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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): December 29, 1921 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1921 cen1921122901_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): December 29, 1921 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1921 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE CENTRAL RECORD. THIRTY StCOND YIA LANCASTER. KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON, DECEMBER 29,1921. Nimit SI. POPULAR APPOINTMENT ARE TAKEN OVER p BY BURLEY POOL Judf?e Hardin 32 Floors In Central points. W. H. Brown Master ComDistrict Are Signed 105 WAREHOUSES Re-a- To Association On missioner Minor k Ohvisztnas ' A Wish May the life of the Prince of Pence he an in- Very Important Build DEATH STILLS ing Needed In MIGHTY PEN OF Lancaster "MARSE HENRY" Through the column of the Rec ord our many thousand of readers aru constantly reading about the ninny organization and societies that ure operating in Lancster and Garrard County ,and we wish to say that it Is with a great deal of pleasure that we publish such articles to let the citizens know that Garrard County is right on top with everyHardly n week passes but thing. some organization has taken the bur- len on their shoulders to raise some money for some worthy cause and the Hecord is always found to be backing up their work and willing and ready to help. Now if It be in order may we not suggest one thing to the many organizations and socie ties of Lancaster and Garrard County that at some convenient meeting you take up what we consider is something that is needed badly at the (jinrastcr High School, and that We building Is n GYMNASIUM. owe it to the younger generation to give them the best educntion pos sible and by building this structure, wo will be carrying out the policies of the above better. Will not some "Kdison" of this County give us some information relative to this so call- "Gym" nnd let us have your Idea as how we would be able to build same? 1 Funeral Services At Jacksonville Where He Died. BURIAL TO TAKE PLACE SPRING IN Bttnf Prevented By OwnrKlp A In the other warehouse district Colonel Henry Wattcrson, known spiration to you in the year that is ahout to he horn. of Kentucky, Ohio and Indiana, the to tho Amrrcan people as one of the Kentucky district rrtiuy Central last surviving member of the old signrd up almost every warehouse May the joys of happiness and the hlessiiiRs of and to his schijol of Journalism In the territory, nn.l in Lexington friends as "Marsce Henry," died at which coulil every warehouse but one peace rest upon you, abide with you, enrich and G:1S o'clock last Thursday at a hotel legally be turned over to the Hurley He was 81 in Jacksonville, Fla. Tobscco Growers years old. ennoble you in the years that are to come. lm- cintion was turned over for, the Colonel Wntterson, who went with mmliati. nossesslon mil ue uf the hts family from Louisville three week association. ago to spend tho winter, passed The association now I In posse. tway a the rcsut of heart trouble, receiving plant In the ston of t05 superinduced by bronchial congesBurley district tion, after an illness of only a few Hogs Monday-Leg- al In the cne of the Hole Lexington hours. sign warchouicman prevented from There is quite a demand for meat With only their son and daughter Since the Sew Year comes In on Inir by certain legal complication and several grandchildren present, Sunday the banks of the County and hog, around town, Muyer tell us Involving one of hl warehouses he Colonel and Mrs. Wntterson celethe postoffices will observe Monday they were never so scarce. signed up the other and, with the weddirrg annibrated their fifty-sixt- h following a a holiday. There will other loyal warehousemen, will do Meeting versary in their apartment Tuesday. be no delivery of mail on this date. the associlif bet for the surccu of During the day Cooncl Wattcrson Commencing with the econd week houses ation. Altogether thirty-tw- o contracted a slight cold which was Money in January all regular meetings of here Friday, were taken over not regarded seriously, but WednesOf the few warehouses remaining Joe J. Walker, trustee of the Jury the Chamber of Commerce will be day afternoon ho suffered an acute out, It li expected thnt certain de fund, informs us that the money is held on Friday evening of each week, bronchial attack and was ordered to G. A. Abbott. Secty. tail now Interfering with their com ready for distribution to those who nt 7 V. M. Miss Willie Christine Sanders, nt bed immediately by his physician. ing In will be ironed out before the served on the November jury. Call Death camo peacefully, the venertractive daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Winners end of the coming week and that ev and get yours nnd renew your subconsciousness A. F. Sanders and .Mr. T. J. Price, able editor retaining ill- e In the .rv ilplrnhle scription to this paper. Miss KIsic Mrown was the winner Jr., only son of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. almost to the end and conversing your meals at The Mrown will be turned over to poes Take trict of the handsome doll given away by Price stole a march on their many during hi last half hour with hi Hoarding Houie, Lexington SU Ion of the association. Renew Francis Smith Milliners last Satur friends by going to Louisville, where wife, son and daughter. Director, Ralifjr Action Thus Marsec Henry passed to that Cen- day; they were married at the home of The subscription price of the Miss Willie Allenc Miutin whs Riv Director of the anociatlon, In srs-io- n tral Hecord is $1.50 a year and there en the 'Jnd. prize, while the third the brides sister, Dr. nnd Mr. J. J. "beautiful shore" where last October at 620 South the association have a total capacity are many who are in arrears who at the office Pursley on last Thursday evening nt he wrote his comrades of the Con of 175,000,000 pounds, and an estiU roadway, Friday Instructed Warefederate army he was sure "the bon- renew prize went to Mrs. Grace Crumlin. 4:00 T. M. will we hope - should and 15,000,house Manager Halph M. Marker to mated value of more than The bride, who is one of the most nie blue flag will be flying at the Head the loabel on this promptly. School Opens. proceed with the arrangement forjOOO, popular young ladles of the younger, fore and the bands will be playing paper and see If we don't mean you. Nrfolisttons At End. warehouse of the taking over the The Lancaster High School doors set never Tooked lovelier than she 'Dixie 'on parade nnd the pretty girls No negotiations ure to be made burley district, approved what had will swing open to receive the hun did on her wedding day. She worewill be distributing 'the Chattanooga Masonic Election. already been done In that respect by with warehousemen who have opened dreds of children on Tuesday morn a deep brown traveling suit with hat.Hebel' (the newspaper published by .Manager Marker, and authorized him ' their floor In opposition to the As-t- n At the annual election of l.ancas- - ing. Jan. 5rd., 1022, at 8:00 A. M. to match and a corsage of Mrs. him during the war between the All ter Lodge No. 101, held on the 27th. mmnleti- - thr transfer of the va- - solution's mutest for closing. after a lengthy vacation for the Ward roses. She entered the bridal States) to groups of ragged, to the association, a warehousemen who have had an op- - jn,t.( the following officers were elect Christmas season. The rious properties r ex on the arm of her father nosed angels who have not forgotten nrovidei' by the term of the con- - portunlty to sign the contract ami.,.,! and installed; will soon be given and where she was met by her sister, the rebel yell. aminatlons who have refused to do so, were re- Geo. Smith. W. M.J L. G. David-so- then the work for the second semes Mrs. Tursley, who escorted the groom. A simple service attended only by tracts with the warehousemen. d Chas. Thompson, J. V.; ter will start. announc- - moved from consideration. An S. W.; t James C. Stone per- - members or hi family marked Uio Hew McMillian, of Louisville funeral of Colonel Wattcrson. The that tobacco would be received ception wan made, however, of ware- - A. D. Joseph, Secty.; W. O. lllgney, forming the ceremony. on the warehouse floors, in basket, housemen who had asked for an ex- - Truss.; A. T. Anderson, Tyler. Mis Sanders Is a graduate of the body will rest in a vault theirc un-Mules Sold. The lodge is now occupying it n heretofore, and the growers would tension of time to consider Uie H. S., having graduated with hon-- j til spring, when it will be taken to Quite a large crowd was in town or from thnt institution in 1919,1 Louisville, for burial in the family be paid the advance upon their crops term of the standard contract. No handsome quarters recently purchas- f Uwir variations in the standard contracts 0, nn,j j, n H prosperous condition. last Monday, but very little business and later attended Ward Belmont' plot in Cave Hil cemetery. nd grading on delivery was done outside of a few mules that of Nashville, Tenn. Henry Watterson., Jr., announced tobacco, the check for the advance will be allowed, the Hoard instruct were sold. Mr. Herbert Kills, of the being payable at their local banks. ed Mr. Marker. Big Mr. Price, who was so fortunate the arrangements for the funeral Wilson Livestock Company purchas Representative of the Association He said that because of the frail The director also adopted a reso-utlThe merchant of the City are this ed a car load of mules and horses to win the hand of liis Sander is health of his mother forblding any officer or em- probably will meet with the Hank-cr- s it had been dethanking through the columns ranging in price from 165 to $150 one of Lancaster's most promising next week, as soon ns the com- week ploye from dealing In any way in young men nnd U worthy of the cided that it would be inadvisable for the Hecord their appreciation for J. K. Hobinson sold a nice team beautiful helpmate that he so fortun- her to go to Louisville during the the certificate of delivery given the pletely, tabulated figures are ready. of business that they received from six year old mare mule to J. 11 ately won. Mr. Price is a graduate winter and for that reason the body II. C. Karly of Louisville, former- the when their croj are deliv jrrowers the citizens of the County for the Cross, of Lincoln for $360. ered to' the warehouses and provld ly of the National Hank of Ken- of the Staunton Military Academy, of "Mane Henry" would rest under year and during the Christmas ing for the illimlssnl from the service tucky, was appointed Secretary and past the warm Florida skies until spring. of Staunton, Va. season. of the association of any employe Treasurer of the Association recently Thohappy couple left at once for The surviving relatives of the disThey also ask for a continuance of violating the terms of the resolution. by the Hoard of Director on the reMrs. W. M. Mall gave a very de nn Kastern trip, visiting Washington tinguished Journalist are his widow, which they are Justly right session prac- commendation of the Executive Com- same, The directors were in ightful dinner Christmas day in hon and elsewhere before their return to Mr. Rebecca Gwing Wattcrson; two do as they are carrying ome of tically all afternoon, following the mittee. He will take up hi duties to sons, Henry nnd Gwing Wattcrson; a the best merchandise to be found any or of tho birthday of her father, Mr, Lancaster, where they will be at home daughter, Mrs. meeting of warehousemen of the cen- at one. lilbrey Wattcrson give you W. C. Davis, our local tailor. Mr. to their many friends. "The officer, and director of the place in the State and they tral district, which began at 0:00' Quite a striking coincidence was Miller, and five grandchildren, Mawas 81 years "young" on that prompt service and as cheap as you Davis o'clock in the morning and continued association are tremendously pleas-ti- l day, and a very happy one it wns for that the bride married on her parents' rion, Watterson, Kent and Milbrcy with the success of the last week," can buy same. Miller, children of Mrs. Miller, and until 1:00 o'clock. With the coming of the new year him, for he had with him on this dny wedding anniversary, which was thir Milbrey Watterson child of Ewing The warehouse are taken over Mr. Stone said. "It has been be years ago Thursday. The and in making our new resolutions Mr. W. C. Davis. Jr.. and wife, of His Wntterson Alex under lease until the corporation yond our expectations. The ware suggest that you add Indlanapolls.alsn his daughter, Mr. Hecord Joins with their hundreds of provided for in each, district can be housemen have shown a splendid may we not friends in wishing that their married Gilmour, is a resident of Louisville. Campbcllsvillc, Malone, of still another to that long list that W. T. and as a conic- organized, full title to ias June 15, spirit of Two children who preeceded him Friend Join with this happy family life will be a happy and prosper wiftly you no doubt have made and let 1022, in the case of the warehouio-me- n jmicncc, affairs have moved to the grave were n son, Hnrvey Watin wishing Mr. Davis many more ous one. "Trade in Iincaster" and who desire to sell, the plants ' and smoothly to an astonishingly fine it read terson, nn attorney, and a daughter, mako it keep its high standing that birthday. sale to be leased at a rental ending." not for Church News Mis Ethel Watterson. "The past week has been one of it ha now in the State. of 8 per cent net to the owner. More Hog A watchnlght service will be held the most significant in the history To Protect Loyal Owners Heading In the Hecord that Hiram nt the Baptist Church Saturday night movement in of the Aaron Sapiro, California lawyer Land bad killed a hog that weighed Dee. 31st, beginning nt 11:15. There Kentucky," Aaron Saplro, counsel in charge of the legal preliminaries Legion Meeting 370 pound and was only 300 days will be a brief gospel message by the Bedpost. for the association, remarked. "When Incident to thu transfer, assured the old, has brought forth ome still pastor followed by n consecration men whose business as independent All service men of this County aro A recent special from Lexington, loyal warehousemen thnt they would r..nn..tt..,l to be tireseiit at I better records. Mr. J. S. Merchant service. All are cordially invited. concern we arc destroying, come states that Mrs. L. T. Kirk, formerbe protected from tho sharp pracThe monthly children' service will ly 30 l...iM,m meetim? to be has just killed one that was .m.rti-nti... of Paint Lick, nnd daughter of owners lAit with the aid and assistance "that tices of outside warehouse, held Sunday morning following . I ... I .... k; w H have been shown during the last few held at tho I. O. O. F. Hall Tuesday days old and weighed 418 pounds. be ... . . . Mr. and Mrs. E. C. McWhorter, all ...1.. llllKllb lltivilll'l. If IIIIIUIU i Willi . .Mays a market ha . been set for fair-- night, Jan. 3rd, ot 7:30. This is the This wns the Duroc stock and thi the Sunday School session. A busi of whom now live in I'xington, was 7 in thf mini i n i, thtir rrotM .. several pound ness session of the church will fol wns gagged and bound to the bod-pothat will stand first meeting of the new year and it record goes Mr. the floor, of these outside ware.!?"" ,0,,,r wh,,c-visiois very urgent thnt all who renewed better. Mr. James Clark, Sr. call low the preaching service which all of her room by nn intruder who housemen nnd quoted a recent de- their membership to this Post for the our attention to the fact that he members are urged to attend. Financing. Is Nest Mov.. demanded where her money was hidof tho Supreme Court of the I There will be a service In the Final plans snughtered six hogi, all of the same den. The dispatch says: Now that the warehousing problem year 1922 be present. United State that In uch caiea thu banquet will litter, that were 351 days old and church every night next week with "When I T. Kirk, grocerer, remight obtain an injunc- has been successfully met and solved, for the Association the exceptlifn of Wednesday eve the total weight of the six, was turned to hi homo at 652 North tion nnd W the offenders for dam- the next great move of the associ- be made. pound, or nn average of 3C5, ning, beginning nt 7:15. Tho services Lime Street tonight, he found his ation will be tho financing of the ages. showing a gain of over one pound will be of u devotional nature for wife tied to n bedpost and gagged. 