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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): September 1, 1921 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1921 cen1921090101_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): September 1, 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. TRimUKOM Tf LANCASTER, KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON. SEPTEMBER I. 1921. NON-GROWER- Nuaiift 32. JULY SALES CLARENCE E. WOODS For North Carolina bacco Low Recalls Pleasunt Memories Of Former LanAVERAGE $7.54. To- castrians. Hands Httghet Boee,et. Farra Jehu attd Florida, but temporarily vacating at Crab Orchard Spring, and former newspaper man and exceedingly popular with the Kentucky Ires, so much so he wa made a life member ociatlon, ha written the by the Record the following letter, which we are pleated to publith. knowing that our patron will read it with eager Hon. Clarence K. Woods, of Kus-t- lntcret; Crab Orchard, Ky.. Aug 2(5, ll2I. Editor Kecord Item about Jamet Henderson llurdett. In your lust Issue awakent pteassnt memories of dear Sam llurdett. whote writing I recall though I never aw the face of the man whoe pen graved Itielf o deeply in my Good Colored He rote like a meteor in memory. the newspaper ky, along In the early ninetiet, and nude the Courier Journal mot popular with the obscurest of country editor, of which Burdett I wa one, at Ulchmond. kept a column full of comment upon newt Itemt in our little papert, and thus made u happy and ambitlout to Exhibits M nntlr. tit iimiie ur even III, Hut thank Cod. he never blame hbt wrote a line that left a .ting Won- - "J .w ..v.,. ii,,!,,,,-,,-- ., derful spirit and brain and pen, i . . l, .,l t tMtf ltVMUIUMI iVI J till t llllnllt e pray they may be in life yet of director will Tenn. The board Blue Corn. on thi terrettnal globe. Thu attend the Dixie Highway meeting call to mind that I.ancater ha had Mr. Charlie Ballew is exhibiting a ln Cincinnati tn September and ask Mind of Kentucky'. bet editors amp!e of hts corn that i attracting that thi road be designated as the What a tplendid man wat Mr. Marrt me attention owing to its unusual ' official Dixie Highway from north He -- did he not found the Record" color; being a solid blue or deep pur- - to south as the most direct line. The Notice Legionaires. wa my Ideal when I wat starting out pie. Kvery ear i true to color and following compose the board of dt- tuccei excepting through this, an understudy of Marion Greene.! , at and tf it doesn't succeed is of gaod ei service men of thi County ue and very forward rectors: James Barret, Fayette; R. Register. 1887. are urgently requeued to meet at the oar people are going to be in traight-- j variety of the Hichmond M. Spark., Jessamine; N. L. Curry, And l.oult Lindram he of .tweet Police Court Room in (.anratler, Sat- ened circumstances for tome time to Mercer; J. A. Cheek, Boyle; John M. by every member urday night, September 3rd, at eight beloved memory, Cummins-Smit- h. Farra, Garrard: W. H. Shank. LinI rejoic of the Press of Kentucky Thi o'clock. With ImmI wishes it a very important coln; R. B. Waddle, Pulafc1; A. E. Mr Luther Smitn. well knuvn c.t.-seed with him, wept over him. prayed meeting und nil men whether or not J. N. Kehoe of thi county and Mr. Suie Denton. McCreary; John Toomey, for him, loved him ever. And Bob j they belong to this local pott are ur- Scott; Jack Nelson. Morgan; Styles Judge L. L. Walker will speak on Cummins, also of this county were Kennedy, Roane; F, E Robinson, Itughrt did such tine work there that gently requested to be present. I did married August 17th. at Decatur. III. Others the tobacco plan at Nina. Saturday, he rose to State fame Rhea; K. R. Bettvrson, Jr.. HamilThe marriage came as a surprise to September 3rd. at 7:30 P. M not know so well have made u name New Room. ton. All counties in Tennessee have friend of the contracting parties One man who workon the Record. Provided for the construe Heroes Body to Mr. S. II. Ettet it remodeling the aware that such he School Week , ed hand and hand with the Record to thtf roaJold work house building and erecting t,on. of . ,hlr f"1 Mr. Elmer J. Young merchant on intention were being conidered.Af-- ; . . .! . . boost l.ancatrr, not an editor, but ue,'-- w along .tide the main building a largo 4-I-U I recall wat John ter .1 lew weeks stay in Illinois, they nt (,3rrar' fu""h," nearly one Creamery st. received word from the worth any of them, commodious store room. Thi Monday Farra. When Commercial Club were and (iiiwrnor Marrnvi' ha tiil .1 will return to Garranl to make their nunureu 01 mem. among tnose xrom grave.theregistration hisservice Pvt. Fred body of son, that being born in Kentucky at an evi- will be quite an Improvement and ad proclamation, asking that the weekjfutunf hom.f' this county being; J. F. Holtzclaw, Young has arrived in Hoboken and to the town. Mr. Kites ex dence of awakening civic pride and dltion pects to put In a general merchandise 01 eptemoer tn. tie unserved fru - I -.!. INOtCS M. D. Long, Kmmett Long, James will be forward to Lancaster at once town improrement. John Farra wat Robinson, Dr. J. K. Edwards, D. C. stock of goods and will be open for out the state as Better School Week. for burial. known as the one who put Lancaster Ser-wi- ll During this week public meetings Special Sanders, H. Clay Kauffman, Wesley lmlne about October 1st Mr. Young was one of the first on th. nap, in the public mind and be held throughout the state, vices will be held at the Christian Dickerson, Charlie Robinson, Ed Hubto volunteer his services for the you would appreciate him eye. If As bard. of arouse Bell. "the purpoe and which Is to interest) Church next Sunday morning.desig-:- n T. C. John T. Hicks,O.Cronley Broadut Worlds War and his end came after Listen era he passes away, tubitract from intelligent a more active will be recognized from the Rigney. Alfred Rankin. W. thing! hej The old bell thiit ha long been Lancaster all the good popular education: to give people, nation used, these services will be Owens, W. S. Carrier, Hogan Ballard, taking part in the Belleau Woods started and perfected, and you wlll,,.nt ,nc,. the 31tt day of May will the fact about our school and our tn honor of the young people of the Mrs. Ilogan Ballard, Price McGrth, battle one of the bloodest battles of great war. understand what he hat done whilei toll again on Monday morning. school system as to present plan for! town and community who will shortly Charlie Anderson, G. B. Swinebroad. the Member af the local Past Ameri slept or knocked. Member .1th at nine o'clock, when it improvement; to explain the mean- - leave for collere. The church il Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Conn, Mitt Ethel Legion are making preparation. ll There were three places in nlk that all the boy. and girl ing of the two proposed amendments! interested in her young people, and Walter, Mi Sue Shelby Mason, Mr. can to bury the body with Military honors. tucky that were getting all the pub- -' between 7 and 20 years of age to and to urge their adoption " as they return to college, or go out and Mrs. S. L. Gibbs, Misiet Martha licity they wanted because they had rome into her auditorium and again for Ute tint time, she would Join her, nd Helen Gill. W. A. Farnau. W O three sleepless Hootters Winchetter, take up the greatest thing on earth good withes and prayers with those of Goodloe. Ed Seale. Mr. and Mrs. A. Twenty-nin- e Legionaires ........ . Ashland and laneatter. Tom Stuart SCHOOL WORK. Quiet a number U .H.. t.l.i. ... ' . ktti:i( anili itivtius. niiciu..i. D. Joseph. Judge L. L. Walker. Mack was the big noise from the Ant- - of the Teachers have arrived and n Lexington. preparation for genuine service on Morgan, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Bastin named place, but John Farra'a optim projects are that this will be the The grand jury' has returned twenty-The third annual convention of th th nart of the 'oun thcir happineM Mr. und Mr. E. B. Uourland. Mr. ; ism. fraternal spirit and banner year for that wonderful in American Leuion is tn d mor welfare while they are at and Mrs. Sam Haseldvtt, J. R, Hasel nine indictments and beenh warihu nrore. boosting started Laneatter out of the'stimtiun of learning. week ln Lexinrton an,! the r.iv ! college, and the hope that they will den, Jr., Joe S. Haselden. Mr. and rants have been ordered served on rut In which she had, of Lexington hat fornurly been turn- - return from college interested in the) l. C.. Davidson. L C. Gulley. the violators. Among the indictiioundered for a century. Hm why Lick v matters of vital import ; r. Kelley, Dr. V. G. Kinnaird. ments are two for forgery; one for K"rJ'n'' ed over to the survivor, of the great' expatiate on the patt? Only that) ,n . , .... , . e it !. Breach of batrarra, it. " wha' lu be " war. Many Legionaires of the Held- - ",c tlthl ...liMereit4iaAlrt1 .luHinnttf. j. m. McMurtry. i r.iKin A. I . Scott, ter); threePeace; six assault andfiring you may give your llowers now to moonshining; one houl" of L. D. Ed Hughe, Mr. and ha" "f 1 t,a,on " al Sanford Pott are there and are him and to all others who have re- - Kam,eof pistot evening at 3:30 in,. hm ilmnt tV. for next f.,. .,n similar -- ervices were neiu ai me Mrs. E. C. Gaines, J. J. Walker, Jr, checks;on highway; five issuing cold fused to be content with what grand- one attempted rape; two malChristian Church last fall ami they W. C Wynn. W W. West. Henry A LANCASTER. ,ocn' ,arh oiiwcen the map " " i not un with m tnu.n and eoiintv' proved interetting and helpful. Moore. Mrs. Harry Crutchfield. .Mrs. icious beating; one liquor (or sale; Manager Joseph's team of all Man improvements. Special music will be rendered and Millard Ham, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Fran three malicious shooting; one wilful Ignites My ancestors, Mitcheal or John and the fast team representing Paint a sermon In keeping with the occasion cit, R. H. Tomlinson, Jr., H. V. Lick. Bastin murder; one transporting liquor; one Woods, of Albemarle County, Va., petit larceny; young people This game is always looked forward Gasoline. Wl" ')e delivered, The go college' R. E. McRoberts. Noah Marsee Jr.. two burglary; one chicken stealing; settled at the forks of Paint Lick, l.it- - ... I... L .... only irum .Li. . two unlawful sale of are Panning to to Virgil Scott, J. W. Smith, P. B. Wiluov " ,'wh0 im tiu.e... er nt Khakertown K. P. Wood. n,l li ryant Uilmot had a close call(ani, theip , ,0 , enU a al. Sanford C A Van-la- liquor. nut irom me surrounding I cannot therefore speak county Acendants. Friday, while attempting to fill tell thl. "l a, ! gue.ts. well. I. in any but a kindly way of Garrard counties as . a irusoltne can by the light of a lan- ' UV: G. K nn ,r ' n i. . t. ..t ..it Bingham ni j. i, mompson, jioyd .Lynn, (i. M. Capt. Itckey is practicing his men . ' , , , ,, ' t, . eomed County. , I r. uagan, t .. , .. hard each afternoon with the deter ...... ...1,-1.- .. noocri n . oeai t M. n.. -Fraternally, "n we evening the union services ley, J. C Williams, Harold Tinsley. ,i Clarence K. Woods, former Mayor initiation that they will take the vis- on the Buckeye pike. An explo- - w, b(J heM at the Chmtia Cl.urchiowen Raymond Owens. Meadows. it er.,l ddi'urlt lift trt l n it U ilmof Richmond, Ky., Honorable Life itor into ramp. Inn of Judge R. W. Bingham, chairman V V.ISIISVlj UUIIIIII id Rev. H S. Hulson will preach I Mrs. B. C. Rose. Judge Forest Stapp, News comes from Paint Lick that IVII UVVUIIdt Member at the Kentucky Press Ats'n., of the Hurley Tobacco Growers Co about the hands, i he garage was I ar inviWil F. S. Hughes. Guy Watkin and John they will pitch their favorite son, i. ..... .1 i.... i .i. . now resident of Euttis, Lake County, ii. operative Association, will address tho ('loll Tatutn against the local nine, Fla., the site of laneatter, but a town people of Garrard county at the court wat removed and saved without New I Out white Mgr. Joseph says that he will only 35 years old, with all the com damage. The lots was several hunhouse in Lnraster, on next Saturday, sT have one of thu strongest line ups dred dollars with no forts of u city of 100,000. Srpt.mbcr 3rd, at It30 P. M. Worm ii On Apple-Bu- d insurance. that he can secure. King will be on Come and hear and ask any ques The Reo Bus Service will run next A new circular prepared by Har locals. the mound for the L. A D week during the Lexington Fair two tion you desire about this plan of cell. Dt w. C XCnangc. n,on Garman, entomologist at the Thia will be among the latt of of its cart to accomodate those who ing your tobacco for the cost of pro- What kind of an exchange that? Station and dealing with a descript contemplate taking There will be a Pie Supper at the ball games that the All Stars will in the great duction plus a reasonable profit to thu Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Bejuley School House, Saturday night play at the season is fast fading away 0. E. stands for Chrittin Endeavor Blue Grass fair. The special but will producer. reported to have September 3rd, for the benefit of and as these boys have given their of counte. B. for Berea where we ion of a Tho only object of the association not leave Lexington until after the time and money to put LANCASTER are educating a girl. We must raio infetted apple trees in Ohio county close the school. Everybody invfUd. of the fair, giving one the en- it to sell tobacco at a fair and reasonon the base ball map they are de the rest of the money for the rirst is ready for distribution to interested able price in accord with recognised 'farmers of the State. The insect tire day in the city, New Buildings sirous that a large crowd turn out to terms expenses, at once. business principles. The object of been known to attack apple and witness this game as it will be to their At Haselden Bros., store, Saturday has this meeting is to educate. A dozen or more new dwelling advantage to try to get out of debt September 3rd we will sell cakes, pies other fruit trees but hat not been Judge Bingham is a splendid .speakre now under construction in the and at the same time give the loyal candy, fresh eggs, etc. Orders will given attention in the published acMr. and Mrs. Boyle Doty are reer and you will be entertained at welt city and it now teem that at least band of rooters their moneys worth be taken for Ice cream in cones or counts of fruit insects at a bud eater, joicing over the arrival of a fine boy, as instructed. at part of the heavy, demand for as they have all during the tease. bulk and delivered at once. according to Mr. Garman. Its in- born August 10th. He has been Remember the ttmo of the speakkaeaea la Laneatter will be supplied The price of admission Help a good cause by buying and juries of thia nature appear to be christened John B. to tkis tae ing is 1:30 prompt instead of two ia Um near future. M earn Manileon star cam of the season will be 2S donatio. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Irvin are more serious than those it does later Iraiwew are hariaf erected ten nice and SVcta. Let's go. to the leaves but have apparently likewise rejoicing over a small but o'clock as advertised on the bills. en Stanford street, that Never speak harshly of the one been overlooked. twfilM'i The circular which lively boy. weighing only 3Vi pounds, slisrds Obelisk Flestr always gives wiM mm be ready for occupancy, who b' absent Seme one may tell is No. 2S may be obtained free from arriving by the Caesarian route at the satUfasties). Try seek tasWy. eteker to the renter of to a purekaw. him. the station at Lexington. Berea hospital two weeks ago. Httdsea 4 Farasu. s, some-wher- were eligible tn memberthip In the Hurley Marketing Ato- ciatlon, Hon. J. N. Kehoe, nf Mays, vlllc, answer at follow-- ; Mayivllle. Ky.. Aug. St, 1921 Mr. I). A. Hervey, Paint I.iek, Ky My Dear Mr. Hervey: $'.! 01 for latt year July sales and Replying to yours of yesterday. the seaton average on il l,7l7,317 Any person who expect to raise pound In 1920. toli.icri for the next five year it "The main bright leaf belt of North eligible to memberthip In the Hurley Carolina luu been reduced Marketing Attuctatlon, In acreage .ind hn un average condiand it i important that every man tion of 70 per cent of normal (full) who raited tobacco in 1920 ihould crop. According to '.lie report made sign the pledge, beraute the moveby 5rt well Informed tobacco special-itment cannot be a tuccet unlet the acreage It til per cent com per cent of the 1120 crop pared with last year and indicate a it signed up. If there any one In S!l per cent decreae from the uual your neighborhood who it grow tobacco acreage " in 1U20. it it very important that he :gtt up, reg.irdlest of whether he grow any thi year or not. If he Ltncatter ha two good colored doem't grow any thi year, i; will team of bate ball and they arehaving not be neee.ttary for him to pay the several game each week One i play entrance fee, at thi time, but when Ing today at llurdett park on the Dan- he sign the pledge it hould be ville road. Another game wdl be slated that he will pay the initiation played there next Sunday Read the fee of $5, out of the rlrt crop of band bill for detail. jtibarco tint he doet grow . u it very impovuiri Biff rtant that we get all of the groweri Don't forget to attend the p,g who were in the business In l'J'10, ! be ture to tign every one of them on the college l"'ultr- campus next baturday afternoon. at they wilt count against us if they do not tign. Mitt Syler ha given unstinted en The movement is progressing with ergy toward the turret! of th s first exhibit and Uie people of the city wonderful succett every where, anil look like it l guing to be a go. and and county thould show their appre- it the grower of Hurley tobacco a ciation by intending. fortunate people during the next few years. I ee no other hope for their one-third The Tobacco Journ.il of Augutt 2Mh, gives ii)im data on the July sale nf North Carolina, which look discouraging in the extreme It s.iyt; "The tobacco sales for July in the Lome I.raf markets of Bladen, Columbus and ltodein counties of North Carolina, were .!,li70(rA I pound by 17 warehouse (! not reported), at an average price of $7.M a compared with $2.1. 35 per hundredweight for OFFICERS CATCH LOOKS GOOD TRUSTEES TO SUE ELIGIBLE MAN AT A STILL New Dixie Air Line MEN PAID BY PONZI Membership To In Sam Pigg Arrested Highway Launched Would Take 11,250,000 At Somerset Last Near Berea And DisMarketing Plan From Lucky Ones Friday. tillery And ProIn realy to a letter from D. A. and Divide it Hervey, of Paint I.ick, asking if LANCASTER ON THE ROUTE. duct Destroyed. grower who raited no tobacco In Among All. When the cititen of Laneatter and S -1 !'--() Team. . Federal Officer S. J. Cornatt, Garrard county decide they want M. Kavanaugh, and W. If. thing, they go after it with all their by Deputy might and force, which wat clearly accompanied V. S. I. Hush and A. demonstrated latt Friday morning, Sheriff Johnson, made i ratd on a still that when ninety of her citizen motored wat operated by Sam I:gg down through to Somerset, to help launch a dirt raid at the left of the Big the new Dixie Air Line Highway, Hill pike, near Hunter' store They the result of which, the Cincinnati destroyed the still, poured out about Lookout Mountain Atr Line" division I'l barrels of beer. They also poured of the Dixie Highway, wa organized out a vat of beer that they thought at a meeting of delegate from Fay might have contained .'100 gillont of ette, Mercer, Jessamine, Boyle, Gar beer They marie the raid on Wed- rard. Lincoln Pulaski und McCreary nesday counties in Kentucky and Scott, When the officer arrived they Roane, Rhea, Morgan and Hamilton ay Pigg run from the still to hit. in Tennessee The road a proposed will run from father' house down the hill. He lost hit hat in hit hurried flight and Cincinnati on an air line to Ch.itta whe nthe officersreturned it to him'nooga, through Lexington, Somerset, they took him into custoday. The! Harnman, and on to Chattanoogj officer! were not able to get out of The meeting wa presided over by V. him that he had helpers in hi busi- - I. Smith, Somerset, who was elected iess but it was quite evident that he chairman. A telegram was read rid. Pigg t to appoar at the Octob - ' from Gov. Kdwin I. Morrow of Ken- er term of circuit court and also fed- - tucky. and Gov. Alfred Taylor. Ten tfrat court and answer for moonthin- - netsee. pledging their support. Tht delegates elected a board of directors tng. Richmond Regiter. conlp(Htfd 0f one member from each county. The director ewcted the IsOVe iSeftSOn. following officer of the association . . T. Claude K. Hendricks, Hirriman, today, September 1st, and lasts until preident; Juilg! W. H. Potter, December 10th. A bag of 1." In one Huntsville, and P-- M. Sparks, N'lch ,.. i,... ... ....... r!- i ,, olasville. vice presidents ;H. H.r ra ii i. Dayton, secretary and treasurer. -. ......... .u. ... .... i... . J. Km-nalr- , ... ' .. V. asso-ciatto- ' n Store Boston, Ma., Suit havi? been filed, or an- - in process of being filed, against -- 87 person who received money from Charle Ponzt tn his schemes. The suits are being brought by the Ponzi trustee to .settle the ciair.m of those who lost through intrusting their money to the "Boston Wizard." The total amount which will be sued for it about SI.'JSO.OOO, iid Jame A. Lowell, one of tho trustees. A t the start of the Ponzi scheme in IDl'J he wa oniy able to persuadu eighteen person into intrusting him with $1,770. A. tme went on the amounts of money sent him rose until in May, June and July he handled 0,40:,13S tn cash. In the last three month of hi career Ponzi had a stiff of over 1a0 agents and hail account.! in forty different bank. The ma jority of those who gave him money were poor, although some amounts as high as were received. At the time of the cash, when he surren- iered to th Federal authorities, about $5,000,000 belonging to the poor peo ple wat tieii up. The suit to recover the money from the persons who received it as dividends" are to be brought under recent decision of th United States uphold their contentions, hat the money is returnable. This return puts all the investors on an even basin they and will relieve the priva tions of those who received nothing from the scheme. The trustee plan to recovr th full amount, both in terest paid and principal, after which a settlement will be made. The names of those who received profit and who refase to return them will be published if they fail to com ply with the request of the trustees to return the money it was said. In order to prevent hartship to thoso who may have spent their money, the trusees announce they will accept payment in instalments if necessary. Better September Arrive. 1 . hrWtIn r!... - To The Sep-othe- rs Ken-'vvi- ; Indictments. cash-paid- self-satisfi- Paint Lancaster. ., P"" " ' .r....t "' Lantern -- , ,.i 3e. st T "'T"' ... - ... ..'. Judge To Speak. V .... Circular J DC uuuu oui service Pie Supper. c 1 bud-wor- Many Happy Parents. Th Central lltcord, Lancaster. Ky. Thursday, Sapt COWPEAS CHOKE A FOX CHASE I 1021 . FEED FOR STOCK That Stands Out From All The Rest Crop Is of Great Importance for The Gentry Fo Finally Soiling, Hay, Silage and Take Tar Hel. Wb.n Pasturage. Too Hard. Had Prs-tit- To Union County Culls Fail To Lay An Egg poultry specialists who are conduct, mg the demonstration to show poul try raisers what points to look for in culling the flocks. Twenty-on- e hens re moved from the Very few people "die with their flock of C. H. Oglesby. Hoxville, boots on" in this generation. Most Union County, in a demonstration of them wear shoes. conducted by County Agent A. M. Some people find no difficulty in Allen nrjil specialist from the College of Agriculture, failed to produce fin getting riil of an unwelcome guest. on egg during the work fllowlng their Thiy begin to sing. removal, according to n report just We admire the man who readily made on the demonstration. The admits thut there are tmarter men I week before the demonstration the than himself. He has reached the entire flock of 30 White Wyndottc up utirn niclmllntlnn nf Lnnu.1-fli.hen., produced 1 egg. while the wricani, wtom not Ji(flculs. following, the 29 that were retained No, we no longer print local poems a layers produced a total of 38 eggs, Hens that have stopped laying to loaf at space rates. We simply hand until spring make it possible for their the poetic gentleman a sharp tooth owners) to distinguish them by their pick and invite him to fall gracefully early moulting. According to the upon it and forget to get up. . ' LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD ANNOUNCES ROUND TRIP. $6.58 Including War Tax LANCASTER to LOUISVILLE ACCOUNT EXCURSION FARE KENTUCKY STATE FAIR Tickets on tale Sept 10 to 16, inclusive, and for trains scheduled to arrive in Louisville before noon Sept. 17th. Tickets good for return to reach Lancaster before midnight Sept. 19th. For further or detailed information, apply to local ticket agent. 7. j k5r- - t Simpson were JUDSON the guests Stnurdny night of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Simpson is slowly im- - Mrs. B. M. Lane. Proving. Mis Lida Mae Ray was the gutst Several from thi place attended Saturday night and Sunday of her the Ilrodhead Fair. i couin, Miss Marie Kay. Mr. Frank Ray nnd daughter, Mr. Willie Lane spent Sunday with Mcntic, were the guests Sunday of Mr. Sammie Ray. Mr. and Mr. James Foster. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Matthews were Mr. and Mrs. Sam Clark and ci.!- visitors io this vicinity Sunday. ilrn tmnt R.it Mr. I.it. nji.ht rA C: ay an. umiiy spent day wlth .Mrs. Aaron w jj tinm Mn aad Sunday with Mrs. Hukc I'reston. Mr. anil Mrs. John Clark tntertn.n- Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Naylor were ed several at dinner Sunday n honor the guests" Sunday of Mr. Nannie of Rro. I'eal, who is holding n Mr.es Ray. of meetings at Sycnmere Sch' 1 Mr. and Mrs. Ed Dailcy were the House. guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Mrs. Tom Pollard has returns 1 Walton. home after n throe weeks v. sit w.'h Mrs. Marshall Rayburn and Alex Creech of Har'ai. Mrs drcn, were the guests Monday cf Mrs. Creech and attractive little daughter Jan. roster. jEstella Mae, accompained then home an'' 'r' "uch I M. chil-jMr- s. :3afIE;:ax:CT'Xv22;:2X FARM REPAIRS i I What Kentuckian does not love a W 41 Come on, ye fox hunters Vsfcr ' and others, and go with us, In mind's KJ Farmer' Bulletin Po.ru Out DlfNrtM eye, and enjoy the thrill and excite, 1 a im mint these sportsmen must have en Methods of Growing and HarvestJoyed when they made that (Icntry ing It fer Each of It Varl. fox take his hole. eui Utts, A Chase In A Thousand. t.y t!rnt,rt Ht (IT,r.t tr.rtit titf AFrtrultlirr I lfM A well known writer ha said, "In t Pew crop can lv lltlllrn III ilk every man's life are certain under, j a vnrlety of way n cowp'i'" scored sports which are the first to I Frriit Tor ccnturic they have It en grown meet his eye In a review of the past"! for liumaii food In Mn. Africa tun) In Just sk It is with the Fox Hunter.' the Mediterranean region of Kurete In thl emititry piirtletilnrly In the There are a few races that stand out n southern state. Hie crop Is common- from the rest races that will lin-- . ly iimiI fur this purpon-- . but lt most ger in his memory to long as mem. linpoMntit ue by fur Is in the feeding ory shall dwell with him. We had Phone your physician the minute yeu have sick-nei'f lite Mock, being utilised for soiling just such n race on Friday night. May in the family, and when he writes prescriptions, hny. silage ami piittire It Is also of 27th., 11121, out at (JentryV place on i great alue as n manure crop to Salt River. There was only one thing brtng them to us and we will fill them accurately liierene the liuniii mid nltri-git- i con. lent nf Die mil upeti win. i it It grown needed to make it perfect and thut with pure, fresh, full strength drugs. Tlue are point brought nut in lnrm was the presence of every Chase H seemed Just too lad to ItiilN-r in 11M. "(VtMns I'tlllrn Always buy your drug store things from us and tbm" rettntly pnhlMud iy the 1'nl have any real fox hunter miss such a you will always get the best and at reasonable prices. ltd State Ittpurtment of Agriculture race. whlrll tlUetiM nut only the utilizaFor months we had In en hearing j - crop. tion of tinI.iit tin' mcthodi- of ot tnls uontry fox which w, Come to US for it. claimed crowing nml hnm Hug it for u.cli ot no dog In the country' could hole. IN tnrlou ue. Howard'Camnitx, pinning all his faith Have High Feed Value, 'rupee are nut greti for net! on Miigruder of the Mocking llird more generally letnu'e of the Htirtr- - Valley Kennels, cgreed to eat the fox for breakfast providing Mngruder hlM.v f the enp. the t'Xetii ef liar titing mill the eoiniratlely low didn't hale him before daylight have made the Ku KIux yell sound round There was no let up what-Ilk- e a whisper. Mote William just ever in the race. y.tlu obtained. In local. tie. ell uit i Roosting this Kennel, were Dr. W. K. It kept up Just thix ii im iniuriiin n win it- icunii Voln. lw. I t ...i mn in. tt... ,threw, up both hand" ami tried to see way until four o'clock in the morn- . . niiiii, '" highly prolltal L lo grow r w,ii wel ard Camniti. lit. fl. u ..I Ma.on Hrown, Karl " wn ar" " ' rou,u ,a" i ll li large rnlf. rM""'"!')' If the Howard C'fltnntz ttarted nuite itu,n.4i- Th .1 t.i. ttait ,ii.iT I.. .... I.. R Shouse, of Lexing- , the gate n linn tniichlliery for hlilKllllig the cnp Is Kaehn nnd l right out to join the dogs in the ch.nr him maintain such a fast and furious high fettling ton, who left Louisville about iix Tlif ietl hll ir o'clock. Their ntry consisted of when Will Smith brought hm bark pace and their pursuit had been so xsilin" but l rarei) ,luiip enough by saying "No fair helping Magruder, mercile that he realised "he must tiv.d n ftitl. It mn le stnre fur Mngruder, Fan Mambrack n M..di nihil- - length ot titue uthiut Jane (Hig Stride) Lee, Killis Camnitr." Kaeltn, who loves Magru- find a hole and llnd it right away, if inurli danger of of vitality An It and Hrown's Rambler and Shouse'n der secondly to Dr Fallis and Cam- - he would live to run another daw" is 'iihjet't to iitlnik- - from tieets Mollie, who have been running with nitz. put in with. "Ity Colly, Magru- - So with Mngruder, Mollie, Jane ami (eclally the en4ii MitMl. the Mtt Kennel. IN fore reaching Oentry's der don't need no help; he ain't evtr a few othert nipping at his heels, produced in oiith,rti tnte ohould le leimed how to quit yet." he holed amid cheers that