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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): September 22, 1921 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1921 cen1921092201_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 22, 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 SKCOND YKAI LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON. SEPTEMBER 22, 1921. NUMBER IJ. ROBERT H. CANTRILL HERE NEW STORE, BUSINESS MEN THE PROPOSED TOML1NSON NEXT MONDAY NEW STOCK AND CITIZENS BACK FINANCING AMENDMENTS OF BURLEY POOL Succumbs After Several Will Address Farmers A. H. Bastin And Co Meeting Friday Night, Will It Take Schools Months Illness. Open On Campbell Sopt. 2?,, County And Tobacco Out Of Politics? The War Finance Body Hon. It. II. Tomllnson, 57 year Street. Growers. Court Room. At Uie coming election in NovemPledges Loan If The old, born and raised in Gnrrnrd counber there are to be voted upon two ty and long Identified with thi city One nf the most imarfint has To the business men nnd citizen of proposed One of the bet Informed men on amendment to the SUUs Growers Are Orat one of It leading attorney, died lie tobacco .situation In the St.iti- - is penings dealing with the business Lancaster: Constitution nffecting the whole fabat hi home on Richmond street ye Itta l?itmlt1l Pnntrlll nf ft.inrt-- . interest of (.anctister. We have reached the tnge in the the open ric of the future public school system ganized On Coterday morning after an lllne.s ef'lott( .,. )r,.ll,.nl plan of marketing tm. ,,UUI of ing this week of the ifierehantile in Kentucky. several month of tuberculosis. In the or;anliatien of A. II. Hastln and Representative from that district. of the Hy Amendment N. I It Is proposed operative Basis lie was a graduate of De I'auw Hi have given freely Co., nl their new store room an growers of Garrard county and feel I GOVERNMENT TO f) RESr.RVi: HOARD ALSO ACTS. Financial support from thq,Fedcr-a- l Government tn the marketing of the 1021 burley tobacco crop, thru Marketing Association, organization o( which Ii now nearly completed, km definitely assured, following several conference between representa-tl- v of the preliminary committee of hurley grower n, Treasury Department olTicinU. results obtained Two important from the conference, which, ar cording to the committee representa tives, guarantee the successful hand ling of the crop by the association, tho Hurley Grower' UniUniversity and Trninylvanla versity ami up to the beginning of hi illness enjoel one nf the most lucrative legal practice in the city. He wa prominent In church ami fraternal order, being a life long member of the Methodist church, a devout Matou, Odd Fellow and Knight of I'ythia. He wn an ardent democrat in ,iAlltl-a service leen to the Snpiro dan of marketing tobacco and he will speak here in Lancaster next Monday afternoon, at one o'clock, at the court houe. He is able to convince the most Campbell street, near the depot When their stock is completed the hope to have one of the mtst com plete line found in any general coun try store thi tin. I turi r.iir....nt..il f!t.ri ' rnnl county in the state legislature, during the session of 188U and 1002 and was a member of the electoral RELIGIOUS CENSUS college that elected Woodrow Wilson Of City At the time of his death he held i.To Be the position of City Attorney, and was prominent at the bar throughout And Suburbs the State. Sunday. In 1877 he was married to Mis areFirst Definite assurance given by Mary Lou Marrs, she preceedlng him A religious censu of Lancaster the War Finance Corporation that in death about ten years ago. He BODY if the burley grower organize under I survived by three children, one and it environ will be taken next little bit cheaper, considering the marketing daughter, Mr. Alfred Hrent, of Lex- Sunday afternoon. Religious work quality. the proposed Brought Home plan the corporation will give any ington, and two sons, Mer. Harry ers from the four white congregaThe senior member of the firm I application made by the usociation Tomlinion and It. II Tomlinson, Jr , tion's p the town will gather the In- an old experienced business man and in- Burial know the huines from the ground the same consideration that nlready both nf thi city. Two sister, Mr. formation tilling out a separate Ross Adam and Mr. Melvin llarri,! formation card for every individual up. He will organlza-tioh been given to similar hae associated with Remains from the youngest to the oldest. The him hi son, Clinton Uastin. a young of Fred Young, Lancaster of cotton grower, advance to of Lexington, also survive. Funeral services will be held at worker, going by two., will call nt man of ability and experience and f SU kt exce which have been in Who Made The Supreme Sacrihi late residence on Richmond atreet every home. is believed that they I u, cent of the value of the crop. pfejct for ,hpm much W(,M in Second Presentation to the Fed- Friday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock, con. win oe connaiiy receive.i ana me in- - tn,.ir undertaking fice Arrived Saturday eral Reserve Hoard of a reiuet for ducted by hi pastor, Rev. Price T, formation desired will be gladly giv- - i BURIAL LAST SUNDAY. Smith, of the Methoilist church, in a ruling that grower draft on thej Legion Elects The object of the censu Is not toi association, accompanied by weignt terment following In the I.anrnter cemetery. The remain of Fred Young, pry into any one' private buine' ticket, shall be classified a agri Officers and gallant Lancaster boy who brave made The pall bearer will be: Messrs. J. nor it It to change or attempt to' cultural paper, and indication of the the supreme sacrifice in the great belief. WM F. MILLER olficials that a favorable reply may W. Klmore, R. K. McRobert. Jame change anybody's religiou world war, and son of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Instead, it is believed that correct entitle SplIIman, E, W. Morrow, b expected, which would COMMANDER. K. J Young, arrived nt his old home information of the church affiliation paper to ix month' credit, Ward ami Mayor J. M. Duncan. such last Saturday morning to be consign and religious condition of our town allowed rather than three month The members of the American ed to it last resting place under the TELLS HOW and cmmuiuty will enable the Legion met commercial paper. at the I. O. O. F. hall in sod of hi native city and in the Churches to render more effective Lancaster, Ky.. last Friday night nnd presence Amirrti Last Crilicilm. DID of loved ones and hi. hun- service; and that is what the churches elected the following officers for the the The delegation representing Ireds of friend who knew and loved is. desire to do. These mendments have been subtobacco organization held a confer- Wins On His Pig Sometimes stranger nre not shown ensuing year: Wm. Fewon Mill him in life. Commander mitted on the recommndation of the ence with the Hoard of Director of It was in June I'Jl' .that Fred much consideration because they are er. the War Finance Corporation, at Young enlisted in the great war at Kentucky Educational Survey ComAnd One Best known to so few; sometimes In cae Dr. J. K. Kd Vice Commander the conclusion of which confidence Cincinnati, joining Company F. of mission. This commission was creof illness they are not visited and wards, Mark Jennings, Chas. Letter. wa expressed that the Federal authe Ith. Infantry. On account of ated by the Legislature at its last given the sympathy which they and Rev. Willie I'. Roger. thentic are ready to back the bur-le- y his extreme age, being then only session and was composed of a group would appreciate because every min Adjutant Robert M. Meadows, Robert Lilian! Gulley, aged eleven marketing move I'J years old, he could not get the of Kentuckians of which Dr. W. A. hi congregation think that Wood, Uenj. years, wa one of the prize winner ister and Finance Officer jnent being organized in forty-on- e consent of his parents to enlist, but Ganfield, president of Centre Colpossibly the family belong to anR, Finance Officer Lewi lege, was chairmnn and Mr. Alex counties in Kentucky, two in Ohio nt the recent pig and poultry show, other (lock. Such possible situation asst. his patriotic blood could not see it anJ two in Indiana, to the ame ex- winning on hi Poland China gilt and would be obtained by more crrect Thompson. that way and he was soon in active Barret of Louisville was secretary. Master at Arm Sam Lee Herron. training. In tent that it ha been aitlng siml-U- r he wa u warded the prize for writ- I Information. It i hoped, therefore, the course of a few- Athletic Officer Richard Lackey. months he was organization of cotton grower.' ing the beit letter and telling just that every one will sent to France and on TOBACCO in this Thi, it I held by the tobacco gro- how. he did it. We give it here in undertaking and that a complete and sKxecutive Committee appointed by October 23rd., 1918, he fell mortalIce Comman the Commamler anil wer' committee, insure the financial full. ly wounded from a shell, just two' Many "I picked my pig from a bunch correct censu may be taken. der A. D. Joseph. Alex Doty and week before peace was declared. stability of their organization from J. Wade Walker. owned by Mr. Steve Hill. I paid all criticism, He wa u friend of Frank Jessie, of Delightful The above constitutes the officers Danville, who wa also killed Keprcsenting the marketing asso- fifteen dollar for her. I used my in ac I nametf my pig Hcldal of Post No. 3 ciation at the conference were; Judge Christmas money. Home Coming Thisthewas one Sanford best meetings tion while fighting beIde his "buddy" The Increasing interest that ha Lady Hester because that wa the of the Robert W. Hlngham, chairman, LouYoung. developed In the tobacco marketing The home of Mr. and Mrs. David ever held and a large crowd was isville; Jnmct C, Stone, Islington; registration name. I selected the Reside his parents, the young man plan, I very gratifying to those who big type Poland China because I think 1'rewitt, near Nlnn was the scene of present for the election of officers. William E. Slmms, Spring Station; is survived by sic sister, and three are giving their entire time to the James C Wilson, Louisville; Charlv it Is the best hog raised in this one of the most delightful home com- The local pot will try to make this brothers, all of whom have the sin movement, without the least remun very ings of the Adklnson family, on Sun- the baner year for the Legion in this They grow N Manning, and W, C. neighborhood, cere sympathy of the entire commun eration or even the promise of such, large, are easily raised and produce day, Sept. Uth., when forty-fiv- e of county. Montgomery, Klitabethtown. ity. notwiths'.andiurf reports to the conlarge litters. The best hog men I the family met on that day to celeThe dues for the year 1922 wa The burial services took place in trary. Many meetings have been Statement On Conference. know of raise I'oland China. brate a reunion of this happy family. fixed at J3.50 for each member, this the Lancaster cemetery Sunday scheduled for the coming week, at Following the meeting between this I brought my pig home in the car. Of the original family of 17, paying his Post, State nnd National before n large crowd, the which time speaker will be on hand delegation and the War Finance I was busy for the next fvw day. I eleven are living nnd were at the dues for the year. services being In charge of the local and the solicitation for signers will Corporation Hoard, Judgo Hingham n tint! In nut hr in nnil reunion. The next regular meeting will b Two of the brothers came! post of the American Legion. be completed. I issued the following xtatonicnt; I bought middlings, from Missouri nnd together with onelM'I the Ii"' Tuesday night in Octo d it. The following dates have been ar"The War Finance Corporation crushed oat. corn meal, nnd tank other brother and eight sisters, com-- : her and as plans will be made for ranged: held a conference thl morning with age to feed her She weighed 10! pleted thi happy family. It was the year s work it is the earnest re the mar pound. I have had a good deal of a great and happy day for the moth-- 1 ii committee representing o( all members present on last NINA, Saturday afternoon, Sept. We nre deeply grateful for the ketlng association now trouble driving her to the scales. I er, who was present ami rejoiced Friday night that they all be present expression of sympathy and con- - 24th.. at 3 o'clock. forming to merchandise the burley began feeding her a half pint each with them, making It n day long to and bring with them one service iolence shown u. during our sorrow- HERRING SCHOOL HOUSE. tobacco produced in the United of middlings, crushed oats nnd corn be remembered, man. night, Sept 2 1th., at 7 o'clock. incident to the burial of our son and State, and after going over the meal with a half handful of tankage brother, Fred Young. To the Heidal LAAVSON'S SCHOOL plan of organization, stated to the I also gjtve her half a gallon of skim Will Reunion. Sanford Post we arc especially Tueday night. Swpt. 27th., HOUSE, Some Choice Stock. at 7:30 committee that the board had here- milk at a food. I did not keep this W are in receipt of a letter from thankful for its interests nnd ser o'clock. tofore agreed to advance In excess up long for I could not get the milk. In the advertisement of the Dixie our good ,. friend nnd subscriber, Mr. vice. TEATERSVILI.E, Wednesday of fiO per cent of the value of cer I had her on clover 75 day. I am Stock rami which will appear regu- -' J- WMr. and Mrs. E. J. Young - Kmsey, who mnny year. ugo Sept. 28th., 3 o'clock. .i... tain crops, uch a cotton, to now feeding five pints each of mid i.rU. WWgllWMO III. and family. Itttt nt til It ids I nnMllttir hi J. Sit kilir I US) UM IVIHV ll hntmi HUCKEYE, marketing organization formed dling mid crushed oats and one each tral Record, will be ioun.1 somi Wednesday night, ativo vj cnt nt Wahington. Ind. Sept. 28th.. at 7:30 o'clock. on the Culifornlu plan, thi plan be- of tankage, and corn meal. Thi farm is ... I am choice stock for sale. .. .... ... Tobacco miuv (tiiu ii-i-i ins nit-nil- . ing the one adopted by the burley giving tome kim milk now. She the home of the Hlg Type I'oland IIUENA VISTA, Thursday night, tho ' are offering thl.' expect to attend .. National .i grower, and that if the burley grow weighs 30Ii pound. I am getting hog and they , .... , Tobacco headquarter will be Sept. aath , at 7:30 o'clock. , er organize under thi plan and ap her ready for the show," week ten of the big type Poland Union ut Indianapolis, on September maintained in tho Court House all of ply to the board, they may expect China boars for sale lit price that Monday, county court day, in the Good See our Ulue Ribbon Seed Wheat, will Ik' of interest to the farmer. 