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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): November 9, 1922 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1922 cen1922110901_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): November 9, 1922 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1922 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE CENTRAL RECORD. THIRTY THIRD YKAR LANCASTER. KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON. NOVEMBER 9. 1922. STILL IN DOUBT NUMIIR 31. BURLEY HOUSES To Open in GARRARD ' DEMOCRATIC Majority Goo TART REPLY l!injr Circulated Maliciously About Our Foot Hull TVnm VENERABLE MAN ALL DAY MEETING At Cralj Orchard 13th.. 1922 December tit Re- ceive Crop.s Directors Hoar of Saving of $750,000 of Green Through Tnfcacco Memherthip Clot g -- Control of Next Housm Fall to Di'inorrats Mack to Fold by Small May To CritidMniH OF MYSTERY Tnivi'Iiiijr on Foot to Unknown November Tit country today i.1 watching with Those people living In Garrard' Destination, Falls dead in mudi interest the nip nud tuck race and the surrounding counties should in winning eight straight game Court Hon.se Yard Gilbert's Majority 63 In County be vitally interested far con t rid of the next house of in an nil day which em to be the and not meeting defeat during th meeting at Crab Orchard. Saturday, Probably one of the quietest elec- closest alnre the war day of l!U'i. entire eaon, the Lancaster High Vivid Rrcilal of Tragic Occorance November IHth., given in the interest Goal In 75,000 Mark Sri tion ever held in Garrard county wa The election Tuesday aw what at School foot ball team u having some of Agricultural and Dairy products, Which Happened Here Two DeHurley held here lat Tuesday, little interest!,,,,,, .,.mr, t )inV(. been n domo- - dilflculty in making up a schedule for through the generosity of Swift and Receiving plants if tin cades Afn being manifested and only iilHtut one- crntic lndlide, it iaw core of men, the balance of the cnsiin. Kvldently Company of Lexington. At thin Tobacco Growers' drought in by the itepublicnri wtive fram the fact that the opposition will be opened to receive half of the total vote cast meeting prominent speaker from the (Hy Clay Sutton) Congressman ltalih Gilbert carried two yearn aim, ku out with the Demo know in the beginning it courting Univerlty of Kentucky, College of the lt22 cnii iiiini' Unit between the defeat. Hut what we started to say Agriculture and Kxtension Diviion, firat ami the fiftrrnth of December, the county over hi republican oppon- cratic undertow. Perhaps one of the saddest event will address according to information given the ent by n majority of Oil vote. Two Control of the next Huue roHtin wn this: There ha been some mall the people on beef catclou criticism circulated throughout connected with the history of this tle and better feeding; the latest member of Ihr Hoard of Director year ago Swoppc carried the county ued in doubt, with the city involving the Midden ming of methods of the Asociatlon, in regular month- by n majority of 573 Thin year lend ni; 21 i to 203 on return receiv- the state regarding the eligibility o of home curing meats, beta human soul, occurred here on a ly wsslon nt Lexington lat week, about .1,000 vote" were eiift. while the ed up t. one o'clock thi. murium:. tome of our boys who play on our ter poultry and how to cull your ltiOO. August On nt which nil the directors were pres- l!20 election brauirrit iKit a total vote The Ifi remiiinlnu ditncU, cattered local team. Thin unwnranted, unjut hot particularafternoon in small group flock, follow d by an nddre. by Prof. occasion a throughout the country, held the key and untrue report reached the ear thi They heard a report on the ex- of B.fiOO. J. J. Hooper, head of the Dairy de ent. Gilbert' immense majority in the to the nifeary 21 h mejority, with of the superintendent of the Midway- of gentlemen were sitting in the shady partment, who will present the differpense of marketing the tobacco of yard of the Court IIoue, conversing ent type of tht; member, which ulth every pos- district I virtually a londtide, reach-- the pronpect that the final result City School, causing him. he claim the dniry cow and how-tinformally on general topic, when to me titr propnldy 5,000 more, he currying mlk'ht not be known until Thurday to cancel the engagement sible item of cot added will not elect the best types. A cordial nn aged pedestrnin, tall and neatly 7f cent a hundred pound, a every county In the district with the afturntMin with n half dozen votes the our boy here November 10th. invitation is extended to all. The reuit of thi unkind and uu dressed, whom no one seemed to probable average of exception of Caey and Adair, and margin. The liepublfcnn held the contrasted with u Madliun The followini; Senate, but by a reduction of a half holy criticism, ha brought forth the know, approached and asked In polite SL'.Tt n humlreii tiounds for the irrow p4iihl) County Grid-der- s following letter which ha been for accent if he might sit a while and e'riho sold nuUldc the Association; coHntlc gave him handsome Incren clciien vote. rest, a he had been walking all day. No Mercer. 100; Aniler Kepublican cnualtie, which broke warded to the iitithnrititM at Midway learned tlwit they had Increased the nl iHaJorllie' and should clear the mind of the niot We welcomed him and he tool; a ,760.000 by mn, 7.'.0; lloyle. 78.1; Shelby. l.hllO; with the first return Tuesday, value of their tnharr sent. Cox Men and Lincoln, 71ft; Spencer, 770; JcManune proper grading nmi (iovenior Miller and Sena- sceptical. He proved to be a man of affaliie Here it l: Indication nrr that Madiou tor ('alder of N'ew York, continued listened to a hnef bti feeling and .'mi Ijiacaster. Ky manner anil diversified knowledge, Lancaster High Wins Easily, Making republican b) a mnal' nnijority. with mewimt l.ened force rloiuent cotitrnst of conditions pre-- 1 November 4, lUU'J and from the very first we were Their Eighth Straight Game n return dribbled in. They vaillntr now in the Hurley district ami charmed with hi singular magnetism. thane which existed in the crop year Eleventh Month tM f further Kepublican lo!- - in SMpt. F V. .McChesney wa pale, he seemed Altho hi brow Hnbert V b Judge of 1"20-Itl2Lancaster High School foot hall the and houe, ami covernor .Midway City S'choel long white physically robust. Hi Eleventh Day Ilfngham, of l.iuville, wha also re eleven journeyed to Hnrrodsburg last nnl tte bt:ikitiir, nlthouirh the be- - M Id way, Ky. hair and beard gave him the appears ported to the director on tire where were dome-W'h- .My dear Sir: Heber Eleventh Hour I ,,,H' r""!r,lon"' result the Ucntib- - We understand that you or your ance of an aged prophet marching Fridayfor the Coach Covingtonpracticed big them High of tile ilnrk tobacco gram en in more favorable to along the last lap of life's rugged School eleven which Athletic Hoard of Control are in po- forming their cooperative aMorialtan. will be played three eleven, will be olenred I 'lr""the pathway; and a we looked on hi here Nov. Judge llingham saul trutl mmmc of llth.. 11122, at 1:15 P. M. .Miiuni; tne uiiiniionai ueputilican neinu of certain statement and re Gar and thruehmit kindly, face, which The Harrodsburg lad were indeed the leader of the movrmrnt In Uie in rUluarU who went down to defeat porta concerning our foot ball team diffuse serene of subdued seemed to rani eaunty oh Swturday, Nov. 11th.. a kind radiance. very nice to the local High School dark belt, when taoy learned that definitely Wednesday on additional which retlect upon the honor of the 11 A. M., when all the church bell we felt instinctively the laek of mane y wws keeping ami tea-an- t at reult were Senator Kellogg, of olflcer anil the student bod) of the a man who was following presence of State Champion by allowing our of the caunty will be runt;, and all in the foot-ste- "Own" eleven on their farm. raked the nwrury to use their field and MinneooU. beoton by lir. llendrik Lancaster Graded School. We can m memory of with tiro will be blow of II LM whose pity is infinite by them furnishing some may occasionally M'f how rumor furmer-hibontrequired li the tenant and WuiHnd ami SenShipted. fifteen or the bwy who mode the nupreme hools but we do and whose love undergird the vast twenty men to practice the local boy it to them Townerid of .Michigan, the lat- spread concerning All ator world. mi rifle in the (treat world wnr. not ee how report of thi nature up. The first half found Captain e The report of Chtaf of the Piedd ter hMtnar to former Governor are aked ta hui4neu kou There could be no mistake. Cer Cox and hi gridders N Fern, the firi Democratic can be secured upon direct jnvesti Service DivMHtn William Collin crossing the far the five mlnule nrwl the ciUien tain lofty .ouls. refined and cast goal lines at will and they showed that the Association Htw W.i renntor to lie elected from Michigan gallon utiles some party or pnrtieo succeeded In ihU county are aked to kUilid forth from the abyss of some fright- in running up twenty points 73, '.'lift members rind that it M likely 70 year. AUo definitely defeat- are maliciously lying about a team. in the one minute in ilcnt prayer at thi in ful suffering or tnksfortunr, at time first half, the number will exceed 75.000 by thej ed, b Senator Kendnck, Democrat, We wih to assure you that our men, at thi stage of the game strange, luminous the time, were rciuct made by lot wa participating in athletic contest ill manifest thee entire second string men were ltepreeiitative .Mondell of time contract being signed thi weeki tranunander Dr. J. K. Klwnt of the phenomena. Here, indeed, wn and next Monday are in. leiublican Hour leader, who our svhool are linnatide member of rare and tranquil beauty of agethe given a try at the Mercer county I'uet No. .IS lleblrJ Sktif-.rour local high school or grade and lads team and they succeeded in holdHumphrey. ltohiitari .V Company! u.piri'H to the enate plan An ArmUtlci' celebration have been 10(1 per cent elligible for the retlected splendor of a profound ing them to tie the last half. Lanreported an audit of the lunik to t.mlt. Win by K.425 l ..ii.uj ...r ... I n. l... every lungle contest in which they internal peace. caster High second being able to put i Chairman AV. II. Shank, of Senator Lodge of Ma.u-huett- , iv. . 10th , at which time the local la the ensuing conversation the aero. another It i impossible for us marker and Captain tine rommittee, who read the report, t it finally turned out. had a plurality have piayod. . . lliRh School foot ImII team wan to , for stranger took part with easy freedom, Cox and hi gridders returned to of 8,42.' over hi Democratic oppo- to oiler any probable reaon in me uirccuir. n nowciI every commenting with intelligence on the have played a game of ball und take Friday night with another cent received accounted for and that nent. Colonel Giiton, lntead of the these false report unless it could be a great part III the celebration. attractive features of the city, and victory of 27 to 0. the expene of warchouw operatkm 1,'JtR reported early Wednendiiy. that ome one i enviou of the rather noting However, it wa impoihlc to arin particular the noble Cor The locals are practicing hard in Through a trnnpoiition of figure in fortunate record that our team have for the year nai $1!.C1 a thound range a game between any team for made, not only thl year but for the nn tin an architecture of the Temple onler that they will be able to have pound The Associated Pre tabulation Senand f warehomini; and Friday of Justice whose hadow the little Covington and from the fact that the return to their native City isradlntr Oi.in a thnunnd pound. ator Lodge' plurality wn hown a lat three yearn, especially in foot party was in game of foot ball to be played ill fitting. He hud also ob with the small end being reduced to I. '.MR, and other ball. The record of the members of Of the S 4.000 hogshead oohl to of a score. Let' Ky , Nov. be ataged In Ijncnler, served, he said, some interesting all go out and the It. J Heynold Tobacco Company root for the High new ilutributing ome our team are open to inflection to tlth. at 1:15 I. M . thia celebration manner urnvcil ageticie infigure. any one who Ioetiot wish to take scenic bit from the highway over School lads Saturday. I3,7V. hogthead had been delivered. at the same wn culled oil" by l'ot Commander which he had come, as well a. some Low of control of the senate by our statement for their eligibility. , . rreident Stone reported. Mr. .Stone ... ...... ... .. wonderful cloud effect. in the evening Covington High Mil. I I,. II. IIWYP, t Jiniiiiuiil mill that three of the b g to- - , the Itepublicant wa not threatened, Nay even, we urge you to choose n sky, ali a he approached the city. the ('nigrum t ominlttee and the although For bacco concern are ready to buy the "i they ulTcrcd a net lot of representative citizen of Midway and some strange reason, which would be ni ember preent at the meeting Tue.- send him here to go over our record tobacco of the auoclation a ,. oon ,.,. ni iv Kight Republican enator were ... . i, to explain, no one inquired l IUIIIIVI I.," .1... .. a it U delivered. defeated, but thi the party counter- in detail in order to atify himself difficult The greatest of all games will be the chou! in calling olf thl a to the personnel of our foot ball whence he had come or whither he staged in ed by defeating two Democrat enu- Lancaster Saturday, Nov. wa going, and when he rose to decelebrution in order that everyone und either give foundation to I team Does 'who can will have a chance to go to tur. Hitchcock of Nebrakn, and these report or brand them a lies. part we were a little regretful, for llth.. at 1:J5 P. JL, when Captain Pomerene of Ohio. The Republican ,Uy- hi presence had seemed to u a bene- - Cox will line up his men ngainst the ra Mean?',h, f,ml had carrieil II and the Democrats 111 We hereby invite, earnestly, such an Pointing toward the ,et strong Covington High School eleven liet.on of the M'lintorial conte.t Of tin- - inspection and agree to pay travel- When a nerve i preed upon by a Pie ting sun, he said he wa traveling on I.eavell field. five mill in the balance. Deinorrai I ,n' xpene and entertainment for The green and white jvrseyed men vertebra in the pinal column it i homeward in that direction and venllrnrfit of the American Legion were leadimr in nil Montan.i. Ptah.l an,'f w'hit the lightet heitation are in the pink of condition and they called u tubluxatlon of the vertebra tured the conjecture was New Mexico, Vet Virginia and I we runner agree to pay to thi ren river he would uori that there cross.a hope to give the City lad the same The Chiropractor, b) adjuting thi have to One of the greatet pie Mipper Washington. resentative a forfeit of $25,00 (twen good game that they have given the vertebra, relieve the ,.Wr pulled otT in Garrard county will ubluxate.l e dollars) if any uiember of our There was, in truth, a xtream in his eight other teams they have had the preure on the nerve which runl be tnged at I'aint l.ick High Schoid pathway, but it wa dark and cold. to be irregular in Club Notes i team i found or to have played hi He wa never to see it with hi mortal pleasure of meeting thi grid seaon. through it; by doing he give tin-- Auditorium Friday night. Nov. 17th.. classification, at Itncaster High School font ball tuna chance to build up the iillectedat 7:.'I0 I .M , when ('upturn Tho. Children'. Hook Week beginning time when he wa ineligible to eyes, for a he bade us adieu and eleven can boast of the fact that they K Price. Vice turned into the treet he suddenly jwn oi uie i.hiy. Commander of the Nov. 12th, will be observed by ceryl participate in uch contest. have thi year one of the best and Life force i nerve energ. Stop local l'o-- t No .15, will sell to the Woman' Club that further proof of the fact that lurched .clutched wildly in the air utrongest High School elevens is 100 per cent! to be the normal tlow of nerve energy and highest bidder some of the belt pie in are dealing in a manner that U, above hi head and fell heavily back found In w" community service Central Kentucky nnd they life force i hindered. wards upon the earth, where he lay ever made in Garrard county. Kvery Mother of our town are asked to! now, and ha alway been, fair and The Chiropractor relievo the pre-ur- e Legionmre ami pute still. An unseen icy finger had have already taken the scalp of man in thi; call Saturday afternoon and examine l"-'-e r e in every repect, we have on the nerve suddenly touched and forever stilled every team adjoining Garrard coun the life force county are askisl to be