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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): November 3, 1921 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1921 cen1921110301_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): November 3, 1921 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1921 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE CENTRAL RECORD. THIRTY ItCOHB Ti I LANCASTER. KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON, NOVEMBER 3, 1921. Y NUMIR 31. BOURBON AND FAYETTE'S FLYING Centre College BeaU 25 MILLION POUNDS BIG ARMISTICE MR. TOBACCO Harvard In Foot Ball CELEBRATION SQUADRON PUT ANDERSON9 COUN-TGROWER TOBACCO Game On Last "OVER THE TOP" IN TWO Signed? tin Lancaster Nov. 1 1th. You Have (Pledged To Hurley Pool Saturday. DAYS DRIVE Carter, Harrison, Scott And Gallatin Read This. COMMANDER EMMETT O'NF.ALU i SAME TOIACCO SOLD FOR MANY DIFFERENT PRICES Sam A SPEAKER OF THE DAY Doubt ("entr? ( ollege, li.inville, beat Har- Header Foci Hall Game. Pit 3.H. Sam FroM 2S T 36 Cents Pound On Sam Marital On Day. Lewis II. IVel. What promises to br onjr oT thr biggest events of thr season will hiKy., Friday. st aged In Lancaster, Nov llth, beginning promptly at mm NOW IN GARRARD TO DO THE SAME THING IN HER FINAL EFFORT vard on their second trip to Harvard on but Saturday by u score of 0 to Add4 To The SevtnWcn That Have Raised QuotasCant' Be At the election on next Tuesday Manager Passonneau received Satwe wib to call to the attention of urday report of the signing; up of every voter in the city of Lancaster, 'JO,3H:i,000 pounds. He said that SIGN NOW AND "TRY TO CJKT IN." to the new- - city council that is run the additions made in counties which ning, thi- council is made up of the hud not reported up to 1) o'clock Satbest citiren and busines men of Twenty-fou- r Counties "Over The Top" Up To Date. urday night would easily put thr figand will make the host ure signed fur the week at 25,000,-00- 0 i ity thr l.ancater High School Foot Hall that our city has ever pounds. .Maineetinif of all the grower trr lieynoliU, I. II Duncan, Alex had. llail will play the Lebanon High team who have rlgned contracts will be Floyd. Frank It. Miller, Tom Martin, Aaron Snptro, of California, closed School Foot Hall team from Lebanon. Although there Is only one council hi speaking campaign in Kentucky hrbi in l.ancantcr Saturday at I IV M. U K. Ford, Kph Leavell, John Smith, running It l The admimon charged will allow t absolutely necessary The loRii. of one grade, weighed at Ijincastrr Snturduy before a big enlltt thr entire membership jn Willie llarri.t, Jasper James Andy e both earner and to for you to vote for them, so many crowd. Congrrssman It first sold for 2S cents the nrcttor - 180 pounds J. Campbell the final drie. It ! very important Herring ,Welev Vanhook. Clarence people have the mistaken idea I, nf ulurli villi lit dlVliled li.. that Cantrill spoke, Heazley, W. C. A-- Mary Holtclaw. -- very member be pn'-- nt. per pound "After tin- - buyers had equally between the LancaMer HIKh" at Bedford; Judge simply becaue there i only one Joe Andenion, Jr , Delbert Kidd, Henpassed to tin other end of tli urUon and Kobert W, Bingham ut Augustn; School ami the American Legion of, linker ti t'ounril running that they dq not Clinton Bodes at Vanceburg, and Mr IVI moved the pile of uadron eompol of Captn...' I.. ry I'etry. J. I' Foley, the lleidal Sanford IW. have to worry to vote for them, It was. . iiornam, toliacco to the other jur tun Son, (Ioney Hrothen. Will l.'iwson, however, vote for the follwing gen James N. Kchoe at Glasgow. The night's entertainment will be r.. nentiy.K. More than 'JOO.000 pounds of toplaced I.I tlu second row of pile on Meter, J. Il.lluiton, C. II. Uobinson, Haul Spillman, A. H. Doty. J. T. patristic erice second time " devoted entirely to it). ( Carpenter, (Juy Smith. Kmmrtt Clark. J II. Mount. S I.. Ilaird, J tlemen and elect them by a big vote bacco were signed nt Lancaster; thr llooi anil sold and will be fne Police Judge Jno. W. Miller. For ' M Faulkner,, lLTi.OOO pounds at Bedford, und 0.'.,. Henry Snell. and II C Hob- - A. tseiu. William "Mr. I'rcl thm repeated this process W. F. Champ. The Hrcord ba nlwn- - been IiiiimI Coon. For Mayor JeMle Alford. W A. Dorton. Walter 000 nt Clnsgow. No reports' were until thr same pile of toliacco." mov- up with moon of Fayette the chaU and the Legion C. (Jul- For City ed from plate to place in the condipt W. II. Whaley, C. It. Dalxell, Humphrey, Sam Lamb. F.dd Hester. ley, Wesley Councilmeti: - Joe J available from the other meeting. one time that we ak that H. Dickeron, and thit I llinkle, N W. Kcniiey anil Theodore Wnrdlew, M. J. Adamn, Al Chairmen Iteuben F, Offutt reportfusion o! selling, hal been sold "ten you upport a worthy cnuie and at Thonian llrown. Dr V O ed Scott county over Saturday and 37. County bert J Scott, tlwen (iilli'pie, A J Walker, fieo. J M Avcnion, of Hourbon times .i follow.. .'. III. 27 name time upend mi afternoon S. Hughr thr 3R. 21. 2H4. ami combining (Jarrard county Adams Hutler Sutton. Andrew Simp Kinnaird and Chairman J. It. Jones came in with 2 evening celebrating th great are here vm, John Klmore, (ieorge A llrown,. Harrison's landing of her quota with cent." The onr small lot of tobac- and ira i piiv. for contractu for the Hurley ,r riiii A Most ( a good margin. Scott county has co lluctuuted during onr day's trailc i .i. iiv.u.i.. tivr Marketing Aociation and are Major Holms, W. I. McKechine,Odu vi M. F.tvin, Henry Tonkersley, succew, ing propirtmnatrly mnrr than rotton ..r'l pounds, vtii.. . hi l... ih.. ..h...f .i.....k. meeting with great Move signed upof r;,700,000 crop, andeighty York, 'change in a per cent on thr New Harher 10H0 ame "team" put- - Anderton Nnylor. .Salle Darker. Kliza Cook, er in the evening anil beaidpi the j During the recent protracted meet rison 4,'Jl:,000 pounds, or about Monday and Squire I'oynter, Jr., Walter Wait.' whole month betwetn official crop re- I will ntertniM vou with count) "over the top" i.inntmir.Ike Montgomery, Klmer Allen, 1! IV me conduct I by Dr. Callls there was eighty-tw- o per cent of the 1920 crop. port, Kverybody Ttlomla) and It look like they are good munc and mnging r, held daily in various section of the Knrlier in the day Carter and GalJ. H "This." declares! McCrary, "was i going, lake they Chandler. Zach II. hat the afternoon olf and r'"K to do for arrnrl Klmer Hyrd. Taylor Went. Les- city what were known as "commu latin counties 1.til reported the comthr uni' tobacco, 'o I by thr same be here lid for Andenion pletion of their quotas, man, and bought by thr name buyers (iarrard under thr leadership of lie Ueiudiis, C K. Yeager. A. T & nity or cottage prnver meetings." Thorp was no Now us a general thing such in Monday morning a (lying quadron onthr same murkr I'haii.nan L. I Walker U going to J I. Sander'-- , J. I'.. Ilaiiuniii, Off. favoritism shown, hut the fult was do her full duty and w,hett the "gong" Charles Arnold. It'mne Cabbanl, Hob-er- t novation? are abandoned, and we are of twenty men in automobiles will Sherrow, .Mr. Mary L. Sherrow, orry to say in many instances, soon start out and keep at work until Nov. found to br In our fool system of on Nov l.'tli., it will be lit MiundeM The big utrike of railroad dumping tobacco." Thor In charge which o chedubnl to take houn that thr Declaration of Indr- - Curtis F.ithergill. 15. C. Clark. Kd.lie forgotten, when the meetings close 15, the date for ending the camIt will be headed by Captain had camouflaged thr pile, only by rr- - place lat Sunday, wa called olf, the iiendeiue will br worn on thr lapel Simpson, Coleman Locker, Theodore However, the gooil unite living on paign. marking it each time it wa old. hradu of the "big iHe" of the labor of every tobacco grower and happi- - Middletoti, Dave Duddeerar. W. II. Lexingt.n street liM'c determined to Sam Clay, nssUted by Lieutenunt Newn and Ohmer, ll.ileigh, N. C U,,p, ..ving n thi ir uxcuv that thr ncM and MiU'hine will once more Kelly, Clarence Dudderar, Hark A- continue their meetings, and thr first Kdwnrd Burke. Tuesday morning .Scott, Jasper Smith, Walter Kelly, one will be with Mrs. tt'ni Simpson another similar squadron will start railroad h) their propaganda had abide in every home In Kentucky 7:30 and Wednesday morning another, J. II'. ( lark. John Black. Krnest on this Friday evening, at in leading tne public into utead of dxpair -- :uid oppreoion and will continue on each all thiee to keep going until the end Dont' let the "tiling" found on you Kavnnaugh, W. T. Donlin, William o'clo-'the belief that thr itrikr wa again! Judge A II. Ford' spirit returned Chance' Friihy evening at the home of some of the campaign. The lenders of the to thr liOil who gave It at ll:IWoe governiiieiii, rniner iiinn hki'' wiiiioui nnving juur euiiiinci iiciini. Clark, Willi. Wiggins, B. C. A Sons. Bill Moberley, i A. C. Mat- - one of the residents on Lexington other two have not been decided up"THY TO (iKT IN the railroaiU o'rlock Thursday morning, October It apear to u that the trikr wan Let' be 100 per cent American-bot- lock. Willie Anderson. John Kava- - ftreet. We are not informed as to on. "8th and after services at the grar naugh. W. (i. Clark. Henrv Tuttle. whether or not other sections of the unMmely and uncalled for, and i.m iiutead of 7f. per cent, by hi pastor, Uev. Price T Smith( John il Moore, 'Lv will do the same or not, but hope Judge Hingham In in great rpecch Andrew Simpson. thr eal reaion for it being called A Record Crowd. of the Methodist church, assisted by w the t'at Danville Tuesday. ianl "thr iloor Howard Kirk, Cornett Brothers, Joe they will, as the move appear to us i. ...... .1... i off wa - that the "big livc nev ti.. wie it.... iiuoson oi Whnt was pronounced by many to be a good one. to church, his remains were laid to rest' handwriting, and when the IT. S. j will be clo.ed on No, loth." Don't PeniiHin. J. S. Peace. J. It. Bay, A. be 'the largest crowd seen In LancasIn the crmetery at 10;00 government made it plain that when ' let the "key" be turned against bap-',C- i I.. Carroll, Millard Baker. Ceorge' ter in rinny year, gathered here on A i thr wall out went into effect, the piticM and prosperity while It is in Carrier, t). I.. Webber, Wash Lee.! SHiiinlnv mnrnliiL- last Satt rday. The attractions were Dillard Simp.on, Arnold Speaks. oi tne movemeiii wouiu be llll' your grasp. Tm. ioca ,.,itor of the various, the school fair, the Sapiro Judge Ford's death was not unex- - "cans There were uTifl growers signed up Arthur Haley, hrnest .Metralf. .Mini nuni enjoyed a rare treat last speaking pected as he suffered his third stroke meilintelv Jallo.I tor conspiracy and the usual tendency of llovever, both the labor union- - In our last issue, and the following Brewer. B. L. Kelly, C. W Bowling, wj... i0l. Kellev nresentd him and his life ot paralysis recently Hill A York, l.ish Dennis, railroads, have been Inclined have signed since: James with a line "mess" of Dix river Ush the people to come to town on Satand 'he jiince bad hung In the balance. urday afternoon. S. II F. Clark & Son. Willie Creech. Hicks, J. B. Casey, (Ieorge F. Brown, They wele of the small mouth black Aifriah Doty Ford was lxrn Sept. to show little respect for the U. Labor Hoanl, a board created by the John Yeokey. J. F Sprntt. W M. IE. II. Brown, Pete Kavunaugh, W. bass variety, two in number, one 'J3nl.. lHSUj he was married in IHM Silver to Miss Stella Kvlns, daughter of government for niejiatory purposes, Barnes, W. S. Kmbry, lohn Hurdett U Prather. T. A. Anedrson. I). W. weighing three, the other three and (ir.mt. Charley Moberley. J T. Prath one-'iato settle questions arising between A Son, Logan Isoi., James II. K. Evln. nounds. and are the llnest The Ladies' Missionary Society of She preceded the late Dr. Sam Williams, lewis Crutch-er- . er, .Millard Moore, Frank Pennies. j nav,. the Presbyterian church gave their him to the grave many years ago. employe' and rmp'oyrr without retn j Mlnn. yyar5, John A. Wylie. S. D. Dollm. C W F. Clark. Horace Withers. J 04 Tliif ftcti uirs niiiieht witli min annuul Silver Tea at the church MonTo their union was born three chil- sorting to strikes; both sides have tp dren, Miss Kltzahclh Font, and Has- - a certain extent ignored the finding M. Baker. W A. Prmsry, Jack Ball. Hammons. hrnest Denny. L F, Si,noWi in wnnt a 0, fl,.rnu.n u.m day evening, and notwithstanding the com C Ford, of Lancaster and Kli- - of this body, .and these slights not W. F Anderson. J. M. Bowling, Wil- K. A. Herring. Tobe Hocker. Docti10 "Cecil water" of Dix river, and inclement weather, large crowd atAndersmi, Thoma! MroEe to relate each of them were tended. As usual the event, which Jah K Ford of the county, all 0f being rebuked, they had lost respect inm Humphrey, M.infonl Murphy, Turpin, Alex A. M F.stes & Son. Hudson ,V Fri- - in rmi. nooeri Ainierson. iiiiam whom ,,f lTKg( tm. t.rB fack Mng as is looked forward to by ninny, wa a u survive him. Besides the for the body. They have thought thirl the Labor olo, r.v, A lie nurion. i: .1. l.ougi louar.l, .1 I. Illll, Hell lloatnght, ful.. 1l,.v..one.l a. thee nr.. iismill- - most enjoyable affair, and the ladies Judge Ford is survived by children Hoar I "did not have teeth." but the l hurley iioss, i.euis wcarreii. It. C. j Frank Tarrance, Jesse Duncan. J. H- - f.mntl in the one brother, Timothy Ford, of latter days of March. realized a neat sum. Son . I. V. I Mckinsry. Mrs. I. F. Naylor. John Denny body with the assistance of Attorney Smith, W. M Sution two sister., Mrs. W,t 1.1 lit., tr. I.nvn ma..... Scott, nf Nicholasvillc, and Jennie tieneral Daughter), have evidently Poy liter, Price Bourne Junes Mild, llatlield .V Son, John Warren. J K men explain this to us, as it is a Denny. Peacock, of ta'est Virginia; also two cut n full set of teeth in appealing Joljn P. Ilamni, Joe T Turner, Oak-- , Ballard, Karl lirow. Willie Metcalf, generally accepted fact that these Alexander, the twelve year old on half brothers, II. F. Fonl, of Lexing- to the ctnspiracy act, a set of teeth ley I'Nice, Wes V"od It D. Woods, J. P. Bourne, Charles Broadus, Dewey-Jame- fish "ne:t" in the early Spring of Mr and Mr. George W. Denny, F. Smith, J I.. Smith. (Ieorge! Price, Herbert Whttlaker, C M. ton, and John Dunn, of Burglu, and that will cause bo'.h sides to heed who reside on the Kirkiville pike M. T. Mullins, John Ileal lett. Silas McMurtry. C. H. Kay, Vir-le- A Change one half sister, Mrs. Kmnia Peel, of the "beware of the dog" sign in the f iture. four mites from town, tiled Satur Andrew Hutchinson, Cleveland ' gd Scott, C. C. Becker, Abe McMur Wilmore. Before the Itecord again greets day of scarlet fever und his remains Bourne, Clayton Humphrey. Tom try, S. It. Naylor, Itichurd Middle Judge Ford has served hi county Middletoii, Tom Dimiii, Tom Spratt,' ton, Harvey .Maupin, John Price, Joe you several of our citizens who are were 'nterred in the Luncaster cemein the capacity of County Judge for ranees, James Dudderer, Win. now around khaking hands with thr tery Sunduy. Mr. and Mrs. Penny W. W West. W. II. l three terms, ami previous to that Inspects Routes. John Jarber, Vauuht, William Blanil, Anderson, I. F. Brown & Son, John good people will be resting their have had six cases of this mulady in Fane. Hubert time had been one of the must suc"crcislng will cessful and progressive farmers of Pttmater K. P. Brown lias Just William T. Moberley. Collis Wear Doolin.Crt il Doolm. W... D.mlm.' bo ,",Mml ,,u" hul" their feet,"H'm-Mill- their family recently. M,:UnK II nu lied his the county inspection of nn. W. M. Stout Smith & II. M. John Jackson. Mr. Henrv Kdington.' Service Uine. Dick Brogl. J. F. lon'M,,Vi"' for nklnB the race, while his Lawrence Judge Furd was .1 man