20th. to 30th., and thnt he would be county tho lamu consideration given to siml court room. Anyone desirdelighted to meet some of his old lar application, due regard being had Rye and liarley, all tested at Ih Messrs. Sanders and Anion have ing to lourn of the plan Cause. to general condition, financially and Kentucky Agricultural St Experiment achieved an enviable reputation with friends from Garrard county. Mr. f selling tobacco at high prices will Ramsey was a member of Company otherwise, ami tho proper organiza- Station. It pay to tow good teed. these hog and the demand during P. Hill, .IT.. .!.. After several weeks of hard and call there. ...... ...i.i-- i. 1,1 ., tf Illllll Hudson A Farnau. l U ill- persistant rehearsing, the home tal-ehe past year ha. been phenominal. , tion and management of tho burley , mnmU( b Co, j, play, entitled "The Hoodoo" will grower' Drop them a card nnd let them mnkei association." . , Gibson Girls soclatlon." bo given nt the school auditorium you a few price. All Asked For Granted. Following their successful confer Tuesday Night next take part night. About twenty New "Tho War Finance Corporation ence with the War Finance Corporawill in the three act comL. H. S. j At a hiisinpiA met'tltii? of Hoard ha assured us that tho Hurley tion Hoard the delegation called on Alumni tu- n.in. In presenting this wonderful show edy, among them being a dozen or Grower' Corporative Marketing As (Jov. W. l (5. Harding of the Fed- In the first game of foot ball of ti.t church last Wednesday evening, to the public, we promise an evening more of Lancaster's prettiest girl sociation will be given the Mine con- eral Reserve Hoard, and they emerg- the season the Alumni of the Lancas Rev. William K. Rlx, of Herea, was full of mirth un-- laughter, a real and several of our young men, all of sideration that these other group ed from this second conference with ter High School defeated Capt. Cox's unanimously- - called as its pastor for show of merit with a cast unsurpass- whom have worked hard under the have received," ald Jiime C. Stone, additional nthutiatm over the success team last Friday afternoon on the the ensuing year Mr, Rix has ed. A bevy of beautiful girls and faithful coaching of Miss Ruth CarLexington, vice chairman of the com- of thir mission In Washington. local gridiron by the score of 12 preached on several occasions at the plenty of singing and dancing. A rier, which Insures it urce from mittee. The delegation urged that the Fed to 0. local church and the impression he .how of wonderful surprise full of every standpoint. The proceed, of "That is all we should ask for. and eral Reserve Hoard Issued n ruling, The old men put up a good game had made on his congregation as a sparkling comedy. A constant laugh the play go to the Woman' Club and in all probability is considerably classifying drafts made by growers and deserve much credit for the whole, was a result of the call by from beginning to end. will be used through them to Improve more than wo shall need. The at- onthe association as agricultural pa- "Suffering" that they received. Capt. the board last week. A cast of Seasoned Entertainers, the community play ground on tho titude taken by the corporation of- per, thus making them eligible for Cox tried out aft the men and gave Mr. Rix will taka up bis work here who will drive away the bluet, at college camput. General admission ficials today removes every possible is months' credit, and they express them all a chance. He said that he neat Sunday, preaching both morn- Romans Opera House Saturday night, is 60 conts; reserved seats 75 cents; doubt of the successful financing of ed the opinion that their argument 1 ready' for the Junction City lads ing and evening. The public (s cor- Sept. 24th. children 35 cent. Everybody should the burley grower through this as-- had been favorably received. on tomorow, (Friday) afternoon, dially invited. Admission 20 and 33 cents. skeptical and can explain every detail of this marketing system and every furmer and grower should be on hand and help boost the only salvation and hope the tobacco grower ha left Taken Next One very attractive feature which enterprising firm ha Inaugural ed. is the free hitching lot adjoining their business and in their advertise ment this week, they are asking ami to explain the seriousness of this inviting all of their country friend matter more forceably to you I am to hitch and water their horse I calling n meeting at the Court House thl lot. Hitching place are being Friday evening and earnestly insist rapidly provide! and ever conveni that every busine man and citizen This, of the town be present. Plea.- ence will be supplied them. we believe is the only free hitching don't let anything interfere with your lot in the city and this firm I to attendance nt this meeting. be congratulated upnn this Inovntion Yours truly, L. L. Walker. Chairman They will take care of nil the country produce, giving the very (iatrard County. highest market price and will sell to you for cash only, goods Jut thnt the time I now at hnnd when we mut have the and influence of every business man in this city to bring thi movement to n successful end. We feel that the citizens here do not realize the Importance of thi movement, which If successful mean so much to every farmer nnd buiines man. In order HERO'S For n 1 ! I i JjE For It to strike out that portion of the Constitution which provides that "a Superintendent of Public Instruction shall be elected by theiquallfled voter of the State for the term of four year and shall be ineligible for The objections to the present manner of election of the superintendent nre that he must be nominated and elected by a political party; the offico ha. come to be regarded as part of the political spoils nnd too often it is politically administered. It I also objected that the clause which prevents the superintendent from being mean, that every four years our educational policies and plans wilt be changed In the event of the passage of Amendment No. 1 it Is proposed that the Legislature create a State Hoard of Education consisting of nine member who shall be men and women of broad capacity, of demonstrated ability, of high reputation, not more than rive of whom shall belong to the same politie.il party. Thl. board shall have the power to appoint the superintendent. The Legislature may provide that this board shall be appointed by the Governor or that It shall be elected by the people. The aJoption of Amendment No, 2 will permit the Legislature, through the State Hoard of Education, to divert 10 per cent of the general school fund of the State to the schools of those counties in which the present available fund i insufficient to maintain schools up to the standard prescribed by law The present law nnd the Constitution provide for the distribution of the whole of the general school fund on a per capita bas- Prize MEETING Speaking At Precincts. white-washe- Card Of Thanks iU-'- Sat-urd- ay Attend co-op- ,k,.,i I -V .. Headquarters Ln-Chi- Play For Worthy -- nt The Defeat Pastor Called T Saturday l ' . The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Sept 22 92 1 1 . operative nisurcs the success of Judge campaign to organ-li- e the hurley growers in their own From now forward inten Interest ,lve rlfort will be directed to round !nc out the "S cent pledge regarded cigarettes as essential to marketing by the pre for 10c from llminarv committee. one sack of I'ooU have rme and gone, and as such they are not new in Kentucky, GENUINE but this is a new and fcfc r duration Its sound idea of contract, its ingenious but secure financing ytem and its regulations of director control, relieve it of all the bad features of earlier pool. There is nn doubt that the War Finance Corporation will aid the TOBACCO hurley growers as son a they comWa want you to hav the plete their orgarutat.on, niul from boat paper for"IULl." that t' ne on ucces .n gaining n So now you can receive stable price for the product de with oaeh package a nook ot 24 lavs ol IHUfe-t- ho pends solely on pulling together un very finsst cigarerto der wte management. Organiia- She Was paptr in the world. tlon of the crower of uther tvnot of One Sunday lovers went to tobncco, wi foOW( unt tht. ,obac. When the collection was f0 aTniVT ,kl(. he church Ronw of oranRM being taken up me young man ex- - am, whl.al and plared h,j pocket., and finding noth- - j,.1Ve ueA tom uni,(.r sh(. burj,.nf( Com,,ni:' whP'"redn to his weetheart: m of thc ,lrchaif 4.tt,,m that haj k,pt Find cent, i cnangcu i naven i from hm, lhe (ut. Uuiu f ,.xl5tancc In Stone l,ants " I The Preliminary Committee, and Meanwhile the girl had been nl, th(. eounty rhairman, haVt. Graves. searching her bag. and finding noth- - fA mai:m',lei.n,y t0 attaln lht.ir KrwU ng. blushed a rosy red and said: j rnJ am,( whj,e thf mme$ of ST0NE Corn that grew .n Tennesee in "I'm in the amc predicament. land ISAHKF.R and KKHOK come prehistoric times, possibly before Joseph put away his seven year' It would be wholly impracticable first to mind there are many others uccefully and supply in Kgypt, was unearthed re- to attempt to adequately punish ev- who have tolIeJ cently by V. E. Meyer, of the Bur- ery man who commr.s a sin. There earnestly with these strong leaders. eau of American Ethnology, and sent wouldn't be enough punishment to go The Kentucky farmer is an independent and suspicious homhre, and to the United Sutcs Department of around. It took strong and intelligent men to assure ,iim that at least some people were trying to help themselve and him who did not want olfice out ef it, or a lion's share of speculative profits. That happens to be true, as wi" be demonstrated. Many-Kowes ! 50ggod Bull DURHAM Prehistoric Tennessee Agriculture for identification. in Davidson ng recent excavation county. Tcnn.. Mr. Meyer came up-a- n a number of stone slab crave containing mortuary vessels. Some of these held specimens of charred mane in fairly good condition. From the. sue and shape of the grains it was possible to identify the variety Tropica! Hint, a d as form about half way between true Hint and popcorn. The some type of Indian corn occurs in the West Indies, ami there i no question in the minds of scten- ,ttu but that there was n very early lOmmunicntian between the West Indies and North America. Not only corn but beans, squashe, pumpkin., and tobacco are of tropical and subtropical orgin. These staples, now so important throughout both hemisphere, found their way into North America and were cultivated beyond the (treat Lakes in Canada lone be- fore the discovery of America. .There s 'ihundant et'dence of com- ' munication between t;ie West Indies and Florida, and up the Mississippi and t. tributaries. ' Tobacco Land Price (Louisville Times) Whaf began last winter as nn In plrntion in the mind of one man ha become nn establishment. The nn nouncenient of fl'J.OOO.OOO pound of hurley nlready pledged to the co CITY RESIDENCE AT PUBLIC AUCTION , tlve-yea- Saturday, Oct. 1st, AT 2:30 O'CLOCK. On the above date I will soil to the highest bidder, the seven room residence on Danville Street, known as the J. W. Pumphrey place. I have just finished remod'.Mintf this residence and it i in fine condition and will make a good home for some ono at a very moderate price. The house hm seven rooms and front porch, Electric lights, closets, good cistern, coal house, large high lot, 90 feet front, 200 feet deep. 10 minutes walk from the Court House, in one of Lancaster's best residence sections. Terms will be easy and will be announcod on day of sale. Possession at once. Any one desiring to see this property can call at my Clothing Store and get the key. House is now empty, having just been remodeled. "Just Out." to - ( nlnt . ( PLUMB: ING SEE ! g mtThebrox The little child of Mr. and Mm. S'iper has Scarlet fever. I'rof Harrod was with home foiks at Frankfort for the week-end- . Mises Annie and Kate Holtzclaw were with howe folks at Gilbert Creek. 4 Tn II iW-rT" HfCARTHY lUeFLl'MHEIi Maimer 7UTZr Standard' Shop Phone 69. r Lexington St zr Rnnfin. v.: J as. W. Smith THE CLOTHING MAN LANCASTER, KY. Mrs. Nan.e Ray and Mrs. Wm. i (tether and hogged iff are a profitab HUck and daughters were entertain-- 1 means of pork production Is hown ed at the home of Mrs. J. D. Hay by the result abtained by Tom Lancaster, Ky. Canada's Fur Farms ' Some people seem to think that what will keep out cold will also keep out heat, so perhaps that is the reason that about the hottest day in July some woman with her dress to her knees will come out on the street with a split fox head and tail, about i her neck. A.un some old lady for fear that some traveler will keep a Tor Thr i Generations window up in the street car will put H.v Had Child Birth EasUrUy Usinq e her nero Kill III? fur pie-Mr. W. .V. firow, of IMeaaiit Hill her shoulders before going down They're Smart. was the gueat of his son, Mr. Ed. own to do her shopping. Fur are 'Tell 'eui uothlnc. eli? What about Grow Saturday and attended er- -' f L worn therefore at all times, in season (All that advice In tnauuglng wive?" "It UC and out ,ar.d hence the great demand won't work. What you full to tell 'em, vice here. 115.11 Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Dean, Mr, and for them, which it seems cannot be they LouUvllle loomr.. aofMooa.it.i but filled by merchants fritr Mrs. Irvin Dean and I'rof. OtU lirown anna it.auutca. Dn..o Arum t"e w:!d (Jrove Sunattended services at the g animals. Canada, know.ng this, has gone tr.ti) the raising si nnima'.s on a wholesale plan. At tnis writ!ng Canada has about 500 farms within, her boundary.) animal are care-- j where fully nutured, .o that their tribes may increase It is wonderful how fast they ilo increase when they are kept away from depredations of larg- er and fiercer nnimali. It is a pay- ing pro.iov.tion. Dean. fur-beari- Kemember the series of meetings beginning at this place Monday evening, Sept. "Jrtth. Mrs. Lewi I.emay is very ill at the home of her father, Mr. Josh Barker at Bourne. Mr. and Mr. Arbor Lee and children were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Dean Sunday, Mrs. Hebecca Holtxclaw after a week's visit here returned to her home in Lexington Sunday. Miss Uuanna Dean, of Jeamine. ipvM a part f last week with hen grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. A S. P MOTHERS ,i Thursday. Mrs. Andy Adams returned home Saturday from Lexington after several week viit with Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Ward. Mr. and Mrs. lienry Yater, of Guy and Mr. and Mr. John I'ichctte, of Stanford, were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs John Yater Porkers . jue." ,... For working for driving. Made of best grades of leather guaranteed for excellent service sold at close prices. A good buy every time. Harness SADDLES VJ I ! I i: Latest models modest in price. highest standard of perfection BRIDLES For working for driving nament. Strictly O. K. for utility -- I! ! , for or-- (Delayed.) Friendt are .orry to know of the illness of Mrs. Letie Hill. Mrs. L. - Mntihews wn the guest Friday of Mr. I'aUy Slmpton. the day Mrs. Sim Clark spent Monday with Mrs. Georgie Naylor Misses Hnllie and Angus Hay were ; puests Sunday night of Mr. C, H by Dr. McCleve, is doing nicely. Naylor. Mn. Thos. Montgomery pcnt a Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Ward were the part of last week at the bedside of guests Sunduy of Mr. and Mrs. Andy CI her nephew, Mr. Kdmand Naylor, Adams. j who wn very ill at hi home near Mr. Jnd Mrs. Wm. lllack were the Orchard Grove. quests Suni'ny of Mr. and Mrs, AusI'.ev Manly fulfilled his appoint tin Mack. ment here Saturday and Sunday. U'.te til at( Mrs. Hoburt SJmpson i He, wife and Mi Lizzie Perry were the home ' i , or uuugnter, .Mrs, . entertained nt the home of Mr. an I M. Lnne J ; day evenins. Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Duncan are receiving congratulations over the arrival of a tine ten )Hund bay, who arrived on the 13th. The descendants of Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Fonl, deceased will have a reunion at the old home place here Sunday, Sept. 25th. Grace, the little daughter of Mr. iinl Mrs. Chas. Duncan, who wut operated on at Lexington for adnoid J UPSON Wheatley, a Washington county far with County mer who Agent It. M. Heath and the exten sion dlvition of the College of Agri culture in showing the value of this Nine hog method. which Into a field of so) beans and corn each made an average gain f II pound dunng the 15 day that they were on feed making a total of 370 pound of pork produced by this Gain method ( according to a report of Ue weighed project The animal a On Soybeans And 'total of 1.100 pounds when the deni Corn. oiutration started, and 1,830 pounds That soybeans anJ corn grown to- - when It wj finished. wen-turne- d Rapidly Mrs. II L, Thompson. WHIPS For all purposes, and the best grade of whips on the market. 1 ACCESSORIES A complete line of accessories. quality and the price remains down. He who sells for cash, sells cheaper. Becker fc BRYANTSVILLE, KENTUCKY. I Sunday, I Ballard f f Up to date in I Andy Adams. Mrs. Claud Uoltoii and daughters, O., spent the day Tuesday with Mr. James Foster. Mr. nnd Mrs James Thomas and on, were guest Sunday of Mr, uud via Mr. Sim Clark. Miss Dora Lee Huifman und Mrs. Mill Uiack spent $3.15 $3.15 Miss Virginia Hay.Monday night with Sept. 25, 1921 Mr. und Mrs. J. W. Walton, Mr. and Mr. W. M. Iiroudus were visiSpecial train will leave Lan tors In Richmond Sunday. caiter 5:29 A. M., returning ' a,r' rnnlu ua" WM caiieu to the wren ui will leave Fourth St. Station, oeusme inn Z. Naylor ncr grandson, who is ill. Mr. L'dman . Cincinnati 6:30 P. M. Standard TV... O..II....I - I II.. HI... jTim., (7:30 P. M. City Time.) Cr,cch daughter, were the For further information con quests Wednesday ot Mr. John EXCURSION MIssos Willie Mae and Osie Grimes wero gucsU Monday night of Mrs, CINCINNATI, and return L&N. ;a We are here to ervo you in sickness or health. Our joy in life it keeping you healthy. The way to keep healthy it by having our fresh drug and remedies in your home. A teriout sick nei can be prevented if you take it in time. Come in today and let us select for you a few necessary things for your medicine chest. Come in today and let us show you our superb line of jewelry. Our watches keep correct time. Does yours? Prices always reasonable. Come to US for it suit Local Ticket Agent Ulack. McRoberts Drug Store The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday Sept 22, 92 1 1 MAKKSHURY Mis Stella Doty Is on the sick list. Green Kstes sold to Nat Culton three calves. Ci $60. Mi's Ola Doolln ha been suffering for several days with tonsolltis. Ilarlry it the chraprit seed this Mudion & Farnau. year. Mis Alberta Speake of near Ijn-castspent the week-enwith Miss Ida Speake. The bride nnd groom, Mr. and Mr. Hay, of Iluckeye, have taken rooms with Mrs. Nellie Naylor. Mr. and Mrs. Kmmett Long attended the funeral services of Mr. Fred Young at Lancaster Sunday afterd R. E. McROBERTS, Lancaster, Kentucky. should be trim and neat nnd show or masculinity. no Isgns of beefine Since early maturity in pullets Is one indication of their laying tendencies, the birds (hat show rurly reddening of the comb should be favored In the culling while those that have dull heads after n majority of the birds of the same age have started laying be usually should discarded. In body types the pullets that will make henvy layers will have ribs and n back that is straight and broad. They will carry their width well out in the rump instead of being wedge-shapeback of the hips. The bark of the promising pullrt will have the same characteristics desired in the fine beef iter, that is, broail und Hut on top with deep side giving rectangular the bird a somewhat shape. Any pullet that show long narrow heads, commonly known as that are lute maturing, hove poor chest development and pinch back or that lack dpth of body measured by the distance from the end of the keel bone to th top of the backbone should be discarded in the fall, the paultryme say well-sprun- g d ," Poultry Profit Require Good Management Of Flock. UniliT present condition', with indications pointing townrd mi of poultry producU the moot certain mean, of insuring pro fit from the fnrm llnrk in to ndopt the rnont efficient methods of poultrymcn say. One step toward greater efficiency In tlii" Hock which enn be taken by every poultry miser is to cull the pullets nnd remove thuse that show by their physical characteristics that they are not capable of sustained high egg production, according to J. I!. Martin, in charge of the College of Agriculture poultry work. A study of the head of each bird it an Important part of the culling operation with pullets, Mr. Martin said. The Idea) pullet head should be short and broad with a short, d beak, n bright prominent eye and plenty of depth of skull above the eye At the same time the head t, ir well-curve- of Danville. A number of relatives and friends of the bride were pres ent to enjoy the splendid repast given for the occasion by the hostess. Mrs. Virgie Clark May is n sister of Mrs. I'ruitt and had been married for several days befere her wedtling was generally known. The 14 year eld son, Mastir Kd Naylnr of Mr. and Mrs. Otis Nay'or died Inst Saturday morning after an A number Illness of several day-.- . of physicians were called in consultation but the case baffled them and the cause of his death sti'l remains a mistery hoping n slight operation would prolong his life which wa performed but no good result were obtained. The body was taken to Iinraster for burial Monday after- BRED IN OLD KENTUCKY -- ON Dixie Stock Farms SANDERS BROS. & AMON, Props. HOME of the EXTREME BIG TYPE tpe We offer now for quick sale ten big Poland boors as good as the best nt farmers prices We are now booking orders for fall pigs either sex at bargain prices to be delivered nt ten weeks old, cholera All hogs have been double treated. Why use a scrub boar when you can get a real honest to goodness one nt a moderate price Heat Your Bungalow, Cottage, or Flat with Hot Water Cfllar not Inneer. out disturbing arrancrtnents, until ready to use with th: any tnry put small Ikmisc withpresent beating rf? I Li L. A L. IDCAL-Arrola -- R adi ator-Boil- Areola er K 1 !r Ikalrt t tu ama'.l mum without crUals. Itot w.trf htattoc a imi uvl ta,y at run. tut a itovtWM tut Mali Mil Rajia. Tb ralrf sritrm to American HmtJtil. mat tlur.Ur. rotMt rcunranKal Iwatlns 4ant f vrf ilnWal lia tuiaU tauUum. Ooo't lUlajf to tuxl wit ail aUajt IU ,b!.;.:r Ha.latitln atioiniiiinuiii. Th Areola litlarr-- l In in an.1 btrvl as stove. iv.n.liu.,k.icbT. - IIt. It See one now on display in my window. P. B. WILLIAMS, Lancaster, WALLACHTON -- Kentucky. Mrs. Curtis Russell, of Danville is visiting her parent!, Mr. and Mrs. Miss Ituth Todd spent Saturday I'aul Italian). night with Miss Inis Hutchlns. Mrs. fieorge Lakes and children Hev Will llrynnt preached at the are visiting her parents, Mr. ami Ilaptist church Sunday morning. Mr. J. A. Wilder. Mr. Hubert Oulnn. of Courtland, Mr. Joe Wilder has returned home Ind., is visiting old friends of this from an extended visit with hi place. brother, in Mlddlesboro. Hev. Young AIM hU appointment! There will be an ice cream supper , at the M. K. church Sunday after-at the Wallaceton school house Satneon. I urday night, Sept. 24th. A 11. Y. I'. V. was organized Miss Fannie Kidd has been visiting among the young people of this place her brother and attended the revival Sunday. j Ilaptist Mr. und Mrs. Voley Calko wero meeting at the Wallaceton guesto of Mr. and Mrs. James Ogg church. Sunday. Itev. A. T. Ross closed n successMisses Ada and Kdma Sparks spent' ful revival meeting Friday night at the Ilaptist church. There were 26 the day with Miste Lillian nnd ' udditions, 23 by baptism, Hutchin. f noon. noon. For particulars, call or write Mr. A. J. Ilice and family motored The Indies working Society met SANDERS BROS. OR JOHN M. AMON, to Ilurgin Sunday and were guesta of at the home of Mis Susan K. Sutton Mr. and Mrs. Victor Rice for the day. The meeting was led by Mrs. Mote LANCASTER, KY. Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Pepper, of Pollard. During the social hour Miss liuckner, after spending several weeks Sutton served delightful refreshwith friends here returned last Mon- ments. Miss Kugenl Pollnrd wih-in- g day. to the intellect of the SoMr. and Mrs. Mnrshull Hayburn 2 Contract no disease. This is The supper given by the ladles ciety brought along with her some and children were guests Sunday of important nnd should be followed of Pleasant Grove church was In ev- test spelling. None came up to her Mr. and Mrs. James Foster. by cery" young and old. If no ery way a succeis. wai the standard of "smartness" a two of Rock, Sand, Portland Cement, one contrncteil nny disease the death the contents mined five out of ten receipts of the supper. rate would be much lower. Common and Prrssrd lirick. words, one four. The society will 3. Never stand in front of a rapII. Y. I'. U. social was enter& Farnau. The Hudson meet with Mrs. Carrie Turner next e. idly moving railroad trnin or tained ut the home of Miss Martha Thursday nt 2 P. M. Mrs. L. L. Matthew and Mrs. Wm. Curtis Thursday evening. It proved Matthews were the guests one day 1. Marry enrly and if necessary, a very delightful affair for the youngrecently of Mrs. Patsy Simpson. often. Although n mnrried person er set, rrKrBarlafcaRari;5rt5ftlrt3to", Mrs. Wm. Adams and Mrs. Olllc (of either sex) may In reality not HInck and daughter, were the guests live longer than a single person, it Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Gastineuu, Mr. Thursday of Mrs. Charlie Hutrman seems loner. and Mrs. Hoseoe Gill and Mrs. Will 2. Katun ,of Pulaski county spent sev- SI and Miss Flora Adams. Do not nt oysters without re5. eral dn)s lint week wita Mr. W. T. tr I have just received h Mr. and Mrs. Willie Hwy, of Ohio moving shell. Next ta doughnuts, v Doolin and family. of the was cal!ed home on the account of oyster shells are tho hardest food to tue ilIni'M nnd death of hi nephew, digest. Mr. Lee Huffman. Mr. and Mrs. Best Grade of Guar-antee- d Mater Kdmnnd Y. Naylor. 0. Do not call n man a linr anyKverette Ilutfman have returned to i! Rubber Mrs. John their home in Clinton, III., after n m called to where wet of thr Mississippi or south whs two week stay with Mrs, Tom Ilruud-u- s a. and will rubber jour buggy Mniion Inst week by the death of of the Mason and Dixon line. It is for $14.00. and ether relatives here. her sister, Mrs. Marion Hurte, who much Mifer in the Kast. Give me a triii. and satisfy 7. Do not smoke a eitraretto or had been ill 'or sometime. The symPhone . Mr. Kverett Huffman and wife, t: yourself. pathy of the community i extended cigar in a cellueid collar factory. Mr Lee lluifman and Mr. and Mrs. ,s. Never be nn innocent bystnnd-er- . H. VANHUSS A. the bereaved ones in their hours of Taylor Huffman and children, Mrs. That i the must dangerous ocsorrow. K Tom IlrMMa nnd children motored 2. Lancaster. cupation in the world. to Kirksvillu Tuesday and spent the Do net go into Wall P. Ei i w fiM fen tos ua bu ua ug tn, r,j K.J Street day with Mrs. Grover Huffman. an.) yell "Hurnih for Leon Trotsky!" Recently we asked our pet scienMr. Ted Kugnse To'ip-o- n 10. Mind your own bu nines, tist to dope out the system of at- dc.'t interfere in family (ttiarrels, iivered his cocend sermon last Suntaining long life, for the benefit of day night, lib text was "He not eat tinned meats without re-returned our reader. He has worked on the Mrs. Henry Tuttle ho deceived, God is not marked, whatving the tin, and if you would soever you sow, that thai! you also home after a visit at Hnrboursville. case faithfully and presents the fol- reach n ripe old age, above all things, lowing rules: reap." Mr. Thompson is only VJ don't die! Ilattry the cheapest seed thil 1. Re careful nnd do not drink years of age and is studying for the year. Hudson & Facnau. water from poisoned wells. If you Any one can criticise, but it often ministry under his father, Hev. Lewis Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Scott were must drink water, drink city water lequires brains to interpret the Thompson, of this place. visitors Sunday of Mrs. John or bottled spring water. Mrs. Nora I'ruitt served a noon dinner last Sunday in honor of the j Mi Hessie Huker, of Nina. i vis bride and groom, Mr. and Mrs. May, iting Mrs. K.ld Huker ami family this week. Mr. P. r. Prichett, of Stanford, is visiting her daughter, Mr. and Mrs. tet nuto-mobil- c Rubber Tireing y li-"- i i How To Live Forever. GUY. d'-n'- t n. COMMISSIONER'S GAHHAHI) SALE OF LAND CIRCl lT COUHT. On Petition Inez Homes, et al. etc. Pursuant to a judgment rendered ot the August Term, 1121. the undersigned Commissioner will sell at public aucton to the highest and best bidder at the Court House Door in Lancaster, at 11 o'clock, A. M. or thereabouts, on MONDAY, SF.PTKMHEH 26. 1H21. ln' Mule Cirma Dairy Fred and Horse and) Fed for sale. Iludion & Farnau. Mr and Mrs. Willie Wallace spent' the day Sunday with Mr, and Mr, J a. Wallace, The Chlnstvart of Central China. The center of tlio chliiaware Indus , try of l'h tta l a cltj vpV iniMhlrtla of whlcl cf 300.U") the manufacture ani are ensured sale of twrelii 11, Chtnd-teh-chen- Her Money Was Gone An old woman who lived alone had kept nearly $2,000.00 in currency around her house for years. She was afraid of banks. Last fall she became seriously ill, and No, she didn't die. Hut when the went to look for the cash it was gone! Fortunately some honest friends had found it while the was unconscious and had deposited it to her credit in a bank. This woman has now decided that after all the bank is the safest place, and, besides, her money is not idle any longer. It is now earning 4 per cent for its owner. Let us put your money to work for you. 4 PER CENT ON TIME AND SAVINGS S. The Garrard Bank & Trust Go LANCASTER. KY. Wo sell travelers Cheques, which nre good in the United States nnd nil foreik'ii countries. the real estate mentioned in the pleadings and described at follow: In Garrard Count, Kentucky, at Point Leavell, and on the Lancaster and Hichmond pike beginning at a point in middle of road leading to the Wallace residence. 28 links South of the middle of said pike and 33 feet right angular distance North from the middle of - A: N. railroad truck ( a single sycamore bears N. 70, W. 40 links); thence N. "0, W. along the pike nnd crossing the same diagonally 4.12 chains to a point at West edge of Hack Creek and 4 feet North of the North edge of metal on said pike; thence along North side of pike N. 79. W. 8.25 chains to a corner to of roint north edge withmetal line crosshis thence ing the Hichmond pike and along West edge of Hammack pike; S. i:. 