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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): November 10, 1921 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1921 cen1921111001_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 10, 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 SKIOND YKAH LANCASTER. KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON. NOVEMBER IO, 1921 OFFICIAL VOTE IN GARRAKD COUNTY Slat,. Senator .. ,T- NUMBER 31. DEMOCRATS LOSE SOLDIERS' DAY TOMORROW! ENTIRE COUNTY TICKET BY A Great Afternoon, SMALL MAPlanned. for the readinr great "Soldier Hay" or rather the rmitiee Celebration ttint will Instated here tomorrow, t Friday) beginning promptly at I2:M0 o'clock Kvei) thing In llllllll - i irrun ciuri. Judge County County County Court Attn'y. Sheriff Clerk --. V. Com. .fall.- a. PRECINGTS JORITIES. Hard Fight Made Hy Democrats. Hut Odds Proved Too Great To Overcome. One of tlx' hardct fought pnlitiral battle ever waged in Garrard futility vvn taut Tuesday. Tin- - leaders, orkcr ami candidates on the lnr.il ticket wore of the opinion that they hiiI a Aghting chnnrc to win for the ticket ami made a fight to win The liehulilii an nurinal iHiiJimly. lme the wumcti ar- vctutg t roncerietl to be in exce-s- of seven humlri,i, ami to nvei-nmit wi'h a uniti'il repub-- i huh (Hirtv with a good organization appeared tu In- - an Impossible task, hut the game tighter that tin- rat ate of thl rwiuity thought it worth white lo undertake it Tim much raise runno' In- - given Ut many tin- party who were lighting Mr. J It Tom ami .Mr.. W II Itiirton, rhmrmuu and vice chairman a t c I i ! I H 1 3 b 'A s o 30 MEN TRY TO ROB DISTILLERY Auto Bandits. Thought To He From Louisville, Outwitted by Four Guards In Jessamine. THREATEN TO It . the wish thnt nil on hand mm from tin- county niul make tin' parade at that tune - RETURN. S"o. I ltini-.- i Vi'ati-r Crt-t-k- . n Impressive ii powible Itcgmning promptly at 1 :0( o'clock the lint foot hill game will he staged iMik of tin1 Schiud Huildihg between the I ..'inn team and Paint Lick Immediately after thl game tli" l.an-iH.t- No. No. No". 2 3 A t:ilh.-r- t Work. Crr.-Js . Pall ft i ) ngniht High School the Lebanon will lilii' up High School team hinged for tin The Milimi. game will Itr rttviiltHt between tlio High School torn ii n dthc Legion-aires- , these are two gtiod anil worthy .dum' .111 tithe public huuld go ami lelp th. m a well n seeing two great! wilP as foot hall linM jtimi-- . not lif able tu see any more game triiseitsnn a the will probably be 'he la' time fur you tw gure upon the "Old War Untie." Thr muni ttroKrnm will I..- - ko.I, f lh tin. will In- - fr..- - ami th.- - .mtlr.i puh- - wfVi , ronlwlly initid If In- - fineent. ' Mf ,m, if kmmI mtiMf ami an i.oinl .Mr No. Nh No. No, No No No. No Nil Suar 0 I'oor lliiiii'. ("ri-i-- l.ick .Markiihurv HryanUvtlli-lluwia I Ml 1 III Ifi! INI ' 'Jir.l' Zr, L'lli 112 'Jl'.l I'.U 221 227 IM ' I III 221 22." 22 2.VJ 211 2:17 22U Sll 2.M IM 2ir. 2lil IM 120 1C 121 100 121 Ill i:i 12 i "tti Paint tirti-mvill- l:t2 2:15 vx I II INI 10 5'.t 154 151 nil 101 221 HI 11- xt l2t i7i 1- .H0 105 I7r. lilt 2J(i W, K--ii , 110 216 111-- 211 1211 211 112 2lli ;r, 7fi lEh. Ih2 22.x ) I "It Hi 222 1 III 2li M7, 221 M2 220 2.VV 21H 217 22H 2Si 2:i''' 2:il 2lH I,--'24l 174 212 1W1 2X1 175 2.H 120 101 117 101 11 till 12;l '. i:ta 121 v.i PJi ix 127 i:ui 121 i:t:i zv uzt 210 2.t5 nr2 2H u.i a I II t 178 !!! 111! 212 2:t. 17U 11.1 22ii 117 2-- ITil 2.U Kentucky Distillery A-- Warehouse 220 l.T.I Compa.iy at Camp Nelon, 2:i 22TI 237 210 2." I li-made tu a guard whom they 175 21 217 I7H 102 117 102 122 U7 held priwmer, indicate they might I!IH 12 1 Statement. by member of a gang IM I i:i of thirty men who attempted Mon215 117 day to roll two warehoUM's of the U7 2:11 liV.l Mi 235 liVi No. No Ni. No n 1 12 'IVati-r- s 1. I'. in l.aw.uti Mim.n- ltk S. S. II. 57 111 lin 5i ll 111 2i 212 !s& H 1S1 'Xi ll'i-.- i " WJ 1:12 127 1V2 f- ti'.i lfi." 171 110 2:tl 103 23.H 112 22 hw 210 im 210 101 175 101 i 212 S 212 7 2i l 205 if 1H7 II. 17 7ii Km 2hi 205 2- - 205 201 l!2 71'. P'5 77 Pm im; 211; w 2h! iini 211 fill JI57 5 172 l.T.i 221 137 222 Mt 71 5fi 101 1ST 221 203 2i VM 73 201 75 l - VO 2ir2 107 5S Ifo 5 ft - mi 21 PJI 213 lli: 207 75 w 75 200 los 207 105 207 111 215 I Si !2 ll'.l C2 211 ' III ill 71 2l5 20- .7 JUS io; 2m IW 205 have cume from Louisville. O. It .Carpenter, who was off duty, 0i and wa on hi way to his room, wa 57 raptured by the bandits, who went to 114 2lli the ditilli-rin truck and automoM biles, said the men threatened to take 1113 2m5 75 IH1I him to Louisville utile, he told them imi 20s where they could tlml the other three 1I i:l 121 101 'J 2:10 Hill Total 27IH 10 270;i 220 271 27711 271 1 222 2M1 2I'li 27 17 2771 2ii7 Mark Turner. .1 I il 'll '22 1 2i5KI guard. fr - THE LAST HOUR! MIDNIGHT MONDAY, NOVEMBER 15TH. THE CAMPAIGN CLOSES. c' JL'NTl MS OVIOIi T H K i ImI ttm-- ttn;lMBt tho wmn votm1 iM4rtj I Inward Warren, Nath Ah Killion. Arch D. Stephen. Dalton Itirh. Victoria Anderson .v Son. J V Dunn, (Icniyc (ireen. Will l.eavell, Uiah Delaney, John S Cox. .Mr. Kmma Daniel. an Sim)iiin. i r. FMiik-lni- A inirn-iin- Mmltli-irampaiiiM anil Hirtumitk HrK'inlintiun, r5nl tniriHi-innV imI workinL-luaoin?. r yiHl k.""ir uml kiJ im : ' prerH-- t j Ihv In.H who tt.lp.M I'tif MirnHful - . .. l...a.l,..rh..lrN.nof i) th.- - m W. TOP .IQ1N NOW 't;. Allri.lRe, P.Hatllelil.Palmer. II. I.. Ilettl. William Plea, lllythe. W. &K llarlow. M. W. S. Ilaitey, N. Miles Mr Iwtn.. l Im laM eimiiliiali'i for fwlloMk lh' rounty otlim l. I rr Get In On The Ground Floor With The Rest Of Your Friends. Acres, 3,308,375 lbs. Have Heon Signed At The Mom Of GoilV To Press And More Coming In Kvery Hour. 1,226 Growers, 3,529-1-5 Icn.i.tre, Cover Ilrvant. Davie Well., It. Howard I.niran. .Inhume 1 ln,l..r C nt-a- r Mil... .ilixi ul hU HurkVi ham,- - inornihK. Hicnite. I.e.- - I! John Uenxley, Hi- i wlf., Mirvivi-I" liufpT., hrai'k v ilon. W II. Kirtizan rnwn Mn nn.l lhrctwu Lincoln NAtion.il Bank, I.. W .Mcqucrr). William ran.li Hon. Win. H. Shiinkt, President, nttltudi' touanl thiunuKhti-r- . Pnllaril. Sam Cotton, W M. (iafuey. Next Thing. Will Addrei The Grower In The Last Speech ilalf. ami whil.- ii'irrcttitii; that Stanford, alitl Mr Mll.-- wA 71 yrn.m of .Mr II I. Wallace. More Pullin. 1I1.I not vuti. The election i over. The winthough he ha wa liiirn in In This County. .lame Clark, Jame., II. Ilenter, M. P ner anil w- - ha.- h.i rntirwm fur thi- - Hirr their friend are rejoicing. ninro hi in I... .Meadow .V Son, Tho. Hurt, William tul runnor. ami rancratutair- - th.-The li.oer. it is hoped, are taking Hiwan a romutctit Wttn thirt) two i. .unties havim: Stephi'ii I. Walker, Joe Dunn. Char. Laytoii. I!..Mitchell, Arthur Tudor. r thi-ivictor) their defeat like gootl sportsmen. of the llnptit church, anil onu of thi- - upon iKiied their quota, of 75 per tent or ley Hay. John Khim .Mc.Mil-llan- . H. M. I.ear. J S. Cox. H. M Thi-an- koo'I anil w.- - huvi-- i The ore spot made, the unkind ino.l rrprrti'.l cltlifn tif thr fwiili-I- , of the crop of 11121, workers of more Hubert Hode. (ieorvte llemler-on- . J. I. Smith, Arthur Young, word and tiling. aid no tlouht thitt thi-- ) purpHto i(o and done in Co. the Hurley Tobacco tirower .1. C .Morgan, .lot Ilauimon, Jr , and th.-i- r Uaac lleailey, .1. F. Yeawer, A.' Th.- - fiwinty duty ai- - iitTicmU. the stres of the campaign should be operative Aoci.ition went to work olfic.-r- . t u fur thi- -. four William Sweeney Moriran. forgot'en. Garrard County's citi) with renewed vicor and eii- - W Poynter. It. K ParMinFoot Ball January ami zens are friend and neighbor and to "fini'h the tak" hy Smith, Hobert Walton, It. I. (iruw thi-iI..uif;it-- r ha. thr font Imll rratr, will A Holiday. expect to live together in amicable in thi-iline, Ollie Lane, to make ii;iiini: .met Iih it bail. lluin jut work in al' thiiu;-- . fur thi' h.-- t mti-r-.- t the iool up10enough ailditioiial by .Mo- Tom Crank. Mitch Son. Scott Hroth- - Tomorruw, Friday 1 1th., ha been relation in the future a in the past. Alfn-Preton .; per" cent troni: r l Imt Kriiluy afaltuut of thi count) It would help in restoring the usuLloyd Hourne. II I.. Tompnon,, a Natinal holidav ami will nday nmht, when the campciiun will , anil all thr bunim-ternoon, Lincoln County Ciurt Dnnufratic Willie Doolin, John Doolin, .Mily It. be oberved by the bank and many al calm ami cordiality if all would clone lli'imii-ratlamt'il.iti-.- . fur all ami i irri-n- t numhrr who hail no liui begin now to think of the revival serThe coMlitli-- which have riKHeii 75 Walke', John Het, J W Hryaiit, J. other intitutioii. . wont out to m'- - tin- - "home i otfiri'i- - in Lincoln count) per cent or more of their crop are: M. Hell, .Millard Graham. Willie H. Three year ago tomorrow. Nov. vice which vvil begin at the Chri-tia- n tram knock tin- - wiml out of a chi-twin. except thi- - facilitate for county Church ne.xt Sunday. Rev. .Iel.-- j 1th . the great cannon ceaed and Path, llourbon. llracken. Carroll,, Colter, I.. Al. .Montgomery. hunch of hitfh rchool youtiKntiTu who ju.le to Juilne ( Jmice liice loi-Franklin, l.emav. Willie Galllger, J S. Stone, j Cent, any wa made to realize that Madison A. Hart, of Danville will do Clark. Plenum:. arter. journeyeil hrre "for a little practice Sam ll.-l- hy n majority of ahout 200 Henry Hothwell,' the air catle that he had dreamed the preaching in tliete meeting. l ajette. tSrunt, (iallatin. Henry, llar-- . John M. Wheeler, . -hefore truine on to ee the hie i;.ime . Thi assures good preaching, effecMann. Milton Dean, George llopkm W. II.! of. could never be real eatle. rnon, Jewamuie. at i imi ill" iiui aia for th.. h.t j Air. Hart is held in tive preaching Templeton, John Faulkner. Charle. '.Marion, Montcoiner) , Mercer, l.i lil plan, the) often utrike a na:, the highest esteem by all in DanNichola, Owen, (Miihaiii, Pendle- Hall, John .nderon, Jr., Sam Alor I Lands Nice Job. they fumihel the practice for our Not ville, irrespective of church affiliScott, Shel- ri. Itiirton Durham. Arthur G. Ilea ton. Itnbertiioii. wa Mr. Sam I.ee llerrou left their liuy. ami mi compli-t, ations. His coming into our comby. Trimble, Woodford, all in Ken- ley. .lame K. Holtxrlaw-- Karly Hurn-i-idiNCff lecteO. thatrni ami humiliation, that after' J. D. Hich, Jame Croutcher, D. ter lat Tuesday morning after he munity will help all who come to tucky. Attain County. Ohio, and their ilefeat hy a M'ore of 27 to 0. tanip.'d under the "Hoo.ter" to take Vnovv or hear him. jurilli: t,e exriteini-n- t of every.lay Ohio County. Indiana It. Hobert Tutlor. Alike Pur-celthry ilrciile.1 to call otf the ItanvihVj f.a MI,tlcli ,bacci poolimr anil up hi new office a deputy sheriff .Mis Kathryn Warriner will direct W. II. Swope. AlcKlory Hurdett, "Joseph Paonnenu, ori;aniz.ition tnii, ami announceil that "their next the wild ncramhle for the almighty at the Hlack .Mountain Coal Co., at the music. She ha had quite a good manager, iaid the worker would not W C Hughe. AIcKinley Adam, Harlan. top woutil he Venutlllen ilollar. (he .(iiritual welfure of our ileal of experience a music director with their bare tUotii, hut would Ceo! Doolin, Hilda Kdingtou, John Ami )ft llii.l not the appetite of community him heen neither It i u.eless for u to say that Air. and soloist in revival overservices and her continue until all the tobacco in each W Jacknon, J W Wet. Will Dunn, Ilerron will prove to be a valuable our faui heen atilii-il- , for on Salur-lin- looked or fornotten. work ha been universally satisfact poible to obtain ha. be- - j Sr. Jesse Leavcli, Willie T. Walker. afternoon jut nhout exeryhocly man to the Cump.-tnanil we dare tory. Air Hart and .Mis Warriner Lancaster recently experieliceil a count) it Holier racey, t l.irence .Naylor. h. Hlue come .iKucd. Kvery Gra' Dborn. I.lame (ioin. Eugenia Pol- - pretlut that he will keep order. who couhl poxihly Kel away, Journey- three week' protracted meeting, will come to Lancaster for tin- - Montop except Madi-- ' ed to Danville to eo the hie came whom- Inllueine wan felt throuirlnuit County over the day evening service l.i ri. and continue ill I ni tin nii, Trice llaugh-m.yti- . (iarrnrxl." ami Centrr anil State the county, ami resulted In much urn, lloyle A Splendid Record. IE. N. William. N II. Sander. their work for two weeks. No II. Paint l.ick. Dave Precinct Kuoil. ThU l to he follow ed hy a It Dr .lurk Adams, who ha Well Baptist Church News meetini: at the l'hritian church of 'llervej. Chairman. Kvery iirower K. I. iuleron, FelixSprutt, Lane ack faithfully cared for the health and .V Hester. Jr., Thuina City Meet of ha nu'iied the contract, makini: tht week duration. The meeting HaylHirn, ('. A. Grant, William FaulkGarranl count) live stock for many The lu.l .Sumtay were well is to he The regular meeting of the City conducted hy Pr. Mart, of precinct 100 per rent ner. Clel Denny, Jerry Mitchel. viiitinj: altemleil, wiUi Creek, Porter Hich. J. I.. Carroll, Jerry Huff. years, hold an unequalled record, we Council wa held at the police headDanville, who-- e upleiidld reputation Precinct No 1. Uuune' will venture to say, in the vaccina- quarter frieniN In attemlance last .Monday night with a Kvery A ha preced.sl Chairman anni.iti-111. hv lEev Shirlev lluiUoti. J Oliver. Harry Calligln-r- , Willie tion of swine. During the lat year There were two aililltioim to the .. i ... i i full meeting There wa mi special iiimriami, uie pintor The mumc Will kiiiwit except tun nine ii:ih.i. iii....- Hn. K. It. Grant. Merrill llummou. "Uncle Jack" ha ihurch at the evening vaccinated UIO business to dispose of. he in charue of .Ml Katherine War. "IK it '.'SS ..... .1. C. Prather, Janie llardwick, hog without lining one, ami without The II. Y. P. U. ii taking new life, .Member of the ami Gar- riner. who l well known nml ha been .GET HUSY KVr.RYHODY, AND Doner, Ktldie Hallou. .lame. the appe.trence of a single absce rard County Chamber of Commerce ami a Kecruitint; (!ommittee l liuty heard upon many occalon in Lin-- J MAKE GARRAKD 100 I'P.R CENT Jne I Ott l.eavell, John follow ing hi vaccination cnltKt iritr new member. this were before the Council and asked cuter The meetinj: U .being looked HE POKE TUESDAY! J. W. Sutton & Son, Dave The of the ohler mem-Ix-r. I. t that an ordinance be passed not to it.rwar.i it. wim mucn intere.l l.y tinA Iut of ..rovser llllam It. .Steele. W. I. who have signed I ummon, of the church ami coiiKreiratinn Shells. allow car to be parked within 20 community in general. Morn. Harry Hay. H. N. Shelton,1 will he much appreciateil. ami i ..nice the lat iulet i or the hydrants. I his request Air G A Abbot:, executive John Franci. .lame Land. J A Hiley Preton, Alarhal Hay, Grant much liceileil. part of the of Buckeye. Cotton, J. T. Hume, Hen Aloberley.l Sowder. H. I.. Gngg. Japer llewlitt, ' xr f (the Lanca ter( and Garrard on the wa carried Chamber the ComThe next Sutiilay will he over to next A...i..'Cnu i handier of oninierce ha merce H.....I.. ii n. i..u., Li..nni.i w. ii .,.-.- '. ii,.... I....I.. ii. ..r , ... I .1 i..t . .ii ii..i. ... . , ..i.ii a follow! iiua it. lllilli'i. llllllllli.il. Hon Win II. Shank-- President of niKm- F. Ailaiu. J. K Sutton, J. II Hruug'itnn, Sr.. Hobert llo.ikins Arch .1 beailtifill M'lectiot' of shells on .Sunday School at 10:00 o'clock tie Cauuty National Hank, John Permission wa granted the Cham- .1 K Dickerou and Son's Huffman, ('hurley Faulkner, Owley Cox. Ml Salhe I'l'iy :00 o'clock. ii Stanford, i. In Garrard County to Mom, Hobert PrearhinK nervice at to paint hydrants - ber of Commerce window evMr Abbott also ha Huford Preston. J. S. Schooler, I. J. Lewis.! II, V. P. V. at ilil.'i. All iiieiuhen t'ay peaklng In tl e interest of the .Morn, Stone .v Huffman. conspiciou color in order ,'rul I'"""-'') him of inter some may be located easily in that Al- , are uriri'il to he ami vinitorn Co. operative Tobacco Marketing; Kemper. Alelvlu Shearer, George Kemp Walker. Klmer Frederick. the ,",,,nr place in Kentucky ami else they will he welcoim-- . .dr .Shanks made a wonderful talk Kdingtou, Ditt Huffman, C P. Walk- lau Huford. Hoy Prewitt. Jake Dunn. where, M'vcnil of them are view of event of lire. LesC A. .Morgan, Kdd Ta)lor l.eavell, .ft Sonir nml preaching; at 7:15, lit the Court llo'.te about a week er, Kdwurd Clark, John Purcelt, Son, Arnold, Walton K Alos, Grant An ljincaiter and are verj,' Interesting. Conn- - with a quotation. (.go, and it was 'h rough hi elfort lie Delaney, George Hall High School building,' Notice. Lear, Henry ilerson, J. I.. Todd Henry K. Selu-- ! One shows the nd the way that he explained the John Wearrcn, Kdd Hurt. Walker Hurdett, J T Tincher. tian. P W Well. Luther McQucrry. , " um,lnt r ,mm lxvu Notice is hereby given that a . auminy, .miv will lie our financing of this plan that won .1 mniicr in mis county in the m- - ,., II i.'ih..r. I II ( ran- - lhi.l.l..r..r it.it...rt I c.iv w ,I" Alenibemhip Itally Day, when, we many over, and they are now out liuvi.i Tin.....r ii. mi niM's iius As- Naylor, Gtocester j A Price, James C. Anderson, Fred terest of the Hurley hoie to meet every member, old ami workl-i)- ' the Uinca.ter Graded Schoo to make Garrard go over. Turner. Hubert after ociatmn. It will pay you to young, from near ami far, and renew .Mr Sminks i spei.king at lluckeye Smith. A D. Lee, II. It. Montgomery. joiii. .lame llatlleld, Joseph Hrewer, ''.November 2d, PJ2I. In order to Kidd. (. N. Hatfield. A. H. Nay. by and see them. avoid this penulty on vour 1021 taxen our covenant with God, ami, one an- ami with the good people uf tlul part Alloni'i Shearrer A Son. C C Hughe,! other. Make your plans to lie with of the county with us on this pro- John Sebastain. C, C Pruitt. Walker lor, George It. Turner, Clarence The Hlue ot the Hoosters League due the school see .Miss Frankie Hud Kallanl, II. Sebastian, Faulkner. II V, Hastin, James William K. Rix, Pastor. position Garrard will go bouncing o Logan, u. will the Itetis at the Court Kauffman. the Tux Collector, and James Itoblnson, II. A. Wilson, House Sallie Huffman, Hud Sherrow, Wil- that the plan. in Lancaster, Saturday night, make payment on or before BUr4 OWIlslt Raur aUay. liam McQucrry, Herman Humphrey, i Andy Hroughton, Jr., Charles Helton, Nov. date. 12th. MlisfMtiaa. If ymu waat a gmmi LOST: Half Collie and half G. II. Huffman, Ben Huffman. Cron Fred Anglln, Lester Wylie, Goorh J. K. Stormes, Chairman, cak ar gaatj laaf of brMkal USE shepherd pup, seven months old. ley Hurdwick, Millard Rogers, Tom Yeakey, W. A. Kinder. Georite M. The spotlight of the world is on ' W, K. Champ, Secretary, OSELISK. Try sack Ia4ay. Please return to little Dorris ltoe I'. Leivell, George Clark, Klisha i, Lear, lease Doolin, Albert Duddercr, Washington- - but don't monkey with Frankie Kauffman, Tax HatUaa 4 Faraau. Joseph at Joseph's Store. Thomas, Lenimle K. Harding, the switch. James Grimes, J, K. Adams, Collector. 