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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): September 8, 1921 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1921 cen1921090801_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 8, 1921 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1921 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE CENTRAL RECORD. THIRTY IKe)N TIM LANCASTER. KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON. SEPTEMBER 8. 1921. I XUHIft IS. CONFIDENT OF NEWPARTY WILL DECIDE LANCASTER BOYS CIRCUIT COURT SPLENDID OPENING ROUTE Destroys Two Stills SUCCESS Lincoln Independent CLOSES Lancaster Graded And i Judge R. W. Bingham, Party With All Col- (Directors And Officers And 1,500 Gallons Many Cases Disposed High Schools Have To Go Over Route Of Beer. ored Candidates. Auspicious Start. Chairman Of Burley Of And Docket Joe Kavanaugh and Willi im Today. being started In A movement Under the most auspicious cirTobacco Growers Nearly Cleared are making the wy of the Louisville that is calculated to have cumstances, the Lancaster Graded A meeting of the directors and of- moonshiner a rough and rocky road, great and far reaching effects on lh Association The Aujruit term of the Garrard and High School opened it door to according to reports a j l Kin-nalr- d Mali CsmvUtUf Tah T Grower METH-OOS DESCRIBES MARKETING IN EUROfE. ,." Before a crowd of 500 Garrard county tobacco grewera and declare inn thai what the French and Dane could do In the way marketing the tobacco grower of Kentucky can do, and the grower of bLrley tobacco In Kentucky and the burley district have "Just ai much ai Die orange prune and ratlin grower of California, Judge Robert W. Bingham, of Louisville, Burley Tobacco chairman of th Association, Grower told these proplr lait Saturday afternoon at the court houe that he ; absolutely convinced of the wisdom of the propoied plan of marketing and confident that the producer vill have the food sense to adopt it in time to maki it effective for the handling of this year' crop. Bingham's first Judice Thl w lnce hi return from public addrei Kuropr, where he studied the co operative marketing systems in use In France and Denmark. Incident ally he told the grower of Garrard of the pledging of more than pound of tobacco to the new system within two week, and that result obtained with an Inten sive campaign only in a few of the countie reporting. He aid there was not the lead doubt of the adop tion of the plan when once thegrow. era in all the countie had it present-e- d to them. object to "Some of the grower surrendering their 'independence,' " he aid, in discussing the objections to the plan. "When in (iod's name, have you had any Independence under the present system of market-in?- " he asked, and the crowd applauded. Bingham reviewed the Judge work from Its inception and his audience frequently cheered his statements In regard to the absolute necessity of the irrowers getting together aa men and adopting a sanr and modem marketing system for the handling of their tobacco, a system, according to the speaker, no longer an eKprlment, but one which had been tried and found workable and practicable not only in Europe but In connection with the handling of the perishable products of California and Washington. Tribute Paid Judge Bingham Judge Lewi L. Walker presided and paid tribute to the unselfish work of Judge Bingham in financing and starting the temporary organization. He announced a series of meetings Monday at 2 o'clock of precinct chairmen with their workers to obtain the name of every grower In Garrard and another meeting of the near town. Saturday) Mx precinct at 2;30 o clock. Judge Walker introduced Judge Bingham as the head of "this great movement forthe benefit of the growers." He declared It the only business like sensible attempt to solve the problem of the burley tobacco growers gf the burley district. "He said that if this movement failed It meant disaster to the Burley district. For the first time, Judge Walker declared, the growers havo the benefit of on unselfish leadership. Judge Bingham told of the sucmarketing in cess of California and liuw he became convinced that the plan was applicable to the Kentucky tobacco situation and thoroughly workable. He told of Ills observations in the country section of California the good homes, the good churches, the high standard of living In the country districts quite as high as in the cities. He said he looked for the answer and he found it in the Cooperative Marketing Association. Judge Bingham told how the old system of marketing forced the manufacturers to buy all the tobacco they would want for a year 'within period of eight weeks. Judge Bingham said the growers could have tobacco graded Just a well aa the usaanafiiture aad atecvUtor, ova fef tfcjr hft4 to AaIm (Im J(Wb4WbI 4wy e jtfH-rnoo- i Jum rVtll Atf> VBCTW MMfAAi snsTmj AMattsJ&ejesMaML Om concern, Judge Piigtim said, ewaJayed about MS buret in Use burtey district. He sat4 tke food sMsaiMM yVyVfV BsM of recent Circuit Court wa brought to a close raid, says thj Lexington Herald. Saturdiy morning. During the Destruction of two copper moon- list week.s session many cases on the two shine still totaling capje-itdocket were disposed of, either by 1,500 gallons of still ber with The dismissal or compromise. fermenters, thirty gallon of "sing-lings- " grand Jury returned seven more in and five nations of whisky and dictmcnU, making a total for the the arrest of one man charged with most of them session of thirty-six- , operat.ng one of the stills was refor misdemeanors. ported t the office of Prohibition George Leisure, charged with Director Sam Collin Saturday by moonshining wa given a fine of f 100 Dry Agent, J. M. Kavanauh and and three months in Jail. The cases W, H. Klnnaird. of William and Walter Leisure, n A still and mm: of charged with the same offense weio the equipment was raided and dedismissed for lack of evidence, stroyed by the two .iients and James Tackett, attempted rape, was Deputy V. S. Marshal Workman, given 15 years In penitentiary'; El near Buniie, Taylor county. G. L. mcr Denny, who burglarized the store Rucker, in whose smokehouse five Ramsey at Manse, gallons of moonshine whisky wis of Lcdford and was given euh. years. found, wa hrrested and he'd to t.ie U. S. Federal COOK missionergrand Jury atbyLebanon. ComAll Ualdrick The other still wa raided three mites Lick. I Drowns In Cess from Columbia by Sheriff Sanders New The Record stated in last week's ami deputies of Adair county. No pool. arrests were made n yonnectuci issue that the best game of the season would be played in Lancaster with the raid. ' on the following Friday and we dare No little excitement was experiencIn order to give hi entire time tn W that we were right in our pre K flOPi!" the canvass of his election for Coun ed in the city yesterday morning, diction as the immense crowd, the Judge, of Garrard county, Mr. J. when it was herald from the Jail. ty largest that has witnessed any game by loud screaming and yelling, that C. Williams ha resigned his position ,, .. a cashier of the Hank of Bryants- - "Aunt" Belle Dunlap, the corpulent ,' of the season, said that it was by far er e... mc ueconi lfc vile, an office he ha filled success- - cook, of Jailer Rom .and about the m.- -v U Ml, 111 I .. ..1.. ... I U.. ' best game of the season a.c-uan. Lancaster and Garrard county fully several years. At a meeting size of "Aunt Kppie Hogg, the forf.ter. i betng tested at the Public ple are ,ouJ in their pralie of ef the directors of tin bunk, Mr. eit woman in seven countie," had Service laboratory .n LexmgtonM Jno TaUm am, w. B Roop fallen into the cesspool in the rear Kutsell Hrown, who hat served as ,w "au? "qu'remems nave neen of the Pamt Uck nine and Mgr. cathier. for three year, was of the county jail. In the exciteay 'vera! jia.no... nere is Joj(I,h of the ,oca, njne a4 they unanimously elected Us cashier ment someone said, "fire" and in a met 3u,c ...c ui lo,IK iacnii.es. mak- ,(, ueither time nor money in The selection of Mr. Hrown i an ad- few minutes the tire bells were ring- ipg it almost impossible to prevent,, t() the fan a naX bii4i ba one and a man thoroughly ing and people were (locking to the mirable the rapid development of bacteria, ,.ame capable of filling this responsible of- public square from every street in but as 100,000 are ru!, ..... ,,.. in- - .. considered safe We fice. The Hank of llryantsville ti the city. "Aunt" Belle had stepped for human consumption, many have fanll . XVItn cach Jon trlBK hard to one of the foremost banks in the upon the cement cover that closed been able to keep within this limit. w th(J C(Jteit( howw. the Lan- the pool, and her 350 pounds proved county and we expect to see it unr irouucrr snowing only i.uuu. nn.tar Alt 3ir. th Itlrkiest by leaps and bounds under the too much fur it, and through it she coxss are kept A only, the best anJ won tJw 8ame over the Palnt leadership of Mr. Hrown, as it hat felt into the ten foot foul receptacle, for the family s of use. the butter fat Uck l)(.lejPlUon by the scor, of 7 n the past under the management of ladder ami ropes were lowerd and ha been exceptionally high. t(J G Thtf Eajt mAm Jrovc in Lan- after much effort she was brought his predecessor. The following are those who are,eiUter ,lke ,ma ,lle army and to the surface and soon revived after dispensing milk free from manure, brouRhl with thcm the Cobs tar sale. Best for curing her hazardous and unfortunate exN. Miller. A. W. Kav. Uon t0 carry the prJle back , their perience. Hudson ft Farnau. tobacco. anaugh. . A. Lear. U. k. Speake. hlwtnif liltie city antl thc first Thompson, Jess W. Sanders. , ,Wrf,i if u.eri. but Kinir and S. G. Haseldcn. As soon as atl on the mounJ( wid thal ho wanted turers wanted a change and they Hop Club gave an milk offered for sale is tested, pri- would welcome a plan that would The t0 encouraw them and give them permit them to purchase their tobao other delightful dance at the tobac- - ( vate dairies will be done on request.' CapU Lacke. or for m0Iu.y co when they wanted it and the co warehouse last Tuesday night that' j the local team gave out a statement amount of each grade they want was pronounced by all a the best) wiowa to ,ose all the other Kames but win ever attempted by our local boy. when they want it. b allt th'V niean' as the man He told at the bankers of Ken- Many from a distance were on hand I right, is j tucky giving their approval, first in and enjoyed the hospitality of their Probably 600 people greeted Rev.wjtn the "steel arm" suffered a hard rroup meetings and then in general local friends to the limit. Uiedewolf and party in this city tast 0M and went down in. defeat at convention at Louisville, without one Saturday afternoon. About twelve hands of the All Star and the dissenting voice. He said the financBaptist-Churce car loaded with people drove Into clever pitcher for Lancaster tied ing of the movement would be the city; about 3:30. A temporary-- ' other blue to his long list of victor- The ladies of the Baptist church) easiest part of the work, that the organized a Home platform wa arranged for the speak- lei. federal reserve system would back have recently Capt. Lackey behind the bat with prayers er, who delighted his audience for up the bankers in lending money on Department anil desire the about fifteen minutes. Prof. Rot- - Lefty Whitnell on first. Woods on of th good people for its success. the tobacco crop if the ling led the ringing. Dr. Biede-- : 40con.l. Miller on short adn Walker The work i progressing fine, a is adopted. marketing movement holding a great meeting at(-othird looked after the interest of I wolf is large box of clothing etc. having He said the tobacco men would Danville and many from adjoining the inner field work at all times while been sent to the Glendale Orphan figure with the banker. Just as the counties are attending. Many from the three fielders allowed nothing to figured with home. California will attend this evening j touch the ground. They were d The following are the officers: Mrs. Lancaster the tinkers, and that the bunker space will be reserved for a!lbry, Jenkins and Rohan. V. Manley, President; Mrs. Char-- ! would have n better collateral than I. We congratuate most heartily the lie Moore, vice president; Mrs. Lancaster people. I he ever loaned money on to back two teams for the expense and the Wearren, secretary and Mrs. Ilogie, his loans, lie told of the action of BrOWn. time that hey put to this contest. I the War Finance Corporation in Treasurer. Mrs. James ltoyston received al backing with $20,000,000 the cotton WinS message Wednesday stating the death j Dunn. producers, who have been In practicMr. Arthur D. of her A M.U.. ally the same situation. James Henry Dunn, 34 years old, nrown. which occurred Sept. fith.. at L.DOr AnOUier I j i farmer, died at his home, 3 'i mile Market StabU la England the home of his son, In Des Moines, Mtfr, Joseph and his cast of All Judge llingham said that if the from Lexington on the Todd's road, Iowa. The third stroke of paralysis! stars envaded the camps of Somer- . . I. plan was "good enough for the yesterday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock' was .me. cause. oi LI. ucuin, tfl....t.' .tft last .nonaay anu iook .. .tioun .1 nis I...L ni wue ;ne reserve system, after an illness of several months. preceueu mm to mo grave several tained- - into camp by the score of banks, the federal Mr. Dunn moved to Fayette county i months ago and was buried tn Los anil the United States government, 3 to 4. The All Stars showed the about three' Angeles, California. He was a de isn't it good nough for the tobacco from near briar Jumpers how to play ball and years ago. Beside his widow, Mr.' voted father and a honest and up-- 1 growers of Garrard County. easily won the contest over the many Mrs. He told how, with the aid of the Dunn is survived by two sisters, right man and many Lancaster raw decision handed them by the marketing system, the George Atdridge, ami Mr. Mary, friends were sorry' to know of hi t ball fans of that city, both of Garrard county. death. He was well known here,. French farmers had performed the Bishop, Rohan and Frank were on the almost miraculvu, feat of sectoring Complete funeral urrangements wilt having made his home In I.ancaster j mound for the locals and their y to fertility "the most terribly and be announced later Lexington Heryears. He was the father of j ling was much admired by the mall completely destroyed country in the ald. nine children but seven live to mourn' band of rooters that accompanied The remains were brought to Lan- his loss. history of the world." j Capt. Lackey's team to the Moun- Saturday afternoon the inJudge Bingham told of the stabil- caster last tains. ity of the market in England for terment taking place in the local cemetery. dairy product of Denmark, after 50 Seaspn. The boys of the Lancaster High selling and that year of School turned out last Monday afterThe football season wilt open in no Dane would think of selling and no Loses noon for a hard workout for the Lancaster Friday, September t!3rd Englishman of buying in any other Lightning nd fire destroyed an- ensuing year. Capt. "Battle" Cox when Lancaster will play Junction way. He said that what had been other large tobacco barn for J. I. is working for his men with the done successfully in France and Den- Hamilton Monday afternoon, making view of making this one of tho ban- City. This ought to be a good game a Junction City had a dandy team mark could be successfully done in that he has lost within as many I ner years for old L. II. S. Coach last year, and we all know what LanKentucky. What had been done in four in-- ) several games McRobert stated that year. Uufortunately he had no caiter had and what she wilt hav the matter of signing up the grower surance on any of them. The one have already been scheduled and the thi year, Le.t's boost her. Fayette and Woodford and Bourof all of his local lads are determined that they lost Monday contained bon could be done in Garrard. farming Implements, fifty acres of will win each game thi season, not- EUctU of America) LUa Oficer He went into the provision of th baled hay and quite a lot of tobac- withstanding that they go up against d AH Service Me Uvitesi T contract, saying that it waa the proco. Hi loss I several thousand do- seme of the strongest team in the Ssaeker. duct of the boat local mind in AmerState. ica and that under it every pound of llar. Uniform to the extent of f 150.00 The regular election of the local tobacco contracted would bo deliver If tea1 would Jtut insure with have been ordered and will be here pott of the American Lefioa will be GAIftWB, pay a small premium and in time for Uie first game. held in the I. O. O. F. Hall Friday loot, get your pay "The oka ia aound. feasible, raciio-el- e, who you havo night. Sent. Nth., at P. M. Im ed wkeali workable, tho moot humaao very few fey, think what would "BaJUrd savaat1! Rv Obelisk Flttssr aleaye have too saved to tho farmer of Nttlt9s'ss' 0rsv SW aasi Sees! atWy aj duolnt," ho aaid. "that we hare Garrard Comity. Ita the 'beet fivsM sikUfattioB. Try a sack te--i stay. Hadsea A Hss4sm A Faesiais. over coMieered." oft CM make. (It) political status of the Race not only the in Louisville but throughout state and nation. Great discontent and dissatisfaction has been expressed by many of the more thoughtful member of the nice In Louisville over the utter disregard of the Republican administration shown them and this discontent is crystalline into an effort to oust the Republicans, says the Louisville News, a race paper published in Louisville. Many there who have been so bitter at the Repbulican administration they have declared themselves as willing to vote the straight Democratic ticket. As a result of this dissatisfaction certain of the men and women active in the affairs for the betterment of the Race are considering the formation of a new party which will put a ticket in the field composed entirely of colored men and women. ficer of the Cincinnati-Lookou- t Mountain Air Line Division of the Dixie Highway, have called a meeting at NichoUsville today to go over the routes from Nlcholasvilte to Stanford through Lancaster and the route through Danville and Harrods-bur- g from Stanford to Nicholasville. After the routes have been gone over a meeting will be held at Nicholasville this afternoon and the route definitely settled before anything is Highway taken before the Dixie Commission at Cincinnati tomorrow. The delegation Vrlll be entertaineJ 4 few minutes In Lancaster this morning and will be served a luncheon on Halls Gap beyond Stanford, at guest of and Nicholas-vlll- e y, fifty-gallo- the pupils and public last Monday morning for its fall term. Prof. Paul Boyd with his able corp of assistants were all on hand and eager to start in the nine months' term that tie before them. The auditorium was packed and Jammed with pupils and visitors, the latter coming to show the interest in the splendid school which Is progressing so rapidly under thc leadership of Prof. Boyd. Dr. II. S. Hudson offered a short and impressive prayer and a splendid talk to the children was made CORPULENT Cashier At Bank Nearly Of Bryantsville Stars Lancaster Defeat Paint Mil For Lancaster Children ...... w ir .,,. pro-cre- ss , by John K. Stormes, chairman of the Board of Trustees. Thu enrollment was decidedly the largest In the