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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): January 12, 1922 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1922 cen1922011201_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): January 12, 1922 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1922 $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. Vs. THE CENTRAL RECORD. YIAR o IWtnJT MMM LANCASTER. KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON, JANUARY 12. 1922. WOODROW WILSON Pool- NUMIKR 40. JUDGE HARDIN'S r ii jjtrras r avorauie MANAGERS NAMED For Many Of The aV, t ed Warehouses Tobacco Gomment My Mots Nit WV PHONE WIRES CUT TOWN HONORS FOUNDATION FUND In Attempt to Rob Bank WOMAN Of Bryantsville TO HONOR A GREAT AMERICAN Who Celebrates Her What is believed to have been atJ. R. Mount, Local Chairman One Hundredth tempt to rob the Hank of Hryants-vill- e Ari-nivers- ity .Tfcfft ,thit Judge Charles A. Xrnm maJT! before mo legislators .at Fnsakfert. Km brouitht forth much 'tVedttaratty: , , faVorsWei comment and a recent Is. 'MM of the Louisville Time My thU ' V ."Jhfrythlntr Ii new until it ii old, nmh1 that applies to legislature ns well M t the. hat and shoes. It It who). Ijr Announcement of tho appointment of many of the managers of the from Pool Warehouses was made Lexington headquarters of the Hurley Tobacco Orowep' Association last Saturday. Thoc in charge of the local warehouses will be: Lancastcr-(!arrnrd House unjust to attume in the beginning , af tfce 1822 Genera! Aiiembly that '. HI going1 to follow the discredited aearse of leveral of ita predecctsors MfH be mere largely concerned with M tuillt.. n.l -- inrl1 Intnrntti Ihnn t with popular nce'ds. There hai been ,. ... -- l- - I l iL. frage was extended: the Democratic WfBMiJority should be able to read n lessen In the state vote for the legis- uro this vears, and., without n ttate v (,r-"--1 m V " ' - 0 - ' v V , Farra, manager and general for the County; Carroll Allen, weigh-er- ; John S. Hocker, Jr., shipping clerk. The Planters' and Growers; S. T. Sanders, manager; June Glvcns, weigher; Alex Doty, shipping clerk. Hookkerpers, nil houses, (ieorge A. Ilrown. To Receive Cropt Soon "I want to thank the members for their patience and loyalty," said James C. Stone, president and gener- mutntatrtlnn In lmmn, 'I fh 1t. .a! manager of the Hurley Tobacco 'Ulsture majority should be able to I (irowers' Association, ihew progress and ability this year. Saturday. "I want to assuro them If" each member of the General As- - ' that their olTicem have been work . 1. .. . .. . 1. .. i ing night and day in order to begin inmj niij . J ..,v .,t LI. tnecen iieiivrred at tnc House cau receiving the tobacco of members nt cus by Judge Hardin, the Democra- the earliest possible moment, and I tic state chairman: and then were am glad to say now that we shall 'to tit In conference and chamber be ready to begin receiving the 1921 looVInr down into hit hat: and then crop within tho next few day. were to follow the admirable pro "I should like to say to the memeepU of that nddres- s- the State of bers of the association that it will Kentucky would go forward. Per- be better fur everybody If every haps it it too much to expect of every grower will deliver his tobacco In member. Hut it is not too much to crop lots, as this will greatly faciliexpect the majority to: tate the handling of the tobacco ami Render powerlett profcstlonal lob lesien the work Incident to the re byuts seeking special priviliges by ceiving of C5.000 dilferent lots of bringing them into the open. tobacco by the association and the Abolith uteleit offices advancing of money on each nt the Equalize the burdens of taxation, time of delivery." rut down the lawlessness. "We are using every effort to beU..I- -. II... .1. I .. gin to receive tobacco by the 15th., parties. or 20th., of this month," says Presl-deAvoid playing politics, or "play. Stone in a letter to Judge -I Ins" anything and do buslncin. Walker, "and I feel now that if Certainly, no more heartening or everything goes along without any inspirational speech was ever made hitches of any kind, we will be able to a cnucus of the legislative ma to do this." Jorlty, The points made are simple A system will be worked out for of accomplishment. The people of the farmers lo book their crops with Kentucky expect them to be follow. those in charge of receiving at the inp times mwnus 10 proceed warehouses and have the managers vti. on the theory that they will be fol to book tho number of wagons each lowed until it has strong evidence day that can bo taken care of. It to the contrary. It is true that is important that you should come ,.... Wm.. I. ..ill. t r t MIMA. in and arrange about delivering the Trankfert dispatches suggest dis your tobacco beforo bringing same credited and dangerous Influences. in. But times habit 1s stronger than the dictates of wisdom, and it may bo Reo Bus Line -1 IXI :J. M. manager A National Committee of 2S0 representative men and women has undertaken to establish The Woodrow Wilson Foundation. The purpose of the Foundation is tn honor a great American and to create a method whereby public service will be encouraged and conspicuously recognized In this nnd future generations. From the income of the Foundation, the Woodrow Wilson Award or Awards will be granted In recognition of distinguished public service. To establish this Foundation op a fitting basis, tho Nationnl Committee, through an organization in each State, will make nn appeal for a popular subscription. The amount oC the fund sought Is $1,000,000 or more. The appeal will be Issued to all who believe In those liberal and domestic principles thst Woodrow Wilson has so conspicuously championed, rnd who wish to perpetuate the influence of America's grent war lender. After the fund has been mlsed' a Hoard of Trustees, composed of eminent Americans, will be entrusted jlth its permanent administration. The active campaign for this fund will commence Monday, January .(1th., when voluntary subscription will be received by the local chairman, Mr. J. It. Mount, who has named his active committees who will serve throughout the various precincts of tho'county. The allotment for Garrard county has been fixed at 1300, which amount should be easily raised, all contributions coming voluntarily. To rach contributor of one dollar or morel will be mailed a certificate of membership in the Woodrow Wilson Foundation. There nre easily three hundred or more admirers of Woodrow Wilson, who will contribute one dollar each to this fund and should come forward now without further solicitation Mid see that old Garrard does her duty toward this worthy undertaking. Those wiihing to contribute will please make checks payable to cious. Woodrow Wilson Fund and send direct to J. It. Mount or to the treasurer, Mr. Hilly Miller, who will assist in receiving this fund. last Saturday night wns discovered Sunday morning, when It. P. Ilrown, Cashier, discovered a charged oxygen tank Just outside one of the bank windows. When ho attempted to notify the authorities at Lancaster, it was found that all tho telephone wires leading out of Hryants-villhad been cut. Authorities nre investigating a clew to tho effect that a garago owner nt Pcrryvillc, more than twenty-fiv- e miles away In Hoyle County, came there Sunday and identified the oxygen tank as having been stolen from his garage Saturday afternoon. Two acetylene gas tanks were missed nt the same time, he said. It is believed that the attempt is the work of amateurs who intended to cut the safe door with an Improvis-c- d oxacctylcnc torch. The robbers arc believed to have been frightened nway by Dr. H. C. Rose when he went to his office about 2 o'clock Sunday morning. He said that at that time ho observed nothing suspie, BORN IN GARRARD COUNTY Carrier Price One of the greatest surprises to the Ellis Zanone The marriage of Mr. Dean Zanone to Miss Fltnuie Kills, of Hustonville, wns solemenizcd in Danville on Jan-3rd- ., the ceremony being performed by Itcv. D. M. Walker of the Haptlst church of that city. Dean has been an ardent lover of this attractive young lady for many months and now that he has won her heart and hand his friends are congratulating him warmly. Mrs. Zanone is n daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace F.llis, formerly of Dan ville, but now residents of Huston ville, She is exceedingly attractive and popular. They will make Lan caster their home for a while at least and are now receiving heartiest wish rs for a long life filled with hnppl . Banquet A Great Success The banquet given by the Hcldnl Sanford post of the American Legion last Friday evening was a success from every standpoint and was largely attended. The ladies of the Methodist church served the menu nnd that alone speaks that it was one of the best ever staged in Lancaster The service men assembled at the banquet table together with tho honored guests about seven o'clock and after the elaborate dinner. President L. G. Davidson of the Lancaster and Carrnrd County Chamber of Com merce mndc a few well chosen words He wns followed by of welcome. Hon. II. Clay Kauffman Jn,his usual flowery talk. Tho next was a few words by Hon. Kobt. Hays, who told what the local post of the American Legion would try to do the ensuing year. The Legion quartette, consisting of Messrs. Chas. II. Doty, J. Wade Walker, Russell Sanford nnd Curtis Sanford, were encored and encored for tho beautiful gongs rendered. The next speaker was State Commander Kmmctt O'Neal, who delivered a masterful address on the Legion and its workers. His talk was n splendid one, and thoroughly enjoyed by ul! present. Miss Katie Harncs Dickenson added much to the program by playing throughout the evening. The banquet was served in the lobby of the Court House and decor ated so that all forgot that it waj our old temple of justice. The Legion boys are loud in their praise to the ladies of the Methodist church for tho service and the boun tiful feast which they gave. nt jndjoy,. . . . Club Notes IMPORTANT MEETING JAN. 19th. Mambors PUato Attend. The Librarian has obtained two copies of the much talked about book "If Winter Comes." She will be pleased to issue these books at once. Makes r tfcase names in the inner couneik If traceable to habit. For the present' let it be so. One thing is sure about tho course ' Judge Hardin advlict: Honesty it the . .. .. pumica. ii me majonty snail be. proved tmbsorvient to the profes tlonal lobbyist and professional poll- - limn ruu. n inn invti-i.- n. nr t Uit state election will be lost tn thn V Democrats. The Kentucky Legislature can do ' a great r deal of good If it will but i vi.i vii wn . I. k" tin .1 laws t Bin I me ii It can do 4 hat have been enacted. it a great deal of harm If It undo the constructive work of Its predecessors In. relation to the charitable and pen Thcju have been Institution. ". mftnuirAtiltr fntfitn ntit w. ll... ft. 1.1 n f nf ... v IK 1H 111 .j '' politics. The exploiters nro etTgcr to a .. .1 .1 it., nuuui a cnangru conuilion. H ante of .... Welfare" under the direction of Ken The lleo Hut line starting last tucky Federation Club, Mr. Cowley, Monday now makes two trips to Lex of Ucrea, addressed the Woman's ington each day instead of one. The first bus leaves the Kcngarlan Hotel at 7:30 A. M., returning arrives at the Kcngarlan at - Noon, returning to Lexington leaves tame place at 12:30 Noon and returns at 7:30 I. 1- Two Trips To Lexington The District Chairman of "Child M. Tho llus line does not go on to Stanford, the reason that ho does not go Is on account of tho bad roads In Lincoln County. The fnro now is $1.50. .v.. "Community House" In the last few issues of tho Record we have had thu pleasure to let the citizens of Garrard county know how bad wc need a gymnasium at tho L. II. S. building as the many hundred of boys and girls have no place to exercise during the long winter months. Some of our readers suggested n "Community Homo' with gymnasium built in it for tho purpose of playing the winter games, such as basket ball and others. Wc would like to hear from others along these lines. Tliow Mc uM tn tit.. iimnlAtimBHI :l secants an opportunity to -- pay ... .1... ....I hand of the grafter. " k h t -- , 't - v ' ' What nro enlleil reform measures l bo adva nri'il ntiil ev will nftor 'opportunity for thoso who dcslro to joc. Hcfomis in numerous matters of public concern are needed, but thu State can at least hope that tho will be conservative in its dealings with new proposals. Chango merelyror the sake of chitnjs&tnvbcen tried out nntionnl v. Thnrcscnt administration went Into .o4iK4i uerausu mo puune wanted a 'change. No more consplclous ex ampie 01 ma luiiiuy 01 mere chang. mg can bo found in tho history of mcrico. greatest thing In America is unity. Thu legislators now siU Itt Frankfort have this in .Its . .1. ii .uii nc imiiiini ipl can uu a great Jsal of good, Just as they can do a jsMsYTeal ol hapn. They must the destinies of the the people must look to u-ftUw-mnko- rs B. Y. P. U. Convention Tho Fourth District of tho South District Assoclationnl 11. Y. 1'. U., will hold Us first convention with the taneatter Uaptlst Church Friday, Jan. 20th. Convention will begin at ten o'clock and closo tn the after noon. The program will Include addresses by Dr. 11. A. Dawes, Itev. J. C. Toy. lor and It. 1'. Drown. Tho Stan ford union will give a model D. Y. I. U, program. The unions in this district aro: Lancaster, Stanford, Mt. Hebron fXasSt' ewtractlvcnua. and Forks of DLx Kivcr. Anyone Interested In II. Y, P. U, 18MOAT8 WANTHD; I want to work Ja Invited to attend. (Wty stoats, wsIghiRg from sWUr-l'- a OUMsk sW 1 pure, pMtto. J, E. KeWaM, tMtOtUisI aad aWUsk.ii, It b smasU 'JSCs, at allaasla Maatl UaaV aaSksatAlaMaBl r.HetiM and let M Saost ! wlssat. Try a seek y. 1LUi k. Wo steHver low. 