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GOOD PRICES FOR POSTMASTER HAYS POOL LEAF SEEN Doesn't Favor Free Village Delivery No Difficulty In MerA special from Washington to the Courier Journal of recent date "Poatmastcr Central Will II. Hay I Association In for a bouncing good time, with member of Congress and the agri"WILL NOT 'DUMP' IT," cultural bloc In particular over hi move to do away with vilage delivery SAYS STONE service. Irrespective of party they arc out PROCEEDING WITH CAUTION. to defeat hii plan and have already initiated a movement to that end. "Wc hU sell the lobcco pledg- The powerful agricultural "bloc" beed to the Hurley ToWco Growers' lieve the. energetic Postmaster Gen-er- a Association as wc will bo forced to run up the white promised the grower we would sell flag on thin proposition. it," Mid James C. Stone, president The real meaning of his recomand general manager of the new mendation did not dawn on many association, when asked yesterday Congressmen until they begin to hear how the association expected to elljfrom haf( h(Jnp Thl. storn, e,.nt,.rs aM Itrc IIIOM vimhks wnicn were umu "We shall not dump this tobac..,, , U)c rfvjco , numb,.r thl.lr co," said Mr. Stone. "We InH-nhoUfW( ,mprovc Blrfrllf nni, olh,.r. to merchandise It, and already wc . p mfft rcl,ulrrrnenU 0f (rtv.ry have received Inquiriea from manu-- l rfvkf -- ,,.,. mffe thoURht of blnR facturers and brokers as to our Ab - lurnpt, tlto "UoUtcd" villages with ity to supply their needs. While nel,her city nor rUMl ,Pi,Vl.r. has - l0Ufhp, the tobacco aireaiiy som ini. Jot f local pride. Moors that over the few foose-lea- f Would H. $13,000,000 Co.t are open has brought comparativeThe village delivery was initiated ly Rood prices, when grades aro conWilson regime sidered, these Mies will not neces-ssril- y In 191.1 soon affer the move dictate the prices that will be took office as an experimental of $100,000 was paid for the pooled tobacco, much and an appropriation is furnished 265 sec of which Is of considerably better made. Now it ond class officers, with 427 carriers quality ' u mr i i .o. .it i n ...i.i. ..n- "Naturally a tremendous amount ni o wmi-cias- s ready earners. of work is necessary In getting Mr, Haya based his plea for .lis-e- r. to handle the crop, of 55.000 grow. taking over of re- - continuance on economy grounds, There Is the - pointing out that If the service were eclvtng plant, working out and third-clas- s offices the of a grading system, extended to all tablishment 3.000,-cred- it be j prospective cot would preparation of proper receiving and forms, engaging of the right "00. "P'e appropriations now run about kind of working personnel, and oth- The salaries erwlsc laklng care of the many de- - $1,500,000 annually. required In the perfecting of of carriers have Increased from IfiOO tall chandising Burley Ex- LANCASTER MAY LOSE OUT. pected By Head Of i4f i 1 Christinas A ALL CHARITIES POOL TO SECURE To Be Endorsed By ALL LEAF FLOORS The Chamber Of Warehouses Valued At Commerce. $5,000,000 The second meeting of the committee on United Charities was held Monday afternoon, December 19th., in Uie office of the Chamber of Com merce. The following were present In be half of their representative organizations: m Forest Stapp, County Judge; II. S. Hudson, Chrm. Red Cross; Mrs. Woman's Club; Mamie Stormes, Christian Hourland) Rev. K. H, Church; Rev. Wm. K. Rlx. Baptist Church; Rev. Price T. Smith, Methodist Church; W. O. Goodloe, Committee, Presbyterian Church; J. A. Bratton. City Marshall; G. B. Swine-broaChrm. Public nffairs of Chamber of Commerce. Resolutions was offered and adopted by the above committee and sub sequently accepted and approved by the directors of the Chamber of Commerce. This committee in the future will report to the secretary of the Chamber of Commerce all contributions nnd names of the re clpient. A list will be issued month ly giving the names of the contribU' tors ami to whom aid was rendered The secretary of the Chamber of Commerce will give a tabulated list of all cases reported, thus eliminat Ing duplications and attempts to im pose upon the hospitality of the community. The members present urg ed that every onebeforc contnbu ting to any strangers who were clth er begging or soliciting insist that these individuals present a card of endorsement from the Chamber of d, Thought To B Acquired By Burley Associa tion This Month, Plan Indicate. Ono tiny in ench year we celebrate the birth of Christ, tlje Prince of Pence. days in the year Three hundred and sixty-fou- r we are prone to Cornet his teachings, sidestep his warnings, and ignore his pleadings. It is the way of the world today. In Mid-Wint- er is Tomorrow it may be different, but tomorrow always yet to come. KG5 sowvTii . MORBIDITY GOOD PROGRAM Kentucky Press Hold Among School Children Meeting Reduced More Than 50 Per Cent. Next Week LEXINGTON All warehouse In the burley belt, valued at more than $5,000,000, will be transferred to the Burley Tobacco Association, Growers' plan announced at the adjournment of the first meeting of the board of directors at Lexington indicated. Four meetings of warehousemen from different sections of Kentucky, and from Indiana and Ohio, will be called tomorrow by Ralph M. Barker, director of warehouses. The first will bo held at Carrollton, December 20th., at which warehousemen from the northwestern section of the burley district and from Indiana will gather to hear the plan which has been tentatively drawn up by the association. Other meetings will be held at Shelbyville, Dev 21st., Maysvill Dec. 22nd., and Lexington, Dec. 23 rd. Last year with no known disense in the local school there were 110 meeting of absent one week. The excuse given The annual the Kentucky Press Association will in most cases was "cold." Many of hold it two day's session In those who were in school were not December 29th. nnd .10th. A in physical conditions to do their splendid program has been arranged regular work. There was no health and a good delegation is expected to supervision this time. mid-wint- THE PLACE. nttend. at 1 -- .V -I . KIo. Towns' Sisa Blamed. necessary for the handling of a bus! "In view of the small sixe of these nes thai will run Into so many mil towns," Mr. Hays said, "and the po- lions of dollars every year. tal conditions present, It Is believed Frooediai With Caution the expenditure of public funds "We realize, too, that we must. that "r i.roceed with caution that no eri- ceived. As a rule, the dwellings in be made, for this I ous mistakes towns of this character are clustered a really big undertaking. It Inaround the business ection, which is volves the interest of the whole within a space of one or burley belt. Hut, with the exercise' connected No patron, therefore, two blocks. of reasonable patience by our mem- ha any considerable distance to I am suru that everything will bers, bulk of We shall travel for his mail, and the work out satisfactorily. the mil is for the business houses, have no difficulty In selling our a few steps of the and, although we are not which are within (tostolTlce. going to demand an exorbitant Some member of practically every figure from the manufacturers, befamily has occasion to visit the bus), cause we desire to be reasonable near the postoffice, one with them In every way, at the ume nes section or moru times daily, and their mall time I feel sure that the prices we inconplace upon the tobacco will be fair can thus be obtained without Mtisfactory to our member- venience or a special trip for that and purpoie. ship." Furthermore, patrons residing far Warehouse Manager Ralph M. Barther from the office who would na ker was In Lexington yesterday on turally receive the greatest benefit hi way to Carrollton, where the in Northern Ken- from delivery service are almost warehousemen of the variably excluded therefrom because tucky and Indiana districts will meet Isrtc of necessary Improve today and be In conference with Mr. of the walks, Cali- nienta, such as sidewalks, cross Barker and Aaron Saplro, of tec, fornia, on the details of taking over street igni, the receiving plant the asocoiation Why needs in those district. Wednesday the warchousmen of Should the Western Kentucky district will meet Messrs. Darker and Saplro at Home. Shelbyville and Thursday they will First Loyalty to home institu confer with warehousemen of the tions makea them more prosperous Eastern Kentucky district and Ohio anil permlta them to expand to bet' at Maysville. Friday morning the tcr take care of your needs and re warehousemen of the Central Ken- quirement. tucky district will meet with them Second Uy trading at home you at the offices of the Association in have more time to make your seLexington. lection and can exchange your W. II. Sowdcr, of Pulaski county nrticles if you so desire without ml was. n caller at the headquarters of ditional expense. the association yesterday, lie was ou can save time, cost Third Interested in the movement mid ask- of transportation, hotel items, a ed about its progress and about I'u- tedious trip and unnecessary worry laski growers Joining for the 1022 nnd concern. and succeeding crop, lie grew; Fourth The home merchant sup 7,000 pound last year nnd said that, ,(orU tho churohes, schools, 1010 he averaged $1,000 an acre ,, charit, am, ,lh taxes sup- for hi crop. Mr. Sowder express port our local government. cd the opinion that it was time the farmer get together nnd approved Mule Buyers. market-in- g the Idea of a The Wilson Livestock Company, association. of Wilson, N. C, are advertising in Brills Waal Loaf this issue that they will huve a repAnother inquiry in regard to the resentative in Lancaster next Monproducer of burley tobacco was re- day, Court Day to ,buy 50 head of ceived yesterday by the association fat mules and n few good horses. from the Hritlsh Kmplre Chamber Thl announcement should bring out of Commerce In the United States, many of the hybrid on that day. which ha office at 120 Broadway, New York, and which I ono of a Wholesalers' Association having purd chain of commercial offices chased at one time 60,000,000 by the British Empire Cham-to- r pounds of prune from the Caliof CoMsatrca In tvery country of fornia growers. fsto world wlta view lo developing Information was sent in answer to the Inquiry to the effect that 90 Ike commerce of Great Britain. Business com lag from Great Brit- per cent of the burley tobacco pro1 ain mi one of the facto tto duced in the hurley district it pledgSet koNsrfjeeH JMMMe AH 4 IMb4 ed to and will to 'sold through tto tar peiees far tto CnlfcHwU Frunt hurley cooperative. Lexlag tea T r,..niitln a. will be In 1013 to $1,200. The program as outlined follows: Thursday, Doc. 29. 1921. 1:00 Called to order by the president, W. L. Dawson, Ky. Invocation Rev. lienjumiu J. Hush, Lancaster People Trade At Pastor 2nd. Presbyterian Church, Lexington, Ky. S. Fitzhugh, Chairman Hesponw Kxecutlve Committee. K. P. A., Wilraore, Ky. "The Country Kdltor's Address Editorial Page." Itobt. J, llreckin-- . ridge, Lexington Herald, Lexington, Ky. Appointment of Committees. Thursday Evening llnniUet at University of Kentucky. Friday. Doc. 30, 1921. 0:30 A. M. Called to order by the president, W. I Dawson. Invocation Hev. Tho. I.. Settle Pastor Church of the Good Shepherd, Lexington, Ky. "Tk Busiaoss End Of A NowsPanor" a. Circulation Warren J. Shonert, The Outlook, Falmouth, Ky. b. Advertising S. M. Snufley, Dally Register, Richmond, Ky. c. Job Printing D. M. Hutton, The Herald, Harrodsburg, Ky. d. Accounting H. 11. Coxine, Shel by News, Shelbyville, Ky. (General Discussion.) Noon Luncheon as Guests of Lex ington Hoard of Commerce. Friday Afternoon, Doc. 30. 1921. 1:30 Called to order by the I'resi dent. Address "Suggestions to Help In crease the Attendance at Meetings of the K. P. A." II. F. Forgey, Daily Independent, Ashland, Ky (Discussion.) Address "Needed Legislation," G 1 This year with supervision the total nbient list has gone only to Nearly half of these guve as 57. their excuse for being absent rain, high waters or some other reason besides illness. All pupils who wer even suspic loned of being any source of dan ger to other pupils were asked to remain at home until all danger wa past and nil those who were not physically nble to do their regular schou work were asked to remain at Rome. This week for the first time since 1st., is the school free from any known cases of communicable disease. The rural and consolidated school too, have had their share of mor bidity. Three pupils have died since the schools began in August and three have been severely afflict' ed. One school with families suffer ing from typhoid fever, pneumonia, "Flu, Scarlet fever nnd Diphtheria, were able to continue with the two teachers and some have nearly all pupils in attendance. Nurses report for the past three months shows an average of 1,308 pupils observed The skin and mucous each month. membranes were carefully observed to detect nny early symjitoms of communicable disease. the results obtained this year have been largely due to the splen (if teachers did and parents. Kach year ns the work is better understood, better results should be obtained. Oct. Chamber Of Commerce Have Good Meeting. The Chamber of Commerce at the regular meeting held nt their headquarters last Monday night was woll attended and much business was transacted. The Associated Charities was ills cussed and approved of by the Hoard, that Is that all Churches, nnd Organizations of the City unite and have one organization to take care of the charity of the City and County Several of the merchants volun teered to decorate the square for the Christmas season. They are now at work and are making the great white, way a thing of beauty nnd will add much to the Christmas cheer and spirit of the City. The Officers of the Chamber of Commerce were "at Home" to the newly elected City Administration, doughnuts and colfee were served after which Mayor elect Champ and the Councilmen all made a short speech, thanking the Chamber of Commerce for their pledge and tup. port to them during their Administration, which will start at the first of the new year. II. SenlT, This