1'resident James C. Stone called 1021 crop, and of the transfer of the Why You Should a day from their birth. Can anyone the discussion and exerciso of the A masked man had entered the the' meeting of tho warehousemen to warehouses. prayer life. An earnest Invitation is beat these records? several hours before, tried to was Arrangements have been inado order. He said the contract extended to all members and the house her and failed but overclear but that )f any warehousemen with Louisville banks for temporary - chloroform 5th. reason You know what you general public to nttend these serpowered her after n struggle and did not fully understand It provis- financing of advance payments to buy from the home merchant is repices. tied her up. The following donations have been ions, he might ask question which grower. A fund of $1,500,000 will resented to be and that he stands On Wednesday evening there will During tho struggle Mr. Kirk would be umwered until it was clear bu created for this purpose a soon back of what he sells. Do you know made for these suffering people: bo union prayer services at tho Presand $ 50.00 byterian to him. Mr. Htono said ho did not a the Association indicates its need. thl of what you buy away from Thanksgiving offering Church, which it is hoped, knocked tho mask from his face she was able to glvo a good descripFor freight on box of cloththink any of tho warehousemen de- This fund will be resolved as credit honief will be largely attended by memtion of him. 10.00 bers of all churches. ing sired to take any advantage of Uio gradually is extended by Govern0th. reason You and yours have The intruder demanded to be told 121.00 association and ho was certain the ment or private sources of credit. a chance to get back a part at least Net proceed from play where money was hidden in the 5.00 association wanted no advantage) A petition to tho War Pinanco Cor- of what you spend here, while mon- Mis Sallio Lou Myers New S.OO house. She refused to tell him and over the warehousemen but that poration will be prepared next week, ey spent away from your homo town It. II. Matson Mr. Thos. S. Pieratt, the hustling he left after ransacking tho place." 8.00 both parties desired to do the fair for loan on the security of ware rarely gets back Into tills community. Haptlst Sunday School 130.00 merchant of Buckeye, has recently Presbyterian Church thing. He thon Introduced Ware-hou- house receipt. Negotiations have Geo. Sutton, of Crab Orchard lost secured the agency for the Delco BaHarsl's OUUsk Flour is purs, Paint Lick Presbyterian Manager Ralph M. Barker, who been begun to tap other credit reser 100.00 Light Products and is advertising his barn Friday night by wind storm. Church sad deUeieti. Il Is ssasU repeated what Mr. Stone had said ve In. salthfl 3.16 same in this issue of the Record, His loss waa $2,000, half of which Arrangement arts being made for ta a spotlessly eUaa ssiM of the ftaeel Private Collection about the spirit of fairness that ought Your name to this list will pro- Mr, Pieratt has sent a man to the wss insured. to prevail between the association LouisvHIe and Cincinnati banks to f whsac. Its thsMssade of satisfied Try long the life of a starving Armenian. factory for several weeks work, Mitt warehousemen, and said he ex- - underwrite large block of the Mock isser testify to Us eseelUeice. It pays to insure with the man Mrs. E. C. Gain, where he will acquaint himself more maiesff eiei HamiUas JtlsUl sack today. Wo deliver Im ttws, and bond Issues, if the growers do County Chairman. thoroughly with this splendid plant, who" stays. See GAINES. Hwdeess Fsrmau. en trolled by not desire to held them. The 1M warehouse c cam-palg- Hundred of hi friend were con gratulating Hon. W. H. Mrown, here latt Monday upon hi ! a Maiter Commissioner of the Circuit Court, by Judge Cha. A. Hardin, the appointment coming, unsolicited to Mr. Ilrown as a Christ-ma- n gift ami one that he nml hi numerou friend are proud of. Mr. Mrown has made one of the the Garrard Cirbest Commissioner cuit Court has ever hail, and he is also one of Garrard county' most staunch and loyal democrat. This he demonstrated thoroughly to the party by hl mnnlflrcnt work for the party during the last county giving unstintedly of his time In whooping the boy up and to him much credit U given for bringing down the large republican majority to wlth'n almost the grasp of the democratic party. The position Is a very lucrative one and I good for six yeats of the present term of Judge Hardin which begins with the new year. To Judge Hardin, the people of Garrard county extend their appreciation and gratitude; to Commissioner Mrown they will extend hearty congratulations. (Jar-ran- LOUISVILLE NEXT Holiday Meat Wanted. Regular Jury Sanders Price Prize wart-hous- Please . er mid-yea- n, ex-.e- . Several Christmas Trade on Happy Birthday ty-fo- son-in-la- Records Baptist American Gagged And Tied To n st n "Get-to-gelhe- 2,-1- ' Trade In Lancaster Near East Relief .. - Agency se a k k v The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky. Thursday. Dac 29. 1921 JANUARY CLEARANCE SALE Begins Thursday, TAILORED SUITS, DRESSES, 29th, 1921 This is our Annual January Clearance Sale and during this Sale we will offer everything in our store at Reduced Prices, for this Sale Only. This means COATS. WAISTS. SKIRTS.CORSETS. UNDERWEAR. HOSIERY. DRY GOODS. WASH GOODS. SILKS. LINENS. NOTIONS. AND SHEETS, COTTONS, ELSE. SILVERWARE, JEWELRY. BLANKETS EVERYTHING We mention a few items merely to show the scope of the Sale, but everything is included AND CUTS ARE DEEP. Terms Cash. WASH GOODS 19c Shirting Cheviots Dress Ginghams 29c 45c Anderson Ginghams 59c Peter Pan Cloth 45c Devonshire Cloth 45c Imported Jap Crepes Best Punjab Percals Best Calicos All Wash Goods Reduced. Pre-shru- nk No Goods Sent on Approval. 15c 19c 33c No Exchanges TABLE LINENS 45c 35c. 35c 15c 10c TAILORED SUITS ONE-HAL- F PRICE FURS ONE-HAL- During this Sale wc will offer Real Linens at . lowest prices since 1917. We offer pure Linen Table Damasks at $1.60, $2.40, $3.20 that sold last year at $4, $5, and SG a yard. Table Cloths and Napkins are all e reduced. Bath Towels and Hunch Towels in Union Linen and All Linen, Madiera Hand Embroidery Napkins. Table Cloths and Scarfs at great reduclike-wis- LADIES' FURNISHINGS Gossard Front lacing Corsets, Warners Rust Proof Corsets and Redfern Corsets will OFF. be offered at All our Hosiers' has already been HOSIERY marked down to New prices, but will be further reduced during This Sale. All kinds of Muslin MUSLIN UNDERWEAR Underwear, including Philippino Hand Mnde, will be greatly reduced. And Bath Robes will be offered KIMONAS during This Sale at reductions of CORSETS ONE-FOURT- F PRICE tions. eat AiMtketf Aereti Gmgltenu, 12tc a yard. H ONE-THIR- D ALL COATS OFF SPECIALS 50c Counter full of Extra Largo Bath Towels and Hem Stitched Union Linen Huck Towels were 85c. Mc Outing Gowns, sizes 10 to 20 formerly sold at $2.50 and $:i.00. 15c Stevens All Linen Crash Toweling. ONE-FOURT- H. DIX-MAK- E HOUSE DRESSES WOOL ( SILK DRESSES F PRICE ONE-HAL- $3.80 $2.50 Itc For For Fine quality 10-ya- rd 10-yard 36-in- ch Piece Shynn Nainsook. Piece Imperial Long Cloth. Pajnma Cloth. COTTONS AND SHEETS During This Sale all Cottons, Sheets, Sheetings, Pillow Cases, Pillow Tubings, Indian Heads, Etc. will be offered at REDUCED PRICES. The best made Dresses on the market, fit best, wear best, best looking. At greatly reduced prices for this Sale. MUNSING UNDERWEAR All sizes and styles of Union Suits for Women and Children and unquestionably the very best Underwear made. During this Sale all Munsingwear will be offered at 20 PER CENT REDUCTION. ALL SKIRTS ONE-HAL- F PRICE ONE-THIR- BLANKETS AND COMFORTS On account of the mild weather wo have more Blankets and Comforts than we want nnd to clear the stock we will offer them at very low prices during This Sale. Blankets that are PURE WOOL BOTH WAYS, from $7 per pair up. CURTAIN MATERIALS Filet Nets, Marquisettes in Plain and Fancy, Scrims, Colored Draperies, Etc., will bi offered at very liberal discounts during this Sale. CHILDREN'S DRESSES 79c ALL WAISTS OFF D JACK TAR AND MISS SARATOGA MIDDY SUITS $5.95 White Middy Suits, all sizes, were $12.50 and $15.00. $3.75 White Middy Suits, were $8.75. STERLING SILVER ami SHEFFIELD During this Sale we will offer Special reductions on our line of Finest Sterling Silver and also on Sheffield Silver. DRESS GOODS AND SILKS All Silks and Dress Goods will be Bold ly reduced prices during This Sale. at great- SILVERWARE During this Sale we will offer The Alvin, finest quadruple Plated Knives, Forks, Spoons, Etc., in the George Washington and Molly Stark patterns "at n REDUCTION OF Seft flmkh lleaclied Cat- ExcelUat Yard-wid- e ONE-FOURTH. SUIT CASES AND BAGS Wo have an entirely new lino at prices very much less than lust year's prices, but during this Sale wc will offer theso at decided Reduction, for Thia Sale Only. Fine Assert meat Imported Wtvn Strip Skirting Madras Greatly Reduced. PHILLIPINO UNDERWEAR. Our Special $2.98 Govns will be Our Special $3.98 Gowns will be FINE UMBRELLAS VERY CHEAP. $2.25 $2.95 ten 12 1.2c IMPORTED CHINA PLATES, HALF PRICE. RES-ERVATION- EVERYTHING ABOUT THIS SALE WILL BE FOUND EXACTLY AS REPRESENTED, NO EVASIONS OR PRICE CARDS ON EACH STOCK AND GOODS MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES. S. f . . A. B. ROBERTSON & BRO. WnilTlbbbi Vbll IftMMMMMMMMM ft vswrv 1 MfIMttMtMfepp Th Central Racord. Lancaster Ky.. Thursday, Dec 29, 92 1 1 . 1 HRYANTSV1LLE Resolutions Whereas, Almighty fiod in Hi Infinite Widdom ha been pleased to call from thi world our beloved nnd faithful llnithrr Deacon, Mr. A. W. I MONEY TO LOAN on good city property. Fay bick on weekly Mr. nicely. Mr. Midd W X. J, llogan V i getting along llalronib were or monthly Installment!. llalcomb and Mr. JclT In Parid Friday. May me l.ee llallard wni in Knvnnaugh, Then-fore- , Oanville gihopping Thurdday. The Lancaster Building & Loan ASSOCIATION. J. K. HOIIINSON, 1 Iictfputri. President Win. S. HOPPKH, Sec't. A Tret. Take your meal, at the llrown llou.e, Lexington Street. MlM l.ettie HroiuldlM i the gue.t l.idii llroaddud of Ijinc.n of .Mi ter Mr. J W. Ilryant and Mi Hltn Hoarding M lon Mr P.. were P. in Danville ahtippilig Thuixluy Ilrowii will dhow dome of hi ihicken at the Lexington procf barrel, boxed or crate until Poultry dhow. time for planting The important Mr. ami Mr. Iiui 'Ilroadu and point to rememiier n mat tne seeii W J. Ilroailu were in Dan l n Mr. exposed to will be Injured If It ville Thurdday. damp atmosphere in which it absorbs Mary Mr. Welch Farley nnd Mt moiiture. Kllen Farley, of Lexington, were the I Hhtswy mm4 h Baa I "Wo hove an abundance of petro guet of friend Thursday. Stormed Drue Store Irilm," ay n new di..patch. Motor Mr. and Mr. Newt (ioinvy were dinner gue.t. Sunday of Mr. nnd lt know it without being told. Seed Pity the fellow who I always kirk' Mr. Wm. KaulTman, of Camp Net Boosts Yield Of Corn. ing hi own country He don't .ion. John llidmuke and Mr. Jeroma Mr. (know what others think of him Dimuuke, of llurgin, were the guest Proper dtorage I Lexington, Ky Friday of Mr. ami Mr.v II. II. Hal uf full selected seed rurn n of great comb. importance in boo.tlng the rornj yield on Kentucky farm than the Mid. Amy Dawe. of (leorgetowil careful selection of it in the lie!d, College, i .pending the Xmat holt Kxpcri specialists on the crop Miy day with her parent., Dr. and Mr. mental results cit.Ml by Italph Ken II A llawe. ney, crop exten.ien specialidt at the Hutchldon Mr and Mm. Kobert College of Agriculture in pomtit g and children, of Danville, spent the shew-tha- t out thf value of proper dlurnge, week end u guest of Mr. and Mr. weil which wa given proper! M O Kennedy ' care during the winter month pr Mm Forest ("urti. Mr. and Mr. duced yiolil. which were from 11! to Thonia. Henry Kdwardft and Miss 27 per cent higher than set ij Martha Curtis were in Danville dhop. which wad Unpropt-ristnred. p.ng Thursday In the experiment. 100 earn werel Dawes .Mm .i!lah attelideil a divided into two ettunl IhU. one Sewing Party" last Friday after-- ' heme well cared for and the . in at the home of Mrs. Annie liar-'at rl. placed in a larn where corn of Danville. t nnny cribbed. The seed which wan Dr and Mrs. it. II. Montgomery properly stored prdured yield. 1 J and chudren, of Paint Lick, were the per cent higher on rwwr il than ' I ' guet. Sunday of their parent. Mr. the seed which was stored m the barn and Mr. John W. ilryant. while the yield from the proper j ..tore. I seed were 27 per crnt li.ghrr Mr. II. II. llalcomb, Mr.. Nannie il than were those of tKc on good llroadus, Mr. Mu.. ns, Mrs. Loui Improperly attired seed. These re Guaranteed Jetf llalcomb and Itoxie Fay Mullins ulU were obtained in pite of the were in Danville Wednesday. Hiles fart that Inith loU of need had germ, Mim Florence McMurtry, Dean of nateil equally well. Women at Georgetown College, id The farm kitchen and furnace spending Nma vacation with her room probably are the bet place to brother. Mr It. D. McMurtry. More small amount of seed whi.e it Mid l.ela Kay Soott. of GeorgeI bring dried out. All attic which town College, is spending Xma varan be ventilated, which has a chim cation with her parent. Mr. and ncr uawlnir through it or which t. Mrs, Wm. Scott, of lluena Vista. located directly over a heated room II . ....I., Will Mlcs Jean and Viola Itankin, who .L... lII CMIl ft... ..... .. i . lUtH) .tnl U IflUl lie are attending school in Millersburg, form temperature, i a good place to are dpending the Xma holiday with cure corn. Other place which ran be their parentd, Mr nnd Mr. Dave special corn ued to advnntage are a Sizi Low Priced 1 Itankin. curing houe, a heated ..pare room, i Other 31 i 4 $14.75 t S.sS Mr. II. A. Dawe. Mr. O. M. the tool or waron hed or any dry and 30 a 3 32 4 16. M Moreland and Mi.d Zlllah Dawes at By using well ventilated building. 3j .B7 17.22 33 i 4 tended a "Tea" lat Saturday af34 I 4 I2.8S IB.I3 mime of the dimple hanging device, 12 31) ternoon at the home of Mm. J. I.. farmer dhould have little difficulty TTwa ate the Itmnui Dunbar Fabric, Hutlcr, of Danville. in properly curing the seed for their with 6.0U) mile guaranlrr Cunte lu a next year' crop, the specialist ay. our dale and .get lh J Iwrirfn of thrac Mr. O. M. Moreland and Mm. II. . imi a l ie. W. mf t,t After it ha remained in one of ptl M a b( w.W aawl i v. yow im A Dawcd and Mis Xllah Dawes, tw.ifcl ui t4,.alilf the suggested place for about two were the guest. at a "Sewing" Par month, the iced dhould be "dry ty" Thursday afternoon at the home bone" ami contain Ie than 10 per of Mrs. J. II. Hutching. rent of moiiture. In thi condition, Tha n tint you "fo lo Louil it Id free from any danger of being Ballard Flour vilU visit lha hug damaged by freezing during the Mill. You will b (hown through The deed of the winter COY S. SANDERS. PROP by a complent guid and your iit may be allowed to remain in thee will b both plraiant and inttructiv. place or it ran be Mured in mouse- Ballard's Obclitk flour hai no vqual Hudson aV Farnau. Mr, and Mrs. J. Hogan Itallnnl, entertained at an "Annual Xma' dinner at their home Sunday, The guest included Mm. K. II. llallard, Mi.s Mayme Lee llallard, Mr. Mary Woolfolk ninl Mid Marguerite Wool- folk and Mr Hryan llalard of Lex ington; Mr, and Mm. Morgan Sparks anil son, Hugh, Mr. and Mm. John Simpson, of Nicholasvillo, Mr, nnd Mr. Marshall (tuerratit, Mi Young, Mr nnd Mm. Ada Kinnaird, all of I.ouiivillo, it Itcdolvcd- :Ftrt, That in the presence of hi sudden departure we bow, before, Hi incident in irovidenrn Who doethi all thing well, with bleeding heart, mourning hi loss n an active arid' In the .steward-- . untiring hii over Cod' Home, but thankful that we enn say, Servant of (Sod, well done; Itest from thy loved employ; I The bottle fought, the victory I He , ' wn, ' 1Mt Knter thy Master' joy." "The pain of death are past, lihor nnd xirrow cease; long And life'. warfare closed at IU lat, mi Properly Stored soul Is found in peace. Soldier of Chnt! Well done; In thi Mi'U' Prill mfilnv. , J And while eternal age run, l!e--t in thy Saviour' joy." Second, That in hi pasting from u we, the Hoard of Deacons, have .sustained nn irreparable hew; the congregation a loyal supporter, a helpful presence, und a kindly spirit; the community one who was nlw-afound on the side of righteousne.. and the best citizenship; hi hou.e- hold n loving and devoted husband and father. "We gather up with, piu care What thi happy saint ha left hehind, Hi grace in our memory bear. Hi saving on our faithful mind." "HI. work which traced him to the skies, For pattern to ourselves we take, highly Ami dearly love, and prize The mantle for the wearer' sake." I,;. I,... TI.....I TI...I .... ..vt...,,l reavtnl wifo and children our deep-- 1 e..t and most sincere sympathy, and plead in united petition before God's throne that the (Sod of All Comfort may comfort them Hi presence and grace throughout the day and yearn to come. Fourth, That a ropy of these re solution be entered upon our record book, a copy be sent to the fam ily, nnd n copy published in the Central Kecord. Adopted by the Hoard of Deacon of the Presbyterian Church. December 18th.. t TIRE Ji Our "New Nurse" withes you a Happy New Year. So do we. Health and Beauty arc necessary for happiness. Our medicines produce the effect your Doctor desires; they are pure. Our BEAUTIFIERS are free from harmful ingredients. s Drug When you need anything a Store should have: Come to US for it. first-clas- McRoberts Drug BUCKEYE In Nicholasville Lex-ingto- Store 1 1 ''er' OWE aa . 