'v u. aiMiiistv. Hniseti as Faraaa. W lr u.J to-la- Last Thursday night the Knights of Pythias of this city installed tho following as officers for the next six months: John K. Moberley, Chancellor Commander; J. L. Davis, Vice Chancellor; Herod Raines, President; Hugh Mob-leKeeper of Records nnd Seals, al so Master of Finance; R. W. Mea dows, Master of Exchequer; Nelson Conn, Master at Arms; Charley Uatcr-lelMaster of Work; A. I). Teater, Inner Guanl and Robert Croutcher, Outer Guard. The Knights of Pythias have made an unusually good record the past year. They began 1021 with only twenty members. This year they begin with Just three times twenty members and a "bushel of pep." Uesldes the sixty members they have Be six applications for membership on "Let's bo neighborly once more, file and more coming in every meetLike, as we used to be; ing night. This will undoubtedly be Going visiting friendly like, tho big year for Garrard Lodge No. Just you and me. 29, KnlghU of Pythias because their Let's bo neighborly once more, goal It three times sixty members by Thinking each others thoughts, next January. ThU order is known Telling each other our troubles, as "The Young Man's Lodge," and And helping each other Iota. we predict that the goal which they have set will be reached with seme Let' bo neighborly once more, to spare. Old fashioned rather than new, Telling the good and forgetting the bad, Fish There Is in both me and you. Hon, Jack Illatt waa host to a Let'a be Brlfhberly once mere, fish supper given last ThursAnd tMftk ef each Qtfeer aaln; day night, at the 1'wiUn. Aboat Aad hattiflc Mwv.sf eaeh other, tUttr ef bk friend accepts! bis Let's) idf R alMih MtjHMaty and preaouncsd It one tmilk of Mh hmw. Club last Thursday. She stressed the point of careful supervision by nurse of the health of children in the graded schools. She also drew attention to the matter of nourishing food for children attending school and the Inv portancc of play. Not often has tho Club had n clear rr, more eloquent or earnest speak' cr appear before It. The room was filled with interesting listeners. These questions have so often been asked of Club members regard ing the morning lunch that Is being served the children of tho graded school."Is it a diet kitchen the club ha established:" Tho reply is "No this would not be quite ethical." Is it n Domestic Science Course that is being tried out?" The club only wishes It were. The answer Is that the Club for one year has furnished milk and soup to the underweight children of tho three lower grades. The teachers ore high in praise of the undertaking, and if nnyono is suiTici. ently interested to attend the school nt lunch time, the delight and cour tesy of the children would be most gratifying. "Community Sen-ice- " is tho watch word of the Womans Club. New K. Of P. Officers y, n, younger society of this city happened last Tuesday evening when it was learned that Miss Ruth Glen Carrier, the beautiful and attractive daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Steve Carrier was married to Mr. Joe Francis Price, only son of Mr. and Mrs. Kdgar Price, both of this county. They were married in the parlors of the LnFayette Hotel In Lexing ton, on the above mentioned after noon at 4:00 P. XI., by the Rev. Mark Collls, Christian minister of the first Christian church of that city, and in the presence of Messrs. Glass H. Carrier, brother of the bride and Joe Knvnnough nnd Wm. Kinnnird, who have their headquarters in Lex ington. Miss Ruth never looked lovler than she did on her wedding day. She wore a blue traveling suit with hat to match and carried a bouquet of Mrs. Ward roses. They left Im mediately for New York, and Washington, where they will spend their honeymoon before returning to Lancaster, where they will reside. Miss Carrier Is one of Lancaster's fairest maidens and Is extremely popular, not only with the younger set, but has the love of everyone who has had the pleasure of knowing her. Sho is a graduate of the Lan caster High School, having received her diploma in 1918, and later gradu ating from Hamilton College. Miss Ruth has talent nnd charm that can not be equaled, and the groom who was so fortunate and who so richly deserve the love that he has won is one of Lancaster's most promising young gentlemen. At present he Is in the Insurance business, having re- cently bought out the Fire Insurance Agency of Mr. Jns. A. Hcazley Mr. Price is a graduate of the Lancaster High Schools nnd later at tended Centre College. The courtship of this handsome couple started long years ago while both were in their teens, however, their closest of friends did not suspect their serious intentions. After about a week's sojourn they will return to Lancaster, and will be welcomed into the highest of Lan caster's society, where they both have played such a leading part. The Record with their many friends, who have been fortunate enough to know them, is wishing that their married life shall be filled with perpetual happiness and sun shine. Sixty-thre- e A cpeclal dispatch to the Cincinnati Knqulrer from HIgginsvillc, Mo., says that this town will honor tho one hundredth birthday of Mrs. Amanda Belt Warren, who waa born In Garrard County, Ky., near Citizens of Garrard county should also congratulate her and if anyone In the county happens to know Just who Mrs. Warren wns her marriage, the Record would like to be advised. The Lancaster and Garrard County Chamber of Commerce, on behalf of the citizens of the community, might write Mrs. Warren n letter of congratulations. The dispatch to the Enquirer says: "HIgginsvillc, Mo., Jnn. 7th.,-T- hc one hundredth birthday anniversary of Mrs. Amandn licit Warren, who was born near Lancaster, Garrard County, Ky., in 1822, will be here tomorrow, Sunday Janu nry 8th. In honor of tho occasion the Chris tlan church has planned a special service at which her grandson, Rev. W. R. Warren, St. Louis, editor of the World Call, will speak for the family, Mayor J. W. Stlllwell for tho city and Rev. A. C. MacKinney for the church. Tho Chamber of Commerce will present n blrthdny coke, on which will burn 100 candles. Mrs. Warren is the oldest living member of the Christian Church In Missouri, having been converted at a revival meeting when she wns 10 years old, and has been a member of the Christian Church during the 84' years since then. Her descendants number 50; three children, 17 grandchildren, 28 great grandchildren, nnd two great-gregrandchildren." Lan-castbo-fo- rc ccle-bratat Quarterly Conference ft i The first quarterly conference, under the new form, of county orgsni-- ) zation, of the Executlvo Committee and the Central Committee of the Christian Churches of the county will be held in Lancaster, Friday, Jan. 20th. Tho Executive Committee consists of tho county officers whose names follow: President, R. II. Batson; First Vice President E. B. Bourland; Second Vice President, Robert Gastineau; Third Vive President, Mrs. W. S. Carrier; and Secrctary.Treasurer, Miss Fannie Dowden, of Paint Lick. The Central Cpmmittce consists ot the ubove officers; County Elementary Superintendent, Mrs. Floyd Cur tls; Secondary Superintendent, J. M. Edwards; Adult Superintendent, J. E. Stormcs; nnd one representative from every congregation In the county. Where Jt has not already been done, It Is hoped representatives to be present at the first quarterly meeting will be selected next Sunday. A State Worker will be present at this first meeting. The abovo meeting will come un der tho new form of organization, which wns adopted by practically all county conventions last summer and then by the State Convention at Loulsvillo in September. The plan is simple and sensible 'and has in It great posiblllties if tho churches will get behind it ami in every way. 4T How To Save 50 Per Cent Of Your Seed Bill Sow to each 20 acres of land one bushel of Red Clover, one bushel of ' Burials "Let's Neighborly" Lancaster cemetery, informs us that he had alxty-thre- e burials in 1921. This shows a slight Increase over former years, duo possibly to the convenience of automobiles and funeral cars, thus eliminating to a great extent, tho use of family burying grounds, as was so common in former years. Mr. S. H. Henry, sexton of the Alsike Clover and one buael.V Timothy seed at an average eeHialft $1.25 per acre. You will get stand of grass. Hudson & Fnrn Hughs Friends hero In Garrard county regret to learn of thu death of Mrs. Nannie B. Hughs nt her heme in Ashland, Oregon. wLch December 25th., 1921. MriBtj was born and reared in Gnrrard ee ty and was In her seventv.flrst vaas. She was a daughter of the late B. F. Jennings, of Danville, and a sUtar iJ , . -f ri ..- ti i ......., w. .ai WJ , r. V, l 'i III). She together, with her fasaaV' ' to thk far Western state abeat It yean act The sympathy at taa ., v. ceauauaKy gaa oat te Mr, aad atber rslaUvsa ItTskok aad laasv, New Quarters The Shoe Hospital, owned and operated by Messrs. Manley and Wilson, has been moved to the new quarters, recently occupied by I'. B. Williams, adjoining the store of Goedloe and Walker Brothers. 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LtL, V dal BatfaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaHsaaaaal Lk. .aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Jan 12, 1922 JANUARY CLEARANCE SALE OF SUITS and OVERCOATS SO 0VERC0ATS--I0- 0 SUITS $27.75 $24.75 $21.75 $19.75 WILL BE SOLO AT SWEEPING REDUCTIONS FOR 20 DAYS Suits Suits Suits Suits Suits Suits $18.00 Suits $15.00 Suits $40.00 $35.00 $30.00 $27.50 $25.00 $20.00 MEN'S SUITS AND OVERCOATS nnd Overcoats, now nnd Overcoats, now nnd Overcoats, now nnd Overcoats, nnd Overcoats, nnd Overcoats, nnd Overcoats, and Overcoats, now now now now now $18.75 $15.75 $13.75 $11.75 Hart Schaffner & Marx and Sherman & Sons fine Suits and Overcoats in all wool fabrics and latest models. BOYS' OVERCOATS AND KNEE SUITS . $14.75 $20.00 Suits and Overcoats, now $13.75 $18.00 Suits and Overcoats, now $15.00 Suits and Overcoats, now ....-$11.7- 5 $8.75 $12.50 Suits and Overcoats $7.75 $10.00 Suits and Overcoats, now $8.50 Suits and Overcoats .now ..$6.75 $7.50 Suits and Overcoats, now .$5.75 , $G.50 Suits and Overcoats, now ,..$4.75 ... House of Quality. JAS. W- - SMITH American Legion News Jim ("Sailor") White, the strong man of the Navy, is in the habit of pulling loaded freight cars with his teeth and cracking railroad spikes between his thumb and forefinger, When he entered State hendquartcrs of the American Legion, he offered to lift desks and things with one hand, he wanted to tear up radiators by their roots, he wanted to bath in the front of iron safes. He was out of a job, and his en crgy, with no outlet, was becoming terrific. The Legion succeeded In placing him. .opening and closing doors in n club. A national which would Lancaster, Kentucky TOBACCO SEED Kelley's Improved Standing Up Burley A. W. O. L. merely bcrause he leaves a Government hospital without content Hi only of physician penalty is that he mutt foot his own transportation bill if he wiihcs to return. All states are planning exhibits in Beginning Jan 9th TRIPS DAILY REO BUS LINE WILL MAKE TWO ROUND FROM LANCASTER TO LEXINGTON. Leaving Lancaster at 7:110 A. M. and 12 :.'10 P. M. Leaving Lexington at 10:00 A. M. and r:30 P. M. The seed that produces the tobacco that has brought the best price on the Kentucky markets for the last twenty-fiv-e years. Good, home grown, hand cleanPRICE $2.00 PER OUNCE. ed seed, Send check or money order to B. L. KELLEY & SONS Members Hurley R. F. D. NO. 1, LANCASTER, KY. Marketing Association. connection with the conference of American Legion officials to be held at national headquarters Jan. 19th. and 20th. The conference will be attended by General Pershing, Secretary I) en by, and a representative of President Hurdlng. To aid In combattine the "done" NAinn none r.ABAr.r Phone 2:31 for further information. HEADQUARTERS IN LANCASTER KIN- - g R Records Help Farmer Through Low Periods Lexington, Ky., During the present period of finnncinl nnd agricultural depression, it it more Important than ever before that farmers study their farm business, keep books and produce their crops and livestock with the greatest possible efficiency nnd economy, farm management specialists at the College of Agriculture arc pointing cut to Kentucky farmers. The farmer, like any other business man or manufacturer, must study his business if he is to make a success of it, they say. "Surveys made in the State show-tha- t one of the chief characteristics cf successful farmers is that they are on the alert to learn better and cheaper ways of doing things connected with their business, "C. U. Jctt, a member of 'the department said. "Farmers who ma 1c a profit during the past year kept books on their business and used their heads as well as their hands and muscles. "One of the principal values of a set of farm account books is the close study of the farm activities which it makes possible. Informa tion gathered in the books suggest modifications in crop and livestock practices which, as a general rule, make production more economical and profitable. This information al so suggest ways and means of rc ducing operating expenses. "When the trend of agricultural prices is upward, farmers may use inefficient and uneconomical methods of farming and stil have a profit at the end of the year. On the other land, during periods of depression, it is only by the most efficient and economical methods of production that farmers arc able to realize a profit." archives building In be assembled all the records of tho World War is the aim of the American Legion's com mittcc on memorials. A bronze tablet erected to a comrade who gives his life "in line of duty," unholding law and order, is n further recom mendation of the committee hospitals in California. the American Letrion is working with the Narcotic Control Association. James A. Johnston, warden of the California state prison. Is president of the organization. evil which has invaded a number of Many a man Is considered wise un and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Dailey and son, Mrs. Amanda Clouie, til a woman makes a fool of him Miss Maudie and Burton Clouie and Mrs. Colman Locker and children. Government nurses will not rank with "scrub maids" if n protest to the Senate made by John Thomas Taylor, of the legislative committee if the American Legion, bears fruit. Taylor objects stcnuously to the sec tion of the pending reclassification bill which he says "will tend to low or the nursing profession in the eyes of the public." Loans, without security and at the wilt be provided for men by sick and wounded a big rotating fund, plans for which arc being worked out at national headquarters of the American Legwho do not need ion. the ready cash from Government ompcnsatlon would contribute their bonus to the fund. rate of interest, r I maw 1 A It is even so in the selling of goods and products. I I I 1 1 Knglish and civics will be taught ut American Legion posts in Greater New York, at the request of the Hoard of Education. This furthers the Americanization campaign already under way. I I I I 111 I Simple Fact s In the trades nnd professions the man who specializes in one line of work produces beat results and gives greatest satisfaction. The Htoro tfint specializes in certain lings learns how best to servo the people in their lines. Wo specialize in the selling of GENERAL MERCHANDISE AND FARMING IMPLEMENTS. He-in- g All that the Veterans' llurcau has accomplished in hospitalization and will be rehabilitation of wieckcd if medical reserve officers arc placed on a civilian status, according to John Thomas Taylor, of the American Legion's legislative committee, who is protest ing the recommendation of the llureau of Efficiency. "Behind the recommendation is an attempt to make tho treatment of the disabled man a football of politics," Taylor declares. The sunny south anneals to jobless men, according to statis tics of the American Legion employ. mcnt bureau at Birmingham, Ala., which recently registered men from all parts of tho country and only 105 residents of Birmingham. experi ence, and an agreeable wife are the requisites of an applicant for a tract on the state soldier land settlement project. Tho applicant's wife must signify her willingness to take up rustic pursuits, according to an announcement from American Legion headquarters. This is designed to preclude unsuccessful experiments. A thousand dollars, farm a J 1 i s I I specialists, we feel that we can serve you to better advantage without an increase in cost. It, at any rate, is worth your whilo to try us out. I I Becker & Ballard BKYANTSVILLI, KENTUCKY. "Army discipline" is not imposed upon sick and wounded under Government treatment, C. R. Forbes, director of the Vrtcrans' llureau, has informed the American Legion. A disabled soldier is not ents In colleges and universities of Wisconsin. The service men are going to school agoin under the provisions of a state bonus which allows them $30 a month for four years along with their education. Harding has received President the consignment of cherries Jrom the Argentine to arrive in the United They were brought from States. Tor TKr Rio dc Janiero by the steamship I) ILv. Mad. General Ion Child Birth American, which broke all records u7 u'"3 between that port and New York by a 10 day run. The famous surgeons, Drs. Wil I0V9 All liam and Charles Mayo, will treat former soldiers of the world war in IKIinK OfMiaoOO HIT un a $200,000 hospital which the Ameri- eaisruLBSisvuroiCo. Bin. Alualt Ca. can Legion posts of Minnesota will BUCKEYE erect. Patients will be charged acGuaranteed cording to their ability to pay, as Miss Sallle Noel is on the sick list determined by Legion officials. 