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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): January 19, 1922 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1922 cen1922011901_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 19, 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. THE CENTRAL RECORD. THIRTY SICONDZrrAR LANCASTER. KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON. JANUARY 19, 1922. HAYS TO QUIT IS THERE NO RELIEF NUMBER 41. LOOK AT THE LAHEL ON THIS PAPER AND FRAME CHANGES IN SCHOOL LAW STANLEY DERIDES POOL HOUSES OPEN SEE IF IT IS PAID FOR THE YEAR 1022. IF IT DOES NOT SAY 1022 YOUR TIME HAS AND YOU MAY BE DROPPED FROM D V- - cnhlnet is announced to tnko place bers of the Hurley Tobacco Grow-cr- s' Frankfort, Ky., Amendment to March lit., when Potmastcr (Jencr need have no furthChrap Coal Vs Cheap Ltihli. In n speech made nt a Jackson Day COUNTY IS NEXT. .MONDAY the present chool law providing for'al Will II. Hays will retire to accept dinner in Kansas City Inst Saturday er suspense as to the titno tho pool COURT DAY. DROP IN AND REillviilon of each county into Ave dlt n position as hcail of tho National About eighteen months ago thc the farmer emergency tariff was de house will open, for that date has NEW WHILE IN TOWN. tricU ami election of one member of Association of motion picture Indus owners of the Lancaster Klcctric nounced by Senator A. O. Stanley nt been tct for Monday, January 30th, the county school board from each try at a salary said to be 1150,000 Light and Power Company went be- "a plnched-bnc- k gold brick." The nt which time thc warehouses are to dUtrict will be included in n com- a year. fore the City Council nnd pleaded for result of thc emergency tariff, so far receive tho pooled cropt HON. promise, school bill to be introduced Ills powlblc successor is a. much n higher light and power rate on the as thc farmer Is concerned, Is nil Dates will Be Atilgned In the General Assembly next week, talked of, as the resignation of Mr. grounds that coal they were then Senator Stanley sold the price of cot The office of the Garrard Tobacit was announced here by II. W. Kays and in this connection the name using wns costing $11.00 a ton and ton, cattle, corn and wheat had gone co Warehouse will bo opened on Nichols, of Caldwell county, chair- of Governor Morrow is favorably that coal represented nbout 80 per down Instead of up, since passage of January 27th., nt which time Claims Looks man of the legislative steering com- mentioned for the place, growers are to report and be assigncent of the cost of tho overhead ex- thc tariff bill. He will not resign formally until pense in maintaining lights and powmittee of the department of county "Coming into power in an era of ed a date for tho delivery of their Ex-serviMen school superintendent of the Ken- he has agreeil on details with tho er to the consumers of Inncaster. unexnmplcd prosperity," Scnntor crop ,at the tobacco will under no tucky Kduration Association. motion picture men at n conference We are told at this time this tame Stanley said, "with the unemployed circumstances be received until thu paper recently stated that "Tl.Is The announcement followed a con to be held next week In New York coal can nnd is now being purchased not to be found between the seas grower hns been given n date for the Eighth District had made no ference between educators and mem It is expected that he will with for less than $3.00 n ton, yet the con- and labor receiving thc most magnifi such delivery. This it done to avoid mistake In the election of Congress- q( draw Hbout March 1th. ouj ftnJ Scnnlc sumers are ttill "holding thc bag" cent reward ever known in thc nnnalj the usual rush that hns always been t man Ullbert. in connrmauon ui have expressed dlMatlsfaction with Washington, however, was more In prevalent in former years. lfi that remark our attention has been portions of the school law of 1920. tercstcd In Mr. Hnys' successor. One and paying 1H cents na kUowat for of American enterprise, the Itcpubli Dates will only be assigned for power and kilownt for cans promisd to maintain prosperity cents by Mr. Force Hood to Mr. called The main features of the 1020 law group held tho opinion that President lights and up to this time we have to adjust and stabilize business and one week ahead nnd there positively $10,-00- 0 Gilbert' service In obtaining will be retained. It was stated, but Warren G. Harding will be compel! been unable to learn of nny attempt business conditions, and this political will be no tobacco received at any of Insurance for his mother after numbrr of hangc llMl).nc), to od to go to the Middle West for to relieve thc consumers of this and industrial equilibrium thc Prcsi the warehouses on SATURDAY or Washington had the Department at Ue ,ellmenl , -- ome w. Cabinet member this time, having t rate. dent dubbed 'normnlcy.' whatever SUNDAY, nor will thero be nny twice refused to pay the claim. ,ont of tw StMc wU, failed to recognize that icctio;i in for those dates. All those In the last issue of the Hccord we that is. that Mr. Cnssius Mood, in the bill. It seems previous appointment. who have their entire crops ready It was In published n list of topics that will be Sect Industrial Paralysis. carman who deceased, Outline Seven Pnintt. this group that Mr. Morrow's name under consideration of the Chamber "If 'normnlcy' Is industrial paraly for delivery should report at thc Garried on endownmeni policy with the After the meeting it was stated was brought forward. of Commerce during thc year 1922, sis, idleness and despair for the peo rard Warehouse Friday, January 27, hi