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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): October 6, 1921 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1921 cen1921100601_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): October 6, 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. Tinnrr second yeap LANCASTER. KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON. OCTOBER 6. 1921. NUMBER 17. POPULAR YOUNG' LINCOLN COUNTY GREAT REVIVAL GARRARD'S GOAL NATION TO PRAY IMPORTANT PROJECTS ATTORNEYS ARMISTICE DAY In The Burley Pool Continues At Methodist Will Be Readied In A Mere. M.irr Tlin Richly Per Cent Plgdxrd President Issues ProclaFew Weeks. Church. To Ho Taken Up By Open Offices romp new firm nf .ittn'ney To Tulmrcn MnrkMlns) Aitocl.i. NliAKLY A MILLION YESTERDAY mation Callimr For nhamhur Of f Robert II. TomHnoan of this it MtihiMMM j A Commerce. a meeting f :tu dlrectsiri of tt,e Chamber af ("nmmiw heM Monday, O.-l- . IN. the fo.lowia Mem wefY siibm'tted for r nsideraUon and the ixeetit vw went on record for Uii adoption nf unit) To in mil Highway "tew for the benefit of the trnvil'n pubM', two o In- - nstnlled nl tin- - "I " In the rwiil n.Ii. atnK the rour' to CfcilUinoora, mid all inlrHtH4i.itf p :nt. iwl the Orchard. other roSd 'ending to Atlanta and Florida Klioxville. Uh considered It point he Lexington tu place a rj!M i. street directing I.extnfton Irawler to tin- - 'eft n many unfuwllmr with travel t the road ate tempte hem tin traight inio tit Curt. street abruidly terminate f tM orgnnrwi- It i al the Ha to imbttely anawunee that nil ion .firitinuito iwllltiif. rttliviiMiHi;. notlci- tmir and othvr mfn of mlaint won j t and RabiTt II. liny, "f Wlnebiter. thi joined the rank of the local . Mr. It. TomlitM-i- is lr lion Anil Warners To WMI f Sift Up P.emalnd. at hrcH rarh n i pvwinff in omlP. Lmh' Evvry the lut H. Tom'lns. dean af l.Usesdn imuwli, the tice. of fourte.m and thirty.i'. ln ' . . Uiiwhirh m thtntil Come youn pople and let' mnho m".!l." fotttnr intitu(ion for Pf0",'"'n cltt- - Rrenfell ha. jiriiH.-miof th,. th,n mi'ctinir Thtirwiny anil nftnr l..'iir , up hi t Uvvlvi oVIoc. Uir Alumni Srlwliir fmm " mimite.-f- rom RrowT. whirh wm addri'Miil liy Can-f- ..ver ha... 191 t. Mr. liny twk pn of itmniwii J. Ciimplti'll Cantrtll. Tin1 the (lpid and 1ll Tire both uint, hav! "for a rTrd a tM o llent ,rax'r "f lit WruI couri"' ut Yali and rom. I manly ' irdrtin ih t'JIO cL r V think ab-- ul or th""k l" lh- - (''iv,,r at M (ino.oou ionnd ind tko iiTihIit.k, nml diimir it at thi Hnii rity of til.'l.il ,f rfdH lh, vnuaklt. and VRlorml, Mvw aBli turky. ltni: irniilsiil. il from lk- InU th.T.'for i. total morr than hS pur t each . . .. ., llir. CHt and Mr Orunfoll hnru 'of supplication for Hi DtWne rtwro ., tir inatltutltin lat .'njtf n honorjrt.nl of thx- li20 erp. wm mi' ' held Mreat revival upon eur Imp- at other place' day to oriT and B9 runuanw inimi and for.' Hi at StunfoH Thur In hu a.ldrf L'tmilunli of Hta rliiin.. day p will hi- - , ito V: , ' '' Cantrtll uivi't tlii nn.l lncater can have the ame nteruinrd by than who have Uie TV' nw Ami vvi!' orriipy thi of-- 1 tiny lot' of the ftcti formvtly ocrupo d liy Mr. Toa. toharro irowfr to ,un thf dirlnni- - with thi' work in charre. Iwo f, aoulMvitt tton of inil.'(jcnili nri' of the rrrtWrrn fntlwr on th I..xinCflf1c"'" aUen "?r hUe J??," a! from headirim Service at 7:S0 each evening thi hjiPthi" of the dUtrtct." nirti!iK will not ! rrcorn;d hy mrm-- . mrnrr of thi rmMir ftwrt'. came in Umorntw and will week except .Snturdcr evewintc. army inivy and thnr lfr nf - th ('hmol'i'1- - f CiMWiMorr - Thr Rifonl totvrl.er with owhiri,,i rhi'trin of thi hurtry dintrirt nrr Serxirex for next Sun. toy are ma the local worker hroochoul the! t 0n',of , ., tJii mifrii'ni! in IjhihIit and brine dwniil thi' j Ivantaem of until thi- ldVt haa wi-lvny f!emlxmieii, leifation. ami consulate tn ther yminr irntli-niot- i ration biiniMt' of th low pne jmhl foilow .: At 11:00 o'clock. preacWnB.. -hnd appro?l of thr upvcilwt r' v .'r. k throuichout the world from unrie to ubject "Th,. I'auw That Win.j" il I'Vi-rpnri'nU nn or wih bfifak for for loba.ro. uimi' apriiitd by al .ommitt have irnr, ti tract will be un-'- t be a meet-ina- Armitue Ony when it i the a lilral pntro-mBi- unable to clothi them properly, liuy at .'. :U0 o'clock there k publUhed n n-- ' ennunUon to drtfrrn'm Up nu rit of thi-iue of the hope of the President that th; whole for wwmen only. ubject. "The ami wnil them to school thi'ir laok l thr proptxition Central 1 nation ihi.ll join i t honoring Ameri1O He was Mother and Her D.iwtrhler;" at 0:30 n pre!! tclmeeo pri-- i OITie will b. laautd OUCldcn CI-Mi'wbi'rhip can ca' dea.l of the world war. introduced by Cbairman Hoeki-- and the "ilooftrr Clab;" at 7:30 the tn I'MTy iMiibr lb " CLOSE CALL & prm-M'Til Oi d Lfl.lOtlJ VI'llll. the rxMliI of tobacco on the .inbjert will he "The Great Awaken-inir.- " ri.ui ronwyinc the informnUwi that Victory. ItetrinNin; Mrnday of next IK.buiaew mon or city Thr n.t. ii di.ith of Mr. Hpito judne' tand. taken from a crop nf Boswel' Severely Capt. Cox and hi week tiM' town will be tUx'ided into A. crown bj tnree, profi'Mionol man i n numibwr f the Cnnn al honn- in Dan tllr. rame forty wonder e'.even Mr. Mat tie Skirvin and .Mi-- H l!ne ditri.n and each dittrirt will have 111 ilU'ed RV troled to Kirhmond lat Friday att'bamlr wf Cuman-rci- ' and (ate you a a hH-- to frini- - and , a tally riinuin who will tnke chtince compunled by a larae baml of rooter Hot why not I 4 nicmh.r-;i- f ln thi city etrrday morninjr uh'n and Sarah Hackle;-- 'lattehter of J. I nf a rottiipe prayer meetiiiK in her ,hwoil the Model IHBh School An ineitieatKir d'erloaed the fart th,. d and dietreii; new ffached T. Hnckley. Heni'V." (Ibvtrt.t each day at 'en o'clock. At The counti.". which have niiiil how to play that if at same Foot L that hundred of t.arard County thia cMy. mc hour in Ike liunine. hMe - the irk two their quota in p'' iiO'- - to tin- - aMrs Conn hnd on v Im-ijtel 3d ri'iiuYnti iuurnr) to near by town A. J. BofHeli hr. and! Hall. on the will iinre a imn enr to haer with an ntUirk of i.thaa and j ration. beoMe Uaruln. are Kiiyette. pnootrtiMt fay, ever) .... m r. weetlni, ... ..w... mini tvwnh uwmu i Mnntk'omery, tnkrn Wrnti.e Iwincnter poiaii. no1 her phyaiciatM thoujht he wa in Howrbon. WtHMlford. Ky.. wa desperately injured yostur- - on urnr- t- In the tlrt quarter when V . ... v ... v .in . ...r .M.lll- - ..I atudio or tinifemitHi il phaUHrnphur. uo iatnedinte ikinner. bnt a heart Hath and Carroll, the latter helnir dny about noon near Gilberts Creek Cant. Cox after having brought tho mtiii'h at the church. ball up the field by Forward paes. It wa the i.niintio opinion of atmck broufht th er.l qnicWy. Mr., the first to wh up . per rent nl be I..- -, J station, while walking the I.. m a a community join hands In all the' rountie. the all prevent that Incunter koiihl CiMin i. ...rvived br ber hR.btiad uad it crop. 'ad run and buckinv the line drop- ICnilroad that p'ace. and heart to win the lost to Chrit. work of noIirlUni: rontrarl I back to the yard line and He claim hne a ti'lecraph tta'nn and an up one mll boy, lliteu. Jr.. her to be very deaf and, Montumry hxivinir niunwl Come one and all to each ,ervlre and, Miller, of otftci' town expr H((t Mr. and Mr, tmin . hl. ,ltacw, lht. pieMn 0Vl.r tlu. Kl)al for tM 00 per rent of iu rmp and llourhon come prayini! that (..nl may jrive u . three point Kain ver their out- Notice have been ent to the IMihiville and one brother also ,he trtu. mlthmKh the tear trainM more than "9 per rent, with worker a great revival .uch a will Chamber. of Commerce ut lanvitte, employee claim thnt the whi- -' uejjrhted opponents, illn the ftrotiKhol.H of iatan and tie wn Idown repeik-dly- . and wa' The econd quarter wn fought Winrhe.ter Lrxinrftn. Mt. SterMnc, She wm a craled iwemher of x.eMnit to iun the imtire croft November 15. when' the cam- - build up the "Kingdom of C.ni " Anhland. llowlini; (ir.cn. ;iaiHw, the l'rihyterian cbulch A Klixo- brought almost to n top but nut un- -' hard up and down the gridiron a r lav. M I'uilurn'i. Owiiihoro. Covinittim, lieth Miller, he wo married tn Mr. u.i til it had struck Bev.ell and he wa.j well a the third, when theheavy lad I!eide the ctMJiitie which have Democratic Picnic Frankfo-t- . Cynthinnn lliindenwn,' ( nn about tle year nun. and to The repreentinp Richmond showed sign carried under the Hiijrd. itMd the following l.ou- - , him and the dear b y the heart ff'Kneil th.dr uiioUi it wn stud at. Ickoil and lloiwell was f weakening and the Lancater traln wa On HrlnriBe 99nr4 n.m0veil and placed on a cot anil, Hh:h boy, ruihed the ball over the Mile orvaniiation: Hoard f Trade, the immunit go oitt to tkem in heniiuarter that between fifteen Mn' twenty other cuuntie were very lioUiry their ditri Information nml orrow. Tnunt It wa found' "icnmona goal line (or a touclmown The democratic women uf Garrard' brought to .Lancaster. per cent, mini- - .......... Fuh.-mi- I . u... and the cantatn kicked the fur Club. Ojitnmut Club Kiwnna Club,' i....i .it. A.t ..viintin.'itinM thnr nn. t.t( w nervire wd'l be cnti.lurte.1 n,,r t"1 eventy-'lv- e d that next week work Louuville Automaiiiie Club. Mer-- ; thi afternoon at thne u'elock at the ) ,,.mocrntic picnic f.c womin. men lia.ttv mangled, a rib or two broken, cven point making the tlndl score . nu hi to o in tavor of I H. S. oxer, cnanw .x;anuincturr- - .rmtinn umcaater cemetery, where the in-- i but no annarent ntetnal injuries. hil.lr..n. t th.. :rrnril Toh.-.i-- . I"' o numm-and the V. S Chamber f Cnmmerce tertnent will take plice, the ervice. l"e top. . consisting of oarKtieiu ' now at the Kengarlan HotelWarehoUM' on Sa'.unlay. October! The roming of Aaron Sapiro, of JJnd. Kverv elf ort will be made to ' nnd i being well ared for. He had1 Hobinon. C. Gastineau and Cox at WashiiiKton. I). C that the Cham- - leing condurtetl by Cev. II S. Hud-- J California, to the tate thU month i. furni.h x ber of Commerce of Unrnter. Gar- - mm entertainmei t to the crowd everal hundred loilars in cash on worked fine, their interference wa -. expected to aiil materially in rloing goad and the plays that they pulled rant County, Ky. U now prepureil to in the way of musl . speaking and hi. person, beside a cahier'. draft Changes with all rrvanimtion "' campaign He has four chil- was highly eomplimen'ed by the Richfor 1.000.000. dinner at - o'clock civic, industrial agricultural Hi wife died mond supporters. . . The program ha not et been dren at How land. The stnrehounv- nnl tnck of goihU The line consisting of Knvanaugh. nml commercial expmaion, develop UirlS. completed, but Mr. J. 11. Conn. about two wars ag'J V. Whitte.1 it Nina, which wa of Crutchtield, Al.lridg- -, Moore, Sanment nml improvement. epeeially Chairman, and Mr. W. It. Hurton, ol.l at assignee's rale recent! , was The lio are not to be allowed to ders, through the state of Kentucky. Burnett- -- May and G D. Robinson of the Women's purchased by Kidd .V East of monoMllie the a'heletu- - sM.rt at i worked like a machine and they held The Secretary' office shall be glad I'l'mocratic t amp.iirt Committee or Or. William Hurnett and the..' jrentlemen are now the local school. The young Indies' and Mr. to keep record of any person or per-.o"rruM "I- - ni.m. .uui-- i ami the charge of the 'usine. are organising ba.ket ball team and irard County, together with their Ituniett request . . , of rela-- i iniB having room for rent or liouc in committees of women are busy at tive and friends .it the marriage of practicing daily, and with a much to be advanced. CmtchfiuM which are nvnilnble to pernn seek-inmanifet for foot work nrmnging the detail of the thir daughter, Cassie Mae to Mr. an unusual good game when played lest n the bn such recommendation. he interChairMr. J. A. Hoazley, i picnic. ball. May, on Thursday Albert Del'auw (Jarrar.l County while almixt enoiTlce nUo winhe The man of the Men's Democratic Cam-- i evening, October the sixth at eight cepted and broke up quite a few of enr, can ''1 ' T0ljacco without fnn th to annouace that it wll' be a medium l'Hign Committee with his committees o'clock, Pleasant Grove Church. Lex. the Richmond lads when they tried CtlltintT that al! the fru.t wa nut kill-- , to take the aerial route. Ilratton througn which emplove- - or employ- at are nutim tin u..ttieii in .iv.rv ington Road. eat her. at Center displayed his usual good receive altance. If 'd h) the severe spring mi nt may way possible and it i the plan to About Finished. form and placed the ball to hi men you uro m neni of hep or looking ,h're i'e .t few pa- - paw .m l per-foThe tobacco cr-of the county, make this one of the biggest social of the some portion so they could be n. chance for a work the organization will do immon in affairs that we have vad In Garrard mi unusually good one. i about alt everything posible to cater to your county. Maple Avenue. fumble. was cut, housed, and a a rule i curing county for years in the way of poliThis indeed a go oil game and want. tical organization. In next week's Many of the progreive and ac- the entire team dino.-v- e been some com- There h The secretary'. ntl'ce ha been re- - Loses Dwelling By Fire muoh credwe will give the list of coni- comodating farmers 'iving on the old it for the game th-- y iiuriug me niiinp weainer oi isue j puiiui won quoMixi in acemmiia.e uaiu ior ine; from i : xir Airi, .naiear. wno r..i.le .i... nee nnu rm.e ,. i,...,.,, i i,w, picnic in and the new Danvi e pike .' have Richmond lad. information of the "Uu m.nr Ivllluvi,, llir(.r,.,, th,. low of . , i, "ror;" ;" far volunteered a man and a team for theCapt. Cox ami hi-- - .nen ,nd the armeS fhn ' " merchant ami busini'M men of Lan- - h will journ. to that date. anil coltvnW ,,y ftw on one day, Tuesday, O. tober ISth., to ey to Milleri-burrestored to nrmg ami other omorrow, (Fricnter. .arrani t ountv, .t.formatlon M(1(ay murnln.. Everybody in the county who are assist in surfacing Maple fire caught Lean of axertl The aveniu-fro- thb ...m,r.. - Imt .... r.,.nr fmm tin. day) where they will go up against MtruiiiMttitiiv ill .1. . t ...i :.. .1 in wli.v.t fit.il lt.nl i.nui.i ol lBe ,iemo- the city limit. to the intersec that strong M. .M. It is believed that the nv- - ed so much h.tn.hiiiv befnrn ilUrnv. a a general thing the crop i inf ratings team of that 't'rntic ticket wi.l be invited and tion of the Danville road, with --.i ... .....n, . ....ii.. u... ..... m.. crnge iusines man of today will ,,r,j thlll it wn( nlm, intpti,l0 process..ii.,.. soon begin. 7.1 iirillf, , urged to participate in making it a gravel. This would mean a great I i'twill welcom. the opporturltv to uncertain lo ,nvl. anything. Mr. Malear big success. e denl to the farmer who live West of; Doves information niimt those who) n,.