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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): October 20, 1921 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1921 cen1921102001_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 20, 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. TRtflf T HC9M Tl LANCASTER, KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON. OCTOBER 20. 1921. NH r democratic picnic are working over Gleet) Writer Of Rett Rtaaetu Meeting Nat in Court House. In Stats of Colorado. time In arranging to entertain what "Why Father Should Sign The promise to be one of the largest A rtirring message from Colorado Interett In the revival ut the crowd ever assembled in Lancaster By Tobacco Contract" upon a similar occasion. The demo- to the hurley tobacco growers of Methodist church increstes with In terest at each meeting and large Natember 8th. dear to her. cratic women of Carrard County are Kentucky and other state is brought delegation are turned away every She patted away at her home in busy as bees preparing the sand by Dr. P. P. Collins, a physician of Declaring that "there it not an of. School children of thit county will Jessamine county after an illness of wichrs and pies and the committee Denver, and owner of a largo farm evening. To accomodate more peoflea In the gift of any official or the teveral months, the immediate cause of men have already purchased the In Madison County, who is at Rich, ple, the place of meeting was chang- participate in a contest in which vattra of the United State" that he of her death being urcamic poiton. the Burley Tobacco Growers' three large brevet and arrangements mond on a visit to hit mother, Mrs ed from the Methodist church to the accept, Judg Robert W. Bing-ha- Interment took place in Association offers two the Lanras are being made to prepare the bur William Collins and brother, May court house last Sunday afternoon owner of the Courier Journal ter cemetery yesterday afternoon beand are being held there every eve prize in each of the counties of the Collins h4 Louisville Timet, said In an ad fore a large concourse of friends and goo and cooking the barbecued meat, Following the organization of co. ning this week. The meeting last Burley district in Kentucky for the dres to tobacco growers of Owen relatives who had assembled to pay hundreds of loaf of bread have been operative for men only best essays in the graded schools of marketing association Sunday afternoon contracted for and the democrtte of county lait Saturday, that If the 7.', tneir lait respects to one who was the county are arranging their bus! among the fruit growers of Colora brought a packed house and many these counties on "Why Father per cent of the crop regarded aa Should Sign the Tobacco Contract." universally loved and admired for nets affairs to be off next Saturday do's fruit belt, Dr. Collins says that stood in the aisles. Next Sunday to the tucceM of the Hurley her many traits of character. there will be a service at the The essays mutt be tubmitted not land price jumped from 1100 an and spend the day talking over plans marketing movement ii acre to $300 and $400 within a year court house and it will bo called the later than November Ii, 1921, to the Iletide her hutband she is turviv net signed by November lb, he will ed by seven children, six girls and by which they can bring success to or so, and now, these tame lands are peoples meeting in which all arc cor- offices of the Burley Tobacco Growthe democratic county ticket in thit y take it "at a notice that the selling at $1,000 an acre. He pre dially invited. The "Booster League" ers Association in the Johns Buildone boy. The daughters being, Mrs. tobacco grwore are not an in Otto Simpson, Mrs. Tom Chestnut, county on the Hth. of November. diets the very same result will be had hat added much Interett to the meet ing at Lexingtn, Ky., and a comin their own affairs at they Mrs. Lewis Noel, Misses Frances. I'repsrations sre being made to feed here in Kentucky if the hurley grow. ing and thit club has donu grvut ser- mittee selected by Organisation at Irmt threa thousand people. This Id be," and that ho will expect, Ignore ami Delma Bogie, ers have the foresight and good busi vice toward it success. Up to go Manager Joseph Passonneau will and ton, "without rancor, to retire from thr Noel Bogie. One sitter, Mrs. It. S. dinner will be served at 12 o'clock, ness sense to become members of the ing to press there had been about pais on the merit of the essays sub The stand in the big Gar of faith made. The mitted. Brown, of this city and two brother. Hurley Tobacco Grower.' Astoria 20 profe-wio- n Judge Bingham declared hit pur Messrs. Clay and Kufu Blakcman, rnnl Tobacco Warehouse ha already tion The first prize in each county will morning services nt the stores have been built and a number of teats to "aee this drive through. of Kirksville, also turvive. She wa "My brother and I bought immr been very enjoyable and many have be $5.00 and the second prize $2.60. miAm as .' a.!,c nt.- ennatk K.s niititll nrt nnn eiisv "We mutt have 75 per cent of the a member of the Christian church and have been arranged for. Major Sam fruit land in Colorado at $100 an taken advantage of them. ? wia viiv j in u i 1a Wilton of I.exlngton, one of Ken acreaa-- e by November lfi. I Ml," he had the paper by the contestants and .Next bunday night the meeting acre several years ago," Dr. Collins been tlnce early youth, having aald. "If we have not, I thall un ronfrtetd her faith at the old Scott tucky' most brilliant orators, will be Id. "At that time we were just will close as was stated nt the be must be mailed so as to reach the the chief speaker of the day. How, derstand It to be a notice that the Fork church. The funeral offices of the association by Novemfrom Kentucky, where $100 an acre ginning of the revival. Kentucky grower are not at inter were conducted bv llev. Frank Tin- ever, a number of democratic speak' was a very high figure to pay Immediately after the meeting ber 5th. for en will be on hund to meet the peo land. We thought eated In their own affair- - aa they der, Jr., In appropriate Information will be mailed to any Song it steep. But close here Messrs. Calli und Gren ple and tay a word for democracy ahauld be and 1 thall expect, without were touching))' rendered. The! in the afternoon. Among the visi the marketing association wa form fcl go direct to Millbank, South Da pupil of any school asking for it and ,. ... , ... rancor to retire from the field." ed, and land commenced to go up kotn for a meeting. They will ttny the contestant are to be permitted w"r '""" Judge Bingham hat financed the or not more beautlfu than the face that Mont expected will be Judge Chat. A The association wat a great success, in the West until about December to use any source of argument they r(lin( on K v. ,.ur).p,ri Com 1st- -, returning to Kentucky for a please in presenting their reasons sanitation of the growers up to the "T.n in ",Pm- - roonwcalth's Attorney of this Dit- - The farmers began to reccivp better few week before going to Florida, "Why Father should Sign the TobacDiscussing thit fra Beautiful time. preterit price for their products and all "got in life, beautiful death. trict, and Kendrick Alconi, of Stanture of the matter lie mid: but far more beautiful in the glori- ford. I.urul candidates will make on the band wagon;" in fact, there where they will hold meeting during co Contract." Kvery graded school in the burley "In thit behalf I have, given omf ous resurrection morn. was a great rush to Join the nsto- - the remainder of the winter. While only democrats short tulkt. money, which wat a necessity to be district may compete for the prizes, Bogie was a true friend, and by those who had held back ciation Mr. gin the movement; a lot of lime and her devotion to those she loved would ure invited to this picnic a number while their brothers were going for- but only two prizes can be allotted of Independent voters and tome refull of devotion to nmur a urigni energy, and heart to each county. Writer of the esward in the big work. 1 sold out III uny Hie. cnapicr After an illness of several months says may send them in at any time, the people who have been to good Her retiring nature led her to hide publican who ure interested in the my holdings at $350 an acre and election of a portion of the demo. of Bright' disease, Mrs. Sallie An as soon as they are written, and they me." Judge Bingham said: to thought I was making a nice profit. her belt qualltiet from public gale, "It bat been my good fortune to but they were revraled to thop who cratic ticket have expressed their de Now the same land is selling for derson Dailey, aged 73 years, and mutt not be longer than three hunwife of Cyrus Dailey, of thit county, dred words. Ink or pencil may be have been aitoclated in my life with njoyed her acquaintance, yrt it was sire to be present on this occasion $1,000 an acre. passed away at the home and the invitation it generously exof her used, but if a pencil it should be a a number of public movement. In her home that her true worth wa "I cannot urge too ttrongly upon brother, A. T. Anderson In this city soft one, so that the writing may be have never aeen to many big men most conspicuous. She was a kind tended to all democrats and inde- the tobacco growers of Kentucky the last Friday, surrounded by friends legible and easily read. Paper may working untelfuhly for their com loving mother, and her devotinu to pendent voters and any republicani wisdom of joining this association. and loved one who had been watchwho sympathlte with the undertakbe ruled or unruled and the name munlty aa are engaged in thit Bur-le- y the family circle had no limit. They will never regret it. It will ing faithfully for ings of the democratic party at thit the end which of the pupil writing the essay must Organisation. Well may her children cherish her prove the greatest thing they ever did is seemed Inevitable for three days be be signed at the end with the name "You have heard it charged oc- memory at a precious legacy and we time. Thit political gathering to make thing better for them and casionally that Ralph Uarker and Jim fain would say a word for comfort under the control and auspices of the their families. It will mean nros- - fore her death. of the school and the postoffice ad Mrs. Dailey was born in Garrard dress of the pupil. Stone and tome of the other with to the stricken ones; wo can but let democratic women of the county and pvrity for Kentucky in a measure county, Kentucky, November 22nd. , whom 1 am privileged to b aaaocl our tears flow in sympathy with promise, to be a big success in every thst her people have The counties in Kentucky whoee never known." 1848 and consequently wa in a tad hay to profit financially by the theirs and point them to the promise, way. berimed school children will be eligi seventy-thir- d year. She wa a mem- ble in the contest are: Tba Days Pre rasa of Uila movement. IntelliMice At eventide it shall be light." ber of the Christian church and been 1 1 :!." A. M. gent Kentucky farmer do not need Adair. Anderson, Barren, Bathv ...Band Concert since her earliest childhood, devoted Boone, Bourbon, Boyd, Boyle, Brack-inridg11:1.1 to 12 Candidates to speak To to be reminded of the inanifrit ab- In to its teachings and devout in at12 to 12:1 r. Bullitt, Campbell, Carroll, surdity of this. For in the years of ..Band Concert Lunch (Burgoo. I2:lfi to 1:30 Following a conference with the tending all services when her health Carter, Casey, Clark, Cumberland, bad prices those men and others of Bastin As coffee, sandwiches and pies.) Daviess, Fayette, Fleming, Franklin, tobacco workers and leaders in the would permit. tart Interests make more money Beside her husband, she is surviv- Gallatin, Garrard, 1:30 to 1:40 ..Song (By Quartette Burley Tobacco Growers Grant, Green, tfcaa In years of good price. If to 1:40 to 2:00 ..Hon. H. Clay Kauri-ma- n ative Association at Lexington Fri ed by two brothers, A .T. Anderson Greenup. Hardin, Harrison, Hart, btteee became a permanent drug on outlining platform for Demo- day, Aaron Sapiro, California lawyer, of thi city and Bob Anderson, of Henry, Jefferson, Jessamine, Ken tha market they would still have The right type of a man it in cratic candidates. under whose guidance many such as Mervin, Mo., and rive sisters: Miss ton, Larue, Lewis, Lincoln. Madison, and their automobiles. charge of the State Reformatory, in tstetr . ..Major Samuel Wilson, of sociations have been formed in the Amanda Anderson and Mrs. Dolly Marion, Mason, Meade, Mercer, Met They are Independent of you. But the opinion of the Rev. Dr. John 2t:00 at my request they Jelned with me to Steele of the Presbyterian Board of Lexington, Speaker of the day. West and South, will speak at a num Brown, of thi city. Mrs. Bettie Mill- calfe Montgomery', Nelson, Nicholas, her of Doint in thf itat. inrluHin-- r er, of Lexington, Mr. Mary Harris Oldham, Owen, Pendleton' Roberthelp Kentucky, kaowing that what Morals and Welfare Work, whose ' Uncaster Saturday, Oct. 29th.. at and Mrs. Nell Boris, of Indianapolis. son, Scott, Shelby, Spencer, Trimble, generally help Kentucky duties embrace visit to prisons thru-o- Moil. would W. Funeral service were conducted Washington and Woodford. o clock. would make it a safer place for them the United State and Canada, Besides these prizes in the KenThe purpose of the speaking and at the grave by Rev. H. S. Hudson, ta invest their money in and a better and the care of dependent left desconference is to work out plans for assisted by Rev. Holder, of the Pleas, tucky counties a prize of $10 l ofplace to rear their famlies in. That titute by convicts. Hon. Alben W. Barkley, Congress unt Grove church. Interment in fered for the best essay on the subis why they are in lt that it why I Dr. Steele inspected the reforma man from the let. District of Ken the final three week's drive of the November Lancaster cemetery last Saturday af- - ject from Indiana, with a second prise an in it. tory and had talked over the situ- - tucky, will speak in Stanford on Fri- campaign, which close ternoon. lf.th. of $5.00. Similar prise are offered 4"I ask your pardon for mention tion and his plans with Superintend evening, October 2Hth., at 7:30 ing myaalf at all. The occasion ent II. V. Bastin. Ur. Steele at day for Ohio, West Virginia and Teanes-see- f o'clock, at the Court House, on be or the best essays from those makes It necessary. It it briefly tended a parole meeting of the State Coun Revival s half of the democratic party. told. When I saw how prosperous Board of Charities and Correction. Beginning Oct. 23rd. and lasting states. of democrats in Garrard coun-- I In A prize of $20 in gold will be givare the farmers of California and He had little favorable to uy for ty, who so greatly through the 28th., there will be ndmire this dis-- ( then road of the privations of the the prison plant, which he described tinguished revival meeting at the Fairview en the writer of the best essay subLexington. Kentucky leader will go Kentucky tobacco growers last win- as of an absolete type a well at old. Christian church. The membership mitted, frefn either city or rural Judge Robert Worth Bingham, ter when the market fell to the bot . s ,i 7 .,u.i of the church and the public in gen school, whether graded or not, from Chairman of the Bur tom,'! determined I would try to do i GOOD we may either of the states of Kentucky, that y r"' j ley Tobacco Marketing system will era! are, urged of thetogether services, Ohio, Indiana West Virginia or Ten,w"" this one thing for my State and to make the most week's me great speecn mat no win make meet , Lt.x(n-to- n I went in to form a tomorrow. (Fri nessee. For Nest Tkreo Nights Al Romts't xor .icmocrao. r,,ay) w.m, tho County chftirmnn t0 There will be services at eleven Thi competition is open to school "Fate, not my own merit or abilo'clock in the morning nnd at seven y tveotntrt Opera' Heusa. th'1 Ji"u l'la" U, the final drive that in the evening. ity, had placed In my hands two The preaching will students of any age in either of the Alben W. Barkley is one of the most wi ma(,e witnin the nnt hrw five states. No essay bearing a postgreat newspapers, and the resources be done by the regular minister, Romans Opera House Friday aurucuve anu Dmiani political speak-- 1 Wt.eCS- wkh which to make them affective. mark of later date than November 4, Charles Hutchenson era in Kentucky at this time and al-- j Judj.t. Uwi, u Wllkvri Count I decided to devote all these to this In ways draw, a large crowd wherever j Chairman, will Cham willit' be consideredof by the Judge. attend this meeting New Home cause. By this timo you have real the purpose It the association Double Adventure , ... .;n...i.. i. ni services are secured to niaxe a.nriIi g ,i.. ised or you will some day that Thit will be to publish the essay, Commerce. the best epitode yet political speech. county fanners will help in this move-mior a many of them as it is possible to there is not an office in tho gift of thown of this wonderful serial. We regret that his engagements The Hoard of Directors of the publish, with the names of the winand put this plan over in thit an official or voter of the United Saturday Night are such at this time that he cannot county. Remember wc have only Lancajtcr and Garrard County Cham. ners. States that I would accept. I am in Charles Ray come to Garrard county, hut many Uiree more weeks in which this thing to stabilize living condi to put ber of Commerce rented the rooms In Garrard county people will hear him name over Let's get busy and go over the puritan for their headquartlens in the rural sections of Ken Alarm Clock Andy. at Stanford and Danville, where he over the top. ter and will move in the new- - home A tucky and to reform the moat back You will bo pleased with this one. tpeaks on Saturday night, Oct. 2!th. at once. ward system of crop marketng that Needs Monday Night Kxecutive Secretary' Mr. Abbott Big aver existed. I am in it to take tho Mack Bennett You Would Rtiv is here and is taking hold of hi work women and children out of the toCharley Arnold, who lives in the and on the In Married Life. Job every minuto of the it bacco row. In thit behalf I have If you are married, or expect ci,y "ntl ' The Chamber of Commerce has colored day, with a little to be vtr" wort) Good on the given same money which was a ne- - married you should tee this wonderi citiaen, is tomo pumpkin raiser him part of the butinett men of Lan