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HEIDAL SANFORD GARRARD DO NOT CENSURE YOUR NEIGHBOR POST CELEBRATES For Kxereisinjc LEBANON GYMNASIUM GOES BOUNCING OVER Needed At The L. H. S. SWAMPED . The, Two Ball Games In The. The Greatest Of All Campaigns Come. To A Afternoon Right You Reserve Successful Close With Garrard On The Imlmoriai. services at nic.ih To Yourself To Right Side Of The Ledger. Vote As He Chooses. ! I . Kiiildinj?. ! Coach Ue Carrier's . Men Member of tin Heidal Suufnrd Legion .clehrnti.d Post American 'Armistice celebration In Ij.ncH.ter Friday with two big hull games and! One of " ' the hardest worked rum- School Auditorium that "I lmot a sacred ... the fonrtllu. imIrih fvrr iminrhtxi in Ciirriini, Record Laboring i,h -- ' rot9i "'"I "' Th'j t.onnl right to "Worship Cod It. what- - """l ,, ,... ,.. vv:l. v,hn departed brother day night, and when nil contract Diff ictltlies. .,,v,t mnnrr your con'l,,.r,lly. sided affair and Coach Carrier in the th" 1... i I .. Aj"' lu,,r.m, "'rrinr" tale,." I tin- - constitutional right of. nun imtti iirvuuriiu I mr ...i.l. ..II im- nun u i i forme(, ,, ,.nn. mw ,,.. ti.. .... . Ml hnIf .. "" Every permm ha the right suffrage uf t'rntcfii prrHncU in thr' in har.l " arul shove.l in all of hi necon.l strini: lurk the .pint few week. Starting promptly i.t 12: n tin figure twld , ... .1,.. ,,....... nn.l it I ... ., , that Carrtird (bounty had,.. .winter came in the school men to how well they could pre of the County r w,f"' do.- sikM1,.H h,.r ,mrt of ,0(JI,C0 in the, not our province to censure for their, ,f hw A..i.,hC-- :Square, where they n.arrhe.! on iom unnwiiw. not A ..... r..i M.'.l M..,t..,i.. manner of exerrismg that riKlit ........ ... I . . .1. t at II i know po.itixely when he will he Touchdown were made at will ", .1 11 Some people ale what imr rho..,e j' ,0fntin tlmt wa. itarted here ...,me to returi. During hi alxenre. ahle The Mercer Chamber of Com- - during the itanie nnd imut every man .Mr. (hey " f,.w Wonth ago. to call "hide bound." that . , .. of at to 0. ... Sh.llllll (Seorue Smith, who ran always he de-- ; nierre N ioiiir to put on a hiir Mid- - dlptayed that he could be counted ..... them li the . i. .....ii... , " ,nT pen ipon to Hi.t u. .., time of Winter Agricultural l air in one of I.upon to advance the pig ,Un when- ., . wa , ,. followed The .econ.l Knme ... i .1 i .... , iiiiih in n I, hail the misfortune to ncverely ' the large tobacco warehouse in liar-'eviHririsriTm mi lumur ( iuru ir inn called upon. The Captain at- ..... - ...... ...t n .....ar. . I.... ta...l iini... ...iw.en me ,i.r..np ...rtv. nn.l that M 111.... ..f .1 ' I. aa raa.1 ailill r i "" 1......... I... ai.nL'l.. nam. nnn .. r. 1... .........! atlirtilli ...at ........ ..i...I ..'- - ..'i.iiu. ..... .ItN.t. nnn nuiiii ........ I.l ..a... Tl... famtitafl f.n.. ..... LikU .ln.it.. .1... fl- Mil I in . lt I'...... WOO ..."IIW.I. . . , .. .,. ... ."um.ng .,. ..uer their right ; mine' people draw p.irt ' IHKn to get a rea.on.ible .."... , IHK . l iioom-mini .u.. nnj jar.i .me oui me ""in rnmr .. . . l.eimnon III la.i ny me uverwneim-- i pr H line only in national rare, or where. for their toharro. to ittaluluei Kin ha been ronlln.il in li r.wim that there are manv farm nroduct ' ball feu Miort hv about T feet. n.,. ........ ..f Iii ... n ' th,. ,,rtce of the weed an.l thu pro- , ... u . . party i,.ue are Involvwl. while th- ', .. ... Thl. -- , . er ..te a. their .o.i.r.encr ma mte better living ronditloi... .u.....,.. K.i.i, , .J,.. .m r lr ti r..v ,i. .lav', ,. ,. ... . -. , Judge Itobvrt Worth Ilingham, the' ... dirtat. .. irrespective of .part) line., .... a... -l pttu, t , .. . ...r i.eu ..liner .. utrti.i.i.j nutt. riitsimitiiun. on ..... n ... n t titii.ur...., v ocnraiia milliner?. ....iiH.ii. .... rrowtl . ..... -. . ttntt iitt'. t .. and jtttit ti.iii nit. t tw. f m. .... , l.ohin.'on, noweer ,na. iicen . .. equal . oc- - l. .. a..li I.. .. ThtfinpMill ilclHcrnl the i.t.ut'i t.i int. loniiwing ucin.: I ooacco, corn, niiuernon, i.awson. Hilly lte ferting to choHe frmii aiiiong the given both bin time and tnonc) for Kavanaugh, Hlliott, ctmioii an.l the Iterord ha come out wheat, rye, oat, barley, hemp, pump-- i Crutchlield, addle., of the evening at the High the raue Mated ean.liduteK of both partle Midi men hi. Ian speech' a. regularly and in a good bnpe as kinn, kerhow.. turnip, cabbage,, llrntton, Stapp, V. (iantineau, II. Cox, in He paid high I will make the be.t of-- Sfhw' Audllonum. tliat he wanted to take the women a they think (if the entire forre vva up and work- - Irish M)tati. butter, cream, tlour, Speaks, ilrnvvn, Haselden and San- to the rervlre men and made rf rlcrri.. There are a great many pew-- , tribute rhllIn.n, ul . of , , . Kentucky '"IK meal, and poultry There will alto .ford. ., time ... ., .. . la mo.t excellent addre. . 1.1 mum) ii'-- ( 11 io.im wno now inn. , pie, ieriu.i) looarro .airu, anil be a merchant' and manufacturer' Heferee Miller. I cnMted of .everal , .)(. Jlr '" ,,u,Mlnr! whom they hp prefer to vote for th display. Kntrien free to all. A.L Umpire . . A Caddy. rendered by the ....iig ,,, .beautiful ,(). PMr.1(.sl n.nl ,,ulW.j con r their friend.. . iiii.ion free an.l free lunch will be Head llnemau Wilmot. c,,"1' ig.. A hamlMime marble .h.ift ha. Ju.t! None of the.e variou. method, have ,m K"1'- r,Uu ' served. All out of town tobacco en- - Time Quarters K 'luarnue we the right to ren.ure or condemn To (( (;,,rruri, w.r , thi, n,vc. heeii placed at the gavre of Hev. trie must be in the day previous or m- '",v W 'K.T. ! We muit vwich.afe to everyone the1 Mvnt WH no i,t,. ,a,k an( it r,..(;eorge O. Ilurnen. the beloved Ken-rig- by f A. M., morning of exhibit, Tobacco wonder opened and cloe. the meet-- , urri.,, t))(. 'tufky whb.e memory i yet Any which we reserve t oumlve. coo,,.riton f ..yervone county may enter competition ing h) pn.v.r aav ... .a . aml It was the interest that wa. put 'lear to the heart of many bincis. a Mercer county wishes it""-- 1 tti tttat' J for her citi- Yield Is Small man. or u wenuin, llrrau.e into this work to make it a go. not'ter.... people .......t ... .....- am- ..... I.. ... . t... t at, nI. O. O. F. life ut'.t li.iii.ucis Ul .1... I ha. It1a.m.rl;i ta... .,.......1 1... ......it t "iinr lo.lire" or "mir church." j only did the farmerV of the rounty iarm The premium lit already Estimated At 327,250,000 Pounds and we are a candidate for office, th,',r c',v ',r,)th- - lar subscription, and wa raised prin- - amounts to 51.000. The heaviest hat,' Lodnec'""1 who ' ero. Quality Shows Improvement. we are not of a n.i.'Mit) to expect rallied to the rnie when- - cipally through the effort, of Kd. C prizes are on tobacco and corn, " Mr lie.irjje .Smith. Jr in in Mav-..v,.r railed upon Owing to the Walton, of Stanford, one of Uro. that they will nupport u. with their A big social event I being planned Ilarne. warmest friends and iidniir- - ' The preliminary estimate of KenI'crhap they deem someone vllle thi. week attending the Odd Kel. fart that Carrar.l raies o much vote. for the evening 0 tucky'. tobacco crop is placed at more lilted for the office to lows (Jrand Lodge as a reprecnta-- ' l,,co it required a little longer to I lodge .Mr, j j.et her to ign up. to put her in the One of the greatest and most uc pound. by thcUnitcd States which we aipire. or pcrhap. the oilier jtive from the local A a. Tl Department of Agriculture, comparcessful revival, ever held in Lanca.lIXCV,val claimant, in their ctiuiatitin. ha a Smith accompanied him for a vi.it to ..,,. ,a wjth her sister counties. ed with a production last year of , stronger claim than we to their suf- her ol.l home stated above everyone worked ter wa the one conducted by Ilro. Church. lli7,r.00,00(l and the uver-ag- e frage lie that a it may, they hadj .unceasingly to put thi. movement Harm.. whn thi i.l.l rntirt li.iti-- .. u'a.j a perfect right, and no right did, i FoX HlinterS lover, however, too much credit out- crowded at each meeting to hear hi.j llevival services began at the of 440,280,000 pound, accord-in- g of "Cod is love," and to the caster Chritian Church lat Sunday to figure received recently from . vote as they pleased Just a you, , not be given Judge Lewis 1.. Walk-haI and will lat through the Washington. a nif.it and did And above all. ,.r. County Chairman, and Mr. J. M. strain, of the little organ and thi" th. thing, do not allow politic to enThe quality of the crop is estimatwno n!U'' neglected all of xwvet voice of Mis Matte, many The annual meeting of the Kox K"rr!'Hev M. A Hart, of Danville is ed at 84 per cent a against last year. gender hard frelinif. or intrrfere with Hunter.' Association is In session at ' their I.USiness to devote their en- - were converted. "' preaching and Is delivering some The yield an ncre is placed nt 850 friendship., for politics Is chanifahle Crab Orchard, the meet to lat ten ire time to this, and It wa. their wonderful sermon, and i having pound compared with a ten-yetiering, and a strong friendship lays avand ampbell tSOV Beats About two hundred are in at untiring efforts that has made this , .... . . i it erage of 858 pounds. s noi ea.uy won nn.li snouiu not i.e l(.nitanf,.( wl(h 'arK' "owds. plan to work in Carrar.l, then too, t r .1 .,,.r thr Ur...,t V.om I leiu. Mi. Kathryn Warriner. of Uan For the country as a whole the HKMI lieiu, The) the County precinct chairmen An.l of dog ever een at a meeting I .. . . a. .h.( Tha.ra.fra U .In mat li..ri.lt ' V Campbell -w "f"1"!-- ' ttii- - n.iusic anil is 1021 tobacco production is estimated their a.istant, have worked and havel county junior agricul- " .weailier Is l.leai ami lovers of the I III feeling tow aril your fellow lo.lge-maat 1,020,874,000 pounds, compared tun.! club boy lu. demonstrated I "llin; '""fh tu tm' ''n' ,TV- chase from all direction, are enjoy- given the matter much attention with 1,502,064,000 last year and u or frllow churchman or your ing the meeting to thr fullest extent. l.tRH contract, were signed, innk-- j again that it i sometime possible ( ten-yeneighbor or friend because he or she average of 1,271,717,000. nig a total of .I.Snli.lP" pound, or for boys to produce better corn and did nut rote for your favorite candilivestock than their fathers by S'J's per cent. Mr Jas. A. Creen, age til'., a pro' The quality of the whole crop is C per Time Home date, but rather did just a you your The list of those who signed Mile, prescribed practice.. A re- perous farmer of Marcellus, died in cent under the average. self, voted as they choar. In Years. the last Kue will be found on page port .rom County Avent, H. K. Link a Lexington Hopital Wednesday New I .tale, in mol cases, me ilrrratetl cauill-- i I .Mr aden O Iturnside, who was ten of this issue. that one of the young corn from complication of disease.. Mr, date i.. an old hand at the game, and I , grower in the county produced more Creen wa a life long member of the FOR CHAMBER OF COMMERCE. last week for a short visit to his .? take his defeat philosophically, re- - there H. bushel, of corn- on an acre Christian Church of Pleasant Crove j than . brothers, Messrs. J. A. an.l Jno, , , .. ........ .1 I nr ia !tal i.. ...... inaaa .l (UN) . t.ll The Lancaster and Carrard Couniii. nii't iiiif. ,l Having I'tuted with the Christian Ili'rii.lde, has not visited the old Mr. C. C Harnett, the well known , when he may desire, to make another ty Chamber of Commercehave mov-e- d lUiNIT in wir church in his early boyhood days. uuMiiini it nike farmer uive u race, and the censuring of thoe will, home in eighteen years. He Is into their new rooms over the Mr Cieen leave three sisters, had run down to 1. oui. vllle to buy following illustrate of the difference failed to vote for him In hi late unier wa used in either cae. the dif- Mis. Hettie Creen and Mr. Carrct Puritan, foremrly occupied by Dr. in northern Indiana. He and his bos. in price, now and two years ago: successful try will most nssun-dlnot hd ference in yield being due to the ap- Wood of this city and Mrs, Kllis J A. Anion. run down to Louisville to buy Two years ago Mr .Harnett had be of material benefit to him in the The executive Secretary, Mr. Ab, "feeder." and took an extra day to occasion to have new rubber tire put plication of manure, the ue of good Stone, of Cincinnati, his wife having future seed aid correct cultivation, the re- preceded him to the grave some two bott will be found in his office at all run down here and see "Cinxer's" on hi buggy; be paid for the work The rlertinn is over Let us forport states. time and will be delighted to have years ago, with ten bushels of com and had one get It and nil of us endeavor to hold relative.. His remain will be buried in Dan- - you to drop in and see him. dollar balance left from what he up the hand of our new' officers, and Is 'llle tomorrow (Friday) at 11 o'clock. The Commercial Club that has refor the corn. Thl year he Yea, Brother, as good citiren, assist, them in the Election Goes cently been organized in thi county had occasion to have the same work performance of their duties, to the is now nt work and within u short Off Quietly. done on the name buggy, hut it took end that they may make as good oftime we will let the people of the .'10 bushels "cottage prayer meeting,' The of corn, The above has become a common the proceed of ficers a who we would have Mate know more about "The I.and Grows. which the ladies of Lexington street expression in Carrar.l countv lu late an.l left Mr. Harnett .10 cents lit the had in their ..lead, Of Now." have been conducting, hole. have been years, and the last election wa. no If one great and glorious pie was Moral- I'ool your tobacco, and you made of exception, there being not n fmras the Lancaster ItccordV temporarily suspended, through a Dressing On will doubtless be so pleased with the 102'- - pound pumpkin that is eight spirit of cooperation with the revival of any kind to mar the day at the Christian church We are sorry to note that other result that before your buggy again feet ill circumference it would sym- service you will have an op- bolize the prosperity America would The nieetngs will be resumed Im parts of the old Commonwealth were need S. Haselden, for Static SenJoe Mis Helen Harriman, Field Agent not .o fortunate, "llloody llrcathitt," portunity tu pool your corn, and the enjoy if labor dispute and lobbyists' mediately after the revival closes, ator, defeated Joe K. Kobinsou, the especially upholding her reputation, old two bushel price will return. projects were out of the way, and all the first one to be held with Mrs. C. in Clothing, from the University of democratic nominee, by lesa than 75, eight Kentucky, will speak nt the Woman's men killed and as many more hand hard at work, and everyone II. Ha.tlu out of a possible .10,000 or more Club room, Lancaster, on November wounded in election row in that Some singing at his work. Kx votes. It was a close race and Mr ! i ltith.. at 2:U0 o'clock on "lletter He Lost It. county. Mr. Luther It. Uancy brought to' Uobinson made a wonderful light. Dressing on "Smaller (Expenditure." I 111. John K. Walker, as good a ilemo Woman tint l.iuiir.t iitrlra mill if 1. mitt.. ..n The district went 1.40(1 republican Women throughout the county, who " t,VtT taml"''' un,l,'r ,h'' ro0- - are interested in clothe exhibition in our window, a plant of last year mid 700 the year before, Mn. Holly drown ha been easier ways came an ine way I rom .vussissip when women did nut Indulge in the curly Day the whiteindeed a mustard variety, ously ill at the home of her son, iter,to cnt hi ballot under the party of making clothe, and correct patwhich is right of suffrage Mr. Itobiiixiu is"whopper." The Postmaster K. I'. llrown, on Stan- pi urged to attend this meet tern emblem, but hi business affairs de- ing. are Several of the merchant of the plant is ;l feet tall and weighed '.'0 sues a manly card in his paper, the ford street, and her host of friend manded his return even city had their windows decorated in pounds, and would have made severbefore he l.uticatter lUcord .accepting defeat are hoping for her speedy recovery. and thanking thole who supported American Legion colon, last week al "messes" for a large sue family. "Mis. Dolly." us she is known to her could ascertain the result of the elecTime. However, defeat will not and him. It is unfortunate for thl. dis for "Armistice H.iy," Jocph' .vir. .uury iiourne ami .Mr. A. M. friends and udmirers. is one of the tion. deter him, and the next election will Train No. 2K running from Louis. trict that he was defeated, but ouce J. K. Ilirkersoii ami Sons were very Marida brought in two of the i.e.i known and most ladies mWng the same trip for the ville to Richmond and due here at turnips we have ever' , (;arnird county, h,r ,,,,'..,.,. isn't ul ways and twice is not forever. attractive, the other merchant, hnv. nirgrtl ,.( 10:51) ha changed time nnd will not ing (lag. and similar decoration seen andI. the line box of July Irnd. "U He will represent this district in the ,mr'"'t . and cheery word making a friend for keeping lu touch wth the day. reach lincaster until 12:00. No. potatoes grown by S. J. Iiourne her of everyone with whom "hc'Ctriiinc Senate yet, and may be ;i little Inter C- -J T.n A We are pleased to note that they would take the blue ribbon anywhere. ' 27 running from Richmond to Louiswill be governor uf the great.! of all t.lM,u.s i conUct. she has until very ville that wu due in Lancaster here, States. We hope so, any way. In- are thi. week decorating in honor of recently served us assistant i.ostmas. lianitamcnt of I'eace Con- 1 the High School, and Josephs have gross is under good headway, and tofore at :50 will not pass through terior Journal. Notice. ter in the Lancaster office. some very attractive high school col here until 2:50, diplomatic representatives from all Owning to the fact that the Recors with a large white button with Church Notes the countries holding membership ure ord force i expecting an invitation L, II. S. on same that they are sell Notice. in attendance, and it seems that all out to eat Turkey with some uf their Next Sunday, .November I'Oth, will ing at '..rcts. each Notice is hereby given that a 5 are earnestly striving to the end that Elect County In friend, we ask that all correinon be observed as Membership Kully per cent penalty goes on toxe. due dents have in their letters to reach u Day in the Haptist church, and it is wit.i the coming of Thanksgiving the Lancaster C House Busy. not later than Monday, and the mer- earnestly requested that every mem- "I'eace on earth, good wll toward railed School after Lincoln. Just about this time of year the chants ure asked to have their change ber be in attendance at each of the men' 'may have a deeper signtllcance. November 26, 1021. In order to avoid this penalty on your 1121 taxes Lincoln county did herarlf proud house hunter begins to get busy, seek- of ads to be in the office at the same servicrs. Sunday The lluckeye (.Iris' Sewing Club due the school see Miss Krankie School at 10:00 in thr recent electitt, election the ing a domicile for the coming year. time. o'clock; preaching service ami will give a play, entitled "The Rain- Kauffman, the Tax Collector, and entire democratic ticket with the ex- While there is no particular scarcity The Kecord next week will be pubat II o'clock. Then- - will bow Kimona" on Tuesday evening, make payment on or that ception of county judge. of dwelling for rent in Lancaster at lished on Wednesday. We ask that also be a Bible Study hour and busi- Nov. 22nd., at 7:30 o'clock, at the date. , Judtfe T. A. Rice, who hat served preMrit, yet the wary one are seek-in- g all of uur reader do not apeak at ness Session at 2:U o'clock. The Buckeye School Building. AdmisJ. K. Stormes, Chairman, Lincoln most acceptably as county mo suitable location, and be once,, to aik a to eat Thanksgiving young people's service at 6:15. A sion 15 ami 25cts. Proceeds to W. F, Champ, Secretary'. Judge, wa defeated by Ben I). Hell, fore the coming of the new year the dinner, we will accept the drat cordial welcome extended to all. be used for School Library, Kvery-bod- y Frankic KaulTmaTi, Tax republican. earch may become ao antimated one. William K. Klx, 1'a.tor. Invited. Collector. 