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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): September 15, 1921 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1921 cen1921091501_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): September 15, 1921 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1921 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE CENTRAL RECORD. THIRTY IICO1I0 YAR LANCASTER, KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON. SEPTEMBER 15, 192 1 NimitR 14. meeting held In Cincinnati Friday mornlnit by the officers Uit Cincinnati-Lookout And director of the Highway, Mountain Air Line alled for the special purpoie of route from the official to Nicholasville, either by Stanford Danville and Harrodsburg, or thru Lancaster direct to Nicholasville, it almost unanimously voted that the route ihould come through and Garrard county, the delegation voting aolldly for did, McCreary, the direct route Garrard and Jessamine, leav. Lincoln, lag only two dissenting votes, Boyle The official .ad Mercerthe county.Is the result of road routing of moral week hard, but friendly Ma, between the countlee of Doyle asd Mercer on one side and Garrard The and Jessamine on the other. matter wat practically cinched when Garrard aont a delegation of nearly one hundred of her bet citizen to Somerset two week ago and plainly demonstrated to all thoio delegates that Garrard county wanted this road and wanted It bad. It also proved to them conclusively, that If Garrard county got the route, they would build the road; which she n going to do. The Tennessee delegates came up to Lexington last Thursday morning and were met by cars from Lancaster and Nicholasville and theydele-gatwith all the Kentucky were driven over the routes In dispute, leaving Lexington at nine in the morning, going through Lancaster ami on to Stanford. From SUn ford they were driven to Danville and on through Harrodsburg and Lexington. Owing to the lack of time the delegates felt they were unable to Uy any one jlace long enough for the cars passed through dinner, so t.aneater, each machine was furnish-e- d with a basket of lunch, contain-in- g all the delicacies of the season. It was the Intention of taking the crowd to HaU's Gap and spread the lunch there, but at the earnest of the Danville citizens who bad met the delegate! at Stanford, it wai decided to go to the Elk' Club in Daaville where the delightful lunch was served and a hearty wel-o- e given by the people of Dan- U. When the meeting was called to .nier in Cincinnati. President Hen- drielu, told all- - th delegates present and votlag. that all business transacted at this meeting should be final and If there was a delegate In the room who was not willing to abide by the decision of that body at that meeting, they were at liberty to with draw and shoutd do so. The Lancaster Chamber of Com merce wa represented by John M. Farm, while the interest of Boyle and Danville was looked after by Mr. J. A. Cheek, Mercer county being well represented by Mr. N. U Cur rey. All of the gentlemen gave short talks in favor of their respective routes after which the vote was tak en to decide the route Anally and Danville Now the conclusively. Messenger comes out and plays the baby act and says the matter is not yet settled and says; "The Chamber of Commerce, of Danville and Harrodtburg will, doubt-lestay on the job until this question is finally decided by the Road department, as there Is not a chance In the world for the Federal Government to approve tho route as adopted by the officer of the Association." The oriitinators of this road had but pne thought in mind when the project was started, and that was for a dlrrct air line route from Cincinnati to Chattanooga. The "wool waa not pulled over anyones eye," but on the contrary, the eyes of these directors were opened and they easily saw that. Lancaster wat on th DIRECT ROUTE being by actual measurement, 12 miles nearer from Stanford to Nicholasville thru Lancaster, than through Danville and Harrodtburg. At GROWERS BIG COUNTIES "THIN GRAY LINE PIG AND POULTRY LANCASTER WINS FARMERS MEETING Last Reunion Of The FACE RUIN Are In Line For Burley CLUB EXHIBIT Route Through Garrard Pool. Set For Saturday County Endorsed By Says President Of KenGallant Old Soldiers Drew Intense Interest tucky Bankers AssoCincinnati-LookoAnd Woodford Join BourOf Dixie. And Admiration. bon, Carroll and Montgomery Judge - L. County chairman, ciation. Announcement from Savanah, Ga THE PRIZE WINNERS Air Line Officers Walker has called n meeting of all Per In PlrJfinf ut Fayi-- I- Seventy-fiv- e IF PLAN ENDORSED IS NOT Cent Or More To Market Association. Says Bank Are Behind Movement. m Lan-easi- Ten-ness- er Nicho-tasvill- c, president of the Kentucky Bankers Association thow that the bankers of the Ute are heartily endorsing the plan of marketing tobacco, by the following letter he writes Hon. Frank T. Login, chairman for Boyle county: "Receipt is acknowledged of your Inquiry addressed to me as prudent of the Kentucky Bankers' Association, relative to the attitude of the bankers of Kentucky toward the Bur-le- y Tobacco Growers Cooperative Association, and In reply thereto I beg to advise that the Kentucky Bankers' Association at its meeting in Louisville week before last unani mously adopted a resolution approvmarketing plan ing the being fostered by the Hurley Tobir-c- o Growers' Cooperative Association. This action peak for itself. Without question the bankers ofKen-tuck- y are firmly behind the movement "It is my pleasure, and I made a point, to talk to a number of prominent bankers from various sections of Kentucky during the convention upon this question, and I am pleated to ,ay that I found everyone of them enthusiastic over the movement, and I feel safe in saying that those with whom I did not talk are just as enthusiastic. Naturally, there may be ome exceptions, but I believe these exceptions are vry few. "Personally, I feel that the cooperative marketing plan, if carried out as now contemplated, is the one great salvation for the tobacco grower of Without some the hurley district. concerted action upon the part of the farmers many of them will be ruined. On the other hand, cooper ative handling and marketing of their tobacco can nd will bring them out of the whirlpool of finncial distress. "The farmers should not hesitate to Join your association for without doubt the plan has been sufficiently tried out with other commodities to prove It worth. The bankers of Kentucky should not hesitate to Indorse the movement and to bespeak its merits to their customers. The prosperity of Kentucky depends upon its fanner and he is the one the bankers of Kentucky must help. The Kentucky Bankers'- - Association means to advance the farmers' cause all within Its power during the current year." Hon. Claude D. Minor, Heroes Body To Arrive Saturday Mr. E. J. Young, of this city has received word from the department at New York City, that the body of his son, Fred Young would leave today for Lancaster, arriving by L. & N. Railroad. Arrangements are being maJe for the bunal Sunday afternoon, to be conducted by the local post of the American Legion. Funeral notices will be distributed later giving the exact hour. -- st Foot Ball Poultry Culling Demonstration Here. For The I'lans are being made by the County Home Demonstration Agent, Mill Joyce Syler, in cooperation with the Extension Division of the Culling Demonstrations which will be held the latter part of September on different farms for the purpose of showing fanners and their wives how to tell the loafing hen from the heavy laying one. According to Poultry Specialists, d approximately of the hens on Kentucky farm molt during July and August and stop laying the following spring. These loafers have certain characters from the heavy laying hen. Farmers from different communities will meet on a certain farm in this section when Poultry Specialists from the College of Agriculture will assist Miss Syler In giving the demonstration. LoafeU sr.d heavy Uying hens will be selected and the farmers and their wives shown the difference between the two. Circular will also be distributed and the process of culling explained in detail so that the poultry owner can return to their own flock aad eliminate the hen that aro not laying Watch for time and place which will be announced later. one-thir- Joe K&Yftnuf h Resign Mr. Joe Kavanaugh, known thru-out the State at the best revenue officer that aver invaded a moonshine till has resigned and return to his home here. Mr. Kavanaugh baa made a moat a Meat officer and received many Mfk honors for the valiant deeds that he committed. Mr. Kavanaugh atated that he waa undecided as to wtt kiwintta ha would take . With both Woodford and Fayette county joining Bourbon, Carroll and Montgomery their 75 per cent quota of the tobacco crop pledged to the Burley Tobacco Growers Cooperative Association marketing movement, workers for the new marketing plan have Liken hold with a vim to put the movement over the top In the other counties. It Is conceded that the success of the marketing movement in the big central counties will have a powerful effect in bringing the outside counties, which were strongest for the old pools, into line. The campaign is to be pushed from now until the closing time fixed by the organization committee, November IS, but counties which have obtained their quota will continue the who It will be. campaign by personal solicitation of all growers to join, with a new of Smith Remains having a large an acrrge as possible in all of the counties. Some optimisLocal Church. tic leaders of the movement predict It is very gratifying to the large that before the pool closes In Novem ber ninety per cent of the growers circle of friends he has made ince his assignment to the Lancaster will have Joined it This week will be a busy one for church, to know that Rev. Price T. the county organizations and speak- Smith wn returned as pastor of the ers. Monday Congressman J. Camp- Methodist church here by the Kenbell Cantrtll spoke to a big crowd at tucky Conference, which closed its Brooksville and James N. Kehoe. ex- - esslons at Somerset last week. The congressman, banker and tobacco Conference voted to meet at Hargrower, addressed a large crowd of rodsburg next year. Some of the asignmvnts for the growers at Stanford, Lincoln county. comprises Mr. Cantrtll also has been assigned Danville District, which to a number of towns In Henry coun- practically all of the churches in ths section of the state are as folty during thi! week, speaking twice lows; a day, except Thursday. Danville District. C. L Bohon, presiding elder. . Bryontsville and Mt. Olivet A. Jones. Legion Officers. P. Rurgin and Moreland E. L. If The service men of Garrard CounI. 0. 0. ty are atked to meet at the Burnsido S. J. Bradley. F. hall in Lancaster, Ky.. Friday Danville J. M. Fuqua. night, Sept. 16th. 1921. at 8 P. M.. East Bernstadt R. Newton. for the purpose Of electing officers Gravel Switch W. K. Mackey. for the ensuing year of the Ameri Harrodsburg J. D. Redd. can Legion. High Bridge To be supplied. Lancaster Price T. Smith. London S. II. Pollitt. McKendrve S. W. Dean. On Evils. Middlesboro W. K. McClure. (Georgetown News.) Perryville G. W. Boiwell. A united campaign against motion Richmond W. O. Sadler. pictures, dancing. Immodest "unSalvisa E. L. Ockerman. dress," mixed bathing, divorce, SunSomerset J. L. Clark. day baseball, card playing, horse Stanford E. K. Arnold. racing, gambling and violation of Wllmore W. L. Clark. prohibition laws is to be undertaken Wllmore Circuit T. W. Heeler. n by the thrty-thr- e churches of Under the Wllmore Quarterly Baptist Association, it was de- Conference: cided at the annual meeting of the President Ashbury College H. C. association, which closed last week Morrison. Vice President Ashbury College at Providence church, Woodlake. The Association is composed of John Paul. churches In Fayette, Woodford. Business Manager Asbury College Bourbon, Franklin, Jessamine and Gorge S Conant Scott counties. The report included Evangelist General W. W. recommendation of the General As- Bromley and Andrew Johnson. sociation of Kentucky Baptists, Evangelists J. W. Conference which meets at Hopkinsville Novem- Hughes and J A. MacClintock. ber 15th. join in the movement Stoudents In Asbury College C. against raco track gambling in the II. Ray! and - I. Goodrich. state. Dancing was charactized as "one of the most dangerous world-l- y amusements, indecent, .mmoral and immodest " There will be a meeting of tho Schedule Burley Tobacco Growers at tho School Season 1921 Mans 17th., atHouse Saturday night, Sept. 7 P. M. Tho following is the schedule for I This it on timo that tho Burley the I'm Foot Ball season for the grower havo an opportunity to tako L. H. S. The Manager. Captain and advantage of an unselfish leader and Coach have been working on this should got behind tfiU movement and schedule several weeks and have ar- gat a reatonabl profit for their to. ranged oneof the best schedules bacco. Thi method will be explainever. ed at Manse on tho above night. Tho local lads have two open Hates Every tobacco grower It most cordi and any number of attempt have ally invited to attend. been made with the Stanford High School to schedule a game but to the Legion Election. present time they have refused to Commander William F. Miller has consider the offer. issued a call to all members of the Sept. 23rd. Junction City II. S. Heldal Sanford Pott of the American (Here.) Legion for a meeting tomorrow night Sept. 30th. Model High Schojl of for the annual election of officer for Richmond. (Here.) the ensuing year. Oct. 7th. Millersburg Miliuy This should and doubtless will be Inst of Millersburg at Millers-bur- a great occasion for its member and we sincerely hope that every member Oct Hth. Nscholaivillo H. S. of this patriotic organization be on (Here) hand and participate in tho selec Oct 21st. Danville High School tion of these officer. (Hera) Garrard county Is proud of thi Oct 28th. Open date. Pott and proud of every olid of Its Nov. 4th. Versailles High School. member and they should show their (Here) Interest by attending all its meetings, Nov. 11th. Lebanon High School. especially so Important one at Is call-e- d (Hera) for Friday night Nov. 18th. Open date. Nov. High A secret la Mt a teeret to. a wo 23ni7 Harrodsburg School. . Hei.) man unlets she can find some, on to ,. Cloa of icaaoa. WUItto, v t. the growers in the Lancaster Magis-teriDistrict for a meeting In Lancaster next Saturday afternoon. At the same time the growers in tho Brynntsville Magisterial District are called to meet at Rryantsvllle. The.? two meetings arc to be the most Important ones to be held preparatory to the final drive for signers to the Cooperative Plaa of marketing their tobacco. It Is up to every grower to see that every grower attends one of thee meetings, that Garrard county may go over the top with her 75 per cent quota as has already been done in five other counties of the rtate. Judge Walker nsks us to state 'hat a prominent speaker will address the farmer and growers of Garrard county next county court day in We will he able in next week' iue to state just nt that the Confederate States' Veterans hold a reunion in 1923 In that city, it will be the last gathering of the men, now dwindled to a "thin gray line," who fought with Lee and Jackson and Longstreet, hat a touch of tho pathetic. The "thin blue line" I seen in public somewhere each year, but the relative numerical weakness of the men who wore the gray Is against their chance to Imitate In public gatherings. There will be no reunion this year, which seems to be interpreted at meaning that If the gray old veterans are brought together again it will be for the last time. The At Election Of men who wore the gray in that bitter strife which drenched the South with blood and filled the hearts of the people with bitterness are historic figures, with the men who wore the blue. The active generation knows of them mainly through reading of history. The thin little line which today Is all that Is left of the gallant hosts that went Into battle behind Lee and "Old Jack" give the world a perfect picture of the strength of human character urg ed by motives that were high. Men never fought more bravely, with more desperation, with less solfishneM, than the veterans of Lee and Jackson and Longstreet. Had they thought more of themselves and lest of the impulses that urged them forward, that gallant gray army never could have lasted as a fighting force for four discouraging years It seems a pity that they should not continue their reunions so long as there are two bent old men to re present the thousands who are gone. Ami how heroic the last warrior should be to the people of Dixiel Owensboro Messenger. Berea's Enrollment Largest In State. Berea College is the largest Institution in the ttate giving collegiate clegreecs, from the standpoint of resident students enroll ed, according to figures gathered at Lexington. Uerea last year had 6S4 resident students, degrees Western Kentucky State Normal with 1,827 resident students waa second and Eastern Normal, Rich modn, was third with 1,498. The University of Kentucky wat fourth with approximately 1,300 ttudenU, although the university had enrolled approxi in extension department mately 1,000 students last year, The University of Louisville wat fifth with 900. Enrollment during the year 1920 21 at other tchool reporting wat Asbury College, Wilmore, S00; Ken tucky Normal Industrial Institute for Colored Persons, Frankfort, 443; SU Mary' College, St. Mary's, 146; Kentucky Wesleyan College, Win Chester, 110; Southem Baptist Theo logical Seminar, Louisville, 399; Georgetown College, Georgetown, 300; Transylvania College, Lexlng. ton, 2CS. Although Berea had the greatest number of resident student there were only 253 i nthe college depart ment, the remainder being enrolled In normal tchool, academy, vocation al tchool, foundation tchool and training school. This college It in tended for student from mountain tectiont of five southern states and virtually all students are from those sections. Richmond Register. Baptists Plan Fight Elk-hor- I- Tobacco Growers Attention. The first annual exhibit of tho Garrard county Pig Club was a success from every standpoint, the classes entered showed fine examples of what can be done with pigs that are properly cared for. Mention of this splendid exhibition should have been noted in our last Issues but at the last moment before going to press, we were swamp ed with a bunch of legal advertising that had to be published in our last week's issue. Nevertheless the peo ple are still talking of the fine show of hogs and the creditable showing made by every entry. Mist Syler, our county demonstration agent it to be congratulated upon the succes pf the show, which menat so much work for her to sec it brought to such a successful conclusion. The Priie Winner The Poland China breed seemed to have been the most popular entries and won most of the prizes in that class. James R. Anion won the first prize in the class of Poland China' and also captured the first prize In the sweepstake class. This prize was a Poland China gilt, donated by San ders and Amon, who now have a large reputation throughout the state, for breeders of this variety. M. G. Aldridge won the first prize in the Hampshire class, which wat a fine gilt of this breed, donated by Hatelden and Aldridge. Second prize went to Pat Rankin, and was' a galvanized hog house, donated by the S. S. S. Lumber Co. 4 Hudson & Farnau. Third prize, $10.00 cash, given by Goodloe and Walker Brothers, was won by Hollon Hicks. Fourth prize, $8.00 cash, given by Haselden BrothSanders. ers, went to Thompson Fifth prize. 