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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): December 1, 1921 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1921 cen1921120101_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): December 1, 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. fNIRTT iicomb I LANCASTER. KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON, DECEMBER I. 1921. reaton. Circuit Court promptly at ! game Monday morning, with a large crow.L chief of which thr objector give that LET'S MAKE GARRARD 100 PER Ju.t before the foot their MILLION POUNDS MORI. SIGNED brtwrrn lj.nca.trr and llarrodvlturg In attendance which I alway true "the member depend upon CENT INSTEAD OF 82 PER afternoon, when Circuit Court and County lodge to take them to Heaven, rather III on la.t Wr.lnr.day cessful Season. Nomination were made In tunny Itrv. Hurt, who Court U in (Jarrar.l County on the than placing their membership in a CENT. conducted thr revivThe curtain fell on thr Lravcll of the counties of the hurley district al at thr Chri.tian church, name day. The following (irund church." Thi i on erroneou Idea, Saturday nf thr tobacco growers a had held Iat Wednesday afternoon, nnd the two team, together with Jury wn .elected and wom and nn.l entertained only by those who Acting upon the advice of the the Lancaster III School Foot llnll candidate for delcgnte to the the tpcctalor. aenible III the lilid retired to the (irand Jury room and are wholly Ignorant of thr traching County Chairmen, the Organization conventions which will select .lb- - of the lield where he raid a few Wrrr inntrurtrd a to their ilutie by of fraternal nocietle. train trottnl off tho flrld and were Committee of the Tobacco Marketing In thr lirnt plncr, every lodge, or Icrlarfil In Im the winner over thr tin- - director of tin Hurley Tobacco word, relative to the boy, llrnjamin Honorable (irren Clay Walker. Coun- Association agreed to open the door Aoclatlon. Kavanaugh. who would not br in the ty Attorney. llrr.,.l.l,iiri. ..vm l.e tlx- - rim- - of iGrowrr nt leant eyrryone of which we have to allow a many a enre tn sign and rlrrtinn rom- - game th(. j The distllbutlng uny knowledge i founded upon j iu Grand Jury. owing tn thr fart that lie had and get in on the ground Tin" wa. n ifoo.l gamr i.n.1 wo' mittrr set December 12th, a the the bible Moor, owing to the fact that a many .Ino. Henry. W H. Stottn. (J. M. teaching of the bible, lo.t hi father, and he paid tribute the P"mune. at which the- i to every witne.e,l l.y mail) peclnliim."wiio the long and faithful nervier of Hendemon. llnifhl llerrii.tr. CrorL-- r K"Cr every altar and their tobucro grower were mislead as to will be elected ainc out to chrrr thr Green and- delegateelection will be hrl.l in all j onr of the trachrr. Ml Amanda j Denny, Cecil Unity. J. K. Sutton, ""tine IA opened an.l clo.ed with thr outcome of thin movement It wa Thr to n deemed man cannot Whitr warrior, to victory aii.l to sr.l!..v llr,.,.,l,hi. w It ItorK..,. Kr. prayer. i Wednr.ilay advisable to extend the time u,,,1, r Anderon, who dlrd I ' "'""' thrm lirintr t an end a mnt Mirer- - thr gnme would have brrn called j nest :o..ney. It V llalnton and Jno. fraternal organization i nle.n he i a until December 10th., at which time Thi Uhr .llr.rtl.ni of rectlon committer loir but the rrlatilr of both Mr. j jm believer in a upreme being, and thr doom will !() nn.l all who stay-ou- t Iu Kfij M.Mon chn.rri Thr two tram, urrr rvrnly miit. ' composed of thrrr member ami two Kavanaugh and Mi Amler.nu n.kr.l The following petit jury wn, then ,h, '"ll,,r hntlan he I the brter then will not br able to get in lodgemau - makes. None of them thl ed. and a thl closed thr -- ca.oti fcir'y the ""'"ty "rpinuat.on elerte.l and nworu: that thr gamr be played Association. com-ttaught, or there any intimation both rlrvrn.. rach tram wa eager cho.en l.y thr organization It. F. Ilobinnon. H. I.. Arnold. Ilob-'r- '' Itrv. Hart clo'i-with a prnyrr. Thr Hurley district went way over The poll, will l.r .rti from lu,1K' wi take him to and n stated above the few who win. But thr local la.l. oulplayr.l j "Ittrr ert (Jnntineau. Joe Duncan, Hubert tll"t the "'"'"K until :"0 i I the contrary the were left out again have this opporan.) oUtcJa-.- -d it T..,.. VoKf.. Heaven," upon thr visitor an.) won' ' "''I'" Broaddus. th" r"w" ' the ftrriu.on invariably placi-.- ! before tunity of joining. l.y thr score a, given obnve Km.ra.l Clark, W. C Wyim. Wm. church ' voir Mr. Motile llroaddu. aged 77 On.tott. W A. Henderson,.!. L. Trib- - th' ,0,,'--'' ,,v,'r' ''mber I rncour-- ! Unca.t.r III eho.e to receive thr 'T 1,;J,"t m pemon or by mailing (.arrard County ha. already gone ' year, willow of thr late T I., llroad-ill- l. ble. Hay.len Leavell. Low ery the "'lentify himself with the over in tin a.sociation and we trust bull and make the-- r tlrst marker in their Speak. "Knl Ullty. '"'th wrthod divil at hrr home on the Lexing- J. II. Hamilton. Holman llrown, Carl cnurch, nml at lean ... per cent ot '" thr lint thrrr minute of play with that the few who have held out will brilliant rn.l run. ami forwar.l pause ' t voting ''" provided fur in the ton pike at '2 o'clock Wcdnr.ilay af- - Trewitt. K. W. IVrkm. I.oy.l Itoume, ,h"' membership are church membum. sign their tobacco and thu make the contract. are plan 100 per cent strong in Garrard That fraternal organization trrHson. following a hort illnrw. J F. A.Inn... Flovd Corii. Il.i.. r Thr local Hi complrtr.l eleven out " nervier were conducted at .Sander. F. I!. Marknbury and It I.. lol" untohi K00'1' " 0," uho will Instead w" m"'1 t,,',r .luting of thirtrrn forward pa- of 8'J per cent that she ha l'"' " litlon hrr late home at o'clock Thurday ilu rtnn take the trouble to obrrve that part signed. There will not be any drive '"'t thr Kamr Thr visitor madr thrir th,,,r work uhit'h ' 'owmlttrr in thrir cotiniy . a, to afternoon by llev. K M. Tlmler and to' made, according to Judge Lewi I.. mark. r of two point whrn thry fare The petit Jury wa then dim...ed "f ,,l,n- oommlttrr by thr Umr thr K It. Itnurlnnd, after which her re-- j to return ,h' wurl'' ,lt '"'B'"' r, thr Krrrn ami whitr ko) hrhlmi again to dutv on Thur-la- y. Walker, who i County Chairman of 0,1 !' Tak'' tm' two fading organiz.t- - the organization, but, anyone "wishing main were interred m the U.nca- In- -P' All criminal cavn were called and thrir own j 1,,,r l)iU, thrjf annot l.r trr cemetrry the 0.1.1 Fel- to sign thr contract may do no " lloth tram. thrralrBr I M"rtlH? net for trial Thum.lay afternoon, at l,on5' "" at the Thr Manan Mr. Itronddu i .urvn.-- by onr 1 :30 o'clock. lows: maintain an1 county hendimarter or rral tlmr, but at thr ;iiMint-i- l timr fntid. re their Thr rl.tloiM. rmmlttrr ih rach daughtrr. Mm. Wm. Lear, with whoml The following civil en..- - were ,all. (rph"Ji Ho""1 ' Loui.villt- - and the precinct thr otlrnlr tram woubl Mrrnk-thchairmen. made hrr home, and two halfj ed and set for trial: c i.exingion; in wu" r,,'ow'' an.l hol.l for .low in. Thr following cHinty will crrtlfy thr vnlr fur rach Member of the warehouse com com-trMr Jennie Murphy and Mr. xhef' lwo ""titution are more than mittee are busy with the problem a- ciuullilolr to thr orBmiUat.on iter. S. (I. Vaugh. v. 'lineter Flour iol.titutr.l thr lit..- up fur LancWmtlfolk, of Lexington i..n.i-.Mill, u- - a n.,1. ..f ..i 'x hundred children, li'ft by decea- - presented by the few warehouse nn.l thry all playnl thrir uual nilttrr To Mr Mailed, Mr Itroaddun wan a .Irvoiit Clirin-tinof the two order.1 I..' Coldiron "l '"cniher K.M..I nam.- - of foot ball llratton. (.. 7th, day. Dec. 5th; J which have not yet agreed to -- HU will br maitr.1 to rach of a life long member of the Chrin. (iajtinrau. V . Al.lri.licr and Moorr, ' v. I. .V N.. wth. day, Dec. lith; li. Thc.--e children arr clothed and fr.l close their plant pending the perma'w,hI tii.n church She wa wulrly u,',,l,() d w" (iuards t rutchlirl.l. Wl.ott. Tarklr II. IIaton vn. The Kxpre Co. .V (! comfortably, a comfortably a the' nent organizations, and hope to work throughout thr county an.l a M. I'attrmon. etc.. Hth. day. Dec. 7th; average child, arr educated and prr-- " "'"tract an.l rxtra copir. will Kobinon, (i. M , ami Aiiilrmon, Kml. out all these problem. by the time gen. 'rally hrlnwil woman, an.l her Frank Harwick vs. A X. Ksten, 10th pared to battle successfully with the r",,,,l' " ' on ami Cochran lookr.1 aftrr th.-'ready for business. l,n fommittrr, jb that thrrr will br death l the occn'lou of dcrp sorrow day, Dec. Sth.; T M Arnold v. world when they are thrown uponj the association is on temporary opera-Ho- n l.acKtlrl.l The committee I'l'-of ,,"",,, ln "n "f-- aitinng hrr widr circle of fnrrnl nn.l lame Itnhin.on, Pth. day, Dec. 7th ; their own resource. N"5.r i their Thi. cIom-.- I a mo.t MKc.-u.fnn- is preparing data - it. .1 Long vs. Aaron Simpson, 1th religion training neglected, they of the director, when for the ue to votr to rvrry tolmrco ar.iiamtanro. -- on for thr Ijinca.trr Hi rlrvrn. elected, no diMrict have the very bent opportunitie Thry playr.l 10 Kamr, winning .'! .lav. Dec. llth. : Trunk St.oofianiuri that they shall be fully informed of Tm' 'b'l'-Kaa,om" thU Unt'' br pri- " onr and lo.ini: thr. r. and u v. I anra.ter Flour Mills, et al. I'Jth. the situation throughout the district Krcrnibrr 12th. will T"c promoter of these in.tttu before thry are called upon to wr have -- aid brforr thru thr column i'"nr tnih J..tTr... Wl.ittL..r v. Mr. Amauila llraxle) Amlrr.on, .lav. I r 'U'tricl in dutrict - lot',,,, cl tion are striving all the time to im- -' .f thr Krcord wr would not haMtheir ilutie. mr.il Ml year, wife of Mr John An-- ' J. A. Anion. Mth. day. Dec. 12th.; tho.r thrrr had wr l.rrn ablr to convrntion. which probably will br demon, died at thr family homr in John Wytin' F.xom. vs. J. A. Hu- jirove them in every poible way,, Primary Elections December 12th. primanr., Or. j l.rxington Turn.iay, follovsing a brief thi end in order to provide hai- - our rruular llnrup a mr t,M, thr ,,J' "f,,,r Primary election in every county bert, I Oth. day. Dec. Sth.; J. L Cold-iro- and to thr men wrrr out of thr garni- - br. Kniwtlon ManaKVr Jo.rph I'moh. illnr of pnrumouia. After funeral James Cox. DavU, Agent, fundn for thi purpose, the Masons in the hurley district that ha signed v. rainn,,"u 'al'1' cauir of studir.. up it. tobacco to the Hurley Tobacat the grave by her pator, Kth. day, Dec. Oth.: A. F. Sander vs, have just about completed the -- aid Mr l,a"onn-nthat rrporti nervice ing of an endowment fund of $1,- - co (rower Thu yrarN tram ha not b.- -n u Ave. .Milo .Simpton, t.'lth. day.Dec. lL'lh Association the p..! tor of the Woodland ftiuntim Miowrd 0M onr man tram. a. thry h.ur all fr,," "n ut The c.,uity were not et for 000'0,,' were called for Dec. 12, 1021, by the Chrintian church, Lexington, her re- -' w,1'rh hilprd rach othrr to win ami win,,nat nu,tr ,ha" a million pound, of main, were laid to rent in the family trinl. but neveral important ca-- e. on ,ar u,,,, of r'00.000. ' districting and election committee. aMf'1 ,0 th" "'ready n(r" fair, and l.lavrd a hard iraint- - rach ! miStv iiL fif th iLiVitf uhlnli vast sum are to be devoted to the Every' grower in the district will be lot In the I.ancater cemetery. w commodious .,uar- - mailed a ballot on which will be n week and ihould thr Sportinc K.litor riKl rd up to thr a.ociatioii nn thr Ilenidi- -. her aged hunbaud, Jlh. are teady to be tried will be heard b,,',,,1,ni; of of thr Itrrord pick "An All Km Hot day of thr rropcuini; of thr . Anderson i nurvive.l by four .laugh-- ' and dispo-of by the court at ten and providing for the better care list of the name of men nominated , ,, r '"cre.ng numoer o. cnancr lo tucky Iliith School Tram" nr would ' ,,l,ok' ," as delegate from his county, with ter. Mm. W. It. Marm. of Knox-- , time during the term when the jury ' w;,n1-1 m,r Joi" rrfrr you to ltncattrr IHkIi ville, Trnn., Mr. Ita.con. of Kan- - i not engaged in trying case. a number of blank space on the In Krntucky, Ohio and Indiana i In addition to tin the Maons own ballot in which he may write the nan. Mm. T M. llrowning aiut Mm 'rountir thrrr niKnaturr wrrr ob and maintain un Old People' Home nnmrs of othrr person in cane he RcCOVeriltff Prom Andemon, of l.rxington. tainrd Saturday, and in Wrrt Vir- - llettir nt Shclbyville, Ky and the Odd t'p until a frw yrar ago whrn OpcrfttlOn. Kima, which ha had no opportunity they moved to Lexington, thi pplcn-di- d Just a the ray of the sun began Fellow n like institution at Kmin-euc- desire to vote for others than tho nominated. to join o far, a Mrclal cainpaik'n peep over the hill the life of Mr. Ky.. where Indigent and infirm family were life long renident to .The elections in the various counThr ho.t of friend of Mr J II. will br conductr.l thr comiiiu- - wrrk, Karnest C. Hibbard msed into the member of the order may have jrood ties will be held by sections, comllournr, our popular county clerk arr 'which will br Ird by Clifton ltodr, of Carrnrd county, where they are Great Beyond, o'clock this at iilraril with nrwi from Panv lie that acting with Hon. Kllmtt Northcutt, widely ronnected, and a legion of Thursday morning, fourhaving been a home and tender care in their old mitters consisting of three member ',, llournr L rapidly he and inllnn day. join in deepest norrow- at the Mr. friend choen by the county organization rrcovrrini: of Huntington, who L for panning ulTerer from a malignant .liease Xor i thi good work confined to In each uf the counties. Including nf thin nplendld woman, and from a rrcrnt operation at thr ho. j I .thru county, .' in which Huntington, these institutions, they were simply the county chairman, an.l two other pilal thrrr, and expert to return', their incere ympathy to the of the ktomach. llarbourvillr and Milton arr Mtuatrd. extend Mr. Hibbard was a young man of taken a an example: the Knight of bei chosen by the organizantrickeu family in their great home ahortly t Wanlrd W.l Virginia In sterling quality an.l was jut in the! I'ythia, the F.Ik, Kagles ami many member. . tion committee of the association. Chairman Northcutt in.l.trd that the reavement prime of life, being thirty-niyear othem are punuing splendid work Meet Went Virginia grower br giwn a Growem may cust their ballot perold, a better citizen, a hard yvorking along the same line, all to the end sonally by handing them to the eleccharier to join. Ill car the aociation man, a truer husband and fattier that the orphan may be cared for Resume. Mm. F.lfcn Arnold died it her home never lived than he. He united with and the old people may have good tions committee or may mull them to obtained the 7T per cent neces.arv The "Cottage Prayer .Meeting." to mnk(. k,( without We.t Virginia, un Danville street at U o'clock Wed- the Itaptist church in hi early boy- home and good care in the evening the election committee o that they will reach the committee by I o'clock which were inaugurated l.y the ladle. ,M.jnK roln1,,., nesday morning, and after funeral hood .rays and was a faithful mem- of their live. M wUh on the afternoon of election day. Dee. . ,m1.ju of Lexington .treet. and which were , , . grave, conducted by ber, nlwny willing and ready to service at the c,lml,aiKI, n,.(. Can you conceive of better work,! 12th. upen.Ied during thr pro.- .tf i ,h.,t , wlm.,, uUo ul her pastor, llev. l'nce T. Smith, of serve hi Iod. ny a more i nristian worK imoue.i The polls will be open in each the protract.-.- ! mertlng at thr ChrU-- 1 . the Methodist church, her remain ,.uU,lty ,)f M:lalM) aij,lllliMK Mr. Hibbard married Mis Anna spirit than thi? county at 7 o'cock in the morning church, will br rr.umrd thl.,,,.,,, wllIl.h Krow, ni,,,.nij,i,. llUr. wetr interred in the Lancaster ceme- Oaks, of thi city, on Nov. 1.1th, 1117 Then before you criticise or speak will close at 4 o'clock in the afweek. Their regular meeting will ,,y 0i,acco. Mrs. Ar- and to their union were born two harshly of these people or their do- and tery Thursday afternoon. committee be held thi Kriday evening at 7:110 Som( fou.,,,,.,,1,, ohlo lacked children, who together with hi aged ings in the future, take the trouble ternoon. The election n,ian., nold at the time nf her death in ouch county will count the vote o'clock at the home of Mm Clinton uUo llri. ,u ,lllVl. camluiKI)!, ,,r,.vjou but one day being 7 .'I year old. She mother and sinter. Mm. K. It, Ituy to inform yourself accurately a to certify the result to the organillattlu to thr final clor nf thr intonation' had been an invalid for four years, are left to survive thi true ami dear Just what they are doing, and you and zation committee of the association. book. Mrccniber KMh. and Orgiinl- - jiind her death followed a troke of husband, father, son and brother. . will no doubt be ! severe on your Ilcstde. the ballot sent to each of OlOrK VltltS ration Manager al. he paralysis nuUVred but n few day ago. Mr Hibbard wa a member uf criticism. the 40,000 grower who have signed She wa the widow of thr late both the I. O. O. F. and Masonic Thr itork viitrd the home of Mr. ) M' ctr.l that thr limit retllt likely Jost-pthe contract, additional ballot will II. Arnold, who preceded lodge, of thU city, ami they will 'f clone to '.to per and Mr, llenjamin Wood, on Pan.1 ouM b' a "''-Give Them be sent to ench of the county elec grave neveral yeasr ago. condiiet tin- - fonrml h.reii.. nl tin. crop, if it doe not vvni ot her to the ville ntrert Friday morning and left ,,mt ,,,' Kut full game. Foot tion committee, so that all who ign ceed that ligure. She in nurvive.l by three children. grave tomorrow. (Fri.lav) afternoon.) thrm u dainty little Mi.. IU"1 Nsu ,,i,V4' r,'a'1 ubout up their crop during the next fifteen ' not eonrim-.