discharge government, had, upon that the decision of the educators but we failed to notu where this pic or closed mills nnd factories for but positively not before that day. allowed his policy to lapse. Later was embodied in the following seven august body would attempt to get be industries, exorbitant rates for car If one Is given Wednesday, Fcbrunry OIL discovered that he was Inlrct-c- d point : It was hind n movement thnt would lead to riers shattered markets and falling 1st,, as his date, he may bring his with tuberculosis con'raetcd while 1, They wilt favor dividing the a lower light and power rate for thc prices for ngriculture, then, indeed, crop to the warehouse assigned, an In the army. The late Mr. Hood felt Office counties into five districts each, the Useless citizens of Ijincnster, although its we have 'normalcy' with a vcngo thc evening before and his wngon will that under the circumstances he was be allowed come inside thc house. main object is thc entitled to his insurance. Ills appll- - . bo-- n Should Be Abolished encouragement supposed to be for and nncc." new tax law, Senator Stanley Each farmertomust look after his own (f o cuun of manufacturers Thc . , was approv-- ! , cation for reinstatement m. wagon as thc association will not . .. .. A bill has been ed, but was lapsed by the Department . introduced in thc new businesses to come to our city, said, wns "incubated in n bureau so furnish nny teams to move these Kontueky Legislature providing for but with the cxhorbitant power and involved nnd complicated with tcchni wagons beforo his death upon the claim that one section of the county. as In former years, nor will light rate, one inclined to enst his lot cnl provisions, so doubted and twisted the policy wns not retnstatuble. Uut 2. They will favor the election of the abolishment in the various coup- - with us, would view vlth horror and that the experts had swimming of tho thc association be responsible for any Mr.. Oilbcrt. . using his legal ability or the Statu tftu office of oil in ... . ... ii u.ivn ... m.v .w.i wi mi: tie of thc tobacco until same is placed i on oehall or beneficiary, specter. Thc abolishment of this astonishment a rate that is nearly head in attempting to read it nnd on q( pflch baskets and weighed. double that of many of our sister members of tho committee were un by approving application and acceptwj, 3 of the useless olTice would result in untold Should nny grower, after being able to obtain enlightenment from auur rriimnicrarm leeal trustees to rocemmend teachers. benefit to the oil nnd gasoline con cities. ing premiums We arc Informed that the old city the conflicting opinions of their own assigned a date, fail to bo there on the Department under existing legA. They will eppx Increase! naming public, who in the end pay council at the expiration of its term, experts." that day, he will lose his turn and islation had no discretion in the mat- - tir.h.iil mvlfntim . -- f CA i no salaries., mat in many cases are l.v m will be allotcd another day. It is left the city of Lancaster out of debt. G. O. P. It Impotent. personally bearing Mr.J fcnU on exherbitant, beyond all reason. We ter and after Jm "Impotent in thc administration of possible that forty wagons can be unGilbert, the Department ordered thc are unable to say just what the oil in If this be true could not thc city loaded a day at each of the two local 110,000 paid. Adair County New. spector get in Garrard county, but afford to own its own light and power domestic affairs." he added, "the ad' 6. Thvy will favor strengthening plant, issuing bonds for same, thus ministration is ludicruus in its for houses, however, this has not been Mr. Gilbert will gladly look after of the compulsory ntlondancc law by wo do know that he gets ten crnts n furnishing the "juice" at a minumum eign policy. One fine morning the definitely settled. the claims of any of the barrel on every barrel of gasoline giving local courts Jurisdiction. cost to its patrons? President advises the country that men In this county or in the district and coal oil that is unloaded in 6. They will not oppose the Church Notes treaty question in no The columns of the Hccord nre tho as he did In the case of the one mencaster. It takes about ten minute of the law tirovidim? an attend tioned above, giving It his personal ance officer and adding tho duUet to, inPc9l a fnr C KMollne nnd a car open for discussion on this matter way guarantees political Integrity The annual Report of the church's some of and political Independence of the Em attention as he would as a lawyer, of such officer to that of thc county!01 "- - lnc,c ca" N"1" lrom - 10 nnd wc hope to hear-froactivities in 1921 will be made at , . pi re of Japan. t t tho more enlightened upon a subject li t look -- uu on ire u eacn, wnicn means mai r! .ST superintendent f..hU, case. "Upon receipt of this astounding thc morning hour of worship next that it of vital Importance to the con have boy. If any of wj u rge that since the the inspector gets from $12.50 to $20 ? information Henry Cabot Lodge and Sunday. Thc Juniors, thc Christian sumers of this useful commodity. cases taken up at Washington they new school administration law is only on every car that comet to Iincnster. It was our understanding, that Charles Evans Hughes hike forthwith Endeavor Society, thc Women's Mis will advise Congressman Gilbert at ten days old, having never been tried If the office could not be abolished when the old city council agreed to to thc White House and at the con sionary Societies, the Sunday School once. or tested out, that the present meth- entirely, why not let one of the coun