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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): November 24, 1921 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1921 cen1921112401_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): November 24, 1921 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1921 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE CENTRAL RECORD. THIRTY SfCeNB TAB LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON. NOVEMBER 24, 1921. i MUNICH J. MANYNIMRODS ARCHIBALD W. DEATH CLAIMS DIPHTHERIA 'GREAT BALL GAME MARKETING TWOSISTERS Oldest To Secure HuntKAVANAUGH Warning Sent Out By Old Rivals Play A NothASSOCIATOON NOW A REALITY ing And Nothing One Week's ing License Is 68, Meets Tragical Death. State Board Of Health .Within One of the trngical deaths that lias To Parents. Youngest 1 2. Game. Time Entire Burley District overtaken a citizen of this community -- V. Report from every section of was thnt of Mr Archibald at his home on Danville street (iarrnrd county are that game is O'clock Utt Thurt-da- y plentiful, but there will also be plen- in this city Wednesday about four ty of hunter out after it asl ID hunt o'clock. Night. Mr Kavanaugh had been to his ing leense had been issued up to pike Tuesday week. This U more farm on the lluckeye Mitt Amanda Anderten Died at Tuesday of thisItcen issued before In afternoon and returned about dark, than has ever (iarrnrd county, and the office of when together with his son, tlenjamin, Nine O'cleck Tuesday of County Clerk Hrondu ha been n had gone to hi barn nt the rear Night. The ages of the hunters his residence nnd wns up in the loft busy place. range from OH to I "J years, Clayton getting feed for his riding horse. It ami GarThe roilc of had become dark at this time and (.awson, eon of J. Hruce I.nwson, berard county were tleeply shocked on ing feed for the the youngest hunter tu receive while preparing the 'He Ut Thursday night when they heard license. fhorse the acrident happened. of thr dratli of Mr. Dolly Itrovvn It had two pieces of baled buy in his No woman secured a license which occurci! at the home of her generally known to those who hands anil while walking on the floor Is not on, Postmaster B. 1' llrown, on of the loft he fell through the opendo not hunt that In securing a license ing about twelve feet below, falling Stanford street. Mr, llrown tiled a list of questions have to be answerHis body was badly about nine o'clock Just at the people ed such as how lung one has lieen a on his shoulder. his left shoulder badly vrrrr passing out of Gods temple resident of the State, height, weight, bruised and injuries. where services arc being held at the besides internal race, age, color of hair and eyes. crushed Christian "church. The accident happened about tlx This description is not only recorded "Miss Dolly" a she wax mi fmnlll-arlDr Virgil office, but Is written o'clock in the evening county nt the clerk's known throughout the Kmnnlrd was summoned nnd dressed the license that the hunter had been III only a short time and into the injury nnd nt the time did not 'think it was so serious. Mr. Kava-- I everything that tender hand and loving care could do for her, hut to nuugh, however, did not fully re-- I gam consciousness, and about nine no avail a God wanted her home and ant the Annie of death to bring her Union Services o'clock lapsed into unconsciousness, back. The end was as peaceful at und pased away this morning, Union Thanksgiving service The the close of a beautiful summer The burial will tak"e place in the day, when daylight fade Into night will be held Thursday morning at Lancaster cemetery sometime Friday, Hew j 10:30 at the Christian Church. with Increasing lovltne. the hour not having been determined Oth, M. A. Hart, who is conducting a re- at the time we go to press. The Mr Hrown waif born October will 1MI5 in thi county where he pent vival at the Christian Church county as well as a multitude of relaher entire life She united with the preach the sermon. precedent usually tives and intimlnate friends are According to shocked and bereaved ut the sudden Christian church in her early girlr followed. It was Itev. I'rice Smith's nnd tragical taking away of this popu-- . hood day antl would never miss time tu preach the Thanksgiving ser- lar anil good man religious worship. He was born in Garrard County For her to be happy the would mon; but at his suggestion Mr Hart was aked to preach. The latter sixty-eigh- t years ago and spent his firit have to make lomeone else agreed on condition that all the min- whole life happy and she numbered her friend For thirty-- i in this county by her acquaintances, she wai a isters of the town participate in Ave year he was an active leader in way or another in the service Church, being a woman of strong Christian character, one the Presbyterian A real patient, loving and elf sacrificing. and that the services be made real deacon most of this time. It i hoped, ' Christian, who She did not know how to pas any- community services. not only professed, people generally one without a cheery word, a truer, therefore, that the but lived every day the christian life. Chritian woman never lived although will be present to make the occasion No man who ever lived, in this cuun-- , her life wa simple, it was like the one for real thanksgiving on the ty wns ever held in more affectionate part of the whole community At esteem than Archibal W. Kavanaugh. still waters; it was deep. the urgent request of the local i His shocked und bereaved family Her children who survite her and who will so tenderly miss the committees having the matter in have the tender sympathy of the charge the offering taken will be used whole community. advise of such dear mother are local Thirty-thre- e years ago Mr. KavaMr. O, I. Hughe of Atlanta for Armenian Helief instead of naugh married Miss Kdith Francis, Ga., Mr. Karnrst (S. llrown, of San charity Disgo. California, and Mr Kphriain She together with their five children r. ilrown of this city. .She afei Legal survive to mourn the loss of this leave to moum the loss of a dear kind ami affectionate husband nnd t aweet titter Mrs. Mary Harris, Mr. (father. The children are Mrs. Nell Volt of Indianapolis. Mr. M. Kllis. of Wilson, X. C, Mr. Tomorrow (Thursday) I Thanks-givin- g M. Miller of Lexington, Mr. Itobrrt day and will be observed by I John Scott, of (.ancaster, anil the Anderson, of Freeman, Mo., and Mr. all banks of the County as well as .three sons, Joe, William and Hen. I Kavanaugh. A. T. Anderson, of this city. the pnstoffices. She wa laid to rest to await the Iloth Poultry house ami quite a News. Ressurection Morn in the Lancaster number of the business houses will Cemetery on last Saturday afternoon close for the day. Miss Minnie Hurchett one of the Service were conat teachers in Lancaster Mecca School receivedthe telegram fromHigh ducted by her pastor, itev. K. II. a her Vourland. The many beautiful floral father last Monday afternoon calling offerings only attested to her wide her home on account of the death circle of friends. All cars were headed toward Stan- of her youngest sister, Miss Velvia Life will never be quite the same ford last Friday afternoon when the Uurchett who died suddenly of heart to those who knew her, while those I. II. S. foot ball team played the trouble. M'ss Hurchett left at once who were nearest tu her will long Stanford lads in Stanford last Frifor Lexington where she caught the for her with uatterablr longing day, aome fifty cars crowded to their train for her home in Louisa, Ky. long for a mother' counsel and ad capacity flying the green and white Much sympathy goes out to Miss vise. color going over to Lincoln Capitol Minnie in her dark hour of sorrow. to cheer the local lads. Mr. Daily Irtwn Died at Nine Kava-naug- li Red Crass Nurse In Garrard A Doing Hill Features For Stanford, While Great Work. While diphtheria is prevetitible and y Thanksgiving I Holiday, Tomorrow. Hur-,ber- Sad two-thirt- Stanford, The Last Friday. the early stages assuredly preventive, the public should remember thnt time is of the utmost importance in dealing with it, according to Dr. P. K. Hlackerby, director of the Stnte Hoard of Health's Hureau of County Work. The present prevalence of the disease in Kentucky, Dr. Hlackerby continued, makes it desirable n that everyone in the State know farts about the disease in order that he may protect himself and his family. These nre' Membranous croup and diphtheria lire always one and the same disease Kvery case of sore throat should be examined immediately by a physician, especially if the person afflicted with sore throat is a child, und a swab should be taken from the throat for laboratory test. At the very first appearance of a distinct white patch on or about the parent or guardian of the child should immediately consent to the use of antitoxin, irrespective of whether or not a laboratory report has been received. Diphtheriu antitoxin given early in large doses is partirally a sure cure und is attended with no danger. Twelve hours of hesitation about the use of antitoxin at times rost precious lives. The little one should be given the benefit of every doubt. To prevent diphtheria children should be taught to avoid the use of public drinking cups, nnd never to take articles of any kind from other children and put them In their Pipes for blowing bubbles, mouths. pencils, candy and apples have proved to be carriers of disease. Miss Westover, the Red Cro nurse for Garrard County is doing a great work along thee lines and she is entitled to have the hearty support of all parents in carrying on her work. She goes to all the schools in the County and make these examinations and that is one reason that all the schools of the county are open and the health of the children so good, because as soon as she finds any child with suspicious simptons of the dreaded disease she at once sends the child home and in this way helps the child as well as the entire community in not letting the disease spread. Kvery parent in Garrard county should give Miss Westover, the Red Cros nurse, their hearty tion. In cer-tnia, Team Work Of The Green And White Warriors Hold For L. H. S. District Goes Over By 84 Per Cent. A NEW DAY FOR THE STATE OF The luicnster High School Foot Hall team met the Stnnford High lit what was termed by all presSchool Foot Rail team nt Stanford ent ns "a new day for the State of last Friday afternoon nnd for one Kentucky" was realized on last Wedsolid hour fought a game and fierce nesday at Lexington when all of the battle to bring honors bark to that dear old institution of learning, the Lancaster High School. This game was a well played game on the parts of both teams and each side fought the game of their life, but they were to evenly matched to score on each other In the alloted time, the Stanford lads, however, outweighed the Ijincaitcr lads some few- - pounds to the man and both tides put out everything that they had. Coach Carrier has been looking forward to this game nnd his last instructions to his team was to uncork everything while the Stanford conch although u new man in the Lincoln school wu engcr to defeat the Garrard county lads, but ns stated above the teams were unnble to put the pig skin over the line for a marker. The Stanford boys kicked off to Iincaster Hi and after hitting the line for u few yard gain they punted, the Stnnford lads in the first quarter tried end runs and line plunges but to no great advantage, and so throughout the first half, both teams fought fiercely in the middle making first of the field seldom downs. In the beginning KENTUCKY. of the second half, the Stanford lads put their 200 pounder to carry the pigskin and so he did, but when he would take same to the line that would mean a marker, he was exhausted and tile local lads would hold like real rocks of Again the green and white warriors would with end runs and forward pusses bring the ball back so it looked like they would score, and at that time the Stanford boys gib-ralte- r. County Chairman reported to the Hurley Marketing Association their per cfnt and the number of pounds signed up in their counties. Upon the arrival of all chairmen nt the convention the poll was immediately taken and It was found that they had succeeded in signing up 177,021,203 pounds of the 1020 tobacco crop of the burley district which totaled 209,203,183 pounds and therefore exceeded the minimum requirements of 75 per cent. The Chairman 'Judge Robert Worth Hingham thanked all present for their work in this matter anil he was glad that he was able to play such a small part In what was termed by many as n new day for Kentucky Different communities were appointed and the general work of forming the association was put on foot. The State was divided into twenty districts, Garrard being in the sixteenth district composed of Garrard, Lincoln and Casey. Judge Lewis L. Walker, county chairman and Mr. Jno. M. Farm, secretary of the organization for this County were at the meeting. How About It? The Postmaster General at Washington states mail boxes are not necessary in connection with postal delivery by mail carriers. Of course it is an advantage to both the postman and the resident to have a receptical in which the mail may be deposited but wc understand that thousands of people in Louisville, Cincinnati and Knoxville enjoy postal delivery to tfieir homes without the required mail box. Several postmasters in prominent cities advise ut that it is the habit and custom of their postman to blow his whistle as he approaches the house and the majority of dwellers gladly meet him at the door or porch and accept the mail. If perchance mail is left on the porch or steps because there is no receptional'this it positively at the risk of the owner and the postal authorities assume no responsibility. If the above conditions are true why should there be any delay in giving the people of Lancaster free delivery? , would hold. Likes KaufFman One of the most popular and able ANDERSON Again the Angel of Death invaded Lancaster nnd claimed one more Mr. and Mrs. Harry Tomlinson are of her valuable daughters and sisters, receiving congratulations over the Mis Amanda Anderson, who died at of a dainty little Miss that came an Infirmary In Lexington Tuesday to bring joy and happiness to them night at nine o'clock after a very Tuesday afternoon. thort Illness. Iloth Mother and llabe are doing Miss Amanda was born Dec th., nicely and "Daddy" is so happy that 1HG5. She was teacher in the Lan- he is running the old Ford at about a caster High School and had been forty mile clip singing, let the rest with that institution for of the world go by. about twenty years. She Is one who Iteginning Friday, Nov. 25th., ami deserves much credit for the starting of the younger boys and girls' life, continuing fur ten days only, I will at she taught them in their earlier take order, for dress making at school life, always glad to serve oth- special prices, $12 to $14. Mis llcbecca Williams. er, her life was tilled with happiness It when the was at her work, so this strand, life has passed into Joy of her Lord. One by one; The memory of her life must prove a Their brows are encased in a golden perpetual inspiration. crown, Misa Amanda Anderson was a mem ber of the Christian church, having And their travel soiled garment are all laid down. confessed Christ as her Savior in her And clothed in white raiment they early childhood day. rest on the mead This makes three listen that have recently been called Home by Him, Where the Lamb loveth his chosen to lead, In the last month, Mrs. Daley having One by one. died at Misa Amanda'a home about one month ago, Mrs. Dolly llrown, We, too, shall come to the river-sidanother tlster, died on last Thursday One by one; night and Misa Amanda.died Tues We arc nearer its waters each evenday night. Mach sympathy it extended tide. to the bereaved brother and tlster One by one. aad ether relative and especially We can hear the roar and the dash Mr. A. T. Anderson of taU city. of the stream Her reialat wttt be told to rest la Ever and ageJa through our life's the Laacaaitr eeaietery tomorrow, deep dream; (Thursday) afternoon. Sometimes the waves all the bankt "They are gathering homo frost o'erftew, every Uui, So Kittitas hi bright ripples the small One by eaej WsJtHf f9t At their weary foot touch the shining One by oae." ar-riv- al con-necte, "Daddy" Two Deaths In 30 Hours Luther, two years old, the youngest son of Mr. nnd Mrs. J. T. Underwood, of I'arksville, died of diphtheria last Friday at 1 1 ::I0 o'clock. This makes the second death in this fuu-ilin the uit thirty hours, Miss Evylin Underwood, nine year old daughter, having died of heart trouble1 Wednesday evening. The funeral nnd burial of the little son took place J at I'arksville this afternoon at .'I o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. Underwood Lunch Served. have the sympathy of everyone in their sad bereavement. Monday, November 28th. (County Mr, Underwood is a native of (Iar Court Duy) the ladies of the Mctho- rnrd county, nnd since coming to dist Church will serve lunch in A. T. lloyle has made many friends. A Scott's office in the Court House. better man does not live, and we Kverybody come and cat with the deeply regret his misfortune. - Dan- ladies, prices reasonable. ville Messenger. These ladies will serve lunch on caih Court day for the next sucShine cessive three Court Days. y . members of the staff of the Federal Court here this, week, is Hon. Clay KautTman, assistant district uttorney. Mr. Kauffmun ha many close relative and friends here who ulwnys gite him a cordial welcome when he comes to Richmond. He has made good in his position but of course, will soon retire in favor of a republiHowever, many of his friends can. are saying that he would prove a mighty strong candidate on the next ticket. In fact, he is almost sure to be seen id official position again soon, all of which will please his many friends here mighty well. -- Richmond Register. Gas And Link Jones and Joe Lewis, both colored, of Jessamine County, were returning to their home on last Saturday nfternou in n ford car, when out on the Lexington pike about one f miles and they tried to straighten out the horse shoe curve on the road and the "crazy lizzie" that they were driving tried to climb a telephone pole. People poising by coming to Lancaster notified Sheriff Walker and he together with deputy Sheriff Ballard and Chief of Police Bratten rushed to the scene and b re tight Jones and Lewis to jail. They also found a couple of "shine soaked" tack (Wed with broken glass and fruit Jar toe. Beth gave bond and were released. one-hal- Won't Mix. Thanksgiving i Dinner. If you want a real turkey dinner tomorrow night we would suggest that you order your dinner at the Puritan, Mr. Joe Guiuchigliani, the clever proprietor of the Puritan is carrying an attractive menu in hit ad this week, and wu call your attention to this and as he suggest In his ad to phone in the number of platet that you wish. The price for this dinner will be $1.00. Court Begins Monday. The Garrard term of Circuit Court will begin next Monday morning with Judge Chat. A. Hardin of Harrodtburg on the bench. The docket It a light one. This game was without a doubt one of the hardest fought games ever seen on the Stanford gridiron, nnd the two hundred or more rooters on the side line from Lancaster wearing the green and white ribbon, were pulling hard for their favorites, and never gave up the battle until referee Woods of Centre blew hit whistle Hi game that the Stanford-Lancaste- r was over, at this time the rooters rushed to the field and gave three cheers for the clean, sportsmanship Stanford lads, while they were under their goal giving the same yells for Lancaster. G. D. Robinson and Crutchfield played a wonderful game for the locals und Capt. Cox was good on Serious booting the ball from such difficult Messrs Dalton Rich, Ambrose Jenangles, while Hill, the stalwart 200 pound lad for Stanford proved that kins. Walter Bryant, Patrick Murphy and Morris Steenbergen happenhe wns a real man. Hratton at center played an excel- ed to quite a bad accident on the lent gunte and wns in all the plays, Richmond pike last Sunday morning while Kavanaugh nnd Elliott nt as they were on their way to Rich- guards nnd who had hard positions to mond. The front tire of the car I till worked like real machines, the in which they were riding, blew out two tackles that played a wonderful and in so doing turned the car over game for the locals were G. I). Rob injuring Mr. Murphy and Mr. Rich inson nnd Crutchfield, the ends con to quite an extent. We are glad to sisting of Anderson, Lawson and San say however that the others did not ders were there with the goods, nnd suffer t scratch and they all conenforced their end of the line nt all sider thesmelves lucky that they were not killed. times. The backlleld that played behind such wonderful line were W. RobHis Business inson, Gustincau, Cochran and Cox (Capt) und they all were on their toe throughout the entire game. The Pulaski County News states Woods, of Centre. that the County Clerk was so rushed Referee Umpire .Miller, of tancastcr, and thnt the hunters were to excited Hcadlinesman Karris, of Stanford. to get their hunting license when the 15 minutes. Time of Quarter season opened last Tuesday that one young lad in and reRescue Perishing! "brave"hit hunting walked when In ceived license Care for the dying and starving reality he wanted marriage license. children of Armenia. $5.00 will save u life for a month. Won't YOU A Condition help? Thanktgiving It here, yuor hearts rejoice as you enjoy the feast that Notice. it set before you. God has blessed It is very important that the road you and to Him we give thanks for leading to the Old Paint Lick Ceme- all our gifts But there are those tery, be worked before teh bad win- who have no feast set before them, ter months, that it may be passable only a crust of bread, if that. In and 1 hereby ask all that are interest- rag and tatlera, hungry and cold, ed to get together that we may work they are knocking at the door of this road next Friday and Saturday, your heart. Shall they knock in November 20th and 26th. vain! Thousands of children in Ar(Signed) j; G. Burntide. menia look to America to YOU Ballard's ObaMtk Flour always for hope, only YOU. Won't you give a Thanksgiving Ives sallsfacliee. Try a sack today. offering to help save Armenia? Hwdeesi A Faraeu. Send your check to ' Side Splitting Comedy. Mrs. E. C. Gainet, Co. Chairman Date of performance in next Issue. or C, M. Thompson, Treasurer; Accident. Got In A Jam. The Sad ssstaiiaSBsjaBSBSBSBBsssMBsssssisasasasasaSjBj' The Central Record. LancasUr Ky. Thursday, Nov 24. 92 1 1 . ThrceLucparabltfl On for m&hwM.VlUGINlA Onel0rnMllowni.BURLEY One for aromj. TURKISH IT finest tobccc perfectly aged and blended 20forl5 HI rJiaLy.Home-Grow- n - relitrxle all feellnc III tile i enter r the Milne, nnd ellutle tliroiuh the nlThe many friends of Mrs. It. ( termite mtrll, mntiwhlle Woods will be glad to know she ha the iiiskIi- "lllahle '(liu.'" Stock. improved sufficiently to be brought eiAfter tlcit niliie a lecture hy Hie home. terlc ItmlilhUiii, as et f.H-tLexington, Ky., By using the great eer mn .uk. I'nlnnJ.ill. M'ernl proper care in the selection nml handMr. and Mrs. Krne.t Centers, .Mis-e- . htllidreil eeiittirle hefole .Molly had ling of teed stock potato grower in Ueulah Johnson, 1'carl llerrianm, oHnei Iiit pretty eye. In IttnglminMr C. II. I.e.! ford has hi new Jefferson county as well as in other of Irvine are visiting friends in and There Is a shortage of three milImi. N". V. sections of Kentucky can grow seed store at Manse about completed. lion bushels in the peanut crop, but - John near I'alnt l.irk. t liml suntAfter the for export or at least maintain their lleutty Md fnilng Moll) ulone. He Mrs. Tandy Centers, Mrs. J. W. New good are arriving every day. the shrinkage as yet has not invaded We predict a good trade for Mr. congress. lek nt heart and angry wnnl ' Stewart and Mr. Wilson Hranden-as he is not new to the trade or roe to hi. Il.. burg were called to Cincinnati Sun.Molly, thl. "Den't you Kdgar community, having been In the merday to see their brother, renlV wh utiig. "It ln't wtnle- Brandenburg, who is quite ill. cantile business for several year and onie. That Maik man" for the past 18 months senior of the "Von mean Mr. Ituin.amiiiy Chin. Mr. It. W. F.Mridge and wife. l.edford and Itamtey firm just across .Molly, wild oniln lira liheeV n.iilr-A II. Kstridge and Vlnn the pike from where he is located. mi ealin. .NOW Sun-- , were in Crab Orchard I do." i.il.l lleatty. "I don't like to day to see Mrs. Kstridgc's brother, see oii innnl up with n crowd or My Shoo Heels were so crooked and Sole so Ami why all af this complaining John McWhorter, who I. very ill. faker, like thine, dear." worn that I could not wenr them nny longer. After by people who no longer want to Mr. and Mrs. Walter Centers and live? They hnve "I hate (hanged, John iimwcnit taking them to our permission to Molly "I hute fixin.t ni)'elf. And several from Kirksville were the die. i, P . ItsvaMMaCkod Wrth you haven I I'lmnced. have nt guests Tuesday of Mr. and Mrs. J. ion r..;.,HUiinn I Ml 111 3 in the whirl of worldly Inter niirolf & M. Kdwards. near Danville, the oc- Mr. Harding need no longer worry nn ue. John. We I eM. It ln"t being Mr Kdward's birthday. over his place in history. cation He has Ii roulil neter he happy together. and leaving them for one day, they came back good Mr. Ding, a native Chinese who been making some wonderful scares want lit lite In the "iil to have In) ; u as new. spiritual freedom. We eoiild neer he 1. studying for the minstry at George at golf. IIMtl happy logeiinr. College, will preuch at Mt. Tab town '"o tootirt t. 0Ti.iKa.,i-- f uti ms "Vwi want to hreak our engage or Sunday morning at 11 A M. Kv-- j We are glad to sec so many tic Mivumca,. lift. p mi ta. mentV nked Iteatty coldly. cordially invited to attend .ticians hanging onto the fringe of is day shopping. She put out her hand.. BUENAVISTA 'and hear him. They After finishing his, that Washington conference The idea of a world union is be- John craMil her In Id. arm. Mr. Bradley Smith, of Hazard, was "(Sod hte. jou. M.'lly,M lie sntd. studies he will return to his native may learn how to say much In n few ' ginning to rear its head. Some ls Miss Rachel Scott is reported ill a recent guest of his parents, Mr. and words. the head may wear a crown, "Ilut It ln'i any ue. Only If you land as a missionary Mrs. Will Smith. at this writing. crow tired If you want me at any Horse and Mule Feed, Cremo time, Mr. John Upton nnd son, were in an) where, jou'll let me know, Dairy Fred for cows, Wheat Mid won't yftuT Stanford Saturday. Miird Fed, gone. Then he Mr,. Lula King was a recent guest dlings, Rye Middlings, Her thoughts went Imek to thoe IUlUrd's I'ure Wheat Bran. of friends at Durglu. llrM itu when -- he had come to New Hudson & Farnau, Mr. nnd Mrs. Will Hutledge were York. She had met John in a Mr. and Mrs. lien I.nne of l.udluw hoarding bou-In Ilnrrodsburg last week. And yet were recent visitor of Mrs. Kcnnle thin,, hn.l hwn iln. of erfect hsppl-ltdaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Scott and Mr. ami Mrs. Will Jen The little Nw Will Jennings is sick ut this writing. nings. A ring at the Ml aroii.ed her from her reerle. She opened the door. Miss Mabel Mnycs spent Saturday The Indian wa stnudlng upon the and Sunday with friends at LexingAt the sight of him her thre.tiold ton. fnre softened. Mrs. X.innie Jennings was a reHutu, "Von left Mr. W? "TABLETS cent guest of her son, Mr Will Jensmiiiny fJheeT' she nked. nings. Itamuimmy entered after her and 1 clo.-f the iliH.r helling him. Miss Susie Jennings and Mrs. Fanturned toward her and held out his nie Jennings were In Danville Tues Mc ROBERTS DRUG STORE. linn.. -hoarsely. Ij "Ve.." he wh!vri-left you, my umoiiAWer, my rfect I Spud Is Equal To Imported at n standard as high as that maintained by grower In northern according to conclusions states, renched by members of the Jefferson County Seed Potato Growers' Association who cooperated with the division of the College of Agriculture In conducting comparas tive tests with seed. Ilesult of and Minnesota-growthe Arst year's demonstrations were dicued nt a recent meeting o the association and while direct compari son between the two types of seed was not possible in nil cane because' of the slight ditTerenres in planting time ntul soil, sufficient data was ob tained to show thou who cooperated s seed the possibilities of from their own county. In 10 cue where fair comparisons could be made, three men reported a slight superiority of seed over the Imported stock, eight men eoutd report no differences anil five men reported n slight advantage of the Northern-growseed over that grown nt home. Following n discussion of the reults members of the aisoriation conclud., homeed that the use of grown seed would give equally as good results as the use of imported seed provided proper attention wn given to the care and selection of seed stock. Members of the association consider the first year' work whfch they have carried on to be highly success ful and by next year they hope to increase their stock to the point where they can enter the market of furnish ing certified seed potatoes. This year they have been compelled to re fuse orders for three carload of certified seed because of their limit cd stock. stock high-clashome-grown high-clasJelTcrsan-coun-ty-grown n high-clas- Mis Kmma Bunnell was In Danville Monday shopping. We want to thank the friend who By DOROTHY WHITCOMB are so nice to send us new items. Mesr. K. 0. Woods and R. ! hi .Molly. John lleutty Hill were Richmond visitors Monday .she mi not realised Hint ii. attired In ttltT shirt, jjM Collett has been on the sick whirl, gmo hint a setnatlon of Im nblc to bc Ufk in Knooj, Jt but and eiidltis suit of eve- Genuine Kanawha Salt bast for ilnr .l.,ili- ul.l.h iii.hU. Mm fe.. Hudson A Farnau. - curing meat. tike a waller, lie Mood iiiihxIIU lde the door and watched his ilmuee I Miss Cynthia I'ruitt spent the noting unions ber ctie.K with friends at Cotton- lie luid reiiirueil from the Wri af- i.attr r' nltM'int". He lind ler a Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Mays ore hi, fortune lu the c.Hie to n.,. mine., mi. I Molly hn.l suld she Mould rejoicing over the arrival ot a i.oy, he true to Mm. He liml untile the for- born last week. tune and Molly liml true, lint ti.. Hrare nn.l Kmma Hill were ,.,.., ()f M, ch Hen. ll.K n not n.e -- liiipie. I tiniiiry slrl whom lie had nml mother. lhre )ea before. '" Mr. and Mr. Moy.l hmltft, ut Sitv There un liieene tu the lr. nnd Ileum lllel the ln.rii-- r uf whole er Creek, were Sunday guest of nine fti)cen. Their were thref port rkor Foley. r n, ytt- pr...e..t. John did not mind p.- -i. ,( .Mr,. W. O. Hendrcn. Mrs. Mr. , I...U VV. H. Hoop, and Mrs. Martha Wynn .iir.v ri,,.r ..nil. i Th Mysteries of Yof a PAINT LICK BBBHMPBflVpaavBHBBBMBBBkX uptili, mVl sBBBBBBBBBBBWkTW jtWaUj m- - tlitvi--)r;i- - leu If ' ,.. ,.,., "ckrr If can tou havt loboF fun with a TALKING MACHINE Dancing ia splendid exercise. Many doctors recommend it as a tonic for inactive ytem. Besides, what is mere wonderful in a heme than a COLUMBIA machine, playing seme melody, that sets your whole system tingling with the rythm? Those who do net dance, can hear charming music, vocal and instrumental, by the world's twst artists. Come in today and select one ef these machines, your home will be brighter your life happier. Come to US for it. loathed the l.l.ek limn In the liirl.mi. who win holding forth a rupt audi- enee Jioiiy inritl.ieii- - iiim.ii me lerles of Yof. "T in. .1 en, .Hfc HI .1. irate, xiid rent wltlioiil .v..ntl..n the masle .) liable 'Om.' Then lintti In llithlly Ihroiish Hie left imMrll. mniuiri H. .. 'I.OH .IIOII' II. ( oncentrnte: imile.. i H -- ""'" .. w.mi.a , I"- - oiifen ei- - ' 1,1 Thursday. J. II. Knlston has returned from I.nuinville anil l.vx tTcton where ne norrhnii-.- l eoo.U for his storo. ... "".. - .....- ,i, nf. t,.l..t nf h.r aUti.r. -.Mr. J -Havis for the past week-eniMrs. J, T. Thompun, Mis Fannie Dawden and little Miss Francis Wynn ,u .1... n.l.. l .,.. ' ruj-tl- l. ..,.. ' n,r. h lln McRoberts Drug Store Led-ford, uii-.- i 1 M-- Iit THEY WERE CROOKED - Mes-dam- THEY ARE STRAIGHT SMOTHERS5 ' MANLEY WILSON Shoe Hospital nil wmmms c ts :..IIIIIMIIII..JI.Ilb,d..m.mWjm5 e. e. flnnouncmg ST gsPgflaafflgffl of a ism, soiin-tlilii- m d 1.-- orldlr? THIS Why Not Pay Less FOR 8 1 I could not go home until Kn.l. hud told jou Hint I love you." Mitlly revolted In horror. "Will iiu tome ullh me and be my bride my Inquired the Mark mini eagerly. "Oil, bate you! Co awny!" she erleil. ,'Jolln, John!" 'Pie answer wiis Imnuillate. With n emli John stood In the en-- 1 lotu.-llower1 J i great Tire Company witht of tire stores extending I trnnie. ! BETTER SHOES? (i) (!) We thought that would make you read this ad but we mean every word of it. Wo have in stock some of the most serviceable Shoes ever made genuine high grade leather comfortable and of fine appearance. You pny less for these shoes than you do for many others that are far inferior in quality. When you get ready for those better values just bU'P up to our counter. They arc waiting for you. TRY A GOOD THING ONCE. Willi ii leap he was upsu the lilaek man, and with a parting kirk, iVi united him upon the sidewalk. Then he turned back Into the niuirtment. Molly was weeping pitifully as she crouched on the Turkish rug. "I 1 saw that black skunk turn hark. Molly, nnd I sutHctetl something." John exclaimed. "So I waited outside to make sure that It was all right. You nien't angry with me. n,' BBBBlN A W iH kBil VflH flaW H Kl ibbbbV B from coast to const now offers motor car owners here, tremendous suvings in lire costs. This store is a unit in the biggest chain of retail tire stores in the world and brings to you the best tires possible at the very lowest prices ever quoted for like quality. 1 sfaH IIbBbV l Ih ,jfCSBH9aisHaCaBBBB9a Opening Sale i ! dear" "Angry. JnhnV he unsuered, look Ins up. "Oh, John, can you ever i I I I Why We Can Save You Money on Tire: We offer )ixi thcc sensational tnr values becaute of our gicat buying power. Instead of buying for one slots. hc buy lor our whole chain of tire sturta alt over tht Umlnf States. Thus, we mure tha cream ol tha lm lirts made -- buy in tremendous Urge quantities and get tha berkcfil of rock bottom priies." These we pass along to you and save you lift, to 40 on your tires. In some rases you can secure lirea from us at lot I ban wholesale. Come in ami visit our new Red Priml Tiie Stuie and gtt acquainted with us. wlKtlwr yuu nel tires or not. Let us show )ou sonic id the wonderful Values we ais olfcring. Look for our ads every week. Note the opening specials Coma today and take advantage of Wo ulfer here, tins big sale. You will always save money when you buy tiles l.ere'atul get bigger mileage beside.'' for-gh- e I met" John sat down beside her nnd tik her hnnds In Ids. ' .Molly, dear," he snld, "I giie you didn't understand that's nit. Molly, If you'll marry me, you shall hate n dlf ferent iot ever" night to supMr. us long ns his hnnds are clean. Hut I Itamsammy do Ids Ciiess breathing stunts elsewhere. Whnt do you Kay" "All right, John." answered Molly. let Fores of Habit. Mrs. Smart Vow, listen here, John, wilt not stand your staying nut so we'll ' OUARANTCCO DUNBAR MICHIGAN CORDS 1M0 ML afllK TanVSZ JIJaVBBV A CHAIN 8,000 Iilc 23.90 29.11 -- 034 3Z4 a iw I We also carry a complete, and line General Merchandise and all kinds of Farming of Implement, and can and do sell for lea than any one else We sell for cash. te 1 OF STORES I a to fi" COAST TO COAST late. Mr. Smert llt ally, my dear, you are You know very well 1 uureasonahle. acquired the habit while courting you. fcimlou Answers. A Becker . &. BRYANTSV1LLI, KENTUCKY. Ballard WORLD TIflE STORES coy s. sMNvts Lift af Kucitk cefflea only to thosw who tMil a life of endeavor. Theodora Rooservlf, Kn4svr, mt SaSBBBBBBBBBBBBBBSBBBBBBBK-.asSas- WVBK B t . The Central Record. Lancaster Ky. Thursday, Nov 24, 92 1 1 . YOU CANT LOSE WK SAY, YOUK MONKY BACK IF NO QUALITY UP. YOU CAN HUY GOODS FOR l,OW THE SAM! QL'Al IT Y 2 i r SATISFIED. K THIS IS WHY WE KEEP THE PRICES THAN OURS, HUT YOU DON'T GET i : Hart Schaffner & Marx MNE CLOTHING IN STOCK Mens and Yountf Mens Suits This year $30 & Mens and YotinU, Mens Overcoats This year 525 S $30 Mens and Young Mens Suits This year $20 & Mens and Young Mens Overcoats This year $ 15 & $35 $25 $20 Outfitters for Men and Boys. (fA Ladies Misses and Childrens Shoes Interwoven Hose. Shelby Stetson H,il, Wilson llros. Shirts. Cooper. lie nninuton Umlcrwcar. Shot's for I. tides, ISoittoni.iu Shoes for men aBk. ; -- (Ms .tkf ..tht r nifan tn HOUSE OK QUALITY. Jas. W. Smith American Legion News 2 f i i . LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. (Vnvrieht ft t pi'mtiit at t!.' iii , III.! I mti ! f t v mt ent of thmm n tn.p Co!!t fi' of Airrirultltrt' Small vui w t lull i 't.innif i 'ft ! i ftj Mn thr tif w highway projr. t lies mi) In- hllfti wtth bruh, straw . niiTitUt' '.. t'lrt v. r. .' EFFECTI VI" NOVEMBER lf.th I huh ! "t.t mrr ..'i.l infreing bnarr. wt't-Jp-. Mf fotWr or am Ktr r..hirii an I ft. 'i I Nn'tt ri the Minnrij are iniordin- - to rrport rrcnvc.l b Ihf Httrntioi. i:ii. i.i i.nn, ir othrr roar' material avHilabitKlori"UimIii( 'link- for Kmploymfn munitv iMtm'i- t- n that lv. ih a (VtJar bnuhet with tht tun ttlacvti up I'amour lr Mtkr. I' i Iran AnHri an Lfftnn miI hivn Vmrrirana ran thr slop to ritW-- the WH-iuittral wa .i i aux of othrr to tram for rvau at MtmiMwfa- .iir t . makr good btvakm for tUliac RUtlir 1 the hotita n Httinr THROUGH 10 JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA. .f II Wild unr M Ii, j ittmpaiitn to tui'rtt Mybllr ("ofBll, : Ijirirrr gullim and ilttfhM nhoul .i. inflinf to Mi ' 1 AND ON NOV. 17TII THROUGH TO CHICAGO at. lie' ' Jt it H. m.i i,f the homr fvowomir depart have more ubatantial brrak rtpf rorn m Xr 'jiidmetieated for ji.l!r 2 STEEL TRAIN OF COACHES A HIGH-GRADiniliiffi. thr nirni nf thr Collrne of Asru'illturr tally where iamaire i apt tn he hraw " II p- Ur'.H Vtvn by Vrk. Johnulft-wAND THROUGH SLEEPING CARS. at interval. nf f thf tt t While rrtain food arr particularly I'tU- - of ttone . 'Iltlf ! f br tmrrtean priMttitti. l neither Mttwfartoril for thi. purpmxat far hi ptay, "Thank Yu." t uppr ipnratr for th .lay it LEAVES RICHMOND. SOUTH BOUND 10:15 i m un in a faarr : uut extreme . .i - ' itdviaii'e to put witr nor nrraary in P. M. N. w York, ami rvr prrwm brinirinir a .liwar.li-.A M.. NORTH BOUND 5:-thf llr.iiiX Z ii 'ovicoat t th thatrr tlrvpra! ' thf t rati it ions of thr flay to tarrint-- rnIHTeti .ir, i t"t' ol MHM'IIW Mart-- . ' al tier i' f nwhr UNEXCELLED DINING CAR SERVICE in rdrr to hap the tabir r ohtairirtt ani all 1'hr ui.'umr I . I. thr AlRrriran with burden f rirh and many timet .ip i .. r hy .nrplanr t. Montana Lmm AN ENEMY TO GOOD HEALTH m i ! r'ftirr ratiaat)in i (. a ' i; I: improprr footi t'horch rrit-- f Good health lus no Rrcater enemy ui- r- and nurn Uk mwralMt at Xaaja-- 1 followr.l b a timpif than constipation. Foley Cathartic th it. rapidly rhangri! into a, Jlorr than :. rm rntwr of tb:!ut moHtiMr. dmnrr at noon and Tablets are mild but sure in action. ..tf rlrphnt Thr Kot-- party car-- t homr amw.rmrnts in th. They banish biliousness, bloating, bad Amrruan Lrio rrprftmir tn. from thr r ..I i t in a atr breath, coated tongue, headache, ana rrninff ...noutuir .. sour stomach and othersick caused by of thr . tflt participatrd ,a u .l thn.whth, Bitrrn rrtr. nm.; ills rlrbrnUi that will m.M m arly ..). indigestion. Take one tonight and you r. rm.n.r, hononnu thr,r un pup. r mm. of thr .prv.al trn.n Und-lth- r .ti . MnHli- f tP WVrW War t prsarh Dwt of thr olon.a .. ttu r. will feel better in the morning. Iktt whrn tin. Krb nX KuH ' .irr 1.1 r. n ' lfcf' .to StorniM I'ruir Store Whinatw Armutlc Day :. Nation-- . arrordmtr to - Mim fornell. ..al Mtipprd in .Vrw Vtirh for tit li .1' lit t ill. i Uit-.tr hour rn rout.- to d I'rin.rton t n.ve-U- " om"drr Miie.N'Wt'r. m thr nr of frillt- ttanktvinR PI"-- the tmat.) rfiititi-rri- i for uumii pro.lu. ttltj tHl .tv and Hhlk th.- - ll.ed .rnrrairimo f a Advice .it niiMl Hhit h art KuinillR COU6HS.C01DS.CROUP I""1 "r on tk "i.v rath of .till ahU. th. Mnutna m.M-o- t Iion't trj to snil ii ' rttpiitl) thr a siwrt enurcn i rvive in ine morninc moory until you h.n. Drui: Store "",l,y tnmfrrred oat a truck rM4jrl . . ' j .k un Hlwil way in whkh tn tioirm i and hurrtrd thrftuirh thr early mm f n. rat t On tfct) othrr hitnd. "A Definition 0 Lut. Handled of U.Ur and tvlejtram: ,h' day." MW t ornell iul. ta the iwalMKtciil mtrdrnn mir condition larreiirei the lard 'Che hur nur who uuld rath A ciod cltlifii tlu. War ll... iWIHMI mtvuv oi a numiier oi i fturrn.- -. haw B. . ri "pint f the MantatMt LeKionl Profit For I... tti lll than brrak th law fi ii an'i tiwteit.e' wwiin .,f th..'with itwtiirinir mulf, appropriate! r hnd ld frun n.iuli.ip . Inire ad their htWat win hhtW) p- - ' , , . . i ..u :iriil titlL n.it finlv nku'r pitivinm ...1 L.. . t V0la, a (Mr I r.'nm .mn-ti.fxiwn in .ih nortu mi .l... urii nr. iaei ' In Home Butchering ifi iti " iiiKftKi"1 J" wiJ Ik. L.. rim Sennthlng Wrong Somewhere. ,m " "'cort' :" ,,n, OI rt'm rrtuatry ih reftitaUnt f Uie rluirxt " UkJ It If ullrnce .Mlileti mill tnniiey talkv it y meat lull the hc rovered nmUh- but aleo will provide an I n.ler f Setwtor WaWiH of :Hrw. a- - tti THt.BivinK iiteei' n.liti"i thr h how run w, :n Hint our minify I, , prodw.r . unnic of m. aUi kmit '''P "" ami .inri.. i.rt.,.1 : mmnitianal nieetint; from whwh a celil ' ImtrhennK lUntermi'Mt af the hodien ...un Tran't-rl'tit- . meat eommunity imtlKimr ntHiui.i re A V. V .. wui-,hul. be hiKh.v protiUhle to Ken-- ""rWled rlw-r4lier-- hutted in Hret. iHd other dirrlietMmt in thr ith Ual- - Amencan Aur i tilt, i.wciatti turky farmer prt.M.led proper atten ..... Hokum keen ..u.1 .if ... ..rr.. Kniiwe. danMe ittv war, h:i . k.... L..lii....u tk.. an. "line diould remember that Un t mn i A ( hrixtiiKio irift to the ,. iTIVell i., the mum iintviiti.ini . ., Civilization U Ursel the evupe of ....i......i . eiKht monthi irivini: th l one in which the food ,,,,i,,Hl SUtW m lh'- - fun" real feat of detail runtiecteit ith thee prtee-ethr rare from a belief in liuluin. How Kxtremely younv: ed Uy the AMeman l.eBH. .rmy ,m"n reult upertor .irronliNk' to K J Wilford. of the P".'- - 'V '"k:re compen- - i of and that iuality properly of tutch lioknra do you tiellrtr n! Ar h;ie farwnrded to th,"ui autht.ntt. the arranuemetit hinhainlry animal furnmh mtsit which i waterv WMJ Otllfj trtlney-.lc- t member af the .inimul l'franei .vmencaa "--cemeieni' ,.ti.m bill. I umber ailjiutetl made at it in true American style call fo tnt! of the Tolletfe of Agriculture. anil lurMRK in navor wmie ijjed uhia preilutiiiH t" West African Groom's Appreciation. A suitable menu for the with main yield meat of mare llavor Imt by John Thwma Taylor. simplicity. Ilik'k freluht rntea ronilMtitHl WH lm l"" "ol U'a.hiMttHH (In the ilny after the luarrluse crr-u..Kh- ll .... i t. ii.t ih:ii ..i...:. -enilie iruit tl.Hk- . handling rharKe make often dry and tmigh l numerwo vice tn.iuinttn tti .1... in.l.l'C Uy rehtUvt. " t.. 2S0 poMnd. arr to be r..it-t- ti ..i in luit.ul tnrL..v with - anil I Africa liiiw...I... l.,l.l...w, . ofIV... unrean-4hl(kick i ii.-- hue product Niitional l.e om- - i hi. appreciation ... . . I I hit II,- .. .... I, ...I .v.....! . pieierrt-t- i mi' neitrier urn. ' ' mi t tee. epenive when the prwe of wife i'"1',, r, voiiuf el.y. by ptiwilerliis brr hesd with ana Whin the Y. M. C. A. in .Sower-vide- . hetweeM ItW And l.0 (towiioe.. creanieti l comparetl with the price lhae ueiuMml :! .Miimi., burned iIouh, Amenrnn A celery, individual plum' L... u.... which farm em receive for animal on poiindt are of a handy wruht and Ittlll ' I.Uttl Itltt-- l flf k....l ,,,.;' to jelly with I.eBtiMi men rtweuod i l laduur. cltUh-eQualified. Home kill uHlly have kde capMMr of ftiMt. Mr U'llford ad rele.iHl f rm th.' mtlttarv wr.Mn at puddinir with hard sauce, nut, rat them and turned tbe I.omhi club Ft. I.Miti'Hwartk. Kanau. where he " Another may include prime baron with proprr cut-tin"Tlii man t mnrry." ald the htiUKtit '' and ikiiMiallyruriMK of meuU dnna what iwmu into tlw temporary V ..M. t'. A. wti. ..rvin a jontimre far a "buildv" family buck of and rnnn met hotla r'""t P'r. Ctrl, "niu't have ' SUP' n tlack neatwi on the farm i of the city. bakwl potatoe. lilm." "0b, I can fulfill I but requirewill make it ptwiMe far farmer to had snvttd Ma life in Frnnce.l temlerltMii. uht ment nil rleht," be replied confidently. In Another Sfn. in Unity W. IlKivy. wm take advantage of thr prwAt rnjo) ureatwl atHMtT. .. cnsim. baked nquash. pear i . . . irim i anir ititrnii oi :inv ill rn v i 'Itefor. Moir than a millioii member f u..uiuj i.. u.. eie Hmrrletl yon tmmpKiii pie. . ir i lad. Prrncn itrewini:. ume .Luii. I'd by middletoM and at thr T"1 " aM u rW... . .1.. HmtMl, for ,m. thr AitwnciiN I.eUHt have tdoWd T'""' '"T " .rrwiiti... -- .it K,UI. ,ml ..th, L.tle 7 ."-.-. protlmt which houU timr obiaiM cHisrnit oi uh( pinee ntiiioti njr im 1, ilHk. iw prtMfl Writ, , thrm.elvr to SMt in thr American . 1'ollowiiiar the clow of the Thank- ta that tbal I hr mi penor for home rn,im,w i m i triuh, Prnrrve Sanctuary. liducalion Wfek rampatatn. Ilerrm-- ' In Kentucky on a ranch near .Spnnirflekl I ivinir .tinner tnr true htunemaker frm parking Jn line Watt' attic workibop at , come forward tinder the H"re. f thr t'oeil u , h(l. WB ' br afHo. Man Wat Made. ball, near Iliriiilnriant. tMilrheriMir ran hr donr any time litleld ... ' lloit ike lrihiimkrr. makmr Mn I.eiCloii and thr National Udurattonai or . tin tovl Hntflaad. ter 'ltaHkaiviMK. a temp'rlure of lir keratin, commander uf the N'ation- - wltft to "conclude of thrproitrani - of loft thorn hia .hundred.till lie Jint a 11m AaaormtHtn rtMnputed of rhool and al which fetiutirjtsin affn. .til to 3a drier beimr oUl rnnua;h frtw Utt uf Hay, ArM IM not bak l.nulh l.eairui - of him Umt rwaeii Va4 bo fa ate oat ctfllrKr traebi'im. Thr purl tatthr Invited friend of both onnor of lloflihttrld hull rrceutly dlrd thr day. t.i tool thr mMl properly Wlr. iiihI Htrvatlly kaki butt ItM the child! en and the okler members, nml the Walt .fnien.iry coMioUtct Health, rondltion. iallty. atfr antt lone and be came imii hlark, and fampaiarn ait- to inform the publu lake tcn MICKIE SAYS of thr at't aNtaiMimrnla and need of uf thr family ran cottatitule a (croup now inrni,iM to.if M'lenee to pnwrr wriarht are thr importaMt thina to thirdly Uikrtt btiu Jnt rlathi ml lt to the Itrlt-tbl thr uublit w haul a and to awurr tip whkh aould obtain real Thank-ok far in th autul wiUrh i to br CNMr tHIl red. I thr 'rrr I lid I MM' - Heleti'iHe Aiuerloaii. iiNtlon kivIhk enjoyment from poppinar or hutthereil on the farm Care huii!d rxplauallmi of Hh ieitiu.ii ..f tkn twrt and ctmperation of thr accom per. "xvv voye. o' kwue, i.f ih.u, la in. I iwiiit ftmr pliiasmenta ana metl ol the punn. parrhitiK corn. t trtni: abort one-ac- t he taken tu ee that the uiimim vshi.h tiit-- f Dorothy's Obiirvatlon. IAV OFP nAeJ 'MMlD TAr.i in Ml. tho.ila and to yiii iiinsl In aUMfwrt and play, inakintr t.itfy or tonr ' Ttrer uilHtN ultd two uncle won lauifhti n .1 ht.iltln itu, thin oilier Ii ih it TMAt, VJWF.V4 K CvKTOlAtO. !. a ei.ite it liut. ftly .tope ration of tar public m tucetmk-- ' Aith tin ti .ulitmn .f thr vMtlns at lorolb)' luime ttnr Sun- I t ontiei . danger ..f ' r.m - mitt mIII.. I leini'i'i t t.then- - nrrdn. duy recently, and tbr utitniirrled tut4 v ,i! ' ti .ia (t from th. ,ii AW)0T MOW XtGMY MOkJEW H tnr icul j of the iruevl n well ai of ber own l JSik'ti Mitu r i nii,'t .ii eat the ni.i' NEVi XMBD' MVS UOVJES the Stopping GullicS PrC- -' bmthrrt "d tdatrr mm ke tittle on I. ..ii J.. W IliU. thr railroad ina utGvtr tuxo his roevitt Kinallv reniarketl: mite, waa nimniianiwaly iorted may SO sr th "Itii'l It Erosion mt rrm traiurthr M l amtbrr aad tbl vents ,ry Culcb. the wtrhrdrt .r of lie peeaV In ' wwk at St i it ." Oanod for h m inlf fum'tt ' nhv fklldrrti," Special Invitation to Young People Of Fields. of I'aui. .MkMH.. under Um aupk Cavernor the AiawririiH l.Ha)iin. I tu. Ikiiik uii ha', .tii.l wuitet rain wiun Witehra In Walet. " ' th.- tltii'l" I ' i i r, uuiik' "r . uiiiiiiunity l'ieu of Minaii-'- ta iiaaiiaatwl the role SnpenrfitluBa of thr cwuatry fli a tpecial mutation to Uecotc a uhhk ,u p..itiii Mill iturt KUl'ie mi ' in malty liel-of a bad mM Unwm u "Mexican Only by capful aad ayatraaMtlc anvittat may you hope In KttHtUtky farm mithv it necear)' of Wale) tire iUm'umoI In the oaar (tIHaa IVte ' aad lUrul for farmer to taku imawdutle 4ep terly repart of IH. Arthwr llua it'iuirr thr fund aecriaary to evtMtuaJy aniarh out u bdV 'HtortV Mo Uicdlral hotillb olUcer of tbr tMinl; hi- - rival in tbr rba meter of "Alkali " if for ymr tu atoa tao rroaia f tbey wih to of t'artUHrlbriiabtrr. lrpitr thr fat'l No Kfeat a nount to open an act ium tlwir bad, tlmt forllinr irlllutc Mini' wli.i,. raft ". End Timar preveat furtaor diimao to niM'ir An rkfort to probiUit thr holdiiik tan do .o un any mm frm .'lie .lollar up. Vuii ..in add t. aad Comttt'' noiU proavntcrtrMa iialallii My. At arr pr4illlte.l un.l. r be l uui '. Inw tin .ii.iiunt fruit tine ' ' me t it ar ' r no nur i of .iMHve in tar imldlr ihol at inii 'i tnti tke time there are appp v. lars- - miinl.fr of ihf Wi'h It !l'l lr.-defeated by the ter h.iw Wall t nay b Katonah. N. V . mutely 'i.50J.UUt acre of . r...i.-- . tirltu-- their ul'.ipi; 'and the ViUak' l Amencan iH'k'ion land in the Stale, an acreatic tint wlti Ii .ft. ir riuti. i 1ll.ni ' prnctlti.'neiit lniprovratent .Society uf that place ,u huld Ik decrrMtod rutker than &i!t tinier creased if farm af the Stute ar to j continue to produce bitf vie i.t of A brow I c tablet twt been ercctetl OF l.ANCASTI:R. Few valuable (dunti or crop JNNWUTC&CO cruM. at llrooMinp, Ma.., to the memory -- rjlnc.f (.OUItVIUI, KV S. C. DENNY. Caihier. will thrive on k'Ullietl lield. tne uf Albert IS. Scott, a former new ItUtiiWtl.lO! icciali.t ay. boy known a "Scotty" who wa kill Cdpfrol Since the ncutotl for the .eeditiK Llawal aaaalmaal ed behind hi machine k'Uil in I'rance raH valoa M j of cover erupt I pat for the vear He l believed to be the youiik'cut Roll Bank lit will be iieceyary for farmer t Raw Furs Amcruan toMicr killed in the World S't-ph- Louisville & Nashville Railroad pa- - Simplicity Shows Trus Thanksgiving. f tut- uul 'f tai iur - .i fi.r t itoi t'tt irullii R . .in onlinif in t . -- - - "THE SOUTHLAND" I J hd i tlf I ' E th-ar- r . - . ' ! i i e -- : h rl Wt pt.-j)- rrrj Mrrte iraH -- t . t - ' e. Hrr S'-ft- hr MHI,''" i Farmers A , L- U.-I- U. ...t !""""'" ... f"' l I J tf h t . ly ' ..".... mt ..i pre-tiare- il 1 ,,"" . - .tmt-nrill- - 1 , ' itu-luil-e ,.. L. . . ir d tc I i i 1 ! TT.. .... -.- - hor jt l. . vHlii-tiia- 1 i l ' I ve "Uf arc. Further , li.-i- THE NATIONAL BANK $50,000. Honor Surplus 450,000. 1 mm avrrr f Th Central Record, Lancaitcr, Ky.. Thursday Nov 24. 92 1 1 JJardware utomobiles and Implements Ford-- of HATFIELD DENTIST Offica course Phoaa Offlca 5. LANCASTER, or Thai Garrard Saab. KatbJanc 376 KENTUCKY jtudebaker and JTjleclric Old Hickory Wagons Fixtures ShanksatUtnQ fe.ft of wcoki unto tln l.ord tliy GoJ with n tribute- of n fnwill L. effcnnn of thine lt.ind. which thou slult j!itmto the l,ord v$ God. according ni tlic Lord tlr? Gcd J.J.Byrne Exclusive. Lighting jjap Robes, jinner Sets Jjjcrna' yails and Harness and Saddlery and Cut Glass Stoves VA AND THOU si lit keep tlw - Opttmetritt DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. Opposite Gilcher Hotel, p at t 12 ami I t) Office lluur -' hath Llctscd thro. jhfllt rejoice lofore the Lord tlty Co.!, thou, and thy wn. nnd tlr? daughter, and tlrj? nimitorviint, nnd thy n iidtcrvnnt, nnd the l.evit that it within thy jjatoj, and tho stranger, and the fitlictlcss, nnd the widoW, that are among you, in the place which the Lord thy God ha choen to place h name there. And thou Ranges and J. A.Beazlev HINLRAL DIRECTOR Ottlre Kcildet .r l Builders Supplies 'it (her Hi And thou sKnlt remember that thou wait n Iwndnun in Hgypt, and thou slialt observe and do these statutes. AS( ASTKK. t National Hank ' (Mice I'line g KY Thou And Juggies, iffles, Luth Shot Phoenix Guns and Arnold shnh observe the feast of talr rnaclei seven days, after that thou hast leathered in thy corn nnd thy wine, thou shah rejoice in thy feast, thou, and thy son, nnd thy daughter, and thy manservant, and thy maidsorv ant, and the Levite, the stranger, and the fatherless, nnd the .vdow, that are within thy gate. j Or. Printus I'allt Walker ll.t t VETERINARIAN. Anmti'il I'loinptlt I'hnit I and Amunition INiihl I I? IS, ll. Qil Stoves, Perfection and Florence ining, Plumbing, urn and Roofing solemn feast unto the Lord thy God, in the place which the Lord shall choose, because the l.ord thy God shall bless tluv in all thv in crease, and in all the works of thine hands, therefore thou shalt surely rejoice. n SfcVliN days slult thou keep j Fall Planting. , I JJcating Plants, The Caloric in Paints, Oil and Glass - PFUTLROSOMY CII if. . 1..11 OF ALL KINDS OF HARDY TREES. SHRUBS, HEDGE. GRAI'E VINES. ROSES. PERENNIALS, ETC. EVER-GREEN- Jverything ,i . :! ii. i mil-i- t 'nj: ! ill II I'i I it ! i lit r 'i I m mr .it.i .Ulu Kiiuli "in .ii'- ri ' - 1 Jogers and Community Ware 2 n ! n ijeparators, 11 F IIILI rlNMIIYHU SONS The DeLaval, None Better. l.i'xingtiiii, 11 Ky On In J no I ul ' ) Two ChKVt I . It l.u a Ltf9 f . factor in iturcas. i received a amount of attention from CampHogging ntf torn and olie.int i a bell county farmer during the past meanit of raphl an. I economical mrk fall with the result that much bene- proiluction. iittrlmg tu rult heing fit U expected to result from it.s ue, obtained bv t' T Juii. a Marion according to a report by County county farmer who i cooperating Agent II. K. Link. Definite step with County Agent II. J Children toward giving thin fertilizer a place and the eMeixion iIivkiiiu of the Col-- . ( of the lege of Agriculture in conducting a in boosting the erop yield county were lirt taken when lime j df montralion to how the value of pulverizer were put to work in dif- Jthis method. 1'ive representative ferent communities. Three of them 'animal in a group which - being tinned by individual furmen or to hog on" a held of corn and group of farmer crushed nearly soybean gained a total of JIH pound 1,000 tons of the material. i or 1.'! pounds each during three weeks A a further tep in making the uf the iicMioii-tr.- it la ....I till t ion material of increased value to far- - They made a total dally gam uf inert of the county a number of pound or almiMt two poumN each to be eonductetl by ila during the trial. Some uf them who are cooperating with the gained more than two pound a day extennon division of the College of during three week ami three day, Agriculture have been planned. according to result. of the cxperiTho-- e ilemonttrationi uhich include j mi nt thoM- - involving the ue of limestone nr. priKtically all irop grown in the llrai'i. make the n.aii bu: tile oiil t runty are expected to answer man) f h lier ih ef atrtKlior l.inu"itiini a wg crop yield ha rcc-iin- , ,ir .rt' ' ' in' Campbell Farmers Give f' t ii rur Attention To Corn And Soybeans Are Limestone Good Producers m j mit'-- mi u-- 4 , DAY f i i v i e EXPRESSIVE .M '.t' Alol n- .... '.."! for .i i i tf ' ii f tinnk ... i t OF A NATION'S Of Pork. GRATITUDE uce, crlp Turkey nint iranlrr) Wfrtllier It k'eli'iill lii. of ne unit foottinll wre in tlie nr Mt the wt) liieiitlmi ..f 'I linL-- t m; wrltei Sittllll.-lIn the New Orlruti 'I'line l'lenj line I'.til fiHiilmll niiil iimili dinner are not In tlie linal all uf Tliankgiliig I'liele I a lleeJH-r- . In' 'plmtlohnl lile lit Ilie ia net liable through Ihree hiliidreit yar of Amer-Irathe v'reat national lillor i eli'bm I loll uf cratllllile. Ilii oil teineinlier I he llnple lory e - niiall, n of that Hrl : ' far-me- , - wo-na- r , i "Final and not initiil Cost - - y 'kt'eirt!te$thcufa Ji ,M reail Ii lii the thrill of IhaliUfilllie. for li.itlonnl that euliie to Krentiiek nm c,MMiie Juii a Jour rloiMit linger drew iimI rulllnl eynl tlirle frtthi r on Hie mIiooI tilut'khoartt! It war III 1CJ1 the fall foUimlug the luiiillni: at I'I) month, that the celehraleil the Hrt 'Hinllktlt-Inda) The llllle fololit, tine linn lrel uiid two uiiN Hh" had fanil ueinari from Klu'lnnd for their ciin ake. htol wentlieriil the emeN toniK uf the Athintb' nnd the wnre hurdhlpK of n New nngliiiHl winter, and (hey had won ihro'icli at lnt ii h ort of inilHHllll) coiiiiarntltely peaking ltm k f r.iin tli. rocky n.itliie of Miinkiii huett with IN ItiMiidi-- r of im"e Halm, n llllle group uf Jug I uue irowitiil together hebllid the tllll tiM kade feeling u(e Im thiHr III rili'h other tieartie om tilled the luirii. nnd liiirneretl 'lie li.ri rn'MIM of the lwUe were IV- - rojoiiy plll.giiil with Hp.- .lpile feJt Urtiili .xiaUIUbetl In the New l KteH tfce World of l' Mvklli n ihIhh ii. uiuler .i room f.ir ibem hhihI tl.ii' 'here litnl for ii- - pie fine tiw 'I'be de I llnl-fuoteiI hanki:Hliit; cl.iy a juii )iur primary reader? Ami 'I x wteJi I'ttle oli.oy In ll Ih'I laokled Iii- m- Hlid lni;li hull' "ttli lilwlider Miiure Miuulder. hIIIiI lille tu ! forth from the lad'-luitne Ihroiu'h now lo the log t linn k there to gle i oinmiililty lhalik for the fre.- II,... .l..n. ..r ll...lr liiltide the Itnlliiii emiii IohI the fir ;m, he wiil.hlng and oiiirrln'. Ktolll the l'll;rlli i nli.llt. he . U.) spread to other In the N'eu lliuiinol In liV'ai the Maaelin'Mi Hat Male cololit alde it dil for lhalit.cU llllC. and fretjlientlv rheleufler. unlit IUMI, uhen It hee.nne an atiimal fetl n In Hie loJunt Ciiiitieetl, uf apHinted a dtt In lil'tli and aiiimall) after tCIT. ti.pt 'I he Imieh In New Nether In liiT.V land et iilde a dut In H'.ll an. I im Hlonnll theiealler Inirlnc the War of lliilepeniletiie the Colitllieiilal eon grek appointed one or more thank Kiting da h ear. In 177T I're-lit VHlniigtoii el nlile Thlir daj. Not L''.. ITMi. a a i.i of im. lloual t limit. nnd aciiln In l!i be calleil Hie iiMUilry toelher for aiieli II celehrnlloll I're.hJenl Mndl.ll. ill the elo.e of the lir of 11. IIih.Iiiim a dil) III .New York late, from sl7 on. the feltal w.i niililinl III olne of the oillliiMII tate li llll orcein. The P irit Thanktgiin3 I? a that the flri da of I'I thankchliig uh n. . I .- t e. erei 1 HhiihI Tlmiik-ltli- is polttoii a il.n He utili ),. retle irf I'urltiinlc Idiioli), o iilli-rl- t at tarl.iloe with the entailer lil.wtl of llie itierti eol.4ii; hut ht Vs iriHl.iHialloH wete Imhh by the goteriior of 2Ti lnle uml two lerrltorli- It Nim Engljnd Fttiyj. I'erhap It I natural that the South, fur Hi thought ami otporlcure irom the eololilier uf New I Iiigtmiil. xhoiild. ten jet. lie Je. t lode heart e. I In lla ulelirat'.oii of tialikltllig lh.ui I Mun the entern uf the I'nlli With II i iiiuiMeiiionillon Stale n I 'I I', with It hart'liit of leieiiM.in. s of the Inirte! I hllllUall Iiil' I t ii -ei Oh. Boys Stuffinq! tkillj a New CliKlllIld t'eltal And we II I ml) earMetl out, )o41 liin.t II there 'liu'ii on Itiatik llartai. citing ilaj B ett tf eme. rot .f eirlteinen: fu hr ftrgttteft. llie cret rhtlliliil- lirtr. of Ike mil miiim all rlaHiiiiflr gat wiih hniiiiir and n.otfr- - mul rlrl luH'tlat hal Along Hie llaitan to iet i and llltlti.li the rj'i hkMUHeil . .f fu. iitenai-- rle and nitr teit . When- Hi.for ale... i ji-Hie luflhlftc the l.lo of I'.trina tlotel wn like a tWrht i., t along the row , of pe taint A wlile "and He game l iu Trlelt lejllilig fif.tard the Ml.ll walli a If life all' death ttrrr tiring lie. tiled III the ari li t At Hie firtt toutliiloMii the tinning lde v'imid with jot I'I.- - watr. arm and plti lied about, halt ate prollil't perft t atranger .! iMher perfiel traiik-eon Hie ink; and HirlUetl girl hake luilld- - n III hot they neter .lw before .Meuliwhlle the oott i oliieti down afllj. Ill ii powden tain, and Hie final goal froleti h ml mid feet re tltelt kind lo ntie n(T In it arm ilortul lorv lea, till. re lie llrturt l tele br.itetl In Kugll-l- i tireakfat or Hie defeat ilrottiuil n, orange peaor, take and laiik'hinc halter In lliiioii Tluii '.kgitlng tuoriiitig great irowda till 'Irlnlti, or Milliliter ehlUMi till beeu gilrt t e.I for th Union The plueou In I'opley iUllle tlHIIer liter Hlelll tame I'rlelid ly dote of "MUte on earlh. giaal will t.l men " Thinkigiving In New Orltjna Here In New Mrlrilin rrteral of the ehtiriheit boh' .pi it llllloli kenlie. mid Hie ila i oiin lemorated III l)d inl New nrleati fMblon- - tliatiking Hod by bUIiik ..ii r otiiethliiic for tthli'b lo be ll.miSf hi. .Mughal lwket illniier. toHialiiliig eterjtlilng from I III Vet to ie-e.ire fit en ,i Hie bilUCO Hr M ili. ilt bj Hie ll'k Hie MirlniT. tin SiiltMllfiii Aril.) K. .,iit him-- ! i.Hiit heie tulrtit lill.llllllllOli- - S. In. i Mid I en lelui lii ! Willi frii't ii,. ill, the urfeier ii' Hie lloi.ii toi I 'lirable A iame " 'Hie 'l 't nll.ll, lliet Ihrtr I rr OluUe .1,1 I lie reader, time 'i,rte Mere .ll,e.t . ... I'.- - on lif fn-- r in ttlrV n botti die.t n .hurt etf - 111 . - etn-.te- Oiltd A.lrt Stop friction ltil-I- j Wheelt t . ..ntlitun aile run on Hiii i iHI When the uiU In Mlaler Hie lull roCtive Itl III. h lo Hie eye It ktirfate. nnlth. really rotetrd will. iepretiHi anil Sn Iihi. with the llltlde of Ilia bump f he wheel llllb of Hie heel ft allowed lo rili tllHoMlt I'll the llll on the ai'e ainl on the huh would nib together ami Tltll friction. would i all.- - Hie a tie am) hub lu ami eiaiol and tick. f I lrr. 111 1 rne n hte.l Thf 1 lie III W - liexl) rlei ie. try lunn ahitm ' Joiirii- lu that iiipa. plate. ' . a hi iinil' in-',- r wt;lih he mb to p ml crown khoiild he Inn,,-- .im., , d by th . otd, "He ttrll ie It." Hut the wind bleu awat Hie row n, au4 hen the mayor nider lha , arrb onlj a 'on- hiiIi at lha end of ,i it e tie! I da- h l . - that from an arch I'lie liiv.o.M.. . ' onuh Ilia flrt nrraiife,! um'er tae tert. Attention Hunters I'ontivrty no fox hunting or hunt-o- f any character or trc.plng on Any violator our fartm will be proirciitrd. V. S. Kmbry, W. A. l'ricc, T J, Trice, Kd nnd N. II. l'ricc. Fwher Herring, Crit .Mcadowi, Amcl Me dowi, John Collier, J. S. Schooler, Joe Criicillii, J. M. Cncilli, Itobcrt Spcakc, Ceorgu Conn, Jim Conn, Henry Arnold, Marion Johnion, W, K. Tom Whitakir, Conn, J. M Memlow. V. T. King, John Kich, 1'iiiti Kich, J. C Conn arid J I!. I. .Arnold, Mr Victoria Aiiileraon. (. T. Mallard, Sr , 1.' 1 I.. Woodi. II Kelley, lloilehue llro. II. ti. King. T I. Yantu, Mr llmiiia lligginbuthani. J M I arra J W llil. lieiirgt llro. i hi nn I Lufcrau Hubble -l rl I i I In For the Great Day Coming. i tern and iomIh anil aunl ami inn foregather at the old hitnettm imWilli the ir ' lliilllkaclillif da) Ktluwfllll of Hie niimi4i. gelierill' m Inilnlisl fi.r Hit jitt week III Vote' ber Hie riMilut legM um Hie v,! he.irrklli run nre liinile-- l mil of Hi. II aiitiiiiier iiiothbull. ami front earl morn ii g until noon there I n gn Jlllgle of leii;h helU going un eoiiun. Iii'tweeii the riilllo.nl klatloii ami II III Mllovu husell. It he Mgli.il for kTisil famili reitMluiM'. I'roiii C.. foriilu, from Hie blub ena, from the lieUhlMirllig tomi. ht ulM nnd d.llli.1 (Other name will be added upon the pnyrneiit of L'5 cent.) (tf.) BaaaaaMBvaaMaauvwaaaaaajB Southern Optical Company laraMaU4 V 'armhoii.' lRediartKMd Repair alwk(K?f Bdteriea After the dinner-- a Ireinetuloii fair Hie old pinple kit half iloliii. iiboiit Hie open Hi,.,, telling klorle of ' CONN and CONN niitomuhllet were unknown, and link lull might have been i,TdHt liKlead of I'i tulle away. uf tint The jouug propl the New Kniil.ilul that I gone. "Ihi JOU leiiieiuherr" auja one ami they ale off III a ittorloiu retel of leiivJIttllon uf their own youth, whin Amt .BaaaaiaBBBi n.A.iaBJ4apBBHPBBBBl -- J. flBBBBBHafaaaBaS I aaVai 1 Sptctaclet and Eyi Glauet Knplok (btcluiMt fclfoxal Artificial FOURTH I lnl Ey fwlj, In IU Tht pumpkin pit iiJtuia .tJ.t, it it nuy u tttn --U CHESTNUT, ImuUvM, Ky. Tto Control IWr4t Uninkr, Ky. Thurectay, Nov 24 1921. One Day Feature Sale Saturday, December 3rd. JOSEPH'S riXCLUSIVK LADIES' OUTFITTERS. THE ONE PRICE STORK. Wc will offer special bargains on cash Suits and Dresses, and on many other linen. Do (J A DOLLARS WORTH IN TRADE FREE WITH FIVE OTHER PURCHASES OF-- A DOLLAR EACH. TAKE THIS TICKET TO FIVE PLACES AND SECURE THE SIGNATURE OF EACH MERCHANT WHO SELLS YOU A DOLLARS WORTH OF GOODS FOR CASH ON SATURDAY, DECEMBER 3rd. WHEN YOU HAVE FIVE SIGNATURES THEN ANY OF THE OTHER MERCHANTS WILL GIVE YOU WITHOUT COST A DOLLARS WORTH IN TRADE. L 2I n 0. HUDSON AND FARNAU ' I E n : J) 2 c your Christmas shopping early. i 5" --3 " & O J ! 5 Uushels Block Coal, .10 1!5 t V t c GOODLOEAND WALKER BROS. HARDWARE FARMING IMPLEMENTS OF ALL KINDS. SPECIAL PRICKS ON MANY ARTICLES. FRANCIS-SMIT- H cS8 . V 8E JS IS t 3 ! - Yard Price. 2 Bushels Oats. Pounds whole wheat Chicken Feed. pound sack Ballard Obelisk Flour, the Quality kind You will notice the difference. Any of these articles for $1.00: i McROBERTS DRUG STORE i E ' : 15 s-i c5 p ,S o. s v. .5 3 Fo MOST COMPLETE LINE OF TOILET AND STATIONERY. ARTICLES t ji E JLi 2 h Only experienced clerks. Inspect our line of Holiday Goods. KINNAIRD BROTHERS and Design AUTO SPECIALISTS GARRARD MILLING CO. HEADQUARTERS FOR GRAIN, FEED, COAL SALT. CEMENT, BROWN'S GENERAL STORE GROCERIES AND GENERAL MERCHANDISE. Meet us fnce to face. Come in and DRY GOODS, Exclusive Style MILLINERY Dodge Agency HOSIERY NOTIONS IN HATS. GASOLINE. OILS, TIRES, INNER TUBES, SPARK PLUGS, SPOT LIGHTS AND WIND SHIELDS. FIRE CLAY, FIRE BRICKS AND FIRE BRICK LATEST CREATIONS get .warm. HASELDEN BROTHERS WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. IMPLEMENTS, HARDWARE, FARMING WAGONS. BUGGIES. FORD AUTOMOBILES. PLUMBING, HEATING, AND TINNING. Get your Mail Boxes here. J. E DICKERSON AND SON HOUSE OF COURTESY. STAR BRAND SHOES, DRAPERIES. LADIES' MUSLINS, LINENS AND Do ANDERSON BROTHERS R. BEDDING. READY-TO-WEA- Leading haberdashers of Garrard County. CLOTHING, SHOES HATS AND GENT'S FURNISHINGS. Do your Christmas shopping early. your Christmas shopping early. BALL'S Come right in. GROCERY MANLY AND WILSON You SCOTT AND RUBLE FRESH AND CURED MEATS SEA FOODS, BROOMS, QUEENS-WAR- E RIGHT ON THE CORNER. may keep your Shoes after we sold them. We are also HOLTZCLAW'S FURNITURE STORE. OF d of your life is spent in bed. We' sell, the Beds. Phonograph Records, Mirrors, Curtains, Reversable Oil Mops, Chairs and Tables. One-thir- SUGAR, COFFEE. CRACKERS, SPICES, QEENBWARG, ALUMINUM WARE. have one-ha- lf AND COMPLETE LINE specialists in healing. increased attention from farm boys and girls in Fayette county, a report from County Agent W. R. Gab-be- lt states. The enrollment of yowSgstera In clubs of the county is expected to be increased 75 per cent during the coming year. The possibilities of millinery for rural women has aroused consderable interest in Calloway county, according to a report of Mias Irene Piedalue. Held agent in clothing from the College of Agriculture. Eleven women have made attractive hats in three chums conducted in the county. Community organization and spirit is ailing an important place ia the development of agriculture interests in Livingston county, a report from County Agent t-- C. fare states. Two more community clubs, one at Corinth anil another in the Pan Handle vicinity were recently added to these ready existing in the county. W X. Abseil and D. A. Dunn, of Livingston county farmers, will conduct wheat variety demonstration thia year in cooperation with the extension division of the College of Agriculture and County Agent I.. C. Pace for the purpose of determining the varieties of grain best suited to the t'ounty. FANCY AND STAPLE GROCERIES. THAT BMt wsery sad eomplats afcMt bad SMk. Oet rid el It! Vr weak --Ussy. Imm bimI Mkr hecks, ywr f aegkwra recnmmed Dens' ma. Ask year ttftitotr' RnI KM-M- ML ACWM6 Stanford Pike. tank Dean's Kidney MHa when t wm Mffertag m4 Ikir ceitalaiy I Sad a dH. MHlH aeha aad ssera- ta she uH af sir MM WwM I Ht M ! WM M ISSM asrsHr get Mfws mr Mm I ald ttmmt. My kldaeys wer wMk aad s aeted Irregularly. I Wlleve sir cmm4 mr so- - to Inrt. Having hjSwld M BMch about IM)B Kidney rma t toek them aad before lass t wss entirety cured of Ik tfMMe. I can eertalsly recommend Mr. Y. F. Brle-e- y. urn: "1 e-- kM-Mr- Mr. at ell Malm. Ttoat shaslr aak for a kkt-- ey rnwdr-f-H aasM tkst Ttessrt KHwey PW-- tM Cx sffra., MMMa N. T, Mm Mr. Mekr k4. ?WtMmiw Nw CMtrsU RMf Ant! Px Of Vaccin of the beak and face, the eyea and oceaional-l- y on the ikln. Cold and inlluenila are two other name by which roup sometime is known. It has been demonstrated that chicken pox Is caused by a Alterable virus but there is still some work to be done before it can be determined definitely whrther or nef roup Is caused by the same thin;, according to Mr. Steiner. The fact that both diseases are usually found combined has led Inveetlfatlon to believe that they may be caused by the same thine Roup seems to be most prevalent in Kentucky and is accompanied by a certain percentage of pox. Helief of investigation that the from the same two diseases erig-iaat-e cause la strearskeaed by the fact that vaccHM made from roup lesions seem te centre) both rup and pox while vaccines made from scabs of pex and roup. Different method of makinc the vaccine are practiced in different states, Kentucky using a combination of the roup lesions and the pox scabs in preparing the vaccine. cumb. wattle. anele GUY. Mr. Harry D. Rice was a recent visitor in Stanford. Mr. John Oaborn spent Sunday with Jessamine friends. Master Clarence Merida, who has been very ill ( improving. Mrs. Milton Ward visited Mrs. A. N. Merids Tuesday afternoon. Mr James Eason of Lancaster spent Tuesdy with Mrs. Wm. Walker. Mr. Randolph Peyater, of Liaeela made hie weekly visit here Sunday. MwwMaMf gajsjglg 4c. of Mr and Mrs. J.V Ysntis. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Lane and ton, Elsa, Misaes Flennie Mae and Lane were Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mr. Hiram Pennington' of Lancaster. 8a-vaa- WJ I t And still, the ailments of ssanklnd are often most pronounced in women. The greatest trial in the life of an optimist is when he invests in a geld brick. They call it the ancient custom of kissing, but investigation disclose that it is quite modern. Honor the guest in thy house, test he come not again to clean up the FwU. ky tM Kentucky Ajrrickra Statlan en tkeuamd of aktehans fer Mm contrat of roup and sicken sex Indicate that thM two dhsMM which are amen the moit asristta onM sgectinc euttry may s cMtrslltd sy Utia mtthed, accerd-hta A. J. AUiner, a member of the vtsetiaary Kiesce desartment of the The new esstrel Km is-i- n IsMertance with an in- in Umm tws Ummm w the tori; the sreaest fall as m- tnotiriM lasted sy the Rsmeres m FvrM AmI Hmh Nws Lxbcton, Ky., akccMaful natk daring the Mat year SMfwl wsmwaaMMBj sTWJVwV WW sw SllBJl M akJ ILa Isilsirtarl kMls VSaBpaaBBV imal Sjaaaj 1 SvS asjailrsilHsisT ikm WtWawajvajanBrawaBB anaawj faUftAaalaas&AAsl Lm SWS tkm vsj Vatta w wtw aUssI TVVVtwsBTVwB) a. BaV sway ftMa SMwW ffaaWMaftsB BWWwTS faiyi touuaUu wVsFWewp When a reckless editor wants to hand out a lemon, and at the same Whitley county farmers will use time be on the safe side he report an increased amount of limestone on it as a rumor. fheir fields this fall In order to inOne of the most embarrassing crease crop yields, a report from County Agent W. H. Woodward moments in a mans life is when he states. A recent campaign to arouse triea to make a fool of another and interest in the use of this fertiliser finds that he himself is a bigger one. resulted in an order for three carload from the caunty. Thirty-fiv- e Ohio county poultry Mocks have seen enrolled in the winter egg laying project being conducted ever the State by the extension division of the College of Agriculture, sccerdisg ta a report from ia New Yfk City rramkU. County Agent B. B. Mclnteer. Dsnt allow Moss aft being n?ad by farm victim by fUajtfukAf, tsMMl W SyuaagpBBuyvB, AettAAsitf I A ajaflSW swBjWt WwMBVSna; MlBksV SxAM. IftJg. slakAsaismaV sBsxMsllsftsW V MBjlh. (SBsjB)gsyjS wVJarVBJwwvn W9mm BBf" tFwwM ky taking f Mjgj) 4k. MtMtm k lliaWl fswren WntwWW WITT BWSy sVmjbbjVT try aas ssnt Fr ii Ovr Kutucky 16799 DIED GOUICL-A-L Mr. and Mrs. Tom Doolin and daughters, Misses Cora aid Flora, viaHed Mr. sad Mr. J. D. Kay. of IMaMsai Kill recently. Mrs. C. B, Henry and two InterMr .and Mrs. Wm. Walker were esting children, James Milton aad guests Wednesday Mr. and Mr. Loukte were Sssday afternoon guest Henry Yater. Mr and Mrs. William Emery moved to Lancaster the past week to the tioodlM residence. Misaes Lee Anna Osborn and Mot ile Barnes were Monday visitors of Miss Fannie Mcrida. Three Through Mr. and Mrs. Mack Turner and attractive children were Sunday visi. tor of Mr. and Mrs. Noah Marsee. Mr. and Mrs Joe Turner and chilSMIBw-Hsdren, Virgil and Alice, .spent Sunday U. visiting Mr sad Mrs. J. P. Foley. (fTSAlMi sagwamaMB aMwarsrs UfewHsk rMur always glees Mtlsfastlan. Try a tack today. Hud A Farms u. Lv. Danville 9:'.0 A. M. Mrs. J. L. Yantla and son, Vs CIMsMbxsWMI. e Ar. swhvsa . (C.T.) . MWM. visited Mesdames Milton Ward ay. Masse uasaoa. (tT.i, and C R. Henry Tuesday night. T40Awlwl Afe irwMwMswVlwto l Mr. Carrie Davidson spent the PuUoiaa Sltsplag Can sad Cesehss week-en- d to JwSwMavam. in Lancaster with her son, DkdagCanServkHAHMwUs. Mr L. G. Davidson and Mrs. David Mrs Milton Ward was a vkitor Friday of Mrs. Bascom Petsarey, of Lancaster. Mrs W. T. Sutton was a visiter of Mrs. Wm. Rcjnsns, of Lancaster Wednesday. Mrs. Mlley Beasley. seat portions of the meal. Many people believe that the ad of wars is st aaad. It auy ks trse, but we fear the hand at thread of a loag arm. Lexington Florida Ohim Lv. Ar. ilsf Florida Trains DeMy DanvlUe VsmxwHswMM o Royal Palm V It :4 Sfriml A. M. seata twMPeM nt.mmm: MtMsiw lf.T.)... (B.T.) .... 1layfJM. . and Ossches to Dadag Cass awwlag AM Mssls. t M'mmIISVSJSi son. Mr. James Sams, of Corbla, hM returned heme after a visit with his slater, Mrs. A. N. Merids and Mr Mmmt Smmmiml HM f. llT (CsTs) . Merids. SsxBAtwHs t VwaVwiBs SFWWSSTBj Jams Yanti and Master Her chel wen guests Thursday sight of Mrs. Mrs Carrie Davidson, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Sutton. Mr. sad Mrs. Wm. Barae had fer their Saaday v lakers Mr. sad Me. 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AREAS ARE DRAWN Whether the final outcome in to be permanent pence and 22 Districts For Voting the reduction of the heavy Are Announced; Will burden of armament remain to be neon. You Know What You Want to Eat, but do you know where to get the best returns on the cost of eating? if you will permit us the pleasure we can easily demonstrate that this store is the logical place for you to trade when you want satisfactory service and the full value of your money. .Miiny hundreds of people know this now. There arr still a' few we would like to convince. We have the goods to convince if you have the inclination to be convinced. Europe has yet to .speak. CONN BROS. "Live and Let Lire Folks." Without a doubt the people PLEDGE MARK RAISED. of the civilized world arc earnestly hoping for a solution of Lexington. Ky., Nov. llHli, The the arms question that will twenty-twdistricts into which tin bring continued anil lasting hurl)) tobacco belt ha been divided pcaceo the earth. Hut what for the election of the co.oper.iUvr the people desire, and what marketing association were announcgovernments do, are often ed here last night by the committee session. after a three-tinwidely at variance. Knch of the' district.', will elect Delegates ffom the princi one director to the nssocintlan thru pal world powers represented delegation to be chosen nt primary in Washington were quick to elections, Knch ditrict reprcrnti rally from the stunning blow! approximately the entire production signed up Secretary of the association by administered In Hughes. They accepted "in Partial fk'iirc available nt the or- principle" the American pro- - ganlzcd headquarter here last night posnls, but qualified their ac-- l indicated thnt more than 2.500,000 " ccptance with the statement ,oun"!, nn" "rrn tract signed before midnight of No- that the actual working out of, V(.m,,t.r uth ,,ul 10t n,porU.( )tt o Speed Formation Of Body. I t Currey & GhiHey. castJe. Jackson and l.au ,707 ,1 rel 15 The Central Record Im4 R. WoaM-. SI.M Yaar. PayaM la Adascx J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. L .ELKIN, Local Editor and Mir. Ky.. aa Sacoad-Claa-a EaUrtd at tha Pott Offiea in Mall Lan-caste- r, Matter. THE AMERICAN PWaa ASSOCIATION LCMtar.Cr..NMMkr24. 1921 Rats For Political AaaoMcoataata. Kor Precinct and City Offices. .$8.00 ign-uthat will tend to equaliic 10.00 For County Office thl discrepancy. As you follow tlw urn. .1. "i For SUte and Diitrict Office.. 15.00 Kach district will elect one dele . " .' For Calls, per line '" .It "" !Bte for each millon pounds of just keep these facts m ' i,aceo signed up in the association, For Cards, per line .10 For all publication in the later mind and your enthusiasm in. These delegate will in turn choose you. eat of individual or xpraa-aio-n twenty-twdirectors. The direc- There is more to be gained check. of iadiridaal viawa, par nr..iw.ilJtor wi" immediately incorporate. The Amerieiin line .10 by seeing our own country than I first probably under the laws of North were Oaitaariei, par line there is in traveling in foreign ciple." accepted only "in prin n Carolina, uhieh nllriw tru. fnrmn. No country could of such aociotion.. until the lands. ford to go on record as doing' Kentucky law I amended by u bill And there is infinitely more Sees which will be introduced into the Leg,. to be guined by being happy less, after America had taken Ulature this teision. Reports fronyeliable sources and contented in our own the lead. PuUic To Hav Voic In working out the details indicate a gradual improve- homes. director elected ment in business condition) the "experts" attached to each The twenty-tw- o to represent the districts will choo.e throughout the country generA certain minister invited set of delegates will manoeuver three director to represent the pubally. Some shrewd financial lth members of an American for position, in the age old ef- lic in the conduct of the association. go so far as to predict that ligion post to attend an Armis- - fort to gain as much as pos- It ha been the position of the lead. or thrughout the movement thut u next year will be one of great Use day service at his church, sible forself. prosperity for America. Kach will be ready to accept this association will affect the en The members of the post were people of Kentucky tire State, The wise man, however, will there. Most of his congrega-no- t sacrifices from others, but few should have thevoice in the affairs of a bank too much upon pre-- J t ion were not. will be willing to make them. the body. dictions. He will step with The "common ground of unThe minister proved to be a The committee which districted the care and be sure that he steps fluent speaker, well rend, and derstanding will be difficult hurley belt is composed of T. S. in the right place. to reach. forceful in argument. It may not be reach Ilurnnm, Richmond, chairman; Uuh W. Allin, Mercer County; Martin Optimism is commendable, His sermon, instead of being ed .'it all. arris, Itising Sun, Ind; Albert Day, but the man who is too optimis appropriate to the occasion, The daily press has supplied Maysville, und Joseph I'assonncau, tic is liable to come to grief if consisted mainly of an argu- us with volume and volume of organization manager. he begins to plunge or splurge ment against total disarma- long winded articles and press This committee also will prepare ' upon nothing more tangible ment and a veiled excuse and dispatches on form for the election, draw up inthe arms ques- fractions for voting, ami communilegion-aire- s plea for the nations the than a prediction. No human being can cate with each of the 12,000 growtion. Courage, but caution, is still had fought in the great digest it all. It would be fof-l- y er known to have signed the conwar. the watchword. even to attempt it. The tract. Twenty day after this notiHis congregation may show publishers arc in a mad scram- fication the election will be held, and the association incorporated soon For America there is one up again. The legion will not. ble to see which can "dish up great outstanding danger in Some preachers arc blessed the most dope." Kach is en- afterward. Muion, Shelby, Fayette, llourbon, connection with the Washing- with an overplus of brains and titled to a prize. and Scqtt Countie havo such u large ton arms conference. are crushed with an undcrplus that a separate district will Ilut the facts are as above - .sign-u- p We are all expecting great of the common sense necessary bo made of each. Counties in Ohio in few words. things as a result of the parley, to employ them in the right will farm another district, while the. Do not believe all that you same will apply to the tobacco probut as to just what those ex- channels. read on the subject. Our asy- ducers of Indiana. 4 slMM pectations are many people are lums are already overcrowded. Composition Of Districts. groping in darkness. Washington correspondents We are looking for someThe districts are composed ns p ........ ...... yearning to visit foreign lands. They are not satisfied with the place they call home. You can stand on a certain street comer in Paris and sec people from many nations stroll by within a limited time. It is the same in London, and Rome, and in any of the other great metropolitan cities of the old world. Wherever there is wealth and fashion and excitement you will find congregated people from the four corners of the earth. They dress and act a little differently, and speak in many tongues, but otherwise they are just people like yourself, and others around icnd mainly upon the pound. signed i. m,32:.rt2i. Thi possibility of their "technical ' expected to increase the percetimore man n. per "l exnerts nn.l iii vwers" li ni? cent. able to reach a common ground Some Part. Larger. of understanding. Hue to the fart that Mine individuTherein lies the great dan al countie have signed up morcVian ger. linil II IS grave IlltlCeCI. ;th,.lr r.iuol l.urt. ami that the ron- These "techical advisers" tract provide thnt no county line may rise to the supreme oc shall be broken, some district concasion and liberate the world tain several million pound above thU average figure. from the blight of war. Then On the other hand, it imposagain they may not. No one sible to give mime diitrict wai their full knows in advance just what amount. Thi last case however, ap. an "expert" will do or say pile mainly to the .outlying countie Technicality is their god, the of the district, where little organizawork ha been done. shrine at which they worship. tion opportunity these counties will The They live in an atmosphere of have to Increase their sign-uIn the their own. out of touch and out association during the day of grace of harmony with the mass of which probably will be granted later is expected to result in additional the people . " p , iiMuiimums.iiiK piuu thnt tmt. Tht. ,,ri.,,.nt to,a ,,f Baptist Church News I'll Spencer. Jetferson, llulitt .Membership Hay of the Baptist ll.HTO.hJJ . hureh. .ast Sunday- was well and Nelson t 21 Hardin, Hart, (Irnyson, me scholarly anil spiritual temieii e llarren, Cumberland, sermon in the morning was followed (l.fi:i7.s."! by the communion, after which the and Lirue 22 (Mark, I'ouell, Menifee together member recited their ."1,22.1,0011 . and Kstill Church Covenant, In the afternoon baptismal services were, held on Total pounds to date IMI.TJ.I.iV.M At three road ut o'clock the service at the church consisted of discussion by pastor, of "lllesM-are the dead who die in the plan and problems of the dethe Lord, and their works do follow nomination in the state, a well a Met-cnlf- Mrs. Dolly Brown. them." How true this is of our dear Mrs. Dolly Anderson llrown wa Hrown. born, reared and lived her life, with the exception of n few year. In thi community She was always bright and cheerful, having a smile and kind word for every one. Like all of in she had her trial and sorrows. left a willow when her children were similar questions of the Lancaster church. y Our service next Sunday will be a follows: Sunday School at ten o'clock with clas.es for old and young. The prearhing services at 11:00 o'clock, subjret "Driving Stakes." Young People' services at i5:ls followed by preaching servient. A rordial welcome to all. o ... .I I af-tio- As The Editor It. I- -H young, the support "ml responsibility The Woman's Missionary Society of rearing them, was hers alone, two of the ilaptlu Church met with Mrs son and a daughter, never burdening C I) I'owell Monday evening, Nov. other with her troubles, but ap 21st. The meeting wa in charge of preciating every little kindness shown M- i- Itcberca Williams bright sunny ht IWdent. her, shamed one and a helpful program was rendered. disposition. She gave her heart to There will be the annual election her Savior In early life and lived a o.f officer to serve for the enalne consistent Christian life. For many year at the next meeting. years Mrs. llrown taught school, not The V. W. A. of the ltapti.t church only taught out of the text books, but taught truth, honesty, morally will meet with Mr. Walter Cox on and loving kindness, all done in such Thursday afternoon at Jhree o'clock. requested. a quiet unobtrusive way. No one but A full attendance God know the lives she influenced for good, the character she helped CltlZCnS I formed. Mr, llrown' illness was short, j County everything that medical skill and ten-I take this opportunity to esprrs der loving care could do, wn done. Thc Lord wonted her, she ha gone my sincere thank to the people of to inherit the mansion prepared for (iurrard County who o loyally sup. her by our Heavenly Father, so parted me in my race for County quietly and peacefully, surrounded Attorney, ami I shall endeavor so to by her loved one, she left us To heri Hct ,hat m' conduct will Jutlfy them devoted children, Krnet, Kpharim, ,n electing me. ' Lixile and Kate, her daughter-in-law-,' "" hat .luring the cam-sh- e ha left the heritage of a welll l''Kn. both personal and political re. spent life. The sympathy of th,.J lation between me and' my oppon-whocommunity go out to the family i ,,nt ,,r Walker, have been most particularly for the dear son so fnrMraw,nt 'an'' 11 ' wl,n " personal esteem for him, that I ac- One who loved her. wn. eept his congratulation. Danish that awul lnomnia that) I shall use everyounce of my worries you every night. Let your strength, courage and ability for be restful refreshing, j good of our county and all it und doe it Stormes Drug Store. pie Kespertfully, 11 T, J. Underwood. Tl Ti. 1 'To The Of Garrard le h'tht - p peo-Tanl- ac thing to turn up and relieve us of the burdens under which we The United States has spok en. are staggering. Briefly, America proposes Something may turn up, but iu)B tnL' ,wwl in thc under the most favorable con-'1- 0 P,nf of wawhipa and the prac-feeven we cannot hope to y any immediate relief. tical uapenion of naval n period of ten time can produce those ;truction for (years. results. The buck is at the feet of the In iiiriitnt-- nin- ..v.. nations of the old world. They Washington we must not for-gthe work at our elbow. cannot pass it. Neither can Thut must bo dune. It cannot they kick it aside. They must be slighted. It is upon im act, for or against. If they sincerely desire mediate work that we must (lu c" havo it by adop pend for curly relief, for it can :i,uacc ting the simple expedieut of come from no other source. meeting the eminently fair That is the danger the present in dwell- proposition of this country. If they have secret learnings ing upM the hope of the toward future wara and con, quest they will haggle $nd 8mm people have an intense hedge and the conference will crMP-ditions el Little Thoughts On Biff Topics. are versatile. They possess thc ability to write glowing l)It. Counties articles even upon subjects of I. Fayette nothing. They musa enrn their - llourbon pny. And do not be hasty in jumping to conclusions. You might have to jump back again beII. S in Hist Pound 10,S1'J,510 lO.Ol'J.JMO ' llourbon 0,008,110 Turkey Dinner SERVED FROM 5:30 TO 7:00 I M. t Mason l;2Mfiai con-Onl- - .i ! ut forget-.fulRMW.- of fu-tu- rt. il,071 ,U51 Scott 0 State of Ohio 0,700,000 7 Statu of Indiana . .. O.tOO.OOO fore the conference adjourns. 8 Woodford nnsl Franklin 10,201,887 0 Owen nn.l Carroll . 8,108, 135 10 Henry and Trimble 0,710,1572 Tanlnc is purely vegetable and i 11 Grant, (Sullutin, lioone made from the most beneficial root, Kenton and Campbell 8,037,850, herb and bark known to science. 12 Harrison und Pendleton 0,201 ,017 Stormva Drug Store. It. 111 Ilracken, KoberUon und Nicholas . . . 10.no.020 Saturday, Siruyvd or Stolen Bath and Montgomery 0,070,475 Nov. 10th., from my place. Pi mile Fleming, Lewis, Carter from Lancaster, on Danville pike, u 15 . and Crvcnup .. 7,018,140 in good firth, hiuvy tail bay marc, I and main, about 15 years old, and 10 Carranl, Lincoln and . . 7,414,102 Caiey about 15 hand hitch, one white hind j foot. J. L. Smith, Lancattcr, Ky. 17 Doyle and Mercer . . 7,000,021 j 18 Anderson, Washington I Marlon, Taylor und Kor the common everyday ill of fire rn mankind thtre la nothing to equal 7,744,732 Taalac, Starmea Drug Store. It. 19 Jessamine, Maditon, Hock . lut Oyiter Cocktail DreitlKg Gravy Cranberry Sauce Mashed Potatoes Hearts of Celery Peas Toast Rolls Coffee Milk ' Ice Cream and Cake Turkey LARLY. , riyj OUR ORDER IN FOR 11.00 HER PLATE. YOUR PLATE ... THE PUEITAN JOE GUINCHIGUAN! Th Central Rtcord. Lancaster , Ky.. Thursday, Nov 24 1921 mmmmmmmmmummmmmmmmmmmmm LANCASTER is the town ENGLES is the place ta toy everything In CANDIES, FRUITS and NOTIONS. Tm ace aar alock flrat..-I- f like tke atockattter. I bur-t- ot Cm. N At C for U IC. E1TG-- I V. Price Tailin Ct. Save the Meretce.1 Mr GoMjp About People A BrW HiaHw 9s4ajaj fcy TlaWS vlitor and Mm. J. K. Klmore were near Stanford Monday. Messrs. Wood Wilniot and (Jeo. W. I.msnoii visited friend In Dsl.villc Sunday. .MIi.it Martha nml Helen (iill Wednesday for n week' visit Louisville. li ! tlx Casssstat sJ V( Aft fajtafaatad liV ft in Mn. KlUabeth Joseph hat cur.t of Mm. A C Miles .Mr. M.I he. n the .M.Mrs. II. I). llastitl nml Paul I'. Klliott were viltor in Lexington the int were week. Walton, of Lexington visitor pent the week-enwith Mm. Pnt Mr. nml Mm. (!. It. Swincbroad Amleron. spent the week-enin l.otllville. I tie many rnvnil of .Miss Lena Nannie Young, of I.fxinirtuti. Hrlght are glad to know she has re Mr. ha been visiting her brothers, Mr. covered from her recent illtiei. (,'harlrs Anderson ami Mr. Anderson. Mr. (niwen Hourne, of Danville wa in Lancaster Saturday and Sun Mr. W. It. Cook, of Danville, ha been visiting hi ster, Mm. J. II. day the guest of friends and rela tives. Kinnalnl. ( Mm. MHt d d J. C William In Danville Saturday. .Mm. .Mr. and Mm. Kl Naylor entertain' Mr. W. T Wnt ha Joined her hu. hand in Howling linen for several ed Monday evening in honor of .Mr. David P. Nayiur uml bride of week stay. vice. Uhle, were tiny French basket tied with pink and white ribbon and fillBiofld'JttinViy.. ed with pink and white mint. Crystal candle stick, holding pink Mr. nnd Mm. Smiley Hill, of Frankfort, Mr and Mn. Bryan Wllmot candle also graced the table, and light for the beauand Mr. Talbott Jenkins, spent the afforded the soft tiful setting. liny Sunday with Mrs. Walker Hrad-haThe deliriou live course lunch wa of Danville. elaborately served, and the color Itev K. II. Ilourltind supplied at I scheme wa again seen in the Ices the Danville Christian Church last and cakes. Cover. were laid for Sunday morning for Itev. M. A. Hart, fifteen (namely) Mr. and Mm. Frank who conducting n meeting at the Congleton and Mr. nnd Mrs. J. Win. Lancaster Christian Church. Mr. .Wager, of Itichmond, Mr. and Mm. llnurland will preach again for Mr. Hnrgi, llrnndenburg; Mr. and Mm. Chas. Wagers and Mr. Liberty Cox, llnrt next Sunday morning. Kirksville Mr.! nnd Mm. Walter CenMis Christine Stephenson Swope ter, Paint Lick; Mr. and Mm. Harry entertained nineteen of her little Fdwards, Marcellu. Mr. F.dward friend at n birthday wirty at her wa the recipient of many useful and home on Danville street, last Satur beautiful presents, which were mute day afternoon, she being twelve attest of friendship and appreciayears old. I'ink and white were the tion. All left, having spent n most color scheme nnd it was also carried enjoyable day, and giving Mr. and out in the ice cream and cakes. .Mrs. F.duards the honor of bring deThe nildres given by Mis Helen lightful entertainers. Harriman, Field Agent in Clothing, from the University of Kentucky, at Last Game the Woman's Club Friday afternoon, on "Smaller Kxpenditures" was thor Season. oughly enJoed by those present. A (hi- - al..ni.l .1... l.'a .... fl She told of the ea.ier way of making clothe and correct pattern binrasttr green uml white warriors which wn interesting. She wa n ably led by their Captain are lining up against the strong team from well informeil speaker. Quite n crowd l out to The Woman's Club met Thursday see the game a it will be the Inst afternoon at the rooms on Lexington one thi season. Captain Cox ha avenue. The house was called to led hi men to many vlctorie this order by the vice president, Mrs. W. season and a he and hi squad are M. Klliott. Mm. W. A. Price was the playing, we ore praying that he will leader and gave a splendid talk on add still another blue ribbon to their Thanksgiving "Jacob." afternoon string of victories. the club will meet at I o'clock in stead of 'J::o. Mm. Hurry Hudson pL pL111rL will have charge of the Vesper S. r- -' -- Wr..ftn) ryn Mrs. Pat Suibn ajid Mrs Wllmot werr visitors In Rich. Ah Xmm I Let tin help to make your fihoppintr cany for you. As we arc able to nhow you n complete line of toys, lolls, doll biiffRics, Automatic toys of all kinds, also a new lot of hand bijw and purses, handkerchiefs, hair ribbons, hose, both silk and lisle in all collors; ill kinds of art Koods, stamped and materinls in linen o be stamped. You will find we have all the above articles "easonably priced, and will take pleasure in serving t'Oll. FRANCIS-SMIT- H amounting to $1.00 In the nftnner with Mr. and Mrs. Wm. S. Hay. described above or you enn use the Mr. Lee Austin, of (I'reencastle, ticket for a one dollar credit on some Ind I visiting hi uncle, J D. Kay. article costing more than $1.00. Mr and Mm. Wm. S. Hay and Mr. Now that the Chamber of Commerce has r very comfortably fur- Henry Hay and children visited Mr. nished room for headquarters It Is and Mm. Ollle Illack Wednesday. to be hoped that the "get together Mr. nnd Mm. Henry Sebastian nnd meetings" among the merchant and ' little son, Henry Walker were with store keeper may be arranged for Mr, ftml Mm. Daily Hay last week at IntervnU of not to exceed two for n few days. week. There I, nnd tins been, a Mm. Fred Snyder and baby and lack of among Lancas the ter merchant, tlue to the fact that Mm. J. D. Hay were in Kay they have not been In the habit of guest of Mr. nnd Mm. meeting and exchanging ideas, di- Monday. seasing sale method nml reviewing Mr. O. P. Nnylor and son, Dave advertising posihllitle which have and bride, of Cincinnati, are visiting been .successfully employed in other Mm. L. L. Mathew, Mm Hell Simpcommunities. son, Mm. Patsy Simpson nnd Mm. It i mi undeniable fact that sys- Hill Mathew. tematic intelligent advertising, if Mr. and Mm. Jc?sc Hay and sons, participated in by the merchants of Calvin and A. J Mr. and Mrs. J. D. re- be productive Hay and Lee Austin of (Jreencostle. suits, becauv such has',lnd; spent Sunday with Mr. nnd t arly demonstrated it possibilities Mr. Fred Snyder. in other communities. Mr. Floyd Snyder, Mr. William We sincerely hope that when this first meeting" is an- Taylor nnd daughter, of Madison, nounced that store keepers, who are were over to .ee their mother. Mm. member of the Chamber of Com- Hill Snyder, who has been very sick merce will realize the possibilities of but i better nt this writing. participating in thi round table The wind did uite a daniuge here Thursday about 10:.'I0. blowing Mr. Wm. Hay's barn down, demolishing LOYD. a corn crib, new meal houe and unnil shi-il-. rnmhlnefl. fur .1 II fine. .. Wm. S. Hay is fat man this week,ln! . , - nnnr. . living on sou- p- mump. 'dwelling house and a corner off the , Mr. S. N Sanders spent Sunday I id uhle chimney. Of The I Jre nnun I,,, "get-togeth- .1 Services. Arch Kavanaugh unil Mm. John Scott have been recent visitor Mrs. in Danville. Mr, rlulley, Mrs. William l.rar ami Mm. Itos llaitin were visitor in Danville Saturday. Mit l.uilr GriisjV. Mr uml Mm. Porter, of Stanford, were visitors of Miss l.rna Hriulit Sunday. Wheeler, ofyl'crryville, were visitor of Mr. and Mr. Hen Wood Saturday K. I Mr. and Mm. Talton Mm. W. A. Price. uml Mis Leavy Mm. Mary Moss Unity underwent Dunn gave a birthday dinner Monday an operation for gall stone in Lex the 21st. ut the home of Mis Dunn' ington at the (5md Samaritan llo on Lexington avenue In honor of the pita) Saturday. She is doing nicely birthdays of Mr. Cus Putton Dunn, Sr., Mrs (lu Putton Dunn. Jr , and Mrs. Alex Laytun and Mrs. Nick little John Patton Orrcll, Sander and I'aughfer, Arna ?!:!dc of Uncle (Jus Dunn. Uncle were rrcent visitors In Danille thr (Silt was Jrt 4 years, Mr. Dunn wn guest of Mm. L. T llradshaw. 'J I yeum of age and John 7 yearn beautifully wu old. The table Misse Margaret Klllutt and Helen Culley will be visitor of Mix Helen adorned with white chrysanthemums Deliclou Klliabeth Sprngue, of Louisville dur ami the birthday cuke. good Many dishes were served. ing the Thanksgiving holiday. great-nephehc Martha and lll-Cill I Mr and Mm. Koret Fitzgerald leave Wednesday for a visit to .Mm. and daughter, of Danville, have been Connor Ilrown, of Louisville rrcent visitors of Mm. Kitigrrald' Mr. and Mr. II. S. Hudson will parents, Mr. and Mrs. It. It. Wtlkcmon spend Thanksgiving In KIcmingsburg Mr. and Mm. Lilian! Mile and n guests of Mr. Hudson' parents. Mri. Will Powell of Niehotu.viUr, Mis Sue Shelby Mason ha rrturn. have been the guests of Mrs. A, C. ed from visit to relative in New Miles and Mr. and Mm. Hubert Car York. Washington. I). C. and Maine. ter. Mrs. (leorge Hughes, who ha been .Mr. Tom llobinson. of Danvillr, visiting her brother, Postmaster K. ha been. the guests of hi brother. I'. ilrown and Mrs. Drown, returned Mr. lijtQrgr II. llobinson and Mm. Hob to her home in I'almetta, !a. Tues inso day. Misses Mm llettir Miller, wlin has been spending a few day in Unrastrr., with relative, has returned to j.IUIKI ...i ington. igome l .......I...- - I...II f.il. ... :.i Mis-- j Miss Amy Dawes, violinist. who underwent Victoria Moody and Mis France ' an operation at the Danville and Porter, all pf Georgetown Ciltege. new idea in the way of ndver e Mis Lucy Doty i expected County Hospital ha recover" A deliclou ImrTct supper was served, tiing will be put into effect on Sat nesday to spend the holidays wlth'cd sufficiently to be removed to her Lexington Herald. urday, December .'Ird. by n group of her father, Mr. Jesse Duty and sister, home on Maple uwnuc, much to the An especially enjoyable affair took merchant who are members of the Mis Kmmn Doty. i gratification of her many friend. place Monday afternoon at the home Chamber of Commerce. This sale I a result of a survey and investigation Mr. and Mm. Currey ltobinon and Mrund Mm. Iloonu Sanders and of Mr. Leonard Miller, when children .of Nicholasville, have been Mis ChrUtlne Sander were in Dan uml Mis I.illi.in Kinn.iird enter mane iy ine retail committee, con guest of hi mother, Mrs. Margaret villi Saturday to see Mm. Sander' tained with a "neighborhood" kitchen sUting of Chrm. Joe J. Walker, Jr., by John McltoWrt and Currey Itoblnson. sister. Miss Ruth Jones, who under- uml pantry shower In .honor of Mm. assisted operation at thr Danville Dave Thomas, who has recently gone Aiioipn .losepn. Special announce went an Mm. Nellie llallou and daughter. to houe keeping at the McWhorter ment in the form of a large advrr and Hi'yle County Hospital. Mi Mis Lucille, formerly of this city,, residence on Danville avenue. The! tisemcnt will be found on another Jones" is doing nicely will leave this week to spend thr win room were decorated with potted, page in thi issue describing the par ter In Ashville, N. C .Mrs. J h. r.lmore gave u very en fern and vines, The table in the1 ticular of this sale and listing all joyable ten Thursday afternoon at dining room had a beautiful arrnngi-- , store. wheh arc participating in thi Mr. and Mm. Fit tier dairies and me nrst move, on her home In "Hill Court" complimen project, son, Currry, of Danville, have Iwcn ting Mm. George Harris, of Atlanta, merit of fern and chrys.intheiuunis the part mis is of thce progressive melight.. Delicious and pink shaded Mr. anil Mr. Thro recent jjurata of rchant, to stimulate and encourage guests chocolate and wafers Georgia. About twenty-liv- e wen1 dispensed Curroy, on Maple aenue were proent and a deliclou salad during the afternoon. The guct Lancaster trade and patronage. A customer making n purchase of Mrs. Jack Casey and little daugh- course was served. Hrr decorations were Mr. W. T. Wet, Mis llettir ter, llettie Mrllvaine, have Joined were pink, yellow and white chrys- West, Mr. (!. C Walker, Mm. Mary at least S1.00 each in live different It was n beautiful Dr. Cutry In Louisville, where thry anthemums. Logan. Mm. John Miller, .Mm. W store make it possible for said cuswill reside In the future S. Carrier. Miss Ituth Carrier. Mm. tomer to present his or her ticket ut Jack Casey. Mrs. Ike Hamilton. Miss the sixth store and receive 11.00 d Herniee Chump. Mis Willie Sander, (gratisl on any of the article in thi udvertiseimuit, on Ml Mary Davis, Mis Joyce Svler.' Mr. and Mr. ItaniU Hudson son, Hanks, Jr. of Danville, of Mr. and Mr. W. A. nau Sunday 1...1 ... .... .u.. i... il iu rr lilt' of the seaon between Kentucky and State nnd the I'nivemlty of Tennes I "' werrV'-viiito- The revival at the Christian Church continue with unabated interest. The sermon uf Itev. M. A. Hart, of Danville, who is conducting the revival, have been on fundamental theme and have leen delivered o to earnestly and impressively a make them very effective. All people, Irrespective of church, who have heard him have enjoyed nnd been greatly benefited by hi sermon. Mis Kathryn Warriner, also of Danville, who l directing the mulc has howi herself most effective wi-were showered upon the guest Her solos especially have delighted of honor. all. Her voice is rich ami sweet; her enunciation I clear and her D. W. Muhun, of Danville, who ha all that could is traveling for the Bryan Hunt interpretation Few soloists who have Co for many year ha been made be denircd. a member of the firm ami entered vilted our town have pleased the upon his duties as one of the mana people a she has. Aji added feature of the services gers in the otTice of the company last Monday morning. He will bring hi on Monday evening, and one which family here about the first of the was greatly enjoyed, wn u selection year lie has been n member of by the local male quartet conip the lllue (!ra Council almost since of Charlie Doty, Wade Walker. Cur its organization and the boy will lie tis Sanford and Russell Sanford. The crowd at the se'rvicc have glad to have him here with them in Mm. William H.' been large so large at time that their meeting. Porter entertained delightfully with ninny have hud to be turned nway, a party at her home on Richmond to the regret of the members of the road Thursday afternoon. The houe congregation. Uetween forty and fifty have was decorated with chrysanthemums we. go to prest and fern. A much enjoyed detail been added a of the afternoon was the beautifully ihu services will continue until next urranged misie.il program given by' Sunday evening. w I I bs-c' ... - PROTECT Your Health and aave money by buying your THANKSGIVING DINNER SUPPLIES FROM LANCASTER'S NEWIST AND MOST STORE. in I daY Su.tton, Feature Day Sale. First we want you to know there has been a drop bread and we have come down accordingly. Wcd-Jlloyl- i POUND LOAF Beta. l2 POUND LOAF 12cts. If you are not one of those satisfied customers who has been watching for this ad, for the sake of of your bank roll read the following list: No. 1 EXTRA FANCY MICHIGAN PER PECK SUGAR 2 1 : GRANTULATED POTATOES Slcta. lb, fer $1.03 lOcta. ' Ba tanas per pound f men-tlone- ritXHXHXMX THANKSGIVING Wo hn every thin for your ThnnkKuivinK D dinner Place your order now for your ThunkstrJviiiK Turkey to be delivered day before ThnnkHgiviiiK. DRESSED TURKEYS AND CHICK-GOOTINDER STEAK. ENS AND Try our good Juicy Koasts, Fresh Fish Cranberries and Celery. and Oysters. Dried Fruits Peaches, Prunes, Apricots and Figs. All kinds of fancy Nuts. &60U & Ruble FaaaeZOC PaMIc Square. I . ui Lundnini, Mrs. Stanley Hi. mentioned in this advertisement, hut ran, Miss I ucllle ljuke. Mm. Pre must conline hl or her purchne to tstt Itrowti. Mit Kate Kinnaird am one Item, or one kind of merchan- -' Use or produce. If the customer Mm. K. II. Hourlun.'. wishe to purchase some article cost- On Tuesduy, Nov 1,1. the country liiir more than one dollar thi e of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Edwards chase amount to the same Marcellus, was an unusual scene lance and deserve the same recog- of KciituiKy hospitality and gmd- - nition as the one dollar purchase. I cheer riie celebration was in honorlt will be. noticed on thi ipeclal ud-- l of Mr Kdward birthday, and word vertliementthat practically every ' fall to express the Immensity of the: line of merchandise I to be found occasion. The whole house was flu possession uf some one of these! beautifully decorated in fern and who are purticiputing pink nml white cut flower. The din- -' in this special feature sale, The purchaser' ticket must bear intr room being the center of uttrac , tiou, was artistically decorated in the signature of only such merchant fern ami pink and white chrytttnthe whosil mlVrHlsomnnts nn..nr uti ,KIm I mums. Thr centerpiece for the pedal page, In orler to receive thej dluirigboanl, was a French silver bas- oeneni oi mu one dollars worth of ket tied with pink and white ribbon Roods free at the sixth store. nil filled wfth pink and white chrysRemember you can ko into the anthemumsAt each end of the sixth store and select any article pur-homt tore-ktepe- r, . page of thi issue, however, the Mr. Joe Francis, Mis Christine S.in-- ! I not limited to the article Hughes Noland, Mr. customer drr. Mr. Mnr ' Cabbage per pound Fancy Rice, 3 pound Carnation Milk, Small Carnation Milk, Large Coffee, Fancy Peaberry Cranberries per pound Jcllo, all Flavors Lima Beans per pound . Spanish Onions, each Navy Beans, 3 pounds Prunes per pound Apricot per pound Peaches per pound Peaches, Fancy per pound Citron per pound Raisins "Sun-Maid- 4Vtct 25cts. 7cU. 1 . . . 15cts- 23cts- - 2Sctt. 10cts. lOcts. . 5cts. 25cts. , 15cts. 23c ts. 18ct. 23c ts. 4Scts. " Box 23ct. We have a full line, all sizes, both Black and White O. X. T. Spool Cotton THREAD Spool Sc. A Full Line of Underwear for all the Family. CH1LDRENS SHOES, MENS RUBBER FOOT WEAR Have you noticed the reduction in the price of Pr Hour? Krintf your eggs to us and get the highest Market price in cash. A. H. BASTIN & CO 34. Tha Central Record, Lancaatar, Ky. Thursday. Nov 24. 1921 CaaaaMatf Pahma MCE JMCY TUHsW hms VI a"W A Bsbbs RATES i Single Insertions le a word No ad taken for lees tha 26c in this column. No ads in this column charted. Rs94sHsMsTy nVrnttfT ffwfilfl !? WRBsPJ kAaaaaTha4baJ AaTsAaaaiaVaSaaaa IHNfWtltV w IRvW) IB 0eM f Ma) rsst MHaV w la w Basass ffOT GIVING THANKS wy few mads a NrMM that thw AlmymyslasjMsJwawiassssM of gra:nu4r II wwa t poor Tke Greatest Physiciai Publican'! praywr that commtniiaw souaai. hi Wtiwn Ike of All 1$ His Hihnts Pare Bltfti Sewai tm Dm Ymu Amy Seven insertion for the price of Ave. Phone order muit be paid iromptly. Gi I Ftwk You Eat Na Loiifwr Look For the Dsvnfer StftMb Which Denote Wtwts Products In The Blootl Yossr ntcKimmmmmmmmmmmm FOR Hew te Clear nil the MsmI ef Weale PrWwc RKNT: Two office room It. FOK SALE: Uml one time. J. J. K. Stormes. trunk Wardrobe E.. Stormes. tl. young nlco FOK SALE: Two thorough broil Poland China boars, nml two i gilt. Call thin office. FOil SALK hnue street. t One OK HKNT: nml large lot on Danville J. W. Smith, Clothing Man. The residence on FOK SALE: Klrhmond St. of the late A. D. For.l. Hatcom C. Ford, Ailm. milch good FOK SALE: Two Calve about two week old rows. Call Marion Goode. Hubble exchnnge, or this office. by ulili'h of wate product. S, S. S. will Inv prove the quality of your blood by you of the waste products or once rrnliie that unless the Mo.nl Is which cane impoverished Mood ntul body will roon its nllir.l troubles -- - kin disorder, fmre, oine part of the rheumatism and a lowered itallty dlrniel. WaH puxlucts In the blood nre nil The same qualities which element of danger. Ninety per rent S. S. S it benellcial effect In clearing of the people "Kdow par" nte stilTer- - your IiUxmI of waste product make ii iiiK nun wiisie pmtiucis in me iikkhi. extremely desirable fo kttpiny your When your blood I loaded with I'.ohI in pood condition. , . . .. .. i ,ihc pnxiuci, you nornine neK, (5et S, S. S. at your drunist. Ref substitute. irritable and cuily upi't. tt nre Write Chief iirrvou. Other symptoms are pimples, boll, Medical Director. Swift Specific Co.. or roine other rkin dionlrr; lo of IMI'J S. S, S. Laboratory, Atlanta, (in. for special medical advice (withweight; and tiroliably rheiiniatltni. our blood i your fountnin source out charge). He is hclplnjr people of encrtry therefore keep your blood every day to retrain their health and nil pure. rich a trenirth. Ask him to send you hi For over M) yean, tliPtisands and lllimtrntnl booklet, "r'urt About thr thousands of men and women have l!hit" (in: 8. S. 8. i sold by nil relied on S. S. S. to clear their blood drug- - stores. The blixxl tlue of the Ixxly nre directly indltectly noiiriliet. You will ut the mean o t. WOLF TRAIL Mi l.i'ola .Moberlry i writing Mr Ms Registered big type Poland China hoar. pigs and gilt at farmers' price. Henson Hrothcr. Danville, Ky. FOK SALE: t cost, second hand cheap. Move, New stoves at reduced price. Many article at co.it. Come in and get your share. J. K. MOUNT & CO. New buggy wngn, .econd hand ilurbon Red Mr. S. C. Ri(rby, turkey. Crub Orchard pike. Post Office, Stanford, Ky, K. F. D. No. 4. FOR SALE: A few llernard I'ny week. inon Mr and Mr. Elijah McMINIan wi re in Stnnfonl Court day. Mm llernico Teater spent Friday n.ght with Mts Jeie IU. Mr and Mrs. Elijah McMlllian and sou, spent Sunday with friend. Mr. J. W. Dailey was the pleaant gurit of .Mr. Mom Kay Tuesday. .Mr Allen Tester sold a bunch of cattle to Mr. Klrb) Teater lnt wick. lt Nelton county, have arrived In thi community sick at this I'rnf. and Mrs. Adam visited the home of Mr. and Mr. Jnme Und a visitor In Tuesday night. Mr Wm. (Jill, of Mercer count), spent n few day the past week with Mr. and Mr. Morte Davis. Mfusr. Earl and Clelan Dailey Mrs. I'owell Dailey and Mis llert Dailey were guel Monday of Mr and Mr, Anbie Hendren. Mr. nnd Mr. Wilbert Dailey and r son, Edward and Willis Teat er pent delightful day Sunday with Mr and Mr Hugh Moberley Ma-ite- SALE OR RENT: Garage Square. Poisculon given Address January 1st., 1022. Allie Arnold, Colorado Springs, Colo. Care of School for the Deaf. O S.17t.) FOK nr. Public Ccnaina Kanawha Sail kett for curing mal. Iludton A Farnau. Mr 17. (S. I'reiton of IjincuMrr, wa with Mr and Mr. Homer Kay Sunday Mr and Mr. Walter Davi. of .Mr and Mr. W T. Moberley en terialned Tuesday evening Mr and Mr. Elijah McMillian and on, Mr and .Mr. Hugh Moberley nnd daugti ter, Mr Curl Moberley and daugh ter. Man with car to ell low priced GRAHAM TIRES. $130 per week and commissions. GRAHAM TIRE CO., 14.H Iloulevard Benton Harbor, Mich. It. pd. WANTED: MONEY TO LOAN WHAT WOULD THE DAY IE WITHOUT A WlRO LIKE THIS TO OflAC E THE BOARD? oa 6oo4 city property. Pay back oa weekly or aioatkly laitallaieati. Are We Thankful? table Ky., Thousand of Louisville, will groan tomorrow tlirounh-ou- t Notice. Kentucky under the weight of Any one holding claims against the estate of A. D. Ford, deceased, pres turkey, cranberry sauce, pies, nuts s known ent same to me immediately and 'and all the delicious only to Thanksgiving dinners. properly proven. But in another thousand of home, Bascom C. Ford, Ailm. a bare table will be the emblem of poverty; that poverty that i caused by ignorance in the majority of case. Notice. crime in some instances nnd rarely All person having claims against .uUfortune. On this day of Thunk- the estate of A. C. Miles, deceased, Kivinir. the Kentucky Children's are requested to prove same a re- Home Society calls on the people of quired under statute and file same Kentucky, the ministers, the schiftil with u at once. children and mothers to remember All those knowing-- , themselve in- the little hornless waifs, who through debted to said estate will please call no fault of their own, may have no at once and settle same. Thanksgiving dinner; and if they Mr. A. C. Miles, Admrx. feast it will be on the crumh that 1 fall from the tables of thoe more fortunate. This is the Thanksgiving appeal sent out today by George U Sehon, Ship your produce, hides and furs Supperintendent of the Kentucky to II. U. Nurthcott. .15 Walnut St., Children's Home Society Louisville. Cincinnati, Ohio. Mr. Sehon points out that but for No commission on hide or funs the work of the Society, thousands veal calve 8 to 11 cents per pound, turkey 35 cts. per lb., ducks 24 to JCct. per lb., geese. 18ct. per lb., iabbits lU.oO to $3.00 per dozen. SHHHMssss Hickory nuts I3.D0 to $4.00 per bu., and walnut $1.00 per buthel. Write to me at the above addres for price list. tib-bitn.-.N-n- t. Produce Market. The mind of the mother of man never fathomed, yet it rontains No wonder some people want the the wisdom of the ages. earth. They cried for the moon when they were kid. The fellow' who "doesn't think" saves a lot of trouble for hiumdf When the young man's fancy light- and Inflicts it upon others. ly turns to love she quickly brings it back to earth again by exposing Mr. Hughes tired the first gun uud the lightness of his pocketbook. the charge was so heavy it shook the priming out of all the other. is i of jrosperou men and happy wne who now are citizens of a Mate that is proud of them, might be living tin i Thanksgiving Day In poverty and I crime; it might have been they whole tables now bend under the weight) of the Thanksgiving feat tomorrow j who might have sat down to a bare table and only the iK'raps thrown out to them by charity In nearly every community fn Kentucky are prosperous, happy persons who were taken in by the Children's Home Society, in many of the cases being rescued from squalor and criminal surroundings. In the name of the'e little children, nay Mr. Sheon, he appeal through the newtpaper for money to construct the cottage village, so badly needeil to carry on thi work of child rescue. Cracks At Creation. Poor relation, however, are not atway poor to those who have The le. Laicistir Biilline & Lm AliOCIATIOfl. Wsn. g. HOPPER, Stc'L Troa. Of course the hope of the world is in Washington. Where el- - could: it be? J. E. S01INSON. Prcaidtat at exieople are expert Some posing the fault that others do not pOO I'M. .Vorih Tha Daya t'nor That, far eatern question i Washington ing westward. good place to halt. The brain hoping in mov. and out. We.t But i a Jik ' Lsng Ago. I slmiit a ilawa he wonderftl Our Oays Uaen larth. We are Imt Sf juteroay, and kaow nothing. our days upon earth lee a .lm.'.." Job 8:0. Ifi-nii- toa.irnastert of the world are Washington. Here's they function. Nathlng la Socrsi. Ter nnthlnc Is secret, that shall not be made manlfc.f ; iieliher an) thing hid, that l'sll not Ih known and cess abroad. St Luke H 17. ) the year "It An Active Vekane. Tlie iii..: arlhe volcano In Ihe worl4 la Mount .Sungay. It Is 17,196 fest high, and I iltuate,! ou Ihe Mstera chain of lite Andes. In Knoth Amerlea. II has been In constant eruption atneo) IT.1 Uaaa Tall t Ssuna Alarm. Allhougb Ihe be.iver' thief use fat lall Is for swhaV Its Out, trowel-alisK- mlrc. It has anoilier purMe. Wha aa heaten on Ihe water It alarm lgnal. a hh ii h ' nereil at MaiTletlelil, In 1'n. tin .1 at a lraka MiM'k mi a curl mi lrtuo of mi oid law lie nl'o i'.i in iiieak-quarry owner wn .. ....m-for alloHlng a cart to Ih' .... iliout sn uppliince for i. lie uolso cailM-i- l ty the bra ei I ilinugli ho Blemleil thai the ,i.i ,i tuaka s nuiili i.oIh u ihi' m. ho .in him in uy Hie i , IIihi, .Mnei le.lleM l( nlier the) make ullk; mil , r iiine day iIImoIit that Hun . i n. ilent la forlililillug sin, it, Rei-tiillA tuprtlng l Question for Cenaltferalleft. Is not right or proper to Inter-fsr- e wltli nature,' said en Kiifllell dergyman. In denunciation of an attempt In prmlure rain by bombing the clouds. If mm never atlempted to Imprme iih.ii nature what would be. come of the lnrlierTf Detndt free) I'M'SS. Forget your last year's winter hut. You will look a lot handsomer to the dealer if you wear a new one. fonpeil of two coast c)po-ilmt tliclr feUafe seems In be In, or one tree; tad (be shape or It. with tde peculiar angle at nhii i. n .. i ., trunks are placed, glie the r ie Iof a i huge and earnet tt k n at I trees thst along shore. The hi.ne make the picture are n n barren tougue of lieacli riiiin us tint Into . the breakwaters nt ihi i..l-nl"in-illc- udon talley are of This celebrated curlon Monterey's Ostr.ch Trse. MoliUnaiery, Cat., I rmsd if It ostrich tree m reldenl n t'ie lower "Keep your smile" is the advice handed out by m local philosopher. But handing it on to others would bu belter. It isn't to be wondered at that omi men are unable to withstand prosperity. They never have n chance. '.. - . i it ii u -- uo,. Wise Man Ceneervet Mran(4h. To ciiiuprehend a man's life It ta nrrenarjr to know not' merely what be doee, lm also what he purposely leaves undone. There Is a limit to the work that run lie got out of a human body or brain and he Is a wise MM who wastes no energy on pursuits for which he Is not lilted, who from among the thlugs he can do well, chttosea and resolutely follows the best. W. K. Oladstoiie. I Ba Invitations Q SI M9 BB 1 Whet la mors sentimental than a wvddlng Invltstlnti? Csrtuliily It la tint u nitre mechanical proditct lo l MiMtr. Ohfip mi fry Bidiilrd arouiuj to lli Is n.lly wlihta ta irnerally tliolntlng. Our w hava correct ajmutcs rCB) and svsit scats-atea mad every puns. i'h-.i'l p. art ej 9ri Here's hoping the short skirt survives. We are fondly looking forward to the time when they will ln shorter. JiVeP'TiaMaawrr ggasggasggaL stfjliTiatfl tt No, you can't escape'em. The ML summer siren simply transforms herWf self into the winter vamp and keeps fi lggggaBLsb'' aayamfMfMfMfMfMfM'i asssssssssssssssssssssHH 1. aaaaaa(lA. aweaaTaejeiaaa 4 NT CaH w aiaaal aavaBBBBj ma OBBTaBj iaa. ejpapa) Air Necessary (or Human Lift. Every tln.e He breathe, we dniw thirty cubic Inches nf air Into our i; supposing that we lake llfteen a inlnute for the twenty-fou- r of tB day, we u' bo less tliau cubic Indies of air. which Wea-Js- ) wilfl over thirty pounds. Out " SSSSly of air for dm human I sum. lent to nil 1,136 a j ear's supply IS lusii Ave tuna. It may he seen seep windows leer attesjsasry M Hust shsjee msy U cobUbm-ss- on J.J. I Walksr, President. Vice-PmidM- L LOUISVII.LK M (live unto others as you would have them give unto you, but be careful to get the blgest slice for yourself. Cultivate valuable. good sens the essence the art of speech. It is But polish it off with and judgment. That is of wisdom. W. K. Champ, W. O. Blfey, Asa'L to the President. J. L. KVn I I O. Davidson, Cathlar. GUI, Assistant Caahler. W. F. MHUr. AasisUnt Cah4r. Mr. Naomi Hamilton, TeHer. Complete line of Samples at B The Central Record Office. I CITIZENS CeHsstr PuMIe NATKWAl LANCAfTCJt. KY. UNK, Mf-ft- W insist that possession of an automobile la an aid to Christianity. It removes tht excuse for cussing others who have them. $wm ud LsMvlMt StnM. Th Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Nov 24. 92 1 1 j3hF jSv Uttrfr J1 lteifcJf, nif, m.'m m mwim 'mm new tkmAmnimjkk TheKsntucky Tobacco Warehouse Company Louisville, It barn to the pit. A c;Mtm of this kind will require the use of n lance ERADICATION OF mount of heddlnjr, elxht to ten pound, of straw dally for each cow BARBERRY PLANT belnjf a coo. I amount to use. A covered shed for storing manure may lie made with a larue lloor spare and then ued for a Mock shelter, Campaign Begun as Control this arrangement making tt posible Measure Against Loss of for the ttock to keep the manure Grain by BInck-StcRust. no ns to exclude air and parked it tn better rondition. A shed II! feet Wide and 20 feet long provided with a 1 v' h t door should tie KJSHES THRIVE EVERYWHERE large enough for a dairy and give satisfactory results, according Plant, Spied te Weedland, Pstture, e I to specialists at the College of Strom Bank, ,nd Fence Rom, method for saving Another ty Diitribution of Sttd, by manure I to liulld n concrete basin Ditftrent Dirdi, about two feet deep without nny roof the manure ran lie stored until rttiM"4 ,r iii i na4 fiirimM f Ar i.Mr I It l hauled and spread. This i an Th Job of erndlmlliig the cotniiwti Inexpensive and efficient methoil for inrlri in proved to I'' a iwieli preserving the material. n pre-lerv- e m 'JO-coAgri-cultur- "BRE0 IN OLD KENTUCKY" tSUOOU WIUU TliL.1. Replace your ,crub and pradc sires with cood purebredi. J j. ii the "llctter Sire, lletter Stock" cnmpaiRn What about thla trio of herd boam? champion. KING PILOT NO. 457,531, by the Pilot, the world, "KENTUCKY CATTLE We own more BLACK-CAP boar in the world. "KENTUCKY RANGER," sired by the largeit CHECKERS," CATTLE , it', your move. CATTLE black-cap- than nny herd in Kentucky. BLACK CAP ROYALTY NO. 253,797 AND GARRARD NO. 283,601, "Herd Built." Young ,tock either .sex for ,ale at nil times. Visitor, always welcome sit. Dixie Stock Farms. SANDERS BROS. & AMON. PROP. LANCASTER, KY. Kentucky iiiiiiumI In-lo- opvriitiiiK tho wnrohotisos HolioitH your nhipnnMit.s: I.nrimoro & Soiih, and .MnmiKur. DESPAIR LURKS IN WEAK BLOOD Guile's r, Tho Arouses Dull Faculties. Pepto-Mangan, TENTH STREET HOUSE, KENTUCKY HOUSE. Alexander. MKr. LOUISVILLE HOUSE, London & Schmidt. MKrs. Mark your tobacco to either of the three houses and it will receive prompt and proper attention. It. II. Blood-Builde- iiiiliu innre ivthlw tw tliim imleil l.j- (lie t'lill-- i Sliilr lrmrl inent i.r Asiiillltlire at the nlltet nf itie nlii.lgu III April. Uil. n In etiti as a runtrnl liieaure niMlti'l lU- - i ni.rini.ii In nf ehiIii frnin btni-tein rul. of iniMternlo rut eplieiiilc, the reliirllii In tlie )eli of wlifnt aloiw" biiln-- l liai iiiniiiiiitril lo NllM lille In lbin. tlenr f a ery f rrr rplilemle. then- - in a reilm IIkii In j kit! of ivii imliels In - yr Have Dairy Farmer Rare Soil Building Advantages. Many n man and a woman feels saving presents n com all nut of ,ort, from thin, weakened plex problem to the dairyman blood. The least little thing gone a, he wishes to produce clean wrong throw, them Into u wild form milk as well a, retain the fertility of despondency. Imtead of bracing farm, the manure mint lie up and meeting ordinary of difficulties removed daily from the Mall and they are downed. Nerve are on made other than an open edge. Dairy farmer In Kentucky have provision Appetite lag. Sleep I, restan exceptional opportunity of budd- barnyard for preserving it until it i less They are weak and tired and ing up the poor soils and improving spread on the field. A successful dull. I'nor blood work, it, havoc till the good one, on their farms by giv- dairyman will have a tight lloor in the will loses it power. Few people ing sufficient attention to the care his barn which I, utually made of who fall into habits of worry and and tavlng of manure produced by concrete and contains a miller with j despondency renliie that most of the their troubles are ltie to lark of cii- the cow. In their herd,, pecinllst on proper drainage from behind 1'or military reason the durum-- . -- to blood that ha, become farm problem ay A well. fed dairy animals. row will produce approximately 12 drainage I, desirable but unci the .weakened by overwork or (training. ton, of manure each year. 10 ton liquid contain vnlunblv frrtllmng Healthy men and wumen with rich, of which should be waved to place on element, it mut be aved if the sy-- i , red blood fee things brightly. They ' TV cultivated field, since the animal, art lem is to be witnimi'rf life with rest and go along , tarle by emptying the ,mllingly, full of eagerness and enhomed at Irait six of the II! month. I lie accomplished Into a pit or cistern built near durance. Thi, can be accomplished only by I drain saving the liquid a, well a, the solid the barn where the olid manure to n t.ude's taken stendi-l- y f the ma- ' gether with the straw bedding it manure incc fully rettored the blood to it natural nure value I, in the liquid. The stored until the dairyman l, reaiiy to richness. It actually mnke, red corhaul it to the lirM. In order to puscles, the tiny parlieles dairy tnduitry In Kentucky which in blood now recognized a, an Important at. I operate thin s)tem with the least which make it red. Iruggit have to toll hyilding ha, (i.IO.OOO cows a, trouble it in necessary to have m Citdc'a Pepto Mangan in liquid and track and litter carrier from the . tablet form it, nucleus at the present time dertl.emctit. Manure mas-muc- were guests of the Mt. Hebron So ciety last Sunday evening carried oul Miss l.ula Simpson of Stanford, their program jplcndldly. The subject of n continued series is vititini; Mrs. A. J. Rice. of icrmons from the text "And (iod FUher HuRhes sold .13 fat hoc, said let us mnkc man delivered," by to A,h Arnold (J? 7ct. per lb, Rev. Thompson for next Sunday will Mrs. Mag Clark has returned to' be the "Woman', part In Crention." t'nlinl Slates tili'iiiLexington after n two weeks visit tu The President wishes to mnke a Bu,h drew Ev,rywh,r,. relatives here. final appeal to each member of the In Hie k'nilii groHliic OMrii't of tin' Messrs. I 'h pi, of Lexington Mlllppl alley, where Hie gueit, of Mr.el Troy Hogg for n were' Ladies' Working Society for another rabfree will offering with which to close rampiilfii ih Ixeti aartleit on. It ii npHieil Unit liiirberry liiilie etlsleil bit hunt one day last week. the year's work. Though the offern nriiameiilal plants In Hi" Jno. Royston, Roy Moberly, (ireen ing be nnnli it is hoped that each liins mul itli'S This w illpnniil Kstes and Win, Blanks sold n lot of( one will bring or send an offering during Hie (lrt )er of I be ainpal.-i- i shoat to some parties at 7c Is. December 1st., on which afterj by on by Ibe nmlllig "f ITH.Il lnilie . Cement,' noon the society will meet at the Lime, Sand, Portland .Mmiit "h"' t.H! niral pron-tilerre eatlete ulilelf oi-- r Rock, Common and Pressed Brick.' residence of D. S. Swope. On Dec. nf I loth will be the Until meeting of the I'.'T pri'i" rlli'. 'tiouliir tlmt all n.iin Hudson at Farnau. year. At this meeting a new presitrliiisliis are not eontmeil to , Miss Susan K. Sutton, Mr. and dent and other officers will be elect"prHml l fHlioleinl. hilt hail iriMilliiiMl, pnturs'v lrenni lihiiks. ami Mr. Jns. Turner, Mr. and Mm. Cur ed, nlso the treasurer will read her ! li.v Hie iltrilution of tis attended the "11 Y.V at Mt. Meb., annual report. feiii - ro We hope tn see a by blrd run Sunday evening. large delegation present at the last Willi llii-- -.' ! I In mind, tlie earn It is roKrted the II. V. I. U. who 'neeting. more lK'rotily piil.itl in palcu s iHn ii Hie uney of IMP oes MARKSBURY - ii.pi Mi-- 1 npr - ' I'epto-.Mangu- one-hal- was eoniplelfi) of lertaln ilellnllr In ini't 'I lie riult me.1 wtt l.Ton .".IVI'si bushes were ev n f..l.i , while foliml mi II l ill) ptoHTll-s1."ClM"l lnilie Here fnlltiil on fsrnis (if iln-- e ini. t.t'.Mi.mi iiilu-r- re .ne lliiil bail wnis'il from eu' tltallon on t.Vl properiies. efDiiriiic Hie mletiiliir jenr eniraleil upon tlie fort were Mine). A reime of ellle iine)eil anil MllHti- - III tlie eountl Ill n mrrliil en lit Hie Milne time. Otilu set ell ciiiH- - nlonp lie wM.Ttl 11 nil'- - nliil vllliil.'" fnnu ure W 0. RKJNEY W. B. DICKERSON l.'' W. O. RIGNEV OnicelPhone i & CO. farm-to-fHri- Funeral Directors and Embalmers 18. Residence I'lmiie ait. I Lancaster, - Kentucky. Variou, Name, for Zinc. The nietiil, zltn . In Its arloUM form has several common names. The ore, . ''Slab "Jack." rlne blends. I line until reient!. ... leen known -poUer," while lntead as of n.vlns "ilnele." we sny -I Aunciel Icurrnntz Bancs in VI e & f lykMf jTS'T l Why He', Down. man in. down, but he's never ! profesonal man Am' if be In. who ni't.' (..itroiis Hmfs why he'a A OF GOOD We will on 40 ACRE FARM Saturday t Nov 26th, Rich- AT 9:00 O'CLOCK A. M. offer for sale a dandy little farm of 40 acres, located on mond pike, 2 miles from Lancastor. This farm is riirht on pike, small house, jrood barn, well watered, and good land. and as a whole. This farm will be sold in two tracts, Flower Sermon. Imii It orgln In St. tXherlne Oree, Kuglnnil. On Whit l Moiiiliiy eai Ii of the congregation Mother of Ballooning. I a liunrb of (towers, atnl a liircer sjfiina uiut-llA washerwoman wis the mother ot J in threes IiiiikIi uns lalil on I lie pulpit rilsbloiu ballooning and It all slnrleil In France I if; i Tl.o ctiM.mi hun spread, but It has about washerwoman The 171. soinewhiit liniitftil. Now In many wMicd tn dry a skirt more rapidly chlirelii's llie'lliiwor serninn Is prenrhed than could lie aceompllslied b) air and c?cs of ear" nn Sunday hikI the church In decorated rigged II up over tin uiihlne. so spiny rcctf-.clth flner. Mie members of the conCrephne. The hot air soeii dried the gregation n'v, tiring llowers with them Cloth and the woman was utnnlshcd Common Uarbrr. to the Mr..e. The lime of holilln: to see II n ind out Into a ball and I 'IiIit rr c.iiiI.'Iih1 In Imtlaiiti 11 thl "I- ; serv v different float up t in A neighbor nrles civiit.c in MIi'IiIchii the eliurcheo. I" ' it N umil) held In tho linined Moii i!flrr snw the strung, i' IUIik.i ilinv 'ouiitli-- : In VIii- eprlns r ei siiimner when tlicrn la cs'turnMi' m.hI II giue him the Idea 'i four. Ill IoB 17. Ill tlie Honliel an iiIiiiiiiIhii of gnrileii tlowers. flom which tie niuile llm tlrst bnllon. : In Mlrine'ola jn Minn "t the tale 'il IHlltMUl HI ff !.' CoUlltieM III It' Mirtlin of tin- - kinte; m oiitlio-- i Vebniln ll.e niulvnb'tit if W III the leni art of tlie slate . In Smith P.ihota nine along the ealern border. n Nortb iHikutii ten in the en.ern oton of llie stnle. Many Bu,htt Removtd. Youth: "What it tho ecret of your auccesa?" In tlie i iillrc inmimlfii "f three llelil Prosperous Mcrchnnt: "It is not a secret. I Ma"ii ii total of ri.lH.i""' bushes lave bien foiinil mill 4.2MM re tell it a often ns I can, and every sensible man can . In vi fur iiiommI. lududeit with I did." do as rMlmnte were furnished, are Youth: "And what did you of tlioiisands of bube reliniM',1 Prosperous Merchant: "I saved my money from cnini'ierelal nnrerie during the first a penny at a time in a littlo home bank until The nily mrt of the euiupaUii. ! had enough to open a tavingt account at the bank. larger iiuml'r were nlMHit is.0ui for Then I added to the account every cent I could spare. r.