( muunt f llMiraiu-e- . Less town, for b going i:- - Maple avenue apply for credit, that lo.-- . My plentiful iu the Lscape one escapes the hes grade onl, il,"'k '"'Justment made when m- through delinquency may be kept at1 u..,.,mJ hl'"M Meld and local nitiirod are Neighbors linivill.. ..r....t tif .a.u- 'lm',l miniimim and at tin nne time ac- ChUd have been promised -- r this day. Uu, i KKing the number allowed by law counts opelieil by Uiue who deire to ' While the bluegia utfered from , wh-ha the matter almost daily. f- Keitey, who rtside at Mr. K. C. Mr give credit where the . ircumtaiue ' I Meeting drought and other calamities which, iu charge, wishe a' loan a dozen i . in the county came near sadly curtailed our fruit., vegetables,! are justifliiMe. Q Oiling Road. child by drowning lat week. mure that the work may be completetc., which we are accustomed to put! ed in one day. The Richmond pike from tho city d line his three vear old son The teacher of 'iarranl County away against the coming of winter, Disasterous Fire! limits to the residence of Mr. John the open top well on the will have a meeting at the Court our "mountain'' neighbor are more One Killed And Hill beyond Point Leave!! has licet A lire that perhaps would cause House Saturday for the purpot of fortunate. Many wagon are here premises, with the remit that he treated with a coat of tarvla. you to mortage your farm to making thv final n'angcmcnU for every day frm the hill country with toppled in. Fortunately the well Five paying K per cent on borrowed the School Fair whL-- will be held apples, sweet potatoes, Irish potatoes, top, a board eighteen inches viuare, - 'M .InliM Good Meeting. money. Stop! Think, we take till later. There will b on this pro- sorghum and various o her things of had fallen in' the well, and the v'.mr i.t.l responsibility for 'ess than I per rent gram President II. H. Cherry, of which we have not a bountiful sup- youngster iu falling severely iu contact was killed and live jtlu-rRev. Manly is asist(ng in a splenhappiness prevails and where Uowiiig Green, and S'rof. J. W, with and clutched it; Upon this frail Injured, last Sunday uvrning in Dan. did meeting that began at Mt- - Hebply this season. GAINKS' imurance exist. craft he floated until hit mother ville, when their auti. wa struck by ron two week ngo He is being of Frankfurt, and some one You cannot eapect to have food heard his cries am1 summoned help,, a rut of cars lit tne xtvitchs yards of aided by Jt.-v- . J. II. DcGamo, evanFire and wind 'osiea recently from the Department of Education, on presentation of claim, as besides interesting iulilro.e by local wheat by sowinf poor sred. We and he was pulled out none the the Southern Railway, onthe I.eban gelist. There ha been fifteen adfollows, G. A. Ilowlitu'. W. T. Doolln, people. crossing near the depot. Ten ditions and as the t We hope tha' as many from have the belt car of seed wheal worse for hi. advantage save a wet-- ; is conWalter Centres. Tom Poynter, Job the districts will come a posible. shown In this county for several ting The water in the well was1 persons occupied the machine and it tinuing the meeting tvill go through Mnrsee, IVnce Ilros., Wilson Alex, year. Il has been tested by th fifteen feet from the surface and wu miraculous that not more were next Sunday. Jennie Higi-'nSupt. Kentucky Aiirculturat A Eaperimenl eight feet deep, and it took the com. killed. under. Henry Hurt, J. II. Turner, Helen Gill. Secretary. the Men, do not fail to attend The night watchman hud gone Into and Jas. Clark. Sr. Station. W ask that you see this bined efforts of three men to rescue his shanty to warm and a moment Men'. meeting euch morning next wheal before you buy. the youngster. Magazines. week at ten o'clock at some buiines Hudson A Faraau. later the crash occurred. I am prepared to take orders for Ladies, do not fai1 to hear Rev, house. any and all maguzlne and would Rev. Callis and Mr. Grenfcll will Don't forget to attend the ladies' Callis on Sunday afternoon at 3:00 such favors from my prayer meetings each morning next o'clock. Women Stoves polished, Call lluh Glbbt only, subject conduct services on the public square Mrs. Dolly Brown. week. friends. Saturday afternoon ut 3:00 o'clock. at Central Record. "Mother and Her Daughter." frh IwthI bur and is well known to the people nf thi rowmuHity. Hi- - I n graduate of Pepnuw University ntnl of the t'tihirsity of ' a win nf .1. Mr IUy Smith Hy, of Wlnchettitr, and rome to Uincneter after considerable experience in hs father' law oiTice. Hi m n graduate of Yale ftlU and tin Co'Iige of l.nw of of Kentucky, having thr Lniver-Mt- ilrr Of Crop. thr t Eiit-tuck- y. it in Altai al- Cnmly became Thursday about fifty The :acn the orrnnth of Um lnrley counties t iitaot rvi'ty t'vtni'Hr reach or ixrretl it iuita in tin- ilrivo of thr town aMitl by "Tho of th Uirtiy TolMirfi tirwnr' Co ti'ra Club" under t'. o loadrndlip of ! limMMifttion to iH up ta' Mr. (irrttfrll rr mnl'lrig the Hficrntivf llUt rrop to thi' mnrki'UHir pkin nf ine mi attrartifr fra'tiro of the Thr "HoaMiY Clab" i an, IHcoln. aertmliMK tlii unraniaation of the rummnnlty far tn thi flituri'i nf Chairman liwfcw' th iritual uplift of tliate between' llorkrr .in.l .Wrrtnry It. M. meet-Ini- r. awiH-Mitiu- nhrM IVi ha. h-- .k.. .ill pvnw' and Ur- - a lrt ..uul.. rfcir ',ow" tr. Bryunuvlllf hular. Ho-- r if an Paint LaCM Lkk Two-Minu- te De- rr.irhinir Clarrnrd'n c.nl .n the Co- opi'mUve plan of marae'int tobacco. and one AbMt 35 atttomobi e 'r hand red of her beat t'riient and and " rairvnMiid ti a rMlt nenrly a mil' an pound were coHtmtli'J for the Rarley Tobacco AroeintioH which together with con- - i pro-duo- '"ft vry ai.tanc toward TO HALI-.MAS- " votional. ALL FLAGS. I , n ml m lilack-rW- y. "' " MtaatraaMI . Iftr altaaiaul i Hlli-tiil.- - c iilitln rui piiiiuHt R0.90U pMiMit nf mmi 7' " aV41I laaIMa l.7n-.'.no- , - .ri-ate- nr i -- K.-n-- HMn.-tWn- 11 - f - J" BVe.' J" tT' U'nhlai;ton. Sept 30 Tho Ameri- by ProikJent can peopli' were U'nrrcn O. Ilnniinir. in a prertaaia-joiMUtil tmlny, to oiler a .W. two minute prayer at noon Anm-ticI)ny, November II. when th. body of an unknown Anwrleun o dier kilt.i in France will be luW ret in Arllnnuin N'nttonal Cmcter Th preeinmation calls an "all dr v patrkiUc for t. e IJSii 1 ront'nan Hu, D''on i Sl u'' . . -- - a-- t'ir JJ tncl - T Re.-or.- r B d - J. Another "Old - I.- J T Tlr.T.L - ....-w- .. nr H -- In-f- ore 1 fi r. ' i ' "" r ur.r , "' Store Hands. Wnl-lacetn- - Athletic ... - I n - n : g ' -' ''' v r Extending , I store-kcepe- h,t. g i Llti-ltii- ti '"' " ..- ,, car-som- w"lli'' Feeding Fortunate Fairly Plentiful, j Narrow For Uule - " ,,"'. c. eachers g. t Inn Invos-tigate- Hurt. s Ire-lan- d, ntt-res- s, j Th Central Hscurd, Lancaster, Ky. Thuriday, Oct 6 92 1 1 . Three LucparaUM One for m4MnMf,VlMINIA OnebrmriknrrtMiBUllLEY One for aroma.TURKISH Th ftnwt tosWcor perfectly ajed an blended 20forl5 v ' "Ill MFTH AVE. Farm And Home News From Over Kentucky Morgan county farmer are plvinp pedal attention to poultry culling, according to n report of County More than 35 AKcnt K. Ii. Hankin. of them were taucht the method of distinguishing between the layer? and loafer in their flock by attending three demonstrations recently held In the county Fulton county farmer will give more attention to orcharding in an effort to lncreae their farm profit, according to reports comlnir from the county. Ten model home or chard will be planted this fall un der the direction of 0. L. Cunning. ham. county agent, while 1ft farmer will prune ami spray thejr orchard according to recommendation made by the extension diviion of the Col lege of Agriculture. Farmer in the Pnrkvllli' com. munity, Hoyle county, cooperating with County Agent C. I.. Taylor are planning to organize a farmer' club in order to carry out a program of community development. Ten char ter member of the club will start lien of work designed to improve in that sec agricultural condition tlon. The movement to replace crub ire with purebred one is progress- ing rapidly in Oldham county, nc cording to a report of County Agent 0. !1. Nance. A majority of the farmer have agreed to use nothing but purebred sires in nil their breed ing work. Eleven member of the Clay coun ty pig club have received their nni mnl and started to develop them u their club project, according to report of County Agent Thoma Keith. Thoe who have received David pigs include John Johnton. Turner, Lowell Ma.Mey, Mayme Gar land, William Johnon, Elizabeth Crc. Owen Bringmon. Mildred Itrigmon, Myrtle Hrlfimon, Emma J. Hagan and Homer Jackon. Culling wa the mean of remov- ing 11! loafer hens from the flock of Mr. It. H. Elder, Crittenden county, according to n report of County Agent John R. Spe'iccr. Six day e 12 hen had not after the culli . produced an egg. fit a result, e income suhject to many fid and cmharrauina ailment. Whtn these symptom arrrar. N'aiurr i warning us. To throw off the ate pro duct , ine imochi mutt re punned. lon t thus tinjr IIkhL Jutt clean it out. Nature will do the rest. I'ure, rich, red Mood nouruhes I lit Ivdy anJ fights olT diteate. 8. S. S., the standard Ms.l ptiriflcr and it the ideal remedy fur tVin intern truptions. The effect of S. S. S. it to tid the )ticm of the waste rroJucts which are causing the trouble. For over 50 tears nat protx.i to ic of unuiual merit. j. nqnn tadinit S. tday and write fir 56 illuitrated UoUct, UF Mt .Ikxlike liary pledged to buy only of the veteran in his tobacco and book shop. Now he has paid off the 11,000 debt and is making a comfortable living. Ward A. I'ensyl, navy veteran of the war, is hiking from Hammonton, N. J., to Pittsburg, Ta., 400 miles, to get a job thnt I being held fur So) so Blechheoday Bofls and Stn He I drawing a two wheel him. kUa nlur J in cart containing tool and clothing The local American Legion pott sent The hitman mttm it forcvrrtirivincincrf his wife and five children on n train rid of the sVaste product. It i a lifr.wmk ahead of him. He had been out of fthichpnrrn forever. When te pro,luft ttt in the Mood, they fame a lowrrrd vitality. work for months. KmJm Dmtc Wtsk Prttbds TkBM sssnm jw There is only one thing that pr vent the average wife from saving money. She can't save what she doesn't get. If the coming winter proves to be a severe ns ha been predicted tse are In danger of losing our crop of coal baron. They will all become Emm m wa prince. I'ancho Villa say that neither the United Stotes nor the Mexican gov ernment can take that absconding Chicago banker away from him. At any rate, we are inclined to the belief that neither of them will as long a there are any picking for I'ancho. Some mean should be found of putting the unemployed bark to work again before the winter sets in. If there i any work the government wants done it should begin now. The same is true of the states and the municipalities. Every public improvement thus started means work and food and clothing for an increased number rf people this winter. The unemployed are not looking for charity. They whnt work. f(t .. I'cnrmal medical advice, without tharge, may aim le had by sending a cnmr-lctdescription of your cae. Addrru Chief Wrtlica Director. Swift Stxreific IV. 74 1 S. S. S. I jlwratorr, Atlanta, Ga. All kuoJ orug stcrcs sell 5. l. For first :d treatment you must use the drugs at hand there is no time to be lost in sending to the few minutes might mean the loss of drug store a life. Keep n supply of household drugs in your 'home. Come in today and we will gladly help you select essential things that will make your first aid American Legion News A former soldier. Jobless and with a wife and five children to support, had 50 offers of employment when hi cate ebcame known to Knnas Sleeping on the floor City citixen. becnute he had no bed, the service man wa roused early by a ruh of call from the American Legion's employment bureau where he had "kit" first-clas- s. Come to US for it. McRoberts Drug Store FOIt taTBTBaetAAVvVaBVJSSvitaBnssBWsrBal n vx ia n m vi m c E66S and Peaches. POULTRY j Brinjr them to us and iet the highest price in Cash. Also see our one gallon cans of California Yellow A. H. Bast in & Co. t m these pests can rein fent the entire flock in a few days. Sodium flouridc also may be used to control the lice if a pinch is placed on the skin under each wing, on the neck, on the breast, on each thigh and in the fluff below the vent. The bird should be held upside down and the material placed next the skin if it u to accomplish the desired result.. Cleaning the poultry house ana spraying It thoroughly with n five per cent solution of crude oil or stock dip will be helpful in killing the mites that hide in the crevices and cracks. The roosts should be painted with a full strength solution early in the morning o that they will be dry by roostinir time. which retain Campbell street, near Depot Poultry PesU Are Most Serious In Fall Season. At this season of the year nothing retard the development of pullet more eriously and reduce the production of mature hens more rapidly than lice and, mites, according to poultry specialists at the College of Agriculture. The body .ice found on poultry can be readily controlled by rubbing a piece of blue ointment the ize of a navy bean on the skin of the fowl about an inch below the vent the specialists ay. Care should be taken to see thnt the rooster Is not overlooked for the male bird base up on Your Tired Feet WEAR COMFORT I St. SHOES We are mighty well pleased with our new line They mean solid comfort and long wear ta every buyer. Are you missing a good thing by wearing another make of shoe? of shoes for men and women. Remember we carry EVERYTHING that is found in an up to the minute General Merchandise pin" to machinery and also remember tore from we sell for cash only You save the difference. i 1 registered enly the day before. Whether to wear brown derbie or corn-stalshirts a a question pui zling members of the low a delega tlon to the American Legion meet ing n: Kansas City this month. lire agreed that they should wear something distinctive. More than 1,000 lowans will attend Uie. conven .11 tlon. One hundred aliens manning the Shipping Hoard's fleet at Camp Kut Tor Three Canerationw Child ltvMS Using Birth tis. Va., have been discharged and fl'i lib Easier By i their places tilled with unemployed American seamen following repre sentntions of the American Legion of the state. The fleet now consists all. sua of 320 vessels in charge of skeleton STtwtl crews and 300 more ships will br tocilir fa OTMCISOOSa.at.i MtT r,u SMC'ilis iwurciCo.,CtM.