history of the school, numbering 425 on the opening day. It Is quite a serious problem with the trustees ns to where all of these children and how all of them can be comfortably located. A Kindergarten class has been added this year and quite a number have enrolled for this department. The high school department is the largest ever known there. All that were promoted last year and many more in addition, being in this department. The kindergarten department will not open until about October 1st., at which time all former primer students will be admitted, as this depart ment takes the place of the primer grade which has been dropped from grades. Four new teacher are with the school this year, they being: Mis Ellen Sanders, of Campbellsville, who teaches the 10th. grade; Mit Griffith, Paris, 5th. grade; Miss Skinner, 7th. grade and Miss Mary Wilder, Hustonville, who will have charge of the kindergarten and the public school music. ia Teachers' Examination The last examination for teacher this year will be held at the Court House on September 16th and 17th. Miss Jennie Higgins, Co. Supt. determina-contaminatio- n: Delightful Dance Divorced. In the case of Joe Hutchinson, plaintiff, against Emallne Hutchison, defendant, the Court granted a divorce to the plaintiff, Joe Hutchison, and awarded him the custody of his ' four children. p j vireeu Biederwolf h Notet an-th- Ice Cream Supper. There will bo an ice cream supper at thc private school house, near Marceltus next Wednesday evening, September 14th., by the ladies of the Pleasant Grove church and for the Come and benefit of the church. you wilt be entertained. (It) Em-an- Good Work. The City Council is to be congratulated upon the work done in front of the post office under the supervision of Chief Bratton. It is quite an Improvement to motorist and wilt I Lancaster half-brothe- r. r.., Uy prove a great saving to the street which was fast wearing away. .. .. Some Tomato Plant. When a man tells us he has a tomato plant l'J feet and one Inch tall and still growing, we might be just it little sceptical, but when Biltie Hahey told us he was the owner of such a vine, we were not a doubting Thomas. Can anyone beat it. Sams-Bark- twir-man- er Foot Ball Practice. Football Miss Margaret Sams, 10 year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs.' Rufus Sams, who live near Mt. Hebron, was married yesterday afternoon in this city, to Mr. W. Lec Barker, 19 years old and son of R. L. Barker, al- Another Barn. of that neighborhood. The cere performed by Rev. I. W, Manley, immediately after which, the happy couple drove to the home of the bride' parents, where a hearty welcome awaited them. so mony wa Sell. Farm WH. Capt. W. T. King tells us he had a splendid sale last Saturday, when lie disposed at public auction, the 75 acre farm of the late S. W. Wylie, in Madison county for $70 an acre. Thi farm waa offered for leas tkan this money a year ago and of omum tae aoller I well satiated. He also ttlla aa that everybody up in that neck of the wood are enthusiastic for the tobacco pool and ire signing almost to a man. At-lea- a4 SsssHttk. Fata. Tha Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thuraday, Stpt 8 1921 , the Mr. and .Vn. Jesse Casey d with Mr. and Mr,. Claud Sparks and Mr. and Mr,. J. R. Spark week-en- tpnt HANNIBA1A5 CENUINE BULL DUPHAM tobacco maktt 50 flood riflarattta far 10c We wMlyt te hmm Mm best paper tor "nHHX." ft MWfMMfl reSetM very tinea slgareMs paper in the wertef. Slmpon were guests Tuesday night of Mlwrs Itcnncc andHcisle Tenter. Mrs. John Land and son, returned home Sunday after a delightful visit with Mr?. C. 5?. Hoop adn Miss Cora Hoop, of Carte rsville. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Masters, Mr. and Mr?. Abe Rurton ami Mr. and Mr Hcrges were guests of Mr. and Mr. Willie Martens Sunday. Mr. and Mr. John Land. Mr. and Mrs Sale Hurt ami children, Me dame Arthur Daily and Ligc Hurt and children, were guert Sunday of Mr. and Mr. Jene Hurt. Mr. and Mr. H. M. Kurtz and family, Mr. and Mr. J. M. Amon and other from thi, vicinity expect to nttend the Tate. Creek Association to be held with the Oilead Haptist Church Tuesday and Wednesday of thi week. Mint, Myrtle Tenter and Thelma POPLAR Marking Site Of Grue some Tragedy Is Hewn Down (By Clay Sutton In Louisville Tort ) Lancaster, Ky., Aug. 'J.V For more than n hundred years an im initio historic tree, measuring eight feet in diameter at the bate, and ninety feet to the firt limb, known as Hannibala poplar, has uprearetl its huge form on an undulating pla teau two mile rant of this city. Ye. trrday thi aged monarch, the suv.v ing king of a mighty forest which long ince disappeared, wa attacked in concert by a crew of lumberjack armed with axe ami saws, and it crashed to earth with a deafening roar. For generation the local citiitn had chemhed for thoe leviathan a sentiment akin to reverence, lnce expressed to them n magnificent leg ncy of nnture preserved and trans-minefrom a dittant and gloomy past. Site of Duel and Murder. Defying alike the hurricane and the thunderbolt, Hanibal'n poplar stood for more than a century in stately majesty on this tragic plain, for here . d 414 leaves 4 M.-- he Webster Farmers Plan Cooperative Shipping Plans have been started by the Webster County farmer foT the organisation of a cooperative live tock shipping aociation, according to D.O. Card, extension specialist In e marketing from the College of who i cooperating with thoe interested in perfecting the project. already been apA committee ha pointed to po over suggestions for a and It i conrtitution and that the afsocintion will be permanently formed in the near future. Officer at the preterit are I). C. Luck, president, and Hume Mahunn, secretary. The aociation will probably ' . f icadqunrten at Onton. Agri-culturby-la- CUNNS CHAPEL (Delayed) Little Miss Marie Locker ha ill. A series of meeting will begin nt the Methodift church here Thursday evening. Mr. and Mr. Harvey Teatrr and with children, pent the week-en- d Mr. and Mr. Hughey Moberly. trie hemper-Jhompso- n iluel wa been 3 1 aw nrjw'"zz:zi Mi ImmM-i ifl- -i . re.in.igg - i ii aM ii in inn SEC MCCARTHY The PLUMUEIC 9 LAnScraLOalteSi.U ' Standard" Shop Phone 69. w Lexingtem St. gZLl QmtvH. Etc Lancaster, Ky. Well Housed Fowls Lays The Eggs, Circular Says If the feeding and breeding condition are correct egg production will be proportional to the comfort of the hen, accenting to a new circular on poultry housing which ha just come off the press and I being distributed from the College of Apiculture to Interested farmer. The five cssenti-ul- s of a good poultry house are plenty of fresh air, sunlight, dryness, freedom from drafts and durability, according to the publication. The circular contains plan, specifications and bill of material for different kind of poultry houses and point out that many farm poultry houe easily o a to can be remodeled nake them satisfactory. The new publication is well illus trated to show the important fea tures of poultry houc temodlng and building and also contains detail of interior arrangement of eijuippment, foundation, walls, and roof. It was written by J. II. Kelley, head of department the farm engineering and J. 11. Martin, in charge of the College Poultry work. It may be obtained free by writting the Experiment Station, Lexington. fought in 1820; and here alo, only a few paces away under a crumbling slab, lirs the mouldering dust of Tolly Hrown, a woman possessing the slumbering instincts of a Lucretia Borgia, and who incited by fiendish jealousy, murdered, her own siter at jhi spot in 1S32. In point of cold and deadly cruelty this monstrous crime whicri gave rise to a train ot other terror, undoubtly has but few paral.eN in the criminal annals o: th.s section. These two i!ers, aimost exactly opposite as to type a well as tem peramentally, were daughters of lave (iecrge Hrown, a wealthy owntr of the neighborhood; and it wa through a sinister tricK oi iie- tiny that both rhould become enamored of the ame man, a young physician named Pawling, a resident of th.s city, wh.ch at that time was only straggling villnge. Dr. Pawling had at first paid some attentions to Polly, but he wa no sooner enlightened as to her dark and running nature than he ignored her almost completely for the more charming companionship of her Fannie, a rollicking blond of 10 and younger than the former by at leatt five. year. Fannie was a eyes girl with deep-blu- e and regular features, a voice rubducd and musical, and she possesied a wealth of golden hair which crowned with p!indor a brow of singular er whitenes. Under the impetuous attentions of the young physician the flwer of love slowly unfolded in the boom of this charming girl, and they became engaged. The date of the wedding wan set two months in the futurr. Hut such happiness was never to be, for the enraged and discarded woman, secretive, cold and crafty, and in whose sunless and brooding soul a certain cruelty was apparent from childhood, saw with emotions of a savage, vengeful Jealousy the sudden eclipse of her own matrimonial he thereupon con dreams, and ceived the resolution of taking her nister's life in order to prevent the approaching marriage. Prepared Hatchet for Ghastly Dd. Preparatory to executing this frightful purpose she secured a hatchet, which she carefully sharpened and concealed on her person, decoyed her anij soon afterwards unspecting sister to take a walk with her into a neighboring forest. Proceeding to the wood, they entered the dense shadows of a pawpaw thicket, and at length sat down together on a log near Hannibal's poplar. Here Polly plucked a wild flower, and under the pretense of decking her sister's hair with it, she slowly twined her nlnewy fingers into Fannie' golden locks, thus completing a deadly ambush. She abruptly ceased to speak. Slowly her hand closed a with a grasp of steel, causing the frightened girl to cry out in pain as she clapped both hands to her head, but too late, for Polly, ferocious and terrible, leaped to her feet almost at the same Instant with a hatchet flashing in her right hand, I and snatched Funnle backward by the hair upon the log. The poor girl uttered terrible screams as her white throat was bared to on uplifted blade which the next Instant was buried tu the hilt in her neck, severing the spinal column at the base of tht brain. A torrent of blood spurted over hir dress. The writhing form received another savage blow b ntath the right ear, and then it slid off the log to the ground, where it We carry YES at r.ll times moment moved convulsively for and then lay still. Covered Besly With Leave The murderess crouched there as If petrified, glaring fixedly at the corpse. av ' Suddenly noticing some dark-restains on her hand, Polly Hrown glanced fearfully In nil direction. Not a oul had een the enactment of this horror. Her movements at once brcame hurried, for she wished to detroy the evidence of the crime, a thing he attempted to do by heaping leaves and brush on the body Thi done, she washed her hand at the brook nnd stole out of the thicket by a circultou route. Nfro. Die Fer Crime. Two negro slaves of (leorge Hrown, who were working In a neurby field, had heard creams, but no one had een the girl leave the house to gether or Polly return alone. The mystery surrounding Fannie' prolonged absence nlarmed the com munity. Searching parties were oon icounng the countryside, and it was a member of one of thee, a man Many drug lose their strength if they arts kept namrd Claiborne Lear, who found the tea long. Wc buy such drugs in very limited ejuantU dead girl on the following day, his tie in order to insure their freshness. attention hnviryr been attracted by clamor of ome crown that We compound our drugs with absolute accuracy were hovering about the fatal spot. thereby giving you the best possible results. The two negroe. who admitted having heard screams .were seized Thus, throughout our store we strive at nothing short of perfection. and held a tusprcts; and they were still further entangled in the fatal Our rubber goods are made of real rubber. web by certain falie accusations Come to US for it. made by Polly herself as to their movement on the day of the murder. In a few day they were tried before a jury and condemned to death on testimony which wa vague and circumstantial on the one hand, a very successful seaon. They CARTERSVILLC and on the other composed entirely (Delayed) have defeated the Woods View tram of n tissue of falsehood. They went Mm. Leslie Wyhe and son, Ilalph, in three successive game and also to the gallows shreking their inno defeated a llerra team. cence to the last. Thus the law, were guest Fritlay of Mrs. John A team from the Hebekah Lodge which always exacts a sacrifice for Wylle. I ..i ura Todd Hirea, it of this place went to Hlchmond for Mis ef crimes of violence, was appeased. spending the week with Miss Opheliu an initiation ceremony, last Thursday Hiunttd by Hallucinatioas. evening. Supper was served and a The sequal must be sketched in K. Allen. very enjoyable evenings work van Mr. and Mr.. Felix Pentiing'.tn mournful line, for remome, which is pen in. a pitiless and unerring accuser in and children, vinteil Mr. ami Mrs. Miss Cora C. Hoop entertained a deed of violence anil blood, bit like C. S. Hoop. number ef little folks In honor of Is Miss YVIUic Mae Marshbank acid on the ugly soul of Polly Hrown. Master Karl Pennington, Lahed and dismayed by the stern spending the week with Mls Fay being his sixth birthday. the ocanslon Came nnd Pennington. terrors of her secret, she confesse-music were enjoyed and delieidus to her sister's murder. Meanwhile Mesdame Hlliabeth Calico, Susie home made randy was served. her health failed. Her manner also Henfro and I J. Carter, have all The children, grandchildren, anil became erratic ami strange, certain been quite ill. of Mrs. J. T. hallucinations foreshadowing a mentKev. F. P. Hryar.t has Just closed a Allen met at her home here Sunday al dethronement, this probablity be- - enes of meetings at the White Lick to celebrate her sixty-nintbirthday. ng still furthrr Indicated by insom- - Haptist church. About fifty guest took part in the n.a and terrifying outburst of noc-- ( Mr. and Mr. Jeff Davis are proud celebration. A bountiful dinner was turnal screaming, the family often, parents of a son, George Montgomerved. Prayer ervlces were held finding her In a corner of her m the afternoon. A delightful day haggard, abject, huddenng with wild ery, who arrived August lt'th. Misses Stella and Wllma Henry are was ipent and all left wishing the derairing eyes f ixed on nome fright-- , ful illusion. It was evident that a conducting the school here and have h.tes many happy returns of the day. disturbing phantom now stalked un- rooms with Mrs. Julia Weddle. Mm. Anna Pitts, son and daughter, of! ceasingly on the dismal horizon this blanted mind. In a few weeks' of Herrn, were here last week with an unseen Icy finger touche d the mor- - the former's mother, Mrs. L. J. Cartal coil of the wretched woman, who ter. wa now reduced to a gibbering' Mrs. John Land and son, of flunns skeleton, and her liberated still Chapel, have been spending n pleasant plunged into the shadowy realms.. week with Mrs. C. S. Hoop, and Miss And today, on the gloomy, wind- Cora C. Hoop. rt 'Liver swept plain, where lies her moulderMr. ami Mr. Mcrns Calico are Keep the vital organs healthy by ing dut, only a rough crumbling! receiving congratulation on the ar regularly t aline the; world' stone, nnd aslant in a rival of n little daughter, Kuth C'lto, nrd remedy for kidney, liver, mass of nettles ami tra img vines,' on August ".'0th. bladder and uric acid troubles marks her final resting place. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kinnaird ami elaughter, and Mi; Koia Tinchrr, GOLD MEDAL of Missouri, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. H. 0. Smith. Mm. Margaret Williams of Harlan Co., and Mn. Alex Creech of May Saff LtNaas & Stattwfait High Splint, K , re visiting their The National Ktmr.ly ef Hollitvl - r ntuftm) nJou,t by Quri Wllhl-tulnBcseau, tetter and tiauU&r affecparents, Mr. and Mrs. W 11 CreechAt all drtilRlsts, this sllrs, tions shouM be treated through h I" ctm4 mh Gmi Mat m The local bail team has enjoyed the blood. Outside applications ms4 as iauSaSlaa offer only temporary relief. The thiag touselsfT. 8. S.-- the stand- ard alood purifier, which hss sue- cessfully relieved such trouble d aaaaaaaaaaaaavaaav aaaLH FRESH I niy McRoberts Drug Store d h WATCH THE BIG 4 Stomach-Kidnrym-Hem- mois-coverc- d SKIN TROUBLES f- - 'it fer orer SO years. a complete and large line of General Merchandise consisting of i i ETC. DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, SHOES, GROCERIES, HARDWARE, S.S.S. Stmndmrd fmr Fct Swcia Botitltt cr tor Indi ndutl Mdvicr, mil houl chuf. wrilm Cim M,J,cl 'Adtfot. S 3S. Co .Dtp' 1 4JI. AlUnl; G: Csf 5. S. 5. at yout di uUm. "I HAVE LOST THE RECEIPT" Thus spoke the tnnn who wan asked to settle that he claimed to have paid a month previously. 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 juow jiays all his bills by cheek. In case of a paid bill, he can now use his cancelled checks as proof of payment. Do you pay by check? It is the safe and businesslike way! a bill W Fifty Krars TOBACCO DISEASES .Spread Following Rain' And Wind ! and are ready and anxious to nerve you. We have everything you want but credit so do not call for that .article, as we do not handle that line. WE SELL FOR CASH AND SMALL PROFIT, THEREFORE YOU GET MORE FOR YOUR DOLLAR. Tobacco diseases which have caused little trouble In Kentucky this year up to the present, time arc not1 apt to prove serious unless a combination of windy und rainy weather prevails to cause them to spread, ac-- l cording to W. D. Valleau, plant, pathologist at the Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station. Should thi condition occur growers should guard against any possible spreading of angular leaf spot and wildfire by-cutting out all badly diseased acre in their fields. These two disease have been less prevalent this year than during last year, Mr. Valleau said. Favorable weather conditions which have controlled their spreading up to the present time have been responsible fer the small amount of damage caused by them. aeaaag 'TavaaaaTaaaaaV. 4 PER CENT ON TIME AND SAVINGS S. Just hring us your produce and swap it for anything we have in the store. We can trade no matter how large or how small. Becker & Ballard MTANTSVILLE, KINTUCKT. Thi Garrard Bank & Trust LANCASTER, KY. Go We sell travelers Cheques, which are good in the United States and all foreign countrie. Th Central Record, ancatfr. Ky.. Thunday, Stpt 8, Hm Mrinff Picture Holdup 1021 I ID HIGH DOLLAR. on the premises in Garrard SALE THE UNDERSIGNED r MURIEL WMtir BLAIR. I The Journey ii.tosi the desert Is nut a illtrii luu niio, nml nujr liter Iimi l gladly wi't.tniHil, n.t tlis. when ln flashily ilroM.M mm it ol tip lit Mi rnl of iIih I'liltiimii ari l cum to allr-.thai r limly iti f.irunrtl mid ! s rnn-tuerl l till Niir ttl.n We Pay sods, per Pound For Nice Hams 15 MT DM II I ti in li UUiillfllg wn.s VU"f itit. ,iu !r. - Hl. guhM rUpi!li to .(!! "Lnli'-- s cts. per pound for side tt.ihll ..