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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): December 15, 1921 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1921 cen1921121501_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 15, 1921 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1921 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE CENTRAL RECORD. THIRTY IK6NB TIAI LANCASTER. KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON. DECEMBER 15.1921. NUMBII 3(. ABNER NAMED WAR REVENUE STONE NAMED RED CROSS SUNDAY A GREAT BUYERS TO TAKE POOLED BURLEY Board Of Education TAXES LIFTED As Head of Burley Pool DAY AT CHRIS-T1AXMAS SEALS CHURCH Rather Elect Buena Vista Many Will Be Taken At Directors Meeting Organizations From Yesterday Oh" The Citizens Tax Man School SuperEach Of The Local Dinner Will Be Sewed Than Bias ManufacW. II. Shanks Chosen Director From Burdens Jan. 1st. turers' Plan intendent. Churches Re. lUrl, Of Danville Invited. N Co-operati- on J(J Q ! y C. Stone Of The Say. Jam Next Sunday the Annual Meeting will bo held at the Chris-lio- n Association. Church. The rrgular service will be conducted In the morning nt There will be no Lexington, Ky Shortly after 12 trouble in selling the tobacco pledgthe uiual hour. o'clock dinner will be ervcd to all. ed to the Hurley Tobacco Grower' Then will follow a soclnl erlod In Association, in the which everybody l supposed to get opinion of James C. Stone, chairman better acquainted with every bod)' of the committee on temporary operclic. At two o'clock an afternoon ation of the association, who reservice will be conducted, after which turned recently from n trip on which the congregation will be illumined he conferred with the leading manufor the day. facturer uf the country a to their I.ast year n similar meeting was attitude. It proved to Ih held In December. He paid that a a result of hi vis-I- t a mot happy occasion. This year and talk with the manufacturthe occalon ought to be. happier in er he wa convinced that there wa every way. The ear now closing no reason why the relation between luta been a veo' successful one for the manufacturer and the representhe congregation and at thi annual tative of the association should not meeting provi.lon for next year's be mutually satisfactory. activities will be made. Especial "A chairman ami representative year will be derived ofthe committee on temporary opepleaiure thl from the'prewnce of the great num- ration," said Mr. Stone, "I went to ber of new member, who will be see the olTicial of the principal toespecial guest at thin meeting and bacco manufacturer to learn whnt whom special honor will be done. their attitude would be toward the All of these, are urged to be. present association. I was authorized to ay without fail. The older member to them that we wanted to want to come to know them better, with them, a our best customers, and to make them realise how happy and that the nstoclntion desired to all arc at their coming into the learn what their attitude toward the of the congregation. marketing movement All member are aiked to bring wa going to be. well filled basket and to take them "I found generally a very friendto the Sunday School room, where ly spirit among the manthe dinner will be ierved. Thi They seemed disposed ufacturer. la all that I necessary in Gar-rar- d to with us fully. I asCounty to assure an abundance sured them that the association would for oil who may bo present. All be conducted on sound business prinmember of the Christian Church, ciples and that all the manufacturwhether member of the local congre- er would be treated alike by the as" are sociation. Their position, generally, gation or not and all invited. Hurley buy was that they would Rev. M. A. Hart, who recently wherever it might be olTered for sale, closed the revival haa been invited to but that they would not discriminate come over for dinner and the after- against the association. It u not known noon aervice. "I am convinced that there will definitely whether he will be able to be no trouble at all in selling the rorne or not, but i hoped that he can, tobacco pedged to the association and but if he hoUld not be able to at-- J I !ellcvc that the manufacturer will tend, there will be special feature. take every puunil of tobacco we have of the afternoon service. Some of j and be better satisfied with the sys-tethe Junior and ome of the Endeav-- j of buying it than the old public orer will participate ami win noil auction plan. I did not find an unmuch to the pleaiure of all. The friendly spirit anywhere I went and of wa greatly pleased to find that the prenence and hearty all member and friend of the con- manufacturer Intend to treat the asgregation arc asked in order that sociation just as they would any oththe day may be a great one in every er holder of tobacco and that there way. is nowhere any disposition to assume an attitude of resentment against the organized growers. As the manufacturer have their own drying The plants, I found that most of them The Women to purchase their requirements in winter order. "You ran say for the association," aid .Mr. Stone, "that there is no Ky. on our part to get at I wa with our best customers and one of n great number who partook of a Goose Supper in Lan- that, s.i far as I wa able to observe caster Lodge No. 101, on the night of and learn through my talks with the Hth. inL When I looked down them, no tendency on their part t do the long lino of table, laden with anything other than to give us all the MibnUntiaU, who!eomely and ele- consideration to which we are enby the delicate tiled when the time comes to market gantly prepared hand of the women of the Kaitern our tobacco." Star organlzatfon, the thought occurred to me (not for the first time however,) whether it would bo worth James "lied" Huberts was unaniwhile to llvo in Oil world if the mously elected by the letter men to ministration of women were ellme-nate- lead the 1022 Centre Foot Hall Team. "lied," ax he is famllarily known The finite will never be able here throughout the United States nnd in to comprehend the Infinite and the "Danville" has been picked by many mysteries of birth, life and death of the leading sport followers of foot none but a Supreme Intelligence ball on the All American Team. could take thu gentle iter, o vast-l- y different from the aame parent stock a her burly brother, who eein Impelled to destroy and hu to mend. Chief of Police Hratton is busy You will find her wherever need- every day fixing up the streets of the ed, eated nt the bedside, moothing city and also cleaning out the rubthe pillow and sponging the brow of I bish and dirt that usually fills up the . . ... !. .1 lever-iusse- u me imi-tiine 0 iaiieiiiun .L.. I... e gutter nbout this time of year. Held umong the wounded and the Several loads of rock have been dying, wholly oblivlou to the dan-K- placed on the streets in the city fillsurrounding her. ing up the holes, and all In all Is One should never forget that when making a wonderful Improvement. He, the Matchless One, wa nailed to the croM and all men had forsakSchool en lllm and turned away, ho wa Wednesthe lat to leave and the lint at III tomb. Evening, Dec. I have felt reacntful at timet be cause In the old scriptures, angel 21st.t 8 were described as men under the new dispensation they are described "The Seven Age of Giving" Is the us women. This I a it should be, title of a very beautiful Christmas for a tribute to her true worth can Play, which will be given at tho never be adequately given to her school Auditorium next Wednesday here. Anonymous. night, December 21st, under the auspice of the Christian Endeavor Notice. Society, of the Lancaster Christian ' All delinquent tax payer Will be church. The proceed of this play advertised in next week's issue of will go to the educational work the Record. anions; the orphan. Admiaslon 25 and 50 cent. A. K. WALKER, Sheriff of Garrard County. It. All-Daip "in-lawrn deadlock of several month and whnt looked to be unbroken for several month to come, I'rof. James It. Abner, who ha had charge of the Huen Vistn Consolidated school for several years, wn named last Saturday by a majority of the County Hoard of Kducatlon, a County to succeed School Superintendent held Mis Jennie lllggin, who hns the olflce for the past fifteen years. The election came as quite a surprise, even .to some member of the Hoard, for the Impression among a great many was that Mrs. Jesse flul-lewho was named to succeed Mr. John Wynn, deceased, would decline to vote In the appointment of a superintendent, but she together with Mr. Hruner ami Oscar Hay, voted for Mr. Abner, thu breaking the deadlock. Mr. Mock Morgan wa an aspirant for the olflce nnd had warm friends who were interested in his behnlf, many of whom feel that he was given a raw ileal. Mr. Abner, had also a the superintendent-elec- t number of warm personal friends, who did some noble work for him nnd are naturally much elated over hi appointment. Hundreds of warm friends of Miss lllggin will regret to see her give up the olfice she ha filled so acceptably during so many year, but will look back with much pleasure to the work he ha given the schools of the county and the progress with which they have gruwn under her administration. The Hecord extends congratulations to Mr. Abner and may be trusts his administration equally a successful as hi predeces- After n The nrrognnt war tax penny will sink Into oblivion after January 1st., Directors of the Hurley Tobacco and hide itself in n remote corner of Growers' Association the ordinary citizen's pocketbnok. yesterday elected James C. Stone, of The new Federal tax bill will lift Lexington, president and gencrnl approximately (5,000,000 from the manager, Hnlph M. llarker, of shoulder of Kcntuckinns, a tnxe on warehouse manager, and This District. To Manage. Sal Of Seals This Year. Car-rollto- n, sale, transportation, y, certain items railed luxuries, anil other manufactured products. Where the ordinary citizen is saved many copper the manufacturers will be saved a vast sum in dollar. The tax is retroactive for n year in certain provisions, and the involved nature of the new taxation precludes n separation of certain special taxes. The following amounts will be saved, however, Jt is estimated, on railthese items. Transportation, road tickets, freight shipments, etc., $4,140,12(1. James C. Stone, James N. Kchoe, Hush W. Allen. John H. Winn, of Versailles, and Judge Itobert W, Hinghnm, of Louisville, members of sor. Peter W. Wells Rapidly Recovering. drink, ice cream, etc., $3 Tax on wearing npp.irel sold in excess of certain amounts, $lt(5,-41Stamp taxes on toilet nnd medical article $511, 124; pianos, organ nnd other Instrument, $51,27!); sporting goods, etc., $(52,85(5; chew-in- g gum, 52.20 J. Candy manufacturer paid a 5 per cent tax, amounting to $38,808 last year, hut this will be cut to .3 per cent this year. Taxes on mineral waters, soft drink and cereal beverages have been repealed, but other taxes have been provided which will be paid by the manufacturer. The tax on free admission nnd on admissions of 10 cents and under ha been tnken olT. In addition to the above, taxes have been eliminated on the following articles: Portable electric fans, thermos bottles, articles made of fur, eyeglasses and spectacle and stamp taxes on indemnity and Surety bonds and parcel post package. Soft 2. A TRIBUTE Of To Eastern Star Of Lancaster, de-sl- er cross-purpos- Yea "Red." d. Fixing Streets. thrown from the machine and shot through the neck and left on the roadside for dead. When he was thrown out the machine had reached a point in Fayette county, 11 miles beyond Richmond. He managed to crawl to s a nearby store from where his were summoned nnd he was hastened to the Richmond hospital. rela-tive- Mr. Peter W. Wells, who was so roughly handled by u gang of midnight marauders nnd would be assassins, nt the home of a relative in Madison county one night last week, is rapidly recovering at the Gibson hospital in Hicl.mond, and is expected to be out again soon, little the worse oft for his dreadful experience, Mr. Wells is a Garrard county man, where he has large farming interests. The "District School," the home His mother. Mrs. Sallie A. Well? near Hyattaville, and Mr. Wells talent play that was given at the when in the county, makes his home School Auditorium on last Friday Mr. Itobert night was a complete success, and a with his brother-in-law- , large crowd wa present to see Gastineau. when they attended Mr. Wells f extensively engaged themselves in the real estate business In Arkan- school In their early school days. Owing to the large number that sas and other southern states, besides having a farm in this county, and one was in the show it is Impossible for in Madison county. He was until us to mention nil of their names, recently In partnership with Messr. however, they all played their part Joe S. Haielden and O. T. Wallace in well. About $180.00 was realized from the real estate business. Mr. Wells had a very narrow call this show which will go to the Armenfor his life. He was called from the ian Relief Fund for Garrard County. Mis lluth Carrier had charge of home of a relative near College Hill in Madison county by three men in ! the show and that is one reason that n machine, asked to give them water it wa such a success. for their radintor, and when he com-pie- d with thlr request was struck over the head with a revolver dragged Into the machine, which speeded nway; Mr. Wells was searched and Kvery year for the last five years, when nothing was found, he was twenty-fiv- e persons have died here THE DISTRICT SCHOOL Given At The School Auditorium Friday Night, A Success re-si- Tuberculosis In Garrard County. Moves To Town.. The citizen of Uincnster are welcoming to our city Judge nnd Mrs. Trcndwny and family, who have moved into the Hatson property, on Lexington St. Mr. Trcndway was elected County Judge at the last election and will take over the office at the beginning of the new year. We feel very fortunate In having Judge Trcndwny and his excellent family in our midst. 1 cr Christmas Play Auditorium day O'clock Big Banquet; What promises to bo one of the biggest banquet of the holiday season will be given by the local post of the American Legion. Tho Hecord ha Just printed the cards that will admit the service men of Lancaster and Garrard County to this so called "Get together Banquet." The local post I growing and quite a number of the service men of this county have already renewed their membership to the post for another year. of tuberculosis. During the World War eighteen of our boy lost their lives, eight of these were killed in action or died of wound. During the same period thousands of dollars were contributed for the comfort nnd safety of our boys in the mrvice. How much are you going to givu this year for the protection of our boy and girls at home? Tuberculosis is u preventable disease, it is a conservative estimate that we have n hundred and twenty- five cases in thu county now, that are a source of danger to those With Some of whom they must mingle. these are asking for hospital care, one young man, hcmmornglng fre quently U Maying "And no place for mo to got" Wo have nearly one thousand malnourished children in this county. It is out of this group that tuberculosis will take its toll of two hundred and fifty in the next ten year. Every Christmas seal bought is a bullet fired at this deadly disease. New Fire Hose Arrives. The new flro hoso that the City Fathers recently ordered have arrived and Chief Hratton haa already placed them on thu fire carts and discarded the old ones. Lancaster has suffered very destructive fires In her time and now every precaution U taken. It the executive committee. Judge Hinghnm had previously been elected a director-nt-larg- e and will the other two directors-nt-larg- e be elected later, one from Ohio and the other from Indiana. Twenty-on- e directors were present when the board assembled at the ofBUY RED CROSS SEALS FOR fices of the association, (520 South I Hrondwny. Following a brief in- ALL YOUR XMAS PACKAGES A call meeting of the Masonic formal discussion adjournment was Lodge No. 101, for Thursday night, taken by unanimous consent until 2 December Kith., Is very Important, o'clock. After Itobert K. Heatty, of Fayette county; Halph M. Harker, of and all members nre urged to bo Carol! county, and Captain William present. Collins, of Hourbon county, had been How chosen temporary dircctors-nt-lnrg- e to serve until the regular directors-at-Inrg- e n should be elected. The director nnd the folowing regu The Establarly elected directors were In attend ance. District No. 1, James C. Stone, Lex ington; No. 2, Samuel Clay, Paris; Delivery In No. 3, Cliirord - Walters, Shelby, ville; No. 4, James N. Kchoe, Mays-villCity. No. 5, Frank V. Nnuuelley, C, O. C. Ellis, Kip-leGeorgetown; No. The Hecord has gone to some Ohio; No. 7, Everett McClure, trouble to ascertain just what is deAurora, Indiana; No. 8, John H. laying the establishment of free mail Wynni Versailles; No. 0, P. H. Gaindelivery within the city limits and'the es, Carroilton; No. 10. H. K. Hourne, following is the result of that InvesNew Castle; No. 11, Dawson Chamtigation: bers, Walton It. F. D. 1; No. 12, Itev. It Is considerable expense to the J. H. Jones, Cynthinnn; No. 13, Car- government to institute and maintain roll D. Asbury, Augusta; No. 14, t, free mail delivery, and it does not no election; No. 15, J, II. Sous-leami will not isiume this expense unFomlngsburg; No. 1(5, William til it is fully satisfied that a very II. Shanks, Stanford; No. 17, Hush large per cent of the citizens of the W. Allin, Hurrodsburg; No. 18, Judge community desire such service. 