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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): December 8, 1921 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1921 cen1921120801_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): December 8, 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. "t. f. THE CENTRAL RECORD. THItTT IINH TA LANCASTER. KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON, DECEMBER 8, 1921. NUIIII SI. 1 ELECTION OF DELEGATES CHRISTMAS GOODS Disabled Garrard Coun ty Service Men'. Lapcaster Merchants Market The American Legion of the lleldnl For The Burley Tobacco No. 35 will have Mr. Sanford Tost Have - A Large ing Association, To Be Held At The Court Cross Co-operati- ve mportant Meeting Of 95 PER CENT' Tobacco Grower in OF GROWERS Lancaster A meeting Is called by Judge Lewis , r Walker, Chairman of the live Tobacco Marketing Association, nd for all of those who have signed Practically every show window Is Patsoneau Declares Growers Taking filled with Chriitmai Rift, anl the of the delegates to select the director of the Hurley Co the contract, to be held In Lancas The election Advantage Of Opportunity To on Saturday, December 10th., at merchant are looking forward to operative Marketing Association will be held In the County Court Room, ter uu r. m. one of the largest Christmat sales Join Association, la Evan at the Court Houe In Lancaster, Monday, Dec. 12th., t92I, from 8:00 All farmers who have not signed vr known before. The Dry Goods A. M. to 4:00 I M. the contract and who desire to sign Greater Numbers Tha a, :storet have everything for the ladle All farmer who have signed the contract have been sent a Iwllot with should do so at once at the books will while the gent furnishings store are Eapected. filled likewise for the men. The the names of eight men of whom you will vote for only four, however, be closed on that date. The object of this meeting Is to Jewelry and Drug Store have their any of them, you may write In if you do not wi.h to vote for Lexington, Ky., Dec. 1, When tho explain the operation of the Assousual lance line of Jewelry cut glasa, books of the Hurley Tobacco Growthe names of any four farmers who have signed the contract. ciation up to date. fancy china and toys. The HardAssociation closo Judge Walker requests that far ers' These ballots must be mailed or delivered to KLKCTION OFFICERS ware merchant how a large line of ASSUUIA- - mers who have signed the contract December 10th., the membership will OF THK HURLEY TOIIACCO GROWERS grocerymen are deco. gift and the total 90 or 95 per cent of tho total with fruit, M., at which time, the polls by all means be present at the above rating their window TION on or before Monday evening, at 4:00 number of tobacco growers in the time. andirs and cake. will be closed, and the election officers, who are Messrs. Alex Doty, Shir district, if the ratio of gain since We call your attention to the ninny Saturday Is maintained, was the ley Hudson and J. M. Craig, will Immediately count the ballots and the Court. ad in this week' Record offering statement made, today by Joseph four men receiving the largest number of vote will be declared th many useful Christmas suggestions. ClrOrganization Manager, who By Auto. delegate, who will In turn meet at the Court House in Stanford, Ky., on The Garrard County term of quiteRun Down had charge, of the formation of the ruit court is stilt in session and 1'. M. with the delegate from the three Memorial Mr. Sam Haselden, of Ilryantsville, Tuesday, December 13th., at 2:00 number of cases have been tried, association through the campaign for t this the following case having been dis- signatuxxe. Mr. Passoneau said that In loving remembrance of Mr. had the misfortune of being run counties of this district and they will elect the director to rcpreu-nposed of since the last issue of the tho membership already had reached Mary Agnes llroaddu, born Aug, down by an auto driven by a Mr. ('(strict. 50,000 and was growing every day, 17th., 1844; died Nov. 30th., I DIM, Caldwell, of Danville, on lat Thurs. For your convenience we print a sample ballot. Remember you vote RECORD. day night. Mr. Haselden had startJohn U Coldiron vs - ft N. Rail asrepatts came in from the different .at 1:46 P.M. for only four (4) of the gentlemen named or you may write in the name- road Co., received judgment of $185. counties of the district, in which tier going away was at peaceful ed across the street from hi store when the car came up, Mr. Haselden cf any one else whom you know to be in the Association, and by all Mr. Coldiron received this judgment outside growers have had the oppora the sunset on a summer's eve. Mr. Ilroaddus win a daughter of stopping and also Mr. Caldwell, and means send In your ballot to the gentlemen named at the County Court for shortage in the shipment of a car tunity tincc Saturday last to sign load of coal. the association contract. Thomaa Woolfolk and Margaret lien in about the same breath Mr. Hiwl Itoom In Lancaster, Dec. 12th., 1921, by 4:00 P. M. R. II. Ilatson vs American Express "With the opening of the memberdren Woolfork; the wife of Mr. T. L den started across, thinking that Mr. Co., received judgment for $150. ship books of the association last Broaddui, who preceded her, nine Caldwell was stopping for him and "OFFICIAL HALLOT." Mr. Cadwt-l- t thinking the same, the Saturday," said Mr. Passonncau, for merchandise lost In transit. year ago. ASSOCIATION HUULKY TOHACCO GROWERS' Commonwealth of Kentucky vs "new members havo joined the asTo thii union were given two chil result was that the car struck Mr. GARRARD COUNTY. Rcather and Howard Murphy for as sociation, even more extensively dren. Mr. Will I.ear. and a little Haselden, knocking him down and rendering him unconscious. He whs sault ami battery. Heather was than had been anticipated. If the on, who died in infancy. FOR DELEGATION TO DISTRICT CONVENTION fined one cent ami cost and Howard same rate of sign up contracts unMr. llroaddu leave to mourn her removed Immediately to the residence VOTE FOR ONLY FOUR. Murphy was fined $250.00 and cost. til the 10th., of eDcember, the pool Iom, beilde her daughter, two sis of hi son, Mr. J. It. Haselden, on Same vs Allie and Tom Murphy will undoubtedly reach the 90 per and a half brother: Mr. Robert Hill Court, and is resting easy. Mr. U G. DAVIDSON ten, H. S. GAY . for malicious beating, Allie Murphy centmark before the books are final(Sutley, of thl county, Mr. Jane Haselden' many friends with for his JOHN M. FARRA K.EMP WALKER fined $200. and cost nnd Tom Mur ly closed. In fact, I would not be Murphy, of Lexington and John speedy recovery. R. L. BURTON TANDY CENTERS phy $100. and cost. surprised if we succeeded in getting Woolfolk, of Lexington. WILLIAM SCOTT Romans I). A. HERVEY Same vs Andrew Estes for mali more than 9 5perc ent of all Hurley The two Mr. W. Mrs. W. clous beating, fined $76. and cost. tobacco growers in the fourstates rep R. Battln and Mrs. 11. C. Rose were Improving. READ THIS NOTE. Same vs Tom Rogers maliciou resented in the contract." at near and dear to her a her very shooting, fined $50. and cost. "When the pool wat declared as The many friends of Mrs. W. J Do not lose this ballot. own, at well as the two little great-gran- d 1. Same vs Walker Bess giving cold formed on November lth.C, somechildren, Willie Alrnr and Romans will be glad to learn that 2. If you do not care to vote for men suggested, write in the names thing over forty-tw- o checks, $15. nnd cost. she l rapidly regaining her health, thutand conJames Lear. you want to vote for. Same v Wra Jeters giving cold tracts had been turned Into the orMr. llroaddu united with the after a very serious operation that County , i 3. All members of the Association living In Garrard ganization. This number hat been checks, $17.50 and cost. Christian church In early life and was performed in Danville recently. eligible as delegates. First National Rank of Aberdeen, swelled to over fifty thousand. This lived a consistent member, always emulating the teaching of her MasMall this ballot to the County Election Committee at the Court received judgment against Mr. Floyd does not mean, however, that eight 4. thousand names have been added ter, by her service In doing good to atlluuw. in Ijincaster. Ky.. or vote in person by delivering the ballot Curtis for suit on note. Quite a number from here will oRports on a The case of Robert I.unsford for 'since last Saturday. all with whom she came in contact. tend the Charity game of foot ball Monday to the said committee hand not later than 4:00 P. M killing Mr. Jasper was continued considerable amount of tobacco that She walked in the old path, and on Cheek Field in Danville tomorDec. 12th., 1921. until next term of court, owing to 'had been pledged prior to the 15, did tha progressive new of the day row, (Friday) afternoon. Thii will SIGN NAME PLAINLY. some of the witnesses on both sides 'not reach headquarters in time to be had no charms for her. be the last time our local people will not being able to appear. included nithe figures represented in She loved her home and her have the chance to tec the great the report of November ICth., and friend with a devotion too deep for "wonder team" In action. The game Preston-Ea- st. Church Notes is consequently included inthc addiexpression. B. Y. is given for the benefit of the Kentional eight thousand contracts. Miss Christine Preston and Mr. ller great heart was ever sym- tucky Children's Orphan Home There will be the regulsr services U. "We have not as yet totalled all pathising with not only friends, but and a charge of $1.00 to all at the Methodist church next Sun- Harney East were married Nov. 23rd of the tobacco represented in the atrangers In sickness or trouble. by Rev. E. R. Bour morning services at the An Important meeting for will be made, with no seats reserved. day. The Sunday She created by her genial spirit the organization of an Associational Bap- contracts received since November will be followed by the Sacramental land. true Southern hospitality that charThe bride is 19 years of age, an tist Young People's Union was held 15th., but inasmuch as the forty-tw- o service. acterised her home. She counted is the beautiful and accomplishe at the Baptist Church here on Fri thousand contracts counted in on Sunday evening by Preaching nothing too much to do for the represented A Success. C. L. Uohon, P. E., of the Danville daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. II. Pres day. This organization has for its that date tobacco, if the 175,000,000 friends and relatives who come to same ratio will be fol- ton, while the groom is the 22 year purpose the promotion of young peo poundsof The dollar day sales that was In- District anil this service are her. ple's societies in the Baptist churches is maintained, we probably have lowed by the Quarterly Conference. old son of Mrs. Lucy East, and is Her hands were untiring in loving augurated by the merchants of the A full attendance of the member- young farmer of stering worth. of South District Association. An pledged at the present time about million service, not only in the home circle, city belonging to the l.ancaster ana ship at both ten-iceMr. East is to be congratulated on nual conventions will be held and one hundred and ninety is desired. The but many are the that Garrard County Chamber of Com- Sunday School and Epworth League winning the hand of this beautiful young people's unions organized in pounds. have been cheered by package of merce was a decided success. "In point of membership the Bur-le- y The young lady for a help-matThis sale was held for one day only need you, and you need the spiritual have the best wishes of their many churches that have no such organlza home-mad- e bread, chickens, etc., she Tobacco Growers' uplift to be derived from them. tion at present. and the people had a chance of buytook so much pleasure in sending. Sunday, friends for a long life of happiness program yesterday was ue- - Assclatlon Is the largest i he Come to all of the service A more unselfish life could not ing five dollars worth of merchandise and prosperity. voted largely to organization. For in the United States. In addition, and getting one dollars worth of and you will receive a hearty hand lived. be o delegates representing a doz when measured in tcrmt of tho pershake and n welcome that will make No deceit lurked in her heart, she merchandise free.v you feel like coming again. Some en churches were present to start the centage signed up to the Association, was free from guile; pure and genWhat came as a surprise to the! work In fine shape. Mr. Lyman P. it is the strongest pool that ever has have been making regular visits to Inspection. tle In her nature, ever standing for It it true that their relatives, make a visit to the many relatives and friends was th Halley, State B. V. P. U. Secretary, been organized. right against the wrong, she hat playThe Annual Inspection of Ityan old home church, and see if you will marriuge of Miss Lou Delia Pence was present and delivered a very tome of the California ed the past of a rval "Soldier of the Commandery will bo held on Thurs- not feel better on blue Monday. and Mr. Simmie Clark on last Wed inspirational address at the morning now havo ninety pcrc cnt pool, but Cross," in the great drama of life. day evening, December 8th., at Dan- God has greatly you in nesday evening. They were marric blesesd session. Then informal reports of this 9 Oper cent has been obtained Her ever' thought was for other. ville, Ky. An elaborate dinner will many ways, so show your apprecia- by Rev. Price Smith, of this city the Unions now at work were made after several years of successful operNo more fitting tribute could bo paid bo served in the dining room on the I knov of no Miss Peace is the oldest daughte by delegates. The noon hour was ation. tion by attending the church services her than to say, "She hath done what fourth floor of the Masonic Building, regularly. , of Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Peace, of thi spent In a friendly circle while par- anywhere In tho United States that aha could," In all things, but especi- at 7 P. M. It Is hoped that every city, ana Is one ot Lancaster s ac taking of the delightful lunch served was tuccessful in getting an 85 per ally did she live up to the standard member will attend, and urge that by the Women's Missionary Society cent pool prior to its incorporation." Church News. complished young ladies. of the following lines: those having uniforms, please wear Mr. Clark is the youngest son of the Baptist church. them. The II. Y. P. U. entertained their Mr. Sim Clark, near Judson, and Officers were elected at the afterLord help me live from day to day W.'II. Carter, Recorder. friends, young, old and middle aged one of Garrard's most popular young noon session and the final work of In such a telf.forgctful way at the pastor's home on Tuesday eve- farmers. organization completed. Mr. E. T. That even when I kneel to pray, ning. About sixty were in attendTheir many friends wish them Thompson, of Lancaster, was elected My prayer shall be for Others. of The new musical comedy, De ance and all were in the spiritvitl-to- long life, and much happiness