- i to the Mm. Nellie Taylor, of thin city, ami at I o'clock. ,',r Ilurial will be in thej Mother und babv line un. i 1 ,e oom " u,m oul " day may have opportunity to vote ,,n of drr the can- - of "Crandma" Wherlrr. Il"t of ""I'l'niitrd delrgatr. however, j.Mcr. Knlph and James Arnold, be- Lancaster cemetery in ciiaie, ami wr rruu auoui me n in the selection of delegate to the h' uff'ch'I hal .South Carolina Mr Arnold while lieu I Imn.llng out the cigar. I n th,'' "'"' ttr,l' u district conventions. Kentucky lot the name of any persons they fore her marriage was Minn F.liza The little Ml. ha hern chn.trlird Gar- team and teams, the All Southern The delegate chosen in the priService Men the All American eleven, prefer a delegates, whether nomi- Anderson of thi county, a mster of Dori Lee. our in I ml wander back to the Ijiii- - maries Dec, 12th will select the .Mrs. Thompson Arnold, Mm. Ilettie nal e.l by the committee or not. County, the High School Foot Hall team, director at district meeting i caster Lan.lram, and Mr. K. W. Morrow, of School which ha just cloned a most sue- - date for which will be announced thi city and Mr. Kalph Arnold, of Lose Pony. later. and grand See your parent ..a. n. i. Oklahoma, all of whom survive her. The next nut-tinof the American Horace and Shelton (lulley had the parent a thry went to nchool in John McJ,oUru of u. ,lrm of Jr Mr. Arnold wan a lifelong mem. Subscriptions tho day gone by, when they were minfortune to lose their saddle mid ber of the Methodist church, and wn M gioi. ot ne ne a. anniom roi. Mcnobu. Ung Stori. acU.j a, ,hc driving pony lat week, due to spinal Ma atJh, taught to the tune uf the hickory Athletic Director of the local team a consecrated Christian woman. Subscriptions taken to all maga"(inind-dnddy- " Komnn r . Hal in Lancaster, ky.. ruesduy tick. This aide splitting show will meiiegitis, whilo zine a moft eXfren, The family ha the sympathy of night. Dec. t.th. at 7 MO I . M. Thi and periodicals. I'aul Morrow. r in relie given at tho school auditorium on offered them hi LrxingtoiM-aCarrit.r ani Mr, VVo(i Mr ajU4 the entire community in their I n very Important meeting and all wi,mot the evening of Dec. IMh., for thr turn uf same but they very graciof their tjn() HnJ The Junior Aid Society of the service men of (.arrard county aru ,, benefit of the "Near Kait Relief." ously refuseil it. ,tan of the Ilaptlst Church will have a doll sale urgently re,ueted to be present. , Come help u iood cause and get connrcon Saturday, December .'Ird., at I. It. Thf. workw We will exchange fur Lumber, any Luncheon Man. wi l be discussed at this mft-t- your money' worth in laughter. wUh th Fjieu . ,o( Unf4lU.r William's store. of thr following makes of second,u " 11 ,nKl Z V Schools and we cannot give them too hand cars, all of which are In a one fill out compensation papers for to t There, will be an Oyster Supper at muih for the work that they condition: Oakland touring, OverThe wives of the officer uf the thr disabled service men of Rarrard did for the team. Manse School House Saturday niyht, Chevrolet touring, Lancaater Christian Church gave a and also make arrangements for a Household and Kltoka furniture, land touring, Our hata are off to you, gentlemen,' Dec. 3rd. Everybody invited. of MIm Amanda Andarwn Satur- Dixie Flyer1 touring, Ford tourinf, luncheon at the Kengarian Saturday "get together banquet" to be held for your faithful services well rea "swap" some WANTklD: To day afttrnoon, at 2:30, Dec. . 1921, Roadster or truck. Prefer lumber In honor of Rev. Hart, who closed a before the Xmas. holidays. dtred. good horse and work mules for It la the wish that every service at her late residence on Maple to be J x Vs and 2 x 8'a. If inter- most successful nee tin at the ChrisHaselden Bros., Last week for assessing city prop- Lumber. avenue. Mrs. M. M. Miller, Admix. ested, phone Itaselden Bros. Garage, tian Church in this city on Sunday man in Garrard county will use every' Lancaster, Ky, II. C. Hamilton, Assessor. erty. Lancaster, Ky. night. effort to be present. It. yd. GARRARD CIRCUIT SECRET TOBACCO ASSOCIIMPRESSIVE LANCASTER HIGH TOBACCO ORGANIZATIONS CEREMONY COURT OPENS ATION OPENS ELECTION WINS THE LAST DOORS. GRID GAME Date December 12th. Held On Gridiron Be- - With Large Crowd In A Brief Insight Of What District M.inf. w,u They Are Doing. Capt. Cox And His' & Attendance. Time Extended Until fore The Game Last And These Ho Chosen Then, Many there arr who are "agin Judge t'harle A. Hardin opened, Wednesday. String Of Green And ' Midnight, Dec. 10th. the o'clock lodge," and for various i i J White Close A Suc- Will Choose Directors Later ball ' j 'l' li-- h- o I d ,.,.. "' '"'' '''"' PP-rc- ',,, 'f" 0','' r, Ht I com-pani- con-urrte- " ,,', l'tty " 1 l' tlc-iU- ll"n Anderson dir.-cto- n I ca, 1 """"' Hibbard. e, - , "CotUgc Prayer ings" To x Arnold. Ca-tla- n j ,, ... Lancaster. Credit. "l Of District rard Attention. m; (0,l ,,, - Public Sale. At Hotel Kng arlan. crt-di- Th Central Racord, LancMttr Ky. Thursday, Dec . 1 , 1 92 1 . PARTLY FILLED SILO GROWERS Have Chance To Sign Committer On Elections Directs Thai Fifteen Days Be Given lnWMeh Outsiders May Come In And Join The Association. j IS DANGEROUS PLACE Not In Pool Will R. C McROaERTS, Lancaster, Kentucky. S,821t Turn Machine Blower on lefore Attempting to Enter. Kentucky-are Scrub Sires Checking Progress Of Dairying Lexington, Ky., The dairy Indus-tr- y in Kentucky will make slow until the percentage of purebred animals reportetl In the ll'L'O census is increased, according to J. J. Hooper, head of the dairy department of the College of Agriculture, Census figures iihow that only 1 H per cent of the tirl,70 I dairy cattle in the State are purebred while only 1(1 per cent of the ".GOS dairy bulls being used in herd of the State are purebred. "This Is a lamentable condition that will hold the dairy industry ot the State in check at long ns it continued to exist," .Mr. Hooper iaid. "If the State is to go farwurd at rapidly a. poMlble in the dairy business the 84 trade and scrub bulls in every' 100 must be replaced by annual of better breeding." According to the census figure the pro-gre- ss Number ef Accidents Occur Each Owing to Cartlrasneit and Ignormales and IS mules; Guernseys, ance of Methods cf Removing females: Holstcin. tilt males and Deadly Cases. males 1,00.1 femalesj Jerseys, (1U kr Hi. I'nHt.l si.l.a l'.rtlm.sl and fi,H08 females; miscellaneous il'i-.f At tKullur. I 108 males nnd 11U females. Turn the miitlilne blower on and Organization of county uiltiiils at IrnM i lene It on purebred dairy sire associations before mi) one Is ermltted ii enter t nte Ibis rule as suggested by the extension divi- a parti) lilted lh l likely to ! sion of the College of Agriculture Is followed, tin- - illl dead men, n) Ibr fulled 8lale Is filling an important place in helping farmers of the State replace the Ivpurtmcul of Agriculture. Anminlly fatallHe Kciir aiming scrub dniry sires on their farms with farmers and tbelr heler n n reult of better breeding, accordanimals of the workmen lilrrltitf InilMiHrd ing to Mr. Hooper. At the present sllu after the demit) mil"'ii mtilioxlih' time there are five such associations gnes lime Iniil h limine In areumti in the State whose 'J 60 members nre tale dlreetly abme the frehly ill lied itm. A few dn) n ko two Illireceiving the benefit of well-bresires at a comparatively small cost nois farmer woie killed and another ll bk li by means of the plan. was tendered erimil) , Campbell, I'ulton. laurel, Whitley, . , purebred cattle in distributed ns follow six male Ayrshire, nnd 14 ft, Vr t! fr n-- d -- and Taylor counties already have sociations and plans are being made to carry the work Into additional counties as rapidly as poibte. as- THEY WERE CROOKED NOW THEY ARE STRAIGHT .My Shoe Heels were so crooked and Sole so worn that I could not wear them any longer. After taking them to MAULEYS WILSON Shoe "capital and !eaintr them for one day, thej tame hack good as new. Ntwly Constructed Silo Door Should Net Bt Wdod Into Plac Ugtd Nttdcd to Prevent Waste of Com Waste Straw And CAre Rich In Plant Food, sometimes go back into manure contain four time as much nitrogen, two to three tmes as much, phosphorous anil about four times as much potash as manure. Similar! Fertility contained in straw, corn things are true in regard to the high I ' stover and other crop residues will nmnurinl value of residues of these soil as much as that purchas- - various crops left in the field at liar-e- d benefit J in the form- - or commercial fortili-- j v,.Jt tiu, er provided careful attention inK commercial fertiliicr valua-- , j given to these materials and care tak- - , jon (or pant fooli ton 0f corn en to :;e that they arc placed on thoj stover contains a little more than soil where the plant food may bejj5.n0 worth of plant food, a ton ofj itntilizod, soils and crops specialists c0Ver more than $7.00 worth, a ton. say. Nearly 1,000,000 tons of straw 0f traw amosl $5,00 it ton of aver-an- d 1,500,000 tons of waste corn ,.,. fnrm manure nearly $.1.00 worth.' stover which an-- not consumed as Jn vjt.w o( tn,,M. fnrl, jt js mp0r-- ! feed become n part of the manure tant , keeping up the fertility of , iirmliippil nnd constitute an imnor. '. .1,.. ..... -I" niv stilt tu vviisrur tuiv 11 ; iiiuv-- ' in keeping up the yields ratlivr than burn them in the field! tant fnctor on Kentucky farms, according to It. or otherwise allow them to go to K. Stephenson, soils specialit at the wate, and loe nil of the organic ' matter together with most of the College of Agriculture. That the abundant use of these nitrogen which they contain, as bedding does not reduce j jK to .jr. Stephenson. When e value of the manure produced i t.rythliig is plowed under the n by the fact that 11 ' m of straw ,,,t )0M m fOUl takes place and contains as much nitrogen, nearly asj,ur), needed orgnnic matter is h phosphorous nnd more than 01 to the soil, twice as much potash a a ton of; Optimistic reports continue to manure. Stover is even richer, con- s taining one nnd times float out from the arms conference, as much nitrogen nnd twice as much but up to date none of them appear potash as manure. Stems ofj to have exactly lit. ' Stov- - i uf um"s uch a c,ovtr ""' "! Hie, us sruM-In- . wMili ri rii-n- .i'mm.-inu-lnr- i m dHiic'ritus cn-es ioIiioiih il diitliiK ili tniu-ehuh ij tli previous day. Souif time elapi-- i ainl when he ilH lint come mi', another of the bunds h Neither re tended lulu the "II". npprnred. tliinicli Ihe other worker" to Come sbntited t them down. IVHrins an seeldnit. the farm owner lo. lie aim tlimll ellmhrd Into the ! liiunr-.ll.ill fitrreoiiie by the NiWiiinu fmii" nnd only the fuel fiillnwed him. forced open Unit oiber ihe ettrn llo doors and fsrrUd him Into the open ulr saveil til life. The two nther men were surTocatrd t entered u half nileil war ta this in- f the fsriu workmen 'ifinit sllii ublrli hml beia t ii'fl ' laiBHliiiiHBBrBiM l.extncton, Ky., Nov. 23- ,- In orin tlie der tli.it every tobacco urnwer hurley district, who lins not bad nn opportunity to sljtn the contract of the Hurley Tobacco (Jrowcrs' to-- 1 Association berettifore, operative may have a chance to Join the asso- -' ciation and pledge his tobacco crop to it before the association nnnlly clovs its books, the committee on elections today directed that these men be i;iven opportunity to sljrn before the callinc of the elections for the choice of delenates and director. The time set for the sleninK up by these outside crow era has been Right NOW it the time to buy your Christmas fixed for the llftreti days between presents. Our line it now unbroken and you can 10th. N'ovmber 25 and I let ember Imve FIRST PICK. The decision to reopen the books for You can choose your preacnU now nnd we will the benefit of those who have not yet siuned is contained in n letter ict them aside. You can pay for them when you Manager sent today by take them. Joseph I'assonnenu to the county Our drug (tore ia the place to buy your Christ-m- a chairmen in the district, as follows: gifts. You can get presents for everyone and Ky . Nov 1!2! 'LextiiKton. a little money buys beautiful, useful gifts from us. Dear Sir: Come to US for it. s you know, there nre a Inrue. number of tobacfo growers who for some reason or other, failed to sign! t'ti marketing contract prior to S'ov-- j ISegartlless of what ember l.'illi. that reason was, it seems to be tht The National Health Kxposittou, j compln.l .v Dr A. T McCersnack. belief that thtw men shuubl be giv- comprising the greatest collection of, Secretary of the State Hoard of en an opportunity ta sign the con-- ' health exhibits from all parts of the Health, learned that at least a year tract before the primaries for tbej world ever before gathered together, should be added to the average f.ec'ion of delegates are hebl. will be held in the Jelff rson County life by careful living and 'The committee on elections has, Armory, in Louisville. Feb 1st to healthful practice I oted that fifteen days should be I'.'th, urrording In conjunction with the Kpti-tion- , tu definite given for the -- inning up of these! dates just decided on. the United States Public Health The time chosen is' outside men. This exposition, which will be the Service wll hobl the Public Health from Saturday morning. November1 Institute here and the Kentucky city Jfi, until 12 o'clock Saturday night. fourth of Its kind ever held, will bej umirr tne iirectlou 01 tnu unucii and county health officers will open j December 1 0th. their annual conference In Louisville, "I believe that everyone who hasj Stales Public Health Service, the State Hoard of Health, the Jefferson at that time, as will the Kentucky not signed the contract should be Hoard of Health, and the Public Health Association. otTered the opportunity to do so. County With the opening of'olfices in the Louisville Health Department-LouisvillWith a little additional ctrort on the ...... Ut ,k ...... I l. been resting serene- State Hoard of Health llullding, inhas l... l It IV ji.lt I'l' vitations are being sent to health slide to make the association 9I peri ly In the belief that its health was good; that the various kinds of dis- organizations in all parts of the cent strong during thoe fifteen world to have exhibits in Louisville ; eases which each day take their toll day." were Just in the natural order of Kxposition. "Very truly yours, Invitations alio are being nt to Then it got u rude awaken j things. "Jiweph I'ad-ieau- , ing when the report of the recent) the Indiana State Hoard of Health "Organiiation .Manager sanitary survey by the Woman's City; nnd to orgamition In neighboring asking them to participate If .Mr Harding continues to keep Club, showed that eighty per cent of states Keep smiling, but don't contract his mouth shut he may slide Into his the cases of sickness were prevent bie an w 'h he al I of statistics. that silly grin that won't come . (I tory as the fellow who didn't say it biiihbI .''"iarV McRoberts Drug Store ' ; I e lrl. -- 1 .,,.. , ( ' accord-materia- ev-th- small-show- pat add-muc- , three-fourth- Gifts For EVERYBODY a Appropriate and seasonable remembrances for the lj) jrown-upGood things to eat for the (j Christmas dinner Toys for the children. s. i number of accident of thN kind MViir. due largely to euro- 1,. ..!,- nml Icnoraiue of the proper method of etadlentlug ibe daii(rroii The preteuthe measures nre simple uliil I'Ulrlint and, where the) are fnlluwed there Is tin danger. No workimm hould eer enter a tfirlly lllleii silo, after the ranslliil .urn tin had nn opKirtimtly to demcmoxide enrhim enp piilxinim ga-initiiikhi. mull the mnrhliii' blower hns hien lnrliil. The freh air dilutes Mini trotter llm nlmovloii-sn- .i to the eitent that they ate rendered harmle, After the blower liB iemted for two mlnutea, been it Is ierfeetly Hfe for the workmen to enter Aimiher pn-- huiIimi whiih should he prartbed rellgloiily is net tn wedse the oils liMr Into place mini Ihey lire needed to pretent the Sliiliv wnte of Ihe eli'lleil cnril. fanners follow the practice of plac lug inot f Ihe tlfmr before any great ii'iinunt of corn l cut mid depo-lte- tl "fn'e elr III Ihe silo. Tills prewnt eiitntlon of nlr tlinmcli the t.llo which n urn. eperates to fnor the iicciiniu ejrhnu motioxtde and other In ton (!)! deadly of llo caes. Cm li j ear. jmiiiHmiaiitnTfnt. !. '.uMBiKszr tes. ls ihnouncing es brld "firs Stc THIS great Tire Company costs. This store xvtr.ssa. rem with of tire stores cx tunc! iny from coait to coat now oflerti motor oar ownurh here, troniondous snvins in tirn DISCOVER NEW BLACKBERRY I :) Sptciss Nearly Tour Times Larger Than Garden Variety Has Been Fcund In Celcmbla. peele is n unit in the biggust chnin of tutuil tire .storus in thcworlti ntul briny.t to you the best tirc possible at the very lowest piices uver quoted for like quality. CANDIES, (;j FRUITS AND NUTS. 1 OUR BIG STORE IS A I y (;) ;; CHRISTMAS I :: I li) BAZAAR OF JOY! si Come in and shop around to your heart s content. We also carry a full line of Farming Implements. U' e sen ror casn you nav ess. ..II 11 nf blarkherry. iieorly four iltaii our cnnleti variety, limes lm been divot ered In Colombia hy nnd Is Im4iic 'T Atnerii'Mn - timeiili-- ulih by tW lfiarllueit of crlniltnre with a lvw Ut dlslrll-U"i to farmers i f 'ld esmntry. 'Pie giant berry vn 11eovnrcd In l'miik II. Cteaiiaiun of Ihe Amerl .an Milium of Niittitnl IIIHiry, In the '( fJiiiiiMn. It n ti,..te fttrfnl I rnualit here In Wlhx.H ritiiiix'. iicrl- rulTnral eJih'rer of lint 'Vimrtmefit and uaiMfst the ('oloiublit berry, nfler the 'if lis orili A larir Why We Can Save You Money on Tires We ufTer iwi KitMt Imvinc It . ' DUNBAR 'Mkh:o c.ooo MICHIGAN C'OKDS 1 3 trnwtiOfMl uir lif hc.'itw of inir Imlawl hutaf lotU one stexe we buy lor out whole chain ul lira lutvs entar ISo I niltsi Mal. Tbua. triurm it mala l tlt laasi UriHttidoiM Uiyr Ulttrias llfps nMd buy Mf. 111 thw .indj. m 11 ' 30X31 Curf,fe. ai1 n.,-- 0 a we SHELTER TURKEYS IN WINTER! Keep Fewrli n &mt' Geed flan Hcuse They Are Expected to Use In Laying Eeas,oti. It . "at ...r l.i , 28.30 u U ta 3', 33itl I 4'"al 2'--- 32.72 ak. NsHc lb uaKtsniK sfwaiak of Coma ttnlky ml uVc this l.iic sale V u will alwa rmHiey wkan you buy tiirs hero mI wl biyttrr nnlc.ac t . filferme. Ltxtk (or twr we ol(r bee titan wliolriks. Conic in amj vtMt mir new Hed F'apnt Tier taera and si wilk us. wiWItw yt aasl tuns how or aasl. IjM im sKusr )nu ame u( the watWtirftd value Wc tm acfju-imlfs- l hm abirm In mu mmI aav ou 2' In aosuc mmi yoM ca.n mru ' im lues tr ot ymr (rout im at tM 40 4s evory lvnlr . 1 1 a l I I Becker 9 & Ballard BRYANTSVILLE, KENTUCKY. tiers tturlnc Ibv winter tiMitHlHi where ifiey nre oMtsl to lay ilHrit; tlu la) Ink rennti. A straw- barn muli a dcidrable slselter for lurfceys dur 'nir the winter eumi and, he4nr Utile w-r- lfH to lHMe lac tur-- I summer, tiinles n tery kullntile plnre for Hie turkeys, to luy and bns'd In. A little fonihoiixht may preunt ihe turkey l.en from ktfa)lri( her nst away M the spring. ii d In Ihe spring nnd-rnrl- mm A CHAIN coy s. SANDERS OF STORES m COAST TO COAST PROP. NX LANCASTER KENTUCKY. . Th Central Record. Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Dec 1 . 