of strong thr nral routes out of I Jincaster, Tarrance, W. II. Smith utl,,,ul opponent win ur re .! Son, Albert Back. K. L. Dunn.""0" personality, attracting men to him, making the trip with each of the Creech, J. A. llol.ln.oii. K. A. Hall, of the To' Richmond. Prnyther. J. II. Flannrry. Herbert Dunn, As Baker, Itobt. Kel ceiving the congratulation, and gaining and holding friends three carriers, He found the routes Willie Sam Ball, II. B. Aldridgr, J II. Mill frey, Itussell Vanderpool, Will Fay public. easily; strong in his convictions, and In fairly good conditions, and with Mr. T. C. A Id ridge of this city is And the good people, they will ever ready to uphold them, A deep the exception of the condition of er, (I. .M; F.stes, J. P Huffman, Ceo. elte, Pierce Shaw, J. M. Cooley & Bro, get t rest, from the importunities, running a cur from Lancaster to D, Itobinson, T. D. O'Hcarn, Lewis bible student, probably as conversant some of the boxes, fund no fault. Hon. Lewis L Walker will speak the handshaking, and the general Richmond, with the scripture as any layman in It Is the duty of the postmaster to Doty, (Jeorge Pollin, Price Huffman, ut Bourne, Ky., Friduy night, Nov worrying of the candidate and will This service has long been needed the county. A King sufferer, he was make these inspection trips twice a Joe Itny, J F. Barnes Josh Sutton, for the citizen of l.ancastcr, und th., ut 7:00 o'clock on the Tobacco be allowed to go their ways in peace, never heard to complain, and bore year, to see the condition of the W. II. llrown, W T. Ilintt. Willie ( the traveling public und will no rativc Marketing. at least for n season his suffering with that fortitude roads and to see that the buxes arc Segar, Ash Coins, Hurry Miller, Kd doubt prove successful to the If there Is any tiling you are in which wus onr of his marked churnc up in good condition and are easily ward Pickersiin, Pleas White, Taydoubt about, he will make It clear teriitlcs. accessible to the carrier and to tee lor Leavell, John Jonkiut, John W Mr. Ahlridge told a Itecord reporMr. Joe M. Kavunaugh was re- ter that he leaves the Judge Ford was well known over and report the general condition of Davis. Harrison Doty, Sam Hughes, to you at thr speaking. Keiigarlun Ccortic Francis, T M. Arnold, Sim cently reinstated in the Federal Pro- Hotel in Lancaster, ut K:00 A. M the stale, where he had a host of the routes. Sells. Clark, Hughe Brothers, Bradley hibition service under the direction arriving in Richmond ut D:I0, leavfriends, who will grieve at his puss Ilamni, Mrs. Curry Davidson, John-to- n What is known as the "Bumside of Major Koy A. Iluines. tag, and here at home, wherejic was Local ing Richmond at :t:l5 P, M arrive P. Speaks, F. J. Itobinson, Ar- place" on the Kichmoud It is useless for us to say that Mr. ut Lancaster at 4::t0 P. M. pike near so well known and loved the entire The local Irish potato crop, especi- nold Bryant, John Morgan, B. T. town wi.s sold on lost Saturday by Kuvunaugh will make good in liis county mourn his loos and extend The fare I $2.00. their deep sympathy to the grieved ally in some sections, of Garrard Lunsfor.'. Mote Pollunl. Kdd llulett, 1.. C. Davidson u assignee of W. K. new job as he proved hercetofore county was almost a complete failure Harvey Sharp, Viril Uyton. Robert Whittaker and was bought by Mr. that he was one of the best revenue It might be well to keep congress family. because of the early dry weather. Layton, Eph Leavell, J W. Poynter, Nick Satders, of Lancaster for $ 1 80 officers In the service. In session during the disarm meet. oUHordo OoaHsh Flow aJway give However, those who planted July B. V. Sutton, J. K. Murshbanks, K. per uere h It would furinsh excellent relaxation The farm contains about The appointment of Mr. Try o took tottey. MlisfasliM. potatoes were more fortunate, the W. Cornett. W. K. Leavell, I). I.. one humired acres, hat a good house prove. that you can't keep a and amuicment for the weary dele- Hudson 4 Fmu. latter making a fairly good yield. Lay, Willie OIlls, Joe Urummitt, Wat- - and is well improved. good man down. gales. 4 that join rrmurkable thlnjrs can hap. pen under the present marketing tin, according to u statement today by Otli H. MrCrary. fnrm demotitra-tloagent In charge of the eastern rmntie of North Carolina. with headquarters at Washington, N C. In describing Perl's experience umlrr "our fool ytem f dumping tobacco," McCrary state I that tin Martin count) farmer recently carried n load of tobacco to one of tin- "big Wiln,, three" mnrkrU. which nrr K(nton and Greenville, nnd aol.l tt . ten limes Jut to f what would hap-x-n- Thr American Legion, will claim Kinstoii. Oct. 29. this day n thrlr vrry own and in of Griffins township, Martin county, order to crlrbralr same thry will lint satisfied n lot of tobacco grower ball games in the r m. Garrard County's Splendid Organization Near-inThe Coveted Goal Of 75 Per Cent g Judge Bingham In His Great Speech, At Danhavr two big foot ville, Says The Door Will Be Closed After nflrrnoon following thr big pa''', with patriotic serthru to end up November loth. that vices at thr School Building night I'. M. the B. Starting promptly at men will form n him of r.srrice parade headed by the Lcgionaire Kooi Halt team from thr School Campus to thr Square lo thr Fool Hall ground, whrrr thr l.cgionnlrr Irani will play the strong tram from I'aint l.lrk, immrdiatrly aflrr thm gumr 1 to Harvard Centre Journejed about thi time Inst year on the same million, but were uuucccful, but nothing daunted, tried It again with A the above reult. Danville Jut about went wild when the news nf the victory came, the entire town turned out and completely, bedlam broke loose young ii ml old, men women and chilli re n joining in the rejoicing. (I. Mifn To Rushed. L KELLEY AND SONS SEED COMPANY SIGNED THE CONTRACT. HAVE ALL Vote For The City Council. Lexington, Oct 30, Four more counties, Carter, Cnllatin, Scott and Harrison, went over the top Satur day in the campaign of the Hurley AssoTobacco Crowers per ciation to sign up seventy-fivcent more of the Hurley crop of thr district including parts of Kentucky, Ohio, Indiana and Tennessee, and Saturday night Organization Manager Joseph Pussonneau estimated the amount signed up In the drives put on the past week at 'Jfi.OOO.OOO e pounds. I . fo-ope- , Commedable - Ile-te- Led-for- Strike Ford. k, h . I 1 j (.ini,. Kre treat. , Annual Tea lf - Lai-iiigto- n, I s Of Attitude. Postmaster semi-annu- er Auto Reinstated. Farm Potato Crop Short Kava-naujc- Th Central Record, Lancaster. Ky. Thursday, Nov 3 1021 URGE REMOVAL OF ORGANIZATION Fayette Farmers' Union Strong Far lurlay Marfcatlag Say National OpsMM It. How Mronirlv members of the Fayette County Farmers' Union fnv or the proposed Hurley Tobacco Co operative Mnrketing Afociation was shown nt n meeting of the Union hat urdny afternoon In the court house at Lexington when it was decided bv unanimous vote that a member call on K. It. Harrison, president of the State organization, to osk the removal from Knyette county of a representative of the Union who is alleged to hae urged farmers nut to sign their tohncco with the Plan, . MgggggflPSggggggggggggggggjggg?-ggaV' s ssgssssn SsBsms 444 one eleven Cigarettes 'sB s gaysssssssssssssssSjssssssB.AYsy'sBssssjg Rsrsiitatia 111 fix. i&m .kill Td , mil ' 1 Jit B Three Inseparables One for mUdness,VlRGINIA One for mellowness, BURLEY One for aroma, TURKISH The finest tobaccos perfectly aged and blended 20forl5 FIFTH AVE. I.CW Ctl YORK V r I Farmers who atWill Union tended the organization meeting pledged GO hog for the first carload Months Ship to be shipped under the new plan. Neglecting to give bees protection Union county farmers are making The association will have headquarduring the winter is responsible for plan, to ship their Jive stock to mar-k- ters at Wavcrly. the death of muny hives ami causes plan following on a A saving of 30 to 40 per a weakened condition of many more the organization of a county live cent of the shipping costs on each before spring arrives, according to stock shipping association at a re- 100 pound has been saved by the 11. U. Jewett, bee .specialist at the cent meeting attended by 35 far- method. The organization of the College of Agriculture. Bee keepmers, according to O. G. Card, mar- association is expected to make it keting specialist from the College of poslb1c for the largest number of ers who wish to avoid losses should begin now to prepare their colonies Agriculture, who spoke nt the meet farmers in the county to market for winter, Mr. Jctt said. .All supers ing and outlined a plan of organize-- 1 their stock by this method. should be removed after the first killassocia-- j tion. Directors of the new ing frot ami food provided for the tion selected at the meeting were J The size of a fellow' kick docs bee in case there is a lack of stores. Waller Payne, J. T. Speakes andj not indicate the quality of hi brain. i A strong colony should weigh from 10 to CO pound. The colonies may be packed in boxes singly, in pairs or In groups of e four, the main object being to plenty of insulating material, have the colonies situated away from circulating air curetits and the en trances away from the prevailing rold winds. The hives should he completely surrounded by from four to 10 inches of insulating material. Dry 'eavs may be used provided they are packed tightly. The packing should not be delayed until winter weather comes since harmful conse quences result when the bees are dis Any line of merchandise, in order to make lurhd during the winter. The en trances should be about s Kood, must bn such ns to draw "repeat" order. of an Inch wide. Clem Hancock. Co-operatively. et d pro-vid- Farmers Beet Need Protection During Winter According to Charles Asbury, Fay- Don't let yeur hair lose its ll anal beauty, one of the national orJust a little elfort on your part will repay you ganizers has on several occasion thousand times. spoken to farmers in Fayette county urging them not to sign up their Our hair tonic will make the scalp healthy and with the association. Uxn vigorous; it will retard the gray hairs. the motion of acting president J. V. Our tonics are easily applied, and in a few days Smith, Mr. Asbury was appointed you will notice a great improvement in your hair. as a committee of one to see what We also have perfumes, face powders and toilet steps can be taken towards remov articles for you. ing the representative from the counCome to US for it. ty, If not the State. It was decided that the executive committee would take up the matter in conjunction with Mr. Asbury. Practically every memlwr of the union has signed up his tobacco with the proposed association. nU who hud training for no work COY whatever. Illiterates compose practically the entire army of our tramps, (Delayed.) a tremendously expensive group. Miss Mossie Hirk spent Sunday One out of forty of the entire host with Mrs. Chriss Stephen. of fallen women in the United States Miss Jessie Kent spent Wednesday no training in the matter of jhns had ,trade or profession. Hut we could with Miss Mattie Ilrulah Cobb. Id I go on with figures Indefinitely. Mrs, Mattie Harvey is visiting hrr I All of the- - condition, which add For Genuine Relief Your Blood to the burden of public tax, and men- - sister, Mrs. U Cobb and family. Mrs. Tommie Dailey spent SaturMust Be Purified. ace public health are corrected In day night and Sunday with Mr. and downright, harassing ditcom. For Home Society, which 'takes In the Mrs. Itobt Whittaker r.. teal, .r.,,.i. r Jf. ' ! Mrs l.ige McMllllan, Mrs. V. T. railed skin dieatct, such ecema, tetter, little waifs, trains tlirm, schools them loiih, eruptions, scaly irritations in. I similar and plates them in households where Moberley and Mrs. Abe Ilurtort spent troubles, notwithstanding the lavtth use skin with Mrs. Amanda of salves, lotions, washes an. I other tteaf. they generally are adopted Into the Wednesday Clouse mentsapplicdettcrnall)" totheirritatcd parts. family To correct the basic trouble vjiu froJ. The Society accepts only those Mis Maudle Clouse, who Is stayutlt the blood must I purified. Don't ckut children committed to its care by the ing in Madison ssai the guest Sunday sourWuod. Juu clean it out. feature will lo County Judges of the State, thus re- of her mother, Mrs. Amanda Clouse the rest. Purr, rich, red blood nourishes the lieving the various counties of their and family. bodr and rights off ditcitr. o. 9. !..M the standard likatd purifier. and I care and putting the little ones in . ... e !I' Miss Jessie puujcr, is .L!..., rcmcur nr ifcin inc lueai ijucm I rr1.,i.n. that work for better spent last week Kent, of Lexington, nlS S S I, In ,i.l lh rfiitifuiis. with Mr. and Mrn system of the waste products which are caus-- 1 citizenship, O. J. Harden and family ami other ing the trouble. For over 50 years S. S. S. From (Jarrard County children relatives here. "".rroven a ix t unusual mem. wgin ' haVl. s.ffcn r..,t.iv..( Into the Ken Mrs. Jim Sanders and little daughimiiv inn wriir iitr n niir laainir n. tucky Children's Home, whereas the illustrated booklet, "Full .Ihullht B.'wJ" ter, James Charlotte, are spending (larrard County fiscal court has confree. Personal medical advice, without charce. tributed only $17.1.0(1 to Its upkeep this week In Frankfort, the guest of may alio be had by sending a complete her aunt, Mrs, Kma Manford. description of your rase. Address Chief in the quarter century of its Mrs. 1 C'nbb, Mrs. Mattie Harvey, Medical Director, Swift Specific Co., 743 fe. b. !. Laboratory, Atlanta, ui. All good ami Mr. Klmer Knst spent from Satdrug stores sell i. S. S. urday until Sunday with their sister, Mrs Will Sherrow and family, of Mt. al ette county, McRoberts Drug Store Ska Diseases Dm Ts Waste Prsatds Hk Bits. .mi. i . .. Help The Homeless Hebron. Upon the mothers and school of Kentucky, rests the fate of anil thousands of little homeless PTf asuasae, tssjaaswaMsssi Stormca Drug Store VALUES That "Repeat" that line of is three-eighth- peculiarly the ease with our meritorious i i General Merchandise Kvery article has received the best elForts of A noted ltussian singer ways that the less n woman wears the lomru she will live. In that event it is only a question of time when half of the undertakers wil go out of bus! nets, master workmen. newest. They are of the season's best and SLOW DEATH Aches, pains, nervousness, difficulty in urinating, often mean acrious disorders. The world's standard remedy for kidney, liver, Madder and uric acid trouble Hemembcr we carry a larue and complete line of HARDWARE and FARMING IMPLEMENTS of nil kinds. We sell for cash, therefore we sell for less. G0U) MEDAL & Ballard Becker VILLI, KENTUCKY.; BRYANTS stjdgLBtCfe and dun wat4 ot brine sisadly diisaiM. Kaown as its isaiional (tmady of Holland for mora than 2M yaws. All tftufgltu, in thrsa aisaa, GmU hMal nmt aaa quick raNaf friendless children throughout the' State, as only through completion of the cottage village at London, Ky , can these little waifs be rescued from squalor and crime by the Kentucky Children's Home Society, runds for the cottage village now under con truction are exhausted ami plans for removal of the Kentucky Chil dren's Home Society by December 1st. from the present quarter on Ilaxter avenue to the rural Homei will be halted unless the appeal for' money is answered by the mothers of Kentucky. The call of the country has s'choedl throughout the crowded city Home' for the 100 children that fill the old J row of former residences which have' been converted for many yeans into the quarters of the institution. Two of tho buildings of the cottage village are nearly completed, but the workmen must lay down their tools, the children must forget the happiness they had longed for, if the appeal fails. Ceorgu I.. Sehou, Superintendent of the Society is asking the mothers and school els 1 dren for sufficient funds to complete the village, in order that the future' Home iray be dedicated to the' school children of today, More than '!,hu0 school children have been taken In by the Society since its organization twenty-liv- e years ago and today in every com muiiity of the State are men ami women among the representative' citizens who owe their success in life to the Society which saved thcim from the evil environments of the county poor houses. More thousands of little onus, destitute and friendless, await lunging-l- y for the doors of the Kentucky Childcrn' Home Society to open to them and now with pitiful appeal they knock at the hearts of humanity for a chance. It is divulged by statistic complied by tho United States census that 10 per cent of the Inmates of the prison are Individu J si-1 A number of friends and relatives were entertained at the home of Mr 'an I Mr. Newt (Jrow last Friday in hinor of I'ev and Mrs. Manly, 'f Lancaster l mGET CHOUCMf The CaloriC Pipcloi Furnace offers your Family: June-likwarmth in every rtxiin in coklcst weather (70 KU.irantetil) fuel lulls cut $ to 4- - unequalled convenience -- clean rooms -- safety heat protection. e The CaloriC sive you the great advantage A one elliclctit central heating 4ant in basement inttcad ul seseral stosesin diflcrcnt rooms. Costs less than stoves ncrenMry to heat same since. For old buildings or new. No plumbing, or alteration. No pipe to freeze. M ade by largest nuniif act urcr of warm-a- ir furnaces in world, (her 125.000 users, many in I bis neighborhood. Our (uar.iniec "Vour sjt isiactioit or money lurk." Coins la und tsx this svuouVrful heating system. HASELDEN BROS talk jg. A Mk. iHki as liMk Th Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday Nov 3, 92 1 1 BLAZING RED HOT REDUCTION'S IN CLOTHING SHOES FURNISHINGS AT BATSON'S CASH STORE. BIG NOVEMBER SALE Commencing Friday, Nov. 4th We must sell $15,000.00 FRESH, CLEAN MERCHANDISE, BOUGHT RECENTLY AND SOLD ACCORDINGLY. Work Shirks, while 65 ct. $1.00 Overalls Men's Scout leather work Shoes. $1.65 . 