400 pounds of Pig Feed, by F. B. Marksbury & Co., Robert Gulley, winner. Sixth prize, $5.00, cash, donated by Garrard Milling Co., winners, Willie and Frank Sander. Seventh prize, $5.00 cash, by Conn Brothers, went to Wilbert MontgomEighth prize, given by Jaa, W. ery. Smith, $5.00 worth of merchandise, wat won by Duncan and Louis Haselden. The Poultry Exhibit Several nice pens of poultry were alto on exhibit and attracted much The boy comment and attention. and girl are to be commended for the Interest and knowledge the have shown In these exhibition, especially In the poultry, which industry U fast becoming one of the foremost in the country and the most lucrative. The awards in the poultry were a follows: First prize was awarded to Julian Elliott, a handsome cockrel donated by Mr. W. A. Ramsey, of Paint Lick; second prize went to Dorris and Maurice Bowling, and was a setting of egg from the prize pen of Mrs. Luther Todd; third prize was a $2.50 setting of eggs, given by the Central Record and wat awarded to M. G. Aldridge. Another Blue Ribbon. g. At the Lexington Fair last week the Blue Ribbon wat tied on tho eed wheat exhibited by Mr. Ika Dunn, of Lexington, whoo farm U in Lincoln County. This crop of famou wheat wis bought by Hudson, & Farnau for od becauio of it extra fine quality and purity. It Kentucky ha been tested by th Arffcultural tfc Experiment Station. Ball Tho germination Is 98 per cent and Alumni V High School. tho purity test it 99 per cant and It The first game of foot ball to be weigh 62 pound to tho measured played this season will be the one be buthel. tween the Alumni and the High School team next Friday afternoon on the local gridiron. There will be services at the MethCapt. Cox has been working his odist church Sunday morning and men hard since the season opened evening. The morning service will and he hopes to have a winning team be conducted by the pastor, followed who are putout of the twenty men Rev. by the sacramental service. ting forth their ever)' effort to make C. L. Bohon, P. E.TofDlnVine D'ls one of the eleven. will have charge of the evening The old men who are heartily in 'trict Quarterly sympathy with the local team have service and hold the lit Conference for the year. Let us contented to give the lads a work have a full attendance of the memout on tomorrow afternon preparabership at both services. There will tory to the game with Junction City be a surprise for you at the close of on next Friday week. morning service. Be sure to be ra will the 'The siiiuU;!;; is this preeenL be 25 cent and a large crowd should go out and root for the High School and encourage them from the very I am prepared to take orders for start. It will be worth the price of admission to see th High School trot any and all magaxlnet and would apout nt the fl,eld. led by their Captain preciate such favor from my fritad ltpi.'- Mr. Dolly Brawn. , .( in incir npw uaiio cms. Foot Friday. Methodist Church Notts Magazines. HL. L- - vi fthiTftmrtlfc'1111 M Ml win-.-..,- a ti- rY from.--v- . -- Hi smii in tmim .' i- ii -- ff utiiir t n jrnr .. A.-- ,. . jt.:. ..... . .. .. ... .. . i . - ut . Th Central Racord, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, Sspt 15 02 1 1 . 1 I Becker & Ballard L A schedule of thr pullet aales to be held under the direction of the i Collge of Agriculture during October November as a part of the poul- PLAN USING PUREBRED SIRES from try standardiiation campaign being conducted over the State is being Campaign Being Waged In Ksniss tc Replact Scrubs In All Clssses d'stributcd from the college to farof Farm Llvt Stock. mers and pouitrymen who wish to take advantage of this opportunity UTepwtil Ijr h t'nltt.l Hutu i to obtain purebred stock. mint if Asrlrultutr.) The The use if scrub sires Is online I schedule contains information show ing Ihe dates of 19 different county farmer of the Knnn'owcr slnte SUV specialsales, the kind and number of birds (MMI nnnunlly. say 1st if the Culled .states lpartmcnt to be sold and the persons who will t'f Agriculture. ! ttinti be in charge of the auctions at thr of the farms In Kunas are using purr places. Approximately 10.- - bred sires if any kind. Surveys werej various POO pullets Including selected repre Hindi In 'JO representative rountlr sentatives of th White Plymouth with result showing the nmnlx-- r of ranged GENUINE Wyandotte and Khodc farms using purebred Show Kock, Whitevarieties will be sold, ac from rUI to 11.(1 per cent. sires com ' Many Island lied cording to the schedule. Copies of (minifies and township reported ti In purehrcil sire In ue. the information m.v be obtained TOBACCO In one county surveyed there were culling free by writing the Experment Uy means of 11 poultry two townships In which not a single We want you to harve the recently held in Lexington. Ky. demonstrations purebred hull, stnllloii, ram, or boar beat paper ler"ULL." Graves county, farmers of that com was rfportcil. in several ft new you can receive Look t yourself. strong minded woman Invari where good purrbrvi! herdscounlle The munity not only learned how to tell were wHh each package a keek ably command)! attention, including found nelcldxiiinir farmers were still A man's appearance often loset a promotion for heavy-layin- g hen the loafer from the el 24 leaves el H'lnjr scrub sires. A large per cent of him. but alto obtained helpful informa her husbnd. the very lineal claaretle male offspring had N'rn sold to gn to paper In the world. Keep well shnved. To shave well you must tion on n number of poultry prob I have a good razor And ihving equipment. lemt with the remit that interest in this phase of farming has been in Whether you prefer the old styled razor or the Miss Mayme Lec llallard was In creased, according to a report from Dnnvillc Tuesday shopping. new safety razor, we have just the razor for you. County Agent II. II. Mitchell. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Gosncy were We have also a complete line of shaving brushtotal of 304 poultry raisers attend Hogwallow News. es, soaps and creams. were in Nicholasville shopping Saturday. which cd the demonstration The Depity Constable today w Genuine Kanawha Salt. conducted by Mr. Mitchell in co Come to US for it. seen taking the measurement! of Sile operation with the extension diviiion Iladion A Farnau. Kildew's track in the mud across of the College of Agrculture. Many Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hose spent the rond. So far as l known Sile ot these who attended agreed to cull the week-enwith friends In Paris. has not done a thing to be arretted their own flocks and seven of them Miss Margaret Hurt of New York for but the Depity say it won't hurt vill build new poultry houses. More City is the attractive guest of Miss A Scrub Cow It Net Worth Htr Kp. TOOK RIDGF.. tc have the track on file if anything than 60 circulars on the feeding an MatUicw Zillah fiawc. should happen. (Delayed) Mr R. II. Preston and daughter, care of poultry were distributed to other counties or state. In some conv Miss Amy Dawes will leave Mon Better flock day iminUli"! mi Hi tlie tiritilcr hod placrd Olivia and sen. J. C. spent Tuesday Thr Wild Onion school teacher interested pcrton. Georgetown where she will pun-lirrfor Mrs. Dillard Simpson m impreving night with V. G. and Tiris Preston sire on the farms of many are expected looked through the dictionary today over the entire enter college. neighbors, Tor th most part fanners Mr. Klmer Kay was a tsiter of .1. L&ataster. jnd to her surprise found several to result from t e .ork. Miss Martha Mitchell, of Hodgcns- - hate failed to nppreclato lh advan-tncMr. Abncr Bay Monday. Mr. Belle Walters and Mlsa Teh)-- i of uliig a purrbriil sire to ville will spend the week-enwith Miss Ida Mae Sanders, of I.aoeas-l- i a Walters, ef Jessamine spent the lb marketing returns from Miss Amy Dawes. r visited Mr. Clee Hay last week. week-enwith Mr. Raymond Bur-th- i thHr live stock. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Broadus and II ami family. Thee rondltlou. announced It. W Mr. and Mrs. llolxirt drew spent Miss Lett ic Ilroadus were in Lexing Klser of the ixtenlnu servliv, KatiMii. Sumlay with Mr. and Mr. Niwt Mr and Mrs. Klbert Burdette, of ton shopping Tuesday. State Agricultural college, are reM-n- n AlY DT HMD. Grow. Cincinnati, spent last week with his Ible for the nctlie tetter-slrcamMr. nnd Mrs. Newton Gosney, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Caleb Johnson sprat bsetlier. Mesars. Walker and Brad-fer- d spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. palgu nnw lielng wageil In W coun ' Burdette and families. ties and whlih will le extended to In Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Newtea Dean, of Nicholasville. ING elude all nnintli within the )ear. In Grow. Mr. and Mr. Meade Teater and Mrs. Kannte Iiryant has returned every county object lesons on the Miss Agnes Simpson spent the af- children and Mr. and Mrs. I. cm Teat-i- r SEC home after several days with Mr. and value of the purebred aire In Imprui of Lancaster, spent Sunday with tng farm lire stock an to e found, ternoon with Mrs. Bradford Hurt! rite Mrs. John Ballard, of Lancaster. Sunday. MCCARTHY Mr. ami Mrs. Kirby Teater. Mr. nnd Mrs. Sam Farley and chil and often on adjoining farm. Meet Ings arrnliciil by the county agent Mrs. Harmen Ray Is visiting htr The PLUMBEK Mr. Will Crawford, of Sulpher dren, of Nicholasville spent Sunday through the county fanu bureau ami parents, Mr. and Mrs. I.euls Mct'uU Wille and Mr B A. Duncan, of Mt. with Mr. and Mrs. John llryant. Hfjtiir, Roofing Im Icy thir week. ponord by the local Hebron spent a few days last wrek Miss Anna Mae Ilroadus, of tan- - prorement association Etc. are held on m ii Cntterwt. Mr. Ceil Walker spent Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Ike Duncan. week-enfarm ami the people attending caster spent the with Mr. 'hee Shop Phone 69. Lexington St Lancaster, Ky. night and Sunday with Mr. and Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Wm Whittaker anJ Mrs. W. J. Ilroadus and family. ee for thvtnselvf the dirrerrnce scrub sire snd purebred sire off- Bradford Burdette. about forty guesta WednesMr. A. T. Scott, Jr. has returned spring. ' Mr. and Mrs. Fred Simpson speat day in honor of Mr. Whittaker's home after several weeks May in County agent dlrecled by A. U Saturday night with her parents, Mr. birthday. The table was filled with Canada and other Northern points. Happ, the s!tant county agent evirythlng good to eaL Stuff The day Life. leader In charge of the project work. and Mrs. Wm. libel!. Mrs. Marshall Halo has returned y Mrt. J. N. Sherrow, of Bryants- - wat thoroughly enjoyed by all. Dr. Shailer Mathews, famous dean to her home in Hichmond, Va., after and asUti- by the ioclallt of the Thin is from an advertisement for one left withing Mr. Whittaker service, nre planning for In ville spent a few days with Mr. and short visit with Miss Mayme Lee extenlonfollow-ua typesetting machine, but it give ofthe divinity school of the Univer tensive work In thoe coun j many more such happy birthdays. llrndford Burdette, ' ties wiiere the rnmiwlgn wa a vivid picture of the newt that sity of Chicago, it one of the latest Dallard. romitict Mr. and .Mrs. Wm. Matthew and express his belief in the mission Mrs. Margaret Hargris and daugh ed. Akvofiatlnn are. being organized makes the country papers place se to cure; Babies are born. Little boys of the country newspaper. He says it ter, Miss Jane Caywood returned to for the ptir'xxe of advancing the daughter, spent Wednesday with Mr. in broad ties and little girls in bright ha an opportunity for service which their home in Jackson after a few cause of better live tock. Hull club. and Mrs. L. I Matthew. row club, calf eluh. pig dub. lor frocks have their birthday parties. will put new life into rural districts weeks with relatives here. Mr nd Mr- y"nd Burchil. clubs, sheep clubs, nnd stallion ao. and tend toward prosperity and con Lovers wed. Company comes. Folks Mr. and Mrs. V. J. Droadus, Mr, clatlons are In demand In every ml Ml!' Btt ,lo Prnl Saturday go visiting. Men and women grow tentmcnt. and Mrs. 15. II. Halcomb, Misses An- county. Ray i night with MV. and Mrs. Bailey old, droop and die. High land values, the market de-- , , No, the war did not make the na Mae and Lettlc Broadus, Messrs. M M k ,)uncan . ... M world safe for democracy. Too Arch and Walker Broadus, and JelT n.and for stock of good qunllty, ttit i , nn ;,r, tC P' The winsome maiden dreamt of the many of them of well breil, Halcomb, Mr. and Mrs. Gobel Hal- - greater earrdng are out of jobs. ' wi,B Mr'reten and time when she will marry :i million-airlard spent Sunday with Mr. nnd Mrs. stwk. are reinlhle for acllvltle In tyt for Thrs Cnr(lon I scrub sires In all das'efi ltv Ka4 Child Birth and as a mature woman she The fellow with a grouch Is the Vernard Hurte. j pun bred. Ith Mr. Wbert Chandler and longs for the day when she will no most L'cncroui of all men. He forces Miss Allic Mae Edward entertain of Madison, pent several days last longer have to break her back over, it upon you whether you want it or d Friday afternoon at a "Sewing GENTLENESS IS GREAT HELP week with Mr. and Mrs. Wm. WK! I a washtub. pot. arty" in honor of Misses Jane Bow- ' InL.r ling, Jean and Viola Hankln, who will Lots Due to Olotttlve Treubltt Ctutsd Dr. ar.d Mrs J K. KdwanU i. . TCli leave in a few days for school. by Esclttment and Fear Can chldren of Lancaster were guest De Avoided. .... Quite a number of friends were pres me 3aiLif M.iiMw WcdntniM) of Mr and Mrt Jami- j ei.' us siuutoco. Dim. ent and the hostess proved to be aiuu . The prartlenl value of treating Ihe ideal one. Delightful refresh stork kindly is llfnsed ty n Vlrglnln ments were served. live stock on iter In a letter to the I'nl Mr. Russell Brown was hostess at ted Stntes Department of Agriculture. LI most charming "SCO" party Sat "All cattle buyers." lie remark, "know-hogreat la the 'drift' In shipping cut urday afternoon from 3 to 6 o'clock. tie. Very much of this loss Is due to For working for driving. Made of beat ) For the occasion the house wan dec digestive tntuble cnned by exciteIn the living room dahlias orated grades of leather guaranteed for excellent service ment nnd fear Incident to travel. ' and gladioli were used, while the dinAn old woman who lived alone had kept near-E- l sold at close prices. A good buy every time. "Kiep all live stock ns quiet and ing room was very attractive in yel- make them a gentle as ly 52,000.00 in currency around her house for years. and tolble low garden flowers. Mrs. Ilrown your feeding costs will be noticeably She was afraid of banks. u was assisted in entertaining by Mrs. reduced, Try this suggestion with ;h Latt fall she became seriously ill, and E. J. Brown and Miss Sue Woods, of one litter of dg.. No, she didn't die. But when she went to look "It will abundantly repay any lle Stanford. The guests upon arriving Latest models highest standard of perfection for the cash it was gone! Fortunately some honest stock brroler." he adds, "to sind a were served delicious fruit punch. friends had found it while she was unconscious and great deal of time going out iiletl)r modest in price. Inch was also served during the among hi nnlmuls and letting tliem had deposited it to her credit in n bank. games which followed. There were make the ndvaliceinents. He will lie This woman has now decided that after all the two tables of "COO" and for those surprised how soon be can begin to put bank is the safest place, and, besides, her money is playing a very interesting "sew his hands on them. After they realize not not idle any longer. It is now earning 4 per cent ing contest" was enjoyed. At the his bands ore not to le dreaded the) for its owner. For working for driving for utility for (!) game u most ap will soon enjoy gentle rubbing or conclusion oi tne When animals are she) Let us put your money to work for you. Strictly O. K. petizing naiad course of sandwiches, scratching. hcesc straws and frozen fruit salad tered from annoying or exciting occur rencex they digest fii-- better ami It ere served. The highest score in takes much Irs In keep up nonnnl the game of "COO" was made by Mrs. growth fciid fat production," J. Hogan Ballard, who was presented For all purposes, and the best grade of whips on the ith an embroidered spoon roll. IDEAL FOfTpORK PRODUCTION .55 I Those, who enloveil Mr. Ilrnwii'a market. I!! hospitality and played cards were Field ef Qrtcn Com and Soy Bsani Mcsdamea E. J. Brown, of Stanford, Furnlihtt Supply ef Succulsnt and Nltrogsnous Fetd. ji'D, A. Thomas, Charlea Thompion, ij Stanley Herron, J. Hogan Ballard, IK Hojbeau riplnie high priced protein A complete line of accessories. Up to date in ltuth Carrier, Carrie Belle I Misses concentrates, and a Held of green corn Mayme Lee llallard. The .Romans, quality and the price remains down. nnd soybean affordi bleu I condition! . f ft St . h .. n ......... . .. 