received a communication from one easily begin the movement; a lot ful picture. acera of strong having (It) Of 80 land, in high lime and tand- - self, weighs brought one to this office caster we will toon have one of the of the best professional photographof ftieja aad energy; and a heart full stonu state of cultiva- that 98 H pounds. It can be best Commercial club in the State. er In the State expressing a of devotion to tha people who have SO for next to open an photo Ky. tion, acres acre which plowHemp oryear, seen with others now in our window, The secretary will have his office been so good to me. I am going to (25 To of for at the location after Nov. 10th. If studio in Lancaster. Mis Ruth Carrier, who so success bacco,) at the popular price of $12, aaa this drive through. Wa are try Thi man now operates a profitable any members of the organization ing ta kern tha people of Kentucky fully coached the local home talent BOO.OO with TEN long years on de Some fine work has been done on have any chain, tablet or desks studo in on of our Kentucky town help themselves. Tha tents ta da play which was given at the school ferred payments, you should look at ts the extension of Maple avenue over which are not in use tho Chamber of and would no doubt make a succea it U now. We must have 71 per auditorium a few weeks ago will once. to the Danville pike when eight Commerce will be glad to avail them in Lancaster were ho to receive th eeat of taa Barley acreage signed leave this week where she will direct Improvements consist of a good wagoaa,one big track and Ed Games selves of thi furniture and place it patronage of the la and about Lantap by November IS, 1021. a play in Monticello, Ky. residence, 6 roeme and balls, corn worked there all of last Tuesday. in the office where it will be at the caster who new look to photographIt is useless for ua ta aay that Mies crib, and 7 acre barn, high and airy, "If wo have not, I shall wtdentaad Another day wiU make it a boule- disposal of all members and visitors. er in other town for photographic U to be a aeeiee that tha Kentucky Carrier wll Intake a success as she has In a desirable neighborhood, 4H Until all member have paid their work, whether portrait or amateur. etUe a reputation in coaching plays. miles out aad claae to malm highway. vard. Go ta it. ta 11 If you have oae or two light rooau nnt year pledges It is quit essena that aba-el- d be, aad I K can net be duplicated, eiaa, ejval tial that th organisation operate at far (vat aa or near the touare aad saU lfBlA4l-uradkthtVst tafa fSatMsM WfJtl 4aaasi t Al. ' OTsy ( sisBftfistmsk to aj tya0s"BJsa t Wa a tha top tear please notify the J WW WWWkmtfWtfas rf coa rratlvely a pisalkls. aaa Jar 1M1 mnm, btjt remambsr, feiiaw- N. Lm Mr. It's pelted ta aaM wita aa Jaakay tests ua that it U what term you will offer to - lag." WAffLffM I mm bum to trytac ... Vtjsrjtl tba . . vary far beea taawarm thla l tatTSj Straw WVYsrfflV M 41If it la true that sleep, U conduc- thi photographer, aad th secretary aaAMaVV su. ajwtrw AUL v A ktftlam iktsMA fka - D'.A. THOMAS. titae al year, bat tateh happa d to ive to beauty, we fear tame people will take th matter up with him la aumy TsbAAbM laWaMf Mik a P V eVgn Mm v ajajt Itasa ta try. I aaa happy U aay thai kaTatam sskaTassMtMaWtM ' ojm of hit Uvea last weak. (It) . should never wake up. t detail. BINGHAM MRS. MARK BOGIE THE BIG PICNIC DR. COLLINS NEXT SUNDAY CHILDREN Urges Growers Sign Up Passes Into The Great Everything In Readi Urges Growers To .Sign; NIGHT Will Discuss Burley By November 15th. Beyond. ness For The Crowd. Farmer Madison Count' Resident Date Set For Methodist Plan In Essays Tellt How Market Of TUmii Mavetttea Sari The death of Mrs. Minnie Blake Infer Revival To Close Twenty DeMart Its Gold WlH Be The committee In charge of the ing Boosted Lend Values man Bogie, G2 If They FaM T De Sa By Thai Time Ha WW Tab It As Netito Half Net Desired And WtM Retire. aged yean, wife of W. M. Bogie, last Monday night was a source of much sorrow to those who knew her in life and a great thork to thote who were near and wld Ken-tack- """'. ....!.""" Dailey PRISON EXPERT Praises Head Of Reformatory. .. SAPIRO Speak Lancaster. Co-op- e, hae ut Alts!) Barkley At Stanford. Hun-dred- Final Meeting Of ty Chairman At Fairview. PROGRAM ii. T ",' At 'r For ber Of prize-winnin- If Another One Photographer One Of The Of Lancaster. A Farm 'f will-iagne- at Play In Montkello, Fine Work i g CajtWeBBBBBBBB) , ys-lMl-s- BBBJ uail a See-rata- ry I tie rai rfacord, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Oct 20 92 1 1 . BURLEY Notables TURKISH The three greatest cigarette tobaccos. Mending MILDNESS n -MEUXWNKS-A110MA TU VIRGINIA one-eleve- cigarettes 20forl5 llli5Ti?.fty.- report ceremoilc. acocrdlnfc to from County Agent II. J. Chldrea. The county now ha 02 rcsrislercd sires nml 3 1 of good breeding. Fare mer who nre owner of the sire nro pUnnln tgo Improve their stock further by replacing them with registered animals, according to the report. The rcpLirimcnt of scrub with animal of good breeding ha been the result of n systematic drive conducted by the former of the county 'jn with County Agent Children and the extension division The of the College of Agriculture. drive was started in the spring of this i ear when n survey which wn made in each school district in the county showed n total of li!0 sires, 70 of 'which were purebred and CO scrubs Sentiment was immedii or grade. ately raised in opposition to scrub .tires by means of meeting held in ' different part of the county to which ' businciV nu n. farmers and entile llreedcr breeders were invited. were invited. Hrccdcr in the county ngrccd to sell pure bred animal at n reasonable price to farmer who would eliminate the icrub sires from their farm and from that time on, the downfall of inferior breeding anihigh-grad- Todd County Youngs-te- WINTER DAIRYING Organize New n Offers Means Of GreatCalf Club. Organisation of the Todd County Jersey Calf Club hns been complet ed with fourteen charter members who will purchase pure bred heifers in the near future nnd start develop ing them as their projects, accord ing to a report of K. M. Prewltt dairy extension specialist of the Col lege of Agriculture. Members of the club include Mary Smith, l.uclll (Inrth, Kmmett I'age, Marlon Smith J. C. Mitchell, Marion C.irr, l.edley Cobb, Clay McLain. Kobcrt I'etrle William It. Averitt, Wm, Hay Van cey, John France, Kay Flack ami Howard Smith, Members of the club will rnry on the work of df veloping n dairy herd of their own under the direction of the collrg extension division and County Agent I. C. (traddy, who assisted in its or ganization. er Profits. Produce Kenluctiiant Only 30 Per Cnt Of Dairy Products In Win. trr When Values Are Highest. mal was rapiil. Women Made Young COLD MEDAL Bright eyes, n dear skin and a body The person whose thoughts run In full of youth and. health may b the right channel has no reason to yours if you will keep your system fear the words that slip out un in order by regularly taking nw-ar- r Marion Farmers First To Replace All Scrubs tint e concede the fact that every mother's boy is perfect, but it gets our goat to know where the cala wag come from. are the Marion county farmer Doctors and undertakers are adepts ones in Kentucky to rid their at facial control. They compliment farms of scrub cattle sires In the you on your good health with a smil drive being conducted over the State tng countenntut for improved livestock, the last scrub the time that .. having been disposed of with fitting of a fat fee. virile knowing at ' ceping them out Th wot Id's standard remedy for kldnT. liver, blsdder and uric sci.l tumbles, the rmlrs of lit and looks. In uso sine JW6. Alt druggists, three sizes. t ik IMS mb CUM MJsl m imiUlJM .cceel .r i October Is Final Month For Sowing Cover "tlx FOR Crops. tne final month during who wish to protect their tlelds during the winter c:ui sow cover crop, according to It. K. Stcph enson, soil extension specialist from tht; College of Agriculture. Many farmers have already realized the value of such crops and seeded their field with them, report. from mor than 50 Kentucky counties indicating that the acreage of uch crops will lie lncrea'd from to one- fourth more than that of lat year. Itye which ha proved to ! the mot popular crop for thi purpose up tu the prefent time enn he feed- cd later than any of the other re- commnded for cover crois. Dr. Stephenson said. In sowing cover crops farmers are coping successfully with the largest single soil management problem which they have, .Mr. Stephenion said. This problem is the conserva tlon of plant food nnd the preven tion of leaching and eroiin. lie- gardlcts of leaching and e rem on cov- r crop. are profitable ones in view of their green manure and pniture value. Many Kentucky farmer will be compelled to sow cover crop this fall if they wish to keep their farm up to a high rtfate of production sinc their fields are in such condition that in a few years they will be gullied and leached beyond redemption, Mr. Stephenson said. October . "RHmt V7 1 SKK which farmer JJu3 Shop Phone 69. tWfe ill Lexington St v riiel'l.l'.MHEK Heatiac, Riofing Gtilleriog, Etc. Lancaster, Ky. one-thir- d the farm so that it will pay the Inrg est total profit year after year, principles and condition underlying Busy farm men and boys who en- - the marketing of farm products and rolled for the winter short course, farmers' marketing opens Oct. .11 at the College ganizatlons will be given special at-Agriculture will lie given special . tention in the course. Instructions training in the mnnagcu ent of the will be given by members of the for profit, according to present lege of Agriculture faculty. The plans for the farm economics line, course will end Feb. 26, 1922 with of studies being made by those in Christmas holidays from Dec. 10 to charge of the course. Studies will 'Jan. 2. The first term will consist be made in thi subject in agricul-jo- f the seven weeks before, the holi-tureconomics, farm management, I dav and tho second of the elcht marketing nnd market.) weeks following the holidays. Winter Course To Have MThe farmer's relation to society and ' it institutions, the management of Farm Economics I (renter production of dairy pro. ducts during the winter months by breeding cows to produce their calves in the fall rather than In the spring as is now the cave on manyfarms of few Kentucky farmers an excellent opportunity for increasing the profits from this phase of thier (tUMiies, SB 4 V ooT s according to J. J. Hooper, bend of a College Sr-ithe dairy department of the of Agriculture. At the present time Kentucky farmers are producing about 70 per cent of their dairy product. between May I and November 1 nnd the remaining HO per cent durIn case of sicknesa get the doctor quickly. ing the six winter month, accord-I- n If you live where it ia impossible to have the to Mr. Hooper. This condition doctor at once, the next best thing ia to have a supshould be revied or at lentt equalizply of our household remedies at hand. Many times ed if the greatest profit possible are a severe illness is stopped by some simple remedy. to be expected from the dairy busiLook in your medicine chest, make out a list of ness, be said. the drugs you need, and bring it to our reliable drug A maximum production of milk store. during the winter month. will make We give Service, Quality and Price. it po.ible for farmers to realize the Prescriptions filled only by Registered Pharmacist. greatest profit from their dairies since all dairy product. bring the highest Come to US for it. price during that season of the year. Labor also is cheaper anil time more plentiful In which to care for th cow and her cnlf. The fact that a calf born in the fall will nmke greatof the fair The auction sale of er growth during the year. If given Hopkins 2Z0 White V)iindotte pullet on tin the proper attention, than one that Is lat Jay of the fair Is expected to born In the spring i another adbe another feature of the evrnt4 vantage in favor of winter dairying. The sale will be one of IM tit be het I To have cows produce their calves at the proper time in the fall they "With all plans practically complet- under the direction of theCollcge of Agriculture as u report of the poultry should be herd in since ed the Hopkins County Agricultural breeding them during the early fall Fair and Kxposition to be held nt stsnslnrdiMtloii caniafgn bring conwill cause them to freshen during the Madionvile the week of (let. 17 to ducted over the State. Farmer who spring. The cow that freshens in --"J is expected to be even mere ela- rerelvisl hatching eggs in the spring the spring wjll lag in production borate than the first one held lat thraugh the eoaperatian of their county banks will return sne pullet when the drouth of summer arrives year, according to report coming and will begin to dry otf in the fall from the county. The show will be for each setting of eggs to pay for them after she has been milking about six held under the ntipice of the months. On the other hand the cow Chamber of Commerce which The fellow who opposes tainttsl that I fresh" in the fall will be stimu i with County Agent lated by the calf to give her greatest Morris Cordon, Hopkins County far- money M generally convinced that the taint ha been removed before How of milk during the winter months mer nnd interested organizations in when she is fed on silage and grain promoting the agricultural and sto,k! it tomes his wax .She will be stimulated again to a breeding interest of the county. greater production in the summer l iaie nave leen trovnltd fur when pastures are nt their best, i colt, garden and orchard nroducU.l JMNWHITE&CU aaaw ava v The cow that freshens in the fall will grains, needlework, canned iroods. .OUlSVlUt. av, produce 2 uper cent more milk dur- - f poultry, cattle, sheep nml hogs. T e rtmnt m ing the year than one that freshens ' poultry show which will be het I l.v tlbrl full Valu fMirf l ...u.. ..... mcse me tne county poultry association s ihijK iuvrauM- - mt .1 .u.M. Ki,- .. I expected conditions, Mr Hooper said. to be one of the features H1W lUTS Have Mr We STORE those THIHQS MUG you need. McRoberts Drug Store Farmers Plan For Feature Farm Fair. mid-winte- r, Madi-sonvill- e - .... Studies. of s WW M Col-far- f 0W r m sauX. al I Our Prices Pro-- I tect You. , v THE KEEN COMPETITION in all linos .f merchandise forces dealers to place on their the lowest possible prices. ko-hIs 5! the strain of racking cough, disturbed sleep and irritation of throat and lungs. Marie Hcislcr, Frecport, III., writes: "I had wore or less of a cough for years end I have taken quit.-- a nutr.b;r of ntcuicines. None of them takes hold and helps like Foley's Honey and Tar." This old, tellable , cough syrup promptly colds, croup j mi Vooning cough. Contains no opiates. Children like it Stormcs Drug Store liclns-coughs- TAKES HOLS) AN HILTS Colds that "hn on" should be lotten rid of, for no one can stand r ALORII rumukrr HEAT EVIHY HOME RmvBBna Solve tho problem of hih-pricefuel by installing tho scientific CaloriC I'induss Furnace. d fuel-savi- ng m i i Our prices protect you in this" vay. On- - gnoita are all marked in plain figures, and every atMcle in our stock is absolutely one price to everyhotl". We use no secret trade mark. When you buy an article from us you are sure of two things you are 'ettint? it at the lowest price possible, and your n ighbor would have to pay the same price as yourself This gives absolute protection to all. Trade wb ro the price protects. We especially call your attention to o r big line of FALL GOODS, IMPLEMENTS, ETC. We sell for cash, therefore you do not ive to pay the big profit to cover the lost account Grain Feed Now Boosts Fall Milk Production Successful feeding of dairy cattle during the fall of the year requires the use of grain in ndiytinu to what pastures may still exist, dairy specia list say. A feed compoed of four parts of corn meal, two parts of wheat bran and two parts of cotton seed meal all mixed by weight nnd fed nt the rate of one pound for ev pound ery three und onc-lmof milk that the cow produces each day U giving gooil results nt the College of Agriculture farm as a fall grain feed. If the cow is yielding two gal. Ions or about 17 pound. of milk daily she should receive five or six punds of dry grain each day. If the is not abundant it will be neces ury to feed from five to tenpounds of good clover hay in addition to the grain. lf pat-tur- guaranteed) in every room in coldest weather cuts fuel bills H to M. The CaloriC is tho original pilule furnace patent, No, 1,316,801. 'Ihis exclusive CaloriC feature makes pipeless heating mcevbsfu! ami imitators dare not copy it. The CaloriC heats homes of 18 rooms or less through one register. Costs less than Mows to heat Ktine rp.ico. No expensive installations, no plumbing no pipes to freeze. Made by largest manufacturer of warm-ai- r furnaces in the world. Over 125,000 timers, many in this community. tripIc-casiti- Gives you summer warmth (70dc-Krcc- s 10 HASELDEN BROS. Lancaster, Ky. A trMM can eftnl CaMC Becker & Ball; rd BRYANTSVILLE, KENTUCKY. Some people are unable to tell tht happiest days of their lives. They have been neither married nor Th Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday Oct 20, 92 1 1 PUBLIC SALE Having rented my farm for the year 1022, will on 1 SELF-RELIANC- E GOES BANKRUPT Thin Blood Saps Energy McMillian. Mr. and Ray. Mr. I.ouis McCulley liar-rino- pent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. n Gude's TREATING HOQS FOR CHOLERA Pepto-Munga- n Rebuilds The Blood Mr. and Mrs. Marh.il I'reton spent .Sunday with Mr. and Mr. Iluke Preston. Mr. nnd Mr. Jamei Matthew-spenSunday with Mr. and Mr. I.ukc Nnylor. t Mr. Ollie niack viiltrd Mrs. Wm. S. Ray Friday Rev. Manley Is holdin-- r a series of meettnijs at Pleaant Hill. Mr. Newt Sanders visited Mr. and Mrs. William S Ray Sunday. Mr.. J. D. Ray and Mrs. Marshal Ray visited Mr. Wm. 8. Ray Sat-urda- y. Saturday, Nov. 5th, AT TEN O'CLOCK sell to the highest and best bidder at my plaee on the Buckeye road, two miles from Lancaster, the following personalty: One horse mule, nine years old; One mare mule, five years old; One Deering Mowing Machine; Tow Hay Rakes; One Cultivator; One Horse Corn Planter; several turning plows and double shovel plows; One Wagon and Harness; One Buggy and Harness; Hog Box; Hog Feeder; Sled; Cider Mill; Some Household and Kitchen furniture; 100 or more barrels of corn. A lot of cane in shock. Lasso Are Inevitable Unless Early Action Is Tahtn and Proper Rimtdie Applitd, t'irurJ inrill l iil--- ll-- no. tuelit ulirli cliniiM'o enrl Mi'llmi I tnki'ii to ding Die 'm- - nlul apply proiier treat . oi Hutu fnli. ulllir I Itfpirt. .tn twlhe lienl. nre ilieite Iie niiiny npM-iiIn )our are lliet liable. Tin1 that lln' intiiblr I rlioleril, mi-- innler m li rlrciimMiuirr delay la il.iiu'eroiK, fur when that prem nihI irnnrt'.il tn l lu the In of liniiijr lioi niiiy be dl-Iilu-r- h ripvcteil. of fur the ue Ireiiliiirnt of I In- - herd. It ha totd ri that nutl era serum I not a cure; II ue f prllnnrily In im a prrteiillve Kent aitalntl (liolera, nlul a ailcli It I l unher-nil- y a Hie only rellalile While the serum linn had villi fntornble ef fect when ailitilnlMered In sick liiic III I In- - xer) rnrly Imi.v of Hie iliene, nine owner kIiuiiIiI lint iifksni llu- - product in kine any number of animal after they have detelopril thlhle Tlnliiiii of In- - iliiilera. In riiriiu-r- ' Hiilleiln Kll (revl.nl) allelillun I rnlle. In Hie fact that the nii'iiiliin when siliiiln erilin I lini llerel a n preentle "While (tie eriiui I regarded ii iimI efllcnrlou nlien ailinlnlnleriHt a h pretentlti Hie liUltelln point nut. "It "III tn linvo siiine ctirnllti- - tulue. priitldeil It - Mi!iiiltilteri-iwhen are In the Hut terj enrJr liii:.