-added soon. tut St An aerial express for delegates and visitors to the national conven tion of the American Legion nt Kansas City will be operated by members of the Minneapolis (Minn.) Aero Club. They will use their own planes for the trip. Holding that his opportunity for service was greater in his new capac Ity, Clarence W. Seymour, Hartford, In his resignation a state Conn., senator Immediately after he had been elected commander of the American Legion of Connection. The Legion forbids its otficia! to hold political elective otfice, To assist the few surviving mem bers of the Confederate Veterans' association in Tennessee to attend their annual reunion at Chattanooga, L'O men of Nashville pot of the American Legion devoted a day each to raising n fund to defray their ex penses. Five thousand wireless stations forming a network from coast to coast are receiving nightly bulletins of information concerning the forthcoming national convention of the A sending set American Legion. with a range of 1,500 miles flashes the news from Kansas City at 8:30 o'clock each night and member of the Western Itnilio Company, most FIRST-CLAS- S of them Legion men of army wireless experience, pick up the stories for their local newspapers. From eight to ten cents a dny for meals anil a bed Is the. rate in a hotel just opened in Des Moines, la., by Sheriff V. E. Kobb, who does It men in addifor jobless tion to his other duties. Only cards supplied by the American Legion and trades and labor assembly of the city will admit guests. (at on the battlefield and gas In the hold of an immigrant ship are of different quality, uccording to war veterans of both experiences. The American Legion employment bu reau, New York, on receiving a call OUR? from the immigration authorities of the port for "veteran of combat ser vice" sent 12 overseas to the dorks. They were to don ks masks and ANY fumigate ships, the work to last a month. Declaring they had fared death once the men gave up and started looking for another job. Five hundred men who played their oluT part as movie supers at Mamaroneck, S. V, however, liked k XPECTAfaL 9 'MOTHERS am I 3 -- i urwrs v PHiiBaS. i 1 i 1 pi UUljmIV riMR. van I . a H 4 L' s mmm , E MUM ' f JS WAY 4 im tst ifrrittruv .Thel'l l MilElt i i -, -3tsijra" v"s.; Aw :JZ"T ': Htati. RauJiaa Crtlerui. Elc. ',,. Shop Phone 69. Lexington St. Lancaster, Ky. KINNAIRD BROTHERS DEALERS IN M-- DODGE BROTHERS Motor Vehicles SERVICE STATION AND COMPETENT MECHANICS. Tires, Tubes and Accessories of all kinds. Batteries Repaired and Rebuilt. ESTABLISHMENT IS FITTED TO CARE FOR SERVICE YOUR CAR MAY DEMAND. It. & Becker VILLI, Ballard BetTAHTf KINTUCKT.' Harold Wells, IVcrsbur. Va. blinded while serving his country during the world war, was not receiving enough from the government to keep him. Members of bis American Legion post raised 11,000 in a mas meeting over which the mayor presided. They set him up in business and with their Women's Auxi Prompt any Courteous Treatment to all. Phone 234 Lancaster, Kentucky. Tha Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday Oct 6, 92 1 1 FOOT Ware, of N'lcholaivllle. of" Hums Ml Kll,beth 'ivn-n- n Vlta were eue.t f hr grandmother, Mr? l.urv Preton Xnturday and Sunday. Mr. W. I.. Ur.iw wio underwent n very serious ope n'lon nt the DanRaker unci The Mare Shows Up Faulkner Br HAROLD SINCLAIRE. Heat YowBwfakw, Cottage, or Flat with Hot Water Cellar not neee. sary In any put ! 2 M BALL CENTRE .. VS r- - ville Hospital Frldnv n ornlnir i till Mr. nnil Mm. Spent Sherrnw are fery happy oer tlx nrrivul nf n flm' linliy hoy w'-arrived on the tlSth of September Mr. J tin. Ilnmm, Jr.. or thin plan wa tnken lu Danville Hospital Sat urdny afternoon ami operated on for She I nppviiillritii. iloinif very ilo-in- ir rpelhl. nil !. mrely. Mr. ami Mr. Wilson nml baby, Mr. Manly nml Ms I'erry attended mrvlri here Sum'ny und- were guet of Mr. ami Mrs M. I.. Mont, gomery. Mr. ntnlc Mr, ileniile Srott ami of Nicholas dauch'er M' ville ami Mr anil Mr. Irvin Wake-ma- n ami rhiMrer of lluena Viita - VIRGINIA POLY ' Saturday, October 8, 2:30 p. M. attenileit evice. V"i' Sunday and were entertained home t of Mr and M . lla-lo- n Dean. The series of meeting are In proem here, conducted by Rev. Manlv. tmstor nml Dr. tlof . nf Milippi, I being well attended -- U ....I It .... in I... uiiii mum iuii-ii-ieiii uuiiiiifsv-ed- . Paul Dullard I iloinir mint- - fine Kinging. The meeting will continue tljrough Sunday. Do not mis these te tni-nin- I Cheek Field Danville,! this game. ly. worry over the trouble of It the tlccese of to- day that count. Dont trouble. The Colonels will nave to go some to win It i useles to expect the people to do their Chritmn buying early utile the merchant do their holi day advertising enHy. Smoke a pipe full of wisdom, gentlemen. EXCURSION The Way To Do It. MT. HKBRON Mts l.aura Dui nn i on the sick If you toot your little tooter and lay away your horn, within a week lint. there' not a soul will know that you Mr. J. It. Duncan I able to be out via were born. The man who trie to nfttr everal day illne. jerk hort sudden advertise by Mr K F. Scott oli' to Mr. Cenis the man who'. always kicking le-- j ter a cow nt 3 cent per lb. $3.15 $3.15 cause it never work. Iluhlieil inMr. Kdd Grow sold to Mr. Center dividuality Oct. 9th., 1921 cent per ponud. a teer at f I take the home town paper Mr. Maggie Tiacy of Judson I Special train will leave Lan And read with lot of Joy with her on, Mr. R - Tracy and caster 5:29 A. M., return tag ere. 'llout Ituby Martan' weddin'. attending service And Sam' new bouncln boy, Cob u best for curing tobacco in will leave Fourth St. Station, I read the advertiemcntt, Cincinnati 6:30 P. M. Standard tli barn. We have it. And our good ed' reportce, Iludton V Famau. Time, (7:30 P. M. City Time.) Hut when he Miction A. Zeb Jonel, entertaineil Mil Elva Jeiii r.For further information con That' what appeal to me! .el June. from Saturday until Monday Mie ult Local Ticket Agent CINCINNATI, O., and return L.&N. Sunday, W.al.rn N.o.p.p.r t nun Spur lior"7 You're Jokltu, lr Xvn, I wear pur. beenuo I ride with III, but If luy heel nut Mini luy you'll look iilmiii. lr, you'll . that there's mi rowel In them. Sunn1 way with my whip. It retful like; for the Itnnk band, ntul I'd touch my ml, tit aliitial htm, with the tut In hy. then but a for lilttlm; It It In't no iitilttml mure willing than a e horie, tmr one with moro hutiian or inure attxloti to pteai. If you trvat him rlk'lil. Yen, I uppie It N ii cl ft. thl of lnire, Women? Itet ter than men, I nhutilil nay-th- at I. some men tltnlertaint hiirM-- , but pretty near etery wottliin who likes them ket t know them. That' what 1 Came of a llkeil sbiiitt .Ml Mllllt-etit- . hnre fnuilly. Kentucky born, and what she ilhln't know about home why. tliei tnlkeil hiire lnee he wilt a Imhytitnl her father, Colonel Ktnery, outieil the tlln-.tlli III I.i'llltiill MU Mllllrent wa hroiieht up with the litea that a man who rutiMu't rhle was only half mn.rnllne. And rldlne' more than tli'kltii; on and watlng the rein up and ilmwi or cllcklm; to iif "go fnter.M I gue that ellrk wa whnt llrt put me wle to Knulkner, finely mnile mini he u, line i luthe, thun.h ime what llahy to my tate, ami .Ml lertnliily tuok to him. Ami o mltiT, when I heunl fanlk-tie- r rllcklni; uniler hi hreath to Iteauty, I nahl to myfelf; "You'd be miir.e In pblie ilrlvlni; n butcher' wagon (linn tnklnc .Ml .Mllllceut rliltne." lleatity on the curb her lie wouliln't hae hurt n lly, so pereil ohe wa ami gentle. Arm her month: l.orit, he awei like n butcher! .Ml Mllllrent liml i'n weet on , ntul he on iut, lierore yutine .Mr. I Knulkner ap'areil on the retie. 1 faulkiier liurtlnir couldn't Iteauty nml euttltnr out Mr. Irew without laklllC ome ntep to tnp liltll. I ee I puzzletl a Ion; time over It. .Mr. Ilrew Kettlnc mopler ami tnopler. I went Into town to eee. the clreu one ttlslit anil who sliuiihl I met nt the tent iir hut myoiii rrlemi Jim iinne with hi trick mare. It seemed like 1'rnvlilence. "I can't ell ou Niincy." he. said. Hut fil leinl her to you. What's th out disturbing with the mall house with le present heating arrangement, until ready to uk- - lltlgMaW IgnwaT ita 1 lnir' I IDKAL Arrol rmuw Ksjia-to- Intel-llgelir- without ctlltri. lot mutt hralins umplt amt r.ir IMS. nlnt s ttovt on art U rourat. llwltrt r,w until r Radiator-Boile- r watrrtyittm to Amrrican tsjlttorslnatlloiainironmt. Mmplt. rou.1 itunM. -- mu.1 tcanomktl btttine plant " ' ' -" r i" ' ii f ' 1-- inCll llbAld ATCOia Int room, pulor, of kitchen s"1 SrH at a stovt. It The ArcoUltpltcHlall. ."ys,--- tin ' Tim iit See one now on display in my window. P. B. WILLIAMS, Lancaster) Kentucky. W. 0, RIGNF.Y W. B. DICKERS0N W. 0. RIONEV & CO. Funeral Oirectori and Entbalmert Office Phone 18. ResWehre F'hr.ne 3f ! Lancaster. GUY. Harry I). It ce vuitei' friend Sundn;. Mr. Randolph I'oynter, of Lincoln,! made hi. uual cn" here Sunday afternoon. .Mr. Arnnted llruner, of Jensamine I.ee wn n visitor Sunday of Ml ).born. Annn Mr. Jake Foley nnd Mr. Green Foley were vi.itor Sunday of Hack-le- y .Mr. Kentucky. Itlce, of Richmond. .Mr. and Mrs. Kd linker and daughter, Zada HyrI, Misses Carrie, Maud and Beulah Ynter attended the service Sunday nt (l:lbert Creek. Misse Mollie Ilarnes, Anna Mae nnd Lillian Kidd, Messrs. Gene Scott nnd I.oyd Harne. were Sunday visitor of M!c Lucy and Nolle Turner. and little Mrs. Charlie Tuttle daughter, Effio J., who have been viitinir Mr. nnd Mrs. J. P. Foley, returned to their home In Knox coun- re weet-tetn- relative. Knttie?" I- -i wore he When I tohl him he wouliln't take any money. It was a food as a play, he sahl, uml he hopil Mnry Ilrown, who I teachMl I'd tell him all about It the next itay. I "Can't let you have Iteauty today, ' ing at Hrynntvilte spent the past sir." I tohl .Mr. Faulkner the next ' week-enwith the home folk.. niornlnc "She's a little off her feed, MlLand Mr. John Onborn had for . air. Hut I've nlre little mare here Mr. and Mr. their8unday kiu-sqnlrt as babe ami fit for n lady." "Mr. Drew," say I that tame morn-InItuford Crow-- and on, of Hubble. "If you wa t tHke a little ride Mr. nnd Mr. Wm. Walker were out to Holme' Height about eleven come entertained Sunday at the home of o'clock, msylie It wouldn't Mr. and Mr. May I'rather, of amis." He grinned. "I don't quite follow you. but I'm on. Hicks." he sty. And Mr. and Mr. Albert Phillip, of so I saddled my little mare and rode after Corbin. have returned home out with Miss Mlllleent and Kaulkner, T. ml fell behind, as a groom ought to visitinc her parentr, Mr. nnd Mr. II Ynnti. when his vonuir ladv hat a beau. I felt a good ways behind that day, j Mr. nnd Mr. Mack Turner nnd and when we reached Holmes Height two Interesting children pent Sunthey had dltappeared over the rite. I day with her pnrenU, Mr. and Mr. knew Kaulkner would Jut about have Noah Manee. got up courage to try his spurs by the Mr. Carrie Davidson arrived Sat time tbe trick mare was winded. And sure enough, banlly had I got to the urday afternoon after a visit to her top when I heard Mist Mlllleent daughter, Mrs. Z. T. Rice and Mr. screaming not with fear, but with d y. Mr. and Mr. J I'. Foley and Mi ty Saturday. Malindn Tnylor were viitors in Mr. and Mrs. Milton Ward, Mrs. llerea Saturday. C. R. Henry and children and Mr. Mi !loe Turner, of I.nncater, Tom Ward were visitors Sunday of ha been n recent visitor of Mi.ts Mr. and Mr. V. CI. Clark of the Mollie and Kthel llnrr.e.. Lexignton road. Mr. and Mr. Simon Tankewley Mr .James Yanti and son, Her-chare rejoicing over the nrrivnl of a returned Saturdny from Somerlittle son, Clarence Ilnrdinc set, where they were guests the pnst three weeks of Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Longsworth and Mrs. A. M. Girdler. Mr. and Mr. VV. T. Sutton and Mr. Carrie Davidion were present Sunday at the Baptist meeting at Creek nnd were dinner Gilbert guests of Miss Fannie Sutton, of the Crab Orchard roa l. Yon cannot espect to have good wheat by sowing poor seesl. We have the best car of seesl wbeat sbown in this county for several years. It has been testesl by tbe Kentucky Agirctsltural A Eaperiasent Station. We ask that you see tbU wheat before you buy. Hudson A Famau. Some men never take their wives out to dine in public. But possibly they don't want to suffer from the comparison. laughter. There tat Faulkner, clinging to the mare's neck with both hands, hi feet working tike windmills, and the little mare going round and round nhd round in a lot ts big as a circus ring. Hi M.it talla was flying, and he was swear- Ing and hollering, and preently he he flew over the mare's neck and i To The Burley Tobacco Growers And Ml Who Oo Business Of Any Kind With Them Have you ever had anything to say about the MR. FARMER price you have gotten for your tobacco in the past? You are the only man in the world in that position. What chance on earth have you to MR. TENANT FARMER own a home of your own with tobacco at present or recent j I YOUMt triple-casin- g inter h jiiHt ahead I I'rcparc NOW to live in perfect comlort and wvc j to your fuel by installing the patented CaloriC Piptlas Furnace. The CaloriC is the scientific triumph of the ace for heating buiUlincn uniformly ntul economically by natural circulation of air. It burns los fuel ticcausc, construction, it delivers practically 1(H) per thnitiKli its patented cent of the heat directly into your rooms through one register. A CHILD CALORI-CThe CaloriC it usually installed In oil or new home one day. No interference with present heating. No plumbing or alteration. No pipe to . Over 1 25.000 CaloriC ucr many in every Mate anil in this neighborhood. Made by largest manufacturer o( wartnsiir furnace in world- - old unitrr Guarantee of your tutU action. a Money-bacCome In ami let u how you the patented CaloriC feature that make it impossible for Imitations to equal CaloriC ctkkacy. fn-cick 0f !AlaMtg CAN RATE TM Haselden Bros LiRCiiter, Ky. B tpMd stock still and watched him land In a pool of the stlcklet mud anywhere In the neighborhood. And ' Jut at that minute Mr. Drew come riding along and Mop and pick Hut he Faulkner out of the mire. wouldn't get on the mare's back any Mllllmore. Se Mr. Drew see Ml eent home, and Faulkner and I follows, me leading the mare and hltu w alking. Hut I not li ed Ml Mllltcent and Mr. brewOcaultiff Inwurd m their addlet again like they ued to. That' all, sir, except thl gold watch Mrs. Diew gave me the day they were married. "I uiulertrul. Hick." she said to me. And what d you think be did? If W didn't put her bauds In mine and cry with 1uh pines. Yes, inc. sir. I'm her head coachman now, but when Mis a little older I'm going to take her rMIng und tench her to handle horse. ,Yci see, It come out In the blood, mister. r- Big Turtle en Ascension Island. Ascension Island, n tmill strip "f land In the South Atlantic ocean. miles nortawest of St. Helens, Is resort for sea turtles, which come In thousands to lay their egg In the sand annually between January ami May. In 1014 iimr than one hundred, weighing fruiii rive hundred to eight hundred pounds each, were caught and stored In poods and eventually killed and distributed among the people. The Island hat an area of 'M square miles and a population of iV person. It ts under the control of the lord rommlselonere of (fee admiralty of (lreat Britain aa la fertHed. Ten teres are under cvjitt ration, producing vegetables aa4 frejt fee the garrlM, i May-gel- s price? Don't you make more money when the to. MR. MERCHANT bacco grower It proprou? Don't your deposit row when the farmer I MR. BANKER prosperous? Aren't your fee MR. LAWYER and MR. DOCTOR promptly when the farmer I prosperous? paid more THE BURLEY TOBACCO GROWERS' COOPERATIVE AS- SOCIATION It beinir organized by the farmer to Insure them a living price for their tobacco, in place of dumping it on the market the same eight week every year nnd taking Just what the other fellow may be willing to give V for it. EVERY BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL MAN In the Hurley Diitrict ha .n direct interest in the ucces of thl organization and hundenU of them are giving unseltUhly of their time and paying their own expense to help make It a success. KENTUCKIANS CAN DO WHAT OTHERS CAN DO. The marketing people of other States have made a success. We can do it, too. SIGN YOUR 12I CROP IMMEDIATELY with your county i chairman, or write for Information to Bvrlty Ttbacct Grwtrs Co-OfMra- tivt Asuciatrtn Reooa 4, 4 Jehnt BeiidsM Leaingten. Ky. r A few high grade Buggies on hand. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday Oct 6. 192 Hon is I 1 Come and get yours before they are gone. 4 Old Hickory Wagons at less than factory prices. to buy. Now is the time CONN BEOS. "Live and Let Live Folks." ni iriri Lan-caste- )( The Central Record country, and our pride of cottn try should extend to the com Issues! Weekly. $1.50 Year. munity in which we live. Payable la Adraace. Our individual homes are a J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. part of this town, and our pride R. L .ELKIN. Local Editor and Mgr. of country and town should n Cntercd nt the Post Office in with the Vmes in which bo-gi- Ky., at Second-Cla- n Mai! Matter. Foteian Adv.ni.inc Rrpr. THF. AMFJUCAN PHES3 ASSOCIATION we live. It we make them as near Laacaster, Kj., Oclker 6, 1921 For Political Annouacemeats. Kor Precinct and City Offices. .$5.00 10.00 For County Office For State and District Offices.. 15.00 .10 For Calls, per line .10 For Cards, per line For all publications in tha interest of individuals or expression of individual views, per 10 line .OS Obituaries, per line Rata ...... perfection as our resources will permit, then the town and. the state and the country reflects the warmth and the glory of our firesides. We look at the big cities and marvel at their immensity at their wealth, and their enterprise, and their growth. But do we remombor that before these cities became great they were small, even as we are? Their citizens saw the opportunities that were before them, and were quick to grasp them. Pride in their im Movements impelled them onward and make other and lacking in speed, your imnginn-- I Election Officer Apclearly at fault. Speed is one of their many pointed For Election suits. In fact, they are j long November 8th. , becoming so speedy the men are gasping in amazement and The election commission, composconsternation over the ppssibi-litie- s ed of A. K. Wnlker, chairman, A. is the kind that sells the right of the next fifty years. goods for the right price. Sander, Republican Commissioner, Only a few years ago we and J. Hogan IJall.trd, Democratic Thai's Us. laughed at the "absurd idea" Commissioner, met and named the We believe in doing noof any woman ever being al- - officer to serve In the various prebody. Our Groceries are the in Garrard cojnty, a set nut lowed to vote or hold public dict strictly elect of the market in below. It will be the duty of these every department. j office on a par with men. But persons named to be present at the If you want to make your they are doing ft now, and ft precinct in which tbey are to srre living the very best that efficidoesn't seem to have sent eith- by six o'clock on November 8th., anil which they ency in the buying food direc- er the country or the people to act in the capacity for IS79 Under of the are selected. tion can make it then you will the Kentucky Statute it i n fine of make no mistake in patronizing Now the women are prepar- from I'JR.OO to f ."00 00 for any one us. ing to have congress amend the who fail, without good cause, to constitution in such a mnuncr perform these duties In the varicounties of Kentucky this that they will be given equal ousbeing rigidly enforced. The rights and privileges and be I.eiiiier make this eilitorinl placed on a pnr with man in' comment in it issue .f October 1st every respect and in all things. j Officers of election also conduit In other words, if they are sue- - the recistratlon It should be remembered that Inst ecssful in their present underyear quite a number of registration taking the matter of sex will and election officers failed to report disappear entirely so far as it for duty. They were indicted and relates to rights, privileges and prosecuted. Some of them were lined. responsibilities. The court have found it neceswotild menu the eligiThat sary to enforce the !iiw relating to Judge; Hugh C'jn Demotrattc j MlatpsalfsallassftartlrlQtflB bility of woman to become election officers. Elections mut be Sheriff, W. Wet Republican (.'lerk mayors, governors, congress- hejd and citiiens must serve nl the Prrcinct No, lf, t awion School Is Your Horse men, senators, judges, and even polls. It i a duty which mutt fall House more or less upon v ery man soiiij president of the United States. Ollie Johnson, IX iniorntic Judge; t'nl' Nervous if 'n . ..... . ..w itnlilitv ttiit (illlliwiliilll will ..... ,.. .1,., I). I). Collett, Rrpuolican Judge; r. W '(! ,.. Jack L'dwards. Democratic Sheriff; S. ? do some more laughing at their sUmmon, vh)lH ,t u t0 ,,,.,,,, '& i'f hi birshnr. in the fitting if "presumption, but the laugh-- , .if ngninst n indiet.nent for viol- I Bairl. Republican Clerk. shoes will nuke him iff worse. Kindne.s i the (Hiliry Prrcinct No 17, Carterivillr ator will not be so long, or loud, tion of n statute, Sheriff A. K. Wn'ker, will give I'ete Allen, Deirjcratic Judge; a. we pursue In the sburing'of or heart V. all snimsts. ot Vh"" ''"r" Hen Calico. Republic in Judge; It. (' Because, you know, we have! wriu,n not,,fr to We lepair nil kinds Machinery may lloaln, sons in order that Democrat!" Sheriff ; Jim the most charming, intelligent nol ug) mj,takl. or 0VrMirtt m Smith. Republican and progressive women in the tru. performance of his duty and the A. H. VANHUSS ca ?tt-frofO&?n world, and when they make, Tnnlnc has the largest sale of any' Lancaster. Ky z SQUARE 1 bow-wow- s. law-i- s GROCERY Currey & Gulley. t ? I l . I CL-r- ouoq-.Vo.al- a a J thin.H responsibility for fai'ure to act will medicine in the world. Over Twen- Thoe ty Million bottle. hove been sold in up, and be upon the individual they just simplv speed named are at follows: No other medicine ha' six yean. iim tliiMi- - miml to ln it 13 it's done. Prepare For A An extremely predicted more severe any we have had for many ever approached it at a seller.' Precinct No. I, Boon's Creek. Storistrs Drag Store L. Low son, Democratic Judge. W. W. It. Mos. Republican Judge; Thomps Arnold, Democratic Sheriff; Full Cold One. Burton Stapp .llcpubliran Clerk. Empty Precinct No. 2, Wal.r Work.. cold winter is . . . . l now sold by Storme i Taniac, the celebrated medicine, Drug Store. i tlian:7V "T toess greater ones. DEMOCRATIC - TICKET For Stata Saaator J. E. ROBINSON For Circuit Judge CHARLES A. HAIIDIN Commonwealth's Attorney EMMET V. PURYEAR For Represeatative ROBERT H. TOMLINSON, JR. J. For County Judge C. WILLIAMS For County Attorney GREEN' CLAY WALKER For Circuit Clark JAMES D. WOODS, JR. For Sheriff DAVE SANDERS Deputies, Ashby Arnold, II. D. 'Lee. For County Clark MISS DAVID DOWDEN For Jailer ROSS For Magistrate J. II. CLARK It. L. BARKER REPUBLICAN TICKET For Magistrate NOAH MARSKK. JR. Let Pride Begin At Home. country country all. Wo all take pride in our becatio it is a great the greatest of them But what constitutes this country? The forests, and the fields, and the mountains, and the valleys, and the prairies, and the lakes, and the rivers, and the hamlets, and the villages, and the towns, and the cities, and all of the human and othThey Do Speed. er life that exists therein und If by chancu you imagine thereon. town is a Dart of this that our American women are This As the giant oaks sprung from little, acrons. so have these great cities sprung from what were once little hamlets and villages ofte"n from barren wastes of land. But they did no! spring up of their own accord. The people of the tiny hamlets took pride in their homes, and their surroundings, and worked to make them better and more prosperous. It is this stalwart (iiaiity of thrift and energy that has made them what they are today metropolitan centers of .population and commerce which are known all over the civilized world. And the root of it all was pride. Few things are impossible to a people who have the will to accomplish. Hut without the will to perform no great endings will come from little beginnings. Lot us consider the future of this town but let us begin with pride in Mte home, and the improvennnLs we may make therein. Today we are small, but there is always a tomorrow and tomorrow is ever flowing with now hopes of advancement ami achievement. Our geographical situation is such that we may never become a great city, but it does not prevent the possibility of making of our home town a paradise in which to live. Pride in the home has done it for other towns. It can do it for ours. Why not? years past, they say. If such be the case it would be wise for our home people to make preparation for it in ad- vance, not onlv that our fami- lies may live in comfort, but that live stock and poultry may not suffer. It would be well to go over the barns and poultry houses and close up all cracks and holes where the air could drift through, with the exception of the ventilation space, and that should be covered with canvas. A poultry house lined with tar paper would be vastly warmer and the egg yield would be much more satisfactory. With depressed business conditions prevailing generally it would bo the height of folly to allow an extreme winter to render them worse when a little forethought and energy will provide against such if possibility. Do it before the cold weather comes. We Don't Know. The chief of police of Chiof the cago says one-hapolicemen in that city are booze runners or bootleggers or engaged in some manner in the illicit handling of booze. Conditions may be as loose in other cities but we don't lf know. They may be as bad in the less populated parts of the country but still we don't know. Even the man we meet on the street may have a flask in his pockefc and again wo don't know. But we do know Hous. that in the of 'prohibition Jack Rogers, Dciii Uncle Sam is up against the II. S. Guy, Republican hardest job of his whole career. Ross, Democratic SI i Chance, Republican t It has been the boast of the Praciact Na. 14, proud old gentleman that ho K. U Woods, Dec has never yet met defeat. Harrison Mays, Rep Ho may make good that Tom Allen, Democra boast in the present case, B. Wynn, Republics- but Praciact Na. V Candidly, it will bo a long Center Walter Judge; Woods Tudc time before we ever know. Why is an editor? .Merely to make a living for himself? I'vrhapn that l the ole purpose of some. But r ti When Fatty Arbuckle was nine cases, out of ten he has a definRepublican Judge; ite feeling of responsibility toward Wni Conn. Democratic Sheriff, 0. It. "discovered" for the movies he his community ami wants M paper was cleaning cuspidors in a Carpenter, Republican Clerk. to be as helpful to all the people n saloon. At the time of his ar- hit ability and money return he rePrrcinct No. 3, Gilberts Crock. W. H. Brown, Democratic Judge; rest on a charge of murdering ceive on his investment and for hi" Joe Turner. Ulcpubl.i an Judge; Ed Virginia Bappe he was a film own thought und labor will penult. "oitwinw. Democrat!, sheriff, j w star with more money than he Over in war crushed Austria Raney Republican Chrk. could spend. there are ton women to each Precinct No. 4. Fall Lick. But his money went to his man and the women are pinTom Cotton, Democratic Judge; head, and his head landed ing U. G. Preston. Republican Judge; for husbands. Even mothW. K. Leave!!, Denucratlc Sheriff; him in a murderer's cell. ers are advertising openly in Whether Arbuckle be guilty Will Green 1U public in Clerk. newspapers in the hopes of or innocent, the fact of the rePrecinct No. S, Poor House. making a catch for their Virgil Gastineav. Democratic volting debauch remains, and daughters, including small sizJudge; J. M. Criscilius, Republican the debauch brought on the ed fortunes with the would-b- e Judge; Frank Arno !,. Democratic death of a woman. Sheriff; II M. I.me, Republican If The time may come when a brides as inducements. Clerk. there is a bald headed old man will achiee fortune withPrecinct No. 6, Sugar Crerk bachelor in this community out losing his brains or his deJudge; J. A. Bearley, who is not satisfied with the Luther Raney, Republican Judge; cency, as is too often the case home product wo suggest that Ashby Arnold, Deiri'crntic Sheriff; now. he make a trip to Vienna. AnyJ. E. Scale, Itcpubllfan Clerk. But until th.it time does thing in breeelii'i will command Precinct No, 7 .Marksbury. come public opinion shouldl instant attent.on there -- and ., David Rankin, Democratic compel a decent and law uhid-- l Judge. Job Mar.ee, Republican ing line of conduct, even poyubly a bunch of "dough." Judge, Ernott Goiney, Democratic though the inclination is not' IMIIIIIMI Sheriff, W. A. Dortnn, Republican there. Clerk. Full pockets are not to be No. 8, P.ryanUvillr. Precinct pocketsj Walter Arnold, Democratic Judge; condemned, but full Jim Hutrhinun, Republican Judge; and empty heads are a menace. To G. A. Bowling, Democratic Sherjff; We don't need the combina-- ' Joel .Marsee, Republican Clerk. j tion in this country. Precinct No. !, Burna Vista. Judge; II. C. Ruble. Taniac, that celebrated mciiiune, Judge; makes you eat better, feel better, I. . II. Bruner, Repu'lican Sheriff; .Mark sleep better and work better. Sold Win. Scott, Republic Jennings, Domocarlic Clerk. by Stormes Drug Store. Prrcinct No, 10, Bourne. Jennings, Hamlet Democratic Ice Judge; II. II. Halcomb, Republican The Rebecca Lodge will give nn Judge; John Campbell, Democratic Sue Shelby Mason Ice Cream Supper nt the Carternvllle Sheriff; Ed Grow, Rei.ubllcan Clerk. Uuiii Agent I, O. O. F. Hall Saturday night. Oct. Precinct No. 11, Buckeye, Conn House Lancaster, Ky. 8th. Kveryboly "ardially invited to John Miley Aiii'M', Democratic come. Judge; Clem Murphy, Republican Sheriff; Judge; Cleo Ray, J. II. Sparks, Republican Clerk. Precinct No.' 12, Teatarsville. Democratic Judge; E. II. Ray, Kemp Walker, Repun'cun Judge; T. C. Jenkins, Democratic Sheriff; Kir-b- y Teater, Republican Clerk. Precinct No. 13, bilker School 20 ounce Jar l'uro Preserves 25 eta. Pockets And WhyT.An Editor? Heads. Det-ocro- tlc J-- I MONEY ic Loan On Cream Supper Farms Den-crati- c EXTRA M 1 SPECIAL - enforcement -- mile Judge; 'udjje; Forest iff; rk. D. C. o.. I'uro Apple Butter lb. Mountain Hose Coffee . 15 cU. 20 eta. 25 cts. 1 nt Lick. ratic Judge; lean Judge; Sheriff; A. lerk. Vlaasa. 4 cakes I and G. Soap SANDERS VARIETY CASH STORE New Democratic Republican UcatUi LexlafCoi. Street. The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, Oct 6 1921 The New Store FRUITS, CANOIES, GROCERIES I Mr. Harry Klmot" and rhildrrn, who have hern visiting her mother, Mr. I'atty Anderron, will return to t'ieir himie In Harrod.burg thi week Friend and relative licrt' have) nceived card the birth of a daughter, Harriet Ann, to Mr. I and Mr. - I.. Hnp';in! of Clnrln-- j formerly! natl. Mr. Hopkins wa Mi.m Stella Stone, of thh city. anno-tneinJ. am receiving my heavy goods for winter. UNDERWEAR, HOSIERY, SHOES. Look before buying. Mayor and Mr J. !.. Dunn and family, of llurgin, mntercd over to fiarrard county Sept. i!6 and tpont he day at the homittead of Mr. Recovering iHinn'j parent, who have long lnce pnsed into the Orwit Ileyond. From Illnei About thirty rrlatWe took dinner The in.v friend of Mr Fither Mr Wa'ter Arnold and rhilJren with them and tpent an enjeynble Herrtnr will be lad o know that he spent Iat week with her parent, It. day In a family reunion at the old I rapidlv recovering from a rere m MW h Dunn liomcMead. II I. Hagan and fanillv. Hint of yphoid fever. A C an expreion of aMprerlation Mrs. Alfred llrent, of Lexington. i spending several day with her to the cait who ren 'erd the excel- .Christian Church Notes '. lent piny, "The Hoodoo." the brother, Mr. It. H. Tomllnson. Itev. K II. Ilourlat.d will conduct A ttrlsf Mtr.tloa of 0i Comini snd Club entertunrd in thrtr honSpring Mr. Wm. Thoma ami ton, Mr. or Friday evening at the Club House. a reviva. at the Coinji byThoil Wt Art lottriilid In. Thomas, of Ind'napoHs, have .After mi hour of rmiir refreshments Church in Woodfort' County beginHerbert ning next Sunday. He will he out been visiting Mr. and Mr. J. L. wore rvm. A dramatic organiza- of In his absence town two week". Thomas. tion wn formed u r auxiliary to hlt pulpit will bo title I at the regular Mr. Cabr!! Urrnv ha been a rc-- j Ml Woman' Club Ituth Car-jle- r Sunday morning hout. No evening rent visitor in Lexington, Mr. and Mrt. Geo. Otx announeo th j wn "lifted '"'esldent; Mis terviee will be arrivn! f a little girl on Sept. hlu on account of II il Price, of Danville. wai the Mr IOUi. been christened llernlce Champ, Sersetary and Treat-ure- the Method1t reviva' She b a .nnraster visitor Saturday. Mis Helen Hill. nnor from Next Sunday morning Kv. It. L. HeloUe llHden Cx. the Woman's Club and Mr. Harnett j Hoffman, of ViT.iliet will preneh Mr. Hnrry Tomlinson left Tueodayl Mr. W. H. Duorn, of Wwlrlntr-to- I hompson, liecnuse of hi experience I for Dakota on a bust ties trip. for Mr. Ilourland. Mr. Hoffman i Kantat. wn the week.end i,uea and ability, wn cHown Advisor. the County Y. M. C A. Secretary Mr. Thomn Park, of Danville, f her oitter, Mr. It. 1.. Hnran and The meeting will be held at the Cluh of Woodford County. Mr. Hoffman room Thimday iti in Lancaster ihi bulnei Mon- brother, Haydcn I.eavell. in each l. The genera strong prenche- day. Wfs'k. al public i invited ' hear him anil Mr. Taylor Houie ami little mr, Mr. I). W. Maknn. of Danville, of Crab Orrhard. rne returnttd The marriage of Mi Mary Je.a-min- e the members of the t ngregotion are urged to be pre.vns. In Lancaster iloudsy on boat. home after n vitit ti Mr. and Mrt. Wolf to W!IHm .Ferry Long eJpet-iallI.oyd lleurne and family. rut. took place at in rdence of the Club. Mr. and Mn. Jamei Vantit, who officiating miniiter, tne Itev. M. C Mr. Hnwsm IliseiatintHsmi Km Mim Wolf Is a of the Woman' The Year-HooIn butt; moved here from Stanford, Hurt, in Danville. Its relative from a Ml AlJIe daughter of Dr. and Mr. J. W. i Club, outlining the tudv of tho orlinve taken rsemn at Lowtdi Wolf, of tM city, and wa a mem- ganization, has been distributed to Dunn'i on I.exltiptfln ttrcet. MW Kiitlitirise llaume-of Dane ber of the senior Ha of the member. of the club Kmon, of l'alnt MiM Klimli-tville, has benn vMtin LnnpaMsT high tohesl Inst year. Mr. The tint meeting, October 13th. i. Uck, Vpent lat Frbloy nteht wit Long i a ton of Itobert Long, of a reception, invitatiir.s to which will MI.m Mary and A'. Ilell. The Garrard county, and is a well known be usued to all memlen. The ocMrf. Hnrry Tossshnsen it visiting the Goml Mwpv mvetint;. farmer. Tb bride wore a blue casion i to honor especially the new her parents, Mr. and Mr. Walsh, in traveling suit with hat to match and member, the name, of whom fob Ludlow. MIm Sll(e Thoitipon and mother. her tlower were Ophelia roi-s- . The, low : Iji-xi- e uml Mil U viiting her MIm Ktizabetii Kan d attendant were Mr. and Mr. Mn. E. Mr. John Gill K.nnaird, Mn. G. Doolin !pent Si nday afternoon Ituble. After he wedding the A. Abott, Mr. W. A. Dickerson, Mr.. daughter, Mrs. W. It. Cook ami Mr. with Mr. and Mr. 'tier Wood. cuuple left for a trip. Tr.ey will Cook, itt DanviHe. J. C. Williams, Mr. Will Canon, on thi farm of the bridegroom Mr. Faiaugher, Mr Coleman (Jul-leMm. Jark t'wiv md baby will Mr. West, of lUcJunotid and Mr. Lancaster. N'irholatville cor.; in Mr. Gu Dunn. Mrs. Harry AnOwen, of Missouri, have been guott leavf next wek for l.oulHlle where I exington Herald. derson, Mrs. J. W. ! Inter, Mn. I. G. they will join Dr. Catey, who ha Ro of Mn. Dave Davidson. Mn. Lucv llellew, Mr. a imnitlim a polo instructor at a new A beautiful afternon tea for a Dave Thomas, Mr. H. S. Hntiield, Mn. Mac Hughe. N'ulaml ha flub hou.e there. few friend wa given Saturday by Mi Mi Iva Lee Ituth Carrier, taken mom at Mr. (J. C. Walker, Mr.. J. K, Klniore at her home on Smith, Mi. Mis Mr. T. L. Wall, who ha-- , been Ilemice Champ. on Danville avenue. friendi in Somertet ha return- "Hill Court" in hner of Mr. John Sallie Lou Myers, Miss Mary Davis, Angelo, MIm Ktla Hrown ha returned to ed bore for a few d"y vi4t before Burnide, of Sun Texa. Mis Joyce Syler, Mis Christine Ianca.!iT after a vtlt to Mrs. I). retumlni; to her honm in Portsmouth, Tr.s ramus were decorated with (low- Sanders, Miss Westover Mi Katie er of the utumn dahlia, marigold llarne Dicker-oW. Dunn, In Danville. .M rs Griffith, Miss Uhlt. and cnrlet sage. A drliciou. salad Mildred lieazley, Miss Lucestia Skin-neIn Coving-toMrs. Jame Smith ii The Itev. K. II. Bourland, of rojne wa served during the houn. Mis Ilurdett, Mil Lizzie Ileitis, visiting hrr iter, Mn. Jesse will bejin a erie of pro-tr.- The chnnmng hote wa assisted by Mis Amanda Andenon and Mis. Arnold and Mr. Arnold. tod erviee at Oray SptinK her mother, Mr. Luther Gibbs, Mr. Kich. Sunday, October Harry Hudson, Mr. Itobert Kinnaird Mr. John HaugHman, of Danville, Chritlan Churth Her-ab- l. and Mis Ktridge Those present Saturday 9th. Midway Cor; l.exinuton attended the afternoon tea DR. vrv Mn. James llurnMde, Mr. John given by Mr. J. K. Klniore. Hurnside, Mr. Clav Sutton, Mr. W. Dr. 1.. S. MeMurtry. of Iulille, M. Klliott, Mr. F. II. Marktbury, To Polo Mr. and Mr. Fisher Gaines, ofS who came over to attend the Mimisis- W. Klmori- - Mn Danville, ent M unlay with her Helen Gill. x"ill ko to Ijinras-te- r Mr. J. cal Attaoiation, Mis Martha Gill, Mr. E. L. OwIey, Louisville New Ath-leti- e ter, Mr. Margaret Currcy Robinson. J twilay to viiit friendi, before W. II. Mason. Mis Sue Shelby, Mr. to Lulville. Danville Mason, Mrs. Mr. Thompson, of Springfield, is! Club. Carlton F.lkin. Mr. F. Meenu"'- visiting her daughter Mn. Harry) S. Hughe. Mr. Joe Itobinsou, Mrs. l(udon anl Itev. Hudson, an Maple' Mr. and Mr. Tow KImore. of Tho following ffom the Louisville John Gill Kinnaird. Mp. Joe WalkFonirriitula-tioiarr rvctdvin er. Jr.. and Mr. Kl tSaino. The lo t of recent date will be of interover a handsome an. who wn affair wa a delightful one. est to friends of Dr. Casey of this .MIm Georgia Dunn litfl Monday well as to portmen throughbarn I.Kt uetk. He ha been nnnnnl city, for Newport to attend the eonven-- ' Jame.i W. Ulroore for his grandfathA chapter of tlw Kastern Stan out the State: tinn of the Kentucky Sunday School er, af thU city. wa orranized last TJBrday eveThe best golf course in the South AMociation. Kentucky1 Manonic i the ambition of the a" the ning in and ton, Hall. The Chapter wa called to orMinor Cir-aaMr. Country and Centre Club, just or-- l Mr. George l.awon was the week.' William Franklin, after a weeka vif-- it der by .Mrs. Claudie llowman. Grand ganized, which i to build its clubj end guest of Mr. Allen Kenney in' with her imr. Mr. Oscar Kay, deputy and Grand Adah of the and links eight mile out on the Danville and attended the dance Fri. left Sunday for a few days tay wlthj Grand Chapter of Kentucky. There Kighteenth-tree- t road. day evening, j Harrodfiurp relative- - before return- - were twenty-tlv- c charter member. The elub has bought n 3"." acre home i" High l'eint,' The chmter was open.-- by the N'lcho- -' Simpson Klkln will re- inc to their tract out on the Orell ear line this Mr. X. C Ifasville chapter a:Uteii by one or side of Orell. It runs from the ear turn thin week to her home in Allan-ta, after a vi.it to her titter, MIm' Thoni.in en- two members of tV Harrodburgl line to the river. I'olo, swimming, Mr. and Mr. J. The following olTicewj tennis and trap hooting will also Jentiiv Duncan. tertained n number f Htieot nt din- Chapter. Sunday in honor of their nephew' were appointed and elected: Worthy, be incorporated into the club' proner Mr. and Mn. I.oyd Hourne and Patron, W O. Itlgne.. ,Worthy Mat-- 1 gram of play. ikiughtur, Ella Mae, and Lois Vir- blrthiidy, Mr. Herbert Thomas, of ron, Mr Loui l.anran; Aasociate, The club membership will be lim- Indinnapoli. Thote w'io were pre-s-ginia, were gueoU Sunday of Mr. were Mr. and Mr Clell Thomas Worthy Matron, Mm. Ji'e Sweeney; i.ed to 500. Dr. A. H. Weaver, who and Mrv Milton Roilnrd in Danllorud Arnold, of Lexing- Sieretnrv, Mlw Sje Shelby Maon; is helping, to organize the club, say and Mi ville. ton, Mr. and Mr. Mnnroe Miller and Treastner, .Mrs. Woo Ilumtiile; Con- -' that a membership of 100 hns alMIm Allene Thona entertained daughter. Ocie, Mr. and Mr. S. M. ductress, Jlr W. H. Mason; Assistant ready been enrolled. Dave Thomas; Mr "We are going to specialize on a number of friend Saturday niirht Urton, Mis Haxel Carter. Mr. Hom- Conduct-nt her home on the Leiinglon pike, er lohn aid Mr. Ii'kin Fain, all of Adah, Mrs (tor, ilastin; Ituth, Mits a real golf coune," wild Dr. WeavMr. Wesley er, "instead of a fancy in honor of her eouMn Mr. Herbert N'lchoIavllle and Mn. Win. Thoma, Helen Gill; Kstlier, Amanda j It will be the longest coune in the Dickerso- - Martha. MIm In.iiunnpolia. of Thomas, of linlinnpo'i Andcin; Klecta, Mr?. Guy David-- j State, and will be everything that a son; C'mplin, Mrs. W O. ltigne : golf links should be. Our clubl, Marshal. Mr. A'lnlp' Joieph; house will be built of legs." Mr Kom llast'n and Warden,' The rustic clubhouse will con The vii- - tain dining and dance halls. Other Mis I'riiikie KauiTn-an- . were Mr. Claudie U buildings will include two and three-rooa etlttage for i.m, of Leongtow, 5r. It. F. Nt j oik, of Hnrro. stable for polo pontes, a riding hall .'.r. J. Mrs. liartobb. Mis Lyde'W-- t. and a grand stand for the polo lleld. IcCary, Mr. Jer.e ; insfor.l, Mr Tennis courts, a shooting range and a shop with We've opened Henry Adams, Mr. Sthel lVnnon. a swimming pool are Included. Mrs. o. T Troutnv i, Miss Daisv Dr. J. M. Casey, Danville, Is to Mn. be in charge of the development of Wolf. Mr. George Bor.er. Hemphill, Dr. and Mrs, Vnn polo nt the club. He ha Heiir.played Hradcn, Mr. abroad with the Sixth Division, and Arsda i Mr Jame Charli ' Dailey, Mr. Lec, Mr. and owns a string of polo ponies. The Mrs. -- thur West all t,f Nlchola.ville link will consist of an eighteen hole After ho businesi n feting .1 social course and a nine-hol- e cour' for THAT YOU CAN EAT. hour is enjoyed Tho rooms were women and beginnen. "Steaming," beaii' illy decorated In pink rose, a new process that gets rid of weeds ; We deliver You riet it in a hurry. pink inla and potted plant. A in a few hours, will bo the treatment delif l. salad couno was served. given the green. liable aiuiitai.re rendered by The Some people are always preaching the then- of the Nicholasvllle chap and tho grand deputy in the about the wickedness of this world. inst.V on of, the Garrard chapter, Hut perhaps tho subject I too enMaare. Orde ' the Kastern Stars, U. D., ticing for 'them to ace the better side. illy appreclaltd. was TRADE IIKKE ANII SAVE THE DIFFERENCE Mr. 0. Honor, of Louisville, I the guett of her .Iiughtrr, Mr. Adolph Jocph and Mr. Joseph, on Maple avenue. Mi Delia Hlce Hughe ha been a reeunt viltor of her aunt, Mitt Sue Sutton, at MarKliury. Ml Mhertn And- nm vWted her aunt. Mis Dove Ha?H, in Danvltle Saturday. Mn. Ito Ilastin and little daughter, were vUitor in Danville - 5 SmTH HATS FOIt SALE: rye. Some FRANCIS WINTER I Classified Column J K ready with fall showind of C. TZ. m in all prices to suit the public. rhmcc seed V. A. Lenr. liOSAlD ADOUt 1 People v? RATES i Wo-man- ? Sit.gle insertions le a word No ad taken for less than -- Uc in this column. No ads In this column charged. Lot Ri'tween colorod Methodist church and Mayor John Duncan'. 5 residence n pocket book containing ? 30.00 nnd wmi' small change. ReA Wm. Kavanaugh, (Col.) ward. Q ? 3 St S WANTKD:--T- o rent farm of 150 or 200 acre for H22. Have own teams and tools. Will pay moncj or take interest in crop am! j rent Kay ll.ill, stock. Stanford. K. F. D. 4. 0-3t.l J 3 Sf H Seven inttrtlens for. the price of five. rj ! J I'hnne orders must be raid promptly. xvkw. wv ii j n, KENT: A desirable for family or boarding FOR SALE: Nice baby carnage. house, 12 room, heated by furnace, Wood Walker, Faint Lick. splendid bathroom and close to public Square. Apply: sorwiocx a xhixxm Hnsuldcn J j F(5lt e, brick-residenc- Woman's k vit i and net a A full line of Field Seed., Wheat J. A. Hratten. souvenir. City Tax Collector. and Kye. Tile Fire Ilrlclf. Clay and Common Ilrick, Cement, Rock nnd atn now ready to tak your com-fa- Sand Right Price. your work. and will appre-'nt- e GARRARD MILLING CO. I'ajr yoar tax t.ow llrothen. 1 rt Mlw lenn Bright. , Nlcho-lasvlll- Unrgi" size Mooros Heater for tnle. Only been umnJ one season. e, h FOR SALE OP. RENT: Garage on Public Squnre. Possession given Mn. Harry Anderson. Address January 1st., 1022. Allie Arnold, FOIt RBNT : Simpson sister famij Colorado Springs, Colo. for runt by A. J. Itlre. Phone 17A.' rtn.n.- - I rtmnn..flttn Wv I Care of School for the Deaf. (9.6-17t- .) I- Itny-mon- Wt'are paying the highest mnrket price for chieken. egg. and fresh bacon. FOH SALfc A lot of Stove pipe coal hods, and elbows, 11 re-ti- n, n r. Lan-raite- r, tr JACKCASEY Instruct At heaters, cook pokers, second-han- d cheap; Mailable rnnpus, buggy har-- : grown, yearling heifer and steers. et and breeching, brooms and Ice cream freezers at cost, second bond I'hanes 63. 176 or 12. Oiri-7t..pd- .) W. S. Carrier. wagon, cheap. J. It. MOUNT fc CO. or four FOlt RKNT: Three My six FOR SALE OR RENT: rooms; furnished or unfurnished. room brick dwelling with store room Mrt. II. P. Swopc. Phone 307. Danville St. attached, 21 x 53 ft. on Stanford Street, adjoining County Jail. Ideal Wanted to location for General Mcrchandlso FA KM WANTKD: hear from vner of a farm or good business. S. H. E.te. land for ale. prke r'ea.onable. L. Jones, We need several good men to sell Box Sol, Olney, 111. Singer tewing machines nnd collect lt.-pon accounts Good opportunities for Some fancy S. C. advancement. For full particulars, FOIt SALEs The addres Ithode Island KeJ cockerels Machine Co., Singer S . i Tompkins Owen farm strain. Danville, Ky. Mr. Fred Hall, Phone 'J. Paint Lick, Ky. Hotel Kengarlan. jt., shove', stove boards, ct. ge.d home ' n 1,500 Watkins Men are making FAI5M Five or ten LOANS: money telling 175 standard nationalyear loans on goad land. ly advertised products direct from S. T. nnd K. W. Rnndle, Why be to farmers. -- J7 Weft Short, Lexington, Ky. manufacturer idle? Here's your life chance. If OJ.'.'P-St-- ) you own team or automobile, aro STltAYED: To my place about under 50 and can give bond we start Sept. 1st. a hog. Owner can have you with big stock of goods all farsame by proving hog nnd paying all mers need. Nearby territory open. charges. Milton Koss, J. It. WATKINS CO.. Dept. 112, Winona, Minn. Paint Lick. Ky, (O.'JO-St.- ) It. F. I). No. (9 I d 1 I I- nt w. COAL NOW It is well known that .500,000 railroad employees1 have voted to strike. With winter coming' on this will create a serious condition as only half, the people have bought their eoal. We advise the purchase of COAL NOW. club-hous- e. Sen-tinr- ON THE SQUARE week-endde- sb-r-- . Meat & Ruble PWic - Hudson BALLARD'S 8b Farnau FLOUR. COAL AND FEED Field Seeds of all Kinds. OBELISK Scon - Phoic20. Th Central Record, Lancaster. Ky.. Thursday, Oct 0, 192 WOLF TRAIL 1 BUCKEYE Mr. James Land was the guest Mrs. Termelln Bogie I In Paris for Monday of Mr. Moe Kay. several weeks vIVtt with relntive. A number from here attended the Several from here attended mempie supper at Ounns Chapel Friday orial esrvice nt (S'lbrrta Creek Sunnight day. Miss Montie Kay was the truest Mr. Wilbert Ray of Madison counBert Sunday afternoon of Ml ty spent Sunday with his father, Mr. I).nle. I.rnzy Ray. Mmtcr Onph.i Davis spent one Mr. and Mr. A'lie Moberley of V James night last week with Master V Service CmmmkmtyL Klrkville spent ThursJay with Mr. K. Trice. nnd Mr. I.uca Foster. Mrs. Abe Burton spent the latter Mr. Minor Carman nnd son, Wm. of last week witfi her mother, part k-SFranklin, of North Carolina, spent Mrs, l.n)ton. sister, Mrs. Oscar Messr. Mart and Cay D.ivls and last week with her Rny. Karl Dailey were In Nlcholasville on Me-o-m- y, Rev. Price, of Louisville, nnd Mr.' buine Friday. and John Sadenr were guest of Mr. ami Mr ami Mr. John Dailey week-enIn Mrs. A. I'. Mile Saturday nnd Sundaughters spent the day. Madison with relatives. Mr. nnd Mr. Tandy Kurtz and aeaeaal Tr,mM m e Mr. Harve Teater ond MUs were the pleasant guet Mon- daughters, of Mercer county, were week-enguest of Mr. and Mr. day of Mr. Hugh Mober!e. F. Brown. S. S. Sebataln, of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. nnd Mrs. Foest Noel were visitors Nicholnsvilte were week-enBefore you're a day older from bite aad parch (cut lnMir- guests of Mr. and Mr. Jasper Noel JkchintMd Mr. nnd Mrs. Ottis Stott. an kukes of Datfcrict I of Mr. and Mrs. Willie Master ami in Mndi.on county from Saturday ut by our exclusive patyea wait te let the idea ilip Monday. ented process) are a reveSunday until little daughter spent the day aider year hat that this Mednme Hiram Ray, R. W. with Mr. and Mrs. Car! Moberley. is the opca seasoi te start lation to the man who never Sanders, Nora Tenter, Misses Ethel Coka Is bast for curing tobacco in Ray and Snllie ' ou Teater spent somethiig with a joy'as could get acquainted with a and barn. Wa have it, tha Wednesday in Danville. Hudson A Farnau. some pipe! P. A. has made a jimmy pipe Mr. Minor Carman and son, Mr. pipe a thiag of joy to four Moberley, Mr. Mr. and Mr. Carl Albert I and Mr. Osrar Ray nnd family spent men where oae was smoked and Mrs. W. T. Moberley made n re- Wednesday with Mr. Curtis Trice Because, a pipe packed before! cent visit in Madion with relative. and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Grow. Mr. and Mr. Square Underwood With Priice Albert satisfies Mr. nnd Mr. Louis Neol entertain-t- l Ever roll up a cigarette are rejoicing over 'he arrival of a e M. S. at dinner Thursday evening Mr. a man as he was never satis- with Prince Albert? Man, daughter, who arrived nt their anil Mrs. R. W. and daughkeeps him man but you've got a fied before home the 'JOth. of September. HATFIELD ters. Misses Jane Hnrberson and Waee recently made Sadie Ralston. A dainty little Ml satisfiedl Aid, you can party coming your way! aaM te Aleerf (a Safer DENTIST it apprivnl at the home of Mr. nnd lege, sais- - rei taw. P. A.'s Talk about a cigarette Aaedeeate aeaaf prove it! Why You cannot aspect to have good Mrs. AIHe Reynolds. It has been Office ovtr Tha Garrard Bask. wheal by towing poor terd. We ages see fragrance aid smoke; we tell you it's a flavor RetUJeace 376. christened Clotile. Phoaet Office 5. f rraetaf elaet have tha batt car of trad wheat KENTUCKY. beaWa'er. milk LANCASTER. Mnlear and shown Mr nnd Mrs. Ottis cooliess and its freedom peach! eMtfgteaer in ihit counlv for tevrral charming daughter of Nina were yaart. It hat bran Iratrd by tha entertained Saturday night and Sun- Kentucky Agircuttural A Esprrimrnt day by Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Land. Station. Wa atk that you tea this j UIMI Mr. and Mr. Homer Ray enter- wheat before you buy. SUraal as Exclusive. tained Sunday Mr Frank Ray and eeac aCa. Hudson A Farnau. Miss n.c. Optometrist daughter, Jnme. Montie nnd sons, Mrs. Flora Long and daughter.! Mr. Sam Long and Robt. and Mis Francis, entertained Tuesday 'joy4 umohm KENTUCKY. family. DANVILLE, evening In honor of Mr. and Mr, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Sebastian ami W. T. Long. Opposite Gilcher Hotel. Those present were: I Office Hour, S to 12 a ad 1 to S a. at. little son, were guest. Saturday night Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Kurtz, Mesdnmes' The Scots and the English. and Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert R. W. M.r Tsui Complsmt. Hiram Ray, Nora! The Matter. Th Truth of Dailey. Rev. Insko wa their guest Teater, Sander. u Witi.r My lllt a .Snt. hu flrt llw-- la Irr- Misses Sadie Ralston, Janej Tlifr, I mil. h Indlcnstinn her lata- - trintii of llmlr hud died of old g. In the lnnd which now land. Killed Sunday night. Harberson, Ethel Ray, Lcuille and bear their nmiie, Sc.tlntid. Tti An- - If brsnii.e J.- Inn't tehav. We lj(,,.r w(n , r onme tolhe hou Mis Emma Walters spent from Hope Sanders, Salie Lou ITeater.l tn- - m.miuii cles wllh other trlhe. from Germany don't wmit n lelt Mori.- - out of .hool. Mho Friday until Mondav with Mr. nnd Mary Kurtz, Mr. and Mrs. Louii settled In what came to ! called but people neer did hefure. Atchl- - ,lllt i,,,,,,!,,.,! .r, -- (,(,, litri nmf (frm,M MINERAL DIRECTOR Mrs. Elijah McMillian. They also Noel. Billy, George and John Kurtz' Anclrlaid or MiicUnU. j son none. Jslie" dead. .She died of the lung lliti." entertained at dinner on Sunday and Robt. Long, Jr. Office Over National Hank. Prof, and Mr.. Adams, Rev. Insko, Residence i'hone 3. Office I'hone 27 Miss I.inelue Gillean and Jesse wcn i d Her-nic- d 1 i how youll take to a pipe and P. A.! Jai WaWJY41KN aaV ' I lift d CONN I CONN Priice aid S5 lit-ti- aid aid J.J.Byrne Fringe Albert fW national J. A. Beazlev LANCASTER. KY. ,,ul y. Or. Printus Call, A at wared Walker Day ei VCTERIMRMN. Promptly Pkona 317. KENTUCKY Night. l.ANCASTITv An hons'st etTort that ends in failure is better than no effort at all. It supplies the experience that pave the way to future success. BETTER DEAD COLD MEDAL Farm on Boones Creek from Lancaster, containing 33 acres. Good house, barn and orchard. All in grass. Terms liberal. Clarence Beazley, Lancaster, Ky. 5 miles A FOR SALE STATEMENT of the Ownership, Man- agement, Circulation Required by the Act of Con-groof August 24, 1912. ts racked with pain. Everything worries and the victim becomes despondent and downhearted. T bring back the sunshine take Life is a burden when the body-i- s (tf.) Attention Hunters Positively no fox hunting or hunt-o- f any character or trespassing on our farms. Any violators will be prosecuted. W. S. Embry, W. A. Trice, T. J. Trice, EJ and N. B. Trice, Fisher Herring, Crit Meadows, Ansel Meadows, John Collier, J. S. Schooler, Joe Criscillls, J. M. Criscllllt, Robert Spcake, George Conn, Jim Conn, Henry Arnold, Marion Johnson, W. E. Whltaker, Tom Conn, J. M. Meadows, W. T. Kinjr, John Rich, Sam Hlch, J. C. Conn nnd J. F. Adams, It. I, .Arnold, Mrs Victoria Anderson, (1. T. Ballard, Sr., E. L. Woods. (Other names will be added upoa tho payment of 25 cents.) (tf.) on. Southern Optical Company 'SNctaclt and Eye Glau Kryptok (MmUi Wocol Us) Artificial Eye$ FOURTH d CHESTNUT. UuimiMt, Ky. Of the Central Record, published weekly at I.ancater, Ky., for Oc tober, VJ21. State of Kentucky, County of Garrard. Before me. a Notary Tublic in and for the state nnd county aforesaid, personally appeared R. L. Elkin, who, havinir been duly sworn according to law, deposes and says that he is the Publisher of tho Central Record, ana that the following Is, to the best of and belief, a true his knowledge statement of the ownership, man agement (nnd if a daily paper the circulation), etc., of the aforesaid publication for the date shown in the above caption, required by the Act of August l!4th.. 1UI2, embodied in section 443, Postal Laws nnd Regulations, printed on the reverse of this form, to wit. 1. That the names and addresses of the publisher, editor, managing editor, and business managers arc: Tubllshcr, R .L. Elkin, Lancaster, . Kentucky. Editor, J. K. Robinson, Lancaster, Kentucky. Munging Editor, R. L. hlkln, Lan caster, Kentucky. Business Manager, R. L. hlkin, Uncuster, Kentucky. ii. That the owners are: (Give names and addresses of individual owners, or, if a corporation, give its mime and the names nnd addresses of stockholders owning or holding 1 per cent or more of the total amount of stock.) J. K. Robinson, Lancaster, Ky. 3. That the known bondholders, mortgages, and other security holders owning or holding 1 per cent or more of total untount uf bonds, mortgages, or other securities are: (If there are none, so state.) None. R. I Elkin. Sworn to and subscribed before me this 1st. day of Oct.. 1921, L. G. Davidson, Notary Tublic, Lancaster, Kentucky. My commission expire Jaa. IU., 1924. Thanatlon.t r.mady of Holland for orae 200 years; it Is an enemy o( all pains is "CM teak far lae SM! uas I HAVING DECIDED TO DISSOLVE PARTNERSHIP, ON ACCOUNT OF THE ILLNESS OF ONE OF THE MEMBERS. WE WILL ON Dissolution SALE AT TEN O'CLOCK LIVE STOCK AND FARMING IMPLEMENTS. CaU MwWI .'r tea LOYD. Mr. and Mrs. L. - Matthew visited relatives on Sugar Creek Sunday. Mr. nnd Mrs. Marshall Rny attended meeting at Mr. Sim Clark' Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Rally Ray visited Mr. and Mr. Raymond Berchell Sun- , day. Mr. James Sanders of Bradhaw Mill visited Mr. and Mrs. Wm S. Ray Friday. Mrs. Henry Ray and children visited Mr. and Mrs. James Sinipon Saturday night and Sunday. Coke it bait for curing tobacco in tha barn. We have it. Hudson A Farnau. Mr. and Mrs. Trice Sutton urn! daughter, Miss Mnud of Danville, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Snyder and little dnUghter, Allie and Mr. ami Mrs. Wm. S. Ray visited Mr. and Mrs. Wm. S. Ray Sunday. ' Wednesday, Oct 12th At their farm known as the Nick Hardin place, located six miles west of Danville ou Quiuk's Hun pike near the I'erryviile Pike; four miles east of I'erryville and about eiht miles from Harrodshurtf. we will sell for K F . and J. H. McGiunis the following described property: Kich Hlue Grass farm contrtininif 147 acres; one of the most fertile farms in the county. Most of this farm will grow hemp and tobacco; thirty acres sown in wheat; all the rest in K'rass; fifty acres being in new clover: remainder in Hlue Grass. Fencing in tine condition. 'The improvements consist of an eight room dwelling, good stock barn and all othor outbuildings. Three never failing wells on place. Kight work mules; one family horse; one walking horse; three yearling mules; twelve C50 to 900 pound feeding cattle; three milk cows; twulve head of sheep; seven sows and pigs; three sows to farrow soon; one registered Poland China boar, big type; sixteen fat hogs; i ten shoats. n saw; hand saws; hatchets; hammers; vice; braces and bits and two stands of saw; bees; buggy; buckboard; buggy harness; wagon hurness; two Oliver riding turning plows; plows; household and kitchen furniture, including two bedroom suites; din- two Oliver OF ALL KINDS OF HARDY ing table; six chairs; other chairs; air tight heater; cooking stove, four burner; oil stove, TREES, SHRUBS, HEDGE, t never used; several pieces of Antique Furniture; tables; bed clothes; rugs; carpets; buckets; shot gun; lard kettle; lard press; milk crocks and lard crocks; sausage mill; fruit jars, etc. GRAPE VINES, ROSES, Seven bushels choice clover seed: 200 bales of Timothy hay and 45 bales of clover hav: EVER. PERENNIALS, thirty acres of corn in shock and three hundred shacks of fodder and 100 barrels of old corn GREENS, ETC. in crib. in recommended in our cata-lojWill sell about 200 fine mixed chickens. Price Hat and guide is For further information consult E. F. and J, H. McGINNIS on farm, or FRKE to every one iiitereateu in Rood nursery stock. No agents. H. F. H1LLENMEYER A SONS sled; hand planters, double trees, John Deere corn planter; Deering binder and mower; .corn shelter; hog box; diggers; shovels; pitch forks; hoes; rakes; garden plows; cross cut one-ma- FARMING IMPLEMENTS. Two good farm wagons;.'