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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): October 27, 1921 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1921 cen1921102701_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 27, 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. TRUTT SICONO TIA LANCASTER, KY THURSDAY AFTERNOON. OCTOBER 27. 1921. FOOT BALL High. Capl. Coh In Th Lineup. Nuatii it. DEMOCRATIC PICNIC BIG SUCCESS HEAR THE TRUTH SEVERAL OF GAR- - Chamber Of Commerce Note. Lancaster Vs Madison Converted To Market- Logically Put And Be! RARD COUNTY'S R. L. ARNOLD ing Plan. Convinced. Sapiro Will Remove Your SONS Wh.t Tar Referenc To Th About 4,000 People Present And Enthusiasm Abounds. sbowed their Interest In the election of Nov. Hth., by bringing out a rec ord breaking crowd at the picnic hold in Ijwcnstrr, given by the democratic women of Garrard County More than four thousand people enjoyed the sumptuous lunch furnished by the democratic ladle, who have been no active and have worked o faith- The democrat of Currant County (ieorge Carpenter, six feet six in stocking feet, was a successful raiser, realizing handsome price for his offerings until Inst year when the big slump in tobacco prices came, when (Ieorge having several young Carpenters looking to bun for their "three hots" realized that he mut seek more remunerLuckier than ative occupation most farmers, (!erge understood the and turned to that concrete huini-convinced trade. Hi tlrst work people that he was "onto hi job," and consequently he soon bail all of the work of thi ehariutvr he could tin. Hut a the shoemaker stick to hi awl. (ieorge stuck to his farm Spook White Kobe work, and this year he i "cropping" The following are working to as- ugain. and doing concrete work besure the succeM of the evening: tween time, sometime taking ad- Mr. Clinton llatin, general chair vantage of ti.e electric ight. and man, assisted b) Itev Hudson, ltev. working fur into the nights. Many Mix, Itev. Smith and Itov. Ilourland. splendid piece of concrete work, Decorating Committee Mis Vir- pavement, guttering and various; ginia Itruzley. chairman. Mr Gene other .b" bear witne to ht kill. Cochran. MU Delia Kire Hughe'. I -- i Verne Dickerson, Mi Miss Muyme Efficient Local casion. Mr. speaker of the day was Major Stapp. Mr. Claud Itice Gaines, The . Itoger lUurlattd and Mr lien Colored S.im WlUon. of Lexington, one of In proof nf the fact that our local Kentucky's most prominent democraProgram Committee: Mis Syler, . olored profvssiruil men are protiri-en- t tic lenders. It has been a lone time t, chairman; Mis Sexton, Mis in their ruspeetive railing we since the people of Garrard County Ms Sunders, nnd Mr. Clinton submit the following: Vave had the privilege of enjoying a Recently a young colored girl better speech than that delivered by llastin llefreshtiietii Committee: Mrs. S. He complimented of age. was stricken with a Major Wilson A. Walker, chairman, Mrs Ilourland, eere illne and died while on a the women for their uccct hi the Helen (Jill, Miss Ilettie Itoblll-son- , picnic and urgel upon them activity Miss visit to relative in Crab Orchard. Mrs. Niioml Hamilton, Miss StelKentucky and Her home was in Oaklaml, Calif, for better politics in la Sunder and Mrs. Sam Hnseldeii. pleaded for a hearty support on and her relative desired that her of the democratic party and remain be shipped to that place. Church Notes William Johnon, Lancaster' colorthe voter generally; fr the candidacy of .Mm Fannie Dovvden for ltev K. II. Ilourland has returned ed undertaker was summoned to emCounty Court Clerk, The speaker from Woodford County, where he balm the body, which he ill. I and the criticised the discrimination ngaint ronductcd a two week' revival nt remains were shipped to her far Will ha jut received women by the republican party in (!rassy Spring. The Grassy Springs away home. not giving them representatives up- church, like many other rural con- a highly complimentary letter from on their ticket and predicted the gregations, had suffered greatly in the relatives of the dccra'ed, staling election of Mil Dow-deby u large membership on account of people's that the body arrived In a perfect majority, because he is so well fitted moving to town nnd wa somewhat state of prcic rvation, and his work in for the position .lie seek. and the discouraged. The work was revived embalming met with warm commenonly woman running for otflce in by the meeting, the members took on dation from all persons who viewed the County. new enthusiasm and step were taken the remain on their a rival in ().ik The picnic was a great succe to employ a minister for Grny land. and will do much good for the demo- Springs and a neighboring congregacratic ticket School tion for full time Thirteen were added to the memArrangements for the School Fair Court. bership in the course of the meeting, and Field Day are ueuring compleSheriff A. K. Walker, together with eleven of which were by confession tion, the following having contributdeputies Tom Mallard. J. Wade and baptism. Of this number six ed generous prize to the schools Walker und Joe M. Kavauiiugh sue-- J were husbands and wive nnd anoth gaining the greatest number of cevdvd in arresting Jasper Snni, llillj er was a man of middle age whose point in the athletic contet: K. Drown, Joyce Syler, Judge Uc ailcy and Mitchell Shcarrow, of j wife was already a member of the Stapp. W. T King, J. C. Williams, the Mt. Hebron neighborhood last congregation. Mr. Ilourland will occupy the pul- J. K. Scale, Paul lloyd. A. T. Scott, Tuesday night for disturbing relig- lous worship. They were brought pit at the Christian ihurch next Sun-da- y V. A. Lear, J. I). Carter, William morning und evening. He asks Hurton, K. Westover, Silas D. Heard, before Judge Forest Stapp anil fined a large attendance of the member C. Uroadus, A. K. Walker. Sue Shel-b- y twenty dollars and cost. The boys Mason, Jack Whittnker and Sauf-le- y ranged In age from IS to 1'0 years. and hopes nil will Join in active preparation for the revival which will Hughes. begin at the Christian Church on the Sunday following the election. Itev. Notice Good Chief M. A. Hart of the Danville ChrisChief liratton had n squad of men tian Church will lead in this meetCounBy of ing and Mis Katherine Warriner al busy on last Tursduy morning sweepand City Lancas- so of Danville will direct the choir ing big cleaning the square, after cil of the crowd that wus in Lancaster and solo work on Saturday mid Monday ! n nn-MliticWit-met- fully and earnestly for the demo-cratl- c ticket. The crowd wa com women, and po.ed of at least one-hathe interest by them insures a large vote by the women on the Mb. of November for the democratic ticket. The enjoyment of this occasion wa the exprewion from every tongue of the local and the hope for succe tleket wa the expression given The program at carried out as announced. The local band furnish-e- d the inu.ic together with duet by The audience appreci local parties ted the nolo rendered by l'rof. Gren-fell- , director of the muic during the Janiei Clark. Methodist revival 111., the ten rtr old son of Squire Jamei Clark, made his debut in politics by delivering a speech for the lion. Green Clay democratic ticket Walker. County Attorney in an Interesting speech for thirty minutes, told of the merit of the democratic candidates J. K, ttobinson. lamltdate for the senate, took otcaviun to .core the propagandist who were guilty of falsehood what he tenn muliciou relative to hi purpose, if elected to i the senate, ktating that the tiry told that ll wa the program to disfranchise the colored people, which i wholly false and started for the purpose of covering up the repuhli-caprogram of the purpose of gerrymandering tlie State talk by Hrother The Cullis, w ho conducted the big Methodist revival in Lancaster, was by ever) body. Hrother Cal-li- s by his apt and appropriate remarks demonstrated the versatility of the man and Hi. ability to adapt himself and be at home on any oclf When It. - Arnold, one of the most prominent and Influential farWhat promise) to be one of the mers in the Kast end of the county, best games to be played on the signed the contract for the plan of marketing tobacco here local gridiron will be the one stag-- , Ijw. last Monday, it practically makes when ed here next Friday, caster High will line up against that that end of the county unanimous, strong eleven from Richmond reprc-entin- g or nearly 100 per cent. Mr. Arnold many friends whom he has conj ha Madison High School, From all reports ('apt. Cox will be verted and Is now convincing others in the lineup ami will have his first that it is the only salvation to the string of men. Let's all go out and tobacco growers and farmers of this ' section. help the High School, The game will be called promptly j Mr, Hank Huon, of Danville wu urging the farmers here last at n:uo. , to sign the contract, saying i Monday Admiion fit) rents. if the tobacco, which Is the only as-- Doubts Her Him. Halloween Party. I What promise. to be the mint enjoyable social affair of the ,eaon will be the annual convention of the National Secret Order of Witchcraft, which will meet at our (traded School lluilding Friday evening .October "8. Then- - are about two hundred candidates to be initiated on this occasthe In the affair held under ion auspices of the Young People's Socle, ties of the Methodist, Itaptlst, Pre. b)tenan and Christian churches. The young people of the town and community are especially invited and urged to attend. The initiation fee win lie collected at the outer door of the Convention Hall. This fee will be ascertained for each by your height, 5 cent foot .Hid one cent for each additionhave Kindly the exact al Inch change ready if poibte The door are scheduled to open The Convention program at 7 :S0 will begin promptly at 8:1. After the initiation and convention ice cream and cake will be serv ol to those who survive We might call your attention to the fact that we are to be favored on this most notable occasion, with the presence of Hi Majesty, the Commander in Chief of Witchcraft. left to the farmers of Garrard county, is not stabilized, the farms ran never be tahilizcd, the result being it continuance of unsettled conditions, which is proving a heavy burden to the small growers anil of the country tenant The cooperative plan, he says. I their only hope and they should not hesitate to in this movement, 4Tis An Wind That Blows Nobody Good. 111 j I ' Undertaker Ilur-ehet- Christian n Fair Judge Stapp's To Taxpayer order the of the ter, the penalty for all unpaid taxes for the Very Fall From Roof year 1921, goes on No- vember 1st. Pay now and save the extra cost LAST NOTICE. LAST WEEK. J. A. Bratton,T.C. C.L. Mr. Urutus Wearren sustained a painful injury last Tuesday morning when he fell from the roof of hit barn, which he was painting. In the fall he struck a Udder causing a flight fracture of the left Jaw.whlch hit friend hop will not be serioua. Judge and Mr. Homer Bataea, of Louisville, motored to Lancaster Monday afternoon anil are gueeU of Mr, and Mr, ft. H. BaUn. V Heavy Loss. Mr, Sam Davis, u well known fur-- j mer of thi county lost hi tobacco' barn, together with the contents, a Rood crop of tobacco, last Friday by fire of unknown origin. The loa is particularly heavy in that the gentleman had no insurance. See Galnts, the Insurance Man at Lancaster today. Many (iarrard county growers who have not yet pooled their crop give (iarrard county ever proud of n their excuse for not doing so that her noted sons, of whom she can "they do not understand the proposi- boast many, has particular reason tion." to feel chesty this week over the Now we do not blame you for this, number of them who have fallen unbut we ask you to come in Saturday der the spotlight in Lexington with- with open minds and you WILL UK I Major Hoy A. Haynrs, not a native CONVINCKD. son truly, but the next thing to It, and comprehensions of every sort. Aaron Sapiro is the father of the; married a Garrard county girl, Mi It is very instructive and useful , .. .Marketing plan. it; Kit Mason, daughter of Mrs. Hose D. to any community to have such an brought success to the fruit grower. Mason, of Lancaster, ; attracting organization for getting a sort of of California, and he can do the same no little attention. consensu of opinion which proceeds of thing for the tobacco grower Maj. Waynes i at the head of from no particular quarter and Kentucky. Uncle Sam's prohibition enforcement originates with no particular interMr Sapiro will address the citi- officers and his t to Kentucky is est." zens of (iarrard county at the Court for the avowed purpose, of giving William Howard Taftr "What is House at 1:30 P. M. next Saturday the Tiger's tail such a violent twist the purpose of thi organization? Come in and hear him, if you want a to persuade that pernlciou ani- It has come at n time when the opto hear the proposed pooling system mal to cense showing hi hideous portunity for making an oranization clearly and logically explained by fangs in the good old Common- of this kind seem to be especially one who is thoroughly capable of ex- wealth. useful. I speak of a movement for plaining it. (iive him a careful Maj. Haynes i accompanied by the purpose of snowing the power hearing and we believe you will join Mr. Millard F. West, a Garrard coun-t- y which such an organization has by in with the vast number of (iarrard boy, bred nnd born, a his chief the referendum of all members tocounty growers who have already deputy and able n..itant Millard gether from them the best possible signed. that there are in the comha for many years been conceded opinion to be by far the wisest man that munity in order to influence the conRed Cross Undo Sam has In his department of duct, development and policies of that particular community." A small but appreciative audience Internnl Itevenue, having every deTheodore P.ooievelt "On more tail of that vast department of our enjoyed the Ited Cross pictures nt onu occasion I have expressed Itoman's Opera House Tuelay eve- government at hi finger tips. He than my heatry belief in what Chambers Mrs. II. A. Dawes, of Hryants-ville- , ha been in the revenue service many ning. doing. The ideas, secured the best musical talent yenrs nnd occupied many prominent of Commerce are which when accumulated are both to l.e obtained in this part of the position and unless we are very educative and useful, focus simulState. Kvery one thoroughly enjoyed much oil in our predictions, will one taneously the attention of the prothe orchestra and vocal number.. The day head that important department. gressive and professional people of Ilaptist Church quartette of Danville These gentlemen hope and confidentthe country, whether it involves inwere generous with their popular ly expect to devise way and mean dustry, commerce or social welfare." songs, und the Danville orchestra while on this trip by which the KenRegarding the proposed Highway rendered several numbers which ev- tucky moonshlnner shall be cast into sign suggested for the benefit of darknc and the bootlegger and ery one enjoyed. The pictures were unusuiilly high class, being both in- blind tiger shall no more flourish in tourists on Lexington pike Chattanooga Lookout Mountain routes and our land. Success to you, boys. structive and entertaining. Wood G. Dunlap, everybody back the thoroughfare to Knoxville, GeorThe committee appreciated the gia nnd Florida points, tho Chamber plendid of everyone, here nt home, nt least all the old timer', know Woodie, ha just won of Commerce : receiving' encourespecially Mr. Itomaiii. for donating aging support. One sign has been the opera house, the Danville talent. second place from a field of more than a dozen of Lexington's promi- "pledged" and the Lexington Auto Hnseldeii Hrother and Kinnnir1 Club, Chattunoogu Auto Club and Hrother and Judge Stapp for tl,t nent citizens, politicians, etc.. in the eligible for the mem- the P.hen County Auto Club of DayHigh School primary Use of their cars, the cogirl, who sold tickets, Paul Morrow-Dea- bership of the City Government ton, Tennessee, have agreed to Gar-rar- d operate with the Lancaster and i'.nnone arid Itussell Sander Mr. Dunlap will succeed himself, hav. County Chamber of Commerce one ing served two terms a for their services. of Lexington's city Commissioners, to pot nnd popularize these routes. The V. S. Tire Company has been hi. particular job being CommissionMail of Public Property, having charge notified, through it department of er The Chamber of Commerce under- of public buildings and parks. That geography that the conspicuous sign stand that the residents of Uiucns-tc- r he has made good, and made Lex- on the Liucuster and Lexington pike, may