-- , GOOD HOME, SMALL FARM AT PUBLIC AUCTION FOR THE reptMt t tlii ptWhen j.i'i i beeati ti.. iaa, i nm ;iiu u su. l hat I Unit , in r i.r WILL ON Wednesday, Sept. 21 AT 10:30 O'clock County, Ky., on Poor Ridge pike about ten miles from Lancaster, sell to the highest and best bidder about 15 acres of well improved land, the home of the late James Littrell. This small tract of land is well improved, good residence, tobacco barn and other suitable buildings. This is rich sandstone land and a good community, an ideal small Hwttnv p "ir- - nun Will b iii..ii lh latfOM to 'ill,- - i:n. r . nr'.ng a i Ml if I i i f. .of yo-i- , ulamt. mil t nn two at the I t.i faint It will Urlp will pi tliiu.i along. ' ISrerybody be ran laushln,' nnl eugerly awaited the tf) at It- -. I Thu i tbn fourth of '' trtmiNiUii-itB- l Journey, and rii- frv n rjr g. tiTiiu rh one nnnMiiT They bgan t. mlniiifi j. Ii aa the pit Iltil U'Htrr, jit meat. Buy your Tymothy, Rye and Barley seed from Jus and we can deliver to you on our truck anywhere on pike. We Will pay you the hlghestmarket price for your produce. Phone 32 ii in -- ii ! -.! iHirt. .f ik V.i-t- lr gti up .1 rent. ' evin'm a stout. iHrjitrtng drumm.-- In,' tin" nlkHll dust friHii In j "Well. ,n fur mi. I know I Juit faint," utMueml u demure ) nng lady. -- Ami tfi)f. I falntol f. Just Imnil oer everything I li.nl," "Not with 1110 nMind, you wo'illn't need to," nnivuTi-- I tlw drummer I train "I'll never roMx-rles- . .i'js hi H. 6. Bailey & Sons COLD WINTER IS PREDICTED " 1 M ss I rriJay. u F 1 Doj. t were n L.in t i other traveler did nut commit themselves, for ut thai moment th train tisn r to low down and then appeared tlm Irrigation illtch from This Weather Prognostica-- I tor Says That It Will Be Severest 1SSS-S- 9 farm. Terms: The terms will be made known on the day of sale but will be easy. At the same time there will be sold a lot of personal property, consisting of household furniture and some live stock. GARRARD BANK Am Houruo, Auctioneer. ft TRUST CO. Room, By J. W. Elmore, Cashier, and J. E. Robinson, Atty. Stock of Goods, Store Fixtures, Mill and ng1 House Dwelli- which thi? Ktutlnu took It mime. Then tlm little shanty iwni Into vhw, nml n moment later" a half doe-'i- i mri. wearing sombreros uml nink e.l, with plitol) stuck nil arotiml thtflr waUtllnet, lrapf forwurl acru4 thr trnckn. One Jmniiwl Into tint viiglno cult nrvl hfld hli pltol to tin fore-hfaof the Tim null vn uttnckiHl. while two mm hiu mali their wiiy Into tlm forwmoit of the cojrluM. Uhii thu platform a moving picture up hU Imtrutuont operator Imil and wm bunlly rit?llti off tho film, , th p.miifi'r. tntentateil In the Kath.-rvi- l urouml him. Now, lien; now, sontlomcn," ln toriiMl tlm tl.ulilly drttol m.iii in loni of remoiKtrnnoi, "won't you pleaw o huck Into the coachtM nml Vou're Intorffrln.c be rohbfil? ltn the oKrutor. It apolli the rvallty of the plcturti, your ttamJInf arouml her m though nothlutc happonl I'eoiila will think the picture' a fnkn n 1 It' icoltu to. he exhlliltoil In all the lojilln; cltloi of America. Won't you so hackl" Twj or three dl l turn back toward the coicIim In a half haarted way. but the rrit remulne-- l obdurat. A platot !iit raac out. followed by woman' scream for help. "You told me It waa fun." ahrlckad a wooian'a vole. "I won't tt you ay rlnca. I wont, 1 tall you. Thar, take them, then. And tfcat'a every penny I hare In the world." "It'a Bl Un and hla gtnt." aom-boil j ' Since nit enlnr. ,t tcv-nr- l. I at fair in the strenuoua game if life; who i clean of body, mind ind soul; who associates with honest men; who is courteous to friend and foe; who is too chivalrous to wound the feelings of other, and too sensible to lower his respect for himself; whose hopes and dreams are i BOURNE found on the rock of determination; acTKamed. "It'a real aooufh I My who looks you straight in the eye; I Mm Jewel Huffman is ill at this Uod. It'a all real!" who meets victory without boasting, writing. Than the flashily dreaaed man cam iefeat without bitterness and all life I lotting out o( hla roack. a amoktni Mr. J. I'. Hamm and family were with a smite; who loves his friends, pUtot In hla hand. Ho waa followed in Lancaster Saturday. hi country and his GoJ i a by two of the fang. Mrs. Curtis Sadler and baby and "llaodi up, you silly sheep." he yell-e"Oanda up or I Are. Now, tbea, hack Into the cars. One at a time. pleav. You'll keep theui above your He who play ' "Colonel A.. K. Martin, widely weather proicnosticator of ronttal Kentucky, thi week made the prediction that the coming vvinter in Kentucky would be one of the .everet mce the cold WinHe lay m hii er of 1S5S-Sthat there will he twenty-nsnow, the tint fallini; on ine October 13 and the la on May l$T2. Durin.? the winter he ays there will b jeventeen xero day pelU, when Ice from ii nd three tee 'hree to twelve tnche thick will be provi-ftharveiteil. He alo make for three leet utorm. The krt froit in thi latitude he ay is due to arrive on September 10th. Colonel Martin ay the severe winter ahead will caue much suffering 'hroushout tho country and he warns ' the public to "take time by the fore-- i top" and prepare In advance for it. Colonel Martin has been a weather prognoitlcator for fifty years and those who have kept up with his pre-- 1 dictions say that hla forecast have "hit the spot" oftener than they I Lexington Leader. have missed. known proc-roticati- ', Mis Leola Stone ,4 i.t at her brother's Mr Harry Stone, with typhoid fever Mm Addm Mae Marsee U in Djn-vill- e Hospital, having been operated on Saturday for appendcttis. Miss lleulah Speake, of Lexinirton with her parent, ipent the week-en- d Mr. and Mr. S. H. Speake. Mr. Sid Dool.n and family and Mr. Joe Pierce and family attended the association nt Attend Wednesday. will make your Creiflo Dairy milk. Horse and cow give more Mule Feed, Ground Barley. Whtat Middlings. Hudson ft Farnau. Mrs L. E Speake and daughter, M- Christine spent Sunday with Mrs. Margaret Speake at her on Mr. J. W Speke, who continues very Fl ill Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Montgomery entertained Sunday Mr. and Mr Otho Montgomery and little daughter, Margaret. E., of Lexington, Mr. and "trs. Eugene Clark and littte daughter, Mr. and Mrs. James Hamilton and Misses llcrntce and Lorina Montgomery. m a A Gentleman. PUBLIC AUCTION Watch for this bargain! Some one is going to buy at this sale on Thursday. Sept. 22nd, AT 2 O'clock P. M. on the premises hernia while Ike goea through you." Sheep, he bad railed them, and Uke theep they obeyed. The flrst to dj was the commercial traveler. There was a look of terror on hla red far, jnd he held his arm erect aa ramrods. Only on traveler remained upoo thi platform. It waa the demur young lady who had been discussing her aoura of action In the event of a real hold up. Instead of fainting she tamped htr foot violently and actually shook her fiat In th flashily dreaaed man'e face. "I won't put my handa up and I won't give you a cent. And I've got ninety dollar lusld my waist and I defy you to take It, you coward. Total AUDIT REPORT OF GARRARD COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION For Year July 1, 1920 To June 30, 1921. Outstanding indebtedness at the beginning of year: BryanUville Bank Bessie Hughes (Note) R. C. Boaln N'ote) 3,500.00 00-- 300.00 (Note) 1 Citizens National Bank outstanding indebtedness 1.000.00 5,400.00 TheraP at Nina. The undersigned is going to sell to the highest m and dwellbidder the Elbert Whiteted stock of goods, fixtures, store-rooing house on easy terms. This is one of the best stands for a country store in Central Kentucky, in a rich farming country where fine tobacco is produced. The crops in this locality are unusually good this year and the prospects for business for a country store in this locality are unusually fine. Come to this sale prepared to buy for somebody is going to get a bargain. Terms made known on day of sale. GARRARD RANK Am BourM, ft TRUST CO Upon the platform the operator was still grinding off hla dime. The flashily dreaaed man approached thu young lady, took off hla hat, and toad o her a a bow. "Madam, you are the only man among the lot," ha said. "Pray keep roar money aa a tribute to your courage 1" The passenger bad all llled In when the wheela of the train began to move. Tho rtsahlly dreeeed man stood on th step and leered at I arm. "Sorry to frighten you all. ladUa and genu." be said. "If you'd obliged me aa I eaked of you to do, I wouldn't have had to ecar you. W alnt. ban-dltwara Juat moving picture people; but we had to get th picture and aa yon wouldn't help ue why. we Just had to hH oaraelvea. flood bye." Wheat tay had nausea their place there waa quite a long silence. Then th draaaaaer spoke. -"I kaew It waaa't ml," h eald. If I'd thought U wm I'd have acted dif- RECEIPTS: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Balance from preceding year From State for teachers' salaries From County levy, including poll and car From borrowed money From other sources 411.20 22,105.80 t4.441.19 11,675.73 ... ...... 3.713.44 182,347.30 2,804.12 l6"-'- 80 Total of balance and receipts DISBURSEMENTS: Incidentals, including fuel Taking census Teachers' salaries Building and Repair Scats, desks and Apparatus County High School tuition County Board and Superintendent Attendance Officer Other Items " 48,374.84 14.180.09 714.47 500.00 792.32 1,027.23 13,734,86 $82,299.63 47.73 113.149.3C ferent" Tout Disbursements Amount In Treasury, June daaaarw yostag lady, tathaate as th) Indebtedness on June 30. 1921 Hut aha waa) raafllag Ha) aaaUs at Ik 30th., 1921 AuctiaMr. Aiiifnee of J. E. Whiteted, J. E. Robinson, Atty. t of taaveMagj laasMi wUMgs the JENNIE HIGGIN8, Secretary County loard of Education. OSCAR RAY, Chairman County Board of Education. "A" Th Central Rcord, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday Stpt 8, 92 1 1 Only Big Show This Year summit caae of CHEST fS IMPORTANT Well-Mad- LANCASTER Wednesday, September 14 Wm e lox Requires Less Ice Than Poor One. Announcement Soptemb.T '2m, 1H2I. Mr. Kd.ol B. Ford, Drainage Hushinj Pip Should Be Cleaned by With Hot Water, and Keep lee Compartment Weil Filled at All Timet. IS'. it of ii well-mad- I'reHrfl hr IBs K? Hie t'rllKl Suit Ice ch.-.- l).iirtt - fCj.. ft ') H lnto : e a'lit Ice tlmu one of HHir C'iimn- n It lioiili keep a tfiiijMTH un hi JciTlV 1'lllllVlllll'lt, (ir Ml)' speIII le. it 25th ANNUAL TOUR OF AMERICA'S FOREMOST TENTED ORGANIZATION Nvr before such a falaxy of Acrobats, Ridrs, EquilibriU. Contort ioniU Gymnasts and Aarialitta SPECIAL R. R. TRAIN ib-- Test jour with tliefl imiirtrr. - Uv Keep tinchest clean; wipe up .iiiithl., .tll in it inn!, when (., e.iry, wn. It nut with lint w.itei i iii two 0f washing soda 1. mill gulloti of water; rlne a . I lr thoroughly. Kivp Hip .Initu IHm ii mii hj Hushing with hot water .mil uiih a longi'madled "inish, Siuli doe nor prt- t Uv from melting; It die from spoiling. Kvp l lie Uv omitKirtaiftit well tilled, Tie I eeniiotny in Hi,. Umt run !. eotcr the In-- lth Ice blauuets. , ii wpiiiN-Mor . ii.ih. preen 'lit melting, inn make ili. Uv t'.l'st less ON, ),, ,t ,Vj, In tin' irv compartment, it the f tlu Uv it time 'lll (llH.r s lJieei. I. lt opeti the I v chest door unnecessarily. Win-i- t o:ie l Mntt. oil, air i.i!iim niit iiml warm ulr rulics In. See iti.it 1 ,crlruitun. the L'iiIUmI States ' i ' fxt je j nt i If 'rtii fh. mei-Ins fcr , ' ) ir nr left iijar. Select fairly llilu ill.he for lev- storage. Thl.fc i,ii.' taUf up iiml linlil licnt. KiiiimicU-- I ar" mi l onlluury kIh arc twttrr thmi h4vjr '.irihi'iiMMr. .Vevfr put warm to l nr wunu IMic Into tin lv hoi i'ii! i nrlnliliiif wiilt-- r nml fo. n hut- T railNhi'i. mnl Uy lcttm tniii In id,. ,v rht4t Uy M'nltii tin-iMinn with chlpp.- -l tight after uv. n.t tW i i ' ' ' !i- -ii rahr Uv. GRAPE JUICE IS REFRESHING Eicetlent for Um In Hot Weather and as BaM for DeeeerU It Cannot AN ARMY OF PEOPLE ' POSITIVELY THE ONLY BIG SHOW COMING THIS SEASON NEVER DIVIDES NEVER DISAPPOINTS A CITY OF CANVAS Much Brat Be Excelled. j nowutU, for niiwt JtiUv If minimi nt lntu j j FREE EXHIBITIONS an Shaw Graunaa at 1:00 and 7:00 P. M. PwferaMCM 24 Mi BM P. M. DllflOwt Om Hoar EarUa EscuralaA Ratat an allR. fLtsxtht KgH.tt.eJay im'l im rvcljK'. 'i ii lm fvll.s. timkiM out. of th ilrlnk In hot wemiir. for It cannot announcement: "We are mnklnj,' another reduction In the prices of Fonl cars and the Ford truck, effective today. The new prices average $70.00 under former prices, and are the lowest at which Ford cars and trucks have ever been sold. List prices, F. O. 15. Detroit are now as follows: Old Price New I'rkc Reduction Chamis $345. $295. ..$ SO. Runabout 370. 43. 325. Touring Car 415. 60. 355. Truck 495 44S. 50. Coupe 593. 69S. . 100. Sedan 760 . 100. 660. "This is the third price cut during the past twelve mouths. On September 22, 1920. the price of the Ford touring car was reduced from Srwfi to $ l June 7th. to and now to $;ir5, making toral reductions in this type of $220, or .'IS per cent. The same proportionate reductions have been made in all other types. One year ago the price of the Ford sedan was $075; today it lista at $Gl50 with the same equipment. "We are taking advantage of every known economy in the manufacture of r sible price, and by doing that, we feel the them to the public at the lowest products in order that we may givat we are doing the one big thing that will help this country into more prosperous times. People are interested in prices and are buying when prices are right. "The production of Fonl cars and trucks for August again broke all previous high records with the total reaching 117.U1M5. This is the fourth consecutive month in which our output has gone over the hundred thousand murk, the total for the four months being 0:S.()7-t- , which has gone a long way in making possible the present reductions. Juiw this year, with an output of 17,217 was the previous record mouth. "One noteworthy feature of our sales is the increased demand for Fonl trucks and cars for salesmen. This clas of commercial business has been gradually increasing the past sixty days and we interpret it as a very good sign of improvement in general business "No reduction has been made In the price of the Fordson tractor, and none is contemplated." Go over these new prices! See how little It eonts to become the owner of a Ford car or a Ford truck. Cnn you really atford to do without one any longer? Let us tell you more about it. and advise you regarding the delivery of the particular type of car in which you ar interested. rrcsltlcnt of thu I'onl Mttor Comjiany, makes the .... pos-ou- 1 of fi . .. oncnin, Mis one of grape juice, tj, lUiv of oi. e leiimii. mill one heaping tenp..infu of ciJntlne ilNolvcl In Ixilllnc wHti-r- ; freeze iu!ckly ; add tli Uenteii eifir white of mie ec when al- miMt frozen. ThU iuantlty l anf. IVpiirtm.-nt time State 4 ln utliij Tii. ih'rt following l j uiifenm-iitfi- Hiiss.wt.ii Uy i;r3w J'i! p, the t'lutiit il.,.'rt j i HASELDEN BEOS LANCASTER, KY. iH pint . AsrU-ultu- r PAINT LICK Mrs. 111. wanted so much tO et ..,. ... t On hU deathbed he called to qtltn of crMI11, , , well. f BUflr ni wue, uoni you imnK i win re-- ; and the Juice of one lemon. Kreezf. cover?' He was quiet then and Syllabub, So Says Rosina Galli, not know he was tfoihif to die. did, Mix one quart of freh crvnm. the Aj one tl4i of (rape little later he felt terrible paini in white of four ,w" Denseuse, hU chest. "He must have suffered Nul(V- lfuU of iwwilered nnir- - W,,,I l'lf the ujjnr with lhe nwful arony. ' cnnm. the halanre with the mis From Asain he called to Mr. Caruso, wrtl. nM BralM. JuKv. in an aironizintr voice, 'I am itoimc to awe.teneij trnwherrtei and plneantile (New York American.) I die.' She tried to comfort hm, say-- J or oranges and tianana. Serve cool . -t :i lne l'aln wouw oon P3" an": Bohemian Cream "Caruso did not want to die. He"1 one pint of thick cream and that he would be better. Out it was believed it was the Supreme Will t'lnt Jelly; (Hiur In- that he should continue to tin. He not so. His eyes closed, his moan-- 1 mM c,l" ""J " lc'"- was broken-hearteand cried like a .n ceased. He was dead. with Judy finger. child when he became aware death "Only a few day before his death was at hund." fcTl B0 0 SHIELD MILK Itosina Galli, premiere dancer of the way Crouch.! an "a Iked vvrv-- . ald this on her body, 'How is my voice?' Every the .Metropolitan, Two Galvanized. Iron Caaet With Lay. arrival from Italy recently on the' body thought it was wonderful, better r of Insulating Material la Mme GaUt join t an ever. Caruso was confident of President Wilson Satisfactory. ed Mr.. Caruso immediately after Har. That was h.s nustake. He the death of the tenor, and remain- did not pay attention to his lar.ijj. If the liny' supply of milk I deed with her and the baby. G'or.a, c had become affected. He livered very early In the monilnic. , that It ntmiil on the Mir li for several until after the funeral. Mme Gal. M r Jt t'-- power there" hour before the family arl-- , a ixirch ' bos should be provided, A Covered bit oolilstltig of two Kalvalilziddroti eases with u layer of tiisttlatliu mawuy to protect (he terial I ii im CARUSO DREADED ( "Caruio tlelent for eight iiersotM. Grape Ice Cream. DEATH ,. ,,, W. O. AnJeraon ily were dinner guets of Miss Fan- -' and Mrs It, Ci Wod, Mr and Mm. It. J. Walker. I)r and Mrs. T. H. nle Dowden Sunday. Mr. Jno. M Uranham. of Gallatin. Smith. Mr. and Mrs H, L. Francis. continues Returned Italy. e. e; ni-Ju- lcf d P" e raBssWa.P milk from sun. iiiiiN, nml iltist lilowii from lite. pr.nvlln mil the stnvt Ml 4iound ibe House I H S H ENGRAVING Tou tiuy this work tierauM you want aomethth nlca not In order to efunomlzn. (loud printing; la better tbaaj cheap rnKravlnic, a cheap Dnory la onorlly dlaap- pulntlng. Our work la I H Hall Hm lii.iii.M'Irap v?ed. ' w'tli MtiiitlDtver In Add a little aweet ' cn-u- ttllliig mid It will not stiicar. caramel H When making apple pie roll it few gratings of cheese Into the crust. All will wne omelet iiiadii with from ls to eight sit eg iiervxi. ivreat WM aH LOOISVILLK Call at Central Record office and see complete line of 'samples. Ba BB I I dih. sugar and ireiini uiaLe a t Hurley well cooked and aerveil with g.xHl aHii Dale are delicious ntuiieil and filled with ulniuiid fulg while sllll soft. When slove, rub putter. f''l ha cseikrd over on rutigli iiInivs with ciiil Try tomatoes rorvl ami hakinl with a wrk auiisa lnft.-- la ettci d Faraau. Hudson BE Everybody remember the meeting Misses Fay Ward, Marie and Beu-laHall Saturday after- Where Ledford were in l.exinifton at Ledford' Ue sure to come noon at 3 V. M. Thursday. and bring some one with you. Accruing Miss Ava McWhorter has taken Mr. Sarah II. Itucker and (laugh-- ! I the place vacated by Miss Uryant In ter, Mis Chattine have returned I Vehicles Captured By Dry Officials the Post Office. Uryant has resigned at from Louisville and Madison, I ml., I Miss Cora To Co Sam Route. the Post Otfice, much" to the regret very much improved in health. I .V,.