1. H. Thurman, Springfield; No. 10, The proper way to inform the govThompson S. Hurnnm, Richmond; ernment of such desire upon our part No. 20, K. T. Hollowa,1 Taylorsvilc;' Is to make the proper arrangements No. 21, J. D. Craddock. Munford- to receive such service, I. e. have ville; No. 22, Robert Pendleton Tny-- I your house numbered and put up a I lor. Winchester. proper receptacle for the care of the Shanks Elected Director mail. As soon as this is done the At the election held by members local postmaster will apprise the ofthe Hurley Tobacco Growers' department and the proper Association at the Court steps will be taken to establish the House here last Monday, Messrs. L. service. G. Davidson, Tandy Center, It. 1 The boxes have been going up very Hurton and William Scott, were elec- slowly, and until a much larger numted delegates to the Stanford conven- ber than are already erected nre tion by substantial majorities. placed In n position It would be inThis convention unanimously elec- advisable for the mntter to be taken ted Mr. W. II. Shanks, of that city up, as the government docs not deas the director to represent this dis- sire to establish such service until it trict, composed ofthe counties of Gar- is apprised that a large percent of rard, Lincoln, Casey nnd Adair. our people desire it. E YOU MUST ERECT A BOX YOU CAN RECEIVE YOUR Fiscal MAIL BY CARRIER. Raises Salaries Of County Official. An article appearing in a recent issue of the Record would lead one At the October meeting of the to infer that it was not necessary to, Garrard County Fiscal Court and af- erect a box in order to reccivo your ter some discussion at previous meet- mail by carrier, such Is not the case, ings, the salarie of three of the im- you must put up a box before you portant offices of the county were can receive your mail as is clearly raised by a unanimous vote of the shown by the following extract from Court. The treasurer of the county a ruling of thu Fourth Ass't. Postwas ordered to pay the following master General: salaries after January, 1922; County "XXX any person recently tnken Judge $1,G00, was $1,100; County into the city delivery service should Attorney $1,000, was $7C0; County not be favored with house to house Court Clerk, $C00, was $400. delivery of their piall unless they properly number their homes and Broom erect suitable private mail receptacles." In Postmaster Rrown Is ready and Mr. Manuel Turpin & Sons, who anxious to do everything In his powhave recently moved into the "Camp er to assist In the establishment of Taylor" edition of this City have this service, but he can do nothing started a broom factory and arc now without tho of the pubbusily engaged making tho article lic in putting up boxes. that keeps the home and office clean. Up Mr. Turpin says that their output is about fifty brooms per day. Thu citizens of Garrard should in the future when ordering d broom Mr. Stono W. Norman, cf Richdemand that they get the one that mond, who is connected with tho Is made in Garrard County. American Red Cross of that city was in Lancaster on last Saturday where Meetings he filled out thu claims for all of The Directors of the (.ancastcr Garrard County's disabled service and Garrard County Chamber of men. Mr. Norman was brought here unCommerce since they have moved Into their new headquarter over the der the auspice of the local post of Puritan, arc holding weekly meet- the American Legion. ings, the time" being Monday night, You are most cordially Invited to at 7:00 V. M. attend tho Piano Recital All members of tho C. of C. are of the Lancaster Graded High School cordially Invited to bo present at all at the Auditorium Saturday, Dec. meeting as well as anyone who 17th., at two o'clock. wishes to come befow the director to discus anything that Is of Interaltar!' Obelisk Flour always est to, Lancaster and Garrard County give salUfaclloa. Try a sack today. citizens. Hudtoa A Faraais. pro-terI- Following the custom of the past severs! years the National Red Cros ha Issued the well known Xmn Seal nnd I urging the sale of thl stamp in larger quantities than ever before. Tho proceeds of these sales go to help support the splendid work this organization I doing in reclaiming physlcial and moral wreck thru-oour land today. The Young People's organizations from the local churches will have charge of the sale of these stamps, nnd you will render both a favor and a great service to your church and to this noble work by a liberal response to this call. ut Just The People Of Lancaster Can Hasten lishment Of Free The e; y, Vu-can- y, 4 post-offi- ce Court Factory Lancaster. Clean Day In Lancaster. Weekly Mid-wint- - If ? ''I f ThCnMHi HCnt it uhcMitr Ky. ThurMMiy, LHc 15, 1921. 4, you OUR CAN AFFORD to m(M 3f NO ' LIVE STOCK NEWS ttt OMmMM (Delayed.) The swings aad seasaws wttl be MSTRIMTE 130 F1WC MILLS put up next week. Aftrfltf4 KAAaA llrtGetGNPS) pepejsj la vi TTwfwTri it? by th BfG)HflG) OIMN SF eBSaBBAaSsU41kak n win vtwj w HOLIDAY SALE OF HIGHEST QUALITY VIKO ALUMINUM eale The ant of the held In Kentucky (Ms Tear reaeJted Ifi th mm of MB purebred tall. These animals are being distributed through the stst unit will be used for breeding purpose. In deacrHttag the Ml. wayleitd Rhosds of the xtenelon "belter-Blres- " Frra meat of Unlt4 Malt Acrtciritura. Depart. Mr. Bob Long made his usual call at Mr. Sanders last night. We have added to ear faculty a smaller Price this month Gordon Douglas, Miss Jessie B. Ray, a junior, was substitute in the Primary room last I BBBBBBBBBT WaBBP ' UBKt9KKL 2? WARE Satiriay, Dec 24th, at Tw tea-kettl- 'clack es, money. This shipment will indude roasters, perculators, in fact everything for the kitchen. Be in our store at the above mentioned hour, and get mother or sister a big present for a little Type ef lull Used to etilld Up Herds In Ksntustry. Boodloe A Walker Bros LANCASTER, KY. division, Uahcrslty of Kentucky, ststes In letter to the United 8tata De- part meat of Agriculture tkat "Much Improvement will come freai It." Notwithstanding the present eicstleer of much of tha lira Mock la the stste, Kentucky farmers art welcom- lag tha opportunity to obtain, at reas onable prices, purebred sires of su parlor type. Additional sates ara to ha held. - BRYANT5VILLE Rev. A. P. Jonas was the guest Sunday night of Sqaire Logan lam. Mr. Hsyden Learal, of Lancsster, wm tha stb eat Taesday of Mr. B. B. Halcomb. Mrs. W. J. Hogan la on tha akk Uet Bar many frisnss wiea bar a jpeedy recovery. Mra. J. Hogaa Ballard was tha guest Friday f har mother, Mrs. E. H. Elder, of Nithelasvllle, Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Xannady were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hatchiaen, of Danville. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Dean attended the funeral of Mr. Dock Dean, of Nlcholasvllle last Tuesday. Mrs. Edd Perkins, who has been confined to her hone far aeveral weeks is able to be oat again. Mr. aad Mas. John Boner, af NIchelssYiHe, wars the gaeet Saadey of Mr. aad Mrs. C. C. Beaker. Mr. aad Mrs. C. M. Dean, Mr. aad Mrs. A. B. Swaps and Mr. X. L. ton were in Lexingtan Saturday. Mr. aad Mrs. Herbert B reeks ara receiving- - ceafiatulaUona erar tha arrival of a Utile girl. She has been christened Gladys Rable. Mrs. J. H. Edward and sitter, Mrs. Alice Barnes, spent laat week in Ellsabethtewn, aa the guest' of their brother, Mr. T. H. Dean. Bay at the right price Hog Meal, Dairy Feed, Ground Barley Tankage, Oats, Bran, Mill Feed, Fire Brick, Fire Backs, Sewer pipe .Sand and Cement Garrard Milling Co. Miss Katie Barnes Dickenon, Messrs. Irvin Stspp aad Marry Rain- - h - Xmas SUITABLE FOR JOIN THE RUSH AND REDUCE THE COST OF HOLIDAY HAPPINESS. A wonderful Display ef Holiday Gifts for Everybody, priced to meet the Economical Demands of the day. Everybody We have a nice lot of Wftft-Cbfi- ci ey, of Lancaster, were dinner guests VERY FEW REAL RUNTS lOftN sMsraTa Para Wheat Bran, Wheat ftMdeWags, Rye aWddWags, Tanltag. Unaerslsed and Unthrifty Animate Ara Crease Dairy Feed, Herea aad Mala enerally Result ef lnaaaaata FeadL Hudseet dk Faraaw. Peed and Care. last Wednesday of Miss Elixs M.I Hmpbaalalng that runty live stock IaVvS are generally tha rtanlt of Inadequate Mrs. Msry Woolfolk, Miss Marga feed, bousing and cars, the editor of a ret Woolfolk and Mr. Bryan Ballard farm paper la the Central Wast adds of Lexington, were guests of Mrs. E. ta the experience which nearly l,66i H. Ballard. They were accompanied farmers have already reported to the United States Department of Agrlcnl- by Miss Msyme Lee Ballard. tare on the subject of runt prevention. Mrs. R. K. Swope, who was oper "There are very few real rant ated on at the Danvile Hospital Isat bora," he declares. They may be n week Is expected home in a few little underslted. perhaps a trifle days. Her many friends wish her weaker and eestetlmes of Inferior con stitution, brought oa by Improper a speedy recovery- systems. But poor bossing. All donstlons for the Methodist breading range, away getting Halted orphan children of Louisville, will and cheated by the largerrooted huskier aad be received at the church any time of the litter these are the agendas or at the church next Sunday morn by which moat rants are ing. Miss Allle Mae Edward and formed. Given proper cars and feed Mrs. A. B. Swope, committee, will until they get a start, the runts will " receive any canned goods, money or prove These comments agree cleeely with anything els that will be given. the opinions ef others who contribut ed their experiences In tha matter to eleventh CemmsnSmtnt. the department. Particular car needs Answering a question as to the re to be given live stock at weaning ligious signincanre or the tine, since this Is the ttaaa when the anaventn a commandment, reaip?r dama fall to give the noartabment reKates mat tiie answer l found In tha quired by the crowing animal snd book of John 13:34. In whirl. T.n. when the young stork Is learning to said: "A new commandment I give eat other feed. unto you. that you love on another.' WAY OF RAISING MULE COLTS Removing Iron Rue From Slass. City Beet Plan la ta Put Them en Peed Dr. Roy Cross of the Kansas testing laboratory aupplles tha folios After Wssnlng snd Nsver PJetsrd Ins method of removing Iron rust set Growth. Thoroughly soak the from class spot with equal parts of hydrochloric The older wsy of raising mulea was er murlalc ncld and water. Follow to tum them out at weaning time with a hot saturated and practically let them rough It until this treatment The rust three years old. then get them up. aolutlnn of oxalic arid. Stains should tlirn wnrti off with ws- - wild aa deer, for a shearing aad then tar without any trouble. either span them out to break or put them In the pen for fattening aa un broken stuff. Nowadays the mule colt Is put on feed slmo before weaning and Is never nllowed to stop hts grow ing until he Is resdy for the harness, which time Is resetted a year sooner by the new method than by the old. The mule at two Is a good work ani mal, but care must be taken net to overdo him at that age, sad It ta best not to put a la as a 'regular" until he la well accustomed to the work, better still, don't crowd the youngster until be Is three, when he will have attained quits a bit of that strength snd grit that makes him the marvel of the working world. money-makers,- Thursday and Friday. Miss Ralston' room entertained for Miss Francis Long on Friday af ternoon, aa she is moving to Nlcho lasvllle this week. Miss Jane llarberson will have as guests this week st her her week-en- d home In Perryvllte Misses Inet Ray and Sadie Ralston. Miss Myrtle Davis entertained the following Thursday night: Misses Sadie Ralston, John llarberson, Ethel Ray, Sallle Lou Tester and Inex Ray. "The Rainbow Society," which was given by the Sewing Club on Tues- lay night waa very much enjoyed $39 was realised, which will be used in the school. Miss Kslston entertained with a week-en- d home party at her home In Paint Llek in honor of the five girls who made the best grsdes during the month of November. They were Lucille Grow, Elisabeth Walker, Marjorie Warren, Christine Davis, Minnie East and Francis Long. Meeting The Psrcnt-Teachcr- s' which waa organised in November, have the following officers: Mrs. Hubert Carter, President; Mrs. E. B. Rsy, Vice President, Prof. H. V. Price, Snd. Vice President; Mrs. R. A. Broaddus, Secretary: Miss Sadie Ralston, Tressurer. A committee hss been appointed to see those who are interested In the school. The following are members: Mrs. Hubert Csrter, Mrs. Mai Carter, Mr. E. B. Ray, Mrs. Robert Braaddus,Mrs. E. B. Ray, Mrs. Charlie Grew, Mr. II. V. Price, Mrs. Herbert Whittaker, Mrs. H. V. Price, Mrs. Oscsr Ray, Mrs. Myrtle Wearren, Mr. Kemp Walker, Mrs. Lucy Estes, Mrs. Sari!- ila Ray, Mr. Geo.Ray, Miss Hsrber- son. Miss Ray and Miss Ralston. CHRISTMAS Buy now Tim is Short. Hurry! Hurry I Clatia won't wall a gins, i vmm fAtta sWt slelay lee latag, smcJi slay sheeaiag kexsl ar far yen. Our jsarfaajie aaal teilet artklee ar aapsaaaNy nice fer Xaaas gifts. Ceaae te US fer M. aaakea avarybasjy hajsay. Caaaa as t lay tfat far yens. waU Ma that We hava Ximi th face ef GraneJaa ar Graaslaaa, airte fear Mather er Dae), gifts far hppy faeaal chUslran, gafta far friensls asssl laves esses, Gafta tkat wW aaake Tkua McRoberts Drug Store Tsiaa Power ef PvSSfesus. Jad Tunklns says the hardest pari af the tverscr hoy's musical edura-Ue-n Is to teach him to ssy "tlolfca" laatead of "fiddle." PartJswter Abetit Ofasrs. Ons Loaesa dealer asaaarartaraa aad keeps cigars specialty far certain llatlagulshed men. They each hsvs their own bread. Mated after Ik ess. Warn mMty a Prretlsge. great many people have tried te live without work bat have leateatabty failed ta their undertaking, 0f tbsm never weald have dae so had they a proper conception of work, which Is not a penult r hut a privilege. A Ink to apHed aa She freak er table ctMli apply and taMaeaHateiy. The Ink vll then wash wwt quite easily. If Ink Air In a slskrssm. To make the air fresh In a strh-re- s m, dip s sheet In s psll of wster to which has been addnt smsll amount ef ammonia or llstrrtn. Wring oat eatl! almost dry; then hsng In front of sn open window where there Is a gentle breete. gn csn't some genius produce a csr that will run on kerosene oil? Prrhsps then the trust would produce Why real gas In order to put the oil man out of business. Bssns. mall arnmstle Ths rnheh ! th berry of piper ruheba. a climbing Bhmb, natlvs of Java and Borneo, but eiasntls Wsterapswi now cultivated In various tropical A wsterspnut receattr reentries. The dried unripe fruit la much used In metllrln stim frwm s HrHlsh ship l ths Istdtan ulant, expectorant snd diuretic. The ocean wss 4.S80 fret hJab to tha base lalialatloa of smoke and burning of the overlying cloud. TIM rtlamn ctiheh has a wiltlallve effect In some tapered from rTO feet wide at tha affections of the respiratory pas-- Jearttoa with the cloud to iae wlds st the sea. sees. Cuts laarsd m a Useful Christmas Wool Socks, Cotton Socks Handkerchiefs Ties, Etc. 1 Gifts FEEtHNI NEW CORN TO HOGS vs Few atsHta Just aa Plant Weaeh as Advaneed Mil Stags, raeaal-l- y Insreaelng Am sunt A good wsy to accustom hogs to the new com la to rut a few stalks of curn and threw It over the fence to the hogs Just as It reaches the advanced milk stage, gradually lacreas- lug the amount until la 10 er 12 day, when the corn Is well dented, the hog sre getting a full feed. Kvea then. It Is necessary to watch tkem deaeiy to see that none get off feed because of iHgestlvs tronble. ITY, 25 CENTS PER PAIR. LADIES' HANDKERCHIEFS 10, 15 and 25 CENTS EACH. HANDKERCHIEFS IN FANCY BOXES, 25, 50 and 7ScU. ALARM CLOCKS $1.50, WATCHES, $1.50. ALUMINUM WARE, 15, 25, 35 and 50 CENTS EACH. FINE NICKEL PLATED LAMP, $3.50. BIG LINE OF MINUM WARE. OLD TIME WOOL SOCKS LIKE GRANDMA USED TO MAKE, $1.00 PER PAIR. COTTON SOCKS, FINE QUAL- POCKET KNIVES, WATCHES, ALARM CLOCKS, ALU AteMNHiiR 3S, 49,99 Candies, Apples, Oranges, Toysof All Kinds.. SPECIAL PRICE ON 89 x 3ia Vico Tread SILO PAYS LARGE DIVIDENDS Stsaes as Sentinel te lusssssful Cres p4e 4Wg1 AUTO TIRES JtPNJiGa'rt l9f)GMPefBBM9fG) GRAPES. BANANAS, GRAPE FRUIT, COCANUTS, ENGLISH WALNUTS, MIXED NUTS. DRIED PEACHES, PRUNES AND CANNED GOODS. See our line and get our prices before you buy. SltM The aHa ass been the difference be tween success and failure on many farms where cows, beef eattls or abevp kept. The awe stsaes as a sentinel ta successful cropplag aad sekleai rite. It sheald be a monWHeal Mx3U Goodyear DiaMMatd Tread ..$147S SANDERS VARIETY CASH TkMandTlpM at ikf sUd Frejnt STUE if Becker & Ballard AJfTtVIIXB, aaa -r awes farms. Way aet rmWe year em aad carry year cattle ar i aswvBswmaBmpsBws - v . ; rtfr . - 9 vr-- i . " i 'J' i.v- Th Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Why Christmas Came. Do you know my dearie, Why Christmas came today This Is the blessed day That Christ was born. Down In a little mnnger A tittle hnby lay Ills hair of golden yellow I'puti n bed of bay. f i Thunday. Dac 15. 1921 CHRISTMAS SftLE, Beginning Saturday, Dec 17th AND EINDIINQ SATURDAY, DEC 3lt Big Reduction In All Lines LADIES BEST GRADE COATS $14.50 to $25. THESE COATS WERE BOUGHT THIS YEAR 9 iVy jpjWPlE, Seed Make Beit Crops. J The PLUMBER 5, And now you know, my d.irllngs, How this day dM come, To make the children happy And deaf with bugle and drum. Down in a lonely valley, The Holy Shepherds said. Were looking at a little star, ney, one of the specialist Home-Grow- n Up In the sky so clear. "Kentucky growers will proflt to hold mod of their need until after February in order to let prospecthe They had seen nn Angel, Kentucky farmers who will need growers What a story she had told them, .in the State buy theirs at oylnnn or home. On the other hand, farmer Of the denr little babe, rlovrr nlfnlfn, In the town of Ilcthelhcm. cnwpea seed for planting their crop who plan to grow theie crop next next spring have been advised by year will proflt by buying their need crop specialist at thi' College of Ag- early within the State since they can And every since that night, The Holy Angels sing, riculture to mnki' plant now to obtain save from 20 to .10 tier cent on the that growth in this State. Home- purchise price and at the Mint time The sky is shinning bright, All around with music ring. grown seed It nn advantage In that provide a market within the State it in usualy better acclimated anil of for the need grown here." Purchaing feed the proper variety Increasing ue Is being made of the Now don't forget, my darlings, Why Christmas came today. In thi State Is to be recommended service rendered by county agents oincJ It not only supplies a market and extension specialists in bringing So be sure and keep it holy, made of liny. If your bed product but aIo seed buyer ami grower together, acfor a make it poMtble for the farmer to Ily means cording to Mr Kenney. Composed by Virginia Casey, nge obtain the beit eed possible nt what l nine, IlrniUhaw Mill, Ky. probably the lowest cot, the speci- of the plan, farmer desiring to seed can receive information alist lay, "The purchasing of soybean ami from the college while farmer living cowpra need within the State I of in community having good homespecial Importance in view of the grown seed list it with their county fact that a large acreage of thee agents and In '.his way secure their two crop, wai grown during the past year for tied, large quantities of anistance in 'ocating a marekt close Oh land of the verdant Hlue Crass! which are now avai'able," Italph Ken-- ' to home. How proud I am of thee; How fine thy scenes are in their c!as, They look so grand to me Hut not alone for thy fine scenes, I love thy land to roam, Thou host a dearer charm for me-- Thou are my notive home. jf, home-crow- 1 Ladies Best Grade Suits LADIES' BEST GRADE $50.00 Suits now $38.50 DRESSES. ONE LOT .