1 tarn aav-ia- 303 R m w ;W 6.000 K m:. 3 vhii WOlUaTORES on Thursday for the funeral of Mm. Jane Walker. n Mr. W. K. Whittaker wa in Mr. and Mrs. Ollio Hogic and Thursday. daughter, Mr. and Mrs. cm Hill and Limr, Sand, Portland Cement, family have been visiting Mr. and Hudson & Farnau. Mm. Nath Uogie in Lancaster. Rock and Ilrick. n Itooma and Hoard. TERMS Mr. T. 0. Hill entertained hi and grand children to dinner HKASONAHLK. The Ilrown Hoarding House, Sunday. t. Lexington Street. Mr. and Mm. Mai Carter enterFourteen ladies met on Thursday tained a number of relatives to dinat the home of Mm. H. W.Sandem ner Sunday. packages to the , and sent twenty-twMr. Itolit. llroadilu and Anion Hroaddu. Mr. and Mm. Forest Noel sick for a little Xma remembrance. Mr. and Mm. Uradshaw and famwere in Richmond Thursday. Santa Clau wa at the Xma tree ily, of Danville have been spending Friday with present. for all. The Xmas with Mr. T. O. Hill, Mr. and Mm. TalbotCand Mr. and Mrs. Jess children gave a nice program. Hill. Karle and 0car Carter, of llerea, Mr. and Mm. Hiram Hay enterspending Xmas with their parare tained nt dinner Sunday Mr. and ent.. Mr. and Mm. Mai Carter. Mm. - L. Sanders and won, of Crab Mm. Flora Long and daughter, of Orchard, Mr. and Mr. Carl Curtis Nirholasville, have been spending and son, of Lancaster, Mr. and Mm. Mm. W. P. Long. Xma with Mr. and Forest Curtis and family, of Mr. and Mm. J. W. Jones, of Dr. Pryor, of Richmond, Alex Doty Louisville, visited Mrs, A. C. Mile John Sanders, Mr. and Mrs. George C. II. Iiyton and Mm. Hubert Carter tint of the Ray and family, Mr. and Mm. Joe J. (S. Kinnaird week. Ray and family. J. II. Conn Mr. and Mm. Leslie Sebastian have K. W. Harris WHAT CVNK MOTHCK SOU the sympathy of the community in J. S. Askins Mrs. P. Bennett, 7 Wawsyind the lo of their infant on Saturday W. O. (Soodloe Place. Middletown, N. Y., writes: "I night. have given Foley's Honey and Tar to Preaching Saturday P. M. 2:30 my little boy, and cannot recommend Memortam o'clock, S. S. Sunday A. M. 10:30, it too highly as I think it is the only medicine for coughs and colds." Pine y Phillips preaching 11:00, H. Y. P. U. In memory of Margaret for croup and whooping cough, as at ! o'clock. Crimes, who left u December 25th, well as coughs and colds. Contains no 1910 Mr, and Mr. Mai Carter, Messrs. opiate, murmur-ing- , Oh, Memory, thy relentle-Stormes Drug Store Hubert Karle and Oscar Carter were chil-dreo I- In Wed-nedda- Still Urs our waiting heart. With each returning of the dull grey When grey clouds o'ver hanging and I the naked branch with dull thud against our window pane We think again of one, a cherihed fragile flower Who went from u in the long yet- Heat which rise the hill along, Then pa.s within the blue of over-hea- THANK ter year; Faded a mist, Delco d. YOU Women AGAIN Ah tlio At eve before you went the cloud Wrapped all the hill in dimness and Our heart were filled with awe. The feathery' Hake in myriad came down low-hun- I Made Young K Ax if to bring a nbove. incss-ur- o from Light "Let your light so shine, that others may see it and do likewise." We desire to serve you in the future a we have in dauii lueak.s upon a new year the pleas-iii- privilege is atronleil uh uf aain thanking our uu.stuinent for their patronage, courtesy and good will during the year that in passing into history. pj Iftfj year brinj,' to you, to yours, and to our country the peace, happiness and prosperity that May the new is due the riKhteoua of the earth. AK'ain we $ thank you, our tiptoe o peaceful Your tleep on the stair Bright eyes, n clear skin and a body And theu the morn, no beautiful, so full of youth and health may bo nnd beautiful your rest. fair yours if you will keep your system The heaven blue, old earth, robed In order by regularly taking in pure white And on the froty air, Jhe Christma bells, COLD MEDAL King clear! Hear! Hear! Waiting itill, we hear, mid all earth's changing scene, Tim ever present llutter of an an-- : j gel'a wing, Tha world's dtandaid ramady for kldnay, livar, bladJar and utic acid lioublas, th And u in life, whispering to youj an.mi.d of III and look. In U( tinea eacn care, 1696. All druggiau, Ihtt all. We found ii nolace. far Ika Call Maal aa aaair h To the thin cold air and feathery' aa4 aaa imp laiUallaa Hakes we whisper: Never mind explaining why you (Sod is everywhere and loans the darkening hills, didn't do it. The fact that you did The robe that angels wear. 11. N. II. not it sufficient. Hang onto your patience. That The shortest sermons ure often pocttlon of which no one most effective. They have a chance care to rob you. to sink in. is one the past. J We are still adding to our immense stock and 0 carry "Kverything Found in a Country Store." Would be pleased to quote you prices on the Delco Light Products. THOS. S. PIERATT Ballard Becker & KENTUCKY. BRYANTSVILLK, s "Everything Found in a Country Store." BUCKEYE, KY. Mortality in this country i on the It may be true that the late war decrease, except in caict where tome hat many lettont to teach, but school fool ttept on the gas. it not in session. i The Central Record, Lancaster. Ky. Thursday. Dec 29. 1921 Success and Happiness to Peace to the Earth You. Standing: upon the threshold of a new year, when an agonized and crucified world awaits definite results from the arms conference, it is our earnest wish and prayer that success may ultimately crown the efforts of these wise men of nations, to the end that lasting peace may come, that sull'ering and destruction may cease, that happiness and prosperity may return, that the blessings of the Divine Creator may descend upon all peoples of lands and seas of the earth. And especially to our friends and patrons, and to all citizens of this community, we extend the compliments of the Christmas season, with the hope that the new year may bring you peace of mind, health of body, joy of heart, and success in the afl'airs of life. In token of our gratitude for the many favors and uniform courtesy extended to us. we subscribe ourselves your humble debtors and well wishers in all that is upright, just and holy. May you live happily to grace many new years yet to come. ANDERSON BROS. Gents Furnishings J. E. DICKERSON & SON Ladies' Furnishings. Pry Goods and Shoes. STORMES DRUG STORE "First Thought In DiUgg' GOODLOE & WALKER BROS. Hardware and Implements. JOE F. PRICE Insurance of all kinds. KINNAIRD BROS. Dode Itrothors .Motor Cars. BASTIN LUMBER CO. All kind of Huildinp: Material F. B. MARKSBURY & CO. Gourde Washington Flour always wins the blue. BASTIN TELEPHONE CO. laical and Lone Distance. THE PURITAN Joe GuinchiKliani Confectionery and Restaurant. R. H. BATSON Cash Store. H. C. BAILEY & SONS Produce. Hides. Furs. Ktc. i THE BROWN STORE Dry Goods, Groceries and Shoes. E. C. GAINES It pays to he and stay with the man GARRARD MILLING CO. that sticks. "Glen Lily Flour." JOSEPH'S Exclusive Ladies' Outfitters. THOS. S. PIERATT Delco Light and "F.vorythiiiK in a Country Store." HUDSON & FARNAU Mallard's Obelisk Flour. I Iluckeye, Ky. . CHRISTIAN K. CHURCH METHODIST I". CHURCH BAPTIST CHURCH PRESBYTERIAN . CHURCH II. Ilourlaml, I'mtur T. Smith, Pnitur Win. B. Kix, Pator s. Iluiltun, Pator Ths Central Record, Lancaster MJ1NA VISTA Mr. aad Mrs, Laths Braner wen In Wiknars Friday. tfcta Ky." Thursday, Dec 29, 92 1 1 . PAINT LICK Mrs. Jean Hick rri'tirtp l omu better at at Mr. William Smith fa reported tick tMe writing. Mr. Reuben Nayler went to Nleho-Issvll- Welsh & Wiseman Go's le Saturday. Mr. A. D. Scott, of Cincinnati, fa "vkltfng relative of thli place. Mr. and Mrs. John Upton made a business trip to Danville Monday. Mrs. E. C. Bowling and Mr. Nannie Jennings were in Danville Friday. Mr. and Mr. William Smith made a business trip to Lancaster Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Will Rutledge spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Mayes. Mr. and Mrs. Allle Wllllami spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Terry Stock Clearance Which You Can't Afford To Miss TEN DAYS ONLY The merchants all report a good Xmas business. Mr. Woods Walker has purchased a new Dodge car. Miis Mabel Hall spent the Xmas holidays at home. Mrs. Ell Estridgc is oh the sick Hit nt this writing. Mr. and Mr. Joe Tuney are tha proud parents of a 10 pound boy. Miss Emma Estridge, of Logan, W. Va., is here for the Xmas holidays. Judge Treadway, of Lancaster, was a visitor In Paint Lick Saturday. Take your meals at the Brown Doanling House, Lexington Street. Mr. Itodney Ralston, of George town College, spent the holidays at home. Mrs. II. L. Wallace spent Monday with her brotlier and wife In Rich mond. Mr. Frank Ledford, of Ohio, is CratcMeld. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Lane, of Ludlow, are visiting friendi and rclstlvra I af this place. .u lit.. U-- l. .1 VI........ tH Ik Tn.ul. . V J AIM ARWTI for Cincinnati, where St will accept position In tha hopltal. is spendlnK MUs Ora Adami Chrittmss holidays with her friends J and relatives in Harrodsburg. MIm Mia K. Sutton, of Georgetown, was a recent guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Scott. Mr. Ilcnnle Jennings, of Berea and Mr. Homer Jennings, of Richmond, are visiting their mother, Mrs. Nanj nie Jennings, Taakaie. Mill Feed, Ground Bar- -' lay. Wb.t MlddtUf.. Rye Middlings, Sweet Dairy Feed, Hon and Mule Iludten A Faraau.' Fesd. LOYP Bob Droaddui told four turkeys, which brought 1!7.0J. Mrs. Fred Snyder and Allie H. Kay.; spent Tueiday with Mr. J. Mr. and Mr. l'reton Snyder, Mr. and Mrs, Cleo Kay and Mr Fred December 28th to January 8th In order to reduce our stocks to the lowest possible point before taking our Annual Invoice next week, we have started the GREATEST MARK-DOWSALE in the History of the House, by giving a N here for a visit to relatives and 20 Discount On Every Item friend.1. Mr. Parker Foley was In Monday, visiting his brother. Frank Foley. Mr. Dallard Ely, of Junction City, is spending the week with his cousin, Richard Davis. Mr. and Mrs. T. II. Little welcomed n little son, born Dec. 10th., who weighed 12 pound. Miss Elizabeth Ueazley, of K. C. V., Danville, spent several days with I. Snyder were In Lexington Tuesday. Mr. and Mr. U L. Matthew and Mr. and Mrs. OUie lllack and baby and Mr. Jim Handera were with Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Kay for a bedtime tay Wedneday night. Mr. and Mrs. Marshal Kay entertained Mr. nnd Mrs, OUIe lllack and baby, Edna Earl, Mr. and Mr. Wm. S. Ray and baby, Charlotte A. and Mrs. L. U Matthews Monday night to candy party. Mr. Robert and Miss Monta Kay entertained Mr. and Mr. J. D. Ray Mr. and Mrs. Fred Snyder and littl daughter. Allle B.. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Ray, of Lancaster to a delight ful dinner Sunday. Mr. and Mr. Kir by Teater and sons, J. L. and Hogan, Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Matthew, Mr. and Mr. 0111 Black and baby, fcdna ban, were with Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Ray until bedtime Sunday night and Mrs. Jese Hay and son ipent the night. Every Article In Every Department Throughout Our Entire Stock and Store Excepting in the Department, where still greater discounts of 3 and 2 will apply; as we are determined to record the lowest possible stocks of Tailored Suits, Coats, Waists, Silk and Muslin Underwear, Millinery and Furs and are offering all these lines regardless of cost. Ready-to-Wear 1-- her father and friend here. Mr. Dewey MclTord, of Frankfort, spent Xma week with his couin, Misses Mnbcd and Grace Hall. The little baby, age about six months, of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Gaddy, died suddenly Saturday morning. It is reported that Olvln Peyton will have charge of the Machine work at the Paint Lick Garage next year. Rev. W. A. Ramsey tent a coop of Rhode Island Red chickens to the Poultry show at Lexington, this week. Mr. W. O. Anderson, who has been on the sick list is able to be up, his many friends will be glad to know. Miss Mao Mac Walker substituted at the school for Mrs. Elder during the illness of her little son, Bobble. Mr. nnd Mn. I. B. Shepherd and son, Glen, spent Monday night with her brother, Mr. Nobe Ledford and Mrs. Ledford. Mesdames Martha Ely, G. W. Conn nnd Miss Kate Ely spent from Saturday until Monday with Mrs, Joe 4, 1-- 1-- I I TERMS OF SALE Dress Goods - SPOT CASH NO APPROVALS NO RETURNS --- Paapla far Wham tlt I Naaw Tee Are always the concerning the excellence of our DRY CLEANING AND REMODELING DEPARTMENTS We have onr of the mot efficient Sal In the country. Furs transformed into the mode very quickly. Men's nnd women' garments altered In any way desired. We dye fur akin and remodel them In any way. We tailor stake Men's or ladies' mKi, SM.M up. Latest styles. W pay XM railroad fare on v mil ordered from rjr cittlem-aiaa- l as. Send goods parcel pott. no agent. We have G4 most enthusiastic aW Silks Velvets White Goods Ginghams Table Linens Towels Napkins Corsets Hosiery Handkerchiefs Underwear Ribbons Gloves Notions Toilet Goods Ladies' Shoes Umbrellas Blankets Comforts Sheets Sheetings Outings Trunks Bags Upholstery Curtain Nets Misses' Shoes Window Shades Rugs Linoleums Mattings Coats it Suits Dresses Waists Furs Milliner' Kimonas Undermuslins Welsh & Wiseman Co. DANVILLE, I KENTUCKY. THE 2S-4- TEA3DALE CO. WALNUT STREET CINCINNATI, OHIO. ComniMtioncr't Sale. Pursuant to Judgment, Garrard Cir cuit Court, November term, 1821. in the case of C. P. Curren, et ala Pin's, vs. M. H. Johnion, et als Defts., I ww on FRIDAY, DECEMBER 30th., 1021, at 2:M P. M., In front of the Court Jtoaas Doer in Lancaster, Ky., sail at wblic auction the tract of land In Garrard County, Ky., on Dlx Riv. r, near Bueaa Vista, containing 186 era. Being particularly described in one Judgment pleading of said came a which ref trance is made. TERMS Six and twelve months, equal pay- - Sank, eaee) aa bond with gsod security to Ban retained: nnnehasar ta lay as tanas awa in Fall of 1922. rmajanMannaaaam V sTBaaul lasT. . IMS. Msa rkja at tenant to asa ju aVasnMaMat a Baeaeei a s. raesaSU At b. mas -V . MM. 4a ka ieW'ICHKeiaaji' OireaH Cawt. turkey dinner given by Mr. and Mrs. Berca College It with her home Eugenia Pollard were iructta at a folks for tho holiday. Horn to tho wife of Mr. Ira Hell Mits Blanche Spcake, of Lexing Price Bourne on Danville pike Xmas a tlno girl on tho 16th., who has ton, Is spending her vacation at day. We are glad to report that Mr. been christened Jessie Mae. home. Raymond Doolin, who has underMr. Madiaon Hell Is playing op Mr. Ted Eugene Thompson attend- gone an operation at Ilerea hoipltal posite MUs Stella Yiaky, in a new ed tho B. Y. 1. U. at Lancaster Sun. is doing nicely and i expected home crial, "I'll meet you on the square." day evening. tho middle of this week for Mr. Green Kite has been quite Mr. Matthew Mitchell has return sick, since Thursday with a light ed home from Uarbouravllle where The weather prophets of tho com touch of pneumonia. munity who have brought zero weath ho ha been for a few days on bus! Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Clark were er and knee deep mows since Sept. ness. host at dinner Wednesday for Rev. hava ceased their prediction since Messrs. Newell McQuerry and Lewis Thompson and family. these "awful calamities" havu signal. Jess Alfred and Mrs. L. W. Mc Mr. and Mrs, Ed Sutton entertain ly failed. Quern' and Mrs. Alfred were in ed at dinner Tuesday in honor of Danvillo Tuesday shopping. Rev. and Mrs. Skagg, of Paint Lick. FOiNT LEAVELL. BUhW. Oaslitk Hear la aaada 1 Mr. and Mrs. Emmet ware the Mrs. Matthew Mitchel, Is In Bar a saatUss clsam aslM frssa tka iMst week-en- d guests of Mrs. Long's moth r wkMl. Try a task taaay. Ws er, Mm. Turner, of Maaisea cea. borsvllte, visiting. Haassa Faraaa. Mr. Keanr Mart, of Indiana. Ii sWUvsr la tawa. M.r W. D. Thompson was called The president of the vliiMag rsUUvas hart. Miaa aHaat Ladles' Working Society daslre to ac aamenda. of Bersa to Richmond in tae sudden death of aaawktdfo her bhaaaa and apart CaHtco, la at Heats for the aaUaays. his brother, Mr. Ewin Thompson, tSstsWsi tantftttfll tMat C0sUW f!w9 Mr. aad Mrs, Marriasn Csliiesa who waa Wiled ky a passenger train 1 fcatjailJeBsJ YaalAal HJthtunail varda a as la aauaaajusjaassjuBBj aasaVaaaj Vajajrw WWW ayaat saaaay wUa Mr. and Mrs, Pasaea, Mr. M44 lattaa and faUy, Mr, WW May year hsarfs desks ao yean aM Ma, Mata' FaKaN aaa af ta 19M, out-goi9 MARKSBURY NINA People In thi community are around, getting ready for James in Paris. Miss Elizabeth Eldridgc. of Columbia, S. C, spent Xmas with her mother, Mr. Wm. Eldridge and sister, Mrs, II. L. Francis. Mr. David Shepherd hss accepted a position at Richmond with the Dixie Garage and will move there the 1st. of the year. Mrs. Elizabeth Patrick, who had the misfortune to sprain her ankle is able to be about again, ber many friends will be glad to know. Several of the members gave the Bsptist minister and his wife a nice cast range stove for a Xmas present, also a box of good things to eat. Mrs. H. L. Wallace's Sunday School class of young ladies of the Baptist Church gave her a handsome pair of silk hose as a Xmas present. Mrs. O. W. Boyle had as her guest recently Mr. and Mr. MlUer Fields ind daughter, Annie and Mrs. Howell all of Louisville and Mrs. Osee Sisk, of Matoon, Illinois. Ballard' Obelisk Flour U pure, 'healthful aad delicious. It I L in a spotlessly clean mill of Ike finest of wheat. Its thousand of ssttsfied user testify to its scelleaca. Try a sick today. We deliver in town. Hudsea aV Farnau. The training class at the Christian Sunday School gave their teacher, Mrs. T. II. Smith a basket of nice fruit n a Xmas present in appreciation of her splendid service. , The stork visited Mr. nnd Mr. at Jess Long nnd left a tine baby boy. Positively no fox huntinsr or hunt. lie Its been christened Junior Gor of any character or trespassing on don. our farms. Any violators will ba Mr. and Mrs, Annls Prcwitt enter prosecuted. W. 8. Emory. W. A. Price. T. J. tained about thirty people-- Xma day at dinner. An enjoyable dav waa Price. Ed aad N. B. Price. Fisher Herring, Crit Meadows, Ansel Meaapent by all. Mr. nnd Mrs. Wiley Prewltt decor. I dows, John Collier, J. S. Schooler, ated a Xmas tree for the children. Joe Crlaclllis, J. M. Criaclllla, Robert There were about fifty people pres Bpsake, George Coaa, Jim Coaa, ent. All reported a good time, hav- Henry Arnold, Marion Johnson, W. E. WUtaker, Teat Coaa, J. M. ing seen two Santa Clauses. Meadows, W. T. Kiag, John Blah, Every time a new year roll in it Sam Rich, J. C. Conn aad J. T. A dan, R. L .Arnold, Mrs Victoria begins to roll out again. Aadarsaa, G. T. Ballard, Sr., JL L. People who possess good Judgment Waeds, B. L. Kelley, Doaaaaa aro able to recognise the same qual- Bros., M. u. Kiag, T. L. VaaUs, Ma ateau Mlagiaintk, J. M. Fana, ity la others. J. W. HIM, Oasaaa Broaddus, Lesjaa Lost, bat not mourned 121. Kaaals, Cyrua Daisy. They say a new arasat lweeaa (Qatar aaam tt as aaaad alaaa. We hope it aaaNaa ta years ISast aaataVSmsaaSt bbbj WW WWWfWJm J M aa wa)L at) Attention Hunters Th Central Record. Lancaster, Ky.. Thyrsday Dec 29, 92 1 1 "failure" over the arms confer- are never kept. I V THE GREAT He a performer in 1922. ence in Washington. callThe resolutcr wastes too It will propnbly see the ing of an economic conference much time in explaining why for tha purpose of stabilizing he didn't. the ll nances of the world. Wishing You Well 19 2 1 Majestic Range makes cooking a pleasure, drives awijy worrying over half cooked food, makes the wife happy-- a big investment for the husband. Call and let us tell you about them. , It will give uh a clearer in- CONN BEOS. "Live and Let Live Folks.' IE DC J 1JL L1G 3C JL sight into the ultimate intentions of the allies relative to the eleven billions of dollars they owe us whether or not these foreign obligations art' to be considered of any great er value to us than mere scraps of paper. It will see the sentiment o this country crystalizlng for or against the four-pl-y alliance that has been signed between the United States, England France and Japan. It will see this country wel on tlie road to normalcy or facing a long period of bust ness stagnation. It will see the nations of the old world emerging from their misery or crumbling into de cay. It will see humanity again on the verge of triumphacy or prostrate at the feet of dost rue , "We have sold 07,000 bottles of Tanlae and have never had a single complmnt." -- Jacobs' Phnrmncy, AtSold by Stormes Unig lanta, It. Store. !. GOOD PRICE FOR POOLED LEAF IS BELIEVED SURE President Stone Says Association Will Sell Burley Crop Ju.l At ll Wat Promised Thr Crow, has been a year replete with favors and courtesies extended to us by the citizens of this town and countryside. I 'or the favors and courtesies thus extended we express our deep appreciation and grateful thanks. It is our wih and desire that every success and you during the year happiness may nth-ni- l .19 2 2 rrt Tlmt ll Would 11. Sold. "Wo shnll sell the tulmcco pledg- d to the Ilurlry Tobacco (IroweiV Association ns we promised tlie Kronen we would sell it," said Jamc ( Stone, President nml (ienernl Mnnager of the Association, nsked at Lexington how the Association expected to sell its to handling .Many foreign countries are clam that will run of n buiic bacco. It fame it world-everso many millions of dollar ormg for Tanlac "We shall not Mump tin tohnc- - into wide year Stormes Purr Store. It co, said .Mr. Stone. "Vie intend "We realise, too, that we mut to merchandise it, and already we Poor little ilinocent I'JS'Jt DftOMl. proceed with caution that no serious have received inquiries from manu eil to die within the year! mistake be made, for ttos I a real-- 1 facturer and brokers as to our abil ly big undertaking. It invntvM the! Pity the spoiled child. It k Mt ity to supply their needs. While I . .i. . . -- I -. I. l.. I.. the tobacco already sold this year inieresu. oi uie wnwe nunc, "Hut. with the exercise of reason-- ' over the few loose-lea- f floors ha able patience by our members. I am. Jinny a man owes hi popular) brought comparatively Rood prices. everything will work out j u M aWHt. ,e f,,,, hu tonifue- when grades are considered .these sure that We shall have no dlf- sale will not neccirily dictate the satisfactorily llculty Hi selling our tobacco, and If our public men could write their prices that will lie pnid for the pool- Although we are not going to demand own histories iM country would k til tobacco, much of which is of con an exorbitant figure from the monu- - verflowtng with wise ones. slderably better quality. "Vnfltmtlv n tmm..mlm1 .Miiilnl i facturers, because we desire t lo It's fartunnto we do net see frame " of work is necessary in getting ready """""" at the s.ime time I feel sure that the wmes too early In the mirnhtc to handle the tobacco of 55.000 grower. I here is the taking over, ,,ri,c'T UT e ,elwfcwr We might not recognize them. w,! " of receiving plants, the working out In the gwsd oh I .lays it was the an.l establishment of a grading sys-- ' "",m,"W; rml that made bays smart, but the tern, the preparation of proper re-- ' There may be something in thery. mstdern ysugiter needs no asaiat ceiving and credit form, the engag-- i but it requires practice to dig it out. aace wg ot the right kind of working' personnel and otherwise taking care It is astonishing how quickly Tan- Iloom and Hoard -- TKRMS of the many details required in the lac will produce results You usual perfecting of Mich a big organiza- - ly feet better from the wry ftrt The llrown Hoarding House, tion as will be nccesary for the!doe Stormes Drug Store l 12 Lexington St when ; V. 1 -f t ion. Much will occur within the year. Perhaps you think there is The Central Record These great questions of nothing you can do for this Sl.SO l.su.d W..WIr. Yr. town during world import may not be de the coming year. Payable la Advaaca. If so, you arc modest by far cided by the people of this J. E. ROBINSON. Editor, community, othor than such a. L .ELKIN, Local Editor and Mgr. too modest. weight as the voices of a few First, you can Improve the may have among the many. Cntered at the Post Office in appcarence of your own prop I Jut Ky at Second-ClaMidi though we are lew in erty by inaugurating a weekly Matter. numbers, we yet are not with "clean-up- " system. You'll be obligations. A solemn surprised at the difference it out r THE AMERICAN PHESS ASSOCIATION duty confronts us, as a colloc will make. A few little touch tive community and as indivi es here and there often trans Ky., Dtceato 29. 1921 Lucasler. duals. form a place. That duty is to labor toward When you see your neighbor conRattt For Political AnnouaccmaaU. doing the same you can en the restoration of normal For Precinct and City Office.. 5.00 ditions in the business world, 10.00 courage him by complimenting For County Offices to foster a greater spirit of For State and District Offices.. 15.00 him on the improvements he patriotism and fidelity to our .10 is making. For Calls, per line lie will .. .10 his work is appreciated feel that country, and to lend our aid For Cards, per line by othto the salvaging of such is is For all publications in the interers and will be more disposed est of individuals or expresto continue it. Then again he left of the civilization of the sion of Individual views, per world. .10 may pass this spirit of fraternline If the nations of the earth .OS ity along with like results in Obituaries, per line and the peoples of the nations other places. will unite in this work of restor As The Editor Sees It. You can do much toward in- ation the year 1922 will pass stilling a neighborly feeling nto history as the one in which As the new year greets us, and comradeship on the part let us cheerfully pass the greet- of the people by simply ex- the mind of man emerged from ings along to each othor, with tending transitory darkness to light, a little of your own emphasizing the determinaa determination to do that sunshine to those around you. I tion of humanity to again elewhich is permitted us to do in A pleasant smile on your up this com vate itself to the higher and r.n effort to build face invariably brings another nobler plane of enlightened munity and enhance the wel- one to some other face. Christianity. fare of every individual citizen How simple it would be to Peace be with you and all thereof. make nn endless chain of these There are many ways of do- smiles and keep them perpetu- peoples during the ensuing year. ing this ,but one way especial- ally on the move! May we do our part, as we ly comes to our mind at this And what a wonderful difexpect others to do theirs. time. ference it would make in the We are in the habit of look- home life of the community! ing upon our municipal officiYes, there is much that you Resolutions And Doers. als as our public servants, who can do for this town in 1922 Making resolutions is easy. are expected to do our bidding. if you will. Breaking them is quite as But the faithful performance Modesty is commendable, easy. duty is not incumbent alone but don't carry it to excess. of This is the season when the upon them. It dcvelopes equalresoluting citizen is busy makly upon us as citizens. We The juvenile brain is quick owe a duty to our officials, just to receive impressions, and ing new ones, just as he has as they owe a duty to us. those impressions are often been making them year after year since he has been old That duty is to aid and assist lasting. enough to resolute. them in their labors for the The children of today are As a community we are lim common good. as we make them, and the men If there is one single condi- and women of tomorrow will ited in numbers ,but we possess tion existing in this town that be but the product of the chil- the brains and the power of will to do that which we unis not as it should be it is our dren of today. dertake if the same is within duty to point it out to them, Kindness and consideration in order that they may give it extended to the child is never the bounds of reasonable pos consideration. wasted. It grown with the sibility. 'Kesoluting" won't accom If there is an improvement years and In time is passed on that can be made that will be to the children of the next gen plish this result, but 'doing" will. justified by circumstances and eration. Therefore, let us forget the will be of benefit to the comIt Is the inception of the subject of resolutions and conmunity, it is our duty to bring milk of human kindness. centrate on the more profitable that to their attention. We have not only our duty In other words, our duty as to our children to consider. one of dnily performances. citizens docs not end with cast- We owe a duty to posterity asi We can't expect to set the ing our ballots at the polls. world afire with our energy well. and our perseverance, but wo The men we elect to public ofIn the infancy of the new keep a small portion of it fice are entitled to our encour- year let us consider those who can agement and loyal support in warm and in a healthy and arc just emerging from their all that is for the welfare of own infancy. We should do thriving condition. Some people say it is betthe community no less. ter to make a good resolution We cannot be lax in our duty and expect them to reand break it than not to make Believe it, if you main zealous in the perform- The New Year And Us. it at all. What of the new year? like. ance of theirs. Uut to our mind the fellow road is a good What of us? The fifty-fift- y It is more than likely that who quietly goes to work and one to travel. It is the only road upon 1922 will be a momentous year does things is worth a dozen of those who spend their time which a real community spirit in history. in making new resolutions that is encountered. Lan-castew r...ii,t f, ,..,. 7 ........ HIGH TOBACCO PRICES THE 1 PREVAIL AT PEOPLES TOBACCO DANVILLE, WISE KENTUCKY. Mr Forest Curtis, of Garrard county gets 65cts per Pound for one basket of his tobacco and an of $52.97 per hundred for his whole crop. av-erage The Peoples Houses will hold dally sales until the market closet. The houses are open night and day for the reception of tobacco. Growers t9day were highly pleased with the prices they received. Peoples Tobacco I. If. DUNN, President. Wareh'se Co 2 Incorporated DAN VILLI, KY. The Central Record. Lancaster Ky., Thursday, Dec 29 1921 The New I Store. j ' ' egimimf Monday, Jan. 2nd., and doling Jan. 7th., you will be entitled to one guest on THE $7.50 CASE OF P. & G. SOAP. With each purchase of soap you et one rucm Call for it. Thii conleit run for one week only. A .stop Ill, in a step in tli rHcht direction. MIm Helen (Silt entertained Wed-- ( nesdny afternoon nt n tea in honor of Mr. James Anderson, of Okln. The home was hcnutlfully ilecorntcil in Christmas emblems and n delicious salmi course wm served. Mr. FEATURE PROGRAM Promised At The Tenth Farm Convention To WE ARE PROUDLY GRATEFUL Ken-erotisly It. K. Meltoherts have returned from n visit to their dnughter, Mr. Ilucknrr Spindle ami Kentucky Farmers A ad Wirt Mr Spindle, in Norfolk, Va. They Have Bannrr Convention J also visiti-their ion, Mr. nml Mm. Ware Mcltohert., in Atlanta, (in. uary 31st. February Mm. anl to otrr friends and patrons for their support so Riven us during the past year. We hex to assure you that it is appreciated to the fullest extent. We hespeak for each of you a full measure of success in 11)22 and succeeding years. 2nd., And 3rd. Miss Margaret Cook, of llnnvllle, gave a ilinner party this week In lion. FRANCIS-SMIT- H Lexington, Ky., Tentntivc plans for of of Mr ami Mr. Ilurton Stnpp, Home of I lu city. The gue.t from here the Tenth Annual Farm ami College were Mis Marilee l.enr, MIm Mary Convention to bo held at the of Agriculture Jan. .list., ami Feb, W T Went, of llowlmir (ireeti,l Mnc Walker, Mr. Willie Mnc Klllott, Mr I want to buy a single key board, noorxxn Mr. William Kinnaird and Mr. George 1st., 2nd. and .Ird., hnve advanced I x Remington, Roynl, Monarch, or Im C. spending Chrlstmns here. far enough to insure men and women hwlnchroad. Classified Column Smith Typewriter. Hnve you one of the State n program which will Mr A. T. Andersen has returned for sale in good condition? Write The fallowing announcement has deal with ninny important problems from a visit to hi sisters, Mr. Hox 402, tanenster, Ky. received by friend here and of the farm and home, acconling to Indian-apol- i. been and Mrs. .Veil Vori In RATESi rend with much interest, for the popu- an announcement by N. It. Klllott, Hlack Howard for Lost Dog: Single Insertions 1c a word A IWUt Mtatlsa el ths Comlnji ind lar bride was one time n resident of wliJi Is in charge of the program, and tan dog, last seen Dec 13th., Oolitgs by Tht Wt Ait Inlirtilid In. Dr and Mrs. J. S. Gilbert and this city: being made to No ad taken for less thnn 20c Thisear, plans are running fox toward Mt. Hebron son, Jame, of Hazard, Ky., ltave "Mr. and Mrs. Joe McCormlck give special attention to sheep, beef In this column. No ads In this church. Reward $8.00 for hln rehern spending several day In Lan- announce the marriage of their cattle .dairy, swine and potato subcolumn charged. Geo. Ilurton, Lancnstcr, Ky., turn. sister caster. jects In the general program of the Mr. Hoi Itn.tin was a Visitor in Jamie McCormlck Ramsey Route 3, box 230. Seven insertions for the convention. The final program ts Danville lat week. to Mr. Victar like. Mm Mary Nkey price of five. nnmes of expected to contain the Mr. Walter Payne Morrk Rwe, Mr. and Mrs. Osear Hallnrd, Single Comb Dark Hrown Leghorns, Mr. llright Herring has bren n Mnml.iy, December twenty-sixt- h many prominent Phono orders must be paid v exclusively, vigorous winter laying all ef near Danville, have been recent Nineteen hundred ami twenty-onrrcent visitor in Danville. speakers an well ns a number of promptly, 5 strain. Early bargain in cockerel., vuiiur. in (Miirntler. Ashvilte, North Carolina." 