4.07 chums to a point on U'wt side of said pike in line to - & N. It. It. depot lot with said lot N. 80 , K. SI links to the S. W. corner of Andersons' Warehouse; with foundation line of said house N. 0, W 00 links to Northwest comer of K. 05 links to the same. N, K. N. K. comer of same, S. passing S. K. comer of said house and the N. K. Corner of said depot lot at 00 links on same ourse with Knt line of said depot lot, in all 2.14 chains to & stake nnd fence post 3.1 N. of middb? uf - & N' TViri ad tract: thtttrr i!.i.g M ' way line V. 78'.. V V(2 chnu a point feet NVrth t middle o' , I. er ssin middle r ract, N. Hack C.-al 77 :'. B.2. tains to the begum g. cen'.ainiiu' T.45 acres, more or us. PUHPOSK OF SALE, is to divide the proceeds among the Joint owners as their rights may arrar. TUltMS: The property will be sold 'in a credit of six months and the u nurchaser will be require.) to bond with approved security uf in six months for the purchase e, bear.ng interest at six per cent ii date until paid having the force upon effect of a judgment . h execution may isjue, payable V II. llrown, Master Commis-" nr of the Garrard Circuit Court. In will be retaincJ upon the erty sold until thr purchase . is paid. Wi H. Hrewn, Master Commis-sione- r of Garrard Circuit Court, J. t.. Itolilnsun, Attorney. An llourne, Auctioneer. Henry Yntcr. Mrs. J. I). Haker has returned home after several weeks visit with rela tives and friends. Miss Zatn Prichett has returend to Herta, after a pleasant visit with her aunt, Mrs. Henry Yater. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Davidson were guests of Mr. Carrie Davidson and Mrs. W. T. Sutton Sunday. y The many friends of Mr. Will will be delighted to hear he is some better at this writing. Mr. and Mrs. Hobert Ynter of TeutcrsviHe were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ynter last week. Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Graham and baby were Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tuttle and Mil Daisy Km-br- OIY m TRACTOR m r.O.U.Dalfoit Heynolds. Mr. and Mrs. Till Byrley, of Cor-bi- n were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Merida and family the past week-end- X If r I Henry . 5. I- 80, ' i - w : Mr. K. G. Smith and Mr. James Isaac of Hazard were the ploasant guest. of Misses Maud and lteulah Ynter Sunday, Mr. nnd Mr. Hay Prather and Miss Willie Francis, Master Colli O'Neal Prnthcr, of McCreary were the pleasant guests of Mr. ami Mrs. W. T. Walker Saturday and Sunday Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry Sebastain are receiving congratulations over a handsome baby boy. He has been named Mlley H. in honor of his grand father. The young mini urrived last Tuesday. The friends and relatives of Mrs. Charley Holton of McCreary surprisd ed her Sunday, it being her birthday. There were about seventy-lh- e present. All had a delightful time ami left wishing her many more happy birthdays. fifty-secon- Wis Right Ford I When He Said JUDSON. exe-cu'- . Little Kvlyn Hicks is ill. Mrs, Leslie Hill ha typhoid fever. Miss Agnes Hay was the week-en- d guest of her cousin, Virgie Hay. Mr. Stanley Foster spent last week with Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Hayburn, of llourne. Mr. and Mrs. Willie Hay returned to Ohio Saturday after a week's visit with home folks. Several from here attended the burial of Mn. .Marlon Hurte at Lan- caster Wednesday. 'The Tractor will enable the farmer to work fewer hours in the day, giving him more time to enjoy life. I believe the tractor will make farming what it ought to be the moat pleasant, the most healthful, the most profitable business on earth'1 This tractor has dono much very much In bringinp true Mr. Ford's prophecy; for In It is a machine which has harnessed one of the most dependable, efficient, adaptable, economical sources of power In the world a machine that saves from thirty to fifty per cent of the farmer's time a machine which many farmers claim plows, harrows or drills as much ground In tho same time as four, six or even eight horses. And more a machine that takes care of every power job on the farm. Call and let's talk It over, or telephone or drop ua card and we will bring tho facts to you. HASELDEN BROS GARAGE The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Sept 22, 102 DC I DDI BflE 3E I SPECIAL PRICE Come A few high grade Buggies on hand. and get yours before they are gone. their "liquid refreshments" with them. The government could hard I y object to thin without being discourteous. This puts another temptation In the way of our American delegates such a temptation. A parched throat gets mighty dry nnd its owner will often do very queer things for just a little nip." When a fellow is "properly mellowed" he is easy to handle, and the "mellowing" process will undoubtedly be worked to a llnish by the astute gentlemen from over the seas. PAINT LICK Mis. Klten Prewitt' I on the sick lift this week. Thr school realised $27.00 net from their Ice crrnm supper. Mn. Martha Wynn.wn n guest In Louisville Friday ami Saturday. Genuine Kanawha Sail best for Hudson A Famau. (uiinf meal. Mr. nnil Mr. Joe James of Paris, Knle Ely Sun were guest qf Mi .lay. Mr. K. T. Heilrlrk of Lexington, visited in Paint I.lrk the first of lost Table Cost Is Lower The thrifty housewife halls ' EAT MORE PAY LESS with satisfaction our close prices on groceries and table necessities. As rapidly as prices fall in week, .Mr. anil Mr. Wesley King were visitor" Sunday of her sister, Mm Old Hickory Wagons at less than factory prices, to buy. Now is the time U CONN BEOS. "Live and Let Live Folks." 31 3C1I F1f IE numbers nnd brains can pre vent. The Japanese delegates Issutd Weakly. 91.50 a Yaar. will be suave and polished Payabta la Advancsw while in Washington, but they J. E. ROBINSON. Editor, will be in deadly earnest. Not a. L .ELKIN, Local Editor and Mgr. a word or a gesture will escape Entered at the Toit Office in Lan- them. It is with the demands Mall caster, Ky., ai Second-Claof Japan that wo of America Matter. are most vitally concerned. The Central Record n r THE ForMit Adni.uif Rmi AMEHCAN PHES3 A.VVTC1ATIO; England, France, Italy, Bel- Lancaster, Septenktr 22, 1921 Ratal For Political Announcaraant. For Precinct and City Offlcet-.- f 5.00 terests at the meet. Every 10.00 For County Office sleeve will be full of cards For State and District Offices.. 15.00 .10 ready to be placed at the psyFor Calls, j.tr line For Cards, per line .10 chological moment. For all publications In the interest of individuals or expresIt is with men of this stamp sion of Individual views, per and calibre that the secretary 10 line Obituaries, per line .06 of state and his delegate-aid- s gium, China and other countries will send their shrewdest and craftiest of men to safeguard their own particular in- ..... will be called upon to cope, and it is no reflection upon their mentality to state that their strategy will be taxed to the limit, we are assuming, of DEMOCRATIC J. TICKET course, that Secretary Hughes will head the American dele- gaiton. Undoubtedly, as has been our custom in the past, the For Circuit Judge American cards will be laid CHARLES A. HARDIN' upon the tabic, faces upward. Card Of Thanks. But they will hardly be joined Commonwealth's Attorney EMMET V. rURYEAR by the cards of other nations. That is hardly to be expected For RepresentatWe of men who have been trained ROBERT II. TOMLINSON, JR. in an atmosphere of secret For County Judge The American deleJ. C. WILLIAMS gates will skirmish in the open For County Attorney against adversaries who are GREEN CLAY WALKER concealed in a fog of doubt Card Of Thanks. For Circuit Clerk and uncertainty. Miss Lucy Francis entertained JAMES B. WOODS, JR. We sire to express our sincere the following ladies Wednesday afThen there is another inFor Sheriff fluence a sinister one which thanks and appreciation for the ser- ternoon in honor of her guest, Miss vice of the American Legion, th Jennie Park, of Richmond, Misses DAVE SANDERS will harass the American dele- beautiful singing e Jennie and the kind Park. Mattie Walker, Jane Deputies, Ashby Arnold, II. D. Lee. gates; and may even attempt nnd sympathy of everyone dur- Walker, Margaret Francis Paxton, For County Clerk to fog the issue among the ing the return home nnd burial of Me.lames Fannie Walker, 11. A. MISS FANNIE DOWDEN foreigners. Munitions manu- the remain of our beloved son and Hervcy. II. W. Kstndge, II. J. Pal. Phelix. rick, J. 11. Francis, R. J. Walker, facturers and others who profit brother,Mr. For Jailer Woods Walker, T. II. Smith, H. 11. and Mrs. J. II. Creech DAVID ROSS from warfare do not want perand children. Montgomery and II. L. Francis. petual peace. International For Magistrate Mr. and Mr. Walter Centers financiers of Wall street are of J. II. CLARK Tulip Quickly Chanet Color. the following at dinner R. L. BARKER this class. If the conference Tulip are more re.p.inlte to d)e Sunday; Mist Hossie Kiddwell, of thuii puts an end to warfare it also florist ciirtiutlHi or chIIux a (Tilrak'o Irvine, Mr. nnd Mrs. ilnrgi REPUBLICAN TICKET found by eiperliiieiiilng. When and family, Mr. and Mr. puts an end to billions unon dye of arloti inlor were rilohed Magistrate For placed there K. P, Wugera and family, Rev. F. M. billions Of fat nrofltM that! ' vase "d " NOAH MARSEE. JR. Tinder nnd wife, of Kirksville, Mr. would otherwise How into the in, me ewers pr- uirei up into Hi and Mr. II. II. Robinson bloom of tlie tii!ip in about thirty and family' swollen pockets of these fel i n u tea. of Valley View, Mr. an I Mr. J. M. As The Editor See It. lows. They will do their ut Kdward and son, Harold, of Dan-- ' ville and Mr. mill Mrs. Tim.li. :.,,. most to prevent a lasting peace. While at peace the wise man tens. devises ways and means of perHut they are not the only petuating peace. Austria' Hat Industry. ones who will "butt in." ' The Of ail the Industrie of Austria, there are few which are dependent to Early in November the wise woods are full of senators and To such a small extent un th luisirtatloii and notoriety ones of many nations of the congressmen of raw materials u the hut Industry. The hair of ruliblt and bnres, which' earth will gather together in seeking politicians who will he! used to such n great eitrnt In cur-delegates by the Washington. They will talk button-holin- g . In II.,.. I. .....I.. Some will be lobpeace in an eirort to prevent wholesale. within Austrian frontiers. further wars. Disarmament byists for the "interests' while To Cltan Window Shades. will be their principal theme. others will see in it n means of To dr cliiin u window shade, spread creeping into print. The It full eiii:tll on I lie kitchen table or Japan, it is stated, will send whole gang will be there with cn the floor nnd rub It thoroughly nit ever with dry salt nnil com meal, retwo hundred of hor ablest bells on. newing the mixture a It hecomt Sue Shelby Mason statesmen and international exsolleil. Then duM well with a "ft perts. Apparently Japan docs Agam, this is a "dry" coun duster The limi need not be re Loan Agent moved from the roller, and this method not propose to allow anything try, nnd presumably all our Court Houie Lancaster, Ky. inns mil iuu it out oi suiii'c ur rnu to be "put over" on her, if friends from abroad will bring It to crack. E. ROBLVSON J , I ser-vicHran-denbur- For Stale Senator just as much. appointment at Gilrad Sunday and morning and night. Mr. Thot. I.agsdon won in Loui-villOn Sunday morning, Sept. IMh., lost week buying good for the 11'-1 nt 6 o'clock u WI1 of sndnefs firm of l.ogsdon & Co. cutne over the community when It Mr nnd Mr. A. U. Wynn left Fri wn learned that the .ngel of Death (ay fer Mmi,n, ,,!., for t hovered her icy wing around the Mr amJ Mm. William.. ' ) t I nnuI .urs. i I vuus tayiur fiuiur ui .ir. Protracted meeting will begin Oct nnd claimed their oldest nnd loving f and fi's.tt per pound. 3rd. nt the Christian church. Rev BUCKEYE on, Edmnnd Naylor. lie had iTeen Ceo Purvis will do the preaching. Mr and Mr Mai Carter enterill for two weeks nnd nil that laving Misses Grace and Kmma Hall Mr. and Mrs. Jr- - Hill wire In tained a number of friend and relahands could do was done but to no guests in Louisville nnd at- Lexington Monday. tive to diner Wednesday. avail, lie bore hi suffering without Rev, Holing, of Uulivillr, visited n murmur ami bravely fell asleep tended the fair Friday and Satunlay. Mr. T. S. I'irratt was in Louisville Mr. T. O. Hill nnd Mr. and Mrs. J esc Mrs. Millard Ledford wa n visitor from Sunday until Tuesday. with Jesus. He wni thirteen yearn of age and in Lexington a few days last week, Messrs. T. O. Hill and A. C. Mile Htll from Saturday until Monday. the pride of the family. Just as he the guest of her aunt, Mr. K. I. were in Nicholasville Monday. Mr. and Mrs. W. K. WhltUker ami wni blooming into young boyhood it I led nek and family. Uarlejr is the cheapest seed this son, Mrs. Miller and daughter, Mis seemed end to give him up but he me remans ot reiu Creech ar- year. Carrie, of Lancaster, spent Sunday Hudson A Famau, that giveth taketh nil thing his last rived Saturday and wu buried at with Mr. and Mr. R. W. Sanders. Mr. Hugh Kurtz sold ten head of and dying words were: "Do net Manx- - Sunday morning nt 10 o'clock. Mr. K. R. Prewitt and son, l grieve about me, for I am going to cattle to Center Hro. at 6 cts. lb. The American Legion had charge. adn aughter, Mayme Lee and Mlsa beautiful place prepared fer me and Miwe Ellen and Cynthia Prewitt Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Pieratt spent Mayme Dickerson, of Elkton, Ky., to which I nm ready to go." entertained about 70 at a party Sunday in Richmond with Mrs. Doty. Mr. A. B Crawford and daughter. He leave n mother, father, three Thursday night. Nice refreshment Prof, and Mr. Hobart Price spent Gene Ray, of IjiGrange were guest sisters and three brothers, beside n were served and all enjoyed a pleasSaturday and Sunday with relatives of their sister, Mr. Geo. Ray and host of friends to mourn his lot. ant evening. family from Saturday until Tuesday. at Richmond. The remains were Inid to rest Men-da- y Mis Martha Morgan ami William Mr. ami Mr. Hiram Ray, Mr. afternoon in the Lancaster ceme- Moody, Mi Alma Mr. nnd Mrs. Mc.Murtry, of Kirby and Floyd tery beneath a beautiful mound of Reynold spent Saturday with Mr. Norn Tenter, Misses Ethel Ray nnd eloped Wednesday night to Sallie Lou Teater returned home flower te await the earning af a Jellicc, Ten., and both couples were and Mrs. Carter. Monday after attending State fair at brighter day. married there. Mr and Mrs. Oscar Ray and family Louisville and visiting Mr. and Mr. The meeting nt the Wallaceton visited relatives near Richmond Sat- W. It. Raney, Mr. and Mrs. W. P. One by one our Father gather closed last Friday night with 20 ad- unlay and Sunday. Allen, Prof, and Mr. A. II. CrawFlowers so rich nnd rare. Mr. Jess and T. O. Hill sold two ford at LaGrange and Mr. - M. And transplant them in h garden. dition and a general revival of member. Rev. Rosa of Georgetown head of cattle to Mr Will Uiwson at CrutchflcM at Nicholasville. There to bloom forever mere. assisted by Rev. Wni. Rogers of thia He i blooming, sweetly blooming, place aided in the preaching. Mr. M. C. Lewis, of near Kirksmid the fairest flowers of light ville entertained Sunday with a de In t?r Garden of Sweet Edon, Where the flower never blight. Hghtful birthday dinner in honor of her daughter, Miss Martha. About guest were present and: We on earth no more shall see him. thirty-fivBut the Angels are hit guide a most enjoyable day was snent. r and we know that he f ever Rev. Hurt and family arrived Mon-- . Near the bledwod Savior's side. day for a visit to Mrs. Hurt's sister,! HITCH Mm. N. M. Burgess and family, Rev,; May we hope some day to meet him, Hurt will go to Conference from Is the Invitation of In that land of endless day here leaving Mr. Hurt nnd children There to dwell forever !iurges for a longer visit with Mr. In that happy home above. The Todd sale was well attended. An Aunt, V. 11. R. The home place of CO acre went to Mr. Jennie Roger nt I'JOO.OO per Campbell street, near Depot acre. Hob. Hodkin bought 70 ncre nt $140. per ncre. The old hall ' We wish to think the people with ..n.n... ululm clock was bought by Mr. Geo. Todd all our hearts for the kindnesxi shown at S10S.O0. .. us during the icknes nnd death of Mr and Mr. Sum Farley and chilour loving son an I the floral offering! Mr. R. G. Woods entertained with BRYANTSVILLE dren, of Nicholasville, were Sunday nnd Hro. Thompson for the consoling a theatre party at Lexington, Hen All, for the following- Dr. nnd Mr words spoken. Rev. II, A. Dawes is holding a guests of Mr nnil Mrs. A. H; Swwpe. F. II. Smith. Mr. nnd Mrs. R. J. Mr. and .Mr. Odus Naylor series of meetings nt Perryville. Mrs. Helticlaw- - of Lexington, reWalker, Mr. and .Mr. R. G. Wood, and Mr. Nannie Ray. turned home after spending several Fertiliser for your wheal land. and after the show they had dinner I days with her sitter, Mrs. Nan Mul-lin- s. Hudson & Farnau.