sounded placed 111 mill Mornge the l lllli till thev were Joined bv C. - Cahill. W II. McCawley. and Wm. Smith, with Camnitr did not The race kept up thi way until af- - ,lkf arm''tlf'- '! reiotmnetulv ,0 ",t f,,x f"r breakfast and Conit'tt hay I im erellent forage fancy Allen and Ulue, aim Note ter twelve o'clock when some of the!faVr fi r all Kinds of Me l; Cvtn the stride Williams with his Derby pup' by younger dogs began to tire and come "'ntr showed himself a good sport ehthimd fn:n threi-hltithe tus for Chad (Hig Stride.) When on arrival in but Joe and Queen, Chad's pups, by giving us a itplendhl breakfast. ! is a valuable Mock feed A n Cento' came out not only with Joe. Fancy and Allen, Killis, Mollie. Fan All the dogs showed up well, but nile nmpea should not eut for ha and Queen and eight others but with ' llamlrnck and Magruder kept going without disparaging any of them. ht fere the juds begin to turn jellon. h bushel basket of lunch which made I better all the time. They to Cammtz and Fallis are nenously conThe het quality lk pnxluitd hiiil the t.ie air fragrant with the smell of gain strength and momentum each sidering having a Magruder day in hay cur,t mct readily if the vit,e Louisville just as Lexington had a l lire tut heti most of the are full old ham and rhirken. "(luh. I'm round. At tuelve nVLirl u s ariPssnil " of War ''"' Vear. may come grouti mid u etmlder&ble port of tl.nn here," said Cnmnttx, sctnting the our lunch. Juit as we were fixing to yrar lmt K iimtunil, If eut lefore this stage the chicken with a typical Mocking Hlrdleat, we heard them coming 'V back Mne are wntery mid ditlleult to cure Kennel nose. . "You're not in on again and ham and chicken were for- - rr ,,,ot "ul th" memory of that moon- while If left tii late hefnrti cutting this," .aid Gentry, "your breakfast gotten as each man ruhed over tu lKtil tna, on i,,t K,ver there will be an Uttieeeary Um, will be that fox." "Very well, I"l see his dog out in front Hy One of the Party. It neins liui in handling nnd the tm will get my lunch and yours too." (Ilanv IV Memrnger ) that ShoUH-'- blood milling yell made le tough mnl wtly Tt.e Lay tverybody was aut for a good dogs out of them. Once again we sotr.inhnt d !l!niit iur' I ut with time and the very air seemed to quiv. saw the fox and the dogs seemed a er with excitement. The dogs wire mo.t leaping in the expeUnf. of turned loose with n much, pomp and catching him each bound Uter ceremony as if I'snl Ralney or IIHI they had passed on we corn wick Woodward were M. F. II. to our hnm nnd rhicken jus' n "lie Inside of ten minutes. Magruder 'to find same of tile retting dors ar arj tientry'f Joe got up the fax and ranging for . a t lunch went trailing up Salt River. They "Heigh ho' "said th Swede, "who's came back in about an hour running this fixing to walk otf with the haiv McKOBERTS DRUG STORE. and were joined by the rert of the llles my soul, if it ain't the little i' t about twenty in all. It was ai White HJtch. I heard somebody re Hut little is said of the profiteer c o.ely run race. Kvery dog running, fuse five hundred dollars for at nine I, , e are a. fie didn't want hi, owner to have o'clock. I think he'll take 'cell' ,"lfni. u'.T L k atraut j eat fox for breakfast. They raced Ic. for her right now." up ana nown Ue eli of halt River' Wo had juit started eating good were never out of hearing, run- - when we heard them coming backj Twenty million people are said to TKalsHSivgB BgsBIS ; ,r.nnuic again. We grabbed what we could.be fa. ,n: starvation m Ilolibevist w"s one of that makes evt t Ur hands and ma.Ii for P...1,K ,k,..v i... ycur hair stand on end and makes They came back with the dog, portion of the population that hiu dog worth at least five thousand do!- rvn c.cmt then they were the last ' not embraced Bolshevism, lara at just that time. "Well I'll be mm d m, if that ain't my litt'e white useful to mmi HUMUS fox chase? I r 'I .agggggll VaaKggi gggggggggr''aH!li1'll AsHTgK BBBaSBBBBBBBBaB-BBg- ss gr--i- t -- McRoberts Drug Store j I lt in.' Um-1- , (Clem-Shnve- r) I- 11 ' ' m' c' "' s ' wld-nigh- V" ZJL - UioM-cnaie- s t,. '.. When a tool cr implement breaks down on the farm, before beginning to "patch" nee if your hardware man hasn't the ery piece you need to quickly put it back into commission. This stoie carriei. in stock an almost endle.ss supply of Cowptas Crown With Scrghum Makts Qocd Stctk Fttd. httentioti to the stage of growth and to weather conditions little more trouhh will be experienced In ot milling well cured coweu buy Hum clover or ut fnlfu hay. The bulletin reeoiiiinendN that cow. pen hay Ih uhtltuliil In the southeni stiiti-for much of the hay now-- being purchased from the North and Jffem CowMn iilmie Iiiim- - not gleu giNiil results n ii sllnce rop, In addition to the high protein content, the green vim k coiitiiln a large pniportlou nf wuter, producing u watery ullage tlmt keepi poiirly nml U not well rcllihed by stock. The hot silage In ohtaliied when lliU crop lit grimn with corn ar "orgliuin. &crvt Bttt for Hogs. Although piuturlng niUHiin nut thought the t farm practice, under certain coiiiIUIoiim It In mhlsiihle nml qullo pmtltnhle. Any kind of live htock may ! piintuntl on cow pea.. hut hug are cenenilly used. The lime for turning the stock on cmveii U when the crop hn remluil the stage (if iniiturlty (hoiight best for buy. Am a soiling crop, the enM-em be used udvuntugeouily to supplement cropi with less protein, such u turn sorghum und millet. It Is ued mure us a mII builder than any other legume because It Is So euMly gniwn. hu mm Ii a murkeil effit t utou auiveedltig crops and thrives under a Kreut dlvurslt) ot conditions. Ix-.- 1 Nails, Wires, Buckles :; Bolts, Cords, Snaps, I Screws, Ropes, Laprings Washers, Twines, Clevises i i on the farm and the road. to uh first. and a multitude of other articles needed every day When it break, come 'ggga let ygV Becker & Ballard BRTANTSVILK, KINTUCKY. u u .it ii . n . . MIVUfllll UlllliirS ner rgni now,' said one of the party, C3 "You might take less before morning," said Daclin, the Swede, m his nmnsing accent. They went down in the bottoms with Magruder, Joe Hlue and Mollie J neck and neck with Williams' pups.i Queen, Fan Hnm Hrack, Killis, Itamb-- ! Icr and Allen close on their heels.' Hy this time, we had nil gone over to sit on a big gate and there in the bright moon-ligh- t we told each other! ngain just how valuable each dog was, i i .i it,., i mem cunung over .inc ci III neurit .i and dogs were yelping like they would catch that fox every minute. to your famous fox, Its good-by- e Gentry," said Dr. Fallis, "Looks like Magruder and .Mollie are going to cat him Instead of Camnitr," don't worry Doc, you see the log over there to make the fire to cook that fox, don't you? He's juit playing with your logs." Nearer nnd nearer they came and we all sat on that gate holding our breaths for fear we'd turn them In another direction. We could hardly believe our eyes when we saw the fox with all the dogs in hot pursuit mak ing straight for that gate. Kvcry man sat there tensely gripplnir his holt while every nerve tingled. w drew up our feet to let the fox and all twenty dogs pass under the gate. As the last dog went under, I.en Shouse threw hit hat up in the air and said, "fox hunting etiquette be d n, I'm icoin to, holler," und he let a yell that would Il. I HAVE LOST THE a bill RECEIPT" ,c checks as proof of payment. Do you pay by check? It is the safe and nesslike way! Thu.s spoke the man who was asked to settle that he claimed to have paid a month previous-ly- . He had placed the receipt in his pocket with other papers and now could not find it. He had paid cash, so could do nothing; except pay the bill a second time. That man learned a lesson from this incident he now pays all his bills by check. In case of dispute about a paid bill, he can now use his cancelled busi- tj. BA n a - ' Ai iJgaw Baggsggggggg" T9BV4SjgggfasspEV 4 tER CENT ON TIME AND SAVINGS S. The Garrard Bank & Trust Co the United States and all foreign countries. LANCASTER, KY. Wo sell travelers Cheques, which are jfood in Tha Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thun day, Stpt I 1 , 1 92 1 3 Oxy-Acetely- HOW MANY LUMPS? O Horsing Down Corn It Profitable Way To Fatten Porker SARnSTT, br Mj. ur si till N..ppr ;r I Low Cm Price And Econpmy High Valut TIRES ICS AND CORK SOME car owners had to be tatS with what they could get not what they expected for their tire money last year. Come to us this season and look at our stock of G 4b J Tires in all treads and And assurance of full vmlwc made doubly sure for you by the fine G ft J reputation. Wi SIU & AJSSj Mix MilMir X Iim!(ii at the Meel hill uln'id h( huii uti'l then at hh lie.ny Kiiii.t .m l ore nftly under M breath. "Xtnh i tr.iln erlvee" hi intit t.Tt,. for he lul arrived ut I'.il li.im iHiine thrit huttr luti' thi lie Ink hi tlrt rnjt homi frotn college t hi neither ltiiv the tud given up ! tilt big Imimo .mil elected to live In il hotel mull .Mm ti.nl tlnl.licM schin'l I ln HoircUy of help. lie had written Mut, hal ilrhi'ii her lo till tep. "Well, there' no Wli to meet Hie, Unit' certain," divided the )iMiti( msn. Ilrmvii n. .in Indian from week of iiiitiloor pruetici with "the team." It wkiiM lm been ti.inl to recognise In ihl very Ixtlni'ruliil looking young man tin' Hon of tin fashionable Mr, Harding, who live I lu the hirtel at the top of the hill. tWeelv, he drugged til heavy ullcue up the path Unit led to tin li'iiM. mil) lo he met ut the veranda ilcp. h) u tHimpnui-tooklnlltlliLey. who effectively barred hi EmpKoii of Thi Mtho1. W.th indication psintin toward a low price far corn and a fair pr.ee for ho during the coming full, Kentucky f.irmeri can market their r.iin an J produce pork In no better way than by turning hogs Into their corn fields to hog off the crop, according to vwine tpecialiiU at the Kentucky har-veUi- lillr Welding Repairing We are now in a position to handle all classes of welding and cutting as well as general machine and repair work. ne j LOYD. THOS. S. PIERATT NOAH MARSEE, JR. "Can't omi up thU way. felluh," lli iiiiimmh mie. "All tradeii .litilneant tiii'ii and pililler"--wlt- h look at the lieav) m.- - "inil-- t gi round the back war." And he unveil Mat isntii'tly away. "M)lie I i'hii niiruk In t tin tti if I the kllrtien mi I ri wnIiei up bi'fotv I ret my fatilniM mother," h "If "he ever thoiisht to littni-l- f tne lookliiic tike IliU hello' Wliew ev imil he whUtliil foftly, for I rutins .mil renuirknlily tiretty Klrl, all milffleil up In u trrnl woolly nrf. tto.nl illret'tl) III front of the kltcheu iloor hiticln u illth luvtelt, thti om-morv effectually eliwktmc hi imisre cook.' "llui I'roluhly tln Ihoiuht he to hlmtelf "Well, here further pnigre. ji .," a ultaiit gi. "!! )ini it moiiient to niarT" he ke., reiuovliK hi liat ulnl sjmmUIiU In hi tiuMt ensailiU m.inner. Mr. Henry Kay ami rhildren spent Friday evening with Mm. I.em Mat Mr. Fred Smip'on is ome better thews. t thi writing. Mr. Kirby Teater i out buying Mlii Llda Mup Kay upent a few cattle on lluckeye and Wolf Trail days with MUi Marie Kay. today. Mr. Sale Hurt is visitinir her Mi Ora I'rayther ipent a few- daughter, Mrs. Alex Kay. day at home with her mother thi Mr. Aaron Kay ami children spent week Mandny with Mrs. John ituy Mr. and Mr. Kirby Teater and Mr. Abner Kay ami iliten attend-e- i children were in Nicholssvltle, Sun day afternoon. the llroilheail fair Thursday. Mr. Allene Kurrhell anil F.tta Kom Mr, l.em Matthew ipent Sunilay pent Monday afternoon with Mr. with her Mster, Mr. Simpson. Henry' Srlmstnin Mr. anil Mr. Win. Kay ipent SatMr. Hradfonl Ilurdette entertain urday with Mr. Newt Sander. ed veral Sunday for dinner, which Mr Harris Tester and baby are all enjoyed very much. visiting her mother for a few days. Mr. J. M. Walker, of Mr. Fred Snyder ipent the day spent a few days lait week with her Tuesday with her mother. Mr. J. I). daughter, Mr. Kirby Teater. Ray. Mii Pollard. Ml Stove and broth Mr. and Mn. UarrUon Ray attend-e- d er, of Indiana, are (pending a week the For be tale Saturday At Mo with Maggie II. and Pearl Hurt. Creary. Mi Merlyn Walker and little til Mr. Ollie Ulark and taby ipent ter, KUie Caroline, of Danville, ipent Monday with her mother, Mrs. a few day lat week with their aunt Mr. Kirby Teater, om "I Imve not." replleit the )ouni iriniitly, tcanvl) uliuifliir up from her work. "Not much enthiltLniu here," he ileclditil. Then, "Muy I how you nome of my uuretl" with an eipreMlv glance townril the ultrne. "Von may tint." nnsuetvil the "a sUtunt cuok a promptly a before. on "Well, ijo you tiilnil If I Hit the tep a minute?" he hatanlcil for "I'm rather out of ol third venture. hii lon ntfNln retpomleil the fair lady of the kitchen, Inking him In ulth one 1lapprulliic (tanre. .So Max at ilowti on the lowest atep and, leanlni; hi heud bark agalntt the breath." "I do not," tioue, cIoi'il Id eye. "I'oor fellow." thought the Klrl, her xympathle aroued at lait. "he raut t har) he tlreil. I'm afraid I ulth him." hhe wa back In a moment with a cup of tcniln( liquid and. tnpptni the )oung man n the houlder, h offeml It to him. "Here, drink ttili." ah said. n Public Sale Wednesday, September 7th. lf lf With many thanks, be beat a hsty retreat uround to the fiJiit of the hiiue once more u on the Thi time hi mother veranda, and ahe greeted him affectionately Then he went up to hi room. He descended shout an hour later looking very different In hi dinner clothe, and hi mothtr' pride hone In her eye as she met him, "And. Mat." aha said, "there" the lovellevt girl here. I want )ou to meet Agricultural Kxpcriment Sutton. Thu method of fattening wine involve! lew labor In feeding and and n therefore more econoWe solicit your inquiries when In the marmical and in addition reiult In the greatest return from manure and ket for Gas or Kerosene Engine Power. crop residue. The hog are also kept in a more healthy environment and should make more rapid gains when prepared for the market In thu manner. Kxpenment conducted by the .station show that tankage fed In a elf Incorporated feeder as a supplement to corn made the best combination for hogging-otWinchester, Kentucky. purpoe. By this method of feedwere kept healthier ing the animal nml were ready for the market earl-er than thoe fed by other tne'.l.o is. pounds cottonseed The corn and tankage produced an'Green Will meal and twomixture isof fed at the meal This average dally if a In of 1,175 pounds rate of a pound of dry feed for every Milk of pork on the animal which rece:v-- l ... t four pounds of milk which the cow. Cll iu i In spite of the fact that recent are producing. Farmers who have Corn and soybeans grown together used this say that it is one of the and hogged otf alto made a good comth in Kentucky, dairy cow in many best feed for keeping up milk probination, thi jyiti-of feeding re- will- - suffer for duction. tutting in an average daily gain of part of the State want of green feed before dried-uIn some case It will be advisable a little more than one pound of pork pasture can make a new growth, to cut good corn for the cows until on all animals in the lot. The six according to dairy specinlists, For pastures are green again, according year average obtained by the station become necevsary for to J. J. Hopper, head of the dairy dehogging down soybean with an thi reason it in j use some other means partment of the College of Agriculallowance of two and one-haper dairyman to of supplying 4he green feed until ture, who state that an acre of ripencent of the body w eight of the hogs I 4 ure are recovered. Cow that ing corn is doubted in value if fed in corn dally resulted in an average ' , are allowed to go almo.t dry dunmg to dairy cow. when pasture are short production of pound of park an lack of uch feed Cow- - peas also make a good silage for acre with a net profit of J1.V97 ant the summer from are not apt to come back and produce the cows. hoei-c- d otTi acre. Corn alone when rtow of milk during the re . I..