$47.50 Suits now $37.50 OF ALL WOOL TRICO-TINDRESSES, $16.75. $40.00 Suits now $33.50 COME EARLY FOR AND ARE OF THE $38.50 Suits now $29.50 Suits now $27.50 THESE DRESSES WILL VERY BEST STYLE $35.00 $30.00 Suits now $24.75 NOT LAST LONG AT AND QUALITY. $25.00 Suits now $19.50 THIS PRICE. STAR BRAND GUA RANTEED SHOES $10.00 Shoes, now 7.50 Shoes, now $7.45 $3.25 Shoes, now $4.25 $3.75 $4.00 Shoes, now $3.25 $0.00 Shoes, now $4.98 $3.50 Shoes, now $2.98 $3.00 Old Ladies' Comforts, now..$2.49 E pur-cha- 5:!.lr Corsets now $2.59 $2.50 Corsets now $1.98 $1.25 Corsets, now 98c "A Compliment To My Old Kentucky Home." 25 pair Of Pink, Grey, Tilll, Purple, Yellow Do not comforts, cn,ly tmule mal;c buy your them and bo Blue Blankets for.. $3.79 wl, hohl n.ose are TJiompson Corsets, and they FIT. lankcU t0 KUaranUi, tJSi. fnt color... Site rr, x so. mmle wen aml their shape. 4 MONEY TO LOAN m on good city property. Pay back on weekly or monthly installments. Thy streams How with beauty anil GORDON Best Grade Hosiery One lot of Umbrellas .$1.95 Reduced. Kain or Shine Umbrellas,. Ladies' Cotton Hose, at in all colors 16c $8.79 See the price on our ChiYou could not give a better ldren's Stockings and you will be sure to buy. Christmas present. SWEATERS AT THE LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICE. SOME REAL BARGAINS. wealth, Ym, uneipialed they be, Thy hills and vale bloom with health And are so grand to see. Hut not for thy grand mountain The Lancaster Building & Loan ASSOCIATION. J. K. HOHJNSON. locMprtM rp,.,.....! ,iin.:nfr tllC Sdle 5ct8. at We will Sell Cotton ON LADIES' LERNER SHIRT WAIST CUT BELOW COST. PR'CE scene, Nor for thine azure dome, Hut I just naturally love thee. My old Kentucky home. And you have prouder glories too Thoji nature ever gave; Peace sheds o'er thee iu genial dew, Ami freedom' banners wave. Charity plnys n noble part, Keligion lift its dome. These things endeor thee to my heart, My own loved native home. President Wm. S. HOI'l'KK, Sec't. & Tres. You can buy a 2 oz. ball of yarn from us at 49 cents per ball. guest of Mr. and Mr. Hurve Teater and family. Mr. Abe llurton spent the weekMessrs. Karl and Clellan Dailey end in Madison. recently sold some corn to Walter community Locker, John Dailey and Allen Teat- A number from this ler for $2.60 per barrel. were In Lancaster Saturday. Mcholasville, Mr. I.unsford, of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Kay moved were in this vicinity Wednesday, from here to Lancaster last week. will move Mr. and Mr. Klijah McMillian and Mr. and Mr. Klbert Teater to the house vacated by Mr. Kay. son pent Sunday with relatives. WOLF TRAIL Mr. and Mrs. Ottis Stotts and chil-dre- I J. E. DICZEESON & SON day. water-ttnd-r- n Ths palntsr, the sculptor, the con- tive. pottr, tli epic rhspfcxJIst, tlio orator, Dailey and II partake of one desire, namely, to Mr. and Mr. John dauhters, were Sunday guests of Mr. eipress themselves symmetrically and abundantly, not dwarflthly and frag, and Mrs. Mote Hay. mentartly. Kmeron. Robert Sowers pent Mr. and Mr. Monday and Monday night with Mr. larth Is Heaviest Planet. and Mrs. John Dalley. Tb earth I the heal-- t planet foe Messrs. Cephas Davis and James Its slse, belli; WIS time heutler than The sun' specific It. Price, pent Thursday night with Its hulk I of water M, Ihnt of Jupiter prac(mtty Master Harrison I.illard Dailey. tically the nin while Haturn I only Mr. and Mrs, Hugh Moberley and n heurr k unler, the lightest known plntM'l daughter, Mis Mae, were week-enn d spent the week-en- d with rela- On Olr. Why Not a Bank Book for Christmas? Can you conceive of anything your son or daughter would like better than to receive a nice new bank book on Christmas morniiitf, and realize that he or she is suddenly and unexpectedly possessed of a bank account "just like Krown-ups?- " Think of the incentive it would be to the youiiK one to save, and accumulate, and watch it Rrow. Think, also, of the valuable lesson of life it would be to a child, or a young man, or a girl. Think of all of these things then make the deposit ami get the book. POSITS. 4 PER CENT ON TIME AND SAVINGS DE- Divining. Rod Is Poor Oucsstr. AuMmlla's Itnjal Society of Vlo Mr. and Mrs. Amon Hall are welMIm Ethel Ray led the H. Y. P. U. coming a little son who arrived last torls has (Willed, after an Investlga. , as a tlon of the dlvlnlng-PH- l Weilnclay evening. week. that it "was subject for InvestiThe Lord U thee great wonder gave. Mr. Heather Kay wa in Lexington Miss Mary Lee Kurtz was a guest gation by thi payeholozlst rather than Thou hast streams under ground the first of the week. of Miss Mayme Stapp, of Lancaster, $e ceolol.t." Discoveries err someA most wonderful Mammoth Cave Mr. T. S. Pieratt was in Lexing for the week-entimes mi'de by chance, but few henr And marble cliffs found. 8d-en- c ton and Itirhmonil Wednesday. Mrs. John Hall is suffering wivere- - bout the many failures. Popular And the finest horses it's true. Monthly. .V. II. (Julley. of Lexington, ly from the etfecta of poison-oaon Mm. Will be found in thy zone, i visiting Mrs. It. W. Sanders. her hands and face. And most lovable women too, Mrs. Harvey Teater spent Friday Are In my native home. Mr. T. O. Hill opent several days last week with Mr. ami Mrs. Mlley with her brothers, Messrs. John and Tom Matt Chandler. You produce fine hogs and cattle. Walker. Yes, and other thing more; Mr. ami Mrs. Chlorls Sparks spent Mr. anil Mrs. Jasper N'oel, of MadU Have many good mules as chattle, son county spent Sunday with Mr. Saturday and Sunday with Mr. and GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT And fine horse galore. Mr. Morris Wheeler. and Mrs. Ollie Ilogir. Plaintiffs, Angie Church, et al, You raise fine wheat nnd also corn VS. Ballard's Obelisk Flour always Dr. and Mrs. Geo. Hendren atHut not thee crops alone, Lydia Huffman, ct al, Defendants. tended the funeral of Mr. Morris Ives satisfaction. Try a sack today. For tobacco too looms up strong Pursuant to a judgment rendered at Hudson A Farnau. Dean in Nicholasville Wednesday. the November Term, 1921, the unAt the Kentucky home. dersigned Commissioner will sell at Mr. Karl Holman has returned public auction to the highest nnd best Llmv, Sand, Portland Crmenl, May Rod's) best gift to mnn be thine Rock, Common and Pressed Brick. from Hazard, where he has been em- bidder at the Court House door in Rod bless thy handsome girls. Lancaster, Ky., at 11 o'cock, A. M. ployed for several weeks. Hudson A Farnau. Like rare (lowers they sweetly shine; or thereabouts, on Mr. and Mr. Hughey Moberley MONDAY, DECEMBER 'JCth., 1021, Mr. and Mrs. I I Sanders and Their heart are pure as pearls. week-enguests the real estate mentioned in the Yes, nnd grace und virtues crown son, 01 Lrao urcnani, were guests anil daughter, were of Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Hay Sunday. of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Teater. pleadings nnd described as follows: them In Garrard County, Ky., on KemMr. and Mrs. J. R. Sparks and per Lane, near Lexington Turnpike. Where'er their footstep roam. will preach Sunday A. Hev. Price How can I then whilst loving them, M. at U o'clock. S. S. 1!:30 P. M., Mr. Clarence Sparks were guests of Tract No. 1 : Beginning at n stake, Not love my native home? preaching Sunday evening at six, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Kstea on Poor corner to Dunn, near a walnut stump, poles to a thenro N. 20, K. 86 Ridge Sunday. o'clock. sugar tree stump, corner toJenkins; 1 have visited other climes H9.-Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Carter and tnericO . 0!i, Mesdames Hiram and (loo. Ray, PlV to an lleloved of tale and ong; Vnr.t T..iit..p Mix... Kntll.. I nil Ton I. nn nn,l fr A O Mll.. vi.ll..,! Mr ash and two hickories; thence S. Have stood on"hills, proud and sub stake; er and Kthel Hay spent Thursday inland Mrs. W. 11. Ray Friday. Mrs. TiOH, W. 13 poles to a H polesthence lime, S. 41 i 103 to a . Hay is improving. Richmond. stuke, corner to Dunns; thence diviWhere nature's wonders throng; K. 120 poles to sion line S. S! Mrs. U F. Rrown has returned Yes, by beautiful unit streams Mesdames Nan Cobb and Mattie home after several day visit with llnrvev and Miss Mattie Heulah Cobb the beginning, containing 0U acres, Where honored men did roam, 13 note. Mr. and Mr. Handy Kurtz, near were guest of Mrs. Lige Hurt and Hut huve not seen n land so fair Tract N. 2: Becinnini; at a stake Harrodsburg. in the middle of the road; thence S. Miss Allene Hurt Sunday. As my old Kentucky home. W. 61 poles to nn ash, beech 70 Mr. and Mrs. X. II. Carter and and old corner; thenco with old line Land of the Hlue Cross, best of nil! Mrs. A. C. Miles spent Sunday with K. K8.40 poles to a stake S. 40 Mr. Hobt. Oulley and family, near Here I wishing you wealth; on the side of the ruad;thence falling into and with middle of aaid road llryantsville. Now and forever and for all N. W. C5 poles, N. May you be blest with health. Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis 22 H, W. 18.08 poles to the begin-ninMay no dark dissensions' banners Xoel regret that they are moving containing 14 acres and 37 Ever wave o'er thy loam, poles. from here to Jessamine. They will The purpose of this sale is to diHut should it come, I pray the Lord be greatly missed. Farmers in the Dixie community vide the net proceeds arising from Mny guard my native home. Kverybody nt S. S. enjoyed the of Henderson county will give special the sulu among the Joint owners as MILTON K. WALKER. quartette Sunday, "I want to bo a attention to com dairy cattle and their interest may appeur. Itlchmond, Ky. Junior," by Kdith Carter, Hope San- - poultry during the coming year, acTERMS lers, Geneva Whlttaker and John 11. cording to a program of work which The sale will be made ou a credit iJ3U3nl))IUOi S 10 UCtt P(03 of six and twelve months, and the they have just completed In Ho jo t2noD jo i jr Kurtz. will be required to noX Mr. und Mrs. Handy Kurtz, o with Ciunty Agent I). W. Mar- purchaser approved security execute put uo auvi addpS o bonds with for the qSnoa aqi i i.uoa u"P Harrodsburg, are receiving congra tin and the College of Agriculture (oj purchase price, payable to W. II. jn usuioM put k BUCKEYE COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF LAND d 3-- 3-- Henderson Community Plans Year's Program 3-- three-fourth- g, The Garrard Bank & Trust Go the United States and all foreign countries. ' LANCASTER KY. Mil travelers Cheques, which We are good in uiu joj tqnJJ put sjrs tj jt Muo cqtq wai) ano'D 0) iMfqnt um l II HX '""t ) U" !' Pu usjpimi 9An i "dfliXs qlnoi a ou puy uts put xxX AiJtu put Meoj ffunm jo) aupipew )tium ft si ujh' pi Jsej jx iuei o) .S uuuh tawWH 'd UK lOeM-H- N Stornei Dnif Store 1NU SVN tulations over the arrival of twins, extension divition Before planning born Dec. Uth., a boy and a girl, the program, farmers in the community determined the factors which named Lee and I.ora. were limiting the proflt from the principal farming activities and then CUNNS CHAPEL planned demonstrations and other Mr. Walker Locker Is ill. practices whereby these factors could Mrs. Hobart May and Miss Annie be eliminated in order to make their May were in Lancaster shopping Fri- - farming operations more profitable. Brown, Muster Commissioner, due In respectively, with interest at six per cent from date until paid, having the force and effect of u Judgment upon which execution may issue, and a lien will be retained upon the land until the purchase money is paid. W. II. Brown, M. C. G. C. C. J. E. Robinson, Att'y. for PlfTs. Capt. Am. Bourne, Auctioneer. six and twelve months Th Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Dec 15 92 1 I . HOLIDAY GOODS GUARD AGAINST HOG CHOLERA IR OrJd Dlieji, Mott Likely to Appear in Herd, During Month, of October and Ntvimbir vt-tttH- R. E. McROBERTS, Lancaster, Kentucky. DeLaval Prices Reduced Tnkc ndvAntngc of the 1922 reduced price, available now, which puts De Lnvnl Cream Separar tor on prarticnlly their bam. You may be paying for a De Laval anil not Retting it by using n crenm waiter. Let me put you in a De Laval without delay. pre-wa- 1 Virixtr, br thr t'Mfet KMIrl 11 of rlul)'ir t Toys- - Toys -- Toyjs EVERYTHING -- IN TOYLAND TOYS CUT GLASS CLOCKS SILVER WARE GLASS WARE CHINA WARE ALUMINUM WARE MANICURE SETS - AT --- TOYS BICYCLES Haselden Bros W now have on full display the fuii'St and most complete line of HOLIDAY GOODS ever shown in the City of Lancaster. We have all of our toys and presents on display to the public where you can look and examine. We invite you to visit our store for all Christmas presents. A warm, welcome, and courteous treatment is extended to each and every one, whether yon buy or not. TRICYCLES ROCKING HORSES KIDDIE CARS IRISH MAILS SMALL AUTOS AND FLIVERS WAGONS GUNS CUTLERY ELECTRIC o ember tin October and the Ii- -c month when tin- - ilmnl iioleni, I nut likely to appear I ur in; thoe iiiixitlK Mint uiitM snow cov r the ground swine rnler are urcd hj I In t'nlted State lhirtim-n- t nf tKrlcutture In I epectull) ili' r iiu thin feeillng hug In tlit morning Phone 7012 ny uiiliiiiiU In the I, .tiI which fnll to iii' tu tln-t- r fiwl, nicl particularly li'i.i" hitting iirrlinl hack mnl piiiiili iilt, "Imulil In- - eiiioie promptly mill the ret of III" herd. Ill ome nie ttg lck with iliol era tl ii few In oilier tin mn nume a chronic form iiml linger for teral week If OrgiriiintMii of the Fleming Ceun-- l rlmli'rn Is ueetei wlne grower 1'iiultry AHiclii'n with 10 charImulil liiiiniilhili'l mil a competent ter members mirk mii iniKirtant e!Tliinriiiii t'i make n rper ilhic step in the 'litelopHient uf mare iiol nml in Hii!jr Hit- - pretenMte in that secin poultry nun If they ore found to lit HfTii It'll with i hotel h tion, repr frm County Agent II. A Itl T ' mine t t ' i.m F MrKenney state. Hotter hus. In i Inn ing and feeding tf farm t!ck will be the first .tm of the new awi-at- ' iene J. OWSLEY NEWLAND Stanford, Ky. t. j Farm And Home News From Over Kentucky I v iea ii); nt rilng n' member. In two Oldham rtHinty ihools. one .it Crrtwed and .inotli-art Wort, are rctWng hat dlhr .i- - a part of their nmM meal by Pupil v i i ' an n. of n rii'h ' th' hut atjr lunch plan inaunurst.Hi an. I intt rrsted pir-o- JEWELRY PYREX WARE VICTROLAS TOILET SETS KITCHEN CABINETS TOYS Mum Tayhtr, home ''Mtratior Mgint. In an effort to iacratx the yMd fr 'in the.r corn cnt. 18 ToM coun-farme- ..th rlul Othnhne who t'ountv ;ue electe't lar n who ale Aireitt ttnr f I. (' feed l f rm id (irinldy. the crop. next ear" HEATERS OIL HEATERS TOYS Flank Injection The Proptr Handling of Hog Choltra Treatment It Abeolutely Cssentlal to the Check Ing of the Oitcair. i i'ntliii.1 j i r t rarmers n seVrtinn i irctiun the Iu. to be HlutT um munitv of l.ivmgston county, who vith County Agent I C. Pace, hav. started a project t . stamlardtie the surrounding tw.. communities w th Itknnle Islaml lie I and Ilarrtsl l'l) mouth Itock chicken In order tn promote the iuteret of their bred. Duroc Jersey Swin.-rawein FVm.'m county have or gnnised a county swine breeder' a socintioH, a report from Cunntx Agent II. F McKviiney states. Farm lioy In 'Jnceln county are le be given n start In the cattle feeti ing buMnuos by mean nf n baby beef club 'thick Has Just been orgumted. a report from County Agent C. II (Union st(it. Tin .club already has I member who will fatten beef calves a a project. I'. II. Austin, a Webtter count v farmer, will e operate with the r tenin ttvi4n of the College of Aignmltiire and Co'inty Agent I. K Cutler the rsring year in rondttctina-aorchard dwmomMrntion The project will be to solve orchard manauemrnl irlilem which are roll frnntiHg farmers in that dlstnct. ( lay county farmer are plnamnar tu hold a r.irn show in Manchester. Dei 2.'. nc.o'ilila- - to a report from ( .untv gen, I. A Clark n f TheKentuchy Tobacco Warehouse Company Louisville, Is I I llghtful day. writing. There will be a lecture at the Several from here have attended! ,m fu"t,ral ot Mr- - Jo,ln McWhorter, school auditorium Friday night. Dec. Kith., by Itev. Thompson, subject at Crab Orchard Misses Lena Estridge, Elsie Hoop "Home and School," followed by two and Iva Led ford were Sunday guests dramatic entertainers. Mr. and Mr. I Itoenele Thompson. The proof Miss Ituth Itos. ceed go to the school. Admiion, Mr. Maine Estridge hn rented the Jfi and :ir cents. old Shepherd farm and will move Judge and Mr.. . M. Treadwuy the first of the year. daugh-- i always and Mrs. Sarah Itucker and Obelisk Flour tiallard'a ter, Miss Chastine, moved to Iincas-te- r give, satisfaction. Try tack today. this week. It is with regret that Hudton & Farnau. we give up thee splendid people and Mr. and Mrs. Tandy Centers and too much cannot be said in praise. lev. Holder called Sunday afternoon Mrs. Itucker and two daughters are Mr. and Mm. John Yuter are the on Mrs. Will Wet, who ha been not stranger in Imcater, having proud parents of a baby girl, who ar- very ill. lived there before. rived on the 10th. Messrs. It. II. and Millard Ledford Miss Dora Lee Hutfman is at home have rented their farm to Mr. Ed Brainiest Disease. with her mother, after several ItaUton, who will sub-reto Mr. ,o Tint Ohio Nclentltt t lia t XOtlsiU Is K ll.ine nf the l.mlll will months stay at Irvin. j Jim Ingram. gue sk'iln Hriilnte n Mr. (leo. Patrick, of Williamsburg,! hae to Mr. Stanley Fotur spent last week alay ilerelnp eotUm i'liiHmiall with his sister, Mr. and Mrs. Marshal and Mr. Stuntield, of Corbin have Eiuiulrer. been here visiting their brother, Mr. Kayburn, of Ilourne. W. It. I'atriek. Have Private Fish Ponds. Mr. Clarence Hardwiek was u vini-to- r When the unlive ,,f Vmini. In the W. C. T. U. member remember Mist Mollie Moberley of of next Saturday is regular meeting I'ncltlc. co lUhlng they hrlii' thr. tlh Spoonsville Saturday. home nil anil put day, so be present as important busi-- . nr mnll toInle In them In Ihkooms Kvery the hill Friends of Miss Etta Hill are glad ness is to come up at 'J:U0 sharp. :iiul .wri' vlt. vllluee mvim fi tu know she is able to be out after from! HC,.r Wn n portion f iho wnter. Mr. I II. Davis has returned several week of illness. the city, where he purchased two fenivil off with tmlm tomes, where lhe Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Ward of car loads of merchandise for his houelinli iiiply if li I kept nlha visitors of store, which has already began to ar- until neinleil for 'm were week-en- d Mr. und Mr;. Andy Adam. rive. Itev. Holder, Mr. and Mr. !. M. Mr. Sarnie Kay bought a hog from Mr. James Foster at IVi ct. per lb., Henderson and family were the din ner guests Sunday of Mr. und Mrs. and one from Mr. Leslie Hill. - .. n.l Mr. Tl.n. U'. The followers of Christ have been " ,r' t uiiuu were iiiieriiuun uur-i- -. Aevernl preaching nt Sycannve. .Mes.lames Martha Wynn and Lucy have confessed to their doctrine. I.lfa is a burden when the body I Itoop nnd Miss Fannie Dowden and -- pent Mr. nnd Mrs. Jessie Casey ,a Lxint,,,, is radtcd with pair.. Everything w Uuop were Mr l worries and tho victim become ( Suturdny with her parents, Mr. j Moma. tu .t. Mri. Wynn'. grand-Mrdespondent and downheurted. To (Sunn Chapel., j J. It. Sparks, of motll(.rf who Uirn Vlr. I bring back the sunshine take Miss Willie Mae (irlmes, who has uy nt tht. rKlt price Hog Meal, I been with Mr. and Mrs. (Jrow wus at j )airy yvvit Cround Barley Tankage, home with her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. ()at.. Itran, Mill Feed, Fire llricks, Wm. Crimes Saturday night and Sun- -' Hacks, Sewer pipe, Sand and day, Cnrrard Milling Co. Cement. Miss Kate Wells, who has been Th national remetly of Hollantl fnr ovtt Mr. and Mr.. James Foster en tertained at dinner Sunday Mr. und an efficient clerk at Munso for almost 200 years; It U an enemy o( all pains ie Mrs. Marshal Kayburn, Mr. and Mrs. six years and has made many friends suiting from kidney, liver and uiic aciel troubles. All druggists, this sises. Win. Kayburn and Mr. Jessie Kay- - during her stay returned to,her homo far Ik r tati Cil MU1 Valley View, Tuesday, much to Lk at east asesyl s imtuuea burn of Ohio. from tmlera generally will show one ir more uf til follow In,; ay nip. Turpi blot" lie on Oie skin, oni MihI coloml hmi' mi tlie surface nf (lie Iiiiii: Hint liturt, on tlie klitiiej. the regret of her friend. iiinl mi I. iili tti ntiter mrfj' nuil In JUDSON PAINT LICK Kittle Mism" Eva and Francis tier Hiiltig of the lntetlni', stoiniirli. Mil. Ilurnom Kstridgc has been ( Wynn gave a birthday party to their nnd dlaildcr. niM.