on th president and Mr Go.rdon Doty, of r sea of matrimony. the same city, was elected secretary. Luxe, clean, dainty and fascinating, sociability. There were several More prises were won by Ballard's Help me In the work 1 do, present from neighboring BapDanville Metsenger. will be staged in Danville, Dec. 14th To ever be sincere and true. Obelisk Flour at ike Kentucky State tist Unions, who contributed by their and 16th., by a professional director, And know that all I'd do for you, Fair than were won by alt other ocwho represents the John II. Rogers presence the pleasure of the Seed. Must needs be done for Ol her. Sour combined. casion. Lively games, vocal music Producing Co. 260 local people Out of 29 first prises awarded 21 The med from tho large 10214 take part. Scenery and costumes, and delicious refreshments combined Let "self" be crucified and slnln, pound pumpkin is now ready for winners used Ballard's Obelisk for In by producers and designed to make the evening enjoyable And buried deep. And all in vain furnished distribution, as long as they last, to their bread, buscuits, cakes and rolls. by one of New York's talented every particular. "In every community men and subscribers of the Central Record, May efforts b to rise again, We believe this record hat never Mr. Eugene Thompson, the newly women have Scenic designer are said to bo thu had an opportunity now who will renew their subscriptions, been equaled by ANY FLOUR ANY Unlet to live for Others. elected President of tho Association last word, both In splendor and ,lto know what Prohibition means, or for any new subscribers. WHERE. II. Y. P. U. of South District, will "Musi-ca- l al They know that debts arc more And when my work on earth Is done, beauty. He sure to see this BALLARD'S OBELISK FLOUR is Of course there will not be enough sergreatest event bo present at tho young people's extravaganza" promptly paid, that men take horn And my new work in heaven'a begun, seed to go around to all of our 2,000 mad from the finest wheal, in a vice next Sunday evening, and will ever staged in a town the slzo of Danthe wages that onco were wasted I subscribers, but the May I forget the crown I've won clean miH. first ones will bo of ville. Admission, 7 Get, and 11.00. also preach at thu evening hour saloons; that families are clothed While thinking still of Other. BaHard'e Obelisk it the best Sour service. His message will deal with and fed, and more money tind It served. Renew now. it Is possible te make out of wheat. the relation of tho young peoplu to way into the savings banks. The Notice. Those paying accounts to Mr. Try a sack today. We deliver in the work of the church. A cordial liquor traffic wat destructive of much Ralla Arnold Francis or to Ike firm town. All persons who will apply for Invitation la extended to all to atHudson A Farnau, that was most precious in American of Francis Smith are entitled to Sole Agents In Garrard County. The Masonic Lodge of this city posltlpna under city, beginning Jan2 tend this service. life. In the faco of to much will have a goose supper tonight. 1st., 1022, will plcaso file their apticket on th prlte given Dec. 22nd. Paul's first letter to the Corinon that point what conscientiCard have been received by all Ma- - plications . on or beforo Dec. 19th., thians la being studied at our mid- ous man would want to let hi own smi inviting thtm to be present. with W. F. Champ. Time. week prayer services with Increasing selfish desires influence him Subscriptions taken to all maga-tiae- a to vote Tha Mater will be served by the Interest and attendance. Our goal to bring it back? Our colored friend, Bunco) Ad No, it Isn't the short skirt that are In another generand periodical. Paul Morrow. Bootsm tiara of the Masonic lodge In attendance each week to becoming popular. It's what they is fifty ation I believe that liquor will have am, la as busy at a bird doc this la tha lobby of the Court House. study tho Bible. Have you signed? disappeared not merely reveal. Were you ever real hungry! from our week killing hoga fertae folk. He The topic for the next Sunday politic, but from la well prepared to kill your hoc and our memories." Then think of the poor starving Arate iMakt What will U and 60 Whenever we have to hop from In mora lac's will call for them and deUver them la tamo will bo "The Go to the "Districk y? Yet it will five a poor front of a sposaiog car wo foci Just menians. teowta Seeurrty in Christ." Every Fiftv rnta will save a Ufa tar tho proper shape the same day. Apmoalaa Wead and Ufa for one to lko putting that bird in froat of a member la urged to bo present and three days. Go see "DUtrick Skule," Stasia" at the School Auditorium Bunco euro doe know Ma baa! ' ' mmm oar ant) aot (Wing alas, time to hep. visitors are always welcome. An VTrtdatf avaaliw. Mai. fllk Friday evening, Dec. 9th. Selection. Stonewall Norman of the Ited Chapter, of Richmond, here on Saturday, December 10th., from 8 A. M. to 4:00 1'. M., for the purpose of filling out all claims for the ditnbled service men of Garrard county. Mr. Norman will be at the Cham- ber of Commerce headquarter, over the Puritan, at the above time and date. man is cor Every disabled sen-Icdially Invited to call on Mr. Norman and Interview him on any subject pertaining to hi disability received while In service. The American Legion i strictly a SOLD I KltS" ORGANIZATION and away will be found to be of service men. to the Ho not let this opportunity pa e House In Lancaster, Monday, Dec. 12th. May Be In Tobacco PooL 1 Circuit grand-daughter- J. Charity Game Methodist Association! P. So-cie- ty Organized Dollar Day Sales s sick-roo- Peace Clark Knight Baptist 1 "Springtime Ballard's Obelisk Flour At The Kentucky State Fair. The President Qf The United States On Prohibition. Pumpkin spot-less- ly Gmm Supper Tonight. evi-den- Hog Killing Subscriptions Tho Central Record. Lancaster Ky.iThurstlay, BURLEY Dc 8. 1821. THEY WERE CROOKED NOW THEY ARE STRAIGHT worn that I could not wear them any longer. taking them to My Shoe Heels were so crooked and Sole so j GROWERS Farm And Home News From Over Kentucky Get Charter In North What Is expected to be one of the best Junior agricultural calf clubs in Carolina. Kentucky Is being developed In MarLargest In Aasorka In lon county by County Agent H. After MANLEY ft WILSON Shot Hospital and lenvinK them for one day, they came back good as new. ORCHARD GROVE Matter Samuel Clark, of Lancas-tc- r ON spent the Thanksgiving holiday with his sister, Mrs. Gabe Huffman. Mr. HuMrll Humprhcy In visiting Blood relatives In this neighborhood. Health-Th- en .Mm. Geo. Edington and children Comes spent Friday and Saturday with her parents ,Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Humphrey. Mr. and Mrs Frank Dennis and Once the vigor of red blood bechildren spent Thanksgiving with comes sapped of Its strength, the door Mr. and Mrs. Gabe Huffman. to happiness is literally slammed nd Sallie Mae Weariness of body follows and it un Misses Virgie Humphrey were guests of Miss Jose- failingly engenders the depressed thoughts. To be reserved and cheer phine Huffman Sunday. sons, less becomes a habit. After a time Mr. and Mrs. Olllc Lane and of ML Hebron spent Sunday with there is an almost filmy dimness in the expression of the eyes and a palMr. and Mr. Geo. Edington. lor to the skin. Days seem dull and Mr. and Mrs. Gabe Huffman spent A sense of inSaturday and Sunday night with her dark and difficult. sufferable gloom pervades the spirit. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Clark, of Then it is that Gude's Lancaster. is the great help. It is n red Mr. and Mrs. Price Huffman and blood builder. It puts red into the children and Mr. and Mrs. Taylor blood Increases the number of corHuffman and children spent Thanks, puscles which make blood rich and giving with Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Huff- red. When the blood is restored to man. its natural healthy state, the sensaMrs Taylor Huffman entertained tion of g returns. Instead the following guests Sunday: Mr. and of shuffling along carelessly, there is Mrs. Gabe Huffman, Mr. and Mrs. the firm and springy step, the bright Cronlcy Hardwick and Mr. and Mrs. lustcrful eyes, the clear complexion, Price Huffman and children. identified with the strength and vigThe druggists Mr. Gabe Huffman had a very nar- or of good health. n in both row escape last Wednesday, while has Gude's Advertise riding one of the mules hitched to a liquid and tablet form. wagon load of com, the mute became ment. frightened throwing Mr. Huffman wagon. The beneath the loaded front wheel ran over his left arm, which was badly bruised but not When things don't go the way they broken and had he not been taken ' should Or when they simply lag along, from between the wheels just at the right time his head would probably Just stiffen up your back n bit Then sing a cheery little song have been crushed by the rear wheel. And push. Push, PUSH! THE DOOR SLAMS HAPPINESS Poor Makes Bad The "Blues" well-bein- Tepto-Manga- Push all seems goln' bad Or when it on the downward trend, enthusiastic Arc always the most There's Just one thing that will bring concerning the excellence of our it back DRY CLEANING AND One thing will make the bad times REMODELING DEPARTMENTS end We have one of the most efficient That's push, Push, PUSH! in the country- - Fun transformed into the mode very quickly. Men's and women's garments altered in any Tis Push that makes this old world go way desired. Ti Push that keeps It goin We dye fur skins and remodel them 'Tis Push that mukes the wind to In any way. blow We tailor make men's or ladies' 'Tis Push that keeps it blowin suits, 950.00 up. Latest styles. Just push, Push, PUSH! We pay $2.50 railroad faro on every custom mad suit ordered from Xo matter what you try or do, u. If you'd be sure to make it win Send goods parcel post. We have You've got to get behind it with no agents. A mighty lot of Puih and then THE TEASDALE CO. Just push, Push, PUSH! 625-62WALNUT STREET Elizabeth Alice Clcgg. CINCINNATI, OHIO. 7 People for Whom the Best When business Is None Too Good Childress and Assistant County Agent L. C. Urewer. Members of the North Carolina corporated club will develop n purebred heifer y Sasrfro Will Return To of one of the beef breeds as their start In raising cattle. About Doc. 9th. Dairying Is receiving Increased attention from Crittenden county, reLexington, Ky.. Dec. I. The Hur- - port from County Agent J. R. Spenley Tobacco Growers' cer states. Several farmers in the Association, controlling neorly county are planning to purchase pounds of burley tobacco purebred dairy animals whlln Inquirand with 50,000 members, the larg ies on dairying subjects from others association ever or Indicate that this form of farm bust-nes- s est ganized in America, has been Incormay prove popular with farmers porated Inthe State of North Caro of the county in the future. lina. Work in the eradication of tuberNews of the incorporation of the culosis in Union county dairy cattle association was received from New Is progressing rapidly, n report from York In a telegram to Organization County Agent A. M. Allen shows. Manager Joseph Passoneau from Forty farmers In the county recentAaron Sapiro, attorney, who drew ly were visited In the Interests of the Dear Old Santa Clauo will soon bo her. the marketing contract. The Incor work after which 178 animals were Den't put off your Xmaa shopping until the poration was effected at Ralelh. tested for symptoms of the disease. last few tlay. North Carolina, and under the laws county concerns Interested You will find hopping a pleasure if you come of that State. As soon as it is made and individuals are with to our tore a no select gifts for your loveef one. legal to do so, which is expected to County Agent J. W. Jones in a movebe at the coming session of The gen ment for more and better dairy cat- We have gift for every ago from kaby to granc-p- a gifts that you will bo prove! to give. ernl assembly, the Association will be I tie In the dairy sections of the coun-- , reincorporated In Kentucky. ty, according to a report. The earlier you come, the easier it will be for Mr. Sapiro will return to Kentucky you to make your choice. At least 20 poultry' raisers In Crit-- I December 9th., to advise in other tenden county are expected to con Our Perfumes make ideal gifts. matters of detail in connection with duct demonstrations during the comCome to US for it. t the permanent organization and ing year in with Counwhich will be held Decem- ty Agent John K. Spencer and the ber 12th, and which will be follow- College of Agriculture extension dlvi- ed by the district meetings of dele- ston. The demonstrations will be de gates, which will choose directors for signed to show the best methods of Monday, the, week of Thanksgiving. districts. These di- j housing, feeding and managing farm the twenty-twMARKSBURY Her guests Included Misses Emily rectors will handle the affairs of the , birds and the increased profits which Miss Emma Holmes, of Crab Or- and Mae Bourne, of West Lancaster. 50,000 members of the association result rrom sucn a system. chard, Is the guest of Miss Deane Mae Ilell Sutton and Alice Sutton. Mr. andthe sale of their tobacco. Two more Carroll county fanners Sapiro probably will remain in Ken- have been enrolled in the campaign Hunter. Rev. Lewis Thompson and son, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Price, of Hoyle countucky until the association has nam- for improved livestock, according to Eugene Thompson, Messrs. Gordon ed Its directors and Is actually ready a report of Cunty Agent G. C. Koutt. ty, have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Doty and Homer Rico went to Danfor business. i Thpv- - have airrepil to um nothlnif hat Mote Pollard. ville last Friday to assist in formlng-Notice has gone out to every to purebred sires in all their breeding' A member from earh group of the union or an association of H. Y. P. bacco grwer who signed the contract work. D. Y. P. U. carried out good pro U., under control of the churches of that the association had been "duly grams at Rev. Skaggs' church at the S. D. A. There were eleven pasand legally incorporated" and that A man should never refer to his Paint Lick Sunday evening. tors, as well as other members preseech grower would receive instruc- wife as the "old woman." It gives The Ladies' Working Society will ent. A very enjoyable day was tions in due course telling him where away his own age. meet with Mrs. A. J. Ulce next Thurs- spent, and much enthusiasm wa to deliver his tobacco to the associday at 2:00 P.M. All member are manifested In organizing the union. CtHJPLC ation. The ntice is signed by ttbert A IWDiTY-YIAJ- I invited to be present at this impor- As a result of the meeting Messrs. W. Bingham, chairman of the orMr. and Mrs. T. B. Carpenter. meeting. Ted Eugene Thompson was elected Pi-- , suffered from kidney tant ganization committee, and Joseph Messrs. Ted Eugene Thompson President and Gordon Doty, Secretrouble. He says: "My wife and I Passoneau, organization Manager. suffered from kidney trouble and had and Gordon Doty and Misses Ida and tary and Treasurer. No doubt The notice, In full, follows: rheumatic pains all through the body. IlUnche Speakc were invited to at- the asoociation will bo successNotSco To Subscribers The first few doses of Foley Kidney tend a social given by the U. Y, P. ful under the leadership of these two You re hereby notified that the Pills relieved us, and five bottles enworthy young men. tirely cured us. Altho we are both in U. at the Mt. Hebron church. The meeting-wa-s Hurley Tobacco Growers the seventies, wc are as vigorous at held at the llaptist church at Mrs. Mote Pollard entertained at a Association has been duly and legal- we were thirty years ago." houic party from Thursday until Danville. ly Incorporated, and you will receive Stormes Drug Store instructions in due course, telling you where to deliver your tobacco to the Association. Dated at Lexington, Ky., this 30th. day of November, 1921. Itobert V. Hingham, Chairman Organization Committee. COAST TO COAST CHAIN OF STORES Joseph Passoneau, Organization Manager. Ken-tack- i. auttabl rJO,-000,0- a GIFTS foreveiyont oi then. McRoberts Drug Store o a Ml Hsr-risbur- g. A DAMAGE To Stored Grains Is WORLD mm STOKES LANCASTER KENTUCKY. 7fvS fi COY S. SANDERS. PROP. Threatened By Weevils. Grain weevils, recognized by ns one of the serious pests of stored grain that usually gives trouble at this time of the year, must be guarded against carefully If serious damage is to be avoided .according to suggestions by Harrison Gar-maentomologist at the Kentucky Station. Experiment Agricultural Mild winter weather which often pre vails In Kentucky contributes toward making the insect a destructive pest andwhen serious outbreaks of it occur in stored grain, the farmer often is required to dispose of it sooner than he had planned in order to avoid complete loss. Wheat, rye and sometimes corn are the chief grains attacked. Tests conducted by the station in dicates thntthc damage done by the weevils Is reduced If the storage place of the grain Is kept cool all winter. In cases where heavy In festatlons haw occurred the Insects have been destroyed by opening the windows and doors of the storage place and allowing the temperature In cases to go as low as possible. where It is impossible to do this, fumigation with bisulphide of carbon should be used in order to check the destruction of the pests, according to Mr. Carman. One teuspoonful of this material should be usedf or each cubic foot of spaco not occupied by grain, the liquid being poured into a dish or crock and placed on top of the seeds after penetration of the fumes. All openings should be closed and the room made as nearly air tihgt as possible. Care must be taken in using the bisulphide since the fumes are poisonous and inflammable. It is necessary to repeat the fumigation from time to time in order to destroy the Insects which hatch from eggs laid before the first fumigation. n, New Low Prices In Effect TODAY! Sensational Values! .aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaavaaV Xmas Gifts 1 Prices lower than ever before! FORD SIZE .SUITABLE FOR Everybody JOIN THE RUSH AND REDUCE THE COST OF HOLIDAY HAPPINESS. A i i 303X Quaranlted Dunbar Fabrics 30 30 OK 32 a 3(5 aaK7' r MEi aaawi satfaaVaaaaaamM ar BVHaaaYaaaaaaaaaYa 6000 MILES Hall Cords 3 314 .S7 the day. body, priced to meet the Economical Demands of We have a nice lot of wonderful Display of Holiday Gifts for Every- I S aaWi-f- Aluminum Ware-Choi- ct 39, 49,99 aaaaaaaaaaVaa ill DUaStai LaVaaal EaW u3 flsBaaaaaaaaal Laaaaaaaal si $1.93 12.H saaaaaaaBI 1 31x4 i Toys of All Kinds. SPECIAL PRICE ON AUTO TIRES 30 x 3i j Vico Tread 30 x 3 aaaaaaaaaaOaS bbbbbbbbbbb'H aaaLtvl moaTi BaPl 344 32 a 4 33 a 4 u.et 17.22 14.75 JIX4 33x4 34a4 35aS 18.13 32x44 34 a 4 $17.23 22.03 24.09 27.7S 28.27 T 3I.H 33.M 41.40 . ''MAM Monarch Fabrics 30 1 3 30 a 314 Michigan Cords 30 x 34 33 x 4 34 x 4 1 15.53 1.42 10.33 31x4 32x4 33x4 34x4 34x4 32s3V 14.58 IS.S3 17.47 11.00 .- 32x3tf 32x4 -. 32x414 Goodyear Diamond Tread $10.90 .$14.7S 32x414 33x414 Ma4i 34V4 22.36 23.20 23.72 24.S3 lt.04 33 x 44 34x4(4 30x4(4 34x44 33x5 21.3 24.13 27.23 27.71 31.07 32.04 3t.1T 33.01 34.77 30-- 2S.fl 3aS 37x1 30.04 40.0 Becker & Ballard MYANTSVILLI, KENTUCKY. StleNowOi! Ctaeh! lyOrtefifc.! Ths Central Record. Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Dsc 8. 1021 LOWER PRICES OUR PRICES ARE SO PER CENT LOWER ON FINE QUALITY CLOTHING THAN LAST YEAR. WE ARE STICKING TO QUALITY CLOSER THAN EVER IN THESE DAYS WHEN THERE IS SO MUCH SHODDY MERCHANDISE ON THE MARKET, WHICH HAS BEEN MANUFACTURED DOWN TO A PRICE. isVv Hart Schaffner &, Marx FINE CLOTHING IN STOCK. MENS LADIES BOYS GIRLS Mens Suits $15., $!., $25 i Ovtrcoats , 3t, 35. Shoes Boys Suits ft Overcoats $6.50 $8.50 $10. $12. $15. YOU CAN BUY MERCHANDISE THE SAME QUALITY THAT WE GIVE YOU. HOUSE FOR LOWER PRICES THAN OURS, BUT YOU DON'T GET YOUR MONEY BACK IF YOU ARE NOT SATISFIED. QUALITY. or Jas. W. Smith Hev. J. F. Price was a week-enguest of Mrs. Louie Noel and family. Mr. and Mrs. Chloriss Spnrks were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Wheeler part of the past week. Mr. Hurley Fathergill and Miss Sarah Klizabeth Malear were united In marriage on Thanksgiving day. Mr. nnd Mrs. K. II. Chandler, of tancaster, returned home Sunday, after n week with relative here. Mr. John Land nnd sons and Mis Iva Hollon were guests of Mr. Kd Naylor and Miss Sallle Lou Naylor Saturday. Mr. and Mm. K. II. Chandler and Mr. Newt Chandler were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Tester and family. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Casey and children were recent guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. J. It. Sparks nnd Mr. and Mrs. Willie Masters. Hev. Insko filled hi appointment at the M. K. Church here Saturday night and Sunday anil was a guest of Mr. Mosie Humphrey und family. Announcements have been receiv ed here of the birth of a son, James Arthur, to Mr. and Mrs. Klmer Kar-ricof Newport. Mr. Karrick was Miss Hertha Moore before her marriage. The play, "TheRalnbow Kimona," rendered by the Buckeye Busy Ucc's, the girl sewing club, at the school auditorium was greatly enjoyed by all present Miss Elisabeth Walker, who impersonated Hose Jackson, a was especially colored waiting-maienjoyed. The door receipt totaled 138.00, which will go to the School library. d LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. Coprrlfrht 19J1 Hart Scjullnrr A I 4 t HATFIELD mr Don't punch the fellow who rails MT. HEBRON you a fool. Tho retort courteous would be to thank him for acknow Mr. Kliber' Osborne Is ill with ledging you a his brother. pneumonia. Mr. Jesse Doolin moveil Thursday to the homeof Mrs. Mahala Shrrrow. Miss Helen Spivey, who has been quite ill with mumps Is some better $C. CO. given for charitable purpose, were at this writing. DENTIST Mr. Delia Scott, of Nicholasville, returneil home Saturday after a OsTU Tka Garrard steak. week's visit here. RmUm( rkwM oflu s. LANCASTER. KENTUCKY. Mr. Alex Dean sold n nice bunch of turkeys to Mr. Win. Vanderpool 30cts. per lb. Mr. and Mrs. II. It. Montgomery entertained Hev. and Mrs. Manley ExcImsWi. ami Mi I'crry. Sunday. The prayer meeting next Thursday night will be conducted by Mr. Her.DANVILLE. - KENTUCKY. bert Stone. Subject, "Irayer." Mr, and Mrs. Hoy Spivey came Oppmkm GUchar Hotel. from tauisville last week and are Office Hun I 12 sad I L 8 house keeping' at their home here. Mr, lit'ttie .Montgomery spent last week with her children, Mr. Chaa. Montgomery and Mrs. J. It. Duncan. Mr. and Mr. Lewis MINERAL DIRECTOR and Mr. Tim Ford and Murphy, Mr. son, Stanley, Office Ovsr National Hank. of Lexington, were guest Sunday of IReddence rhene S. Office I'hone 27 Mr nnd Mr. G, W. Thompon. LANCASTER. KY. Mr. Dennio Scott.of Nicholasville, and Houston Scott, of Morgan, were Saturday and Sunday guests of Mrs. Wm. dnstott and Mrs. E. F. Scott. Mr. Ilobart Preston and family VETERINARIAN. moved from here to Long Branch last Call A as wared Promptly Das t week and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Naylor will move to th ehouse vacaNight. 317 ted by Mr. Preston. I KENTUCKY NC.STEP TheD. Y. P. U. Social given at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Stone was well attended and much enjoyed JMtWITEftCt by all present. Cako and hot choco wmwtn, KT late were served. MM III The Thompson Bros, of Marks-r'vsswt psM bury, will give a Xmas play at the school building here Friday night, RtwFlfS the 9th. Their father, Rev. Thompson will also give a lecture. Mr. A. F. Scott and Mrs. Ed Grow McROBERTS DRUG STORE. Thursday Mrs. Delia entertained OF ALL KINDS OF HARDY Scott, of Nicholasville, Mr. and Mrs. WOLF TRAIL W. .V. Grow, f Pleasant Hill, Mr. TREES, SHRUBS, HEDGE, Geo. Logan, of Illinois, Mesdames Charlie Boatley bought a gilt from GRAPE VINES, ROSES, I'cachie and Annie Grow and Mrs. Joe Warren for $0.00. EVERElizabeth Onstott. PERENNIALS, Mr. Elijah McMlllian bought six GREENS, ETC. calves at Stanford Court day. ANOTHER LANCASTER CASE- Mrs. Amanda Clouse spent the day U recommended in our catalog. Price lint and guide is It Prove ThatThore'a a Way Out tat Tuesday with Mrs. Powell Da I ley. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Hay visited Many Suffering Lancaster Folk. FREE to every one interested Just another report of a caao la Mr. Frank Hay and family recently. good nursery stock. in Lancaster Another typical caao. Mrs. Eunice Carmon and little No agents. Kidney ailments relieved la Lancas- daughter are visiting friends In SONS ter with Dean's Kidney Pills. Ask H. F. HILLENMEYER your neighbor! Ky. Laaingteei, Mr. John Dalley recently bought n W, II. Conn, prop, of garage, Danville St, Lancaster, saya: "1 had sow and pigs from W. B. Hay, price troublu with my kidneys. 1 took $40.00. Doaa'a Kidney I'lll and found thcra Miss Jessie B. Hay was the guest the best medicine I could take. I one night recently of Mrs. Klijah Mc Positively no fox hunting or hunt-o- f had typhoid fever before that nnd I Mlllian. any character or trespassing on had mure or'luss trouble with ray Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Moberley spent our farms. Any violators will be kidneys, I would get spells ot back-acb- o with Mr. and Mrs. Waland was lame In my hips. 1 the week-enprosecuted. stoop over ray hack hurt ter Casey. W. 8. Embry,.W. A. Price, T. J. could hardly so. I heard n great deal about Doaa'a Miss Maudie Clouse was the guest Price, Kd andN. B. Price, Fisher Kidney Pill and made up ray ratad i, Herri ag, Crit Meadows, Aasel give them n trial. It wasn't long Saturday night of her mother, Mrs. to Jeha Collier, J. S. Schooler, after taking Doan'a until I was rid Amanda Clouse, Joa Crleeiale, J. M. Criecillla, Xobert of tho trouble, Since then I hava Sparks Mr. and Mrs. Chlorrls Speake, George Cobb, Jim Conn, taken a few Doan'a whenever I hava spent ono night recently with Mr. Henry Arnold, Marlon Johason, W. felt my back getting weak and they and Mrs. P. Dalley and family. K. Whltaktr, Tew Cobb, J. M. have always stralghtaned mo up hi Mr. and Mrs. Harmon Teater and Meadewe, W. T. King, John Rich, good shape.' family spent Thanksgiving with Mr. eoc. at all dealers. Sam Rich, J. C Conn and J. F. Co., Mfrs., Buffalo. N. Y. and Mrs. Allen Teater. Adaau, R. L .Arnold, Mrs Victoria Mr. and Mrs. Carl Moberley and Andanon, G. T. Ballard, Sr., E. L. daughter, spent the last week-en- d CUNNS CHAPEL Wood, B. L. Kaltay, Deashus in Madison with relative. Bees., H. e. Kiag, T. L. Yaatla, Mr. Mlaa Nora Matthews spent SaturMr. and Mrs. Joa Ray and Ber Bmbm MlMtahoUuM, J. M. Farra, Alllno Hart nard Ray wera shoppers la Nicholas-vill- a J. W. Hill, George BraaddtM, Logan day with Miss and Lexington last Wednesday. Mrs. W. B. Ray Is suffering from Mahals, Cyrue Dally. WUbert Dallsy bought Ave ahoats (Other moms wW be addad apaa blood poisoning in her arm. aVa taguajamAamA m0 aw aasBBBAfl Mr. John Land purchased soma fat from Powell Dailey for 9c U. par lb., VaW Saay1g9aMTf fl ftM VVaBrlBVaf hogs of Mr. Dan Ray of McCreary. and oaa gilt from Olllard Littrtll for ht) an J. J. Byrne OfttfMtritt w-- Mr. and Mrs. Wllbert Dalley and Minneapolis has been entrusted to son made n recent visit to Mr. nnd member. of the Raoul Lufberry post A board Mrs. Arthur Sebastian and Mr. nnd of the American Legion. appointed by the post will have Mr. Homer Sebastian. charge of the examinations in sixty Mr. and Mrs. Mose Hay nnd famsubjects and will make recommendaily. Mr. and Mrs. Klijah McMilllan tions as to the nwarding of merit and son, Prof, and Mrs. Adams were badges. entertained last Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Dailey. A deThe high school graduate with the licious dinner was served and n pleasbest athletic record In KIkhorn, Wis., ant day was spent. will erccive annually an American Legion medal, gift of the local Legion pest. Mr. nnd Mrs. Elijah McMilllan and taxable under the entertainment tnx son, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence McCul-le- y of the old revenue law. and son, were in Lancaster SatThe examination of Boy Scouts in urday. C0UGHS.C6Q)S.CRDIJP Stormes Drug Storo CARTERSVILLE Several children around here have whooping cough. Mr. John Kinnalrd is building a flue for Mr. Jasper Hubette. Mr. and Mrs. W. MTTreTcnmited Mr. nnd Mrs. J. D. Creech Saturday night. Charlie Penington went through moving to Cartersvllle Saturday, Brincl Bridge. The school teacher and pupils of Woodsvicw, arc preparing for a Xmat tree on De. 23rd. Misses Cora and Jennie Wells were guests of Misses Helen and Roberta Robinson Wednesday night. Several attended church at Cartersvllle Sunday morning and Level Green Sunday evening In spite of the bad weather. It looks now like weare going to have some hog killing weather. Sev-erfolks killed too early, and have lost their meat. Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Creech, Mr. and Mrs. Marion Wells and son, Will-ar- d were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Willie Rhodus Sunday. Mrs. Lucre asy Wilson will leave for Jackson county Wednesday for an extended visit with her father, A. G. Ward, who is in very poor health. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wilson have returned to their home, after spending two weeks in Jackson county, where they have been visiting friends and relatives. There was a hog killing at Mr. Homer Highlands Wednesday. Those present were Geo. and Gilbert Broad-duRussell Holman, Marion Cain, and Mr. Highland. They dressed Many seven hogs in two hours. hands make light work. al s, too LATE sit, J. A. Beozlev Death only a matter of short time. Don't wait until pains and aches become incurable diseases. Avoid painful consequences by taking Fifteen cents buys a meal fr needy men and families at the American Legion restaurant, Toledo. The menu includes steak or chop, bread, butter, and coffee. The difference between the cost of the food and the price at the counter is made up by employed Legionaires. k, Or. PriNtM Walktr Pb mem Fall Planting. Wil-mor- e. Attention Hunters d "If pardon is granted to Debs or others fairly convicted of treason or sedition during the time when the nation's very life was at stake, the lives of those boys who lie on the fields of France and those who lie broken in hospitals have indeed been sacrificed in vain," Hanford MacNI-de- r, commander of the American Legion, has telegraphed President Selected by L. K. Owen, superin- Harding, requesting that "no lenientendent of dining car on the North- cy be shown those traitors who stabern Pacific Railroad, tho biggest of bed us in the back while we were the tubers was served Marshal Foch, giving our all to this country." whose amazement was evident. Training allowances for sick and Kansas City is soon to huvc a men will not be municipal airport as a result of the wounded reduced twenty per cent, according interest in avlaton aroused by the reto C. It. Forbes, director of tho Vet- cent successful air meet, held in conerans Bureau, who ha informed the nection with the American Legion American Legion thatthis move nev- convention. Action is now being er has been considered. taken by a committee of members of Ninety per cent of the 100,000 dis- the Flying Club of Kansas City to abled men now being trained receive find a suitable field. $100 n month. Following a series of shooting Three French war brides confront scrapes in and near Wichita, in which ed Marshal Foch when the American fcnu mi-i- i ........ auut tiu uvmiii mmI luur nnc U. .!.... I. Legion Special stopped in St. Maries, others dangerously wounded, GOO . ... L t. I.memuers oi ine .American . i Idaho. They were crying. i.egion "We love America, but oh I how we volunteered to aid in preserving orare lonesome for France," they sob- der In case of emergency. The Leg. bed. ionalres will be available for police "Never forget France," Foch re- duty immediately if the trouble with plied, "but you must love your new the gangsters becomes acute. home and honor your husbands." But the Marshal had to blow his nose. hard. The biggest potatoes of the year, weighing from two to five pounds each, were served on the can Legion Special en route from Minneapolis, Minn., to the Pacific coast. The "spuds" were so big that they required an hour and a half in the baking. Foch-Amcri' 1 American Legion Newt When Marshal Foch. now on a tour of the country with the American' Legion, returns to New York Dec. 14 io sail for France on the liner, "Paris," he will have traveled 16,000 The world's sundard remedy for kMn.y, miles, visited 42 states, and stopped liver, bladder and brie act 1 tfKibl.t the at 200 cities and towns. He made National Retardy of HolUtulSJnc IMS. his 245th. speech at Richmond, Va., Ouaranteed. Three it J ru grists. before starting West and had receivLm for U mm CU SW.1 MaMrrU mU ms a iaiUO-ed the degree of LL. D. from 21 American universities. COLD MEDAL Msa-dew- men of the World War who want to be first, second or third class U. S. postmasters are to be giv en a five per cent advance on their civil service ratings and credit for time spent in service. President Harding's executive order putting the provision into effect was recently promulgated atthe Instance of the American Legion. Receipts from the entertainments given by pasta of the American Leg. lor or its Auxiliary are not taxablt underthe new revenue law passed by the extra session of the 67th. Such receipts, even whtn the proceeds of the aatartalamenta were Con-grea- SSSSj MSS B rjSAP0LI0l mstJl asBss Foater-Mllbur- a tfBMke W Battler. si BBtthaBWelMiir' CONN After reading all of the varied reports that are being seat out from Washington one's polat of view seems to be consplclous for Its lack of a point. as a. CONN Th CntrAl Rcord, Lancaster. Ky.. Thursday Dec 8, I till s pcroen even his feeble and ir additions to the army of the responsible brain might in sudden rich. Look at the men time be brought to see th who count their wealth in mil light. Hons who before the war were Even an imbecile likes sugar. only moderately well off. Where did all of this sudden A slow decline is disccrnabl wealth come from,? From in the price of labor in vnriou There is always something war. new under the sun. This apparts of the country. plies to the groceries as well as Do those birds want "more If this continues it will in . to other lines. war profits? They do. time bring n decline in the Every housewife Is anxious War profiteers arc singing price of commodities, as th to haffc her Christmns dinner one will necessarily follow the softly at present because the' ns near perfection ns possible. other through the medium of plain people of the world are Te attain this high degree aroused. It is not good policy of excellence our ladies should competition in trade. take advantage of the special Hut the laboring man should for them to buck public opinion Christmas eatables found in just now. A waiting game remember that there can be no our store. promises better results. material reduction in any line makes cooking a pleasure, drives away They know from long expcrl until the cost of labor declines for labor enters into the pro ence that the public soon for worrying over half cocked food, makes auction of everything wc use gets. It has forgotten in the past, and it will forget again. happy-- a big investment for the or consume. the wife Then the man who fattens Good old Santa Clause wil husband. Call and let us tell you about on war will raise and soon be shnking hands with u make another noise. That again. He never passes this them. noise will not be a demand for town by in his annual trips peace. and we trust lie never passes How can we prevent future by any person in the town or wars among civilized people? community. very .simple, mere is an Hut to lie sure tluu every effective way of putting an end "Live and Lei Live Folks." one will lie remembered on Christmas day it would be wel to all wars for nil time to come. mourning anil that the members of In Memory. Instead of sending young the order wear the emblem of mournfor lis to look around a bit There may be some one who men poor men to do the Of Mm. Doll Brown. Miss Amanda ing for for a period of thirty days. AnJerson And Mrs. Sallf most of the fighting, let That after being read aloud ln; The Central Record with this movement. In fact, las been hit more than wc governments of the world theopen lodge, n copy of these resoluDail.y. enSt.SS Ymt. bfore any member of the as- realize by the business dap res cr into an iron bound coven Issusd Wyr. tions be spread at large upon the Itravcly through life's struggle minutes of the order and a copy be sociation casts his vote for any sion under which we have been PayaM in Advaata. ant whereby the rich and the each have tiornc their part with un- - sent to the bereaved family. of these delegates that dele- aboring. J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. word Inunted courage. A E. 1. Gadberry If there is such a person, or powerful the heads of the nml a smile for all, cheerful live a gate ought to be required to R. L .ELKIN. Local Editor and Hit. thrir big banking institutions, the Wm. Cox declare that he has no selfish such a family, our greatest joy benediction. They have reached the George Smith, Jr., CommitteesEntered at the- Pott Office in Lan purpose in ins nmuition to should be in remembering those owners And directors of ship coal where Christ hat said "well done Mail enter, Ky., a serve as n delegate. If a dele who are without the means to ping plants, officers and direc ye ble.M-- of my Knther, my faith Resolutions. Matter. tors of munition plants, steel fut ones." gate has planned to get a po remember themselves. Order Eastern Star Garrard bright idr. Repent the golden rule for companies and war manufac Then let u look on the to u all, sition with the association Chapter Kor sorrow will come THE AMERICAN PRESS ASSOCIATION taring concerns generally through which he expects to inspiration. Dec. Oth., 1021. Hut Cod in Hi beautiful wisdom Whereas: It has pleased the Almake money and serve his r High up in the air there is every man who makes money Gave the stars nnd the light of LascMler, Ky., Deemerr 8. 1921 mighty to remove from our midst, by Hit word. private ends he is not qualified a powerful current blowing out of the war let these be death our esteemed sister, Amanda. the first to be required to Dee. 3rd.. 1112 1. V. C T. U. Rata For Political Aaaoasvusaeate. to act for the best interest of from Japan toward this coun lly .Mr. Fannie M. Knrra Anderson, who occupied a prominent Kor Precinct and City Offlcw.-IS.0- 0 the organization. Job hunt try wnicn, with the aid oi a shoulder a gun and trudge station in this order. ..19.00 crs should be eliminated from motor, would drive an aero- forth as buck privates and For County Officei He ft Kesolved, That In the death Resolutions meet the first shock of battle. For State and Dlitrict Offices.. 11.00 any representative capacity in of Sister Anderson, this Order has plane from that country to our . .It this organization. For Calls, per line Heresy? Possibly so, from The following resolutions on the sustained the loss of a faithful memwestern const in about fifteen .10 For Cards, per line death of Mil Amanda Anderson, ber, a true friend and sister, ever the modern point of view. We suggest this as bringing hours. Eddie Rickcnbacker, For all publications in the later Certainly who was a member ofc the Woman's willing and anxious to further the Unheard of? ett of individuals or express) out the importance of the king of American aces, is auClub, have been made: intcresta of the Chapter; not. Consult your history. slon of individual views, per Whereas, It has pleased God in movement here for Saturday. thority for this statement. That we offer to her bereaved fam 10 In earlier ages, when the His Infinite wisdom to remove from ily, over whom sorrow has hung her line Garrard County has four votes Consider the possibilities. Obituaries, per line .. .. .. .OS ighcr a man's station the red- - our midst Mis Amanda Anderson, mantle, our heartfelt condoin the selection qf one of the Japan could assemble a qr the blood that flowed in his who passed to eternal life November sable and pray that Infinite Goodness lence directors in the organization. fifty or a hundred thous eins, the great of the nations 3rd., 1921, and whose beautiful may bring speedy relief to their The All Important Hour In other words, it has the ma- licet of and bombing planes and start marched at the head of their character was an inspiration to all as- hearts and Inspire them with the consolation that hope In futurity nl The editor of the Record has jority vote in the district. Gar- them our way. Within fifteen armies and were the first to sociated with her. He it resolved, That In the death faith in God give even in the shadow the deepest interest in the suc- rard County raises the major- hours' they would be at San meet the foe. They did not of Mlwi Amanda the club sustains a of the tomb. tobac- ity of the tobacco and is more Francisco. A few hours later cess of the He it further, resolved, That a sit back in swivel chairs and verv sad loss and realixes hrr ulace co marketing from the begin-in- g interested than the other coun- they cofld be hovering over ev send the less fortunate forth to will be difficult to fill; also Wat we copy of these resolutions be sent to exprcsa our deepest sympathy to the her family and a copy be spread upThis ties of the district and the edi- ery city in the United States, do or die. of the movement. bereaved famiy In this great sorrow. on the minutea of the Eastern Star' tor of this paper feels that we ready to blot them out drop paper has hnd its columns open Have you ever traveled in a He it further resolved: That a copy Chapter. . ought to discuss the matter ping, tons of high explosives. to all forms of interest that of these resolution be sent to her Helen Gill Is this possibility worth a and of half civilized people? family and a copy be spread upon the promote the suc- freely in our meeting Saturday would tend to Nancy W. llurton Or are you familiar with the minute of the club. The as whether Garrard County passing thought? cess of the undertaking. Naomi C. Hamilton Mrs. Harry Hudson "Committee.' Wouldn't it be well to worry istory of our own country movement has now been de- should ask for this director. hen the Indians ruled the Mrs. Theo. Currey It is of the highest impor- - less over obsolete battleships clared n success so far as the .Mrs. Louis Landram seventy-fiv- e per cent signing tance thnt each and every and give more attention to the plains'.' If so you know that "Committee." te savages of standing in the who greater menace? the contract, but the impor- member of the association tribes were in the thick of the tant time is now at hand. The can possibly be present on SatAssigning United States ma Resolutions urday to do so and to make it rines to guard registered mail fight and setting nn example future of the tobacco interest Hall of Franklin Lodge, No. 7, a part of his business to see pouches was an excellent move. to their followers. When the and the success of the 1. O. 0. F., Lancaster, Ky., be nr drums sounded wealth December 5, 1021. market depends upon the that his neighbor and his Your money is much safer in came of secondary consider WHEKEAS: God in His Infinite initial organization. The chair- neighbor's neighbor, who is a transit now. By the time the dewisdom has removed from our ranks County, member, are also present at marines have killed ofT a few ation to them. Their only man of Garrard sire then was to light and liro. Ernest Hibbard, one of our best Judge Walker, nt the instance this meeting Saturday. more bandits they may con- fight they beloved and most faithful members, did. of headquarters at Lexington clude that the government poktherefore, The blood of the mighty was He IT KESOLVED; That it is with has suggested eight men for As The Editor Sees It. er has a hot end. red in those days. deepest sorrow that we bow to the delegates, four of whom may Prosperity seems along time Inestimable, being solaced only by this be elected to represent Thoughts Now don't Inugh but can the knowledge that He "doeth nil in returning. But don't let a Little county. It should be underlittle thing like that worry you. On Big Topics on imagine the uockrciicrs tilings well." loss of Hro. Hibbard stood that it is not binding up- The longer the delay the moro That in the nd thu Morgans and the other Will hell break loose again? money kings If you want an awured on the people of Garrard Coundoing thai: this lodge loses n member whoe you will appreciate it when it welcome, drop in on your We don't know. Neither Wouldn't it jar you to see such place it will be hard to Illl.ono who ty to vote for any of these way, and take her a box was ever at his post of duty, ready Neither do those do you. delegates. It would have been docs arrive. ma you won t. of Lowncy's. and willing to do any and all things In the meantime none of us dignified gentlemen in Wash- a sight: better had the interested parwhich might be asked of him, and are suffering very much. In ington. Nobody knows. ties first name these proposone who was loved and esteemed by When The THE PURITAN fact, we ure fairly well off, conNaval constructions may be every member. ed delegates. sidering the chaotic condition limited, warships may be scrapSuffers. That we extend to the aged moth Farmer Jm GieKlrifluuH, frit. A meeting is called for two the rest of the world. chilped or sold to Henry Ford, o'clock, Saturday afternoon for of The price of farm products er and the bereaved wife and asJust keep a grip on your op- armies may be reduced, and all are down, close to the 101-- dren our sincere sympathy, and the purpose of discussing this timism sure them that wc share In their great and don't let your en- sorts of covenants may be signmatter, and we ask and urge bereavement, nnd bid them place ergy lag behind. No quitter ed by the governments of evel. every member of the associaThat would bo fine if other their trust in Him" Who hn promised ever succeeded in getting rich Christendom. to be n father to the futherlcss and tion that can possibly be prescommodities were down in fWsWsssssal yet. Who hut promised that He will nevBut even such drastic measent on that day to be here and er see the righteous forsaken. It may ease your mind to let ures as these will be no guardiscuss frankly and freely the But high wages still prevail That we drape our charter In against future wars. n the cities in all lines. merits of the proposed dele- out a few choice cuss words antee This The 'money kings have not means that the munuincturer gates and in the event that when you have to jump lively to escape the wheels of a speed- spoken. other delegates than the ones and wholesaler must continue As long as there is money to to charge the country merchant named can be found who are ing automobile. better suited for the position But cussing doesn't really do be made out of war there will igh prices for his goods. than any of the eight suggest- any good. The epithets you be more wars, and everybody The country merchant in Take advantage of the 1922 reduced price, ed by the chairman, such dele- hurl at the speeder never reach knows that war affords the turn must chnrge the farmer in available now, which putt De Laval Cream Separagates ought to be agreed upon him he is too far awuy. golden opportunity for profi- proportion to what he himself basis. You may be tor en practically their pre-wA better plan would be to teering on a gigantic scale. Too much imuml elected. pays to the manufacturer or paying for a De Laval and net getting it by using a pleasantly the portance cannot be attached speak to him Tho ship builders, the muni- wholesaler. , cream waster. No man next time you see him and tions plants and the manufacVery simple und easily un- te this matter. Let me put you in a De Laval wkkeut delay. should be elected a delegate point out the danger 'he forces turers of war supplies of every erstood, but anything but sat who has an ax to grind, or upon other people by his nature all make huge profits isfactory to the farmer. from war. who is laying any grounds or thoughlessness. Stanford, Ky. Phone 7912 or fifty people If twenty-fiv-e Get your Tanlsc where they've not As an example, look around makiag plsas to provide himStormes Drug Store. U wKh a job in connection would speak rationally to such a bit. Note the thousands of it. self THE GREAT Xmas Groceries. Majestic Range CONN BROS. a " All of the little Extras that his-hea- Make Your ChriStmas Dinner Delicious. Currey & Gulley. - - Second-Clas- s .......... , J life 1 itftf DeLaval Prices Reduced ar J. OWSLEY NEWLAND Th Central Rcord. LancasUi, Ky., Thursday. Dec 8 1021 0 TOYS, DOLLS, LADIES' HOSE, CORSAGES, VEILS. RIBBONS trending a few days her YOU CAN'T STAVE OFF Mrt; Alfred Hrrnt, who has been returned to her home in Lexington Saturday. Mrs. Kettle Miller, who ha been spending a week with her brother, Mr. A. T. Anderson, returned to her home In Lexington Monday. NORTH CAROLINA GROWERS UNITED State Signs Up Necessary Amount CHRISTMAS But .you can save money by doinj? your Christmas I' .iboppinK early mid uninir care in your selections. PURSES You have two more weeks to sc cure tickets on three prizes to be given away December 24th., at 2:30. FRANCIS-SMITH Mn. Adolph Joseph and little daughter, Doris Itoe, left Tuesday To Make III Tobacco Marketing At for a visit to her parent, Mr. und locUtion a Succn. i Mrs. Ilonrr, In Louisville. North Carolina tobacco growert The Garrard County Chapter of up the minimum agreed the Kattern Star will have n call have tigned night, Dee. 15th. upon at necessary to the success jf meeting Thundny marketing aocl-utim- i, llarrodtburi; and Nichnlatville Chap their according to r ports received tern will assist In conferring degree ni the office of the Hurley Tobacco work. Association in Glowers' ,.Ml Georgia Dunn, the newly Lexington, and nt the same time elected Field Secretary of the Ken came news that the price of tobacco tucky Chrltlan Kndeavor Union, left hnd dropped considerably from prefor Western Kentucky latt week to vious flguret. open the 1021-2- 2 Chrittlnn Kndeavor The signing up by North Carolina campaign. was featured by the endorsement of plan by J. M. Gallo-waField and the Mr. and Mr Miller to buy your CANDIES by the pai! for Xmas enterprobably the largest grower of daughter, of St. Mnthew, Ky., Mr. tainers, PRICES RIGHT. tobacco in the world, who agreed to Trav Howell, of Louitville -- and Mr. deliver MO.OOO pounds. Anything you want for your Xmas cake. On his motor- Osee Sitk, of Matoon, Illinois, fnrms there in grown by tenants prob-nbl- y Ud through Ijincatter Friday after n million and a quarter pounds noon, but ttopped nj the Record ofof tobacco. fice long enough to ay hello. and $0. The signing up of North Carolina Just received .Men's Dress Shoes at Look before buying. Mrs. W. II. Mot accompanied by assures the handling of the 11)22 marketing Mr. Wnlton Mo, of Danville, have crop by the of- been visiting Mr. II. C. Ilniley at association, which is n three-slat- e Good Samaritan Ilopltal, In Lexing- fuir, Virginia and South Carolina ton. The many friend of Mr. Ilnil- being leagued with North Carolina Mitt Maggie Miller was the Sat ey are glad to know she I doing In the association. Won) from the Raleigh headquar unlay night guct of herMer, Mrs, nicely. ters Is that letters and telegrams Thomat Iteynoldt, of Danville. Mrt. Kliznbcth Jneph, who ha coming from nil parts of the tobacco Mr. K. I.. Owsley hat returned been spending several week here, section of the state are being re from a vitit to her daughter, Mr. W. left Wednesday for a visit in Louis ceived, asking for contracts and that R, Cook and Mr. Cook, in Danville, ville, Ky., and Nashville, Telin., bespeakers be sent to explain the plan fore going to spend sometime with to the growers who have not yet Mr. W, G. Mcrshon and family, of her daughter, Mrs. Davis, in Chntta- - gjKncij Somerset, have been guest of hi nooga Tenn, It was said, In the reports receiv nelres, Mitei Mamie and Kthel Wal- ter. A message to Mr. and Mrs. Jack ed here, that business men and bank Mr. Jack Adanrt I visiting her Adamt, announces the arrival of a ers were impressed by the wny far daughter In North Carolina. Mlstet Martha ami Helen ill. who handsome son at the home of Mr. and mers had shown their confidence in have been guctt of Mr. C. C. Ilrown spent the week- in I.oultvllle, returned home Satur .Mrs. David Hell, of Baltimore. The the new plan and were ready to Kve Mrs. Zack Hester young man has been chrltened it their assistance. end with hrr brother, in Danville. day. Dnvld Hell. Jr. Mrs. Hell before Tanlac will overcome that run Mr. anil Mrt. W. It. Cook, of her marriage, was Mits Muttie AdMr. Sam Walter, "f down debilitated condition and make Tucs-lay- .' were Lancaster visitor California, i here for a visit to ams ,of this city. you feel just like your old self again. his titter, Mitx-- t Mamie anil Kthel Stormes Drug Store. Mr. Luther Holes and family, Met-t- r. It. Walter. Mr. F. I). Gaine. of Danville, Rill Willholte and Shield Guinn, guestt made a butinets trip to Hog Raisers. Mr. Rom Dunn Mason, Mint Mar of Wilmore, were week-en- d Monday. garct Sexton, Mr. ami Mrt. I.uthrr of Mr. and Mr. Curtis Fothergill. It pays to use Moorman's Mineral Mr. Detsie Kttes has returned Cibbt were vititort in Danville Sat Mr. W. J. Roman i spending a urday. from a vitit to her sitter, Mr. and Mixture for hogs. We have mainfew day In Danville at the bedtide Mrs. Aloys Schwalbach, in Newport, tained its high quality but now soil. of hi wife. Mr. G. It. Swinebroad. Mr. J. K. and has accepted a position in Scott Inc It at a lower price than we did way back before the war in 1914. Klmore, Mitt Kstridge and Mitt Min Mr. K. P. Friible and Mr. Mar-th- nie Hurchett, were thopper In Dan and Ruble's Store, You can get 500 lb. at 6 cent per Denny were visitor In Lexing-to- n Mr. and Mrs. John Ituughinan, of pound) 1,000 lb. tott at cent per ville Saturday. Tuesday. Danville, MI Dove Harris, of Dan. pound. Thit is the Moorman's Min Messrs. Jim and Ralph Arnold, of ville, Mr. and Mrt. Will Marrt, of eral Mixture for hogs that the far Mr. and Mr. Robert Elkin have tay in North Carolina, wa railed here by Knoxville, Tenn., Mrs. Frank Ilnron,' mors of Hoyle, Garrard, Lincoln and returned Jferoni a six week the death of their mother, Mr. I.ida of Kansas City, Mo Mits., Hettle Mercer counties ordered through Mr. lioton, Mat. AmlepHin Arnold. Anderson, of Dayton, Ohio, Mr. and' A. M. Klder for many years before lion, George Row, of Richmond, Mrs. Tom Drowning, of Lexington, he was promoted by the Moorman Mitt Maggie Miller and Mr. Otlt attended the funeral of Mrt. Amandaj Manufacturing Co. Please be who hat been attending Court here, Gooch motored to Danville Sunday hasTeturncd home. Anderson the pntt week. tain to look for name Moorman on and were dinner guctts of Mr. and the order you are asked to sign. Mr. John Walter, of Winchester, Mrs. Charles Hooch. Mits Georgia Dunn, who hat re-- 1 yc hv mori. thn three hundred li visiting hit sisters, Mltsc Mamie cently been appointed rtel.l hecre- - cu,tomers for me to look after. If Kthel Walter. and Mr. 'Juliette Barnard, who hat tary of the Kentucky Christian KnI been spending teveral wee&t with "her deavor Union, nt a splendid salary, It you need Moorman's before see you Mr. and Mr. William Conn, and Stanford, call DKXTKR HALI.OU. aunt, Mi Jennie Duncan, ha re in Paducah making arrangements to children, moved Saturday to a Representative for Moorman turned to her home in Wathlnicton take charge of the Kndeavor work In Ky., on Creamery street. pd. Manufacturing Co. D. C the State. This appointment is not Rev. and Mr. Harry Hudion have Mr. It. Z. Price and ion, of Paint a surprise la the friends of Miss LOYD. returned from Lebanon, where they Lick, won "The Blue" on 'ihelr Huff Dunn as she has been an active workattended the Presbytery- Leghorn cockerel and pulleta at the er in the- Kndeavor in the State for Kirby Teater shipped n nice lot of hogs last week. Charles Ballew, Mrs. J. M. Harrodtburg Winter Fair, held there several years. i Mr. Farrand Mrt. Stephen Walker have latt Saturday. Wni. A K. ...,n m,...v..l In ck with S. Ray Is tuffering this been recent guests In Danville. mu"", Mr. Lucy Henderson and Mitt Uncattcr of the death Sf Mr. Wll-!t J- - ' Friday with fP'-nSallie Adamt have returned home af- liam Tuggle which occured Tuesday; Mr. It. Z. Price was the week-enguest of hit ton. T. K. Price, of Dan- ter a delightful ttay of two weekt morning at his home In Danville, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. S. Ray. Mr. and .Mrs. J. D. Ray entertain ville, and attended the Harrodtburg In the country, the guett of Mr. and He formerly lived in Garrard county! n Mrs. V. A. Uenderton. "Winter Fair. nnd was a good citizen. Reside his ed their children and wife he leaves two tons, Joe and nt dinner Thursday, it being Mr, Perry Tuggle, of Danville nnd an Ray's OSth. birthday. A bountiful adopted daughter, Mrt. John Moss, dinner was served, consisting of of this city. He will be burled at chicken, salads, old ham and cakes. Thursday morning In Some business affairs were alto ut ten o'clock tended to on that day. the Danville cemetery'. Classified Ctlumn RATES i Hog Meal, Huy nt tho right prlc Dairy Feed, Ground Harley Tankage, Oats, Ilrnn, Mill Feed, Fire Ilrick, Fire Hacks, Sewer pipe ,Sand and Garrard Milling Co. Cement. FOR SALK: A few Ilurbon Red Mrs. S. C. Rlgsby, turkeys. Crab Orchard pike, Tost Office, Stonford, Ky, R. F. I). No. 4. ENGLE'S IS THE PLACE Single Insertion 1c word No ad Uken for let than 20c C. SC. in this column. No ads In this column charged. Seven Insertions for the Hemstitching nnd picoting attach, price of five. mint works on nny sewing machine, Thone ordert mutt be paid 3 easily adjusted. Price J2..ri0 with promptly. Oriental Novelty J full instruction. Co., Hox 11, Corpus Chrlstl, Texas. Meat hoirs ones t. GoMip About People vg FOR SALK OP. RENT: Garage snle. Good fat or. Public Square. Possession given Kmbry and Henry Janunry 1st., 1022. Address Alllo Arnold, Will trade lot, CO by 300 feet, on Colorado Springs, Colo. Danville street to good automobile, Care of School for the Deaf. Walker, G. C. (0 for r'-l-L- young, nice Two FOR SALK: Lost, strayed or stolen from my thorough bred Poland China boars, place, a yellow sorrel mare 5 yrs. old, I and two gilts. Call this office. sound and on the pony order. Find- n01' mc and receive re I am taking subscription for .11 Joe Ashbrook, ward. kinds of magazines. Junction City, Ky. Mrt. Kphriam Ilrown J" Pc ) (12.8-Gt.- C Dan-vill- e, !- Anr'. SALK OR RKNT: One WANTKD: Salesman with car to house nnd large lot on Danville call on denlers with a low priced streeL J. W. Smith, Clothing Man. mile fabric and 10,000 mile cord 11- - 17-t- f tire. $100.00 a week with extra good rnllci commissions. FOR SALK: Two cows. Calves about two weeks old. UNIVKRSIAL TIHK & RURBKR CO. Michigan City, Indiana. It. pd. Call Marion Goode. Hubble exchange, FOR 6,-0- or this office 5t Single Comb Dark Brown Leghorns, Registered big type exclusively, vigorous winter laying Poland China boart, pigs nnd gilts at strain, harly bargains in cockerels, if taken nt once. Stock carefully farmers' price. Henson llrothers. . Dnnvillc. Ky. selected and guaranteed purebred. ll.B.i-i.ilPhone 53 Y. Brynntsvillc Kxchange. I will be pleased to take your subMrs. Jno. Nnylor, Bucna Vista, Ky. scriptions for nil mngazlnes nnd Mrs. Jas. A. Royston periodical. There will be an election held at 12- the National Bank of Lancaster, Ky., AT, good meat hogs, on Jnnunry 10th., 1022, for the purFORSALK: pose of electing seven directors for weight 250 to 300 pounds. Dan Roy, McCrcary, Ky. the ensuing year. S. C. Denny, Cashier. It. FOR SALK: A pair of TO LOAN: Turkeys, 42cts. per lb.; hens, 15 three year old, broke mules, to reS. C. Henderson, to 23cts. per Hi.: chickens, 19 to 21 sponsible party. Paint Lick, Ky. cents per lb.; calves, select, 11 pd (It.) WANTKD t. retl-ilcn- J2-S-- 12ct. per lb.; ducks, 21cts. per lb.; Mao Lo. geese, IS to 20cts. per lb.; eggs, 57 gan's and Court House, Saturday cent5 per dozen. Write us for price No commission on night, a pair long brown, chamois list on FURS. H. B.Northcott, gloves, with tan strap nnd three pearl fur. 35 Walnut St., Cincinnati Ohio. buttons. Reward If returned to this LOST : Between Mrs. office. you nny kind of There will be an election held ut furniture, house goods, or jewelry, r, watches, clocks, etc. We .save you the Citizens National Bank of Ky., Tuesday, Jun. 10th., big money on nny order. Try us we 1022 from 0:00 to 12:00 o'clock, for are selling many goods at cost. J. R. Mount & Company. the purpose of electing directors to Wo can order Uin-caste- Notice m.... d grand-childre- jfronoti J. Ollice over Garrard Hank & Trust Co. FOR SALK: Nice six room house L. G. DAVIDSON, Cashier. nvre of f with bath nnd lights, land, on Hill Court. A bargain if Don't allow the other fellow to sold nt once. Write II. V. Bastin, He might nt Frankfort, Ky., or see A. II. Bat-ti- vnlue your own time. embarrass you by overshooting the Lancntter, Ky. one-hal12-8-- serve for the ensuing year. mark. MRS. A. AMON, Agent, Lancaster, Ky. Our.home killed fresh meats and superior qual-il- y of cured meats are always so good that our store in tbe most popular place in town. EVERYTHING SANITARY AND PURE. We carry the blgest stock of SO GOOD com- Among the sorrowing friends who attended the funeral of Mrs. Mary llroaddus were the following relative from a distance. Mrs. Jane Murphy Mr. and Mrs. Claud Murphy, Mrs. Dove Colling and Mr. Geo. Hecket, Mrs. Mury Wool folk, Mr. and Mrs. John Woolfolk, of Lexingtn. Mr. and Mr. Charles F. Denmiin, Mr. Clayton Wett and ton, Mr. Dan West, Mits Kmnia nnd Lite Wett of Mrt. Ilessle Dudderar of Indiunapolit, Ind., Mr. and Mrs. T. I WI of Porttmoutli, Ohio, Mr id Mrs. II. V Raitln, u.