Sentinel-DemocraMt. Sterling. Ky.. (Discussion.) t, Report of Committees. Evening Theatre Party as Guest of Hoard of Commerce. American Legion The local Post of tho American Legion are making a great progress for their Christmas llanquet to be held during the holiday season when they will have Department Commander Kmmett O'Neul here to make the speech of the evening. This post is rapidly coming to the front and should bo encouraged over the pro gres they have made this fur. At tho last meeting of the post it was decided to make a donation to the Community Welfare Organiza tion that will care for the children who will not have any Santa Claus on Christmas. W sii-ie-I- n Some Hog Mr. estab-lUfce- the BriUsti Hiram Land, who is speci alizing in the Big Type Poland China hog, killed one a few days ago that Go to the Brown Store for all was 300 days old and weighed 370 pound. A good record, we call It. kind of fruits, candle and everyMr. Land i advertising one of hie thing good to eat for Xmat. See choice boar In this issue of the our line of dry good and Shoes. We wish you a Merry Xma and Record, lead it. a Happy New Year. Bastard's Otothk Flear U ssado la It. The Brown Cash Store. a , sa4leM sloaa asW fraaa tto taest el 'wtoai. Try a sasa laday. We Bat your diaaeri Court Day at dohWor la tow a. Hadssa a Faraws. Tto Brawn Boarding House It The last day, the board of directors will hold Its second meeting to approve the terms negotiated by Mr. Barker for the transfer of the warehouses to the Association. Under the tentative plan adopted yesterday, Kentucky will be divided Into four warehouse districts, fn each of which a subsidiary corporation to handle and store tobacco belonging to the association. Kach subsidiary will be under cross contract with the association to handle the tobacco of the association at cost, and in return, the Commerce. association agree to pay all costs The Chamber of Commerce now of operation, Including purchasing has a committee whose purpose it is payments. to determine the merits of this afDirectors of each tubsidary will fair because experience has rcpeot- - bo independent of the association, edly demonstrated the fact that pro in order to comply with rulings by fessional beggars and schemers un banks and government credit agenworthy of support nre submitted cies. daily to the public and the sympathe tic nnd generous citizens are prey ed upon by this unscrupulous class Is that element of food, that of people. .gives life, vigor and strength to the human body, extracted by the delicate organs of the digestive system. Pure bread Speech. contains unbleached wheat pound more vitamine per Those who were fortunate enough than any food obtainable. to be present at the C. of C. meet Glen Lily Flour Is the only one ing last Monday night felt on leav made and sold in Central Kentucky ing that they were more than well that is not bleached or adulterated paiil for their time by hearing the with phosphates. Read on the bag, Executive Secretary of the Board if bleached the vitamine or food in his talk on the Community House. value has been destroyed by elecThe Record has through Its columns trically bleaching, if phosphate is told the people how we' need a used it is adulterated. gymnasium for the school and this Use Glen Lily the pure rich was outlined in Mr. Abbott's talk wheat flour, made by Garrard Millon the above mentioned date. At ing Company. (1st. tf.) the next meeting wc would be glad to hear from any of the members how Buys we might be able to have this Com ency. munity House and incidentally a Mr. Joe F. Price of this city has gymnasium. recently bought of Mr. Ja. A. Beaz-le- y his fire insurance business and will go to writing polices on Monday morning, Jan. 1st, 1922. Mr. most The "Wonder Team" from Centre Price is one of Lancaster' College at Danville left one day last promising and prominent young men. week for San Diego, Calif., where It is needless for us to say that he they will on Monday next, play the will make a success of his now understrong team from the University of taking. Mr. Beazley represented twelve Although this is a long Arizona. trip for any Kentucky team to take of the best insurance companies to Mrs. Clara Prayther to play n game of foot ball, never be found. thelcss, that "Wonder Eleven" rep will stay In the office for Mr. Price. resenting old Kentucky and Centre College has a right to take a trip ucross the "Atlantic" If they care to do so and if "Uncle Charley" will The Winter Term of the Court of suggest It. Appeal opens on Monday, Jan. 2nd., 1022, with 220 civil 22 Leaves. criminal cases on thecases and Of Cheer docket. Mr. George Svvinebroad, one of the these none are from Garrard Counmost popular Centre College students, ty. announced this week that he will nor Thu copy for the printed dockets return to Centre nfter the holidays, has been delivered to tho printer and but will go in business with his fath attorneys should receive their copies er, Col. G. H. Swinebroad, the wide within tho next few days ly known real estate man of Lancas Roy B. Speck, Clerk of the Court, ter. George has been the cheer lead will be glad to put on his mailing list er of the college for two seasons and the name of any attorney who has will be greatly missed in the com not been receiving a copy of tho munity, as well as at the college. He docket. Mr. Speck makes no charge Is a live wire, and will be sure to for this service. succeed in business. He has the best Danwishes of all Danville people. Good ville Messenger. The unpooled tobacco is being sold over the loose-lefloor of the Banks Will Be People's Tobacco Warehouse at DanClosed Monday. ville and the Home Tobacco WareChristmas this year fall on Sun- house at Richmond and good sales day and thu banks of the county will are reported from each of these places. The price being realized bo closed on the following Monday, are making the grower very happy, Anyone having business with any of who have pooled their these institutions will attend to same both those crops as well as these outside the on Saturday or wait until Tuesday. pool. The averages arc running Take your raaala at The Brown from $26 to $34 esch day and several Boarding House, Lexington 8L hundred thousand pound have gene 1.) (1 over the floors with few rejections. Vitamine Secretary Abott't Out Ag Insurance Centre Foot Ball Team Plays Monday. Winter Term Court Of Appeals. Leader Averages af The Central Record, Lancanter Ky. Thursday, Dec 22, 1921. American Legion Newt BIG BUYER WILL A nation wide scheme for the sale TAKE POOL LEAF of articles made by sick and wound ed soldiers through their own stores has been proposed to the American Legion Auxiliary by Mrs. Clarence It. Kdwanls, Itoston, Mas.., wife of the commander of the 26th. Division, A. K. F. The plan will be discussed at n meeting of Auxiliary executives In Indianapolis January lKth., llth., and 20th. In the plan, the handiwork of the disabled would be sold In principal town and cities In stores established and operated along lines of women's exchonges. Women dependents of the disabled also would there dispose of their home products. The plnn would make the disabled self supporting and not patronised by charity, its backers declare. American Kducation Week will be observed nnnually, with programs similar to those of December 4th. to 10th., according to the Americanism commission of the American Legion. The commission, with the National Kducation Association, directed the Initial movement. Roused over the report of relatives that a. soldier's body tins been cheap casket that so jammed Into it was with difficulty removed for proper burial, the American Legion of New Jersey is making a thorough investigation of such practices. A hero yeiterday broke and job less today, SgL Carl Naef, who made YOU CAN AFFORD to miss NOT No Discrimination Against Burley Cooperative Associ ation Is Intended I Says Letter Of Liggett A Mrrs To Vie Chairman Stone. J JnaBaflBMSaSiai OUR HOLIDAY SALE OF HIGHEST QUALITY VIKO ALUMINUM That It has been and is now the policy of Liggett & Myers Tobacco ReiMWr WARE Saturday, Dec 24th, at Two o'clock This shipment will include roasters, pcrculntors, 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 ten-kettle- s, money. Goodloe Walker Bros KY. LANCASTER, Blue Grass Show Holds Interest Of The Poultrymen. Lexington, Ky., With inquiries and entries being received from many Kentucky formers and poultrymen as well as from those in other states, indications arc that the llrst annual winter poultry show to be held here Dec. 27th. to 31st., un der the auspices of the Bluo Grass Poultry Association will be an out standing success, according to A. S Chnpin, poultry extension specialist of the College of Agriculture and president of the association. Many of the details and arrangements for the show have been completed, ac cording to the announcement. Judge announced for the show in n catalog recently mailed to interest ed poultrymen incude W. Clayton Thomason, Georgetown; Lcn Rowns- ey, Louisville; A. W. Haller, Louis Miss Louiie Scott, of Hickman, Amnrlf,.iti 1 niinn lutllit. Thi. vilte and J. It. Smith, extension spe spent Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Ing financed exclusively through ihz cialist in poultry from the college. Elisha Scott. nwc ui inuuicii'ai uurius i mat now Ballard's Obelisk Flour Is mad in under construction at South Pasa-- ! The building, which is a tpotlrts clean mill from the fined dena, Calif. We to be of the bungalow type, will of wheat. Try a sack today. deliver in town. Hudson A Famau. ' stand in American Legion Park, n public park of South Pasadena. Mr. and Mrs. John Hicks and fam- liar-rodsbun, sensational but unsuccessful attempt to capture Grovcr Ilergdoll, draft evader, in Germany, has been taken AN EMMY TO 00 HCALTM In charge by the American Legion of Good health has no greater enemy New York. His only assets upon rethan constipation. Foley Cathartic turning from Germany consisted of Tablets are mild but sure In action. They banish bilicusntss, bloating, bad a police dog. breath, coated tongue, sick headache, our stomach and other ills caused by A resolution endorsing llanford indigestion. Take one tonight and you MacNider, national commander of morning. will feel better in the the American Legion, has been: Stormes Drug Store adopted by the Des Moines, In.,. Trades and Labor Assembly. "Ha BUENA VISTA has always been fair to the purposes (Delayed) that organized labor stands for, and congratula-- ' we convey our hearty Mrs. Sam Sechrest is reported ill tions to the Legion for securing him this writing. at as commander," the resolution reads. Mr. Clarence Ruble was In Monday. More than 3,000 veterans of the Wilson was in Lancaster World War now suffering from tu Mr. Faul berculosis, are without proper care Saturday on business. or iioipiiauinuon in me siuie oi .ev Mr. Ray Wilson Is suffering with York, according to William F. Dee-gaan attack of appendicitis. commander of the New York Mrs.Delitha Kvans, of Burgin, was Department of the American Legion, a recent guest of her daughter, Mrs. who has just completed a survey' through Legion posts of the state. Clarence Ruble. Company to obtain its requirements of leaf tobacco by purchasing "through any and all organized agencies or leaf dealers, without favor ami without discrimination," Is the declaration made in a letter from Vice President II. A. Walker, of the committee on temporary operation M of the Hurley Tobacco Growers Co operative Association. Buy your Xmas gifts at eur store. Mr. Walker declares that he not Gifts that come from our store will be appreonly sees no reason for antagonism ciated, because we have only the choicest things, between the buyer and purchaser, made by real artists. hand, there apbut "on the other Are you sure that you are not forgetting anypears every reason why there should one's Xmas gift? be mutal confidence and so long as honest, straightWe have gifts that will please the little folks as well ns grown-up- s. forward methods arc pursued ami every buyer is given an equal opporCome in today. You will find many beautiful tunity and receives just and fair things for your Xmas tree. treatment. Come to US for it. Mr. Walker's letter in full follows: "New York, Nov. 30, HUM. "Mr, James C. Stone, "Chairman Committee on Operations, be mutal confidence and "Hurley Tobacco Growers' so long as honest, straightforative Association, ward methds arc pursued ami ever)' "Lexington, Kentucky. say "Say!" buyer is given an equal opportunity Don't "Dear Mr. Stone: Don't say "Seel" "Since the organization of our and receives jut and fair treatment. Don't say "Listen!" company it has been, and is now, our There will be no discrimination And don't say "Gee 1" fixed policy to purchase our require- against your association on the part Don't whiten your face through any of our buyers, and we shall give ments of leaf tobacco In the public gaze; and all organized agencies or leaf careful consideration to any and all Don't polish your nails dealers, in conformity to the customs proposals which you may desire to In the public ways. of the trade, without favor and with- submit to us." Don't speak so much "Yours very truly, out discrimination, ns to the method About "him and "his," "Liggett & Myers Tobacco Co., or the time of sale, and we know of Don't say so often, "lly H. A. Walker, Vice Pres." no valid reason to change this policy , "I'll say It Is." "It goes without saying that the' And don't display producer or the owner of a commod-Such a length of limb, ity has a right to sell it In such I Don't dress on the street manner and at such time a he may. As if going to swim. : I I I me ui'siry, nu .1... tuujrr nns equal riKnia, And don't chew gum; only does thure seem no and not And then I'll think reasons for antagonism or lack of The Millemum's come. between seller and buyC0UGHS.COLDS.CRDUP DENNIS A. McCARTV er, but, on the other hand, there aplloiton, Mat. pears every reason why there should Stormes Drug Store raiSfOUIt store. mm-- (fSsEaSn Gifts tTom I DRUG I I McRoberts Drug Store r. Don'ts For Girls. ( 1 " H0NEY6TAR lri Z&Z&Z&23F Useful ft s Christmas x J McROBERTS DRUG STORE. It's no wonder masculine styles in dress seldom change. We pay the bills. Hut little feminine sympathy is wasted on old bachelors these days. The young ones absorb it all. lly spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. There is not one jobless Preston, of Durgin. man in Louisiana, the American LegMiss Henrietta Mayes has return ion Employment Hureau of that state ed to her home at Lexington after a hAvini fnuttil wnrlc fnr ivirv vitr. short visit with friends and relatives, an seeking employment. of this place. Maple Leaf Post of the American Mr. Elisha Scott and Mr. Willard Legion at Seattle, Wash., composed Rrown went to Lexington Friday, of "liritlsh Tommies," has officially where they will make n short visit ) ntIoitf.t MacNider, national comman- dcr of the Legion, into the circle of with their friends. "jolly fine chaps.". Mr. MacNider recently visited the post heudtpjar-ter- a and shook hands with 300 sf7ni ivji mm Wool Socks. Cotton Socks Handkerchiefs Ties, Etc. ALU- Xmas Gifts i SUITABLE FOR JOIN THE RUSH AND REDUCE THE COST OF HOLIDAY HAPPINESS. A Everybody wonderful Display of Holiday Gifts for Everybody, priced to meet the Economical Demands of the day. We hnvo a nice lot of Ware-Choi- ce U. S. army tanks of the type that waddled over the Hindenburg lino and who fought on the line have combined In Duluth, Minn., to furnish Christmas trees for children of the city. Thu American Legion is supplying jobless men to do the cutting. Tanks and l:l trucks haul them to a central location V." where the Legion is selling them, the proceeds going toward n merry Christmas for the unemployed and their dependents. POCKET KNIVES, WATCHES, ALARM CLOCKS, i 1 '0 Aluminum 55 39, 49,99 Toysof All Kinds. Employment projects ranging from land reclamation schemes to the working of n gold mine In Missouri have been submitted to the Amerl can Legion's national unemployment council. Milton D. Campbell, Cln cinnati, 0 has been appointed chair man of the council which will meet . . .1 a .. I a na in January ai mo El tional headquarters, Indianapolis, to 'ill . draft remedial measures for the win. tcr Religious factions In American posts have been severely condemned by llanford MacNider, Iowa, national commander of thu or ganization. Speaking nt Portland, Ore, Mr. MacNider declared that re llglon 'Ts between a man his God,' and that person who brings religious I differences Into Legion uctivitles "Is (not worthy of membership." "This country was founded because of religious Intolerance in others," the Legion said. "The Protestant, Catholic or Jew who endeavors to force relgloue issues should be effectively squelched." Legion MINUM WARE. OLD TIME WOOL SOCKS LIKE GRANDMA USED TO MAKE, $1.00 PER PAIR. COTTON SOCKS, FINE QUALITY, 25 CENTS PER PAIR. LADIES' HANDKERCHIEFS 10, 15 and 25 CENTS EACH. HANDKERCHIEFS IN FANCY BOXES, 25, 50 and 75cU. 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 Candies, Apples, Oranges, H SPECIAL PRICE ON AUTO TIRES 30 x U 'A Vico Tread $10.00 x 3M. Goodyear Diamond Tread 30 $14.75 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. SANDERS VARIETY CASH STORE Nw Location Buy your Tiro and Tuba Lexington Becker & Ballard MT ANTS VILLI, KENTUCKY. Strut. at tka Rad Front. 8 tHttmmmmmmmmmmvMmmi: Th Central Record, Lancaster. Ky. Thursday, Dae 22. 1921 ritpU It Nmm Tm GmJ for Wkom thej Boot c SALE OF LAND GARRARD CIRCUIT COUKT Hank of HrynnUvlllr, et al, VS. A. BUCKEYE Mr. W. E. Whittaker was In Nicho. laivllle Saturday, Mr, and Mrs. Hugh Kurtz spent Saturday in Richmond. Messrs. Hay Noel and Ollie llogle were In Richmond last week. Lima, Sand, Portland Cement, Rock and Rrick. Hudson A Farnau. Mr, Jim Locker Is very ill with heart trouble at his home near Teat-ersvill- Are always tho most enthuttastlc concerning the excellence of our DRY CLEANING AND REMODELING DEPARTMENTS We have one of the tnoit efficient In the country. Furs transformed Into the mode very quickly. Men'a ami womcn'i garments altered In any wav ile red. We dye fur iklm ami remodel them In any way. W laHor make mid'i or Isdies' We pay 12.80 railroad far on ov suit ordered Iran ary custem-mad- e us. Send good parcel pott. Wo have no attend. Plaintiffs, ult. IM.M up. Laletl style. THE TEA5DALE CO. 62M27 WALNUT STREET CINCINNATI, OHIO. CORRECT ENGLISH HOW TO USE IT JOSEPHINE TURCK BAKER, Editor A Monthly Magazine $2.80 PER YEAR Send 10 Cent for Sample Copy to Correct English Publishing Co. EVANSTON, ILLINOIS. rMr.ct.'!d A bUhop to make Willarda shouldn't would be wantt to know If we are Peggy Joyce or France Hut that of our girls. worry him. Either kind mire of breaking Into print. HATFIELD DENTIST Office over The Garrard Bank. rkoo.ee OsTIca S. Residence 370. KENTUCKY. LANCASTER. J.J.Byrne Exclvslvi. Defendants. '.. linker, ct al, Pursuant to n Judgment rendered at the November Term, 1021. the undersigned Commissioner will sell at nuhlic auction to tho highest and best bidder at the Court House door in .ancaitcr, hy at 11 o'clock, A. M.. or thereabouts, on MONDAY, DF.CEMHER 20th.. 1021, the real estate mentioned In the pleadings anil described as follows: Three iracia oi iani in uarrnru County. Ky.. containing IHU acres and bounded as follows: Tract No. 1: Heginnlng at n stone In the center of the I,cxfngton ami Ijincmtrr pike, S. 41 drgrrrs, Ka.t 30 rods and 10 links to a stone; the N. E. corner of the church house lot; thence N. 88 degrees, 4tt rods to a stone on the upper side of the road; thence 2H West 14 rods to a stone in the center of the nike: thence .N 24, E. 10 rods to n stone with the center of the nike: thence N. 8 de grees, Knit 20 rods to a utone In the middle or the pike; thence .N. IZV, W. 12 rods to a stone In the middle of the pike; thence N. .15, K. 13 roils to the beginning, containing 13 acres by survey. Tract N. 2: Hounded on the Kast by tract No. 1. on the South by II. II. Campbell, on the West by the Lancaster. Nlcholniville and Danville Turnpike ami containing about one. hair acre, more or less. Tract No, 3: Hceinninc at n stone In the renter of the aforesaid turn nike: thence S. r,2. E. 48 rod and 9 links to a locust post and corner to .Martin urogie; tnrnce t.. v links to a locust Dost and corner to Martin Hrogle; thence E. 9 rods and 7 links to the center of the County Iload; thence with thu County road N. 0, E. K rods to a stone in the County road; thence continuing with the County road, X. 44, W. .13 rods to a stone, thence N. 84, W. 10 poles to a stone In the pike; thence with the pike S 84, V, tl rods and 8 links to the beginning, containing 4i acres. The purpose of said Kile Is to satisfy three notes of $833.33 each, due by defendants to plain tilts herein, with interest at 0 per rent per annum from Jan. 1, 1920, until paid, together with the cot of this action. -3 ONLY A FEW Qhristmas Goods HURRY! HURRY! HURRY! DAYS UNTIL CHRISTMAS e. Mr. and Mrs. Heather Hay and family visited relatives in Mndlson county Sunday. was a Hev. Price, of Louiville, guest of Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Price from Saturday until Monday. Mr. Forrest Noel, who has been ill suven.1 days was in Richmond Saturday and Sunday to consult Dr. Gibson. Mr. and Mm. Mai Carter and family were In Nicholasvlllc Saturday at the bedside of their nunt, Mrs. Jane Walker. Mr.- Hranson Locker sold his home Mr. and lot to Mr. Hilly Cotton. and Mrs. lacker will occupy the houM vacated by Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Noel. Mrs. Flora Ixing and daughter, Miss Frnncis and Miss Alice Wolf, of Nicholnsville, returned home Sun. day after a visit with Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Long. Hev. Price's text Sunday A. M. Hebrews 13:8. Sunday evening Luke We have suitable presents for everybody Everything possible for Holliday Gifts. TOYS CUT GLASS CLOCKS SILVER WARE GLASS WARE CHINA WARE ALUMINUM WARE MANICURE TOYS BICYCLES The quartette, "A Christmas 2:7. Carol, was rendered Sunduy evening by Hev. J. F. Price. Mr. Dewey Price, Mrs. Nora Tenter and Miss Ethel Ray. Mrs. H. W. Sanders entertained quite a number of the young people on Tuelny afternoon from three to live o'clock, in honor of her daughLucille, the occasion being ter, Ml TRICYCLES ROCKING HORSES KIDDIE CARS IRISH MAILS SMALL AUTOS AND FLIVERS WAGONS GUNS CUTLERY Optimitritt KENTUCKY. DANVILLE, Opposite Gilcher Hotel. Office Hours 8 la 12 and I TKKMS lo S J. A. Beozlev MINERAL DIRECTOR Office Over National ltank. iRoildanca fkone S. Office I'hone t LANCASTER KY. 27 Or. CaH, Print.. Walker VCTEftNMftm Answered Pranallf Day a Niakl. Phone 317. KKN TUCKY I AhCA.STE jtwwim&co. UWItVUtl, WvakMpaM KY, raflBYaHaaTatai Raw Firs Fall Planting. OF ALL KINDS OF HARDY TREES, SHRUBS, HEDGE, GRAPE VINES, ROSES, EVERPERENNIALS, GREENS, ETC. ia recommended in our cata log. Price list and iruido is FREE to every one interested in Rood nursery stock. No agents. SONS H. F. H1LLENMEYER Lexington, Ky. Attention Hunters Positively no fox hunting or hunt-o-f any character or treapaaalng on our farms. Any violators will be prosecuted. W. 8. Erobry. W. A. Price, T. J. Pries, Ed and N. B. Pries, Fisher Herring, Crlt Meadows, Ansel Meadows, John Collier, J. S. Schooler, Jos CrUcillii, J. M. Crlscillla, Robert gpeake, George Conn, Jim Conn, Henry Arnold, Marion Johnson, W. Tom Conn, J. M. K. Whltaker, Meadows, W. T. King, John Rich. Sam Rich, J. C. Conn and J. F. Adams, R. L .Arnold, Mrs Victoria Anderson, Q. T. Ballard, Sr., E. L. Woods, 1. L. Kelley, Doaoaa Bros., R. u. Xing, T. L. Yantis, Mrs. an ma Higglnbotkam, J. M. Fanra, J. W. Hill, George Broaddus, Logan HwkUe, Cyrua Dally. (Other aaatsa will be ados uvea coats.) Ike paymset of tl The sale will be made on a credit of six and twelve months, and the Curchaier will be required to execute approved security for the price, payahle to W. rurcnaio Mnster Commissioner, due II. In six and twelve months respectively, GUY. with Interest at six per rent from date until paid, having the force and Sunday Mr. Harry D Hice spt-n- t effect of a judgment upon which execution may issue, anil a lien will in Iexington. be retained upon the land until the Mr. Tom Want was a visitor In purchase money Is paid. Richmond Thursday. W. II. Urown, M. C. G. C. C. Mrs. V. T. Sutton was n recent O. C. Walker, Atfy. for Plffs. visitor in Danville. CapU Am. Bourne, Auctioneer. Mrs. James Yantis was the guest Mrs. Miley Ueazley. Now we arc told that the next war Tuesday of Mrs. Henry Yater spent Sunday will be waged against soldiers and civilians alike, and that the husband with Mr. and Mrs, John Yater of Jud-soin the trenches will be safer than the "The Beaxleys" moved the past wife in the kitchen. That ought to stimulate masculine patriotism when week to Mr. Lish Forbes' property in McCreary. the storm breaks. Mrs. C. R. Henry and son, James Milton, were Sunday visitors of Mrs. COMMLSSHMR'S J. L. Yantis. Our school was dismissed on Dec. SALE OF LAND 1 5th, for Xmas. Will open again on Jan. 2nd., 1922. Mr. ami .Mrs. l,co. Urown were GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT Thursday evening visitors of Mr. and Plaintiff, Mrs. Wm. Walker. L. Burton, It. VS. Defendants Mrs. Carrie Davidson, of Lancaster James N. l.ocker. ct al, Pursuant to a Judgment rendered at was the guest Tuesday night of Mr. thu November Term, 1921. the Mrs. W. T. Sutton. Commissioner will sell at and Mevlamcs Holnian Hrown and Hill public auction to the highest and best bidder at the Court House door in Green and Miss Merriman were shopLancaster, Ky., at 11 o'cock, A. !. pers In Danville Friday. or thereabouts, on Mr. James Yantis spent Sunday In MONDAY, DECEMBER 20th., 1921, the real estate mentioned in the Lancaster with his sister, Mrs. W. J. pleadinga and described as follows: Romans and Mr. Romans. In Garrard County, Kentucky: BeMiss F.va Merriman and Mrs. Wm. ginning in a branch, comer of lot 2 Green are. spending the Christmas and 3, with No. 2 up a hollow, N. 20, E. 4 chains, N. 32, E. 3 chains, holidays with their home folks. N. 44, r. 3.7o chains, N. 39, K. 0.17 Mr. and Mrs. Tom Yantis were chains to a stone on Southsido of a dinner guests Tuesday of Mr. and pnssway In line with said lot, with same, N. 80 H. W. 29.09 chains, S. Mrs. Theodore Currey, of tancastcr. 74 Vj chains, J'. 44 links corner to Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Graham and lit- Hobcrt Broadus, with same S. 1U, W. Saturday visitors of Mr. C.f7 chains to a box elder on bank of tlo son were hollow: thence a new line and with and Mrs. Milton Simpson of l.ancni-ter- . general course of fence, S 83, K. 100 chain. S. 09, E. 2.21 chains to Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Merida had for a black walnut, S. 01. E. .1.47 chains to n walnut. S. 44. E. 3 chains to a their Sunday guests Mr. and Mrs. mulberry tree, S. 05 E. chains John Osborn and Miss Leu Anna Os- K. a.40 chains born. to a rock fence, b. to u point in stone fence, 8. 57 Mrs. Zclla Donaldson of Richmond E. 2.00 chains. S. 77, E. 1.59 chains to the beginning .containing 29.22 was the guest tho past week of Mr. acres. Harry D. Hfce and Mr. and Mrs. W. The purpose of said sate Is to T. Sutton. satisfy a Hen note of .1,704.60, with Lust Monday Mesdames John Os interest at six per cent per annum from Jan. I, 1920, until paid, due the born and Wm. Barnes and Miss Lee pllf. herein; together with the cost of Anna Osborn spent the day with Mr, this action. and Mrs. J. P. Foley. TEHMS Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Dailey moved The sale will be made on a credit of alx and twelve months, and the last week from the Kavanaugh farm purchaser will be required to executo to Danville, where they will make bonds with approved security for the purchase price, payable to W. H. their future homo. Hrown. Master Commissioner, duo in Mr. and Mrs. Milton Ward, Mr. six and twelve months respectively, Tom Ward, Mrs. C. R. Henry' and with interest at six per cent from two children and Mrs. James Yantis date until paid, having the fores and effect of a Judgment upon which were shoppers In Danville recently. execution may issue, and a Hen will Mr. and Mrs. Miley Beailey and be retained upon the land until the daughter, Joosphlae Gordsn, were moasy is paid. purchase W. H. Brown, M. C. G. C. C. visitors Wednesday evening of Mr. and Mrs. Mlltoa Ward and Mrs. C. O. C. Walker. Att'y. for Phfa. R. Hoary. Capt Am, Bourns, AucUoaosr. n n. 3-3-- 4, her twelth birthday. The color scheme of red and green was carried out very effectively, both In decoraThe table tions and refreshments. wnt artistically decoratvd, in the center was the birthday cake lighted with twelve candles. The favors were little Santa Clause. There present and after were forty-seves;ending n delightful evening all left wishing Lucille many more happy birthdays. SETS JEWELRY PYREX WARE VICTROLAS TOILET SETS KITCHEN CABINETS IS TIME CHRISTMAS YOU MUST NOT HERE. WAIT TO COME IN OUR STORE TO SEE OUR LINE AND BUY YOUR CHRISTMAS GOODS. WE ARE PREPARED TO GIVE SERVICE WITH COURTEOUS TREATMENT, AND ARE WAITING FOR YOUR VISIT. ELECTRIC HEATERS OIL HEATERS Haselden Bros WHEN EVERY MOVE HURTS Annual Tobacco Crop Of 500,000,000 Pounds Is Heavy Drain On Soils Lame every morning, achy and stiff sll day, worse when It's damp or Careful Use of Stalks chUljr? Suspect your kidneys and Necessary. try the remedy your neighbors use. Ask your neighbor Approximately Lexington, Ky., Mrs. Geo. Carpenter, Stanford says: "About ten $0,000,000 worth of plant food is Tike, removed from Kentucky farms when years ago Doan's Kidney Pills cured the 500,000,000 pounds of tobacco, nn of a severe caso of kidney trouble. My hands and feet were so which the State produces as an aver swollen at times I couldn't put my age annual crop, Is placed on the shoes on or handle anything, either. market, according to It. E. Stephen-so- I bad awful pains In my hips and specialist ut the College of across the rmalt of my back. Sharp This Is probably one reason stinging pains would dart through for the exhausted soils and low aver- my sldo and up through my spine, age crop yields in many sections of that felt like needles piercing me. the State. Further destruction of Mornings I felt tired and languid. I no energy was all run down the State's soil fertility without con to do anything. Iand had - Doan's read howsiderable expense for commercial Kidney Pills had cured pooplo of fertilizers can be prevented largely such trouble, so 1 started taking by careful use of the tobacco stalks them. I took several boxes of Doan's which should be scattered over the and they cured mo and the cure baa been permanent." fields, the specialist declares. 60r. at all dealers, roster-Mllbur"The average yield of tobacco in Co, Mfrs.. Buffalo, il Y. Kentucky, which Is about 800 pounds an acre, contains $0.10 worth of nitrogen, $3.20 worth of potassium and Home abut 25 cents worth of phosphrous. The marketable leaf, thereof, reFrom Over moves nearly $10 worth of plant food from each acre of soil. From Carroll county fanners are confour to Ave tons of farm manure tinuing their efforts to eliminate the scrub breeding animals from Docks would bo required to replace plant food removed from nn acre of and herds of tho county, a report crop. from County Agent G. C. Routt noil by an average tobacco Eight additional farmers More than this amount would be re states. quired if tho stalks were not return- were recently enrolled In the better sires-betted. stock movement. They "In many cnies, tho average far- will use nothing but purebred animals mer either fails to spread the stalks in all their breeding work. on the fields or they arc spread too thickly with the result that there Is Members of the Chapel Hill commuch waste of plant food, particu- munity club of Crittenden county, larly nitrogen. In order to get the with County Agent most from them, they should be used John It. Spencer, intend to devote at the rate of not more than 000 to considerable attention during the coming winter to improving their 1,000 pounda an acre. "With tho stalks from one acre dairy herds. Three members of the containing plant food worth about club will keep records on their cows $3,70, the total value of the stalks to demonstrate how the low producproduced In the State reaches a value ers and boarders can be eliminated. of more than $1,800,000 or an the value amount equal to one-haIn order to bring out the Important of fertilizers purchased in one year factors in feeding beef cattle in that by Kentucky farmers., Careful use section of the State, four Jefferson n, e. Agri-culturn KENTUCKY LEAF CROP Takes Off Fertility Worth Six Millions of these stalks, which are already on the farm, to eliminate the necessity of purchasing commercial fertilizer, which must be brought to the farm, i worthy of consideration from every farmer in the State." county farmers who arc with County Agent F. E. Merriman and the extension division of the College of Agriculture will conduct demonstrations on this phase of farming during the coming winter. The work will be carried on by John Lannert, Edward C. Tyler, J. W. Pope and Hen Williams. Hopkins county farmers arc giving Increased attention to the protection of their fields during the winter with the result that many fields were planted with cover crops during the pust fall, a report from County Agent Morris M. Gordon states. Hye was one of the principal crops used for this purpose, local merchants and seed dealers reporting a 27 per cent increase In the sale of rye seed over that of the previous year. . . i Threlkcld, a Crittenden county farmer has started a demonstration on his home orchard which is expected to answer many Important questions In regard to the management of similar orchards in the county, according to a report of He County Agent J. R. Spencer. will with County Agent Spencer in spraying, pruning and caring for the orchard by approved Lyman methods. Thu alleged statement of Victor J. Miller, president of the pollcu commissioners of St. Louis., Mo., that 70 per cent of tho present day criminals Farm And Newt Kentucky men, has caused tho are American Legion of St. Louis to request his dismissal from office. MAN'S BEST AGE A man la aa old aa to organ; ho can bo aa vigorous oad boakhy at 71 aa at 35 if ha aids hloorpMia porfonning their function. Kaop your vital orpna healthy witk GOLD MEDAL Taa wuld'a standard rtmrdy for klJnsp, lf tivsr, blsiUsr aud uilc scld Ucukssa since 1696; corrects Uordis suVnuUtas sisas. vital organs. Ml tlruggUt. LA U tk mum Cull I Jl u fee rrty ;; M-- ' ta Thm Central Rcordr Lancattei , Ky.. Thursday eLsMMftss4" Dc 22, 02 1 1 25Jil a9ft strong through adhering to the wisdom of our forefathers. Yet it is possible that our duty to civilization requires that we forsake that policy and formulate nnother more adaptable to the disturbed conditions of the world today. Five years from now we will be in a better position to pass judgment upon the wisdom or the folly of our new departure. r recital of tlx-The Can Miss Robinson department, under the ductlono From old Bill Shakeepheare to Scott, Mrs. Noland, wo given Saturd. Who wrote this and why and what, afternoon, Dee. 17th., in which i An.l just which is "badly rot," members took part. Ask Mis Robinson. RacltaL Due to the Inclemency of the We should never say "wr can't," weather, wc did not have a very To Miss Robinson, large nudiencr, however, the pro For she'd make u try or faint, gram wns thoroughly enjoyed by alt Would Miss Robinson; Christmas waa observed at th' And no matter what our site, Wednesday morning Chapel PeriO' She lets us think wc were so wise, H!SZ i: Rev. Hudson spoke on "The Spirit o Now we know it wss dlgule. Christmas." Several Christmas Carols Grand Miss Robinson. were sung. Tho our parts lead many ways, The Christmas Spirit From Miss Robinson, (By Knye King, '22) Wc shall ne'er forget the days Little Mary Tribble lived in With Miss Robinson. makes cooking two small house nestling !ctween Let me tell you 'prep' a lot, large Morehouse. The house was That you don't know what .you've cooked over bare and cold. She lived here with got. her father and two little brothers What'll school be when there's not the wife happy-one n cripple. The only work that A MISS ROBINSON? little Mary could do was to deliver you us husband. Call papers. Miss Judith James Daniels spent Margaret Lavardin lived in last week-enin Stanford. them. beautiful marble home on Fourth Miss Ruth Taylor was In Danville Ave., and knew no want or care until Friday. she quarreled with Robert Colbert. Mia Knye King spent Saturday It had been only a slight quarrel and Sunday with Miss Margaret to Neal, of Danvillle. but neither one seemed want to make the first step toward We are very glad to have several making up. of our nlumni and home pupils with "Live Live lie had called one night and on us, Miss Mamie Stapp, Mix Ruby the return from tho Opera, the Oantlnrau, Mr, Karl Swope, Mr. J recogniied the Babe an their nilcr. 3 IE conversation turned to Xma and R. Haseldrn and Mr. Mnrrs Swine- The wise men of today know that the spirit thereof. Margaret asked broad have been visitors this week the gift He mwt deserves and dewhy he never did any char Robert Kveryone had n good time at the sires in a fully surrendered will. house, and perform the ninny ity work and he had replied that High School party last Friday night The Attend all the services of thin Church part was left for the girls who had given by A. C. Sanders, S. D. CochChristmas Sunday, but as you conic (...d Weakly. I1.M Yw. other duties that make home nothing to do. This offended Mar ran and Claud Gastineau. consider how much of yourself you life worth living. Payable ( And garet as she did quite a lot of char You Can't Always bring at an offering to the Savior. Today it is generally the ity work. (We don't know whcth J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. You can always tell a Senior, he II. S. Hudson. 3. L .ELKIN. Local Editor and Mr. mother who docs the cooking, er she did this because of her de so sedately dressed. sire to help someone of whether she Is your liver out of order? and washes the dishes, and asI)i YeW can nlway tell u Junior by News has been recelred, since the you suffer from biliousness, headentered at the Pott Office in Lan sumes the other burdens of did it only for n fad.) th r way he swells his chest. announcement of lat Sunday, that aches, constipation? If so, Tanlsc After leaving Margaret Mail caster, Ky,, as Second-Clas- s You can always tell a Freshman drudgery while daughter keeps that night, n ltebert treadedhome Old Santa Clsus" will -- xnve at Is what you need. his Matter. her bloom fresh and her finger way through the many vehicles, he by his timid looks and such ihn lititch liv miffi nt triri7vsVlnsV Stormes' Drug Store. You can always) tell a Sophtimore,, , It. hl.nril nails shining. saw n little child before him. He I Ra anion Adrtii fAMERICAN PRESS ASSOCIATION . I but you cannot tell him much. ,, THE Urt ,. t Generally, but not always. knew that it was impossible to nvoid News. J Laugh and Llo. Christmas Tree there for the rhfl- hitting her and scringed with terSanity has not departed A Christmas program will be giv why,dren of the Sunday School anil noli- "Claud, large enr jarred and Robinson: Miss ror. The Ltscuter, Ky., Decesfer 22, 1921 liiln't Geo. D. come to school to-- J lied us that he would be there with- - en by the Sunday School scholars stopped. out fail Of course he will be on on Satunlay evening at seven o'clock, Robert jumped out and picked lay?" The world is torn, and bleed up the little still form. He looked Claud: "He tore his trouvrs." . time and all the children should be to which all parents and friends are Jtatas For Political AanosmcsaseaU. Mist Hobinon; "He ought to there to see him drive up in his car, cordially invited. at her arm full of paper ami saw a Koc Precinct and City Offices.. $6.00 ing, and desolate, and civilizaThe service on Sunday will be 10.00 tion disintegrates. For County Offices is the little paper pinned on her coat. He ave come anyway, we have a sew- - for he is coming to see them andl in keeping That with the spirit of Christ- Ing club up here that could have help to make them happy. decided to take her to the addrc For State and Diitrlct Offices.. 15.00 work of man. I given and again started through the fixed them." The services of Sunday, both ma- - Topic for the evening service .10 For Calls, per line Christmas bells ring merrily, crowd. be "The Unexpected Guest." "Now children." said Mi Robin- -' morning and evening will be Chrit-iFor Cards, per line .10 The church extends to all the and their chimes sound sweetOn a little side street ho found the son, "you are to write a composi mas programs, consisting of special In the later For all publications music and short sermons. The er heartiest greetings, with the prayer ly, and their message is a call little house and carried the child tion one responsibility." est of individuals or expres-sio- n in. A little cripped boy was sitting This is what William Daniel wrote: mon subject at 1 1 A. M. will be that Christ may be the invited guest of individual views, per to a purer and better life. by the fire when they came in, he "Boys have got two buttoifs to "God's Wonderful Christmas Gift." in every home. 10 line That is the work of God. Wm. K. Rlx, Pastor. turned around and on seeing Robert their suspenders to hold their pants The evening sermon will be devoted Obituaries, per Una .01 . , God and man are far apart, with Mary in his arms he screamed up and when one button comes off to a brief consideration of the call unite I k W. f n...M..J knl ..I but the road to a closer symRobert quieted the little boy and there's n lot of responsibility on the of the Near Kast, subject, ! "The vertising alone could not have , of Compassion," at wh ch time1 pathy and understanding con- laid Mary on the bed. In a minute other button." As Sees duced Tsnlac s popularity. .It had a doctor came and soon brought ice," asked an offering will be received for the to have "When water becomes tains no obstacle that cannot Stormca Drug Store. merit. Mary back to life. The public has had an op- be moved aside or overcome. She hid not Miss Sanders, "What is the great starving Armenians. (It.) The Wise men of long ago brought been hurt very badly and was very change that takes place?" portunity to digest the happy to be back home with her "The greatest change," said Walk- their richest gifts when they camef Kot your dinner Court