25 eta. Men's all leather Gloves . . 10 ci. Men's Cotton Gloves Men's Cotton Fleece Underto ' IT. Cash in the month of November and we have SLASHED prices in accordance. X OUR PRICES SAVE YOU 10 to 25 PER CENT SOMETIMES MORE ON EVERY ARTICLE. Men's Kersey Suits .$10.00 Men's Black Slickers (Fish brand) $3.50 Men's Handkerchiefs . . 5 cts. Men's Silk Neckties 25 eta. 10 cU. to 98 eta. Men's Gloves . . Men's M oz. Union Suits, while they last $1.00 Men's Caps .. . 25 cts. Rijr lot Young Men's English Toe Shoes $3.50 Rig lot Flannel Shirts $2.00 BRING THIS BILL WITH YOU. . to to zr. X thv last .... ... -- v. Men's Caps Men's Guaranteed Pants-- 1 yr. Men's Corduroy Suits BIG LOT SWEATERS. wear Garments Men's Fur Hats ... .. . $1.00 $1.00 $2.50 $10.00 50ct. to n . to to D O WE HAVE CONFIDENCE IN THE BUYING PUBLIC THAT IF THE PRICES ARE RIGHT, THEY'LL BUY. Big lot Men's Work Shoes, worth $2.98 $5.00, sold at Big lot Overcoats . . .$10.00 to $15.00 Big lot Silk Hose 45 cU. Boys Overcoats $5.00 to $10.00 Boys Union Suits 39 ct. Big lot Boys Knee Pant Suits $2. to $7.50 Suspenders 25 ct. Fresh and new Ball Band Rubber Boots, Arctic, etc., at lowest prices. 4 Buckle Arctic Rubbers $1.75 Full line of Mens and Bovs Shoes STEVEN STRONG MAKE. MONEY TO LOAN on good city property. Pay back on weekly or monthly Installment!. The Lancaster Building & Loan ASSOCIATION. ktMHrXri. J. K. ROBINSON. President Win. S. HOPPER. Sec't. 4 Trei. Sptcial lnvitttrtn Tlii bunk n tt Ywi Puplc 'Ornili to every oung man it woman in this special Invitation to become n saving depositor. Only by and systematic saving may you hope to ucUire the fund necessary to eventually branch out in busi-nefor your self. No Kreut amount l necessary to open an account. You van do so on any sum from one dollar up. Vuu can add to thl account fro.n time to time in any sum you desire, no matter how small it 'nay be. community ca.-ef- THE NATIONAL BANK OF S. C. DENNY, Ca.kwr. Capital Surplus $50,000. 50,000. Honor Roll Bank Capital $10,000.00 Surplus 9co.oao.oo Hwwr 1111 Bank. 4 per ctmt paid mi Iimm posits. Call mmd s us. de- 1J. J.F.Walker. Champ, I- President. Vice-Preside- W. O. Rigney, Ass't. to the President. L. (i. Davidson, Cashier J. - Gill. Assistant Cashier. W. F. Millsr, Assistant Cashier. Mr. Naomi Hamilton, Teller. CITIZENS NATIONAL LANCASTER, KY. BANK. Cerate PuMic Square aad Daavlllc Strict. Mr and Mr. Miley lleazley. Mr, James lleazlt-y- . Misses I.ida llroadMrs. C. It. Henry visited Mr. dus, Dorothy and Josephine lleazley. j were guests Friday evening of Win. Scott Monday afternoon A. M. (iirdler and James Yim-- I Genuine Kanawha Salt, best for tis. curing meat. HuiKon Farnau. I Mr. Tom Karnes, who ha been a Miss Lucy Turner wa the visitor (recent visitor in Knovville, was the of Mies Mollie ami Kthel Itaniei honor guest on Friday evening, Oct. Wednesday. '.'1st., at a piirty given at the home Messrs. Wm. and Jame lleazley, of Mr. and Mr.. Charley Tuttle. of of SomerM-- t .are visiting friends and Cannon, Ky, All present spent an enjoyable evening. relatives here. On Wednesday, Oct. 'JOth., at the sale Saturday, Nov. Remember the home of Mr. and Mrs. 1.. 0. David5th., of Mrs. Carrie Davidson at 10 8 son, of Lancaster, Mr. Carrie David- o'clock slurp. son, Mr, and Mrs. - G. Davidson Messrs. Armstetl llruner and Mr. entertained with u charming six SunKobinson, of Jessamine were o'clock dinner complimentary to Mrs. day visitors here. Jennie West, of Tulsa, Okla. Their Mesdames Green and Alfred I'o li- other guests were Mr, Millard West, ter, spent the day Wednedayvith of Washington, D. C, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Wm. I .a tie, Wm. West, Mrs. W. T. Sutton and Oscar Lewis, of Miss llettie West The dining room Mr. and Mr. Woodforil, spent the past week with was beautifully decorated with pink Chrysanthemums. It wa a delightMr. and Mrs. Tom Doolin. Mr. and Mr. Wm. Walker were ful atfair in every appointment. geusts Wednesday of Mr. anil Mr, BUCKEYE l.em Matthews, of Poor Ridge. Mr. Albert Phillip, of Corbin, arMr. A. C. Miles wild a cow to Mr. rived Friday for a visit with her Price at Ijincaster Mr. ami Mr. T I.. Ynnti. Mr. and Mrs. Reather Kay have Mrs. Henry Yater and daughter, purchased a Dodge car. Elizabeth, spent Sunday with Mr. Mis Vernn Itay entertained a and Mrs. John Yater, of Judson. number of friends Thursday evening. Mr. and Mr. John 0bom and Mr. T. O. Hill and Mr. Talbott Mr. Perry Osborn ipent a portion of Jenkins were In Danville last week. last week with Jessamine friends. Miss Pattie Long, of lincaster. Misses Cecil anil Kilith Norvel. of has been visiting Mis Lora llrown. guest of Corbin have been recent ! Mr. Heather Itay has returned their uncle, Mr. J. P. Foley and Mrs. home after three months stay in Haz-- I Foley. ar.l. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Conn, of LinIlls. I .1. It'ltllb IS .i.i.iiik Mr. coln, were visitors Wednesday of Doty, in Richand Mrs. Milton Ward and Mrs. C. mother, Mrs. .Mary mond. It. Henry. Mr. and Mrs. Lilian! Miles, of Miss I.Ida llroaddus, of Hyattsville with Nicholnsville, spent Thursady spent last week with her sitters, Miles. Mesdames Marcus White and Miley Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Miss Alice Wolf, of Nicholasville, lleazley. Long Mr. ami Mrs. It. N. Long worth is visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. P. and Miss Francis Long. and Mrs. A. M. (iirdler, of Somerset, Misses Jane Herberson and Sadie visited Mr and Mrs. James Ynntis guests of Italston were week-enthe past week. Mesdames F.dil ltos, of l.ancatcr, Mrs. Italston at Paint Lick. Mr. A. C. Miles and Hubert Carter and Mrs. Wm. Clark Were guests Thursday of Mrs. C. K. Henry ami delivered some nice cattle to Nicholasville and Lexington last week. Mrs. Milton Ward. Northern Rosen Seed Mrs. Carrie Davidson and Mrs. W. H4 Clovsr Ssssl. T. Sutton attended a social of their Rjrs, Tissotky HusUs Faraau. Top Sunday School class Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. W. A. Price Mr. A. C. Mile and Hubert CarIn Lancaster. ter were in Nicholasville and Lex Me-Idapar-ents. d GUY. ington from Tuesday until Thursday. county Oct. 2:1 and 2Hrd. Mr and Mrs. Ollie Hogie and W. Hi K.nnaird, who came in for daughter were guests of Mr. and the burial of Mrs. Sam Killers will Hogie in Lancaster Satur- return home in a few days. Mrs. Je day. Mr. A. It. Carter's sale was not Mr. and Mr. Itobt. Carter. Mrs. very satisfactory Saturday, so everyHubert Carter and son, Mrs. A. C. thing was bid in was taken down. Mile and Mrs. Lizzie Wilds spent Mrs. J. 11. Creech and Miss I.illie Wednesday in Crab Orchard. Creech, of Ohio, visited Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mr. It. W. Sanders, Mrs. W. M. Clark Thursday of last week. Hiram Itay, Mrs. Forest Curtis, Mrs. Mr, drover Klders, who has been Nora Tenter, Mies Kthel Itay, Sal-li- e viiting friends and relatives at thi Lou Teater and Martha Curtis, place has returned to his home in spent Wednesday in Lexington, lllino. On Saturday, Nov. 5th., at 1:30 Mr. John Helton and family starto'clock, ICev. Thompson will preach ed for Missouri Friday morning drivhere. There will be six Deacons or- ing through in a wagno. We all dained. On Sunday A. M. at 11:00 are anxious to hear from them and o'clock Itev. Price will preach. Sunare hoping they made their journey day school ::io P. M. alright. II. Y. P. L meets, every WednesTobacWe think the Kthel day evening, at C:'M o'clock. co growers will sure go over the top. Itay i President; Jesle Itay, Vice There are a few- - old hard hulls that Pres.; Francis Long, See'y; Sallie think they will hold the good citizens Lou Teater corresponding See'y; Jane down, hut they are going to get Harberson Chorister, Lucille Sanders, fooled this time "Hurrah for old Librarian; Klmer Kay, Jane Harber- Garrard!" son, Itobt. Davis and Vetna llroadMr. Sam Killers, who brought the dus. Captains. remains of his wife in last Monday from Missouri, ha returned home to HAMILTON VALLEY his children. The remains were laid to ret in the Manse cemetery. Lee Spear is very ill at this writher husband she is survived by ing. three small children. He sure has Mr. Marion Wells was in llerea the sympathy of all his friends and Saturday. relatives, for we all know what a Mr. and Mr. Melvin Stenett lost mother is in a home. their home by lire on Oct. I tth, Don't argue with your razor. It Mr, Oreen Spear has purchased a is sharper than you are. small house and will move soon. Mr. Millard linker, of Indiana, is visiting friends and relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Zack WiUon visited Positively no fox hunting or hunt-o- f Mr. and Mrs. Itobt. WiUon Saturday any character or trespassing on night. our farm's. Any violators will bt Mr, Delia Majors and Miss Fannie prosecuted. W. S. F.mbry, W. A. Price, T. J. Hilton were married in Incaster on! Price, Ed ond N..B. Price, Fisher Oct. 'JL'nd. n Mr. John Lear and MUs Dorothy Herring, Crit Meadows, Ansel were married In Luncastcr on 'dowi, John Collier, J. S. Schooler, 'lo Crlicillis, J. M. Criscilllt, Robert 0Ct "0th Conn, Jim Conn, Mrs". Mrs. ,..'8pWe. George John Robert and Mrion Zhnon creasy Wilson were in Paint Lick Conn, J. M. Tom E. Whitaker, week. shopping i Meadows, W. T. King. John Rich, Mr. Sm h Hurt and three girls. Wch c Cofm ,nd a R were in iiumiiion time cncmiui. Adams, R. L .Arnold, Mrs Victoria hunting on Oct. Anderson, G. T. Ballard, Sr., E. L. Mr. und Mrs. E. C. Robinson are) Woods, II. L. Kelley, Donehuo rejoicing over the arrival of a baby Bros., II. C. King. T. I Yautls. girl, named Edna Louise. (Other names will be addsa ot 25 cents.) Mrs. Marion Wells and daughter, Iks (tf.) Cora, visited relatives in Rockcastle Attention Huntera Mea-Hilto- ,, j Rlafti SJ, SJ. Rl nayn' Th Central Record, Lancaster, Ky Thursday Nov 3. 102 I IDa 1 matter of bravado. Others good citizens often entry them, but purely for self protection against thetiad man who is ready to shooj at the first opportunity. All are violators of the law FOR A CUSTOMER of the land. If the law against the ('iffy-lu- g of concealed weapons were rigidly enforced against every person and if the penalty g A few high grade Biggie on hand. Come were changed to a penitentiary sions. N Knt the things you crave. If nature didn't inAnd we will continue to talk, offense there wotdd be very 'and get yours before they are gone. tend you to eat them you would not have been proand forget, and wait for the few murders and other outrages committed. The unarmvided with an appetite that craves" them when p next sensation to brenk. It is the microbe in the blood ed man seldom commits a normal health. of the age nothing more. criminal act. Our variety of groceries and foodstuffs is so Our law officers and courts The microbe that transmits the great that wo can satisfy any appetile. Our prices wickedness of the ancients to are going about the business of stamping out crime in the are so reasonable no pocketbook need feel the strain. the children of today. at leas than factory pricea. Now la the time wrong manner. This is a good place to come, and a better place to Newspapers Make Men Criminals have no far of keep coming. to bay. I.I... I..... "fSMllini K"" Ciirr.vmK. ....!..... Mnnv tmn!.. tmn.rim. thnt lm terror for " the prominence of great men! Hv Py and shove is due entirely to their own) u'm' me gun oacK in ineir poexct genius. again. Hut it is not so. Hut serving a year or two in In this age the most brilliant the pen would not be so easy. "Live and Let Live Folk.." of men would be practically It would occupy too much time, unknown except for the work and wouldn't be altogether Tanlac is manufnctureil in one of background Delirious refreshments of the press in following their tlie largest and most modernly equip of hot chocolate and sandwiches were comfortable. ped laboratories in this country careers step by step and reAbout one hundred were And if the second or third ) Stormes Krag Store present at this enjoyable affair, and on his trail, he .sought asylum porting them to the country at offense meant five or ten years (It The Central Record every one went home wishing each in Mexico with I'ancho Villa, large. in limbo, we imagine tlfc prac Lancaster School Notes team much success in their remainI srntd Waaklt-- . Yaar. !!. been have Newspapers the former bandit chief who ing games. tice would soon cease entirelv. PayaMa is Aaaa. defied governments and armies known to pick up men of Just L. II. S, Crushes Madison At any rate, it wouldn't be Parly Hallow' J. E. ROBirON. Editor. ordinary intelligence and make on Ijincaster Hi with her fir-- t string with impunity. A Hallowe'en party was given on the increase in the centers A. L .ELKIN, Local Editor and Mgr. His ill gotten money? Ask them governors, or place them of population and in many men defeated the strong Mndiron Hi Friday night at the school building 'i to 0. L II. S took Madison off in other offices of honor and Villn. country districts, as it is today. their feet in the first two minutes of by the Young Peoples' Society of the tntercd at the Post Office in responsibility. They are com town. Kvery one came Ky., ni Second-ClasMail Hut Spurgin, a blood relaThe fellow who isn't satis play, when Iwtwson brought down a n good time was enjoyedmasked and by nil. monly known as favorites of Matter. tion of distinguished bankfied to light with his lists should pats and raced for a touchdown. often it County School Fair ers and noted citizens, is no the newspaper. More be forced to let lighting alone. Lancaster Hi was itrong on aenel Fot.ieii AdvMiiMiit Rpr oMosslt is simply because they are willAll the students of the schools of attack and gaineil ground continuAMERICAN PRESS ASSOCIATION THE more or less than a product of ally throughout the gume by their the county gathered at the Uncnitrr ing to allow the paper to dicTanlac tin hern nn unfailing the age in which we live. High School Saturday morning' to tate certain policies and ap source of rumfurt to million thru forward pass. (instmeau, l.nncati-r'Lmeultr, Ky., NswsAtr 3. 