6.000 Miles Mr. Mat Carter was in Ilerea Mon WOLF TRAIL day. Mr. Lcnzy Hay, who b 111 continues Mrs. Abe Ilurton spent the week about the same end in Madison. Messrs. Geo. ind Hiram Hay were Mrs. John Dailey spent the day in Stanford Monday. Friday with Mrs. Itobert Sowers. Mrs. A. C. Miles sold a nice horse Master Holman J. McMillian spent to Mr. Knight recently. Friday night with Harrison Dailey. 41 per cent Protein Cotton Seed Mr. Amon Tenter ana son, of liar- Mesl for isle. Iludion t Farnau. rodsburg, visited Mr. Allen Teatcr Sunday SchoV Sunday A. M. 10.15 recently. o'clock and preaching at 11 o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. Harvo Tenter were Mr. and Mrs. Heather Hay and Other Sizes Low Priced guests Friday of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh 31 x4 $14.75 f 8.93 lamily were In Lexington Wednes 30 s 3 Mobcrlcy. 32 s 4 I6.G4 303U 97 day. Abner Hay, of Poor Itidgc, was 12.8S 18.13 Messrs. Dan Ray, OHIe Bogie and 34x1 with Mr. and Mrs. Elijah McMillian Charlie Grow wnro In Richmond Sat- Thwe etc I lie famous Dunbar Fabrics II last week. with a 6,000 indcguarantre Come til urday. our tale and get the benefit n llirae av- Mr. and Mrs. Slydc Simpson wero .. W al a M fe a Mrs. Sari Ida Hay and Delbert ,K, ,4 .I,,, guests Saturday night of Mr. and oi.t an a aiala Whittuker, who have been sick are bamtnl al iuaaltlrU(mm. aaj ia yw in Mrs. 1. Dailey. Improving. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Aldridge and Mr. Hiram Hay, Mr. Forest Noel, with Mr. children spent last week-enWORLD pRJJSTOEES Mrs. Nora Teat:r and Miss Sallic Lou and Mrs. Moio Kay. Teater, spent Thursday In Richmond. Mr. and Mrs. Elijah McMillian Mrs. T. S. P'eratt and daughter, and son spent New Yarc'a day with have returned 'tome after several Mr. and Mrs. James I. Sanders. COY S. SANDERS, PROP week's stay In Richmond with Master Holman McMillian spent from Saturday until Monday with on I'oor Itidgc. his Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Moberley wehe In Madison Thursday and attended the funeral of Mrs. Belle Collins. W. O. RIGNEY W. B. DICKERS0N Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Dailey had as their guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Simpson, Mr. and Mrs. Powell Dailey and son. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Aldridge and children, Mr. and Mrs. Mose Hay and family spent a delightful day Sun. day with Mr. and Mrs. Elijah OfflcelPlioue 18. Residence Phone'33. Mr. and Mrs. Abo Ilurton enter tained at sumptous,'ew Year's din- ner. The following guests were present: Mr. and Mrs. Carl Moberley Itah-rah- s have supplanted doughYou can generally tell uhen an boy battle cries with 100 former office holder is ncaring the end of soldiers who have enrolled as stud- his term. His smile won't come off TIDE M :i SALE PMOTHERS 0N! 303" E. M wl K Jjl 133i d grand-parent- s, W. O. RIGNEY & CO. Funeral Directors and Embalmers Lancaster, Kentucky. Tha Central Record. Lancaster Ky. Thursday, Jan I 2, 1922. REPORT OF THE CONDITION Of The . 3 CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK THE TIME TO TAKE Winter And Sprint; Beit Time To Prune PEPTO-MANGAN T.l IW 'S feljgW- - RfjSy I n No. 2S88. When You Feel A OF LANCASTER, KENTUCKY, AT THK CLOSE OF BUSINESS ON DECEMBER 31, 1921 Will Bring . RESOURCES Loam am! discounts, Including rediscount (exYou Back To 1308,057.22 cept those shown In b nnd c) bills redlscounted with Federal Reserve Notei and Same people never need any mediBank (other than bank acceptance 8,250.00 $300,107.22 cine at all. They are, as the saying old) goes, "strong ns a bull." They are 1,(07.04 mighty lucky. Most people need a OverdrafU, secured, None; unsecured, 1,407.04 Deposited to secure circulation (U. S. bonds good tonic once In a while. They 50,000.00 par value) 1,010.00 51,040.00 take cold, or through overwork or All other United States Government Securities. social activity do not get enough 3,300.00 sleep; many eat improper food and Other bonds, atock, securities, etc. 7,000.00 Banking House, 1,353.20 8,353.20 thus hurt the digestion. It is migh Furniture and Fixtures ty wise to take Glide's Pcpto.Manga . i .i.t. it 17,707.75 with tho rneala for n few weeks and reserve wun rcucrnii newnc iinnniiwiui Cash In vault and amount duo from national build up. One cannot have too banks 45.CCC.58 much good health. n Amount due from State banks, bankers, and trust gives you plenty of red blood, and companies In the United States (other than 2,724.71 everybody knows that red blood included in Items H, 0, or 10 43,301.29 Total of Items 0, 10, 11, 12, anM 13 means feeling good nnd looking good Checks on banka located outside of city or town all the time. Sold by druggist 1,481.69 liquid of reporting bank and other enth Items...... Advertise and tablet form. Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer and due 2,600.00 mcnt. from U. S. Treasurer . Suspended Credits 732.72 Little "Off It Health I... ............... ........ . . ................................ Pepto-Manga- .......... ... ......................... ....................... LIAIIILITIES. TOTAL Capital stock paid in Surplus Undivided profits Circulating notes outstanding . Certified cheeks outstanding Total of Items 21, 22. 23, 24, and 26 Individual deposits subject to check . Certificates of deposit (other than for money borrowed) Hills payable, other than with Federal Reserve Rank (Including all obligations representing money borrowed other than rediscounts) ... $495,500.81 Poultry Problems Slat ed For Tenth Farm 60,000.00 Conclave. 60,000.00 0,194.10 9,194.10 Lexington, Ky.,.. Poultry housing, 60,000.00 feeding nod management will be I0.G0 among the subjects to receive spec! 10.00 annual 228,344.11 al attention at tho tenth Farm and Home Convention to be 62,958.00 held at the College of Agriculture Jan. 31st, and Feb 1, 2, and 3rd 45,000.00 according to the tentative program being arranged for the event. As I TOTAL $195,500.81 former years, a part of the general State of Kentucky, County of Garrard, ss: 1 1 u. uavidson, Uashler of the above named bank, do solemnly program has been set aside for far swear that the above statement is truo to the best of my know- - mers and their wives who are espeel ledge and belief. ally Interested in farm poultry prob - G. DAVIDSON, Cashier, Subscribed and sworn to before me this Gth. day of Jan., 1922. lems. S. C. Denny, Notary Public, Included among the speakers who My commission expires January 8th, 1924. have been scheduled to address th Correct Attest: J. J. Walker poultrymen are C. L. Manwaring, W. F. Champ commercial poultryman of Mcntonc Shirley Hudson Directors. 2nd., who has made n consistent yearly profit from his flock; J. Wilson, Corydon, whose flock ha county Home Newt cost, n number of Fayette records been one of the leading ones among farmers are planning to keep being conducted as demon on their herds and feed n balanced the 47 strations In the State; J. H. Martin ration during the coming year, ac Oldham county farmers will give cording to County Agent V. R. Gob in charge of poultry work at the college and J. R. Smith extension more attention to the keeping of bert. farm records during the coming year, Jackson county farmers are making poultryman of the college. Mr. Manwaring will outline some according to a report from County a systematic effort to rid the county Agent Gordon II. Nance, Eleven of scrub hogs with the result tha of the principals he employs In mak flock return f 10,000 profit already have been enrolled to keep the last one Is expected to be dis ing-hi- s books on their farm business. posed of in the near future, a re year his tubject having been an Corn, hogs, poultry, clover and port from County Agent V. R. Rey pounced as "$10,000 a Year From dairying will be the lines of farm nolds states. As a part of the move imckens. lie also will tell some activity to receive special attention mcnt, 114 pure bred pigs have been of the things which the Indiana state from farmer in the Red Fern com distributed among junior agricultural poultry association is accomplishing for poultrymen in that state. munlty of Taylor county during the club members of the county. .Mr. vtuson win discus the man coming ye.ir, according to plans out Retter management of the farm lined In a program of work which poulthry flock is receiving Increased agement of his flock and tell the they have jutt completed in attention from Lewis county farmers farmers and their wives how he has with County Agent J. L. Mill according to a report from County been able to maintain a high egg er. Agent R. O. Date. The feeding o production. "Commercial Poultry Raising I During the coming year, six Knox balanced rations to increaio egg procounty farmers who nre owners of duction and the proper housing of Kentucky," will 'be discussed by Mr, Martin while Mr. Smith will give representative farm orchards will hens are being stressed. demonstration on Judging birds for with County Agent Earl egg production. He will point out Mayhcw in conducting demonstra some of the things to be considered tlon with their fruit trees to show when selecting hens for layers. In the value of proper orchard manage addition, he will give an address on men. They will use prescribed meth"Form Poultry In Kentucky." ods in demonstrating to farmers of T hollowing the address, tho Ken that district how the yield of fruit PA SMfcaclM, MieuMatttusi tucky Poultry Association will hold may be increased. I Wtstwy ami Madder tea s h a meeting and elect officers. In order to eliminate The poultry program which Is to cows and produce milk at a lower Stormes Drug Store be held on Wednesday, Feb. 1st will be concluded with an address by Aaron Saplro, California market REPORT OF THE CONDITION ing expert. Mr. Sapiro will speak Of Th. ot 7:30 o clock In the evening. Fund.............................. ....... .. ..... ....... ... ........... I- Farm And From Over Kentucky Farmers may prune their fruit trees safely during any part of the dormant season, except freezing weather, giving preference to late winter and early spring, according to recommendations made by orchard specialist at tho College of Agriculture to Kentucky farmers who have inquired as to the best time to do this work. Young treces, which were planted in the fall, can be pruned best in the spring, the specialist say. "When old opple trees need thinning and heading back, It is advisable to thin one year and head back the next, 11". R. Nlswongcr, orchard specialist at the college said. "All dead and diseased branches should be removed and burned the first year. In removing laterals, it is best to tut close to the main branch In or der to eliminate stubs. It Is n good practice to cover all large cut with grafting wax to prevent entrance of disease." The pruning of trees of this kind should consist in correcting crowded conditions of the lower part by re moving small branches, especially thoso that contain old, worn out fruit spurs. Heavy pruning by cutting out large limbs encourages wood growth near the cut end the follow ing season and reduces production the second year. The removal of large limbs on the lower part and In the center of the tree opens larg r.oies wnicn admit too much sun light. "Heading back the main limbs by cutting to a side branch which points down and out will tend to lower th tree top, and make spraying and harvesting of the fruit easier. Head ing back by completely removing up right branches is to be condemned because this treatment opens tho top of the tree. "It is difficult to rcjuvlnato old neglected peach trees satisfactorily but those which nre healthy and vig orous may be renewed by rather so verc cutting back. The tall branches should be cut back to lateral an as much as three or four years Crowth removed If necessary. Crowd ed lateral branches may be thinned and the central ones cut back to en courage renewal of the bearing wood." RATCrUL WOftUITS STORV Blair. 461 S. 20th St. Terre Haute, ImL, wrltesi I suffered two year with kidney and bladder irouuie. Alter taking Foley Kidney Pills a few short weeks I found my trouble gradually disappearing. The backache stopped and I am also free irom tnose tired spell and headache, and my vision is no longer blurred." Foley Kidney Pilla help the kidney keep the blood clean and eliminate, me impurities that nause backache, rheumatic pains, sore, stiff and wol. sen joints ana muscle. Stormes Drug Storo A Everything FRESH and We will not sell to any of our customers Drugs or Drug Store thing we would not use in our own home. The moment we find that our Drug become tale we THROW THEM OUT. When you or your loved onea are sick, you want the very best Medicine you can get, and you can always get it from us at a FAIR, SQUARE price. McRoberts Drug Store CAROLINA LEAF POOL OVER TOP coming week and that Director of Warehouses Ralph M. Backer probably would be able to announce the personnel of his department for the Northern Kentucky and Indiana districts, the others having been announced Saturday. Total Of 350 Million Pounds Of Bright Tobacco It Signed In KENTUCKIANS AIDED If people were required to live on what they honestly earn we fear some of our illustratlous millionaire Move, Well would starve to death. Above Minlmumr DRIVE. Attention Hunters Positively no fox hunting or hunt-o-f any character or trespassing on our farms. Any violators will be prosecuted. W. S. Embry, W. A. Trice, T. J. Price, Ed and N. B. Price, Fisher Herring, Crit Meadows, Ansel Meadows, John Collier, J. S. Schooler, Joe Crlscillls, J. M. Criscillls, Robert Spcake, George Conn, Jim Conn, Henry Arnold, Marion Johnson, W. E. Whltakcr, Tom Conn, J. M. Meadows, W. T. King, John Rich, Sam Rich, J. C. Conn and J. F. Adams, R. L .Arnold, Mrs Victoria Anderson, G. T. Ballard, Sr., E. L. B. L. Kelley, Donebue Woods, Bros., IT. U. King, T. L. Yantl. Mrs. Emma Hlgginbotham, J. M. Farra, J. W. Hill, George Broaddus, Logan Hubble, Cyrus Daily. (Other names trill be added upon the payment of 25 cents.) Mr. Robert MT. HEBRON Mr. David Logan of La Veto, Colo. is the guest of his nephews, Messrs, W. L. and Ed Grow. Tankag for hogs, Wheat Mid Rings, Rye Middlings, Uallard's Pure Wheat Bran. Hudson At Farnau The prayer meeting at this place progressing. Mr. Soper leads 1 The tobacco grower of the bright leaf belt in North Carolina, South Carolina and Virginia have signed up 350,000,000 pounds of tobacco to their pool, 47,000,000 pounds more than the minimum required for the success of the movement, according to information received Monday by James C. Stone, president and gener al manager of tho Burlcy Tobacco Growers' Association, from Aaron Sapiro, legal adviser of both associations. Mr. Sapiro went to North Carolina Christmas Day to aid in the final week' drive of the campaign. Clif ton Rodes, of Burgin, and Major William Collins, of Paris, aided in the last three days of the campaign. Mr. Stone said the system of grad ing to be followed by the burley as sociation would be worked out the (tf.) ProT ljUtoissBJ NATIONAL BANK NO. 1493. OF LANCASTER, KENTUCKY, AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS ON DECEMBER 31, 1921. RESOURCES Loans and discounts, including rediscounts ex cept those shown In b and c) ....$254,000.92 $254,000.92 OverdrafU, secured, None, unsecured, $03.04... 03.04 Deposited to securo circulation (U. S. bonds par value 50,000.00 All other United States Government Securities.. 43,000.00 93,000.00 i Other bonds, stocks, securities, etc. 25,872.50 Ranking House, . 0,000.00 Furnituto and fixture.... 1,000.00 7,000.00 ..... .......... .................... Lawful reserve with Federal Reserve Rank..... Cash In vault nnd amount due from national banks Total of Items 9, 10, 11, 12, and 13 03,898.99 Checks on banks located outside of city or town of reporting banks and other cash Items. ...... Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer and due from U. S. Treasurer 22,239.12 03,898.99 5,318.20 2,500.00 $473,952.77 ..................... LIAIIILITIES. TOTAL Capital stock paid in Surplus fund Undivided profits . . 