2t. wkirh thi- f..r iL.. ... r 'at Monrfny morHinc Mr .Mil.m Mitrrti a r,r-rS'lh-I.wi.-!!.. ki. ftfr IwitiI .,rvt. hw rvMUlllM mlr-rion- SUir4y I m,nt wooii. I I onl J ttrltt M. Tri'Milwa i mu-r Int.- - ,.r,. t ' WHMoKM"''. . rWHllrr. County ltnw.t f'hntr. .iwirii Jir iinhwh Lilian . Charlie D Pmthcr. Jame id man Snyder, .lame Prather. .V Son, W II. llrown. Kobt. S. Ileatley .V Son. (ieorue II. .Vaylor, Charle. Itoatrik'ht. Carrier, IVi-ioI UMlMhM.li. lax Hhmk .V .luil. r. Pit lu. Cirrtilt th. C..rk. Ilarr Pan ( ronli-. l i'V. f hi While- ). MrMurtr;. faun- hy hr - tir in a rnni-r- LAST SPEAKING OF THE CAMPAIGN. BUCKEYE 3 P. M. ll. ..i.- i'hell. Hubert I.eWl Speed Hall, Andy Demi). Ciiymond Kinir. Addi.- - Davi, I.ee Lacke). Leslie Davt, Kdd II ln .it Ilarue. 'I- - It I P Jee Moore. !.. ue. Thu. i. i.iitun, w, thi.uppMrt.-i- ' tif5.it it tmik no unfair or - TODAY. I.enve'l. H I.. l.ed-for- Donne lte:izl-- y. Carnenter aid they drove him tu Nichnlu.svtlle. When they realixed he would not disclose the whereabout of the other guards, who had stationed themselveon cliff. near the warehouse in order that hey might lire houId the party attempt to take any whi'key, they returned with him to Camp Nelon. e The telephone wire to the had been cut, and it wa not .intil after the departure of the ban-i'- 't nui. the guard had come here that the attcmp'e t robbery wa reported. The warehngii- - contained 12,000 barrel of whi.skey but the bandit. obtained none of it. The guard. who eluded the bandiU and whore absence caused the bandits to give up their plan of robbery , C. l..Hlakeman are J. T. and .lame Stite. John II. Hutche-.wa placed at the distillery prop, erty to strengthen the guard, as the li.imlits threatened to return again. ware-'lousSla-rrow- n :. The Mi-ur- hoy-l.on- .l - , - y - v - Crazy. m-v- i )i-a- i. lt Tui-ndi.- , Tomorrow I up-inl.-i- hi-r- mi-n- it. f t 1 j ! , Spiritual Lancasters Welfare I.im-tiln- Nel-iMi- e l. y - ; Fathers 111 I t - Kii-o- n. w-- ek n I i Pictures And i ' Speaking At n I..I.-II.1- 1 1 I " pr.-eiit- I erx-ici- f .V-- "' ".: , , Jee i Kiu-nair- in-t- enU-rtai- ai. Ad-nni- Jee Th Central Rtcord, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Nov 10 1921. The presence of the dlrtingulshrd BLOOD IS mllltnry commanders roch, Jacques How Leslie Won brought Diaz, Herttty nml I'cr.shlng A REAL BARRIER the gaze of the worlil on the Legion' Bride great meeting. Their addresses in Growinjj Children Ofconvention started the Legion tho Br HAZEL SMITH. raplil nsccnt aires enthusiasm on ten Need Glide's Legion At the opening csslon the IJIUM llil, Wf,l,in ln.. men honored their Into commander. Pepto-Manga- n. II Wll li.inl ilKk," sulil Leslie Kreil W. finlhralth, Jr., with n mrni i llri'rnptoii to lil i imiiiiiiIiii on Hie ' orial John (5. Kmcry, the service. Some children grow tan quickly-i- t trait). "'Die lnt tliuii-nii- il ilnllnrs I retiring commander, set on" a ronr of saps their strength. They lapse uwitl en the pluu was Krnwllii; up applause when he declared that the into careless, desultory habits, or de- out ef the soil at tie rate of $ll m people of the United .State velop a shrinking attitude. Their dii). when the ) clone tmiic." eil an niljutment of the economic Colllir til ,'hf It Hp, tlrelll'' faces look pincheil. liatnnce lietween the man who went "No. I inn going to set work In the The blood becomes overtaxed by 't), lioplng I ran nako n new Mm to war ami the man who ilid not. too rapid growth; and poisons from ' The Legion's growth financially the system take the place of strength-givin- later on. llev Jiireil llovil sHiko a fi iv anil niimericnlly was shown by the red corpuscle In the blood. ronxMlnc nml enioiiriigtHC wonls to annual report rend to the convention lied corpuscles are those little red the hrltht, eiiri.est'faiiti omu iiikii (Three VIRGINIA by National Adjutant Holies. It wan particles that swim in blood and give Id hail met iaiiiill) BURLEY" friendly reported that 1,050 new posts had it its color. Cradually that child 'Hi at In front of them wn Mr. loses interest in its play. oiing hull been added during the year. Gentlemen "TURKISH Her Inn v tilfeil t.) Holies outlined the Legion's campaign Poor blood need the building that wild then the evtieine I4II1T of hi r Thf perfect kimiof th Uiret fine llllil llttnicteil the iitleiitlon ijf men. the iron in tSude to assist unemployed perfect ckgtrrtt tobacco ltroiMitiin. he seeimil luhorliig r Major t.enernl I.e Jeune, comman- gives to weakened blood. (Sude's some Intelis,. ineiittll ,IIMre. uinli tn one perfect dgarctt Her kr der of the Marine Corps; (.encrnl enriches the blood by cmpniiliHi wn .1 I111 ti ll. ) fareil, shift lEobert Mcllride, vice commander of increasing the number of red corpus- e.Mil old iiihii, who mlclil Imte n Don't you rnjoy receiving a letter written on one-eleve- n .i law; er. the (S. A. It. and (icorge I.. Kerry, cles, and restores the blood by drivnice stationery? How about icntlinr; one? The ITU. tlimlli went to the smoker. otfirial representative!) of the Ameri- ing out the poisons. When the Come in today itncl Ret tome of our beautiful ,.. .....i. ,k llli.tHptiill i Hi qilnllltlilii e eusiwt i.t can Federation of were speak- linen atntionery. " petileJ.econ.es what a growing child's j crs of the opening da,. If you prefer color be. we have stationery in all should Your drugg.,t 0 The reception for roch when has) , the delicate shade alio in plain white alao enin liquid uri .h,,,., .r.,u.i ... i.i... men in navy blue and olive drab, (titles velope to match. M "Cude'sj silhouetted by red tire, stool) on the tablet form. The name wlli t.i Nk wild v.,ii." tie nlil " is on every package, in u low. niplil toHe "I want vmi in steps of Kansas CityV new J'J.oOO.. Our drugs and drug store things are right up to r ller. If ililnk f hnve one. 000 war memorial in Union Station Vdvertisement. the minute. rm.ix- I Ml Hllll hWp a HtHIIIIII In ..ill g plaza waving their arms, was Come to US for it. j ir.mi.1.. n... MUCH MONEY spectable. mH wlh ine. ..M t,e Krl. ' llillltllll? Ill, Another "high" of the It, i. fula. I il.ar.. tint . ..in Legion New . was the annual Legion pa- Wasted By Sys-- I '"'t -- ke t ni...e n.nr ; me. i rade with endless columns of march lie mrtii- - u mimit Kansas City, Mo., Nov. .1, Thirty In.. ....... I n, ' rMHn"' i. j teni Of I'eedinir .n two year old uml the leailer or a t . , . ,.iiiinipwr i,t (tM-l- - ir,,f im,-Tj- . run-li'ine wesi, inuian veteran in Mauve f million lighting Americans. That's tteiilM 'H .nil wmie l Swine costume ami many attractive tlo.it. On 2.6 Field s. "I- - I " t HriHMi4oH the record of llnnford MacNidcr, of ...... i.i itn their former, high commanders MHiMlermelit. , Mason City,Iowa, the new national), ,, .... Pounds Daily On Corn In 1920 Kentucky Pirnim Brought r unt here. Mini .'. nmi commander of the American Legion I ly. for lite re lani moment ,.f ,1 Hiurviiru wiii uiu-- i .re up of A . ,r. Nrarly $200,000 Worth Of Comf elected here yesterday days. Governor Hyde of Missouri And Beans. in. im lxfti I mi net." annual convention. ""tie lll-.- i her iheeks tnriilii; m and a dozen governors from middle-wemercial IVrliliirr. 5,000,000 II iiii''K MacXlder was elected by acclamaion corn and soylnMii let. , rfenrflHg. trewMlllg liaml re i states were in the reviewing s .in rononiicnt mean Ton Of Manure Waited. of rapi.l Mirk iiii,,.ii4 ,hiI. iimn Ms wwii. Itri'ii tion. Following his election he was box and Vice President Coolidge. Mc ROBERTS DRUG STORE. irdiittion, according to results tim mm imt(ri!,il) mvnl. carried to the platform by the Iowa who a President Harding's represenb James A. Porsey, a Manon far'Will ) U marrj wiT tic ill. . Lexington, Ky.. Kentuck) delegation. He said: tative had addressed the convention, lUf lenrs uric louif.y farmer who with mer. are sending large sums of mon- lug hnml w,-"You know the strength of 'the leg-Io- n was an honor geust. The Nelson tounty Agent II. J. Childress and' ey earn year for commercial fertili-- ( fdlllMtf. "lo Mt think me iniiimiil. i is in the man you represent in I), itn IMit llilHk I hope to urye s ... "The convention has convinces! me the College of Agriculture extension a lante part of whwh could h your posts at home, not in the nationtu m lifetime wiirllliv It s in) life that the American Legion is an estab- lers by careful division in conducting a detnonstra-tie- n preserving and the II M- - ut ittlicrs In shvihI al headquarters. There is where the lished power ii, I.bIhim,- I in the 1'nited States to show the value of this method legion is and there is where we shall using manurs-- and crop resnluea, ' anno! tpiMlri H huu. but )uwr EgR Selling. a power for truth and equality,' of feeding hogs for the market. tN- is a 1!. K. Steiietis. according tu try to reach. We must build this Mf) of a life Imielj ami broken Marshal Foch before hi deHogs fattened under this pUn by legion of ours so big, m extension specialist of the College of as my own. alol .mi eiiH Into im tine, so parture Lexington. K Nelson , .kllltt , from Kansa. City. Agriculture. I.nt year KetitiKky path nt a erlt. I apeiil to oJ ' strong, keep it so clean and straight """r racn n"" """y KUW r iwultrvmen helieve that joii." "I think the JO and American that when we ask for ued more than 70,000 tin of com- slowly, "I I Understatx) sorry lie sal.l marketing has a many advantage i ,,f 2 u lM,un,N ,f l'orlk A disasterous rail strike would have for uii. niu iiillinttH) on the corn things for the men, for been a bad beginning for that dis- mercial fertiliser which cost from .Old for them as it does for other classes ''" '" 'uth "'' . oranwtHil." at )onr arconling to the re- $1. .0,000 to $200,000 while .".,00(1.-00Cal.,nn,' the disabled man and for those who armament meet Some one n tu Leslie Ilk. of farmer., according to l. 0. What follwMesl must . . i k.s. n ..- iirtri 01 inn iiiinwiniiranivn are financially disabled, our commun- have thought of just tons of farm manure, which part- an net In S.H"' 1J..11114. lie marketing sp.fnut irom the I oiiege it in time .. pounus eacn wnen ly could have replaced the commerities will wy: "If the legion is for that to the . The latter of Agriculture, who report cial product., were wasted because eouverse.1 LrteCy with the roMlic In.h w..mher it we are for it." For that sen-icr'v turned on the corn and f th.. Wlsaii Cuuntv I'oul. ''""' nml at the end of the JO I hen ther wm h swtft nnilertoNis) try Association are 4nnning to ship soyliean and with a pledge to you of every of improper methods of handling, The Most warrbiff.. . erem..!.,. according to Mr. StephensoB. economy and all measure possible for tm.,r SKt lo Mw, ,arK,. muk,,t ,,y days .1 each had gained Cit MUni!. . . . , ... ri...- uemuiiiirniiuii aiiriirieil const- inof this wastr can be prevented at a tlhV.1 ont two M..nk ertitic.ile.. constructive progress, 1 stand at youri fll... ..,., considerable 'nrotit to the farmer command. . - .. rn.ers. many of whom are planning - "" -- arket availalde for The vice communder elected were lt owner ,0 'B"ow "'U'ar method of pork ari.ount of nltrngen anrt poliusium. ,. 11. Nelson Jackson, Hurlington, Vt.; M i:.. i,....L i. iur iirsMiUct- - of the assaciation after ri, ""ring coming seasons i l'r,"uf If you are troubled with pains or the expensive elements in rmmercial ImikI. Von will hoar fr..m nw." Thei wlwrh details of the (Jeorge L. llerry. of Tennessee; d nches; feel tired; havs hir.iJach( fertilizer, the spisrialis: said. Tfcey left the i4iipHng plan were imtlin.il to the her eerl nurwsl O. itrackett, of Massachusetts; "N'ltrogen aud prHMphru are the tmln at the next station. THEV MtT THE SIOT It means kv Mr. Car,! John A. McCormick, Colorado; Chav indtKeution. insomnia; pa.nfu' uii-ac- e ' of ur.ne, you will find relief in principal fertility elements needed r. iurfie, to later l.- -lle ! McMilIrn, Volunteer I'lrr-run- 'i line w f fdMni: MH( grnning the egg ami M. Kcndrick, California. l!ev. K. A. nu't by oils of the State to make them Ms Uml. Tht tMnii IwtiUi-1m " ,Y wn", . rolry then selling them on the Hlncknian, of Kansas, was elected na"I liun.. s.ui lull.. ...hum linel: ft. , -...ii " -.. . MJ . a.H Ill riiMmt.,.rs (if lk. nsuieitiii! hiti,. . GOLD MEDAL produce big croij yields, "Mr. .Steph- stay tional chaplain. Mrs. Lowell Hobart vcuer played on a lire by firemen. iieeit ucn men hll lie sHi,i. average ma- as enson ai.l. "A ton of of .Milford, Ohio, was '. cted presipriw wm. iv inn htv They lilt the spot, put out the fire and It Is nil nrrnni:.-- l ' ,0 ji.ii ll'N. iih, drown the pain " Toley Kldmy Pill murh for ih " nure contains four tune a rece i ng at Of ie pre', lit I me dent of the Women's Au liary of the relieve theumatle turn, backache, phoihorou' and 10 time as much Legion. "Alinilt wlMt?"iilesTI,l the iii)sii llcer of the a .iciMt on are pre- sore muscle and other svmutems nf nitrogen as a ton uf avenue Ken- Mill Leslie dent, Morgan lew'. an I se retnri kidney and bladder trouble. New Orleans, I.a., was seleced as Thti world' standard for kidney, A e,.i.lMl.'lilnl elleii' Jiwl1. I'ltt "VoNr IuImI. .Storme Drug Store the next meeting. That city has liver. tUiMtr anil uricacM trot bits and tucky .soil. Manure al contains a adrti-ti- n has forwnnleil the honk m.tb llion pledged $100,000 for entertaining the National Krmrdy of Holland sine IMS. large amount of potash and in I iMInr to prtrttsrt Ike luortttusr adds organic matter to the soil, an. Thrra kick, all liiecrfsts. Guar.rUnL Legionaires there during tr,e toter new linproveineiits." ' 1. k for IK narn Gld Mdt mn rr s both of which help to make more fer iwl tw I . -meeting next autumn. and ftccsiit at im.ulloa anii.it nisept iMonxy mule tile fields. With a supply of manure slll'll t(ttltt.H." h.'SMII I.esWe and the growing of legume it ia "lltir i Hint iiiitlel.lei e neither necctssuiry or advisable to onr liMle'iMliit sirtrtl." sinlimi tn s. nitrogen and potash for gutter- - l.aiiker. money sltuply a The ; a! farm crops. triiiirniitee nml jmi can lotve ten jear if oii w.r! "The farmer who put i ton of to .n off the stable manure on an acre of hk soil It. and we will mluiiHe imi wlmloe fillHls siii in e. to r. tmll.l Nil iliin.i 11! ail l t!0 pounds uf nitrogen, up." pounds of phiirphorous and i.O pounds of vour in .t smiii linliig itwhen, oi;. Il was u im. nili later ( potash, tlu-s- e amount being almost Itiorilltig. Leslie kIihnI surve.tllig the a much as contained in AO bushels liew hal.ltntli.il. A verttntilr wimhI i of runt and more than a much lijlnph M eliie.l to cum.- - forth f mill tin II I.I li s the greener contained in 1.000 pounds of limit road. It fi) was- - his wife. l ald siniih "I have eoine." "Manure has an additional value to fanners of the .State in that it add "to .'XJnlti." 'I hen she told him lirlelJ. She was humus to the Miil, a material which Two worlhles, hrnthers nil hWiess. the soil by bettering its tinil I.eH'tne luvolteil ill forgery. improve A physical condition as well as by the stlieiiilng lawj.r hail ihiiati neil ii 9 fertility which it adds. Kight tons of crnce If she ilid lU't hI a client, a rlablo manure will produce a ton of mull she ile.pliiil. She Ha rejlily to Tlic Cnlcnf Ptpelos 1 tiriwre nffcrs yottr l.unil Sounds aood to you, doesn't it? Hut whether it humus which is as much as will be ranke the saerlllie when the tmln ipl 111 colilest June I.ke warmth in t very wc.it her (70 is to be something more than a sound depends whol-i- y removed from an acre of average sn.le i ceurr.il. iJiter her iirixturtloii fuel lulls nit 3 to . ertltl. ute had batll.il iimiiu.ille. cottve-i.icnsoil in two years. This is a valuable Of the mil r fill e upon you. tic in rfKiins Mfcty licit ptutc tiiut. she linkr.l down when feature of farm manures winch com the ilolter. She tilled Ids she hml concluded. Wo can furnish the better foodstutrs and better The CalonC rivm jou the prrat I! mercial fertilizers do not possess. vKlmi with a new cl..r 'Wieti ts ,1 one i tTicint rentr.il heating V 1 lot hint: the kind that improves health and prolong; average soil, however, snld "I.Ike 4.i!it 111 instead U sevu-- 1 o. munure isthe Hie. Mut you must do your own eatiiiK ant wear-iiiK- relatively deficient in phosstoves in i.ilTt rent ikhiii, Cim let "I but. .nine to tell )ou I hut I have than stoves net rosary lo beat name phorous and thuuld be supplemented iirmngeil tn have tl... lunrrlun- - nn itucr l ornkl l uilliiitsor ner. .No with some commercial phosphate to nullnJ. mid to hg ' sxi tn allow til" plumbing or altciation. No You know what we sell everylhiiiK to be iic (. give hot results. An application uf to share tny fortune with j.ki." Irrcrr. (il six tons of manure ami 200 pounds p.ikr Leslie "A lonely limne,' fonntl in an GENERAL MERCHANDISE MadrbyLtsetiiianii.actii,rrof-.,im-air "It will be ilmiWy m when (uiiLires in wmH. Over lii.O-f- l of acid phosphate an ncre will make STORE. ace nml you lenve. Yimi itn li Its many m tin iiriKhlflusl. Our a good balanced apidcntion of plant qnlft Thell cutlld jotl shiite It, wilt t.uarantii "Vour sat ulartioii or . Hut you may not be acquainted with the hiuh food suificicnt to produce .g crop Hie luti- l- lovet" money luck ' ("omc in and cc this Ids." quality of our .Merchandise, or with the reduced wvndciful htutlne tyitcin. After n Inwltii: herd ilr.med fortb ) WEAK Hit j El EG A 5TATMDNERV 11 N,a,r , g , 11 Pepto-Maliga- ti Pepto-.Manga- n 20forl5? cigarettes 11 .i 11 1 Sin.