--.l Mr. Ale. Wett of Frankfort. Mr anil Mr . Tom llcndren anil .Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ilendrvn of Danville. Nich-olasvill- e. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED STATES, FOR THE EASTERN OF KENTUCKY, IN BANKRUPTCY. DIS-DRIC- T In the matter of Coy S. Sanders, a Hankrupt. On this 22nd. duy of Nov, A. I)., 1921, on considering the petition of Fruits and Vegetables plete and prices always right. in Lancaster. Our stock of staple and fancy groceries is "I have taken vicht bottles of Tnn- Inc ami have actually gained 40 pound In weight und feel better and stronger than I have felt before in twenty-livyears." says O. II. Ma- hnffy, of Nashville, Tenn. Stormes Drug Store. II. e Phone 20(5. To Correct A Mistake. have not removed to Richmond. loth., reopened the Robin- ton Hospital at llerca, and I am Phone permanently located here. Herta, 141. Signed, It. F, Robinson, M. D. 1 Scott Fktae 206. & Ruble Mile Sqvare. On Nov. the aforesaid bankrupt for discharge, filed on the Oth. day of Sept. A. !., 1021, it is ordered by the court that n hearing be hnd upon the same on the 27th. day of Doc. A. P., 1021, before said court nt Covington in said district at ten o'clock, In the forenoon, or as near thereto as practicable, and that notice thereof be published one time in the Lancaster Record, n newspaper printed in said district, and all known creditors and other person in interest may nppeur at said time and place and show cause, If any they have, why the pruyer of said petitioner should not be granted. Witness the Honorable A. M. J.' Cochran, Judge of said Court, and the seal thereof, at Richmond, in taid dlttrict, on the 22nd. day of Nov. A. D. 1021. J. W. MKNZ1K8, By Sara M. Monday, Christmas Shoppers We arc receiving daily, larire shipments of FRUITS, CANDIES AND NUTS We also have a large and beautiful uBdortment of CHINA WARE, which makes a very useful and appropriate Xmas presents. Visit our store before you buy. Clerk. D. C. 9 W. B. BALL tKXHXHxuxmttxHXHxwctmmxn (12t8-Ct.- ) Th Central Record, Lancaster. Ky. Thursday, Dac.8 192 PLANT DISEASES TAKE HUGE TOLL j 1 . wm k Farmer Suffers Lets of Income and Coniumer CompeHed to Pay Higher Prices. daRaW' 4 par eftt pM tMtt. Call itsaHiriaK J. J. . !e 5 m twl tttiM us. Walker, President. t. 3 iny w s&jcirj&m COME ON KIDDIES J COATMl Can OF PESTS IS UTOEO W. F, Champ, W. O. Rlgney, Ass't. ta the Presldtst.' L. G. Davidson, Cashier. J. I- - Gill, Assistant Cashier, W. F. Miller, Assistant Cashier. Mrs. Naomi Hamilton, Teller. Painstaking Technical TOY LAND WILL OPEN Brought Absut Only Through Research, Followed by Adoption of Bom. tdltt by Farmers. it CITIZENS NATIONAL LANCASTER, KY. BANK. Saturday, Dee 10th A T Haselden Bros TOYS CUT GLASS CLOCKS SILVER WARE GLASS WARE CHINA WARE ALUMINUM WARE MANICURE SETS JEWELRY PYREX WARE VICTROLAS TOILET SETS KITCHEN CABINETS TOYS i We will open our store with the finest line of Holiday goods on display that enn be attained in the city, for the enjoyment and amusement of everybody. We have secured from Toy-lan- d everything imaginable for the children, "A REAL in our store. Christmas presents of all description will be found either for father, mother, sister, Bebrother or sweetheart. you buy Christmas presfore ents do not fail to visit us. WE INVITE, ASK AND URGE YOU TO VISIT THIS GRAND OPENING AT TOY-LAN- TOYS BICYCLES ihi t'ulu.l shim Ixp.rtmtM I Aiilcallurt I When plant disease or him other crop pet destroys uu iuiHrtant crop llimititliuut n Urge area, It It easy to Imw ilangt'DitM thee ets nre both to agriculture ami lu the, country. The fanner whme crop It defrayed suffers through Inm of bit Income; thecououiiNTuftcn through ale l normally of hi food supply. Occasionally, as lu WW, when the ttlioat crop of Hie United State and Canada uaa reduced approximate, ly SMI,UUU.MU buhels by black strm runt after the entire exiM'lite tnrolved In It production, except that of har vetting aiul threshing, had been the result la o aerlous as to rlitlniiK'er the stability of hunks unit of business generally In the detaMated region and even, In thnt cne, to threaten the future of fiatlmil through br Incrt-ami- llrir4 Corner Public Square nnd Danville Street. POOR RIDGE Mrs. F.. Osborn monin. It ill with pneu. TRICYCLES ROCKING HORSES KIDDIE CARS IRISH MAILS SMALL AUTOS AND FLIVERS WAGONS GUNS Mia Arlelgh Matthew is better at this writing. Mrs. Barney Knst spent ThursJay with Mrs. R. II. I'rettun. Mrs. Win. Whittaker spent Sunday with Mrs. J. N. Shearer. Mr. Caleb Johnson visited rrla- tive In Lexington last week. Mrs. KlUah MrMillian spent Tues. day with Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Ray. MIm KiIb llrrwi-r- . nf Guv, snent Inipalnuent of food upply when need-ti- l last week with Mr. Caleb Johnson. for winning the great war. Mr. and Mr. Itarnev Kat snent Take Htavy Toll on Crops. Ilut spectacular nnd widespread Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. R. II. Pres. t ruction of crop It by no meant the ton. only harm worked by plant Mr. un.l Mr. Kdit Mnberlfv snent Kvery aeon and lu Mihttaiitlntly rv. producing aectlon they Satunlay night with Mrs. Lewis cry lnimrant tit Mrs. James douse was called to Nicholasville, Saturday on account of her mother being quite sick. Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Whlttaker and Misa Uwrrnce Whlttaker spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Preston Snyder. Mr. I.en Cobb and daughter, were In Nicholasville Sunday and attended the burial of hit brother, Mr. Harlan Cobb. Mr. and Mrs. Ike Duncan entertained Mr. and Mrs. Barney Kait and Mist Olivia and Master J, C. Preston Saturday night. iIIm-sm-- Irs. R. II. Preston a sumptous three o'clock suppvi Thanksgiving in honor of the bride and groom, Mr. and Mrs. Barney Kast. About 35 guests partook Mr. and at CUTLERY ELECTRIC HEATERS OIL HEATERS TOYS Haselden Bros i on crop production. without control one of th vhlef hasard which the fsnner enrnutitera. Increnlng hU roit nf priHluctliii nnd ultimately the price ubUii roimimrr iiiut pay. dlllli'iilt to drtentiltli' It bus amount of even approvlmately th damage done hy lant dlraea, hilt tlniatt- - ritvntly uuiile very careful by III pathotoglala of the state el lerlment ftatlonv and the Department of Agriculture Indicate that In l(Ul the pnductlo(i of ten of the Important lerrnl, fruit and vegrtnble crops was reduced more than ftVi.ux.iax tiuh-e- l by plant IUeaM. Thl estimate does not Include damuge due to In. certs nor to adivrw climatic ronJI-tloitrun-t!lutIm-.s. 'lc heavy toll Their exWtenee of the bountiful supper. The evening was sreat.v enjoyed by those present. MONEY TO LOAN on good city property. Pay back on weekly or monthly Installments. The Lancaster Building & Loan ASSOCIATION. kttfttUi. J. E. ROBINSON, President Wm. S. HOPPER, Sec'L Tres. When It Is nnd fHh-r equal reniemlred that up to the Item (Milnt for lator of Rep. Wright Kelley of Harlan, it Sunday of Mrs. Thompson's son, Mr. with his sister, Mrs. W. W. West for Dowden, at Berea. Misses Nannie Sloan, Martha Gar Mr. J. D. Guyn ! again on the a visit. ick 1st. Rev. and Mrs. B. J. Skaggs and rett, and Zula Calltco were supper evening of Mr. and Several around here killed hogs children were dinner guests Sunday guests Thursday Mrs. A. M. Burgess. of Mrs. Fred Hall and family. Monday. Buy at the right price Hog Meal, to Miss Hazel Roii is reported Fred Hall attended court in LanDairy Feed, Ground Barley Tankage, have pneumonia. caster Tuesday. Miss Meyers filled Oats, Bran, Mill Feed, Firo Brick, L. H. Davis was In Cincinnati this his place at the depot for the day. Fire Backs, Sewer pipe ,Sand and week buying goods. Mrs. W. B. Roop had for supper; Cement. Garrard Milling Co. Miss Lucille Lackey is the guest of guests Saturday, Mr. and Mrs. I. C. Mr. and Mrs. L. II. Davis enterMiss Fannie Dowden. Gaines, Mr. and Mrs. Hume Tatum, tained the following Sunday at dinMr. and Mrs. J. G. Davis were in of Silver Creek. ner: Dr. and Mrs. R. C. Hogg, Mr. Junction City Sunday. Mr. and Mr. N. M. Burgess, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wagers nnd family, Miss Lucille Davit was a week-en- d and Mrs. Blaine Estridge were in Messrs. Boyd Wagers and J. S. Burguest in Junction City. Richmond Saturday night and went row. j Next Sunday, Dec. 10th. will be to the movies. The Mt, Tabor B. Y. 1. U. enterSunday-nighquarterly meeting at Walnutta. Mrs. T. T. C. Richmond, who has' tained the Fork B. Y. 1'. U. who put on a progiam at this Miss Sadie Ralston entertained in been with her sister, Mrs. R. II. Led-- ! honor of a few of her pupils recently. ford, returned to her home in Vlr- -' place. Nice refreshments were served at the Baptist parsonage before J Rev. Skaggs is In Louisville, where jfinia Saturday. proceeding to the church. Mrs. J. T. Thompson and daugh-- ( hew ill undergo an operation on his Mrs. A. B. Wynn entertained the wcro guests ter, Miss Fannie Dowden eyes. following Thursday evening: Dr. nnd Mrs. B. B. Montgomery and children, Mrs. Martha Wynn nnd children, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Roop nnd Miss Chat-tin- e Rucker and Mr. nnd Mrs. Thou. TheKentucky Tobacco Warehoiise Company Kentucky la operating the warehouses named below and respectfully solicits your shipments: KENTUCKY HOUSE, Larimore & Sons, Manager. H. II. Alexander. Mgr. TENTH STREET HOUSE, l.o;don & Schmidt, Mgrs. LOUISVILLE HOUSE, Mark your tobacco to cither of the three houses and it will receive prompt and proper attention. Louisville, PAINT LICK MM Protocting Whsat Seed Agalnat Smut by Formsldohyde Trostmont Lexington Florida (Effective Sunday, r4evtmktr Florida Three Through Trains Daily at, 1K1.) Royal Palm I.v. Danville Ar. Ar. Ar. Ar. 11:20 A. M. Chattanooga 3:ur.jn. (C.T.) 8:48 P.M. Atlanta 12:20 A.M. Macon, EX 7:55 A.M. Jacksonville Pullman Sleeping Cart and Coacbt Ohio Special Lv. 11:40 A. M 6:20 P.M. Ar. (C.T.) . 11:20 P.M. Ar. Atlanta , 3:04 A.M. vCT.) Ar. Mason 11 :30 A.M. Ar. JartsesvWs Pullmsn Sleeping Can and Coacht to JaeksonvWs. Dlntnx Can Serving AU Meals. Danvillo ... to Jacktonvllte. During Can Serving All Meals. required for the dlsentrd anil the heailhy cropa. It It ctenr thnt theae peat constitute a tnovt grlevoui and dangerous overload on agriculture, our basic Industry. Mutt Aid Stabilisation. That stabilization of agricultural production, which U highly delmble from the standN)lnt of buoliieas as well as of the producer und the coiisiituer, can only come when fanner generally are able so to ahape their plantings that, with normal weather, the acreage plauttd "111 iiroduce the approximate quantity miutrftl to raeet the consumLogsdon. Until this la accoming demand. plished, seasons of shortage with BUENA VISTA prices painfully high to the. consumer Along aro rertnln to le esperlenceil. will come year of excepMr. R. H. Ruble was In Lexington with the-tive prixluctlon In which the producer lust Friday. l coiiiiellrd to heir destructive Iim Mm. Terry Crutchfkld la better at bemuse price nre below the cost nf this writing. production. For the correction of e Mr. J. R. Abner made n business thl destnictlve alternation of too crop pmductlnn the uml too gn-a- t trip to Frankfort recently. developmilit nf effective cimtrol of Mr. T. M. Scott, who has been plant iett I one of the mint Imporlultu ill Is able to be out again. tant fnrt or. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Wilson spent Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. Clarence SAVE CORN FOR EXTRA SEED Ruble. Mrs. Victor Ruble, of Cincint.atl, Ixcelltnt Plan to Select Enough to 8erve for Two er Three Years' is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. harrett are t, Farmers Stop Guessing On Best Corn Varieties. Farmers In Fulton, Carlisle, (5rav- es, Ballard and McCrackcn counties with their county who agents and the extension division of the College of Agriculture during the past year in conducting corn variety tests have eliminated much of the guessing which usually accompanies the selection of the best variety of corn for a given section, according to a report to Ralph Kenney, crops extension specialist from the college. Tho tests wll be continued for sev eral years in an elfort to determine definitely which varieties arc best suited to different sections of Ken tucky. In the 21 variety tests which the ftinners conducted this year, Pride of Saline yielded an overage of 40.8 bushels an acre, Boone County Whlto an average of 37.8 bushels an aere, Reld's Yellow Dent an average of 34.0 bushels an acre, Iowa Silver-min- e an average of 32.3 bushels an acreand Hickory King an average of 20 bushels an acre. These yields constitute the ones given in the flrst counties in reports received from which variety tests were conducted during the past summer. In most tests several local varieties were included In the work and In several cases gave higher yields than any of the five varieties listed. '-'7 When you get tired of reading about the arms meet at Washington you might try making them meet at home. lit-ti- to his wife. But that Isn't strange. It requires inordinate courage in some rates. Occasionally we hear of some fellow who never says an unkind word Special Invitation to YtiH Pttpli Suwanee River Special I.v. Danvillo Ar. ChattasMM Ar. Ar. Ar. Ar. Atlanta Mason . - John Dismuke. Mrs. Klisha Scott has returned home after a short visit with friends Plantings. 11:45 (C.T.) P. M. . .(EX) U:S5! 3:10 P.M. !:8M!' i MU 1:30 AJM. ir ti fuu tim. sepuig Can sad Tarns Clsarwatsr ArSt Petersburg. Ar. Brsosntown Ar. Sarasota ... ............ (B. 5 Hnwu Coht TJ Eaaura Turn. rVUcslMtri ( VU Tampa) to TttmM. (Via Bfaoeawwn.; All Meals. Dinks Can 8arrk Fat ties, stsefssf ear reaerrtUoM or otker Information, apply to Ticket Agent or m. v, sunt, IM Mart l lamnn awes I. lariat! a. tr. "u When com It selected from the field for seed, the United Htates Department of Agriculture urges that enough teed at Lexington. two or three Miss Rachel Scott, who hat been be selected to sen's for years' planting, litis It esrntlal In school for several days absent from of the origination and is reported back again. varieties udapted to local Seed corn that matures Miss Henrietta Mayes, graduated nurse, of St. Joseph's Hospital, it well and dries out promptly without Injury will keep I! a good germinating visiting relatives of this place. anil yielding power for four or five went to years. Often a bad season will preMrs. Terry Crutchfield Nicholasville Friday where she will vent the selection of desirable corn for n teed corn of spend several days with her friends, seed. But always availquality can the a suHrtsat quaatHy to the optimist able by protect! terrible perx-tuatKn c hums-grow- This bank attends to every young man or woman in this community a special invitation to become a savings depositor. Only by careful and systematic saving may you hope to acquire the funds necessary to eventually branch out in business for your self. No great amount Is necessary to open an account. You can do so on any sum from one dollar up. You can add to this account front time to time in any sum you desire, no matter how small it may be. THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. S. C DENNY, CaihUr. let Jolt It's a to find himself holding the bag. molttur t ataer aultmla fT.Mii a4 trass tassel s4 CMtM $30,000. Honor RoN SvrkM $30,000. link Tht Central Record, Lancaster. NINA Ky., Thureday Dec 8. 1 92 1 1 . 2 "fiavtf MMC0 IN OLD KENTUCKY" MUOOD WILL TULL Replace your icrub and crude sire with Rood purebred. Join the "Better Sire, Hetter Stock" campaign. What about thlt trio of herd boars? ciMlfVipitM bOAsT KING PILOT NO. 487,531, by the Pilot, the world's "KENTUCKY RANGER," sirm! by the largest ill tll Wf 1 "KENTUCKY CHECKERS," it's yeur meve. CATTLE CATTLE CATTLE We own more LACK-CA- P black-cap- s than any herd In Kentucky. ROYALTY NO. 253,797 AND LACK.CAP GARRARD NO. 283,601, "Herd Built." Young ttock either lex for sale at all time. Visitors always welcome. Dixie Stock Farms. SANDERS RROS. AMON, PROP. 4c LANCASTER, KY. Logan Farmers Organize Sixth Sire than 100 pound of hutterfatln one year, lly mean of tht cooperative plan, dairymen in the county will be able to uc these merit ire In their dairy herd at small cost. Consider Association. able increase In the milk and butter-fa- t during production of the herd pure-bre- d Organization of aire associations among Ken- the next few yearn It expected to foltucky ilairymen is making rapid pro- In wthe adoption of the gress, the sixth aMocIatlon for the ire plan. Two member of the asState recently having been formed In sociation have ordered live bred heifLogan county, according to K. M. er as a part of their plan to place Prewitt. dairy extension specialist the animal In their hens on a regis- of Agriculture. lered basis. from the College The aMocIatlon, which was urganiied It takes a wife man to moke a under the direction of County Agent fool of himself Intentionally. college dairy W. It. Whitlow and the extension division, hai 30 member A really brave man seldom offers who arc owners of approximately 100 excuses. Facts are sufficient war- cows. rent for his action. At the fint step in the work of We are pledged not to let out of the the organization, member new atociatlon will purchase purr-- j whisper regarding the latest engage bred Jersey lire. having ai their, ment, but there l nothing said about mothers cow that produced more shouting it to the housetops. Guess! - FOH PLUMB- 9 ksl OS IV1, Ux-m , mtM sssssaYA.''V ! ING SEE I MCCARTHY The PLUMHKIl mi ii miMajm " mi ii Etc. I bstierwf , Lancaster, Ky. .Mrs. J. B. Whitted was taken to Ilerea, to the hospital Friday. Mr. Carl Anderson spent Sunday night with Mr. and Mm. Willie An derson. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie I). Prather were guest of his parents, Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Will Creech were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Cameron Prewitt. Mrs. Dee Ward spent Tuesday night with her sister, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Anderson. Mr. nnd Mrs. Hobnrt Malsnr spent part of last week with Mr. and Mrs. Prank Hume. Mr. anil Mrs. Walter Harden spent last week with her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. E. Whitted. Mr. Herbert Anderson was the afternoon guest Thursday of his little friend ,Mr. Glenmore I.unsford. Mrs. Marlon Prewitt and Mrs. W. I Prather spent Wednesday after noon with Mrs. T. A. Anderson. Mr. Willie Anderson and daugh ter, I.clin Lucille, spent Sunday with Mrs. Hubert and Mrs. Mace Malear. Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Anderson ami children were guests Sunday of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Fletcher. Mr. nnd Mrs. Jessie Prather nnd on and Mis Addic Williams spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Dave Williams. Anderson On Nov. 19th., 1921, Mr. T. A. Anderson parsed to his F.tcrnal Home. His death was momentarily expected for several months. He had been a long sufferer of heart trouble. He is survived by his wife and seven children. He first married Miss Lucy To this union was born six children, three of whom arc living. Willie, Clayton and Dewey Anderson. In HMO he was married to Mrs. Tilda Dcboard. To this union was born five children, four of whom are living, Carl, Johnie, Leslie and Mary He was n kind Willard Anderson. and beloved husband and father. After short funeral services at the grave he was laid to rest In the old family burying ground to await the resurrection morn. Sleep on beloved, sleep on, And take thy rest. I.ny down thy head Upon the Savior's breast. We loved thee well, Hut Jesus loves thee best; And He has called him home to rest. unristmas a -- T4 a SHOPPERS LOOK AT THESE We give to the right a list of Dolls popular and economical solacted with gifts for Christmas. They have been great care, with ot a view to giving perfect satis- faction in every case. You con-nget a better gift anywhere for the money. We aim to make this Christ- mas an especially pleasing one to our customers by enabling them to secure the very criCs Gloves Stationery Bath Towels Handkerchiefs Silk Underwear Gordon Silk Hose Hand Made Collar Sets best obtainable at the lowest possible prices. PhilippineHand Made J. E. Dickenson & Son i i aWW? atS? st-- f 53 55 53 TO CREAM atti Jf s The county already has n Q:M nn la t purebred Ilolstein lire ocuuon "hose member Camobell Lexington, Ky., Feuding tests " use profiting from the conducted by the Kentucky Agricul wc"'',rc,l lirr tnc breed. turn! Experiment Station for the pur pose of comparing the value of brok Saving Time With Heuss Hints. Plan are well under way in CampWhen polling a plant that will some en ear and shelled corn in fattening bell county forthe organization of the time need repotting uiakr a "lining" steer indicate that shelled corn has purecounty' second fur llie pot, using plevr of old wire no advantages over broken car corn bred sire association, the .member- feniinr. tightly wlreil Into slinpe. Thll when siagc is fed, ship of which will be composed of enables one to repot the plniit without in producing beef according to results of the trinls givfarmer owning Jersey cattle, accord- disturbing the nxts and Hie wire pot ing to a report from County Agent rn he placet! with h- - i!uut In the en In a circular which has Just been by the station. One lot of ten II. Carmen to the Collrge of Agri- targrr ot also, makln. u pittde te issued - letting the steers each, which were fed for 140 culture extension division. Interest- repot again r It liotit nn- -li r tins days, made an average daily gain of ed farmer signed up 43 cow for the main roots, thouch the not presented nol fc .. '.Mint; the 1.95 pounds on a ration containing prospective association at a recent new still he) mill It ng limits. helled corn, while a similar ot of meeting and Indications are that Vou can keep fi n. . itinful for steers, fed for the same ength of will be enter- many jears by this more than -5 animal ... Mr. M. time on n ration containing broken ed in the organization when it I com- CoJo, ear corn instead of shelled corn, made nn average dally gain of 1.89 pounds, according to the results. Ml The object of the tests was to obtain definite Infrmation onthe dvla-tlv- e feeding value of broken ear and shelled com for fattening steers where corn silage is used in the ration and corn allowed during the latter part of the feeding period. you conceive of anything your son or Cnn For lomc time, mnny cattle feeder daughter would like butter than to receive n nice of the State haw believed that shellnew bank book on Christmas morning, and realize ed corn produced larger and more that he or she is suddenly und unexpectedly possesseconomical gains thnn did ear corn ed of u bank account "just like jrrown-ups?- " under these conditions, according to Think of the incentive it would be to the young the circular. Some steer feeder In one to save, and accumulate, and watch it grow. Kentucky sell their eur corn nnd buy sheled corn torepace it, paying five Think, also, of the valuable lesson of life it cents a bushel for the shelling in ad would be to a child, or a young man, or a girl. dition to hauling the com to nnd Think of all of these things then mnke the defrom tho elevator, the circular ttutes. posit and get the book. Bach steer fed ihellej corn d an average of 10.11 pounds of corn during the last SO cay of trail and 3.(5 pounds of cottonseed meal, 35.37 puunds of illage and .17 pound of straw during each dny ofthe test. Those fed the broken car corn each consumed an average of 12.41 pounds of com during LLJa 'BsWBl-taTafm- P the last SO days ofth e experiment and 3.45 pounds of cotton seed meal, 33.03 pound of silage and .35 pounds of straw during each day of S. 4 PER CENT ON TIME AND SAVINGS the trial. The tteers which received the shelled corn made their grain at a cost of $14.23 a hundred pounds while those fed the broken corn put on beef at hun coit of $14.21 - LANCASTER. KY. dred pound. Detailed result of the m11 travelers Cheque, which are good in We teit are given inthe circular which the UaKed States sad all foreign ceHRtriee. I No. 20. It il being distributed frecto Interested person. atuu al 'Of Plan Jersey ' Owners pitted. Shelled Corn Is No Advantage To Steers BUCKEYE Mr. It. W. Sanders were Danville Tuesday. Mr. Geo. Mnrsee visited her sister, Mr. W. E. Whittaker lost week. Mrs. Nath Hogio of Lancaster, spent last week with relatives here. H. Y. P. U. met Wedneday evening. Holt. Davis led the meeting. Mr. Hobt. Noel Is In Lancaster with his sister, Mrs. Joe Kelley for a few Mr. nnd In PRODUCERS ' day. visited night. Mr. John Dcerlng, of Nicholasville, Mr. Reathcr Wednesday THE BEATRICE CREAMERY have opened a crcair, buying station in the new building of A. H. Bas-ti- n & Son, on Campbell street, near depot, where :hev are prepared to render you service here, testing your cream or if preferred to forward same to Cincinnati, saving you the trouble of going to depot. Give ur a trial. J. D. PRAYTHER, Local Manager. ..- i Mr. Curtis Pierce visited Mr. and Mrs. Joe Pierce nt DryanUville re- Lack Of Plant Food Reduces Crop Yields I cently. Itcv. Price was a guest of Mrs. Lorn Noel and fumily Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Flora Long and daughter. Miss Francis, moved last Thursday to Nicholasville. Mr. Arch Whittaker and daughter, Miss Dorothy, of Nicholasville, were Why Not a Bank Book for Christmas? en-mine- DE-POUT- Til Garrard Bank & Tryst Co here Thursday. Mr. Mai Carter and Mr. Lora Noel sold several hogs to Kirby Tenter at $0.75 per hundred. Dr. Geo. Hendren was In Nicholas ville Sunday to attend the funeral of his sister, Mrs. Hattle Davis. Mr. and Mr. W. E. Whittaker have moved here. We are glad to have this family to locate in our community. Mr. and Mr. Nath Bogie of Lan caster, Mr. and Mrs. Jess Uogie were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lewi Noel Thursday. Mrs. T. C. Jenkins and son, Dwlght Hill, returned home after several weeks stay with Mr. Walker Brad, ihavf, In Danville. Misses Myrtle nnd Christine Davis entertained Thursday evening Misses Jane Harberson, Sadie Kalston, Ethel Bay and Sallie Lou Teater, Messrs. Robt. and It. C. Long. W. M. S. met Thursday with Mrs. A. C. Miles. Miss Sadie Kalston led the meeting. Mrs. Kobt. Hroaddus, Mrs. Walter Grow and Miss Sallie Lou Teater had reading. Mr. Hubert Carter will lead the next meeting at the home of Mrs. It. W. San-delubject, "Worihip." When a fellow's sin Lack of available plant food, which the greatest single factor responsible for the low average crop yields "Since manure is relatively rich In of Kentucky farms, can be remlded best by the use of form manure and nitrogen, it is an excellent form of commercial phosphate coupled with fertilizer to use with phosphate which the growing of legumes and the prac- every fanner can purchase on an tice at the College of Agriculture. economical basis. Manure and pho. Supplying the necessary plant food jphatc, when used together on soils should Increase the State's present needing both phosphorous and nitro-gewill give greater returns than nvernge corn yield of 2C bushels an acre to 40 or 45 bushels an acre nnd when either is used nine. "Aide from its fertility value, the nvernge wheat yield from 13 bushels an acre to 20 or more manure has other cpjalities which give bushels, they say. it nn important place in improving "Either nitrogen or phosphorous, oils. Chief among these is its abilor both, are the limiting factors in ity to improvo the physical qualities determining yields on practically ev- of soil. This can be noticed In tho ery' farm In Kentucky," It. E. Steph-enso- amount of tillage necessary to put a n member of tho college field in condition for planting before agronomy department said. "Phos- and after it has been wcllmanured. phorus usually must be bought in tho Theorganlc mutter which it supplies form of acid phosphate, basic slag loosens the tight soil and gives it the or rock phosphate but it is seldom dctired granular structure. In adprofitable to purchase nitrogen for dition to this manure stimulate the use on general field crops because of activity of soil bacteria ami aids them Its cost. As long as the nitrogen' in making plant food available. n, n, deficiency Is not made good, however, the use of phosphate cannot be as profitable iw .. cthcrwlse should be. In other words, phosphorous will not give its best results until the nitrogen Is provided with it. W. 0. RIGNEY W. B. DICKERS0N W. O. RIGNEV Office. Phone 18. & CO. Funeral Oircctors and Embabntrs Residence Fhone 33. he ti find him out generally willing to stay In. Lancaster, Kentucky. 4 BURLEY MARKET Suffers Slump At House Cave. Mart County Growers Ktfuse To Ac 2 Th Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thuriday, Dac 8, 92 1 1 COMBSSKm'S SALE OF LAND crpl Offer For Crop, And Sesk Membership In New DODGE DROTHERS GAKRARD CIRCUIT COURT Bank of Hryantsvllle, et al, V'S Plaintiffs, Lexington. Ky., lire. '.'.The bottom linn dropped out of 'the bur. ley tobacco market at Horse Cnvc, according to Information received nt Co-- 1 the Hurley Tobacco Growers prrative Association headquarter on' South Broadway from a Hart coun- ty member of the association. A warehouse unfriendly to the associn-- i tion ha been open and selling bur-- 1 ley tobacco for n fiw day. Today i price dropped generally about ten cents a pound. Mnnv of the growers refused to . ! .! u V....I-.