-- .. I . I I large lruuui't-i- i an average uauy gain OI a Perk up, fellow.! Dresses are to mainder of their lactation period, s little more than of a' specialist say. Green corn is be lowered again this seasonfrom I the bound of nork. I being fed successfully by a number tha top. He.ult obtained in the experiment of Kentucky farmr to supply the If a fellow- - punches you on the indicate that it It best to use hog.! weighing about 100 pounds in hog- want of their dairy animals. jaw you are perfectly Justified in One method of feeding green corn pasting him one before turning the ging otf fields. If the animal, are is to chop up the stalks with a cut- ether cheek. smaller than thi they are unable to sprinkle it with i gallon get the corn down while larger ani- ting box and King George, is hard up for cash, of water to which a tablespoonful of mal do not make a economical molasses and a big pinch of salt has and the British public will cough gain.. From general observation been added. The mass should be again. We'd admit it, too, if it weru made in the experiments it pay to' shovelled over two or three time and not for the fact that our wife would tart hogging down corn and soypound of corn be in at the coughing. beans about the time the beans are added to with four in the dough stage, putting enough animal in the field to clean up the crop in about :t.r to 40 days. When corn alone is hogged down the animal. should be turned into the field as soon a the grain has passed the of the structure of The dollar earned is only glazed stage the young man's success. It is The dollar saved is the other because it is harder to save than to earn. Pity the fellow who doesn't. You be the fellow who does. The reliable, courteous bank of this community invite your deposits. Prompt Service Hagan Gas Engine COMPANY & Mfg T - Com Feed Help Production p lf -- three-fourth- , A Dollar Earned one-third two-third- s. two-thir- PMOTHERS lb THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. S. C. DENNY. "Now, mother." remontrated. OF LIVE STOCK, CROP AND FARMING IMPLEMENTS "Hut, Mat. dear, thi one I different 913 he ye, As executors of the estate of the late J. K. Baughman we-- ' mnlled he really I., he Inilited, a the J lu Ah I there'unbellevlngty. will on hell for pinner now." y IV1HII 9Tt'lOOS...tMalf M "Well, no of your divinity yet. mother, wild Max when they were WALLACETON the day Sunday with Mr. and Mrs, well tnrted on their meal, "I'erlwip" M. G. Hutchins. hotefully-"vtw- 'n Changed her mind." itev. Bill Bryant preached at the Miss Addle Henry has . returned "No, I ee ber coming now." x.ild In one of our large cities a Baptist church Sunday. home from an extended visit with Mr, Hnrdlng, and tralght to their fund has broken out table rame begiaiiiiig at 9 o'clock share, sell at public auction all the re- adventure. tl lady of hi afternoon' foreign quarter ami is in the Mr. and Mrs. Morri Calico" are the friend near Lancaster. raging proud parent of a tine girl. Misses Emily and Klla Bawhn and He had a moment to recover from with relentless fury. maining personalty, a portion of which is herewith enumerAlready MUs F.velyn Gutnn spent the day Frona Hounshell were the afternoon he eight murders have been comthe nhoek of recn,;nUlnj her guests of Mic I.illan und Int ated: reached them, hut not o the ctrl. and, mitted and the police have Sunday with Miss Kmma Wallace. Hutchins. eye to acknowledge the .1 years old; 12 yearling mules; 10 mule llftlnc her mules, 2 to Itev. Young tilled hL appoinmenti een unable to obtain even a Into her ttie color The Wallaccton Junior Base mares; 11 extra Rood jacks, 1! to 8 years old; :t aged colts; single clue to the perpetrators. at the Methodist church Sunday af I te.lm lll.ivi.il th Iv.trliltr.. Rj.Kn.-i- Ball eye aked Innumerable face and i ... " mules; 2 extra work mares; 1 sow ami six shouts; 2 duroc male questions he?she recjlltvl the event of The foreigners simply shrug ternoon. '. a hoga; 41 head of 1200 cattle, will be sold on day of sale If not the ufteriioou. Hut Anne t'ubot wa their shoulders and refuse to Mr. and Mrs. Jim Tudor were the I Saturday afternon. The scons was j t0 3 in favor of Watlaceton. .sold privately in the meantime. .1 milk cows; 2 grade short noihlii; If not and very inswer. Kuv.w. ui .iir. unit cjicj iau Mr, Dan Botkin celebrated his horn cows; 1 registered yearling short horn bull; 1 four year soon her iixinI calm tniintier returned. This leads a police captain co Sunday. -- 5th. birthday with a bijj dinner Sun-da' old walking horse well broke; 1 three year old walking horse; "IMd you know that Katie, the cook, to recommend the enactment Several guests were present 2 four year old saddle horses, broke; II ponies well broke; left till ntternoon?" "he uknl, look-It- of a law which would enable t Mrs. Geo. Kichardson, of Panola, visiting her parents, Mr. and Mr. and all enjoyed a bounteous dinner. 1 extra good family horse. nt Mr. Hardin; the deportation of any foreign- W. S. Johnson. "iSrarloii, The revival meeting will begin at One 10-2- 0 case tractor and plows; 1 new Deering binder; "Who got thif iio'" gapi-- that lady er who so refuses to divulge Mr. vupper?" spent the Baptist church Sept. 5th. and Mr. Jas. Ogg, 1 new corn binder; 2 manure spreaders, practically new; The "You .such information as may be in the day Sunday with Mr, and Mrs. "J did," Mid the. girl quietly 1 meeting wilt be conducted by Rev. iiubcr separator, 22 in.; l new Apnleton corn smicker; 1 new iv, Mr Gate, who own thu hotel, his possession. A. T. Boss, of Georgetown and ie It would be a good law, and! Paul Ballard. Sr. John Deere wheat drill with fertilizer attachment; 1 good tin known me Iium I wa u little girl, grass seed drill; 1 good lime spreader; 1 good cultipucker; and when lie akel me to help him out it would be even better if it Mr. and Mrs. Arthur K.dd spent will be assisted by Bev. Willie Roger. 1 good roller; .1 good .John Deeru riding plows; 2 good mowI couldn't bear to refu-w- t tiltn. Ilcilde. were rigidly enforced. ing machines; 2 buggies, 1 extra good; 1 Overland cur, six It vva 4 goixl chance for ni to tet Our loose immigration aws cylinder; 2 road carts; fi good wagons: Uuggy-harnes- n and out my college training." fine of you, illow these assassins tocome certainly wa wagon gear of all kinds; :i good ensilage cutters. Small farm- - my"Well, It ald the elder woman, at the nto our midst and disgrace the W 0. RIGNEV W B. DICKERSON .. dear," I J t ing toois ami implements oi an kiikis too numerous to mention. ami time ttithlng an you !" better class of residents from - hr." ' wrist. For Ttirs CaiwratUna HsvcMad Easier By Using ChOd-Hrl- CaskUr. Capital $50,000. Surplus $50,000. Honor Roll Bonk ln Send Them Back. e ' l .'. y. d Jr, A 1 1 1 1 1 1,000 feet 1 inch and inch new galvanized pipe. 2,000 bales No. 1 good hay; 500 hales barley and wheat straw; 300 acres of grass in different bnundries wilt be rented to highest bidden. Terns Liberal mmd ataale known an slay ! salt. X took m plci-- l dones & Henry Baughman EXECUTORS OF ESTATE OF J. K. BAUGHMAN MORELAND, KENTUCKY. ervlce before Anue Cabot The girl ralvil tin ller coffee iot and tiuriM daintily. Tlie girl lluthed, but her eye twinkled a he lifted them to hi. a. "Hotv many lunipT" lit kIu held the ugar tong Kile., wall Ing, making u mol attractive tilcture "Whyer," drawlel the very gmfcl looking youiu limit who at oppoalte m hcrl uud thi tneuultig In hi voir way I hud uuiniaiiikiible, "liy fur it Ut Drat lime tlU u Jut her then ou uw litre appmachel and the coffei) nke, lwv" The man who withholds knowledge of a murder is guilty himself in the eyes of the law. He should be punished, and then deported. We have not invited such people to come to us, and we will not weep if they leave us. If they will not leave of their own accord, they shouid be helped along by the governmental foot. their country. W. 0. RIGNEV & CO. Funeral Oktctors ami EMkalMirs Office Bhoae 18. Retideare Phone 33. Lancaster, Kentucky. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Sspt PAINT 1 . 1921 Machine Work Gash Everybody li thinking of pitting Business on a cash batli. Do you realize how much depends on getting your Machinery repaired promptly? When you have a breakdown you lay, "take it to Conn Droi. Machine Shop." We take pride In helping you. If you sent thli machinery to the city you would pay caih for same including freight both ways, besides waiting some time for the return. Why not show your appreciation of home industry by paying cash. Mrs. "Hires a Woods has returned LICK home after several weeks stay with relative in Lexington. Mrs. W. O. Anderson is on the sick Mr. (Jeorjre Broadus, Sr. spent list. last week with his hrother, Mr. Will Mr. J. N. Denny has returned from Broadus, of Lancaster. a visit to his son, Will, at Smithfirld, Mr Logan Christopher of Somer Seed Wheat, Rosen Northern Rye. set, spent the week-enwith his Barley. Hasltea Jk Farnau. prandfather, Squire Logan Ison. Mrs. Wm. McKinney of Frankfort Mesdames, C. C. Becker and R. R. has been the guest of Mrs. W. B. Swope were the guests of their sister, Roop. Mrs. Ken Mom, of Nicholasvllle. Taint Lick was well represented Mater Walter Durham Morford, at the Boonsboro picnic last Thursof Nlrholasville, spent lnt week day. with Mr. Martin Hrocll and family. Miss Martha Mapin is hrre for n Quite a number from here attended visit to her sister, Mrs. C. B. Lrdford the Silver Tea, at the home of Rev. and family. and Mrs. Oeo. S. Conant, in Wilmorr. Miss Klizabeth McLaln is the atThe public school will begin here tractive guest of her aunt, Mrs. R. Monday, September Mh. Miss Hughs II. Ledford. of Nicholasvllle, will be principle. Miss Virginia Shepherd is spendMr. and Mrs. J. K. Sherrow, and ing this week wth Mrs. Belle Rcs. Mr, and Mrs. John Jackson were Sun- at Kirksrillr. day gueMs of Mr. and Mr?. Martin Mr and Mrs. Underwood and Brogii. daughter, MM Kdna, were in On- Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Grow and chll Innatl, Sunday. drcn, were the guest. Sunday of Mr Mr. ami Mrs. Dont Kelly of and Mrs. Char. Wilson of Nicholas Kansas, are guests of Mr. W ville. W. West and family. d GOOD ferior foodstuffs. MEALS in- SrJ MEAN H3PPV HOMES Hut good meals cannot be prepared from Kvcry housewife knows that. This itort soeciaUzes in two things two very inmportiMit things QUALITY FOODSTUFF'S and POPULAR I'KICKS. They are the things that appeal most to the buyer. Try buying your groceries anil meats from us for a whl'e nnd TIIKSB FACTS WILL SINK IN. A satisfied customer is a mighty good advertisement for .is. Asl; any of them. fcVEKYTHING TO BAT THAT IS GOOD TO BAT. Bell-vill- e, CONN BROS. "Live and Let sni Imm4 W..kly. Payable irirn rii fl.SO The Central Record Ym. Mr. J. Advaac. E. ROBINSON. Editor, im ft L .ELKIN, Local Editor and KnUred at the Pott Office in LanMall caster, Ky., at Second-Clas- s Matter. THE AMERICAN Femn Ad.niK Rim IHE&S ASSOCIATION Mtt. iiyiie and little son. are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs Chas. Tarter in Somerset, and will attend the Fair. Mr. and Mrs. J. Hogan Ballard and Live Mrs. B. C Rose were in Somerset lat week and attended the Dixie Highway meeting. Mr. and Mr. A. B. Swope, Mrs C. M. Dean. Mrs. John W. Ilry.nt. said to be in good condition. Somebody made a mint of Mrs. H. C. Ruble and Mls Elisa M. money when these ships were Ison attended the funeral of Mr. Wm. Ginss Sr., in Nicholasvllle. built at governmental expense, Miss Stella Mae Grow entertained and somebody else will prob Wednesday afternoon at her home in ably make another mint thru Camp Dirk Robinson, at a misccllane ous shower in honor of Mr. Louis their "sale." l he benevolent tax payer W. Broadus. Delightful orange ice, sponge cane and mints were served. foots the bill. The guests included, Me.dames Louis Four hundred and thirty W. Broadus. J. Hogan Ballard. II. C. thousand dollars for ships that Rose, Henry McAfee, W. J. Broadus. Folks." ir Mr. and Mrs. K. L. Woods were m Crab Orchard, Sunday, to visit his iister, Mrs. John Read. Miss Lucile Davis spent this week in Junction City, visiting her aunt. Mrs. lluford Ely ami family. Mrs. Cora Green has acceptid the place in the Antioth assistant school nnd left for that place, Sun Currey & Gulley. SCHOOL SUPPLIES Lucasler, Ij., Stfkakr 1. 1921 cost a thousand millions of dol B. A. Dawes, W. K. lars, more than two thousand Dean, John W. Bryant. iand, times as the price received for Rata For Political AanoaacaatoaU. them. $5.00 For Precinct and City Office How long would a private 10.00 For County Office business enterprise survive if .. 15.00 For State and District Offices. .10 managed in such a loose man For Calls, jut line... per line .. .10 ner. For Cards, President 'Harding turned For all publications in the interest of individuals, or expresGeneral Dawed loose on the sion of individual views, per governmental departments in 10 line Washington. No doubt the .01 Obituaries, per line . dignified department heads and bureau chiefs wriggled and cussed and fumed, but Dawes is an artistic cusser himself and he knows how to wield a prim ing knife. The result was t saving to the tax payers of millions upon millions of dollars DEMOCRATIC TICKET General Dawes is still alive For Stat Seaiater and in vigorous health. J. E. ROBINSON He should be turned loose For Circuit Jadte againthis time upon that ex CHARLES A. HARDIN pensive white elephant known as the shipping board. Commonwealth's Attorney It needs pruning, it needs EMMET V. PURYEAR carving, it needs to be dissected For Rsstreseatativ and put out of business entirely ROBERT H. TOMLINSON, JR. It is too expensive a luxury for For County Judge even the richest nation on J. C. WILLIAMS earth. For County Attorney The cussing general polished GREEN CLAY WALKER off the Washington bureaucrats to a finish, a task which has For Circuit Clerk never been accomplished JAMES B. WOODS, JR. Gulley, Pete Poindcxter, Brown. A. B. Swope. II. C. Ruble, Misses .May me Lee Ballard, Zillnh and Amy Dawes, Bestir Gulley and Margarit and Kathenne Dean. Jee Russel P. Davis. C. M. O. M. More- - Fair Warning The stock law in Buckeye and Ttatersville precinct will be strictly nforced from this day on. L Cobb Classified Column RATES i Single insertions lc a word No ad taken for less than 'J0c in this column. No ads in this column charged. Seven insertions for the price of five. Phone orders must be paid promptly. 