present on hook that the Club reconuneiid "'"'d our signature below and have ty, who have the nerve to meet them. llowa freely -- normally. thi night and bring with them their for young children. The helve are caused our respective title or office hi heart. He heaved a gentle sigh, Thl will be the be.st team that the II. K. Wnde, I). (., Chiropractor, wive, sister, father and mother full of but from hi lip, on which a reddish l"' written thereunder. stone of fairie ami dower'1" Lancaster, Ky. foam presently appeared, no word local eleven will meet thl year, exmid I'IKS Thi i for a worthy and nnimals and children of histories Hespectfully your. Cynthiana High Office hour came. to II A. .L, and cause and it U the duty of every and of poem. And somewhere berappcil in gloom and chill cept the stroil J. K. Stormes, President 2 to 6 P. .M. ed in tin dreadful presence, we tood School, which plays here Nov. 21th. to go out to I'aint Lick and tween these children' fairy tale that citiicn linruter Graded School Hoard Huy somo) green And white ribbon Kvenings, Sunday und Holiday by help this worthy cause bewildered before thi tragic spec C. .M. Thompson, Secretary iit'Vei grow old. such as Alice in " appointment tacle. knowing full well that the and be on hand promptly at L.'IO Lancaster Graded School Hoard (tt.)j Wonderland, and adult rending such spirit of the venerable traveler had P. M. Saturday. Thl game will be Hettie M. Itobinson, Principal a the "llrinimiiig Cup" and the for called at tin hour in order that the BtoIc Notes Lancaster High School indeed gone home. "Story of Page," these are I he Helilel Sanfonl l'ot n very book that Julia particularly Mutable I'hu terminated thi historic but Covington team will have a chance to Paul II Hoyd, Superintendent The American novel emerge! early are ,,., u ....uvluulle ,....1 ... for mournful incident. Today, out there catch u train out of Danville young people not ready for the Lancaster (trailed School Lick merchant for bod) to several I'aint among the silent sleeper, where the Covington after their second defeat, Lancaster, Ky. latest fiction. The Library t foratory a high exponent of thin style who gave mi generously, a lot of gift night wind moan a melancholy dirge the Hughe High School of Cincintunate in offering these splendid A it the "Lust of the Mohican." for the athletic meet which wa tu among the cypres tree and lettered nati having defeated Covington lat change both in material and In methstories for our boy and girl: Good News have been held here tomorrow, but marble, may be found hi entombed week. "Call of the Wild." "Daddy Long od of treatment since the day of Those contribwn later poiponcd Don't worry about father', moth- dust, a well a the hidden story of I'he Knchant- Cooper I apparent to the most canual uting were: llerve) and Wood, W. Leg." "Knimy Lou. Second to er's, sister' or brother' Xnias pres- hi haple life. ed Harn," "Freckles." "Gray Friar' student of American literature. K. Patrick, J. II. Pennington, J. It. ent at you ran And something for Hobby," "Girl of the Limberlot," lVrhap. O'Hcnry most definitely aU(on Richmond & Ci)inp m. all at the Hiuaur Dec. Kith. W. M. S. "Jungle Tale," "Just David," Iliuinni iin tnuiiKv, miiii piiivu ma J. K. Kdwnrd. Commander The Second Team of the Imcaster The lollies Missionary "Little Shepherd of Kingdom The Woman's .Missionary Society High Schoul time the story written chiefly for It. I. Meadiiwn, A.lj. Society of the Christian Is booked to play the Come," .Molly Muke Helieve," "Pen-rod.- " of Fredotu Huptist church met Satur. story interest ha found it material Church. Second Team of the Itlchmoud School largely in the common realities of. lay afternoon, October 'J 1st., with "Seventeen," "Itebccca of here next Monday afternoon. Our Hubble Sunny llrook Farm" and "Gentle life. SpUndid show at Romans' Opera ten member present. Kuch member boys are ready and anxious for this) " are Itev. W, (!. Montgomery, who lint Julia The following author Housa Saturday night Don't mitt gave splendid reading on the sub- little friendly fray, und it dollar to figures in thl field of writ. recently returned from abroad, havThe society wus doughnut they will "bring home the this one. (It) ject, "Sacrifice." Look who's coming toon Harold glad to have the addition of three Ing and are well represented on the ing during that time visited the Holy bacon." ahclve of the Woman' Club Library. Land, will give u lecture at the Hub-hi- e Lujrd In "Grandma's Boy" al Romans Mlsji Lena llnght ald to tell you new member. .Mrs. Charlie Howling Opera House soon, (It) she is ready and waiting to tack thut und daughter, Miss Lillian and .Mrs. of these writer) Select any one Christian church next Tuesday Leslie Scbasthn, when next you visit the library : night, November l lth. at 7:f0 o'clock. 'comfort for you. Ingraliuin Love), (Mm. Huron), Hi theme will deal principally with Contribution collected Jl.t'O PerMr. Gabe Klkin, who hu been "laid Banks to Close Mary Koberta Keinhurt, Zona Gale, the Holy I .and und other point of Northern Sed Rya and Timothy sonal Service Work visits to the up" for several weeks with an All of the bank in Lancaster will Savd. Hudson A Farnau nick and 2D religious paper distribuWilliam Allen White, Gene Porter, interest he saw on his journey. foot, which at one time be closed ull day Saturday in defer-eur- o Kathleen Norri. llooth Turkington, The public I cordially invited. ted. threatened to develop blood poison, Kvery body go. to the celebration of Armistice Subject for next meeting, "First it able to be out aruln, we are glad Joaeph C. Lincoln, Kex llvurh and a Admission 15 and '.'! cent. TickT Day Patrons are asked to please long lilt of others a good or better. et on sale at Stormes Drug Store. the Kingdom of God." Mi Viola to state. Kirk.ville High School bear this in mind. Prewilt will lead. U barrel anal sac lit, Sana, Raclaaaati Kantucky Blua Grass Vie Supper November 10th. Just racaivaal Buggias, Wagoat Liu T PartUaa1 Caaaaat, Rack, CoaiMOB anal anal Orchard Crass aatt Raj Tea Great bargains In Stovat anal anal Harnast at grvat iWucllaat. Caauiaa Kanawha Dicksrsoa's Rangtt. PrMMtl Brick. HuaUaa A Faraaii. Saati W. J. Romans Given by C. KY W. J. Ramaat. Hudson 4 Faraau. Sail. HnaUon A Faraau. (It) (It) ,,. I - 1 Mercer Trouble for i; The Hi Wed-neda- y 1 Mir-ce- - rs cle Wood-bridg- d th.-wu- i . Play Saturday What Subluxation" ait Supper ty-tlv- 1 Woman's I af-th- Grateful Gift. ,,, j, Freedom Team Play Lecture at g Out Again 1 1 4 V ThaCantral Record. LancasUt, Ky., Thursday, Nov 9 1922 SOAP CHEAPER THAN SOAP USEFUL INFORMATION. PICKED UP AT FAIRS Farmers ami Ircewers Given Op pertunity te Study. In t PAINT LICK Horn to Mr. nnd Mrs. Curtis West on the oth., a boy. Prof. Wrldnn will speak nt Ml. J. M. Metcalf. OPTOMETRIST 15-- 16 Practically All Parts of Country Atcellent Eihlblts Art te tractive Features Animals May Purchased. kf Ex- iriMtrt t li cheaper than dirt, for dirt Is a forerunner of disease germs and disease germs usually cost us much In health and money. We have many kinds but you must see the display in the front of our store. Kxhlhlt of Improved llvctock mid ixiiiltry at county nud flute fairs this year promise to lie urtuninlly Interest-Inc- . iiceonlhn; to Information reirlveil by the Uultiit Stiiten iH'partuielit of In Acrleullure from iiiiiny Miiiree. pnietlenlly all purl of the country lhetoek exhibit lire to he feature of fiilrn. The atten-tlm- i which hmilem and farmer hue hirti civ llIC to good HetiK'k, comliltitil with good feed mid enre, have resulted uell-hreIII Mime exceptionally nnd Well-llltr- t'nltt stair. pp.ltm..t Jtstlrwltut. I unlmiil. funner to take of the opMirttilillle nhleh fnlr and llteMixk exhlldt Rite for iuiproxed llvetiK-- and tnul-trthe of Acrleulture I'lopliii-l- n pluee oii( the fulliiw tit; uffonl iin IHiliit' l.lrto'k opNirtunlty to tudy breed nnd ly- iiihI to ie n In r ire uiiinber of kimhI iIn the of ii'ii t iiiiimal the fire, itinforniMtioti, nnd uniformity are worthy of mIiiI -- indy In Ww of In erealm; teinletie to mid hlpli crude tok a market mil mills n well n for bniillui:. dNpluy I'liruier ntleinlliic ohtiiin UM'ful information by meeting other uho are lnteretiil In iperlor And It Alws Has Oeen. bretillnc mid fecdlnc Iih iIomIi. 'Talk will lie cheap remarked tho the Idea eehaticel mid lliformiitlou ii'an on the cur, ",iuf a li.ng u the uiiliiiil. new fiii.iM-lii-for the work I supply l greater tin.! ' .v a eomuioii reoiilt. Aiiltnul and poultry limy he iiirehai'd at nm- -t fnir Niwnrk Star KjsIo Mae nnd Alary Ham- Mises i thoucb a n rule it I more ntlfinior) mack spent the week-en- d "RUN DOWN" feeling is a dan-K- it with their signal. If you neglect it. Growth of Hair After Death. for n farmer to piinhnv milmiil at aunt, Mrs. Jno. Anderson at Point I you are leaving the door wide Some apparent growth of h.ilr ocI the home of the tliiin to hu I.eavell. open to dangerous drcau. cur nfter death of the fitted niilmiiU nt fair. AultuuU that ltuikJ yourself up in health and Mr. and Mrs. M. K. Itos. Mr. Vina hrinknse of the dln, hut no iictunl haie Idvii prepared for uu strength with Cudc growth takes plnr. ally are prln-hlcher than uuttttel McWhorter and Mr. Jno. IVnington It will purify and enridi our bfc.xl, one of ImlUr ipmllty nud hreiilln? went to St. Catherine Sunday to ee tone up your nervous syttcn, and help Variety of Materials for Bocks. Mi jou eat well. ' p well and feel utll. Ituth d is a Clude's I'ept In the ltrlll.li mueum urj hooka . C. Ilurges, Mr. and Mrs. CAREFUL IN CRANKING TRUCK Mr tonic, rcaimmcndcd by physicians for written on hell. tirlck. hones. over 30 years. At your druggist nnd Mrs. U. M. Purges and family Ivory, lenil. Iron. eop r. . liquid or tablets, as you prefer. Drivers Ought to Oe Sure That the were in I.nncnster Thur.lay evening wood, ami imliti lonie. Spark Is Fully Retarded Plan to nee Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Underwood. to Avoid Injur. Moments Worth Remembering. J. H, Wood. Jr., and Mrs. F. Vint will ttml, n y'ii look back upon M. Davidson, Mr. Cabell Arnold and pepto-ana- n your life, that the moment that stuiid Itefore eranklm: the eiiKlne, the ftate-C'entrout iihoxe fverythlnt: eNe are the mo- drlu r of a motor truck should In' .ure Mis Davi attended tne Tonic Blood Enrichcr ment when you hate done thins: In the spark lewr N fully retarded and foot ball game Saturday in n spirit of Inve. Henry Pruiiiinond. t tut t the cearh are In neutrnl If It I attempted to crank the euiclue with Americans Eat Much Candy. the spark lewr adanced, the chunce Yakima Indians' Legend. Americans have for many years pant are Hint the eiitlne lll liarktlre, xi On n hleh point of Mount Adam lieni tliv greatest cnmly inters In the In Washington are ."( lbly ri'Miltlni: In a hrokeu arm, human fooworld. tprint, In mud lone lnre turned to Furthermore, If the driver niicceil In stune. Indian tradition i that there ernnklnc )il enclue vhen It I In ceur Sometimes Workj That Way. may and run out him nnd he un Tho harder try to keep "the great canoe'" landed after lliee It enu flood, the print made by Dime step-pin- the of considerable ilamace to ! up wllli tknuw the farther they get the truck and other property a well. ashore behind wile Wlls. Cincinnati It pay to he on the Mtfo vide wlirtl L'wprlnr. the coot of takltij; n i)uiiice meaiiN pot Omnivorous Crickets. are very fond of lhly ilamace Mill of two kind one Field crliket A Wife (or Seven Pigs. mudiroom. They aUo cut era and of Injury to the driier, and the other Wlxes In New Culm-i- t have a miseri cciutlim. Tliry nr' oot ern able time. It Is true they have a high other -, and demur value sometime as many an seven to arllnc a MUMtiirormuch anliiml uiid irfg are paid for n wife. Hut the ! wive ure badly treated anil often are. mutter. Ami when two are ciiucht nnd cotirliied In the mine Ihix one iiu-allkilled for minor offense. Yet. sirnnso turns cniiiilli.il ami ohm the to my. In Xe Culncn li I other. the girl who proposes mairince. Ill eiiroiiniullu: Half Pound 6ake 10c Drug Store. ohx-rvlii- c 1 n) mil-mil- l. i'U-- nil' -k pun-hrti- l llve-tix- WHAT IT MEANS e ni TO BE "RUN DOWN" lightful evening The High School pupils went on n hike Thursday evening to Indian i To the drblurt of J. L. Coldirnn Mound on Mr. Underwood' farm. A and Son and J. L. Coldlroni Mrs. F. M. Davidson left Tuc.lny mandimnllow and weinnie roat nt Don't want to ue anyone. I'leasr to join her husband nt Hazard, where o'clock wa enjoyeil immen-lby all. call on me nt once, give your note thry expect to reside. pay me in corn, produce, cash, hog. MiM mvn Vniin the This u hu.lnew this in fin Mm. Lou Peyton ha been pen.!-- ' r Muib'rs of the ChrMian church ""'"lyiHi nretfullv. inir n few days with her daufht ,, , low'een. The evening wn very pleas-ii ni.i1.R Mr. H. J. Chestnut. ni tta isinuis nrriiri ntiiit siinnr Mr. and Mrs. (J. C purges left rv vi TV; : Ylx 1'i.itmai.lrr It J. Wnlker, of 1'j.iiim li nrn Hrntt'iimi Monday, after several days' visit with Paint Uck gave u nk-- Flh Supper rervisl. Mr nnd Mr. V. M. Purges. In Intner of Postmaster and wife. Wednesday being Mrs. Martha Mr. and Mrs. Frank RaNton nre their wive nrwl Kly's "fith. birthday, Sumhiy Ituml Carriers and her rejoicinc over the arrival of n son, School CIa Potmuter and hi wife gave her nice new who as been christened Harold Scott. (ilngham dress and u nice idinwl. Mr. A delightful time wn enjoyed by all Mr. and Mr. Hursol Patrick, of Kly i the oldest teacher in Mt. Ta- Something like 40 pounds of fish wrrr served. All seemed to be greutl) Paintsville, have been iruests of hi bor Sunday School, having a indebted to Mr. Walker for courtcslc-couiin. Dr. II. J. Patrick nnd family.! teacher there for - years. extended All who wt-rpresent Mr. and Mm. John Anderson and Mu, v;niiu. Kni,.on entertained the seeme.1 to think this was one of Mr Mrs. Tom Italston were guests of fftCulty and high school pupil with a Walker' Fox Hunt dreams for rt Mr. and Mrs. 0. U Hammack Sun-tniiow'een party llallow'een iirM duln't happen Tabor next Sunday evrnlnp. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Walker were In Danville one day Ut week, Kdwin Wnlker was in Lexington Satunlny nlktht for the dance. Mrs. It. II. I.cdford and lloht.. Jr., are vaitlntr relative in Krvinc. Vn. y Mr. nnd Mrs. Ollie Iloinn were guest of hi father last Sunday, Mr. Klizabclh Patrick is expected home about the 20th. of this month. Mr and Mrs. Nat I'rultt were In Keren Monday to see Mis Cynthia Pruitt. Kcv. C. A. Van Winkle preached at Hich Point chool house Sunday afternoon. Mr. and .Mrs; Will Turner, of Money, Ml.., aro the guest af Mr. nnd Mrs. Woods Walker. all-da- REGISTERED WILL BE IN FAINT LICK, KY. Wednesday ft Thursday, Nov with a beautiful line of OPTICAL GOODS. wore costumes nnd masks. IUI Dr. nnd Mm. F. II Smith were visi j Mr. nnd Mrs. It (5. (iuyn Fri- low'ccn games nnd music were the tors of day night to see the wonderful flower features of the evening. Nice reMr. (Juyn ha which only blooms at freshments were served nnd nil left thanking Miss Knlston for a very denight. ,rn"'"d 1 4 "v.Arr.v 11 I- e 1 A Jeie hn-ede- r hei-nti- Pcpto-.Manga- MONEY to LOAN If you want to buy a home you can borrow the money and pay it back on the installment plan. Make application to the Secretary now -- time-trie- Ilo. oter heep-skln- Gude's and Lancaster Building &'Loan Ass'n J. L RtkMiei, Prrstdent. Miss Sue e Stclbj Maieo, Seclj-Ttta- Special Suit Sale AT y New . iotne hoiiMdmld littmr jiiiving urtlele iroui a :ilcmau the other day. . When her anie home she told him aluitit It "What I thl device "(irucluu." replied fori" h nke. the wife, -- the lu'ent talked i fast I forgot to urn inm." Clilino Dally tllrk-tuiigue- d hu-ht- ni Small Milter, Anyway. Our tielulilir'n wife tiouslit J I ' City on Twenty-siIslands. '."fi on stand I'rflrlum, Oheiit. Island, which nre connected with each other hy 4i In. !se The city I noted li the lortliiilm c of 4'hnrleM V ami John of 'i.iuni It In aM iated with Auierp .in huiors hv helng the keen? 11, 1S1I. of the I i.ify i.r whh h til M. ii.iu- l the efonl war be-- i tweeu the I'nlled States iiihJ Dulnnd x iraB Before Cranking We Have Placed for men and young men at the popular price of $24.75. $24.75 60 Suits on Sale -- WHATEVER EAT YOU 1 I v These are regular I I 19 That on account Car a Truck Oe Sura Are In Neutral. j KM STORE IS REDUCED PRICES. USE I PRE- if proiorty dniiuige of one sort or another. There luive heen case; where iliiiniifo niiII have arln-- frotu llijlirle done to outside person other than the driver, nil beetuiM this rule hk not obeyed. j $27.50, $30,00 $32.50 and $35.00 Suils, all wool-be- st i iflr I workmanship and new