1921 Wealth and social ambition Ine ptungng full back, gained thru lake part In the parade which was out the length anil breadth of tlii Kichomnd's heavy line from live to given by the children of the county. are the great curses of our day. pointments Hut few men ever succeed ill 'ontinent. Haw yon tried It for your twenty Hate For Political Anaoaacei The students of different schools arils at will. This being Intelligent men will scheme ' trouble,? Storm.-.- . tt his llrst appearance on home ground,! wore various colored caps and car. Drue Store Kor Precinct and City Office. .$5.00 and cheat and swindle in their getting the public office against (iastliii-ashowed to the rooters that'ried their banners. The girls and 10.00 For County Offices of their party to amass fortunes in the hostility Card Of Thanks. Walker, boys of the Junior High of l.anraitcr he was u real full back For State and District Offices.. 15.00 efforts press. On Kriiliiy night, October Itobinson, that red headed terror, carried a banner of purple anil gold, .10 order that they may trail along For Calls, per line or tinFor Cards, per line . ... .10 in the class of more successful The . press.I'll.makes.1.1 .l.tUtl'.lX - jwe lost our houie nml content by spurted the ends for many long gains, wearing raps of the same colon; It ! SPECIAL PRICE I a l i fanned by the curse of inordinate ambition. The resurrected story of Spurgin should be a lesson to all, but it will be heeded by none. Today it is a mild topic of conversation. Tomorrow It will be forgotten. Other Spurgins will arise, and follow the pace, and be dragged down to perdition by the weight of their transgres WE WANT YOU Now Read This Old Hickory Wagons ! CONN BEOS. Currey' & GuUey. Lan-cute- r, s s !... 11111.11 11 iw tiir-l- l v.- -. jr). I l.l IIIV.-IIlll.lll--.- For all publications in the latemen. not tlial t tie, editor is m We desire to thank all th It is who nt of individuals or expresTheir wives and daughters intelli-- j remembered u, in giving us thing.. sion of individual views, per g sons will scat- man of such superior and line 10 .MHvin Mennett, tinei that he towers :ibov the Obituaries, per Una .61 ter their money to the winds in . Cartcrtvilte, Ky high-Tollin- ... DEMOCRATIC For Stat 8 TICKET a We J. E. ROBINSON Far CircsOt CHARLES A. HARDIN CaaMMsmaalUYs AtUraey EMMET V. PURYEAR JaJf For RapraoMtatiVe) ROBERT H. TOMLINSON, JR. J. For Couatr Juig C. WILLIAMS Far Cavatj Attaraay GREEN CLAY WALKER For Circuit Clerk JAMES B. WOODS, JR. For SkerisT DAVE SANDERS Deputies, Aihby Arnold, H. D. Lea. Far County Clerk MISS FANNIE DOWDEN Far Jailer DAVID ROSS For Magistrate J. II. CLARK R. L. BARKER REPUBLICAN NOAH TICKET For Magistrate MARSEE. JR. ' Only A Product Of The Ate. By V. W. Ilarber. The heart of nmn is susceptible to many influences, but that of woman is greatest of them all. A fair Hample is the case of Chicago's absconding bank president, Spurgin, who was recently reported (lend very duad. It was .said at the time that he had entered hell by his, own hand, but the report wii later denied. Perhaps the devil wouldn't have him. A Rood wife and daughters were not enough for him. He annexed an affinity and squandered his depositors' money on her. When exposure ,could be no longer delayed,he decamp-- d with the bank's funds. With officers of the law hot attain rest of mankind. Far from it. Memoriam Of and maintain extaltcd social We of the fraternity claim to, be no more than ordinary hu positions. Judge A. D. Ford. Only great incomes can with- mans who are trained in the To Iom" a friend l the greatest of analysis stand the strain of this road arts of observation, all our Iom-- , for our most enduring pace, and when the income be- and dissemination. No public man is ever so riches are our friend. Friend not gins to shrink, and ambition of a day, but friend that we grapeditor ple to us with hoops of steel. To cries out in protest against a perfect but what the (laws that quote Emerson; "The only way to more modest mode of living, can unearth glaring have a friend n to be one," this was puts him out of the running. the devil steps in and provides his the editor can do or exemplified in the life of Judge Ford. the means of recouping declinOf him it may be said, that those who not, as he desires. ing fortunes. knew him best loved him moat. On the other hand, every About three jears ago, my friend Rut the devil is not alone in public official possesses certain in whose memory wc are devoting his work as a destroyer. The admirable traits of which the these few feeble words, realized the vamp is a worthy accomplice. public knows but little. If the serious condition of his health and The man of wealth who press keeps these things to the learned that at any moment the summons might come, which seeks an affinity seldom looks fore it is only a matter of time dreadedtake him away from his famwould for her in his own social or when the official becomes ily, friends and all that is prized in financial set. She is general what is known as a "made this life. With the quiet courage which characterized him whole life, ly some poor, silly thing who man." .... i i he showed no anxiety anil asked no i.i jiunacsseu oi u pretty lace rortunntclv most editors are sympathy. He was calm and comand an attractive figure and rather human. They know posed, looking time and death in the hasn't brains enough to safe- the weakness of public nien, face; watching as it were, the last guard what God gave her. but they do not expect perfec- minis n.t they poured out of the down The attentions of a "great tion in any one. They are con- turned glass of life. Death came to him ns it should to man" tickle her vanity and tent to give a fellow a all of us, not as an enemy but as a her avarice soon begins to and if he makes reason- friend, not as u defeat but as u victickle his purse. ably good they boost him tory, not as an end but as u beginOnce started, it i.s difficult along. If not, they generally ning, not in the guise of a serpent for the man to break away permit him to gracefully retire but in the form of an angel, not as without scandal. Often he at the end of his term, unless life's curse but as life's coronation. doesn't care to brenk. She is his acts are such as to warrant is His life work is finished, his voice hushed, his feet no longer press the "forbidden sweet" which condemnation and exposure. the sands of tfthe; but those of us adds spice to his life, and he is It is not the will of the edi- with whom he mingled will until our content to drift along until too tor alone that decides these last days be graceful for having late to avoid the inevitable things. It is the fact that the known him, and Ibelii-v- that we will be broader, Iri'er and better men end. editor places his information of his sojourn witli us. The man is inexcusable, but before the people and they Sunset and the evening star And one clear call for me, he is not alone in the folly. render their own judgment. It i.s in this way that the And may there be no moaning of Too many women think their duty ends where it began at pres makes and unmakes men. When I put out to sea. Rut it does it, just the same. the altar. They are more enHut such a tide ns moving semis grossed in social climbing than asleep, they are in providing that real The Bad Man's Gun. Too full for sound and foam. home life which every normal Of all the laws of this coun- When that which drew from out the boundless deep man craves. try, the one prohibiting the carThe man who is neglected in rying of concealed weapons is Turns again home. his home is tempted o seek most flagrantly disregarded, Twilight and the evening bell And after that the dark, consolation in some other and with most disastrous reAnd may there be no sadness of farehome. It is always to be sults. well found. The bad man caries a gun in When I embark. Rut not all men have this his pocket because it is his excuse to offer. Instead, it is stock in trade. Without it he For tho from out our bourne of Time nml Place perhaps just the jiutural laxity would cease to be any kind of The Hoods may bear me far, of the ancients cropping out a terror. I hope to pilot face to face again in these days of modernSome who are not so bad When I have cross the bar. W. M. Elliott. ity, fed by the fires of lust and carry them. It is habit or a their insane desirtj to showing his great ability at broken I). field runn.ng. (leo. Kobinson and Crutchlield, those two immovable tackles, proved terrors and spread havoc to the Richmond hacktield. If the U II. S. will come up In their studies we have no fear of losing another game. The lineup for toHratton, center; morrow will be: Kavanaugh, Klliott, guards; (eo. I). Robinson, Crutchnel.l, Virgil Casti-neuAldrige, Moore, tackles; Anderson, Lawson, Sanders, ends; Coch-raquarter; Gastineau, full; Cox and Itobinson, halves. u, while the girls ami !oys of the Sen- ior High carried a banner of blur and red. wearing caps of the same The other grades wore cap and carried their banners. Our school was well represented, having about eighty per cent of our enroll-merpresent The blue ribbon, however, was carried off by (Sunns Chapel, the prixe being ten dollars and we heartily congratulate' them on their splendid representation. colors. it Laugh 1 First Bask! Ball Gam. The first llasket Hall game will ! played by the Seventh and Kighth grades Thursday afternoon at .1:4.'.. Everyone Is cordially invite.) and wej hope you will take enough interest to come. There will be games every day between different classes of High School. The llasket Hall teams have been practicing very hard and hope to have some good game. Ida Mae (bringing in some nivts for the school notr)"lt' very silly;" Mr. Hoyd "1)1.1 you write it?" Ida Mae "Yes, sir." Mr. Hoyd "Well that accounts a4 Lis. for it." Miss Sexton - "Why I.ucian, you've got everything on this map in the wrong place." I.ucian "I did It to fool the enemy." (Jeorgie- - "Jack, dear, when we. reach our destination, let us try to avoid giving the imprciiion that we are newly married." Jack "Alright, (ieorgle, you can carry the suit case and umbcrrllas." Ben "Ho you think I am good looking?" (Jeorge I). "Yea, you would br good looking if you had a face like mine." Walker "Miss Sexton, what is paint worth today?" Miss Sexton- - "Why?" Walker "I thought you had soase to spare." I fail-sho- llaygrou4- - Eqaipsnsnt. The playground equipment, which waa given to the school by the Club and the School Hoard is expected to arrive noon. The funds that were secured by the community play, "The Hoodoo," through efforts of the Woman's Club, were all given to buy this equipment and the school appreciates the interest shown. The equipment will consist of u set of swings, an ocean. wave, a giant stride, horizonal ladder aqd two single roasters. Wo-man- 's I Rscvption j j longer advisable to "keen reception was given,.. t,e You of th,. last Friday afternoon following the might get honked to hades. game, in honor or our loot nan men Thousands of weak, squad, for the Madison High School team and router. The halls and and women have reported astonishauditorium were decorated for Hal ing gains in weight from the use of. Stormes Prug Store. It. lowe'en and made n very striking Tanlac, InfVr mat An inform ...... run-dow- n tin-ba- r SPECIAL FRICES FOR ONE WIIK. 50 cts. 50 cts. SO cts. 2S cts. 5 cts. Nine Cakes V. & G. Seven Cakes Ivory Seven Cakes 8 07., Glycerine Seven Cakes Lenox Seven tykes Export Horax Many others just as cheap. SEE WINDOW DISPLAY. SANDERS VARIETY CASH STORE New Locttloi see-m- y Lexiijtoi tlrtft. Th Cantral Record. LancasUi, Ky Thursday, Nov 3 1921 MMMMtMMtMMMtMMMMMMMMMMMMMMI ' THE NEW STORE GROCERIES, FRUITS, CANINES Jait received heavy wear for winter HOSIERY UNDERWEAR, SWEATERS, Meat Work Shoes at right prlcea. Afs. C. IS. far BniTO-X-- E Mr. ami Mr. Robert Kinnalnl rn. tcrtalncd Monday evening with a Hallowe'en party nt their home on .Maple avenue The home wni decorcorn ated with stalks, red apple, linn rrs of wlrhe, black cat, and other emblem of the ennn. A salad coume was erved. Titos- - prcucnt were Dr. and .Mr. J. II. Kinnaird, Dr nnd Mm. Virgil Mr. and .Mm. V. II. Hurton, .Mr. and .Mrs. Dave Thomas, Mr. and .Mm. Joe Walker, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Harry Francis, of Faint l.ick. i, Kin-nnir- SCHOOL FAIR GREAT SUCCESS l,12(j Children March In Parade. One of the greatest event held season was the County School Fair that was held in Uincntcr last Saturday when all of the chool in the rottnty assembled here for the fair. The lincaster brass band headed the Rreajt parade up from the college ground", where they all assembled, they marched from the College to the Square down Stanford St , to St , up Depot street to Hichmond the Square to Itichmond St. aero Lexington St., down Lexington St., to Maple Ave., to Danville St. back to the Square. The children all carried banners and wore their ichool colors and as they marched through the streets, they were eilistnntly giving their "School Yells." All the schools won some of the priies thnt were offered. The following is the list of schools that were represented anil the prize winner. Pleasant Hill, Antioch, Sycamore Herring Valley, Ilearley School. School, lleechw-oodOrchard (!rove, West Point, Mason School, llryant-villHickman, Huena Vista, Mt. Hebron, llright'is llend, lluckeye, Nina, Scott's Fork, fitinn' Chapel, llr.nl-lha!rove Teatersville, llecch llethel, Cartemville, Union, Harmony, Manse, Stony Point, Lawson School, Copper ('reek, Woodview, Hughlett, Paint Lick, Maker, Logan Chapel, Itlce Academy and Lancaster. I. ilt'st map of Kentucky. $2.00, Christine Sehas-tint- i, 1st. priz Teatemville. King, ICoht. '.'ml. prize $1.00 thi , e, PATTERN HAT WEEK shades. BEGINNING THURSDAY, OCT. 27TH. This will be a splendid opportunity for you to .ccnre one of our patterns at a remarkably low price us we are selling all 22.50 Hats .$15.00 SlH.7r Hats . $12.50 $12. BO Hats $7.50 Aside from these we are showing a splendid line of popular priced hats in all the desirable U V. Price TUrwf C. "Save Ike Mtreact." over the doorway and chandeliers. and Mr. Jesse D Wearrcn hn return- - The corners had A BrW MtaMwi ! tf Cmirf i i ! to (Mm ft hy TImm Wa An hstefssud In. hrr home In Stanford, after " com stalk arranged picturesquely. few day vutt to Miss Cnrrje K. Mili Ileaten biscuit, sandwiches, pickle, salad, coffee and chocolate were ar feivod. Mr. K. I. Woods wns .1 visitor in. Mr. unil .Mr. II. I.. Iturni and Mrs. Maiter .Maurice Satiford Ashley, Frank Wiles, of Covington, are the Danville the pout week guests of Mrj, .Mnry Scott and fiim- - of l.ouiville entertained seventeen a re Mm. hotn Wheeler hit onw of his little friend at the lily rent visitor In Stanfonl. t. Mr and Mm. I.. J. at Sanford Oct. 31st.. from 3:00 to o'.uO Mls Thclma Hamilton wa Mr. and Mm. J. K. Klmote were liome from College Sunday with her .Many game were jpadc o'clock. visitors In Danville Monilny. parents, Mr. anil Mm. II. C. with minie renilored by .Mm. nititon llaitin. While Mr, Addle Sebastian, of Tuscola, made faces, the witch stirred III,, i visiting relntives in Ijutcas-tr- . Mm. I'. D. Simpson, Mr. Henry iK. Iva the brew, and the black cat Mrs Kph llroun. Ml Simpson, Lee Smith ami .Mr. John Simpson "meow! meow!" Pink lemonade wa Mm .J. K. Kobinson an.l M- l- Virvisitors, in Lexington Tuesday. served. After a witch tale or two ginia Hourne were in Danville Inst luffc Ire cream and rake were served. Mm. I. Firlcisen, Miss Mnrgaret Yellow baskets tilled with candy, held week. Fickeisen, Mr. John Marm nml Col. hy a witch as favors brought to a Mcmn. Hayes nnil John Mcllob-r- t J or lluteldrn, of ('rah Orchard cloe one more happy Hallowe'en. a business trip to Lfxintr made Springs, wcrr visitors in Ijincaster ton Friday. The chief entertainment of the Sunday. wa many Hallowe'en celebrntion Tltik Anderson and James visiting the one given Friday evening at the Mm. K. L). Illnnton Itcaxlt-witi' in Lexington Friilny friend in Shelbyville. She attended school auditorium for the young Huena Vista. on business. th- - P. A. It. reception given hy Mr, people in the Presbyterian, MethodII. Ifc5t Poster. Mr. K. II. Hourland lias I t a K. W. .Morrow ntthe Mansion in ist, Hnptist .wtil Christian churches. Hena Hicks, Huena 1st. prize The cixtume worn by the guests Vistii. rccrnt vlitor of .Mm. Nnrtlcet. in Frankfort were attractive in color and design. Harrodshurg. t 'Jnd prize Klizabeth Smith. 