10,205.31 Circulating notes outstanding Certified checks outstanding Total of Items 21, 22, 23, 24, and 25 307.00 individual deposits subject to check Total of demand deposit (other than bank deposits) subject to Reserve, ltems-228, 29, 30, and 31 ..313,380.43 7, ...................... ............................ ............... ............... $50,000.00 60,000.00 10,205.34 60.000.00 307.00 313,380.43 Thursday .night Subject, "Walking With God," Mr. Irvin Dean underwent an oper ation of the eyj at Lexington, under Dr. Trap, last Wednesday. He Russia appears to be a land of fam doing nicely. Mr. Malcolm Osborne moved last ine where it leaders grow fat. week to Mr. Angle Sanders' place and Mr. Bud Crank moved whero Mr. my I will miles Osborno lived. Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Dean and Mrs. on White Lick Creek, on A. S. Dean were in Lexington Sunday to see her sister. Mrs. Sallie Jennings who I very sick. Tho infant of Mr. and Mrs. Orbin Thompson died on last Saturday morning. Interment In Mt. Hebron cemetery Sunday afternoon. Much TEN O'CLOCK sympathy is extended tho bereaved n rents. to-w- it: Mr. Russell Vnnderpool and fam sell ily moved from this place, near Buena One cow calf, one We regret to have ista latt week two-hors- e them leave us. Mr. Jesso Shcrrow, 5 old; 2 cultivators. of Lock No. 8, moved to the houso 1 acatvd by Mr. Vanderpool, Mr. Joe plow, one 5 plow Duncan moved near Lock No. 8, Mr. mowing machine, 1 two horse stump Tom Crank moved to the house 6 8 dozen acatcd by Mr. Duncan and "Mr. Earl bacco Zyt. If quality was RsNx Grow moved to Sunny-sid- e school 1-12 0 11 111 J place BR wotiWbeprictks" at from Paint Lick, Wednesday, Jan. 18, 19?? AT the following and years family mare, 1 as gyp y y We 1 horse, turning ttefiojKTRitlcty eriIbyGold, NSxV house. i TOTAL $473,952.77 Stat of Kentucky, County of Garrard, ss: I, S. C. Denny, Cashier of tho above-name- d bank, do solemnly swear that tha above statement Is truo to tha best of my knowledge and S. C. DENNY, Cashier. '. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 0th. day of January, 1922. L. G. Davidson, Notary Public. My Commission expire Jan. 8, 1924. Correct Attest J. E.. Stormes T Alex R. Denny W. M. Elliott Directors. Rccharqc and Repair all makes of Batteries CONN rad CONN Prof. Gcobel Harrod and Miss Ella Mao Cummins, of Preachersville, were united in marriage at the Hotel, at Richmond Saturday afternoon at 1:30, Rev. I. W. Manley officiating. Prof. Harrdo's home I in Frankfort nd Is High S:hool teacher at this place. He la a gentleman of sterling worth. The bride Is the accom plished daughter of Mr. and Mr. F. F. Cammlns and is also a teacher. Their friends here wish them a happy and successful voyage through life with Just enough shadows to make them appreciate the goodness of God. Rastus plow, one puller, 1 to setter, or jars of berries and dozen WJiite Leghorn hens, one good fruit Cooking Stove, 1 good Heating Stove, Household and Kitchen furniture and other things too numerous to mention. cultivator, Terms made known on day of sale. M Andrew Roberts PAINT LICK, KY. Capt W.T. Kingr,.Auct. I 1 The Central Record, Lancastei . Ky .. 1 huraday Jan I 2, 922 I Farmers! Hnvc your machinery ntul Implements rcpnlrccl before you need them. Saving time is just ns economical ns saving money. n "Putting it ofT until tomorrow" lins cost mnny farmer n bunch of money. Tomorrow proved too Into. You enn bring us your implements nnd machinery now for repairs without loss of time. Later in the season the time snved will be worth more to you not endowed with cxtraodl nary patience, becomes wenry of repented nagging and censes his effort for tho community good. The town gnlns nothing from this nagging, but loses much through the future apathy of the one whose loyn efforts were so unjustly attack ed. Legitimate commendation is a booster and n builder. Which is best for this com munity? Lancaster School Notes. Eaamlnalloni know by the excitement and the conscientious study of the pupils that examinations are close at hand. They began Wednesday at noon and continue through Friday. Kveryone hopes to pas and is trying his best to accomplish this One would end. A Friend A friend In my estimation is the first person who comes In when the world has gone out. A friend is the personification of love and help, one who considers my needs before my deserving; a friend is the essence of Lower The Cost of Eating1 The same brands of groceries when sold in different stores do not always cost tho consumer the .. the same price. in knowing where to buy to bust advantage. in the run of a year. The secret of keeping tnble expenses down is than the cost of repairs. Bring along that horse that needs new shoes. When put on scientifically they give better results. Even the horses are pleased when they wear a pair we put on. CONN BEOS. "Live and Let Live Folks." DC Issssf rir ric A 3 geologist of the University The Central Record of California has discovered Year. 91.50 Itiud Weekly. tnat earthquakes can be pre Payabla in Advanca. dicted in advance "with the J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. same precision ns weather fore 3. L .ELK1N, Local Editor and Mgr. casts." And woulan t tnat peeve Entered at the Poit Office in Lancaster, Ky., as Second-ClasMatter. FAS s Mall r THE Fotrtrw A JvrftUinf Rjpcf.rrt.lif ASSOCIATION AMERICAN PR Uacjsler, K., JaBaary 12. 1922 Ratss For Political AnnouocaraanU. For Precinct and City Offices. .J5.00 10.00 For County Offices For Stato and District Offices. .16.00 .10 For Calls, per line .10 For Cards, per line For all publications in the Interest of individuals or expression of Individual views, per 10 line Obituaries, per line . - .05 As The Editor Sees It. There is something that this town needssomething it is possible for us to havesomething that would be for the material benefit of each and ever' citizen. What is that something? You have your ideas, and other people have theirs, and it is even possible that we have ours, but no one appears to know what the other fellow thinks. A good idea, if given pub licity, is valuable to everyone If bottled up in your own think ery it is of little or no avail. Why not let it out and give others an opportunity to size it up, for the good of the com munity? Wo will bo glad to publish a number of such articles, if our readers wlil take the trou ble to write them. They should set forth, briefly, the viows of the writers as to what is most needed in this town. Who will contribute the first idea? Thinkers who have been watching the Washington arms conference are much impress cd with the grave differences that appear to exist between England and France. Bridging them seems to be a Hopeless tasK. mere seems to be no middle ground upon which fliey are willing to meet parties to a misunderstanding Enili.h II would' in most cases result in T. Kogcr Uourland Dec. 14, 1921. the restoration of harmony nnd One summer I decided to raise bring the two contending watermelons, so I wouldn't have to forces together for a united raid somebody's patch evcrytime I wanted a pull in the interest of commun- and plantednclon ,soten got out early hills. about ity betterment. When they came up they sure did you ? Ut T Before raising our eyes to look nice and sat upon the fence Just ns we were ready to dreamed the jubilate over the possibility of the moon let's first see what post and and so theofvines good time grew and coming, we have at our own feet. sidestepping spots where earth grew and my hopos grew and grew quakes are to occur, through until Anally a little watermelon timely warning of our geologi Bring Out The Brains. came. It began to grow, but the cal friend, we are confronted Our federal reserve board trouble was that it was the only one. When had white with the exasperating state has kept this country from stripes very large itdown little spinal running it mcnt that the prediction will passing through a disastrous column. I let it keep on growing un be "with the same precision as panic during the past two til its stein died. Then I began to "r weather forecasts. years. It will prevent others thump it. I thumped and thumped, and finally deckled it was ripe. in the future, for it is the safety I didn't ask anybody that knew wnen pride leaves a com valve to our monetary and nnd one day my curiosity got the bet munity prosperity generally banking systems. ter of me and I pulled and split it They goes with it. An international body of this open. You could hardly tell the in We might keep this fact character, organized by the side from the out and I got thorough mind in this town, and make great financial institutions of ly disgusted. I tlung that old green plans for a general clean up the various countries, would watermelon out in the road and I and spruce up when spring be do more ,to readjust the shat- never have raised aquamelon since. The school was very glad to have gins to open. tered and tottering monetary Kev. Hudson with them Wednesday The man who hns no pride cystem of the old world than morning, Dec. 2 1st. He gave an enin his surroundings possesses all other elements combined. joyable talk and said some very good little ambition to advance in If Europe will employ its things, which we hope will be of life. For that reason he docs irnlns along lines and go to benefit to- - all the pupils as they not become one of those ener work tho threatened collapse travel down their path of life. Misses Margaret Blilott, Hazel gettc boosters and producers can be averted, and stability Champ, Means Sam Klliott, Walker who arc the "making of a and prosperity will eventually Itobinson, A. C. Sanders, S. I). Cochcommunity. ran attended the dance In Kichmond return. Let us make 1922 a year of Insisting upon the cancella Saturday evening. We are glad to have Mr. Walker pride in our homes, nnd our tion of war debts is childish llebinson back with us after an people, and our agricultural and will avail them nothing. of a few days. and commercial activities. e nre very gutu mat we nave Pride may come before a What's In A Name? Mis Minnie Johnson on our Faculty fall, but it is a fact that it ul- now. She doing fine William E. Johnson, prohi the younger is chihlrun. work among; so serves to keep many n felition lecturer of Westerville, low on his feet. Laugh and Live Ohio, is known in many lands Walker itobinson's old mule sprain-He has lectured in numerous A fellow remarked the other ed her ear Saturday ami he wears countries, hns stirred up an tin It at half mast. day that he "doesn't believe in imitcd amount of hell, nnd A curious inquirer wonted to know God, anyway." las accomplished a world of tho siMor status so here thoy are: him-relAsked if he believes in Miss Ouri, Ida Ho, Mary Und, he proudly admitted that good. ssssssssssssr Not all of this work would Caltiu Fornin, A He llama, Louisa he docs. Anna, Delia Ware, Minnie Sola and Some man, greater than God suffice to make his nnme a Miss Slppl. too insignificant to make tousehold word, yet one lit l'aul: "What Is Claude limping of himself more than an atom tle nickname has done it. for?" C William E. Johnson is known t7iiiM. 11111.. . I. iuii ill lute miu f in a world filled with people n ii, liu ..11 Studcbakcr, L. to a limited few. broke his ungagomtmt." IN a recent letter to Ohio states that J. who are firm believers in divinof Coshocton, he "Pussyfoot" Johnson is an Miss Sexton to Selence clans: ity. owns a Studcbakcr Farm Wagon which "What makes) a steam engine run?" international character. l.ueion T.: "Well I guess if xonu- has been in constant use for 42 years and Criticism Nagging After nil, there is something I I I I pure devotion. The link In life's long chain that bears the greatest strain, like a star of hope In a cloud We nre oil applauding tho of adversity, or one who smiles on efforts of the wise men in our misfortune, frowns on our Washington to effect an adjust faults, weeps at our bereavements ment of the differences that nnd is n fortress at all times of are estranging the nations of trouble. friendship has the likeness True of the earth, and we earnestly n diamond In tho ring or acquainhope their Inbors may ultimate tance, or a Jewel whose lustre the ly bear fruit. strong acids of poverty and disaster But why stop with nntions7 cannot dim. . .a Friends are like n harbor of refuge lit I noi extend tne pence wny from the strong trials that come, making down to the home they nre the sunshine of calamity town? uur true friends multiply our in every town tnerc are Joys nnd divide our griefs; in fact many differences between the they nre Invaluable. Our school would now be n church peoplesome slight, and oth Without a thing to Jar, ers intensely bitter. If people thought us as good as we A quiet meeting and a sin believe we are. LI II. S. cere efTort on the pnrt of both Crowing Watermelons Why Not At Home? Pennies saved daily multiply into many dollars The proof of these statements is in the goods we sell you and the prices wo chnrge you. We invite your most thorough investigation, knowing in advance what your verdict will bo. Currey Fellowship Banquet & G-ulle- y. 1 The Chamber of Commerce will b1j ,llrrrtu.ns, including llryants-glv- e a fellowship banquet Friday vt,s Stanford, rreachersvllle. Jan. 27th., at 7 I. M. at t(,nvtlle, Paint Lkk, Hucksyc, HyaU. the Court House. Klrkaville. The Centre Five famous orchestra will furnish Special I If u want lOenty of pep. strength the music. d energy, take Tanlac. singing will also feature the eceaMan. .Storm os Drug Store, All members desiring to parttci- pate are expected to buy two tickets ' so that for very member present we RntCS And FarCS Cut will have a guest. d y KetTIOVal aXCS See Secretary Abbott ar Chairman Swtnebread before Monday evening,! Uemoval of the war taxes of eight Jan Iflth., regarding your reserva-'e- r cent on pnssenger ami sleeping- ear fares and af three per cent on "ns. All guests are to be Invited net by rrpjcht ehanre which became elTec- you personally, but by the Chamberl ue at midmeM of December 3lst, ' of Commerce. will mtvin a MUtanUal reduction in Some highly important tonics will, the ef hat fright and pa.sen- be presented. .No soliciting will, rvr traimwrUtion. occur. A statement umied )iy Use Sauth- coU' If yu are feeling alt wern out. ifirrn 'tB,lw"r " ' yau can't eat, sleep or wurk with I . uniYfTMtuy. mnr enitfinnufm any satisfaction, you need Tnnlae. Storm es Drug Store, j will reoult in a material cut in the It. hill t American people have been Believe In Signs. paying fer trnnspertatfcm. llureau of Under tne ruling af the The Chamber of Commerce thru Internal Revenue, the railways will its Highway Committee, consisting not be permitted to make refunds of of J. K. Stormes, Chairman; W. F. war taxes paid un unused pertions of Champ and S. F. Hughes have placed tickets er mileage er of such taxes two dozen arrow signs directing trav-tlcr- s paid en freight uyereharges, Reto Ijincaster, also half a doxen funds of taxes will be made only on Knoxvillo signs. "irect application to the CommisAt Hedgeville and Hubble the resi sioner of Internal Revenue, Washingdents were especially appreciate e ton ,and appli.ation must be aecom-pnnie- .l and declared the signs were of great by certificates from the v relief as it was not unusual to be agents through whom refund of awakened by confused tourst, seek- the railway (barges was made g. I seat of Garrard. mg the ( uurity These arrows are now in evidence In rt "" rail-wa- - nb-sen- i 1 f, I .