& at the La Fnyette. Truly, the American footsteps will be beset with both thorns nnd roses, and it will .. II... -- .I till Mrs. J. F. White, of Nicholasville. require the wisdom of the ancients to successfully side- visited her daughter, Mrs. It, (i Woods this week. step them. Itev. Wni. linger filled hi regular Mnrk Lewi. Miss Cynthia Prewitt has returned from n visit to Ml Columbia Tuey the I wholesale market they come down at this store. It Itity it for less and relish Naylor. Currey & Gulley. 1 4 1 K.-y- le I- - e Free Hitch. Lot 0RIVE IN, WATER and A. H. ut Bastin & Co. MmnAMmMWwvmtmnnm i..i.s.i. i. t g - I Miss Amy Dawes left Tucsduy fer Georgetown where he will enter school. She wn accompanied by her guost, Mis Anne Stuart Thaoker of Mr. Chas. Clubb, of Sulpher Wellj Georgetown and Miss Martha MIL is spending several days with Mr. chell, or lloilgensville. ami Mr. C. M. Dean. Mr. and Mr. Joe Kdwards, of Mrs. Fannie llrynnt returned home Nicholasville, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sunday after a weeks stay with Mr). Kdwards, of Versailles were guesta Sam Farley, nl Nicholasville. last Monday of Mr. nnd Mrs J. II. Miss Annie Stuart Thacker, of Kdwards, while enroutu to their Georgetown, was the attractive guest home from the M. V Conference, of Mlsa Am Dawes recentl) which was held m Somerset. I Mr. and Mrs. J. Hugnn Hallard; were in Nicholasville .Monday on business. n Mrs. Helle Davis, of Sulpher Well lina I tins ni lr nnil Mm i ka ii9 Walter Davis. Miss Mayme Lee Italian! is the guest of her cousin. Miss Margaret Woolfolk, of Lexington. . Mas It'll.... Mill K.. tfUV II sv'i-- ward and family. ' StJtUm, Mr. Ulbo Jvti a -.. i. -- .. ...ill umujs, ncti uriu i. i... ui oicnuiiviMr wtir ...r In.) C.i.ln.. II ft!. l. II firry 1 lllliliri ft. Mlllt ...I MONEY I CASH Raising wholesale cost. SALE ( Loan Oil I 1 GOING ON NOW Gome at once and buy goods at less than I - Farms SANDERS VARIETY CASH STORE New Location J Lexington Street. The Central Record. Lancastei , Ky Thursday, Sept 22 92 1 I 1 The New Store A flood assortment of . Mr. K. T. Minor left Tuesday for her home fn Milwaukee, after a pleasant visit to relatives nnd friend here. Htella nnd Christine Drown have returned home from n viait to friend nnd relative in Wilmnrr nnd I. exincton. 3BOT Classified Column RATES. Single Insertions 1c a word No ad taken for Ices than 20c In this column. No adi in this column charged. Seven insertions for the price of five. Thone ordrri must be paid Mime FRANClS - SniTH ready with fall showing of GROCERIES Get acquainted hm Sltckmf Up OB The time entiling to mnkc it better. with Wk these flood Shoes. LOOK things. BUYING. Mm BEFORE Mr Karl Swope, who finished tho hljrh school here lait year will continue hi studie nt Centre CoIIckc thi session Mrs. Kdwnrd Lester nnd bnby, Cecil, left this week for Akrwn, Ohio, for n visit to Mr. I.'nter, who hai been quite ill. WINTER FOIt RENT: A desirable bnik! residence, for family or boarding houfe, 12 room, hinted by furnace, splendid bathroon and rlase to public Square. Apply: Hnselden Ilrnthers. HATS Richmond to visit the Richmond Lodge Tuesday night. Harry Kinnnird nnd family, who have been visiting friends and relatives ha returned to S. W. Missouri. He says he want to eW Wit there nnd come back to the good country that he left two years ago. John Kinnnird' valuable work in n barbed mule got entangled wire fence last week and now is in n precarious condition. The "Vet.," Mr. Jack Adam was called nnd he reports the mule can be saved if bleed poison does not set up. The remains of TheMx Creech, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Creech, of White Lick Creek, nenrTnlnt Lick, who mnde the sacrifice in fnr nwny France during the World Wnr nt Mnnse cemetery by the American Legion last Sunday morning. wen-interre- d promptly. In all prices to suit the public. Gossip About People Vvv A (trill 0lnji hylhot MtMUn at lh Cmlc.i snd W Art iMirtilid In. FOIt SALK. Some choke seed V. A. Lear. Mr. A. II. Hmithern, representing rye. .elm Owiiey (irant, of Louie-villMr nnd Mr. Kd Allen, of Dnn-ilt- the Courier Journal, was in the city FOIt SAI.K: Ture bred Chester were invent Sumluy of Mr. K. u few days thi week, In the interWhite hegs. Thane 37H-A- . I. est of that splendid paper. Jennie illwgtm Mr. Ho II If llraaddui, who ha , I.ucilli, the litt'e dnuRhtvr of Mr. A splendhl bargain in n ged used been vUltimr her ltcr. Mr. Dave ami Mm. Mils ?trnpn left Wed- piano. See Mrs. Simpson nt the nesday far Danv'lte schoal, where I!om, hm returntnl t her home In Simpson House. she will be Mr I e. 0Ity. the country, tnuiht Articulate lesson. Mrs. IVrmelm Horn- - n Tan vhdtlng hrr two neicrs Mrs. It. K, l.ittk ('ernkline (!rdM IlraiHhuw with nf Danrtlte "peat the week-enher Krand txirunU, Mr. and Mr. d Mcllobert have been In Jefe MU Dunn. Mrs. Clay nnd Mrs. Ohio, Mr. Willinm borne on the Wall, of Bl I'aso, Tex-n- . T. I.. Wall, of Torts-moutnre gum of Mr. nnd I. ear, nt their suburban Lexington road. h, rrcent visitors in Danville '.Mr. J. C. Roldnsen I vissting Lexington nml Winchester. Mr. June HtirWwan, wha lluektrye, week-end tthtn at ty. folk been ent the in I'erryvtllr. Mis Marilee l.cnr. (nrrnrd cun. at Versatile in the home with d m tcwh-r- r who i teaching .School, Hic.h J. Fleece ltoWiHn. ef In Dan- ville, wn Mr. II. II. Cox hn returned home Ml Frunkte Kauri man has refrom a tun days tny with hi daughie in Wilaaare. turned (rum a visit In Cincinnati. ter. Mr. II. M. Ilrown, if Knoxvillc, Mr. and Mr. K. II. llwirtninl nnd wh hn typhoid fever. He reports Jam- - anil Mnry Daty have MIimc Mt- Snllie WMn are In Laukvillr her doing nicely, her friend will be been recent visiter in Danville. Mis Lnrastr Svnday. wha bn Mn. N'arthcut Thaw th' uet af Mie Kate and Ullian Kinnnird. h returned to her !, spent the week-enwith Mr. nnd Mr. Henley llnstin in Frankfort nnd attended the Stnte fair Saturday. from n Lena ltright hat short visit with Danville attendint: the Slnte returned the Chrittnri church. rela- tive. ha returnMiss Hue Shelby Mas ed from a viiit to rtdnlfttn In Ohio. llMls-Imro- , Mr. J. K. Sterwei lf t Mnnday dmiter. Darit )Cae, hae returned far a visit to Mr. Arthur Hubbard fram a vmt ta her MrenU, Mr. and In Covington. Mr. I) Hener. in UuhtviUe. reMr. ami Mr. Clay Saturn be,e MnttiHirly. wha h been thi Mt tay at Mar- KUint of her itlir, Mr. Frank week turn!! from t tinsville, Imliann. W. It. Ceeh and I- now makrainha Carrier and Franci ing his home near Philadelphia, was Klhtt left Tuesday far Nahrille, in the city n few day this week, Tenn.. where they will retumv their the guest of Mr. and Mr. K. C. He wa warmly greeted Cainec. (utile at Vanderbilt. by hi old friends, who nre alwns Mr A.llh and littli buppy to see him. who if. Caventln of clad to learn. Mr. C S. Raines, Mer. Jeih HrawHinK and Mr. Ilrawntai;, hoc reIn l.ebnnan. Mr. Val turned ta her home Mr. Sin-iiaCeek, of Danvillr, were gust. Mr. Jnntm Neviun, who ha been af Mr. r - Owsley. vtftitint; hM father, Mr. Joe Neviu, in pendini; a few day in Danville, i Mr. Onyle Duty lift Monday far he will return to Danville, where he will enter thr High I.ouUville before IincaMer. School for tho ensuing yrur. ha reMUn Vnlerhi WMUnker Mr. Harry Klmore nml children turned from n vitit in I.euitvilte and ef Hnrrodsburg, nrr pint" of hrr Now Albany. Ind. WWle in .Vow mother, Mr. Tatty Anderson. Alban) the wn the innH of Mr.. y Wm. II. Souser, nf (in., were viMting their neire. Mie Jan and Sue Williams They Tuesday nnd Wilnesday matnreil through m their Huick und from here will vklt friends in Lexington, Versatile and Ituisville. Mr nnd Mr. Fltigeruld Miss Anno Catherine Arnold, Mis Klveree Arnold nnd Mr. Vincent Arnold, left for their home in Dinning-hu- lust Thurvlay afternoon, after spending nevernl weeks with their grandiarent, Mr. mul Mrs. J. (i. lturnside, on the Itichmond read. Marriage license was i.vnued the in Danville to Mr. Irvine II. nnd Miss Mnrgnret Wntkin Speaks. Iluth nre from fiurrurd county. The groom i the son of Mr. W. M. Watkins and is n young farmer. Hi bride is the daughter Mr. ami Mm. Richard Anderson Clarence Strother. have returned from n weeks stay in f I.0H.ln. I'rof J. W. Cook. Lautivlltc anil attended thr fair. in Imncmter with pent the week-engainir U Slearrx, Ky., Mr. anil Mr. Alfred llrent ami friend, before where he wiN be principal of the Mr. Adams, of Lexington, arc at thr cbeal at that pfcire. bedside of Hon. It. II. Tomlinion. Mia IIM4e HoRUe, of Junction Mil Mnrcclla John, ef Cincinnati City, m at ltnenn Vftn, in (I.irr.ir.l hime after n visit ta county, to nupply the dnre af pri- Mts Mtttan and Mr. Shirley Btt. miiry techer for n few week. I'rof. i rinrifll of lleunn VUtn. Mr. ami Mr. I. C. King ami MU Aimer Pnye King have been visiting Mr. Mr. Harmon l!uell Waylnml, who anil Mr. J. M. Cress, near Danville. bn been th i;uit of hrr mother. Mr. V. A. I'riee, hn none far a Mr. nml Mm. (5. II. Swinebroad viait in Knntn City, Mo., before re fcnVr returned from n several day turning to her home in Wihon, Okla stay in Louisville ami attimltHl thi' fdr. Mr. Sullie Anderan Daily, of MnrkWur. I with her itor. Mil Mr. and Mr. D. (iulley, Mr. nml The many Mr. Coleman (iulley spent Momlay Amanda, Anderian. friend of Mr. Daily are lorry to In Lexington with Mr. nml .Mrs. Ike knuw he i ill and liape for n ipeedy Dunn. d Iait ueek One brn for rent, has S Inrge box stalls, ant large hall for nuto, one lnrge loft. Will hold quite n lot of J. I). Steenbergen, tebnero. LOST: Frliluy, Sept. 10th.. a key Campbell St., near the Garrard ring with post efflce key, garage key Tnhncco Warehouse, Lancaster nml little geld knife. I'lease return ((MI-4Ky. to this olTice. 4,600 Wntkini Men nre making FOIt SALE: A lot of goad home money selling 17a stnmlnrd nationalgrown, yearling heifer and steers. ly advertised product direct from Thoncs r.3. 17h or 12. Why be manufacturer to farmers. W. S. Carrier. idle? litre's your life chance. If FOIt KENT: Three or faur you awn team or automobile, are andi r 50 nnd enn give bond we stnrt rooms; furnished or unfurnished. you vith big stock of goads all farMrs. II. T. Swope. Thone 307. Nenrby territory open. O.'JL'-.lt- .) Danville St. mer need J. It. WATKINS CO.. Tobneca is being housed rapidly FOIt SALK: Some fancy White Dept. 112, Winena. Minn. Hock cockerels. Thane 307. nnd the men report the lest for Mrs. H. T. Swope, I.nncnMer. Ky. caler nnd weight thnt they have ev-put in their bairs. They are too HAMILTON VALLEY optimistic about their late corn and LOST - Sunday night. Sept. 16th. Mr. J. N. Hulette's mother, of fall grass and claim that if "Old blue serge skirt betweon Taint Crimp" (frost) will just stay away Iltinai. is visiting her. Keturn to I.envel nr. Lancaster. little longer they will hnve the Lime in bsrrrli. thi office and receive rewnrd. biggest yield they hnve ever had. Hudson & Frnu. FOIt ItENT: During the school Hamilton Valley is right where the Mr. nnd Mrs. Mnrion Well visited term, house of six rooms, furnish- Mr. nnd Mrs. John Kinnnird Sunday Blue (irnis nnd the Cumberland Apply at this afternoon. ed or unfumKhi'd. Mountains touch. It is on the Fall office. Lick, a tributary nf Dick River, and Mr. John Kinnnird and Mr. John Hows into White Hilton will start to Missouri in a Conn's Ilrnnch that 200 rods of best four feet Lick Creek, thence into Tnlnt Lick, fence, in. stay Ne. 'J wire. few days to vsit relatives nnd see the wMch also empties into the Kentucky 70 cts. per rod. See us before you country-MarioF. ver 20 mile above Dick River. buy. Hudson & Faniau. Well delivered ta Hnrry 1. fart the vnllev I at the head of ...... ,Lk.,1..- J.. HVIiriJ nullum in ". dividing ridge between the wa-eweight about COO pounds, each at 5 of Dicks river anil Taint Lick STItAYKD: To my place. Sept. cents per pound. Creek. It is 15 mile Southeast of 10th., black hog, weghing nbout 130 The sale ef Mis Mary Todd's the Lancaster, 5 miles Northenst of pounds. Owner can have same by paying charges and fur this notice. 15th of Sept. of land, (two farm! Crnb Orchard and 8 miles West of ColMillard Humm. and personal property) report fnv- -' Rerea The richest endowed drably nnd land is on a boom again. lege West of the Alleghney Mts. I The members of the Never Fall Here the citizens have the privilege FOIt SALE OK ItENT: Oarage Rebekah Lodge of Curtersville, nre of both living in the mountain and on Tubllc Square. Tossession given planning on motoring through to I f,e Ulue Crass belt. January 1st., VJ'22. Address Allie Arnold, Colorado Springs, Colo. Care of School for the Deaf. (9E-4t.