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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): February 10, 1921 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1921 cen1921021001_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): February 10, 1921 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1921 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE CENTRAL RECORD. THIRTY MUST TB AH LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON. FEBRUARY 10, 1921. NUMBER 4. unanimously chosen ns County Uoadtfc State Central nnd Kxecutivc co Warehouse floor yesterday nvcr-age- d ha written n letter to the for Garrard county, A recommendation that the Hoard Five of the seven counties inter $15.51. This nvernge includes cecdlng Dr. J. A. Anion, who "re-- 1 Democratic executive head in each of Supervisor reduce the assessment ested in the proposed Federal High nil the low grade. The prices rangCase Clash During Deliberation signed" several work ago. Mr. Mc- - county, urging that each call n in some degree proportionate with way through Lancaster and this sec ed from $1.00 to $53.00. Wc adexamination frrence of Democratic leader in his has taken hi Harlan, Ky.,- - The Jury trying Dr, before the proper aulhorltie at county to name candidates for the the decrease in land price that has tion of the State were represented vise all our friend and customers come sinco the assessment w4 taken at tho road meeting held at tho court to bring their tobacco in while the II. C. Wlnnr for the munler of MiM Frankfort and has been issued hi Legislature. in July will be mnde by County house in Danville Tuesday. Mr. J. market continues good on all grades. I.urn Patscst wa discharged Friday certificate a sach. He assumes hi The letter follows f Judgo Lancaster when tho Hoard of K. Kobinson ,of Lancaster, president We know our market In Ijincnstcr is nfternoon after the lone Juror, who duties at, once, and will more with "The situation confronting the Supervisors meet on March 7th. of the road organization, was chair the highest In the State. We give for four day nnd night clung to hit his family Into town In the next few Democratic party is of grave, and Just what the flnnl valuation will man of the meeting and Hon. Henry our strict attention y each nnd every stand for conviction, threatened with day. serious Importance. be depends on the attitude of the McKlory, of Lebanon, was the sec crop. any The follow nre some of the knife drawn to do violence tu The road supervisor of any county Sajrs Stata Is Damocratlc State Tax Commission, Judge I Jin retary. About twenty-fiv- e reprcscn averages made on our floor yesterJuror who preslsted In arguing with has n "hard row to hoc" and his all caster says. An effort to increase tatlve from Garrard, Iloylc, Marion, day: "The last election has demonstrat him. The following developments will be, many, everyone thinking that ed beyond a doubt that the Statists the vnluution gradually until 100 per Green and Taylor counties were Grant and Ramsey sold 80 pounds followed In quick succession: his road is in the worst condition $40; ISO $48; Judgo Davit overruled a motion and should be looked nfter at once. Democratic anil the only way the cent valuations obtain has been the present says the Danville Messenger, at $$4.10; ICR policy of the State Tax Commission, Quite n numbr of speeches were 110 can evcr In the future for the defense to quash the Indict Mr. McMurtry nay ho propose to Republican ? $29; 55 $8; 0 $5.00. nnd friction ha resulted several made and it was the concensus of Total, 640 pounds, average $32.00 ment on the round that two of the give hi entire time tnhi work and succeed in obtaining control of the State's affair I through the negli- times between Scott taxpayers and opinion that the Federal Government $204.48. returning it had will Juror twelve hi best energies, a far nt gence ue nnd earclessncM of th Demo the State Commission made on the can be induced to approve the high failed to hear the tettlmony. Prather and Creech 180 pounds at the financial income will permit ,to way tnrougn this section, it was mlssstep may Scott assessments. A. Floyd llyrd. special prosecutor, improve the roads of Garrnrd county cratic voters, Any $32; 210 $32; $185 $35; 130 Several taxpayers declare that stated that nn official had recently 2r,r nnnounced that the Commonwealth as they have never been done be lead to serious result. The Demo $18; 190 $45; 35 land has dropped fully 50 per cent disapproved the proposed road, but (ft $49; cratic party must first prove Its right would aik n change of venue at the fore. $3fi; 230 $53; 190 $40; 70 in value, but whether the tax In view of the fact that all necessary to dominate the opinion of the State .next trial, which the defense will op(i $18; 19S $9; 13.i $13; 45 The roads are. getting almost im by- presenting to the voter as candishould come this year or funds are ready to build the highwuy (Tii pose. 00 $25; 120 $20; 95 passable, condition In some part of next I n debatable question, they that the Government would recon (a $41; The cane was reset for trial at the the county nnd many of the good dates fo represent them In the Gener say. $18.00. Total, 2,335 pounds, sider the matter If the question was avarage next term of court for Friday, April roads need n few hole Ailed which al Assembly men of worth, character $34.40 $803.05. The Hoard of Supervisor will be properly put before th department and ability; men whose very name ir.th. heslie Sebastian sold 140 pounds If done now will save many dollar will be a guarantee gin their work the first Monday in at Washington. that the policies Winnes GUm Hand. nt $49; 185 (To $32; 145 g $33; 125 county for for three Committer Named. " Dr. Winnes' bond, formerly $10,-00- Mr. the tax payers of the fixed at of the party will be carried out in- March and continue they two ortake a (a) $33; 240 $51; 310 McMurtry' salary was $40; week after which will telligently nnd effectively, and the A motion was adopted authorizing 115 wat reduced to $5,000, which $1,800 a year. $2G; 125 $38; 255 ten-darecess ami reconvene to hear hopes of those who nrc looking for the chairman to appoint a committee $30; ICS (a) $29. Total, 2105 lb., wa signed by n doten business and complaints. Georgetown Times. Look at the label on this paper. the best will not be defeated. to go to Washington and present the avarage,. $36.70 $772.65. professional men of Harlan. "Controversy builds walla." "conclaims of the various counties to the Commonwealth' Attorney, (.rant It Is either a receipt for your subMrs. Kd Baker and son sold 135 Fine Boy Department of Koads, and the fol pounds announced that it t unlike- scription or IU a reminder that you ference build bridges." Can you Foreter $34; 255 (a $44; 100 bring about n quiet con A hnndsome eight pound boy nr lowing were named: Henry L. Mc ly that any negro convict will be are tn arrears anil that we need your not at once $31; 235 $44; 230 an ference In your senatorial and legis- rived at the home of Mr. and Mr Klroy, of Marion; Woodson Lewis, of $25;, ins once. Don't wait charged for the crime until after Dr. remittance at $34; 150 $20.50; 120 lative districts among chosen men, John Wood last Monday. His name Green; Vernon Itlchanlson, of Hoyle; $34; 125 other" day, for your paper may be wat acquitted or convicted. at $30.00. Total, 1505 pounds, looking to obtaining candidate, is Harold Thomas. topped. Judge L. L. Walker of Garrard and Defcnte attorney announced they $34.70 $522,00. keeping down opposition and disturbcounty. Thee men were asked to would investigate with a view of Wa tra booking ordart for culti. ance., nnd especially choosing Fed Moore sold 100 pounds such go to Washington at the enrlicst pos report Recovering that vated hamp saed, and will contract prcsistcnt $3.90; 80 $G; 130 $35; 185 ask that the disapprov. Muwi llrewer, gray ha i red moun- for your lump. Hudson 4 Farnau. men a the Importance of the hour Friends will be glad to know that slide time-an$15; 110 $34; 80 $12; 30 demands? If a lawyer select a man nl of the project be changed. who hung the Jury, had extaineer, $3.40. Total 715 pounds, avarage, of such ability as will meet the re- Mr. T. W. Hradshaw is rapidly re A motion also passed at the meet' pressed opinion before the trial that Deputy Sheriff heard sounds of a dis $26.00 $185.47. quirements and demands of the high, covering from an operation at the wa guilty. Dr Vinn turbance. He went in to find llrew- est judicial office. If such can be Danville hospital, Mr. Hradshaw is ing to the effect that County Judge Hradshaw and Long 145 $5.50; brought of each of the seven counties ap The outcome of the trial er with a knife in hi hand admonish obtained. 78 yer-- s old. $6; 205 $20; 130 $23; point one representative each to 210 forth vaiiout commenti. ing the other jurors to leave him $25; 110 $39; 190 $35; Wants Laadar In Community llrewer couldn't alone and not argue with him further. form an executive committee for the 9n a hame "It' $39; 150 $36; 125 $38; purpose bf working on the Federal 160 listen to reason. He wouldn't let "If n man outside the profession Shariff Sanl To Room no J $26; 270 a $24; 120 $5; wa the com Highway project. W. P. Myers, of u argue with him, of law, select a man of like standing Brings $110.00. Marion nnd J. A. Cheek, of Boyle", 140 $12.50. Total, 2.10O pounds, "I'll whip any man who names thl posite statement of eleven for ac- thing to mc again," he U quoted as in his profession or business, as the A large crowil attended the sale were suggested ns two of the mem avarage $23.32 $489.82. quittal. saying. The deputy sheritT reported case may be, and we to it he is un Joe McAnnfch 75 pounds $15; outstanding man who ha the con of Mrs. Jennie Kennedy' farm In bers of the executive committee and Conviction Believed Improvable. to the Judge and the Judge ordered 15 The place others will be named later $36; 110 dp $49; 20 $36; uuence oi nis constituency Doth u the Knit Km! Tuesday. exmove to the sheriff into the room. The "We will oppose any $35; 55 of 183 acre was bought by her son, $15; 20 $6.00. delegates were entertain 250 The the Indictment," taid Mr. Kthel citement subsided but the Judge's to character and ability to occom M. O. Kennedy ,ot $110 per acre. ed at luncheon at the New York Res Total, 545 pounds, avarage 932.08 DeLong Zande, head of the Fine optimism had received it last blow. plish things and make laws for i The land i rich nnd lays well and taurant at noon a guest of the Dan $174.70. people. However, he decided not to dismiss Mountain Settlement School. "The call for service should come a year ago would have sold probably villc Chamber of Commerce. Everett Morgan sold 40 pounds at "I don't think Dr. Winnc will them until after dinner. for $200. Corn told at $3.20 per $13.25; 155 $18.50; 195 & $32; ever be convicted under the eviAt 2 o'clock he callod the Jury' be- from tho people and not from candi barrel and milk rows at'$37 to $45. date or faction. 90 $35; 215 $29; 100 $35; dence, but I will not aik that the In- fore him. "With great confidence that you Other things brought satisfactory Common-wealt10 $39; 115 ejl $34; 270 "Gentlemen, is there any chance dictment be dismissed." The remains of Mr. E. C. Barnard, will immediately gather together the prices. Interior Journal. Attorney Forster, wild. for a verdict?" he asked, who died at hs home in Washington $19.50; 105 & $15.00. Total, 1,495 pounds, avaraga, $28 "No, sir," Foreman G. A. Smith' Influence necessary to obtain the re "Wo will not crlculate a petition City last Sunday, were brought to Schools $414.62. Attor- emphatic answer left no room for suit. I am very sincerely yours. asking the Commonwealth' Lancaster for interment yesterday. ney to dUmlt it. We want Dr. doubt. The Judge expressed hi Politics. About thirteen years ago Mr. Bar- Henry and Wesley told SO pounds Necessary. Wlnnea vindicated by twevo Juror and thanked the jurors nard was married to Mrs. Juliet Gill & $12; 75 8 $41; 165 $20; 15 We arc publishing nn Interesting Rogers, of this city and since as he should have been this time. for their long effort. Statistics furnished by a financial that G? $6; 110 $51; 175 $47; 25 Hut we are going to aak for dona"You may go." agency ,not iUelf in the publishing communication from State Supcrln time have made their hotru: in Wash$45; 70 (a $18; 15 $29.00. I). C. tions from trie public for him," Never did twelve men seem to business, shows that, of the corpora tendent of Public Instruction, Geo. ington City. Mrs. Barnard has the Total, 700 pounds, average, $33.90 Jone, counsel for defense, said. anxious to get away from one an tlons that went Into bankruptcy in Colvin urging County Hoards of Edu deepest sympathy of a large circle of $237.20. "My father always taught me that other. They all broke for fresh air, 1920, 84 per tent were firm which cation to disregard politics in choos friends nnd relatives here, where the W. A. SPE1TH, Mgr. what will be will be. I know I never letter, most of them returned and "did not advertise." The exhibit I. ing County Superintendents. In Is so well known and loved. will be convicted. I guru everything talked to Dr. Wlnens. G. A. Smith most Impressive, and the For many years Mr. Barnard has fact are other words, Mr. Colvin urges the di Lost Pocketbook. la for the best," wa Dr. Winnc' banker, tout a newspaper correspon that judicious odvertlslng and Judl vorce of the public schools and poll been in the service of the United statement. dent or how the Jury knelt In pray clous "following up" of advertising tic. Fine Idea. How woujd It do, States Government and at the time Mr. W. E. Whitakcr lost a pocket- "I'd like to talk to Mr. llrewer for er when they first went to the Jury-roo- are almost essential to business suc- however, to start at the top and take of his death he was commissioner of book between the Garrard Tobacco n few minutes," Mr. Wlnne said. Monday night. cess. There never was greater error the State Superintendent out of poll the United States section of the In- Warehouse and his homo on the RichOnly a few persons besides those "We took tjie ballot then and ten than thnt money spent in advertising tics? rf memory Is not at fault, Su ternational Boundary Commission of mond road. The book was badly interested were in the courtroom were for acquittal and two for con' represent economic waste. Adver perintendent Colvin was ono of the the United States and Canada. He worn, but contained some valuable when the Jury was discharged. It victio n,"he said. "We did not dis tlsing is absolutely notes and contracts. He will pay a n necessary undei most ardent Republicans on the was born in New York vras all very casual. There were no cuss the case further that night. liberal reward to finder for ito rethe competitive system. Louisville stump In Kentucky during the last years ago. tears, no show of bitterness, no tear- The next morning, after a short dc Post. campaign and one of the severest Mr. Barnard