1 92 1 Jt American Legion YOU CANT LOSE UECAUSE WE SAY, YOUR MONEY BACK IF NOT SATISFIED, THIS IS WHY WE KEEP THE QUALITY UP, YOU CAN BUY GOODS FOR LOWIiR PRICES THAN OURS, BUT YOU DON'T GET THE SAME QUALITY. Hart Schaffner 8c Marx FINE CLOTHING IN STOCK. Mesi and Young Mem Suits Lal year $5(1 it rial $C0 Mem and Young Mens Overcoats I.jut yciir $11 mi I Mens and Young Mens Suits i.t Mens and Young Mens Overcoats I, t year $- $'0 year $ ,0 an I to -" ii ml $'!.' Thli year S30 6 S35 This year $25 6 $30 This year $20 6 S25 This year $15 & $20 Outfitters for Men and Boys. Ladies Misses and Children Interwoven Hoie. Shoes Sclby Stetson Halt, Wilson Bros. Shirts. Coopers Bennington Underwear. Shoes for laides, Bostonian Shoes for men. HOUSE OF QUALITY. Jas. W. Smith 1 h u' l" POINT LEAVELL. American Legion I. tt!r Minn Jewel Mitchell It wartime fund The I.eii.m will the tick litt . in the immediate Mr Matthew Mitchell 11 e LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. t New!"",""' tn turt.ed over n escaped leopard which terroru-- 1 ed Kantn. fit) Mini Independence, totalliim $1.00(1 the money Ms., wa reported headed for Tar-'"- '' thl. week on buine.. iii.. Amrncan Legion men of the relief of M.k iin.t wounded nty assembled in their clubroom, j men Thank" Mr. Iiavnl hither npent cleaned up the old nnny Springfield clvinii with Mr. Harvey Itotfer at ; The Culled Statin army In. been Hubble used hy the finntiu.id and pre-ltl reduced in number that when the Hared for dcfene of tin- town Mir.t .ella Dillon npenl Saturday reiiie.tid a tiring wa learned then, however, that a Amerieun Leg-ioMi Abbie Todd, Held, Calif., mid Sunday with reward of 150 wa ulTereil fur the imuiiiI frnm ISot aviation in lmcater. capture of the leopanl alive. The the rammanilifti nlTlriT hod to haul Mr. ami Mrj.. tlcnr l"iher .pent (million to tct tin number of Him were tacked anil a Texan rang-l- e ilon II a with home futku. near of the pot et utlt to- - rope tile men reiirid. Tin jdwrtime f per- Thankk'tvini; sonnel I mi acuti that mi'ii mut he Hubble. I still after it. animal. He Ml.. Willie l.ee K ii) Kendall left taken iilf tluly to lilt Mich reiirta. Wcdiiewlay for Wampum. I'a.. where Legion pot of Law. Th American 'n- - American Legion ha. begun) the will enter rhtiol ler, lu., hat completeil a trail. with' Mr. Jt.ie l!oir left tint week the city authorities whereby the ex-- 1 a nation whle rativa. to ileterminet ill, the lat .otdiem act as the municipal lire de - vh 'The French oldlcr killed will for rranklin. Ind., where the will government make her future home. partmcnt ami the city In turn fiirn. action. to fall. erect n monument to the ihe a rluhhouie ami overheail Mr. J. llurnnide and Mum Mrtle for the Legion men. The A l.fgiun pnt at New llaen. Conn , Camphelle. were dinner i:Uit of Mr service men alremly have hail eer-a- t ha. put fowranl the name of Thoma. Kbb Coolie, Thurmlay. J Walpolc . Jr , killed on the morning haptim of fire. llammoiit, who ha of Armistice Day in an otitpo.t en- - I Mr. Taylor n working in llarbountville. It t tho gagemrnt. An exaldirr hat requested ' home for ThanktKiviiikr. Oklahoma American legion to can- Gamaliel, the tilt pouml turkey for( Mr. llradley Coldiron, of New va the country for Ollle Kendall. Harding' Thanksgivingi Mexico, tpent Thiinkt:iviiii: with 140th. Inf.,j I'rrtident former ilouKhboy of the ent from Cry stal friend, and relativet here. 35th Div. "IU wa my buddy in May ilinner, Mr John Anilemon and a iarty ileco. I horroweil a hunch of (Springs, Mi., in a profuu-ITrance. franc, from him once. Winter is j rated crate by the American Legion from jnca.ter were on a huntinc cowing anil he i marrieil ami hat 2of that city 'The whole town of trip to the mountaint the pat week. Mr. and Mm. J. II. T.item ami Mr. children. I know he will nee.l the Crystal Spring turnel out to bid inonry this w inter and I want to pay the bird goodby. Gamaliel' chaper and Mr llarritou Coldiron and fam aim. wherever he it," the nervier inrtttj one to Wahingtnn wat M. II. Daily,' ily, were miettt of Mr. and Mr. Will prohibition director for the tate of' I'arxiii. near Lowell. ) Mitni..ippi Mr. Jame Itoutt made a brief trip Chaunccy M. Dcpew shocked the! ......... to Someiet thit week lu nearch of American Legion of New York the "eaty-.treet,- " but IO.H.1.1 po,t.t in the Ui... tome friend, on other day by appe.rin,: to atk for ..,! wii. told there wat no .treet by that - "f w a. but " u,fhit war service medal. He ; name there. of the world', jrrate.t country are repretented in twenty-a name-kf",rl-- ' U"Nhowever, who,0'"r Prohibition hat proven ipute wat a nupply .erueant in the A. K.I Hut where are the in npott. MT. HEBRON tin the remainder of '.' (PROFITS MADE IN m' POOLING COTTON Four States fr It It e.tlmateil that it will not exceed ft a buie Hanillfm chnrirc, uch a amptiMi;, ueik'huiir. toraKr, etc., are not ini'luded in the entimate made by otTtcial No Olvldsnd. Fear Masa'-li'-' PO no dlvldiids- .- Forboa Organize With Prospect Of Hntire Belt Joining IN U. S. AIDS FINANCING, D.ill.i, Tex.. (...ociated l're..) Chanifet in the cotton marketim ytem are heimr elfected by the Mark,etirii; tirower' now lieinu federated into the Amen-- , can Cotton (Jrowert' FAchniife. ac-- 1 of . Moer, corilini; to C. i It T''l - e - nfter-rfinnr- - V. pot? I'rof Otl. Drown pelit the weekColoraito and Trxa led the li.lt of end with hit parent at Taylomville. by the Ameri. new pott chartered Mr. Chat. Duncan bought of Mr. can l.riioii iluriim the week ended and pm! Hurdett two o Nowmber 18. according to national I ,,,, Pr'r' Kleven pott named! headipuartem. Mm. Delia Scott of Nichol.i-.viUe- ,, luriim the week raited the total to Mm. UMiVL. Other tate to iidd po.tn I the cuent of her iter-in-lawere Kaii'Mi, l.ouitana, MichiKan,' IVachie Grow. Minnetota, Mititippi, Drucon and' Mr. (ieo. Liman, of Decatur, 111... vi.it with hi nephew. and Kd (trow. More applicntiont for membemhipi I rof. J. ti. Ilarrod pent from, Lecioti in Kanai City American Wediietday until with Mi potUt have lieen received nincr the ( unimint at I'reachemville. national convention than In the preceding twelve month. The inmate Mer. Wolfor.l and Walter Scott in the number of Lrtionaite. in and Charlie Crawford, of Nuhola-Kanta- . City u. a re.ult of the con- - ville, were here huntiim Thanktciv xelltioll hat been etiniated at twen- - iimhumlred. .Mm. Nannir Spivy and Mr. Amy MeMilllan rrturnnl to their home in More than .1,000 uneniplo)ed ex- - Louiville .Sunday after a week' vi. will eat t tt with friend here. Nervice men of Chlcimo Christina dinner on "l.lKhtnin" tin. i Mr, trm.ti ,,n. re Mr year. With Fred Stone urtiim coimratulation over the ar manairer and the veteran Frank rv.., of llttl,v Kirl llorl ut, tm. ,7l1( ,.,. cirisU,ni., ui,y llacon a hia allant. the Amen-- j w,, can l.cjiun of Chlcatro i preparumi Mr. and Mm. Hamlet Jennini:, the theatrical benelit dauKhter and ten, and I'rof. Ilarrod, To udvertUr an Aemrican ... ' ,,. , lflt a'll tllll MI lit aHUMM nale for unemployed ruiiilu.uKe hert Hrumllelil at Speamville Mm. Harry II. Hewlitt, wife of Mlt.t Annie lloltzclaw, who ha it prominent phytlclan of .Seattle, here duiuieil Charlie Chaplin raiment and been mihttitutiim in the paraded the atreuta with a aandwich for her sister returned home and Mit Kniina bet;nu the board, ClothiiiK from the runinumr work here Monday. Mute compriiK'il her attire. Mem. WooiUou llryan and Win. The Uwn of Mc.Minuville, Ore., (iodanl, of Frankfort, have just comwanted to add a pulmotor to it lire. pleted the foldintr door in the Mt. itpjipment. When Ilirhtiim the Hebron Comolldatril School buildiim American Legion poit of the town which lire much admired by all who' hail see the work. learned that the department boen compelled to give itaelf as Mr. and Mr. W. - Crow enterto raise money for the ap- tained to dinner Thanksgiving Mi paratus, they turned over half their Jennie Kogcr and Mrs. J. A. Clark, Armistice pay show proceed for the of Danvlle, Mr. Ceo. Logan, tf Depurchase. catur, III., and Mr. and Mrs. Kd Grow With national prohibition an ac- - and daughter, Filda l.ouie. Pennsylvania, - J j. here for Mestm W. ' a I., - ty-fi- ,, The day. of warn are not over frt.otton t0 ,. . ny jV(. t.ottol, ,jrm the implr renon that tlie Hay ot jn ,m. worM ,. (urther Said that man are ttill here. I thit enllnn ten nil ml. I elll- -l ed and ready for immediate delivery. Kvidently the i;oerniueiit of ltn Oklahoma cotton grower have or v.irm it liunnry, time it I arranciim ganization .imilar to the our in Tex-- a all heavy The' piini-.- li to eater. and almo.t u treat in tize and eatem oui;ht to let the iroverninetit j importancr. The Texn Atitociation till up timt ha received to date in the neinhbor-hoo- d of 100,000 bale of cotton, ac-- j cordiim to D, G. Hill, Jr., secretary In pursuance to of the Aociation. it plan to market in an orderly fnh- ion throughout the year only about n. 000 bate have been told o far W ZYl V $200,000 Morr Than Market. M I LiV? Walter l Iroutl ,ale iiianamr ay that he ha been able to obtain As.toci for member of the Texn atlon from two to three cent n pouml more than ttre.it buyer have I that organization. Texat, Oklahoma, Mit.i..tippi and' Arizona are the charter member of the oiraiuzatinii ami aie alt four' ucce.tifully markctinc their cotton through thi year, accordinc to Mr. Moer. "North Carolina ha. completed it Slate orKtitiizatlon and i uld to lie ready to ntnliate." added Mr. Momt. "Uriranization of crow em' aoci-- , aiont it brum rapidly completed in. South Carolina, Ceurjjia, Teiuieee, and Arkanta. while the prelimary'i work it lieiim done in Alabama and' l.ouitiami. Includvr. All Of Cotton Brit. "Ther State include practically all of the cotton area of the United State. Final completion of the or. tcanization of the entire South i. expected before March 1. l'.UL'." Some idea of the magnitude of the movement may be obtained from a .tatemrnt made by Walton IVteet, ecrrtary of the Trxa Farm Bureau in which he aid that the Texat Farm Bureau Cotton Aociation, a inein- ber of the exchange, had a. much Money For Mrmbcrt. The n.t..ociation, according to Mr Trout in tavini: money for it member., through the prevention of amplim; and by properly warehnu.tiim to prevent weather damage The a.tociation cla.inir room art ild to be the Inrgett in Texat and the snider are hanillint; bale a day. from --'.(Kin to Itecounition of the butineu .ttand-iiof the Texa Attociation wa liven by the War Finance Corporation when It lent $15,000,000 to in the movement of the cotton. immediately followed Texat bank after by announcim; an acceptance credit of $1,500,000 and olTcriim a cah loan of $500,000 which Mnce hat increateil to more than $1,000,-00in-si- Srd Nothing to Look Forward To. Laws.iu Have you h:iil yoir tiobw tl'.n: iw...ii Yes, darn A ttt Bosk. lli heart, It will contrive to reach other heart.: are of .m.ijl alt art and author-craf- t account to that. Curlylr. If a book come from Ingratitude Always Monstrous. Ingratltud'1 Is monttroiit; ami for the multitude to be ungrateful were to make a motiMer of the multitude. Shakespeare. Frenchman a hundred yrar agd asserted that English literature the mott varied In the world. It has grown tlmv then, and the lireatuoso nf tlie inheritance In quality anil In qliantlly tt Indisputable. Sidney Iw A (1-- English Llttratur. n 0. j The work cf hamlliim the ineom- iim cotton ha become mi urent that it ha. become necev.ary to have nmht and day hift for the em ploye. One net of clerks gow to work at 7 in the evening and work Many until i::iO in the mornitm. member. of the day force work from H:."0 in the morniim until 10 o'clock l'J5 at niiht. The office employe pemon. Virtea A weultlii letter to the 'Head Master of Oxford 1'liltersltv. In hlei he said: "I'leaa-- t ta whai are jour terms for a yer: snd "III H rot aii.vth'ng extra If me son learn to wrlle a kimhI tisiiit anil roper, a well as to nw Spell -- Weeiiy ImmHV to fiid hi to Knot. irlfb farmer liileiid'n sou to college wrote a Trlegraph. Mny Tani Kamid Chicago. In ndilltluii tlr litfc city on I.nko MkblKmi D.err re llirrr Chlc - Ciihsi(. One Chicago and N In t!r t,,..i, ni n In - of Marlon country AimlliiT l quite s town In Huron oi.nl) olilo; nnd the othar . w li.iut.il, i. unity, lexas. Ilie re In Indiana ant New rtiba. ' Giving 'Em a Sampt. "Ijidiet and gentlemen." said in chalrniiili of the evening, "In a few lo N- liont ii !: Imlla inliiire- - t hall Introduce the gentle-na- n II Is who It to nildrest you not my function to deliver a speech at this time, but I khall Just use up n or ten tiilii'ite. o that yon may kna how good a speech you would havi to were I the speaker had t llt-Detroit Kre and he tli- - chairman." n I're. India Land of Myattry. said to he "the burning lirrt of Ada" That la to say. It hit u iiHiiiut for rrllglon that Is Of the four great faith which had their grneils In Asia, three were lnrn In India. It Is a land of 147 Innstiagr.. Smie of them are (ruikrn ' y only n few people, but there lite ten of tlie.e an ullage, each of whki Is Mikrn ly 10,aai,aa u more. Of every Id people lu lb world, eighteen lire In India. The lale.t ceiitli. of India sites the ppil latl.ui n .".l. irt.'.W I tggars In Conitantinopls. And then tl.e Ivggar! 'I hey are at every turn ,u C'otutantlnop'e. For tho mott pan ihey r.re Armoahiii. They follow u pernor fur jreat dlttanees. Some of them whlulns and crying. probably carry df.riinij biibles, renteil as It eenn unlikely that sT ery betsar cmild have a deformed ibllil. Mm. i uike their children II iavemoiil. nil ii uet it the .li.-e- i . to excite the pity prelrnd lo he of Hie p.it.e.tiy aii'l Unit secure -c. ' 1M1B vvv. m MM ,w't', lpT- - MflPa0 not-liv- .... Wed-nenla- y , JjWprictkaV Ikf McrlaHNy beccn paylrm. Till amount to from $10 to $15 a bale, or about $'J()0,000 increate Should the on tale already made. ,191111' ratio be held on the 100,000 bale already received it will amount to more than O.IL'a.OOO Cotton l still beiim received, however, at 'the rate of from 1.S00 to 3,500 ''ale a day at the Dalla otficr.aml no one I it able to tell at the prewnt time the, total amount of cotton which the attocintion finally will handle this' K BS Bjr s tms ) I Invitations to mors Cert.iitily It I mint sentimental than not it Hi lo Kenrrully tllsuppoliitini:. mir noik reach- - and w luvo coirct sJinpU irilitlrl aiouiiil lo wdJInrr Invitation? mere ii"f li.uilcul pi'ittct lii to stun and every puma. eli.iur.l 'n,IJr.i Cheap e.illr Ut svory finrry within ecu,- - Jp 9 9 9 3) juJ fm car. 1 Wp dM makes RchrM Doittcrics M omI RcpMir CONN ai CONN Mr, Mocer ay the uttociatiou ha advanced U member more than $!,' 500,000 to date on more than 50,. 000 bales of cotton, although it is aid that less than half of the grower are aikinjr for advance. Forty I dollar a bale i now belnc advanced I to growers on delivery of their cot-- , ton to the association and prior to ' the final sale. While no accurate figure on the I cost of selling the cotton can be giv. en until the end of the selling season, LOUISVILLK M I I Complete line of Samples at The Central Record Office. II jl Th Central Rtcord, Lancaster. Ky. Thursday, Dsc I 1921 . paint lick Mr. W. It. Patrick wa in Corbin Friday on Ml.. Opal Harnett visited the home folk at Columbia Thatikgiving. Several from here were in Itlch. tiwml Monday attending court. The grade play nt tin ohool auditorium netted tin school about $.10. Dr. Hogg, of Itichmond, wa n viitor of Mr. nml Mr. L H. Davis. Mie Jennie lllggin iiml Hal lloylon were shopping tit Danville I ammwimmmmmmmmmmtmii I BUKNA VISTA Mr Marshall Scntt I slow!) )n, hulne. proving. DODGE BROTHERS Mr II. A Dunn i vMHng relativi. at Stanford. Mr. Nora llmNon lm returned i her home in Indiana. Mr Terry Crutchlield i reHrt. tck nt this writing. Mim Itittli llrn.'iddu Is Milter i re-ce- from an nttark of touilltl. Friday. Mr. ami terttitned th arduy night. Mi.-- . ft M ' Mr. I!. H ("hiifo pini. ii'i S.i Motor Vehicles ZINNAIED BEOS., DEALEES ( spent Thanksgiving week with Marie I.edford. Mr. anil Ituetl Falli. of Salvia, Mi guet of Mr. Nobe l.edfjrd were l Mr. ami Mr. J. It. Monday night. Shcp-Jn'nr- llpworth League Wednesday the night of lat week. Mi l.ui'illi' Lackey, of l.ancnter, evcrnl day last week with jipent Mls Chatine lluckcr entertained Mis Fannie Dovvden. Crnund has been broken for the new barber !liop which will be heated near l II. Dnvi' store. Mr. Tom llnyburn ha purchased the Park Flat ami will take poe. ion the lirt of tlie year Mr. It. l Hill ha had a her j;uet for Thanksgiving Mi Mary Latilse llaite. of Itichmand. Mr. It. II. I.edford linl everal you tit Indie for Sunday guest including Mi Mary Louise Untie. Mr. It. - Hill entertained everul young ladie Friday in honor of her Halle, of Richmond. visitor, Ml I!ev. II. J. Skagg nml lamily have returned from a visit of overal days with their parent nt CampbelNville. I!ev. Van Winkle preached at Fair View Sunday and wa the dinner of .Mr. and Mr. Walter Center. Me.sr. I:. II. and Millard I.edford l.etlford Imve purchaed the Jcj. place of 100 acre, paying IK'J per acre. Ilenjamin Dunn of Marcellu i n frequent visitor nt Manse. He say he i admiring Mr. C. II. I.edford' new More Mr. I). D. Center ami Mr. and Mr. Krnest Center were the guests Thursday night of Mr. and Mr. Wnl-te- r Batteries, Goodyear Tires and Tubes, Accessories, Alcohol Service. Station SERVICE Nichol.i Mr llerkley and friend, of Cincinnati, were ie. guest of Mr A. J. Hark Mr Jame llrickey, of l.nnr.i. spent Saturday night with Mr '.h. Srott Mr Klisha Srott went to Leu! ton Sunday, where he will mnk. hort visit with her lter Mr and Mr. S. (. Vandi rpo.i! n Mr Ta lor Scott, of l.rsington. m. Sunday with Mrs KlUha Srott Ml lieorgle Dunn ha relui to her home in Lexington, aft. short visit with her brother. Mr Dunn Mrs. Victoria Kvmim has rrtur to her home near Danville, w f I h"rt visit with her parents, Mr Mr John t'pton. I. . ' lleware how ou tell peoplr . are happy every day of your f. Only the weak of mind are all.. that privilege ' (. omplamt are invariably appn followed t nted extept when touch. THAT SATISFIES JOWWIITCICO (.uiavait, mi, tnlWMfWIl Fit) VMM at Riff Firs gut ft atja Remember we are members of the one day feature sale. Bring your ticket to us, Saturday, December 3rd st . em w T tttmavmni Ma S. HATFIELD DENTIST P - a9 of "lie 4aa Akd WV Wt Price OffU Mr. of Mi., who have been visiting Mr. and Mr. Wood Walker and family have returned home. Mr. and Mr. Hammack and children were dinner guest Sunday of Center. J. W. Turner and daughter, their aunt. Mr. John Anderson and family nt Point I.eavel. Mr. Mary Highland and duugh tor, MIssct Clara and lluth, of Cov. tngton were guest last week of Mrs Martha Ely and daughter. Mr. and Mr. llagby mid three son, Mr. Ada Kly, Mr. and Mr. Joe James, all of Pari, were Sunday night guet of Mis Kate Kly. Mr. and Mr. Hume llucker, of Louisville, night were Saturday guest of hi mother, Mr. Sarah II. Itucker and iter, Mi Chatine. Mr. ami Mr. M. C. War.l. Mr. M. - Noe were in Lexington Friday to ee their grandmother, Mr. Wm. Day, who i ill with pneumonia. WA.N'TKI): To '.wap" tome good hore and work mule for Lumber. Haseldcti llro., Lancaster, Ky. Itubt. Kstridge. who bought a tract of land from W. T. King, about two month ago, and moved, ha sold and will move again, poelon firt of the year. Mr. II. ('. T, Itichmond, who ha been at the Cibson Hospital for several week ha improved sufficiently to be brought to her iter, Mr. It. II. I.edford. Mr. and Mr. Hue Davit were dinner guests Friday of hi mother nt Lou ell, the occasion being Mr. Davit birthday. All the delicaciet of the season were en'ed. Metdamet Cleo llrown and Mary William, of Mt. Vernon, and Miaa Mary llrown, of Lancaster, were the KUttU Thanksgiving day of Mr. 1). A. Hervey nml Mr. llervey. Mitte Marie, lleulah and Ivu I.edford, Fay Ward, Itutsell Fall!, Me-r- t. Olin Patrick, Karl MeWhorter and Dw'ight Moody attended the foot ball game in Vcr.aille Thursday. Mr. and Mr. Hubert Kllit have returned from Dry Itidge, where they visited hit parent, Hev and Mr. C. 8. Ellis, and attended the marriage of hi altter, Mr. I.oura Kill Whitcomb. Mitt Kate Kly entertained the following to Thanksgiving dinner: Kt. md Mrs. Geo. Conn and daughter, Misses ElisaWth and Margaret, Mr. Mnrv llurhlaad and dauahter. Mi- - j Mr. Heather I'ay and on, have TOAST TO THE TEAM Whjr Eleven Reasons Versailles' been vultlng Mrs. Wiley in Madison county Hopes Were Dashed. I We Imilt our team strung for Judge and Mr. Price, of Itichmond did we not hue u Maon. have been guet of Prof, and Mr, 2. We got a tart with our "Karly (lobar: Price. llir.l." Mr. Harrison Kay hu returned I!. We butted the line with our home after a week'. viit with relallntni.r tives nt Ilourne. 