snappy models. Every suit carries our usual guarantee of YOUR MONEY BACK if not satisfied. The patterns are the very beat, solid bluessolid checks, browns, sac u j 1 K "W MEANING Department ly Called OF THE WORD of Agriculture VEAL THIS GENERAL SPECIALLY Frequent HI tt B asmmiiw mm w, w mi M lcM m smm m PARED TO SELL IT TO YOU AT There Upon to Decide Veal and Beef. Wo want to make a direct bid for your patron-ajje- , or at least a portion of it. In making that bid wu want to assure you that we will accord you the most complete consideration in the matter of quality, price and courtesy that is humanly possible. No house can promise more and live up to the promise. Your Produce is same as cash. I I I Becker m & Ballard KENTUCKY. BRYANTSVILLE, to be marked variation of opinion us to uhnt Im meant , hy l ho word Ordluarlly, whet not hcura the word uttered, be thlliki of the cnrcii or meat of u joiinf bovine. In luokt ruses this tom-elinn of the mcunlhj; of the word eu. I aulllclcut uud It can bo IIiiiUmi from the mind without further con siileration; but, when one Is culled L'mi to state Just whut coiiatitutes eul, there inuy be koine dllllcillty ex- perlenced In determining wht-- u bo- miio riinnj I or Is not to bo re (urded us teal. Departments or agriculture are culled upon lo iloeldo whellier or not n nitlier heavy ear- cus should be ilasklti'd us veil I or lieef liml the decloii eonfonil to Ilio conclusion of aiithorltleM on the imlc ject, which la iin follows: wilglilog lexs thun Calf uarciikM-:mu Hunib, with compurutltely llsht colored, llesh, am riuaV Ued as iul. u-ulsoiiit-tlme- s d jWfc w raBM iJ&fJ? m i A Jrf ' fQW AeflHll IwflPV WWW V'W JfT W V A i,Cjf V5 4 'if Ul stripes and other new patterns. Look these Suits over while wc have your fit, sizes 34 to 44. Mm"'Zr ssmiiiiH h an aiiB w I wm Jm. afwa I I m tammKi. VlmU. i wsiiiiiiiiiiiiiiBsiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHk I C h I aa Hnnco nf w ww we fliilirv . Smith Lancaster, Ky. Th Central Racord, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, Nov 9, 1922 Orr FAT Mi fEEMNC CATTLE $5,000 in Pri SMVf AIM SALE Bourben Stock Yards LOUISVILLE. KY. i j I , i Division of Fertile Region. Tin fertile region of tin- - earth's aqunr iiirf.ivo cimprle Jii.iaai.ia'ai miles. Hie aleptie n.lHIX.lMI square desert l.iH.il aq.inre mile. miff nml pilar region. tJ,!iTO,im squurt mile. The Final Ooal. we trii.l (lint, amiichow, good will In l lit until goal f III, Hint imlhtlig walk vvll It nlrle. fret. Hint ileatmyctl, or mt nut one life ahull !), when Ood hil a ruhhlali In Hit made tin' pile complete -- Telltitanli Oli, yet November 23 i4 24, 1922 - 30 carload nf choice Kentucky ami Trnnexxce (at xteert. feil by the Ho)0 and GirU' Cluhi will compete in the Junior Club Kxhihit. FEEDERS. Liberal prir v til bring many carloaiU ( fancy Order. 2$rarloiilif Prime Al0 Aeri-cultur- al COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF LAND (iAItltAltli CIUCIMT COL'IIT IMitintilTa, I'rentlM Walker, et al, Hefenilnnt. Henry Tenter, et al. Ily virtue nf ami punuimt to n Circuit Jinlk'ment of the (mrmril Court rendered in the ubovc atyled 'J2'i, rae at the Atiirut Term me to nell the real ratnte hereinafter described, I. W. II. Jlrown. Matter CommlMloner nf the (iurrard Clrruit Court, will, on MONDAY, NOVKMIIKU 27th., VJ'i'i at II irlock A M. or thereabout, in front of the Court llnue door In LnncMMrr, Ky , ll to the highest and folbet bldiler at public auction the now ettnte low inu described real ovtned by Henry Teater and l.unnford ami lyinir and belnr m Countv. Kentucky, on Wolf Trail roail and bounded and decrilij rd a followi, That tract of land IvitiK and liemir in (!arrurd county, Kentucky, on the Kentucky Itiver and near the. particularly Wolf Trail road, more bounded and decribeil an follima- - lie- k'inniiik.' at a point in the rurht ii.nni fork of Lick llranrh. corner to lllake-man- ; id llranch, N thence don polei, V 5. B. Ifi pole; 34. B. Va. 25 Registard Hereford, .Shorthorn and Align bull will be offered from Kentucky' t leading ((iinoli(Uted Cntr) herd. tMJItON STOCK TAIBS CO. EJmtalional and fnleretttag. -- All I Vanity." u. Tlii vanity nf liutiinrt life U lite n rlxer. constantly pnlng awny nml yet couatantly llmicat coming I'mie. And Moit Peeple Want Butter. bread l tery well it's tli butter Hint makes the temptation. Doucia Tlx- - J rrulil Jee 5ar-tui- .l a Jul I Sun. nhl l" crtHli knowledge xlrtue are and the .1 Aide I t ..rt". In to-w- ' , Hint nrlslilmr are wtftelilng. Forgiveness. nml iliitnli llaltlintir ' being Imik n it reply, containing j both unit deep truth emliodled N I, W. I t poloa; N 7 4. K -- 0 pole; In thrae fmr word' "It I the odor N I. B. ! pole to a corner near vlilcli rbmrr jIHil when trampled the mouth of another branch; and; general1 the ilown the name with Trniii OIoIm-- . W muiir of aiil branch. N It I pole to a ycamore at the mouth, Moral Sentiment First. Kentucky Itiver;, Selem-i- n faith of mill branch on Kenturk Itiver, roiiitiieiiMirnti- - tilth II r grander nrhlta thence ilown the thereof. S. 'JS. with the ineamler ami iiultoraal l loch It dlaclow c 10 pole; S VI, W V. pole Yet It di-imi nrtr'- - the tniinil aen a ayramoie tree on the hank of tlment That waa iler. mid awaited Haiti river at IK pole in all .1U pole expectant thee larger Kmer to a point on the lunk of til river W. 10 sou. at low water mark; S pole; S. SO, W Xi poled ; S. 78. W JO pole. S liS. W I I pule; S lin't Nature Wonderful. pole; W. 13 pole; S. HI. W It I aubl tlxit tin- - ciMimut palm will f Hi polra; S ft", W 17 pole to a sycaauptly ahotH etery ttilrril ntman fiMl. drink, .heller, 'fuel, men more on the bank of nalil riter at the to all nml If need he. litfte. A South mouth of Halfway llranrh. corner and llroadu; thence leaving the American pmtrrh rim- -, ", oknniit up Halfway llranrh with itliver mean-iler- . Ore I' u bride' ihiwrj." Itoatou Trail B 10 pole, S. lU, B. 20 S acrlpt. B 21 pole to a point In pole. S HI the line of Murphy and corner to the tract olil by Henry Teater to L'. Ci. Crab Shell Barometer. Itainr; thence leaving aid brnnch Tin- - Amueunlkn. of the southernn rub and lth the line of aiil Italne to most prut line of I'hlb- 2'.i, B. In ilrjr. fair the beginnini; a follow: N. ulirll n n l.ir.MiiWiT B. 22.S pole; N 31 2S pole. S. wiMillier It l Mime, hut Mtien thIii I SR. B 22 pole; S. a.T., B. 2S pole,' llppli'ni llllltf rnl nil .ipeur iU It, S. SO. B 22 pole; N ,'i2' pole, l unit Miiir e hen V. 12 pole to the wet aide of reil In tin ntn'iwpl'in' It lnimleailinK to Wolf Trail Itoad; Mil (iter.. thence croiinir uid p.iway, S. S7l, A denf led. "What l )eru'll iiinl wrote a ixx-tr- fiirgltene" eroti -'3 iin." pa-in- - I 73. f.tt ". 4, u' latt week's paper. The ladlrecttd tneray. next meeting will be held at the home Tlafn there I the man who seem Znck Hester on the first Sat- destined to go thrniuh life hitting of Mr. urday in December. All membera hla thumb nn the bark while trying I ITar a wnntlfffnl mrMri in all at- pwriani inoiavra. n nrn in l.llll CIA ir nre nxked to brine their silk quilt to lilt the anil nn the head. tly ELLA SAUNDERS riTrw, yon ran para ml mora tat nor rrat square und their other quilt square.. you ?iHllllllii.liiiillllllllllllllllllllllllllHlllli- - rom auirarinf iniaamaii raap inn Helpful Thought for Today, at The topic for diculon will be "The l 14. It.it'in N.w.(air I'tkin I Aa amlnrat Dbttlrlin. Do not try to grnp Inn much nf llr School Lunch and Clothing for the flpart la Ibl aclrnre, "Aiiillier, l'e ct llltll II of aa tanwn lli t one time. Live tnd.iy well; life l f. II School Girl." neua lor you! ' Kill)' llluliie, who had urfil ho who f)rl nro a mn.nle and earh tiny jdere should tka err I rrmnlr. weeka' Ml- - aiiiibrr. Fria.l." fkrja-lea- , be rut ami set wllb aklll. iirrlxtd lioine for her Mr. n 1, llrlmn, LOYO iilliiu llilii' inlliilte before, MimmI fac- C Trnnrrlpl. : With tnr flrit ttrn ing her pretty mother In the tlir-- u r I had a Mr L, L. Matthew spent Sunday nt their Inline. "Vou remember rMMrtn nuraa anil Ibrn In the Department Store. ami a with Mr and Mrs. Syln Matthew. .Mr. Croft, who ued to be a thrr bad In n thai lniru Lady Cutomer-- "I want a fan and mania, l.ut wtlb you gate me H I tan rblMmi I iu ltd Ihiiii of yniira, Hint Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Hay spent Sun. It must be something light. What ar ..! I Mntbrr'a I'rknit anl hn! onlr a nnr; day with Mr. letter tol Well, lie wmtta to limrry wa In it no time ! tboe film fnn I read o much nbout and Mrs. Haley Hay. ral a ilartnr brrauta me:" " Mr. Kirby Teater bought from Mr. riowiidayr Hilton Brenlnff Tran"'r auoui ira or " script. Mr, llluliie looked lit her ilatlKliter ' riflrtn rulautr. Wm. Hake r a bunch nf shoals nt 7ct. J'!!! . im.,lf. l"iM. - fm IHietilft with a little !ieliM of atioek. It fined ik. n.a,,- rauwhi Mti'ir per pound. .,-blUim How to Please. only yeaterilay Unit IMdle Crott and 'i,.V'!lL''-Matlka .kuh mtf rriM.i ia.f, If ynu want to get rich from writalie hail Xrolletl miller Uine aalne Mr. Frank Hny and son, James S. rriwj- - U MM il lUwiili ing, write tho sort of thing Hint I read apple Her, mrepliil luxira. Then bail viaited Mr, and Mr. Jesse I'reston, -i . UK,,,- - inrir up wnen i nine the iptarrel about a trine, they IMcROBERTS DRUG STORE near Danville recently. jtbey rend to theUKelxe." IVnn Mnr- bad drifted tipait, ami bud beard Mr. and Mr Wm. S. Hay and lit qui, in inn York Sun. nothing of eaeb other for yeura. MANSE tie daughter, Charlotte A. spent SunIl Mu only a few inntlth before Wild Cinnamon. day with Mr. and Mrs. S. N. Sanders. that they hail again enlne Into tniieb Allhnugb the ut x it t Ion nf cinnaThe meeting rioted at Mane lat by one of llin.e little inlliclilinie Mr. and Mm. Fred Snyder and litmon In liidoliilna I addithat M'i'iii an alrange, yet are an ( Sunday night with twenty-aitle daughter, Allie tt., and Mr. mid of the product come Increnaliig, most from tho wild common. IMdle Croft bud Mltawered a tion. to the church. Mr. J. D. ay spent Sunday with Mr. abruh. When n natlte dlacovcM a to letter of IMita Itlnlite'a addreav-A lnrge crowd attended a bnxket and Mrs. Murshall Kay. rlnnamon tree be mut miike a declnra-Ho- n the rorMratloii w lilt It he. aerted, re- I game at .Manv, which wa played liefnre the loeal ndmlnNtrntlon. garding n Milllon for her daughter, ball e and bad proinbeil to do Id beat for jbetaeetl the Mante boya and Noli and Production. team The ore wa 0 to 5, Men uml bee tire minii alike. They Ancient Culinary Ideas. her. Cite up a mighty aittall quantity of Some nf the early Idea; of delicacies .lnl bae you aeiepted In. ileiiri" in favor of Mune. would nut npM-u- l to the modern tnste, the tinitber nkiil. Supt. J. It. Abner viaited the Mane honey In tirotKiritnn ii. it... nor would such method ns some Ha"Ye, nf coiirae," Mlinered Kill' School lat Friday and inpected the ' ltole they make. muli eiHiks applied to the red mullet, promptly. "Whj. don't you know be' work being done by the grade teacwhich ttu looked while alive in a With That Proviso. Mr. linger' right ham! mail In tbu glad to ay he aeem-verwe are gln It Cite. i nun, ,,.., f vi on the table. Sf,.. iirporiillolt1 lie Itittat be a rich a her, and murn iiIimvihI. , pllte. d, ttlttie the plea-tir- e ' ('riteati. And be told me" Kilty nf nllt. when lil profit, aiiioimt to nt Clpgled "that he hadn't luarrleil all Too Late. A very lntereting baket ball game Ur A French srleutWt saya that In orthee year beeatla' he rirter met any 'wa played between the I'reachera-- j ! Ient 10 per cent. one be enred for n he did you, until ville girls' der to attain a ripe old age It Is neo team and Mane team, An Early Start. your tery be mi me, and that I In u Iat Saturday afternoon. The score I KnglMi l'aer He read the mar- - esaary to aleep may due north and south tMeitty." llitne at Kltlnn. We die young hut we'll rtkv and beard the hrlde nml keep right on sleeping on our right win 10 to li in favor of Manae team. rial-"Ami you cure for him, Kilty?" The exchange their tlews. j bridegroom mother put her band mi the Klrl' aide, all curled up with our knees unMnnae foot ball and baaket ball .kitl at her nnxloiitly. team played two very lntereting , lltoii Transcript. almuliler and der our ihln. If iihi lute fur im to I "Care for blmr' Kitty wrinkled her start now worrying whether or not and cloe game with Wood's View Good Way of Looking at It. IKi'tty brotta and laiigbial. "Well, I we're pointed north. Throughout If the iloean't bap'n to be It'n pmble to care for uliy lat Friday afternoon. iippo-- e me If you make up your mind In, the game a aplendid apirit wa ahown giHMl for my work today. If a good for Early Dabblers In Dentistry. some other man's, and will eotne round lll't ItV ahe ailawereil. "Of colirae, t by both achoole. The first phyairluu to apeak' of treatto me tomorrow - Illeken. be'a forty eight." ing the teeth la fiulen Mr and Mr. J C Tudor attended A. D.) were Bdna Itlalne alhtil. lilrl The science of deutlMry, however, may View Wood' Looking Death In the Face. illrTereiit from ubat they bad been la the Death doe. not frighten me now. I be sulil to date from K'Bi. when I'rof. her young ilay. Then line wa eery-tiling- - Aaociation at Friday night, it xvai think It la like taking chloroform; ltlclmrd Newton Nlnted out "the orIt Ma luuuey that (olinteil. j a vplendld meeting and wa thoroughlion ganic connection between the xu.et.lar They wanted a good lime from the ly enjoyed by all, epecialy the Ice , don't m niggle iigiiln.t It. bold the bund aud the. tltal aoft part of the frame of a friend, nml It I not half bud with alart She felt a pang for Kilty, add cream, which wa aerved at the close nnd the hard kilhtniiee the teeth." then another for Bddb perhapa one and brought into the treaury nearly Its prouilae of reat for me and heaven HI work appeared In of for you from "Word In I'uln," let- -' for the pHt n well. $5.00. fer written by a d.tlug BnglMittnmati "And be'a i niiillig down on Saturday r' The Munoe Ao- - to her dixior. Needed at Home. you about It," Kitty mid. to tell Little (ierald Uvea next Kdua llluliie l(hel ugalu. Somehow ciation met at Mr. Annie Anileixm'a Tribe of Indiana Marquette Met. door to a woman xvhn own a big II g home lat Saturday for all day meet- -' ahe did not ipiite feel like The first reference to the Missouri Scotch collie. The dog's nnine la IMdle after all thoe yeura. And her ing with an "attendance of fourteen. of heart wa troubled for both of them. Among the buine item ducuaaed tril..- by Indian made by n Biiropeati I'rlnee. Oue day, lierald, bearing bis Marquette In it letter written neighbor call I'rlnee. holx-- her look What rl of wife would Kitty make were an oyster supper and a cirru. tin Kitty. IMdle lrre.Minde, The oyster supper will be given Nov In UlTil lo I .n Mereler. hi father au- - for the dog, hut wa. unable to find for perlor. a Indian "who ue of nlm. An hour Inter (ierald aaw feather-headed- , nml nciiltl renewing ami th? circus Nov. liith. The wood." On Marquette's itin p npeara I'rlnee. Running to the dog he cried: her long "landing Mirtntlmi with Jim 7th. be held in the Manse Oar- the name and location of the "Oil "Go home, I'rlnee, YaiiM your maiav I Inter, who lived at the end of Ilia rircus will mn wants you." age lntead of the I'aint Lick Carage atreet, add wa III the haiiKr promised to take "Mother, Jim' me nut III hi car tomorrow." IHttlHHIIIMMIIIIHHIIWHHUHIIIIIIi Love Handed Down Mother-To-B- e, aa stated in Read This pli-c- e to lb.-to- I'. lm-n- ni. M-- !.. -- 11 x 1're.ich-'eravill- 1 x 1 I ' 1 m , i (Kll-'JO- I'arent-Teacher- 'a ' ' 1HIO-1S4- I'arelit-Teaclie- d ! ".My dear, do yon think It ipiite right for you to go about with Jim, ,i"h ire-f- y "And It'a alttuya been you, IMiiii," tlilferent types of cows aud how to select the best types. We cannot for lack of space go in$2,000, with interest at li per cent' 1 wan part d Money to loan on from Aug. 1 1122; 1'renti to detail as to the type of men we are briiiK'inK to you, but if you will be present you will bo Walker) be aald. "It Now the you of you forever." aaw III her. If a I3.pt0, we thatr,,,. could ,, not have found better men on these diU'cronl subjects. We trust that List your farm for sale priv- Nov with interest at tl per rent from I 2t. I1IK; J K. Itobuuon $50,. Pivil, Deoli!it-- l ti'ill I'linin tit llio nll.iliix' itiiintini' K.iloc l!iiinwint :it ix'iw .,v..Ht ,.n.. ately or at auction. Mother Didn't Reply. with Intereat at il per cent from Nov Ky will also be present. Hobby, four yeura old, accompanied of Swift and Company of Lexington, II. Tomlliuoii $200, with Office over J. W. Smith's Stare. 