Dav at to form an alliance between Respect for our judiciary is brother. to worship the infant Christ. They (The Brown Boarding House. " It. Robert decided to stay er, "is the change in price." the United States, England, tnot entirely a thing of the past. until her father came in. France and Japan sentiment is T)n his first trial of a case nf. In a few minutes the door open considerably divided on the ter beinjf discharged from the ed very, very quietly. Robert turn subject. overseas army a young attor- - ed and saw Margaret Levanlm. He so The action of the American ncy ar08ef face(, the jU(lgef wasdo surprised he knew not what to but Just stood there. delegates to mo arms comer- hrourhr. his ritrht him,! in She was as much surprised as he, ence, apparently with the sanc- a military salute. but she entered the room and laid tion of the administration, has The court survived this in- a large bundle on the bed. Then not been received with any stinctive mnrk of respect, but she went to Robert and said to him, great degree of enthusiasm, the story does ifot state wheth "Robert, will you please forgive me, I did not mean what I said." nor has there been any parti er the young lawyer won his He looked at her and said, "Marga. cular outcry against it. Sus- case or not. ret, there is nothing for me to for pended judgment might better give ,lt i for you to do. On my LADIES' BRACELET WATCHES, twenty year gold filled, solid gold in W way home I struck this child nd cF odd designs as well as all regular styles. Prices range from $18.00 to $75.00. describe the situation, with the In the home of plenty there critical eye of the public wait- will bo rest and contentment thenmcbrought her home. This helpto realize that your plan of ed ing to view later results. as the Christmas bells chime. helping people should be followed by Our traditional policy has In the hovel of wretchedness myself as well as everyone else." been against the formation of there will be only longing for There in the little hut of Joseph We are pleased to state that in spite of the great advance in WATCHES m Tribble they hnd both gotten the W we succeeded in securing a large shipment of the very best grades at prices entangling foreign alliances, the things that are not. Xma spirit by helping others just jjK that will be very interesting. and we have grown great and The hand of the hovel will as any one will do. THE GREAT mld-yta- In Kagllah LitmMte sfce's gTHd, Is Miss Robinson. Piano She ran quote to best the band, Majestic I Range a pleasure, drives away half food, makes a big investment for the and let tell about I FEUITS, n &I I mill V Askrt sIsJhIsI M worrying I AND NUTS I d CONN BEOS. and Let I Currey & GuUey. Folk.' 351 BE Centra Record At. Christmas Observance At The Presbyterian Saturday Afternoon Sunday. ,.,.. Baptist Church ' ..... .. . The Editor It. pro-Spi- rit ; ,,. Wonderful Display of fruitful J GIFTS GENTLEMEN'S WATCHES PARISIAN IVORY be outstretched. Will the one Dad. in the realm of plenty be withHe may wear a last year's hat, Ins drawn? finger nails may need manicuring; his vest mny hang a little loose anil They should meet. If we are to follow the teachings of the good book and love our neighbors as ourselves this Christmas married men should take care that no good looking ones are included. Man, in his own opinion, mighty and dominates the 1021 is earth. In reality he is but a Somebody get n little thing that exists only thru sufferance of the Creator. True, .the eyes of the world are In time man will acquire wis- centered upon Washington, but wo dom and will come to realize suspect they are beginning to uche. his own insignificance and TKHMS Itoom and Hoard as compared to the ABLE. One who sees and knows so The Brown Boarding House, Lexington St. much. 12.U2.3t. Divinity knows all things. When rich man Humanity knows but a few. thing elsea fashionablecannot find any. enough to pay -cy If you are feeing badly, put your trouble away by taking Tnnlac. is Stormes' Drug Store. It. RKA-SO- N his pants may bag at the knees; his face may show sign's of a seconil day's growth, ami the tin dinner bucket he carries may be full of dents and doughnuts; but don't you call him "the old man." He's your father. For years and years he has been hustling around to gut things together. Never once has he failed to do the right thing by you. He thinks you are the greatest boy on earth, bar none, even though you plaster your hair back, wear smart clothes, smoke cigarettes and fail to bring home a cent. Ho in the man who won the love and life partner- -' ship of the greatest woman on ' earth your mother. He U "some" man and not "the old man." If you win as good n wife as ho did, you will have to go some, boy I Let Us Kamamber. If you think you're very dense Ask Miss Robinson. It is the GIFT of GIFTS useful, beautiful and dainty. Indeed it is more than a gift. It is a life long remembrance that will bring gladness into her heart every morning and evening for many years to come. A large assortment of individual pieces. Sec our beautiful Toilet and Manicure Hots. W sfl M. PEARL NECKLACES IN THE MOST BEAUTIFUL PATERNS. INSPECTION CORDIALLY INVITED. s$ DIAMONDS, DIAMONDS That We have never before had such a wonderful display of Diamonds. a Diamond came from Kahn's is positive assurance that it is a stone of real genuine merit. Hvcry diamond sold with a positive guarautcu as to quality, perfection and cutting. The prices we also warrcnt to be less than elsewhere consistent with the quality of the goods that we carry. We buy all our diamonds for spot cash and sell them to you in the same manner. That's why we can sell them for .. g m jk jj il less. Solid Gold Knives for gentlemen, Gentlemen's Scarf Pins, Cameo Hrooches for ladies; Chains, Cun Buttons, Gorham Silver and Cut Glass in profusion. B When our mothers were young" ladies they helped their mothers cook the meals, and wash the dishes, and clean, he can always fall back on alimony. And you want to havo some sense liooinson. ask We take issue with a brother edi- Just who sank the Spanish Maine, tor who suggests that people do not If Columbus sailed from Spain. need to be expensively dressed. The And who followed In his train, law forbids nudity. Ask Miss Robinson. v. " '. J X m EL " Gikkr HaUl BuiMmg DANVILLE'S LEADING JEWELER DANVILLE, KY. H sEsEsAHslsN" I 5 sKsCfcNsP'iJarli'sisS Th Central Record. Lancastai . Ky., Thursday, Dac 22 92 1 1 A Cooper Merry Christmas FOR SUGGESTIONS PRACTICAL $30.00 PRESENTS FOR Cuff-Links MEN. Wool and Silk Hosiery, Silk Ties and Reefers, Phoenix CoaU and Sweaters, Grinnell's Guaranteed Gloves, and Munsing; Velour and Cloth Hats. Underwear. $35.00 PERFECTION CLOTHES FOR BOYS $15.00 $7.50 $10.00 MARX-MADTROUSERS FOR MEN $7.50 $5.00 $3.50 $25.00 E ADLER'S "COLLEGIAN" CLOTHES "FRAT" SUITS AND OVERCOATS Traveling Bags and Suit Cases, and Canes and Umbrellas, Pins. Pajamas and Night Robes. Columbia Tailored Caps. Sport Jackets for Men. Exclusive Agents for Curlecs Famous Guaranteed Serges $30.00 ANDERSON BROTHERS LANCASTER, JUNUfil LANCASTER'S BIG STORE FOR MEN AND BOYS. KENTUCKY. Hurry for the Bargains 9 a WELL XMAS WEEK IS HERENOW FOR Mm. V. A. Lear and daun Rev anil Mr. E. II. ilourlaml have I been guest of Mr. ami Mr. H. F. MIm Nancy Thonin, will spend the' Christmas season with Mr. and Mrs.' Nortleet In Harrodsburg. J Mac Wilkin, at Shelby, N. C. I .Mr. G. 11. Rose anil Mis Mnmic Mr."and Mrs. M. J. Tenter and son, were in Italian!, of Bryantsville, I Lancaster Friday evening. II. J., Jr., of New; Castle, Pa., are' visiting their parents, Mr. and Mr. Mrs. V. A. Fnrnnii ha i Mende Toater, on Lexington street lter, Mr. from a visit to her Danville. Hudson, in , llanki Mr. K. W. Morrow. Mrs. F. II. Marksbury, Mrs. Joe Walker, Mr. Mm. '.. T. Illce, of Ulchmoml, and Mr. John Cill Klnnaird have' ha been a recent visitor l? her been recent visitors in Lexington. mother, Mr. Carrie Davidson. Mr. James A. Uoyston, of "Hill Mn, O. U. Terrill, of Ulchmoml, Court," has been quite, ill this week Va in spending several week with but hit many friends arc glml to Mrs. Jack her parent, Mr. ami know he t some better at this writ- -, Ail a m. I HAVE YOU ANY TICKETS ON THE HANDSOME GIFTS WE ARE GIVING AWAY If not Come in and Pay Your Account or Make a One Dollar Purchase. FRANCIS-SMIT- H tt him i Miss Alhe llrown, who ha many friends who will congratulate little here where upon winning his charming bride. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Phillips, of friend and relatives daughter, Iteka, of llryiintsville, are Corbin, will spend the Christmas she was reared, writes the Record The best wishes of many go out to guest of her mother, Mr. S. I). holiday with Mrs. Phillip's parent, the following them for a genial life of mnny year Cochran. of unalloyed happiness. "Enclosed find check for l.BO Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Ynntis, on th subscription for the coming year. MIm Mae Powell, teacher at Ah. Uuckeye road. Williams-Ra- y I don't get half as much for any I laml, Ky., is with her grand-parentMr. James Tinder, who has been $1,50 I spend os 1 do from this. 1). Powell.for rMr. ami Mr. C. ORANGES FEK DOZEN 25cts. What will come as quite a surpriso in business In Birmingham, is ex1 have bought n $10,000.00 homc Christmas. will be many his Chocolate Candy 15c lb. Mixed Candy 15c lb B I Mr. Anna Hubble and daughter. pected for a visit to Mr. sister, Mrs. at 51,1(12 Sherwood, but will not to somarriage ofoftheir friends Williams Miss Sue Ilobinson take possession until next May. the and lie Mr. Harry Ray, which was .Matt!e Mae, will spend the yule tide during Christmas. I have a bis assortment of Fruits, Candy, Nuts Will advise when I move so you can to in Danville thi morning at with her father. Mr. Anderson, at make change in address. I don't Mis Georgia Dunn wilt come from I Hcdgeville. Price Satisfaction Combined With Store Sntlsfactkm my old ten o'clock, Rev. M. A. Hart, of Field this want to miss nn issue of the Christian F.ndeavor the Christian church of that city Mrs. Charle Hardin, of Harrods- week to spend th! holidays with her home paper. I officiating. May the New Year bring you E burg. has been spending a few days brother, Mr. J. - Dunn mid Mr. This is the culmination of several health and prosperity." her hushami, Dunn at Huena Vista. in Lancaster with months courtship, the contrnct-in- if Judge Hardin. , parties being exceedingly popuha acMis Maude Carpenter lar in thi city and in the county Henry-Wils- on. cepted u position in the exchange Mrs. J. C. Huliinson, Mr. George as well. Miss Williams came to Lanmade vacant by the resignation of Mis Mary May Walker attended i Hoblnson and Miss Minnie Mae Wilma caster about two years ago from The marriage of Mis Lexington Mis Sue William, who was marRobinson were visitors in the danre in Danville last Friday. Henry to Mr. Frank Wilson was London, Ky., and has since that ried to Mr. Harry Uay today. the past week. solemnized at Lexington Tuesday be time filled the position a toll opcr- Prof. Paul Uoyd lias gone to The members of the Dramatic fore a few Intimate friends who had ator at the telephone exchange quite MIm Nellie Noland, a student at LellchTielri to spend the holidays with State, Lexington, is with her moth- Club gave Mr. Burton Stapp a mis- been let into the secret of this happy- efficiently. his family. er, Mrs. Mae Hughe Noland, for the cellaneous shower Thursday evening courtship. Mis Henry is the oldest Every subscriber of the telephone Miss Mary, Owsley I at home Christina vacation. at the home of Mrs. Mary Logan on daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Henry is a friend of Miss Williums and her A BHsf Milli. at Mm Coninjlt sae DanvTlIe avenue. Mrs. Stapp is u from TrtfTylvanla, I.exlngton, for (Ms tif TImm Wt An MmiUd In. gentle voice will be missMrs. W. W. Carter and little member of the club. The affair was and is one of the most attractive and sweet and Chriftmas. m popuar youlUf aties n thtf COUnty, ed by phone user throughout thu daughter, Nancy Goodloe Carter, of n ueiigntiui one. j Slu, j, n tcCi,nt Braduate of the Lan- county. Mr. Karl ope, of Centre College. Somerset, are guests of her father, ' nA ha bcin The groom is the son of Mr. and Mis Frnnkie KaunTman, was a visi- - Danville, is at home for the holl- - Mr. W. O. Goodloe. The Woman's Club will not hold .... t I - : ... 11 T.. ... I a meeting thi Thursday afternoon, tenching in the county since her Mrs. E. II. Ray of this county; a da seaon. Mrs. Harold Oldham and little but next Thursday, Dec. 20th., a . graduation, having taught at the splendid younir man; full of energy Mis liuth Host, of 1'atnt Lick, wa Mr. n. Y. Willis, of Kicholasville, daughter, will be! musical tiroL-raof Richmond, will be iriven in Cartersville school until a few days and well worthy rt the young la'dy the guest of Mis Heten Gullcy Sun. ha. been tin- - guest of Mr. George guest of her mother. Mrs. Clayton phnri?1, of whose heart and hand he has won. Cnnton riastin. ehair. before her marriage, day. Swinelmiad. Mr. and Mrs. Ray will go to houseArnold, during the holidays. Mr. Wilson is a son of Mr. and ,hl, musIc ,e,artmt.nt. All ( of are requested to be pres. Mrs. George Wilson, who live near keeping nt once on the groom's farm Mrs. W. J. Wilson and MIm Joan Mr. J. N. Denny and daughters, Mar-- ! member Misses Thclnia Hamilton and Kirksville, the groom at present be- In this county upon their return from Mount were visitors iu Danville Sat- Mrs. Walker, were visitors in Dan- tha Ward Sweeney, students at Hain-oning in business at Hazard, Ky., where a short bridal tour. urday. ville Satunlay. ilton College. Lexington, are with Mr. and Mrs. Kirby Teater enter-the- they will make their future home. Every good wish from their hunparents, for the holidays. Mined at their home near Iluckcye He is an exemplary young Mr. Klisha Carrier is at home from man, dreds of friends go out to them for Miss Carrie Uelle Romans is at , last Sunday In honor of Mr. unit popular, energetic and has many a long and happy life together. Vaniferbllt, Nashville, Tenn., for the home from Stanford for the ChristMrs. O, Connor llrown will give Mr. M. J. Teater, of New Castle. holidays. mas vacation. a luncheon December .list., in honMargaret Pa., the guests being: Mr. and Mrs. daughter, Mi Mrs. Albert Ware and Mr. J. T. .Mr. W. R. Cook and Miss Mar-gar- or of her Harris Teater, Mis Prayther and Louisville Pot. Halnoy wcrr In Danville shopping Cook, of Danville, visited Mrs. llnrret llrown. Misses Leila Teater and Minnie llayi Saturday. K. - Owsley Monday. Mis Marilee Lear, who tcsrlies in Teater. Versailles, -- till arrive Wednesday) A t.njoyab!e dance was giv., Mrs. W. F. Champ, Mis Katie Mi Mary Mno Walker, Mrs, J. linililjiv u iln hr , . . niir. Barnes Dlckrrson and Mis. Mildred E. Klmore and Mr. George Swine ii, titnl th hriilnv i'V'1'iilni- - at he Sander ents, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Lvur. Ilenxley urn in Danville lat avenue by the i home on uanvuie broad were visitors in lexlngton See the gorgeous and artistic display of- dainty yf young men of There Monday. Mrs. William Walsh, who hat been eatables. were about twenty couples present.) the guest of her daughter, Mrs. HarNew York, Florida ry Tomlinson and Mr. Tomlinson, The chnpnrones were : Miss Stella Lnwson,1 has returned to her home In llellevue, Sanders, Mrs. Sallie Horn and California SaniMr. anil Mr, llurton Stapp. , Ky. tary, Wholesome and Mrs. J .11. Kintminl entertained MiM Elizabeth Wnlker. of Pnt Appetizing FRUITS. Friday with a dinner party at her Lick, who has jmt returned fr.n home on Maplo avenue. Several ' college in thu V.utt, was here f course menu were served. The LOWNEYS, ihe dance Isit night. Danville Mesi- - guests were Mrs. Martha Price Fris-- jl NUNNELLYS, j onger. hie, Mrs. E. l Owsley, Hev. and DOLLIE VARDIN, Mr. R. E. Mcltoberts will Join h.s Mrs. E. II. Ilourlaml, Rev. and Mrs. Ij AND MAVIS wife nt Norfolk, Va., where he will Harry Hudson, Mr. and Mrs. John with Gill Klnnaird. spend the Christmas holiduy delicate afci most delicious candies, made last W his daughter, Mrs. lluckner Spindle Friday evening about thirty mem night, fit for the Angels, a sweetheart-make- r and rj and Mr. Spindle. ber of the Eastern Stars of liar pleasant memories will linger with a cheeriahed heart. m Mr. and Mr. Charles C. Adams, of rodsburg Chapter were visitors of We are ready for Santa Clsus We can and Richmond, Va., were called hem the Lancaster Eastern Star Chap BEAUTIFUL DECORATED BASKETS, NOW j$ will save you money. last week on account of the illness ter and had charge of the initiation READY, FILLED, AWAIT YOUR INSPECTION. was of Mr. Jack Adams. They return of ten members. Thu work ORANGES 25cla PER DOZEN Watch where the crowd gees in and the sack- - ktf beautifully done and greatly appre ed to their home Tuesday night. ages come out I ciated by thu ltncaiter Chapter. THAT IS Mrs. A. RrKlcc, of Parksburg, Alter the work a social hour was reception W. Va., and Mrs. J. M. Staughton held. The was room of Covington, are guests of their decorated In Christmas) bells, holly nm polnsettas. mother, Mrs. II. A. U. Marksbury. wreaths and irtc PhMIc Sqiare. lAtit 206. Dr. Staughton will come later In the pickles and coffee were Mr. Ituwell llrown ami 1 9 I 5 P - 9 B1TG-L- I I- Gossip About People - , H m 1, ir et I- " i .... PURITAN Is Town Tall - CAR LOAD OF FRUITS, CANDY and Nuts ft ft Piae Scott & Ruble Sand-witche- s, THE sn iajisifi PURITAN I 5 week. rv4. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thuraua. Dec 22 1921 THEY WERE CROOKED NOW THEY ARE STRAIGHT tnklnjr them to worn My Shoe Heels were bo . saWi Farmers Realize Value Of Manure The Test of True Love Capital WO, Br FREDERICK CLARKE. that 1 crooked and Sole ao could not wenr them nny longer. After MANLEY& WILSONShoe Hospital mid leaving them for one as new. Better Feeding And Care Will Make Fall Piu Pay. Better feeding and housing of fall pigs after weaning time are suggest- ed by animal husbandrymen nt the College of Agriculture at two meant whereby the raising of the fall litter may be made profltabe on more Ken- tucky farm. Liberal feeding of tankage, skim milk or buttermilk at this time of the year makes nn excel- lent substitute for the beneficial el- fects of green pastures while the are in which the animal housed should be dry, although they Commissioner's Sale. Pursuant cuit Court. thu case of v. M. II. to judgment, Gnrrard CirNovember term, 1021, in C. I Currens, ct als riffs, Johnson, et als Defts., I acres, being particularly described in the judgment pleadings of said cause to which reference is made. ments, C per cent interest from data of sale, bond with good security to be given, lien retained; purchaser to assume taxes due in Fall of 1922. Full possession Jan. 1st., 1922, subject to the right of tenant to uso one tobacco barn until his tobacco is removed not later than May 1st., 1922. Amount to be raised including costs. $9,109.25. This Dec. 13, 1921. W. II. Drown, Master Commissioner Garrard Circuit Court. Capt. Am. Dourne, Auct. TERMS Six and twelve months, equal pay- will on FRIDAY. DECEMBER 30th., 1921, at 'J:.t0 I. M., in front of the Court IIou5f Door in Lancaster, Ky., sell at public auction the tract of land in Carranl County, Ky., on Dix Rlv-c- r, near Huena Vista, containing 120 Ilcallzlng that farm manure con tains much valuable lnnt foot! ml Kentucky fnrmers i organic mnttcr, are giving increnvd at- i this year trillion to Iti conservation nnd care- ful use, according to It. K. Stephen-ton- , a member of the soils ami crop department of the College of Acri-- ' day, they came back Rood culture. Many farmer are realizing that the manure produced on their fnrni ft tti.. rhennit snllrro of lilnnt 'noil which they have ami n a result mmmmmmmmmm the material in being hauled and need not be warm. A wet, chilled spread frequently or stored proper-pi- g I never a profitable producer ofjly Instead of being left In the barn-porthe specialist say. yard, where it Is exposed to weather One ration which has given good i conditions that leach out the plant result at the college farm in fall food. pig feeding I composed of fit) pounds' "Experiment and experience of 0f corn, fit) pounds of middlings and different farmers show that several 10 pounds of tankage. Another ucd ' factors determine the method In successfully Is made up of 10 parts' which manure should be used," Mr. of corn and one of tankage. Fifty Stephenson said. "On heavy soil, pounds of corn, fit) pounds of ship- - better results usually are obtained stuff and 10 pounds of tankage also'vhcn the manure Is plowed under makes a good ration while eight parts oecnune it can be mixed better with of com nnd one part of soybean the soil in this way and the decay )of It will tend to open up noils which may be used for a fourth. hach year, many pigs die from .have a compact texture. pneumonia contracted by their "The coarser the material, the ing in wet houses where they are more advisable It is to turn It under exposed to draughts, the specialists rather than to top dress with it. say. This can be prevented by be Coarse, strawy manure, if not plowing sure that the roof to the 'house ed under in the fall, gives best reIs made water-proo- f and that no sults when turned under early in the witter Is allowed to run Into the house spring to allow time for mixing nnd from the outside ground. The floor compacting the soil and manure. of the house may be raised by throw-- 1 We hare found that fine manure ing the dirt inside when ditching' give better rciults for top dressing. around the outside of the house to , "On poor land, It is best to use carry the water away. part of the manure for top dressing' clover and grass rather than to ;ip- Thv Christmas spirit is a Christian ply nil of it to the corn land. Topi spirit in which everyone should parti- -' dressing at least the poorest parts of j cipate. the field should help to get n good' j stand of clover or grajs and elimi-- 1 Keep your trouble to yourself for! nate some of the difficulty which a few days. Your friend want to Kentucky farmers arc having in proenjoy a pleasant Christmas. ducing clover crops." ; sleep-quarter i ioi;rlhi. till. W.irn I .Nwipr Unix HMtr Rail 4 aar cant paM aa tSma pstilt. Call ana a us. J. J. Walker, President. t. dv Til Milts. Initio with jou, IMck 'said rank Kitjles m his friend IK. hard Talbot, ami started nwny with Ini r door At the from Mis' tier of tin' litiK'k lie stopped nnd wrung til friend's lininl violently. "I ttmuratiiliite Jim. old man." be said nnrmly "I think jour Amove l une nf the llnest girl I've eer met and I mid Jul suited to jou. your married life Mill he one long ilirntn of mrndlw.M Titllxit did not reply, and his friend, mortified by Ids eohlnofts nrcom-piihl-him In silence. Tulhol wn thinking Utterly of Ids folly Ids ale solute folly. It miis too late tu withdraw with honor now. The wedding was only one mouth nwny. And during the pnM two weeks he hud none In realize that he had made the mistake of his mo. lie huil thought i:i.o IjuhIIs all that il eoiild n lii nuy woman until tin til lie had in.t Kdlth Spinner. ; Honor for I hi i to him to hut the pressure of their hands when they mot III il t Imxe lie! ni) ill them to each other. They hud met three times only mid In vn lienil hut heels In line with Killth. He thought over Ids future that nleht. He t'outd not withdraw-- . He roo up after a sleepless nlclit, resolved to the Klle the cl.nuoo to reconsider. It was not until right oilis k Hint i'entug that ho found himpresence. self In Their greeting wus comiiionplncr enoUKh; The handshake, the U.s, Hint en that sevlned M'rfuuctvry. Talbot at down. Itlchanl," mill hi. fining. looking at htm curiously, "do jou luou you hate been ncllnc In a very ihJ mau-ne- r lntel 1" How Is triutr he slalimiereil. "Von hatru't seenusl to line mo us luuch in Jou lliii to." she Mmuiiiereil. "I hate hetu thinking . Itlchanl. ihm'l Jou eiiv for tiler" . momeiit later and she wns on her knees nt his side, her arms around hliu, uerplnt'. J. U (till, Assistant Cashier. W. F. Champ, W. O. Itlgnej', Ass't. to the President. I. (2. Davidson, Cashier. W. F. Miller, Assistant Cashier. Mrs. Naomi Hamilton, Teller. ti. l't CITIZENS NATIONAL LANCASTER. KY. BANK. -- Corner Public Square ami Canville Street. (le-ln- sM-nk- The II. V. P. IJ put on o fine program Sunday evening. Walker Kdward Hallard caled on his "hot Walker Calico was group leader. girl" Sunday afternoon. The school teacher and children Mr, and Mrs. James Sparks were are busy practicing for the Xmas visitnr in llerea Sunday. entertainment to be given Dec. Mrs. Jitr (arrrtt has moved into 'J3rd. Mr. and Mr. S. It. Foley and the home recently vacated hy Pal familj', of Hacjctey, and Mr. and Hallard. (irover Hotkin and familj, of Mrs. C. C. llounshell and baby were llerea, sp'ent the day with Robt. the guesu of Mr, and Mrs. M. (J. Hutchins .Sunday. Hotklns Sunday. County Agent Spcnce wu a visiattending Several from here are the revival at the First llaptiit tor at the school Wednesday, and reorganized the Junior Agricultural church at llerea. club. The club has 21 members. Her. Wilie Rogers filled his regu i The following officers were elected: llaptiit! Win. lar appointment at the Hotkin. Pres., Joe Wilder, Vice church Sunday and Sunday night. I Pre Lillian Hutchins, Mr. and Mrs. John Kidd, of Con. In the year 1021 the club won four way were the gueit of Mr. and Mrs. county championships and several A. J. Kidd for the week-end- . prises also at fairs. ert-Tre- a. WALLACETON T Special Invitation to Young People This bank tends to every young man or woman In this community a special Invitation to become a savings depositor. Only by careful and syitemutic saving may you hope to acquire the funds necessary to eventually branch out in business for your self. No great amount Is necessary to open an account. You can do so on any sum from one dollar up. You can add to this account from time to time in any sum you desire, no matter how .small it may be. How long is it since you kissed j From lack of care which wc could your wife? Give her a good one the'"av' exercised if properly informed, Kentucky soil have been so d- eday before ond sec what a swell dln-ju- r tu mi" jui'll'i. m lu must-- ii ner you get on Christmas tivate at least three acres in order If we are to follow the teachings to secure the same amount of proof the good book and love our neigh duce that should be secured from two bors as ourselves this Christmas mar-- , acre. T. It. Bryant, Ass't. Director ried men should be careful to avoid! I thu good looking ones. of Agriculture Peoples "You won't loe me when I toM )Oi something," she subbed. "Tell me and see," mill lie. He could think of midline hetter to iij. "I have been Ulitiuo to Jou." she soMied. "I don't menu that UUjhoUy No. liut-- -) else. simple Mild noble, ItlrLiinl. jou ure jou would neer unilerstnnd. Well, lr-- 1 had lieeu uomlorlitg whether our murrlntce was going to he huppy. It had to seem so onllnarj', r lote. And then I met u man Just two weeks heo, He fuorliiuted me and hiiiI I loveil him more than you, dearI've--kis- sed T.lslel" eiilslmeil Itlihanl, "I I line jou" lne THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. S. C. DENNY, C.sKier. Cepfioi $50,000. Honor Roll Bonk Surplus $50ooo. est." Itl.liiiril snt up very straight. This was n turning of the tallies with n VetiKeance. Tobacco Warehouse DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. "We never tohl mill other," she went mi. weeping hlttrrly. "I felt that we oucht not to he married until jou knew nnd I didn't dare to tell jou until today." "Why today linjulrnl Itlchnnl kindly. "Itevause he la umrrleU now," Mhhr! Klsle. "He got murrletl yesterday. And he had heen encaged to her for a whole jear Just think of that? He had Just heen tllrtlng with me nnd I fooling me. And then a sudden revulsion came oer,uie nnd I knew thnt It wns you I had loveil alt the time. Itlchanl, chii you ever forgive me or shnll t give you hnek jour HukI" "Who wui the 1111111)" Inquired lltcti-anconscious of an odd sense of helpless Jealousy, "Nobody you know, Ulrlinnl." she "So It wouldn't do jou any aliswen-d- . giMid to tell you his name. Hut I'll tell you whom be umrrliil. 