- -.1 . f of our patnyit. V.I.I. ...,.,tV .n.l ....9. VV'n. I'Mn.l.,.. Mi... UUWI..V. . Washington. Immediate disposal Mrs. Jno. White and Mrs. GeoiTrey Miss Elizabeth Etdridge and Mis f liquors seised under the national Morgan were visiting Mrs. It. G. Eason, of Lexington motored over! prohibition act on which itorage Sunday and were guests of Mrs. H. charges are accruing wa ordered by Woods alst week. Prohibition Commissioner Haynes. Mr. It. II. I.edford and son. Kobt. - Francis. Instruction were sent to Federal Mrs. E. E. Woods entertained the were in Lexington Wedensday following tn honor of her guest. prohibition directors and internal the fair. Mrs. Viriril Conn and two sons, of Miss Ilettic I'axten, of Stanford re- revenue collector to request the U. lincaster, were guests of Mrs. G. cently: Mesdames R. W. Estridge. H. .3. attorneys in their districts to the courts for disposition orJ. Patrick and Miss Mary Walker. W. Conn Tuesday. Misses Mary May and Elizabeth der for all seized liquors, automoMrs. U. M. Lear has returned from this biles, boats or other vehicles tiken a few days visit to her son, Heed and Walker, have as thi'ir guest week Misses Hortense and llrummel by the government for violators of Mlddlesboro. family at Emi- the prohibition laws. Lewis, of Greensburg, Ky., Ml Mesdumes .11 U. Montgomery and Liquor such as "moonshine," adully I'rewltt, of Winchester and Mr. N. M. Hurgess were guests Monday terated and low proof liquor, having James Tute, of Eminence. of Mrs. Sam Deatherage, in ilich- no commercial value, should be deSchool opened Tuesday with a niotiil. stroyed. Mr. Hayne said, while the I'rof Elder and h'gher ""dance. Mr. and Mrs. N'obe Ledford. of .proof and unadulterated charge of the High School, Richmond, ilquor should lie diverted to commerwere guesU Saturday wife have Miss Dora Scott 7th. and 8th. grades, night night of J. 11. Shepherd anil, cial, but not beverage uv.s, Miss Zula Callico Sth. and lith., Mist family. Incomplete reports from the variMartha Garrett 3rd. and 4th., Miss Misses Collette, of Ohio and Callie Nannie Sloan 1st and 'Jnd. and Miss ous districts, Mr. Haynes slid, eati-riathe total value of good liquor Reed, of Itusselsville, arrived last Opal Garnett primary. Held by the government at about week and began the school at Manse The little baby girl of Mr. and Tuesday. Mrs. G. W, No died at the home Mrs. Roy Estridge returned Mon Marriage Is a lottery only where of.it parents at Smith, Ky., Monday from Uloomington, Ind., where day anii-w- ai brought to this place one side draws all of the prize. ihe was the guest of her aunt, Mrs. for burial Wednesday morning. The Joe Frisble. A pubic health official tates that little one was about 8 or 10 months Mr. Jaa. Ralston will take the old. Much sympathy is extended tng toward a state of raco suicide. teachers for the school term except the bereaved parents. Miss Garnett, who will be with Mrs. The following spent Thursday on That, however, Is probably only one A. U. Wynn. the Kentucky river near Uoonsboro of the elevating effects ujf higher Miss Collete will have charge of at a tish dinner: Mr. and Mrs. R. II. education, and can hnrdly be charged the High School, Miss Fay Ward the Ledford, and family, Mr. Martha to wood ulchohol. Intermediate and Miss Callie Reed Wynn and children, Mr. and Mrs. Don't be surprised If England the Primary room. Green Ward, Mr. and Mrs. Robert give In. Don't be surprised .if Miss Sadie Ralston hat accepted Ward and family, Mrs. Millard Ireland back down, Don't be surMrm. Lee Ledford and Mrs. prised if they compromise. Don't the pjsition of Asst. principal at Buckeye High School and left for Wm. Hendren and children. be surpriaed if they fight it out to Mr. and Mr. R. G. Wood enter- a finish. Don' be surprised at anythat place Monday. Misses Elisabeth Conn and Marie tained tie following at a picnic sup- thing. Only the Lord know what Ledford, Rev. Van Winkle and fam- - per: Dr. and Mr. H. J. Patrick, Mr. ths end wilt be over there. h n and sweet potatoes, bacon and Several were In Lancaster Friday of Mr. and Mr. Robert Walker at;!n 00j thing cooked on a camp i otn'r the Howling Dog Ranch. to the ball jcame. was served. Mrs. Mary McLin and daughter, tire Prof. Klder and family have taken Mrs. Maurine Rose and son were the rooms at Mrs. H. I Wallace's. guests part of last week of Mr. and Field tHle of all kinds. Mrs. R. II. Ledford and family. A Tenn.. Is the guest for sevfral da-s'- very delUhtful meal of roast SEIZED BOOZE TO DISPOSED OF Storage Charges Are P' te Led-for- mialo Th Central Racord, Lancaatar, Ky., Thurtday, Sapt 8, 92 1 1 RECALLS WHEN THINKING OF A NEW CAR DON'T rORGIT TBI HOORAY! Genius. MAN AND IDIOSYNCRASIES The Red Wagons Are Of Kentucky FORMER LANCASTER Coming Hnfo Graat Coniotidata-- J Shows Will Eahibit In Lanca. tar WinaUjr, Sept. 14th. Bros., Studebaker THE LEADING CAR WELL REMEMRERED. Louuville Times) Writing t the Albany New Km, I I Mr. S. A Davldion of Chanuti. j Tenn , a relative of the late Spencer Dabney, one of tte most pronounce I character thi State ever knew, re ran something of his oddities ami hi early life in Albany, where Dab ney, n .iddlemakcr, formerly had m shop, Spencer Dabney wa a Inking figure, a splendid appear ing mnn and of remarkably ditm guihed look when hi six feet of stature were attired In hi best c'othe. Mr I.ivdon writes: The way he got to be n law yer is a good tory. He wa one n.ght playing poker with Judge Fount Fox. Mike Owsley, Sam Hole and John Sandldge at Rune!! Springs. For n Joke OwsUy foil Fox that Dabney, then a very young man, wa there to be examined touching hi learn. ng In the profeion of Coke and III.ick.tone. Fox answered: "Dabney, yu look like a Iawer, you play poker like a lawyer and I'll be hanged if I dont make you a lawyer," which he did on the spot. Spence moved to Lebanon, where Proctor Knott ubeuent ty lived, and opened n law office. Th- - boy elected him justice of the Peace and hi library wa the Revved Statutes, the Code of Practice of Kentucky and the Farmer' Almanac. It wa auert ed that hi court wa noted for a maximum of dignity and a min imum of learning. He got into politic and wa a candidate for State Senator. Unfortuntely the presiding officer of the conven tmn put the vote thi way : "All in favor of the nomination of Colonel Dabney will rise." That beat him; though in a majority, not a Dabney delegate could stand on hi pins. I don't recall a more dathing looking man than Spencer Dabney at hi bet. He would have attracted attention, commanded admiration in any society. One Fourth of July the orator of the occasion wa absent, and Spencer was called on to fill hi place and make a Democratic stump speech ami he did it capitally. The audience wa spellbound and hung on hi words. Hi periods were fervid and burning, and after two hour of enormous eloquence h? c!oed 'n a very rhapsody of patriotic declamation. Coming down from the stand Spencer met one of hi maternal uncle, who wa pretty nearly a much of a wag a Spencer himself The old man said: "Spencer I'm proud of you. Your eloquence wa splendid, your pre ence superb, your voice r:ch, resonant and musical, your gestures were itself, but Siience. what you lack, is Ideei. If a Idea ever strikes you. I'm damned if you won't be a rouser " CAMWELL DISTRIBUTORS i Of THE DAT. ARNOLD-DANVILLE. KY Haat Your Btaagalow, Cottafa, or Flat with HotWattr Thli announcement hailed with delight by the juvenile element, while soma of the "oldr bjy" are already looking about for their stray nephew and niece. They are say-ithey will probably have to g'i and carry the children to see th animal. Hut deep down In their heart they know they would not mis the big show If there were not a small boy within a thou.ind milet of Lancaster. On Show Day. Many new and novel feature wil! Vt seen in thi year's program of th1 (Jreat Hugo Hro. Show. Foremost among then will be the Flying Jordan, during and Intrepid atrial- Ut; the Sllverton Trio, dancers on a iofty double wire; the Alpine dainty and marvelou equilibrists; the peerles Potter, gym naita; the Nelson family acrobat, Sn-ters, Welding Repairing We are now in a poiition to handle all classes of welding aid catting aa well as general machine and repair work. Oxy-Acctelyae Prompt Service We solicit your inquiries when in the market for Gas or Kerosene Engine Power. Cellar not neces sary put In any mall home with- 'aaHhaVaCai t aEV out disturbing arrangements, Uie preterit heating til ready to uk-w- unilh IDEAL Areola Radiator-Boilewatw IDCAL-Artcla Radta-lo- r BVWra lor tmall r 1T rrtm to AnMrkaa RaJtaion la a filial Ta aunatm, not ducshia. nul rranoaUcal ixatlntj rtaat tar adto-ata- - gr.jSj tisstStoS Kentucky. liagan Gas Engine COMPANY IrcorporateJ Winchester, & Mfg Kentucky. puataataywaa4(MtaUahalt. kouan vtthflqt tllar. Mot Mrt H.tin rtnp4 an-- l at ma-M- a a Mm m an UauaUtimau, rr See one new on display in my window. P. 8. WILLIAMS, Lancaster, Kay. Nora Teater, Sallie Lou Teater nnd Kthel Mr t l i. iliilin r..ta I Kay spent Monday In Nicholanille .It... It. If (lifTnriil with Mrs. - M. Crutchtield. Llaaa la barrels. Mr. and .Mrs Handy Kurti ami Hti4on A Faraau. d family, of Mercer county. Mrs. Mr. ami Mr. Jess Hill entnrtaln West and family, of Richmond ad several relatives to dinner Sun have been vKttlnif Mr. and Mr. I day, F. llrown. .Several from here attended the Mr and Mr. Walker Hradshaw Tate Creek Association at tiitcad and family, of Danville,. Mr. and lat week. Mrs. Smiley Hill, of Frankfort, have Mr. ar.d Mr. Mai Carter entertain been visiting Mr. T. O. Hill and Mr. ni a number of relative! and friend and Mrs. Talbott Jenkins. I to dinner Sunday. Mr. Ceo. K. I'ryor, of St. Loun. Mr. and Mn. Hiram Hay, Mr.' Mo , lr W. I). I'ryor. of Richmond. Nora Tenter anil Mr. (ieu, Kay Mr. I.. I Sander and iwn, Burnett, spent Monday in Richmond. j of Crab Orchnrd. visited Mr. and Mn. Otto Simpson and daughter Mrs. Hiram Kay and family tatt have been visiting Mrs. Tilden lloov. week. cr at liaiard anil Mrs. Tray In l.oul Mr. Ceorge Storme and daughter. Mile. ami Mis lleulah, of Kanta. Mr. Min Mac Phelps and Mis Kllen Mr. Hurton Sander and Mr. Hob-er- t. Walker, of Richmond, were weekof Mndison county, apent end vititon of Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Thursday with Mr. and Mr. Robt. I'.eratt. Hroaddu. Iter. Price of Louisville anil Mr. MIm Sallie Lou Teater entertainJohn Sanders were guest of Mr. and ed Her S. S. Junior cla of sixteen Mr. Mai Carter from Saturday un- Thursday I'. M. from 3 until 5 til Monday. o'clock. Mulc and game were Monday morning School opened after which a delightful satad with good attendance. He v. Price, eourse w.i erved. The party closof Louiaville, wa there and gave a ed with singing sacred hymn and splendid talk. j.rayer. BUCKEYE Mrs. Hram lrlir Mine Ilu-for- educated Shetland monkey ponieJ. The and d)g ciown congress i a large on ana i. headed by Arthur Kerry Andy Rice, Sam Lewi and Valdo. In the menngerie will be een Tom Tom j the largest elephant in captivity ' The big show travel abroad tt own pecial train of railroad car. There will be two performance, p. m.. the doors opening at 2 and in hour earlier to permit a concert f popular and operatic mu.c by Prof. Fred Melvin and hi military band. A serie of free exhibtton will be given on the show ground p. m., in addit.on ta a at 1 and band concert on the downtown itreet at noon. The town and surrounding country I heavily billed for the appearance of the big show and local merchants anticipate the largest crowd on show day, tn yean. two-scor- e and i ssi A Dollar Earned one-third two-thirtwo-third- The dollar earned only of the structure of t'ae younu man's .nieces i. s The dollar saved i ttte other It is becausi it n harder to save than to earn. Pity the fellow who doesn't. You b tile fellow whi does. The reliable, courteou bank of thi community Invites your depottti. THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. Capital $50,000. Gas And Subs. The Surplus $50,000. Honor Roll Bonk portion to the price. The local merchant cannot afford to sell "cheap" stuff. His customers would not tolerate it. Because the prosperity of a community depends upon the amount of money in circulation in the community, and that Is regulated mainly by the marketing of surplus products abroad nnd the keeping of a.s much as possible of the receipts at home. Because a community that spends 'most of its money for supplies soon thids that it has little left for the purchase of additional supplies. It is so simple a child could understand it. nnd what a child can comprehend should not go unheeded by adults. Think it over. Thinking may accomplish much good. It certainly will do no harm. Rye IMPORTANT STAKES Of the Annual Fall Meeting at Sown On Bare Fields Would Make More Pasture. -- LATONIA (Cenveueat to Cmcmaati) Sept. 3rd to Oct. 8th I.atotiia Handicap, $5,000 added, for and upward, one mile and a sixteenth, Siturday,"!cptcmhcT J. Autumn Handicap, $5,000 added, for and upward, six furlong, Monday, September 5. Covington Handicap, $5,00") added, for Saturday, and upward, one mile and September 10. Fort Tliomas Handicap, $5,010 added, six furlongs, Saturday, September 17. I.atoni.i Championship Stakes, $15,000 added, for 3 year-oldone mile and Saturday, September 17, Twin City Handicap, $5,000 added, for .Vycar-oland upward, one mile and five furlongs, Saturday, September 24. Queen City Handicap, $10,000 added, for one mile, Saturday. October 1. I.atotiia Cup, $7,500 added, for anil upward, two miles and a quarter, Saturday, October 8. These rich fixtures and a correspondingly liberal policy throughout mark a seaon of racing, planned in the interests of horsemen and public alike, the- Fall Mediae; at Latonia has attracted the best horses in training. Aay day's program will be worth traveling miles to see. tlircc-siMccntli.- s, s, three-quarter- d Despite the fact that the norma' area of pasture jn Kentucky u nearly 5,000.000 acre much livestock t compelled to exist on vant ration beceuse of poor pasture soil and periodical dry spells, according ti soils Thi pccialtt. conlltion could be remedied for a nerod of leveral week during the fa'.l and early spring and the pasture acreage increased by at least 3,000,000 acres by seeding rye in the crr. and tobacco rleld of the State, a. fording to R. E. Stephenson, soil field agent of the College of Agr culture. Many farmer in the State are fast realizing the importance if thi crop a a late fall and eary pnng paiture, report from one comity Indicating that the rye acre-at- e there will be doubled thi fa!!. Pasturing m wittier may be done provided the ground l not too soft. Mr Stephenson said. A Told County farmer has reported that the Increased milk production whi.-he obtained by placing hi cows on rye pasture was highly protitabV. Aside from it value for pasturing a rye cover croji on corn and Held afford the soil protection from erolon and the '.each.ng away of feriil ty during the winter Rubber Tireine 1 f have juit received a new supply of the - Beit Grade of Guar, aatead nd will rubbar your bueiy for $14.00. tiWn a trial and satisfy yevmlf. Phono 187. nutter disarmament confer-cM.ce to be held in Washington Why Not Trade in November may result in the limitation of armaments and At Home? the reduction of .taniliut( arMany people ask that quesmies. If it accompltshe. no tion, but very few trouble to more than these two thinjrs f. seek the answer. j will justify its existence. Why should people patronBut for the sake of humanity! ize their home merchants? it should do more. It should; Because it is a great saving put an end to submarine and of time, and time today represents money. jras warfare. Because the Home merchant The whole world knows the can only remain in business horrors of submarine war- through the patronage of home fare how even helpless wom people, and a town without en and children have fallen merchants would be a sorry victims to the hornets of the place in which to live. Because the home merchant deep. Civilization has been sells goods that do not have to set buck a hundred years by be returned because of defects their use. of quality. It is The man who shoots another or inferiority in which the local way in the back without warninjr is the only called a coward. The submar man can hold his trade. Because the local merchant ine is no better. It strikes in anil murders whole is not in the habit of charging the dark shiploads who have no means excessive prices. You may at times be able to get the same ot .striking back. The use of as is another evi article elsewhere for a little dence of the defeneration of less money, but the quality will invariably be reduced in pro- mankind. In other days savape Indians burned their prisoners at the stake. They did not bunt women nnd children. The use of kua in warfare comes dangerously near to be ing on a par with burning at the stake. Its full horrors are known only to those who have suirered its agony. Since the close-o- f the world war gasses have been produc ed that will exterminate entire armies. If we have another great war this will mean the wholesale destruction of a great proportion of the male population ot the earth. It will also mean that entire cities will be depopulated nun- - com- batniiLs and innocent women and children falling victims to! its deadly fumes. Such attacks will come from the air. The temptation ot annihilate will be too great for an enemy to withstand. Gasses and submarines should be outlawed among the nations of the earth. The Washington conference is an opportune time for such action. Civilization reiiuires it nnd humanity demands it. Out of sight is not always out of Sometimes the absent one forget to pay up. mind. ad The honesty of some people is dependent wholly upon what they cannot get away with without bemj caught. V Y7nl kSta:tssaBaSBBBBBBBBBBBBCtasSHSBBBn m lfesVcktiaiMsteNair KENTUCKY JOCKEY CLUB LATONIA, KY, COURSE K N Lar.CMUr.'ICy Th wis man knows a foolish thing whan ht hears it, but h dots not always rucognlz it whsn tit says it. CONN and CONN n nBBBBnasBBaBBGsaBBBaajiBnf Th Central fUcord, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday Stp 1 8, 02 1 1 men of the earth will neck to He pay an exceaoive price curtail armament, eliminate for the gas and oil which ho war, and make the land one of uses, and' In some states one peace, ,happinoM and plenty. cent a gallon of the cost of gas While they are talking the goes into the tax fund. This world will be moving. It niny simply adds a cent to the price be moving toward better days, of gas. or it may be approaching hor There nre some excellent rors ns yet even unheard of. automobile repair mea but the Rut still it will move, steadi country is overrun with a lot of ly surely, without pause or tie sharks who know as much a T viation from its course. now tne mechanism or a car A few high grade Biggies on hand. lion matie tne wont! for a as a doctor docs about shoeing purpose and when the purpose a horse. The car owner tloes AND and get yours before they are gone. is accomplished the world will not find these bird out until they put his car on the "blink" cease to be. You, and I. nre but little ami they have to have the work specks in this world that moves done over again. The law af less than a tiny grain of fords him no protection against these sharks, unless he takes sand tipon a mighty beach. Everything usually kept in a high grade market Great is the world, greater the matter into court in the at less than factory prices. Now Is the tine is sold here at close prices. is God, but infinitely small are way of a civil suit. If a pedestrian or a child we who doubt thnt the world We hope to serve you. to buy. suddenly steps in front of a will continue to move. Doubt not today, lest at the moving car without warning day of judgment ye be doubt and is injured it is always the driver who is at fault and who ed. pays the bill. Public sentiment never concedes that it is A Harbinger Of Evil. possible for him to be in the "Live and Let Live Folks." An eminent Norwegian pro right. phesies that the United States The automobile is in greater He pointed .all in Kentucky will soon be overrun with hoi-- 1 OPPOSES CHANGE firat the (ievemor was chosen byout se today man tne horse and n l sneviKi ami in tne grip ot tne buggy, and the motor vehicles c illegr of electors under the first IN LAW. torror. Constitution of Kentucky, and that The Central Record even pet the date when all redPleasant prospect ! are rapidly displacing the wag "the lat victory was won In 19H, would be wafted to heaven, or on in commercial use. Issued Weekly. fl.80 Yenr. Phelps An when it was provided that United Lilburn Having failed dismally in to hell, or wherever else they We hear no crying demands Payable la Advance. State Senator should be elected by tussia after reducing thnt for placing a special tax on might go. nounces That He Will tHe eopte." J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. There was much excitement, country to. ruin and starvation, wagons and buggies, or horses R. L .ELKIN, Local Editor and Mgr. FiVht Move To Make BONUS HIT BY many wild eyes, and no little t is but natural that the red or mules. tordes should seek for new entered at the Poit Office in uneasiness, or ..' rrehension. And yet periodically some s Mail Ky., at an Educational Head CHAMBER OF They dressed themselves in fields to conquer and there excellent citizen arises ami de Matter. none fairer than ours. is mands that the motorist be Appointive. white, ascended high mounCOMMERCE . Tlin iliituir Hi v nrit fin t)w, . . sonKctl again. .. . . tains or hills, raised their eyes r THE AMERICAN PKW ASSOCIATION power Of the bOlSheVlki, but, Th rnr nwnur hm Iikihi vh Says It Would Be Political Pi. to heaven, and awaited the Will Cost More Than rather in our own indifference. it,-w- i summon. .. i?s. iv special pIei TENDER MEAT 0 GOOD TO EAT Old Hickory Wagons EASV TO BUY CONN BROS. IEEE) Cuirey & Ghilley. a . . i " Lan-caite- Second-Clas- Laacaster, Ky., to They are still waiting American to conceive that any .u., imn Rait For Political Announcement. those who arc left of them. ower under the sun could up-- , And the world still moves. et our established order Kor Precinct and City Office. .