2'.i, 1018; It. Intereat at li per rent from March 12,. hi mother to a woman' club meeting If I '.I; Barmen Bxrhange Hank of one afternoon, where the women, xery You will be repaid for ycur efforts in coming to a scientific meat cutting demonstration Nlchohuvillf, Ky., $iliitl.iili with In- tnatcfully gowned, hatted und veiled, which will be given. 1U21 diactiasad the affaire of their orgiinlia terest at 0 perevnt from Aug, OITOMUTRIMT tubjert to u credit of $315.40 paid Hon for two hour. On the way home limited Jan. I'ractico II. 11)22; li. L Knight $1,333.34 It is desired that every school that can be present come. You are interested in every subto dlftcnoalnit and with lutcri'tt at li per cent from Aug, Hobby aald: "Mother, why don't you If there are other communities that would like to have us arrange buy a xell und coter up your face and ject that will be discussed. correcting defect 5, 11)21; and the coatt of thene aclook pretty a meeting of this kind for you be at Crab Orchard and we will be only too glad to go over by tion. of Kyealfht the matter with you. The arrangements for this meeting and the obtaining of these noted W. 11. UltOWN, Matter Com. ot flttlag the Force of lad Example. speakers was thru Swift & Company of Lexington, Ky., by their Solicitor, W. L. Thomas whom mlIonrr, 0. C. C, proper gUaaes. F, I. A. atarted It and now he' a got many of you huvu already met and we want every one to come to this meeting if you possibly & Hay, DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. Tomllnaon Huffuely, I'erpcndl "Alack!" aa doing It. Bagby A feel sure you will enjoy every moment of the time. a uwith a lark ' can and alghetl the llquoi-llkk"- Hntal J. K. Kobinton, Atty'a. lucre, "I hat e n't a lick u' liquor lu my 1922. DONT FORGET THE DATE, SATURDAY, 'NOVEMBER m4 I US P-Capt. Am Bourne, Auct. la OfUa ttaara lacker." Hoet oa aWeelng TraoacrlaL j Green Clay Walker Law And Real Estate Kitty. Bdua Itlnlne felt luat and beThli flrt heniuie eurr-n- t a wildered. i:pec!iilly en the Saturday Uit title of a hUtury or the 0111 war afternoon, when IMdle came down, and bjr K. A. I'lJIanl. iuhllhiil In 1SW Kitty wua nwu) with Jim, fie ileU'lia-HoIt ua ueJ m an 'I he algbt of IMdle wa a ami alu "hlcli fur the ahiH'k, too. They walked Up from the (ji;lit to the kouthem Mopl taliily lullnu together, and ahe would not realize In the perumlietit ettotilUh-bivu- t t hate kliowu lilm In the hrouied, of e of the Ci'iifnlt rule Stalv her, mull who atrnde Amerlra. protection aouiehow ; ahe could hurdly keep from crjitig. "Well, IMnai" Thin, a he faied M. S. poten. N II, W. II pole; N. 23;' her lnlde the lniie the tear did 10 pole; N. 11, W. II pole; N. coti.e. It wax uwkward; but not ao H5 W 10 pole; N 13. V 13.02 awkward at when Kitty returned, It u xery mournful et cuing, and N I'l'i. B. II pole to a point wa pit " tie line of the above described' Kdua taw IMdle gluuclng from her DENTIST 'met, waid nbow dearribed tract of to Kilty In a puzzled wuy. OHU Th Carrar4 Baak. land and paaway being the aame land, He wn tluylng oter Sunday, and S. RethUaca 376. cttuveie l by Mary B. Bain, etc, to Bdua gaaped when Kitty calmly rkoaet 11 r Teater, by detsl dated March i pleuiled an uppoliituitut for the after-KENTUCKY. LANCASTER. js U'O.'i. recorded in the C.'trntrd! IIINIIl. IN GOODWIN THEATRE BUILDING, CRAB ORCHARD, KENTUCKY, THERE WILL (i.inn Clerk' Olllce in Deed Hook. "You iff, 1 didn't know you were 'o 20. page 130, le.!, o much there-- , luting oter," ahe I'Xplnlncd. wa by Henry Teater. etc., con-- j of SPEAKERS FROM THE UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY, COLLEGE IMdle took IMiiii for u country walk. BE FOUR PROMINENT eyed to V (i. ilalile by deeil Dec. ,10. ID 2 recordixl The apell of the putt xtu Upon hold aid Clerk' in EXTENSION DIVISION, PRESENT AT THIS ALL-DAMEETING Heed Hook 20. page 373, the of them, they were Xery allelit a OF AGRICULTURE, Olfire hUNERAL DIRECTOR above in derribed paway being re-- ' they turned homeward In the etenliig. erved by nid Teater in aaid lat "I bopit you und Kitty will he happy. STARTING AT 9:30 A. M. AND CLOSING AT 4:00 P. M. Olltre Over National Hank, tmiiled deed." IMdle." aald IMiiii aoftly. ItftMence I'hone .1. Olllce I'lione 'SI Said a.ile will be made upon He did not aiiatter, and ahe dared and twelve moiithi, trie not liaik' at Ida face. i red l of u . I.ANCASTKII. We have secured PROF. WAYLAND RHODES, Extension Specialist, Beef, Cattle and bet-ItKY. purchaer or purchatei being reiuir-- i Suddenly they heard voice In the feeding. He will also include silos and ensilage in the addresses he will deliver. ed to execute bond for equal, amount due in i and twele mouth darkiio oil the other aide of the bordered I road. after the day of aale, payable to aalil, elm thatJim, I youho inuMu't. You PROF. GRADDY SELLARDS, Swine Extension Specialist, who will ydve a demonstration "Hut. Maater CoiiiiniMioiier and bearing in-- ; of scientific meat cuttine; also will fully explain the latest methods of home ctiriny; of meats. know I'm engaged." teret at the rate of per rent per VETERINARIAN. "Do you lute lilm, Kitty? If you annum from day of aale until paid,, PROF. J. HOLMES MARTIN, Head of the Poultry Department, will brink' to you valtl-(aid- e Day or aid bond to have the force and elfcct don't, you're alnnlng ugnlut your betCalU Antwared Pronatlf of a Judgment and to he and remain ter nature In marrying him. Do you information alontr the lines of breeds of poultry, better housing', how to cull poultry, feed-- i Night a prior lien upon the property until!' lote IdinT Anawer me!" 317. iiiK for eKKS. ami nmiiy other subjects of vital importance to all that are keepiny; poultry. paid otr. "Not" came the almot Inaudihle 'n a I I KI'.NTUCKY The purpose of thi ale I to aet-tl- e ttblier. "It'a nlwuya been you, Jim," pay oir li'll debt adjudged! and PROF. J. J. HOOPER, Head of the Dairy Department, and considered one of the best Tim voice died away. There ttaa againU the above derribeil real beef and dairy cattle judk'os in Kentucky will be present with au address on tlilferent types of fnllit aouiid of pacing fnotatop tate by Mild judgment amounting to the follow; lotert' foolitepa. IMdle turned to dairy cows and at the close of his address we will have different types of cows near the hall approximately 1 1,500.1)0. B It! B phrf Th Lost Ciuh" 77, eipri'le ur4i' n talnuig One Hundred and Three and l:t 100 acre, (I03.'.i:t A ) and there i appurtenant to (iiiil tract and a part of name a pjway leading therefrom to the Wolf Trail Itoad. which I twelve feet wide, the middle line of which I denrrthed at follow. Ileginning at a point in the Wolf Trail Itoad, thence leaving .ud road and running through the land nf V (i Itaine. and along the ridge hetwren the water of l.irk llranrh and Halfway llranch. N. Sl. W. 10 22 pule pole. S. 70', B. S pule; S. to the beginning, con-- , under the i'lrcuintalneaz" "Oh, mj dear mother, do plenae remember that till la the twentieth century and Hot the nineteenth," aald Grand Agricultural and Dairy Meeting be-ld- HATFIELD e, Saturday. Nov 18, 1922 Y 0l. o.r 1 J. A. Beozlev 1 , l er Dr. Printus Walker e-- 1 at Mutual Item-li- t Life Inaurnnre Co., IMiiii. that will be judKed by I'rof. Hooper and will Kive all present a better understandiiiK of the con-vince- farm. i DR. J. J. BYRNE t, r a-- - er It Itth., Trie Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Nov 9. 1922 a Tabulated No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. No. Result of Congressional Election in Garrard County Gllbari Kinesis! tin I, 2. .1. Prcclacta lloone's Crrek Water Works Fall Lick Poor House Sugar Creek !uy Marksbury Hourne Duckeye ... l . . , ir2 1.14 7t TDPIU I. S. C. ..... ..... ... ur. . 12 X.'.. ..... . 84 127 - 72 H7 7. 8. ... . tl.t 42 98 SPECIAL ALLUMINUM SALE Saturday, November 11th. Prices exceedingly low for the values given, namely: 19 cents; 29 cents; 39 cents and 89 cents. MRS. EDD HUBBARD sn go tit !. llryantsvillc- 10. Huenn Vista 12. II. la. it in , .... -- lili u7 r.7 You've earned a GREAT MAJESTIC RANGE many time.s over. You should have it now. Kvery fay you put it oir you help pay for a rnnnc you don't jret. in wasted fuel and repairs. ,! how real Call at our store. Let us show hoat-coirolling quality economv and is littllt rijrht into the GREAT MAJESTIC RANGE. The .Majestic has the lowest PER YEAR COST of any ratine. We hack it to the limit. heat-making, ., Teatcrsvillc 14. Walker'. School II, 15. Paint Lick 111. tii 4t 80 Rl 102 4(5 . . M 110 Grocery and Meat Market 17. .Manse Uwhipii School ........ .. 72 CI, DON'T SHOOT Until You Have Obtained I 111! 12 .., , 82 101 WATCH THE our IS. Cnrtcrsvllte to 1.JS72 OS I 77 .B03 I! tinting License I it Total Majority BUY THE RANGE WITH A REPUTATION. MUCH INTEREST .Manifested In Hevival at Presi Methodist Church News A CONN BROS. "Live and Let Live Folks.' Dt .r.ri H IE DC rrTTT Rates For Political Announcement.. For Precinct am, City For County Office For State ami District For Calls, pur line For Cards, per line For all publications in est of individuals sion of Individual line Obituaries, per line Offices. He doesn't advertise oods The Central Record that he cannot recommend, be Weekly. Issued 91.SU a Year. cause He knows that such an Payable in Advance, imposition upon the public in a K. ROniNSON. Editor. J. soon put R. L. ELKIN. Local Editor and Mgr. country town would him out of business. Kntcrrd nt the Post Office In Lan He doesn't notice his custo- Mail caster, Ky., as mers, because he knows they Matter. would soon no elsewhere and lereicn AdvrrttMn. R.pf ..entafise j buy for less money and that THF. AMHUCAN I'HKSS ASSOCIATION ' t i. woimi mean an cnu to mm. It is reasonable to suppose, j Lancaster, Kr., Noffbtr 9. 1922 does : therefore, that when he Second-Class No Badge of Dishonor A city lays-stress advertise an article that article is worth haviiiK and the price 10.00 is within reason. Offices. 15.00 When you buy from a local .10 merchant that merchant's rep..... .10 utation for siptare dealing is the Interbehind the goods you buy. or expresKeep these common sense views, rer 10 facts in mind, and use your . .05 bargain eye upon the advertising pages of this paper and the merchants who use them. COO up- Make Them Make Good paper a ureat many the fact that In many parts of the counof the criminals of this country the American people have try are of foroijrn birth. spoken at the polls, and a new- The editor of that sheet grist of public officials are com might also have stated, with ing into office. justice, that hundreds of thousIf they keep only a small ands of our best citizens are al- portion of their campaign so of foreign birth. ' promises they will make hisThere are two vital causes tory as no other officials have which eontribute.to the present ever done before. state of lawlessness on the part' Making promises a certain foreigners now resi- to a candidate. It comes easy is part of dent in this country. the game. First, our immigration laws Forgetting them comes quite are entirely too lax. Foreignas easy to the elected official. ers are admitted without proper investigation as to their That, also, is part of the game. Hut now that the elections characters in their own lands. are over, and new officials are Second, upon arrival in thin country the foreigner, unable entering upon their careers, the public should be as prompt in to speak our language, is pracreminding thorn of their promtically turned loose upon an indifferent public, to become a ises as they were prolific in making them. good citizen or a curse to us Put the boot on the other as his inclinations and past j foot and sue how long it enn be training may lead him. ' What we need is a system worn. whereby a foreigner can be taken in hand upon arrival and Baptist Church News converted into a good citizen. The Sunday School hour has been If we are lax in our methods from 0:15 to 10 o'clock. It of troatlng hint when he first .a huped that all may come on time comes to us, we should not bu u that we cun begin our services surprised if the criminal ele- - promptly at the hour sot. n Sun' mont of our population gains' , Tht' "art"r wlH v o rlttck, subjoct morning at an ascentlency over htm before J.. KlBK im cVtf bo he has familianxed himself DrwBiB a,.rvi, .r eaomt. in with the benefits to be durivud the eveniHg. Tile Junsatrs will hold tueir meettag at tf'o'elaxk and the from good citizenship. The possession of a foroigu aVnion at 6:IS. The mm name is by no means a badge mht atpntyr Mrvtee tmr Wtlnu4ay 7 5. Tttaic noxt week. of dishonor, either in this or in "Th Chunk Utat U VorWnK." Cme any other country. and brm yiwr a4NtMtr with yeu. on i the church and congregation. The Seoul idea offer n fine, wholesome Near Depol Liunnter.Ky The revival which began last week program, touching every interest of at the Presbyterian church continues the boy and may be turd by the with increased interest, services be- rhlirrh as an effective way of reach. ing held each afternoon and evening, Nerfolh Island Igncrts CjiIi im the boys for Christian life and . the auditorium being well filled on service. .nii,..i.n .n Sue- i. hIum.- -' Mr. Whitlaker has had in one day. DON'T tdtsrat quail aafars- - N'os-eeach occasion. in. l Mk t'laml. In the I r in .ilMiut of n troop for several years chance Kl). 11,1 h ll.f Itetsxt nil The sermon of Rev. S. S. Daugh- - in connection with his work as pas ber lth., aar after January 1st. n try are being well received and full tor nnn nas Don't kill more than twelve Uatl entire ("jmlrtts.ni in found it to Ik- - a moxt rrsir. of thought and thoroughly enjoyed in oar ilsr. riiii Kfrraa iinn nnnafinn m oy iim numeacf-s- . DON'T shout Kiulrrel befare Jly ine choir un.ler. Th- - 1...v. will ' .v...i. IUUIII .I a IIIVII . ..a .oe .eaoersn.p oi .Mr. Alien ... . caiey.at Uu. parsonage two Friday evening, 1st. nor after December loth. 1200 DON'T kill woodcock before .NV one ui inr mu.M.iniiing lotttures or a rnanth. ine meeting ami H composed of the" vw vv.,vn ...in 1...1 ,1... vewber ISth., nor after January st. Xmas DON'T kill mere than lx wsssjst- oesi. laiHiu in ine ciiy. the meeting Kpuerth League Sunday evening. The will continue throughout next Sunday errwe will be cock in one day. A asmuUfwl in ft bstak, "I'i at six, giving plenty DON'T kill wlkl turkey, imported and perhaps lunger, if the intereat of time for the member to go to the (Jmm na I'oaple by a far l phosants, or Hungarian jKirtriilaws continue 'nerease revival service at 7:.10. with, each CsMtntry Hay.'' fro Wednelny evening at seven the before November ISth. lOtl. DON'T shoot, Giving a Drink of Liqu prayer service will resume the studies before November hay or sell rnfcMtt arster for lttbWsi. Send mi l&th.. aftr in the Sermon on the Mount, the topic January tst curd tSHky far latest arirm or being "The Snint of Tmn I'mv-.r- " or Violation DON'T snarr rabbsts at any limn. i Matthew li:6-8- . We a re having good Hles. DON'T hunt, pursue, chaso, an tea. attendance ami interest. of Law HARVEY M. ESTES Come to the service Sunday morn- kill, injure or molel any desir befert ing If you do net werariip elsewhere November 13th., Uft. Crorgeliiwn, Kjr. DON'T kill any wild duck. wM.1 ir You Hate Whiikry or Moonshlm we cordially invite you to make thl gessse or jarkanipe bufore September your church home You will find it loth., nor nftrr January lt. in Your Cellar Keep it There Lions Furnish Ceoil SteaK a place of faith and fellowship. i sei sieei iri m Iwlsfo .No-IJiu rteaji I. ..ii.l i.. k,. i er .i in a Sunday School class, take If You Share-- it With Friends ,,,,c. 'tcer is i..ur nn.t tner. part in the F.pwerth League, enjoy vetnber loth: nar after January ! I'ONT hae fur bearing animal in 'WhHmi, th. ii.ff.