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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): October 13, 1921 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1921 cen1921101301_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 13, 1921 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1921 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE CENTRAL RECORD. THIRTY SKONB Tf A LANCASTER. KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON, OCTOBER 13. 1921. a. NUMBER "J. Nothing ever undertaken in (tarthe School Fair which is to take place 22nd., secured the service of Hon. attracted more interest than the one It irumiir to be one of tin mot 4 here Saturday, October 2!th., notice Sam Vilon, of Lexington to address which began at the Methodist church rard county will any ways near apNicholas iUe. Ky., Oct. Intf rt tintr fair ever hrM in the them on thi occasion. Major Wil- - last Sunday a week ago, under the proach or half excel the democratic county anil a program of unusual in- Charles N. Manning, Lexington bank of which may be found in another son Is one of the foremost demo- - leadership of O. II, Callis, an evange-crutl- c picnic that will be given by the demo president. In an address here tonight column of thi Issue, but from the terna ha been arranged. leaders in Kentucky, mude an list of unusual gift and eloquence, cratlc women of Oarrard county at Through the auspices ami aid of to Jessamine County tobacco grow - number of "big puns" and intellcc'tu- enviable record in the World's war His sermons are all full of food for the Garrard Tobacco Warehouse in county Chapter of the ers urged them to stand together for;al giant, who were present, It seem-th- e the Garrard marketing plan and ed to one not on the inside, that and is an eloquent and forceful thought and we have no doubt but Lancaster next Saturday week, OcRed Cross, Home field day exercised speaker The committee in securing that the .eed he is sowing dally will tober 22nd. added to the program declared that tinder that plan it is the main object of the meeting, was hi have been services are to be congratulated result in much good. His sermons The board of directors of this re- - possible for every man to get a fair to discuss among the teachers, the which will make it a day long two amendments and we predict that Major Wilson are free from doctrinallsm and one is warehouse very kindly donated the Is a t Importance of the .I I t iMamlkH fta t m n rsnirnrei price for hit tobacco, will be warmly greeted by a large easily convinced e under his persu- - use of the warehouse for this auspiHe declared that the plan showed that lire lo be voted upon at the and children of the variou schools' crowd on this day iavive influence, and when such takes cious occasion and have likewise ofsmall grower every consideration, vember election next month, of the county. place, the power of the spirit find fered its use to the opposing party Prof. J. W. Ireland, superintend-thinkin- g The exhibit will be held nt the that its fairness must appeal to every t entrance to the heart and the subject .should they desire it for one dny, man, that the financing of ent of the City Schools of Frankfort, STILL SIGNING exCourt House, while the field day yield and exerc!es faith Under Knormous preparation the growers was assured by the ac- - Prof. Green, supervisor of the High are being ercise wilt take place on the s ii are saved rapidly consumated to feed several i such preaching sinners tlon of the Federal sjeerve Hacking Schools of the State and V. L. Jnyne, Many School Campui. Gred Growers AClCieU through the power of the blood by thousand people and it is expected Rich-powill be System and promises of direct up-- of the Eastern State Normal at The follow liif exhibit gospel applied by the that by the War Finance Corpora- - mond, were on hand and gave some wilt on made and price contested for: To List This Week. ; the way of theMuch nrthmlnt- - nr.. rich. hand. several thousand lambs, hechickHolv SllirlL Hurgno, beef, tioti. aside from the indorsement giv. interesting talk on the responsibility No. t He.t Map of Kentuck). ling is agreed upon by the greater ens and old country ham will be serven the movement by Kentucky bank- - of the teachers and their duties and No. 2 lied Health Totter. growers are be. l!irt of tm. rtiiirnu worI( The ed in abundance and a great rally ,the importance of voting for the two coming farmer and No, 3 Best Drawing from Rural ers. more enlUhtened each day 0,. of th,. ....... 1i(.r..hf11i . will be held which will consume most Asa banker of long experience amendment, Prof. Green devoting onthe cooperative plan of marketing School, Ili'iit Drawing from (trad.j,.,. u ,hl. mu,1Ciiof tm. tiay turiM of ltnch himself. Mr. Manning gae his un-- ' his entire talk on this subject, and ed mn! Consolidated School. ' u, ne.r ... ,..n, b Mr. (Jfl.,,fl.,( wh(J Unlified indorsement of the plan mid convinced many that the amend-contrachnrf(f u0 No I llet Problem in Farm Arithsigned the contracu tin week. up ,,,.,,, chojrt ,,,, hajofbu,It Th(m. j(, 0(J thi. flf thc commUtM ,newi of the association as tend- - ment should be carried and urged have metic, stated and solved. A poll of the number of acres I(lccoIo adj aw a, (ol0wJ: Mn. J. C. Williams, ing to stahilire tobacco price and each teacher to give it their undivid-lan- d ,:lxoI,,oni. am, llutv No, fi. licit Business Letter. grown in Garrard county Inst year i materially to thc Mings, while he Chairman. values throughout the hurley ed support The assistant chairmen No G. Het Essay on Thrift, from ' now be.ng niade but has not been fflfu,n play ,oo, of hj, own .Wt,onof thi, conimittl.,. nrt.: Mr,. Ho!tan High School pupil. Dth. and I Oth. distnrt. complied. Thi i very important on 0IU. of th..,.. in.,Tam..ntt imtlar,!. Mr, ri,,rii.. ri..,n i Sapiru To Return. grade. none, it win te nn.i until tins i. i)utrlct pruyvr ,m.,.tinKS are htflu Luther Gihbs, Mrs. Dave Sander., Mr Sapiro will return to Kentucllejt Copy Hook from 6th.. No. " dilTicull to tell just when Garrard vU.ry muniinkr n ,ilferent parts of Mrs. Sallle Hos. .Mrs. Steve Walker, ky some tune this month to aid in 1th., 7th., and Mh grades. reached quota. ttle cUy j,y m. iai,u. Of Commerce hastf.. a.. . hero 75 per centt. ...... tm. ,own ,)t.. Mrs. II. J. Patrick. Mr. Sam Hael- . ion No. ti. lleU Kxhil.lt of Hand Work the final drive for the seventy-liv,,Klu u Kruers lnK i0tte,t ,nto four districts. At ' ilen nnd Mrs. Frank Marksbury per cent of the tobacco crop of l'J20. from 1st., 2nd., and rtrd. grades. On All Fours ed contract for a total acreage of ,,. oV0ck every morning a service! No. II. Drawing of School He in Kentucky last spring ami Best S.r.in. Commiit.. 1. 700 and a total pounds of 1,1! 10,. iimneii to nneen minutes, is held in Itsli explained the plan building and grounds from in detail to a Mrs. B. C. Rose, S.lfi. Then.- - figures have been turn- Secretary Gerard Abbott has all nf the stores on the public Mr. M fl k'..t.r,..,l. Bryantsvllle; group of Kentucky bankers, bui-neSchool Ilr..n,.,l1l... square. This innovation is bc,n,r four cylinder hitting In the Chamber ed in to the Lexington headquarter men. professional men and toNo 10. Best Note Book by Hay of Miss Zlllah Dnwes. Hrj'antsville: Mr! of Commerce and the various com- - There has been a number of mem- highly complimented nnd each meet bacco growers and warehousemen, Pig Club, Mr. bers ndded recently that have not ing is attended by from forty a Henrv McAfee. t No. II. Note Hook by Girl of win, iitintHmiiii.lt- ,.n,lnr...il tn.. tlnn mittees are looking after its, duties been turned in. ' Susie Jennings. Bucna Vista; Mrs. lftn', mt'rh 00i u fifty business men of the city. to be ac as a mean of stabilizing the price Sewing Club Green Howling, Marccllus; Mrs. Pau- Already Garrard county has silmi- Kvery icomplished through this organization the church i literal No 12 Host lri.v,l Dull l.v Clrl of tobacco. ed up more pound, than either Jes- - ly B,r,naMVi-4t"- ; during the coming year. i t LI limln, ln .'. ti,. w....'.,l.. u,...t Hatty, Steve Carrier. .amine or Lincoln countie.. and ' Membership cards have been No, 13 Best Specimen of Penman- tlon has endorsed the plan and the these have gone over the top. but Sunday evening, probably as to all individuals and firms con- ltnnnt liiv imii.il ship, by High School I Ith. and Feileral lttttrv Mrs. J. as Garrard n.ise.s much more tobac; om. hun,ir,,, couIlI nected a,t initl; 'caster; Mrs. Dick Anderson. Lancas- !. i...n..., in ui.iii it, 12th. grade. .l. ' merce. withis the Chamber of Com (fir i'umviiii mi u i .... c...i than either of the above counties .1... ,i Important that all those It No, 4. licit llooth from any school. unri'hnitia rraitit, nt nti nAii. ... I ,.tcr5 JIis Carru' Micr, Lancaster; u t.. WM" joined thi organization, he must naturally Jen un more Mr r,in l.,M.rnu...r. No, 15. Ilest Essay on pretention of linn..lk.. t Mrs. Flute Turner, Lancaster; Mis I women only. but who have not paid the amount pound in order to get her quota. ing as agricultural paper subject to Tuberculoid. Next Sunday afternoon at three f ruiiiiit- if uuu, imunvvier, .iis riosa The Field Day Kxercises in credit and on which pledged for the first jenr should resie Walker, Lancaster; Mis Pattie t COME ON! o'clock he will speak to niiin un i'i . mit to treasurer, W. O. Gondloe at ul. I...L. nrctlon with the School Fatr will be it will advance ; Anderson, Lancaster; Mrs. Tandy ianH we feel sure that the eJlice' a follows: nolillng such paper. A committee, Centers, !.ancaster; Mrs. Jim .i antis, 1 "X T 1 T" Tw i. ..Mil. 10 overnowmg. net iver-rumpKin yani uan ior itoys anil gins wnirn went in tvasmngton rrcently BoUte 2; Mrs. Tom Her-roMr. Callis held u meeting at Stan. lincaster, to Interest the War Finance Corpor- under 10 years. Mr. Tom Cotton. Mrs. Arch ' I)eci,'"ber and made many, oui sliaW RaiserS. 100 yard dtish for bos ami girls jation In the Hurley grower' move-fr, . .. , Walker. Mrs. J. It. Wood. Mr. Julia many warm friends while there I merit, ' Zanone, Mrs. m 10 to 15. received similar encorurage- - To Show Value George Spoonamore, Bal a re,ult of this friendship many from TI- ,- frnnt win.lnu ..f ... w.nr,i This rommittee was headed 100 yard dash for girls over 16. inent. Mrs. A. P. Price. Mrs. Ed. Price. the meetings Mn. Wood Burnside, 'office reminds one of the ngricultur- - Sunfonl "J by Judge Hingham and was composed TiO yard dah for boys over 16. Mts Lena' ( anced Hojj: Ration. !al denartment of the Kentucky State' ,,Vvr-U,t Thursday night Bright, Mm. Bruce Law-soStanding broad jump for boy and I "f members of the organization coin- Mrs. girls under 10. t mittee of J lie association. Kinnaird Bourne, Mr. Virgil Gasti-nea, Demonstration to show the value, largest pumpkins we have ever seen Success of the organization in Kunning board jump for bo)s Mrs. George Brown. Miss Kate of 11 balanced ration throughout the luiiKer m iciisi pledging the 11121 crop, some of its raised in any community. from 10 to 16. This U'.ilnNtu I . ..V...H.I...I . ami a . contlal I Wells. Mr. Prentice Walker. Mrs. j . ... in the economical production iu un 10 aiienn Jim Smith, Mrs George Smith, Mrs. Standing broad jump for girls L';;''.l,1;,tl",1,,u' wi" "u'a" nn wos grown by William Wig m luring monster ducted these service. 0110,000 in the amount paid to the' from 10 to IS. Will Dunlap, Mrs. 'Bright Herring, ni'ar 'N'ina tnl coun j . J( mumht.r n' W'lu Ken- -' Western Standing broad jump for girls over crea. of from 160 000.000 to $100,.'Uck Mr. Will Swope, Bryantsvile; Mrs. tumm , coopi.rntlon wlth ty and weigh 108 jt pound. It is 16 yelirs. 'grower of the district. Nomination C. C .Becker, Bryantsville; Mrs. V the extension division of the College " . V Itunning high jump for boy overi two good men to !. t it from Hayden Leave!, Mrs. Jimmy Sanders, fof Agriculture and county a).,.llt, ' Confirmed. Mr. Boone Sanders, Mrs. Will according to announcement by Grady inv nuKii hmo irniisivr ii to our Haw ball distance throw for all! Mrs. Charles Graves, Mrs. Geo. Sellards, .swine field agent of the col- window. Xonunation of Dr. John Glover Th,,r'" fully 1.000 cattle at That' not all. Mr. X. Miller irrouM excent irirls over IS. lege uiuler whose direction the trial South, of Frankfort, to be American Lane, Mr. Joe Kelly and Mrs. J. V. These will do basket ball goal the Nunnelley pens Monday and will be tfiiade. A total of seven dem- brought us a kershaw that weighs Minister to Panama was confirmed Hrynnt, Bryantsville. practically all were sold. Prices throwing. pounds. It is of the crook-neck- Entertainment Committee have already enrolled in by the Senate recently. Dr. South high but the demand was onstrator The three groups of girl will do were not Carlisle, Italian!, McCracken, and en variety mm ought to make n Is president of the Kentucky State Mi;s Alberta Anderson. Mis Lucy balancing while all bays will do cljiti good. The highest price paid wis Livingston hundred good pie. A sweet potn Hoard of Health and ha been active Spratt, Miss Helen Gill, Mis Lillian .counties. six cents for some choice yearling nlng. Jan. 1, 1922 the farmers will start to brought in by T. M .Arnold, many years in State civic and politi- Arnold, Mrs. Tom Ray, Mrs. V. A. steers. Some comweighs hvery school will be expected to nnd two-- ) ear-olover four pound and cal feeding n balanced ration composed circles. Mrs. Christine Bradley Lear, Mrs. Dave Rankin, Mrs. John is ofthe Xnncy Hull variety. A complete in a relay race. Four mon tulf sold us low as three and a of one part of tankage nnd nine jarob raised by William Kaney i South, hi wife, I a daughter of the Center, Mr. Kd. Perkins, Mrs. Wm. Mr A T Winn. . II. .v half nnt pupil from each school any age, the 'wrt ot eatn to Vtrowing fattening, l .t. . i...rge; late Senator William O'Connell Brad- - Swope, Mrs. Jess Sanders, Mrs. John distance to be covered will be one-ha- owner of the Xunnell..e S.net l..n. w.e " ..Lll. In case whefe the animals are ' ley and has been a political leader! Gill Kinnaird, Mrs. Coleman Gultey, tUt li..t Ini fstv nvi Mntiilnv mile. ever seen annum wiese -- i... .i,.. i...i'to be pushed for early market th Fatened to n telephone pole illggins. or the Kepublicun women in Ken- Mrs, John Anderson, Mis Buulah j...,f..i II SIH 11.111 All one and two room schools may nniii.. just In tucky. She SJSllltl Its tt i..t.r...k.l..s r.ttlitn Mrs. John Tribble, Miss wa a delegate from the Kdwards, end one pupil for each contest. '".V Kand'china gilt of Harry D . e Lucille Thompson, Mis Mary Doty, to the Republican The school with three rooms, or Convention and is a member Mrs. Holumn Brown. Mrs. X. MilFrye, of the Hubble sect! o,d to more, may send two. Just 14 feet and , " of the Republican Xational ' ler, Mrs. Henry Arnold. Mrs. J. E. a iny.or county man won the Wuej . Don't take our word for these things, Prizes will be given to the schools ., , Dr. South will succeed Wi. Elmore, Mrs. Robert Shearer, Miss fair last " winning the greatest number of lie ar the lampl.ellsvile just call and take n look, it will pay liam "ill ' contlnu. you. Jennings Price, Danville, who Mayme Ballard, Mrs. W. M. Elliott. week over a big lot of entries. She points. So every school should enhas been American Minister to I'ana-m- u Mr. Joy Williams, Mrs. Scott HutT-tnawon first premium In junior gilt clus en unui i nc animals are placed on ter pupils in every contest. nearly eight years. Mr. Price is Mrs. Will Bowling, Mrs. John of Poland China and 4th. in junior the market ami will inrludi; the hog100 points for, 1st. place, in each Money. oybeuus regarded here a one of the ablest Campbell, Mr. R. J. Walker. Mrs. gilt class of nil breeds.- - Interior ging down of corn and contest grown together. Joe J, Walker report that the diplomats in the service und hi work Annie Anderson, Mr. Walter Lock, 76 point for -- ml. place, 60 points Journal. money for the September jurors is in connection with the recent trouble Mrs. John M. Anion, Mrs. Fred Snyfor 3rd. place, '.'6 points for Ith. now ready for distribution. Call on between Panama and Costa Rica der, Mrs. T. S. Pieratt. Mrs. E. L. Culling place. him nt Goodloe and Walker Hrothers was considered of such importance Woods, Mr. Robert Champ, Mrs. There will be n school parade in The Culling Demonstrations held hardware store. that the Harding Administration Forest Ron, Mr. J, E. McGuire, Messrs. Webb nnd Joe Kelley, two the morning and prizes will be given on Thursday and Friday by Mr. A. made no attempt to supplant him Mrs. Simp Roger. Mrs. Carl Pruitt, for The greatest number of pupil in of Gnrrard' best fishermen, motored S. Chapin, Poultry Specialist from with a Republican until the contro-vers- Mrs, Ed Brown, Mrs. Webb Kelly, to llockcostle Springs last Tuesday SuDDer. nny one school. With proper conthe College of Agriculture, and Miss had been settled. Washington Miss Jennie Higt'lu, Mis Mary May sideration of enrollment distance for a few days fishing. IteporU Joyce Syler, the Home Demonstrn- 'rh,r4 wl" b' a Pil' "PI"'r at Xina Star. from there suy the water I right and Walker, Miss Sallle Lou Myers, Miss from Lancaster and best regalia Krlduy night, October Nth., at 7:00 Allie Mae Edwards, Mrs. Joe Hamilthe fish are hungry. Luck to these tlon Agent, were very well attended display. oV,ock Hharl'. Kverybody cordially nnd the Interest manifested by the Lays. ton, Miss Eliza Grow, Mr. Ed. Very Low. men and women wus splendid. 1'VI-'- I t cine and bring a pie afld Gaines, Mrs. Ike Xaylor, Mrs, Xaomi The., demonstrations weru held at Packet book also, Mrs. Same Anderson Daily, is Hamilton, Mrs. B. P. Swope, Mr. G. New Uniforms ,. M .. . .ii ... .i... i W. A. Ramsey's home, Manse, Mr. Mr. James C. Stone, of Lexington C. Walker, Mr. It. H. Butson. Mrs. The local foot ball team have re- John Hicks, Lancaster; Mrs, T. D. Dig UanVllie. will address the farmers and grower brother. A T. Anderson in this city L. (i. Davidson, Mn. Annie Holtz-claof Garrard county at thh court house ceived their new uniforms and from O'Hearn, Lancaster pike and Mr. Miss Minerva Cox, Mrs. J. I. Danville is going to put the bigjjml 1,0 ""l"1 ' entertained for her here next Saturday afternoon upon now on will take, this scalp of every Hubert Carter's Uuckeye. pot In the little one next Monday, j recovery. !'liy""inn say the end Humllton, Mrs. Talbott Jenkins, and Poultry men and women are be- when the merchants and citizens of ma' come at any moment. the issues of the Mrs. A. B. Estridge. plan opponent who attempti to cross their of marketing tobacco. Mr. Stone goal line. Watch and see. Good ginning to realise that the loafing the town will nerve u burgoo dinner, knowa this plan from "A" to ".'" game tomorrow with Nichohnville. hen Is an expensive proposition und to the farmers and tobacco growers Good that culling in late August and Sep- of Boyle and surrounding counties. and is able to clearly demonstrate it tember is the only way to get rid A cordial invitation is extended to all to the public. A great opportunity 'apt. W. T. King report New First Student What shall we doT two Mr. Chapin of her. emphasized the farmers and tobacco growers of ; 'pU'mlid sales last week. One sale ia now knocking at the door of the Second Student I'll spin a coin. Mr. J. W. Homans announces that keeping pure bred stock, good care Garrard cunty tobacco grower, if he prepara- of personalty of the late John Wynn, If it's heads we'll go to hunt rabbits, he has turned over the management and regular feeding, both summer these counties and ample only would respond. tions will be made to entertain them. near Paint Lick, where everything tails we go to find chestnuts, and if of his opera house to Mr. L. K. and winter Organisation of men sold well and everybody paid cash it stands on edge we'll study-Pl- ease Sale of Women's and MIbm fine Thompson, of this county and he will and women iato Poultry Clubs was Hen. Campbell Can trill will speak for what they bought This indidon't Say, "If it stands during the day upon the Dresses. charge Immediately. Mr. also urged by Mr. Chapin. These Value. $2.5 U take Mr. King also on the edge we will go to the cates beter times. plan of m a luting tobacco. 