$5.00 oft Where Are 10.00 For County Offices In the early days woman g overnment. Kor State and District Offices.. 16.00 Our Brains? The autocratic czar of Rus .10 was something of a chattel For Calls, per line a ... .. .10 possession of mankind, to be sia probably lelt much the Recently the government For Cards, per line For all publications in the interdisposed of as his fancy might same until he ceased to bo ontracted with England to est of individuals or expresither an autocrat or a czar. build a giant dirigible for ogr decree. sion of individual views, per The strongest of stone walls navy. Among the rich and power10 line Obituaries, per line ... .06 ful she was an ornament, a will crumble and fall if the1 " collapsed on its trial trip d nearly fifty American and oundations are persistently' plaything. In the humblor English airmen were killed. walks of life she was a drudge, ndermindud. Life paid the penalty of go with governments. It is little better than a beast of faulty construction. nd evon our own is not im burden. e can understand ine If any person had told the mune. six years or more we whys and the wherefores of For kings and knights of old that thtr time would come when ave witnessed an orgy ot faulty construction, but we DEMOCRATIC TICKET woman would be man's equnl profiteering and gouging and cannot understand why we hindering such as has never should have a dirigible built in all things that person would For Slat Senator in England at an expense of been dreamed ot neiore. have been considered a lunatic, J. E. ROBINSON' Money lust, drove an other two million dollars when it or a linr, or both, and a dan For Circuit Judc gerous person to remain at wise sane public mad, and it is could 3ust as well be made CHARLES A. HAH DIN large. His days would hnve only partially recovering to here at home. Commonwealth' Attorney This sort of thing seems esday. been short. EMMET V. PURVEAR cor pecially aggravating when we Laws of restriction and iet ior centuries woman the live or six millions For Representative has been forging forward, rection we have, but they are think of out of employment in ROBERT II. TOMLINSON, JR. too often looked upon as ap- if men fighting for and obtaining fiis country. It may be true greater privileges, until today plicable to the other fellow that none of these men could For County Judge J. C. WILLIAMS sne is recognized as man a and not to self. Such a condition, stretching build dirigibles, but the money equal in many countries. For County Attorney would be kept in circulation at In the past doubting ones over a long period of time, af- home, GREEN CLAY WALKER and every little helps. have made dire prophesies fords the bolshevik! to spread For Circuit Clerk Are we deteriorating in con for such a day. The rise of resentment and discontent, two structive ability? JAMES 6. WOODS, JR. womanhood to them meant important factors which are Must we admit that For Sheriff chaos, disintegration, disso preliminaries to every revolu with the best of her manDAVE SANDERS tion. Deputies, Ashby Arnold, II. D. Lee, lution. hood under' the sod, is even Instead of smiling at the Rut woman still progresses, For County Clerk learned Norwegian who warns yet able to construct dirigibles and .the world still moves. where we cannot? MISS FANNIE DOWDEN If man doesn't like it he can us of impending evil we would Where are our brains, do well to give his words seriFor Jailer Ing behind. DAVID ROSS ous consideration, lest the time Some people profess to be come when it is too late to con For Magistral Some men arc Mid never to knowJ. H. CLARK lieve that the great war mark sider. when they arc whipped. Dut perR. L. BARKER ed the beginning of the end of haps they are too good at running time, and that Christ was to re- Automobile Taxation. to get into n scrap. REPUBLICAN TICKET turn to earth in 1925 and rule When certain well meaning For Magistrate He of good Knickfor a thousand years. This people discuss means for aug erbockers for cheer, brother. not re- NOAH MARSEE, JR. women will belief is based upon mathema- menting the federal revenue mpin knickerbockers. Next season tical computations applied to they suggest adding another they will be trunks. As The Editor Sees It. certain passages in the bible. tax on automobile. Has it occured to you that It may be true, or it may not, They go on the theory that there are many people today but if your heart is clean you if u man has money enough to who uincerely believe that the need have no fear of meeting own a car he can nirord to pay world is coming to an end, und Christ in 1925. an additional tax for the pleas that the day is near at hand? If Christ were to sweep the ure of its use, apparently giving To The present unsettled condi- rulers of the earth into the seas no thought to the fact that the tions throughout the earth are nnd seize the reins of govern- car owner is already paying to them but visible signs of the ment himself we would not be heavily for that privilege. approaching dissolution. the losers thereby. When the tax assessor comes Rut regardless of their beEven with Christ as the around he lists a man's autoliefs, and no matter what hap- Emperor of the Earth the mobile as a part of his property pens, the, world keeps right on world would continue to move upon which taxes are paid. moving, and it will' continue to at least for a thousand He pays an annual license move until time ceases to be. years. fee to the state and to the city Many yearn ago the mem-b- ri And as the earth moves, so in which he lives. It is true, of a rtligious sect were with it. however, that in some of the Loaa ASeat csiiviaced that the end of the A great conference is to be smaller towns no city license Court HetaM Laacatter, Ky. They held in Washisgton. Wise is required. world wao at haad. Eng-lnnd, - Stttealer 8, 1921 ... MU.nvu The secretary of the Kcpublican All Pension Claims, State Central Committee. Lilburn Ky., !at week I'fcrlps, Jamestown, Is announced that "I am Rome- to rirht systematically the propeed con Washington. In a new attack which stitutional would take the oilier of the Mate attain it payment of a ranh bonus to Superintendent of l'ubhe Instrue- - former service men. the Chamber of Commerce of the United States estihen out of polities. more to a statement aptinit mates that it would co.t "I am liming said. carry out the maximum terms of the he amendment." Mr. 1'heip of Nlrr proposed rash bonus than the Gov"1 have prepared a lot te send to the country pre ernment ka paid out in pensions hroughent Uie State. I plan aim to luring it entire existence. Affording to the National Cham. of place my views in the Hsndi ccunty oiTicials, both Democratic and bet's statement, the pomlon bill of Ucpchlican. and in the hand of eth Jae United State up te June 30. i 10 IP. amounted te approximately er eounty leaders of both parties. JS.hOO.OOO.QOO white the maximum I am opposing thi amendment ns .. . '" ' f tJn n.r.iui...! !..... I. a citizen ami a voter ami i want taat rai! at ti,'ju,uoo,000. Tht latter made clear," he went on. "I repre intrudes the estimated cost of Itepublican purty sent neither the State Central earrying out the provision of the the ltepubKcan Committee, of whteh I am secretary. bonus hill. At the same time, the .tntrmirflt Kor do I rrpretent any organisation. rails attention to the fact that I think that both sides of the quesnearly three-fourt- h of the veteran tion should be heard and it Is probwho would share in a bonur aw no speeches able that 1 ol.all indkc fllhtiar whatever, and nearly one-haniralnit the amendment." of them were In service but six ills Virw,. Dncrib. months or less before the armistice. Settmi; forth his view.. .Mr. l'help Copieo of the statement hnve bcn iid that "thi is uiid to be an eat to the I'residnt, mnibr of the amendment to take the oifire of the Cabinet, members of Concrenn. buil- Superintendent of Public Infraction ne men in every Statef in thi tut of politics. It should be called Union ami organisation nirillBtrd jn amendment to take the election v;th the National Chmbrr. if the superintendent out of the The statement says thnt the Govhinds of the people and place it in ernment has already expended for the hands of a few politicians." former service mm. Injured since 'he armistice nearly 11.500,000, or Sect "Bunch of Plums." "If the amendment is adopted, the nn amount equal to the minimum politicians will not overlook this "ot of the proposed cah bonus. bunch of plums. They will begin We note, in pawing, that there their work soon as the Legisla- . Ic kissing among women than ture meet, and even before. If the there was n few years ago. Hut amendment is adopted, the Superin- perhaps the men have no chance for tendent of I'ubiir Imtruclion will Ih."elected by the candidate for Gover roiiiuaint. nor, his campaign manager and prob A man will talk for hours about ably two or three other political the short coinings of his neighbor, and then get as mad as n hornet If Mr. I'helps added that "making nn the neighbor lets out a single chirp office appointive does not take it out about him. of politlm. The effort to take the office of County Superintendent of The fight for supremacy between Schools out of politics by this method tho pen und the sword Is at an end. is a failure." The awonl m no longer used in batHero he reviewed the changes in tle and the pen. lini been supplanted the manner of selecting public of- - by the typewriter. - Stated. U" ... h...j rv rie-u- re nr lf MONEY SCHOOL Full SUPPLIES NtnitTiWttt Utt Little Red ScMfl Loan On Fenclls, Ten Holders, ComiswUIom Books, Erasers, Rilert, Wax Crayons, Ink, Farms ad School Baa. Try tor UH Orinki, Outfits ami Fruits SANDERS VARIETY CASH STORE ThtfCantral FUcord. LnncatUi, Ky., Thursday, Sept 8 1921 Mfea Ruby Crew, of Danville, haa GoMip About vc People been viaitlnr Ianeater friend. is Mlts Marjory Pallou, after a visit to Mr. Joe Fronds, ha returned Browning. Mi MIm Marie MattlBajly, of Lebanon veiling hrr iter, Mrs. Frank Hirming-ha- ENJOYED VACATION Brother J. F. Adams We arc showing iteclal line of to her home In Stanford. r Wheeler and Mr. Joe CHILDREN HOSIERY FOR Wheeler, of Junction City, have been .Mr. and .Mra. T. K. Price, of DanAnd Mrs. Adams luetn of Mr and Mr, Hen Wood, ville ptnt Sunday with her father, Mr, Ja. A. Scott of Paint Lick. 3aad ritaiant Viiit With Lancai-Ir- r All Mary Owsley will leave thi of SUIDI LIKE HATS and TAMS. Alto Mr. Vnl Cook, of Danville, spent week for Lexington, where he will Pru-let- t, Friend. Mr. J. J. Thompion and on, in Lnncatter, the week-enbe a member of the graduating cla are visiting friends and relaHrothcr Jeff Adam, superintendMr. Fleece" Rnhinann, of Danville, at Trnnsylvanui College thin year. tive in Pulaskin and Korkrastlc. and ent of the Moonir Widow's recent vmltor In l.anca)er. II, Swlnrbroad left y Mr. C. hu Mr. J. C. Hemphill nnd son, J. Orphan Home, and .Mrs. Aitam, who for Somerset, where he Ik C bave Mr. Kllxabcth Dillon, of Stanford attending returned to I.ouiville after spent their vacation In Lancaster, the South Methndlil ConI..M bun vliitlng Mm. N. Miller. a pleaiant viit to relative in tell of hi pleasant visit here in the ference which i in erion there. Alaionir Home Journal, in which he Wa! post . in receipt of a letter that ran by, Mill I.uln Simpion, of Htanfonl, Mr. Anna McDougle, of eLsIng- ny: from thi "Squad" as they arc known We couldn't forget all theie, if we'd Air. and Mr. Hayden Leavell if the guest of Mr. U. D. Simpson. ton, and Mr? Lillie Kennedy, of "Mr. Adam nnd I looked over the pnd he try, very deirou of getting pent the week at Sumernet with Air. Mr. ami Mr, (J. II.. Kwinchroad Carlisle, are gueft. of Mr. and Mr. country tryng to select a luitablc the name of all service men in thi We think of the schooldays made nnd Air. Hen Ilamm and atttnded (Seorge Smith, on Lexington avenue. have been recent vsitura In place among the many nice 5ne to county who desire to put in their brighter by you, the fair. spend our vacation. Finally, we nnd claims for compensations and any- As you filled our lunch-baskMr. Alex Denny, Mr and Mr. the beauUful little city of thing elje that the Air. L. N. Miller and little daughman bade us adieu, Mill I.oulie Cromer, of Kant Cabell Denny Merit labor day at Wager are in Ilrrnitadt, wa visiting friend here Graham Spring. They were accom ter. Anna parents, Air. Richmond Lancatter, Ky.. in which to pend the . troubled with. Air. .Miller ex- With alway that love that prompted visiting hrr and Air. much nteded clays of rest and recre- plained to u that if you have alyou to ay week-end- . ant panicd home by Mr. Mattie Duncan, L. T. Wilson. ation. ready tried to gtt compensation and "He good children and study your Lancaster i the County Seat of Mim who ha been ipending a week there. Mrs. U. D. Slmpon nnd nny ground best today." Mi Sue lliggln went to Loul.-vill- e Garrard County, where the blue have been turned down on Elizabeth Logan have been recent Will uurp 1IUV Mem. (icorge Swinehrnad and liuill Kw , Anoth'r where she ha ac- grnrs waves dw,r wek chcmh I"cturc to the gmtle breeze, ng before this "Clean Up" guct in Lexington. nuad. guet, Mr. John Mage), attended the ceptedlat position a teacher in the a and where the giant (talk of tobacweek-enThe nil a of this method of clenn- - s the old church house by the school houe party given by Mi-AluMnic Home. Mr. nnd Mr. (5. II. Kvnn ami co grow in profusion; where live lng up all claim that have madel Mary Mae nnd Elizabeth Walker, house o near, children, of Cincinnati, vhited Mr. and breathes happy lad and lassies, application for nme is that when the' Where we wonhlpid with Father nnd AIim .Minnie Nelran and AH near l.ancaiter Mary ' uti last week. Knmey, of Paint Lick, will son and daughters of mot noble 'Sweet Hill" which will be a lowj Grandpa so Jong, Mr. Kthel Weit UnrnM, who ha spend the week-nwith Miss Alary sirei; where a welcome it breathed mil let the local post of the Legion (And vere taught to do right by Alli Motme Crliclllut has return-i- . here, Wood on lUchmond ttteet. from every bri-- t and that pure with the local lied Cross! home after a tliort vult with tela, been petnhng everal week ample and song, ha returned to Wtnnvpeg, Canada, Ki nturky hospitality i shown act on all claim from the date that' There we made the confes-don- , one live in Williamsburg. Airs. John I.. Andenon returned to all who enter her portals. where he will reiume her dutie in We if goes into nect. TDK RECOP.Dj ,y one. to htr home in Wahlngton City to-- j could not have made a better selec- I, I.ou I'eyton ha returned the ichuol of the Deaf. Mr. as always been found to be for her You start d u right, life's race to torf after a few days with her wm, Mtuie Allle Dunn and Kdna Her-ke- day, after (pending a month with her tion. foldiers and we would like to run. place. I. J. I'eyton, of thi mother. Air. Arthuvi Currey. While in Lancaster, we were greet- M'ggcit to all service men for them will leave thi week for Charwall Mh-oand their to get behind the AAJKItlCAN LEG- Another picture on memory' Air. and Mr. Phill Thompon nnd ed by big hearted Dr. and Mr. William lJunlctt. lotte, N. C., when- - they will occupy Thomp-o- n have returned families whose grasp of love and ION in order that they may be able I the latch-strin- g Mae llurdctt, were the chair of Latin and Mathema-fe- - Lueien outside and the nml Mli CaMie home after a ten day vliit with friendship makes one fel that he has to take advantage of the "Swietl welcome call 1n Lncater lait Haturday. in Queen's College. reached Home, Sweet Home. We Hill. friend nnd relative in Parker, lnd. and You gave alike to stranger MIm I.ucy Doty, of Lexington, were located in the beautiful home Aft. and Air, (lay Sunon left friend, Danville A who ha been visiting her father. Mr Tuevlay fur Alartinvilte, Air. Nathaniel Dihnny and sitter, of .Mr. JL T. Logan, on Indiana, And dispensed hospitality nnd cheer Doty, hat returned home. where we partook of her where they will be Joined by Air. of Louuvtlle, arrived here Saturday Street, without end, Home-Comin- g. A. II. Hice, of Parkcnburg, W. Vu.. to be th- - house gurits of their aunt. hospitality and good things to eat days as wc Oh, they were good Mr ,and Mr. K. M. Walker, of days and we were then and pend two week there Air. D. W. Parson on the Kirkiville for everal eount them o'er, The beautiful home of Air. Alary Kmmlncnre. were guet of .Mr. and compelled to wend our way homeAnn Sanders on Lexington pike was Ji seem we've Hved n hundred years Mr. A. K. Walker -- lid family lait lllllle, the little on of .Mr and pise. ward. We will never forget the or more a scene of happiness and Joy Friday, week. Mrr l J. I'eyton won two prize Air. Kverett Young, of Highland, kinilntss of Air. Logan, it looked Sept. 2nd., when a number of cars You crowded so much into such a ir wh'le in AliMuurt a dollar fur was the guest of bis brother, Air. a though she had ransacked the Air. Jack Cawy and baby have short time the lone distance baby and a K. J. Young and family nf thi place earth to obtain for us the many good drove into the spaciou ground and returned from a few days' vuit to Hke nnd a love cart for having red hair. and other relative the tint of thi thingr to eat. Nor will we ever for- - surprised Airs. Sander with a home Of hnppine, ghidne her lter, Mri. Poreit Pttigcrald in ( V... .k,l.l...n mm. I ..n.l subHrar. week. 111.111 ., , ,Vl ilJC ., IVUlllDlV!. VA!llll!l-- . Ul , ,. Danville. Air. and Air. W. A. Detihman .1, . ,k w. 111. S. mt otT to yen Alothcr. you've . .. . ciuiiii I'll, ill iviiuiati " Air. Natbnwel Dehony left Tues- - ") Mr. and Mrr Mi. M. AI. Cmeillui stood ta tat-- t, day. Albert Hrent. uf Mr. and Mn. an4 netee, Christine Crtscillu meter- - day for his home in LouwviUe after estimable families. We may chnnce 'iartt full of love, declare you week-enAir. Sanders, who wo now to It with Aixtnrton, iicnt the ed !kraugh item Wtlltamaburg fur a spending a idcaumt vneaUan witlijt0 trav,fl " foreign land, we may-M- the honored guest, was told to prethe beat-- Mm. Hrent' father, Hon. It. II. Tot. eta., to Mr. ami Aire. J. AI. Crwrilla aunt and ancle. Air. and Mrs. U.Iome day be drifted far from these pare to meet other friends and rela- We rank you higher than General Iwton. 