-- u eaten In the helpful hour Wednedy evening The Law Will Get You "H,w- and be with u in the morning and your possession before October lM . Imparts nm'' " .ti.i'ler.tptl..n ilm U .trrnrfh He u.nins nor after F,ruary 15th. evening hour of worship. DON'T kill any wossd duck, eider Frankfort. Ky., The 1920 liquor luck, or swan at nny time. by the aw was extended recently In Memoriam DONT kill, trap nor hove in nur court of appeals to include the glv- possoeMam at any tiase any mg er :n ng away of a drink of whiskey. lc k truly said that, If you need money moonshine or other intoxicant, in the "Death ride on every puasing breeio sertivorsMis birds. on your farm, JanuDON'T wnit until N'av.tmber IJftt case of the tommonwenlth against Ami lurks in every sunny llowor." ary 1st, put in apto buy your huMer' litsmte. DO 11 Tom Wells, of Shelby county. The Ji;si one year ago the NOW. finding of the Shelby circuit court. Mses.engers from the CelcUol City plication NOW DON'T kill all tim quull in a which sustained a demurrer to the in- wafted the asfslrit af Alexander Cama-bel- l v. MikM to th.' God who gave It. hmve .some for seesl. dictment charging violation of the DON'T fwrget to femi the birds liquor law. was reversed by the full How ne mivi him, bat we know that 5 our loan is llevHi gain. W do during th wmtstr. court. DON'T fall to notify your Local Well was charged with having giv-e- n not mourn as Oio who have no Sue Shelby Mason of a pint of liquor to hope fur he sliep to awake on the Warden or this Department of those who lobite the law. (.arson Huberts, in Shelby county, resurrection morn and will stretch lisn Ag'-n- t and Abstractor V fi- ' who hunts last January. The indictment was forth his hands to take us bark with .thut a lurt House I A NT A ST Fit, rt 15 tf KY returned under an act of March 20, him to the Cod he love... As a hus I ier k is a cheater ire that ",v 11)20, which prohibit. the selling, band he was true and faithful to (he foejs the law manufacturing or giving away of in- eml; as a fnther he was tender, lov I. I toxicating liquor. Wells contended ing and kind; as a friend and that the legislature did not have the bor, mi community wa evr blesn right to regulate tuhe private affairs vrilk one better. "O diath, wlur. O grave, whore is t of citiaeiM and claimed that the act la thy stuiK was an infringmeat on personal lib. vicusry? Tlw sUag of death is and the strength of sin i the erty. Wolls also aeid that the indictment Hut thanks be to (Ind, whseh give ' did not charg a public offense, or, us tlw victory through our Lrd J in other words, that it whs not un- Chrst." The memory of bim and :r-- 4 law fullawful to sttve away liquar works will alway be with Truly it can be said of him that uhirh wa hi own property. KIi4j The opiniwn. which was written by "twin; dead yet sfMMikttUi." Judge Charles Moorman, stated that "Alap in Jesus, sleep, Whore none ovr wikes to wei-- i the seventh amendment to the Kenculm ami snoot retn, tucky constitution prohibited the Wh only thft-- o in our manufacture, sale or transport of liipiors except for sacra - The Fa mental, medicinal, cientifie or memi chanical purposes, but that it did not r strict the leirialature in dealing with Liquor Loads , t' e subject of intuxicating liquors. Prohibition Aent William Klnnaird ! CALORIC is the name of the heiitini; plum that And Deputies Capture. Liquor Business Boosts i th-.- ! i I i byterian Church ied Scout troop wan rerently organ by the pastor in connection with The infill for hunting rabbits and ijuail will open November ljth, and a few "don'ta" Jrst at this not go amiss; ami nt the ami-- ' time give the hunters n synpi f the game laws In oh nbrevintcd form DON'T hunt off your mn land ' without license. DON'T ahoot without thin year's hunting license. DON'T ahoot iIuvim before Srptrm ber 1st., nor nftrr December 15th DON'T kill more than fifteen does ' Ordering New Fresh Goods every week. BIQSALE KVKRYIiODY That Good FLOUR You , 8ht WANTS Hie Difference R. J. ENGLC ii.ii. Presents Free nr Held Kn-ro- ll ii. -- r " . white-winK-- ,- - Interest 1- -2$ one-fourt- h nv-K- , Vil;lllM'BB . - ! blol Jei-knsiws.- " jirssiC' fPi 1 Ci of means HEAT 1 11 1 Uie Your Bargain Eye You are wvIckwu t vice alt our ser- A merchant doesn't spend Card of Thanks money merely for the purpose To t htm- w r wre wi kind and of seeing his name in print. sympathetic nir our in t of our krutW. He is4oo much of a business to part with his dollars William Ilumh. we wish t expre maiv our slnovro tlsann and gratitude unless there is a good prospect taks) this nietfco .if m oxpritsslng and It. of securing a legitimate return Mr. Kbert llurnstde upon his investment. . anil tastily. riH-ew- t lu-- . At an early hour thi. morning WilIntelligent advertising urn! managi nieut involve team work liam Kinnaird, prohibition ugent of 1. acu iter, with deputies passed thru of the highest order. Ton many merchants would rather Danville en route to Lexington with Me mvrehandirio rat on their shelves two truck loads of very fine real The par tie who had tin than ! jro to the trouble of getting liquor. the stuff out where people can seel liquor was being hauled through in the two large trucks. It i not known it and purchase. Many u bolt of fabric ha served just how much liquor there was but a the nesting place for months bo-- , the quantity must have exceeded two' ' Agent Klnnnird mid cause its owner wouldn't take his feet hundred down alf hi dosk long enough to dust, hi aiMiatant recently made a big it off ;pm a price a it AND ADVKIl. haul at I'orryvillo when ten whiskey! TISC TIIK FACT that it offered n'mnner heavily loaded attempted to through that city. It is thought "real bargain" for anyone who ed incrchnmlW of it kind. 'the haul last night was made some I The merchant who trains his clerks miles west of I'erryvllle. Many think TO 1'1'I.L SLOW SKI.LINC STOCK that the Hquor which was selzwl las' TO TIIK PKON'T instead of pushing night was from the Kugby Distillery Danville Advocate it to the Uirk has started things in near Louisville. the right directiusi. And if he bits Timtly Rt pairs Importsnt. th kmI jmlgment TO ADVKIITISK The bet xecurlty against revolti TllrkSK AllTICLKS as "leaders" in tlmi Is In constant mrnrtlon of nlmses a way awl manner that lets the peo-pi- e and IntrtKlurtlnii of uenbil Improvekilo he Means business- - he will ments. It Is the neglect of timely flml this slow stuff serving as trade-goUe- repair that mutes rebuilding neees-sarWbalely, . instead uf dust asoumulaturs. intelli-g.-'- it J J hents buildings like the sun heats the earth by natural circulation of air. To your family the CaloriC Pipeless Furnace offers: 'June-lik- e wiumth in every room 70 jjtutranteed fuel bills cut ;j to in coldest weather clean rooms drudgery banished. The CaloriC has no pipes antl heats old or new homes of 18 rooms or less, through one register. ca. neml-lpas- Usually Inatalled in una ilar No alterations, no plumbing, no pipe to (r.ia. Mad and gusranlml by the largest n of w.rni.lr fuinaiis in the worIX Come In and let us show yoii why wa can your sau(actHn or money- guaiamt itr -- Haselden Bros IM OVtH 12S.0O0 HA1MV ra LBLlBBBBBHaBlnirall'BVaBWalB Th Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, Nov 9. 1922. Mr. and Mr. V. T. West, of How-lin- g Green, were here for n few day Week. thlt Mr. George W. Knjrdalc, of Pleasant Hill, Mo,, u viitliiK her brother, .Mr ii, r hwope on linnviile avenue. Mr Knr' Swnpe, of Kentucky Uni WE AR-U-WE- LL vtriy. pcn- - pnrrnt, Mr the week-em- l with hit Mr nml Mn. It. I' Swope jj l'in. 25; i .1 M Siurhlon, of ("ovine n Mitini; her mother, Mr. II. A II Markthury. .She will he join by her husband, Dr. Stauehton .11 Mwbn her nrml the week-en- SHOES DIRECT FROM FACTORY TO YOU NO MIDDLE MAN'S PROFIT. SAVE $1.00 PER PAIR BY BUYING YOUR SHOES, RUBBERS, OVER-SHOE- S AND RUBBER BOOTS AT -- Will observe Armistice Day Saturday, November 1 1th. by ceas- ing all operations at 11 A. M. for about five minutes while the whistles and bells ring. Let's support the Legion all over Gar- g'r ; rard county and observe the few minutes with the boys who have so graciously given up their celebration for the High School foot ball game, Covington vs. Lancaster, Lcavell field. The manv fnend of Mr. V .1 are to know nhe hn re-- i ired utfieiently to he rente vi l to lu-Vine Mr. (Soman has net n jrr iV!y i'! but underwent nn at the linnviile llo.nital and i ir fro-- the rtfertfi in ' C7 -- ntifrn lory manner Itoman r -; opc-'ittio' n j V rir llu-.!- . teifitran! ha been reeeive inr ns th death of Mr. C!. hieh mrarrod nt In Vniel.. California. 'ii-r- , . u n Ha l.i et iK Everybody come Game called at 1 :45. l ia.h formrrlv Mil Mnrv of thi city, anil iruih .nipaihv fflt for her in eer pr m ."rr'. 'iat r. rami' tn her. nna.rl. Sanders Variety Store The Red Front LANCASTER, KY. Mr ,i- - Mr Riley l!..ir. r mv an, WE WILL OFFER UNUSUAL VALUES ON THIS DAY IN MILLINERY COATS, SUITS. DRESSES $9.00 New Shipments arriving daily $12 and $lo Hats at $8.00 and S10.00 Hatsat$5.95i $(i.00 and $7.00 Hats at $4.95 and bcinS marked at prices that S'1.00 and $5.00 Hats at $2.95iwi lurn them rapidly. Get Don't miss this opportunity, while the selection is to ;ot hitfh jjrade head wear at'your8 rediculously low prices. ieoocI. j Never before have we offered such allies in SHOES buy them now, Shoe weather is bound to come. We are also showing all the newest things in OXFORDS and STRAPS. The One Price Store House of Quality Mis Kliaa n Gossip About People lio.nti byThuit Wl Aft Viti'ni nun h M vv? interfiled lu. it nit lav lu" r if llrynntuvilo Will , Mr lic'r Mr ami Mr T J Pr.ce have beer ' recent vititnr of Mr and Mr. Tnlor ! Ilurdettc, in Danville .Mr and Mr Mr Itichard Ailman. of Itlrhrmovi. Tom I'rue. f Ht.n the true of Mr and Mr l.ick ere ek end irurtu f Mr nmi Mr. Itiley Kutfert. ltufrl Smith. lint Uit t Mr mi 4 Mr. Iluferd Smltr and Mr Abner ICay ate tared ta Klchtnond lnt Mr Him ndr.m the putt w.reK. Mi. Mary ('fiemmlt nttve in Uattvilln. m Saturday. W. Mil It. Kv.djrn Iamlt willi Mr. anil Mr. Kite? ami kohy, Willie Chriine. M'iM wk tant Itxer. lanv.tlo Shelby vtartuti; rd--' ; Maaoa aad MIm Sue Itny ware Mlaars A lire aad An have ltea recent vtf rharmiuK Ktttwta ef Mr. and Mr. Ho tor., ih linnviile. font .Smith for the weekemi. Mm. Mm Mary RMt"1,0, Mr. and Mm. F. It. Muritkhiiry wore! viitori in I.exitiKtM Hntiinlny Ii lt and Mr. Itabt. ''"N Kme jn laiBii, rturn4 Mr. Will Walker. hm hat Ihwh aendiMS twtt wek in Miwitaip)ii on Wadae'Utty. hoa J. .ohm rein Uvea. .Stanchion. Mr. nml Mr. Ulay Sut- re visitors In l.exitmton Tuet Mr ami Mr. W, 0. tfotaMae have j tun Mimiw Siillie Lou SafUtr, Ktnma f Jay. l.eo Ittty nml .Sallie t Clark njumt mvml to tWr (arm the week-en- d roal. with Miatan Klla Mae Mr. KphHam Iltown ient the week uml I.oi Virginia Itourao. Mr. Iluith MWey waa calM U) end with M wife, in I.eMiiirtoii, win Mr. W. Morrow. I'aul Morrow. IiIim U. ilii'ti to romaithHt tlwni.M Cmeiaanti MmMny Wjr ih Wbum of at "UltliiK her mother, Mr. U. I. Mr ami Mr. Joe Walker wie vii Simpson. hw mother. leary .lame. tHr of .Mr. mid Mr. John dill Kin- Mm .SrHUlfWy llurualde Meltolierta miird, in LoximkUm lliihe ami Mkx Mr. Canadian flratv Tobacco. Swiny. .Mary lloty hv heun reenat Wtor uml little ilimihter, Hetty M.trtraret, pbtHiwii In inatla Ihi Mtt- - Mitle of CovinuUtM, in I'anvillo. raturtietl home Intt itaraen lickeroa. a iiaie riaaartMbbt proitre ilurlus lliw Monday. tiHtrher at l'aiiu uw ."Maui Midi 'iut f. a yenr returned Mr. Homer lllnml ha laHt.tl mat Mir M femlliiu u few 4ay wtth her parMnt. ('. I) .Strethr and tittle mim front Coloradi ami iiccepteil hi old ent. Mr and Mr. Will lltckvrvue. Spoiler af Otity. IWi DlfHe. HU who have been ihnt: Mr and Mr. pMltiun in tm? A iMwatlfill heart imike the pwlli-n- t many friemU uru l ee hint lark Kd (iiiuieii. Iiu.' returned to their Mr. Clay Hamilton haa beta a -- i fa.e (ihmI Im hmii at. Awl usiy rent visitor of her dauohler, Mn' un I nt hit old joh home n Vew Alhanv, Ind. Thelmu HnmiltuM. uha i n undent llaauht ami kind feWinca witlMii imU me nit at Hamilton Cidluue. in I.oxInKioa. Her Prenatal Mr and Mr. John Underwood. W. rn livi hiiiiu.' Ct kner uni Mr and Mn. Mihaa llollnrU aad Uorn lb a lo t.tUitt halt), of Danville. Mi wet IiU Itrwun, ktUjchter rude .letmle litt by hl Itlclmriw. Mrt. Sallie l.uu Nnylor, l.illle N'wtl Ar IbKioa Tntntcrli!. ABOUT THE VALUE HEKE .SjIIIo l.oii Chirk and Kmmn l.eo mild, Kay were uuttt Sunday of Mr. and Glvrt It Great Value. A bivinllivs m4imo toaiiMtiT belne Mr. I.oyd llourne nml family. aked by III tiwlwr W tin I make it Mr. nml Mr. It. .mutter returned dollar bill tllluableT' ivpllixl, "llailm: ed t ill tin' ret nf nmr iIi hmi,.(..h to l.am-.ute- r MornLiy, after ee You be In eral month viit to Cermany They Much Virtue In Silenc. report a delightful trip ami there kot Sllemv U mm of friendt here were delighted to tee of nrsument to of the Itnnlcst Ikind no roful. Tliere them hark. They were accompanied eo.m miiHiui for MUdoja: but l . home by their lie lie, who will make leurw I the bo.t tlau lw w ben them a vltit. dirotireil. II. W. Slmw. ihi . many frtomta nf Mr. W Miaa Kvelyn Ianilt h roturni Franei, who Mr attnrd at) CaiiiM are lo kamv the l r from SiHMfonl aftar eral itav' ria-i- t wa a week-en- d efcdtor hero.) I'nrbtn, fruot a reiit llliir". Hith Mm. Sonamr. nf that rity rottirnud! Mi Lean ItrHjkt ha ' Mr-- .. Mr and Mr. U J. Kay. of l.evine- J. K. Mr. Luther tttfek aiu4 from it VMt Ui friend in Cmlnutoa. Btmorw h:tv hen reeent t;uet of Uh, entile over baturdnv aad uore Mr J. S. OUIiort. of Domtu, hm Mrs. Jahn HmiKhtHun, in Pnnvllte. ' miettM of her iatr, Mr. Mmon been lwndiHK n fw imf In Pollard. Mr. ami Mrs. John Cill Klnnuinl ter. jiitnl Utile ton, Jtihn Morrow, of l.ex- Mr. mid Mw. K Iluy have re Mr Sam lliitdde ts l.ttxincioa. tad Mr. K. ilik'tiui. Unvw l.een rent vi'itors here. turaed t tt4r II ltdiirkinil wr in Diwivitte Stur-- i ith after ftfiHtMUai; 'he Mtt'MHi I M. Uimlratn, Mrs. Je lie cll Mr. Iia4an lu I.' t'rlwk dinner lat n I.H .it iiii-.- r home on the old Dan , iki vilh 'n.nor of Mr. an I Mr. T. v I'r .. Thou.-rof I'atnt Uek ent .nip tht uutett.t of honor Modification by Mr ml Jlf CaWin lltwier ami or. Ilalpn Colli. Mr. and Mr. Hen 'V lniot Jr '.f .Stan fort. Mr ami Mr. Charle? Stan'on, of IMt.'burjr, Mr. 0car and little hhi. of K rkv..lMi e Ktie M endow, of recently nnawered .n a very eoncite il ..M.v.ilf. Miw iivclyn Daniel, fnahiun iH,me of the mireireeHtH-tionnd of the .n .f ri'Ui-tlluan. af I.i nearer 1 Mi .Sutton and StoHa Yik It it worth while to ummarize hi uia ev f Hutihl. and Mit Martha Itnnoy tatemenl, umler the caption "Fact if Stanford. Mer. MeKeadret and Fiction." N .t, (.ale Itaney, of Stnnfenl ami Fiction Prohibits wn hastily enacted. ll'.'ner lt!m. Fact No tnetion ever derided in T' Woman. Club held then mm America wa .tajiUt'.od over a lonKer .ar eik! meotint; Thuriltiy after perbHl or better iimjerntnod. i nn at t,- room on Irxinuton Fiction Prohibition wa the work iinai Th. uual II.buiMneo notwion of a mlnarity. K wii heli, Mr Ilourkind, th Fart Hefere national prohibition president, m the ehair. nnd after the became l!ctic thirty-fou- r state reaiiinj of 'h- - tninuten by Mr. J. K had untie "dry;" thrie-flft- h of all Stnrnie the protrmm wn in eharce the people wrre living tinder prnhi-- ' f Mr Mae Huche N'oland. who biUiry law, and four-fiftof the beaut. fully gave the tory of the United State, ti rritorily, wa "dry." (ran I Opera Kautt. It wa o well Moreover, Connre tulimitttHl the rendere I that thoe prwent felt a if amendment by t d vote, ami they were at the Opera. Several se only two tate. with le than rif nt from the opera wa played on of the papulation, failed i ha ictrol.i. which added to the do to ratify Fiction it. I'rohibtion lichtf-iprogram, bmtt forty mem while . ... wa an e- - w deerridaway. the AmericanCon-Xr- r a oer were present and it wore Fart The efi.illv interet!nc meetinjr. which uniitted the amendment for ratification wn elected five month befote the war. Kentucky, Ohio. Mlchitjnn and other State increased thir vote in fav-a- f oiruiant iurpri' party wa af prohibition after the toldior Rtven Mr. Laura Bourne at her home on the Danville road last Sunday had returned from the nrwy. Fiction More liquor i ronmtmed afternoon. November 5th., by br children, Brand rhtdlron ami 4iter. than before prohibition. Fact llefore prohibition 0U disWhile .Mr. Ilonrne and her ton, Cleveland wr at rhtirrh, the lnre; tilleries prodtired annually one hun million irnlliin rrowd iralbereil at her hnme and pre dred and ity-eijrr- u pared a bonntifnl dinner, at which of plrit, and ..100 hreworie mattu- wn terved ail the khi1 UttnK. do- - fact u red I.KSH.tind.llOO Klon of MKhtftilly prepared in tevernl rturt. beer. Today a mere fraction nf thl In the renter of the table wn a largo enormaut rhMai of intoxicating liquor U beia produced, whib- importationt birthday cake with pink candle. than one-haAmotur lhof present wore: Mr. equal to of one per and Mr. Maton l'tdlanl ami in, Mr. cent of former year.-- . Fiction I'rrdtiWti.rn and Mrt Jet AHdcr.tn, Mr. nnd interfere Mr. J. W. lloume and tn, Mr. ami with pervwwl lihorty, r act So do th Ten Command- Mr. Gawn Itwirne. Mr II. F. Wil- mot. Mr. Wood Wilmot. Mi Sara menu. Wilmot. Mr. and Mr. A. V. DoukU make hypo. f I'arit nnd Mr. aad Mr. Itutbvr erit. Fact Treaon and anarchy proaca. Kay, of I.exinjrton. Hi r the liaunr adVocatw wJ not Thought for the Day. make men aioro laurrotic. caadhl. Notldm; ilNtlnirtiloke a lady or a ami honest. aenlkmtan more than illenlty under Fletlon Prohibition caHU be iHWoriHiie. enforcing FartIt i beinx afonod. ar the Itt Oeit Form. hue aad en would mM bo io unmt. 