-00- Pepto-.Manga- ; Pepto-Mangan- dux-'zlin- American t in. .i,-e- i Present ii.-ii- r fr ''' McRoberts I Drug; Store? Put tih r,i-iii,- ... k. rr. st 1 Poultrymen Plan Co-operati- ve ' g V 'Ing 0 H- ral M,". DON'T DESPAIR . cler.-jiiMi- i. -. -'""-" TlU f Hay-mon- "n oM I r 1 ''"" rBetter i i i I 1 pur-enas- Eating iniH-lrmr- -- Better Clothing i Longer Life 1 C3 a Better Health I I WMGET YOtfL ruu l, ce liiH-mri- mauotje row ut I i I I trre-slull'l- te tl-- 11 I prices we are now charine;. These are thing's we want to impress upon your mind. Try them anil be impressed. W'e sell for cash You pay less. i mingled with mellow tin One American dollar will t.ow buy tlr.abulntlous, she liiintd toward 105.000 Itusslnn rubles, but nobody him. I'Otli hiinils exteml.il, u sh In lis r want them. Too a oad to voUe. hut Joyful, "rrene. "List, li," she snld simply "our wed-dicarry. iiiu-luil- ravj rt HkB HASELDEN BROS MNf Becker & Ballard BRYANTSVILLI, KENTUCKY.' J0WWUTE&C0 iiwvuisiisttn klkstrat Raw Furs Friend-- Sn our The lius.n'l wouliln't buy for you Unit spring Didn't you try frtxk you adored? fainting I fore htmt I felsiml Vising Wife Did If ileatli for two hours, but It Hepsln. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday Nov 10, 92 1 1 JP QUALITY and PRICE THESE ARE THE TWO ESSENTIAL THINGS YOU ARE LOOKING FOR WHEN YOU BUY IN OUR NEW FALL LINE WE HAVE BOTH, OUR FINE QUALITY AT 50 PER CENT CLOTHING LESS THAN LAST YEAR. ' j Hart Schaffner 8c Marx SUITS AND OVERCOATS IN STOCK READY FOR YOUR CHOOSING. 1 I Mis Linda Klein Preston spent were in .Mchola- - Friday with Mis Christine Preston. unl Trot, llarrod Misi Zora Steven wa the guest The board ruled that where the Saturday, of Mis Anna Mae Speake Sunday. ilraftn complied in other respect M. S. Mr. and .iir. .tuiiier .i.uiuku.i.vi .. .... .i .. III .i... i... j Willi nil ii,',: an, Mix Jennie Walter visited Mrs. im .'iuilt'lll.'lll Mi.. Cha. Duncan were with licMpralfi ASSOCIATION. I .1... l...,.r.lV r.....ilj.ll..n. . iKnl III.. !..... " "' t Tl... . Norris near .lame Sander one night last week. HATFIELD drufi .hould be clawed a agrucl-- l Mr. Amanda Clouse and children ilurgln Saturday. ....1. ......I t.ir.-i....I nl. I.I w J. K. KOIIINSON. President -- Win. S. IIOITKIt. Sec't. & Trci. OINTIST mm ... ?ui ii v.uwi.1 I. . j llll.ii spent .Minday with Mrs. Squire New-bMr.. W. S. Howling and Helen eligible for rdlroun! by a bank Ihat Offic oror Tho GtTrl aUak. wan a member of the Federal returned home Sunday from RmMmh 37. Mix Mary Price, of Paint Lick vis- Fkoaat Offico 8. LouivilIe. where they were called .iervi Sytcm with a Federal lt.Mrv KENTUCKY. ited Walker Iturdette the last week- LANCASTER. ltank for a period not in exre. of by the death of Clarence Spivy, the end. at the kirove church ! , latter brother. i month. If the ' Mr. I.ige McMillian pent one day Mr and Mrv John lloner and ocmiion nan oeen uu purcnaer i , L- - Ualker and David- j,,.., uk .laughter, Mr and Mr. Ken .Mo, trie tooacco iiMica.i oi tin agent oi Mr K.I.I I'erkin U on the . ii.. ....... last week with Mr. and Mrs. John i M(u of i am.a,tl.r li.t of N'ir1olaville were Sunday guet the tnember in the sile oi the toliac of Stanford, made vcrv.in." iii'inei, Itay. interesting Mrs. L. A. Simpon and Mr. Mat- the of Mr and Mr (' C llecker. llecker attende.1 Mr ( 1 co. the ruling would have been oth- - j ,,.,.,,,,., in b,.iaf of thl. ,0,llCl.o recently. f tie Harvey .pent Tuesday with Mrs. OptMittrist t.r.itul Lodge in LouWville would have erwiM. and the draft plaf(. Kr,av ,ljK,t al ,hu Mr and Mr. Ilerndnn Waller and l.igu Ilolton. been clned a commercial paper. FarH and Mn. Mar- Mi Mr Jam. I Amy Daw., of (.eorgelown, KENTUCKY. "upper given at the chooI .Mi Linda Mien Pr.ton spent j DANVILLE, tin HrojMi were in Danville rhnpping and Mi. Itoy ltoue. of California, and a .uch would only have been; well tin week with Mr. wa OppeaiU Gilchwr eligible for rediscount with a matur-- ' and Mr. Mar-- i Thurday. were- giie! of Ml Zillah Dawe on 60.:ift wa reallied. The shal Preston. attended. Offico Honrt 8 to 12 tad 1 to S vai. of !0 day,. Mr and Mr. J. Hogau llitllar.l Saturday and attended the Center-Stat- itv not in exce Pn' their thunk I Mrs. Walker m Department upecialint farm ' Karl,ltv wUh to were Sunday guent of Mr. and Mr. Ilurdette and children!' f tot ball game. up- tor "''" lilianre believe that the method cm-j,K II. KM.r. in Nichnlanville. ; spi'ttt last week with her mother, Por' Mr. Owen Morelau.l and Mi Zil- ployed by the tobacco grower' a- Mr. It. Z Price at Paint Lick. ( Daw., of I'ari. Mr and Mr. lah Dawe and Mr. II. A. Dawe at- xociation would be found of value by. Tli children and grandchildren of Mev.r- -. Orear Whittaker and Italph are gucnU of Dr. and Mr. II, A. associations, es- Mr. Titos. Hall met at the home of tended the reception given in Dan- other Daw.and family for a few day. Preton spent Saturday night with MINERAL DIRECTOR ville Tuesday afternon by Mr, (ieo. pecially when used in connection hi on, Mr. Krncst Hall on the 1th.. Mr. Kugene Folger at IlryantAVillc.I Oftlce Over National Hank. Mr ir.l Mr. W .M Walker and Cheotnut with receipts for agricultural pro- to celebrate his 74th. anniversary. Mr I.iih Forbe of Lancater, were Mr. Ilradford Ilurdette hud as her Kesidence Phone tl. Office Phone 2? duct lsued b warehouse licenx'.l A pleasant day was spent. About giiet Sunday of Mr. and Mm. Marunder the Federal Warehnux Act. forty were present and all wih him guests Friday .Mer.lames I.ige McLANCASTKH. KY. ' There is a Millian. W. Ilurdette. and Charlie I tin llt.igb. growing tendency on the many returns of the day. McMillian. llradkhaw Mr and Mr. Kugeiie part of bankers throughout the counThe prayer service at thi place Mr. and Mr. Squiie T. iind a'Tncttw children of Danville, try lo require Federal warehoiiM re- last Thursday evening was led by spent Saturday night and Sunday! UF' week-enWJ gucU of Mr were ceipt when making loan bae.l on Mr. Kd Crow. Subject- "Christian yAhi'n chMkr llroadut and family. The president i agricultural product. VETERINARIAN. Mr. Hamlett Jennings niladirsonn,, l , firowth." of the New York Hanker' Aoci-- will Mr Win. Lear, of Lancaster hai C0UGHS.C0LDS.CROUP i Call Aawrd Pronolljr Oar or lead next Thursday evening-subj- ect, .Meilume atlon, lu dicusing the matter of been the gticM of her daughter, Mr. Lewi Simpion and' "Faith." everybody is lie daughter, Nih1, n,un' 317' granting credit on produce to fatII. t' It.). and allended the levival Storme Drug Store and Ilradford Ilurdette audi Vlted tc. attend these m.'etillgs. CKflTUCK son were afternoon guests of Mrs. It. LANCASTER, nier and the importance of a Mr. and Mrs. r. W. .Montgomery II. Preston Sunday. Iiiiiim receipt, recently aid: "J,' "wn theory is that we ought entertained at dinner Sunday Itcv. Mr. and .Mrs. I.ige Ilolton and lit- aTlal ... . .... t .ns. .ianiy, .ui i.izzie rerry. .1.. KiniiiiuuKiiirr, l.iiiiiui-u- i iioiioii, i.:.t..i.. uu iu IllimerSliuiu- i to lie tree III extent ng nam. to " . Hunting ur i viiiiicif I.. and .Mr. Ja Hamilton,. of Mr, Capital $80,000.00 'nrvliig faremr and amke them feel Un.( ,,)t,nt thu wt.,.k.t.m, with Mr. lltul ' f any character or tretpanlng on Clark Mr. Hobart Crow at Marksoury. Surplus $0,000.00 that we are ready to when caster, Mr. and Mrs. Eug-enour farms Any violators will be ilntujhter, of Hoyle, Mr. nnd Mrs. the credit is right. Our credit man, Honor Roll Bank. Mr. Cleo Itay has returned from! Proiecutcd for instance, is having an interesting Otto Montgomery und daughter, of thu Lexington W. S. Kmbry, W. A. Price, T. J. 4 per cent paid on time de- Hospital, wheru ho time educating farmers to ee the Fayette county and Mr. and Mrs, potiti. Call and tee us. underwent uu operation for appendi- Price, Kd and N. D. Price, Fisher Walker, of Judson. dilfe relic. between loaning on pota- Steve citis. He Is doing nicely at present. Herrinr, Crit Meadow, Ansel Meatoes in the farmer's cellar, which are J. J, Walker, President. John Mr. Lent Tenter, Mi Pennella dows,Crlscillif,Collier, J. S. Schooler, ungraded, uninsured, subject to frost W. F. Champ, J. M. Criaclllls. Itobcrt Itobinsuii and Mr, A. T. Scott, Jr., Joe I... j" f and other hazard, and on apple W. 0. Itigney, Aia't. to tho President. r u""' ZT of liMciuter were dinner guest of .ll' II U C. Davidson, Cashier. graded by a third party and stored ' Mr. and Mrs L. A. Simpson recently.! ! Cnri IV in a warehouse with warehouse re5' j. i.. (;m. Assistant Cashier. Whitaker, Tom Conn, M is Agne. and Messrs. John and' ceipt issued to the bank, W. F. Miller, Anlstant Cashier. In other M,aJoWlt w, T K, Jom ,Uchi Lewi. Simpson .pent hriduy night Sam u!ehi j. c Co words, we lire showing to the farMrs. Naomi Hamilton, Teller. twry la mm anJ j. F, with Mr. and Mrs. Speed Sherrow' Ada..... it I. A,nnl.i mer that if they would handle their f vi,n,u and attended the ie supper at Mt.l Ander.on. C. T. Hnllard. Sr.. K. produce in the way the best business MiMaalna, Hebron school house. houses do, their loan would be as II. Woods, NATIONAL U Kellcy, Donehue BANK. welcome as those of the. Mr. und Mrs. Kobt. Hurt, Mr. and llros., II. C. King, T. L. Yuntl. Mr. business houses." Mrs. Karl Preston and children and Kmma lliggiiibothain. LANCASTER, KY. Mr. and Mr. Marshal Preston spent (Other namti will bt added upon Corner Public Square and Danville Street. Ueauty of face I but akin deep. Sunday with Mr. and Mr. Huke PYes. the payment of 26 cents.) That of the soul endurcth forever. ton. (tf.) 1.1. . u,k.t Mm. ....uie t,.i .,u...Denne Hunter wis been mrk. count) Hy I.. Crow i improving for th- - pa.t few .lay. t v .. ,,ry Mr. ff,,. p,,llf KHa Pnynter wa the guel l;,tfM aoekil at tae par Ml Mr. (Irlni. Thomp.on i on the . I I ...M.ltllllll. fl' II' . I - .. ItUMl.llglUII. iwiiu'iimih of Mm Amur Wank Sunday. evening. A mind course ! the Fed- the ruling recently nude May Clark, of Lexington I un ied. Mr Mrs. ( htu. Duncan m able tu r..- -. i ... .u j Mrv It. S. Clark, i.itwg Mr ami ,l" Mfc n,mttkk Uunn w(( KUtmt grower-- ' draft, nccepte.l by Mr Ted Kugerie TlMHpoti preach-- j a,t f .mi Mr. i. W. Thomp.on. who ha-Itetttf attv. marketing association should be d at the church Suiidav evening. ami nMcHdml the series, of mei'tintr. rln.xil, if the pntceed. are to b.'jbeen qjlte uk for time M Pollard entertained nt Pleasant (.rove. for an agricultural puipoM. n pmviniMrs .MHin Mr. and Mr. Saw Duncan, of of her frlemU at dinner a num-W- r ncrJrul'uml paper, eligible for redl-- j One of tile most rNjwyuMe film-tnnt Federal lte.'ne Hank., );tn. vmti with Mr. and Mr. J. II. lrlda of the inti.un wan Ule party mother, given Ia Mr. HugeatPotger. Quite Secretin)- of Agriculture Henry 1'. Dean recently. Km met join.! Mr un-- j Several from thK cunmunity Mr Turner for a several day vtit a mimter of young people Hero pres Wallace raid "It m a rulniK of and hotihl re.ult m makiiij:! l(.M(1H f Mr. boipUuMly I the ent til ,.rVife. at the (irove tu relative in lllchmond. bank cretlit more valuable for the churrh la.t weok. Working Society will I'tdger The l.adicV farm ue." m inert w th Ml Kugcnla I'ollanl next There otdk to be much inter.! In Ihe ca.t which t...ulte. In lhevi.ry n.()py th(. f ., ,lne inimitly at 'i .00 I' M Thurs.h. 111 the hort series if meetings in ruling beinu made, member, of a to boy, born on the lln.i. i baby nf llere.i prugre Mr Itaymond Doolui. (Jrove church. at 1'lea.ant (irro Brow,.r4. Cooptrntiv. marketn Mr MaT l,u''ri,n. w"u "a College spent the Week mil with hi' run il'C'e I b the pa.tor. Kev Hoi i,on th.' .r..w .lraf ' .ulf.-n,ifrom poion blood front a tm, inoriniiL and- evenuik- - ei at .I,-- .parent.. Mr and Mm V T Dootin tt,r 1.1 i iiif-ia(ir'i n i iii ri HLtii u: ii i ..l I.. i. : l - I'rire Clatk and It S Clark M arc very wen attended ic n tint only In the mile of their tobac Mr. Jesxe Duncan and children, of The drafu were accepted by the cu ' night upenl Saturday and Ihe Federal Hoard Huena .. p unimlinnllliir Mr. fttirtinV wa. then rallf.l upon lo ueciue whether the draft idioul.l be cla.ie.l Montismery. a, agricultural pper, eligible for re-- ( Mr. Mattie Montgomery i at the discount at Federal Hccrve Hank.. b.dt.li of her daughter, Mr. Tho. with a maturity up to '! month, or! Norm", who i very ill at her home Pay back on on good city should be claed a conimercuil pa - near llJrgin. per eligible for rediscount .inly when, vr at,, . Hamlet Jenning and o( J daughter, Mi Klva ami son. Frank I it. maturity date i not in it MAKKSMJKY YOUNG MENS SUITS AND OVERCOATS FROM S15. TO S40. $7.50 TO BOYS SUITS AND OVERCOATS FROM $20. YOU CAN BUY MERCHANDISE FOR LOWER PRICES THAN OURS, BUT NOT THE SAME QUALITY. NEW STYLES FULL STOCK. HOUSE Of QUALITY. STETSON HATS FOR MEN AND YOUNG MEN. Jas. W. Smith , LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. ! MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN'S SHOES. ...j.M.V.o'MV.'VMV.VM'iM FRIEND i" ha.. till .i fruit- - a chestnut Mint iit tu relat.ve. of Fleming FARMERS Aided New Kulintr V . MT. HEKRON - Mim ..i A A k.khI GOOD """ .IUDSON Mim Ktta Hill i ill wltti In ! Thinly Ut I t, l!ytH r- '' d l!ur-cou- ; hr n)' j t. v, prop lumber and coal Minln.'. ir Campbell St, en dorccil I).mii four yearn at?n and ii rain coiillruiK the ntnry Could you mk for more ronvliiiiiiR lenllmony? Kidney rills with "I lined l.wn tprv nHlnc tnry and I om kI.iJ to cnd.HM' them." ?ay.i ..lr. Snnd... "When my kidney Ret nut nf nrdrr I hate n dull. u.icKlnjc back ttirnuRh my ache and n rorene. My kidney art Irrrnulariy, kldne. I' loo, Kidn from Doan Siornie IiniK Store relieve Hip irou ble an ihii my kK'ney In cood or ilor" (Siatement Riven Nor. 11, (" Sandos, 1. "an "I) Test n..l. Itiend standi by vou when fever. Uinr.iKter peoplo tell how Mr. Homer Hill wan the guest Sun. day night of Mr. Samle Itay. Mr. Sarnie Itay told n cow to Mr. Meade Tenter, price $10.00. Mr. V, M. Lane wa the guest Thur.Iay of Mr. (!eo. Nuylor. Friend of Mi Moltie (!row are glad to know .lie U improving. Mr. and Mrs. C It. Naylor were gueits Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Sim Itay on were the guest W'c.lnctiilay night Mii Mi Ktta and I'ermelia Itobin. J 191) d ,.,, - ' - ilnril f0 13 !I. Mr SandP add liate the same nilnlon of PnanV KMnev Hll a. w hen I en On IVb 21 "I i i ' ... ... ert ' ill, iliem In 191C recommend !Vi,n'i in I are erv reliable' am clad to ail) one for j j Vi-.t- l.i-.ll- . ! In 1 ' To. Mfr- - at litl .leal."" HufTalo. N T FotirMllburn POOR RIDGE Ike Duncan and chidren upent the wek-enin Mi Francl Long vi.ited her father, Mr. It. P. Long Saturday. d MONEY TO LOAN Mr. I property. or monthly installments. weekly :u iay. I Vergelia Itay. Mr. Jnmcs Foster were guct Sunday of Mr. and Mr. Frank Itay and .laughter, Montfe. Misse.i Ktta and I'ermelia Itobin-so- n were the guest of their cousin, Mrs James Hick Friday night. Mrs. Charlie McMillian and on were the guests Saturday night and Sunday of Mr, and Mr. J. I). Itay. Mr. Callie Hay and on, Clay were gurst Sunday of Mr. and Mr. I.en- ard N'nylor and Miss Mollie Crow. Mr. and Mrs. Austin Illnck, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Pollard were entertained at the home of Mr. and Mr. ' Wm. Black Sunday. of Mr. and The Lancaster Building & Loan 1 . 4fc J.J.Byrne Exclyiivt. BRYANTSVILLE a-- ., ;,,, - Hll. e u J. A. Beazlev - i . HONEYGTARIX Prjlltllt WfllaOr d ii ... -- Attention o I t. "r"" CITIZENS I If 1 n,' I I- Th Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Nov 10. 