'r- - tr- THWcr'S- -' '''mU rr The rooms were decorated with Jack- Ilrd. prize Nannie T. Arnold, Mr. (iayle loty, of Danville Huh ,u,rfl()on ,,t th,.ir nom on l.exing- - o" lanterns, corn stalks, red apples, with hi aunt. ton avenue. The progarm consisted figures of wltthes and black cats, and Hernng. aprnt thi' week-enIII. Ilest drawing by rural school. Miss l.rnn Itright. of thf rvport.s from thf District mcet- - other emblems of the eaon. There IU prize II. A. Dawes, llryant- in Uwrenrchurg were atlo a "Chamber of Horrors," ville. Mlss Joan .Mount. Mm. Wr A. Fur- where fortune-tellinand ghost I). 2nd. prize Clora nau and ss.n. Master Kennedy, were, Stormcs, Swlm.hruill, J)r afj(J Mf stories added to the gruesome effect. Wood View. In Danville .Saturday. -- t A buffet supper was rcrved with 3rd. prize H. A. Dawe. Hryants-ville- . to menu appropriate to Hallowe'en. Mr. ami Mm. Hon Hughes anil Orchard Sprint;. where they j hrothcr, Mr. M f .Mm. Sinhroad' .Mi Delia Kic- - HiiKhm IV llest farm problem. John Mnrm, who is rerovonnK from In Markhury Sunday. Reid-Azbi- ll. 1st. prize Klizabeth J. Walker, la recent xTioin lllne. lluckeye. Mrs. W. M. Klliott and Mm. Kd .Miss P.lizaheth Kent and Charlie i!nd. prize Lucille (Jrow. Cainrs have rrtumrd from a few Announcement have heen recelv- - Axbtll, of Ited Huue, motored to Ilrd. prize Huth McMurtry, Hue.! .y jincati r friends of the arrtv- j l( viit in l.ouiville. Lancaster Monday morning and were na Vista. al of a little son at the home of Itev. married by Kev. 1. W. Manley, at .Mr. Frank .. . Mm. Louts V. Het business letter . ill miitiivi- - .iiuiiit-i- . nnil .ura. hi resilience, on Hill Cotrrt. Conn, Mr. and Mr. Clay Sutton were lAllmny. 1st. prize I.ula Mae Sutton, HerIndiana. Ilr has been namvUitom in Lexington Friday. ring. ed Kdward Spencer Strother. '2nd. prize Sallie Hall, Manse. Mrs. Jack Casey and baby have reVI. Kay on Thrift. The children of the Methodist from viit to her itcr. Mm. turn! Church. 1st. pnzi- Ada Hourne, Herring. church were entertained at the Fitrgerald in Danville. FuTrit Tuesday evening with a Halml. prize Kmma Hall, Paint Itev. M. A. Hart of Danville, who Mr. (Jeorifr Swinrbroad, of Centre lowe'en party The house wa beau- ft will conduct the revival service at! Cllrirr. viaitcd hi parnU, Mr. and tlfully decorated ir: the autumn VII. Copy books. G. II. Swinebroad Sunday. 1., .!, . Mari.ar..t v Creech. There trie local t,nnstian tnurcn, negin-- i 0rs and Hallowe'en emblems, a native Kulilman, prize Minnie 2nd. . u if 11 wen many game and contest. en- - ning November in, is born ami rearrv.i-.i u having been A,.- abuut " rty ch.dren Paint Lick. Mm. W It. Cook and Mr. Mason. tt",,w'ch" n"'1 ri,k" ed in Montgomery County, l near 3rd. prize Louise McKenney, ,,,,,co,rn' ltoh!non Cook were vi.itm In Mt. Sterling. He received his col- Manse. were inglon Tuesday. legiate education in Lexington at b. lt. prize- - Mary (ieneva Lodgs were what wa known a. Kentucky Uni- den, Paint l.ick. Mr. and Mr. (5. N. Itay Miw Helen lloblnon. Mr. and Mm. College, 2nd. prize Juanita Simpson, IK K. Henry, of LexinKton, sswnt hoit at a delightful birthday dinner versity, now Transylvania and the College of the Hible. His lluckeye. Sunday with Mm. J. C. Itoblnson. on VruUy in honor of Mr. Kay'. 'fourth birthday. Those present were work in the latter institution was e. It. prize Mabel Harris. street. Mr. and Mm Cecil Doolm and baby, during the presidency of J. W. 2nd. prize Maudell Johnson, Mm. J. II. Kinnaird ha returned 0f Hourne. Mr. an.l .Mr. Clay Simp-froof sainted memory. After a visit to Mm. Ada Kinnaird ,an ni children. Mm. Henry Crimes receiving degree from these two in:inl. prize (ilady (lumber, West at the home of Mr. and Mr. I.ewinm daughter. Many nice presents stitutions he did postgraduate work Point. Herndon, in Louisville. were presented. A delicious menu in Yale for a year or two. VIII. Hand work. Mr' A" J''1 Wj,h'" Hefore coming to Danville. Mr. 1st. prize Mt. Hebron. Mr. Hank. Hudson. Jr.. of Ha A held pastorates at Fulton, Mo., J 3rd. Paint Lick. more hl,"'y with hi ,U' ville. .pent the week-enPomona, Calif., and Columbia, Mo. IX. Drawing of building. aunt. Mm. W. A. Famau and .Mr. ' Tnc children of the Christian The last named place is the scat of 1st. prize Claud Rice (failles, Farnau, on Maple avenue. with a Hallowe'en church entertained ... -- .....!.... -- .....!.. ... .1... llrtM. the University of Missouri and of Lancaster. " Major J. I Dunn and wife. Mr. ''"" one or two large female colleges. 2nd. prize Omer Young, Linca- ui Uriah Dunn and family, of llurgin, Ul mv. uiiu ttirs. xtuy if.iiuiuii dec- Here Mr. Hart labored for twelve t,T The house wa or ntteen year. Me was very popu- attended the funeral of Major Dunn's Stanfonl street. ;,ri,. prize William Tudor. Maine. orated in yellow and white Chrysan1 Judge A. I). Ford, v i.nf,v i,nv figures of witchc. ghosts, lar in oiumnia aim nts initueticei themum, for good was widespread. He was 1st. prize Hubert Lilian! Gulley, cats, et,, corn stalks, little figures one of the most prominent preach- Hryantsville. Mr. Harry Teat and little dauglt- - pinned over all the curtains, Jack-o'- in Missouri nml occupies an hon2nd, prize James It. Anton, Huck Mfirgarcl Laverne, who have, lantern and all the light shaded er ter, orable place in the whole brother- ee. been guests of Mi Ituth Carrier, ' with yellow lanterns. It was a ntot hood of Disciples of Christ. XII. Doll have returned to their home in Mon- -' enjoyable affair and fifty children Since coming to Danville he ha lt. prize Hattie It, Price, (in mi's tlcello. were present won the heart of his congregation Chapel. ami 01 tne wnoie community, lie 2lliL prixi NVlIIu Naylor. was recently called to the preiidency ;ir, Uult., Huena of William Woods College, a large V(ta. college at Fulton, .Mo., hut was' female XIV. llooth. prevailed upon to remain in Danville' i,. nrj, , Hurkeve I. ....I.. .11. uiieresieii 111 ine I".. m rwi is viuiiiy 2nd. prize Manse, 0111 and hU riesiaoM are earnest an 3rd. prize Cuitn's Chapel uprcssive XV. Tuberculosis Miss Kathr'i Warrinet, v 10 n INCREASE HEALTH AND VIGOR BY EAT- lit. prize Sadie I'rcwitt, Teaters- drect the music in the meeting, im ville ING MORE OF OUR MOST WHOLESOME, TEN- known to several Lancaster people ,( prize Helen Calleb. llur- laving visited Mr. Stephen A. Walk mon'4 Lick. DER AND DELICIOUS BEEF. er on several occationi. She direct! ;r, prie Marie Clark, West We kill nothing' but (Jiirrard County's best cat-tlthe choir and congregation most ac-- ' t0int Wo buy from Carrunl County farmers the very reptably mid her solo are always XVI. Hrend. v beat Beef Cattle they produce and sell it front our greatly enjoyed. All In all thioo prize Irene Smith, linens- counter for a small profit. two make mi unusual team and their ter. ' coming to Luncaiter ought to prove Grocery and Meat 2nd. prize Mary Miller Wood, X We have the most a great blessing to the whole town Ijncnster. market in town. Kvcrythinjr we sell is of the highand community. est quality. 3rd. prize Hazel Kos, Paint Lick XVII. Drawing. Your neighbor voice hi true opin1st. prize Myrtle Davis, lluckeye. ion of you when he look at your 2nd prize Lucille Grow, lluckeye. back yard. XVIII. Cake. prize 1st. Elizabeth J. Walker, "Wha'.'a in a name?" inquires a FmMIc Square. doubting one. A hyphen, too lluckeye. 2nd. prize Irene Speaks, (iunn'a I lii-rt- i rrand-parens i1-iJ ' - Gossip About People Miss Jennie I). Lackey, who ha been III i improving. The Sliver Tea men by the .Missionary Society of the l'rebyterian church wa largely attended anil Jack-'o-lathurouKhly enjoyed. terns greeted the quests at the front them door nnd a Khot admitted n- FRAINCIS-SMIT- H KaulTinnn has reMiss Frankie torium wns ilecorntcd wltlt Inttkc turned from, a visit to relatives in work of orange and black streamers ttandint; at the entrance The audi- THEY WERE CR00KE0 NOW THEY ARE STRAIGHT My Shoe Heels were so rlustonvillc. taking them to worn that I could not wear them any longer. crooked and Soul so After MANLEY ft WILSON Shoe Hoipital ami leaving them for one day. they came back good as new. Chape XIX points. Kssay on Tobacco, prize Spencer Davis, The second 1 Chapel 2nd prize Willie Johnson, Hui nn Vista XX. Apron. 1st. prize Louise V.MIourne,.IIer-ring- . lt (lunn's - 2nd prize prize- - Lucille Sander. Chapel. 3rd Chapel. XXI. Irene Speaks, Ounn's -- Parade fiiinn' Lancaster Hi Trims Madison Hi. The Lancaster High School Foot the Madison Hall team defeated High school Foot Hall team of Kich-muon the local gridiron by the score of 27 to 0, although tin score seems a hit one sided nevertheless it was proclaimed by all who witnessed the game that it was without doubt one of the best games ever played on the College ground. The weather was ideal, a light rain the day before put the Leavell field in excellent condition, and then too Capt. Cox's team were in the best of condition. The Madison High boys had the local team outweighed something like ten pounds to the mi, but that were did not stop the lads who fighting for the honor for L. II. S. The visitor chose to receive the ball but fumbled on the start and Andcrjon the star end for the local recovered the ball on the enemy's 20 yard line, at this angle Uiwson, who play a star game on the other from tnd received a forward pa High "Cox and went over for the 111 "' 1 g w-- win-viitom- par-unii- REVIVAL SERVICES At Christian - 1 j col-Mr- s, Ken-tuckia- n, 1- U. School's first touchdown. High boys again The Madison chose to receive the pig skin and af- sixty-Itlchmo- nt d iW" ". line, they decided to punt, the L. II. S. again marched down the field with trick plays and forward passes for her second touchdown, at this time Capt. Cox bucked the white sweater line. He again kicked the goal. Realizing tnat time was short in this quarter and with hi team mates standing on .Madison high 30 yard line the Captain dropped back and with a beautiful drop kick placed the, oval be tween the two bars for three more ter trying half started off an I both team fought hard, the local lads to defend their rights nnd the Madison boys wanted to core, with such a sturdy line as the local eleven had, the back were able to complete some beautiful passe, and they also allowed their leader to drop kick another goal, making twenty point. The final maker came in the fourth quarter when (iastineau, who played a wonderful game, bucking the Hich mond line at will, carried the pig skin over for the High School lat score, (Iastineau looked at times as if he wa making end run n well did he carry the ball. Uratton at center, played hi usun good game and made many prett) piny. He wa thoroughly e I on hi left and right by Kavn-11- . ugh and Klliott, who held the line while like real rock. of (iibralter, (ieo. Hobinton and Crutchfield playing tackles made their apponent. openings at live hard. They made will and tore up the visitor's needed. Lawson and Anderson were real star, and played like old veteran. The backfield that was well protectand ed by the line were Sanders Cochran, who played quarter half the game each, and Kobinson at half with hi side stepping nnd his long end run made even the rooters across the river set up and take notice. Aldridge, Moore. Spenke, V. and St .;n played u good game, and proved that they could deliver the goods. - H. S. ha a wonder eleven and we dare say that they will Madison Hi Versailles here next Friday afternoon. Let's go out and root for the home lads. Time of Quarters lf minutes. Miller Kefree Caddy. Umpire ... Wilmott. Head linesman Payne and Klliott Time Keepers Gas-tinea- u, I- .... Pic Supper There will be a pie supper nt Stony Point School House on Friday night, Nov. tlth. The proceeds to be used to start a library and secure some Kvery one is map for the school. cordially invited to come and help in this worthy cause. half-brothe- r. v. WE WANT SALESMEN If you hav- ability as a salesman, and 1500 to put into merchandise, here t your opportunity. Our line i not new. It has been on Mie market for years but ha never been introduced in your territory. Many of our ditributors make several hundred dollars u month. Our unique tales plan and our special assistance, together with our quality goods, mike It easy fur you to start - . prizi.., in business. We are a widely known concern, located In Soutii Uend, Indiana, We hnve n special plan for placing our lineln your territory, and w.int a man to represent us NOW. Some man in your territory Is going to accept our proposition and get stiftcd in a splendid paying and mighty tine bun-nc- s. EAT MORE BEEF u. I ' ARE YOU THE MAIS? If you are, we have a real, clean cut, honest proposition we should like tt present to you. Are you interested in getting ahead, in making more money by Introducing a widely known line of PROVEN MERIT right into your vwn vicinity where you are well acquainted? Your territory is open. Without in any way obligating yourself send at. once for full particulars 'tbout the unusually profitable opportunity we now huvc for you. No previous txpvritnc rquirl, and only 1.100 necessary. lt. te Scott & Ruble P. O. Box 737, South llcntf, Intftont. The, Central Record,-- Lancaster, Ky., ' Thursday, Nov 3, 1921 r I Polly and the Butler By DOROTHY WHITCOMH. Onward, Tobacco Growers. A I reineinlxT well the iln) when Mi inotii lames in me limne ami told er tlint he was enenc,'l t he iimrrli"! I Was duller then at llie Since) plate They were lint what .toil wtnilil tali wellborn, mjelf ft I call II rlthl'm Tbej liml ille of liuMiej. ami self tliere were it flrt nnd se.on-limn, to say nothing of the miild nn Mrs, Sllliini'lis. the lnnlx'kei'per. .Inmes Slneej hud been hl Innlher's Idol, lie had Ihlierlteil all ber prlile Iimi, nnd nml he hail her of It I km' more. S'ii when I there wiilllil be n buttle rojlll U'twit-l- l tlieiu. You ee I knew the )i'-' woman. I'ully Itjlnlid was one of Hi' smartest alrls In old Slaivj't perfiini Ymi ktmw, he tllml ie ilepnrtmelit lHrnre (be ili'piirimi'lit store wn its Ihiti' us It Is now. but It went on Ju YOU know that thousands of women never really he ame tt ml ptiixieil, tliuiiiih tliir Slmey suffer at child-birth- ? Perhaps you have thought with Mr iKTlitelltilllselilnm went near It mini met Toll)' there. he many others that this should always be the case. But how? She was the prettiest thing -- a t'ouu ou niulil try Klrl, -- umll. thbl, it Let Mrs. Muttic Paul, of OolIU. Gn It goes into the feature of maternity mil It, with deep grn ) hIiiI a ma" nml give, in a l.iin, intti rtting inonnrr. of red hair. Irll you. She U one of thousands who Information what the inotlirr lot demonstrated this fact Jitines Since) had lieier bts'ii In i bom; nrcJ i.i clothing befuc He wn a ipilel. bullions I'lmp. for the before what clothing Kill lo neerss.