enjoy mail delivery if they ington a prettier and better place In near the lluena Vistu turn, is not will how- - sufficient interest to install which to live, can be proven by ask- "the right sign" for the occasion. letter boxe, to which the mail car- ing almost any citizen of that wide rier will have easy nrces. The awnke and growing city On To name of streets have been conspicuboy Mny other Garrard count The "praying colonels" of Centre ously displayed at the corner and have attained prominence in LexingCollege left Danville Inst Wedncday properly the house numbered. ton, but none are attracting particumorning on u special train headed Some have put up letter boxes, but lar attention just now unless it be majority of the residence. are Ilnrry Giovanolli; Harry is not one for Cambridge, Mai., whero thejr the will on next Saturday meet that still without mail receptacles. of Garrard' native son, but he i strong Harvard team representing If the Government is prepared to closely allied with us, having secured University. indeliver mail at your home some some of hi early training in LancasCentre, while ou are playing we terest should be manifested in be- ter, where many years ago, more will be praying. plac- than he would like to have us, or we half of the occupants, and the ing of mail boxes is certainly it would like to say, he "stuck" type on Camp Site trivial task in comparison to the ser- a newspaper edited by the late vice which may be derived there- lamented Col. M. D. Hughe, and Tourists and travelers, as well as from. where at the name time the writer residents of Lancaster, will welcome and the new that the Chamber of Comwas folding machine, "devil" general factotum. As editor of the merce ha arranged, through the genThe member of the local post Lender Harry is constantly before the erosity of an enthusiastic member, American Legion are working on public eye, and Lexington ha no to offer n tract of ground containing their Armistice Celebration that will better citizen or christian gentleman : a tine spring and well, adapted for a tourists ramp. be held nt the School Auditorium than he Arrangement are being made to on Thursday night, Nov, 11th., at I : i post notices regarding the actual 7:30 P. M. vsuiug location of this plot of ground. In i This program will be especially the meantime when tourists or traventertaining as the progmm comIn eler wish suitable camping ground, is working over time to make mittee they should be referred to either of this one of the best ever held by the Pool. the following sources; and every local Post. Turn to the back page of this thing possible will be furnished in Kxcllent music and good singing and the will be fenturcd as a memorial to paper ami give that list of names the way of information, those who made the supreme sacri- of Garrard county tobeco grower, traveler or sojourner will find ample who have already joined the pool the provision for hi associates and carafice in the great war. Department Commander Kmmett "once over," und we will venture to van, G. A. Abbott, Sec'y. Chamber of O'Ncul will be the chief speaker. say you will be ready to concede that Commerce Everybody is urgently requested to old Garrurd is "going over the top" In this as she ha always in all good J, K. Stornics, Chairman High- be present. undertakings. way Committee If you have any doubts, come in Mrs. It. K. Mcltobert. Chairman Broken. Saturduy nnd hear Sapiro he will Welfare Committee. Mr. Archlbold Walker, son of remove them. Sheriff and Mrs. A. K. Wulker had Come on boys, get in the band the misfortune to break his right arm wagon Let' all go together and put An exchange of good things for ut the wrist last Monday morning, the thing over without further delay. while attempting to crank "one of your Thanksgiving dinner will bo found ut Haselden's Store Nov. those thing." Notice Lesjionaires 23rd. The break is a severe one and will Cakes, chickens, etc. keep "Pete" a he is familiarly the Tuesday Night, Nov. 1st. known to hi many 'friends, in for regular meeting of the Hcidal Sun-forMr. J. C. I'.obiniun'. Division of the C. W. H. M. quite n while. Post No. 35 and the Legionaire and former soldier of the county (Shelby, Ky. Special.) are asked to please be present on this Fire destroyed property to th armisjtice Judge A. D. Ford died at his home night in order that the be completed. Re- amount of (85,000.00 today. on Richmond street, at 0 o'clock this program may Statistics show 1920 (Ire lo.se. morning, having had his third stroke member the time, place and hour per 1500 November 1st., I. O. O. F. Hall, in averaged the people of parallsia some few day ago. minute fn tae U. S. Lancaster, at 7:38 P. M. As wo go to press no funeral arSmell the smoke I Hear the roarrangement have been made. Flour astray ing I See the fire! Feel the Iota! BaMatsJ OWUk Ut GAINES, the Insurance Man, Tht U Pattern Hat week at Fran-cl- a five MtUfMile. have this responsibility. HwtUea ft Faraau. Smith. In The Limelight In Lexington This Week Sap Wit Chamber Of CasBrc. Wilson "I am particularly glad to ex pres. my admiration for this kind of an organization. You can't perform the function of a Chamber of Commerce withuot drawing a vast number of men together. It strength must coma from the uttermost part of th land and must he compounded of the brains Woodrow ..... Pictures fr Carriers Harvard. Armistice Celebration. r ubi vuuiuy n niu r Over The Top Tobacco The Arm Exchange 1 d Ford Jantral cause- - extra labor In cleaning the bed. The trw should he placed from four to tlx Inches deep on the planU, according to N.U. Klliott, of the College of Agriculture. Mulching should not he done until nfter the first freeze In order Outt Insects may be prevented from hiding in the straw and Infesting the plant the following spring nnd sum- - Hv u ;atr , Ky. Thu iay . Oct 27 92 1 I. et CLOGGED BLOOD Vv 1THERS ' Three Injcparablcf Om to miMn.VlRGINIA OMfermdlownmBURLEY One for aroma.TURKISH Ut finest tobaccos perfectly aged I Imer. rase hroom sage or crab pra niateri-a- l I used to mulch the beds lex should be used thnn In the case of wheat straw wince broom sngc nnd crnb grass will nettle cbfely nnd Mulching may smother the plant. in practiced to conserve j of the bed ' moisture, keep down weed nnd keep dirt on of the berries during the following reason. Heat result can i be accomplished only when the prnc-- ' ticc Is carefully followed, the speda- Itat ray. THE BODY Workers Sick and Weak From Exertion Take Glide's Pepto-Mnngan. Mrs. James Raton, Mkw Annie Belle Crutchflrld, of Lancaster were guests Thursday of Mr. and Mr. Wm. Walker. Milton Mr. Tom Ward, Mcsdamc Ward, James Yantis, C. K. Henry nnd two children were shoppers Tuesday In Danville. Mr. an4 Mr. I.nne and son, Klia, Mioses Flonnle Mao and Savnnnh Lane attended the Methodist revival GETjgWEiJ.! at Lancaster Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. I YantU nnd two who toll, either sons, were guests at n six o'clock din physically or mentally, use up en ner of Mr nnd Mrs. laacom I'elhlirey ergy. V hen they overwork they use In iJincaster recently. more energy, anil iimttimes the Mr. William I'arks and iwii, slm, blood gets in a condition. of Springfield have returned home, Without rest the blood can't get nfter a visit with Mr. an I Mrs, bark to normal, so that it become Henry Vater anil family. clogged with waste matter from nnd Mr Carrie Davidson, Men and women run-dow- n Mr. H ft I S " aaaaaaaBB feeling, are the re the were humlay guests of .Mr. ami .Mrs. sults of stale blod depriving the sys Why suffer? Often wnir simple remedy will i , Homer Kay of McCrearyoxygen. tem of help you. ,..' v.,.L..r. .... .in,, nn.il Mr. ami Mrs. (iuy Davidwn and Clay county hns jut completed a Perhaps you have indigestion or yeu are bilious. ,,"'nn' w,,r"' n get OudcV. when they 0M ,iolvn ,w""n series of five community fair raid feel weak an.l run down. They take visitors of Mrs. Carrie Iavidon and Our medicines for indigestion and biliousness to be one of the best ever held in it In either the liquid or the tablet Mr U- - T- - Suttpn Sunday, i have done wonders for other people. Why net give the county. A total of 11,150 per- form. them a trial? Mlc Maud and Heulah Yater, That makes the blood rich son attended the events the number and red and drives out the poisons, and Mr him Parks spent n portion Come in nnd tell ut your troubles, we will be ranging from 850 for the largest atoxygen, carried by the of the pst week with their grund- glad to help you. tendance to J0O for the lowest. little red cells, renews the strength mother, Mrs. I. C. I'richette of Stan- Our drugs are the freshest, purest in the city. I Impor- Splendid exhibits of farm ami home nnd builds up the entire system for.l. All prescriptions fiilled only by Registered products contributed toward making Look for the name "dude's Muxes Lillie Creech, of Ohio, Wil- Pharmacists. Mulching the affairs a real factor in communon the package. ma and Stella Henry' were the at-- j ity improvement, according to a retractive guests Saturday night of port of County Agent I.. A. Clark. Mrs. C. K. Henry. Mr. and Mr. .Mil-Strawberry growers who wish to GUY. ton Word. i keep their plant beds clenn and free . -Mr. and Mrs. John Osborn enter-- " from weeds will do well to avoid (he JMNWIITEftCO. Sorghum making is the order of' Our troubles bore us tainwl the following at an elegant WIW Doel Gold Some use of unclean straw in mulching j the day here. at much as ours bore them ftrkkUtal It tin ilinner Sunday: Mr. and Mrs. Tom' the beds this fall, specialists on the l'oynter was in' Turner, Mrs. A. N. Menda, Mr. and! Mr. Knndolph time Blacken The crop m. Wheat straw is best pro lateral wiiWiM si j our midst Sunday. M. S. Mrs. Wm. llarnes, Mr. and Mrs. vlded It is free of grain kernels since Mr. Harry D. 'lice was a recent' imnn T,.r.Ll.... QLin ,,.,.1 I.... M.. mwi' I M.ii. rV II.. these will sprout in the spring and, Riff Firs .....nv.i. visitor In Lexington. Turner, Mi.es Lucy, Nolie nml Ver-HATFIELD l'n,I,T r,'r,aln u"l''""' KI' who hns been tie Turner. Mollle and Kthel Ham.-- 1 Mrs. J. P Foley with the skin wh''" worn in DENTIST tiite ill. i improving. and Miss Fannie Merida. ! is apt to produce a iliscoloration ,, , , Office ovtr Tha Garrard Hastlu Mi Fannie Merida is visiting Mi 1 FOR Pfeonaa Off! 5. Norn Sams, in Corbin. RatiJanca 37A. re.atives and fnend. of Mrs John-- ,)Ut ,ho rMuU of cfcfmw, f0m1 LANCASTER. - KENTUCKY .Mrs. Joe 'rather visited Mr. Wm. fo Donlin being A'2 years old Griggs Moiidny afternoon. Pr.H I her with a Ktherng at PLUMB A of huf m M th. home of her daughter. Mrs M.v Northrrn Roirn Ryr rrclranrd. of ,h,. wI (,uf(. u llIafkn t..ta (ollina. At noon a M.mptous , ,( f. Hudton Jk Famau. ,hu f ING d.nner wn, served ami greatly en- - , . f Uu, Am W(t , .Messrs. Jake and Oreen Fole Exclusive. pent the past week in Knox county jvftti u uu. .urs. I'ouwn was jne the gold. Oil in ointment, such n recipient of many useful and hand- - cold cream or soap, when not thT .Mrs. .1. I Ilaktr u visiting her some presents. MCCARTHY a inte hour in j oughly waihed otf, will produce the Mr VAA llll.... .n.l Mr. ll .V..r the ..fternoon the crowd reluctantly same discoloration. MIlKIt .DANVILLE. - KENTUCKY. Mos-trs- . A. N. Merida and Henry :: Heatiat, Reafint oPPo.i. Giicher Ho,ei. 15 Tuttle are viniturs in Knox county ncid, which, in connection with gold. Offic Hours 8 to 12 and t to S s.a Standard" v Galteriag. Elc. day nnd wishing her amny more hap-- produces n chemical deposit, Mr. Wm. Merida left Saturday for or o'e n visit with Mr. and Mrs. James Sams py birthdays. Shop Phone 69. Lexiagton St Lancaster, Ky. ate of gold, black In color in Corbin. "A GOOD Mr. anil Mr. Walker spent Sunday CHYSIw" with .Mr. and Mrs. toy 'rather of Foley T 1I band contributed music for the McCreary. some physic, '.he juj. COMMUNITY on Booties Creek MINERAL DIRECTOR ' associevent, the Mrs, Wm. Clark spent Thursday towels, iwi,' Onice Over National Hunk. ation provided food for visitors at with Mr. nnd Mrs. Milton Ward and the liver. VttMr;tm.-roticn- , 5 miles bad brccth. Iteiidenci I'lione 3. Oilier I'limir 27 Success the fair ami citizens contributed the Mrs. C. K. Henry. no rcmtt . . .. I. LA.SCASTF.lt. KY 33 A acres. The fair was dispremium money. '. . . Mr. and Mrs. Hdd Kurtz spent the ommended. h.s A tinctly a community event which wni past week-enlUncock, M.:!.. w . . T I. . . 1. visiting Mrs. I.ula Good house, Foley Cathart ; Tt c successful because of the spirit and Dailey, of Danville. reccr.r-c- r trial and I can hor-- ' Aside from the fact that it was shown, County Agent All in Mrs. Miley lleazley and daughter, them at n mdd but ture iijtivc. Hie featured by outstanding exhibits of U. I.. Cunningham reported. work witlioui Kripni." Give t:uut Josephine pent the day Monday liberal. farm nnd home products the recent VETERINARIAN. rersocv a (rev, li);lit icclinc. with Mrs. J. I Yantis. eommunity fair held in Jlton counStormcs Drug Store Beazley, Calls Antwarad Promptly l. .1. Mr. nnd Mrs. John Hlack are being ty by pesrons who rated with Night, Phona 317 congratulated over the arrival on Ky. County Agent O. L. Cunningham MT. HEBRON. Oct. Hth. of n little son. LANCASTER. (tf.) KIN was probably one of the most unique (Delayed.) Miss Fannie Sutton was the guest ever held in the State. Carpenters Miss F.liza liurke, of Je.4imine, is Friday of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Sut-- j in the county contributed their serwith Mrs. Jno. Hamm. vices toward building pens nnd othton and Mrs. Davidson. McROBERTS DRUG STORE. The Followers of Christ are holder necessary equipment, the town Mrs. Henry Tuttle nnd Miss Dnynie Kunells were visitors Sunday of Mr. ing ii meeting at Sunnyside School houw. and Mrs. Ollie (iraham. Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Crank are very Mrs. C. It. Henry' and little dough-teLouise were guest Sunday of happy over the arrival of a baby boy who arrived on the 20th. Mr. ami Mrs. William Clark. Mrs. Sallie Jcnning, of Lexing Mr. nnd Mr. Mack Turner and -two children were visitors Sunday ton is the guest of her sister, Mrs. v.f rl A. S. Dean for the week. of Mr. nnd Mrs. N'oah Mnrsee. The II. Y. I'. U. which' was or Messrs. Henry Tuttle nnd Tom Itarnes returned Saturday from a vi-- ganized on the 10th., met Sunday evening at G o'clock and had a very with Harhoursvillr relatives. 1 Mils I.ec Anna Osborn was the interesting programme. Mrs. W. L. Crow come home from visitor Sunday night of Miss Daysic the Danville Hospital Friday and is Itunnelb and Mrs. Henry Tuttle. WITH EVERY SUIT OF CLOTHES YOU BUY mother, Mrs. , nil Miss F.vn Merrimnn Mrs. doing nicely. Her Tt.. Caloric U tniJa Green, our splendid teachers were Ucttic Roger accompanied her home ROUND-TRI- P FROM US THERE IS INCLUDED A alul (u.r.nlml I j Ih. stay. week-enguests of thel slunltor Hint. Cuinpanr. iui folks. for a week's M TICKET TO OUR STORE. r a tvery room In your home, upIn.titu. There will be a pie supper and an thai l..i tln q.lllr ltf.n rti.k Meidames Miley lleax'ey and baby stairs and down, wurm ns you want In old time spelling beu at the school hiatlns ap. it when tho blitxards of winter anil Misa Lee Anna Oib rn were rlUncaa for lOi rage outside guests Monday of Mrs. .In ne Van- - building here Nov. 4th. I'roceeds to be used for the benefit of the tcmerntiire controlled as easily til. THE AND school. The girls of the community as prosing an electric button, Mr. Wm. Scott and f r, Mr. It. as well as the school girls are mkei stoves, fuel, asbts. dirt and A. Scott, of Judson, u Mr. (Sene to bring pies. smoke I'unithed from vour rooms. Lexing Scott were recent visit' constitute that ticket, and they never fail to hrintr Atl tlila tiio.lrrii run. Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Dean entertainnml clranllnr.a )ioi mny viiici, InstalllnK Itirrotnfort. lloo. ton. repent orders when once you have tried our tfoods. may by In honor of Mr. n' i'lm Irvli ed Sunday M!ssV.a-flata Kurniti'a. I broth llyrl link. Dean's birthday, Mr. and Mrs. Willie Our ureat line of merchandise is honest from 1ha CalurlC la tha wniitlrrf ul. .l ers. Karl, Joy and Hill the day .'ennings, Mrs. Sallie Jennings, Mis ayatrm of Ionium liuiMiiixa head to heal nnd alt the way through. Willi li.Mllliful, rlrrulalla Sunday with F.lizabcth James Hazel Jennings nml Mr. Allen, e' nana air. J 1.1.1a limiira of elKMrrn luiims or Yater. lass tliroiiifli nr ne atir , Lexington and the members of the They satisfy the demands of men and women 4 aalait l H ta I. laa futl. I Mr. and Mrs. Tom ce. and immediate family. who KNOW nnd CARE, and the constant effort of Ovrr "Woo Calorics Irs usr mny children, nnd Miss L'di In tMa locality tig were Imialltd In ol.l The three months old baby of Mr, the makers is to put out an article that will ive Immca or new usually In a day guests recently of Mr. t Mrs. Tom and Mrs. Clarence Kuylor, of Or hilU Ilia umlar PERFECT SATISFACTION. Dooliu. irionay.dack Kuuranlramanufacturar'a ami our own chard drove died Monday. Afte' I'l'rannal uuarmitra or your cuiuulata Mrs. A M. Merida her funernl serv ces conducted by Hev, for atlstactluii. Remember we give you our uoods when you Sunday r osts Mesda lin () Thor pirn the remains were laid t give us your cash. obrn, T William rest n Mt. Hebron cemetery. Much Turner llarnes. lympnthy is extended tho parents. Full line of funning implements ut all times. Mrs. n l'oynter coin I Mr and Mrs. Wm. Humphrey ant' e wee spen au" er .Mrs. Kllxabeth Unstott ami yr Mfre' I'syi Mr. :r" ughter, Mis Zllda, Mr. I'errj l'oynter. Villi ' Mrs. It. I (irow and sons nd F.lvin and Mrs. M'i I'earhie '1 I BKYANTSVILLE, KENTUCKY. gucsU of Mr. ere week-enendlrr n Mar- the v ee Mrs. A. U. Clark In Matllson twHt 4rwtTm aHBFmPrTI county. cut Whit. iMft Twti.t.r, and blended Clay Community Fairs 20forl5 Attract 3,150 Mrs. W. T. Sutton had for their Sun- The clogged blood virtually with day visitors, Mr. and Mr, duy ers the body. The strained looks Davidson of Lancaster. on pale facts, the thin, bloodies Mr nnd Mrs. Miley lleaxley, Miss, arms, the sunken cheeks nnd necks, es Josephine nnd Dorthy lit alley dead-tired life-givin- Person. I'epto-Maiigs- , Life-givin- g Clean Straw tant In Strawberries. IVpto-Mangan- " McRoberts Drug Store I 1 'nun 4fe J.J.Byrne Optimetritt 1 .n I ,t -- r ,r,. t:,,.. . J I !' hope SPIRIT FOR SALE J. A. Beazlev parent-tencher- i i i Farm Of Marks Fulton Fair. . d I- co-o- .( from Lancaster, containing barn and grass. Or. Printus orchard. Terms Clarence Lancaster, Walker osso r, WE GIVE ROUND .Of.- -- TRIP TICKETS it inWNTEA d mllllun-.tiiU- )n. PRICE THE QUALITY lut-enl- '" HASELDEN ''n-te- r. BROS. Becker & Ballard - d mgrn Tha Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday Oct 27, 92 1 1 RAJLMAD PLAN TO BARGAINS FOR FARMERS WITH PRICES GET RATES DOWN Propose te Reduce Wafts antf Return all Savinis by duction in Charges FULL TEXT OF Btatemtnt Re- nun mil; r In Urn light !.'.. mures, til li Inalilft-e- l llMt tlie .u ntil tcdiiiltoh' o wages until .rlne.l lijr (In ltior lU.trd, r twit estimated .it from !D to I 'J ill III) kPII.' 111." ii n ! tliu pib-("in of lutitir nut n n.i my in makes poasthie fur tl,.. nillriM.ls tu apprntlmntcly mail wsgea In ihe J'.M.vl.miH.iM) .diunin Artteif Aa ejnee's Sale (.AllRAKD COUNTY COURT I. ( Davidson, a Assignee of W. K. Whittakcr, on Petition. Purausnt to n Judgment rendered Tor Three Oeneret teste on October 10, l'J'JI, in the above Have MadaChlU Krth styled case, the undersigned, I.. G. Catiar By Ualn ; fJ Davidson, as awlgnoo of VV. K. Whit-taki7 nnd for nnd on behalf of Annie I.ee Whittakcr, will sell at public auction to the highest nnd best bid. dcr on tht premise, on the Richau turnpike in mond and Ijincaster ITCMI (iarrard County, Kentucky, about .tu ituiiii. totmiKMdni.1 aaar .. Hast a half nuj C4AoC..Birt.M Atuatt . one andKentucky,miles 10:30 of o'clock, at M., or thereabouts, on A. iifTiini H Thousand, tllilllHltlll riitiK-- t Inn of Indeed, during the pint hue lcch hnlwouii fnur freight rule tu Rat,, in Already Reduces) their rotmiti. In TV XPECttlSL MOTHERS Of Land. that WILL PLEASE PROPOSAL mi WAGONS llmi Lighter ami Last Longer. HARNESS The Hest That Money Can Huj TURNING KOKO.MO PLOWS That Hun Right and are Guaranteed. WIRE FENCE the kind when put up stays up. Has no .sand hole Composition & Metal jRoof Steel and Gahaiii.ed. easy to put on. and is HOUSE PAINTS The heat on the market ami at prices that will make you huy. LINSEED OIL Not Cotton Seed, hut the purest of Linseed Oils. Our Repair Department for Wagon. lttiggies and Implements of all kinds, Is complete. REPAIR DEPARTMENT W. J. ROMANS I T ASTER K Vldom I an n"et which t' fu-never caret to poe' Marriage I a t;aniln.' In witu-- t'ie The man who penk soft ) k'e's a . public invariably backs the wimx;r hard punch on the jaw The lath of duty I seldom over Th man uhu touts hi own horn More often it I is always wondering how much ofj grown with I weeds. the other fellow heard. it The kini; of JuKO'Stavia has udupt-e.- l Looking Into the future would bej a novel means of invirutk.' hi life a bully kuoiI thin If we could onlyj select the thtnif we would like to see He rentalnt in Paris Shoe that tit "re not by women . way worn i Kr. That koiiKressionul komiiiitt.-in The penon who talks without klan ha is not always to be cen, fstisratini; the ku klux lured There i a height to which konkluded there I nothing kontrary to law requirini; invetit;atliiu some brain cannot ascend. thlnVIm- - i Money Makes Money Nearly every .self made man in the United State.s started in life at the bottom of the ladder by WHKN YOUNG. Yenr after year ho added to his savings. In time his opportunity came, Mid HK HAD TIIK NKCKS-SARMONKY WITH WHICH TO SWIN(. IT, because he had SAVED HIS SURPLUS. KEG INNING TO SAVE MONKV Y THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. Capital $50,000. Honor Roll Bonk Surplus 450,000. Why They Smiled. t had been tu N dance lh night It was Victor Hugo who conceived this thought ' The true resistance of before and a my foot hurt mo Iht roan against catastrophes I an nu( nctt day I took oir my shoe and kept uentatlon uf Immunity Low one an- tuy feel tinder my .lck, I had Just ami wa deeply other, aid on.' uiiother. Solidarity of alarted In lh letter that I huh inrji Is the retort to complicity of myswhan my l.- - mll.il tne I Ms terious facts. It Is thus that I uu earth the third term of the tils olthv whero he ami M oilier men were holding a I itilikly grand human formula, fraternity from my ihair and walked In the way of Juiiimi put oliiHi-lliberty and equality, they will come In Into hi office-- forgeliliis my shm-s- . i their lime. In plte of the inoiiiinliy ; I Ui'tlml Hint the Irjliuj Inird imt lo Iiiiii;Ii ami I Imally uuks equality In spile of the Hut fraternity I Ihe oi'iiiUk door, the up tu the fact that I did not hats my h.' nil ClilniL-.- . American, hand." eniptjlng pur.-- , the Fraternity th. Great Need. l)irlllng tratt-acrlhli- eatab-Itshe- d in.-i- w.-n- ' w ) 'asBBHnntu Capital $50,000.00 Surplus $0,000.00 Honor Roll Bank. 4 per cent paid on tirae Call and see us. J. J. Walker, President. V. drill U 'I (Milnt I often madu that agriculture ii till other Industrie lift- - al MAKKSBURY sulTerlng tliu same ItiiniilluM difft'ullunliw a Itnftllic In t'lilraco. ' of iculties ui the rullr I. why, thorr- of tlm tirnMilHit tolur II. fori-- , ilo not Mr.-- . rallr.mil In th lienrly all the leuJine Kyle Iom hoUk'ht a cow and r.nlroiii take tuelr iiiedlilne in... ,ii,),.,.y t Tin- iiitititry. Mr Thotiin, lx Witt calf fur 17(5. II'" In scleral fact Ilia .ivirl Jll.m of Hull of I l.t ome fat --.lto.it Jan. Itoyston The niltlromi vny r.lcutbo-- , tiiu.tr the fullimln were imt im were ull.er Induitrlc. to (T 7 cts. per Hi. atiiti'tii.tit of the AiMUtl.ili of make .hurt: At il .liirlinr tli )inr of I toy Muberloy sold 12 hnu at 74 Jtullrtii) KteituUea IihIh), It wa, iletar prosperity, nmliiij the p. ct-- . per pountl Oi.noil by the rallruaiU of Dm United rtittiiil.iti.iii .if u .iim.i... ... .i.i.. extreme a.lterslty. Mitten. Keek tu tirltii.' alMint a retltictlon owr Hi.. pr-- cnt K.I. Clark l.l a bunch uf hogt at In that lid ... ..niinc in u,r report of tlio inter In rulei ami an a nirii 7 'i ct. per pound. talc r.iiiiiii.T.e oiiiiiiu.iuii, the rati In irwent rallnm.l ii rr.lin-tl.iitu wild a 3.r.0 lb. Min' Kettle Itoy-to- n which have intllele III II I l of return on properly uXof the railroad of the fnlt.il Stale hot; t !(ili.-Mte uf the .reiM-iiat 7 cti per pound for tli.- - past .e.eral years ha b.n niill.-Htlot- i will tie lllil'le lllillieAll Northern Roten Rye recleaned. iillittely In the I'lilte--I Stulen Uallruad III. follow Rat, of Return Earned by Railroad, Hudson aV Farnau. In v.Mite l.ilmr lloaril for u of the United t.tatct an Their iiitlli-len- t uf train nenl.-- einphij.-.- Mr. (!eo. Aldridtte, who has been Property Invettment to retnuin the irtimlniler uf the Insick for vveral weel remain about ., crease) toaile Ii) the Iibnr Hoard' no.IHI.I .". r.r. the ame. Jerlilon uf Jul) :0, 1!:0. -. IIUI i i;.. Im.iUe a further rediiitlon of uiproil I!H.--. Mi l.ucretta Skinner, of ltnra-, .' i .mill fur Ill.llrly trll pet re.lli with Mis ter spent the week-enear I!il i lld-iitl'ill III the Miii;e of all other H.lse il Hie; llettie Ilruner. uf rallritftd tnlior ' the golnr rate Il'ie. '.iifiiiliir Ve.ir . . . , for iirh Inlxir In eerul terrliorien j! mi I I politician have been suarnt mi wlli'te tlie itirrlun operule - i,;r-- itij- - like bees with their M't smile and mm To Reduce Rate a. Wage, Go Down o :r."- -. friendly hand shake. Hie fureKilliK a. turn la lip.ni the mi j Ilr.1i . with! thill ""r,"B .in. iirrentl) Mr.. Kyle !om and dauhter. Mi JV r -. the ii i.ili.-- r II were II ll redui tloli the 1S ndinu several day in er hirte protliH. uben the M'"- - 1,n' of Ihm rettllrtion llio i.tttntn..d hall to.ikii.kSotneret with relative". llh the iiitirurreiii e of the Inter- I'rxei. of fit rut priMlu.t, .'.ml the -- r ! i ..ii.n.,..i.. ...urii.s io uni.euM or Mut. ...miners Mr. ntiil Mw. Karnet Cosnev am! hrltht-- . railroad III iaed on to the ubll- In i the te ,'wmin.il the inrmns it.oti tin,... ......- rhil.lren Mietit isuntlaj with Mr. anil it. ti.. n rtvuuiiiiim " ' aitiitii), iNiinmu i mrr In m far lhl reduction held uiililn terj nnrr.m- - htnlta nnd Mrs. Shearrin, of Junction City. h.ll hae heen made in the mean that the) Imte iliirlnt; the p.in four Mr. and Mrs. Troy Horn: and chil Iiti.-i- l )enm prii:rr-iiel- ) Ulue dren have returned from (SeorKelown Road, Handicapped Mere Than tipDie iiiiiiiaKi'iiiei.t-- I.ae where they have been visiting rela Other Bu,ine,s. In ie on Hit i tiur of their I lie rullnwiiW yntion 'f the im i t Im tlie ul.c.-l- - of tire to l.p..ri.ll..M ...l.u. ...... .. . ... ,, IimIii riul intHIt) h.ne rl...i the puhl i for ...... .....Ite ...........l.r .MIS.- -, Ul iruuiiu, iwuiaufi tn.lil...rli.ii.,i, ....1... ut..... i.rli,,.. .I...... .1..... .. lilr ,l,,..... Doolin, of Somerset, spent last s on i. inl dities to tli- - entile pulili. lniille.1 h) puhl.i- atithorlt)'. and tbe iimI that ..iiietliiiiir mti- -t .lone to "r'" '" ,,,r3 large rerpf.-t(nol.ihl) for week with her cousin, Mis Ola n i.. tart them niorit) n a Dunlin returning home Tuesday. inir ll.e sitUHti.u. wlilih lonrriilits the ,'"" "e.l I.) piil.li. niithority. 'I'lm Mis' Delia Kice Huehes of .lhiii wlil.li tbey are 'I'tif ",M nulnuil. i eireiiu-l' '" earn a return uik.u their in I'.e.n rii.lied a net railspent the week-enwith Miss etinent or to unVr . Indurement ...... Susan K. Sutton and attended the uperatlnc iniume of ahutit $:. .............. to ..... r i.tln..f .... ......I...I iH.. ,bm. Alice Sut k'lVetl by Ml ,.,.r Slll.lan.iaai.uaial.il een this hetleri.lenl. . eretniely llltllled r, ihw. I. um riidroails niifht ton. aiii.niiit of it.' iiiiiiii.n In. itiii.il t.ui k mail pa) foi .r...r r re.ded from le're. therefore, to redme their Mis Alice Sutton gave a success-th- e . It wllp, lioteriiineiit of itpprmliiniteh I'harce. it. tnn.. ef ful P"' "PPr last Saturday evening ,,.. i1M1 il,,,, i.o.iinti..,,. ,h. U s.ui.aii.s. ,i. oprtutluti" of that )enr alone nrt. eon- - founding their n.tloti do not tiermlt at Mason. $3:1.00 was realized nnd t uIcmmI, an aitn.ii efle. t .. broad and ela before titak will be appropriated on the library, -" . it " it.n it.iutit rrv properl) xvnch in.-- uii) iiii.mun.e tor eitner ine j, building for the V Ilk I . . .. a I. ait lia.f 1. at - ..f I i , f ai.lta.lalai.ila '" IMFI IIIUV Hit liiviitl " IMIBt-A playlet proceeding the supper was ... erhui. .leor... restri.ie.l The tmr eiul.-.'"i. Iwn iirted iia.n the rail. much enjoyed by those present, n sloii 111 ull l.ruiiih.- - of liidittr) and) marked of the market de- - roads that u tediiiiion In rates will pecinlly the port played by Mater ii.ai. mr nii.rine pn..-- . oj i.hsi.- imrea.ed Kugene Sutton, who personated the lu.Mlltlf. tesiiltiiig in a erv erlona iranle will . int.it the carrier fromr ?. It, u nul....lnn I. l'"K" i III.' lo fulillir- - l.(T 11. Ilia I.. . line ,.r IniHI.. Inr t noaoa Korced to Deter Maintenance."" ' ranroml itialiuceuient can There are a few of the "gents' In this Itiialloii. a ti.ll.-of the . ""' dlrulse from llirinselTe that this type of women who still remain in . n. r. ... lio.st lidd mid of p.lHinlng supgesilon and ami . tiltlns to Ihe he upkeep that an u.herse result of the rxxrl-o- f our neighborhood who believe in the women the .prupertle!. ..... HdoMtil. by the "irnt would he tlljttrnu not onlv i. I "Pauline ... Regime" . .that wii , .. ....... .. . .. . ... ... . . i i.... me ira- -t 01. tl.u .it......i. ..in i. me ptinur, w : mu iii .. .niu.mu-" nose i snoui.i oe Keepers at nomc anil tne iietle,-tiil and for the time deferriiic . transporta-- ' voting and hold offices. work which must 'oiiqtieiitl the rallmad man while do the together r and at Ae "on an all different typo .t.itirlm.ir futuie ! ami paid for ageineiits mini. it Justllled In plae. 1'lils I llliiltat.l h) the fact that I '"C the.f lu.tninieiitHltle,. ,. essen-a- - of woman wa heard to say "I betu the fttl.lt. welfare, at the of September . p.r.'i, lieve that women ought to hold of. t, rr Id per or 371,421 In nuuihrr. of the Hr"' f sm h uu eiperiment based swipr lice they ought to have done it freieht ran of the carrier were In upon mh a couj.sttire. bad order t t.il neisllng repairs, us Farmers Especially Need Low,r Rates years ago, There is no more nice ogulnat a iintiiiul of bad order cur It Is ttldent. hosteter. that eiistlnc ties among women than men and )K fUr. transpirtatlon charges bear In many they will stick to their work better." of not more than lui.usi ther llluslnilnl h) the deferre. and caj.e a dlsproponlnate relationship lliadeqjale tii.iliil.-n.in.-of other!'" Ihe prlie at which commotlllles A memorial tablet has been erect he sold In the market and that eulpmetit and of ruudwaj nnd lrue-'rj existing labor and other costs of ed for the mules that perished in the tire Ctnn under those and , transportation thus Imposed upbn war. Thi will be appreciated by thl Inrse hill chnrgtil up as.ilnst 'luslry and aurlculture generally a whii-lI hurden greater than they should the overseas vets who are without Ihe riiturr must mh.ii he pro Mded for uml nld if the earner, are r This is especially true of merl- the price of n meal. culture The railroad managements in perfonn kiit .ei.fullj, tiIPr trnn th,. uit iM.rtntloii ilutl.-s of ohtj ar" feeling sensitive to and for the llr. eight nioiitlik of this! Pt'hetlc with the distressing situa-M- r the latest mailable figures, has ",,n ml J'slre to do eterylhlng to been at a tale of net railuav opernt a"1''! In relieving It that Is cumpatl-Hi- t OF ALL KINDS OF HARDY I.ef,.re prmldlnc for inter I "I'" w'lh their duty to furnish the t or illtldemN. amutiiulug tu only tranKrlatlon which the public must TREES, SHRUBS, HEDGE. " tl iht cent tier annum ..n tin. mlim. hioe GRAPE VINES, ROSES, M ,h'' momeut railroads In many II. hi of the carrier prnpenU-itiadn by Paying o cents as hour tne iiiieratate roinuierte Coiiiuils.iii EVERPERENNIALS, labor when similar in Iho reieut rule iae, uu amount not' ",r erklng nloncslde the lent to .ii) the ntertit on their' ,)0r ' GREENS. ETC. easily be obtained by . ruai1" uml bond I them at L'O cent an hour The rait. is recommended in our cataRoads Earnlnas n.lnw I roa',' ,,f country paid in 1S20 a able Returns log. Price list and Kuide h s'mwlng.1 ,0,l' ,,f onslderalily over 11,300.000,. It u miimfe,t. from thl Unit the rule of return of .14 or Hi""" " "nsauiro laoor alone. How. FREE to every one interested desirable It may bo lo uav Uils r tMr colli r.tr lli. tlral I.... in Kootl nursery stock. chedule of wage,. It la iliin h I. licit. lUeil In the Tr.nnor ' or No agents. Act a. a tnliiliitit'ii reinniiahle TlV," ,,"'4, 11 ,,annot u,, P1'1 " of earning unless tbo ludus- return uim nillroitd liielinciil. has trie which use the railroads are cap- H. F. HILLENMEYER & SONS Hot been approximated own much lem and that the pre- auie in meeting sucn charges Lexington, Ky. The railroad, and th rou Kit them sent hlzli rates uiiiirdliiel) are not due to mi) taliilor) cuaninlee of the people generally, are also hamfor there l no stnli guar-stiil- pered In their efforts to economise by a schedule of working rules und conditions now 111 iilialytlng the evtu-tiawhich from Ihe periodIn force as a heritage of I'ederal control lime largely brought about this tdtu ) me uaiiroau iaoot v'-titlon. li l'ositivcly no fo.x hunting or hunt-o- f ..i. I.... .i.... i... i... conditions nr.. expen- tte lamest contributing rsuss U any character or trespassing on ! uneconomic and unnecessary labir cut ,r,,m "" l,olnl railroad uur farms. Any violators will be Ttidav tl... n.itr,,.i By Thoma, DeWItt Cuyler, Chairman of Iht Aaaoelallon of Hallway Executive, en tha Situation. ed tin nrt merrl) prm t.