92 1 1 The official count in thin senatorial I two grand children, Robt. Lilian! district has not been made a wp no I (.utlry nml Wm, Cnmpbcll Carter, a very active Mr Mies career w to pens. (Sarran' county gives to ono, lie navmg nren superintendour opponent, Hon J. K. Hamblen, majority of t.TJ. The unofTichil ent of Jessamine county school for indicate that he lint carried the twelve years, nml taught cii;ht yrarsj district by a sm.t'l majority, about n Salvlsn, Anderson anil Jessamine county a number of year. M At the nif nf lwrMh'nnn lit united The district gave n republican majority of fourteen hundred last with the llnptlst church at Nicholas You can write your wauls vcar, of seven hurdred in tin- - Mor- - villi', ami was always faithful anil i nml j true to lit (Soil ami hi church. rowllltck race two year ago, Hi' on a slip of paper, let your about 'hat in the previous election henrt was always burdened for the' little child bring it to us, and ami upbuilding of (Soil work, The majority w:l be small, A few high grade Buggies on hand. Come in ever it may tinally be determined to I10 Wlni; n Sunday School Supt of, you will get exactly the kind Ik W'f are deeply grateful for Nicholnsville and ltuckcyc llnptlst Yriends who Mipixirtril us in churches for forty-on- e those ear, amid of meat you ask for the and get yours before they are gone. this t'lTort, for an opportunity to served as deacon nml church clerk. choicest cut we have. ay. Not only Ho lived a beautiful Christian life,' serve in an olTinnl to our party ns.ocfatcs, but thoe of was iimileit, meek, mild, kind, good, ' Doesn't that appeal to you other niTilintions, who thought us true, gentle, tender and humble , worthy, ami our co'nrcd friend alike He had been in failing health fur. as the best of reasons fur are appreciated. It was not oura number of yean but the end came buying your meals from us ' ..! tllirniltll ffl IltllLa. this ll Mt.itltllllt, f nn. I ff f.ir ti,i 11'. ...L rtf mvani ill,.... lowing to other olficial position, stroke of paralysis. He wan Try buying where it is done at less than factory prices, Now is the time We .shall forget the unpleasant a patient sufferer, nml was submis-thin- e to best advantage. connected with the campaign ivo to God's will ami with Paul nml enter upon the general alTair could say, "I have fought the good to buy. leaving Uioin behind 11. ' The real I ttuht. I have tlnished mv rnuNe. 1 Imsappointmcnt is that my party have kept the faith, henceforth, there running mates wete not elected, in is laid up forme a crown of rtghten-- j this county. They are faithful amltu which the Itlchtcotis Judge shall! loyal, jiiii) deserved to win. Hardly give to me at that day." second to my ilesiie to be ueful to He believed in nivlnt: encourage-nii state at this particular time. w- - 'iieHl to those who labored for J(us, j to serve our party (ml the following little poem will' Live "Live tic en made an oxprvss his behalf: iroo.i nirni na vunger wit't Miss Margaret Sea', Tarnac made nie ' over this serutoria' district, and the "(live llowcM to the livlne. ne 3E 3G li -- bupe put me back on the pa ri"l " il.e and it 'tunic! the ( rrui r Sin1. democratic party h geltinc in Let 'hem see appreciation of their "It Sal unlay afternoon can eat whateier I want now " to put up a real tight for control in labors while they are here. . firm I) Hen Kavanaugh, S "1 no longer suiTer from indiee state allaire in the future For some days now we've ive mem Honor, ioe ami cfieer, The gained weight rapidly." William Anderson and Hamilton J. K. IColrinsoH. (live encouragement and praise to lUon." - "I been waiting for Reggie's game Satur The,- and many more expressions attended Center-StalIssu) Wkly. f t.SO a Yaar. smoke to clear away in order the worthy you meet. are new heard daily a pedc tell of day. BUCKEYE PayabU ia AsJvaactv. Sueeteit blossoms for the living. 'their experience with Tanl.tr Nell .S'elnml, an alumni of L. II. S. to observe the elTect of his elostrew on the path for enrv J. E. ROBINSON. Editor, Stormcs Drug Store was accompanied home by two vi It. Hill, of Prank-'ort- . .Mr. and Mm. Smiley quence upon the American feet." a. L ELKIN, Local Editor and MgT. from State for the week-enare vMtit.i- - Mr. T. ). Hill and mind. After a short service at the home, I'icluir. nf I'oot SU.d. family. School Notes Jc Hill and his funeral was preached ;it the Rut there v;.sn't any smoke. rJotered at the Post Office in Lan.. . I ..... .fc.f--... .iiurtmt . .ai, I ui HfcUli" Mr. ami Mr. Viruil liytun and Nicholasville llaptlst church by Itev win Mall caster. Ky., a Scond-Claj- i rr..illr.. l.anta.trr Smothers There was no lire. The star .'nuirhter. Mis Andu, spent Sumlny J. P. Price, his pastor, J,, S.hH, Uintonn asited by Ijtnraster ill walloped ersailliss.. ,hi . . Matter. spangled fish didn't even nib- with Mr. ami Mm. liny N'lel. B. Itev. i P. Sebastian, his former wi. ., 0 An end Friday afternoon 20 to ble. Reggie, as a match, failItev. Price, of l.uiville and John tor. For,, Aci, filling RuirMaasaan run b Itobinsan tartl Utneaster Pall Henrers: A. l. Joeph. W. S lU.krt II. II: THE AMERICAN PRESS ASSOaATION ed utterly to ignite. As a Sanders were (ruratu of Mr. ami Mrs. HIV scoring and she marched on to Illg Ikisket Hall game toslay In Vrr-- t bait, he was about as effective It. W. Sanders from Saturday until Hopper. Dave, Long, J W. Kim or the la'ge end of the ami Sophasnore ;T O Hill ami THden lloo.er 5Millin af the stromje- -t ttHtm twesH Senior blaster. Ky.. Nartakcr 10. 1921 as a dead worm in the midst of Momli. ' Ho"rry Pall lleareM: W It in the has one having wlteresl only StnrU pmmptly a! 4 00 Vhh Hill. Mr. T. Mr. and Mr. Je State, live grasshoppers. Diekenon, C. II. Taylor one defeat Hill, and Mm. into Simpson. spent!,n, previous to this one. tJtat Kverytsody Invited HaUs For Political AnaoaacaaiMU. A Powell Duncan Now we wonder who our Thur.dav in Lancaster with Mr an.l,; Hutchison. I l.u I ! ..a..... tin. ,i Lau(h and l.inr. imrNiir. trm .. Ills body was laid to re- -t n the! . , Kor Precinct and City Offices. .96.00 dear friends will send over .Mm. .V. II. Itocie. ,h Tile lightning had felled a ta I prr- . M...I.. ,"u i... 10.00 For County Offices """" " i I simman factors of victory Mr. and Mr. J. W. Jones have r- next in their campaign to contree in Professor Hsiyd's For State and District Offices. .16.00 r " "" "" " yard. He whs rawing and splinting Armittic Day vert us to their ideas when we turned to their home In Louisville. .10 For Calls, per line.. urrection morn. l ..pend.ng a week at the bedside wtrn the Friday. November lltb., will be ,Up the tree for .10 are determined to pursue our after For Cards, per line .. I w.l . , ... of her father, Mr .. ,u tuik plor .lines studenU if following For all publications in the interway of thinking. , own Miss Sanders "W'h. HalUrdt Obrlitk flour alwayt PrvfmAor. u ws a imiino this school. There will be two foot est of individuals or expresWhoever he may be, we'll satisfaction. If you want a good ball games and rare of all descrip- are you going to burn that wood" views, per sion of Individual We take this method to exprvs treat him handsomely, feed him cake or a food loaf of brrad USB (In Friday night there will be Professor "Why not. Madam?" line lfl our sincerest thanks to the relatives tion. well, and send him home a lit- - OBELISK. Try a tack today. a speaking at the School Iluilding Obituaries, per line Miss Sanders "Dear me' Xren't K (tie kind to us and friend who were Hudson 4 Farnau. wth n musical program by the (ilee you afraid of the ulectrlritv " wiser than when he came. in our recent bereavement and also Messrs. Walter Crow, Itobt llroad- - thank them for the beautiful Moral (lub. W'e are sure that yeu wfll e may never get the bilOta had applied for a position in enjoy the day, and night program, mi lions they owe us, but at least !us, J. J Sebastnin, W. T. Moberley' a(tt,finst a grocery store, the following is his all be there. were ornament nml W. II. rvurtz Mm. A. C. Miles and children. let's start: On Big Topics. we will always have something deacons Saturday. Itev. Thompson Hatkrt Hall. Old Clerk - "Jut watch me wait coming. vis-- t and Itev. Willie Itogers were the Tanlac now has the largest sale of The tint basket ball game of the on thta lady and you'll get an ide (By F. W. Barber.) iting pastors. in the world. any medicine There season was played last Thursday afPerseverance is often Stormes Drug Store. ternoon between the seventh (red) how it is Uene. Ir there anything Mr. and Mm. Forest (VnteM and is a reason. The country was agreeably can do for you today. Madam?" tltV... U.l. I....II ......I... imhiw sometimes it is surprised the aughtcM, Nora and Martha, of Hry-mmI 1'iKntii ii'iti'Mi---, k.iiii'-- . other morning antsvillc, Itev. and Mm. Thompson,! It. Ijuly you any tanned the Itods wrre much smaller than the demnable. when it woke up anil found of Marksbury. Mr. and Mrs. T. II. . Yellows, the score was It to ft in fav peas?" Shoot. Over in England the Right that the great Old railroad sirike Kdwanb.. Miss Klla Kdwards. Itobt.' clerk "Certainly. Madam. or of the Iteds. The game was very Honorable Reginald McKcnnn, hail been called olf that the Kdwards. of Marcellus, Mr. Calvin! DON'T hunt otf your own land exciting and there was much rooting! (taking down a can) and the) have former cabinet minister, is a leaders hail for both sides. The line up was aslthe lluvor ami freshness of the pea concluded that Ilruner. of Hickman, have been the without license. without this I from the DON'T shoot very big man. lie is a power they vine." guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Itny follows couldn't light their Uncle iml family. hunting license. Iteds Center: Lena Henry and in the world of finance. tady "1 will take three cans." Sam. DON'T shoot doves before Soptem-be- r Nell Vanhook. Thone from a distance who attendReggie blew into the doOld clerk "You see how It's done. 1st., nor after December 15th. (iuard: Lucille Cni'.chlletd. Score one for the govern- ed the funeral of Mr. A. ('. Miles I nov here comes a lady, and I'll let mains of Uncle Sammy a few DON'T kill more than fifteen doves Forwards: Mary Cenn and .Mr. and Monday weeks ago, took n whirl around ment there. Its power is great Sunday and Sanders, were: and Mm. in one day thy Dunlap. Mr. Mrs. L L. I a.ll- "lli.v.. ...I l. l ' DON'T shoot iunil before Novemthe circle, and talked eloquent- when it is of a mind to use it. Duke, of Crnb Orchard. Mosdnnte II .vl V..lln,.sr...,..,r. pigs' feet?" Regardless of the merits of f!..i.... .....I P..l...r Ittlrtfiii Mff- - l.n.l ber 15th., nor after January 1st. nml Dura Hiu'an. I ly of the sucred obligation he ' via DON'T kill more tlmn twelve Uiil maiiam. i taking j. K. ,, jullnStilla Navlor. conceives to be ours the can the case, no list of employers Mr(l. j. w. Jon4 an'' nnv' th'- rtav" or organisation of umployeus Pric of LutiUvilli. Mr and Mrit. Lil-- . 'n on'' (,a' Forwards: Willie Mae Vnnhtiss mvv" n . ,1 collation of the monumental or and freshness of the pig right DON'T shoot -,- uirr.. before July al, Katherine Morgan. has a rieht to naralvze the lard Miles. Mr and Mrs. . N. Miles.' debts the allies owe to us. from the pen." ' ,Iufor''' Mr-- ' '.i',lill l)"1c,m,b,r1 ,;,th No. Arrival of I'layiround equipment whole countrv bv trbitrn-ilv- i I Mr- - "'" Mr- ,5row Conceding him to be a great I.uzit. wilds, .vir. anil .Mrs. hratiK The playground eulmtnt is beSupper. man, we took Reggie seriously forcing a widespread suspen- - j llufi.nl. of Nichola,ville, Mr. Klira- ir,t,';i or "fter January 1st t, rapidly set up. The larger sion of business. DON'T will more than six wood- - ing w ..r rv... i t..ii f to his face. In courtesy we l) TF I VHH Ut l.lllllIIIIUUU as well as the smaller one, are There will be a pie stlpus-- . at If Hi The correct policy of a re- Mr and Mrs. Clay Itlakeman. Mr.'"" DON'T kill wild turkey, imported enjiijliif the roasters and the horizon-n- l could do no less. Great men School House on S!arila publican form of government ami Mr.. Itufas Ilb.kentan. Mm. Wm ladder The remainder of the night, Nov. Itlth. Kverybod;, is corexpect much consideration. lhianU or Hungarian partridge equipment will be up in a few days. dially invited to attend. Itay, Mis Hemlren. of K.rksville. This may have befuddled is the conservation of the wel Mr. Kdward Cornelison. Dr. WmJ"1"" . .. ' i i .i. -- nj"11 ...ill ...i Ciirt. route and bring your isles, " i '"" .L DON'T shoot, buy or sell rabbits Reggie a little at first, and may fare of all of the people. Oscnr and hirl Prjor, of and boy, come ready to bu. ' iV Shutting down public utiliti Carter, of Ilereu, Mr. and Mrs. Smil- before November l.'ith. nor after Jnn- have caused him to entertain M limine Johnson, Tracker w,'r,, delighted W ednewlay last nan- lit , .1 false hopes of inducing us to es by either side to a contro ey Hill, of Frankfort, Mr. ami Mm. DON'T snare rabbits at any time. I ;" i " i per A good way to drive dull care aivay Itev. Itlx, pastor of the rise like a trout to the bait and versy is no more nor less than Forest Center, of llryantsville, Jtcv DON'T hunt, pursue, cmn-e-, catch, iod to have F. SebaOiiin, Mrs. an act of punishment indicted and W. II.D.SuBden, Mr ami of Hurgin. kill, injure or molest any dosir before ISaptist church, with us. We are I to forget that It U here. swallow the hook of cancel Mr. Mm. Will glad to welcome him into our comupon the innocent for the al Hodges, of Lexington, Mrs. J. P. November l!ith., l'JUG. The quality of a man's brams I lation. hope lie will be a freDON'T kill any wild duck, wild munity and not alwtijs Indicated by bit oijeech. Hut he was soon disillusion- leged crimes of the guilty the Kipy, Dr. (i. I). I.illnrd ami vif, Mr. September quent visitor to our school or Some men are dumb forcible curtailment or suspen C. M. Lillnrd. of Lawrenceburg, Mi geeie nor jacksnipe before 1st We are very glad to report that ed. l.'ith. after January Luzie Kerman, of Nicholnsville. (MV )n Ut,ck "Peace on earth and gool Politely, but firmly, he was sion of the activities of the """"l InDON'T m t .steel traps before No-- H''Wu ward men," it read Hut . Miles. not told that we of America are a great majority of the people vember l.lth, nor after January 1st. atier an aosencu oi wn weeks Faye King spent last week end toward women? DON'T have fur bearing animals On Xnv. ."i. IUS1 Mr. A. C. Mile nation and a people who be- in order that a small minority was raUVd to his Heavenly reward. in our possession before October lieve in the payment of just may gain its point. He was bom July 1, IHnO, in Palmy- 1st. nor after February 15th. debts, even though it be necesIf injustice is practiced by ra, Marriott county, Mo., having come DON'T kill any wood duck, elder sary to stretch that payment either-sidit should be a mat- with itis parents. Heiijamin Franklin duck or swan at any time. over a long period of time. DON'T kill, trap nor have In your ter for governmental action and Mary Jane Welch Mile to Kentucky nt the upe f one year. possession at any time any song or We love our allied friends and correction. In May IK7H he was married to Insectivorous birds as we love ourselves, but we Having averted the strike, Mi Mnry Wallace I.illnrd, of Law- - DON'T wait until November lltb have too much respect for their the government should now see renceburg, Ky., who departed this life! to buy your hunter's license. Good Gingham lOcU. yd. reconstructive ability to place to It that neither side is per in May Ihlt.V To this union four .Men's Rain Coats DO IT NOW. - . ,$I.S0 them in the mendicant class. mitted to exploit itself at the children were born. Mm. J. W. Jones, DON'T kill all the quail in a covey Best House Paint ...$1.98 gal. Hut if, as Reggie intimates, expense of the other anil the Louisville; Lilian! Miles, Nicholas, leave some for seed. .Men's ! iluckle, All Kubhcr Over Shoes .$1.50 ville; Mrs. Hubert Carnr, Iiuckeye; DON'T forget to feed the bird they will not be able to survive people. x II Tires .oo f and Mrs. Helen (Sullcy, who preced- during the winter. unless we write "Canceled" ,'U x ttVfc Tires A big fool is quite as effec ed him to the grave twelve year $10.85 DON'T fall to notify your Local across their accounts on our na- tive as a big stick. Use it. "go. Warden or this Department of those Guaranteed (i.OOO miles. tional ledger, then we fear they On Sept. N, IMIri he was married who violate the law. to Miss Pattle J. Itay, nf iiuckeye, A fellow that hunt without n are not worth saving. To made life vvurth living make them u present of those forTnnluc has of people who had al whom he left to mourn hi loss. He licence is a cheater see that he million, is also survived by two sisters, obeys the law. billions would be like spread most given up hope. It will do the Klla Dean, Nicbolasvillej and Mrs. Ml It. S. TUTTLK, Executive Agt., New IsOCitloMLcxIitftoM Street. intc expensive paint on worm sume for you. Stormes Drug Store. Mayme Mllri, Lexington; one broth(lame and Fish Commission, It. er, Mr. U. N. Miles, Nlchol.svllle; eaten lumber. Frankfort, Ky. re-tu- SPECIAL PRICE 1 This Is The Market Where Even a J what-'succes- s I I Old Hickory Wagons u Child Can Buy to Best I 11 J ' CONN BROS. and Let Folks.' Cuirey & Ghilley. . 1 iriri rir i Central Record e Lancaster tr d I ... .,. 1 . ! e " "'"",,, , .,,, .. . tove-wem- . tir vai rlliiy .......... Little Thoughts I com-ibenda- 1 1 Don't "lle j i' ' ' s"" - . wbT rhil-Irei- Pie Kl -- '' . - I i sii 1 e RARE VALUES SANDERS VARIETY CASH STORE t The Central Record. Lancastei, Ky Thursday, Nov 10 1921 ' 5 $2.50 THE NEW STORE Central lleuird ItuildiiiK. When in Uncastcr don't foriret thii pl.icc. The thlnes of necessity lire the first to l,ii. in The many frirmin of Mr. Mnrthn I Price Frisble are glad to Know ha recovered from hrr remit illnc. Mr. am! A IMP AQTFD hr,'W'ia B,lf i 141 Mr. .Miley Walker nml! TRIUMPHS SlaUKhterOll Hy Hitf. School, daughter. Mi Hnirl ami Hrown. we,,. ,n Danville S.tur.ly.! Vi,?'CS FRUITS. GROCERIES, SHOES AND NOTIONS. HARRINGTON HALL COFFEE. I vi- Mr. A I llurnmle, of Tc.x.