'Itierf I HHe real I'tiarit In cettln A render of the .Vow York Times, me titaa a ibati In feillin; four In Uilito". ltolHti TrMHM'rlpt. Hh.eh eater to the aalUfteaUos vn nekod the other day by a Todjy'i Wla Wora. rwulur the ftdtdwiat: Utmii which "I'e hnil MtHi im( iHHMieni. Tliiv h ha not uadortiikea $o fur Ui nn- MWekim- Ih atdte of iim. The Kan! - Buckeye High School Notes Clemmon .May enrnllinl School Monday. in Hiirh Misrepresentation - n I.opaa' Cecil Dailoy, a former papil nf Chapel unrolled Menduy. Hobert Davin, a Freshman, rpcml-int- t a week with friond in Indiana. A clat 1lle. niton Wenrren, af the ipent the weuk-ond Salomon in Looi Mit Lucille Sander, a member of the Freshman Cln wa in Lexington Thurswlay contultini; an oye itpeci-nlkt. h two-thir- ! The faculty and memliors of the school jrave an uutartalnment and Mauerad in the Atiditnrlum of th. Monday evelllk'h School hullillm; ning, Oct. .10th. An intiroatlnp wa civun by member of the Mchool, nstistvil by local violinist. The room wn very beautifully decorated with Hallow'een colors of black and yellow, autumn fnllncc, black cat nnd which pave pro-Kra- m s. Birthday Party a very weird appearance. A couple vsh& for the bett to Mi Itoborta Hay nnd Bryan Wllmit. Itefrihment consisted of peanut, homo-mad- e candy ami A frapp-- . larue "fortune cake"' decorated with black cat and witchcn wa pre en ted to the Mboal by Mr. Jot Hill. The oecation proved to be one of unutual pleaturc and a neat turn wa realized, which will be used for school equipment. Stotch "Howleu. Here nre "liowlem" .ino ties quoted in the I mvlnetHl. the' imisn-lin- e .if the Kdlulwrjrti I'retluriiil ,v'niii uien nr imiii. nuiisr. an oiii'.riiw. i,i A.llo.-k."A an itaiumi th a ihiik-I- i tn It Mouim h. Uio ahieh it retiretl when bard prr- - il " -- ,n i.idi Is a .Imri, lirrtil!. (.,. i " "llei l nut lleno on tb.' .il'ar tei ittul vi.il 'ffl'ni In., nr l:lneV ct.'irly IMaiKM. r I " iirnr-upik.-lll-..- pre-ent- ed 1 ( - lf Fiction--Prohibit- ion lillil- .- I I II Fwl ole-mo- Mi 1 1&t - wwr: loie Ti..ti Jk l, i,nt t'i-i- NO Th. "On you irivo ptefarcaco to drink. wmi whrn emaioyinir tama on your ttair or in your worahat? Ho you heJJove any iwrrentaKv of alcohol tend to promote uTic.in.-yWiMtid .vom be In favor of the on your traia biking a iMtHrrmi drink !wfro ttnrtta;, aad how about the train dwjmtrher? When hNtU he take hi dnk! Vaa tauM the doctor do hi dnnkinc?" Henry Ford know Um answer, If The Time, doe.n't. Cwairol Muttonl itt. mw ? auk-tan- Your Feet Are Worth a Fortune! Rf;ht no wiulr ou W4o ;hkI firt shtHial take care of tlii'tn. You tsati't luvu comlortauie if JOUUMMiHUOtO arctic. Anli rurv tho- - teat vigorous ami Iwahky l cuum: a (tMaferiahtt aatl tMiniwil nuriiMirt it pett Sht. with I ho arth lirklxo keej Hhh aa(iog IVetervar ouaueaicd Heat twaV f:t )or vidtd. Willi. LUNGAKDIA CoiiKh Lcxingtsn Spicial Patent Flour 89cti. Ltxiiigton Prize Patent 75c-Cuarante- preparation in quickly roiiKiv4a: and Cil. "Deon-aoalo- d Couiflu and Cold. are a menaco to the I.UNOS." Take no chance ith a tyrun of merely pleating tuste. but uted b Nure and l'hyiolatt, aHd! proclaimed the bot Unoiiuale for tore throat, dfincult bteathintr. otc. ilOi- - ami $1.20 tier bottle. aur nienoy back if any utltrr preparation approacne it iur koimI reult. JUau. fact u rid by I.unirardia Co., Maliu, FOK SAI.K HV Texiu. McKODUKTS (li-y-st.) tanifct hitrh ubovo uH alwo), t'tubha you ta Iut e our ictt luok at uu ate .rh In Ptciorvcr atytr. ctMal ue LU(iAUIIIA, reoommemlivl aitd Always llae the Judge. at C. K. Engle UKUG STOKU. The Central Record, Lancaster. Ky., Thursday Nov 9, 922 1 Lots for Your Money Brands' Should Nat Tmpt economy ff BRYANTSVILLE CHICKENS Mr. C. C. Hecker was in Lexing ton Thursday on bunlnMS. Mrs. Wm. Coulter nml Mb Mnttlr Coulter were in Danville Tuesday. Mrs. J. S Skinner nml Mm. Lesley llruner were In Danville Tuesday Mls. '.iltnh Dawes nml Mm. 0. M. Morelnnd were In Lexington Tuesday, Mis. J. K. itnllnnl, of linraster, has been vMtltij: relatives here thl By MARION Garrard National Farm LoaniHssn Federal Farm Loans: RATE OF INTEREST 5 CENT. PER tt....r ..................... .a ilrl'lui N.p.Mr Sjnlif.l.) IS "Iral lliem rhlekens!" exploded I'y, as he roe hurriedly from his iumfort I. LIIOHTON. Ym-- Uh CALUMET th BAKING POWDER That's What MUHms Housewives G4L D Baking Powder can't be sold for less that "more for the monfailey" means bake-daures, waste of time and money that Calumet means economy. y They know that BEST ST TEST ing powder. The sales of CnUimel are over 150co greater than thut of any other bak- THE WORLD'S GREATEST BAKING POWDER Point Sometime Overlooked. Ilr llmt fancle hmief very enlightened hecnu.e he ee ili in of oilier mny lie very Ignorant becatie li Iiiii nut MUdlcd hi own. Ilulvver-t.ytto- j Satisfying to nutdree ui nun an . The iiuilii Eiptanation. roiiMiii why our I llmt lie dnen't have automobile. New . Sun's Light Diminished. Housefly Quick Thinker. The housefly U lltt- flivertt-- t of In- sect, lt. ItitrlltEW tirpulit;: Hint of the tint niul tin- Ik.-- . aii nutliotity asserts that It can think Usl times quicker I lilt II M timll Chinese Flrtt in Meaicof I'rehlMorle wj occupied ami colonized t riiim-- v, neconllng to nrrhcoloElst whiwe rcenrchc have resulted In dNcovene nf incenn burner niul peculiar dlshe made only liy tin rhlnee. three-legge- .Wioiuuiier consider our un ti now .i "ilwjr? tur. hut llmt former-- l H light M time greater than t preent. Some Fall to Recognise Truth. Tlioti dot give amlli'iire everywhere, O. Truth, to till wli.i nk counel of thee, mid at once nnwcret, though on mnnlfold matter tliey uk thy counsel. Cleiirly dost thou iinwer, though oil do not hear. St. Aiigutlue. Seek Fellow Man's Best Points. We ma). If we. clloo.-- , make, the worst of one n nut her. Kveryone hat A Short Turn. 1 wn nut wltli Uirry hli weak point; etert.n.- - liun hi the Hilifr day in tin- - mountain, you limits; we may in.iki Hit- worst of know nml -- aid, ".,,. Hut mute thee: we luuy tlx mir ileiuloii over there." latrrj II, il w,- - may alo iiihio thee in Hit now. Il was in urti n hurry tn nun I make the best nf nnt We Ii.t around tliut lie (riii we Impe to be doth unkle I may forgive, even forgiven. A. I' St.iuiev Saturday I'veultig j.t. inTtins - 11 hn-ilt- ul . im-- I NICE CITY RESIDENCE FOR SALE privately, my resilience on Danville Avenue, just outside the City Limits in Lancas-tc- r I wish to sell Modernly equipped with CITY WATER AND LIGHTS. HOUSE OF EIGHT ROOMS, WITH BATH, ALL IN GOOD REPAIR. TWO ACRES OF GOOD LAND, ORCHARD, GOOD BARN AND OTHER OUT BUILDINGS. Terms reasonable; possession January 1st, 11)2.1. Those desirinjf to look over property may call me over Paint Lick phone 11-R. I CLARENCE GREEN. One In Fifteen Ha Perfect Eye. It ha been found that only one tier eon In llfieeti hn perfect eye. Flea' A hVii'i. Grasshopper A Good "Hurdler." u dUtunce of SOU yrnRhopjer can Jump times It own lem-1- ' Physical 1 strength Strenjth. iiiunzltij;. ptlll l.l'i'l limes It- - .mi, It can weight. Smallest D.r m rtecord. The smallest tmby nt biitb known welched two poumN an', "in- - ounce. Valuable Material fcr Oonrs. Many of the tun liiii iloors and portalx to llavmiu houei uic built of Milld mahopiny und other richly liatho woods. col-ore- il Exploited by the Camera. Some of the sutelllu. r Jupiter were discovered pliotosnipldnilly. nml have, never been seen uuepi on photographic plates. Salvage Ship Sets Recoid. A new- Mill age .luii ret cull) completed In Diglaud, taid to be the hire-e- t und llnt-s- t vessel of Its kind utlout, Is culH.'d w''l' iMirtiible iuiiii whuh cau deal with l,(MJ tons of w liter lu uu hour. That Is to my, n I'M" tun ship could he emptied of wuter In less than three hours. 1 t "Elemental Spirits." Klemeiitiil spirltn were helugx who, (Hipiilur belief In the Middle ngr-a- , presldvil over the four ehnts, living In mid ruling them. The elemental spirits of tire were, culled salamanders, tlme of water iimllni-- i, tin,... tif nlr silphs nnd those of eartli gnomes, airordliig to - I SAVE MONEY WHEN YOUNG ENJOY IT IN AFTER LIFE Young men who would enter the decline of life in comfortable circumstunce should bet;!n to save now. The approved modem method of saving Is a savings account In the home bank. This bank invites young men und young women to Join its family of savings depositors. One dollar opens a savings account, and uny sum may be deposited thereafter. THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. S. C. DENNY, CatliUr. Honor Roll ,000. Surplus $30,000. Bftfik aide nx'ker oil the terultda und boiled dnwn Iheslipi: "thej're nt that Valler Itiiiitnm ngiilnl" Sur) ilnpxi her knitting Into her B. Inp nnd oat Im.1i upright, hi Mitre nt week. tin' Mglliited lin k of her half. Secy-Trea- t. .Mr.. J. II. KdwariN wns hotter at us lie mude long but rheumatic lenp ii delightful dinner fur a number of In the dlrei tlon of the garden. He elteil Hie empty water pall slid friends. swept Inward the garden with murder Mr. nd Mrs. V. K. DnvU pent mis Intent. Making Friends nml Enemies. It Mlaht Be Worse. If )iU wont eiiemle ejeel oilier; the weck-rni- l with relatives nt Nicho. Suppose the fly II might be worse. "Ilun't )im dare hurt them rlilrkin nml the mosquito bad the sanm worklnsville. I'y Morrll." shrllleil Snr: Mdim'l sou If you wnut frleinlt.. lit nttiem en-e- l roil. t'oltoii. ing hour. Iltrmlngham Jtrsi. in) sumMr. J. Ilogan Kullanl nnd MIm Lire riu rulln" ihent-f-ur mer lM'nnlr." Maynie l.ee llnllnrd were in Danville Unlike the Bore. Maybe He Werke While He Sleep. Il wunn't I'y's fa'ilt that (hi re Tuesday. We'll sny lids for Ihe luilglar, he Aiiiniie the thine we don't under- wn ipieM hivdfil. fur the violently never dmps In on u when we are I stand Is bow mnstpjltn can get ., alnu Mr. nml Mrs. It. I'. Itrown were Hung wuter pull mUeil the neuret busy. Ilostou I'venlng i ... . i Traiurrlpt. any ter. ,ew sum worm. III two minute b Inelii-o- , week-enI Willi. nil ! tnte.Ms of relative" nt there nil not a i bli'keii lllile and Keren. Thought (er the Day. To Remove Tarnish, A Utile hiler i'y pillTel nglliileill) ninny of us our time To iimil.li from silver, put Mrs. K. J. Itrown. of Stanford, win ut Ills iIn unit In the lune of hl unking eicuses In wonl Instead of one lnlileMHiiiful of l.otai powder In j here last week visitinir Mr. nnd Mrs. fiOohle nnker lllllilirilentil making giwxl In work. each iilnrl of water. I'ul In the sliver hl mind to Sar) itus.f!l 1. itrown. Hid bring to boiling point. WIm with "Siiimiier lMinnler" he mmrtid The Wiser Course. a flu mir I chilli, ll give a wonderful Mr. nnd Mrs. C. M. Denn and Mr. when IiIh IlidlgnHtliitl bml reurln-i- l the "The" AtrhUmi lihtb,, s.iv n yming (tollsli and saves time, labor and and Mrs. 11. C. Huhle went to Cin right plteh. ".Sniumer lMKtrder A was Jilted In Hint (own Ihe other cinnati Saturday. tf you didn't hule emutgh to do wllll-nu- t limn night derail!, he atwnt tilling Illy, lint In a enwd of them what a great man he , and the tiling Dr. nnd Mrs. II. It. MontKomery Ancient Welsh Custom. glrU nil' Kllrf enllaleil i lly dude I latly going to marry nnother man The Welvti girl give her lover a nml Mrs. J. W. Bryant, spent Satur- In unit on' Summer hoarder nutli-lwho l alwnvs ajlng what a great blrtlii-i- i brunch a n token that she day in Lexington. I nln'1 goln' to .have Yin trumpin' girl .he I. ICaii.it. rity Star. lictepl It Ml. lu Wale Itat. the May-m- e my grn nil down" Mrs. W. J. Hronildu entertained iil.ttiit width the villager ttanred a stnilglit 'ur)' liuiiith Visionaries All. nnd pla.Mil Joyous ;ninr wn always a number of friends nt a very enjoyline. "Voll needn't worr) Ihej won't' All I man clou J.tr the H.et ; all It n blr h. Tl.il Ihe hednen' was a able dinner Sunday And." a he tried ! interrupt. "It' nn dlviiie for the saini . ull l grtut for frit tn re o( Ihe vllluge green. Mrs. Rhodes Wylie. Mis Klhel Wy- - iiae to nrgue. I'y .Mnrril my mind l . Ihe hero; ull a un-- l Mil wralile. nnd tlie create.) gan f ull wn lo made Up' I'm g'.le' o bale uiuliier ugl) and huil for lie nnd Mr. Karl Wylie were Sunday the Iw-- e und ordld leal Hie Tkl tvlteii iHi.mler nnd I'm goln' to enrn m mill. The bin) lllilll rente nri.tllld quests of relatives nt I'aint Kick. wm celebratetl tt Is ti own unmet nnd I'm goln to buy what Id mi n pnnileinnnltim. ' "f llte.e midthe nrtl-- t un fe.tlvlllr rt.lld I like with II. There " Dr. It. C. Itose nnd Mr. Knu'lWi the eleil .oiil a I'nradlM-- , night marauding e4tiniHi mid Ihelr I'y ehunged lil turtle. Dunn went to Lexington Saturday to whlrh einh i f theiil for lillil-earcitiiMiiliig :ie. tame Ihe "Where )e goln' to git 'emV he alone We are ull attend the Centre-Stnt- e ball game. Xtulp.tigl night thm and eoITed. 'Yoll tlnn'l 'Mte MI) one In wltnt we m the eve of .Mav our e he ll thing. nml Dr. and Mrs. It. It. Montgomery Ihelr right mind would to till Aiulel. it art. h k held big' i wl and children, of Paint Lick, were plaie. il.i i'e" week-en"l Hint ." he flared. Tbsf. nil KUet of Mr. and Mrs. J. got p W ilrynnt. )oi know nltiMil II' alrendi nnd four of Vio' i iniini Herndon, of 'rned) Mr.'and Mrs. Lewi lie llnlheil. 1'iHlf glri." W 0. KIGNKY W. . U1CKKRS0N l.ouivil!c, were week-eniruet. of trluiMpli.nill) Mr. and Mrs. J. Ilogan Italian! at I'y ganil ill her In en nioullied for ii full hiilf minute "Pine Crest." -Well I .1111111" he.aldil.gu.lll Mrs. Mary Itnirmlnle. of Miouri, Then i lie freaking of came 'Tuesday for n visit to her nnd the ellrk of Sar)' needle were l SnbliHth brother. Me.rs. It. K. nml W. II. nil tll.lt broke the Swope und other relatives. fllenrf. hllllo-lInto I'y pntteeded to The "Community Shower" which M iMTfei-- t rage lie Hililenl Jumped wan given Thursday tuirht in the Mn to Id feet and Hred the hnmlle of Office Phone 18. Residence I'lituic X sonic Hull for Mr. and Mrs. Jacob I he orn-ediir -Holding It open, he s a very enjoyable aifair. glared bm-- nt tin- ,ibtlnae Sary Iturnsidc They wnli'l tn long I prnlule Quite a inniber at'.ended nnd the guests of honor rrreived a nice col- ye llmt'" be MlllplM-i- l Itnllg went the and lie Hot lection of useful present. gone UH chocolate and wufer were served. Hut .Monikit iimrnlng found him In n Not Always Helpful. of Mrnlicely nltered IiiimhI nt which Sarr Congrcsjumn Kalph (tilbert, Leeches Artistically Celtree. Malty a worm ha Hinted, only to Shelbyvillc, spoke here last Tuesday marveled Some .pet le. of leeflir found in "I I teen thlnklll." he eplallied. "I laiitl. nil the other aide. m. s.nith e night In the interest of hi campaign. are branll- - get It. f hrilli-tunno uiuiiier iMiardt-- ldeu' While he has represented the 8th. pretty but lid u lw' them two preit) fulls Fvette Turns Into Autos. giHid: district for the lust two years so ably glrl" picture on tie iiianlli-plMore '.nfeet of turn-- j eV he Hew It Looked. In Congress, he has spared no I ve been asked InniMently tlnwii I t the river," an- - Iter tin. hern nw. ni a litsle jear In f nliloiiiiilles and the maiiui' l In campaigning to keep his majority I little MarJ."v Sarj glniiieil ut IiIiii I. .in. I ,:IW a ' Statt .lie nan it Ihele and il invit three xnrina." truck in 'I I liuonrrow." "Tliej'ri- - etimtn and mid to his strength. His speech napped here was most interetiiif and instruche I'y nodded u Mllllet ll.nl Vail Had a "Dlind Sprt." ReVd Twenty Centurlee Old. enjoyed by tive and was gre.itl lnile toward the door. "IiimuI lib-have .. bl'.nd t i when I want to I'ngland's oldest road, which must every one present. He gave some nil." he muttered audibly. n he nu.wlung. I unn I see mt)thlng Is hate been made at lent '.( t interesting facts perfuming to the nfter out. went or In airnturn' nflrred against ago. run between U Inchestvr ami tarilf measure, also to Mime of the il.H.r At niNin Sary met him at the t I ' titt me a gnn ll. Tint blind Canterbury. other recent bills which have been with II letter V I a.) ll.iti-.- l "III ileal tf mnlli-he explained passed by the present administration. One Man "If frttui Johnny. l.i'e Baby's Big Head. Wedne-day." He was introduced by Hon. J. llogan "He'll .e home from college prnMirlliliulrly, bab)'s beatl Italian! in a mot pleasing manner. Tue.ilnj nrrtwd nnd with It the four time the sire of n man's. Aa JOWWIITEICO. Tneda evening Ihe man grows up hi head. In a relafour girl Imarder euitvtui. RT. tive measureshrink IttalUM ! tU7 lirted ii I'.ntillfiil iii.H.ti mid Sary ment i'iic, trow it tountil tin only one from ibiu U tnl.-e- d ) from the family rlrele i Lateral MseHateal Taw 1TE7 When he was riM veaate imm Imeilgniii.n elgbtb of Ii nine oYliM'k. iilHiut an jiifali tin a.iti.e in. iniiitim iit li.i,-.