from 1S84 to 1900 turn. (it.) ing of hair. The legal steps to ar- liberation, a second vote was taken. Critics of the Dmocrntic party. It served with the United States Geo gone It tood eleven to one, llrewer thru- range for the next trial were would be interesting to know, also, logical Survey, mapping Moberly. '$200 To scctiont of through with quiet and without out acted unreasonable. He refused whether the employes In Mr. Colvin Kentucky, Tennessee, Virginia and Mrs, Susan H. Moberley diAl Fri- office have divorced of words or display of feeling. to bo pinned down on the. evidence waste from polltice. New York in the Katt and of Call- Alimony, tu the but would turn off on somtheing else day, February' 4th., 1921 nt the home Let's start right. (Cynthlanln Dem fornln, It wat n colorlcta Montana, Oregon and Wash (Louisville Times.) mountains' greatrit trial. Judge every time. For the last two days of her daughter, Mrs, John K. Ander- ocrat) ington in the West. He was in Davis' prrcrving hope for n verdict we hardly attempted to convince son In I'olnt Leavell with whom she James G. Cecil, Boyle county farcharge of thu party that went to Al had been living for several year. Virtually wa ubandoned after he hail him. Life Until mer, filed nn affidavit in Judge Walaska in 1898 to map the Forty-mil-e Mr. Moberley was the only daughtalked to the Juror in the morning. Task Given Up. lace's court recently setting out the and Nome districts. "How can we reach n verdict when "We gave it up at a hopeless protto ter of F. W. and Mary A. Champ and You loiter at chief topographer of the fact that the income from his estate one man refuse to try the case on sitlon. He got so he wouldn't let u was burn near I'aint Lick Feb. 2nd., "Give me the life of a farmer," United States and Canadian Boun is only $3,200 a year and that out of the law of evidence, but insist on nrguo with him," said Arthur Hens 1847. Juno 15, 1MG5, she was mar shouted the Town man. All right, dary Commission, he surveyed and this sum he has to pay $2,400 for the ried to W. A. Moberley, who died in hi personal opinion?" one of tha ley, a Juror. along support of his nged mother, who is She Is survived by two and with it the big rain that washes relocated the boundary line Motes Jurors asked the Judge. The other night in the room he 1003. away the fresh plowed field; the hot, i!1 forty-nint- h parallel from the Pa in delicate health and needs tho conRobt. F. nnd James T. llrewer turned quickly In his choir. J made u leave him alone. At one brother, scorching wind that burns up the cific coast to the Lake of the "Woods. stant care of n physician and nurse. Hi face wa red with anger. time he said Dr, Winnes and Jerry Champ,, of Faint Lick and two crop; the g He was appointed American Com Because of this fact the affiant said lc tobacco; the daughter, Mr. J. Thomas Italstou, Judge Addresses Jurors. i Heed might have killed her. yet he hog, the packer gets for nothing; the missioner on International Bound he is financially unablj to pay his of Faint Lick and Mr. John E. An"Don't you chargo mu with not would not acquit tho doctor." wife, Mr. Rebecca T. Cecil, a resi fruit orchard ni'Tped by frost; tho ary Commission In 1915. trying this case on the law and evi llrewer was smiling as the jury derson of I'olnt Leavell dent of Louisville, $200 n month for wheat tho miller gets for a nice litShe was u consistent christian dencc," ho shouted. The Judgo talk was dismissed. A short time later song; the big note now due; and Seed. her support and the support of an ed to them for ten or fifteen minute. he walked away from the Court tva a member of Fulrvicw Christian tle Infant ton. deSenator A. O. Stanley hat jutt He told them about how Important house with Mr. Kandc, of the settle- church at the time of her deaWi, and for good measure the 1,000 other Cecil it suing his wife for divorce lightful worries that are peculiarly It wat to reach a verdict and said no ment school. It was learned that had been n member of the church for hit, and that no other class of peo J.'tit to the Record office several on ground of abandonment. Ho said hundred packages of garden seed for ono should allow hit personal feel Obahlah Coudill, also an old man, forty year. at the time of the adandonmcnt Funeral services were held at the ple in the world havo to contend free distribution. They will bo that ing to Influence him was the other Juror who voted for He has more to worry about handed out to all callers, except chil- three children were depending on with. homo Saturday nftrnoon. Hev. "All of you twore before you were conviction ol tho first time. him and his wife for support but that conducting the between 3:30 a. m. and the timo dark dren, as long as they last. If you since then accepted at juror that. you had no So, five month after tho atsult Holder, her pastor the eldest ton is at work sett In than the president of 20 cor want a package ask early for they personal feallng In the cato and I and murder of Uio teacher on the service. She was laid to rest bv low in Cleveland, Ohio, and is porations has to bother about in won't last long. feel sure you tworo the truth," he Pino Mountain trail, Dr. Wlnens' Ing hands under a mound of beauti and that tho daughter is in told them. "However, If any person- drawnout fight for legal exoneration ful ferns and flowers In I'aint Lick twenty yean. It's a man's life, a New York and is not depending on man's job and worth more than tho cemetery, New Shoe al feeling hat come to you during has failed. either parent for support. Mrs mere living the farmer gets out of the time you should not let it inDr. Winnes returned with hi famMessrs. I. W. Manley and L. N. Cecil came to Louisville to confer it. Try it and start in on your Job fluence you." He Inttructed them ily to Cincinnati with the charge next spring with the first thaw and Wilson have Jutt opened up a new with his attorney, Judge Shackleford to return tn their room and try again still over his head. Wo with to extend our sincere mud I Glasgow Times. shoe hospital in Lancaster and the Miller, and while there ho wilt be refor a abort time and promised to disA warrant charging Jerry Reed thanks to our friends for their many shop is located on Richmond street, quired to give his deposition on miss them If they did not agree. negro convict, of murder ttill exists acts of kindness and expressions of adjoining the store room of James motion of JasGarnett, attorney for sick, Judge," Brewer said, a and the next grand Jury will Inves- sympathy during the illness "I'm Poynter They have alt the latest Mrs. Cecil, after which Judge Wal-lac- o and rehe walked to the Jury room. "I can't tigate hi case. Each case hinges cent death of our mother. Salesmen. and Collectors. Apply to electrical appliances and can make will fix the allowance. Mr. and atand it much longer." They hardly on circumstantial evidence. Singer Sewing Machine Co. Phone your old shoes new for a very moder Mrs. Cecil were both in court ,but Mrs, J. T. Ralston The had the Juryroom 'closed when the mystery. Is still unsolved. Mrs. J. E. Anderson. 772, Danville, Ky. ate price. Give them a call. there was no sign of recognition. JUDGE HARDIN LOWER DELEGATES HIGH AVERAGES IN APRIL Appointed As County Calls a Party Meeting TRIED ASSESSMENT PROTEST At Planters and GrowHe Wanti Candidate For Legltla Judge Road Supervisor. Judire Overrules The Lancaster Will Against Disapproval Of ers Tobacco Wareturn Selected. . ,i -T Motion To Quash ine riscaij At a special meeting Recommend LowerFederal Highway house. Judge Charles A. Ilurdln, Hnr Court held Inst Monday, Mr. It. D. McMurtry. of Iluenn Vista, was. rodsburg. chairman nf the Dcmocrn Indictment ing Assessments. WILL VISIT WASHINGTON. The Planters and Growers TobacR. D. McMURTRY . . WINNES TO BE . 01 .i I Hunt Jurr Result In Parsons s, con-Murt- read-Jusme- nt -- 0, y Kennedy Farm dis-m- ltt Barnard h' -- Advertising Taking The Out Of fifty-seve- Unable antl-cllma- x Pay Court Told. Easy Try It. corn-eatin- Free Garden Hospital. Card Of Thanks. Wanted. t The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, Feb 10, 1921 Mr. Compton himself wan the his death. youngest of n family of thirteen The definite arrangements for the PRESIDENT ASKS children. While no one ouUldc of funeral will not be made till rrla the family heard him mention the lives at a distance are heard from. AID FOR CHINESE fact, hi mother wm a Dlsmukrs and , Foley'. I Ioney and Tar h (he G. L. Compton Dies a first cousin of President Zaehariah SMILES COME bett known and most successful Taylor. Wilson Calls On Ksntuckiant family coutfh' medicine on the' Home In On Santa Fa Trail. market and the following" letter ts Save 40,000,000 From Many are the adventures of this ii positively true and jSenuine Ninetieth Starvation long and useful life. lie used to tell Says "h Acts Lit. Mafta Independ COUNTY IN 1854 about his trips between LEFT GARRARD ' fi.IV.tl Fl.mins. Ml I Bi'ALm Afr. Ctl , "I ta encc and New Mexico, and has often The Charm I mr tktry im boiIi Good E. Y. MULLINS IS CHAIRMAN fitufrl:tttttKtMtM rutt iM.lr la ItitiffTtr. i llmo M im Mr. G. L. Compton many years said he has stood watching buffalo IS SMIMt IMI IWlMM ago was n resident of Garrard Coun- run at a high speed in a great herd IMIIII wHIt Has II, Wkmoi IKr nt nf t hi IwvmIwU Forty million (hlnrs fac starvaty, having been born near llucnn in such numbers that it required one tion and although relief tx vent Imme- l4riw(, mt si mm ! akMlUlrMiMf Uwtl Vista and was an uncle of C. F. lion. hour for the herd to pass a given 4 fttf Source In Red tklaia diately, inniijr millions will dlo before tn4 rtlit, Yf rnsaf,.! Jh,i rtil crlit f The following account of hi death point. Other herds followed equal -f ifh lVl n4mttfn .4 Itm It can arrive. This Is tlie summary of No mt trtmm and early htitory of his life we clip ly ns large. He was probably the MHlMI fltnl 4 ISrwlM wlUui4l Blood. rrciridctit Wilson's proclamation askMti4 II I Mr tt4t tm4 IM the sam dellcltua from an Independence, Mo., paper last living man of this section who and aa4 ft Ui CMliM U d ing the Nation to help tlie Chines Luoky flavor and will be of intercut to many of was active in driving over the old NOTHING ON EARTH SO NECES which appeal tlio Iter. Or 11 Y. Santa Fe Trail between Independresidents of the county: th older president of the Southern ltapllst Strike. Because SARY FOR BEAUTY. Not a few times George L. Compton. In his nine ence nnd Mexico. Theological Seminary, t.oulavlllr, Ky, Honey Luoky Strike is the answered by accepting the chairman tieth year, died at 11 o'clock Mon- was hi return load from Santa Fc Iluilda cigarette. Red Ulood, ship fur Kentucky of the China Fam COMPOUND toasted day morning at his home on Weal made up entirely of sacks of sliver CLEARS THK THROAT oi phlrin ine Fund. lollars. If he came into Independ Restores Th Quality Of Your Maple avenue, In making public the and murui.itopi that tlckllnj, opens the Dr. Miillln George I Compton was born In ence nftcr the banks were closed, It Illood, Brings Back Your I'resldenl's prorlnmtlnn, said no cam air psitaKri for eaiier breathing and coats was the custom to unload these sacks Garrard county, Ky., September 28, paign. In the senso of a personally so- the raw, inflsmrd surfaces with a heal-IColor And Renews oothln medicine. 1831, nnd was therefore in his 00th. of silver dollars on the sidewalk on licited canvaxw, would to lield, hut beyear. He came to Missouri as n South Liberty street, just below ginning early 1st February Ihe'peoplo Vitality. Coughs that "hang on" afttt Hank With a friend where the Christmas-Sawye- r j young man in 18f4. of Kentucky would he asked to senl the grift or "lu" are relieved fa Personal chnrm is like n light. It Voluntary contributions to the Stale Foley's Hones nnd Tar California seeking now is and leave the money lying the had started to Normal Blood sheds its rays everywhere. Is the Headquarters In Umlsvllle. adventure. They stopped off In In-- 1 there over night unguarded. ('resident WINon's proclamation fol In a conversation n few months light of your personal charm hidden 5TORME5 DRUG STORE dependence nnd Mr. Compton was Is. First Thought In Drugs 'offered a Job working on the farm of .ago, Mr, Compton was asked by a under the bushel of bad blood? In- lows: "A famine, alarming lo Its proporWe hear so much nowadays about pr Dnv( Waldo. I.ANCASTF.K, stead of habitual smile do you wear tions, today hold lu its crip several He remained on young man if he would wish to KY. pressure that it Is quite timely j ,, fnrm but a short time when he gin his life over again. He said, "I tireii iook aimoti n scovvi; no I Important provinces in China. The 10 Know wnai pressure is normal, itvas offered a position as driver forjuo not. I would not nradc my you tire easily? Are you pale and, Cn failure Ik rotnnliite. and the rres Certain sections of the country should be said that, whatever be the ine gtnKC conch which then was the chances to heaven, which is now very lacking in vital energy nnd ambition? J ent distress, which Is creat. Is llkel), arc much concerned over why a normal blood pressure, it varies very onjy means of communication near to me, for every thing In the You are not really ill. Your blood! before winter lias run Its course-- , to h- - woman closes her eyes when she is In fart, our diplo- bring kissed Hut speaking from a glass of wine, n ' twccn independence, thn the West- - whole world." This was in a way his has become weak and sluggish. It is o i mo appalling hearty ilinncr, any excitement, n , crn ,,ettlemcnt of the county touch-bris- k pholosophy of living. He was an half starved. What you need Is the matic and consular agencies In China, experiences, wc are unable to speak. walk, severe bralnwork ,n cup n(. the great prairies, and Stnta Fe, earnest member of the Southern qualities of that splen- Inform me that the loot resulting from death In districting form mny ran of black coffee, a closely contested jfew Mexico. For several years he Methodist Church ,and n familiar did tonic, After million of souls. It la certain I hut into the game of bridge, these are typical of ,r0Vc the stage coach and the mail figure, up to just two Sundays ngo, you hnve taken n lit local n o eminent and established many little things that will cause a j wn(-o- n ovcr tne 0ld Santa Fc Trail, on the front seat. He could not tle while you will feel a big improve-- 1 ugeticle-- i of relief are unaPIo to enH decided Increase. Therefore n back with the magtiitudo of the disaster n jgsc he was married to Miss hear what was said, because for a ment. The smiles will come single reading rarely gives an nccu-- 1 zn t0tCet nnd settled down to the number of years his hearing had People will see a difference In you. Mhlrti fares tlirtu. Tnder the circumstance, relief to rate indication of the normal blood j business of farming, stock raising been exceedingly bad but the associ- You will make friends again. You bn eflertho kty pressure of the Individual, the aver-an- ,j tock trading. His knowledge ation with others at the service and wttl have plenty of rich, red blood Onco limn- - should be era nted ipnt an opportunity ts offered M. S. age of several readings being neces-- . 