs. Henry Ruble. Cranio Dairy faad will malio your cow fiva mora milk and It will baop bar in (ooj condition. Iludton and Farnau. Mist Jane Howling, of K. C. W. Danville, spent the week end with 'cr .parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Either of the Above Splendid Daily's Together With The Howling. Mr. George Harris Hroaddui, of Decatur, III., is spending several days, with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Central Record ONE N llroaddus. Mrs. Ethel Ilerkele, Mrs. Newton Gosney, Miss Myrtle Campbell and Mattle Coulter were in Lexington last Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. N. T. Grow entertained at dinner Sunday the follow, log: Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Iiruner, Mr. and Mrs. Joo Skinner. Miss Anna Mao llroaddus, Misses little llroaddus and Mary Helle Messrs. Louis llroaddus and W. J. Uroaddus were In Lexington Deatheridge, Richmond's talented violinist, who has bctn spending several weeks wllh her brother, Talton Kmbry Deatheridge, in Middlesboro, Ohio, has accepted a position as choir director In one of the largest churches In Middletown. 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