2t. ' I ,lle-th'- Over y 82 1 Per Cent. - The Under i, ,i One of the most needed building now m n gyninlum that i Imilly needed nt the UiiraiitfrHlRhScho.il., Ue have all endorse.! athletic In the school an.l now n ha.l weather, w. non I... upon us an.l a the foot ball sea,,,,, i rapidly coming to n close basket hall will he the go I.. II. h. ran have two good team, an.l the ony thing that we nee.l is pracHco nn.l J"1"," l'1" Let get bn.v an.l put in some kind ' , -I , Al'e All Stai'S High School Foot Jlurnt.yo(I t(, I,.,.. KrWny nfu.rnooM , ,holr Mnrio Count. hon(1J ,utT,.r. inu with a 5 I to 0 defeat at the hand hj, f CilU Cox of ,,., Lebanon ,, unntt .,,,,, rJ ... ""'"" ' ' U:unci air. e .l' imm.-.l.-ie.- I iii a 1 hu rnii' -- th.-uev- e ' I ir 1 .,... 1 . ,...,.. . iir s 11 . ... . .... ' ir..n.nr- 1 1 rl( Fitting Tribute ! ... . I State's -- a. Attending j Grand ..i I i : ti-- i e Il'J".-250,00- D. ,ne - Christian ten-ye- At Crab Urchard d - " . n ... rameri vi, First Green. Eighteen Headquarters. Prices Fluctuate. - e .." - That The Kind Garrard Meeting Temporarily. the Haselden Has Small Majority. Better Smaller Expenditures. Mustard. Sorry Decorate For Armistice Splendid eri-Cr- Trains Change '''' ' r.nJ REPUBLICANS Judge Baptist Hunters Com-munlo- n e Th Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Nov 17 1021. SOUR MILK VERY WELSH & WISEMAN CO'S. USEFUL AS FOOD Has Some Foorf It Originally Had Because It Is Source of Lime (or Bone Building. LACTIC ACM) Earlier - Than - Usual Clearaway OF rrt a VIRGINIA IS HEALTHFUL, Clsbber Wr.olesom-b- Notables TURKISH The three greatest cigarette tobaccos, blending MILDNESS -MELLOWNESS-AROMA Ladies Tailored Suits backward season has caught us with a large oxorstm-tomorrow at tire line of the-o- garments go on A e k Relished ss Refreshing. nd'; Many People, Espe. petlelly If Served With Sugar . and Seet Cream. I i I nil"! 8lnl AKrtmlUri' "ArrMviiU "Ml happen III tin famHie ' I" plto f H fnit inrrfui ! - Hon from dtiM the Mi". ltilt o' flir or i irrn"4 mrnt tinof ! - lrt.' . of Lulles and Mi-w- s Suits and mir en- .oioiall.v turn .iri one-eleve- n cigarettes 20forl5 GUY. .Master Clarence Morula i Very Greatly Reduced Prices Our stock comprises a most extensive variety of smart, highly desirable Fur Trimmed and Plain Tailored models in Moussyne. l'ollyann. Duvet de haine, Tricotine and many other fine quality fnbrins. The sale will be continued from day to day until every Suit is disposed of: so you do not have to wait for .January prices, but can secure your new SUIT RIGHT NOW at usual end of the season priflds In good time for Thanksgiving wear. quite ill with pneumonia. Mr. Tom Ilarnei was the cuct Sunday of Mr. Gene Scott. Mr. Randolph I'oynter, of Stanford was a Sunday viitor here. Mr. J. P. Foley spent Sunday with Mr. and Mm. Jame Vantis. was the MU l.o Anna Osborn NEW WINTER COATS, PLAIN AND $25.00, $29.50, $45.00, FUR TRIMMED, $135. AT StMi liopoNnie'it "f AKrlrtil .otirio .. iMfniiM- it I Mill nf lime for lii'iH- - ImiIIiIIiiu. f protein for lU'iK- - ri'pnlr Lactic Acid Conaldcrrd Healthful whlrli hni- 'I In- - l.nrnrla linrmfiii. iMirinK mi' li u iriifrl) rnnil for. If tl milk wlilrh Mini flit- - fffii-- t of !! llii- of lio Imllc mlil In !', iiii to li Iho milk l li ruiiitot not lull Mum tli urinllk ( ilrtnk likp to iliMrn ililrl. frrlil otri'il mill, "till hn rge Iral-o- r llll "In- - inrit nrr lnoWon up lulu iiml 't Ih tin- - IHo fllir Hirlh-l-- . tun- - - left-mr- r mi) I.i- - that tliife l wop"IP-il- y imiiu clttiit uiHtl. or llmt tin' lliumltr lim, i't Hint In-lmill- Stuir mill Ihim- - HfTifltil !! food nlm-- n ttln-lflm tin- ni-In It Imil originally. ditrlwc tin Mir In ili' liotir.i monlln-- It it If n,'rll tl tliiil nj. nrtlk 1 folllnii liotowfto- - lij IMtl nllil ll if ibI llli Biir Hn- - Hililllloii of l i tin n nliil t, .. Io irni- lu.tii i. inp ninriiin'mti-o- r TO uie IlKlilir of fnli or llll- - MXICMlKlllI l'IHllllHl'l i'lto rrlBllj guest Sunday of Mis I.ucy Turner. Mis .Vora Sams, of forbin, i vl.i-tin- g her couin, Mis Kutinie Merida. Mr. Robert Vater. of Tratemillo wan a visiter Thursady of Mr. Wm. Origgs. Mr. Perry Osbarn spent several days the pan week with Lincoln relative.. (iniham visited Mrs. Olli Milton Ward and 0. R. Henry Wednesday. Mr. and Mr. Wm. Walker were Sunday guc.t of Mr. and Mr. Roy I'rayther of McCreary. Mr. T. L. Yantis was a dinner truest Tuosday of Mr. and Mr. I'elphrey of Lancaster. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Marsoe and .Miss Kdith Kinir were recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Doolin. Little Ml Louise and James Milton Henry visited their cousn, Master Enrl Clark the pat Tuesday. A pair of Fine Tailored Trou-e- r FRKK with very Globe Suit or Overcoat. Anderson llros. It. Mr. ami Mrs. James Marsee and son, Master Stanley, w re Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mr. John D. White. Mr. Carrio Davidson and Mm. W. T. Sutton spont Thursday niefct in Lancaster, guot of Mr and Mr. L. Me-da- NEW CANTON CREPE DRESSES, AT $19.50, $25.00, $29.50 TO $69.50. NEW TAILORED WOOL $19.50, $25.00, $29.50 DRESSES mi ',irr ri'i-ri- i - o hil'uml rmm i I akr r' i AT TO $59.50 WELSH DANVILLE, New Records Anticipated In Club Enroll ment Week. With s & WISEMAN CO. KENTUCKY. with .Mr anil Mm. J. U, SparK.. Mr W. I'. I.onc wa a kuosI of Mr. anil Mr?. J. M. Amon Sundn ' Mr. Newt Chandler spent several day with Mr. and Mr. Hnrvey Teat-or- . -- MONEY TO LOAN on good city property. Pay back on weekly 'Jut .ill On Mort Plf-.- t" Cookts, Orandma O. Davidson. Miss Mary Brown, who is ten chins the wcok-unnt Rryantsvllle vm visitor of her parents, Mr. ami Mr. George Brown. l, Mesdame John 0born, Tom and Janie Yam, spent a delightful day Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. Austin Hlack. Mr, Jamen Yanti and on, George were guests the past week of .Mrs. A. M. Girdler, Mr. and Mrs. R. X. l.ongsworth, of Somerset. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Sutton and Mrs. Carrie Davidson had for their dinner guest Sunday Mr. and Mr. d Pol-lnn- aim two mjiis. Mr. Miley Uearley and little daughter, Mis Doro David-toJom-phin- Guy Mr. and thy lleazley were visiter recntly of .Mr. and Mrs. William Kinder. Mr. and Mrs. A. X. Merida had for their Sunday visitor Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Name,, Mr. ami Mr. John 0 lsorn and Mr. and Mr. Henry Tut- lle. In ordorlnt; your winter'.- coal it Is wise to specify only the bust cuts. The average furnance Is dlscrimlnat-Was to what it coaiumw. u' If we simply can't curb our tlcht- Ihc instincts, let's rompromi.se by dc clarinir wtir on Mar. Then we could all die In peace before inventing a method of attack. The wonderful improvement In the postal service make it easy for the bandits to operate without fear of loss. The money shipments jro out on schedule time. ami .Mc.iirs. Frank and Hiram I am I in thi-- welfare of intm-trt- l conci-mWed-ei- i enlit- - were in l.uxinnton on buMn-Kentucky farm boys and in cooperation indication arc that noduy. cloie to ,10,000 of these younKtor, i Miis Annie May wa a uut of will be enrolled in their county junt- - Mism- - Uernice and I!oMf Teater or agricultural club dunnsr Junior Sunday. Club Enrollment Weed de.iij;natel in Mr.. John Hall and daucntvr, uere a proclamation by Governor Morrow uueit.i of Mr. and Mr. Ktto)l to W held from Nov. 11 to VJ. ac- Sunday. corditir to C. W. ISuckler, state leadMr. and .Mr. Chlon Spark spent er of junior agricultural club work the weekend with Air nd Mr. Mor- frm the Collece of Agriculture. ri Wheeler. Many county and mure demonstraMr Ueatty Underwood will o la tion ciBt already have reported irfl -- " Ii v-h that the enrollment in their countie t,ir,,,lt- will xce.il tliat of last year when a " hl Mr. Uusell Holwan ha roWni.-total of 20.000 Kentucky boy and eirb were nirollwl In Junior auricul- - j from Hazard, where he ha boon clukn. The enrollment for thw P'yod for some time. yar i expectt-- to exceoil that of' A pair of line Taihm-- TrouM-rtart year, a mark of :l0,000 havmitl PltKK with every" (Hob Suit or Overcoat. et. Anderson I Iras. It. Clob work has hfciwii' n imporMr. John Land and tons, and Ml tant means of training the future Ivu Ilollun were guosti of Mr. of th T1iympon Davis and the Miner. Davfarmers ami Stat, areonllng to atHcials of the is at Iluckeye Tuosday. cotlvfcv, with the result that lat Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Land are reear's enrollment of child reu in thi joicing over the arrival of n daughphase af agricultural extension work ter, born uu Nov. 7th. She has bevn was an enorniou.i inrroaie over that .Margaret Francis. d of the preceudinic year. Ktrorts to furtnr increase, the enrollment this The doctrine that ail nun are i yostr are a part of the plan to make ,:," "u- junior agricultural club work' even;'"'" 'iunl " ee " "i' more o.Tertive In bettering the farms!"""1 and. homo of the State, .Mr. Huckler;i ul wUl u' I,u" '' laiu. Daring the week of Nov, I I to 19 j county and home demonstration j ngenU assintotl by interested persons) iti thoir contuy will carry on an in- tcmlvo drive to bring a ninny boys, and girN as possible into the junior' agricultural club work. The young- -' sturs will be enrolled in dlirerent pru- Jerts, practically all phases of farnu and home work having been included in the program of project provide for the junior farm men and women. s ; llul-man -pd em-tur- al h-homi-makeehri-tone! ! practically all or monthly installments. The Lancaster Building & Loan ASSOCIATION. J. K. KOIUXSON', Incorptrattrf. Prf$.ccr Win. S. HOITEI!, Scc't & Trc. t:ii Simple Kaith. An optiiuUt l n muii u l.o i.iures n lung illMirtirc rail mid u? that In- - ulll "liolil the phono. " Arkiui-- n Cmette. Material for Pipes. Corsica unnunlly iirlui-about fl,0"fl tons of roots for the laanufac-tur-o for unolirv of lirlnr An CpiC In I luipp ile'.iii' l.i-- v of urn I m Mlo Dramatic Poem. It i..im iinil mriH-HK- , 'i.i re . mm ni"limlty J"i s. nll tilai il h 'f Iho it hulo ikvtan. I liae imi' tliiH - 'hfHirbi l Hal ihore rwun for n roi'totlo uu epic or drawMilr jm. ' . thtftMiosM-. : -- partk; ilu- to exlillilt '' j.,, iiluiTnaliiH f I'i' mailo of tink. 'Bki' inline ..r .ii lu whlipeil liltil utreoletiiil ilh until uildnl. WlilpiO (.mir irmio u often ndili-i- l to mn)0NiMli- - miIh-- i ti i iiig for frtilt Milttils. N.. hoii'oMlfo rood In - lolil Tli.it j;ih..i ku,,irtiroir on ! wniIi- lili 'in milk ii ill a i tits linaiU i In iihi.i wlirn inn,.,,. .iih M ill lollk In ISii Hk II "llll imI.i. fewer ofe art- - ralliil for in innl.f hioI i tirtilirt-ai- l eaii ii- llluui- - with t lllllk mill 1. 1. itt- i.iuilt. I uriuor Iltillaiui AtC, i ..ii, Meal as ii Koaxt ami of I'.ihl-l-t n. mli glt aw km. than uImo riiIns for Mtur milk Anmnc lliom Ii thi n of HMkiao o.tnti Itr. u iii-Im-- Itnsil: 1 . Dcstsn f .1 mt Drovin tl.tad . ' w Nitratcr From Cuplesives. .Mr. I r to the A t ln lit aais l ii staMlalHid nmr llwi lo.nh polli.l. driitlM and .ni' Turin, llnlj, for tlw tranaftirsniitlon I nui t Wlllk ) thm. ibh; I'd of nxiilue 'bto nitrales i tlcUt and 'um- It ruthxr in Ti.i-- i' uro Sou Vlirk Sub. "I to to In- - gullionil fmiu tin- - hattk-lMil- i tint vnlne of luiiixi llio, ami tMr Modern Inventions Come Rapidly. tiriMlucii 1'uinl'ii i wtih other mak a toy In ts"rt; terials fur Iho The iolo..i.i . in I loft itf fitlllU-rrs- . lh- i mmjM'vriio Tim fa'toe oiu4ns 3T0 irilo urmiigemoiit imliy iiH'ii iiml l In IhTs; il'e iiix'trle liHltitry till tn ,rixlini' ki.il In IS'il. aIii "i IMlon liiteiitiil llie iitiilnllis 15 iillilaU of fer'i'lri r. .1 'lie ilioiiui:ru'l mis per cent u?"'itl.iu .i ln.rt llmi--, a ciirlii'i I' 'Mn. difil lii.ivln; pi nrronlliii: In i 'ii n f rnii.nl Dunu i ture u 'loki' ruiuiit n ISiiJ. C. S'yiks, mi-Hi.. klMH-te- Of Two Evllt. -- Ymi um-- t rilS ItlMl I taKui.riii " . unfui r tn-I'UOflll K.. .... . t .'iM.il t'khaat : moswi Dm r l. iKiru nulk. IS I lnllll Mis and aHd ht tniriMiirM .l Vr i u. opttnii fr il I "-- i'.o f n h.,iir- - u. i",i-niM'ivil imilil ikMwiyl tiHisor tin. nr.- ..' falor l:iiiiut iho . mir uu.l l.i.ki tlibtoed lona Hooissli to iir t i.i ii Tlii was W ittn.li mImi uitl, eiii!tiN .urn l ui.tl ijr uuttl in. I t I Imir A ttdul of niil.it lmiii the tri ii asMtas dr loj,.-l- i. i,t- -, and lulik ll..it I rl. hakiiiK nod - lut-o- t. f i ttiredlo.l i:.'.ii. ih-- (truim or f ortaiiii. mat h aihlitl 'lhl Hiihi t.ii.ilc. n . J f C73 tTkll4 Kryptok Louisville & Nashville Railroad announces Hxtonsion EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 15th. of If H.OH- l onl.t a vorv llttlo miiriinik on I, mi. I. mi) mil niko holm- ii4i inat le iwiili. with rum lOhlliii il .. .,kti jr.- hImi OM'i lli.i, l Cookies. I'f ' t 'Mul itirn uu.l m , twi.M.iifut i. it. .i . I ii.ful tliMir S .'.(.tin in-.i..ir l Coin-Mea- itc .u , 1 Southern Optical Company (mvssabls bllotal tens) "THE SOUTHLAND" THROUGH TO JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA, AND ON NOV. 17TH. THROUGH TO CHICAGO STEEL TRAIN OF COACHES A AND THROUGH SLEEPING CARS. LEAVES RICHMOND; SOUTH BOUND 10:15 A. Mi, NORTH lOUND 5:44 P. M. UNEXCELLED DINING CAR SERVICE. For detailed information, etc., apply to Local Ticket Atrcnt, L. & X. It. It. HIGH-GRADE GUNNS CHAPEL Sptctaclet and Eye Glatttt Artificial Eyet FOURTH vtd CHESTNUT, LmuUvUU, Ky. W. B. Bay is III. Mr Mr. Marion Davis purchased a pony We don't blame conj;ri' for not of Mr. Kay Noel. wantiiiK to remain in session while Mr. and Mrs. J. It. Sparks were in Is buzzing the. disarmament meet along. So one cares to be complete Lancaster Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Chloriss Sparks art-ly overlooked and forgotten. diameter. si-- la flit, klrtlp. imegg, and sour milk. Sn toKi the'r tbo corn meiil, Kudu, nm) ,ir. Add 'In- - llimld Increillcnts to io ry togredlmis. Droit from a ieHSMnm Into a greneil pun iitnl Imko minutes In n moilerato mm, This nilpi mukik M to i rookies 'J Imhek in - t Jn.i's 'li'tlnunfult i.llil.llli lo luellid ii la.nful iw.il iir - milk, nml Imknia Milntlliili'il wherp the leclpit catls for sweid milk In place- of one teaspoonfui of bal;lt. powilrr a scant half tensHM.iifiii of soda Is used to each cupful nf ni'ir milk. Chocolato cake Is particulate Md when UU tuootltutlon la btitu-rmll-k h'otir milk or limy - I.i- - tu.i. Thcj Central Record. Lancaster Ky. Thursday, Nov 17, 92 1 1 . QDAL1TY and PRICE THESE ARE THE TWO ESSENTIAL THINGS YOU ARE LOOKING FOR WHEN YOU BUY IN OUR NEW FALL LINE WE HAVE nOTH, OUR FINE QUALITY AT 50 PER CENT CLOTHING LESS THAN LAST YEAR. Hart Schaffner & Marx SUITS AND OVERCOATS IN STOCK READY FOR YOUR CHOOSING. YOUNG MENS SUITS AND OVERCOATS FROM $15. TO S40. BOYS SUITS AND OVERCOATS FROM $7.50 TO $20. 4 Ueruiol El un 1 . mm . YOU CAN BUY MERCHANDISE FOR LOWER PRICES THAN OURS, BUT NOT THE SAME NEW STYLES FULL STOCK. QUALITY. HOUSE OF QUALITY. ,v ,,,.,, m. STETSON HATS FOR MEN AND YOUNG MEN. Jas. W. Smith NotetJ:1" '" "Sunset" LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. CopvrfrhM 21 Miw Ameri - I hjtf rv . MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN'S SHOES. f j- - BOURNE Spe.ke is vi.itin? her son Mr S II Spcake ami family Mti l.enln Stone spent last Tuesday night with Mi Christine Speake hail tin- - misfor-tunMr: Mltchel week to loe a filer horse. last Miss lllanchc Speake, of Lexington wu homr lat Tuedny for the elec- - 'Lancaster School Tool Hall Game r,htZ f"v" two l doing ircdiable work thi Member year under the direction of Mih Wil ,rV,Nl Wh" i II S defeated l.ebae .' II. t'.l..r .....I Mr. Noli.n.l I) I. BLOOD ,"" r""c''' L that they mav have num. new song I f"rr'-rr.day l th- - nor.' of ul'" Hying n kite "to keep the wolf I r,'at"'kr th. rw.dy.oonnn.lw.il give thorn .lurii.ir' ' ''""If away from the door" i the occupaII J? boy. completely ..ut . Kl. Growing Children Need Watson's charge that American oldi x, chapel hour visitors The work of (apt who tion of a War er were hot and hanged in France during the World tlew anveteran in Ijiwiim Mid. ltoblIIMll. Castmeall. School Orchr.lr. airplane war Red Cells without formality of a .... peeially the feature Anderson wer wa johle... and 0ri,h.,r Secretary of War Week, in a request France. The veteran . . . intercepted two f , .... of Hi.' earn." the only work the American Legion In Blood. good forward ",r proving every week ami we hop.- - they to Commander llanford Mac.N'ider Kmploymcnt llureau at Minneapolis, " aid the tlllll for the Legion', touchdown Cx ami ltilinon will nun In- - able to him- - tin putilir Minn., could tind for him wn flying When the young body is growing, War Department de.ired to prove A pair of Fine Tailored Trouer mil. I.' mimi line inu run, enen Th.. "an advertising kite for a film com- children frequently experience weak..f il,.,.- - ...l...l.,l , . nrri,,tr.. or dellnitely refute the (Jeorgin Sen pany FKF.K with every GIoIm- - Suit or mg ttmchdown for the local team. whlll . ...... rillll, ness. Girl and boy. sometime. play ator'.1, allegation. 1U Lemuel Hollos. Anderson llro. Overcoat. Unrn.ter Legtonaire defeated thejnm, m,k (lf w h(p , national adjutant of the Legion said j their systims. too hard and over-taMr. I Mini l.Wk i.nnonnirit Mr ami Tin little miii of n"' orr the M'hool lluck private had the pleasure of They become pale, weak, and sickly. he wan ure the National Command All thr phiyrr ilM cooil from a wait uf 211 to o Scott llullman M'eitiK former commiioned officers They Ioe their appetites, become lliinft Thai Don't Happen Among er would ami liroki-- work in thi iriimi. lat UViliii-jMladoing kitchen police at an American languid, and are not able to make The Senior.. hl arm Legon banquet at Terre Haute, Ind. progres in school work. "Growing Double lleailer Totla). There is one officer to eery Ml ! Kmm.i and Kate Itiitticliiu'. I Jane llnielilen liiunhinir alouil. too fast" is often true. It is most be, Two bit; ba.ket ball i;aim will I tirow ami I'rofn. llrown ami playeil toilay 2. I.ueille Schtmler not knowint; men In the 'tilled Stale army, acThe home in which the daughter of important to keep the blood of growThe tint one -- ;irtinir cording to information received by Hety Ko, maker of the lir.t Ameri- ing girls t la.t MVilnrnlay nltrht at .t:tfi between the ltalnbow! anil how to ilecline a I. it in noun. lUrroil. and hoys in a healthy state. the American Legion. It wn. ex- can llag, lived at Fort MatlUon, la., thi" KUft. of Mim Ontott. 3. Ui verne lllck lookini; calm. keeps the blood Hetl anil the between the Yel I. I.ulii AiiiIitoii without chewing plained by the War Department that ha been purchased by the Fort Madl-- I pure. The red cell in the blood are Mr II (' Slotii' ami littli' mm ami low, ami rurnle Kverylul in- the high proportion of officer wa. iou pot of their American Legion increased. They carry baby iteil. ami Mm. llomrr Humphrey Kni. ' S.iKi Ulliiitt L'iiiiL' nwav ranilv. due to the pre-- .' nt army policy of for n club houe. until Sumlay '. p.nt from Tui'lay oxygen to all parts of the body, and K.inbo.. lira. I'urple.t ,; UlV,,me ntuilVini: her maintaining an iiriuy capable of quick with their parent., Mr am! Mrs. J wholesome youthfulness blooms again in time of war. The army I expatiMon line of the mint llltere.tlnn lunket !,.,,(, ,. Iteunited after seventeen year in clear complexion, bright eye and K Sherro. of Jeiuamme county ball Knif of the sea.ou wa. playeil) uj Morrow lettinc any one tody number 1,'IS.OOO of which num7. eparation, Frank and Joeph I'ayne, buoyant spirits. Sold both in liquid ber IS.OtHI are officer. Kriilny afternoon between the Senl-- j copy hi paper. who had been placed in an orphanage and tablet form by druggist. everyTh Humbl Clethttpln. or. (lininbowsl ami Sophomore.. Henry wllJint: to reail hi in St. Louis in early childhood, found where. The name "Guile's I'epto. Kverj MiHiilny muruln: H)iniitiiil. of lloth team were ien- - owt, Kr,.nch. The first official act of Hamlfurd ' in comparing the war experiences Mangan" is on the package. Adverpulley Hue kipieal. mill Mioii.hIhI. of ll'urplen) i,e Hughes without a Mac.N'ider, newly elected national that they had sought .tafety in the tisement. rluthe.ii. nie JuM'i-i- l into pUie In I) matrheil but the ncore wa. 0 toj t. ilte of limli) new llivrlitloiiH. people 4 in favor of thellainhow.. commander of the American Legion, sameshcll hole in the Argonne, hut pnwiler puff. the worlil oer .till He Hi., prlmlllt The lineup wa. a. follow.