permit thc owners of the power and elusion of a unique interview thc and thc Church all will report thru ty officials inspect this oil. and In this gains and od of selecting county superintendlight plant to charge the respective President smilingly emerges and as chosen representatives Nave ents be tried until it has been thor- way eliminate the heavy expenses to amounts mentioned In this article, sures the amazed press and people losers (If there be any losses,) money it received nnd expended and other Mrs. I.ouls Nave, aged 32, died at oughly tested out. If It has not prov- the consumer? It is without doubt one of the wns on account of the execssion high that hit own commissioners arc of an things of interest. These reports in her home near Stanford Sunday of en satisfactory at the end of two price of coal, and that when this com- other opinion and that after all It is the past have proved quite stimulatpneumonia and was buried at Paint years the superintendents will not wonc pieces of graft that was ever modity wns reduced to $5.00 a ton a matter of small concern whether ing. She oppose return to the old plan of perpetrated upon an innocent public, Thc minister nnd the officers Lick at 11 o'clock Tuesday. or less, then the rate to be charged this treaty is loaded with lump sugar feel When you think of thc amount of oil Is survived by her husband and seven electing superintendent that the whole congregation Is or dynamite." wot to be nrbltrntcd and the consumentitled to a detailed report of every little children and ovcry heart in Chairman Nichols said that the and gasoline that it consumed In the er could hope for some relief. Comthing done; nnd thoy are very de this section goes out to them in their superintendents wished to get to city of Louisville ond Jefferson coun pare thc price of coal now with what sirous that every member be present. dark hour. Mrs. Nave was Miss gether with tho members of the Leg ty, one is astounded at the fabulous it was 18 months ngo, and any fair Thc passing away of Mrs. Nannie The Conference of Sunday School llolan and was a most excellent islature who have been opposing the graft the Inspector derives from this minded citizen would say that the Kason Payne, last Friday afternoon and church workers of the county, source. Many contend thnt his salary woman. Journal. present law and that he believed the Interior public thould have immediate relief at thc home of her great ncicc, Miss which was mentioned in last week's agreement today would bring about reaches the enormous sum of $00,000 good results in the way of school n year. It has been said that Fay from the excessive prices that are Itebecca Williams, removes from tho Record, will be held In tl. Directors' now being charged for this service. etto's oil inspector pulls down some community one of its oldest and Room of the Garrard Rank &. Trust The merchant or any other home laws at this session. It is to be hoped that the present most beloved and honored citizens. Co., Friday afternoon, beginning at Under the 1920 law, appointive thing like $30,000 n year. organization who wnnU and expects All of this for an office that Is ab City Council will take this matter up Mrs. Payne was the last of twelve closing at four. Mrs. his home paper to preach through school superintendents took their o solutely useless and should be abolish at its next meeting and use its best children and at thc time of her death 2 o'clock and J. T. Sullivan, of Louisville, will meet sitlons when the terms of the old its columns even- week. "Trade at ed. We hope our reoresentatlve, It efforts to relieve n suffering and tax- - was in her 88th. year. Her death with tho workers. She will also reHome," and then when that same elected superintendents expired Jan D. McMurtry and Senator Haselden ridden public. was due to infirmities brought on by main over and meet with tho women merchant or organization nrede some uary 1, 1J22. see this n thc oppressed public tee it age. Mrs. Payne had a wonderful of the Missionary societies at the stationery or perhaps bills, sends to nnd vote for its interests mind and often talked interestingly church at 7:15 in tho evening for Case Lexington, Cincinnati or some other to her friends of happenings in the seaport for them, does not deserve Chief Fire Marshal, W. H. Ulack, long nnd useful years she had lived. conference and counsel. The women Mr. Void Woods, hit wife nnd four Fellowship of the church nru urged to be pres was in the city a few days last week, tho patronage or support of the peo- year old boy were brought from Up until a few months ago sho has ent. ple of the community. The Chamber of Commerce will wnere a board or inquiry was con lived at her farm on Sugar Creek, their home near Markstmry last Fri "Oh, Consistency, thou art a day, all suffering with typhoid fever, give its Fellowship llanquet Friday tacted before Judge Treadway, to where she wat born and which was News find if possible thc cause of several handed down to her from Jewel." They wero placed in tho jury room of evening the 27th. her greatAny who have not joined tho or- fires, which occurred during thc fall grandfather, It having been granted the court house where medlcnl at Don't forget the Young People's S. S. Cole tention and careful nursing could be ganization among our Lancaster resi nnd winter on thu farm of Sam Davis, to him by the state of Virginia a Union Convention to be held In the Lancaster Uaptist church tomorrow, Captain S. S Cole, in his 00th. more easily administered. We nre dents will find this n suitable time to near Paint Lick. It is believed by century or more ngo. Sho wns a devout and consecrated (Friday) beginning at ten o'clock. year, oldest attache of tho United glad to report they are all now con make application right now thru our mnny that the tlrct were of Incendi ary origin, but no proof wnt brought member of the local liaptlst church Everybody interested In young peo States government, was n visitor in valescing and will be able to move membership committee, consisting of lti.bt. Kinnaird, W. It. llnitin and Ur. out at thc inquiry as to the guilty for fifty years. Her husband, An- ple's work It Invited. Lexington recently, coming from in n few day, . G. Kinnaird. Ily being a member parties. Last November Mr. Davis drew J. Payne, preceded her to tho Camp Nelson, where he is superiyou can be one of us to hear these lost his residence nnd tobacco barn grave nbout tlx years ago. The woman's Missionary' Union Wilson ntends of the national cemetery. fine speakers who will be represented and n few weeks later another house Funeral services were conducted will obscrvo their week of prayer, Captain Colo was appointed by Mr. J. It. Mount, the county chnir at this gathering. on his farm occupied by Frank Davis, by her pastor, Hev. Ilix last Satur- beginning Sunday afternoon, next, Abraham Lincoln, having been one of man for the Woodrow Wilson Foun at wat destroyed by fire. Tho losses day afternoon, Interment following 3:45. Theru will be a service each the last persons put in utfico by that nation says that dollars are were covered by Insurance. in thu I.ancasterj cemetery, her six afternoon next week at thc tame martyred President. He hat recov- coming In moderately fast, but that great nephews acting as pall bearers. hour. All ladies of the church and ered from an Illness sulfcrcd during he could handle It just a little faster Judge U M, I'readwny saw n busy congregation ore cordially invited. the fall, and is now in splendid if the people would respond more day in hit court last week, when his old Ho will be 00 years health. freely. Garrard county should not first session of the Quarterly Court Mrs. Henrietta Pendleton, aged 08 The services' next Sunday at tho April 15th. Lexington Leader. fall down on tho amount that has convened, Utowing fifty-twThere will bo a pie supper at the thc case on years, well known throughout usual hours, with a report from the county, died at her home on thu Hickman school house, Saturday been assigned to her, as many of tho the docket, ill of them new. City Convention of Sunday School Super Notice other counties of tho state hnvo al Not much tlmu was lost, however, Poor Ridge road Tuesday afternoon Evening at 7 o'clock, Jan. 21, 1022. Everyone Is Invited to come and intendents, given at tho Sunday ready gone over tho top with their for in n feu short days, Judgo Tread-wa- y after a few days Illness of pneumon school hour, by Mr. Gaines, The apportionment and every cent of It had disposed of the entire dock- ia- - Sho wns token sick last Friday bring a pie. subject for the morning sermon will All persons who have not paid was given without nny solicitation. et. Seventeen of tho cases were but insisted that a doctor not be sent be "A Worth While Investment.". their taxes due the city of Lancaster, Drop into one of the banks of the continued, judgments were rendered for. Her condition grew worse and Baby Girl The Junior B. V. P. U. will meet Ky., are hereby notified that if their city und leave n dollar ot more and in 29 nnd tix were dismissed. Tuciday morning when a doctor was Dr. and Mr. Printus Walker are this week at tlx o'clock and the taxes are not paid on or beforo Feb It will bo turned over to the 'proper called thc wat found to be unconsci- receiving congratulations from their Seniors will begin their services at ruary 4th., 1022, their property will authorities, and lu due time you will The Kentucky Dcpsrtmtnt of Agri ous and died a few hour later. Her friends due to the arrival of a beau- CM. The regular evening services be advertised and told for taxes. be tent a certificate at a member of culture estimates that over 2,000,000 husband, Alfred Pendleton preceded These Uixet became delinquent on this fund and one that you and your acres of Und In Kentucky alone her In death about 18 years ago. tiful little girl at their home last will begin at 7:3Q. A cordial invitation is extended Dec. 1st., 1021. If you wish to avoid children will cheerish through life. should b seeded down this year as She It survived by tlx children, four Thursday. Sho weight 9 2 pounds and has been named Margarito to all to attend thete services. expense of advertisement and tale it has suffered from overwork. Wa boys and two girls. Ilournc. ee the undersigned and tettle. FOR SALE: One fresh Jersey have plan for saving 40 per cent Interment took place in the Lan . good LIBERTY TOURING-CAR- , This Jan. 10th., 1022. cow, with first calf. Gentle and an of your seed bill which we will U caster cemetery yesterday afternoon, $1,000.00 TO LOAN. APPLY TO as new, to tell or traded for Ford; J. A. llratton, extra good milker. J. H. Koblnson. glad to explain to those who call at Rv. E. B. Bourltnd making a few LANCASTER BUILDINC ft LOAN and Live Stock. G, C.Wa!kr, City Tax Collector. (tf.) our office. Hudson A Farnau. ppropriste remark at the grave. (M0-2L- ) ASSOCIATION AT ONCE. BEFORE LIST THE ANOTHER WEEK. 'FARMER TARIFF Monday, January 30th. Legislators And Educa- To Uplift Movies A When Will City Con-- , Says G. O. P. Rode Into To Receive Tobacco Salary Of $150,000 tors Propose Several Land Of Plenty And All Growers To De Atilgncd Data sumers Get Lower A Year. Amendments To Of Delivery Its 'Normalcy' left Light And Power 1920 Act The tint break In the Hunting A Broken Notion The tobacco growers who arc memRate? CABINET RALPH GILBERT After ce Fri-da- y, Of ,,,, INSPECTOR That ,., hw .m .,... iM al four-Pow- Christian u" Payne Inconsistent Pitiful Board Of Inquiry Banquet Baptist Church Capt. Fund Quarterly Court Pendleton Pie Supper -- o To Tax Payers J. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Jan 19. 1022 JANUARY CLEARANCE SALE OF SUITS and OVERCOATS EVERY OVERCOAT AND SUIT IN THE STORE AT SWEEPING REDUCTIONS $40.00 $35.00 $30.00 $27.50 $25.00 $20.00 $18.00 $15.00 MEN'S SUITS AND OVERCOATS Suits and Overcoats, now Suits and Overcoats, now Suits ond Overcoats, now Suits and Overcoats, now Suits and Overcoats, now Suits and Overcoats, now Suits and Overcoats, now Suits and Overcoats, now $27.75 $24.75 $21.75 $19.75 $18.75 $15.75 $13.75 $11.75 Marx and Sherman & Sons fine Suits and Overcoats in all wool fabrics and latest models. & Hart Schaffner BOYS OVERCOATS AND KNEE SUITS $14.75 $20.00 Suits nnd Overcoats, now $13.75 $18.00 Suits and Overcoats, now -$15.00 Suits nnd Overcoats, now .$11.75 $8.75 $12.50 Suits and Overcoats $7.75 $10.00 Suits and Overcoats, now $6.75 $8.50 Suits and Overcoats ,now -- ..$5.75 $7.50 Suits and Overcoats, now $4.75 $0.50 Suits and Overcoats, now House of Quality. Legumes Good Tonic For Worn Out Soils JAS. "W. SMITH Convention To Deal Lancaster, Kentucky . Large areas of poor soils in Ken tucky could be Improved for crop production of more legumes such as clover, cowpcas and soybeans were grown on them, specialists at the College of Agriculture say. At the present time, the State has only about one acre of legumes, not in cluding Japan clover, to every 30 acres of improved land or about one acres to each farm, an and one-haamount which is much too small to maintain soil fertility, the specialists say. Legumes, which have been a ii i i neglected crop in the State up to the present time, are of more value than Tor Thraa Generation any other class of crops when the lUvti HadoChild-nirtfertility of the soil is considered, acEasier By Using cording to the specialists. Red clover is to the principal leg. ume grown at the present time with SOLS f All soybeans second and cowpcas third. OHO Japan clover grows wild extensively ITOU HIT (ill in tho State and is sometimes seeded. V.ntte OOUtTt.l MOTMI'HOOO--.Arumt. ta. Alfalfa is grown largely in two coun- Bwornta attuuios Ca.. Bin. ties while several others have small Leading Kentucky farmers and areas. Sweet and alsike clover com- their wives always arc found among plete the legumes used by farmers those who attend the Farm and in the State. Home Convention nt the College of The chief advantage of legumes is Agriculture. They realize the need the fact that they replenish the nitro of keeping up with the latest and gen supply of poor soils, the speci- best methods of improved agriculture alists say. As soon as the nitrogen and home making. T. I. Cooper, supply has been furnished, the soils dean, College of Agriculture. respond to treatment with phosphate fertilizers, thus making it possible for While we all realize that the farmers to rebuild htcm to a In the rurnl home is vitally de point where they produce larger crop pendent upon prosperity on the farm, yields. possibly we sometimes overlook the The State should have at least fact that the reverse also is true acres of clover alone for hay Pew persons arc able to rise very far and soil improvement on cultivated above the level of the home in which land, according to the specialists. they live. Miss Margaret Whlttc- Most f othe pasture land of the more, Stato leader of homo demon State also should be seeded with a stration agents, College of Agrlcul- mixture containing a legume. Inlturc. lf cases where the soil requires liming before legumes can be made a success, the specialists have recommended that annual legumes be grown. Crops of this kind, such as cowpcas, need to be followed by a fall cover crop, such as rye, to prevent erosion which, in some cness, losses arc gTcater than the gain from growing legumes. State's Corn Yield Cut By Unfit Soils Kentucky farmers arc using much poor soil for corn production which if iH'eded to grnss instead of com would return them a greater profit and make their farms more produc tlvc, soils and crops specialists at the College of Agriculture say. Use of this poor land for corn production Is .ne of the principal reasons for the low average corn yield of the State, they declare. In 1019, the average corn yield for the State was only 22 bushels an acre. Over a ten-yeperiod, It is slightly higher, being about 28 bushels an acre. The average yield in the poorer counties is less than 15 bushels an acre this yield being too low to be profitable, according to the specialist. On the other hand, the better corn counties of the State produce an average of about 40 bushels of the grain an acre, a yield high enough to be profitable. "The labor expended in plowing, preparing the seed bed and cultivot ing land that produces 15 bushels of corn an acre is practically the same as that required by land that produces CO bushels of corn an acre, "K. E. Stephenson, a member of the department said. "The poor land will not pay tillage costa and when tilled is made still poorer because the tillage encourages leaching and erosion losses. MARKSBURY IF YPFrTT MOTHERS -- t-- ' & GENUINE imvnaiT.TUiL size of wire FULL LENGTH OF ROLL ORJDX5hJn5&IS uut' jr ii im a ism i m. 1 mm. S5 m "On the other hand, if the poor land is seeded to grass, there are no tillage costs after the stand is secured. If the weeds are controlled and some attention given to fertilization, grass land usually becomes better while