-- but In use.for4Q years and still going I 1 And nnd agree. Before the arms conference was called relations between them were known to be seriously strained. Today they are almost at the breaking point. In another year or two it Is quite possible that these two great nations will be tearing at each other's throats. Facts arc often disagreeable to face, but the wiso man never passes them by. criticism is beneficial to any community. Nagging and fault finding are destructive. Yet both are to be found everywhere. Constructive criticism points out the wonk spots in a scheme Baptist or undertaking in a fair minded but forceful manner. Nagging picks it to pieces without reason or remedy. Often a man is sincerely do slrous of doing something for the general improvement of the town in which ho lives. The improvement he advocates may be of no more benefit to him than to any other citizen, yet there is invariably someone vices. ready to impute a selfish or When n man can truthfully say he ulterior motive to his efforts. is not Interested in his wife's gowns In time such a man, if he is it is a cinch he doesn't pay for them. Constructive body built a fire under you, you'd run toe." Mr. Doyd in Ijitln class: "Jesse, Tanlac is the Ideal xtrungthenor what are the principal parts of the und body builder for old folks, be- verb tremble or start?" muse it creates n healthy appetite Jesse: "I tremble, but I can't fur wholesome, food and strengthens start." and Invigorates tho digestive organ. Miss Robinson: "Whal's the dilfer- Stormes Drug Store. It. ence between the verbs "incline" and Church News "concllno!" "K-r-Its In th spell r V. A. Lear: Thoru will be n choir rehearsal ing." next Friday evening at the IlaptWt Miss Sanders: "Hen, why do you 1'arsonage Home. All members of tho church and congregation, who en- always beat time with your feet?" Hen: "It's the music in my soul I listed are requested to be present on guess." that evening. The regular services next Sunday Samuel: "I never do get my les morning and evening. Subject for sons." the morning service: "A Prophet' Walker: "Why?" Vision." A spcciul collection for the Samuel: "Dccause the girls wink Near Kast Itelief will be taken at at me all the time and 1 have to take both the morning and evening ser- time to wink back." in n nnme. is still giving good service. This clearly shows that n Studcbakcr Farm Wagon is n good investment for any farmer. as the 42 year old wagon owned by Mr. Balch. We constantly carry n full line of Studcbakcr Farm Wagons, just as dependable, just as strongly built When you want a Form Wngon, come in and let us show you our line of STUDEBAKERS. VFt can saw you monty, n is a new way to move your or delay. A Studebaker Farm Wagowlth-out.damage tobacco In he came, Down ho "sot," Said "unprepared," And out he got. HASELDEN BROS. Lancaster, Ky. The Central Record. Lancastei , Ky., Thursday, Jan WHEN IN TOWN-CAL- 1 2 1 922 We have some L AT ENCLES AND Mr. Alex West, of Frankfort, has been spending a few day In Lancaster. IMPORTANT TOPICS To Be Considered By Chamber Of Com- mcrco During Year j Wo keep what you wnnt In GROCERIES FRUITS. noil Friend have received Invitations from Mis Francis Grant, who graduated Jan Olh., nt the Lexington Sen!- or High School. Nice Winter Hats BELOW COST. ALSO A FEW Just received nvc dozen Men's Work Shoes to nt $2.75. Mr. Frank Turner and two daughters, Misse Itona ami Minnie, spent a most enjnynble dny last Thursday with Mr. Tom Doolln. The W. C. home of T. U. will meet at the Mr. Samuel Cotton Satur day at 2:30 P. M. All member are requested to be present. The baby of Mr. and Mr. II. II. Fox, who ha been eriouly ill at the Good Samaritan Hospital, in Lexington, i much improved. and Mr. Kobcrt Grnham Kvan Mr. W. It. Cook, of Danville, were Mrs. Hthn W. Gott nnd little daughter, Maurine, of Richmond, nnd Mr. O. II. Carpenter, of Camp Nelson, were the guest Sdndny of Mr. nnd Mr. L. N. Miller. returned from their bridal tour and Zeanne came to Danville Tuesday have taken roonM at the Knglo Ilouie afierneoH and were united In mnr- en Rfahmond street. riagt at the Unptiat parsonage nt C o'olwk by Dr. W. I Walker. The Mr. Bllon Ilotti and daughter, bride formerly lived in this city and the MtH Uuie, have isoved Into is the attractive daughter of Mr. 1IJH property on Maple avenue, which anil Mr. Wallace Hills, of Huston- they recently ptirelwMM!. ville. Mr. Zanone i n popular drug State Commander O'Neal of Ieul. clerk nt Iinrastur. After a ilx Wile, District Ksecutive Committee- o'clock dinner nt the home of the man K. M. Walker, of Ilerwi, Com- bride'n unele, Mr. It. K. Kill nnd mander Wade, of Danville and Dr. Mr. Kill in this city, the happy Hume, of Ulclmioml. were visitor in couple left on n bridal trip to Louis tanoastcr Friday night and attend- ville. They have the best wishes of many friend. Danville Messenger. ed the American Legion banquet. -i Hoy Hay-nMIm Sue Shelby Mason nnd A ILrltl MiMl.n o( tht Coming snd visitor lnt week of Mr. Martha Mr, Hilllo Mason were entertained Odnjs hyTHoss Wt Aft Islmsttd In. Price Friable and Mrs. K. I Uwley. at n six o'clock dinner Tuesday evening nt the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Hobert Graham Kvans, of W. H. Cook, In Danville. Hon. Clay KaulTman spent Sntur Danville and MIm Marie Louise Mr. A. II. Ilntln entertained Tuesof Louisville, were visitor ilny in Covington on busine. of Mr. Mar Urn I'rico Frisble, Tuof-dn- day evening with a six o'clock dinner nt her home on I.exingten road In Leteher Christopher Mr. nnd Mr htnor of her husband' birthday, A recent visiter in Danville. have brcn Mr. and Mr. Talton Kmbry Wheel- delicious six course menu was served. er, of near Danville, visited hi moth- Member of the family were present. Mis Kllsa Lunsford, of Cincinnati, home li visiting her sister, Mr. Jasper er, Mr. Dora Wheeler, at the In renewing her subscription to of Mr. and Mr, llenjnmln Wood, Cox. the Hecord, MIm Mnttie Kate writes Sunday. that she ha moved to St. Louis, Mr. At Sander hat been a recent Mr. Willie I.ong, after spending n vlilter of Ms daughter, Mr. Purslcy, few day with hi parentis Mr. and where her son has a nice position, and that they nre very delightfully in LoutnHlo. Mr. M. I). Lent:, ha returned to located and pleased with their now I attending home. MIm Sallle Lou Myers ha return-oi- l Lexington, where he from a vtilt to the MIe Roy, school. Mr. nnd Mr. Victor Lear enterton at Marksbury. MIm Helen McCarty left for her tained Tuelny with an olegnnt famhome in Atlanta .after spending two ily dinner nt their home on Lexington Mary Mn. Luther Glbbs, Ml week at the bedside of Mr. It. I avenue. The enjoyable occasion was been recent KJUh, who and Pattlc Walker have still remains In a crltlcnl to celebrate the birthday nnnlvenutry visitors In Danville. condition. of Mr. Lear. Hi many friend wish Miss Mary Noel, of DsnvttW. bn Mr. and Mr. Gus Dunn, who have him many more happy returns of the gutMt f sister, been been the residents here, left thi month day. Wood. Mrs. Jamc Stanford, were they will make Mr. Hoy Hnynes, who has been I'aul Hyd h relu riMnl frwrn their heme In the future. I'rof. the guest of her raothor. Mrs. W. II. friend regret the departure of Mason, left Monday for a brief visit with W fnm-il- y hi Chrtstma thi excellent couple. In LeltchtWd, Ky. to Mrs. Hobert Walker, at Paint Celling entertained at IJek, before returning to her home Mrs. Jack Mr. and Mr. T. PtMard went to In Washington City. Quito n numHurgin and nt the day recently her heme Monday evening at n miscellaneous shower in honor of Mrs. ber of Informnl teas have been given with Mayer and Mr. Dunn. In honor of Mrs. Hnynes during her About thirty-fiv- e Chester Kngle. Mr. ami Mr. Charlie Sait, of responded to Invitation and an en- visit here. Among them was the ten given Mendny afternoon by Mr. Cincinnati, have boon recent guets joyable evening was spent. Frank II. MnrKsbury, t her home on of Mr. and Mr. Jasper Cox. Mr. Kmmn Higginbotham, who Danville road. The room were Mr. Anna Hubble ami daughter, ha been with her sister, near Klrks-vill- decorates! in potted plant and cut Mnttle Map, have returned from a has returned to Lancaster, flower. Delicious refreshment were vult to relative In HedgcvWe. where hc will spend several week served. About twelve guest were Her. William K. RU ami family before going to Athevllle, N. C, present. Tuesday at noon Mr. Hobmoved thit week to the now llasoldcn where she will spend the remainder ert Walker gave a dinner party In of the winter. honor of Mrs. Hnynes. The table property In "Haselden Heights." had for its renter piece a basket fillThe regular weekly meeting of the Ixnr Dudderar, of Mr. ed with flowers. An elegant six Indianapolis, i vMUng her brother, Woman' Club was held Thursday coure menu was served. Hoth of afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the Mr. William I. ear ami Mr. I.enr. ntTnlrx proved very chnrmlng rom en Lexington avenue. Mr. these Mr. K. II. Smith ami children, of Cowley, of Ilerea, gave a splendid one. taulsvllle, pent a few day last week aildreM on "Child Welfare." About If the average nlienht l correct with her parent. Mr and Mr. 8. It. forty were pruscnt. in hi contention we may ultimately Henry. The paslsng of the birthday of be forced to consider every person Mr. and Mr. Jamo Clark and two Mr. Mnrtbn Price Frisble wa made Insane until proven otherwise. daughters, were recent gueota of ht vry enjoyable Saturday when a few idstcr, Mr. John Dunn and Mr. Dunn, friends gathered at the rooms of Mrs. In Hurgln. K. - Owley to celebrate the oc dinner wa. a cation. A delieiou HOW MUCH DO YOU OWE? Mri II. C. Hese ami Mn, of pleasant feature of the day. Mny TWO, FIVE. TEN OR TWENTY are gNaatM f her sister, tfct splemlid wtHivan live to enjoy THOUSAND? Rr:. Hos Hastln ami Mr. Hostin In many Mare of happy event, is STOP I THINK! MEDITATE I "Hill Court." tlM wish of her many friend. Mrs. We can consume thi obligation Harry lludon aloe gave n dinner and relieve you from further worry. Mr. Auncr nay ami mcr. An indebtnoM policy on your life Udn Mae ami AUem, upent Thursday Monday in honor of Mrs. Frisbie and uunng .ma wun iw iiiuiieuv her mother, Mr. Thompson, of nt $8.00 nnd un, per $1,000 rolievo Springfield, who is her guest. you of thi heavy obHcntion aml Ida Spcnko. and mnkes the old farm safe for your FUmumc h'UU and Mr. Dean Mr. and Mr. Chester Knglc have MIm family. W. II. Mnson, c. y, y. Gossip About People nv? Mr. Mr. rrNt nr fr ventn e, Hee Gerard A. Abbott, executive secretary, of the Chamber of Com merce of lincnster and Garrard County, hns listed the following topic that will have consideration of the body during the year 1022: 1. To rhangu the fiscal year from! Jnnunry to Marchl. which I vhe cus-- l torn which prevails In ninny counties north of the river. Thi change will mako all legal document mature and expire at a time in the year when the agriculturist I in n better con dition financially. 2. To establish n United Charities, making it necessary to have all distributions and relief come thru the Chamber of Commerce so that ths organization may have n record of the various disbursements, thus pre venting duplication and impostor nnd that clns of people who are prene to fleece the public. J. The Chamber of Commerce will maintain n credit rating bureau nnd each member will list with the secretary all name appearing on their look n "open account." It I the Intention to make thi list con fidential and one merchant, though n competitor of another storekeeper, will decline under certain condition to open an account with nn indivldu nl who ha abused the privilege else where. I. A Lancaster without n telegraph station and as it hns an Aero Club with money In the treas ury, we believe it will be feasible to establish a radio station here, se curing for our citizens wireless infor motion which radiate from the Cin cinnati station. newly-electe- d E. The council will interest itself in the passage of an ordinance increasing to $2I the occupation license fee required from peddlers nnd sidewalk vender who invade the town on court dny and swindle the farmer nnd under sell the established merchant. C. We have Just succeeded in establishing a receiving stntlon for cream, which shipment is made daily from Lancaster to Cincinnati. 7. We have induced a Lincoln county manufacturer to establish himself here and his small broom factory is now operating with a capacity of three hundred brooms per week. 8. We nre securing free delivery' service of mail to our residents. The government ha already the appropriation anil the matter I simply held for a few weeks to afford the citizens an opportunity to erect mall 1 Childrens Hats, very Cheap FRANCIS-SMITH j i i ONE 15 H. P. FOOS GASOLINE ENGINE MOUNT- ED ON STEEL TRUCK. GUARATEED PERFECT SALE AT A REAL BARGAIN. CONDITION. FOR WRITE OR PHONE For Sale A. B. JONES CO. FOR ! 1 PHONE 518 DANVILLE, KY. oto(xxetxxx)Ofxxx3(xrxxri Classified Column I RATESi SALK:.. I have several I will sell good Hemp Urakcs that tho money. worth William Lear. I am standing n Hig Typo Poland China Hoar at $1.00 cash. Single Insertion lc a word A Illram Land, No ad taken for less than 20c S 12.22-4t.-pHuckeyc, Ky. In this column. No ads In this y FOH SALK:One Rubber Tired column charged. $ o Fraizer CnrtPractically new. Has tho Seven Insertions for not been driven over one hundred O price of five. Z. T. Rice & Son miles. Phone orders must be paid v (It.) promptly. Arc you using bleached flour or juoooootxm wxnooooocxxocx flour to which phosphate has been added? KIthcr destroys the food FOH SALK: Small Heating Stove. value, use Glen Lily it has neither. Mrs. Cronley Hroudus (12.22-it.- ) Garrard Milling Co. Office room for rent on second Lost, strayed oi stolen from my Citizen National Hank. floor. place, a yellow sorrel mare G yrs. old, sound and on the pony order. FindJohn Orvill Uuttcr Cup Ilulbs for er please notify mc nnd receive reJoo Ashbrook, Hryantavllle, Ky. ward. sale. Phone 47-Junction City, Ky. Wm. HIce. .) (12-8-C- nnd lot on good FOR SALEiSome extra Lexington street, with good barn. S. G. Ilaseldcn. timothy hay. Will deliver in quan-(tie- s of 10 bale to n car load. FOH SALK:.. One Oak Iledstead Z. T. Rice & Son, and Springs. Will sell cheap, see or It, Huckeyc pike. John W. Wood. call FOH RENT:. -- House boxes. GKHAHD ALAN ADROTT, Executive Secretary. Whenever we read of an Ameri can girl marrying a foreign nobleman we can't help wondering How much she paid for him. There nre some joke, which, though oft repeated, never crow too old for consumption. For Instance, congrusa is again about to resurrect tht hoary old bird known as "rend justed eompen.ntion far the men who fought the war." I- Confidentially Ury-anivi-lp, the wn s. k. rsrvirivuiVMvrv Ml yw EESOLUTION uuT new To keep at all time a complete stock of the most popular brands of FANCY AND STAPLE GROCERIES, CHOICE, FRESH and CURED MEATS at a price that you can buy them. Watch our window each day for our prices on some items. Have paid .v hisrh as $22,000 in Wanted: Salesmen to soil to the one month, en death claims and they farmer AC.MK MINKHALS which were your neighbor or your friends grow the bone and supplies the mm Vacant chair is a sstd thought. oral element; ACMK PIG MKAL OA INKS, The Insurance Mnn, iual to milk; ACME CALF MKAL (It.) HKST UY TKST. nnd ACMK MILK FKKD for chickens. Sato nre large. A paying ACMK M1NKHAL CO., business. Wheaton, Illinois. Mr. S. II. Spcnko sold 23 ducks for IL'IMO. Mr. Shelby Sherrow recently mov Kvery body holding accounts ed to Mr. Joe Hicks' farm. ngninst the Garrard County Hoard Mr. Newt Kto moved to the farm of Kdurntten nre requested to send of Mr. Norman Grow Inst week. itemized statement of same to the Mr. Curtis Snddler has moved to County Superintendent at the close the farm ownod by Mr. Howard King. of each month. School duties have been resumed Huspectfully, James It. Abner, SupL after n two weeks vacation at this place. Misses lllnnohe nnd Idn Spcnko spent the week-en- d with Mrs. Curt I All trustees Manure Spreader, $100.00; Oliver Riding Plow, $S0.00; Second Hand $1.7G each, Ilarred Hock male Cook Stove, $20.00; Heating Stoves, three for $5.00. One malt, 12 $C.G0, Cook Stoves, $21.00; Breechfomale $18.00. Write T. I). O'llearn. ing, $8.G0; Collar, $1.00. Alum-nlu(M2.2L.piL) ware granite ware and many One new Tire chain, be- other things at cost. LOST:.. . J. It. MOUNT & CO. tween Richmond pike and Union Finder please notify School House. Brown Leghorns, Dr. V. G. Klnnaird. Single Comb Dark exclusively, vlgorou winter laying FOH SALK:- -. Rose Comb, White strain. Karly bargains In cockerels. Wyandotte cockerels, $1.G0. Phone If taken nt once. Stock carefully 3C1G. Lancaster Kxchange. selected nnd guaranteed purebred. Mrs. W. II Hamilton. Phono G5 Y. Hryantsvlllc Kxchange. Mrs. Jno. Nnylor, Hucna Vistn. Ky. Defend your health uso Glen Lily flour; no bleach, no phosphate added, pure rich nutty flour, GarRead tho bag that contains tht rard County wheat. flour you use, If bleached or Garrard Milling Co. used. Remember the government has spent n half million FOR SALK: Some fnncy Thoro-breto prove It Is Injurious to health. Owen Farm, Thompkins' Strain Glen Lily i the only one you can S. C. Rhode Islnnd Red Rooster, al- buy that contains neither. Prices so egg from same strain. Garrard Milline Co. reasonable. Call and see, phone or The man who is tolerant of other Mrs. Fred Hnll, write Paint Lick,, Ky. Is not often criticised himself. (tf ) m phos-phat(12-22-it- .) d, (12-22-4- os BOURNE N12-2t-p- Notice. ATTENTION FARM OWNERS CHAS. C. WHEELER T. G. MADDOX REPRESENTING Wm. E. SIMPSON N. O. RUDY Notice. Saddler. Mr. nnd Mrs. Jamo Stone, Jr., are. SGOtt & Ruble Phone 206. Public Squire. rejoicing over the arrival of n ten pound girl. Mr. Willard Ilnmm nnd family havo moved back to their farm on ML Hebron road. Mr. J. W, Vanderpool and family, of Lexington, are moving to the farm of Mr. Will Duncan. Orchard grass, recleaned K.nlucUy Blua Grass, Red, AlsILe and Sapling Clover, Long While, Sweet Clover, and Rapo Seed for sale. Hudson & Farnau. Mis Lou F.lla Doolln has return ed home, after spending the Xmas holiday with relatives and friends in Lancaster. of Gar rard County are requested to call at the otflrc of County Superintendent and receive a copy of school law, which gives tho duties of subdistrlct trustees. Hespcctfully, James It. Abner, Supt. sub-dlstri- Wheeler Realty 60. Incorporated LOUISVILLE, KY. WILL BE AT THE KENGARLAN HOTEL THURSDAY AND FRIDAY Notice. Pursuant to an order of tho Gur- ntrd County Court till claim against the estate of W. K. Whittaker, will be presented to me at tho Citizen Nutlonal Hank of 'Lancaster, Ky., on or before Feb. 0th., 1922, properly proven by law. I. G. Davidson, Assignee of W. K. Whittaker. (H2-4L- JANUARY 19th and 20th ' Remember the place and date ENGARLAN HOTEL, LANCASTER, KY. THURSDAY AND FRIDAY, JAN. 19th., and 20th. Auction Department WHEELER REALITY CO. Inc. LOUISVLLE, KY. Wo sell farms at auction. Don't fail to sec us If you want to convert your farm into quick cash. ) The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Jan 12 1922. Ju 18.05 Young, W. P., 60 acres Sparks, James, 40 acres 6.02 Faraaa. Meal for tale. Hudson Vanderpool, Russell, 23 34 Miss Annie May left for nerea last District No. 4, (Colors.) 8.97 Acres Tuesday, where she entered school 3.07 Ilaxter, Andy, 7 acret 00.35 Williams, Ollle, W acres 0.61 Mr. K. If. Chandler, of Lancatfar, Heazley, Geo., hrs., 4 acres Williams, Henry 00 acres 118.01 Ilurntlde, Clay, I acre purchased a ow from Mr. Ernest 3.07 W. A. 20 A., 1020 23.80 Wearren, 3.07 S. S. 8. TfioroafMy RMs the B4f ef Campbell, Martha, 1 acre Davit. Rhsumalism Impurities. Dlatrlct No. 2, (Colors) 14.40 Denny, Qulnn, 10 acres Allene, the lutle daughter of Mr. 0.41 Denny, Clell, 4 acres Adams, McKlnley, 1 acre 7.78 and Mrs. Arthur Dalley ,1 sill with Pombolr's mother li mifffrlnar lo 12.07 Faulkner, Andy, 20 acres 17.04 Cockrell, Frank A Will, 4 A. Tha scours of rh.umattam rttshtl double pneumonia. and hut wreekM her Nxln ttmptn 12.47 Faulkner,.Irvln, 12 acres Coffey, Colonel, 14 Acret 11.30 sufferlnc. tnt forward, ahs srta bat Miss Mary Lee Kurti, who is at 8.48 Faulkner, Irvin, 12 A., 1920 11.40 tha common ground, nut htr seed Dunn, Dave, 2 acres tending Lancaster High School, spent heart still Motifs tn tha turn Dot 3.28 Faulkner, Wm., M., 12 A. Dunn, Ruck, hrs., 1 acre 10.20 nnybodr csr.7 H.H.8. It ono of tha week-enat home the known, and It rrtatmt mora 5.55 Faulkner, Wm. R., 4 acres Dunn, Francis, 6 34 A. 21.42 help build blood crib. Iti medof Ilerea MIm Myrtle Doolln. 7.16 Gllllsple, Owen, 0 acres.. A. 0.76 icinal InsreriUnta aro purrtr vrseta-M- a, I, A. K. WALK Kit, Sheriff of Embry, Henry, hrs., 4 College spent the holidays with her It nrrr dlsarransra tha stomach. Hughes, Sam, 32 acres 27.49 Glllltple, Addle, 1 acre 4.45 It la, In fart, a splendid tonic, a blood Garrard County, will on Mrs. Cla.ide Sparks. sister, maker, a blood fnrlchtr. It banlshra Je fferson, Crenncl, 8 acres.. 25.84 Guynn, Will, 4 acres 10.08 rhaumatlam from Joint, muscles and JAMIIAIIV nir-- l ion? Jones, Hock A wife ww . MIkhs Hernlcr and Hetsle Tester tnWn.V n' ei 1 vanai 13.99 Hunt, Jas.. 8 acrei A. J1.(M. tha tntlra body. It bullda firm fifth. It la what tomcbodjr'a mother cads entertained a number of young folks same being County Court Day, oiler Kennedy, Gene, 0 acres.. 18.62 Hunt, Dock, 90 acret 45.43 tonlxhtl Mother. If you ran not fa one evening during the holidays. 1.09 Jones, Dan, 3 acres for sale at the Court lloute door, at Kincaid, Susan, out to R,t a bottla of fl. B, P. yourself, acre 7.45 surety somebody In rour family will. 8.00 Kelly, Isiah, hrs., 20 acres Mr. Robert l'trsons has moved to tancastcr, Kentucky, the following Logan, Jeff, 0.54 acre.... Homebody, itet a bottla of R 8. 8. now I brain I.t antntin.lira mother Mayba, to feel Mr. Thompt Davis' place here, Mr. real property .returned delinquent Mullins, Richard, 0 17.70 Kennedy, Anna, 4 A. 1920 acres 3.28 maybo Joyful aaln tonlfht. , How alorlon, yon wilt feel, mother, having moved to same being the amount due for Mullins, Itobt., 2 acres Russell Holmnn la 11.92 Kennedy, Hob, 18 at 11.39 A. nur motheri In 8.8,B. aliea.soldTtio wfc.ny.ar rheaaiallsm 1. all (.no. IX nil ,(m store. two Uuckeye. State, County and School Taxes, for Ready, Silas, .1 10.23 Kennedy, Hob, 18 acres A 1920 13.23 ItwUlbuUd jonnp.toel larser tlto U tha mora economical. the year 1021. Said sale to begin Simpson, Jas., 04 acres 74.23 Kennedy, Ed, 50 acres 0.40 LOYD 4.45 Leavell, Jonah, 4 acre at ONE O'CLOCK, Standard time. Smith, Annie, 4 acres 6.72 The names of thoie paying before Sutton, Lee, 1 acre 5.03 Palmer, Will, 2 14.80 dren, and Luke Nnylor and children, acret POOR RIDCE Mrs. J. D. Ray Is on the tick list that time will be stricken from the Tarrance, Frank, I acre 24.09 Palmer, Will, 2 11.85 spent Thursday with Mrs. Wm. Mat A., 1920 Miss Monta Ray visited relatives In lilt. Mrs. Lewis Simpson and daughter, thew. Taylor, Ed., 12 acres A. K. WALKER, Sheriff 18.14 Schooler, Patsy, 30 acres 5.36 Lancaster last week. Wallace, Allen, 1 4 A... County. Acne, spent Friday with Mrs. C. 13.61 Spllman, Solon, 1 acre . of Garrard 7.54 Moberley. White, Margaret, 0 acres 11.62 Woods A Campbell, 12 A Mr. Kirby Teater shipped n car CARTERSVfLLE DWtrlct No. 1, (White) Williams, Will, 18 acres load of stock Friday. 25.30 Yeakey, hrs., 1 acre Miss Olivia IYcston was the guest 2.38 Mr. John Scroll is ill. 32.03 Dlatrlct No. 3, (Whit.) of Miss Minnie East at Buckeye from Mr. and Mrs. Squire T. Whittaker Adams, W. I., 62 acres.... 110.00 Anderson, Mrs. Adams was 111 last week. Saturday until Monday. entertained several to dinner Sunday, Aldridge, M. G., 100 acres T. A 32 A. 23.04 Anderson, D. D. hrs., 60 acres 10.98 Hurton, Joe, 10 Notice. Mr. Dock Simpson, of Richmond, Is Mr. and Mrs. L. Cobb and daughacres 22.02 Mr. and Mrs. Cleo Ray, Mr. Fred 123.67 Clouse, Wm., 101 acres... Jas, 23 1.2 acres ter and Mr. Elmar East were visi- ill. 15.10 Snyder were In Lexington Wednes Darnes, GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT Harnes, J, K., 214 acres. 32.80 Cotton, Carl S., 55 acres tors in this vicinity recently. 9.88 Master Eugene Sparks is 111 with day on business. Plaintiffs, W. T. Adams, et al, 20.49 Ulanton, Andrew, 60 acres, 0.51 Mr. and Mrs. Ike Duncan and chil- rccumatism Mr. and Mrs. Wm. S. Ray and little llroadus, Mrs. J. M 45 acres 72.07 Davis, Corda, 0' acres VS. Denny, Levy A Sons, 40 A. 35.45 Ollle Huffman, ct al, dren and Mr. II. A. Duncan were Mr. J. V. Dulley and family will Charlotte A., visited Mr. and Mrs. Hrown, Ceo. F., 235 Defendants. A. 210.14 East. Lllbura, 1 acre 8.12 visitors in Lancaster Sunday. move to Sugar Creek. J. D. Ray Sunday. This case having been referred to 67.34 Fain, W. II., 21 Hurton, II. G., 15 acres acres 40.60 Mrs. Chlorls Sparks was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. James Simpson are Doolln, R. N the undersigned Master CommissionCremo Dairy Feed will make your 80 acres.. 138.80 Floyd, Tom, 1 acre 0.40 Mrs. John Land Friday. visiting their daughter, Mrs. Alvat Duddcrorcr, Dave, 404 acres 632.21 er to receive, audit and report on cow give mora milk. I L., 4 Acre Foiter, 9.03 claims against the estate of W, L. 43.71 Grant, E, II., 79 Eason, James, 25 acres.. Mr. Willie Masters visited his par- Turner, of Indlnapollt, Ind. Hudton St Famau. acres 109.23 Adams, deceased, notice is hereby 33.31 Hounshell, F. M., 60 Mn. J. D. Ray, Mr. and Mrs. Wm Estes, O. W., 414 acres Mrs. Barney East, Misses Minnie ents, near Richmond recently. 08.77 acret givrn that he will tit in hit office In Shirley 0., 8 acres 27.01 Humphrey, Floyd, 140 acres and Lavcrnc East were guests of The infant daughter of Mr. and S. Ray and Mrs. Fred Snyder visited 233.81 tancaster, Kentucky, on 88.63 Lamb, Jim, 12 Estes, S. II., 28 acres Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ray hurtday. Mrs. R. H. Preston Saturday. Mrs. McKlnley Matthews is ill. A. 17.09 Grimes, James, 4H acres . 8.80 Locker, Jas, 42 acres SATURDAY, JANUARY 14th., 1022, Mrs. S. Ray, Wm. Mrs. L. L. Mesdamcs James Matthew and chil 70.35 41 per cent Protein Cotton Seed Matthew and Mrs. Marshal Ray were Gullcy, J. W. A sister, 30 A. 48.40 Locker, Owen, 10 acres 25.47 beginning at 9 o'clock, for the pur45.00 Locker, Coleman, 1 acre callers of Mrs. Squire T. Whittaker Gulley, J. W 38 acres 19.7 pose of receiving claims properly 41.01 Locker, Ilronson, 1 acre Gullcy, Robert, 147 acres Saturday afternoon. 11.94 proven against the estate of said deHatfield, John, 10 acres . 21.12 Maupin, John, (n. r.), 3 A. W. II. HROWN. 4.10 cedent. Mrs. Fred Snyder and baby girl, 15.82 Moberley, Wm. T., 60 Huffman, Geo. (n. r.) 20 A. Master Commissioner G, C. C. A... 71.20 Allle 11., Mr. and Mrs. Wm. S. Ray Humphrey, 42.70 Naylor, Wm. M., 12 acres Herman, 28 A. 9.93 and little daughter, Charlotte A 79.07 Oliver, Amoi, 112 acres Johnson, M. II., 80 A. 1919 104.68 were with Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Ray When a pretty girl smiles at a Lancaster Flour Mills, T. L. 150.9 Oiborn, Herman, 25 acres on good city property. Pay back on weekly 29.30 Wednesday. young blood It never appears to Mm Manuel, J. T., 80 1 acres 144.40 Osborn, Albert, 33 acrrs 31.08 Orchard frail, recleaned Kentucky Mcrida, A. M., 160 acres 189.41 or monthly Installments. that she may be thinking of an ice Prather, J. M., (n. r.) 20 A. 17.54 Blue Gran, Red, Alilke and Sapling Marshbanks, Maggie, 30 A. cream Sundae. 30.21 Ray, Mrs. Mike, 2 acres 9.27 Clover, Long White, Sweet Clover, Marsee, John F., 110 acres 123.33 Sanders. A. T. A J. I. 181 A. 330.00 A mathematician of the and Rape Seed for tale. Coat 10.40 Scarbrough, Herbert, 28 A. Marsee, Geo., 10 acres 30.11 and Geological Survey asserts that Hudion A Farnau. 8.G2 Simpion, 45 acres Morris, Sam, Aaron, 38 A. 31.73 during the past ten years the north Mr. and Mrs. Kirby Teater enter I'ayne, J. II., 113 acres 58.57 Simpson, Mrs. Mary, 80 A. ASSOCIATION, lacefperaitl 00.88 pole hat tilted 00 feet out of line. tained Mr, nnd Mrs. Ollic Black, Mr. I'oynter, Tom, 100 acres 301.27 Simpson, Holla, 4 6.5 That ought to give a new lease of acre and Mrs. L. L. Matthews and Mr. and I'oynter, Walker, 0 acres 23.73 Smith, J. W., 20 J. E. ROBINSON, President Wm. S. HOPPER, Sec't & Tres. A. 92.23 life to the profiteers. They can Mrs. Wm. S. Ray Wednesday night. I'oynter, J. W., 5V acres 11.41 Sparks, Claude, 22 41.49 "blame it onto the pole" hereafter. acres Refreshments were tcrved. I'oynter. I. V., 60 acres 40.18 Sparks, Claude and Cloris, 10.89 I'retton, Earl, 5 acres 10 acres 19.08 Speaks, R, K., 171 A., 1920 01.02 Stephens, C. C, 70 acres 73.00 ENGLISH Speaks, J. W., 15 1.2 A. IUL 19.13 Simpson, W. W., (n. r.) 22 A. 24.01 14.77 Tuey, Tom, 1 acre Turner, John, Town Lot 9.47 HOW USE Wheeler, Mrs. Dora, 97 A. Whittaker, W. E. (Cdn. RobL JOSEPHINE TURCK BAKER. Editor 14.90 (1920) Layton), 3 acrrs 2.05 White, T. C, 58 acres 35.51 A Monthly District No. 3 (Cotorad) District No. I. (Colored) Adams, Abrose, 31 acres J2.50 PER YEAR 25.73 9.85 Hoatley, Rube, 1 acre Anderson, Alex Town Lot.. 6.71 Send 10 Cents for Sample Copy Anderson, Grant, S acres 21.22 Hroaddus, Charlie, 00 4 A. 8G.39 to Hall, Amanda, Town Lot 6.13 Kennedy, Wm., hrs., 7 A... 10.37 Correct English Publishing Co. Ueaxey, Sam, 1 acre 12.71 Kincaid, Ellen, 9 2 A 12.00 EVANSTON, ILLINOIS. Uoatright, Charlie, Town L. 0.40 Leave!!, Ed., 8 acres 19.02 7.37 Mitchell, Mary. 1 acre Durdett, Hat 2 acres... 2.72 7.19 Mitchell, Jim, 1 aero Uurdctt, Uright, 2 acres . 5.02 Keen, 38 112.41 Ray, John, 57 49.50 acres Clay Good residence situated two nnd n hnlf miles from Perryville on the Perryville and Leban- Uurdctt, John, 9'J acres acres 177.01 Reynolds, Johnson, 4 acres 7.24 on turnpike. Farm contains 322.2 acres. Three tenant houses, three tobacco barns, capac- Ilunlett, Uurdctt, James, 3 acres 8.47 Turner, Douglas, Real 18.82 Law ity 25 acres. One good stock barn. This is limestone land nnd colors tobacco very line. 20.10 Warren, Sam, 110 A. Dunn, Elijah, 25 acres 178.64 Money to loan on farms-Li- st Evans, Tom, Town Lot 12.01 Warren, John 3 17.94 Acres your farm for tale priv Faulkner, Clarence, 15 acres 23.30 Warren, Joe, 2 acres 8.33 ately or at auction. Faulkner, Louis, agt., T. L. 4.44 Wett, Charley, 10 acres 7.00 Faulkner, Louis, Agt. T. L. 3.35 Office over J. W. Smith's Store. District No. 4, (Whit.) Henry. Andrew, 6 4 acres 21.01 rUma, A. C, (n. r.) 227 A. 20.01 6.13 This place will be sold in four tracts nnd then as n whole nnd the bid or bids realizing Hood, Liszie, Town Lot Anderson, Henry, 52 acret. 92.10 M. S. ngram, Roland, I acres 12.93 the most will be accepted. Herry, John, (n, r.) 10 A. 7.70 James, Jasper, 1 11.15 acres Hrock, Jesse, 20 acres 7.08 HATFIELD Kavanaugh, V. II., 5 22.73 A. Chad well. A, T., 24 A., 1920 13.02 TRACT NO. 1Located on southside of road with improvements consisting of residence, Lockey, Alex, Town Lot . 5.71 Campbell, J. P., 5 acres 4.45 DENTIST large tobacco barn. This tract contains 34.9 acres. Lewis, Maggie, 4 acrui 12.57 Church, James, 4 ncres 3.93 Onlco Tha Garrard Bank. Mayfleld, Andy, Town Lot 11.99 101.11 Choo.s Office 5. TRACT NO. 2 This embraces the eastern portion of said farm and has upon it n tenant Middleton, Dob, 4 A., 1 T. I. 10.74 Colton, G. I)., 125 A R.sid.nc. 378. Combs, II. P., 120 acres.. 151.27 LANCASTER. -house and large tobacco barn. This tract contains 155.8 acres. KENTUCKY. Middlcton, Sam, Town Lot 9.10 Creech, Eliza, 33 acres.... 