! hay frames; 'A riding cultivators; '2 live shovel walking cultivators; 1 sixteen disc harrow; 1 smoothing burrow; steel roller; Superior Grain drill, ten disc; Fall Planting. I I r. LsxiaitM, Ky. I. M. DUNN & CO. REAL ESTATE BROKERS. DANVILLE, KY. Tha Central Kecord. Lancaster, Ky. Thursday. Oct 6. 1921 R. C McROBERTS, Lancaster, Kentucky. AEO IN OLO KENTUCKY ON Dixie Stock Farms SANDERS BROS. & AMON, Prop. HOME of the EXTREME BIG TYPE We olTir iutt fur nuuK sale ten b g j Poland boars an good as the h lit at farmers prices We ore n booking order for fa., p.g e thcr sex nt liAFRMiri prices t. be del ven d nt ten weens u!d. cholera A'l rigs have beui double fruited Why use n rub when you ran get n real honct to goodness one nt n moderate pnrc. For particular, call r write MiM Margaret Highland la here for a vmit to ,Mr. Mnrthn Kly. A largu crowd from here nttend-rNOT WISE TO OVERLOAD CARS the memorial service nt (Sllhertf Sunday. Death er Injury of Animals Miami Mr.. I!. II. I.edford entertained Heavy Lett to Shipper Temptation to Crowd I Great. her Sunday School olnja Tueidny evening. I Pre par nl l.v Hie l'nllwt (Malta l'fMlt-nn-n- t MU f AurH i.llme I t'hritln Mntculf win the It Make tllle H illfTen li III the guot of Mr. N. M. Hurgcw lnt profit of the tumor "tHi'ts mler week-end- . whether lie otifnlli V'l l lit pT hiiiii Mr. and Mr. Walter Center were j fur Ida hos n ineiit or from '.i to n ut per pound tor them us dead Img in Lexington nhopnlng Tueaday of d LIVE ST PAINT LICK Mr Kldrr and ioni were In lllrh. mond Sunday, Mr. II. I Wallace wn In Stanford one day laat week. "Raincoats Direct From Factory to Wearer" 1 am representing the COMER MANUFACTURING CO. The largest raincoat manufacturer in tne w rlil. Selling direct to the wearer. I means LOW PKICES. HIGH QUALITIES anil HIC. VALVES. Will call and show ."ample and price?. Ph' fie GO. B. C. FORD, Lancaster, Ky. lnr SANDERS BROS. OR JOHN M. AMON, LANCASTER, KY. GUNNS CHAPEL Mr Pattie Daily i with .Mr. Lure ami Mm F.iuert Tca'er wore guests . of Mr an i Mr, Hunter lavn Sun-.lay- I Hurt. - waiting Miss Thelma S mpi in Danville. on were Mr. John Land anil guest of Mrs. Frank Land Sunday. Itcv. tnska fHled hi regular ap- Myrtlrj Misses anil Inez Kami, Mr. and Mr' It. M. Kurtz and children were among thou- - attending the servires at Gilbert Creek SunMr John Ijiml Havi,, ihritine imis pointment here anil Sunday. A (ill- Saturday evening day You unnnl esprct to have fond wheat hy (owing poor erd. We have the heit car of teed wheat supper wm held at the school house here n Friday evening Th proceeds were about 20 Mr. and Mr Willi I1 Long spent d teveral the Kentucky Agirculloral at Haperimenl the week-enwith Mr unit Mr. W Station. We a,k that you er thi'i ' II. Itayntid Mr an t Mr. J M Anion whrat hefore you huy. Hudson & Farnau. Mr an.l Mr V'n Tatr. Mr In iliiion yeatt. thi, countj fur It hat been letted hy ; P Capital $50,000.00 Surplus $60,000.00 Honor Roll Bank. 4 per cent paid on time posits. Call and see ut. J J Wnlker, President. F Champ, I t. M de- ) to the President. Cashier. J I i .', Asaistant Cashier. W Miller, Cashier. Mrs. Naomi Hamilton, Teller. G. Davidaon, - 0 Itigney, Ass't. Mr. Ollle Itoian were Sunday guet of Mr and Mr. Klnm lilpr near Preachemville. Mi Kate Kly returned home thi !inprteriy IikhI ttn-l- r llu' tok w fu n week after teveral day a Viit in Cov sending it iii mnrii t. mill thereby run ington, I'nrla and I'm. great rlk nf titHHlllig Sertoli ue Mr. nnd Mr. Chn, Friend were Ihrmich irlppled r ilind nnluniK :iy in College Hill Sunday gue.t of ii1nllii of tin liiiri'iui of imirki'ts Mr. FriendV parent. leHirtiiii'iit of .frl-ni- t I'nlliil Stall Mr. nnd Mr. It. II. I.edford were lire. Willi frwclit ral- i- t their present in Winchester Monday to attend the letela (lure la II Mrntlir teiiiptiitlotl to hurial of Mr. Magg-Day. liy eotiiinilre on thin m ni of i Mr. and Mr. Walter Center nnd rrimilliic n fett ieon titiliiml Into an nu were guet Sunday of Mr. and l! prntn nlreaily well lllli-- l enr. llwa of the ii'wrlliHllt. ,iieer. who Mir. Jim Wngura nt llerea. llliU"lllii of enlloaiU of lle nliM-Protracted meeting hegan at the iinloaileil nt Hie incut n iii ml nmrkeio Chritinn Church Monday night. are of the opinion I lint If fnriner niel Itev. I'urvia U doing the preaching. ktlxklnell nrilhl Me the ronilltliu'i In Mr. and Mr. T. J. Underwood and wlileli inll'li of llie lle 'Iim'I; reailie daughter, Mi Kdnn were among the Im tiN'k)MriN they wmdd the preetl not otil ultll the folly of crowd who went to (iilbcrt church tuerloaitliiL. Imt nlo with the nli- - Sunday lute neellj of taking eery Mi Ituth Ito, who lini Imiii in nirotii't Injun ntid dentil of the the Ciilxbn Hospital, nt Itichmom! niliiinU ulule Im transit. for two week, was able to be OterliHIillllg l one of (lie enllltlHlll-!mid lit the aiiine time lmt mtIoii. brought home last Wednesday. Inlntlikea IKiide liy the neperleneei Mr. and Mr. T. J. Underwood nnd aueli an it eareleta liipn'r It nw few more Mr. and Mr. (!. M. Trcndwny spent j Mon(1.iy mailer to i nmil Jnt a nf with jlr nn, !t iillmiN Into a ear ..ml the fct that ,,,.,,,, t UnM,.r Mr, Cron n great while an oxerloiuled mice in Mr. and Mr. Tnulhre Cornett nnd wlilioiit eiinil uir will go uiUluip eem to urge Hie hlpH-- on noli, Tom, Jn. Mnrnhbnnk, Mr. Thof. to tempt fnle Jiii ofiee more. The HaNton, Mr. and Mm. John AnoYrlilpH-- r liovtestr will it.it noit, f son .were guest of Mr. O .S. Ilnm- lllg to ilo Willi Oils fnloe eeotiomy, miuk Sunday. lie of I lie t!erlllietlt tflnllsl Mr. O I.. Hammnck and daughter, wUI lay down a IwH Mini fnt Mile to tijnl .Jilt lit. lunlit HOltiuilu III flu. ,fir Miss Jessie Mae, motored to Lexingi. a nii rlil,. . ,,nir,iMiiliii' ntul fMim ton and Nicholnsville Sunday, bringing Mr. nnd Mr. Wm. Hammack and till rule he Will not tie-- , lute. through over daughter, Carrie, back with them. The limine of lo loflilllig are greuter In warm wenilier A full line of Field Seed. Wheat may lie than In cohl. Tettipcmturo-loading tlmt the an.l Itye, Tile Fire llrick. Clay and nri nt the time of niiltiial are fairly eomfortaMe, Imt .e Common llrick, Cement, Kock and fore they reneli mnrket Hie tinlliir Sand Kight Price. OAKUAUn MIM.IN'C; CO. Imt. with the reult turn Ml'lilt-ti- imiierlill. Which nf ,epolnl Jirlce he how tin animal are iiHuleil In tin Many car either throiiKli Ignorance or III nil effort to sile a small ninotint of freight, overload or mill sonli-groat- lhee lli lat week. Mr. and MONEY TO LOAN on. good city property. Pay back on weekly or. monthly Installments. The Lancaster Building & Loan ASSOCIATION, J. K. ROBINSON. lacerates1. President Wm. S. HOPPKH, Sec't. & Txts. i'ue Look into the home life of the felOf course, If short drees and low whn claim that nothing ever bare knee remain in style the north worries him. Possibly hi wife is always drift south for the winter month. earning the l.vintr. A big city judge declare that he will not have Any members of the ku klux klnn serving on his juries. But that, however, may be only n cnie of ju.ln n "safety first " When we hear n fellow that he never change hi quite agree with him. It i to change something that exist. boating mind we doe difficult not . ey A Boy With 8 Fortune tlir-mc- r j - s Mr, and Mr. Tho. I.ogsdon enter-taine- CITIZENS NATIONAL l.ANCASTKK. KY BANK. Strt-ct- . L Cotiirr I'utilli Siunit mni Unnvillc ss4sssW wi? IMPORTANT STAKES Of the Annual Fall Meeting at the following to donner Sunday: Mr. and Mr. Minter, of Iteren, Mr. and Mr, (. W. Todd and chil!. M. Treiulwny, dren, Mr. and Mr Mr. and Mr. A. B Wynn and Mias Minter were afternoon guest.. Twenty ladies of the Methodist ehiftch gave Mr. . B. Wynn a surprise birthday dinner Monday by each taking dinner already prepared. l! the good thing of the reason were served and n most enjoyable day was .spent. AH I ft wishing Mr. Wynn many more happy returns of the day. You cannot expect to have good wheat by sowing poor seed. We have the best car nf seed wheat shown in this county for several years. It has been tested by the Kentucky Agircultural Sl Esperintent Station. We ask thai you ee this wheat before you huy, Hudson it Farnau. A boy with a fortune is the boy who has one hundred dollars that he himself has saved. His fortune consists not only of the money saved and what boy with a hundred dollars would not feel like but of a valuable lesson learned. a millionaire? Not only has he experienced the thrill of possession, but he has caught the thrift habit. He has learned to do without useless things. He no longer squanders his money. He has better judgment of values.. He is doubtless a far better boy. Has your boy started to save yet? it he has not, there is no better time to teach him to begin than now at this Bank. 4 PER CENT ON TIME AND SAVINGS DEPOSITS. The Garrard Bank & Trust Co LANCASTER. KY. We sell travelers Cheques, which are good in the United States and all foreign countries. Rye Cover Crop Pro-- i tects Tobacco Field LATONIA (ConTeaient to Ctncinaati) Sept. 3rd to Oct. 8th and Latoma Handicap, $5,000 added, for 3. upward, one mile and a sixt cnth, Saturla s and Autumn Handicap, $5,000 added, for 3 upward, six furlongs, Monday, .September 5. CovinRton Handicap, $5,(100 added, for and upward, one mile ami three M.tccinli, Saturday, September 10. six Fort Thomas Handicap, $5,000 added. y furlongs, Saturday, September 17. Latoni.t Giampionsltip Stakes, $15,000 added, for Saturday, Sepone mile and tember 17. Twin City Handicap, $5,000 added, for and upward, one mile and five furlongs, Saturday, September 24. Queen City Handicap, $10,000 added, for one mile, Saturday, October I, and upLatonia Cup, $7,500 added, for 3year-old- s ward, two miles and a quarter, Saturday, October 8. These rich fixtures and a correspondingly liberal policy throughout mark a season of racing, planned in the interests of horsemen and public alike. The Kali Meet-iat Latonia has attracted the best horses in training. Any day's program will be worth traveling miles to see. . vcar-)ld- 2-- car-old.- ., tlirce-uartrr- s, B KENTUCKY JOCKEY CLUB INCOBrOBATCD LATONIA, KY, COURSE Perhaps some people prefer to he million acres of improvement. Nearly one-hamiserable because time doesn't fly Kentucky tobacco land, the richest in The tobacco field in general is preo rapidly the State, will be depleted of their pared and tilled as carefully a the fertility during the coming winter garden, the specialist say, with tho To Deterrm unless rye or aome other crop Is result that little grass or weeds have Best wiwn as soon as the tobacco crop is an opportunity of growing on them. removed to protect the soil during In the fall of the ycanthese field-arIn order to determine the best, mellow and clean and as soon , the winter from erosion and leachvarieties of wheat for different fee-- ing, crops specialists at the College as the tobacco is removed are .smooth tlons of Kentucky 47 farmer in 18 Agriculture say. Bye sown at surfaces where fall and winter rain counties of the S'tute are starting' of the rate of one bushel an acre as start rivulets that later grow- - into wheat variety demonstrations! this' as the tobacco is removed makes gullies which remove the fertile surfall in cooperation with their county soon a good protection for the mil while face. Losses of this kind are among tiKvM, m the extension division of cover crop may be ob- the heaviest ones sutfered by fnnner tm. Co,.K1. of Agriculture. The a still better tained by adding 20 pounds of vetch of the State, according to the , !,,, , scattered from need to each bushel of rye ami sow , Fulton to Boyd and from tarroll to imvn T"'1'1 counties being located in It 'ha been found that shipping llw le ditim. U.ton, Ballard. Livingston. Crittenden, any e.iislil. e Muhlenhun. Hopkins,. 'ratigbt an iiuderiraliig uU u hi veer. mi Thi ster, Henderson, Warren, Hart Toy- risk plnb m lor, Marion, Washington, Pulaski, be materially iediKl. Ir, tl meu of deimitineiii Carroll. Campbell and Boyd counties. Till' exact liiii.il.ti- ..J aiilmaN lb..iTi.i, Nearly every self made man in the United ..,- - llia, .i,.mnn,tr. th f I ,a. ....a. ....II. .1.1 I.I I .1 IltrUltl KtlJ'('T 111 il tllf IlilUJItlM States started in life at the bottom of the ladder by tions of this kind have been conduct varies with the site of the cur. tin ucconllng to corps specialists of BEGINNING TO SAVE MONEY WHEN YOUNG. site end kind of miluinW. the leiigili ed, Year after year he added to his saving. In time of haul, the miim'Ii of the year, am' the college. The varieties used in the demonweather condition. There can be tu his opportunity came, and HE HAD THE NECEStnrlntlnn, hower. In the general ruli strations will include Ashland, the SARY MONEY WITH WHICH TO SWING IT, bethat the animal should hute sutlleleni new variety developed at the Kenroom to !' reasonably comfortable cause he had SAVED HIS SURPLUS. tucky Agricultural Kxperimcnt Staand that the car should be so parti tion and the highest ylelder there, cuiinoi Honed that large animals Kanrcd, the famous hard wheat from trample the sninller out mid that tig Fulcaster and CurrellS frrltt nnd quarrelsome unluiaU can Kansas,These will be srown and harnot injure IIiom- - with a more e.ulet am OF LANCASTER. vested with a portion of the crop timid disposition. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. Kwii at the present cempiirutlveli from the variety rrown in each sectowprice of the stock a single ilcif tion. It Is expected that the leading or crippled animal IntarluMy rcprv variety for each section of the rut u substuntlul loss, und lu man) State can be selected after from Roll Dank Instuncea vle out I be profit on UM three to Ave years of this work. retire ahlpustut. lf Dead Stock on Unlodding Decks, tlmt iiiij lu re from one to 1'.' animal mffoenie Thi I particularly true of beg. The hlpier I101U1I rememlier that stix'k ear frisueiilly tninl In freight yard completely hemmed In by train of box ear. I'lnler uih are rlrcumsiniK'e, If the milmal crowded In llie car and the weather Is tint. oe rlientetl nnd dead aiilmal are nluiot lerialti to reult. Another mistake ftetlently miiile Is to load lulled siot: without proxr pnrtllloii, When two or more specie of the stixk are shipped In the sum enr they should generally N kept I separate by building trong partitions t ni Thi I particularly large alilmals are sblpM-- with smallei M-'riu- Fertility. ing thi mixture at the rate of one bushel and 'JO pound an acre. The combination will make not only u soil saver but also a green manure to plow- - under next April for soil Farmers Wheat Varieties Ful-tima- ls il Web-som- ri-- k. , ., Money Makes Money w. Pro-lifli- c. THE NATIONAL BANK - Ctp..al $50,000. Honor Surplus $50,000. The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, Oct 6, 92 1 1 I - . i QUAKER HERDS GUARANTEED NOT TO SOUR. Qunkor Herb No. 1, No. 2. No. :t in each pack-.ij- f Mi No. first m one mo:ttltr trcutniont. quart ot' rohl vntr, let stand -- houiy, strain hoi j tnke a wino jila. full nnd throw a (In; . and aliio take Quaker Pills. If yo,i have rheumatism or kidney trouble, loss of lltMh, bad i.ppetite, can't sleep. nenotiH, fuel weak and tired, or female trouble, Mulish liver, this i. one of the irreatct totiii oday on earth. Wo have sold 1,'JOO packages in Ilussell Com. tj in the last three months. Tlicj. Herbs a:, for sale in all country stores at S 1.0-- for three month treatment. Keep this ticket at home for reference. Send o K. J. Casddy, Humble, Ky., SI. 10. we will send Herbs, tfx months treatyou two boxts of ment. If you vill somi 1.