- l tlint Alliv lone of the irellv i.h (otirlh ol Ills stalure. Raw Firs clrl) wn nl" iillng. i'vidnnatli.n wen- - In order later nnd i'y rather llmt they bnd been guiltily tud.tlng iilr.fl..Miy Sun Minrted ronteuiptimuly 13 They ioiit bn'e found utroinim) Interesting for the) ktlldled It eui h until Sary hecmile night then-iifte- r deperntel Jealou und even the mult ten Johnny, who had urrhed Wedne-dannd linmetlutel.v fnllen In lore with Urine- llhe other of the two pretl) girl), noticed Unit seme-thinwu wrong It required very little Investlgntli.n , " to Unit the trouble, nnd .Inhnny look-IllArc you carryinj,' a "roll" of niom-- aroiind lit erring falher to tnk. your pocket V If o it is not earniui; iinythiiikr for "Why. sl.nl what, for Ihe love of you. Possibly it is licinj: fritti-rot- l uwav little liv S. S. S. the Great Build. r of .Mike, doe n I'ldeken like Alice nt' In little. and Rhr umatitm be nked un old duiTer like jour Must Co! Just Try II! TUV tlio lu'ttor way, tliu profitabU' way. Opi'ii lierM-l''SheV only iimil-lll- g liluilll) MiNm, t lnlrn.1, Itlinimatltin a savings account ami kci'p your money in this bank. Ml ut It' lis uiiahliii, lit jolir expell.e" turn-all rirrr It won't fritter, but it WILL earn interact for you. ami Jujr fur iu uuv tar ll- - flri lliw In (!y winked nnd nudged hi worldly IitI u jrar. I lubilmi vtuiolrrfiil iilnrjr at.im m vv.e nil I ii m1 ! hj lite fri iu ourelf. soniiy," he "Don't fiM.I m m Ium,i U. rn )utingrr I 3 i.uil ILluk ut tun ImtI.1. and lllliJ Ihry ihuekled, "Alice know whut hi' .iJ J tu hrr. I i)r ulrr la IU flu. r. t haiiu't atlit to il , (li t la loin." Tlietl the sor ilillie out. uiaur Frart. I ran think - S. H. S. f .r It u lUiii.- mii if Jjr and all' Tx um It "Ilut. gt1. dad' Vnu're npnlllng my lllwrty, llrutLvr uinl l..r P tuirr. llliiiner wild Unite If 'nil forte ilu tut Ium )iur esii-- l iklnL Hut nrallb, frr Inulliu an. I alrviialb areiw mother to gUe M' her boanlers.'' . Il U bvre fruiu )uii furrtrr! It U tut "linve u heart, will Juhlili) auJ ii. ir fur all of vol X. K. M l wall lug lu r i." TU.rn it a ini u l. j nil, iIjiIV' R r. K. will I tip ou. When rU Iwrrntu-th- e I'y looketl cre.l fallen. A few line uuuilM-ut Jrutir rnl bluud iel4. IL mellt he ileliheruled. Ihen urrendertl tullrv yatMii u,'lrrg"- -t a trriunuluH with u gtture of un IiIimmI ibaugr. ltTrrylblllj iI.'h-ui- I IIIkiJ wlibh l lulu in auffkli'iit "Voii'll bnve lu lit It with jour lit a .niif IUI of Iruulilr. tiiolher," lie litinelinted. "she'd never Ilbi uuiill.il It uuo U llitu. H. X. H. U lliu creat Mihi'Im Ifuuh r, blnud.tiulldrr, Itelleve toe never!" 4 PER CENT PAID ON TIME AND SAVINGS ajr.lriu strtuutbmm nrlnlBratur. It "I'll Hi, II'" Johnny iigrrcd. Jov fully. tup. .kin iru.tliu. tuu, 'luiilr, DEPOSITS. . evening, from Ihe liiiininixk. 'llmt arur. Imllt, iiuuii, It l.ull.U up run duwn, llrr-- l u n sail wumrii, lull-fle- s Jnhliny und liruie wiitcbetl Ihe two ciluilluu, uukv tlie llnli flriucr. wa)lng side by side on Marl il. H. V. luiUr II U I.I at allilrut old the vemndu. aturra In slsrs. Tlx largrr slu- U lb uotii evvuuiuli-jJust like we'll In- - when we ret oltl." whispered Johnny, u he wUeesed Iter maktt yau WE SELL TRAVELLERS CHEQUES PAYAILE "Score anotlier victor) fur baud. IN ALL PARTS THE WORLD. mot her." ! 'S. 8. 8. it for it McKobertt "And one for mother'! son." imfl! For information see G. SWINEBROAD, . d Klch-mom- Ti Hid .(llt-iik- all-c- r. gig-gll- liti-um- e Hrrotu-pINhtt- l, . lf ! fiir-iili- -ll d l'e d r r W. 0. RIGINEV & CO. peni-efu- riM-- Funeral Directors and Embalmers Lancaster, Kentucky. dir ' '. .isiisi m-e- -- II l, Rheumatism No more mmn tnlifel This Bank Is Worth ho'lely g Money To You. fivm purjace, mother , f r' n . liUrL-Lini- l.. liM-ke- CCC lu llll The Garrard Bank & Trast Co Of fttl DruaT Store." nulled Ttracsj. The Central Record, Lancastet, Ky.. Thursday Nov 9. 1922 WATER TAN KNOW 2 23c US 1 BOARS Bred In Old Kentucky Buy n DIXIE BRED BOAR to cross on your Krade sow and watch the results. Don't take a chanre - jet a DIXIE narantuo -- IMPORTANT ITEM "I xlrte ! rnrr H IXI aafttn will Gasoline BUY FROM kuwt mnallM lMw.buiiiimwuulittiiui Jm r iw.OMaa,y, llackacht, Rheumatism, Lama Hack, Kidneys or Madder, Whea tuBtrlnc hwa rr Unhcalthful Mud Puddle Which Affected Stock at All Times Has Been Abolished. CONCRETE SAME PRICE as DANVILLE and LEXINGTON MAKES Bt6 CHANGE with every hoar. ""FOLEY HIMETMUS Tonic in Act ten Quick toGlvoCeod Kaaulta IS BIG RUGGED FARMERS' PRICES. FARMERS' BOARS AT The day of the iinilchtly, unsanitary mud hole wiiter I link In I In- - barn lot I a thine of the pnM. MAUKSKURY LANCASTER, KY. American fariiurn, who In the old I ilii)" .trtlCSh'it lipilliM the worn! Mu- - f r Tom I'nynttr ha pneumoncomllt lent In Hit- - rate of tl Wr ia flMk, toilay hae aiallnl.li- - for their Tnr nfant of Mr. nml Mr. i tin- - inot modern chrfatrmnl Jam? ' llroailun hat Do night Always. Among Those Present, known In Ho- - Imllillne trnde. , I ! I i r.ffl ' itl. 'ln atul nnculsh A water Innk-- often ronnldend of "lie Me prrtittcrs are nllu roiiml on Mr J!m Turnt r wn nt thr bcHlwlr he In. heap," ptillotophlicd tup o" Tli heart oHI cheer thee, of hi motiiitr. Mm. Turntir kit old a minor "li lall In fanu eiulmenl, I wronc for Uncle Ned. "ttit If It want fo1 ilc rrM when thf pain's furc't now reeocnlied an an linNirtant , pleasures sake, 'lien mit thy rains. f u dere'd be n heap." Item In the liealili of fa nn Mock nml . tht farm iK clIpalil". f Stum-MetMr. Pitt Tin- - pleaMirv Mmii ill part tin sin re. few .Mmtttownrtli. maln n I'ormerly truiKt of Mr. Itjrti Uam tor place for Great Woman ind Great Empress. day. Kermt, lerinln and niompiltuw, the cite , It was Alurln cmprc of l mini puddle which MUa Uaw of OttUni. U yMtine! of the Few Will Admit Idleness. Herman) (I7IT ITNl) who mm.Ii the I t.nlli Rummer and Wirl, urrtirilliis to my feellni:, I as brthT, Mr. Bmmnt Limit nl affected Mink he sMitlealy clean, winmemorable words, "I want to me t my dry ter now can (!ol awake." When dylne he rcfuteil tnurli uf a neccMty to a man n enllnx Mr. Low:. and Minllnry. ami fin Hnc Kxcu thoo who (In tinth- a dM? of opium ('arl)le ajn of her nM Vrtar Letirl Kmrmn I.onk Principal Rtqulremtnt. "Mho hi tiii)t hraxr, hleh anil pious, IliK ulilrli In u M'lilhle mull mil lie While the principal retltrcmi-i- t of a vn 700 potiMi eaUlc l raited wrk. MM imiicliio tlmt lliejr beautiful ii nd radiant with irood nawater Innk I of niiiire. that It he ft r pon! n ilollIB i.liethltiC Tin' world " ture; though of a temper that would watertkhl, Mtnltntloii nml pennnnence n man who l at Idler In Mia OU Deollii. of ll.'raa Collejr. easily cittrli fire. rrhup no nobler nlo mut - iimliliTed. t'oncrrte lil own mn Humboldt. wttli Ik woman ll til " tht- upt-rtanl when pniperly eontnictnl fill, Mr anH Mn. U T. DiMlUn. retiulrementa at a till nil of tin Mr Ityle laatu mi cttllml to Lftch-- j rn'innlii- - nrt tiwt, with pnictlnilly no Upkeep ipi'iii.e. on arcaunt of th' ilwith of hi Any farmer run eontruct a water Thurlny r mother HiIn the two' tank oliHllHrheto the one xhown IliMme-- . uart-tt- Miai: Tht- - Danville Idtllire If f.J..B thee Dixie BROS. A J. Stock SANDERS M. AMON, PROP. Farms. Any Farmer Can Build Divlec Similar to Ont Shown In the Illustration If H Will Fellow Instructions Glvtn. ' We Have Forced The Price Oown Show your appreciation by giving us your patronage. Crown Gasoline Quality Guaranteed Polorine Oil First Class Work I bin To, Mon-.1.1- im-t- l j j ( CONN and CONN LANCASTER, KY. ANOTHER LANCASTER lilii'' i Thi-n-ta- i hr . CASE per X.iel, near Kirkaville, Sunday. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. T. Hill and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Jenhini spent Sunday with friend at Ilee Lick. tt tnt .c nt 11 evrV tt n'h.t t Tnt, it wn. TP SunoViy frHinc ThHr nnt- - tloni.. The form, wlil Ii IhmiIiI preferahly a enjyod by ttw audium-- . inc Mr and Mm. Ilirlitt Dunn are ho of iiiii'Iih Ii mHterlal for a larce lank, ilioiild he wi far n tko arrival of a little m.iIiIi liofore Hi nriil work l tn- rrjoiein viaitor who nwently tamv ti thir tuii. then oxi'Ntation l mmle l..nit horn-- . onK or - eoiu-ri'l- e one fiHit liHow- Wedding Invitations UTir.t ! Tow O'Htmm rwwnUy oll t hi farm rontaiaini: Clay WaHir. of pt-- r acr. Mr. Cowrtjify UiMtir Hirt! ' for tti-l'- 0o ' little larger than the prnpo-i- il tank. If the ite In not well drniiied It limy In- - well lo oirnintf a little il. er A Ikim- - of cinders or zrinel U then n t- nn the croiind line of an j j limipcit into place nml upon It a bed Crrtaimr Vilillt-i- l i more atont.il it i r- ro-- " t ' ' l t limn a ii cmrrallr tlun e)i.ei-"iiti- i nl tun) n r "ur. v" ntvt 'r Cheap niiery n..rk Ii ftl- - Althln JMUnjiUa Uz Mrjr ccoi l l irdtllns tnrttstlen? protlit of mnrrele iihont iv Inches thick of a niven at. muititv of one part of cement, two th Silvvr Ta Uit Ttm-l- tir r of snnil iitnl four pari" of the home of Mr. OnmpImM, of Ur, craiel N laid. anUvillt-- . on a the concrete tint liar, Itiino. Taylor, of .Stimfiwl. wh.. i n. tw' M .I inii n . lrf"vi TlwniiHori i it , - It Proves ThatThtre'e a WayOuttor Many Suffer.ng Lancaster Folk. Jim another report of a care In LancaMor Another typ.cal caso. Kldr.iy r,ltmeiiia rtllcvid in Lancan. ter with Doana Kidney I'illr. Auk i.ur neighbor! e W. II. Conn prop, of Kar.iKe. St., laiicahter. rays: "I had 1 look trim bin villi my kldnrjs. JVinn Kldne Tills and found them I could take. 1 the bcM had typhoid fever before that and I 'rniitde with mv had moro or khlneya. I would Rft ipell.i of back nn lame In my hip. I ache nn could hardly Mixip over my back hurt lo I henn'. i Kteat deal About I)oan'i Kidney rill and mado up my mlmt to che tliem u trial. It wan t lone after takitir Ponn' until I was rid of th.. tioiibi. Slnco then I have taken .i few- ionn' whenever I have felt my bark cettlns weak and tney fiatc nh.'nya Htrnifhtened mi? up In D.m-llll1 - Announcements have been received of the arrival of a ion to Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Loni; at the home of Mrs. l.onsr paronU, Dr. and Mm. Wolf, in Xicholavillo. 1 It It t J h.-- i t - i... v i; 'a Peculiarity. wlm. The tuoinent i,8 in ' turo and imike no e.Tnrr tr.au drowning. , i.i- rutitiliii water I Mtj .Mi Kni . i i dlxo- eie l!ere lansht" ! writer elnliin to hard "I'lenl electae." It rims: Mtn t 'jot. li- t" who ivould liu VR how he uw el-la.- '. I Kor.d shape" fior. at all .i nlets ro Mfru . nuff: to. roM"er-Mllbur- i v. aiii; fc Jt. Ulin, to utrona; n. ! McROBERTS DRUG STORE tnnal - Mf r.nJrnvr.M ond tationcrj J.oi'ISVII.I.K Mr. ahilLMM. Jim Turner Delia Mjm- - Turnor motwrod M ! BUCKEYE ' Miss Mary Kurtz, of K. C. W., Dan-vilspent the week-enat home. d e, Ciiriete Use ol Ginseng. The jil.ou root of the ctnseliz dant I uwd hy the I'lilneso as finid nml tmnlli-li.e- . Sieelmeiis rOMcuildim; ! the human i.Hcii command their of supHied welsh t n i,l. occult ilrtilev Neither specie- of sti.M-i.huweki r. - considered by the uny ocudeiiii.l p)iAiciuns to lie u - . incton Ttirfier' Doolin it Saturday wothcr. KaymttMil n. five other Colli-ai- . n'ii.'inal iii:illics. tue to Duan, eeH-- viit K i Complete line of Samples at Me.r. of Hert-r . Mr. nml Mrs. Hugh Kurts spent Monday with relative in nrrodsburc. Mr and Mm. Louis Noel, of spent Saturday with Mr. and Nlchn-m'Villc, PLANT THIS FALL FRUIT AND SHADE TREES SHRUBS The Central Record turn tht- - OlTice. tetvf foot DanvilV mi-M- to witnmia BLOOMING Pnytr. Mi.ro iIiIiik ri' ttuiu IliU .:'. iltiHiltii of. WliiTt-fur- v, li t lliv ilw like a fomituln fur nit- - nlglil itntl ilii). I'nr lmt uri tlmt mm lirttrr tlwu Jiti ir itlilii Hi liralii. tiourltti ii MlHl llft tii-- I, ilii'y lift not lianili If. kimutii uinl of irnyT IhiIi for tlifmM'la tlni mIhi mil tliitu frli'inl) I'or ixt tlx', ulioln rouml cartli U oiory wity iMiiimt tiy trolil rlmliiK iiIhmiI tin ft-- t of iol Mruutit tiy tni)rr cil - Divorce Caiy Matter In Aium, In Axouiii tin- - "I'tiiMi who llrot of lu r Inmliaiiil mill jirofoM inmttirr rail tuT tiurlwnit In y lur. Tlir li iIomii iiml Imio a fr.i-mithat, ami ln offM Mm u Mini money In for l in- Imi.IwdiI lu r fn-oli- i' tlicn Hicka til rli.tli. l.l moiif) umt '! 'i . ilnja Ma miiy 'U inrt. In .1 it i lllklli I. not ,i .( . .liotlllT a but tills llll't In tin' Alfntl TVnii) mxi. "minrt ,.miii. 3 WW I . I WaV aaW - "V This is a warninjr simi anil railroads. All throiijrh lift; thosu at emiiiKS of highways sij?n.H are posted, anil you cannot fail to ei? them if you hut stop, look and listen. When adversity hits you it is too late. Put your surplus cash in our hank ; add to it as you can; establish your credit and a reputation for honest dealing and mectlnjj your bills as they come tine. Conduct, your affairs in a business-lik- e nnerthat is the way to heed the warnings. ma- Sanders. K SMALL FRUITS i J m Kyroa, of Chknuo. Mr and Mm. Forest Stapp, of CRAPE VINES lancnsti-r- , were quests of Mr. and purchnMil a farai of U aeren fr m Mr. (uoritf SfcwiM for $IS00.Ot). Mr Mr. HukIi Kurti Sunday. EVERGREENS ite itxt Hyrw will mM tut Ui Mr and Mrs. V. K. Whittnker and PERENNIALS uprine. ;son upcnt Sunday with Mr. and Mm. In fact, everything for Orchard, Iiwn Mr. anJ Mr, t'arma emmr ilea. Marsee, near Lancaster. Concrete Stcck Tank. frmai I.u.HUn to att. ml laat Hubert Calvin Price arrived nt the and Garden. Our Illustrated catalog nuM-crim year most the mtotinK nmr'. wdcht. the furio- - for Ihe walN of thes 'home of Hex, and Mm. J. F. Price this book Is the Issued completeSouth. In the ever of tfcotr dauah- - lank are pill in place and the Tht-ar thf Nov. 1st., weight O'-- i pound. made at raidl) hi oxll.l.-- . Is free for the asking. ter. Mm. A. J. Kico. Mr. and Mr. Charlie Grow, and It rieh itilxture of concrete, preferMr. (iordon Doty, of t'ortun, came ably one fam-lII. F. IIILLENMEYER & SONS, Mr. Joe have been visUwir f one and art "f home Sturtiiiy to tooixl tvoral .lay. and family at Ilryantsville. part of mux! and three part of Blue Gran Nurseries, A Kuant waa ht ami killml on the or broken utmie, N iinil fur Kentucky. Mr. and Mrs. Oll.e anil Lexington, Hocic put on which Mr. Doty had been IliU work, nnd enough help and daughters, visited Mr and Mm, Jns- - ainilable k should Inthat the fvrviiiK. bet waa fortuHotnly riianpNl entire wall can he i nlrmtcil In one to another pot Uie ovenlin; before. eontluuniix opemiloN One uf the moU tmiiu HallowVfn In order to make tin bottom waterby the It. i.irtie ever wat glvon tight, lh" Inner form iiniild not mt TueMay rciit'li to Ihe com V V down in Ulre' heil lirt laid, but andj u i Mooaret. Ilower Uice pip hoiild he left and u to iqilal In the layer of rom-retThomMn Scindvni went atwaj to he con party U prere for thuir coming, j thin hlioilld he placet; n tliiHi.iii with the concrete In the wall The location aoloctod was a little val-Reinforcement Needed. ONE PRICE TO ALL ley nlmoai MirroiiHdotI with hich r.K-Iteliiforeins l. of iniirw. ncce-rThe friNgcd with w.ll, ami It U wHI to nine thl li..ide "I." iuttinir waa idea!, rwrryini; tun the fbnpeil and net In the roncrrli- - n that thought of wltrhtM ami gfcoata. Thi the Meet extelnU Up into the willli'. briKhtly cast the IUr lienl nt a rleiit uncle MomM aUn burainir liro ahadovta about, addinc to the weir.! he phuiil at Hie cornern. with iraii:ht extending hurlionlall in the m-of the jtlaro. 'ITii- rowaindrr of rod the party arrived at lx o'clock t.n.t eiiiN and MiIck of the tank Tliouirh not tdiewn In tie illiMm. FOR were enchanted with the etrl love xetnent he or six tlon, n concrete lineaa of the acvne -- The wirty brintr ftet wide Hroiilid the Innk U ililrahle inif with them chicken, apple, nutv It can be cum ninilWy mid innde HEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN principal not le than MX Inches thick of a wa etc. Mr A. J. Itice chief, aimiitutl by Mn. Krnet Goney. I J I mixture. I The aupper wat rooked in the natural UNDERWEAR I oven SWEATERS HOGGING OFF THE CORN PAYS anil waa creil at ellit o'clock One of It wat enjoyed immuntoly. DRY GOODS HOSIERY the mint enjoyable feature was the Plan Regarded as an economical Cattle or Sheep Clean NOTIONS Method; witcho booth, where the lads and Up Much Left. j !aio had and the bachelor eirl their fortunes told. All were well of opinion aumiij: It Is the iniiM-nt GROCERIES pleaaed with what was told them. farmeM that hopslns orf corn p.ijs - a merry Kroup, iiiK They departed QUEENSWAKE TIN WARE and this fact In lrlio out by results ell, which wa aoon lit most of the agricultural exivre InK their aociety brought to n atop by the contending incut stnllon. Should you hae pics and allfklnds of which welclilnc aroimd lis) lbs to turn In with irate, rail and liruali the plr to tho corn, )ou imii KITCHEN AND DINING ROOM (SUPPLIES had been put across the road by to calii a jioutiil a day or better when youngsters, fill a pound of Miorta or it halt iuiid of tankute In iiddlllon to corn liocced With plir-- i of tlds sire In hos off .Mrs II, W. wk rU till-In- one-hal- l'l.