'e0(' peopie. bat so long as life )itts W. I'arsaa. aw4 family. or ag would arnvt later. The and ear rnemary icrve u, we will tive who M. ilainct. af Leb. Mr. and Mr. J. nt and daughters now busied Poets or bard who lng down the - m,t Mr. and Air. Lawrence Pollnrd an aleMrs. Farnat Stapp gav cvuld we, forget the aplendid anon, bnve beon'guett of Mr. and age. with the preparation of a dolightfnl dinner gM dinner last Wodn4ay at Har time rpent in Lancaster, and the' themselves Gearge Spoonamare, on Kleav untortoined with Mr. long table- in the yard, where the You've made us so happy wltlt your Alia Alary Prue-Th- o ham Sunday in Uonr of en LeainRtmi pk. The tb,e memory af those who were mi kind love and care mend itreet. well Ailed basket were relieve.! of voang faRut being proaont had far it renter plate a vate hllad i to a will live green in our memory I.. , Here's hoping we can return a full . jrao" 0I. 00a Har- vara: Alsaaaa SaUte aad Myrtle Lee. with fall flowera and a dolinoaa four Mr. ami Mm J. P. White, af the time bail come when T. sOiare that no delicacy that l iived Thae t ,kii. lan, have bran the i;urt af Mr. Ml Stella Naylor and .Mr. llmdford eour... menu wnt Of gratitude unbounded and love. Dav.r, prrsent were Mra. Marshall Mrs. J. M. Crtaellhis Baylor day and haur. .pent with the urfr " W""aay White w.f lter, fraught .vtth deed biit cm-- r vi in.. iiiiiuri .Tii.n: and daaghter. Aliaa Kdna, of Nlcho- people of that enterprWng and, and Mr. Crtectllui. Air. and Mn. Wejluy Ditkersen, of all were awn bled, the following That, the .harvest will prove you'vo Lonr and L.,....f nl tnn.n nr.. I ii.ni ...!.,. n. i laiville. Alra. Hobert own only good seeds. .Mr. D. S. Atunvy and ilaughter- ljinaler, wrc in Cincinnati Hues by Air. J A. Amon were read: lat daushter. Frnne. af lluake. and'ranntu t'llh.l k .hivim,.. Dirk-iim- n Front her children. and J. 1). Henry, uf Tuicota, 1IL. week buying fall good. .Mr. .. ! I .i 1.11 Altta Valeria Whittakar af this city. naLli women and nipy cmiiircn. a tribute io After the reading. Alls Kate Held nnd Son haw one of the mort hova been vtiitinjr Mr. and Mr. J. T. -presented Air. and Air. Henry Yater and lmlift ready-to-weand Heary and family. dear Mother, we've come with appropriaf e .rk j .Mother, the copy to the .t ':er. dryi(ad ttore in Central Kentucky. family entertain! the (allowing the Good News home today, Air. ami Alr. Oeerge Cax, Air. The ten children and twenty-fiv- e Lexington Herald. past Sunday at thinr attractive home " h birth- i To celebrate your c C and Air. I J. I'eyton and oa pent grand children were nil present. n Ituchaye pike in honor of Alias day, Capt. Tarn KlUn and All Sallie Zola the day Sunday with Air. and Airs. The registration of the guests Pntchett. of Horwi College: Thi re is working now in the State Hrother and titter and kinfolk and Hltrtn have rvnted their home on Air. V. II. .Montgomery. showed 7C in number. and Mr. Hdd linker and of Kentucky what is known as a friend Kichmand treet to Air. Sauflcy Airs. Sunders was the recipient of W. C. T. U. will meet Saturday nt Hughe and family, .who arc building Air. ami Air. John Yater and daug- "clean up" pjad, taking care of all All bring you their greetings, rather some beautiful token of the day. men relative to comhter, Franci nnd Huby Nell, Air, and the than end. 3 o'clock at the Club room. Atl a new home. Capt. Klkln nnd member are requeued to come and daughter have taken room at Air. Air. W. S. Seett nnd son. Hill and pensation. Thee men are looking In Alemory's hall hang some pictures Eugene. Air. and Air. Charlie Yater after so dear. Tired businoM men in tome of need of the Soldier bring one with them. nnd Mr. J. C. William. .Hid handsome dnughter, Henrietta ind m their duty to straighten out Our childhood's home, where we nev- - our cities are taking to ballet dancing Kph Hrown gave a urpne Air were any nnd all their rlaun Elizabeth. Heautiful songs Air. Wm. in order to acquire that willowly AUm .Mire Suttan gave a delighter knew fear. birthday dinner Thursday in honor ful party Saturday evening nt her sung at the departure, all wihing'i M'i'er, post Commander of the The Mil and the tree and the creek appearance. Air. and Air. Yater many more uih ofa her huiband. I'ontmaiter Hrown. home at Mnrkiliury in honor of All It wa a family alfair. Delia lllce Hughes, of this city. The happy day and bountiful enjoyment. wa decorated with many pot3Q DC All Air. D- - W. Parson entertained the .Margaret Paulcaner, win ha heuic plant nnd fall (lower. Ice, following Saturday honor of her grarfdmotiior, Alrm ted in been vbltlng her cake and mint were terved. About house gucstt, Alers. Nathaniel Itoie Mmon. ha returnetl to her eighty guivit were present. J. H. Price, Portor Parson and home In llllliboro, Ohia. Den-- , dlsttnguiihed visi- AlUse Flora Alae Price, Hewiie Lancaster had a and Air. and Air. L. J. Peyton ny and Delia Vera Dehony: Air. and lltt'c on. Illllie lttver. haw roturn-ct- l tor hist week, in the person of Judge Air. T. K. Price, of Danville. Air. from n two week vuit with rola. John D. Fleming, of Houlder, Colo., and Air. Alelvin Parson, of LancatDeun of law at the University of tlvei in Kuvenwood, Ato. Air. and Air. Chance. Air ar. Colorado and General ter, Air. ami Air. John Hrown return-i- d of that tato.Judge Firming married Air. Henry Curtl and children, of to their home in Louuvtlle last Alii Iteiiie Stodgill, formerly of Klrkvil!e, Mr and Mr. It. 7. Price' Lick, Air. an.! week after u pleniant vitit to Air. Danville. He was the guest of hi and children, of Paint Air. Walter Kelly, uf KirkvlIIe., nnd Air J. 0. Ilurmide. neicc, Air. George Smith, while in Aleitr. Sylnester Price, of Danville Ihe city. Air. Kenneth Davit, of Louisville. and J. V. Svott, of Paint Lick. WaGood health is mainWithout health there U visiting Alia Anna Catherine ArAir. nnd Air. AI. H. Turner enter-a- t ter melon, muh melons, cake nold this week at the home of Air. tallied an elegant dinner last and ice were lerved in the afteris little happiness in this tained only hy obeying and Air. J. G. Hurmlde. Thursday week in honor of Air. and noon and the guests formed a happy W. A. Turner, of Indianapolis, gathering around a table decorated world. the laws of nature, or Air. and Air. Ollio Carpenter, have Air. . ,. , I inn. mue ' writ .'ir, unu with garden (lower. returned to Ijincnter, Air. Cornell I,. by finding u substitute. Simpson, Air. and .Mr, It is (liflfieuit to keep ter having been traniferred from I Mr. , Jame I re Simpion, Air. and Air. Lee Lnwieuceburg to Camp Ne'son. YantU-Phill.- pt the joy of life in your You cannot abuse Hrown, Air. npd .Mr. J. P. Foley, Alls Alleen Curtl entertained n j Air. Hobert I.ayton, Air. Charlie ..e ms.rri.ige in Lexington heart when your body your system day by day Henri- few friend Friday eveninj; at heri Water and little daughter, "outlay, of Lnii Aliie i.itis to !, Ali is racked Lowic .Mitchell Hrown. with pain. suburban home. It wa n very und expect it to stand . A. Phillip, ef t'orbir came i a Joyable evening for the twenty .Mn Anna Alae West, of Hichmond i plcaian: mrpriia ta htr friend When nature reaches It will fail the strain. and little Ali .Mabel Hay. jueta present. , ho were entirely unaware that sue ! i-its limit it slays. So do S you nt the cruciel : tiuus intention were being con 'dered by these popular people you. The nnrriage took place In the param 3Ats lors of the Ilruadwa;' Cnrittian Simple und inexpensive remedies procurable ut this drug store will aid nachurch, Jti'v. .Mark Coil's officiating. ture in itM work of correcting defects in your system that are caused by your I Airs. Pnillip the talented own neglect. The person who disregards the warnings of nature pays a daughter of .Mr. and Airs. T, U Yon-t- i, heavy price in the end. Get nature's substitute here. of this county and I exceedingaptJi os ly popular and attractive. The groom is one of Corbin's moit promii9Ml (HtM )ti(M nent citiren, being the osiiatant wm ) japao m am cashier in the Corbln National Bank. Mr. and Mra. Phlllina will make their oj "I oi i FIRST THOUGHT IN DRUGS. home in Carbln. Mr. Dora Klveree Arnold, nf Ala., waa the week-en- d Lena Wood. of Ml guet SCHOOL lite d Wed-ncida- FRANCISSiVITH Lan-cate- r. 1 l.oui-vUl- e. Ju ' d e. Her-det- ta d le ns Jec Birthday ' be-i.- "r d "'" ,.-- """" i . a i J nr i ' ,! ... ... 1 .... ?n sixty-sevent- - -- For c.l J fn.-nil- thw-ever- y '. , Get a Thermos Bottle From and Let Your Child Carry The Pure Drinking Water From Home Us ! Health Happiness n, uMiwajjId It put '23C lain "O ! 4b o4 aniMtfai wunj paam it 9jo;9 mm am m 'im 'jaua ajit M3tiM ".I a4 STORMES DRUG .MM STORE Man and wife being as one, it not to bo wandered at that ao many married men love thcauelvc. i'lIHHI Kstabliihed 1853 Phono 39. Lancaster, Ky Th Ctntral Record, Lancatttr, Ky.. Thursday DIIT VE6ETAM.ES FOR WINTER USE Stpt 8, 92 1 1 Anrie.n Lefien N.ws (5al-brait- It C McROBERTS, Lancaster, Kentucky. May le Used in Cookirhj in About been found that the best rate of seed Six I nt varies considerably depending . upon the soil, climate and other fac Seed I tars The many tests conducted by Good i the Kentucky Station also shows that had approximate!'1 I the varieties used I ei)U.il stooling capacities. On very rich tobacco or fallow Results obtained by the Kentucky Auricukur.il Experiment Station In land five pecks nn acre Is probably trial to determine the best rate of sufficient but even on such land it On thin ncedlntr wheat for the State show . best to plant six pecks. that six peck an acre is the most land less than six pecks an acre profitable amount to ww, according should never be sown. The variety to K. J. Kinney, crops specialist. In of wheat used may have some inllu ome year less ecd cave equally a ence on the rate of seeding, fewer jrood results as this amount but in no Jiccks being required 'when the grains instance has lighter seeding jriven are small than when they are the filcher yleltls. Yields from lighter .iveragi? size because of the greater , number of seeds In a peck of the seeding have been lower in according to the results. Seed-in- former. Conversely if the grains more than .six pecks has Riven lire large and plump a somewhat lightly higher yields but not enough .eavier seeding Is required than to pay for the extra seed. It has where the seed Is of nvernge sixe. , many-casesi; -- Peck An Acre It Wheat Rate Same Manner at Fresh Varieties Are Empleyed. GMO MIXTURES FOR SOUPS Housekeeper Should Remember That Only Vegetable; That Absorb Water and Ccok at Equal fTitee Can Combined. txie. tin- - te iimiI In riHikiTy In nnit uf the wa) III which fre.li materials are employed, They limy find their wlde lieftiliie, liuwexcr. In -- "i mixture r In the prvpuriitliiti of tin eer hipiilur old fiihlcimil xesctuMe iIIiiiht erxlt of eitiililimlli)ii tit mi) ntui all season tlnltrJ Mute lrtrl tir ttr Arlcultur. of Vurlous ilrletl or eTiiMimtel I DiaM-in.n- l The body of Frederick W. Jr., nntionat commander of the Americart Legion at the time of his accidental ileith at Indianapolis, Ind., In June, will not be Interred in Arlington national cemetery at Washington, t). C , according to advice last week from the widow and brother of the late commander, llurinl will be made at Spring drove Cemetery, Cincinnati. O., where the body was placed in : tempory vault following the largest military funeral in America since the Clvl War With the pr.ict.cal closing of the hnrvet season, the employment)' office of an American Legion post at Aberdeen, S. I)., where I. W. W.'s tried to cause a general "stif.ke" among farm hands, ha closed. In three xveeks the Legion served 1,017 free meals, found Jobs for H7 men, gave .'104 places to sleep, gave .173 free baths und III treatment by the post physician. MONEY TO LOAN or or good city property. Pay hack on weekly oathly lattallneati. Thi Lmcistir Biildine & Loan ASSOCIATION, lemseratci J. K. ROBINSON, President Wm. S, IIOI'PER, Sec't. A Tree. W 0. RIGNEY W D. DICKERSON W. O. RIGNEV I & CO. hrjliiu tertlllt. ttis egeiable any faxorlte Funiral Dirtctors Lancaster. eind Embalmtrs Kentucky. uf I'or llmv win, In iimke u Inlib mixture Unit will lime Hie I(1S jfiir. Xcie- max- - whalsrjck WH.E.WHALEY Office 106-10- Distri euro Todd Blag. (4th and Market) LOUISILLE, Special attention given out of town orders STATC FAIR tXHIWT PANELS and get pricei on fine fac brick f. o. b. your horn town. 7 KY. II flMl XII I lie Mini Mt tilt- - Nillne tlllli he ii iic.irly hi pillile u complete r IuiIiiiii'imI rut lull. I In- - formula ue. In milking viiHnifi'il nup mixture for tlx ltrltlh uriale muy wtw a giilile. hum uf the,- - mixture con lalni '.11 per fiuli of hihIih'. turnip mill cent micIi 'ii, IT of carrot mul mid tl ht of kiiIoii.. In ii nut tier, the eoiiiMna- Hon l MT wr cent of potnloe. Il per rent eiii'h of carrot- mul turnips, lit ht cent eneh of union mid culihiise. ninl em li uf ..nn inn mt II III t CIIS. Differ From Prepared Product. oilp mixture on nle illfier prlni'lhiill y from lliee The ilrl"! Good Advice: Follow your own advice. Most people fall in love at sight-w- ith Do as you would be tloe jou won't "do" anybody by nnd else. is the dollar. The man who knows all thing He is rich in conceit. ol poor. When a woman sees her own beauSome people are in no possible ty others see her vanity. danger of being killed by over work. Confidence in the doctor is the They never do any. best part of the prescription. Study the good points of the man Marriage is a lottery in which they jou don't like. He may posses frequently scrap over the prize. I some of your own. All people are not crazy who act Some people ore such inveterate that way. It is Just the modern way liars they are never believed when of appearing smart. they tell the truth. S lfSBx iSsSSti fwB' ' SSflsV auSS 'PBB aBBH ! Fords oiv yorfimy field Usi t625 "PiBBBBBBBBHJXrXBSSBBBBBBBBatfVSU iwaMBSBpjHSJBBB liaBaBaBaiBatfBBaT' The city election in Hlrmlngham, Utlicc Phone? IH Rrsiilftirc I'linne 3,'i Ala., may be postponed at the request of an American Legion post of that city. The service men want to vote. When a law exempting them from poll tax xxas declared unconstitutional recently, the men were liiitlnliil,..t nt X'nter. Thlrtx tlinil. per.mles, upon h.s re other p.irents whose ions "die J too ..and world war veteran, of the statelh,,r cent death soon " are allected. Daniels, former secretJoephu Michael V. Cassidy. member of the Kvidence of the plight of unem ary of the navy, anil Charles R. For- American legion post at Hlsbe, ployed service men was carried to cultured Iloston, Ma)., last xxeek bes, national director of the bureau Arizona, and morale officer at Camp when A rm a ml T. (laudreau, Univ- - of war rik insurance, spoke on the Cody, New Mexico, during the xsar, verity of Maine graduate heosught same platform in addressing the state wjh last week appointed, appropriate, the American Legion employment convention of the American Legion ly enough, prohibition director for hie arid state. liureati for any work he could do. of North Carolina last week. Previously Caudrenu, dresed In his The old (Jrand Pacific Hotel m collegiate rap and gown, appeared in Chicago will be taken over by the' the streets of the hanking section, American Legion of that city for the selling newspapers. exclusive use of homeless and jobiess) being workA silver reproduction of the histor- service men'm plans now ed by the l.egionaire. Accomoda ic statue atop Castle San Angelo, Italy, mounted on a pedfttal of stone tlons xvill be provided for 1000 men from Mount (Irapp.i, will he brought When President Harding visits to the American Legion by (ienernl llirniingham, Ala., n October, he w;l! Tor Tfcree Geiiaretlane, Armando Diaz, commander in chief Ka ;iMa,iil.il 1,1 nn knnfip (.tl.ril nt t Hevss Mast Chi 14 Birth of the Italian armies, when he attends 000 members of the American Leg. easier my Using the Legion convention at Kansas City 'ion, drawn from each of the 80 past in October, cable dispatches declare. I of the state. To ,cnd back to her home on the The parent of MerV Hay, one of'jece Rhine the German widow of an the rlrt three Americans killed inljfJ American doughboy, w rarer of five the world war. will receive no msur-battle clasps and cited for valor, the ance because their boy .lied before i ,...mU t,.ilAn, Ca . u 4fu.riii- -. American Legion of New York Is tne war nK act oecame qperattve j The world s ge "g w ser every raising a fund of t'.'O. The veteran The American Legion of Iowa, Hxy's met his bride while with the Army of home state, has petitioned for the day Most of the f jj 'Sonets is now Occupation and throuhg illness left parents' relief and is seeking any pu 'ed off a' n.g1- MOTHERS' w vriii7- 1 T93BKD - ii aBaBaBaBaBaH r Cookstovt Oner Will Dry Vegetable Quickly and Soccessfull. Instanresj fiirmulus In liming In a lurger H.rvntage uf MiRto, In the al,'tice of Ih'uiis uml peas, nnd In haxlng xnrlous minor Hildltloti., surli ns beeta, vrry. rnillshs hii.I toma- In making up cimibluntlona of ilrle.1 vegetablea. tint houekier ahould re- member flint the mixture must subs- ,Bked nml cix.liisl a. a queiitly be milt, nn) only vegetnblt that ubsnrti writer uml rook at approximately Kjual rates run lie siiiveofully com. tilllM.1 In h ilrv luitiilltlnfi iii'li (iinfiv. rials a. the root veetiies. cubiisttf.s ntui in ctMikiug. urconiltic to sneclai- of the I'nlted States Department! of Agriculture. Any ilelrei com- hlnatlmi run ! mnilf fnim them. Drletl turn und mature peas and beitnx Mlisorli wiit-- r xery much more slowly ami tnut In iMiked from txvn to throe time n lung ns miiterlaU In the list Jut glxcii. Por this renuiu ixe.1 with miier they rniin..t I I int n 1 I As administrator of Mary E. Todd, deceased, the undersigned will sell publicly to tho hiKhest bidder Oil Public Sale Thursday, September 15th. a.s i J Pump 1921 WUr Does Power iM ltj bficinninjf promptly at 9 o'clock at the home of said deceased, beinpr known W. L. Todd, the following described propert- y:- the home of the One Hundred and Thirty Five Acres of Land Job Silos rats Fordson Tractor. r hours each day, every working day in ifftckineA, the year it will give max.