-h- , iting hi' brother. Mr Jim IlurnMdc, ' Sim and Pick! nt tin- - home f ' We have a Splendid Line of HATS for all ages at and $3.50 as long as they last. H Wntih this ad for Christinas. Aieit f.r U C. 3C. V. -- BltTCr-LIE Co. Prict TtOonm "Sate tlx Drftreace." The IjincaMcr Minn School Foot llurnMdc Hall team mlili'il another lauri . to her string of victories when hc niet Mm. Cirnh.rm Price and Mr. Hob-er- t anil ilefenti'il the strong Vcrsnilc (Jrnhum Evan. f Danville, visHigh School teiim on the I.vel! ited Mr. Martha Price Friblc nml field lure Inst Friday by tm orr Mr E. I.. Owsley Tuesday. o. ; ' !lfr, FRA1NCIS-SMIT- 'of 1!0 to The viitor congratulated them Mr. John Scott have from North Carolina, nml uri' ol Vts before the came Mini thought parent. Mr. that it wa only n practice game, Ka.ifT-nn- n . Mr il ut hoim- for guet of Mr. Scott' nml Mn. Arch Kavnnaugli, on the howpvir. they found out tha they .. 'rr- - Covington ii few could liarn unite n hit about the fall Danville road CROOKED .. Mr l l vis Kme. hut, when it come to winning Mr. Lelie Iteynold ir-tithe then there in where their dream of '.ting relative near Klrfcswille. N "v? vsj .eeWnii In Smer.. t, the Kuet NOW vlrtor-werxpoiliHl ami the return- Mr. U.Mkrth nf Chat-- UH nMter. Mn. A. 11. Mllley ami Mr. ert to ihetr Wocxlford County '.ome fntHMtvii. i (pending A Mil MMloa l the Comlntti trA vrnl week .Mllley. Mrv Mllley acrompanieil with the little emt ,tf that great My Shoe Heels were . crooked and Soul so n lIancni,r. Ooi by That Wt Aft Ir.lirteid In. kim home for a fw rfty vliit uilh core. worn that I could not wear them any longer. After her parentis Mr an.' Mr. J. W. taking them to These two Mile gr.iM tontni' w,rei Ir and Mr. It. J. Young ami , evenly matched nml both fought hanl ent th dV Stimlnr in but. f Mr John Waktr lir.ippit Junction CHy. to win, Verillle maile a le pe rntr tuning i.anratirr relatives eti' elTart all through the gan t Wheeler-Spark- s. Mr. Altx Utt d Mr. Henley score, hut ('apt fox onlen I n;- - mm w, eK I ,(tlti. Mh no.io iiourne int thi and lta nil: them for one day, Micy came back jrood .f Frankfort, were In nd Mi Mr. not lt let the enemy advan Tm'ima Whieler a vilt to her Mter in Louisville. -as new. TatAk tw.. popular young hi order were fulfilled. Clurre Stnrk. ! . Mr. Crorc- - ItftWwnn anil Mr. Jack. ounty, were people of liurrnr1 The green and white A.a . M- t- Sam itairf- ,t MK-Hyatt have he, itmr injii.rtnn.j n, Mw. Walker united in marriage !at Thiiradny at boy all played a good game, aid :':00 n'elock, at Ihe home nf l!ev. thoy pl.iyeil not a Individual tnr, . . " Jwnr, in UmvUIo .MimJay Health From Sand. r ' but CoUfltieS Olgfl Wm. K Hix. pa.lor of the a team a a whole which we One of the let uaj of reeiiperntlng os .mm. jm Mr. ami Mrfc c H BnJ c,,Wr,.n, of Itapti-- t church dare .a brought them victor that' IITnKarrn Drivo Jailfil nere In liaiefootrd Intuit are tMtfu a trnv ay In ,,.r Sunday to vlit Th hrtle i Uh yonncejt daugh-- ! they wi nchly ileervril. over n long Mrctrh of .and. Tlio 'I In the tobacco nerve Tnrboro. So wnwT. IMriiU. Mr ntnl Mm. S. J tor of .Mr. and Mr. M. II. Wheeler, Coach Kennedy' men plned a of the feet are lightly Irririxtdlnr on the tturkeye pike, while good game but were out of their rla! litrict of Katern North Carolina, i tated t) I hr .nml crnlii. . nml tbo Sl lleltie HaMraMs tlaa MNI. Itaurm'. h,H, Mug tliti .tliniUnti-il- clrcu- groom l the on of Mr ami Mm. I when they lined up againt Coaches where a campaign for id from a hrlef Mt tm relrjv, in Mr. in4 Mr, Ceo. I!k. Mr. nml the marketing ha beer going on fer'tnte more freely, IliKinr siy that. t. 11. Spark Mcllobert and C.irriem men, thi rumphelNvltte. Mr. J. M. Cm and Mr. Put.ie upart from the ph).rH effect, tho A wide cirele of friend will join I make the .erond defeat thi yenr for Mime time, Edgecombe ha gne over' KarMer movorei to Danville lut Fri ""'"tal power are greatly luv Icornled Mr. Ilallle VnnUf nmt4 her Vemaillm, (leorgetown High hnvingj the ton and out of n prduction of hy in extending hearty congratulation lr4fiy Ui .ome iHfiion. 1S.SO:.OJO pound of tobacco for tne, daughter. Ml Mary Oury in defi-ateand lhft wine to the happy couple, them In.t week have year 1920. l.00.000 pund Vlnilay. ("apt Cox added two more field 'ITie lad)' prajyer MeeUng of tlie Blrd. Like Old H.m... I'.lriMinve In goal to hi lit when he placed the been .igned up and accounted for. willi mnn tho Peace-Ki- dd . (H'tlt ll.ipttst chorrh wt h4d nt the homr Mr. ami .Mr. Will (imrs -, homing InMlnrt," nlthonrh of coumo pig kin over the goal, one from the Nali, with a proiluction of I'.l.IliJ.-WiMtarm on llleh W'MI of M- l- ltrl..c Sunilay with her mothiv, Mr i KHen Peace and Mr. MIm Mnr o Idghly tint HttMi 31 yard line and a placement kirk S7 pund. ha igntd up a H,for,:i'i7 In innn tlie lntlnrt Monday eteniHgSmith on I'oer KMce Delbert KhM urpred their many from the 4(1 yard line. pound Creen, with a production developed. .Iut hnw .Mr. and Mr, (l Weilne-daMr. anJ Mr. Alfred l'wynter hml relative and fni"id on miund of tobacco, "Ird on tl.elr rrtnni 0. tl,e north from The Mlj-- e Itltre. of KirkaMIKi. HuVr Lnncnter'. fir! touchdown came of I(l.7Sh.-SM,m"'!n" i t'or their SnoAty Mr. nml evening, when they were mar- In the ha ,i.;ned for S..Wfl.B59 pound. I","'r tt,r,,,rr "! cu n of thetr rotinto, hren rtiet quarter when Iiwon prltig I not known. Tlilr Smith, of Mr. Jn.piT IUi; Wilson, with a production of H..9..S.-- , ,hmy and children and ried in Danville b IN-, l.ocy Kranc. Itallew. a long forward pa from Cox, ,(K. . ..,,, ,in r .i Mr N that city. Manfunl pjund. ha not yet reported. ,mply a part of their homing her econd marker wn a drop kick, Ml Mr. IJge Card and rHiMroa I'eace h the ounet daugh the third cre was made by W. Itob- - but about I'.flOO.OOO pound will be Without chart or compute In xint Mr. and Mr Loyd lUurne and the week end with her MTnits Mr. the wnjr the bird fly unerringly to ter of Mr. ami Mr. J S I'eace, of, inon, who .kirted the end for a JO reported, 't i e.timated.--lta)iegdaughter. Mhwix Kiln Mae und l.'M thli city, and' i one of Lancaster' tI.olr old haunt each prlng. and Mm. J. 11. Klnnntrd. N C Paper. Virginia were truest Sunday of Mr. beautiful and arcraplthel young wa made by Cnpt. Cox with a place Mr awl Mr. Taltan l W'hewler. ami Mr. Mtltoa llallartf in Dan ladle. He who hai. won her for hit kick. of IVrr"llle, were RUMt Swaday of Vllle j mate nhould be happy indeed for That "untiiliir tVitri,t xi;io. iitn tut ait. I fiS!TCm3H Mr. and Mn. Hen Wood. ulnninj: thr hnmi f thi Iwautiful nf lEmltdin :it penlur uhn ti.'u.i 1 flu Ma.tirr Ca.m Poynler. the little . ....... ... ,iw,r ... Mr (iorc' Wtoo. of Stanford, tin of Mr. and Mr Alford I'oynter young lady Mr Kidd i. the only . n of Mr. v.v,in;.K hat been n riTeat vMtor of her I. visiting hi craad-Bwrnt- , v,u Mr. and . .. He' Mm. II. O. 1'f.jmter of Stanford thl John Kldd. of mar Hyatt.ville. mother. Mr. Swinebroad. ;., , . . , u a popular young farmer of -- terweek. , rni . ,. f .Mr. and Mr. Ceo C U'atU. . mil; . worm anil cnaracier rubber ball, C. D. n. wrn I.OUliville, have been the gumtn of year, old, who ha Mr. I'aynr. meir many irieni jinn in wimng Itobinsun and Crutchfied nt tacke. Mr. and Mr. A. H. Jo.eph. been cUlte :ll at th iMMHe of her them a long life of nappme and tore many hole, in the vintor' line, U'Wliuin,. Metre, MU very' great niece. OVER THE FOLLOWING LIST OF SPECIAL BAR Mr. and Mr. John Mount, of Ui much and on everal occa.ion they tackled buttitr to the gratitifotlttn of GAINS, of the hrr many friend. lirange. have been guet the runner of the ball behind the hue Home News of crimmage, while Andcron and family of Mr. J. I'. Mount, U.uxin at end could not be imprnv. Mr. It. B. Mcllobert mid Mr. From Over Kentucky Mm Mary Owley. of Traiuylvanla, John ed ujion Meltnhrru left Tueday for Lexington, xpent the week-enwith Norfolk, ViriinKt. where they will The drive to ern.lici.te .attle tuber- Sander. Cos, (iattilleau and lioli hr mother, Mr. Hallie Dtinlap. be the gueU, of Mr. and Mrn. lluek culoi in Crittenden county hefV iJinou playil a tar game in the bacK making rapid prngTe. to' field and made many pretty run, Ml Jennie Ilunonn ha returmnl ner Spindle an J hrltlren. TO OUR STORE, SEE THE QUALITY OF THE gent John Cat4nuau hit the line and mnie ev- a report from Counts frwn a vi.it to Mr. V. 0 llradlity, Mr. W. T Wcvt. of Howling (Irren, It. Spencer Three hundred and ix- - eral fi to 10 yard gain on u at GOODS, AND BE CONVINCED THAT THE QUALDr. ami Mr. John South in a in Uinraer fur few ilay thic teen animal in I." herd of the cotin- - tempt. ITY IS SUPREME. week. III. wife wilt Join him in ty already have been teted ami plans Coichis Carrier and Mcltobert.' 6 for 25cta, week, Mr. ami Mr. Joe Wafter, Jr.. mow Howling Grei net where are being made to exteml the work ned mnny of their second itring School Tablets 1 doz. 25ct. . No. 1! Pencils r.l thW week t the new bungalow I they will mfclw their home, tft every herd in the county, accord men, and they nil ..howed up good. ool quality It lb. "Kumfort" HattniK ing to the report. Smith, on Matdel .85cU. each of Mr. Jnnie and worked well under tire, they who 'r, JB'i''-tMany .Morgan county farmer are were Stapp, Speaks, Aldrnlge. (la Outing Cloth avrnue. .15ct. yd. ha been viiuting reUtlve. in Frank-M12 cakes 38c ti. trying out Ahland. the new pedi tinenu, Moore and Elliott. I.enox Soap and Mr. (I. 11. Kinnaird, Mr. .fort and Strr.fnH ha returned to greed ariet of wheat developed by 10 cake 68ct. Grandma's Naptha Soap Iinrater Hi will line up aguiiMt and .Mr. J. K. Elmore were In Dan-- 1 Lancaster to tontlnue her viit to the Kentucky Agricultural Expert -- 10ct$. can the strong team from Lebanon Hi Ilest Chum Salmon ville for the State-Cent-re foot ball her aunt, Mi Jmnie Duncan, Rust Pink Salmon 15cti. can ment Station, in their planting this tomorrow. , itame. fall, a report from County Agent It. . 75cts. can Gallon California Peaches, Fancy Time of Quarter . 1.1 Mm. Mr, l.ular Daily, who was oper H. Eighteen fanner Pefuree lOcU. can I.ankin . Itillv Miller Suirar Corn (Kxceptional Value) Mm, Carroll llailey, of Stanford, on n f,,w w,...v a at lht. ,)nn have vhown tate. htan ISO acre of.Hend 'ineman . . 2 packages 2Scta. more Armours I.olled Oats mal Wilmott a a vimiar oi ner uaugaier, .ir. opiUil h been brought their wheat land to the new variety. Time Keeper .9ct package. Nutro Rolled Oats Elliott and Young K. Prowott llrown and Mr. Ilrown ,lumo jbul orr. la ,ay wi not . Cliif HuiNou. a Fleming county t'mpire Kvaporated Peaches, choice Wright. 18ct. lb. j,,. ah,. to wa reentl. yet. ,mi. farmer, ha jut t;irtol a fertilizer! Kvaporated Peaches, Kxtra Fancy . 23ct. lb. Mn. Ilnrrv Smtl nn.l lnuilit,.r .. Kvaporated Apricois, Fancy 23cU. lb. with Old Clothes. Mm. it. D Illunton will move to demonstration in , u iar.ui tiice, oi ainiorn, nave oeen . "'r home on Lexington avenuo and the Lollege of Agriculture extension 15cts. lb. Prunes, Fancy new pack .... , i The people of Armenia are ragged . Seeded divition and County Agnt H. F. Raisins. Sun-Mai- d .23ct. pkge. Mr. and Mr. Hubert Kinnaird will Jper Cox. -- 25cts. pkge. Uromidary Golden Hates expected to ..ml coM. They need clothe ti prooccupy the reidene of Mr. Harry McKenney which i -- 18cti. pkge. Mince .Meat. "None-Such- " Andvnon, on Maple avenue, vacated nnuer many iuttion of oil fer- - tect thi m from the wintry Ma;, wil Mr. Kettle AuderMMl Lund ram tilit) for farmer in that rertion. ou help them? Potatoes. Michigan Kxtra Fancy 55ct. pk. Momlay for a vtMt to Mr. Will by Mr, lllanton lft The Woman' Club will be open h Six ,acre plot in the cen35cts. lb. Itacon. Fancy Rreakfast -- .. Lackey and Mr. T. K. Wnuon, in Wash Hoards, "Silver-Kinj:- " Mm. Mac liugte NoIaikI, Mrn. F. ter nf hi wheat Held will be treat- Saturday afternoon to receive hoc 43ct. each. Harlan, Ky. ed rer'ctively with UmeV.one, lime-ton- c and clothe for the men, women and' II. Markubury. Ml Children's Shoes, I adies' and Children's Underwear, Klii.i Smith. Ml Mr. It. K. Arnold, Mr. John T Mnrtb i (.ill and Mi Helen Clll were Men's Heavy Rubber Foot Wear. and ackl phoih;ite; limeitone, children, of Armenia. Committee (irave and Mi Madge (' onipton, of in Lexington Mundny evening to acid and manure; acid phiMtpiuite and have been appointed on each strict, Cranberries, Peanuts, Fresh supply Candies, if you can't neml your olfering plcnc Veriaillin, uttendel tne Iinrnter-Vemnlll- hear Titta Huifo. the i,Toatet male manure, and manure alone. Pulled Rtce. Paired Wheat and KcIIokkV Hran. Twenty-fou- r wi' Morgti county poul call the committee and the game Friday inger in Ariern a .. . lOcts. ib. try raUer have) tittered their llock come for it. Commitlrr. in the winter egg laying project, Soda . 5cts. lb. Danville St.. Mi Chnitim S which will be conducted during the Navy Reans 3 lbs. 25cts. .. ami .Mr. Dave Thoma. coming ti month Ivy the extension Maple Ave. Miss .Martin (nil Pinto Beans of tbo I allege of Agrcul- . 3 lbs. 25cts. Idivoion t u rfpor if C n- and .Mr Theo Currey. 1 lb. lOcts. Lima Beans Lexington St. nml Hill Court Mt. Agent P. B lU.nk lmprov. Spanich Onions Iternlce Champ ami Mi Katie Hani .. 5cts. lent of p .jltrv .uattnie d feedii. lethodt ekptvte r . ml fr . im llicktiron. Ib. EAT-ININCREASE HEALTH AND VIGOR BY Itlchmond St. Mi Mary D.ii .le privet. Coffee 23cts. lb. Plan are jirea-l- y MORE OF OUR MOST WHOLESOME. TENoving made ri and Mm. Cu Dunn. Stanford and Crab Orchard St Hummer Coffee Weluter county far tac continuation . 15cts. lb. DER AND DELICIOUS BEEF. .Mr. Harry Anderson and Mr. Ouy f the county poultry tardardiza I O. N. T. Spool Cotton, 150 tion ivork next year, according to a David.on. We kill nothlnir hut Garrard County's best catreport from County Agent L. E. CutWe buy irom (Jar rani County fanners the very yds. tle. .. 5cts. each. Power Ten Character. ler. One bank ha ngrtvj to put out hent Ueef Cattle they produce and sell it from our SUGAR, Best Nothing dNcloM' 16 lbs. $1.00 n many etting of White Wyandotte renl iharartrr counter for a small profit. egg n poiidblt In order to further like (he live of p.mer It I enfy for Brown or the iplo We havu the most Grocery and Meat the movement to put pure bred bird can weak to bo gentle. Jlo.t bear adierslty. lint f JOu lh LARD 14cts. lb. KverythinK we nell is of the. highmarket in town. of thi variety on farm of the coun to know what a man really l, gtra est quality. 47 or 50 lb. . ty. 13cts. lb. him power. ThN I the supreme tct. Forty-fiv- e Fayette county farmer. It I Hie clory of Lincoln that, having Received-To- o To Classify. Iiiiom have entered thetr llock in the win absolute (Miwer. be ncer Icr eg laying project which ha been abuseil It. eUTjd on the .Me of mercy. started over the State by the cxtcn-Io- n He Mike not to Inflame, not to upbraid, but to convince. He wo tha division of the College of AgriPkoae 206. PhMIc Squire. rnibmllmriit or the Ilia culture, according to u report of courage, thr hie. i'm. r.ot.llltjr of thai County Agent W. K. Gabbcrt. .- fti.ttrri (irecn Ineersoll. nationMr ami - Gossip About People , m THEY WERE t J Joe. J THEY ARE STRAIGHT 11 : e- MANLEY& WILSON Shoe Hospital .,.. ,rx. tlw i,r i,,,, w. nty Lam-nite- tastcm -1- -- i I.ei-ngte- n rit - : lt y lt M't p.t h, Jt& , ,,... .... .1 " i fc Ieica LOOK! -- Farm And THEN COME 00T ' i r r. ...-.- , .... ' ,i Wanted one-tent- -- Bananas .... .... EAT MORE BEEF G -. I i Cabbage Peaberry each 4Jcts. . THREAD, PURE Just (Light Granulated. can . Late Dark.) Scon & Ruble A. H. BASTIN & CO The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, Nov 10, 1921 LIVESTOCK FACTS CAMPAIGN FOR BETTER SIRES Department of Aflneultu-- e It Aldinj Movement by Issuing Number of Publications. (I'rtwr-- J j PAINT LICK Mim l.l.i Hurt ami Mr. Willie dreen rami1 howe Tuesday to vote Several (ram here have been tending the revlvnl nt Wnllncel.il' MU Kthol Toilil spent Thursday night with Mr. unil Mm. (Mile Itoian The concrete work on the school hou-- e basement u progrcsaing nice1 Mis Jennie I'm ls, at Itlrhmuun ha i been the nf Mum I u twssSCSSniSmm, eeeeHev7e9i li tin- - HbbLbbbBbIbbVVbm r i"a0a0aOKBa0a0a0aOB H exeeee JL'eVMEeaHreeeeeeeeTeeieutrleB i J BaCCXbakl SeHBeBBeiBPtef 3 BbTTTL Or a Perfect Day" and all ready for another, whether it be to plow, barrow, drill; to run the thresher, the corn tbeller, the hay baler or what-noFor Fordaon Tractors are not only doing in the moat economical and most efficient manner, all general field work for farmers the world over, bat they are saving them time, labor and money in taking care of every power job. It combines all of the qualities all of the advantage you have wished for in a tractor. It is light; it is powerful: it is efficient; it is economical in both fuel consumption and upkeep; it is durable; it is dependable; and it is not extravagant in cost. , t. -- Ohe End of Frnncia. tn IrttilH-i helloe-- ! furiunlluii ti he Mcnsard Center, was the fuest .if hud tiiu ni lii ..noH lws.1 title. ip 1'icn iwlrisiry. I ttiii- -l In ii tint, Mrs drover f' i liuriMii uf HHtMinl f i ;ii IViHiiiifiitit 4 AaneiiNurv. has mond Saturday. prep ireil Mia.. Hull. Kiy4Mi aMl Kntej i( titaHalile rill Irit mill itlnr maif-rlIn the depart- - Will. attended services tit Pleasant It llH. ftirtdllit llfllll IN' drove Stindtt) night llllMx-l.- il III ItKrMiifill In HrlM Mr iin.l Mm. V. II. Patrick were rv.trfeilise; llse rte of moHcrel tl.'ii railed to Cnrhln Trhlny by the death uv l.wpt when ik- nince l In of Mr. Patrick". brother. there I noil in ii'lwl linweier. Mr A V lluylei after a vim to intrii inferior le from running lit Mr. nn.l Mr Woos Wnlker left c f hi liiiniiM prefer i inli lnt week for Wit Virginia. H'i iiiiuilii utli'lhil work t Milltggtti, Messrs. lien Dunnl TI.hi !