-nlof lympliHtlc Several from here attended court on the tick li.t . nt Stanford Monday. friend on Tuesday of lnt CUllils; ellliirKelllellt nf the spleen. In j little Itev. Young is helping teach the week, Dec. Cth. Nice refreshments! aeiite rne , an uli'eratlnii of the Inner Mr. Jasper Smith made a business, llnim; of the larce litetllir. ' school children some Xmas songs. trip to Lexington Sunday. were served Fruit salad being erv- Ill the lliii:erliiK or (hrnlilc rs.' ut who has been cd in baskets made of orange. hotf choleni It I ii'linl to tlinl Intra' Mrs. E. E. White, Mr. Henry Yoter spent Sunday ' games were played and all had a tlnal I'lllti'll like ulcer on the lute. real .nick is reported some better at v.ith Mr. and Mr. John Yoter. i I de-th- is Haselden Bros bt el Kentucky I upcratii r the wnri'hou.se.s niiniotl holow nml re iliritM ytiur .sliipmt'tiLt: KENTUCKY HOUSE, l.arimoro & Smis. .Mnnutrvn. TENTH STREET HOUSE, K. II. Alexamler. .Mr. LOUISVILLE HOUSE, London & Schntitlt. M:n. (if the three houses and Mark yoth toliat co to it will receive prompt and proper attention. apoct fully e f Kavanawha Salt for curing Hudson Y Farnau meet. Mr. Win. lllack sold some shoaU to Mr. Kirby Teater at Gb cts. per pound. Mr. and Mrs. Edd Moberley were guest Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Les lie Hill. Mr. and Mr. Kobt. Lee Tracey spent Sunday with Mr. nnd Mrs. Tom Naylor. Mr. and Mrs. C. It. Naylor and children, were the guests Sunday of Mrs. Nannie Hay. I In.- - MT. JIEBRON Uoy Spivy week-en- d WORK HORSES REQUIRE CARE Animals That Have Had Their Teeth Looked After Are Usually Most Cffklent. llnrke working In the nVM not milt Oipilre tfood enre mill but they will en l hotter llorr flint haw hail their teeth looked after are llsuall) mure edclent worker than Iho.e which hate not, horM-- s espeelally mne a:e. with Ilite with HHir I it III mount iHt;et A little lime their fiil Itlrl.iilly, the teeth ilowu lew) KUt ill Ik often well M'llt The three chiidri ti of Mr. and Mrs. are ill v .th meanlrs. Miss Willie Mae (inmes pent the Sand Mice Aie Invented. Shnr w I'll tM'Ie "i.xlfii ole hue. Ir.k prnjiliis potn's are jii Kngllsh tntmtlon for 4roti ut walk on ami that wont t engulf ontlnar; hiea. Men Fear to Be Natural. Slmpllrltr of nirnner I the lst atMen lre veir on, sfmlit tainment nf t'rin natiirnl from 'tie ilreml of with houir foKs near Jud-son- . fel The II. Y. I'. U. was well iittendtil Sunday evening and a eery interest ing program was rendered. Mr. hlng ke, for rillniiry -- JelTirjr and Mrs. A. S. Dean were called to Sulpher Weil lat Monday by the death of hi brother, Mr. Morns Dean. f)n Friday afternoon, Dec Hth.. the school will give a Xmas program nnd tree. The parent are epeol.il-l- y inviteil. MINERAL MIXTURE FOR HOGS Messrs. A. S. Dran and wife, J. R. Dean and wife and Irvin Dean pent Animals Crave Something in Addition Sunday with .Mr and Mrs. Harvey to Feeds Given Them to Meet Dean, near Little Hickman. Growth Requirements. Ballard's I'urr Wheat llran. Wheat I lot;, noeil certain uitneiuW to meet Middlings, Rjtr Middlinii, Tankage, their gmw ili nipitrvmeutii. One ouch Crrmo Dairy Peed, Hone and Mule mixture Hint ha prmeil satisfactory Iliidinn & Farnau. Fel. U of Chnrcoiil, .) hiiiiiiI rui-pln- tpvr. We Alfnest an amerlran Pajxr. hn ti e The t'llll I' a rln'tilatlen of an pnlT 'n the woM American (ire, ami It l i'r'iili-- l and iion maile hr American maehlnes There arw pn'rtiiVlH seternl American etnployoil iii lh tt) ii laret iMr Censure. le er pert at cennle r.i suring other here we will sot endure aihlev onri'e. Anil iothln Jio our ffitin- - mure, than to I o lmrp lahtel i)lnc other mn' purhllml nhont our ovtn. fa.tlt. iml Wllllnm I vim . wimhI nlie. .Ml; I'psiMll suits, pound I'artly hiirmtl inrncoh umt soft i on I an- - giNMl, It Is well to a mliierul mixture hefon the ho nil I he time. ki-.- oiiihi The progmn given by IJev. Gliding Can Be Brightened A Easily. I.ex-ingto- n, HOGS ARE HARVEST In HELPERS Thompson, son at I ilaughter-in-law- , at the school build. ng Friday evening wis very interest ig. Itev. Thompson gave a tectuie dllliled in four kirt. Iletween t.ie parts were given four short play. I BETTER DEAD COLD MEDAL Most Cases It Will Pty to Let Them Take Care of Part of Small Grain Crops. . Ili'irs (tin he of great ultsiicv In grain crop. In limit mo ii paying proposition ut nil It will be font nl protlinhle Mi let them lake cure of part of the crops In till wily, whether tabor It carve or not. eliding In two ooni-of purinl nitre, una nuniv of r I n in. iiinl Mie mime of common kail. When I.ni.li the clhllnj with n itimel'shalr briiah soiikr-- t In the mUture. To rvvhe kIi. Ing Ihl restorer Is re.iMiiuieiii!el: llmi up well one ounce of thlorlile The braggart mokes a big noise un- ut potash or a ii,.i with three oilli.es til danger comes, and then make a whiles of egv. IS.ulnr Sclencei bigger one in hi tiforts tu depart. Monthly. minor iM tu clean niaile of one gill of water, Hint I hurietlii hiii.iII eiie when hog i W. 0. RIGNKY W. H. DICKERS0N s. DISPOSING OF DEAD ANIMALS All Carcasses W. 0. RIGNEV e & CO. Should Be Burned Covered With Quicklime and Buried Quit Deeply. or Funira! Directors and Embalmert Office'. ! Horn to iilie nr liner with ipilok-limnnd bury under four feet of earth nil dead nnlmiils at hutclierltiK time, hecaue they attract bustards, dogs, etc., which may curry l urn Infection. hof-cho- Phone 18. Residence Phone 33. Lancaster, Kentucky. Tha Central flacord, Lancaster, Ky. in hmmmTmGmi Ata aaeaoa aaa aaat enthusiastic iewataiBgtthe MMlknca ef ear hhi.. GUY. Dec 15. 1921 WHEN NERVES ARE UNSTRUNG my cleaning an Glide's Pepto-Manga- n aamitLiwo departments Wa aaa m of Die moit efficient Builds Up Vigor And mhI weatea'a garment in tha eeaatry. Fun traneforwed lata the mads very quickly. Men' way We dye LIV STOCK CHOLERA TAKES LAME TOLL Laasea Have Been Qrtatly Rtduetd ana1 May la Wiped Out Intlrsly y Riant Tresimtnt. Augimt nnd Heptemltcr inke the and remodel them In any way. We tetter asa--e mh'i ae leaW aei, SM.M . Latest styla. Wa pay tCM raUeaad far est Mill ardered free ary castaes-asad- a ate. df4l. sklae far altered in any women Strength. There are times when men and cannot help losing strength. They try to do too much or they lose sleep or do not eat enough food that nourishes. Wood becomes sluggish because poisons clog It, Faces grow pale and pasty looking. It Is not long beforo nerves get unstrung. The best way to start a change for the better la to take a course of Gude'a It builds the blood. The weakness from n lack of red cells in the blood Is overcome. n sends a fresh Gude's supply of red cells strvaming through Good blood, pure and the blood. free from poisons, starts building vig. or and strength. Sleep Is better, appetito keener, so that the body becomes properly nourished. Drug n In glste have Gude'a both liiuld and tablet form. The is on name "Gude's the package. Advertisement. Pepto-Mangan. Pepto-MarigaPepto-MangaPepto-Manga- Mr. 7.. T. Rice, of Richmond, wa a visitor here Wednesday. Mrs. Jamea Yantis was the guest Friday of Mrs. Wm. Walker. Mrs. C. R. Henry spent the past Wednesday with Cartersville friends. Mrs. Wm. Scott was the visitor Thursday of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Walk-e- r. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tuttle were Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Wnt. Unmet. Mr. Harry I). Itlco spent the weekend in Richmond with his aunt, Mrs. Zclla Donaldson. Mr. and Mrs. Mack Turner and children, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Noah Marsee. Mr. James Yantis was the dinner guest Friday of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Davidson, of Lancaster. Lime, Saad, Portland Cement, Rock, Commas and Pressad .Brick. Hudson A Farnau. Messrs Karl and Orvll Durham of Jessamine, were visitors last week of Mr. Perry Osbom. Mr. ami Mrs. John Osbom spent in Jessamine with Mr. the week-enand Mrs. J. E. Durham. Misa llessle Nnylor, of Lincoln, after a visit with Miss Lee Anna Osbom, has returned home. Mr. Taylor, who has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Foley left Monday to visit Corbin relatives. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Sutton were Sunday visitors of Mils Fannie nnd Mr. John Sutton of the C. O. road. Mr. J. P. Foley and Miss Mallnda Taylor spent Sunday with Mr. nnd Rradshaw Mrs. Wm. Foley, near d "BRED m .010 KENTUCKY" BLOOD WILL TQLL Replace your scrub and grade slrea with good purebred. Join the "Better Sire, Better Stock" campaign. What about this trio of herd boars? C Hal IMP tMI KING PILOT NO. 417,031, by the Pilot, tho worM'a "KENTUCKY RANGER," sires) by tho largo "KENTUCKY CHECKERS," it's your movo. CATTLE black-cap- s CATTLE We own more BLACK-CA- P BLACK-CA- P CATTLE lieailest toll through hug cholera, tin bane of swine keefvers, which In years print has wiped out entire herd after an expensive senson's feeding. In certain jesrs the ttogrholera toll has run s hlfh as Ml er U""l through the Unlteil .Slates. Preventive tuessiires derelined by the United Mtates of Agriculture have reduced the toll to 31. The experts. whoe work hat effected this annual saving, assert that the means of absolute Insurance from hog cholera losses Is within the reach of any fanner who cares to take the precautionary trouble and expanse. The seniui treatment, developed about IS yvsra ago and first put Into general use within the last six or aeven years, give Immunity If Injected In time. This serum treatment Is described fully In Farmers' llulletln KM, which should l kept st hand for ready reference bjr every hog rnlser. Hog cholera Is an epidemic dlene; that means that It spread from one It Is carried or a few Inltlnl In bedding, sty refue, feeding! roughs, loading hutea railroad cars, farm Im- confl-deafly than any herd in Kentucky. Bend rood parcel pott. We have no agent. THE TEA5DALE CO. Mfl-tt- T Young stock either sex for sale at nil times. Visitors always welcome. ROYALTY NO. 2S3.707 AND GARRARD NO. 2S3.S01, "Herd Bulla." WALNUT STREET CINCINNATI, OHIO. Dixie Stock Farms. SANDERS BROS. AMON, PROP. LANCASTER, KY. Master Earl Clark, Mr. and Mrs. Tha Thermas Battle. Jamea Yantis nnd sons, Geo. and A thermos bottle la a double-walle- d receptacle. The air In tha space Hcrschel. tween More than 260,000 war vcterani will be Insane by December, I9'i0, anle something constructive In men tal hygiene I begun lmmedlUly, C. director of the W. Chamberlain, Sioux City, !a. Imtitutlon of Patho-log- y ha declared. "The national committee for mental hygiene, "Mr. Chamberlain eald, "estimates that 3,. men go insane every 960 month. There are probably 100,000 Insane veterans In the country now." n, beed In the national capltol the other day eggs sold for fifty cents a dot-eof which the farmer received twelve. A right liberal distribution lty means of a community proot the profits for all except the far- gram of work which they have Just mer and the hen. completed in with Coun ty Agent K M. Heath, farmers in Community In Washington Outlines Farm the walls la completely and the walla are stlverec Reluctantly we arc coming to the conclusion that the good old fashion- tike a mirror Co ri to refect radiaed housewife has about ceased to ex- tion. This guard against the accaaa ist She objects to being termed old of heat or coM from without fashioned. Life a I See It In talk, as In other ihlngi, we might well let qusllly prevail over quantity. LouUvllle Work Plan. me. the i'lentsnt Grore community of Washington county have started a unified effort to improve agricultural HATFIELD condition in that district. Corn, wheat, cattle, hogs sh.eep and poulDENTIST try will be given spt'clal attention in OaTUe aver TIm Carrara! leak. It was designed by Offfaa I. ResUaeea 37. the program determining the factors which limit LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. aVMTlaaM taPtr' the profit from these phases of farming and then outlining methods whereby the limitations could be removed. Demonstrations to be conducted by different farmers and the EXCr-t-Wi. better feeding and care of livestock ar to have an important place in car- Chelsra.Frss Plga May Be Assured If rying out the purposes of the proSarum la Used In Tims. DANVILLE, - KENTUCKY. gram. nlenjeiit. clothing of lalxiprn, and Ooooska Gtkhar Hotol. In running water, f ENGLISH evendonn tho danger, hutsnltallon will 1 la S smb. OffUs Hears ta II aad It Is not an cut J. J. Byrne Ofttmftritt CORRECT HOW TO USE IT J. A. Beozlev hUNCRAL OfRca JOSEPHINE TURCK BAKER. Editor A Monthly Magazine S2.S9 PER YEAR Senel 10 Conta for Sample Copy tM RECTOR Over National liank. 27 JKeddenee Phone . Office Phone I LANCASTER, KY. Correct English Publishing Co. EVANSTON, ILLINOIS. l'.M5-5t.-p- la Or. Printiis Walktr VETERINARIAN CaUs Now we are told that the next war will be waged against soldiers and Aaesreeed PraaapAl- - Day a I V Night. ?ASTKf Phoaa 317. KKNTUCKY civilians alike, and that the husband In tho trenches will be safer than the wife in the kitchen. That ought to stimulate masculine patriotism when the storm break, jtwwamicajflK. wovuc.av. pKiEaM COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF LAND GAUHARD U. L. Uurton, VS. CIRCUIT COURT Plaintiff, Fall Planting. OF ALL KINDS OF HARDY TREES, SHRUBS, HEDGE, GRAPE VINES, ROSES, EVER. PERENNIALS, GREENS, ETC. James N. Locker, et al, Defendanta Pursuant to a judgment rendered at the November Term, 1021. the undersigned Commissioner will sell at public auction to the highest and best bidder at the Court House door in Ijincaster, Ky., at 11 o'cock, A. M. or thereabouts, on MONDAY, DECEMUER 2Cth., 1921, recommended in our catalog. Price list and guide i FREE to every one interested in goed nursery stock. No agents. H. F. HILLENMEYER A SONS la Lexsagt ), Ky. Attentat. Hunters Foal lively no fox hwatlag or hunt, ef any character or trespassing on Mr lama. Any violators will be W. 8. Embry, W. A. Price, T. J. Pries, Ed mad N. B. Price, FUhsr s, Batrtar. Crit Meadows, Aaael Jshn Collier, J. 8. Scheelar, CriaeiUts, J. M. Criaclllle, Robert Sreake, Gesrge Conn, Jim Conn, Henry Are aid, Marion Johnson, W. Cona, J. M. X. WMtaker, Twa Maadawa. W. T. Kin. John Rick. Stat Rick, J. C. Conn aad J. F. Aaaass, R. L .Arnold, Mrs Vieteria Aadmaa, G. T. aWBard, r., K. U Wsees. B. L. Kalley, Deaehae ., VL U. KJatf, T. L. Yaatsa, Mia. Bawaa Mgajlaiilki., J. M. Farra, J. W. KM, Qseisje Braaddaa, Lega Msa-daw- Ja tho real estate mentioned In the pleadings and described as follows: In Garrard County, Kentucky: Beginning in a branch, comer of lot 2 and 3, with No. 2 up a hollow, N. 20, K. 4 chains, N. 32. E. 3 chains. N. 44. K. 3.75 chains, N. 30. E. 0.17 chains to a stone on Southside of a pauway in line with said lot, with same, N, 8014, YY. 29.00 chains, 8. 74 H chains, YY. 44 links corner to Robert llroadus, with same S. 10, W. 0.57 chaina to a box elder on bank of hollow: thenco a new line and with general course of fence, 8. H3, E. 100 chains. 8. 69, K. 2.21 chains to a black, walnut, 8. 61, K. 3.47 chaina to a walnut, 8. 44, E. 3 chains to a E. 5 chaina mulberry tree, 8. 66 to a rock fence, 8. 03, E. 0.40 chains to a point In atone fence, 8. 67 E. 2.00 chains. 8. 77, E. 1.69 chaina to tho beginning .containing 29.22 acres. The purpose of said sale Is to aatisfy a lien note of 11,704.60, with Interest at six per cent per annum, from Jan. 1, 1920, until paid, due tho plff, herein; together with the cost of this action. 