producing a pasture The same poor soil if cropped continuously will produce low yields nnd grow poorer. "Japan clover and red top arc the two pasture crops adapted to poor land. If treated with acid phosphate, thcro is no soil in the State too poor to grow cither of these crops. The red ton will sup. ply May and June pasture while the Japan clover will afford good pasture I'uring July, August, September ami October. Five pounds of reclcancd red top nnd 10 pounds'of Japan clov er are about the proper amount to. seed. harm boys and girls of Knox county arc taking an active Interest in Junior agricultural club work, a leport from County Agent Karl May-hestates. At the present time, more than 700 youngsters are en rolled in various clubs in thu coun ty. w Mrs. Mary Doty recently spent two Lexington, Ky.,-in former weeks at i'aint Lick. Mr. Ivcr I'oynter anil family have, years, dairying in all its important phases is to have a prominent place moved back to this community, on the program of the tenth annual Miss Delia llice ughes, of Laneas Farm and Home Convention to be ter, has been visiting Miss Susan K held here Jan. 31st. and Feb. 1, Sutton. and 3rd., according to plans being Mr. Virgil Chesnut, of Jessamine, made for the event. Exhibit of spent the week-enwith his friend, fine dairy cattle, meetings of various Mr. Kobcrt Fox. dairy organizations anil discuaaions Miss Delia Mae Turner recently relative to the management of the entertained a party of young folks herd will take up a large part of the at n noon dinner. program. The little visitor who came to the Among the organizations which will hold meetings In connection with this home of Mr. and Mrs. Troy Hogg, part of the convention program are has been christened The!ma. The church has recently presented the Kentucky Jersey Cattle Club, Kentucky Holsteln Cattle Club and Kev. and Mrs. Thompson a chair, Kentucky Manufacturers of Dairy wishing them a happy New Year Products. Mr. Troy Hogg has moved to 11 ry A number of prominent dairy au- anUvillc and the house vacated by thorities already have been engaged him is occupied by Mr, Melvin to address the farmers and their Shears. wives who arch Interested in dairyThe II. Y. I. U. will take up a 6.000 Miles ing, according to the announcement. study course of the New Testament, These will include W. W. Fitxpatrick. led by Kev. Thompson, beginning secretary of the American Guernsey Thursday night. Cattle Club j C. G. Vahlkamp, Mr. and Mrs. A. J Klce were the president of the Kentucky guests of Mrs. Nice's parents, Mr Dairy Cattle Club; J. C. McDowell, and Mrs. Carman, of Lexington, one senior dairyman from the United day last week. States Department of Agriculture; Mr. and Mrs. Woods and little son, Horry llartke, Covington; W. E. Skinner, secretary of the National are ill with Typhoid fever The fam Dairy Show; C. Oscar Ewing, Louis Hy was moved to Lancaster Saturville; J. M. Howie, Anchorage, Clar day, where they will receive proper ence Smith, LaGrnngc and Mrs. S. care. Other Sizes Low Priced T. Henntng. ShelbyviNe. J. J. Hoop, 31 $ S.JJ 4 Hope, they say, never dies. Itj JO s 3 $14.72 er, head of the college dairy depart 32 i 4 18.64 JO x 3H 3.87 ment also will take part in the pro Just peters out. 17.22 3J 4 ! 12.85 gram. 314 15.13 Most humorists are people who 12x34 Mr. Fitxpatrick will tell of the consider themselves smart but are Tli'w are the famous Dunbar pabnfa Guernsey bsved of dairy cattle, Mr. too dense to convert other people to Willi a 6.0U) mile guarantre Come In auraalr and vet tlielienrfit of thran aav- .McDowell will explain how it is their way of thinkingag W arm part 4 a f ikiw l ! )m Ml Uf maU Iftd gl possible for farmers to start with the fmm Wi.t c4 qwalitr prMi. We have no sympathy with peoherds already on their farms and build a high producing one while Mr, ple who claim that life is dull. Its IOMlfMf llartke will tell of needed dairy leg ups and downs are sulTiclent to keep islation in the State. Mr. Skinner any normal mind occupied will discuss the relation of dairying "Pay as you go" would be comto present day farming. mendable, but its universal adoption j COYS. SANDERS. PROP would present a cruel side. It would railroad a lot of collector out of j a their Jobs. A d With Dairy Problems TIRE' NOWO ON! 303 II E B ji 1 h, - m rt Woman RST0M5 Lexington Florida Recipe For Home Brew lf Florida Three Through Trains Daily 0i20A.M. Lv. Ar. Ar. Ar. Ar. .Money put into a trip to tho Farm Chase n frog three miles and and Home Convention at the College of Agriculture Jan. 31st., and Feb, gather up the hops; tn the hops add following: Ten gallons of tan 1, 2 and 3rd., Is money Invested for the bark, one-hapint shellac, n bar of profit. The program contains some home-made soap. Iloil mixture thirty-thing for every member of the fnm hours, then strain through an lly. Write to the coltege at Lexlng six ton or ask your county agent for I. W. W. stock to keep it from working, then bottle and add a grasshopone. In the long run, we pay for our per to each pint to give it a kick. -- Vanneburg Sun. lack of information and inspiration Royal Palm Lv. Danvilla Ar. Chattanooga 3:40 P.M. (C.T.) Ar. Atlanta 6:10 P.M. Ar. Mvon iE.T. 12:20 A.M. Ar. Jacksonville 7:35 A.M. l'ullnian SKrpinic Cars and Coaches to Jacksonville. Dialog Cars Saving All Minis. Ohio Special ) Chattanooga 6.