4 PER CENT ON TIME AND SAVINGS for pork production by supplylnlg sue He who sells for cash, sells cheaper. (Jtose and visitor, Mrs. Margaret rulent and nitrogenous feed In addl tmrgl:. of Jsckson, Alfred Swope, I Inn to corn under sanitary Iouis W. Broaddus and Miss Stella condltlitiis, Pojlteumi nuike bettri Mac Grow. Mrs. B. C. Rose recelv-et- l forage before the beans are full) the prize in the contest, a dainty matured, and frequently o farmer Ii LANCASTER, KY. box of handkerchiefs for having the Justified In turning hugs and sheep In Wo sell travelers Cheques, which nro good In to Iho corn either crop bin BRYANTSVILLE, KENTUCKY.' most correct answers. It wat one of maturtil for Ihe wiko of the forage iiiu uiuiuu oiaica unu uu lorciirn coumricB. the most enjoyable of the recent soeii'ii Ibougli lie may fcacrlflco aoim cial affairs. rurii nnd Doyau knsw you can roll ctartlttsfor on bag of lOcts words spelled the other way. MIm Flutie Belcher wai iten to nigh and look wishful at the post office this morning. Muit be ex pecting a letter. The Tlckvllle train came in several minute ahead of time Wednesday mornlnc it having run into a yellow jacket1 neit while pacing through the Calf Rib neighborhood. ! Jeff rotlockn la found out how to keep interest In n western novel nr.d that is to skip the most interesting chapters, then you can't tell how it is going to mil. Hat Harlow, who recently grew suspicious of the cashier of the Tick ville bank after seeing him with new neck tie on, and drew his 16 out of the bank, has put it back. Pullett Sale Schedule Being Sent to Farmers LIVE STOCK NEWS t)r. , lite-stoc- one-tent- h Bull Durham Graves Farmers Poultry Interest MAKE SHAVING Sta-tio- a LUXURY. BRYANTSVILLE d EH ; i , t live-stoc- k McRoberts Drug Store r-'y d d IMfsSF'Tr--- - i Limu hi i d The Of Country Paper's Power Kv-tr- p t j U"' c e, pMOTHERs' - in I'.vniEiK. i Harness SADDLES I 1 Her Money Was Bone I I I I a BRIDLES 1 1 I WHIPS I I ACCESSORIES S. 1 S. M'lf-fo- The Garrard Bank & Trust Go Thtf REPORT OF THE CONDITION Of Tli Cntrf Record, Lancaster, Home Town Paper Will Observe Special Week A nittan-wide Ky.. Thurtday, Stpt 15, 92 f 1 NATIONAL BANK NO. 1493. OF LANCASTF.lt, KENTUCKY, AT TIIK CLOSE OF BUSINESS ON SEPTEMBER 6, 1921. "Subscribe fur your "slitn up" but alto for emphasizing the service which the 10,000 and' Uankinic House J0"'" 7,000.00 more eoHntry weeklies, to siy nothFurniture ami fixtures ing of the small elty dailies, are 20.7H t.rtB tendering to community and natunil e.il r.uirv i with Itrirrvo Hank..... 4'J.01rt.0tl Cash In vault ami amount ilue from national banks life. 11. T.n.il of l. 10. outsideV ofanil 13 town 4'J.OIH.O'J The movement far a "home week" city or Check on banks located 302.112 was started several years ao by a of reporting bank ami other cash Item but at New York country editor He.lemption fuml with U. S. Treasurer and due 2,500.00 from U. S. Treasurer that time he was unable to itet the lecessary support for the movement $ 1 47,004.72 TOTAL Recently, It a succeu. tc make I.IAHII.ITIF.S. City, $50,000.00 however, It. T. Forte, Stlt paid in Capital stock who perhaps has done more than Surplus funjl any other one nun to bring home Undivided profits 72C.44 publisher the need of knowing iteterved for Interest and taxe accrued....... 41 to 12. Ill 1.145.06 current expenses, Interest and taxes paid.. I.e 40,100.00 their costs ami charging not only a -- Circulating notes outstanding 433.06 cost but also a reasonable profit if Amount due to national bank 4 483.06 tl.ey are to continue in business and Total of Items 21. 22, 23, 2 and 25 23l,58t.i3 give the small town its paper, launchIndividual deposits subject to chrck Total of demand deposit (other than bank de. ed i "clean up djy" for the country posits) subject to Iteserte, Items 27, 2H, 29, print shops which was so successful 284WM.M 30, and 31 that he put forward the idej for a 14 47,001.72 "home paper week." TOTAL State of Kentucky. County of Garrard. d : This was immediately taken up by bank, do .solemnly swear I. S. C. Denny, Cashier of the above-nameassocatlons, concerns which statement Is true to the best of my knowledge and editorial that the above turnlsh news and feature services to I'KNNi, Cashier. 'Tjeltef country papers, trade papers and Subscribed and sworn to before me this 10th. day of Sept. 1121. W. O. Witney, Notary Public. other agencies with the result th.it My Commission expires Kfb. 1st., l'J22. ration-wid- e participation In the cam Correct Attest J. B. Stormes paign is already insured. The In Alex II. Denny W. M. Elliott tention is to keep personalities and Directors. local matters out of the campaign Publisher in devoting space to it McMurtry. of are not boosting their own individual Mim Florence BUCKEYE tr sml Mr. business so much as they are the vSsited Tnllmtt Jvnkins and Mr T. 0. Hill. ciuntry newspaper professor In gen I'rof. Flteh. of Uncnter, .oral, with a view of bringing home Mrs. " Mr. Hiram Hay last week. Mrs. Martha Anderson. ta ,,r),lIe ti,e (iitffnty, usefulness and nrUy, Timothy nay ami .nr. im.y m.rr.u "i M m prtane of the .mall home paper d Rr. . un .ir. uancr iimi tiiu,.' 3unua Hiidton A r.rnau, URYANTSVILLE Begie and Miss Mr. and Mrs. Noel Msss Jane llarberson spent Satur(Delayed) day with her parents, at I'erryville. Francis Bogie ef Nieholasvdle, spent Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Miss Mayme Lee Italian! and Mrs vWtrsl her Sunday with Miss Sadie lUlston J. Hugan Italian! spent Thursday in ami Noel. home at Faint I4k Satunlay Mr. and Mrs. It. W. Sumlers ami Lexington. Sttmlay Mr. O. M. MorekimJ spent a few andi Mrs. l F. Ilrown ami daughter. itauchiers were guesV of Mr. relative at Mrs. 6. ilurke at Silver Creek Sun- lavs last week with mends in Miss Ura. are vtotmit Georgetown day. Harrodsbsiri;. Lancaster, Mr. Faul KllioW. of family Mim Verna Uay has returneii home spent last Wednesday with Mr. Cal Mr. and Mrs. Coo. Hay ami pent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Carl after several week's visit with her vin Hulett. grandmother, Mrs Wiley in Madison Curtis in tancaster. Mrs. U. S. Wayatt and daughter, Mrs. Meade Tester ami county. Mr. and at Ilerrn. snent last week with Mrs, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Kurtz and Calvin Hulett. family spent Sunday with Mr. and family. Mrs. L. F Hrown and daugh- Mrs. Herbert Whlttakrr. Mrs. V. J. Hogan is in Lexington , and daughter, trr attended the Lexington fair Sat-- as the guest of her daughter, Mrs Mrs. Joe Davis spent unlay. Mary Woolfolk. Mayme. of Madison county Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Barker audi Monday with Mr. Illrnm Kay Mrs. Jessie Oulley spent !a; week 1'reachine Sunday murninit at 11 son. Harry and Miss Dorothy Tipton! with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom o'clock, Sunday afternoon at 3 I'. M. of Danville, spent Sunday with Mr. I Irndrcn, of Danville .... and Mrs. Mai Carter. u n,ti,,,i j,,. and SunJay evening at 7:15. home after spending several days with her sister. Mrs. Mary Woolfolk. REPORT OF THE CONDITION Mr. Maurice Mutlins, of Lexington Of TH. is spending several days with his grandmother, Mrs. Nan Mullins. BANK Mrs. A. McGrath. of Kansas City, No. 2S88. Mo., spent Sunday with Mrs. E. H. OF LANCASTER, KENTUCKY, AT THE Italian! and Miss Mayme Ballard. CLOSE OF BUSINESS ON SEPTEMBER . 1921. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hutchison KESOURCES and children of AlannlU were Sun(ex. day guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. O. KenLoans and discounts, including rediscount 3)0I.101- .cept those shown in b and c) nedy. Notes and bills redlicountcd with Federal Reserve Mr. nnd Mrs. W. J. Broadus. Mr wing acceptances Hank (other than 12.95 IH6US8.77 Louis W. Broadus and Mr. Archiball sold) Danville shopping 1,770.59 Broaddut were in Overdraft, secured. None; unsecured, 1,770.59 Friday. secure circulation (U. S. bonds Deposited to 50.0U0.CO Mrs. Marshall Hale, of Richmond, par value) 01,140.00 Va Is expected this week to visit 11,140.00 All other United States Government Securities. 3,300.00 Mrs. A, B. Swope and Mayme Lee Other bonds, stock, securities, etc.. Ballard 7.000.00 ' -Banking House, 8,353.20 1.353.20 Mr. and Mrs. John Campbell, Mi Furniture and Fixtures Myrtle Campbell and Mr. Jake Burn 20,711.89 side spent Lawful reserve with Federal Reserve Bank lVt Sunday with relatives Cash in vault and amount due from na'lonal 19.212.13 in Flatwood. banks 19,212.13 Mrs. Margaret Hargrii and daugh Total of Hem) 9, 10. 11. 12 and 13.w Checks on bank located outside of city or town ter. Miss Janie Cay wood, of Jackson, 1.091.03 of reporting bank and other cash Items....... are guests of Mrs. Janie Rose and Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer and due 2.500.00 Mrs. R. C. Rose. from U. S. Treasurer 715.07 Suspended Credits Mrs. 0. M. M oreland land son, James Bourbon, Misses Amy and Zil 1 173,222.28 TOTAL lah and Mr. B. A .Dawes, Jr., were LIABILITIES. In Danville shopping Friday 50,000.00 Mrs, it. C. Rose entertained Friday Capital stock paid in 00,000.00 Surplus Fund.. evening at a .six o clock dinner in 13,520.10 Undivided profits 2,010.91 10,009.25 honor of Mrs. Margaret Hargis and Less current expenses, interest and taxes paid 49,500.00 daughter, Miss Janie Caywood, of Circulating notes outstanding 4.59 Jackson. A delightful I course menu Amount due to national banks Amount due from bank, bankers, nnd trust comwas served. Those present were: (other than Inpanies In the United State 2,014.71 Mr, and Mrs. J. Hogan Ballard, Misscluded in Item. 21 or 22)..- 13.00 es Zlllah Dawes, and Mayme Lee Certified check outstanding 2.0G2U10 Ballard. Total of Items 21, 22. 23. 21. and 25 200.242.73 Individual deposits subject to check (other than bank deTotal of demand deposits subject to Revenue 27, 28, 29, 30, posits) !00.2 12.70 and 31, Certificates of deposit (other than for money 55,208.00 borrowed) Ilillt payable, other than with Federal Reerve I have Bank (including all obligations representing 2 supply ofjust received the 45,000.00 money borrowed other than rediscounts) Other bonds, stocks, securities, etc 25.H72.50 lt.-m- s home town paper week" which will be participated in by this communUF.S0URCF.8 ity as welt u thouondi of similar rediscounts communities the" country over will Loni am! iliicounti, Ininclu.llmc c) li and $84MJl.Jre $24rt ,5.1.32I be olnerved Nov. 7 to 12. Th- - purcept thoie ihon 6.2 Overdrafts, secured, Nones unsecured, IB.'JI pose of the r.inipilKn is not alone Deposited to secure circulation (U. S. liomU par be to induce persons who nuy 50.000.00 value 011,000.00 sulxenber 43,000.00 paper to to the home Unlteil States Government Securities.. All other (,.,,,, CITY RESIDENCE AT PUBLIC AUCTION ... Saturday, , i- OGt. 1st, AT 2:30 O'CLOCK. .......... 3-- SJ. Sd On the above date I will sell to the highest bidder, the seven room residence on Danville Street, known as the J. W. Pumphrey place. I have just finished remodeling this residence and it - in fine condition and will make a good home for some one at a very moderate price. The house- has seven rooms and front porch, Electric lights, closets, good cistern, coal house, large high lot, 90 feet front. 200 feet deep, 10 minutes walk from the Court House, in one of Lancaster's best residence sections. Terms will be easy and will be announced on day of sale. Possession at once. Any one desiring to see this property can call at my Clothing Store and get the key. House is now empty, having just been remodeled. - Jas. W. Smith THE CLOTHING MAN LANCASTER, KY. A New York broker. 99 years old, We hone, however, that Washington conference will not provide for points to his great age to prove that would eating too much Is Just as bad as Mr. and Mrs. Alex Durham anil international degassing. That drinking too much. He ought to be guests of put our dear congress out of children, of Harlan, are the rich. Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Turner. ' I , MARKSBURY Caouln Kanawha Salt. Hudson A Farnau. CITIZENS NATIONAL Mr. Will Watkins and family, his brother, Mr. Watkins. of Lancaiter and lister, were gusets of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Aldridge Monday. Mrs. Lewis Thompson and son, Mr. Ted Eugene Thompson have return- edf rom Georgetown after a week stay whre they were on busines. FOR SALE Registered Jersev Cattle v AT HOOVERHURST FARMS ONE MILE SOUTH OF NICHOLASVILLE, KY. We offer at private sale 2 0 fresh, younB cows, bred heifers, voting calves and one elegant three year old bull. Mr. U Boemele Thompson, after All of these cattle are of the Hood Farm, Massachusetts a romantic courtship of about two strain, heavy milkers and good lookers. Prices months was married to Miss MargaCome and see them. Will sell one or a herd. ret Doty, the pretty daughter of Mrs. low. Mary Doty, of this place. The marEVERETT B. HOOVER & SONS, Proprietor. riage was consumated at the home of the bnde'.s parents, on last ThursTie day afternoon at two o'clock father of ihe eroom. Kev Lew.s Thompion in the presence of the im mediate family performing the welding ceremony. The brido was gowned in a blue traveling suit with hat and gloves to "match. Mr. Ted Thompson was best man and a brother of the groom, Miss Stera A short Doty, acting as brides maid. bridal trip whs taken. They wi'l occupy room at the parsonage f jr a short time when Mr. Thompson w.U leave to direct Comic Opera for fio American Lenion. Cotyrratutatian are being offered by their many friends to the happy couple. Ku-ge- .... ..... THE UNIVERSAL CAH The simplicity of the Ford car, its stability in construction, the famous heat treated Vanadium steel with its marvelous strength and flexibility, the low cost of operation ani maintenance, its case in operation, all have made the Ford car the great favorite in every land in the world. It's the one car that always satisfies and serves. A utility beyond question that all can afford. We will be pleased to have your order. Don't delay because the demand, is heavy all the time. We have.almosc everything in motor car accessories, sell the genuine Ford Parts, and assure the best in mechanical repair work. ....................... I EXCURSION ..... CINCINNATI, O., and return via $3.15 L. & N. .... .... ...................... Rubber Tireing $3.15 Haselden Bros Garage. not Interested in any car except Ford .. 473.222.28 ,4 TOTAI State of Kentucky, County of Garrard, si: 3 1 1.. U. uaviuson, ninier ui ma uuu.v iiumc-- u.n., uu u.vium. swear that the above statement u true to tne uest oi my snow I 0. DAVIDSON, Cashier. ledge and belief. if Subscribed and sworn to before me this 12th. day of Sept. 1921. Denny, Notary Public. S. C. My commission expires January hui, 1924. Correct Attest: J. J. Walker Shirley Hudson J. W. Sweeney Directors. Best Grade of Guar anteed Rubber and will rubber your buggy (Jive me a trial am satisfy yourself. Phono 18,. Sunday, Sept. 25, 1921 Special train will leave Lancaster 5:29 A. M., returning will leave Fourth St. Station, Cincinnati 6:30 P. M. Standard Time, (7:30 P. M. City Time.) For further information con ult Local Ticket Agent it i for $11.00. i i i I A. H. VANHUSS Lar.casUr.'