4. We rammed the Coldiron into ttw.,,1 Mr. Heather ISay and daughter. .1. "Poor Itichurd" himself Mist Verna, spent Thanksgix ing with relatives in Pari, to the enemy hip. f. The "Wild Irishman" got loose. Mr. Permelia llogie ha returned T We gave them our William but home after several weeks visit with day, he being 8.'l year of age. Just they could not get or goat. Mr. Will Scantling in Pari. S. "Rritish Tommy" rammed the the children were present, including Mr. and Mr. Itny Noel and daughMr. and Mr. Anel Park and fam line in Flanders mud. ter vilted Mr. and Mr. Japer Noel A man who can teur off ten ily of Itichmond, Mr. ami Mr. Wm. I in Madison county 'Saturday an. I SunHurt, Jr., .nml the immediate family. (yards on a line buck I some "Cad- day. dy bout." Mr. and Mr. W. O. Hcndren en- ! 10. Coebel isn't "Cobble" but he Mesr. T O. linl and T. C Jen-ki- n tertained at a twelve o'clock dinn r geusts of Mr. j ran like a turkey. were week-enSaturday Dr. Porter, of Lexington, I 1 The wheel was complete even Walker llradthaw and Mr. T. C. Dr. H. A. Dawes, of Itrynntsville, to the "Hub." near Danville. Mr. and Mr. Helton, Mr. ami Mr. Mr. and Mr. Itobt. Ilradshaw and Jasper Hendreii and Mr. W. II. MCLPM NCII UTTU HH. family. Mr and Mr. D. N. Long and Roop. Children need all their strength for family, Mr. and Mr. Foret Noel growing. A lingering cold weakens Mr. (!. W. Conn entertained pent Sunday with Mr. and Mr. Hirthem to that the tyttem it open to Sunday: Mr. ami Mr. Joe attack by more serious sickness lira. am I'ay. Jnme. Mi Ada Kly, Mr. and Mrs, I Amanda Flaw, Route 4, New PhilaMr and Mr T. S. Pieratt are Ilagby and three son, of Paris, Mr. delphia. O, writea: "Foley's Honey congratulation over the arand Tar cured my little girl of the Mary Highland and two daughters, Misse Clara ami lluth, of Covington, worst tickling cough. I had tnea rival of a daughter, named Kliznheth many thing and found nothing to Miss I'ear! Ilerriman, of Iteveiina, help until I got Foley's Honey and Cordon at the Cihson llopital in Mite Kllen and Cynthia I'rewitt, Tar." Oives immediate relief from Itichmond. Mr. Martha Kly and daughter, Miss distressing, .racking, tearing coughs; Ml and Mr. Christine I're-to- n soothes and heala. Oood lor colds, Harney Kate and Mis Kaunie Dowden. Kat were married Nov. j:ird. croup and whooping-cougThey were entertained on Thursday We will exchange for Lumber, an) Storrnes Drug Store at the home of the groom' mother, of the following makes of secondMr. Lucy Kat. They have the bet MICKIE SAYS hand car, nil of which lire in a one vislie of their friends. Oakland touring, Over condition: Chevrolet touring, land touring, BUCKEYE Dixie Flyer touring, Ford touring, P0evftj MAXE MO Itoadster or truck. Prefer lumber (Delayed) iO "XVfcM GOTTflk vPm 4' and 2 to 'be 'J H'. If inter- - 1U VAOUM COMU' TO Mr. W. C. Fehr. of Frankfort vl. ested phone lluselden Hrot. (iarnge. V -- rUBix It: MOO OUJS. OS ted Mes.r. Jet. and Smiley Hill last Lancaster, Ky. week. en i L- - --to Mr. and Mr. U. M. Ilurge viovw Prof, and Mr. Ilobart are welcomtertailied the foot ball team at a tlx ing a sou, born Nov. 17th., named o'clock dinner Friday evening, Nov. Cordon Douglas. H.lth., which included turkey and the Mr. and Mr. Itobt. Ilroaddu enusual trimmiifg. Those present were tertained u number of friends to din Cnpt. Hoy (iaddy, Tlio. William, ner Sunday, itlchard Davit, Sam llutner, Olin Mr. and Mr. Charlie Crow and Patrick, Karl MeWhorter, Herbert MiM Inez Land spent Saturday in Itulston, A, II, Kstridge, (ioebel Lexington. Prvwit, Ja. Maon ami Taylor Cold Messrs Hugh Kurti and T. O. Hill iron, the same bunch that played bought .'II head of cuttle at Stanford Versailles to a score lets tie. MU lleulah Ledford, sponsor for the team 4Hcts. per lb. Vet5i!a3ar3iSCa? at Mr. and Mr. Kdd Dally and fain- and her visitor, Miss Itussell Fallit, of Salviiu, Ky., were also present. Upjily, of Huckley spent Sunday with on unanimous vote of the team, j Mr. and Mr. Dan Itay, Olin Patrick In a neat speech, preMr. Ottice Hay Bogle of lluiurd, sented the ball u a trophy to Tho. hat been visiting Mr. and Mrs. I.enzy well a Davit a the most faithful a Itny ami Mi Nettle Kay. one of the best player of the team. Itev. Price, uf l.ouitville was a Davit replied with thankful accepguest of Mr. and Mr. Itobt. Hroad tance. All member then gave a du from Saturday until Monday. talk und much line sentiment was I Mr. and Mr. Henderson Sander, expressed, one could not help but I of Iiwreuceburg, were guest of feel that they all had been benefitted e. Clurn ami Kiilli. of Covington. AND SPEICAL FOR FRIDAY SATURDAY, DEC. 2nd. AND 3rd. I hav a large ihlpmrnl of extra fan I whit Irish potatoes t I cy, $1.6S per husliel. Come earljr for Ihejr will not last long at this price. Jat. H. Ralston, Paint Lick, Kjr. I Th'anksgiving Day wn. spent at the Christian church by the member. who brought dinner, which wa served, after the splendid sermon by Hev. I L, N'. Howling Kverything good to eat was served, and all had a very enjoyable day with afternon services. Mrs. Wm. Hurt, Sr., gave a dining Friday In honor of Mr. Hurt' birth. by the training and fellowship .eaon BUCKEYE Pr.f and week Mrs Ilobart lat Offica S. PkM LANCASTER. or Garrard Baafe RatlsUac 376. KENTUCKY lri. la-h- Mr. Jnme Scott and Mr Luc. le llogir and daughter, of Jessamine county visited Mr and Mrs Oscar CxctasWe. Itay recently i sttsnftAsttAaAsiMi m Mr. and Mr. Hilly Cotton and fum lly, Mr. U F. llrown and Ml l.ora nAMVILLI KENTUCKY. llrown spent Sun. ly near Hurrod-burOppMtt GilckWr Handy Kuril with Mr. and Mr. Xm 12 aad I 1st p. as. Office Htrart and Mr. and Mr. Ldlard Mile Mr. Olive Powell, of Nicholasville, were guest of Ml- - A. C Miles nnd Mr and Mr. Hubert Carter -- J. J. Byrne Hll. J. A. Beozlev DIRECTOR Office Traveler':. Prayer. side d 1 Jen-kin- s, h. vAt r II, Father of thl universe out the territory covered by Vol I LANCASTER. KY. stead. Wayne II. Wheeler and Helm We humbly ask your for. llruce Btaaajlaat givnes. for the unkind thought "e'Afa WstVtPr have entertained about the buyers, who have lied to r about prices of VOTRMAfttAN. our competitors and about being Call Aaswarad Promptly Da? overstocked with one cafe. And Nigkl. Pkosta 317. Father we did not want to think the things we did about the merchants LANCASTER KKNIUt K who kept u waiting in their store! for an hour white they were so busy ilulug nothing. It was alright for them to do that as it wa the only way they could keep u from doing OF ALL KINDS OF HARDY an honest days work, anil then their TREES, SHRUBS, HEDGE, mental capacity Is below xero, GRAPE VINES, ROSES, If we said anything unkind about EVERPERENNIALS, the hotels, Father forgive us. but plcae make our hides a tough us GREENS, ETC. armor plate, so that we ran sleep is ivcomnieiiiU'il In our cata-lui- r. oundly with them. And make us lay still in bed so we can't turn over I'rico lint anil guide is and aecidently mah one of them, KIIKK to L'Vcry OtlV intlTt'Stt'll They have such a beautiful complex , brown And ion. lohacco juice . when mahed their fragrance is surpa.e.i only by that of Tony's Skunk H. F. HILLENMEYER aV SONS And. Father, give u control of our Lexington, Ky. eye, o we can Hrect our eye toptl.) wards the lower end instead of the' . top end of a pair of silk hose especl-- J ally worn by a lady who insist on boarding a tram or street car before Positively no fox hunting or hunt-u- . We would g on first but we uf any character or treapasalng on know that Isn't polite. will be 0Ur farms. Any violator Father, give ti power not to Hut prosecuted, with married or women,; W. 8. Kmbry, W. A. Price, T. J. We know it Isn't nice and we don't Price, Ed and N. 8. Price, Fiaher if we know and we alway know in ' Herrinr, Crit Meadowi, Anaal Mea-th- e case of the la.t named, Hut jtjdows, John Collier, J. 8. Schooler, Is alright with other unmarried wo. Joe Crliclllis, J. M. Crlscillla, Robert men. They ay they on't care. Speake, Ceorge Conn, Jim Conn, Father, give u strength to come Henry Arnold, Marlon Johnson, W. home to our wive, to act in urli a,K. Whitaker, Tom Conn, J. M. way thut she won't be nuspiciout of, Meadow. W. T. King, John Rich, u, and Kive presence of mlnilenoughjlSam Rich, J. C. Oonn and J. F, to destroy that letter in our pocket Adams, K. I, .Arnold, Mrs Victoria signed "Muhlc," before our wive Anderson, C. T. Ballard, Sr., K. I find it. I II. Woods, Kalley, Donehue And, Father, if our last trip It to Bros., H. U. King. T. - Yantle, Mr. be towurd Haturd, we atk you to Kmma Higglnbothani, J. M. Farra, take us home with you, aa we would J. W. Hill, Ceorge Broadut. and have no new experiencea by going Logan Hubble. below and all we atk is a change in (OMmv MaMt will ba sddi upQ territory. Amen Lexington the Kysatat af 21 etmia.) Oser National Hank. Ra lidrnce rhone 3, Office Phone 2? rillllsW Fall Planting. wt aKt-'nlJ- - -- Attention Hunters , d I- (If.) The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Dec I 1 92 1 . 1 One Day Feature Sale A DOLLARS WORTH IN TRADE FREE WITH FIVE OTHER PURCHASES OF A DOLLAR EACH. Saturday, December 3rd. JOSEPH'S OUTFITTERS. Li 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. i:Vl.lSIVK l.ADIICS ? v 2 JS c n V HUDSON AND FARNAU rilK ONB I'KICK .stow-:- . We will ollVr special bargain on cash Suits and Drcxst;, anil on many other line. Do your Christmas .ihnppiM"; early. J i cuo 3 i Si c t. E et C t ti 0 Hi . V j ; : 1 C s C3 ' Any of tht.e articles for 1.00: llushels Hlock Coal, Yard Price. ' Rushels Oats. ."0 Pounds whole wheat Chicken Feed. .'.' pound sak Mallards Obelisk Flour, the Quality kind You will notice the diirerence. o GOODLOEAND WALKER BROS. HARDWARE FARM I 3 ..lis Ei 1 V U -- J McROBERTS DRUG STORE MOST COMPLETE LINE OF TOILET ARTICLES AND STATIONERY. Only I'snerienccd clerks. Inspect our line of Holiday Goods. Ni IMPLEMENTS OF ALL KINDS. c SPE( IAI PRICES ON MANY ARTICLES. FRANCIS-SMIT- H x H 2 - "2 e KINNAIRD BROTHERS and Designs Al'TO SPECIALISTS Dodne Agency GASOLINE. OILS, TIRES, INNER TURKS. SPARK PLCGS, SPOT LIGHTS AND WIND SHIELDS. GARRARD MILLING CO. HEADQUARTERS FOR GRAIN. FEED. FIRE CLAY. COAL SALT. CEMENT. BROWN'S GENERAL STORE DRY GOODS. (I Eclu.ie Stics MILLINERS GROCERIES AND NDISE. Come in and ENER A L M ERCH A HOSIERY LATEST CREATIONS NOTIONS IN HATS. FIRE P.RICKS AND FIRE P.RICK KCt Meet us face to face. warm. HASELDEN BROTHERS WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. IMPLEMENTS, FARMING HARDWARE. WAGONS. HI Gl i IKS. FORD AUTOMORILES. PLl'MRI.NG. HEATING. AND TINNING. (Jet your Mad Roxes here. J. E. DICKERSON AND SON HOUSE OF COURTESY. STAR RRAND SHOES. DRAPERIES. LADIES' MUSLINS. LINENS AND Do ANDERSON BROTHERS Leading haberdashers of Garrard County. CLOTHING. FURNISHINGS. Do R. READING. READY-TO-WEA- SHOES HATS AND GENT'S your Christmas shopping earl. your Christinas shopping early. BALL'S Come rinht in. GROCERY MANLY AND WILSON You may SCOTT AND RUBLE FRESH AND CURED MEATS SEA FOODS. RROOMS, QUEENS-WARE RIGHT ON THE CORNER. keep your Shoos after we sold them. We are also HOLTZCLAW'S FURNITURE STORE. OF SUGAR. COFFEE. CRACKERS. SPICES. QEENSWARE. ALUMINUM WARE. have one-ha- lf AND COMPLETE LINE .specialists in healinK. FANCY AND STAPLE GROCERIES. of your life is spent in We sell the Reds. Phonograph Records, Mirrors. Curtains, Reversable Oil Mops. Chairs and Tables. One-thir- d bed. Co-operati- Curing meat on the farm involve great M'cret and can be done hnvhu- - Mirtilm vires wilt sent no if a few general principle them to an auction Mile to he held obierved, according to animal at a central point in the county, ac are huihandrymeti at the College of eorditiK to present plan. farmers with r' being planned for n number of coun-tie- t in the State, according to cattle npcciiiliit at the College of Agncul-turc- . d Sale already have been for Wayne ami Lincoln counties ami it l probable that several other will ailopt the lla. breeders During the pat year have not found a ready market for urplu hull in their herd urn) in ninny cae have feil them out for the teer, according to the market a cattlemen. The !ilc which are being planneil are expected not only to furnish h market for thee animal hut also make it possible for to obtain tuperiur breeding ani Hrecd mal at n reasonable price, high-grade pro-poefar-me- should he spread over the meat which Power Cannot M Retlittd. then should he wrapped ill parchment No receptacle lint ever been mads Three part of lean meat to one of paper followed by muslin and hung Villi sufficient tiencth to tha fat give cood rvtult in making in a dry place where the tempera- bursting power if frozen wster. on the farm .animal hutbandry ture is fairly uniform and meat proEgotism. men at the Coltegv of Agriculture tected from flies. If no parchment Lexington, Ky.. County by paper is nallab!e newspaper dipped One recipe recommended Always reflect Hint, of course, mats iwli) us J meant of sup- nay hull of the ervlce iecorineil for you an them for good MUMKe include thee in lard or greae will nerve the plying a market (or surplus animals ) not o well dune m )on could 4 pound of purebred herd anil (urnish-in- g incrrdicnU for every' from them. f ounce of One and meat. ve nu-Mi- Sales Plan Of Faremrs And Breeders. Homemade Sausage relt MONEY TO LOAN on good city property. Pay back on weekly or monthly installments. w one-hal- ounce of llnrly line alt, one-haground black pepper, and one-haounce or le. of Nice to iuit the taUc. One-hal- f ounce of black pepper nnd ounce of red pepper may be tued initead of all black pepper If lf lf one-fourt- h Eaeaa aid Die Tetter Tibpvite MUnage l deired. (!in may be subntituted for the nage if delred. The meat may be a "hotter" ger ed Jti'l Tonkin nxi oratory eems Is T Got AkMt!t Raliaf Yen Mutt tise a hackel, because limn who rolled in the reasonint: before the CImt Yaw MmJ f hut rhMuence and mipietlsm csn pork U ground or the eaiouing addWatte PreAicto. money out of Mime kind make alo hTkBM ihc means by which all the tiuuetof the IkJ' are directly or indirectly nouriihcl. Vou will at once tcalie that un lett the blooj it pure, tome part of the boJy win iccone iiueated. Rery tkm dicac denote iili uniailini; certainty a weakened an J impure ttateof the the mot of trveral root OrrJ specie of Iris, which, on account of smell. I employn) la Its vlnlel-llkperfumery snd In the manufacture of U tooth-powdfr- . Orris Root. The Lancaster Building & Loan ASSOCIATION. J. K. ROBINSON, tarpitef. President Wm. S. HOITER, Sec't. & Trei. Oratory of Small Importance. Had Lost tha Name. Edward, aged three years, her she I beautiful, hut It never bores wss busy playing with Mllworth, who her to hate n yuung mr.n confirm tha was an afternoon guest. After partaking of some lunch they were shout tatement. to resume their play, when I overheard Kdward say to Mllworth, ''Say, Prison Color Schtmss. Color scheme, utigcetled by mi ex- khl. what's your name again, I hut pert as suitable for prisons, nre pink III" for boy tliletr, jelluw or ornnge for xuilty of hiiig.preiueditHted ronvlcl Water and Electr.city. r. crime nnd violet niul blitck for The bureau of MiiikIihN sny If a All cells should hive blue treain of water from a Im-- e I thrown upon Idlih triuloli wie I rloto rHUK and rny nlioiilil he molded. there Is cnnaldrralile hninrd from tha poillble conduction of eleetrlelly by "Penny Nslls." The term penny In eoiiiiivtluu with the stream of water buck to the men iihIU nIwb iiin In coniblnntlon holding the niitrle. If. howeter. the st renin nf water he thrown from a with prettied liumeruN, Mieh a dltlaiue Mir tliat Ihe water breaks tenpeiiiiy, etc, to 'orni nil t Thee adjecllte now ileliota up Into drop before ciimiiii: In with llie electrle.ii .iidiii'tor. Orlclnally, certnln nrbltniry lli a slrrniu they clerioteil the prhv er htmdreil of there I Utile dtiiui r n of water l iioiieonduetlii j. nnll. Receptive. muy A girl's mirror after the grinding. inure constantly tell Utile The I'Wl it or ' aic"iiiniiintt. Meat Curing Success Involves No Secrets. j I t VIC1.IMS RESCUED Ktilnjy, h vr, bkulitr .ml i.i n. inio ttouMi? r inou dangrrotn of their itibidiotu nttnrlc. H?U the f:nit warning t'. kiv! that they need attention by uikir.Q . ,1 GOLD MEDAL Tha wetld' (tandard icmtdy (or thiM flrtoii)f(, will o(tn ward oil ihriw M and luilharaiuiki. Thi L--k tttnflhn QmU mm It laim mim mm all drufulit. MUI w . Ua !, tb txHty elrm If the American people get much richer ome of u will have to et poor again In order to become , And itlll, K the excitement die down entirely in Washington there the pouibllity that Mr. remain Hmhr will open hi mouth and make another noi. Agriculture. Thoroughly cooling the pork to remove all animal heat be fore the curing tart and trimming otr all ragged edge and corner before the meat i placed in the curing xolution are the important point to Curing be taken into coniidcration. by the ugar method It recommended by the pecialits a one of the bet for Kentucky. After the meat has been thoroughly cooled for at leatt -- 4 hour it ihould be left in alt from IK to 20 curing dayn if It i to lie preserved Curing day nre by till method. tho.e on which the meat will take null, till, condition not being true in freezing weather. After the meat ha been removed from the vat or bin it ihould be wahed in lukewarm Mater to remove the outer coating aalt. At the end of of exce liour the exreu aalt and water ihould have dripped from the pork after which the meat may be imokrd until it attain an amber brown color. The mixture for ugar curing it 'made by preparing tt thick mixture of of molaixe and pepper, which I red pepper. No certain mount of either ingredient i prescribed but enough ihould be uied to make a thick, paity lubitancc. Thli one-fifth blooj. To correct the batw trouble vjttt ("J. mil the blond mutt lie piiriticJ. IKin't cky ) our blood. Iut clean it out. Nature will do the rett. l ure, rich, red blood iioumhci the body and fights oil" diva-- . S. S. S., the ttanjard blood puritlcr and system builder, it the ideal remedy for tkm cruptioni. 'Hie effect of S. S. .S. it to rij the tyttcm of the watte products wliuli are cautin the trouble. For iiver 50 years S. S. S. hat proven to lie of unuiul merit. Begin taking 5. S. S. today and write for S paje illuttrateJ booklet. "t'Jdi Jhut tht fiW-fre- An Elimination Conttst. imel are written More than !.' tn a year In America; written and put'lllied Ten nte read. Two are Una remembered for a few year. surtlte ii decHile mice In a decade. Kxchuiik'e. bur-xln- cell-tri- e. Rats Outwitted by Sawdus. iiisuiiiiiiui iiy siiwuill not omy uenn-- j en kolllid, hut tiNo defeat rat. When a rut lurtu tn cunstruct a hurrow throiixh parked suwdiist, the operation 110 dmiht rem. eiik.v enollfli to begin with. Hut presently the nndust begins to cine In, llllltig the hide n fni a the rat ciiti dig, nnd In the end i the animal completely, as four-pvnn- 1 con-tar- I'ertonal medical advice, without charge, may alui had by tendintt a complete Storm Door. description of your Address Chief An outside hir on the north r west Medical Director, Swift Specific Co., 742 S. S. S. Atlanta, Ua. All gcod side of Ihe bniie utile. protected by an outside tlorm hur. ahwiy makes drug stores tell S. is S. Ihe nmm on which It open uncomfortWill some one kindly mention the able In eere weathrr. Vou can tnka league of nation occnsiunally? We your screen door and cuter It with don't want to forget the dear thing two tblcktieiiies of hiirUp. lacked on with copper luck. Hang It Ihe kamt entirely. nay a the screen iloor and It makes a rood suhstlttito for a storm door. In When a fellow become too wise spring remote the biirlnp and in dor for hit day we Just put him down I rendy fur siunmer duly for n fool and let him rip. Tree Strong. Although he i surrounded by the Tree nml plants illsplsy a wonderhigh dignitaries of the world, they ful ktrength at time. Seine of thetu say Mr. Hughes remains us eool at will lift a heavy stone which blocks a cucumber. Of course you know their way or even split a rock, hut there Is one thing which they can just how cool a cucumber I. aot withstand and that Is the strangleAll the world aeema to be looking hold of soother plant blrh encircle to the United State for financial then. A hoaaysurkln will soon kill a tree which It take hold of sad relief. Eventually, when everybody In the tropical forest r there are niaay else Is taken off, it it possible we may creepers which kill the trees thsf be able to do something for eHtafc and save ihemteltes by reach-la- g wit to atlibborlas; trees. ca. Sptcial Invitation to Young Pooplc This bank 'tend to every young man or woman in this community a special invitation tu become a savings depositor. Only by ca.vful and systematic saving may you hope to acquire the fund necessary to eventually branch out in buti-nfor your self. No great amount it necessary to open an account. Vou can do m on any sum from one ilollur up. You can add to this account fro.n time tu time In any sum you desire, no mat- et ter how mnll It iiny be, THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. S. C. DENNY, CaalsUr. Cip,Ul $50,000. Surplus $50,000. Honor Roll Dank Th Central n vote? Rc6rd, Lancaster, re-f- Ky.. Thursday Dsc 1 . 1 92 1 B 19 ' THE GREAT MM- -S g - I would be. Wo don't llkn to weary our o renders with too frequent ce to this question, but roll his sonic one is trying to t hand into the public pocket ntul this paper objects. We have n ouso for a thief or a man who won't pay his K-'- to irrin at the other fellow with that lonjrinjr and furtive look on his countenance. Then, too, the more water you drink the less medicine you will need. It is the greatest of all aids to digestion or constipation. Have one on us. .Make it a jolly Christ mas If the nations of the old and don't worry over the bills. world are in need of a helping They won't come due until hand this country should ex- next year. That sounds a tend it to the extent of its abil- long way oir, whether it is or ity without material injury to not. itself. drowse around town and Try the place That can be done in the way look into the stores. You may cooking a pleasure, drives away makes of extending the payment of be surprised at some of the where you tfet the debts owed to us over a things you find. We've seen worrying over half cooked food, makes weight withlong period of years, provided a lot of'em, and we know. the wife happy-- a big investment for the the people on the other side We suspect our local merout .sacrificquit squandering what they chants are attempting to make husband. Call and let us tell you about have in preparing for another London and Paris jealous or ing quality. war and go to work. perhaps they know the dis them. If the government of the criminating taste of our peo old world will make a study of ple and are simply trying to the golden rule ami apply it to meet expectations. their daily life there will be lit-- l At any rate, the "berries tie need of armies and navies! are there, in the stores, wait "Live and Let Live Folks." and the vast expenditures they ing to be picked. entail. And believe us, they are drrcd, a Junior Aid wn orcanitfd home If you are not enlmted e.i 3C IE ,Mi LJL We suggest that they quit worth picking. Minerva ( ox vn elected pre u'lere in definite Christian work Wm K. It ix serving Hie devil for a while Make the most of Christmas. den Mi (ieontin Moore, vice pre" lobby is at work again in Wash- and'gtve the Lord a chance to We won't have another one dent. Mw Walter Cox, eiTetar and Take Tunlar anil eat three M:i1fi The Central Record Mi Klnier Cney, treimirer meal, u day. .Stormet Print Ston this year. 1.M a Yw. ington in order to "educate" look in. luu.d W..klr. Then in time they will bethe people up to the idea of Next Sunday, December, Ith., will Payable ia AaVaaca. LOYD. Tin- ilcm:wiil for Tnnlnc ha tirokrn be our monthly children' canceling those ten or eleven come prosperous again and will services! J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. nil world' nconl. Over Twenty follow nit; the Sunday rrhool eion billions of doll ars in debts the be able to pay their debts withMr. and Mr. J. I). Kay were visA. L .ELKIN. Locnt Editor and Mgr. ince will lie owe to us. out working an unnecessary Million bottle linve leen told yenr nt ten o'clock. The itor of Mr. and Mm. lUlly Hay Suni allied governments it wn (ilnt'i'd on tin nmrket nix especially for younit people, but par- day. JCnternl at the Poit Office In Un- it w tint., f.i tin. nr.wt nf tti.. hardship upon any one. Morme Print .Store. ent and the general public arc cor ntro. Mail raster. Ky.. ai Second-Clacountry to sent plain and un Are you. by chance, worry- dially invited and urged to be pre- - j William S. Kay oM a bunch of It. Matter. boat in Kirby Teater at f.H mistakable notice on the gov-- j ing over that "terrible thirst?"; ent per lb. lnj Baptist Church Newt , The It. Y. V. C .ervtee will be! eminent and congress that thej Drink a glass of water. TJJF. AMERICAN PHKS3 ASSOCIATION Snndcr people of this country will notl fifteen minutes drink another.' Much interest and line i ithimam of .pecial Interest thl week a a re- Ml Mr. Newt and MIm ami daughter. llaraer, Lnoster, Kv.. Dcctahtr 1. 1921 you' were manifested in the young Wo-- ' port of the Danville Convention ef pent Nancy Saturday VAllk Mr anil stand for a wholesale filching) Keep on drinking until the ilay with South District Young People will be have consumed at least two! men' Auxiliary meetini: lat Tliur of their hard earned funds. Mr William S. May. As The Editor See It. If the president and congress! quarts in the run of the day. day afternoonhad The hotc. Mr gnen "ng service anil preaching will Mr ami Mr. J. D. Itay entertainchargi of the pro-Walter Cox ed at dinner Thursday Mr. Frel The money this government are sincere in their professed i It won't harm you, and it Krnni. Subject. "Sleeping Cunt." be at 7:1. Snyder and little daughter. Alli II.. Topic disriujed were: foreign governments desire to serve the people they will do you a lot of good. Our prayer loaned to ervice l Mr and Mr Jew Un f l.mm. Chun-he.held each Wednesday evening at during the war came from the will take no such action wit As you become accustomed Churches" delightful day win ieir (er 7 Ml a l'oiible Members" The purpoe of till ervice of the people in the, out first submitting the ques-for- to large quantities of water and 'Terminal Sen ice" l lelinite llihle ntuHy and the D.n blame aloil but v. of taxes. It was the peo- - tion to a referendum vote of all you will gradually lose that The Y W V ay they want to be p'uent of the Christian ,f oUr Uitt are triage iiiimt-abl'.'e pie's money. (of the people. It is safe to thirst for something stronger. ' Do a Ml ( II a poib!e Member ' C n.e and bring our Ilibly b 'ndigeton You fane.l to Now the same old insidious predict what the result of such In time you may own be able o make thu your church ake Tan P' " After the nboe program wa ren S'urme Drug debts. Range MEET MEAT US FOR BETTER CONN BEOS. 11111 Currey & GuUey, ' I - ! u I t ' J J "Po-Nuthin- it ' mid-wee- k lo-l.ittl- e e m ile-v- e jr-V- f e ii Commencing Wednesday, Dec mm Mw 7th CLEAN-D- P AT to 25th ..'J&v CHRISTMAS WK PREFER THE CONFIDENCE OF OUK CUSTOMERS TO A LOT OF HIGH WAR.PRiCEI LEFT UPON OUK SHELVES. MERCHANDISE SALE HSSKK C A, LANCASTER, WAR-PRICED H ON NEW STUFF AT jKgfe K ENTUCKY WE GIVING OUR CUSTOMERS AN I H DAY SALE 10 TO 20 PJCR CENT REDUCTION JUST AT TIME YOU NEED TI1K GOODS. WE GIVE 40 PER CENT OFF OF GOODS. BIG LOT MENS SWEATERS TO CLOSE AT BIG LOT MENS SHOKS to vvcnr under Arctics, Ki l Uin IC THAT II H.i-WILL BUY. !1 i Wr HAVE CONFIDENCE IN THE BUYING THE PRICES ARE RIGHT, $1. $2. FRESH, CLEAN, MERCHANDISE. BOUGHT RECENTLY AND SOLD !iK lot Mfii'w Army Ki'xulHtion Blurt wmil) . 'i M" v Klfc Underwear, m I(m'j ShoeK. VAOith f6.7 ia;'d tip, lw bid. '..1 out in's Fur lint. .t pr rsmuint, tw t Hi . fOcla. at... $25.78 .91.00 $1.00 1JK lot ii.na Uluu Suits nt buiU - IliK lot .Mun's All Wool Komwy H-hIi U Ilrtunl Stlckw I'ij; lot Mwi'k lot Men's Work Shirts . . LiK ItiK lot Men's lilt? lot Mim's cloau, $10.00 $3.50 25cU. lot Mm's All LeMther Cluvot km Gloven, 11.00 yrtule, at 50ct. Bi lut Men'a Pi . .ICcU. Men's Him tihvea i nt Rig lot Mm'tt lUntlken-rtief5ct. S1.6B Kitf UH U(Uj iJum HottR .lOcta. liK lot l.lntHi (.'anvnim (JIdvpi lt Jnt OVERCOATS liiK lot Mun'n OvorcontH, 15 Inchon Ionj IliK lot Mon'st Work ConU lUg lot Moil's Suits - Mitii'n KlMimvl Shirts wftol Hik $2.00 , ! lueMi j to l uti-ttcat Mir lot Men' ..$1.50 Big lot 'i)ilcltutii all wooi Sv.t-atet!- i .$1.80 Htg lot M'it' ll wool $4.98 r.Mie Htitch. 1 lot Alpn'n oiitur.' Suit 110.00 ll ... , (all . S,50 Sint. i. G5ct. - ..$12.50 517.50 BIG LOT NEW GOODS ARRIVING. BUY RIGHT NOW AT THESE LOW PRICES HERE GIVEN. Fur Hats Onts-ha- lf Hose . .- $1.50 9cU. ThaCantral Rtcord Lancastai. Ky., Thursday, Dac J I 1921 JUST THINK XMAS IS HERE The Misses Walker were in vlllo Saturday, Ml., Jennie lllggiri vlllc Snturdny (.hopping. Mrs. .lay V. F. Dan-- ! 1 In Then think of thin torr. MY IDEA OF YOUR NEEDS. I.etN see that XmiiH Cake. I have Citron. Unman peal. Ornnjro peal, Cherries, Cristolizml GiiiKer, Pineapple, anything you need for that purpose. Wat oh thin ail from now until Xiiiiik. nurprixed. You'll he I Champ nml Mis lintel Sntur-- I were Danville visitor , 1 Altai C.fr Mr. nml Mr. W A. Fnrnnu nml on. Kennedy hnve been recent vii- . t si or iii iKinvnus 1 Ed V. Price TiiUfwj Co. "Save lb MfereKe." Mr. (!. II. Swineliroiul (Joorije Swlnehroail vere Lexington .Saturday. ami victor Mr. in Mr.. Ilettie Antlcrjou l.nuilrnm hn returned from n visit to Mr. Will Mm, Thr birthday of Mrt. J. A. n innde vrry enjoyable, Nov. iHth., when friend nml relatives . hofp,tnll,P hofno of nl her daughter, Mr. Kit (.nines and p Mr. Gnlncn, to celebrate- the !"" Mr. Itoyston ha many frif mU nml In always cheerful nml lovable, ntul was irrrntlv surnrisc.1 when she ram(. to tm. ,lininK rom to 01. h,. rome t(, ,.r ou blrtlvlny dinner pnrty. The home wn mnde attractive with potted plnnt nml the tnblp had for it renter piece n bouquet of roe nnd fern, nn.l n hirthdny enke with eandle jiU.i n.lorne I the tnMc. Kumptuou dinner ua a ple.i.nnt fonturc of the dn The oecas-.Chnm- Inly 21 Mirt Stop pluf Oiyi Until Xmai your ahoppiny; ensy for you. nre able to hov you a complete; line of toys, lolls, doll buKftii'", Automatic toys of all kind, nl.o a new lot of hand biurn and purttea, handkorchiefs, hair rihhon., ho.su, both silk and lisle in all collors; ill kinds of art Koods, stamped and materials in linen Ah we o lie 1 articles serving Let ua help to mnk have all the ahou reasonably priced, and will take pleasure You will find we damped. i von. FRA1NCIS-SMITW. II, M. day H ( j J Gossip About vi? People , is lfrnl llrent, of Lexington, Harlan LatlCHS-tespending sex.-rn- ami , Mr. "I". K. Wntnon In (uei.1 were Mr. nml Mr. J. A Itoy. days in r Mr villi-- , ml Mr. IMph Pice, were vi.ltor of l.ouiin l.iinci.Mir Mim- - Mtsllea o( th CemJngt tad Gelagt hy ThM b'l An hrttmitd In. A IUM , " Mr WimmI Cotton entered School i IVrryville. Ky. Jete Klin Mon-lii Itev nml Mr .Mr. n I' T 2mitH have been recent visitor ,n Danville Mr. M.tltie An mi Huhbto nml daughter, Mae, have returned from bn JW recent te, r of Stanford, ha. n",'b1'' in ih" "l ,v' "I"'"'' ' '" Mr. Wesley Mkk.Ti.on ha return-- ' nl from n hutitir.tr trip In Mississippi. T. A. I : Klkln from few dny viit hn returned in Lexington have taken prm ms nt Mr. .Mntjr on Danville street, "l""'l ff" Mr "urUn n"'1 '"W bridalUruU' tour er nn.l l.o-Jp- t. tan', I MIm Ituth Carrier Im rrturnml from a vfit to friend In l..'xlni;ton. Mm. llcttiv Miller, U viaitlnc Ikt Icnon. of Lexington, ' hrntlwr. Mr A. T An - , Mr. nml Mm Horace Walker, of ViltinHtm City, are guet of hi Ul r, Mr. W. II. Ilurton nn.l Mr. Ilurton, on MapV nvcntic Will Mac Klltott nml Walk. l thr -- Thank. 'r ItoWnwn KtHK June at tko I'heftlU Hotel ,H i(.xtri(n4Ht n,Klt. ntti-ntlm- Mwr. ll.llevti... Prather-Sebastia- n. f Mr. and Mr. Pen William, h. r .Iniichtcr. Mr. (.orrr,l nre receiving conrn tul.,-- , Xhl. mBrri Juilgt llomt--r HulMHt, of l.ouiivtlt.' Hurry TmiHimmmi nml Utile Mlnm of M oxer the arrival of a I ttle Vrat)u r and Mr. ha lircn the ffttet of hU father, Mr. Sfbaatian. Marian Ch.miller I'omlm- - tlon . dauchU-rwho wn. born in .Stnnford It. II. lUt.WH. iUj )f thu cou w(( ,ohmnheil eek. Mr. William th. Thur.,3v nlorninir at ,h hoW(. Mr. Herbert Rllt nml ehihlreii. of-. . Mi .. Nancy i enner before her nuir-- i )rjjp .N, ;., re of mother, .Mr. i r.- - r",i:'' . , ,. ! are nr-- v in tmw that . MIm Minnie i the attractive ftnvannucn i at Me Homo uf her mifM ttitiruit Prnth-a- t Mm Mane Cotton entertained j daughter of Mr. and Mr. I'raf. Paul II llayj penl Thankv 4urkrtr. Mr. WiNom l.enr nml Mr. dinner Sunday. The mu'.ti. ere!er, whi'e the bridegroom i the on tsivlnk' with Mr. Hnji! uml ehlMreti I.oor Mi-Coy, jof Mr and Mr Willmm Selwi.tinn. Mnry Arburkle. Kllen .it l.rltehlielil. Ky KllinWth Curtis, Ada and l.mn-- e W .is llminie Mr. aixJ .Mnriou llnwun, Dan j MIm r3ln Mtie Itotirne, Wager. Pope, of l.e,ni:taB), MIm Coy aad T. J. OtiriK all of j Ml Hernice Champ ami Mr. Hur-- , retaraetl bme after vtelt to tinier, Mte UIUM Pope ttvlaltini! Mr nml Mr. .I(hi lTiNloruod, of ton Stnpp .urrinrd their many en D.Mivllle road. ' DanvUle. frtemi by guing tu Jeirt'iroiivii. Mr. ami Mr. V. K. ('Kama uml nurht. where thoy wtrej N. Miller aad MtUo .laush- Mr. an.t Mr O. J llen.rn. Jlr. Mr. Haiel, were vMtars aViuuMte;. Ml "vm"",J,! ter. Mi. Anm. Wafera. x.ore nter., HeiMtreH and mmi. (! T and Mr. in Stnnfar.1 SuHxIay m" a nico d.nar an Tbanka- taintd at "'. Mr, W. IHkrrton anil M(MlUrrp nrint dwy, nt the rniKy Mr aR, f Itev. nn.1 Mr. Harry llu.ln h.t.'tiirnmi trom a vim to rinine in KlrminKliunr ilallew, Mr. II. ., . F. HuiUon, Mr. .Inel Walker nnd Mr.. M ., "K" .wn !". I.uther (iibl... Mr. Itoytton. Mr. Ailn Joe nml l.oube Water of Ml Hudon, Mr. Walker nml Mr. IlaN in Kirkvillc for the lew were born in the nme year. It wn n very happy occasion nnd Mr. K. - Owsley ha bten peml-In- the cheer iHfiilf. n the.e friend fow 'ly In I'nnvtlli' with her tnlked of dnys koiw by, mnde up for ilauirhter, Mr. W. It. Cook nn.l tht! nlooni without. May thl plcn-di- d Indy live to enjoy many more Mr. Cook. of thee happy event I the xih of Mr. lleorKe Swinehmnd, of Cen- her mntty friend. tre Colt.Ke, pent the ThankJttiviiiK The fnllowini; annouiu'entrnt ha holiday with hi parent, Mr. nnd been received by l.nncnter friend Mr. C. II. Hwinelirond. anil relative: M! Martlm Wnrd .Sweeney and Mr, Kmil Youtic Thelmn llnmilton. who nre announce the marriage of her daughter Hamilton Collect', pet the weekNell Martha end with their parent. to Mi Jennie Del.iiney Lackey, who on Mr. John Herbert Kinnaird of Monday, the twenty-tirs- t ha been HI, ha., recovered utfictent-I- y November be nble to be nut, much to the one thousand nine hundred and to twenty-on- e crntiticntion to her many friend. IndlanupoH, Indiana At Home The Itev. I. W. Manley hn January tint r after to hi home in Lancaster HVD Wen North Street n viit with hi on. Hoy Man- Decatur, lllinoi. lex nnd Mr Mnnley in (ieornetown .") ton, Mr. Chnrle The WometiV Mis- FOIt SAI.K OP ItKNT:-O- ne tr alwayt claim the room hous! and Inrge lot on Danville first Sunilny in December A special street. J. W. Smith, Clothing Man. crnion will be tlclivrreil In thi-- morn. Intr by the minister and in the WANTKI): A Tenant for Wi'i. J. K. Moody, missionary from to handle crop of tobacco and corn. Indin at home on a furlough, will J. M. Craig, Lancaster, Ky. peak. It is hoped thnt new memt. ber anil old will be present nt both ervice. good milc'i FOIt SAI.K: Two cows. Calve about two week. old. n Missionary Ooode Hubbli' exchange, Cnll or till office. sionary Society eve-nine. rj-i-a- At Pleasant Grove. Ma-io- ntti-mlin- af-te- Mr. . Kj Wllm Vlh. Tiitln w gran-!-(UBte- Je.e p.t Ith., Pro. J. On Sunday, Dec. K. Moody will be the peal.cr in the erx-lcat lMen'.uit drove. Pro. Moody hns been in India ;n n more thnn seven years and' will hnve many interesting thing, to work tell of hi experience and there. The writer will bo especially glad to have Pro. Moody with us as we uill hnve the opportunity of renewing a friendhip developed while' In this dny in college together. when the biggest question before US a a nation i our relation to the other nation of the earth, we should all hi' very nniou to get all the de-- l pendable knowledze we can in regard to the condition in other l.indn. So we earnestly inxito the public to hear J. K. Moody at Pleasant Crnve e FOIt SAI.K: I'egistered biir type Poland Chinn boars, pigs and gilts at farmert' price. Henson Prothers. Danville, K. KOK SA1.K:-- A few Ilurbon Ited Mrs. S. C. Itigby, turkeys. Crab Orchard pike. Pot Office. Stanford, Ky, It. F. D. No. 1. tl.lM-7- t FOIt SAI.K: 15 good meat. hogs, xveight JGO to .100 lbs. Dan Pay, MeCrcary. Ky. It. pd. on FOIt SALkT The "residence Richmond St. of tho late A. D. Ford. Hacom C. Ford, Adm. f. next Sunday. irw hr 'm. Cha. il. Holder, Minister. Hemstitching nnd picoting nttneh-men- t works on any jewing machine, easily adjusted. Price I'J.nO with Orientnl Novelty I full instructions. Co., Pox II, Corpus Christi. Texn. i Jn. . irmiiil-rfouirhte- r, hr le Mr. Champ Stapp. Kirk-Mil- e. Thrta ""fr et reit vMlor KU !lara t)trkrn lmv l)anxltfn. In ,. I "at aU4i Mr. KmMini, al tarn J. Ilrrit hi Mr, tl I K. move I Fruits and Scott iiiagi iiwertiona Ic a Mmure spreader, Mailable Kange. td Mh Caani. who u one af Unca-f Lancaati r. wi uatNl g 2nd. hand Caik Hisiters, for Na sd tnkan far leas than Oc L. WaPwr at Kr'i fairxM mataVaa w Uw 'Uuuliwr fce r4anMit ta th4r hM In atarriat ky Ihr. W. rooms. Coal Ho.U, Shovels and She I,Mlfc uw aarBMumo Fri.tay aftrraoa. only'f Mr. and Mr. V. f. Caama. in tills earamn. Ne ad in Mi .Marvarrt Kluott kti rvtwnod Pahors, Hog f f r- a frw imme4iat. fH4 t and Harness box battom. Buggyl can: cod fraat a 4tlihifal viM t Mb 111 Htin-Thr for.tver .