149.6 at f 19.50. All material and Thompson proposes to put on only organltationa have been very' sucsold his "Vinegar Hill" farm Just pie supper Friday evening, caters at TUB HUH, Danville, Ky, high class pictures and ask the sup- cessful In other counties in KentuStoves polished, Call Hugh Gibbs over in Madison for prices that were Oct. 21." Just come and help the port of the movie public. It. ckyWhy not Garrard? thoroughly satisfactory to Mr, k!r.. school by buying a pie. at Central Record. , 1 ' a. i No-th!.an-rmtrr ' -1 rt ct f TEACHERS MAJOR SAM INTEREST NEXT SATURDAY MEANS NEW ERA MEETING WILSON UNABATED For Garrard County WEEK Exhibits. Lexington Banker Sees Held Here On Last To Speak At Ladies The Methodist Revival That Will Be The Big Day Earrclses Field Adld. Saturday. Democratic Picnic. Sure Prospect Of Shows Increased Day In Lancaster The annual School Fair which has Those in charge of the democratic Prosperity In Mar-- . (inrnird county Ever) teacher in Attendance. been In vogue hen- for ewrl years picnic to be conducted by the ladies Woman's Demoratic Barbecue. iirn to Lancaster lint Saturday, will lie held again thi year on Satketintf Project. Not in many years has a revival cidentally to make arrangements for of Gnrrurd county, Saturday, Oct. urday, October 2tth. - SCHOOL FAIR IQAVC wn a I PAC AM uuni PIunii In- u. FUNCTIONING , e Chamber Hitting . . ... 11 s ,. Itc-.- - .,!,,. r, .nu uiLZy i' mZJlV'' ; 1 'T' ThTn' ' 1 "' -- FARMERS lie a n, o Of g r ZZlntint,.. vA.i-iun.-- v u, in!f South's " Stanford Court , s. d lf vi-- T" ' T'T" 1 .lit. i "'"'" ,',.,... .... ZiHZ ," HMmSSt lJUlV Jury State-ut-larg- Xa-tion- Com-mitte- e. n, At Rockcastle Demonstrations Pie y , Nxt Saturday liay in Sales Pie Supper Management. 8ale te The Central Record, Lancastor, Ky. Thursday, Oct 13 1921. I .Mr. H fm iH eleven one and .Mr, tfdwnni riat, Ohio, will make tlwtr future j o J! MANY LIKE THIS III LANCASTCR HRYANTSVILLH (Dekyoil) here. The Hhoel I. fdaawtaie ra the School FMr at her attend-.ni- t Ort. .'1st. The K. Y. P. U. r nicely and Dm pat Ml Mine fwni fln- - pro- - irram. ' Wado Sparks and Urwtard f Irviao ar vtolthnt frteud Mc. in this I uinity. Mr. A. J. Kidd ha Me rty at Nina. be movraw nmh. boawht prop, and family will i j I Fnendh' Gentlemen BURLEY" TURKISH The perfect Mend of the three perfect cigarette tobacco; in one perfect cigarette n one-eleve- Mim Mary Hrown spmt the week ' aad Frnnk Kutrhtn attndd Xhr memortal r- -' end with relative In Itnca4er. j ie at Gilbert Crk chnrch Sun- Mr. HaliiwMn, of Panviile. wn Un a J M.j ftp Jay. pue Sunday of Mr. ti. II. Hnfeomb j Kverybwdy want t attend the Mr. II. C. UuWe pnt a fw day:) III PirTM AVE. Hallow ene enturMimnt at the ktt week in Cincinnnti on bMi4n. plenty of chol. TWre will k Mr. KtM I'tTkin ha been ifuite ' Lancaster were Kuets Tuesiiay of phoU. Jara'lnten and witche. ill, but i mmii Wtter lit tW wrfUni;. Mr. and Mr. W J. Itroadu. WALLACLTON Date will be announced later. Mr. Wm. Lear, of Ijnc.uter. Mr Mrs. C. M. Doom and Mist. Stella Tbe Baker School played th t Delayed. Mne Craw were in Danville shoppini; Carrie Wnlli, of Del Hi. Texas, and Junior kit Thumlay afterMr.. Wesley Calico is ill at thi noon Mr. Tom Wall, of Portsmouth, t) The core wa to i in favor TnttriNfuy. writing. Mr. I to Himtin, of linrater. Dr t the Haker Schoo' The Carter-.l- e Mr. Al Curtis and children, of. and Mm II f Ho- -. Mr H II Mi. Tabytha Johnson entered were the ue--t litst week of bo! hail the urpne of their Itallard and Mi May me Itallard an.l chool at Rerea Sept. Jlst. : if when tw irir walKcl out Mrs. J. Iloffan lialiaH. Mr Mary Woolfolk. of N xiniftnti Mr. ami Mrs. John Wilder r tw.e " from the . rhool and tn , MoHrt. IStcbarti and Whiter were ueH T'ir-.la-y of Mr an.l' put out utner proud parent of tint- bo were not to te I of Wilmorv. wre the fmt of Mr ICot.t (iu i friend" her Sunday. ! I mm,, I Car-trrtvi- ll I . . 20foil5f cigarettes Brack Fmitt ha retarnod home! from an txtondod visit with hi 4 . in Leximrtm. Mr Joiin Oaina aave the youn folk a elal last Friday niffht. Al' reported a tin thtlf . Misse Inw and Lillian Hntchin Ml with I ent the week-en- d ,V.rlyn and Vola Ouinn. Misse Kvelyn and Vola iinn and Florence fist rM re were the nf-- ' lni and trmonn iruert of Ml Lillian Hut chin Sunday. tt-r- In Ueinn Published Laeh Issue. The frdktwin in but one ol many eerarrin: .tally in Laniaoter. It is an oasy nattier t ertly ft. You tNMK arft tor better proof I. C MMimm, farmer. Star Routo, ay "We ari scMiim wltbmrt a box ttf Kidney I'll) tmmlr In the 1mm o. I Have wmiI this n oerul rmet when my katacy were R m mr trouble and it never failed to do me muni, I am a farmer anil have rnldoratrio rxpoouro and Unnl work to undormi and tHf put M kMe) out of rr ' utforrd a lot from rcieKactt? ami pains mniuRti my nipn ann there wan ona tlmo when I wn My klitneyn were wonk IwUtif and unnatural moat nf the tlmo. I waatM to p tbo erretiotii overy Uttlo while, too When I any of tkeoe ymttnin rnmlm; on I no ta Spoonamore'. Itik Store ami et a l of Ioi.n Kidney rill. After tiMnr thtwi a while iny trouhle i.e. Blmllrr Cases ae Mr. Henry the rick t. H-- C. KuWe hn been on ' Itev. A. I'. Jonw llHrns l wm the M Snmlay af Mi father. Mian N'aruM week-ow- KWt ln cuct( nil I Montuomi r lit l)n pont the with rotative oeaan ItoHrne. Mis Mary Hrwwn wm the yue.f last Wednesday aiwt af Ml Ste'l.t Ma week-en- (irw. Stella Ma.. Orow ent tin with hor aunt, Mr. l'h;n Wtlsno, of N'iehoiasvHle. Mr. I). II. Ckoalhnm, of Ashlat. . wa the wek-eHr. Rtioot of muthiT. Mrs. Itry Cheatham Mr. and Mr. lUbort Oulley in Mr. .lease (iHlley were ue of i ,i frl tites in I.exiHotnn Sunday. Mi Mnme Lee lialloril ha u turned home after iveml ifnys tav with reltiv in I.o.tni;ttt. finw corrected " dealer 0c. al foster Mil barn Mrs. Mary Woolfoll; return..! to Mfis Iluftalo. S. V Co. her home in Lexintfon Sunday after tny with her siMer. eveml doy Mia d '"' PI d 1 "V. i CANDIES bon-bo- ' BRYANTSVILLE Mr and Mr. M. G. an.i Mr. Wm. Ciainn Hntchin. Mr. t K. II. Mallard. Mr. and Mr. W. J. l!ruddus and Mr. ami Mr. I.onin W. IlrswdH an. I Mim I.vttie llroadu were truest Sunday of Mr and Mr. William ) Hroadut, of Mr. Came WaUn, of Del Rio.1 Ten and Mr. Tom Walls, of l'ort mouth, Ohio and Mrs. Wm Lear, of Mrv. Surprise your lovcil ones hy Inkini; home to llicm n box of our delicious Chocolate Chocolntes nre ninde from the licsl mntcrinls encli pi?ce is perfection in the art of cnnily innkiii". The boxes come in various pnr.Us strni(ht and chocolntes, chewing cliocolntes, or chocolates. Take home n box today. Perfumes and toilet articles. Come to US for it. J McRoberts Drug ' Store In BOONEFARMERS Will Test And liaise .i- Con-ant- Value Of Cows. a further tep in :tu reading value nf their herds wun Moone ur.ty farmers who are owner of become :n prod Urine MUaud on. Set of the Csmpbell-ww i " ii:ij v . nt ion aad wilt pla their trirusl tost for register i r. acconlina to a report of K '. trntmg asportation thr wi.i be able to obtain these records Roone ounty farmer won more than 7l' in cieii pttoo on their dairy exhibtU I 'air. accerdmr to Mr at the ft i lrewitt van S3 Mr. A. T. Christopher, of Soraer t spent a few days last week with Square I.otran lfon and Mi Elsie M si PLUMB- li n. ING S: s ' I ' La i " L SLL MCCARTHY The I'l I MHKIi Gulltring, Elc. of Lancaxtt i wa the met last week of Mr K H Hallard. Mr. Canme and Mr. John Hryant. John and Mrs. Newt Hendrm an i Mn. Myrtle llendren of Kirfcaville jwere the nwi wot Sunday of Mr and Mr. Jeasl Culley. Mr lr Hlbr!. MAN'S BEST AGE A man is as old an his organs ; he can bo as vigorous nnd healthy nt 70 as at 35 if he aids his organs in performing their functions. Keep your vitul organs healthy with Fall Planting. ht OF ALL KINDS OF HARDY TREES. SHRUBS. HEDGE, GRAPE VINES. ROSES. PERENNIALS, EVER-GREENS, nfiiif . . . GOLD MEDAL Sallit TeaUr and Mis Kthei, of Buckeye, were the atirat t..- xuests last week of Misk MarLexington St. Lnncastcr, Ky. ft 'bi.. Shop Phone 69. tha Curtis. Ths wc M'i iur.!arj it - e,'v for tcUlny, scid lioubl livtf t UJJ r an t T ie ladies of the W. C. T C. will inc "f .ftl li. i stlmuUtem .! u. Ihirc slirs. dcni Priday at the vu; s nair an y McCREARV Ki ii.i W:kir. home of Mr, ltelle ToMlhssun ami tcpt im i t ' Mr an. I Mrs. IUbv Hurt pint tne Mrs. W. K. Cunnimrbam. i Delayed, i lav Sun.iav with Mr. anil Mrs. Mar- Mrs. J. II. Kdward, Mbw Allie Mae .Mr. Kill rretn very ill at thj.'hal Preston, Mr. Thomas Hnry Kd . ,.. writinie. s n.t Hdward and v wards w ere idlest k4 Fnday o' Mrs. Homer ay, who has twen'Mr. Iiran Wilmot were in Rich-- ! f rietida in Xicnoiasville. ill is improviaic rapidhr. mmd Sunday. Mr. and Mr. David Rankin. Jr. Mhw Kdith Kiiy fpent t Mr. and Mrs. S, M. Turner wtti nntbti over Thursday with Miss Vrna Hay W th bc44d of hfe siater, mrl are receiving rottjrraiuialtons arrrvai ot a itttaly little .Mis manda Coy, who U vary ill rrcent ! Mr. Lewis Walks r wave a pech Sho ha been named Jan. at Teatersville Wedo lay aXtor-nooi Mr. J. lloftan Itallard, Mr Al Tho man who it trtw to hinwolf i . CurtR of Iaris. Mioses Mayme I. Mb Mariori Wtmrruit pat the nauam nl miix Dawes wot in Utter a traitor to oifctire. mvtht Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Danville Thursday shoppia:. S. M. Turner. Tell your troubles to your enemy Master Maurke Chnstophor ha Mr. and Mrs. Sam Cotton spent It is the greatest punishment you returaed ta hi haate ia Somerset afthe day Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. ran inllut upon him. ter teveral month stay with hi irrandfather, Ssjuare Isasb Standard'' Mise - ' u-- . il.-r- all-da- ' I'rewitt, itairy estension opetia-. f the Collago of AfncuKure ll.ne county is rvrofpinted as one bi-- t f uiiairy counties in K n dairy spVcttiito av. but the ru.k. :a.rwnen realise thai thiy rnn.t i.niirt.-inthe hih-- t pim- - for their naU until the have an "iTuia! ' f them and know w hn-- . 'Mir H .r. an Vtitterfat ri M I .r., ITTC. M rectimmetul. il in ir aia- toy. I'riie hat ami ki1 KRKK to eery one inter sted 'in k in iihI nurni r No aKent. & SONS H. F. HlLl.ENMl.YER Lexington, Ky. -- i , It f v . I c., i ' j I ie n. w il -- mmW It" aad E3v--v--- v, Mr. m cStl Farmers! Farmers! I I I I!) I ! I (!) Get the "More Money" Habit. evurythiiiK the furmm mnU in the and WMcUiiiKry Hn. KvarytUwg we nell mi'iut "more mttiiwy" for tliu Hf II I I! (i) ! Xiebobii-ville- . tr.irct . re the truest a few- - day tM week wnh Mr. and Mr. J. 11. Kdwarde ami fi.n..! Mr. M. u. Kennedy, Mrs. K. 11.' K.i ..tr.l. Mis Mayme Rallaril un.l Mn. Fred Suttn atteadoil the CmI!i Revival mootimr ia Lancaster Sunday afteraaon aad Niifht. Mr. and Mr. Forest Curtis eater tnim-I'nday to dinner the follow iiik iruct: Mr. aad Mr. Thamn Henry Kdwards. Mis AUttt Mae Kd-ward, Messrs. Calvin Kursmr and W. T. ltowrne Kii wards, of Mia Mar j I.e i Silvt the proliloiii of fuel high-irimr l futl-snviiiK lv itiHtiilltitu tlifK-iiMitifi- Cheat aaaal FIIRNACPl ('altirit' l'ijlww for I I I 1 We I 111 ! I I I I I fil Paul Sutton. A full lino of Field good, Wheat ami Rye. Tile Fiio rtrick. Clay and ' Common Knek. Cement, Rock and jSand Riftht l'ricos.' ; I I Give yon summer warimh (70 Bret Kiiaratttcctl) in every room in toldoat weathttr rut fuel Mils SO to X. the iirininal fur jwieitt, N... Mlfi.SI)!. Thi exrlusiw t'uktril" feature makea piele InatiiiK succnrnftil and imita-lo- r date not rofiy it. The CakiriC t Imiiiu of IS rooms i NH-k- - The CaloriC iiacc tri4e-ensinf; ) CAR HARD MILLING Mr. and Mrs. CO. fnni. 8 J. H. lidwurd tatur-- i - In-a- ! (!) Modern wieceiM rtMitiirou iikmIoi'ii methodn. There 'k a woHU af moihod in umna tlnww modorn for extntctlnK iro profitttUU rturtiH from the mil. The moat wiccea-f- nl fnrniors todny re tlioe t who keep in touch with sciuutiiio mtlintsg and inveidkut. Mon.y comtiH onaiur U them. tin-lntoa- I I ) I I Why not let it come just as imay WE SELL FOR CASH. t you? I Becker & Ballard I BKYANTSVILLE, KENTUCKY. tamed Wednesday at auapor iH hnor of their son. Mr. Taoasa llunry Kdward and wife. Taos prtamit ;were M ! jlle ltu Toator hhI Hthel Ray. of Iturkeye, Mis Marthi t'urtis and Mr. Calvin (turner and Mr Paul Sutton. The marrtaxe of Mb Margaret Lou Curtis and Mr. Thomas llunry Hdward look place ky the oirieuiting minttiur, the Rev. W. I. Clark, in Wilmore reeeatly. Mis Curtl U u iluuohtir of Mr. and Mr. Forest' Curtis of this plate, while Mr. Kd-- J ward i a son of Mr. aad Mr. J. II. L'dwards and w a weUktwwa farmer. The bride worn a (due IravoUaj; suit; with iovr aad bat to mutch. The attendant were Ml A We Mne K.I. I ward, Miss .Martha Curtis, Mr. Robt. j Klwurds. They wiH niuke tliolr. home ut ti e Krooin'a home. or lea through one register. fota s than Mow to lieat Kitne spare. No ixviiMve inl.ill.itiin, iui plumbing no piei to frccae. Mode hy !arge-.- t in.inuf.i. ttirer of warm-ai- r fiirnao s in the world. Over 125,000 uiats, many in tliia coiuimmity. HASELDEH BROS. Lancaster, Ky. THf) ORIGINAL 'PIPELESS FURMACE. TIIIPLECASINC PATENT lMEM.iCQl02Ol if ill Th Central Record. Lancaster, Ky. Thursday. Oct 13, 1921 IHamanllkAreDDe To Impurities in the ni Pure, Rich, Red Mood Nourish Lmeate. Waste ProdisH. r UmmuAtL M..w Fxw. f Skin Disorders and a Lowered Vitality. Hew S. S. 5. Clear the Wood of Watte Product. in nutrition and throwing off waste product. This process goes on all during life. Uut, sometime the or Kan tlo not properly function and Ralph Put to the Acid Test Br IKEDEKICK CLARKE ui the Body and Fifhts Off pi'KM I lii w(tn lirl ihi). I Stmtftur I mm til llie r.. M,lt lllllpll lllllt Your system in continually taking theo wnt products, Instead of pass-Inj- c out through the porr of the skin, through tho kidney and through tho nllmenUry canal, are absorbed in the Mood. Then tho blood become poisoned, and cannot properly nourish the system. IU health sets in. You may lose your strength nnd vitality; or you may have rheumatic pains In the mus-cl- e nml Joints; or you may be troubled with bad bolls, sores or some otr.tr skin eruptions. All because of the txilsonous wnsto products In the blood. Nature now needs help, She has dona her !xst but Is falling. A LOYD. The little son of Mr. and Mrs. Harris Teater U sick at thl writing. Mrs. S. X. Sanders pent several days with Mr. and Mrs. William Ray last week. Mr. Newt Sander spent sjveral dy with Mr. and Mr. Wm. S. Ray last week. Mrs. Fred Snyder and little daughter Alllc II. visited Mr. and Mrs. Wm. S. Hay Saturday. Mr and Mr. Wm S. Kay wish to announce the arrival of a Ane baby girl, burn Oct 5th The httte Mim I A. H. Basti hud ii prixpcniiK fu tun in Hi,. Minn, of tli,. emu. miij , (')niliin xwi. jnt u v A merfamily. lin ii Klrt "f "I lell )mi. I'm a liuppy hi a king, blood purifier should be used at once to assist nature to throw off these old limn," iild lUlph tu his cliuui, "It e.'iii u though I SMi nt wasto products. In king all the tunc." S. S. 8., the standard blood puri"How Iikik date jmi enguced)' fier nnd system builder, is the ideal a.k-IVtemoii gloomily. remedy In these cases. The effect of "Two weeks." muttered ltalili S. S. 8. Is to rid the system of the ecMutlcally. poison which nre causing the trou"Walt till It's two inuiitln," snld Peble. For over 60 years, S. S. S. has terson dnrkly. proven to be of unusual merit. Ileiiry Peterson whs Hourly thirty Get S. S. S. at your druggist. Use it strictly nccordlng to direction and UN life whs iiiMiiie to hare Ihh-i- i write Chief Medical Director. Swift permanently hllKhtrd by an imfortli-lint- e Specific Co., 721 S. H. 3. Laboratory, hih! in) Merlons lute ITnlr a Jeur Atlanta, Ga and let him help you previously. regain your health nnd strength. He "What do you menu by that" deIs helping every day. Ask him to send you his Illustrated booklet, manded Ralph lllslr hotly. "I lilrnti," niiNweretl IVtersoii, "Feet About the Hood" free. S.S.3 "speaking iulle liiMTj.i.iiallj-- . of Is sold by all drug store. course I mean that wuiliaii liiut lie kept In subjection In onl.-- r to Injure Ibey has hren christened Charlotte Altie. happlnes. The ort of It Mrs. Uay before her marriage was are m ciinultiK." "C)hthU Uut eniiiiliiK!" rxchilim-Mi Lindn Sander, the daughter of! Hnlpli liiilliriiiiiilly. "At least, not In Mr and Mrs. Newt Sander. j the way you mean." The following caller of Mr. and! Tbey nre nil eimiillig," liislsti-Mrs. William Hay during the day IVtemoii. "At tlrst they urn a meek as milk; then, Sunday were: Mm. Newt Sander llielr leiitncle when they hate huh ml llrmly round their and son, James nnd daughter, Nancy, they tiefiln to their Jmiw-eMiss Edith Harper. Mrs. U U Little l) little they t Its tin doMr. Tom Doolln and daug- minion; at lat the ly arrive when hter, Cora and Flora, Mr. and Mrs. lliey hate einuelied llielr tlitltlt" mid Jese Hay and sons, Mr. and Mrs. are supreme." "I'etenoil." ..lid Ralph. Ida fine Ilailey Ray ami son, Mr. Henry' Hay, H'iifc Mr and Mrs. J. I) lUy, Mr. Henry pal with MHcer. "If eter ou lu that wny about Mli Ilium ugHiii Sebaitaln and Mr and Mrs. AIn I shall Imte nollihu inure to (to with Illack and baby. ou." tttt of i In Ilnlpli wm neni-lrnux'loii of l'etermi irinrk when Cjntliln began to olnmer lotiHg llttlit iitlcn tlonx ukiii liliu. For lntiiiiie, there vent llmt blrtlHlH)- gift of n lioi of lKur. Iialii Illalr was fund of cl- gars, but C J mills had cliiieu tlieM lieeuue of Hie Mrture on the box, which li roiitldervd nrtlMIr That he liwil to hurry through the , with imluful reults, Ixn of rather IIinu det:elttully delroy Its mlfilit have teen u pu'lng Hf tut then mine the utTnlr ' fair only of the neckwear On the flfth of () toiler I'ynthlo hniidiil him an ohliing box. Mirroiindiil with prettily colorel mier. Itirhle 1UIii found n crllil'ou and )eltow tie. He stared at it lilt j L.i:u. u,l"'r " distortion, Mini of I hf lr vintage- Jlltlllll lVll Hill ETE OPENING VALUES IN IUI.. Illalr mi tl'ilitit well-to-d- CLOTHING, Overcoats and Shoes MARKED DOWN TO PRE-WAPRICES. When we said in our last ad "We are confident in the buying public that if the prices are right-th- ey will buy," WE WERE RIGHT, for they have bought and bought heavy. R e 1 Our Trade Has Been Enormous We are still continuing the Pre-War d Prices. tic-tllH- r FULL LINE YOUNG MENS, PLAID BACK, LATE STYLE Mat-tlie- OVERCOATS WE HAVE A BEAUTIFUL LINE OF SWEATERS FOR LADIES, BOYS AND MEN. Our Stock is Complete, Fresh and Clean in every Department WE KNOW THE WAR IS OVER and have made prices .eTtl.el., lii'lli;-liutloi- y - accordingly NEW GOODS COMING EVERY DAy Give us your confidence and we will give you the prices. iUr. 1 cou-tent- , 1 R.H. B ATSON'S CASH STORE LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. wns kind enough to donate $100.00 Mrs. A. B. Wynn motored to Dan-vilto the school for the laboratory. Saturday morning taking with Mr. Jack Holers has purchased Miss Ava McWhorter and Rev. her the following ladie to the W. C. Ford Roadster, Wm. Roers were recent guests of T. U. Convention at that place: Mr. N. II. Young, Mrs. F. II. Smith, and Little Mis Wilma Duncan is rv- - Miss Cora Ilryant at Lancaster. ported a dolnc nicely. Large crowds are attending the Mrs. Fred Hall, alto Miss Mary Dane Wynn. A splendid dinner wa servMr. U. A. Hervey pent most of revival services at the Christian ed In the basement of the Christian church conducted by Rev. Purvis. last week in Louisville. church. All enjoyed the day very Mr. Will Roger, of Red Houe Mr. and Mr. J. 1). Ilurcheil entermuch. wns the week-enguest of hi partained Itev. Tunis last week. ents, Mr. and Mr. W. I. Rogers. WOLF TRAIL Mis Ruth Hons was the Sunday Rev. W. A. Ramsey and Mr. J. N". truest of Miss Ava McWhorter. Mr. Mose Ray spent one day last Denny were in Paris Tuesday to atMr. isU6r tend the synod of the Presbyterian week with Mrs. Andrew Stotts. . W. Kstridue was a in Louisville part of last week. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Moberley church. d illmnn)'. JCOY Mr. C. M. Moberley U visiting her duhgter, Mrs, Johnson Speake. Mr, mil Whlttaker spent Sunday with Shcrrow and attended the meeting at ML Hebron. Mr. and Mr. Dillard Simpson and two children were the guests Saturday ntght and Sunday of her parent, Mr. and Mr. Less Hill. Mr. Mary Ann Sanders and Mr. Thompson Sander spent Saturday Mr. L. Cobb. Mattle lleulah Cobb spent Ml last week with her cousin, Mis Al-le- That I for joii. learet. I niude It myself,' satd Cjnthla pniuilly. "Hut CiUhy, I enn't wear this!" exnight and Sunday with her son, Mr. claimed Halph lu horror. Then, ee--1 Jim Sander and family. lug her eye cloud, he added hastily: "I mean. It's too good for me, dear chilMrs. Walker Ilurdette and eat. What would a fellow like my. dren sptiU from Wednesday until Milf look like, wearing a beautiful tie Friday with her mother, Mr. H. '.. like thlsr Cynthia smiled hnplly, Price, who is en the sick list. "Never mind, dear." sh ssld. klsv Mr. and Mr. Wllbert Taylor of Inc him. "When it's worn nut I shall Lexington, spent Saturday night and make you another." Hefnro he Irft she mailt' him promSunday with her parents, Mr, and ts to wrsr It ery day. He drred Mr. J. O. Harden and family. h too somberly. told htm. Halph Mr. and Mrs. James Sander and promised, and lint linm.-- . culplnc. little daughter, attended the meet- When he invoke next ninnilng he ing at ML Hebron Sunday of last hoped that the tie would look better hy daylight. Instesd It looked worr. week and were the dinner guest of "Ho, fellows, look at Illalr. sane Lee Grow and family. Mr. and Mr. out th ) otitic" t bookkeeper at the office. "Say, Illalr, you ain't married, ! PAINT LICK la i Money for Tobacco Growers Mr. Farmer When you deliver your tobacco to tho Association Hurley Tobacco Growers' you are KoinK to need sonic money, and you are going to get it. Ninety-fiv- e Per Cent of Your Banker are for you in this proposition nnd will advance you the money, through your Aitociation. He-serve The Federal Reserve Bank Board says your local Bankers can get the money from the Federal Dank if they need it. The. United State Government, throUKh the War Finance Corporation (orKunized for the purpose of helping the farmer), will loan nt lenst flfty per cent ofHhe mnrket value of you crop to your Association, which will turn it over to you. All You Need to Get the Money on Your Crop is to Kct the teventyfive per cent of all Hurley tobacco in your Association. The rest it Easy. Sign Your Crop Immediately nnd get the benefit of the marketing plan for this year's crop, or write for contract to Biirity Tobacco Growtrs Association Co-Optrat- ive 4, Jokat lutMiaf , UaktgtM, Ky. this writing. Everything at the Wynn sale sold well considering such a scarcity of money and the reduction in the prices of stock. There will be a pie supper at the Manse school house Saturday night, Italph, promts e ou'l! let It curl for the benefit of the school. Come over )our forehead like-l- ike ll)nn.- Ml Cora Ilryant was the attrac-"No- everybody and help up tlnuly Italph Illalr drew lilmelf Mrs. T. H. Smith entertained the Outlila," he mild, "let us on tive Ruest Sunday afternoon of MiM Christian preachers, Rev Purvis and dors t nd one another, I am not coIiib Avn McWhrter. to te a poet, l am eoiiik to lie a tele- j.,M .j. Urumfi..j. of virhoIas- - Rev. Van Winkle and wife and phone man. And I am not EolK to , , nltractIve t of MiMMinter of Here recently, look like Ityron. llyron whs a slot, I Rev. Wm. Roger has re turned i am ro ne to have nv is r cronned: Emmu Burcm.. n I .... mlM nr Mr Dan Uras.field rom KOCkcastlC County, ne ar ill n M,L ll. of lr. until 1 get tlreil. and then I hall spent Sunday with hi son, Mr. Thos. Vl'rnon wn.cr" ,UJ vll,tfd " bout four day and did some preaching, ow Logsdon nnd family. switch off to ny color I choose. dear, I don't want to lie harsh, hut Jas. Hurvc Ralston has bought of Mp Jlm re of Beren ,wa you uiu.t eh.. between Hyrou and Robr. Kstridge hi entire line of dry cent guest of her brother, Mr. Tho. me goods mnl groceries end is about "Italph!" aobbed Cynthia, and burled Logsdon nnd family, ready to open up for business. her face In her hand. Overcome with Mr. and Mr. Robt. Kstridge have Mr. Martha Wynn, Mrs. W. U. remote he gently withdrew them moVl.a in wlth Mr E- - E Kstridge on .. Roop, Mr. J. T. Thompson and Mis Cynthia wa laughing. fnrn, "Crntlild!" Iih xi'lnlmnl hulk-minKate Kly were In Danville Saturday Rev. II. J. Skaggs, wife nnd son, for the W, C. T. U. Convention. "Oh, I'm an slad, dearest," she e. Tommie were guests Friday of Mr. Manic Presbyterian church sent claimed, throwing her arm round hi and Mr. R. A. Ralston, fifteen delegates to the State Chris-tai- n neck. "I was all that horrid Mr. M nJ Mft 0,0 dln. wefe Endeavor Convention at Provi-denc- o ym", ' 'i.' !" ner guest, of her .Isier. Mr. Sarah k rT"; wouldn't . I lie you church In Jessamine county nnd fam"' Sunda'- live yMir life If I tried to make you last week. Mr. Wil Roger spent Saturday dllTerent, and he dsreil me to try. And Mr. and Mr. II. C. P. Richmond, I wn right I I hated the tie I gate night and Sunday with her parent, of Virginia, stopped over for the you, and I thought you were the brav.; Mr and Mr. W. C. Wynn. week-en- d ........ I . . .. I .......... An ... . I. his sister, rri.ni "ii- viiii iu rar -ii putt i. Mr. and Mrs. C. 11. friend and Ledford. with Richmond' Mr. R. II. Mrs, was on her i...- ...... .i.i. i...,i.i. itsjir Wi'tiitiii . " 7 ciuiurt-I ! .1.. nll IVImr.. in ro on a visn 10 reianres in way to the hospital. curl for all the world Indiana, Illinois and Ohio, you going, Halph V Remember the W, C. T. U. meet "Just out to kill PelerMou,' he an Mr. and Mrs, Harry Hanger, Jr., Saturday evening at Ledford Hall swered. of Richmond, were Saturday guests at 2:30 promptly Please be on time "No, don't do that. Poor Mr. Peter- of Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Lear. as the evenings aro short and we will Tou see, he did think quite a sen! Some gentleman near Paint Lick begin right on time. good dsat about one dearest." Mr. Iloht. Ciuyn spent Monday are you)" with Mr. Vina McWhorter nnd fam-- '. -Shut up!" jelled the victim. The nest monilnif. when he was not Mis Kiuma nnd Master W. II. Hall wearlnc the tie. he met Cynthia In the strret. Her manner was cold, to entertained the Junior II. V. I'. U. last week. say the least. Tho final blow was the matter of j Mr. Ebb Kails, of Ford was the the haircut Halph had Incautiously wcek.t.m! KUest of his aunt, Mr. J. remarked that his hair was growing ; j i.,rcj,cu lone Mr- - anA Mr- - Hord f Hrajfield, "Don't hate It cut." said I'ynthla. "I don't want jou to look like a com-- ' were Ruest Sunday of Mr. and Mr, mon huidnesi man without poetry or Thos. Lotrsdon. lndllduallty. I want you to look tike Thu w c T Wj dinner at -- u artist. There, the "ecrrt't out thp w , ,Mt xhurfcay whien Mr. and Mr. Henry White, of Morgan, Geoffrey Richmond, Mr were Sunday guests of Mr. R. G. Woods. The little daughter of Mr. Joe Ooian, who has been ill of pneumonia is reported us being some better at spent Sunday with relatives. Mr. Mose Ray recently purchased a pair of young mules for $125.00. Mr. Jasper Matthew and baby were guest Sunday of Mr. Mose Ray. Mr. Elijah McMillian spent Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. John Ray and family. Mr. and Mr. Carl Moberley spent the last week-enwith Mr. and Mrs. Waiter Casey. Mr. and Mr. Harrison Ray spent a few days last week with Messrs. Joshiah and Willie McCulley. Mr. and Mrs. Elijah McMillian and son were among the guest of Mr. and Mr. Royston Ray Sunday. Mesdames Abe Burton and Amanda Clouse made a pleasant visit last Thursday with Mrs. Burton in Madt-sod ..,,,.. Mi-s- s n. w-- LoL-vla- . t. ju n Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Moberley were visitor Saturday night and Sunday of tho latter parent, Mr. and Mr. Harve Teater. The farmers in this vicinity are done cutting and housing tobacco and some of them are preparing for sorghum making. Mr. Scott and daughter. Misses Dora and Nellie of Paint Lick and other relatives were guests recent ly of Mr, and Mr. Elbert Teater. Mrs. Joshiah McCulley returned home Sunday after a delightful visit in Lexington and Buena Vista. A number of relatives accompanied her home and spent a pleasant day with Mr. and Mr. McCulley. Mr. and Mr. John Dalley enter tained Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Sowers, Mr. and Mr. Charlie Murphy and children and Mr. Powell Dalley, Mr. and Mr. Allen Tester and Mrs. Mose Ray were entertained in the afternoon, The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Oct 13 1921 THOROUGHBRED . INTERESTS ATTACKED j power, which ws nerrr done tteforo Helm Bruce, Former Attorney, for St. Louis Bucket Shop Syndicate Seeks to Destroy Racing. its rreatlon. Mr Ilntee m.iy not know It, but vrn llellete It to .lie it facl Hint the hlef rensonhU known l.ent, Cells nnd lilt nrtunl client, tvlln's nwo1iHrs, nnte.l the art declared unronstltiH tlonnl was Hint n made ESCAPING JUICES CAUSE MUCH LOSS "Raincoats. Direct From Factory to Wearer" 1 The Kentucky Jockey Club Pnys Over $300,000 Yearly In Taxes Into the State Treasury. ! !clriirtliNi of thHr syndlmte bok. V do tnt may that Mr. Itnicn know It, t.'xnw iifler bl statement we fear to tule that he knows even the hwhi widely known fact, but ne to the snind Jury of Jeffer-so- n REPEAL OF THE PRESENT LAW MEANS THE RETURN County It U a f.irt "that n vnt OF THE BANISHED 100K MAKERS TO KENTUCKY itimtber of hantMtk are Mm o(Kr atetl In the rlty of liulsvllle " rtV hsive not lieanl of any mmement dei-ta- xtlile lb am rciiiosontlnK the Leaching and Fermentation Our inrj Ensilirg of Corn Is Mado Subject of Inquiry. SILAGE COMER MANUFACTURING CO. I'hc larKs"t raincoat manufacturers, in the world. aollinjj direct to the wearer. It meniw '.0V l'UKiS, HIGH QL'ALITIKS nnd HI( VALUKS. Phono GO. Will call nnd hov anmplea nnd prices SAMPLES ANALYZED B. C. FORD, Lancaster, Ky. (The Thoroughbred Record.) their-onctibs Kentucky"! It ! the nursery nf (hi the home of ihe Ihiirnughhred. flncet breed of horse the w.trld lm produced. An infusion of blood enriches every other atmin and give ipiallly, xeienl nn-.courage to tho wider breeds Hundreds nf ihoHsninl of aero are devot-.eto tbo raising of thoroughbreds In this Slate, und lulllloni of dotair " lire Invested Iti the Industry At tin coming ewlon of the legislature nn organized effort rrlll be, 'Mcres-t- . lay Waste the ferUte Mtyaro. made to destroy the thnrniiehhu-now- valued it from iWl in $1,W an acre. which they grav ml n duci the peerless Man O'U'itr, for whom fTiUO.tKW Iiiih Utii rcfMtd, to Hit worth of u plow Imrse. system which .Mr. Hfuce sought to Under the old t h dollar; tinder the for hi dent, the State did not reo-ivyearly Into, the State Treasury over law the Kcnttirky .locker t'.ub fltUJ.OUO. If llr. Ilruce liiiwM In destroying the thoroughbred to the Slate mid tlu tills Immense nuni will m entirely will return to prey on tlx public Tin loader of thl deetmctive crunide, falsely put forth at u moral ! grlevumv, rue, Is Helm Ilruce. a Ixiulsvlllc lawyer who, nursing a nnd In grateful remembrance ot hi former raw track clients, (VtlusTtllpf gntnhlers, eek iu prohibit ull racing mid Adler, the? St. lml.s burket rrvntitl by un net of the When the Itaclng Commission a In Kentucky. legislature nnd the turf in this Slute wu ttiken out of the hands of II- Iwho had dishonored m royal sport. Helm Hruiv, took a fee from this syndicate of liurket shop owners and sought to have tho law d I If wu defeated In Ids win It purpose ar.d now rlarcd unciinitltullonal. r breeding has bo n driven out, ami tho turf I has the scandal t.) stein, with the lending horsemen of Is prospering under the Kentucky, selected by the Sovemo.. giving tholr time to tho eHfnrwmeHt of the law, Mr. Unite reeks to dcsiro) the entire- turf Klructuru and euiij with It the whole thoroughbred Interests of Kentucky. IK'sIih llreckenridgi. flltor of the lexlngten Herald, has defended racing, Bk now conducted under the State Commission, and In a series of frank and forceful editorial.' he bus expoed the Inconsistency of Helm and now advocating the truce, once an attorney for the which would oHn the wzy for the return destruction of the of Mr. Ilmre fonner clients to Kentucky. d d - iiti o by Mr. Itruce In oi llne hand Inxitf If Mr. Itnie Imd ueeeilml In th iinrointltutlonal tht suit to art emitlne the State ItactiiR Commission theri would bo hooks on th rare track us well n lisndhonkt la s the elty. The law now prohibits In the oily. Hut they exUt in the city of IMilsvitUs Yet Mr llnus Marls a cumfMliin iKalmt "leitnllseil ImKHiu" and so far as we Snow tafcej tin nrttoN nsnlnM ihe lllemil bettlii tfeiit Is, In our tuliHi, iiillnttcl) Ihe EriMter evil, which U ranipiml In liU own borne town. hstid-book- evidence Found of Downwaih of Liquid In Stls Carrying With It Soluble Ft-o-J Materials Net Yet Complete. Re-ul- ts POOR RIDGU rtrrv,t Hy Kvery farmer wbi hi a olio knos ibat MMne rhaHce lakes plure In the mee of iba corn or other crop , ..icci vrd by tills Means, jind It I In ii.Trtll) aHmel that some th ot vwi ClsUi,srltture I - Mrs. Ilaymond llurchell. Mr. nnd Mr, (ioblc. Ilaltartl, f tvpsrt-snr- Mr. slowly. S'ewtafl CI row U improving Ilryantsvllle were retcnt Mr. and Mr. Aaron Hay. vultor ef iii o. ( hook-makin- g pre-ou- p) lt Inter' lunik-maker- s e-- s book-m-iLe- - 1 IxxiL-nmker- In the. nimmunlnitlon publllieil thU iiionilnc, Mr. Itruie to milks "I hae nevet any aceurale vliitetnent of wha ar the total pnitits of the Jockey I'ltih, 1 do not know them." In a stnlenieHt br him sent throash from Iiulslll the Asviclateit September 17, be ' "A K'cnllfcil i a lit tnoniMily enj.y ins the RMinbllHi; prlrllep-- reallKH l pnittt of two or three mlltloli of iara a year out or this ilrmorallslMs. !co." Araln we aMilniie for baxliic tat t Mltoriul tlut Mr t etl in u Itruci' knows thia lateinent l Jim crura I e Hut we avow that It Is limnh ant rate slid utterly misleading known to Ih Inurevnite by every man and woman who Imm een euror Ite formation In rrcard to tbo punes and slakes ifhen by Hie Jockiy Club, 'lie liicWria to tho riml raiin:; and the taxes paid by th Jockey t'lnb. ms: Mts De'iut Hurt, of Jessamine I visiting Maggie II. anil 1'cnrt Hurt. Several from here attended the series at meeting at Ml. Hebron the past week. Mies Mattie II. Cobb .spent last AHcne Sherrow at week with Ut Mt. Hebron. v Mlns Ijiverne WhltUiVer spent the week-en- d In Mndtaan with) Mrs. rt Imm-- ui l'n. a): s dl pret-Kiu- r . exnss l saTt m Uf has reCurmil to Pari after several week visit with her parent here Mr. and Mr. Jasper Matthew and baby spent Sunslay with Mr. ami Mr James Mnttaew. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Hay spent We4 ncIa' night and Thursday with Mr. nnj Mrs Kdtl Mebrrley. Mr. Wilson Ijikes and eMIilren, of Lexington nre visiters of Mr. ami Mrs. Caleb Jehneon. Mr and Mrs. James Matthew anil children spent Saturday with Mr. nnd Chnmller. Ms Halite Mr and Mrs Win. Matthew' and daughter, spent Wednesday with" Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Matthew. Mr. and Mrs. Lige llolton spent A few day lait week with Mr. nnd Mr. Hebart Grow at Mt.ksbury. Mailer Holman J. McMlllian spent grandparThursday night with hi ents, Mr. ami Mr. John Hay. Mr. It. A. Wylle. of Verailtt ha returned heme after two weeks visit with Mr. ami Mr. H. II. I'jeiton. Mr. Walker llurdettc and children spent a few days hut week with Mrs. H. X. Priee at Paint IJcV. Mr. ami Mr. Wm. i'ollard and Mr. and Mr. W. T. Moberlejr spent Sunday with Mr. ami Mrs. Proiton Snyder. Mr. an) Mr. Lewis Slmp and Mr. and Mr. Ike Dunean ami chilf Mr. dren were af irraasn gt'st and Mrs. It. II. I'restea Sunday. Mlsse Agnes Simpson and Luvie Mr Jasper Matthew Hrewn sfcat the week-en- d with Mrs. Mr and Mrs Walker Ilurdette ami Spee.1 .Sherrow at Mt. Hebron and children spent Sunday wild Mr nnd alien. led the r'r of nutting. ' Tlie act mating the State Itadnr with this slalenH-nt- l Mr. ltruc plead Ipiorance. of tlie ubtaHv of Im.iIi hhH-- I ami dry mat HHtlng eu tin ra whs drawn u a result nf l ihaructcr of hi clients or their selfish ""mtiil-dtdMiM n rivilllf I.f ferlnWliMf tnta In our oltbt In the old tracks may b? a fcufer fonii of heitiat following statement to a miM'tlng interest In the ' building, and as we recall at- - ' Ihau iHM.kimiklHg safer for" the gum- - tat Ion iiihI leaihlng. To uxertnlii n Herald Mr. Ilreckenridce detliiitely as the aiilnmit of by Tho. C. Mellow ell, Cutoshy bler-b- ut I am not lntervll Iu proV road, s tended this he, its inii-i-- v and minus for "A numtxir of sutmroU WiMHlfonl. JobuxMi N. Camden. Charles tecting the gambler-my knowtne that cruln JIwl to wholly or partially preventing It. the dlllont. In coniMCIIon with raetne. fomifr-l- r Mc.Mcf kin, Jouetl Sboiiw, Uien editor Who Is It Mr. Itrucs Is inten-sh- l wr such a lhl iuil. by bookraakrrs.res trcn boo- - ' of the Kentucky I'armer nnd ttreeiler. In protecting! As u lawyer he wm ilulry dlvUtoii of the t'nltiil State and thst twntrullrd liriKirtHo'tit of Agriculture has beta tiuksr rslsintd twtnty to thirty vr nut, and Hal l. Heudley. No man euu liiterestwl In forwarding the lntervnil eoiidui'titig ii erie uf esKrtments tonj. necteil with Churchill Downs was and Hist all sorts of ramllUrwr tsct though of Cella, Tltlea and Adler, who. re rnlttsd una,r this iystfin. Tbs Tln rcMilts of two years let to the mcvting nor advlietl nf l!a ut rourMi be neer knew It, loudurti-I know non of thfss ihlnr. coer-i- l In a professional iMiiter, Ie It Is sJd thst I know Uut CelU. Tlllfs, puriMise. John T. SHelhy nnd John K. bucket-Miop- s and syndicate btMikA i partnirnt Iliiltetlu. KM. Nitrogen iwul n4 Adltr. of HL. touts. owjij-snil UouclsJI'srk. and It Is said thsy rn MIeti were engacwl to lira' the net The present movement tatherel by llttier Uie During the Kuslltng ut rscs tracks In vsrtous which was supHtrtnl by ull tb bret"d buckat shop and him will Inure M the benellt of the Corn. rrtaU that sections of ths country CVlls haJ sn Interest In ths UousUs fark ( era of the Stute, and uwil by a bookmaker ami handbook men, though Samples of Sllags Analyted. Jockey Club, whether or not the tnJ oto uf lth i.oua--- i unanimous equally of course he does not know Samples of silage In cbeeseclolh persons menuoneu uu or not of the lagllatur. or not. I do not know, and whether this. As proven by the niult In New ark were burleil at various depths they rsn bucket shops In other parts uf see York, the success of the mowment he and position In u silo 42 feet high by t do tlx country, thee not know It IsI w ld t Tlie purpose of the act was to thlnsi because will lead to n form ol 14 feet lu diameter, holding approxiadvocate that I know an attorney la a suit Instituted aVontlnuatlon uf such conditions gambling that Is most pernicious nnj mately I .VI tons. The bags weru lUelnr OomroUelon eeeklnn the Ststs ConimlMlon ths set creatln that It Is enre. as were Incident to the ownership of as a rule crooked weighed when put In, and samples of declared unoonstltutlonW. As reiled by the report of lb the ellsge aualyxed. When the bag 1 was sn attorney furthe race tracks by Mr. Mruee' clients. It ly true that Club In a grand Jury In loulsvtlle, tlie hand- wer reached In feeding out the silo, liouxlas Ilxk Jockryconstitutionality suit provided; of test ths brouaht to The said commission shall bate the books llourlh eveii In the rarlfled . the content were again weighed and IIIAt aci BUI it regula-tlo- u that surrounds Mr lira cm. anal) zed. learned to that oase. or otherwise, - say power to prescribe the rulcn, . u ot tns tacts and conditions tinder which runTho two years' work furnished evicambUnr conditions ou ths rate tracks. ning rocva shall be conducted la thU Not Interested In protecttng the dence of n dowuwas.li of the Juice In mikes U Mr. Hreckenrldxe State." ganiblerJ Of course not. Not Inter-ete- l Ihe xllo carrying with It soluble fool rvplys Cella, Tilleii alid