- - of the illrM-tery III lie biii.-rl- t ran be elix-ftefrom Hie Unit lire of tUllilv l L ' lie li.ol with the nil ".Scrillii nuti) being turned away kiuuv ilet .tnndliiL' lluit It I a precntle PAINT LICK there wa no room inide the church, ralhrr thmi h eiirnthe sseni." "It ba There be.-l- l Illicit lliat Tlllll alone linn nine Mr. Wood Walker I able to be being crowded every night Till I were six baptiied Sunday afternoon tlile III trentllik' lek IrnK out after o week's llliif. true within n irrimn llinlliilluii. Ordi- blc l The I'aint l.ick school girl serv- narily It I Dr. 11. J. Patrick spent scu-raIntlietery Mi llert Dailey spent Saturday ed candy, cuke and snndw irht Sat earl) tnte iif tin- - ll.-e, liefnre the day in Louisville thi week. nicht and Sunday with Mim Montn l.ogdon' tnre, which net- lnit hon iltil.- .n.11 uf cklie." was a visitor urdny at Mi Jennir lUiu-iIll n hutMjti rco-utliie- hy Pr Hay. ted flfl.lfi. Proceed go toward in Louisville for th' w eek-ennulmnt IndiiMry Mr ( harl.e McMillian spent Sun buying a l.ibratery for the ohool It (' II I ililef Mr. and Mr. Waller Centers day wtth hi parents, Mr Tom Mc They will continue to serve entabli In Danville Wedneday of Millmn Come buy fur your each Saturday l.iit week. .. . . ,. go.i.l Sunday dinner und help thi .ir i I ( t n ii mt pem. i iim Collett and Held Mawe, ruu.e. MU' day niiih with r.M. and Mrs C'hanie teacher, were i;uet Sunday of Mr. i Mr. Hobert (Suynn Iki in Her K. J. Wnlkcr home n very rare plant- - called the White of Rwhmend, ; night blooming cere Mr. Ilrnry It ha was in our town MomUy demonstraIed three time thin summer, winch new Dodite car. ting I the blotiine I It ha The pie supper lit Maine nette'd The bloMiim begin to open about About 110.00, which will jro for the eight o'clock nnd by midnight it has Kiaaaalav. Improvement of thr rhool failed und cloned up it petal Rev, It. J. Skact:. wife ami on. great many of Mr. (luyn' friend Tommy ami Mls (.race Hull were in have been invited in to see thi won HaBalBBBBBBBBa I derful (lower, which i to mnnv n Danville Momluy shopping ling cholera I I'nrljr nllenllnii In an niitbrenk eMitlnl liok-rlu- .l rrruk-nln-.- le-n- Terms made known on day of sale. Mrs. Carrie Davidson ! Im-- e. Am Bourne, Auctioneer. Iii-- -- Wrctliiik' with n weakened condi- ; The many friends of Mr. N'ewt tion of the blood is a struif- flrow nre jIad to know he i able f ..t.,.r.. I.trtn.l rvt. 1lil.i ,.fil..r. out n,fn,n- the body of energy nnd can.. a lo played-ou- t Mr. and Mr. Kverett Ander.n feelinc not unlike utter' exhaustion. A man with weak blood spent Sunday with Mr. and Mr. ha. not the full use of hi power. John Durham In Jciamine. He lack decision, nnd vacillate un-- j Mr. bnrt Simpton and Mii til hr Iom-.j(.nn w,.r,. n,.rnoon ...t, Some men, nnd women too. Bo of Mi ArMgh Matthew- - Sunday, ' fnltertni; nloni; for month scarcely K'v- Manly, of Uncater. I realiiinir that they need liude' IVp.' meetinir at I'ien.ant r Ilutl'" u the lu' pre.ichlnir some p!endid when they have taken It for a while, what n dilference there Is in the feel- - "Tmnrn. vigor and the Inic' The Mises Christine and Olivia Preshue of ood health re- -' ton and Mr. lUlph Preston spent ...1 .i-- i. i t.i ri I 111! ll.ll). ItlllOII Lena nnd Min ;i'L3 IU Sunday with Mis-n.- .ill- work, huildinK, fortifylnir, liftintc nie Kns( at Iluckeye. the pirit up to its normal standard. Mr. and Mrs. Jej Duncan and Physician have prescribed (iude's family of ltrynntsvillc. and Mr. and r. for year a a Mrs. Kdi;nr Duncan, of Mt. Hebron, Druci!! )dl it in liquid spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Ike and tnblet form. Look for the name Duncan " "(iude's on the Miss Una l.ou McMillian. of Mt. packnee. Advertiment Hebron, spent from Friday until Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Charlie POOR RIDGE McMillian nnd attended the meeting Mrs. IS. II. Preston spent Sunday t J'len.ant Hill, with Mr. Kverett Duncan. .Mr. ond Mrs. Kdd Mobcrley ami , Mis Minnie hu't spent hatunlay little Ileie Mae, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Lewi iiiitht with Mrs. Win. Pollard. I u;... ...... . c. ...... i "-h i. .Miss l.onn spent niurua "r""- - m. afternoon Ku,, the with her father. Mr. II. P Untr , Mr. Lewis Simpou spent Sun lay with Mr. nnd Mrs. Speed Sherrow Mrs. Unhurt (Irow spent the week with Mr. and Mr. Line Hoiton Mr. und Mr. Wm. Pollard spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Cleo l!a Ml Jennie Walter spent the week-enwith her parents, at Hub- - Mr. Marshal nitnj l' Thursday Ray spent the eve. Mrs. .! with i s - blood-lmilde- old-tim- e d anil son, James spent Wedneiday niirht and Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. Wm. S. Ray. Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry Scbastain and little on, Henry Walker, visited Mr. and Mr. Raymond Ilurchcll Sunday. Mr. Wm. Taylor, of Cottonsbunr, vlited her daughter, Mrs. Harris Teater Saturday. Mr. ami Mr.. Price Sutton and little daughter, Mil Maud, of Danville, Mrs. J. I). Ray, Mr. and Mrs. Jes Ray and sons, Alvin, Jeve and Calvin visited Mr. and Mrs. Fred Snyder Sunday. A wis.; woman never finds it necessary to i;o through her husband'. pockets. She hook It before it Ret that far. Caey. Mr. Newt Sander IVpto-MariKa- n blood-builde- Pepto-Mntiktan- Jut why they continue to call them bootltVKe- - we don't know. There isn't a boot made that would-holenouirh dau-jhtcr- Attention Hunters Positively no fox hunting or hunt-o-f any character or treepastlnr on our farms. Any violators will be prosecuted. W. S. Embry. W. A. Price, T. J. Price, Ed and N. B. Price, FUher Herring, Crit Meadows, Ansel Meadows, John Collier, J. S. Schooler. Joe Criscillis, J. M. CriKillif, Robert Speake, George Conn, Jim Conn, Henry Arnold, Marion Johnson, W. E. Whltaker, Tom Conn, J. M. Meadow, W. T. King, John Rich, Sam Rich, J. C. Conn and J. F. Adams. R. I. .Arnold, Mrs Victoria Anderson, O. T Ballard, Sr., E. L. Woods, B. L Kelley, Donehue ... , IRS f rr MOTHERS Tor Thr 1Child llv.Md Using Birth Easier By XPECTlteL Ccnaratlana. - n fit. soke 'Alt TWtl i 5 mi Ilnn, ri.u Kr.uurgiica. tooi lit a )tCiot)..it.. oin.t-- aaar Atut e. Brothers. (Other names will be added upon the payment of 23 cents.) .t (tf.) mt eer I . ' ! curiosity. Mr. and Mr. Tandy Center were The work at the school building the truest Sunday of her iter, Mr. which consist of digging a basement John Stewart and Mr. Stewart. play room in liad for children' Mr. Hnry Miller, of near Preach-rrvillweather and for other purpoe a was thr Saturday night and well, i progressing nicely, although Sunday guest of Mr. and Mr. Ollie e, HHpHMajTa?l!aaaaB 'saafl1 eBBH BBnnLLa5!l j'iaH IB IB CHELD Itolan. Davis, of Richmond, spent several day lat week in and around I'nint l.ick visiting relatives and old friend. Meir. Hotit. Walker and Arthur Hall were in llloomlield, Ky., for the him Fox Hunteri Statu meeting Mr. and Mr. W, lJtoger.. Sr. had u family reunion recently, nbout Sam Mr. there has been little help outside what the boy of the ichool have Men, why don't you conic done. and help such a good cause? Your child may be one of thofe in school and a Mr. Klder is o nice n to oversee thi work and take .o much interest in our school why not help ' " ' were present, Including all the children and Home outsider. Mr. and Mr. A. II. Wynn and Rev. N, II. Young, were among the crowd from here who attended the revival service at the Methodit church in l.ancaiter Monday night. Hev, and Mr. N. II. Young entertained the followinir to dinner Sun- day: Mr. and Mr. W, C Wynn. Mr and Mrs. A. 11. Wynn, Misses Chas-tinKucker and Mary llano Wynn. Mr. and Mr. II. J. Chestnut entertained Sunday Hev. Purvis, Mr. C A. Van Winkle, and children, Mr. and Mr. Thot. l.ogsdon and children Mr. and Mr. Hurchvll, Misses Emma Ilurchcll nnd Ida llrumfield, Mr. and Mr. (I. W. Noe. who have or been in Virginia the past nine month on account of her heatth have moved back to their home near Paint l.ick. Mr. Noe't health i very much improved we are told, Mr. and Mr. Walter Center had at their dinner guests Sunday Mr. and Mr. Ernest Hender and little on, Charles, Mr. und Mr. J. S. Wait. era and daughters, of Herr-a- , Mr. and Mr. T. II. Wngere, of I'aint Lick. Walker and Mr Mr. Wood Mary K. May. Mr. Kobcrt Walker and Mr. Stephen Walker, Mr. Fan-nl- e Kranci and Misaes Lucy and Margaret FrancU motored to Btrta Thursday and apnt the day visiting the Art and Crafta building, of Beraa College. The revival lervicea at the Chria-tia- a night. church closed Monday Much Interest was taken and large crowd vera there for every service, thlrty-A- Stornicj Drug Store FOR SALE Farm on Boones Creek 5 miles from Lancaster, containing 33 acres. Good house, barn and orchard. All in grass. Terms liberal. Clarence Beapley, Lancaster, Ky. A Hlnt to a llullur Ini k of iitniiMi'ii In rMirllni: out liresks of hoc Indcrn Much of the cilllcl-i- n anil iiMfiiMinilili- - iummeiii apillKt unll lii't ilmlera -- ruin lire due to llu- - fact that fiiriiicr ilelu) the ue of the product for tiN bun: n after cholera Im reaclu) the herd, show When miiny of the iiiiliiuil nlul I lie (em syiupiotlik of the , I It I reteiil a litk'h fctt-rnot leuMimible o upMe th.it serum will tin much toward llinllliii: Therefore, the wiinilni: I nk'iiiu Chen to (rent tlie ntilliiiiN at the er tlrst lcn of cholera in the herd. . Or belter still. If there are I to siipiMor that the hoi; have to Infection, they should are etpo-ii- l lo liniiuinlc--l before they hnte fulleii victim. In section where there lire i no known oulbreuk of choleru there doc not seem to b any need fur the treatment, but Use of mi eH-nhwhen the illcae make It In the lclulty no time should be loi-- t ducteil prompt , ill-'- H-e Ctssnlnj Up the HoghsuM. stale Imanl of "crli'iilturc the fnUonlliK' "An aualjsi of the data ulitalned from sick herds. tacilnatnl In Jliirtlnml diirlin; 11' H'. khima that oter of the swine bad died or were too ek to treat be fore the herd were Itiiliilllilied," lie fonnntluli friim other state where till tml work Im recelllly been Coll Murjlaiid s ap-eariln-.l(l- li THE ANNUAL FUR SALE OF LANCASTER WILL BE FRANCIS-SMIT- H AT MILLINERY STORE ON MONDAY lui. TUESDAY, October 24th and 25th. AND rcs-ui- These furs are all from the Fine Fur Co., of New York and Balti more, and our standard of high grade Furs is well maintained at prices 50 per cent less than last year. i e iipn-urnur- (tf.) nil siircpllble lu sheu the serum treiiluieiil Heporl Indicate that furiner und In hnxliiK WORTH OF these high grade Furs will be offered at prices which 'will not be dupli cated again this year, consisting of Scotch Mole, Hudson Seal and Mink Wraps and Coats, Hudson Seal, Kolinsky, Skunk and Mink Capes, Fall Planting. OF ALL KINDS OF HARDY TREES, SHRUBS, HEDGE, GRAPE VINES. ROSES, dltiklou of publication, IVp:iitnu-nof Acrlcultiin. Wnslilnutiiii. PERENNIALS, EVER. GREENS, ETC. swine owners ore rend In Kiianllni: iiKulust the InttiNluclliHi of Infection, and tiro ueiierully luclineit lo eiM-c- t tm much of null Imu cIioI.tj serum a curiitlti- - intent Cople of 1'iirmerV lliillellu v'll mil) be had fnv ii"'ii iippllcatloii lo the t recommended In our catalog. Price list und guide in FREE to every one interested in good nursery stock. la FIRST IROOO SOW ESSENTIAL Animal theulsj ae Given Kneuah ef Right tort of Ft4 te Nur Little Porkera. The drat essvotlal for the brood so eiinujli of the right ort of feed to enable her to lay on a little Heat) aituliiit the drain of suckling a litter and also build up ike litter which aha la carrylug. I Coatees. Stoles, Scarfs, Neckpieces, Etc. YOUR INSPECTION IS INVITED This is the time to buy your furs and this is the place. The furs are all guaranteed by the manufacturer to be as represented. Remember these furs are on sale only two days. FRANCIS-SMI- TH No agent. H. P. HILLENMEYER A SONS I t)bgt , Ky. MILLINERY LANCASTER, KY. STORE Th Central Record, Lancaster. Ky.. Thurtday, Oct 20, 1921 You Believe In WE, THE UNDERSIGNED BUSINESS MEN OF LANCASTER ENDORSE THE BURLEY TOBACCO GROWERS ASSOCIATION, AND URGE OUR FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS TO SIGN THE CONTRACT TO ORGANIZE THE ASSOCIATION FOR THE FOLLOWING REASONS: He 1. The interest of the business men and the farmer is mutual. If the farmer does not prosper the business man cannot prosper. he is our neighbor and is dependent absolutely upon the farmer for success. We are interested in the success of the farmer, both because friend and our customer as well. If he gets a living price for his tobacco he will make a good customer by buying more goods and paying promptly for what he does buy. If he gets a poor price for his tobacco he makes a poor customer because he cannot buy many goods, and in many instances cannot pay promptly for what he does buy, thus entailing great loss on the business man. What we want is good customers with p'enty of money, and we believe this" plan will bring about this result, and that is the reason we favor it so strongly. 2. Under the present plan for selling tobacco, the farmer has nothing to say about the price of what he buys or the price of what he ' sells, both prices are fixed for him by the other man. This is wrong in principle and this plan corrects it and allows the farmer to have something to say about the price of the product he has for sale. 3. It can be financed and has the backing of 95 per cent of the bankers and business men of the Burley district, and of the United States through the Federal Reserve Bank and War Finance Corporation. It is to our interest as well as the farmers to got as much money for the tobacco as possible, and to get it as quickly as possible. We believe that under the proposed plan the farmer will get much more money, and get it practically as soon as under the present plan. 4. Under the old plan the buyer pays a good price for a small crop and then practically takes the larger crops for far less than the cost of production, thus bringing about fluctuating values and hard times. 5. We believe that the proposed plan will stabilize the values of tobacco and land. We believe that under the proposed plan that the tenant can buy the necessities of life for his family and educate his children and prepare them for the struggles of life, while under the old plan his family becomes destitute and his children grow up in ignorance. 7. We believe that under the new plan we can pull out of the present financial depression, while if we remain under the old system the future outlook is gloomy indeed. association. For these reasons and many others, we favor the CO-OPERATIve Citizen' Nat.ur..i. lank, I (1 lavidon. Cashier Hudson & Fnrnau, (on! t Cir.-nK. C. (Same. Insurance Agency ftoodloe & Walker Brothers Hardware Joseph Mercantile Co., Dry (,ood. Itmtin llrothcrs. Lii:ht & Ice Plant J. K. hickcrson & Son, Iridic Furnishing Stormc Drue Store. "Kim Thought in Droit." Haeldcn llrothers. Hani war? & Implement McKoberts Droit Store The (iairard lank Jfc Trust C'd , J V F.lmore. (nshur Smith. C'lothins Store Co & Hermit V. II. Hall, CIroeeries and Queensware. Central Hecnnl, Newspaper and Job Printing. & Merchandise. C K F.nirle, (Irocer Kinnaini llrotheri. Dealer in Dodite llrothers Motor ('nr. .lame V Kctaumnt & Confectionary llatson's. Cheap Cash Store. Prance V Smith, Millinery uiul Notion Scott A Kuble, Fancy anil Staple (Irocertes. Currey A- (iulley, Groceries ami Mint, Morrow and MrKobert, Jeweler. Conn Hrother, "Live anil Let l.ise Folk.' J. F. Ilolttclaw, ITouse FurnUhinulunn & Conn, lluick Automobile Aitenvy S S. S. Lumber (V The Puritan, - lUstm Lumber Co A II I l.i .tin A Co.. tirner.i! Merehnndfee. Garrard Milling Compart). Harrodnbiin; Ice A Produce Co II C Hailey A Son. I'redue V J lloman.4, IIUKitie. Vjun and lllankel Ar I" it Murk-bur- y Co . Flour. Fed and Grain W O Kurney A-- Co Funeral Director? Tomlinson Ar Hay. Atty' Jc Counselor at . I'm going to rale with Mr and Mrs. Wesley Simpson raise opium food stun for the starving" The j Saturday night and Sunday. Jno. Itoytton sold a 700 pound j next tatement was from a man who: jjr. an, jjr. Walter Casey and . . I - -T i rice n has been a professional tobacco rain-- ! ohlldron. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Mober-e- r fciccr 10 ti! tiru. lur ots veins pound. until the price "slumped" "1 j,.y ami daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Miss Sallie Lou Myers, of Lancas- have made up my mind to iuit thf Moberley and daughter were and raise food stuff Howjt.,uj visitor of Mr. ond Mrs. W. T. ter, ha been visitinit the Misses ay Moberlev. many of the iiri'trwren will ISoyston,. Misses F.lvaree and Alberta Speakc Amen? j Mr. and Mr. Clarence McCulley of Vet I.ancaster, were week-end- ! and interesting son spent the duy guests of Ml Idapeake. WOLF TRAIL with Mr. and Mr. Joesinh j Sunday (McCulley Mrs. Allen Teater, Mas Mis Ola Doolin returned Monday Mr. Abe Burton spent the week- ter Frank and Ada Mae Footer were from Pulaski county and Somerset, guests in the afternoon. where she hat been viiitir.it relative, j end with relative. A number from here were in Lan.Mr. ami airs. I'oynier ami cnuureiii BUENA VISTA of West I.anciiMer. were the ruest caster Saturday shopping-Mr- . Sunday of her parent. Mr. and Mrs, and Mrs. Mo.se Ray and on Mi Grace .Huff is reported very spent Sunday with relatives. Wm. Blank. Mr. and Mrs. Abe Burton enter- ill at this writing. Miss Elizabeth Simpson, of StanMiss Pear' Vnnderpool, of Leving. ford, is here this week in the interest tained a number of friend Wedneston recently made a visit to tlii city. She is the itUet of day. of her farm. Mrs. A. J. Bice. Mose Kay and Jasper Mr. Taylor Scott, of Buena Vita Mesdame and baby spent Tuesday has accepted a position in Lexington The Ladies' Workinit Society will Matthew for the winter. meet with Mr. Kd. Sutton next with Mrs. Sila Matthew. Thursday, All the delinquent memMr J. T Scott, of Paint Lick, was The two Miss,- Wilder, of Stan- bers have a special invitation to be the guest Saturday and Sunday offurd, are visiting their uncle, Mr. present at this meeting. Shad Wilder, of this place. Mr. and Mr. F.lbert Teater Mrs. Mollman, of Hast St. Louis, Martha Crutchtleld, who ha Mi Master Frank Allen and Ada Mae j been sick Mrs. Jennie Summerhajes, and son, Foster spent a delightful week-en- d for several days i some Mr. W. K. Summerhjys and daugh- with Mr. arid Mrs.' Allen Teater. better at this writing. ter, Mi. Ituth, Mr, and Mrs. S. A. The Buena Vista High School i Mr. and Mrs. Homer Bay had as, Cash, of Louisville, were the guests their guest. Sunday Mr. and Mrs. 'absent of one teacher, this being the Thompson Herbert Foler and Mr. Sam Folger. econd time during the term of Mr. and Mr. Lewi Sunday. Mis Bettie Maye, who lias been Mr. Kirby Teater bought nine hog Mrs. Bice llerrinit. of Lexington from Wilbert Dalley and live from nursing Mrs. U. L. P.lknt, of Lancasand Miss F.UKcnia Pollard have re- Klljah McMllllan for ct per lb. ter ha returned Inline again turned from Mt. Salem where they Mr. and Mr. T. M. Scott are Mc.Millian Klijaii Mr. and Mr. have been to visit Mrs. Hcrnntt's, oer the arrival on Oct. 11th, Ilolman J wire among brother, Mr. BilT Floyd, who I very and Master Uay of a baby girl, weighing ten pound. ill. Mrs. llerrinit wilt be the guest the guests of Mr and Mr. Tom Mr. J K. Bobinson arid Mi of Mrs. Am. lluurne for several dap. Sunday. Bourne, of lincaster, Mis Jessie B. Kay and Mr Klmer Virginia Miss Dean Hunter, who has reFriday until Sunday motored to this city Monday afterturned from the bedside of Mrs. Bay pent from attend- noon. Mark Bogie, of Jessamine county re- with relatives in Madison and Mis Mattie Mayes went to Lexed the revival meeting at aSlem port a alight improvement in her he made a Mr. and Mrs. Harmon Davis, Mas-te- r ington Friday, where condition. Her many friends of the Mis Francis Davi thort visit with her sister, Mi and Cepha community are glad t,o hear of the spent a pleasant day with Mr. and Mabel and Henrietta Mayes. change for the better Nidge. Mr. and Mrs. S. (I. Vnnderpool, of Mis Annte Blanks was elected Mrs. Melvln Pursons of Poor Mis Bert Duiley and Karl Daily Lexington. Mr. und Mrs. F.ltshn Scott B. Y. P I' group No. captain of the of this place motored to Lincoln with Mi 3. A very interesting program was spent the last week-enput on Sunday evening The sub-je- Montie Bay and Hubert Buy and at- county, where they attended the at birthday celebration of Mr. Amanda being "Stewardship and Tal tended the series of meeting Iteynolds. cnts." Thoee taking part were Mr. Pleasant Hill. Miss Martha CurMrs, Tom Price, of Dan Kugene Thoeipeon, Mr. und tis, Mr. Homer Rice and Mr. WIN ville visited the home last week of Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Simpson, Mr. and lUm Rice. t,KIWlt. A lady who owns a nice farm in Mm. Hunter Davit and Mr. und Mr. ttMUnis is itn this vicinity in a conversation was Harmon Davis. Mr. and Mrt. Irvin Simpson and rati Vesae attM recently heard to y "Not another leaf of tobacco atull be grows on daughter, Mitt Thelma and Mr. My place why I had Just at mm Drew Davie made a delijrhtful vltit ! week-business t ; MARKSBURY Bird Sew Leevet With Silk. time to tad Th winter Is a bird' neets, us the lie.;es are leaf-an- d Mrs. Leslie Hill : improving nekta may be round In plateo Mr. Sarnie Bay sold a calf to Kir- which base Iweli cutvfully searched by Teater at 7 ct. lb. in slii In Summer The kliiKtUber't I first Is a wonderful thine helm; Mr. and Mr. Felix Ijine were It t kiasble lhat of iMihone Danville Sunday. tor in tbee hone nre the remain of frastt, Fred the bin koIiiic to the 4ine hole year Thei little friend of Hill are sorrow- to know he is ill. after year when nesiinc SHU more the wonderful the Mr. Wm. Black wa the after- licly tailorIshlnls crHftniisiihlp ofwith of India, which Mrs. Win. noon guest Wednesday of their hills thread letite loe'her with Bay. the llk of raterpillii Mis Vlrgella Bay was the guest JUDSON c'l vi. roiu-K)t- Mter Fsmoui Poem Founded on FJCt ' Mr HeuiMiis a vitiimics." mmih fouiiiled on the of ' CjM.ins, s Kremh iias.il oitlcrr. A tupUlir Of the llucshlp Orient, he I commanded thn which tmns-- I Irl.s Nspoleoti to Kcypt In the battle of Abukir. Admiral ItrueiM wis ktlle. and Cahlaii(n was put In command, lie was wounded anl th ship cnught tin, hut still be at III H.t. Ills kiii Koiild not lease hi father and both wen kll!. when the shl we blown up. I II l'lle . Thursday of her iter, Mr. Odut Naylor. Mr. and Mr. Jame Clark were guest Sunday of Mr. and Mm. Tom Naylor. Mr. and Mr. - I. Matthew were guest Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. W. I- M. Simpson. Honey for Tobacco Growers Mr. Farmer When you deliver your tobacco to the Aiwocintion Hurley Toliacco Growers' you are ko!i)k to need ome money, anel yeu are going to get it. Ninety-fiv- e Mrs. Claud Bolton and children spent the day Monday with Mrs. Nannie Bay. Mr. and Mr. Marshal Bayburnl were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mr. James Foster. Mr. and Mr. Tom Pollard were pleasant guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Iliimm Aldridge. Mr and Mr. Milton F.te und laughter. Mist Grade, were guests Sunday of Mr, and Mr. Jessie Cuv ey. Misses JeneVa F.the! and Jame Lane and Mis Florence Stone were Per Cent of Your Banker arc for you ill this proposition and Will advance you the money, through your Aateciation. lie-ner- 7. The Federal Reserve Bank Board .say.H your local Hanker can net the money from the Federal Hank if they need it. I guest Saturday night and Sunday nf Mr Jam, t'nsler MONEY To The United States Government, through the War Finance Corporation (organized for the purpose of helping the farmer), will loan at least fifty per cent of the market value of you crop to your A- bociatien, which will turn it over to you. All You Need to Get the Money on Your Crop is to get the teventyfive per cent of all Hurley tobacco in your Association. The rett it Eay. Sign Your Crop Immediately and get the benefit of d Loan On Farms of 40 acres a Ml over Sms tMiJey MtM)90j Loan Agent Court Houm LaBCMter, Ky. the marketing, plan for this year's crop, or write for contract to lurlty Tobacct Crtwtrs iUMciititii RtMM Ct-Optra- tivt -- IhFki 4, JaJuu Bwilding, UiatlM, Ky. Th Ctntral FUcord, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday Oct 20. 92 1 I KEEP ACCURATE few T Sciential Get Relict Astifnee's Sale Of Land. ;ai:kaki) county couut. I)avidon, n Astlcnee of V. U'hittnker, on Petition. Pursuant to n Jwlcmcnt rendered on October 10, in the above styled cae, the uriili'Miirneil. I ( I)avtdon, ns annignee of W. K. Whit-Inkennd for nml on behalf of Annie l.oe Whittuker, will sell nt public nurtior to the hiKhe.t nnd host hid der ot the premire., on the and l.nncnster turnpike in Cnrrard County, Kentucky, about one nnd a half miles Kn.tt of Lar caster, Kentucky, nt 10:30 o'clock. A. M., or thereabouts, on I. K CASH ACCOUNTS Farm Household Records Valuable as Supplement to General Farm Business. IMPORTANT AID TO FrMR RbciHstisfli AgrtM Ii Dim te Waste Product In the Mood. Tnat Um Cnm tittuM, (. mmclet, luamcntt an t rleth of thi ho ly rs ' directly or inlire-tl- y rtturttheil. It it also thru the hlool stream ihit worn-ou- t tiituei ECONOMY anil wane pro lucti arc Cait our of the yitem. When watte trolucu accumulate, thtr are j Tbeltolittliernc.inhv,hi hill 'J, r Flrtt Step Towird Saving Usually Lie In Finding Out Whtrt Unnecessary Espensts Art Incurred Two Good Method. a menar-- j tn lite. I hy caui a lowerej vitality, many rAm divirJeri an.l rhcunn. turn, (ienuine relief from the ainniei of rlicumatitm can he haj onlr hy corr-ctin Illch-mon- d Prince Albert's a new note in the joys of rolling 'em! Talking about rolling your own cigarettes, we'll tell you right here that Prince Albert tobacco has 'cm all Inshctl to the mast! s You've got a coming your direction when you pal it with handful-of-happines- And, for a fact, rolling up Prince Albert is mighty easy! P. A. is crimp cut and stays put and you whisk it into shape before you can count three! And, the next instant you're puffing away Print mfd ff Alkttl 1$ ftf in 'd i, tlr rrJ llmi. Aaf fr t unW P. A. and the makin's papers! For Prince Albert is not only delightful to your taste and pleasing in itsrcfrcshingaroma.but our exclusive patented process frees it from bite and parch! to beat the band! Prince Albert is so good that it has led four men to smoke jimmy pipes where one was smoked before! It's the greatest old buddy-smok- e that ever found its way into a pipe or cigarette ! ffUtt funj trytl tvif n k tt m r hvmUr mtHllnih tin id f.r. BBjfl huNGE Albert the national joy gmoke To Irighttn Carpets. Ilrlghtrii )our cnrpl after the tlutt lulilln I th" prlvntH home of the lor! lieuton ha lcti Ixaten out of them hy on them nirtiiuenl mlinl nlth nt of Irrland whll lie lioldi ortlr. TTif official rptldcno l Dutilm intli, nlt. nml then tteeiiis them oft whrro nil rpfptlont lull an I other Sxit ran t relnoi-- i hy the tl'o of or atninonln nml wnlcr function of jrc held Oublin Cattle Officul Momt, Tin? brl( Cryrllit J K.rn.Hi lobicto C. .V C. 1121 lcirfsal lodir In ir When wlf In n tlie- Trut Untethnoss. inuii hU n girl - tl,J"-i- n. t I'crvjrul inelicjl aitice. witlHiut ihargs, lows: may jImi y jenain a complete In llcirtnnlni; nt n point in the mid . Ad Irett Chiel! dcKrtpiin of farm Inbor, which would othcrwlne ! of the Lancaiter Medical ShiI: Sp. itic Co., 7JJ die of intersection Merelj from the n fit mi ... line ic r ice .roiner iiiiililnt of keeping track of house, dWtf stores Sill S.S.S. j "miroa.i. and corner to part sold to Robert hold i'iiiim- - a r tin tti tn tiit fiirm Ilurnide: thence with said Hurnside l account nre te bulne, and middle of railroad N. Cr,i. W tnl mIhhiM erve to Mipple-islrnble Il.tJi' chains to a point 22 links South nl nml round nut fiirm account. of middle of track. N. 15, W. 30.9R Hut tin' vnliii- - nf lniiii-liil- t account chain to a point about 10 feet South he) nnd tlil. Such mvnunt ii of North right of .uay line, N. 55, runny A ill ii lmHrtuiit nlil to W, crotfing trnck twice 0.84 chain Is n dollar mnt- - mul the .Much lnr ntil f the cure which mut be to a point 10 feet North of middle I rut f N. 77 lt. W 1.03 chain to a point in step towurd tin mine Kiven pou.tr tlock .iunntt atiaree-nblHum-idof track and lift In llndlug itt where iimieceury winter weather cm be made middlethence leaving corner to along railroad xpeti--e are Incurred Thi cnu he enty and the comfort of the llock the Southeast side of Harris Lane, determined nnly liy kccplm; careful ' remrd nf expetie fur tin whole )cnr intured liunnir that c.ion of the S. 77 . W. 1.10 chains to a point 2 year if farmers will complete all feet North of middle corner to FerMethods of Keeping Records. guson with Ferguson. S. 204. E. There nre two general m'ttinU of huildinir, remodeling nnd repairing of 13.75 chain to corner post in a wire poultry hou.o during the next few fence. S. 10s. W. 10.C0 chains. S. keeping h record nf lnitix-linli- l ei the. pur weekit mi that the hen and pullets 1 "4, W. 'ndlturo. One l tit to the middle of eluic or iimiify :i I nut, without can be lettled in their winter homes Lancaster and Richmond Turnpike, luMf)lng tlit lireTin' nth before they utart laying, according corner to same; thence with middle pike. S. 72, K. 2.23 chains, N. r N in ihilfy when tin record I to J Ii. Smith, field ngent in poul- of .tid K. 11.20 chain to a point at made ( from the College of Agriculture. North edge of metal, S. 70',. K. 2.45 try Tin flrt method tery simple, re K. preparation l especially impor- chains. S. Ill, K. 0.25, S. furrii, hihI glte nil This iiilr' mi tant in the cue of pullet iqnce any 5.00 chain to a point nt South edge tiecvart lufnriiintlni' rt'ir.inlliu e K. 11.03 change in their living conditions af- of metal, N. 77, containing chains to 05.127 the beginning, ter they begin to lay i apt to cau.e acres counting to the middle of the to top for n time f railroad, but tehtn of railroad right The Interior nrangement of the of way is to be deducted which leave lioune i perhap the must important a net area of 02 417 acre.. 2nd. Tract: On the item in the1 satisfactory nnd efficient Sugar Creek, beginningheadwaters of at a leaning mnnaemeiit and housing of the llock locust between two gates on Harris which would hecnme n S. i. S. rt Il'iriarrrl t Ih tnlld Mllt.t t It it the iJeal remedy for rheumatitm, lx. I nvnt it - otvmout aite mattel f ii nil caiiteitrematt llotlehold mi ii which it the trouble. lire tery Intimately ulth luj aftrr laming and the remit Thtre are n etfeett it wimJcrfuL htislno of the farm lldf. The Ikpin thr S. to !4 an u.im S. S.Uiulkler, ".' J write for 56 tl ji farm ii'irnmll) much material u illuttratcd Ihi i tl Axtu-'ittur- r h- xaut prejuiti, 'Ih'mumli and thouunji of men anj women during tliepatt 51 ean haveclearej ine iuhii. troutnc their hloid of wane prndnett with SATUP.DAY, OCTOI1KU 'M, 1921, The Iiiiiim'IioIiI, In lmuehnld cm-iimturn wry often furnMie hoard fur - ntlnrli' the real etnte mentioned in the pleudtnir nnd ilecribcd ns follow l.t. Tract, on the dividing water of Suitir Creek nnd Cilberti Creek mile Knut of the City of about I .minister, Ny., nnd hounded ns roi ij ''iit' liniiM-linli- ca. Hen House Work Lett ened By Making Ad vance Plant. ri-- -- c; , ' -- l.Ot-rhai- ns 1 - 88. . -- ilul h0,. one-hal- t lie his ila) nf hole-proo- f tocke, 'sJiiBaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaB saaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaLaaaaal oi-'(n- il tlf he Iim n ri'M liitlon of litiinan mislf on-- ( Inline that tlllul H the eighth Idnho Yarn, tier of the uorld harlielnr iipnrltiietiti' hiiiI choru girls I J Modern City Home - - - AT - - - Accounts Takt Only a how Minutes Each Oay. I At the end of tho Itionth Jor at the? rnd of the jenr the total ex ' Iendlture s may be oiilckly added up. j In ordfr, Ijow?jr to ffyow Jho UtnN for raclt kind of Via Tt Vlll I tie ' esuary to make up n monthly ouuV I mary. In which the Item will h dl In by different column I trlhutrd rlaaes. Till extra work at the end 'of each mouth (or nt the end of the nml )ear) may raue ' neglect of clalrtcatloti, with the re iHiilt that the Kreiilet shm thnt could ' he derived from the record Is not re ' 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 hath rooms and kitchen sink, Furnance heat, Electric lights, concealed, a dandy 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 good 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. lf nllied. Under the milio.1. in add! I Hon to lielnc entered nil tosether In I one column, tho Item are clallled In n'pnrate coluitiD. Thl method hit the name nuvantnses n the ilrt itieth mid the ddltlounl iidvntilnfi' of i cl j nllowltif for the ilMrllnitlon of Item of exptndlture in the pricier utthout the liunliteiileiiiv of tunilli to Mime other piue The ilMrltilltlon may In1 left to motnent of lelure If the hotiseulfe I liiy ut the time the entry U inmle. When the :ico I tilled the next pilKO I liecun, the top line next to the liciulliik' Udiu: for the total cnrrli! forwiird from thu. tiretvillm: tace. The Hem lime lie totaled nt the end of the month mid ; tlie jotnU carried to the timtmir) pneo nt the end of the hook. Kind of Account Book to Um. The kind of to iiv I not it portnut. An ordinary hliink iIiijImmiV , or ledger hook Uh n HIT cover mil) ! Itoucht ut n renconnhle price If ' I lot vertlcnl rulings In the hook do not erxe tho purpoo other lu.iy he In cried with n ieu or A hliink hooW, with a MliT, p.iper coer 1" IllcheM hiti) unil 7 Inijie wide, with 'II Mmce for Item and eontnlnliic Is excellent fur the purine nud 1'HKe. ell ut retail for J.'S cent With er ttcnl ruling and heading IiivtIihI It ere the purpoo iidmlnihly In or iler tit ellmlmite the nece.y nf writ llii: Hit) homllm: on ench p.ue the topa of a nuuiher of pugo tuny he cut "IT, hIIokIiii; one et nf heiollni; to nervo for all pHKe. Account nro douietlme kept In u hook hnvliik' Htnall pm;e. hut it muall pacn Is kooii Illliil. often cnm dill, mid the Information I .ctittered over too many for contenlence In recordlm; nml atudylni; the expenditure. clae I reerel during the winter, the specialit .ay. If tin- - net., roots and equipment are placed off the tloor all available Hpact: there can be ued for scratcharrangement ing purpose. Tin necesttntes n dropping board under the rootH which keep the straw litter clear. The board should be two and one-hato three feet from the tloor and extend at least 10 inches beyond the edge of the first roost. If the roost. are placed ot. a lovel n trouble will be experienced in keep- ing the bird evenly distributed over inches of roosting space i. sufficient them during the night. Ten to 12 for birds of the heavier breed while eigth inches i jiufficient for Leghorns . Serviceable and inexpensive nests can be made out of orange or lcm on crates by placing them on one mde ami nailing a four-incstrip n In ng the front to hold the straw in the nest. If this type of nest is used a framework should be built along the wall to hold the boxes in place, A large or hopper is es sential when dry mash is fed. If this is placed about one foot off the tloor straw and dirt can be kept out of it easily. The water vessel also should be out of the way of dirt and may be placed on nplatform built about one foot above the tloor. Farmer. wh wili special help with their poultry housing problems may obtain information from the Kxperi-incu- t Station. Lexington, K lf h self-feed- lik ARMS ?fBVBTaE'C3BflSBal3l--TrtBBBTalBaaaaaaaaaaBatH . 