-rr- ' n-t- two-liicl- tloi-knc- The Store of Quality 1 ' - SHOES j ' ' i cx't CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK. 'Burns and bniiM? MENTHOLATUM kcoola and htajV. xHnmmmmmmmK off corn, they can lo exMVtwl In consumo from lit ii to seien xutidt It Is nn economical of corn dally. uiclhnd of hartesilus an area uf corn and If not kept In too late In tho season, tho rattle or hetp will clean cut tuudiud up much of Ilia hy the liomX Kin A. H. , Bastin & Co. Campbell Street. Phone 34 Lancaster. Ky. lae The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Nov 9 1922. REPORTS ON WEATHER HELPFUL WITH BEES RlaitHaa PsImms KATES i Single insertions Ir a word ad taken for lea than 20c in this column. No ads In thl, column charged. Seven Intertloni for the price of Ave. Phone orders mutt he paid promptly N'o j , Attention Auto Owners Buy a I Notable Success Achieved Wisconsin Beekeeper. by il I1S1 w stove. - Enabled la Ascertain Whtn Condition! Art Suitable for Lata Flight, of Honey Oatherers In Lata Autumn Month,. Otath In tht Bit Smarm. Swartulng bee rellleil iih.u n nurse Let u make ynu n new lop and nnd driver at Tnmwjr (Meue). llir able curtains or repair your old ones nre w.i, atung o il.nth and the iaan before winter tune. Call u for es- urn) not recorrr. timate on work. Today", WIm Word. (lO-'jrIt) llaaelden Urn. Oarage. "(liven n cooil enofc, n gool flsufe, eimhI temper nnd a goot! Imuk account. :ind a woman ran oiilmarry all Slightly worn for wumrn anil chil- the sirens of song, story and history." Helen Itimlnnd. dren nnd girls school shoes at the old llrummrtt slnnd, near the Garrard .. Shoes! Shoes! (l'lKf1 ' I absolute satisfaction. These stoves have extra large fire boxes. They are handsomely trimmed with nickel and are easily kept clean. Come in today and let us show you their many splendid features. OUR HARDWARE WEARS Have you ever thought of the money and fuel thnt is lost in trying to get the proper heat in nn old stove? Why try to do with a makeshift? Buy one of our new RANGES. You will soon save it coat in coal. They are perfect baker and will give you Weather rvNn luc.l !) tin t Mird Stnte Department ..f Agriculture have liy u been llcd with notable succe Two tlwcltintr homes FOIt KKNT Wisconsin beekeeper In the bundling W. J, Unmans for IHJ'J. (It) il lce In full u nil spring. Ily keep lug In lom-tllh tlit hiiI oHice nf t FOB SAI.K: llulf Leghorn roo. tlua weather bureau nt Milwaukee he i Phone learn when weather I llkel) to le I ter. .) Mm. Hubert Carter. mllil for lull Might of bee I In lln full before the) nre put Into KOI! SAI.K: Ktey Organ in good winter ipinrtrr mid fur early release ' condition. I'hone .'IMMI. In tlx spring. Mm. H. F. Broadm. Untie) hce develop d)cliter)' Hllil j Ml-i- l it pdi If kept In the ' other dlonlcrs -- Only line too lone In winter. Till l due I HUltltY! S,ns',,n few more of my 'on''' to the fuel that Ihey will not void their fere while In the hive It In, I sin Hit lied roteM left. Theu Currey. therefore luiMrt unt In shorten the 1 (It-pdI b) th l'nlt.1 Malta IwpartmaM at Asm. ullut I Llh th. Noli. Tobacco Warehouse. I Jud Tunklna sats every man Is en- "The Home of Many Shoes." titled t bis own opinion, but moat of A. J. Thompson, Propt. us would rnlher get Into an argument 028 7t. pd.) than enjoy penrenhle xiselou. Wahlngtoii Star. . Farm Loans Made by I.ounville Joint Stock Land Hunk, organized nnd operating under the provisions of the IVdrral Farm Loan Art. In amounts from I'J.nou.OO to ,3r.,)U0.00 On im- Doctor Johnion on Rraien. Mr. )hi nr.. giving a reaxui for It; hill Hull will lio make It right Yon limj hate ii ten-- .. why two uml two should make live: but they will still limke f.Hir Or Johiium. 1 f""' P ' WALKER BROS. Min. . 1 of McCrcary spent Sunday with Bee Hivti in Good Location fJITV I ... I j ncnry 1.uuir. i air anil .ir. tt !ng a in ich n vaon of Mr. d Mrs. James t routcner. of wlJ( ,, visited Mr. Mrs. Boy Prather mf ni ,,lli;,rf (r,.,. r Lancaster, were Sunday guest i S, Brown Friday afternoon. nm.U which Jlolman lnc A,.iitt Ut- - Jm tannery. ,f .1.. nlt,.r Air .1,... w,r. ..f N'.n,.. wn. the Mr a il'Htiins ii. -- ! A. M. .Merida wi a recent in.li 'i ! .alter Wednesday of Mr. and Mrs. visitor of her daughter, Mr. N'oah flight Jut before housing William Steel Thi iiplnnrt l.a found that he run Sebastian and Mr. Sebastian Mr. and Mrs. Kmmet Huffman and eipeet a atlfuetory temperature for '' Mr. and Mrs. Itnlph Nelson I.nir. hildren with ll lnc l.ftwein Nueinl.er S and No- spent the week-enworth, of Somerset spent Sunday with 1H prai'tleally every jour In iterea relatives. Mr. and Mrs. James Laps ley Yantis. n reeent ailtiiiiin there wit" ueh lem Mr and Irs. William Walker were o.inl r 17. A- - the ollietiil Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Jim; Mesdames A. M. (Hrdler ami Jas. peniture was for tnueli colder weather. YantN were Saturday afternoon foreent Kuson. of Lancaster. ,,t ai- - he lmllv.il hH lnw November lt. The Mr- - aml Mrs- - Mil,,temperature dropped sleiollly nml Miss Mary Brown, of ilryantsville.i fuf'u 'f ley. ' reaiiictl sen. tieceuilier 1. 'Hie inuiitli pent 'the week-enwith Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Cinder, of Somerset. of December was the cobl.- -t In Id Mrs. (leorjjc- llrown. u .t iioug was the past week-en- d guests of her )enrs. mher Mrs. T. L. Yantis has returned foreenM-- . left th Ws out until Mrs. Jnme, Yanti and Mr.! n visit '.vtth Mr and .Mrs. sister. nome after j about the middle of December with Yantis. Albert Phillips, in Corbln. r.nlflt.L iluiiiurM Mrs. J. , , ,,, ' Ur(, h were i Mr. and Mrs.. Kdd i Haker. .... Mr .and Msr. Wm. (5reen .... i t ... i. ..i ihimt umi ..ir. aim ..in. Mxirnn fnreeMt April announcing tlml the . sitors Wedn-slanij:ht of Mr. and Walton were victors in Kichmond following day the temperature would Mrs. Wm. Lane and family. j he Monday. for night. He t the Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Graham and jm that night, and the following Mrs. Z. T. Hice. of Kichmond and W day the temtierutlire went Up to .1 Mrs. ( arrie Davidson, of Iincaster, degree and the bee had a "glorious were guest Friday of Mr. and Mr. cleansing Might.' COMMISSIONER'S Wm. Sutton. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Foley and M.ss' SWEEJ CLOVER FOR PASTURE . SALE OF LAND Malinda Taylor were Sunday guests' of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Foley, of! Unnial Plant la Excillsnt to Us I in Rotation Acrt Will Furni.h HraiNhaw Mill. CARItAKD CIRCUIT COUKT Ce"' Ft and Mr. and Mrs. Steve Sutton .State Ban): of' Kau Calhe, PlaintirT, Vs. children, of Fast Garrard, were six farm(.fii foiU ir b,,.n. (J. C. Hose. Defendant. ..clock diner guests Satunia of Mr.' Mun). wht hW,.rt t.,0,pr a1 ,.x,.,.e, Pursuant to n judement rendereil and Mrs. Henry later. pasture plant to ue In rotation, Smile at the August Term. 1U22, the under-tixneMr. nnd .Mrs. Wm. Whittaker, Mis-e- s have sinccisfully used a rotation of Cummitsioner will sell nt pub-ii- c auction to the highest and best F.thel Harnes nnd Laverne Whit- corn, oat and sweet clover. The sweet bidder, before the Court Ilouie Door taker visited Mr. and Mrs. Newt Grow clover plaliled with the oat.s, lives over the winter after oat harvest and. in !ancaster, Ky., nt 1 o'clock A. U.. of Pleasant Hill recently jr thereabouts, on come in the uext wnaon. Where It .Misses Lucy ami Nolle Turin r and Is Miceerilllv etlilh.il, It Is found I MONDAY. NOVK.MHKK J7th.. the real estate mentioned In the Anna Mae Kidd, .Messrs. Orenr Whit- lluit all acre wilt patuie a cow for' pleadings and descrilH'd as follows: taker. Dave Crech, Hubert Flaiu-rya whole rasxi III a good Mveet (lover h The undivided interest of And) and Klby Mnupm were visitors .i tlcii. uud fuml-- li her an ulnnnluiiie ( (J C, Itoie in the following describof fti'd. lu thl plan the eentluls fori ed land, subject to the life estate of Sunday of the ''Barnes." Mlcie with aueet clover are to Utile June M. Hose, .iilow of (i. II. ltoe: Mr. and Mrs. It. H. Ward and three Said estate is located in Garrard sons, Mrs. C. It. Henry and children. the land enough to grow red i clover well, plant lt poiiinli of rilled County. Kentucky, 7 miles North-wewnt clover wed to the acre nod of Lancaster, Kentucky, being Mr. and Mrs. W. . Clark ami Masvvli.re neither sweet clover non a part of the Camp Dick Kobinon ter Karl Clark were visitors recentfarm and bounded by the Lexington ly of Mr and Mrs. Milton Ward and alfalfa has been grown previously.' and laincaster Turnpike and hy the Mr. Tom Ward. Permanent piioturo In some ectlons Lexington & Danville Turnpike, and ma) Im ImproMil by (hi treatment . .M Bthel Hendreii an.i Carrie ' Unit Is, hy limiting the piTiiiniieiii ' he lands of Yates Hudson H, I.. Ilur-:on and Dr. B. C. Bote, ar I contain-- ! Sutton. Meirs. J. L. Suttun. Frank pasture uml placing the pasture In .. .1 IIIA mutt ...r .. .. ... .... ...m-- Shiinks mwl Steve the rotation, as suggeted by the farm-- ' Si. id land I now in the in., hiiiii (f era who liuvo irl.il ibis plan Mrs. Jane M. Itose, the widow of G. Miillin were royally entertained Sun B. Itose, being a part of the same day at the home of Misses Carrie,; ' and deeded to G. B. Itusc by A. B. Maud ad Beulah Yater. EXHIBITS OF CLUB MEMBERS! Montgomery, recorded in Deed Book No. 'Jit, page Garrard County Various Products Which Boys and Daily Thought. ("lerk'a Office, to which died refer- Girl, Crew or Prepared Displayed It I" tl.ft mind that makes tlir man, nee is made for a more specific de at Many Fairs. scription of said land; the said G. C ml our vigor In" our Immortal soul, Ovid. Ruse got title to said interest in said 'iiltry, MitatiM- Pig. bread and by the will of C B. Itose, re- mimed vegetable and Incuts, uml , page IUI. Flrtt English Duke. orded in Will Book ' The Mb- - of dillie. the lilshea! order other prtMliict which ho) ami girls iarrard County Clerk's Office eiirtdli-lu extension liub grew or The purpose of sntd sale is t satis- (if the llrllUI. peerage, vviis llrt fy the debt of the State Batik of Kau .'CI7. in nml the Itlack proire, fnlhmliig deuioiistratlons Uy (faille, Flurida, for S5.000.0U with n of IMwurd III of Prliiee. the count) extension workers were shown i at the rate of six per cent per , the llrst duke, limh-- r the In 4..tsl exhibit at community fairs annum from Oct. loth.. lfl'J. until title of ti duku of Cornwall and (l.oai ovlill.lt at county, dMrlct, paid, subject to a credit of $37.'. 01) and Mnle fair lnt )ear, m cording paid on the interest on April -'- 1. Iti'il lo reports to the I'nlled Slates Doit costs herein expended esti- and Beware pnrtiiient of Agriculture. nated to be $1 7.1.00. We potitively will not permit fox TKKMS: The aalc will be made on n credit nunting or hnnt.ng of any character INJURY BY JAPANESE BEETLE A six and twelve months and the or tresspassing on our farms. Any urchucr will lie required to execute violators will be Foliage of Many Fruit and Shad onda with approved security for the Trees Damaged by Immenae J. S, Schooler, Kdgni Price, W. A. payable to W. II. viurchase price, Number of Insects. Commissioner, due In Price. Joe Criicillia, T. J. Price, It. Brown. Master respectively L. Klkin, B. M. Lear, It. - Barker mx and twelve month The Japaueso beetle waa much mora with interest at aix per cent per an- It- F. Parson, Marindu Lnngtworth. num from date until paid, having the J. P, Bland, Atkins uiH Moberlcy, abundant aduring the prevent season, wider area. Serious iluiu. and over force and effect of a judgment upon which execution may Issue, and a lien J. J, Sebavtlan, W. X. Moberlcy, age lo thr foliage of many tree- waa Davis Sutton and caused by the Imuieiia number of bee. will be retained on the land until the Forest Calico, ties, especially fruit trees and certain purchase money Is paid. Hughea Bros., M. B. Turner, It. I Matter Com- - Arnold, Kit Baker, J. A. Scott and varlellea of shade tree, according to W. H. BROWN, the United Stale Department of Agrimlssloner, G. C. C. W. T. Worn! and A. U. Doty. culture. Theje was Important Injury Lublnson k Kaufman, Attorneys (Other names will be added upon to early fruit, partlcuarly early apples for PIIT. (tf.) sad rarljr peaches. the payment of 25 cents) Cupt. Am Bourne, AucU 'J BwHSLiH hhhhhhb' aaaaLaSav , FOIS SAI.K: One jool as new, n Notice m hereby given that a Hand Vacuum Floor Cleaner; two has been lodged in the Garrard Sw niMiK, Coal Oil I.amp; three the ettabllsliment Kiectru I.nrht Flxtu:e. For infor- County Court (tf.) of a coanty road frm White lack mation tall nt Kecord tlllce Hke to tKe Copper Creek Hike thru InMne n Dan-- v the farms of FOI! SAI.K:-.- My Jll. Creesh, John Clark. Six rooms and all con- Mary HIkmIus and Jas. Morgan. i avenue. fer ences, hirire jrnrden, lota of fruit. TW petition will be corestaiereil by A lre It. C. SeMotdur, tiie Cwinty Court on the regular (10 7t ) lancoster, Ky. Court day, November 27, I IUVINK STAPP. Hunting Cook Stoves, $to to iS& Garni rl County Itoad Kngmeer St..e. $1.00 to $U.0U. Stove pipe, (1 mI hods, lioofiHR. 11.80; !.'.!, 10.t; tire shovitis Set, and other Wisdom Oitplaytd by Boa. It l the liahlt of bees to place tUir hnc just a cheap. J. I!. Mount & CemiMny. honey In the riNilet plare In the peU-tlo- Compoiltlon of Dust. of particles of riirlxin from sinnke. fragmenia commission to pay. of wool cotton nnd hair living organ-Ism- s For full information address or and Unci) divided mineral matcall on Tomlinswn X-- Hays, Atty's. ter. All are contRUtlr rat Into 7t.) the air anil llici -- Up through erarks of houes nnd settle. After billions of partlrles have fallen, wo say the tpoir proved farm lands. Interest rate, l per cent. Terms M years. Payments on amortization plan. No Itit Is made 11 (9-2- S Notice Is diltv fr 1 '.. "Vulttlilc.-Th- e etyiiiuiog) n( "Y)le'- - ewelHsise-I- ) prove the pnmn origin M IM ifea-aold I'hrUlmaa rmttnu t lbs Yule fetlvul. The f.stM 1 ilie MH CikI Thor alwn)s eel. limirtl in Maimi ilaja at the Inter nAlir w lermul Glul, the slgiiinrMt walrli waa ate. and of this wont nlr la n nt tihe hive, nnd the young FOI! SAI.K: My awwe at Mc-- ( wannest. lneet In the reary, Ky.. with four acre IiihhI houe, five rooim. all l'sessi4H) oUtkuildlHss. Itefare January Vt V-- it ptii Knowlcrtnt Man Claim. .Men will talk t.r little il.mr and n or thins h if they knw what 1M., 1PSS. tlilno were liule wind what ihlnrs Mrs. ..Myrtle Wearrei, were great l'hlllls llro,ik of kind. dMlHi-tl- the Start. rerentl) found that photographs of stars ilowil to the sllth magnitthle or dcgriv of brlclilii.- -s nil be taken In broad dayllrht. o that aatronoMtleal phobvnipby no longer N oiihri.il to I he olrht If the stellar phoii.Kniplia ate taken thrwuh a deep ri wn-eii- . llw tRr appear It lm iMen in-e- tl Photographing ir'" nefnry d - , d - F II SAI.K: To the highe- -t der 100 kom! stock ewe, one to live yeam olil Sale will he hel.l at Lioyd's farm on Crab Orchard pike. : ,. v.,.-. "'"'""i. lots to ml. the t .'tC si'.iri' Soi l in suit Hir. Carrier & Drown', ( J"ie Auc' til J2t I j lod-enil- ,.i, - har Why Moses Wii Anient. itinsvuttve ilav n Note receive.! bv n New York tench. than foiin.i-A rain r "Kindly einilKite my son !sve one of whuh l a rain da) day is a day with .(it In. r more of from being one nggrlcnte day absent For why hi mother Mng sick he had rain (an in. Ii of rain means lilt A partial drought to milium In the houe sn tons to the aire) of mote than is e.nc utlve kindly a.!otfy him for not coining ! lmn the n.au ratnfult of wlmli de onee tlav .i who.il" -- Minton Tran. r .05 J sot evrt-.i- l day script What Is a Drought: Aecorilin. to an utllelal drnnltl.m whlrh haa leen III Use among meteor-ologlafor over thlrt) )ean, nil ilrought Is n rliM of more ts IJN l"'"! '' t 1 sail-fact- or I . i AUCTION SALE I ,, d 1 will sell for P. C. SandcM's and Company, . onc-ixt- -- I Thursday, November AT 2 P. M. th. m-i- 1 ie. ,....,. I !( on the grounds, rain or .shine, their farm of M7A acres, 4 J miles from Danville and G. miles from Stanford, located on the Lover's Lane Pike, and known as a part of the George Kngleman tract of land. It has a three room tenant house, and has as fine a .spring as there is in Lincoln county, with a concrete basin and a large concrete water trough. -0. Hug-lan- - Hunters This land is fertile, and the crops will show what it duced this year. For further information, call on pro- I- B. F. FOX REAL ESTATE AGENT DANVILLE, Capt. A. L. Gates, Auct. - KENTUCKY