-3P.M. Atlanta C.T.. 11:20 P.M. Macon 'E.T.' .1:03 A.M. Jacksonville 11:30 A.M. Pullman Ktrrpmic Cr and Coaches lo Jacksonville. Uitfhit Cars .Srrvinj All --Meals. D.nvlll. lli40A.M I Becker & Ballard BRYANTSVILLE, KENTUCKY. CALL FOR JEWELRY COUPONS With every dollars worth of merchandise, we Klve a coupon good for 25 cents worth of Jewelry. Twenty-liv- e cents in cash added to thin coupon will purchase GO cents worth of jewelry; 1.00 worth of coupons and $1.00 in cash get $2.00 worth of jewel ry, etc. Remember our terms You take our goods, we take your produce or cash. Tli world has been nllln' as sick as a pup, Hut it's gonna git better, then folks'll cheer up So, meanwhile, dag.gone it, let's pull a fool trick, By cheerin' up now, whilst th' world is still slckl Even a referee has his friends. As long an th' glooms aro barred The winners enthusiastically approve out, you kin tell of him. Th' old world ain't follln'.-- lfs a goln' t' git welll-Ja- ck Apple ton. Woman la born to sacrifice. She brings man into' the world only to Many a soft berth proves in the give him away to some other woman. end to be the hard side of a board. I depressed spirits and inefficient methods. The program for the Farm and Home Convention to be held Jan. 31st. and Feb. 1, 2 nnd 3rd. at the College of Agriculture has been designed to givo Kentucky farmers and their wives a new outlook on their business. T. I'. Cooper, dean, College of Agriculture. In You Betcha! Lv. Danvilla Ar. Chattanooga Ar. Atlanta . Ar. Macon Ar. Clearwater Suwanee River Snerinl . (C.j.) .(E.T.) J,,niP Ai"? Ptfburtj Ar. Sarasota. C.TJ CMtfalTUa. Pullman Sleeping Cars sad Cochs t.i Tampa, ArTWsntewn... ; 0 JO A.M. 11:25 A.M. 3:10 P.M. 8:35 A.M. 730 sa 8:30 A.M. 77mTCM'. ii.jiiiu 8:08 A.M. SarasU(VlHrditown.) KUfiTta. St. Prtartaurg (Via Tampa) (K.T) Dining Cars Bwing All Meals. For Uekets.Deeping ear reservations or other inforwstloo, apply to Ticket Aiwil or Uastatoa Hlrrt, stf. IUa. J The Central Record, Lancaster Ky, Thursday, Jan 19, 1922. HOT LUNCHES SERVED IN COUNTRY SCHOOLS Midday Meal What It An Who'. Your Credit Man, Mr. Merchant? Odd Fellow? (Hy C. S. Itoop) What Is nn Odd Fellow? Just let us see, lie's a man whoso heart Is light and free, A man who Is honest from his head to tho ground, Who spreads love and sunihino nil around, He's the man who always seeks a plan To help aid and assist hi fcllowman. Ha will defend their families on vlr- tuo stand, He will write their faults upon tho Sand, This kind of n mnnjs n truo Odd Follow. Presents Big Prob- lem in Some Cases. Offirs Faversbt Opportunity to In cutest Hsbtts of Cleanliness snd to Ttseh Children Sanitation and Simple Cookery. i CHEER UP! You'll soon be up. While the rnrrylng of lunclie Is by far the must eomiHoii practice, taking country hiw limn together, there art-fersw In uhlrli It Is not deMruhlo for the sehiMil to share with the Iiihiio the reiotilhlll(y fur tbu liixmiluj meal. In siuiie plnrei tbo tak for the setHxil may be hardly mure than that of providing clean nnd safe places for luncli ImaketH, where thu food will not be likely In become dirty or sMel, in others It limy be pructl cable to pMvlde by una iniiius or tin other a hot dish with which to fiHN brought from home. In still others, particularly where large ntlendnnce and many teachers and other workers make stitiilUlsUin of labor a eointratlvely vusy matter, It mny bo Mlhle for the school to establish mid maintain lunch roims. It I In tin- - small country scImmiI with only i.mt tenrher that the midday meiil presents the imxt illlllnilt prublem. TIk- - cotnmiiii custom Is still for the pupils to bring their lunches, but there Is ii growing tendency to try the of preparing jxirt of tho meal ut kcIiiI, and of allowing time for serving It carefully, if rightly even under the unusual the linn-dieim-n- When you or your loved ones arc !ck in bed, take our pure, freth drug! and medicine. You can have absolute CONFIDENCE that the prescription of your family physician will be filled exactly as he orders when you buy your medicines from us. We invite all of your Drug Store business and we will treat you right, both, in QUALITY and PRICE when you deal with us. What Is an Odd Fellow? Let us stop and think. Oh, yes, he the man who doe not drink, Hut when in trouble, nnd you need a friend, You can depend upon him a strong hand to lend. His heart Is there, hi money too, And you can find In him a friend to true. Stays with you when life is dark nnd drear, With gentle word giving hope nnd cheer, Thl kind of n man is n true Odd Fellow, Indeed. 1 McRoberts Drug Store CARTER5VILLE and Mr. Jesse Preston drove to Lancaster and were married Jan. 12th. Mr. and Mr. Wm. S. Itay wa with Mr. am! Mrs. S. N. Sanders Sunday night and Monday, Mr. nnd Mr. Henry Itay and family, Mr. and Mr Jeiwe Itay and family spent the day Sunday with Mr. and Mr. Jim Simpson. Mr. and Mr. J. I). Itay and Mr. and Mr. Wm. S. Itay anil baby and Mr. Hubert Itay and Mr. and Mr. Itev. Rnthwlider, Rev. II II. Wall-e- r Fred Snyder and little daughter were and Steele, of Wilmore. conducted guest Sunday of Mr. and Mr. Cleo services nt Carters Chapel lait Sun- Itay. day in the absence of Itev. T. W. Honesty is the be' policy, but not Heeler, who it conducting a reival at always the most profitable. Itobvrt Chnpcl. The people of thi community were If all people were made alike life irrcstlv shocked when thev received would lose half of it charm. There the news Sunday morning announcing, would be no desire to criticise. Mis Montn Itay Creech. arc Mr. ami Mr. Hnos Cembs spending a week with M jxronU, nt Wallaecton. Mr. Clara WyHe, Mr. and Mr. Cervero Cellin were guotta of Mr. J. I). Carter Sunday. Mr. A. It. Carter visited hi brother ,Mr. I). M. Carter at Lancaster Sunday and Monday. Mr. and Mr. Felix Pennington, of Ilerea, were the guests of Mr. and Mr. C. S. Iloep Sunday. Mr. Julln Weddle who ha Ick able to he out again. conItev. Van Winkle, of llerca, LOYD ducting n revival at Level Green this week. Mls Alice Itay ha been visiting Mr. W. It. Parmn was the week- her brother, Mr. Itoyiton Itay, near end truest of her father Mr. W. H. I.nncnstcr. 