.Ky Th Ctntrtl Record, LancatUr. Ky.. Thurtday Stpt 15, 1921 Farm And Home Newt "THE HUSBAND TESTMS GIVEN From Over Kentucky Questions Which a Wife Is Apt To Put To Her Spouse. Did you mall those letter? nlghtT Where were you What dill you do with the rest of bit your salary? Why did you phono me? Am I fat as that woman? Shall Why I Did you bu invite mother? thou seats for to you come home to din. night yet? can't ner? Whom did you run Into to get In tUat condition? Why can't I have a new hat? Am I a servant In this house? What time did you get In? If Mrs. Jones can have one why fneasumlbvGoId, 'f We tfieopcr Battery would be pricck5s"V can't I? Do you think she's pretty? Have I got too much powder on? Couldn't I have married a richer man than you? Would you marry attain If any. Recharqe and Repair all makes of Batteries CONN end CONN M. S. thing happened to me? Who were you talking to over the I hone? Well how much did you lose? Don't you ever notice anything? This is one after the wife has made .o me changes around the house.) Will you mind the children a while? Will any women be there? Does my petticoat show? Don't you ever give me HATFIELD Office any Phones Office 5. LANCASTER, DENTIST orir Tha Garrard Bank. J.J.Byrne Exclusive. Optometrist praise? Where did this blond hair come Resldaaca 376. from? What shall I get for dinner? KENTUCKY, When are you going to get some sense? Kans-- a Do you think 1 am a fool, City Star, COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF LAND GARRARD .CIRCUIT T. D. O'Hearne. VS COURT, PlaintitT. KENTUCKY. DANVILLE, Opposite Gilcher Hotel. Offic Fourteen culling demonstrations conducted In various communities of Washington county by County Ajrent R. M. Heath with the College of Agriculture extension division and farmers have been the means of tcrhlng approximately 128 of them how to tell the loafer from A total of 264 hen. the heavy-lnyln- g culls were removed from 870 hens handled. Calloway county farmers will give special attention to cover crop thU fall according to a report of County Agent J. II. Gardner. Community meetings' which are being held to acquaint farmers with the value of these crops in protecting fields during the winter have been well attendeJ, the report states. With 35 members out of the 36 in the Fleming county pig club entered in the pig club how this event was one of the features of the county fair recently held at Ewing, a from County Agent II. F state. All of the animals were in excellent condition, the win ner in the pig club show takng first places in their classes in open com petition. More than 180 CarlVe county have been taught how to distinguish between the laying and nonliving hen by means of eight poultry culling demonstrations recently held by County Agent It. A. Hens-le- y with the extenin sion dlvison of the College of Agriculture. An exceptionally large acreage of cover crops is expected to be plant ed by Union county farmers this fall, a report from county agent A. M. Allen indicates. Many acres of rye already have been sown in corn fields. Members of the Briar II lit Junior agriculture club in Fayette county are observing different methods of feeding and managing their pigs by vsits to different members of thej club. A recent meeting of the ciubi was devoted to a tour in which all boys raising pigs were v. sited. re-prfar-?me- youve Struck Right you Light a CAMEL d. Your taste will tell you that! For Camels have the flavor a$ul fragrance of choicest tobaccos perfectly blended. They're smooth and mellow-mil- . TASTE. And there's NO CIGARETTY AFTER- I cigarette. We put the utmost quality into this one brand. Camels are as good as it's possible for skill, money and lifelong knowledge of fine tobaccos to make a That's wny Camels are THE QUALITY CIGARETTE. Hour 8 to 12 and 1 to 5 p. C L J. IIMOLD1 .1. C, .!. Defendants, John O'Hearne, et al. Many injurious Insect pests Ui.it Pursuant to a judgment rendered in the Aumit Term. 1921. the under-- 1 hibernate in the soil or rubbish abjut MINERAL DIRECTOR signed Commissioner will sell at pub-- , the farm or garden and escape death lie auction to the highest and best'rom insecticides because of the r' Olllcd Over National Hank. bidder at the court Mouse uoor m;, 0f particular methods numb Residence Phone 3. Office Phone 27 Lancaster, at 11 A. M. or there- of attackng punts may be control. iJ abouls on LANCASTER. KY. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 2G, 1921. most easily by deep fall plowing :k the real estate mentioned in the cording to recommendations made by pleadings and described as follows: entomologists .itt he Kentucky AgriIn Garrard County Ky., on the culture Experiment Station to farWest side of the Lancaster and Lex- mers of the State. Wire worms, cut ington turnpike and on the waters worms, white grubs, or the young VETERINARIAN. of Boones Creek and bounded as folCall Answer1 Proaaatljr Dar o lows: Beginning at a beech stump, of June beetles, tobicco worms, army grasshoppers, corner to Hcnsley; thence with said worms, plant bugs, Nifht. Phona 317. Hensley'a line S. 85 4, E. 22.79 corn corn chains to a stake and fence post Just clover leaf beetles, and a large numKENTUCKY LANCASTER. below and one pole from two beech stumps, one stump standing on the ber of small leaf hoppers are the north side of said stake and fence prticular ones which suffer from bepost and one on the South side of said ing exposed to the weather by plowstake, a corner to Ed Bourne; thence ing. According to the entomologists on Boones with his line S. OH. W. 23.03 a study of these injects has hown chains to a stake (old call a sugar 5 miles tree, corner to Ed Bourne, thence that until some specific remedy is H. W. to said Bourne 33 A acres. with linecomer between X. 80Bourne discovered for each one of these farEd tiassing mers will have to depend In a large Good house, and Price Bourne at 0.18 chains; degree on plowing, clean culture, thence on same course with Price All in Bourne S.97 chains more, in all on crop rotation, and other practices as Plow ng is sale course 13.10 chains to a stake a means of protection liberal. near marked beech and Buckeye, perhaps the most mportant of these Cam- West side Beazley, standing on thecorner to of Price , be foIIoweJ proflubty tn said . - .. Ky. I lins Branch, a 5. 34tt, w. down Bourne; thence wmic ui mo .cnuu oi and with said Bourne, open weather dunng the fall and win side branch tr.) 8 chains to a point near the middle ter. Kentucky farmers have never of said branch; thence S. 68 W. 3.15 this method of control to the chains to a stake (old call a buckeye best of advantage, the entomologists j and beech touching) and the West Some is going to buy this this on Positively no fox hunting or hunt! side of said branch, corner to said say. Bourne, thence S. 1W, W. 51 links of any character or trespassing on' It has remained for an ordinary to an elm on West side of said our farms. Any violators will be. branch, in line to said Bourne and layman to discover the most effective . . . .L . prosecuted. in comer 10 jumh ucuncy, He hot him- for toothache. W. S. Embry, W. A. Price, T. J. leaving branch and with line to sald!remu,,y N. B. Price, Fisher Bcailey, N. 62, W. 31.29 chains to eir. Price, Ed and between three sycamores. Herring, Crit Meadows, Ansel Mea- a stake on the east side of O'llan- - r standing c dows, John Collier, J. S. Schooler, non's branch, and in line to Malcom rOintS Tor IOUng , . Beazley;' Joe Crisclllis, J. M. CriscllIN, Robert Aldridge and corner to said 0, , OhOWman lO WatCn Speake, George Conn, Jim Conn,. thence up said branch with said Al-11 chains, N. 33, 024, Henry Arnold, Marion Johnson, W.I dridge N. chain E. a stake on Westi More than 1,550 Kentucky farm to E. 18.90 P. M. 2 E. Whltakcr, Tom Conn, J. M.i side of said branch opposite the boy and girls are deve'.splng pigs as Meadows, W. T. King. John Rich,' mouth of u drain; thence N. 21, E. their Junior agriculture club projK Sam Rich, J. C. Conn and J. F. 4.01 chains to u stake, corner to W., of whch w, be lhow at to said Al- Nina. The to sell to the is Adams, R. L .Arnold, Mrs Victoria S. Hcnsley and in line Hensley up a Kentucky .State rair, September - on the premises dridge: thence with said Anderson. drain S. 7IU, E. 4.58 chains to a 10 ll, in competition mr wie incs stock of goods, fixtures, store-roo- m the dwell(Other names will be added upon stake in said drain. S. 12 H, E. 7.05 which have been offered the Junior chains to the beginning, containing farmers. According to specialists at the payment of 25 cents.) 105.1 acres. This is one of the a Agriculture, Johnny ing house on easy terms. (tf.) Purpose of this sale is to pay the the College of be reasonably sure that his pig debt due Berea College for three can Kentucky, in a rich in where fine tobacco is thousand dollar with interest from will win provided: Dec. 3rd.. 1920 subject to a credit She was sired by a large, vigorous crops in this good this of one thousand dollars paid Feb. boar of good type. 2nd., 1921, and to pay the cost of She ts the product of a stretchy of this action and divide the remains in this locality business a the unusualthe proceeds between the jont own-- 1 miw of quality. ers. She is being grown and not being ly fine. TERMS. fattened. will be sold on a The property She is clean when driven before credit of six und twelve months and to buy somebody is going to Come to this a the purchaser will be required to exe- the Judge on show day. cute bonds with approved security Her hair has lustre obtained by due In six and twelve monihs for the jutting a little raw linseed oil thin- known on (lay of sale. purchase price, and bearing interest at six per cent from date until paid, red with wood alchohol or kerotene -- Spectacles and Eye Glasses huving the force and effect of a Judg- cn it. She is trained to be driven any ment upon which execution may isKryptok sue, payable to W. II. Brown, Mas-te- r where, to stand with her feet well bivttabU bifocal lni) Commissioner, of the Garrard (.laced, her head down and her back Circuit Court and a lein will be reArtificial Eye served upon the property sold until uell arched. The unsightly hair Is clipped off the purchase money Is paid. W, II. Brown, Master Commisher tall and cars. FOURTH ana CHESTNUT, Assignee of E. E. Robinson, Atty. sioner of Garrard Circuit Court, She ha good pasture to furnish Lauitvillt, Ky. L. L. Walker. Atty. for PUT. Am Bourne, Auctioneer. green feed. Am. Bourne, Auctioneer. Admr. J. A. Beazlev Fall Plowing Will Kill Insect Pests. Camel Goods, Stock of Store Boom, Or. Printus Walker web-worm- Fixtures, Mill and ng1 House Dwelli- Creek from Lancaster, containing barn and grass. orchard. Terms Clarence Lancaster, Farm Attention Hunters FOR SALE at PUBLIC AUCTION Watch for bargain! one I ui at sale T T1 1 V.. ... Thursday, at bidder Elbert Whiteted store Central produced. The prospects for Sept 22nd, going AT O'clock undersigned highest and country best stands for farming country locality are unusually year and for country store are for get Southern Optical Company sale prepared bargain. Terms made GARRARD RANK J. ft TRUST GO. Whiteted, J. 1 m The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, Sept 15, 92 1 1 K,BlivUi Miss Lettie ltraaddus, of Bryant- - ifi nil, kr Mtcitit. "Hut, Lloyd, diu't you Ilk.? It? Isn't vdle, ami Misses Anna Mae and Llda II..uroauuui,- ui Iff .....ill- - were re It becoming" uysmiviiie, Atl(S) turned union I In Imltatlmi of nt viltor of Mr and Mr. Mlley the style-shom.mtilklns, displaying tlenxley. lo lla best advantage th limited Mri Cora Hurt (Jreen of Taint glories of her new bin voile dress, It I ick, I now our awlstant teacher was a pretty drss, and becoming, to sure, but It lekd the "something" and Miss Merriman Principal and be that, well (hat Vera iK'mmlii') thf rJotle-with two such splendid teacher bad. term should lie a wonderful suecess. .She had lietird It all her life ho-Mr, and Mm. J. K. Durham and s4 many marriages were unhappy be' family and Mrs. Morgan and Mr, cause men lost Interest In their wive when (hoy became rureless nbwl their Armsted Ilruncr, of Jessamine, Mr. apxnrance anil Indifferent to styles. and Mm. A. N' Merlda, Mrs. Simon So Alice tried doubly hanl to look bar Buy your Tymothy, Rye and Barley seed Tankers-leand little MIm Sallie best, but It seined that IJoyd was s,i from us and we can deliver to you on our Merlda were entertained Sunday at "different," he never "enthused1 about the home of Mr. ami Mrs, John Os her appearanre. Why didn't he cull truck anywhere on pike. We Will pay you hoc a "peach," Hclassy," anl such horn. things? Just lo win siime word of the hlghestjmarket price for your produce. Mr and Mrs. James Iapsley Van, praise from htm she had worked tat tls were hosts at .1 delightful din the night before t finish the bltM Phone 32 ll K Thursday. The following accept dress to wear today to the shore psrty ed their hospltulity: Mr. Tom Ward, where they, wllb the other member Mesdame Marcus White, Milton of tbe Pawling Avenue club, had Ward, Win. Clark, C. It. Henry and Invited to visit Mrs. (Hurler's summer Mlley lieailey, Mles Anna Mae and home, "You bet. It's prettier than anyI.Ida Hroaddu, Margret, Ruth and thing Yera ever hid," Sallie l.ou White and Louise Henry, was all that she co'lht The Messer. Karl Clark, Ceo. Smith and have utlswer but sun way It hurt hilxl for, James Milton Henry, for Alice knew It wmn't tru and believed I.loyd isld It Just to pleiis her, GUY Miss Mary llrown has accepted a because she eipK'ted him to, Oil, If position with the llryantavllle (!rad he would only rsn about her the way (Delayed) ed School and assumed her duties GO NO FARTHER fellows were supjM-to Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tuttle spent Monday, "Why. my little trlle. what's the Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Wm matter? Have I gone and said the Miss Mollle llamrs was a victor The Evidence la at Your Door. you wrong thing arsln? Of eour Barnes. cf Mr. and Mrs. Tolllver Cornet, Iancasler proof la wtiat you waat look nlcu you always look nice, to Mr. and Mr, (irises are receiving near I'aint Lick from Thursday until and the statement of this Iilrlily reme." congratulations over the arrival of a Saturday. spected resident will banish alt "Yes -- and I guess I do to other doubt little son. Mr. and Mrs. It. II. Ward and folks, too. Tin tlrvl of your b.dn so J T Holler, .farmer, HFI), No.l quiet and never noticing." she flung Mr. J. L YantU was the dinner sons. Harald, J. T. and Carl spent "A guest Saturday of Mr and Mrs. the week-envilting Mr. and Mrs IIjincnnter. says"to use short time ago at htm, and ran luistUy up the beach IKian'a Kldner lo the cottage. had occasion I'elphrey, of Lancaster. Milton Ward. Tills and they fli'd mi up In gool A plan of action had already I MIm Sallie Durham, of Jessamine ulndly recommend them. formed In Alice's mind. She had said Mrs. C It. Henry and little daugh- shaM Sunday of ter, Louise, were Sunday guests of My hark had been aching and paining she didn't care, and she would show was the eharmtnic visitor I Miss Lee Anna Oiborn. l.lojd that she reotly didn't. Mr. and Mrs. John Henry, of the for several months and everything undertook lo do about the place waa Kot a bad looking "oliji-ot,- " either Misses Kmma and Lula Smith, of fall Lick road. a drag to me Mr kidneys tlldn l act waa Carl Houghton, arrayed In the Pleatant Hill, were Sunday visitors Duolin Mr. and Mm. Tom and freely enough, ami there) was aonie, sportiest of while flannels, and but of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. (inggs. daughters, Cora and Flora, spent the umartlng when the secretions passhis eyisN Mere what Alice noticed. saw (loan's Kidney Tills adver- What admiration slit rvad In them as Miss Zalta Prichette, of Stanford, past week-enwith Mr. and Mrs. ed I went to the New Stanford tised, ao u the attractive guest of Mles Car Osear Lewis of Woodford. shi knew he was taking In every deDrug Co. and got thre boin. I used tail or her dress. ne, Maud and lleulah Yater Misses Fannie Merlda and Dayaie them until my troubles left me "Oho, ray Alice of the Alice Mr. and Mrs. of I.eynelk Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Orn IJue gown, why dost thou waste thy Trsc-Don't fair brauty here alone? Sit you here at all dealer, guests of ham and baby spent Sunday with 0c were Sunday afternoon simply ask for a kidney remedy got by me and Misses Mollie and Ethel Hames. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Walker. the laboring name that classes, tolling for our supper In yon IwtanV Kidney Tills--thMr. and Mrs. Henry Yater had for Mr Holley had. Mr. and Mr. James Marsee ami Co, dam bed." on, Stanley, visited Mr and lr. their Sunday visitors Mr. anil Mrs. Mfrs.. Tuffnlo, N. Y " Twould give me greater pleasure Kid Ilaker and family, Mr. and Mrs, John White the past Sunday than all other Joys combined to while away the wenry hours for the," reI . We Paj 30cts. per Pound For Nice Hams 15 John Yater anil children, of Juilam. Mr, John Sutton ami sister, Minn Fannie, of the Crab Orchard road were ifurtu Monday of Mr. anil Mrs. W, T Si.tton ami Mm, Carrie David ALICE'S BLUE GOWN Oy MIZPA.H F BUCKINGHAM N..pr cts. per pound for side s meat. the last thing 1UCK it any motorist H. 6. Bailey & Sons bn should consider in choosing a Tube. Certainty is just as easy to obtain and a lot less expensive on the casings. Ask us for G & J Tubes. For years they have been helping all makes of tires to give better service. THOS. S. PIERATT NOAH MARSEE, JR. I ! i ! WE. CCeJ d AND CORD GUY. FABRIC ELL d Poster-Mllbur- a in GOOD HOME. SMALL FARM HIGH DOLLAR. 1 AT PUBLIC AUCTION FOR THE WILL ON THE UNDERSIGNED Wednesday, Sept. 21 i'ay. Messrs'" J." P." Foley and Jame Vet somehow her eyes kept wandering down to the shore, where she Yantis were visitor in Somerset could see that I.loyd was keeping Thursday. rather near Vera, and that he was Mr. Lish Forbes, of Lancaiter hat the afternoon more than she was, she felt sure, as the sound of been visiting friends at Somerset the their merry laughter came to her fast week. ears. Miss Daisy Reynolds spent Satur "Well," she thought, "I gues he'll nay night and Sunday with Mils Fan- see now that lift port satin Is pret- t.le Merida. tier than my dres." Mrs. James Yantis is viii'.in; Mes Soon the group pned from sight Ra!ph behind the boathoti., and Alice felt dames A. M. Glrdler and her spirits sinking tower as she saw I onicsworth, of Somerset. that I.loyd and Vera were earneatly Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Walker was engaged In convenatlixi. tie truest of Mr. and Mrs. James After that the afternoon seemed Bason Sunday afternoon. long Indeed. It was not until the Mr. and Mrs. Milton Ward were crowd ramo back to supper that she visitors last week of Mr. adn Mrs. enjoyed hersolf again. Alice later was currying things Into Robert Ward of Madison the pantry when nhe stoppl suddenMr. and Mr. V. T. Scott and sons, ly by the window, Sme ono outside Fugene and Hill Drown wer In Lex overh(-an- l her ington Thursday for the fair, was speaking and she own nuniK. She paused to listen and Mrs. Edd Kurtz and Mrs. Jasper recognized Carl's voice. "Hut, Vera." he was saying. "I Paily had for their truest Mrs. Lu!a didn't say that Alice looked better than you do, I only said she had on a very neat dress, one much more appropriate to mi outing like this than yours. Of course I didn't mean that about Alice, because you always look nice, to me." The familiar sound of those words made Alice smile at she went on with her work. Terhapa It was a tired, sad little smile, for when I.loyd enme rushing Into tho kitchen a moment later he exclaimed: "Why, awoetheart what' the mat-M- r all tirvJ out? Wbere'a Vera? Did she go and leave you alone with all this work? 'FYatd of spoiling her skirt again probaMy." "Maybe, but I noticed that that same skirt seemed rather attractive to you this afternoon," Alice replied, Daily, of Danville the past week. Ballards Obsdisk Flour always Try a sack to Mr. Herchel Yantis is on the sick givai satisfaction. Hudson & Farnau. day. list. Mr. James Reynoldt of Panama, ) Mr. Green Foley i visiting Mr. who has been visiting relatives here and Mrs. J. V. Foley. the pst thirty days has returned Mrs. Henry Tuttle left for a visit home. 9t Harbersvllle Saturday. Miss Ztlla Pritchett. of Derea is Mr. W. T. Sutton attended the v.sitine her aunt, Mr. Henry Yater. court at Stanford Monday. Mrs. Henry Tuttle vsited Mrs. A. Mr. and Mrs. John Prather were N. Merida Thursday. visitors in Lexington. the week-en- d Mr.. Tom Marsee and Lucy Joe plied Alice, laughingly, glad to rind visitors Tues was so easily to be Marsee were that her ' Iunt nccomdlhed. BLACKHEADS ks You should rtfard thai d&ngtr Tbty arc a sure sign (ornithine i wroag sjritbln. Look to your blood at onct. Tha poisonous tapurttlM PIMPLES AND BOILS l u tjai. out-brt&- i hav colltcUd in your circulation until the danger point hat beta raachtd. Start right now, today, to purify your blood with S. 8. S. For SptUI Bookhl or torindu i SSS Co., C.f S. S.S. writ rfuaatfrie.,Wliourc'ia4., CAt. Mvdtcml Mtttar, t your dtuUitt. S.S.S. he Standard Blood Purifier A swarm of bees killed a mule In California the other day, Hut being a man of wisdom and discretion, the sheritT failed to make the customary arreit. POPULAR EXCURSION AT 10:30 O'clock on the premises in Garrard County, Ky., on Poor Ridge pike about ten miles from Lancaster, sell to the highest and best bidder about 15 acres This small of well improved land, the home of the late James Littrell. tract of land is well improved, good residence, tobacco barn and other suitable buildings. This is rich sandstone land and a good community, an ideal small CINCINNATI SUNDAY.SEPT 18th, 1921 So)jiMWfVSsmM ROUND TRIP FARE sarcastically. "Satin, was Itl Humph. I didn't notice what It was. All I know It she put In a pretty unhappy afternoon on account of It. .She was bubbling over with her troubles. She and Curl had some kind of ijiinrrvl " ".So you took upon yourself the very something, I upose." Vou and Carl "Alice, be kviisllvle. seemed to be getting aliKig rather well. I knew be wus telling you all the things you like lo hear, and Vera was angry because she knew he thought you liMiked so nice, that well, we decided to try to make you both Jealous uud " "And didn't you think I looke.1 "Why, Hooey, of rours I did. Vou always looked Mter than auyoue else In the wurld. lo me." And for some re.iou Alice wasn't hurt by (he fuinllUr words this Hum litie understood what they uieaat $2.35 I.MCU'Ut WAS TAX FROM DANVILLE Special Train Leases DanvlIU GiOO A. M. Returning Special Train Leaves Cincinnati 61IO P.M. Duili laarm.Usa (featrtlTiaM) upon pplicalfcti la . I farm. Terms: The terms will be made known on the day of sale but will be easy. At the same time there will be sold a lot of personal property, consisting of household furniture and some live stock. unpleasant titk of heart-heale- or W. 0. RIGNEY W. B. DICKERSON W. 0. RIGNEY Office Phone 18. & CO. GARRARD BANK Am Bourne, Auctioneer. By J. W. Elmore, Cashier, and J. E. Robinson, Atty. k Funeral Oirectors and Embalmers Lancaster, TRUST CO. nicer ... Residence Phone 33. Kentucky. again. property nt n very low figure But ns long ns we nil wait In order to keep his taxes down for George to do it it will not probably far below its actube done. al value. If he is allowed to realize in rentals only ten percent net The President what he told the assessor Could Do It. tf property was actually The thrifty housewife hails the If the coming winter is ns worth, he is out a considerable with satisfaction our close I levere ns hns been predicted rum of money, as all receipts the distress of the unemployed above the ten per cent would prices on groceries and table and their families will be ncute. go to the government. j A few high "grade Buggies on hand. Come This fact is so manifest that necessities. If. on the other hnnd, he puts the president of the United up a ronr nnd claims that the and get yours before they are gone. States with all of his cares and property is worth fnr more As rapidly as prices fall in burdens, deems it necessary to money In order to snve his! take a personnl interest in the rents, he convicts himself of j the wholesale market they plans for affording necessary filing a false tax schedule and; heavy' lays himself liable to a relief. tome down at this store. Believing thnt the president penalty. There's a kick waiting fori has an open mind, we presume him either way he turns if! at less than factory prices. Now is the time to offer a suggestion. Huy it fur less and relish it the president's suggestion is en-Let him issue a proclnma- -' r.cted into law. i to buy. He is in for an uncomfortMist as much. tion calling upon (all of the able period of squirming and! people of our country who own squealing, with the great mass motor cars to set aside one of the people enjoying his Sunday in a month to be known Plight. .".nd observed ns gasless Sunday, and to be continued until there is no longer a necessity "Live and Let Live Folks." for its observance. 3CQ In other words, let every car OUTSIDE CONCERT BY 3 IE To remain in its garage that day LANCASTER BAND rnd night. This country is made up of Then let the owners of the The Central Record On Public Square Saturday 7:30 P. M. producers, transporters, whole cars voluntarily contribute the $1.50 Yaar. Uiued Weekly. F 1. Yountr Wnshingten State March salers, retailers and consumers price of the gas nnd oil they Payable in Adraace. II. A. Stott J Srrnad, Choprl Keho ine consumer wants to sec thus save that day toward a II. C. Wltlmmryrr AnuTienn Triumph March J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. a reduction in the price of ev fund for feeding the hungry AUc- Trln. Uloamlar 4 J5M, Cam avatar aeni Crrreb Markir Hrfrr R. L .ELK1N. Local Editor and Mgr. cry commodity except that and furnishing warm clothes! Mareh HaruM Stott C Entered at the Poit Office in Lan "hivii Tho. J. JeffrMon W!u, "Gwvn" iniiiri i juuiiuLin ""Kiior tnose who are unable to Mall 7 caster, Ky., at Second-ClaMacMr Ilyrr SolJier Hoy Mart offers for sale. On the latter procure them. Sue Shelby Mason Matter. ..Attn) Crreeh, Maafcfc IturittMir Serenade. Summit Ilrrr no cungs to nis nign prices. Let the enormous sum thus lleyrr. Loan A item Railroad officials want to realized be turned over to the II A. Vamlrrwok Mrlwlant March Court House Lancaster, Ky THE A.MCHICAN PHE5S ASSOCIATION force a reduction in wages and Salvation Army and the Volun- 10 The Unimmrr lie) March .. Nlek Hrn W E FITCH. Director. saianes upon their employees, hrers of America for distribu Lancaster, Ky., September 15, 1921 nut do we see a desire on the tion when and where it is most part of any of these high olTici- - neetlotl Rate, For Political Announcement. ais to maKo a corresponding wc aujrjrcst distribution by For Trecinct and City Office. .15.00 eduction in treignt rates or these two organizations be- 10.00 Offices For County For State and District Offices.. 16.00 their own swollen salaries? cause they are in close and .10 For Calls, per line i ne manuiaciurer cungs ten- - constant toucn with the noor ..... .10 aciously to the last penny pf and distressed, and are, we be- -' For Cards, per line For all publications in the Inter-fbis profits, yet he is strong for Iicve, better fitted for the work of individuals or expresreducing the cost of raw ma- - than any of the numerous charsion of individual views, per line 10 terials he buys and for cutting itable organizations Obituaries, per line ....... . .OS the waires of his emnlovees. Keuninir a enr fdlt on Sun The retailer is keen on pull- - day would work a hardship on mg down prices in the whole- - no one assuming, of course. sale mnrkets, yet he Josses no that doctors, undertakers, etc., sleep in his efforts to reduce his would be exempt where neccss-owity arises for the legitimate use The salaried mnn, those in of a car. . ... . i tne proiessions anu me wage The contributing of the gas DEMOCRATIC TICKET earner are just yearning for an Und oil thus saved would not opportunity to buy their food, be an expense to the car owner, For Stat Senator clothing and all of their other as he would simply be contri J. E. ROBINSON necessities for less money, but buting the amount for the re- For Circuit Judfe they resist even the suggestion lief of distress instead of burn PUSHIN BROS., DANVILLE, KY. CHARLES A. IIARDIN of a curtailment of their own ing it up on the road. Commonwealth's Attorney I A Sunday at home might be incomes. EMMET V. PURYEAIt In fact, none of us are refreshing to millions of peo For Representative 16 exempt, speaking is a class, r.le who arc always on the ROBERT II. TQMLINSON, JR. We are all tarred with the move. An hour at church might be For County Judge fame brush. J. C. WILLIAMS We are perfectly willing, both refreshing nnd beneficial. YOU are Cordially Invited to Inspect our Display of even anxious, to have George The president can do it if For County Attorney do the cutting and slashing of J lie will GREEN CLAY WALKER Fashionable and Distinctive prices ,but when it comes to It would be a small minded For Circuit Clerk hitting the toboggan ourselves citizen indeed who would not JAMES D. WOODS, JR. we simply can't see it. There- - respond to so laudable and For SheaS PATTERN HATS, MISSES' AND MILLINERY, fore, no one sees it except reasonable request from the DAVE SANDERS under the compulsion of ne- - most exalted ruler in the Deputies, Aihby Arnold, II. D. Lee. cessity. world. For County Clerk Every fellow wants to con CHILDREN'S HATS HISS FANNIg DOWDEN tinue selling the product of his Hitting Him Both Ways For Jailer hands or his brains at a high Published reports indicate . DAVID ROSS price, but most of us have con- that the president is on a quiet Also Showing Everything That's New in WGmen's For MagUtrato cluded that we will shut down rampage against the rent J. II. CLARK on spending until prices in oth and Misses' New R. L. DARKER er lines reach a lower level. It is said that Mr. Harding in other "words, everybody is favors allowing realty owners REPUBLICAN TICKET FALL SUITS, COATS DRESSES, SKIRTS, BLOUSES, virtually on a buying strike n net return of ten per cent on For Magittrat SWEATERS AND SHOES against everybody else but him- - the value of their property in NOAH MARSEE, JR. self. the form of rentals, that value The result is very little buy- - to bo in accordance with their Waiting On George. ing very little demand tor latest tax return, the overplus a tremendous 0f rentals to go to the govern- "Let George reduce prices production first. I want a few more shrinkage in the demand for nient in the shape of excess pickings." labor. taxation. Recause of this shrinkage six That is the attitude of the Some blow to the rent hog, average man in business to- millions of men arc out of em ch? day, nearly three years after ployment. The landlord who has charg the armistice. ihe remedy Is in our own ed a reasonable rent and has It is the reason why we are hands. filed a fair tax return has noth- in the midst of a period of Whon we are willing to see ing to fear. He has probably business depression. the light of reason and accept not made in excess of ten per .It is the reason why six mil- a general scaling down of our cent net on the value of his lions of our men are out of em- own prices along with those of property, ployment. ethers, the purse strings of the Hut the rent hog, if such a It is a condition which neith- people will be loosened, nor- - law is enacted, is up against er congress nor the government mal buying will be resumed, it hard. appear uble to correct. the unemployed will be sum- It can reasonably be expect- It is the attitude of the dog moned back to their work, nnd ed thnt in filing his tax sched- prosperity will be with us tile the rent hog valued his in the manger. r The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Sept 15, 92 1 1 SPECIAL PRICE I Table Cost Is Lower Old Hickory Wagons 1 CONN BEOS. Currey & Gulley. iriri rr MONEY Loan On 1 Farms I - .'. r n J 1 it - OPENING AT n. ... THE HUB and 17th 4 Friday and Saturday, Sept. Comeyou Kr$ Invited. al - The Central Record. Lancastei . Ky.t Thursday, Sept 15 92 I 1 Gossip About People NN A BrM PltMiM Mr. Woolfolk i visiting relatlre in IHoomlnnton, llllnoli. Mr. J. W. Crerch and family, of Kichmomi, spent one day in Lancaster thl wrck. Key lllx, of Ilerea, delivered plendid sermon at thr llaptlst chureh Kunday morning. t ths Oslwp kyTlMM Vfi Ar CnlrjH Mtrtilid mm) In. MIm Koni Turner fan returned (irncr Pollard hn returned home from a three week's vtsU In home aftrr n few ilnyi stay in Itleh Londan, Cur'jln and Itiehmend. Ml mi mond. Mli Thrlma Hamilton left this Hudson, o( Danville, week Mr. Hank for Lexington, where the was In LfcHlAitcr on business this will attend Hamilton follrgr. wctk. J. K. were' In Lexington Sparks ami Chester Htkln on business re-re- eently. Mn. Kmmn Illgglnbothnm has n Oldham ami Mary Moore, ef lUchmoml, havr hern TialUng hrr mother, Mr. Clay ten Arnold. Mn llarokl BRED IN OLD KENTUGKY Mt raia Mar Iliturnr wnt thr guest lat wrrk ef her ON t. Mr. KJrksvllle John UMnrwood aM4 Mr. Under-wbhMr. and Mr. Hamilton Clark, of nrar Dnnrljlc. llurgin, recently vlslte.1 relative in Mia Carrir llellr l(HMrm ha Lancaster. to hrr past t ikuty t the SANDERS BROS. & AMON, Props. Mr. Scott, of Onrrnrd county, visitIhhI hi Stanford, after spmMng ed Ms couln, T. C. Scott in ltargin thr wvck-riat hotac. BIG thr pnst wcrk. UtUe LoaiM- - atMl Franeis AthoW Itev, Price Smith, wife ami daugh- har returned home after spemllng We offer now for qu.ck ta!e ten big type Poland boar as Scott-R- ay ters have returned from a vMt to Mght w good as thr. best nt fanners prices ttjjk grasHlparrsit Mr. A. H. Mllby went to Sttmerret relatives Wt Homrnet. Mr. nnd MrVK. ITrgan. Monday, where he ha accepted a We nre now booking orders for fall pigs either rex nt Latt Tuesday evening Mim Mar.e bargain prices to be delivered nt ten weeks old, cholera Mrs. J. C William, daughter. Mr. Anna Hubble and daughter, portion with the National Life jind Jtay and Mr. Charlie Scott surprised All hog hnve been double treated. Helen lllalr and nun, are visiting Mattir Mae, have returned to Lan- - Accident Insurance Co. Mr. Milby their many friends by motoring to Why use a scrub bonr when you can get a real honest to relatives In Louisville. nMer and havr room at Mis LeuTy will Join Mm in n frw week, making Danville and being quietly married that place their future home. goodness one nt a moderate price. by liev. Hart, of that city. Dana ftr thr shol ti rm. Mn. (5. II NVIi. of Manchester. The bride I the beautiful nnd at For particulars, call or write M; Margaret Hiieklcy, who ha Mrt Matin- - Duncan, who ha been OMo, U thr guest of her brother. Mr. ben rWting her nriee, Mr. J. I. tractive daughter of Mr. Tom Itay, in iHMir health far trvrml werl SANDERS BROS. OR JOHN M. AMON, and Mr. Hubert (Self. near Lancaster. hut guar t thr Daavillr Hwpital, HnmiHen. will Iravr Friday for Mt. LANCASTER, KY. The groom is a prosperous farmer 9A Olivet, Ky., n Itobert!en county, M!i. NetHr Nelond leave Iks wfcure hr will tafce the rrt cure. whurr she will hnvr charge of the of Hyattsville. Their many friend week for Lexington ami will mtrr Mr. Allen Tenter returned hMe Latin and Bnglbh claei in the High wish for them a long and happy 'ifc .State for the eomlng together. SdiNlay I rem Cineianati, after a de- School. Mr. 11 - Owsley tin returned lightful vtoit with Mr. ash! Mr. Cal Dr. and Mr. Virgil Kinnnird are t and Mr. atui Mr, it. 0. Hard n from a pteanant vtall t Mrv Church Notei tag. receiving congratulation upon thr Letcher, in LwiWvill. arrival rf a handsomr baby boy. He The Woman's Missionary Society Mr W. T. Prewitt. af Lawndalr. Mlit Sue Stinlby Mason t the ha Ik en named David Walker, n of the Ilantikt church will nlmerv,. n HI., sprat a week's vacation here hener of hi maternal grandfather guest of her ry 4tr, Mrs. week of prayer for State MiMions, wit hfcs mtKher. Mr. W. T. Sebat-tat- n Pauloenrr, hi HUlsbore, Ohio. The yeung man rcghtrrc! here early beginning next Sunday evening and and Mr. Sebaetain aa4 ether yeMerday Full Line Little Red School HouseTablets morning. continuing each evening throughout Mr. and Mr. Milton HoItunK of relative. weekThe W. C. T. U. will DanvMIe, twie been the imotts thr thr f Mi Pencils, Pen Holders, Composition Books, I.anltr Hundmkxea. af officers for another year with the td- Mri and Mn. Lyl ltaurne and famand Mr. Ito-e- ee Halt, of liar-iaSolve Which ily. dltion of a program committee. Mrs. Erasers, Rulers, Wax Crayons, Ink, ceanty, were warned the rirst Judge Stapp nnd Mn. Samuel Cot II. 0. Lee ami ton,' ef the week at the home ef Dr O. ton were appointed delegates to the Mr. and Mr. Scientists. and School Bags. of Ktohmend were the guest af hts On Oirvn in Iliebmend. State Convention, which meett in have Ilrituh aviation scientist parent. Mr. ami Mrs. II. I). Lf SunDanville the last of September. Mrt. V. L Hronaugh. Mb Lui solved the secret of how bat avoid Try Our Soft Drinks, Candies and Fruits day. llrutMiuga, Ilroaaugh, of Heburt MIm Georgia Hansford, of Tray, object they cannot see and nre apN'schotatrtUe, ami Mrt. ltutherferd Mr. (7rrge Swinrfcroad left Wedweek-enguest of Mr. plying their discovery to aircraft in Vae-nn- , Qa , were guet Ohio, wn the nesday fer DanvMIr, wheru he will Deugla. ef and Mn. Harry Crutchlleld on Crab thr hope of safeguarding them Tuesday. matrtcuhtr in Centre Cottier this ef Mn. E. L. Iteports of the exMrs. against collison. Orchnrd street. Her aunt, yrar. Crutrhtirld and little daughter, Mary periments, made public by an army a Mn. Wd IlumxMie hotet Mr. Dora Adkinsen, wifr and te the D. A. it. chapters Friday af Leustr, accompanied