- jo. Helen Culley ami Ituth Taylor wa. hi attelidence at the Arniitice did not at the wime time know they Ten Thousand Theerlta. I'lnllie.plli ile.lstllll Iriir. UJO e j not k'tiritHm. brothers. The reunion at everything that in Day ccremonie nt Arlington a Rainbow.. Ten tli.m-.iilie.itulful theories for by a New ll.iinpliire maii. Twenty of the majority of ex- - ed at Kau.a City, Mo. betterlm: eiie'. fellow being lie la Center Ituth Taylor. "aMmillion feel o( Inmlier nie .silil to be -service men in the United States.' wreckiice nloic Hie shore of time. Denied eiuli mi to .ilpplr Die clothe., Korwnnl.. Helen (iulley ami Jane Laugh and Live. He will remain at Washington during' The mayor and chief of police of Tile fellow lielng. olijevted. pill tun lilifrti't in T. In Hie Unlleit Ha.flile n xsorr . the iliiarmameiit conference. Mac - i Lincoln. Neb., have endorsed a nlan Hlnle.. ".I1','. Sub. fonanl Moie Cricilli. Named After Colleges. N'ider's election has been approved for the employment of jobless I .it Ilk Anil.rmiiti mill f.iliiril. l.u. Glaciers are uiimeroii nlmiit Trine ye.terilay, OaigV by the Legionaire. everywhere. "He men as night watchmen to William sound In Alaska. Origin of Wrdding Cakt. Verne Dickernon. In one arm Craig "I'lea.e, muni. I hail the I exactly the type of man we want aid the police department in The wtlillm: nke ilale. back In tlm of the sound there are II within a Purple.. toothache." of Ki'iiiiilu. unit the early ilay li to lead u," to be the unanirange of nine mile, ay the Americrime. Maiyaret Conn. Tenter of Itome. Iii.letiil uf clabrate Mi iKnliiiiMin 'Ila it .topped?" mous comment. can Koreetry .Mngarlne. The impressive When th KorwariU Lucille lleailey ami felliaU IIouhiIik IliMlllitr.l th Craig- -"l Hurrlman .lon't know." expedition thing about the new commander are explored the BRYANTSVILLE Junnita Dunn. con f a rr en In. The union of the man Mi sound, the arm In which t It glaciers it. "What, ilo you mean boy, that he went into the army u buck Stella llerron. ami woman wn. nuteimiltnl .Imply Sub. forwaril occur wa.l called "Cotleg.. tiord." ami Miss Zilah Da we wn In Lexingyou don't know private out a ami itiU'Uy by the enllni: of u loaf of (iuariN Louine Taylor ami Kie topped aching?" if your tooth has colonel mid camecitations lieutenant ton Monday. euch glneler was given the name of with and nine barley breail together. Till. iiinrrlnK (onn some American liiatllutlou of learning; Craig- - "No mum, the dentin kept decorations; that at the age of II" he Mr. and Mr. II. II. Ilalcomb were the lurgeM are known a "Yule" am) eremiitiy um. In fnrie fur mine sen. The Glee Club. it." erntl'in. niiiong (be Itumaii.. Then, is head of a large banking business in Danville shopping Monday. "Hunanl." The (ilee Club al.teil In the a. rlillrallen ileienMM, llie bniley in Iowa and that he Is a "Harvard Mr. and Mrs. .1. Ilogan Ballard Which. hreail lniiiti Reading and Thinking. enke American Legion program la.t Knman without the Harvard accent." entertained Itev. A. I'. Jones, of Clnudu- - "You are the iin..hiue of Tho.u who li:ie read of everything He has been hailed everywhere as a Sunday. are thought to iiuihrtind everything, my life, I.averne." "real soldier." Headi. Mr. John C. Ilroadus. of Lancas- too; hut It U not alway Lnvern. "Oh. Claude!" with Mr. ing furiiLhe the mind only with mater spent the week-enClaude "You reign alone in my A pot of the American Legion terials of ku.iwliHb:e. Ii l thinking Arch Ilroadus. heart." entirely of World War vet- compoM-that make what l read our. We ar Mr. and Mm. Mrashal Cotschell of the ruminating kind, and It l not Uixirne "Darling I h:i. Itim . erun. of lnli.li it.i(.iiil t i ..I viauue- - ..tt.:.l you at my Mile. niui formed at Toledo. Ohio and i known nnd baby, of Marion, Ind., are visit- enough to cram ourelve with a great . . ' ing ber parents. Colltil Ueutm.r mil- - Mlorm ' load nf collection!, r utile., we chew a, argonne post. 7 will not sIm u "v,'r lj.verne "Kxcu.o me, Claude, but , ,ie commanilcr, Stanley MumigaiaI .Mr. and Mrs. Victor Ituble and J. Crxez-'this a weather report or a propos-Unj, vict commanit.r and Joseph children of Cincinnati are visiting f,r".ns'" iii-e- . al? Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Ituble. Malinkonski adjutant. A pair of Fine Tailored Troucrs The Durden of i Nimt. High Mountains ol MonMna. Tew gnitt men's jmiii eer amount Suit or Kay Phillip, member of the Ameri-lleatii- VHKK with every Globe Sit immed peak in Montana Inn j Overcoat. Anderson llros. It. to much," .aid a man at the club lh ej.eiHllni. ! mi i.vt. and j can Legion at Nashville. Telin., "I think the most other etenlng. , . t,. greater I illumined ..i.. Mr. and .Mrs. 11. II. ilalcomb and striking ceived a box of candy in reiixiu for till eer read." l.elghl.aecor.llngl...l.e I n ' Stale ,, . ,m, ,v,.( Peek llalcotub attended the National lie continued, "wn. thai given by tint wlo geological pak ,, ure). Ml il Ko Hunt In Crab Orchard Tuesday. second duke of Wellington. SomeiiiM ''I'T eating some of the candy are In ibe ltearl...,ll. N,.l....a. fore.t. ,',,t t0 ,,u' wdiere Mrs. C. M. Dean ami Mrs. A. remarked ( blur 'I ninii.it timler- In Ci.rb.Mi .H.imt... In ib .mil. tvntral '"' how It I that yuii, with jour (part of the Mate Th. blubei-- t of physicians proiiounceil hi condition 11. Swope and Mis Mayme Lee Ital- aland knowledge of thee U ilninlii" pMk t'j.sVi teet ; ill. critical. The candy contained pois-ne- ian! were in Danville shopping Satur- great Interest In ami taken so Il(tl4 public nlTali'., have blKhe.t I Mi.imi V.mh. r.'.T.V) j on and Phillip i now wondering day. mrt In them' 'Ah' replied tlitf who hale him. The police are in- Mr. and Mrs. Ilussell P. ilrowu and duke, 'If you bad nil long under I I B1A r V .vestigatiiiK- I' the shadow of a great tree you would little daughter spent the week-enuiacovtrcr or ringer print. ii.lorle. ii. I'" with their parent, Dr. and Mm. lime been Sir William J. II. . cnuiil.on xhui in, A, 'h,7 llrown. of the Knllsl, ...trono,... r. Sir Wlb ; 'l urew to full Ham HrrM'hel. I knowu a the ills- - Nvurl'' Mrs. J. A. llrown and Mrs. How' "l1'' of " affliction, was one comer mid developer of the timer ard New land, of Stanford, are the print system of lileiitliloatloti, now In of the attractions at the "Juy Day" general line a u iiii'IIhhI of Identify- - ' celebration of the Hedrick. Iowa post guests uf Mrs. ltus.cll P. llrown and OF ALL KINDS OF HARDY Mr. llrown. lug criminal., Sir William .1. Her- f the Americun Legion. It wa bill- TREES, SHRUIS, HEDGE. Smokers often My: "The bed part of dinner SChl-l- , Mr. and .Mrs. I., ilurdett, Mr. A. Who llle.1 In Cliululld III 1017, ,.,l ... ttll.,IV le .hin.n.vini. it the after dinner cigar." was an otttila I In Hie tit II service GRAPE VINES, ROSES, T. Scott, Jr., and Ml. Stella Mae chicken.' In India from 1S.V. to iv'rii, ami Perhaps yeu are havinc a few friends at your Grow attended the foot ball game in EVERPERENNIALS, the ue of linger prints In heme to Thanksgiving dinner. You will need cigars. A walking race will be Lancaster Friday, 18K, liilllalliig It us a meaiiK of GREENS, ETC. New is the time te ceme in and select seme of Mr and Mrs. C. M. Dean were callheld Thanksgiving Day by the Charles for clll purpes In Hen-gour Clear HAVANA Cigars. We have just the cigar in our catalMich, ed to the bedside of their mother, in reconimendoil A. Learned I'ott of Detroit, yeu have keen looking for, and the site and shape Price lint ami kui'iIo is lloth men and women have entered Mrs Kllu Dean, of Nicholusville. og". yeu want. the contest. Only Legionaire are Her many friend wish her a speedy FREK to every one interested Yeu save money when yeu buy them by the box. eligible. Prixes valued at more than recovery. in good nursery stock. 1,000 will be offered. Mrs. James D. Christopher enterCome te US for it. No agents. tained last Monday the following-- : Joseph Semtich, a world war vet- Mr. Leslie Bruner, Mr. W. H. Cun- H. F. HILLENMEYER A SONS eran who lost a leg in the Anconne, ningham, Mr, lielle Tomlinson and Lexiagten, Ky. walked seven miles at the head of Miss Margaret Robinson. 7lTT1 American Legion New.K smi.iiw. inm.,. ,,ot of can Legion the Legion th.- - PEPTO-MANGA- N Thin cluli Mr. Margaret ht..' parade at Kaua. City Semtich get. around of the Vmerii.m legion. with the aid of a crutch !tat' "th th'' 1 "''' KEEPS THE PURE e Uon ,.. ..,.... ,..,.,.,. court-martia- l. Plenty Of .... x ft-- n a npi-n- et-o- I'epto-Manga- n life-givin- g , liil ( rep-'wer- occurr-rcnentati- xl - i tup-pre.i- mar-rlat- 1 1 Wil-mo- -- d 1 ....... "'-"''hi 1 n m tive-poun- d 1 -- "l"ti it WraCARS I d Ii.-- Mow for THANKSGIVING. '' 'lvn .,7 m Fall Planting. i live-mil- e L JIWWHTEICI.flK. McRoberts Drug Store lnn V Th Central Record. Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday Nov 17, 192 LATE VARIETIES OF 1 FRUITS FOR DRYING Apples Should Be Reasonably Mature but Not Soft. Clearance Sale OF BEGINNING TODAY WE HAVE MADE VERY DRASTIC REDUCTIONS IN THE PRICES OF OUR ENTIRE LINE OF FINEST NEW YORK AND WOOLTEX TAILORED ,Cirt Should b, Eocrcltfd In Picking and Handling to Avald Bruiting Gtt Peeled Product Into Evaporator Quickly. (,) nu-i- (l'rrMril , n. I.M uf Aicrii'Uiturr itUI. I I 'HUM Hir are nrletles of apples and drjltiu because the re sweeter tliiii flu- enrly vare'ie-Apple- s t.nlt winter Imm fur - for .drjltii! lniili In' mature lull ii"l soft, iii conlnu I" specialists "f tin' fulled Stii'f- - m ll.iii'l i "i pertinent of Ari'-iiutira I' In picking mill hauling Mr e M.hl lirttUliu'. as liniled mn mine discolored iiihI iimt be tsff In iiuike mi attrnilhe prixlmt plrs dlsvor rapidly lr'irtriHmi llierefiire. iiint the llimle In get tin product Into the cwiporntor it r.ipolu jk nfter It Is pared. If i' are lolnc this work ItiU lT of limy he mTolupllhetl by dltolllii: the paring, coring ami sprcadlm: on tuns, o thnt nn nile im'IhN imly ir llllee llllfllltes nil the way from the p.trlm; knife In the drier If only one iersoii l WorklUC, il.ni I wnier iIm iiiril fnilt either Into r Into ii salt xiliithiii innili' hy il mie iihleMMHiflll of n't in Do not nllov tour iU;irt. of w.ner the fruit to stand In the water imy looser than Is lit're.iry, hoinil-- e the nrtiti-will tin' nicnr lltlil oth T tilltinhle elements mill the niile water, which will iicv will lute liHieer drlns In the tVirefiill. pure mul trim the prodint plate-- , When In reinoie nil n paring ami rorhg machine l iied, l he Hiile, lief.it.' being placed III It, lloiii he Wiirkcil OUT ttltll H knife to remove nil xit, I'nre Iioiii ( taken when sl'rliu ly hand to iiuike the llv n nearly i the ailie Itihklio-- . n poxsllile to one fourth Inch Is the best tldekne. Apples mil) le illiir teivil or flit Into eighths tint thet ilo lot dry o uniformly or o nun kl us the sliced ring- -. The rim.'- - lintt he Mam bed In hot wnier or not ii de- I ifil Spread the r nc- - In liute layer on lra) ntnl plaiv either In the tin or In u warm ilrler Apple wlien ' I rJ ir should he intereil with lntlllli r moMiulto netting to pretent tn-- ft tifeMiitlon. A few minutes' epolire sill often cnie llie product- - to lie r Tailored Suits CIOR f .i ilili SUITS. THE SALE PRICES WE OFFER ARE LESS THAN YOU HAVE SEEN IN MANY YEARS AND WE ADVISE AN EARLY VISIT AS THESE CUT PRICES WILL CLEAN UP OUR STOCK QUICK. t.i Mud. FINEST FUR TRIMMED SUITS WILL BE . . . . . Jtf.OU ff7fl BA 0 09. $ 50. $ 35, 0 DC WOOLTEX WILL BE SUITS SUITS . .. BE . $49.50 -- $ 90 suits will be . $59.go 50 WIU r dlote iilt-n- rti enniror $ 75 SUITS WILL BE . . . SUITS WILL BE . WINTER COAT. SPECIALS Pol-lyann- a, -- Three-.Ixtei'tith- We offer a very Special lot of Coats made of fine all wool Normandy Cloth, Bolivian, etc., at choice for $29.75. Another lot of Coats made of the very highest price materials made, such as Marvellas, Panvelaine, etc at $49.50. under price. Both these lots are fully One-Thir- d FUR COATS AND FURS REDUCED ONE-FIFTH. Infe-te- d. Unit itre hrown or choccolored from the refilling from ilry Inc without blamliiiu possess as IiIkIi niltritlte nllle iiml ften hute ii hetter Ihtor limn the hlnnrtoil prixh iHore iitlrHi'ilve.liMiklm: Ir!eil apples olate A. B. DANVILLE, Robertson r'tK.rt from Link & Bro. KENTUCKY. I'lieil apple will int he hrltde wlieu ,,f ncuUurc. linlkhetl, hut If n hamlflll of the prei'ei County Agent II, K itre preei together they Will feel epnr.ite tie mul oprliiKy mul will promptly when relenvd, leatlu no MoUture on the timiiN. When one nf Luure cunty farmers are realizing) tiie piece l broken In two. It ihouh the advantage of purebred animal l polhle to press liioliture out mt over that of scrub, according to a of the eenter net. And Home New,,l'K, en. Farm From Over Kentucky state, Household Olli'e n eiir etery ii'lhir lnilhl he lillewiolieil to .iW'i'lfll It, t Ul'l tlii with r.'ini'hl water In them nre fiinioii iiiniiHii imMiler. Spliiaili with i.irrnt ImlN U an at Irnctlte ami wliuleouie mixture. If plen tire hrtilMi with milk Imklnc they will turn a ilellnite, hrown. he-fo- re Keep huliej III the ilnrk. II If to the k tltftil will illli'k'ly for crnnulnte. A , llrt whNkhrooin U very Immly eleiitilmc wiHiilunik mul remnttnt: from cortier. wii-hll- n: If jour ollelolli N illnsy It "HI he It with water hrlKhlemil hy In which a little liornv ha heeii ill" lulveil. If crene I ilroppei! oil the kitchen iur holl-Indoor put mhIii on It. then water on, ami the hI will come out easily. c A hnmly iirllcle Ii n loiiS'hiinilleil ueil nt the mxla shout mhi the kitchen kucIi a I foiitiliiln for lee crenm fU. rovenil The kitchen floor Ii with linoleum, cetiieiitnl to the floor to prevent It from burkllns nml to make It waterproof. e llsht or white -- ult failetl or Mreakeil It l n U'hmI Men ti tlye them ome iliirker color wltaMe fur piny iloihM. If children' alileM linteail of er. Snap Ure them In. I'lme n tiap on each pf th ahlehl nml one In the It keep them where thy !eiiit ! in j f 'US U ii'iiiiinhlni: ami Whit .l.oulil h k'ln freely to Invalll. Iteat It allghtljr ami udl In lea or inftV: or It may ! attrred Into any ktml uf fartnacrona food Jut tiefor report of County Agent J. V. Jone. More than 51) purebred Jersey have been brought into the county during Sam Keith, It, i Stonnes Drug Store the pant year. lil'etmi. Irvin S:.rav.Ii. .itul H.irt. ey Wnltent have been the lat fur-- ' LOYD. mer to purchuse tiurebred unliunU, the four of them having obtained Miss Ktta Hill is very low t this to writing. registered Jersey a addition their herds. Mr. Well Snyder is on the sick Campbell county farmer. who co Agent II. V. li- nt this writing. operated with County demonstrations Mr. Kirby Tenter attended Court Link in conducting to show the value of hill ielecting day in Stanford Monduy. potatoes have obtained such markeil Mr. S. N. Sanders spent Friday improvement in the quality and yield with Mr. and Mrs. Win. S. Hay. of their crops that they will continue the work for another year while ev-- , ".Mr. Win. S. I!ay nml baby spent eral other farmer are planning to, Tuesday with Mrs. Ollie Hlack. take up similar project., according Mr. and Mrs. Fred Snyder visited r.M. and Mrs. J. I. Hay Sunday. to a report from the county. ure re-- , Webster county farmer Mr and Mr, liully Hay and famreiving satisfaction in their livestock Thursiluy with Mr. and Mr.. a cooperative ily spent shipments by meant of Marshal Hay. Ivestock .shipping association which Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hay and fambus been organized, a report from ily were visitors of Mr. nnd Mrs. County Agent I K. Culler stutes. The association recently shipped it .1. I. Hay Sunday. and Mr. and Mrs. Hufus Adam first car load of hogs at a cost of .1.1 baby were the guests of Mr. and .Mrs. cent a hundred pounds. Fifty Kulton county farmers have. Ollie lllnck Friday night. their poultry llocks enrolled in thej A pair of Fine Tailored Tmuwrn ..mil... .., ltiL'iiti. tiritdirt iii'ine con , FHKK with every r. "Clobe Suit or ,,ll.l ducted over the State by the extcn-- l Overcoat. Anderson llros. It. sion division of the College of Agri Miss Mouta Hay and Master James culture. Hy following the sugges with their grand parents, tions on feeding and management S. were Mr. nml Mrs. J. I. Hay Tuesday will be given poultrymen which in the movement the Fulton night. county men hope to increase the egg Mr. and Mrs. Win. S. Hay ami at. production of their bird during the tractve little baby girl, Charlotte A. guest of Mr. were the week-enwinter month, receiving in-- ( and Mr. S. N, Sander. Apple orcharding i from Webster creased attention entertained a Mr. Kirby Teater county farmers, according to a re-- number of friend Tuenday night. K, Culter port of County Agent Those present were Miss Ora I'rut tiSeveral interested one nre planning er, Mr. Harris Teater, Mr. Ollie to conduct fertilizer demonstrations i lilack, Mr. Marshal Hay, .Mm. L I.. in cooperation with County Agent J Matthew and Mr. Win. S. Hay. Culter and the extension division of I KffreshntcnU were sened. the College of Agriculture in order Mr. and Mr. - - Matthew en. to solve important orchard fertility problems connected with the apple tertained to dinner Monday Misses Alice and Lydia Mae Hay, the popular industry in the county. Twenty-liv- e Campbell county poul. young daughters of Mr. and Mrs. try flocka are enrolled in the winter John A. Kay, Mr. and Mrs.Suuire T. ...... Ini.tti.. irnt..il ttidntr iwinilllrteil Whittaker. Mrs. Allle Ulack ami at. by the extension division of the Co. tractive little daughter, Kdna Karl, -t ! Mr and Mr Talbott Jenkins are Mr and Mr Hunter Davis and daughter, were guest Saturday night welcoming a mm which arrived Nov and Sunday of Mr. and Mrs Wilbert 10th and has been named llwltht Mr and Mrs. Irvin Simpson Hill Dalle) and son, Mr and Mr. H.imer Hay! tfttn Long and daughter, and Mrs. Drew Davis, were also their Mis Francis and Mrs. W I" Long WOLF TRAIL guest on Sunday visited rrlativp In Nicholasville from Mrs. Klljah MrMillun en- - r'riday ""til Sunday Mr. and Mr and Mrs. Haymond Havis spent Jess Hill, Mr and Mr and Mr tertained on election evening Mr with relatives. the week-enand Mrs. W T Moberley. Mr. and j Mrs. Smiley Hill, Mr. T O. Hill and with Miss Thelma Simpson is spending Mrs. Hugh Moberley and daughter, Talbott Jenkins spent Friday a few days in Keren. Mr and Mrs. Carl Moberley and Mrs, Walker llradshaw near Danville, Mr. IT. ii. I'reston and brother, of daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Pail , Uinraster. were in this vicinity Sun- ey and son, Mls Jese II. ami Klmer Mrs, Harris Teuter and little son A delightful dinner was nerved and all left wishing the privilege of spending many more days ike the one just spent d ' day. Hay , Matthews and baby with her spent the last week-enMrs. Jasper Mr. and Mrs. Klbert Teater made recent visit in I'aint Uck with reiu which left me weak, with a persistent tiv , couch. The couli hunic on. Some Mr. Haymond Davis has returned one advised Foley's Honey and Tar. " home after a three weeks stay in rot cough at Ohio. Stonnes Drug Store .Mc.sd.imcs Homer Hay. Klijah and Hunter Davis have severe I A MTTLK WVRTN Wm. Barnes. San Antonio. Tcsaa, writes: "Foley's Homy and Tar his been worth 15000 a bottle to me. I lud 'the Hu.' followed by pneumonia. IN.N XPEOVtML MOTHERS" Thfs CnraUn Mssl.ChlU Wrlh UsUr U Using Tor llav V'" T W Mr. " an colds. BUCKEYK Hi O.illl.. and Mrs. Hobt. Carter were in Hichmond Weiluesdny Teater. I'rof. and Mrs. Hubart l'nir have Mr. Abe Iturton spent several been visiting in Hichmond. days lat week with her mother, Mr. Mr. T. S. I'ieratt visited in I.ayton. i Saturday night und Sundav Mr. and Mr. Steve Agie and chil- Kvervlmdv is invited to attend the yp dren visited Mr. and Mrs. Ottis Stott! ,.V(ir. vne.sday eve- ISich-inun jI Mis Jessie Hay spent the weekend with Mlsse llemlce and Itessle iff iio Kiuuto. 