5 Kftituckinns who wil disAt Heme Mm. F. I'. I'rliWe have Mr. and if taken nt once. Stock carefully Mr. ami Mr. Sam Caldonhrrg ami after January 10th., l'J22 cuss (HlTerent phases of these suselected nnd gunrnnteed purebred. returned from a few days stay In 1.1 Pienton Drive." little mn. Victor, nf MIKipil, are bject. In connection with this phase Phone 53 Y, Hryantsvillc Kxchange. Louisville. FOP. SALK: Stack or Oats guest of Mm. GMnberg' pi rente. of the program, a number of demonMr. and Mm. W. M. (logic V. F. Hrickey. Mrs. Jno. Nnylor, Huenn Vista, Ky. Mr. ami Mm. I). Gulley. MIm Hettle We.t spent Ckritron annaunre tne marriage of their strations and exhibits are being ar- 115.00 per ton. daughter ranged to point out important farm day with MIm Mabel Untuning, of Mr. ami Mm. Herbert Phillips, ef Lily Frances practices to farmers and their wives. Winchester. Manure Spreader, $100.00; Oliver Take your meals nt The Drown to Cerbin, are guests of Mrs. Phillips In addition to the general program Hoarding House, Lexington St. Riding Plow, $50.00; Second Hand Mr. Charles Deltrich Ml Kllza of HiynRfovtllc, sister, Mm. Will Kmbry and Mr. features, a number of others are be- ( 1 Saturday, December twenty-fourt- h Cook Stove, $20.00; Heating Stoves, spent Momlay with her sister, Mr. Kmbry, on Maile avenue. ing planned to round out what U exNineteen hundred and twenty-on- e $;.50, Cook Stoves. $21.00; Hreech-inWilt DIckerson. Jelfemonville, Indiana." pected to be the most successful conr, Tnke your meals ut The Hrown Mr. Willi Klliett, Southern $8.50; Collars, $1.00. Alum-nluThe above announcement was held Mrt. Pearl Hay, ef Santa llnrbara, ware granite ware and many blter known In the railroad quite a surprise to the friend of the vention everhome In the State for Hoarding House, Lexington St. makers. farmers and (12.22.3t.) Calif., I visiting hr sister, Mm. circle at "IVte," spent the Xmas contracting parties, who other things at cost. are wishing Throughout the four days of the I.es)le Sebastaln. halklay wit Mk Allene Thomas. J. R. MOUNT & CO. them all the happiness tlmt tin- - New convention, a special program will Hutter Cup Hulbs for John On-il-l Hryantvll!e. Ky. MIm Vivian Prayther, who is Mrt Henry Faulkner, of Hills, Year anil many more yearn may bring be conducted for farm women in sale. Phone Head the bag that contains the . . Wm. Hlce. flour you use, if bleached or phosuliipK fhi u'fll lnnr liiti..intvK Kv a builnrm srkeel in Chh-nati- , bore. Ubkt, and Mr. Itoy llaync, them, The bride is the charming and,bolJl naUonn nn(l 5taU. authorlH. I f Wnhingten City, are guest of home for the Xma keM4n)s. phate. ued. Remember the govTKHMS Hoom and Hoard popular daughter of a former (Jar- UMr mathrr, Mm. W. II. Mason. )roM,.ms of homL. maang nn, ernment has spent a half million Mr. and Mm. John MrKee, f Dsta rard.te and is beautiful in everything, This mrt of to prove it is injurious to health. i.ro- The Hrown Hoarding House, Miss Helen McCarty, of Atlanta,! the word implies. vine, spent Ainas wilft ner hrsMIHT. grnm will contain the names of some Lexington St. Glen Lily is the only one you can Ttwinsas asM fsm- - s t tne eily for a few Hnv the Mr. and Mm. Jp buy that contains neither. of the most prominent worker m tty. KtieM uf Mr. and Mm. it. I.. Hum' Garrard Milling Co. the Woodrow Wilson Foun- plans.country' according to present I lint standing n Hig Type Poland Mr ami Mm. J. K. ItobiniMin 'and Mm. hpharim llrnwn has reUira-- . China Hoar nt $1.00 cash. ' Mrs. Harold Oldham The "Itural nml little ed from a visit to her snather, Mr.! Hiram Land, To A Mistake. Movement To said to be the llrstLife its Conference." In l.trxiag- - daughter, wh havi hetui vMting her of kind held in Huckeye, Ky. Iftttabeth CoHier Sim I have not removed to Richmond. Kentucky .promnes to be another mother, Mrs. Clayton Armsld, have ten. Be Launched On Nov. 15th., 1 reopened the RobinTEHMS Hoom nnd Hoard feature of the l'JL'2 convention. returned to their Iwni' in Itlehmond. son Hospital at Hcrea, and I am Mm. It. K. Henry nasi Miss Helen Itural home, community and permanently located here. Phone Drive. Mr. and Mrs. John N. Itrown, of Itobinson, af l.xingtm, nave Wen Hoarding Hou.e, The Hrown church problems will be stressed in guests of Mr. and Mm. J. C. Itabta-son- . Louitvile, are spending the holidays Lexington St. Hcrea. 111. atthe conference program in an Signed, R. F. Itobinson, M. D. with Mr. II row n's parents, Mr. and With the date for the foniial open- tempt to bring about an organizaVictroln, large SALK: FOR Mm. J. 0. Ilurnside on the Itlehmond ing of the Woodrow Wilson I'ounda-Uction of plans for the betterment of Cabinet size, good a new with recMr. and Mm. I.eyd Hourne ami rami. Campaign only three weeks oir thes instructions in the State. daughter,! jyrw gursts Friday of Mr. ords, at half price if sold at once, Notice. Kentucky leaders in the movement Three night are being Ova Olhur and Mr. Iitiis Mi and Mm. Taylor lloue In Crab OrI S. Young, Hamilton Ave. nre busy putting the finishing touches planned this year as an added atThere will be n meeting of the DiMslin af this county were married chard. to the state, county nml local organitraction for the convention people. Are you using bleached flour or stockholders of the Hank of Hryantshome of Itev. Mantey on at the The naming of precinct These will be Mr. Jee Wheeler, of Iterea, is Thumday evening. Hint gentleman sations. devoted to a little In- flour to which phosphate has been villc, Tuesday, January 10th., for tho committeemen is now in progress, ternational Livestock Kxposition, an added? Kither destroys the food purpost of electing officers for the visiting his mother. Mm, Dora Wheel, olHclating. and hy January luth., next, it wf address by Aaron Snpiro, Caifornia value, use (Hen Lily it has neither. ensuing year. er, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Hen Wood. Mlu Johnetta Farm is spending exprcted that 20,000 Kentucky men, marketing expert and a banquet for It. P. Hrown, Cashier. Garrard Milling Co. the Iwllday season with her parents, women ami children will have been farmers ami their wives. (It.) Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Price have re I Mr. Defend your health use (Hen an it.Mm. John Farra. Miss Far. etilitet in the cause. turned from Pittbuty. Pa., where rn is a atutlent at .Nazareth, near Kentucky has been asked by th Lily Hour; no bleach, no phosphate Ad On The Fence. added, pure rich nutty flour, Gar- Loans, Loans, Loans they have been spending their' honey llnrdstown. directing the national campaign to t lave my country's rock nnd nil rard County wheat. moon. on contribute 80,000 towiinl the founDr. Dan C. Klkin, and feign would move from otr he of l)oton. Garrard Milling Co. Mr. W. J. WtUan. of Howling Man., is here vwitlng hit mother, dation, and it is the hope of Judge hill the billboard ads for live FARM LANDS (ireen, Joined hi wife hre far a Mrs. II. - PJkin, who remains Uite Hubert W. lllngham. State Chair- pill. I love I will pay cash for Indian arrowto gaze on some old man, and Mm. S. M. Wilson, Vice visit to her parents, Mr. and Mm. ill t. Liberal nt the home of her sister, Mr. Chairman, that thi goal may I,,, ' narn inai stand uy wooii or rocK or head and flint spears that are J. K. Mount. I luv.' G. A. Abbott. Kufnt tarn Mlrv,4 t.n.l J. K. Itobinson. reached on the opening day, Jan& MOULDER Care Chamber of Commerce. lines, its weathered boards onks Mr. and Mm. James Anderson, of HUUGIN, KY. Miss Mary and Charlie Kttnore, uary tfith. They are basing this ami pines. I love its silo, from and ( cribs Oklahoma, who hnve been guest of tearhem of the North Carolina hope on the knowledge that Office, Citizens Bank & Trust Mr. and Mm. Kichard Andersun, have School for the Deaf, generally, irrespective of nwiws, ita Plymouth Hocks and brin are spending LOST: Christmas day, between Company, heart with returned home. politics, are for the principles the die cows; my farm-borthe ChrMtmn holidays with their gate on toll (tf.) swells w lien I inhale its rich hchool building and parents, Mr. and Mm. W. J. KImore foundation is to promote, and that Pleasure Mm. J. II. Walker and Mrs. James Hut O I hate to see its Richmond pike exhaust from prong they will welcome un opportunity to, "I10 " Hurniide, of Itlehmond, have been Gr?jSS exposed to road or railroad whistle. Return to C. M. Hulett or Blue Gasoline Mm W. II. Mason, Miss Sue Shel contribute a fund that Ml .In' ha guests of Mm. l.ucy Hudson and Mm, by Mnfteu, Mr. and Mm. J. K. K- much to stimulate effort in behalf tmpL ... t.tiirint. nulti, ..iv.. .Lint., f tl this olfice and get reward. ........ In IH'.l'HUI quicker, gives W. O. Klgney. Imore, Mr. and Mm. I.uther CIMx of peace through Jutice, the improve dope on some one's doublf-actlowere dinner gueita Tuo.day evening ment of public service, nnd the pro. soap, of urge relief from human ill FOR SALK OP. RENT: Garage more power, more miles Mr. and .Mm. W. C. Davis. Jr., of pill.. nr. Public Square. Possession given of Mr. and Mrs. W. It. Cook, in motion of intellectual achievement, hy chewing reIndianapolis, Ind., are vMting his Danville. When the nation-wid- e Address drive has Around yon curve the engine scoots January 1st., 1022. sister, Mm. W. II. Hall and father, and way worn travelers press thel sults. Once a user, albeen completed it U expcVted that in Allic Arnold, Mm. A. II. Hire, of Parkemburg, Mr. W. C. nnvl. excess of (1,000,000 will be avail-abl- e snoot. against the dusty window Colorado Springs, Colo, ways a booster. I sell W. Va., Dr. and Mm. J. M. Staugh-tofor the foundation. The yield panes, wiuie ureii eyes and weary Cnrc of School for tho Deaf. Mm. Adolph Joseph ami little of Covington, who have been from this sum will exclusively. brains drink in the peace of hills and (0 be distributed anlaughter, Doris Itoe, have returned guests of their mother. Mm. H. A. nually in four prizes ret .re individual plain, l orgettlng cares ami lack o Dr. Prentis Walker. from a visit to her parent, Mr. and II, Mnrkhury, returned to their or uroup that has Lost, strayed or stolen from my rendered, within a cash, they gaze on fields of succotash, Mrslloner, in Louisville. homes today. specific period meritorious service to (ireen growing proves where dryad place, a yellow sorrel mare 5 yrs. old Jow-phlnMiss Van Creenleaf, little Mis. democracy, welfare, libeal thought, roost and babbling brooks their spirits sound and on the pony order. Find Miss Angle Kinnaird, Mis Cost Hurnside nnd Miss Lucille Sut Margaret Creenleaf, Master John thought, or to peace through justice., boost. To keep these haunts for er please notify me and receive re Joe Ashbrook, That our advertisers and readers Administration of the fund will be nymphs and Pan, the bilious billboard ward. ton, teachers in the Indianapolis Shackelford and little Miss Mary Hob Adnms Junction City, Ky may appreciate the extreme low price Schools for the Deaf, arc spending, Shackelford, of Itlehmond, have been entrusted to a Hoard of Trustees let Us ban. wo charge for advertising in the Rec the Christmas season with their of Mm. Kmmn KnuHnian and composed of eminent Americans, (Jet your New Year's dinner from ! Miss A national committee of 'JK0 repord, we take pleasure in printing beFratikie Kaulfman. ents. the Christian Kndeavor Kxchange at OR RENT: One low a table showing the cost of ad FOR SALK resentative men nnd women tins un Hasclden's store Saturday, Dec. 31st. seven room house, extra large lot, vertising In the leading magazines in dertaken to establish the foundation. reetingsl In 1023 we'll nay It on Haselden Heights, known ns the thu United States, giving thu price Its creation not only will honor n Sam Cotton. for each issue by the page and by the Currey place. . great American, a former President again single column. of the United States, but will pro- It is often the case that the best v '..- u method whereby public Magazine Page Column FOR SALK: One Walnut bed, will b encouraged and con- man at a wedding is properly nnmed $ 900.00 $ 255.00 one Christian Herald one one dresser, ;in stand, ucuously recognised in t lis and fuSaturday Kve. Post 5,000.00 t, 250.00 side flat top desk ture KtiiemUon. Th appeal wnl nndClve some people half n chance six drawers ondoor on one side; and Collier's Weekly.. 3,000.00 J50.00 one the other they will invariably want the be issued to nil who buheve lit tho Youth. Companion 1,000.00 175.00 desk chair, and one white iron bed liberal and democratic princilpe. that whole. Literary Digest ...1.280.00 435.00 Miss Fnnnie West, Phone 151. Mag Woodrow Wilson has so conspire 225.00 112.50 Just to demonstrate the depth of 12.22.2t.-p- d Uncaster, Ky. Harper's Mag. ously ehainploned and who wish to American ...1,200.00 12'J.OO our brotherly love, may you enjoy I ierpetunte the Inlluviice 3,600.00 1.000.00 of America's your Christmas ns we hope to enjoy Hemstitching and picotting ut Delineator great war leader. 700.00 260.00 tnchnunt works on any sowing ma Kvvrybody'a ours. For all that you have ilono for ua the pant y?ar ' Kentucky headquarters for the 750.00 chine, enlly adjusted. Price $2.00 Form Journal ...2,205.00 we thank you. foundation have opened in the e A fellow blew into our olTico the with Oriental Good Housek'png.. 1,000.00 357.50 full instructions. We bcK you to feel that these thanks, though Trust Hulldlng. Hoom a Ifl. 7. other day and reeled olf a rambling Novelty Co., Hot 11, Corpus Christ), Ladies' Home Jour. 11,000.00 1.000,00 j r.ouisville. simple in words, are sincere and come direct from In each county, however. discourse on thu subject of nothing. Cosmopolitan 1,750.00 013.60 lt.-pTexas. the heart. n chairman nnd vice chairman have He was speaking of the McCsll's 2, 100.00 801.00 heart of a been named to direct the cmpalgn coquette. , I want to get in touch with some McCluru's May sticccM and happiness come to you. 425.00 1,145.00 within the county borders. Contrione who will equip one or two large Metropolitan .1,100.00 360.00 butions, fter being turned In to the water for a Modern Prlscllhi ..1,680.00 420.00 Old P. T. Ilarnum once remarked rooms with running respective, county organizations, will that "a fool Is born every minute." photograph studio. Must havo eith- Review of Revlows 300.00 150.00 bo forwarded to W. W. Davis, FounThat, though, It going It rather er sky light or Northern exposure. Scribner's 260.00 125.00 GOO.M Will pay good rent and turn out Successful Fanning dation Treasurer for Kentucky, who strongnt 800.00 the rate of 525,000 a Public Square. FhtMe 206. Worn. Homo Com. .3,800.00 1,000.00 in turn will send them to National year. No wonder tho world Is stand. first claw photography. ' Headquarter In New York. Ing on its head. 224.00 Address Uox 402, Lancaster, Ky. World' Work 112.W sGossip People vv About Mary-Harri- s e .) ln, g, engi-Mee- m 17-- 1. ,,..,,.. te .) (. dation Correct For Campaign n (12-8-Ct- .) lt.-ps- l. .) The (12-22-tt- .) per-fec- Appraisements .i VORIS Ren-tuekta- n t. n Starts sixteen-horsepow- and better general n, it o Of Advertising par-'guei- ts (12-8-tit- .) YOU Have Our Thanks SGOtt & Ruble (12-22-2- - Loui-Ivlll- 1 - ckxhxkxhx txi wimmmmmn ... The Central Record, Lancaster. Ky. Thursday, Dec 29 1921 GUY. POOR RIDGE . THEY WERE CROOKED NOW THEY ARE STRAIGHT My Shoo Heels were so crooked ami Sole so worn that I could not wear them any longer. After taking them to Mr. ami Mr. Ollie Graham have movej to McCreary. MAULEY 1 WILSONShoi Hospital I Mr. Mills, of Madison spent Xma with her brother, Mr. A. N. Merida. Mr. and Mrs. John Osborn were Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mr. Wm. Hsmes, Mr. ami Mrs. Os,ar Lewis, of arc visiting Mr. and Mr. Tom Ver-sail- and leaving them for one dny, they came back good as new. ......... juuiiK Greet the new year while It m.i ku i. nut mi iinnj uiii 4 Fall Planting. OF ALL KINDS OF HARDY TREES, SHRUBS, HEDGE, GRAPE VINES, ROSES, EVER. PERENNIALS, GREENS, ETC. Green Clay Walker Law And Real Estate Money to loan on farms. List your farm for wile priv- km, of tancastrr. Mimes Maud Doolin. 