-XI I llllllllatloll of lit- - inre tliiin fur iiiihIk, rui tliu r.ilinlliiii. Imlittduit rcdm-thai- i on .H.m.rt ruilmifiJ lit )mr there and the th er ate. li.it n amounted tn nxlni'tiiiiii In wage mill on muti) other rail, Il i, hi Wage 4lsm return in operations, but ii the further ljn-caste- r, SATURDAY, OCTORER 'J'J, t2t, tnlr, lit B) -- l.lhle liii-itiii-i- ' i - w - . (hlihouhl 11 , l )i-a- liiiln-irle- j I ..... - e.-i- - U-e- . tle. ' - ll. Im- in iiiii-ii.-- ) '' permlt-rtnlroad- s - d . ei '"' j.-n- pen-ehr- n. , . llilrrt W W 11 . aa . l es-I- "t ' ill.-ll- -- lni - ' """' aile-iuat- f,-- r hnn-cen- ( h i ri-- syra-lion- Fall Planting. . s rir n.. "" "n the real citato mentioned in the pleading- - and dvcribcil as follows 1st. Tract, on the dividing water of Sugar Creek and Gilberts Creek 4 mile Knst of the City of about Lancaster. Ky , and bounded ai fol lows; Ileginning at a point in the middle of intersection of the Iincaster and Richmond Turnpike and I,. & N Railroad, in line to Price Urother and corner to port sold to Robert Rurnide: thence with said Burnslde and middle of railroad N. fiT.li. W 3.Sy chain to a point 22 links South of middle of track. .V. 45, W. .10.9.1 chains to a point about 10 feet South of North right of way line, N. 55, W. crossing track twice 0.81 chain to a point 10 feet North of middle N. 77 i, V 1.0'J chain to a point in middle of track and corner to Burn-idthence leaving railroad along the Southeast side of Harris Lane, S. 77 . W. 1.10 chains to a point 2 feet North of middle corner to Ferguson with Ferguson. S. 26 M. K. VlfS't chain to corner post in a wire fence. S. 104. W. 10.50 chains, S. 1 V. 0 Di chains to the middle of Lancaster and Richmond Turnpike, corner to same; thence with middle of Mtd pike. S. 72, E. 2.25 chains. N. 88 . E. 11.20 chains to a point at North edge of metal. S. 70 l. E. 2.4.1 chains. S. 43. K. fi.25, S. 80 4. E. 5.00 chain to a point at South edge of metal, N. 77, E. 1 1.0'J chains to the beginning, containing 05.127 acres counting to the middle of the f railroad, but of railroad right of way is to be deducted which leave a net area of 0J 417 acres. 2nd. Tract: On the headwater of Sugar Creek, beginning at a leaning locust between two gates on Harris Line, corner to Oeorge Spoonamore and Noah Marsee; thenco with Msr-ie- e and with middle of Harris Lane, S. 78, W. 0.52 chains to a point in middle of I.. & N. R. R. track and middle of lane and corner to Pope other land: thence with middle of said R. R.. and with Pope. S. 77. E. 1.0U chains to a point 11 feet North of middle, S 544. E. crossing track twice 0.84 chains to a point 8 feet South of North right of way Tine, S. 33 U. E. 11.00 chain to a point about 10 feet South of middle of track, S. 44 i, E. 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 Rettie R. Henry: thence a new line to Rettie R. Henry. E. passing E. gote post of N. a gate in the North right of way line at .51' chains in all 8,'J7 chain to a fence post on a ridge North 374. E. 17.84 chains to a point in line to Vm, Rurnett and a new corner to said Henry; thence with Burnett, N. 20, W. y.l5 chains to a point 44 links Southwest to a forked elm bush on East side of Harris branch, in line to John Conn and corner to said Burnett (a marked honey locust standing in fence, on East side of E. 2.68); branch bear N. thence up Harris branch with said. V. 1.10 chains to Conn. S. middle of east edge of stone pillar standing in branch and ten feet West of white oak stump, S. 30 U. W. 0 chains to a point online stone ledge at N. W. edge of bars, 52 V. W. 4.80 chains to a point Southwest of n marked mulberry and 30 links S. 72, standing on E from a large elm East side of Harris Lane, corner to said Conn; thence N. S44. W. falling into middle nnd with said lane at 15 chains In all 1S.31 chain to 10.71 the beginning, containing acres and deducting the amount in R. R. loaves the net Being the same area of 45 acre. conveyed to V. E. Whittaker land and Annie Lee Wiiittnkcr, by W. L. I.awson and wife, by deed dated January 1. 1021, recorded in Deed Book No. 11, page 100. (Iarrard County-Clerk1 e; ,, one-hnl- 30. 48, 48. right-of-wa- y '. OlTice .... eer "". in separate parcels or tracts and then a u whole, nnd the bid or bids realising tint most money he will accept, and Said asiignee nnd trustee, Davidson, wilt offer said land tint L. G. privilege i. reserved to reject any and all bids, if said assignee deem best. The purpose of tlti sale is to set tle the assigned estate of W. TERMS. The sale will be made on a cerdit of six nnd twelve months, and the purchaser or purchasers will be re ipuired to execute bond with approved security for f the purchase price payable to said L. G. Davidson, as assignee, and bearing six per cent interest from date until paid, due in nix and twelve months respectively, and bond for the other half of the purchase price payable to himself ns ngent und trustee of Ann.u Lee Whittaker, and bearing siv per cent interest from dote until paid, due in six and twelve months respectively, having the force and effect of a ment upon which execution 4 sue, and a lien will be reserve t i n the property sold until tliu )" ae one-hal- . Attention Hunter iUru 1 do-posi- ts. P. Champ. Vlco.l'rcildcnt. W. O. Rlney, Ass't. to the President. I., (i. Davidson, Cashier. J. I.. Clll. Assistant Cashier. W. P. Miller, Assistant Cashier. Mrs. Naomi Hamilton, Teller. .. CITIZENS NATIONAL LANCASTER, KY. BANK. Conwr hiklic Square aad Daaville Street. uf f i.M,m,m. sm Iscreaas. eas Uvrersnieiii tesjk ckargv sf else rsM sms Act. the A'" .hit i.it.riiiM liBU not si. eded tbo mini uf ubout l,4tlS0OO, Ut nniiually In lien, when goiem Uieiilul uuthorll) made Uie last wags increase Ihe labor cusl of ihe railroads wits about MaiHUa),ou0 an anally, or. If coutliiu.it throughout tin ur Instead uf fur Ihe eight uwnlbi during which Ihe wi.-- lncreusea wen tu effect the labor un us annual asla, would hate been largely In , e T..t l- .hI. ........ ..... l- ii? ... sWkk! A" .. , usrr. isss "u iit, n in aicoruaiu-- wun rapmiy conditions and th great variety of local cons derations which ought tu control wages In different parts of the country The railroads are seoklug lo have iheso rules and working condition abrogated. The railroads will seek a reduction In wages uow propoi-eby first requesting the ksncllun of the Itallroad Ijbor Hoard. The railroads will d with all possible dispatch, acd a soon as Iho Itallroad Uibor Hoard shall hate given Ita assent to the reduction uf wages the general redaction Is rates will be put Into of- e pro-ree- ci r ash prosecuted. W. S. Embry, W. A. I'rice, T. J. Price, Kd and N. D. Trice, Fisher Herring, Crit Meadows, Ansel John Collier, J. S. Schooler, loe Criscillis, J. M. Criscillis, Robert Speake, Ccorgo Conn, Jim Conn, Henry Arnold, Morion Johnson, W. K. Whltaker, Tom Conn, J. M. Meadows. W. T. King--. John Rich, .'am Rich, J. C. Conn and J. P. Adams, R. I. .Arnold, Mrs Victoria Anderson, (I. T. Ballard, Sr., K. L. money Is paid. Woods, li. L. Kelley, Donehue L. G. DaviJiou, Attune of Brothers. II. (J. King--. W. E. Whittaker. Trustee and (Otbtr aaatrs will s sddsd ussa Agent of Annie Loe Whittaker. ths aayment of 2S ctnta.) L. L. Walker. Attorney for l G. tf.) Davidson, Assignee k Trustee. Mca-lows, . ju. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Oct 27, 92 1 1 1 BCaMDHHW f SPEC i lout whose sanction wo would The call for a limitation of not live another day, or hour, 'armament and the settlement er minute. of the far eastern question is I ! IAL PRICE inadequate as our answer may be, is it not sufficient for you? Cio to church Sunday! is Another Strike Those arc the most dreaded of nil words to the average American, and they are heard A few high gride Buggies on hand. Cone entirely too often for comfort. Where is this eternal strugand get yours before they are gone. gle between labor and capital to end, anyway? To what lengths will each side eventually go in order to force the other to subjection? Are we to go on forever living in constant dread of comat leu than factory prlcea. Now is the time mercial paralysis simply be to buy. cause a small per cent of the population insists upon fight lug each other, to the utter tie moralization of all of the rest of the people of this great country? Are we to remain satisfied "Live and Let Live Folk.." with a congress that has the laws that icQ power to provide all strikes G 31 111 3 will forever end Pun.ap, Margaret Mliott, Mario Cot-novices. . II without injustice to either side. .f. Fl ' ' flL. ' n"ml'' "" rtl.in.IKf, He is right. It i proper for County School Fair. The Central Record word we utter, every thought and yet refuses to take such the press to report the proceed On Saturday, Oct 2'Jth, we hope Mien Mimirr ami Mr.IsJnip Cotton. Mis Helen Culley on the slrk n mis lodgment in our action? issue) Weekly. $1.10 a Year. mat ings of the conference in tie. to welcome on our ground every list this w,rk. We hope she. will Are we to be hampered for tail, hut brain these and all other chool Payable ia A4eaae. be bark in school. editors. Washington with child in the county, together things are known to Him who ever with a government that correspondents its tencher and friends at 0:30. and politicians Saturday morning, starting from Many pupils attended the J. E. ROBINSON. Editor, made us and who will judge has the right to demand, and will do picnic Saturday and report wfll to refrain from the school building, the children of I, ...... hll.l tt!.ntl it L .ELKIN. Local Editor ami Mgr. us when the nf rai, ami - ....! breath of life yet is satisfied to beg and unnecessary "" oi ml .h.I i county will all join In n comment or sug the plead in its futile efforts to gestion. the Post Office in Lan- leaves our earthly clay. tatercd at to the Court House to inspect some A number of young people went to God endowed us with into prevent these periodical erup Mall caster, Ky., as The wise man knows when of the work of the pupils nnd listen Cartcrsvilte Saturday on a chestnut Matter. ligence that we might work out tions? idiort program. to keep silent. Only the fool to hunt Many chestnut? were bought, The prizes in nil the contest have hut few found. Labor and capital are not toots on forever. our own destinies. Fame A JvrtMue RiprMMMn. been very liberally donate! by our He calls His servents to the the only ones to be considered Ml Faye King had for her werW THE AMERICAN PHK55 A5SOCIATK3N patrons and friends. end visitor Mis Huby Crrs. o( Danministry that they may point n these never ending disturb Thi coming together mean much ville. Laacattcr, ly.. Odtbcr 27. 1921 out to us the glories of para ances, l lie great mass or the School Of Americanism for nil of u. A comparison of We are glad to report that Uiero We have our schools for the work done should help each of in to dise and the agonies of eternal people have their rights but were only a few Injuries r.trir. education of the young, and be more efficient. Mat For Political AaaoaacetaeaU. perdition. hey are seldom respected. In the game Friday, U r'or Precinct and City Offices.. $5.00 The voice of God pleads with We doubt if they are ever our trade ami other institutions staged 00 I'. M. a field meet will be Misa Marie Cotton spent the tei k. on l.envell Field, 'under the County Office, ...10.00 us through them, that life ever taken into consideration by for the advancement of adults. end in town last week wif. Mi- -, For State ami District Offices.. 16.00 Every conceivable need in directorate of County Chapter Ameri- llairl Champ. can Red Cro. For Calls, per line...... .16 lusting may be ours, but the either side. Unquestionably labor is en this respect seems to have been Lauils aiMl U.. For Cards, per line .10 divine hand will not stay our Foot Rail. For all publications in the Inter, steps if wc choose to repudiate titled to a fair and just com- provided for except one. Paul Morrow (looking at Lancaster High lo.t to Danville We need schools of Ameri hut Friday in a hard fought game. yd. of Angora wool that est of individuals or expresme ucot mat we owe to our pensation in proportion to the had sion of Individual views, per expense of living. The labor canism institutions where the Our boys were badly handicapped, bought) "What are you guiag to line ..... ... . .10 Maker. immigrant may be in but at times it looked like they do with that!" be ibituavies, per Una ... M The church is not essential ing man should not men made his own language the taughtand would win anyhow. We hope to Koto to mnU value who to the worship of God. The the goat by other for my sweater." have all our regulars in next Friday duties of American citizenship and take Richmond Madi'nn off their Paul "A collar?" true christian needs no edifice seek to convert their millions DEMOCRATIC TICKET uciorc he is turned loose to feet from Mart to llnish. I.ula "Yes, what do ywu ok u in order to commune with into billions. for. a sash!" For Stat Seaatar Capital has a legitimate roam the country at will. divinity. God follows us on Physical Eitrcii. I'aul "Well , J. E. ROBINSON ,ij't .now, I If institutions of this kind our journeys, He is with us in right to a fair return upon its I'nder the direction of Miss San thought maybe you wele i i ..lit investment, and it should not couui ue esiaoiisned in our ders, the girls of the Junior nn.l Sen- - make the sweater out of It "ir to For Circuit Jaslge our homes, in our offices, in the a the ' CHARLES AHARDIN factor', and the field where- - be wrecked by labor or by any seaport cities and every im- ior High Schools have physical train-- , way the girls wear them ti migrant be required to take Ing from 3:15 to .1:15 Commonwealth', Attorney over wc are. He also is there, other agency. Sanders "Ruth. HI Capital is dependent upon a prescribed course we believe Thi !s the first year Ijincasteri 4"u, EMMET V. PURYEAR silently reaching out His arms "u "ile io throw 4 your much of the unrest of this High School has had physical train-- 'hewing and pleading with us to em abor and labor is dependent gum." Ing and it is certainly appreciated For Ruth "Its not mlnr,,, brace the holy cause that re upon capital, and the great country would be eliminated in by every girl. We think this is a ROBERT II. TOMLINSON, JR. At any great improvement in our school and ' ',u'n Scat, Tom, don't l i throw moves all of the fear and sting body of people are at the future generations. For Couaty Judge rate it is worth a trial. we are sure the public approve of m chewing gum outl mercy of both. of death. J. C. WILLIAMS it. nation emerging from the Ml The church is His school Sexton "Lucille, I n.. 11 y we're K .. I. For County Attorney You can't have good health with wreckage of a great war and late house and the bible is His tex- Cnlli.. uh J "''uc,"? thl morning?" W.li.. GREEN CLAY WALKER n disordered stomach. "Hecau.e sohof. Niton book. The minister is His till seeking to recover from stomach disorder with Correct your viva! for the past three weeks at the' . Tanlac and long period of business de " K 1 nrnv McthodUt Church, took charge ofl' For Circuit Clerk teacher and wc are His pupils. you will keep well and strong. I... JAMES B. WOODS, JR. nl'-- i. Miss lt0binon-"W- hat The public school buildings pression is in no condition to It. Stormes Drug Store. . which was followed by n musical ....C Cajnr withstand a widespread sus .......... "...II HIMIU. I.IHDU Wtn:"' ,. .... For Sheriff are used for the secular educa . am nn.l .nr. urenKiuni ii) .ir. Virgil "Ouch!" DAVE SANDERS tion of our children, that they pension of business activity Union Services fell. Mrs. Calli played the violin Lee, Deputies, Ashby Arnold, H. lab- may have success, happiness through a quarrel between and Mr. (irenfell the llute and pic"Can At Pleasant Grove. colo and sang some Scotch song and meMiwho ilurchett head uti oe UdJ For County Clerk is at the and contentment in this life. r und capital, whether it be of Stand other selections. We enjoyed this anl Oil Company?" mines or other MISS FANNIE DOWD1 N The Pleasant tirove nn.l Ilryant-villThe church is for the spiri- railroads, llil.le Schools will hold n Union very much anil hated to see them II. Denny "Mr. Jesse Swoi.e. tual education of our children raneh of industry. For Jailer If the government hasn't service Oct .'10th., at Pleasant Grove leave Lancaster. DAVID ROSS and of ourselves, that we may Tanlnc made af root, church. ua und School Orchestra enjoy the transcendent