0f the values of stock was such that the feeling of the service was always) and feel stronger. lo the American jwoplo to show that sary. And it varies also with age. n has been building prompt and grnierous he inclined to dealing in the cattle, a great pleasure to him. with rvHiu The Journnl of the American hogs and horses and carried this Mr. Compton was a good farmer red blood for years. Physicians pre- uhu-l- i they have Invariably met the HATFIELD along with his farming. Mr. and a shrewd trader and accumulated scribe it right along. It has just the till of their brother nations In disAssociation quotes the DENTIST suits of tests made by Dr. W. C. A!- -' Compton was a good farmer and a considerable fortune during his ingredients that starved blood needs. tress. Office, over Tin Garrard Bank. 1 regard a I. ca e of China, Th long life time. While during the Sold in liquid nnd tablet form, 370. dents of both sexes at the Universi- boom struck this section, began deal- most recent years of his life his body lleth have the same etrect. Uut be penally worthy of the earnest ntten. Phones Office S. tion, of our cllUeu. To an unusual LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. ty of California, published in the ing in real estate. He retired from became very feeble, his mind con sure you get the genuine the Chinese people look to us for i Ask for "dude's" ami be sutv Archives of Internal Medicine: active business about fifteen years tinued to be active and clear and he counsel and for effective friendship. ' the fu" nawt' "Guile's iVpto Oar churrhes. through their religious! "From these it appears that the ngo, but until two years ago still was enjoyed nothing more than to nego-,thmedical the r blood pressure in young women is an active man, taking an interest in tiate n trade in real estate, or prop Mangnn," is on the package. (Adv.) and iHlloiiarle, evhools and colleges nnd our phi I s much more uniform t t than in men. all the affairs of the county and state erty and would always conduct those ,an,,ir,1,l,? foundations have rendered, LXCIUSIVE. He loved Whv Not In Kontiirlcv himself. The range for the women was prac- and making an annual visit to Cali negotiations c,ima an irilIcu,at,K, ,.m,flu HhIch tically from 85 to 1S5; for men it fornia, where he maintained n winter younger men and delighted to sit and UPlOlTlBlNSl Columbus, O., Complete abolish- - ber MMile rvcognite with gralifure and i KS5 trips were talk with them. was from 90 to 175. Fifty per cent home. The California . KfcN ment of stntc oil inspection and the devotion to thu ftiitnl .State. There-- , the women's readings fell between abandoned two years ago, when Mr. of When Osteopathy was in its be- removal not only of district inspec- !"', unT lta 'a'M' f h,um,4m" UAJJVILLL, Gilcher rUtKY. 105 and 110 mm.; 50 per cent of the Compton became so feeble in body ginning. Dr. Still then n young man, "otel. "Lff "1 tor. but the chief Inspector a. well i'"1, ,fn.,,).at.great people In dlstrci., I a men's fell between 110.5 nnd 13G.5 that he did not desire (o be that far known later as the "Old Doctor," for ,.. Office Hours A to 12 and I to S o.ra will be recommended by Governor fed .. . 1. i ' .i High blood pressure appears awn' 'r0"- hi family. mm. made a visit to Independence and reDavis in the reorganization of the though tho task of giving Is not today' earlier and to a greater degree in Ten Living Children. mained there for some weeks as the state government, he announced re- a light one, restond as they ran to Uila young men than in young women. There were twelve children, ten of guest at the Compton home. Mr. cently "unless," he said, "neeil for dlstunt but appealing cry for hidp," j Such are the figures. Ranges of whom are living. The living chil- Compton was very much interested such inspection becomes clearly more 1'resMent Wilson iu prnidtng Ida proo data may Include the abnormal as dren are: Mrs. Lewis Low Blue in this work which was the first in- apparent than would be indicated by Ibinatlon to Dr. Mulllns and through , t'UNCRAL DIRECTOR liini to he mailo public, called on people the kind of inspection well as the healthy normal. A ma- Spring, Mo., Judge J. V. Compton, troduction of Independence service which seminary president to take charge ihf Otilee Over National Hank. of thematical interpretation of the val- Miss Mollie Compton, and L. F. and almost the first introduction of has been given in the past." Un campaign In Kentucky. Itrsidence I'hone 3, OH'.ce Phnne 27 uable California data suggests that Compton of Independence; Mrs. the science osteopathy in the counDismissal of the 10 district oil inNorman II. Davis, pressures ovcr 130 mm., for women Thomas Campbell of Lee's Summit, try as Dr. Still was the originator of spectors, the governor said, was the of State, Is honoraryt'nder Secretary LANCASTKIt. KY treasurer, and nnd over 140 mm. for women be- Mo.; George H. Compton, of Inde- the system. first step in weeding out unnecessary Vernon Monro.- - Jl treasurer for tho Mr. Compton' family has been employes all along the line in the national campaign. Joseph tween 10 nnd 40 was 115 mm.; for pendence; I'. A. Compton of Califorurge, of men, 12C.5 mm. From clinical ex- nia; Mrs. K M. Stayton of Independ- prominent in civil, religious nnd po- fate's service. tho IVaslot Gaulhert Compatiy, U treasurer for Keututky, perience, Alvarez concludes that ence; Kmmct Compton of linker, litical affairs In Jackson county and It is openly hinted that labor and pressures ovr 127 In women nnd ovcr Mont.; Shannon Compton of the Independence for two generations VETERINARIAN. and several of his sons nnd daughters capital will soon b pulling together, 130 In young men are Indicative of home address. Yes, we are an advocate of univer- Calls Answered Promptly Day or a hypertensive diathesis which Is There are fourteen living grand- still live in Jackson county and are but nothing is said as to whether sal disarmament, provided it begins Night. Phone 317. still active. He was probably the they will both be pulling In th same with our American crop of thieves, with many typical symptoms children and three great oldest living citizen at the time of direction. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. and findings." thugs nnd holdup men. FORMER GARRARDITE Western IstrikeJ CIGARETTE olgarett has Tuckt Can You Write a. Headline for Thk? In Year. AGAIN TO PRETTY FACES Of Its !, Health l- 4rr rn as Mul-tin- s, Foley't and Tar Pepto-Manga- n n, What Pressure Really I blood-makin- g I'epto-Manga- I'epto-Manga- i'epte-Mangn- buii-Medic- al ss tie-gr- w I'epte-.Man-ga- nt J.J.Byrne VsjOTHK SPP .PPi,c -- -- 1 J. A. Beozlev 1 Or. Printus Walker P Good Tobacco Bringing Good NO MARKET FOR INFERIOR OR DAMAGED TOBACCOS. Prices We insist that these Grades be left at home for a later market. We will get you the highest prices to be gotten in the state. Daily Sales. Garrard CAMPBELL Tobacco Warehouse LANCASTER, Co. KY. STREET. Incorporated. Tandy Quisenberry, Starter. ,r Geo. Brown, Floor Mgr. ; The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Feb 10, 1921 MUST TAKE ASK US ABOUT CLUBBING OFFERS OF EXAMINATION For Tax Commissioner. Under n recent enactment of the Legislature all candlilat for the of ficc of Tax Commissioner ore rcquir ed to tnke nn exnminntlon before the County Attorney, Section 101'Jn II. Kentucky Statutes, recites as fol- - Courier Journal FOR 1921. SUBSCRIBE THROUGH US. I Join the Guest Club Have you a hospitable home? Do you PERSONAL DONATION By Jno. D. Rockfellcr, Jr., .$1,000,000 Gift. John I). Rockfellcr, Jr., has contributed $1,000,000 to the fund of $,13,000,000 being raised by the Kuropcnn Relief Council for the of child life in the countries of Eastern- - Kurope. When Herbert Hoover was presented with this great gift, he made it clear that the contribution cume from Mr. Rockfeller as n personal donation and that it was in no part that of his father or n benefaction from Rockfeller foundation. Mr Hoover, snid he simply wn out getting the money needed to save the llvs of the starving children. He said the people of the United States hinl more tlran they need, with an eighteen months food supply in hand and n mounting surplus thnt is causing unemployment, and yet were not responding readily to the call of the suffering. "Something must be wrong if such it situation Is allowed to continue," he snid. "If we would preserve the foundations of civilization we cannot allow it to go on. The people of s ult"i; ring Kurope must be given the knowledge that America Hands behind every project to promote the welfare nml happiness of humnnlUl "Peace itself is predicated upi good will among men rather than upon document. There is nothing that so maddens men a to see their children, perishing about them, 90 I ray that if peace Is to endure the stmcring of these innocent little victims of war must be relieved." A check to Richard Uean, Kentucky Treasurer, addressed to any bank in the State will help complete this ? 1 .... from Do you knew you can roll OAtWfttMtOr 59 on bag of lOcis low: "llefore any person's nnmo shall placet! upon the ballot at any pri (he or regular election as a cnnill mI-va- gc MoRoberts Drug Store Uur Methods -- I are Modern We do not hesitate to chnnge the method of linndlinn our accounting nnd other clerical work, if by to doing increased efficiency nnd economy will result. A Inrge part of the work that once wn done slowly and painstakingly by hand is now handled rapidly and with far greater accuracy A much larger working force by mnchincs. than we now have would be required to handle our business if we still employed methods. late for the olfleo of County Tax Cothnustoner, he shall hold a certifl rate from the State Tax Commision that he has been examined by them and that he is ipiailfleil for the office. During the month of January, Itlii ami every four years thereafter, the .State Tax Commission Khali prepare a list of questions on the applicant's experience n an assessor, his knowl edge of the revenue law, hl knowl edge of the geography f (he county in which he expects to become a can dldntc, his ' knowledge of the indus tries and property of such county and his elementary training and bus! ness experences to All such olTice . Not later than the second Monday in February of each year In which such examination is to be held the State Tax Commission shall send to the county Attorney by rcglsterei mail, securely sealed with the sen of the State Tax Commissioner, t list of such questions, and the Couti ty Attorney shall securely keep them with seul unbroken until the seconi Monday in March when the examl nation shall be held. On the date fixed for the examination the sail examiner shall hold a meeting at the county seat beginning nt nine o'clock , ; I J , m GENUINE BULL'DURHAM TOBACCO TAKE BIG DROP Manufacturer Of Well Known Ranges Lead In Sweeping Price Reduction. The general twenty-five entertain your friends? What does A, M." We do not aim, however, to let the increased use of machines cause us to grow machine In this like in dealinK with our customers. respect we intend always to remain intensely human. Din't Prri NR Your n. Liver to Actitn Ovrtm Sick Hss-ltch- t, it cost yon for an evening's entertainment? Will yon entertain an "Invisible" Guest at your table and become a member of the" Invisible" Guest Club of America? It will cost you only Ten Dollars. Crlslnf or Psin. The Biliousness. Ccfistlps-llsquickly. Ho Ousrsnlcoct. The Garrard Bank & Trust Co LANCASTER, KY. ri He lives in darkness and radiates gloom. He is simply a pessimist, and the work of the pessimist When yott opon your mouth what kind of n noise do you is too often destructive. Utit why be a pessimist? mnko? Every time you speak a Why not be an optimist in good word for this town you stend ? Pessimism is worse than speak for yourself, for the rheumatism. The one puts a home booster is always few joints out of proper order,! by home lovers. but the other is a drag to the( It's nn easy thing to make a nasty remark about your mind, the body and the soul. Station yourself on a street town, but it is difficult to stop that remark front traveling af- corner and watch the people' go by for an hour. Ninety-- i ter it has once been uttered. nine out of a hundred will be Tb monkey in the jungle swings from limb to limb and happy, and cheerful, and con- from tree to tree at remark- tented, and will give you nj ed Which Appeals To You? I lomarh, and rumination Ilia are rlostljr Hint, ami thu iiroprr action of anr of thcs orsrsna Is larcrljr lrprnlent uin fho corrn-- t functioning of nil thi others. "Whipping" your lircr Into action with calomel or for me your txiwrlt with Irritating l.tiatucs or strong ralbartlrg Is n gTrat mistake. A bl-tt- r, safer plan l strengthening anl lonlnc th nholn illctillvo anil rlimlna-lir- a system with Nature's Remedy INK Tablets), which not onlr ami 'last-Intut lmralut relief, act nn benefit. the stomach. It Ilxer, bowels ami kidneys, Improves llrceitlon ami assimilation, overcome Lllloueness, corrects constipation and quickly relieves sick headache. Oet your system thoroughly cleansed and purified fur once; stomach, ller nnd bowels working toeether In vigorous liarmony. and you will not hava to taks medlclna every day Just lako una Nit Tablet occasionally la keep ) our system In good condition and always feel your Itest. Itemcmber It Is rulertoanj cheaper to keep well than get well It Is Oet a :io box and try It with the that It must givo you greater relief and Itenent than any twwel or liver medietas you ever ued r no pay. Nature's Remedy (Nit Tablets, Is sold, guaranteed and reevmwended by your druggist. McROBERTS DRUG STORE. nmm i t asalmlU-tlo- n Uur ami gci-uln- s; There are 3,500,000 undernourished, debilitated waifs and orphaned children in liastem and Central luirope, whose lives must be preserved by American generosity and hospitality. A reduction of twenty per cent in retail prices announced by the manufacturer of Great Majestic ranges marks the first break in the price of such commodities. Such an announcement clearly indicates that lower Iron and labor cost nre nnticipated though no dechanges have yet been Ancided nounced in these lines. fund. It has been made known that the policy of this manufacturer is to One of thu first nets of the new make n large scale reduction nt once congress should be a revision of our Immigration laws. With more than in order to get back to n normal basis immediately instead of making sevthree million men now out of em ployment in this country one begins eral smaller reductions throughout yenr. to wonder how the hundred of. the Such noteworthy steps toward the thoufauds pouring in from Kurope to normal back nre going to earn an honest living. establishment of prices are perhaps n most effective I There is nothing to be ngincd by turning America into nn Intcrnntlon-- j measure in contributing to the stabilization of present business condinl poor farm. tions. to 1 Certificate of Membership in the Guest Club of America will be sent to you, signed by Herbert Hoover under-standin-g "Invisible" TREES! TREES! FOR SPRING PLANTING. WRITE FOR OUR FREE CATALOG OFFERING. FRUIT AND SHADE TREES BLOOMING SHRUBS SMALL FRUITS GRAPE VINES PERENNIALS EVERGREENS HEDGING ROSES ETC. People who make the most noise generally have the least to say. ( and Chairman and Treas- Pranklin K. Lane, National There seems to be a tendency on the part of many people to continually criticise others of their acquaintance. It isn't done with the intention of doing harm to the person criticised at 'least not always but is simply a case of seeing the worst side of human nature when the brighter aide could be viewed to much better advantage. None of us arc perfect not even the critics Everything for the orchard, thmselves but we would all be betlawn ami garden. No agents. ter citizens if we were to cinfinc ourH. F. HILLENMEYER & SONS selves to recognizing and fostering Lexington, Ky. the good in humanity instead of stirring the bad. a snail compared to the caus- optimists unawares. The rays tic comments of a chronic pes- of the noonday sun are not brighter or warmer than thu simist. The monkey does berate smiles upon their lips or the either the limbs or the trees, humanity in their hearts. for they tire his home thoy The hundredth man may be mean safety and comfort to deferent. He may be the odd him. iheep i" the (lock, the cloud The pessimist, however, is that dims the brightness of the not as considerate. community light. He is a pes His happiest moments arc simist, and he knows it. Hi when he is slamming his home soul is shrouded in gloom from town. which he never seeks to es Nothing is right. cape. He is a bore even to None of its numerous citi- himself. zens possess the ability to perlite pessimist is never form civic duties in the proper happy the optimist is seldom able speed, but the monkey is cheerful greeting. They are i FLATWOOD (Delayed.) Mr. Durham Alford Is In Richmond urer; also signed by the State Chairman of Kentucky. If you will send your check for Ten Dollars, or more, to the Old Reliable manner. sad. It is possible to be cither, Other people are unable to see the glaring defects that are! but never both. so plain to him. Which appeals to you? Sell In Lancaster THIS ADVICE WE WOULD GIVE ALL OUR TOBACCO GROWING FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS, FOR WE THINK OUR MARKET IS AS GOOD AS ANY IN THE STATE. BE A BOOSTER AND STICK TO YOUR HOME MARKET. for ri few ilayi. Menifee McQucrry, who lias been quite ill Is Improving slowly. Mr. Ira Hell anil wife spent Sun lay. with Mr. Luther McQuerry. .Mr. liurl Jlammnck will be our blacksmith nt this place for 1921. Cranio Dairy Feed will make your cow giva mora milk. Hudson and . Farnau. Horn to the wife of Joe Kuykcn doll a little girl, who they christened Alllce l.uclan. The little son of Mr. nnd Mm. CU11 Tat e m is very ill with Uronchtnl pneumonia. Mr. and Mrs. Hobert Smith and lit tie son, Alvin, oT Lexington were visitor of Mr. and Mrs. John Smith recently. Messrs. Robert King, Roy Cornctt and Miss l.lllle Cornett were the guests of the Misses and Mr. MPs Saturday nlht nnd Sunday. The love that never crow Isn't love it' greed. less Board of Trade Building, Louisville, Kentucky, or deposit this Council, Richard Bean, Treasurer, European Relief KELLEYS Improved Burley TOBACCO SEED. "BEST BY TEST" N'o amount to his credit in any bank in Kentucky, you will receive an "Invisible" Guest Certilicate by return mail. not join this"Invisible"Guest Will you Club today? our farms this or any other year, and we maintain our usual high standard for our seed. Nq need of any high sounding ad, just ask any of the thousands of growers about "Kelley Seed." Every package safeguarded by copyrighted trademark, and none genuine unless in package bearing our copyrighted signature. Price $2,00 per ounce. $28.00 per pound. "rust," "wild fire" or any other disease on The National Bank S. C. DENNY, Caah.fr. Mr, Harding approaches the 4th. of March in fear and trembling. He There is said to be more crime In may forget the first line of his the United States today than at any speech. other time In the history of the counThis Is a proillk'al world, after all. try- And we have more aliens who Men pay 60 or CO cents fpr a hair are opposed" to law and order than cut and then go right out and let at any other time. It it time for us to take a kindergarten course in It grow again. common sense and learn a few need "It requires a thick skinned man ed lessons. No government is o to hold public office these days." re- - strong a to be Immune from underleading dt. Hut he's In er mining by secret forces opposed to mark ror. All hide would be better. It. Ktuurt4 la U. A. l'u ut Offlet- - Address nil orders to B. L. Kelley & LiMcaiter, Keitucky. Sons The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky Thursday Feb 10, 1921 T $1,040; Feather'-- - grocery, $2.000(ry) M I S S H O L L A D Y SCANDI uuu; .Marcus .Mny.'fj Hest grocery, $1,200; John Jackson, $4,000; J. H.; Nicholas and Henry Jackson, $5,000: Mrs. Susan- Hodes, $7,700; Mm. Sara Schooling, $4,000; Mitchell Toylor, X $1,.100; Andrew & Spilman, $5,000; OUR Crescent Lumber Company, $0,600; J. U Hutlcr, $4,600; J. M. Nicholas, CO $1,500; George Weatherford, Ui Finley & Co., $1,022; Pushin llros., $7,000; Cartln A Hnrmon, Chcstnut-Salte- r Hardware Co., O $7,08(1.40; Junction City llnnk, $7, MANY H 000; Hustonvlllc Hank, $8,000; Grn H in ham Price estate, $7,000; Mrs. Liz ci zie Smith, $1,000; Chennult Hugue 0 Sarah Cecil estate, DanvlIU, Fitr, ly, $iuuu; Hon. C C. Drbjr, $1,000; Sarah Cecil estate, $1,200; Fcrndcll 1000 Isle Dred Of Anlinmrnl, With Cl Ilulldlng and Loan Association $ Dressing Ike Shelby, $800; Danville U $300,000 m Motor Co.. Mrs. ft. I. Salter, $2,000; Fcrndcll MayonLate Saturday evening C. C F, T. Ilurke, $1,200; N. L. Curry. Hi iLwIkV' I Ilagby, prominent lawyer of Danville $1,760; Mary (Sunn, $H60; Pleas naise Dressing 0 taaaaaHBKUVM X made nn assignment with liabilities Tucker, $600; llank of Perryvllle, reaching ntroost $300,000. John II $0,000; Sarnh Cecil estate, $060; J. Vclva and Log Cabin Syrup, wllh pan cake Stout and J. A. Uoblnson were nm W. Rawlings. $1,000; Fred Harris, The assets are $400; Opie Lee Roberts, $1,280; 31 flour. Can You Heat It? ed as nsslgnccs. about fi.OOO ncrc of knob land In the Frank West, $550; l (1. Vannrsdale, northern part of the county, scvernl $800.20; Adams llros., $248; llank UJ acre in Garrard county and about of Morrland, $70; Jesse I). Warren, H forty houses in Danville. Also list- $257 50; Mrs. Wilson, $1,800; Mim tn ed with the assest is n life insurance Ida Lord, $5,n00; Frreinan Furniture j Sell your Tobncco on the Lnncnsler Market. AND policy of $200,000. Company $1.100., 73 Mr. Hagby gave as the reason for A Pathftic Instance. his action the temporary money Among his creditors is Mrs. Lizzie Sell your Tobacco on the Lancaster Market. stringency nnd the low price of toold, nnd alone in the He has been engaged exten- Smith, 08 years bacco. our fold adjust- gard to what type of war memorial world with the exception of n sistrr. American sively in the production of tobacco DC DC IE action should be erected in the United He borrowed $1,000 from her and ed compensation bill. The in the knob lands of lloylc county. of the Oregon legislature was unani States are sought by T. Semmes says, He has sixty tenant and in recent owes $50 Interest, she It is believed to be the fore- Walmsley, chairman of the National mous. Since her husband's of the world. ynr has built over sixty tobacco thirty years ago Mrs. death about runner of numerous similar moves Memorials Committee of tho AmeriSmith has As an illustration, of the luirns nnd a number of tenant legion. Information Is also dell.SO a Y.ar. liuicd WmUjt. pres- on th'e part of state legislature In nn can with the truth of this statement, how houses. The greater part of his in- worked employed needle, and nt in Ifort to obtain the p.Vge of the sired in regard to local memorials Payable In Advanca. to alter clothing ent is been constructed. It which have many of you are willing to ad- debtedness was incurred in the sup- the Robertson department store nt bill. J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. tenants fitting the tlm mit that our remarks are true port of themaking the 1020 crop of Danville. The present system of immigra should be addressed to 30l .Marine R. L .ELK1N, Local Editor and Mgr. they were Iluilding, New Orleans, Im. While working for $1 a day years tion was condemned by member of ltsnk in so far n ntlinr tinrmln nnfl tobacco nnd for material used in Members of a commercial club In of a l' i) .Mrs. Mil 1th Entered nt the Tost Office in Lan concerned, but that you can mnking improvements on his numer- supportef"hersclf, saved monev ami the llrnxton County Post Va., the Worland, Wyo., shewed their appre-eiitlo- n Mail American Lrgien nt Sutton, in a caster, Ky., as Second-Clas- s too. In ViVi his tenants ous farms. not see where they apply to of the American Lrgien by Matter. Finally she louned the $1,000 she vote following a discussion of the nccragc of tobacco, raised n large you? Forty-ninper cent of extending free active membership to had saved to Mr. Haghy. That wns problem. Hut cheer up let your vir- which sold on the Danville breaks for about five years ago. Up until n the vote was for stopping immigra the members of Floyd Mlnch Post of biKMttr.Kj.. Ftbruarj 10, 1921 over $50,000. tuous indignation cool on" and short time ngo, she said Saturday, tion entirely; eleven per cent for for- their town. Exceptional Optimilm Shown he always kept the internet on her bidding It far two or three years, nnd Ad.cfli.tnr R.f.ftUrtv ooze out. Perhaps the editor Fcn TilF. AMERICAN PRESS ASSOCIATION, The plan of Mr. llagby to puryou chase the knob land, rellect unusu- money paid, .Mr. Hagby says she is forty per cent far establishing an efis as deep in the mud as fective system of regulation. There absolutely protected. Rata For Political Announcement,. are in the mire, for we frank- al optimism. About five years ngo For Then there is Mrs. Ethel Robert, were no vote in suppsrt of the pre For Precinct and City Offices. .$5.00 ly own to a hankering for more he began buying up the knob lands. widow, whose huband was killed vailing system. In order to purchase the knobs nnd four years ago in n wreck in Sloan's 10.00 than we get. For County Offices In recognition of the American nnd For State and District Offices.'.lS.OO This ailment is not confined erect houses for the ftnantJ Hagby valley, while working as a brakesman Legion's efforts in behalf of disabled the tobacco ,Mr. .10 For Calls, per The barns for money and finances were for the Southern railroad. She re veterans, the sick nnd wounded ex-- , Americans alone. .10 to borrowed For Cards, per line ceived $6,000 from the railroad. or-Detroit whole human race is afflicted tendered him on all sides. Most of This amount and part of the insur service soldiers of post with have For all publications in the intergnnlzed a Lcgiuq a mem with it. It began when Adam the money was borrowed at 0 per ance money, was loaned to Mr. llag bership of more than two hundred est of individuals or expression of individual views por plucked the forbidden fruit, cent interest and only the revenue by, who is indebted to her ami her Following an appeal by the New princiinvestment 10 from line child for $7,000, she York Department to eight thousand! and ha's been growing upon us pal the promised in and the .05 return. were . Obituaries, per lino declared. ministers of nil religious denominaever since. It will end only Tho business was progressing all However, nt the time of her hus tions of the state, more than five ht when human life ceases to and Mr. Hngby thought he was band's death, Mrs. Roberts said she hundred cities and towns participat1st. making money, he wild, when the was not of age, and a guardian wns ed in "American . Legion Sunday," Everybody knows it, and slump in tobacco prices this year appointed for her. There are two January 10th. Posts attended the We are authorized to announce and all kinds of caused creditors to push him for bondsmen, and she feels certain this service in a body. Rev. Ed Hubbard n candidate for t:o many admit it. , ther result he was debt, or the greatr part of it, is setheir nomination for sheriff of fiarrnru .Minnesota Legion post will assist Truth is stranger than fic- unablemoney, with to meet their demands, county, subject to the action of the cured. This debt, Mr. Hagby stated men of their state to obtion, sometimes, and life is the He is one of the best liked citizens is safe for her. Republican party. tain their quota of the 4,800 lost LibSEK OR PHONE greatest story of all. of Iloyle county ,his friends sny. erty bond and O.fiOO Unclaimed dishe could have run Some etato that That's what ails us. Legion News charge certificates filed away in Little for any political office in the county P, B, Williams Washington, D. C. Alphabetical The American Legion, which was and would hnvc been elected. America is suffering from list of owner ha been "Issued" to Day. cred- - quick to offer its nid to the police nt Even now, when tome of his what might be termed our nal.ancn.trr, Ky enrh post by I.eion state f J.0.?.1"?-panrc in J. the height of the crino wave, is now Clean up look up stay up! tional ailment an almost uni- Quick Svrvicr and Good Work rt nny, ill establishing employment agencies their money, there is Ideas from men in re It is only a matter of a few HU fricniU nrc and aiding men during the t hlm thing for as near nothing as weeks when' spring cleaning LoHju. behind him and arc hopeful present low tide of Industry- - A napossible. will be with us again. he will be able to make good his tional survey of unemployment I made by tin-- American Legion debts. imLet's be ready for it, The manufacturer is not Mr. Hagby is n member of the law weekly and all posts 'have been enpast content with a moderate profit. prove upon the work of of Hagby & Huguely and is con- couraged to establish employment He, hungers for n continuance years, and make this town a firm sidered one of the most competent agencies by F. W. Gnlbraith, Jr., Na- of the rich dividends that ac- place of beauty. tionnl Commander. attorney in Central Kntucky. Let's make it everybody's II borrowed money not for n firm crued during the war. Legionntres have .Massachusetts or corporation, but ns an Individual obtained employment for twenty per Railroad and corporation day. immense wealth otfirials would no doubt feel If everybody leaves it for as one who saw nnd ns one who cent of. applicant nt their office, within easy grasp tremendously peeved if one somebody else to do nothing yet is not disillusioned. He feels Employment officers of Minnesota posts are discouraging to the cities were to suggest that they ac- will be done except in a Hint if hi nranertv in sold gradually nnd interchanging information in cent a reduction in their own manner, but if we all Sand ut a time when business gener to prospect for employment tn at this; time is that each and although they are go to it" with a determination ally is not in its present state of de- their communities. Spokane salaries, everything will come ,that men and their families who are keen on cutting down the to excel it will only require a pressionright in obliga-tlons.- i: every onejof nil the end. out of work are being supplied with wagen of their own employees. small amount of work on the out List Of Creditor,. food nnd other necessities by Legion The employees themselves part of each individual. Keep the o!ddollar movTho following nre the larger cred-Itor- s members. aspire to the maximum wage, The logical way to do a More than two hundred answers of Mr. Hagby; but are seldom averse to re- thing is to pitch right in and Jf. J. Farris, $8,000; Iloyle Hunk to the memorial calling attention to ing andlbusinesslwIULbe brisker. 5f ducing the amount of work Stick to it until it is done, and $0,000; People' Tobacco Warehouse the situation which surrounds the re Company. $400; I. M. Dunn, $350; habilitation of disabled veterans of there.-donal- perfhrmcd. then hold it 't the PreachVthis doctrine and prac' the World War. presented to It's the same in every line of ow any slipping or sliding, "uft,hnm 'mp,emc"Compnn; President-elec- t and Congress by the '500; Hughes business ,in every walk of life. Hick t0 t,le oltl ,UVel- Danville Ice nnd Coal Company, $2.- - American Legion, hnvc been receivtice it. Start it today. Mail us Throw a scrap of meat into Mediocrr results may be 100; Hoylc Bank, $2,500; People's ed nt National Headquarters by F. Snm W, Galbraith, Jr., Notionnl Commnn. the, henyard and the spryest good enough for some locnll-- J llnnk, Perryville, $11,000; a'check for your account which Mrs. Hen Los- - der. In almost every instance, the of them will grab it and duck tios, but they are not satisfac- -' Iyns wrote UT, $ J.OUU; .Mrs. lUrKS, SJUUU; IIUS senator nnd representatives for safety. It wants to hog Inre In rli rw.nnln r.f tl.ia Surber, that they would support the Legion's Mrs. needs 'your attention and we'll sell estate, $2,000; We want something better, the whole thing. program for reform of tho rehabilita $2,000; Mrs. Jennio Dillvhny, Human beings arc much the something out of - ordinary, $7,000; tion system. Mrs. Ethel RobcrU, pass it on to those from whom quite in keeping with tho thrift Mrs. II. 11. Ilourne, $2,000; Will J. Paris, France Post of tho Amerisamu as chickens. r,acn one wants to grab as and intelligence of our com- Price $3,000; Mrs. .Margaret Gordon, can Legion has started n campaign we buy. $2,500; Kate McLean, $1,200; Kill to hold the 1022 Legion convention much as possible of everything munity. estate, $12,0d0; Mm. R. C. Stoll, in Gay Pnrce. Why can't we have a general $2,000; .Mr Daisy Chinn, $100; Mrs, National Headnuarter in sight and let the other fcl of the Let us hear from you at once. low be content with what is spring elennup day, when Z. Engleman, $1,250; Cecil 4 Hu- American Legion has distributed five every citizen will get out and guely, $5,000; Sam Owens, $500; J. thousand copies of a manual which left. national II. Ilrown, $50; Hrlscoc Cain, $800; member of the We are eternally emitting put the polish on our town Yours Very Truly, . Mrs. James Gentry. $7,000; John speaker' bureau will use during the roars of protest over the con remove the debris from certain $1, upproaching membership campaigns. tiiiwcd high prices. Hut we streets, clean up back alleys Stout, $4,800; Jliss Jannie Leer 200; J II. Haughmnn, $300; James The manual, which was prepared by arc like nations that advocate aud unsscd thoroughfares, and II. McGinn!, $200; Hudson & Davis. thn American Leirion News Service. disarmament we wait for the place the stamp of cleanliness, $2,600; Yates Hudson, $2,000; A. T gives a brief history of the organ!- -' other fellow to step down first sanitation and beauty upon the Wingnte, $'i,O0O; Mrs, Marie .Mason, ration, outline the definite accom$7,600; Mr. Kate Rice, $1,000; W plishments for the benefit of Everybody admits that whole community? , men and the country and kU No one objects to closing the II. Roberts, $8,000; Mrs. Sam Tug something must be done, but forth plan of the Legion for the gle, $2,000. nobody feels that he is the one business houses for a day iu Collector with bank, $1,000; future. Sell your Tobacco on the Lancaster Market. order to hold a town picnic or Farmers' National Hunk, $20,000; G. The state legislature of Oregon Jo do it. We are inconsistent and other celebration. That is a A. McRoberts, $2,500; Swift & Co., ha tent a memorial to Congress illogical, but no worse than the common occurrence all over $3,600; note for insurance premium, urging immediate paiiage of th iicini GENUINE' Vulcan Plows the countryi nnd everybody has a Knln time. Hut who ever henrd of n town cloning up business in or der to take a municipal bath? It's a j?ood move for this town to inatiKuratc. We're for a cleanup holl jday, with everybody In action 'Are you 7 'Say "yes." A ' ES o BEAR IN MIND 2 $H,-60- 0; $1,-36- 0; z Appetite 2 We the have exclusive agency for Plows, Points SUFFER n From Financial Failure rt Ticklers 0.r and Repairs. t0 aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaV o CONN BROS. 2! Currey 8b Gulley. "LIVE LET LIVE FOLKS." H' AvavnoHssiww 3I1J tH The Central Record e , Up-To-D- line........... ..... Plumbing, Heating, Guttering, Roofing, .... four-year-ol- d Political Anouncement ox-rjB- Repairing, Tin Work Just A Truth American Everybody's u" 'r be-in- g A NECESSITY per-functio- ry d usmeetour 8 $2,-70- HASELDEN BROS. The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, Feb 10, I 92 1 . The Lancaster Building & Loan ASSOCIATION. kcwpntctJ. Takes Mortage I.onnt from It member on weekly or monthly Installment. Own n home paid for out of rent money by lie ing nn Investor In the l.nncnster nuildlng nml l.onn Association. If not n borrower Anil want n diving nccount Invent your week ly or monthly savings. Your savings will loon be large enough to drnw interest. Mr. nml Mm. 0. II. Carpenter, who have been spending several months In St. Cloud, Fin., with Mr. John Carpenter ami Mr. Aker, returned I homo I nut Saturday. J, K. ROMNSON, President Wm. S. HOPI'KH, Scc't. & Trc. Sell your Tobacco on the Lancniter Market. Gossip About People vvv A Rrltl Msnlien el th Oelnji by Thou Wl Art Mis Mary walker has been a re cent visitor In Danville, Miss Jnnii Mount is visiting her sister, Mrs. Thumns Wilson In Howl ing Green. Comli,l swl Inttmltd In. Dr..and Mm. W. S. Klkln, of At- Inntn, attended the burial of Mr. E. C. Harnnrd here yesterday. Little Misa Mary Shackelford, of lllchmond, is visiting her grand- mother, Mrs. Km inn KaulTman. Mm. Mn. Chenault li visiting her Mn m Richmond. Mr, (inllawny, of been visiting Richmond, ha of llerea, are guesU of her sister. Mis Minnie Woods, of Stanford, Mr, lien Wood and Mr. Wood. It the guest of Mm. J. 11. Woods. . ... .. Mr. Ilrown Cogar, of Dsnvttlc, hai guest of her sMer, Mrs. J. II. Wood been a recent visitor in tancaitcr. has returned to her home In Danville. Mr. and Mr. Thomas Purdom and daughter were visitors in Danville Saturday. Mr. and Mr. W. A. Farnau and on. Kennedy .spent Sunday with the linraiter frirndi. J. H. Umbert and children, ...... -- Mlu hstelle Vaughn True, of K. K. S, Y., wm the attractive week end guest of Ml,cii Anna Hellc and 'Tl often said that comlne went Pcnrl Crutchfletd at their home on cast their shadow ihcnd. This was iCrnborchard street. very successfully last Friday morning. The class bell rang three The Woman's Club met Thursday earlier, Mr. Iloyd hurridly afternoon nl the rooms on Lexington minutes class nml left the room avenue. Afler the business meeting dlsmiMril the He hurried down t!te with n smile. the Itev. I'. T. Smith gnvc n talk on the study of "Itcvelatlons." About walk, then after much investigation into this unusual ordeal, wc discov17 members were present. ered that Mrs. Iloyd was coming Mr. James Collier nnd daughter, home. Mts ElUabcth. who have been guests p(tur, ,,rrl,nUd To u , s. ,,y The of Mr. nnd Mrs. U. D. Simpson, have S nlors gone for n visit to relatives. In Lex The tenchers nnd pupils of the ington and Winchester before re turning to their home in Fork Kldge, (.nncititer High School arc vry en thuMixtlc ovr the picture of various Tennessee. famous colleges, presented to them Judge William Duncan, of Louis by the Senior class of 1021. The vllle, Mrs. W. O. Ilradley and Mrs, picture are enjoyed by every pupil Christine Ilradley South, of Frank nnd visitor as they can be seen on fort, Minus Charlotte and Jennie the wall of the various rooms ami We are Wnrren and Mr. Ashby Warren, of halls of the High School. Stanford, .Mr. and Mrs. Addle Check, sure the pictures will help the of Danvilil Still Mr. Willlnm Itrmnrj I I till tills verv much liv erortinir in f ?rw york r., n,il.niil.,i ,j, i,r. them a erent desire to eo to some of (ia o( Mr All wish to nrnnri yesterday, these great colleges. I Lancaster School Notes PLUMBING Steam, Water Furnace Hot and Heating ROOFING, GUTTERING SHEET METAL WORK. STOVE AND RANGE REPAIRING. anop rnone ts. c. d. McCarthy Lexington St. what I around Lancaster, Ky. g room Claude Kice "Soy, tho pcculnr odor I smell here:" Iloger "Oh, thnt'i Jut the smell of the dead language in Mr. Iloyd' room. I Classified Column RATES i 5 Stclln II. "Wish my shoe would not run over." Hen "Hush I What do you pour in them?" So ad taken for Single Insertions lc a word less than -- Oc o nd In this in this column. Buckeye School Notes. Miss Iner Itny enjoyed thc tality of tho Mlsus Calico, of hospiItich- ......... !. menus -- - L....... to .....flnr.l iinnv ... .. ... oi .miih name e. nml llwv iin I Lrum-rntnlnt- Irt-la- n. "is time has been per- For many years the FOK SALE: One ix cap range, the milllne0- ' smlly of Mn li.nk. Hudson In Dan- good im new, sell at bargain. Apply nusines in iJincaster and tneir many vUlt, Mrs. Eugene Atdridgc, of Kansas loyal friends will express sorrow over W. Smith, Clothing Man. to City, is the truest of Mr. and Mrs. Miss l.ula Mae Sutton has been this "ntfliction nnd wish for M, New six FOK SALE or KENT: M. (I. Aldrldge. spending a few days with Mr. and Snllii nn enrly nnd complite re- room Ilungalow on Hnselden Heights Mrs. Taylor House, near Crab Or- - coven-- . Mrs. J. K. Robinson and MIm Vlr-gi- rhanl. W. II. Moss, Jr. Ilourne have been recent visiJlr. ami Mr. I). Culley, of Klch- We are telling everything at cost. tors in Danville. .ir. v, iiuarn .pangier ami wue, oi moml avenue were at home to ten J. R. Mount and Co. I'rlncrton, W. Va have been recent friends at an afternoon party In cele- Mrs. W. II. Ceok and Mr. Robin-w- n guest of Mr. amt Mrs. - t. Mng, llmitiiin of their Miss Ceok, of Danville, spent Mon.Mlttlc Dunn and Mis Lucille Statm'. nwir iiutiuie. FOK SALE: A lot of clover nnd day In Ijincanter. i fi..u.i , ... i i.ii..im. timothy hay. (mixed.) retresnmenis . ... 1. ... Ml... . V. i. ....... Mwwr. D. W. Mahan and F. D. I -- .1.. L J. W. Elmore. ...l.l. Raines, of Danville ,wrre on a busi Mature of the afternoon. p Mr. umii FOK SALE One Ford touring car. . . - .!.. .1 U.. '" ' Tl.. ness trip here .Memlny. necoraicw wim many Maple anue. With only thi.s message. "Let the imagine what's the trouble. Think 1917 model, new tires nnd in first ri.,iua huh me aunir was a rest of the school bo by." Mrs. J C. Koblnsen s visiting her 11.,, it's the price of "rubies and land." class condition. Phone 375. one. The young slaughter, Mr. Hubert Henry and tensil removed has recovered cn- - were fourteen years old. May ladies John Wood. (It.) Freshman New, The Hamilton elected the follow these Mr. Henry in Lexington. cla.M has ing officers for their society: PresiFOK SALE: One pair of horse tlrely much to the gratification oflendid young girls live to enjoy The Freshman science many more happy events, I. the wish been 'studying the eye for the past dent, Iva Ilollon; Secretary. Jessie mules, three years old and one pair Klmore, who has hr many friends. Mrs. Chenault week nmr examining imnll thing II. Kay; Treasurer, Christine Davis; of marc mules two years old. of theii many friend. been visiting relative in Sholbyvtlle, .Mr. JrHMe Sweeney is (julte ill of through the microscope. This is Critic; Annie May. Thc JclTcTsons Price Normal, W. T. King has returned to Ijinraster. pneumonia at hi home en Danville very interesting work nnd we nre en- - elected: Pres., Koberta Kay; Vice-Pro- ., FOK SALE: A fewHlue Grass Mrs. J. K. Elmore entertained one avenue. His numerous friend. hope Joying it very much. Hoy Long; Sect., Inez lind; seed at $2.00 per bushel. Phone The marriage of Mr. Jasper Sebas taMc of bridge Monday afternoon at that he will noon recover. Since the beginning of the second Treai., Elmer Kay; Critic, Irene 8J-W. M. Cornctt. thin In Ml Mnl.pl l'r..ltt I. nil. ..f his home en Islington avenue. .Mr. ami Mn. r.vereti rrrvou I .u.. coun.v wn, ,0i,.mni.,i i nirh term we hnvc been taking "Old Grow. II I I tl- .A Cheap FOK SALE: Incubator i The Parent Tenchers' meeting The many friends of Mr. Jesse irun nnu uauj , tl resrou. wu lutvr I Jnnuarv '7th.. H..v fl CI Testament Narrative" three times a " I a.. t.u a and Steel nrown t Om.n, olficating. The bride Is the week for our Knglish lesson and Sen- was held Jan. 'JHth. Sweeney arc sorry to hear of his ill- rr.urnw. inim a ts.i io ..in. la There was nnd Ilrooder, Mailable ness at his heme on Danville avenue. parenu. .nr. ana .Mr. Carroll iiailey, chrming daughter of Mr. and Mrs. tence nnd Theme twice n week. We quite nn improvement in the attend Ranges, Cast Cooks and Ranges, ...., in Manioru. v i, ...... UIU 1M( . nlo have a great ileal of memory ance. A copy of the picture, "Sir Huggy and Wagon Harness, Collars, . ... t . ..111. IV. J Mlis Elisabeth Mhldteton. of Jack-suThis nrrangement suit us dalahad" was presented to Miss Pads and Check lines. Mran, work. Mr. and Mr. Itobcrt House, of lnc Kroom is th0 on Mich., i the guest of her par J. It. Mount nnd Company. 1 heliastinn, near .Nina. very well nnd all enjoy our Knglish May's room as an award for having Mr M. C. AMriil nn.l ents, .Mr. and Mr). 'Torn Middleton Danville. the largest percentage of parents A wedding feast was given, them work very much. FARM WANTED" Would like to Itoger Aldridge, composed an nuto I en Danville avenue. present. , This l The Clin. rent HiO or 1100 acres fnrm on shares. party to the Chlengo Auto show and 1,1 lnc nomt' 01 the Kroom 1 ,,nrt,n " We were rather amused last week I hive four steady boys and do our nn me .nin. About fifty guests Tht u th rn.. , .in..,-- t.4.1 The many friends ef Mr. E. II. n visit to friends In (ary, lnd. were present. Tbey nre receiving lluurUind are glad to know she is This U thn rla. tl.nt win. it... i..t when n little girl came to school with own work. See or write J. A. Conn, Miss Kntlmrine Warriner, of Hus- - the best wishes of their many friends n surgical oper doing nkriy after Thi!t u thc clnM thnt ahvny passes. her ring tied on lir finger with n Jr., Hox 77, Lancaster, Ky. will slnpr at the Christian mr a long life of congeninl happi- ( We never could imagine . ribbon. ation At the DnnvlHc boenlul Salur-- I tonvlllr, i, u thc c,Bt!( that hn, c church next Sunday. She Is a tal ne. why, but supposed she wa afraid day. For sale or exchange for well Imented singer, whose song always This i the clnss where the boys arc sotuc one would take it awny from proved farm: A house on Maple I Mrs. Paul Iloyd and children, ' please. All arc invited to hear her. Faulkner-Botk- in her. bright; 10 rooms, in Avenue Danville, Arilr IIIH IWvd ami Paul. Jr.. have; When n young lady come in Mr. On Sunday, Jan. .10th., 1921, Miss This I the class that I the High furnace, lights, water, gas, barn and I. About slxttvn little frientVa of i vUi, I. Iimv . .. . Price room without a middy suit other outbuildings nnd large lot. MU Wiwbeth Logan Simpson help- - r.tia rauikncr wn united in mar- - ichoor light. Mr. nnA Mrs. I1IB. in l.rtcherflcld. on, she doosn't look like any of "us" cn ceieuraie ncr tweiltn Georgja Anderson, Danville, Ky. blrthilny ringe to 3Ir. Clifford Kotkin. The I This is the class that ha no bone- KontQeky. and we stare nt her as if she wa a last Tuesday. The table was beau- - marriage came ns n great surprise to head. 303 Maple Avenue. stranger. nenu nnu relatives. .Miss Minnie .Nelson itamsey, .Mis tlfully decorated for the happy event 1,11 "'"" mis is llie clnss that don't use Myrtle wore her new blue crepe del K00MS FOK KENT: ONE large lhP brl,,c ' tllp beautiful and at- - daybvds llurdettes Itamsey and Miss Nancy and 12 candles adorned the birthday (uyn, of Paint Lick, formed a week- - cake, disclosing the age of this popu- - tractive daughter of Mr. and Mr. We'e always on the Jump nnd never chine dress to school Friday. She: room for any kind of business, three knew we were going to sell all the adjoining same for light house kecp- raulkner, formerly of ljtn- - in the dump, end house party of Misses Mnry Mill- - lar young lady. It was n Joyous oc-sernps. U c re glad she did, becnuse ing in Paint Lick. Who? Freshmen! er and Lenn Woods at their home rasion, made more so by the gener-- 1 raster, hy., but now of lllooming- K. C. L. paid $375 for her. which" W. F. Irks. ton, lnd. We congratulate Mr. Hotous hospitality of thc hostess. on Itichmond avenue. Social Items. goes into our Society fund. SO.TEast Main St., Richmond Ky. kin 011 winning the heart and hand Mi Sexton sjient the week-enThe graduating class is planning . of such n beautiful and highly &e-- J 077 7Z bALh: A few select S. C. ut her home in Lexington. to purchase a set of false teeth fori cvmpiisncu young lauy. W hi,c l'choTn Pullt'ls nml yearling one of thc trfcmbcw of our faculty. Mrs. Heard spent the week-enThe groom is n son of Mr. and I Ul .,UU I'Ubll II lUltlTII Ub Mrs. Charlie Hotkln. He is graceful with her daughter, .Miss Mary Ann I.llt.O. This I a splendid bargnin as Notice. and line in every way and n school Heard, who is one of thc charming -- ..II.... ""' "" I I teachers nt I.. 11. S. All pewon. having claim against teacher, of Smlthville, lnd. hnvc morc than we have ...... r n, a e .w tli- - ...tn. The bride wore for her wedding! Miss Estridge spent the week-ene Present Vh "L " ' i .?' I n pretty tailored suit of blue, with nt her home in Paint Lick. cm to u , "rrsntsvllle. Ky. ,,mn..rlv. v.,rin...i hut to mutch. After a brief bridal Mi Mayme Stnpp entertained the All persons Indebted to said estate, tour, they will make their homi in "Illg Six" last Friday evening. MALE HELP WANTED: Get please settle tame nt once. Smithville, lnd. Congratulation busy, keep busy. Is your Job unSoclsl Topics in Brief, .Mrs. Snbrn Price.Executrix. safe? ami host wishes of a hott of friend Is it permanent? You want It must W concluded thnt our to -follow them. g n business. You can get in.rv?5 bacco in n fifteen cent dgar makes to such n business, selling more than Sweet Clover n fine show. 137 . Scott-Pric- e. products And Honey. mers Wotklna own uuto ordirect to farIts hard to persuado disarmament If you Mis Callle C, Scott nnd Mr. Tho. team or can Sow sweet clover, cheaper 'nnd get one. if you give bond K. Price surprised their many rela conmucingly to a to a bank so heavwith ncr- better than red clover. Buy direct sonal sureties. We back you with tlves nnd friend on lust Wednesday ily nrmed. AT I DI RIDING AND Like elephants In a show not many from grower, special scarified seed big selling helps; 52 year in busi evening by eloping to Jelllco, Tenn., WALKING ULIVLIV where they wre married by llev. thing are able to stay on a pedestal for prompt germination. Price and ness; 20.000,000 user of our s. circular free. AIo prices on very long. linker, of that city. Write for information where John A. Shechan. you can get territory. Miss Scott is the youngest daugh Hill Ijincnster tobacco I very much honey. Falmouth, Ky. J R. WATKINS CO., Dept. Ill, ter of Mr. Jas. A. Scott if this coun- like tcraplron, nearly nil eaten up by li. F. I). No. 1 (2 ty, a popular ntudent of our City rust. Winona, Minn. of All Kinds and Repairs. Plow Points High School nnd a beautiful accom Hy The W.y plished young lady. He, who ha Did you know the (Irouml liog Collars, Pads, Bridles, Back Bands, won her for hi mate should be very . didn't see his shadow. t i. nappy inucaii tor lie nai louml n Miss Sexton "Why were the mid treasure, "whose price i far above Trace Chains, Etc. dle age called thc Dark Agon?" ruble." S. I). "llecause there were Mr. Prico I n ion of Mr. II. Z. o We arc well prepared to take cure of many knight." Price, ulso of this county. He It a and are all your wants for the spring work popular young farmer of sterling Mr. Scott wn beside himself with reducing prices on many things that you will We have a choice worth and character ,vho distinTimothy rage. guished himself while "over teas" need. Come In and be convinced. You shall not marry my daugh Seed which we will sell at a cheap price for lighting for our country. he fumed. The "llecord" und their many ter!" "Hut we aro already married, sir," friends Join in wishing them n long life of much happiness and great declared Tom calmly. "I'll lee that you don't do it success. again!" he thundered and then They will receive their friend nt Sell your Tobcc6 on the Lancaster Market. callapsed. their beautiful country home, tear Danville, after March lit. Outside Mr. Iloyd's Latin class prji-gra- "'' ',fl" ,r ,,. -.. . .oel, or.1 .li. u . h S.nlir in .Ininv t,... nl I- grand-daughte- r, ,..!, ..l l.u.n 1 The Lunch Period. Kverv one Is glail to hear s again. " clock gong .as they nw what t meani;. The A Washington Longfellow then will be given ,m"'h ,lown to h'' ,,Unch '"J ditorium on Feb. In the'School Au- n lhth. by the Jcirer-so,u,,v" 'i'r"" and Hamilton Literary Societies.. wlt "uur l"n,nK Kmes oi an Kimw. Hut the sophomores have spent most Mr. Hiram Carter ha not been of the time the past week discussing able to attend school for several the runaway. (Scott Price.) days. The "Sophs" nre feeling kind'n Thc piano In our school has bejn blue. prnctlcally resting for several weeks, Sarah, Virginia, teachers and all but we are all thinking it will receive through and through, the proper Ufage now, s wc have a Fur Cnllie from school. Tom did "music loving" girl In school, whol entice is always ready to obey the order of' To change her name to Mrs. Price. "play some, Iva." t She left US Algebra, Ijitin and Mr. Jesse liny is on thc "blue list" F.nglish to try" now, of course none of us can alw-ay- mond Inst week-enWe nre glad to know that Mr. Klmer Hny, who ha been ill for the the past week it able to be in school column chnrged. Seven Insertions for the price of live. Phone order must be paid promptly. ;X K.X KX.KV Kit )T)0(:XXX00XKXXD09C WANTED To trndc n good mule for 13'JO Ford with' starter. G. C. Wnlker. irii Js 11 Prewitt Sebastian 1 . ft ,. J. ... ,,! ... I ..... , 1 - Ni d d Executrix d iu " " lY life-lon- SEE OUR LINE OF TlTD PUU tillLLLl PLOWS pro-duct- Syracuse Side and Land Plows 1 TIMOTHY SEED 3 g g Goodloe & Walker Bros 1 The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Feb 10 92 1 1 . Many a Pretty Face J. I It has more titan ordinary is Thil leavening strength., xou Eiamlnatlom Are To Ma Prepared seen frequently. It does not Moat save about half. Not only are these pimple and to be cured by lotions, ointment, over the White House. Its use is fly Slt Hoard At Frankfort. splotches disfiguring, but they lead salves and other local remedies, as reserved for the most part for oc You don't pay n biff price for to serious skin diseases that spread they can not possibly reach tho casions when the I'resident appears KalUnbacher.) Gilumct It's sold nt a (By William S. discomforting source of the trouble, which ii in and came the most In his ex office function ns Com man moderate price that repIn Kentucky Begin taking SJSJS. toFor the first time Irritation ami pain. Sometimes they the blood. of the army and navy. resents anoUwr saving. thoe who nspire to assess property foretell Eczema, bolls, blltcr, icaly day, and write a complete history The President's Hag consists of the You don't feel uncertain ns for taxation In nny county In the coot of arms as they nppear on the that of your case to our chief medical eruption! nnJ other annoyances to results. Makings never State, will this year, have to pass nn President' seal, against a blue bark torn like flames of Arc, and make adviser who will give you special fsil because Calumet never (alls Instructions, without charge. Wr.ta examination to test their qtiallficn ground and Hanked by four stars. your skin Is ablaze. you feel that below the. prurcn standard of "Best onco to Medical Director, 15- can lie voted for tions before they If you are aliiictoii wun inn at by Tes- tIts history' anil use are described in Ga at either the primary or general elec the monegniph n "Flags of the fonn df sUn disease do not expect iSwIfc laboratory. Atlanta, tiun World" of the National Geographic This puts Into elfect a law pnsetl Society n fwllews: by the llMrit.egUlaturr, which nbtd "When the I'resident visits n ves Ishe.l the olTlce ef County Assessor sel of the IThIIsmI States, the I'rs. ami created instead that of County dent's ting is broken at the main the i Tax Commissioner and fixed the nee moment he rourhe the deck and is essary quaiiiieHtHin tor twining me long hi he is on board kept )1)ing new utTiec. If the venae', en n do mi, n nnt.nnal For the reasen that County Asses I'll' m guns is fired as salute of twenty-on- e sors were elected In 1917, far four-yea- r soon as possible nfter his arrival on terms, the law could not be hoard. Upon departure another sa made to apply to them, and while guns Is fired, the lute of twenty-on- e they took the new destination of ('resident's fiag lowered with the last County Tax Commissioner It win gun THE UNIVERSAL CAR of the salute. provided in the law that they were It possesses the highest qual"When the I'resident is embarked to hold on, and that the qualification The Ford Coupe, with electric self starting ity ever nut into a IlakinR 1 a boat he usually directs that his in Cal at feature apply to their successors, tlag be displayed Powder. Contains only such and lighting system, lias a big, broad scat deeply Cold Caka I from the staff in Previous to the passage of this law, incredicntsashavclK'en offiRaclpc the bow of his barge. When he upholstered. Sliding plate glass windows so that the County Asscs.or, like any other cially endorsed by United States Yolks of 8 reck (lying his llag, ves pastes In a boat the breeze can sweep right through the open Food Authorities, fiscal olficer, was ineligible to sue 11, cups of gransels oi uie navy parade the fun ulated sugar, ?J car. Or in case of a storm, the Coupe becomes a ceeil himself, but under the new act For weeks, for months, it guard, four ruffles nre given on the cup of water, tj closed car, snug, rain-proI las the County Commissioner may sue drum, four and dust-proo- f. keeps as fresh nnd full of cup of butter, flourishes are sounded on strength as the day it left the reed himself in olTlce. 2l-mps naitry all the I'ord economics in operation and mainthe bugle, the national anthem it Cilumet Factories, the World's llour,3lcvrltca The questions for the examina pla)ed by the band tenance. A car that lasts and serves satisfacLarge!, most Sanitary and Modem and officers and spnons Calumet tions for candidates for County Tax men salute. When the 1'resldent is Hiking Powder plants. taking torily ns long as it lasts. Demountable rims Commissioner are prepared by the 1 tablcspwn of It Is Important that yon use only mbnrked in a ship llying his tlag, all with tires all around. For the doctor h vxnllla Th.n Commission ,it Frankfort, State Tax straiuTit wheat ffour (rwf Ki. rising saluting shlpi en meeting her at sea I mix in the tcgu4 and travelling salesman it is the ideal car. but the examination may be conduct- - or elsewhere, flour) anj pure ii.iki; pnwder ii and all naval batteries x way. ed by the County Attorney of each you wish tii obtan the gluten de. fire a national satute on missing. junty, the papers of each candidate mamlrd by siuml health. Previous to the present order forwarded to the State Tax i be'ng there were the designs displayed on Commission for checking anil grad- Dogs and on colors to be used in the not interested in any ear except Ford ing and the necessary certificate to presence of the Commander-in-chie- f qualify as a party candidate for eith,1 of the army and the navy. The and t'n- comim.-wioWill You Save A Life? M r er the primary or general election. navy designs was of an earlier date 'orosity to ho found in jiropor- Expel Fewer Candidates. than that of the army, and consisted ,, If you were utan-inj- r in yuri,in I A .......i... t'nder such a revolutionary pro- of the coat of arms of the United home and your iukIiIiow insjuL(1!tJ11,,, ,IV ,111P mi. -- i,i..cedure it is expected that there will States as shewn In the great seal. I be a decided falling otf in the num upon a blue ground. This happened otl you by in total itidiiroronco Hut what nn we doing for ber of candidates for these nomina- to be almost identical with the in to your stiire rings, what would thi'ju! starving millions? tions in both parties, since the exami- - fantry colors. The President's col- - you think of them? If our people would contriI nation determine qualifications, is is ors wore designed to, be distinctive In China there are thirty bute only a mite ottch 25 or generally agreed, will act as a strong from the infantry colors and consistI deterrent against any but those realmillions of unhappy people o() cunts it would he a God-flun- d ed of a blue ground with a large ly qualified to seek and become can to many in starving cnmn star outlined heavily with who aro starving today be didate for the otflce. white. Within the star was to be cause their crops have failed China. It would save human old regime, the office of Under the seen the coot of arms of the United and there is no more food for liven which otherwise must County Assessor in Kentucky, instad Rules A Week's States and outside the star within them to eat, except such as of being one of the most important, perish. angles were small stars to the may oe sent in from outside Business. degenerated until it became a joke its The year had gloomily begun What warm hearted lady or number of the States tn the Union." Uy common eon-sesources. For Willie Weeks, n poor man's Sun. Carefully examine every detail of and a byword. gentleman will undertake to the office in some counties was The president of the United lead a movement for (he colyour business. allotted to the desrrpit and the half, He was beset with bill and dun, He prompt in everything. States has appealed to all lection of a fund in this town, was the custom to take care of And he had very little Mon. Take time to consider, but decide or it Americans to us to come relying upon this uuwspapur some fellow in the county assessor-shi- p positively. who was a good party whooper-u- p to the relief of these starving to rentier every nid possible., pay "This cash." he said, "it won't Dare to go forward. and was not considered sufficientpeople, many of them helpless and upon the editor to muke dues. Bear trouble patiently. ly qualified to hold any other office. I've nothing here but ones and Tues. He brave in the struggle of life. babes in arms. the llrst contribution? kid! riv-.ttMaintain your integrity as a sac- This does not mean some of the in New York City alone from v. uc The Chinese nre not begging w , . I . . w ,(.. nt-- i Int. County Assessors were not well ney trouble bst year. Don't allow A bright thought struck him, and he red thing. victim by ing made in the large cities, for bread. They are miserqualiified for the work of taking the yourself to become said, Never tell business lies. assessment, and these usually made neglecting pains nnd aches. Gua. d and supplies arc being rushed ably dying instead? "The Rich Miss Goldrocks I will Make no useless acquaintances. the assessorship as stepping stone for against this trouble by taking Wed." to the famished land as rapidNever appear something more Norman Davis, Under-Sec- the office of Sheriff. than you are. ly as possible. rotary of State, Washingto, I). MEDAL As might have been expected unHut when he paid his court to her, Pay your debts promptly. Hut the heart of America is C, has been designated by the der such an antiquated and obsolete She lisped but firmly said, "So, Shun strong liquor. not alone in the metropolitan president as treasurer of the system, the assessment for county Thur." Km ploy your time well. and State taxation was generally uncenters of population. It is fund. Do not reckon upon chance. satisfactory and charges of favori- Tha world's standard ramatiy for kldnay, everywhere. "Alas." said he, "then I must die!" IT IS IN THIS lie polite to everybody. As wo do in this world, so tlvar, bladder and utlc acid troublaa. tism were frequently made. His soul went where they say souls Never be discouraged. must we expect to be done in remedy sine 1096. TOWN. Holland's national The good effects of the new Fri. Then work hard and you will be All druggists, threa sires. Ouarantttw Nowhere in this broad land tho next. noticablc after the first assessnam GU certain to succeed. It th aa4 .cc.pl mm M.J.I cm. ( U.4 imil.tf?) ment made under it, when the taxThey found his gloves nnd coat and ilininc, the Russian dictator denies able assessment of property increashat, And the coroner then upon him Sat. that he is dead. Possibly he knows. ed many millions of dollars and this Rehas been added to by subsequent in- Is creases. serve In With the office of County Tax Commissioner now one of consider- "'The Wall Street Journal tells us able importance and added emolu- that there Is a possibility that, after ments ,it W expected to attract the Mr. Harding becomes President, the most available timber as candidate, War Finance Corporation will "make the voters all the while knowing that advances upon adequate security to LANCASTER HAS AS GOOD TOBACCO whoever is chosen will be equipped American exporters desiring to trade P MARKET AS THERE IS IN THE STATE OF KENwith the necessary qualifications to with Kuropean countries. ' OUR TERMS ARE TUCKY AND WE WOULD ADVISE YOU TO The War Finance Coporation render satisfactory service. STAND BY YOUR HOME COUNTY AND SELL of the kind should do nothing means is that YOUR TOBACCO ON THE LANCASTER MARBACKACHE IS DISCOURAGING What the proposition money raised by taxing everybody KET CASH OR the busi- Nothing more discouraging than a should be used to facilitate I.amu when you nes of n limited number of private constant backache. BANK. NATIONAL uwaken, pains pierce you wnen you Individuals. We may have been bend or lilt. I fa bard to work or to compelled to do that kind of a thine Please do not ask us to make any tickOF LANCASTER KENTUCKY. rest. Uackacho often Indicates bad during the wa , but we should not III ;;v kldnoys and calls (or prompt treat- follow such n policy now. els or phone us to send any thing out of the L. G. DAVIDSON, Cnthier. ment. Th best recommended remMuch more alarming Is the attack store, unless you send the money. Corner Pul.Iic Square and Danvilla Streat. ProOt by edy Is 1mu' Kidney Pills. Journal upon the the Wall-Streexperinearby resident" by thl Reserve. Hoard." SURPLUS $60,000.00 CAPITOL $50,000.00 "autocratic Federal ence: does this mean? The Wall WE STRIVE TO SERVE. Wc would like to accomodate you, but I! Mrs. J. 8. Good, Loan St., Stan- What apeaks for those "A constant back- Street Journal ford, Ky., nay. Uie Old we can not send goods to one person without ,.K ache brouKht me down so I couldn't finances who are "close" to (iunrd of the Republican party I couldn't get rodo my housework sending it to others, arid this would cause us flnuncinl (!) ller day or night and at times I could Doe this nttack by the s hardly move. I had nervous puper upon the Federal Reserve to drift back into the credit business. and tho action ot my kidney Hoard give confirmation to the ru caused mo much annoyance. My mors that the Harding adminlstra limbs and feet were swollen and so tion will be asked to demolish that jjj We will hold our clerks responsible so sore I could hardly stand. Doan's which best In the Federal reserve Kidney Pill relieved the backachn do not ask them to break our rules. system ami restore the control over ot kidney and other symptom credits to a group of Wall-Stre- CJ national bankers? Courier Journal. , iji, Respectfully, Price COc. at all dealers. Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy gel Shooting an American officer just Doan'a Kidney Pills the same that Co., at this time demonstrates the mental Mrs. Good had. Mfrs.. llufialo, N. Y; shrewdness of the little Japs. ApResidence Phone 33. OfflceJPhone 18" parently Mr. Wilson don't want to Don't force too much goodness on kick up a rumpus on the eve of PHONE 27. and it'a quite as apparent that to the boy while he Is young. Leave BKYANTSVILLE, KENTUCKY. a little for his old age, and he won't Mr. Harding can't do anything on the eve of entering. forget. Is When The Flag Of The President It Flown. Must Be Taken By All One of tho honors bestowed upon of Tax Commissioners. the I'resident ling. the United States Hag not special TESTS as YOU don't use youmuch do of as moat other Bakinft Powders. a lifiSii (sslllKfesSflflH i 3,'j-inc- ldr. Haselden Bros Garage. K'n-nto- ..,, Experience Rothschild's Of nt 16799 DSED COLD .- law-wer- e The Federal Danger? To Our Friends and Customers I I Notice STRICTLY PRODUCE I r CITIZENS I I I - ! 1 I 1 I ! hoad-ache- W. 0. MONEY- - S ! I 1 Funeral Director and Embalmer. Kentucky. Foster-Mllbdr- n g, Becker & Ballard Lancaster, The Central Record. Lancastei , Ky., Thursday Feb 10, 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 STANFORD STREET. W. A. SPEITH, Manager. 1 I WAREHOUS i CO Incorporated LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. JOE KELLEY Floor Manager JAKE GftAW, Starter. Many voted for a change last Nov-- I Friday until Monday. Misses Hazel Ilurdett and Lucille Mrs. Wllhcrt Dailey visited recentCharity invariably begins at home, Mr. Salem Wyhe departed Oil ly relative nnr Nina and attended I Price were the afternoon guests of ember; we arc sure they got it nnd but in most cases there is not enough Miss Hazel Preston Sunday. hope they nre pleased. to go beyond the first person. Sebiutlon wedding. She retired Sunday the I'rewitt I. I.. Matthew, was the cuwt Sun- life Jan. 24th night teeming a well a usual, and Miss Lawrence Whittakcr is the Mr. and Mrs. James F. Sanders ! day of Mr. V. M. Simpson. France has invented a new gun We note the absence of one unMrs. F.lbcrt Mm PaUy Slmpen spent Saturday on Monday morning she could not be land little daughter, James Charlotte guest of her sister, failing sign of the approach of spring capable of shooting two hundred Monday night were the attractive guests of Mr. Chandler in Madison County. awakened. She died mjrht with Mr. W. M. Simpson. I that dreamy youth with a poem for miles, nnd not n thing to shoot at. about After funeral ser-- j land Mr. Klljah McMillian Sunday. I Mr. and Mrs. Walker Iturdette and Mr W. M. Simn was the guest What luck! publication. vices by Kev F P Bryant, the ' Tuesday of Mrs. U I Matthews. If you arc not .sll.tied with the baby were guests Sunday afternoon were laid to rent at Watarctnn (lour you of Mr. and Mr. Caleb Johnson. ar using now try a tack of The littlr friend of Kvclyn Hick ! cemetery The hcartlessness of some judges When ypu get tired of selecting Misses Christine and Olivia PresObeli. k and note tli difference. are glad to know she is improving the member of Mr. Harding's cabi- is beyond belief. A California wospent a few day recently with Ilud.on and Farnau. ton Mr Leland llardwick i improvint; net for him, you might devote n lit- man who was bequeathed n hundred their cousin, Miss Carrie Preston at Master Holman J. McMillian spoilt 1 frum a severe attack of pneumonia. tle time to deciding what you will thousand dollar pearl necklace was plant in your garden this spring. ordered by the court to wear it thirthe dny Sunday with Mr. Harmon ' JIlCJllUT. Wt will e.ch.nfe Field 5rd for Mr. and Mr. Cronley llardwick Harding won't mind. I Lilian! Dailey. ty days of each year. Mines Lillian, Stol-- i For Expectant Mother corn at lli market prUe. Iluilon were guests of Mr. and Mrs. James la and Ifatherine and Farnau. Iy Three Iererations guests on Saturday. Dailey were hU Matthews Saturday night and Sun-- J Charlie Huffman Mr. anil Mr. ?" .HOO ... M M.f day and were the guests of Mr. and MO.Mt ft. Some of the farmer in this viciniwere the gurst Sunday of Mr. IV. auruis m.wuio. Co, Dirt. 1.0, AiLet.c. Mrs. Wm- - .Matthews Monday. ty are preparing their tobacco I. Adams ami family. beds. They teem to be awfully Go oil advice is seldom acceptable Mrs. H. M. I.ane and children WOLF TRAIL down It carted over their tobacco because its quality is not recognized. Mr. spent Sunday with tier parrnU, prices thi season. You don't hear nnd Mr. Hubert Slniwon. Mr. F.lmer Kay has been on the men setting around the lire places Mr. and Mm. (Icorge Naylor and mck list. this winter talking about the tobacchildren were the gurst Sunday of The tobacco in this community has co they nre going ta rnite this year. GARDUI HELPED Mr. and Mr. Sim Clark. been taken to the market. Misses Katherine and Jencva Kay-buMr. Coy Trice ha been confined to POOR RIDGE. REGAIN STRENGTH nrr visiting their grand parent, hi room with heart trouble. Mr. and Mr. James Poster. Miss Ktta Mae Hill spent Sunday Mr. Robert Sower wa with Mr. Mr. and Mr. Cronley llardwick i John Dailey a few day lat week.- - with her parentis were the kumU Satunlay night ami Misses lintel Ilurdette ami Lucille AMum Lady Wu Sick For Three Mrs. Ilarve McCulloy visited Mr. Sunday of Mr. ami Mrs. James Yean, Stiffen; Pain, Nenrotu Irire spent Friday with Miss Gladys. Jasper Matthew one day last week. Matthew. tmi Depressed Read Her Little Miss Lida Duncan, who has Mr. Otti Stotts n ml daughter Mr. Iluford Smith and Mi Marie been quite ill is better at this writOwa Story of Recovery. In Nlcholaville Kay were the pleasant kumU Thurs- were vi.itorn lat ing. day of Mr. and Mr. John Kay and w eek. Mrs. Caleb Johnson spent Saturdaughter. Mr. Hugh Moberley and daughter pent a few day lust week with her day afternoon with Mr. It. II. I'rev Mr. and Mr. W. M. Hlack are Paint Rock. Ala. Mr. C. M. Stepall, ton. parent. congratulationover the of near here, recently related tho fol1.1 ge Hollon spent Mr. anil Mr. of n 7 pound girl at the home Mr. and Mr. W. T. Moberley lowing lntorcitlnc account of her reof Mr. Nannie Ka- - Feb. 4th. The ipent Monday night with Mr. Curl Sunday with Mr. und Mr. Newt covery: "I was la a weakened conGrow. little Ml" hn been christened Vir- Moberley. dition. I wa sick thrco years In bed. Price, of Point suffering a great deal of pain, weak, Up-To-D- ate Miss Lucille ginia Nancy Kllvn Hlack. Mr. Kobt. Pollard ipent tho day Ilur- nervous, depressed. I was to weak, Sunday with Mr. (ieorgo Cillcam I.cavcll, is visiting MIm Hazel dette. I couldn't walk across tho floor: Just CARTERSVILLE and family. We will a.chansjo field teel for bad to lay and ray little onru do the Mr. and Mr. Mart Davis were the I tried I was almost dead. work. (Delayed.) ALL WORK DONE BY afternoon guests of Mr, and Mr. corn at tho market price. Ilud.on every thing I heard of, and a number of and Farnau. doctors. Still 1 didn't Ret any relief. Mr. Walker llryunl it on the tick Wm. Davis Sunday. I I couldn't cat. nnd lint poorly. li.t. Mr. and Mr. Dan Hay spent Sun- believe it I hadn't heard of and taken Mr. Japer Matthew wa a visiMr. T. J. Allen I 111 at thU writ-In- tor Sunday of her parent, Mr. and day with her parents, Mr. nnd Mr. Cardul I would, have died. I bought Ix bottles, after a neighbor told mo Lewis Simpson. Mr. Ilarve McCulloy. OLD BRING AND what It did for her. Wm. Mr. and Mrs, Whlttnker Teater, Heulah May Mb Misses Fay 1'cnninKton visited her MI began to eat and sleep, began to MADE NEW. ALSO US MAKE couiin, Ml llvuluh J. Carter Satur- and Ivn Hollon ipent Friday night spent Sunday with Mr .and Mr. rain ray strcneth and am now well nnd strong. I haven't bad any trouPreston Snyder, day, with Miss Jessie II. Kay. ble slnco I suro can testify to tho WALK EASY BY ON A Miss Alivia Preston wa the pleas- good Mr. II. II. Jennings and family Mr. Homer Kay penl Thursday I don't that Cardul did me. Powell Dailey ant guest of Miss Arleigh Matthew think there Is a better tonic made have moved to Mr. Todd' farm near afternoon with Mr. RUBBER HEELS. GOOD Monday night. and I bellovo It saved my life." Ilerea. and daughter, Misa 11 rt Dailey. For over 40 years, thousands of woMrs. J amor Matthew and children Mcrt. I). M. Carter and Arthur Mis Montie Kay ipent the weeksuccessfully. men have used William In tho treatment Cardul ALL WORK RICHMatlock were n Klchmond Monday end with Mr. and Mr. Homer Kay were the guest of Mrs. of many womanly Mathews Monday. on business. and Mr. and Mr. Allen Teater. ailuitnts. If you suffer as these women did. MOND Mr .and Mr. Ilrodford Ilurdette Hert Mr. Karl Duiley and Mil Mr. and Mr. Felix Pennington may help you, too. and children were guest of her pa- Dailey ipent Wednesday evening and son spent Sunday with Mr. and take Cardul. It C S5 At all druutsU. Mr. Charlie McMillian. Homer Kay. rent, Mr, and Mr. C. S. Hoop from with Mr. and Mr. JUDSON. , 1 mid-nigh- -- MOTHM FRIEND . ' Isei ft MANLEY It WILSON rn - nr-nv- Shoe Hospital THOSE SHOES LET PUTTING YEAR GUARANTEED. STREET NEXT TO POYNTER'S Shoe Repairing ELECTRICAL HAVE PAIR 'MACHINERY. THEM LIFE OF k. ... STORE. . ..6 WE MUST HAVE CASH AND HAVE IT QUICK. OUR ENTIRE STOCK AT THE MERCY OF CASH. GOODS PRICED REGARDLESS OF COST. PRICES SO LOW THAT THEY WILL COMPEL YOU TO BUY. The Central Record, Lancastei , Ky.. Thursday Feb 0, 92 1 1 1 THE FLOOD GATES OF THRILLING BARGAINS STAND AJAR. WE ARE SELLING FOR LESS THAN WE CAN BUY YOUR ACCOUNT IS NOW DUE. WE REGRET VERY MUCH TO ASK FOR FUNDS, YET WE ARE SIMPLY FORCED TO DO IT ON ACCOUNT OF THE PRESENT CONDITION WE ARE FACING. CASH RAISING SALE 0 A Sale With a Reason Here's the Reason Folks, We're not going to dodge it Business has not been good Collections have been slow Creditors are pressing for cash THUS THIS SALE. Sale Begins Saturday, February I2th9 m 9 n CLOTHING $2.00 Army Coats $10.00 Army Overcoats $15.00 Dress Overcoats .Men's $5.00 Coats Young Men's $5.00 Coats i Men's Flannel Shirts only Men's Men's Men's Men's Men's $1.50 Shirts $11.50 Overalls .