2& Practical nuTsing, at Hetlie jviayet. Buena Vista, Ky. For Sale In the next 10 days only, a good gentle pony, and buggy. Safe for children to drive. J. I). Rich WANTED once. .Miss FOR SALE: 120 fresh mountain ewes and 4 bucks. Phone S3. W. S. Carrier, Lancaster, Ky. 1 For Sheriff DAVE SANDERS Deputies, Ashby Arnold, H. D. Lee. For County CUrk SUSS FANNIE DOWDEX For Jailer DAVID ROSS For Magistrate J. II. CLARK R. L. BARKER Farm Wanted: want to hear If any man can create some from party having farm for sale. thing out of nothing we believe Give price ami description. General Dawes can do it. B. it. Howard, Campaign, III. And the shipping board from 80 acres land for FOR the standpoint of, an asset wheat orRKNT also 100 barrels com oats, comes about as near to being for Kale. Mrs. K. Daniels, or nothing as anything we know Mr Frank Phillips, Starfford, Ky. of. l. REPUBLICAN NOAH TICKET him loose. Trot Dawes out again. STRAYKD Give him a knife and turn August 15th, For Magistrate MARSEE, JR. The greater the rampage the better it will be for the overburdened tax payers. To my place about bay mare, with one eye. Owner ran have same by paying all charges. . Russell Bolton I miles on Buckeye pike. WANTKD -- Ull Why Not Trot Out Dawes Again? The United States Shipping Board has come as near to giving Homething for nothing a it is humanly possible to do and yet escape and that, too on a mammoth scale. The board recently contracted to sell two hundred and five wooden ships for $1:10,000. These ships were built during the war at a cost to the government of about $1,000,000,000. The shipping board might as well have given them away. The junk in them ia worth more than the price received for them, although the ships are ill. BJtYANTSVILLE Little Norma ilurm Fnin is To rent farm of lf.O acres tor IV". Have own Will pay money earns and tool. rent or take interest in crop and Ray Ball, tork. quite 1 .3 1 Stanford, R. F. I). 1. Parks and son, of Wheelnght, Ky., are here for a visit to her sister. Mrs. II. H. Led ford and family. Me.dame A. B. Wynn anil R. N. Beasley entertained their Sunday school class at Mrs. Braslrys, Friday afternoon. Mrr. I. II. Shepherd and family. ami .Mist irginia Shepherd, were guests Sunday of Mr and Mrs. C B. Ledford. .Mr and Mrs. Martin Ledford. of Frtnehburg, have purchased part of the Wade Walker farm and are mov ing this week. Mis Mae Curti of of Kirksville hat returned to her home after sev t ral days visit to Misses Cynthia and Ellen Prrwitt. Mr. Marcus Highland and daugft ter .dargurrt ami son. Homer. v( Richmond visited Mrs. G. W. Conn the first of the week. Mrs. J. T. Thompson, Miss Fannie Dowden, and Master Wm. l.ane Wynn spent the day Sunday, in Bert a. with Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Saley. Rev N. H. Young and Messes J. T Thompson, A. B. Wynn and Ballard Sebastian, attended the quarterly meeting at College Hill, Sunday. Misses Madren and Geneva Murphy of Richmond, are attractive guests of Mist Jrviie Mae Hammark ami other friends in this community Mises Mae Curtis, Cynthia and Ellen I'rcwitt, Messrs Luther Curtis and Gobel I'rewitt attended the party at Mrs. Ballards at Preachersvllle Saturday night. Misses Dora and Nellie Scott en tertained delightfully during the week end in honor of their house guests. Misses Alice and Mae Belle Sutton and Mr. E. T. Sutton, of Marksbury. Mr. and Mrs. Dont Kelly, of Kansas, Hon. Wright Keliey of Harlan, Mrs. W. W. West and daughters, Stella and Beulah, were dinner guests Monday of Mr. ata! Mrs. J T. Thompson. Miss Jessie Mae Harnmack entertained at a lawn party last Friday night. Seventy-thre- e guest were present and music and games were the feature of the evening including all the nice cold watermelon they could eat. All reported a delightful evening. It has been reported in Faint Lick that the W. C. T. U. is just a political affair. They wish to announce it is a mistake, either started through ignorance or misunderstanding as the women are very evenly divided,some being republicans, some democrats and some do not claim either side and do not meddle in politics, O. O. Bell-ville, day. Mrs Full Lint Little Red School Hoy le Tablets Fencili, Pen Holders, Composition Books, Erasers, Rulers, Wax Crayons, Ink, and School Bags. Try Our Soft Drinks, Candies and Fruits SANDERS VARIETY CASH STORE We Paj 30cts. per Pounds For Nice Hams 15 cts. per pound for side meat. Buy your Tysnothy, Rye and Barley seed from us aid we can deliver to you on our truck anywhere on pike. We Will pay you the hlghestimarket price for your produce. Phone 32 H. 6. Bailey & Sons THE UNIVERSAL CAR The simplicity of the Fotd car, its stability in construction, the famous heat treated Vanadium steel with its marvelous strength and flexibility, the lowcost of titration and maintenance, its case in operation, all have madc the Ford car the great favorite in every land in the world. It's the one car that always satisfies and serves. A utility beyond question that all can afford. We will he pleased to have your order. Don't delay because the demand Vc have almost every- is heavy all the time. tiling in motor car accessories, sen t lie genuine Ford l'arts, and atsurc the best in mechanical repair work. or 9-- Mr. lilt. V. K. Davit is on the sick Mrs iiendron of Iluckuyc, is of her daughter, Davis. Mr. and Mr. I have opened up a feed ami hitch stable Inthe old Arnold Livery barn and am ready at the on the Public Square horse to take rare of your at a rea W. K. W. H. Whittaker. sonable price. on Southern Optical Company lrarl4 Spectacle Ktyptok (invhublt bifocal lent) Hascldtn Bros Garage. not Interested in nuy car except Ford For thirty days como in and Sunday with Mr. Walter Fain and anything we have at COST. family. If you have the money you Little Miki Klirabrth Hroll spent get it below cost. Still trimming prices and not the week-enwith relatives in N'ich- tomers. J. R. MOUNT & ol&tville. Mr. Herbert Fulucr spent get can cus CO. and Eye Glaitet d Artificial Eyet One Black mule, 4 STRAYKD FOURTH end CHESTNUT, ears old, IS 2 hands high, roman Loulsvilie, Ky. Broadus. oie, bare footed. Last seen in Lau Mr. and Mr. J. Hotran Ballard aster. Will appreciate any informiw were iruests of friends in Lexington, tion regarding same. "See Southern Optical Go's Beoth Sunday afternoon. A. K, Sanders, Phone 17 or 100 at State Fair." Mr. John C. Broadus of I.ancatter, spent the Meekend with Mr. Arch The Central Record. Lancaster Ky., Thursday, Sept Mr. ami Mm. Fd llaker, Mr. and Mis Mary Chesnul is visiting re la. Mrs, W. 11. Harrison, Mr. Knbert tivra in Danville. Long and Miss Flo Tate attended Mrs. Mattle Duncan ir rprnding a the Ilrodhead Fair Thursday. week at Graham Springs. Mr and Mm W. II. Harrison and Mlv.es Fannie Writ and Amanda family returned to their home in Lud. Jjw Tuesday after spending two week Anderson were In Danville, Monday THoM Wt Aft Inlf fttltd In QdRfl with Mrs Hnrrlson'a sister, Mm, Kd Miss Inex Hay is visiting Mr. nnd Hnk.r Mrs, Smiley Hill, in Frankfort, this Mis Mur.lt e I .ear was hostess to a week. Mix Helen Gulley is visitlnir Mi delightful card party Thursday afterRIcsj In Itlchnioncl, Misti Mamie Stapp has rrturnid noon nt her home on Lexington Ave. from a visit to Miss Marie Coy, In Mr. Ci. U. Cmushorn left Thursday After the a two course menu Klrksville. was served. lor New York City. Miss Marjory Hallicu, of Stanford, Mill Inn liny left Monday for n Mr. Arthur Youns; ami daughttr, Mrs. Joe few day lvit in Frankfort. Ida Mae, attended the Ilrodhead is the gurst of her cousin, I 1921 We are Knowing a beautiful line of Gosaip About People Mr. Wm. F. Miller wat In Lexington several days this wtek. Mrs. Calvin Nevius and two hand-som- e sons were In Iainrastcr last Thursday, the guest of Mr. ami Mrs. A. H. Ilastin. Mr nnd Mrs. lst HATTERS PLUSH SAILORS with velvet racing. Alio a number of Novelty SalloralH Kid and Velvet combinations which are very attractive. J. N, Drown who have been visiting Mrs. Drowns parents, Mr. and Mrs. J G. Hurnside, during the summer, will return to Louisville this week. Mrs. Tom Dunn, and Mist Nan Dunn, of Fort Worth, Texas, who has been visiting Mn. Will Ilauhgman, left yesterday to visit Mr. anil Mrs. (Jcorge Robinson in Lancaster. Dan- FRANCISSiVITH 6 Fair. Mls Virginia Mtrcdlcth ac- Francis, ville Messenger. Mn. Allle Thompson wa the wtek-rti- companied them home far n fiw Miss Angle Kinnaird, Mr. and guest nf Mr nnd Mn. A. II. Miss" Laura Dunn.of Lexington, weeks visit. LOUISVILLE NASHVILLE Mrs. Ilobirt Kinnnird were visitors RAILROAD Hrown. Misses Helen Culley, Hazel Champ Danville, Tuesday. ROUND TRIP , II. in The many friends of Mr. J. and Margaret Klliott, all of Lancni-terMr. Jolifl Miilsee, of Louisville, Kinnaird regret to know thai she had Ml compote a pleasant house party Martha Ileitis has rt turned has been the guest of Mr. Gtorge the misfortune Saturday to fall nnd from Lexington, where he attended being entertained by Mis Carolyn Swinebroad. sprain her ankle, causing her very Ilutiners College. Rice on Summit avenue. Richmond 1N( H MMt WAK TAX Register Mm, IKixabtth Hughe tul Mr. much Kim. Hallnrd and Miss .Mr. Georg LANCASTER TO LEXINGTON J. W. Aery have btcn recent visitor Mr. and Mm. T I.. Wall and dnugh-te- Amanda Andenon Visitisl Mrs. Leslie The delightful bridge party Miss In Marksbury. ACCOUNT Mis Margaret, and Mis Frances llruner, latt wok. Marilee Lear gave Thursday afternoon was n compliment to Mis MarMr, i:. I.. OwIey left Sunday for Handlbo, who have been truest1 of Matter Robert LillarJ Culley ha garet Faulconer, of Hillsboro, Ohio, nd Mrs. William Lear left Monday for a vliit in Louisville, Danville, returned from n visit to his aunt Mrs. and Mrs. Herman Russell Waylaml, Portsmouth, Ohio. Nlcholssvlle. J. W. Jomr, In Louisville. Oklahoma. of Wilson, This was Ticket? on snle Sept 1th to ttth inclus'r'e. nnd for trains Mrs. Myrtle Hrewer, Mis Hessie Mr. Vnl Cook, of Danville, spent Mrs. Hm Wood has n turned from among the number of lovely enterUrewrr, and Mr. liowiuan Hrcwcr, the week end with hi iCiieiliilnl to arrive in Lexington before noon Sept 10th. tainments that have been given in of Lebanon, have been the guest of a nut to her mother, Mrs. Dora Mr. K. I.. Owsley. honor of these charming Lancaster Ticket ioml for return to rencli Lancaster before midnight Mrs. ItrewurV niitrr, Ms?. Terrill Wheiler, In Junction City. visitors. Mr. Henry Simson and daughter, Layton and Mr Lavton. Septemlier 12th Mrs. Mary Lutz and Mim Ktta Klisabrlh have returned from a few Mr nnd Mr. Hen Woodi enterFor further or detailed information, apply to local nficnt. week-envisitors in Miw Van Greenleaf, who hat been Robinson, were days stay in Lexington. tained at dinner Sunday at their visiting her aunt, Mrs. F.mma Knuf. London and attended the Fair. on Danville room avenue. The Mr. nnd Mr. Theodore Currt-- will fmitn, left Monday for n few day Mrs. I. Fickeisen and Col. Joe Has- tabic had for its center piece a bowl move thi week to their pretty new visit in Itlchmond before going to elden, of Crab Orchanl Springs, have filled with pink roses, and a delicHome News Magazines. bungalow on Maple avenue. Cunston Hall, Washington, I). C been recent visitors in Lancaster. ious four course menu was served for' I urn prepared to tnke orders where she will hold n chair this year Mlit Flo Tnte of Somerset him following guests, Mr. and Mr. From Over Mrs. - K. Herron and two children to the any and ah magai.ne.s nnd would ap-- J home after n pleasant viit C. I' Hradford anil son, of CincinMisses June nnd Mnry Doty en Hos and Sadie, bnve rt turned after my friends. preemte such favor from Following good results obtained in with her cousin, Mn. Kd linker. and tvrtained with nn elegnt dinner Fri several w ckr st.ny nt Tftxhnm Springs nati, Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Mrs. Dolly Urov.n other years, P It. ami R. S. Austin, three children and Rev. Hix, of Herea on Richmond MIri. Mary LuU returned home riuy at their home farmers, arc planGood advice is a thing of great W'tbV.er County Klmore Miss Verna Ross, of Klrksville. Mr. Little Mis Klifubeth delicious four course Monday after several days visit to street. A ning to fatten their hogs for the Harroib-burg-. hi en visiting and Mrs Sim Wheeler ami son, nf value that few people core to pick up. has friends and relatives in London. inenue was served to nbout eight of market by hogging down corn und Mn. tattle Ander- Nina, Mrs. Dora Wheeler and Mr. her guests. If it be true that we pass, from soybeans this fall. The work will be Joe Wheeler, of Junction City. son. Mr. Jnrk Casey and luiby, Hetty death into life again, why should we conducted as a demonstration by the Miss France' Handlbo, of Detroit, Mf Klvane, have returned from a visit Mrs. J. N. Hrown of Louisville, be afflicted with all of the discom- two farmer who are cooperating with Mr. nml Mn. J. W. Jones have rewith Michigan, spent the week-entn Pari and Crab Orehard Spring. County Agent Lloyd K. Cutler. Mlm Handlbo turned to Louisville After it visit to who is visiting her parents, Mr. and fort of dying? Mrs. William Lear. ;. Hurnside at "Spring CotSnIHe Lttu and Jamas T. i the popular society editor and a her parents, Mr. ami Mrs. A. C. Mrs. J Mt Seven boy are now candidates for We can not understand why mi tage," was hostess at bridge on last with tkmr nstteil story writer of the Detroit Miles. Clark, pent the week-en- d McCracken Tuesday evening. Those enjoying many parents object to their chil- the team to represent routin, Karle ("lark, on the Lexing- News. Misses Minnie Mae IIolniiMtn and Mr. Hrown hospitality were; Mr. j dren bobbing their hair. It effects County in the junior livestock judgton I'ike. ing contest to be held at the State Mrs. H. A. 11. Marktbury. Mn. Het- - Katie Hnrnes Diekenon. attended the naviu a i nomas, .Mrs. j. t.. r.imore, quite i ftv,ng ,n soap. I..ir, September M, under the direct- MessM Claude ('Mn and Cecil tie l.andram, Mrr. Lout l.mnlram dance in Stanford. TtitwlBy even- Mlis Kdnn Herkele, Miss Mnry Klmore - of the College of Agriculture, II. Marksbury. at ing. Mlts Charlie Klmore. Mr Hradlcy W. Hmry have returned from n month' Mr. and Mr. I'. . cjrlmg to a report of County visit in Ohio, Illinoss. Indiana and tended the revival services held by Mr. and Mrs, J. C. Itarneuie are Ilourne, of Lexington, Mr. John R. Agent J R. Bird. Dr. Woiderwolf hi Danville Sunday I.ulivll!e. guests Scott, Miss Mnrtha Gill, Mis Helen expected this wtek to he night. Purebred animal it arc replacing K. Robinson, Mn. of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Itarntide at (ill, Mrs. Joseph Mr. Stephen Walker and daughscrub stock on many Craves County Russell Wuyland of Arkansas, and "Spring Cottage." Mm. Jennie Henry nnd children ter, Gcorgctta, huvr retuniel from '- -r Mist Annie K. Arnold, of Alabama.! i.s, according to a report of Coun- a visit to Mr. lien D. Hemdon in Jaines Milton and Louise, have reAgent It. H. Mitchell. R. T. Mr. Gabe Walter ha recently opDanville. turned home after a tlx weeks viit ened a pool room Thr closing of a successful and W. L. Thurmond have been in Fans nnd is doto friends and relatmw in Tuscola ing fine. John Walter of the Lancaster Play grounds trie latest farmers to join the moveMinnie Joint .1 him v. a ICev. It. It. Noel and Ml-and Villa drove 111 , und Indinnaiwhs there this week. marked Friday afternoon with ment for better stock, these two purWood's, of Stanford, are guest of and Sparksvllle, Indiana. a very enjoyable picnic on the school' chasing purebred hogs. Mr. and Mrs. James Wood, on the Mr. and Mrs. Riley Rogers of Wtstj campu.s, where .sixty-mrchildren Mis Angle Kinnaird, Miss Jose Richmond road. The