(nni for Iowa. .Mltuiesola Almost before I realized it I hnd taved enough for Wlseopslti. nml W.ficO for Ohio. reinulnliig bulies Of the with what the bank wat willing to lend me to open about l.iHV0ii ate neilllng busies a small business. From then on my success wat iis than is Ini lies In height In n rapid." Vs.oiiln, single nre: In .niitbem The woik for the ftrlil senson nf V1 l Mir t'i rni"Mie the farin vey In n nin counties as jnisllile ailjnrent to these alrenily rotnpleteil Sftl dnw ii Hnwer rniKii eur-rlei- , 47 A j : - - -- The Secret of Success. at th-e- Imii-dre- do'" ".Wt BIG VALUE OF COVER CROPS There will alio be a lot of shoats and other live stock for sale. especially Valuable to Small Garden, r, and Trticktttra Who Cannot CbUIn Manure. Terms made known on day of sale. (oer io. are of ectal alne tn whn small gnrilelier, nti'l truekhir-r- . mid etpen often lll.il it bath illllU-iil- t Tlicv In btnlii stable inunure h' 4 PER CENT ON TIME AND SAVINGS T. Capt W. T. W. & J. G. CONN Kingr, Auct. jnr. to tiialiila.n a goo. I plislal ci'iidltton of Hie soil. Whereer there Is a tinuil (ilme In the cnnlen a feir seeds nf rje somii nml rrli, cloxir, tie., ma) niketl In. If a sullnble roiutliai nf uop Is foltiiMeil nil pan, of the gar-iii mi? In rotered wild n grtvn or tlirt ur ii ii sii e d e The Garrard Bank & Tryst Co LANCASTER. KY. tu 1 We sell travelers Cheque, which are good in the United State m4 all ferelfa ceuntrka. r LOCAL LANDS VALUABLE .FRANCHISE Popular Tire Dealer Returns From Chicago After Arranging 11. '.. By WILLIAM PALL. Oprrlshi. IUI, IhMIi. Vtm 4t I'nUm MO KTTER SIRE CAWAMN Stors Willi Hogh Ties Corporation. To Link Hi "I himiIiIii'i tiui lonltftii. Cllru i If I were you," N.e itiertilnu rlirumallc old limiiiliim lenby. grtilidmu," mm llir reply, "I linn, jet imlinil. mill I lie iM woman keenly nt III)' Jntiutf tfliiliccd wearing care himI .orr.v. uud illclll, UlUllltf "lltluit. Hllll llll'll sadly, drcnmll) lulu t lit lllckerllitf fiit-v- Mart Than 5,0ft Pastern ta Carra Message Inta "Jural Bletrlete af tha tooth. rrrd mnt The mc-rtg- e by the IJnllt fttatr of Agrkultuie, Drrt- - LUMBER AND ail thou-nd- '"" "' "and it. Importance to the tire buy-- ? ' . acni Iht imlli. . -- lit, wli) a era of thi. vicinity wi in.tan ly be , ,,Ur nppreclated when I call attentioa to rwir. ,, iMJ ,ay s)ie riM.n the fact that my atore it now the t n,r vlllmif b IihiI Iimi wi local aellinx and service itation for a iniid of tier Inter. Itunilnl (tray, and huge orj:niiatlon capitalized at mil Irmlloiuill) .f lilm. lions of dollar, with reaource o tra- - Ibrn In n tH f l'liiu lnrli.il l. n inendoua that we can buy in any mer- friend, a clrl tiHiiiiilnn. ket You can imagine that when I""'1'" -' not' one or two tire dealer, but "r.'ly IniHMviii of mi. rM mrHiM In inKle hrlnulm- - with hint - "IVSr cllillil." crooned I lit old wm ..en,. ! . m. " her hnulder nlnl fllllcd fr.Mii ttt " n imntiiiii- a unu in uic ,, uunne place of IVr .r il.lt.l- -l know e chain or World 1 tie store. Every automobile owner or uer in 4l.ri,isi,t. tl,.t ,1,111 j.,.lir now, the city ami county will be interest- - unit nw, nllhiMich ScitemU-r-llkrwnlic of Heet cl in this news, a the World Tire hut n imd a irll nlmis the whNerltiK Storm which dot the country from (roll, pll.hieil under the Maine to California bring to the tire U- '''" buyer a full line of nationally famou I lien century. brook for mer made poible onl i... imWr tires at price , tremendous manufacturing and buy- - linm,Uwf ,(,., , ,.), mm. inir resource and sales runnliiK into N1li to .j,,,.,, ,1,,. ernry hrlne in a in vait quantities "My franchUe. for a World Tire line uwlyltic. IitiuiI. "It vn nil m.v fmilt," iimhiiumI Kllx Store i. but one of thoundi," aid alieib. n i.lml.. ndly lif narted Mr. Sander in a chat with a eilL-- a .f tt..- - hii.I tienUtive of The Central Record, down Hie L!-- snilr ...L- returned from snite. - khih. ,, (tin I better lre off it way of utitiiliillig better i he carried IIh stock of nil kind tutu rural dMrlct uf tlx- - Smith ljr more than ..,! country (motor. In erTere MATERIALS OR FOR '. tlon-wid- ;m,.r j,, - m A ftaaiotarew U BUILDING REPAIRING. are goitiR to i "''K "d " "! 11 No mutter what you build-n- o " 11 '"' ,, ,,.,. 11 matter how large or small, or done-w- Hartfaro1 Uaeel to lutM Seof Horoa- of Louiolana. - how or when it is to be e ask an arrnrdauce with a rrqtirat froai the board of talstlon nf Hie MethwIUI KpUcopal rhunli. South, the L'nlliil Departmeiit of Agriculture ha of iiileil llir rural miner liiforiii-Hothe iHianl with the For Houses, Barns, Garages, Fences, and all Purposes opportunity to submit an estimate on the cost of the lumber and other materials. - For repairs, you can buy anything '; ,, Stale iiri-eMr- fr,n A itfrrviitli'Dii ItM'lure of u..llbuyinira "1 "' nf ltiuf unit, enter the market we get what Bill , ( it1i-. ible the offering to the motorist of nsf of xomm ihkI Stir faltereit n tn- In tslit of the highett grade tires the world af- old elm. fords at the lowet poible price., .i.mfi.ri It dimply could not be done in any "I tbotitftil It w.nld but It l tn - to -other way. The old adage that "in union there la trength" was never At lllt Mi1 rrHrln-- . lln- - olil trrlllie liettcr exemplified than in our organi- ( MM u si i(U my. , now through zation. And ..r,,,,.,! mini, nitil the exclusive j .r ,,rt (. World Tire Store I lurk local authorized unit in thi nation-- 1 ll'-- r i lrr.il m a try ..f sitnrm iul any tire user wide chain of store eall for lirlp. can obUin all theae advantages made; It " ami r.nralielli Klnrtiil t lu-poisible by the gigantic power of tmnbllnily IIhIciumI. A iww fear eam this huge group of store. li- - trai-ri- l lulu ber fine ''Alteratlana will immediately be iirri' ttic IoiIiik tXu)iie of liiutel remade and ny store painted and onk to wbrre Itn bnk ran ami the milldecorated to resemble all the other wblwrlii); vrrr Wtr mint Wcf-lTire Stores in the United trracbenm, , Slie wa a irtirilaualilrr of die Statea. In acalring a World Tire and abe wd like m uprlte along franchise I feel that I am bringing irrlMklng tka a real 1mm to the automobile own-er- a ibc npHr Mgr or thk vicinity, since its establish-Ma- t bniok. -I lei piher aaTarak them an OBBortun- ll waa rliwr now. dial cry. ity of buyiac locally sach national-- ! A huaian form tllhle In the ly fsmeva tires no the Dunbar and fwlrllng tua of iiilrkainl. appealHaM fahrks, guaranteed ,M and ing wildly for help, with arms oat. 7,M mUw, Md the Michigan and ttreliiied. sinking sod deeper ummenl. Mall oord tires, guaranteed 8,0e and 'Sill How she iiisuskihI to ilrag our of the 19,Mt mile, at the same low pricea enjoyed by aaotoriaU in the great rough log. ih- size nf a railroad which are tb In thlckne. fully twenty "feet, sbr largest cities in the country. My never knew. !Im mnnsged to "tilt the line of Urea will also, of course, in- md of the heavy timber nrrn the clude a supply of the celebrated ledge of rw-- and lt Ii ilmp. Kllia-bell- i World tubes, both grey and red. crept mil mi I Ik- "Negotatlono for the local World "tlrap llw lojc nrmljJtli one hand glre me the other-- " Tire Store franchise have been unThen her voire illeil ) ami bar way for some time," continued der Mr. Sanders, "and while in Chicago miiiI seemed to k' with It. for the man I had the pleasure of a long personal lie had saveil un ItaiMlel lirey. It waa like a lildeou ilreaiu with a Reins-berinterview with Mr. Milton golden awakening, n hotli reached the President of the World Tire Mift ground and ank iimhi a momy Corporation, and Anally secured my plot exlmuxte.1. their ee met, and franchise. Knowing the huge re- I hen their liainW. "You bate aource and countrywide scope of ael my lifer he nwe It In you Kllza-llhthe big tire corporation, you can hieatlieil. imagine my surprise when I met Mr. How sweetly, how frrveiilly he ftelnaberg and discovered that the head of this gigantic organisation ago In her name, the rluc of a year It! doing millions of dollars worth of "I mil glad," he naM klmpty, and business was not yet in hia thirties. shrank bark an ay very i,iilrltely and Five minutes' talk with him, however, with a sene of' iinworthhieM. disclosed auch a wealth of energy "If you had not lieeu near." he ami then aked: "Him- enine you and business acumen that 1 no longer wondered that so young a man should to Her eye ilr.ei and he roM to have attained such ah honored position. He fairly radiate "pep" and her feet. He iiiukIiI klght of ber xer, bbeltng hand, mid gmiei tbem ami enthusiasm. them. Mr. Sanders promise motorists of kled was Jut a year iik the old "It vicinity the utmoit In high class vlm-H- lo this you reme"." tire service and invite them to at- She bent her head, mid be gueei tend the opening of his World Tire the truth. t"a" Itore on Saturday, Nov. 20th. Aib.' "lu me I had not fuiaotten." be altl In a low. euavr j tone. "Klisaheth. my It "wu all a lals-- I Look Out! take, your cold, littler letter In me." aort It wo. cruel, wicked. Funnlett show that ever hit town.. 1 '' rH l,,.H,,!"l"H',U , Watch for the date. I dal, my heart I breaking!" -i iwugsw ner swiiying loriu in m SI "loUi CtMCMCI ana. He clasped ber cle, leading - Tt rrr":::. r l.r- ! - "r.: ':!": lllll I'll .nU".Tl cause for unthrifty piqs HIT ll'IICl.t -H wh tivf f r innared by tin- - burenii uf animal Imlmlry l In Ii net a a' part f the work. "He a feel Hint up ran ht of mull-ria- l in yu, Uic rural imry mpo rftary of lli- - iHiaril tlnl to tin? ii- your mwaii" lurlmeiit, "In to tin peopl wlm 11ml ( iih(." TO wt 'uf latiteni lldr iael mi a you want, and in any quantity. The J I price stays down. IIKTJI1I Dr. Evvard of Iowa Station That Round Worms May lottam of Trouble. lo at I . '"..d. br.-ak- htM r fi-- tln-'ra- tl -- d woimI-land- Wlini j.'iiuv pis: ri not (Mine, well. It may In- - Mint round wiirmstare tb inii-- r of tliclr iiiithrlftlnm. A tlM m,iiiii nii nt tin- - low a etuerl nieni riHtlon was rry iintlirlfty. Ii klllml anil exalulltml, JoM M, Rvvarit, In of awlne feadlns f lliat In foot nf work, that hog' Iniiwtln there war ttt womn tliat hiil of a pound To nrrt mil u b cmtltlni... keen tbo Pig growing. I'enl well. Keep Hie i liau and frr from mtMb. Drain the pasture and tot. Kor emerfooiey case iim saiitonlii ami eolomol, sbout five to ten grain eaeb for a pig. or to IA gralna eoeh for a 'JW pig. It may also be wet I to roadl-moo- t to allow free areeca to am-as air slaked lias, charcoal, shirk coal, powdered sulphur, gleaner's Mlta and roiamon salt, these free ebob-- style, each botag placed In a ae pa rate cnniper latent of a solf fenler. oiir-haltwn-ttflh- a d Bastin Lumber 60. Lancaster School Note Unraster ot ' 7i botag-allowe- auci-eetjlu- HORSE SHORTAGE IS FEARED Secretary ginsmars of Horae Aaootla-tlon taya Oomang foe Brsft Animal Is Strong. g, T il Keportltig the fart that rltlseus of Denver recently rejected an ordinance which, ir passed, would have made It a hnrselee city, Wayuo Dlasniors, secret sry of the Horse Atsoclatleo of America, saya In a recent coaraunl-callo- a received by the animal dlvlaloa at University farm: "We need more good draft horasa. The demand for tbem Is stronger aad prices are higher than at any tlaa la aJotory, aad uole everything I done tit bring sbout horse He's been in school six years or breedtag nr will hsre a shortage ha more, coming year which will materially than half a of production aad His credits are lr the has-handpoo-atbl- o Old. Rival TU. Hi and Stanford Hi tied in their annual claih. 0 and 0, last I Friday afternoon. About 200 fana accompanied the team to the Lin-l. con Capitol. The field waa in very bad condition, being muddy, which wa a disadvantage to U H. S. for they were outweighted by Stanford about 20 pound to the man. Lancaster Hi was in bad form and sljpwrd that they were not mud horse. Although Stanford had a 200 pound fullback, whieh waa an on a muddy field, he didn't make any end run galna through Lancaster's lino. f Bpobot aUM Caate There ia going to be a big Basket Ball game Thursday afternoon, Dec. I at. between the champion teams. Kvcrybody invited. I If fliea Mr file kersute fhev Av. If fleas are fleas because they flea. Then bees are been because they bo. Caese WboT Hia hair i red, hi eyes are blue, His name is long and fresh too; His friends are many, his foes are few, And he keep u all from, feeling blue. transportation." nt score, FURNISH FOALS WITH DRAIN ogin to Dry Up Whon Pastures Young Animals Moot Have Feed foe Boot Development. He sometimes makes his teacher sore. But they all laugh at his jokes galore. don't "fly the coop" if the Joke ii on il prohibition, you. "In fifty-nin- e citlea of the United Ceo, I), Robinson to Kuth "Would i State having a population of 3M,- you rather I called you by your first 000 or over, and a combined pea tion of 20,200,006, includktg New name or by my last?" A sophomore in physical training York, Chicago and Philadelphia, the class "Shall I mark time with my official figure show a decrease ia arrest for drunkenness from 310,-R4- S feet ma'am?" in 1017 to 260,109 in Itlf, ta Miss Robinson, (sarcastically), 172,6.19 in 1919 and to IM.7M in "Did you ever hesr of marking time 1920. with your hands?" "Detroit reduced the arrests far Sophamore "Ye ma'am, clocks drunkenness from 19,309 in 1917 ta do It." 6,244 in 1920. "The Beaton police departmee "reA senior in reply to a question, reported 5.287 fewer arrests far aH marked: "Cod only Know. I don't."' cause in 1926 than from drsjnhon-nea- a The Prof, returned; "God will get in 1919. Per the state oT Masthe credit, you wonk." sachusetts nt large the arresus for "Sam, drunkenness in 1920 were 32,M0 as Mis Sander (in lab.) how many naturs.1 magnets are against 77,925 in 1919. "In 1917 the arrest for drankee- known?" ness in New York were I4.1K; in Sam "Two." i ata "- -T j o e, Mil. Hn.l.r . - -- r . - , 813 ",r I md will you plesie name them?" LouuvilJr, Ky., reporu 3,624 ar- and brunettes. resU for drunkenness far the noaal Fleece "Did you hear the story year ended June 36, 1919, and oahjr 412 arrests for the same cause for r.bout the red pepper?" the year ended June 30, 1919. Mi Sanders "No." "The number of cases of intoxicaFleece "Well, if a hot one." tion in Cincinnati decreased from Mis Robinson "Doe anyone in 1.470 in 191R to 33S in 1920." thi room know anything very important that watn't on the earth PLEASANT HIU. year ago, and i here now?" Paul "Ve. MK." Mrs. Belle Snyder is quite sick. Misa Arlelgh Matthews Is on the Dr. Klliott "Do you know my son e sick list? at achool?" Walker "Ye, sir, he sleeps Mrs Caleb Juhnson has been visitacrou from me at school. ing in Lexington. .urridlY . Sam--"Blo- nde ir - 4Jj to dry up A the peture Ike proper ilevelopmetit of the foal ealla for the feeding of a little grain lu order to maintain the milk fat aad keep the foal ilet eloping to the beet advantage. Colts that belong to work-lo- g mares should have a separate feed bos and receive a Utile grain each tluie the mother l fed. Those oapaa-tu-rt should be provided with a creep where grain ran Im kept available for the foal at all times. If these methods are followed I lie colt villi to gain and will nut sbrlak uheu Meaning lime cows. EWES DISOWN THEIR LAMiS Trouble tomawmoa Ovorcoms by ran-nlMather Up With Her Yeuflt-gttner cou-tlau- e I otoeiod president of the HaUon-- l W 4 Pa MtsaUrs Association hold at ...u, ta gi-- j,. last week. Mr. Woods, "Tube. I'm orrv to hear your wife af thk county was elected ha left you and gotten a divorce." t and Mr. W. A. . "Vewuni. she ilone gone hark lo Ala- atJaft vis ai VotaaJHoo oUcttd socoad, hama." waging Mr. J. W. Maupin, HBasMmgjmg v fMdJ) gmftaWn . secretary! ggf Journal. ... ansae. awe m wa aM loft tke asd aayiag they So matter what Ma always have a aaft psaee la atw BPgV PgBfgf ataaWJa fssa-bMita fur tha poeaoa eaa aaaa a nMVMrS ASSOCiatMNi Mr. J.L. Kananazar. of Riehaaond, j W C rOK I whUperlng lid In the hadow of the sreal elm. It swaying bough seeming in uelcotue ell..eH, aBd "th BJ1 the weird " t"1 l'" l"ve. pai nf ,,,Jr, lawa. i..u ier Kwes that will not own their lausba may sometime be laducetl to do so bf pettttleg ewe up aad forrmg taeai to permit the lamb lo suck, a few of tatf aart aMy besaf suf. nrietit, aVse'lipherd malstan Ike tasjHi's bead week asHoi the owaV ajirk, eUUalng that rhis wHI make she leo-au- od Many people from the school attended the game Friday afternoon. School CIoms Misa Judith James Daniel spent the A Two Day I week-end with Mrs. Frank Phillips of I Stanford. The Lancsitrr Graded and High yi.. v.... Klnu-- hail a. her hauie School will dismiss Wednesday afterMisses Margs- - noon until Monday (or Thanksgivingguests last week-enrot Neal and Ruby Cress, of Dan vacation, The rhoppie look forward to this ville. Miss Margaret Kllibtt sint one vacation and will put in the time killday in Danville shopping last week. ing a few rabbits. We were delighted to have at our Says chapel exercises Wednaday morning Rev. Hart, aad Mis Rev. Bourland, Mis War-rinWarriner. of Danville. aang for us and Mr. Hart gave In a speech assailing the men who a splendid talk. We hope that they are trying to handicap the enforcewill honor u with another visit. ment of the prohibition law, Mr. Roy A. Haynes, Federal Prohibition said: "A few aehtsh souls The last Thursday of November haa been set aside as the day upon In pursuit of a drink or a dollar wHI which wo are to give thank to God. make mere noise than the whole AH over the world this day is being Supreme Court of the United Statea hold holy by peapt worshiping and In session." Mr. Haynes gave full attention to praying unto tied, for Mia blessings the difficulties of law enforcement, an ua, another Thankaglvlag day. continued: k., 'This year the Preaideate praclama-tia- n and ri--- ,,, ! . i .. m si p ar w ar araassiBBBayasaBajg) eontatns a new note and that U. "In paining, however, It ia wo ta .Tha Wsftbaaapo lata faaper-ta- tf ffVff rwaa(iaa wa vra sFaHaaFiaf tCa For Holiday d Miss Christine Preston was in twea shopping Monday. Mis Jennie Matthews visited Mrs. Walker Hurdette recently. Mis Laverne Whlttaker has been visiting Mi Mattle P. Cobb. Mrs. Alice Raney was with her mother, Mr. Belle Snyder last wank. Mr. and Mrs. Lige Bolton vieitod Mr. and Mrs Hobart Grow Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Edd Meberley vieiUd Mr. and Mrs Lewis Simpson Sunday, Miao Francis Lang wa a visitor of her father, Mr. R. P. Long mat HaynM er 'TrakiUtioa Work." week. Mr. WUHe P. Long and wife have been visiting relative at Buehepe recently. Mr. and Mm. WahW BurdaMa tertained Mr and Me. Lige lion nnd sen, Holman, Sunday. Mr. ' en- u-i- ej rOj -- asaaBBjBsasarwagj ehv T (tsr!. aad.ksv.ksa.bii: MH aaw uN Mr. Tivia Presto an Mrs, Now by and children ware with Mr. R. H. Preston and fany(8ady. Mr. and Mrs. Mate Qpaw Isata been recent visiter of Mb. .Uffg 4J .1 stsH'sMkMsWa' thoaisHves far a by two haHdarey Tbanawa af Mas aaaia aad- - Pri- - tUUu aap Bfp sg -- -i -- i tassa paaswoa) i awfargi At- gffffwy j oh set as- -b bt abat Goad Jahea are mighty few, a gkl Taaaj aa w eas,lsVUI -i avs t avwriawvf1- aA ,1uhi fcaaa a gggggggi aaaagaHgi j j!, jawlVwrrJ - ta rgaj Ikgi gfagBBBgaBBgr rgggg aaraasa af vl IWt8"' l Mem. 4V' Mr. and frfgfkgateasAJ p I wwTvaBBwva Water BailiHi aa aawMaV' it , ggap gf a4so Mr. a sd s akdjrt Caatar aaai fjg Mm 0 ak aWkMBaa-- V iaw i . waasa ..