(50 we will send you a box of Quaker Pills with the Herbs, 55 pills to I he the kidneys and act as a box. These pills :; tonic. It puts new Mood in the veins and healthy Uesh and fat on the uniy. 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 no opportunity to have good action with the boweis and does away with pills. used in This is the .ir This renedj will be mailed from Humble, Kv rlifh to yr;r loor. Send all orders to DR. R. J. CASSIDY, Humble, Ky. There are more than 1,500 house keepers using Quaker Herb 'v U- ell County. 1 1 r a.i ti'.rot-tune- KEEP mm PRODUCERS INFORMED IfTAMPAPi. nprDA'umrcF uiniu vuv vi una uuuuu mm aw r mm am mm mm. aw mamm ONE NIGHT ONLY. SATURDAY Ivll mmmm . K4imei pcrtj t Ad.rj t In and Out of ta Study MJrkrt Ke Stjon to V H Keep Petted. I'm .in lir ii mt rulxif, IirMitnii it of i -it J. A. Coburn's n ' lion inn the Iimi.t .ititl nlmk r . turn I he lltr sun rrirl of the tmrtiitl of ittark.r'l, I until Slntt1 of Aiirieuliure, into ilotl.ir ii'i.i'if. In for lite fiinnuiTln ki'. mi lnllrti lufortHHtliMi mil nf the n iri Mint he run riinliict lit iior. Haul Huirhiilui: ,rnl ins, .1 'little iiHre liiti'lllently In llie fu re. utiil ihiredrf,' inure irnltnlii.v I., f-- fmiiiiiitl) the iii.tf All New! BETTER THAN EVER! All MINSTRELS Charley Gano Snts .n tale at White BLACK n-- Hi ill In Hie re-!,'- - fore-fathe- rs old-tim- e. i .ri.i'i ri'viK :ire lililurj, ami the 'iluef t.ilm trf IiIiT( i n Imili iiii1i it pnnkle ihi uhlrh to fnre i liai the future. In iiIIht wpl MI. HEADED BY KING FACE OF COMEDY - j Fall Army Worm Outbreak Is Causing Heavy Damage i.cxinirton. Ky , Gnriruiri, in oriirr to prevent ioilii-litu-- s With new out-- 1 lirenlcn beinc reported :ilmot .luilx fall iirniy worm, which resemble the j common spring nrm worms, are con- -, tinuinir to caue tlnmagi-- to fiiM' crops of all kind in the Mnlr. ac-- . cunlinK to aililltlonnl warnhiK in-n-t j out by Harrison Carman, entomoloK-- j it at the Kentucky Agricultural Kx; periment Station. County Accnts farmer in all Kentucky coun- ties have been warned to be on the ' outlook for the pest. and take im- -' broods. mediate steps to control them a smin The insects which have just made! as they make their appearance. their appeareiice are dllTerent pest The most serious outbreaks of the from the common army worms, c pests have been reported from Cardistingui.hed from them by the roll, Washington, Woodford, Scott yellow mark on the front and Fayette counties In Carroll of the head. Mr. (iarmnn, said. county corn fields were attacked by They nUo are darker in color than the pests, in many cases the blades the spring army worms. Aconlfnic belntr riddled and the worms working to the warning, the fall army worm CrntVt t I !, their way down among the rolled tUlllt t rn m minui IIUIH lUUIII ilnriMir tint blades of the late plantings In a man- - u miners nnd become established and ner similar to that of the corn-ca- r injurious in Kentucky during the worm. In Washington county vari- - fall. Although they appear late oils kinds of vegetation were attack- - there is evidence idiowink' that more ed by the worms while in Fayette than one brood appears before cold county rye and barley were the ob- - weather arrives and kills them. The Jecta of attack. The Insects are first may appear a early as Aug. fi particularly fond of Hungarian mil-- 1 and by the middle of Sept. a second let, rye and alfalfa with the result brood has sometimes appeared. A that acres of these crops arc some-- j third sometimes appear' in ruined, according to the warn- - tucky as late u October if the wrath-'"j cr remains mild. , The insects appear no suddenly that most farmers ore unprepared to' "Sa' ft with doll""" and you are cope with them, .Mr. Gorman Nild. "url "l "lur" Spraying field crops is only practl Some of our worst citizen are cable if the insects occur in restrictvery strict in their ohervance of the ed areas in which case they may be Sabbath day. They arc in jail. sprayed with a solution made of one and one-hapounds of arsenate of J Don't become discouraged because lead powder In a barrel of water.! the world fails to accept you at Livestock should be kept off the your own The Lord valuation. sprayed areas for a time following know. you as you are, and the rest the application, according to Mr.of us don't count. il btt-in, M I Ken-timi lf of uionintr. Tin- - wurnn may lv burnctl out liy thr iim of cntti'r-- ; matvrint rd .tmw or other dr jprinklcil with coal oil while the ue of a roller en infiU'l liinil before the inifct ilNnpponr into the ground sometime the only rrmtxly. When :l broeil trow Into the ground for pupation plowing t bntk up the mrtht'tn ceil and expunr them tol the bird anl poultry is .Timi'tinu'.tl helpfsl in controlllnc the inject, The species appear to be Inceniplv y acclaimed to Kentucky and as far at if known is only a summer vM-antor, cold weather apirently killing those lft in the soil by the latent will iii.: nitilif tin- - mne iir miliar i In iiwiImih si ian UHellt l generally iit1mI f r.ii ri ulliii; a lnilt iiutrki'i ivixir or inn' iiimtIh .t emrt ihtIimI of llinr Wnri'i iHne hi cjile. mill tlw iiiki ..It uihiM ke,'i Infix-mi- ! inul fiilln. hem ilillceniit In kiniMiu iiihI nut I hi-- . MI uliir iiiihh I. n maiier i f mi .Hi) in t iii tisnteta . i li.i'finl In lite )t SIX BIG MINSTREL VAUDEVILLE ACTS Prices 50c, 75c, $1.00 plus tax. luetic PkatBKj, Slaaftfd, luine to the .tllni' ImiS-lllH- l, nit HttuwiHl .penilatltiM. He ( MiHhmmi. leiHHM HUM fixhiy ln u ilele'. lixhl itf LHii: ilrf? h'HM H all. he htHXllil tale IlitH ar Mlf- - of llie HMillal Kir itiHiit .link In whtrii lie IMllar rlaaM uf l Hi hi) hi think Ihe mnrV-miIn iiujwlicre fmm A month", ,t. ;i'ir hiitr. Mm him' IM lb -t lit in it, ili'luinuMiu's rt'liwn Mml hit he tti ll u-- i u- hi. line, 'llie ttfiiitbly remrt, Sloek Slmpsan . al SliM'kjrl. rli- - ihe wiiiulwr Mr. aini Mr. U I M'itUiew, were enitle ami inlve. mariii'Hil guest Sunday of Mr. ami Mrs. Win. i l ml initMlt tliriHi-- lt .! im. nilt u'n mnrkiH ir fwli s.ieHntK tire un Simpson uxialtj un eiiiildetiilile .Miss Virginia Itn was the guest lime, it way ltit!lnt. a rtiltle .hurt Saturday night and Scmlny of Mis ' 1111111111 the next year or inu. and Maudje Carpenter. a .hortHse nf an) t'oniiiiixHty umibi: Mi Dora l.ee HulTiran left Tues-- f menus hlsber prttf.. day for n visit to M mil Mrs. Cnl. ' Thl. .nine rextrt alo slinu tin iiiihiI'it if eattle anil oalr that utt vin Illack, of Irvin. hack In the country as ami Rotrn Rye ! adm'ttrd la b lht feeder. If ucli inmeliients were ex King of all rrd rye The price it tt'itlmially ll'.'lil. It would help l tt ii right. Hudson A Farnau. tlriu the li.'lUf Hint a t imilKirathr .Mr. and Mrs. Will F'tcs, .Mr und H. nc klitirtnci' In euttle na im Ihe other IiiiimI. Ihih tt'ker aivi Mrs. Doolin were the '.'uets Sunday' feeder lilplni'iitK uitulil en a lollK liy of .Mr. and .Mrs. Jesje Cney l.nxanl iit'iilrallKliii: liniiorluiict' of Mr. nnd .Mrs. Turn T'arey and Mr ft-i- n UtivteL Awiie that entile . lle mobile niithnp if 'very tir.i r wou.d hear lomtHittly in mind the po Mrs. Ailanu i quite ili. M. Jennie liar, u' Inrmter wn bllity that there mi.) be a fool ahead, Mrf. I.e'ie IliH i tawiy improv the box of camly a: Syrnmnre Fn-- not only on sharp runes, but on strelche of straight road. It is un ing. j liny nickt fpr the prrtttett ifirl there. .Mr. r:i1vn lllaek. af Irvia Vi vMt- -' JltiM llnttie Walton uoh Uie bwx i Hie to assume that tueh car on tha highway i in charge of nn exprrienc ing Mrs. Murearet lltaflk and fa ni- - of randy at Sycamore pie .tupper. iiy. . Imvinj: the hlKhent piM purchai-- ' ed driver who knows the tratlic rules and will obey them. You may think Otius NayUr ami children, el by Mr. Harris AuVmr price $1.70. that inamnuch a mi are arepim; on were ifutifts SutMlny af Mr. Nunnle your side of the riKtd there n no Kay. danger of running yaur car at hrgh Mr. pee4. Hut you mfchl meet a fojl Mrs. Itobt. y()U who not stick ta his side of the jjrj McCt A ries. Sun toy ef Mr. .1UDSON JP of Mer. Vavlor were Will anil (. :'Jl'tj l'err Sun. 1.1) I.onir. - Jlr. DRIVE SLOW ad Fool li.v fr i hIim-Li'- The Owensboro Messenger make; the following wise comment: On n road at the foot of the Itockies Sharp n sign that read' "Hanger Curve Yoi' Might Meet a Foot."i Such n siirn l calculated to make a driver set up and lake notice The latter sees at almost every sharp turn a notice to nrocced with cau-tion, or to blow hi horn, ami comes, to he little Impressed by them. He has confidence In 'us ability to avoid running Into another car. Hut if there is n fool in the other rar the efforts nf 'he most Vilful driver to; escape a collision may le futile i There would be far fewer auto-- l 1 !," ""'K"' uetU II. another or.wr a pedestrian. Hearing mlnJ at a" ,im,' tJ,at ,Br! ar folk in the world, who 'ounJ 'n all places, an I ,nal lnet ' Possibility that o rncounn-- r one you win nui ie " '""'V to meet with mishap as if 'ou " 'or granted that ail per sons are level. hvnilcd and know enough to keep out of harms way slow-witted road. Ti"' '"' Many a self made man Is U:k.- - made tail a well Kvery procession has a head Where do you march a.ij a KINNAIRD BROS., GARAGE, LANCASTER, KY. Making Extraoidinaiy Mileage a Certainty Market HcporU Are liud With Much Interest by Progressive Farmers. Ihe beat) reielit, fur the would know i ii.nt of tliee rattle Kiting buck Iii the etnuitry must be returned to market dm lug the next feu ti'k or njiiiuli- - mill enter tunsiiiiiitiiiii i bannel - Hating In thl funhlmi halm fur hi operation, lei ii lirimil feeding a lit iilime the MiH'klililli lot of Mfer for the market, lie iuut now gle market report more careful und H'rilf!it utttiit It'll llinn liefore. It i unite Important that lie know, what kind uf tntlle ore In best market. If mi the principal (here I a teiil Inquiry for heavy , HliMied eattle. mill thai kind lire hell tig at a pieiiiliuii oer lighter wetght. it will pi'iiluibly M him to "feeil lil eilllle tilll," linle the itt.t of fttl i 'M'i illininll high. If. liimewr. loimtlliiptlte ileiualid mm to lie drifting nieiiillly towiinl lighter retail nil of meat, or, lui'nie i if general buliit'K ieprniiliiii or ouie ' htiN-klnein-- - Car Owners wont more rubber on the tread where the wear is hardest; more gum between cord plies to perfect a resilient and powerful carcass. And they want a scientifically constructed Non Skid tread with all angles and contacts to resist skidding and give sure traction. Firestone Cord Tires have met these demands of tlie cur owners. RICH ALL LAID IN READY NOW. Good Read Letters Below Records from 29,000 to 57.000 Milei Cord Tiret built the Firestone way could not fail to produce mileage. Every day, from all over the country, comes the word that 10,000, 20,000 or 30,000 miles are frequent and Consistent records. Piitsiont Tu. A Kubttr Co, iacktoimlL Hranch, PktfiiU. Stpt. i 10. I. i Now and then they are emphasized by unusual instances such Performances as quoted below. like these demonstrate the ultimate possibilities of Firestone Cords under careful driving. The Itirvey C Mick Co. Th.rttmiti a Itirmen lUce, Uinnttpulli. Gentle mm It occuri to me thit rota might be laurelled In the nul.iie thit I eblim.d from Ike let ot Piietlaae Cord tun on my I)ed(t toupe. The mil me went oner 009 ndea. The ncenj It.OJO end between Jl.000 That, ware belh tear tlrei end bid been br cut cotitiderablr liont cheine. The two liree have tone better ei Seed. . BRASS mi tin Ready for Melons, Hemp or Tobacco. Everlasting Water, to be sold -- Tuesday, October 25th, '21 AT TEN A. M. One hundred and fifty acres of the E. Dunn land, on the New Danville pike, 2A miles from Lancaster, just across the pike from Bettis' Store. Will be offered in small tracts and as a whole. Terms easy. other i lu iituer mid 1 I entering r clniiM-- grnde. chl'Ml) mi! lie may Oeatltin.ni I tnkmll htitwiih Id hiilory of I)l4 Pit. run ST.000 mil.t. Hone Cttfd lite. Thu lire h I hate tttit.dcJ it ii. n iimtt. The inlUsit to tsch teitead Inr we. ebaul 7. COO. I III ink ,ou will tft.e thl. I. rimeikikli record unu.uit l U itpeci.Hr l I know Ihe sonar la tie dii.fi, Hew ever, he il.ii hi. nrit crop.l InDinon. The tire In qutilion ii not vtt sul el leiilce end hit tr In.lUillon el beln uftiilnllr ilreaf ler en I tm oOiit reireid. txi.i. an rolled up i militte ite Und It more prtillliible tu market bis ataiUtif der in le at un earlier age und before they have attained great welglil. Abuudunt liiforiiiailoii along thl litis' will he fitiiiid li'illi III the lite stock niurket reHitt ami ihe riMirln dealing Willi meal trade iihiiIIHoii In tlie huge consuming centers. la this I'oiiuevlliiii Ihe Kloekmali will ulkO be Interested In keeping ikIvIki! us to whether the aliiugliler of meal I liurenlng or ileereaslng uml wlietle er Ihe luoveiuvut applies tipiully tu all classea of meal, or whether alaUftller of beef Is decreasing while lliut oft la Increasing. Thin , aotue other iHa luforiuutloii la obtainable) from the tutlstlcul rejiort covering the lite ioik und meat kitualloo, which U buel on the fodernl H)Mt'lnaiectJoU report of the bureau of auluial Industry und ta ulso published monthljf ' , cover. Mirti Peaaey. C U. photofi.pb. un- Pleat Citjr, Fit. enljr nee $13 3? la ihle libnc lift EXTRA SIZE 11 NON un thin 11,000 rn.lea Hill in good condition. eipect price. in-- i Klltt'oni moult tiptn teovlde thu quiluy n ih.i la oar cord tlree I to it it lent 40.000 mllei Item eathol I need icMiily Uiaca. ar that Ihe Pueetoae) Coed wilt be rar tiro choice for the future. Archie II. beard, III LateJle Hide, StiaaiaauCa. inlli. ?fe$tone TIRES CORD" J. E. Robinson I) tht bureau of Hurluts.