-mu- m Light but service. powerful it gets from job .to job quickly. Easy to operate and control efficient, economical and above all DEPENDABLE. Get in the power-furrnin- g frame of mind now. Coll, phone or drop ut a card for facts. See the Fordeon in practical Twenty-fou- thresh, bale hay, grind feed, fill the silo, saw wood, pump water, pull stumps, do road work or any other power job around the farm quicker, easier and at less cost toyouwith the harrow, harvest You can plow, disk. Situated on the waters of l'aint Lick Creek in Garrard county, Ky., fronting on Wallaceton turnpike and about II miles of l'aint Lick. This land will be offered in two tracts. First, the home tract containing (50 acres on which is situated the Todd dwelling of eight rooms in splendid condition together with all necessary outbuildings, fine orchard, garden, etc.. splendidly watered and in nign state 01 cultivation. Second tract contains 70 acres and adjoins, that No. 1. on which is situated a five All of this land is partly cooked, Then the other Veg. room house, gootl barn and orchard. i also in high state of cultivation. tni.ies de.ire.i in the mixture, after very fertile, will raise hemp, tobacco, corn in fact anything that can be raised in Kentucky. prexlou voiikliig, may I nddttl nnd At the same time and place will sell allot the the whole iHike until ilmic ltulJr Hew to Dry Vegetables. Ing itb,Txvle nmile ready for the drier, .lmuld be blnnrln-,- fnmi one tu thrv minutes In billln: water or steam liffon' drying. They should then be ilrnlneil mu spreailt In n very uf the ilrler. thin layer mi the From time to time the trnys MeiuM be wltbdniwu nnd the contents rare- fully tlrn- - mi ibe will dry evenly. When thoroughly dry the pnnluct choiitd be remox-ei- l from the drier nnd plncsMl In n ilnrk nlry free from Insects'. Stir iecMliiiinlly ilurlng the nexenil days It Is left there to run. Then heat carefully ngnln for n few minutes nnd Mure In tin enns. heavy pnstelinnril boxes. r parnlltneil bags. tiiii) Cover tightly to exclude Inn-estore In a room which Is worm nnd dry. Icih nr s Practically nil vesetaldee, ufter -- PERSONAL PROPERTY belonging to the said .Mary E. Todd, deceased, consisting of the following: fi yearling catsteers; one Shorthorn bull; 2 fat heifers; 2 tle, good quality; 2 cows; .'1 cows and calves, good ones; l fat hogs; 12 head sheep; one aged brood mare; I No. I walking mare, work horse; work horse; I black; 1 brood mare and mule colt. All of this horse stock is by the old Todd horse. About .'JO barrels of old corn: 80 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 nnd harness;, plows; farming implements of all kinds; 1 runabout; wagons; harness; one $200. Liberty Bond, second issue; lot of tobacco sticks. two-year-old two-year-old 1 iruct r-- ' Household and Kitchen Furniture d i operation. HASELDEN BROS GARAGE Cake making Is not "pure luck." A measuring cup Uluiu or metal) for measuring the Hour nnd t of measurnigar and a standard KMna for measuring ing the butter and baking (miiviPt will help In a new recipe, any peclallalii In the experimental kitchen of the United HtalM DttiMirtBsestt df Artrtilrrv half-pin- t g homo. Nice old fashioned furniture very of every description found in a wo!! furpi-hvaluable, such as hall clocks, cupboards, bureaus, etc. Immediately after the sale we will sell for J. V. and J. K. Guyn the following proper- Jack; : brood mares and colts: 1 yearling colt; one ty: 1 No. I Stallion and No. CUP AND SPOONS year-olhorse; 1 mare mule, filly; 1 year-old saddle mare; 1 nice 3 year-olgood one; 1 saddle mare oy lodd norse; i a - year - oid wanting norse, uy Todd Device Enable Housekeeper to Weigh horse. Out Correct Amount in Fellow. Ing New Recipe. or reserve of anyThis sale will be held rain or shine. There will be no thing. Come to this sale and buy these nice homes. Terms made known on day of sale. I 1 d -- d J. A. Col. Jess Cobb, Auctioneer. TODD. Administrator. PAINT LICK, KY. ' Th Ctntral Rtcord. Lancaster, Ky. Thursday. Sapt 8, 1921 RETROSPECTIVE AND PROSPECTIVE IKAaa! YoiiTI ewjoy Good Letter From Good Man. The Record appreciate the letter which follow, received from its Rood old friend and former townsman, so much so that we arc passinc it on to our readers, liellevlntf tey too will delltrht m reading Its interesting con-- 1 tent, which ns he term .t, .s both Hams 30cts per pound .sell them now We alio pay the highest market price for the "rrtrotpcetive and prospective." port of rolling Vm with P A t FIRST rw IHM, ISrother Noel ha many, tunny warm d (iarrurd friend in I.nncnottr county who wish for hiip years and year of future hnppines and plea., nnt memories. p.-.- Eggs, Poultry, Hides. Sell now while the price is good. We want your trade SM Kmmmdmt in Ikm mmmd papers and some Prince Albert tobacco and puff away on a home made cigarette that will hit on all your smoke cylinders! No use sitting-b- y and saying maybe you'll cash this hunch tomorrow. Do it while the going's good, for you can't figure out what you' re passing by! Such flavor, such coolness, such wcll,the only way to get the words enough is to go to it and know yourself ! man-o-man, morc-ish-ness em-pbat- thing you do next get some makin's there's its freedom from bite and parch which is cut out by our exclusive patented process! Certainly you smoke P. A. from sun up till you slip'between the sheets with-out And, besides Prince Albert's delightful flavor, Drar Central Record: "A week with my dear one i past, but leave many plensnn and omej rnd mtnioriip. On the Mrctt 1 met' hut few old familiar faces. On Pun-da- y I spent an hour in and with the worshipers nf the IiaptK church. A stranirer was in the pulpit save very few all were strangers around' me, Hnlf i MARKSBURY Ice k ProancB M?r. LANCASTER, KY. COMPANY. a comeback. Prince Albert is the tobacco that revolutionized pipe smoking. If you never could smoke a pipe forget itl You can AND YOU WILL' if you use Prince Albert for packing! It's a smoke revelation in a jimmy pipe or a cigarette! ic . J. lr TiSsu llitMMi Co. Ctyr!M IM1 TAiMt.Sla. Fringe Albert Farm 1 ftnj nnt hear, I breathed u pure atmosphere! and n jrreat crowd of winese drew' near, for the past was filllnK my mind and heart for be it known this church and it history, is much to me. Constituted the year I was born, 1842, some of my anciotors were constituent members. It was the church I joined. The first prayer in public vtai offered here. I served It it as deacon for several year. was this church which licensed me to preach the irospel. It was my first pastorate. It wa and is my Ktvax prospective God bless them. "So the past with its cloud of witnesses va with me and the treat home Catherine was before me. Oh! A'. I ..mttit nnlu msxl.tftfft R. L. HAGAN, STANFORD ST., 1 wns happy. City Property Sale For Delinquent Taxea Ily ordir of the City Council at rrgular meiting, I will sell at House dour in (.ancaster, Ky., beginning at onr o'clock, on it MONDAY. SEPT 26TH.. 1021 thr following real estate for taxes due the City of Lancaster. The name of those paying before time will lie stricken from tint list. J. A. I1RATTON, M. C. L. Whitr Ilurnslde. Mike, I Jot, year l'J20 $7.60; 1020 JI22.60. KlUn. T. C, t lot, $21.76. ltlh IliM.rrd. Krncst. 1 lot 1020 $10.3.',. Tli Oil.. Lear, Ceo.. 1 lot. 1020 $4.10. Offica S. Murj)hy. K. L.. 1 lot. 1020 tVIC, rbon Colorvd List Arnold. Lucy. 1 lot. 1018 I ir- -u "I walked with my daughter through the quiet city nf the dead. We placed flowers on many craves, the nmtionml joy tmokm but soon very soon, there will be other hand to place flowers on our .M(W of my beloved sleep irraves. 1010 $8.02 there awaitinc the Great Day. Hap-p- y I'erkin, Sam. 1 lot, 191814 11, reminiscence! It was a precious ' 1020 $0 37 on Boones Creek week and will keep me company for I'rrkms, Henry, 1 lot, 1920 12 many days. You people oucht to be Lice, I lot 101916 0. 5 miles from happy. Every prospect was pleasant Robinson, (mo., lot, tG 37. 1919 j 33 A acres. to the eyes the finest crops, the $0.30. people and fattest chickens, the bet up Stirrd, M.lton. 1 lot. 1918, $4.12. I Good house, Rut I must close. Run me for All in Trvl, Allie M., 1 lot. 1018 12.02. another pear, maybe I will live to be Williams, James. lot. 1018 $4.60; ninety. J. 15. says I am kooA for the 101016.70; 102013.00. or lonjr, Beazley, century mark, but short the CentralI 1 Yantis, Ileiri Jam. It'll) lot. must have the visits of $4.S0; 102014.80. Ky. Record. .May its editors and family of.) of typists, live Ions and prosper. All a fellow has to do to tie good "1 hope your office will semf a these day H to ijuit be;ng liad. appetite t a choice pos Senator to the capitol. With best A hearty It helps the grocer along. wishes to you and all the Record readsession. Very sincerely, ers, I am, M. s. !(! om d Inquisitive people are R. R. Noel. with what they learn. They HATFIELD always imagine that the pump didn't Home News work freely. DENTIST FOR SALE containing Lancaster, 1 barn grass. orchard. Terms liberal. Clarence Lancaster, riinmpscn o.Ticating. Mrs T C Rankin and son, of Horn to Mr. ami Mrs. R!e Isum Hubble and Mrs Harriett Castlneau, a fine boy. of Chicago, spent Sunday night ond Mr. Jo. Turner and fam.ly have Monduy with Mr. W. T. Doolin ond family. been on the sick list. The Ladies' Working Society met Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Helm, have been the guest of Mr. ond Mrs. Jns. with Mrs. R. S. Clark last Thursday. ftcr the but.ni!! meeting waterTurner. melon was served by the hostif, Miss Dera Scott of Taint with MIm Alice which was enjoyed by the few pres'pent the week-enent Sutton. .Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Dipper, the Mis Delia Rice Hughes, of Lan UKts of Mr. and Mrs. Mote I'ollard caster, has been visiting htr aunt, Eugenia I'ollard have reami Mi Miss Susan Sutton. turned Hfter spending a week with ljimr. Sand, Portland Cement, Mr. and Mrs. I'rice Ilourne, of West Rock, Sand and Common and Prun I ancntr. ed Brick. Hudson It Farnau. Some o the best citiien of the Tv.e LaJ.es Working Society will immunity deplore the attitude of mill w.th Miss S. K. Sutton next i'ic young men toward Sunday ba-Thursday ot 2 V. M. A game was played bull playing. Mrs. R ce has returned from Lexy two teams almost in sight of the ington, where she was called by the church !at Sunday afternoon. (lines cf her mother, Mr. Carmon. Mrs. Russell, and daughter, of Mr. and Mrs. Karnest Gomey and Dallas, Texas, after spending the with "ummer with Mrs. Jas. Turner and children spent the week-enMr. and Mrs. Shearrin, of Junction other relative returned home SunCity. n day. Mrs. Rurtel! will stop at Mr. and Mrs. to make a brief visit to her Houston Roberts were reunited in marriage at the :s!cr, Mr and Mn. Jnc Helm, of parsonage Sunday evening. Rev. ll'.tt place J-icd c d I.eb-me- LOUISVILLE ANNOUNCES AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD ROUND TRIP sat-title- Carrara! Saak. RaslJattc 376. KENTUCKY LANCASTER. ... a . tt R $1.50; I Toiltlvely no fox hunting or hunt-o- f nny character or trcpaini; on our farms. Any violators will be prosecuted. W. S. Kmbry. W. A. Price, T. J. Trice, Ed and N. II. Trice. Fisher MINERAL Herrinir. Crit Meadows, Ansel MeaCrawford. .Hilut, 1 let, 101 K $2.25; dows, John Collier, J. S. Schooler, Office Over National Itank. 1010 -- $1.50; U'20 $3.00. Joe Criscilllt, J. M. Criscllhs. Itobert Doty, Jerry, Sr., 1 lot. 1118 fl.oO; Residence t'lione 9. Oilier l'hone 27 Speake, Georce Conn, Jim Conn, LANCASTER. KY. 1010 $2.03, 1020 $1.60. Henry Arnold, Marion Johnson, W. Doty. Harrison. 1 lot. 10t8 $5.25; E. Whitaker, Tom Conn, J. M. 1010 $5.25. Mrndow. W. T. Kinir, John Itich, Dutv. Krnest. 1 lot. $3.18. Sam Rich, J. C. Conn and J. T. Dunn Heirs Allen, 1 lot. 1018' Adanu, R. I. .Arnold, Mrs Victoria $3.75. Anderson. VETERINARIAN. Faulkner, Frank. 1 lot, 1018, $4.50;. (Other names will be added upon Callt Antwered Praniilly Day at the payment of 25 cents.) 101914.60; 1020 $1.50. 1 Floyd, Jack, lot. 1018 $3.00,1 Nllht. Phone 317. (tf.) ' 1010 $3.00: 1020 $3.00. KENTUCKY I.ANCAS1 r.K. (Irani, Wattle, 1 lot, 1020 $1.87. Harris. W. II., 1 lot. 1018 $5.02; 1010 $8.25. 1020 $0.75. EXCURSION Hood Susan. 1 lot, 1018 $2.00. Harmnn, Annie, 1 lot, 1010 $1.10; 1020 $2.60. CINCINNATI, O., Huffman, Harry, 1 lot. 1010 $3.76. JS.CO; ! 1st, !!?! Hsr'ar.. 1 Adams. IJcin Mary. 1 lot. 1010 i $4.20 j Adams, llcllc. 1 lot. 101011.13. ltland Win., 1 lot. 101K $2.02, 1010 I2..U: 1020 $1.12. Boatrlght Arch. 1 'ot, 1018 $2.02;! DANVILLE, 1 KENTUCKY. Opposite Giichor Hots). 1010 -- $3.3h; 1020 $V37. Burnilde Mary. 1 lot, 1010 $3.00, (Mica Hour S o 12 mui 1 to p.m. 1020 $3.00. Brown. Win., 1 lot, 1010 $3.75; 1020 $3.25. M., lot, 1010 $2.63, Brar'cy. 1020 $1.12. j Hunh'tt. I.ela, 1 lot 1910 $1.13. DIRECTOR ..i. J. J, Byrne Ofttmttritt 4nnjnnnK Excliisivt. Salt and Ice. Mixing iiiideil Ice and suit hat nil ltd the effect of pridiirttg Mint a freezing mixture The mliture has a tendency t become brine, tl.e Ice melting and the Milt 1I!.Iiik In the To melt, howeier, It water funm-d- . must absorb lient unci tills l taken Ulch It Is 111 flKiu l.txllt" with mch ui Muler, t renin, etc. In tlit wuy let-- cream can ! made, 1 cot!-tnc- t, Farm And From Over Kentucky More $6.58 Including War Tax LANCASTER to LOUISVILLE ACCOUNT EXCURSION FARE Attention Hunters J. A. Beazlev Dr. Printus Walker Hs-xsr- Harvey, Mary, 1020 102011.60. 1 and return via L. Sc N. lot, 191012.78, 1918 1SJ1K 12.02. Johnson. Win. H 3 lot, lot, 1020 Southern Optical Company Spectacle $7.87! Johmon, Sarah, 1 $4.60;i $3.15 $3.15 Lm Spocwl train will Artificial Eye caster 5:2t A. M., rtumia FOURTH m4 CHESTNUT, will Uav Faurtk St. SUtswt, CincimiaU CtM P. M. SUaianl 1.H7; 1920 SLOT. (7t30 P. M. City Tim.) Middleton, Sam, 1 lot, 1920 $5.25. "Sec Southern Optical Co' Morgan. Jewa, 1 lot, 1920 $5.01. Far further iafarmalsM at State Fair." AgteL Owrai, Ckarlle, 1 lot, 191813.76, suk Lacal Ticket Kennedy, Jane, 1 lot, 191811.87; 1019, 13.00; 1920 $3.76. Leavel, Ellen, 1 lot, 1918 $4.87. Mayfteld, Andy, 1 lot, 1918 $3.37; 1919 $3.38; 1920 $0.02. Mtritt. Htlra Wm.. 1 lot, 1918 I019$fl.00; $7.50. Sunday, Sept. 11, 1921. and Eye Kryptek QIaa (mxmU Mtxal tens) Ti, llooth than 240 Lee County learned the method of ihe loafer hen in their poultry ilocks from the layers by attending a series of four culling by County held demonstrations Airent T. II. Jones in with the College of Agriculture. Washington County farmers who are interested in producing market pork by hogging down corn and soybeans are watching a demonstration which has just been started to ee the value of this method. Tom Wheatley with County Agent Robert M. Heath recently started the demonstration with Kl weighing u total of 8.135 hog pbunds. The hogs will be weighed Is .igain when the demonstration complete to determine the gains madu by the animals. Eleven cull hens removed the flock of Hi', owned by J. 11. llina, a Crittenden County farmer, produced two egg in seven days, according to a report made to County Agent John R, Spencer, who culled the tloek. More than 100 Ileyle County farmer were shown the method of culling the slacker hens from their poultry Ilocks In a series of live demonstrations rccenjtly held by County Agent Charles 1.. Taylor In with the extension division of the College of Agriculture. Many Muhlenberg County farmers ire planting to protect fields that would otherwise remain idle during the winter by sowing cover crops on them, a report from F, O. Townes, Rosen Rye county agent, states. will be the principal crop soun. Iiure County fiirnir. with County Agnt J. W. J one will give special attention to problems this fall, n report from tho county states. Four demonstrations to show the value of acid phosphate and limestone In Increasing the yields from this crop will be conductIn the ed. Those who wll demonstration are CJarencc Wyatt, Will Beams, C. R. Reams and Bran-haPatterson. far-medisttn-iruihinir wheat-growing KENTUCKY Tickets on Mile STATE FAIR noon Sept. 17th. Tickets good for return to reach Lancaster before midnight Sept. 19th. For further or detailed information, apply to local ticket agent. trains scheduled to arrive in Louisville before Sept. 10 to 16, inclusive, and for When a rum runner gets caught People who respect themselves are never without the respect of others. he is something of a bum runner. The fellow who hits the pace toAnyway, a wise man ts wise until n pretty woman makes him act the day may be looking for what he missed tomorrow. fool. Visit to prominent stock farms in If others knew u as wo kntiw the county for the purpose of. pracpossibly curselyes they wouldn't ticing judging different classes nf know us. live stock i furnishng the chief trainVery' ttw men believe In gossip, ing for the Carroll county junior but did you ever hear of one who livestock judging theam. The team failed to listen? which is being trained under tho Never abuse n man from vthom direction of County Agent (!. C. you borrow money. He may still Routt and assistant County Agent have a little left. R. M. Green will enter the junior Man pay for his sins hers below, judging contest to be held under tho but the devil doesn't give him any direction of htc College of Agriculture nt the State Fair, Sept. 14. credit on account. . vapuai Surplus $CO,000.00 sv,vuv.vu rfBlllliH. I.. 1 posits. par rent paid en time Call and s t. Heor Roll lank.' de- us. 1J. J.F.Walker. President. Champ, BR5aV CITIZENS r W. O. Rigney, Ass t. to the President. L. G. Davidson, Cashier. J. L. Gill, Assistant Cashier. W. F. Miller, Assistant Cashier. Mrs. Naomi Hamilton, Teller. NATIONAL LANCASTER, KY. BANK. CerMT Public Square and Danville Street. The'Gentral Record. Lancaster Ky. Thursday, Sept 8, 92 1 1 . FOR SALE Registered Jersev Cottle AT HOOVERHURST ROMPERS By AQNC3 Q Q 'COMMISSIONER'S ' Cracks at Creation. Yes, it take a wtue man to hoodwink you into belieetng he tt n d. f, i OflOQAM ! SALE OF LAND WAlUtAltn PUiriMT Clattifliri Column RATES. Single Insertions lc a word No ad taken for let than 20c In this column No ndi in tins column charged. FARMS till hr of M i n- .Htrain, ONE MILE SOUTH OF NICHOLAS VILLE, KY. We oiler at private .ale - M fresh, young cnv., breil hollers, young calves ami one elegant three year old bull. All of these cattle are of t he Hood Farm, Massac liuett! S',epr . f i (t)tHtT PUsnt.tr. ' '' i P K lUnk r. Th not t writer whn e&eupes frlttcMm writer, lie is Juot a scrib- K.iimIhhi pntte ' ' Inn-- miiM in tie he !um kitlorti Ih. n th ind the Itert ticker. W.ihert I.a. ker Pumuint ;il Uie vs bler Uiiieil like one hew it. tied It picture of ii . htii.i.i i,..jr whteh I low. heavy milkers and go.d lookers. Come and see them. Will sell one or a herd.. EVERETT B. Prices HOOVER & SONS. Proprietor.. her eye, and ihe 'toy wih weririu h enptlvittliu At ie" of pmipern that wiik the rnuoi' the fitilitoM Ix' k'ave to the ltlttlni'el nrtMe of up uiwht I , nre I'liiK-hi- Mulled, Many Do, Bridal Superstition Arrordlng to old belief it I an omen One way to "relieve mn4t!m In I tiy A ofite to let yMir rorr" of good luck h long nttd happy emr- - Inc. lie w,n h J tli 9 post orllee" f apondi'iits' letter nnwer tbene4se rled for u bride to Mip u Mie came to the j.nini! woman' henittiful he Mudled tle (xittern. on tier u) to tlx eye a n method whlfh lta rowrM ;o reeowi- - pmn up the wn Siiftne fiHvlfli to l"Hnrhon, altar. ilciiiI It. Uuat Uiuhltu t.ile Stn hail l.inshe. her way throitsh mjny dlftlrultle and He -- Fell for She Had Simp. Tattv "Home," u ctMiteiiiirHry, "Is t.ml inixkiil ut tmrrler liUh ah t Sjt A little iclrl. left ii iy gin a .Ilwtvered the place for real ciurtnlp " It ued ' that now. tn a hntte yet imlKferent of mil daffodil. ort of wjy. he lidil renrhel her trying to mmHiunleute with tbejiueen to be. in the du) of breliatr sofn e proaent ucee lii the htllie world She :i . ullfi.Tdown built for two. We remember of Hi" falrte a window outside which u his of the great the Imll of one flower and I'M.inig ut rnnie city Por Kiln the wide tin' other, n small dimpled hand with rovliHli erfumed tin air I'he wcet-ti- e chon hud come fruit iten of tho Blrl, the beauty of the w titer, and the htrtwe Unit Ue!ered n for tin- - wrIM, Ilnnlj gripping llltcr Kfwii itHlk "I'lea- - wml ' roe, nml Ho ItMhtiy uir of prlng her ifilldhood wa im the fdruwny cake and ii trig iloll." !. .i I. "to my were an IrreMMible tottihiiiniiott. We hill of Trance, lint tbMt time. Um wnllowed tin hook. I'hu ago Journal wh far away ntxl half forgotten ixt wt'. house, iiikI a now daddy and ' of Commerce. I mn go and spend my Thl MadeiniH'elle rutKiem wa a diHiiire I'liarinliiK- - rreatwre with eer cotnlni: to eek her fuvor A In dtitnty, lotely dMI of a nil wliom a jet the imiM er a heart. tiurer had fllel lit ! While Now rniuhoti bent oer the ptetitre, and nil at once In it rtith of liapIMte tiee he um beiidlhi: oer her ruttltit Dry Co. fi tmilerlal wa In titble. hud Mle hi r hand. She hummed stly h he iight out blue fn'tnc met laughed Wishes to call your Attention n little hnppy hiucti a he eaferl) 'rtvd the xtllchliic. A dlmde pitttped To their display of cheek at out tn her iHlie of cimiiiioii rotier dlttietl The Booth is locMcd just inside thi'iight "Kamlmn Shop." Then Me In the the main enlrnncc in the uddiardy decldeil that the romper New Merchitnts Building. The) were neer would he illplay. he eiwld lHt tell one of her faiMle Whether or not, you are interested in buying deeply held Jut why ltd f aiiey be Hid her but the rotuier v a piano, Stewarts cordially invite you to make nway In the Miute mahofany hot tin their booth your headquarters while you are on til uie little hoi mlsht he found the grounds, and hear the world's greatest pianists erhup. to ult litem Tor he expressed through the wonderful Chickcring liaxe yellow curt thultoy, to Ampico. whle and Panchon' clft Hiid e) blue. She held the irnrtrnttt up when It uii flnthed und trtHuiphtl rr It. then whlmelcally ftvlded It nway. INCORPORATED. Lucille calleil fur her later to take merry ihm her to dinner l'ani-htrtpnlonlilp wan iheerlne In her iwrn I test tin two a dlrourai:ei!ieut.V out throUEh the lreH ditr a 'Hie ho) jrell.iw hair rn Jh' the color of tlh pleturel m.ilernl while the blue f lin iipitenluu e)e- matched exuctly the romper' hlttl delltitel pl : If le-sid- eree ' you are at the State Fair Goods The Stewart PIANOS tlcned romniiMioner will tell .it Hih. lit auction to the hltfhest ami hest It may be true that love eomsss un twdder .it Ute Court floune poor In bidden, hex it generally bike :i fat Ky.. .it 11 o'clock Liinvntr, or kink account to hold it. m tnereuheiiu, MO.N'PAY. SKPTKMIIKR 2?. 