41 sxr caul Prolain Cotton Saad Miss Savanah Lane win the visitor Hudson Farnau. Saturday of Mis Nell l'elphrey, of Maal for sale. Lancaster. Ray visited Misses Agnes Ml Mr. and Mr. J. I. Foley and Miss Pearlie and Maggie B. Hurt Friday Linda Taylor were visitor in Dan night. vllle Thursday. Mr. and Mr. Newton Grow pent Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Sutton were Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Ligc Boldinner guests of Mrs. Carrie David ton. Several from here were In town Saturday. Mr. and Mr. Pendeton are the proud parent of n baby girl. Mr. and Mr. J. A. Masters entertained some relative Sunday. Mr. and Mr. Kdd Moberley visited Mr. and Mrs. Dan Ray recently. Mr. Ralph Preston spent Saturday night with Mr. Orcar Whlttaker. lWfftfnfmfffnk R. E. McROBERTS, Lama iter, Kesvttteky. Crop Ration System Is Farm Balance Wheel In pointing out to Kentucky farmer that the winttr month are the one in which to plan the farm crop rotation, specialists at the College of Agriculture have cniphaslxed the fact that a rotation brings about better distribution nf farm labor, save plant food, builds up impoverished e soils, reduce lo from plant and Insect nnd produces a supply of feed. "A good rotation should be so planned that a legume, such as clover or soybean, will be grown from one to two year out of the four or five," R. K. Stephenson, soil specialist of "Since legumes the college said. are soil builder, the poorer the soil, the greater will be the demand for With legumes grown in legume. the rotation for feed and all manure carefully saved and returned to the soil, farmer should have no need to purchase nitrogeous fcrtllieini for ordinary farm crop. "The production of crops for feed or cash also should be considered Where in planning the rotation. hog are extensively raised, ample provision should be made for corn A dairy farm, on the production. dls-eashome-grown a HATFIELD DENTIST ately or at auction. is recommended in our cataOffice over J. W. Smith's Store. log. Price list and guide is FREE to every one interested in good nursery stock. No agents. H. F. HILLENMEYER Lexington, Ky. SONS Office over Tho Garrard Bamlr. Phon Offica S. Residence. 37. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. J.J.Byrne Exclusive Optometrist Offica Hour The optimist seldom worries over the future. His time is pleasantly employed in providing against the causes of worry. DANVILLE, - KENTUCKY. Opposite Gilcher Hotel. 8 la 12 and I to S jav- - and Ileulah Yater spent the yule tide in Stanford with Mrs. P. C. Prichett. Mr. and Mr. Albert Phillips, of Corbln, were Xmas gucstsof Mr. and Mrs. Tom Yantls. Mesdames C. K. Henry and James Ynntlwere Saturday visitors of Mrs. Bsscom Pelphrcy. Mr. amt .Mr. T. U amis were recent guest of Mr. nnd Mrs. Wm. Kmbry. of Ijincaster. Mr. J. P. Foley spent the week end with hi parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Phillip Foley of Hackley. Mis Lee Anna Osborn has return. ed home, after n visit with Mis Sal lie Durham, of Jessamine. Mr. John Morri and children, of Kockcustlo, arc visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Merida. Mr. and Mr. Wm. Scott and sons. dene und Hilly Hrown were shop pers In Danville recently. Miss Mary Hrown is spending the Christmas holiday with her parents, Mr. and Mr. George Hrown. - Miss Sallie Polard and sister, of Indianapois, are visiting relatives here. Mr. and Mr. S. T. Whlttaker spent Xma day with Mr. nnd Mr. Ike Duncan. Mle Alice, Agnes nnd Lida Mae Ray visited Mrs. Elijah McMillian Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Newton Grow were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mr. Wm. J A. Beazlev MINERAL DIRECTOR Office Over National Hank. JRe lidence Phone 3. Office Phone 27 'LANCASTER. KY. 1 Xr Cheapness fadeiftV Yy Service CameAtisovAy', when Mr. nnd Mr. W. T. Sutton were Xmus ilny guest of Mr. and Mr. I G. Davidson at Dr. Printus Call, Walker VETERINARIAN. Ansv.r.d Night. I Promptly Day or Phon. 317. KKN fUCKY SSB ejaBSBSSSSi A lit CORRECT ENGLISH HOW TO USE IT JOSEPHINE TURCK BAKER, Editor Wt BechdmeaRel Brjdjir all mokes of Battcricf A Monthly Magazine $2.50 PER YEAR CONN i ad Send 10 Cents for Sample Copy Correct English Publishing Co. EVANSTON. ILLINOIS. to CONN Mr and Mrs. Kdd Haker, Misses Carrie Yater and Zada Hyrl linker were recent visitors Jn Richmond. Mr. and .Mr. James Maree nnd son, Stanley, were Xma day guests of Mr. ami Mr. John I). White. Mr. C. U. Henry and little son, James Milton spent the p.it weekend with Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Clark. Misses Lucy nnd Nolie Turner, on Xmus day entertained a number of their friends. All present enjoyed the day to the fullest. Rooms and Hoard. TERMS REASONABLE. The Hrown Hoarding House, t. Lexington Street. Mrs. Hrewer had the misfortune to fall o!T the porch the past week and break her arm, from which she had Buffered intensely, but her many friends wish for her a speedy recov-er(12-22-3- Whlttaker. Mr. and Mr. 8. T. Whlttoker visit- rd relative in Ijincaster the first of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Hobart Grow spent tho week-enwith her parents, Mr. and Mr. Lige Bolton. Misses Nannie nnd Sallie Spark and Anna Mae Speake were guest of Miss l.ul.i Pretton Sunday. Mr. and Mr. Cecil Walker were gueats of Mr. and Mr. Bradford Hurdett Saturday night and Sunday. Mr, and Mr. Caleb Johnson and Mr. Bradford Hurdette and son spent Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Walker Burtlctte. Mr. and Mrs. Bradford Hurdette entertained nt an elegant dinner on Xmas day the following; Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Walker, Mr. and .Nfr. Dan Ray, Mr. and Mrs. Kdd Mober- ley nnd baby, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hirk and children, Mr .and Mr. Lewis Simpson, Mr. and Mrs. Caleb Johnson, Air. and Mr. W. Hurdette nnd children, and Misses Agne Simpson, taverne Whittaker, Messr. Orrar Whittaker, Joe Kdlngton, El mer Rut, and Ralph Preston, An njoyable day was spent. d other hand, would call for lt corn and more hay nnd pasture. "Another point to observe In planning the rotation Is to provide for a crop on each field throughout the year. Kroalon nnd leaching remove more plant food from bare fields than the production of a crop would. Special cover crops, such at rye, seeded early In the fall, will be needed in some cases as n part of the rotation to prevent this leaching and erosion. "On n hog farm, a rotation In which corn and soybeans are planted together for two years and then followed with wheat In which grans and clover is seeded should prove satisfactory from a soil improvement standpoint. In this case, ry should Ims ued as n winter crop after the first crop of corn and beans are harvested. A dairy farmer might pre. fer com one year, followed by a ry cover crop plowed under In the spring for soybeans, which would be harvested for hay in the fall. Wheat could be uied to follow this and grass and cover seeded In the grain the following spring. A tobacco growrr In the dark bell would find a rotation of tobacco, wheat and clover a satisfactory system to follow." ssttttttttttttHiMLiV Capital $50,000.00 Surplus $90,000.00 Honor Roll Bank. 4 per cent paid en time posits. Call nnd see us. J. J. Walker, President. de- W. F. Champ, W. O. Rlgney, Ass't. to the President. I. G. Davidson, Cashier. J. I. Gill. Assistant Cashier. W. F. Miller, Assistant Caihler. Mrs. Naomi Hamilton, Teller. CITIZENS r NATIONAL LANCASTER, KY. BANK. Comer Public Square nnd Danville Street. MT. HEBRON Mrs. llcrvey Montgomery is on the sick Lit. Mr. Richard Spivy, of Louisville, is with relatives here. Guy, the little on of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Duncan, is ill with pneumonia. Prof. Brown left Saturday to spend hi vacation with friends in Pcnsylvania. Messrs. Jno. Rankin and Sherin, of Linrooln, were here for the Xma program Friday, The Mine Holtxclawi, who are teaching here are with home folk for the holidays. Mr. W. I. Grow nnd daughter, Lucy, were with Mrs. Bettie Rogers ut Danville Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Hamlet Jennings, dnughter nnd son spent Xmas day with relatives in Nicholasville. Mr. Dave Montgomery and family moved last week to the home of his mother. Mrs. Mattle Montgomery. Prof. Harrod eft Saturday for a visit with friend at Preachersvitle and with home folks at Frankfort during the holidays. Mr. Geo .Logan, of Illinois, is spending a frw day with his cousins, Mr. Thomps Arnold und Mrs. Bun Swope, near Lancaster. The infant of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Sherrow wo Interred in Mt. Hebron cemetery on the 15th., and Mrs. Sherrow, who has been very slowly. Mr. Lourany Montgomery has gone to spend the winter with her daughter, Mrs. Thomus McMillian ut Locust Grove und Mrs. Lucy Preston Is with her daughter, Mrs. Jesse Duncan at Buena Vista. The entertainment nnd Xmas tree given by the school here Friday afternoon was interesting and much by the patrons as well a oththe ers. A nice treat wait given children by the teachers. Mr. Hamlet Jennings was elected by the church as Sunday School Supt. to succeed Mr. J. I. Crawford, who has faithfully filed the place for several year. Let everybody come and give Bro. Jennings u hearty co- New Dog Law Sought! y. Assignee's SALE By virture of a deed of assignment and-unde- Mr. and Mr. Wm. Walker gave an elegant dinner on Xmas day. The following accepted their hospitality and spent a perfect day: Mr. and Mr. Jim Koson, Miss Stella Naylor, of Lancaster; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tuttle, Mr. and Mr. Wm. Scott and son, Hilly Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Prather and children, Mr. Joe Prath-c- r and son, Master Herbert. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED STATES FOR THE EASTERN IN BANKRUPTCY. In tho matter of M. D. Johnson, in Bankruptcy. Bankrupt to tho DIS- TRICT OF KENTUCKY al interests before propping any amendatory rgislation. The "agricultural bloc" will pay a tlssusn Waata Lowtr Courts to Have considcrabe part In the General AsEnforcement Jurisdiction. sembly, tad the Farm Bureau conI ference on a legislative programme Frankfort, Ky.. "Old Ring" mayi said not a word about dogs. figure again in the halls of legislation Sheep men, as far as can learnat the approaching session of .the ed while not satisfied until be law the Assembly. But this time is Genersl strictly enforced, are disinclined to he will not be looked on as a victim make it any more lenient, particuof precaution, but rather as a male larly since the Court of Appeals gave factor hard to deal with. emphasis recently to the moral effect W. C H.anna, Commissioner of of the statute. A valuable dog Agriculture, is not satisfied with the strayed on to a neighbor's unenclospresent dog law. He says it is not ed premises and died a violent death. being enforced uniformly. Receipts The owner sued for damage, but the off from of the dos; license law fell Court held that the dog was an out28fi,77u in 1020 to $1M,514 for ten law. months of 1921, a shown by the three per cent allowed for adminisCovering a coffin with flowers is a tration, reported by Henry E. James, beautiful tribute, but the deceased State Inspector and Examiner, on his never appreciate it. examination of the Department. It's a wise woman who praises Mr..Ilanna believes the inferior courts should have Jurisdiction for the good qualities of her husband, He especially when she wants a new the enforcement of the law. probbly will consult with agricultur gown. r order of the Garrard County Court the undersigned will, on Wednesday, Jan. corn, hay, oats, and of brood harness, all kinds of tobacco farming of hemp 50 numerous cream separator and other articles to The purchaser will be required to execute nates with good surety except on sums under .Twenty Dollars, which will be payable in cash. Creditor of this Bankrupt: Notice is hereby given that on December 20th.. 1021, the said bank-rup- t, of Lancaster, Garrard County, Kentucky, was duly adjudicated Bankrupt; and that the first meeting of his creditors will be held at ABOUT THE HOUR OF TEN A. M. the Court House in Lancaster, Ky., pell at public auction to the highest bidder on the premises now on January -- nd 1022, at 3:00 P. M.. which time the said Creditor may occupied by Eugene Ituble, near Buena Vista, in Garrard Coun at attend, prove their claims, appoint u ty, Ky., on a credit of three months with the right to pay tho Trustee, examine the Bankrupt and entire purchnse price in cnah, the following described property: transact such business as may prop erly come before said meeting. Horses, mules, milch cows, 51 good ewes, Danville, Ky., December, 21, 1021. NELSON D. RODES, hogs, 7,000 sows Referee in Bankruptcy. NOTE Creditor cannot particisticks, wagons, pate In of the implements, seed, or the the management assets estate bushel distribution of until they prove their claims on form retoo quired by tho Bankruptcy Act, and mention. file same with the Referee. 11, 192? Lexington Florida Royal Palm Ar. Chettaiwoa 3:40 P.M. C.T.) 8:40 P.M. Ar. Atlanta Ar. Mason 12:20A.M. E.T.K Ar. Jacksonville 7:MAJM. Pullman Slrrpir.s; Car and Coach to Jf ckaonvMe. Dining Car Krrving All MraU. Florida Three Through Trains Daily 9i20A.M. Lv. Ar. Ar. Ar. Ar. ChaMeneega (C.T.) Attests Ohio Special Daarill. Lv. Danville. lot ...... ,. . . Mseo (E.T.) . . 3.-- A.M. JsckxwvWe . 11:36 A.M. Pullman SWiiing Car and Coaches . 1t:MP.M. Is (49 A.M. P.M. t JacksenviMe. Dining Car Serving AU Meal. Suwanee River Special Lv. Danville ., Afa CleatftaWeJSJA ... 1 1 i4S P.M. e3(J AaAHe Ar. AManta AT MeMeM a (C.T.) eeeeest Got a gouch on today? Bring it down and lose it among the new operation.year smiles. Your wife will not (ttXs) Ar. Tama Ar. Clearwater .. Ar. St. PtwMK. .. !! AM 11 eeee :31A.M. M SeM B:M AJM. f object. R. P. Brown, Assignee or G.4C. Walker, Atty. B. S. KUDU. JMN NHIEICIveSeW .ewtivnf ,wv. gHSfHsaM kaaaWltHR teachers They call them school through politeness, but in reality it la ths kids they teach. It Is true that all things come to him who waits, the editor of this sheet is going to keep right on moving. There are some thing we don't Ar. SarMeeti (C. TJ Caseal Haw. Pullman HUeptm Can and Coaches to AJsfc ArSr53eeewnTT","7:SS AJM. . ....,..- .. (S. S4S 7MHM. t'M AJM. IH FNSV JWSaB Wmtmr If ssmiea Tampa, St. Potennurg (Via Tsaafw) i via wsoaatewa. ; Mask. T4 Disiag Care Barring SL For Uckeis, stuping ear rassrvsllnns ar other Ufoonitina, ssye teTtehet AgetA ee VI C want. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Dec 29, 92 1 1 JUDGE 3TAPP Gives Some Facts Per taining To His Administration. Kdltor of Central Kecord, champion. Dear Sir: "KENTUCKY RANGER," sired by the largest bonr In the world. A few months ago during n short "KENTUCKY CHECKERS," it's your move. newspaycr controversy carried on through the column of the Central CATTLE CATTLE CATTLE Kecord In which I was n participant, We own more black-cap- s than any herd in Kentucky. I stated that at what I deemed the BLACK-CA- P ROYALTY NO. 253,797 AND D rimer time I would give to the BLACK-CA- P GARRARD NO. 283,601, "Herd Bulls." public a statement of facts pertain Young stock either sex for sale at all times. ing to my administration as County Visitors always welcome. Judge In which our citizens arc in ly. BRYANTSVILLE Mr. Jonee Mlddleton, Mr. It.d.l terested. n In order that no one might oumc Mm. K. II. Italian! Dismuke and Mia Mnude Crank, of i In SANDERS BROS. & AMON, PROP. shopping Tuesday. Judson were guests Sunday of Miss this statement is mnde for political LANCASTER, KY. effect, I have purposely deferred Tiny Chenthnm. tlrogll Is slowly Mr. Martin maurts making It until the contest for our SAnMasMiMsSMsasisflBiaAaMSMSS I fgmMMaHaiHBMaAkBLAflflLaLAAAHsAAaiABa after a severe attack of There has been n llftle Improve- county officers has been decided, pneumonia. ment In llryantivllle since they have and my term of office has drawn Mr. II. H. Halcomh anil Mr. Steve torn away the old court house and practically to a close. It Is my de have acquired road machinery and rived, we have always reserved Halcomh were In Nicholasvilte on are building a new one. sire now as briefly as I may, to dis equipments, approximately equaling enough feed for the County's teams, businrs Monday. Mr. II. C. Hone and Mis Mayme cuss here ax many of these questions in value the County's entire bonded which some times In the past have Mr. Ioul Hroaddus ami Mr. Cron-le- y I.ee Ilallard were In Lancaster Fri- as space will permit, and I sincere indebtedness .which in other words is cost practically as much to purchase Hurt were in Lexington Thurs- day evening and were initiated Into ly trust that every ritucn of our equal to the cancellation of our en feetl for ns the money rental derived day ami Friday. the order of the Kustern Star. county, who may feel so inclined will tire County indebtedness during my from the entire farm. Mr. John Campbell and daughter, During thu past four years our term of office. We also now have Mr. ami Mm. Jim Durham, Mr. read and consider this statement. Mlw Myrtle spent last week with As the road question was princi a splendid plant in which