bless- the power to force each side This is alio the final Sunday of the barks and contains no m! nsU or For Magistrate The school orchestra which wa or- opiate. ings of that higher life yet to to a controversy to adopt a Rally, which they have undertaken. Stormes Dr Stare. J. II. CLARK reasonable and just attitude Kveryone is invited to attend n gunizd sometime ago, conists of the It. R. L. BARKER come. following: Mattie Mae Hubble, Lena In the theatre or upon the toward each other, then it thi is probably the lint cooperative Henry, Kdgur Creech, Jullinti F.lliott, The great trouble with g . n opby ever undertaken REPUBLICAN TICKET given that power by movement toiild be Cecil Henry, I'aul Schooler, Louis portunities is the fact that ! y sel athletic field we find relaxschool of different denominations. ongress, and it should, be cm For Magistrate tn Creech, Itichard dom tarry long enough f ls ation from our daily toil. This i. also the first of n series of Haselden, Allen NOAH MARSEE, JR loyed without fear or favor. revival meetings to be conducted by Henry und Donald Kites, Under the catch them. In the church wc acquire the There is only one place for Rev. Holder. There will be services instruction of Mis Wilder it is hop. The man who is dltuitl ..! with sublime knowledge and faith the official of a corporation twice dally during the following cd that it will soon be able to render his station in life is taking rung that enables us to properly engreat xervice to the school. Why Go To week. joy the relaxations our earthly who conspires to profiteer at Service, begin promptly at ten A great many from LancnMer at road toward a better ene. the expense of his employees. o'clock. Como and enroll as a regu- tended the ball game at Danville Church Sun lay? bodies crave. .1 Prosperity is doing It to 'way, Every normal mind seeks hat place is inside of a jail. lar pupil if you are not n member last Friday. Those from school were come to life, but there If you were suddenly .died the following: Misses Helen Clllley, some influence waiting to c There is only one punish of any other school. upon to answer that qu ion, worldly knowledge. That is Harry P. Edwards, Supt. Jane Hasvlden, Uivernu Hicks, Knyc to insensibility again. ment suitable for the labor what would your answt be? not difficult to acquire. Every normal mind should czar who lashes his followers "Ilccause it is the per Card Of Thanks thing to do," some mig know- into acts that are unjust and say also imbibe spiritual etrimcntal to themselves as Wv desire to express our sincere But why is it the per ledge. That is less difficult to thing? acquire. It is even free is well us to the rest of the peo gratitude to all for their kindness and thoughtfulncss .luring the I linen The wisdom of all the urged upon us without price or ple. Dump him into the same and after the death of our dear wife of- ell with the corporation ages combined could n give condition of acceptance. and mother. knowledge aids in cial and let them settle their Such kimlneiM wilt always remain answer that would an Worldly tice to the subject. T removing the obstacles which inferences through personal denr to our hearts and we want you Mens Raincoats, Rubber back clolh, r i to know that we appreciate it beyout' dom of all of the ages t beset our pathway in this life combat. all around, a snappy coat tfuarMiiecd The public is tired of weur- - measure. will not answer the lion which is short. W. M. Ilojrjc und family ng the whiskers. knowledge preSpiritual as it should be answe With the uppronch of winter tin dcl- - pares our hearts for thut greatThe life we enjoy, th Proof, it only S4.50 Let Us Have Peace. coal baron becomes again our pet ob. ligence we potwess, tl itod er life which never ends. ject of aversion. It might vase the , ur, All of these things we learn we eat, the clothing w The conference of nations ating a little If we called him n we have on th. ..rth in the church, the schoolhouse soon to be held in Washington prince. all that SANDERS VARIETY CASH STORE and all that we ever 't to of God, through the minister will come near to deciding the People who have been helped by Ihe and his aids, who arc but the lucstion of whether or not we Tanlac are alwaya anxious and will. have ia dependent up New LonrtlloaLeilRtoR Mreet. will of the Creator. humble servants and mouth- are to have world peace in the Ing to tell others about it. Stormes Drug Store. very pieces of God that God with future. Every stop we take, It. Old HiGkory Wagons CONN BROS. rit clearly a move in the interest of n continuance of peace. Its results nre yet to be determini ed, Politicians all over the country have aired their views on the subject and newspaper editors have printed volumes for the edification of their renders. The subject has been thrashed out from every angle, with the result that the whole Every housewife is interested in the question of question is enshrouded in a meat, and especially in the matter of price. mist of doubt and uncertainity Every housewife should be vitally interested in that is soberly puzzling to the thu meat that we sell, for the matter of price is given people. special attention by being reduced to the minimum So great has become the n without lowering the standard of the meat. It is and uncertainty engen through this means that we win you an a customer dered by the dissemination of anil keep you permanently as one. Try our meat unauthorized versions that for all round satisfaction. Secretary of State, Hughes has called a diplomatic halt. He wants the handling of the ques-- j lions at issue to be left to the! delegates appointed by the president for that purpose. Jfi'sfWll In other words, he doesn't want any monkey wrenches thrown into the machinery by Lancaster School Notes "'"i' fc'ron. Kugenu You Do Not Have To Count The Cost of a Bite When You Buy Meat From Ds. con-fusio- Currey & Gulley. :'f lnn I Demo-crat- ir Second-Clas- s ix 1 or oiw-ha- lf 1 Lula--'T- m . col-l- ar . I 1 I I l.- -n 1 I r! pro-'.- ,, 1 e I - Wonderful Bargain see jus-wis-- i- Water 1 Th Central Racord. LancatUi , Ky Thursday. Oct 27 92 1 1 Mnster (Jenrgc Kurtr, who h Christian Church Tuesday afternoon at her home on the ftlrhmond road. been III I Improving. Mr. K. II. Chandler, of Lancaster Sandwiches and chocolate were served. It was a very plciwnnl affair. pent the week-enhere. I t Mednme Ilrini and llolmnn Mis Joan Mount, of Uincaster,' Just received heavy wear for winter of Mm. John Halt Tuesday. and Mr. T. M. Wilson, of Howling Red Clover. Kev. j Tested Timothy (Jreeii, were here yetenla. SWEATERS, HOSIERY UNDERWEAR, Hudson A Famau. and Mm. Harry Itudoon were Pan-- , Mem Work Shoes at right prlcei. Ml ville visitom tn attend church here Sadie Chandler ha been a guest of Misses llernicc and Ik'fsie - Danville Messenger, Tenter. of Mr. and Mm. II. K. Carrier, Mrs. Kd. Naylnr nml little on, Nashville, Tenn., have been visiting J nme Hamilton, are with Apal fir U V. Price Tafcriif Ct. "Site Ike Manet." hrr brothMr Carrier's nlrter, Mrv L. F. War- er, Mr, John Land and Mr.. Land ren and Mr. Warren, of Lancaster. thi week. Thi I Mr. Carrier' fltst visit to Mr. and Mm. John Ilnm anil chilMr. Ira Holtzclow, of Danville. I Kentucky In sixteen yearn, and he is dren, of llrynntaville, were guest of delighted to visit relattve nnd see islttnc lincntter friends. Mrs. Kusscll llolmnn and sons, part old friend here again. of last week. This fs I'tittem Hat week at Ml Iternice Tester wn a guest Mr. and Mr. Karnest Cosney, Mis of Mi; Sadie Chandler and attendAnnie lllanks, of this place, Mi Mr. C. Ilourne wan in Danville Sated the meeting at Salem Christian (race Itohinon nnd Mr. Arthur urday on a husine. trip. A tUttf Mtslei ol tha Cmlnti m4 Mr nnd Mrs. church Inst week. of Danville, Mr.. I.lge Hurt, and Mis Alline Dr. Jack Casey left Monday for Henry Sherrin ami Mis Alice WiLouisville, where he ha accepted a lliam, nil of Junction City, motored Hurt spent part of the past week to HiMtonsville knobs on n ehetnut with Mr. and Mm. Mnrion Hurt and position. hunt Inst Sunday. children in Madison. .Mrs. W. M Klliott and Mr S I) Mrs. W. II. Maon, Mr. and Mr. Cochran were rerctit vittor in Mm. Km ma KautTman, Mrs. It. K. I.uthrr (Illib were visitor in DanLOYO. ville Wednesday, Mcltobert, Mm. J. K Stormes, Mrs. Mr. J. N Denny nn.l Mrs. Hubert Hnrry Huilson, Mm. F. II. Marks-bury- , Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Itay spent Mr. Steve Ison, of Cincinnati visitMrs. J. W. Klmore, Mrs. Clay Wnlkcr were tisitors In Danville tint with Mr. and Mr James Foster ed the home of Mr. and Mr. V T week. Sutton, Mis Martha (Jill nnd Mis llrickey till week. Quite ii number from here attend (iill were in ljwrenceburg Helen Mr. Cabell Penny vlsltel hi iter, ed court day in Ijinearter Monday. Mr. Jack fney and baby are Monday and attended the District Mr. Mattle Punr.in, in Lexington viiting her sister, Mrs. Forest Fitz- meet of the Woman's Club. This i Pattern Hut wiek nt FraSunday. ncisSmith. gerald, in Danville. Mm. K. F. Pierce and son, Frank .Mrs. S. X. Sandtmand son, Jim Mis l.uln Slmixon, of Staufurd, it Mrs. Wyatt I.etcher and Mm. W. II Pierce, have returned to their upent Saturday with Mm. Wm. S. the guest uf Mr. Klitalirth ('oilier It. Cook, of Danville, were visitor in home in Louisville, after everal day liny. Simpson, Ijineaster Wednesday. visit with relative and friend in Itev. W. I. I'eel will In n ric Mrs. F. II. Mrksbur) hn returned Ilnrroilsburg. sianior.i, of lniM.tinK, Jlt p,.,,ant Hill Wedne Danville, Mm. Jennie West, who has been Richmond, Lancaster nn.l n few day. day night. from h vilt to Mrs, t'. ('. Drown In , Mr. and Mm. W. T, Wet. Louisville. with Mr. nnd Mm. Oscar L'ay at ha returned to her home InTuIsa, Miss Ilert Dailey and brother, Carl Buckeye. I spent Mis I.rnvy Dunn has returned Oklahoma. with Miss Mon- lat week-enfrom t plt'HMttl lit to friend in W. O. Coodloe ha returned ta and Mr. Robert Itay. Mr. Mm. Ilillie Martin and little son, llrynntavllle. Mr. and Mrs. Sale Hurt and Mm. who have been visiting Mlre Mnyme from a visit to friend tn Ashvllle, Mr. Jim- - Wheeler hit been visit-In- g and Kthel Walter, have returned to N. C. Mr. (ioodloe motored through Alex Kay were visitors of Mr. and with Mr. It. P. Gregory on hi return Mm. Preston Snyder Sunday. hi sister, Mrs. Hen Wood ami their home in Stanford. home, ufter n short stay here with Mr. and Mrs. Marion Si banian Mr. V.o,l. Mr. F. I'. Fribie ha returned friend and relative. They travel- and so.;, O'Neal, spent the week-enI Mm. Susie Curtis, of Crab Orchard from a few d- Miyv:"r ed over the Dixie Highway, the trip with Mr. nnd Mm. Fred Snyder. lay ii the guet of Mr?. J It (nin and and Danville. While in Mayswlle taking them two days. Mr. and Mm. Je.s Ray and on, of Mr. Conn. she attemled the l'rebyterial. Lancaster, were the guest of Mr On Court Day Mr. and Mr. N. K. and Mm. Fred Snyder last Sunday. Mr. Klimbrth Collier Slnipxin and Mr. and Mr. Dave Sander, Mr. Itogie hail as their dinner guet Mr. Mr. Henry Simpson were visitor in Mr. and Mrs. Fred Snyder and W. M. Itogie nnd three daughter, and Mm. Dave Uom were dinner Lexington MumUy, guests Sunday of Mr. and Mm. Will Mr. and Mm. Tom Chestnut, Mr. daughter, Mr. Robert Ray and Mis John Hornsby, of Nicholnsvilte, Mr. Monta Ray nnd Jame. S. Ray visited l!ev. Calll ami wife. .Mr and Mn. laiyton, on the Lexington pike and Mm. Lewi Noel, Mr. T. O. Hill Mr. ami Mrs. Jess Ray Saturday. II. Swim-broad-, were viaitnrs in O. Mm. Fred The Woman' Club met Thursday nml Mm. John Payne nnd two sons, Snyder and little Lexington Saturday. afternoon at the room on Lexington Kdgnr and Theodore, of Harrods-- i daughter, Allie .. Mrs. Wm. S. Ray Mis Pelln Hire Hughe ljient the avenue. It was a business meeting burg. and little daughter, Charlotte A. week-enat 5lnrkbury with her and a very small attendance. visited MIm Montti Ray Monday Those who attended thi funeral of aunt, Miss Sue Sntton. Mr. and Mrs. John A. Ray and Mm. Juliette ilarnaril, who I the Mm. W. M. Itogie, of Nicholasville P. W. Marian am! V. P. guet of her aunt. Mi Jennie Dun-ta- on the Itlth.. were Mr. W. M. lloBl,.! ,auirhter. MIe AHre n,l I.vdh. Merv ,,lnni.r Wedne-an- d Mr ,.u.rtaint.(, (laines, of Danville, were in Ijinra- left Monday for a vl-- it to Mm. daughter, tranci l.enora and ,,av ,h(. foIlowinK. nl . ftni MrSt Ray. Mr ter Monday on business. W. O. Itradley, Dr. and Mr. John Pelma, Noel Uogie and wife, Mr. and mond Uurchell, Rev. Manley, Mr. and . .i vI : I I I l. vi iienoinMlie. .Mr.,!-- , Vlilnh MrMitlian. Mr nml Mr. ami South, in Frankfort. Mr. ami Mm. Ilert lln.yiU-lTom Che,tnut and wife. Mr. Ward, daughter, Marjory, of Lexington, uforJ Smjth( Ktu Mr KoMf Mrs. It. Selman Milter, of Iout-vill- e . ..r.ng on, . .r. uoe aonnson, wne Akkm u,, 0,n(y, ,, Mpt were in l.ncitrr Sunday. and Mr. Antonette Hutchison, and son, Ml Lizzie Itogie. Mr Kd- ri.on Ibv Mr. Tink Anilerion h been spend-int- r of Pineville, arc the guest of Mm. gar Moore and wife. Mi Anderson,! a few day in Lexington with J. II, Conn and Mr. Conn and little of Herea, Mr, John Hornsby, Mr. and' VI 11 ... POINT LEAVELL. grandxin, llristo, Jr. i.i. .I.,- -. .Mi.. ir :.. .Miiiri. ii-ti.Mm. Otto Simpson, Mr. and Mm. ni.iv-iLewis Noel, Mr. nnd Mrs. Ollie llogie.f Mrx Mae Hughes Xuland hat re-- j Tested Timothy ired, Red Clover. Don't forget the Missionary Soci- Mr. and Mr. Jen Hill and two chil-- ' HuJson A Famau. lumen i rum a vim iu ner aum, ,ir. ety of the I'resbyteriau church will dren, and were also geust of Mr. Monday evening, Oiee llutfman, in Louisville. gie a ilver-tea- , This I Pattern Hat week at Fran and Mr.. N. K. Ilogie. Oct. .list, .it 7:10 o'clock at the ci Smith. Mlu Marjory llnllou, of Stanford, church. F.erybody I cordially inweek-enMm. Milan! ILimm nnd little pent the with Mr. Joe vited. Danville High Wins. daughter, Ruby, were visitor in Francis mid Mix Mary Arnold. Ilnnvlll.. Q..1M...I.,,. Mrs. Itov Dunn Mason, Mis Sue The Uncaster High School Foot ,. Mr. Millard F. Wet. of Wa.hiiig- - Shelby Mason and Mr. Ilillie Mason l!othw,' ' v'''"- ton City, wu a pleasant visitor in attended the lecture given by Major Hall Team autfering with the to, of . ljincaiter for a few day thin week. Hoy llaynes, of Washington City, in six of her fimt string nun out of"" x,r Stanley Pnr-n- , who has been the gnme, went down In defeat at Ixxington Tuesday night at the wi,h pneumonia is able to be out Mr. Hoy Haynes and Mr. Millard1 the hnnds of the Panvilte nggrega-'1church. 1,1 '"is writing. Went, of Washington City, were! tion by the score of 20 to 0. truest thi week for a few day. visit Miss Sue Shelby Mason left WedThe locnl lad played a good game' Mr Hill Palmer, who ha been very in nesday for New York, where she will notwithstanding the great odd that low with pneumonia is recovering slowly. be Joined by her neice, Mis Marga- they went up ngnint. Mis Ida Speaks pent Saturday' ret Fautconer, who he will accomMr. Willard Maker, of Itlooming-- j night with Mr. Karnest (losney and' Mi Faulconer ton, Intl., win the guet of Mr. Hell Windows. Mason! pany to Maine, where attended the pie supper nt Sunday. ' will study for motion pictures. iK'hol house. The Merchant of Lancaster have. .Mm. Maggie Mahoany, of Loui- On lat Thursday Mr. nml Mm. their windows dresesd with their new Mrs. Kliiubeth Markshury Hughe vile was a recent guest of her Msler (!eo. Itich entertained nt an elegant fnll good and we wish to say that Mrs. J a nn- nd Mm. J. W. Arey were dinner Pollin. quests Friday of Mr. II. A. II. twelve o'clock dinner a few of their the fall wearing apparel both for friends. Those present were Mr. men and women are by far the be.t Mr. Sim nnd wife of Hus- .Markshury. and Mrs. Ilrnck Will!, of Lexington, ami most beautiful line ever shown. tonsville, were the guests of Mr. and T. K, Cecil, Mr. and Mr. and Mr Mm. J. W. Tatem. Sunday. The October meeting of the y The merchant all agreed that Missionary Society will meet Mrs. John I'eck nnd little daughter, Mr. and Mm. Luther McQuerry nnd Monday were good busint the Il.iptlt Church Friday after- Mr. Courtney Cecil and Mr. Cook ness day for them. Hetter rend and son, Newell and Mis .Mary Hell Kvery noon at a: 15. member is IVpples. An enjoyable day win their ad In thi week's Record. were visitom in Pnnvile Saturday. spent by alt. urged to be present. A Ave dny meeting began at the American women nre great advo- Fnirvlew church Sundny night. Hro. cate of home rule and mot of Hoder, the pastor will do the preach3? them do. ing nnd welcome you all. The fellow who made Jazz ORCHARD GROVE I becoming one of the most jpular of men. (inbe i THE NEW STORE GROCERIES, Mrs. W. Ashborn Pricr entertain, ed her Sunday School clns of the GUNNS CHAPEL PATTERR ir-cur- HAT WEEK FRUITS, CANDIES wen-gues- trl, BEGINNING THURSDAY, OCT. 27TH. Thi.t will be a .splendid opportunity for you to one of our patterns at a remarkably low price us we are acllinx all .