- I! , liie accepi .i price", uhvu'u iui. their tobacco back to the barns. JET ..l Motor Vehicles EINNAIRD BEOS., DEALERS . v ...... 111 VJllirin npplied membership In the Associa-- j , tion, leaving their tobacco stored until the Association Is ready to re ceive it. Hurley i growers, members Marketing of the new Association, are going forward with their plans for the election of district delegates December 12th., and so fnr as. reported the county organizations have named some of their strongest men, Organization Manager Joseph Pnssonneau said to- -, day. "Judging from the type of men nominated for delegates In the vari-- j ous counties," Mr. Pasonneau said, "the men best fitted for leadership' in the organization are likely to bej selected as delegates to the district! 'meetings. This, of course, will re- -' suit in the selection of the growers' ' best men for directors. The mem- hers of the organization have the' choice of their wn preference for! delegates, if the names on the ticket in each county do not meet with their approval, blank spaces being left to write in their preferences in such cases, but so far as we have heard there has been very little dis- -, IthesKiersHK blwooIlcUcabo the championship for weth- - in Corbin. iwtisfnction with the nomination of 'TilM MKQIANIl B i of his breed, was declared to be jfr. anj Miley Heazley, Miss- -' Mr. and Mrs. Guy Davidson andLUlTUnJuMUllIill the committees. "llallots will be In the hands of one of the most evenly covered and es Dorothy and Joephinc Ileazley, ; two sons. Robert Hatnon and Glenn I every grower In ample time to per best fitted Hampshire at the Ex- - were visitors recently of Mr. and were dinner guests Sunday of Mrs. SALE OF LANDiCarrie Davidson and Mr. and Mrs. mit him to cast his vote December' position by livestock authorities who) Mrs. Wm. Kinder. I 12, before 4 o'cock In the afternoon, viewed him. Mr. and Mrs, W. T. Sutton andt', T. Sutton. GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT Among the prizes captured by live-- j Mr Carie D,v,j,oni were , Un.i whether he casts that ballot in perR. L. Burton, Plaintiff, stock from the station farm were son or by mall." ,mlj Thurwj,y of Mr. VS. following ones Kverett McClure, of Aurora, nld., .Mrs. i u. uaviuson. James N. Locker, et nl, Defendants Eighth on senior yearling Short We desire to express our symPursuant to a judgment rendered at chairman of the Durley Tobacco Mr. and Mrs. Obe Bolton have re- pathy Growers' Association horn steers, third and fourth on jun of gratitude to all for their the November Tern.. 1021. the un visiting their sell during derslirned Commlsslcner willand at kindnesn and thoughtfulnes for Dearborn County, Indiana, in lor yearling Berkshire barrows, first turned home after public auction to the highest best daughter, Mrs. Everett Grow, and notices) of the the illness and after the death of our bidder at the Court House door in of the on a pen of three junior yearling Mr. Grow of Hockley. Berkshire barrows, second and sixth Ky., at 1 o'cock, A. M COMMISSIONER'S books of the association to givt growdear mother and grandmother. Such Lancaster, Mrs. J. D. Baker, of Poor Ridge kindness will always remain dear to or thereabouts, on ers an opportunity to sign up their on senior Berkshire pigs, third and MONDAY, DECEMBER 20th., 1021, crops, said that, "there is every rea- sixth on junior Berkshire pigs, sec- road is the guest of her son, Mr. our hearts. SALE OF LAND Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Lear and family. the real estate mritioned In the son to believe that our tobacco will ond on a pen of senor Berkshire pigs, Kdd Baker and Mm. Baker. pleadings and described as follows: be marketed quickly and on very second and seventh on the offspring In Garrard County, Kentucky: BeGARKARD CIRCUIT COURT f ne sire, first, fifth, eighth and ninth favorable terms." ginning in a branch, comer of lot 2 Angle Church, et al, Plaintiffs, ami 3, with No. 2 up a hollow, N. Information received at burley n yearling Hampshire wethers, fourth VS. 2ft, E. 4 chains, N 32. E. 3 chain's. Lydia Huffman, et al, Broad-- ! "ntl eighth on Hampshire lambs, third headquarters, 020-02South Defendants. N. 44, E. 3.7S chain, N. 39, E. 0.17 three Hampshire lambs. Pursuant to a Judgment rendered at way, Indicates that the growers of on:l Pcn chains to a stone on Southslde of a the November Term, 1921. the unDearborn county are going out to,cnamP'on Hampshire wether, seventh passway in line with said lot, with dersigned Commissioner will sell at make that county's pool 100 per cent)0" Cheviot wether and third in the same, N. 80 M. W 29.C1) chains, S. public auction to the highest and beat 74 H chains, W. 41 links corner to bidder at the Court House door in mutton improvement class. atrong. Robert II road us. with same S. 10, W. Inraster. Ky., at 11 o'cock, A. M. A delegation of Bourbon county 0.57 chains to a box elder on bank of or thereabouts, on growers, who had a part in the sign GUY. new line and with hallow: thence ing up of more htan 95 per cent ofrl general course of fence, S. S3, K. MONDAY, DECEMBER 20th 1021, 100 chains, S. 09, E. 2.21 chains to the real estate mentioned In the Mr. Wm. Griggs attended court in Bourbon's crop to the association,! CHARACTERS a black walnut, S. 01. E. 3.47 attains pleadings and described as follows: will go Into Ohio Monday to aid in 'Richmond Monday. In Garrard Countv, Ky., on Kem to a walnut, S. 44, E. 3 chains to a SCHOOL COMMITTEE Brown, Adams and Clermont coun- -' mulberry tree, S. 05 34, E. 5 chains per Lane, near Lexington Turnpike. Mr. James Naylor, of Lancaster. i Tract No. 1 : Beginning at a stake, ties next week. Another delegation j visiting Mr. and Mrs. John Osborn. Mr. Abbott to a rock fence, S. 53, E. 5.40 chains Uriah Perkins, Chairman corner to Dunn, near a walnut stamp, fence, S. from Bourbon, Fayette and other' Dr. W. M. Elliott to m point in stone77, E. 1.59 57 Jacob Hillaker E. 2.90 chains, S. chain thence N. 20, E. 80 H poles to a counties will attend the meeting! Mi" FannIe Mtru,a Penl the I""1 John Smith Dr. J. B. Kinnaird to the beginning .containing 29.22 sugar tree stump, corner toJenkins; o with Miss Lee Anna (week-enwhich Judge Robert R. Bingham acres, MM thence N. 10 H. W. 89.2 poles to an APPLICANTS address nt Richmond Monday next! The purpose of said sale is to ash and two hickories; thence S. satisfy a lien note of 11,704.50, with 604. W. 13 poles to a stake: thence Mrs. C. R. Henry was the visitor and probably fifteen or twenty will . 103 tt pole Mrs. Ed. Gaines interest at nix per cent per annum S. 41 V Miss Dashawny to a remain in the county throughout the 'Thursday of Mrs. Kdd Ross, of Lan- Mrs. Sam Cotton from Jan. 1, 1920. until paid, due the stake, corner to Dunns; thence diviMiss Belinda Sharp county caster, week, aiding the Madison sion line S. 59 3.4, II 120 poles to Mr. Sanford plff. herein; together with the cost of Miss Sally Simple the beginning, containing 00 acres, workers in the drive in that county. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Ward were Billy Miller this action. Hezekiah Penderirrass 13 poles. TERMS guests Tuesday of Mr. and Mrs. W. Tract N. 2: Beginning at a stake The sale will be made on a credit SCHOLARS G. Clark. Winnings of wix and twelve months, and the In the middle of the road; thence S. 70 3.4. W. 51 poles to an ash. beech Mrs. James Yantis was a visitor Girls Imrchaser will be required to execute aad old corner; thence with Una A approved security Saturday of Mrs. Bascom Pclphrey, Faithful Snooks, Sutton purchase price, payable to for the . 4U :i.4, rj. HH.40 poles to oldstake Mrs. Fred aire 10 a V. II. Mrs. Bruce Larson Brown, Master Commissioner, due in on the side of the road;thence fall Samantha Piper, age VI Lexington, Ky., Winnings 0f the'" , Lucy an, No'' M' Turner Jerusha Dickson, age la Airs. it. it. uaiaon six and twelve, months respectively, ing into and with middle of said food Kentucky Agricultural experiment W, poles, N. Joe Francis with interest at six per cent from N. H, W. 18.08 poles 05 the begin-nlnStation at the recent International' 'Pent Sunday with Mises Anna Mae Clorinda Geyser, age V 22 to Mrs. J. K. hlmoru date until apaid, having the force and Susan Crawfoot, age 15 represent one and Lillian Kidii. Livestock Exposition containing It acres and 37 etTeet of Judgment upon which Mrs. Clinton Bastln execution muy issue, and u lien will poles. afthe major accomplishments of the' Mrs. Ollic Graham and little son Sally Brown, age 15 The purpose of this sale Is to ill. Mrs. J. H. Kinnairu be retained upon the land until the Institution In its program for im- visited Mesdames C. R. Henry and Mehitable Jones, age 1G vide the net proceeds arising from Mrs. Wherritt purchase money is paid. age 17 Monday. Dorcas Doolittle, proved livestock In the State, accord- Milton Ward W. II. Brown, M. C. G. C. C. the sale among the Joint owner as ing to K. S. Good, head of the animal their Interest may appear. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Foley had for Boys G. C. Walker, Att'y. for PilTs. husbandry department. TERMS their Sunday visitors, Mr. and Mrs. Capt. Am. Bourne, Auctioneer. Hob Bastin More than 20 awards, Including the Joe Turner and children. The sale will be made on a credit '.uther Brown, age 4 of six and twelve months, and the 1) championship on a Hampshire wethMr. Dave Sanders Mr. Perry Osborn spent Saturday David Snooks, age purchaser will be required to execute Notice. Mr. George Brown er and the first prize on a pen of night and Sunday with Raymond Billy Crawfoot, ago 10 ond with approved security for the Mr. W. S. Carrier three junior yearling Berkshire bar- Preston of Bryontsville. 10 Obadlah Buzzard, Any one holding claims against the iurchaso price, payable to W. large Thompson estate of A. D. Ford, deceased, pres- Brown. Master Commissioner, due II. rows, all of which were won in Chas. age 1!J in n-Mrs. Wm. Walker and Mis sBcu- - Stephen Tucker, Mr. Jess Sweeney ent same to me immediately and six and twelve months respectively, rlasses containing unimals from the Jenkins, age 14.. lah Yater, who have been on the sick Jeremiah with interest at six per cent from Judge Stapp properly proven. most prominent professional breeders Bobby O'Lce, age 15 date until paid, having the force and are Improving rapidly now. urid exhibitors from all part of the list Mr. V. A. Lear Samuel Snooks, age 1C Bascom C. Ford, Adm. effect of a Judgment uuon whleh Misses Rose and Minnie Turner, of Sim Dipsey, age 1G Will Mac Elliott 11.24-3- t. United States, are regarded as a disexecution may issue, and a lien will guests of Do retained upon tho.Iand until ths ani- Lancaster, were recent tinct accomplishment by station purchase money Is paid. VISITORS Misses Mollie and Ethel Barnes. mal husbandrymvn. Notice. W. H. Brown. M. C. G. C. C. s pen of three Berkshire The Mr. Will Dickcrson Mr. Bill Green, of Point Level, was Mr. Dipsev All persons having claims against J. E. Robinson, Att'y. for Plff. which were awarded the blue the guest Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Miranda.Mrs. Sanford the estate of A. C. Miles, deceased, Capt. Am. Bourne. Auctioneer. ribbon is a product of the station Holman Brown and Mrs. Cora Green. Mrs. Snooks Mrs. Gaines are requested to rev same a rework In breeding and feeding swint, Some people kep a light Wuraiac quired under atatm and flic same In their room Mr. and Mrs. Simpson Tankersley, Scene I. Examination of Teachers. all three of them having been bred at night In order to be with us at one. aad raised on the station farm. In and little son, Clarence Harding, able to see In the dark. Scene II. Firaf Dy of School. All those knowing themselves In.wbtalftg tko first prize the animal spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. John Scene III. School Exhibition., debted to said estate, will pltase call "It's an unhappy man who marrioa defeated these from some of the Osborn. these days," wall a total pUloaspaar, at onca and settle sasst. After a visit with her parents, Mr. moat Mteeetafiil exhibitors and breed ' Mr. A. C. SEND NEAR EAST FUND TO ;r MiK.Aitsarx. In that oaa they kultd ssarry wond Mrs. T. L. "Yantis, Mrs. Albert hi Um Uattod Stats. ' v '" men iatUad. r Ota. Tkmmpitt, to, her. horn Mrs. Ed. GaiMa, ClwinMa The Haajyehlro wether, which ws Phillips has returned tobacco Batteries, Goodyear Tires and Tubes, Accessories, Alcohol Service Station SERVICE THAT SATISFIES Remember we are members of the one day feature sale. Bring your ticket to us, Saturday, December 3rd j j. J Card Of Thank. best bidder at the Court House door Lancaster, Ky.. at II o'clock, A. or thereabouts, on MONDAY, DECEMBER 20th., 1021, the Veal estate mentioned in the pleading and described as follows: Three tracts of land In Garranl County, Ky., containing 18 U acre and bounded as follousj Tract No. It Beginning at a stone In the center of the Lexington and Lancaster pike, . 44 degrees, hast 30 rods and 10 links to a stone; the N. E. corner of the church house lot; thence N. 88 degrees, 4tt rods to a tone on the upper side of the road; thence 28 West 14 rods to a stone in the center of the pike; thence N. 24, E. 10 rods to a stone with the ceijter of the pike; thence N. K degrees, East 20 rods to a stone In the middle of the pike; thence N. I2!4 W. 12 rods to a stone In the middle of the pike; thence N. 35. E. 13 rods to the beginning, containing 13 acres by survey. Tract N. 2: Bounded on the East by tract No, I, on the South by II. II. Campbell, on the West by the Lancaster, Nicholasville and Danville Turnpike and containing about one-haacre, more or less. Tract No, 3: Beginning at a stone in the center of the aforesaid turnpike; thence S. 62, E. 48 rods and 9 links to a lorust post and corner to Martin Brogle; thence E. 0 links to a locust pot and corner to Martin Brogle; thence E. U rods and 7 links to the renter of the County Road; thence with the County road N. 0, K. 8 rods to a stone In the County road; thence continuing with the County road, N. 44, W. 33 rods to a stone, thence N, 81. W. 10 poles to a stone In the pike; thence with the pike S. 84, W 9 rods and 8 links to acres. the beginning, containing 4 The purpose of said sale Is to satisfy three notes of $833.33 each, due by defendants to plaintiffs herein, with Interest at 0 per cent per annum from Jan. 1, 1020. until paid, together with the cost of this action. TERMS The sale Mill be made on a credit of six and twelve months, and the ourrhaser will be required to execute toad with approved security for the purchase price, payable to W. II. Brown, Master Commissioner, due in ix and twelve months respectively. Interest at six Her cent from date until paid, having the force and effect of a Judgment upon which execution may issue, and a lien will le retained upon the land until the purchase money is paid. W. II. Brown, M. C. (J. U. C. G. C. Walker, Att'y. for Pit's. Capt. Am. Bourne, Auctioneer. In M lf -3 Defendant. A. Z. Baker, et al, Pursuant to a Judgment rendered at the November Term, 1921. the undersigned Commissioner will Mil at public auction to the highest and 4 PROGRAM School Auditorium Friday, December 9th, 1921 3-- d 0-t- 9 Station Regarded Are Advance three-fourth- g, ae bar-row- ScrUry.