her home for aviation statement, said progress was little child, of (.arrard county, have terneen at her haiar on MaWe a two week visit to relatives tnere. being made with devices adapted from stude of the bts which would brtn visiting Mrs. Kmma Ilrewer, in avenue, itefreshment were tervtsl. The judge requires a witness to Mis Mary Kathcrinr Pruritt left ait a preventatives against collis exactness. llurgin. About fourteen member were presAeronautical experts believe that take an oath before telling his story Hamilton, Ohio, ion or aircraft. According to the laot Saturday for ent. Miia I. Ida Mae Hay ii visiting Mn. blindfolded a""'"en can do the same thing. The but if he fenrs oil n few during the where she will make her home with statement, the scientist F.ltjah McMllllan this week and Mr. ami Mn. Jmm Allen lleaalry her brother, Mr. Mose Prueitt. Lan-- a number of bats and released them Ilritish an' busy devising instruments operation he gets it in the neck. meeting at Gunnsi havr the good withe of all for their ratter friends were sorry to know ofiin a room which was croscsd with to that end, and their eliorts are the Chapel. win. who was born Saturday morn- her departure. She was well known many wires nnd partitioned from an- - said already to have led to the deCoal In An stent Time. ing at thrtr residence in "Hill Court." here, having mnde her home in Lan-- ; other room by a ginl containing holes velopment 6f instrument which are Mcdleral wriur w.antlj refer ts e Mr. Dora Wheeler, of near expected to record for airmen sounds coal as s)ne by m caHwl Jnwe Thr Allt4l tnter many yean. " just large enough for the bats to fly (tarbones mart-tlra- l. l spending several days with Iteailrjr. Jr. through. The result was that the a they approach objects. It is said or carb de marl), In order to her 'laughter, Mrs. Urn Wood ami Mr. and Mrs. George Rich ami flying bats never touched a ' wire nnd that this Information is expected to dlttintfultli It from charcoal (carMr. Wood. Mown D. S. Murray, Jas. it. .laughter. Mr. and Mr. T. E. Cecil flew through the holes be supplied equally as well in the bons). The name evidently ores with ease. Henry nnd MIm Ituth Murray, of and children, all motored to LexingThe experiment revealed the bats' dark or mist as in clear ntniosphere. from tho fan that It was brought to Thr many friends of Mn. Itobert Titoe4a. III.. Mrt. David K. Himry some places by water. The name was, , ton to spend the day with Mn. secret. They wr found to mit a Klnnalrd nrr Kind to know that thr f llerea and J. T. Henry, When a silly girl attempts to be how ever, used of con I winch was cartof thin Cecil's sister, Mn. John Wallace. note, often inaudible to the ear, which h "entirely recovered from hrr ed Into Chester from Ku'loe, and of uty were guest the past week, of From there they went to Paris and would bound back from the wire and serious it borden on thr lllnm. that found In the miilnie of DerbyMn. C. H. Henry. tpent Sunday with Mr. C. C. Wilson. partition, conveying accruate n A true friend recognlie your good shire. In the reign id Cllinbetli coal They report n delightful trip. Miss Crcil Haten !ft this werk to the bats' sensitive ears and qualities provided there arc any to was measured by the barrel, nine bar Mr. and Mn. it. C Kvans and for Staunton, Va., where she will at- daughter. Mr. W. S. Stacy rels to the ton. ami Mlt" Mert. J. It. Ilnselden and Morris enablng them to map out space with recognize. tend Stewart Hall fer the coming Ilertle Hale, ef London, guests Swinehroad left Monday for Castle were school term. Monday of Mtoes Sallie and Muttie Heights, Tenn., where they will re DE DE DE DE Ml Martha Ward Swcestry left Lutz, while returning from a pleas- sume their studies this year. The were accompanied as far ns LouisMonday for Lexington, where she ant visit to Lexington ville by their parents, Mr. and Mrs. will enter Hamilton College for thr Mr. (ieorge Stormes ami Mn. Sam Haelden, Mr. and Mrt. (. II. ensuing yrar. Charles Steven and daughter, of Swinebrond, who spent two days Mn. It. L. ilagan and daughter, Oklahoma, vititrd Mr. Linzy liny, there. Dora have bren confined to their who ha been confined to Mn bed , Mit Nannie Sloan left yotterduyi bed for several day but are better mott of the time for the patt nine one-haLick, where she will teach. month recently. and for Paint at this writing. No more painstaking teacher could Covers were luul for ten nt an Mr. W. Simpson Klkin. of Atlanbe employed and the school is to bo ta, CtU., is the guest of her brotiier, elaborate cuune dinner given by congratulated. Mr. I. It. Thomp-- ' Mayor John Duncan and fitter, Mlt Mr. W. Itos llaitm at her beautiful son, of (Sarrard county, wa n Dan-- : g home in "Hill Court," Tuesday Jennie Duncan. vllle shopper yesterday. Mr. Thompin honor of Mn. O. B. Neil, of Mr. and Mr. Frank Turner and Ohio, who i thr guest of Mr., and son will be with Centre College this1 year. Danville Messenger. daughter, Lena, spent thr day Sun Mr. Robert Coif. ' day with Mr. and Mr. J. P. Foley Mn. II. D. Lee gave an elegant' In this county. Mr. nnd Mrs. Forest Calico enter- dinner last Thursday at her home tained Sunday at dinner in honor of on Fall Lick pike. The.e being Mis Kllzabeth .ndenen ha gone Ceo, Stormes and Mn. Charles present were: Mn. Tom MeMillon, to Kulton; Intl.. where she will have Mr. daughter, Florence Ann Mn. Dorn Miller, Mn. Oeorgc Hatchehargr of thr trimming department Steven ami Other guests present er, little James Pollard, Mrs. Jim of Oklahoma, In a millinery parlor. were: Mr. and Mn. A. Calico, of P.ason, Mr. Iwrence Pollard and' Mn. Margaret llargi ami daugh- Richmond, Dr. and Mr. J. B. on. Waller II. and M'i Marr K and children. Mm. Jesse I .ny ter, Mis Jane Cay wood, hnvu returnDeliciou .no Prueitt. Fruits a ed to their home in Jackson, Flo., lon and children, Mr. ami Mn. J. 11.! ce were served in the nflemoo: after a visit to Mr. II. C Hole and I'osey, Mr. and Mrs. Qicnr Itny andi Mn. Duity Itrynolus, rf I.exingL family ami Mis Nettie Kay. Dr. Itose. tpent tne week-enwith her unclt It. I.. Hngnn and fain !y last week turned from visit to relatives near Lrx-ngto- n, I, - Mr. William Kinnalrd spent the crinr Prueltt. Many of her friends with his parents. Dr. and both young and old gathered to bid Mn. J. II. Klnnaird. her good byr, as she is leaving for Ohio, Among thoe pre, Mr. and Mr. Bwlng Stultx nnd Hamilton, were; Mr. and Mr. Tom McMil-lon- , twin bablrs, Jane ami June, are eit Mr. Bavins, of Lexington, Mn gurnt-- i this week of Mr. and Mn. J II. D. Lee and daughters, Mlssen II. Ilourne. Sallie nnd MyTtle, Mis Stelln Nay-lor- , Mr llradfnrd Naylor, and Mr Mn. John White, of Washing. ton City ha been in Lancaster BImrr Miller. At nine o'clock lunch for n few day, thn guest of friends wns served, consisting of enkts, lemonade, candies and deliclou fruit. nnd relative. They all bade her good bye with rail Mh Dodo Itournr, after spend hearts, all wishng her return real Ing severnl month in Louisville i Minn. with her parents thie week, on the Announcement Of Interest Stnnford pike. Dr. William Hurnett and Mn llur-net- t The many friend' of Mr. Pii.hr r of Danville, formerly of Shelby- Herring nre sorry to know he Is vlllr, annnuncr the engagement of quite ill of typhoid fever nt hi home their daughter, Mis Cnle Mae Hur n Lexington nvenur. nett to Mr. Albert De I'auw May, of Danville. Mrs. Hojzell, Mr. Itnrell, of The wedding will take Mr. Anglr lloelry nnd Mn. place in Oetohrr. KtiltimanThe engagement of MiM Hur f,.4.n nf llnnvllf. wm. I anenster visitors Tuesday. nett, who together with her parent bvel it Lancaster for Mn. Anna MeDougtv, who ha been many yean, will be rend with much vwiUng her iter, ln. (Jrorge interest and concern in thi com Katith and Mr. Smith, has returned munity, where the bride elect i so to Lexington, where he will ro-- popularly known nnd dearly beloved ume her dutiv nt Hamilton College. week-end We are showing a special line of HOSIERY FOR SCHOOL CHILDREN Also line of SUEDE LIKE HATS and TAMS. FRANCIS-SWIT- H m Dixie Stock Farms HOME of the EXTREME TYPE yr. I- Ilea-Jamf- Baptist eSGHOOL 11 SUPPLIES ct lutti-cate- r. n Secret Puzzled d 0lry SANDERS VARIETY CASH1ST0RE Dan-vflt- "sea-coat- re-c- serio-comi- c. .nfor-matio- Get a Thermos Bottle From Us and Let Child Carry The Pure Drinking Water From Home 7i lf ' rve-nin- i d The New Store Weight, Measure, Your Moneys Worth li the policy of this store always. Let us hand you u few Lemons and Oranrfes. Lard. PURE CANE SUCAR Partridge Brand Pure Barrhujton Hall Coffee. Miss Katie Ilarne Dlckerson ter'.aiped Thunday nfternoun at her hun.e on Maple avenue with a tea. n honor uf her house guests, Mis Kronces Hurt, of Cynlhlaita und Miss Hetty Perry, of ltlchmond. The home nnd inviting porch were urtit- ticully decorated in ferns, pnlmt nndi Frvnch baskets of golden glow. The refreshment served carried out the color scheme of yellow, It wns u pleutant gathering for about twenty-lguests. ive Mr. and Mrs. Pollard gave n .uViK)tful party, last Friday evening In honor of Miss Mary Kath- Law-renc- Ink Pencils 1 Tablets Crayola Pen Points Pen Holders Dinner Baskets I llB Jt T fcSj)i Rulers Erasers rayns ucaSe Simple and inexpensive remedies procurable at this druK store will aid nature in its work of correcting defects in your system that are caused by your own nt'Klect. The person who disreuards the warnings of nature pays a heavy price m the end. Get nature's substitute here. f" Note Book Dictionaries Book Satchels STORMES Established 1853 DE DRUG DC STORE Phone 39, Lancaster, Ky. 11 FIRST THOUGHT IN DRUGS. ii c DC The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday Sept 15, 192 COMMISSIONER'S 1 WANTS IT DOWN U. SALE OF LAND Only Monument In S. Erected By Public COURT. GARKAKD jCIIlCUIT I), Defendants. Pursuant t a judgment rendered at the August Term 1021, the under-- ! at nub- i'.,,ni.ii,.iir will He auetion to the huhest and hetj bidder at the Court Houje Door in Uncastcr. Ky.. at 11 o'clock or thereabouts, on MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 20. 1921, the real estate mentioned in the pleadings and described as fo lows: On the waters of Scotts Fork and Sugar Creek beginning at a atone on the Went side of a passway. corner to James N. Locker; thence S. SO L. If, polos to a walnut tree, thence n new line with part sold to James Locker and Owen Lacker on a paMway, S. OS, E. 22. t poles to a stake, a new corner to the part sold to Dr. Edwards, thence a new line with said Edwards S. 2t. W. Ji4 poles to a pointer stake, near wild cherry. a on the branch, and in line with the Stephen Hill, thence said branch to said Hill's line S. 54. V. 17.7 poles ni-- llert Ucker, Wilbert P. Nankin, VS Plaintiff, Locker. To Assassin. Mrs. C D. Brook, president of the Woman's League of Republication Voters in Alabama, ha issued a call to good cituen. whatever their party affiliations, to join with the League In plans to remove the monument to John Wilkes Uooth, the of Abraham Lincoln, which U still standing in Troy, Alabama where there is alsa a State Normal School. This was erected by popular subscription In 186(5. The sentiment that condoned the political murder of the most lovable man in history is a curious thing to study after the lapse century. The of more than half whole South today honors Lincoln' memory. There are no pilgrim to the grave of John Wilkes Booth or to his monument. Yet the temporary existence of the sentiment that led to the erection of this monumnt is not surprising, Booth's crime in Ford's Theatre, April 14, 1805, was concededly not actuated by personal hate, or by any motive save the hysterical pass- Ions of a hysterical, bad actor. And the long conspiracy trials by court martial that followed the crime on April 26, trials in which Jefferson Davis, the former President of the Confederacy, was ut first named as a factor in the plot, and which in the judgment of some Northern lawyers as well as Southerners resulted in the "judicial murder" of Mrs. Surrat, were calculated to inspire a certain tolerance for what Booth had done. at least in certain sections of the Cotton States. The Ford's Theatre tragedy hung for many years like a pall upon the spirits of the assassin's brother whom all America knew and admired, Ed We may assume that win Booth. Edwin Booth never saw the monu mcnt at Troy, Ala., and that lie was deeply shocked when he learned of Historians have long its erection. realized how much the South lost by the killing of Lincoln, the one man who might have made reconstruction possible on lines at once broad and humane. So Mrs. Brook's plea is remove reasonable. Troy should the Booth monument. It U the only monument to the memory of an as- sasin that stands on American soil. in VALVE-IN-HEA- D jfo Ml I f mh 'wwwm MOTOR CARS oAnnouncing N. 61. James N. Locker; thence leaving branch and with said Locker's line N. 20. E. 10 poles, N. 32, E. 12 poles to a fence N. 41, E. lti poles, N. 39, E. 2 1.7 pole to the beginning, containing 20 acres and 27 H poles. PURPOSE OF SALE. Is to satisfy the debt of the plaintiff, amounting to $2,000.00 with interest at 0 per cent per anum from Jan. 2, 1020 until paid. V. 10.3 V. 21 poles. N. 07. corner to notes to a North pate, The New Buick "Four" A Thoroughbred Four, Completing the Famed Buick Line The new is a Four-Cylind- er thoroughhred a of its name. pedigreed car well worthy Buick, here announced, TERMS: The property will be sold on a credit of six months and the purchaser will be required to execute bond with approved security due in six months for the purchase price, bearing interest at six per cent Down to the very last detail, this new model possesses every quality of enduring serviceihility, complete comfort, and distinctive appearance that have always characterized Buick automobiles. The advent from date until paid, having the force upon and ctTect of a judgment which execution may issue, payable to W. H. Brown, Master Commissioner of the Garrard Circuit Court. will be retained upon the A lein property sold until the purchase of this new Four makes the Buick 1922 line complete. It offers to purchasers of a car of this size all the quality and service that go to make up the name "Buick." The Tiuick A Valve-in-Hca- d money is paid. W. H. Ilrown. Master Commissioner of Garrard Circuit Court, J. E. Robinson, Attorney. Am. Bourne, Auctioneer. Cradlt May Oilong to Aztec. hot tier Itoir Itncoa The question used a telecoix" uud h tiilcnwotw the contention us t whether It wna not In the New World thitt bulb these Instruiiients were tint Invented. For antiquarian who liavu studied extant hieroglyphic oxJIces of the Aztecs) ay this race when overthrown by Uie Spanish onnitii'rr was more ad vancvd In nstrotitmiy and optic than es Engine Tower Tlant That Has Proved Itself The engine, of course, is of the Valvc-in-- I lcad type. The year-aftcr-ye- time-teste- d ar tion of Buick's engineering skill and experience in building motors assures the highest standard of performance obtainable today. Valve-in-Hcad Buick concentra- Every other unit is of a quality equal to the power assembly constitutes a perfectly Elant. The whole chassis which is of typical Buick construction. The equipment of Cord Tires is merely evidence of the quality which characterizes the entire car. Two open and two closed body types mounted on the Butck built chast'u comprise the new series. Even the most casual inspection of the details of design and workmanship will reveal that full measure of quality which motoristshavc learned toassociatewith Buick. Eune of that djy. COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF LAND GARRARD 16799 DIED against this trouble by talcing A Great Car, Prices Make It An Even Greater Value feet right angular distance North from the middle of L & N. railroad Stock Movement track ( a single sycamore bears N. 7(3. W. 40 links); thence N. 70. V. along the pike and crossing the same diagonally 1.12 chums to a point at West edge of Hack Creek and 4 feet North of the North edge of metal on With '203 farmers in 20 counties said pike; thence along North side ..f the State enrolled in the better of pike N. 70. W. 8.26 chain to a stock campaign the move of corner to s roint north edge withmetal line crossthenm his nient for improved livestock in Ken ing the Richmond pike and along titrki- - is making ranid progress, ac West edge of Hammack pike; S. 5 cording to a report of Wayland i:. 1.07 chains to a point on West spccia-i-- t pike in line to U & N. Rhoads, beef cattle extension side of said of the College of Agriculture, R. R. depot tot with said lot N. 80 .. E. 51 links to the S. W. corner of This number of farmers who are re- Andersons' Warehouse; with founda- nlaclni? scrub sires with purebreds is tion line of said house N. 0, W. was August 00 14 links to Northwest corner of f ur tmes larger than it same, N. 80 i, E. OS links to the 1. Mr. Rhodes said. Christian cuun N. E. corner of same, S. E. ty with 52 farmers enrolled lean passing S. E. corner of said all counties of the State in the move house and the N. E. Comer of said Larue, Graves and depot lot at 00 Mi links on same irent. Fulton. In the order follow ourse with East line of said depot Jtviulerion lot, in all 2.11 chains to a stake and named. fence post 33 N. of middle of l & Those enrolled are farmers who N. Railroad tract; thence along right have ugreed to use nothing but pure of way line N. 78 U, K. 5.02 chains to a point 22 feet North of middle of bred sires on all their breeding k tract, N. 77,, E. crossing middle of stock. It is not necessary for lluck Creek at 77 links in all, 5.20 to keen all kinds of Mock but chains to the beginning, containing all that is kept for breeding purposes 3.15 acre, more or less. s PURPOSE OF SALE, is to divide must be mated to pureureu inuiviuu-elto make Its owner eligible for the proceeds among the Joint owners ns their rights may appear, membership in the movement. Any TERMS: The property will be sold person who desires membership and on a credit of six months und the is eligible should make application purchaser will be reou red to exe agent ur the colcute bond with approved security through his county due in six months for the purchase lege at Lexngton, Mr. Rhoads said. Many farmers have taken advanprice, bearing interest at six per cent from date until paid having the force tage of recent sales to obtain pure-bcr- d and elfect of a Judgment unon animals with which to replace which execution may ltue, payable to W. II. Ilrowti, Master Commis-done- r their scrub sires. More than 135 of the Garrard Circuit Court. purebred bulls were distributed to A loin will be retained upon the dilferent farms of the State as a reproperty sold until the purchase mit at a niile held In the tint Dart money is paid. of June while a similar sale during W. II. Ilrown, Master Commissou purebred Garrard Circuit Court, August resulted In sioner of tarns being sold to sheep raiser of Attorney. J. t. Hoblnion, the Sute. Am. Ilourne, Auctioneer. Commissioner will sell at public aucton to the highest and best bidder at the Court House Door m at 11 o'clock, A. M. or thereabouts, on MONDAY. SEPTEMBER JC. the real estate mentioned in the pleadings and described as follows: In Garrard County, Kentucky, at Point Leavell, and on the Ijincaster and Richmond pike beginning at a point in middle of road leading to the Wallace residence. 