-pdj er 1 new-wire 1 1 4 . te rs FOIt KENT: Two-storhouse and Mr. Alex Denny, Mr. and Mrs. S. 27 acres of land, now in grnss, good C. Denny nml Mr. Klisnbeth Denny, corn nnd tobacco land. Well barn mile ut Lancaster, spent yesterday here nnd all qut buildings. One-haMalinda Itay, Mrs. Mattie Duncan, who i at from lluckeye. with Buckeye, Ky. the Danville und lloyle County Hospital. Uev. and Mrs. Hudson, Mr. Huggy harness, breeching, Hid. and Mm. Luther (iibbs, Mi Me Mary bridles, work collars. Homes collar and Jane Doty nnd Misso Helen nml pads, nlluminum wnre casaroles, four Martha CS ill of Lancaster, visited burner oil stoves, ice cream freezers, Danville fried yesterday and attend- house paint, saddles, blankets, cook e ed the lliedcrwolf meeting. and heating stoves nt cost. Messenger. J. K. MOUNT & CO. y lf Dnn-vill- of Mr. J. W. Speak. "Raincoats Direct From Factory to Wearer" I am representing the MANUFACTURING-CO- COMER . The largest raincoat manufacturers in the world. Selling direct to rhe wearer. It means LOW THICKS. HIGH QUALITIES and IMG VALUES. Will call and show samples ami prices. Phone fiO. B. C. FORD, Lancaster, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. James Conn gave a ,IIU,i-M- l 111,1-IIVUII HI their home on Itirhmnml .trret fnr' their grandson, .Master Harold Conn) nJ g ll'- jm DC 3E ami daugh Mr. WiUie like Amou. who ha ter, of Danville, are guest of her MtiHn ut Meniphi, Tenn., lunl n parent, Mr. ami Mr. Hooker it"h hi pai itpendlni; teverul day rent. Dr. nnd Mr. J. A. Anion, beMil Helen Hobinsan, Mr. nml fore coiHK" to llscten, Mai., where n Mr. It. K. Henry, of Lexington, he will retume hi. work in the Tech. with Mr. J. C. lient the week-en- Mr. Forest Fitzgerald d Itobimon. f Mr. rtml Mm. I). W, Dunn mid on, I'erryxilte, Mr. and Mr. F.ugene llradshaw nml little daughter, Illunton, of Danville, were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mr. Jesse Dunn. i f1 NEW MEAT MARKET HIGH GRADE GROCERIES Tlnsley, to celebrate the tenth of his birth. The decoration were in red and white nnd the favor were big sticks of candy. The centerpiece for the table was a large cake with ten burning candle und two baskets of red dahlias at each end and other of pepperment candy. decoration Mr. Alex Denny, Mr. and Mr. There were merry game and the Cubell Denny have been recent vi. birthday celebration was quite it haptor in Danville, where they went to py affair, all hnving many good Mr. Mattie Duncan, who i in wishes for happy returns of the day. Hoipitnl und who is the Danville lowly recovering from nervou Land breukdown. Mr. John T. Hicks on lint Satur day sold to (I. C. Wnlker, nnd Joe To I lard 71 acre of land on the Lex ington pike, known ax n part of thej Curt Robinson place, nnd (I. ( , Walker sold to Joe Tollurd u ono-- t ' i interest in the Curt iiubi. oust- - und tttclvo ace.. The pr said ta average around $275.0 ' er ncri for the entire Kd m mpravementt. rerery. llo-to- M-- Sale. Vou'll Find It flt STORMES Established 1853 DRUG STORE Phone !iU"Lnncasterf Ky. , ' FIRST THOUGHT IN DRUGS. Fresh Meats THE Fine Tobacco. EAT. The fines'! tobacco we have seen this season i the stnlk of llurle brought to the office ofthe Daily Messenger Saturday by Mr. C. C. Harnett, who has about 4,000 pounds just like it on the farm of Mr. Mock Hetidren, four mile from Danville on the Terryville pike, The tobacco is on display In one of our show win-doand is attracting n great denl w BEST OF EVERYTHING TO 'C Sanitarv) GrocrvJ and Wcat Vlarlet SCOTT & RUBLE, Props. of attention. Danville Messenger, Phone 206. Public Square. Lint to B Rsmsmbsrtd. Hgbt that a man should It I alnu be able tu rentier u hummi fur the faith that I tu him. Sydney Smith. DE 3E or: The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, Sept 22, 92 1 1 Farmers May Get Fool- American Legion News ed By Loafer Hens Representation In the American In Flock. Cu'.mg It the one sure mcam of picking out the lonfrr hen In spite of the fnct thnt the owner sometimes think the wrong bird have been reJoyce moved, according to Mi XOi theapneii Sylcr, Home Demonstration Agent, IW when who I planning to hold n number of Service Comparis demonstration to show farmers and are wade" their wive of this section how to g te1! the hen from the fact was heavy laying one. This demonstrated In one of the culling demonstration held last year on the flock of Senator It. M. Kroman, of Ghent A specialist from the poultry department of the College of Agrlcul-tur- c culled 31 hens out of n flock of GO Barred Plymouth Hock owned by Senator Froman and placed them When by themselves. In n pen Senator Froman returned home he questioned the correctness of the seWe Recharge and Repair. lection which had been made and declarded that In his estimation the till makes of wrong hens had been placed in the pen for culls. He sold the selected loafer. one week Inter, however, upon discovering that during the seven end days the 20 hens had laid as many eggs as the 00 had laid the proceeding seven days while the 31 hen had lived up to their titles of loafers and not laid an egg. "These results are typical of those wlucli may be found on many Gar-rar- d M. S. The loafer Is county fnrms. of eggs but not on a HATFIELD s..e is also able to fool the farmer into thinking that she is laying. "It DENTIST will be the object of the demonstraOffice over The Garrard Bank. tion which will be held to show the Rtildinc, 376. farmers how to pick out these loaf Phone, Office 5. KENTUCKY. LANCASTER. ers. We intend 1 1 iiow the differ- nces and then distribute literature which will make it possible for the farmers and their wives to go home and pick out the hens which have Exclusive. stopped laying to loaf until spring." discommission to the International armament congress November 11 by at least one sol tier of the world war was asked of President Harding recently by the American Legion' nalegislatives committee at tional Washincton. "There Is a group in the nation that knows a much about war and has as vital an Interest in the problem of war and peace as the men of the country," the Legion declared. The committee also urgd Secretary Hoover to give the Leg-orepreseMation on behalf of service men In the unemployment conference soon to be held. Sh. non-lnyin- mm During the celebrntlon of "Buddy Week" in Baltimore recently, a relay of 24 American Legion runner carried the "buddy proclamation" from President Harding at Washington to the mnyor of Baltimore. Service men from several eastern and southern states attended the meeting. Use of New York state's many armories as places of shelter for jobless soldiers Is being considered by William F. Dcc?an, American Legion representative on New York City' The committee on unemployment. League recently Overseas Women offered services of it members is put the armories in condition for the men's occupancy. Fully 50,000 men nie among the city' army of unemployed, according to Mr. Deepen. Thirty-thre- e bands already have registered for the $1,750 prize mui-ccontest during the national convention of the American Legion at Kansas City thb fall. In the list are band, from New York, Manchucta, Ohio, Michigan, Texas. Oklahoma, Indiann, Oregon, Kansas and Mi' souri. at A pipe won't burn your tongue if you smoke R A.! ninc-parly-b- cc V'' uttcrics CONN CONN MS, Mr rii Urn. Aentfs.me 00mnd m4 tmtl tim hmmUt wfeftoffce 4lrl fmt U trytlml f &u AmmlJmr with eeenf motiltnr . 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J, J, Byrne Optometrist ; i COMMISSIONER'S cam- -' Men who accepted officers missions for the world war only and who weie woum'ed or disabled should be retired with pension the same as , , )r CorHf kt mi K. J. KnH TelMcce c. M.C. Fringe Albert the national joy tmok DANVILLE, 1 KENTUCKY. Opposite Gilcher Hotel. Office Hour, 8 to 12 end 1 to S p.m. J. A.Beazlev FUNERAL DIRECTOR Office Over National Hank. Residence t'hone 3. Office l'hone 27 LANCASTER, KY. Dr. Printus Walker ' VETERINARIAN. Call, Answered Promptly Hay Nisht. Phone 317. LANCASTER. KENTUCKY Farm on Boones Creek 5 miles from Lancaster, containing 33 1 acres. Good house, barn and orchard. All in grass. Terms liberal. Clarence Beazley, Lancaster, Ky. (tf.) FOR SALE Attention Hunters Positively no fox hunting or hunt- of any character or trespassing on our farms. Any violators will be prosecuted. W. S. Embry, V. A. Price, T. J. Price, Ed and N. B. Price, Fisher Herring, Crit Meadows, Ansel Mea dows, John Collier, J. S. Schooler, Joe Crlscillis, J. M. Criscillls, Robert Spcake, George Conn, Jim Conn, Henry Arnold, Marion Johnson, W. E. Whltaker, Tom Conn, J. M Meadow, W. T. King, John Hlch, Sam Rich, J. C. Conn and J. F, Adams, I!. I. .Arnold, Mr Victoria Anderson, G. T. Dullard, Sr. (Other names will be added upon the payment of 25 cents.) (tf.) nu, Southern Optical Company tacerpf.t.d Spectacle and Eye Classes Kryptok fens) ((ntfabU bilocal Artificial Eyes FOURTH end CHESTNUT, Louisville, Ky. are officers of the regular army, LAND the American Legion's national leg- -' SALE OF islntive committee declared recently' such that the war price of Kentucky! leaves n number of sisters and brothThe n praying Secretary of Wnr Weeks! tobacco land do net seem "rid.cJ- - ers, a husband and four children to COURT. GA Kit A III) CIUCIMT j We extend our sym' mourn her loss to extend the privilege of them. ious Plaintiff. T. I). O'Hcarne, Admi. The selective service law and an If tobacco marketing were upon? pathy to these bereaved ones in their VS (Courier Journal) a cf assured profit far the pro-- j sad hours. Defendants. opinion of the army's judge advo-- l John O'Hcarne, et al. a Juiiirment rendered cate general were cited as justifySupporters of the plan to market ducer of every crop of good quality' Pursuant to in the August Term, 1021, the under-signe- d ing the claim. who express tobacco land prices which tobacco st emeil Commissioner will sell at pubthe opinion thBt the adoption of the unreasonably high when they were COMMISSIONER'S to the highest and best lic auction To assist in riding the city of prow-lerplan will steady and advance land paid during the war would seem reabidder at the Court House Door in petty thieves and holdups, the value In the tobacco counties make sonable SALE OF LAND at It A. M. or there American I.egi.w post of Wichita, a reasorable argument. abouts on Reasonable buyers always will buy er "0, 1021, Kas., recently volunteered the MONDAY. SEPTE.MUEIl GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. A tobacco planter's plant, in the and reiwnnble sellers always will the real estate mentioned in the vices of its 500 members. Due to business sense of the term, is n farm hold relative to D. F. Rankin. I'!a nt.ff, farm land at price pleadings and described as follows: numeroi's nttneks on women and and its equipment. His equivalent the returns upon operation which VS In uarrard county ny., on uic the resultant panic in their ranks. of factory operatives can be procur- may be counted upon reasonably. Bert Locker, Wilbert Looker. West side of the Lancaster and Lex Defendant. ington turnpike and on the waters the chief of police and the city mana- - ed year after year. He must find For many years Kentucky tobacco Pursuant to a judgment rendered The ser- his profit his reason for operating lands have sold at much less than of Uoones UrceK anil Dounucu n ioi ger accepted the offer. August Term 1021, the underat the lows: Becinnine at a beech stump, vice men will patrol the streets. his plant in finding a market in they would have been worth had a signed Commissioner will sell at pub-H- e corner to Hensley; thence with said auction to the highest and best produces fair annual profit on good tobacco Inc S. 85 U. E. 22.70 Henslev's Mor than three years after he had which he can sell what he Iddder at the Court House Door in chains to a stake and fence post just been for more than the cost of production. been aMured. nt Chateau Thierry, or Lancaster. Ky , at 11 o'clock below and one pole from two beech If he is withut a fair chance in the thereabouts, on stumps, one stump standing on the Richard Cros, American Legion vet-- j GUNNS CHAPEL of a MONDAY. SEPTEMBER 20, 1021, north side ot said stake ana icnce eran of Des Moines, la., suddenly market hei is in the situation who has a complete nost and one on the South side of Mid was stricken blind recently while sit- manufacturer Miss Allene Hurt has been ill. the real estate mentioned in the stake, n corner to Kd Ilournej thence ting at home playing with his baby. equipment for producing a costly followProf, and Mrs. Adams are boarding pleadings and described as Fork and S. Cs. W. 23.03 with his line On the waters of Scotts article or commodity, but is without with Mr. and Mr. J. D. llol.bitt. (old call a sugar Physicians blame the Gorman' pois-o- n chains to a stake Sugar Creek beginning at a stone on selling hi product upon a tree, corner to Ed Ilourne. thence for his plight and entertain no means if Mr. and Mr. Foist Noel were the West side of a pnssway, corner basts that warrants the operation of line to said Bourne N SO'.s, W. hope for his recovery. with guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Amen to James N. Locker; thence S. SO E. the plant. passing corner between Kd Bourne 10 pole to a walnut tree, thence a Sunday. and Price Ilourne ut 0.18 chains; No mystery surrounds the shootaew line with part sold to James A good deal of tobacco land in the thence on same course with Price ing in Nashville, Tenn., recently of Miss Mary Lee Kurtz spent the Locker and Owen Locker on a white hurley d'strict was bought Ilourne 0.07 chains more, in all on S. 08, E. 22.4 poles to a stake, with Miss Margaret Doty, world war veteran. He h;gh during the war. Sme of it was week-en- d sale course 13.10 chains to a stake Carl IVera, a new corner to the part old to l)r near marked beech and Buckeye, refuted to take a drink. Carrying bought too high, but the demoralized in Richmond. Edwards, thence n new line with said standing on the West side of Cam- - out his American Legion injunction state of the market for tobacco land) Mines Bernlce and Ilesi Teater Edwards S. 2. W. CH't poles to u tins Branch, n corner to said rnce of "law and order," Peters when ac.It... n .l.i..nru1lvnf Hti nf tnlinpn spent last Monday with MU Sadie stake, near wild cherry, as a (winter Bourne: thence S. 31U. W. down costed on the on the branch, and in line with the street lute at night by prices in n market in which the plan- Chandler of Mnilison. side branch and with said Bourne, Stephen Hill, thence said branch to a hospitable bootlegger, politely de- ter has rot n fair chance rather than 8 chains to a noint near the middle Mr. and Mrs. Dock Stmpon, of said Hill's line S. 64. W. 17 7 pok of said branch; thence S. 5b W. 3.15 clined n proffered drnught of white to the effect that land was not Richmond, spent the week-enwith N. 61, W, 24 poles. N. 07, W. 10.3 poles to a North gate, chains to a stake (old call n buckeye whiskey. comer to The h. !. insisted and bought conservatively. Mr. adn Mrs. John and beech touching) and the West when Peters still refused, the former James N. Locker; thence Vaving Kentucky nlanters who bouirht branch, corner to said side of wild Mr. and Mrs. II. M. Kurtz and branch and with said l.rrkir's line W. 51 links drew a pistol and fired. The Bourne, thence S. 12 more land than they could pay for inj sons were among the guest of Mr. N 20. E. 10 poles, N. 32, E side of said n hospital with a bullet cash went to poles to a fence N. 41, E. 15 poles, to an elm on West and who have witnessed their and Mrs, Jesse Hill Sunday. branch, in line to said Bourne and :n his leg and the moonshine merN. 30, E. 24.7 poles to the beginning equity shrink, but with land on their ..Mr. Prentus Walker and daughters containing 20 acres and 274 pole. n corner to John Iicnzley; thence hands that cannot be sold save at a of Lancaster were guests of Mr. anil leaving branch and with line to said chant went to jail. PURPOSE OF SALE, is to satisfy Beaailey. N. 02. W. 31.20 chains to Major General John A. Lejeune, sacrifice are in a dilemma, not so Mr. W. B. Ray Saturday evening the debt of the plaintiff, amounting a stake between three sycamores to $2,000.00 with interest at 0 per much because they paid too much for for supper. standing on the east side of O'lian-non'- s commandant of the United States cent per anum from Jan. 2, 1020 unas because there is too branch, and in line to Mnlcom Marine Corps, will go to Kansas City their land The meeting which has been in til paid. Aldridge and corner to said Bvaxley; this