$15.00 $22.50 Mats 518.75 Hats .$12.50 . $12J0 Hats hiii! of popular priced Aside from these we . $7.50 arc .showinK .t .splendid liat.s in all the desirable .shades. I FRAINCIS-SMIT- H GoMip About People vgvg Hob-inso- NOTICE After Nov. 1st. the Lancas-te- r Bus will leave Lexington at 5:30 P. M. instead of 3 P. M. srxnt Sunday with Mr. and Mr. (Jeo. Kdington. Mr. nml Mrs. Andy Huffman, of with Hack Creek, spent the week-enMr. and Mrs. James Stone and Mr. nnd Mrs Taylor Huffman. Mr. ami Mm. W. H. Hendnck:on enti rtnined at dinner Thursday in honor of Rev. and Mm. Lewis Romeley Thompson nnd son, Mr. Thompson and wife. Mr. and Mr. Taylor HuiTmmi end - l)nn-til!.- and Naturt. Shnkespenri! wn naturnlly teamed; he needed not the sjiccincle of tn hooks to rend nature i he liNiked nnd found her there. Dryden. Shktsprt la-n- nl At Sh Saw the Elephant. Little Catherine, iiti-i- l four, saw as rleplumt at a clreil fur the llrst time, exclaliiied : "Oh, l.i'oklui: nt It, niiiiiiuin, lixik nt tin fnt Imrr-- with a li- tall near hi vv' i d The "Three Wise Monkeyi." tertained the following to dinner The "Little .p- - uf Nlkko," wirnt-tim- e HuffSunday- Mr. and Mr. Andy known at the Three Wle Mm man. Mr. and Mm. Price Huffman kei," are Mlrnrii. who no evil; and children, Mrs. Tom llroadu and Klknznrit. who hear no It. nnd Ma children. r.nru, who pek no evil. Music and Thought. Music liii nut to do with form hut thought. .W Curtl. Twine Mad inn i!e of of Tulne for hlndlri? part of apparatus expoM.tl n (Ire or acid I now : Atbctte. Had Historic Foundation. founded on Ilnlie In the WimhI" eointiiltled In the Fifteenth II the full hllory of whlrti may In be M'en ciirtil mi the lunntel-i-hel- f Imiii- - In Norfolk, Lucland. nn iiiich-nt nlelo. Doubly r.ilte. Ilentlllne "False Teeth lletriiy Murderer." Mlcht lin known lie couldn't truM Vtn. lioMun Tran- script. Tbe Derivation of Custard. - n iorriiitluii of word meiiiiln n pie or Inn iiihI m nlllcil In the modern wonl i ruiiiiiile of the AIJ lhee word cniue from liiiiiiilnr. uieiiulng a crust. the l.ntlu irii-i- a. I'tMitnl n- 11 Fri-ne- d ; .. 1 11 , - d Thlt Gift la Welcome. If you desire to ii'iiieinlier with a i prev-nsome menu or tormer eiiurn living ut a dlMiiiiri. purchase n bos MiiiM-lf'. tiitlnnery. give n shtet to your one-Confuclu. time mutual frliud aud nk them mil In write a favorite recipe on It. Either or Both. Sometimes we think the world la Then collect thee Micels, nuiki; them prmvlnc wore and we lulu n iient hook nml send It. It will omrtlme be upprvtl.iteil hvcaiiM! It I think It I merely Informed. Italia New. Dttigned the White House. Suitable. The ilexlguer uf the White House to a girl with n wn Jame Hi . ii Iwirn In Ireland) Yc. I'm , ui.i.i- - to tbe I'ulted million iliiUnm." "What doe slut look nbout 17".. .Slate, settling In Clmrletou. S. C, llkel" "Like ii million dollar." nml Inter to Wtihlngtou when the city American. wn tlmt being luld out. Ho wurki.1 fur the Says Uncle Eben. for the greater "I h'lleve In nrt," said Uncle Lhen, part of hi life. He I ehlelly known i with tlm "an I want It Inroiirnireil. Hut I Imte for Ids work In Iisee n boy Mu'lidlii' hi life being a White House, Ihe rebuilding of which lior painter when he mljht of been a he directed ufter It was burned In Fortunt't Uncertainty. wheel of fortune liicnntly round, and who run my within , I shall lixliiy tu uppermost. j r i re t conm-i-tloi- foiMl wl waher" ,IMI "" an JUST RECEIVED I MP. ( Pretty ! FULL LINE OF CHILDRENS SHOES. FULL ASSORTMENT (7 kinds) PALMOLIVE i VR BARGAIN LIST FOR NEXT WEEK ' . 1 Wo-ma- n' Sat-unla- ( I f '. EAT MORE BEEF - INCREASE HEALTH AND VIGOR BY EAT- ING MORE OF OUR MOST WHOLESOME, TEN- " DER AND DELICIOUS BEEF. We kill nothing- but Garrurtl County's bout cattle. We buy from (turrnnl County farmers the very heat Beef Cattle they produce and sell it from our REO BUS LINE Lexington And Stanford Lv. P. M. i Mr. HuiTmnn confined room with n severe cold. Mr. Ike Naylor sold ome hog cts. per lb. Center Hro. ut ii hi to to Fare Ar. A. M counter for a small profit. Grocery and Meat We have the moat market in town. Everything we sell in of the hiich-equality. te nt Scott Pkrtac & Ruble faille Saaarc. 20f. Leainelon t0i00 NichnlatvilU i20 tlanaiey fiize .75 9I0 Camp Nelson SiSO 1.00 tii48 7iBO Bryantsville 1.28 8i30 Lancaster 7t30 I.7S StM 2.2S lv. 7i38 Stanfotd iiee HEADQUARTERS Staafortl LeaiattoB Acey Hotel Reo Caraie Safe, Comfortable Dui i30 (JtlO $ .40 K. K. Webb, Manager. Genuine Kanawha Sail best for curing meat. Hudson 4k Famau. Mm. Sal lie Preston spent Sunday with Mr. and Mm. Walter Humphrey, Mrs. I'attle Simpson spent Sutur- ay with her daughter, Mrs. Cronley Hardwlck. Mr. W. K. Hendrlckison delivered tome hogs to Center tiros. Thursday at 7' cts.,pcr lb. Mr. and Mrs. (i. II. Huffman and daughter, Mis Nuncy were guest of Mr. and Mm. (Jabe Huffman Sunday. Mr. Rusell Humphrey and Mis Pricilla Humphrey grnn-daughte- r, uckles ColFoe 23 cts. per pound Host Po.ilit'iry Coirec 23 ct. per pound 15 lbs. $1.00 Cane Supar 7 cts. per pound vii StiKar, l.ij:lit or dark half Gal. Goodwins Apple Nutter 75 cts Can Chipped I!eef 23 cts. Can z. reamit Uutter .25 cts. Can .Monte Gifted Pineapple 'J'w lis.. 28 cts. Can leu Ajje Spajrhetti 9 cts. Box" S cts. Box r i:Z Flow Table Sale Soda Crackers (Fresh) 18 cts. lb. . m Cheese, Mild (Fresh) ..38 cts. lb. iKan Potatoes 55 pk. y Ureakfast liacon, Pfeee 35 cts. lb. tin Cups 2 for 5 cts. r Kinjr Wash Hoards 13 cts. each ce Set Alumimm Ware $1.00 each Tin buckets 20 cts. each Tin Huckets 25 cts. each t. Polished Galvanized Pails 42 cts. each Galvanized Coal Huckets 65 cts. each i Knamelitd Coal Huckets 45 cts. each "h Heavy Stove Pipe 25 cts. each s "Hip; Hon" Overalls each ...-$1.' s llik'h Grade Union-Suit- s $1.35 each. Mriii"; your cuirs aud chickens to us aud Ket the GUEST MARKET price in CASH. Telephone 34. -- I 25 . H 3 ur Store. CAMPBELL STREET, NEAR DEPOT Don't fortret the FREE HITCH LOT in the Bastin & Co. rear he Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, Oct 27, 92 1 1 Californias Greatest Organizer Speaks To Us Saturday Afternoon 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: 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 dependent absolutely upon the farmer for success. We are interested in the success of th farmer, both because he is our neighbor and 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 businessman. 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 CO-OPERATI- 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 get 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. 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 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 4. ve pro-par- e Citizen's National Hnnk, I.. (5. Pavidon. Cahier Hudson & Farnau, Coal A- Grain. K. C. (lames. Insurance Agency. Coodloe & Walker Brothers, Hardware Joseph Mercantile Co., Dry Good". Hastin Hrothers. Light & Ice Plant. J. K. Dickerson & Son, Ladies Furnishings. Stormes Drug Store, "First Thought in Drugs." Haseldcn Hrothers, Ilardwnre & Implement. Mclloberts Drug Store - Trust Co., J. W. Klmore. The Garrard Hunk Cashier. James V. Smith, Clothing Store. Cox & Her run W. II. Hall, Groceries ami Qucetiswarc. Central Uecord, Newspaper ami Job Printing. C. K. Kngle, Grocery fc Merchandise. Ktnnaird Brother. Dealers in Podge Hrothers Motor Car, The I'uritan, Hestnuraut A Confectionary. Hntson'., Cheap Cash Store. France V Smith, Millinery and Notions Kuble, Fancy ami Staple Groceries. Scott Currey Si Gulley, Groceries and Meats. Morrow and Mcltobert. Jewelers. Conn "I.lve anil Let l.lVe Folks " J. F. Holtzclaw, House Furnishing. Conn & Conn, Huick Automobile Agency S. S. S, Lumber Co. Lumber Co Hastin A Co, General .Merchandise. Garrard Milling Company. Ilarrodsburg Ice A- Produce Co. II. C. Hailey Jk Sons, Produce Hastin H. A. - J Roman, Huggirs, Wagons and Blankets. Marksbury A Co., Flour, Feed and Grain. W O, Itigney & Co., Funeral Director Tomlinson & Hays, Atty's & Counselor at Ijiw. W. F H, of business experience. cue he "led the boys to death on the ed a community program of work in order to develop the agricultural investigation of battlefield of France." A congressional IHONEYfrTAR Wht'ti General IVrhitiL visits interests of the community in the A band of 3,500 piece, the largest Fox Hills, L. I. hoMiital and the man agement of that institution is dc-- i Kansas City this month to attend! best way, a report from J. O. Hornof its kind ever assembled in the I ing, : : county agent, states. .. .t... t t .1... n United States, will play at the na manded by the American Legion and me cuii.emiuu in me simeruun More than 40,000 pounds of soy. he will be received by members it. Women Auxiliary of New York.' tional convention of the American 1S.OOLDS.CR0UP ick and of his post of thel.egion of Lincoln, bean hay were harvested from 10 Legion in Kansas City, October 31, The Legion charge- - that acres by C. C. Kininmonth, u S tonnes Drug Store November 1 and -- nd. A contest of woundeil men are lodged in a fire-- j Neb. The general, a Lieut. Perch county farmer, who conductthe 100 band and drum trap and that false reports have been j ing, was military instructor at thej ed n demonstration with thi crop, corps will be held to determine the rent by the hosnl'n! authoritie toj university of Nebraska on his first j according to a report of County Point, JO three best musical organizations. The Washington in connection with the assignment from West Agent F. O. Townc. HANDLING combined bands will play under the patient.' application for government years ago. Larue county farmers are giving directions of the leader of the band compensation. attention to improved breeding stock, winning first prize. Celebrated war !ogan will deco-- , HOUSEWORK according to County Agent J. W. Causes Heavy Loss In IS A BURDEN rate the boxes of the distinguished Jones. Waiter Ume and V. C Terriblpy burned in a gasoline ex Legion na-- ( llrooks nre planning to purchae a plosion, Louis Turner, world war vet- visitors at the American City. Woman's lot Is a weary one at sire whose mother is a register-of-meri- t eran of Hloomington, 111., was not tional convention in Kansa Kentucky Farmers Waste Appro!, best Hut with backache and other "They shall not pass". ther farcow while three expecteil to recover. In a hospital Oct. 31st. will be placarded it front of Marshal distressing kidney Ills life indeed mers will buy registered cows. Owen matelr $20,000,000 Annually at Davenport, la., however, the skin Foch's box while "Heaven, hell or becomes a burden. Poan's Kidney Daugherty has purchased a register By Failing To Conserve Plant of two American Legion comrades Pills hme made life brighter for np-- j Food In Manure. was grafted on to hi body and he Hoboken by Christmas" has been your ed Jersey wire to head his dairy herd. women Ask tag for General Per- many Twenty poultry culling demonstrais now out of danger. The two men proved for the rHghbor! Head what Mrs Hester for Admiral Figures showing that more than did not know Turner except that he shing's. Quotation rompton St, I a cast or, says: tion held during the past months in Ileutty, Huron Jacoue- - and General Gnln. had nttacks of kidney trou- Fulton county have been the means fiO per cent of the fertility contained was "a buddy, out of luck." "I have Diaz are being resurrected by a con- ble that caused my back to ncho so I of removing approximately 1,0110 in the thousands of tons of farm Cooperation of every member of vention committee could hardly get around to do my loafer hens from llocks of the coun- manure produced annually in KenThr was a dull, nag- ty ,a report from O. L. Cunningham, tucky is lost through important hand ine American i.eKIon in preventing ..To ,how he wur,(, thut ArU, hotisftwork ging ach icross the small of my county agent, states. I .,.., .i aouse oi me retiureu ranroau lare I 119 .v.- ling ure contained in suggestions on lUUUVtn HI." IIIIV1 MII.IMWMl,, privilege extended Legion men and jAmt.ricnn Uv.mi of ,hat state will' back that throbbed and pained dread-o decent poultry culling demonstra- the care nnd handling of tfiis materi Morning I was fully at times. issued thlr families to the organization ' t ,h(. ww ,lat,ollnl eommader. ! lami In my back nnd hips I could tions and lectures in Harren county al which have Just been College by ... hardly strxip ver tn put my shoe s of . national convention at hansas City the department of the ,.....,..: have resulted in mure than 10 October 31, November 1 and J, i Kansas feeding tankage to their hens Agriculture to farmers of the State, a J.3J on, My kidney were Irregular nnd City November 'J, niked in a bulletin being distributed carat (lawless canary diamond. The acted too freely nnd otherwise both- in order to inrreue egg production, A portion of the many tons produced I got DoanV Kidney Pllla ne by national headquarters, at IndianaArkansas veterans will ut the sine eredMcUohert'. Drug Store nnd a according to a report of County Is deposited on pastures when' the nt polis. It is feared that the low rate returns from it are not as great as time present Marshal Foch a scarf short e cured me of th attack I Agent J. O. liming who tickets will fall Into the hands of pin set with an Arkansas pearl. with the extension division of the oil cultivated field but ill spite of haven't been troubled with harkncho College person not entiled to their use. of agriculture in giving the this fact the proper conservation of Ince ' An iifirinl friilTip fun will is demonstration. The tankage will this animal industrv Ole n all dealers .! .... Mill,i .. The two half backs on the Ilniivr. I, .i..,. miiv.v phase iita nl...... of profitable be used to balance the rations 11I 'an important llufTalo. N Y. Co. Mfi sity of Iowa football team lire botll'Phv ,liirlm tin. national convention" farming, according to the sugges ready being fed, men and father, accord-- , 0f tu. American Legion thure Oct. j Kentucky has sufficient livetions. ing to the American Legion of the 31 2nd. sfov. 1 and Governor stock to produce 10,000,000 tons of And Home News ntute. Donald McIIae. Council lilutr yi!e, Missouri, and Allen, Kansas, thi fertilizer annually which has a one of the varsity back., has a son have commissioned Dudley Meeic, value of $10,1)00,000 based on the three an u half years old and Glen former army aviator, to patrol the results obtained 011 experiment Held Kugene Murray ami K. H. Jordon, Uevlnc, De. Moines, has a son seven air lanes, prevent traffic "Jains" nnd of the State. Warren county farmers, are planning months old. Donald Mcltae, the prohibit low Hying and stunting over Leaving the material stacked in witii County Agent W. to father, is u sou of Mrs. Donald Mc- j the city by flyers who take part in the barnyard where it isexposed to Ilogers, in conducting variety II. - the aerial derby and circus. ltae president of the Women's Auxilie When tho body begins to stiffen leaching by rain Is the one factor rellary of the Legion of Iowa, nnd u Kansas City Hying club will prose- tests of wheat. Mr. Jordon will use and movement becomes juinful It sponsible for the largest losses of limestone in his demonstration to candidate for national head of the cute offender. ia usually an indication that the fertility, uccording to the suggesshow its value in Increasing crop organization. kidneys are out of order. Keep tions. Loose floors in stables and Aroused by threats of violent yield. tbeee organa healthy by taking the use of ait insufficient amunt of atof the world war ore gtv. death against prominent members Vcteruns A number of poultrymen who bedding to absorb liquid materials cn preference for poitmasterships in of the American el.gion 111 Iowa, fed-er- tended the poultry culling demonure other factors which contribute to authorities ure conducting an in- strations held in Ohio county during an executive order given the Civil u waste of the plant food contuined by President vestigation. John U. Wallace, sou the past summer are planning to Service Commission in this farm product. Harding. Five ooinU will be added of the Secretury of Agriculture, was feed their hens a balanced ration ns Ily use of a few ordinary practo the examination rating of every informed by a note that he would a result of the things they were (at kUncy, world's atandard remsdy prospective master in government "come across with $200 or be blown shown at the demonstrations, accord- The blaUc and uric acid trouble. tices much of the lose which it now tivr. service during the war; aire limita- to hell." He didn't and wasn't. ing to a report of 11. U.McInteer, PasDoua eiace IW. Tab regularly and taking place may be prevented, the exkeep In good baaMte. to tbrce U, all suggestions point out. Small tion may be waived In such cute Harry II. Polk, Pea Moines, received county agent. atoegteia. OtttMSitavd aa reefaaMtfsl. pense is required to make stall floor Farmer in the Lick Dranch comand the fried of war service reck- a similar note threatening to blow tight ami all farmer can use suf oned aa a part of the required length up his apartment and him, too, be- - munity of Barren county have adopt i.e-io- American Legion News LOT J Muh-lenhur- IMPROPER Farm Fertilizer -- 11 ficient bedding to absorb the liiUid f portion which represent the total value of the material, agronomy specialists of the college say, Hauling and spreading the manure rather than placing it in piles as soon a it is removed from the stables represents another mean. which farmers can take to prevent When spread on sod land or on it growing crop such as wheat there will be lew lovs in the field than anywhere else. Spreading the manure on corn and tobacco land is the most profitable use to which the material can Input. Hot li of these crop need the nitrogen and organic matter which t the material contains, result are obtained when the manure is spread thinly to cover as many acre as possible Manure supplemented with acid phosphate is the be.l fertiliser for poor soils, thesuggestions point out one-halllt-s- , ..i.. ,.i -- M ,. ,,., far-mer- u-- mit-rilti- Coster-Mllbur- I . J Farm From Over Kentucky mm eejeem TO DEATH GOLD MEDAL 1 nj i r tttiMkcs tt Dsttterici Btifcsiwi CONN IS CONN Tht Central Record. Lancaster, Ky. Thursday. Oct 27. 