1 , prel corner to (leorgu Spoonatnore and Noah .Marsee; thence with Mar-M-- e and with middle of Harris Lane, S. 78, W, 0.52 chnins to a point in middle of I.. & N. It. It. track and middle of lane and corner to Pope' other land: thence with middle of said It. It., and with Pope. S. 77, E. 1.03 chains to a point 11 feet North of middle, S 54t. K. crossing track twice ti.Sl chain to u point 8 feet South of North right of way line, S. 3:tV. K. 11.00 chains to a point about 10 feet South of middle of track. S. 44?, K. 11.80 chains to a point 5 feet South of middle of track and in line to Pope's other land and a new corner to Iiettie R. Henry; thence a new line to Uettie R. Henry. N. 304, K. patting E. gate post of a gute in the North right of way line at .53 chains in all 8.97 chain to a fvnee post h a ridge North 37 H , point In line to E. 17.84 chains to Witt. Burnett and a hew corner said Henry; thence with Burnett, N. 20, W. 3.95 chains to a point 4H links Southwest to a forked elm bush on East side of Harris branch, in line to John Conn nnd corner to said Burnett (a marked honey locust standing in fence, on East side of branch bears N. 484, E. 2.08); thence up Harris branch with said Conn. stf4, V. 1.1? chains Jo middle of cast oi stone pillar utanding in branch nnd ten feet West of white oak stump, S. 39 U. W. 0 chains to a point online stone ledge nt N. W edge of bars, W. 4.80 chains to a point Southwest of a mnrked mulberry nnd 30 link S. 72, E from a large elm standing on East side of Harris Lane, corner to .aid Conn; thence N. 84 4, W. fall-in- g into middle and with said lane at 15 chain in all 18.34 chain to the beginning, containing 40.71 acre and deducting the amount in It. It. leaves the net area of 45 acres. Being the same land conveyed to W. E. Whittaker and Annie Lee Whittaker. by W. I., Lawson and wif by deed dated Jan. unry 1. 1321, recorded in Deed Dook No. 41, page 100, (Inrrard County Clerk' Office. Sai.l assignee and trustee, I,, G. I)avidon, will offer said land first in eparate parcels or tracts and then at n whole, and the bid or bids realizing the most money he will accept, and privilege is reserved to relerl Hit V and all bids, if said assieneo d..m e 52, right-of-wa- y best. The nurnote of thi. .il.- - I t.. tie the assigned estate of W. Whittaker. TERMS. ... E. ' We ' mcMurtxlWOoJd, If quality was Rnvn be pricrkM" tteOoiCTBattrfy M jjj rarmerV llulletlu No. tm, I'arm Haselden Bros. Accounts," ebes full directions ftiT ktvpliii; kurh accounts, uud In It are to he found sutnple pages of different methods In use with tlcaUiwa of exeiidHure.. This may In. had without cost, hy application to tho Department of Agriculture. Washtiic-ton- . C. lloUM'Jiuld all make of Rcharqtf antl Repair Dttcrlcs rlal CONN d I. CONN ftaMlaTfeattaaVlk aatssssstl at j aarrice-U- t Nightgown bottom raaka iwttlcotta. The sale will be made on a r..r.llt of six and twelve months, and the purchaser or purchasers will be required to execute bonds with unnrnv. ed security for one-hathe purchaso price payable to said I (J. Davidson, as assignee, and bearinjr six per cent interest from date until until .1 ii. in aisc and twelve months respectively, no oonus tor tr.e other half of tho purchase price paab!e to himielf .fKt'Jtt f hittaker, and trustee of Annie Lee and benrmg tiv cr cent Interest from dnte until pa.d, duo in six nnd twelve months respectively, havinjr the force and effect of n Judg. mer.t upm which e.ecu:Mii inav is sue, and n ien will be resrned upon the property toi until the purchase money is paid. L. G. Davidson, Assignee of W. E. Whittaker. Trustc and Agent of Annte Lee WhKUksr. L. L. Walker, Attorney for L. O. DavicJaoa. Aatiyaee tt Trustee. lf Th Central Record. Lancaster. Ky.. Thursday Oct 20. 1921, (special priceI II A few high gride Battles on hand. Cone and get yours before they are gone. Old Hickory Wagons at less than factory pricei. Now la the time to bay. CONN BEOS. "Live and Let Live Folks 3t Isseee' Weekly. mately n million member of the "invisible empire" in the United States, nntl that represents a million votes at election time. And nobody knows who the rank and (lie are. The great majority of the people in this country belong to neither faction. They are doing little tnlking, but much i lie II tmuiKing. some tiay mey, too, will be heard at the ballot. It disturbs our dear senators and congressmen to realize that they don't know which way these thinkers will jump or L vote. Really, it is very trying to politicians. It's enough to make an ordinary congressman wriggle and squirm. Even a dignified senator is justified in feeling peeved. Poor devils! No doubt they sympathize with each other. But who wouldn't? s a a Better Streets Make Happier Homes zen that we expect to hear from him on any subject of any importance. We would be more or less nonplussed if he did not come to the front. But it is the action of the quiet and retiring clement that adds impetus and puts real life into a movement for civic improvement. They may not assume to lie leaders, but when they get behind and push the H weight is so jrrcat is no such thing as a premature halt. jfl Little wavelets lapping upon aaa the seashore always precede the great tidal wave that sweeps everything before it. j It is so in community life. In each community there are a few who are always prompt-- j ly active in every good move ment. They are the little' waves that never rest .that are ever creeping upon the beach, advancing and receding, inces santly on the move until they create the grent wave of public sentiment that moves irresistibly on to victory and achieve-men- I I WE SELL BETTER GROCERIES AT LOWER PRICES. 1 I I I I I BBJ I I Housewives are wise. They make the rounds of the stores in order to locate the one that sells the best groceries at the lowest prices. mm H H H .lust note our large list of steady customers. ,...:.. i.. i .....i mn-- r ill' .v i. iiiiu mum- ,iin: iimiiiiip iiuu iuv i.,.t, iitiiu. that tell you the whole story? - mm II TOO GOOD TO HISS. We want to emphasize the quality of our meats. is no chance to spoil a good meal when serv- - our meats. H H H t. JiJIl rlFF tl.M Year. IE 3cO The Central Record Payable la Aavaace. J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. R. L .ELKIN', Local Editor and Mgr. entered at the Foit Office in LanMail caster, Ky.. at Second-Clas- s Matter. Toman AiKrtiina Reset ASSOCIATION THE AMERICAN Uculff, K., Octitcr 20, 1921 Rata For Political AaaoaaceaseeU. For Precinct and City Office. .f 6.00 10.00 For County Offices For State and District Offices. .16.00 .10 For Calls, per line .10 For Cards, per line For all publications in the Interest of individuals or expres-sio- n of individual views, per line Obituaries, per line .. .. 10 .01 DEMOCRATIC J. TICKET For Stata Seaator E. ROBINSON CHARLES For Circuit Judf A. HARDIN Commonwealth's Attoraojr EMMET V. TURYEAR For Represeatative ROBERT II. TOMLINSON. For County Judge JR. J. C.WILLIAMS For County Attorney GREEN CLAY WALKER For Circuit Clerk JAMES B. WOODS, JR. For Sheriff DAVE SANDERS little about tavation of which we are having an ungodly amount. Subsidizing the shipping interests would mean millions more than in taxes, and the people would have the privilege of groaning louder and harder when the time comes to pay. But groaning comes natural to us, we do so much of it that if con is wholly unnecessary gress and the government and its departments were managed and conducted upon sound business principles, minus the usual amount of political pie. Unquestionably a merchant marine would be a good thing, and it will come along in time but this is not the time. Let's wait until we have passed safely through our reconstruction period and are sure of our footing, and have gotten rid of some of the nioun tain of debt under which we are staggering Of course he shipping interests don't want this delay. They want government coin instead. It makes them richer and others poorer. But if our shipping friends can't exist without a full hand in the public treasury there arc six feet of ground waiting for each one of them. Let'em hop in. Later, pcrhrps, we might favor a properly subsidized merchant marine, but not now decidedly not now. nations of the earth disarm ns a result of the Washington conference? They) Will the will not. Will they make any materi- It is too late in the season It is the muss of quiet citi- Lancaster have demoriftratrd to you that you take them the Mine now to tmnk or permanent zens who constitute the hulk that thry want to mm- ihi rail a' nk way Wo would nlo like to suggest street improvements this year, of that public .icntiment. It great team thl year the tamo in to the official of the game, (and r but is is not too late to con is the citizen who possibly Clyde Holtxclaw load liti team to vie-- appreciate that you have u very un tinue the value of such action thinks that hu own individual tory Iut ynr. but, you cannot do It appreciative Job) that you keep tho crowd off the field nnl do not let next spring. opinion has but little influence lhal th,.y muit anl g0 t0 ,fhooli them interfere with the game. Now When we mention new side upon community life. It is the have their tudie up and thin act liijrh school studrnU, Iet' not looce walks or improved streets the one who acts after others have ItKt- gentlemen while in school and a single game from thi date and average tax payer begins to talked. JWl' ,'ar'' IrHct that your team can never let what happened in the game h" cn,I, of ,Vtr" ,,nm thi,t Friday occur again, that ii some of You', therefore, are one o(,tn figure what the cost will be to you play thl renson. the boys not being elrgiblr to play. mm individually, mat ac- the number who make this, t,' u ;uui vuatn ii'ji"! jvm counts for the prompt action to wn The only explanation of Tanlac'a thi' fans, and yourself to of many people. You are expected to aid in make thin tram and the parent of great turcrss ii TanlHc's true worth. Stormr Drug .Store But let us consider another making it even a better town. thr" hoy should feel proud of their (It.) line of thought, 'on hn th," lh,'one single ,h,,m You can do it. if you will. Notice. 'form that represent I H. J,. line which ought to turn every Com- the Chamber of you mn. rt.,t ,.,ur,.,, lJiat tht!). To the officer and memWrs of caim opponent into a staunch advo- merce should be your Step. nr,. making their grades and are Franklin Lodge No. 7, I. O. 0. V. cate of street improvement. elegible to play the great fall game. Business of importance to be Are you married? If so, Thr K,'for,, hM" "U"' ",n h" transacted Monday night, Oct. 24th. Mayors, banker, lawyer, promin wiU ntlnur to Every' member la urged to be preswhy did you marry? ent government, state and county himl lh, l,0's lh'that are ent. Because you found "the one officials, prominent bu.ines and pro. 'Io fr,,,n,i," on our l,"rt w mcerely JOHN W WOOD, Sec'y. girl in the world." At the al- - fessional men and Ministers of the' havi' t ntinv T"nlc- tar you promised to love. ish ami protect her through ! i - n nt - cher-!?;M!- ", Deputies, Aihby Arnold, H. D. Lee. For County Clerk MISS FANNIE DOWPEN For Jailer DAVID ROSS t For MaiUtrate J. H. CLARK R. L. DARKER REPUBLICAN TICKET For Magistrate NOAH MAltSEE. JR. al reduction it their armaments? We doubt it. If the principal Christian nations were to disarm, would the yellow and the brown They races do likewise? would not. It would be a case of unarmed Christianity against armed paganism. You know about what would happen. And yet we hope some, good may come from that confab. When a senator or a congressman sits on a pin he does He not feel comfortable. wants to bob up in haste. Kukluxism is worse than a pin to some of them. They don't know whether to get up and be heard or stay down and be tortured. The enemies to the klau are seeking investigation with the purpose of busting up the organization, while the friends of the klunsmcn arc beginning to demand that the secret organizations of their enemies be also investigated. There are said to be approxi As The Editor Sees It. hut we've had it before. "America .hould have a great merchant marine," eay the inspired writers. "Our goods should he carried to for eign countries in our own ships' they contend. But how is this to be brought about? Simple, very simple subs! dizo the shipping interests. That's the way the inspired put it, and it's the way the un inspired don't want it just now. We 'don't know much about hipping, but we do know a Here it is again life. HIGH SCHOOL unpaved or The mud dirty streets is tracked into DEFEATED your home and smeared over the floors. This doesn't worry Capt. Cox Back In The' you very much, because you Game. don't have to mop up those Lancaster High School went down' floors. But the wife does do the cleaning or most of them Mn defeat nt the hands of the' Friday after . do. It means extra work for N'oUaville team InU ... i noon on ttie local gridiron ny me her much exra work this score of 7 to 0. This game was constant sweeping and scrub- without question one of the hardest bing in order to keep the floors fought foot ball games ever played on the local ground anil is the first presentable each day. suffer-Is this protecting "the one time thnt the High School has years.J ed a defeat at homo in two girl in the world?" Cnpt. Cox was back in the lineup If it were not for the con- much to the gratification of the many stant stream of mud being admirers of the game and played a tracked into the house each good game considering that ho ha suffering out for day in rainy weather she would been un injury two weeksin the Rich, received with be relieved of much of the mom! game. work that gives her "that tired Nicholasville hat a good strong feeling" and takes the roses tenm and showed that they had good from her cheeks. And if the coaching and played a good strong ball, the one play that they streets were paved an kept game ofshift and run their plays thru had the clean they would be free from what is called an off tacklewas n the mud that causes so many credit to n college team, the score, weary hours of toil. would have been different, to any the The winter months will give least it would have been a tic game the Lancaster High School had plenty of time for thinking this hail regular line up, us three of her her matter over from the stand- best line plnyers were not elegible point of the woman who makes tu play in this game. The visitor having Capt. Cox team outweighted your home life what it is. It will give you an opportun- the subs that he was compelled tu weakenity to do your part toward use under the circumstance cent. fd his tenm at least 40 per making her life better than Nlcholasville made her touchdown what it is. quarter with line in the econd There arc more important plunge. Following Is the line up for the things to be considered than up of dollars High School tenmforFriday's game: the mere piling Bratton, C; Elliott and Cox, and cents. Guards; Moore, Aldridgu und The wife is the most imTackles; Lawson and Sanders portant of all. ends, with Anderson, Cochran, Cox, f.-o- See Our Goods, Cet Our Prices be coavliced that we handle the BEST GOODS at the LOWEST PRICE :i lb. "Kumfort" Batting .85 eta. each Outings .15 to 20 eta per yd. Ladies Lisle finish Hose 25 cts. pair aMd ... . Naptha Soap Grandmas Naptha Soap Best Chum Salmon Best rink Salmon Fancy Bed Salmon Gallon Calif. J'cachcs Granulated Sugar V. & G. 1 Lenox Soap . I'u re Lard Per Can S6.50 lb. Butternut Breatl 9 eta. Sugar Corn Per Can 10 eta. We will pay you the highest market price IN CASH for your eggs, poultry, etc. Telephone :!. 3 cakea 10 eta. .7 eta. 7 eta. 10 eta. Can 15 eta. Can 25 eta. Can 75 cts Can 100 Lb. $6.70 A. Ii. Bastin,& Co. You will want n bottle of the wonderful Tunlac remedy. You can get it from Storme.t Drug Store. CAMPBELL STREET. NEAR DEPOT Cephus Blanks Dies. Cephus lllanks, long a colored resident of Lancaster died at his (It.) home last Saturday of dropsy. Many ago he lost an arm, but while year Even the wisest of men are ignor- thus handicapped, he wa a faithful nnt of their own folly. hand and leaves many who are sorry I of hi death. Uurial took place here Monday morning, "' There will be a pie supper at I The baldheaded man in not always Mason school houne Saturday night, to be pitted. Perhaps his head is Oct. 22ud, Everybody cordially in- so full of brnlnit there is no room.vited to come. The girl bring pic left for hair to germinate, nnd the boys pocket books. I Pie Supper Cas-tinea- u, Who Makes This Town? It isn't any one man, or any half dozen, or dozen. It is every person in the town, as well as those who make a practice of coming to the town. We have citizens who are so modest and retiring that they imagine their influence is of no value, or has no weight that it makes no difference to the town what they do or do not do. They are mistaken. We have become so accustomed to the progressive citi- - (Capt.) W. Robinson and Crutchfleld looking lifter the backficld. Time of Quarters Id und 12 Vi Minutes. Umpire Dr. Pearson. Hcfrce Miller. Linesman Wllmot Head and Jones. That Foot Ball Caase. The Lancaster High School Foot Ball team played a wonder game last Friday afternoon even if she was defeated, but, had thclocul luds had their regular lineup and had all the beys jsade their studies so that tho captain of the team ceuld have picked hit regular eleven we dare say that the game would have ended with victory for L. H. 8. Captala Cox, Um feet kail fas af Wonderful Bargain Meas Ralacoats, ' Rather back cloth, bell all arouad, a saapajr coat tfuaraateed Water Proof, set it only $4.50 SANDERS VARIETY CASH STORE Hew UcatleaLexlaltOB Street. TrU Central Record. Lancattai, Ky., Thursday, Oct 20 1921 THE NEW STORE GROCERIES, FRUITS, CANINES MIm Sue Shelby Maon wn n in Lexington Tuesday. Mr. F. ft I. Frisblr ha been few days at homo thin week. Ml Jut received I.lttlp who I heavy wear for winter Marjory McWhorter, re- ill with scarlet fever is ported better. Mrs. Fay Reicheldelfer nnd haby, of Ohio, hnve been tin- - guest of Mr, nml Mn, Hoy Schooler. Mr. nml Mm. It, Zimmer left Tue-ilnfor MIthawnkn, Intl., when they will remain for ri few week. y SWEATERS, UNDERWEAR, HOSIERY Mem Work Skoea at right prlcei. At C. ii fir E1TG-LV. Price B Taibriaf C. "Sue Ike Meftace." Mr. Frank Pierre 01 some nice order. Dan is some hut , E. W, Perkln- Mrs. Martin nnd handsome little W. C Sanler, If he is mn. llryantsville phone. son, of Stanford, are curst of Miss-- e ders, Lancaster, with the Louisville Mamie nnd F.thel Walter, on LexRATES. Mm F. I' Frisbie left Wednesday Furnishing Good Company, Louisfor Mnyfleld where she will nttend ington avenue. ville, was working Woodford, LOST: llctwecn Lancaster and Single intertlons le word the I'resbyterian Missionary ConvenStanford, a drawer from an old fashnnd llou'bon counties last week Mr. nnd Mrs. D. Gulley. Mr. nnd No ad taken for less than 'JOc Am tattrstlisl I. SyTlssM Map t tion Mr Sanioned bureau. A reward for its reMr. Coleman (lulley were visitor and had a nice hutir-e.