01.40 Middleton, John. 9 acres 23.79 Davis, Jeff, 34 acres 10.10 34.81' is the western portion of said farm and has upon it two tenant Mitchell, Jerry, 10 acres TRACT NO. Duncan, R. L., 4 acres 11.92 Mullins, Annie, Town Lot 3.75 houses, two tobacco barns, stock barn and contains 119.2 acres. Hslcomb, John. 40 A., 1919 0.70 Ncwland, Sarah, Town Lot 6.13 Hall, Sam. 37 acres 11.33 0.40 Exclusive. TRACT NO. 4 This tract is the southwest corner of Tract No. 3 nnd is without improve- erkins, Henry. Town Lot Mammons, Fannie, 52 A. 69.66 Robinson, Ligc, Town Lot 8.47 ments and contains 12.3 acres. Helton, J. II., 10 acres 6.03 Optometrist Robinson, Geo. L--, Town Lot 10.54 Hurst, Geo., (n. r.) 80 acres 6.41 Williams, Herbert, 1 aero 0.40 Irvin, T. 7--, 52 acres 18.07 DANVILLE, - KENTUCKY. The sale will be held in Danville, Boyle County, Kentucky, in front of the court house, on District No. 2, (Wlule) Jackson, I-- P., 1 acres 8.48 Opposite Gilcher Hotel. Uaker, A. '.., 18 acres 55.58 Jackson. Elizabeth, 1 acre 1.09 OHica Hours to 12 and I to S p.m. Huckley, Wm 8.93 King, W. M., (n. r.) 150 A. 7.20 Crank, Tom, 7 2 A.eres 8.15 Laden, Wm., 2 acres 7.89 Doolln, S. D 220 Acres.. 200.27 Lake, Tim, 45 acres 8.13 Doolln, John, 58 A. 77.19 Lamb, Gilbert, 25 acres.. C.Odt Duncan, Edgar, 104 acres 80.78 Lamb, Sam, 17 acres 11.58 Durham, Jas., 18 A. (1920) 50.25 Layton. Hill, 27 3.4 acres.. MINERAL DIRECTOR 31.21 the same being County Court dny at 2 o'clock p. m. Ely M.rs. Ilettlo, (n. r.) 04 A. 37.10 Meadows. M. P., 40 acres 44.08 Ofllrs) Over National Hank. Fain, W. M., 105 acres 242.03 Messcr, Hen & Hugh, 88 A. 12.30 JReildcncs 1'hona 3. Ofllc I'hone 27 TERMS OF SALE One third cash, balance in one and two years with lien retained on Fletcher, II. J., 70 acres 30.84 Mitchell J. II., 64 acres 67.19 LANCASTER, KY. property or purchaser mny pay cash. Deferred payments will benr G per cent interest. Graham, Mrs. Salllc, 1 acre 3.70 McClure, C. C, 20 .acres 10.85 Bidders nr,e advised to be prepared to comply promptly with the foregoing terms. Iton, R. I'., Exs. S. N. lion McQuerry, J. T., 777cres 17.07 70 acres 89.20 Parker, hrs., 12 acres .-1.45 Ison, Logan, 50 acres 45.82 Pointer, Kvalyn, 2 Oacrea 3.42 Lemay, E. 20 acres 30.19 Pullins. Mrs. Clyde, 15 acres 14.44 VETERINARIAN. Middleton, Mrs. Jas., 7 A. 9.65 Purcifut, Monroe, 50 acres. 10.43 Montgomery, Mrs. D. M., 106 Robinson, S. J 0 acres 9.10 Calls Answ.r.d Promptly Dar or acres 73.77 Shaw, R. L., 15 acres Possession of land will be given at once. Possession of burns and tenant houses will be 0.48 Nlikt. Phono 317. Naylor, Arnle, 65 acres, 1920 41.81 Tankertley, Eliza, 60 acres given in from 30 to CO days. 9.27 LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. Preston, Arthur, 56 acres 39.15 Tankersley, W. II. A Nancy, Preston, John (Estato) 75 acres . 38.01 2 A 0.51 Todd, T. J., 200 acres, bal. 303.20 'aaflaSaSBaW. Kankln, D. P., 252 acres 404.15 Tudor, Harris, (n. r.) 2 A. 5.14 JOWWIITEICO. Rankin, C. P., 27 acres nr. saHaWlBaBaW 100.07 Tudor, Sam I)., 20 acres wnvun. 27.01 I is tat Rankin, Robt, 340 acres 138.05 Turner, J. P., 25 acres 7.78 Ray, Beulsh, hrs, 16 A. 16.71 Underwood, Dan, 2 acre Assignee of C. p. Bagby. 8.47 tCTvsfisFaMi jtiiaaBSsuansssnajar Sheartr, Mm Mahals, 16 A. 8.07 Vanhook, W. N., 61 acret 16.95 DAN VILLI, KENTUCKY. Sherrow, Frank, 2 acres 34.23 York, G. W 36 acres Firs 6.10 Rheumatism at 60 Sheriffs Sale for DELINQUENT .. .... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. Mood-purlflt- d Taxes a .. : .. x ...... .. 2 3-- ft-- .. 0,8-a.da- .. .... .... ... .. .. .. .. .. .. 3-- 2 3-- .. .. 5 .... .. 3-- .. .... .. .. MONEY TO LOAN .. .. .. .. The Lancaster Building & Loan .... .... .. 3-- .. .. .. 1- ASSIGNEE'S SALE Farm Lands-We- ll .. .... ..... .... CORRECT TO IT Magazine 3-- Improved ...... -2 .. 1- .. Green And Walker Estate 1- 1- Known as Polk Williams Place .... .. 3-- .. .. .. -4 1- -2 .... .. .... o.r 3This J.J.Byrne 1- .. Monday, January 16th, This Is An Absolute Sale .... .... J. A. Beazlev .. .... .. .. .. .. .. Or. Printus Walker .............. .. .. .... ROBINSON & STOUTE, .. .. .. lit The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Jan 12, 1922 NON-POt)- L THEY WERE CROOKED NOW THEY 'ARE STRAIGHT My Shoo Heels were so crooked nnd Sole no worn Hint I could not wenr them nny longer. After taking them to sales Rhtumatism Rtlif-25- e. Tfcwseatls VH Trie) Thlnee Without Result. II a ayarswteeX. There nr three vital proceaa if human eslatence the dtrontlon of food, the extraction of nourlahment from It ami the elimination of uti. ftlgeailon and aaalmllatlon mean failure to derive full nourlah-mifrom food and that In turn often means ImlKiverlahed blood, weakneea, anemia, etc. l"oor elimination mean an accumulation of wants nutter which jKlon the tody, lowers vitality, decreases the wer of realatance to dlaeaee nnd lead to tho development of many aerloua 111. Ilheumatlim due to aomo Interference with the prncees of ellmlna. lion, failure to set rid of certain bwlf olMns cannot be eifected to yield to any medlclno that falls to correct the condition reenonelblo for It. Could any rraaonablo wron cipect to .rid htinnelf of rheumatla pain a tone; as rheumatlo poison Is allowed to remain In the body? Think of thin. It etplaln the e of Naturs'e Remedy (NR Tablets) In so many cars where other medlclnea havn failed. Thouannd are uelnc Nil Tablets every day and relief. Why pay five or ten state aa much for uncertain thlnrst A Ha bos of Nature' Remedy (Nit Tablet), contalnlnc enouch to last twenty. nvo dayn mint help you, muit rlie you prompt relief and Ixnefll or cnit you nothlnc. Remedy Nature' not only for the relief of rheumatlem. It Improve dleettlon, tone the liver, re ulatra kidney and bowel action. Improve the blood and denture the eystem. You've tried the eipenelvo medicine and doctor, now make the real teet. You'll iret result thi time. Jutt try It. Nature's Remedy (Ml Tablet) la aold, and rccunuuendvd by your druccUl. McRODERTS DRUG STORE. Mele4 1 OLD Are Not Hindered By Ppol Growers President Jame, C. Stone Declare, There I, No DItpotltlon To Pre. vent Outtide Hurley Producer From Having Place To Sell Crop,, Mcmlier "BREO IN Kcplaco your KENTUCKY" , UL.OOU WIL.L, TULL awetiir crub and grndc lrcs with good purebred. Join the "Bolter Sire, Hcttcr Stock" cnmpnlgn. What nbout this trio of herd bonrs? MANLEY & WILSONShoe Hospital nnd leaving them for one dny, they enme hnck good an new. lor nt KING PILOT NO. 457,531, by tho Pilot, tho world', champion. KENTUCKY RANGER," tired by the larKet bonr in tho world. "KENTUCKY CHECKERS," if. your move. CATTLE Wo own rrjorc BLACK-CABLACK-CAP P blnck-cnp- s of the Hurley Tobncco Association hnvc no disposition to interfere in nny way with tho sales of the non- CARTERSVILLE time nnd certainly ipenkn well of the pooled tobacco, nor to deny those good peoplo there. growers who did not sec fit to Join Mr. I J. Carter, who has been Orchard (rait, recleaned Kentucky the association the right to n place III U better. nine Grata, Red, Altike and Sapling to sell their tobacco, President Jnmrs Mm. C. S. Hoop Is very sick at Clover, Long While, Sweet Clover, C. Stone, of the Hurley Association, thl writing. said and Rap Seed for late, Saturday nt Lexington. Mr, Little Lou Furgcrson is very HI Hudson A Farnau, Stone said thnt one of the most plea. with mcascls. We arc glad to learn thnt the pro ing features of the situation wa the Mr. Susie Kenfro, who l very i pic of thi place will not be without evident uprpose of the organ lied low with tuberculoma I no better. a grist mill n J. I). Carter hns pur- grower to allow those, who did not Mr. nnd Mr. Znck Hester vttitcd chased n (i II. I, km engine from Hud sec fit to Join the nssocintion, to sell Mr. and Mr. Jeff Davl Saturday ami Ilrock, price MO. He erecting n their tobncco where they pleased, new building for same. Wc wish unhindered by any who hnvc Joined Sunday. Mary Vlcr. of Uerea, ti vllt-In- g Mr. Carter much success in the mill the nssorintlon or their friends. Mr. Preiident Stone snid further thnt her parent, Rev. and Mr. W. business. he wn deeply grateful to the grow Hen. I). M. Carter, who ha crv. II. IlrynnU ed a mngiatrntc in thi magUtera! crs in the pool for the fine spirit MIm Corn Carter ha returned they hnd mnnifested nnd he thnnked home, after spending n week with district for the Int four year ha them for It ,nnd especially for the moved to (.nncastrr to the regret of relative In Uerea. patience they hnd shnwn in giving hi many friend. Mr. Carter was Mr. John linker ha moved hi one among the time bed magistrates in the officers the to preptre for the grl mill from thU place, which he this wnrehouses nnd the district. He wa nlso n good opening of purchased from Mr. A. It. Carter. eitnen ami neighbor. We hope the receiving of the 1921 crop, lie said MIm Cora Hoop ha returned home people of Ijincastcr will give them a the nclntion officlnl were work fro mWllniorr, where he spent two hearty welcome, a they o much de- - ing night nnd dny on prcpnrntion for V fvt TABLtTa " TvK thi work nnil he hoped to nnnounce She report a delightful M'fVP it week. thnt the warehouse were ready to receive tobacco within the next few days. "One of the most gratifying feaSpecial Invitation to Young People CANTRILL tures of this work for better condiin the hurley tobacco district," tions Thi bank Mtcndi to every young man or woman In thi Mr. Stone nld, "I the splendid Gi,ves To community n ipccial invitation to bejomc n uving depositor. spirit of nnd patience Only by ca.'cful and ayitematic saving may you hope to mnnifested by the members of the Praises Dlnsjham, Hreckinridge And acquire the fund necessary to eventually branch out In busl-ne.ascintlon. Wo have been made to for your aeif. Generally Kentucky Editors feel that every mnn who has signed No great amount i necessary to open an account. You his crop nnd has become n member Making Hurley For Aid In ran do o en any turn from one dollar up. You can add to of the aiociation realizes the trethi account from time to time In any lum you dcirc, no mat Growers' AssociaTobacco mendous benefits thnt unquestionably ter how -- mall it may be. will be derived from it nnd what n tion Bit Succeti. helpful influence It will bo in improving conditions throughout the The Kentucky Hurley Tobncco burley district. Association Growers' "They renlize thnt the association was pointed out by Congressman J OF LANCASTER. I organized on ound business prin- Campbell Cnntrill, in n speech in th S. C. DENNY, Cashier. ciples, based on common sense nnd House of Representatives n n model good business, and for these reasons, Copfral for other lines of agriculture to fol in my opinion, they nrc patiently giv. low. He quoted President Hnrding Roll Bonk ing their directors nnd officers suf tn the effect that more thnn tnrilT llcient time to perfect tho orgnnira. protection Is needed by American tion, so that their business can be ngriculturc, nnd told how Kentucky handled Intelligently nnd efficiently tobncco growers hnd tnken the situa Olhe Hlack. JUDSON "The growers who are members o tion into their own hnnde with the Mr. nnd Mr. Jame Thomas were the nssociatlon arc especially to be wrek-enMrs. Andrew Huffman t ill gueita of Mr. and Mrs, commended for the fine spirit they aggressive help of the press nnd busi ness generally, and built up for them Clark. People tf this community have Sim hnvc manifested townrd those who selves n strong organizntion. Mrs. nnnic Hay and daughter, were did not see fit to Join the pool nnd been buiy moving. Mr. Cnntrill declared that the as Mr. Clarence Spark was n visitor visitor of Mm. John Voter Thurs to nllow tho grower who did not sociation has 55,000 members, con day afternoon. In this community recently. Join tho right to market 'heir crops trolling 200,0000,000 pounds of to The little daughter of Mr. and unhindered. This good sense and bncco, or 85 per cent of the Hurley .Mr. L. W. Smith had the miifer. Mrs. John Ynter ha been cristcned Judgment on the part of the mem crop, nnd that it expects to receive tunc to lose a harx? lat wrok. bers reflect credit on themselves, on for its product from $75,000,000 to Roberta Lee. Mr. G. N. Hay .pent Saturday with Cremo Dairy Feed will make your their nssociatlon nnd on the good $100,000,000 a year. He said the hi sister, Mr. ami Mr. Sim Hay. reputation of our state. In my Kentucky nssociatlon MU Morn Adam s visiting her cow give more milk. opinion the result will be thnt in will stand the test of the courts nnd Hudson & Farnau, . .... i mother, Mr. Wm. A a tints this weok. iwcivc, montns irom now wc shall he hoped the coming agricultural Mr. ami Mr. Andy Adam were have Mr. Jame Foter wa the guost guest Sunday of their daughter, Mr. strong on nssocintion 09 tn-- r cent conference to bo held here January in the burley district. Saturday afternoon of Mr. J. I. and Mrs. Jaiper Smith. "3rd., would study tho plan and that Thi association has no dclrc to farmers in other lines would accept Kay. Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Caicy and prevent the grower who I not It as a model. Mr. Tom Pollard win the after- children, were week-enguusts of member from having a place to cll The hardest part of the work, ho Ulack Austin noon guest of Mr. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. H, hi tobncco. her parents, We intend to how ami declared, was to get tho farmers to Thursday. Sparks. convince tho outside grower, be the realize what the nssocintion means Mr. Stanley Fotcr spent the weekway we run the business of the n- - to them, and to finance the cduca end with his lter, Mr. Marshall Don't kick when your wife give sociation, that it will bo to hi bene tionnl process. He paid high tribute He thank fit to become a member Rayburn. you a piece of her mind. and assist to Judge ltobert W. llingham, of i parsimonious to in intelligently marketing this great too Mrs. W. M. Adams and dnughtcr ful that hc Louisville, and to Dosha lircckln guets of Mrs. give it all away. cash product raised In our stnte. were the week-enridge, Kditor of The Lexington Her , . . .i .. r i. t m iu muiiK again me mem aid, In pnrticulnr, nnd to the Ken bers of the association for their tucky Press generally for the parts pntiencc nnd loyalty and to assure 'hoy played in making the nssocia them thnt their officer have been tlon a success. working night nnd dny in order to "During the last four or five begin receiving the tobacco of memmonths wc have built a farmers co bers nt the earliest possible moment. operative association in Kentucky," trie! I am gind to ny now thnt we said Mr. Cnntrill Three Through Trains Daily ."and I believe it ihull be ready to begin receiving the will be of interest to the House and 1 cntp within the next few day, to tho country at large to know some "1 shoulil like to say to tho mem thing about It. Wc have recently bers of the association that it will formed an organisation in Kentucky be better for everybody, if every of 65,00 paid up membership. grower will deliver his tobacco In "Our membership extends Into crop lots, as this will greatly faclli tho SUfes of West Virginia, South tato tho handling of the tobacco and ern Indinnn and Southern Ohio, which OA io lessen the work Incident to tho ro grow tho same typo of burley that Lv. Danville ... Mi40A.M 0i20A.M. Lv. Danville celvmg of 55,000 different lots of wc grow In Kentucky. This organi Ar. Chattanooga 3:40 P.M. Ar. Chattanoofl (C.T.) 11:20 P.M. tobacco by the association nnd the sation is thoroughly perfected, nowAr. Atlanta 8:40 P.M. (C.T.) Ar. Atlanta (E.T.1 3:05 A.M. Ar. Macon 12:20A.M. advancing of money on each at the ready to do business. E.T. Ar. Macon It controls 11:30 A.M. Ar. Jacksonville 7:55 A.M. Ar. Jacksonville time of delivery." pounds of burley tobac Pullman Skftiing Cars and Coaches Coaehre Pullman Sleeping Car and co, which constitute 85 per cent to Jacksonville. to Jacksonville. To of the entire production of that typo liming Cars tk-- Ing All Meal. Dining Car Srning All Meals. of tobacco. Keep Books "Wc have under our control, bo- longing to tho organization, 116 II 145P.M. Lv. Danville . Records ...... 630 A.M. largo complete warehouses, ready to Ar. Chittanoofla 11:23 A.M. . Ar. Atlanta u.i. In order to put their farm busi handle this tobacco crop, these ware3:10 P.M. .