-u"A I am a young mother of one ami h baby: nn interesting table ns In the I it uihmI deal or a baby, I am wtitinA tot tiro fcooAw probable date of delivery rimple but kim"I ileal of n -- nod. I merheiiril hll'i useron. to 'expectant mothers.' necessary an.l helpful rules .f hygiene to lellllie Ids liinther ulxillt .Mls lliilel two battle of Mother' Frietul If Inforfollow. nncl much other worth-whil"Well. Ill) deitr Jnines." be said III anil hail a quick fore I wax onfln andeany time thtouih labor. I can mation. This little booklet dImi tells her stittfly wit). 'If )ntir heart h about Mother's Fricrnl nnd theuotuletful ' pil.ell til )iill I slnill ml Interfere recommentl Mother' Friend to all expectant mother. I nill nrxer &a Rood it it doing for cspeetant mothers. proililed the )tllllg hid) Is worth) of " thtouth pregnancy without it Don't let faltc modesty keep you from )Olt." It nn. iibuiit tile dti)s after ItiHl petformint this duty to yourself your You, too, can have Uis tkok!et thni .Mr. Jntnes won llie llrt battle family and your baby. for expectant mothers by sc.ulitiR the war. He hmught MI- - It) land up 1. Send for your ropy NOW. the hine nnd I was fortunate roitpon below. ' iii.iieIi to be III the dlulni; room hIwi Mr. State) swept down to WARNING : ImJitunt fl-i-n rilt.ftditi anJ tuhlitMei ber. thej ml i)i!y nthe ihn jtJ tr.dy tuhir haim mrttutjiint ; ' at her llHlnpliV -- he Mild "So )oll Hre j Ihri.nli her lorKliette. wishes I1RADFIKLD KF.OULATOK CO. tin' jiiiiiiC woinuti whom ni) to iiiarr) !" Dnl. 30. AtUnta, Cl. rra,l rufiy rf vour ' IMrssc cnj mr tt-mit "Ve. Mr. StHie)." nllweretl Mls bnukkt uo MOIJIKRIIOOD .ml The IIAIIV. I'olli ihimitely "It would be it great t halite from Nim )oiir ireetit mode of life," suld Mrs ! st. r Sim ) i urn fall, "and let im -- It) lint tm lifter will iiuirr) James. Now Used by Expectant Mothers ' Town. ibMi'l iiiliimlrliiiiil me " lor Three Generation I inilliln't lienr the nlisner. The tieit f Itlliif I hute to tell )'otl Is that, haling nltl she neier ehnnced. Mr. Harve Teater nnd daughter, like nil aiieh per"lis-ilrs- . Since) tllil WOLF TRAIL 1 Sadie Chanil-leMiss Hernice nml Ml j:iies, her hue for Mr i li.mte. .Mr. Coy Price ha- - been on the afler nil, A of Madison, spent Monday with James was ptell) eollple of weeks luler Miss Poll) sick it. Mrs. Hugh .Moberley. Installed In the Since) bouse nml bid Mr. an.l Mrs. Klijah McMillian ami Sebastian gheii tip ber work lit the store. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur son, spent Sunday with friends. and children, Mr. ami Mrs. Jasper 'IhU was the iigriemeiit: Ml roiwith ly was to be 'ediiciited" fur one whol bought Sebastian spent "the week-enMr. Mofo Hay recently )'nr to see whether she could shitUe some shoats from Mr. J. W. Dailcy. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Dailoy. on her commonness MiillcUntly to Davis and Ktfie make ber marrlMiicnble to Mr. Jniue.. Misses Hazel .Mi Tineluc (.ilicam spent a few .lavs with Mrs. Klijah McMillian last' (iilleam and Master Harrison Lilian! tlf eoiirse iioIiih)) wa to meet her Dailey were guests Wednesday night Miss I'ully tame to us as a t ompHiilon week. . to Mis. State). of Master Holman J. McMillian. 11. Hay spent the weekMi Jessie Think of thai, sir. tu make )our end with Misses Bcsic anil lternice Ballard Pure Wheat Bran, Miaed son's future wife Miss coiiipMllliill. Tenter. Feed. Wheat and Rye Middlings, I oils wns a brbk. Quite a number from here uttend-- j and Barley Meal. to loiiude In me a little. She Sat-- , Ulnt stimetliiies she'd stop III whell I eil the school fair at Hudson A Farnau. speak to J unlay. Mr. and Mm. Homer Hay entertain- was polishing the filter and And she knew t lint 1 knew. Mis- - I.eola Mobcrley spent a deed the following guests Sunday: Mr. lue It was nfler a t miple of tuolitln of .Mae nml Mrs. Mine Hay and children, Mr. lightful afternoon with .Mi this that I henrd Mr- -. Slatey sm) to : anil Mrs. Lucas Foster and children. Mnberley Sutulay. her slut lh.lt Ml" Poll)- would neier "She would do for n wife fur Mm. make n cupltnl helpmeet for William." she sU,, "hut not for )hii, my dear. I'mne, now, he a limn nlld colntuei' tour IntiiliiHlloii. Will )ottV Half an hour later Mr. James mine in looking tery white nnd -- haWy, anil asked for Ml'- - Poll). I knew then that he had been won oter nlld the piilr or them were going to turn he1 nut Into llie street. "Mis. Iljlnliil bit- - a heaihiche. Mr James," I siihl. " henrd her telling Mrs. Simmon- - dim she nus going to bed." MI h'. ' "All right, tomorrow gue-s- ." he said, liml went away with II sort of lelleted air lllMlt him. The amendment are I bait I tut tthut ahl whs a lie. printed on the right at that moment Miss 1) IbihI was side of ballot. They sitting In my pantry, whete Pit been and take Kentucky Schoolx telling her about my home, and huw It are not under any out of the smother of wit- - near to her- -, and I'd li.ude her pirty emblem. laugh with my siorlc- - and the color Pnrti.tan Politics hud come hack- into her pretty cheek- -, In older to Ik-- sure - will und -- he Ihished her e)es In the wu) that )our voteThe leader:, and thousands of she had and laughed more merrily lie counted fur the P"uminunt men and women in than I'd i ter known her to since she amendment it l. lioti) the Democratic and cnlne lulu the Since)' home. necessary to stamp in When I came buck from speaking to parties throughout the the nu.ua re "Vet.", nn Mr. Jhiik's outside the pantry Miss tute recommend it. Kditors, the right hand side Pull) was -- landing up, rulher white of each anicntliiitnt. tatesim.n, educators urge it. iigiiiu. "What matte )ou Ml Mr. She .luiues that awful fiilelitnU" It is not a question of politics. asked, Vote This Way "He - awful peculiar. Mr. James Is," -.progressive men and All Mn) be hi' wouldn't pi Yes women in both parties agree think tt tilling that )ou should be In here talking to lue." that it is the thing to do No "Volt tire my only friend, William," LISTS DO IT. he suld lo me. "Von don't know how iiubapp) I am here. I'm nut going tu "I I'ully sobbed, get married." Ml hate men tiii)wiiy. I'm netcr going to main niiy man." lib. )e. )oU Hie, my tttnr," I said. Vtiii lire going to marry ine. I'm not unit a duller, but I'm going tu he it Our existing educational system is old. obsolete und gentleman loiniirniw. I've got twelte political rendered inefficient by the manner in which our htiudiftl In the bank ami I'm going luProgress has outHun upstairs system compels its administration. lu the coal business nnd put )our bonnet on unit I'll meet grown it. Other states have made the change und imoil In tltf minute at the side door" proved their educational systems KM) per, cent by it. That's Ihe true story of thla Hlae) Kentucky children deserve no less. affair. Whul! You're a newspaper ri". Kirtert I wlh )ou'tl told me before , pmi hr Ay pmtrUtk Btmtcrtk Mfe atfewfJMaMMi thing or j ami I'd hate let )ou know r mm mm4 wmm Mumtt mkm wmt mmi I want to iwn more liesldes. a Ik MMMy (ktUftm Hm j let those SlMiey- - duwii good ami hard. tmmml l I aft mm tlmcmim! Hut say. ilon I you rne u worn nuoui r Ihe tult-te1,1m hating ineaiit to give If he'll nrter know tint. Expectant Mother. Prepared Babys Coming DO . nl-o- 1 I 1 f. I ree ' t. -- r, tb-e- d ! 11 ut (Courier Journal.) ' bundle of sticks fastened light-- ' ly together wni the symbol of thej ithi Homan Kmpire, which was the Use SAPOLIO. Quickly remove greatest and most powerful state I the ttains and makes everything look to that time I that had exited ii like new. bee that the name .recce gave the world beauty nnd SAPOLIO is on every i.cknne. Juden's olTerinc wns re philosophy. Itgiori. Heme gate the world an e ENOCH MORGAN'S SONS CO. ampie of the elTicncy of orgunna So It Mtfrnfottmreri arch, practically Kven the dot.. U. 5. A. Nw York Itoo.e's only contribution to nrrhitet tute. synilHliit-- :l ns powerfully n the the tlepetidenre of line unit upon another, and the .trength which the group deriteil from the adher cute of units to each other. marketing. The hurley plan is nothing more than an organisation by which the fanners of the, No news may be good new at nnd mnde smooth by growers of tar State group thenuelvcs Into n bundle iou products .n other parts f the time, but not when the expected of -- licks, not only for prolectin, but) check fail to arrite land. for the rbility to obtain for all what, Hut it Kentucky i concrvatite obtain' We often wonder how it would' each man individually cannot intelligent The Intelligent Hut no There is nothing tlilH-cul- t is also feel tu be a billionaire for him-el- f. never stands still. He doubt they are Just a curious to to tunic ritnnd about the market- conservatite 100.000,-001- ) Hedge, for goes forward know how It fecit j be human It is a mobilization of; ing plan. pounds of KeHtuek)' staple pro forces, ii gathering of men with com-of the bur duct alreart) in the hands nuin interests nnd Identical aims, in ley answer effectively M. S. highly elfective army as distinguishnny doubt n to Kentuckintis tie ed from a scattered and inelfectite progress. Those pledge- - arej HATFIELD force, each man lighting for himself sire to a cogent nrgument for those who ugmnil nn organized enemy and re-- , ! DENTIST are hesitating nnd undecided. i eiving no help from his neighbors. .No need be necessary! Offic Tha Garrard laali. In 90u1ewh.1t less than :i month I the co oper ' Phoaas Offlca S. Raddaata 37. plan must go oter to insure the ucce of the It is a busines LANCASTER. KENTUCKY. the top. lletween now and Novem-- J otlte movement. which is designed jto ber 15, 7.'.. 00(1,000 pound of lobar-- j proposition bring prosperity to the State an I co must be pledged to make certain I contentment to its children the success of the motement. If uti It is there to take or leave November 15, the hurley association If taken the Kentucky farmer i CxcImsIvi. lias in its possession pledges for risk n year's hard work in the pound- - of tobacco, It means not Ileitis to receive whatever price tr-that Kentucky grower have achieved great tobacco bu)er may see tit I the progress of one hundred year DANVILLE, - KENTUCKY. give him for his product. practicnll) over night. It will mean -Opposite Gilchcr Hetal. nnd hi neighbors, forming a that the State ha opened the door "He solid phalanx, will be ure to get Die Offic lluurs A to 12 and I to B turn. nntli to the knock of opportunity, If left. Im-obtainable that the farmers have tbne them-- best price early ilrudger) Hi the tobacco flcMi selves and their progeii) n great ser- - j will continue to be a gamble, a has vice anions undertaking, and one earned It cannot be truthfully snid that gamble with the bread ari l butler of in subscribing fully to the FUNERAL DIRECTOR succeeding generation movement, will have done u this and (Ullce Oter National Hank. bold thing or will have taken a Hraidence Phone .1. Office Phone Ti NOL AN N1UI brentlilcM and uncertain leap. To take TAKIt Colds that "hang on" should l advantage of u principle thousands I.ANCASTKH, KY of years old and convert it into capi- Rotten rid of, (or no one can stand of racking cough, disturbed tal is not n breath-takinventure the strain irritation of throat and slrcp and Practically is this true when it is lungs Marie llritlrr, Frreport, III., principle writcst "I had mote or lest of a considered that this age-olof organization i right now in suc coucha for years and I have taken VETERINARIAN. nuit.- number of medicines. None of cessful operation in the I'mted them takes hold and helps like Foley's Calls Answarad Promptly Oaf nr States, not only with respect to gov Honey and Tar." This old, reliable I'hbn 317. Nifhl ernment. but in relation to agricul- cough syrup promptly helps coughs, colds, croup and whooning cough. ..ANCASir.U, ture t:NTlC K. Contains no opiates. Children like it Kentucky is merely following the Stormes Hrug Store lead of successful farmers in many If you have time to waste confine inrt .if tti.. .......a If i. tiini. i.lllit. '. ... ...V IlkMil a. " it to jour own Other people often '.... ed by such experts ns Aaron Sapiro. ' There is, huweter. a distinct ele hate something better to do, The path is not atrewn with danger ment of danger in that Washington It I worth a fellow'- - time to take ous crevices. It is broad and true I ronfc'cncc on limluitntioii of nnna-mcnt- . Some of our distinguished a trip to Washington occasionally. Only the most deadly conservatism! from! visitors may want to -- tick with ut; It is there he learns how Insignificant can daunt Kentucky farmer his congressman really I. stepping on the highway illuminated j and forget to go home fa-c- es For CUtiHiif Tilt, Bathtubs. Kitchen Sinks, and Marble UM SAPOLIO 1 g or 4fe OpttMitrist JJ. Byrne 1 175,-000,0- 1 J. A. Beazlev ' g ' Or. d Printus Walker a aS'--- Kentuckians Vote'4 Yes" For Both Important November 8th Amendments 1 Buy a pipe and tome P. A. Get the joy that's due you! "feci" and the friendship of a joy'us jimmy pipe GO GET ONE! And get some Prince Albert and bang a howdy-d- o -- We print it right kere tkat if you don't know the on the big smoke-gong- ! , tle -- Alktrt It tidr ni hJfmt pm4 mmd Ml pens! llm IWaatWari anJiilx twlat trytlmi f humid tilth msj.lsnsr ftlmt aU it l.aax t4 tstft. Hot. tlt . A Million School Children In Kentucky Cry Out To You For, Prince Albert's quality flavor coolness fragrance is in a class of its own ! You never tasted such tobacco! Why figure out what it alone means to your tongue and temper when we tell you that' Prtfce Albert can't bite, can't parch! Our exclusive' patented process fixes that ! Prince Albert is a revelation in a mtkin's cigarette! My, but how that delightful flavor makes a dentt And, how it does answer that hankering! Prince Albert rolls easy aid stays put because it is crimped cut And, say oh, go on and get the papers er a pipe I Dt it right Bwt iiM KM Jln-rrff- ftm tl eir Hft. ro-- fl. C. Fringe albert the !mml)ymli The Central Kacord, Lancaster, Ky. FEEBLE BLOOD WORKS HAVOC It E. McROBERTS. f - ua.Nov3. is Improv-Ing 1921 MJENA VISTA Mr. Charlie Partledgc nt this writing. Mr. and Mrs. Klijah Dixie j j Uisearttr, Kentucky. Glide's Pepto-Manga- n several days with their Scott spent daughter, Oaly One Boar Left There Is a Reiton. Stock Farms. y i cir.tai The Home Town We live In thin town became c We believe in It lie believe in it good town, rftrnnllr of muse it i ltd few defects nml Its people are the peers of those to be found, an) where. Thin town mny not have the wealth of mime more favored communities, hut it linn character, nml character is n possession which rnnnot he with gold. If you hrlleve In your home town you will like it, ami if ynu like it no effort toward lU imprnveemnt will he too great for you Again we ask to faith in pur-rhaie- d )u tains, where they had a delightful spent Sinday with Mrs. K.I. Noylo.n",, N01"' ''""''f' attended the time. .. nniverory given bj Mis Dora .. , prctcnt heating n " ". arrangement!, unchnrd, has been viniting Mis. Dean. Scott fo her father on the 23rl. of Vtlosity ef Blood. October. til ready to use The eloelt of Miami In the telni Hunter ,, with the ,, ., , Mrs h.dmond Sutton was a de i Is least In tbme nf smallest illumeter, ,ir. nen nugne. ami iiiiugnier, light ful hotess a a noon dinner fl I tig the reverse of the I Mis Kit thl rule In were vi.itor nt the Fork Thursds;. to a number of friends. 