21iMStlD .mllUMIini,! co. biri s-- n stu.i. s. t( '. en-list- d 1 ' .. recently. Mrs F.lizabeth Joseph, of Chatta-childre- n Mr. and Mrs. Allle Hcyiiold audi jn Madi- - tiiiogn, spent Inst week with Mr. A spent the week-en('. Miles. son with relative. Positively no fox hunting or hunt-o- f Mr.and Mr. Lewis Noel visited Mcsdamcs Abe liurton and Ann any character or trcspanlng on Moberley were dinner guests Tuesday Mr. Mark llogie near .Vlrholasville our farms. Any violator will be recently. of Mr. Mose Hay. prosecuted. Mr. Sale Hurt spent Sunday in W. S. Kinbry, W. A. Price, T. J. Mr. and Mr. Lewis McCulley imdl Price, Kd and N. 11. Price, FUhcr spent Sunday with Mr. and j Madison county with hi father. M children mil Hurt. Herring, Crit Meadows, Ansel Ilea- Claieme McCulley. Mr. Hubie Kast I in Cincinnati fori dowa, John Collier, J. S. Schooler, A pair of Fine Tailoied Tnuert Suit orjtwo weeks, where Dr S.ittler is treat-- j Jo Criscillii, J, M. Crltclllla, Kobert FHKK with every tilobe :npeakc, t.eorge Conn, Jim Conn. Anderson Pros. It. ing hi eyes. Overcoat. Mr. und Mr. Hubert Carter and ,,cnry Arnold, Marion Johnson, W. Mr. and Mr. Klijah Mc.Milliun had guests Mr. and son and Mrs. A. C. Miles spent Mmi K. Whitaker. Tom Conn. J. M. a their week-enMeadows, W. T. King, John Rich. Mrs. Puford Smith, Mr. and Mrs. ;'!"' in Nleholasville. Sam Klch, J. C. Conn and J. F. Preaching Sunday A. M. (it :U0 Itoystou Hay and little son. . o'clock, S. S, !i:30 P. M. Preaching Adaini, It. I. .Arnold, Mr) Victoria Mr. and Mrs. Freemou Davis and Andenon, C. T. Ilallard, Sr., K. L. children and Mr. I.unsford, of Nlcho - j Sunday evening 11:4.'.. II. Wood, L. Kelley, Donehue A pair of Fine Tailored Trousers dinner guests Sunday, lasvllle were llros., II. ti. King, T, L. Vantia, Mrs, FHKK with every (Slobe of Mr. and Mrs. Morte Davis. Suit or Kmnia lliggiubothani. J. M. Farru. Andenon llros. It. J. W. Hill ami Ceorge A little daughter made its appear- Overcoat. Hroadus. W, M.S. meets Thursday P. M ance at the home of Mr. and Mrs. (Other urin will b 444 wyon She ha Nov. IMth. with Mr. A. C. Mile. the Hiram Land on the 0th. of 25 cm to.) Mi Sadie Ralton"Lader." been christened Margaret Francis. (tf.) Tin re's n big to do over the fact that China is unable to pay the pal try ffi.OOO.UOO they owe us, but In the c)en of some of our noble "to-der" It is eminently proper to cancel the billions In debts mime other coun tries owe us. o Attention Hunters d 1 1 Hynt grrvtnf. Th Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday Nov 17, 92 1 1 IR ' Duke Vernon's Kind Act Lancaitor, Kentucky. .'( I BUENA VISTA .Mr. T M Scott 1 reported nek nt C i thii writini; Mr Victor lluhle. of i R. E. McROBERTS, 11, HAZEL SMITH. I hi nwa incinnati m' I W'.i.ih sa,at,.r "I will neiei till' a friend ItKilIn" number of iililts are hclnc It "in h IiIohiI and Idtter ileelrrn. MT.JJEIIRON made lr the Inilics of the church here j Childtcn' ll.iii forIII,a man .voiiue nmhltloiii In Mr. Wm, Duricnn l on the sick list, for Uie Kentucky Itnptist ive iv nie and all lt plenant Home priHiile to 1, ime; vet nml HMMiril Mr. Kdtfnr Puncnn i Improving Mr Henry lluhle bouirht of Mewr. j at lltut Mipivme inoiiielit of diMipMilnt' .lowly Ijuuin, in ami ! In r'rnnkfort M - Montgomery, W. U (irow imhI every word lie Hike l',t itv nl meant I'rof Horrod wii J. I. Crawford some hints nt "rts. Tuesday. lie . I immI lii Hie riHMil where he nnd I I Hike t per pound. Mr. Fred Splvy, of Louisville, eniini had x'lit iiihiiv h Iii yenr. All mcmbcM of the Ml Hebron) fid. Inippy hour diirlin: the locality lat work. iti thi They had been like lrother l!aeh Mr untl Mm. Sam Duncan, of llur-vm- ii chlirrh ate rciUetcd to he present hail country imne to the ilty frmii imporn were here Tuesday to ce Mr. Saturday nfternoou in home a way to fortune. To tant business meeting t to lie trans-acte- one of lo eiirve .mie perelial, bad tome FMitnr Puncnn. Iheio li well the chirv of y mil h love deep Mr. Caleb Johnson, of Stanford, Kteli lllllt Hie i Mr nnd Mr. Win. Oimtolt nml lralMilll. iihidlliir the nuet of hl newphew, Mr. lo hare hl Ml. Zelda entertained Wedncdny fallhful Wriion eem Unwell Vnndcrpool, Joy nnd tnke .Mini I. Idle lo l,l henrt' MiM Willi.' Miic (irlmes spent the niKht I'rof. Ilrowti mid llorrod, Mina rherlliei HmiU'llt" es Anna nud Kate llnlUelnw and week-enwith her parent, .Mr. and t lil- And now vii opened dlor (Srow. Tilda j dered Mm. Win (Jrimc near Judsrni. drawer In the hureiiii. an mer. troiic hk The II. V I'. I' of the Fork's I turned tin imi with n Mimes Lucille nnd Jewel Huffman hefore Sunday by Mie church will give a program nt this! hrokefi mid eiiiplv Two day Ill's, were entertained It Ihe n of place next Sunday evening at sixl Iwuhad eoiitHliied Mi"hail Mnbel and lllanchc Montgomery. yenr I'ercltul roI leave of o'clock -- Kntitled. "How line Christ' Mh.eliee for a da) lu A pair of Kmc Tailored Trousers eort Myrn to a NINA town forty lllllea tlWHV whele kie Wl4 Suit or Save IV" KltKK with every 'ilnbc IkmiI neek With Mil old Anderson llros It. Overcoat. The two week old hah)' of Mr. and to "ll"l frteml to tlnd lie had Mr.. Hubert l.ont; .pent Thur..day ContrnctoM from Frankfort are ex. Mr Klijah Stinett died Saturday tHLe and fallhlea.leitiriied with Mm. Sam l.onn. pectcd this week to put the petition and was intered in Mt. Hebron ceme-- l "He lm tliten II all." lullllered I'er. Mm. Hell linker vui. the u'iiel of Much in the Consolidated Srhool llulldlni: i tery Sunday afternoon eli.il. dark hrne,l ami Ida heart for l extended the parent here 'he moment nn. IIINil wllh emel bate. Mm. Sam Hardin Tuedii 'Ilial it till h. wrote nil the truth Mr. Mnnon I'rewitt wa. the gi et to Mvra. will, a heavy henrt lelllnc of Mr llarmoti linker .Mniulay all nniln, her Dial he tnnl Mr Carl Hume .pent Sunda mulit and the) inn-- l wall with hi. ai'ter, Mr. and Mm Willie "I eioaa it mi fni,. tn m,t with A J - pt 11 11 ler viiitintr reintlvea of thia place Mr. Willie lliiil.on, of Indiana, viaitiiiK her mother, Mn. Mettle IMl ! Mr. Charlie Itutleilire ha returned from a trip tn the mountain, where he had a dellKhtful time Mr. and Mr. Kaymond Kubb cf Danville upcnt Tueinlay with Mr ami. II C Ituble. of llrynntvilie Mr A pair of I'ine Tailored Trouvr' !lobc Hint or, I'ltKI' with every (Ivercont. Anileraon Ilro It Mii (ieorite llunn, of l.exinu'ton, in viiitinir her brother., Mr. J l. iMimij-iiii- d Mr II. A. Dunn, of thivj city. The two Mie. Wilder, who were vifdtini; their uncle, Mr. Khad Wilder, of thi place, have returned to their' haircut Stanford. Mr. Homer Ji iiiiiii, wlio i. at-d teudini; the State Normal nt wa a recent Kuejt of hi. moth- -' er, Mm. Nannie Jentiinjr. wny Not ray Less FOR ii I i BETTER SHOES ? I W thmiirht that would inakf yon ratl this vi; mean evtwy wonl of it. Wo have in stock .Home of the most Mervicenble Shoos ever mailt nonuine hitfh urailo leather and of lino appearanco. Vou pay less for these shoes than you do for many others that are far inferior in quality. When you et ready for those better values just stop up to our counter. They are waiting for you. ail lint eom-fortahle (0' lllch-mon- i i' ii TRY A GOOD THING ONCE. We also carry a complete, and lino of liotioral Merchandise and all kinds of Farming lirplemouts, and can and do sell for loss than any one else Wo soil for cash. te -- ' sym-path- v I h-- fln or THEY WERE CROOKEO My Slim I NOW THEY ARE STRAIGHT Heels wore so crooked and could nut wear them am lonvrci taking them to worn that Soli- - so After MANLEY & WILSON Shoe Hospital ami leaving tlietn for out as now ila. tin tame li.uk good Heat Your Bungalow, Cottage, or Flat with Hot Water Crllar not nny put nwri-uir- y in imall limit? with uut disturbing, ptcsrnt healing nrtangmmt, un til rrady to uie w.th the rp t iuilal n A IDEAL AtroJ. Nadu. tut II.. Wm lia mall Kivm aittwiul rtllafv I lot ar.trr l..allns MmpU an.1 tmf ., lun Mn a MovrlM htt If - trtiem lo Anntn V.lilutli .io.mn mmumml healint ln.Jtl nual - J.iiatU. U4i't ilcUy tu La J wul ' Uiklia:i. lUruriX M ldUI(UUrUVIIGI I. Arcoia n! a. l The Areola i.pl.tf,! In li. ioum.p..to.ok1ttun "! Moil. It a.iiitr..twlbylKK U ltn. trrt IM Tht UmI It. tat U f turn. Sec one now on display in my window. P. B. WILLIAMS, Lanca.tcr, Pleatur I'lcuMire in .me- f Kentucky. On'a Work, not Smoked Celling. lelllliC" that linte Item nielel It) an oil lump may lie rlemiei liy wnlilnf wltli mm!h water Slimled Slaty It ihiuunh toll and -- throutli linliiUfiire and Inilolrncr. Whrn one tel to love liU work hi life N n happ) one Itinlilii. lic opinion found tliol It rnuld force In tew In prltate affair votlne. A ni allty reliturlei tiefnre Cnturlt, 19 Ct Vott. pub- en tiy I t Th Thrte X'. The eroe on harreU of (.eer to tltlllfy (lejree. of illlllv Here In III oh) day ' Diplomat. 11 on hy the nionko h a 111,1k They Here t nr. oiilh mrn on and the cro h. I he luewer that the luir- - pit rroe ort trade Oldtit Rtllglou Ctltbratlon. of the paoer I The Jewloli one of the mnt midline llnU that I Mnil totether thl very old world. It Thcy'r 0n,rJlly Full. Grown, ' la the uhleM rrlltloiK celrhrutlon (mix unv nrrett- i la vImi; read that el "for ttrlt lntr nn aiiiomotille under Ilnown to mankind. It had II' birth hank of the .Nile 4." year ace" we are Inclined to l.ellee that CO the tvtillfiht of hUtory. the writer did not ineiiii to n 1h.1t. . lie know a m.in Jud Tniiklm iliiy'n work who uaea wlio never did the word "Ulieliiployineut" h a UtiMl-lut- e fur plain lontlne rd ioniiiiiit .imhi ir fet in lay frtefHW." he AndeMon. wrote ilym "Nevt time I -- hull make Mh Stella I'rewitt vra. the Kilct hill out from of her Mater, Mr. nml Mr. Herbert vimi my hanker ami lilt life everv Wt f llMIHMH ! Cuey recently. eil for VtHI " Mr and Mm. Homer Sebaatmn are " lr.M al a ! aat Mrrani. r.Telval wa rejoicmt; over the arrival of a boy, meeiit,r Iwv. nt mimed NenUiern. eallnr MP Ibla lettT. Iii wonder ljn I'errtvnl rm it Mr. nnd Mm. .Itditmle linker cnt If waa at a Sntunlay rlef with her parent., Mr. m. nl In Mlehlcan aad It a lrtol and Mm. nicht Kirn:. Hill It 'an' toil. VeniHii Mr. and Mm. Walker Hardin are "Iteiier tliHM I left yH word We I" the proud parent of a h.iby Kiri, - twilled tlpel Irene lwt? What w4tt mide In .hlemoatl jttr (Vnival xmcht vain- Mr and Mr. W. T. Ilaker apent v to rvd the rldiH'- worn In?, W. line... lav with their ilutiirhter. Mr. He .(efH a Utile lHard and and Mr. Homer Sebaiillan. lie nrme Hull met oire-.-- d a tnnrl. nt Ihe Mm. Willie A micron and daugh..IhereH '('here diHir ter were the afternoon KUet Mn- I'.rttM- - In. he dire, day of Mm. Mace Malear. -man who t' He. hi Monro ,! Mm. W. I.. Fletcher ld 'eane Ihe hall kd the win-lo- ami Wcdncday with spoutdaughter. her la-a antl tept ite In order "I fmih.1 1 leflep, iihI a eheeli Mr anl Mm. Clayton AndeMon. I uue it l. In the tMtri Ji.t now. Mle Jewell and Virile Hume I'm luit wv li t elelr hni I telh-i- l pent a part of lnt week with their ! MM Mi' Mm. Jnme Hume Mv I'errtvnl uncle. Mr and iMiirte''' A pair "f Kmc Tailored Trouer vacin-lThere thev ntf" mihI the man r"KKK with every (Ilobe Suit or I. (i.l.l I'erHval a aheet of pa pep mid It AndeMon Hro Overrent. n l, k h, ..ir.-t- i Mm. Hurl I'rewitt and "rt The laHee wm KMide out for .pent Saturdny nik'ht nnd Sunday with aii.l -- Irti'M liv the m.liic Vermm. The letter liore Ihe I nit III I of Hie her piircnt. Mr. and Mr. Marion I'rewitt. ame .irtaiiure and mn "pear Ijine- Mr. and Mm. Willie AndeMon and fnml. ready daughter. Lucille, .pent Sunday with "I hnve a hnrry eall en.h t'rtent A Mr Mur t have hi brother, Mr. and Mm Clayton nkeii iar iMon.v ami leajve vou AndeMon. herk Uv'et creat liewfc" Mr ami Mm. Je.e I'rathcr and son Slnwlv Ihe truth lo ilawn nn tt'e ilnrtle, IVr.lv at and Mi. Addle William were uut-- t There una HH"llier hiii!hoi. nt tha l.mt Saturday nicht and Sunday of dot.r of hl hiimhle mom the nevt eve. Mr and Mm. Pave William. nlns Mr. and Mm. W. T. linker nnd Mr lie Huns the ihair o en widely. Then tHirk o.en happv face. nnd Mm. Johnie Ilaker, Mcvm Walk The he drew er and Stanley linker a pent Thur- -' Iliehluff. hearty tone of hi. friend were h repniaih Hint inmle day with Mr. nml Mm Harmon link him obrlnk from 'ie evtemtott hand er "I "I enn'l do It ltlke." he aHd mi " have w roiiced "Wromred me"'" ranc out tlie el ry lne of Vernon 'When? llow"mon" hellevial vott bad "lolen Inv ey " "I'd have done It If there lnnl I n erled Imke Vernon no other vvnv Vo more MTHpliii; and "I've made It Look Stani.ic.lt Iidnrys-Hrart-Liviivliit' ail crcidii-- : atom: Becker & Ballard BRYANTSV1LLE. KENTUCKY. BaB,SS'.3alI'aia2'-E- i e. !SX'S2a'.23XE!!3a' ll . itf4 ' '!) 4- td lf -- Tuo-wia- Sunday. Kvery one endebted to the Inlie' Workinir Society In the way of due, offcriniM and otherwise, are Mi Ilenne Hunter after a cvcml free-wirequested to pay to the treasurer by day' illne., 1. uliphtly improvunr. the I.at. of Dec, The book will be Mm. A. C. Hire ha recently been cloned by Deo. 'JL'nd. viitlni: her mother. Mm. Camion, of Itev. Thompson will preach from l.cxinuton. (Sod the" text next Sunday "And Mm Ma it. Clnrk. who I the Kue.t aid, Let u make man." Thi. will of Mr. anil Mr. Ii. S. Clark, ha been be his third .ermon from this text, .pemlitn; the week with Mm. Nora and the fnrnieM are especially invited j I'ruitt. to come und hear this sermon. Me.- Mr. and Mr.. H. Clay Sutton, A lady, formerly of this county, Markbury and I.elia (now of (ivoivi.i) who writini: about hirne Mn in our town I.amlnim were viitor. the hot cummer ju.t past said, "It i MAKKSBURY ) the hottent weather the (icorgian -- v,r y ever experienced, a lady friend of Mm. It. S. Clark will be hote at dinner to a few near relative ntxt mine went out in the garden to cuth-e- r her popcorn it had popped on the Sunday in honor of Mr. and Mm. I ear." Clark's anivcMary rw.tM.mimi r !:, ,(!" M) FOU fr SHK MCCARTHY The I'l.UMHKIt Shop Ph.rt 69. LaswgtM St. Lancatrt Ky. WATCH THE BIG 4 er 11 Alhany .louriial Boyt' Unique I'unlthmtnL Thre- - kiu.ili Ihijs cimcteil In ih 'J'uiupa (Tin. I Jtm nlle court of huvlu: rlitereil hnnlware more, were M'li . 1) c.-tencetl to .Hit I'lttewu) nouch inoin i n. i.iiy a NK'ke Lnlfa .i the IiktiI children' for eucli ' 11 home The ordered that I lie klllte ohiu.it I., 'Mr, I iiMit trom Ihe 1 Ward Off Evil Ill Algeria, Spirit. i In Ihe South of the dent and In Tnnlla VlinniK of all nil iiImmhiiI. iilii-- I A rhameleou'k okull l the iml aide kpecllle agiiliKt the uuiiilfolil ll driti whUli riNiin the air jfenrcli-Ilie for eiiky iriiine. and In loon ee Lllll mule'a )oil will ln'ii-- e top or oil a palm rlalnpeil to on epeclally the Urt and flaunted hefore the e.veiof hUla'vvltdereil friend a check "Ten thoii.nid dotlBra'H were tha wnnN that ilnFtiN the e.vea of th" nloiiMnil t'erelvul "See who II 'a IIIHile oHt to" "I Hike Vermn and llupert IVrelv.il; mv there'" lie drw forth i'er-tllb- al Keep thw' vital organ, healthy by routilarly taking the world' stand-ur- d remedy fot kidney, liver, bladder und uric ucid troubles GOLD MEDAL The N.lioiul Ktmrljr of Holland ( crn'aiii.aun.l njorvej hy Queen Vil'-mina. At all Uruttxiits, three n r vll-lK- 11 11 tore tha' a niered I tiee Spicial Invitatiin to Yiuiii Ptiple ti'iida to every young man or woman in tlu ThU bank community u ipeciat invitation to become a living depositor. Only by cu.vful nml ayttematic caving may you hope to acquire the funds nt're.iry to eventually bnnch out in hui-ri- ' for your lf. No grout amount U iuccar' to open 1111 account. Vou run do mi on any uni from one dollar up. You ran add to till uccount fro.11 time to time in any nun you dcirc, 110 mutter how- - auiall it may be. "Yea Ihe lie'epilo well, the wild f.illli rover the poor fellow vou In. Hut I bad fullh. He wax nil Kid, only ImpuMve nml sillv lntlnence.. lie lot voiir moiiev nnd bli In un out nml out awlmlle Hut Unit wn rdiicn. Hon I didn't fll vou. hut for n year inking him. off and on, I have heou up In the copper uilulin; dUtrlct aa n ee Mm n You wouldn't partner year ueo when he culled here," ald Vernon "lle'i nunte kikh! won't yon ee him now V' "Yen." Mild Lane IVrclval humldy, "nml k you hold to forglvf n mnn who ikh to lslli the study ofhuuiiin nature all over as.iln. la make bliuelf wot thy of helnc called friend and brother'" bt ' -- tW lur lha ma, Ga I Maal.l on ...fff .ad acc.pv ao Imil.litftt Cut to th Nth. An Unnecetaary Addition. St. MJrtin' Summif, citizen rise to reOne St. Mnriiu's "iiuuuer Is u enmn In d mark that It Is not necessary for dead the lute full which prevail In the live ones are und ihe eouuirle tiorderlns oa men to tell tale coo,: nveniuc Hot Sprlnc the Mivllterrnueau, nnit I so called hattlnc a. from St. Martin', fe.tlvnt. which New- on N'ovciiiIht 11. It corro route ponds lu h general way with the In- Burled In ii j Posture. ill aiiinmei' or ihe t'nlteil States anil The Japanese bury their dead In a Canada, which ilurlic October I Ittlnc poiture, folluwlnc n custom or Novemlier centuries old. This Is done to save pace. Three cau he bnrled lu thla inuuner In Ihe upace of one ordinary Dlrdi and Cyclone. One naturalist has oppressed the srnve. opinion that hlrd hahltuatly make use Etl H.v Scaleo. of Mono lu traveling from one part Most reganl eels ns tha of their mice to another. He points .Upper re.hlenti of the water, out that If a hlrd ennnot tlud shelter, It unlit he mote oinforlnhle on tha but the InveKllirutlni; sclcntlsi .ays cove nil with a complete vvlnj than on the k'rouiid diirlu: a the eel ct of .cale ipilli us nicely urrutined atorui. Iie.iile In the lercet aale a limv Is nt rest; that Is, a thii.e on Miv ti.h nml employed for tlie air the bird I. In a niovltic. .upixirtlni; j the same purpo.e toil their diminuu Miwerful micro IlieiPuio llUe awlliimer In H atronaly- - i tive lii' reipilie ' cope 10 flow In.-- river. lliem Kne-lan11 11 11 r mt 11 11 I This phrase dcnltlea wholly, or to the utmost decree. The ciprenlon l inathemntlml formula, taken from 11 s5L alAuds foi Niiy uumher. "Cut where to the nth, pint one," I niiother form ilu I .Unifying of Ihe phrne, inure than miiv immher. 11 11 Capital $50,000.00 Surplus $60,000.00 Honor Roll Bank. 4 per cent paid en time Call and tee ut. J. J. Walker, Prcldcnt. t. de-poi- it. hrolher" THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. 5. C. DENNY, CmMmr. . Cttftfti $50,000. Honor RoH Bank surplus $50,000. And eriioii went out nnd bfoucht the wniideivr hnrk with hlin It did n. 