Adlr had control In the ;ersonoel of his client material, so that the silage In the M5Ir. Uruc knew that Cella, TIHea of the llonlu traik and of Douglas who employe! his urvlren to destroy lower part of the silo may gain In nnd Talk. 11 ,n the State Itaclng Comnilislon so thai food material at the expense of the and Adler, who ran bucketbops idles of the Hilt-leDouglas they might run race track In Kenrace tratks In various sections of the racing, they had purctiaw-upMr part. Tbere was an average loss country, controk-- d Ijtonla and Doug I'ark and recaleil their purjiose to tucky as they ran them In Mlrwourt for all the bag nf nearly 10 per cent las I'ark; llwt tbere was a syndicate bare confllrtlng uates with Churtblll solely for the lien fit of the stidlcat of the dry matter, which apparently books on all the track controlled by Downs and to omduct long Not Interested In protoctlin I due largely to the fermentation of book? them; that ruclng In Kentucky wa-- i In as tbry did In MUsourl. Mr Urure the breeding Interests? What Is Mr. the carbohydrate mid In thr carrymeet-indeplorable condition; that tho ing nway of soluble material by tbo apparently attempts to put the basin Urure' real Interest? u.r.. inn anil under tlie vndlcalf of the nlt Iu which he tried to have Jules. The sugars almost entirely Tin-rtystem of bookuiaklcs every sort of j the State Kacing Commission declared was a considerable to till III letter rvM-urascality was committed. unconMtitutlonul on the ground that of crude fllier mid of the furfurol-yieldinwn statementji, tliat Mr. Itruro hal enough to asbodies. Tbere was a loss Iu Mr. Urure atutea: "1 knew none' he State Itaclng Comiutsslnn intere-itei- l never I of tbcae tblnei." created to kill Douglas I'ark. certain eteii ,he mot widely known tolal nitrogen, which was larger when "Wo avow that all statement VV avow that it was the of fact Iu retard to racing und Ihut the corn put Into the silo was Immado by us are true; that nil Intelll- all the men coiineeteil w1lh the move he knows no innro nlut It now than mature than when mature com was rent men connected with racing or In;) ment to have it Slate lturlng Cominla-do- n he knew when be was the nttnruey used. It Is probable that this loss Is due largely. If not entirety, to the terested In rating know them to bi to remedy smh conditions as for IViilgla I'ark and the aggn pitlon that uwnetl It nitrogenous compounds In the Jnlce. true; that the facta were published In existed at every I nick iuiil-- r the rou-- I The albuminoid nitrogen stiffensl a We wen the dally newspapers, nnd that In tlie nil of Mr. Hruce'a fllelit loss of over M) jier cent, whllo the to dlioualon In regard to the enactment then us we are now npjioAc Mr Ilruce ctvlii hi tlm Why forms Increased liookuuiklng combination and hi high ability and great of the bill creating tjie State lUdtiit if bucket-hutimes their original weight. In Ootnfulsslon were alleged and not de- controlling raw track and hi money to this light to Dig Escape of Jules. nied. Hut we nccvpt ut Its faco valuo we were pio-- d then, u wc have reealfd the provision In tlie "I know none arc now, to a ayudlcato ImhiU robbing Kentucky statutes that was pasted There wus a gain of ether extract, Mr. Ilruce' statement: probably due to the forma I Ion of new of these things. ' April 8th, IStt'l, eir before be the public and framing up race. hodlc. The second as the ntluniey for the Douglas nearly 10,l. pounds of Juice MMr. Itruce does recall that Cella It la provided In the net that Mr I'ark Jockey Club? He did not tlo-l from the silo. This Juice had an Interest In tho Douglas TarU Hruce'H clients tried to hate declared attempt to have that section i.f the percentage of it considerable Jockey Qub. It Interesting to know-tha- t unconstitutional : The art creating statute reiealel was nitrogen of various form which lu tbl much of what wus general "rrovhled, 'lbut a refusal of the the State Itaclng .'Commission kuowledgo pereolateil through tho a: commission to graut any ruclug Tho provision under ordinary practice would remain In the passed In inuspbere of iwet Innoceiimj that sur elation a llif n.o or to assign any rac-- j width are 'nnlttl win silo. The results nre as yet Incomplete, If he bad then Ing nsvoclutlon at least forty day. If paed In IHtl, thirteen jeara before rounded Mr. Urure. ami the lest are being continued. a During tbose years the ,had tlM! slightest Interest In the preeer-vatlo- desired, shall be subject to Ihe review that ort or of the court of the Stute' of racing, either as u us uninolesteil on Ili4 ss au aid to the breeding of bonosi or Hut Cella. Tllle und Adler were raci truck us 'hey now opemlo t PUREBREDS BEST PRODUCERS as a destructUo ageucy of ull that Is not satUHed with tills protulon. They 1iulsvllln 'Hid will ugaln oKrato ou goo.1 nnd noble. It seems to our niuu-- ' wanted the whole act ileirtHl unconthe ratv tracks If .Mr. Mruce ucceeiU Enormous Differences Among Dairy Have Been Brought Out Cow idane Inadllgence be would have In- stitutional, for that uct though It In bis present efforts. In Number of Case. formed himself us to the controlling may not be known to Mr. liruiv. who ( Kvery man familiar with rurlni factors In racing und certainly iu to knows so little, a revealed In his com'Hie value of purebred stock, say the ersonnel of his clients. munication today provide: knows that racing lias been ilmncr It tut been a long time sltico tho "Said rommliidou shall have lh mil on a higher plane; that the stakes specialist In the Culled States DeAgriculture, I most Htate Itaclng Comuilssloii was crcalcl power to prescribe tho rule, regulaand purse are four or tlie huctlred partment of tbo-- In rases In which the iand the tffort made by U.e owner uf tion and conditio!' under which ru r- wr cent crtntcr lnco ihe bookmaker TilDouglas i'ark and Irttonlu-Cel- la, illing races shall he conducted III till were driven from the tracks. Hut Mr. capability of the iinlmiils Is measured Among farm animals, lea and Adler to hate that act declar-- StaU." Ilruce "Is not Interested In protecting most directly. I lie Mr. Itnif-t- -i innkes 1.1 iinniiHii IttOlnnnl best Illustration euu be found In Under that provision Ui Stall Kuc-m- g lag th gambler" no; the hurseu' dairy cut I If. though careful yearly a. very plausible statement of the baid timniUsIon luts the poer to pro- nor the breeders nor the flnacclal lot that MiU, but a stuteiuVut that iu hibit oookmaklng on Its traits und terest of tbo flint, lior Ic driving-th- e tests of milk and butterfut production nre relatively recent uffalrH. Theeiior handbook In IouLvvUle. ;uur oplatom I entirely ulsleadl&x. It ha oierclsed and onfurctfd that , differences among dairy cowl iiioii when kIvcii tlie same opportunity hatd ' I English. Mlxsd King' Watch Mark of Honor. "Jointed Smke" Realty Lizard. been hroouht out clearly lu n great John wa asked to write a abort glasj, or Tlie king's watch, which I regard- numlier of ruses, and these illrfereiitv Jointed taUtory on the life of General llrsd-Joc- iThu I really a lizard. When ed a one of the greatest honors th are sttongly Inberlteil through both Iu lit composition was the folroughly the tall portion will king of Kugland can bestow, Is award- ihe sire und the ilstii, The average e men only. The production for purrhreds und grades la lowing compound sentence: "Hradford break Into two or three piece. Coned to was a brave man; be had three hor trary to Uxrtltlon. tbeso piece will decoration consists of a gold hunter much above the average of all milk uliot from under him, and the fourth not unite with the body again, though watch of exquisite workmanship.-- ' Insiws, which Is about 4.M (miiiiiiI of went through hi cloUie." Mtaaa-apo- ll a rudimentary tall Is sometime de- side the case I Inscribed the words. milk and Its) pouudi of butterfut veloped after the first one Is lost. "For Service Iteudered. George." Journal. , ' "I'atl-mitliirIn-i- ll - Mr. Ilruc cIomh bis coaimontcntlno Cutting and Blowing Corn Into Silo, tan Capital Surplut Honor 4 per cent J. rj eiie .aBfjaVX-ia- .rVlH3fHv maF" i $50,000.00 $60,000.00 Roll Bank. paid on time Call and tee u. t. r de-posit. ' j l'tU mmm f k WMtni V I Ja Walker, PTeldent. W. F Champ, . .L . 111 !I I St i is. v. itiKiiey, .sis i lo inc ft leiiuriu. K G. DaviJson, Cashier. I V J- - - prae-tlcall- W. F Miller, Anntant Caihler. Mr. Naomi Hamilton, Teller. ('! Aiutnt Caihior. CITIZENS NATIONAL I.ANCASTER. KY BANK, tln.l pn-ven- Corner Public Square ontl Danville Street. , BUCKEYE Thunday, Oct, 20. Mr and Mr. T. S. Pleratt were guest of relatives at Hlchmoml Sun W. M. S. meets v day. Mis Lor a drown spent lait week vvltJrhcr iter Mr. Kobt. Lay ton near tuee-tlng- l. ' Iincnster. Miss Jane Harberaon spent Satur- g th-l- re - 1 p tepu-tutio- r: Ken-luck- ether-solubl- e m'U-so- n car-rlc- 1 s-- parl-mutu- ltl n I booU-mnker- -, , day and Sunday with her parent at Perryville. Mis Sadie Halston visited Miss Mary Drown near lauicatcr Saturday and Sunday, Mr and Mr.. Henry ArnoTd, of llyattsville apent Sunday with Mr. and Mr. Hay Noel. Mr. Geo. Hay, Mrs. Nora Teater and Mis Sallle Lou Tenter spent Tuesday in Hlchmoml, Mr. and Mr. Geo. Hay und family were guesta of Mr and Mr. Forest Curtis ut llryantivillc recently. . Mr. nnd Mr. Hen Kurtz nnd family, of Mercer county spent Sunday with Mr. and Mr. Hugh Kurtz. Preaching Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. S. S. nt 2:30 P. M. nnd preaching Sunday evening at 0:15. Mr. Hobt. taytou wa the gticit of her parent, Mrf and Mr. L. F. Urown from Saturday until Monday. Mi Whittaker of Modi-io- n county wu a guest of Miss Lucille Sander Saturday and Sunday, Mr and Mr. Davis Prather and dauhgter, Mil. Ora, of Lancater ipent Sunday with Mr. and Mr. Mat Carter. Mr. and Mr. Will Whittaker and on, of Lancaster, were kuciW of Mr. and Mr. It. W. Sandert Wednesday and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Whittaker Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Hay and fam-il- y, Mr. and Mrs. W. 11 Hay, Mr. Lora Noel and family (pent a pleasant day with Mr and Mrs. A. C. Mile Sunday, it being Mr. Mitel birthday. Mrs. Nora Teater. Miui--. Kthel Hay and Sallie Lou Teater vititeii Mr. and Mr. Forest Curtis at llry nnUville from Wednesday until day and attended the Curtis wedding. FriKd-wa- An Easy On. "Dining room girt Springfield ,d wauled at lmoti' restaurant" A re--v quest for comment J, S. H. llieiton Transcript. A cubic one ami three-tentounce. Thus It I reckoned that n single liiiuuiti Individual breathes In 1J month six nnd one flDb ton of air To keep him all vo for threeseoM and ten year will reipilre l.'to tons of air. The Mipulatloii of the t'uucd Ktatea breathe annually (fti.usi.issj ton of air. 'Him reulremeiit for the cttlr population of the world I lu Ihe neighborhood ot 10.rs).(XI0 ton. h The Air W Oreaths. foot uf air weigh about ' . ! - W. 0. RIGNEY W. D. DICKERSOI W. 0. RIGNEY Office' Rbose 18. & CO. Funtral Directors ami EmlMlMtrt Residence Phone 33. secret-servic- Lancaster, Kentucky. The Contral Record, Lancaster, Ky Thursday Oct 13, 92 I tv- 1 - t- - '''i''"r.irrrr;ixmrrTiT It took YEARS ndyE ARS to develop t FARM LIVE STOCK hovt Many Can Breeding by and Proper Feeding. j j !Hiatffifl5fflUliag n aB!i A RUNTS ARE LOSS TO GROWER Questionnaire mtrntntMerf i 0l Qs lrar 't I .(tt h htm tfmrittm, Mwwerml till'ii Why i n hf mnr of I h "Final and not initial cost-- determines the vdluc of a bargain" ; htUMtrMif w CAMEL QUALITY We worked on Camels for years before wc put them on the market. Years of testing blending experimenting with the world's choicest tobaccos. h:tf ni'H and mmr-If tt wt f ferter I Ik AgrtrwWwe. Tlws a thnwand f themWHjOlUllM I ! - l'niti tmt. Mttea tm the thtw itr Hwr fwlimt, - tt,rr.ifi T.i HTMrtmiit that in rt pur ai . itf laaaal JlJrlP rrln.ll rtlmaa All of ami, m fart, atom trt'-eahk- And now, EVERY DAY, all our skill, manufacturing experience and lifelong knowledge of fine tobaccos arc concentrated on making Camel the best cigarette fUrtt are nnitt-- r the ffnl of atwfc'l" or raiwrx li by rotttrnttlnc the, ran m n lunr , l 1111, eliminate n.nl. atm-hMat t flat riwiR, r.milfuto 7 of all farm imimai- ti-- tki an per nut ( tx the fmior rt !! air t III'' rt ,1 J roimti li If, f..r ii it, t : ii, ' H i ,. i i n I l i','.n Ml 1' I that can be produced. . There's nothing else like Camel QUALITY. And there's nothing else like Camels wonderful smoothness, tine tobacco flavor and FREEDOM FROM CIGA-RETTAFTERTASTE. That's why Camel popularity is growing faster than ever. A better cigarette cannot be made. We Recharqe dnd Repair all makes ?f Batteries, Y CONN and CONN Bull Wi, Uidly Stunt-eWhen a Calf, Mainly (or Lack of Suitable Food, but When Given Adequate Feed and Proper Care Developed Rapidly and Later Took Firtt Prlte in Hit Clan at the State Fair. mHiiIIMh iiHli'r It ilfixtnlHlilH, fur ! lh- - rtMH rtvltvi from a lursi pfwrtlH nf farww m tin ' Thu Purebred The Funny Side. B ! r.2 We put the utmost quality into THIS ONE BRAND. Na Si W II.- - tt.e g.r "V'iat lliwer I - arc r. 'Wa.Mlo.verm ,.ow ,ir " popular' Yonken StutiK ClSCamel I.I WW.-IITKOUiJ TOttCCO CO I ' tirrl lleri'Ml fow. ami in , twtottfTilwi), utwl mhi uf iU" Ti'wmlwilfr nri froiH frm bw hir ar ctwvwuHhk - with lb iat Mriinl aii'Ht f ArflrMlittritaral dllttH In iht- - "ltrtiir Slrv lliHIxr ranittaleM. TJmw wl llt (hmlnx catllt- - ffr-frnt- u - lt'tm Ilt'twf lb- Stk" tn fitt.mmnalff arf. In th iv':v Mini! ithii.ip IIh u. c f ttuNHtlr HHinmU. awl. In chuthI. iloi'U tinner hiv pnisroxi ll In ai(illlhii tu tH thro1 prlm-ltu- l Imiritniiit olnl In - niwllly tlt"l. Hr- ji uf rttMiiai! tin1 H'iMfi( jirvtliHtiJ)- - ufti ihi-ri- Modern City Home - - - AT - - - tnliMt of thi uvmi.ti Iiuh tlmt 'In tirtnoliml .iiuwi .f maty llw ttK'k nn-- : Infrrkir liniilliiK, Hl.l ; limiliiiiiHlc r uiKHltalili' li-titer vnt ; imrstti' ami . ."VM M'st., 15.1 "T (viit ; lmnltiiMti' Ihiui-Itiami can-- , -' I 'r rvut; eoiitaslim-illkoakifrom nu'w. A wiumar 7S.1 IIm' xliM'k itutuTt .ki r tlmt " oilti-- itmlrllmllic lut fil. r c v. ' Public Auction Saturday, Oct 22nd . AT TWO O'CLOCK This handsome two story house located at corner of Lexington and Maple avenue, has eight dandy rooms and two large halls. Has all modern equipment, including two bath rooms and kitchen sink, Furnance heat, Electric lights, concealed, a dahdy basement with concrete floor, splendid garage, smoke house, etc. House located on West side of Lexington street only one-hablock of graded school. Concrete pavements on both sides and a corner lot, and lf ,ood garden. Come to this sale for we are going to sell this home. Any one desiring to see this property call on undersigned before date of sale. imrvhretl few iiinl'rlzil stock inlur' anluinN, hut thai with ncruli" eipi-- t tally when Inhnil tin iKTcrntase of nmty xtovk Mtli. The rt'iiortu show that ruutliies Ii nmt prevalent aiin'iic Imc. the nver-:U- i HTCelltHSe remrlivl liflni: 10.1. ThK moreover, liiolmlfs a uuiuher of f.trnn whlfh rehriel no mills at nil. One fanner who It hreiillns rikmI, them a pnrelireil hoi;i mih! feiMllii nlety nml plenty of feiM. Mata: V lme not hail a runty pis In two iir, nlllioush the litter!) MXiietiiiiei intnlii fpmi ll to 11 eaeli' The reMillH of the Impiiry IimIIcuIi' '.nit the Me of mi animal of H"' .liiu-- nt hlttli l hut little rela t. mi to the mature "elslit where prop- ' feet). are ami ran l lenient are iirovhlt"! llili It Miown In a num of muveMfnl 1ms her of ho reHrl that lark of uniformity lu fairly Inrse litters Ih hein iivoremne ly pniper feiilinic. A ratth hreeler i Mont mm reHrt prupit- - finnh ami rare of a runty anlnml re- t iitetl In ileveloi1us It I" Mteh a HhI-- Ii Tut it took tlrst prlie In lt clii- -t at e tate fulr. It nppeHrk from a MtHtHtury of SO iexirtH that a eotuparulltely imall uttulier of anluinN are Immi ' I that nio-- t iliiHtlns of trim In he- k'liis a relutlM'ly irltort IIhm Iodine U'Uiiius. or simii Hfterwantk. Mote per lent of runty lle io.-'hail uppeant ilurins InfHiH'y or hefore "eunlns. uivorillliic to rvHirtN. while tvnt hortl after ueaiiius. nml Illy M per eent at hlrth. In reply to n iuiihn on t Ik? prwe 'a'iihillty of rutins ruuta to uiarket ltv 71 ht eent of the nillit luilleale that It Ii not protliahle. II nt eent aiiHwereil either it-- , or w with iU.il ithatlouH. hhow ilutt a Coiunient uellhreil anlnml. even tlioiuh umier-orei- l, will ilevelop Into Jut ai xool an niiliual when It in an eipial ehaiiiv. "With Inherltiil ruutlne. ilue In Inferior hreiilltis." one Mock man Ueclartil, uJt ilmvt not y. Other iue ilue to Inek of proper fetM limy he raUvil with proilt." 17 tlm tircttltn t crnt; iicrlilfiit, suhch, ht tvnt. of l kt 1.0 per fXH)uri'. tvnt; other It upix-arthat ; s 'ri ce nler thl rl), rl t Cutting on her eylah!i Her (winMngi i iHMttt lour Mtwr i . "He Mtiil hi hoHM- - wiu aflfe. lonr tiaxe in nvnkiaa: her aptnvi rente plied the villuav rotilWi. Hot, ay "Well. h'd be a Vht if "Oh. that's dWrtiat." "Hut I didn't recVet Oil ih' darn-e- d hr earn dawn witWtt mnMag it." HiMian TrancrirH. raUMi waj out ml shcht Utat he live hew." IUrwtfawamm A Msvie Atre h'!i look Ae Ilerad. int for a perfint man ta marr;. Didn't wam him "Hear about him. .She can locate i;uite n numher Nutley' attimt tM by a rattler by reurfing tombstone, but she can't la (Greenville (S.C.) warry them. "0Mi. ao! Mow did it hanfWH?" Piedmont. "He houiit a ued llivver without Junt made oer -- After Mr. Hrovvr lirt tmUnr it." HbiThIj Kxpri. had roketi hi yard he took the acICun ikun re I'm cumulated rublih into the street to "Ditftar. I'm avium; all th e.erci.e need." lwrn. A number uf nelghbers' chil "Then-'no indiratiMt f it." dren came tlockitig about the bonfire, Yott hnve No wtmder. ly lwli-e- d among them a little girl whom Mr at my tnifue. Hut y juit Hrown did not remember seeing be oHvht to .ee the .le. nf my he.." fere. Wishing with hi unusual tliMton CloW. kindliness, to make the stranger fee "Wlmt will yau rfve we far ikU at ease, he beamed upon her and aid, heartily: hori'?" "Hello! Isn't this a new face?" "A load of hay." replied Uh- - farA deep red suffused her freckles mer. . "What wnuld I want with the hay "N'e," she stammered, "it ain't new-It'just been washed." Harper's ami no horse te eat it?" "Well. I'd he willing to lend you Magaiine. the horn till the hay wn all sone." The Carborundum degree Sambo Osteopathic Mainline. "I.ooky hetih. big boy, don't yo-ahard Ah' The joker in the transactUm "I mes wid me, Ynue understand you are trying to ell I.as' week Ah falls on a bun saw an' Ah but. it your farm and all the live tock. Itnmbo "Call dat hard? l.Wten, "Ve," replied Farmer Corntael. I've cot a mule that I've made up my man, Ah cratche de bath tub." mind to cet ridof, anil the only The American Legion Weekly. chance of doing it isto put the an incidental item." acroM Depressing condition Doctor Wahington Stnr. Your trouble i dyspupia; you should laugh heartily before and after your The home liureau Pathor aad meal. mother came to the city fer a few I'atient Impossible, doetor. I dayii, liwvinc little Kt4e with uraad-- cook them myself and then I van and grandma. the dishes. HosUni TrancriH Thre heiag aUnrr ieut. BI.Ie sdcpl in the fuliliag heil. A few1'b Daaver wiu Herm day later KVk sent tW flw-iaStar "I'm tireii of Uhi Urwikm-iotter to her wraadmn: "Diwr graad-wa- , Hnva't yu aaathr jmrt for pt in your Imrwiu drawer me?" and liked it very mh." latitoaa. The Director ".VaWH "U a ' polii New. part pla1a apatite ur wife ' "Lead we hack U the otttT." Ho 1 So a rnnaiaal m to heavten (ilobe. en w hen he diT l'atiM- r- Certlaly not. "I'd hate to he a kUI rwtlector "Hut Mipftwe he ha mHw a Xabody u ever uJad W im him " miionar)T" IhhIom "Aad yet he la aften akwl ta ca auam " Old eti'uK, to know that " (tower tiitpu ar" i tu.- teat n Main pe .ple are bleMed with goo er. .iii:.rs and cure. with an u .. n..i'.i i i of rt ' riMm them TiO ret that motorm .'