- . in this column. No ads in this turn or Information left at this ofof Mr. ami Mr. Ike Dunn in Lex- der says he is going to join the Mi.se I.uln Stttton, Stella and column charged. Blue Grass Council, Decebemr l"th,J fice. ington Tuesday. l.illle Mue Venkey spent the weekwhen they hnve their big round Seven intertlons for the Mn, Have Sander was n visitor in end with Mr. Susie Adams in Mr. Lon llourne, Nannie Lnverni' up. A full line of Field Seed, Wheat j J tie fiiowing men were reg Danville last week. price of five. j llourne and MIm Agne and Rye. Tile Fire lirick, Clay and I'ollard pent s,,.r,.( Mlt m. Kengnrlnn Hotel, Lan-- I be paid t'hone orders must week-enHon. Clay Kauffman, of Covington in Kichmond. the guest raster. In.t Wednesday: H. F. Lynch.! Common lirick, Cement, Hock anil Mr. William Klnnnird, revenue the promptly. nt home. ( Sand pent the week-enof Mr. Joe Kelley. Right Prices. Dave Knohle, J. H. Parker, Dan H. ngent. is spending several day with) (SARRARD MILLING CO. Misses Jane nml Mary Doty were his parents, Dr. and Mrs. J. II. Kin-Mis Knchel Henry and ister, Mr. Dyke. II. K. Werner. W E. Itrad-- ! MKmK.KxwxOrmxVMKTiXIUmHam hnw, It. - Goucher. K. L. Wood,' rintrd. visitor in Danville Saturday. II. D. Rower nre spending n few FOK SALE iro hale No II. V. Coga? and George II. Herrv . ...i J. W. Sandei. Mr. J. M. Kalian!, of Danville. days with their brother, Mr. It. E. t.evini.tnn HernM W. T. Went, of Howling Green, Mr. l'orch furniture ,lawn awing, large . . ... . i it. spending the week with her par-..- - Henry and Mr. Henry. .MnrKtiiury, ivy tide board, one large walnut wardut home. pent the week-en. . 1 The reception Thursday aftemoon Ilert Soper, who has been spending .ir ami .nit i.oyii iiourne anil Pay your tax now and get a robe for Nile. Ml Elira Ison, of llryantsville, family. Mrs. U. D. Simpson. several years in ("olorndo ha re- nt the Woman' Club to greet new souvenir. J. A. llratton. wn a l.nnrjutrr visitor Saturday. 10.20-2t.-pmember was n City Tnv Collector. Mr. Ilettie Miller, who hn been turned to Kentucky where he will was the opening brilliant iitTnir and for the season of the Mr. F. H. Markshury U thu guest visiting her brother, Mr. Tink Amler-son- , remain for a few months. I am now ready to tnck your comclub. The room were decorated In Stove pipes nnd elbow , 10 eta. of Mr. C. C. Hrown in Louisville. hat rrturned to her home in Parker Gregory, of Henderson, ,nhIn,. whi. nn, m, FOfnWi forts and will appre'iatc your work. jt., coat hods, shovel.), stove hoards, Lexington. ville. motored from that city here ' wife and baby Or. Jack Cam-)'- , vln,., of honeysuckle banked on Mist lena Hrirht. cook pokers, second-hanheater, week He is looking fine andjtu. mantI).s. have been recent vititor In Danville. jRhtn, aml Mr and Mrs, W. H. Oulley and last cheap; Mailable range, buggy harSimpson sister farm FOR RUNT: hi. friends gave him n hearty wel- - rlianl-lirs with red shades added to ness and breeching, broom and ice ient part .Mr. Harry Tomlinson hn return- - sin, Frank, of Kichmond, by A J. Rice. Phone 47A. The guest. were wel- - for rent ) the effect cost, second hand cream of Inst Hvk with Mr. ami Mr. W com,' (J0-l-3- r id from a business trip in Dakota. Hrvnntsville, Ky. wagon, freezer at Double Cultipacker. cheap. Mlt HorteniH Lewis, of Creens- - corned by Mln Alberta Anderson, j.M. Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Itaymond Husrlden A lot of good home J. R. MOUNT & CO. FOR SALK: burg, nnd nf ' ,n h' receiving line were Mr. It. Mr. K. I. Owsley. Mr. Horn Paint Lick, Mr. Kdwin Wnlker.with,Kt McltoberU, president; and Mr grown, ymrling heifer nnd steers. have been lecent visiter in spent the week-enMason, Mrs. W. It. Conk and j Dunn FOR SALE OR RENT: Garage Mr. (ieorge Swinebro.nl nt his home! v- - M Klliott, vice pntident. Sand-o- n Phone 53. 17 or J2. Mr Itahinsen Csok were visiter in vviches nnd coffee were served nnd W. S. Carrier. on Public Square. Possession given Danville road. Mr. and Mr. Kobert Yater were LesiHgtnH Tuesday ' the table was decked with a basket January 1st., 1022. Address In Stanford Saturday vi'itlng Mrt. J. K. Stormes, Kighth District j of red nnd white cosmos nnd white STRAYED Alllc Arnold, Mr. Lt5. C iiFil, f Covernor if Woman Club, wn in candle in crystal candlesticks. A year old pup, OR STOLEN: A fixhnlf Collie and ShcpColorado Springs, Colo. Va Louisville ami Mr. Allen, of Care of School for the Deaf. Mr. Martha Price FrUbie has re-- j Djnville, were guest Wednesday of Lexington Tuesday, where she at-- j feature of the afternoon was the de- - herd. Iteturn to Dorri Koe Joseph tended the full meeting of the Hoard HKhtfuI music consisting of piano at Joseph's Store, turned from a visit to relative in Mr. K. I.. Owley. " of Director of the State Federation tiiere bv Mr, rlinton llastin and' I Danville. H)K SALE: Pure bred Rhode Itev. . S. Hudn,J. W. Sweeney. of Woman'. Clubs held at the Phoe tongs by Mr. William Carson, Mis' Mr. I). T. Layton is visiting her J. M. Knrrn, W. Itoss llastin, A. D. nix Hotel. Call Phone Wylie, and Mr. Greiifel, which gave Wand Red Cockerels. titter, Mrs Myrtle Hopper Brewer J0vph and W. O Itigney are in Julian Elliott. Please call at Holtzclaw's store great pleasure to the guest.. There 220. Prof. Paul lloyd spent the week- ! In LeUnon. Louisville for the grand lodge meet, and list your property. nlinnt uvi.ntl-.nvnr....nt end in Louisville with his little II. C. Hamilton, City Assessor. thi" Among the new members received daughter, Artie Hill, who had Mr. Ceorge Swinebroad, of Centre I ii FOR SALE: Some fancy Hrown into the club were Mr. John Gill few! ha been spending a r xurgicnl operation in the hosMp WooJ urnM((1 M Leghorn Cockerels. Ww.y pital there The many friend of Kinnaird. Mr. G. A. Abbott, Mrs. W. ,U" al hu,i,e' C. J. Ray. Lancaster. R. 3. We need several good men to tell j Dickerson. Mr. and Mr. W. O. !!ig- A. Dickerson, Mr. J. C. William,, the little girl nre hoping for a speedy Singer sewing machine nnd collect few day in '" 'pending Mm. Will Caron, Mr. Mr. W. A. Farnau ha. returned Flniigher, recovery. Good opportunities for on account Mrs. Coleman from a visit to her sitter, Mr. Hank I Luiville attending the Masonic Gulley, Mr. Gus A few choice S. C. advancement. For full pnrticulnrs, Convention Hudson, in Danville. Mr. J. E. Stormes, chairman of Dunn. Mr. Harry Anderson, Mrs. R. FOR SALE: Phone JO J. I. Red Cockerel. address the District of the Woman clubs, J. W. Palmir, Mr. L. G. Davidson, Mrs. E. W. Perkins, llryantsville. Mr and Mrs. Will ljine and Mrs. It Mrs. J. K. Itobinton hat returned, Sincer Sewing Machine Co., .E McRoberts, Mrs. F. II. Mr. Lucy Ilallew, Mi Wylie. Mr.! from a visit to relatives in I.exing, laughter, Flonnle Mae and Snvanah Markhury and Miss Martha Gill nt- - Dave Thomas, Danville, Ky. Mr. M. S. Hatfield, j and little win, Klza and Miss Carrie tended the District Convention ton anil Winchester. of the Mls Ruth Carrier, Mis Ivn I.ee Five or ten FARM LOANS: shopping Sutton were in Danville Federated Woman's Clubs lit Smith, Mi Rernice Champ, Miss year loans on good land. renceburg Wednesday. Sallie Lou Myers. Mis .Mary Davis, vlllo visiting her brother, Mr. Homer S. T. and E. W. Handle, Mjjs Joyce Syler, Mis Christine SanRation und Mr. Hatton. 227 Wett Short. Lexington, Ky. The Mi.sionnry Society of the Mis Mary Lykins, the nttnetive church will give a silver daughter of Judge Lykins, of Lex der. Mis Eva We.tover, Mi.s Kntie1 MUs Helen Itobinton. Mr. and Mr. ,,a- - M,;n,la- - 'Vening. Oct. 31st, at ington, was married October I.MIi.. llnrne Dickerson, Mis Griffith, Mls-- , It. E. Henry, of Lexington, were j Ram SALE: Yearling FOR i7 :l u Hooli "J th' phuwh- - hwrV to Mr. Ilrnck Wallace, a prominent Mildred Henrley. Mits I.ucretia Skin-- j Lancaster visitors Sunday. tier. Mis llurchett. Miss Lizzie Het- -' Sired by Hampshire Ram and out of, i cordially invited. j body Fayette county farmer. They are nt tis, Mis Mis a South down Ewe Good individual j rr Mr. Harry Tomlinson ha return-- . present the guest of their uncle. Mr. Ada Rich,Amanda Anderson, Mis Margaret Sexton,' and will sell worth the money.); IF SO harshness in the fitting C Wkin. of the lloston Dan .4! from a visit to her parents, Mr. T. E. Cecil nnd Mr. Cecil, of thi . Ilit..h..u llkn... 1. 7 .1 ' A' Nnn. Hnghnm Hospital, it visiting hi par- .ir l 1. I Tnnlnn an, of hi shoes will make him and Mr. Walsh, in Ludlow. ; county. ; 4 ni!e Noland. out on Buckeye pike. Mr and Mrs. It. IElMn. They worse. Kindnest is the policy I enls. Mr. and Mr. Joe Turner nnd'uln retUrn with him to lloston next On Sunday, Oct. ICth, Mies Emwe pursue in the shoeing of daughter, Mis Ardella were vitltor ma nnd I.uln Smith entertained at all nnimal. srv for n f(,w wv,., ,tliv. FOR RENT: A desirable brick in Lexington the past week. We lepair a) kinds Machinery an elegant twelve o'clock dinner n reiidence, for fnmily or boarding Mr. John Anderson. Mr, ilettie few of their friends. Thote present Miss Maude Clark was the attrachouse. 12 rooms, heated by furnace, Miller and Mis Mary Miller, of were Misses Maude and Sallie Lou' A. H. VANHUSS tive guest Friday night nnd SaturMr. nnd Mr. Tnlton Embry Clark. Miss Margaret Johnson, Mis- HOUSe B.V ReCI splendid bathroom nnd close to pubday of Mine Gracio and Lucy Long Lar.custer. Ky lic Square. Apply: Wheeler, of Perryvllle, nttended the e Grade and Lucy Long, Mr. Wil-- 1 Hatelden Urothers. L1'OSS. funeral of Mr. Sallie Anderson lium Clurk nnd Robert Rny, Mr. and' Mr. nnd Mrs. Henley llas,ih and Mr. W. II. Griggs and children. ihildren, of Frankfort, spent . the Dally Saturday. Goavsip People About Rigncy, Mr Wood ' llurnslde and Mr. Wesley Dickerson I nre In I.ouivip for several day's. ' Mr W (I ''''nl', i.ouisvnie, tm" wrrK- nml son, Frank, nave iK'en visiting c''' nm' c"un'y It'ririK - Mr. and Mr. Frailer Hurt, who moved from Crab Orchard tn Milroy, Ind., nbout two year ago have left there nnd gone to Mount Olive, III,, where Mr. Hurt has bought nnd interest In n large flouring mill and hn been electeil president anil general manager They wrote hack that they nre well plensed with their new home ami business. Mr. Hurt i n member Mist of the Hluc Onus, Council. Hlllie Sander, general mnnnger n lintel, Lmcniter, say the is going to get n position on the mnd nnd Join the itlue Grnwi Council, Ht V. V. T , and want to be editor of Dnn H. Dykes, the Sum pie Cn Richmond, Arnold Hamilton nnd l.uvon's lilliputinn salesman wn In Ken-gnrln- 1' Watch Our Windows ASK FOR TICKETS WITH EACH CASH PURCHASE. THEV WILL BE WORTH SOME. THINK LATER ON. FRANCIS-SMIT- H Lnnrnster last Thurlny getting' FOR SALE: One nice Duroc Jcr-le- y Classified Column boar, thoroughbred. stay Fa-et- tv .) i J I d I 1 i i 1 ... d f d .; ' " Notice. J .) nn-otl- .) - "' ! l'ryt"rUn Is Your Horse g Nervous Ir 1ti-- I . .) SPECIAL PROGRAM . Lex-ingto- n, At Upei'U T,K: Cha''.u,r are to give ail nn nturtlfiA nn till il.iv IlieeilllK mvir annual .!.. Tuesday evening.entertainment next Oct. 2f.th at 7:.r v " " '"" wn extremely interesting. Miss at Roman's Opera House 1TV?"U'1 Elira l.on presiding. Mrs. Taylor T,h' Hl" C was invited to make an addre..! J.ephine Carm-nter- . of Stanford. ' !, K've five reels of in- . . Mrs. Will Une entertained at .i i, .m..m "- -" ". .. men receni vinor in iincas-- . ner nisi inuriiay ine iouuwihk was "Christian Citizenthip." A very teretting picture togeUier with tev- ter. Mr. Clay W!l, of El Pno, Texas.,' attractive plnylet wu another fen-- ! ora' muiIcf' """'bers, picture have been chosen MIm Helm Gill gave n tlx o'clock Mrt. Tom Wall, of Ohio, Mr. Will turt; of the program. While in Hry dinner Thursday nt her home on Lear. Mrs. Hen Kelley and Mrs. nnttvillo Mr. Taylor wn the guest witli a great deal of care that they may interest will Maple avenue in honor of Mrs. Jen-nl- e Margnret Line, of Lancaster A"jof Mr. Cunningham. Lexington be one pictureevery one.There chilI especially for West, of Tulsn, Oktnhoma. enjoyable day wa spent by nil. Herald. dren. Kentucky is the icene of the I Mr. nnd Mr. Jnme Thomas, of tecond. Special musical programs Hustonsville, Ky., celebrated their has been arranged nnd it is expected golden wedding anniversary Oct. thut a quartette from Danville will Hitli , and son, Robert K. Thomas, add to the evenings entertainment, reVbrate-- i 1m 37th. birihilx a'o. Tickets are on sale ut thu regular (Jet yours now for the houe io table Im ! fsr ''. enter piece .i price. ut glass, v.ite ofAulum i (lower. will be crowded. Mr. John McKve wn thi toast-mi ter. i nc t..nier i. t ihop with We've opeied Services courses nnd nil ciiJoveU the elegan 1! Inner. Thom who were preten Grove. were Mr. and Mr. John McKee, of Dnnviile, Mr. and Mr. Charlie Iho There will be special days in tho mat and n tractive daughter, Miss Sunday Schools at Pleasant (irovo on Mary Louise, Mr. und Mrs. McClil tho 4th. and Cth. Sundays of Oclian Thomas, all of Lexington, Mr, tober. The Bryantsville Methodist and Mrs. Jen Thomas and daughter, Sunday School will meet with ua on THAT YOU CAN IAT. Mint Allene nnd son, Muster Robert, the morning of the 30th., and Bro. Mrs. Funnie Daily and threo inter- Jonet, their minister will prcuch at a hurry. We tfcllV0r-Yo- M Jet II esting chile ren, Jamcn, Jack and tho morning service. For tho even ning service the Pleasant Grove peoFrancis Get evla, Mr. und Mr. Thomas and sons, Henry Kin- ple, will meet with them at llryontt. ville und Rro. Holder will preach. Ivlnn, Mr. Johnie naird and and fr. Jetsio Carrier, all of Then throughout the week and inijtBcsttcr; !r. Alvin Mullins, and cluding Sept. 6lh. there, will be a Mrs. Marth Roberts, of brief revival meeting, the preaching being done by the regular minister. Mr. Dave Rust, Mrs. Pearl Gulley, Miet Iota Hrown and Ella Mne Miss Helen Gulley, MiJr . Christine Itjivst .finitiTv. Mr nml ourne were tne week-en.- l guest oi nnilsr. ; -Miss I.ou Ella Doelin nt llryantsville. . ner Sunday ut the home of Mr. and Miss Marjory llallou and .Miss Mrs. Hugh Gaily, in Richmond. din-L.u,- week-en- d with I.ancntter ..... relative. Mrs. John C. Taylor ha returned! from Ilrvantsvllle where she attend, '""".can '" . r,n""r,L ""'y ' ' ' n....i ' T YOUR BUY WINTER J ON THE SQUARE Coal Now that the railroad declare they are going to strike Nov. 1st. over the whole of the United States, we advise the purchase of your winter supply of Coal NOW. We have a supply of GOOD Coal on hand. It is selling rapidly. Telephone No. 2(5. In view of the fact a, er-ei- Special At employees Meat U Pleasant Al-vl- Scott & Ruble Hudson & Farnau Agents for Ballards Obelisk Flour. Field Seeds, Feed and Building Material Gas-tlnc- rktat 20. Th Central Record, Lancaster. Ky.. Thursday, Oct 20. 92 1 1 THE REAL CHANCE OF YOUR LIFE. IK urn ME on A HONE TO FIT YOUR POCKETBOOK 150 Acres of Rich Land To be Sold at PUBLIC .AUCTION to the Highest Bidder the Premises Tuesday, Oct. 25th, BEGINNING PROMPTLY AT TEN O'CLOCK A. M. 5-10-15 '21 DESCRIPTION This tine farm lies on 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 of 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 month, by order of of Agriculture to show the value of of the nine used acid phosphate in world to receive a charter The post tion there this a number of different farm prac-- ( connection with the sowing of the held that the marshal wa eligible Postmaster General Hay. t'nable further to wintlies the suf. because he had commanded Amerinew variety. tices. '' can troops in action. A motion to fermg of her invalid husband, an ex Many Orave county Ileitis will be Practically every display made by Mrs. Madelyn LeglOn NCW make the (lencralisslmo's dues 11,000 service, man, country near Taylor, well protected from leaching and Henderson county firmer in n reLittle down, however. living in the centime was voted M. S. erosin duringthe coming winter a. a, T( doughboy. fed t cent exposition held at F.vansville, Another local Chamber of Com Kock, Ark., published in newspapers acreage of result of the increased unque M fo Ind.. was awarde! a premium, a merce which will not be in harmony an offer to sell herself Into servitude HATFIELD B,m" " .Nebraska state convention of the I with the national organization's fight to get hospital treatment for him from County Agent D. W. MarAmerica,, Legion at Fremont. Mill- ,t? included tin stat.- -. The exhibits DENTIST against adjusted compensation tor American Legion posts of Little I'ock More 00 II. 11 jfp Mf nhout tht. immediately brought Taylor to a hos. thoe in hogs, chickens and fruit. men is that of Auburn-dalOffic ovar Th Camrt! Bask. bushels of I o.en rye have been d.s-,- c . n,5, hau. ,ht. tmU FxSbits nade by junior ngricul- a suburb of Toledo, (). The pital and ordered treatment for him. Phonal Otic S. cover crops RasMoac) 37. to 'V tural club member, at the recent)'"""''" tniMlhuaused lor finrtiinl nra. ' pleasure of blithely disregarding the Chamber of Commerce there h They will foot the bills. ft its, I iriid tt'itli " LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. King Community Fair. Knox county.' red arm band, of one time authority. just been organized by member of A strung French heritage of the A ,, "d a .00 per cVnt in- - officer in Sam Hrown blet. and shiny nn Annririm I.i'L'ion Host. featured the display of farm pro.; Forma- - E. F. was responsible for a touching puttee, were conspicuous, but Pri lion duct,, according to rei.ort of Coun- - cr,,JV during the Oklahoma convenMil, in vift.il iiri(rii im vate passed them by. cigarette in j taken ofbythe commercial body uniler- sceneof the American Legion PinMore than l'I ..null the Legion men, they said, tion ,n t" held, of ()f ,,roKmtlon I gold medal for service on 11. 