28 links South of the middle of said pike and 33 In New York City alone from kidOn Petition ney trouble last year. Don't allow Inez Raines, et al, etc Pursuant to a judgment rendered yourself to become a victim by at the August Term, 1021, the under-nine- d neglecting pains and aches. Gua.-- J CIRCl'IT COl'RT. Obviouslya high grade automobile a genuine Buick production the prices listed below make this great Four even greater. A value such as this is possible only because of the combination of Buick engineering skill devoted to the one ideal of quality, Buick production facilities developed over nearly a quarter distribution of a century, and Buick's nation-wid- e and service organization. GOLD MEDAL 22-3- Prices 4 S The Buick Motor Company - 1.1, Two Passenger Roadster Five Passenger Touring I 22-- 3 22-3- 6 7 Tba world's standsr 1 rtmtdjr for kidnty, livtr, btaddtr and uric acll troubUa. Holland's national rtmady sine 1513. All drug; gists, tart I:s- - Guiran ... lawk far lb Three Passenger Com 22-3- Fire Passenger Sedan - Ml Prim F. O. B. Hint, Afsfj. SfKiJiearim 935 97$ 147$ 16S0 is proud of the Buick Four. It has the faith of long experience in this aaJ ua. Gold M.l! i bo ImiUlla kH -- CtrJ Tim SunJjrJ hi Uitr all SttJlll fmifmtt am J DHvry Di newest addition to its line. It places upon it unreservedly the Buick guarantee carried by every Buick automobile produced. That its confidence is well placed is manifested not only by the keen interest with which motorists have awaited this announcement, but also the advance orders placed by distributors, dealers, and the general public. Better Making Rapid Progress. res-bett- LANCASTER BUICK CO. CONN ft CONN GARAGE Lancaster, WHEN BETTER AUTOMOBILES ARE PAINT LICK RevW. A. Ramsey waj a visitor at the State Fair this week. Leiut Davidson was Maj. and Mrs. Davidson' guest for the week-enBarley, Timothy Seed Rye, Hudson & Farnau. Rev. Skaggs and family entertained two car loads of relatives Sunday night. Mrs. Fred Hall visited relative In Louisville this week and attended the State Fair. Mr. Millard Ledford was In Lexington several days last week and attended the fair. Mltes Klizabeth Conn and Lucille Lackey were in Lexington Thursday and attended the fair. The W. C. T. U. will have a speci-a- l. meeting Saturday evening at 3 I'. M. lie sure to come. Miss Mabel Hall left for l'aducah Thursday of last week where she began teaching Monday, 12th. Mrs. Millard Ledford was In Louisville this week to visit Mr. Ledford's brother and attended the fair. M iAs Emma Hurchell has been r, spending several day with her Mrs. Ilotner at Revcnna. Sir. II. I Francis had his tonsils Hospital removed at the Danville last week. At present he is doing nicely. Major and Mrs. Davidson, Leiut. Davidson and Miss Alma Lear the Smith' dnce in I.anras- ter Tuesday evening. Remember the Ice cream supper at the l'aint Lick School House FriEverybody come day night. ICth. und help our school. Mrs. R. W. Kstrldge has charge of the book keeping department at the Taint Lick Garage during Miss Ilurchell's absence, Mrs. II. M. Lear left for Middles-bor- o Monday for a few days visit to her son, Reed and family. She will bring Reed, Jr., and 11. M. Jr. home with her. Mrs. Ed Williams, of Ashville, N. C, adn two daughters, Misses Naomi and Willie are here for several week sis-te- Kentucky. BUILT-BUI- CK WILL BUILD THEM Mr. nd Mrs, R. H Preston entertained Mr and Mrs. Ik Duncan, and Mrs. Nanie Moberley Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Uurdette and Mrs. J. C. Shearer were guests of Mr. and Mrs. lira"! ford Thursday. Cok for saU. Batt (or curing For sal by tobacco In tha barn. Hudson sV Farnau. Mrs. Elbert Chadnler and beautiful children were the guest of her parent, Mr. and Mrs. Kill Whlttakcr last week. Mr. and Mr. Caleb Johnson, Mr. and Mr. Raymond Hurchell and MIm Etta Ross were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Newt Grow. Mr. nd Mrs. Preston Snyder and family, Mrs. Cleo Ray and Mis Oda Mae Sander ttended the association at Gilead Wednesdy. 8t visit to old friends. All are enjoying good health and Lke North Carolina. PLEASANT HILL Mrs. N'ute Green is quite sick Sd. Sd at this writing. far-i.-.p- tor of Mis at Miss Ida Mae Sanders was a vis), Gladys Snyder last week. Mr. Fred Simpson attended court Richmond Monday, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Naylor were in Lancaster Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Hobart Grow were Sunday guests of Mr. Nute Grow. Misses Lldla Sine ami Alice Ray were In town shopping Saturday af- ternoon. Mrs. Salle Simpson visited her daughter, Mrs. Ethel Metcalf ami family Sunday. Mr. nd Mrs. Walker Uurdette enMr. and Mrs. Elbert Uurdette were tertained the following at a sumptuweek-engutsU of Mr. and Mrs. ous dinner on last Wednesday: Mr. Walker Uurdette. and Mrs. Edd Clark, Mr. and Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Bill WhitUker en- Luther Uurdette, Mr. and Mr. Bradtertained a number of relatives and ford Uurdette, Mr. and Mr. Will I WhitUker and Mrs. T. Whlttaker. friend Wednedy d The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday. Sept 15, 1921 WHEN THINKING OF A NEW CAR DON'T FORGET THE BREAD OUGHT TO BE BAKED RIGHT Recipes for Short and Overnight Methods Recommended by Kitchen Specialists. IDEAL St udebaker THE LEADING CAR OF THE DAY. bulk or until a llclil toiuli of the flnper Un an linprcn-- n. Tbla lu uld happen wllliln one to two bourn If the jean i In k coiidltlm an. the li n imlure rlpjit. Kneud and c tmlde i.valli lit the Mime wiirin placi until It iioHhhn Ma hulk. Tin n I. mm and bape Into lomi'; li t rln' dsui until duudle in bulk and dnke. Overnight Spong 4 pel'ire of Ml to ilcpreex r lt tm until about tii'tiMe ita irlrtiml Method. CARDWELL & ARNOLO DISTRIBUTORS. DANVILLK, KY LOAF IS ATTRACTIVE CDfut a inarll nf lukewarm (halt i hi ful eM If lo U 4 tMtnfi,l, at Mil. 1 2 I u4 Hnu riie at 2:30 p. m. she Hr4l y Woman Who UI4tnml i rf uk'r. of hwltinln lthiify kr "I Mf dr Farmers Realizing Value Of Soybeans Farmer two soybeans are superior under most Kentucky conditions, the i ml of fie Desirts to Establish Rtputatlen i Good Cook Will With Particularly to Ec In half iu,ful nf Ixtulil I I lnl,l tate of dr,ltr4. to i ijuarla uf ilfleil flur. ulul ),! nlry r rm ! irl. t of my residence on Lexington st, Brd Making. PjM-n.n- are conv.med of thr No other single article of fid an frequently placed on the (Mile or Sokes radical value of soybeans in the prominent a plmc In the avtrnse f.rm rotation a tliown by the fact diet ai bread. In wine fnnn or other ,,at thr Inrrrair in the Kentucky It l unfil at practically every inenl, rrage of thl' rrop ha hern great-and many times U the chief article, Increased tlurlnir the taart tW I'rojwrly balanced with milk, Imtter, .cars, according, to n new bulletin! frulta, ecitablek, egga, cheese or a Nhieh Is lielnc distrbuted to interest-- i little mini dread may well form a farmers of the State form the conalilenihl part of our dally food, At the prrs lollege of Agrculturr llrimt and other lercul product are rt time soybean an. I . wpea arc ir. ! spctialis's I: u Vi .'I J and( also Hiiintii Uii- - leant eieiilte of our t't- two legume heat a.laptr! an' mav be obtained free by writing the food". A" It sxeuplca to proiidlient n plae ,;(,(. t.ri Lexington, K jbtitute for tiover t t'r 'a'r, F i'tr In diet, hrend might certainly to ' pro-erly good crops of. Iia ami because of their freedom fiom attack of difeate and insects and their ability to withttaml drouth. they fail to make god yield, In addition they are valuable for the ired ersp which they produce, according to the bulletin. The new rub) i at, on wait prepared bv (!eorce Kh rt head of the college agrono-- ' ji. Irpartment. and Ralph Kenney, publication tatf Suvhcans produce (l'rtrel ly It t'nltrd HUtta t of Afilruliurr ) Capital $50,000.00 Surplus $60,000.00 Honor Roll Onnk. 4 per cent paid on time posits. Call and ee u. J J Walker, President. Wi I de- ( hamp. O. Rigney, Ass't. to the President. pron and the other hold Specialists Given. the sponge proceaa-W V. M.iicr, Assistant Caihler. In the straight-dougprocess all the Ingredients are mixed at one time and It Wilt Be Found Mott Satisfactory to Naom. Hamilton, Teller. Mr the di'iiuli l nmile of the proper conRemove All Acid Flavor RlnM Lancaster, Kentucky. sistency before rl'lnc. Kllhcr Thoroughly and Soak for Four or liquid Joaat may Lo cr Five Hour. BANK. NATIONAL for thlo. but not dry )eat. i S( 1'eterrbi.rg Chattanooga, via In the poit:e pne only Iwlf the U'ttpaiMt by the I'nlttd Sulfa Drrt-mrn- t Songs The LANCASTER KY Atlanta, Vnli!ota. Hampton, Ocala, total amount of rlour l tited at rlrt, ) of Amlruttuir with all or nearly all the liquid, the n Tampa and Clearwater, as a solid Some finiKiitiil nnd Milted River To Be Corner Public Square nnd PntiMlIc Street eat and frequently the Milt and the though train, and will handle thru like cueuiiiberi, i.re eaten rnw; sleeping1 cars from Detroit, Cleveland, others like eadlMigti Oaucrkruut), nre Souvenirs In general tho usually ti 'kid. Louisville and Cincinnati. This is and alted prolucta nuiy Ten thousand copies of "Way the short route between the terrin perfect rifiht Siime women In much the for tde ladle Your Name In Upon The Suwnntc Kivcr," the tory North of the Ohio River and t.. lead the.r own iei. They do the gethtile, Down miw munuer lia the frvli ever popular aentimcntnl song; has the Weft Coast of Florida and the being; cooked tl.y :mancnc except Idat adoutd be hooked In frisli w nter for carried the fame of Florida wherever new train service will cut the runi And now that he ha had h. own the English language is heard, will ning; time several hours. iMMira or longer. If nevwury, Kvery man and woman bkrt to fee! Lttle private war in Vct Viry n a The Mhcdulc of the "Suwanee to remote Ide Milt, tde water delng be distributed by the Southern Rail' .1 nwilie in iiic Mm, L'ncle Sam need no loncer be cor (hanged neteral llinea. III ome cuM-way Syxtem and Uie Seaboard Air River Special" will be: Im to change ke to print it. Same lay they eb. ldried a lck number. He ran ttrut It may Iki tietvai-ao- ' Leave Cincinnati 8:10 P. M., ChatI inc as souvenirs of the "Suwanee ect to publicity. Uut do theyi The alont; tde w liter ouce or twice during the River Special," the first through tanooga CMS A. M., Atlanta 11:45 the bert of them. dolling of tdo tailed vegetable. Ill tchi.on Olobe telli of a younjr man train ever run botween nhe OMo A. .M., Macon 3:20 V. M, arrive Tamthin one should Ik guldeil liy tittle. A looi1 war to ttart bunineis to who entered ita office. "I wa River and the West Coast of Florida, pa 0:00 A. M St. Petersburg 8:30 or Milted To preire the fermentt-ennely ihockeil to read a nUe f douminc aain in thi country i for, torn for the tubb. rliifo It tl.oroughly which will be inaugurated November A. M. to P" the tnnir to h t y encasement," he ald. "1 can- - (Very Leave St. Petersburg; 8:30 P. M., 0th . ui:d Kink for four or live hour, changThere can be no ap "t tell you how allocked I wa 1 niotiey lap. The "Suwanee River Special" w.Jl Tampn 11:00 P. M , arrive Macon In general ing the water frequently. reumption of buine " 20 P. M., wai poiltivrly chaenned. My finance. jreeiable It will do found inoro antUfactory to nn over the Southern between Cin-- j 1:40 P. M., Atla- -' .U. ....... I U. . r. .11 rkl. w.tout plenty of money n c rcuia alt the acid flavor etnnati nnd Hampton, Fin., and over remoM 8:50 P. : 'incinnatl 7:15 from the fenmutcd com. After Mak- the Seaboard bttween Harit'on and! A M. untied. How ranch for 50 copiei of tion. and money cannot circu'ate , ktked up r, e ing, tdaiv tdo corn In cold water and trc paper" I ring to doll, pour on tde water, udd freh cold water, drlng to doll uguln, The evoked The Pride of the Artist l Htr' Whoae und cook until tender. wd! til or fennented corn muy le uaed Skill Rctulti In a Perfect Loaf. In many wii)k. Tho following reclie d) (Vmproil. dry, or liquid for corn chowder l Mifar l kfelHllMh of the United ent may be ued for tdK ThN mixon'good city property. Pay back on weekly ture N "liiillur to a 'oft hatti, and Mates, liejmrtmcht of Agriculture: after the flrt rMtiK the rimallider of' Corn Chowder. or monthly installments. the Hour, tde hortiiilnc. und nny othnn-.-t er delred liicreilleiita are addeil. It or I cu fu". trmitOfa. coJ4 , ounrt aalt lKrk or I laMrcntula of then kneaded until of tde proHT flour. tron. und Mimolhni'. I cupful milk rr : iialia. 1 eaten cteam. Orcreaiing Time of Proceu. 1 Ux.nful alt uually require 1 Klrtn terror Ttie poiii;e proce Incorporated. ASSOCIATION. U traixnful i u full ceked ntnilcht-douccm, er mure. ek jeant than tde . nut hixl. tiefnit'o of tde nofter con-4 Cut the beef inirk Into culnn; J. E. ROBINSON, President Wm. S. HOPPER, Scc't. & Trcs. Utitiry of the mixture which fnuirn' oner well with (r Add the towater. 4 the crow 111 of tde )i at, mid nUo l stralgtit-doug- d J I Davidson. Caibier. ( ', Assistant Cashier. "WHY NOT OWN YOUR OWN HOME?" AT THE END OF THE RAIXnOW is a pot of Gold Awny off in our dreams and in our good intentions, we are all going to own our own homes, and make life worth living. )ait Hut do we ever get them? Most people realize the folly of pny-in- g rent; they INTEND to own their own home at sometime or other. Hut good intentions amount to nothing if they are not carried out. Are you putting ofT until "tomorrow" the steps necessary for owning a home? Time Klips nway and rent continues just the same. Obey that impulse now OWN OUH OWN HOME. It is easier today than it will be "tobe well made. well liaked, and morrow." eanil for. Mureoter. nny girl or woman who desires m If Known as n This is new property, having been completed this spring, really good rook, will with to excel and contains six rooms, two halls and two bath rooms, also a particularly In dread making. An Ideal loaf of bread I' attrartltc In large closed-i- n back porch. It has city lights and water, a crut amootli, tender and double garage and all necessary out buildings. Lot 80 x HOC. irolitiii brown tu color; the lonf Itself light and on top; the FERMENTED CORN IS Terms: $1,000.00 cash Jan. 1st.. 1922 balance in one to crumti i.ncy and lender; and the HANDY FOR CHOWDER ten years without interest. "Now why pay rent" when you whole delirious In tliitor. can pay for your home with the money you spend for rent? Method! for Making Ortad. There are two general mrtluals for Recipe Recommended by HouseFor further information call miik In dread, one known as the UM-d- . i I ' one-dal- f c ; If dry )ent l tired, Mmk It for 'X' inlnutlk to one hour defore inlllliir the rpoiipe and mix the pi'inre turllii tliNti If rompreiil or liquid jeart U When liquid iiil In uml, lt xoltllne imi'l Ik deducted from the older liquid failed for. Illi nil tde )euM with n little of the lukewarm liquid. If polhto la uml mixadd to It tde all. tdeu tde ture, the remainder of tde liquid, and finally of Hie Hour. Heat until mihhiIIi, eoir. and et to rUe wdre V. II will do at Till to TO depm In Ide iiinnilns. dreak up the ir nre. add nii-nr-. the molted l,i,rti nli.e (If tlMil). lil.d elioucb flour to li.i.ke a (touch cf the proper conlt( iiey Knead unlit the doiicli l Miiooth, cliifc-tinnd in. longer Mirks to the howl or to rte until tlncer. t'oier and at lenM doudle lii dutk Kneud down mold Into lone. let rle acnln until doudle tu dulk and dale Saturday, September 17th ' v- - a . B. F. Uf Robinson, Owner buwanee Train com-preac- CITIZENS uil vege-table- d The Paper. '", a i IMPORTANT STAKES I 1 ih I J . Chat-tr.noo- pnu-tlnill- MONEY TO LOAN I doiiM-doli- Of the Annual Fall Meeting at tf. t i The Lancaster Building & Loan rir ! I tuun' It In ceuerully clvcti uioro time. IIoweer, by iiklnc larger or nunller LATONIA (Convenient to Cincinnati) I Sept. 3rd to Oct. 8th and Latonia Handicap, $5,000 added, fur 3 year-olupward, one mile and a stxfentb Vittirdm ''cptenilicr 3. and Autumn Handicap, $5,000 added, for upward, six furlongs. Monday, .September 5 3 year olds CovttiKton Handicap, $5,000 added. and upward, one mile and three ixtceuth, Saturday, September 10. six Fort Thomas Handicap, $5AX) added, furlongs, Saturday, September 17. Latonia Cltampton.hip Stakes, $15,000 added, for Saturday, Sepone mile and tember 17. Twin City Handicap, $5,000 added, for and upward, one mile and five furlongs. Saturday, September 24. Queen City Handicap, $10,000 added, for one mile, Saturday, October 1. and upLatonia Cup, $7,500 added, for ward, two miles and a quarter, Saturday, October 8. These ricli fixtures and a correspondingly liberal policy throughout mark a season of racing, planned in the interests of horsemen and public alike The I all Meeting at Latonia. has attracted the best horsex in training. Any day's program will be worth traveling miles to sec. d car-o!