fall to visit the man who safely! little prospect, under the old mar- progress at the M. E. church with TERMS: The property will be sold thence up said branch with said Al- chauffeored him through France keting plan, to get regularly n fair Revs, Robinson the of six months and Insko in charge on a creditwill be required and exedridge N. 02 i, K. 11 chains, N. 33, while purchaser to commanding the price for tobacco. he was closed Sunday night. E. 18.90 chains to n stake on West cute bond with approved Mcurity The adoption of the plan of coopposite the famous Second Division, A. E, F., ac side of said branch Mr and Mrs. Hughey Moberley,' due in six months for the purchase mouth of n drain; thence X. 21, K. cording to word received from him operative marketing would steady Mi.,. hearing nt six jier cent At. AnnlM Vtiv Jtt. price, date untilInteresthaving the force I. fit chains to a stake, corner to W. last week by the American Legion the value of tobacco land und simplify paid, from B. Ray, Mne Moberley and Mr. and sle S. Hensley and in line to said Al upon effect of a judgment Incidentally tho problem of the planters who are Clemmon May were entertained by which execution may Issue, payable dridge; thenco with sain uentiey up n convention committee. General Lejeune also will attend the In difficaltles because their land notes Mr. and Mrs. Harvey cnn.ns to a drain S. 74 Vt, t:. Teater and fam-- : to W. II. Brown, Master Commisstake in said drain, S. 12 4, E. 7.06 Legion's national convention there. arc lare, their interest high and ily Sunday. sioner of the Garrard Circuit Court. beginning, containing He will lie driven through the quiet- ther hope of profits slender. chains to the A lent will be retained upon the 1 acres. Relatives if this vicinity at- property sold until tho purchase 103. city by A factory' without a selling organiPumose of this sale is to nay the er street of the convention tended the funeral of Mr. Marion money is paid. withdebt due Berea College for three his erstwhile battle chauffeur, Victor zation is, so long as it remains W. II. Brown, Muster Commisout a celling organisation, a bad in- Hurt, (nev .Myrtle Simpson) in Lanthousand dollars with Interest from II. Loiige, Kansas City. sioner of Garrard Circuit Court, Dee. 3rd.. 1020 subject to a credit to hold. It Is a poor In- caster Wednesday. Mrs. Simpson vestment J. E. Robinson, Attorney and vestment to convert Into cash unless died Tuesday after a long illness. She Am. Bourne, Auctioneer. The governor of Missouri of one thousand dollars paid Feb. 2nd., 1021, a'nd to pay the cost of Kansas and the mayors of Kansas a buyer is found who will undortake this action and divide the remains of City, Kas., and Mo., joined in a to organize the selling end of the the proceeds between the junt ownformal expression of the honor they business. No individual can organers. feel at the coming visit to Marshal ize tho wiling end of a plant consistTKItMS. W U. DICKERS0N W. 0. RIGNEY The property will be sold on a Foch te those states and cities to ing of land and equipment which credit of six and twelve months and attend the national convention of the the purchaser will be required to exe- American Legion this fall. A mem- produces tobacco. Only by organization of growers can organization cute bonds with approved security duo In six and twelve months for the orial to this effect was presented the of tho selling end be effected. bearing interest French jjenernl'isimo by Charles W, purchase price, ami When it .i asserted that Kentucky at six per cent from date until paid, Barlett, Kansas City, at the recent tobacco land during tho war brought having the force and effect of u Judg- dedication of the Flirey monument "ridiculous . rices" the assertion canment upon which execution may issue, payable to W. H. Brown, Mas- In France. not bo base, upon anything but ac ter Commissioner, of the Garrard ceptation it the old plan of selling Jud Tunklns. Circuit Court and a Iein will be re Office Phone 18. Residence l'hone 3a. served upon the property sold until says a successful or- tobacco at the permanent plan. Jud Tunklns Where set' ug is organized, as for the ourchase money is paid. ator Is a infu who ran attract as bit; W. II. Brown, Master Commis crowd as goes to see a ball ram example in California prune, raisin sioner of tiarruni Circuit Court, and wbo can say something that will and citrus fruits regions, the acre L. L. Walker. Atty. for Plff. get as much applause as a home run. age prices it productive land are Am. Bourne, Auctioneer. Tobacco Co-operati- bi s, j - jwiss-wa- y, d l'j. W. O. RIGNEV & CO. Funeral Directors and Embalmers Lancaster, Kentucky. The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky. Thursday. Sept 22. 92 1 1 1 WHEN THINKING OF A NEW CAR DON'T FORGET THE PROPER GRADING Will Bring Top Tobacco Prices. I FARM LIVE STOCK CAUSES FOfl .1UNTY ANIMALS R.pll.s to Questionnaire Show In ferior Breading and Poor Fd. Ing Are Responsible. Studebaker THE LEADING CAR OF THE DAY. Many Growers Crt Abo Pric By Grading Buyers DIs. Ar Public Sale As administrators of the estate of the late Moses Dorton, we will on, v crimate Against Unfrad.d Leaf. Kentucky farmer can ilo much M ottttiln better prices for their to the b careful attention strip.nj and urndlnK of their crops, tobacco specialists who have made a study of the various markets say. practiced Many growers who have tareful irrudinir have realized as much cents above the as two and one-haseason's average price while conditions In nil tobacco growing sections of the State indicate thnt this practice could be followed profitably by also have Speculator growers. demonstrated the increase profit to be gained by grading, many of them having realized substantial gains by leaf and resellbuying poorly-gradeing It after It had been properly sorted. the Grading will not Improve quality of leaf one has to sell but it will enable the farmer to make the most of what he ha whereas Indlf- -' ferent or no grading nt all reduce the price received on the entire lot. This Is true since buyers are compelled to bill low enough to Insure themselves ngalnsl the risk of buying a low quality or worthies product. In buying any product the purchaslots rather ( er prefers than thoe which are mixed. This it especially true in tobacco, the specialists say. to-'.ilf d well-grade- d CARDWELL & ARNOLO DISTRIBUTORS DANVILLE, KY bv 'he Smthern' exhibit which was the atily one made by an American Itntlway The exposition proved n Kreat uwess, the total attendance New York, -- Prospect nre bright! having been over 100,000, made up for the location of several Important I almost entirely of chemical expert Industries in the South at the result' ami manufacturer Interested in the of thr Southern Itallway System's! development of new induttriei and exhibit of mineral and chemical re-- i toekini; for favorable location. ource of lhr territory it Serves at J Throughout the week thu South the Seventh National Exposition of. crn's booth wn thronged by visitors, Chemical Industrie in New York many of whom were amuted at the which came to a cloe on Saturday,' showing of Southern resources, parSeptember I7th. ticularly a. to the ureal variety of Wide attention was attracted to mineral needed for the new cheml-ca- l the remarkable opportunities for mdutne which are now belnir development In the South' developed In America, J Exhibit By Southern Gets New Industries. l)eHirtnieiit of Aiirtrultiiri In un i to determine tlx' i'iiiim and i'Mii:. mentis of preventlns runls in live . Tim lurg' iiuuiIht of repll nay. Iridlontes department the Interest which stoek brreders fw! In this stilijecl. Some of the qnos tlons nuked In the ipteMlittinuIre urv: "Kpiui your experlenre. whrtt In cNsse.s of live stiM'k do the must rim's npNnr (faith", Ihs, sheen, etc)?" "In what stage of mi animal's devs. npinent does nmtlimss upiHiir chiefly?" "In your csperlein-,- . what are the most stn-'k"hm-iiII"Is t'altnl Him.s n; irt-of AcrlrullMr ) itorw tlmn rpplli's hioe Imsmi , reived from prmtlrnl M'k breed and owners in rt".Hine to n qu-.- fi u tmlre M .tut hi i In- - Pnlled lrprn. ll Saturday, October 1st, 1921 at his late home four miles from Lancaster on the Kemper lane, BEGINNING AT 9:30 O'CLOCK sell to the highest and best bidder the following personalty property: One mare mule, well broken, a good one; One pair mare mules, extra good ones. e wagon; One One lot of farming implements, including turning plows, mowers, rakes, wheat drill, cutting harrow, 2,500 tobacco sticks, fodder sled, a lot of plow gear, etc. Also a lot of household and kitchen furniture. Terms liberal and announced on day of two-horsle. Capital $50,000.00 Surplus $60,000.00 Honor Roll Bank. 4 per cent paid on time Call and tee ut. J Wa ker, President t F C tump, w 0, Kirfnej, Ass't to the 'resident. I, Dsv.dson, Cashier. J I I. Assistant Cashier, s r M ' cr, Assistant Cashier, M rs Sijt. Hamilton, Teller. ' Modarn i P Dozen Cull Hens Pro-- 1 duce Three Eggs In Seven Days. Culling wa Example of Poor Braiding and Inferior Care. ) CITIZENS NATIONAL LANCASTER KY BANK. 'e hens 12 1 k of 50 owned by George the mean of of eggs from White Plymouth Kock Hill, a Mar- - Corner Publlt Npinrr LOYD. and Mr. Wm. Hay visited Mr Mrs. S. N. Sanders Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Preston Snyder visited relatives on Long Uraneh Sunday. Elijah MeMUlMK spent last Thursday with Mr. ad Mrs. Jokn Mrs. Itay. Misses Alice and l.ydM Mae Itay were in Lancaster Saturdny afternoon. Henry Kay traded hi Kord touring car for a cow and calf from W K, WhltUker Several from here attendel the shall county farmer, ucconling to a report he ha just made on a demonnnd Dnntillc Street stration conducted by the College of Agriculture extension division. Thu week before the culling the 00 hens bur.al if the soldier boy, Fled Young produced a total of CI eggs while the week following the 48 hens which I at Itncaiter Sunday. Ulack and were retained as layers produced 43 Mr an.d Mrs. Ollle I eggs while the - cull layed only baWy girl. Edna Karl, visited rela- three Uves on Sugar Creek the past week. Mr. and Mr. Henry Sebastaln are over tho ! receiving congratulation line son born Sept. nth. arrival of a Sebastaln Mr. and Mrs. Marlon n. Covert O'Neal were the ' ami guests of Mr and Mrs. Ilaily Itay Saturday nii;ht and Sunday. KiJney, liver, bladder and uric add ' Mr and Mrs. Fred Snyder and lit troubles are most dangerous be- - j Me daughter, Alice II., Mr. Kobert cause of their insidious attack I Kay anil Mrs. Wm. S. Kay, Mr, Hob- - I Heed the first warning they giv i S.Kay spent that thev necxl nttentinn liv tnVitui I ert Kay and Mr. Wm. Sunday with Mr and Mrs, J D, Kay presenting of methods ninlsl" "Iiiws It piiy to raise rtmts to mnrket sUeT To what ex:etit iuld jour rtnnnrlnl return frm live slmk lie InrrfHsed If ti had no runt" The repllm lhu fur r Iwd li ) that Inferior hreeillng and p"r feed Ing are Jolntl for nearly two (hints of the runts mmmc tire stork, niul Indlrotf that nt least 7 rent of farm live stock N ditnni nj I Mailed data or In the runty clas. he times when mtitlnes iipi'iirs by runty tinnnclnl losses methods of prevention, when It ln not tay to rn s. nnd when It runty ticU are nov being prepare.' by the depart tit for illirltutln n the public. practical J. C. B. Collier and W. A. Dorton What Causes Skin Troubles' the from such troublea by taking S. S. S, lb bld mtdltin lhl drlt ut lb Impurillt moi htlpt put la Ik aaltbr rtd bloJ carautcltt. For SpttUI BookUt or lot I'r The Soldier's Hymnal. e Christians Awake! Pr.sor.ers call When tho Roll I ( Vied lp Yonder I'M Be There. Assembly Art Thou Weary? Inspection When He Cometh. Setting up Here We Suffer Grief and Pain Route march Onward, Chriman Soidier Mess Come. Ye Thankful People. Itevei Come. cnl tol d' troubles are duo solely to disorders ot the blood. Don't let these Impurities torture you. Thousands hare gotten relief Many of fiery, itching akin GET FIGURES ON PUREBREDS Bureau of Census Computing TibutJ. tlon for Stats Not Yt Shown In VICTIMS RESCUED COLD MEDAL S5S wnlm Report. Cr 5.5. Co chirf. Chitt MtdKl Aiifttot, ,Dp'tJJ. AtUntt.Qm, rirftoul 5. it four diuifitl IMPORTANT STAKES Of the Annual Fall Meeting at Tha world's standard rtrnvdy for thsst Clsordars, will ofun ward off thssa di. msm and strancihsn tha body against furthar attacks. Thra slrrs, all druggists. Lash far a aaasa Call mi him) mm Mlal aa lailsislsa at it tax Drainage Would Raise Kentucky Crop Yields. With 573,209 acres of Kentucky farm land reported in the 1920 census n needing drainage, indications are that the crop yields from certain areas of the State could be materially increased provided these were gi- -, en the proper improvement, accord-- 1 ing to farm engineering specialists nt' of Agriculture. The the College Mine census report that of the acre of farm land in the have acre State only 13,975,710 been improved. A special canvas of drainage enterprises in the State also show that there are approximately 308,480 acres of land In operating drainage ctnerprlses. Since drain- age on farms of the State may be cither insldo or outsldo of an organized enterprise the llgurci for both are given to show the status of Improvements on Kentucky farm. More than 19,592 farms in tho Stato reported the need of drainage in the 1920 census. That the yields from the undrain-e- d area of tho State could be increased is shown by results In experiments conducted by various stations, the specialists say. Indiana reports that In one test the average yields an aero were 3.0 bushels of corn and 1,923 pounds of stover on land and S9.5 bushels of corn and 3,289 pounds of stover on drained land. Wheat averaged 4.3 bushel of grain and 343 pound of straw an acre on undrained land and 10 bushel of grain and 800 pounds of straw on an acre of drained land. Hay averaged 3,070 pounds an acre on undrained land and ,310 pounds on the drained. On account of tlie great lnlen-s- t which the I'tilleri State IVpnrtmenl of Agrlcutture finds hns liwn shown In census figure of purebred live stK'k in ten representntlw fsnn state, the bureau of the renH l with plan to romplete the tabulation for tho remaining states. This work of I receiving the hearty tint United Stales Ivpnrtliient of Agrt eclallstM of the culture. I.lve stock department regard such llgures as very valuable a fnrtors In production problems, and lis Indicating develop ment In the Improvement of domestic animal In this eouptry. It I uodertiNKl that the final census ertiilnlng to purebred live figure stock on farm will be avnltable at the same time the general llvo stock figure are furnished. It I thought that time during the comthis will be Itni-de- r ing summer. nnd breeders' associations Interested In Oil work have ulrendy ludlcutfd their npprtcU- tlon of the value of the tlgurf-- tim far It I the first time In the available. history of itny country tliat nccurnte figures on the total number of purebred animal on farms have been compiled. s S.S.S. The Standmd Blood Pmrifkt Fatigue detail Ga, Labor On. Lecture by olHcer Tell Me the Old, Old Story Retreat O Lord. How Happy We Should lie Lcht out Peace, Perfect Peace. Taps Sleep On, Be!oved. Amen, can Le;ton Weekly MONEY TO LOAN on good city property. Pay back on weekly or monthly installments. The Lancaster Building & Loan