first car of sheep to be shipLancaster, were the guetts of Mr. nnd tevcra! club members enjoyed phine Hurnside und Mim Liicilte Sut and ped cooperatively by the McCracken Mn. T. K. I'nee of Danville, Sat- the afternoon. (lames, twinging", Rev. and Mrs. Harry Hudion ton w ill lruve Saturday for Indiana County sheep Urcedcr' Association lopeumping, and tug of war were today from a threw weeks polls where Mls Kinnaird will teach urday and Sunday. brought the top price on the Louisthe stunt. After two hours of play visit in Flemlngsburg, Sharpshurj? and M ! TtriucmMi Miss Lena Suttun and Hunnijle will Young, our efficient the woman' club erved sandwiches, ville market, according to County and Springfield. ont sack of take a course in the School for the Linotype operator is spending her va- pickles, cheese, tomatoes, banatinas, Agent J. R. Rird, who cooperated cation this week In Cincinnati, the take and ice cream cone. The rewith the farmers in forming the Mr. Maurice Thompon has re- Deaf at that place. CCNUINE guest of relatives. organization. turned to hl home in .St. Joseph Mo. gret that the play ground season is Mr. and Mrs. Milton Ward, Mr. after two week visit with frirnda Tom Ward, Mrs. C H. Henry und The highest- - price rnm sold at the The many friends of Mrs. John K. at a close was shown on a'l hands by and relatives here. rtcent sheep sale held under the Clark and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Koth Stormes are sorry to know she has the children, and even the dirtction of the Livestock Exchange Clark from Hurgin, Mr. and Mrs. been quite tick this wtek and hope Mil Verna Ho, who has been the at Louisville was, purchased by an K.I.I dark and Mr. and Mrs. T T for a speedy recovery. guest of her aunt, Mr. Hen Woods Oldham County farmer ami is expectThere ,Will be a home coming at ami Mr. Woods, left Monday for her I'ollard, were Sunday guest at the Mr. A. D. McCrath of Fimburg. the Old Rush Hranch church at Hubed to play an important part in imhome of Mr. and Mrs. Will Clark. home In Mrkiville. TOBACCO Kansas, Normal College, is spending ble next Sunday September, 4th. proving the sheep In that eountp, acHev. and Mrs. K. It. Hourland, Mr the week with hit uncle, J S. Wat-kin- There will be dinner on the ground cording to a report of County Agent Mrs. Tom Dunn und Miss Nunnie on the Danville pike. (iordon B. Nance. ami everybody i cordially Invited. Dunn, of Furt Worth, Texas, aru visi- anil Mrs. Sam Haselden attended the ting Mrs. George II. Robinson and dedication of the handsome Christian Mr. and Mrs. Ware McUoberts of Sunday. Church. In LnwreiH-ehurMisses Fannie and liettie Weit. The former pastors of the church Atlanta, Ga., are expected for a visit J George Herry m in Danville, were invited to be present and Hev to their parent. Mr. and Mrs. R. K. ( McRoherts, on Danville avenue, Stanford, Crab Orchard, Iiourland was among them. and Nlcholasville last week and Mr and Mr. A. C. Mile visited Miss Mat McClary, of Pittuhurg, teporti trade fair Lexington Herald Pa., Miss Kdnu Smith, of Corbin, Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Noel, in MadiMrs. 'J. K. Robinson entertained Mrs. A. C. Hill, of Louisville, Mrs. son county, and attended the Tates few friend at her home on Lex W. O. Martin, of Stanford nnd Messrs Creek Association nt Giles.!. ington avenue Thursday afternoon. Jess Wnlter and Walter Milburn, of Mr. nnd Mrs. J. II. Hiurne, Mis The affair was a very pleasant one. Louisville, have been recent guests Virj;ie Ilourne and Mr. Woolfolk. of Missel Mayme and Kthel Waller. Mrs. Utile Richardson. Mis Helen spent the week-end- , with Mr. and Hoblnson, Mr. and Mrs. It. H. Henry, Hon. and Mr. John II. Fleming of Mm. Ilrndley Ilourne, at Vt railles. of Lexington, spent Sunday with Mrs. lloulder, Colorado, have been recent Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Watkins, Mr. A. J, C Robinson, on Richmond street, guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Smith Mrs. Fleming, who was Mist Hesitc McCrath, of Kansas City, Mu and Miss Heme Alfred and Mi." Her-th- n Stodghill, of Danville, is well known Guy Wntkin spent several days at Veatch nf Louisville, nnd Mist here having visited her sister, the Somerset, Ky., returning Monday. Mollle Dnugherty of Stanford, were Mrs. Will Hopper. Mr. Fleming Mr. and Mr. WeiJey Dickeron are visitor of Mr. Ja Tucker, last week. late is the uncle of Mrs. Ceo rye Smith spending several days in Cincinnati Mr. and Mm. John Cook, daughter Mr. nnd Mrs. M. D. Long enter and purchasing fall nnd winter goods and niece, of Lexington, spent SatThursday in honor for the firm of J. K. Dickerson and urday und Sunday, with Mr. Ja tallied at dinner of Mr. and Mrs. Wnrron Mnthews Son. Tuker nnd family on Itichmond tt. and sou, Kenneth, (' Clearwater, Mr. George I). Robinson leavt! ,1 till .nr. i. I. iienipniii, 01 iniragi-- , I . Kansas. Other guest present were today for Washington City, w.ier. ' expected Saturday to spend labor Mr .mid Mrs. J. W. Sander nnd chil he will visit her brother Horace 1 dny Sunday with hit mother at the dren, Mr. Joe Kelley and daughter, Walker and her son Alexander Rob ' home of hli mint, Mm. Margaret Cur-rr- Miss Lillian, nnd .Mr. and Mrs. Knilt iiuori. Long. Hoblnson, on Hichniond street. Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Hrown and M. Annie Kutherine ami Vincent Arnold ...... i.... ..t ii.i of Mr. and Mr. C. F, Chenault, of) il $3.89 EXCURSION FARE r, BLUE GRASS FAIR grund-mothi- d y Farm and I- Kentucky. !rl rrand-rnothe- d te Li-g- af if ed 50jQirfciiittfs r "BULL DURHAM J g Lan-uiit- Supplies WE HAVE THEM. DRUG FIRST THOUGHT IN DRUGS. SCHOOL 1 I ii y ' "2 "O Richmond. Mr. and Mr. Robert Culley und laughter, Miss Heinle, Mr. and Mr. Jess (Jul ley and children of Camp Dick Robinson, have been rccunt guests of Mr. and .Mr. A. C. Mile und Mr. and Mr. Hubert Carter 3JOJI lllf) ) Jiiiop A JO AO 001 0X 9Af !A XBp uo oriA BJUOD J9A9 pUi MOiJOUIOX Rulers Pencils Pen Holders Pen Points Mucilage Crayola Water Colors Liquid Paste Dictionaries Book Satchels Dinner Baskets Etc Pencil and Ink Erasers Composition Loose Leave Note Book Tablets Ink Crayons f jiiuj put sijpuc3 'peajg qsaj j 0000 ONIHlAUaAS 9JO;9 AVM 3111 Arnold who ha been spend. ng her vacation with her ulster, Mr. Joe Francis, will leave thii week for Colurudo Spring, Colo., wht re sue will take up hor duties In the ichool for the Deaf. M. Allie STORMES ISbi LMabliahcd 1853 STORE Phone 39, Lancnster, Ky The Central Record. Lancaster. Ky.. Thursday Sapt M' Cart" "' The American Liml f"d Prather. W. M. S. met Thursday. Of Kentucky. i Mr-- J 1 , 1 92 1 D regular meeting, I will sell at the Orphan Him TriW. To Not4 Tan. Court House door in Lancaster, Ky., or Will II. Ll.Md Each All beginning .it one o'clock, on Grey enamel ware coistitliig of Saul's 07, MONDAY, SEPT IBTH., 1921 New York (Associated Press) An the follow in reil estate for tae TEA KETeighteen-foo- t candle that can be burn due the City of Linc.Mter. The name of those paying before ed every All Soul' day for 5,000 time will be stricken from this list. year i being made here n a "Han Franklin told Paul Jones, to Enrico Caruso from the in AND COMBINETS J. A. BRATTON, M. C L. statement runs, the Commander m iles of in orphan home to which (way bark In ((evolutionary times) the Metropolitan Opera tar contribuWhite 'If you want a thing done, gu and All new good and you take your choice for ted $10,000 a year for many yearn, Burnside, Mike. 1 lot, yeir l'JJO do It; if nut send." If the It will he placed in the church of the of Kentucky want If you ar troubled with pain, of dicrs and Msdonna of Pompeii at Naples. Italy ache; feel tired; have headachy Clark, Jin lot. UJD IS.'JS. anything done, the same wise saying Antom.t AJelto, maker of the ran Elkin. T. C. lot, t'Jlrt $7.60; t'JJO goe for .their present cae. If they indigestion, uisornnia; painful pas die, his erected a derrick tri hi shop ago of urine, you will find relief in UUG. wnnt the Legion to be heard on Ad Hihhrd, Emeu, 1 lot. 1020 110..15, by mean of which the candle I dip. Justed Compensation, disabled men's ped thrice dally in boiling tallow Lear, Gee, I lot, 1'JSO It Immigration, the rstiof, Americanism, while they last. See display in our window Murphy. E. I... 1 lot. UCiO M.t, wil be completed in ten week, and protection of our government from will weigh about 1.000 noundt We are selling the beat oil stove made, at scditionists, military policy or other CttorJ List Mr. AJello has figured that the ean ntlvty of the American Legion, they UM.i $l.C0j die would burn continuously for thirArnold. Lucy, 1 lot. cost, satisfaction guaranteed. must come to the Lexington Conven 102011.25. teen yeir and seven months. wofU'j tion of the Legion September ll Th bli.UjfsMnJsrl r.oitr (tf kidney. Adam. Heirs Mary. 1 lot. HMD anj uH:acil troubU. nj Ii.r, The ones who attend will be the ones National Ktm.ir of MiJUnJ .Inc. 1 1.20 Big who will make up the mind and the Tbr. sis.s .II druggist. OuannLaJ. Adam. Belle. I lot. It" I'J $1.13. Lack It Ik. ' W CVJ M.I.I Evidence to refute the h.irgi will of the American Legion In Ken Bland Wm.. 1 lot. I'.MH $2.2, UlH i latluifaa ul m sometime. made by uninformed peo urky. ii you are not mere, or re$1.12. J2.U3; VJiQ it will make no difference Boatright Arch, t lot. 1918 2.d2; le thit I'ol.ind China are not nro MARKSBURY lltlc. continue to pile up, This time what you think or believe about what -- 3 3.S: 1J20 $1.37. 1010 ltu-l Walter of Jetmorr. the Legion is doing or will or should 13.00, it is J . 10U' Mis Kos.i Aldridire i quite sick Burnside Mary. 1 Kan., who rport a fall yearling gilt do, and you will have no right to 1020 $3.00. at th writing. bred to a Gerstdate Jones boar, Black grumble if your ideas are not fol MT. HEBRON Mr. N. J. Gosney Is recovering Brown. Wm., 1 lot. 1110 $3.75; Monster 322117, that farrow ed lowed. See i. that your Pot 1 020 thir $3.25. from a spell of pneumonia. Positively no fox hunting or hunt- 01 Beax'ey. M.. I lot. $MJ3, teen pigs. As the mother had but Mrs, W .L. Grow Is Improving ami community Is represented by a Mr. John U.iy of Poor Itidge, spent twelve te its. it wa necewary to rUe delegate or delegate, who will attend 1020 $1.12. of any character or trespassing on j slowly. one iiay week twin .ir. Jonn one of the youngsters on cow's milk, or better come yourself. t lot 1910 Any violator will be $1.13. our farms. Burdott. Leli, Mis. Christine Roger., of Danville, Mr. T. U and Master Bice Broad- - Crawford Silas. I lot, 10 M $2.25; but at the present time they are all prosecuted. Lexington, hy., Uwing to ar is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. V. L. rrom a Teceni alive and kicking Swine World 1010-- - $1.50; 1020 W. S. Embry, W. A. Price. T. J. $3.00. rangements having been perfected us have recovervil Grow. lines. 1 Doty. Jerry. Sr.. Price, Ed and N. 0. Price, Fisher I lot. 1018 $1.80; for a Great Keunlon of the "Old When experience n to be the teach Mr. Thos. Crank bought of Mr. Mis. Emnu Holme of Crab Or Herring, Crit Meadows, Ansel Mea1019 $2.03, 1020 $1.80. er there are few who ore to learn mules, First Kentucky" in Lexington on the chard has been visiting Miss Deane Doty, 1 lOl.-- i dows, John Collier, J. S. Schooler, j Humphrey Soper a pair of Harrison, $5.25; lot. 1st and 2nd of September, during the 1910 $5.25. Joe Criscillis. J. M. Criscilli. Robert j price $200. The nuesAon of cleaner money Strte Convention of the American Hunter Mr. Spencer Scott who ha been Legion, General Roger I). Williams, Speake, George Conn, does not interest us to any great ex kind Doty. Ernest, 1 lot. $3.1H. Jim Conn, Purina Chickrn Henry Arnold, Marion Johnson, W. suffering intensely with a carbuncle who formerly commanded the Old in th checkerboard sscks. Hud. Dunn Heir Allen. 1 lot. 19IS tent What we want to know U $3.75 E. WhiUker, Tom Conn, J. M. is improvin. when we are going to get more of it son at rarnau. First has posponed a Meadow. W. T. King, John Rich, Mis Zelda Onstott returned home trip to China which the General had Mr. Patrick Day and daughter. Faulkner. Frink. 1 lot, tOH, $1.50; Good enough! The Ut esemption 1019 $1.40; 1920 $1.50. Sam Rich, J. C. Conn and J. F. with the Misses Hottzclaw, at plcnned some weeks In advance for of Somerset, have been viitlng Mr. figure is to be $2,600 net year, and Floyd, Jack. Adams, R. L. Amold. I 19 1H $3.00, lot. Creek. the purpose of visiting his son, Cnpt. nnd Mrs. Kyle Ison. by dint of extreme prodigality the 1919 -- $S 00; 1920 $3.00. (Other names will be added upon Roger D. Williams. Jr.. U. S. A.. Mr. Tk E. Thompson and hi mother poor man may he able to keep hw net Mis Blanch Montgomery spent the payment of 25 cents.) Grant. Mattie. 1 lot. 1920 $t.S7 In order .Mrs. Lewis Thompson, are spending last week with her aunt, Mrs. l.and-ra- stationed at Pekin, China, mcimr within that figure W H. 1 lot. 19H (tf.) Harris. $5.H2: to be present nt the reunion In Lex- this week at Georgetown. Burdette. 1919 $rt.25, 1920 $t,.75. ington. Tuesday Hood Mr. W. L Doolin left M. S. Mr. Center bought from different Susm. 1 lot, 19H $2.0$ EXCURSION Ky., At the annual to attend the Somerset fair and to Harman, Louisville, parties some fat cattle at 5 !,. and Annie. 1 lot. 1919 $1 10; meeting of the Jefferson Post No. IS, visit relatives of that place. 1920 $2.50. and 6 cents per pound. HATFIELD CINCINNATI, O., in Louisville, twenty delegate and Mis. Jewel Huffman and brother Huffman, Harry. Jot, 1919 $3 75 Whaat MicMlinsjs. Rr. Midaliass. alternates were elected to represent Olive, have been visiting Master 1 DENTIST t919--$- 3 75, Parley M.al, Ballardt Bran, Mised the post at the Third State Conven- - Cecil anA Little Miss Klzaheth Broad- - Harris. Susan. r,r,. lot, , OsTU 192016 Th. Garrarsl Baak. 4k Farnau Huhson tion in Lexington, Sept. 1st. and 2nd. us. Harlan. Howard. 1 lot, 1019 $3 00;i Ptsaa Otic. 3. R.tUaaca 376. via AdThe consolidated school of this stand in favor of the National Mr. Wm. Blank entertained a LANCASTER. KENTUCKY place will begin Monday, Sept. Gth. justed Compensation and Instructed few friends ut dinner for Miss Fanny Harvey. Mary. I lot, 1919 -- $2 78, itf delegates accordingly. The poi good dinner was served also fruit $3.15 L. $3.15 Every child is urged to be present. t 1920 $2.(52. expects Its baseball team to be one end melon were enjoyed. Johnson, Wm. H.,3 lots, 19trt $7 87" Messrs. Jas. Mayrleld of Cincinof the two championship Sunday, 11, 1921. nati, and Sam Mayfleld of Lexing- team., to contend for thedistricts Mr, and Mrs. Everette Huffman Johnson. Sarah. 1 lot. 19181150: State 1919 lfi.00; 1920 $7.60, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Huffman and Mr. ton .were in this locality last Wed- Championship on the second day Exctashre. of Special tram will MV. Um nesday. Maisey, of Illinois, will arrive soon Kennedy, Jane, 1 lot, 1918 ft 87; the convention on Stoll Field and a OptMMtrist 1919. $3.00; 1920 $3.76 Mr. and Mrs. Tom Broadu. castor S:2t A. M., rsjturmag At the business session of the great representation of the post will to visit I.eavel. hllen. 1 lot. 1918 $4,87 -will Imv Fowtk St SUUm, church on Saturday afternoon, Rev. be on hand to root for the local team. Misse Alice Sutton, Emily Bourne Mayfleld. Andy. 1 lot. 1918 $3.37. ( J JtabPJ 1 UbAI . Mae Bell Sutton and Mr. E. L. Sutton CiaciMMti :30 P. M. SUaiarJ Manly present pastor, was called for I 191913.38; 1920 $0.