'I lake lone, even after Ma abject roiife.aloii. for Iuka and HilM'rt to ibivr up lln'lr reientnt ouipanlon And they -- pent 'hat evening In planning what a lot the SIO.iHK). revived fur a rlulm that Ihe tnu bad come to .ecure, would dn for Jut In time anihlllcMia fellow and tha three )oun:. bonny girl who ietl not now wait lart In life. toncrr for l.n' Ceulua I a iiperlar ptllude Bufon. I Th Sandwich Apptlir. The loUKrsUtill.hed i;iiroieiiii cut-toi-n of luklne un before dinner, In Ihe form of a wafer-likh und llslit lievernire, has many point lu in favor. The hlrhourd.' o It culled, cuu be most tastefully erved 011 a daintily npoluted tray. When h meal beln with a hot soup or a chilled fruit, Ihe Catherine for th ".IdeboarU'' Is ihe most allfai tory way for tbt housewife to he sur that all tha family are reudy to tak their place at Ihe table. The are made of very thin allce f butterrd bread. Serve thete with of Ucd grape Juice. upin-tlier e mid-wlc11 1 r aHWUi ' t W. F. Champ, U' II lllnn.i. tn it... Kru.t.lun- I,, (i. Davldion, Canhler. l..'t J. L. Cill, W. K. Miller, AsiUUnt Caihitr. Mr. Naomi Hamilton, Teller. AItant Cathlcr. CITIZENS NATIONAL LANCASTER, KY. BANK. ls Corner Public Square and Danville Street. Th Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday Nov 17, 92 1 1 THE GREAT (Dim il Majestic Range makes cooking a pleasure, drives away worrying over half cooked food, makes the wife happy a big investment for the husband. Call and let us tell you about them. I an still a few we would like to convince. parties. Then again, there are We hae the goods to ituuince if you hae the The Japanese ambassador at' others who apparently think inclination to be convinced. Washington is refreshingly less of the public welfare than liel they do of losing the few 'frank and to the point. hours reouired to vote. Thus suggests that the American and Japanese could come to a bet the spoilsman often wins. If every man and woman hi 'r understanding if the pine America who believes in plac- - tky f backbiting could be elf ing men of high character and minntctl. "Live and Let Live Folk.." Pebbly he is right, but we integrity in public office would , imagine his remarks would be buck the financial tiger it go to the trouble of voting the1 thf Eth., ,n!fr,er, 31 3( IE n .imi.ir it. t. ' mi.i.i. spoilsman would soon cease to applicable to Japan as well as would pass a law compelling lr 'n tl o cry person to accept the01,' ircrl-I.,,,',,,.,.,,.,,,, to this countrv. . m.til. i"""1, , wiiirrmit, will elect them. Our schools li a iiii.tn.-.- . to t i,r .rut " The Central Record "'uuun .f There is no uuest on but' nations ami people nave ai" will continue to improve, and what the great majoritv of our right ti express their opinions terest when tendered in lieu of 'f rmiiie. (or t.mj t forty Waakljr. Yaar. St.SO Uiucii mllt'M. Im tiuli rniHiii ruidlty, will soon be adequate to meet people wanigood men in pub-'currency. a straight forward and man- -' I n it (tH Payable ia Advance. !. iinkiHivt n ran. the demands of the day. We lie positions, but it is a far cry w,l" '""' il 1S "ot t0 " That of course would not MliJ'ft tn nh ill. J. E. ROBINSON. Editor, (in ml It want to do our part to keep from wanting them there andil"'1''01' t list t they will always' please the speculators in bonds I'UfriHclil- - u( n much L .ELKIN, Local Editor and Mgr. it. step with the spirit of the times going to the noils and nlacinei agree. Hut backbiting is con- - hut it would be a boon to the! urtlinllv kihI II" Unrin n'r for better schools. Itluctive to friction and trouble. millions of poor peopl who Robin Hoed'i Proper Name. them there. Entered at the Tost Office in Lan ' ood ever comes from it. Mail caster, Ky., as Sccond-Clawere induced to buy bonds, Tlx irix-- iiuint if IM.In IIihnI is the remedy? What, then, b llol.rrt ntlith Tlir llrt Ii f(. Matter. If we don't want our women "until it. hurt." Let Us Give Thanks. ' Compulsory voting! I'iltHili.'il Into Itt.tilli. anil I tir toiitiil . !., ..... ito marrv Jaoauese men that is Tin. ni'in ,lnt" """"I. (IlitllUii: llir tj wlilrti I he indiirerence with which ji, nw,1m, fnr , u.ern r,ih .. . . Thursday, November HI. has) . Femsn Alrti.mt Rpr , f !iml(ir business. If the Japanese THE AMKRICAN I'HKSS ASKXHATION people view the disarma-- j inc "in"). iit (.mine .t.tiitrti been designated by the ruler of is not natriotie enoiiirh to ,.y. don't want our men to marry """s "' r" 'T meat conference at Washing-- ! "" our country as the day women, that is their busi- tl.Mt their ri.ri.i i.....,1. ... Lucaster, Ky., Novenbcr 17. 1921 ton indicates that they do not hlmi . rmiiy il- ,- ,rl t Hunt. which we are to give thanks to1 should be compelled bv law to, "ess. Neither has a right to fully realixe that the future of (. hii..riM. ..,.n. (Juler of the Universe to .1.. ... the obieet. altlintiirli ui iiiiderstaiul . - .. ... 'this country may i... .inuj ins "" " the .Maker and the (liver of alii ' nr...' ...mi. i n,.i. ffatts For Political AnnouacamaaU. me ., ruin i , I... .hi.- nun is line oi wit rru.soiiM...i. in the balance. . iik: : Suspended Animation. Kor Precinct and City Offices. .$5.00 UllllgS. - Japanese have for their feelingj 7 Again it is very simforced ... !..(, tiled kim1 10.00 For County Offices If the conference accom- - lit. a t n .....J.I ... . hm. . nt . !l.lr Wi Will irn in ,lim,li ,,.il i of resentment toward us. ,. For State and District Offices. .15.00 i i .. .i...."m'. ' pluhes definite results we jnob- 1... rr. ,,,,,, .Hh,rrti ' " .." .III- llll till' L,lllll.', SUl lilltl , ', 10 Let the penalty for failure to For Calls, per line.. ' ably will enjoy a long period ' Uiini t. uvtns rr.n.n Tin-t iree f irom ine cares oi lie. Put 10 For Cards, per line . vote be the loss of franchise if gentlemen of Nippon. f trnwlrn la ' iH.ianr I lie fires of peace. If they fail, anothin our homes wt Hi,, Kor all publications in the internirsri!i is without iirotiertv. joins tbcre and we will have ..... ... ' l.t.M.t I. . .1.11. . ...1.1 .1...- jii est of individuals or expreser world war is inevitable in !! aiKl liMtl.TIII.- - Imii,. (t.,. inn ruin .fi;iiii. .mil tinin'i.in.i uMiluiiit l..irit;mt.. ..vKiwi. Mess cause lor tuture trounie. sion of individual views, per our hearts will be sunreme. order to adjust the political line uhlrh vmtc MllT. froiru t lor an increase of lio per cent1 0tll. .Ujoimi cni,jt,, is over- I.mi. wii.n line I'.ut why will it be so? , and commercial diircrcneus 'In- MnrtaT air In Urn rarrlnl .Inn to trnlly. twner. Obituaries, per line in his assessment, if a tax pay-- , ,0U.jK wit, U, keenest minds l n xrr ttri that are exasperating Europe Hit) rrti J i How many of us will give f the nations or the eartli. sent and Asia with every setting of . Iserious thought to those incom-- 1 ls'by their governments to advise the sun. la such an event the V.luJblt lUrJi Pf mt. The Two Amendments. . blessines for which w.. . ,i... ma". or rw"ma wno 1.11 -" i. .. i.:. III I 11'leii ttilttt. hn ni' ... ,1. ,1,,. ,I.,l...,.,(.w "i:.. ttimt ,l, ,lw. United States cannot hope to llllllK We do not the least bit re- should render our profound "I llll' ll.lllll objection . valunMc Ililtic- - v ln r'.rni to such1 armament conference. iv.:...J,lilv' " vain! ...f..i . ' .1 tl by rimw tr by lunt tl , gret the defeat of the two ti t I .... . eieape. . a law. Others need it in or- , ln itrmmr, m,i ..! (my When the conference ends i? in :i 1:11111 it L' m:iri' tier to jar them into realizing1 Our objection amendments. day is past when we can old UpinN'.mtHii. iratn ti i'K..Hlly The (if tilt ll'alll tf il ..kit Ifl was not based upon the idea and plenty, yet the world sit calmly on the fence and iliuW--r th. nliiil' tr- l .n....rr ltir the responsibility of these specialists coi.l.l iimKewaU.h t,J(. ()thwl. ftf,oM.s I'D to "f nM,nM a lbt i.iy"- - .:r.MNt that amendments were smoke around us is torn, and bleeding, a tour 01 mis country ami suhiv screened plans of partisan poli and no bended knees of supplU ,..,,,,, Some nation will be surely. it. tiu .Hf ' America have receiv-whic- h closely our American methods to kick the fence from beneath 10 irin,. wuu ticians, through the success of cation, earnestly pleading fori t iio- - 11m m,u "f"r ,h!" k'rn ",- ' it was hoped to organize (the commercial and political M. welcomed and honored Fer-- a of doing business. us, as the kaiser did in the last I1"" :f.'riallo sihI rficMalna ma hr lo All of the wisdom of the war. marshal of political machine. Although restoration that means life ami dinand Foch. j.nttrt'iy .lin.n'Ht UiIhi - Th- - 'Mint r ranee, most illustrious genet world of commerce is hot cenAffrdt. In I'nrw tJlc tered in the countries across We have health and h:ippi-lathis county of the last school K. 1, Dr. Nov. l.ouuvillf. When Art Failed. The fact that the water. S. Mr.Murtrv wan dt'ctcil tiri'M-- ' enacted by the republican "e-s- . while many other nations it ml if ThU Ia4) tru.' Mmy In mi mlt .'lillitr America has grown from an of ,h,. .state lioanl of Health administration, by which the of the earth are bowed under tWM HMl.t. Siiimt .lii faut to a giant within a short a iiuTtmtr f thf mi'iiilior.i of the 111.') itm t Wins iiihI local republican machine seiz-- j the weight of distress and bull nfti'rnoon, xur- - Ilttl. riMiutry Inn. hut, aircl urn! .lu.iy time would indicate that at board htd.l hcrv thM ed upon its provisions, and Ker, anil are groaning 111 the lt nmhln'i talk S.i.n.h, ci'clitu: in Uiia rapacity Dr. John l!. iWfiy. seen the greatest country of the least a portion of that wisdom Smith, who.!turned the schools in this coun- - depths of despair. . milk iw.H). "imi.tl tm ii:Btloii u uccfit- is to be found in this land of ...1 l.v (law.irt.nr e have education and en- - earth. ty from a no partisan state inHut seeing is not aiiy ttlill thf nthur Jlricl.-.moiw freedom and progress. Kurope when Dr. South Ml U ut.ume hu .MM. ...it. In. to an auxiliary republican or- lightenment, while millions in derstanding. The ImiL.-.'I StMUktrt anil a ganization, this being common other lands are growing to ma marshal has much yet to learn might benefit by absorbing ituttf a minltT lrtiiNiti'ntiiiry to ly wa ttt tiir Id Unit Uattc an tnrtir Hi." Imi rt'tunicl I., ruiil ol 'l I'ertainly we would 'nun mil. knowledge, causes us to have turity under the blight of about America, and of her MrMurtry f Pr. ' bct trtNiNtliMiit Hlih iw ti. i.'. a elw a trin" pie. and of their habits and some misgivings as to the pur- ignorance and superstition. hh.I Iml'llirlil. I'r.Nti ilic I.ihI. .. known phyticinnf in .Mi wlth tMu wist' mvn ,,f ,,tl,,;r ,,a' bin held practically ev.try poltion of j Tufi. . Peace and plenty health customs. And without this' poses behind the proposed de.litilty and honor within the Kwer and happiness education and ' knowledge feated amendments. lere can be notl()n Roof of Washington's Heme. . lien mere is aiiowier moo 10 if the mt'diral pruften to !,.,.i..,.i i...,i..,.ui,..ii., We are heartily in favor of enlightenment! IWtavt """d IiIiirI.' ru.f x "..rce1 lit- ha b..n prtxiilont of thf Amtirt ' the subject. What more could mortal any and all plans which fairly France should send also her w"bictetr. Ii.hih. at Xlouut .,I,.i can Mfd.ci.1 of th.' Foreign countries have reu promise to give us better Christian desire? keenest minds of the commerttuky Slat- - .Mclicul AMocintitm. of. 'I'T ff nlr.tl until ." f With all of these we have cial world to our country, men duced the cultivation of the th,. schools in this state. We have County .Mmlirnl ll.mr. n yntf Um.m .n in the past years had a school been abundantly, endowed bv who will investigate and ap- sidl and the practice of econ- andof the Smnhern .Surulrnl and .Macaxluw N, of WioWhiiiion , ... ... 'illr Mtr . .1 system that did not meet the, the Creator of the heavens and preciate the methods by which omy to a science. In 'this we iiyiicruHiKHH" aCMUiiiii. ,i iih n. vu wiinj nMauri U"Hi In . I..II iri (i.r much to learn from them, trtint time ,m adJitlon to Ik.ihk ii W' rtxifi liuw lultl all.t... The past gen- the earth. reitnrements. we have sprung from an infant have )i r unit I'M nt ),r knowledge that would be of prni'tiainir phy4cian. hi' :i1h is proM at all uniitiMiiUti loi i'tir.i ut. It is because of His great nation to a position of comeration has been poorly eduIi a it. dent of the faculty of the Milieu I D. Ilff t Iri.M lit ftlai li ii r . i .cr cated. Our poor school sys- love for us that He bestows manding power among the peo- inestimable value to us. of Dun (Hirtmcnt of Die I , ,, ..., llllll II..' lli .! ,,, We of America are inordi- villc. Kor n.an wu rara he ni tem in days of old. has produc- these wonderful blesuings upon ples of the world, and that f '.. I ,i ;t.. i.'i .1, k i. nately extravagant anil crimin- nt the ti. n.l of t' N'.rtlern Infirm """ ' ed lamentable, and unhappy us. , .rly " .ii ....ii .i within a few short years of ally wasteful, while ii. t ft.'! the aver ar h.'rt i.i. A life of love and veneration Hut there conditions. has time. It would serve to rebeen wonderful progress in the would be slight recompense move the feeling of suspicion age Kuropeau or Asiatic is justj ;tx past fifteen years. 'e should for even one of these precious and antagonism which many the reverse. XV k might well take many, not permit the purpose to mend gifts. of the French entertain toward lessons from them in the de- As we receive, so should we the mistakes of a former genus, and which is felt to a cer velopment of agriculture and bestow. eration to lead astray from the tain extent in this country toLet us give thanks. the practice of economy. paths of reason. ward the people of France. A closer interchange of ideas I assumed Amendment that We do not understand the dood Cingham lOcts. yd. and thoughts would be hcnc- an appointed body or a cen- Little Thoughts French, and the French do not .Men's Haiti Coats ... $1.50 ficial to the peoples of both the( tralized appointive head would understand us. liesl House Paint $1.98 gal. On Big Topics. clearly demonstratedThat was old and the new worlds. more wisely select the school when our Men's ! (Suckle, All Rubber Over .Shoes $1.50 leadership for Kentucky. In Whyis it so many public of- troops came in contact with !S0 x :t Tires Hold onto your liberty bonds. .,, $9.00 this we do not agree. Let the ficials think invariably of self them during the world war. Don't let anyone cajole you in- -' U0 x IS ' j Tires .. $10.85 people select the head of the and ho seldom of the public It left anything but the friend to selling them for less than (itiaranteed (!,()()() miles. ichools of the state. welfare? ly feeling both nations could hiar. They arc slowly but I ..ft, Those who are interested in !..!.... :.. .... I That question has been ask- desire. mi 11: i, iiniii); in tiiiui", unit iiiici-I better schools, be active in ed by millions of people many SANDERS VARIETY CASH STORE Great generals win battles the high rates of interest come presenting the merits of those millions of times, yet the and save countries when their down the bonds will shoot up who would serve to direct the answer is simple. New Location LcxligtoM Street. people arc at war, but it re again in value. school systems and the people Our political system creates' quires the keen vision of the If congress hud the nerve to MNIIMMNlNtstlllNlNlMMN I J of states- productive genius to maintain men, men who too often ex- a nation on a prosperous plane ploit the offices they hold for in time of peace, their own and their party's welThe two great republics of fare instead of administering the earth slum Id have a closer them for the ultimate good of understanding, both politicalKneh all. This is made possible ly and commercially. only in one way. In the heat has much to learn from the othMoth would materially of a campaign the poli- er. tician turns heaven and earth benefit from the contact. Let the thrice welcome visit in an effort to get every one of his ilk to the polls to vote. of the victor in the war be foland the invariably .succeeds. lowed by others from ictors The clean minded citizen has in the realm of peace, We need it, the French need been fed upon exploitation until he remains away from the it, and neither France nor polls in sheer disgust, feeling America has anything to lose that it is little better than a from a broader knowlcdgr and waste of time to choose be- understanding of the other. tween two evils- - -- hand picked candidates of the two great As The Sees politicians instead You Know What You Want to Eat, but do you know where to get the best returns on the cost of eating? If on will permit us the pleasure we can easiK demonstrate that this store is the logical place for you to trade when you want satisfactory service and the full value of your money. .Many hundreds of people know this now. Then Editor It. CONN BEOS. slEIEl bJl Curiey & GuUey. ( I I '"" r 1ii-u.- m-nt- td "' '' r j , . I .. j 1 I .. ,i- ... i V- 'it. h- ,v.. i ! - .... ; 1 II. ' ,, "'"' - I , -- nii-- l.t Iiiiii-iibl,- I I ' i ! 11 ( I ! H(- 1 111 -, Om- - -,' 1 , w 1 I -- in-'i,.- -. I 11 11 I 11 . - 11 ! ! 1 neo-'son- u' j cntt '' r , 1 live-tow-. I MIIMVI.-'tHIIMIII- I - Aww-wtlon- . Kt-n- ''' ,1 , , -- ! . nm-nnt- i . I I RARE VALUES ... j The Central Record. Lancastei , Ky., Thursday, Nov 17 92 1 1 LANCASTER is the town ENGLES is the place to buy everything In CANDIES, FRUITS and NOTIONS. Yon see our stock first it'kllke the stock better. sell StrPire Cite. I .of i Maatrr Jainr Peace, the little ran DEMOCRATS Mr. and Mn. Joliri Pence I very III with Ill pneumtimn. man) 'riend arc hoping fur htm speedy recover) A Bfc Are To Moot Vlr. Mr. .1 It llmirti.. iim.I glrila ilnurne were In Danville Wed- - t Dll.V All(l Til Ik OVOl ncday to ce Mr. Ilmirni', who hail A Hairs .i surgical operation ut the Danville OF KENTUCKY For 1 $2.50 11 i I We have a Splendid Line of HATS for all ages at and $3.50 as long as they last. H I Party !liiiitnl. Mm. Ii m lining nicely. h Gossip About People A 'inner pnrtjr Monday In Imnnr of her Husband birthday. The Uible had for it center piece ii hakct of foil Agent fer Ed V. Price Tiikwiij; Co "Site the Difffeate." fmir cour-- e ' limer. A delicious Many good whrfii'sj nenii wi nerved. . were howcreil umii Mr. (tilths The :uet. were Mr Arch Knvannutth.j wn I'ruf Paul in Mr. Charlie llNllew, Mr. Joe ltBrn-- ! lat I rda "'i busine tile. Itev Hurry lliiilon, Mr. Alex Mi Joan Mount nttrmled the Fox, 0f Ma.lt.nn count. Mr. Joe. 'luiitcr' dance ut Cnili OreHnnll Wnihcr. Mr. Jrmm Iteniley and Mr. (ieorite Kahinean. iinni: Ttieasiny evening. C- - Luther Oihb nine itirprie Copy Or OfTicl.l Call Issued lly The Democratic Stale Crnlraf Htrculivr Commlltrr. My Anil FRANCIS-SMIT- dear llil Klll,. i Mf Mn.(a of lh Cemlno and Getnji by TtvM n't An InUriiltd la. returned Mr Lome IV 0. (latich WW ha returned! with her after a week' vMt Mr ille .1 . vin. Punt to Hon t iny hiiuiTnian I.n oviiiKton u- t.,.. ......... .... J el lJ.o,.t..rl ! -w Tueday it on u . ... Mr John VclloherU ho return- from n vwit m hk dter. Mr Ifuoer SHiwtle ami Mr. Spindle in Vn. Mta limine. in Han m HKmitev; Norfolk. Mr (leorge ItolMmwn Mile mi buMiie- - Monday. Cnrne Itelle teaditj in SUififaril. pent the weekeni whh her aaretita. Mr. nnil Mr W. ouui. who! -' Mn. WemVjr DkrherMti III i J a lew any l!miii. 11 tnrsnnau. Mim I'ntty n. rnt riltur AmkirMM M m H.nielfte. I Mr nnd Mr. Tlmler, of a North Mitlillotawn. Have heeti Ktieula iuf Mr. ml Mr. Ren KuMriMin. an Iuie Mr nixl Mr. Cnl.ell l)iHiy i.iti.rs in pHNvilk TuiMlhir. l.oaiNfftaM I ! lMii. Puttie )ihoMii l.'u'key, of been recent t.'uirt of Helm. Mt Mr nad Mr. Onwrue ?mitk are ' .Staafoiit, hne M.ilWi: relntie. in .Mliywtlhf. .Mt .Vans Price Mr Wewley MtMiMipi oh Mr. Harvey A Irani and Mb In line with the policy adopted li the Democratic State Central and Kxeeuiive Committee of a square .Mil far the cttlzen voter of Ken-- ! tucky and within Ute limitation of the nulhoiity vested in me a Chair man, of the Committee ami the auth-orltof the Committee, you are herehy retftltted ami called to meet The Ladle' A ill Society of thi'lnt the SeeUmrh Hotel on the rtOth. t. II I'hnrrh it IliltilJ.. aill kav.i .I... -- f vtt. . ,1... fl.k.l HOtl-- e, M far a cotifermire. nigliti Is III. Frida) We have ho mare authority than 'tomorrow for henertit of the churrh. wn uiven m hy the Convention from r powern nun wmcn we nerveu wrirnmr. " which creoteJ ua, whrrvfore we can mvt not oroperly announce new principle,. INOteS. or Ktlicie, nor can we wt thorn Tht Woman' Chih met Thnr4ay the of authority 'letermine afternoon at th- room it Lexington .t .i ... .... ... ...t..... . tiiiiimiiMmi avenue. .Mtor We ,' ilet'lnreil for in imrtir piatfomi to any the protintm wii clven .11 charne of, .,7 Oiiinin .who matte a tnlen- - niven cwmlition. an.i thu hmo our Mrt. A 7, .. leBiltor. We can, . Mim Katie' 'einocrntic liil talk on Allrnhlm. however, .confer upon the jiIuim of . .. , , rend a beautiful llorne HickerMn . . power unti inioire Hi inr nrr-rini i. ti ... minptrtitloti at Frankfort to keep heeri iippointisl Ulinirlan af the h fit i til with the people, anil how there chili. A picliil invitation i uiven nhue. and failure noali he met all to vit our Library There nre by the Democratic con oer ,001) volume on t helves ami remislieil anil Senate. Thinj trol of the -- ir: ;i,,. Henderson County Farmer Starts Important Fertility Teat. w.