(M'tenU mi llawlltaii Unraafer Hh Sehwrf and alao Ml. Mr. and Mr. l'ayttr wiU nHanb.41) ta !.Mwai Seven inttrttn far taa a Priddles. Itk. s Hantuaa . and Haallton Colkf af Uxmtn. tiaV in UMMtor- ,- naaviile Maan- - f Mfcawa price of rtve. Mr. Sttapp t I maay other article nt reduced most progressive Mr. (T)l Oy. DMriRo llUfh un Her Co. J. It. MoiiHt rhuns) or ..! youac man anJ thv on cf ladge mutt be iiatil 1 prices. Hn Mr. Stapp Mr. and Mr. (!harla llurnsMo, of and Mrs. Forrt promiitlj. t aunt. Mw I.mu llriufct. , in- retry, or ruromunii. Notice. llryantaxrillp am wrhraHtlng a mm aftr caauitaunaT from Lancaster Hwh miv llmt llama, who ha lHtm ; Navom- - School attended Stat. Caibnre. Any ono holding claim against the m. . twcafHl (fXrhaMB evr who wa aani an the 14th. af TSr atetar, itn. P.iUle tlk gtiHf af Male of A. D. Ford, deceased, pre-H- t br and weiirhett mnr pound. Mr. and Mra. Stapp return.-- Sun-- 1 atfi&M. bjMx rtiirned ! f)aaiUe. hoW het wm VtNiHiM)', thr .lay Many friattd olTor goad wiakra. lie day from their honey moon and iiavr ! Meat aeg far sale. Oaad fat same ta me immediately and ThankaRivltiK, when Mm. J. efur Uathry awd Hny. properly proven. Clity XmiSmm Aiifk.4- - C. RotHH'o dMekm of the C. W. it palled J. K. in honor tf two taken roums with Mr. Mary I.ofaa. , ime AiNtnr ilsn'om C. Ford, Adm. (Ml. f PtdwMitJ. hat kio viaiUiiK II, M. of th CarioUnu ihurtli. tiro- - waetea. Meaara. Jarwb Huraaide and The It .ward join with tkoir nDkay. POP PHNTf 0 furataaad raata. maay frinU in amid. liakeK Ijne. l.exinaton Mi tltiiMtftr. Mr. Kwma Kntf-- j ,.,.J thn a raot Ihekte, moant.t la 10.80. batk and j MM a. .ucceil and happy married life. It. Mr. S. 1). Co. ran. Mr. and Mri. lUttjamin Wood have Notice. Mr. ami Mr. l.oytl llaurne ami ... . J hi. Vf. Morrvu. M. Walk ii far tk.tir tiauch- - Christian Church Notes L. tho ! of M. Will trodo lot, tM ay .100 feet, on HBUtne nmt All porsflin hax'lmr claim against laauKMi'r, .'ir. T. Jr., Mr. and Mr, r t. Mark Mr 4d Mrt. MiltoM l!nltnril. af D.ui. ter. who waa born on Jvavember 2Sth, The revival which had been in pro-ttr- danville .treat to gaad nuteiiiobllo. the estate of A. C. Miltx. deceased, Danville ou aportmeat turV ke? Imnhi rocmt vtaitart In !.- - vitt went 0. C. Wnlker. are requostesl to prove same as true! 'ITinkfavintt Day nt their She ii. railed Dori at the Christian far two w.-Lee of Mr and Mra. UnerwtMil, nvontte. under statute and tile nme church closed lit Sunday nijtht. VV.vm.1 f Im I u'., nfuml. im lunar ltaokcase and writFOR SAUI!: Mkh) with u at once. ere ing lefk. combined. the cour ..f the meet.aK INlltn h4 Miwr.. Jitu nar DaurtlW. Si., fc. nbu. beitm rocked mother. All thoe knowin? themselves NMi 1rU t)maa. f Paint Uflk. Mr, t'. D. SiniMoii. Mr. llaroUt Ulillwim aitd little In a c radio over one hanthed year added tu the church. Of thi. num It pd to niil estate will please ca' mm Mk wMti-oHher at were ky ronfraatwn an.) bap-- ! of Mia AW- - (iiiHaitvr, of tmt benn old, owm.n1 by h.r great grand-fathe- r. have meat hog., weight at once and settle same. FOIt SAI.K- -Uam. Tho rentainder come from nth- vMUnu hor mother. Mm. ('. A. Ar-nPhone 398. Mr. A. " Mile. .m rx Mim Marian Witaoa entertameJ r Chriafian churches, except one. H.10 iMiiimls r wlm Iwa brrn ill bar ajany Mm Dotal NWhMi. .Mr. ihmI Mn A ('. lleazKy ceafeWon jaine.i the lre- - It K. K, Hmry, of wore frin4 am tU4 ta know iio hn om with a beautiful bruVe party Friday " afternaaa at tko Candle Ca In hoa- - hyterian churek. 1lUhMBtM mau f Mra. J. C. Ufelj- ... A. Mart, of lUnv.i:. . ar of Mra. WHtinm M. WiWIamaon. t the meeting and Mi Mr. hbU Mra. T K Gtti nwi cMI. Ua Calif.. Mtat Amanda ' . ne Mr. and Mrt. .Iuh Mr. and Mr. Kshrt W'aad nml Aleaaads'r. ai Una ity. ne Xianainl n alKathryn Kamner. who d.rerte Mr Olb VankMk and daugk visit to her eld name. There were!"15 pror4 thrmaelver t be n, -. Mi wltiaiit mk oVIork ilianor bai Mia Warr.i.er' rVWay at their Mapltr. Mim N'rll. MrxiM. PritHk awl decoratiaa. af wiagta fl a heme Mr ware giwatly aajaye.l. in holier i f Mr J Hrrbett Wi.lry Vanhook and Sam Oaka upaat and tk kaatoaa xaas aaaiatad k nerj! VvMUe ...i KiMMtAi an hi Irtidr. of ItiimkiHrtviair with Mr.-- and Mrs. mother. Mm. Ora Wilaaa and Mra. Hart'a aanaaaa ware s :rt.t..1 , '.il. HHmm. fanniv I. lllam K. tkmaa. TWae ieiaiag impraaaiee as any aeries ever U ci FOK the party far aapaar aere; Mrs. Wa. ed In town. aVtksai, hi- - en x.ii: j 8 rea , Mia Mary Mupi, Mr. t spirit, Ms attmctfe pers.m.tlitv. Ora Wiissa. Mia. UHiaa naakiaa and hi earaesuteis in proii ... r t u f CariatJaalty ttrreM"-.-- : caste ThotMaiM. Mm. Oiiiv WUUsiaaa. Mi mi Mary Yanea. Ma. WHHaai Grimes. deaaatiaxstiansl lives endear.-' ail orito Ward and came t j kenw -: aVuaa; Miss tie lea Vvaasr . p.. A aatker anwnwl but , aacaatar.mix u t a 'teaM. .i i ant feature of the ntaetinr w- I '".'(.-- a sliii'iiHi'i o: m ( k. MAW a.aMl WL' u .... .... 'n vfv, lib., !: i Tnan ! .1 ir itrl- 'in- iio'iic ki!!iti Cn ,, fat u i? has the ckereh at Mw Keafarlan H tel un j iving tUaar, v a EXTKA FANCY, f Mr J, t, SM.iv a nd faatii . last Katwhigy ta tlhr officer an i j :, i!-- . m; vi luipulitr )larx' in .i :"! ere minister aaaer a a asare ei.joyal the af roagrera:ion. tVTIYTIUNC SANITARY Af'D PURE aM. Tfca Kaar ite : t Twnnty three, sat apaaa i ;he fet.-bear- , ' ( N . an.4 engaged ute tx,r.e . ii mm! v i any f i 'i- - u rkl. ken erd i,.., w tha ' rt eottld rb n.i wa aouatiOttly that was screed. The special t;uett of i crve.!. Thaee areseni were Mr. rVr. lite atiaaia were Mr Hart ni.l r Dennie, Mr. Wm. liamparey. Mr, Uneta Bitly fape. The tatter, grow n ivu Cheat'iam, Mra. R!iabsib On- - teaievnat ataerty next, ha- li.en a .il i.am'.txM ngrea-iioe- i tutt Mr- - a4 Mi. J. P Hamm, f member of tke Uincastar phono onrly they Como ( Ii urne, J. TT. IMamuae and daughter, ,r i I'oiu- !ii far ataay years. No better man Our siurli uf si it i.- -t long this price. I'litmiof Hnrgia and Jerque Diamuke. ef titan Uwsie MUly eeat lived fe iili'te aiil prit't'H alw.tvs njpt State I'aiveraUy. Utksaian. Maay as gaaaj. 'lib atfhwnt af the ehimh tthe- - remtivo and friettda Hare felt greatly kasxared in having h:i but owing tf Uh uoivditiaiw a a special gtiiMt and enjeyed him ry mukIi. of the vwtathur, it wae uMptsaUdu far all tu be goe.;it. Many tagtik wore LICK, KY. Public Square. Phone 206. given la sur balawHl Jani mul Master Not Suwdnr nt Uw Christian ' okurcii xxitl fe wliati II known as C. for TlunVsglvfhK'jlayx, Mr. Mr. John M.ifer, of Krtanffwr. Ky., it woa n rcrnt visitor f Ma Itraibor, MinMt Mr. .V. Mihr. f tM rity. to Camp Nelson riz When the averaee college grndu-- J FOK SAI.K OP. ItKNT: Garage ate returns home wth his sheep.skin or. Public Square. Possession Riven in hi hand he i prepared to revoht Addrcts .Innunry lt.. 1022. Hut if dad is; tioniie the wcr-ld- . AUIc Arnold, wise he begin, tht revolutlng; tirt. Colorado Springs, Colo. Care of School for the Deaf. irt the average The happiest da t0..17t.) wh-'ii devoted moth-- r man'' 'ife law for a pionth' visit., Single Comb Dark llrown Leghorns. its in . c!tiively, vlgorou winter laying strain. Karly bargain in cockerel, tt if taken at once. Stock carefully Co,umn selected and guarantee purebred. p. c,assl,ied 4 frtunda. Mia Ituth Carrier and Mr. Slap' bratker. Mr. Irvine Ph-n- K I i KATES. " Y. Hrynntsville Mrs. Jno. .N'aylor. lluenti Kxclinnge. Vista, Ky. 3 Kt. KtteMe f ait.1 Liitit.n Kimiicrd. Mm Mr. Tarn Pojmtrr and Mi Anna tr D. i' trip-tiin- we '! r- ' '' - kt 18-l-- 1 wi-ai- I ..... ' t. Xk Jh Ixwttt. kt J n-n- nek. ; 1 . - '! Ilr PiK-alM- - H? a-- .d i -- Sd eeia1 laiye - J GOOD !. ! t ' Friday and Satowlay l.AFCf. WHITE 1 ' i- - -- DECEMBER 2nd and 3rd ' ! -- Vegetables - Irish. Potatoes $1.65 or nt tor - AT PER BUSHEL. .';. l nt & Ruble d, Ja.s. H. PAINT Ealston The Central Record, Lan aster, Ky. Thur WAREHOUSES Will Not Open For The a ,y, Dac I, 1921 Sweet Daphne's D IJ luptj; uux Sale Of Burley i Um t"d . i Hr MURIEL tn BLAIR. SAPOLIO Rnm in Mm Hiiii Fer Every i Nanal-"- '' wni.t 1..I With Ownrn Ajitr In Confrrcnc "IIiih xer ' tilts of Nellie,' Aunciation Committer To Glvr Alnr) I.iimhIii. an lie ami hi r friend lahiii Willi, purled nt Time For Klrctlon Of Dlrcc : t,lll.ne llfllT opcnln; lilt, drive--, exiled) nlll.i And iVrnianenl -t-t lUa-- t reii-ltlii- lie . lorr Orgaoilalinn. "The lit- - la exiitiHle" ImIhm-- . isiin. iHit Willi I II le MHd - wn- - ED i Oiu' ItundriHl of Oie 1 11 ware-iium- i' vv Heat ALL Your House THROUGH ONE REGISTER Yes, it's just as possible in your home as it has been in fifty thousand others. You, too, may have every room comfortable with balmy healthful heat, reaching every corner by Nature's method of circulation and all through only one register! It isn t necessary to clutter up your house with pipes, overheat your cellar and incur big bills not when you can set the ALORH OrifUiilPtteartedPipelesifUrnaot can b wt up in a day, without Inconvenience to you, and will make your horn no comfortable in the severest winter weather you wilt be well repaid. Your house will be uniformly warm; your cellar will be Just right for the storage of fruits and vegetable. Your fuel bill will be 1pm than with stoves that heat only a part of your house. It Th Caloric U the Original Patented Tipeless Furnace the re sult of the tudy of competent engineers to solve the heating prob- lm In the rwti tjratl.firtorT war. Tkat thr tha fact that tho number nt li rrmril toll en n alitnli.tr ausisnt' of tatlifattkm I, thtrr t mi gtotrr than any vlhrr rlprlra rurna. ir u or tun Itatliratiien lira in tl lalrntM ant tiluiiif pr.ncpl' p. at IWtiniuUh tha ralorfa frrm all r.M a HhtT. I fumac liinM with an una cailn . but a iomrlt1a rolutl"n In furnart aulljific J timed cuKiiinljr for plnWn fcratlnc. -l Cat-'i- HERE ARE THE REASONS Cora W jou what thesa principle ar, and u what Caloric qualitr mnni, nr It mhf imitations cannot ammttiti tsa ism.-cnult-i. busing an in That. ou IU lx In no dana-t-r ' frrlor artlrK-- . with all lt dttappc.IntmM In later month. Crt a ropT of lh book "Froarn. whlfh tIU tt fart aUiut pl;tU kiatinf. If jou can't coma in. writ (or It. till u In Ami See Us fdi lhn and will itio alas HASELDEN Ma BROS. atTHt atSSUTO ITOVt k tAMC.TCO.. Clatlaaait Otto Pith of Duty la First. Ggraphlcal and Spiritual. We must nut waste chance of net inula n tree At Leamington there we make whtrh claim, or lm )'liiltiii'il, in la terlnf iiurct' iir.lrs something of our own Jive we cannot tin- - gi'ok'rapl'.lcnl fiitrr f i:""lml. to iiiiicIi for other Miplt ; et ili A f' iiillf Sirni.'unl on way of hetteriug nurselto I In tin- - Ainu, o nrnr tlic f'o.mpliiral tin path of dull klmlllt"- il'ii ro irl ' riii'V 'I - '1 I, Siilinnn h, t'ni. ac-lti ii llit'lf mi lni.ioi' if .i;iii. Dally New ilrllnnl Cftiti-- r uf I'mrlaiiti fin-r- an i finr I ireat iilroiiotinr Ihnl ii wr'-lu!i- The !((. Fraucentn Scatlgns of !.ocorot(niloa In tlic province of Hart, Italy, claim a in da ve dlscoM-re"perpetual calendar," which Jias hattled science fur centuries. Ilia calendar constat of two Ulci. one iiperlrnp.i-.-- d umiii Hih o'lirr. tijr the turning of whlrli the cornet ilay. eek ntiil inoiitli niiir lio iililalncl, Tli d "Perpetual CaUndiT," ' I I I I Irn-li- l m-v- iVilnn-r- t l tl iiilrmliir 'until to li.no l'i-ii.-.- ) f)rt li.r Ji.Ihi l.ot'kc. nn KimU'li plill ',ii- plior hIhi Ihi! In tin' t twiilh eoinnry. hut ll' fail oiirl n 'Ur ii ! tv l t It it of Arltotlo. wIomi four wu froiii ono lila nliloli ilio mini! Tli lo nnoilior won nrro Lliouii a h'm lullull Ii lllillnr ami l.y Ity ! roiiilmilly, l 'I lil "Asiaciation plini'H of Idea." rof-rr- :i'' ilnfrfl llfVloml li.lll III). AlCiHUIIIt. I iri'iioii iiitri Lexington-Flor- id Florida Three Through Trains Daily EHcttlve Sunday, November 20, 1921.' SOUlllULWaYSl Royal Palm l.v Danville '. Ohio Special l.v Ar. Ar. Ar. Ar. Danvilli- - 11:10 ChalUnooga C.T. Atlanta 1 A M A. .M. 3:40P.M. Ar. Chattanoofla C.T. 0:40 P.M. Ar. Atlanta 12:20 A.M. C.T. Ar. Mtcon 7:55A.M. Ar. JackMnvllle l"ul!ma!i KtwiniiK Car ami CimcIkh to Jackvonvllle. Dining Car Strung All Mtuli. 6:WP.M, II :20 P.M. 3:09 A.M. It :30A.M. Mtcon Jacksonville E.T. I'ulliiitii Slrciiim Cjr ami ("otehi- to Jacksonville. All Meat. DinfiiK Cam Suwanee River Special l.v. Uanvill Ar. Ar. Ar. Ar. Ar. Ar. Ar. Ar. Chattanooga Atlanta Macon 11:40 C.T.i E.T. . . I. il. 6:30 A.M. 11:24 A.M. 3:18 P.M. 7:38 A.M. :3f A.M. Tamsu ClaaVwater S:U A.M. St PeteriaHiri . taraaeta tMAM. HIT) Kaatrni Tlav. t'rtual Tlav, Slerpln( Car and Coackr lo TsmMiSt. Pet)r4lurs3(Vi Tampa) IC. T ) sVactentewn ... HrMMi (Via nraumtuwnj I)iola Car rWvin All Mrala. For Uekete, aleepiag car rraervatioua or other information, apply toTlrlct Agent or W.V. h1MU, WlHall raa a fta,. Maaatatai aj M HaaWTSJl eVMsjswVBsMaSl mwWt aaSLHa1aaaaaBaaalaaaaaaaaaaSaW Wgm ENOCH MOtGAfTS SONS CO. aEala&asaaUBaV'aa Tlny hod Im- -i eriMt frlemls lliee SnW Vs9wiecf ( w.iri'' cui- - cotwmlttri' Tur.day voti4 thnv. All llwixiiili Nellli' eutiui-weii- l .Mnr mi Ml ii.'hii. had Iki'm clo. NsmYssrh ti a,i' n ri'olutln prnvltlinp fer the O.S.A. i trr of tin1 vnri'houe, n far n el lo her Hf her mall) llinHnllitnilin-Sin lillil ptiimlnl IMit to turret theiil 0 t m.o of burley toliaeeo is concern when .he tsMihinl itn rtly mi her wed . ci ii'll:MK thr porimiiirnt iliin; lour Ns .Will. had ieile'iued t ion of tlu HMOcintion mill the selt'C-turWALLACETON her ptilille. Suli of ew-pmonth tif tlu board of illr'ctor.. The "I shall vienr Ihe inllur nt the reg I'aul lliillard. Jr.. nns moved to illil not viitt nuainst tllnr chili i.nrty next week." ' ii r nld .Mrs. Porter Hill I terx III nt this j llagd.id. Ky e regret to looe ill .inc, but Inter in thi Mary. MVmi will In there, I Upline V writing. such excellent neighbors .M "I think not i' 1,1 n conference with the vsirehoue it nut I not terv Mis Florence Kslridge sprttt thej nmnilttee. at which iletnil relating )oi kltim. nml tif.'ils me mol week-enMis Ada Sparkn entertained a with her 4ter, .Mr. Ada' mid Duplin were of Ho time n lhee partirulnr warehou-r- s number of her young friends Thanks, .Monte nm timed utit, Willi' of them heuiK in irate a tierioii laosh. "I fMr I " dinner was .Mrs. liiiymoiHl t'ntes. ef Lowell,' giving Day. A huunti-otii.it the Kirl nue. Mar iouiitie.1 in which dark tobacco, a r ".N'oifSen!"' i rlinl detotml wa the guest of .Mrs. (eo. Smith served and games were played in the well ii buriey, is rown and denirini; trlelid present were: afternoon. Those Tnelilj Ihtee nlid )otl IihiU Tuesday. ,i open their housei to sell dnrk to. like lxle-i.Ml es Ida and Daisy Webb, Luc) Ida and Daisy Webb, of' .Mie L.ie only, while rciiiaini tic clonvl so "I hiill put Ihe iiillar iixii) In in) Kidd, llliod.1. Wilder. Ints and Lillian Irvine nte the pleasant gUets nf JUss .o ' " milil lintihiie f.ir us hurley i concerneil Kiillowini: i.i illttrhinn, Ada and Kdna Sparks, j Ada Sparks. Jll-- t here Murj Hindi II pletell-- .' of "i coiltereiife witn ine roniniitlee Messi Leonard Mrtiee, Kilward Hal tliik hihI while j ii I except tit: her prti llrv Voting tilled his tegular up-- j bird. Itussell Kramr three either aiKllod the Willie Klkin. closinu resolutions or acreed to re-- 111 mid crimling Iter pearli leetli m pointment at the .Methodist Church rioj. Ktri.gi' Wade ami Itaymond i feint of the iwhI drinsilflll niL-e-. Sunday afternoon. jiIii rWed. pendinc the ort;nniza-tioSpurk- 'li.e irung people ilepart "Daphne Willi" hi ninddiil These three of the a.Kooiatioil. 'Ihe 1' V I' I', i pregrini- - nice I id lliattK ilk, the iios'iss fir such a I Imim-i- i erel). "If ever Her, tlint ly with goasl atreed to remain cloeil until DecemI ..or u,attendance and the p'eaant day f iHir. Ill IH tniiii n ber Kith. I programs are line. it: ; The conference adopted without iu.i. iiinitisl i4tn,.. .Miss l.uey Kidil entertained sei Hp of her ninli ernl of the young people nt her proposed by n Mxliie I lie i i portion a reo1ution t aan l Lm a If b a kiaa lmlHl-c inimittiM' rompood of Jame C. Thursday evi'tiing. , Stone, M. - Kirkpatrick and Dave in rlniilHS lo fool i en old. anil I Mi nk .Maggie Day. of I'aint lack Mis n dull lu Im If an) Hteli it rrvwitt, which win nppolnteit on 'lil Im. kelnr Tajatlaj a AeftSSSS . run SaBaf hi. Ne Ii i visitng her grand parent. Mr atiu i.'otion of Dr. Samuel II. Ilulloy. r flae)sj(aSjs)kef 9te4tMateaR 'tdle vlltl.m.- r- tMHIld hapli .Mr. I '.in ll.illurd Sr. n ntiniber of motion and sillxti- - alotliT. " klXassr '" Itev Willie linger will pn-h ntmotion had been otfered look-pIl vi n nil a iMpliHe' Stortnen Drug Store n toward the valuation of ware- tonrell iNat up the llaptist Chun ii tht 'i.t a I I1' ( H ln l e to hou.