to store, bonded indebtedness has been reducand Mm. Joel Marsce, Mr. and Mm. friend" In Itlchmond. I Vi.:ili repair, and from which to operate ed from $33,100.00 to $22,000.00 and Mnr.. nml rhltilren were the pally the subject of discussion In the our road equipment; thnt by reason our County is In better condition to.Martee, .un. .Mr. of Mr. and Mrs. Shelby Shcr controversy mentioned, and because It i by far the greatest iSMle with Durham and Mr. Joel Marsee were nyf Sunday of having our own machines our ma- day than it has ever been within my which we have to deal I naturally In Danville shopping Monday. chinery has been better cared for, knowledge. (,MU(;h WoQMk on it. place it first. :I do not believe that I am infalland operated nt less than one-haMr. and MB. A. I. hcolt, Jr... Mnr.,rct Woolfolk. of MM I wish to say here that some state In order that you may understand the expense for repairs, etc., than ible, and doubtless numbers of miswith hi parenU, I t.xlnk,or)i Mtf expected to upend apent the week-enthrough our Coun tuny, is nvcessary to can ments were made Mr. A. I. icoii. or uinrasirr. j more attentiona to conditions as they ty paper, and also nt pubic meetings any of I our neighboring counties of takes have been made, but I am sure j ,hr w,.,.k.cnj wit, jJr. ftm your In the that if our citizens will investigate, which have knowledge. What Middlings, Ky MiilJIinfi. Hogan Mallard. existed in the past, as only by so do during the political enmpaign this matter of equipment we are now on they will find their affairs have been Hn,,. and Barley M.al, Dairy jQf utchlnii of Hryuntsvllle ing will you be able to resliie how year, that I had let thousands of a par with the other Blue (tra Mr conducted as honestly, and I may r.rn.u. an, Mrs. Mary Green, of Hurgin, ditfirult it has been to maintain and dollars, some said as much as thirty imd.on Mul. counties. Will say here that outside hope they will say competently as Mr. Alex Uytoti. ef McCreary w,.r,. mnrrled Nov. 10th., at Stan- - keep our roads even In their present thousand dollars ecap of State of the Ilichmond road contract and they have been In the past. The parties making the other smaller contracts that have road money. and Mr. Willie Uyton visited Mr fon, u,v A. K. Arnold of the M. condition. Feeling that I have performed my k. Church officiating. Mr. Ilutclun and Mr. W. J Hroaddus Friday. Without expressing any opinion as these statements hove been absolute been let on our side roads, that not duty as I have seen it, and sincerely ly misinformed, and these st.itemnts Mm. K. K. Swope, who ha been ton has rented a farm near llich to why it is true, I will state it here less than twelve thousand tons of thanking those who have operated on at the Danville hospital, mond, and they expect to move there as a fact that the roads In Carrard are wholly misleading a we have crushed stone have been placed on with me and offered encouragement County were in a most deplorblc con- covered every dollar of State road the roods by the County force alone and expressions of confidence during ha returned home and t lotng nice- - soon dition six or eight years ago before money apportioned to Garrard Coun- this year, much of it having been roll- these most trying four years, and the automobile and truck traffic lint ty during my administration. ed down and practically reconstruct- with a special feeling of gratitude In l'JIK we had no state aid con ed, ami that today all the roads of for the most loyal and earnest supbegun to tell on them. That when my predecessor, Judge Arnold, took tract, but we ilid not loose the State o'ur county with possibly one excep- port anil that I have Special Invitation to Young People over the office 6f County Judge the apportionment, as it was covered un tion ore in better condition than they always had from all the members of roods uere tn a bad condition all der the 1919 contract on Ilichmond have been for several years. our Fiscal Court, regardless of their Thu bank -- (lend to every young man or woman In this over our county is a fact that can- road. Under the war time construccommunity a pecial invitatlun to become a savings depositor. There are several other matter political affiliations, and also apprc-eatin- g the fair and impartial co not be controverted. During Judge tion price we could not have afford- that I would like to take upon ') Only by careful and systematic nvmg may you hope to Arnold's administration the greater ed to use State Aid, however, for road subject, but huve already con- operation that hus been given this acquire the fund necessary to evmtually branch out in bui-nepart of our County Komi Fund was reconstruction work, had it not been sumed so much space that I have Court by our County attorney, and for your self. used to match State Aid on the Lex- for the fact that the Itichmond road little left for other questions that I without ill feeling for those who have No great amount if nectniary to open an account. You ington ami Stanford pikes. I would was going down in the mud and had wish to discuss. sometimes criticised, I relinquish the can do o on any sum from one dollar up. You can add to In any turn you desire, no matI not hate you believe that I censure to be rebuilt any way. Had we not thU account from time to time closing, however, I must office trusting that have committed lleforc him for this, for something had to ben forced to enter into this most no net to cause me to loose the reter how small It :nay be. have call your attention to the condition spect and confidence of the citizens be done and he very properly felt expensive contract we would As is well been able under the new State High- of our County farm. of our County. that he could not afford to loose the way act passed in 1920, to place in known by many of our citizens this (Adv.) Very respectfully, State money, when by using it he nn ln tnc Tasl too oitcn occn could place the most important road condition and turn over to the State I"ncc Forest Stapp. . OF In the County in giiol condition. to maintain all of the Lexington ana,"1" as such has not had the treatment TEATERSVILLE Hut while the County Koad Fund Mnnioni pikes, but as our road (una S. C. DENNY, Cashier. it deserved. With the consent of went to these two roads, you realire wns Wea up on the other contract the other members of our Fiscal Mrs. James Hume ,who has been Capital ami recall the fact that the other there was not enough money avail-ab- Court, and with their assistance, 1 ill is some better at this writing. for this purpose, but with the roads in the county went to destruc Roll Dank have handled this farm as if it had Misses Bertha and Myrtle Hume Hon for the lack of funds to main Itichmond road contract out of the been my own; and in place of leas spent Sunday with Mrs. Eliza Hume them, and as further evidence way, our County is now in position ing tain it out for a small sum of money of this statement you recall the fact to take up this most important work. rent, we have, rented it on the and family. I hove 100 that this very As tri,m ',oun,u "f "' iluir been asked so many Messrs. Johnie and Louis Doolln, condition defented Meal pou u300 rorn mrtl atul ,00 Jwunil!, four-Cours- e shares, cultivating less and sowing of Judge AmciM ifor the Democratic questions in regard to the new Stute of Uryantsvllle, were guests of the Highway law, and find such u num- more of It to clover than it has ever Misses Oliver Sunday afternoon. of tankage The dry mash should U nomination for Judge in 1917. Begin On Laying known before. Even under these before the birds at all times In a qualified as County Judge ber of our citixens nre misinformed When I, I Messrs. Ophelia Jones anil Carl Mood avnlaln li.sv.. lhtl conditions the revenue from the tn i'tm lkt.i of the present administration took on an aver- - Hume was the guests of Mr. and making the shell may over tho County's affairs in January under this act there is established ',I,,C" hn 1,,','n Farmers and poultrynun can't fill. "Material for in Ilichmond FriW'n'u-,out alleys have been Mrs. Tom e ltUS, I was faced with the eondi- - what is known as a Primary System ftlIci1' ani1 a new barn the crop of the hen with a misce- be suppled by feeding ground day night. built. n" or oter shell, which should tion of every road In the county of State Highways, and under this', llaneous collection of feeds and Improved, and upon breaking a piece Mr. and Mrs. Willie Anderson and keep the winter egg bas- be left before the bird at all times with two exceptions being practical act the State will take over and her to ,his J'1'" Len Clark, the daughter, and Mr. and Mrs. O. D. maintoln all roads built under Stole of C0Vt'r J. U. Martin, in a hupper provided for that pur- ly down in the mud. ket full, according to iipant has raised what Is Ward, of Edenton, were guests of ',rc,cnt In addition to this the unusually Aid that are on the route of this In charge of poultry work nl Uu' pose. s of the egg is severe winter of lt17 and 1U18 caus primary system, an.l will take over Possibly the best field of hemp in Mr. and Mrs. James Hume Sunday. "Since Agricuture. A hen egg i Colegu of f!ar'ard County, also a good corn made up of four main parts, in- water .success in feeding for win- ed numbers of abutments and re to maintain all roads on these routs Some men ure always yelping for aml fivu acrcs of KOod cluding the shell, water, yolk and ter eggs demands that the birds have talning walls to give way, and at wor that have heretofore been rccon-- . croP got it they'd hen to acccM to penty of clean, fresh water time prices it required a very un structed under State Aid. as soon os tobacco. Itesidcs the improvement Justice, and If they white and in order for the dur-Induring cold usual sum of money to replace this the county puts them in condition for or 0,0 Inrm ,he l,x,rn revenue de yelp still louder. which should be warmed maintain a high egg production the State to accept. destruction. the winter nionthi when egg weather, We have in this county four roads "Any of the grains found on the The war was on and every one are high priced, it is necessary that those elements from average farm, such as sweet sorg knows that labor was not only high on this Statu system, for which I hcrfced contain which these part can be manufac- hums, wheat, corn and oats contain priced, but sufficient labor was un- feel due credit should be given our material. available at uny price, so that when last representative in the legislature. tured, Mr. Martin has pointed out to "(rain mixtures, nny one of which we advertised for bids ftjr road These roads are the Lexington, Kentucky farmers and poultrymeii be. fed with the dry mash, may work, there were so few bidders that Stanford, Itichmond mid new DanIn his suggestions on feeding for may Im composed entirely of corn or 70 we were unable to let more than ville pikes. As the Lexington und winter eggs. 110 parts of oats or half a dozen small contracts in the Stanford pike have already been re"What is lacking in the feed given part of corn and e equal parts of corn, wheat and oats county. The use of more road ma- constructed under State Aid, both of most farm (locks is something to come, and and are forgotten, but thu loyal supthe white of the egg which is Hirds of the heavier breeds, such as chinery was the only alternative, and these roads will be taken over port Kivcn to this hank by thu citizens of this comlargely protein," Mr. Martin said. the Ilarred Plymouth Kock and wo purchased what I consider the by the State, as soon as the County munity front year to year remains fixed in the mem"Experiments show that HO per cent Khode Island Ked will require about best located nml most convenient places them in acceptable condition. Since the late agitation in regard ory of its officers atul directors. tankage, commonly used in hog feed- If. pounds of grain a day whie the quarry to operate that I have ever Again it is our imperative duty and a sincere seen, which cost with the expense to the Dixie Air Lino many of our ing, buttermilk, wur milk, or com- lighter breeds such as tho of shoud receive 12 pounds. In either of cleaning off and opening up over most enlightened citizens have ex pleasure to olfer you our grateful appreciation of mercial meat scraps, d of the amount should twenty-fiv- e your hundred dollars more. pressed it as their opinion that if and support, and to express the packing houses, are good ones to feed case, d be fed In the morning and It has been argued by some that possible, the County should devise wish that all future years may remain as green in purpose. for this your memory as your loyalty to this institution re"If tankage or ment scrap Is fed, in the 10evening in a straw litter ut this was a mistake as the quality of some means for building a very exto Vi inches deep. this stone is not good, but the fact pensive type of permanent road on mains in ours. it will be necessary' 1 fri"1 ,,r' leot "Fanners who have sour skim milk remains that it is as good or be::er this route. While 1 feel sure that mash, 20 per cent of which should A and buttermilk can use it to advan tKm any rock that is avail we should all work to the end of hnv- be the tankage or meat scrap. In which corn nienl sup- tage to replace the dry mash fed the able to all the various rou.ls leading ing the route through Lancaster de good mash One galon a day of either out of tancaster, and besides I feel signaled as the official Dixie Air plies additional energy to keep the bird hens." tare that this administration should ' Line, still ni we nlreoily have a State hen warm in winter, may bo made is sufficient for 30 not be held responsible for the mix- j road on this route, in my opinion, only advisable thing for us to ture used by thu hands of Omnipu-jth- e tence in molding the limestone which! do Is to place this road in condition underlies this immediate hectiou of for the Stute to receive and main0ICKEKS0N W. 0. RICNEV tain, at the very lowest possible exthe Universe. While some may say that the In- pense to tho County, as the State, crease of the road fund due to the and not the County will have to mainhigher valuation of the assessed prop- tain It in tho future. The revenue 4 PER CENT ON TIME AND SAVINGS erty in the County, will offset all is sure to bo provided for maintainthe extra expense Incurred, I can ing these State roads that aro taken show you that thu road fund was over, and as Garrard County will never doubted, while the price of lab- have to bear her part toward proor was three times as high us before ducing this revenue, let us be in posiLANCASTER, KY. Residence I'lione 33. , the war and the cost of all construc- tion to tako full advantage of this OSWMmmm 18. tion material increased in the same condition. We sell traveler! Cheques, which are good ia Before leaving the road subject I proportion, so that while tho ever the United States and all foreign countries. motor traffic was not only must call your attention to the fact destroying the roads, it seemed that that during this administration we 1 Lex-Ingto- "-l.- u ,, the heavy trucks broke down or through every wooden bridge and culvert In the county, for none had been built to withstand such loads, and all of these had to he replaced with material that had advanced In price from one hundred to three hundred per cent. As further evidence of the cost of construction under the war time prices and to show you where the County road fund had gone I call your attention to our State Aid con tract on Itlchmond road, which has Just been completed this year five miles having cost 52,770.Urt, and the considered State road department this a reasonable contract price. As you understand the county has to ad vance all of this money and the State reimburses us for Mi per cent of this cost hut only at the rate of $!,'!'. per year, that amount being (iar-rar- d County's annual apportionment of State aid. As yet we have only received f 10,000.00 of the money ilue us from the State on this contract, but still huve due us the sum of I7.H.1H.0I of back pay besides the payments due us for the next two years. Yoi can readily see from these figures how much this ex pensive contract has crippled our rosd fund for use on other roads. However, this live miles of fine road is now turned over to the State to maintain and under the new State Highway low Garrard County will never have to expend another dollar 5 ULOOD WILL TULL Ucplaco your scrub and grade sires with good purchreds. "BRED IN 0L0 KENTUCKY" Jo. ii the "Ilcttcr Sire, Hotter Stock" campaign. What about this trio of herd boars? KING PILOT NO. 457,531, by the Pilot, the world's Dixie Stock Farms. lf d m. tl. rd. THE NATIONAL BANK 450,000. Honor Surplus $50,000. el Hin self-feede- lime-ston- J two-third- el g ytdk-fornitn- g Our Appreciation k. pro-duc- YEAHS one-thir- two-lhir- , - W. O. RIGNEV & CO. S. FHiwral Oinctors and Embalmers The Garrard Bank & Trust Go LancasUr, - - Kentucky. 