-- arti-- i thi fail. l'kiiin lWeil . . il D ...... - tiiii" ilon .... n uniir-pillio- n The farmer trrnwniir ami ileliverini: the InrKi'ftt amount of whint will re- eeive the live barreli of tletir. The who produce farmer the mot lniliel of wheat an ncrt on live P. K S'mnon, a lleni!eroii coun- - acre or more will receive J'Jfi.OO. ty fanner who i cooperating with A imilar prue will be given to the County Acent P. W. .Martin and the farmer who produce wheat at the extension divMon of the College of leant cot a liu.hel on live acre or Afrriculture ha just started a fort ill- - more " " zer ilemontrntion on hi farm which, i expected to nmtwer many impor 9Q0 Livingston toriv iuetiioo 01 on leriii i tiir ioi- mer of that, community, nccordinc Community to n report from the county. Mr ' Meets. Stimn will ue ililferent plot and1 I Farmers , Attend make M jHinite anil eiimlnncd pho-phate ... of arid phophate at the rate of 'J 00 tn Kill pound an acre, rock at the rate of 1.000 to .',000 loiunil an acre, limontone at the rate of one to two ton. an acre ami farm manure at 'he rate of live to ten ton an a.-r- I are I.ivinttton county farmers annir community meetinK to a t'ood advantage in -- olvin the variou. prnl. lem of thuir farm community chnol recently held under the direction of County Ai;cnt l C. Pace. More than 1100 farmer nttenilud the which nr.. hi.lil in ilif- of the county. ul- Livestock and oil and crop ject were the principal one discu- It. C. Miller, ed by the fnrmern. etiflit nieetniL' 1 )kkrrMi hni miNtiNC umh- - to, Mr trip. Mr. (Jeorve Ijiwmhi aMmii Mt-'i- anre in W llanviile the pact week. It. the Mr. far ter II. I. Hower left lnt Meek her home m IE) Itomilo, Ark., afa vmH to her potent. Mr. it I 11 H. II. llenr)-- . Cook and Mm. Iiuhii Mawa were in Mr. Ikuni Ite AiMle Itutietlue .iml Itnymoml - Morfar. of llaena n .pent Prinhiht with the IVrtekey l.rather. awl Mr. Haynotlr-- Mar.ft,r.t Mr Mr h.-e- lUlnh a AiMlrrMNi. reent here. vHr mi af Oklahamn. . MattinK-ha- . tolatle.'., f Ml. MurUm u vtettmi: her ltettt. ho Hettlc. af MMkber. l.oxMu'ttMi. antj aHd) f I.eh.uian verted Mr. antt Mr. Knmk ltrowHlni; ninl family lat Svrnlay. r. Mr. KBIim Mv. Pniacw (tniM. af 1. vioIh, nUic in llHrrodihur. n heeo the iglimti of .MIm Ixttt An-ieri- Ih Lmeutter Chapter of the Kottern Star will attend the meetlHc of the HarroiUburi: Chapter thl eve. Mr. J J Purley ami handome roa, .lark, Jr.. af l.iHiiville, ure here Mr. Joe Wheeler, af lloreu. hi her parent. Mr. and Mr. A. heen vlitnic hl mother, Mr. Pom viaiumt i Somter at the Kcnuarfan. Whcelrr. ITm many frtrntl of Mr. Dallie Mr Sam llurri. af I.tiuieville, i Itrawn art' orry to know of her ill- Mtitlnt; hk w rent. Judpe and Mr. Stanford Mreet ' 'r K W llarn ami hope idle will om b ri'tontl h.nlth. Mi Cibton, af Su Lout, ia pg4-tmir a few doy here in the interost i 'M01 'eeUM hecre- lr "f v vv lary of lb Ijlnca..r Chamber of - J Ctxamoiro nttttudod the Kentucky' Col Joe llawddnn, of Crnb chard Spnnc wa a viaitar in ltn--f Secniario banquet Riven at the ! !PneUe Hotel in Lesinutan Tumiiay rotter Saturday. I , K r r- Mr Al M.ilinu lincater turned to Indiana. llurnido. who ha been ! ,'K',l reJntiv, hi re Mr. W II. Coak. of Danville, ha been peiidlnk a few day in l.anra. ter with ndolive. Mr. Mr and Mr. K. K. Kill and son, Mr. and Mr. Charle fiooch and lit tle douehter. Kdith. of Danville, Sunday, where mHlr(w ,w MaIM,. they peni an enjoyatde day with Mr. and Mta. ick Heeler. ami Mr. Ilnnk Hudn. of and Jne M. Kavanau'h D.ir.Mlle were kuo.I Sunday af Mr. Wm. Klnualrd. who are in the Federami Mr W. A. ParHaii. al Prohibition Service and who have f PalmetUi, t'-l- r headiiuarter in Lexington pent Mr CeorK lltiBhc. tjeork'in. t hete at the bedside of her, the week end with their parent. Mr. d Mr. A. W Kavanauch and Dr. mother. Mm. Dollle llrown. IS KJn In VjTaVeS '' ib- Library ticket for I ear eil by an overwhelminc vote in the cription i worth $1.00. del a card County. election !hcep extenion necialiit from the for youru'lf and fer a friend for lat ' College of Agriculture and K. K. We con and hoM onpinite and ChrMinn wmihl he tltUnir. Nat. 'I In or. er t.. stimulate the produc together with Democratic S.ph(.nM,n soiN .,,, tfrop, ,II(l.jai!t Ituth 2. and H. Mi Mary Carrier. 'i direct -- horl repreeutative an etrart, toward an tion of biiTBir yield of wheat in nil,,,, lht. ,nk!, Pavi and Chritine Sander. looklni: to the en- part, of the county. Grave. county tm5V hlMW ))f farnl,nir ,lftl.r whicb at your honeM procnim llermce Cmimp will and united miller, banker and local farmer' they led iliicuion by the farmer Library lightened conttriictivf home with library card orvanuation cooperating with Coun-:- . on problem conneited with the.e e hamlhmr of party authority in will he opened every Saturday gen! II II Mitchell have donated tuiiject. work. Thi turn bet he done in tne county. from ' to P M.. when by a joint conferene of our com- a ' jta' .if ie barrel of llour and may prent tard and neii-c- t mittee, h to be nwarucd a priie. F.nth, hi'iic and charity but the ii the Democratic member of will alo he your boah. Air. Italli-whuli n - ixpon ae of all i chant. our ltepreentatie in a wheat irrowinir conte the Kind to ituf card to the roan try in the I'nited State Congre. miihaHH people. I uteri SenaUt. and leadintr Democrat Helow i. a lil of the new baato: i u&mixj&ummi the state. The lloaf TreeCha. .'ville llurk We hould atteml turh a i..nfcr-- E3S .MyM)iry m Kitamore- - Wm once with open mind unpledged an )li t? Johiion. any previous I by Predentin Jnne .Melttii Mark Lee uniimbarraniNl -- ecret inllueiue or pr. aKroement. Lather. vale control. We should ut oiuc Itat Winn Sax Itabnior. K. II. Ptnk.r- - lift our party above the reprearh of The liric Trtviri tne urfpNigandi't u'ho would break ton. the faith of the citizen by the Heart of Three Jack IadM. Your Health and save money by buying your ioo uggetiori of malign 'i I.ula ltett - Xona Oate. Mi unworthy obligation. The Hlower of llubWua Aathe II. mjence or The eye of the country are upllwxter. on us The problem that confront The Ivory Diif Porcy llretiuor. the Slate have been generously The White Udie-- t af Warchwter to u in the majorities of both Floronce U llarolejr. llouso of the Legislature. We arc Lin McLean Overton Wttr, to work to the future of The Wbhing King MaH Margitret uur State in the interest of nil the Withlermert. regnrdle of rt. Tin Akjito Wm. I. people Koutle.lge Ulda hould be done with clean ham! and Comfort. SUPPLIES FROM LANCASTER'S NEWEST The Keeper of The Poo- r- Ethel M. we should hold them up where they enn be eon. Wherefore thi vail for peu. AND MOST STORE. The Ked Lady Knl.SirM N. Hurt, the pr)MiM' herein indicated. Very incere'y your, l. S. FWUbor. Dead Men' Money First wo want you to know l hero has heon a drop (ShwiiHl) Cha. A. Hardin. ?'. C leghorn. The Sdnter Sam in 'jroatl ami wo havo como down accordingly. Chairman The GhvHt (iarden - Amelia llivere. I POUND LOAF 8cts. Jame llevanwooil Baronet II. J.' life POUND LOAF 12ct. mc boat adverttmg A ' llue Wheat Growing Contest . i ferint communitie or j Iciri-lutiv- )r i0 mj&mi&mmMwmiWimuM l PROTECT THANKSGIVING DINNER UP-TO-DA- d ,Pted " i Mer. Cooper. The Summon A. K. W. Maon. Seed of the Sun- - Wallace lrvin. llurbankit Hook. I volume- million people W. taken Tanlac with tk mot grntifvin re-rTwenty e. from poopla who have actually Starmei Drug Store it. Taa ued It. Exercise Important For Pregnant Sheep. Daily exercise for v. pregnant n keepAc till .in important p!ar ing up the circulation of blood and putting the digestive trait in the bvel condition and for these reason oould not be overlooked if the thick jpj managed during is to be aucces-full- y that period, according to heep speci-- J .jri; be may Pnrtml exeroi Mecosary at timos when ewe will J5l not take it of thtdr own accord but r5 rt should be nrnrtteed at all time. avoul-- , 4i to ee that Violent exertion ed. Il Uno of the host ways to induce tile, If. i to scatter anitunk Ut lake ranffbage over the ground at onie din nee from tm aheher of the eue tJ i that they will be compelled walk to it. Cam tovcr ct n u ift shoek aerve widl for this purpo'c rs and prnvid fed far the animal. with n small amount af waste, ac ' If you art not one of those satisl"il customer who lias been watching for this ad, tor tne sake of of your hank roll road the following list: No 1 i Mr. and Mr, tioorge llarrt. of tUnta. :., have been guet of MeM. L. (!. Davnl.on. W. 11. You. ' Hurton, Alev Daty. J no. M. Farm Judge and Mr. K. W Harm. 1 deftirc to thank my many frieml anil Judge l.ewi I. Walker were in W. It. Iturton, Mr. Mr Pae' l.exinutou Wednrda attending the wtm lwally Mipnortod me in my Thoma and Mr. John Scott w organianUan meeting of the Cooper-1'itix- e race far County Attorney. I will contmne the pr.lftlee of luw hopper in Danville Tuesday. Tobacco Marketing Plan. after the l.t. af the year with airico Loin Undrum. Mr. F. It. Mr r. Jenkyn adjoiaing Judge Lewi Walker' of. Mf Hm Mpl Markbury, Mr. and Mr. Clay Sutj.(ri r,.f,.v,HK . Iinitriltulation. over lice.. . t.ni were in Danville We.lnei.la ,0th of I extend to Mr )m ,rrivl, of Underwood my ' home of Mr and .ongmtulat.on and aure Him of Ha.eldcn, Mr. K II i November, at Mr Sam WaH-.hit rtforta to enforce Iradhw. nt Danville my iipnir llouiland. Kate and Lillian Kmnnird t Mr He la ben ihrntcned Dwight II. II 'be law. Kr.pectfuily, Panille Tucdoy wire vnitn U. C. Walker. and.Mr. J U Kinnaird. tilt. Storme Drug Store. It. EXTRA FANCY MICHIGAN PER PECK -. SUGAR . . POTATOES -- - - 51ct. 10ct. Vjct. 2Scts. 7cts. IScts. 23c ti. 2Scts. lOcts. lOcts. 5cts. Thanking GRANTULATED 16 Ibi. for $1.00 llt. l! ,,, I (eXKJXlXt tmm mm I Wo tliVnor- HAWn&eif.na tor - m Bl Af I T mm m V The Citizens Ut darrard County ihe thi 'did, hot : ted for I eircie -- 5 nieiti" i. . I of thanking i.l ! : huo thiiiK for sour aiiksjriuni: n - Ut i'i. ''ireii, wh the ele r DRESSED TURKEYS AND CHICK-GOOTINDER STEAK. ENS AND Ti v our good Juicy Roasts, Frcsli Fish Cranberries and Celery. and Oysters. Dried Fruits Peaches, Prunes, Apricots and Fijys. All kinds of fancy Nuts. Place your order now for your ThanksKivinu Turkey to he delivered day before Thanksgiving. D in charge to L. do great. aj'i.ei yiiir ever. conlinc ahvep J. Horlavhrr. the Ken nusbanilry of the Tort lit my ht ha.f and proflliee you Agricultural ICxperinient Sta-tia.at 1 will to the beat of my nldlit) tucky In tome im4i erci for the n Hiauuiir tluit wili iul rittut h" Mn" b' irtvmg credit to the party and the countic nltrtltt thont at a moderate pare f tw miwm ,.., at i ,lfUl, ml,,uU ' I have only the kindliest fcelin,. aro too heavy to l.u dr.v. for those tmit voted against me and """ . inlt.re fn- tneni.t.K e all.i "" l.i.tlfin l& i.et.r 1,,1's time Ihnl ll., forget It and all pull together for a t far thi reason thi mean i not al Driving the aniways advisable. better County and State. mal through deep, ttilf mud u apt J. S. iln.cldcn. to prove harmful. In order to avoid Over a quarter of a million well. violent exercise rare should be taken known men and women from differ to see that dog are not allowed to cut nurt of the conutrv havo ilirued chase the sheep. They should not be allowed to jump over obstacle! or to written endorsement for Tanlac, u. o. I. crowd through narrow doors. ,iiuruie 11..... fliuiri II. iiuk 1 Cabbage per pound Fancy Rice, 3 pounds Carnation Milk, Small Carnation Milk, Large Coffee, Fancy Peabcrry Cranberries per pound Jcllo, all Flavors Limn Beans per pound Spanish Onions, each Navy Beans, 3 pounds . Prune per pound, Apricots per pound Peaches per pound Peaches, Fancy per pound Citron per pound . Ba tanas per pound -- ... . ... . 25cts. 15cts. 23cts. 18cts. Raf in "Sun-Maid- " Box ... . 23cts. 48cts. 23cts. I iiiilut melf a your Se.iator in ,7 ... ..'in I H". Wt hae a full line, all sizes, both Hlack and White f). N. T. Spool Cotton THREAD Per Spool 5c. A Full Lino of L'nderwoar for all the Family. CHILDRENS SHOES, MENS RUBBER FOOT WEAR Have you noticed the reduction in tli- price of - -- Hour? IlruiK your i'kkh to us ami not the hlu'lu'st ket price in cash. .Mar- Scott Phoie 206. & Ruble Public Square. II l A.H.BASTIN&CO Telephone 34. ttmmmmmmmmmmmti V The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky Thunday, Nov 17, 192 PLAN LIVESTOCK PRODUCERS BODY U. S. Co-operati- ve 1 GIVES GOOD PICKLE FLAVOR ' VEGETAILES ! j NEED CLEANING Spl.ed vinegar I Usui in making, Wnsh nil tcgciiihlcs with great mtv pleliles, for Maturing itnitles. pinnm! w briber serveil raw or cooked, Senib s.ilml, ntiil similar dishes lor pick Inrci xeseinliles. mli n iiotatoes mul llllg It I especially tnlliahlc. n lite carrots with a brush lieen slmihl fintor from speel tlltegtir I the nit.f I I wnsliml leaf liy lenf lunler rillilllKl If . wtier, or III a large iiiimmil of wate nil through the pickles, while I pei .Into, and iptl are nibled illreiHt ntitll free from crli and xlslhle dirt I limn nm In the Inner cRe. nn In flu pickles lie and whin Hi the plan's whcio these 'I'll linns to l belli I likely in sink. 1're-nCliicago. Associated ) here ltie lire put Tin' herbs from wlmli treienl II from aitnlii gedliig on the Livestock producer. jathored lie vegetable Is made mti he spiced lift Ibein frma the wni'-- r recently, adopted tin plan for n tta ii.il as a mriiMi by mixing Ibein In tileinl of Miiiring the water .iff tiiti.it eunperntivr marketing ytrm the pickle prepared by a committee uf fifteen ti't-- i tlttcgiir Is liituli' All enellcltt appointed liy J. It. Howard, president b lllllne a wlile niiMitheil buttle or h of the American Kami Bureau Fed fml tnr to within inn Indie, of Hie cratioti. i'i with spiced plants of tllftcrciit of horse radish klinl. such lis The plan according to Mr. Howard "set-- , up farmer-owneand control! nml .iilllnlls, liniliels uf illll, ripe se.il td livestock commission houcs at the uf while uiiisiiird ami celery -greet The sweetened omelet Is often use' Memttlid seed liiitlirtllllll, stockyard; provides u plan for or leatcs of of Inrrairmi. tine basil. mul s n .lessen derly marketing ro n to prevent iiit! iiiiirjnraiii. A pod uf reil iep glut on the market und the come per tuny nli lie added. The biillle All ralilieil Hum Is nml fish shuuM quent ohnrp decline In price; and rep o Jiir Is (lien Mlli- -I wild vinegar. be reunited from the cans na sunn a resent the natural development of Iietlteil In HHI ileuree. I'.. Corkeil r opened livestock shipping senleil nllll left fur nlmlll llirisii week the t ilie end of I In- - ihree weeks, stnilli piece of camphor Try putting association movement." with j our sitter. It keep It the tlncsar nml Mil In mnll bottlet uwa The scheme Is the second cooper turiiUhliig. Cork ami ative movement launched by the Farm or seiillng eai wlih melieil psrnltliii from wat. Bureau Federation. Another com ot Allow two letel tenspiHiifllls mittee of fifteen last spring laid baking powder to each cupful of limit down plan for a national era In mar MUCH BENEFIT FROM FRUITS when mi egg nrr used. koting system which materialized in the United .States drain (.rower., in Thty Supply Acldi and Arc Imror Two part of pork fut to one ul tant for Their Flavor and beef fut form an etcrllellt llllltlire corporated. Unlike the grain plan, Othtr Good Reatont. In which t" fry duiictiniits. however, the livestock scheme does . not call for pools or Ions period con 1'riills are linH.riaiil In Hie Take a strip of ndhelte plater tract.. dtlld's diet. Tliej iipil.v mild mHiI write name mid nildres In Ink. and The existing livestock me linHMimit fur tlielr stick Inside of tuitr uuibrellii. nml Hie commission companies are to be suptliiir. fir 'lieu e(lei. nml ported, a programme of orderly mar- no dniibi fur oilier iinnin Till" Cut n little sB nil In the bottom of I. keting worked nut, a transportation t.iVHlhe eft'ei I mi. li" Chinee lantern and they will not Hie er irenenii u ..' iiruiie.. ormue department created, livestock statisiiv mid will be lest Hpt to nke .. I'rtnls. like lie tic. interpreted and the public i to Juice nml npl.'e- .eselplitr l.i i etellleli Hill To cool fiH.il ipilekly till the low.-- . he educated to understand the e f rill's part of n doulile Imller with Ice or inW wh'li Hie lnl iciiiife of meat a a food. - mi e i tiny I .11 MHIle .'mIIii .,! water and plnc- - fmid I it theuper pnrt The committee of fifteen which prepared the plan included Harry (!. ISeale, .Mount Sterling, Ohio; Howard M. Core, Clarksburg. V.; and J. Mar SpiCfd VlnejJr It Frequently Valu. jlile for PleMlna Hertit Use (ul for Garrtlih, Much Cart Should Eercltd Whether Strvtd Raw or Cooked Utt Bruth on Potalott. keting Association Is Decided Upon At Meeting. ( pi I ltilr tllii-ira- r AW .ee. d Aound House i i Youll get somewhere with a pipe and P. AJ Alkirt ftlntIn t?py U ltd fistr tri lint. kaasftam. mt utt hail pmiuti tin a iMw. mJ I -- . ... hU kaa. Start fresh nil over again at the beginning! Get pipe! and forget every smoke experience you ever had that spilled the beans! For a jimmy pipe, packed brimful with Prince Albert, will trim any degree ot smokejoy you ever registered! It's a revelation! Put a pin in here! Prince Albert can't bite your tongue or parch your throat. Both are cut out by our, exclusive patented process. So, just pass up any old idea you may have stored away that you can't smoke a pipe! We tell you that you can and just have the time of your life on every lire-u- p if you play Prince Albert for packing! What P. A. h.inds you in a pipe it will duplicate in a c cigarette! Gee but you'll have a lot of fun rolling cm with Prince Albert; and, it's a cinch because K A. is crimp cut and stays put! hone-mstl- aatt f kmmUar with tmlht l.itle ... l le .1 I it ll- CHEESE MAKING OFFERS MEANS OF UTILIZING SURPLUS MILK It. Skinner. Lafayette. I mi. Heck not to lift the veil of the future. Your coming sin might scare vju into taking the back track. r N J. fits ..IJ Wlntai.3.'.it;. Si C C.iytil I 1 3.' I PRIN6 e Sttd Pciru 0 td the there ;s Kor I.- Albert StJm ' the national joy $mofm j. .o .,-- M. S. HATFIELD DENTIST Offica Oytttrt Grratrit Cntmy. The stnrttsh rlliig with lis tWetf-sl- iy finRers In the l:,l uf iii.Iit, wM lt lite central! Ml.ial.il .ln.ri teem rat n tlifurli wlioli It e.in Mirk It i.i nu u.sutiatila Hie living fl.s'i -- Vrcjicin si-- - .1 hlr I'hnntt oar Office 5. LANCASTER. Tha Garrard Bank Rrtidanca 37G. KENTUCKY H'tietlte Orl'iilnl t.!.si. ,ti. and .. int.. a (Hiwder i, wh sr n mid fun. ai)mltdter It ' .i ileitis (rt. Imwi M :ir. Seain .mo milling of tblii nHtr'.tres, run It , , o U A Mjdc ' ' Of 'i , .nn i fur mailt nu fr ..i ' .iut inetal I ii k which n. f.irtu of riu4'iy ready ....III.-,- ) !tei 1 J.J.Byrne Excluiivtt. M A upiemeinsi Offtea Hour . . I DANVILLE, . KENTUCKY. Opposite Gilcher Hotel. 