(. ilii'iHi euiplKi! mii ..rv fx" Mi .llllii'lfSti III- - and (iarnett Tudor attended itioetiliirl at I'leamint tiroM- - Sundny tiiuht Mr. !nd Jlh. J. V. Turner, of Mii5ii'i, are here far a vtlt to Mr am! Mr Woiul Walker anil fainit). VeMHic ih ril l'rii(J ut Hwn reiiieis -- fur In- - trt OONT FORGET CELEBRATION, THE ARMISTICE DAY i FRIDAY, NOV. 11th. !' Iih-H- I iiIii ttn r tii FORWARD TO THE ! MARCH AND MAKE HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM YOURSELF . . AT EASE JIM-DANDK mm . mi-il1 m.-iV WHILE YOU LISTEN TO A CRACKER-JACPROGRAM OF SOLOS. DUETS, QUARTETTES AND I. i ljivi ha, returmnl from ( mciiiiiHti. where he mrrhuMil a ORCHESTRA MUSIC. line of ilry K'"i". wMi'h ha, arrheil. Punt the illn. of Mr. It. r. REV. L. N. THOMPSON, AUTHOR AND LECTURER. WILL WoihU Mi- niiif I louden ha Wvn SPEAK ON A VITAL SUBJECT. back at her old Hitmu at the b.mk j I I Miss Mammle Campbell and broth-- i r. Sam. were irtiesli. Sandfly of Mr Hen Drawn, near White .iii l M. Station several Mr (i. C wh lays with lelatives in tllta end of iarrard has returned la her home in I'irhmMtd. Mr. .V. II. Voting (trenched at Walnut ta Sunday in Ike nhsenee nt her hiuhan vtlio m c undue tins a r.iivul Purebred bire. at WaUareton. mil iiK rf .i in r.l. iiikI UlMHk. I Mr. I!. I. Wanver and atlrnrtive iiiMHui To mM In m little daughter. June Kliaal'i'tli .ire strict ' ' ill!' "II t Hie rvctts .f her aunt. Mr. Walter MHlHI t LM. UllotlHl On a liUlllW-- r .f ii 'I , l lia ter and familx ir-and twwai..t rl. , ifr . laughter, Mrs. Surah Ogx and i n It's hard to tell you all the facts about the niie Ii miHi4i.rmttr. it. I uti,!! lHHiilt flitlllill Mlttler Mrs (irnre Duerson and two children I Fordsoa here. We prefer to talk to you perSir-- Heller Sli-were recent viwtont of Mrs Ogg's etl.lll,lne sonally and to show you its many advantages. . .hi lie M.lnlnetl III mlilre-- . sitter. Mrs Olhe lliuan bring all-th- e facts to you if you Wall gladly Ilij: the t'tilleil Mute. ift:irtliieiit of Hallardt Olirlitk flour always K iilture i. i'. nil.er .will phone or drop us a card. tatisf action. If )ou van! a fond lli.ileri:il ell lhl lllile. t e.irluNik Sejmnile li!, Ilnriie.liii; caUr or a good loaf of bread USE , lleriHlll) tu llilirne the Nulloll'i. I.lle. OltKI.ISK. Trv a tack today. Hud(nn Si Karnau. Slink leiart!llfit Itllllelln !!.'.. I'rllielile Mr. It. (i Woods, who w.is operl if I. Stuck ated on at the I 'ally Cla Informa-- ' title). 1'rlie. I., cent. lory last Wednesday l doing nicel) i;;. rnriiicr-lliill.iln her many friends will be glad to A ii I inn I know. Knrollmeiil Itluiil fur Sire Mrs. I). II. Centers and Mrs. T. It. I IWlter MiH'k t'lll-ail- e (mi which lite link uuiier utile to e cihh jiure ' Wager had for their dinner guests lireil lrel Sunday Mr. and Mrs. (!aines llender mill Huure on llelie Sieiitle son, Mrs. Hell Henderson, Mr. and Mr. Wilmot uod one ounce of cor. I l.t. I'llllllVI 111? t'.e nf Itetlxr Sire Mr Mack lleuderson and lierward , rosive sublimate in seven and one-- 1 Uw. fi,,. siiney Itluiik. Seaihi. half gallons of water after having I'mlrr. Whlili Waj I Your IJ- - Ce Jers. There will be sen Ices at Mt. . Illrst dUolved the material in boilinK Mwk liolnu'? , . ... t r, morning, Arnntice hot water and then making the so .. I'urelireit Sires nml lleril Tabor Krida) ..... . .. . nma.e u,ei, r. o'clock conducted by all day at 0I..haIf, up , ,m. M.v,.n ,.Hiiei,t. ........ .v m... V" .,alOM. The . la .eeral es of - liinlern lld- - four of the Taint I.ick ministers. Were left 111 the . .... potatoes practically ell- -' , of hi .... eiiih hr lU- - ' Itev, Itnmscy, Van Winkle, Young .. . mjiii.iuu iui tiw iiiiiiuii iiii.i ill.- - muni- - ' ill. ...!-- . lime al.i. Ien , M...I .. iilinaieii me presence 01 icaii on nis t;..ve li.tierent j::..i I. ... ...Ill IiiukllU. II ........ - and Skaggs. All business Louses lo treat now In the hecond crop, accordlni; to a report lie will be closed dillriig the services. quantities of seed. Mr. W llniol reI as jutt " made on a demonstration gards the treatment as successful and which he conducted in has stated that he will treat all of! MILK HELPS YOUNG ANIMALS ' with the extension division of the his seed next year. College of Agriculture and County Skim Milk and Othtr Creamery By Agent V. It. (iabbert. When potatoes Don't let criticism worry you. t,; Product Arc Uatfut Feeds for The Tobacco drawers" from the treateil and untreated plots j alt.tu,,. wuu, indicate your mental Pigt and Calvei. bins Mr. j inferiority. were placed in adjacent ative Campaign for mure members bal, While whole milk lftiijtiire V ilmcit Virginia Is drawing to an end and estimated that from l.'i lo Hetween knickerbockers , and no aili eil auil Is alllal.lr fur Mlli: Heml.er ulll ..... .I l.rnni.hl l.i a I r. ...... ,i.... t iiiiik ii iui uiuer creaiiierT treated seed vere infected with cab nicKeroucKers we u cnooe ine tor minimis, smiii such us buttermilk nml close. The fact that the nieinber-shi- p while not more than one per cent ""'r A little ii better than noth whey, are dues will be raised from $'( to ny alu iieful of those from the treated seed injur- if I lie I'lllleil Sate llepurt-nien- t 'fill is forcing into line many who ed by the disease. Scab is one of the The wisest men of the world nro of A'.'rlclllllire. Skim mUk Is for various reasons declined to bemost -- erious pests of the Kentucky now congregated together in the fill in .lining pigs in I In' pniHiriloii uf come tt party to the pooling con- potato crop and is responsible for greatest country of the world. They about I lin e niiiiiiI to one of ciinivn-Ini- tract. It is estimated that sevenmich a t'lirtniieiil or slmrli.. teen thousand growers have signed heavy losses to farmers. , ought to stay. ill-- t Itiitlermllk, ixliich Inn. nut I Up and are prepared to market their Illicit Iihi it. It ultli water lias crop collectively like the organized the Milne feeding nllie as skim milk. It l a belli r IimhI fur .Hliie limn for cotton grouers and fruit producers il'illl li'Wil! I'HM it Is apt to muse ill-- are doing in Texas and Oklahoma. etihe ' illtiirliaiii-v"Hliche fisl to the The campaign is going on in the '. iHt ' AS YOU WERE r.nnn to n nnuiNr! tmp wad r.ivc TUNITY TO ENTERTAIN 11c tiiic ! rtpprtti YOU WITH THIS EVENING OF ; ENTERTAINMENT. 5lrPrtBrV:raP:nrrtrUF-;- ntx Pa Rfc .. ATTENTION! THERE WILL POSITIVELY BE NO ADMISSION CHARGED. GUY. Mrs llenrj Tuttle M.ite.1 Mr. Wm Walker Thup-la- y Mr. Z. T. Itlse. Sr. of Kirhmond. was a visltur here Friday. Ktce spent the week-- 1 Mr Marry Iiitorsof a ill Mrs (irt Kn,j Mr (. Mr and Mr. W T Sutlon Carrie (invidson Sr,d Norlhrm H..., -- nJ Timoil,i Seed. Ilodion A I'arnau HASELDEN BROS GARAGE ie - i:.M-ntln- end with Lexington friemls. Ml Iay.le Kunells is visiting herj father.Mr. Walker ItunelU of (.unns j Cl'ap,l- l. and Mrs JllUlB w, ,.,,,.,, ,j U illiam Mf am, Crime, of Mpi Wm J)MU I n-- Corrosive Sublimate Pnnrrnl Pnlaito rct ' ... ...., ' t. ,ui ... ,, .., I'n-te- 1 1 il lie' Mutual Marketing Campaign Continue i - J f.l ; Mr, Jamt a) Miss Stella Naylor. of Lancaster. Mr and Mrs. Tom drahani nnd III- - w,Te Sundny visitors of Mr anil Mm tie son, were recent guets of Mr. Win. Walker. and Mrs. Ollic draham. stiiturduy of Mr.. Carrie Tht. Mrs Joe Turner and little daugli- - V. Havidson was quite satisfactory ter, Alice were visitors for the day l A good attendance and thing sold well. of Mr. and Mrs. Win. Ilarnes. Corn brought I'.'.'Jo to $'J,50 Mr and Mrs. James Yantis and per barrel two sons, were visitors Sunday eve- Mr Mfif ())(. r,t,.r. mug of Mr and Mr.. Joe Turner.! jt, 0,t charminr m.nner Mis. Kva Merriman and Mrs. Cora j on Saturday with a dining The drcen. our teachers, spent the week- - sumptous dinner was simply delicious in every detail and greatl enjoyed end with their home folk. The following William Walker were ui' " Mr. Vn.l Mrs. t'",'- - hospitality Mrs. C. It. recently of Mr. and Mrs. ',,nr-"hJreti. Mrs. Miley lle.iz- Martin llrogia. of llryantsville , ley and b.iby, Mr. Wm ll.irne., Mr Mesdame Carrie llavid.on and W.:n, Mi .sim1,on : fumlv T. Sutton visited Mr. and Mrs. I.. Lancaster; Mis, Doruthj lteailev, Tuesday. Davidson, in Lancaster Mnl Jallles.Ynnti nml two sons. Wm. Mer-,d- . Ida were guest. Sunday of the lUrn- - Mesrs d.ne Scott ami '" day guests of Mr. and Mrs. William Clark. Mr ,ulM. u( Umvt mun Mn s urilJI )llr aM W).rr Tutm rml.hi I I ,.,.,, t. v d.uf )n fes, sp'-eliill.- Mr. and Mr. Simon Tankersley hnd for their Sunday guests. Mr. and Mrs. John Osborn and Miss Lee An- I .... m i...... lit wftuuiii. rtvP'T-sAV- :, "TL Aft . 1 11 ' m-l- latter. UsimI. I , Wedding Invitations irr n ' llaii a wilding InvttMlon? (.'rtuitil) It is nit i'i ii mechanical lire'lm'1 In l tiinlijletl around t tliv lir.iiest ilJer. Chmip Hurry on. work ii s.istlv within la generally illsaii.iiiitiK u notch nnl wr i.t: ujtupleu for alary puiiw. aud I'U-rWhct la mor , It Is aUiut twomilk us tliinls h Miliiiible a fiMnl. Aii'urilluub from ten to twi-Ji(miiiiiiU of whey lire iiilliilclil to one 111IIL iii.niiil nf .ruin i..wl when .IHiplcllienteil Willi other or wheat sliorls. U Miii h as eorn er guisl fur )oung tiUe. It heef sklin milk', Ihey ii he-- , me inM.e should Ih. fill In pun ti. all) the f itin- I) III 11 i 11 1 Wliei l umm feeillng sullie unles -- 11I11111.I eM'lii.he. jre Is fi r 'lMlr " rti' 1 , HIGHER Heavy PRICES FOR HORSES Mar h. i. uce-itc- Farmers Art Aiivited to Oretd tobacco producing counties of Virginia, and reports from various centers indu ate that a large number of growers who did not agree with the principles before the beginning of this season have now deA bllllellll from the J"I organizer says: "The growers of Virginia have organized for big business, which bids fair to command j nillitMiit in capital and bring them (steady markets and fair prices. I The above Is a clipping taken form Tobacco Journal and Utile same thing that is being put on in dartard County, only our drive closes N'ovem-- j twenty-nine ' I J Mr and Mr II. II Ward and three . little sons, of Mmlisoii were dinner guesu Saturday of Mr and .Mrs. Milton Ward. Mr. and Mrs Albert Phillip-- , of Corhiil, were the pint week-en'ur mm uanarallona 1 .. guesU of her Kirents. Mr. and Mr. Have ttaila By Using T. L. Yantis. jrf. nggs audi , s (2 Wm Mt. and .Mr. mm three children wire entertained Sun-- i .day at the home of Mr and Mrs. Win ou , - uFVtUYn Smith, of I'leiisant.llltl lf.au. il J.Nliiss IMna Itice, of v Mis.es Jane and , llbMluiliimt t. weic Suiuln) Itichmon 1 aftc rnnuu 0 Btf , d Child-Birt- F 1' .. f- ' I 'i' -- 4. Spiciil Invitation to Young Piople This bank (tends to every young muu or woman 111 this community a special invitation to become a savings depositor. Only by ca'eful and systematic saving may you hope to acquire the fund necessary to eventually branch out in hui-iicfor your itslf. No great uiiiounl 1 necessar to open an account. You can do o on any mini from one dollar up. You can mid tn this account fro.ti time to time In any sum jou desire, an matter how small it nay be. Draft Animali Wanted for City Hauling. .r Ifitli. I.OUIHVII.LK Complete line of Samples : at u ;aai The Central Record Office. are In gieater ileiiiiiiid and eoiiimaudiug hUher priet-- s 11 Ilia at iiiiv lime In the l.i eur, i ucismblig In I lie proprietor of a inn king iiiiiiem which maintains lis) hiin-e- s and aulu Iruck. In a letter recclieil al l'lilerll) farm he mi) Tor the sbrt haul I lie horse We buy ut uuy Iui mi emnpelllor. lime nun hute paid u high us 000 eucli. but :ire not gelling us KOod lior-- e a we would like tu use. We ilie Nak l:i;i' of uioloriruck e sale has been reached. and .liuiil.l Ih eiiiiiur.igeil W I'lirme' btivd Im'IUt Iiures.' 11 lo-Initl-- lle.ivj drait horse Discriminating eater are counting the days until they can gobble the gobbler. Soveit Itusaia bids high for recognition. It olfers to pay the debt of eziirdom. THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. S. C. DENNY, It Is up tu the people of the wide world to see that it doe not become too narrow. We bid you welcome, wise men from abroad. But please to remember that you have eaten uf our salt. C.alsUr. CMrUU50,(MM). Honor RoH Bonk Surplus $30,000. Th Central Record. Lancaster, Ky. Thursday. Nov 10. 1921 How To Keep Your Blood. Pure and Wholesome WALLACETON LIST OF BUILDINGS Mr.James Sparks 11 viitinir old IN FARM APPRAISAL friends at Irvine. Miss Ithoda Wilder i vi.itini: hi r . lirother at Mcnt'on Wa'.cr Supply, Light l!ev. Vounj' filled hi appointment Systcm. Etc., Separately. te the Methodist church Sunday. It I the Pctmh With Rich, Re Norma) DM-T- he Person Mlsres Ada nnd Kdna Sparks spent of Health and EnergyThat Meets With Bum. the day with Lillian and InW Hutch-in- i NtctMry That New Imprevrmrnt nesa ami Social SucceM. Cott Be Ccrrrctiy Inventoried S'u inlay. nti 0(rricltfcn Dr Adequately V. Ilrnwn were Mr. and Mrs. V. A Uwererf Vitality U UraaHy Due to Watte Pra-hjc- ta the Bleed. Provided Fer. KUi tts of .Mr. and Mr. M. 0. Hutch Ins Sunday. Mood is impoverished of wnstri product. S. 8. R. will ImWhrn your iC'tW'S I'v I c.r Int.. J" '.. p. ,rt and lomlnl with waste products, you prove thr unlity of your hlooil liy re-- I n . ' of A.rii ill t i Mim KvelyH and Vain (itilnn ilon't crt the full strength out of your Irvine you of the waste products III i. skin; a fan.i aiiprms.il ia'li food, and nil n consequence, you Ixv which rouse impoverished blood and were the trueiita of Mh Kmmn bn lil e k er 'iiitrm- - i in ieli x wiromo weak, nervous, and easily upset. 1U nllled trouble Tuesdnj. nkin ilifutnltTr, lier Hpply. Ilatillne .otein etc . .1 (.'. i Waste products get Into the IiIismI rheumatism nnd n lowered vitnlity. Mr and Mr. I'nl Mallard, Sr., are be 'paraleli, sl I'ai lll Hun .e. tnnlnly through the Intestines, but Thi Mine qualities; which give there arc itthrr sources for instance, 8, K. 8, Ita beneficial effect in clcnrlni: visitiiii: their daughter, .Mr. Curti mint f Inll-l- s- nf lb, I'lilted Sl,i Pepariment of Acrlrnlf ore It is .et the glands. Soti.it gland secrete ill your Mood of waste, product make it UiiMell. m Onrivillc. grstivo Juice., while others excrete extremely ilratrnMn for krrjiinu your ml to ."imralelv oilier IiiihI im Mrs. James Wallace and Mr. Adwaste products. If they fail to prop- Mood in irnnd condition. pniMiseii irli dle (ilium werv the oueati. of Mrs. ami the hit,., dm n feme, tint iri.i tr. erly function, wmtc product nccu. (let 8. 8. 8. at your druggist. Vtv ibelr nlne should be mutate. llielnh-.- ! m he apprul) llient of it strictly according to directions nnd Morris Calico Tuesday. ie As n rrult, nntun strive to rant write Chief Medlral Director. Swift Mis Cvelyn (In Inn has returned laiHl iiiiimi d off the toisons. It may lie through Specific Co., S. S. S. UWa (in. nf lb,. iimi iTileTlii nppiHi a viU with her grandI hp skin In thi form of some skin distory, Atlnntn, (In. fur special medical heme from al will I.- that i.f the farm Imlldliir order, hut It Is not infrnpjrnt for it ndvictt (without charge). Ho Is help-i- mother of near Iterea. atnl iiflier Imiicmewi lit. 'I be build to settle in the muscles onl Joint ieople every day to retrain their The Junior AnneultMrnl Club gave lliffs nnt IMmni nl are lnMlslit ;ind and cause rheumatism, health and strength. .Auk him to send an interesting HolloweVn entertain l ii th,. tand. hihI wibl For over f.0 yrars, thou It urn) often ds and you his illustrated liooklct, "h'net thousands of men und wnmrn haw About far lllofid" -- free. 3. S. 8. II ment Monday eveninit. appear Mlllenlt to rli- - tlii ln a taJiie relied on H, S. 8. to clear their blood .old hy all drug stores. The revival meiUng hegnn nt the rwraie frmn the land. 