(E.T.). Macon Ar. ness on a systematic basis, a num- house costing between 15,000,000 5:53 AM. Ar, Tampa 7:30 A.M. ber of Laure county farmers will and $0,000,000. I believe that thi Ar. Clearwater 8:30 AM. Ar. St. Petersburg keep books and records during the I the largest organization in point ... 7:25A.M. B.aiAAiaM.it coming year, according to a report of numbers of any as8:00 A.M. Ar.' Sarasota .. from County Agent J. W. Jones. sociation in the country. (K.TI lUaWraTlme. (CTJ CaelaJTUet. One of the banks in tho county, which lly direct vote of tho 55,000 SWinf Car and Coaches U Tampa, St. Petersburg (Vl Tampa) It assisting In the movement, has members we have selected able, conSarasota (Via llradentown.) purchased a number of farm account servative business men to handle, this DujIbj Cars Smlnc All Meal. books which will be distributed to organization. We expect $75,000,-00- 0 For ticket, 4epto car reeerratlon or other Information, apply to Ticket Afent or farmers who will keep record during and $100,000,000, and that will Aienl. J. C KINO, WtUUa Tmututn 1023. Four farmers already have be, as wc hope, the average turn per H4 Nerth IMaeslene Street, UxtoUa. atf. started thcrr record. annum paid to the organization." Growers' auc-reget-tin- e; 1 1 CATTLE CATTLE AND thnn nny herd in Kentucky. Young stock cither sex for sale nt all times. Visitors always welcome. ROYALTY NO. 253,797 GARRARD NO. 283,601, "Herd Bull." Dixie Stock Farms. SANDERS BROS. & AMON, PROP. LANCASTER, KY. 8 pgSLTOBB! Marion Beef Feeders To Loans, Loans, Loans on Conduct Demonstrations FARM LANDS who asaslre9aasil Four .Mnrion county farmers with County Agent are II. J. Childress nnd the extension division of the College of Agriculture will conduct tcer feeding demonstra- VORIS & MOULDER tions during tho coming month, acBURG IN, KY. cording to n report from the county. The demonstrations will be designed Bank & Trust to point out some of the important Office, Citizen Company. factors in the production of beef to (tf.) farmers in thnt district. Liberal Appraisements Credit Press Capital $50,000.00 Surplus $60,000.00 Honor Roll Bank. 4 per cent paid on time posits. Call and seo us. J. J. Walker, President de- THE NATIONAL BANK $50,000. Honor W. F. Champ, W. O. Hlgney, As't. to the President L. G. Davidson, Cashier. J. L. Gill, Assistant Cashier. W. F. Miller, Assistant Cashier. Mrs. Naomi Hamilton, Teller. CITIZENS NATIONAL LANCASTER. KY. BANK. Surplus $50,000. Corner Public Square nnd Dnnville Street. d Ethel GalTney were callers of Miss Lizzie Hammock Saturday. Mr. E. U. Cooley reports better tonsil-illMiss Lizzie Hammock hns trade. He tells us he has more sales . than ho has hnd since he hns been Mi. Huth Miles is some better n merchant. writing. nt this Mr. R. F. Parson lost a fine pair School opened here Monday, havof mules and a nice horse nnd also ing been closed for the holidays. Mr. Jesse Alfred lost a nice driving Mrs. Susie Gapping bought two horse, the cause unknown. nice shoals from Joe Ilurnsidc for There was church at Good Hope 7cts. per pound. Saturday morning nt 11 o'clock and The roads nrc so bad here the also Sunday. A large crowd attendhorse back riders have unsaddled, but ed and a good sermon was heard. the Fords still go. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Reynolds, of Mrs. Marinda Longworth and Danville, spent Sunday with Mrs. daughters were in Lancaster shopReynolds' parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Joe ping Inst Saturday. Miles. Master Jesse Miles returned We regret very much to learn of home with them for a few days stay. tho leaving of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Alfred from our midst. There aro times when It Is better Mrs. Lou Ella Fisher and Miss to keep posted than to be posted. FLATWOOD s. d HAVE YOU A FAMILY BU0GET? Have you a family budget, or do you manage your household and living expenditures in a haphazard, fashion? If you really want to get ahead and at tho same time make money that you spend do full duty, start a budget. Plan your expenditures beforehand so much for this, so much for that, a certain amount for unforeseen demands, and a certain amount for savings. Then stay within your estimates. You will need both checking and a savings account in connection with the family budget, and that's where we can help you. hit-or-m- is Lexington Florida Southern Railway System Royal Palm Special Florida Suwanee River Special . . - Larue Farmers Plan And 4 PER CENT ON TIME AND SAVINGS S. The Garrard Bank & Trust Go the United States and all foreign countries. LANCASTER, KY. Wo sell travelers Cheques, which are good In nd V The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday, Jan 12, 1022 ..I far.) wKn hu hUI list is able to be oM again, her many friends will be glad B If f on the sick T Studebaker ANNOUNCES to know. Misses Cynthia Pre wilt and Wlsa-be- th Conn were Wednesday night visitors of Mr. and Mrs, Blaldt R Dodge Brothers will an- - nounce on February 1 922 1st, II New Models New Prices Series 22 Special Six Prices Roadster Touring Club Roadtter Coupe J a substantial reduction in the price of their cars, effective from Jan 1st, 1922. Kinnaird Bros. $1425 147S f 1475 PAINT LICK Miss Kathleen Todd has been ill. Logsdon The little Miss Mildred has been 111. Miss Jennie Higgins left for Louis ville Monday. Mr. It. U Hill has returned a business trip to Knoxville. - 2150 2350. Sedan The New Light Six jPrlcet Reduced Effective January 7h; from Touring Roadster CoupVRoadster 1 Sedan V : . $1045, 1045 f U . ' 1375" 1750 , All prices f. o. b. factories CABDWELL THIS IS GUY.tA' .wcrjp, & AENOLD T DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. Mr. Parker Foley and family have rented the old GaiTney homestead. Mrs. T. J. Thompson entertained the Missionary Society Thursday of last week. Mr. Shoemaker had the misfortune to lose a very valuable Jersey cow last week. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Friend have taken rooms with Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Patrick. Paint Lick is boasting of a new barber shop, conducted by Mr. H. B. Shoemaker. Mr. and Mrs. Kldrr and children were recent visitors of her parents, at Brodhcad. j flJH Mcmlamrs W. II. Roop and II. B. Montgomery were in Richmond Monday shopping. Miss Cora Bryant, of tancastcr, was the attractive guent of MIm Ava McWhortcr last week. Miss Lucille Lackey spent several days with friends in nnd around Paint Lick this week. Mimes Ruth Rom and Lena gursta of Mr. were week-enand Mrs. Blaine Ks tridgc. Hammack Mr. and Mrs. O. L. were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Murphy, near Klikavllle. Crrmo Dairy Frrd will make your cow ! more milk. Hudson A Farnau. Little Miss Madge Patrick, who has been on the sick list for several days is reported as getting along nicely. Misses Elsie Roop, Jessie Mae guest of Hammack were week-en- d Mr. and Mrs. Hume Tatum, at Sliver Creek. d Kstridge. Iter. B. J. Skaggs left Tuesday for Louisville to have his eyes treated, also to attend the Ministers! AwoeU-tio- n there. Mrs. R. I Hill and children, spent several days with her parents, Mr; and Mrs. W. 0. Anderson,, while Mr. Hill was In Tcnneasee. .Mr. Ollle Bolan was called Monday to the bedside of his daughter, Mrs. Fannie Nave, who is reported as being very ill of pneumonia. Mrs. R. G. Woods has gone for an extended visit to her sister, Mrs. Geotfrcy Morgan, In Lexington and Mrs. Ann Carllsla In Columbus, O. In last issue we stated Mr. and Mrs, N. M. Burgess had taken rooms with Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Ralston when it should havo been at tho Parks Flat. Word has been received of the arrival of a inn at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Walter McWhorter at Denver, Colo. Mr. McWhorter is tho eldest son of Mrs. Vina McWhorter, of this place. Mrs. R. W. Kstridge entertained with a dinner for Mr. and Mrs. II. W. Kstridge. Turkey arid all the trimmings and nil the good things ot the season were enjoyed by the following: Messrs. It. W. P.itridge, Woods nnd R. J. Walker, II. L. Francis, I). A. Hervcy, K. L. Woods, J. A. II. II. Ralston, R. G. Woods, Kstridge and Dr. II. J. Patrick. LEAVEL GREEN Mrs. T. A. Green Is ill of lagrippc. Master Robert Davis U on the sick list this week. Mi Kirie Mosier is confined to her room with n severe cold. Mis Parrie Clark was in Lancaster Ssturday on a shopping tour. Mr. Clarence Green spent Ssturday with his family at Lancaster .Mrs. Ernest Clark and daughter, Miss Daisy Sowder, were guests of Mrs. Martin Green Monday. Klisabeth, the little daughter ering from a severe illness. of Mr. and Mrs. Clark Read, Is recov- STUDEBAKER YEAR, 4 -- Saturday .visitors of, Mr. nnd per as the greatest; suecess of. the term in raising .funds to pay all ac .Mrs.ureen poynter, oi upcom. Mia Laverae WhitUker vUlted Mr. and Mrs. Frank Drown, who counts not yet paid. We especially request that the Mm. Jame Yaatk Friday. have mado Doyle their home, for the past three years, have returned to teachers of Paint Lick, Cartcrsville, Mr., Harry D. Rico spent the weekGarrardto reside and are now locat Woods View, Union and Kirksville, end with Lexington friends. ed with 'Mr. and Mrs. George Brown. make announcement of this in their Miss Fannie Mcrida spent SaturWe are glad to have these splendid respective schools. n. day night with Miss Lee Anna Thanking all who with people with us and extend to them 9 us, in advance a hearty welcome. Mrs. C. It. Henry was a visitor We are The social event of Thursday afternoon of Mrs. James The faculty and members of last week was the Candy Pulling SatYantis. the P. T. A. of Manse School urday night at the home of Mr. and Per. Sec'y of P. T. A. Mrs. W. T. Sutton was the .rucst Mrs. John Osbom. About sixty atFriday of Mrs. Carrie Davidson, of tended and every one present had Lancaster. an abundance of taffy and fun. Honor Rail of Manse School, Dec. '21. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Kidd were week- Games were played and the main Jlozxcllc Ramsey, 1st .Grade: end visitors of his parents, Mr. and feature of the evening was "Jig danc- Ruth Marshbank, Georgia Mae TudMa. John Kidd. ing" by several who were sure ex- or. 2nd. Grade: Elizabeth McKinney, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tuttle spent perts. At a late hour the crowd rt Saturday night the guests of Mr. and departed, after thanking Mr. and Dorothy Ledford, Scott Lcdford, Ledford, Vergie Lee Ball, Tom Mrs. John Osbom. Mrs. Osborn and Miss Lee Anna OsMrs. Lem Matthews, of Loyd, was born for one of the best times of Little, Annie Mac Lowe, Everlee Anderson. the guest Monday evening of Mr. I their lives. 3rd Garde: Lovclla Graves, Carl and Mrs. Wm. Walker. Kstridge, Ontallc Peyton, Harrord Mr. Milton School Notes. Arnold, John Green, Willie Mae Ward has returned home after a visit with Mr. and Mrs.! Marshbank, Lee Vernon Lowe, Lu Miwi.m; School is going to have a Hobcrt Ward, of Madison. cille Norman. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Yatcr, of box supper Thursday night, Jan. 10, 4th. Grade: Lucille Ledford. Al i eaicrsviuc, were Saturday visitors for the purpose of paying for equip- berta Graves, Mabel Tudor, HIse and Tudor, Donald Tudor, James Todd.i ment purchased to facilitate of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Yatcr. make more efTectivc the work of the Doris Van Winkle, LeRoy Kason.j Cremo Dairy Feed will make your school. ' Elizabeth Chandler, Marie Chandler,. cow give more milk. We believe that "the better the Laura Lee Anderson, Edwin Arnold, Hudson & Farnau. workshop the bet- Ada Green, Willie Gaines Anderson, equipment of the Mr. and Mrs. Mack Turner and two ter the work of shopman." John Holmes, nnd Fannie Hammack. children were recent quests of her Since its opening in September a Sixth Grade: Elsie McKnight. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Noah Mursce. number of improvements have been Mae Little. 7th. Grade: Mr. and Mrs. Wm. G. Clark were made and the money for same has Dcward Centers. 8th. Grade: Monday of Mr. nnd Mrs. been secured through the visitors High School Honor Roll Milton Ward and Mrs. C. H. Henry. of the patrons and teachers. Blanche Bowling, Herbert Tudor, s' Soon after opening a Messrs. Robert Smith and Frank Association was organized and Gladys Tudor, Nina Estridge, van Itav. of Pleasant Hill were Kuesu Van Winkle, Minnie Nelson Ramsey, Saturday night of Mr. Orcar Whit- - at once went vigorously to work on ways and means of raising funds for Burdetta Ramsey, Doris Bowling, La taker. needed equipment, with the re Verne Chundler, Bettlc Hester, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Turner and two much Gooch, Lula Spllman, William swings, Basket and children, Virgil and Alice were visi- sult that Foot Ball have been purchased as Tudor. tors recently of Mr. and Mrs. J. 1. play ground equipment, while a great Foley. LUNGARDIA is "without a rival deal of primary material slate black Mr. Arvel Durham, of Jessamine, boards, u ready reference library and In ordinary or Coughs d and Mr. JUywond Prtwton, of helps in other department havo been and Colds, difficult breathing, and spent Sunday with Perry placed in the school rooms. for the relief of Whooping Cough. Osborn. By help from County funds the Tho wonderful results following Its Mr. and Mrs. Simon Tankcrsley walls of the rooms have been paint- use will astonish you and make you g Your money friend. and baby were six o'clock dinner ed, sand table, kindergarten chairs, 1U guest Saturday of Mr. and Mrs. and some new, shingle desks have back, if you have ever wed it equaL Through the generous-it- s Danger lurks where there Is a Cough Wm. Dames. been added. of 'a private cltiten a room for or Cold. Conquer it quickly with Mr. and Mra. Roy rrathsr and two Safe for all ages. was LUNGARDIA. children, save moved to tea Clay the High School department glad to hare built before the opening of tho term, OOct. and f 1.20 per bottle. Manu Kroadue farm. We are factured by Lungardla Co., Dallas, Now we are asking the loyal then join u. she people of thla and ad Texas. For sale by McRoberts Drue of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Poynter and joining conunities in thla box sup- - Store. ehUdrea, Doaald, Gladys and Calvia, 0s-bor. Ho-bc- To The Tobacco HAVE Growers WHO NOT POOLED THEIR TOBACCO that we would not continue to sell your tobacco. We want to state positively that we are going to continue to sell your tobacco until all of this crop is aold, and we are positively going to It has been reported n s Sell Your Tobacco Next Season We have stood grow us a big crop the coming season and sell it with us. given you the best market in the State, and will give you anothby you and have er one next season just like this. Now grow us a big crop for next year as tobacco will continue high. We are telling tobacco for the following counties: So Manse BOURBON, CLARK, CLAY, FAYETTE, NICHOLAS, SCOTT, ANDERSON, JACKSON, LAUREL, KNOX, ESTILL, ROWAN AND GARRARD. SOME SALES MADE THIS SEASON Haden & Long, 4,760 lbs. for $1,751.00 Willie Long, 1,010 lbs. for ....$434.95 Dudley Taylor, 1,535 lbs. Geo. Hume & Kerns, 2,070 lbs. $776.14 $358.50 John S. Long, 870 lbs. for William Shepherd, 935 lbs. for $466.65 Shepherd and Kanatzar, 855 lbs. $402.45 for Marr and Lawton .(Fayette), 5,640 lbs. for $2,026.90 for,-$637.85 - Parent-Teacher- Vcr-nel- le see-saw- s, v U.mk ir.hk ion ll r tiune Dave Lackey, 2,865 lbs. for ..$1,232.10 Coy and Adams, 1,830 lbs. for $755.15 Taylor and Thomas, 1,765 lbs. for $537.80 Beulah McGoins, 130 lbs. for $54.20 J. D. Long, 1,175 lbs for $471.20 Crow and Embry, 2,685 lbs. for $966.75 Arthur Long, 1,670 lbs. for ..$656.25 Will Lane, 2,375 lbs. for $1,024.37 deep-seate- Our average is $8.00 per hundred ahead of any other market in the State. Thanking you for yeur patronage, and assuring you our life-lon- HOME TOBACCO .WAREHOUSE CO Incorporated RICHMOND, KENTUCKY.