.ir Statesman m noinif milfn an hour le't .y I ak?" ! I 1 n ll ." ntli-rn- al - iwt l 1 lov-er- HKdr. ! n-a- a-- , Money Makes Money Nearly every self inaile man in the I'nitvd States started in life nt the bottom of the ladder In UKGINW'ING TO SAVE MONEY WHEN YOUNG. Year after year he added to his savings. In time his opportunity came, and HE HAD THE NECESSARY .MONEY WITH WHICH TO SWING IT, he had SAVED HIS Sl'Hl'I.US. he-cau- BEST MANAGEMENT OF COLTS Animal. Up to One Year Old Should lie Olven About Three Pound of Grain Dally. Car iliould be glcn the colli., but few Mjggextlou ran be made, toll hi to one year old itliuuld hate t'rom two io ihnv MiuinN of Krulu a day at two feed; from out to two )ear old, four lo live ikhiiiiU of grain; from two to three )tun old, eveu to tltUt Haselden Bros. THE NATIONAL BANK OP LANCASTER. S. C. DENNY, Ca.hier. Capital $50,000. Surplus $50,000. Honor Roll Bank lMIUIld. Th Cantral flacord, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Oct 13, 192 VIRGINIA WEED GROWERS' POOL 1 1 I SPECIAL m PRICE . BIG SUCCESS Association Suncured Gets $16.25 A Hundred Pounds 3 v Lealie Forbea Sn, (,,,..! TO PEOPLE i ulan I'trrrliM. I Ml. WHO A few high grade Buggies on hand. Come 0 Compared and get yoara before they are gone. With 19.00 A Hundred Marketed Under The For Old Dumping System Of Lf Srllinf . 12 Elated Richmond. Vn Oct. by the success of its pool of 1H20 suncured tobiirco, which resulted in thp rrccnt salt of thp entire crop nf 1 ..".,000 pounds the pool member nt nn nvernge of lit?.'.'.' ppr hundred a coinpnrpd to I'J.OO received by trow rr ..old thplr crop in thp old Old Hickory Wagons at leia than factory prices. to bay. t Now Is the time CONN BROS. "Live and Let Live Folk.." nn 3Firl Bl Editor, 3C The Central Record 4,000 MILES OF Issued Weekly. ft.M Year. ROADIN 5 YEARS Payable is Advaaca. J. a. E. ROBINSON. L .ELKIN, Local Editor and Mgr. way, the Virginia Suncured Tobacco begun a Growers' Association ha campaign to enroll nil producer of iucIi tobacco in thp ,tnti for u I'.'.'l crop pool. It is estimated that the M2I crop will total inorp thnn I,- 000,000 pound. The 1920 crop pool rpcentty wa fold In one lot for approximately J'.'OO.OOO. Thp of thi, pool wprp locatpd innlnly in thp area componpil of Caroline. l.ouia, Han- over, Fluvanna and Goochland counties. The ni.nff.ition fur l'J'JII hnd i. A flight Of JM't Mllltlds, lllt l.fllll llful vUln of While Slui.hm. II Mt'tie nf lii.Nitilklit Jo,niiie. . (nlr glfl with pride In Iht fnr.- - I.mlu I'ag.. n niiiM'lini J nunc limn, lirr n.ccpted lof r, ilir .niter of mi admiring throng llnrold Wnrthltteton. lt5 ttii.t Hip group, I.p.Hp Ill, lti'r 5lrtli' nml jounc Walter Dale - tinbrother a nnliirnl athlete In build, Hip sMrr n charming model f clrllh lutcllne... her would hp Inter lliflill) Inn hIHi n fltip in trlln-tnn- l ami hiimnn fare. Well," olixrtiil l.e.lle In lil tiff- hand uny. "there" hero uorvliln (or Jim !" III. iiii,iiiicii itlil net M iitun- - miv .iikkcmIoii.. Wnller wn wntrhlu.; .M)rll'K fin e wllli intention. Hp knew Hint pretty Myrtle wn something of a ilri'ftii'iT. wondered now If Iip Eat Meat. Who (!ot'jn't rol iih a rich, juk'y 5tcak7 Who tlncMi't n!)hor a ttiiiKh oni'7 It is all in thf Imyinvr. A denier can kh a hiKh Krailc nf moat and .toll at a ronnoimbli' prolH. r lit can liny "chrap" meats ami profitci-r- . No inferior mntts arc noltl in thU marki-t- . Oiir prices are down, but our mi'al art not. Conif to II. for the best in chops, bolls, roa.sts, salt mt'iit.s, bacon, poultry, oysters, .sausairi', jiiiiI fvcrythinj: curried by n tirst.class markvl. .slt-ak- Fori, - QUALITY UP. PRICE DOWN. coiii-mrln- lilm Willi Hip Catered at the Pott Office in LanMail caster, Ky., at Second-ClaMatter. n No Increase In Taxes 'Would Be Necessary Under Plan Louivillp, Construction of 4,000 of primnry hiKhwayn in Ken"! ' "", " LMCHter, Ky., Octtkr 13, 1921 tucky and the systum placed in op two Carolina,, and Kentucky in con- - ' nection with fl '". "P ",Hr ",M'" or ""I eration within fivp years i. poiblp Resolutions 'or markrtlnit by the farmer of th.-- , ,,H, llf,.rll(NI VVlll,r ,N, ,,,, , Sates For Political Aaaoauscaaaoata. without an incrca. of taxation, pxp- - j l'ntirc toba LODGE t the four r.. HALL OF LANCASTER ,.,.,, t ,r Mr,Mll P otTicpr of thp Kpntucky Good K For Precinct and City Office!.. $5.00 cutivo NO. 101 F. & A. M. Hp hPnrd flip dl.tant nur f n Hut. Tanlac 1. a splendid t.'on'c Road Association unnounced follow.! tairs- and For County Offices 10.00 np uu''lu'!' of the association in eniiiiiuc train the tntlim acent Uncater. Ky.. Oct. Uth, M2I. system purifier, now wiling at the Jut For State and District Offices.. 16.00 inir an informal nieetini; irginin has been romhicted for the came rulilnc wildly mil of thp ilcp.it WIIKItKAS Our ranks havp rate of almost Ten Million bottles Hobert J. Mcllr'ie. president of u- For Calls, per line .19 wllr a death, another call from thp Grim a year Stnrmes Drug Store. the association, said the money is farmers by four agent. J. II. Qui-- . For Cards, per line .10 ! hp sapp.l. Itenper, this time calling from among "Wlr from Hampton available nnd the question at issue enberry. chairman, of Fredericks, ' llri,ie'' ar""ml U"" For all publications in the interr,in" co" mn us our esteemed brother, Holn-r- t II is whether the State's legislative of Hall. Virginia; J. C. Stile, of Ash-- i "rU- - ",,,-- t Bt" est of individuals or expresland; W. W. Green, of llowlingl fJV.'Ul Totnlinson, therefore l ficers nnd citizens wish to build the sion of Individaal views, per UK IT RESOLVED: That in the) Green, and W. S. Garrett, of Hula. I I wi-- h to express my deepest grati v'ntn , , highways within the nhort period or ,w,f( line .19 Goochland county. death of llrother Tomlin.on thijtujP for the many acU of klndne. (,,. tnTf, olT hi. coat S,1V. ObitBaries, per llaa .01 continue the present system of con Should the present campaign to, .W nt hand thp inn eranp. ! shown " during the illness and death structing from 250 to 300 miles of "") f Hp ran up Hip lep. pine.! one ' oldet. mot useful and highly my wifp and tnkp thi method of road a year, short stretches in van sign up a pool of all thp siincure,l ' teemed member, thp community ptpre.xing it. ous parts of the State leaving patches tobacco growers of Virginia prow bund m, thp extended IimW. nnd t","'d. L It, Conn t,rpiillilp' one of it most upright, patriotic nnd of good road "that begin nowhere. successful they will handle more Tlierp wn. n hlnr. dlz)lns and highly esteemed rltilens and the1 thun 4,000,000 pounds of tobacco, , Men and Wemen. nnd end nowhere." most of which is raised in the vicin- nene rocking. I low hp did It- Iip could family a kind and indulgent "father. Alun .ailiHit wunmn without Tea on Gas and Cars. iPiiltrp hut lie snhi hod) ity of Richmond. That we pxtend our iincere and h,iMt fulling Into ili'k'ri.dutlou , l,n In order to put not luler ll,C and latip. Ii,1,p Hip intill I. In declaring that the money is over the pool, it must be completed j ear. heartfelt sympathy to the bereaved caunot cleate her without at the sania available the association officials said by bp furnished n copy l"tlie him. If. Alexander .November 1st. A large percen"TIip lirlilt;p around Hip cum1 I ones; that they that the present State revenue, for tage of the 'crop has been already Walker. ,p JnM niMua'ed to cusp to of thesp resolution, that n copy Ik--! iIiiuii" road purposes, yielded by the gener- signed up, DEMOCRATIC TICKET conan dthe committee the J.toiiniled mnll men. Then he lo.t furnished thp Central Record for, al tax levy of three cents, the auto fident that when the price u Chtss vs. Chtcksrs. obtained nxi.rliniMii-- v to rprsln It with the i publication ami that they bp spread r,i . . .- n.i.i. , .114,. mi- - 1. 1. ... ,.111, . mobile tax nnd one cent a gallon on For State SomaUr ..- r 1.1,, for the M20 crop becomes known to train at a lnndtlll. It crew griHied nt large upon the minute, of ur)W0)M, t(i(i rC(mtriw J. E. ROBINSON each gallon of gasoline, is sufficient the farmers they will Hhend, wherp a great irup .honed Hip order. I y have no In, Til. Willi uhlptl It I. t.il.tnl SnltlM to retire in thirty years a $50,000,-00- 0 ..n.... meant hrldsp liit.ni. Painfully Iip Gen. ..Smith, Jr. in signing up 76 per cent of the tlripd For Circuit Judge ef Hip hp are of ehony and boxwood, bond issue, which the association lilniM'lf from tl,p enr. A new growers of thi kind totobacco by sickening S. M. Turner hut tery satisfactory gtune tuny bp CHARLES A. HARDIN enntloti overcame htm. Hp has proposed. J. W. Sweeney, Commute, played with )rllmv Hplar. haowood, that time. crept In Mime l,iil,e ami ank Into The annual revenue for roads now Coaaaaoawealtli's Attorney Malnut, maple nnd birch outllts. Hip new is $3,700,000, Mr. McBryde pointed samp hold trup of decker., hut that EMMET V. PURYEAR Evening Meetings. llnw-- hp found hi way hack to the MT. HEBRON ramp u.iially . rnt.- -l ,1 IIhIp lower out, adding that the State can count olt-i;Iip could only dimly rememher. For ReatreteraUtie Miss Joyce Syler, the Demonstra In neleufllc Milnts- Ihnurli on $1,500,000 to $2,000,000 more n hut .oiiip hup wa rousing 1,1m In hi bought of Mr. Har- thnnle rhes nuthorlly Mr. Ed. Grow 110 an ROBERT II. TOMLINSON, JR. than llgnr Allan year of the Federal aid fund for road tion Agent, is planning a number of bed. it fellow tllletit. rison Dcfcn n nice gilt for $13. I 'op hold, that a n mental pspitUp construction. The rate of construc- evening meetings to be held through Trh-- to r't 3 mi up h an For Couaty Jnoco Mr. W. - Grow snd daughter, of the hlc!-- i . and mri- -i nrt chetk-- r tion will have to bp incrcapi if the out the county this fall. The first iii.iiik eil. Turlip hits gone.!' ".urji.t-J. C. WILLIAMS he. project of constructing 4,000 miles series of these will begin October 17 i;,, iii where I" Inquired . Waller Luc3 were in Danville Saturday nnd Sunday. and will continue through the week agilely. of the primary system is to be com For Conaty Altoraay Tanlac, the rpmarkable rptnvdy that .Mother d)lllg, 'HniiiP tejegram. pleted within a generation, he point a follows: A baby came on the 10th. to GREEN CLAY WALKER way look Iherp!" brighten the home of Mr. nnd Mrs, everjbody Is talMng about, N sold they n) ii hi Herring October 17th. ed out. by Stormes Drug Store. For Circuit Clerk It was a morning newspaper that Humphrey. Paint Lick October 18th. No Admadaaat NeesUd. the .indent held before Hip ee of JAMES B. WOODS. JR. October l!th. CartersviJIe M. rltobert Sallie, nf Lexington is The $50,000,000 bond issue would Ill glaring the hpwllilercd Walter. Mt. Hebron October 20th. make possible the primary system headline, the story wa told of the the guest of his cousins, Mr. nnd maalBatstaBlrT3lMIlasn For Sheriff llryuntsvillc October 2 1st. within six yenrs. It is propoed to manelixi. herol.iii of t'orbe, Mrs. R. - Grow. DAVE SANDERS Mr. Carl Buckler, State Club lead- a Miltent of Hampton college. The Deputies, Athby Arnold, II. D. Lee. use $42,000,000. for roads and $,. Mesdames W, L Grow and Jno. ,I 000,000 for the State'. cducatioiu er will show stereoptican views of run ii who had mm-- the hundred lite Hume, who are at the Dnnvillp llos if For County Clerk und ,pcnul institution nn dthe Ken- boys anil girls club work its well as had dlsapppiired lifter his Intrepid net pitnl.nrp doing nicely. p hi MISS FANNIE DOWDEN tucky State Fair. No amendment views which will interest the mothers of hrmery, but tlo dlMmery Rev. Manl3', who ha been in the coat hint re ruled hi Identity. 11 to the Constitution would be neces- and fathers of the boys. Mis Mar For Jailer' Threp dajs later n friend wroti lilm meeting here left Monday to begin garet Whlttemore, State Leader of IF SO harshness in Hip lilting 9 sary. The next session of the Gentelling him of Hip denlh of Mr. Fori. n series of meetings at I'lcnsaul Hill. DAVID ROSS if III. .1,... ....L l.i.. eral Assembly could pass nn act sub- Home Demonstration work and Miss Z ... .... r.. . ..Ill isiii.nr (till, iJ And four dajs Inter, graduating worse. Kindness Lulie Logan, District Agent, will thexllcy Mr. Henry Ruble bught from ,1 lif For Magistral mitting the bond issue to a vote of Hluld rare schnln.tlc honor), Walter & wp pursup in the aboeing Jof i? J. H. CLARK the people at the November election also help to make the program of rp,ltil n letter bearing one whrd, erent parties some hogs at 7 and all animals. u real value. Come out and hear the a well nine, welling, wonderful word 7' ct. epr lb. He also bought R. L. BARKER of M22. Wp ippair all kind.Marbliiery splendid things that the boys and to hi nnxloii oiil: "Come." And from Kil Grow two head of cuttle at 2 if Increased Farm Values. girls of Kentucky are doing with the Mrtl had written lit 5 and REPUBLIC ANTICKET R cts. per pound. I? In the event the bond :sup h H. VANHUSS help of the fathers and mothers. Myrilp greeted him a hp renehid Rev. and Mrs. J. W Mnhati, of. SI Voted it Is proposed to issyu bonds For Magistrate the t'orbe home the next morning. Lancaster, Ky llentyville were the guest of Misses Si nt the rate of $10,000,000 n year for NOAH MARSEE. JR. It was a pn l hello story that she Irvine Dcuii, Ku Grow and II. R, live years. This would be sufficient told, TIip news of the xnilng nf Hie lCMlQ.'riaraxgb'al'iall to construct the primary system of train hn, rearheil her mother before 1921. hr died, SIip saw her sou Hip hero State roads and make the greater 1 of hrmery. She 1 With the growing seuson almost of n wonderful part of them of the permanent type. The encouraging part of the plan is ended, except for very late tobacco had died happy, IIIp by her side. A upon her fnre, h bleosed lilm. said to be that tho bondscould be re- and small amount of the late corn smile In tbnt Imprewdvp moment that is now maturing, Kentucky's nnd In decelvp her, but promised tired with the $3,000,000 now. being to did not received annually for rad purposes crop conditions now indicate the pro. chungo Id life a inw Iip aept. Thp duction of approximately K'J, 1)24,000 true story of the railroad Incident Iip To und without increasing taxation, "With the small number of good bushels of corn compared to 10,f!5O,. had klncp mndp ptihllc. Five lach stove a4pe lOcla. "I bndp 3011 coine," spnkp MjHIp. roads now built in the State," Mr. 000 bushels last year, nnd 337,0CH,. 004 pounds of tobacco compared to I wished to thank yixi, to MclJryde said, "nnd the completed Mens oz Cottoa Gloves lOcts. network of primary roads touching 407,500,000 pounds produced in tell you bow proud I uin of you, thpiugli ) mi. my mother died 1U20. The United States entire every nook of the Statu undoubtedly Meas aood cotton socks lOcta. crop this year is now estimated linp,y and my brother was sated." will increase the number of cars in "It wns n prerloun word 3011 Kent tho State. At the same time the at 001,504,000 pounds compared to me" rexinilei Walter. "1 11111 through CalUreaa cottoa aose lOcts. farm lands will be 'increased in 1,508,004,000 pounds last year, or with my ciJI.'gp ethical Ion, and am about 34 per cent decrease. value." acrca aad over of going back east. Hut, If you ever send These estimates were issued at for tin again, that nnp word, 'Com.,' Get riil of that nervous, fretful Louisville and Frankfort by II. F. will rd me on my way to you." feeling. Ilracu up. Take Tanlac Bryant, Kentucky representative of "My heart bids hip sM-a better Loan Agent. und you will look everybody in the the U. S. Bureau of Markets and word," said Myrtle, M13I3- but Naw Court Houae LaacMter, Ky. face with a smile. Sold at S"torniea Crop Estimates, and State Commis nestly, "And Hist word la I" Drug Store. of Agriculture W. C. Manna. sioner "ritay. I Fm.iaa A Jtwiimac ft. THE AMFJtlCAN PWES3 ASSOqATION Envolved. mile " liHtnteiit. Vp. Hint . imp. but a , ...... ....v,. ... iiiriiin,, wli.w'p.mil.il frleiiil nepr Ihiil nipmbprs of thp pool werP murhj HHIp,,. imp. I m ...,,k-- !! eau to KrntitiPil by thi price- - obtnitipd. iirp lilm to tntv morp prt . m i The lot of tobacco HIM nuirp than, "Hmj. "- r:hp.l Mjrtle. b.-- t J'"" '- -" 1.000 hoK.hea.la. and a. non a. thp! "M.-l.- -r 't nnrrle. a..n, 1,1,,. f "' tobacco can be PXamined by the I'llllllllllllV. I. ,1 . -'" -l Walter Cn. 1,1. friend a sreat talk wp Iov.hI Oh. that dear one. nouncp, it will dutributp the net pro. hpr, lug , nfpr -f cepdi to each farmer, xxhich will be ,. ,ltk, ,,,,,,,,. ,,,, , ()h h(,w. hnn t( hrf . within n rouplp of week. Vr.i, up with Id , i .la u... I.e.llr Thr uccp of thp Virginia ven-- l seemed really m, tl,p ineinl. Tlien 'And removed her from our tleck. turp i expected to prove of great' iiip ennlimtp llted Hip town, there Sadly ml.cd by her llu.bnn! " Hntoit time and .iiiip lirnUen interct to tobacco grower., in the and Children. . .1... ...... croup or Inveline. lip wa vmip tnlli.nt nrrlnr. ' no lli riu up hi) MjrtlP pi.ll.ed Waller brother In .urp he int'iiiit In nj- - ".ihiipiIiIiic wn HLi Hint. iiipniiliit t it..... f WorH.lnstoi,. Hut .i,. ndded "In "tup tpiiI action." "I think I know what jou iiipmii Jijnip. nl.l Walter In hi. ii.iihI ill hlillT Worthlnctoii. wlm Hip mlilhilltHi nf Hip rpeelrlng tlcliMulliihil about lilm a If I nn emit Currey & Gulley. j lirl. tliHt Vimi l.e.p .,...,,. I nml.r -- . ". week n l attended service hcrpi In memory of our dear mother At the clop of thp servicp Monday ami wifp, Mr. Snlllp Lear Yt, who th.- church made an otTerinc to tho .lepartp.l thU lifp Oct. 18th, MM paotor of canned goods, jam, vpkp- table, etc., a an appreciation of his Wl. ,vp our darllsp mother. faithful service during thp meeting. . .n .., np na. inn. ... nil n.liecl. ... " ,Uk"Vr"- - The serie of mertini; which havp S.h'- h"; .," been in prngrps here rlosp.l Monday h to Wpw. . In Memory Montroniery the later (art of th ... ,t T niornini: after the baptizing wrviceh rmc ,,.,. ,,. , bv i,, ""'. ' by the pastor nt Dix Itiver There were 15 addition, L'O by baptism Dr. Dp Gnrnio preached the Gospel a taught in thp llible and thp church wni greatly strengthened by his doctrinal preaching. Mr Paul Italian! lid some line singing. They go from here to Newport for a meeting. May God' choicest bWnngs rest up-- I on them. , ...... ........ Card Of Thank .......... , . es-,0- I v 1 .. lliffi-cult- 1 - e. f It Your Horse I it t Ntrvous " Kentucky Crop Report For October, d.l MONEY BIG LEADERS 8 Loan On p Farms 40 SANDERS VARIETY CASH STORE LKa4taUxlatM Strttt. Tha Cantral Ftscord. LancatUi , Ky., Thursday, Oct 13 92 1 I 1 The New Store FRUITS, CANINES, UNDERWEAR, ' GROCERIES j I Mm. Susan Ycagcr, of Stanford, recipient of many hndome gifts. wan n visitor til Lancaster Wednc- The groom Is the son of .Mr. and ilny. Mrs. Albert May, of Itoyle county, connected with the oldest nnd bent Mm. Naomi Hamilton, Mr. nnd families of the State and Is of sterIn Danville Will Dicker,!! were ling character Mnmlay, Tou will be Interested in our Jb. Saturdays Specials ART in Mats Among the wedding guests were I am receiving my heavy goods for winter. HISIERY, SHOES. Look before baylag. TRADE HERE AND SAVE THE DIFFERENCE C- - SC. E1TG-- I Mis Lena Hrlght spent Saturday In Dnnvlllc with Mr. Gayle loty who it n ittudcnt In the High School Mr. nnd Mr. Jn. Hurnett, Mr and Mm. Hurdick Hurnett, Mrs. S. K. Waters, all of Shelbyville, Mr nnd Mm. C. II Wlshem. Perryville, .Mr. Mr. nml Mr Stonle Scbnstlnn nml Mm, t) C. Hebcrling, Georgevisited Mr. nml Mrs. John I'. Nevln town. Miss Herberling, Georgetown, lit Snlvlta the pnst week. Mm. Margaret Arnold. Mr. Ralph Anderson, of Alnhnmii, is vUitlnir hi mint. Mm. K. W. Mor-,-onritl Mr. .Marrow. w I which will ran throighout the entire season. We also have a splendid line of G000S H Yarns, Syltex and Silkine Embroidery Floss. f Gossip About People MmMmi aat there Mr ami Mm. Talton K. Wheeler, of Perryville, were gueU Minuay oi hi J.tcr, Mm Urn Wooil unil Mr. Wood. j A Rrkl at tM Cumlm Wa Aft Mm. Iletle Henderson, of Paint ' rw ITas Mr. and Mr. I.. Manuel and on, Lick, who has been with her Dunn, in Danville D. and Alvin spent Sunday with Miss P.lla of Dan Dr. tin! Mr J M Mr. and Mm. T. C Manuel of Crawl spmetime, ha. returned home I ville were Sunday Visitor here. With the culling season almost Switch. Mr. and Mm. II. Ximmer and Geo. over and the lonfer hen removed Mr. Martha Frisbie in visiting , Mr. George Robinson, Mis Min- It. Wright, have returned to Lanru.