1 1 the death of Mr. Fannie Nave, of Stanford. She was the daughter of been Mr. Ollie Hoain and n neicc of Mr. It. C. Uoain, of this place. What is nn Odd Fellow, when death makes us sad? dinirultlos preented In the rurul soIhh.I, mny offer the most favornblo He soothes the sick, and mourns the dead, of ull opiMirtimlllei to inculcate bnblts of cloanllneM nnd to tench sanitation He consoles the widow, makes little and simple rookery. The situation, ones gay, houever, reipiires n tetMi-- r of Ingenu- He hnlts from business, takes time to ity nnd of ctithti'lnsin for her work. pray, The nlmp1ot of epjlpinents Includes And when n brother's soul has cone n large kettle suitable to be used on above, the stove that the schoolhouse, Hiofmirlng cup nnd spmms, aring He moistens his grave wUh tears of love, knife, mixing spoon, dish jmns. and towels. It will usually lie lhle for And as time flies the pages wc scan, the txiys to milk ! a set of shelves for Wo And the world mndo better by the illshes, using box lumber If no this good man, other Is nvallnble. and for the girls to This kind of a man is an Odd Fellow. mako ctirtnlni or other coverings for protecting tlie dishes from dust. The pupils ulll. us n rule, le found willing to bring plates, cups, bowls and . sjiooiw to keep down A Unless cixiker Is convenient for ment s expi-nses- Large corporations regard the credit men ns tho watch dogs of their business. Small firms combine their departments nnd the credits arc usually passed upon by the manager, superintendent or book keeper, but these latter individuals arc usually giving n large portion of their time to other responsibilities consequently the charge account arc seldom kept up to date In o far as the condition of each Individual is concerned. Therefore, the Chamber of Commerce Is keeping a confidential rating for tho benefit if its members. The names of over 1,000 Garrard county people ara now in tho files at the Chamber of Commerce office and the secretary will cheerfully assist nny members of the organization who wish to avail themselves of the information. If your extensive acquaintance Justifies the belief thnt you possess all necessary information with re gards, ns to who is "good pay," etc., then Is your brother member of this Chamber of Commerce not entitled to share the knowledge with you? Itcmembcr this organization stands for nnd the success of your own business is contingent upon your wilingncss to give your fellow merchant some thought nnd consideration. You can't nfford to bo too conservative of others these days when is the key note to nil worthy accomplishments. a ii 'three TURKISH Friendly VIRGINIA Gcntlcmcn BURLEY If i i i The perfect blend of the thitt perfect cigarette tobaccos' one eleven -- in one perfect cigarette 1520 MII'-KW-AV- - Cigarettes Mr. and Mrs .Dnvu Long from Saturday until Monday. Misses Jano Hnrberson nnd Sadie Ralston wcro guests of Mrs. ttalton at Paint Lick Sunday. J. T. Price, youngest son ot Mr. nnd Mrs. Dewey Price, who has been BUCKEYE seriously ill with pneumonia is improving. Mr. Jim Locker Is seriously ill. Tankage, Horse and Mule Eeed, Mr. Otto Simpson has tonsolitis. Crmo Dairy Feed, Ballard's Pan Miss Salllc Noel Is slowly improv Wheat Dran, Wheat Middlings, ing. Hudson Faroau. Ground Darley. S. S. Sunday nfternoon 2:30 KENTUCKY'S THOROUGHBRED stews, meat Bnd soups, cereal mushes, and many other dMies that reijulre long cooking. Thu reclies for the dishes cooked for luncli may - given to the older girls In school, iIIkcusmvI In class, nnd tried nt home. The speclul dlh for the day, which In winter is usually hot and In summer cold, can be pre-urnnd served at nixi by the girls In turn, working In groups, suggest home economics specialists of the United States Department of Agriculture. It will often lo necensnry to serve the food to the children nt their seats, a practice which Is not especially If the scIiooUioum Is clenn nnd well ventilated, tbo desks cnreful-l- y cleaniil tx'fnre meals, and the building thoroughly screened to keep out files. cd C0U6HS.C0II)S.CRflUP Stormcs Drug Storo TAKES HOLD AND HllP Colds that "hang on" should be gotten rid of, for no one can stand the strain of racking cough, disturbed sleep and Irritation of throat and lungs. Marie Heisler, Freeport, I1L, writcst "I had more or less of a cough for years and I have taken quit. a number of medicines. None of day. them takes hold and helps like Foley's was a Honey and Tar." This old, reliable Mrs. Doty, of Richmond, cou?h syrup promptly helps coughs, guest of her daughter, Mrs. T. S. Pie-rcolds, croup and whooping cough. Contains no opiates. Children like t last week. Drug Store visited Rev. Price, of Louisville, at o'clock. Hob Long has returned homo after two wccKs stay in Dayton, Ohio. Dr. Hcndren Hugh Noel nnd Jasper Itny were in N'icholasvllle recently. Messrs. It. W. Sanders nnd W. E. Whittnkcr were in Danville Wednes THE UNIVERSAL CAR GIVE BRUSHES PROPER CARE CONTRIBUTION TO THE NATION System the Kentucky Jockey Club Under the Example Racing to the Highest Plane-- An Has Lifted .00 Distributed to the Whole In Three Years Pari-Mutual One Used for Oil Paint or Stain Should Oe Thoroughly Washed In Turpentine. Country-$3,479,675- (From the New York Rldtr and Driver) Whenever ttio Uwroughbrnl I men- ed, It bus K't an exnmplu to the world tioned. Kentucky, ttui home of Man In point of high Hum contest, clean o' War, nnd fur n hundnil )onnt the racing generou stakes und purw. