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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): February 17, 1921 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1921 cen1921021701_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 17, 1921 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1921 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE CENTRAL RECORD. THIRTY FIRST YRAR LANCASTER. KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON. FEBRUARY 17, 1921. NUMIIR 47. Thlt hand point to the Inbcl on .thin paper, Delightful At If It rends earlier Uinn Krli. 1921 you are in House On arrears ami should re new your subscription 24th. I later If the Ubel Feb, 1021. it I than A program of unuiunl interest will a receipt or your tub bo offered the public at the Roman' be seriptlon, ' Plcso Opern house next Thursday evening, prompt. Kb, 2 1th., for the benefit of the l.an caster High School. "A Hachelor's Reverie" is the title of the play and GROWERS many of the prominent young pco pie of tlfc city will take part In the entertainment, chief among them beWill Be Asked To ing nineteen beautiful young ladies, A musical program will be another One-hal- f delightful feature, when Mr. Chnrlie Doty will favor the audience with n Cutout. few songs appropriate to the oc casion. In addition to all of the Directors Of HurUy Aitociation Ap nbove a five reel film will be shown nnd the ndmission to nil of the nbove pro Kcommndtlon will be 15 cents for children nnd 26 Of l'rildnt.. Remember the cents for adults. date ami help the god work along MARKETING COMPANY ELECTS. by lending your pretence. ENTERTAINMENT Program Opera February f MANY DRUNKS SQUIRE J. D. BAKER DR. CROSSFIELD TOBACCO PRICES Former Magistrate Of TO QUIT COLLEGE Cni0f Bratton Makes Pleasing The Growers Garrard County Dies Transylvania Head To Nineteen Arrests During The Past S(iilro J. Be Controller Of linker, aged 84 years During Past Week. and for many years one of the county's lending mlgistratet, died nt his Federal Church Week. HIGH AVERAGES MADE. 1). home mwr Wallnrrton in this county Inst Friday morning. Ills death came suddenly as he hnd been In his usunl good henlth, notwithstanding his extreme age and poor eyesight. He Imd jutt intrn n hearty breakfast and was joking with members of hi family when lir suddenly became unconscious nnd resulted in death a Council. Lexington, Ky Dr. R .H. Cross-fiel- d president of Trnmylvnnln College nnd tho College of the Hlble, recently ncceptcd nn appointment n controller of the Federal Council of Church of Christian America. New York, relinquishing his present task nt the end of the scholastic yiur, June 7th. In view of the negotiation with the Federal Council, President Cross field tenderd his resignation to the college Kxecutive Committee n few ilnys ngo with the result that the committee unanimously passed reso lutinns urging him to remain. President Crossficld replied that his desire to accept the New York po sition was not due to lack of Interest in these colleges, but entirely out of his purpose to assist the Federal Council in its task to serve thirty one Protestant communions nnd 11),' 000,000 communicant. He was educated in Transylvania College nnd the College of the Hlble nnd the University of Wooster, re ceiving the A .11. M. A. und Ph D. degree he also received the degree of U I. D. from Georgetown College und the University of Ken tucky. Pledge I ir.l K'tular Mtlnr 31 ror EBB WHITETED. Assigns For Benefit Of Creditors. Mr. KI1 Whittled, one of (iarrnrd county's prominent citizens und merchants, ntsigned to the (Iarrnrd Hank nnd Trust Company last .Monday-eveninfar the I mth' tit of hi creditors. We are rrltably informd that Mr. Whiteted's lihilitie are far less than his assets and that in due course of time every creditor will be paid in full. The reason given for the assignmnt is that some of his creditors were pressing him ami in justice to the other creditors, hit friends advised him that this was the proper stp to take. Mr. Whiteted has many wann friends In the county who will regret to learn of hit misfortune nnd trust that he may soon be on his feet again. His assets consist of it large stock of merchandise nt Nlnn, some real estate nnd some uncollected accounts, Mot of his creditors are city merchants from whom he bought at wholesale, ' March 7th. Promulgation of a pledge railing reduction of the 1121 ncrenge for by at least SO per cent and the )uw ering of the due in the Hurley To bacco Growers' Association to $1.00 were the outstanding feature of the meeting of .the olTfcier and dlrec- ... iL.i I. ...I.. C. . . - I - . . . . i the tafnyrttc and afternoon in Hotel. few minutes after. Squire llakcr served the county for nearly 20 yenrs ns magistrate, terminating about thirty yenrs ngo. He was a devout member of ' the Methodist church, being one of its charter members of his local church. His wife preceded him to the Great nbout two ynrs ago. He is survived by five children all grown and splendid citizens. They are: Itev. Wm. H. linker, of Andover, Ohio; Itev. T. J. linker, of McComb, III.; Mrs. Mary Young, of Los Angeles, Cnllf.; John M. llakcr, n prominent farmer of I'lattsburg, Mo, nnd one single daughter, Miss Kate linker, who lived with her father up until his Hc-yo- Judge K. W. Harris hits been grinding out fines during the past week by the wholesale, a total o nineteen being brought before him by Chief of Police James Hratton charged with olfcnses, ranging from plain drunks, disorderly conduct stealing nnd one mnn charged with "throwing kisses" nt some of the school teachers. One olfendcr wns caught carrying concenlc'd n deadly weapon and now nwnit the action of the next grand Jury. Stealing coal was charged against nnothcr, All but two have come up with thei fines which range from $0.00 to $1V Should the names be given it wouli make interesting rending, but owing to the prominence of some of th people Involved, and it being their first offense, the names nre withheld for this time. demise. BIG BANQUET For Fathers And Sons What promises to be the most en Jo) able event of the season it the big banquet to be given on the eve ning of March the'first by the fath und Gar ers and sons of YOUNG LIFE ENDS. Mrs. Story Merron Dies g rnrd county. A splendid program I: At Danville Hospital To accomplish being arranged for the occasion. the reduction in rreage an active campaign l to be The best local talent will be utilized Friends nnd acquaintances were FORD immediately Inaugurated in every as well as one or more prominent deeply shocked to lenrn of the death Hurley county of Ken- prodtirini of town speakers. The menu of Mrs. Story Herron, which oc- Denies He Is In Distress out consist of chicken and old ham will turkv. West Virginia, Tcnncssr, Ohio cur ed nt the Danville Hospitul lust Indlantn, Virginia and Missouri and Tuesday afternoon about one o'clock. MAILS THE STEEL PRICE DROP. in abundance nnd every thing that the following pledge will be handed is needed to tickle the palate and About ten day ngo she uns taken to every grower to ign with the un there nnd oernted upon for appenDetroit "Not until a few Wall please the taste. demanding that the pledge M not The purpo.e of the banquet is to dicitis and up until last Friday eve Street loan sharks undertook to tell binding unless at least 00 per cent ning It was thought that she was Im- us ue were hard up and needed mil foster n stronger feeling of friend of the arerage it signed up for the proving rapidly, but u sudden relapse lions upon millions of dollars did I ship nnd companionship between the reduction. ' oon told that the end was not far know we were in need of money," fathers and sons. No man will be "Know all men by thee otr, tjtc potting into the Great He- - was the nnswer given by Henry Ford admitted unless he brings a boy with "That the undersigned, of yond last Tuesday. recently when nsked if ho. had suc- him and no boy will be admitted un , State of Kencounty of The death of Mrs. Herron is pecu ceeded in getting the 150,000,000 or less he is accompained by a man tucky, hereby pledge myself and liarly sad from the fact that she andl $76,000,000 which rumqr has it he An enjoyable time is guaranteed to agree that during the season and nil, and there will be no solicitation Story were only miirried about two has been attempting to borrow. current year of 11121 that I will not month ngo and what promised to be The business depression he said, of funds. The banquet is a local plant or cultivate any tobacco, or happy and congenial married life was not tutficlent in strongth for him affair and promise to be a most sue permit to be io planted or cultivated It now broken un in the death of this to put up the "hard things" sign of cessful one. See II. V. Uastin for a In any land which I may own or conbeautiful young girl. Mrs. Herron distress and that during the first ticket and get your name in the pot. trol more than CO per cent of which Would Mean Much To wns the daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. month of the present year nearly I cultivated or permitted to lw cultiTom Mlddleton of this city &nd was 70,000 orders were received for au Baker. Of vated in tobacco during the season only 17 yenrs of age. She was a tomobiles bearing the Ford trade and year of 11)21. After an illness of several year. consecrated member of the Raptist mark. County. Laaf Sold At Lot. church and was unusually popular The silver lining to the Industrial Mr. Ligc llakcr, aged nbout 50 years died ut his home near Freedom last Thli pledge it made and signed for The splendid work that it now be with the younger set of the town nnd cloud from Mr. Ford's view point, week, with accute asthma. He The young husband wns the forcing down of teel price the reason, that under the past andj ing done all over the ttate and we community. present price. of. land, cot of labor might tay right here in Garrard has the deeett sympathy of hi The tel manufacture, he satd, now survived uy nit wue ami scvera nre willing to accept half portion grown children. Funeral services and supplies, that'tbe proceed of the county, is being done by the Home friends in this sad loss. were held nt the grave nt the Free Funeral service were conducted rather than none at all. during the demonstration agent that arc being ale of tobacco ratted Mr. Ford said the reason for clos dom cemetery where the interment year 1020 has upon an nverage been sent out by the Kxperimcnt Station this morning at the home of Mr. and Insufficient to pay the cott of pro- at Lexington. These agents as well Mr. Luther Herron, by her pastor, ing the plant through the month of took place. duction of tobacco and that tald to- as the county Farm agent have al- - Rev, C. I). Strother. assisted by Rev. January wa not on account of i bacco upon an average hat been told ready obtained 12,258 boy and girl P.. 11. Ilourland Interment in the lack of orders but "to make n num Notes be of important at n net Iom to the owner and grow- In the ttate to take up project dur Lancaster cemetery. changes." Just whnt the changes were he refused to From Here er, and inordrr to prevent tuch lots ing the coming year. Of this num In the future it has become and It ber 2,787 arc girls anil 9,741 boys. Accused state. necessary to reduce the ncerage of "The world on wheels," said .Mr. Sev'cral Shelby farmers have re. The project which these boys and Ford, "nnd the wheels nro supplied ccntly entered a total of 47 more tobacco grown nt least 60 per cent. girls will conduct on the farms of the by the motor induttry." "This pledge it signed und It to state range from growing pigs, poul cow. In the local cow testing asso No reduction In wnge become mutually binding upon nil try, dressmaking, cooking nnd many Robert Johnson Tries To Escape, being ciation. This make n total of 184 The Planter nnd Grower Ware the signers to the same, when and subject that will be of great inter considered. cow in that county that are being upon the condition that nt least CO est to the farmer boy nnd girls of tested under the direction of the house continue, to sell Tobacco at Robert Johnson was arrested last per cent of the tobacco growers shall every community. Banks Will Close. association, nccording to County high average. They would advise Friday and placed in the city Jail, all growers to put their tobacco on sign thl pledge and n committee is Tho work of Miss Joyce Syler U charged with desertion nnd issuing a Agent J. W. worthlngton. Next Tuesday will be Washing the market before tho hot weather to be appointed who shall determine just along the lines mentioned nbove "cold check." P. V. Wethington, a Daviess.county y ton's birthday and all the banks of begins nnd while price ore satisfac and announce when this pledge of nnd she is making splendid progress He was brought before Judge the city nnd county will be closed farmer ha been elected president of tory. The following nre a few of said per cent of the tobacco growers towurd standardizing newly organized tomato grower' the vnrious Stnpp and his, bond fixed at $160, on that day, to commemorate the shall have been signed. products, which can nnd should be which he was unable to give, but birth of our first president. nssocintion in that county. Henry' the sales made Tuesday tho 15th. Henry Polston sold 50 pound at "If iwild per cent of the tobacco done. It would mean better poultry. asked shcrilf Walker if he would acS. Berry i secretary of tho organ! growers do not sign this pledge on or better breeder and better farmer. company him to one of the local tozatlon. according to a report of $18.50; 95 dp $30; 125 dp $40; 100 dp $29; 130 before the tint day of April, 11)21, $31; 100 $10.75. County Agent J. W. Worthlngton. bacco warehouses, he would find n Total GOO pounds, avarago $23.90 the wild committee shall to publish More than 20 Nelson county farm Necessary. bondsman. Egg $173.50. and announce taidfact, and the er recently placed exhibits in a corn Mr. Walker very kindly agreed to Statistics furnished by n financial signers of the same shall then be how held In that county and con Jone. nnd Ross sold 305 pound this nnd while on their way mid while Hens. released from any obligation there- agency, not Itself In the publishing in front of Roman' shop. Robert tributed toward making an excellent dp $10; 235 dp $12; 245 g $23; business, shows that of the corpor under," A Hardstown bank had 185 Qi $34; 195 dp $34; 210 dive for liberty and for a k$40; That feeding n blunced ration to lisplny, ations that went into bankruptcy In made n Will Circulate Pledge. '$37; $30; 140 few minutes it looked a if he would poultry is one of the fundamental offered $03.00, In prizes for the best 2G0 dp $44; 215 These pledget are to be circulated 1020, 81 per cent were firms which succeed. He was entirely too fleet 17) dp $39; 60 dp $35; 445 dp $$29; means by which to increase the egg exhibits. Tho show was arranged by "did not advertise." The exhibit is through the county organization! of $0.25; 70 footed for jtheritr Walker nnd h cull- - production of the flock is shown bv County Agent C. L. Hill in coopera 205 dp $18; 375 the Growers' Association und new or- most Impressive, nnd the fact are ed in deputy Tom Hnllard, who 150 i) $13.25; 35 dp $20; sooiwthe result which hove been obtained tion with the farmers of that County $12.25; that Judicious ndvertlsingNind Judici ganizations nrc to bo elTcctod in More than 20 Daviess county farm 200 dp $3; 255 dp $2.40; 1G0 $2. hud him in tow, capturing him in n those counties where there arc nono ous "following up" of advertising culvert uenr the Garrard Tobacco, by F. A. Atkins, of Hcngum, Hnrlun er were recently made charter mem Total 4,225 pounds, avarags $22 v. Mr. Atkins start..,! f...lin at present and all pledges must be in nre almost essential to business suc Wurehouse. He it still in Jail nwnlt- - count $920.99. balanced ration recommended t.v ber of n newly orgnnized .wine by April 1st. It Is understood that cess. There never was greater error Ing Pendleton nnd llolton sold 125 the nction of the next grand Jury. the State College of Agriculture Dec. breeder' ntsocintlon In that county, no grower will be ntked to reduce than that money spent In advertising uccording to n report of Assistant pound dp $10; 130 dp $21; 315 ins nome it near lartcrtviUc. . Hit hem started laying Dec. 20 represents economic waste. Adverhit crop who plant, three acres or County Agent John R. Spencer. $32; 40 dp $3G; 20 dp $41; 90 dp tising is absolutely necessary under less. rnrmcr of Fulton county have $35; 35 dp $47; 180 dp $37; 350 dp egg, whereas the year previous the come Ome the competitive system. Louisville to value the tue of lime and $32; 175 dp $15; 105 dp $15; 20 'My customers who have 4th. Lib Post. jsame number of hens thnt wcro not phosphate on their funn. so highly $14; 35 dP $10.75. Total 1,7ft) lb., erty Loan bonds in their boxes In my fed a balanced ration did not lay an lYlUieS. that It Is now only n matter of supply avarags $29.00 $512.12. ...... I., LI- si.. f vault will please bring them In for Church Notes Possibly- fi ty mule, were on the , exchange. M S. C. DKNNY, Cashier. Ulster and Franklin sold 45 lbs. Atkins .aid, "It look, to me and available fund which limit the use of these materials, according to dp $23.50; 90 dp $13.75; 90 last Monday , Rev. I. V, N'eprnsh ,a native of ma kct at Stanford ,f tho ba,nnm, rat(m M $20; report of County Agent J. II. 5 dp $60; 75 dp Russia, will speak at the Haptlst and a few changed hand nnd good grit nnd oyster .hell is doing good i $35; 105 dp $30; Cunningham. prices. Mr. John Cress sold a pulr morning nt 11 Church Sunday 70 dp $27; 110 dp $35; 1G5 dp $35; The ladles of Pleasant Grove Jelf Doolln of Uutler county will 190 5 $32; 120 dp o'clock, on the tubjest "What i the of five year old mare mule to Jas. The grain ration which he fed was $19.60; 235 & church will hold nn exchange in Matter with Russia!" Itev. Ncp C. Huffakcr, of Wayne county for composed of 70 parts of cracked com conduct a corn variety test on hi 10,00 Total 1,350 pounds, avaraga Goodloe and Walker' window on rush will tell u many thing nbout $410 and another team to Ueckham and 30 part of oat. Ill bran mash furm during the coming summer Jn $25.70 $347.05. March 20th., 1021. Russia that we do not know, and Twyford of the tame county for was made up of equal part, of bran, cooperation with County Agent F. H. Maggie and Pearl Hurt sold 100 We will have cake, salt riling Spickard. Dorton Urothcr of this short, corn meal, ground will tell it in an interesting way. $300. pounds dP $26; 155 g $34; 40 dp oat. and bread, beaten biscuit, salads, butter, McCreary county farmer have will be no solicitation for county bought a nlco three year old tankage. $18; 195 g eggs, candy, cottage cheese and There made application for 2,500 hatching $30; 135 dP $25; 75 fund and the entire public I invit of Joe Murphy for $175. $10." Total 700 pounds, avaraga dressed hens. Orders will receive One-hal- f About 3S0 head of cattle were on of the world doesn't know eggj to be used In the poultry $24.50 $171.58. prompt attention If placed with ed. tho market and all .old at price what the other half I doing. And, standardization campaign In that Mr. Floyd Curtis, OryanUville. Genuine Vulcan Plow point and, ranging from 6 H to 8 cent, the Ut in most case, it i not anxious to county during the coming year, acSao u for ttUl seed of all kind. Repair at CONN BROS. cording to County Agent R. 0. Rate. ter was for 800 pound steers. advertise it own act. Hudson and Farnau. pre-srnt- " STANDARDIZATION The Farmers The Of Grave Charge. Kentucky Farm And There 1 During the past week tho tobacco market nt both of the local warehouse have continued to advance, making averages that were equal to thotc made during the season of 1020, specially during the Utter part of the season. This decided Increase and those largo crop averages were made from tobacco of the very finest quality, the lower grades .how-littladvance If any. The most satisfactory thing about the whole market, is to note the satisfaction on the face of the growers, which is the ficst Indication of all ns to the real merits of n market, for the growers themselves know better than anyone else, the quality of hi. own raising nnd about whnt he thinks it n fair price for It. Some of the recent average nt the Garrard Warehouse: K. C. Clark sold CO pounds $27; 105 Op $2H; 140 ($ $34; 126 (jt $34; 125 $28; 75 $19.50; 30 $6.50; C5 (y $15.60. Tot.l 910 lb, svtia.r, $22.00. $200.01. Loyd Hournc 60 pounds, (ft $1.90; 120 $10.25; 00 $13.75; 70 $18; 00 at $31; 75 $25; 70 $31; 70 0 $39; 30 $44; CO $ $37; 76 i $12.75; 75 $41; 65 g 32. Total 1,010 pounds $37; 110 average $26.00 $262.50 Green Sutton, 120 pounds $11; 80 (ti $49; 70 $40; 145 $50; 290 dp (40; 100 $18; 200 $16; 145 CP $10.75; 85 $5rM. Total, 1,235 pounds, avarafs $27.31 $337.32. Davidson nnd Yatcr, 45 $22.60; 26 $ $14; 40 (!) $40; G5 $38; 180 y $30; G5 $40; 100 $51; 222 tp $55; 280 & $30. Total. 1,020 lbs avsraia $40.88. $417.02. Geo. Denny nnd ion sold 210 $17; 250 $13.75; 170 $8.25; 250 (a) $38; 205 $43; 390 $30; 200 $45; 190 tp $35; 85 $23.50; 245 Q $14.26; 330 $20; ICS $20.50. Total 2,750 pounds, $27.70 $764.44. J. B. Woods, Jr., and Pulllns sold 325 pounds $17.77; 375 & $27; 80 $42; 170 $43; 230 $42; 375 $33. Total 1,575 $21; 20 pounds, avsrag $28.36 $446.77. Logan Hubble nnd Wllmot sold 100 pound CD $0; 295 g $31; 205 $42; 275 $47; 205 $20; 45 $4.00 Total, 1,185 pounds $33.17. $393.10. aK T. J. Higgins nnd Harton sold 220 pound (o $10.50; 105 D $12; 100 $25; 230 $34; S $24.50; C5 175 $35; C5 2p $31; 185 14.75; 120 $0.33; 125 $17.50; 50 $31; 55 G $20. Total 1,395 pounds $21.70 $302.85. avra W. II. Ilrown and Callett sold 20 pounds $15; 30 3 $43; 35 $50; 40 $41; 20 Q $37; 10 $30. Total 150 pounds, avarag $40 $60.00. e ara(s a.r. 1 Advertising Proper Ration Increases Production Of , Demand Baptist ror (... 1 Exchange It r Ik m 1U) 50 jefld jarettes The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Feb 17 92 1 1 . A hearty laugh Is like n ray of sunday, Can you shine on a winter LABOR RULES COST MARKSHUKY qualify for the compliment? Of course, there may bo those who pay their Income taxes in order to be able to talk about it afterwards. Every day brings forth new problems for us to face, but night uiunl-l- y comes before we can get around to It. ROADSJILLIONS Public Directly Interested Effort to Stop Drain on Mr. Kdmond Sutton is recovering after several days illness. Rev. I. V. Martin, of Georgetown will preach at the church Sunday in morning at 11 A. M. Kugenla Pollard returned Mis Sunday after several weeks visit to Mrs. Kiln Cecil In Danville. Misses I.uln Simpson of Stanford, Japanese statesmen arc urging dis- BIG SUMS FOR WORK NOT DONE Delia Itice, of Hurgin arc spending Good, Jappyl We with Mrs. A. J. Rice. armament. the week-en- d ci nominate you to lead the van but Railways Asking Lsbor Boird to The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. you won't. Abregats Wasteful Agreements Herbert Dunn was buried at the rtr iuc rrom Msdt Under Federal Control. Fork Church cemetery last Wednesone sack of No, this country Is not short on day afternoon. money. The only shortage that ex"The entire country. Its consumers. GENUINE Don! forget th class In Painting ists Is in the ability of certain peo- Its fanners, Its workmen, and even the and Interior Decorating on the afterfcfc ple to get hold of it. railway employee themselves, arc diat CONN noon! of rectly Intrre'sted with It is hinted that the Lcnue of N'n- - rutting down railwaythe railroads v In I1ROS. LUa and Let Lisa Folk. operating tlons mny dUcuss the Irish question. ene." Mrs. Rylle Ison slightly injured Hut It is unlikely anything new can This Is the kejnote of the case pre her new Ilulck when she struck the be said on the subject. senteil by the railroad to tho L'nltcd car she wns trying to pass, suddenly States Rallrond tabor Hoard, now In turned the car which ran into n rock .Most any man can save money if session In Chicago, TOBACCO wall. provided he does not he wants to, The railroads have suhmlttrd Mrs. McKecknle has been nt the to Hie board to show why the travel the pace of n millionaire on National Agreement affecting railway bedside of her dnughter, Mrs. Herthe wage of a laborer. shop labor should lie abrogate!, be- bert Dunn, who has been very ill A ".Mariagc is n game of give and lieving that this Is a vitally Important turn for the better has taken place Cracks take," says n model wife. There step In the process of reducing op- in her condition and her many erating expenses. being no model husbands, we are Gray hairs nrc always respected This step Is not only necessary to friends are glad to learn there ts unable to record their views. Insure ailoiunto famine Miwer to the hope of her reovcry when they are rich. hut will innke wsIMc nn .. . I. I rnllronils, . A. Mr. and Mrs. Josh Sutton, while I Ultimate reduction In rates. A woman who nags should never returning home from l.ancatcr one of colds in the head is to cork up The agreements were madn by the complnin when her husband scolds. .11 t L your snceic unni toe iuwii unua. vim Ilnllrond Administration Just before afternoon for some renson, the horse they were driving began kicking It is more blessed to give than to be prcvnilcd upon to erect n sneez- the end of federal control. The sum Mrs. Sutton became frightened and total of the rules and working condl cry. receive, especially if it is n licking. tlons provided by ttie National Agree- jumped from the buggy receiving have lncrcned the oiemttnc several bruises from the fall. We once heard of n preacher who ment Regardless of price conditions, the was warmly admired and supported exHnes of the rnllnmds by hundreds A canity sale will be given by the crop of free advice has not diminishmillions, nnd have decreased the by his entire flock. He never woke of tallies' Working Society on the eveed. efficiency and output of thn employee hi congregation up during his ser- In The other ways resulting In os,. ning of Krb. 2L'nd., hours A popular man seldom talks about mons. which cannot be calculated In dollar entertainment committee consisting himself. That makes him more and rents. of Missies Alice Sutton, Ola Doolin, A young man in Iowa admits havpopular. Tor several weeks the rnllronils Margaret Curtis and Stella Doty. girls in one have been inultlpljlnc Instances of the Those who stay at home will miss a ing kissed forty-tw- o It's no trouble at all to speak a night. That beats the prize record nbstird and extravagant results of the treat as the committee is planning a kind word. Just think it and it will of n certain young gallant in this labor rules fnslenrd upon them by the lot of surprise and fun for the eve National Agreements. slip right out. town. In one cne cited before the lionnl u ning Some men are inverterate jokers, The sale of .Mr. Tho. O'Hearn and "The government of the United machinist wns pold lflij hours' wngc which leads one to infer that they States is in grave danger of becom- -' for work all performed wltltln eight brother took dace last Friday nfterhours. This rase Illustrated the effect are born'Jokcrs. ing bankrupt," weeps a lugubrious of the rulo Unit for each "call" the noon. A large crowd was present. , worker Is to ho jwld Ave hours' woges The following are receipts of the If you would be happy, just for- clt. Which, we infer, is an indicn-- ' receipts of th sale: One milk cow, get the things that make you un- tlon that the said lugubrious cit is even If lie works only ten minutes. The cno of a air reimlrcr on the $80; one milk cow, $;;6; heifers $37 scheming to evade payment of his in- happy. Simple isn't it? Virginian Itallwny, who was recently to $40; one yearling mule $IK; one come tax. paid over l!.(i for services which yearling $11); two year old colt $40; At least one thing can be said in "sec! were never rendered, nnd In addition one calf $21; one horse $C0; two Herbert Hoover says he can favor of American profiteers. They pair of mules $iiil0; no reason why the United States the mine amount of overtime as was mnres $'J2-'Jare experts in their line. inada by his gang, uns another examcorn in crib, $3.25 per barrel; sow should cancel the war debts of the ple. One of the best forms of life in- allies when they are spending more In the rule that and pigs. $3fi. Mr. A. T. Scott was surance is the use of a tooth brush for armament than it would take to none connection with or but mechanics apprentices auctioneer. morning, noon and night. pay the principal nnd interest." linll do mechanics' work, tho following wns cited to Indicate Its unfairHRYANTSVILLE There is much in knowing what Hoover said a mouthful, and we pass ness: it along. That ten billion dollars not to do, but there's n devil of a Mrs. Herbert Dunn is sliwly imthe allies owe us would feed A good I Five Hours' Pay for 30 Minutes' Work lot more in not doing it. proving. many hungry' Americans in theses Kl Paso It Southwestern d "The The dollar, we arc told, is slowly days of unemployment. recently hnd an enelno sat out at Mr. Thomas Henry F.dwanU ha Just bebut surely regaining its old time pur-- . cause we are n rich nation is no Douglas, and about the time It was been sick for the past two weeks. chasing power. And in time, we reason why we should sit complac- ready to go to Its trnlo It developed Mrs. Mary K. Ilerkele has been presume, it will wake up and begin ently and watch other countries de- that a window light was broken In the quite ill but is some betetr at this cab. It was necery fur tlm foreman , fault In their obligations to us. to purchase again. to call n carpenter in do the work that writing. he could Inivo performed himself In a Genuine Vulcan Plow points and few minutes. The trnln wns delayed Repairs at CONN BROS. one hour and 30 minutes, and the emwho was Miss Mattie Coulter, ployee railed to do the work wns paid operated on at the Danville hospital five hours for work requiring 30 minutes." is getting along nicely. The Inefficiency created In Inflexible Itev. Ilonon. Rev. Ceo. S. Conant application of the rules contained In spent Thursday night with Mr. and In question was lllus-- i i tha agreements trated In the following actual case Mrs. J. Hogan Hallard. e Mrs. W. II. Cunningham has re which recently occurred on the It Ohio Railroad : , turned home after several dayy stay "An engine wns placed In tho with relatives in Lexington. shop for certain reiKilr. Itoeause THE UNIVERSAL CAR Itv. Ilonon, of the Danville district of the provisions of the National delivered a very interesting sermon Agreement, It was necessary Hint here last Thursday evening. The Fort! Coupe, with electric self starting members of five craft ierform parts of this work; formerly, the Mr. Forest Curtis and Miss Martha and lighting system, has n Mg, broad scatdecply by entire operation was Friday of Curtis were the guest upholstered. Sliding plate glass windows so that the members of but two crafts." Mrs. Kllen Curvtis, in Richmond. the breeze can sweep right through the open $6,500,000 for Work Not Performed Messrs. J. D. Hulcomb and Kdwin How tho railroads of the country car. Or in case of a storm, the Coupe becomes a Wylic spent a few days last week in worn compelled to pay nlmnut IUMsi.-Iclosed car, snug, rain-proHas and dust-proo- f. the first six month of HO) for Lexington and Covington on bui all the Ford economies in operation and mainservice not rendered because- of the ness. effects of but one of the 182 rules Intenance. A car that lasts and serves satisfacMr and Mrs. Clint Hill entertaincluded In the Shop Crafts National torily as long as it lasts. Demountable rim.3 Agreement was shown In tho testl-- 1 ed the following Suniluy: Mr. and with tires all around. For the doctor Mrs. Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. Cortney mony. and travelling salesman it is the ideal car. This punitive payment for work nev- Roberts, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Holcomb. formed was required by n clause er Mrs. Willie Coulter and Mrs. F.thel In the National Agreement, which Ilerkele were in Danville Monday. when employco are rethat See us for tested seeds of all kind. quired to check In and out on their Hudson and Farnau. own time they will bo paid one hour not interested in any car except Ford extra at the close of each week. Mis Mayme Hallard and Mr. Jake The rigid clussitlctitloti of labor, Ilurnsidos were in Lexington Sunday when tnkvii In connection with the and were accompanied home by Mrs. rulo that requires that u man must K. II. Hallard after two wcks stay have four jears" osperlonco before be- with hr sister, Mrs. W. T, Woolfolk. to perform any of the ing . Dr. nnd Mrs. It. C. Rose enterwork listed In tltetti, result In pnylng tained the following guests at dinrates applicable to men who uro 2SRJ to be fully qualified for work ner Sunday; Rev, Ceo. S. Conant -Ewhich does not require men of fuur and family, Mr. and Mrs. J. Hogan , ) ears' experience Ilallurd, Mrs. K. H. Elder und Mrs. To Illustrate bow the Inflexibilities W. J. Hogan. many of the rub- rw enforced opof NOTICK: All Kx. Service men of erate to mulct the railroads of lance sums for sort Ice which In tho ab- this community are urgently asked sence of these rules could be obtained and invited to bo present at the for relatively moderate sums, evidence American Legion Meeting to be held win laid licforu the tabor Hoard show- In URYANTSVILLK, KY., SATURing that three men who wore em- Tho DAY .N'IfillT nt 7:30 I'. M. ployed at a small pumping station In performing unskilled work, purpose of this meeting is to orMichigan, would, when vluslllod under the rules, ganize a l'OST In this end of Gar I receive an excess of pay amounting rard County and we sincerely hope to more than the value of all tbu wil that you will use every effort to ier pumied nnd current generated at bo present. this station. Signed Andy Crourhorn The Chicago testimony contains litMark Jennings erally hundreds of Instances such n Fred Sutton. these, nil supporting the contention of the railroad that the lalxir rules unResidence Phone 33. OfflcelPhone 18" A Chicago paper overs) that "given der which they havu been forced to work are such ns to prevent the ''hon- well in France and was forgotten. est, efficient nnd economical manage- Hut when he cussed out a congress ment" demanded by tin Transportaionat investigating committee he betion Act. came a national figure. Carriers' Income. Ever Get Bilious? Try This NR Tonight Vhen your liver roe Tnko NR nt once. Get digestives nnd climinntivo orgnn3 working In hnr-monnd relief is immediate. Never onuses Criointf. ny 'Tomorrow Feel Right BULL DURHAM at Creation. "ip" and nnpetlle return nnd yms on strike and you feel ekk hea.li h on.l MlMus , hud routeelf tntirrly, completely re- vll romlni on, tantend of vnxl.lllilC Tlnre Is no Wlter proof of thn rour liver with ilnisrmti ettloin.l and irriat valua of Nature's nemedy for Ushlnir jour tsmels with alronr. I' lillbiusnres nnl mnsllillon than thn sttntlnsr tHirsnllvrs. Rrt out your fail nat morn than una million Nil of nilM. Kmiln-artl- n Nil Tablets and TkMcts are unl every Ur nxirn lake miii iKht off. Ilrtlrf Will put ns quickly and than nvo million luxe sKitit every wltn II senuine. Unilnc twnrnt. I in ihi mi-Hi- , rmw-Iflir rnirvn noi niresiiy iionn ,. Tnern win t:rt a of Nature's ttem-Kl- y ul or iWiMii.e tms ll I Ml Tntilels) n nil take lltmeiiy (Mil arhn. Nature's hn .Mrot 'i tnt'-.- -t Islunli ht. If your Ttiiinm wentut mrapiir nri l r .f.i IhoftHinhlr. atulitsirn oe tho n tint Is W elj'nnt tni?. Vn unn .nMnuo t mthl sVkl Gentle. anil A. h I 'slit fur A srfk Hrllrf rs- - tliniich ll ci tir T-notn lew Van feel. Your l.ia. h nf Nsture'a lltm.d on nrt , Imt on the srt Is ilit'e-n ft w. t as clock Wntk, .stir tb ll.-r)uret-lr,',t )ii."ll In oettrr awl veimlMtlrn syntem, U eiiapo I'hyslrull), m.ntalljr, every on thn X I I sy th ImwtIs and cyn. up aerumulntln ff In many n dir. thm Htorel After that yon need not takn mmtlrlnn It and t1y ioIh.iisorethat day An omnlonal Nit crtnplftf-- I :ln; thn sjr"'n etum-- i to keep out. thn irr-urkerslem In trout rumll-tk-- n ' ir'rmc'ttrnednnd tl ntnlrritHt wttl sumnrnt, and rmi ran I m d n"lmiltl-"- i alasvs fret your llemrmlwr ll t Is an.l l.rier to keep Welt than Tim Ina vn tttr irx-- ti to r. t wr,l. Ju.t try It viHIcr-'t nw iir r t'.n ts.wc lils Nature's nemedr tNIt TaMrial Is t' ' llrws"-- he Iravrs ' umt mutnnienjetl ty lirr dUai'iH-ars- , tjvnrrcy, t ,u. r. a t..l ilrutj.l j lt tf ln it. m in nl lilflsr lst ht ).ir s Ttlt ir -- i t rat jra-ln.il R. E. McROBERTS, Lancaster, Kentucky. 1 - 1 1 POOR RIDGK. day Sunday with Mr and Mrs. Oil-be- rt J Fuel (Deleyed.) Miss Jessie Myrtle Isbell and Mr. Mrs. Sale Hurt is ill. Fred Sim lion were united In the holy bonds of matrimony Saturday. Mrs. Newt Crow is slowly improving. The bride is a beautiful anil accomMr. and Mrs. Cleo Ray are quite plished daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Isbell and the groom Is to ill at this writing. be congratulated en winning one who Miss Alice Ray t visiting her sis is se admirably fitted to be a true ter, Mrs. Hufar.l Smith. helper. The groom is the son of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. IIHI PeMard spent the and Mrs. James Simpson We wish day Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Alex far this couple all good furtunes and Ray. a happy voyage on life's sea. Rev. Hubbard drtlvrred a delightful sermon at Pleasant Hill Sunday l; ! Kail-roa- J morning. Mr. and Mrs. Lige llolton spent the day Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Newt Grow. Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry Sebastian spent the week-enwith his mother, Mrs. A. R. Ilurehcll. Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Ray spent the day Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. It. Ray at iluckeye. Miss Agnes Ray has returned home after a delightful visit with her cousin, Miss Lillian Murphy. Mrs. Sim Ray and Miss Zona Roy left Sunday to spend a few day with her son, Mr. Ira Ray, of Dand VICTIMS RESCUED -- I their insidioui ntt.Tlt'. He J t'te f:rt warning the" uive that they need attention by tuklnfl caw 'Ti ' K!nv. llvr bhil 'f ao-- t i Tlcrieacld nr-ro- us: ho. GOLD MEDAL The wnfld's runiUrd remrdv for these flttoidere, will often ward oil these diseases and strengthen the body acalnst further attacks. Thiee tlics, all druggists. Uek CeU Meael t eseer U( tk. t sr.Mi M kartaUea) ville. Mr .ami Mrs. Claude llolton Miss Agnes Ray spent the day day with her parents, Mr. nnd Sim Ray, Mr. Ira Ray and Mr. Harnest and Sun Mrs. If Dur ham, of Danville, were guests Sunday of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sim Ray. Mrs. Harrison . Kay and Miss Gladys Ray spent the day Tuesday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis McCulley. Mr. and Mrs. Abe Hurton and Mr. and Mrs. Willie Whitaker spent the F.vrry man should dare to speak the truth and be ready to fight or duek when necessary, Genera! Dswes served his country n pickle and a few moments of un- disturbed time, a woman can solve any problem on earth." Give'em n barrel, brother, give'em a barrel, and jelecl'em all to congress. Just now (the county is sorely in need of an army of solvers. ' Haiti-mor- of Haselden Bros Garage. tr INotice i "T" HI 1 I ) ill pro-vlde- s OUR TERMS ARE STRICTLY 1 (!) CI CASH OR PRODUCE Please do not ask us to make any tickets or phone us to send any thing out of the store, unless you send the money. We would like to accomodate you, but we can not send goods to one person without sending It to others, and this would cause us to drift back into the credit business. We will hold our clerks responsible so do not ask them to break our rules. I I I i sop-Mo- I I 1 - I I I I I W. 0. RIGNEY. lii Funeral Director and Embalmer. Kentucky. I I v Respectfully, Lancaster, Becker & Ballard I PHONE 27. BRYA.NTSVILLE, KENTUCKY. jsiwi The Central Record. Lancastei , Ky.t Thursday Feb 17, 1921 GUNN3 CHAPEL pathetic fiiure deserving of )rmpathy. Much tlckneii, pain and mixrr remit (mm disordered kidneye and triad . in lklr wtxt 4ti, Filial nl iKa ..d imUt.hM imm ot RtKki, reetlrlie ah.e IwrwrUifkftcbf , oreifc. bUo4 km. to 4tt erM.rlo.t-1- 1 tilt rf otl.a M.I., IHllaaaaet. hlaoMer v.ita.tt, mn omen, oc etitr itwptoM ol lM.ee imM. hard to itartd it one aide the tltram nl life flows lijr. A man or woman condemned In ilcknett no) permit Mm or her lo per lhal ' form the active duiiei ol lile, to do hta or Iter (hare of the world's wmk, la Get Well Is Indeed IT ri., f .tl U IW. art ititm l imrwal ftfiMJ klJttrt 4 fMtitiM m itsu W hlooj tut urn li pvr.tWtJ dtt 4 itM ItMltJ Hwm P M t1f(flrWiitai) .'. Ill wrn "Tw Ill mJ Si i4mv fit! rlivtcf .l.vws JU-.- f l mt Mala to trMt1.Hnla if fWr tmmi ! rtftltihfa (W rt H trtxtbt mtk Itjrtit t at ()., i.t Mfta. Jit.m a4 ati.4 ? faW KtJf ri'.W MfJ arlt te:vnat J ! !., tr a. rrrrii !( cltMUA t4t 5r'r I rtiiai iht a h4Hr en t4 rf ktlr (rota r lift Mra. I.ouls McCulley. Itev. Inako nnd Mr. J. I). WatU of at the Wllmore were entertained Certain people apparently go on home of Mr. Talton May Sunday the fiuumption that the more smoking nlKht. they ilu in this world the less they will Mr. ami Mrs. Frank Iuiml, Mr. ami have to endure in the next one. Mra. John Land and son spent the day with Mr and Mrs. Ed. Nnylor whone Infnnt, son Jamei Hamilton has been quite ill. Mr nnd Mrs .Tom I'rice were the uucsts of Mr. and Mrs. Hunter Davis STORMES DRUG STORE Firil Thought In Druge LANCASTER. KY. (I)eleycd.) Mr.. Willie Masters la ill. Mrs. Cordelia Davis was In Buckeye part of the pnat week. M(m Ivn llollon spent Sumlny night with Ml Inez Lnnd. Mi Inez Ijinil wni a guest of Miss Iva llollon Monday night. Mr. Frank Grass of Howling (Jrcen wni n vliltor here for the week-enMIm Annie taunt Adklns wns n guest of MIm Thclmn Simpson Sunday. Mra. Arthur Dalley and children were guests 0f Mr. Line Hurt recently. Itev. Insko filled his nppolntment nt the Methodist church Saturday evening. Wo will eich.ng. cloeer e.ed for corn at tho market price. Hudson and Farnau. Minn Emma Crutchrr and Mr. Walter Hume were married in Richmond Fehrunry 3rd. Misses Myrtle and Chriitinc Davis were guest of Mr .ami Mrs. John tand Sumlny niuht. Itay and Miss Mm. Harrison Gladys liny spent Thurslay with J. is the guest of her daughter, Mrt. Hogan Hallard. Mr. II. II. Hnlcomb spent Tuesday night ns the guest of Mr. Chas. F. Itnnkln in Danville. Mr. Jns. II. Lenvell nnd Mrs. W. with T. Statlinga spent the week-end POOR BLOOD IS JUST LIKE SUICIDES 'Ijinrnater. Mr James Spellmnn, of Hnrrods-burwns the guext Thursday of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ituble. Tankage, the Ideal feed for growing hnga Hran, Mineil I'.ed, Ground Harlejr. Iludton antl Farnau. Montgomery' Mr. and Mrs. Snm ami Mrs. N'nn Mullins were in Tuesdny on business. Miss Mary Hello Hnlcomb and Mr. Lout W. Ilrnnddus were the guests of friends In Danville Tuesday. Mr. nnd Mrs, Edd Ilnllard nnd children, of Stanford, were Sumlny guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Swope. Mini lllnnche Spenke, of Lexingwith her ton, spent the week-enparents, Mr. and Mrs. Snm Spenke. Mr. nnd Mrs. Colvin Ilulett nnd children spent Sumlny with her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Hurt, of Paint friends In d g, Over G,000 In U. S. In SLOVVPOISON 1920, Including 707 Makes You eel Lazy Children. And Discouraged. Suicides in the United States, during the yenr of 1920 numbered V You Get Nothing 171, Including 707 children, members Save-A-I.if- 2 LUCKY STRIKE cigewtito. Flavor is their parents, Mr .and Mrs. U. C. Honin Thursday. Mrs. Addle Davis, of Preachers-villwns the pleasant guest of her sister, Mrs. Hyrmum Davis Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Zack Hester, Jr., nnd son, Earl ami Mr. and Mrs. John Coltins were the guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. Jetf Davis Saturday night and Sunday. c, Done. PEPTO-MANGA- PURIFIES Your The Wood Tun. Up With With It. Notice Difference Rich Red Illood Veins. In Your Lick. Mrs. E. II. Ilnllard spent sevcrnl days last week as the guest of her sister, Mrs. W. T. Wool folk of Lex- ington. the MIm Eliza Ison entertained following guests Sunday: Mr. and Paul Mrs. M. O. Kennedy, Messrs. nnd Fred Sutton. Miss Thcessn Woods, who is at- tending school in Wllmore wns the gueit Sumlny of her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. It. D. Woods. Misies Norn and Julia I.owry nnd Mr. John I.owry, of Wllmore, were guests Sunday of Miss Nettle Ilruner and Mr. Colvin Hruncr. The many friends of Mr. Halley Easley, of Lourlnnd, Ohio, but formerly of this place, regret to hear of his death. Mr. Easley nnd family are v. ell known here, having lived here a number of years previously. They were tf'ven for the week-end- . the cuatomary "serenade" by the men Saturday evening. M. S. Mim Jessie H. Itny and Mr. Elmer Itny entertained n number of youni; HATFIELD Amoni: the folks Friday niKht. number were: Misses Il.ulnli May. DENTIST HcMle Tenter nnd iva llollon, Messrs Offica oe.r The Garrard Bank. Frank Gross, of Howling Green, HuPhone. Offica S. Ke.ldenco 376. May and lludi Noel. POINT LEAVELL. KENTUCKY. bert LANCASTER. Mis Jessie Myrtle Isbell and Mr Freil Simpson were united In the (Deleyed.) holy bonds of matrimony by the Itev. Miss Lizzie llnmmnck is ill with C I). Strother at the llnptUt In Ijincniter, Saturday, Feb. toniilitis. Exclusive. .1th. The bride Is the youngest Mr. (. II. Sutton spent Sunday Optometrist laughter of Mr. and Mrs. Win. Isbell with Mr. John Smith. while the groom Is a son of Mr. Miac Mary nnd Allie Hell spent DANVILLE. KENTUCKY. Jame Simpson, of Pleasant Hill. in Ijtncntter. the week-enHe is to be congratullateil on winOpposite Gilcher Hotel. Office lloura 8 to 12 and I to S p.aa. ning one who is so well Vernon Totum is fitted to Little Willie ' make an excellent companion thru very ill with pneumonia. with life. They spent the week-enMr. Charlie Wooten has moved to relatives near Itlchmond. They will his new home on White Lick. reside near I'lcasant Hill. Our best Mr. Hoyd Hammons spent Saturarc extended to FUNERAL DIRECTOR wiuhc Journey o'er life's them for a day night with Taylor Hammons. pathway. happy Ofllc. Over National Hank. was in Mr. Murrell Hammons Ilea idence Phono 3. Oflice Phone 27 Momlay Itlchmond on important LANCASTER. KY. business (Deleyel) Mr. nnd Mrs. Joe Kuykendall arc Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Davis v. ere In receiving congratulations over the Lexington Monday. arrival of n baby girl, christened Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Ituble were in Alice Lucinn. VETERINARIAN. Danville Monday. Clyda Misses Mary Hammonds, Call. Answered Promptly Day or Mr. Chcnault Ituble was the guest and Martha Wooten and Lizzie HamNight. Phono 317. of friends in Nicholaiville Sunday mock spent Sunday afternoon with KENTUCKY Mrs. K. II. Elder, of Nlcholasville, Misses Fannie and Maud Smith. LANCASTER. CARDS.J or the child complexion, n pule wnn face, has blood that is Ailed with poison. Instead of rich red blood coursing through their veins, they arc trying to get nlong with blood that is weak nnd thin. It does qualities thru not carry the body. You sec those men nnd They nrc so every day. women tired. Their shoulders droop. They slouch. It is nil they cun do to get nround. As soon as you begin to feel that the well- way take known blood tonic. It will clear your nwny the poisons nml make blood rich with red corpuscles. Is prepared in both liquid nnd tablet form. One has the the other. same medical value a Take cither kind you prefer. Hut n be sure you get the genuine "fiude's." The full name should be "Gudc's (Advertisement.) on the package. The man or woman sickly-looking with n g Pepto-Mnngn- Pepto-Mnngn- n Pcpto-Mnnga- Pepto-Mnngnn- e League were told of the recently by Dr. H. M. Wnrren, Presl-deof the League. This exceeded the figures of the previous yenr by cncs, he said. 1,000 more than During the year 2,040 women riled This Is n through large Increase over the preceding yenr. The Increased perccntngc nmong women wns ascribed to thjlr entry In commercial nnd political life. Unhappy domestic relations and living conditions also were Inrgc contributing factors. The youngest suicide in the coun try during the past year was a five years old, while the oldest was 10.1. Firearms, poisons, ami illuminating gns were the most uual methods employed. The league went on record n favoring uniform laws gov erning the sale of drugs nnd the possession and sale of firearms as n deterrent to child suicide. Classified nmong the cases of in 1U20 were 75 presidents nnd managers of large business concerns; 3(5 men reputed to be millionaires; 1!3 wenlthy women; 24 law yers; 8 Judges; 51 doctors; 40 actors and actresses; 31 college professors nnd teachers; 27 college students; 21. brokers; 59 bankers including 14 presidents; 12 clergymen; two evangelists and one Y. M. C. A. secretary. nt PLEASANT HILL (Deleyed.) Mrs. W M. Morris continues quite ill. Mr. Cleo Kay nnd family have been ill with lagrippe. Mr and Mrs. Lige Holton spent Sunday with Mr. nnd Mrs.. N'ute Alice Kay has been a recent guest of her sister, Mrs. Huford Smith. Miss Lucille Price is n visitor at the home of Mr .and Mrs. Walker Hurdette. Mr. and Mrs. Hill WhitUkcr spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Ireston Snyder and family. Mr. nnd Mrs. II rail ford Hurdette were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles MacWilliam. Mr. and Mrs. Cronley Hardwick spent Sunday night with Mr. Bill Matthew and family. Mrs. Lida Turner and children, of Indianapolis, Ind., are guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Simpson. Mrs. Wnlkcr Hurdette nnd two interesting children have been recent guests of her mother, Mrs. K. '.. Price. Misses Christine and Olivn Preston have been the attractive guests of their cousin, Miss Carrie Preston in Lancaster. Mr. Fred Simpson, of this place, and Miss Jessie Myrtle Isabel!, of Gunns Chapel, were married Saturday. May they have a long and happy life together is the wish of their many friends. Grow. Miss How To Treat Your Town. Improve it. Talk about it. Trade nt home. He public-spirite- LEAVEL GREEN (Deleyed.) Mrs. John M. Smith is on the sick list. Mrs. Walker Hryant is ill nt this writing. been J.J.Byrne paa-toriu- m d .who has Mrs. Jennings Mosicr III is improving. Mrs. T. A. Green was the guest of Mrs. Henry Green last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hallard were Trade and induce others to trade guests of Mrs. Susie Hen fro Sunday. here. When strangers come to town use Miss Ituth Sowdcr was the guest them well. of Miss Anna Mne Green Inst SunDon't cnll your best citizens fraud, day, and imposters. Mrs. Ituth Davis was the guest of Support your local institutions her mother, Mrs. Susie Itenfro last Tell of its advantages. Take a home pride In it. Tell of its business men. Itemember it is your home. J. A. Beazlev d that benefit your town. BRYANTSVILLE Look nhead of self when all the Hcv. Mosser and wife, of Wilmore, town is to be considered. Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Hoop the Help the public officers to do the visited week-enmost good for the most people. Mr nnd Mrs. Martin Green nnd If present conditions of improve- children visited his brother, Mr. and ment continue, one will soon be able Mrs. Henry Green Sunday. to think of Mexico without letting out Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Robinson and d Friday. a string of cuss words. Or. Printus Walker French bachelors arc to be taxed to aid the babies of the benedicts, says a news item. Hut don't rush precipitately into matrimony, young man. Take time, make a wise selection and keep what you get. This is not France. children were the pleasant guests of Mr and Mrs. H. G. Smith Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Willie Lnwson and children nnd Mr. Brack Grey were guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. Hamp Sunday. Mrs. Dora Davis and Mrs. Pcnrl Dnvis and children were guests of ry IT 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 tobe gotten in the state. Daily Sales. 9 Garrard CAMPBELL Tobacco Warehouse LANCASTER, Co. KY. STREET. Incorporated. Tandy Quisenberry, Starter. Geo. Brown, Floor Mgr. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Feb 17, I 92 1 F1F1BE 1 Learn to do your own Painting IirSAs The Editor Sees It. ERNST wMISSHOLLADAY'SCANDIES'q o to We will have with us on the afternoons of Feb. 21st, 22nd, 23rd, 24th a lady who will lecture on interior decora- tion and instruct in Fainting, Graining, and Srippelening. Come see how easy you can learn this in a few minutes. uoiiiury people who jjet to Will Bo Third Republithe bljr cities nrc nmnzctl nt the flhortncM of women's can Senator Of State dresses. Jinny seem to consider it indelicate, even vulgnr. Covington Man To Ba Sola fi. O. P. In renlity, however, Wnrr Of Toga In those !r short dresses are exceedingly "SollJ South." sanitary, vastly more than the DEI10C, BRADLEY, OTHERS long sweeping ones our mothers used to wear. It is the state llr WILL S. KALTENBACHER. of the mind and iyt the length (Louisville Times.) of a dress that breeds indelicacy and vulgarity. The huKrnst, Coving When Itichnnl man race would be in much ton, takes hit) sent in the United better condition if the dresses Su,M Srnfl, nt noon March 4, ho in w' " th thlr'' Kepubllcnn ,1... . the .'of our womi.ti v,.i-- . ,,v " "I !.:.,.. ., Vni,,-l,- .. u flinkfl J niiivuinj .. ........ .lit; er than they now are. Free- ntorlnl toga nnd the first of thnt dom of movement means bet pnrty to lie chosen United State ter health greater Senator by popular vote. and Ufa Hepublicnn predecessor In the and vitality, and strenKth Deboe, without these humanity would scnatorship were Willlnm J,181)7 to Morion, who aerved from soon cease to be. 11103, nntl William O. llrndley, who 1 t..-ii 1- BEAR IN MIND OUR A9 PI' X o H c) Cl UJ z Appetite Ticklers Ferndell 1000 Isle Dressing Ferndell Mayonnaise Dressing U C) Vclva and Log Cabin Syrup, with pan cake Hour. Can You Real It? o CONN BEOS. "LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS." Sell your Tobacco on the I.ancnstcr Market. DC SI DL1l3 Adranca. Editor and Mgr. Lnn-caste- r, L I The Central (MUtll W.UIy. Payabl In Record merit of their districts, lest they $1.50 a Yaar. find themselves "in bad" at the next election. Write to them. You will find I J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. R. L .ELK IN, Local Entered at the Post Office in Ky., as Second-Clas- s Mail Matter. that they are qtule human, and will be as fair with you as you are with them. x boaster, THE Ky., February 10, 1921 Ad.efti.inff Rrpfe.tiUfi PKFAS ASSOCIATION Just Resting. For Political Announcamantt. For Precinct nnd City Offices. .15.00 10.00 For County Offices For State and District Offices. .15.00 .10 For Calls, per line . . .10 For Cards, per line For all publications in the interest of individuals or expression of Individual views, per line .10 .06 Obituaries, per line Rates Political Anouncement We nrc authorized to announce Rev. Ed Hubbard a candidate for tl:e nomination for sheriff of Gnrrari county, subject to the action of the Republican party. Use Your Pen. your senator Write and congressman occasionally. They need YOUR counsel and advice. Senators and congressmen are not little tin gods, nor yet big ones. They are just human beings like the rest of us people whom we have picket from our midst and sent to Washington to represent OUIt WILL in the affairs of the nato tion. Dont get the mistaken idea that your duty ends with ing your vote. cast- That is only the beginning. It is your duty to keep our representatives in Washington advised as to the attitude of this particular community relative to the various matters that come up in congress. Otherwise they will not know what WE think what WE dc- sirc-w- hnt WE expect THEM to do, and how they should vote in order to truly represent the people of their districts. Senators and congressmen receive many letters, but most of them are from professional politicians or people who have an axe to grind. They seldom hear from the rest of us, nntl as long as we are indifferent to our Interests we can hardly complain if they become so themselves. Write them nice friendly letters nntl tell them how you stand and how your neighbors feel. They will appreciate it for two reasons. First because they are really desirous of doing something for us if it is possible for them to do so. Second, they arc anxious to keep in touch with the senti- - When a fellow brings up at the end of a long run he is tired and wants a rest. He wants to VJ0H Legislature when four Demo look around a little before he Most men either have an crntic members, Senators II. S. Mc takes another spurt. Nutt nnd Albert Chnriten and Repre That about represents the automobile or wish they had sentatives Chri Mueller anil K. V. one. Hut the automobile is t.iimrti, uroke over me party traces business situation today. It has been moving nt a wild rapidly depriving the people and voted Tor llradley amid the most the daily exercise they re- - seiiNitional scenes ever witnrMisi in nnd strenuous pace for a num-'to keep their bodies in fit legislative body. Mr. llrndley was o ber of years, and now the elected over J. C. U. Iieekham, who iod of relaxation is at hand, condition. The owner of a had just retired from oiriee of It is resting, and sizing up car spends most of his time in Hxnrtly a "dozen yearn later on- the situntion before it begins his machine that is, his spare time and while he is thus other ReHiblican was successful In another gallop. We have much the same skimming over the country he wresting the senatorial toga from a Democratic wearer Richard I. thing at every presidential is depriving his body of that Krnit. nominated bywhin party with his exercise which the law of hu- - out opposition, received a majority election. As the time approaches for'nian nature demands. The of the votes in the general election the incumbent to retire from 'car- is a modern necessity, ami over his Democratic opponent, Senaoffice business interests begin everyone who can afford it tor J. C. W. Ileckham. That dem ocratic dofection played a part in to wonder what the new .man should own one, but not at the the election of Mr. Krn.it and made will be WHAT HE WILL DO. expense of health. Take your possible thu elevation of the third Capital always has an eye open! daily exercise before you take Republican to .th Federal Senate for breakers ahead. It never (your drive. You will be able since the Suite was erected is attested by the fact that the Democratic goes blindly onto tho rocks of to live longer and drive Presidential ticket carried Kentucky er. by n majority of more thrn 1.000 After the new president has over the Republican electors. If you feed an engine too Only G. O. r. Sanafur In South. been inaugurated, and uncer rich a mixture of gas it will Mr. Krnst enters upon his senatotainties begin to crystnlize into soon choke it antl stop it. It rial dutioa ut u most auspicious time, something definite, business the beginning of a new Republican will be able to make a fairly needs more air. If you surfeit national administration, and being accurate survey antl determine .the brain continually with the only Republican Senator in the just what line of action it is ad heavy reading it will become Old South will give him a prestige in dulled and clogged Tor lack of that body that shouhl be very helpvisable to take. ful to He for That, in all likelihood, will relaxation. It needs a change. years, him. term will serve March six his expiring 3, ,A little clean fiction mixed in mark the beginning of the end 1027. I I ft i Xf II til of our period of commercial While is a long way olf, it produce a keener mint! antl a be up to itMr. Krnst to show thatwill ho rest. . .quicker brain and a stronger can repeat, lit. Republican predecesNow idle wheels will tu ivnrttt sor having served only one term, ' again. Men will return to, t m!.,.i ...i but in this connection it i only fair "viiiunh in mini their occupation, nnd the buni.,,n r up children, niiuu hi I1IK to say that Senator llrndley was callness world will soon be at nor-- j ed by death before the end of hU z mal again. , Germany is said to be in a term ami thereby deprived of the opWe see nothing in the pros- - butter economic condition than portunity to try for ent situation to occasion alarm 'the allies. The latter are Christian County Jersey We see every indication of squabbling over the $00,000,-a- n early return to activity. Makes New State 000 they want Germany to pay Let us husband our strength them, while the Germans nrc Record. nntl our resources nnd await getting down to hard work J with confident patience the day, and producing something. It What is said by dairy authorities at when the tide begins to turn, is a lesson worth remember- - the State College of Agriculture to be We will not have to wait, the highest milk and butter fat reing. o' friend dropped into our It until h death in 1914, n little lessj in than n year before his term would the other day and H of having a "bum have expired. O tn Sell your Tobacco on the Lnncnster Market. lly Strang coincidence stomach." We don't wonder. twelve a years separate the exactly term of 'His time is consumed in work the three Republican Senators from ing, eating and sleeping. If Kentucky nnd another outstanding he will run half a mile every feature i that the election of each 'morning before breakfast and of them was only made possible by Farm Flock Makes $98! Yo" tomt murhty ri.e to getting drink two quarts of pure wafer Democratic support. every day he won't do so much wa Mr. Deboe, then a State Senator, Profit In One Month. convert that back yard into a garden. the beneficiary of n coalition of grunting. And if he will Republican and Dem Cheer up and stay eheervd. Ilusl spend an hour or two a day ocrats at the special session of the That the proper onrc and manage condition in thin country are puncning me nag, jumping Legislature called to meet by Gov- ment of the farm poultry (lock re- net of the but they are imfences and sawing wood he ernor llrndley In 8915, nfler the turns a good profit I .evidenced by measurably better than those of any will soon wonder why he ever memorable deadlock between lllnck the results obtained from the tloek of other eouislry. burn and Hunter IhuI lasted through Mm. J. T Wilunn, Corydon, Hender did so much complaining. tit the regulnr session of the same son county where a profit of $US.21 Smmc people are env1nccd that When the Lord gave our year. Or Hunter was the regular was realised from lf8 White Wyan nobody ever read the home paper Mrs. unttl the editor begin to tell the dotte hen during December. friend a perfectly good Republican caucus nominee, but stomach he did all that can be bolt in hia own party prevented his Wilson t conducting a demonstration the truth about them, and thrn they farm in cooperation with the State .tre ready to tight expected of Him. That which election to tho Senate.In College of Agriculture and all feeding llradlry Circled I90S. the Lord gives is worth keep ToIve yearn later flovernor Ilrnd and management of the (lock Is being ing and taking care of. It is ley wns elected United State Sena done according to the recommenda A M aaaS up to the friend. tor through a Democratic bolt in the tions of the poultry department of For A olTice com-"plain- iK.nmi'il the toL'ii In 1909 nml wnrt- - 2 Currey & Gulley. wsaiaNVDSiAvavnoHSSiww I rit-- Ix-n- t. 1 afkAifawjfkaTaVafatAA SsVabSSaajmafA per-i'iuir- j i i - that institution. During the month reported the 1 OH hen predured 20i detenu or 2,472 eggs making an average of I t. 7 eggs per hen during the month. This is ! regarded by poultry authorities to be ' an extremely Wgh egg production in) December when many hena atop) lnying. The report far the month shows that Mrs. Wilson sold flUO.HO worth of market egg in nddltion to those ' which were used at home. Her re-- ! ceipts for the month totalled f 139 30. i Total expense connected with the ' (lock during the month amounted to 141.01 leaving the profit of 198.26. Mr. Wilson reports that one of the pullets in the flock laid 28 eggs during December. The hens in Mrs. Wilson'.- llock were fed according to Circular No, fltl which may be obtained free by writing the Kxperiment Station, i - Up-To-D- Plumbing, Heating, Guttering, Roofing, Repairing, and all kinds of Tin Work SKE OK I'llONK P, B, Lsnrastrr, Ky. Quick Service ami Good Work often-uncertaint- y. A NECESSITY 1 i 1 I - Ja I I at this time is that each and i,t.. i.:.. every one of us meet our obligations. Keep the old dollar mov- ing and business will be brisker. Preach this doctrine and practice it. Start it today. Mail us a check for your account which . needs your attention and we'll pass it on to those from whom we buy. Let us hear from you at once. i Canada. After thp War placed many soldiers on new farms and furnished them the finnncial assistance necessary to get a start. Now most of the mon ey the Canadian government' loaned them has been repaid,1 new farms are milling to the wealth of the dominion, and1 the question of unemploymentis less nressinir than It would have been. Canada buildcd wisely and is now reaping her reward. In this country we are still waiting for "George" to do something. - Coughs and Colds often laad la PNEUMONIA Don't trifle with either n couk'ti or cold on the chest. y LUNOAUDIA is recounted na tho greatest remedy ever oiTervd for the relief of such J Its action Is swift nnd certain, good for nny kind of couch and bronchiul trouble. Once used you will never acIt is free cept n substitute. from opiates and safe for children. The best druggists from Coust to Const sell and recomUuy a I.UNCAKDIA. mend bottle today and put It squarely to tho test. 00c und $120 bottle. FOR SALE BY MtROBERTS DRUG STORE. condition. cord that has ever been made by a yearling heifer In Kentucky has been reported from Jersey, Illuo Hell's Sarah Ann, 152811, in the herd of Mr. H. II. Felcher, l'embroke. The cow started her otflcinl record when she freshened at the ace of one year and five months and during the year she produced 8,219 pounds of milk and 420 pounds of butter fat equivalent to 605 pounds of butter. Mr. nnd Mrs. Felcher who hnd had no experience In conducting an official test, fed and milked the heifer throughout the year. They were nssisted by Assistant County Agent II. G. Cress of Christian county. If discretion Is the better part of conscientious objectors must have been wonderfully brave men. Yours Very Truly, HASELDEN BROS. Sell your Tobacco on tho Lancaster Market. valor, the The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, Feb 17, 92 1 1 . In Mr. U. D. Slmpton In I prndlng In Corhln, The Lancaster Building & Loan ASSOCIATION. liMfpralcJ. Takes Mortage Loan from It members on weekly or monthly Installments. Own n home pnld for out of rent money by being nn Inventor In the Lancaster Hulldlng nnd Loan Association. If not n borrower nml wnnt n saving Recount Invest your weekly, or monthly saving. Your savings will noon be large enough to ilrnw Interest. the week Lexington. I Mr. Ml O. It. Carpenter the guest of relative and friend. llcttlc Went wa n visitor in Lexington icvcrnt days loit week. Lancaster School Notes terrible accident Store?" Stormes Drug Mayme "N'o, what?" Luln "Oh, Paul had hi eye on n chair ami Virginia sat down on it." Clyde Kugene Classified Column RATES N'o t "I haven't slept for days." "What' the matter, J, K. ROIHNSON, President Win. 8. HOPPER, Scc't. & Tres. Sell your Tobacco on the Lnncnslcr Mnrkct. LUMBIN Steam. Hot Water and Furnace Heating ROOFIN(;, GUTTERING SHEET METAL WORK. STOVE AND RANGE REPAIRING. Shop Phone 69. c. d. McCarthy Lexington St. Lnncnstcr, Ky. Gossip About People A Mie Kanny McClure nnd Mary Rich returned to their homes Sunday after The tine re-1 v?? n vwt- n pleasant Christian vilt v with Mr. U Manuel. Endeavor of the MtMian ol th Camlo tni CoIrji hyThoit Wi Art iMtrottd In. Brll Ch rutin n Church entertained nt the church Monday evening with a valen- wrty. K. J. Mr J F. Klmore has been a cent visitor in Danville, MM Sue Shelby Mnun Man tor in Nicholasvillc Tuesday. Hrolhur Hardware Store rendy tt teach you pointing, (training and stlppeletiing. Mr. Hrnl.l will be at Conn Mr. O. Hotter, of Louisville, ha douicJiter, Mr. been vstiting hi Mr-- . Robert We! ami Mm. K. (J. Adoldi Joseph and Mr. Joseph on Smith were in DahvMIc Saturday. Maplo avenue. Mr. J. W. Are)-- , of Stamford, h befin a reewst Mr. Uge I.ogaa. ttf Danville vWt-- 4 las week. in Ms nteee Mr. KtL Rs Mr. d 'r IJtr Tumllniuin in Lexing- Mr. II. V. Ilaxtin ami daughter. Marjurie. hove returned from n visit t her shrfer, Mr. Charles Denman, N1chlviM. " Mr. Harry of rotative were visiter ton Sunday- - Mr. nml Mrs. Adolph Joseph ami have relittle daughter. Port I turned frm a vWl to Mr. ami Mr. to, Heard, of Shelk.y1M. been visiting her daughter, Ml Mr. hat Ann Itttnnr, Mix in I.uU1llc Mury May Walker, of Taint underwent an operation for at the Panviile and Iloyle Mrs. Arthuia Curny I victim: her Cwunty Hospital Saturday. Danville daughter. Mm. Fisher Gaines and Mr. Messenger. Kick, llennl. tonsil Gaines, in Danville. l Tho W. C. T. U. wilt glre a eclal Mr. Henry Simpson, of Lexington, Saturday at 3 o'clock. Alt of the sending n few day with M par-n- t. "members nre urged to be prevent and Mr. nml Mrs. 17. I). Simpson I ttawe interested in the Temperance ! rnuse are cordially invlttiL Dr. nml Mr. Wyntl LeUher, Mr. and Mr. W. It. Cook, of Dandle. Mr. Harrington King Wert ami pent Tuesday with Mm. K. U Ows- - daughter, Mi Winifred West, of Lexington. Virginia, are guest of West's daughter, Mr. Kobert Mis Kathorino Wnrrlner, who hn Mr. Klmininl, on Kinnaird and Mr. tho guest of Mr. Stephen walk-ebeen Maple avenue. ha returned to her home in Dan-viltMr. ami Mr. 1.. Manuel, Mr. The. MMillcton nnd Ml Ida Mur V. A. Fnrnau ami rn. Ken-iirlMr. In Danville Sunday for a phy have returned from n visit hert vtit with Mr, Story llcrron to Mr and Mr, llanki Hudion, in at the Ilonpitnl. i r, e. . Danville. Ml.wi l.egue of the Kpuorth Tho Jennie Warren And Mil Mon-da- y Methotliit church entertalntMl Charlotte U'arron, of Stanford, spent evening with u valentine juirty Monday with their aunt, Mit Jennie lot the home of MIm Minnie Hrown Mjnpan. on Crab Orchanl Htreet. The homo The many friend of little James wat decorated with fern, red heart Kefrehnient were Ilusscll Strothcr are orry to hear nnd red llowers. that he ha been quite ill but the lu.it erved About twenty Ave guest rr ports nre that he i much better were prewtt. GREAT CROWDS g ARE ATTENDING OUR Cash Raising Sale Community astonished at such remarkable values. Many goods being sacrificed. Get Yours While They Last. Sanders Variety Store hn accomplished n sick?" The school Rev. nnd Mr. Harry Hudon have great deal Clyde "No, I sleep at night." of work the pnst week. been upending n few day with rein, We started in the new term doing live near Klemingxburg. fine work nnd we are determined to Utile MIm Charlotte Smith, of continue for nil wish to he exempt Stanford, tin hern the gaiet of Mr. from, examination nt the end of the term. J. K. Stnrmc, In Richmond. The picture taken by the traveling ToMr. It. II. HuUon left Wcdneiday photographer cvcral week ago were for Indlanln, whore he will visit her returned till week. Most of them iter, Mr. Frnzfcr Hurt nnd Mr. were very good, this wa proved by Hurt. so many being old. The sale of The blight wildfire er rust whjch picture caused n great deal of exMIm Kathleen Walter, of Lexingdestroyed o mnny crop of tobacco the guot of MUe Mnymc citement In the grades. ton, last season and so seriously injured and Kthcl Walter on Lexington With the coming of the robins and many more ha caused n great montreet. bluebirds the school is seeing the ey los to the fnrmer nnd will enuse need of cleaning up the yard. mnny who wish t escape or miniMr. nml Mr. J film Milton Kolinrd There i one thing we should nil be mize n far n possible this danger of Danville, have been the gueatn of proud of ami that I our school. In 1'Jil, to consider the qunllty of Mr. nnd Mr. John Wood on the LexWe should be proud of the building, the tobacco seed which they will sow ington road. tree nnd also the yard, now the this year, if it I determined to sow Mr. nnd Mr, llurmnn West left nvernge school yard lmve jmper etc. nny, and to inquire "carefully a fo Wednesday for Louisville, nfter nil over them but we should have when, where and by w'hm the same average. If we iending M'vernl week with Mr. nnd our above the wn produced. would clean up the paper ami other Mr. W. T. Wost N'o one seem to know the source unnecessary particle lying nround it or cause of this disease. Some Mr. Walter Hummock, of Hender-onvillwould improve old I. II. S. one hun thnt it was produced entirely by N. ('., retufnwl to their dred per cent. It is thought thnt n wenther condition nnd that the dis home last Monday nfter a few dnysjl,,,,.,, ynr, cleaning will be mJlde from the ease is not transmitted in Itnenster on buslnes soon and it will be the duty of every jdnnt to its seed, while other believe Mr. Kugene Ilrsadus, who hn pupil to see thnt the yard is then thnt whatever may be the source or lck nt the home of hi brother kept clean. been cause of the disease it may be so in Chicago for several week, is now Equipment of Laboratory transmitted. Therefore, in order to in this rity the guet ut hi parent, The laboratory of the Lancaster avoid as far a possible the risk of Mr. and Mr. Cronley llrtradua. High School i one of the best equip- the same trouble in the 19-- 1 crop, all should avoid planting nny Mr. and Mr. I.oyd Ilourne nnd ped in the state although it lack n farmer few things in the way of wireles nnd seed harvested from any crop of to- daughter, Kiln Muc and Loi Virfield or even ginia, and Mr. Thomas I'oynter, electrical experiment but these may bncco raised on any be Mubtituted. Kveryone is proud of near nny field where the disease ap were guet Saturday of Mr. nnd and hope to make it peared, even though in n mild form; this Mr. Milton Itoilard in Danville. the best in the state in the near nnd thi for the reason that no one knows to what extent It may again Mr. anil Mr, lien Wilmot and future. grown from such family have moved from their farm On last Tuesday morning while appear in crop where they lived fpr the past i!7 the Senior were in French class it seed. In view of these fact every farm yxnrt nnd have rented property on would have been noticed by n spechis Danville street for the remainder of tator that nn air of unsurpassed ex- er should try to raise seed plants for produced the year. among the Seni- thi year's crop from citement prevailed nnd the aisles from the MUD crop of tobacco, W. SimMn Ktkin, ol Atlan- ors. They leaned aero Mr. nny talked to their neighbor, entire- avoid, if possible,0- the use of ta, Cn., and Mr. K. C. llarniinl. of and crop. -0 seed fron) the Wnshmglon, D. C, who have been ly disrestarding the warning looks of It is the "hit or miss" farmer who their teacher. Thi behavior conpending' a few day with MIm Jenchnnce of us and then the is willing to take the nie Duncan, returned Wednesday to tinued until noon ing such seed. Senior could be found in little Washington, D. C. Our advice i to sow the best seed group still talking unceasingly. An I.. Manuel and her guest. unfortunate of the lower grades had obtainable, for it is the cheapest nnd Mr. Mnry the audacity to inquire into the mat- best in the end. nnd take as little MltMo Fanny McClure nnd Itieh. of llerea nnd Mr. IV 11. Nunley ter ami was loftily advised to run risk a possible thi yenr. We must admit that we do not of Illchmond, were in Lexington Sat- along and play, nothing had happen urday for n visit with Mr. T. K. Ulch ed except thnt the long looked for know what caused the disease during at St. Joseph Hospital. ring of the Senior class had arrived the past year and hnve no theory ns really nnd truly they had arrived to how to prevent it except to use The Womnn' Club met Thurmlay and care in the selection of seed. heart-re- n afternoon nt the room on Lojtington after what had seemed n This disease did not appear in the lapse of avenue. The house wa enllud to or dering nnd ten weeks but the Seniors feel that ItJlli crop, nnd therefore we think der by Mr. W. M. Klliott nml after thnt the use of the seed from the the husine meeting the itev. Clnr they hove been well paid, for the HMD crop i safer than seed from the rinsr were satisfactory. ence Strother unte n splendid tnlk on 1920 crop. Un last Ihursday afternoon n the study of the Psalms. About It is quite likely that the seed from meeting was held and the baseball the 1919 crop is limited in quantity 17 member were present. team wns organized. Hamilton Cox the more Mr. Webb Faulkner, former (5nr wns elected Field Manager until Inter nnd therefore it become rardlle, but now living near llloom-iitKte- in the season when n caption will be important for the farmers who de Ind., ha been visiting friend elected. Much is expected of thi sire such seed to secure the neces is Webb "daffy" year's team. Let us hope that they snry quantities as soon . as possible here recently. about hi new hcation and a letter will hnve even more scores than our and before the supply is exhausted Among the well known nnd leadfrom him recently, enclliig hi re victorious foot ball team. ing brands of such seed which hn newal to the Kecerd, ay if any of Sophomore New,, been tested for a number of years hi friend In (Inrrnrd want to buy The sophomore Knglish class has in the Hurley district and well known ome real good farming Inml 'o just finished reading Shakespenr's throughout said section by the far write him. "Julius Cvnar," which wa much en- - mors, Is "Judy's Pride," produced Mw Sue Shelby Mason and Mr. joyod by the class. We will begin and sold by W. S. Judy Seed Com Hlllie Mason entertained Friday eve Tennyson's "Cldylls of the King" pony, Lexington, Ky., which has ning at their pretty home on Stan Wednesday and we hope this will made a business for n number of years of producing this well known ford avenue. Tho room were ile- - prove to be as interesting. : eoratisl with fern and spriiic ilow. Virginia Smith "dolled up" in and tested variety. era. Delicious ice and cake were Valentine rae In order to avoid any danger of Tuesday morning. contributing to the recurrence of sen'isl. Music by Mr. Hurry Tont- - (Wonder wnere she got them?) linson and olo by Mr. Chariot Doty The Sophomore cLts knew their rust this company burned nnd de weru n delightful feature of the eve- history loson Tuesday morning stroyed all the seed produced from ning. Thoo present were .Mr. ntii (something' unusual) and received so their 1910 crop which wns cultivated Mr. Harry Tomlinson, Mr. nnd Mr. many congratulation that they think solely for the purposu of semiring" .u.. i Luther Gibb, Mr. and Mr. J. II the) will try it again. Klmore, Mr. Stephen Walker, Mis They are now offering to the fnrm When James I. Watkins wns Sexton, Mim Heard, Mis Kutridgc, er only the seed produced from from school all last 'week, it wa their 1919 crop, of which they have .Mr. Hilly Miller. Mr. Sallle Uwon. Mr. Holbert llustin. Mr.. Charlie reported he had eloped. Hut to our only n limited quantity left. This Doty, Mr. Turner, Mr. Gins Carrier, astonifhment, James I. walked in the will go to the farmer in the nature Mi Ituth Carrier, MIsh Ilurrhett sehoel room Monday morning with- of "first aid," and gives them nn opportunity to avoid whatever risk or Katherine Warriner of out his bride. and Mi Some of the girls of the Sophomore Iom might resujt from rust nnd they Danville. c!nv came to school last week are offering1 this to the farmer. Mi Jonn Mount, who i now visi- "pufflo" and were passing to the This seed wn carefully grown nnd ting her Uter in Bowling1 Green U OeMr class room when Mr. lioyd saved from choice stalks only, nnd being quite royally entertainwl dur who wns standing' near, said, "lie tho farmers can rest assured that tho ing; her tny in that city. The fol- larefnl girls, don't rush so, you use of thU seed will reduce the dan lowing from I 'ark City New say: might knock your hair down." ger of. loss from rust to the miniMi Jonti Mount, of (.minister, K. mum. Grins And Groans. i who visiting her sister, Mr. Thom W. S. JUDY SEED COMPANY. Miss Sexton "Henry, tell me as M. Wilson in the St. Jame ApartEil S. Skervin, Ijincnitcr Agent. ment on West Chestnut street is be- what you know about the Mongolian 2- t. Advertisement.) ing royally entertained while in niccT" Henry i"I wasn't there; I went to Howling' Green, llridge luncheon The human tongue should ntovu at were given on Wednesday and Thurs- the foot ball game." a reasonable pace, but not at n gal. l0p- day afternoon by Mr. Frank Moore Kobinson Mis this "Consider and Mr. Guy II. Herdman, Saturday sentence and tell me how to punctuSome peeple object to a compliafternoon by Mr. Wilson and Mon- ate It. A lady was passing nlong inment. They wnnt compliment day afternoon by Mr. Klsa Koblee. the street smiling pleasantly stead. I This afternoon Mr. Hal Nicl Karl "How about. a dash nfter entertaining with a bridge luncheon It is quite true that work never the My." Mis for Mount. Several other kills some people. They never give luncheon will bu given during the Miss Heard "Sam what is a poly- it a chance. week. gon:" The biggest lib some people ever Sam "A dead parrot." tell is when they insist that they nre There Is only one thing thnt can where is always truthful. Mis Kliza "Lucille, spread faster than a piece of naughty Mexico" gouip. That is a naughtier one. There is much talk now of putting Lucille Stnpp "On page ten in smoking under a ban. Hut dont lose It Is quite proper to do the things the Geography." you like, but highly Improper to like heart entirely. The right to live has Luln "Did you hear about the not been prohibited. the things you should not do. Sliiglo Insertions 1c word ad taken for less than 20c In this column. No ads In this column charged. ATTENTION TOBACCO GROWERS Place Orders For Seven Insertions for the price of five. Phono orders must be paid promptly. 3 bacco Seed Now. New six FOlt SALE or ItKNT; room Ilungalow on Hnsclden Height W. H. Moss, Jr. .) 1 A lot of clover and FOR SAI.K; timothy hny. (mixed.) J. W. Klmore. LOST: On streets, pair of nose glasses in ensc. Howard to finder if brought to this office or W. M. Cor- nett. (It-rnl- .) FOlt ItKNT: Four nice rooms, furnished or unfurnished. Phone Mrs. Printus Walker. 817. Hiding Oliver Plow..- - 350.00; Oliver Walking Plows $18. Off; 3inch Megul wagon We sell $1.10.00. godos nt cost. J. It. Mount & Co. I am standing n Itegistered Jersey Hull, Hanging Fork. Itnlcigh No. 187,018 at $3.00. J. K. Sander Hubble,- - Ky. e, eon-ten- FOlt SAI.K: Orchard grass seed. First cl.iss, $11.00 per bushel. J. T. Anderson Ijincnster It. it Z. lt.-p- FOlt SAI.K: One pair of horse mules, three years old and one pair of mare mule two year old. Prico Normal, W. T. King FOR SAI.K: Good white oak fencing, gate slat, boxing nnd framing nny length desired. Mike Rogers, Lancaster, Ky. tt.pd) FARM WA N'f ED: Would like to ISO or 200 acres farm on shares. Have four steady boys and do our own work, bee or write J. A. Conn, Jr., Hox 77, Lancaster, Ky. rent FOR SALK: I offer for sale my well" bred Jack Caldwell. He I 5 year old, 16-- 3 hand high, black, with white, good breeder. Phone 32f-Clarence Henzley, R. F. D. No. 3, Lancaster, Ky. g For sale or exchange for well Improved farm: A house on Maple 10 rooms, Avenue in Danville, furnace, lights, water, gas, barn nnd other outbuildings and large lot. Georgia Anderson, Danville, Ky. 393 Maple Avenue. ROOMS FOR RENT: ONE large room for any kind of business, three adjoining same for light house keeping in Paint Lick. W. F. Parks; 503 East Main St., Richmond Ky. Get MALE HELP WANTED: busy, keep busy. I your job unsafe? Is it permanent? You want g n business. You can get into such a business, selling more than 1S7 Watkins products direct to farmer if you own Auto or team or can get one, if you give bond with personal sureties. We back you with big selling helps; 52 year in business; 20,000,000 users of our product. Write for information where you can get territory. J. R. WATKINS CO., Dept. Ill, Winona, Minn. life-lon- w-- a nb-Ko- nt Tobacco Publication Is Ready For Distribution Announcement has been made at the State College of Agriculture that Ilulletin No. 229 which is a preliminary report on the cost of producing tobacco in Kentucky is off the nre and ready for distribution to fnmrers of the State. The publication contains a number of tables nnd dis cussions on the cost of tobacco for 1920 and shows thnt it cost an av erage of 20 cents per pound to grow the crop in the Hurlev district and nn average of 17.2 cents per pound In the Dark Tobacco area. Authorities at tho Kxtieriment Station hnve stated that the nubli- cation muy be obtained free upon application. Once there was a time when a fel low would ask nothing better than n fortune Invested in government bond Now ho can hardly conceive of anything worse. 17-J- Railroads iJ the country are planning for a reduction in the wage scale. Prcsumbaly tho scheme is to beln at the bottom and forget to reach the top. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, Feb 17, 1921 rwtnwww BUCKEYE. rs"i PAINT LICK Our Methods 4 are Modern We do not hesitate to change the method of handling our accounting and other clerical work, if by o doing increased efficiency and economy will result. A large part of the work that once was done slowly and painstakingly by hand is now handled rapidly and with far greater accuracy by machines. A much larger working force than we now have would be required to handle our business if we still employed methods. We do not aim, however, to let the increased use of machines cause us to grow machine, In this like in dealing with our customers. respect we intend always to remain intensely human. h The Garrard Bank & Trust Co LANCASTER, KY. I ASK US ABOUT CLUBBING OFFERS OF I Courier Journal FOR 1921. SUBSCRIBE THROUGH US. McRobertsDrugStore Manse School Notes. (Dcleycd.) Little Tom Little started to school today. Soup Estridgc is very interested in n novel. May Little was in Lexington Sun day visiting. Miss Hammock was a visitor at our school today. Dimples Center was absent from school Friday. Pcnnie Bowling is still as fond of Latin as ever. Florence Halmer is still giggling as much as ever. Heed Anderson was absent from school Thursday. Benton Cornett is mail carrier on Lovers Lane for his brother. Pcnnie Howling was in Bcrea visiting her cousin, who Is in college. William Tudor is corresponding with an old friend of P. L. II. S. Peggy Ledford is going to school in Ashville, North Carolina, next year. William Tudor got to school on time Monday morning, something unusual. Morris and Harris Howling always see which can get to school the latest. Miss Mubel Hall, the assistant teacher, is sporting a new dress this 'week. time in the future. The Eighth Grade pupils are stud-in- g very hard, getting ready for County examination. There was a "Silver Tea" party given at the home of the principal, Mr. Knmsey Friday afternoon. The funds went to the starving Chinese. Smiles Chandler and Grins Ledford are still having to stay in after school on account of playing rook in time books. Everyone in school had their pictures taken Friday afternoon. Soup Estrldge and Pennic Bowling tried to escape but didn't succeed. It Is possible for wise men to become foolish, but the fool never lenves his class. Some Questions And Answers In School Examinations. What causes a fog? The night before. What do we import from Italy? Italians. Name two things we import from Africa. Ivory and Ivory Soap. What is u mountain range? A large cook stove. What is a vacuum? the Pope A large place where live Freckles Tudor, the league ball player, made several home runs this week. Topsie Chandler, who Is quite fond of reading is enjoying herself with a novel. The girls of Manse school arc going td get up ii sewing society some What is a blizxard? The insido of n hen. How would you kill a butterfly? Pinch hi borax. How did Franklin produce electricity? Hy rubbing a cat backwards. How can you keep milk from turning sour? Leave it in the cow. Sell In Lancaster THIS ADVICE WE WOULD GIVE ALL OUR TOBACCO GROWING FRIENDS AND CUSTOM-ERFOR WE THINK OUR MARKET IS AS GOOD AS ANY IN THE STATE. BE A BOOSTER AND STICK TO YOUR HOME MARKET. S, The National Bank S. C. DENNY, Cashier. ternoon. We will exchange field seeds for Mr. Edwin Walker, who is very corn at tha mark! price. Iludion fond of "beets" Is the bonder of Mr. and Farnau, ami Mrs. II. G. Woods. Mr. and Mrs. Hilly Cotton spent II J. Mesdnmes It. G. Woods, Mr. nnd Mrs. Noel In Sunday with Wnlkcr and T. H. Smith were In Madison county. Danville shopping Friday. May, n small non of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Todd are the Jasper May, who has been ill with proud parenta of n baby girl, born pneumonia is improving. Feb. 8th., christened Mary. Mr. and Mrs. Forest Curtis nnd Mr, nnd Mrs. G, M. Treadwny have family, of Bryantsvlllc were guests of Mr. Hiram Hay and family Mon returned from College Hill, where they attended church the week-enday Mrs. Fannie (tucker, of Hlchmond, Mrs. A. C. Miles, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Carter and son spent was a recent visitor of Mrs. Sarah Sunday with Mr and Mrs. Tilden Hucker and daughter, Miss Chastinc. Miss Anna Todd has returned Hoover, Miss Leila Price, of Richmond, is from Lexington, where she spent the here teaching the 7th. and 8th. pn.t week with friends and relatives. Mrs. W. C. Wynn has ns her guests grades at the Consolidated High School and has rooms with Prof, and this week Mrs. W. W. Cornett. Mrs. Mrs. Hobart Price. Wm. Hnleigh and children of Harlan. The "Silver Ten" nt the Presbyter-in- n BUCKEYE SCHOOL NOTES Manse church netted them almost on $30.00 for the Chinese Belief Fund. Mr. Price was in Mrs. D. II. Shepherd and two chilbusiness Friday afternoon. from scvral Miss Annie May is absent from dren have returned school to accompany her brother to months visit to her parents In Detroit, Mich. Lexington, Don! forget the class in Painting We are glad to have Miss Leila Price, of Hlchmond ns a member of and Interior Decorating on the afterat CONN noons of our faculty. BROS. Live and Lei LUa Folk. Misses Inez tand, Bessie Teater Mrs. Sknggs and wife, of the Bapnnd Jessie B. Hoy were absent from tist minister) at this place entertainschool Friday. ed the B. Y. P. I'. with a Vnlentine The pupils of the eighth grade are party Mondny night. not discouraged, but are trying to Mr. and Mrs. Woods Walker were grades on get ready to make better to see their in Danville Sunday the next examination. daughter, Miss Mary May, who was May, who has Mr. Clcmmon in the hospital at that place. been 111 for several weeks and is no The many friends of Miss Mary better, was takn to Lexington for May Walker will be glad to hear she medical treatment Monday. has returned from Danville, where Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Pieratt, Mr. she wa oprnted on last Friday, havMrs. Price nnd Miss Leila Price and had her tonsils removed. were delightfully entertained at the ing Mrs. Hurdette Hamsey entertained home of Miss Inez Hay Sunday. Epworth League of the Manse Preperations arc being made for the night of last week. programme to be given church Friday our patriotic Nice refreshments were served and Friday night. F.verybodv i Invited all enjoyed the evening very much. and we will be pleased to sec a good Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Anderson, audience. girls will be compelled to Miss Nannie Campbell, Mr. Snm The Mr. H. N. Beazlcy and son, bring another comb to school, be Campbell, Sam, were among the crowd who atcause the meddlesome little boys, El- tended the burial of Mr. John Walkmer, Amon, etc., accident!)' broke the er Ballard in Hlchmond. one they have been using. NOTICE: All Ex. Service men of The pupils of Miss Hay's and Mis. Lick community are asked May's rooms are enjoying a "Vnlen- - the Paint and urgently invited to inert In The "Eighth Graders" Paint Lick Saturday afternoon at nnd High School pupils are too lazy 3:30 P. M. for the purpose of oror busy to make a box, so they won't ganizing a POST of the AM EH I CAN give or receive many valentines. LEGION. We the following legion-aire- s Hoy C. is heartless .but Is able to nak that you please be present study Latin today. On an unusual and allow as the pleasure of explainoccasion, happening Sunday after- ing the AMERICAN LEGION. noon, he remarked that his heart was SIGNED Franklin M. Davidson in his mouth. He was asked to spit Lee Ledford. it out, so he did, as he always does Hoy Estridge. what he Is asked to do. Willie P. Hogers. All members of the Sewing Club Chas .A. PrultL are rather cnthushistic with their work, and are anxious for WednesPAINT LICK HIGH SCHOOL day to come again. The boys, wc NOTES. think, will be ready to Join the Poul try Club, etc., as they want to "keep We are nil going to be repaired up" with the girls. at onco as Miss Westorcr thinks it best. BOURNE Skiney Hall spent Tuesday night Mrs. G. W. Thompson is quite ill. with Pnt Ledford. Mr. John Vanderpool is visiting Bobby Hamsey was abwnt from his son, Husscil Vanderpool. school Wednesday as she was sick. Miss Lou Ella Doolin was the week Chip Spillman still remains silent end guest of Miss Ida Speake. ns to who her future parents shall anil family be. Mrs. Millard Hamm were recent visitors of Mr. John Ike and Mike, the Jennings twins Hamm. are still on the war path. Mr. Herbert Doolin spent the week Hodney Balaton says he is tired of end In Lancaster, the guest of Emery his own cooking. Turner. We ore all sorry Miss Westover Try a aack of Obalitk Flour today. does not like our school. Hope she vrt delivar In town. Hudson and will like it better when more acFarnau. quainted with the place. Miss Martho Curtis is visiting her Pay Prewttt started to school Mongrand-mothein Richmond, who Is day, having fully recovered from on quite ill. operation. Mrs. C. S. Hughes has returned Our pictures enmo in Monday. from a visit to her son, Jnmes We all look like scarecrows. Hughes in Valley View, Ky. Betz Hester Is absent from school Mr. Lowny Speakc's family arc today. We wonder if she has the utmost well and are out again after mumps. a severe attack of sickness. Tag Arnold Is reading Caesar us if NOTICE: All Ex. Service men of to save her life. this community are urgently usked Madie Hammnck spent Wednesday and invited to be present at the night with Pete Ledford. American Legion Meeting to be held "Smila The While." in BHYANTSVILLE, KY., SATUIl-DAJessie Mae Marie, you look palo The NIGHT at 7:30 P. M. purpose of this meeting is to or- this morning. What ran be the mat ganize a POST In this end of Gar- ter?" Marie "Oh an operation has been rard County nnd we sincerely hope that you will use every effort to suggested." Jessie Mae "Marie I What do you be present. Andy Crouchorn mean?" Signed Marie "Well I heard this Mark Jennings. my Latin lessons are to be cut Fred Sutton Mr. Hubert Carter was In RichMr. John White is on the sick list. mond Tuesday. Mr. II. 11. Gilbert was n visitor In is Miss Pierce, of Bryantsvlllc, Lexington Saturday, visiting Mrs. Walter Grow. Several of the young people In nnd Mr. Jasper Noel, of Madison, visitaround Paint Lick have the mumps. Sun-daed Mrs. Lorn Noel and family cant Seed Maal, I ha cheap, 43 for cattla, Hudson A Farnau att Mr. Curtis Pierce visited Mr. Joe Pierce and family ot Bryantsvlllc re- t Mrs. J. T. Thompson Is visiting 'her daughter, Mrs. W, C Haley, In cently. Mrs, Heather liny spent lnt week Herea. Mr. Marris Todd ami MI Edna in Madison County with her mother, Underwood were at home Sunday afMrs. Wiley. y. Keep Your. Blood Pure Nature Will Do the Rest Did you know that ninety per cent of all human ailments depend upon tho condition of your blood? Nature gives her warnings In va. rlout unmlitnkablo wars, so that when the Appetite falls, and you become- wcok nnd listless and a genn eral condition seems to take possession of tho whole body, it Is an unfailing sign that Impurities will steadily accumulate until your general health will bo serl- run-dow- fd pr and gives new strrngth and vi tallty. Write, for free literature and medical advice to Chief Medea I Adviser, 153 Swift Laboratory, Atlanta. Go, very promptly cleansing out the system, and keeping tho blood supply pure and robust. Get n Lottlo of S. S. 8. at your drugstore today, and nolo how promptly It builds up the appetite ously affected. You should recognize the Importance, therefore, of J'ic To Our Friends and Customers LANCASTER HAS AS GOOD TOBACCO MARKET AS THERE IS IN THE STATE OF KENTUCKY AND WE WOULD ADVISE YOU TO STAND BY YOUR HOMK COUNTY AND SELL YOUR TOBACCO ON THE LANCASTER MAR-KE- d T. CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK. OF LANCASTER KENTUCKY. L. C. DAVIDSON, Cashier. Corner Public Square and Danville Street. CAPITOL $50,000.00 SURPLUS S60.000.00 WF. STRIVE TO SERVE. out." Mr: Gilbert "Where this morning!" Klchard "Why, he H Lowell for them to decide Mr. Gilbert "What case: Hichard "Small Pox." I would not spend so much time in that Luther beauty parlor." Iva "Linda, he's married." waiting In FLAT WOODS his case." (Deleyenl.) kind if is Ellis 1MI is In Klehmoiid en bus. Herbert was heard remark I wish .Mr. Mlnlfee McQuerrey U improv had lived in the time of Caesar. ing. Some one asked why. His reply- Willie Vernon Tatuni is some betwas Well I would not have to worter at this writing. ry over him now. Mr. W. D. Thompson is with hi Mr. Long "Helen, have you and laughter, .Mrs. J. M. Bell. Iva started your conversation?" Mr nnd Mrs. Conn Tuder are the Helen (starting home) Mr. Long proud parents of a baby girl. have you my rubbers?" Mr. Newel MeQuerry h sutfertng Mr. Long "No Helen, they are with n badly sprained knee. loo large for me." Misrs Mar)' and Allt Mae Bell know Mr. Long "Do you the were visitors In last week. names of those rlouds?" Mrs. Moberly died last Friday at Burdetta (looking out the win the home of her daughter, Mrs. John dow) "Why, Mr. I.ong, it's raining. Andersen. Mr. Gilbert "Emma, when should Mr. Burt Hnnimack has been nulla s. potatoes be harvested?" sick for the kist few days with Emma "When they're ripe." Mr. W. P. Hoger. our mall carMr. Long "Helen, what'a the rier on this route, preached his llrst name of the novel you're reading?" Methodist-chHelen (looking up) "Scotts Etc- - sermon last Sunday at the urch at Paint Lick. His scr- mentary Latin." - was Interesting and was enjoypresent. Jessie Mae Noting the hole in ed by all who Marie's blocking "Marie you have a It la estimated that there are about letter In the Post office." Marie "How do you know?" four million men in this country out William promised me, he would not of employment, but country editors are not included. The income of the tell the next time he wrote." news gatherer may decresase, but Mr. Unr "Girls, I wish you nevr his hours of toil ton-stlltl- lir.. tinc-Box- ." Old Reliable KELLEYS Improved Burley TOBACCO SEED. "BEST BY TEST" No "runt," "wild fire" or any other disease on our farms this or any other year, and we maintain our usual high standard for our seed. No need of any high sounding ad, just ask any of the thousands of growers about "Keiiey Seed." Every pnekngo safeguarded hy copyrighted trademark, and none genuine unless in package bearing our copyrighted signature. Price $2.00 per 28.00 per pound. ounce. Y KffUund la V 8. PslnlOBc. ' Address all orders to B. L. Kelleu & Sons Liicaiter, Kentucky. . The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Feb 17, 1921 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 J OFFER YOUR OW GRADES OR DAMAGED TOBACCOS. THERE IS NO MARKET FOR IT. PLANTERS AND GROWERS TOBACCO WAREHOUSE CO STANFORD STREET. W. A. SPEITH, Manager. Incorporated JAKE GRAW, Starter. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. JOE KELLEY Floor Manager. GUNNS CHAPEL , corn at tha markat pricr. Iludton of Mr. J. L Ynntis. Mrs. C It. Henry and two children and Farnau. Mrs. Tnlton May Is very HI. s left Wednesday for a visit to Mr. and Mr. nnd Mrs. Klbert l'reston and Miss Hculah Yater tit visiting Mr. and Mr. Simpson were guests Mrs. It. H. Ward, of Madison county. children were the guests Friday of in Stanford. of relatives here part of last week. Mr. John Sutton and sister, Mis Mr. and Mm. W. M. I.nnc. .Mr. llnrry I). Rice spent Sunday spent Mr. John Land and son Mr. nnd Mrs. Marshall Kayburn Fannie of the Crab Orchard road with Lexington friend. .pent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Wm. were guests Sunday of her parents, Tuesday night with Mrs. Harvey MIm Fnnnle Mcrldn spent Sunday Tenter. Mr. nnd Mrs. James Fottcr. Sutton. Anna Unborn. with Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Hay spent Miss Horn Lee HulTmnn returned Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Scott and son, Mr. Joe Prother was In Richmond Tom .Ward hnmU Saturday after several months Sundny with Mr. nnd Mrs. Louis Hilly Ilrown, Messrs. week on business. the past Monday in stay with her uncle, Mr. Calvin anil (!ene Scott spent Mr. Jim Ilenlley left for Somerset Lexington. Lond Whila Sweat Clover, Red Hlnck, of Irvine. Sntunlny, uhere he will locute. Wm. Clover, Altike, Timothy seed. Hud Sim Clnrk nnd Mesdame Mr. and Mr. Tom Doolin and Mr. Willtnm Griggs I improving daughter. Flora and Cora, were Lane and Mr. Simmie Clark spent the on and Farnau. Miss Iva Hollon spent Monday after a severe spell of the grip. Sunday visitor of Mr. nnda Mr. day Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. night with Mrs. Jesse Hill and Tues-iln- v James Thomas. Mrs. Olliv Graham and baby visit-e- d Oscar I wis. nlpht with Mrs. I.ur.n Foster. daughter Mrs. Nannie Hay nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. Guy Davidson and Mrs. Milton Ward Thursday. Ilat-stu- i, Master Clemmon May was taken entertained Tuesdny evening two sons, Mr. and Mrs. It. it. Mr. J. 1. Foley was a dinner jruest Sim Clark, Harrison Kay and . to Lancaster one day Inst week to of Merc Sunday afof Mr and Mrs. Henry Tut-tiThursday picture made of his ternoon visitor of Mr and Mrs. Wm. John Yater nnd Misses Maud Yater have an inflected leg nnd arm. and Agnes Hay, Sutton. Mr. and Mrs. Sparks moved ThursI Mr. and Mr. Henry Teater, Mr. Mr. nnd Mrs. Alfred I'oynter had day from Judson to the Sanders ami Mrs. Hobart Tenter nnd Mr. for their Sunday visitors, Mr. and furni. Hugh Noel were shoppers In Letfing Mrs. Green I'oynter ami family, of Mines Lucy and Nellie Turner Lincoln, Mr. nnd Mr. Wm. ton recently, were Sunday visitor of the Misses nnd son, Klzn and daughters, Mise Kldd. Flonnle Mae and Savanah and Mr. MT. HEBRON Mrs, James Yuntss was n visitor and Mr. Kdd Kurtz. r. The sick of this community are Tuesday of .Mrs. J. T. Kuncy, of "l was weak and convalescing. relatra Mrs. Hula Ilurnctt. of Mrs. Inez Hains sold to Mr. J. 11. W will furntih hemp seed and Dalton, G.i. "I was thin and Dean a mnre, price $90. contract for your hemp. Hudson Just felt tired, all tho time. For Expectant Mothers and Farnau. Tatted Seed Oati. Iludion and I didn't rest well. I wasn't Farnau. Mr. and Mrs. John White were I knew, by over hungry. Twke Generations ! visitor Tuesday of Mr .ami Mrs. ttti svootif t MfMttMOOO Mr. Irvine Dean sold to Mr. Clint this, I needed a tonic, and im Mtv rtt A turn 4. c. James Mare. as there is none better than DuvnitA Rtwuioa Co OirT. Preston recently a horse price J 100. MIm t'arri Yator spent the week Genuine Vulcan Plow points and a. a. end at Talert.vilte with Mr. and Mrs. Repairs at CONN UROS. JUDSON Robert Yater. .Misses Kvu Merrimnn and Kmma Mrs. Luther Smith Is improving Mr. and Mr. John Prlchette, of Holtzcluw were in Danville Saturday. Stanford, weru quests of Mr. and slowly. Mrs. F. W, Montgomery is with Mrs. Ilunry Yater. spent Sunday with Mr. Wm. her daughter, Mrs. Steve Walker Master Hubert I'oynter of Stan- Mr. 11. M. Une. near Lancaster. ford was the guest Tuesday night of Mr. nnd Mr.. Charlie llulfmnn Mr, J. 11. Denn sold to Mr. Joe Herbert Prother. were guests Sunday of Mrs. W. U Mursee ome hogs at 10c per pound Mr. and Mm. Wm. Kinder and Adams. nnd n mare, price $00. . , . I beRan using Cardul," baby were recent visitors of Mr. and Mr. nnd Mrs. Tom Pollard were Mrs. W, S. Howling wns called to continued Mrs. Ilurnctt. .Mrs. Mlley lleaxley. -guosts Sunday of Mr. and Mr. Hun Richmond Sundny by the illness of After my first bottle, I slept Mr. Win. Wulker, who was the A Id ridge. her father, Mr. Laugston. better, and ate better. I took victim of tho scarlet fever ull lust Mrs. I U Matthew spent the day four bottles. Now I'm well, Mrs. Mary A. Sanders and Miss week has recovered. Sunday with her sister, Mr. Wm. feel Jiut fine, cat and sleep, Margie Warren were guests of Mrs. my skin Is clear and I haro Mr. n ml Mrs. J. 1. Foley were en- Simpson. II. It. Montgomery Friday, gained and sum feel that tertained Sunday at the home of Mr. Mr nnd Mrs Hugh' Simpson were Mr, and Mrs. Hamlet Jennings nnd Cardul la tho best tonic ever and Mrs. Joe Turner. guest Sundny of Mr and Mr. Robt. daughter and son were with his parMr. Wm. llenzley mid little daugh-tc- r, Simpson. ents, near Wilmore Sunday. of other women Willie Mae, have returned to Mr and Mrs. James Thomas spent Duncan, of Mr. and Mrs. Sam . Jmo found Cardul Just as their home at Somrset. Sunday night with Mr. and Mrs. llurgin, were with Mr. nnd Mr. should Mrs. Uuruutt did. It Mrs. I'ntleiico Prlchette, of Lincoln Sim Clark. Krnest Montgomery a part of last help you. after n visit with Mr. and Mrs. Yater MIm Dora Lee Huffman was the week. At all drujsliU. returned home Sunday. pleasant guest Sunday of Mrs. AusMr. Marrion Montgomery was In Mrs. Wm. Kinder and llttlo son, tin Illack. Danville Saturday to see her sistor, Ruben Harris were Wednesday W will exchange (laid seads for Miss Mattle Coulter, who was oper-- 1 GUY. guest rein-tivr- l.u Mcs-dan- ie 1 e. y ateil on at the hospital there last G. Preston In Lancaster. week. Miss Coulter is doing nicely. Mr .and Mrs. Cronlcy Hardwick The infant child of Mr. nnd Mrs. (pent n few days recently with Mr. nnd Mrs. L. L. Matthew. Hatfield of Orchard drove wns Mr. nnd Mrs. Ike Duncan nnd chilin Mt. Hebron cemetery Sundny morning at 11 o'clock. Much dren spent Sundny with Mr. nnd Mrs. sympathy Is extended the berenved U. G. Preston in Lancaster. parents. Mr. and Mr. Ike Duncan nnd little son, Paul, spent Sunday night POOR RIDGE. with Mr. and Mrs. R. II. Preston. Mr. nnd Mrs. Newton Grow and ill. Mr. Cleo Ray is .Mr. Hrack Grow spent Sundny with Hay spent Saturday Mr. nnd Mr. Mr. Ligc llolton. night with Mr. Cleo Ray. Mr. nnd Mrs. Luke Nnylor and Mrs R. II. Preston and children children, were visitor of Mr. nnd spent Monday with Mrs Ike Duncan. Mrs. W. M. Mntthcw Saturday and Grow, of Tcxns. is Sundny. Mr. Hrack visiting Mr. nnd Mrs. Newton Grow.! Mr. nnd Mrs. Charlie Mc.Millian Several from this vicinity were in spent Saturday night and Sunday Lexington Monday with their tobac- with Mr. nnd Mrs. Bradford Jee Hur-dett- e. I.nn-easte- MOTIIlMlUrcNI) rt f co. .MIm Agnes Simpson spent one day Mr. and Mrs. Holbart Grow, of recently with her sister, Mrs. Kdd Marksbury, were guest of her parMobcrly. ents Mr nnd Mr. Ligc llolton Sutur- Master Fred Hill spent Sundny 'day night nnd Sunday. night with hi sister, Mrs. Dillardj ... i ,K3 Tired Simpson. . " .... 7 .n.. rL m, , 9 Mr. Caleb Johnson was the afternoon guest of Mrs. Walker Hurdette Isei Iy Sunday. Mrs. Wm. Mntthew and daughter, Mlw Arleigh spent Friday with Mrs. James Mntthew. Missos Maggie 11 nnd Penrl Hurt were recent visitors of relatives In X n s a. H 5 CAR Dill Jeasamine county. The Woman's Tonic Metr. Ralph Preston nnd Klmer nay were guesia ui .nr. i wrvnr inker Saturday night. Miss llallie R. Duncan spent n few dny recently with her nunt, Mr. I. J i. nii-aV- H 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. Everything .for tho orphan!. -. 1111(1 garden. No UK'Ollt.S. H F HILLENMEYER & SONS Lexington, Ky. I I Manleyand Wilson SHOE HOSPITAL TE IIHMNHHI SHOE REPAIRING ! All work done by Electrical Machinery and all work guaranteed. GIVE US A CALL. WE MAKE NEW SHOES OUT OF OLD ONES. Richmond street next to Poynters Ttore. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday Feb 17, 92 1 1 Arrangement for entertaining The American Legion of the locnl thousnnd of delegate to the third 0,t ,0, .15 Is rapidly renewing the annunl convention of the American member for 1021 and alio getting Legion, which will be held October many new member 3 1st., November 1st. and 'Jnil., this; The two Sub-I'o- n will mert in year in Knnsa City, Mo are being Paint Lick and llryantsville next We have a choice line of No. One Timothy made by Legion post of that city Saturday nfternoon and night to I among complete their organizations In the and state. Marshall Foch Seed which we will sell at a cheap price for the distinguished guest expected by county. The members of the Legionnaires. The corner stone for lll'IDAL SANFOKD cash. POST hope Knna City' x $2,000,000 Liberty that all MKN of these Memorial Iluildlng to four hundred two communities will attend their Co I men of that city who gave their lives meeting and lend an assisting hand during ;he war will bc laid during n helping their PosU "GO OVKIt 'the convention. TIIK TOP" in this membership drive. The dues for this Pott are fixed tit In harmony with tlje policy adoptOLIVER CHILLED ed by the American Legion nt its lnt J2..10 per oar for Post, State and nnticnal convention "for Immediate Nntionnl dues, lets let (SAKHA III) And MAKES confirmation and legalization of the COl'NTY have the largest POST In Hill Illy Roy K M.mlton) policy that foreign born Japcncse the State Try to nttend these meetSEASON LOANS. ing SATURDAY. shall be forever barred from Amerithat My grandpa wore whiskers The American Legion of Post Plow Points of All Kinds and Repairs. can rititenshlp," the legislative comreach to hi waist mittee of the Legion' Nebraska de Heidnl Sanford No. .15 will incqt in Period Borrows My grandpa wm wrinkled and sert- Tl'KSDAY NIGHT, One partment is supporting the passage1 LANCASTKK Collars, Pads, Bridles, Back Bands, mis.facrd. of an alien land bill in the state MARCH 1st. 1U21 nt 7:30 P. M., in He walked with a steep and a shuffle From I legislature. It is said that Legion the I. O. O. F. Hall over Currey and Trace Chains, Etc. was his, member in other western stata will Gulley' Grocery. For he nlwny rttmphilncd jf "the Thi will end the campaign for push similar legislation. To Keep We are well prepared to take care of dam rheumatism" "Times do change," said J. M. Gnrrnrd County ,and may we not ask your wants for the spring work and are He smoketl n cob pipe that was aniall j Miller, an American Legion member that all who have not paid their Books I ent ami strong. of Kochester, Minn., when he visited due for this year mall your check reducing prices on many things that you will n steep He was snaring at eight now to Wm. F. Miller, I.incnitcr, I1IKDS EARLY THIS YEAR. hi wnr time comrade, need. Come in and be convinced. he was long. Collins, now lieutenant governor of Ky., F. M. Davidson. Paint Lick, Ky. or Andy Crouchorn llryantsville, Ky. Minnesota. Nature has a way of keeping its My grandma knit and sat by the fire. or C, M. Thompson, Adj., LancasI aw the little cor"Thc last time accounts straight. As straight ami as the Hapttt eburc ter, Kentucky. poral, (referring to the lieutenant spire. Records at the Louisville office of governor) was in France nnd he was the Weather llureau show that In the Her hair wimi in ringlet; she wre a covered all over with cootie and In Sell your Tobacco on the Lancaster Market. lace cap. matter of temperature 'during the Now, look at him presiding mud. last year it ha borrowed from one A mountain of daring reHisel in her bunch of dignified senator." over a United season to add to another season. lap. The two men were corporals in the Since March 1, 1920 until recently When grandpa was not feeling ijulte DECEMUER 3Wt.. 1920. same batter)' of the Itainbow Divthere was no deficiency in temperaat hi bet Cows ision in France. Need Under-Fe- d Kentucky tures, although winter began with a She made him yarb tea nnd she (Automobile Industries.) A Itouquet of (lowers from Presij greased up Ills chest. deficiency of more th.in 200 degree. Costly Milk New York dent Wilson every day helped bring 051,700 Efficiency. March, April and May. of 1920. Wills Hawks, Commander of the S. Ohio G10.S00 wt re slightly in exces of normal. Now grandpa ami grnmlma g out ! d and Itnnkin Drew Post No. 340 of the Pensylvnnanla Cow. that are 570,104 June nveraged 2dcgrecs below nor every night the principle of efficiency is ! That ,c ,0 ,,roducc ,mait quanitles of American Legion in New York City CaHfornln 5i'.H,S02 mal, July almost two degrees below T some cabaret or a rinMc ftght. jut a Important In the n"na- - miik, protUce that milk at n high cost, buck to health when he was sudden- Illnok 508.750 the mean for fifty years. My grandpa' dress suit like the wallwent of a farm ns in the manege- - j 137,300 ttatcmenl of prof. j , j. Hooper, ly taken down with inflammatory Iwn paper set. i by way of contrast, Septem statement t hcn(, of thc ,)n,ry Department of the rheumatism during a visit to Wash- - Texas Then the mcnt of a factory 127,03 1 ber jumped above normal. October And he dances the fax trH and of W. D. Nicholls, head of thc Frm j StnU, College of Agriculture. Kx. ington. Michigan ..4TJ.717 was 4.1 degrees too wnrm and No smoke cigarette. Management Department of the. 1... .1...h...... "To prevent rich investors from Indkinia 332,707 " v) .inpiriiiiviivB We vember was the coldest In eight My grandma's mareelted, awl ith S tate College of Agriculture. Kentucky dairy herds show ' evading their share of the tax bur MutcJwtt on various 304,031 drive her own car, year with an average of 44.8 de large corporations using incrcsascd that n great increase in milk produc den," n tax on the interest of alt MIsseurl 206.817 grees, compared with the normal of And her skirt are a short us her effort In increasing the output of tion may often be brought about by state, county and city bonds is fav- Wisconsin 293.20S 40.4. granddaughter' are. their plant and even employing better methods of feeding. Many ored by Tiger Post No. 'J3 of the Kansas ".05,300 Old age i and has efficiency expert to eliminate sources cow are fed on corn meal and corn American Legion in New York, New Jersey Then when the real winter season 220,45,. pnMiii away. of waste Kentucky farmers can well. . opened, warm wave after warm wave nn. ,htl, to ro. which passed a resolution nuking Nebraska 223.000 You wouldn't know grandpa and afford to give considerable thought (lufe l)eJr muximum flow of mitk, Congres to enact u law to that ef-- j Oklahoma 204,300 kept frost and! ice on the run. Degrandma today to trie improvement 01 meir larmingi ppnrilin Georgia 144.122 cember was slightly above normal. iw. .Hooncr.. Milk is feet. . methods, said Mr. Nicholls, January was more than 3 degree The sight of prisoner in the State North Carolina 14O.S0O most economically prouueeu wnen me Daviess In discussing thc problem of In cow is most productive. Keformatory at Monroe, Wash., in Virginia 134,000 above normal ami February has leen creasing the efficiency on the farm averaging more than 7 degrees a day A standard grain mixture that has olive drab uniform caused Thomas Colorado 12H,'JG1 during the coming year, Prof. Work. been used with good results by the N. Swale, Commander of thc Ameri- - South Dakota 122.000 excess of heat. Nicholls aid. "The wise Kentucky State College of Agriculture and by can Legion of that state ,to register Connecticut The unusual winter ha caused the 119,134 farmer will repair thc sagging gate Farmer of Daviess county cofnrmer of Kentuckv it made a strong protest. The uniforms, It Kentucky 112,085 appearance of spring birds during a gate!up of or replace the set of bars with Whether operating with County Agent J. W. of corn n,caJi two was said, were used as prison grabj Maryland 105,000 the la.it week in January. foJr Jmrts -in order to save time and energy atimrts of whoat bran anJ two parts on account of their low cost. The Oregon 103,700 this is a sure sign of no more cold Whitrhouse have arranged their plan each entrance and exit." The fire-lo- f ornithologist of county project for the coming mlxed by practice will probably be discontinu- Tennes-K-co(ton iceJ mea, 101.S52 weather no amateur wood should be placed where it canwci(;ht anJ a poum, of (he mlxture ed. year and will carry on five major ? South Carolina 02,818 would venture an opinion. , be secured with the smallest numberi .., Remembering A. W. O. L. days In Noith Dakota fnr .ru ,1,.,.,, . one said that thc instinct of line of work acconiinr to a report 90,840 paths to the three and of steps and round-abopounds of milk France, American Legion members West Virginia f 78,802 the feathered tribe seldom lead is of Mr Whitehouse. These Include barn done away with. Ind., rescued a soldier, Mabama 74,037 astray and that though cold weather the care of the home orchard, a camthat she produced In a day. In adProper planning of the barn Is an dition to this thc ninmul should be who was thrown off a train while try- Louisania tir,, 000 may be In store, tbat it would not be paign to put 500 acre of toybcan in important factor in Increasing thc supplied with 10 to IS pounds of ing to beat his way back to Camp Minnesota the county this year, campaign, to 04,312 severe. farm efficiency. The silo should be tiilengc each day. Pike, Ajk., before the expiration of Mississippi t,0OO The "borrowing" habit of nature have people In the outer edges of th placed as close as possible to the 02,907 show plainly in figures supplied by county to raise pure bred poultry, a That this ration is a satisfactory hi furlough. The post lent him Maine railroad fare and he resumed his Montana . 00,040 the bureau. From last March until continuation of the work on cost ' "ne ' how" b' h,c .u "J1 built above the feeding chute. Arkansas 69,082 the middel of February the tempera- account of tobacco, com and tomato journey on the cushions. feeding Dairyman can save many steps by I v been obtained During Argonne days, "Hobby" Florida 57,000 tures have been In the aggregate toes and a campaign to enroll 600 Kentucky cows. Members of the placing the dairy house as near the worked hard for the Hoches. Toduy Iduho 59.750 about normal, despite the fart of an members in the junior agricultural thc barn as possible. Water should be various dairy associations over 60,375 unusually cold summer and an un- dab. State have also found that by elimin- - he is mascot of Argonne Post of the Rhode Island minnf (nnl- - fin it tI tin (I tn 1 42.004 usually warm winter. low producing cow, American Legion at Galveston, Tex- Utah kitchen thus saving thc nousewifetnKsome of the 34,(580 The Rtal "Mothtr Coom." The annual mean temperature nnd giving their feed to the remaining as. "Hobby" is n German police dog New Hampshire many unnecessary steps, said Mr, "Mother Goo" Mas a rhartc-tt- r. 34,659 shows this conclusively. For forty- animals that thc profit from the herd who was taken prisoner by a Galves-to- n Arizona Nicholls. sod uot an Imaginary prron( soldier of the Fourth Division Vermont 31,025 eignt year this mean temperature i has been increased. Another factor which is important 23,920 ha been 50.0 dtgrcs. During that is has been supNseU Her msldtn In order to assist farmers of the before he could deliver an order for Wyoming n increasing the farm efficiency 22,109 time the highest annual mean was ssine was Ktltatwtli Putter and sha fce(linK of their blowing up the position hi captor New Mexico Sta,e n thc bctter wss bum In 100.1. She married Isaac the proper shape of fields. were occupying. Delaware 18,300 69 degrees in 1881 anil the lowest Ooo.ve In 1K3 y dairy cattle thc State College of and a few jesrs later shaped fields may be remedied Ills name was Jacob Teinowitz. Nevada 10,404 53.0 degrees In 1917. Courier Jour- became, a member of the (Hit South cuUurc ,M prepaw, circular No. 05 l.y removing unnecessary fence, thus District of Columbia 9,712 nal. church, Huston. .She illiil In 1757, numlu.r of raton, nm, Now it is Jacob Legion Tenny, whch jvog making it possible to practice econ- he thought it wnl a more years. The Orst ediseed ninety-twto bc con,wed in feeinB. my in cultivation and do fajter -- ..8,887,572 Total A clean town may not caum; undue tion of her snngv, whlrh were be obtalnci frcc b. American name. Tenny, who is sung work. Urge rectangular field, are Th circulurKscperiment Slatlon, t.cx. her and American director of ,hc comment, but a dirty one invariably publish! Into 1710 rramlt'hllilren, was wM by her son more economical for working than, . Walter S. Poague Post No. 101 of " come in for a bunch of advertising. TUinns Klevt. mall one or these thut are triangu- the American Legion, of Chicago, of. NOTICK: All Kx. Service men of lar or square in shape. And incidentally, it is comforting fically changed his name to honor to know that the balmy days of spring the Legion and to prove that he was this community arc urgently asked all American. He Is a lawyer who and Invited to be present at thc It is a sad commentary upon pat- - J will be balmy. American legion Meeting to bc held Tiotism when we see people who take! served overseas. Returning doughboy .weary with in HRYANTSVILI.K, KY., SATUR n active interest in Kuropenn affairs I Time was when we could buy a Tho and yet who cunnot bring themselves oien fresh eggs for ten cents, but thc once canned salmon, DAY NIGHT at 7:30 P. M. to the point of going to thc polls and now any self respecting hen want have influenced their families to purpose of thi meeting Is to or voting in a home election. that much for a cackle. ccuie eating it, according to a letter ganlze a POST In this end of Gar to the American Legion Weekly from rard County and we sincerely hope a Seattle Legionnaire, who state that you will uio every effort to that there are millions M dollars be present. Signed Andy Crouchorn worth of "gold fish" in warehouses RAILROAD & NASHVILLE LOUISVILLE Jennings, Murk along thc Pacific const, Thc writ' FOR YOUR LITTLE GIRL YOU HAVE A Fred Sutton. or ran upon men to re Announces sume eating the sea food to boost .n LOYD industry "which provides employ ment for several thousand veterans Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ray and famof the World war.' The Vermont Department of the ily spcnV Sunday with Mr. ami Mrs. EFFECTIVE FEBRUARY, 20th. American Legion leads in the pro J. D. Roy. of any of the following numbers. portion of Legion members to the Mrs. Walker of Lancuster spent Early morning train for Richmond nnd Cincin men number of in the the week with her daughter Mrs. state, according to records at Nn Klrby Teatvr. You will find number on plate below nati will leave Lancaster at 4:57 A M. except Suntional Headquarters. North Dakota bobbin winder.) chnsj Field W will lor has tho second largest proportion day, instead of 4:40 A. M., running direct through prlca. lludion and South Dakota the third. New corn at tli mark! Richmond, Winchester and Paris. York, Illinois and Pennsylvania are and Fsrnau. thc first three states In total mem Fred Snyder nnd Abncr Ray of Afternoon train for Stanford will leave at 1:50 bcrship and number of posts. this nlace attended court day at Tho mllege of William L. Harris Stanford Monday. P. M. instead of 2:05 P. M. Post of the American Legion at Hos Mr. and Mrs. Klrby Tester and ton, Mass., Is probably as large as sons, J. L. and Hogan, were In LanNight train for Stanford will leave at 9:12 P. M. organization, for It Is any Legion Write caster, visiting Sunday. instead of 10:02 P. M. (except Sunday.) composed entirely of mail carriers Mrs. William Roy Intertained Mrs. and postal employes. Stwis.1 Machint Csmsasy For further or detailed information, apply to local William P. Cary, first vice com Harris Tenter and son Monday and Dan-ill- e. Kentucky. LI da mander of the California Depart Mrs. L. - Matthew and Misses ticket agent. ,7 Legion, has Mae and Alice Kay in tho afternoon. ment of the American I American Legion Newi,w" PP'ntdnudrVS court I "up'rior TIMOTHY SEED SEE OUR LINE OF SiffiT Garrard and Lincoln Produce Grandpa I PLOWS I Syracuse Side and Land Plows NATURE Grandma ' Temperature Another Straight. fr Goodloe & Walker Bros Farms Factory Cars And Trucks States Are Plants. I under-nourishe- , .i,. ... Farmers Plan Year's e How-ever- one-hal- ....... ... ..... .. ........ .. 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