-property. The resolution of, phm-eiiflp ii ml solp nmong lor feri'-- l b the committee provided that mind t!,i wnrehouemen olTer their proper! liriiiht girt friend, lu her T'liphlie Ml mnt well eolisllHt-- tha-I; to the noelation far it use until j HiMihl Nini- -r rttnrry. t e hoard of diri'vtora of the ler "h"' I"' i ' nn n proper-- t at. on and the owner" of the litlnr iliel. ghrti l her ! a dr. r have lind opportunity to work out Ctrl ftiitMl ii- - Mrthda) Ccllar not nrcs-sar- y ea method of valuation of the proper- Il wh neHrl) a enr nfler Ihe put In any small house with V it i propoed by the iiociatien illlli! of Nellie that Dnphne reelli-- t hi out illstur bine a ioln who llted mi .Mir tier fr i take over. present hrating Ion. She ImhI Jnt previour to the adjournment resularl) with heii In correioinl'ii' ' ntrancrmmts.un till relnthe. and e of the conference, which wa in til ready to use , tliii,- .Ml Ii I I'nlln hud with the iiti from 10 o'clock until 1, and . lielKhhor, n Mr I'alll lUrnes Ahun .tMembleil ncain at '1 o'clock, Tt.e Anc4a la elsrol la ll new. for joii "I haie f IMC ia I , a ( nairman 1 1 Jf. linlpli M. Ilarker, of the Daphne." till lnt teller ran. "I mi a st"" atu l - rom the often oh )on what u tine young iiimii warehouse committee, j K mHiarnraKsnilfsr Ill parriit left tope no warehousemen in the district Mr. Ilnrne wa. allo-a-- n ruasaa. Tka atrr iraKm to Aimkh llaJiatoialo till unite an elate. and I lippoe lie wuuld ijrnore the wishes of the liO.OOO uu4l.finmot Ouf ahr. nul JtJMiKal haallim pUM ttT I ri lAM'toaiarlutVivJiMtaillkoutlt. tsasll IDKALvAnola I ,M had iiKiied the fot loiicly III the old hoiiiet-itioli.uco ernwers IVlrf ti ,matl rate, lie i al.oiit to marry, and Krjuftfs volttnMt Jar. See marketini: contract and siiiy Hot wain hca n aa one now on display in my window. do ou think hi- - ha plrled MmfU anl ear airua-nia- e that all would keep their houe clov- what piNire! a'lrl III the lilac- - IloiiI . bra Hie a loYt l P. B. WILLIAMS, ed so far a the sale of burley tobac- one IJlin Temple SMats all luuaai. Mr her Sit" I Kentucky. co wa concerned, until the nidat- folk iMtniot aflToril an) kind of an Lancaster, ion could iret ready to do business.' outfit, nml ierj nuleili .ome friend Vice Chairman Stone eprced the it ml in)M-l- f are helping her out. If cost Lowers "load w us more than T.,000 anIt aver ame thought, c:lliiik' attention to the )oii hate unt little trlnV to eontrllmembers of the association fnct that the men In the conference' lite, I .hall he Klml." age of about HI. cent a hundred CimmI henrte Ilaphiie had .imiethllig Costs all had been for the where-- ' 'pound to nhip of U alrilKllle Willi herelf Then her marketing plan and had worked hard, K) . Lexington, oiil a .airlrtie. an it had cost them from $1 !t5t for it, milking poible by that hard getiemn "I .hull peter marry." lo- - .aid t shipping a.suriatio n are furiiiahing j$t 7f to ship through u local buyer work mid devotion to the ciiune of l lmll - making iiie one one of the herelf methods where-h hefole the association was formed. its limit succes. hnpp)." and the Iiuh. hox'" went to farmer of the State can market Similar results are being obtained The resolution provldim that the .Ml Dnlh) livestock, according to reports receiv-e- by an association recently organiied warehouos remain closed for the Two month Inter Daphne', unlit in dllferrnt from organiintton In Union county, the cot of shipping sale of buriey toliarco pemlini; thej died. It wii. nn'iif-i- l that Ml. Iiulht by D. (! Card, marketing having been reduced about 30 cent ns-.hoiild ak her to make her Imine counties oerinunent organization of the i pei'ialist at the I ollege of Agricul- on the hundred pounds by mean of sociutioti was olfered by Uev J. II. I with her. Thi .he did. nml Daphne ture. N'ot only hae the association the plun Thin associaJones, of Harrison County, and wan tumid hef.elf liilnlled Nt Merton. of the wil saved their members money In plac- tion has .hipped lite carloads Up to "I haie oftrn lloillk-h-l the first business considered by the dllig oil wrote me nhotlt." ohertel ing stnek on the market but ' they the prearnt time at a cost of from inference. It reads as follow: of her ar have had a tendency to improve the Daphne, the llrl "ft to 15 renti a hundred pounds that we keep our ware Itwil. cla of livestock tnicd in the terri- .Marketing through a local buyer cost house closed for the sale of burley "till, did I neier write jim"" tory covered by the association and farmers in the county from 06 to 7.1 Ml- - Dalhy "The malili wit tobacco until the Hoard of Director' a hundred pound. up iilllo a huud have developed a spirit of of the Hurley Tobacco Growers' Co- - hroken nlf. We cot among farmi r of the commun- irnts operative Aociation is elected und Mime oilint for l.lun Temple .he ity. The Onion Livestock Shipping livestock shipping lieter llnl t. fo' .lie eloped with II in Webster county, one of a reasonable time i allowed the assoihf associations are among the most simclri'ii performer two dm alciation to Ket oriranizcd and ready. dale fur the wedding." marketing organi- the newet one to be organized inple of which i for business." "And .Mr l.ariiev lintulrd Daphne zation and constitute one of the ready has obtained results riu resolution relating to the valu- -' lelleteil, eaiet mothud by which farmer dicate that the association i to be "I think. eerelly. he w reducing marketing in atlon of warehouse property, as fin for the girl was not of hi rln may undertake tin form of work, ac- successful Fifty-nin- e bogs were shipped costs. ally reported by the committee nam lieadstrolig. rMprlelou. all for till! i cording to .Mr. Card. cost of .'III ed on motion of Dr. II alley, wus1 ami glltler." in the limt carload at During the pas! year members of tif eoiire. Daphne met I'aul Itarne pounds. It reads as adopted unanimously. lliillard county rents a hundred I in .pring up n mu the association in I ami there follows: have iiiinle an average saving of apIl III. III. .'.(- "Inasmuch as the Hoard of Direc- llllll Ii he Iihh atl. Ihe giinlen gat proximately $i(l on each of the 77 1!) the way, la congress still III seslillig tors of the Hurley Tobacco Growers.' i the tender Inline m e of the n i vara of atoik which they have shipped sion, or are they loafing around in Associatin will be ulerl-- j .hllie liluht .eemeil to hind him lln a report from It It. Wilford, mana- Washington, or have they all gone ed within the next thirty days, and ns geritiKl) to tin pol If those birds don't make ger of the iioc l.'tion, states. The home y "Von are a wood frleml. Ml. WII nothing cuu be done until noise soim it will look total saving on 77 cars when 10,000 another )Oii. hut they are elected, and a we have been lln," he .aid "I I hilte heiird of your kind thought In pounds was taken an an average car- suspicious. assured that the subject of appraised, one )oimg lady I buying or leasing of our properties make Imppy the make my wife. atShaM nine tliiiiuhl to up us noon as practicawill be taken w walk o the hike mid hark? Il I ble after said Hoard i elected. he .tl.ll II lieuiitlflil Capital $50,000.00 "He it resolved, that we warenml then- - waa n strange, wl' Surplus $60,000.00 housemen otfer to the association the fill tieinor In hi mire. Dnphne leiied to Wold I hnt rang use nf our warehouse until the Hoard Holier Roll lank. flltEgaV of Director of the asoeintion, in mi tine their eiho thrilled liliil llll time tie 4 per cent paiel conjunction with the owners of the Cereil, eteii a he rnllie hark to the posits. Call and see us her heart healing with the jov warehouses, work out a fair method hoie, new found hiippllien, her fm e of il J. J. Walker, Preiident. of arriving at the values of the var- nullum with telltale iluhe W. F. Champ, ious properties by arbitration." She went up to where .Miss D.ithy W. O. Itigney, Ass't. to the President. arm around her. un l at mid put I., (i. Davidson. Cashier. True, limitation of armament Ifld Imt fare on her .hunt. may reduce taxation, but who wants der. J. I. Cill, Assistant Cashier. "Dear ioikIii." h wtilserei, ")oii W. F. Miller, Assistant Cashier. to forego the privilege of bragging oh me ton hud nloreil my old 'hope over the liie of hi income tax? Mr. Naomi Hamilton, Teller. garret " hox' In ih "V bar," replied Miss Dalhy, The open door in China is again .lulling wley. worrying everybody but China. "I .liouhl tike lo hate It hark ligillli. The former emperor of Austria if )oii pleiie," sahl nwie Djphna would be quite Justified in scaring up Willi, LANCASTER, KY. a broad grin. He ha induced the A PukUc Square and Danville Street. pilrhfork with remotahle tlie. Corner alliea to ahip him to Madeira and pay a hlih inn he ivpliieed. If hrokeii, ha hla household expenses. been ateiited by a tvBSsii luvenlsjr, wnri-hoU- rr rnmi.'iiilini rop nt the eonfereitcc with tlio over ihe ni-- k eollnr nesitl) up In t lii.- - pHpr tetth a 'l Isas l ntile It. "Nrllle I lloHHtlltriil." "' w $ In tlie kUchrn SAPOUO clean pott, pant, oUcloth and cutlery; in the Mimom SAIXMJO cleans porcelain, maible, liling the wash liaain nncl lialhtuls; in the hallwey SAIX)UO cleans painted wood work, doors, tills and concrete or atone Moors. See that the nameSM'OUOiii on every package. 1 1 orK-inun- !s I'i.-vr- nftt-tnoo- . im-I- d s ln-- " I I ii u j i. siir H hr i.- if-te- .rrl I l' ). a ii-lo." 1 ni "n d ao . Heat Your Bungalow, Cottage, or Flat with Hot Water , i--j - ref-rre- exprt! he il fCOia '- lia-Ic- a- 1 Cooperation Of Marketing d ' d i "Ill-solve- .c-iuih- -- let-all- new-r-o- .ill-gete- t. In-- r CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK. ThftCtntral Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Dec I. 1921 3 mm . THERE IS VIGOR hvj( - - riAev ix trim ING IN RICH BLOOD Pcpto-Manga- n LOVE m J.' "BRED IN OLD Itepin n e I KENTUCKY" i il B 1 Mil ?' ' I. A 4 '.I - rccs war3U..U.rava-'v- W"?r; A 3 $ In Liquid or Tablets a Blood Builder. Vigor anil trongth hnve a their bate rich red blood. Wood i rich when there nrc plenty of red corpuscle. Thrv nrc the liny red cell STOCK SHOOT SHEEP.KILUNG No your ncrub nn grnilc mre wrh ga the Hetter Sire, llf'ter SioeK" campnitn What about tin tro "f herd boar? lll.UOIl WILL Tl'.U. inirrbre.1 MCCARTHY DOGS champion. KING PILOT NO. 457,531, by the Pilot, the world' Gvtlrriif , Flc. Bt Oiven Such Animal, and Should Dt Destroyed t Once. hr ih Conildr tion Should Shefi Ph.ne W. Lexington St. Lancaster, Ky. i. 'whuh or wlm in blood anil give H col- - The lie l' klllini; dug imillttiie iMie P o the olieep nf the grentet menace lnduir. Sii Ii due not nun kill i.luii nlw.ns Wl Scon heep, hut keep out of Ibe ierp lm lie null Mho lire iiIIhtIm Inelltlid rlMllln of the to go Into It. II) i l.'lilleil State I lepnrlllii'iit of Agrtml SANDERS BROS. & AMON, PROP. ture. Company LANCASTER, KY. Sheep-kllllndoi; ivurl l.nlli fllisly anil In trmil". but M'iiuII) In tuim or 17. l.ouiivillr, Kentucky 'lhe tin not limit their at three I ojifratliiK the warchni.xc.H named below and re- tack to Hi Itork of Hie Immedlnte lclnlly III which Ibey arv kept, hut Mpectfiilly jmiIu its your HhiiunentH! n hn After (iiiile'n travel fm mile In nil direction, been taken for n while the blond be- - upreMilIng KENTUCKY HOUSE. l.urimore & Sons. Mamieem. delructlnu In the rWU come rich with retl cell.. They nllli whtih Ibey nunc In rmitnft. TENTH STREET HOUSE. U. H. Alexander. MKr. jhelp to nuunh the entire ytcm. rniioe their "erk I nfii'ii dom mi LOUISVILLE HOUSE, l...kMdm Schmidt. Mm. f With good liluod at work there I n der the eover ef ilrkiie It allium .Mark niir tobiuro o (Trent (Inference in living. Kilting, ltiiMilble to inti'h llo'in In lh Nit of of tin three hotine.: and Lexington. K Plan f. r a winter Lexington, Ky., Cattle feeder in it 'vill roc (He proiupt and proper attention. sleeping iitul cxorrio lire enjoyeil. MiirrjIiiK beep. Aftr a dug bn nine funned the Iioa to be he'. I here Dec. -- 7 to .'list. Wayne, Nelon, Davie, Hart, "Tloyle. !! Cude' All druggxtj I'epto Mnn-by the Utile lira It Poultry Associa- Madison and several other cnuntie.-nrliHlilt of killing pan Xdverti'cment. a maiilH llli blm ml I- - I el tion are taking on a definite tarm planning to study the mvthoiU torn If ever broken f ' He enh and give promise of making the of the other fellow during the coming a fiiriuth purebred '"iin' event one of the bet pwultrj-a- . year in an effort to improve their to t'n club meniber at n rfiiin.a p lav ever seen in thi SeclMWI, of producing; beef, accord method nalili- - pr ri tit give in order tn an announcement by A.1 ing to plan for tour being made b ... .1 irtnrt i hr work. ( apii.. poultry sperinli't at the Way In m I Hhoad, beef cattle exton-io.S i nninlerflblc . been Campbell ruun'i farmer interest ha t f g griculture and prenicient specialist from the College of iloyle county far- -' ,ven special attention nmanc rover ItepurM of increase in the u ra f ' e i. nation. The state meet Agriculture. The tour will be nr f rattle inent f boy and girl in junior .vr this full with the result that mer in the rdictitiiH b k l!and Itiil and Single1 ranged to nllow feeder in n given 'ew field in Uve county in which tuberculoid a a reiult of a recent rultunil rlilb being receive I by tti.b ( il White Leghorn brceden to- - section of the State to oliorve prar ml washing might hw m which the nuthoritiei at the College of Agricul occur dll be movine pMar with an iilurntional exhibit tice being followed by feeder in the aarc Oil winter, according to a re him HtitliHi. "Oat f the Shadow," ture from oungster of the State I. ie otlege and dwplny of bird same section. Parties making the a County! an- howing increaied iuteret ill the akown. according to i ort from County Agent II. I. Link. i. winning rountie in Kentucky the tour will consist largely of farmer 1'eiiltry. dairying. rel i lotion, Agent C. L Taylor. .More tlun uno projectn outlined for them in tin .Sfati Pair tandardiantion ( exhibit who are conducting demonstrations orcharding and swine feeding are to pertoiM ntteHded tae meeting. Among the report are work. are ixperted to make the how ri with their rouut in Good retulta being obtained by the thoe from llreuthitt, Uiwrenre ami ipeclal ttentin from far- o ail poultrymen and farmer agent and the college extension di rr In the Kcr (Irme community rj. operative ptirebred HoUtein ire JnrkMtH rountio., the county agent A MlfhUnd Colli, On Year Old. Ken!Uik. viion f Crittenden county during tar cm-n- awoeiatien in Campbell county have ii f which anticipate mi increase in eep I nielf ead o'la' M, marh intereat that Jere f farming ynr, theie jKa.' thi yenr'a enrollment over that of detro thi xrr lanne lut year. In mot can the work dg to lie work Nn lrr .ivtng been inrluditl in the mm mil dns thoulil ami If 'in,!.. ir' !.t4un, a rewirt M being carried on through the en- - dlitotiiii be givenfri'iu tie- - 'iiri are in iumt program af work which Uiey .. W 0. HKiNLY W H. UICKERSON i .luii!' II F Link operation of Mhool teacher, many irent ave outllneil under th 4triYUan ut fro (e avmdeit, llie.v hnlihl he killed n unty Agent John It Hpictr. of whom have reported n record enii h thflr haldi are kiioun. Member of Ur .Marlcvltlr .laniur rollment from their district. Xgrictilturnl Club in ' FEEDING CATTLE FOR PROFIT uunty. ncentlv Ued fetcr Lift at I Sr It. ltl J our nelglilior khmit fil vent when they hrl.l it junior rial' I'l'ti't Market Rtquirement, for Beef Are I know a ery lior triMutng- -. few ije rarnivnl having iropriit S Much Higher Than In Former who h t" for dltliiglliel man .(kiwi Hnd n number af other Year, Skill Needed. l n report fram according nmnary M tin l'eiil ir- The feeding nf beef entile for the thru' County Agent II. It. Ct-trel- time of the year to avoid Residence Plume 3Ii. Ollicell'hone 18. Pint Find Thotif Inl line of a market hit Proceeds frw the carnival overhauling and uliMiuentl rhill-Try OoM'lr unwearieill) till ttioa work, which reiputes n high grade of will bo Ued to ptiirhMte a tewing ing hogi being en to the market, mnb'ft the hlgtu-v- t thing limit art caof the fklll machine for the rtub. according t marketirjj n'cri.ilit at pable of doing, famine mid nntwuril feedingthroiti'li vatlle of dllTeieut luatrrlnl-U- ei e. being mnalderrd ; anil agrfeuhural the College of Member griruiturc. There clrcumlam of Junior III the prodiirllou f beef, a 'ub in Warren county who raiie t eriuu danger that annua U which tlieli do II John Stimrt Mill viell a an aiprecliitloii of the repig for their project during tae com-- 1 are averheattil while being loaded quirement of Hiilmnl nutrition and Stilnlfti Ntfdlt InvtnWd. ng year are to have exceptional op- -' witlbeome chilled on their way to hreid btilue rilillllv. Without thee On Satisfied With Lot. tvflht Another. St.t If )o bnre ever ued a needle jcii prereUllle the feeder l doomed t portunitle in obtaining a ktatt a market with the reult tfKit they catch the ceat ha hi vieak-li- e Mnsathuetti bought the claim of Of cour-to M..e a, the Georges heir to tl.e atnt. but he liev ' lr wine grower a a result of plan rohl and tell at a dfondvantnge, the will realize that oteel runt and ntnln. lecelve verj miihII return for hi In a i in (.pr ii 1 bor The markei iiMulremeuto for a g.irelle IIIh Vew of Miilne In 1T7 for about tl,".V. loading, But now Hietalnle being nude by hrecder. of purrbml prialilii ay. Carele ' vmteil In nenrrli laborniorle of j U'cf at prevent are mi:, b higher than bog who with Coun- hard driving and tn'trentment of the n l!ngiii' iiiimltlnn fnrtnry It will In former ) ear. It I neceary, there ' Ntctsiary. ( For Oil Stain,. imaU ty Agent W. II. linger. According mtiat ritardel againt mt Ihii I tien (".) i ti nt. tore In order to obtain price, which "Tom, I told yon to keep that dacha-hui.- d oil tiifu mix T remove carefully, thy Ut pretent plana pmminrnt breedrr ' fn lit mill. Ilnti will pay thu feeder for hi time ami out of the dining room." "Part of of plrit nf I oiitlnj. to produce n herd of rattle a well three mime onmc of and on.- of h'm hn to project Into the dining nrnrly uniform in apHarp' and Jim would any room, mv dear when I feed blm In the limn and ipiallty. with a blcli market lemon Courier-Journal.ouI'Vllie kitchenette.'' ulance tluNh and )iiimelrical development, j other particularly 111 thoe pari which leld ' Crab, Walk Off With ClockJ. Porridge Was Thin. cut la which the profit In ennba Christmas Maud. In lie for the butcher Little rruueet. ace three, wn eatfeste.1 with landrrnb two feet ai ing breakfa't at the home of her f 'which wartn over the earnp c Ttie oatmenl pnrrhlge frandfather. ARRANGE WALLOWS FOR HOGS ' trnveler In such )nr?e nmnber a ' was a little thinner than maml Hint WT. f ntronomer. morning. Tin- A pnrlv Inhe dnngerou. ltKike.1 little ml Water Mutt Be Supplied Not Only for led br Admiral Wbarn n were uiiuhlr tently at her grandfather for .onte -pF e Animal, to Drinking but for and tue time a I to protect their 'H I! porr'di:e, Cool Bodiet. 'arse mid ibeti broke the me' crab even hat pn r - V p u r r Science lni'-"- l - r" t rhronom lence with in pauie where there U no Moi.Uilv oil ;r ..'! r ,iMi r .vim s .iin 'ike seup." water ure llkel.v to uffcr. not only fof drinking vvnler, bill for waler In which r, root tbelr bmlie Slop are not aif" .a r raw a lit lent. The hoc ohoiihl have water In their tumuli- - nnil in the wallow to tool tbemev' wheu the burning ray l or the mm iuaki' their live a torture. Hog Imvo a way of ridding them V K'lr of trotihlioute pnralte wbeli l j they have n iuudd wallow. Natuie It ccliti'. Holps them to survive a the ('.hi ymi cmu-eiM- ' of nnytliiii: your ,un or httet when there N n Mruk'Klo for ei H i ilaiiKlitt-- r would like hotter tlmn to receive a nieo ir! with piiniHlteii. 1 I leg houd that uiHt be 4iiiei iev bank hook ix ChnVtmaK inominK and realize j bavo IimI" unt! twenty of water. It I pos.sc.xs- - : that he or she i amldenly and bad enough to be kept In eu 'Mtbont i nl ol' a Lwuk ueeount "just like Biowii-tips?- " a Mnizgt with heat mimI thlrt. lve Think of the uicuntivu it would ue to thu ounu i iIkiiii khade and wuier. crimp cut easily because you know Greatest ne to save, .nml aivutntilnte, wAteh it grow. . TheKentucky Tobacco Warehouse ; blood Itlinul red corpiucle Would In' white. When overwork, or 'tri'liing, or lllntu weaken the I blood, it illmlnlslic the niiinlier of red 'ell. Without n tulTiricnt mini-he- r of reil cell the hloml heroines watery, the hoily wenk. ViKiir "nil strength full olf, o tlmt phyairnl like u failing plnnt. life diminlahc The phyocal plcanuro of rating nnil nccpng nnil exercise loe nil iittrac- -' tion. There U no zcit in living, i I'cpto-Mnnga- rrffr'l mnl nf nin'e fnlll ulmie Arl tf'l its CHECKERS," it' your move. CATTLE CATTLE We our. more ufaik i.v t'.an ni "iM ,rt KfM'.t. m BLACK-CAROYALTY NO. 253,797 AND BLACK-CAGARRARD NO. 283,fi01, "Herd Bull." Viung Mock ithcr c r i. e n" time. P "KENTUCKY CATTLE bonr in the world. "KENTUCKY RANGER," irrd by the lnrRct -- 1 Dixie Stock Farms. 