1021. A good wnif to annihilate .in en mentMne.1 the rMl in the emy army would b to send it Up In plendtnc and described a follow On the water of Scott Part, and one of our own airships. uMr Creek lieclnnlnit at a stone on And ull. when a frost lied rirvaaei the Wet ide of a p.Kwn)', eorncr to jame r. l.tKKer; tnence S. St r. er get caught It Ut hut anWrat that tt poles to a walnut tree, thence a he should become freawted. new line with part sold to Jam If you think your dMrwat enemy lacker and wn Litcker 'tn a m- way, S. 9S, K. pole to a suk.e, lacking in good ifoaiitie juet ask nes corner tj the iMrt sold to Dr Ktlwards, theme a new line with Mid itm to tell you about thorn. He con Kilward S. 21. W. liSW ttole td u way to nroresst money The Mtike. near wild cherry, a a pointer on me nrniicn. ana in line with, the from won ring hole m your pneWeos Slephen Hill, thence ai I branch to ' to have no money awl no uoctotis Mini Hill'. line S. St. W 17 7 poles X. M. V. il poles. X i7. W 1 .1 Xo, we have plt to a North Bate, corner Ut tittn the Uitot decided not to nsettenMtiiHi it mnrwor. lame X. lacker, thence leaving lintnch and with atd I.ocker line It is ditTlcult to toll which i tV latX S. K. It! roles. X .12. K 12 est fence X. II. K. IS pelee. M" to aci. i pale to the beginning, . m: r. Tho clhifN of that OirtglMo tn coHtntnluc 20 5rre and 27 H pole. PlIKPOSK OF SAI.K. i u atl.fi- Kn'Liod eroatod amito a nnniitt . the dent f the ptatntitf. amoMnttntr We fnrcot nd sen steal for an osv to jt.ilHtl.00 with intereM at ri per tir day. rent per nnm trom Jan 2. U'2 an-tpaid fis sold that nn etse?to ciMI live TKKMS: The property will be sold Ilut without food for twenty oajr on a credit of six months and the be required to exe- - even that wuuld not rocoeil a to pnrcher Wo Osms t cote to cute lnit with approved eeurltv n esrSMsmt due in six monthti far the purchase tort an oogkr's benJt pnre. oennnt; interest nt six per cent from date until pnhl. having the feree Xo mattor what moy ho accom-idwhe- d and ettirt of h Judnnent utmei h)' that WalttMetosI fossfof-enc- e, which exerutmn way lMie, paruble w II I'lvnn, m.... Use AsMrstXttl hwwlfo will ... ... ii..... I. Jinnri I the ener ofwill Garrard Circuit mule. never be disarmed Tho hroomstirk Court A lein he re tinned upon the is a rlvture .n every home property old until the purchase A girl's frame of mind m not half Defendant. 'jiUtnen' rendered a imperttint a Use f rinse that hold Aucut Tern U'2I. the under- - her mirror tj ,i Seven Insertions for the pr'.co of fire Phone (inter promptly. must be paid ette VOK, li 1 SAI.K I0I o, sheeii Pool Perkm- - I. imager Kj 2t pd.) hr-ii- FOR hnke - lit eww SAI.K. Twenty-fiv- e ll onl one year S I). Cochran, pd Lancaster, Ky ht Wilt SALK: U0 fresh mountain and t btiikfc. PHono S3 W. S. Carrier. Ltnoaster, Ky - IDU KIWT 8 atros land fir whwit or otita, itim 1(H) harrelj corn for ise Mr. K. OunleU or Ur frank Phiil.pa. Stttnford, Ky pl. Tj my place a baa' AaguM loth, bay mat, with one eve Owner con hove sotno by pa mg at' Kuototl ttolton ch.ixe 2t-- H I mile on llurkeye pme STrViVYKP - il tna sxh t-- t- r. ront farm WAMTKP 15) 200 lore for IOCS. Have owr nml tstsss Will pay mane rostt or take in crop anJ lUy Hull. Stanfanl, It. P 1). 4 r ,f introt money i 1 wt Master Commissioner of Garrard Circuit Court. K. Itobtnson. Attornev J. Am. Ilourne. Auctioneer j i ; W II pnid. Krown. COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF LAND ;iiuiti i u: t u t of kt ll-a- A. dsssimble HHffT: brf. for family or boardw g room- - hoiitoel hjr furnace, splonsii.l buthroosn and clooe to puo c StttMro. Apply: FOR rkdeco, hou. 12 : Hiloa) Ilro'er- - The Stewart Dry Goods Co. Louisville, Kentucky isd pathetic picture creeled - mull boy tery M'mlih.v a to knee Fln Scheme, and er- dirt) a to fare runners In Denmark are required and a to'tiutllher at-- initial eiirlt esc sent and hand, bent auxhottly ver to mnrket. If me or two egg are proitrate yellow doc In the tree be hail the funnel-titled : If three are fore them. "A car hit TlRe." lie il.l.ed In bud he Is iM.smtted, The Hall an Index. to Kanchon'a quirk iUetlonlnc The funiMilns In the IihII lire like "Tlie doc I not badly hurt." a man the window denirutlon. they ure the Keep BandJget Handy. nearby aured her. Unit Index of the (MHiple who lire there. A box of hullduge MmUllt he kept The child looked up hopefully Into The furnMiliic In the hall Miould, first huuily In every houwhold In cae of younc woman' )tupathetlc fare of all. he hlmple, practical, cheerful, accident. Thee can easily be in.ide. the "Please," he hefced, "carry Tlce hospitable uml III tuMe. At one Tear theui from strung cotton cloth, for me." writer put It: "Ily lour hull jou mm uiilieiiiiuel, uud roll them tightly, milkLaughingly i'atichon wnted her known." Therefore, the lighting tlx- ing kepurute roll of varying width. ailde. "OoihI by lure, tloor covering, hanging mid the StiTlliie them by plucint; them in th friend "You know me; I I.uclUe." he u 111 have to furniture telf insnt he selected with oen, uud then Mure them In it fruit old. do at Sonny say.'' great cure. jur. The elevator Mopped at the ninth floor of the hulldlnc. It wa there that the boy told her hi father lived. Panchon In her Mlk and fur ohedl ently followed Into the room, the lame dog In her arm. And in the two en tered the dlnordered apartment, a man with rumpled hair aj yeUow st and blue eyes as the small lioj' frunk and a younc In their pue. up, confued at the Invasion. He vat sewing, Panchon noticed, clumsily sewing with a lUrtilnc needle upon some article of childish apparel. Ilut when the man aroe nt hi younc manhi on' nlinipt Intnxluctlou, ner wa npprocdl) and hi crnteful sinMe mot wlnnlnc. "How kind." he thanked Panchon. "to come to the relief of my little boy. adly neglected then duys. We He I in to have illftlculty In holding our homekeeper. Dickie Hoy' mother died wlnii he wa borti." When the yellow do was made comfortable utoti a cuhlon the man cuiiim buck ugiilu to tlnd the artist of p. m. at hhaklng her head Hue needlework "WHY NOT OWN YOUR OWN HOME?" audly oer hit bungled memltug. ," he npologetlralty "You ex. AT THK END OF THE IIAINHOW is a pot of Cold plained, "Dickie Hoy poke hi kucea Away olf in our dreams ami in our jrood intentions, we are und elbow through the thine about nil KoiiiK to own our own homes, and make life worth living. a fast ns 1 can sew them up. Some' to But do we over yet them? Most people realize the folly of pay- time we on band be promroU enough an unlimited supply to have ing ront; they INTEND to own their own home at sometime of clothing, but now" I tickle lloy'ti or othor. But ood intentions amount to nolhiiiK if they are father niched, "Mend 'em every night home." said. not carried out. Are you putting oil' until "tomorrow" the when come black eyeho were dancing. Panchou'a Ktopii necessary for owning a home? Time slips away uud "Walt u moment." she cried, mid ran rent continue just the same. Obey that impulse now OWN out through the door. When she returned to the two In YOUR OWN HOME. It is easier today than it will be the high apartment she curried a " miiiiII yellow garment In her hamU, and Dickie Hoy, presently bathed and This is new property, having been completed this spring, dad, was t'teti moie untiring tiiu i&o and contains xix rooms, two halls and two bath rooms, also a child of the Illustration. "I will ulie large closed-i- n back porch. It has city lights and water, a promi)! make him irfher thliig,""And the tarlnc father double garage and all necessary out buildings. Lot 80 x :i()(. yiMi net not thunk me. t line to do he my pleimure." It. That Terms: $1,000.00 cash Jan. 1st., 1922 balance in one to And onewill not an very lung? after. day. ten years without interest. "Now why pay rent" when you Dlcklo, u irlvllege-- l vUltor of the Pumhoii hop. htokeil Into the procan pay for your home with the money you spend for rent? prietor' charming face "Did )ou know," he atked, "when For further information call you made the that I wa gi. ry own little boyp lug to be your And Pauchoii, hugging him cioe, Inughetl back her answer. "No wore," she tald, "thuti I knew that t ahould Certainly. When rosy n tun ti he wild to hi personally Involved? When he I wrapped up In himself. an-w- jr -' 1 tlm. A D l TI on, Ii)kl LIU Ull of my residence on Lexington st, Saturday, September 17th 2:30 he 1 "to-Horr- or B. F. Robinson, Owner L&mcaster, nni'r Kentucky.) Und my kneulug. way uo ou Ihe ninth tloor." heart there In your father' V rPU nt if eofldltHMiv teeaue society It T P O s slowlr mevlBg towanf n BoMe ordering of It duties ami It rights. flam. John O'lleare. Defen.tanU. a (Hon Wright Ms tile. Pursuant to a iulmen! rendered in the Augut Term. 1U21. the uu4r-gneMarked. CommtMioner will sell at pub I'hrenologUt "Your .n ha a lic auction to the h.teheet and lNe4 niathematii al bump' Die Indder at the Court House Poor US M. or there Son "That's where Ma hit tne for lancaster. at 11 A being ut the bottom of ttie arithmetic abouts on clus,"-Ani- erl MOXPAY. SKPTKMHKK 2. 1021. an I.egt.m Weekly the real etate mentioned in the LE pleading and described as folltwi: on in In UarraM i ount) k COMMISSIONER'S-SAand Lex West side of the ington turnpike and an the waters as folOF LAND of lloones Creek and abounded slump, beech lleginnmg at low corner to Hensley, thence with aW (i.Mtlt.MtP ClllCt IT tOLIIT. Hunsley's line S. h5,, K 22.711 to a stake and fence post just Inez Uaines, et al, etc. On Petition chain ami one pole from two beech below Pursuant to a judgment rendered stumps, one stump standing on the i at the Augut Term, 11)21, the under-Mgnt- north shle of saUl stake and fence j Commissioner will sell ut pubthe South side of Mid lic aucton to the highest and best post and one on to Kd Ilourne; thence a bidder nt the Court lloue Poor in stake, hi corner S. hue V W 23.02 IjiiuiiMer, nt II o'clock, A. M or with sugar chains to a stake (old call thereabouts, on tree, corner to Kd Ilourne. thence MOXPAY, SKPTKMIIKU 2fi. 192 1, with line to said Ilourne X. SO 4, W. the real estate mentioned in the passing comer between Pal Ilourne pleadings and described ns follow: and Price Ilourne at ll.lh chains; In (iarrard County. Kentucky, at thence on .ame course with Price Point l.cavell, nnd on the Lincaster Ilourne 0 17 chains more, in all on le course IS. It! chain U a stfike und Itlchmond pike beginning at a point in middle of road leading to near marked beech and lluckeyc. the Wallace residence. 28 links South standing on the West sule of Cam-lin- s Ilrnnch, a corner to .nd Price of the middle of said pike nml .13 fed right angular distance North Ilourne; thence S St1. W down from the middle of I. A X railroad side branch and with soul Ilourne. point near the middle truck ( a single sycamore bears X. H chain to 7C W. 10 links): thence X 70. W of said branch; thence S Srt W. i 15 along the pike and crossing the some! chain to a stake told call a buckeye diagonally 1. 12 chains to a ftoint at! and Iteech touching I and the Wct We.t edge of Hack Creek and I feet ' side of ..d branch, corner to Mid North of the .North edge of metal on Ilourne, thence S 14, U. ! link sui.l pike; thence along North side to an elm on Wtt side of Mid of pike X. 71, W S.26 chain to a branch, in line to said Ilourne and point north edge of metal corner to in earner to John Ileailey; thence Piterson; thence with hi line crow- leaving brunch and with line to said ing the Richmond pike and along llentlcy. X. Vi, W. 31. 2U chain to i West edge of llammnck pike; S. ft, a stake between three sycamore P.. 1.07 chains to a point .n U'imi standing on the east side of O'llan-iobranch, and in line to Malcom side of said pike in line to I., .t X. It. II. deHit lot with said lot X. Aldndge and corner to said Iteazle) ; K. 51 link to the S. W. corner of thence up Mid branch with said X. 112 ,. K II chain. X .13. Anderson' Warehouse; with foundation line of sold house X. rt. W K. 1S.1HI cluiins to a stake an West 00 4 link to Xorthuett corner of tide of sold branch the mime, X. 80,. K. US link to the Wfliilh of m dram: thence X. 21, K. X. K. corner of same, S. 8 K. t.il I rhiilMa to n stake, corner to W. a. h. corner of MrtJ S. Hen!ey and m line to Mid iiaMing nnuse nnl tne .V t. Corner uf said thence with said Hensley up a on Mime drain S. 714. K !.' chiK to a deHt lot at 10 4 link course with Kat line of said depot stake in said dnun. S 12 4, K. 7 05 lot, in all 2.1 chain to n stake uml chain to the beginning, containing fence Mt 33 X. of middle of I.. & 105.1 aero. X. Itailro.nl tract; thence along right Purpose of this sale is to pay the of way line X. 78 t. P.. 5.02 chain debt due Her en College for three 22 feet North of middle of thousand dollar with interest from to a point tract, X. 77 lt K. crossing middle uf Pec. 3rd.. 1U20 subject to n credit Hack Creek at 77 links in all. 5 20 of one thousand dollars pnid Feb. chain to the beginning, containing 2nd., 1U21, and to pay the cost of 3.15 acres, more or loss. thl action and divide the remains of PUUPOSK OP SAI.K. is to divide the proceeds between 1he Jont owthe Proceeds among the Joint owners ner. ns their rights may appear. TKItMS TP.lt.MSr The property will he uld The prujierty wiii ue .oiu on a on a credit uf six months and the credit of six and twelve months ami purchaser will be required to exe- the purchaser will be required to execute bond with approved security cute bonds with approved security tlue in six months for the purchase duo in six and twelve month for the price, bearing interest at six tier cent purchase price, and hearing interest from dato until paid having the force ut .ix per cent from date until iaid, and eifect of a Judgment upon having the force ami effect of a Judgwhich execution may lue, payable ment upon which execution may isto tt II. Ilrowtt, Master Commis- sue, payable to W. il. lirown, Mas-te- r ' Commissioner, of the Oarrurd sioner of the Garrard Circuit Court. A Icin will be retained upon the Circuit Court ami a lein will be upon the property old until property oM until the purchase money is paid. the purchase money l paid. V. H.tUruwn, Master, CommisW. II. Drown, Master Commit-tione- r sioner of Garrard Circuit Court, of (Iarrard Circuit Court, L. L. Walker, Atty. for Plff. J. K. Robinson, Attorney. Am. Iiourne, Auctioneer. Am. Ujurne, Ay ct sneer. aoOtal Progress of Saalety. There are im tlxed and (wwanent Ja--;a- SAUK OR KhVfT -.- ar.g.-I'aMsc StteMro. i g rj' lt-- . 1S2 Astdre Allto Arnol I rt)R I'otoin Colonoa Spring. Car ( of School for tne Deaf ) d I . Olwer Stm Cutter, on truck 0J, OMvor IMdmg Hows fSO , CuttlaK Ilarrsswo $ U.Mj Smoothing Harrows Walhusg Plawv $16; Manure Spreenter 110. one home Whoat Prill IM; Ice Cream P renters at cot SMtl tnniri price and not castsMisor. 1175 J It. MOUNT A CO vl One barn for ront. ha 3 large S x tails, one-tar-ge ball for auto, one large loft. Will hukl ijulte a lot of J 1). Steenbergen tobacco. Campbell St , near the Garrard Tub a too Warehouse, Lancaster Ky. , lt ) 1,500 Watkins Men are making money setting 171 standard national ly advertise! products direct frotr Why be manufacturer to funster idle? Here' your 'ife -- you own team or automobile, ar under 50 and can give bond we start you with lug of ods all far mers need. Nearby territory opet, J. It. WATKINS CO Pept 112. Winona. M.nt. chance If Magazines. am proparod to take orders for any and alt magaiino and would ap proeuto such favor from my friend. Mrs. Dolly Irown I September Ufa n and the best we can make out of it is September Checkbook Shows It. n' The married man duroren that the love uf a wihimh u. ludevd, touching. Hostoii ,i Trnncript opite 1 fur Ieenmg demand f'r luxuries )el doeMi'l supply tlie fund for One imn't spend dollar nee.ltie uud have litem tiki Jrlt count humus mhIIimI hii.I la of the Initio word al, or mull The u.i of salad to mean the greens from wliUti or on which a salad mixture Is ilngml I one of only recent origiu. Tlie itulluu Itiiuilatn th Mroinix: sa!a,j2 alad In lliosit languages, actually uioaii aallett. Salad lllerulU de.-iHlan- There' a nt dirference between rating to lite and living to eat. 'Hit H Mng dicoverei by a great many aclu a measure dl.-o.-ry Luxuries in Less Demand. "SsUd" neaiiy "Salted." t direct .1r,i ' ' ' Anclejit Egyptian Home. Tlie walla of ilut court und room In ancient KoptUu home were painted with brilliant color und the tloor were cow-rewith woven mat and akin of wild uiilniil. A for household furniture, tho Inmate of ICgyptlaa bomtM slept upon tho door, othor tipuu atraUht couches richly which often went llou shped, tho hand, back and tall of the aulmal fonutng the body of lb couch and IU teg Ihe support, e. 1,