75 birds. M pig. 12 calves and 20 'riU,t .mo" as "part or our tiuty to tne ning C0U"ty ' answering for the old snappy salute. purely h" "wr b'n II. Fell, retiring state commander, entries of corn w,re dis.daved bv t,,,,th community " ! CI"1' Wooden hoe clattered over chbhle- Optometrist junior farmers. For the burial of one of their war Jame A Ifigrshani, Cleveland, heard Limestone I ercelving special at-- 1 to bring back memories of l.ee county farmers dead. American Legion men of shouts of "Kiss him. ki him" from French DANVILLE, - KENTUCKY. with rnunte Ai...nt T. II. June nn.l tontioM from Owen county farmer.. ;ii . villages andI to strengthen the Maihfield and North llend, Ore., 1,100 delegate present He did on . lt i. .. p..tiirt frnm fnllntl Ai.i.nl IImvIiII iiiusirauun. small nuy tin . ....... local business firms are making plans 'it ireei cur- - ousts were renui'ed to travel seven both cheeks. Opposite Gilcher Hotel. .More than .uu ,. Wounded in action and left perm,,,.ai,.,. "(Jiw me one cigarette ! miles in nn open boat and then hike for a corn and nou'try show to be P. Morris states. Offlcs Hours 8 to 12 aad 1 to I tumble-dowof thit material have been please." .Signs on held at lleattyville in November, ac- ton two miles with the casket over a anently maimed, John Hansen was 'Vin lllanc muddy job cording to reports from the county. cruhed in the county as a result of buildings advertised toad in a drenching rain. only able to do a Vin Itouge.. and others all but All roads were impassable for the found for him bv the American Leg A number of bank in that district a lime campaign while six farmers nr offeree" money for will cU'Uporati In comluctinK iloinon forgotten commodities of the French stage which is the sole means uf ion employment bureau at St. Paul, have already llat ktrfitiiini In ilwtii .... 1'ftltti in ttinfitft v..... countr-!,ide- . Hut the buddy behind him in Minn. premiums. travel. s crol' C IC. Haines, general manager of L'se of one of the Shipping Hoard's line had been nut of work five weeks So completely nveh Marion county FUNERAL DIRECTOR Carroll county farmer., are the American Legion Weekly since i wooden "war vessels" tied up at longer than he had, and Hansen sur replaced scrub sires with Office Over National Hank. . .i . his ones that there are only' ally eliminating the scrub breeding February, 11120, has submitted wnart lor more man a year as u rendered the position to lllm. Residence I'hone 3. Office Phone 2 President Harding was commended about five remaining scrubs In that animals from their farms, seven more resignation, effective November 12, home until permanent quarters ran to become vice president and hui- - be constructed Is being sought by fur calling the international conferLANCASTKU. KY. district, according to results of a re- - of them recently having been r stock ness manager of the Army and Navy ' Kiuner .onie post oi inc .vmcricau ence on limitation of armaments and survey made by County Agent rolled in the better The business and editoral ! Legion, Seattle, Wash. American delegates to the meeting II. J. Childtess. There are more movement by County Agent O. C. Journal. They have agreed to use policies of the Weekly were approved , To honor Marshal Foch and other were urged to u ery effort to than 80 nurc bred sires in the coun- - Houtt. ty at the present lime and plans are nothing but purebred animals in all. by a surveying committee which last distinguished visitors, a squadron of make disarniamnt a fact In resolu J week made a thorough investigation six mail airplanes will lly from Wash-- . tluns adopted by the Oklahoma tie being made to increase this number their breeding work. VETERINARIAN. Marion county farmers of the organization a national publi ington to Kansas City during the partment of the American Legion In replacing the remaining scrubs. alls Answ.rad Promptly Day or ! Daniel F. Steck, national American Legion national Laurel 'ounty farmers are show- - ng with County Agent II. J. Child-- 1 cation. conven state convention Nicht. I'l.on. 3t7. executive committeeman of Iowa, ing increased interest in winter cov- - res are making plans for a two-daKKNIUCKY. er crops to protect their fields during poultry show to be held Nov. 7 and, was chairman of the committee. In Af.tAsiU, thee oming months, according to a Stii. More than $140 in premiums! face of the Industrial depression, it already been offered by inter- - was shown, the magazine is making e report of County Agent F. II. son. number of them have e.ied banks and commercial concerns a profit and has virtually wiped out At least 200 bird 'a deficit incurred before the reor-o- f attended meeting in which the value In the county. Ncittiy every Hclf nuulc man in the United Iganixation of the Legion publishing such crops have been explained, are expected to be on exhibit. Stntua-- started in life at the bottom of the ladder by Members of the Washington Coun.' corporation In February, 120. increased acreage of rye anil An Construction of two national hard BEGINNING TO SAVK MONKY WI1KN YOUNG. vetch ) expected to be seeded onjty Poultry Association are making farm in the county, according to plans for one of the most successful surface highways, one from the At Year after year he added to hU savings. In time I years they have ever had, a report lantic to the Pacific and the other present estimators. hi opportunity came, und UK HAD TIIK NECESAgent It. M. Heath from the (!ulf of Mexico to Canada, As a result oJ a covet crop cam- -' from County SARY MONKY WITH WHICH TO SWING IT, beThey recently purchased 10 i urged upon the government in a In I.urue county by states. paign conducted cause he had SAVKD HIS SURPLUS. Colo. Hock chickens, in plan originating in Denver, County Agent J- W, Jones in co llarred Plymouth lasaraarelaa' operation with farmer of that sec. eluding six cockerels and four pul- The national organization of the American Legion has been asked to Sptctmclm and Eyt Clauti tiou 30 per cent more rye Is expect- lets, for $125. Ashland wheat, the pedigreed var- - endorse and support the proposition, ed to be sown in that county this Kryptok I !ety developed at the Kentucky Agri- - the originators pointing out that it fall than was sown last year. (jaaiMHa Mocat km) OF LANCASTER. J. M. Miller, W. W. Thornbury, cultural Experiment Station haa prov would give work to thousands of S. C. DENNY, Cukfer. men. C. K. liryant and W. M. Springer, ed popular with Marion county far-Marshal Foch ha been voted a Hoyd county farmers, have started mvra this fall, nine of them having CMfUl FOURTH md CHESTNUT, total of more than 127 member of George Washington post, demonstrations in with purchased RoH Bank according to a report uf the American Legion, Washington, County Agent L M. Amburgey and bushels, the extension divifion of the College County Agent H. J. Childress. F.ach I). C, the first Legion post In the The prudent man keeps his un He pleasant thoughts to himself. might get worse ones in return. Farm And Home News From Over Kentucky re-pr- 'American ' 4fe J.J.Byrne Exclusive " """ uA ,,,,,. e, " , - '"'"" . , ,,., ' - .. n house-cleanin- g J. A. Beozlev 'u,lU-farmer- gradu-purebr- I. ' en-ce- nt sires-bette- Or. Printus Walker y Wil-,hav- Money Makes Money J Southern Optical Company 'W1 I THE NATIONAL BANK $30,000. Honor Surtfus $30,000. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday. Oct 20, EGGS QUITE USEFUL FOOD FOR CHILDREN R. E. McROBERTS, Lancaster, Kentucky. If Overcooked "KiEE-fcTOFFED 1 92 1 STEAK LI K Elf It It Oood Eating and Poiiettr Ad. dltionil Advantagt of Ectridlng Small Amount. Stuffed ( teah l mtliiir and nildltlotntl inlvniitMi of " 1 BREO IN OLO KENTUCKY ON They Arc Likely to Cause Indigestion. cil MONEY TO LOAN on flood city properly. Pay beck on weekly Bt Wy People U'rrparrd of Strvlno Them for Young Arc Poached, Soft Dolled or Coddled They May Dt Scrambled for Chang. Hunt h) h lemtluc n iiihII Miii'Oiiit of t tiitlnnliif! reclH- fur tli! ! mnmi nihil hj the ftmH the 1'idliil Stnte Hepnrtn.ot - Tl e i re- ( Dixie Stock Farms SANDERS BROS. St AMON, 4lit f Hi e M Prop. rlenltnte: I ! wnl U rmnKf or monthly Installments. dig are jiiiint I'lhl'i-I r Htal r Awiu iilliit I t'mlrd llUI for ri-- rvptalx rtr , ii. o 11 r it t :tt1it Mluv twimk HOME ot Ceo i ii the EXTREME hj.k BIG TYPE nl I 1 1. The Lancaster Building & Loan ASSOCIATION. J. B. IIOHINSON, Itcoiporated. S. IIOI'I'Llt. Sec t. A Trei. tiildriii Tlie bief Hi preHirUil! Ilii'lii Hihi tin-- ui till t frxxl x lit in fur In- - clril-urc- Itleliil the rtee with tin Ibe .leali Hnlft tint. i i.lrr.-I'otlti- mil"! hut cooked fur luillgoilon. my fuiHl lHtltH In State lifpiittineiit tif Acrirnl-tor- lli b lire likely to iiitlo e in if tin' tlllUtnr 'ok wHh President -- Wm, tiutiM he wrapped in paper t.i pre the hand of the person mini: it The end should he initencd and then ruldted on thei farmer who wih lii riautt the button until It heroine tender, about greatest profit (rum their .attic a ill minute being the iimount nfl .lo well to dehorn them while they time necoary. A enb will later nrc catvc. according to suggestion form and drop otf leaving the head rcc'a-L.tmade by unlmal husbandry The velvet should be kept month nt tlir College of Agriculture. out of the rain for n feu- day at the Dehorned steer are worth aheut S(l rauitic dtaolve when it becomes wet crnti mon n hundred puunds a fced-rn- , and HUiy giv ireublo. will make more rapid gains In "The onslcat way (a remove horn the feed lot iinil loc le weight III from oliler animal I to u a et Dairy of large dehorning being shipped to the market or a aw. also are lean liable to injure The Mw i sumcUsnos preferable in cow one another when they have their raw the horn are brittle Mne thenr hum removed. Tin t the bct time ! m no danger of crushing them Care houkl be taken t fee Unit the Inf f the ynr to ilehorn oM cattle, renIt it preditions being most favorable after strument ineti m clean ferable to remove the horn rloe the first fro.t when llie have Calve may he dehorned enough to the hind to remove a urn II any time during the year, the rim: of Hair. Tns H the est trnie being when they are h limit one nlnro to cut tile horn and al the week old. rapidly and j beat Miice the head lienl "A stick of cuu.tic peUh t the no (tub are left. The animal head cnly thing needed ta remove the should be hold voire either m stock hrns from calve." Waybttid Ithswid. or held to n lrtK lar or pot with 'r ' extension spcla1it in beef rattle a liiw I r "e Aid " The hair should tw clipped bead ImnverfKilely after the opera completed it I well to rover from over the horn button and n tion frail nng of grease nibbed around the head where the horn were e Roll Pattry Lightly. mow. I with pine tar In cae uf ex- it about one half inch from the hoiibl le n.11. ! Uklitl) that I nustic t f the horn to prevent the i' Idee i.ng tHiinit- an. r pill out of It. the air innv no he uri--- .il fr m nnninir The tik of . ut . ernc! Iiori" and should tie uppiied " Dehorned Cattle Most Profitable ( -- ( tent it. burning one-hal- f s - hcr bst fi lem Hie lutil mie kiin itf MMiklHi; the esi. nnil It l iny l iiltliTliinil wilt Hie dti:ethe lllle mlsbt Imte illtlletill) In mli hard nltiiine a Hie wlilte ef a bntil iHitleil eiTB. Ilier k"l "IK II If Hl.i tliuticbt to lie liord to illcet lluweter when ejrs the bent y the Ji.-ll- . Hie tiHiheil ren. ie flit Millie befiire It ilee llie jiilk and there l MHre ilnlik'er of the white I'Hnc mercimkeil than of the nlk. The he WHJ of erlllC epe" for rblhlleti are -- niIiii. uft bnileil. nun or eiHii. ihoHKh he tint v bi hl.it tir a cbiiuce If ehe N nm fill lint In e.irrh llie fat utier li ueriiMk tl ttt. Mai taeU hMi' Iwen HIJeiel a way Unit In fni rNiUr)r I Ik.rfk will he txiiieil and the I llie wbltiM nllt Hut he MreiHhe4 f the imt tillfatir lby iimIiIIIiis. Allow a vihlrh . iliine a filHnr tipfnl of water te mull etr.. Iirlns th water h. the tiollltu- eiit, reunite It from the Ufe mt In th1 ev'K. etner fh tlMi iIhh'Ij, ami leine the 111 the water foi mIm.iiI eten minute iMe nneertallitt alwHIt till There l MeilaMl. for ecc Hffer In welKbt ami ahw In temperature nt the time the I'll the whole 4ils etmilnt . an he nieili ia.re tT'ti'Hilol iimi '!im1 ieiilt can he ol. than 'wher hot water over iirlii tnlnett l n3l. If I Ik nte iMh Ith the untie amount f water l mway- - uei, hat niul r. it e ter imn nile i:erj lrlt Ialmill inrl till' tf Itoll Hint tie In I'Mt in a with hewei par with emiwsb water to kie. frmti harti at 'ttlti Itif ami to" In the men I'olie uf iIm- - rim aii.i hrtiwi tite before ti mm ln ffuW the .ten. Thick, en the tiwk left in llie par. er cnity. r. If tw.'fornil, lunke tnibvhlual f'at a tliiii lnrh iiiaie of ti'k. place a lHhlv.nfn: t.f the dre;lllS Ih the enter, toll tl.. ftik ftionnil If and fatten 1'ln.e !t n A A n-p.tli wii n fti'le wi.'er a" the run"' "a,- - .'IN., i ink tery t. i tie i t n it n nt later f three Nrt ' "i "'"' r, li ba' ' fr i.r. We offer now fr.r mlc ten bit? type Poland bonr ns the nt firr' rr rricc. W'c are now bo x r tr rnle ra for fa I nj? either sex at narcmn pr.ces to be i tlairca at ten week old, cholera b A'l hn; hn-.iouble treated. Why ue a scru' boar .then eii can tret real honest to KH'Hint'M one nt n moderate price. For particular!!, inll f r write tet i i SANDERS BROS. OR JOHN M. AMON, LANCASTER, KY. POINT ' j -- LEAVELL. v Mi- - Kt.i kii 'T . Household Question? I'hue it liri'in on whin not In e It t noppiin; !at week. Mr Hiram Il.nmok hat .,.iAv Auntie Sarah Ilothwell, one of the ernl brief call in Lowell rifintiy. vinltinirj oldoft colored women of this county, : .Mr. Zibbie Ilothwell, died at her home in Flatwoods last 'friend and relative, nt 1'ant Lick.1 week. She wa one hundred unit I Col-- j Mr. Dudley (Jrevn, of Bere fifteen years old, and was liked by with home all. leeir. "pent the week-enj d tirei wa IU in Itlchmond .Sunday. We have learned that there will nn a new merchant in our town and all certainly welcome hira back. viitor L w. folks m-l- - .iii.il. end - Itefore i mllatflr put daiupeiieil newMTt amler raiHitter to rated ilnt. I . itv for celnlln in lo Till urotBirth 1,1" one .iHlire of felHllli lo n iunrt of ihImih. I'Mi rim he enbil enHy If put It.to li.Hllnr water for a minute hefnre 'llie iilln?. eci ' I I'leei of oilrlolh KI4e. on the let- torn of tin hroail hoto will i revi nt flM'iii fr.un ru-ll- na ... ... Herbert Mitchell, of Rarbort-vill- e, spent Saturday rilirht and Sun- day with hi parent.. Mr. Millard Peter, of Preacher?-- i wa visiting old fr'eml and j ville, irelatite here Sunday Tat. ' Mer. .1 V an I W. an I .ittle o' Willie Ver iT' .Mr. that ha noise The mysttriom caused much excitement on "Lover Lime" wns heard by one of our kooiI farmers and neighbor of the Kast-en- d a few niphts oro, he says: "I have nhvay believed the curat storie to be only a creative imagination, i..u I've chanced my mnd." ' Heat Your Bungalow, Cottage, or Flat with Hot Water CrIUr not necessary put in cny small home with- j I Ur . I'lr ewitlt alHHJ" fhre.ol M .tie he fort eultlni; the eutloti tioin 'he nb. Mil. I make the knot Ht tie 'N It" eiere.l etlil. I Wllell out disturbir.c present heat In,: with tl.c Mill i' nrr averments, until ready to e -- t AMERICANS CONSUME FEW FISH COMPARED WITH OTHER NATIONS Capital Surplui Honor 4 per cent I ( 1 i ns irtr IJLiCtALt $50,000.00 $60,000.00 Roll Bank. paid on time tie-poi- t. Call and ice tis. J Walker, Priildent 0 lticne, " i'i WJ X 1 - V hctt Ut luimi. IDEAL Attcta Rtjia-tp- r rknlrrt fee tmttl wvtlOUt . CilATf. Hot tirr hrjting at ufnptc wul c.ty at run ntr., .tore one arc liOUMt Tb K.tn tyttttn to AmnknRlitiln iionlnf room.. ever economic! hc.tinc plant tim(li.mt itintble. fXA'tikiaytoaodoutaUaooutlu drvutUfuu&aU building. ArCOla laUiaiUl'UUHCI a TheArcoUltpUeedlntl- - im room.ptilor.oekitchm Kmt.lteetMhmbyhot nt See one now on display in my window. P. B. WILLIAMS, Lancaster, Kentucky. t nan. p. Vice Premdcnt. A't. to the Preti lent Dav.dfon, Caihicr. (in , Autant Cailner Miller, Antant Cashier N,i n. IlamiUi n. Teller. ' CITIZENS I NATIONAL ANt AhThK BANK. i i rr CotiitT I'tililu Stnm mill Pnnvillf Stttt-- I HUCKEYK ltihmoitil Mr IJ W were truest of Mr. and Sanders last week. i (Jeorce Kurti ha been uk. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Kink' and family of llryantsviile were cuet Mr Howard Land i In lintard. (iayly and Uo-- boucht seven head of Dr. and Mr. Geo. Ilendren Sunday. of rattle from Hiram Itay. Mr. and Mr. Natl Hocie. Mr.J Mr. and Mr. Jo Hill and daughter v'sited Mr. Mack Ilocio Sun- Itiillou and Mrs. Aa. of I.aiic.nter, Mr. and .Mrs. Jese Hill visitml Floral day. Mr. Thump Davi beucht live LotiK recently. head of rattle Ir. Stanford at .Mi on l.uella Doolin, Lillian and cent per pound. Kinnin Pierce, of llrynnttville have Mr. Frank Pierce and on, Frank, been visitinc Mr. Walter Grow and Jr., uf Louiiville are visitinc Mr. and Mr. Curt Pierce. .Mr. Oscar Hay. Mr. Hiram It.iy. Mr. Nora TentMr. and .Mrs, Tnlbott Jenkins have er, .Mie. Sallle Lou Tenter and been vititinir Mr. and Mr. Walker Kthel Itay spent Wednesday in Crab Orchard with Mrs. L. I.. Sanders. Mradshavv at Danville. Mr. and Mrs. John Sander, Mr. Noel hnvoj Mr. and Mrs. Lett! been at the bedside of .Mr. Mark' and .Mr. Victor Sanders, of Lancaster, .Mr. Loan McCormirk, of Hocle, near Nlcholiuville. j spent Tuesday with Mr. Mr. Frank Foster and itcr, Mi, and Mrs. It. W. Sanders, Aila, spent Saturday and Sunday Dr. Itev. Price, of Louisville, with Mr. Allen Tenter. Pryor, of Uiehmond. Mr. and Mr. Mr and Mr. A. C. Miles, Mr. nnd W. P. Lone. Mr. T. (. Hill and Mi-- . Mrs. Hubert Carter itpetit .Monday in Francis Lone were entertained nt Nii'hoUtville and Lexington. the home of Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Mr. and Mr. W. II. Culley, of Itay Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Clay Hardin and children, were eucsts of Mrs. F.lira Several from here attended tre pie Hume and far"''' Sunday. Walter Hume and Mr. and Mr supper at Nina Friday nlht. , Willie Anderson and Mis Learn Kast visited Misses; Mr. and Mrs. daughter, Mr. and Mr.. Dee Ward j Mollie and Oru Oliver Friday. were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Ott Lone and children wer James Hume Sunday. truest. of .Mrs. J. M. Lone FViday. Some people talk much, think lit-tMr. Wilbert Looker and son. Car-- j lo visited Mrs. A. J. Oliver Friday. . and do lew. Mr. ami Mrs. Willie Lone and I Speak softly. A whisper sound baby spent Sunday with Mr. und Mr.l sweeter than a arowl. Ott Lone. In childhood w learn many things Mr. and .Mrs. Claud Oliver spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs which In maturity wo find It convenient to forget. Mote Casey. TEATERS VILLE. I ie The bwciier a Hh Being Caugnt Can tin tierved Alt It Will tie. tre More Arp't i.rg Mrs. Sidney Ilaker and daughter, week with her parents Mr and Mrs. J. M. Lone. .pent last Armistice day will soon be with us, and a few may think to remember it. What I the date? j ttir tM'eil t r Drolled F(h llroll oti - colt or llirllt tit Ak.il. uli'it. I under the gu ll.n.ie uut'l I n w s Miiu.t famllle .liinni: the war fatorlte way of preparing 'he iiuuler formed (he ltitt.lt of hating two or Hl .ml I li IMi of one to tn. thi'v IMi ihij a wc-- ami nine of ie. r o'liokod lih. -- lit It i. tint. an them hate kept It up eterliite. Mailt huddle or white arc l !! icti other. If they tried It. ttiild llinl Unit en eil lii ihi way. the ue of more tlh add pleasant Wii'b the IMi. split. eaii. Uot with tiiriel) to the liienl. fat, pluie oil a gnsied broiler and im a goil a tlh apply a Atnerlen hrollintll the H.tkes can he enlly sep any country In the world. uy fiM hI plact united. If a sn broiler l of llie I'nlted Stiiten Departthe nick eteral llithes below thellatue ment of Agriculture, hut American and brown. Sliced lemon mnkf nn ut h eat If than the people of miiliy glte additional (l'r.Mrr,l lrtrt Erarajjraarai'sU ti-- tl-- ti. A Boy With a Fortune u-- W. r" 0. RKJNKY W H. DICKKRSON W. O. RIGNEV Office! & CO. Funeral Oinctors and Embalmers Prom 1& Rfrlil nrr I'litme as. Lancaster, Kentucky. the ciHihlug water. i the IMitnan tl .it 1.. to h llie whole ilsli or Baked Flh. lippl). Al-If f'i- n t .h ciiiiiint I ilitnlinil, many kn.l uf salt. moki ' a piece from the uihhllc of a large one 'la stuff with iiiiislad If and cnninil llh run he shipped uli well tin. ciM.Wed rice, or bread cniuib Inn k there at ali nmiii of the eur Mioned. Cut gahe down llie How ta Sslect a Freih Fnh. U tu go to iiinl Insert strip of salt Mrk or dot Wlieneter the market mid select IMi. A freli with fill. Dredge with line corn meiil llsh ha full, brlk'lu cje. Iirlglit red or llotir, place In a baking pan und Kills, tlim lle-- li and u fioli odor. The rook till tinder, allotting ten to twelte minute a pound. Sometime IMi I ttill along the tiuckbolie khuilhl be with siieclul cart, because thai baked in a tomato mine or In milk enough In cover the bottom of the I where a IMi spoil tint. Frozen tlsb hlinilld he bought In that pan. Fried Fith. .Small IMi may be frlc condition und thawed In u cool place Just before cooking. Much of tb prej- whole; larger onei should be cut lule udice ii gainst froteu flab ha cmue piece sultnble for sertlng, Itoll tl'. from the fact that It was thawed out flh In com meal or flour, or dip it l. FUb hatter, or In bnad crumb, egg. am' u.iiie time before It wu sold. Fry In deep fat, diMM not change In flavor and food again In crumb. value so long n It reutulli frozen, but lu a small niiiuiint of fat In a skillet It smlls tcry ijillikly uftcr It In Fish fried In deep fat Is lesx likely K bt greasy than beti fried lu u pun. thawrd. o, other coiuitrle. I'or liitiiuce. In I'.iii; land an n tenure of tk'i ihiuiiiN of li )earl for each pfrou I eaten, while here the aterace l inly IS pound. All told, there are aid to he about list kind of tsllhle li atallalile In the rulteil State", hut mot perjnn lire faiulllar with not more tlmu a (loreii. It I it c""l f'nn to try 'iew .Hid uf IUIi ttheliet.-there I till ... nut ati. iMirttiuliy i ml. i, able III the i ul in .Wet, t iucet ' -ll-r inn lite cartilb and Itator iiml fiMl talue. Boiled Fish. Hulled tl-- li : eiflly with a Is i ilellcloll sauce. well ('Hik whole or, If I imi large cut In plcic. I Niter Willi boiling Hlted ter. hut do not nlloiv It m hull rapidly Cok a1 bartl boiling breaks the Ibdi for leu minute per pound. Strong llntoretl llh, such a carp, I" Unpriced by adding a half cupful of tlmgitr to prepared and, when wrted JlJggffitft' A boy with a fortune i the boy who hat one hundred dollnra that he himself has saved. His fortune consists not only of the money saved and what boy with a hundred dollars would not feel like a millionaire? but of a valuable lesson learned. Not only has he experienced the thrill of possession, but he has caught the thrift habit. He has learned to do without useless things. He no longer squanders his money. He has better judgment of values.. He is doubtless a far better boy. Has your boy started to save yet? If he has not, thero is no better time to teach him to begin than now at this Bank. 4 PER CENT ON TIME AND SAVINGS S. ..! tli.-e.- l'e ili-i- nil. plbe, let The Garrard Bark & Trust Co a . KY. Wo Bell travelers Chotr s, which are good In the United States and all fo lgn countries. LANCASTE- - The Central Record, LancanUr Ky. Thursday, Oct 20. 1921 . F Garrard County School Fair 1. 1st. i Jnd. prise, it 00 by (.'has. Thompson 3rd. prize, Kihbon Beat Map ef Kentucky Showing Product prite, $i.00 by National Bank 10. Best Note Book by Boy et Pig Club. 20. Best Hand-mad- e 2. Best Health Peter lit. prize. I'--' 00 by Hugh Mobertey and Paul 00 by Kinnaird Brothers. 3rd. prize, Uibbon. 2nd prize, 5 F.lllott 1st. prize, Boy' Knife by lluselden Brothers 2nd. prize Boy's Tie by Anderson Brothers 3rd. prize, Bibbon. 1 old. Apron by Girl ever 10 years Hryants-ville 00 1st. prize, $2.00 Pair Silk Hose by Brown Store 2nd, prize, Silver Thimble by Mrs. Noah Mnre. 3rd, prixe, Ribbon 1. Best Note Book by Girl of Sewing Club. it sinned by lt prize, i'i 50 in cash to student with certificate Phone 31. Co. Judges, presented at our store, A. H. Baitin & 3. Beit Drawing from Rural School e H X PJ 1st. prize, (lingham Dress pattern by J, K. Hickerson, 2nd. prise, Pair Scissors by (ioodloe A Walker. 3rd. prize, Bibbon. Q 21. Best Parade of School Peoples Bank, 12.50; Lodgsdon Co. $2.50; 1. It Ralston, $2.50 and Garrard Co, Board of Education, $2.50 $10.00 12. Best Dressed Dell by Girl under ten years eld. 'Jnd. prize, Box Home-mad3rd. prize, Bibbon. candy by Mr. C. P. Powell. 4. Solved. Bet Problem in Farm Arithmetic, Stated and 1st prixe, $3 00 in gold by Citizens National Bank. 2nd. pnx. 2 'b box. candy by Mis Stella Sanders' Kengarlan Hotel 3rd. prize, $1.00 by Thos. Pieratt. G H 8 1st. prize, Box Miss llolliday's Candy by Currey & fiulley. 2nd. prize, Hair ribbon or ..ish by Frances & Smith Millinery. 3rd. prize, Bibbon. 13. Best Specimen Penmanship by High School 11th. and 12th. Grades. Becker Ballard, Bryants-ville. 1st. prize, Nice Box Stationery w CO 2nd. prize. $1.00 cash by J 3rd. prize, Bibbon. B. Wood. Jr. 5. Best Business Letter. by Hervey A Woods, Paint Lick. 14. Best Booth from any school. lt prize, $2.fit cah 2nd. prize II 00. 3rd. prize. Ribbon. 6. 9th. and 10th. grades. Best Etuy on Thrift, from High School Pupils, CO a 1st. prize, Nice Fountain Pen by Bryantsville State Bunk. 2nd. prize. Basket of Fruit by The Puritan. 3rd. prize, ltibbon. $2.00 by Conn Bros.; 1st. prize. 110.00 Library to school $1.00 by Bobt. Hays; $1.00 by Boone Sanders; 11.00 by J. W. Smith; $1.00 by Scott's Store; $1.00 by J. M. McCarty; $1.00 by Dr. by Cox Herron; GO cts. by B. C. Schooler; fiO by Mr. Kngle. W. M. Klliott; 50 cts. by Mnttie I.utz; 25 2nd. prize, $5.00 in trade at Stomies Drue Store by W. B. Mnson und Holbcrt Bastin. 3rd. prixe, $2.00 by J. 1). Carter. ct. ct. CO 15. 1st. 7. A. Best Copy Book from 5th., 6th., 7th., and 8th. Best Essay on Prevention of Tuberculosis. prize. $2.00 by Dr. J. B, and V. . Kinnaird. .1 A Grades. Copy Book 5th. Grade. Farnau. 12.00 cah by Hudson 2nd. prize, l.OOcash by Chas. Bierlian. lit. prize. i 3rd. prize. Ribbon. B. Copy Book 6th. Grade. 1st. prize. Box Candy by V. B. Ball Grocery. 2nd. prize, il.00 by Dr. M. S. Hatfield. 3rd prize, Bibbon. C. Copy Book 7th Grade. 1st. prize, 2.00 cash by Central Itecord. 2nd. prize, $1.00 cash by Shirley Hudtjn. 3rd. prize, Bibbon. r M ! 2nd. prize, $1.00 by Dr 3rd. prize, Bibbon. Anion. 2? 16. Best Loaf of Bread. z o H prize, $5.00 cash by Cnrrard Milling Co. 2nd. prize, Sugar Shell by J A. Beaztey. 3rd. prize, Bibbon. 17. lt. Best Drawing from Graded and Consolidated School. Hose, by Joseph Mercantile Co. randy by Ml Fannie Dowdrn. Z w 1st. prize, Three Pail 2nd. prize. Box Home-mad- e 3rd. prize. Bibbon 18. 1st. Best Layer Cake. 8. 3rd. Grades. Best Exhibit of Handwork from 1st., 2nd., and prize by Dr Prentus Walker, Veterinarian $2.00 cash. 2nd. prize, 11.50 cash by K. C. (laines. Insurance man 3rd. prize, Ribbon. lt. prize, $5.00 by Hudson & Furnall. 2ml. prize. One Sack O. W Flour by F. B. Marksbury. 3rd prize, Jewelry Box by Morrow and McBoberts. 19. 9. Best Drawing of School Building and Grounds. Best Essay of 120 to 150 words by pupil age 12 to 16 years, on "Why Dad Should Join the Co operative Association." & o o r 8 1st. prize, Kodak by Jno. Mclloberts. 2nd. prize. Victrola Kecord by J. F. Holtzclaw. 3rd. prize. Ribbon. 1st. prize, $5.00 by It. II llutson. 2nd. prize. $2.00 by C B. Ledford. 3rd. prize, Saving Bank by Cnrrard Bank Trust Co. Field Day Exercises. The Field Day Exercises in connection with the School Fair will he as follows: 75 yard dash for boys and girto under 10 yean. I (10 yard dash for boys and girls from 10 to 15. 100 yard dash for girls over 15. 220 yard dash for boys over 15. Standing hoard jump for boy and girls under ten yearn. KunuiiiK broad jump for boys from 10 to 15. Standing broad jump for girl from 10 to 15. Standing broad jump for girls over 15 year. Iluuuing high jump for boys over 15 year. Base ball distance throw for all group:! except girls over 15 yean. These will do basket ball goal throwing. The three groups of girls will do balancing while all boys will do chinning. Kvery school will be expected to complete in a relay race. Four pupils from each school any age, the distance to be covered will be one-hamile. All one and two room schools may send one pupil for each contest. The school with three rooms, or more, may send two. Prizes will be given to the schools winning the greatest number of point.-So every school should enter pupils in every contest. 100 points for 1st. placoUn each contest. 75 points for 2nd. place, 50 points for 3rd, place, ami 25 points for 1th. place. There will be a school parade m the morning and prizes will be given for the greatest number of pupils in any one school. With proper consideration of enrollment distance from Lancaster and best regalia display. The Priies Two Hags will be given by Congressman Ralph Gilbert and Senator A. O. Stanley to the High School and to the One Boom School scoring the greatest number of points. The second prizes will be Drinking Fountains and will be given by Messrs. J.E.Hobinson and Joe S. Ilaselden. The third prizes will be donated bv The Uncas-te- r Woman's Club and will be announced later. The Fourth prizes are yet to be arranged for. lf . ternoon and every one seems delighted over the wonderful progress they Mr. Boyd decided last Thursday are making. They all hope to be morn In ft that the school note should be continued in the paper this year. Ijist Tue.-ulamorning Rev. Callis The Editor was elected and by very and Mr. Crenfel conducted chapel bard work managed to get enough exercises. Rev. Callis gave a very material from the Junior and Senior interesting talk and Mr. (irenfel gave School for the notes this week. llixli us some very splendid music vocal We hope to make them more solo and also solos on piccolo nnd interesting after this week. llute. Till. splendid program was enjoyed mj much that we hope they Foot Ball. will come back soon. Luncaster High went down in defeat Friday for the second time on Junior High School Now account of Ben Kavanaugh, Claude The Freshman class U awful cute, Castincau and Geo. D. Robinson fall- Mittie Dunn and (leorgiu too. ing to brim; up their lesson Science grade is fifty, Latin i the last week, but if Lancaster High same. loses this week there will be no Algebra is the easiest of all t hex-sillstar-player- Lancaster School Notes BRYANTSV1LLE Mrs. Boss Montgomery has been quite ill. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ruble were in Danville Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Broadu were in Lexington Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Newt Grow, Jr., were visitor In Nicholasville Sunday. Miss Junie Bowling, of K. C. W., with her Danville spent the week-end parent. Mrs. B. C. Rose und Mis Klixu Ison were in ijincaster Saturday af- The Freshman boys out for Lucieii are Jack Williams, Robert larger score than Nicholasville, and Thompson, S. B. Sander.. defeat Stanford, who beat Nicholas-ville- . Brown und Ota Moore. Virgil und Ota made the tlrst teuni i Kvery man has decided to study ' and are doing first class school work. tiard this week and make The Freshmen started the clay off 100 per cent. Let's Ret the old spirright Friduy by appearing in chapel it and get back in the game and go wearing the green und white of the to Danville Friday a of old, foot ball team. Mit Sexton ays Are we going to lose again? No! the Freshmun song is "The wearing Are we going to beat D. H. S.? of the Green." Yes! Huve we lost our pep? No! Laugh and Liv Are we going to study? Yes! Ktrpin Her Cheerful. "Do you think S. D. can muke The Girls AthUtic Association happy?" The girls of the Junior and Senior "Well, shu'll always have some High School organized a "flirls Ath-- 1 thing to laugh ut." letlc Association" Monday, Oct. 10th. J "He'.-- frightful-l- y The ollicers elected were; Preldcnt, La Verne Hick: Kugenla Dunlap; vice president, I attractive, I think." Verne Dickerson; secretary, Helen Faye "I can't see It." Gulley; Treasurer, Lucille Deaxlcy; Ijiverne "Good Heavens, do you cheer leaden, I.ula Anderson und! mean to any you can't ee that big Lucille Beazley and ong leader, Del-- 1 yellow car." la Itice Hughe with LaVcme Hicks S. B. saying his prayer sleepily: assisting her. Many hikes and other I sports have been planned for "Now I luy me down to sleep, pray outdoor the Lord my soul to keep. the winter, the first of which was a Mother prompting "If " Mku about three miles on the Crab S. B. (almost asleep) "If he hol Orchard pike last Saturday. About miny eighteen girls started from the school lers .let him go, eeny, meeny, building at two o'clock with Miss mo." ganders and Miss Wilder as chap Senior "Some of thee Freshmen They stopped at Miss make me tired always acting so eroncs. Judith James" Daniel" where they smart." built a fire and toasted marshmellows Freshman "Oh, we're just coping and wenales. They returned about the Senior" six o'clock, having- enjoyed the hike The average person generally obvery much. Many of the girls arc practicing ject to being termed only an valley ball ami basket ball every af it from to snap out of now on and redeem itself in winning from Danville High by u L. II. S. is going thing. Oa-tine- the-tea- ternoon. Mr. und Mrs. F.bb Cooley were visitor of Mr. nnd Mrs. John Campbell Sunday. a Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Swope and Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Dean were in Lex- ington Friday. Mr. Sam Folger of Somerset spent Thursday night with his sister, Mrs. Walter Fuln. Mr. and Mrs. W, J. Broadus anil Mr. und Mrs. Louis Broadus were in Farley, of Lexington, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Bryant Sunday Mr. and Mis. Clarence McCullcy, with of Buckeye, itpelil the week-enMr. nnd Mrs. Walter Fain and fain- d Danville Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Welch , Mrs. Uuswll 1'. Brown und little daughter, F.melu spent the week-enwith her mother, Mrs. Sam Cochran of Lancaster. Mr. nnd Mrs. II. G. King und Mrs. W. K. Davis mill little son, Newton were guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. (!. M. Hendren Sunday. Quite a number of announcements have Seen received here of the mar- riagu of Mr. Welch Farley, formerly of this place to Mis Scotty McKin- ney, of Lexington. Mr. und Mrs. J. Ilogan Ballard, d Cunningham und Mrs. Tomlinson as hostess on last Friday proved to be ulmot u "Perfect Day," in its every The weather was appointment. ideal. The old home most hospl-tabl- e in appearance, combined with the spirit of good fellowship and a bountiful appetising luncheon, prevl-ousl- y prepared by the members of the union, all of which contributed to the succesx of the day. The topical program "Striving for the highest good in relation to the home, mother and child," under the splendid leadership of Mrs. Stella Hendren tiulley was amy arranges The president hud kept wecret a- u treat the presence of Mrs. J. C. Taylor, of Lexington The State Trras-ure- r "Christian Citizenship" being She gave most her department. nnd instructive talks along these lines. Miss Westover, the county nurse was nUo a gAieit of the Union, und presented to us uur neglect in many things in regard to child welfare in the schools. Dr. B. C. Roe as u dinner guest, by request from Mrs. Tuylnr- guve the physici-un- s side of the "prohibition prescriptions" and while gmve in ita situation, was ludricious in some of the requests and ailments. Three names were added to the membership Miss Stella Mue Grow as full member ami Messrs Bradley Cunningham nnd Dr. B. C. Hose a honorary members. Mrs. C. M. Dean extended the Invita-tio- n for the next nnnual dinner - Money does not necessarily duce happiness. It possession what turns the trick. pro- is It has been a perfectly delightful seaon of base ball to those who were unable to attend. A pretty woman may be without Pity tbe man who U considered friends, and yet possess th eternal without sin. It will be a terrible gratitude of the druggist. Jolt when he is found out. BARGAINS FOR FARMERS WITH PRICES that WILL PLEASE WAGONS Kim Lighter and Last Longer. HARNESS The Best That Money Can Iluy TURNING PLOWS That Hun Uiicht and are jKuarautccd. WIRE FENCE KOKOMO is the kind whop put up stays up. Fairview Meeting protracted meeting will begin ut A cordial Fairview next Sunday. invitation Is extended to nil to come. A Composition & Metal Roof Steel and Galvanized. easy to put on. MM... !..... ucnv HuAfio Hand holes and is If your friends are a numerous as to be embarrassing Just tell them the truth once. They'll flit. you buy. in- HOUSE PAINTS .... uii miu iiiiiriM--i I !. iinu ui prices .1 tnai win . land and little son, James Bourbon e und Mr. B. A. Dawes were in Monduy afternoon. A full line of Field Seeds, Wheat und live. Tile Fire Brick, Clay and Brick. Cement. Rock and Sand Right Prices. Dun-vill- The fellow wh has no will of his own flmls It difficult to borrow one Miss Zlllnh Dawes, Mrs. O. W. More- - thut is worth using. Murriuge is never a failure to thote who are willing to make it a success. - Every man hns u place where brains ought to be. Sometimes they are tkere. GARRARD MILLING CO. Tit public official who make a Tbe aanual all day meeting of the big noise Is often a Arecracker Bryantsvllle W. C. T. U. with Mrs. Ii I LINSEED OIL Cotton Sued, but the purest of Linked Oils. Repair Department for Wagoiw, Buggies and Implemata of all kinds, is complete, DEPARTMENT j. LANCABTIRKY ROMANS