'Ibl l not dltnvlt, n It ma eem and it l MethMit church Thursday evening wniii'l llev. Voung wil IIm- - nHted hy Iter. of ImiHirfnnre dm I they be ' xalHi.l. t iml In Hit me:in rail nil hrnn Silage Keeps Ewes Carl Vogid, of Ilfren. the h.ii nf th,- iiiti'Hior) be reall'i d. If the mill has been placed III the Mr. Klmer Allen and Mm Ntdl I'Hrlhi I none. i!il. ihHic,iry In or ilo at the proper slage, and well Sowder urpriseil their many friend. der ibat n-In Good Condition. bnllHlHg Improreieeiit parked and sufficiently inoistt lied h celling married lnt Thiirwlay. col U eorr"tlv liieulorlil and ile llecUe of .t u.mlrmi nil I the there l little ..'angrr of "palled or pns'latlon be ni ipwlrly prntldiil for helpful elTccl it ha u the digestive moldy silage and rnnciueritly little Wt wish them a happy and prosper 'lln re ore two wlib li inhj be ous life. system, silage makes tine of the lie.1 danger of injurinc the ewe hy feetl-m- e iiHdnjl In appraMiie bnibllnc and Wnllacetau School attended the feeds which farmer enn glte to their Moldy or fruten it to them. ltninnniiil .truwl u. of ren pregnant ewe. during thoewming wit- mUik hHild Itv guarded analmU glncf school fair at Here Oct. Jlsl. The trwrlloli b'ihI llnMtr to le ehoid ha uon four Mue and lx plaee prent prlte. tn eltlirr 'rae tier mttnths, sheep speeialiata nt the the feedlnc f it may caune seriout riM e make allowhlir,. Iwlltd ! made fnr .ein . I College of yir. and hojies m' Th tritalde with ttie prinnnt our. Kur-m- them tHw blue next year. St bm frmt i the .Is If nf . all li !. feed i especially valuable if there i w he are phinniitc to fved .il.ik'e Illtelllen illile IH) pasture available ami keep the to their owns have licen warmxl by WOLK TRAIL m in a healthy and thnftv r audi th iMrrinlinU to tniiird iitsaiii.t the STORED POTATOES NEED AIR The average form ewe shwilkl j '.edmc tion . an f it. Too Misa Opal Pulley has been on the receive from tw ta three (hmim4. of ' murh tkiie is likely t rati... the Whers Piled to Depth of 10 cr 15 ilare .eh day ulthotith mare may! lamb to rmi too rje nnd thus irk let. T eet Tneert Surr to Go Through Mr Abe Hurt" m the week l.e fid with safety Alanir with the ritUT trouble at lamhinir time. In Sweating Proceit. th relatives in Madion. end Uate the huull have miwi' addition the feedintr "f too much iU palatable, drv rii;ni;e and a moll Genuine Kan-w- h n. i Mini Hui. IMV nri.Va.nf t hi. i.rv.awr .li.v.J.iu. islt tint for l. tn.in lnr t et at ull'trr amount nf prefrrahly oats nr mrnt of the iMinr liudiiin A rarnau. ciiriiiR mrat. It i a bail pra!ne m lnre M.'at'f Mr and Mrs. Joe Uny and sou. In Inrxe Ida of pile the I lll'e Mr llil'te Pain motaretl tn I.eingtnn Slate I'l'iutrliin nl of srn ulture .Middli-shoro- Dixie I'nlnn I Only One Boar Stock Farms. Is Reason. LcH-.Th- ere a ' n I , Chiiin Sows fnrrow uniform, even liVn. the pig are thrifty when farrowed The sows hae the best d sl- tinn of nn breed of swine, are careful mothe-,.nd lenod milker. The jireent-d- a l'i land China lias bun tire-- l for PHOUHCY nnd ability lo rnise n high pi rn ntage of Idler. The Poland China is the greatest feeding hog m n. erica. If you would market your hog at six or eight .... it:i. build your herd on a foundation of PURE HRI'.D POLAND CHINA STOCK. Call or write VVnl-In- i . SANDERS BROS. OR JOHN M. AMON, LANCASTER, KY. Some sale of the past week fine boar to Leslie ItuWe. llurna Vista; one to Jo fiulle, Lmca:eri one !i W. M. Hroaddu. Ilueim Vista; one tn Howard King. Rryant-villone to Hurry I'rye, llulihte; one Ut I'loyd Humphrey. Mnrtidlu. K ; Ten gilts and one hour to Darry & Markshury. WHmorr, Ky.; one gilt to J. I). I'mileet, London, Ky.; two jri!t to It. I.. e; ' i l.-- . ; l' Hroadhend. Ky. - ni fin I, "Work done during the pa Experiment Station year by the station has been mori Issues 1920 Report.' productive than that done during an ! I le n( Agrts-urtur- -- ri-;- ni I.cxingtin. h), The thirty-thirannual report of tne Kentucky Agricultural Kxpernneiit Station contain.' Ing n summary of the principal lines of work rnrrii'd on during the pnt year by the institution ha jut come ir the pre) and is ready for to intereted person, ac- -' cording to an announcement iniule! here recently. Mure than IS major Hne of work dealing with the mot recent problems in Kentucky farming are in the pubheatron In peaking of the report. Dire tor Th.irrm I' Cooper "f the Stati'in . I diui'd previous year in its history. It lias been able to perform a valuable service to the people of the State by which mean of the investigations have been started and completed nnd which hnve established Kentucky agriculture on a firmer hai. iteults which have been accomplished have given a tremendous return for the money invested in the institution and it work." The publication may bo obtained free by writing the Kvepri-mrStation, Lexington, Ky. nt the lip Disarmament is on every lip, but l a long way from the heart. ee ee rrlrrt le. In i I -f I mill! j ii traaaaaaH fti - .. mw . i J ii l V. due-day- . t w o. MC.SW w n oickkk.son I'rut .ml Mr. Aikim enterUuned a mu'iiIht of their trhool children and i4lei llif hi1 pulittoe tb'pth "f in lii !' feel 'M' iiirri-iniii- i;i ,1 pile frted. Sunday Me Milium (Mnt the with Mr. and Mrs. John W. 0. RICiNEY & CO. Funeral Directors and Embalmers OHirr Plitmr IH. Mr. Klijah I the turiil ridav .!.! two dime iiihi en In llil maimer iliei aiv niol i ii lain to tn ilin.iLli a raivir ttoblit weatina or i iirins prmr I : b' r jrse n m Jp M v i -- hi. Tie I'l I Ml'i:it Ht.lint, Rotns Guttering. Etc. IJa Mi and family. me Allie IteynoW. and John were guests f Mr. Kobert S Shop Phone 69. Lexington St. Lancaster, Ky. IIh iih Sower Friday. and Kf len( r M i ' J l'i..f Dailey. Mr Mr. Mr. Adam in ht with Mr. I spent 'I'l ur-- I and Mr Willier' ajsaasf aaaaalalaaafejlaaaaaBl sjaaapssTaTf- Ottls Stott- - are n over the ar a little daughter. She has lieen chritened Margaret. . Hev wa 75 Hens Lay 2,500 More flock of hen, She allowed theni to'' l"Kht "flnko an'1 the guest Saturday MrAl,, 1Va,,,r Mr roost in trees about the farm and Me was a I hi the guest of .Mr and Eggs With when feeding time came she threw Mrs. Jnme Sunday night out enough corn to satisfy their np- Mr and Mrs. Waiter Casey and During the year she re- - children and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. petltes. Hens which are properly housed eivesl a total of 1,000 eggs from the Hugh Moberlev and dauiditcr. snent and fed uiuolly will produce more 75 j,,,tl W. T. iU th(. i.Kining of IVll Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. egg. than those which are given a rley. artc,l feeding a l.al- Uulhmn U.n composed of n scratch ' Mr. and Mr. Mo... Itay and dough-I- d 7oltv " -- r en.erU.inl the follnwiijg guests rv'ri containing meat theegg Itev. l,ko. Mr. poutoy...whl,crea..dPlymouth, fl.mdelled the poultry'' '"- ' .....i ;l' "w" expend in order that ..... Mr-- . "'ijah .Me.MllliiiH and son -- ...nti..1 " Hock hens J.fiOO eggs in 10 . , vi.. n.u., T..-i...,.... -. 1... -f M"'llllla,s " I"'' nens migiu n.ne proper nousmg lllllhlllK Mr. and Mr John Dull." and I" "dd.tlon to this she !" ment. In her report to County , gave mure attention to the llock with laughler. .Mr. and Mr. Hunter Dav- ... ,, 11. JiKeiii ... 1.. i.iiituen, ..in, iiuiiiiii.ii1 during the nrt ten is and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Klbcrt stated that while she had alone natli-- i the result that innh of the year the "ft hens had Tenter. Mrs. Joslunh Met ulley and , .. ing which the average farm poultry' producii a tola of ii.fiOII eggs. Mrs. ' Mr. Willie Met ulley were .inner raiser could not do she had found om- Hutrninn has entered her llock in the guests Sunday of Mr. and Mr, the improved practice to !.. highly egg lnying project to be conducted er Itay. Mr. and Mrs Mien I enter profitable. uViT tm, j;,n,(, ,nntf tJ. (ooiing six were xucsts tn the afternoon. During Ili0 Mr. Hutfn.an g.ie a m0I)tbs by tie exteM.i.n division of mall amount f .I'Unt.on ! nn the d lege f Xgniu.'turc and Lancaster, Kentucky. This is n season of great activity Don't criticue the editor who voices for the fellows who haw nothing to his own views in print. You are do do. With business looking up each ng the same by word of .mouth ev. has a sepernte alibi to provide eyr day. . 'ceiviii.; rival rf The beautiful complexions of the American women are noted the world 'Ner, which is proof positive that the druggist is a useful animal after all. When a Woman marries a man for money only to find that he mar. rie I her for the same reason they ought to live happily in their mutual ') s Proper FssijiaHaH Cooo ill Southern Optical Cornpany Iaf-rrsts- revenge. It is the province of a newspanor to tell the truth ns it i found, but often they are expected to manufacture it to meet the wishes of the other party concerned. There's no fear of thoe foreign delegates not returning to their home lands. It is more flattering to be a big fith in n little pond than n minnow in n great lake. ir rsmnl'rrWte ?Ln 1 1,' M" Type of Potato Storage Houtt. ,r .,.i . ..r , . Ini'lig the otlte of wl. .1. Hie liiber tly' ii'lillHl piiltimi ! Mie pile nie freiM.'iilly bjected to a il:itigeroiily blew letMperatiir.'. I'M ii.ily I. -t I me If the tuber in lire IUI.I Hill : lire, or Wife Hut ntn ilr fne 'rUH imiiii wmI when mI In red. or If lured when tlie oltnb- - ieniH'r.iMlte bleb H.nklliK H dll!li nil in lower tlie lli..le leiupei.it ore m Hie lioue IKerliewlll.K Irmii all ff tlie iai.e liienlliMieil li.ut l.e tiw.l.i. .1 l.y UiaUlnc -- nie pr tuloii for aii.ilin. Mie pile Spectacles and Eye Glatses Kryptok invitahlt Htotal lent) Artificial Eyes FOURTH and CHESTNUT. Louisville, Ky. ! HORSES REQUIRE GOOD CARE WmbiHii(!ilif. .tl . I Animal In Pain Consumes Half More Feed to Do Same Work Fit Cellar Properly. T.hi li..ni fimiier full to n . dire tl.r lad efie. t nf sure luiiilder on liore 1 H tji The Secret of Success. Youth: "What is the fecrot of your succcs?" Prospcro.is Merchant: "It is not a secret. I tell it as often as I can, and every scnaible man can Ho as I did." Youth: "And what did you do'" Prosperous Merchant: "I saved my money first a penny at a time in a little home bank until ! had enough to open a savings account at the bank. Then I added to the account every cent I could spare, Almost before I realized it I had saved enough with what the bank was willinc to lend me to open n sman ousincss. rrom then on my success was rapid." r.L it if ,.i(r.7 l'.-i- WE WANT SALESMEN If you nav ability as a .alisumi.. and j'lOO to put into merrhaHdise. here is your opportunity. Our line is not new. It has been on '.he market for years but ha never fueii intro .'need In your territory. Many of our distributors make several hundred dollars a month. Our unique sales plan and our special aHtancc, together with our quality goods, make it en.v for you U start in - ...iU i LT' " f II tlit ml AW Vx-x V, ' i Lc' V ' "'V's j ' limine. We a widely known concern, located m SoMa Hinl. Indiana. Wu lia.e a special plan fur placias otr !iati In your terrifory, awl want n man to leprosnmt u. NOW. are Some mail in your territory 1 going to accent our Srpi-liot- i and get started in a splendid paying and mttrhty Saw busj. f. 9fi wwdtl be HiHt In pain requires f loin to .'II mt li'DI inure feill til pre iluie a glteii aln.miit of work 'Altlemi lo of Wight. Tbeie I in. nenl lor mi lllllllial tn lille Mre luillllliT i In- tollar I well llllid the biiinc. ate adjllted to pull ill Hie light angle n tlie .boulder, and the 'nllHr are kept ifeun. Vmnc Imri-e- f Jut start Ing lo work slioslld lime ilieir .belli It r washed Willi as.lt and water .ifter wink ami the wane .Imiiiil be v pi .ii I front under tin- "Har when at work. A little mtr wilt be will re fuld lali I IV l llruv. I i.i.iio I b.ie .'ill l3 W t &j b r3 E3 gj - .gr-illlm-- c I '..Met;... OUST BATHS IN HOT WEATHER lies. "Ifqualltvwas ARE YOU THE MAN? If you are. we have a real, clean cut. must rrpsUIoti we should like ti present to you. Are you interiMlcd in getting ahead, in maniac more money by Introducing n widely known line of PROVEN MERIT right into your .wn vicinity where you are well acquainted.' Your territory is open. Without in any way obligating yourself Mini at once for full particulars nbout the unusually profitable opportunity wo now have for yoj. and only $S0O nece.sary. No previous raporionco fJJ the wopcr Dartcry i, v,: pritvN Effective Mean, of Ridding Font's DcJy cf Verm, n ard Provides Cnjcyable Cxcrcfte. IbMi't u lint I lnrs:el v We Recharge timl Repair all makes ef DatttrUg . .. I li.-- r lul At -- Hie diiM CONN CONN f--i. P. 0. Box 737, South Sen-- , Indiana. In ke but il tie .ai.. .pailiil up ipi li- - lii.i- Klip in had nirllet of I be yapl tliem fne olii 'lUie. und ilmls Iilnl sprinkle tbem with waM' !lslill ery imm.ii. TIuhi ibe fowl ran Hule down mi tlie iiu.l, uio . vrili und iiuiileriiii Ibe i ITiii. of Inker uflerniMin's still. Iteli.' tills, (tie !u- -t lull! I. HIl efli'rll.e lainll. of rut i'Ui 'lo low I'. ImmIv of miiiiIii .mi .I'lliU tb fouls t.ilb elijoublt .'.WClM. 11 Ii.'iel 'Id. bait al) few I" uronnil 4 PER CENT ON TIME AND SAVINGS OE POSITS. The Garrard Bank & Trust Co f. the United States und all foreign countries. LANCASTER, KY. We sell travelers Cheques, which are kooiI in CI attended the monthly Intersil Of Grower. column charged rrceting of the city council and (S. On Hand. Seven Insertion, for the A. Aliliott. Secretary of the organ!Lexington. Ky., Nov. l'rire.l l II. f 1'tSr.lu I .t.:rI l...ft-l.irtl- t price of five A"... .if I.....I ... 'antion, nildrcsed the admini'tration i Illy lllrlc Kclll he did not Intend to permit! ing that .. I IL.1.1 . . . Vt.. .i.-- . ... ..n... ... . . .. i I., I. l i own .1 e on liehnlf of the ( ham her of Phone ordtrs must he paid Washlngtn, ms Ni.. 3, seuisnness ,o siau.i in m.Myy ih. Cnlle.1 Mite, I hp.irtnieui of ' requesting that four new way oi a marketing oranu , Arleiiluie n. el puoiic movemeni need of ittmliii: in II promptly that, while it might not l.e to TtU (.iviij in ganization of Kentucky tobacco grow. lengths of fid foot hoe he secured iiMnir, iitm's inr mmi'ii, i jBjnaMUMIEicuciaaacJivMaBVMVaMaKaVMi own personal interest a a vvnre. sutfli'leiit imsluruiie was prodllted lui . en was emphasized further toilny by to reilace the Jill) feet of defective f.mdsti an menue ..f -- , ,u),- cta,. hou.cmnn to supmirt the figure contained m tin- - quarterly re- coil attached to the lire department's. Sum. fapJ u,r ro0,,rr, for ,niiu The Council grunted atJv,. marketing plan of the Hurley ins on each xcre fur u limture ewe ' port on leaf tobacco he. i by the apparatus. m iimri iiwiiirti.-- , .'..1. u'u... n... i To,Bteo (;row,.r (....operative Am... This Is etilUiilent to hIkI'II two liit't ' jt ami dealer. showing this request an.l ordere.l the four manufacturer' Imcaster. IE It No, .1 .'iti Kirkpatrlck. of Cln- - mi nrre for h ih.ui of f.H- u il.iys. r f,n,i"' M that the total amount of tobacco held lengths of ho.e. and a ,equet was, two ami t.iielitilf sliffp 'Ji'iila) WA.VTKII:' To do short hand and cinnati, owner of tobacco warcl.ou.ca ".V hy tlietn lat October 1st. was 2".i",. aUo made that the City lire hydrant l1'1" . type writing. Phone U'.'lh. ,,' lK'""tel, a eonspielous color so t Virgin- , in Kentucky. Ohio and West 015,101! pound, more tn.ni the (,r (l ,,...., - Is niiirli Thi. itetre thmi Kugrne Cochran. 'n.iiuirv trade. Within I". has '"id that for the interest of foiild ! iMi.turiii:.- from amount they had on hand on Uh? ,m,t h,'-- "liflt I"' readily detected ,,,, ilitiiliiri grti". "( experience has two m..tilli. Mr. Ann. I cam. to Sid the tolmcro growers who have so cr.mii mi luii. I of tin- '" same ilnte in lt'20, and the amount ami WANTKO: - Pa. ture for .Ml rattle, , long ilone business with him audi tlllllf of I lull of hurley held October 1st, this year. demonstrated how time i frenuetit- - inj. who hml .iviuri Hint or stnlk field. Phone . trusted him, he elldop.es the market- - Ihf .temniH.-lt- l II...I In the lu- iJi.eru-lhunting or groping in the l'ie. Ware." pound.' the '.v say, either l.ve exceeds hy :.0.7r.l.i!i V A Lear. "fail are fitet. mill mil tin. e ilmil.l.i lug plan and thai, from the stand. l.ttt mil l.i.iii. ttiMii .nn hf utituliieil 17'.' dark for the nearest Are plug, stocks held hy nianufHcturejs and 1. Ill 2t. up. the iriili.leni Innle. I low ilu tuti ilu point of the grower, there is no from the IwM Ii'ih- - ;tm.- - pasture.. Tn" record as 'iit dealers on the corresponding date of IC I mi f,,r 'I (Wising this improvement, hut later ll..iiin I ij20, doutit in his mind as to the advau- - li.M.I lit Shlnei inileil In h iihhI,.i ilinr. KOIt SAI.I!: of rnHiart iltre n Id prtnliiie rows, Calves Two gooil milrh utU r " Mvt "ddre.s fntm I'resident tatltig wh). ami Unless the Kentucky tohacco grow- trl.il ii. .Ideirnek Hie tages of the plan. fmnt "Ji t ll.t . about two weeks old. p:i!nr : lavi.ln, the Council voted hiiril.-- ( loiiipliini'iii i tdMiie a Mr. Kirkp.it rick's endorsement ers nre protected l.v a strong co- - 111 Marion (lowle Hubble exchange. unanimously to allow the City lui lows an iuvestigntion of the plan m' tur that "ft iti marketing riu operating ornrtirtion ir this olTite. inn e.t ie iiiiilli.iHiIre .hnkiiirt use in Caltfornin and Is contane.l m iminteit a colisplcuoll these tiguies .in the oii.HIOH of ex- - ny.lruilts ti 'ausht. r. a Tetter to Jimtes ( Slti.n vi.i. h:nr pert of the Department f Agricul- - w,4,r Provided the expense was home POK SAI.K:-l'egter- ed lug type ,, s.miI k tmiii fi.f it er- - ...... ... ... ,, 'h"inl-of Common e. , ,!'".!!.". ''7 Poluiiil China honrs, pigs and gilts at ture. do not augur well for gml l,v "t.ii ii iu iiiK.tii.s.t.iuo H.llllllll.lT, " . iln'iiliil .Mr. An n,,,,", ' to ,.. Th' " 're prices on this year's crop. h,'" ' Mr s,t," farmer,' prwc Hikmiii rot hers. j,.., "r. f . irfH.e .n.-rlm- l night. The letter follows: If the present "dumping" method Prumirti any parking or nil.ntng wiui. II " ': - d Danville. K a r,""U!' of 1(1 ',''t "f ""' uf tM""' of marketing burley tobacco is con- "Cincinnati. (I. Oct. :.. I'.l'JI "It woke. u,r .ts ..Wnil you S.M.K . Kik hemp brakes tinueil, the tlgures showing inrrc.iMil rtr'' hydranls. and the Mayor sug. Crtniili.. l.eH.l .mJ.bkh. a Mr. James C Stonr. good as new -- l'.e une leusou. l.oxingtnu. Ky itocks in the hand of dealers and ',','d that the Chamber of Com- - iw l.e.it.mtli Inter "ilmi .d.iiiwt riin ' . Phone !. y ,,... Mr ston.-- . A. C llriulr) indicate that the '",,rr-- ' "ri'iwn- an ordinance emb.xly. f )ung Wnr.-- t VI. I --n. . .if. mh-manufacturers (,., and the Council dlgnltl.il. It .n-It 'It m. M ywUf prices offered for the prcent crop nm ,,nr,1MC ..me for u' 1.1:,. will I ven lower than the pn.e. vmi frm CuMfort.ia KOIt SAI.K: Some clwie Huff the value f ,e oirercd last year. Jh.. City authoritiei also; l eglmrns. White I hamber of Commerce re.iu.-steand Khod" , 5ul. (Irtnimtntin Report Show. Holdini. Of cmrw. tins w.ri..n,r. i!rlrtiil. "SMtH-- t I. U and lied Cxrkcral It. .. Price, "i ordinance which they ,...,.f,-,h,- ukl be against m mlero-- t a. The report shows 1,3 J7. 1.1'..7.T- -' to frieml il ' iri... t It l --'t Hl. Paint l.ek. K. It. !! I that's would put our pounds of leaf tobacco held last Or- - considered applicable to .ill )tdlcY hihI .rt,re '(ilil CI.