8 to 12 and 1 Simple Equipment for Making Cheddar Chertc at t'mlpil Htair.. mnt of AKtlrultiit. Atllericm, or I'lieilllar l).e fheese Is palatable, rich In foml tuliie. mul it may he kept for long erliiits without refrigeration. Kter.t hnijsewlfe nf n iiiiuilicr of piiliilnlile ilNhl-kllo liee-- e M .Oil' fliilli t. Wlllill limine III the 11111111110 diet. A it! may he iun.lt ul nut time uf the eur i here ibero Is h iiriln uf milk. heese making nffers nil j iiiltHiitticiniis tnei.li. of eonsening mit-li- t other-i- t for later use milk which inll- -t In I,. I.e wnse. silscest the I'nlteil Slate. I parrnieiit of .g. riciitlure. Appriixlmntely lite or K leiiir nr." reipilreil from the lime Hie milk Is placed in the vat for bentlng until the cheese I put Into the hoop for tlunl ptesMug. ami during Hint time It i not iiece-,n- r fur Hie iHrnt.r t. Site It lll entire nttetltli.il Trout tills (mint tllllll the end of ti Week old) h feu' minutes enih day are reiiilrei to turn Hie heee After that time the cheese Is turnrd only twice n week lti"t result, have tllllll fully ctir.il been ohlallieil III regions where Hie night lire ii xil Hiroiishiiiit the -- inn mer mul where iim.I wnter mat .e h.mi I'rriulad l' ll,i- - to S p.m. Iur. s J. A. Beozlev FUNERAL DIRECTOR Oflliv Over National Hank. Iteriideiicr I'hone 3. Office I'hnnt 21 KY. . ..ep.nallr Dr. Printus Calli Antwarad Niqht ANi. s I. I Walker Day oi 317. Kr N'rU'XY ' VETERINARIAN. Promptly li.uir , lmSm STUFF M : . Hioroiis-hl)- . mul Irate tit., milk ami .miliiliiiT iiiiillsiiirb.il for ."J i mtuute-.- . I'll! Ili- - Hill w lull siiriHIilillt lirm do hot crush or brenk It Stir the run I gelllly f I I'll, fifteen to twenty tullllltes Ileal It lit the IHle of two ilegr.i- Il the minute, until Hie temperature reaches. Ilai ,cgrees Mr a wlilli lieiitlng. Curd TeiU Allow Hie curd to in the whey at ll degrees I'. until linn ami lllltll 'Itiillgll bus iletelop.il ! not t the . itr.1 unit together Stub dent ncld has ilielenil wheii th. i iinl nppli.it to u hot Iron will form strings nm- - fnlirlli to one half lltcli long. The . ur.l Is tlrm .tiough if n lltlllllflll of It pressed t.Ccther hetw.l-t- i wh.-the hands falls ii..trt the pressure N rel. used. oft ini und put the curd on a drtiluluc rack which has In, n ...tered with n muslin chilli lio imt let the curd form int.. pletes Inrger Hunt a hickory mil Hie .ur.l warm while on the Hot-Iroi.i-lb-K.-e- fat hilt lint the curd. It.i.tnl s uilde.1 III Hie pr.isirilou of on.-ttii- r.l uiice Or HO to list . .nml-- . of milk, l ir- -t illliii,- tlie rennet wJlli m 1 C cihl wnl.-r- . pint stir It In OF GOOD We will on 40 ACRE FARM Rick. three-fourth- H.7 ' lU nukes of Dtttcrict CONN CONN When Hi. curd form, strings finni s of Approximately muuii. 1',2 to nne I hilt long on II chtS'se ure uliliiliiiil from liti m.iiiiis, hot Iron, mid suit t the rule of thru ounces fur leu Hiiiui. of the curd i.r 11 '.'I gulloii. of milk coulMinliig I per cent butter fat. It l luiirtuut Hate the curd nt t.mi.nitiiri of lemi. whole milk lor about ST. ilegrn-s- . y. I'm li In u Ihmi 0 have In-- li Ulllklllg. If lllk Is In be kepi lln.il with cb.i's.i loth mul apply pte I'll fheesil should he cooled to u liiu Klire gently. .ihiis nut) he up. houses. pi'tiilllie of tU degrees I". or lower, obtilllinl front .liiir.t i lolli i left on the lllilshul anil behl at Hint lemperatllle uulll The The milk should lud be lo bl elni'se. After .uu- nml one In. IT hour 1is.il. II Is el til.' lllee-.- - .lioubl fie ttikeii out llll'l Uioie than IwWte loiurs.sa l(llHirtllllt thai It be perfectly nweel. dress.il, llmt K nil wrinkles nr. Illkeli A wub boiler. Ia.se kettle or tub out of the ch.es.i loll, which colors II. nklnir but When the elni'se litis lieeu properly nil' be lls.il for i If cheese is to be limilc fr.slleliH) II tlress.it It should he put buck III Hie icgutnr heese tat Is limre sallsfui' press and full pressure iipptlnl for '.'I tut Is i coiislruet.il hours, Then the . i t. for inry A It reimiltis at Iut hot or eol.l wul.r ma) be (licit-lute- Hie curing iiMitn uh.-ruroiiml Hie milk for reuulutlng U telilperiillire hetweeii Till nml Control of tempera-Hirfor I Wo tv..'k tits lemperattlie luallllfui'tlirillg lllThe cheese should In- tiirli.il dally HiroilKbolll par process Is essential. A UihmI llii lliinlil In the curl nu-- room until It The nlllui.l to preteut It from drying lui therefore, sluiiibl be lis.-tlcl.-milk l heat.il In the tat or wiuh much, und nbn li pret.nt iiiohllug. holler to a tflllpcrutllie of NJ .legr.i'S The parilllill Is healed to n tclil.eni-Hirof iHO tlegrees I1 und Hie chees.. at which It is held until ufter the curd has been roll.il In It. After this imV in-- l it limit-thelni'se ii.nl he tiirii.il mil) twice fitnnet to Curdlt the Milk, f'bt-esmade withoilt tlie uiblllbui n week. Ch.i'se tuny be eur.il enough uf tutoring mailer l llgbt yellow or to be entell Vliell sit Weeks ohl ; tlie straw color; If u ihe.er shade of yell- flavor, of miirs... . then' ipilic mild. ow- I Knrniers' Hiilli lln ll'.H. ".Making Amer-lil.l- l a sinall iiaulll of Ilegular I Cheese oil the I'tirio." U'ltes iiiiiny put In Hie milk. nnd .iUlpttieilt ."i.i.e (olor shoiilil be Usui, uiut not delnllti of the hutler colur, u. Iln latter colors the for cheese making. -cli.-es.- olitaln.il. Saturday, and irood land. Nov 26th, Rich-m.Mid AT, 9:00 O'CLOCK A. M. otter for sale a dandy little farm of AO acres, loeate'l on pike, 2 miles from Lancaster. This farm is ritrht on pike, small house, jjood barn, well w-itere- This farm will be sold in two tracts, cl'ee ln-.-- r.s-nl- j e ll and as a whole. There will also be a lot of slioats and other live stock for sale. - r . Terms made known on day of sale. e 1 e T. W. & J. 6. CONN u Capt. W,T. Kin?, Auct. priH-es- The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Nov 17. 1921 DIG POTATOES WHEN PAINT LICK All. Mane l.edford waa a M,itnr - 3 ki SAPOLIO Finds countless kitchen. kettles, It SOIL IS QUITE DRY Tubers Matured When Vines Begin to Diop Off. Arc ll o uses in the tin, porcelain, china, earthenware, linoleum, h, cleans cutlery, Uj Mr. K.I lliilrreh. every package. ad-After the linrrl race Judne Tn gr HtlH Ml. lrtltfinl way ha, Rne ta Owley county for! lVel.t t? Illf I rrl itltwr ENOCH MORGAN'S SONS CO. y I'lifiiloe tu In Hl dil) nfler neveral days ri'M. Sol Manufatturirt planum; l.i'lure any will he remly BBSrTAiiaepea Mr. IMwin U'nliwr iawnt teverml Nsw Yceh LANCASTER, KY. ?q U. S. A. uThe tal.er are lm full) miitiirni day at Trab Orchard Nttendinic tni 3i' f the pant week- - One boa- - to I.ealie Ituble. jj, s"me aalr IMttl llller I he dir. lr lit MAKES POTS AND PANS ti9. llueca Vi!a, one to National Fas Hunt. f.ullej . Ijinia.ter. ore to W. M. 5 ripen md hiil ihiwi if their fnllMKe LOOK LIKE NEW Z' llraadlua. lluenn Vita; one to Howard Kmr, llryantaville; The W r. T. V. will meet Satur ikiIhIioxi In the Norlliern ami ene to Harry Frye. Hubble; one to Floyd Humphre), Marcellu. I'iease he an iirtlieniMet-al! are freilli till, day at lHle Ky ; Ten ilta and one boar to Hurry1 & Markslmry, Wilmore. mtitlii In frtt before the tine. rlen, the eveniMK are hart. Ky.; one "ilt to .1. I). I'mfleet, London, Kv.: two cilts to It. u mi honld de ilii iiIhhii td. lime Several laitiit, f the duTercnt ma. ' in ii iimm-'- tuc tic "f the barn nii rtrl lrl.e. them. 1'otnloe. churches irave .Mrs. Yooni; a wirprii' I'erMll. Ilroadhead, Ky. . E r l" I w n the ".round i covered Miout. I . iinu inn ilie Mill renim Idrthiliiy dinner Monday. ilil. .In kranrgmnia 'Iml 11 Mill rxi-- t lldlnie i' "f tin weather become, If Horse Holds A pair of Fine Tailored Trouen t it KltKK with every Globe Suit or If !'n hor.r it in maintain hit In I Iin: tu hinp the animal Arultrjon Itrni Overcoat. It Fer Glery place in the farm hi competition mine thtauRh the winter in the heat Tims and Judgment . ' m li.Mr. liinlney ltalton, who i attend Per'j to every purpfe there Is S. me w!,l w ,1 power he mint be hape puwadbti' it la nut Hci"ary that I mm I with motor-drive' t l.e te. ll inly (!eorretown Callece ient ,at lima and Jndcii i lit Kcile nte.h;tl, If It krpt tli much 'he winter on mi econo- : hey lie exclusively flit but they mi: play ar.d l,e " -- ri r. c. week-enat home with the homemical ration which will limit; him hollltl he in better flewh in the sprint; , folks. thrnuch that wainn of the year am than in the fall when tliey Muit Live and Lssrn. Artutie Temperament. cheaply a nllile ami at the .mi' finished their work. An aprini; Mr. ami Mr. V. T. llrirabach and! Yout.c,t.npl ne)ir will he clrctim-per- t. When a man .. IndiilKliie bl arils-ti- c time prepare him for the null nf Mm. Wm. Carter, of Hamtl Mr and the rwiMlltinn nf the work Human affair tnuat alway, 'ja tempera in. nt I koimI time to go pecialltn on hore Mock muat he examined iiii.I if nece , princ work. tun, were ituimta of Mr. and Mr, arran;il In ronlderiitlrin of til f,.;t. out Bin) unlet') eloe thr door lieMnrf I feeillnjr say. This nyntem nf fredini; Mf)' more Kraln added to the rat inn )OU t'haa. Iloward. Ts,nB , Charcts. require, the irononiletil ue of all til Improve the i 'in. lit lofi .if Itobt. ami Wttods Ya!kerj Me!. Tl.i nine it., Tsks Your Chsiec. frn tiinpta- - A cheap fieiU anil PiUk'h.iirc ell the 'mri iin.l mule and Mii Mlinb.th Walker. Mr. and '. the trull o lie ei face tf ertnltt m I Iml the lwpe Catiiior of Wtil Bunt Potato Storage Mrs J. W. Turner ar in Crab Or t!i tin.)erul farm in uch .1 way a to make a ,n, r ' Wiiyatile nf the tion- - enn le nlteiiM ( ari ,,irnl!ln , Houte. ' ration, acrurdliii: tu W S. Commonwealth Ta'. chard this week. wax, A simpler metliml f .ntir.. u inemher af the animal I tliem A .padini: folk iti u Mitalu I100W l.y wbaiks of Hie tNt Mr and Mr. II. J. CWuiul and, liwtrtment uf the Cllei;e nf Of Kentucky Im'.i mr ilieM ami soul rate children. Mr. and Mr. 1, 11 the r IVy-tost..erful Leaf. Agriculture Itnwotcr. hnri" nml rlHHllll lie tHkell In Hl4i A M'irllli: or Ins'" ' t f 1 illltll Ainerlcilli Onoin ef Beet HeeU. A PKOCI.AMATION. ami on. Hilly matared ta Krana-for- t mute, that are 111 hnrnin during the iiihII .till Hit flo'iii hi illcclnr Unit water tl! toriB r cla. I, buoyant . re of rerlim orliMii, mid II"" ' for the day .Sunday. j enmnrh -lUtiiilKy Ihm.Ii) i iiirnnl out at nine t .r wrlgtt of" Lis! were nrl;.mi. altaelnil In -- aiiil.il In winter muit have a larger Kraut ra the I'i'ipli of Kentucky, tired h the) mil Item-n- r Nov i5th. train No Jr, l otuitb- lloirinninir ntiliiiriiii If i nriter Itiui he mlshl keep tion than thorn which are iloinj tit- ink'- imhi' ihun an iHMir or two. will arrive at I'aint Ijek at U':.17 !. tliet fi' .'...I. . in. I.iirninr Miml. ay. tie or no work, the prcialltt Kery liny in the I'limmWI cht4 Ih Mure iM. ir place M. inMead of 11:26, nturtiins will Iiljli hate been Hii'l nlr-'n. Fcoluh Schemes Make Mrney. Work Mock may he carried thru w lierr Ike i" will L'et i.I. 11H of 1.0, til lv ....I ''1 hei'l were llitro- iki Ivuple who know '.i ti.. jrt of iltloMU When I Old . arrive at instead nf I th- - winter cheaply hy making uie of , lh,. llark i...,,,,,,,, j umi ,H. vfy in " rliey were enlleil an iri.nl; ati.ti illleeil m Henry will not change time in the rraklni: moiu-e , 'i wiv 10 "ehaplin-inuiii iKin eiiner neinre not """! rtiltural t'ltlli llii at the "ir'i ' fooll !' eil. The i.i ieI weretl tdtjily deenrat . weedy hay a pot.ilile . n iiiic or Willie IH nratr A morninv.'. hut will arrive at :35 I'. . hi tm ' Unit mln mejr , If he.if ikiUi ef the Know- - iiit r.:i , ii 111 Mnwn in M. inrdeail of mi', I pr.. Irittn. I 'in irt" . . t . of the wenrer. ha, been More., on the farm ""hll.il ellar ah Know tae )my at priMtHrint; frnm tnal ,,jMr ""m. a -- aituine itoraie fwr ,. . . Several of the little Misses attend . answer the purpose. f a crnin ratwn mhi. , iMtlepHMileNre wairn.HM, r, Mini miilfr iiroii.-I.eora l Um til the Irtrlhdny supper af Mini Sara anil pravtile much f the rui;k.iKe niniwi t with 'he if' win itip HiuhicIi Hie win frni eoatai-Su;in lloneri., at the home of h. -aeeile.1 hy the aninrnk- - .rvMieil the) ami lain ihe enrlv .uinnier An wltvn it pr4ure .llh. ivuni to grandmother. Mrs. W. V. Wynn Mot. are not mnhiy. The .hoarier hay W W O. RK.M.Y U DICKKRSON " "" "" i"'- -' an tare a it w made 10 rwlii"""'' Mias Sarah .Suwtn reet lay ran he foil to .'itxe the ani- - uiw vervllllffi wbik vrtv.ia i.t muiiii. In u oi oiiiiIimm- mul rover tlieio o ed niirht. All re."i-everal nice pre'enta Ihal fril iilitn. t get to tliem Malt will pick Urn hoy ml af Uh , , lMrtt a. . , a er enjoyable evenmir Hcnl. nml hrtnn aad leave thv inH Kuilt m (Is4a trtstfiM ant.ttfUsrt SOME EGG SHIPPING 'DON'TS' e port. The play at the chool houae a If Hit ha Ht been raitett an the .ins tu van f well attended ami netted them n. trnal ctivs m.m. rM Orpjrtmrnt of Agriculture Offer Tew 1 .U0 They alao ffol enoue p e pr-i- rfe a rM. r..Uan fsribr farm , immMf AmntnltutKl PrJctlol Hint, for Benefit of c. ,cr. .n. 1(10.(10. 11I to iiniah Now tha th. Br, j nuU f KtntutVy. TlN.t.fr. I 4Poultrymen. ...II be carta. c.nliai: t. 1'n.f. Ah- - j , har t'JOd.GU. a u'ontleman ha pr . wfk Sorvmr ' luron. Ilweer. work tock itoea I inrtlini)e. aa Jaaiur flub ICrl latent towar lb'' ' mn "iimi" i.rfereil Ii, laed to (Tiv. Th 1100.00 ha Ulice Phone IS. !ei(Ume Phi tie V'.s ittirlni; not ntnil a full nriia rnlioM County pro:ii" i1'1 l'n",l saie I rliniiit nf Acri Initiatory. Ken tack) Werk in ijle ilai of wlnler If M4urn H rHltare ihal iiwh) tliii.n mean the illf to irive dolalr for dollar an that w liiven under m hand mm liovemor al available tttre wark atork may be at- - if Ihe I'ommaawealth. thl T1 a ahratory. JIt. day) fereiet' Letwreii ecsi or u prnflt In make- IntHUIH far about eampeti iilinn; inrloflit !i Weil t ran on it at ln.t ar of of Ortobrr. 1021 mierete work h lina'l wa-- le lime 11H1I labor by ullis ;h tiieH each 'la for the take uf Mt'rh praise should b-- artven Mr a- i Stencil Kdwia ! Morrow, ehip rBe; time and labor are Mm. Kldr for th l'leiurall, if thr weutheri XrrM time and w..r. Coveraor. u mild a mall amount uf trratn fed ' llim'i iM'ttnleo by bujlnc n.or the) have both ctven to the excava Never a,k a fool ipiettion. Ymi IIIIit MHd Itai whin ymi loe iloltur on paturi iitr mm toir or nome Might Charge the Migai ne. We underrtan. Same Beginning, ine inone raiainj .it 'w rtookkreper (to ofllce Imy) Don't The waitlnc pa", t heap ha 1 a ' 'at i needed Stock may be taken far one In broken etc 't.e covins of one ecc Mr K! r ma ,.ai men to ) t' I Mti r." ' nl'i r bo dlirminipod heratte the mutineer imiI. mi ur the extra int of n . w tk out "f h .wn finance called )ou a I'm bead bookof So I Ml of v I loii t keeper nw, but boob, ed In m nail limeei tn vtilei of inr Hcnor, Even. aiMihi mi imi'HtIi'li' top la) er; Diet Hut "Vnu H'l'inl t o ii ii Ii ttione) tivi. ...111. .111 ,,. m iiiire Mild oft'-l- l are III. for fab hair. I luff."; Hurryl Wtfi "And Mie of lUiraate ibey lnIe I lie ef .i . '. fur ii .iii'. 'I Unim the pinple ure behind mel" flelllH of Ike mr a v..ik 'Ilie ue Be cttar. I "And If erled the wiloc ltolievli.t. f .11111 uml. r brnre will piex.-- i t you don't iiime ipilcl: they'll catch ill of Una. It the Earth Drying Up? up to )int." n -- ponded a tneniicln IIihi be kihI refricnitli'ii h But You Must Clear Your Blood Whether the cWie mm which we Tolre friMt. the Hiilleiice. Minx the IimiI n an In make air . Ir I of Waste Products. dwell !i smdually dryln; ap or not nlaliiHi hi the mr lMt4le. a ..:'tl- ti;i.ai ha bi-t- mu'b He up oMr mum') in freicl.t Made In t55l. Iihii mV of efti reatral nivr cj,i, llwetil dlciierb s lu ome an Av have uiu Timepiece laisiiMi.inaiie etaec lldltM- - lMa;te uf a I.miI 'lie u. owe: fatortns recar t.,i , Ihe liwil ami leHte Ihe miMtey bMiv,. 0.1 will nt imie rralir tfi4t .nlo th bl..l the the patriot af afflrn aii.e m.wer. -t.jt iithern bate klaiwu l. III court, i..ter irf wa pbirtwl i pure, Mime vitl of the hoJv will whife .t u.ri aittalu. ri piled that 'In- im . ed phenomena at Hampton tliicucl. It was n eoinplele It ln.wel One aif III t.V.1 are 'mlil pert.ili. .! iMnv, i Khcuinjiivn, with it. . mnll.it nf IMPURITIES IN CLOVER SEED one ft the mot xnoos pjin .Jicjr .ju-c.- l bv tbo.-t-!'!i i lmt.i. "i Hie atllrmatlve ttew the :ubl!t'li "f .. a-tiiI ill: beIk Hlne. I m ;r.i ul fat criiit 1. mi'ier of In wa.tr prthliKta in the blood. You know, ol on tlll I'art of Hie erl.'H .il t... liuii'in iIImh In necerlt PurchJie North Carolina coure, the Mood 1, noe tonaned akm- to the Li.tepenil li... have In pin.' 111 t' e ..t ."a I tear. artrnca and vnm. It pac nut t peart d Farmer Tind, Weed Seed, of Ih', i 10 ill part, ol the Ui ly. Variou, Kind,. 1 j refrigerator, tile, marhle. shelves and floors. See that the name SAPOUO is on Cart Should Taken to Aveld Sfear-mor Cutting Them Store in Cool, Dry and Well Ventilated Cflljr or Pit in I.exiiiRtnn Thttrailay Itev ami Mr. II. .1. Skairir.- and on pti Tommy were in Unnville Mnmlay. .Me.ra. Walter Centers and Wil son Urnndenlnirir wre In Stanford Manila) Mr. and Mrs. Wn. Iay have rane!S to I.exinKtnn to visit their dnuchter. nn sv-- a a r awstyacr - Only One Boar Left There Is a Reason. 5j ai I I laC9o '3 -e fr I'nland China Sow. farrow uniform, r- n litter, the pic are thrifty wh n farro.ved. The ow ra.i the tut ihapnai- ion nf an) breed of twine, are careful "''her and L'aod mlkrra. rnent ln I'nland China .. win bred fnr I'KOI.IFK Y and ability to riiiie a hiph p.M ritai,'e of Inter The I'olant (hina the "r iiteU feeilinc -- k n Anuriia. If vou would market vmir ha af nx or i n months, timid sour herd on a foundation uf PURF. llRr.D POLAND CHINA STOCK. Call or write SANDERS BROS. OR JOHN M. AMON, T-- .e S g F .!, tt-- -- p Cheap Feeds Required Place. -- C P ' r jj 11 - d - ' ) 11 I j 'tl.-rlli- n 1 ..... ... f, .uir fo,i. . 11 ,., i' 1 -- ! rn-n- ) 1 ' 11 1 . lf hrt ' . rM . W. 0. RIGNEV & CO. f c..; 11 ,er I - Funeral Oirectors and Embalmers Lancaster, Kentucky. , I ' ' , - ' ! 1 pre-1ai- . . 11 Rheumatism Can . ni' Cured! i l.f t I . I - r- reit-.lnl- i l A ( ffmAPmi 3 afjfSaa .A ltaiMfe 3 EVERLASTINGLY GOOD" Eterneil nlwavs cIoch Hs hrat VWHr. RANGL LTI.UNAL ennhlw you lotloroiir brat. Huiltof unbreakable nmc-c- i nr.d ateel, years of ue will not lower its cookinc impiovemeitts make the Raitte efficiency. Thirty-tw- o litcrnnl the moil atifuctory raiKe that ytiu can own. and Resists Rust Fluri arc lined with litcrnainctal which never rustn, corrodes or bums out. The top i protected front ruit by the rnmous Parker Procca, yet no coohinc surface is loit. Luce, t trong ten .helvca conveniently placed and handy for is concealed, Larger Cooking Top Th smoke jipe you to use. tu inlin.' ainie riiaiT prlni: from one of lil lielcb. ! 111c ibiwn li. bor. remrntiir) to wheal Hi retire lie nut lied that Ihe mmiI wa Mmewbat Impure, ami wan reminded of the warnlnnx o fniuinl ly tflen tiv the loimt) iieelit III re He inked to hae ni'l In Hre a nun Mtmplo tmted for purity b) the Mate mimI lalx'tiitnry nt Itabdcb Tbe nuiile wa rep.irleil on inereli iih 'No. !l" l!ali pound urn found te eontalli apprntlmately tUMr.' (ill. k born .'.'iv.' dodder. ",tRT." wll.1 eMrror ials black .iinbit - plaatniii Ml eiirled dik. '.'Tit Vennbv.klm: l.ts i'Heh "f ira crn ami iiti'iii - a tiKl of a.lMl we.it M.-fuMtill mw4. TM would, lot dnalK In ea.h be tllUt'iai III eel the IIMIU'k Uud In thee iel for the nest ' ibiHMh tti - -aroi'li' win the wur eil ih. eicb the rtMiMi "f alt) - al ltiM tbm It Kent' off liMlleale I cli'.nn Ifi mr.t laboiuior) ii i k - ifo ln Ic 'II the purel farm win- wn farmer about In Ibmitn enmity. N " miiI lnt n-e- iU edirnent, or atr pradiKt ire at tar ma.ln aad joiatv (icnuinr - had .ml, by rtlKl' can corftctiat; the luc trouble wilt fruJum. Thouvtnda and tmuand nf men aaJ 1 womtn durtnc the pa.t 0 vrar have ircl . iLi ineir iweuu tn wa.te pro.'ui, witn . - AfSj, It n the idr.d rttirdv for ikeum.itM.in, cau It rrmovrd the omHit w t.tr matter i Ifj lnh it ctutini; ihe trouble. There are no ImJ uftcr ittrct, and the reult U wonJcrful f.' Utpm taking S. S. S. tojay and write lor f( rtj dlu.tratcd IxMiktet, "Fuitt tut Sipt free. w I'rrsoaal medical advice, without charge, ' triiy alto lud hy ten dins a comrdctc decriptian of your catet. A.l.trcu Ihiei . Mc.IkmI Dkector, Swift Spccitic Co., 731 S. S. S. laboratory, Atlinta, Lia. All ecoj gi dru ttcrcs itll b. b. i". if--J Ikiw TsLa C - rS C nns c & ... , . i ala. POINT LCAVF.LL. 