(12. CtlcMr week end guest of Miss were the BUCKEYE another year. Hossrs 1 u 12 ! 1 la ft tBB. TitM, 7t30 P. M. Cky lot. 1918' " Dora Scott at Paint Lick, and at- Meritt. Heir Wm.. Mrs. R. L. Tracy and little son, $187; 1920 $1.87. Far furtsW tWavrntiM cm a party given by Miss Scott Mr. and Mr. Oscar Ray and family tended Middleton, Sam, 1 lot. 1920 $5.25. and Mrs. Maggie Tracy were with ult Local Tick AfmL Saturday evening. Morgan, John, 1 lot. 1920 $5.01 Mr. and Mrs. Tim Ford at Lexing spent Sunday at High Bridge. A correction in last weeks letter. The wisdom of the wise man does ton, Saturday night and Sunday. Wk.at, Roa.n Northern Rsa, The X member did not send a dona-io- n Owens. Charlie. 1 lot. 1918 $3,75, 1919 $8.02. not always protect him from the Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Thompson en. Scad BrUjr. Hudson A Farnau of f 18.00 for the birthday offer- 'erkin. Sam, 1 lot. 1918 $,3l; .FUNERAL DIRECTOR foolishness of the fool. familrtl; of tertained Sunday, the Mrs. Cardia Mullfinger of Pari ing, but about that amount was re1920 $(3,37. Ofllc. Over National Bank. Messrs. Earnest, IL R., and M. L. visited Mrs. Mai Carter last week. ceived by the treasurer, while several Socks have no visible means of t, erkins, Henry, 1 lot. 1920 $2.25. Montgomery and Misses Lucille and ;Reidenc. I'hone 3. Office Phone 27 X member did send an offerMr. and Mr. Warren Mathers and of the says a brother editor. But that Hoblnson, Lige, 1 lot 1919 $5.or,. Jewel Huffman. LANCASTEB. KY. son, of Clearwater, Kansas, visited ing. depends upon the sex. Bobinson. Geo,, 1 lot $5.37. 1919! Mr. and Mrs. Willard Wilson and relatives here last week. Mr. Hoe Aldrtdge of mature $6.30. There isn't a person in this town three daughters, of Lexington, reRobt Carter and age, died Monday morning at five Kobinson Arthur, 1 lot. 1910 $5 25. Mr. and Ml-- . who eats three square meals a day. turned home after a week's visit famly visited Mr. and Mrs. R. Z. Price o'clock, at the home of Mr. Robert Sneed, Mdton, 1 lot, 1918, $4.12. They are always scrambled. with Mr. und Mrs. A. S. Dean, and near Paint Lick, last week. rox, after a lingering illness of sev- Tevis. Allie M. 1 lot. 1918 $2 02. VETERINARIAN. It requires brains to keep pace to- other relatives here. Mr. and Mr. Mai Carter and fam- eral month. Miss Aldridge had Williams, James, 1 lot. 1918 $ 1.60.1 Messrs. R. L. und Let Barker, J. ily visited Mr. and Mrs. Harrison many friends in the community and 1919 $5.70; 1920 $3 00 Calls Answsr.d Promptly D.r day. And possibly that accounts for was a member of Pleasant Grove Yantis, Heir l'.M'i- - i J.ine. 1 lo bo many people ambling along at I. Crawford, Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Este in Lancaster, Sunday. Nifkt. I'Kon. !7 church, in high standing. .She leaves Montgomery and Mr. and Mrs. Ed night. $H0 1920 $4 80 Mr. T. O. 1111 and Mr. Lirzie father, Mr. (Jeo, Aldridge , a LANCASTER K' V Grow, attended the South District Walker are spending several days in Miss Grace Aldridge, n brother iter Mr. Association which convened at Deep Madison county, with relative. Jim aldridge, all of this place. She Creek, Mercer County, Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Branson Locker, The men of this community have lecelved new of the birth of a daugh was buried in the Lancaster cemejust finished working the County ter at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Alex tery. Koud from Sunnyside to Lock 8. Sanders, at Midway, 135 Mr, Hunter Bay has made a fine To Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Sanders and overseer as this is the best dirt road See Culling: Methods daughter, Mr, and Mrs, Lewis Noel, in this part of the county and is a Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Carter, spent More than 135 Oldham county credit to some of our pikes. Sunday at Crab Orchard Spring. proper method of culling their poul. Naylor Phone 823-J- . Prof. Louis B, Hay of Oklahoma, farmers were recently shown the John Lewis, the 1 1 year old son anil Mrs. J. A. Meece of Tuscola, 111. try tlocks by attending eight demonof Mr. and Mrs. Arnie Naylor, died I.ave returned to their home after strations held by County Agent GorMRS. HALLIE SWEENEY at their home -- near Orchard Grove, u visit to their mother, Mrs. Alice don B. Nance In cooperation with the Friday, after a short illness of typ- Ray. extension dlvison of the College of hoid fever. After funeral services CARRIE BOULDEN Preaching Saturday at .'1 o'clock, Agriculture. The attendance at varat the church, conducted by Kev. ious demonstration which were held 1 1 o'clock. Bap. Sunday morning at B, A. Dawes, the body Daivllle, Ky. ai laid to Sue Shelby o'clo.k, Sunday School at in different communities of the counrest in the Mt. Hebrit Cemetry tiling at 3 ty ranged from seven to .15 poultry evening Loan Agent Matrimony the logical state of The family have the heartfelt sym .1:30 and preaching Sunday raisers and averaged about 10. A 7 o'clock. man and women, but without money Court House Luucuster. Ky. pathy of their relativs anil friends ut a result of the culling work a number Prof, anil Mrs. Hobert Price and here. of farmer and poultrymen in thu It soon become a hellof.tstate. son, have returned home aiter a county ure expected to cull their visit with Mrs. Price'. parents, Mr. tlocks to eliminate the hen that have and Mrs. Henderson Sander at stopped laying. it ex-s- SPECIAL SALE BUCKETS. DISH PANS, TLES Mr Dav Long led the meeting. There were Ky., Maurice Madisonville, pre Gordon. State Commander if Th eleven member and rive visitors Legion, In n statement ad rnt. Mrs. HobU Broadu. Mr, lllr American Mrs, Wal dressed to the Officer of Kentucky am Ray, Mr. A. C Miles, Posts today, calls attention to the ter Grow, Mr. Nora Tester, Misse fact that the only way for the pro Mnry Kurtx and Sallle Lou Teste had splendid reading. Mr. Charlie ram of the Legion and the v.'ce men to go forward is for the Grow will lead the next meeting. Legionaire and men to unite and push it. K City Property Sale CARUSO CANDLE For Delinquent Taxes Will Burn Thirteen Years By order of the City Council at DONT men-orl.- DESPAIR COLDMEML ex-s- 69cts. . 1 1 U. Boodloe & Walker Bros Her Litter - ki Attention Hunters 1 1 ut I FrdTh d Gil-ber- ts 1 and return Fd. or AN. Sept J. J. Byrne mutm 1W) Ullf Ht!. Sd J. A. Beazlev sup-por- Or. Printus Walker .L-X- MONEY FOR RENT Oldham Farmers Two Farms near, Loan On Bryantsville.Ky.i Farms Maun WHEN THINKING OF A NEW CAR DON'T FORGET THE Studebaker TIE LEADING CAR OF TEE OAT. CMOWELL DISTRIBUTORS. i ARNOLD DANVILLE. KY Ky. r. und Mrs. Hiram Buy, Mr. Nora Teuter, Misses Ethel Uay und Sallie Lou Teuter, spent Saturday with Mr. and Mr. Walter Humphrey ct Orchard Grove. Dan Ray told two hogs to Henry Dun ut 9 cU per pound. Hiram Ray sold tome to V, A. Lear ut H 2 ct and Mrs. Lora Noel tome to V. A. ct per pound. Lear at H Mr. Phil Prathor, and M grand-daughte- r. Mitt BcuUh Prather, have returned to their horn in Illinois, after several welu visit with Mr. Farm on Booties Creek 5 miles from Lancaster, containing 33 acres. Good house, barn and orchard. All in grass. Terms liberal. Clarence Beazley, Lancaster, Ky. A FOR SALE Rubber Tireing I have just received supply of the Best Grade of Guar, atccd Rufctcr Give . wakes tff fertfcrUf for IM.00. ml will rubbor yuur buggy Phone 187. yourself. m. trial ami satisfy CONN CONN s K N Lar.caator.'Ky The Central Rtrcord. Lancattsr, Ky. Thursday, Sapt I. 1921 MONCY TO LOAN oR'goo4 city tfeaerty. Pay Nek oa weekly or Monthly liitallaieati. eluded her maiden voyage at the! port of Buenos Ayrrs. The post of i the Legion there and irovemmrnt! officials held a nceptlon for the' American liner crew. (1 The J. Lmcistir Building & ASSOCIATION, President Loan Tm. E. ItOUINSON, Wm. S. HOI'I'KH, Scc't, & ktrt iif cfi iilinf" i With (lie lipplofttli of u.iiln xeiillier We pay Tor Following the nnnoiincimtnt of the sliiep rnler)i un' luiri.id by speeir' 1st of the I'liltiil Mutes D pnrlliielit I.i gnnnairrs attended the dedication Kev. John W. Inzer, Ilaptist minisat of of the Joan of Arc statue at Hlois, ter of Chattanooga, Tenn., that he of Agrlriiltiue to iiiiteh for stoiiuicli worms niiil pht into pnietlre eer New York. would marry free of charge all serWith his mm thr "humanizatlon of given by the city of us We you knouii pi) tentho timiMire The vice men attending the third annual enlargement lh document" nnl it stoniiKh worm they say. Is one of the Canadian oldlrr ancitic have been convention of the Eggs, Etc, American Legion lnot strioii pnrn-il- e of sheep, o to include news of thr "whole United asked to with American States r.rmy, whlcli includes the na- Legion posts of the wet in the fearch int Kansas City this fall, provided riirrlng oter niinoi thr entire world they furnish Where there tion! guard and the reserve," Hrig. for Fred K. Woodard, Sidney, Mont., City Jeweler the brides, a Kansas er suitable ore sliep. eMIle iilul othhost hiilliuiK In the hat announced thot he (ien. Henry J. Kcilly, Chicago, West Legion pint commander, vcttran of t'llltiil Stuti" it Ik IIH'- -t plelltlflll III guardsman anil the Princess Post and the A. K. F. will furnlh wedding ring for the the SoiiMi, il.ere It Pointer, national fmored by, newspaperman, took over publication who disappeared June 29th. It I couples, "even if there arc 1,000 of ahiuidiiiieo of Hiirinlh nnil loolsiure, them." of the Army and Nnvy Journnl with feared that Woodnrd i a victim of but It l also iiilte loininorr and erl-o- n It issue of August liOth. The In the Middle We-- t mill III low, COMPANY. The American Federation of Labaphana. wet urea throiiKhoiit the i ntlre eoim commander of "Hcillys llurki." or and the American Legion in K. L. HAGAN, Mgr. Chicago war-tunartillery regiment, The famed Waldorf Astoria hotel are workng together to obtain try. It Is present In niiiller iiiiihI.t hnt been prominent in th American on Fifth Avenue will be used by passage of the Hawaii bill now before mid does le -d.tliince In the high, dry STANFORD ST., LANCASTER, KY. and root iirt of the llinkj inotiiitnln Legion since its Inception in France pout of the American Legion In congress. They ask for the Ameri tates. tie-- j City tin yenr for their annual ami i ii foumlrr of the Illinois of the island a against llillics IioIImi) iilinilt slieep The Victory IUI1 November 10 to 11th. canization domination, in the Interest Infestedflrt sloniuih imrins tire dull urtmrnt. Japanese ulth Harding has accepted an of the territory's two industries, President nes and lark of tlirlfr. Ijiter the skin keep on agreement, and so on. Alleged failure of the Federal invitation to be honorary chairman hnoltie Hie, it ilo lis- - linings of the growing and coffie raising. Hut the Idea ia growing and it I Iloanl for Vocational Education to of the Hall and invitation have gone mouth ami eelM, uhlell Is due to it There are doubtles many person ( going to prevail. Sooner or later provide riiuipment for thr summer to Cabinet member and allied of the Mood frotn the IHiverlshllient WHEN EVERY MOVE HURTS hlooiNm klni: liiihtt of the itorni. In who wondi r why more rapid progress there will be a world conference on camp It established on Fire Inland, talT. Delegate from foreign fested shei p nln tuny have n Ml ell i not being made with the proposed the subject, and this will be followed N. Y,, for disabled service mrn will power who will attend the disarma-meIng under the Jnir, known in "hottle conference of nation on the subject by a world agreement on the subt the Mate convention cone into at conference at Washington on Ijimo ivtry murn.rig, aiiiy and Jaw " of disarmament, but a little reason- ject and then the agreement will put of the American Legion nt James-tow- November 11 will be invited. stiff all da worse when It's dump or Stoiiinrb-uoriItifretlon l spread .V. Y., I chilly Suspect your kidnets and by the droppliirs of Infested sheep ing ought to make the matter plain.' into effect. in September. The Following their successful ascent try the remedy jour rmtUxirs use. There ore many interest in this' And then some wealthy people will Legion charge jhat the disabled men The eggs of the pnrn-lt- iIn the drop country which profit greatly from ar- have to put their money Into other month of Mount Hood, one of Ask your ueighUir' virtually have been abandoned had ping hateh out mid tlie joiing worm, .Mrs 5e Carpentir. Stanford wlili h aro inletorople In size, crawl my and navy contracts the steel lines of industry. not the state provided tenU und cook- the high peak of the Pacific coast "About ten up grass Mndo and are m allowed liy companies, the powder range, members of Hood Hlver pot Tike. Lancaster, says companies, ing utensils after the War Departtfiey craze. In the stomnih the shipbuilding plants, and others. of the American Legion have an- years aro Dona's Kidney Pills cured beep ment had declined to do so nounced that the rlimb will be made me nt a set ere case of kidney trou- the worm heroine mature III about There are great profit in army and ver the body annually, (iovernor Olcott and Sec- ble M hands and ftet were so three week. If the foiirlli totnnrh. navy contracts In time of pence, and lilt refusal to pren,-I couldn't put my SKollm or rennet, of nn lnfetii sheep or of an American doughboy killed at retary of State Kuier led the Alpine shoes on ' time such contract or handle an thing, either. lamb he eiHiiilned soon nfter death, stupendous profit Chateau-Thlcrrbecause the colfin party of S6, composed of Ligionaires Kczema, in time of war. Many great fortune Utter tad aumy had awful inln In my hips and the stotniiih norm" rati he seen were made during the recent world other skin troubles arc due to i driiprd with the Star and Stripe and state official. The rlimb re- across the small of my back Sharp squirming nboiii, slender, reddlh In dif ordered blood. If you axe ha cautrtl the J!cv John Snavely, quire! two days and a night stlnriti.- - pain would dart through eolnr, about an In h long. war. afflicted witb ikln trouble; Lancaster, I'a,, to become the storm my side and up thrnurh my spine, The opponent of disarmament do don't dlA satisfactory remedy for Hit suler the amaddeaiac piercing roe. center of an investigation just The first of the party of MX obiirv-o- r that felt like needle torture but In time ihi- eae If iinl!t I no work directly, or in the open.- away to loafer, Tour start rif 1 Mornlns I felt tired and tiinr'iid, purify blood with launched by the American Legion of who were the only persons in They subsidize some of the newspaS. S. S. the standard blood that rlty. The body wni reitlng In America to witnew the mysterious was nil run down amj had no energy per, and some of the colleges, and purifier for over 60 years. I loan s thing thr vestibule of the church and the "new ur," vulble when the earth to do an)Pill hadI rend how 'even some of the nutiils. It is not al- Kidnej For SfMcUl BookM or tor cured people of family and friend were waiting when (Hissed through the tail of a comet such mUwicm, without chtlgr, way possible to see the connection' so I started taking trouble mtif Chml Mtdicml Mtitot, hi edict. The last month, was Eddie Hickenbacker, them the minister between them and their spokesmen, . took seiernl botes of Dam's SSSS.Co ,Dn't.4M.AtUnf,G: S. & at your drugiut. Gtt Legion ImmcdMcly took charge of premier American ace anil member and they cured ino and 'he rtire has. There is little open opposition to the remain and obtained another of the American Legion in Cnlifor-ni.