1 J Th Central lUcord, Lancaster. Ky.. Thuriday. Dc 29, 92 1 1 r C, 76 acre Tl.fi TWPJ Ltiey Belle, S A. 7.38 Slmpf on, W. W (n. r.) 22 A. M.H 6.81 Teatcr, Henry, (n. r.) 1H A. 9.4T 0.40 Tussey, Tom, 1 acre Vt. FOR WhltUker, W. K. (Gdn. Tain flvaaUff ef th 1022 reduced ? Lnyton), 3 acrea 55.58 SHira-tor- s 19.74 vi)ftU mw, wkkh puta Dc Uro.1 17 acre. 8.93 Wylie, Geo., hr... Inferior livestock li another rea fetto. Yau may Iw , District No. 3 (Colored) 8.15 .ion for financial losses suffered by 25.7 paymc far a Da Laval and net galtiag it by uafec a 31 acres nni-m206.27 Adam. Abrose, the farmer. An inferior meat 6.7 lt I acre cream waster. 77.19 lloatley. Rube, does not command the top price 86.39 Hroaddus, Charlie, 00 34 A. Let me put you in a De Laval wkaaut delay. 80.78 and yet costs a much to produce as 10.37 7 A... 50.25 Kennedy, Wm., hrt., one that will top the market. A j 12.86 Kincaid, Ellen, 9 12 37.10 Rood cow produces milk at a much 41.67 A. Sheriff of , A. K. WAI.khB, 24203 Leavell, Linda, 60 less cost a Kallon than docs a cow; w Bcrcii 19.82 SUnlerd, Ky. Leavell, Ed., 8 acrea 'Garrard County, will on Phone 30.84 of inferior breeding or selection. The Fletcher, II. J., 70 acrei 2.72 I acre ) 3.70 Mitchell, Mao, mp rule nppllca when we consider MONDAY, g JANUARY 23rd., 1022, Graham, Mr. Sallle, 1 acre 8.6J Mitchell. Jim, 1 acre 70.00 the egg production of hcn properly Grow, It. I... C4 acrei 49.68 Ray, John, 67 12 acres Mine being County Court Day, offer 85.11 T. It. Bry-- i Mrs. Peachle, 110 t or Improperly selected. 7.24, sale nt the Court House door nt'Grow, GUNNS CHAPEL Reynolds, Johnson, 4 acre. nnt, aMUtant director of extension for Exs. 8. N. Iton following' Ion, R. 28.66 Lancaster, Kentucky, the Reynolds, John, 20 Acre 89.20 work, College of Agriculture. 70 acres Cement, Portland 18.82 Lime, Sand, Douglas, real property .returned delinquent, i f t ...... r.i 45.82 Turner, Hadton 4k Famau. 178.64 being the amount due for Rock and Brick. Warren, Sam, 110 A tame 1 15.11 "cre I 17.94 , Acres State, County and School Taxes, Mls Iva Hollan wa in Lawrence- frnm 30.10 Warren, John 3 .... o.i.i ..i.. . i i.iLemay. fc. 20 acres 8.33r 2 acres Lexington part of last week. burg and 1 6.30 Warren, Jee, th houl Kentucky for a acres nve nTinr.K .m.n.Lni" iim... Mlddleton, Dee, 7.6 West, Charley, 10 acre. .imntp record bv mcanl of which to Kcv. .Morris conuucieu . 0.55 7A mm,iiii.. Mr. Dislricl No. 4. (Whfco) service, at the M. E. church Sun- - kecp booVj on thc farm hu,ineM, ,t w , I)pcrmbcr of ,Mt year The name, 18.05 Mlddleton. Andy. 3 A.. .. ........ nit " 28.61 ilitl. niamKn nt tlin fnrm mnnnffimrnt wlmn ui ,l,.tli!iil tn nriranlii ouri Alma, A. C, (n. r.) 227 A. Montgomery, Mrs. D. M., 105 A. K. WALKER, Sheriff Mrs.."''' 92.16 Club. Agricultural 73.77 Anderson, Henry, 62 acre.. .Mr. and Mrs. Hubert May were department of the College of AgrU Junior acres of Garrnrd County. 8.29 guests of Mr. and Mr. Ray Moberly culture have prepared nn account Kindred had talked Agriculture to Naylur, Arnie, 65 acres, 1020 41.81 Asblld. W. B., 1 Lot 35.61 39.16 Uogby, C. C, (n. r.) 500 A. book, the 1022 edition of which has her children and told them of the recently. Preston, Arthur, 65 acres District No. 1. (White) 7'78 10 A Ilerry. John. (K'tntc) Miss Annie May will enter school just come off the press, according urent things that was being done in Acton. Smith, 2 acres 10.15 ''"'i0": John V. Jett, other plnces that we could do too. I 7.08 0.51 Ilrock, Jesse, 20 acres 2 A. Rerra at the opening of the win- - ' to nn announcement by C. at 32.G3 W. I., 52 acres.... 13.02 The We organized with eight members, Adams, 401.15 Chndwcll. A, T., 24 A.. 1020 a member of thc department. 5 01 .Rankin, D. P., 252 acres ter term. acre Andy, one-ha4.45 one in which any but ndueu lourteen to tnis, which Adams, book is wild to be Rankin, C. P., 27 acre. .. 100.97 Campbell. J. P., 6 acre. - 110.00 Aldrldge, M. (.., 100 acres .... . . i .. Vnm th littlf ilsuirhter of Mr. . 3.93 138.95 Church, James, 4 acres " RobU, 340 acre. cumiicir remm mam-- us a iuhii ui iwrnisnu laremr can mnni" Anderson, I). D. hrs., 50 . acres DM8 R"1'"' and Mrs. Talton May has been iH.,o( . . fl A. 10.71 C'ark. Elizabeth, 68 acres' 103.52 the farm business Including btrs. Eleren boys and till, II girls. ',cu'h 1L05 but is Improving. 101.11 expenditure, receipts and the farm They took sewing, corn, poultry nn,U j0, 'Boi'0 i.i'r.7 Saddler, Allen B., 74 34 A 118.59 Cotton, O. n 125 A '"0"w 161.27 40.10 Combs, II. P., 120 acre... '0"n wa! suggested swine growing. For our club name , "V. .M"C.Ves Scot Ellsha, 12 acres -- . Rev. Morris Is a guest of Mr. and Inventor)' 32.80 " ' 64.46 10.05 Creech, Eliza. 33 acre .' . Mrs. Joe Burton and Mr. and Mrs. by results of work done in the field we selected our prize winner shorten.) . 26.19 Sn"rer, Melvln, 9 acres " 16.16 . and I think we havei over a period of several years with ed to 0. P. Jamca Burton for the holidays. 4!ri3 Shearer, Mrs. Mahala, 16 A. 8.97 Davis, Jeff, 34 acres " 11.92 acre ved up to our name right well. 21.70 Duncan, R. L., 4 thousands of farmers. Shearer, Geo., 0 acres Mrs. J. M., 46 seres R. Sparks enter Broadus, Mr. and Mrs. J. ' 3.75 pages Win. Botkin won three Blues nt acre. 34.23 Flnley, U. II.. 3 The book contnins forty Sherrow, Prank, 2 acres 14 tained their children and grandchil 8.61 rTrn' Geo. F 235; A. "10 5.90 Gafney, II. N 2 acre. Provides sections for the annual the Berea County Fair, on pig; Joe "ri7;31Slade, C. H. (n. r.) .5 A. ir "Cn" dren wltH a sumptuous Xmas II n r inventory, for receipt and expenses, Wilder, three reds on pig; Osiie Hill. "UTn' 6.70 18.05 llalcomb, John, 40 A., 1019 iiu'wn Sparks, James, 40 acres Sunday. ' 11.33 ;", acre. 532.21 vamlerpooi, uuseii, -- J Hall, Sam. 37 acres for summarizing the year's business red on chickens We won four Minnr. Dave. Com.' championship,. Wm Botkin. on pig; 69.56 8.97 Hammons, Fannie, 62 14 A. A very enjoyable Christmas tree nil other valuable features. Acres 43.71 am os, lifi acre. . 0.03 lllll.i Kaon, I J W til. nM... - and entertainment was jrfven at the p0te ilirections nre jriven for keep- - Clarence Wilder, on corn; 90.35 Helton, J. II.. 10 acre. . ... 33.31 Williams, Ollle, W acres r v. m :s vs- I I . .. -- .1 ff f 1... TtT n ..1.1 t .1. PL. .1 0.41 157.35 Hurst, Geo., (n. r.) 80 acres Wiliams, Henry, 133 acres 27.01 0.10 : c"' g 3.8U Hurst and Owens, 53 acre Adams and their pupils Friday eve- -' has announced that interested farm- - of pigs. a,rr,"C Wearren, W. A. 20 A.. 1020 88.53 ' crs may obtain the book by send 18.07 We put on eleven programs in ,'nj1jmJi jn nlng. Irvin. T. 7... 52 acres No. 2. (Colored) District 8.80 I 8.48 College of months. The programs were wide! 4 acres Mr. and Mrs. Hobart Teatcr and 'nt thirteen cenU to the 0.41 Jackson. - P.. 48.40 Adams, McKlnley. 1 acre , Lexington, to cover the awake chll-.- j, 1.C9 program, too. The Jackson. Elizabeth, 1 acre Messrs. McKlnley label! and, Agnculturt-10.92 wn and 43.00 Anderson, Wm., 4 acres . . 7.26 Irish. lren dressed to represent King, W. M., (n. r.) 160 A. cot of printing and mailing. 12.07 Clav McCulev were Chrlstma. gue.U BprM 11.01 Cockrcll. Frank & Will, I A. 19.02 31 acres negroes ami others. The programs nt Mr. nml Mrs. Hnrvrv Teatcr and ' 12.47 Klnnalrd, James, Coffey, Colonel, 14 Acres Hamilton k Ilaselden. 4 I 7.89 Real nrocress is dependent. even were worked out so ns to be eduUden, Wm., 2 acres 1.. 1 ny. 8.48 acres , , 20.08 Dunn, Dave. 2 . Town Lots ... 8.13 more in inr nonie inun nnwncii.' vniiuiiui us I in us entertaining. j Hamilton, J. I. k Ilaselden 0.51 I.ake, Tim, 45 acres Dunn, Nancy, 2 acres . . . 0.00 We had one picnic. The memory Umb, Gilbert, 26 acres.. Thi.r.' n rpason whv w!e neonle 'else, upon not only material but ol- -' 1 acre 3.28 47.17 Dunn, Buck, hrs., 120H" acres 11.58 , Lamb, Sam, 17 acres spiritual ad vanccfflent. It Is not or the good time we had ami the ' .n.nirino nf 4ti1r.so n.n 5.55 21.12 Dunn. Francis, 5 3- - A. Hatfield, John, 10 acres . 31.21 4 acres.. C8.33!l)unn. Will, 1 own faults. It knock, the prop from enough to show n woman how to nice things to eat clings with us Hicks, John T., 171 A. 1020 8.14 Lnjton. Rill. 27 acres 187.90 make better bread or to induce her yet. Ledford Ash. 102 acres.. t oa 4 under their critics. 7.15 n..if 15.82 Kmbry, Henry, hrs., 4 L2 A. 1 unman. rtru. 111. r.j .1 44.08 M P, 40 acres When we reornn zed for the year to lighten her work by use of n fire- 27.19 Meadows, 42.70 Hughes, Sam, 32 acres Humphrey, Herman, 28 A. . . labor-sav- . 12.30 19 v uiKwiit-- i Meser. Hen & Hugh, 88 A. When your wife become, unduly less cooker or some other niui i niviii' Johnson M. H 80 K 1919 23.84 79.07 Jell erson, Crennel, 8 acres.. ' ' 67.19 sweet u is time 10 iook out lor a Jng device if we have not at the bers, all of who are looking forward Kemper,' Icie, 9 A. (1919) 13.99 Mitchell J. II., 64 acres A. 18.58 j Jones. Hock & wife '63.90 a successful year of club work. same time helped to give her n larg-'t- o touch or an explosion. 18.52 Mosier, Lizzie, 112 acres Lancaster Flour Mills, T. L. 160.92 Kennedy, Gene, 0 acres.. '16.85 McClure, C. C, 20 acres 1.00 acre 05.75 Kincaid, Susan, Lane, Hen, 3 ucres 10.54 W. h 50 acre... 1 8.00 McGuire, 0.80 Logan, Jetf, 12 acre Leak, Martha, hrs. Acre 17.07 McQuerry, J. T , 77 acre. . . 17.70 Manuel, J. T., 80 L acres 144.40 Mullins, Richard, 0 .' acres 1.45 Parker, hrs., 12 acres 6.02 Mullins. Will & wife, 1 Manuel, Rip, 4 acres 2 10 9.55 acre. 11.92 Parson. W. S., Acre Mcrida, A. M., 160 acres 189.44 2 Oacres 3.42 11.92 Pointer Evalyn, , Marshbanks, 30.21 Mullins. Robt., 2 aci.s Maggie, 30 A. 14.44 Mrs. Clyde, 15 acres 10.23 Pulllns acres Ready, Silas, 3 Marsee, John P., HO acres 123.33 10.43 50 acres. s 74.23 Purciful, Monroe, 10.40 Simpson, Jas., 04 Marsee, Geo., 10 acres 1 3.76 Lot 4.45 Rothwell, Rebecca, Maupin, Hiram, 32 acres . 92.73 Smith, Annie, 4 ac s 27.35 Roberts. A. J., 30 acres 1 5.03 aero 8.11 (Sutton, Lee, Munrle, J. M., 00 acres 0 9.16 24.09 Robinson, S. J., 8.62 Tarrance, Frank, 1 acre Morris, Sam, 45 acres R. L, 15 acrea 6.48 18.14 Shaw. L., T. L. 0.97 Taylor YA., 12 acres . Myers, Mis Sallle 5.48 Sparks, Jas., 46 acre. 1 4 13.51 Payne, J. II., 113 acres 58.57 Wallace, Allen. A... 70.55 Tankersley, Henry, 93 acre. 11.62 301.27 ( White, Margaret, 0 acres Poynter, Tom, 16C acres 9.27 Tankrrsley, Eliza, SO acres Poynter, Walker, 0 acres 23.73 White Oak Uenevolcnt Soci. Tankersley, W. II. & Nancy, 9.90 acre ety, Poynter, J. W., 6 4 acres 11.41 38.61 75 acres 25.30 40.18 Williams. Will, 18 acres Poynter. I. V., 60 acres Todd, T J., 200 acres, bat. 303.26 10.89 l'roiton, Karl, 5 acres District No. 3. (While) S.14 Tudor, Harris, (n. r.) 12 A. 41.05 Anderson, T. A., 32 A. Pollard, Wm. 30 acre! 23.04 Tudor. Sam II., 20 acre. 27.91 18.22 Hogie, Permelia, 5 acres Pendleton. Q., 32 A. 1020 25.11 Turner, J. P., 25 acrea 7.78 Rogers. Calvin, Town Lot. 8.31 Ilradshaw, A. D. & Walker, 8.47 Underwood, Dan, 12 acre R. K., 171 A.. 1920 01.02 Speaks. 130 acres 22729 Vanhook, W. N., 51 acre. 15.95 Speaks, J. W 16 L2 A. list. ,U:Uradshaw, Walker. 90 acres 37.38 Wardlow, W. II.. 59 acre... 51.98 14-Turner, John, Town Lot (JO i Ilurton, Joe, 10 acres 73.72 Wilder. Mrs. Mahalia, 00 A. Turner, Frank, Town Lot . 11,64Clouse, Jas, 23 16.10 York, G. W., 35 acres acres 5.10 Wheeler, Mrs. Dora, 97 H A. IColTcy, Lonzy, 39 acres 57.73 Young, W. P., 60 acrea 5.02 (1920) 9.88 Cotton, Carl S., 65 acre. District No.v4. (Color!) 15.05 D , Corda. 0 acres Walker & Thompson, T. L., C'jI 3.07 White, T. C, 58 acres 3C51 j Denny, Levy & Sons. 40 A. 35.45 Raxter, Andy, 7 acre. 0.51 Ueazloy, Geo., hrs., 4 acres 10.02 Knit, Lilburn, 1 acre White, Geo., (n. r.) 18 A. 8.12 31.61 Rest, John, Land Williams, Miss Rebecca, T. L. 10.02 Fain. W. II., 21 40.60 acre. Clay, 1 aero -3.67 18.20 Floyd, Tom, I acre Yater, John, 10 acres 0.40 Rurnslde, 3.67 Campbell, Martha, 1 acre 1. (Colored) District No. Foster, L. L., 4 Acre 0.03 3,75 Conn, Martha, 1 acre Anderswn, Alex Town Lot.. 9.85 Gayheart & Pothergill. 24 A 30.03 Denny, Qutnn, 10 acres 14.49 30 A. 18.05 21.22 Gllluni, Geo. and wife, Anderson, Grant, 5 acres Denny, Clell, 4 acres . 7.78, 18.14 7.78 Gillam, Knoch, 13 acres Arnold, U!ll. Town Lot 8.99 Abe, Sr., 18 A... 10UL23 Faulkner, acres Grant. P.. II., 79 6.13 Hall, Amanda, Town Lot 17.64 Faulkner, Andy, 20 acre. 0O7 Faulkner, Irvtn, 12 acres 9.85 Hounshell, P. M., 50 acres Ilaughman, Price, 2 acrea 11.36 12.71 Humphrey, Floyd, 1 10 acres 233.81 Drazcy, Sam, 1 acre 12 A., 192,0 11.46 15.49 Faulkner. James. Jones, Mrs. Lucy, 18 acre. lloatright, Charlie, Town L. 0.40 W.26 Faulkner, Wm., M., 12 A. A 17.09 7.37 Lamb, Jim, 12 Rurdett, Hat 2 acres... Wm. It., 4 acres 2042 Locker, Jai, 42 acre 70.35 Faulkner, Hright, 2 acres 7.19i liurdctt, 6.76 Gilllspie, Orbcn, 0 acres 25.47 i liurdctt, Keen, 38 acres 112.41 Locker, Owen, 10 12 acres .46 Gllliiple, Addle, 1 acre ( 22.00 acres 177.01 Locker, Ruck, 10 ucres... liunlett, John, 99 10.68 Guynn, Will, 4 acres 10 acres.. 23.09 8.47 Locker, Wilbcrt, j Hurdett, James, 3 acres 4 12 A 3.28 , 19.72 Hickman, Ruth. lira.. Dillingham, Hob, T. Lot... 8.05 LockK-- Coleman, 1 acre 9.11 Hudson, June, 40 acres 11.91 20.10 Locker, Iironson, 1 acre Elijah, 25 1.2 acre Dunn, 11.64" Hunt. Jas.. 8 acres 03.12 5.13 Long, Wm., & Lewis, 74 A. Rnglemcn, Mattie, T. Lot. Hunt, Dock, 90 acres 46.44 4.10 12.01 Maupin, John, (n. r,), 3 A. F.vans, Tom, Town Lot Jones, Dan, 3 acres May, W. M., 8.70 acre 18.74 Faulkner, Lewis, Town Lot Kelly, Islah, hrs., 20 acres 10.27 23.30 Moberley, Elbert, 15 acres Faulkner, Clarence, 15 acres n sat Kennedy, Anna, 3.4 A. 1920 71.20 Moberley, Wm. T., 60 A... Louis, agU, T. L. 4.44 Faulkner, Kennedy, Bob, 18 1.2 A. 12.31 3.35 McLear, Geo., 10 acres Faulkner, Louis, Agt, T. L. A 1929 Kennedy, Rob, 18 13.28 0.03 21.01 Naylor, Wm. M., 12 acres Henry, Andrew, 5 4 acres 6.44) Kennedy, Ed, 50 acres -104.68 Amos, 112 acrea Hood, Lizzie, Town Lot... 6.13 Oliver, Leavell, Jonah, 34 acre S.7t 29.39 12.93 lOsbom, Herman, 26 acre. Ingram, Roland, 4 acres Palmer, Will, 2 acres 14.8 31.04 Osborn, E., 23 acre. 1 11.15, acres James, Jasper, Will, 2 12 A., 1920 11.84 31.08 Palmer. Jennings, Geo. H., 1 acre 0.40 Osborn, Albert, 33 acre. Kothwell, Sarah, 2 acrea 1.41 17.54 22.73 jPrather, J. M., (n. r.) 20 A. Kavnaugh, W. II., 5 2 A. S.M 76.44 Schooler, Patsy, 30 acre R., 70 acres Lackey, Alex, Town Lot 5.71, Ray, J. Solon, 1 acre 7.M- 9.27 Spilman, Leave!!, Zscharlah, 2 T. Lota 16.12 Kay, Un. Mike, 2 acres Woods A Cawpbel, 12 A 12.57 ' Sanders, A. T. A J. I. 181 A. 330.00 Yeakey. Lewis, Maggie, 4 acre hr., 1 acre 30.11 11.90 Searbrough. Herbert. 28 A. Mayfield, Andy, Town Lot 31.73 Aaron, M l-- . A. Mlddleton. Bob. 4 A.. 1 T. L. 16.74 To be (esxilwr ya .. . . r. k 69.88 to the trouWe V.ltj ' aiwoseii, asra. aiary, OA n. Mlddleton, Sam, Town Lot 6.6 have no lima to 23.79 ttspMn, Holla, 3.4 men Mlddleton, John, 9 acrea 28.72 34.81 BtaiootMi, Andrew, 38 A Mitchell, Jeary, 16 acre. WIm omi iaH Utti tow MB 92.23 3.71 Smith, J. W., 241 MuHiM. Analt, Tewas Lot 44.44) BiNtrlta. Cla4f, 81 8 Tews. IM 6.13 N.wl.ad, Sarah, DeLaval Prices Reduced pratkaHir tkk prewar Crnm prk, cr view ef lite m a whole and wme opportunities for desirable recreation and pleasure. Mlt Margaret WhHteniore, Mate leader of home demonttrntton agents, College of Agriculture. Sheriffs Sale DELINQUENT al J. OWSLEY 7tl2 NEWLAND Taxes L, Town Let AimfMon, Mary Ann, T. L. flmallwood, Jes. 2 acrea Tarpln, Henry, Town Lot William, Herbert, 1 acre Dlttrict No. 2, (White) Maker, A. J., 18 acrea Brickey, Wm. A.cre. Crank, Tom, 7 Doolin, 8. I)., Acre.. Doolln, John, C8 A. 'Duncan, Edgar, 104 acre Durham, Jas., 18 A. (1020) Kly M.rs. Hettle. (n. r.) 04 A. Robinson, Geo. -2 10.54 Stephens, C. MS 8lmpton, tr.tt .... 1 A..... m .... I New Account Book Ready For Farmers. I. 1 Wallaceton Junior "'""" """ J... ........ wnim .L. .... 2 r) .... .... ...i ',a' . ' i "!"' 707' .... .... 1- " r .. .. .. .. 0(o 1 1 -t ,,y "'j , ,.., p""3Va I- , 2 1 ..v... .... 2 y , 1 .. .. 3-- i.. 'i',,ni .. ...... .. .. .. .... To The Tobacco WHO Growers .... .. 2 a.-re- .. 1 .... ... acre'.. .. .. .. .. .. .. 3-- .. .... HAVE NOT POOLED .. .. .. .. THEIR TOBACCO ... 7 5 3-- 4 U-'J- .. .. Daily Sales are being held at our house and everybody pleased with the price .... .... . .. 3-- .. .... their tobacco is bringing. .. .. .. . .. .. ar 2 .. 1- -2 TUESDAY'S SOME Avr. $30.00 $60.00 .. .... 1 1- .. .. .... BASKETS BROUGHT .. .. ...... ...... .. BRING YOUR TOBACCO ON IN RIGHT NOW, AS .. 3-- WE ARE OPEN TO RECEIVE IT. .. .. .. . . 7 1- ... .. .. .... . HOME TOBACCO WAREHOUSE CO INCORPORATED KENTUCKY. .. .. .. .. .... . 8iMn, .. U.. tt M i ' RICHMOND, ISA. Perkln., Henry, Town Lot Retinae. Lice, Tew Ui 6.46 Sftrib, Ctaida and Clork, 16 1- -3 um .. . M7 atFM ........ eBs'B'H 19.98 H iswtoai 9 VloBe9RPB) 8B8lBVV8l999J99JBMA' . 'A