1921 Why The First Aid To Good Health Is Pnre ni WiKi rVoaWu in ' the Peele Mmv FernM of MtMm, Skin Disoniert, ami A Lewemi Vitality. Bfee-- 1 PAINT LICK Protracted meeting began nt Fair-vieSundny night. Several from here were in Lexington Saturday for the ball gnme w Tn ted Timnlhjr seed. Red Clover. A Cmmc Iludion Mr. nnd Famau. Many When Do Net Umlmtaiirf Natare's WamMff. Improve Mrr. Iloian were guert Sumlny of hi father, near Flat Woods Mr. - II. Mavi ha moved into hi new store, which is nearing com- you hnve (lint feeling of when you lark the cncriry you nccil for the day' duties: ami pleasure; when you are tumbled with plmplcr, blackheads, dail boils, form or mm other rkln eruption; or when you have rheumatic pains In the, muscle nnd joint, don't wall until you riillKpr in n state, of nervous prostration, or until in your wcnkcncil you mnt nut rome rcriou lut start nt once to get the wurte product out of ymr Mood. N'ii tu re has certain peculiar vtayr to warn nr. Fortunate. lr''ecl l t tie perron who known her danger slgnnl.. Thousand uml thourand of men ntnl women during the nut r0 year have nlieil on S. S H. to elear their IiIokI ,f waste products. S. S 8. will fatigue; thr quality of your Mood hy pletion. rrllcvinir you of the waste product Paint l.lrk win well represented lit which cause Impoverlsho! hlnml and it allied trouble rkln Unorders, the llemorrntte Itally at l..mcntcr Saturday. rheumatism nnd n lowered vitality. The same uunliticK which give Several from hen- - took the S. S. S. it beneficial effect in t tearing postmnr-te- r examination for your Mood of warte product make It in Danville Saturday. extremely desirable for krrpini your blood In good condition. Mr. T. II. Hughe nnd baby hnve S. S. S. may Ik had nt any drug returned home nfter n visit to her store. Writ. Chief Medical Director, mother, Mrt. I'rnnci and rioter. .Swift SpeciHc Co., 715 H. S. S. Atlanta, (In., and let him Mr, Cnrlo Smith has retiimeil to help you regain your health and strength. (Jive him a full description her home nt Smith, after n few day of jour care. He in helping pcotde visit to her niece, Mrr. Lie i.eclford. ArK ever)' day without charge). Mr. II I.. Wallace i upending u hi illustrated look-le- t. him to rend the about ten ln in l.ouliville, "Furl About thr llloml" free. ' gue.t of her brother, Mr. John Hlg- S. 8. 8. i sold at all drug stores. ginr. j Olin Ml4 lletilah l.e.lfnrd nnd rt ..d organ.,... ' I'alrirk were guest Saturday nnd One of of the faint am Kundnv of relative and friend in I t 1. it .pcccncs muc i.y reeling Communities (prominent men1Wome of whom were ,.t.xll)Kton. mMvA n Mr nm After three year, of development from other countler. au community orgmiiintiun In Jackon ru)) ,.nhrr , omlns, ,,ortage' glad to welcome Mr. and Mm. Havi ,, , u Jnji ,o (X,,t county lia. come to i.e an important of uur m,t nnJ ,n .... t .. I I .. in.,1... ,.. incior m nmniiniiK iL..- ukniuhuui , nr.. r,inrl.., ,i. f Weieynn Mir Stella We.t, Interenti of the county, according t to he working only about half time College, rp.nt from Saturday until agent. Tin What' the graft? W It. Iteynold. county Tuevloy with her parent, Mr. and wm reretitlv ileninntrHteil he renort W. W. Wert. Living In n imall town has one Mm. win n five ichool fnirt anil revernll The basement at the rchMl home big community meetingt held in differ ilntinrt advantage aver life in n When the to.igue of gouip en-i- i ready far the concrete work nnd of the county renult.-.- l I cit nt .ounty'gulf fellow you never ae ti ak men will begin the work a teon a Jucknon howing t.r.tll) the materinl lr all hauled, people what ouhl be accompli ed who he I Mr nnd Mrr. I I.edfrd and baby and Mr Millard L.ilford at. d tended the Imrtal nf Mr. Jer m Wincherter Monday W II DICKKRSON W 0 RIC.NKY Mr. It It. Montgomery and chil dren have returne.1 from a week'r virit to her purentw. Mr. ami Mr. IJ S Ilrvnm nt Ilr)"ivif t Mr nnd Mr. Walter IteynohU and children of Tyner. Ky.. are spending several ilayr with hi brother. Mr. t! M. Tr.iidwny and Mm. Tread way ohool The picture hew at the KiMiltlK v I tit'iie tmirt' f'hoiie Ih. building lat Tue,lay. given by MiM Syler in the interert of Domevti drew a large crowd who were ion-dititill.-rar- e, Ub-orator- y, daughter, Mirr Willie Bell have returned home after three month's May In Hazard. Mr. and Mm. W'ct Bourne, Mr, nnd Mm, Alex Bourne, of near vUitrd Mr. and Mm. Bron-to- n Locker recently. Mm. I.lrile Wlldr, nf Nicholas, ville Ik here for a week's visit with Mr. and Mm. A. V. Miter and Mr and Mm. Hubert Carter. Mr. Huell Humphrey has returned to hi home near Orchard Grove, after n week' viit with hi daughter. Mm. llrouton Locker. Mrr. Alex Sam and dnugntcr, L'dnn, of Midway are here for rev. ernl dnyr Writ with her parent. Mr l.nn-carte- r, Dixie Stock Only One Boir LeftThere Farma. Is a Reiioi. Poland Chlnn Sow. farrow uniform, even littcM, the pigo nre thrifty when farrowed. The ows have the best disposition of any breed of rwine, nrc careful mother nnd good mllkeM. The prerent-dn- y Poland China har been bred for PBOLIFICV and ability to ralre n high percentage of litter. The Poland Chinn It the greatest feeding hog ,n America. If you would market your hog nt six or eight monthr, build your herd on n foundation of PURE BRED POLAND CHINA STOCK. Call or write SANDERS BROS. OR JOHN M. AMON, LANCASTER, KY. Some rale) of 'he part week One boar Leslie Ruble, Buena Vista; one to Jar (iulley. I nniiHtci , one 'o W. M. Dronddu, Buena Virta; one to Howard King, Brynntrville; one to Harry Frye, Hubble; one to Floyd Humphrey. Murccllu. Ky.; Ten gilt and one bflar to Durry & Markshury. Wilmore, Ky,; one gilt to J, D. Umflcet, London, Ky.; t gilt to R. I. Pencil, Broadhcad, Ky. t- Organization Profit Jackson m . i' ' en-o- 1 ,(. ,. n I i Led-for- 1 nnd Mm. Itroiiton Locker. family Mrr. Iluford West and have returned to their home in Richmond, nfter evernl week's viii! with her parent. Mr. and Mr. I. F Brown. Mr. nnd Mr Mat Carter, Mr n.id Mm. Itnbt. Carter anil daughteM, Hubert nnd Hiram Carter Mrr, Kugene Ruble, I Mm, Jno. llamm returned home nnd Ml Agne. Carter spent Sunday Mr. W. II. Brown, Mr Fletcher' Sumlny from Danville Hospital and in llerea with 0cnr and Karl Cart. r. Scott nnd Mr Raymond Mayes, nil 'lo'T nicely. She was nccom-o- f Mis Sadie liutrtou entertained home by Mr. nnd Mrs. Searcy this city, will leave thi morning' 17 of the M'Mnth and eighth grade where they will rpend several dny In ' Danville. pupil nt trie auditorium the mountain.. Mr and Mrs. A. S. Dean, Mr. nnd Thursday evening from 7 until t:00 Mr.. Irvni Dean and Prof. Otia o'clock. Deliciou candy was servBrown attended rervices at the Plena-aMT. HEBRON ed. Mm It. W. SandcM nnd Ml drove churrli Sunday mnmlng June Hnrbenon arritted in entertainMr. Flovd Denn. of Jeiramine is and evening. ing. with hi, grandfather, Mr. A. S. Denn.! Drynnt.-vill- e l Brown, of Mr. W M. S. met Thursday nt three Mr.. Wm. Onrtott is upending the organized a II. V. P. U. at this Mi o'clock. Sallie Lou Tenter led week with relatives in Jerrnmine. place Sunday evening. Prof. Howthe meeting. Mrr. A. C. Miles. Mi ard war choen President, el.t all Genuine Kanawha Salt best for Mnry Kurtz. Mr. Hlrnm Bay, Mm. the young people come and take a Hudson St Farnau. Wnltcr Orow. Mirer Jane Hartur-jo- curirtf meat. part. Next meeting Sunday evening and Sadie Balston hnd rpltndid Remember the prayer meeting at 7:00 oMock. Mi rending. Sullie Lou Tenter here on Thunday evening of each On Oci. 4th the children, grandand Kthcl Bay rang "Tell Some One week. children and great grand children Mm. Lizie Wild, of Today." Mr nnd Mr.. Burdette met at the home of Mm. Lourany Nicholasville gave an Interesting talk were with relatives nt Lexington Motitiromery to celebrate her 77th. on Mirion. The meeting iloed Saturday and Sunday." aniverrary. There were fiO present with praytr hy Mrs. Wild. .Mr. and Mm. Steve Walker and ami nil riient a lovful dav. A boun ron were the gueV.s of Mr. nnd Mm. teour dinnir n rcrveil mid all left LOWELL I F. W Montgomery Sunday, wishing her many happy returna. r, n Mr. and Mm L. II. Drfvi Mer. nt Ru-vel- n l.ivingfton thi wtek. Mr. B. C. Boian anil wife spent Sunday with Mr. nnd Mr. Joe B"ian Trilrd rimelhy trrd, Rrd Clorr. Iludion & Farnu. Ler.a Brown and two lttie ronr, of Berea. are viiting re!a?ie. W. 0. RIONEV & CO. .......ltttttt1)1MiM1M MONEY TO LOAN on good city properly. Funeral Directors und Embalmers Lancaster, Mr. If.ybcck en weekly Kentucky. Barren Farmer Study Soybean Crop In Field Darren county farmen recent j had an opportunity of reelng what different varietie of iwybean would do on their farm when they attended n meeting on the farm of J. O dunnim who conducted a variety demonstration on thia crop in ro operation with County Agent J O Horning and the extcmlon divmion Mr of the College of Agriculture PUBLIC SALE Having rented my farm for the year 1922, will on verv nicely Mr and Mr Tho. l.ogwlon and ; children, Mr. and Mrs. tl. M. Tread 'Cariinn ued nine vnrit'ie of bean way. Mr. mid Mrr IteynohU and which nrouK-- l mnsider-abt- children were dinner gtleM Su'i-lain the interest among thoe who at- of Mr a.nd Mr, t!. W. Todd Mr. and Mrr. (). C.lluckner and tended the meeting. min, Andrew, of Waco, and Mrr. Pan. Don't be telling the Washington nie UuckiT, of l'.irhmond, were the conference what It guests diiarmnmcnt Sunday of their mother, Mr. inshould not do. A multitude of Sarah II. Itucker and daughter, Mirs dividual opinion fired at our dele-'- . Chartine Ilucker. gate will only convince representaMr. anil Mr ti. M. Trendwuy entive from abrond thnt we are a people who do not know our own minds tertained Monday the following. Mr. not to be taken and Mrs. Walter Reynolds and ehll- an! u'e (dren, of Tyner, Ky., Mr. and Mr. (5. reriourly. W Todd nnd children and Mr. nnd Mr. Tho. Logidon ami children. Mr and Mr Mote Pollard. Mr, und Mr. !'. II. Sutton nnd family, of Mnrksbury, Mr nnd Mrr. Frank Ital-toMr and Mm. O. I. Hnmmack nnd family, Mr. nnd Mm. Tom Ilnhi-toAir. nnd Mm. Tom Price, of Pan-vilwere dinner guest. Sunday of Mr. Scott nnd daughter tet e ) here. Quite a number of people frem here attended the Demecratic r:iicj nt Lancntt r Saturday. Mr. Bobt. Bian and litt Harold, of Harlan, Ky., are i!t ng her mother, Mrs. S. P. Davir. Mr. and Mrr. T. P. King virited Mr. King's brother, Mr. Kd. King, of Bockraittle county last week. Mesdames J. II. Davir and Rnbt. Boian were the pleasant guet of Mr. and Mr. Wm. Metcalf Wednesday. Mr. W. L. Howe and family, ofj Richmond, were the gucrt !at week of Mm. Belle HendeMon nnd Mm. Lee. Mm. Klla Mne McKinney, of has In en for the part wee the attractive guest of her aunt, Mrs. IM. Brown. Mm. John Hardwick and Mm. Omar McKinney, of Hamilton. Ohio, came Saturday for a visit to (nends and relatives nt thi. place. Quite a crowd of young people and older folks, as well, from here and Paint Lick went on a chetnut hunt to Cart err villc Saturday. Everybody reporting a fine time. Mm. J nr. Lee entertained a num or monthly installments. The Lancaster Building & Loan ASSOCIATION. J, E. ROBINSON, Incorporated. President Wm. S. HOPPER. Scc'L & Trcs. An All. Around Artist. The expert not only draws her own Inference. but colorathflm well. gilp j i i the-efo- re Jar. Ruh-mnil- il, Southern Optical Company Spectacles and Eye Glasnt Kryptok (tnchable bifocal lens) ' Lamp en Oil Can. An Inventor im mounted an electric liiitip on the spout nnd n bnttery on (hs) bundle i ( nn oil ran for engineers. A ' "I.li)iior mIhii . Mem Inc. we Mippoc, ron.' Mild a waller reminlceiitly. Unit It released Solvent. loo.ened up our pat-- j n. the "tip'' from the tlpplara. Transcript. Boston Artificial Eye FOURTH and CHESTNUT. li 1 Ja. Louisville, Ky. Man. Lucky Is be who has been cducuted to benr hl 'ever It be, by an early exn'npU ef iiprlubtnes nnd chlldUh tniinms in honor, Thack- ' eray BUCKEYE Mr. in Saturday, Nov. 5th, AT TEN O'CLOCK sell to the highest and best idder at my place on the Buckeye road, two m'Vs from Lancaster, the following personalty: 1 at Markshury Saturday ami Sunday. spent a mot enjoyable day. Mr. T. O. Hill virited Mr. and Mm. Walker ItraiUhnw- - nt Danville Inst BUENA VISTA Walter Crow and (i corgi' Kurtz who hnve been rick are improving. Mm. Forest Curti. of Bryants-vill- e t is visiting her parents, Mr. ami Mm. Hiram Kay. Several from here attended the funeral of Mrs. Mnrk llogie in Wednesday. Mm. Fay Keicheldelfer. of Ohti. i as been writing Mr. Mul Cartel nnd Mm, Hobart Price. Mr. and Mrr. Jes Hill and daugh Fortei Icm, Mr. mid Mm. I.uca. spent Sunday at lice Lick. Bjllardt Olxliik Flour always sives satisfaction. Hudson sk Famau. Mr. T. C. Jenkins was a guest of hi parents, Mr. nnd Mm. Win. Jen kins at New by Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mm. N'. A. Miles and fam- ily of Nicholasville, were week-enguerts of Mr. and Mm. A. C. Miles. (leu. Kay, II. W. Sun- Mt'sdame iler .S'ora Tenter and Miss Sallie Lou Teatcr spent Friday In Rich d Mm. J. H. Davis and little grandson, Mr. and Mm. Jess Hill and daugh I.u! Maurice Brown, vhoe birthter., !pent Saturday In Danville. day were on that day. A delicious Mir Inez Land virited relatives dinner was rcrved mid all present J. P. Prather virited relative. ber of guest. at a birthday dinner Sunday in honor of her daughter. Ijinraster hut week. A Boy With 8 Fortune week. Mr. Mm. Charlie Rutledge is reported hick at this writing. Genuine Kanawha Salt best for curing meat. Hudson V Farnau. .Mr. Roy William nnd Mr. W. II. Brown have been bury repairing his One horse mule, nine years old; One mare mule, five years old; One Deering Mowing Machine; Tow Hay Rakes; ( Me Cultivator; One Horse Corn Planter; several turning plows and double shovel plows; One W gon and Harness; One Buggy and Harness; Ho"- Box; Hog Feeder; Sled; Cider Mill; Some Household and Kitchen furniture; 100 or more barrels of corn. A lot of cane in shock. - chimney. Mr. nrnl Mm. II. C Ruble, of llr autsville .incut Sunday with Mr. and of Luncanter, spent Sunday with hU father-in-laMr. Klirlin Scott. Mr. A. I). Scott, of Cincinnati, hn sold his farm, near High Bridge to u man from Cincinnati. Mr. and Mr. Willie Coulter, of near Mt. Hebron, spent Sunday with Mr. nnd Mm. Terry Crutchlleld. Master Charles T. Jennings spent several day with his grandmother, Mm. Nannie Jennings, of this city. Mr. mid Mrs. K. A. Kuson nnd famMm. W. K. BuWe. Mr. Charlie Iron, POSITS. A boy with a fortune it tho boy who h one hundred dollar that he himself ha saved. HU fortune consist not only of the money saved- - and what boy with a hundred dollars would not feel like but of a valuable lesson learned. a millionaire? Not only has he experienced the thrill of posses sion, 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, there is no better time to teach him to begin than now at this Bank. 4 PER CENT ON TIME AND SAVINGS DE- 9A Terms made known on day of sale. ily, of near Lexington, spent Sunday with his daughter. Mn. Will The Garrard Bank & Trust Co LANCASTER. KY. Rut-lodg- e. Mrs. Garrl Davidson 1 Am Bourne. Auctioneer. Miss Sunbeam Ruble, who is teach-in- g mond. near Lancaster spent Saturday Mr. and Mm. Tilden Hoover and and Sunday with her parent Mr. and We sell travelers Cheques, which are good in the United States and all foreign countries. Vh Central Record. Lancaster Ky. Thunday, Oct 27, 02 1 1 . FOR 8ALK: One nice Duroc Jtr-r- y lioar, thoroughbred. K. W. Prrklna HryanUville phone. ( i 1 A List of Growers In Garrard County REMEMBER THE CONDITIONS LAST JANUARY! BRYANT9VILLE llawe spent last cek n the Rurxt of friend In IVrryvlllr. Thin In Pattern lint week at Fran-ci- Smith. Mr. Jnne lion nml Mr. W. C. with rcla- spent the week-enItive nt l'ari. Ballard Obelisk Flour always give satisfaction. Hudson V Farnau. .Mr. K. II. KMer, of Nirholnsville. wan the KUet taut week nf her ilanhter, Mr. J. Iloirnn llallaril. Mr. anil Mrs. Colllvar of with their I'nrl. i'pent the week-enOr II, A rUaiHid CaImiM Who Have Signed the Marketing Contract. THEY HATES l:c d Mingle insertion le a word No ad taken for lest than 20c in this column. No ad column charged, in this Porch furniture ,lawn nwlnjr, large aide board, one larite walnut ward-rob- e for stale, Mr. jt., coal hod, poker, second-han- U. I). Slmpion. Keren Intertion for the price of Ave. Phone order mutt be paid promptly. i J Marion Wells, J M. Smith. Jeff M. Cam, J, A. Itlce, Gran Maree. Mr, JiMe Guilt-District Practically ever' in Kentucky, Indiana and Ohio was Davis, L. A. Calico. Walker llryant. M. II. Johnson. James llricky. G. M Allen, W. M. Lnwxon. P P. Adams. J. T. McQuerry. Willie Ithi-trepresented. At the time of going press Garrard County reports Duhon, Luther ItriwuliH. J. Frank dus, K. L. Murphy, H. F. Hobmson. eontracta signed and delivered from Thompson. Itichard Lear, l F. Sow- - K. D. Cooley, J. A. Thomas. Ve!e Tom Ward. King. A. F. KdwanU, G. W Klam.i ders. M. II. Turner, those listed below: ,I ....... I f . . . t l a. mi nilll-llW. A li.t nf i:rn-.