1 helleve you met her once. It wan u Miss Spin- r The Poultry Standard zation Idea Spreading Southward Poultry standardization work as being carried on In Kentucky under the direction of the extension div. sion of the College of Agriculture I gradually spreading to other South ern States, three counties in Alabama being the latest ones to consider the plan, according to . S. Crispin, poultry extension specialist of the col. lege. Miss Ilennle Frank King, home demonstration agent at Tuscum- bla, Ala., under whose direction "he will be conducted, recently work completed a visit to Simpson, Warren anil Darren counties where she studied the methods being used in thes counties to place purebred White Plymouth Hocks on every farm. Ac cording to Miss King, steps will be taken to start similar work in the three counties surrounding Wayne County Farmers Go After Scrub Siret In an effort to rid tht county of scrub sires, farmers In Wayne county, with County Agent II. J. Hayes and local farmers' organizations have net about to dispose of the lust one before Feb. 4th., 19l!2, according to a recent report from tho county. The movement was started at a recent meeting when n resolution was adopted endorsing the better-slre- a stock campaign and urging farmer to dispose of their scrubs. A committee has been appointed to work with County Agent Hayes In carrying on the drive. ner." Is Open to Sell Tobacco and are having Daily Sales AND GOOD AVERAGES "IJdlth .Spinner!" he shouted, "Yea, lUchanl. Shu U sulil to he a dreadful tllrt. Why, what Is the mutter)" "Come here, Klsle," said Hlclmnl. "Do you know I have been fancjlng myself In lote with Kdltli)" "You, Itlchnnl? Since we were Why, how ilnrnl jou)" "How dared you)" he retorted. "I didn't I" she. cried. "It wus purely I Just feared that wo Imnxliiatlou. mightn't he ipilte sultiil to each other "You never kissed her, Dick)" "Never I" he said, looking her In the eyes, and then suddenly he drew her her. uMn bis knve and "Klsle, darling, shall we start over lid" Thut'n uhat I did." SovnilrVSysmt Royal Palm Lv. Ar. Ar. Ar. Ar. Chattanooga . 3:40P.M. . 8:40P.M. Atlanta . 'CT.) . E.T.) . 12:20 A.M. Macon JackMoviHo 7:MA.M. . Putlnisa Sleeping Cars aad Coaches to JscksonviHo. Dining Cars Hrrviog All Meals. Lexington Florida 9i20A.M. Lv. D.nvill Ar. Ar. Ar. Ar. CksMWMoga , Florida Three Through Trains Daily Atlanta Macon klii Ohio Special 3:88 A.M. . . 11:30 A.M. JackMnvW. Pullnun Slrrniuc Cars and Cosches to JacksonvlMs. Dining Cars Serving All Meals. D.nvill. again)" "Yen, Hlchard," she answered, rnls Ing her Hps; to hl. "Hutyou're quite sure that you never kissed her, Dick)" (EX) (CT.) .. . 11140 A.M. 830 P.M. 1I:J8P.M. Two large Warehouses with the same superior facility as in former years. of humor)" Mslntalnlnn Ons's Dignity. "Should n golf plajer have a sense Suwante River Special Lv. Ar. Ar. Ar. Aft Ar. Ar. Ar. Peoples Tobacco I. Wareh'se Co "Certulnly," said Mr. Duhwalte. "He should at least be ahlo in laugh pleasantly when Ids caddy snickers, thus emit I us the Impassion that white he may not ho much of a golf player he has other accomplishment that would elicit applause If he cored to show them." Hlnnlnghaiu Chsttanooea .. . Atlanta . . . (CT.) Maem .(EX) Tajnpai DauvilU , II i48 P.M. 11:28 A.M. 8:30 A.M. 3:10 P.M. tPotwstyr. arsdoatswa . Clearwater . ,. 7J0AJN. SU A.IM 8sM Afa SaVftOtHasi torn Phrase Incorporated If. DUNN, Prcildeat. DAN VILLI, KY. X One of the cent American nograph safe only when the owntr of the safe through the keyhole n phrae that has been recorded previously fmu; kkt owu voice. BreeUa Kagla, Wouldn't Sound Well. most Interesting of reInventions Is the pholock, which will iqien (C.TJ CwlfilTuM. (K.T4 KMunTUaa. Pullmsn Kterplnj Cars aad Coatkra to Tarn Peiors4Hirf(VU Taaspa) SarassHa (Via llrsdeotuwn.) Dkbt( Csra Serving. All MsaU. For tickeU, steeping ear reasrvatluM or other Information, sm HsT .. 8:30 AM. .'. a 7:2fOT. AcsMo siSnasVyi XaITnU. sflf toTieksi Aa4 at The Central riecord, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Dec 22. 1921 Printer Was Peeved. Charley Harris, of Fort Worth, Texas, In the printing business, got slightly peeved at a letter from n doctor who wanted bid on several thousand letterheads, different site, different colors, and wanted the printing form held alanding. So Charley Uok his typewriter in hand and wrote: "Am in the market for bids on one operation for appendicitis, one, two, or five Inch Incision with or without ether also with or without nurse. If appendcx found to be aound, what quotation to include putting same back and canceling order. If removed, successful bidder la expected to hold incision open for about sixty days, as I expect to be In the market for an operation for gallstones at the same time and want to nave the extra cot of cutting." Kansas City Post. I 1 ULOOt) WIL.L. T12L.L. HEALTHFUL VIGOR IN STRONG BLOOD Rich, Red Blood Built Up By Pepto-Man-gan-Liqu- "BRED IN 0L0 KENTUCKY" Krplace your scrub and" grade sires with good purebred. Jo.ii the "Iletter Sire, Ucttcr Stock" campaign. What about this trio of herd boars? id Or Tablet. Illood is strong nnd full of vigor when there are plenty of red cells In It. Anaemic people have g mU f vamr -- 1" .SUlliUrU -y Vv m ... TrTT.,i ghop Fh.ne 69. Lexington St J Lancaster, Ky. U. WW UWRvl FVf a Fir E2 km KING PILOT NO. 457,531, by the Pilot, the world' champion. "KENTUCKY RANGER," sired by tho largest boar in the world. "KENTUCKY CHECKERS," if. your move. CATTLE We own more O LACK-CA- P BLACK-CAP black-cap- s CATTLE CATTLE P) The Home Mixed Dairy Feeds Save Money For Farmers. Farmers anil dairymen wh are close enough to market to sell whole milk ran save nhuut $10 a ten an their seed ! Iiuyini the ingredient anil mixing It themselves instead of purchasing mixed or balanced commercial feeds, according to suggestions offered by members of the animal husbandry department of the College of Agriculture on tho winter feeding of dairy cows. On the other hand, farmer who are felling rream on the butterfat basis rannot afford to buy Kraln and in order to feed cows economically, mutt use thoe railed on their farm. A ration which hat given good results in feeding trials and one that ean be mixed readily at home Is commoted of COO pounds of ship stuff, of hominy meal, com S00 pound meal or cracked corn ami 200 pound Oil meal ran of cottonseed meal be substituted for the tutUncd . u tn i mral or 100 pound of used, Many succefui feeler r. minate the difficulty of mixing the feed by mptlng n few bags of each Into separate feed boxes and then using n measure holding about two pounds of feed. In this way, the quantity of each ingredient ran be measured a the cow lit fed. For every three to three and one-hapounds of milk thut she produces in a day, the row should receive about one pound of thia feed as a dally ration, according to the specialists. A cow producing three gal-luof milk, or about -- 5 pounds, daily would receive about eight pound of grain feed. In addition, she should be supplied with from 10 to 15 pound of clover hay and 30 pound of adage each day or all of any good roughage she will eat. IHstance from the market lsth"e limiting factor which makes it unprofitable for the farmer who la selling cream to bay grain for his cows, the specialist say. llerause of ills jr taHce front the market, farmers thi kind of business have no t dispose of whole milk and ti e tan "f rream whtrh they oceas. i. i.ul'y ran taVe to town does not in sure a profit if grain is purrhased lf ll do-m- little strength because there are not enough red cells in the blood. It is thin and watery. Weak blood makes face pale, pulls down the strength and leave the body tired, weak and sickly. I'epto-Mangan than any herd in Kentucky. ROYALTY NO. 253,797 AND GARRARD NO. 283,601, "Herd Bulls." Young stock cither sex for sale at all times. Visitors always welcome. After careful Investigation we find high finance i objectionable only to those who lose or have no finger In the pie. that Speculators and middlemen are becoming so numerous and powerful it behoove the rest of us to get into the class In order to kick the rascals out. No doubt the average preacher would be quite indignant if we were to refer to him as nn invaluable aid to the divorce courts. And yet with, out marriages there can be no SALE OF LAND CIKCUIT COUKT Plaintiffs, Angie Church, et al, fJAKKAKD VS. I.ydm Ilulfman, ct al, U proluic it t TO CREAK PRODUCERS cn-air, n' Defendants. Pursuant to a Judgment rendered at the November Term, IV21, the undersigned Commi'wioner will sell at public auction to the highest and best bidder nt the Court House door in I.ancaster, Ky., at 1 1 o'cork, A. M. or thereabouts, on .MONDAY, DKCL'.MIIKK 'JtUh., THE BEATRICE CREAMERY hue oponed a huvinjr .station iti the new bulidmj: of A. H. Han-ti& Son, on Campbell .street, near depot, where thev are pre pared to. render oti nenice here, testing your cream or if preferred to forward same to Cincinnati, .saving you the trouble of going to depot. Give ur a trial U)", J. J. Montgomery, Local Mgr. the real estate mentioned in the pleadings and described as fallows: In (iarrard County, Ky., on Kemper Ijine, near Lexington Turnpike. Tract No. : Beginning ut a stake, corner to Dunn, near a walnut stump, poles to a thence N. 'JO, K. SGj sugar tree stump, corner toJcnkins; thence N. 40i. V. Sll.'J poles to an aih and two hickories; thence S. SOH, W. 1.1 poles to a stake; thence poll's to a 103 5. Ilf. ...... In hilMn.. 1 V. 3-- 1, A course in (Suite's SANDERS BROS. & AMON, PROP. restores weak blood to its normal LANCASTER, KY. strength. Taken regularly for a while it adils red cells to the blood. LTmC! Then with good blood, the strength and vigor of health return. There is pleasure In living, with good blood New Cheer up and you'll Discusses mas more cheerful for make Christrunning through the veins. Cude's others. n Is put up in liquid and Corn-Bore- r. Control The wise man realizes his imperin tablet form. They are the same fections until a silly girl gets hold premedicinally. I'hyslcians have of him. n for scribed (Sude's With the growth of the strawberry years. The name "(Sude's Some people are so keen on the Is on the package. Adver- industry In Kentucky and a corre- borrow they include both money and sponding Inrrease in the spread and trouble. tisement. multiplication of the strawberry Kvcn the worst of us find it easy crown-borrthis t hits rnme to I Am A suggest a remedy for the faults j to bu a serious one in the State, accord- Seal. ing to Circular No. -- 7 which just of o tliers. Let not your right hand know what come olT the press at the College of "I am a little Christmas Seal, Hach might your left hand does. Agriculture and which Is being Oh please, sir, won't you buy me? tell on the other. to interested growers. For I've a mission that Is real, In nddition to being well illustrnt-- 1 The Knglish and the Irish are now And no one should deny me. ed, the publication contains u dis- saying it with flowers. We hope A penny, sir, will pay for me, cussion of the damaee donu bv the' they don't wither. I'm sure you'll never rue It insect together with suggestions for! My mission Is to fight When a man swallows his own its control and eradication. The And you must help me do it, words he generally gulps down thosns circular, which wa written by Harrison German, entomologist nt the of the other fellow ns well. "It's more than just a 1'os.sibly it Is true that pride goes Kentucky Agricultural Kxperiment stunt Station, Lexington, may be obtained before a fall, but most people feel To slay this thing of terror, free by writing the station. sheepish after picking themselves up. So I'm the army at the front, stretcher-bearer- ; And you're the For where we come or where we go, In foul or fairest weather, Tuberculosis is our foe, And we must stand together. I'epto-Manga- Dixie Stock Circular Of Farms. I'epto-Manga- I'epto-Manga- Little Christmas tu-a- T-1- I, one-han- d I DeLaval Prices Reduced pre-wa- "lloth life and health long, we may pro- If you will pay a penny; Let's help the kiddies to be strong. For unfed tots are many; And, hou.M! to house and town to town, Let's work to save the babies Oh pi caw, sir, do not turn me down, K. ViC poles to sion line S. S9 With promises and mabies. the beginning, containing 00 acres, Tract N. 2: Beginning at a stake "Just kindly kiss me on the back in the middle of the road; thence S. And stick me to a letter, V. SI pole to an ash, beech 70 t, And for a penny and a smack, and old corner; thence with old line We'll make the whole world beK. 88.40 poles to n stake S. 40 tter; on the side of the road it hence falling into and with middle of said road And oh, how glad o bota shall feel N. W. 05 poles, N. you'll but 2J.i, W. KS.llS poles to the begin-nin- I'mIf just n little trust ami try me; Christmns Seal, containing 14 acres and 3.7 Oh please, sir, won't you buy poles. The purpose of this sale is to dimeT" vide the net proceeds arising from Mai Hose. the sale among the joint owners ns their interest may appear. WOLF TRAIL T Kit.MS The sale will bu made on a credit Mrs. Forest Masters is with Mrs. of six and twelve months, and tho purchaser will be required to execute Allie Keynolds. boniU with approved security for the Mr. and Mrs. Klbert Teater spent purchase price, payable to V. II. Drown, Master Commissioner, due in .Monday night with relatives. six nnd twelve months respectively, I'rof. and Mrs. Adams visited Mr. witn interest at six per cent from and Mrs. Mose Itay recently. date until paid, having the force and Mrs. John Dailey was the pleasant effect of a judgment upon which execution may issue, and n lien will guest of Mrs. Hobt. Sowers Tuesday be retained upon the land until the Mr. Clewl Casey spent part of last purchase money fs palil. week with .Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mober- V. II. Ilrown. M. C. O. C. C. ley. J. K. Kobinson, Att'y. for PlfTs. Capt. Am. Uourne, Auct. oncer. Miss Tinelue Gllleam spent the day Monday with Mrs. Elijah Mc.Mil-liaJl-:i-- J. three-fourth- Take advantage of the 1922 reduced prices, available now, which puts De Laval Cream Separar basis. You may be tor on practically their paying for a Dc Laval and not getting it by using a cream waster. Let me put you in a Dc Laval without delay. J. OWSLEY Phone 7912 BUENA Mrs. John Hicks NEWLAND 13 Poles. Stanford, Ky. MONEY TO LOAN on good city propet (y. Payback on weekly VISTA i or monthly Installments. nesday. Mr. Fletcher Scott nnd Mr. W. Harrodsburg on the sick H. Urown went to is reported The Lancaster Building & Loan ASSOCIATION. J. K. UOHINSON. iDcctpt.iKd. J Scc't & President -- Wm. S. HOPI'KII. Tres. j Cottonseed Meal Has Place In Beef Ration. ' of Farmer who expect to finish cat-tl- o for the market In the dry lot this winter by feeding a ration composed mainly of ullage and corn will get the cheapest gains by adding cottonseed meal to the feed, according to Way-lan- d Ilhoads, beef cattle extension specialist at tho College of Agriculture. This will be true in spile of the fact that cottonseed meal is high This priced at the present lime. problem In beef production together with several others, are answered rather definitely in results obtained last year by 01 Kentucky farmers, with the extension who division of tho college in conducting demonstrations to show the best methods of feeding cattle, according to Mr. Rhoad. "If clover hay la fed In addition to silage and corn, an average of two pounds of meal for every 1,000 pound of live weight will give cheap- er and better gains as well as a higher finish. If no clover hay Is used( In the ration then an average feed, f pounds of meal three and to 1,000 pounds of live weight Is better On the other hand, If only com nnd clover hay are used In finishing tho steers, cottonseed meal will nut produce profitable results during the coming cattle feeding season. "Steers on a feed of cottonseed meal and clover hay need only one-haa much meal as they would If clover hay were left out of the ration since four pounds of clover hay will replace one pound of cottonseed mral. "Corn should occupy an important placP"1n finishing steers during the cominir winter in view of the fact that It will be extremely cheap. At TiO cents a bushel, it will be selling for $1(1.80 a ton, shelled or $14.02 n ton on the ear. This make one of the cheapest feeds which can be used for any class of livestock." one-hallf Saturday. Miss Susie Jennings and Mrs. .Vaimie Jennings were in LancasMr. nnd Mrs. John Naylor were ter Saturday. in Danville Wednesday shopping. Kev. Kobcrts and Jones, of Wilmore, arc holding a protracted Mr. Kufus Ison, of Wilmore was church. meeting at the Methodist a recent guest of Mrs. J. W. Askins. Ballard's Obelisk Flour is made In Mr. Kay Wilson, who has been ill for several days is reported some a spotless clean mill from the finest We of wheat. Try a sack today. better. deliver In town. Hudson A Farnau. Mr. R. D. McMurtry and Mr. J. K. Abner went to Frankfort WedMrs. Delitha F.vans has returned nesday. to her home at Durgin, after a Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Urown were short visit with her daughter, Mrs. In Lancaster and Danville Wed Clarence Kuble. list. Mis Ituth llroaddus ill at this writing. mm i'A wcotHrtaWoolU, n. Why Not a Bank Book s It may be more blessed to give than to receive, but some people have no scruples about taking. Tl.. .litr.Ti.nr, nut and a dreadnought after all. Ono has a ht'tween n douch- Is not so great' hole In it and. tho other gets a hole shot Into it. W. T. Moberley recently bought a milk cow from Mr. Enoch ttillram, price 150. Mr. F.lijah McMillfan bought some shoats from Mr. Abe Hurton last week for $7.00 a head. Whet Middlings, Rye Middlings, Barley Meal, Dairy Feed, Horse and Mule Feed. Hudson & Farnau. Messrs. Hugh and W. T. Moberley bought some meat hogs from Mr. Moss Kay for 8 cents per pound. Misses llernlcu and Uesslu Teater and Jessie Kay and Messrs. Hlmer and Joe Kay and Kdward Teater were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh .Moberley Friday night. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence McCulley Mr. for Christmas? ia ed of a bank account that he or she Can you conceive of anything your son or iliuiKhter would like butter than to receive a nice new bank book on Christmas morning, and realize suddenly and unexpectedly possess- "just like urown-ups?- " Think of the incentive it would be to the youiiK one to save, and accumulate, and watch it grow. Think, also, of the valuable lesson of life it would be to a child, or a youtiK man, or a nirl. Think of all of these thing's then make the deposit and yM the book. quality wasTFSxSS SJ. W. O. R1GNEY W. B. 0ICKERS0N W. O. RIGNEV & CO. We all make of Recharqc ond Repair Batteries viitertained at an elegant dinner Sunday. The following guests were present: Mr. and Mrs. F.lijah McMil-lia- n and son, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kay and children, Mr. and Mrs. Wllbert Dailey and son, Messrs. llille Fain, Most, Itay and Hard Trice. Master Itolan Kay was a guest in the after noon. 6JW 4 PER CENT ON TIME AND SAVINGS S. FsMsrsI OkicUri and Ewbalwirt Resilience I'hoiie S3. CONN end General Wood appears to be making good as governor general of the Philippines. Ho is keeping out of print In these days of modernity tho generous. It world is profoundly sympathises with those who do not need It. The Garrard Bank & Trust Go the United States and all foreign countries. LANCASTER, KY. We sell travelers Cheques, which are good in Lancaster, Kentucky. CONN Th Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, DC 22, 192 CImsMmI totem 1 Eat your' dinner Court Day at FOR The Brown Boarding Houie. It. Cabinet A HOST DESIRABLE HONE IN LANCASTER AT RATES i Single liutrtieM Ic word No ad taken for less than 20c In this column. No aiU in this column charged. Seven Iniertlont for the price of five. Phone order mut be paid promptly. AUCTION Tuesday, Dec 27th, AT TWO O'CLOCK, P. M. Home ami garden FOB KF.NT; nnd two acre of tobacco land. J.. B. Wood. (UM&.'Jt.) THE FORD PROPERTY ON RICHMOND STREET I am taking ubseriptlonfor all Mr. F.phrlam Ilrown kind of macaiincs. Stack of Oats THE BEST LOCATION IN LANCASTER have, been employed by B. C. Ford uh administrator of the late A. I). Ford to sell this property to the "HIGH DOLLAR." THE LOT 110 feet front on Richmond street, fjieiriK South, just on the top of the rise, tfivinjr n drainage in every direction. Contains a full ACRE of land. Twostory frame dwelling, 2 enclosed porchTHE IMPROVEMENTS es, front porch with concrete floor, splendid basement. Cottage in yard, barn with It stalls, garage, orchard ami fine garden, poultry house and yard. The reason for selling is in order to wind up the estate of the late Judge A. I). Ford. This i3 the opportunity for some one to secure a bargain. I t. FOB SALE: Itfi.OO per ton. V. F. Hrickey (I2.22.2t.) I am standing a Uig Type Poland China Hoar at f 1.00 cath. Hiram Land, Buckeye, Ky, 12.22.4t..pdJ Arc you using bleached Hour or Hour to which phosphate ha been the food added? F.ither destroy vulue, use Glen Lily it ha neither. Garrard Milling Co. .) THIS PROPERTY, SEE THE IMPROVEMENTS, SEE FIND OUT WHO YOUR NEIGHBORS WILL ' THE BEAUTIFUL LOCATION. BE AND IF YOU WANT A HOME IN LANCASTER, THIS IS THE ONE INVESTIGATE YOU WILL BUY. will be given at once or any time to Miirch 1st., to suit the purchaser. Terms will be easy and announced at the sale. Remember the time and place Tuesday, Dec. 27th., at two o'clock, on Richmond street. Possession FOB SALK: turkey. Mr. A few liurbon Bed S. C. Blgby, Crab Orchard pike, Post OfTlce, Stanford. Ky, B. F. D. No. 4. 11.24.7t Defend your health use Glen Lily llour; no bleach, no phosphate FOB SALK: Hay combined mare, eight yearn old. good walker. Phone 13 or 2!H. Hurdette Bright, TERMS REARoom and Board Stanford, Ky. SONABLE. The Brown Boarding Houae, FOB SALE OR RKNTs One t. . Lexington St. even room houte, extra large lot, on Haaelden Height, known a the Notice. Currey place. Sam Cotton. Owing to the fact that county court day, Monday, Dec. 20th., fall Room and Roan! TERMS on a legal holiday, the ladle of the Methodist Church will not aerve din The Brown Boarding Ilouae, ncr a announced, but will serve on Lexington St. the following court days, January 23rd. and February court. FOR SALE: One Walnut bed, one dr?scr, one tand, one A flat top desk door on one side and I have not removed to Richmond. aix drawer on the other side; one On Nov. t nth., I reopened the Robin desk chair, and one white iron bed. son Hospital at Berea, and I am Mian Fannie West, Phone 161. permanently located here. Phone 12.22-2t.-p- d Uncastcr, Ky. Berea, 141. Signed, B. F. Boblnson, M. II. Take your meal at The Brown (12.8-01.- ) Boanling Houte, Lexington St. ( ) Take your meal at The Brown Boanling House, Lexington St. I want to get in touch with aome (1 ) one who will equip one or two large room with running water for a Notice photograph itudlo. Must have eith There will be an election held at er ky light or Northern exposure. Lan- Will pay good rent and turn out the Citizen National Bank of raster, Ky., Tuesday, Jan. 10th., first etao photography. Addres Box 402, (.anrastcr, Ky. 1922 from 9:00 to 12:00 o'clock, for the purpow of electing director to Bead the bag that contain the serve for the ensuing year. I O. Davidson, Cashier. llour you use, if bleached or photphatc uwd. Bemember the govLow ernment ha ipent a half million to prove it It injurious to health. Glen Lily U the only tone you can buy that contain nclUier. Louisville & Nashville GarrartltMilling Co. IL-plt-p- d. .) ord, large SALE; Vlctrola, lie, good aa new with recat half price If old at once. L. S. Young, Hamilton Are. wh To Correct Mistake. I2-H.- Holiday Fares Via Railroad (!2-22-4t- .) Til THE SWINEBROAD, REAL CASTER, ESTATE MAN OF LANKY.. SALE MANAGER. added, pure rich nutty llour. Gar Single Comb Dark Brown Leghorn, Tickets on sale December rnrd County wheat. exclusively, vigorous Winter laying 2 Int.. 22nd., aanl., 21th., nnd Garrard Milling Co. strain. Eurly bargain In cockerel, 2rth. Return limit January if taken nt once. Stock carefully Uh. For further Information FOB SALK OR BENT: Garage (elected and guarantee) purebred. consult Local Ticket Airent. on Public Square. Possession given . llryanUville Kxcluiigci Phone i Addre January lt., 1022. Mr. Jno. Naylor, Buena Vlita, Ky. Blue Allle Arnold, I2.l7t..pd. Colorado Spring, Colo. quicker, gives School for tho Deaf. Care of 15 5, 10 See .) AT THE CLOSE OF THE ABOVE SALE, G. B. SWINEBROAD WILL SELL HIS FARM OF 40 ACRES, LOCATED ON RICHMOND PIKE, 1 Vt MILES FROM LANCASTER, KNOWN AS THE WHEELER FARM. THE SALE OF THE FARM WILL BE AT THE FORD SALE, ON RICHMOND ST., IN LANCASTER. AT AUCTION TO THE HIGHEST BIDDER. Lo.it, wt rayed or ttolen from my place, a yellow orrel mare 5 yrs. old, round and on the pony order, Find er please notify me and receive reJoe Aahbrook, ward. Junction City, Ky. -(12-8-Ct- .) our cent windows. and Grass Starts Gasoline re- We can order you any kind of and hotter general more power, more miles furniture, houe good, or jewelry, wntchea, clocks, etc. We ave you big money on any order. Try u we are selling many good at cost. sults. Once a user, always a booster. I sell it exclusively. Dr. Prentls Walker. 12.15-4L J. R. Mount & Co. Mis Deane Hunter will be hostess at dinner to a number of her M- -. and Mm. Shearrin were the friends Friday. This occasion will dinner guests of Mr. and Mr. Em- - be a precedent to a number of social eat uoinry Sunday. functions during the Xma holidays, Miss George Jones, of Harrods-bur- ;, A car driven by Mr. Carl Perkins i spending several weeks with collided with Dr. Walker, of her sister, Mrs. Troy Hogg. who wat in a vehicle at Marks, Wheat MicMliag. Middling, bury one evening last week. The Barley Meal, Dairy Feet, Horse and driver was unhurt, but the horse was Mule Hudson Farnau. almost instantly killed. Lan-caster MARKSBURY Mr and Mr. A. J. Klce and Mrs. Lewi Thompson spent Wednesday In Lexington. Mrs. Thompson had the misfortune to loose her pocket book, containing a check and amall change To The Tobacco HAVE Growers amounting to over $4.00. Miss Alice Sutton will give an entertainment and Xmas tree next Friday aftcnoon, closing a term of Mis schoo1 at Mason. Sutton i noted for her enjoyable entertainments and no doubt this one will also be par excellence. Mr Haymord Doolin, of Berea College, has been very ill from an operation for appendicitis. It is supposed tl.e case was very critical, needing immediate attention as his family were not notified of his con dition until after the operation had been accompl'shed. His friends here hopn for a speedy recovery. Fd. WHO NOT POOLED 50 WANTED t THEIR TOBACCO SALES OPENED AT OUR HOUSE DECEMBER 15th., AND DAILY SALES ARE BEING HELD AVERAGES. ' MULES We will have a representative in Lancaster Monday, December 26th, (County Court Day) to buy fifty fat mules, weighing from 900 to 1,150 pounds, four to six years old. Also want fifteen good horses, same weight and age. All must be good workers. Loans, Loans) Loan This will be the chance to turn your stock Ijj on cash money. Bring them in. ihto FARMLANDS Mr. A. J. Klce was hostess to the Indies' Working Society last Thursday afternoon, this being the last meeting of the year and the time for the jelectiou of ilTiccrs. The former president refusing a Ununl- lint. ' liinlia nil! In th, nfTlri. n lot was cast electing the following! I officers: Mrs. It. S. Clurk, Pres.; Mrs. Lewis Thoniwon, Vice Pres.; I Kugenia Pollard, recording Miss Secretary. A successful year of 1022 is predicted for this splendid body of workers. The going out: president was elected president, I Emeritus. The treasurer, Miss Sut-- J ton made a splendid report which, uccvpted by the society. Her wit figures showing that more money hud been paid into the treasury this year than any previous year for many yeans past. Shu aughingly in Id if she had much more money to handle she would resign. Mrs. Klce served delightful refreshments. A very enjoyable was afternoon spent. The society will meet with Mrs. Clurk the 1st. Thursday in Jan uary. WITH GOOD MONDAY'S SALES AVERAGED $32.50 TUESDAY'S Avr. $33.00 BRING YOUR TOBACCO ON IN RIGHT NOW, AS WE ARE OPEN TO RECEIVE IT. HOME TOBACCq WAREHOUSE CO INCORPORATED RICHMOND, WILeSON LIVE STOCK GO WILSON, N. C. Liberal' Appraisements VORIS MOULDER BURGIN, KY. Office, i CMmm sWak Tnut KENTUCKY. (tf.) i