- i. ..aaaaa permanent " ..taaaaak disarmament, save on the part of I. ..aaaaak Poster-Mi- l f minister. The party wh tntioned at the ai all turn army and navy officers, whose pro Co, Mfr. . ln3ali.. ..' Y Lick Observatory fessions arc Involved. The favorite? Jute Jusserand. French iimbawwi-do- r method of fighting it I to point out. BWO to the United State, and Mar- i Argentina lelebrated the inaugurathe dtTIru!tie involved, and the ilnn- -' shal i'och are traveling to Metz and tion of fatter boat ser.re between Of course, when a man become I The StmnJanl gers of trust. ng other nnt.cn ta Fllrey with the delegation of the New York and South America re- a constant target of criticism it I American Legion revliitmg France, cently when the new American pas- possible that hi brain i working, according to cable dlipatchet, The senger liner, American Legion, con- - faster than those of his critics. Charging that he burled the bodies of two and three soldier In the same grave and that he charged for hermetically sealed coffin boxes when none were used, the American Legion of WATCH FOR STOMACH WORMS New York City recently caused the arrest of William A. Skahill, n Man- Sheep FUlicr Shot 'd Practice Every Krewn Preventive Measure hattan undertaker. The Legion anand Utr Remedy. nounced hi arrest nt the on.nlng of .n I. .... ' a... ti fminiln tymnet, uiiriiujiuiuup unituniini hi. Htm"!! t i t'"H.I i..us trrt-m.i.- t sfockl WhyNot all kinds the highest market price produce all times. want your businessCall when to sell. have Poultry, Hides, IWlP sell some of them old hens ,., dertaker;". and roosters and save the feed they are eating. AmcricanJLeirion Newt nil-to- r, Hn-wa- il e New-Yor- ii- Foes Of Disarmament?, em-lui- iy nt J n, n lat STOP THAT ITCH! Purify Your Blood at y 1 ul inrfi-ridu- lurd 1 b-- dier aalBPt) 0oW J fWi POPULAR EXCURSION CINCINNATI SUNDAY, SEPT 4th, 1921 Sheep Properly An Overfed IFred Pay but Little Better Than an Underfed One. SouiHixNMwAYSirsira ROUND TRIP ' aw Jiwr x in amels are made for Men who lhink tor Themselves Such folks know real qualityand DEMAND it. They prefer Camels because Camels give them the smoothest, mellowest smoke they can buy because they love the mild, rich flavor of choicest tobaccos, perfectly blended and because Camels leave NO CIGARETTY AFTERTASTE. Like every mnn who does his own thinking, you want fine tobacco in your cigarettes. You'll fiad it in Camels. orcoupoas. But QUALITY! And, mind you, no flashy package just for show. No extra wrappers! No costly frills! These things don t improve the smoke aay more than premiums iiirnliv time iiionili old or older. To mnke tills Mi'iitleti, dlkoi i poiititl of eopMT siilplinte In one pint of Polling water, tlii-- ndd cold water to make u IoIhI of tlireo gulloii. of the Miliitlou. 'ttilt niiioiitit Mitllcletit to treat ! iidult sheep. Tin- - use of till remeily once a tiiniitli during the non will preient or greatirrnzlnc ly rtilmv from stomach worms. Young animals unliifeMed and sheep should bo separated from older or InfeMetl iiiiIiiiuIn, I'llMliri whlcli liuie Ixi'ii iisctl by Infested animals are dangerous to .xoiing anliiialk mid iinllifesled one. The first iselitlal to protect .ii preieutlie ineasures young Miilmnls, for they are more to parasitic Infi Million tl.un older lines. Constipieiitly, the safest pasture sbnulil be fiirnlsluil to the Inmbs, the older sheep taking the more dangerous lantl. where It Is necessary for sheep to go hack to old pasture within a )enr. In a pliin of rotating pastures to keep down stomach worm, the sheep may be nutted over conillelds, and .tiiblile of various sorts. When different kinds of stork urv rotated on piistures, sheep limy safely follow horse or swine, hut not entile or com, n the latter tuny be In fested with Moiiiaeh worm and a number of ether worms t'oimtioti to sheep, gouts and entile per font solution of cop-- ' dii-- e In uuter. wlikii I.as bien found mll-fi- i. tori Is 1UI mils (ulniut three oiiliceM for jearlltig m.d idiler lnep, and half mtirb for mj pir Is a 1 Miipliiiio , fare Special Train Leaves Danville 6:00 A. M. Returning Special Train Leave Cincinnati 6il0 P.M. (Ceetriirm) O.I.S.J infotnution uxn .ppliollcn to A.nl M5a30 tl IM t)l3 H1R TAX C A O tC FROM DANVILLE loe Marketing conditions are particularly favorable to such an Industry. In connection with establishing the breed the cooperating parties also aro planning to organize a cooperative purebred .sire association and purchase In oruir to improve the dairying three pure bred Ayrshire sires in orconditions of their county, Harlan der to keep the herd up to a high county, farmers cooperating with state of productiveness. County Agent R. T. Harrison and the The woman who insists upon the extension division of the College of Agriculture are nlannlnir to introduce right to change, her own mind is Ayrshire cattle into that region. This never happy unless she can chango breed is particularly adapted to the the minds of others. niountan conditions found in Harlan It keeps some parent busy gathcounty and by establishing it there the dairymen hope to make that com- ering up the beans their children munity a specialized dairy section. null. Harlan Dairymen Plan To Purchase Ayrshires liny-fiel- d Capital $50,000.00 Surplus $60,000.00 Heaer Roll Bank. 4 per cent paid on time posits. Call and see us. J. J. Walker, President. i de- - USE CARE IN WORKING COLTS Listcat That's CAMELS! Heavy Pulling Is I lbl to Result In Sweeney Wasting of Muscles Is Symptom. put to work lerj Colts should I In the inm; of gruduully, plowing, as henty pulling at this singe Is apt In. remit in rweetiey. The lirst sjiiiptom usually Is u wasting nway of llie muscles on the outside' of thr shoulder blade, the skin stiuIus.Ii grow lux fakt Ik tUr ton. es4-ilalty s m .,,.. aa? amel aaaaa V. F. Champ, W. O. Hlgney, Ais't. to the President. I.. G. Davidson, Cashier. J. L. Cill. Assistant Cashier. W. F. Miller, Assistant Cashier. Mrs. Naomi Hamilton, Teller. CITIZENS " NATIONAL LANCASTER, KY. SANK, Corner Public Square and Danville Street. 3 Cone for Th Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday. Sapt XsssiactSMSt I , 1921 . nllci yon ktrgila icekcrs, awaltli yoi it prices that will ihatter all selling records of the year. It cry Mas The Biggest, Broadest Most Commanding Clothing Selling Event Ever Held in this Section. tf rssssBMStsl Iassfftascc to HIRE IS CLOTHING A RIAL SALI that will meatare up to HIGH GRADE ST06K ererythlsg the word tale mean. of Mens and Boys Clothing, Mens finest Furnishings, Hats, Caps, Etc., all to be sacrificed in a Big Rousing 12 Days Sale, in a determined effort to reduce our entire stock one-hal- f. The Most Daring Radical Downward Revision of Prices Since 1914 Sale Now GROUP No. 1 Open-En- ds A WORD TO THE PEOPLE Saturday Sept THE TRUTH AND REASON FOR THIS SALE STRAW HATS 1 Oth .8c. LOOK MEN! a suit sale that will thunder aero the entire state. Think of liuyinsr the oeiety Brand clothes at these prices. Now we have put them into just four group to make your selection easy. $25.00 Value $19.50 $135.00 Value GROUP No. 2 GROUP No. 3 GROUP No. SHOES! $27.50 $45.00 Value $37.50 4148.00 SHOES!! Value $42.50 SHOES!!! We carry a complete line of the two well known N'ettleton and Florsheim Brand shoes and folks not a shoe in the houe that has not been cut or slashed. Come and investigate this grain! shoe sale. Lack of space will not permit us to quote you prices here. 69cti. Ladies Silk Hose. $1.50 values now 98cts. Ladies Silk Hose, $2.00 value now A word of truth to the customers of this store and the public in general. We have nothing to conceal Our reason for this sale is written for those who are wise enough to understand; broad enough to weigh the facts and firm and shrewd enough to follow their own judgment and profit by our loss. We are loaded with merchandise and we are now compelled to unload. We must reduce our stock by as quickly as possible. It is not merely a readjustment of a standard of retail prices, we have gone the limit in price reductions. Cost or replacement prices have been ignored. We have marked everything in our stock down to price that will stagger the common sense buyer. You all know this store and it policy in conducting it business. We never allow a fictitious representation of comparison of value and guarantee every statement in our advertising every value as represented. We carry nothing but the highest grade of merchandise. Come and investigate our merchandise and our prices. one-hal- f, Mens Large White Handkerchiefs now Set. Mens Cotton Hose now 220 Dim Overalls, $1.75 value (only one to a customer) now 98c t a. Mens 75c and $1.00 Silk Ties, now Mens Silk Ties, values $2.00. in all patterns 4ct. desired, now" Mens thread Silk Hose, all colors, now $1.29 Sfct. All Straw Hats at Half Price. CLOTH HATS large variety of styles and colors at One Half Price. Mens Blue Chambray work Shirts. $1.00 value All Cloth Hat in a -- now 69ctt Mens Work Shoes, a big value at $5.00 now.. $2.98 Mens Dress Shirts with starch cutrs, values up to $:J.()0 now 99c ts. Parks & Hendren, Danville, Ky. Sarah Catron of Crab Ore hard Mr. and Mrs. Kdd llaker and family rela-tivMrs. Robert .Yater, of Teatersville Miss Lucy Turner is visittnir Mr. James Iteynells, of Panama, visited Mr. and Mrs Henry Yater, at Barboursville and Gray. with the spent the past week-enThursday. Mli Mary Agnes Brown spent Barnes boys. Mm. J. L. tantis was a visitor Wednesday nijrht with Dorothy BeazMr. and Mrs. J. P. Foley. Mrs. ley. Saturday, of Mrs. iVm. Eaney, of Joe Turner and children were visitors Miss Eva Merrinvan was the guest Lancaster. In Danville, Friday. Walker, Mr. and Mrs. William spent a delightful day Sunday, with McCreary relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Mack Turner and children were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Noah Marxee. Mr. ami Mrs. Wra. Foley of Brad-thaMill, were Tuesday visitor of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Foley. Wheal Middlings. Rjr Middliaas, Barley MmI, Ballards Bran, Miaed I Feed. Hudson A Ftrua. Arm-- I Miss Fannie Meridu and Mr. i ted Bruner of Jessamine, were Sun-- i a Osborn day visitors of Miss Mr. and Mrs. .J P. Foley und Miss ) Mulimla Taylor, motored to Berea Sunday and spent the day with rela. tives, Miss Nell Pelphrey of Lancaster spent several days this week with Misses Flonnie Mae and Savannah (CwTMiMt to Ciadmati) Lane. William Milton, little son of Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Graham, has been quite sick the past week, but is better at this writing, and l.atonu Handicap, $5,000 adik-d-, for Mrs. John Powell and children of upward, one mile and a sixteenth, Saturday, September 3. s and Knox und Mrs. Tom Turner and lit-l- e Autumn Handicap, 5,000 added, for y upward, six furlongs, Monday, September 5. daughter. Ju!ia spent Friday with Covington Handicap, $5,000 added, fur Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Barnes. Saturday, and upward, one mile and Mrs. John Powell and children afSeptember 10. ter a visit to her purenU, Mr. and six Fort Thomas Handicap, $5,000 added, Mrs. Tom Turner, returned to her furlongs, Saturday, September 17. home at Barbourville, Sunday. Stakes, $15,000 added, for Latonia Championship Saturday, Mr. and Mrs. Marcus White and one mile anU 17 daughters, Margaret, Huth and Sallie Twin City Handicap, $5,000 added, for Lou, were Sunday guests of Mrs. and upward, one mile and five furlongs, Saturday, SepJohn Hroadus, of Richmond pike. tember 24, Mr. and Mr. Z. T. Rice and son, Queen I ity Handicap, $10,000 added, for Muster Robert Leslie, of Richmond, one mile, Saturday. October 1. were Friday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. and upLatonta Cup, $7,500 added, for W. T. Sutton and Mrs. Currlo David-soward, two miles and a quarter, Saturday, October 8. These rich fixtures and a correspondingly liberal policy throughout mark a season of racing, planned in the Mr. and Mrs. Win. Harrison and interests of horsemen and public alike. The Kail Meetchildren, of Ludlow, und Miss Flonnle ing at Latonia has attracted the best horses in training. Tate of Indian Head, Ky., have re turned home after a visit to Mr. and Ay day's program will be worth traveling miles to see. Mrs. Kdd aUktr GUY. Wednesday Jlroun. nlirht of Miss JIary Mis is visitinir et d As administrator of Mary E. Todd, deceased, the undersigned will highest bidder on Public Sale Hell publicly to the IMPORTANT STAKES Thursday, September 15th.. 1921 Of the Annual Fall Meeting at beginning promptly at 9 o'clock at the home of Haiti deceased, being known a the home of the late V. L. Todd, the following described property: One Hundred and Thirty Five Acres of Land Situated on the waters of Paint Lick Creek in Garrard county, Ky.. fronting on Wallaceton turnpike and about l miles of Paint Lick. This land will be offered in two tracts. First, the home tract containing til) acres on which is situated the Todii dwelling of eight rooms in splendid condition together with all necessary outbuildings, fine orchard, gnrden. etc., splendidly watered and in high state of cultivation. Second tract contains 70 acres and adjoins that No. 1, on which is situated a five room house, good barn and orchard, is also in high state of cultivation. All of this laud is very fertile, will raise hemp, tobacco, corn, lit fact anything that can be raised in Kentucky. At the same time and place will sell allof tho Lee-Ann- LATONIA .i-car-old- Sept. 3rd to Oct. 8th PERSONAL PROPERTY belonging to the said Mary K. Todd, deceased, consisting of the following: 6 yearling cat-tisteers; one Shorthorn bull; 2 fat good quality ; 2 heifers, 2 cows; H cows and calves, good ones; 4 fat hogs; 12 head sheep; one aged brood mare; 1 work horse; I No. 1 walking mare, work horse; t black; 1 brood mare and mule colt. All of this horse stock is by the old Todd horse. About JJ0 barrels of old corn; HO bags of wheat: growing crop of corn of about 20 acres; 20 tons of good timothy hay baled; lot of baled .straw; 2 rubber tire buggies and harness; plows; farming implements of all kinds; 1 runabout; wagons: harness; one $200. l,ibrty Bond, second issue; lot of tobacco sticks. ts two-year-old two-yoar-o- ld three-sixteenth- s, three-quarter- s, Sep-tcml- Household and Kitchen Furniture of every description found in a well furnished home. Nice old fashioned furniture very valuable, such as hall clocks, cupboards, bureaus, etc. Immediately after the sale we will sell for J. W. and J. B. Guyn the following property: 1 No. I Stallion und No. I Jack; .'I brood mares and colts; I yearling colt; one home; 1 mure mule, filly; 1 saddle mare; I nic H year-ol- d walking horse, by Todd good one; I saddle mare by Todd horse; 1 horse. Thbj sale will be held rain or shin. There will be no or reservo of any terms maue Known on day of sale. thing. Come to thin sale and buy these Rice Homes, i KENTUCKY JOCKEY CLUB WCOMKMATED LATONIA, ICY, COURSE When a bachelor hear aa ua- married woman say she is wedded to her work he Isaatedlately suspect her of having designs upon his meal ,i Col. . J. ft. TODD. Administrator. PAINT LICK, KY. ticket JMCbb, Auction!,