- r " "1 - ll'l.... . I f .U. IT-I. .UilllUfl. Wave IJICKeV. .MIT, A nf TnLinn i ' l""- Koss, Jacob Hrownlng. hstndge, James Hudgeiu, M (' I. I. Pen-'Garrard County who have signed the, , lrk K. I. Arnold. Simon Wnte., Jo,u''; -U ,' Marketing contract and ",nKton;Me: Sutton, rom 'P'"ren. Arch Poynter. II G. ; In' 4CV So"" whose contracts have been turned Lvw . M. Long. T. A Green, Sanders, J. T. Wung to the head quarters at Lexington. Poynter. ck llson.j John Helton. J. P. Turner. Dud.ey Marsh-ToWood Walker. William ill j Green, It. h. Speaks. Prewitt Thomp-- i nm Creech. bank. C. A. Dillon, William Tanker.-- ! 0r,en Sl,van' w " I'arsons, Charles Wren, son. Huston Clark. Charles Il.i.liir l. ley Walter W J Coy Turner ,:- A,,n"". Willie Palmer II II Sl,'u'r ClaT"n Rrtl,. Morl William Hurchott, Aah Lcd'ford. Wil-- ' (npn Lam i:oyton, Henderson Hrothcrs, (," Jal,'- - J M.nlico. A. P.. Carter. Cold.ron. W. It. Faulkner, ' Cnrt,'r s,nm McQuerry, Allen Dollins. yumn Denny, Frank Haliew.i Walter Center Cabell rnoId J Morr,!'- Vlra IMwrl. Pool Perkin.' J.ime Conn. William Xorve I, Zach , Scott & Son. I). I Gnbbnrd, Thomas l e U.v. .. anah Leave)), J. L. Ithodiu. W II. t ..vler" it: : P. King. K. M. Starnes, I. 11. Shep J. L. Yantis. J. W. King, Jerry Dut , Hamilton & Ilros.. Fisher Hughe,i herd, S. II. Jennings, Virgil Itey nobis, Andy McKinney, Jock Rogers, Denny II Anderson. II... Isaac Faulkner, r. L. Yanti. Marcu White, ...ubrey .. .. t ... 1,1:1.1. II........ . II li.ll Il:... "- III I... ""' I (). W. Uoyle. Homer Highland, " i ounni. i i " Prewitt, A. A. Adkinson, D. P. Jones, lard, Harrison Parson. I. It Itobert, W. II. Mays A ,1, Curt" 't'1" ,rvln '!bert Gul- - on. W. L. King, G. H. Itobinson. Joe Wood' It G Gu'ynn l"'"" JCvril ,,4'a"' Jn,,"-- Middleton, J W. So"' J- WJam'es F. Layton. Vlf.' N. Sebastian, will ' 11 JM,l'I,h' Akins & Mober- - Anderson, W. T. Itutledge, W T liam Hurt, Tandy Center G W u'r, 0,f,,r Il".v. S. M. Turner, Jame. Swope, A. II. Croushorn. Curt Km- .tn, ii.il ri,.i.. fimv... . , , JenIlarton Hellingworth, F. S. Hensley, ii'. i.eaveu, j. i v . inn, i J. Ilourne, bry, W. . C ltoe and mother, .. , .. 1 i i, i. ii.ii.. .i n. ... iiinnge .v iinteiuen,j ninnairu nourne, ii mug .nosier, T. G. Spillman, Henry Green J C rr""N " )l0M' ur'. :lurs"ba,lk' Tudor. Martin Green. C. U. I.edford. ,' Lox' ,'n,l,nn M t Son. Itobert h. C Itobinson. J. . Palmer, Jame u-- M'"""". John Metralf. John t oynier, a. w. " " "' U Norman. A. 11. Wynn. W. It. Sad-- . J- A. Amon. U . II. Hurton, Steve Thompson. J. k. Iliggins, Charley ler, Kdd llrown A T Howling v c'S thu Scott' K,l1'1 William.. I'ullin. T. J Underwood. Robert C. Wynn. Itobert J. Walker, j'. A- Montgomery. . Herring, h. H. Sutton. D. S. Swope, Davis. A. H. Hounh..ll. ft. r Mniin.; Hamilton W M,,e omp;i0";, J"n,,,J "f41,'"'..""''1'" ahcll, Jame P. Italston. W. M. How- -' ?k "'.'V ,,!"! 'I , " ling. B. I.. Woods. J. L. Shepherd.' ' "" '"'"Mf,00 Tun.cr. Harvey Spear, Charles " John Hensley, Willie Lawson. P. I. V T ' Hounshell. Nat Pruitt. V.A.Lear. II. i' "T"1' v ?tU'U-U'Xni",cc S. Gay, John W. Forbe. Itobert Hag- 'urn.?' K. Perkins Pope oomer J Perkins, an, W. A. Simpson. Hay Osborne, n ii tf,...,m.. (k, iI. imi,... ii1, r I Grow, H. W. Sanders, Raymond A.1 Middleton, Ottie .Spillman, Clint Km- ai . Mt.iatt.UItt Iinilla 1). In in, bry, Haiti Upton. . ... Gosney, i .. Ford, U R Aiinms. uiay iiroaiiu.; i Wearren. M. II. Wheeler, T. . . ... ..., ,. c--- ,...... Miwii.dWII, lllllUlf, U, 1. .1JIVUI.B, i,IIKl .iiiirjff, III,.!,,,. I II.....M I M M.,... I .U.. ..Ullll Herring, J. T. Hick. J. C. Cox, W,' Virgil lllatt. Will tloin. Millard .. n ii A,i.,n.. ii v n filliam Coins. Ilayden Hrickey, Leo Wilcher. Arch Poynter, Moss, ton, Ilurton, Iom, G. O.' S. !. Sunder II ram l endle. Phil T Urown. John Hal G T I ar Spoonamorc. L. G. Davidson. S. T. Hurley ' i , i J. K, MOUNT & CO. .Mr. Tula, FOR SALK OR KENT: Garage with Mr. William T. Doolin. Calvin .Soulier, Noel. I'rker Jenkins, Annie Ander- Okl.i.. pent the week-en- d The old Arnold Livery Stable on on Public Square. Poaeslon given S. U son, It. Z. Price. Willie II. Marsh-bunk- ami Mr. W, J. Ilroudus nml family. H G. Hurton. J. S. I'ettu.- -. open for January Ut., 1922. Public Snuare l airaln Add res one of the Last Friday, Oct. ich, j. jj, Lenvell. 0. M. Morelaml, K. (5. Ham- 0. C. (i.Ktitu-au-, The la.lies of the M. K. church will hitchinir. Allle Arnold, Ml. Mary Arnold. y Sherrow, It. J. fiillum, Jr., mack. Hell Kili most enthusiastic gathcrlnKs occurr., Faulkner, It. (' nerve ilinner election ilay, Nov. Nth. Colorado Spring, Colo. o.l nmonjr the Burlcy Tobacco (irow- - n,.ry Men Fee. Allio Williams Krvin Iloain, Doe Hunt, l.uther Hubert, Kvery Some sow and pir FOK SALK: one please help a worthy Care of School for the Deaf. Lexlnjr- er Camnalitn Committee at Huffman Urn. and I A nice hoat. ltkem.ni. It. 1). Mc.Murtry. David Frank D.ivi. Martin Ledford, Neville rnue. ton. Rankin, Walilen Gilbert Creek, Ky. ...... pd. Ilrother. W. II. I llnl ar.l, Sam Daw. Sam Hail. Wil-- 1 l f It II Ju.lce ItliiRham, of Louisville made Sowder, (iui P. Dunn, Hobert lluni-- ; iinm Starnes. Sam ltoton. .Sam, i .... ... CrachltM Porcelain. fw llliv, i.,. I am now ready to tack your comyu- Cox, James Oayhart. L'. M. Tankersley, Kaymoml two addresses and Aaron bnpiro, Kates, John,,, Mr ' ...,.! Porcelain rmrk hecnuw Die (lit your work. fort and will nppre-f.it- e n most Uurge.,, Mrs. A. F. Coldwcll, Oscar1 P.unter. Krnest Henderson. W. II. a organizer, , save Cnliforni ..." with wtdrh tt N eipanda at a "Ill iI. fill. HI i lllal'tf'l Ml. lena IlriK'ht. CL IV fnlt,.,. P, iip. Itnl. 1f..n.t..i..ni I,... IV. Int iTixtim tallc (in till nOMtUHltlCfl different rale from the clay nf which It Montgomery and at Mr. I and nrj( ciiiimiimm1, resident a manufacturer lu of Kentucky if It Wilder. J. II. Creech. F. lloian, Aley l.eilfonl. It. 11. Onstott, SALK: A lot of Ko.id home It tractive children, of Paint Lick werel agriculturist will only recocnize j.;, Hubert, Douclns Turner, T. J. Aurben Thoiiipon, Sam Warren,, ana iiecm, !iri'iw J iiiiu- milking a glaie that yearnni: neiier. bi the iiiiu" inefllcletit nf etpnnlan the opportunity and arise from the Pearson, Matlock, John Jame Denny. Mr.. S. P Davi. II. ifue.t of her lurent. Mr ami Mr. Phune AH, 17H or 12. Arthur at iiorrelnln lethargy which prevail starne. C. C. Hounshell, Itobert II Finley, Itufus Sum, N L. Grow. John V llryant condition of VI' r'arrli.p I. I s ?, ...I 1 '' Mr. and Mm. Ike Hutchinson, ufi'4 ' j Ito-.- . in ome section, A. Kldd. J. K. McOuire. Lewi. T J. Price. Cronley Iltuadu. C It. Simple and Convincing. poit SALK: Pure bred Khoile were received Rettin. O. - Hammack, J T. Ital- - .lone & Son. ltocoe Whittaker. C. "'"imomi, .Mr ami .Mrs. umi mil report Stirritur Film actre wmk hard. Ttieyinai Sunday jjuenta of Mr. John ,tand Ited Cockerel. Call Phone not have late iilulit. hut they have managers pre- - t()n from many campaicn s0ll Georite II. Todd. It. G II. Todd. W T. Tii.lnr. llol...pi Mm. wrt' 220. Julian Klliott. early umrnliig nml they are- iiflen ua aentcd clearly demonstratini: what Combs, Iloyd Coldiron, A. II, Champ, 'calf, K. M. Murphy. Milton ltos, t'nl'hell and family. while ntlH-- r tnlk are (urulnx "ver la Mr. and Mrs. John Herring-- Mr. ( mlcht be expected when such pep, Krnest Dnlton. J. T. Allen, J T Sebastian, F II, Mnrksbury, " ted for aiiulher imp. "What do yon persistence and ambition U inoccu- - Clark. A. I.edford. Charles Gilton. Geotce Carpenter, , G. W Miller, and Mrs. George Herring, of George-- ! e n. do In mir a cinema actreaa I.. II,. .! ' L. uiiiuuK iiik i"1""!"!' ,tiaon Pullin. Will Wood. Moe,Dora Cochran & Sons. Hob ..Hunt, town, were Sund.iI guet of Mr. and i'Leghorn ' l.ocKerels. ( akeil. "NiHlilnc." lie replied ... ! m m i r. e .. ii. e..i..i i following j.nwson , v i, .nun, xi- - i,iiir?ii ... . i , i.. iii vteecu, i ,no. respective districts. The r.. it. nappeu, r.u How wn Urn rejoinder Hlt j. ia). iiancaicr. ii .. ii. t ... i ......... ........ .. anu. .. t, counties had signed up to noon hn- - k,. Hampton. Frank Hurt. T. J . ii. .ii... i i ..i. .uuncir, .neivin iar. Nll'l eiMnuuu.iiii, .iir will flwopf anil chh- ( I nrVer df. pel ) lay lat on the following percen- - Todd. S. C. Henderson. W. S. John-taR- e sous, Thos. Scott, li)thlli2 III my telklilr, Imi'musx 1 lieTM Hurdett Scott, dren were the guest Sunday of Mr. j .on, John S. Quinley, Pal llnllard. laian e.Mtcalt, .McMnley .Matthews, and Mrs. II. P. Swop, at ljincater Five or ten hare uiir leisure tu do It In," K.ItM LOANS; per cent. Jr., I). A. Hervey, Jim Peel, Joe Win. .Murphy, Levi Denny, Itobert nml attended . Hath County Itevival y,.ar loan on good land, the Calha Ulioiii., Hud per cent. Lawsun, Clarence Ilourbon County Arthur etintian. t;. I meeting. S. T. and K. W. Handle, SO per cent. Starne. Charley Pennincton, J. S. Hibbard. II. C Wearren. John M ' The nrutraclml meetim; be.-aCarroll County 227 West Short, Lexington, Ky. last IS Clark County . ...78 per cent, j Cronett, James Shaw. Jame Morgan, mon. J. II. Law.on. D J. Walton. .Sunday at (he Grove Chtirea. (9.2'.i.ot.) M. Dwhon. Prentu Walker, Kd ,.rv Fayette County ..81 per cent. John Davis. Frank Frailer. J. L. Ser-M cordially invited. SS per cent. Coldiron. Owing Itichardson. II. P. V.. Lint-- , Henry Arnold, John Henge. SALK: FOH Flemlnir County Three registered by the pas- vice are being con dm-teif ..S7 per cent Conn. William Todd, James A. Todd.jG. II. Jarvis, Charles I!. lon. Keene,ur ' ;,.v Holder Jerey Cow, with seco'id calve now Je.amine County ,o ...... n ,wi i il t... : .. ,. onii-iii.. II.... li... i.... i-1. i. , niigau, j. ,i .irgood Cine mill used . by side; also one Lincoln County n .iiiuiv.' iiumi'ii. n. 11. uit'Kiii-.jier teiii Mayme Leo llallaril and Mi Mi if 77 per cent. Frazior Hrothers. Pal Hallnrd, Sr..!Querry, Mr. John Wynn, S L. year only. Mason County A. C. Miles, IF SO harshtiraa In the fitting Stella Mae Grow were guoU of two tO-.per cent J. N. ltohert, Kdmond i:.il.ton, Pat-- 1 ton. Sam Heatley, Sum lluu-hion-. Montgomery County Huckeye, Ky 2t ..98 of hi sliix will mk him dinner Sa'urday evening friend 78 per cent, rick Creech A Ilros., Sarah Curtis, ( I. i:.iir.e), V F. Itrukey, II. G Nelson County worse. Kindnesa i the policy IS at the Phoenix Hotel and attended We nerd several good men to sell & Nicholas County .82 per cent. Jame Sparks, II. C. Anderson, James, ' Sutton, .Maggie Marhbank. Jame Alyce llrndey for "Kver we pursue in the shoring nf After" Singer tewing machines and collect Oldham County .70 per cent Hall. W. H. Furr. Ollie Johnon, II. Naylor, Itobert Champ, A. J. all animal, Mr. and Mr. Henderson Wheeler, on account Good opportunities for II. D. Creech. T. It. Wagers. 80 percent. J. T, Henry. K. Cox, It. M. Doolin, County We repair all kind Machinery For full particular, . 82 per cent. C. C Humber, George Lewi:., Smith W. F Champ, James 1. White. Kdd Mr and Mrs. Tom Wheeler and Mr advancement. Spencer County and Mrs Oscar Helton, all of Kirks nddres 7G per cent Hurt, Milton Ward, John Itogers, Kurtz. J. M. Kdwards, Thomas Woodford County A. H. VANHUSS Singer Sewing Machine Co., SO per cent. Lee Spears, Hen Kussell er. Howard Powell. A. J. Hammack, Mile, were the Sunday guets of Mr County Lar.caatrr, Ky Danville, Ky H Mr an. I Mr Itobert Gu!le. and SO per cent. Holman. John Green, Gilbert Hroad-'J- A. Mernman, Pettus Ftentley. Shelby County What Have j I You Done? I d l)e, I parent, Or. nml Mr. A. J. Wesley Weil, of II, (awe. Pay your tax t.ow and Ret J. A. Itratton, nuvenlr. City Tax Collector. Stove pipes and elbow, 16 ct. hnvf..i, stove board, rook heater, cheap; Mailable ranee, buggy a and breeching, brooms nml Ice cream fretier at cost, second hand a wagon, Double Cultipackeri, cheap. liar-net-- Rally Of Boosters ' .,., , a - i., ..,.... fe.in j, ,. t. I toii. r'" j Jee i. . ....... - " - .ir. ..... . " 'I-- tiei-lty- ' !'" ......00 n ,. I cl - . ati Hob-Owe- t i t i a t i a Is Your Horse Nervous F Turn-Trimbl- e ' lto. p t) I'on. C m - , ' - An-;,r'- - j' i - - --.- ..v ....' '' Sn". '. - '.ja . roi-dre- Jack-Davi- s 1 uru, -- -i address the people of Garrard situation at the I f county on OF CALIFORNIA the tobacco 1 1 1 1 ivl..t. i It'.'1' COURT HOUSE IN - LANCASTER, n,n, ,f' UfT' 1 'X' r'T'r r I T ii.. ..,... .l,l, Sander.. W. C. Pearl Ruble, ley, William Norton, John Miracle, i,.i... i n uum. i o t 1111 iiNiintii, ,w, in ii .,- w. X. Al.. II 11... II II......... I...... .... I IV" .IV. 11011, II UUUIIir, JlJ.l' I I'UM'V, Loc Holtzclaw. Jame I. Hamilton, I"" F' . . ........ .......... ,V ... , UIHUI1, U, , ...,..... uuiu, " " ihis, win iiujimiis, .u, Will Lear, Henry Moore, Irvin i'uiiii, uenry oiuiiiii William D. Johnson, Andrew Johnson, and W, C Ford, Ansil Itutledge, Ijtwson, W, II. Creech, Jasper SebasHuckley, Mark Jennings, Marshall iC. Hoikins. tian, W. T. Sebastian, George " Scott, Uumum Reynolds, It. T. Wil- II. F. Reynolds, C C. Sowdcr, G. M. Green, Joe Hull. T. K. Cecil, wn, R. S. Ruble, Howard Stupp.. tO Albert Osborne, James Clurk, K. G. Jaiiu-- Christopher. C. M. Dean, Rob Creech, J. W. Klmore, J, M. Cralg ert Mullins, Scrivner & Whittaker, niOOtiniT tllO Jtaale Layton, V. - Sanders, Willie Jim Locker, Frank .Turner, Jes. W. Bolton, Virgil Sebastian, John Farra, Sanders, Leslie SebaHan, Bradley HnilUA ,dU Baul Farra, N. Cotton, G. C. Walker, Warren. Charle. Wooten, John WylieJ Jennings, S. A.' C. 11. Doty & Co., Ililrie Conu-tt- , Shirley Hudson, Karl is A. F. Sanders, A. W, Kavanaugh, Hill. Irvin Faulkner. A. II. Little. J. George Mime, J. W. Sweeney, C. It. Davis, Kmvred Clark, I'. II. Hot-kive Charle. H. Kill. John Collins, 8. Ballew, W. T. King, G. B. Swine-kreaVoid Wood, Leo Lear, W. T. S. W. Motler, Robert L. Creech, Sutton, Saa Prather, David F. Ross, Woodson R. Tudor, Gilbert Starnes, Millard Hamm, James Ross, II. I!. Anderson, CarlCaarlea Creech, ' ' n' ilu Nlr. U' K. Whittaker. T. C. ' ',tt Duncan, v um.Ii. ii us.,, i. ton, J. ... ... 1 Gil-lia- !? Saturday, Oct. 29th 1:30 P. M. Mr. Sapiro is the best authority in the world on growers Marketing Association, and can explain any objection or answer any question concerning the tobacco contract for uniting the farmers for better prices. Co-operati- W-.U- - ihi it ve Come 4 I- the SAPIRO lit nnilft OatlUQay lit I Co-operati- P. M. He the greatest Floyd Htuaparey, Sam Ramsey, II, G. Kk. J. Hocan Ballard, A. B, tiwMe. R. J. Gillam. Sr.. Walter Fala, Naylor Bretkars, Ftorence and MaMi, J. L. Dui, K. L. Row ton Hunt, Robert Poynter, Henry William. John Vanderpool, William Scott, R. C. Rose, J. C. Williams, R. L. Barker, J. E. Robinson, Tom Evans, Noah Marsee A Son, Lewis authority on Marketing in the world today. Don't miss hearing This proposition means much for the prosperity of the farmer and it is the duty of every good citizen to inform himself on this plan for better living conditions and stabilized values of tobacco and land. Lewis L. Walker. Chairman him.