-Corn silage is slightly better for promptly from the flock the next important Mm. Graham Price in Danville. nie Mae Robinson find Mr. George ter for the winter, after .pending beef production than sorghum silage thine for poultry raiser of the State , Jr., have been recent visitors In several month in St. Joseph, Mich. (when the Mr. nml Jim, Ed Game wore visi are considered on to do in order to Increase the proLexington. tors In Lexington the past wtek. mi acre basis from the standpoint of. Z'.ep babv carriarp. fit from their flocks is to select the SALE roi: Hudson i in Paris economy, accor.llng to Itev. Hnrr" results or Woo,,, Wakor ,.aint Lic)(. hens that nre to be kept for breeders, Little Mis Anna Wager Miller, where he will attend the one hun Mm. W. S. Cnrntr ami Mis.. Hpthl test. conducti-i- l by the Kentucky nj. ij.fit ) poultry specinlists say. This i this In who ha. been real sick for several dredth twentieth annual meeting of Danville ' Carrier were "happen Agricultural Kxperiment Station logical time of the year to select the week I very much hetetr and hopes the Presbyterian Synod of Kentucky, Friday. get Pay your tax r.ow and been published in. which have breeders, nccording to J. it. Smith, to he out soon. tucky. bulletin form for distribution to in- - souvenir. J. A. Jlrntton, tjold agent in poultry from the Col- Mm. J. II. Kimmlrd attended the City Tax Collector. I terested farmers. The publication Mr. Hen Hughe, and daughter, W. C. T. h Convention In Danville 0f Agriculture. .inre it is pos- Mm. J. H. Kinnaird. Mrs. W. M. U,ble to distinguish them now by fol- results of growing! Mim Delia Hire Hughe attended the Klliott, Mm. Kdil Price, Mm. Lucy gives the live-yeMonday. com- I am no to tnck your "... y ilage under . lowing the culling method whereat: battle of Perryville celebration ' llallou and .Mm. William Lear at- corn and soruhum for e Mm. W. F. Champ and Miss "' both field and plot conditions and j fort in Perryville. h "P""- - ' " the flock tended the W. C. T. U. State Champ visitor. In Danville : ! 111 j may look alike. the thr avernec of feeding The hens that nre nt Danville Monday, Mf. William Comley, of Indiana-pollSaturday. trials to determine the efficiency of. KOk HUNT Simmon sitem farm laying now are the ones to keep a i. visiting friend nml relaMr. and Mm, Hoyston Hny enter- - these two feeds a. beef producers. for rvni by . J. Itice. Phone 17A. breeder. because experience ha Mm. Theodore Currey ha hren u tives In the county. He motored tnined at nn elegant IU o'clock din-- ( Twenty heail of steer were dividdj Hryantsville, Ky. shown that they" are the heavy layers, rererit visitor of Mm. Tidier Gnine) through last Monday. the specialists say. miay. in me center oi into lots oi ten each ami leu e.icnj tier Jast in Danville. A lot of go.vl home FOR SALE a cut glass vn.e oi winter, one lot receivtn corn silage It is important thnt t.ie nens to be Mm. P. L. Campbell, Mm. It. E. the table w Mm. W. It. fook. if Danville, ha and the 'grown, yearling heifer and steers. .Med as breeder have large capacity King ami Mm. Arch Hnrlamert, of autumn lltmem. A deliciou three nnd supplementary feed. fol- -' other sorghum lilage and the same Phone 5.'l, I7K or 12 hren the guest of her mother. Mm. Louisville which is indicated by n broad back are the guost. of Mm. J. eoume menu was served to the W. S. Carrier. E. - Owsley. lowing guest: Mr. and Mm. Logan kind, of supplementary feeds. The and deep body together with high C Williams and Mr. Williams. d Hubble, Mr. and Mm. Tom Ray, Mr. bulletin point., out that the chief FOR SALS: Pure hred Rhode vtality which Is indicated by the conCol. W. S. of Covingtan d Mrs. Charles Scott, Mr. and Mm. vantages to be derived from .Sale of Women'., ami Misses tine Call Phone formation of the birds. The back .!!... "...i ii. k... Iir. II iiiiii;i.i, uilli hi. ,.-rl..n.l-- lIsland Red Cockerels. I1M. Smith, Mr. and Mm. iCIijah tuting sorghum for corn silage are 220. .Sample Dresses Vnluei. 2'J.50 to Julian Klliott. of the desirable breeder should carry here thin week. it width back to the tail while the All materials and MrMillinn and son, llolnian. J., Mis.-- ! that sorghum will .stand a drouth betHH.fiO at $!.. 50. Miss Martha ileitis-- of Lexington, colors at THE HUH, danville, Ky. es Alice and Kmily Ray, Hirdie Mae Iter thun corn and i not as t.nily ib'pth of the body measured between FOR SALE'Some fancy Hrown tre ends of the breast and pelvic with her mother. It. liwson, Ida Speake, Angie Arnold, hurt by frost. nt the week-enTaking into account the larger! Leghorn Coriterel. bones .should be at lean the width Mm. Kiln Rett Is. Messm. Aimer Ray and Stanley Ray. Miss Rebecca Williams wishes to C. J. Kay, Lancaster, R. 3. yield of sorghum an acre, the higher of your tlngem when the hen is in Hern-stad- t Mii Mattie Cornier of Esi ) announce to her customers that she The following invention nav' cost of producing sorghum silnge, the laying condition. upent Saturday and Sunday ha moved to the Hnpti.t amonage, been issued: chenper vnlu placed on steers that General indication of high vitality A few choice S. C. FOR SALE with Mlws l.utx on Richmond street. Also that her Reception received orghum silage .the greater P. I. Red Cackcreis. Phone 40 J. in hens are a brond, deep head, are cash and prices right. At Woman's Club brihgt, prominent eye. long, deep receiving corn j gains made by steer Mm. I. T. Wilson of Richmond, terms Mm. K. W. Perkins, Hryantsville. Thursday nfternoon, Oct. lllth body; strong, parallel legs; stylish I silage, and the larger amount of daughter, Mm. Jennie West, of TuImi, Oklahat been the gueit of her To greet new member t sorghum silage and supplementary carriage and an nctive disposition. Mm. l .V. Miller homa, Is visiting relative, in the city Four o'clock. feeds required with sorghum silage Some fancy S. C. These arc the points to look for in FOR SALE: and county for a few weeks. She Mm. James Smith ha. returned to produce 10t pounds of grain, sorg- Rhode Island Red cockerels The picking out the bird, that are to bo has spent the Inst four months in from a visit to hrr i'.er, Mm. hum silage is 12 "J per cent a. econo- Tompkins Owen farm strain. kept for breeders, the specialists say. Washington City with her son, MillArnold in Covington. mical n is com silage for beef pro- - Phone 2. Detail. of the culling mthod which .Mrs. Fred Hall, ard F. West. Paint Lick, Ky. also may be used In picking on the The wedding of Miss Cassie Mae duction. the bulletin states. One Mr. John Walter, of Paris, spent Miss Hurnett. of Shelbyville to Mr. Albert acre of sorghum silage nml supple-D- e Mm llrlle Arnold Francis, birds that nre to be eliminated from with his sister, Misse the week-enFive or ten the breeding flock nre contained in FARM LOANS: Sallie Lou Myem. Mrs. F. 11. Marks-burPauw Mny of Danville, which win mentary feeds nroduced 30.4 per Mamie and Kthyl Walter. Mr. nnd Mm. John Cill Kin- - ftolcmnited at Pleasant Grove church cent more beef than did one acre year loans on good land. Circular No. 101 'Mch mny be obS. T. and E. W. Handle, )ln. Claude Rice Game, attended nalrd attended the Hurnett May Thursday. Oct. f.th.. t 8:00 P. M.. of corn silage nnd supplementary tained by writiiiic .!ie Experiment 227 West Short, Lexington, Ky. Station, Lexington. the Chriitlan Endeavor Convention wedding at Pleasant. Grove church was a very beautiful affair. The feed but it cost nn average of In Lexington the pant week. Ihurwiay evening of church decorated by Mr. O. C. Heher-lin- f 24.55 to produce 100 pound Would Spart Daddy Fitting. of Georgetown was the perfec- beef with the sorghum silnge and Mr nn.l Mr. V Mil1..r w..rM In Mm. Desile F.stei u vl.iting her! 535.00 STRAIGHT SALAR : Aliiri.-Is fond of her daddy and of "r,i,.lC ,,cau,.y ''.,h ,l ,,r" S21.84 with the com silage when the fition sister, Mm. Aloys Srhwnlhach and, Covington Sunday, the guests expense to man or neer wishes to hurt hl feeling. One yellow-anwhite erysan- two were charged at thesnme price. per week ana their son, Mr. and Mm. Joe Miller, fusion of Mr. Schwalbach, in Newport. (woman with rig to introduce Eureka dny she ate too much enmly unit made They were accompanied by Mr. themumis and ever green and the Steers receiving corn silage of 21 Egg Producer Iwmeir so sick lie tmtl to go tit IkmI. Eureka Mfg. Co., Mm. II H. Miller' mother. Mm. Mary Hinter-tus- nrche of southern smilax spanning pounds more each day than thoe re- 1. Mm. Sam Hntvldn. Iwr daildy would go Past St. LouU. Ill.'Kv,'r' "N'' ceiving sorghum silage, the publicanistes. ' In to see now Mie wn, unit tlnally, Hourland and Mm. Carlton Klkln who tetiiained for several week the bridal altrr nnd the A benutiful muical program pre tion point, out. The bulletin is No. wn "' J';,fuV '"I ,,n'1i ,lm Iwhr" were recent vlsitom in Dnnville. SALE:-Year- ling R..m visit. FOR to nk her. she ceded the ceremony rendered by Mm. 2:CI nnd may be obtained free by nk roe,by Hampshire Lam and out of i Sired , u. ,in,L. f(,r , w JOU Rev. William K. Rix, who several George Crow, pianist. Miss Hates,' writing the Experiment Station, Lex- Mm. II. D. Ilnvkers, of Kl Dorado,, a South down Kwe Good imiiviiiuniif..(, ..,,,,. Ark., Is here for a vi.it to her par- week ago accepted call to the pas- -f violinist and M!s Katberine Warriner ington. and will tell worth the money.' torate of the Haptist church here, whu sang, "Love Me Truly." ents, Mr. nnd Mr. S. II. Henry-Mr- . Tropical P.oplefc M,nU,,,' 7.. T. Rice & Son. Phone X17A. HAMILTON VALLEY has moved with his family into the During the ceremony Mrs. Crowj "'otlonnl mentality of tropical mile out on lluckcye P'"e. V.. I Owsley has returned home recently vacated by Mis He- - nnd Miss Hate played "Call Me. a remarkable belief, but n fact easily from a visit to her dauhtrr, Mm. Williams, becca on Haseldell Thine Own." The bridal party enI Mr. Homer Hyland wn. in Richr, II. Cook and Mr. Cook in Danville. mi-- oit-- i tiiiniii Heights. tered to the strains of Mendelsshon's mond In; Monday. FOR RENT: A desirable brick ami will tie pniveil that the excessive wedding march. residence, for family or boarding use of sugar could tinxluce sueh re- Mis Rebecca Williams and Mr. Mm. .1. N. Hulette viited Mrs. Mr. Hettls Miller, of Lexington Thi liriilnl nrores.imi heiran bv the ' house, 12 rooms, heated by furnace, j w,(fc Only a llengaleso Pendleton William, have niovu.l to entrance of Mis Mae Herberling. of ,to,,, M Shaw Wednesday. Is .spending a few day in lincaster splendid bathroom and close to pub. tu'ieiitlst lias found thnt the blop.) of with her brother, Mr. Tink Ander- - the Haptist parsonage on Richmond Georgetown, and Miss Susie Hell. Mr. and Mm, Hyland visited Mr. lie Square. Apply: troplml mii.Iik cotitnlnit a blcher er street. The house they vacated on Davis, of Danville, son. who marched and Mr. Vnntl of HyattsvHle SunHaselden Hrothem, cent of sugar tlinu nihem. New York Height will be occupied Haselden SIiiIIchI Journal. opposite aisle, following Jay. of Knoxvllle, by the Haptist minister, Rev. Rix down Mr. Will Marr. A full line of Field Seeds, Wheat Hilly King nnd Harrett Messrs. Mm. Mary Wilson and Mm. Mar-l- and Ryu. Tile Fire Hriek, Clay and Tenn., ha been visiting hi ti.ter, and family. Nicholas, of Danville. Then the Rev. lion nell. were in Richmond I Mm. G. H. Swinebroad, on Danville Common Hriek. Cement. Rock and .Mr. ami .Mm. Chns. .Manuel ami, r rank 1 inner, nr., 01 .or;n .uniuie- - Saturday road. Sand Right Prices. wn-unw. , Mm. G. W. Thompson is quite ill lunner pu.iur 01 jiinugnier, neien, .nr. Jonn .Manuel GARRARD MILLING CO Mr. and Mm. Alfred Tankersley daughter, Haiel, have returned After him came the lovely little flow-Mm. Thompson, who has been at this writing. girl. Mary Elizabeth Heelur, who visited Mr. and Mm. John Kinnaird Itiiig her daughter, Jtm. Harry Hud-- I to their home in Roseville. HI., after Mary Hrown, of Uryantsville Mi nigni. son and Rev. Hudson, returned Sat- - n very pleaant visit with Mr. nnd perceileil the britle ami her mnlil oflau'i" FOR SALE OR RENT: -- Garage was visiting Mis Lou Ella Doolin , hdna HowmT, of hhel-Mr. nml Mm. Win. Clark spent urday to her home in Springfield. Mm. I. Manuel nnd other Kentucky honor, Mi night. byville, who Joined the groom and Saturday night with G. II. Robinson on Public Square. Potsession given Wednesday relative and friend. Ky. January 1st.. 1022. Address Mis Hlanche Speake, of Lexinghi best man, Mr. James Davi. of.,,,, WhiN Lick. Allte Arnold, with her parton spent the week-enDanville. The bride nnd groom took . Mr. and Mm. Robt. Wilson. Colorado Springs. Colo. ents, Mr. and Mrs. S. II. Speake. Mr. their place under the bridal arch beCare of School for the Deaf. fore which stood the man of God, and Mm. Jack Wilson visited .Mrs. Mr. and Mm. Joe Aldrldge nnd (il.S.7t.) who in his usual imptessive manner Lucrensy Wilson last Sunday. children, of lincaster were gueit.. r ivime.1 the cercntuny that .it. Then ure several folk out tmlay Stove Hpo and elbow, 1 tl et. Sunday of Mr. J. P. Hnnim and famT- - the ttran' hunting grape nnd chestnuts. The jt.F coal hods, shove', stove boards, ily .em man ani wfe f "Here 'ome.. Tie H'.de," U rhestnuU nre flue this season. eook heaters, pokers, lerond-luinMis Lou Ella Doolin entertained edding party left he hur.-b- . John Kinnaird and John Hilton cheap; Mailable ratipes, buggy har-lie- for the week-enMlste Ella Mae The fair joung bn.'e wa gowne ' have returned from Missouri, report a and breeching, broom and ico Hournc and Vola Hrown, of Lancasi white satin, with pearl trimmings ing u nice time, and a good country. cream frceter nt cost, second hand t'ie veil caught back by n wreath o' John Hilton found the Honey pond wagon, Double Cultipackvrs. choup. ter. show ornnrc blossom, nnd rnrried n Mr. and Mrs. Millard Iluoun and J. R. MOUNT & CO. and is making haste to move there er bouquet of white rose utid valley before the pond freeze over. John children, of Point I.oavel were week My six end guest of their parents Mr. and FOR SALE OR RENT: ..?. . :.:,0.r...'i"i Ki""lrd say. he U In no hurry a. Dowser, he would Just nx soon skate on the room brick dwelling with store room Mm. J. P. Ilanini. 4 enrrjed Columbia rose, Miss Davis, nttuched, 21 x 53 ft. on Stanford ice. This Rev. De Garmu closed n very In green taffeta nnd tulle, carried Street, adjoining County Jail. Ideal Interesting two week's meeting nt YOU CAN EAT. THAT Lodge of Carters-vill- e The Itebeknh Columbia roses, Mis Herberling, in General Merchandise Mt. location for Hebron Sunday night with 31 gave nn ice cream supper Sat- business. pink taffeta, carried Ophelia roses. a You Met it We member- - added to the church 2'J by urday night, Oct. Hth., also hud n I The petite Miss Ueeler, in white S. H. Estes. baptism and 2 by letter. organdy and lace and pink tulle, car- - few pies. A large crowd was presMr. and Mm. F. W. Montgamery ried a basket of pink and white rose ent and everybody enjoyed thementertained Sunday Mr. and Mr. buds; Mr. Wn, Hurnett, mother of selves and the boy were very' nice store Eugene Clark and little daughter, of Please call at Holtzclaw' the bride wore cream canton crepe. and quiet. We thank them for their Danville, Mr. and Mm. James HamilMm. May, mother of the groom wore good behavior and appreciate their anil list your property. , 11. C. Hamilton, City Assessor. ton, of Lancaster, Mr. and Mm. Stevo buying of the ice cream and cake brpwn beaded georxette. ) (10 Walker and baby, of Marksbury. The bride and groom were the and bidding on the pies. by Th t4 la. Dr. nml Mm, J M. Acton, of Dan- grnnrfmother of the bride; Mrs. Het- ' ville spent Sunday with Mr. and Mr. tie Hurnett, Louisville, grandmother of the bride; Mm. Alice Mny, Dan-- , Will (lark on the Lexington pike. I ville, grandmother of the groom Mr. Cnm llnye. of Stanford, is Among .nnny functions givm ml the guest of hit ncice. Mm. Luther honor of the bridal party wns tru Gibh. nml Mr. Gihhs, in "Hill Court." elaborate dinner given Wedneda evening. Oct ,'ith., by Mr. nnd Mm. Mk'ts Maud and Snllle Lou Clark Hen King treir handsome ho.'iej and Miss Lida Hroaddus were attrac- on the Lexington road. visitor of Mm. Will tive week-enClark and family. ' FRANCIS-SMIT- ClaitiM Mm RATESi Single insertions Ic a word No ad taken for less than -- Oc In this column. No ail In this column cl.argtd. Seven insertion for thr price of five. Phone orders must be paid I 5 ' We nctl several g(ol rren to sell Singer rewlnr; mnchine nnd collect ,. .r.,,.,t. f!nn,1 Avinnrttinlt In. flf advancement. For full particulars, 3 ' nddres Singer Sewing Mnchine Co., 5I W Danville, t) Ky. J CORN SILAGE 2 "SI Hotter Than Sorghum Experiments Show. tqi. Uan RJ.rlls Best Selected Now I D-- jut I Sat-unla- Iter-nic- vre n fZX? ., uO-rt-.T.- i ad-ati- t. ubti-Hufor- .) d t. Jiff Burnett May d y, g, - - h, - ""' 1 (10-i:l-2- at BOURNE on 1 r .) d ON THE SQUARE d We've opened shop with d Meat deliver in ,nr.1: hurry. Ruble Notice. raaae 209. n-2:.- Th Central Record. Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, Oct 13, 92 1 1 THE. REAL A HONE TO CHANCE OF YOUR LIFE. FIT YOUR POCKETBOOK 150 Acres of Rich Land To "be Sold at PUBLIC AUCTION to the Highest Bidder on the Premises Tuesday, Oct. 25th, BEGINNING PROMPTLY AT TEN O'CLOCK A. M. 5-10-15 '21 DESCRIPTION This fine farm lies 911 the new Danville and Lancaster Pike, at Herrings School house just across the pike from Bettis' store, about two miles from Lancaster, Ky. The farm is now all in grass and the larger part has been in blue grass for many years, and is the very best of hemp, tobacco and watermelon land. Scattered over the boundary are hundreds oi the very finest locust trees. It is watered with several never failing springs. SUBDIVIDED This farm will be cut up and offered in several lots and small farms ranging in quantity from five to thirty-fiv- e acres. (Some and 20 acre tracts, facing on the Danville pike. ) These are beautiful sites. TERMS WILL BE EASY. Call and talk the matter over with me before the day of sale if you are interested. J. E. Robinson, Agent That conference on universal will soon be In full swine. We hope the rope doesn't break. American Legion News enter yean, The Bayern, first German liner to New York harbor in seven (locked within 10 Oyard of the tToice of the American Legion's national commander there, but the HATFIELD Legion took no part in the official DINTIST welcome which New York's mayor Offic ot.r TIm G.rrmrW Bask. It was reported that e .ten Jet', Pkes Offic S. fUsMUac 371 iierr Captain Oscar Schwamberger LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. of the iiuynern commanded a Gerbut man the war of 1914-1a Legion representee's effort to board the ship to confirm the report met with no success. Exclusive. Marshal Koch will not come to America to be officially heard at the Optometrist international disarmament conferDANVILLE, KENTUCKY. ence in Washington, Paris dispatches are pointing out, although he will Opposite Gilcher HeUl. Offic Hours 8 to 12 ad 1 to . let his views on urmament be known. The marshal's visit Is a private one, it is being carefully explained, in response to the invitation of the American Legion to attend its convention. Premier Hriand will head the French delegation to tne conferMINERAL DIRECTOR ence, sailing Oct. 129, n week after OUlre Over National Hank. Marshal Koch. Or. Printus The bodies of four unidentified soldiers, one from euch of the four prominent American cemeteries in France, will be assembled at Chalons- and a officer of the American army tn( Germany will select one of them to return to the United States and inAn honor) terment in Arlington. A guard, General Allen of the urmy of occupation, und a delegation from) the Pris poi.t of the American Leg- to ion will accompany the body A Lexington woman, who has a llarve, at which port it will be plac- - summer home in the Katt, gave an ed on the battleship, Olympia, which old ham, cooked in Kentucky way, to sails Oct. 