3-- 4, 3-- 4, of six and twelvo months, and the purchaser will be required to execute bonds with unproved security far the purchase price, payable to W. H. Mrnwn Uut.r (TaNmUalaBar. dua 1 six and twelve months respectively, with interest at six per cent irons date until paid, having the force aad affect of a judcaieat upon which Ami Itaa wUl mv r taail uaAil tha ka ratsTaail amsa nnrfsm miAif ia mm. jraf OTM7 W. H. Browa, M. C. O, C. C. O. C. WaHur, Att'y. far Phfa. Asja lUu&Masl nilMai fa wmwwfm9$ awe vvaVi A TERMS Tho salo will bo made on a credit a bolt of lightning nnd tome electriexperts have beea cal engineering studying the size of the tree, the resistance It gave and the volume ot electrical force to bo required for Ita destruction. They agee there was not Lancaster. power In tha Oants's Beautiful Imagsry. less than Mrs. C. R. Henry and children Dante believed that when Lucifer bolt that hit It. were guests the past week of Mr. was csst cut from heaven lie mad nnd Mrs. John Henry of the Full a deep pit as he fell In one side of Youthful Author of Pameua Hymn. the Kartli (the pit of Hell, or the InLick road. The hymn, "Come Thoa Tount of ferno), and on the oilier side a cor rMr. Ruben Prather, Mr. and Mrs. esiding projection, the Illtt of Pur- Cvery Messing." waa written by one Clay llroaddus and children were gatory. The poet's description of till of the most Interesting and eccentric Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Mil-c- y arrival at the fmit of this hill, nfter figure ot early Methodism. Robert London hairbis tone sojourn In the dnrk regions Uoblnson. Ilobtnson, a Ilvazley. early fell under of Hell, Is one of the inol beautiful dresser's apprentice, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Turner, the Influence of the mighty Whtteneld; thing In literature. who have been living In Ohio the pat became converted at twenty, and la credited with being the author of Unless the farm- year, have returned to old Kentucky absolute preventive. Net tlksly. twenty-twe- . er has taken the precnutlon to have and will locate here. Uriah had cotue to Inform ma, "Come, Thou Fount," at all of his herd Immunized with Mrum and writes a Labrador Mlsslou worker In Mr. and Mrs. Tom Doolin and virus, an ojiernUoii which should daughters, Corn and Flora were re- Le Petit Kord, that he could not Sensed Something Wrong. lie done by a veterinarian or a speLittle Miss Polly, age seven, came "cleave the splits," his "stomsch cent guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. J. D. ; hsd capsized." I feltfor Incumbent ou over to see us one evening and recially trained tariuan, there Is always It possibility of the disease breaking out Kay, of Pleasant Hill. 'me to administer castor oil. thinking quested that we play the record on the unexpectedly. phonograph, which waa "Even Thou Mrs. Carrie Y. Davidson moved that that might be sufficient punishThe fanner's protectlou lies In the Friday to Lancaster, where she will ment for what I bad reason to believe Bravest," from Faust, sung by Reta-ai- d Werrenrsth. She listened for a fact that usually only one or two mem-Iwr- s make her future home. This com- was only a rusa to escape work. It as hard for me to give tha oil. but few minutes and then said, "That's a of the herd are affected at first, munity will sure miss such a splendid up religious piece. Isn't On being and he should Ih on the watch. One neighbor banter still to have the boy took and citizen. elieruble smile and told that It was a grand opera selecifterwanta wllli or two hogs will refuse to come up to j Mr. and Mrs. Milton Ward and "My goodness, feed with tha nerd. They will remain f t nere the aaiua oil that Bllsha - tion, she remarked. hidden In the neat, and when driven Mrs. C. R Henry had for their Sun the widow woman I Youths- that' terribly quiet for grand opera." Exchange. from the bed their backs may be day guests Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Clark, j Companion. arched and they may apiear cold, and shiver. The rest of the herd may remain apparently well for several days, when others are likely to be found affected la about the same way aa thoee As the disease protirst attacked. gresses the sick hog become gaunt or tucked up In tha flanks, and hare a weak, staggering gait, the weakness being moat marked In the hind legs. If tha lungs are affected there may be a cough, which Is particularly noticeable when the hogs are disturbed The ejea usually are Inflamed nnd show a whitish discharge, which may Concause the lids to stick together. stipation, which Is commonly present la the early days of the dlseaoe. ta generally followed by a diarrhoea. As tha disease reaches Ita height red or purplish blotches are likely to appear upon thn skin of the enrs, of the belly, and the Inner surfaces of the legs. Home of the symptoms mentioned may be present In other diseases, but the owner should rctnetnW that rapidly through a cholera spread herd and nn time should be lost In calling n veterinarian to diagnose the disease and administer the proper treatment. If the disease Is cholera heavy loca can Iks averted only by prompt administration of get real smoke Seven days out of every week serum. you'll get close-u- p real smoke comteatmeat joy Autopsy should he performed upon yourself I hogs which die of any disease. Indicaknow Buy oae to a jimmy tion of cholera are described In the Albert, Packed with cool, delightful, bulletin referred to. Tito iuot Imporappetant thing ta to be prepared and to Happiest the Vassal saV 9900tf Mas act promptly. handed out! ever tizing smokeslaat you iM, tdy rid Saw. Locate hog lots and pasture away Asaaaeiae aeaa aa" ftair ptmmd Nn from streams and public highways, yon will oace You can chum it with a pipe and do not allow hogs ta run on free Baaf aasaaM saaWa from bite Albert is range or highways, nor to have acyou know sseags cess to canal or Inlgated ditches. out by our exclusive patented process!) parchi Into hog lota after Do not drire two more; A. makes you Why every puff of driving on public highways. Do not use hog lots for yarding the bullseye every puff wagons and farm Implements. delight! one-lial- Real tsnoth of Day. How Ion I a d.iyl Twenty-fou- r hourn. you say. Yes, but not quite. One rest day contains 23 hours. M minute and 4.00)1 seconds of time, aa reckoned by the movement of the snn. The earth move through space with an average velocity of eighteen snd Mill. seeond, anil Ita f mile Mr. and Mrs. T. L. lantl were velocity of of the equator la Curt about 1.000 rotation hour. guests Tuesday of Mesdames mile per Currey of Robinson nnd Arthusa The Incentive. To be ambitious of tni honor, at the true glory nnd perfection of our natures, l the very Incentive of virtue; hut to be nmbltlou of titles, of place, of ceremonial respects and civil pageantry. Is as vain and little as tha things are which we court. Sir Philip Sidney. Immense Power of Lightning. Near New York city a huge oak oa a hillside was tom Into splinters by t lGO.OOO-hors- Itr ,,t 1 - A pipe's a pal packed with P. A.! you'll GIVE PURE DRINKING WATER Necessary far Beat Health of Fowls as All Peultrymen Knsw lasem alts Hal. taat for aad a fragraat Prince aaa man greatest treat, tie pipe's had aad aad free that Prince (Cut waat P. harder aad truer than the hits last! You can't resist such And, you'll get the smokesurprise of year lift whea you roll up a cigarette with Prince Albert! Sack eatk-ia-g flavor you never did know I Aad, P. A. stays put it's crimp cat aad it's a cinch tereill Yea try it! pipfl he-ca- use aid if Pure drinking water Is iiecessury, aa all oar good poultry men and An occasional dose twenty grama to the ejwart. faUawed by thirty grains el alearhenate of aada t each quart of drtaklof water la a cleanser reported by aaase of oar hweowa aa aeiag m J. Blnm! Cm. una ta eg Spaa sail, know. Fringe Albert W fMssfiavVew! ass9a eNMsfAat 1MI It. V. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday Dec 15, 92 1 I THE GREAT I Majestic Rane makes cooking a pleasure, drives away worrying over half cooked food, makes the wife happy-- a big investment for the husband. Call and let us tell you about them. CONN BROS. i LilVC :.. CLI1U i i LiCl i LllTC : l uma. 3C Imu The Central Record I1.S0 W..UIr. Yt, Payable ia Advance. next war. J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. R. L .ELKIN, Local Editor and Mgr. Cntcrcd nt the Tost Office In Lan Mail cntter, Ky., as Second-Clas- s Matter. I THE AMERICAN Fortii AdvMlUwa Rffprt PHE33 ASSOCIATION Lwaster, Kjr., December 15. 1921 Rata For Political Announcements. r'or Precinct and City Offices. .15.00 10.00 For County Office For State and District Offices. .15.00 . .10 For Calls, per line .10 For Cards, per line For all publications in the interest of individuals or expression of individual views, line .10 Obituaries, per line .05 ... pr ...... As The Editor Sees It. inelr Honeyed words ant smooth palaver fool no one least of all themselves. They have more sense than to swal low their own bunk. The truth is, the leaders in the Washington conference didn't come here in the right spirit ,iuk1 without that spirit nothing of permanent value can be accomplished. You' can't keep a famishing dog from snapping at a juicy bone and the nations of the old world are mighty hungry and any old kind of a bone looks good to them. preserve us .May tne Lord from the evils of another war, but the Lord does not always mswer prayers of either the righteous or the wicked. We are in the hands of the gods, and the gods have yet to speak. Whnt'a everybody thinking ( Many people believe that about? War! Fatty Arbuckle should at least What's everybody talking ;have been sent to prison for a about? War! long term. Others are em What arc the well known phatic in their contention that newspaper writers all predict- he was entitled to acquittal ing? Another war! that Virginia Rappe should What ioes Washington see have had more sense than to in the handwriting on the wall? take part in a drunken de More war! bauch such as Arbuckle was in And there you have it war, the habit of pulling ofL war, war, nothing but the posFatty is paying the piper in sibility of another war. suspense and money. Occasionally some dreamer Virginia paid with her life. awakes from a long sleep and The girl gets the worse of it lets out a few chirps about the every time. glories of peace beautiful A saloon keeper and one of peace. But there is no peace, at his helpers were murdered in least no enduring peace. Even Chicago a few days ago for no in Washington they are scrap- greater reason that a chair had ping and angling for position been removed from one table and possible alliances in the to another. The murderer was 6hristmas Shoppers We arc receiving daily, large shipments of FRUITS, CANDIES AND NUTS We also have a largo and beautiful assortment of CHINA WARE, which makes n very useful and appropriate Xmas presents. Visit our store before you buy. BALL France when their backs were pose of placing a distinct limitation upon armaments, that The government and con- limitation to be worked out in gress knew without American such a manner that it would be aid for the allies Germany fair and just to all nations con- f, Wuuid win, and that the next cerned. step to a victorious Teutonic Hut ench day it has become army would be to overrun this more and more apparent that ncouutry or to drive oqr ships such is not tho prime object of and commerce from the hens. at least some of the delegates These are the facts in a few from abroad. Instead, we are ? words. forced to the suspicion that the It is therefore plain to any- thought uppermost in the one of normal intelligence that minds of some of-- them is a we fought not only for our- selfish one. The old game of selves, but for the benefit and secret diplomacy is at work, Z preservation of generations of with each nation for position Americans yet to come. and endeavoring to put some Why, then, should we of to- - thing over on some other coun- - W 'day assume all of the burdens? try. t Why should future generaIntense bitterness has croptions reap the benefits without ped out between the delegates any of the hardships? from abroad, and heated words Why not extend this liquida- arc said to have been passed in M. tion over a period of fifty or the committee rooms. a hundred years, and lighten There appears to be no sinto some extent the burdens of gleness of purpose no willingtaxntion that are pressing so ness to give and take only a heavily upon the people of to- desire to take without giving. Such a spirit will not achieve day? 'Why make slaves of the peo- - the results the world desires to the wall in a losing tight. necklace of green beads A picture in a daily turner which attracted her becaue of tho Much as we regret "H, then' whii'li of riHr-irl.n- l ttma.. oddnes ... . lu clasp.. When , she , re- ........ , ,. r ... ... is a feeling of pessimism creep culine attention portrayed two oir,.rri h(.r firil ve ing over us relative to the final young women, blindfolded, finally outcome of the Washington seated on a table and in the ch;nige twenty thousand dollar in ex- for it The following ainat- arms conference. It is not act of drawing lucky great value wo numbers i,nK '"on measuring up to expectations. from a bowl, in a advanced: contest the The necklace, which proved to be The lending delegates are paper was conducting. of genuine jade, was the original Hut why this frantic haste to so nave in public and arc pro Modestly gowned? Not at necklace presented by Napoleon to iquidate our own debt? fuse with high sounding phrason their bridal day. The all. Why the insistent attempt es which mean little or noth odd rlaip bore the initials of both in Short skirts? Worse. to;saddle the whole burden up- - ing. These are thrown out diamond chips. It has been sought No skirts at all! on those who have done the for the benefit of Che public. for years. Fortunately this mania for Jnde has ever been avociate! with besulffering? In the committee rooms, exposure has not hit romance and ever fails to Impart an Why make this generation hind closed doors, however, it indecent the country towns very hard. alluring Oriental air to the woman both suffer and pay while the has been a different story, and who wears It. We hope it never does. next generation will have noth- - that story is anything but to Miss Ijiitue Davis, of Chattanoong to do but reap the benefits? the liking of the people who Two teaspoonsful of Tnulac in n ga, Tenri., only weighed 70 pound. America did not enter the bear the heaviest burdens of little water taken three times a day After taking threo bottles of Tanlar, far irom choice, or through war. just before meals will make you eat she now wvighs over 100 pounds nnd ny benevolent or chivalrous The president called the con- better, feel better, sleep better and I is enjoying the best of health. Stormcs Drug Store. esire to aid Knglnnd or ference for the avowed pur- work better. Stormes Drug Store. It. worn-looking rni-nntl- v --.- ,'ears. In addition the allies owe us ibout eleven billions of dollars which we may never see again. The eleven billions must necessarily come from the pockets of the present gener-tion. as it has already vanish- - drunk on moonshine that had pic of this generation in order been (lowing freely In the sa that those of the next may live loon. in greater affluence 7 In the room nt the time, or Why make a hundred milwithin a few minutes of the lion people of today tho royal shooting, were two judges, an goats for those of tomorrow? assistant states attorney, ami big politicians and labor lead Keep Up Your Nerve. ers galore. The saloon is with No matter whnt the unfavorin a few feet of the city hall We have everything in the The murder was an incident able business conditions that line of select groceries and prevail in the larger centers of They occur every tiny. foodstuffs that you could possibly desire for just such a veiling moonshine in open population, there is no reason Christmas feed dinner a violation of the prohibition law why we should react unduly to WORTH EATING. was also but an incident. It i them in this community. We are self sustaining in ev being done every hour of the If you are as proud of the cry essential way. day and night. dinner as we are of the ingreOur farming territory is cap dients we have for you it will The presence of judges am be a day of surpremu joy and able of producing all of the other officials in a den where contentment. food that we desire or can con liquor is openly soltl mny also sume, and there Is a ready be only an incident. Many little dainties that you do not find Possibly, also, when they market for the surplus, even if every day, arc here especially for the swore to uphold and enforce the price is not what could be Christmas Dinner. the laws of this country they desired. liven if a Chinese wall were considered their solemn oaths merely in the light of inci suddenly thrown around this country, and all the communi (louts. cation with the outside world If we may be allowed to coin a Latin phrase of our own, it were cut off, there would still would seem that this country is be something for each of us to suffering from an epidemic of do. True, we might be deprived and expects. A covenant enTantar Is appetising ami invigor-ntmparalyticus incdcntin. Try it toilny. of some of the luxuries of life. tered into under such condi Stormcs Drug Start?. A city paper the other day but we could exist very com tions can hardly be lasting It fortably for a time and it is It may even go into history as quoted live chickens at I t Instructive Lecture. cents a pound wholesale. In only a question of time when another "scrap of paper." The lecture and entertainment the meat markets the same this stagnation in business The conference is falling given by Lewis N. Thompson and will pass away. chickens, minus the feathers. down. Mr. and Mrs L Itoemele Thompson We can readily exchange were retailing for 10 cents a luring created the surplus that is produced in Cultivating Immodesty unuiunl the pant week havethvir enpound. interest outing to his community for the neces tertaining charactrr as writ as bring Thus a six pound fowl re It is difficult to pick up a uplifting nml Instructive. This entailing for S'2.10 would yield sities that we do not produce. We have no thousands to be large city newspaper or illus- tertainment was given at Mt. Hebron the farmer who raised it and thrown out of employment and trated magazine without seeing last week tu n good audience ami hauled it to market only 84 become a burden upon the rest a picture of some woman or will be repeated at Paint Lick Sohool cents. Ilutldlng tomorrow night young girl making a vulgar dis next Wednesday night, ami again of the people. Who gets the $l.r7 December We have no heavy expendi play of her legs. 2 1st., at I! Ice Academy, near Marl, Short skirts are sanitary, bury. tures which a reduced income Hundred Mr. and Mr. Thompon ore higheasy to walk in, atui should be will fail to meet. both being members Million Goats. In fact, we have very little encouraged. They are a dis ly entertaining. League of the Drama of America, tinct improvement over the which to complain. nen .Mr. during the nson was presi- trailing ones that swept up the nnd class one-a- evening present feur We can not expect the goose plays, thre of firt leut the administration took to lay a golden egg every day filth of the streets a few years which are very humorous ami laugh the attitude that the present ago. provoking. generation should pay all of We must expect a little adver Hut the women of the big the huge indebtedness incurred sity in order that we may more cities or many of them do Necklace Of Empress as a result of our entry into the fully enjoy and be thankful for the prosperity that comes to not stop at "short skirts." In Lost For Years Found world war. fact, the limit of exposure us. Under Mr Harding's admin- An nmaxing story of a lost neckKeep a stiff upper lip. There seems to be rapidly disappearstrntion it is proposed that ing, as are also those fine femi- lace is being told in .Ww York. An no occasion for the occasion American woman, while traveling in these debts be liquidated with is nine instincts we have been China several year ago, purchased to sag. in a period of twenty-fiv- e taught to revere in A Christmas Dinner Eating, -- Worth Currey & Gulley. g woman Falling Down for the equivalent of two dollars, n hood. thntu tr JoM-plitn- SPECIAL PRICES ON FANCY BOXED CHRIST- MAS CANDIES. p rfl j Mavis i Lowneys Nunnallys I Doily t Vardin 2 jm The Best of Sweets for Christmas. CANDY We handle the Best in Bulk at any price. V APPLES, ORANGES. CRAPES, IANANAS, NUTS AND ALL THE GOODIES delicious and wholesome and our prices are ways reasonable. X a!- - i THE PURITAN ivb uiunvniuunni i kf The Central Record. La n caste i , Ky., Thursday, Dec 15 92 1 1 1 THANKS Shop Early While Our Stocks Can Make Xmas Shopping a Pleasure for You. are Complete. SPECIAL FOR CHRISTMAS PRESENTS TRAVELING BAGS UMBRELLAS MANICURING SETS HOSIERY, Silk And Wool Silk, Jeriey, UNDERWEAR, TABLE LINENS KID GLOVES JIFFON APRONS SPECIAL PRICES Suits $39.75 at $25.00 Suits $59.75 WE WANT PATRONAGE TOTHANK ALL FOR THEIR DURING THE PAST YEAR, AND Crcpc Dc Chenc, Phlipinc Hfknil Embroidered. at $39.75 EARNESTLY SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS DURING WE WILL TRY AND THE COMING YEAR. MAKE OUR SERVICE EVEN MORE PROFICIENT COATS AND DRESSES CUT IN PROPORTION THAN DURING THE PAST YEAR. Mm ti THE ONE PRICE STORE. We wish all a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. HOUSE Friend are distressed to hear of the illneM of Mr. Jack Adams at his OF QUALITY. . Grow-Sco- tt. Ml Stella Mae Crow, attractive and talent daughter of Mr and Mrs. X. T. Crow and .Mr. A. T. Scott. Jr,' on of Mr. and Mr. A T. Scott, of Lnncnster, were united in marriage lat Friday nfternoon nt Nicholas- ville, Itev. J. J. Martin of that place olficiatlng. i popular, The marriage of thi couple was n surprise to their many1 friend and relative. She ha had a position in the Hank of Ilryatitsville for the post year nnd is now A.is-- ' taut Cashier .while Mr. Scott i a successful anil energetic young far mer and is to be congratulated on winning the hand of this charming young huly. Their many friends nnd relatives wish them n long and happy iife a they embark upon the matrimonial sea. and trust their married life may be a hnppy and useful one. wwuvivrfc-V- i TOYS, DOLLS, LADIES' HOSE, CORSAGES, VEILS. RIBBONS l THE IMSTItUMXMT Of QUS.LITV ho:ne on Hlchmond stree. CLIAK At A tCW. A-- PI ( Mrs ,M. See Snntn Clnu nt the School Auditorium, Wednesday night, Dec. (.) PURSES You have two more weeks to secure tickets on three prizes to be given away December 24th., at 2:30. FRANCIS-SMITRed Cross Xmas Seals C MRS. J. A. AMON, Agent, Lancaster, Ry. Oil'tce "vrr (.rrrd for Laramlt. Warning, where he is to take up stffle special wark in the t'niversity of Wyoming. Mr. Clayton Morrow left lost week Hank Trutt at th Mr Iuther tiibb. j Gossip About People A IWUI f Ml Inn friend Johnson will be glad to krmw she is Mr. Zack Hester nnd daughter, able to be out again after sevoral have returned Mrs. John Colson. illness. Mr. John Simpson was n visitor In week's car It. Hes from n visit tn hi on. Lexington Momlay Mr. and Mrs. MHten Hollard. of ter, who is In the Nntlonal Snni- week-enwith tnrum at Marion. Ind. Friends will has been a re- Danville, spent the Mr. Ceorgi parents Mr. and Mrs. I.ayd be glad to know 0car is some bet I her cent visitor tn Diuiville. Haurne and family. ter. Mr. . Nath Hogle ,spent last wek .. ... Mr. KIIsh ISHgiemaa Harris and i Msss (Joorgia Dunn, Held witn reiauvrs in t. Lnvtsa Harris were in Danville Ml o f the Kentucky Christian Kn- Mr. V. H. Ilurten ha been n re- Monday U attend the funeral of Mrs. dwivr Union, is spending this week Mary Hell Kngleman. cent visitor in Lexington. in Mnyrille, Newport and other Mm IaiIii Simpoan. who has been point in the Northern part of the d In w Mr. Wiillam Grins spending some ume with Mr. titlta-bot- State, making a survey of the Chrisweek on business. Collier Slropmin. has returned tian Kndeavor in the First and Second Districts. V. It. Cook, of Danville, wa to her home in Stanford. Mr. In Lancaster Momlay on business. Mr. and Mrs. K. It. Hay. of Mrs. llurtan Weodard. and little Hsiting their have U en daughter, Katherine Cash, of LonMessrs. John CHI and Itobert recent visitors in don, are guests f her grand parents, daughter, Mrs. F.rnost Chrtsman. have been Mrs. Fisher Calnes and son, Hubert Judge and Mrs. K. V. Harris. Danville. 0lnt MU ol th A se I i iiur Mrs . .f .n i Mr. .1 K r. :nul. Ke re LexingUn Woslaesday. and little Hose, hve returned Joseph roUUve in Adolph vssit t laughter, Port f DyTTtoM smi Cm!n wurtiwo in. rm The l.utvttle. many been Danville hospital far severnl to impreve unit week rnntinae hope to be able to return home last of the week. pofmlar Cook. Miss Mnrgniet Danville young lady, hn been ebo-e- n prosident of hor graduating clas at Cunston Unit. Washington City. of Miss Cok is the Mrs. K. I Owsley of this city. Mrs. W. J. Itomans. who hn grand-daughter J H These small, attractive stamp-lik- e hristmas "stickers" have come again ... mmlnil itflf-trinn. U'DmAtl and h d nuccr. Klch-mon- lat h Kin-iial- r.l " Major and Mrs. W. II. Collier, of J. Wilson, of Ilnwllnir the guest of her parents, Cleveland, returned to their home Wednesday after a week's stay at the Mr. ami Mrs. J. It. Mount. bedside of Major Collier's siter, Mrs. The many friends of Mrs. K. W. It. U Klkin. Harris are glad to know she is imMessrs. Morris Swlnebroad anil J. proving from her recent illness. have arrived from Cat It. Itaseldi-Turner Misses ltoie ami Minnie tle Heights, Lebanon, Tcnn., nnd have returned from a visit to Mlwes will spend the Christmas holiday Mollic and Kthel llarnes at Cuy. with their parents Mr. James Conn and Miss Alberta Mr. A. II. Kice, of Parksbury, Anderson left Tuesday for Indlanap. W. Va., nnd Mrs. J.M. Stnnghton, of oil, where they will spend a Covington, will arrive in Uncastcr Tuesday anil spend the Christmas Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Conn will holidays with their mother, Mrs. H. move this week to the residence of A. II. Mnrksbury. Mr. A. T. Anderson, on Maple The community and her many avenue. friends regret to leurn that Mr. U. Mrs. Samuel Cotton ,who has been I). Simpson, who has lived in Lanvery ill at her home on Lexington caster for many years, left last TuesSt., is improving, much to the gra- day for Lexington, wht?e she will tification of the mnpy friends of this make her future home with her son, Mr. Henry Simpson. excellent lady. ('teen, Mr. W. Is few-day- j CAR LOAD OF i FRUITS, CANDY and Nuts f I We are ready for Santa Claus We can and will lave yon money. ORANGES 25cli PER DOZEN I Scott & Ruble Square. mole 206. tmmmmmmmmmmm PhWIc sibillty to rid ur own beloved State from the dread disease of TuberNow a the yule tide season Is When culoids the most common and fatal rapidly coming on us we like hunof any in the State. Kvery commun- dreds of others-ar- e wondering theso Seems ity in constant danger of thi ill- what arc we going when unfor long nights just When riches take wings, 8,4- a it is scattered by the give some of our good friend as customers pa by on the other side, . tunatc having it. Kvcrin Cnrrard, to smnll rememberance of some ol a when sorrow comes, when the physi.. about to cian shakes his head slowly and you iieiirw v.. ,),... of know there is no hope (JOD re- Tuberculosis Sanatorium hc! cWh of c'ourae wo n would like to mains. aouinwesicrii sutler, vmj .uhm,.. I cnstlv present, but, that wo find The only stable thing In the uni- care to keep away this dread disease o again we think . of . . ... verse is COD, and those who worship s the answer to the situation. Cure Him truly receive the rewards of a is uncertain when once it i contract-- ! just and righteous Huler. H"1'- nifi.r tlii fnllmvlntr: '.t ...... ..... Cod is ready to help you If you The working of our State '"'jj' Call the the Husines Mgr. of the ., - - - - -, Just say so. Kvery week men for Committee is too the first time nro confessing they known to be repeated here. Yet the irai iii'tuni to one of your subscription - J1!3. have a new vision of their Saviour. ' appeal is made for everyone to as n remembrance from you. Come to the services nt the work by purchasing these in this and name us '"c ill the ntn.iii.ilnnd address- The re- -' "dickers" from the girls and boy.s, biterian Church Sunday and In ,.mtitttCurrey, are spending the week-en. . , t0clh. . who are so willingly offering them, Mr. coive help through worship. M in Lancaster with friends. v,wa " ... "The' for sale. Garrard County is already' Vllt Sermon subjects: it A. Lancaster, with a letter. Luti and Misses LuU, of F. fireat Ump."7 I M.,"Ca I Know. r,apinK benefit, from thi fund. Contra, RMord of were in Danville yesterday on busi- 1 tm Savel!" to some of her unfortu- treatment q nn, serves a Danville Messenger. ness. Hev. II. S. Hudson, Fastor. nati. citizen, who othenvise. would!; Mcnt' fifly.two timcs sK1.. t.t uitfittti trxntmpnt. HA Mr. nnd Mrs. J. A. Uebinson. of Church News and who would otherwise remain n ench year. Danville. Hon. and Mrs. J. II. Fax-toof Stanford, were dinner guest A splendid program wa given by!unce to their neighbor, Subscriptions Thi appeal i a personal thing. of Dr. and Mrs. J. It. Kinnaird last the young people at the 0:15 hour. Subscription taken to nil maga- Wednesday. The occasion was in Iat Sunday evening. Mr. Thompson You rcmesjber the "Ancient Mann-t- h nn.l nnrtnillrnls. Paul MoiTOW. birthday er" with the ladies of hi nusimates fr..l,!..nt of It. Y. honor of Mr. Kinnaird' nnd was n thoroughly enjoyed one. F. U. was present nnd made some around him, each one cursing him a long a preciou Friendship Mny this most excellent lady live to helpful suggestions for the improve- with his eye. freely of these you can turn it to account. Let u purchase see many more returns of the day. ment of our work. The Union will be divided into Junior nnd Senior Madison A. Hart, of Danville, as- division for the coming year, and lisrv.si rw vx rrmrncvrrx vx TXV&irA JAUtlVUArKOHlCXJHEI SI sisted by Mis Katherine Warrlner, tl.f.ttAti j.r i,rif-i- r nttnvifnr n rwn r' v fnr fh.i .1 linlnr d f i ti ift ri n imt Ml of Hustonville, during a two.weeks will be held next Sunday evening. meeting ndded to the church at LanServices will be held each night caster eighty members, tifty coming during the week of prayer, beginning by confession. Itrother Hurt Sunday, January 1st., with a watch "It was one of the bet meeting I night service. The service during, have been in for n long time. The the week will begin at 7:15. The ingiiiK of Miss Wnrriner was tine, in- Women' Missionary Society will obHut you can save money by tloiiiK your Christmas deed. Hourland I one of the mostj serve their week of prayer later in shoiMUHK eurly and usiiitf can. in your selections. capable men nnd one of the tlnestl the month. men in our Kentucky ministry." The The ervlce next Sunday at the WELL XMAS WEEK IS HERE NOW FOR Weekly Ilulletin, LouisviHc. Ky. regular hours. The topic for the Wesley llrown Diekrn of the. morning sermon will be "The Divine Freuching In the evening nt firm J. E. IVkeron A Son. Uneas-- j Trio." 7:15. The pastor will preach morn, relumed from r. Ky., has ju ing ami evening. ippi on wo weeks hunt ;n Ml A cordial welcome awaits you at Us of son; wonder 'ill t' ie he ha He said binls nt- - - thick w!icn tl l all our wrvlce. CO farm hand gj out ta the field t The Woman' MIloncry Society work they have ta rake them out ' a the way with a hayrnke. Some of the held a business meeting ut the church) cm boy suid he meant English Sparrow Wednesday evening of last week for and not quail. And fishing, all you the purpose of electing olTicer for. got to do I to get n gig nnd go to any the ensuing year. Miss llettie MJ mud puddle and stick it down nnJ Hoblnson wa elected Fresidcnt; Mr. Cha. Moore, Vice Fresidcnt; Mr. you pull up a fish from five to twenORANGES PER DOZEN 25cti. S. 11. Sander. Secretary Treasurer.' ty pounds one fish down there is so and Mis Ada Itich, Fret Heporter. largo there is not enough water In Chocolate Caidy 15c lb. Mixed Caidy 15c lb the lako to cover hi back and the Committer were appointed and work or Frylta, Caidy, Nuts is being planned for the year, I have a big are afraid to tackle it native , Fossum hunting is another sport with of the licthcl ltev. Price Satisfaction Combined With Store Satisfaction them. He suid they went out one Church will preach at AnMoch Church night and got twenty possum and next Sunday night, December 18th. ten coon and it was not n good night Too often the test of friendship is for hunting either. Can you beat next. Lexington Herald. a willingness to be used. itt Who' MA uf )U Qr ,,, "stickers" Our Christmas packages v'll le ornamented by them and our uty will be fuliilcd mot truly. . repon. An Ideal Christmas Present. The Foundation Shaken - imvM, Un-caitte- r. Fre-lsu- st i"'" d nj" Baptist A.n-intlnnt- 1 .... , tI mm rir n a.j -; YOU CAN'T STAVE OFF j CHRISTMAS ENOLE'S i - -- anortweat .How-man- Th Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Dsc 15 1921 . 1 Heat Your Bungalow, Cottage, or Flat with Hot Water Cellar not necto- any put tary small house withcrrangewents, unlit rtaily to ue with the a flaw IDEAL-Areo- LIVESTOCK FACTS COMMON AILMENTS OF SHEEP Information Qlvtn In Farmer Suite, tin to Insblo Owitirs to Roeof. nil Symptoms. in roofn.pMlof,afkltlfn VINEGAR USEFUL IN VEGETABLE CANNING Time of Processing May Somewhat Reeuci Costal 9M,tM.M rBaBBBBBBBBBBBBtaaSaBBH r in le out disturbing present heating aasaaaaaaaaaaaaasaaaK pku MMt jVftM MC CH anal t, tM. J. J. Walker, rresldont. W. F. Champ, W. O. nigney, Aaa't. to the PrealdeRt K (1. Davidson, Cashier. J. L. (Jill. Assistant Cashier. W. K. Miller, Assistant Cashier. Mrs. Naomi Hamilton, Teller. a tDKAL-Arco- Radto-to- tion of los hy stiolhtKe. .Monnver, the LANCASTER, KY. time of procesaliia thew ei;ealdes Kentucky. Lancaster, limy be someuhat rtslucinl when a Corner Public Square nnd Danville Street. sultlclelit lunoiillt of arid Is tu.il. the home economies kitchen of the Pulled ,triki" vvUknt.e ,0 "how Slates Department of Agriculture s Demonotra-(V'11':- 1 the advantage of a straw in conserv. after two years of eierlmental stover are sow fertilizers partly work on the subject. moisture durinjr a ilry summer. ShoWS they are of woody nature," in ivrtnln ertlous of the country In two other plot, trees which were v.. (Icorge Itobt rte, head of the agroin ll'in ami llCtl ramieit sweet rvrn IN j given n treatment Including nitrate nomy department of the College of did not kivp well, whether processed f The fact that almost f soda, made the greatest growth of of Agriculture said. "In actual plant Uy means of an orehurd fcrtilitlnc) eontlnuoiisly or Intermittently. In thi amount of plant fond food, however straw, together with demonstration, which he conducted any In the demonstration and In nil- home ecoiHHiilcs kitchen quart cans of the larjre In corn processed with the Collide uf'ilition pro.luce.l leaves wnicn were less than six bourn which It contains is readily available the various crop residues, Is as rich OMitlliuotisly sNilled, Agriculture, and County Agent I). V. larger and darker than thse of the while others and can be used nt once by youni; and sometimes even richer than avercanned at the same time, with the plants makes 'arm manure one of age stable manure. The chief differ-enc- e Mnrtln. W V. Acne, a Henderson other plot. These leaves were late addition of four tnblespuons of tlncpur the most effective fertilizers which county farmer has been able to, In dropping because of their thriftl between manure and rslducs Is to one ijiiart. did not spdl either ear. farmer can use, oi!s specialists say. the fact that the latter give up their hrinir out some striking nolnts as re- -' ncss and also were green anil crow. altbouiih Klveti 4ily two hours ppxvs. About one-hathe nitrogen, one- - fertility more slowly when turned Kards orchard management, accord- - InK when th leaves on other trees A Shoep Parasite Back View of Ft. Int.. If only llir.e tnbleNNHtfuls of sixth of the ohoiphorous nnd ne.half back 'o the sol'. male Sucking iody Louse (Highly tlnegar are Chief had dropped. It also appeared as in to a report of the project. tiel, prtKvss four hours; Enlarged.) A part of he difficulty In making amng the results accomplished were if the apples n the nitrate.! trees were two or three- tableMK)liftils of lemon of the potash in manure is solable or those showing thu value of n mulch larger and that more of them were While the actual treatment of disease Juice to u ipiart bin,, equally rimhI re. In a condition which will permit itj these slow fertilizers active Is over than was the caw on trees which Is primarily a matter for veterinarians, suits when processed three hours. to be uied at once by growing crops, come by usng them as bedding to conserve moisture during n sum-,little rainfall and the value did not receive nitrate. Trees In the Information given In the new bulle- IVni should nlwnjs be boiling hot This quality makes farm manure an I When used In this manner, the coarse mer of excellent top dressing forsurh crops' material Is broken up mechanically, of nitrate of soda In encouraging a one plot received a straw mulch In tin will enable slirep owners to recog- "hen pnrkel Into the Jnr. With spinach nnd strlnc benns the as wheat, yu'ng clover or irxas.s. mixed with t;e solid manure and (addition to the nitrate of soda while nize sytnploins early In their develop thrifty tree rowth. nddttlon of i,f the The remainder of the plant food be- - saturated liquid with manure In Four trees ln one plot of the dem- -, those in the other were treated with tnent and thus avoid losses to their iichl proved two eniinlly rliKks. Altogether 37 kinds of disease In redtie comes available gradually, thus mak- - which the plant food is readily avail, onstratlon, which received a straw five pounds of acid phosphate nnd the mid lug sriollatte. Vltieciir or lemon Juice ing ailments are discussed. the material a highly valuable able. Animal manure also conUins mulch of CO pounds each, showed straw mulch in additin to the The sheep Industry of the couulrj hi trie small amounts used modifies gradually, this maklntr the material a arxe amount of bacteria which act more leaf and twig rate. No conclusive result could bo lias suffered severely from the raraice lo some degree the iintnral flavor of highly valuable source of plant upon the straw and coarse material .growth than did those trees which derived In regard to the value of of Infectious uml noninfectious . 'be but ihe add taste I a phosphate this year, according to mako the plant food more readily received no treatment, according In addition to the scientific not olijecltoiiable to niot terolis, tod "In contrast to manure, straw and available. the report of the demonstration. names, the bulletin sixes the common Moreoer. mtirb of the ncld tnte can the report of the work. This Is o ( washe.1 off befort the vegetable names by which the various illseuie are knoun. A coininlcnt arrunsv ure served Klperllnetit with Vlnernr ilnl other ruliN In litmlmr ment of cause, sjmptom. appearance, dlat;iios, treatment, and till ! nitiiliiii.il In the kitchen next prevention makes It possible for sheep "nr. owners to obtnlti it practical knowledge This bank Mtcnds to every youne man or woman In this of the lest means for presenting and FRESH FRUIT IS EXCELLENT I community n special Invitation to become a savings depositor. In the r1x-controlllni: slckne Only by careful and systematic saving; may you hope to Numerous Illustrations add to the It Supplies Some Suajr and the Im clearness of the discussion. acquire the funds necessary to eventually branch out In busl-ncportant Mineral Matters, Mild My Shoe Heels were so crooked ami Sole so As a companion bulletin to "Diseases for your alf. Acids Jnd VlUmlnts. worn thnt I could not wear them any longer. After of Sheep." the department Is dlstrlh- No great amount is necessary to open an account. You titlnif nl. ii Parmer' ltiillflu taking them to vii I ran do so on any sum from one dollar up. You can add to trult Is fod. It supplies soiii sugar nnd the lmHirtiiiit mliiernl matters, this account from time to time In any sum you desire, no matfruit acids, and vltamltirs, my ( mild ter how small It ;nay be. clperta In (lie t'nllti Slntes Depart ment of Agriculture, office of home ' and leaving them for one day, they came back good These eeitnomlr. stlbslances as new. help to keep the In kiHid health and to pretent con.tljintl.in. OF LANCASTER. ' Use rresb fnilt whrnevrr Ksstble S. C. DENNY, Caskicr. and can Ihe surplus. Apples, pears, I plums, oraugeo. cherries, Mover tents of the Planets. t for Matrimony. $SOaOOO. rroH'frull. grnjies. bananas, avocados, The sun at.d all the planets appear The trouhle 't!i rioai mnrrlnges Is lierrles the ltt Is very Imig. tome-wher- e The tencth of tht to have rotntlon a man ninny tunic Die mlstak that In the I'lilnd StHtrs aomo of of marrying Ihe wnnuiti who rarrles day on all except .Mercury, Venus, tin.l Adult Sheep Foot Louse and Kgg them ure alwnjs In season, and some The him jff hi fe- -t lntend of trying to Neptune have been determined, (Enlarged.) nn III market everywhere much of run rotates once In 23 days 7 hours 48 Bod one whn will keep dim on them. mlnule. for an average; the earth Ixs Angelea nprei. titled "Parasites and 1'arasltlc Diseases ,"V.,,mV eggs during the 11 months of the dried fnilts. ellber home drle.1 little tinder 2 hour: Mnr 24 hours. 37, of Sheep." This bulletin explains' second year In which the flock has pn Jupiter 0 hour. methods for controlling various pest ho ,"""f eerywhen. minutes. 22 seconds; Ostsp't Ssem RiQht. been a demonstratlonal (W minutes; Saturn In 10 hours and 14 one. Last applet, drle.1 aprt and parasites that attack aheep and S,K,k. t knoti n man no Is nn enthusias1.1 hours. year the (lock averaged 174 eggs a minutes. Htnl t'rnniis In Hater overnight and cook them taints out the aihnntages of pasture f"" tic worker for I lie uplift of others and bird and thij year it appears that iriiurr rotation, feeding from racks, and other j i.'iik riiiruii iu iniiKe yet Is not on spcnklng terms with lilt Ls dates, figs, or niltlne. Tliee The Thousand It a. each hen will produce more than 188 ! measures of value In parasite control. I own brother not romiti-Many farmers in Henderson coun' are very nod ndde.1 to breakfast ee-i The Tlioiismnl egg-s-, l'ni according to County Agent this. I rlmpl) ii.imi.ui It. Louisville lreal 10 minutes before taking It from ty, as well as some in surrounding: Martin. The Hock has been fed and riven to a collection of ti nil iftlnnda Courier-Journa- l LIQUID MANURE IS VALUABLE i e stove. counties, nre find'ng that proper In the expansion of the Si Uiuienca feeding;, housing; and management of managed according to suggestions river from the eastern ! I of l.nks Valuable In Industry. Ontitrlo for about forty i le. They Nitrogen and Potassium Should the farm poultry flock pays at a re made for the average farm poultry flock. Diatoms, microscopic orgniilm In- are located partly In New Vork stnto Carefully "reserved and Usee) of TO sultTom the g aproduction received habiting both fresli nnd salt witter, and partly In Cnnndn. II I estimated for Improving Crops. by Wilson, Henderson county have numerous Industrial uses. De- thnt there nre from .U . Ilcware of the strangrr who effusIswith the ively offers you his hand. He wants farmer who Is posits of llielr ruses or skeleton, Inlil lands In the group. Il.mil.otne sumHOUSEWIFE The liquid excrement from farm extension division of the College of you to put something in it. down In past zcotoglcnl aces, mer residences lia.e hi en erecled on animals contains nearly half the ni.Agriculture and Cunty Agent D. W. "dlalutimcvou eurlh," which Is many of the Minn'. Ijiruo hotel trogen and (Kitassluni voided by them a valuable abrasive for metnl hIMis, furnish accommialnttot: for ninny city laundry bags of Turkish toweling Martin in conducting n demonstra No matter what the final outcome, and should be carefully jrreserved. scourlny Miwilers mil tiMith pnstca. lsltors during the summer tion with his Pock of White that Washington conference will not When steers are fed on cement floors lire excellent. have been entirely in vain. It came the value of the manure produced Is Ilntintms should be thoroughly rtjie, Figures show that each hen in the nlong Just in time to alternate with more than $1 per year greater for each cl"'w,,', "1""l' ,,ml Hock has produced un average of 1C7 Fatty Arbuckle In the news reports. imlnml than when fed on earth floor. Open barnyard manure Is nbotit one-- J No eiiku should be moved In the halt at valuable us stall manure. The least amount of nitrogen will be Inst oven until It has rUeu lla full height. from stored manure If animals are An old mackintosh ran be turned kept on It or It l kept Iu a moist, well (tacked condition. Manure uiel Into a ino"t uneful upron for washing days. crov-plnIn connection with continuous will not mnlntsln the maximum yield, but when used In connection Three Through Trains Daily MICKIE SAYS with crop rotntlon It Increases the yield of all crops grown In that rotation. Mnnurv used In conjunction with VXEaVSE , GOSH SaVKK, n complete fertilizer high In phosDOSJT VUAIY sAU- - Vs OV1LV GOT phorus will give belter returns than when either Is ucd alone. (Effective Sunday, NovemUr 28, 1921.) nvrv uvt ow NEEDS OF GROWING ANIMALS nlat IxMI all loom. Bullr fee small heuart without nllan. Hot-watm Ifnpte wvl rosy m n r Ths American Rajlstocsln adkxnlnt riff system toilurabtf, nwt aconomlcal swatlnc riant erar wmplnt, drvuad far nail buikliM. DoVt daisy to lad out aH etsjut It. n n aril ntftaKmlfI "i K . 1 la (Pr.par.l br the Ifnltnl th twm and mot. It ral mm its llnttta ou4 Sco one now en display in my window. P. B. WILLIAMS, ment of Agriculture. I How to recognise and treat the disease and common ali ments of sheep Is told In Fanners' lliilletln I1M. just Issued by the Unl teil Slates Department of Agriculture. Rut, Depart- Two Voara of Eiptrimtntat Work on Subject Mad by Homo Economics Kltchtn Much Corn Rsportta) Spoiled Last Ysir. (I'rrnrrd liy thr fnltM fltalra iiiih in .turiruiturr.f A little litt'Kttr corn, nild.il pens, to beans, lrt reduc- "I ihI. will mid materially by tbe wnlerlmlli melh- In itwrnmis, or splnarh the CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK. Henderson tion r'-lri- ; Value Of It rate Farm Manure Valuable A Active Fertilizer one-hal- fr ' lf - et s c(T.-c- c ' to'cid ills-t'c- rc-jt- . THEY WERE CROOKED Special Invitation to Young Pitplt NOW THEY ARE STRAIGHT - iJ ! MANLE Y4WILS ONShoe Hospital Foot-Rdi- ill lly m THE NATIONAL BANK i Cap.lal Surplus $50,000. Honor Roll Bonk 1 Pn"'. iui-1,- Henderson Flock Shows Results Of Proper Care. nt 1 1 ni of con-ktltu- W in FliUldllotiHltialit-- ,.l M.,L PR :Ml: SowHttoArSifysiM Royal Palm U Lexington Florida 0 A. M. Florida I.v. Ar. Ar. Ar. Ar. orr soUArtkAcs vie suas OM our of, Ohio Special A. Pigs Thrive Better on Ear Corn and Qreen Alfalfa Than en Chopped and around Feeds. GIT FtU UP J04M Ksr com and green alfalfa meet the needs of growing pigs better, and ut less cost, than chopped alfalfa and ground cob and cornuieul. The alfalfa stems and cob menl ure better suited to I lie needs of sheep or rattle. They cun handle more fibrous, Indigestible matter than pigs. Ar, Ar. Ar. Ar. Chattanooga 3:40 P.M. 8:40 P.M. 'CT.) Atlanta K.T. Macon 12:20A.M. 7:55 A.M. Jacksonville I'ull-nai- i HUx'piiin Curs and Coaclica to JetksonviMe. Dining Cars .Sorting AH Meals. v, Danviuu Danville 11:40 Chattanoots Atlanta (CT.) . Macon (CT.) . M. BrOP.M. 11:26 P.M. Jacksonville l:Jej A.M. luUmin Kterriing Cart and Coachca to JackwnvrHe. Pinto Cars Ken Ing All Meaia. Suwanee River Special i.v. Dnnvlllo Afa ChaMafioo0a 11:45 1". M. B:M A.M. 11:25 A.M. 3:10 P.M. S:M A.M. t 7 JO A.M. 1:30 A.M. 7:24 A.M. a?ll DISCARD INEFFICIENT HORSE Indiscriminate Breeding of Small, Unsound, Scrubby Animals Highly Unprofitable. , (CT.) Ar. Atlanta .(E.T.) Ar. Macon . a at. lame Ar. Clearwater so Ar. St Pstersaurf Aafa t tBadoflstewn tCT) Ctairal 1 iVIIman Keeping Cart and Coach Tbo light, Inefficient horse Iu undoubtedly destined to bo discarded at a factor In American husbandry, tod tt,e Indlscrlmlualo breeding ol small, unsound, ecrubby anlwala will continue to tw blgtly usproStabla U TIb. toaoe to Tama, PtUftkurm (yu ttradtsitowB.) AM Meait. f. (K. TJ Kasura TlM. (Ma Tsssaa) CONN and CONN DuOag Cart Herrlag For Ueksts, slsopkg ear restftstluni or olaar iBorBuUoa, sfe4y toTleket Afsat ar Me HoittTusasiUas Meol"tLsaiafa!S!st;, fsmltted la. The Central Record, Lancaster. Ky.. Thursday Dec 15. 92 1 1 Mante High School Notei. The following pupil were on the honor roll of Manc High School for September, October nnd November, having made an average grade of 90 llettle Hester, per cent or overt Herbert Tudor, Willam Tudor, Wan-di- e Rowling, Gladys Tudor, llunlrt-t- n Ramsey, Vernella Gooeh, M, Nel-toIvan Ramsey, Luln Spilman, Vnnwlnkle, For October, Doris Howling, nnd l.avrrne Chandler, The teacher of Manse .School with to thnnk the patroni nnd friend of the school for their hearty Aswith the sociation in ita work this fall, Thin orcnniiatlon ha been right on the Job with the fchool and everything that they have undertaken ha been n success. Without It the tenchera would have been greatly handicapped. All needed play ground equipment, much school equipment and repair work hat been furnlihed ami at pretpaid for. Thl organizaerit nil tion ban adjourned to meet again In March, at which time it will take up school Improvement in general, A Chrlatmaa play, entitled, "The Coming of the I'rince of Peace," will be given on Thursday night before Chrittma by the .Mante school, at the Pretbyterian church, All are Invlt ed to attend. A Chrlatmaa tree will be given at the Mante Pretbyterian church on Chrittmas eve. n Pnrcnt-TcnchrrV 1 8H SSI ISE RH6 SSSf ftfUl 50S SGI 'American Legion News ml FROM A GIFTS STORE I 8 MAN'S WHEN YOU DECIDE TO CHOOSE THAT GIFT FROM THIS MAN'S STORE, REMEMBER YOU ARE CHOOSING FROM THE BEST. FROM THE WORLD'S GREATEST STYLE CENTER FROM THE WORLD'S GREATEST QUALITY SOURCES FROM THE FOUNTS WHERE THE MOST ACCEPTABLE NOVELTIES S WE SEEK AND SECURE THE BEST AND THE LATEST. BELOW IS A PARTIAL LIST: EMA-NATE- "If General Robert E. Lee wit n traitor, Napotlan Ilonnpnrte wa a coward." The statement wa made by an admirer of bo;h the great military leaden, Ferdinand Foch of France, while he wn visiting Harrit.vm, Vn., according to "n man who heard It," who has writ'tn national headquarter of the Aircrlcnn Legion. During a ceremony the mnnhal wns handed a telegram. "Lee I the greatest traitor America ever has known," it rend, signed by "An Foch read the American Patriot." telegram, smiled, and showing it to "If General Lee wa i his aids said: In traitor, I with France had more of ' them. He wa one of the greatest military leader the world ha ever known. Thl surely i n Joke." The gencrnlittlrao kept the telegram, n however. j $1.00 SILK SOXS WOOL SOXS $3.00 PAJAMAS COLF HOSIERY UNION SUITS SHIRTS REEFERS NECKWEAR COLD CAPS PULLMAN IIOSTON $8.00 SILK SHIRTS SILK UNION SUITS FUR LINED CLOVES SUSPENDERS HANDKERCHIEFS CUFF LINKS NECKWEAR CLOVES HEI.TS STEAMER HUGS SMOKING JACKETS HATH ROUES Yallow Fever Wlp.d Out. Yellow feter hat been completely llmtnsted from Ouni qiitl, IVtiador, prevalent for fenwhere It liaa In 142 tinlf the oiiilatloa erations. of the city died of thla i!l.'nr, tnt evto f'O there were from ery yrar until the campaign of extertiegnn In tOlR. mination SLIPPERS HAOS LEATHER SUIT CASES LEATHER HAND HAGS If President Harding grant a par- Thoma 0. Jonet I of the A. E. F Harry Haley, Cann. dian who served JoncV rentence fSi army descr.icn in Leavenworth ; prlton, will deliver the pardon to hia ! buddy "in the wild of Canada," ac- -j cording to R. P. Dickerton, Springfield, Mo,, Ilulcy'n benefactor, who I has enlisted the aid of the American Legion to obtain executive clemency, Jones it hiding out in Canada, Dick-eno- n has informed the Legion, but Haley will take him to hi little fam ily to a "small Canadian town" to aged mother if the president i hi grant the pardon. don to , ln $1.50 WOOL REEFERS HOSIERY S'' re $4.00 PAJAMAS FLANNEL SHIRTS SHIRTS CLOVES HOUSE SLIPPERS DRESS $10.00 SWEATER COATS RAIN COATS AUTO ROUES HANI) RAGS INITIAL HANDKERCHIEFS NECKWEAR IIELTS HOUSE SLIPPERS Hardly Raallttle. Ihe following Kllen Terry amusing story t Once, when the wit acting In "Madam .SatisOene." a cat Itself stole on the slag and ruhlx-acalntt her. To Introduce a real'ttlc touch." the picked It up ami set It away, telllog It I' or down a go to sleep. The cnl curled up n1 Hut a murmuring li ent l sleep the auillence drew ITIIen Trrry't alien tlnn to Ihe animal again. The cat wa sleeping peacefully on a rel hoi "nre " Chnrges of negligence in the treatment of mentally deranged veteran of the world war arc to be investigated ttoon by the United States Senate, General George A. Wingntc ho informed the American Legion of New York City. Critically ill in n New York hos pital because of overwork while he was director of the bureau of war risk insurnnce, R. C. Choltnelcy Jones has received from the American Legion though I Inn ford MacNidcr, it. commander, "sincere wishes for your I I !!... It I.. . Mi! apeeiiy recovery ivnm iiiMiumiy brought on by service to your coun try and your comrades." Mr. Jones was twice rejected for the army because of physicial disability, but served oversea as chief of the war risk bureau. 1 tll frl ln SHIRTS NIGHT SHIRTS DRESS UNDERWEAR SUIT CASES DRESS SHOES $5.00 $2.00 IIELT RUCKLES CANES NECKWEAR UNION SUITS CLOVES PAJAMAS PAJAMAS SILK STRIPE SHIRTS MOCAII CLOVES SILK COLD KNIVES $15.00 HEAVER HATS RATH ROHES t5 ' " COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF LAND GARRARD CIRCl'IT COURT Hank of IlryanUvllle, et al, PlaintilTa, VS. Defendant A. 7.. Uakrr, et al. STUDENTS DRESSING RAIN COATS GOWNS nATH ROUES SILK UMBRELLAS DRESS VESTS ItKKFKKS IIOSTON RAGS SHEEP LINED COATS HAND UAGS A lasting tie between the Amcri- - Pursuant to a Judgment rendered 1021. the umlertlgned Commissioner will sell at public auction to the highest anil bett bidder at the Court House door in Ijincaiter. Ky , at 11 o'clock, A. M.. or thereabout!", on MONDAY, DECEMRER 2Cth.. 1021. the real pttate mentioned In the pleading and described n follows:' Three tract of land In Garrard County, hy., containing ibn acres nnd bounded as follow t: Tract No. 1 lleglnnlng at a stone in the center of the Lexington and Lancaster pike, S. 44 degrees!, Kat 36 rod and 10 links tn a atone; the N. E. corner of the church house lot; thence N. HH decreet. 4Vi rods to a stone on the upper tide of the road; thence 2H Wett H rods lu n Mime In the center of the Dike: thence N 24, E. 10 rods to a stone with the center of the nike: thence N. K dv greet, Knit 20 rod to a stone in the middle of the pike; thence N. 12 4 V, 12 rods to a atone in the middle of the pike; thence N. 35, K. 13 rods to the beginning, containing 13 acres bv turvev. Tract N. 2: Hounded on the Eat bv tract No. 1. on the .South by II II. Campbell, on the West by the Lancaster. Nlcholasville and Danville Turnpike and containing nbout one- noir acre, more or lets. Tract No. 3. Ileirinnlng nt a stone In the center of the aforesaid turn pike: thence S. 02. E. 4H rods and 0 links to a locust pott and corner to Martin Mrogle; thence r.. v links to a locust nost ami corner to Martin Hrogle; thrnce E. 0 rods and 7 links to the center or the County Hoau; thence with the County road N. 0, K. 8 rod to a atone In the County road; thence continuing with the County road. N. 44. W. 33 rods to a atone, thence N. 84, W. Id pole to a stone in the pike; thence with the pike 8. 84, W. 0 rods and K links to acres the beginning, containing 4 The purpose of said sale is to satisfy three note of $833.33 to plain each, ilue by defendant tin herein, with Interest at b per cent per annum from Jan. 1, 1020, until paid, together with the cott of inia action. TERMS The tale will be made on a credit of U and twelve months, and the 'purchnier will be required to execute Wild) with approved aecurity for the price, payable to W. K rebateMaster Commissioner, due II. in wn. aix'and twelve months respectively, wKh Interest at alx per cetit from d(e until paid, having the force, and effect of a Judgment upon which execution may Issue, and a lien will be retained upon the land uatll the purchase money la paid. W. H. Brown, M. C. G. C. C. O. C, Wnlktr, Atfy. for PUT. Copt. Am. Bourne, Auctioneer. at the November Term, PARKS and HENDREN DANVILLE ( wmi&i& LOYD. m : Mr. Frank Kay, of Stanford, was with his home folk Sunday. Jatr.e Sanders was with Mr. and Mrs. Wm. S. Ray Saturday night. Mr. Fred Snyder ami little daugh ter, Allie II. spent Sunday with Mrs. J. D. Ray. and Mrs. Ollie Hlnck enter tamed several of their neighbors Sat urday night. Limn, Sand, Portland Cemant, Rock, Common and Brick. Hudson V Farnau. Mrs. Ilelle Snyder is betetr at this writing. She is spending several days with .Mrs. John Hicks. Mr. ami Mr. Wm. S. Ray and buby, Charlotte A. spent Sunday with .Mr. nnd Mrs. S. N. Sanders,. Mr. Prd CARTERSVILLE Mrs. Halcomb I very low U with 111 tuberculosis. Mr. Mote Cnterel very at this writing. Mr. Morris Cnllico is very sick at the hospital in Somerset. Mr. John Raker has purchased the gatolinu mill at this place. Kavanawh Salt bit for curing Hudson St Farnau meat. Mr. und Mrs. J. N. llulette spent Sunday with Mr. und Mrs. W. M. Creech. Mr. und Mr. Llnol Callico arc re joicing over a line boy, numed Wal lace Allen. Mr. und Mrs. Jasper llulette were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Shaw Sunday. Earl Pennington spent the week- end with his grand parents, Mr. and S. Hoop. Leslie Wylle and Miss Cora Wylie spent Tuesday in Uerea with Mr. C. Mr. Mr. Phelix Pennington. V in France and the gold star mothers rs MhV'nf km'tnnil hns twion i.tiililuhil with I , .I -. 4 4 l. t .. u IF IN DOUBT. GIVE A BOX OF INITIAL HANDKERCHIEFS. iiie eniruiiet: iiuu me iiiierieii auai I liary of Mr. Amelia McCudden, (rJBll Uritinn's otficial gold star mother. !.Mr. McCudden was sent to America jjjyjto represent the English war mothers at Arlington nr.J joined the Legion women's auxiliary before she sailed back for England. "HOME OF BETTER MEN'S WEAR." After having thoroughly investigaKENTUCKY. ted Polyclinic government hospital, in the heart of New Yajft City, and found it "not conductive to tho of tubercular war veterans," the American Legion of New York has announced its intention of Mr. Fannie Harvey and daughter, I Making Ctmsnt Waterproof. Sad Mistake. buying a hospital site in the Adrion-dac- k Irene, spent Saturday night with Mr. To make cement waterproof trj The . famdy wns away from town. Mountains where the . a . ' mixing- . tu r - 1. .. It I ...I.W , and Mrs. Jasper llulette. a imi I Jlieir nonse ......in Cliurge in jouns, inn m iirmynli.il,. properly. may iriUHIl ... M .vnnon Hi. Anl 111. rmmnl nf ll ... .... ......... ... r Mr. and Mr. Homer Highland and .....I.I inn.,ni,j mi. liiniM. I ' The sanitarium will be supported by came In to help with the cleaning. Onel son, William, visited Mr. nnd Mr. private individuals who have already duy the mnlil opened the front door. Belladonna Wm. Marshbanks Sunday. nut, j,ith v anil ".s1 "......., nelladuiinn I Italian for "fair pledged themselves. Mr. and Mrs. Rusell Holman spent "I've lieen ringing ringing and' lady." and the drug was given this Sunday with his father and mother, rlnlng.' said the latter. -- Why didn't aame hecnuse Italian women employed One blissfully trustful former serMr. and Mrs. James Holman, of Ham- you coiiie)" "Vou kep on o reg'lar," the Juice for staining their skin and vice man has written the American tald the m.tld. "that I IhoiiEht It was to henutlfy the eyes hy giving them Legion Weekly asking that the pubilton Valley. only the telephone" tlUtenlng appearance. lication "be sent to my new address, Mit Fuy Pennington, who has Esplandac St., New Orleans. Thank spent tcveral weeks with her grandShould Not Walk Too Soon. you for same, (signed) Th Fourth Dlmtnslen. parent, near Cartertvillc has reA fiat foot Hint Is, u foot almost The fourth dimension I merely a There were only 4,000,000 turned to her home in llereu. without any Instep I not only a de-I speculation. It at the last count. funnily, hut It engender an nwkward mathematical the properly of matter Mr. Harrison Mays, Mr. Andrew assumed to he uti-tho foot lean Robertt, Mrs. Thumton Robinson walk. Sometime, that should he to solid a solids are No reinstatement or more to the to planes. more of government Nfnthemiitlc.il Investigaand Mr. Trnve Robinson were din- Inner tn Ihe outer tide side. Itoth thete defects are assumption of insurnnce can tv made nftcr Dec. ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Murrion generally cnuicd hy trjlng to make' tion nre made on the 3 1st., according to word received at Well Sunday, Children an Indefinite uumher of dimension. children walk too soon. national headquarters of the AmeriMr. and .Mrs. Stenuett had for din- should not tie enrourui:etl to wnlk until Legion. can All the the hone of their little feet nre ttrong Ntctttary Govtrnmtntal Powtr. ner guests last Sunday Mits Cora men can reinstate their government enniiRht to support the weight of ttielr When respect for law Is not volun Roop, Mis Lena McQuerry. Mr. nnd timly. tary It must lie compulsory, else gov. insurance except those who have a Mrs. J. D. Carter. Rev. Corbit, Rev. eminent fnll of lis purpoiir. This disability not treaceablc to service. I. W. Heeler, of Wilmore and Rev. statement Invnhea no Kdlcy. rather The yearly renewable term Insurance Walla, of Georgia. reilecl necessity. That's why govern, may be reinstated by the payment ment Is given Hcr to protect Itself, of two monthly premiums. The apPursuant to Judgment, Garrnrd Cir- and employs that power when com. plicant mutt state that he is in good Thete are the day when we laugh Court. November term, 1021, In pelled. health and provide a report of full at the Ice man nnd the coal ran cuit case of C. P. Current, et nt PI lit. tho medical examination laughs nt u. substantiating v. ,M, II. Johnson, et alt Deft., 1 That 8lmp!t Every.Day Lit. will on that stntement. There Is not a thought or a feeling, things you don't do may nc . FRIDAY. DECE.MUER 30th., 1021, The make you rich, but they cMom ge. at 2:30 P. M., in front or the Court not an act of heuuty or nobility, where President Obregon of Mexico is House Door In Lancaster, Ky., sell of one I cnpnhle, hut can find comyou into trouble. at nubile auction the truct of land plete expression In the simplest, mott considering two Invitations to visit Sometimes, though, an optimist .lin Garrard County, Ky., on Dix Riv-e- r, ordinary life; mid all that cannot he Texas this month. One i from the necessity near Ruena Vista, containing one who hat been stung and doctn' I acres, being particularly described120 expressed therein mutt of of vanity, American Legion post at San Anin belong In Ihe falsehoods tonio, and tho other from Governor wunt other people to know about it. the judgment pleadings of said cauic Ignorance or sloth." Patrick NelT of Texas. The PreI-den- t to which reference is made. The fellow who doesn't clulm to be was asked to attend the feitivl-ti- e TERMS In Fruit. Nutrition good and yet Is not really bad I enSix and twelve months, equal pay in Houston and Sun Antonio in Fruit are elderly valuable for their titled to some distinction. He it so ments, ti per cent Interest from date connection o with the visit to those of sale, bond with good security to ugar, acid and tall, llananas, dales, cities of Marshal very few. Foch. be given, lien retained: purchater to fifs, prune nnd grai, owing to their large amount of tugnr, are tho moat Some doctors, we suspect, are in assume taxe due In Fall of 1022. and lemou Full possession Jan. lit., 1122, nutritious. Apple, are subject to the right of tenant to uie orangea ii class by themselves. They are valuable for their potash able to charge for what they don't one tobacco barn until his tobacco sails, and orange and lemon, esis removed not later than May 1st., pecially, nre valuable for their citric know and collect in full. 1022. Amount to be raited includ- add. Some fruit contain two or mora Incidentally we might remark that ing costs, 0,101.25. eld, inch u strnwberrtea. raspberThl Dec. 13, 1921. there are two kinds of fools those ries, gooaeherrlea und cherrie. These W. 11. Brown, Master Comwho think they are wiso men, and missioner Garrard Circuit Court.! frvtta contain both citric and alallc Stormei Drug; Stera those who don't know they are fool. Capt. Am. Bourne, Auct. add. KNITTED VESTS 1 .' 1 1 fa mm mm im mm I . vl iioi,,.,t. .! Commissioner's Sale. , i ... 5 r The Central Racard, Lancaster, Ky., ThuradayDc Resolution!. Resolutions. A Letter To Santa. 1 51 02 1 pair of WANTED TO LOAN:-r- A three year old, broke mules, to reThere will appear, commencing sponsible party. Pirate come to Ijn S. C. Henderson, Dec. 12, 1021. "Dear Santa: At n convrntlon of the Ilurey Tohome-mad- e with the next Isue of the Central Rec- 1 AssociPaint Lick, Ky. caitcr, pil bacco (irowers All kinds of mixed Whereas, Roil, In hi infinite vl- ord, some little editorials from the ation of (inrranl County, on Satur- ililm, ha taken from our midst n be- The brst'cs place on earth; candy at sixty cents a pound. On STRAYED: To my place In Dun- sale during Christmas nt Telephone retail committee of the Chamber of day, Dec. 10th., 1021, a Committee loved and faithful Christian teacher, You ice Mr. Santa, I know, nnd Garrard can town about a week ago a hog, Exchange. For orders phone 325 F. 'Cause I've liveil here since my birth. Commerce of Lancaster of three was appointed to draft suit MIm Amanda Anderson, County, giving salient reasons why weight about 125 lbs. Owner can 12-- 1 Mrs. James Yantls. able resolutions of thank to Judge, He it resolved: That, In the death our people should do more of their have same by proving hog and pay-In- g appreciation of h!nr sal.. Amanita Anderson, her loved "The little boy ntul girl here, - - Walker In nil charges. Jess M. Middletnn. purchasing and trading in Iinraster efforts In behalf of the Uurlcy Tobac-- , onc4 naVe lost n devoted sister, her! Aw talking every day, A Association, neighbor' And telling what they want you to Instead of Danville, Lexington und co Rrowcrs community has lost a kindly I have, not removed to Richmond. Louisville. bring, The Cmmlttee submits the follow- - nt this school, In which she spent' FOR SALE: Nice six room house On Nov. 10th., I reopened the Robin-so- n We will not hnve any catch penny Ing resolutions: life, an' If you will come this way. the best of her years of her f acre of with bath and lights, Hospital at Herea, nnd I am scheme or offer nny priie or slogan He It Resolved: That we most deep- - earnest Christian teacher, Phone land, on Hill CourK A bargain If permanently located here. why l.nnrantrr is the proper placaj ly appreciate the able manner In That we extend to member of her' "Now Santa, Jut before you start, sold nt once. Write II. V. Hastln. Herea, 111. for you to trade, but will advance a at Frankfort, Ky., or see A. II. Haswhich our County Chairman, Judge family our sincere sympathy in the! Would you ploase look and see Signed, R. F. Robinton, M. D. few reasons which we believe will 1' hvc . sleeping doll U I Walker, conducted the cam- - 0Ss they have sustained, tln, Ijincastcr, Ky, (12.8(11.) convince you of your duty to your County for me. palgn in putting Rarrard that the Hoard of Trustees nnd And story-boo- k home merchant through your sense "Over the Top" In the drive of the the faculty of this school extend our Notice of fairness and Justice. Orowcr's Assocl- - ov,. nnd sympathy anil any assist- - "The chldrrn here are very gooij, Hurley Tobacco 15 There will be an election held at 5, 10 See Please don't forget to come wish hereby to express to nnct. that we may render, ation, and It's easy to tell a He, but someHhe Citizens National Hank of Lan windows. him our sincere thanks for so un- That, In the name of this commun- - And fill your sleigh clean to the topi times it is mighty hard for n fellow Wo can order you any kind of caster, Ky., Tuesday, Jan. 10th., selfishly devoting his time and energy ity, we ask His divine blessing up- - Hefore you start from home. to square himself by telling another. furniture, o'clock, for, house goods, or Juwelry. 1022 from 0:00 to 12:00 in our behalf, without any renumer- - on these snlendid. tirclei efforts for to watches, clocks, etc. We save you the purpose of electing directors ation, whatever, and trust that the education nnd humanity and that He! "You will ftnd my stockings big money on any order. Try us we serve for the ensuing year. nnd confidence of the mny make her work as teacher nndl"nnB'nK tTom ,n mantle top, added esteem I G. Davidson, Cashier. are selling many goods at cost. citizens of this county, may In some ai citiien a power for good and And Please dear Santa, don't forget Classified Column To ''H UP grandpa's sock, small way compensate him for this righteousness throughout all time, R. Mount &. Co. New Livery great work. That a copy of these resolutions l.lvery, I have opened up a new tull is further resolved, that a copy (,e 5ont her family and another copy " 'Cause grandpa sleeps in mother's Huy at the right price Hog Meal, RATES i room, of these resolutions be sent to be snread unon the records of the Dairy Feed, Ground Harley Tankage, Feed and Hitch Stable on the Public Near to the parlor door, Single insertions Ic a word Judge I U Walker nnd nlso publish- - Hoard of Trustees. Oats, Hran, Mill Fred, Fire Hrick, Square in the old Arnold Stable and I,,nv' his "KM by his bed) ed in the Central Hecord. No ad taken for leu than 20c The Lancaster Graded School, Fire Harks, Sewer pipe ,Sand and will be able to take care of your I can accomd lloor. InJ nthe Forest Stapp Hy The Hoard of Trustees Gnrrard Milling Co. hortes at all times. Cement. in this column, No ads In this I modate about 200 head of horses and J. A. Amon Paul H. Hoyd, Supt. column charged. '' "So ' thank you Santa, for the things I j will appreciate your business. V. Gosney W. V. Champ, Secy. Tk.i ...... l... I. ...... ..I.I I........ Seven insertions for the FOR SALE: A few Hurbon Red Committee, i John Smith, Mgr., Making the world safe for For I know you have been to Ijn- Mrs. S. C. Rlgsby, turkeys-.Ijncaiter, Ky. lt..pd. price of five. 3 caster, cy sounds good, but safeguarding the Crab Orchard pike, Post Office, Resolutions. Phone orders mutt be paid 3 Gasoline Stanford, Ky, R. F. D. No. 4. interests of humanity in general And 1 want you to come some more." Blue promptly. ( K. S. It.) The following resolutions on th' wcruM bendealinorepractic.il Amanda Anderson, death of Mis quicker, gives FOR SALE OR RENT: Garage who was a member of John K. Hog Raisers. more power, more miles Good fat nr. Public Square. Possession given Meat hogs for sale. Stormes' Sunday School class, also reAddress It pays to use Moorman's Mineral their president are offered: In L. H. S. ones 12-- St. Kmbry and Henry, j Jnnuary 1st., 1022. Alllo Arnold, and Whereas: It has pleased the AI-- ! Mixture for hogs. We have main- sults. Once a user, alHouse and garden! FOR RKNT: We read with a great deal of pleasColorado Springs, Colo. mighty In His Infinite wisdom to re- - tained its high quality but now nnd two acres of tobacco land. I sell Care of School for the Deaf. ways a booster. from our midst, our much ing It at a lower price than we did ure in our exchanges the Hasket J. H. Woods. (0R-I7L- ) every Hall Schedule of practically and wny back before the war in 101 1. loved and honored president exclusively. ' -- -i v.. .1. - enn Ik -- 1 a ' r .r town around us, and still one of the I am taking subscriptions for all Lost, strayed or stolen from my lluamuuii Dr. I'rentis Wnlkcr. He it resolved that in the passing pound; 1,000 lb. lot at 5 !i cents per j best schools in the State i omitted kinds of magazines. tt. place, a yellow sorrel mare ft yrs. old, the list simply because we have away of thit dear little woman, her! pound. This Is the Moorman's Mrs. Kphrlam Ilrown sound and on the pony order. Findclass will greatly miss the influence ernl Mixture for hogs that the fur-- , no gymnasium for the purKv of Loans, Loans brought about by this little flower,! mers of Boyle, Garrard, Lincoln nnd' playing this good wholesome mid- young er please notify me and receive re- Loans, nice FOR SAI.K: tvfb Joe Ahbrook, for such she was, has left thh earth Mcrcer counties ordered through Mr. winter game. The taucastcr High thorough bred Poland China boars, ward. on Junction City, Ky. to be transplanted In Heaven, to A. M. Klder for many years before School Huilding is highly cnmpllment- - nnd two gilts. Call this office. FARM LANDS mingle with the dear ones of her own he was promoted by the Moorman ed by all traveler and we feel proud . good FOR SAI.K: Two family, who o recently hnve preced- Manufacturing Co. Please be cer- - of this wonderful institution as it Single Comb Dark Ilrown Leghorns, Liberal Calves about two weeks old. tain to look for name Moormnn on would be a credit to a city ninny ed her. exclusively, vigorous winter laying Voris Goode Hubble exchange, He it further Jail Marion times larger than resolved: That n the order you are asked to sign. strain. Early bargains in cockerels, We have more than three hundred The Itecord believes in schools ir this office. copy of these resolutions be sent to Burgin, Ky. if taken at once. Stock carefully customers for me to look after. If and also athletics as a side line, now her family. 1 will be pleased to take your sub- -' selected and guaranteed purebred. 6c I you need Moorman's before Office, Citizens see you! cannot we construct some kind of a Mrs. Geo. It. Koblnson nnd Phone 35 Y. Itrynntsville Exchange. 'call DEXTKIt HALLOU, Stanford, building in which we nuy be nble scriptions for all magazines Miss Mamie Walters Company. Hoyston Mrs, Jno. Naylor, Huena Vista. Ky Mrs. Jas. A. periodicals, I Ky., w Representative for Moorman 'to have a good basket ball team the Miss Hcttie West (tf ) 12 pd.'same as a good football team? Mrs. Albert Ware, Officers.) Manufacturing Co. To The Buying Public. Fancy Christmas Candies t. 1- I- lt-p- To Correct Mistake. one-hal- 'u cent our and 12-8-- J. Stable. j hurd-woo- .... (12-fi-2t- .) f -- Gymnasium Needed Grass Starts 1 -- better general sell-mo- , ... ,. it (12-lfi-2t- .) I . Mln-lfro- 12-1- 5 m 12-8-- (12-8-01- .) milch-cows- ' Appraisements and Moulder Bank 1 Trust t. 12-8-- j I 1 Peoples - To The Tobacco Growers NOT POOLED Tobacco DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. WHO HAVE Warehouse Is Open to Receive Tobacco THEIR TOBACCO WE ARE POSITIVELY GOING TO SELL YOUR AND WE ARE NOW READY TO RECEIVE YOUR AND WE ARE GOING TO SELL YOUR AS WE HAVE PROMISED TO DO, ON TO-BACCO. THE HOME WAREHOUSE IS NOT FOR SALE TO-TOBAC- S TO-BACC- O First Sale Will Take Place Monday, Dec. 19th, at 2 fc Ism Thursday, Dec 15 and Each Day Thereafter BRING YOUR TOBACCO ON IN RIGRT NOW, AS WE ARE OPEN TO RECEIVE IT. Nine o'clock A. M. Two large Warehouses with the same superior facility as in former years. Peoples Tobacco I. M. DUNN, Prcsldeat. Warek'se Co HOME TOBACCO WAREHOUSE CO. INCORPORATED RICHMOND, Incorporated DAN VILLI, KY. KENTUCKY.