11 I nther Blue Grass Poultrymen Cattle Feeder Are To Completing Show Study Beef ProducPlans. tion Methods . t 1 e -- Farm And Home News From Over Kentucky i ' Farm Youngsters Show! New Interest In Clubs. lf pro-pi.-- e. -- i rji .ir.ud -- i " it - I 'ceie ltet -t g 'f ,.t -- . i,- I a.Hitn Chill Weather Requires' Care In Marketing Hogs. ' l. W. 0. RIGNEV & CO. ' , Funeral Directors und Embalmers Lancaster, - Kte."--I.iull- lle ('iHirlrr-.liairiiit- ; iitnt loe hc-mn- r liltilcr-lillnllll- k' Kentucky. e, nre.co-operatm- g -- '. t - 'eme l. I bUh-prlie- I r' I; c!el!aBeBBe'Ilwr VasdBafllBLUr1 1 pe ' I 'irr'd "' sir1 h! 11 MiWy- Come on PaF&StJai . along! Why Not a Bank Book for Christmas? c Fill up your makin's papers with P. A. it's Ftlnt ! ; sport to pull out your mnkin's papers and some Prince Albert and roll up a cigarette! That's because P. A. Is so delightfully co"l a,ul refreshing in a ciijjtrette just like it is in n jimmy pipe! You novor sum to get your fill P. A.'s so and it stays put. It's the best bet you ever laid that you'll like Prince Albert better than any cigarette you ever rolled! And listen! If you hav a jimmy pipe hankering-b- y all means know what nl PLAN JJ in tvftpy TO PREVENT INFECTION Oe Albert uivj hull pun4 Iin humUm tmmllylhm a! tfJuftj hf f. tidy rva ffru. SiJa,e pmnj ttJ i Newly Purthaicd Animals Should Quarantined in Separate Pchs for Tvo Week,. Think Ulan, ut the valualde of life it (Mild he to a rhild, or yotinif mnti, or u tfirl. things then mnko the de- Think of all of poait and irtt the book. tht-Hc J j j ; ruti humt-iapC .! r mtttttme with joy'ttsly friendly and appetizing;. Piince Albert will be a revels iuii to your taste! No other i obacco at any price is in itx. class! And, it rolls Up you! It's a revelation in a pipe as well as in a cigarette! P. A. can't bite or parch. Both arc cut out by our exclusive patented process. Prince Albert can do for j parrhutecl Pa not pjaio borrow ec fur vtork rctiHM) log purvMMa, r chlbllil at with you hed fair liniaeiHalel Keep uck asark iiaaraitlliuMl In mt urate poan fur at l"0! in,, wreki and H rei Ml fnlHg Hint nlleml I Ing MMeal earrylnti infra to i4br pii ttM fiom lra iely ik bri! tc. t'i BOAR HAS GREAT INFLUENCE - eSwifC' 4 PEU CENT ON TIME AND SAVINGS POSITS. DE- - Bicedino Animal Should De Placed CcaeMllred Yard and Away Pram Rett of Herd. Fringe Albert Wtoel iTc. ) bin How iiImmii the benl hoar) )urd, from out In u the binl. Itememher be I the text half of tbr lire. ding power nf (he herd, and that III liilllieiiie n.1 the priilltk for the jenr nmnuut to tnorr than that of any one now. n"ldeil aa The Garrard Bank & Trust the United States and all foreign countries. Go LANCASTER. KY. Wo sell travelers Cheilites, which ure k'ood in The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, Dec I, 1921 KENTUCKY TURPS of Mr nml Mm. Miirtin Itrogli, GREAT PROGRESS la the Last Tkree Years the Kentucky Jockey Chih Hat Distributed in Stakes and Purees $3,479,655.00. Mr. Sander. Mr. nml Mr j Civile SnmliTu nml Mr. Ancle Snn-- t dor were tin- - guet. Muinliiy of Mr nml Mm, T !row. (iottchell nml baby Mr. .Mur.-lm-ll Mill leave Wcduo.dny for her home Kugene Jml. Mttter in .Marion, I.ytlo will return home with her to jpettd several week. Dr. ami nml Mm. l.Mnry t.L1 . ,... . Hoe; Killinr Delayed fainu'M of the countj a n endeavor In have their hog kill int. Ilnielieil ami out of the way liy Thnnk.giviug Hotvoter. owing to tin- - umiu.ill weather thlt opi'ii work tin of a necessity been delayed thi jeiir, no hog having been killed u to tin. time, nml loiiii l the complaint that the .Mini nte "cntimc their head oif." "i Hurley Tobacco "Bo" McMillian ' Ing Asorlatlon nmoiiiit Offered Good Job. volving fuml. of I Market linnnci.il support to Jl.r.flo.llOO in a re llii- - miMICIIIREI II. A. Dawe. Mr., Moieland ami on, Jantr llourhou, Mix Zillah Dawo Delicious (Louisville Banks nml Mr. II, A. Dane. ,lr were the Candies. guo.t Thanksgiving "lay of Mr. nml From the t.eilniitnn (Ky.) ThroitsM'red IIomcJ Support. Ml. Coliter (' Dawe. of Part, nt Candy pud.l ng, (all kindl. co mIII be of pjrtli iilnr In eret M II. hreedeM of l! oruiictihriil m IMS ' the home of Mr nml Mr. I!. II. t'Oalitlt ball, raocolate rteam, audi Itnnk of l.ouinvllle got concrete. IT nml to Hiom persons eier) where ho unn nl "oo dor lo ritieit ' Huiehrrnft. -- tillfed ly behind Kentucky' greatett dale. .0ot. per pound the situation In Itentmkt ami lo hmt I lie prosre I'll u4 been ' im Plea.e order In time. No order project when representatives Mix Amy Dawe, of (iforgetown - llo io tin I lot ioeiilriT. ,if lIMi'ii ilur .mil .!'" eir. ii. (College. Mr. O. M. Morel.ind, Mr for let than two pound local bank., at n meeting of i peii'l. oti the qn llll) of tlir mill llic i,iill!n f Ihut prln ' will Colivcr ( Virgtnin lleiuie Mr held at PemlcnnU Club guaranteed Dawe. Mr. II. A. Dawe. i anil iiir,, , in mii'iH' i III iMiiiriiii hi me ni"m tin,H r Paint I.ick, Ky to the Finance Committee of the Iltitchcraft. of It , p mi u,i i,i . Hfrn iiel lurlinti ier luri wun niner iin Part, nttcmlotl tin- - Trail Kama lie of ahn il :!' luoe. Tliet liuil rniife for i.miplnii ' (leorgetown foot Imll game in the t nlnsiMe a , afterttonn ThnnKtrlvinr ilnv Neer III the iil.iorj of the uitf bite t ir it.- hrtl II lln ltr hurnlneler the) are mill IWP ' tr JHI He jll-l- b II. C. I table eiitertdine I a Mr at -- nri.i ,a it .iiv.'iit l"ut, seneml Hx.lra number of friem' nt dinner . Willi inillt ti'ts'Si' il Ur link of toilBi- 'bi. f lite lel miTniri' Those present were Mi-. til Hie liUh. jii hi nt lb.' J ?!-for hi I i!il .1 iti l i M. Dean. Mr. A II. Sitoi" 1 f.,i ..mrw Mini. Ihe lmhrr h The I'orter. ..bee w ii.""" .Mm. W. II. Cunningham. Mm. He flten efc wml a niMiiI.er ..f l!U4) In. hint ettr frHM lmtUll Totitlinon ami Ml Margate: Kohin - YEARLINGS INCREASE IN VALUE. t. Mm. M. Christmas college lian offered "llo" A Toxn 7.MIII Mc.Millinti, the Center Mar, The Peace Meeting in Washington per yenr to roach their team next eaun. McMillian has not n yet I debuting whether or not they shall accepted the olfer, but ha it under ' adjourn during the Chrittmn holl day 4 in order lo allow the foreign fontdf ration. envo lo go home during the tule l oot Imll bid fair to provide lucrative employment for some of it. followers, n well a bae hall, Contemplating A Holiday. tide Thv.M' foreign repr ntaliten who are sitting nrotiml the peace Inhle would have a comUileriible Joiirne) for, the purpcue of hanging Ui their Wc kings around their own llretide. Pledge ngri-uultur- A- hr!'. pro-lm- ! 1 Nothing like the "District School." lluy your Don't fall to ee it ticket for Friday evening, Dec nth 11 i- -: I i.i4 r 'i ThnnK-giving- lo tk) n 7.9 eaeb. Tin- VMCket cnerill) ol It m4 lnll!e ttn.:tll, 1llrlt l i) ti ! 5 tin. Mr. a nil Mm. Ittiymoml lluli e Tfte jf!ee eie hsel n the prwbiW eaf.fus tmtr f tWf Hi fct JhHMji I'Mrb M imt li'We, MINI If fMtellbm I'ke llle It- GUY. nirir L'opriiH lube eml itiv i iumIiI VHtli-- r wmM It iuire tieen (..Ui!-fo- r lllHHkil llieir je nli inltnill.nwclt Little Ml l.eota liritri;. hue pmu S. . HHilrct h io but - mM Nfri f.i : l.u.lwr in Mm u" War, moma. f.lM.i ft,r Inrlnnpe. r Iwr lib l d.i e ;m 4 on t T.V""" valwu-Itttt- i Mr. Harry l. Itlce jpeitt Thunk llle liv-h-l .Mbrtieb, nt for u nh er f her to bate wl I the Ktvim; in I.exinKtuii. tmer-e- . fcii?! itrli-ewith eipfHtt hen ur k4i 1'ietr imn in initial, un Mm. C It. Henry Mr. M lurt. ey lleatley Frblii). lfA(vi )ur- Il lor teifHiwi ini nnrtiMmiii, lb'.H b K.MHi-k-- l. ili. of DsmihV lr - le vi-it- ed to rHM ilo-l- r b"-- e ttlrllrHl no ptiMe .it in fr .li '.ike- - .iml til... 'liiiivl'ill nilllu tl.M'i lieil Ibrre Ml IWJ titer lo ilit- JieVei i I tie. h lni.. ..f liiI..'i eiiili jnire i , jtr ruse of Tbi In ltli SI me r.'jl tli- All oh at ljiilon. -- urn. Ib ,ir i.l, ami Kintmb in I"-.'- ! lif ekimvii-- i tf !he KeMtNtl lti the K.JilOi I'H, .'wbi') V.r . ll.e KenMiekj I'luli u ihi to tbc mrf (! imb"- .1..H .i unit m.tBi l. J.k" Mr Thi Wartl ' SuhUji) v.-- ir I 'erbr of Mr. hhiI Mm. JniiuM Yai. I ' Mm. W'm. Walker, wtm Ik :i. i.i.ft'i ipiite ill the wt week. i btipruvint: im-- v Mel .itWJIi MJ Mollie Harm in 1m eeV letlijf ie Kent d w.nib t jtt-mi- in !.! mil lie nt'.iT I'fc ireh'tl .'ake lUe ami Mr- -. T I. V.mti Mr. Taylor of deliver, i vUttuiK itilriliutel .iM.ilOI Mr ami Mm. J. P. Poley ami ht .n rie'l iter "iti .neh rille Mnlimla Taylor. il.iutrhter, Mi ISO 'I otal urn hum' of ra. It : ,l.i v Mm. I'arne DaviiUon left Satur . 107 .IT4 Total immlier of raHnc il Total nioioinl of nioiiej tlay for a vint with her ilautthter, I Total uiuonnl uf iiM'iib.t uniki Mm. .. T. l:ioe ami Mr Itlee of Kith J.'.II.Mmtn .noraieil almi.t tit'Ji oai li. nioml. PllMe nverisixl aliout V) euli. 1917 1tr7 Tni.it in.iiil.iT of rjiiii: ilat. Mr. ami Mm. Jnniei Manet ami Total Diuuber of lacihu 'l. . . t li Total aii.ioint of the past win, Stanley, were viitor .t Total urnouai of money i.Vl.l.ViKI ..i'r Imleil ThiiMilay of Mr. ami Mr. John elUtntiUled ?::uu:M'hi I'lIM". atertfil almlll .." earll I'UMe White. irst;el all. nit X.Mt'i'brli. IfOt iiiiiiiIht of raiinr iljy ..HU Mii.. Knuna .Smith of Pleaiiit Hill Total numliT of ridi.-Total muoiinl of nionet ta the tiuest Thunola. nliiht of her Total amount of ntun.-- t ilMrilotieil .M.VJ.nMrl Mr illnlrlhuteil ami piire hi r.i 'hi! alioiif ts.'ji ; ci.ter. Mr. Wm limit; I'lir.lH .Item L'eil llmi.t "SfJIejlli I II'. .1 (. ! a.. ri ; . I.t l tJrittt.". i. I I hut II. Ilirnn-ili- L IIIMIIt of the liter, Mr. ,1. II. Ilaki-- ami t:ranillaui:hTotal iiiimher of ili ,.11'J lilirhl piiMe Xl.lx.i e.ieii Total iniiouni if nuiiiex ada llyrl Haker .pent ter, little Ml 1910 tlilninite.l il . ..Milii.t ueek with Mr ami Mm. Preton Total ii.iioi'i-- i of I'llMea aepji;eil almilt $4.'ili o li II. V:ir.llni Sovder on Poor IIUIl. ro.nl. Hie. jetir pupe at l.e ictnii The Kiiilniky Jockey I'luli ttui or ran u loit n .i"j Mr. Klma Haker, Mr- -. Jame Van-ti- . uliliil Ihi- - .tear ami took oter tlm 1910 Mie .Mollie and Kth.-- llarnei l.ot Total niimlier uf r.irius ilittt ..11'.' n I nston, I'lmn l.ill Imuh mil l.nto were vinitor recently of Mr. John The ater.iEi ilatly j rate lr.nl. Total ainoiiiit .if iwme) muoittit nrn' ..t ilUliiliUleil tlli..Vm. all Ir.td;t:lteii In Make ami tin eveu (l.hotn and Mim l.ee Anna Onliorn. wj Iiexlrctiiit im- r- nin - low n n!'ji. rei, e.irh il.it Jtu.lT.'i, andt.Vt eaeh Mr. ami Mm. W T. Sutton and Mm atiraeo, I nnit the for Uie thole eirenil Tiit n I miionnl of mnii .. ilsirIiMii.it Tile liishmt pitMe rfiteii u! ST.Vt nl the lwet stui ami the aterast Ii. was a Utile mole 'han 5im . i lblMlel Kfntueky Joe" Club Kit oittrit). In tnt thrje y;r ol itt rxitenf turn wji pJld t Ltcd to tlir turfmen i3.47?.6. c gf.Mtr p4M ol vh-ccitiirn of Kent'JCky who own -- rid lirred rJCt oortct. k l.i i I. ..ore ti. l!al i nan-- l the Si He l:ini imie SliHe ilit; Kin .i.el ileai er ; i.l iiMlnli, e ka l.nn; I ', e i hefutx. iil lme I et ("lub wr b'lte K il li.nl an em the- irsnm 'Ulloii ni- nki ieiitv for lirei-ile- i nml turfiii-iiiie.(. i"wl li. tie lurf liUlory of th.- S4I0 Here re Hie ntlb l.il tlsure for the 1914 Tiii.il dmmIot f Mi lMi; ilay. , . i4 pjl eventeeu telM, fmill ItHl'i la Tirt il nnHHini "f tiiie I'.r.'l, n'itle: IUirilHHl JI,HU(ii' 1?0i Pur. Mwrmil ir s in. li Totul iiiiinlier uf nuiiis .Ij..I.Vi lOli liM-- n lii ts ihi llie rm rater J?Ml: I! atblirt .Vl.it r ul ibe KeuliHky hate Seen .nii n- lll Turner. Mr.. Corn p.-n- inl jinpater t with ,Mb Mtrriman llreeii and MiThankteivtri - I t i -- ! ! home folk. Mm r3m llakrr unit on. Iluin i' of J Hilton vtMteil Mr. Jamo V.mti week Ibe MeMM. Karl an.l Orvil lun.in. of .leMitnine ..pent the week eri.t with Mi-l.ee Anna (Maim Mr an. I Mm. Wi. Srott ami f Mr Hilly, were recent viMum ami Mm Henry Yater. pt Mm. Alhert Phillip, of forlun, .pent Triankcivint: with her parent-Mr- . Total miMiiiei of r.olui kiy Total .iiiioiiiii .if Mono) ..lirj Bow Many Objects In This Pittare Bettn WMk Ike Letter 17? tj. . lar. . . ii-- l IB-- Total n4,.ll! o rajta to the atato folfej rma tate p trt. wwaata at aL baaawaa aM r Ik ptaln trttk mm all mt o mmtatmhi aat a aaaWi awt wf nut tasra Tatar irattba tM. aktM (M iHUr to 94 "C" paavr aj.4 mm mmm tu t wm ran taa. w mmam t titirilns hi Mm Mat ( pmM nd nrii rou'lt tatay . aaaaam mf Vmrwm ptiaabt. Maita verybosiy Joia la aad a Z M-- tianm buam aaade pertreMr rarirniM ooi-li- Oaen To Th A Coals NoikiskiToTry ' s - .l!.tM"i rai-ln- I HKRA1.H Inrttaa TOtt aad ytmt eaaaaf. puaal rabM It aaaaaTI ta iokn la tsU raaclnaUn aakt a aaeah of d1ITrnr- - aaathir F ara I M raara 44. Ilerafi ruar abaaea Ut baM Watt until aa nan' trtad ou The ommM fttn Ttra had ba fOM will aay "OltKAT' a bias, long time " WrMa down Um ' i." words you hat in mlnJ HKiHT NOW Thaa attal tha pie turf for MUIIK nJ when your Uat la ata4a wj aand K to Tb linhmll IIKIIAt.P a ail try tot Um If eaah prlva THE PRIZKb a K SB g SIS ma rrta tata Mat 1Mb 35 .... .... ... . a- w 1S1I Mr. ami Mm. Tol a I amount of inoiie) Davidnoii and tvto son of l.atica.ter Toil immlier uf raeii a ilm. ..Il'l "l.Vtei mumh illmrllmteil Total .imoiui' uf iiHiiiet hroth-ei- , Mr Wm Merida ami The aterase (InI1 utnolint 111 .lake HxlriliHleil I'larenie and Cheter. who have wa Ml "II, nt all track ami piiMi lHre ateMieil aliulli ifiOl eaeli mil tin Mti-- raie e.nli .' i ateiiirel heen quite ill with pneumonia, tte 1I2 M.iiy Total hiiHilT of r.nlui: iUt .Iir.i aie trhul to report ate hetter nt tin 1921 Total lllHHIIIl of llilte untitle. . 1U1 Total iiiiinlier of tin iliu da .lji Hloite'l Mr. nml Mm. Win. Walker enterl'Mr-- e Total amoiitil of inoiiey neiaiieil almui n."ji ihHi l.JSI.iT.. IM tained on Th(inki:ivini: day Mr. and 1915 'l.i 'I he in i r ii:r dxlly auioiint in t ike Telal imiiibei of l"! Mr. Hoy I'rather and children, WilTotal lu'Liini ..' H .en . and inre ut all trik wa $ll.JP. lie Froiu'io nml I'olli. (I'Nenl, of I '...iifi an I tin even rai e eath da) aterautii IIHil .'lleil ll I,. !. iiUt aierxse h. . 192 Total iiniiil er of rating ilt Carrie lau..iiii had for their t;iii't Thanh-liivi- Observe The.s' lales aa IT Ik .1(17 ritei Amf mA. OJpUy mt T vmiblwrty family ! to Mltiite iff t worn, tmt tx W1 1W U M as IulSttlU llrM m a moculMr f my txiUmll mu miwm h vae t Nil-u Mtt rfa r5Z iaa aaa Ma S S2 taaa nZ mX 3? Mat SS mm iaa it S3 SS Mtworttl . 1lTni Mih, Aniii wwttf auiutMietl 1 I, I, "4yr ublf sM th ic Wilt rur Nil mui ab4 sxMreae la t Hht-bnIf rw rwntr f erl wUt utw a la rtl riflhlhc trl shtti TtUrd i llll tiit (: Url K)ulf All Anmm w t llilur iitlt0 Uttum hni luhe b M1 ! tnuvl W Willi uu tvn lb ti4l ui( tv ti.iiimnimi.....i II coal notlilM lo lake part. Ttila bu t a aub Mrlpllon cam Tou iton'i t have to moiI la a tub orlpUon unlM you want to. Our tliMioa lloaranl. niMjutiira, for liiiwrtn make U laurb larger whn ulMrrli'lloiia an enl IfI'tiaaa unaalt ur tMw.i la wirilel rtrx I'riit- - by tlw Juita- you wui mm ir ni mrr arv ou wutilil lib to win MUHK than llt.M i IbU inablna tha riJIi.oln. diirluc IbKMtarT Otuirnlgti t you etui ln aotua .lamly bit raab prU-by ateJInr tlNK or TWO (BMilruum two) nit, to The NitilavllU IIKItAUl) nn e Mtt" tM MB JBaaSa at akwaf aaataaT' - -Wiri ItHar. laMt nBNT IKIZb L mi lu OMK aMrtvlbM 4 Tlia HIBkU (aalli mm I, . br mmII Iw tear at ait ran aUI m w lata aalaw. In Jrti'lSiT tin. It Um jada M UM -IVh, raiM riawi aad aaM M ii4aitilbMM t.Mbw mm a and aa MMtwai mt laa TWll awi mt TtlK liaatAI.'l Idawy Maty by "m" tar mm raar aarbl mt tit ta all. iaa wM aM SIM tuitaal at atai aMd , I aaa third tataM u. rMaa. I1M iMrd pMa, aMa. whi-reti- tt ott(iv wwnli utv1 l 4beuUr U wiit ruilU tviuitll l utt lk .ter 'ii I . 91.4St.1tMi rath. Advertuemt'iit) II. ('. Itont ami Mr. and Mm, Hoiran Ilallnnl tvere trueiti of fiifii.i in I.eMnirtoii Thanki.'iviiii; Dr. BRYANTSVILLE HI, IhiI MU .1 j Mm. Jame Out ham ha lietn quite i kome hotter nt thin rititiK. May me l.ee llallunl i vii-UnMb MarKan t Woolfolk. uf l.ex- t; ) Mr. and Mm. Unhurt Hulchi.nn I I illU'tllN. laud children of Danville, were Sum day tiuesU of Mr. ami Mm. M. 0. ll.lttliutt.' Mm. A. II. Swupe, xMm. C. M Dean, ami Mint Stella .Mae (Jrow, were in Dnnville nhuppiti; Satnrdny McCreary. Mr ami .Mr. Milton Ward and Mm. (' It Henry, nave a delightful dinintf on Thatikctsivint; Their uuent.t were Mr. and Mm. Jame Mallard, Mr nml Mm. IE. II. Ward ami three little Mi, of MmlUon, Mr. and Mm. W i. Clark ami on, Matter Karl Ward (!lnfk. Although the day wa rainy the men enjoyed huutini; and killed many rahhits. ca tuii h count l (rl rnt f u ihwuMh't bc It Hi 'h I fuurwl iu th llnplUb emit wi t liyi hrtttt4 rwiuj;auuaa ar iitl tth iniuUr m Iui1 Where rd, 1fc s4irel 'i' dniwU ,ittiti4T rea rt al ! Jt t itu w ittitfti4t : Mt ilitff4t n I itt tMr wijeie vlt Ih . r4t ttt tin'H vtt IUt ut uf Tt.9 . iliii Ull( Mr! t irtit. ltj l'ittltut HK n w'iU ttui al b itm I'utit um tiotitvtioM. nor ttl (iiiami rtl1 t ir irotii n Hit ' ihil ftilly Kljcblh In Ih tr .. Uff UI llite th nth tin- tlh Ih -, ohj.it ) mm) bftVlbll 4- rt) U ( .m J h. ! ( swaviit h a U ti n 1. wttn p Bratrt.! (lai fr in - u d.-- fx afleruonu. .Mr T M- Karunwoith, of lliirroil-hurt- ; Mr. and Mm. Chan. Ilurnide are w:u in l.ancanti r on hut Tuesover the day advertiting the gnat Winter receiving congratulation, arrival uf a little .on. He ha been Pair that will he held In that city on named J. Dec Saturday. 'Ini., under the and Mm. Uu.ell P, Ilrowu and auiplre of the Chamber of Comdaughter, Heku, were the gucW on merce. TlunkKiving day of Dr. and Mr. told the Kccord Mr. ent, .Mr. and Mr. N. J Co.ney. Wm. Klliott, of I.atuatter. a fret and thU thut everythiuK Miu Jam Uowliiic, of K. C V. Dr. nml Mr. II. II. Munttcmery would without a doubt be one of the t . I, ..( . II with anil. clillilrvn, ot rami .11 Thankis:iviiiK Danville, ttpt-n-t iiarroii.tourg tnat i.ick, were greau'm unjn inaikit of their parcntf, Mr. I ever had. her parent, Mr. ami Mm. Bowllm. week-engue.U It I a Tobacco, Corn, Dairy and Mi Zillah l)awt left Wdnt- - and Mm. John W, Hryant. Mr. and Mm. Noel Uogie and , Poultry fair and they are giving Danville, where h will be jy for tin i;ut'it of Mr and Mm. J. - Hut daughter, Ophelia Kranci. of Nicho-latvill- nway over a thoutand dolluM In were guett lat Wedneiday premiunu. ler. , .Stella Mite Urow aal Mr. A.lT. Scott, Jr.. ient Thankjinivintc ill I.exillKtoH. Mr. nml Mr. A II. Swope, Mr ami Mm. ('. M. Ileuu were in Lexington ThnnktKtvint: day. Mr. and Mm. Lane, of Xiiholn-ville- , were the uueU Sunday of Mr. nml Mm. Newton (ioiif, Jr Mr, and Mm. Van (!oney, uf lie. trolt, Mich., nre K'iet of their par. Mi Great Winter Fair At Harrodsburg H atla4 1Ml ni4UI)U rt4 rtttsL Nlaih Sulailt''i bf i. will U nialt mrrUr or Mtt uiJ itirarpie4 Iluvenar. h tu 'luAllfrtne; t iiisImiuih ser4a tl at ! MtU Mil ilMrilU4n itiit t eatii la , umw h b' it I tHi iwUlag eulaM'iPwr Ta UftatUI lr cantor ut mall lni Sutinbi 31 i ! mft Ihaa nii rffftt ia tttbaf U -- "' t t-- aa ha ..vt ih Ma null "aaa In lu. aa4 4- Tuth All ur aul.M't4Hia elll U tmifuJI larilttMiaie in ratarivl try I ha Tuiai Manaear will t tha rrJli uf aw a eibrilHlu' In iballfylns tba - w a 14 HftM bat. 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