1LSCL ArCOia Ing town, pailof.M inch It arteries. chruch Sunday. "J f""i a rnnt. ets . WOLF TRAIL In the afternoon, tfiis being the time K .Mr. nnd .Mm. Ilib Naylor were of the tegular meeting of the Soci(Delayed.) w4rf trMf m o AmnWan Mxtlalnriln alWaftlnimxtu. TIM Origin ef Wall Paper. guest of M.r nn.l Mrs. William ety, Mr Sutton served fruit to her imi4t , nuat duiat'ltf, nml e.tnomKal h.attne plant tvtff H'mU paper orlclmiteil In riiltm, hut Illanks Sunday Redta-I- f awaal fca ami! hmabnu. UmTt daisy to ttoj out ail aUart It. Mrs. Girl Moherley is attacked ' guests after the ociety adjourned. a: I Uukft liar am In '1 ii is It was net known iih wait twuan ilhnut c allar. with u severe cold. Mr Fred Kusene Thompon A very pVnsant day was spent. paper It remained for the western Hoi wat.f I. ratine M See one now on display in my window. a aimf aft.1 .aiy a. Mr. Jesse Caey of Judtozi, was in world to take the Men ur huge wnll a aloir taat Sra P. B. WILLIAMS, pnlutliig. tiioitrtta-(cats all nun. this vicinity Monday. iim.ii roller", which , hut never Lancaster, Kentucky. Misses Lilian and Kaltherine Dail-e- sere mouiileil ?4 nfllx.il to the wiill, and from audi ?5 ns -.FOU Tr are on the sick list. temporiiry ileeoratlon evolve the wall Sun- coverings of today. Mrs. Ilarve McCulley spent day with Mr. and Mrs. Jasper MatPLUMB W 0. KltiNLY W ii DK'KKRSON Getting Out of the Difficulty, thews. t'nml win the luippj relpleut of an guest Mrs. Homer Hay was the liivitntlmi to a pnrty, win! lifter going ING I Wednesday evening of Mr. Powell to euch menilier of the family unit MaI SKK Dailey. king hlin nr her to tuke her there nd Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ciiev, pent In each Instance being tiM a go,M rearVsklV , vp" 8 MfrADTUV SSSV-l-- 1 Tuesday with Mr. ami Mr. Carl son why Ihey ciiiibln't do so, lie m LI. lfil inoiinifiilly turiieil in me nml 'aid: Mobtrb-y- . ThePl.UMUEK "Mot tier, write a letter mid tell them Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Moherley pent It's tlie w rung ihiy " HMtkf, Refill with Mr. and Mr. 'last week-enGillerwf , Elc. KrciilptH P. i l' ne M (Mire Pin hip IH. Fred Howard. Shop Phone 69. Lexington St Lancaster, Ky. Mrs. Mane Murphy and son, John M . spent Saturday night with Mr. on Boones Creek and Mrs. John Pailcy. Mr. and Mr. Ceorge Gillenm and 5 GUNNS CHAPEL Mr J. M Anion and son, James miles family entertained a few relatives 1J , visited the formers mother, Mr. HO and Ohio county, .15. 33 A acres. Master liohert Lee Anion has been Henry Anderson, of Stanford, who Flock are and fneml at dinner Sunday. Show being enrolleil through county agents, ill. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Moherley and is quite ill recently. Good house, more than SO of whom are expected daughter were week-envisitor of Mr. Ilernnrd Itay was a guest of Mj5, ha Hollon is here with Mrs. Laying In to enlist in the project. Mr. and Mr. Ilarve Teater. All in Mr. Hugh Noel Friday night. jJohn Land for a short time her Flocks which are entered will be Mr. and .Mrs. Moso Hay and James Mi Kdnn Hall spent the week- - school nt (Ilensboro, being closed on liberal. divided into three clime in order to ("louse, were dinner guests Tuesday account of diphtheria. end with friend at Mt. Hebron. A total of more than -- 00 farmer leperate the. commercial poultrymen of Mr. mid Mrs. Klijuh McMillian. Beazley, Hurt Mesdnmes Ligo. and Bran, Mixed Ballaidi Pure W'-rin eight counties of the State have from owners of small (locks. Thee Mr and Mrs. I.ucns Foster and -Ky. were recent shoppers in Lexington. Fred. Wheat and Rye Middlings, already signified their intention of divisions will include one for (locks Sun- were and Barley Meal. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Land entering their ttocks n the winter containing less than ..0 female, one children spent a . pleasant day . ttt.) ,, . . . ... uav wiin .ir. iiuti .in. ii en ie:ner.i Hudson A Farnau. guests of Mr. and Mr.. Hiram Land egg layinir project to he conducted containing Hocks of 50 to lll females1 Mr- - an'' Mr''"'v'- Sun,,a'" hy the College of Agriculture, and in and one containing Hocks of more Miss Sadie Chandler and Stella MICKIE SAYS wl',,K,,,ml U,U1 l"'nl Mrs. John Hall and little daugh-- j Howard, of Madison, who have been dication are that more than 1.000 than 200 female. Th' leading llccks "aUKm,'r Mr '')n!1 Mr!, James Land and Mr. wjll he in tlie event In fore its sche- - in each division will be announced j ter, Hazel, spent Saturday with Mrs.' cm.,ts f .Mi,J0S Ilcrnice. and ' i Coy month. Hotmail. ilule starts on Nov. I, according to T..;iier. returned homo Sundav. AU VJt UWTA, 00 TO PROVE W. T. Sebastian, Mr. and Mrs. WOW GVCSEIN TVA lnr&P.Pe J. II. Martin, in charge of the college. The project is designed to stimu-- I .Mrs. J A. Davis, of Hohou, was The Misses Teater entertained a I MlU' (sSla.0 ttTO aAAVetV late interest in the better housing Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Hailey were' poultry work. a guest of Mr. ami Mr. John Land number of young folks very pleasantkAVTVKSo 'M TUeU Vj Counties which will ho repreented nnd feeding of poultry during the dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Powell Wednesday night. ly Saturday evening in honor of their In the project and the probable num- - winter i.ontln, m order to increase Dailey Friday. Mr. and Mrs. John Itud have guests. Misses Chandler and Howard. who the egg production of (locks of the ber of farmers from each one VASSEEM 'evAl Mr. nnd Mrs, Clarence McCulley christened their son, who arrived on .'diss Alice Wolf, of Nicholnsville, will enter their (locks follow: Farmers who enroll will re- - and Master Kyle Hay made a recent i State Oct. 13th . James Franklin. Mrs. Prer '".". r ..nj daughter Fayette county, 10 Davie coun celve timely suggestion and help visit to Mr. and Mrs. Walter Fain1 A large delegation from this place and Mr. and Mrs. V. P. Long have Washing- - from the poutry section of the col in llry.ititsville. ty, 60; Kenton county, M; been guests of Mr. and Mr. W. 11, attended the school fair nnd other ton county, 10, Fleming county, I"., lege on the care, feeding and man Mr. and Mrs. Abe Ilurton and Mr Itay and Mr. and Mr. J. M. Anion. in Lancaster Stturday, (nrrard county, II, Morgan county of their hens, and Mrs. Moe Itay ami family at tended the democratic picnic tu Lnii caster Saturday. nndi Mr and Mr. John Dailey daughters, Mrs. Marie Murphy and son, were entertained at the home of Mr and Mrs, Itobt. Sowers Sunday. Mrs. Amanda Clouse and daughYouth: "What it the secret of your uccci?" ter entertained at an elegant twelve Prosperous Merchant: "It it not a secret. I Wednesday. Those o'clock dinner tell it as often as I can, and every sensible man can present being Mr. nml Mrs. W. T. do as 1 did." Klijah Mc.Mil Moherley, Mesdame Youth: "And what did you Diud not iMitUl ban, Muse Kay, Abe Ilurton, Messrs. Prosperous Merchant: "I saved my money Charlie Thompson and James Cloue first a penny at trtime in a little home bank until I had enough to open a savings account at the bank. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Dailey had Then I added to the account every cent 1 could spare. as their geusts during the past week Almost before I realized it I hnd saved enough Mr and Mrs. W. T. Sebastian, of with what the bank was willing to lend mc to open Nina, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Sebastian, a small btisiness. From then on my success was Mr and Mrs. W. T. Moherley, Mr. rapid." and Mr. Klijah McMillian and son, M .. and Mt. Carl Moherley '.(lighter. Mr and Mr. W. T. M. Uerley di ghtfully entertaine Tnuisdty Mi . ml Mrs. W. T. Sebastian, Mr. an Mrs, Hugh Moborley and daughter. -"-- "m an ' Mr and Mrs. Carl Moherley y 52" 'auk'iler, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbirt D.u! A bountiful dinner wos aerved nn I the day wos thoroughly enjoyed aaMMkaaaaP 1 3S!ea3SJaW--' n!l present. Heat Your Bungalow, v Cnttmw. nr FU with Hot Water Cellar not neceany ssaryput in tmall house with cut disturbing n anif ntHmlfi n AmI. your own powen; to also have f nit h In your own town. When you feel like criticising it, check the thought hefore It is spoken. You cat always find somcthinic good When hlood becomes thin and to say instead, and even then the half of the truth will never he told. weak it Is due to n falling otf in the It in li good town now, hut faith, number of red hlood cells. It l easloyalty and united action, will make ily recognized by the pallid skin or u blemished complexion, los of appeit a hetter one. Our faith in thin town, hrother, tite or unnatural irritability and u It is not is limply faith In you, because the sensation of weakness. In fnct, many dangerous at first. town in a collection of your. Surely your f.iith U not les than people scarcely notice It and go on for days, thinking they will he hetour Let us unite let u net - for n ter the next day. The great dancer Is in the possimre cohesive community, It I your home and ourj. The l bility of becoming icriouslv ill from disease, which can work havoc in n Scottish Chief. ' body that lacks the endurance and resistance in rich, red hlood. Taken in time and steadily, a few u are bottles of (Suite's a great help. It Improves the qualr iiBBBBBBvam j ity of the blood by ailing red blood cells. They check the weakness, improve the appetite, and clear the complexion. You can get dude's in liquid and tablet form at your j,.t the genuine with druggist's. 'O-jTthe name "(Iltde's on the package. Advertisement. TUArcoUUrJaejctlnlhf. Pepto-Miingai IVptn-Mangan mI Pepto-Mangn- Makes Red Blood; Liquid And Tablet Form. Mr. W. II. Urown. Mr. and Mrs. John Upton of this place had n family reunion in honor of his three children. Rallards Pure Wheat Bran, Fe.d. Wheal and and Barley Meal. Rya Middlings, Mld ' I Hudson dk Farnau. Miss Orn Adams, of llnrrodthurg has accepted n position as u High' LANCASTER, KY. school teacher In the Iliienn Vista Some sates of the past week One boar to Leslie Itublc, school. Hucnii Vista; one to Jan. (iulley, Lancaster; one to W. M. ilronddu, lluena Vita; one to Howard King, Hrynntsvllle; The Seniors and Juniors of the one to Harry Frye, Hubble; one to Floyd Humphrey, Mnrcellus, lluena Vistn school are cordially in Ky ; Ten gilts and one boar to Durry & Markshury, Wilmorc, vited to a party nt Mis.s Nettie As Ky ; one gilt to J. D, I'mlleet, London, Ky.; two gilts to It. I. kins of this city. Pencil, Hro.iilhe.nl, Ky. Miss Martha Crutchfield and (race ii IT, who have been absent from school for a few days are reported hack again. preached for the Mt. Hebron Dr. Penix, Nicholasvilb', was MAKKSBURY called to the liuenti Vistn school r last Sunday Tuesday morning to sec the twi MiosJim Dora Scott was the guest of Mr W T Doolin dtlivcred a pail Sutton recently. es King, who were taken very sick. Miss of muie to Mr. Henry Wright, of Mr. W. II. Ilrnwn, Mr. Itaymond Genuine Kanawha Salt, best for Pulaski county Inst week Price Mayes nnd Mr. Fletcher Scott have curing meat. $375 00. Huctot- - & Farnau. returned from their trip to the mounMr. Kit. Sutton and family, Mr. Mrs. Peachle Cror, of Mt. Hebron, ( Poland China Sow farrow uniform, even litters, the pig nre thrifty when furrowed. The sows have the best disposition nf any breed of awine, nre careful mother and good Poland China has been bred for milkers. The present-dnI'UOI.IFICY and ability to raise a high percentage of litter. If The Poland China Is the greatest feeding hog in America, you would market your hogs at six or eight months, build your herd on n foundation nf PURE BRED POLAND CHINA STOCK. Call or write. SANDERS BROS. OR JOHN M. AMON, Mi' 11 jf ... .... IDCAL-Arrol- a run-nla- y eilliig-Mk'li- W. 0. RIGNEV & CO. Funeral Oirectors and Embalmers Lancaster, i Kentucky. FOR SALE i Farm Farmer Interest Egg Project d from Lancaster, containing barn and grass. orchard. Terms Clarence Lancaster, Jee - The Secret of Success. do" id eo$t 1 ! Pity the poor fellow who jingle They are the coins in hi pocket probably a' I that lie has, Southern Optical Company laearparalad few.- ' H H (ens) Sptctaclt and Ey CJatMi Kryptok 4 PER CENT ON TIME AND SAVINGS POSITS. DE- CONN and CONN J0WWI1TE&C0, t.omvttn, nv, IjaUMatli tHI Lttasral aeeerlaaawt fuU Vato PM (JniaMe bilocal Artificial Eyes FOURTH Raw Firs jam k.ar mrw aar tyat Mf CHESTNUT, "aaaaw I I The Garrard Bank & Trust Co LANCASTER. KY. Wo sell travelers Cheques, which are good in the United Stntcs and all foreign countries. Wanted-5- 0 3 ' " .., ' The Central Record, Uncwtir Ky. Thursday. Nov 3. 1821. Horses Faculty And Tke Hifl. ScImwI PAINT LICK Mr. Ot Itammack had several daya latt week. Girl. tontolltl NATIONAL FOX HUNTERS' MEETING AT CRA1 ORCHARD SPRINGS THURSDAY, NOV. EMRER 10, 121. Will hire your hornc one day or ten (Ir.vk Warm .talln, plenty of feed and the beat of care. Write or phone how many horses you will hire HOTEL CO. LANCASTER, KY. Entertain. Tha Faculty of the Unctrr High School, together with the girl of the With School entertained tha Font Ball team ami their visitor, the Madlsn HIkIi School Foot Hall team to n luncheon in the building last Friday nfternoon after the game. This luncheon wn indeed very nice, and km enjoyed by not only the local team, but nil of the Mndl. ton Hlffh rooter and their rnnrhe. Mm. Francl Walker ha returned to Smlthfleld to her daughter. Ml Margaret Highland ha re. turned to r home in Covington. h-- h "heel, which Roger, began n pro- ftlM f irt. ,0 uv,r V200. Vint' tnicteil meeting nt Logan's Chapel TTV i , ordar matt b OR Win. GILBERT MORGAN, -. ami jumping ami Monday night. iiuimt imming incy men. Mr- - WW N"in vltited hi daUKh it well. Ml Kate Kly ha the mot re. . V- -. .. I.. I l tar Mr. I.. nurkabl oose of the age a. l.c ing for the organization l0Unt' recently. Let ua your Auto POOL SUCCESS Notes U. every other day. having already new roten have curtains. top far here In Kentucky. In California.! and ' , ' ichL0 A call ha been i..ued for a meet-tr. She) set in the ? ?' l.h" did not W someone to finance Roman. To Add 20 Millions To they beginninghave an organization a " 11 " u ' .pring nnd raised sever-- "! gosling. f hc laymen's Association of the of ny one in the county who WANTKlJ;-T- o Transylvania Presbytery to be held.' ' ', ' "ooai- ' do hort liand and Kentucky ha hud ami when it ," Kentucky Crop The :,,Mr "o'uni for the llaptist ran rompete wit Mi Kate in goose type writing. I'hone 238. wld that Home of these men are nt 'nvllle on Thursday, Nov. 10, nt J I church ha arrived and will be put egg? Mb Kktc nlto ha a home Hugcne Cochran. working hard for it ,urre merely the Fir.t 1'reshytrrian Church made counterpane which her grand. The niorninir reion will begin nti down before Sunday. that they may profit thereby, n I FOB SALE: Home ow and pic Skugg hud hrr mother andf"""u?r made before the wa mar- man know that it I 10;:i0, and will be nddreed by Mr ' I Declaration Of Aaron Sapiro In and 15 nice ahuaU. Huffman Irea. II. Milligan, a prominent layman, "Ister and family, of Campbellville,l rled. It ha been In the family f not true. I have never met finer J. Ollberti Crtek, Ky. tween 0 and t0 ear. nlo u din- Chattanooga, Tenn., and other. " h guest recently. Plea For Mora Signature At Lanmet) than Judge IlinKham. Will which Tier Mr. Kdwln Walker went tit Dan- -' nrr l''atl, Simnn, Jaine Stone, Itnlph Darker Mr. Millignn t n very forceful peak. WANTED. One hundred Attta caster! Plenty Of Redrying Fa r bought when he first top to repair. Good work and nnd every mini who attend - the'ville Saturday n inin in ih.. ft.i.p..l ... .... or lr. Collin, who recently died. v...