'jr for the. United States. a New Kngland woman of distinResidence I'hone 3. Ollice Phone 'S! herself With the entire nation paused at guished ancestry who bus In the Missouri state convention of LANCASTER, KY. noon In two minutes of silent pruyer( won high reputation as nn urtitt and anthe American Legion, it was author, In acknowledgment of the nounced that n reslution concerning American Legion service men of the, ham from Kentucky, the New Kng-lan- d Hergdoll, draft deserter, worl dwar from each State ami ter-- j Orover C. woman, though confined to her As n ritory will do homage to the uiwas about to be introduced. bed by illness, wrote the following: member rote to read it, another known American soldier at Arlington, VETERINARIAN. shouted: "I move lis adoption." A national cemetery on Armistice Day. old Virginia Call Aniw.rtd Promptly Day et rar of approval came from the as- Medal of Honor men also have been "They may take their ham sembled delegates and it' was unani-mutl- y designated by the government as ofNlrM. I'hon. 317 And bury it long and deep adopted without having been I ticial mourners. Ilonory pallbearers And soak it in champagne and rum KENTUCKY I.ANCASTHH.. will be eight generals of the army read. that put strong men to sleep; and four admirals of the navy, with men who can The only petty officers and That Thomas Jefferson ate, vote in the" coming city election" in as body bearers. President Harding Hut the real true thing Ilirmingham, Ala., are those who be- will deliver the funeral oration. That makes angels sing came disabled from wound or sick-ne- ! "The teacher will be hanged, the Is the hum of the lllue Grass duris; the world war, provided Hurali for vacation.", State! they do not own IGOO worth of tax- Ibuoks burned. the sentiments of school They may employ the best St. Croix. able property. The state legislature kills the world over are spoken by a recently paiesd a law exempting i French urchin, Marcel Sevel, who "Great Daniel Hoone by the light of poll-tamen from payment of writes to his several hundred foster the moon The court held the meature fathers, member! of the Kvanston, Salted the first wild pig; unconstitutional, automatically III., pott of the American Legion, j From his bottle true of moonshine the former soldier and The boy, constant friend of the dew Spectacles and Eye Qatttt sailors. The American Legion found doughboys during their stay Ini He took a mighty swig. a law, however, which enabled perKntptok France, was adopted by them ami manently disabled citizens to vote (MhUi Wecal lint) now is supported by the Legion post. So whenever you crave a Blue Grass payment of poll tax, and without Artificial Eyes pig Oscar K. Carlstrom, Aledo, III., obtained a ruling that minor physical of The memory of that mighty swig defects will constitute the required newly elected commander-in-chie- f FOURTH l CHESTNUT, disabilities. A man who lost his the United Spanish War Veteran, Blows gently on tht waiting heart ff mttttnlm Ilu finger can vote, it is held, where as was one of the original committee And Virginia is beaten at tht start. Lexington Herald. a soldier who came through with all of fifty membvrs of the A.K. F. which sur-Mar- J.J.Byrne ten of his digits cannot. Several thousand longshoremen, who struck and tied up shipping on the Hoboken, N. J., waterfront, returned to work long enough to unwheat on load the army transport soldier dead on board, with -,- J-4 allowing American Legion potts to hold turned services. The strikers, men, many of whom were declared they would take care of the bodies of their dead comrades despite the wage controversy and added "We'd do it free if necessary." organized the American Legion ml GUY. Paris In IUI9. He also Is a member of the G. A. It. of Illinois by ndop-- i Mr. Kmmit Huffman purchased a I tion. Ford touring car. I Mr. an.l Mrs. Milton Ward visited the Leo Hartley, Satanta, Kas., Mr. and Mrs. William Clark Wedtallest American in service during the world war, will corry the colors! nesday. Mr. George Yantis. of of his post at the national convens tion of the American Legion nt Kans-- n Pu., spent the pait week, with here. City this month. He stands seven ' feet, two Inches in his socks. He Mr. J. P. Foley sold to Mr. lctor was In the air service. Leor Saturduy 13 fine 'JOG lb. shoals at 7U cts. per pound. Mr. and Mn. John D. White were recent visitors of their daughter Mrs. James Marsee anil Mr. Marsee. Mrs. Wm. Walker, Mrs. Henry Tut-tivisited Mrs. Simon Tankcrsley Thursday afternoon. last Messrs. M. F Stuort and James Stormes Drug Store Heath of llerea, spent Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. Kmmit Huffman. I rela-tive- Miss Helen Murrey ,of TucoIa, III,, Messrs. Cecil and Klchard Henry were visitors the past week of Mrs. 0 It. Henry and Mr. and Mrs. Mil ton Wani. Mrs. P. C. Prichett. of Stanford, who ha been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Hrnry Yater the pait two weeks has returned to her home in Stanford Mi J. A. Beazlev Tribute To Kentucky Product. Carrie Yater accompanied her for u visit. Mr. and Mrs. William Lane were hosts at an elegant" dinner Thursday. Their guests were Mr. Tom Walls, of Ohio, Mn. Clay Wallt. of Casey, Mrs. Wm. Lear, and Mr. Hen l.ane. A pleasant day was spent by all One of the most charming events of the fall seaton was the dinner given Thursday by Mr and Mrs. Milton Ward and Mrs. C. It. Henry. Thote present at this deliirhtful affair were Mrs. John Henry and little daughter, Lucille, Mr and Mrs. It. II Lee Anna Otborn after a Miss Ward and three children, Mrs Ollie visit with Mist S.illie Durham, of Gniham and tittle son, Mrs. J. L. Jessamine returned home Sunday, Yuntls and sons, George and Herchel Mrs. William Griggs and children and Mr William Simpson, spent the dny Monday with Mr and Mrs. Wm. Smith of Pleasant Hill. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Cummins and with children spent the- - week-enMr. and Mrs. Luther Smith of Jud-soe, d Walker Mrs. Albert Phillip, after a visit with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. T. I Yanti., returned Friday to her home Mc ROBERTS at Corbin. DRUG STORE. C7Q ts i Southern Optical Company x. Acttic Acid From Coconut. Mrs. Mlley llcazley and little daughter were visitors Wednesday of I Acetic lield l Mint her mother, Mrs John Hroadus, of from ciHiiini 'ells In Ceylon Hyuttsvllle. and Mesdames Carrie Davidson were Wednetday W. T. Sutton Positively no fox hunting or hunt-o- f guests of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Davidson any character or trespassing on of (.anenster. our farms. Any violators will be Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Une and son, proiecuted. W. S. Kmbry, W. A. Price, T. J. Klzu ond daughters, Misses Flonnle u Price, Kd and N. II. Price, Fithtr and Savanah were visitors in Herring, Crit Meadowi, Ansel MeaSaturduy. Mr. and Mrs. James Yantis had dows, John Collier, J. S. Schooler, for their guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Joe Crltclllii, J. M. Crbxlllla, Hobert Homer Highland and son, William, Speake, George Conn, Jim Conn, Henry Arnold, Marion Johnson, W. of Cartersville. K. Whltaker, Tom Conn, J. M. Mr. and Mr. Doolin, Misses Cora Meadow, W. T. King, John Rich, and Flora Dolln were entertained Sam Rich, J. C. Conn and J. F. Sunday ut the home of Mr. and Mrs, Adams, It L .Arnold, Mr Victoria J. I). Kay of Loyd. Anderson, G. T. Ballard, Sr., E. L. Mesdames Colman Gulley and W. Woods, and B. L. Kelley. (Other name will be added upas J, Romans, of Lancaster, were guest Thursday or Mr. and Mra. W. T. the payment of 33 ceata.) Sutton aal Mrs. Carrie Davidson. (tf.) Attention Hunter Dan-vlll- The K.tcord. Lancaster, Ky. Thursday. Oct 13, 1921 f htitlfiraw l rt FIX FARM INCOME BIT i fireenl. ni by mnrki'ti for VOLUME OF BUSINESS or ntnnll n r i'ii. ItTi-- lenut otrntlIIr by tillable Innd on liilonahi iri ! arpa vsna. sSsaaastajsaiaF:rajsTaatiaiv I fclKi SAake Kill wmSmsit i mam thousands TOofYOU wish to know howthru women have none 1 Must lo Margin Above Annual j Maintenance Chargp. 61ft ef Ouilnttt It Meit Important Factor to fie Considered in Seltct. Ino a Place Three Thlnrja ta Remember. hlalfa IVrl-mn- t of Acri'iiltiira.l ii fnnii IiiiIiiik of nl li'iot fnlr ali' t protldf nn Inroim' I lull niHiiiti'iisim1 will imrol) mid ImrEO" tlni' rlmrsfi mo tHiillti lj- IiIkIht for miiiiII fnrin xt'tit1- iijr tlmn fur Irirsc iitu". of till' I'llltlll .StHCl lffirttllfllt A furiii mn ho of of Arrlrtiltnro. MKli fti' n to fnriilili tnoit llvlnc rh n wei- ni'Hlt of tho fartHor, lnlili mid fruit. ii well in noiicli to ti)- ihi' inxi'i mul niniiliii l n imir. hut niii- r- tln-r('Ill lthoo IhI" BIUiiihI imillitiliiilHT miulo thnrso no insn nin iirtiilnnliitlim n iirilii. mid f ta il ThH Mttf it l thoiiiilnl of tin ii full lo liniltTMmid nhv thf do not ti't nhffid fiitiT, win n, lit ii iimt'or of fiict, tin N Midi Iro of lmliif Ihi'ti- - Ii only n tllKht Hint li ft nflcr llillt of nny imirslii ohlnlnliic :i I'""' IMiic mid I'njliu' IV and thousands motherhood without knowing some of the pains and discomforts incident to childbirth? Listen to this: Easier! titt volumo of huMm rnn bo nrliloto by ooonornlinl tni'lboi. Tlmt the aolimto of tittl ( thnt run bo roiidurti'd on llio fiirm I Mirh Hint It will j bid an inroino Inrco . onoiisb to (irorlito n romfortnblo nftcr I'dMliC tbo llba.oiitily lico nry of orarntloti mid for the mi nilfiinli' Urine fnrnior mid hl fnnilly, for or fnliiro ili'inntiil. Tlmt Una innr-Clll- MEO IN OLD KENTUCKY - ON - Dixie Stock Farms SANDERS BROS. i''iiot t AMON, Props. HOME of the EXTREME BIG TYPE jroo'l Wo offer now for quick n!c trn hig tpo Po im ! i ar nt iht- - boat nt fiimicr pncoi. We ntr now booking nrtlora for fnil t 'her tx nt biirpn rricc to be tlolivorod nt ton wcok ..1':. rhr'rrn All hoRi hnvo been iloublt' trintcl. Wh uk- ii ,cruii bonr wtirn you enn tte n rea! i.ontr tn jroodr.fw one At n moilfrnto price. p-- ITrfnl It riiilir - thr t l,lll DAIRY COWS LIKE VARIETY S iiit Few Speckled Applet, Btett, Carrots and Other Worthiest Foodstuffs Are Delicacies. dnlry row iipprofliilri rnrloty In n rntloii nlliiot h minli nn liny, cm In and "ll;ik'o litimnn mid nfliiltily alunild nn Hit1 i mi it port of tbo nitloti lint n fow aiHTkli-a- l nppli . boott, nirnda. ntnnll potnli'. nnd oilier wortlili-fiMltlllTt nit nrt- - di'llnirli'i to HuTjio tliilrjiiuin who thliik of ron-. III row In thl wny. not only kirp lln'tti In Untirl-lilii- c romlltlon, but la Iniini'dlnii'ly h) mi Itirri'nn- - In milk )l.'ld. A alnxnt ttate of IxinK for a woman. Motherlx! ricatr m new At a retult, nrw nrrtet, lliow here tofote rcttful and tmictrcnt. iprmc intonctivity.thry cry out. they tingle, they tiuni in their unteit The netwmk of nenrt aricni thr uNlnmen, the loini, the ami tt now become tuff tentt ether t ive. All t hete netvet are t vine callctl on to perform unutual dutiet. ltk daily use. It to gradually, gently and elfertively telat the muvlcs and nerves involved In the function of thdd healing, to make the ikin toft, li.ille ami ektttlc to that it may ctpnnd eatily mul naturally n the atKlimiinal enlarge thereby relieving the tcntion mul ttram on these imitclf. ami netvet of the otherwise tevere ihttcmioo liefoie delivery. Mil J ll.rlm.n. IIS Palm St., IWt.nlim, Pa My ' am milltnf am aniNaut lo teltmnr her . riend It did mother Nuf mm .! muth mhI thmt I mouldn I be roar I J 00 a ill It'ilh without it il hitdten I hed a dtKtnt snd oir fitrt a nuttm mnd then they hed tnue lntru merit, but with my ail f wit mhilJl en I tinlf hed a niiiM. me hed rut rime tit ery ivaan'r Let a 4.ium a fifteen mm ten ihI nnlf C Mnthtr't Fiimd it utei! eitetnatly ai n matvite, nnd iti purtxite, thru lt Iht For particular, call or writo I SANDERS BROS. OR JOHN M. AMON, LANCASTER, KY. - " i'ifiit", MARKSBURY Itcv. J. W, Mnhnn, a former pastor preached at the-- church lnit Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Km met Long were guest. Sunday of her mother, Mrs. Turner, of the (lillond vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. Senrcy, of Versailles spVnt several day Inst week with Mist Hunter and Mr. Creen Ktes. Mr, and Mrs. Stuart l'help and children, of Lexington, were weekend guests of Mr. and Mr. Troy Hogg, returning home Sunday. Itev Lewi Thompson wnt une.x- railed on to preach the sermon Sunday nt Cilbert Creek. He , met the occation bravely and did ' Thru- - fiertrt mini If futctfml nrul ctinior Jrt, mutt ln put in totnlilion lor fie emit tli.it it STAR BOARDERS lrnlini. vf NOT WANTED tlia-l- x- - lcc If these nerves me not Mtheil uid quieted, they may let up aggravated nerve tcntiui, incrciiinc tn severity from month to month, unmtimei ul-- a c en culminating in n nervout ,urnly-tiMany t,- - twt a. nfat iffwnmnl of the Iwf k anil Iimtt. Thtt leave Midler Frwtw! It mntimi no n.rrotiii. in n condition ulictc the mothet or halMt fuvmmc dibit antl tt tvtfrcllr the it unable, fully, to meet thr teit tarmla.t. All tfiaj.- - hmm eettf Mothei when the climat of maternity arrives. Klleivl : fr iJ untr WARNINO fJtt iui,prui nJ itihliluln ,x a Ii, f mat hhu Ajm nHemtJtnntJ. c ilurtut tili'iilutily Hint III Mime of If Milk Flow Ii to Be Kept Up Cow Must Be Permtent Other, wise Discard Her. runiiliik' i t to-ta- .. fmnlv I'"' I" ! Ullhotlt . the lotnfiirt of Tliti It N (tint llif ili of tin- - fiirm llllll- l- l ono of lilt- - IUOt llllMirInnt. if not ilia riimt in artn n t. fuctor ft-I hii. an tlfti-i- tin- - liirt.tnf N Innilll-lit-ii- l to do tM. (Hid tin- - fiiri'icr to In I ! , I - -d In M'li-tiln- m iht It l In tlil IIHAI)Hr.l.I kroulatok IVpt 10. Atlanta, eeee atvl me wiiImmi rat a enpy r( vnul t...kktmMOTMKKM(X)ln.lTIIIAIIV. t). co. t !)', Va- That In. inn lllllko ollll' of t lira-- roll haw :ui a .pj a.r I tin i. to fontlnl. taliio of 1 ii fit rtii. fn rut T9XELWD Uttcl by Eipettant Molhert tin tlini tin' IlllllSt. ; tliiit volume ttenie st . r. i MARKETING ALFALFA PRESENTS SEVERAL DIFFICULT PROBLEMS ' Tamn for Three Generation! North Carolina Leaf Sell Low 29-- W. K. Sept. tl.nviUe. K Mo,.. ( this city, ha juit returned visit to tektivo.t In .Vorth from Carolina, whero lit- - vl.ito.1 joveral of and reports tfco tobaecs markoti, arv tllMppointcd Rrevaor that with the open aalia. The followlnB (X. C.), a clipped fram tho Oxfonl . te Send it in ilnte. publish- Or a joke that will amuo. "Xow it may appear from low-eSend it in. ed reports that Oxford wns the section of the An incident that's true, market in this State on opening tiny, but such i not A bit of slulf that's new, the ra.' by n Ion shot.- - One mar- We want to hear from YOU nv- ket in this belt claimed that tho Send It in. wm 20 vnU l,ut 12,4 ccnU ernk't' Southern Xew Ilullctin was. the correct fii.'ure st tiiformalion on the oubject: tbouiand tfVrnty-thre- o "Tho pounds of tobacco mI'I here lat Tuesday which ushervd In the enon ft M"1 HPP'nt- of llll!l-2-- a mtnt. The pooplt- - In this had learriid trom year to year that sold nt Cranvilli- - county ubneco liftoon r twenty p r cent high loust crop, and or tkrtn the South from ten to twelve pr font nboe thf Knitern Carolina pr.io: but the price in Suth Cn'ollnn and Hasten. North Tarolina wort" timber than the pncot on the oponini: tntv in thi Motion' of the State. It u the tirst . l of the vv that ah., linn- - an a... hlalnrv Thf such a thlnj: has hnppfned. way to account for the discreponly ancy wan caued either by the Rrndes ntrcred or by the market not beinj: thorouchly orv;anlie.l on the opening 1'ublie and will k'lvo "" "The olTerini: on Wednesday and Thursday wa light with price a I mint double that of opening date. It tut ohicrvod yesterday that a pile of tobnceo sild for forty-eigh- t cent per pound; on late opening date the jaame grade sold for twenty cents. "It it uielou to pretend thnt the price olTereil for medium nnd common grade were satisfactory to the uM fanner. The better grade well and in tome in reaonnbl stances for hlghe prices than 'nt year. The break as largely of common tobeco ami as a Tin- - nor Hint milks hontlly for a fdmrt llmo or for four or llte or li montlio mid tlini dropo off, entirely drylne up, l n'or to bo rb oilily roiildereil when mimitil rooonla Nntunilly If iiro belns roinptitt'd. up tbo milk How ho om l to tntit Iiiivi- - n row porltoiit In her innkotip, If kIio provon otherwloo. It lt prohablo tlmt Mio lirloiic!1 to Ho-lof Ktnr hiKtrdiT.ai tlmt hno no well. plni'o on nny dairy fur in wbero bull-lio- j Kev. and Mrs. J. W. Mahnn, of ' Heatyville pent several nro prnttlrod. tlays but week the guests of Mr. ami Mr. A. J. Hire and attended the protracted meeting nt Mt. Hebron. Mr. and " Mahnn were guests the first of I Mr. the week nf Mr. nnd Mr. Kd. Sutton. n,! Mist Margaret .Mr Kdwar I n a ' Curtis druse to Wtlrnorc lnit Thurs- tla,v nnd were quitely mnrried at The groom is a promi thnt place nent farmer of Marcellu while the bride is the daughter of Mr. and .Mrs. Forest Curtis. She is a very worthy young lady. The happy couple have the bet wishes of their many friend here. Itev. and Mrs. Lewi. Thomp.on, Mr. (Ireen K.tes, Misses Dean Hunter, Annie Hlnnk, Mr. and Mrs. II. S. Clark. Mrs. Xellie Xaylor. Mr. J. Adams. Mr. nnd Mr.. Krnest Gosney, Mr. Xorn I'rewitt, Mr. and Mr. Jno. Cotton, Miss Suan K. Sutton, Mr. Kd. Sutton nnd family, Mr. and Mrs. Mote I'ollnnl. Mis Kugema Pollard, Mr. and Mr.. Turner and Miss Delia Mae Turner, Miss Josephine Huffman, Messrs. Prather nnd W. T. Doolin atended the meeting nt Gilberts Creek held in honor of the pioneer prencher, Lewis Craig, who organized the place and according to history the first church that was organized in Kentucky in the year of 1781. The meeting was held on the ite where the church was orgnnized. MONEY TO LOAN on'sjood cityJproperty.Y Paybeck on4 weekly orjnionthly installments. The Lancaster A Building'!' Loan Iccotptratcs). Wm. S. HOPPElt. Scc't. & Tres. conequcnct Healthy Looking Pork Family In an Alfalfa Field. uImi of the gratlf No. 1 caiie tb tl.lp-pe- r a The spccliill- -' U'llete thnt fajmmer-cli- il the average it low." CUT THIS OUT IT IS WORTH MSNCV v UONT MISS THIS. Cut out this slip, enclose with Sc and mail it to ft Co . 2835 ShciTield Ave , Chi cago, 111, writing your name and ad urcss cieariy. rou win receive in return a trial package containing Foley's Honey and Tar Compound, for coughs, colds and croup: Foley Kidney J 'ill, for pain in sides and back, rheumatism, backache, kidney anu niauiier ailments; and Cathartic Tablctv a wholesome and thoroughly (.learning cathartic, for conMlpJtian. biliousness, headache, nl sluggis.li bowels. Stormes Drug Store. -mt-n- i ASSOCIATION. frilled State IWiurt- .Mrieuuura i Irrigated nrea f the The t'ldted .State can prilucv u fclck market grnib of alfalfa hay, but there are teteml diltliult problems prutlta-bl- ) that imit ! sotted lu tia market the hay. say a.peelallt f ike bureau of nurket mid crop )i'iartllit'lit of t'nlted Stuie Agtii'illtutf. Method of Daling. The tlrst "up "huh ha a dlrt-f- t beitrtnc upon tin- - imirkellug of iilfnl-fl billing. Tin mlnfnll In the South-we- t l eteeedliigl' Uclit tltirlus the i hay making m'iihoii, mul for thl much of the lta I linleal out of Hie windrow or enck. When hay I buletl from the windrow In kiiltirla'iitly grtt'ii to sate II the leate, It fnliliat be pressed tlglitly becuue of the danger tf btiitltig. Hint Miipper tlierefiiro nr-iia rea-hhevtx-rli'i- (I'rturrd It tie ot J. E. R0B1XS0X, President south-weMer- ii l'ay b. reyv If you have a bit of news grmle fur an) kind of hay sheuld be niaile Mt that the physical ktaaita-th'lu prodiirtlon and protwratlun will bo properly recogulzH. aati that ap"mil grade should be unifocal plied, mid not Inlllleneed whttexer by tin Httite of the iniirket. Causes of Widt Margins. In the Irrlgatetl Mot lilpH-willing to linudle bay nt a cm- - lirolll nf SI Iht Km If tin- - rlinn.