ASSOCIATION. J. E. ROBINSON. President Incorporated. & Wm. S. HOPPER, Scc't, Tres. MIMIIHIMIIHIIIIHIIHIMIIIIIIIIIIWMMUMIH ing the most of the diversitted ideas that would thus be preWhat is the most crying need sented to them. of the hour in this town a, Think the matter over with need thnt could be supplied by: care, and then write us your cur locnl authorities? opinion of what is most needed We would like to have some in this town. answers to this question for No matter how brilliant publication in the columns of your personal idea may be, it The answers can be of no value to the comour paper. should be brief and to the munity unless you make it pubpoint. lic. y That is what we seek Our local authorities are of of ideas. our best citizenry. They are It is good for us all. eminently practical, and are Spring yours! capable of absorbing and mak ! I pub-'.cit- What's Your Idea? LATONIA (Convenient to Cincinnati) CARE AND FEEOING OF STOCK Vermont Live 6tock Owner Say Cause of Runts Is Due to Neglect During First Year. In contributing hit cxiierlewf s on the cauv; of runty live stock In u recent Inquiry conducted by the United Stuti-department of Agriculture, a Ventiout fanner urge greater care In the early life of doluestlc ntilmal s Sept. 3rd to Oct. 8th and Lalotua Handicap, $5,000 ailded. for upward, one mile and a sixfcntli, .Saturdav, September i. and Autumn Handicap, $5,000 added, for upward, six furlongs, Monday. .September 5 olds Covington Handicap, $5,000 added, for Saturday, and upward, one mile and September 10. six I'ort Thomas Handicap, $5,000 added, furlongs, Saturday, September 17. Latonia Championship Stakes, $I5,0CO added, for Saturday, Sepone mile and tember 17. Twin City Handicap, $5,000 added, for and upward, one mile ami five furlongs, Saturday, September 24. Queen City Handicap, $10,000 added, for one mile, Saturday, October 1. and upLatonia Cup, $7,500 added, for ward, two miles and a quarter, Saturday, October 8. These rich fixtures and i correspondingly liberal policy throughout mark a season of racing, planned in the interests of horsemen and public alike. The Fall Meeting at Latonia has attracted the best horses in training. Any day's program will be worth traveling miles to see. tlirce-sixtccutlthrce-iiiartcrs, can be eilucatiMl tu the proper care and feinllug of stock." he declare, "the runt will be practically why wiped out. The reason, there are not so many runt In pure bred herds n In other Is because the man who rates what kind of stock he keep cures enough to care for them better," lie concludes that one of the principal factors In the mue of runty live tock I the man who tin the care of them the first year. "When Money Makes Money Nearly every self made man in the United States started in life at the bottom of the ladder by BEGINNING TO SAVE MONEY WHEN YOUNG. Year after year he added to his savings. In time his opportunity came, and HE HAD THE NECESSARY MONEY WITH WHICH TO SWING IT, he had SAVED HIS SURPLUS. SWINE SAVING PROPENSITIES In Animals Pick Up Scattered Grain Fields and Use of the Dairy. be-cau- se KENTUCKY JOCKEY CLUB SNCOttrOttATBD LATONIA, KY, COURSE A Ivog will glenn In the grain uVldi for the scattered wheat, rye, barley, iMts, com, etc., and also uses the byproduct of thu dairy, skim milk, but termllk, and house slop, and make them Into pork. Also the fallen fruit la the orchard I contertcd by their Into good pork for thu butcher. Abe other thrift I shown through various other natural sating propensities oi Use bog. THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. S. C. DENNY, Cmhier. Capital $50,000. Surplus $50,000. Honor Roll Dank The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. JhursdaySept 22, 92 1 1 . WOLF TRAIL TONY'S RETURN By KITTY PARSONS. ISBSBSBSHlHaBBBBSSr T ASBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBJ Rev. O. H. Callis Revival At Methodist Church On Sunday, October 1st. Protracted Services will begin Rev. 0. H. Callis is n forceful spunk ur and a noted evangelist, and comes with some ncipiaiutaucu here, as he held a most successful revival at Stanford last year. Mr. Grenfull, who is in charge of the singing will be received by the people here as he has been elsewhere. The members of other churches and the entire community are cordially invited to attend these services. at the Methodist Church. Hard Times ARE NOT COMING IT IS JUST I THE SOFT GOING. ONES lit. IWI, Witrn Ntnripr t'nluii I In Lancaster Wednesday. (ieorge .lnlee wrt proposing to Mis Mnude Davit entertoiniil n' Joan f.ir (tie fourteenth time when KoirteiiN,. mine nut oil tin purrh mul number of friend. Sunday. llilrihlin.il Ii.t to a mini the hail lined I Mrs. Homer Kay spetn .Sunday eer Mini he WU4 nineteen If II afternoon with Mr. I'oweM. ,. nii loli h,.r ho whole jMh, Mrs. McCulley Is in Lex"mm iil nr at the senior prom, hut COME TO SEE US FOK tin-were lioili so frightfully joting ington viittni; relatives. llait tlit'V hnil decided to unit ii whole I'ertiliser for tour wheat land. Parlor Suit mouth heconilm; ilellnltely u Hudson A Farnau, Dcd Room Suit gaged, Thru, If Toil) Mill felt the Dining Room Suit Ml! Jevle II. Itay win a dinner same- - which In- - Mt -- tlie he would Period Goods he would write ut oniv and tell her euest Sunday uf Mle Ilemire nnd so. Dresser llefore Ihii iiHintli up J.nn IIihi Tealer. hiul liwn fonvl to so abroad with Beds Mr .and Mrs Klijah McMillian and her parent, hut liuil made Aunt Dining Tablet Mar.n promise o forward hII mnll. ' on. were dinenr cuests Sunday of Librnry Tnble There had been plenty of letter from Mr. nnd Mrs. Wllbert Dailey. Center Tnbles Mr. and Mr. Walter Casey and( llnrrloii lHtle ull Hint miserable Dining Chairs summer,, hut not ime Niiiirif line from daughter, were weekend visitors ofj Bed Room Chairs Tuny, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Moberley. Reception Chairs "Ho ,iit foiiiHl hi didn't rnrv Mr and Mrs. Dewey Price nnd two Children's Rockers eiiHV Jomi told herself bnttely mid ln tried wry bunl la put him out handsome son were i;ueU .Siitulnv Kitchen Cabinets of her tiilml. Tin follow ne jear lirr of Mr. und Mrs. Harmon Davis. Stoves rt flnT mul father were killed In mi Miss I. Ida Mae Itay returned to, Ranges iWi'Mffll and he hud married llurrt-o- her home Wednesday ufter a plea-- . Heaters Dsvles, who 1111 to ho (he antvii t with Mrs. Klijah McMillian All Kinds of Rugs only possible solution of her trouble Trunks And Hags Hut Harrison hnd not made tor Imp-rThe many friends of Mr. Clarence Edison nnd Columbia Phonographs Mitel, unit although McCulley are glad to know that he he hnd Comforts and Blankets Mitnchly hy her gun thrii(;h ull tier has recovered from his recent illnes. t married lift. when In died tlie jenr Mr. and Mrs. Marse Wheeler and Inter lie nuld not honoMly iiHiiirn him. She hnd neier forgotten Tuny daughter have been recnt visitor of When he hnd hern wounded III France Mr. and Mr. I'. Daily and Mis llert lie Iih'I hatnelely bought eery Dailey. paper she rould llml that might have Ky. Mr. and Mr. Hugh Moberley und Main oino possible news of htm, nnd he charming little daughter were guests IimiI prnjed for him every night. Tor three ymr Joan hnd worked at Saturdny and Sunday of Mr. and refi.ntrurtloti work In France, uud Mm. Hnrve Tenter now on her nriiviil hoine, her "Id Mr. adn Mrs. Ceorge Fain and friend, llcorge Allnlie. hnil ugalli he daughter ,of Jessamine, Miss Kate Aiue Wearren was the McCREARY spent from sun hi proposal, whli-- had itattid Tue.lay night until Monday guet of Mie Lucille and Irene with llHineillately nfler her huhnritr Mrs I'at SuttM i iproving. Crow Sunday ilenth .nd then Tony hnd midden- ' Mr. nnd Mrs. Andrew Stotta. Mrs. Hoyd Ray. who Ivasb een Mr. and Mrs. John Dailey enter ly stopped upon tlie nvue of ncllmi. lUIUrdi Obelisk Flour ill it improviw: slwly. Il diirk out Ihere mi the orrh tained Friday Mr. anil .Mrs. Kobert tstltf tctian. Try tack today. fi Crow-wernlillinely tineon-clounnd the tnnn wn Sowers. Mi Jessie and Mnudie Mte Lucille and Irene Hudson 4 Tsmau. of the fnet Hint he hnd ever Sower, Itev Itobinson and Itev. Momliy. in NlflfcwUtviUi een her hefore. Mm Irene Kelley, of Ijncniter. Mrs. Ray I'MtHer Pesit the day .Mny I Imve IhN dnnee. .Mrn. Mi Mora Mae Price, of near Saturdny with Mr Htnt the da Sunday with Miu RUI Walker. KnvleH?" he nked her. KdMt Ray. "If you don't titlitd Mitjlnc outnlde; Danville, spent several days with spent the Miss Jaunlta Snns at (iunn Chapel and attendI'm ' hot Hint I ihiu't wiint to co InSunday with Mis Frnneia Regie MUs Mnrjarte Wetrran )ent the ed the revival meeting at that place. day side " l.uotle Then, nuddenly. wtien the other Mis Kthel Hendrick irwnt the day mghtS ntanlay with enter-tuine- d Mr. and Mrs. Hunter Davis and Irene fSniw hnd left them, he turned to her: at dlnetir Sunday Mr. and Sunday with Ms Crare and l.ettle " j ou know I hellere I've met Mrs. Robert Adams, Mr. and Mrs. Lang. The MeCrisary t"i was very j on hefore." F.i Mr and Mr Luther Smith spent much dUappeinted Saturday after Jon n tnuk'hiit lightly "I'm prole Allen Teater and Mr. and Mrs. the day Sunday w:th Mr and Mrs.1 noon when no team appeared to play iihly n type," ."he til It, hert Teater were guetj in the John Doolie them lulrkty. 'Tell me tlie iory of your life, plen'i I ndore rotiinnet V Tony Ituoloil In the dnrknro. "I'm nfrald I haven't hnd much of that ort of thlnK since my rollcse days nt lenM "Cnn't I help you, Jon I'd do nny thine In the world I could." "How did you know me?" lie nikeil Mrs. Abe llurton ipent the weekIn Madison Mr. Klmcr Ray spent the Inst week-enIn Mmlison. Mr. nnd Mrs. V. T. Muberley wns end DEPENDABLE Furniture Jhiah ) i t ' I Iriii k Picket Pur'are Co Street. Danellle, ser-iul- y J wi - l. Mis ; ' In Buy Where Your Dollar Has The Most Power. We have anything you want and ;tne price is right. I ' "Well, when n tnnn carrle a girl' picture In hi poekrt for ten jeirs h enn cenernlly reciriilre her when he nieeti her on the street." "Oh. you haven't done that I mean ) you mmn't; wliy hnre you cot It' iuri'rte. PUBLIC SALE OF ti therer hnve." "Iterniue I love you I always J "C)h, Tony, you rnn't' You never wrote nnd I waited nnd waited nnd waited!" Bring aUs Your 2 Produce. Thos. S. Pieratt "Everything in aCountry-Store- ' ' Buckeye, - - Kentucky. QUAKER HERBS GUARANTEED NOT TO SOUR. Quaker Herbs No. 1, No. 2, No. ',1 in each package, y months trentment. Mix No. first in one quart of cold water, let stand 24 hours, strain herbs oir and throw away, take a wine glass full three times a day, and also take Quaker Pills. If you have rheumatism or kidney trouble, loss of llesh, bad appetite, can't sleep, nervous, fuel weak and tired, or female trouble, sluggish liver, this is one of the greatest tonics today on earth. We have sold 1,200 packages in Russell I'oun-- . 1 . I ty in the last three months. These Herbs are for sale in all country .stores at $1.01 for three months treatment. Keep this ticket at home for reference. Send to R. J. Cassldy, Humble, Ky., $1.10, we will send you two boxes of Quaker Herbs, ix months treatment. If you will send $1.60 we will send you a box of Quaker Pills with the Herbs, Go pills to the box. These pills are for the kidneys and act as a tonic. It puts new blood in the veins and healthy llesh and fat on the body, It makes you feel like a mocking bird. It takes away the heavy strain of your mind and you sleep like a baby. And at all times it gives you an opportunity to have good action with the bowels and does away with pills. This is the remedy our used in olden times. This remedy will be mailed from Humble, Ky., right to your door. Send nil orders to DR. R. J. CASSIDY, Humble, Ky. There are more than 1,500 house keepers using Quaker Herbs in Russell County. fore-fathers ' I I Jonn, pleaie " I've heen looking everyone Ii leav- - ' MTery where for you In;." (ieorce'n voter hroke In upon any ponlMe explanntlnn and Joan prnng to her feet. "Oood by. .Mr. llolter." ahe nald to Tony. Joan panned h nleeplei night nnd left on the enrlleit train the follow. My Trldny noon ilie had Ins day. about inmle up her mtnd to stve (enrce the aniwer he wanttd when he mine tlinl nleht. She wn rlennliie out nouie old ' In pliotoxrnph lin the doorbell raliif enrller than alio had ex I peeled. As khe atarted to tacape, aha almost rnn Into Tony ItoiMtr, "Jonn." he leenn, blocking the exit with both nriua. "I know you doit't wnut to neo me, but I had to brine you Hoineihltiir. I really did write you, relumed to me unopened ami It w I thought you did It, of course." llllndly Jonn took the Imttered old envmope from tils liatou. It wnn She underdated ten enr hefore hml been Aunt Mnrla'a stood now--- It work; nlie hml iiIwhn wnntii her to marry Harrison, mul hnd illscoiirngeil nny xv.lble frlendhlp with Tony Slowly, she nnd thy biduteil words; "Darling I cure for you more than an) one else In Hie world. I've thought I loved other girl hut I know I love you vnpeflully now that I've been awuy from )ou for a whole month, und ii in nearly derd with tonellnes. I'leiie write me I'll he wntchlng for your letter every day. I'm going to love you always I'm not half good enough for you, but no one could love you any more. Always yours, TO.VY " Jonti let the letter fall to the floor and hurled her fan. In her hands. "I lore you." whispered Joun, as she ntled her cheek agslinr the lapel of his coat. A few moments later there was a loud peal at I bo bell. "Muryl tMaryl" culled Jiwu. In alarm. "Tall Mr. Aliulee I've been suddenly called away and will writ him tonight." At last, sht had everything In Um world Uutt aim wanted. "Oli. Jonn darllns mltnke somewhere, lt' all been Stock, Crop, Etc. As ndministnitor of II. G Gover, dect'H3t!(i, I will soil at public auction at bis Into HsMut', the Joint tsft Smith place, on the Stanford and I.auc; ster pike, three miles from Stanford, on "Oracloui. Joant ' Saturday. Oct 1st. ncKiunitiK at 10 A. M. sharp. thefolIowiiiK personalty: horee mul.; pair of awed Five mare mules; two mule colts; pair horse mules; sorrel mare; brown mare; bay horse; line family mare; two horse hr dk -- urey stallion, harness stock; black horse mule. bay mare: two larjje steers; two Jersey stuens; 8 nice .'l yearling steers; i dry cows; fine black bull; two cows with yearling heifers; young calves; two Jersey cows; seven cows, giving milk, but not fresh; 10 nice thoroughbred ewes; ii bucks, thorough bred; .'10 nice hogs, ranging from 10 to 110 pounds. Farming Implements of every description, including: Cultipackcrs, plows; John Deore riding plows; binder; corn drills; disc plows; three Superior drill; corn cutter; surrey; buggy; harness; plow; double disc harrow; two post diggers; wire stretchers; manure spreaders; metal corJrTb, capacity; stave silo, ready to be put up; hay rake; mowing machine; hemp e wagon; hay machine; three large stacks of timothy hay ; anvil; one fiame, and many other things to farm with too numerous to mention. Between 200 and .'100 barrels of growing crop o f corn. Household and kitchen furniture, including almost everything found in a well kept home. Terms easy and will be made known on day of sale. d This is a dead man's sale and evury thing will be sold without reserve, Kverybody invited to uttemj. or limit. mules; blind mub' ; lOO-lmr-r- two-hors- by-bi- W. B. GOVER, Administrator B. G. GOVER ESTATE.