'hx-ni- t.-t- . ' RETAIN ALL GOOD PRODUCERS Tew. Hen, Will Prove Relatively Profitable After Their Second Laying Season. "Seal Tisht" Oven A wonderful bsKer. because the oven door is insulated to hold riiermnmclrr in the oven door enables all the ht ut inside, you to tell oMict oven tctnpiraturc at n glance without epeiiinj, the door. . to leli TIE. 0 .. been sihIiI imr diiaiiii .liiiin. pro.Ni.-eI lull. uii. hi of limine r llirnilL'botit Hn Mr. Kllw IW1 wsv in Stanford MosttUy. Mr. ftill Daibuu atUl continues very III. Mr. 8. A. llajMin ana wa in Stan-- ; fanl Monday. Mr. Hill Thompat waa n visitor at thK place Ssutday. Mis, l.tktrl (!appa wn the ijuest of Mia Mary' llnmmon, Sunday. Mist Kliiabuth Hammaek wait the Kueat of Mtft Allie Mae Hull Sunday. Mr. Tow Donaly, of Newpurt. hat been M,itinr friend ami relative j Youlh: "What is the secret of vour success?" Prosperous Mcrclmnt: "It is not a secret. I tell it a& often as I can, and every sensible man can tlo as I did." Youth: "And what did you dj''" Prosperous Merchant: "I saved my money first a penny at a time in a little home banlc until ! had enough to open a savings account nt 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 willing to lend me to open From then on my success was a small business. rapid." j S3 g f g & i g 0 & I show you 32 reasons why the Range '.valantirnjly Good. Conic in and see the Unnqc Ulrn.il ICtern il oiul you will understand why every one of. the 100,000 owners is so enthusiastic about her Ranjc Internal. We ' '! ' iiialned for Hie next but rWa )ear riK,iiltoF of ilielr n Ihcly few Ueu will prow In be pmttt-llbllaylns here. A pair of Fine Tailored Traucra FIIKI. with every Clobe Suit or, Anderson llros. It. Overcoat. Mrs. J. M. Hell and little ilauith ter, l.uuillc, has returned home from Itichmsml, where they have been the Mr. A. J. KUeat of her brother, Thunipjon. . J PER CENT ON TIME AND SAVINGS POSITS. DE- e pnlei n ll.ind HASELDEN BROTHERS. l!"d. U'vuiidotte ur llrpllictou r U'jond ilalr 1l1.nl InylNi; year If if ll.e Hcblrr lirnila kiicli an the "ili nf Hie ).r ifI'lyiuiHlllilieavler bleed. tin' Itixk, Ithmle .e)iii I heir M'C.'Ild The Garrard Bank & Trust Co LANCASTER. KY. Wo soil travelers Cheques, which are yootl in the United States and all foreiifii countries. mHHWTlt M .? Wi aW'iSI!BMI!?r.?'r The Central Record. Lancaster,-Ky.- , Thursday, Nov 17, 1921 FREEPair Fine Tailored Trousers THE GLOBE TAILORING COMPANY ; titlmri.i', 11. to jriw- iLihiik the mii.timli i of Nui t.r, a M r or overio.it. Tin t trn trousors iIoiiIjIch tlie litt and w.tr of our ti.t, and mt". thi pen- an . Io!ov i Kvoryhoih Kticw.-- . tl't Globe lor tho hinbtt jrnl,,. hiuiIc to tma.itv ilitiit'. A oi'tUrfiil oi ii t tut t'li'iuio-1 11 ! - fn-will u r - lit ii or .in .lithium nm in lino tailon d Kamii-n- t t MENS SUITS AND OVERCOATS S15. TO Ilemcmber the extra pair of trousers Free with each Stilt only holds flood Tor the rest of November. $35. PERFECTION CLOTHES FOR BOYS $5. TO $12.50 PEPPER AND SALT. CURLEES FAMOUS GUARANTEED SERGES IN STOCK AGAIN $30.00 BLUE, GRAY, BROWN, A NEW SUIT FREE IF THEY DON'T WEAR. EXCLUSIVE AGENTS FOR FAMOUS EDMONDS SHOES NOW ON THE MARKET AT $7.00. NEW BROGUES, DARK AND LIGHT TANS. REMARKABLE VALUES AT $6.00 AND $7.00. ( Phoenix Cooper and .Munsinu I'nderwoar, Sweater.' anil Flannel Shirts. Hall Hand Ituldier Moots, Arctics and Rubbers, Arrow and Knro o. 's. Shirts Fun Sdk .Vih Wear and Hosien Sc. ii .In iiuers olleiri.tn" ( Mthi F.iimm (i i.iranU i ii ( thi s EVERYTHING FOR MEN. YOUNG MEN AND HOYS. ( i "( ir Vi I ra t. I FLURSHEIM SHOES FOR MEN WHO CARE, (ni'iun I'liwi. ai aid t.i.c . ( tin i .i Tobias laiIor..id .intl 11 t 1 .ip. ,NY I New .m (loth lleadsear tor .Me flour Hut" Lancaster Following Is A List Of Farmers Signing The ANDERSON BROTHERS II, he ( .V 1 Kentucky sssstassWWsXjafsocKxxjooixjixjrjar Ki v i. ',i M ... S Contract ' n.,i the failure ..f f.iMMi'1- - t. results oon a ',m .ii material Kt. in an annua! loss uf approximately C. W. Coulter. Ku.cll Viimlt'rH)ol. thfee-fourtof the farm manure Hubert KeUay. Alli'n Wallace, Nath-apiodnced m K'entocky. arcordmir to Jack-4- , tlray. John Hick. Thomn K E. Ssepheaaow. mh and crops Jame. Durham. John M. Andersperialtal at the Collie of Acncwl son, Arthur Ncel. Jnmc Sebattnn, or Xat mate than tur J. It. Spark. K!mer Xnytor. I!. C. mwt S.SM.sMM tuns of the manure Ad Cornell. Itubcn Tudor. Mr. prdoced is 4ro)iped in tall or PitMimer. Walker He. William I oved so that it can be hale-A McKmsrht. Jim Hunt. It. and apifad oft the land where t t L Shaw. Kaymont. Kiss. Jack fitoat nxasdod. accordinr to the Wilbcrt Line. Phil Warrnit. However, a '.anre amount Mr Martin. It. S. Chirk;. Tnrmnc. liu.l Pollard. irupfi'd t'e of jrreen feed in the wmti-- r j IVeM oti pnunre and in the opeti !larrion Anderson. Luther Iturdett. UeberU, reKrlleiindCdNAw-rtPwhew cattle ale fed and s ration of the hen. only serves t. C. Want. It. C Miller. Meade Warren. Curneliut Warren. Curl keep the rfwuetiv tract ill the proper therefore not a root pi el e loos ultha .May. M. K. Duncan. Lilburn Kat. .Moberley. Allen Mattht w, Cha. condition and do.- - not increase tie it 1 not used a effiriently a it might ttmrioy Mawr. T. I.. Dunn. II. W. Iloattey. W. T. Moberley. Amanda More careful atteMlmii to the he eits: prmiurtMHi of the Mrda. aceur K. ' Dunn. I. It Ititblc. Jin liruy. II. Clue. Suire UnderwiHMi. Huirh in to resulu oKtaisH'd in feeding proper care of thi important farm .Stone. W. II. .Montgomery, Turn Mor- MoWrky. Sila-- t Matthew. Ottl It also furtindte farmers uf the the yt-- l ow fertiliier afford row, W. T. Arnold. Poret Stnpp. Daley. Kuht. Whittaker. and W II. trials State a ptendtd uoportunit) for inc rolorins in the yolk of the Walker lEcynohls A Sun. llurton MfCuller l their proAts, :u cor. line to Since the yellow color may ' Pothurgill, Jatpcr Daley. K. I.emay, Mr. Steusienan b) yellow com and the .iire-tivHerbert Tuilor, Fannie Hammond. JUDSON The greilet manure loss reult tract beHet)td by the ilt the William Hunt, Orville Meadows, Ira trouble and labor involved in the fmifl the fact that few farmers make Hell, Dan Jones, M. I.. Noe. Thunden Mi. Ktta Hilt continue ipiite ill. ufflcient effort tu ve the material urowitiir ami feeding of treen feml Kobiuon, Henry Alfred. Howard .Mr. Lee Sim)uti and un. .pent can be eliminated by poultrymen. and prt)d It oil th' field where Wal- Saturday with Mr. II. M. Lane. C. II. Aldridge, Jame llakcr. One uuimI uf salt for each 1 (10 crops are produced. Large amuunt lace, Henry Carr. .Mrn. M. S. Itnut, Tueda) hen in the lluck i sufficient, Mr. Jame Palter uf it are a II if we( tu accumulate D. A. Thumai, J. W, Sutton, Leo with Mr. .Ieie Itay. of I.aneatr. to Mr. Martin. Thi amount around the barnyard ami truwturk I.en-ni- e lies. A. C, Miller. Willie Oaks, Mr. Janie Hick ami Jnper Smith should be ditdved in one-hathe and in other place. Since the most Tapp. Kvrrett Anderson, Ofcar duce to the manure Monday. amount of water normally consumed .efficient Hop- attended court at Stanford Hottom, Job Marsee, Strother producing a. on a tield which The solution houhl Mr?. Ilradford liunlette and on b the bird kins. Sam Clark, Henry Tyree, Kilil crop bust reull will be obtained by, be placed befute the hen before Daily, Arthur Miller It. K. Urobli. pent Monday with Mr. Jame Hicks ele 111 the momint! and the hauling and spreading It a often us and family. K. C. Montgomery. Charlc Ontott. When manure cannot be tlnck confined in the hoii.e until the posihlc. Mr. and Mr. L. L. Mathew upent liruner Hrothers, H. W. Montgomery, pread a rapidl) a it accumulates alt and water are consumeii I. eonanl Scott, Martin Urobli. J. W. the day Sunday with Mr. and Mr. the a special constructed manure pit or K01 111; to ront at ni;hl Ilainm, A It. Sowdcr. William Walk, Win. Simptuii. bird should be if veil plentv of freh shed wilt be found helpful in Jones, James (. Smith, er. Ilurman Mr. and Mr. Charlie Huffman and drinkmi; the plant food which it conwater Raymond Miiy. Tom Hick. Harvey Mii Dolhe Adam. were with Mrs. tains. , W. M. II. Aldridge. T. H. I.lttle. J. M. Adam Sunday. Leaching the Equipment Is channel throughanother une uf ma I.. D. Atkin. W. II. Drown. Mr. IliU'h Simpon and dauirhter which farm Mooney Itubinaon. Klua 11. I'ollnrd. were u a. till, much uf the materiiruetii Wedneolay uf Mr. Nanmire Lacking In Clurenre William. Cable N'aylor. nie Kny nnd daughter. al becoming inferior in tialit) be- Philip Ansil Meadow, II. C. e uf the loss uf iinuul- - matter Medame Sim Clark. Wm. Lane. I cau-Homes. Dailoy, Sale Hurt. A dam llrothcr, the This liquid constitutes oHi-hMr. and Mm. Jame Thuimi were Znck Hayes. Chester Ilurnum, D. D. That Kentucky farm tn"in are ser- value of the manure ami in order to in Danville Ahoppini: Tuum1u). Smith. Curt llarkcr. J W. Prewitt. hould pre- -' Mr and Mr. Turn Trucey and Mr. iously in need of san.tarj eiuipmeiit proper!) save it farmer '.. T. Kite Si San. Davie I'nderwood. J. I). Xayler were ikintla) f in the form uf mnninK water, in- pare tight Hours of clay or concrete Mack. Jame I'urtner. Will Murk. door toilets. Inithrooin ana electric and then use lame amount uf Mer. Will and Perr I.imj:Sher-rew- . Ilan l'retoii. J. D. Dean. ! When stork are Iiwm' to the' tiulit is .tjiottn by early re and Minn Hamilten. Mr. I.uL-aMw Verxeiut Uay wa a viaitur poru received in an investigation r stall some f the bedmr will he conSeett. HoiMer Humphre. Joe Aiiwni. Tile4ay Hiuhl uf Mi MniMie Careotulucted by the euianeriHi; sumed as feed and the remaimler Wiltbtm II l.ayton. W. W Cdl.tt. penter, uf the StMNford road. iectMH uf the Culliie of Agriculture tramped into the munure to absorb) S. M. MHtitKomery, W. M. Shrrw. Aef Pine Tailor ml Trtmer to dwlertniMc the number of hoMi the liiUid portion. li. P. Swope, W. N. Smith, DeHHif. PltKKpair Halting or which ie- with every ttUi' Suit r wakh have 4lrh improvements Le Slierrow, Spiller Lane. I'. V. lon, tlwtn three per cent of the farm ulta when manure is piled in loose Dveretwt. Andeoun ltru. It I.im Clark. I.. M. Dukkoi. Mr. Mary uf the Stale have art) of the heap alsu results in lo4c uf thei Mr. and Mr. DiUani Siath. Mr. home Doty A Son, Alvin Howard, II. J. , farm fertiliser, lite heiiti) manure d modem equipment unitary llurdett, Claude Williams, Lewi I.e- ami Mr. Kdd Muborlu) were at the Mreufdina to the report from rivHs uif ammonia whsrh carries with TueMlay nhihl of MUa Klta may, It. K. Conn & Sun. Koy .Maupin, beside it large amount of valuable nitrovariuu itwiuly agricultural ayeiiU. Henry Mewer, W. It. Cuiuiiiiu'hani, Hill, whu u ill. Cunditkin in roontitw of the State gen. This lu ma) be present ed W. M. Moberley, J. Jolm Dyvboute, the Mock to tmmp the ma True, lu e nwiy make the wurld k vary, some havinic a larjee per cent-awC. II. Collier. Fnsl Smith, Tom .N'ayof Wuwes with Uch eitliHHelit nure so that it will Ite rumpoct and a Umeh of eoia lor. I.Mi Dunn, Harvey I'ruitt & Son, round, but it take spread awl othent huvimx pructically none. by keeping it muett until it KttiwB. 0. II. Mitlr, Klmer Ilreiwler, Ceore to keep that in all on the Ookl. The leporu have indn-ateKov4, Alltel ltok're. Kobert llickn, Put thote weather i4Hh dm your counties there is need for mure Knitt MuntKomer). T II. Soper, dour and you will it ttM cual m tuiMeit which makes the farm a '("he modwrn wuwan never denim Harry Katun, Luther I.unfolrd. A. J. the Htove. bettur and more snnitar) place to her aMe. She ihiint it out. Onbsrtie, Hennie & llultoM. Amuh live, Mr. Kelley said. One county Nubrtdy eem to mind the Wing Many pmjde ber4Hiie ebiiriUibly m-- j t.omay, I.elie llucfc Kat, Amon anient repuited thKt not a Mttle fatm time between strike when they Me Doty, Karl D00I111. John llurnside, dined when tluire U a lliswpaier at hotne in hut county contained any long. I nam! to herald the faet. .lewie White, Tom (iraham. Oil. sanitary tNuipasunt. Robert Km. Clay Clark, Karl 11a n are Iwiut made by the farm Our birth rale exceed our diwth be MimethiNu eaervn-- 1 There mut Daily. Jehn D. Daily. Kuthford Kane, And TeUrj tint; about war after uM, inyu all uf eni;tneeriK section of the college rate by lIT.0tl0 a year Hunnon & Hunter Davi, Jame our ret general are line Iwuklni:! tu atesst farmers with the problem nut here t rejoice' . Land, Steve Coy Price, Wil-beof nKiklMK their farm humus mure men Daily, Chiirley Clem Murphy, convenient and MiniUiry. accordmi; J. II. IIukhm, J. I libel!. Willie MatArrangement are to Mr. Kelley Notice Ship your produce, hide and fur ters, Clell Dall). Joe DaM. Kufu beiiiK made to K've uuuestion and lu II. II. Nurthcott, .15 Walnut .St.. All person havlm: elaiinn auilMt help to all Stone Ilrown, Leu it (iilbert, Marion thae i'ntertted who write Mitchell, Frank Arnold, Will II. (ira-ha- the estate of It. II. Tutnliii.oii, de- - I to the college at Lexington rciUet-- 1 Cincinnati, Ohio. ' ceated, are re(Ueted to prove No commission on hides or fur ame ing such information. (iforxc Mullint, J I.. Main. veal calve K to It cents per pound, Will KoKtr. II. I' Wilmut, John Al- at required under statute and tile same with u at once. In the opinion of ninny people it turkey :i. ct. per lb., ducks 'J I to len Si Ilrim, Thoma Mc.Murtry, McMurtry, Hermon (bonie, I All thoie knowing themelve in- - will take a lot uf lighting tu restore JGct. per lb., gccc IKcts. per lb., to $:i.UU per dozen. rabbit Claude llolton, Lucy Kat. Luther ilebted to aid estate will pleae call peace to this world. Hickory nut $:i.S0 to $1,00 per bu., Iteynold, Kobert Pollard, Tom Will--- at once and settle tame. Any) fool can offer criticism, but it nil walnut tt.OU per buhel. (larranl llank Triut Cu., John Slmpion, Charle T. Conn, Write tu me at the above address Adin. It. II. ToiiiUjwu, decisiHl, takes brains to get into the clam of Cworee Dunn, Mrs. Alice II. Simpton, fur price lits. the critirUrd. Will Dunn, Joe Pollard, Sam FrancU, '.) - Since Last Issue Kur-eket- t. I'm), .lacper Mathew-- . J K Spark-- , tjubert Sower. Irvin Simon. D KotherjriH. Cln Spurkn. Powell Daily, William Davi. Hard Davit). Jiiie Lee. Klmer K. Ilruwn. Andrew Mnytleid. K. C Chenthnm. J. W. Daile). Koiio Frri Aifcim. Jami IUty. Ftttrn Iahiw. Itnht. Car- ter. IIhIm rt Carter. Mr- -. Puttie J. Mile. Koret N'nel. Wm. Andeiwn; Huirh N'ue!. K. A. Itroaddu. Liniy Kay. Iltdbert Tea ter. Tolby Teater. C C. Cruw. I.uran Furter. Jhp Dunn, Ceo. Kemper. Tm Kemper. Mr. J. B. and II. C P.uble. K.ld llaurne. K. liorbam. Tom Mnjur .V Sun. Turn Smith. Shade Wilder. Calvin lleter. J. K. Wornl. P. M UnvuU.tn, Dutch (Jntrney. J. M. CnMlli, . r MiK.iu Salts Have Taken Place Carless Practices Mean Serious Waste Of Of Green Feed Manure. For Hens. ..i t..u'e l.reen fee.U ili !. ila:i .ii'd eabhiitti nianeel beet. wnirft fur oini- time nai- been ml as important winter may be for he iwcefulh rr place! by epsom wilt placed in the drinblmc water of the birds, n r.i to J It. Martin, in charrr of in poultry work at the CllKe of Ari f Out wterial !.'. culture the ami' roMillo a th feeiiinc uf green food and did it w.:h Ie eKfMe and trouble, to renh of trial cited by -1 Oust fJM. V ' r. 11 it... ititl ! . ( et.... ,, of ,n Orrjth nt.i'n tlI III, I i Classified Column KAILS J Z m us. t.rratl.rd. tests ihii imrtl.l.'- - nmlallte nutile In ,.i..( i 1.1, imv !!.,' in ' .' tlWH if ir.ar (.! h one-fourt- h Sn.gie incrtliuu lc a wont f. Times for Ort toilt I J No ad taken for less than Ji-,,1 ,.i,. tn There ninth . ... s1 . lis)' nwnhnt "Iik W lit tuts . '.i 't i. " ruiuinn .mi mil in inis y t" I ft.. mr tl4n of It : ami J tl.ni, .t 5 roliimit charged forri' a littlll hui ' 3 k viKMlinc In !.- - !"-- ' Seven Insertion for the q J J J price af live Chltf Thing in Lift. w Phone urdrr must be iiuid Tbere are da) In tl.' llf. ..rlh J promptly IH Hitd sttiftb tfeatb Vt. l tdt l.at I 1 -. oth-erw- d brlffh" "ll l. . mhiT td Ute xn 11 th It ti.r!.l ........I 'li. t'"' 1 T1 tvji . JSJOCatXMXKXK'KnCX.HXiejt.'XICXKKBDISt ' 1. akti POIt SM.K ttvonmgh bred and twu gilt WANTKD Two eci-alls1 nut w.u il Mtn With Small Test. tia bsen that men KHMil Je with fol desl of according I.H.bMMd- - tllCer.l are the mIhi Tbejimwi'li' tiiakf tin-b ts. ft-r- Poland China Call this uffxt or i.or ' Phone t aro lint, best wlrti. - either eru 17". 11 Pasture fur r. ta'k Held V 1 j..at A t Mm M.lh Urser fr. Mller ttiea!' '' sk tear 10 2t ' .up-pil.- e been Oltder ben It wa alreadr of gieantle ttia sikI of tiiiLmmii ate A frmal lor-! I.elotKlur " Itte vtHte inlnrllm ' row 11-- rlfan ntnHim tertile V.,.rn St.H L lit a SmoiI, Af. bbh dbl In tttrtt bail S,'U, lHCr Mler.vtbiti TortoU. , "" "" street. J tf V"K A'K W "C flf -- Vr t oil Danville ' Smith. Clothing Man - SALK: Two guud mil. ' bj I Is) tliv Sictl-Hfs- fi n klHtMII llt' e IS It ahttut twu week old still t'all Marlon Coude Hubbte evchange or this office a Cnlte i TU- - lf 1 1 r ' In lUtierfoil. an. I 1. tUhlnf farmer-- ' prwe. Henon llrother II a said tlmi it wa nlnei Danville Ky d. II "teej.irad" beeaile uf the lisrdtie Willi of ll rUberiHen lf llisl U POII SALK: Sit hemp brake often rettilrr blows from a good a new Uet' une tcaton club In llll h wh,-t-i inptnred Phone :ilh A. C. Ilcailey m sli.l islrn lltl.l l.i.' d bIiihui 1 lrr.ird Trout. tin. 11 l li...-d st POK SALK: ItegHterwt big type Poland ("Mna boars, dg and gilts at Irsilf. and -- V i. trl tl.:t-.'lt.-p- Ite-for- e c Dun-can- Sanitary 1 Llk Ulittr otiretMls hate become popu lar with Ibe flilni'' III Mstirlilirl. of Cblnee Hie wealthier '! wear lens ttter rarmt'iit of silk, widen are ea i!amactl by Chinese l'lter al-i- i. New buggy at cost, second band wugun. ecund hand Move, cheap. New stun at reduced price Many articles at cost. Come in ami Kf your share J. K. MO I 'XT A CO Farm 1 Jo-H'p- alf Tl kui. bed-.!in- n be-m- - 11, lie uimIit ii., ihf dimiav I a i ib nt itr tepr wliot in Hm kltt on a POK SALK OK KlVT: (iarage (.art f Hie ImmIi whore Ike Kxli It ' on Public Square. Ponostioti given toll. The tswder Ibe skill It . I!' tie. Address CiHlipted iif W.. wlilih kelp tu htibl January A Hie Arnold. tl.f hln I lew IWu nker. ate nut of tliilfufm liUKtli n. I ittnHlioe Colorado Spring, there will be a Mdlei itn of the sburler fl- - , Care of School fur the Dei' all 'it "it ' We Need everal good men to jeb tba Singer tew Ing muchine ami collect silk eltilhln.' Mtnteeitenih on account' Cood upportunilies for advancement. Pur full particular, Oimplft Tttu Defect. A 'Untitled il.eet, I. HiiiWiml a' addrco murk uf I.. ut). hui in realtii it I1 Singer Sewing Machine Co CUMed lit tltfi-- r In Ibe tissue wldch ' D.tnvill, k. HfTiiolInt rain t ami th lung war mill. prtt't iilter, e . m ltue 1 -. lt , etc -r o men-tinned- MICKIE SAYS , e OlE- - FkSVtOvJED MERCMiVVlT AJViO OEFUStO 10 M)VF.RTi)6 AM TVtEM GOT WI00t.'M A WAN'TKD: Solesnian with iar tu call un dealer with a low pr..i I 1.0(10 mile fabrtc ami Ul.diHl mile I OH DM a week turd tire wit'i ex tni otuit.issiutu CMVKItSAI. TII5K A Itl'IIIIKK CO I' pd Michigan Citx I ml 1 MtGUB0tV)G -- )VJH Roosters For Sale VAEUCVUV.VR 5 White Wyandot "Pure llred" Ken ( tucky Phone Kxpenmeiit 'J Station Strain Ky good utility birds. Ma-lea- r. R Mr. lloan llaiiar.l I llryanUville. Exchange. ' I Cay-hurt- rt Produce Market. An exchange nf good thing for your Thnnk.glvinK dinner will be found ut IIiiMttilcn'r Store Vuv a:ird Cakes, chickun, etc. .Mrs. . J. C Itubiniun' II. , I DivUlun of thu C. W. M. In All women are born beautiful the eyes uf their mother. Kr-n- Kvery man hut his hour of weak us lengthen them into days. lie., but mint of e, i i I 3SS& The nation of the earth will not stuck urmt a long we continue to make arm to be ttnrketl. 11