-a- . .' on iieeo.int of rejeetltms eoilld U ellmlliuteil. The rejections lire tiluint ulwatK IhimiI ilpcii the thnt the liny I not up to grade. but occur :Unnt a iitlrely upon u market. With only tho monger protection against thl praetiit- - and ti r W't and Wisdom. Wit ar.d tho Middi'i. ing iibon dem differ. M -- Wit K upon I e witlotn Stblen. In I ring- FOR SALE Farm on Boones Creek 5 miles from Lancaster, - Indoor Plints. should be wnteretl Indoor plant with tepid wattr. nnd kept when possible lu an ftt atmosphere. "Pop, what "It's, bowa, s(tiii Ii.e containing 33 A acres. Good house, barn and Deductive. orchard. All in grass. u iciiliitlxe of idem onnlr Terms liberal. Iti'lliiiinre Atnerlciin. Clarence Beazley, Head Ont i perform-mice?" in- - the last threu months. These Herbs are for salt,-- in all country stores at $1.01 for three months treatment. Keep this ticket at home for reference, bend ... i i f,.uui.iv Humid.. , Kv.. SI. 10. we will send " ' ttf It, II, ufninj I aa treatvim two boxen of Quaker Herbs, six months you a ment. If you will send $1.00 we will send box of Quaker Tills with the Herbs, 55 pills to the box. These pills are for the kidneys and act as a tonic. It puts new blood in the veins and bdthy flesh and fat on the body. It makes you feel like a mocklttK bird. It takes away the heavy strain of your mind and you .sleep like a baby. And at all times It (jives you an opportunity to have ood action with tho bowels nnd does away with pills. used In oldThis is the remedy our en times. This remedy will be mailed from Humble, Ky right to your door. Send all orders to in -- QUAKER HERBS GUARANTEED NOT TO SOUR. Quakor Horbs No. 1, No. z, no. ;i in eacn pacK- Mlv i . 1 first til OHO Jfyra, , .......ti... ui.iiiiiii.ii. Ulllim water, let .stand 21 hours, strain herlis tiiiart of ..colli . I.... ,.l....t, l..tl ilia.. it ihku oil anu inrow away, i.l u uie ami also take Qiiaker Pills. If you times a day, have rheumatism or kidney trouble, loss of llesli, bad appetite, can't sleep, nervous, feel weak ami tired, or female trouble, sIukkIsIi liver, this is one of the Kreatest tonics today on earth. We have sold 1,200 packages in Hussell toun-t- v i.iwini -- " a a ki" ""v lilfulfa hay bleitehe itiUky wlieti to lirlght tlinllcht. hilt tliiTf I n wide dlfff rente of opinion n to Jn- -t thf amount of nutrient that Is lot III by the tratlf erlee of ihf tnrlou inarkei. t'oiilderablf ditllI compelled to rnle hi margin of wilh the 'mini-tiitin- i he ttilly In loiiillng gro proilt to 5'J or if.'l Hr ton. weight for whirli they my When the producer utile the wide rbitrge. Hay which hat Ix'eti stnrked mid allowed to dry enn be baled more difTcreinv between Ihf price which he compact, but In hnling Murk bay tunny Imi iviflvi'd for hi hay nnd the price he of the leaxe-- a flintier beentie of the noted itt the ndjnetiit nmrket. feel tlriHas. Aeeorillng to the Application log thnt the fhlpper or de.iler I Ink iithmitnje of t in nnd I making by many lnieftiir of the preent prade rule. thW hay I of a lower too largo a jindlt. Thf prodncor'.'i e largf fnnle than when the time fling to protlt to I Mum' In thl Mippofdlyrauae one of the principal the tem, mitwllha-tmidluthe fm't of the civoi'ratltf wavf thnt I now Hint Hit IriiM uiny bf t'oiitaliifd lu usilatliig ttithwftt ru ill fill fa grothf bale. wer. When ;IiIk delre N stliuulnteil by Sourtss ef Trouble. Ilhiirhed liny, logelber with wiimU, nn onthtilnMlc, pnopectht- tnannger It eeni to tc not n tery dllllcillt mutg trouble lu cniie ttiiiler:il1f to form an organization of a Hul fa. It In well known Hint ter u reultiini n. mnlntiiitieil funil-li- nl by lnptcthii Not until nfttr a man lose his head doe ho rcnlt;v that two head are better than out" Cartonnt Magiitlne. (tf.) Lancaster, Ky. e - gran A Boy rim-.- t rnrXK ynrrmnf With 8 Fortune 1 i'e-Ir- mar-Viiln- nt to vlilp nnd market hay. Co.operatlvs Markatlng Association. weigh) the preeip! elttn the etalni' uii. r online rclal inulixa for ulfnlfit mid tnt mllUlnit welcht to : fiedlng alue. I ruin lnt'llciitl'ii rtvenlly madf l' the btirentt of limrki'l wild crop tlliimte. It uppi.ira tb.it whtu the preoeut cnnlliig tule nre rigidly and technically upplled. ns U freipieutly thf iumi nn deelinlug innrki'l, It la Impoa-kllittiiidfr the nio-- t ideal eondl- Hon to produce "eholte" grmle ulfill-fu- . im.- h i Coiuluereial gnntf rt' bnttl 'ii ihirt I'rothltvr mid turn ei)telid Hint 'in rule, Mil however. factor m-- Ip Jhfe i fore-fathe- ra (rut or of DR. There itre more than Quaker Hark in Russell County. HumWU, Ky. ft J. CASSIDY, keepers usitiK 1,500 house The ptfscncf of n weetl, n n Ideuilu d tt iti will pre- v nt ii balo from trading "ilndi-e- . and It I prnctlcsll) luipaiakible taa obtain htiy which Is inllrtl rlenr of any of tbee things. Caiitldirnl'le bny l bought nnd sold en tht grade, hotw 0er, but thr - of It, mid scir.etlmes tu-t- CopN'rn oterhead expeiiM-n- . tilade of the shipping twoclalloiis nre Udng In dlrTlc-ultlf enn no dotiht nmrket their own hay ni mltuntm.-fot-tla the Indlvidinil ship. provbhd their uinmigi-- l ns welt trnlneil nnd Mia,et.e cnual experli'tire mid biiluet nbllity. but they tiro ure to meet th Kumo mnrkellng ilinicul tle, nnd will hni' Jut n mmiy mid !ocrrs wlilth titut be from the pfKud of their rnlt'K. . Many of the Irrigated secllons of the Saiuthuest do not .hlp iimro than from '.Musi to a,Ul car, of liny each ear mid thl liuMtica. It In Mime In stances dhldetl U'tween two or three hlpi-er- , who also rondili't oilier bul-lieIn roniirrtlou, Ihu greatly y market aoclatlon It. reji-i--H- e A boy with a fortune is the boy who has one hundred dollar thnt 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. n 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 it doubtless a ar better boy. Hits your boy started to save yet? If 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 POSITS. DE- The euro for tho pretunt iiiarkeilng in the ulfalfu sections of thr Snuthweat would seem to ! nlong the line of belter standard and their linparthil iippllcatlons, say the murket- - sfrrntl of llieiu project The Garrard Bank & Trust Co the United States and all foreign countries. LANCASTER, KY. We sell traveler Cheques, which are good in liif The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, Oct 13, 1921. STOCK FAILURE OF SWINE TO MATE It May B Live Ciuted by Improper MANY EGG GRADE KINNAIRD BROTHERS DEALERS IN TERMSARE USED AtsigneeN Sale Of Land. I. (5. ;ai:k.m:i county count liivlilMi. a AiOtftiio of W Fur, tiomng of Syitem Brougtit About by Imprsptr Feed. K. WMUnfcer. Mi IVtltlon Almost Hopeless Task for CusI'uriiiunt t.i n )iiil;mi'Ht ri'inliTr i tomer to Make Punltasc in Ion OctoliiT 10. Il'in, in tln nlmv Intelligent Fashion. lylinl niH'. ItK' Utuli,rik!li'il. of V K Wlnt a -tiiKiT uml for nnii i.i liWmlf of Ainu.' I aiirii 'tl'r pared failure swine 1st Ull) Of M'tlTjl In tin? uhllll) air ilw. i' u ririHlil r limy he tnilscl nint tr tli r ,r-- i I m'rd Huim .iluir tf .1 irt ( t'lllllltlll, It uiu) i I HV I DODGE, BROTHERS Motor Vehicles SERVICE STATION FIRST-CLASS CONSUMER Difficulty GUIDED by BY PRICE .Iit Cjutrd Ignorance on Tart of Httailtr In Allowing ProJuet to Oft rioratr H.ipidly. l"rtMfpil ht inn CJflfi"r or n th'f nteiiiir. ni.m.l unit laim mli-- r 'tA nn thi- - of Agriculture. of ttn I'tiltcd State i r 1 1. 1, ritdi-r- , Itiirruril ii nr uml A. .M ' Inijunper futicttoiiltu of tin which lii turn l.i often lroiik''i .i ' l) unsuitable feed ur (unit) ciiiu.i i liuti nf ati! product ir ' lu.u ' Jui- - to H general loucriui; of ImmIji i durthe orcan. disease or Injur) Hint srnil. feet or iletn)i tlie MHTft-irrvn It tun)' In- iiiii-e- 'l rmilt (r 1.1 i . Kciiturk). at 0:.10 o'rloik ur thi'f,n',ut. on Krnturk), hIiuu' CommI). of lau a rwlf nul turnpike lllil' i' Kt mill). There are also Impotence lilili detinue i ii failure to I in I quite frequently oeiurs in hour an suits whu.li hate been titled mill kept In lilcli condition for show purpose t Jit In oiiu ItisiuiH-to fail I eooie In liiMt. or ierliaps lieia-llm- l -- In- I iu In cat uml l mi 1 . sorted Ii) tln liiKir ulthuiit In other ae Hie conception. shim no desire to iimti'. ur a.i n. efTiftiwiy. Tin' tlrt step In nM-- onmi irowhle l tu llml a Hitivi- - tawe Iiy innkiiii: a ui when eVHIHllMtllNI. This should III. hide n iiri'li for ph) steal drifts tintitti of dlsiie, the r ii oi jii' t or hoiered vit.iltl) Horn .m .i i Whift. from ncli etui.ilna'.i.ti. . a ropor ireattuetit tbiit aiifntir pemo remedies -- I..MII I ..' Hut iidiiiliiMervd i, are dltltctilt to for tues of sterility or Hud. '" . AND COMPETENT MECHANICS. - 1 i re.'' lii Tires. Tubes and Accessories of all kinds. in ti.. thi' nut iMtaU mwitwnnl itrttitiiir i rtln-ru follown lili"i-- l plitiitinu atMt 11i' rniiim.'r i iiftfii t f th 4lvi.1inir wiitfr Int. Tritrt. li) tin' iiiimln-- r f artulu of 1mt Crri-- i f Supir Cri'fk HHrt (lllliirt , 'nil li l lio rvtnlliT. frwh SMtiniHtml nlmiit IS milr. Ka,t of the (My ' suit ti) ui'.ti'rn fnh. anil hounili'.l a fn1 laiticutti't. K fri'li. ,NV Vurk Mule fti'li, ttt-- tt lwl." .tillii'tiil omrlii. t.irMfi' ik'K. i:iir in thi inni l Muraii." Hliliisl riii' llrt. ft.lli'triiinin in ptintthi' I.Hicmtcr -- 1 r rn ""l liirnii' uml ami of UiliTtHtin kiiiirmiliiil Ittrhmoml 1wrnMar ami I. A S iiihIIisI inm all In litiilroail. in linr to I'rtri' inrncr llrothiT ' f r in U' ll) ll'l M to Itiilo-r- t rt ami rortirr tu tiii' lliirttsKlr, thnn with anl llurtui'li C. atjn W Art f'fJ njllll, ari l mnWli' of ruilnmii N. f. Tli to a i nnt 'it link. Jlmif' ii .in t 'I .st' r N 6. VV nO'. f ,.f i.,i..li' of l,ni'li" "i .Tl II II ' U in to a ioi'it ahuu- 10 frrt Suut lit II t III ll ,i l'ts ; a 'inf. N .'i .f nc'ii i 'liio' ni i' ihnin-truiiin; ira. .wire a tMiint I" frit North of mnl.l It.f t I nit-- t HUt IVptrl sAicnoAY. ncrouKi: .'i. U'.. .r W trk. l,., k - S.-rtl- po-M- hnin t n point ir an. I iiirflfr to Hum suli'. thfnri' li"ain- - rallron.l mIiiii: the Southi'tut iti' of l!arrw I.nnr. N 7V , W 1 ii'iilillf of Irni ,S - , Batteries Repaired and Rebuilt. TO ,!. 1 fi r TT.. W I In iInum t n tuint ' et N'ortf of mnWlr corner to I er wi'ii hervusnn. S -- '5S. K .1 . . rner pont in n w iti , i U a.i. . iififiil. iM'iift' roctlui: tin- - defeat - i best u remote tin a.n uml from tlx- - lifeeilln;; herd It' a ma) In- imiil uml titled fir lHUL'lilir a market ho .sliii'i.ifi uriN'il when flu1) should (h i In iihii' uncertain breeder. When there l no apparent ,n for fa Mare of smite to mate f tin t'llltod Stal- l- I icparttuelit of Agriculture frequentl) hate ohsettei a lary or Iiisi:IIi tciiipeiHim n' These ho; .imerall.t uic of H.c uknown a 'hot lii Tlu an a HkuMMiod of fMll), It ette I irniilIf or f VII fu r t r I the mulit r of IJ '.men t Tiiri.uki' 'hence with tnotil e In V. 0 10 rhiiin. .S then i '.tt OUR ESTABLISHMENT IS FITTED CARE FOR S i si .. i I'lkf 'Itfe 2 2'i II 1 n f ., , i mrul, i: . I am tu a poiiii a rhamv K . N ,.,i . - (mint at South e.lif 11 tu. ;',.i0'. ! l .' I ' t t , r ANY SERVICE YOUR CAR MAY DEMAND. Carttu if Sttrcted .I'd Cradfd EjJ ecr, Prompt any Courteous Treatment to all. Phone 234 Lancaster, Kentucky. Nllll Tin Iniili'iir) l iimri In niiituri- - lios-- . uml lii'Ti-a-nidi fomiil in youiu nKf. hut is fniim-iitllock. (':ui-lami iiiiwIm- - lnlirri-i- l tu itiHltuv Imss o: inc iructU till- - I) if. Inn InliriMilInc iih not liiliii iiliniit tin- - 'omliiioti Win n tlw iark of li;or I Ulllllllll M'ril III only III iliVU.MUi.il Hi'. llo' nil I1IIW llllllL-IH-x- - l.i iIlT akAaraV 4AaTj Ak1o fc aTfll arflkaftlaf rl ftr tkaTa rTl rl flflf Ti ffi j - tit PI31 01 OJt and 111 Pf a Forage limy lie 'tosMtiW' in if tlie fault liloixl li'i's or 1 ie Itut wlien fall lire to miiti uiv ir iii''till) mi mIh 11 tlie t)ie is rtsht, tlie Indication " ft Vice President of tlie Hurley Tobacco Growers' Cooperative Association, will address the people of Garrard county at the klunihl he prulicil where pos hut hen lliee ure not mall uhle then Ike ratloH slioiild cimsln of ulfnlfu IniHtl. nlfallu. Mt)heuii or rioter liny to Mii(il) itrulom utid taliknite. tlsli metal. or h o.fl urtnle of white innl illlliu uml In ile oit Willi hilt umoutitf of isirn or ground hurley, to Keilier with a bimnI mineral mixture In iiddltloii an almiidutice of dully e erse IHUsl Ik Jiven Till Will proli tihly htie to Im forieil hy drlvini: the hi r or kow a lent t the paddiks "i I iu st res Oail) until thu anlinal m tired. lly inultitaluiiu the'dlfestlu' fniii lloiu In u proper iiuiiiur. Iiy luusiiu uhuiiilaut eierels" uml by uppl)Ui liroper iiourUlitneiit, tlicro will he lirouctit about a proper elliiiliiallut' of Hie hotly waitr uml n rebuilding ot thu tUxucn. ThU kliouhl cause lie reiroductlw or;ati Jo function jn ; erly uud lirfu uhout u toiling up of I ho Hystem In micli manner tlml hntl Ids operatlont will ho nieces. fully cm Uu'leil. Swine breeuVri must he ulcrl to for nusetluvii In henl Imar In nddltlon to otlirr iiuallllciillnii r.iecdcm mutt refrain also from lo .rent a degree of tinmen mi'l kiuoolt nr In the selection of their hreelnu nlintili, or of breeding ioMer Mil. 1'iiHtMre of ttto itlet awl an aluiliilunce of exer ratliHi mut liue the fat ee. proliHllis feils lurel) reduced llll'l (irottflll freils .l'lltlflllly HUiplK'i xlhle, of thin I'oiiili linn ail effort situulil he maili! to cor reel It h) 11 lesirii'tiou or iii(Mlcath:i ruiHlMtiienmii) u roris. IIiOli the nieiirHliie ire t hut tin -- Wi'iil of liiuiuiiii'iiielit Is COURT HOUSE IN LANCASTER, Saturday. Oct 15th. 1:30 P. M. Stone is the best posted man in Kentucky on the tobacco situation, and can explain any objection or answer any question concerning the contract for the uniting the farmers for better prices. This proposition means much for the prosperity of the farmer and it is the duty of every good citizen to inform himself on this plan for better living conditions and stabilized values of tobacco and land. TUr. A . Ilii..-.-mea- l, 11 11 J5 . Lewis L. Walker. Chairman 1 net afra of tl" arrvs Inm I'ti.ie t if Vitrv n llilllel of lnef mint of J ml Tract On the headwater. these omllil cruilrs Hfe waning Mucar Creek, hermntti at a leunint: I Uliiel I.H'tMt between riatea en llnrri-laine- , les. The MHinltiiT corner U l.earBe Spuuinmut. iihiI li tlie prue ake4 Himnc ' an.l Noah Miner; iheflce with Ma' llillt If lie )s the li'Ji Mire he iiiiild!-- - of Harris I nne I he no luatter hHt the fee .iml with . ha.n S. 7S. V to a point if . In MrtlcHlar rwailer ma call mKldle of 1. A N It It trark an. I aar Ih Ihl the middle of lane anrt . orner ; IVpe'. eiwre.1. lm-Hholesnlir iisitallt iimIMhIn prlri' other land, thenre with in o' chisel) relalixt to I lie quality of Ih.1 uu4 I!. It., ami w.tl. I'ope. S r m ofi to the re- I W rhuin to a point 11 fret N.iril. whtrh the rgS K Hlnl the price itttkli they of miiMIe, S M tailer. roitint; Hack In ' ilmrce theni I reWe. In the retnll . tuire l? S I chain i a point j South of North of wu linr. S nirnt prlte to the soisoinef' ill) chain to n point 3Sh. K. Rttalltr at Fault. iiIm.iU 10 feet South of Itililille of I that h1Ue of jmr),. S. 1 1. . I. 11 Hit .ham. to a The illrilcllllv ri point . feet South of ti.id'lic of truck, 'Itretesslless or ISUolHltre oil till which the) uml in line In l"ope' ether inn, I ai.i: mall) lei alt its the often a new earner to llettle I! Her r rciee from Hie loiti-al- iT ilfterlnritle tndilU while In the store thence a new line to llettle It llenr) N 'It'''.. H pain K k'nte pott of rerelve 'Hills the tetnller freiUentl ".ite in tne N'otth n:ht of way n fatiey a cfirs nf eihiI tMillti Mtla-h" chain t. prlre In propor line nt fi'.i chain m all Milne to them, nnil a fence pay. on a rultte North '.tfi tlnti to Mlitlt he will hhi then lrt I'. ImtiiU, o VmI? si chain to a Hiint In l.nc to Miein iletprlorati ell hl llurnett nnd a new corner ti rer In nuil Iliut the) lire m iuall) nnl Hetiry : Ihence with llurnett. ,S "lllCll lit 2i. W I'.l'o chain to a pom; I' Iti. Ihuu Mime ilieuper i'C at hi !ore link, Southwett ta n forked elm hul nfi have JH"t t'lider prisinl nuullthitis the tiiwl on tide vf Harm brand ri ilo Is to noh line to John Conn and corner to anl llilnir Hie ronsHtiier Mil llurnett (a marked hone) locust .in U S e;c at atfe nlileh nte i.le of ll.eni, standlni: in fence, on Kntt In haiiillluc cHri'e N K elllllC the .ri'tmler jHt wll) he lliU's , brunch hear up Harri. brant h with sail el hut ei'ff at Ms tre He -- luitlld thence S Conn. Int.. U I l. . iain t.. . n It the attention of the retailer' Illliliile uf eat fitter of .tunc pillar I al l 'mil i'.T" IxmicM of him The standing in branch and ten feet We it ri'siire Hlilch itm ttitia lie exert.) of while oak slump. S .'111' i. li maile an 111! rltains to a Mint onlitte .tone !t"!kTe h the iiiiiiIhit an ! a nt N. V edtie of ham. R2N HtMiut V iMirtmit fiirtor in lirlnsnij: I SO 11)11. h misled Hi.r'..lllicM In he I mil chrutHt to a poit.t SouthHet if a marked mulberr. and 10 link S IJ dlliilt of fgtn In fetal ers V. from n larite elm tattdinir on K:it aide of Hum Ijtr.c. corner t KEEPS FLIES OFF .ilil Conn; thence S' KJ REPELLENT V fall It IK into middle and with .aid mii nt In chains in al1 IK. .11 i nam Not Good Practice to Dtucnd on Com' l 71 Oil Three the beKittjiinir, .intainintr Tall to K,p acre, and tie. tui linir the aini.ut. in Formula, Given. It It riirht uf-lene the net the ame ..a 'l.i... lv " II. ilul.i.lt.l . ... urea of t& nrre . , ... llt'itiir MM , ... ."ll. . ; y meat., j .lossy , U cep the pest ..I her tall. Nillher I. effitlt,. ,JUM,M ,,(,.,, Jlin, bJ. ItnlhiT lake hihuntiice of MrH reeonle.1 in Deed Hook I. j(M ihl. h hnte heeti found n ,j (;nrrr( ( OUnt t Itelotv are irltiii three fornitihis. Clerk dllire ilher of whlrli is le.'oiniiictHle,! I.) . ,s( imaiKiute and triLlee, I (J of ' lluviiteou. will otfer mud loud lirt m I'rof .1 It Wutum. etitoiitolo-l- st 'he I'loriihi eiperlmeiit slntliiti. to separate Kircel or tract ami then a keep ultniMt any kllHl of IIIih mm ii) it whole, iitul the bid or bid rcnluinir thu mtl money lie will accept, mid 'roiu ilotnehtle iiiiIihnU pnvileue U reered to reject any : , un "" ,f ' aairnee deemi. tjuiii.irv sonic one i mlKulhuiii; crude ietiietlin, one lour The pur pine nf thi. ale I to el .ullnii; powih'tl'd iinptlialllie. four V K tie the iisii:iieil estate of Illlie. Whittnker. no. T Kit.MS l'lh oil, () pari; oil of tar, .VI 'MirtH ; erutli! rurliolle iirhl, one part. The ialei will i he made oh a terdlt .. . t. nun iwt'ivt motiiim, aim. tne No. H: i oi i lainrol oil, one part ; Unseed oil, ten I purchaser or purch.ner will he re parts, iiuired to execute bond with aniiruv I ft. '. t No, I liiltat he thorotlKllly .'I for iine-lmed the purchatu hy ruiiiilui: It Ihrouch u xpruy pump prire payable to ald I.. (. Davidson. after which It inn he spru)ei on the u aaiiKiiee, mid bearitlK .lx per cent Inlcreit ftiitti date until paid, due in tililinalH. and twelve months re.tticctHelv. : fix I uml bond for the other hulf of the GOOD SILAGE FEEDING RULE purchase price payable to lil.iuelf ii iiircnt uml trutee of Annie la-For Every 100 Ponnda of Llv. W.ight I " hittnker, mid bearing lx per cent lutcrcit from nald. due iu Thr Pound of Corn Silage mx mid twelve month reipcctivelv, It Recommended, hnvini; the force uml etfert of n juilte-int'i- it uiion which execution may Three Imuiids of com allnfe fm and a Hen will he' reterved upon etery Hal pounds of live weight f the property told until the purchuie entile per day la a kimmI rule to fol money U paid. fn'iril t'lle Jst .e M . if t.' ti a. I .mil' na f f ra 'roo.i ntt' riti i ail. ion I. air-i.f way i In or .letlui ted whirl. . i 'i:inmit uiu ains ' 1.'' As te ft t't ei llo-m- ' 1 1 es e I ! fjt ts, ". t't a a) - I .m-ees- ur ,,,. i - i'"l lt. 111 lf uItUutrlgr dvelof ls lit tbtlr twni. quantity may not ho ujurl but If the cow 'eat very niicn, Ulvli. dlaurUen will follow. , low. A row which weUha over Miiituli should receive tS Miund of slu( dally, lie ware of moldy aUak'e. 1.1 L. (S. DavjiUon, W, K. WhilUkrr. Aiiirnee of Truilie and mi, I.. I)avldun, Aiitnetf - Atfent of Annie I.ee Wliittaker. Walker, Attorney for I.. (!. i Trutie.