-- , He Declare In Antw cilitiet, ' 'Went to houre krenlnir. whirh ! cheap. Dniivllt.. . ........... ( linn will. (I., r........ 1...... . If you men would .1 gn that con nirrtlriL' - limil.l W. J. RemaJM. ..u.n. i 'about 150 year ol.lj.nd a mall inulT time for hi nddre on "The Lay.. ering Osteewenls. Mr, Kli,nl,..K P.ir,.L u tract and itet everybody el... to .1 FOR SAI.K: Some fancy Brown box, which belonged to lir great- -you are going to nail thnt contract man J0D ( - led home after several month vitlt great grandfather, who brought Leghorn Cockerel. Oct. 20 That the ucce of the up on the door in five year, nnd ay: The 'afternoon will be taken up to relative in PainUvllle. it C. J. Kay, bmcater, R. U. urross the ccean with him, Catvjiny uurley tobacco tirower the organUn "There is the Declaration of Inde- - w"n ,h0 ',u,in' Several from here nrramrianied of our reader show a, many relic atlve Aociotion marketing pool will nondenre." : "on. Itev. Young to Wallareton Sunday MlM KMrT I ! F.vcry I'rifbytt.Mnn man in Tran add twenty million dollar to the VKANTKIM-- M.n with car to ell evening where be preached. LOYD. sylvania Presbytery i invited and, value of the 1921 tobacco crop In I jlow pricod GRAHAM TIRKS. 1130 1 ounK wl" l'ein a l,r- urged to ntetnd this meeting a, mat. ' ucv Kentucky and tha the grower who nn,, I ,,fr Kev. W. I. Peel dosed a series of ter vital to the futur.. of th- - IV.... lMcl1''' meeting at Wnlliueton begin- remain outside the pool may find wrniwini lire vo,, nun nouicvanl, 4 meetings at I'lea.nnt Hill Sunday by terian Church will be conider...l. "'"K "hwrsday of thl week. himself in the condition of the Henton Harbor, Mich. Mrs. V M. Dean and Ml.s Stella ,,,'hI" Mt- - Tabor It. 1 of the prune pool in Califor- "'KM- I. I; put on n Mae (Jrow were in Lexington nnd definite plan for the future Thur. FOR SAI.K. -R- egistered big type Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Itav nia, without n market and compelled work of the Axiocintinn formulnti.d. program at the Itaptlst church in ' Inland Chlnn boar, pig and gilt at to .take half price for hit tobacco waa urday night with .Mr. and Mr. Mnr iinvns.i'r inii ftllltlllY nitTfll. i f farmer.' price. Henton Brother. the derluration of Aaron Sapiro, of shal Kay. Mm Hart, a teacher at Huckeye.,, Church NeWS "0", C'I California ,hrre thi afternoon, in an, Mr nnil Mm w H.. Ky. g iuv ....... A group of V. I V. nddres to nn nu'lence of Garrard week-enguest of Mr. and Mn. from the Paint Lick Society visited '",l FOR SALKi-- SIx hemp brake, (o county farmers which filled the court S. . Sander. Jr nmJ M ""1 Comelisin. of llybee. gUrtU o fri,.n), , the Lancaster L'nion last Sunday eve "rw on" raon. Weill sulnher room and stood about the wall to Mr. and Mrs. James Foster spent nlng and conducted a insisionary n!"' returned to her home after a vi. Sun(ay Phone :itS A. C. Ileailey the number of fiOO or 700. Many the day Sunday I with Mr. Frank and program at the Young IVopleV meet- - 'I to Rev. and Mrs. N. II. Young. Wjomen were in the crowd, . . .. Mr- rrh llroudus und Mr. er-- , ! Miss Montu Ray. in.. Tk d "It is not just 1 that Is asking you nenrd Hurt spent Sunday with Mr. Leghorn. White Ltyhorns and Rhodo Ry. Tiiroihjr Mr. and Mrs. Fred Snyder und nni' 'n'truetlve throughout. Red Clocr Seed, to sign this contract, paid Mr. Sapiro, I FOR SAI.K:--Som- e Rob. Longv choice But? The Young I'eople's service is held R'd Top Seed. daughter, spent Sunday in Madison Hudton A Farnau. R- - Z. "but the boys and girls of Kentucky ...:.u a t Mrs. J. Hognn Rallard is the guest l'I'u"' ,tr'1 t kt,m' ... ... . . .. ... Price. t c I... w nt i!.t- -. oy.i snyiier. ., : .. ." "....K - ir ami .Mr, ti. l, .Montgomery of her mother, Mm. F. H. KMrr. of 3.2t.pd. and the women o' Kentucky, who Pa.nt Lick, Ky. R, 2. es,.eei.ti- were recent visitor in Lexington nu.I j - ri""" R.cle.n.d Northern Ro.en S.erf "'"v are ntkinir vou simnlv to Hv.. il,.m Nicholosvillr. ly Invited. Vftll 11 PVT.. -- Tl. ...1. ... ...... attended the ball game at that place ..nr.- iuuill, suit Timothy Seed. Red Clover Sed, a chance to obtain a decent standard The ladies nble-fNext Sunday morning there will f Mrs. II. the small family, alto tide room, Hudson A Farnau. of living for Kentucky. I urge you L Wallace ha returned K. church willofserve HryanUville M. P Seed. be a special service for votlnir neanie dinner election) 10 x 20, adjoining my More, . t w n...i t . 1.. ' in pikii .fc inn ..... n-u-, . ... home after about two week' visit to in-- r w ..in, .iiB, nni.. iiiiicK nnn didvi.. , !.,ruuu 111 unit ttt.i. w Cu,oy, Corner of Richmond .1 vi-r: i,.n.l mc ,ii,y nnn. uniiy were nl eleven o clock, ami It.. is hoped that relatives at Louisville and Lexington. day, Nov. tith. i, .......... win..;. ........... ,. :u 1... Mr. Alice I). Ilarnes, of Gatna, 'and Campbell St. it. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Matthew for About ojie hundred men from h Miss Kmma Ilurchrll wn the guest only from our own school but those Kansas, is sltlng her sister, Mr.' ZT ...... coin county, members of the farm a bedtime stay Sunday night. Saturday night and Sunday of her ALK -r- hree registered who are not enrolled in any school Jnme II Kdwnrds. bureau of thut county, were in at aunt, .Mr. Ann Moberley, near Jersey Cow, with second calves now . ,. w. ,. or church are urgently invited. ... mm .,rs. r.enne,.y wrrr y tendance, hollowing the meeting Bird in tht Dark, mj), um OM KOOi There will be a song service at Round Hill. f there vn a conference of precinct ( Not h few Mnl pnutli ully rear "n'l Mr' Kob- - ' two year only. Mrs. Robt. Walker ha returned "'"V, A. C. Mile, 7:15 followed by n preaching service tin-o- f ert Hutchinson, of Danville. In tly ilnrfc, a chairmn and worker and a number ,'','lr 10.27-21- . ftlirlf mvm Ifk" h,"r CHU,in. conducted by the pastor. Subjecr"from " vUU ' Mr. and Mm. W. K. Davi. Mr.1 growirs nigned the contract. A""rl,n" ForeMr) .MataHn.-- . Well .' .1:.. ""!' r at Lebanon, during the -or ll,Nr.. seel, lu of the sermon "Sniritunl Prr.unm.i ""'l'"e. Jtnhre Lewi. Ijv Waller, nr... kflllllliliMlli on J' " ryni unl .Mis hlsin ,M. Iton' ."""J"' """" c"ie 10 I my piace...... . nti.l tion." ' Presbyterml ' ........ i.. I ............. Him M.. tl.l...-- "uirii Oct. 11. Sum.. nml 1... tente-- i Mr. Sapiro as 'the l.l J'. , . - ... , A cordial welcome i extended to Miss Gnrnett wn the recent guest .,. i"iifc i "'"I"Urn. k...l ...... ,,,.,- - wouwun- ul n r.ll..l- o.oKom 111 .1. . U me M . and Rev. A. My ,rr s at ; J' all. William K. Rix, Pastor. of her .ister. Mis Opal Garnett. who , v.ng her. I V rott'-farther end of them. Wilmore. were Is the primary teacher In the Paint on''' Answering statement nU.ick made by ' -'- of r and Mr,. ,. C. Ro.J qpponent of the pool thnt the or-- j NorlHern Roten Seed, REO BUS LINE Mr. and Mr. Ot Hnmmark and gnnlzntion would h.ive no redrying' Timolhjr Seed. Red Clover Seed, , FOR SAI.K- .- Klghtren month old There is plenty of room at thf ton family were truest Sun.lav nf his facilities, he said that Vice Chair-- 1 Lexington And Stanford Famau.1, Poland China boar, Dig Type, an of the ladder, but many people ob- -' brother. Mr. Kph Hammack and fain. Rd To' S,,d- man James C. Stone had received'. ! ily Mr. Lamlrom Hurdette has tken.,ra '00'1 one; good gentle buggy to the exertion of climbing. at Flat Woods. r. ru. rare Ar. A. M offer from as far away a Winston-- 1 churge of the HryanUville Kxchamre mare, just the one for school cWL u, trom Lexington andiSt30 aaiem, Laiinglon IO1OO aro wlcome them inl,lrr". one doien Plymouth Rock- - put-laory, what i the date of armistice lucky as to win priie with to thank'""'1 other place, to redry the pooled one do.en. Plymouth Rock ywr-6:10 $ .40 Nicholaiville 9:20 our immunity. i and that contract to handle (the judge, and also merchants who W- .75 HanaJey Mr. Khoda Wylie, Mis Kthel Wy- 9:10 o nice as to give them. Kvery time we try to lay up sonit-N'T- i' the association's holding hud been 6i20 " 6,40 KiMn Wye and .MIm May. I 1.00 Camp Nelson Hi SO asked for. Mr. foi n rainy day a premature Mr. anil Mrs. W. O. Andermm n I'anviue hop- .Mr. Sapiro left for Kansas Citv 7i0U """ We need several rood mm ta sell 1.25 HryantMrille 8,30 ruin come along nnd washes it all have returned home from West Point, Wednesday. I1'" Singer tewing machines and collect after the meeting to attend, a a ! 7i30 -1.75 Lancaster lfto away. This buines of continually Mis., after about thirty day visit j starting all over again possesses delegate from California, the Nation, Mr. and Mr. II. II llalcomb, Mr. on orcounls Good opportunities for mer. to their non, Shelby Anderson and 8:00 2.25 Stanford It. al Convention of the American Legand Mrs. Louis Uroadus und "Perk" advancement. For full particulars, though. It prevents us good family. I its, HEADQUARTERS linen from contracting those vicious' ion. Mi,..,, Mnttie and Jane vtt..r llalcomb were guest Sunday of Mr. nddrrs "We havent' done a thing in Leaington Singer Sewing Machine Co., . nanus 01 the idle rich. Stanford Mesdame II. J. Patrick, R. G. Woods and Mrs. J. W. Dlsmukes, of llurgm. thnt you can't do in KentucMr. and Mr. James II. Edward, I)anville. Ky. Reo Garage Uur 'dea or a rent diplomat is a and Mr. Sam Denny, all rode horseAcey Hotel ky if you will Jut put enough life Mr an.d Mr. Thomas Henry Edfellow who can keep a woman from back to Hamilton Valley last Thurt-daStove pipe and elbows, Hi ct. Saf, Comfortable Kus into it. 1 have never met a finer wards, Miss Allie Mae Edwards and jI spilling the bean when she ha u jt.. coul hods, hove-- , Move board, Uunch of men than you have work- spicy secret to tell. Mr. Alice U. Ilarnes spent last Sat- - pokers, second-hanK. It. Webb, Manager. Misses lleulah Kdwurd and Kssie cook heater. If a preacher were to tell the Ballard, of Crab Orchard were the urday in Versailles. cheap; Mailable runpc, buggy Mr. and Mrs. James whole truth to the nveruge congrega. attractive guest for the week-enEdward.! of tion he would probably be invited to Mis Elisabeth Conn, and attended' Mr. and Mr. Thomas Henry Ed- - crfam freexer. at cost, .eron.l h..d ward, were the guests last Friday) wagon, Double Cultlpackcrs, cheap. repeat it elsewhere. the Hallowe'en party at Kirksville. w T Unurne. of, nml MrWhy speak of a fellow having lost There will be a play ut the school, " , j, it- - MOUNT k CO. . his nerve nt the critical moment? auditorium Friday night, Nov. 4lh., I He had ne "Lommuiiity hilver Tea" met! FOR SALE OR RENT: Gang a three act play, entitled, "She Want. none to lose. t the home of Mr. A II. Swope on Public Square. Possession given Butternut's When tome people reach the top ed to be a Widow or j evening. Delightful re. January 1st., 1022. Address of the ladder of success they climb llride." Come help till the house, murxiny I freshment were served by the hoti f Allie Arnold, down again to sec if anything ha a the proceed go to the school. ( C. lacker. Colorado Colo. been overlooked. Robert Walker returned from """"'''I ) Mrs. Caro of School for the Deaf. I The men who are now accomplis- Uloomington. Ky., with seven TroTHE UNIVERSAL CAR Muttltsj. hing great things begun life in the phic, which he won with hi hound, Speaking i.f Kurlrrs, hae )..ii heart! proper way. They never neglected Flora at the State Fox Hunt. Flora I Roosters a promising candidate for the of the I It) mini .111, Inils wl.o .pled Tlie simplicity of the Ford car, its stability :tho little things. honor nt the National Fox Hunt pair with llwr ilusps In a lisrvard construction, the famous heat treated in White Wyandot "Pure Ilred" Ken. Rich men are not al. swf made. Suuiifo shop Vanadium steel with its marvelous strength 10th. raise a mlli ttlml.m, nml, thinking t In most eaten their workmen made meet at Crab Orchard. Nov Station Strain, nt ,.u.t, from ihe ehanu. tucky Experiment and flexibility, the low cost of operation and This i the econd time for Mr. Walk af -.I their money for them. M" " ll... whiiut. HUkt-- lilt urivp or R good utility bird. maintenance, its case in operation, all have er toywin aryen trophies with one dog .llar. ,,lt,,t-- ,., I Mrs. Ilogan Hallard. same tlm. Trouble with thi country i, there dog, madc the Ford car the great favorite in every will be remembered he to tit. ,ih,.r ., llrantsvtlle, Ky. Mi ..,riri hi,- - J'houb 2 .are too muny thing of the past. captured all prize at Crab Orchard turiie.1, liMke Mites-tlland in the world. It's the one car that always u, yoUUg n . They should be Improved upon and two yeurs ago with satisfies and serves. A utility beyond question I said men. Mil, "Abbie." "We iln not srnarate I made atsets of the future. ...... I.... sir, I f llUtlt fits that all can afford. We will be pleased to have '. lv.Mmi Uf Dr. fi. f!. f:,wl,.i..n nf An exchange of good things far ...U.K, (J) your order. Don't delay because the demand The hustler take what life hat In your Thanksgiving dinner will be' is heavy all the time. Wc have almost everystore for him and then got out and Ky., has bought the office supplies, and equipment of Dr. K. II. Mont- thing m motor car accessories, sell the found at Hnselden'f Stprw Nov. 23rd, gather in a little more. gomery and is moving to our city , genuine. Ford Parts, und assure the best in Cake, chicken, etc, this week. Dr. Goodman will occupy' mechanical repair work. Te Mse a Cashmtre Shswi. Mr. J. C Kobiiuon's rJ OF ALL KINDS OF HARDY It take three men lx umiitlis ta rooms nt the Park s Flat nnd Dl vlilon of the CW. N, M. , Montgomery will retire from nruc make a rsahnrri) shawl, which ' TREES, SHRURf, HEDGE, tire for time being and probably will ten goats' Notice . GRAPE VINES, ROMS, spend the winter in the South.' not interested In any car exctpt Fsl All persons having claims against When he resume the practice of PERENNIALS, Far Dark Weedwtrk. EVER. the estate ofiR. mediclne.-i- t will be to specialize in, . Tomlinaen, deThe ksat way to clean GREENS, ETC. ceased, are requested to prove stsne tNtktfeU doora aad woodwork some one line. Dr. Montgomery' has Is to take a pall of clean .warm built up a line practice and it quitting is recommended1 In our cnta-lo- as required under statutes and Me t water aad pour n little parakta Into on account of his: health and we hope Price and guide ia same with ua at once. It ad tku waali the palut all over. that the man who succeeds htm will FREE to every one Garrard Hank Trust Co., interested werktBf dewawanl wlia a piece of be as capable Adm. R. H. Tomlinsee), and well liked. M TrkUk toweling. Nest, dry wit in good nursery atock, Paint Lick School is well aatiaAed a pier C clean detii aad twUau with agents. sasVetsatlal dtrr. Te attesspt ta with their victory at the Schoel Fair, Our diplsmaU clM suek paUu by Jtard torbMag at Laacaate Saturday, having ear-rle- d H. W, H4LLENMEYER ft SONS rather fortiMute abroad Have b4eai hsie. TImos Is a llitake. H does sot need M aad meat polata and gaining the I tea, Ky. tempta te kiM Uiem gnv abosi gjagg W eedy be rubbed away. t M prise ofered the school gain. ltrfectly geed aewipsper for the meeting. CRAR ORCHARD SPRINGS Mary Walker nm the guest Ml of her nunt. Mix 8. I filhb last week. Rev. Willie . ng maw pewits. They alee WH 'W prists. The following are iKS name of the lucky winner of our school t Ml Geneva Logsdon. won flrt prise on belt and nlccat copy, which was n 11.00 box, of candy; JUsa winny Kuhlmun second prite for bet copy book, which waa f 1.90; Mli Kmma Hall, necond prite on es say on "Thrifl"a S2.50 basket of fruit and Mis Hniel Ro., third prize on bread, all other winner went a 1 RATES! Mftfto Hiiortlona 1c a weed ad Uatii far lees than Me In tMe tthM. No ads la tMe eolunin charged. Seven bwvrtloM far tha No ,- mn . 1 PresbvteHan 1 f " " l" VJ. Price broad-minde- d be-o- great-greate- r, granil-mothe- - ; lo-ope- BRYANTSVILLE " i""iion. ' out-ide- rj . baptist . d workeJr;,hrafW 1 '' 'l oi Sd, ''r "'""". 1 - .. ... .... j -.. .. l.in-'wit- , iiirs T7 u-l- h" - BkiiiM-ijiit- - ... Y t " .... Cracks at Creation. h' ' i-- ' '"'a ex-Je- ct pi -- 1 I Culi-forn- ln y. d ! d - '"'""'-- 8sA-iittj- 11 For Sale ..- j.jt y . Exchanfe. -I- " Fall Piantinf. Hastlfai Brtt Qaraft tmn dark-col-re- d g. lit Tle