-.,li Ml.. Ansell 4n.sl ike slf hwiiot. out of cumti.ian. but ...ill. tober I, compared with l.tlT.lliU nml v'"ders wh now for the meager Sew l.ugg' at e'ost. second band h .i..li.e .ntilln; .mc ml " vvur'' " l'rwit which H MV own M.n.hne4 i pound held last July 1. with 1.S18,- - um u over wagun. second hand stove, cheap "H n m oi. T.Kl.'JfiS pounds held April 1. and enables them to Hike po..eion of ""l" .he .1I l.l. rtme my lt.ire for anything that Mil. New sin..- - at rtsluced pnees . . ......... ... ... ,L..- .vuun. nuu- fliT" .tmH.sl id. ... . .... . Many "l h.inefit the farmer-- , und growers tie- - " wiin I .J .;.L'4.ii;m poumls I ll ..II. titaj Htl Alt-artlrles Jt rust. Come in and get "VH. 4U' "n,i "" "ut-.if- s of low- pric- (HHfl.'cu oi nrown The amount held tober 1. IH'JO. (aunt). (Ihie ki... It" your share J. It. MOt'XT A- :o. f inferior r October 1, this year included l.IlM,- - '", niervhnnrfi SI.Iih-- . art. all ray fri.n4s and the Mjr 4' I...H mmtIi tin. elln unit), i fjti.it. voicing pounds' of unstemmed and 'rhe Chamber of Commerce 77l.00:t h. n. him m.ill .lie went nwa.t to iiurit- -t lot of men tbat ran rrght.eii month old Hill .SAI.K 'I s in- -' ii,. r. ii... .1 I. . ,.H ,m' of the local men-hant-s ...iim. frlentl. m oHe n dllnrt.f found anywhsre in the 1'mte.l States lilo.OtJhJJl. pounds of stemmed. .ml. i ..!. iii a. Ilic u.' iimlr 1'olaml China Inwir. Ilig Type, an exi, Hurley tobacco held by manufac- - ''cbeving a greater licen.e fee should I- I- kepi .m .irflHnc Hut thr. iMiuht m)HHi. f paand. of toboc ,rJi llo-r,r good one; gow.1 gentle buggy I. H iimrli . ln.i.e nf er .e.H .Int. i .W ...ulnt In ro from them, and, m far a. I remem- turers and dea ers ast October 1. "- - ""cnwi in ini. so mat in.- - city It I. itwtre. iu.t the one for school rhil i. nl in .MC.icni miHiib. 1r ' -' "- ' lrhe a revenue from. ,..r. ,.v..r had failed to dellter pounds.,"' to .f.M..i:,l'.l.-.- 7 amounte fhleflj M"..n iw H.- a- .nn- - ..f Imt- - .Iron ; w dnit-- Plymouth Itork nul- of a . - me according to our verb- - Iihc or a sufficient; ;;;;:;,:::,,,;;J::;.'':h:i;,;',V1 . r..t. re.l. -t. compare with ..7..;,i-'.0!)r- . pound, " the pr.i.-.- l rU; Hllr tlotvH .rmuli1 ita,i ..... , 1...1.1 e the eost of this occupa-,,,- ,, ... s All the rr.. ,.,, Mr AHSr al agreement I tnm yu will b,. log ,n l. uMnL. iiriu last July 1. with .'Itttt.OOl.CyO mtrea-f,.rlnul,. ,H)tl liceiwe might tend to makf i.tt,i U,M '"r "f "'t mi'- , ,tU ,. ,wrt,B:.. pounds held last April 1. and with . i.. able to say tothem: thnt if u state u"'1 H ..- -l .llUMtalsil the pnictKe almo.t prohibits e. of .. r.7.7H!l.4K!l nn..n,L h..l.l (nl,.. lii l.i. ..HI... ..ill. ImlLv ......4... .mvthio. 1 ....... - t...u t .hi f I" s.Suv,a 1 i o'.s.na rew .w I tic t ity ahivrmen were We need aitvised in hi. bitiol Veral gin.l men to sell iy0. m.t to be correct, tkot any pie,.- , . M rM .Sinner irwing machine, and collrct i. v.... regarding the ndviahllitv of three' "See lier.-- . Ware. mey make win not tie lilnillHg. MIC llttl the - .; "lit ..f .be l..t.. for "There is no .loubi in my mind a for fall U.IIhc. In fi.t tsiiiilliluii on aceountt- - (...od ujiportunities for tucky and Tennessee districts, which "'nhway stt:. announcing the roads r "" """' HCS-- lli .. ,..1,.11.. 4IIUMUtMt,tUll'.'i Ulltt IICMI an.l ciur-- e to the follow im" eities l"1" I'or full particular,. to the ailvaHtage of ell- iii'ii) The " r ;iii.l laml.s w.ie bH .ur' advancement i ' avrracfs iri.in our iiinnior. IMg. If '.Jr , ers last October 1, totaled U50.310,- - "noxville. by way of ( rab Orchard. '"t" , the Asocial... is comluct- - Ur.-.- l S..hHhI.. i.. ..f n... ewe, .N...r (i Singer Sewing Machine Co., M, iwunm. compared with .lor..v),J3,-- ; v l01nri lo ,,. t'd un a sane, sound, honest and ecu. '"Ling html., te.eive.1 a Istlf H'Uti.l of Summct and Lexington by wny i,,.,,. , ,nnhrr , .,..,, fnalty. nomiral basis, which, of course, zraln.n.li '!' mull Miii in ami" Ik:I pound held lust July 1, with'""1 Danville, Ky. , mliiil :i()7,'.'K.r..riOO pounds held last April 01 "rvantsville ami Mcholasville. joii." means that evervhodv will 1... trent- - Uu,i "f ''" ettrl H)l! SAI.K Oil ItKNT: Carare K " dur Sidney a. Iiniiien.elv pl. at e.l exactly alike, no difference wheth- - """i ' ' 1, and ""' 0I"n'"1 of the t ity Council with 'J83,18.,U1 pounds vv line All lb.- - on Public Square. an i in way at ,.r m. na, , ouu iiie was ittvi.le.l Pos.ei.ion given ... the held October 1, 1220. -- H ,fc,"u .a. ,...rM.i January' lt.. I1'22. Addre-. ity of these highway notice, an.l tht-- t v:" "dinr man, Two Weight, Reported wet. f niiif rulli I liriiiiFlmiil lung ... . i Allie Arnold. appointed a committee to as. him a. he tian waitlnir for l.ii Leaf tobacco on hand October pa.. 11 rarrte.) n ...' s.ni.n.w in .nii'iiiaiing no.-- r far illr Colorado Springs, Colo. 1121, includes 1. 1715,8.--. 1.5 11 pounds. c,'r,i,,n the cost of the said signs. grant- - ol tohacco. no llie '"tile i.M(M h.iiuiIIj k.hik,i wtml.l g n cii.tiiiitlv (Inniliig ' ' Care of S.h.M.1 for the Deaf. for which the "marked weight" trt.wu i..reieitiey liehlrid Ii'iii Suddenly, difference whether he Is buying one lMIH'' .lie. . it wu .iHi.nlrrnl I tin I 7t.) f.iMnh a. inii.li as a (weight at time it was parked or If fear In. plreil. ilie .irnnrrr ran hogshead or .0,00l) hogsheads; and " BUENA VISTA i. ""d fler ll.ui to the iuttiiir Ifnln kii.I swung up the that nn extravagant salaries be paid hMled)wus reported, and 370,587,221 "nt" J"f .. Illtl I l.l a f ."Ol Iron li.il.lrr of a frrlcht mr Roosters pounds for which the "actual weit-ht-" Sale Mrs. Kettle Hill, of near linca- to any one. If this is carried out I'll! I'.lH 1,1 ,...,,g .afe tt'ju rerinrt..,! t,r r..i..,ttlt tuti.l.. i. vi-- ft in ihl niti llppett from . hi. lil.M .he .althe. ,,ut wharVW White Wyandot- - "Pure llred" Ken. Kru.p. The ihhii the 1 he corresponding Association will be a great sucamounts in- lie ta j. ... i.,i lii 111. le a uiovemrnt a. If I.. tucky Experiment Station .Strain, Grnaine Kanawha .all be.t for1 eluded for 1920. were S82.5C4,83C iue.1 cess. good utility hints. I'litler Hi.- - tiHiilitlon. t.f ilil. Hudson A Farnau.l after It. Then a dm...- ar... mrM turi noun, Is. reanert ve. "With kindest regards, 'I nm. ami .IHM.U5ll.71M it. Impel htm to tli- - hIIkt nlleriu.tlve liieiil tall ...wu wlieul all. I spring Mrs. Koran Mallard. Mr ()rio" Mc.Murtry of Polly' A piilleeniitli f1lll.il III. n e p ly; for July 1. 11)21.' 1.250.069.857 M. I -- ow,, Kirkpatrick." titBs of oat. ami t.rUer .(lo(l). K0anUvlle. Ky, a 'm,rl viil to (;i'ori:i' - of and m.,347,312 pounds, respective! arr.. ami Slilm. after wnllllig it the ratit'j hu.l.rl. per arrr ,own- a inliiille .ir two, pit k.-up the .at. hel Iibve Iks ii in... I .iiil.fa.'liir.v fur graz ly. and for April 1. 1921. 1,372,241.- It Can't yBt Don. ' iilil.tri.ele Exchange. II.. pl.ii.il the "ill. Soy t.ur. and 4 Ilj,.r3!l.0fi2 It Is nil right l.. ... evactlr wliat '"S In .I'd'S ami earij suimner pounds, re- Mr. Charlie lon recently went to (f id,, rtiepll.ni ball n li In a lorm-' spectlvt-ly- . Ituf ...i are (i.lnr' to I.eitii are Usui) tia' KDOlli: alndll III. An exchange of good things for Nirholnsville, when- - he will visit his wn. .down Int.. the limi-- r l.v n .erv you think. mltlill.- - of July anil fiirnl.li nin.t ol l 11111 .if V.illl lltn.. In IIim I.,... your Thanksgiving dinner will be Allowunce should be made for j friends. ... v .1... r..i ...,ii H.4..I.... Then It dr..p..M entlit-lfrom i.... mil i,ii..itl i:i,.,ulrer l Minnkagc on me amounts for which SlVf Xv. 23til tin., m.al and Hie ino.t full ...wi. wli.nt a.i.l 'rye have Mr. W. II. Krown and familv spent his mind. Cakes, chicken, etc markedI weight was reported r or- - .... , . ... ., , Mi.IMr put Mr Antell renhil ga.-.- t 'n llM'it mint. IliiHIcIt l.ll.- - .etlllllg. ol Sood Adv.ca. nunuav wiin .Mr. ami .Mrs. r.iisna In M I.rlrlite.t tii...l. Mrs. J. C Itiibluson's iler to ascertain the actual weight. II . "When some .me lienves a r.'k al .Hill and Velvet I.. jii Weie iim-- i III When Sldii.'V mii. .down up to Ii). your The total for October 1, 1921, in- II.IH for l he fir. I lime mi Vj acre. Division of the C W. It. M. sunt l in le Kln. "ilnn t waa ... l.l. ..ipt.rl... I... ?......! .1... .".-.i.-- i eludes 1,381,771,003 poumls of un- Mr. IJeuben Naylor and Mr. V. K. . ....... , nn r.ra iop tire." ., - lime heat In' It hack Keri. rllmbln . ..i i on a . ..nn i r,, ui. i .in.,,,4: in. ,,'n","- stemmed and lf!5,l!(i8,729 pound, of 1'uble made a business trip to miu.e it r,.r n ie W .(..i.e.- Notice It to urvniit ... I.l.'iitjy hail .ii...-- n i The iiiiiuIht t.f Uys of rrusing from cinnati recently. leaf tobacco. tin .'iitjttii.t of bl. all'libbt vl.lt. All persons having claims against acre l .11. li . rop lu inr.i n 11s Wattsd. "I wtniiler w lint's In ItT inii..il SidMr. Charlie Kutledge has gone to u ture value tht- - estate of It. II. Tomliuson, de- S'tilall lll.V "WIlMls Hi- - t.e of follows. tnl.'Ulal.'.l 011 11 LOYD. ney. "l It locked? V... I .hilar. "' the mountains for u few day's vi.it .... l. .n,l. I.af.irr t en to tut one luutlire ee cea.eil, are requested to prove same Me sinr.il hitr.l h the .iiteln-- l eiiio.- - .r.l.l,... fri,,"'U' school, mot her'- I'm not one of thooo Mrs. Pendleton was the guest of'wi,h Itsys "pell. Isya as required under statutes and file same with us at once. who are alwiijs raLllir them V Mr. and Mr. Sim Kay Sunday. Mr. Klbott Upton, who receiv.il a IU "A l.urslar'' kit'" t.iir.t forth Sid14 l'uM-4- . .. Ml VlUlfa Imili. All those knowing themselves . I, ,r , . ,1.... .....-I- . Vi hurt bv an uuto last week is doing ney. IUI. 4Ih1 -- J il llsrl.) .. .M...I ..n.l.'l Sidney put out the debtetl to said estate will plea.e call nml .at at nicely at this writing ..... . ... ;.: - Ity .... ...I Wlirat .. Mlittr Formtrly a Title. il k, I.... I. neiier ill mis w riling. uui is wlmlow of III.- - lle..lg r.H.Ill the , at once and settle mine. A man la called "Mr" for a reason Mn U'lll!..... Vim.. , .... . ul.li! Mr. and Mrs. Allie . Williams, of f ih" .nit.- - tt. think f Delia II" that dates buck to the lime when men Carrurd Hunk A- Trust Co., TYPES OF BABY BEEF COWS ''""y ",'". i n.lx-A iniawiire. i,..r .t....r Mr. I I. Mi,. T,... land Mrs. Terryl''nt Sunday with Mr. mil. I have fnll.-l-III th.' oilier Adm. It. II. Tonilinsou. dereaed. were calle.1 hy their Christian names. light Crutrhlield si till of tii:irtlnint Certain persons who hud learned and day. I Tin- - little daughter of Mr. Pence .iwaLi'lu.l It lit. Slilnev satv twit men. practiced n trade, or "mystery," and Thrte Impoitant Factors. Should Be ) Mr. and .Mrs. and. Sebastian Kept In Mind In Making Stlrc-tio- n York is suffering with corrosive burns ..lie Iiolilliic a dnfk liimeiii, lis rti) were fon.ldered of a higher rank than Lime, Sand, Cement, Kock, Brick. mil visited relative on Poor Itidge; at Brttdm. iluwn llUI llit- - oi-i- i .aleliel common farm hands, hud "mister" p. of the mouth, cau.ed by swallowing Hudson A Farnau, '(int. of i.nr kind." Mike on.- - t.f th. piled to .SuHd.iy. their names as a title of lye. " ' III .lifting i oh 1. from w III. It Imliy .Mm Charti McMilllau and baby "Sny." i.ri.ke ll the ..I her V.helllellt beef . to lie piolu-i- . ha., been thtet very lui- - , Honor the guest in thy Iioiim-- . le.t Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. j Miss Mabel Mayes, who !K'nt poriaut fn.ion .hoiild In kepi In he come not again, Alaska's Fins Scants. iUlte III lit tilt .St. Joseph Hospital, l.v. "I klii.n who Iim..- - ii.iJ. Iielong With the elcepllou of h few- arras In inln.l: where she was taking her course in lis Dark Derry. lie", here or torn lug here, nml It's Ills lb." Mr. and Mrs. J. II Kay wen- the j Urains make the man, but the soul I. The tow. Iiniilil imvt at lea. I Ibe Cook Inlet legion, the topograph r,.tUM,ed hum. for tTlinin.. "What about li e IiihiIv U.mi.I, of Chugacli forest In Alaska Is e- - a fair iimoimt of uests of Mr ami Mr.. Wm. Kay I'nie lof woman Is her chief attraction. , i 'Hand. nfT- - I won't Interfere with ceedlngly rug.-t- . the miMiutaliis often briils nr. noi bill two ..1 Tuesday. .1 king pid." " rising abruptly from Hie sea. On three t r . f ail. h breetllng Is e Mrs. Squire T. Wliittaker and r. The two men (eft the nsiio , aka selillul Kesurreclloii bay the towerliiK t'ous with a preonil.niiic You Mm. Ollie Illack visited Mrs. I.. L. ute Inlrr Sidney saw ihrm uuike off I seem to reach lulu heaven. The timber of ilulr) IiI.mhI will noi do for the pro Matthew Monday. If you have the "blues" read the , ilu lawn lie went dimn line Ii usually at an elevuthm of about illlclloii of baby iHi'f OF ALL KINDS OF HARDY Psalm, 2,000 feet; nhovo this rise barren, gla- .tnlrs Mr. ami Mrs. Win. S. Kay and Twenty-sevent2. Cowa l.ri Miite l.ir Ihls ut 'l li il hand and ftut v. lilt h ek In rmteil peaks ranging from .'t.usi te breeditig lf "ur pocketbook is empty, lead baby, Charlotte A spent the week-enl. null) welsh '.sal piNltids or TREES, SHRUBS, HEDGE, ...fit h.(MI0 feet In etevuiloii. his in. .111I1. lay Mr. A11s.ll 1.11 t,u' Thirty-seventPsalm. over In thrifty bruiting comlllioti, So with Mr. and Mr. S. N. Sandent. GRAPE VINES, ROSES, A safe stood open, and .pr.-aout on loug us .iirly maturity Is imi sacrl 'K,"",V1 ,t''," ""V"'1 Mrs. Wm. S. Kay an.l baby, Char- Ii elolh tiet-ii. lewelry, lluihts Worth Money, ttced, the lienvler ciiwh art the moat PERENNIALS, EVER. lotte A., .pent the dav with Mrs.l" V'' money, Imiii.I.. Are you one of those unfortunate suitable priHlucthui for l.uliy beef ou are .llicourwe.l about your I would I people who gel very reil 011 occasion GREENS, ETC. "Another ten iiiluu'e. nii.l Marshal Kay Thursday. Sire of triune rather than weight work read the One Hundred and have clinked I" death the particularly when It makes It all the lionlil eoMTii lu seliH'ilng cows which is in out- - intu. Ballard. Obelisk flour always givoa Twenty-sixt- when P.alin. re euihurrasslng? Hut lu the rase of inrigiiiil.relea.r.l afler Sidney atitfMtion. If you want Met. liHt an.l Ktil.le U f ou UM. oul uf ofU rt.a, hail explained matters "If they had women, nl least, there I an alleviat , . . onir l.sek for Hint I would cake or a Boo4 loaf of bread USEiTwelth Chapter of Hebrew. iluiid.-ing clrcuiiistnnre. In some countries Interested heeVea .lionlil prodil'is rtiolliill III I Ikt KKKE to every one sack tooUy. Toil're OBELISK. Try a blusli Is worth good luuiiey, lu the It. kn-f you uu. 0ln( confi,t.llVl. in hnvr l.eeu f'.IMkal the loser the calve fat and growing in Rood nursery stock. a young hrlglii frllow. Wan-.- " slave market Clrcaaslan Hudsea A Faraay. , mi. rt.a, tu. Thirteenth Chapter of 111111I1 addllioiiHl fe.il up to No URl'lltS. Sidney only smiled, He was an woman who has the gift or blushing without Mrs. Wm. S. Kay and Mrs. Ollie First Corinthians. weaning time. brUhl that, with uiih' fulj hlesslaf. fetches a much higher price than the Clack and babies spent Friday with! If you can't haw your way in cv- - he wedtlrd lu addition to these thnv factora, H. F. HILLENMEYER & SONS Delia a year later, ethers. So there Is oae (axrt of the Mrs. L. L. Matthew and Miss Alice erything keep silent and read the lie smiled then. In love with aM Ik world at least where this Is an asset aiirh Iblugs na ii.uatllutloii. unlfona Ky. Ity of hretillug, color, .lie and early fj.29-8t.-lidKay in the evening. j Third Chapter of James. and nut a liability. world, but particularly wtih the .) ueaturlty should bo htvely bride be bad wm. pu.-f.v111 Com-mere. I " ' MARKETING BODY Chamber Of Commerce Notes. NEED STRESSED Mon My evening Nov. 7th. the Quarterly Leaf Report executive committee of the Chamber David of Commerce, including Shows Great Surplus son, President, A. I). Joseph, Farami directors W C. M. Thompson and (!. It. Of Tobacco Now Inau, !. A 1 The Central Racord. Lancatr Ky. Thursday, Nov KIRKPATRICK fs 10, 1921. Smiled Hit Way to Success HAROLD 3INCLAIRE. For Burley Warhoaoinan Believe, Plan. In Threo LIVESTOCK ( Well Known I RMn - NEWS ) ! . RATES. ( t, - Itll, trili, Ware W'.l.m Shine) ne .(,. Stale. Co.oMrativa TEMPORARY SHEEP PASTURES fttiutto of Expsnmtnt Ml it by Do-psrtment of Aghculturt an 30. Acre field in Marland. start.il not .. '' .. world with one a Malle. It wii true lh.it he il m pair of e.pt-- i hilly bright, merry eye to llli-- l Itie effects of it hillulilni; It- mark or n thcerful itr.i'lltig. and the Kener.il eprclnii ui hi. fmv w.t front, and friendly SIltlL.t .1. t ... .llll..t l.l. ..... shipping r.N.ni of tlie I.Ik inert l.tu.l..e I,,.,,,,, of Aimell A r... unit ,.ft Its ill.fnu.nlaif when thetr came an mil... proinotlou In. lib of n weeU " had even the ley. Malel, t hief sic ' " ''''"'V.'1, " 'V: '. ....... . VII , I'll' I -- MIH- "VV"' lltt'l Ion-ma- In Ihe hti.i le h.-i- . It was Marketing Will Be To Beit Siiitrte insertion Ic a word Nu ad taken for lets than '0e In thi ' column. No ad. In thia ie. - "t ,T po-ltl- -- t. I l ei-rlUleii- '"" 1 , l , '"T - ,.,.,. .... ... 1 - - fln- l.M-i- ,... : "'''t d ?J ."l"' , '''' j'.linwnllnB ,.. I.oj-hor- . l.e r,-- 1 ht-lt- ,l - n.-..- Tf - i h. - e ' J"' n h- . ,,,. - .ii tl...f - .... t. '"l'l ..i.,,. . ,. ,, ni-I.- "' -- a.l ,.,. l,)!'or ,, .,, ".' V l.te.-,lu.- g ,, rj ! -- l j tr (9-8-- 1 , ,,.. I - .f.r. .li-a- ".'"' '', ' tj. For rri fr . In-- r ... ,,t.i, Sllt-lll- IWW' 1 I,-- -- ii.-- ii- j I J j j j . I . 3- - ! 1 1 ili-ni- 11 iii.-i- 1 '. - I iluivii-tnlrs- U-e- ii.i'i-..iir)- What h h Read. - Fall Planting. J j ; d l.c 11 " " ' .1 n e f4 h r "7 :: ' T'i In-l- ine Lxigtii,