$1.50 98CU.' 50ct. $5.00 $5.00 $2.50 $2.50 $1.98. : Rare Bargains of real merit. One lot of $7.50 Woolnap Blankets only $3.00 Big factor clean up at less than one-ha- lf War prices. Men's $2.50 Caps Men's $1.00 Caps Hoys' 50 cent Caps Toilet Soap 2cts. cake. S00 cakes Palm Olive Soap 6c U. cake. 500 cakes Lenox Soap 4cts. cake. Men's 75 cent suspenders 25cts Men's $2.00 Union Suits $1.25 Misses and Boys $1.15 Union Suits 75cts Men's $1.25 ribbed drawers 75ct. GREAT BARGAINS. Men's $2.00 Sweaters only 98cts. at 1000 HOSIERY Men's 50 cent Sox 29cts. Men's 25 cent Sox 15cts. Men's 75 cent Wool Sox, exfra heavy, only 5 Oct. Childrens JJ5 cent hose at 15cts. Ladies 50 cent hose nt 35cts. Screaming Low Prices. cakes of good SPECIAL Any Collar in the house, arrow brand included, only lOct. 2,000 pounds International Stock food in 25 pound bags, regular retail price 15 cents per pound. Sale Price to close out 8c U. per pound. Bigger, better startling bargains. Look sharp at these Sale Prices: EXTRA AUTO TIRES :i0x:i tires :t0x tires :t0xH L $10.00 tubes :i0x:4 tubes Auto oil per gallon, best grade, .. ..$12.00 .,$2.25 -- $2.50 .75cts. PAINT House Paint. 108 gallon guaranteed $1.98. worth $.'.08 per gallon only per Kallon. Colors white and ivory. One-hal- f barrel, 2,5 gallon, best cement roofing and paint, worth $2.00 per gallon, only.. $1.18 low prices way under Wonderful, the market. $1.25 Brooms at 75ct. 75 cent Brooms at 50cts. Broken Bice per pound Sets. Whole Bice per pound ...7cts. Chum Salmon lOcts. 10 cent Calumet Making Powder ..7cts. 20 cent Calumet Making Powder 15cts. :15 cent Calumet Making Powder 25cts. Farmers and Stockmen, you know a bargain. v SALE BKGINS SATURDAY, 12, 1921. CASH. SALE PRICES ARE FEB. 75ct. 25c rs. at 15ct. SPOT Tremendous price reductions. RUBBERS Men's Men's Ladies Men's $3.50 $5.00 $2.00 $5.00 RED Rubbers $2.50 buckle Overshoes $2.50 cloth Overshoes $1.50 Boots $3.50 HOT BARGAINS. 1 Sanders Variety Store LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. , moved to the old Lias Smith place on White Lick. Jim Roberta has William Caldwell is on the tick moved to the place vacated by Mr, Colson. list. Mr. Jim Denny accidently ran his Mr. 11. Scoggan has been quite car Into the buggy of Mrs. Arthur ill for some time. Mr. J. B. Woods, Jr., was in Paint Tudor Monday, tearing off the back wheel. Fortunately no one was Lick Friday with old friends. hurt but very much frightened. Northern While Seed Oats. Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Levi Ray-bur- n Iludion and Famau. will be sorry to hear he lost We are glad to report that Mrs. his house and most of its contents George Noe is some better at this last Thursday night by fire. Mr. writing. and Mrs. Rayburn have been living Km ma Hall in Ohio for some time. Misses Grace and spent Sunday night with Miss Chas-tin- e Mr. Tom Price, of Lancaster and Kuckcr. Miss Callie Scott of this place eloped Hev. Young and wife have been to Jcllico Wednesday and were marholding a revival at Olive Hill in Car. ried. Mrs. Price Is the daughter of tcr county. Mr. J. A. Scott ,who moved here Wood is able to be out from I.ancaster last week. Mr. and Mr. E. after having been confined to his Mrs. Price returned to her fathers room for several days. Sunday morning. The community and best Mr. Wm. Wood who has been on1 extends congratulations the sick list for the past two weeks, wishes to them. Is able to be out again. Quitei! large crowd were out Sun-- ! Willie Mr. Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Chestnut spent day morning to hear the guests of Roger preach his first sermon. The Sunday in home was crowded and all enjoyed Mr und Mrs. Luther Peyton. D., the sermon very much. Paint Lick Mrs. Jess Jleazley and von, L. of Richmond, were the guests of her1 is proud of Mr. Rogers as he has lived in and around Paint Lick for aunt, Mrs. J. D. Uurchell Friday. several years and has been our rural Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Parson have mail carrier for years. The church returned home after spending sev- will hold services next Sunday to eral days with rclativs in Rockcastle. licence him to preach. Millard Smith of Uerea, hiA enterI Moberley. ed school at this place and is board..Mrs. Susie Moberley died Friday, Mr. W. C. ing with his grand-fatheFeb, 4th. at the home of her daugh Wynn. Messrs. David Todd, Logan West ter, Mrs. John Anderson at Point and Coleman Arnold, of State Col- I.eavell, after several months illness I- PAINT LICK - r, lege, Lexington, spent the week-en- d at home Prof. It. II. Gilbert spent Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. W. W. West and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Underwood. man ara urftd to b All present at a mealing of the American Legion at the Plnt Lick High School building Saturday evening at sevtfn o'clock. Wm. F. Milter, Comd'r, Mr. and Mrs. O, C. ltucker and of hardening of the arteries. Fun- erul services wire held at thu house on Saturday afternoon at 1:30 and interment took place in Old Paint Lick 'cemetry. She is survived daughters, Mrs. Tho. Ralston and Mrs. John Anderson with whom she has made her home. The sym pathy of the community goes out to the relatives and friends in their v hour of trial. PAINT LICK HIGH SCHOOL on, Andrew, were Sunday guests of Ms mother, Mrs. Sarah ltucker and daughter, Miss Chastine. Messrs. llaxtln and Ollle Carpen ter, of Lancaster, were In Paint Lick "Mondayjnakine new friends and mingling with old ones. Mr. and Mrs. John Colson have NOTES. Pete Ledford amused herself at noon by watching her friend, Millard Smith play ball. The Farm Corps pupils need not be afraid of being bothered with crows this summer, as Mr. Long had his picture takn Friday. you are getting Madie "No! Why"' behind in your Mike nnd Ike, the Jennings twin, Dimples Have yoa stopped? "llecausc you stayed in courting. have a fuss three times a day over Looks that way. Dear now hurry "Ground Hog Day." the King Pros. up. Dimples Iloyles is grieving very t The perfect P. I II. S, girl should much as her friend has left Manse have the hair of Heulah Ledford. j Miss Ruth Ross, seems like she is to attend school nt Ilerea. Her class The eyes of Jessie Mae Hammack, getting sweet, two boxes of randy In mates arc afraid she will lose her the pep of Kdna Underwood, the dis- one week. (Divide up.) mind, so we have decided to have position of Marie Arnold, the comHUCKEYE. j him come back every week-entells West, the dimples i plexion of My! how sparks urc flying now, of Helen Boyle, the talent of Grace Mr, Leuzy Ray continues about between Miss Tinnie Hall and Mr. Hall and th'c loving qualities of Iva the same. Cornctt. Ledford. Mr. Permelia Ilogie is aUe to be What do you think! Ilambo RamTag Arnold has been grieving over out again sey is interested in a certain person Mr. Mai Carter and Mis's Sallle in the 7th. grade room. All High "Caesar" until she has lost several Lou Teater are improving. pounds. School is grieving for we wanted Mr, Frank taml has ben suffering Sambo to take a "Preside" lad. PAINT LICK 7th. AND 8th. GRADE with rheumatism for several days. is We all know "moonshine" Mrs. Hubert Carter, who was scarce, but 'think the barrel must SCHOOL NOTES. taken suddenly ill last Saturday is have leaked Friday when It Led ford fell out of the buggy (not skeet-er- ) Miss Westover visited our room better. nnd broke her left hind toe. Rev. Price was the guest of Mr. last Friday evening and tested the Peg Underwood, our Star Actress, ears, nose, mouth and eyes. She and Mrs. Walter Grow Saturday and found quite a few but not mnny. Sunday. has quit the stage, and Is now to know what the royalty She also organized n Health office, Several from here have been in ing plays for chapel. We are all the otfirer being Mr. Millard Smith, Lexington with tobacco for the past Vice President, Ruth Ross. will be. few days. We have a new scholar this week, We were nil frightened this morn Mr. and .Mrs. R. W, Sanders and ing when Itetz Hester came to ochool Mr. Millard Smith, who is from daughter spent Sunday in Nicholas-vill- e We welcome him to our with her Sunday go to meeting hat Ilereu. with relatives. Hctz would happy bond of boys ami girls. on. Wc were afraid II. II. Lewis of McKinney, was a elope. Ileazley, Rufus guest of Mr. Frank Land lust week. .Messrs. Neucl Mr, Gilbert fell over the coal buck Drown und Tom Wilcox were all abHilly Anderson and Lige Ray, Jr., et this morning while explaining the sent from school last Friday. were in Lexington the first of last Mis week. (To Miss Lucy Francis) difference between Clay loam and Lucy, please come back and see us sandy loam soils. Now I the time to buy your clover once more. teed. Land that has been worked Ilillie Gooch, In Angry over not Miss Ruth Hois is not looking so hard for several years should be receiving a letter at thu appointed time, threw u rolling pen at Wallace blue now us she has worked the prob- seeded now. We have a fine lot of T., spoiling his beauty by hitting him lem all by herself and feels like a letted seed Clovr, Timothy, Orburden has been lifted from her chard Grass, Red Top, Seed Oats etc. on the nose. brain. Iludion and Farnau. Some one remarked that Mr. Long Miss Lucille Davis is doing some Rev. Price of Louisville, preached kept all the windows closed at school now, although she is having here Saturday nnd Sunday. The because he had a baby, at home nnd better trouble with some her grammer. subject Saturday afternoon wits "practice makes perfect." (Poor child.) "Happy are the Meek, for they shall lie gone Pete "Sambo, say, boss, F.thel, dear, you must run your inherit the Karth." Sunday mornu drummer." clock up and get to school on time. ing's subject was "Glory of ChrisSambo "Yes, Pete." Mr. Robert King had quiet a mis- tian Service." Pete "What do you sell boss?" fortune last Saturday night. Robert Sumbo "I sell knowledge." we all know your voice, please GUY. Pete "Well boss, you nre the first dear, "" "" don't change it any moru or they may drummer I ever saw that didn't have put th dog on you,. Miss Daysie Runnells spent Sunany samples. Miss Francis Kulham has still the day with Miss Fannie Merida. lieulah "You know there Is a candy record. She is forever makMrs. Patience Prjchett, of StanWallace ing candy. whole lot in that Jewell ford Is visiting her daughter, Mrs. get accqualntcd with when you Wu are expecting Miss Syler to- Henry Yater. himT" morrow (Tuesday) to give us a sewRev, Foley, of Hackley was a reEdna, (absent, mindedly) "Yes, ing Jesson. cent visitor of hi son, Mr. and Mrs. but a vacant lot." Miss Roop still has the sama old J. P. Foley. verb on her mind, climb. Mr. Raymond Pre ton, of Bryants, Dimples "Maddle, do you know You had better hurry up Ituth, ville, spent Sunday here with the why it Is so pretty today!" d. Iwrit-anxio. llarnrs boys. Misa Stella Naylor of I.aneasier, was the gueit last Sunday of the Misses Yater. Mrs. Avis Turner and three chll drvn of Indianapolio, Ind., were here the past week. Mrs. Wm. Sutton spent Saturday in the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Davidson. Mr. and Mrs. A. N Merida had for their Sunday visitors Mr and Mrs. Simon Tankersley. Mr. T. L. Yantis was th Ifnnrr gue Friday of Mr and Mrs. Pelph rey, In Lancaster. x Mr, ami Mrs. Ollie Graham snenft the week-enIn Lancaster with Mr and Mrs. Milo Simpson. Mrs. James L. Yantis was a vul tor Thursday of Mesdames Milton ward and C. R. Henry. Mr. Harry I). Rice returned from Lexington Friday, where he spent several days last week. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Povnter and children were guests last Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Griggs. .Mr. and Mrs. James Kason. of were visitors recently of Mr, and Mrs. Henry Yajer, Mr. ami Mrs. John Yater ami children of Juds6n spent Sunday with Mr; and Mrs. Henry Yater. Mr. and Mrs. Willie McQuerv and baby ,of Judion were Sunday visitor of Mr. and Mr. Tom Doolin, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Clark and son. Karl, spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs. Milton Word and .Mrs. C. R. Henry Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tuttle. Mr and Mrs. John Otborn were Sundav visitors of Mr. and Mrs. William llarnrs. Misses Lucy and Nolle Turner nnd Lou Anna Osborn spent an enjoyable day Sunday with Mlues Mollie and Ethel Parties. Mr. Wm. Griggs and two little daughters spent Friday with Mr. and Mr. Wm. Smith of Pleasant Hill, d si Obelisk, the Ulue Ribbon Premium flour. Try a sack today. Ws da. liver In town. Hudson and Farnau. There Is u good deal of sickness In this community. Messrs. Milton Ward, T. L. Yantis and William Sut- ton have Aver cold. Mir. Wm. Walker ha pneumonia, several children hove the mumps and the rest heart sick over the price of tobacco.