- fr thre-(uarte- r. r.ltd I iimiiutita of jenut one may khortcu or Some pecpe !.ve to learn Wjthcut lengthen tde time required for rUlnp. rcal'y learn ng how to l.vc Mrulcdt-doucIn n tlmllnr way tde pnicen may de hortenei or lencth-etieby Iticrcunlni: or deerenlui: the amount of jeiin Ufel. tircut care hould be tuken with a Miire or HEM IN WORSTED MATERIALS NT douch which tund u lonp tlun n the (ixemlcht ktrnlcbt douch or the Almcit Invisible Hem Easy to Press otenilcht HK.Iice to keei It much Can Be Made In Heavy Cloth by cooler than whtn the qulckir inethodK Means of the former huie u are unil. crrntiir chance of beeotiilnc wmr, McRODERTS DRUG STORE. A Mxmre. flat hem, elmoat Invlalble The following tinml wlpea lire Ctv. and caay to prei. enn be mudo In Money no 'cnger makes the mure en by fqieclallut of the United Stuti" beiivy worated materlnU by im mis (if It buy cm instend DeiHirtmeut rf Acrlculture: Do not turn the (dge of preaa hem Hut and cat the dun. but Short Proceu, or Straight Dough. rtltrd oter the raw edge and Into the 4 tjfuU 11 lukirnaim IK'1 akirt. taking up but one thread In a I nil 4 trHKinti inch Mitch. Double allk thread Ih 2 UI tula f tuicar tali!c4M ntula ! M.ttri iac. If !' uaed for the work. mato nnd cook alowly for about two bourv. Then add the "tMo, onlou. corn and leiiwnliigi-- . Mil tJ.e Hour wttli it little cold wnUr. udd to tl.e other Ingredient", und cook alowjy tor live or ten mtuutcN. Add tl.e ml.k cr cream. Serve hot. Letting Folks Know It is no uncommon stgtit, especialn the middle west, in riding; thru ' the country to see roadsides stand .rj front of farm houses on which I vanoui farm products such a fruit, pumpkins, melons and tomatoes are I displayed. It seems strange, remark- ' ed one man not long; ago, that so few of the frmers take the pains to tell I about their waret tna n nil in the local paper It would bring; many , an automobile party to their door. , ly rm TtnirTT Cat-Stitc- 4-- tll Uk i ti t liken tf ttii. i rMi lt. ait half to 1 cupful uf iMiuiri to 4 e Money Wakes Money quart of altl4 IWur. KENTUCKY JOCKEY CLUB INCORPORATED LATONIA, KY., COURSE If milk a ued It liould be hcitlifi and loolwl tinlll Itikewnrin U-- re u Inc. When liquid ycul In uiil ttn nlume mut be dediKted from tbe other liquid culled for. Tlila mulec j four lonveK with U MUull MIlH Ki.fl. n ll.( uiuount of the lukewarm liquid. To of the liquid add the nlt. the aucar und khorletilui:. Add tho jeiitt Meu.uru the uud mil u together. alfted Hour Into u bowl und blend with tlila the liquid. If ton aofl to kneud. uild more Hour until of the proper Knead for the to ten lonnUtency mlhiilcH, or until nuooth, elnttle uud no longer stick) Cover with u lid or plate und place where It will If uwuyuulfonu tewfrom drafts and at (MEREST TO Nearly every self made man in the United States started in life at the bottom of the ladder by HEGINNING TO SAVE MONEY WHEN YOUNG. Year after year he added to his savings. In time his opportunity came, and HE HAD THE NECESSARY .MONEY WITH WHICH TO SWING IT, because he had SAVED HIS SURPLUS. ffdl HOUSEWIFt Mukc two or lUnv deaaerta ut cue time, lubor uud fuel. tune uml a rt inn he aewed aerosx the worn tooa of autlu kllp'ra. llnuliil medalllona Odds nun end a of otd bteud made Into a wolbaeaaoued ilrealiig la u gnut addition to uuy touat. a THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. ThriiiiU ilriiwn fn'in old llrukea carpet can be umh for inaiidlng ruga. Wool, of courae, ahould do uavd fuf minding a wooleu rug. Capitol $soooo. Honor Roll Dank Surplus $50fooo. The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, Sept 15, 92 1 I . SAD VISIT Forty Little .ChHdren Go To Vlill Their Leper Parents In charge of three Catholic iters, who conduct a home for them nt Honolulu, forty children left this week for their annual visit to their parrnts, who are living In a colony on the Island of Molokat. Children who are lepers are taken ed In a home where they are cared OUR ANNUAL SEPTEMBER ClittiM Ctltjinn i RATES from their parent at birth and plac- for and educated. None of them are tainted with the disease. The children visit their parent from special guest rooms so arranged that they do not come in physical contact with their afflicted parents. Hy FUR SALE Begins Today During this month we will offer a Special Discount on all Fur Coats and Small Furs, and advise all interested to buy now. Single Insertions Ic a word No ad taken for leu than 20c In this column. No ads In this column charged. Seven Insertions for the price of fire. Phone orders must be paid promptly. i FOR SALE: 100 good sheep, Pool Perklne. Lancaster, Ky. FOR SALE: Pure bred Phone .178-Whit hogs. Chester a man often Mme class. accusing other people of lying put himself In the Jennie Hfggins, FOR SALE; A lot of good home grown, yearling heifers and steers. Phones 53, 178 or 12. (9.l5.7t.-pd.- l W. S. Carrier, FOR RENT: During the school house of six rooms, furnished or unfurnished. Apply at this (9.l6-3t- ) office. MT. HEBRON The baby of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Duncan is very lck Field Seed of nil kind,. Hudion Jt Farnau. Dr. Kauffman, of Casey county is making calls in this locality. Mr. and Mr. Dilard Urumficld and children were In Nicholasville Friday night and Saturday. Mrs. Thomas Norris and son, David, of Hurgin. spent last week wit hrelatives in this community. Mr. Smith Reynolds and Mr. Levi Onstott of Dewitt, III., were visitors of Messrs. Wni. and Hue Onstott last week. Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Montgomery and children were with Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Roberts near Little Hickman Anticipating a great demand for Fur Coats both on account of their great vogue and also because they cdst but little over One-Ha- lf last years prices, we have bought a very complete line of regular Coats and also the new Wrap and Dolman styles. Both plain and trimmed with Skunk and lined. trnn, Squirrel, and all handsomely LOST: Hunch of four or five keys, on or near public square Finder please return to this office (It) BAY SEAL COATS, FRENCH SEAL COATS, HUDSON SEAL COATS, WALLABY COATS, MARMOT COATS, CARACULE COATS PRICES: FOR SALE: Some fancy White Rock cockerel. Phone 307. Mr. II. P. Swope, Lancaster, Ky. Man with ear to ell priced VALLEY guaranteed TIRES '$125 00 per week and comValley Tire Co., missions. It.pd. S. Joseph. Mich. low WANTED: $80. $95. $125, $150, $200, $240, $280 SMALL FURS AND ON UP TO $500 Sunday. Mrs. Rebecca Holtzclaw, of Lex ington, is the truest of her sister, Mrs. K. F. Scott and other relative here this week. Mrs. linrley of Lexington and Mr. Fain, of Nicholasville are the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Hicks and Mr. Joseph Hcik. Mr. and Mrs. J. 11. Dean, Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Dean and Mrs. A. S. Dean were In Lexington Sunday to see Mrs. Sallie Jennings who is ill. Mr. Landram Burdett attended the Lexington fair Thursday. He was accompanied by his wife and Mrs. Ernest Montgomery, who visited 'their sister, Mrs. Wm. Vander-poo- l. ANIMAL SCARFS, CHOKERS, AND TIES IN MINKS, KOLINSKI, MARTENS, SQUIRRELS, BLACK LYNX, FOXES AND WOLVES PRICES $8. TO $100. THE NEW LINE OF FALL AND WINTER TAILORED SUITS, WOOL AND SILK DRESSES, SKIRTS AND COATS ARE NOW ON DISPLAY. STRAYED: To my place about August 15th.. bay mare, with one eye Owner can bav vime by pay ing all charges. Itussell llolton t miles un Buckeye pike It. WANTED To rent farm of 160 or 200 acres for 1922. Have own teams and tool. Will psy money rent or take interest in crop and stock. Ray Ball, Stanford. It. F. I) 4, A. B. DANVILLE, LOYD. Robertson & Bro. KENTUCKY. Lost: Monday afternoon between Lancaster and Covered brtdge on old Danville pike, a child's blue serge coat, with red collar. Return to this office or Mrs. Jim Harris, Hubble, Ky series of meetings conducted by the pastor. Rev. I. W. Manly and Dr. De Garmo, of Mississippi, will A begin at this place Sept. 20th. Ev erybody is Invited to attend these service. Consolidated Hebron began Sept. 5th. with an enrollment of 117. Prof. Ha'rrod, of Frankfort as Principal, Prof. Otis Drown and Miss Kate Holtzclaw a grade teachers and Miss Ruth Broac us as Substitute last week. The Mt Schools POOR RIDGE Mrs Newt Grow is slowly im- proving. Miss Alice Ray visited Mrs. Elijah McMllilan last week. Genuine Kanawha Salt. liudton & Farnau. Mrs. Elijah McMllilan spent Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. John Ray. Mrs. J. A. Masters visited Mrs. Marion Hurt tn Madison who is quite ill. Mr. and Mrs. Kirby Teater attended the fair at Lexington Tuesday. Mrs. Squire Whittaker spent a few days recently with Lancaster relatives. Edd Moberley bought Mine hogs 9 cts. per from J. A. Master pound. Hazel Preston spent one night last week with her cousin, Hallie B. Mis Duncan. Mr. and Mr. Huke Preston spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Preston. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Matthew and daughter spent Thursday with Mrs. Patsy Simpson at Judson. Mr. and Mr. Dan Ray and Miss Lovie Drown were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Simpson Sunday. Miss lLnda Ellen Preston and Mr. Ilurnctt Preston spent Sunday with ' Misses Christine and Olivia Preston. Mr. and Mrs. L, Cobb and daugh ter and Mrs. R. II. Preston and chil dren spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Masters. Mr. and Mrs. Hobart Grow, Mrs. Cloo Ray and children and Mr. Sam 'Taylor spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Llge Bolton. Mrs. Walker Burdette and chll with Mr, and dren spent the week-en- d Mrs. R. Z. Price at Paint Lick. ML Bcmlce Metcalf accompanied them home for several days visit. tobacco grower it most cordially inMr. and Mrs. Ruford Smith were Hammonds. vited to attend. guests Suttiiay of Mr. and Mrs. Jonn The Bethel school is having good Ray and family. attendance. Ren Evans U the teachGUNNS CHAPEL Mr. and Mrs. Howard Logan and er. He will sure learn the children daughter of Nina, visited relatives if they will take learning. Master J. W Tester has been ill. here Saturday night and Sunday. d News has come from W, H. Miss Ethel A gee has been a guest Mr. and Mrs. Preston Snyder en-- j and family of Missouri, that of Muses Anle and Flora May. Monday to they arrived home tertained several friends afe from their Prof, and Mrs. Adams openeii tne dinner in honor of their daughter,, visit in Kentucky. . school hero Sept. 5th. Miss Gladys. It being her fourteenth birthday, There will be a meeting of the Mr. Amon won the first and '.'ml. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Matthew had Burlejr Tobacco Growers at the prizes on a calf exhibited. to dinner Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. Mania School House Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Kurtz pent Rill Matthew and daughter, Alreigh, Mrs. Ollie Rlack and baby, Edna Report of the condition of Earl, Mrs. Jim Matthew and baby. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. S. Ray enter tained Sunday to dinner Mr. and Doolin and daughters, Bank, doing business at the town of Lancaster, County of Garrard, State Mrs. Tom Misses Cora and Flora, Mrs. Newt of Kentucky at the close of business on Mth. day of September, 1921 Sanders, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Snyder RESOURCES and daughter, little Miss Alliu B.. Messrs. James Sanders, Earl Doolin, $332.0 U.7 1 Loans and Discounts Robert Ray, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Ray, Overdrafts secured and unsecured 2,371.92 Mr. and Mr. Harris Teater and at29,300.00 Flocks, Bonds and other Securities aftractive son, W. M. and In the . Due from Banks 53.270.0j . ternoon Mr. and Mr. I L. Matthews. Cash on hand C.581.12 A delightful day was spent. 727.86 . Checks and other cash items Kin-nair- Mrs. Marion Wells and Mrs. Mary Sept. 17tb., at 7 P. M. Wilson were at Richmond Saturday This is one time that the Burlejr Mr. J. D. Ray spent Saturday to see Dr. Gibon. growers have an opportunity to take with Mr. Fred Snyder. Harry Anderson and family, Mari advantage of an unsalfitk leader and Fitld seed, of all kinds. on Wells and family were guest of should fljet behiod this movement and Hudson A Farnau. Mr. and Mrs. Hylam Sunday. get a reasonable profit for their toMr. and Mrs. Marshal Ray are atMr. and Mrs. Jasper Hulette are tending the convention at Bybe, Ky., rejoicing over the arrival of a fine bacco. This method will be eapleined at Manse on the above night. Every this week. boy. He has been named Jasper THE GARRARD BANK AND TRUST CO. ..................... ,.- CARTERSVILLE Mr. and Mrs. Zack Wilson visited Mrs. John Yarber Sunday. Mr. Yantis, of Hyattsville, visited Mr. and Mrs. Hylam Sunday. Jennie Wells, who has been sick i able to be to school again. Mr. Hylam has bought a nice Banking House. Furniture and Fixtures Total .. ............... 8,000.00 $132,298.97 LIABILITIES f $50,000.00 Capital Stock paid In, In cash 30,000.00 Surplus Fund 983.81 Undivided Profits, less expenses and taxes paid.......... $215,191.31 -- . Deposits subject to check 91,107.02 Time Deposit 311,033.05 1,134.09 bunch of calves at 5 cts. per pound. Savings Genuine Kanawha Salt. 281.18 Due Banks and Trust Companies Hudson 4 Farnau. 10.000.00 Bills Payable Mr. Leonard Hylam, who has had u very serious case of tonsilitis is $132,298.97 Total better. Tobacco housing and bean picking STATE OF KENTUCKY. COUNTY OF GARRARD, SS. We. R. E. McROUERTS and J. W. ELMORE, Prenldent and Qashler are all the go in this community at of the above named Bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is this time. Mr. Williams and family, of lllion true to the best of our knowledge and belief. R. E. McROBERTS. President is, are visltng frends and relative .J. W. ELMORE, Cashier at ths place. sworn to before me this Mth. day of September, 1921. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Creech visited Subscribed and My Commission Expires July 9, 1925. Mr. and Mrs. John Creech Saturday ' ' E. L. Gadberry. Notary Public. night and Sunday. ..... .. ........................ FOR RENT: A desirable brick residence, for family or boarding house, 12 room, heated by furnace, splendid bathroom and close to pubWednesday in Harrodsburg lic Square. Apply: Mr and Mrs. J M. Amon attended HaselJen Brothers. the fair at Lex.ngton Thursday Olf RENT: Garaw FOR SALE Mr. Curtis East, of Nicholasville. on Public Square. Possession given was here on business last week. Address Seed Rye, Seed Barley, Timothy January 1st., 1922. , AJlle Arnold, Hudson A Farnau. Seed. Colorado Springs, Colo. Mr. J A. Amon and son, James R., Care of School for the Deaf. will attend the State Fair this week. Dr. G. M. Hendren and Mr. John Land were tn Nicholasville Saturday. FOR RENT; Two-stor- y house ami The meeting at the Methodist 27 acres of land, now in grass, good church will continue until Saturday, corn and tobacco land. Well barn One-haand all out buildings. mile Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Chandler of from Buckeye. Malmda Ray, tancaster are hero with friend and Buckeye, Ky relatives. Oliver Silo Cutters, on trucks Jesse Hurt and Ltge Mesdame Hurt were called to see Mrs. Marion $1 75.00 ; Oliver Riding Plows $50,; Cutting Harrows $19.50; Smoothing Hurt, who is dangerously ill. Harrow. $18.00; Walking Plows Messrs. Harvey Teater and John among those who attend- $15; Manure Spreaders $10; one- Land were horse Wheat Drills $35; lee Cream ed court at Stanford Monday. Freezers at cost Stilt triming Mr. and Mrs. II. M. Kurtz and prices and not customer. children were in Lexington to atJ. P.. MOUNT St CO. tend the Blue Grass Fair Saturday. One barn for rent, has 3 Urge box Mist Iva Hollon visited Mr. and stalls, one largo hall for auto, one She has charge of Mrs. John Land. large loft Will hold quite a lot of the school at Glensboro, Anderson tobacco. J. D. Steenbergen, county. Campbell St., near the Garrard Mr. and Mrs. Allen Burton of JesTobacco Warehouse, Lancaster samine, and Miss Sadie Chandler, of Ky. Madison spent the week-en- d with Mr. 1,500 Watkins Men ar making and Mrs. Harvey Teater and the money selling 175 standard national Miste Teater. ly advertised products direct from Master James R. Amon was the manufacturer to farmers. Why be happy winer of the first prue In the idle? Here'. your life chance. If Boys' Pig Club exhibit at Lancaster you own team or automobile, are Sept. 3rd. ,lt is impossible to calcu-lat- e under 50 and can give bond we start what the training the boys and you with big stock uf good all fargirls received in these clubs of vari- mers need. Nearby territory open, ous kinds may mean to them in hapJ. R. WATKINS CO.. piness and contentment as well as Dent. 112. Winona. Minn. financially. The work of the Home Demonstration Agent and of a Farm Agent should receive the hearty cooperation und support of every I am prepared to take orders for any and all magazines and would appreciate such favors from my friend. t) lf t) Magazines. Wallaceton Win. Mrs. Dolly Brown. The Wallaceton and Cartersville Force of habit leads many a woman Junior base ball teams crossed bats to knit her brows while knitting the ground Friday after- family socks. on the former1 noon. Tin was a gocjcigarne and both sides played hard, but the Wallace-to- n boys were little the best. When the game ended Wallace-towas on her 9th. Inning, without an out when Cartersville called time on them the score was 18 to IB, n There is a vast difference between Henry Ford and the other railroad magnates of the country. Henry has taught them how to reduce freight rates without reducing their net in comes, but they persistently refuse to be taught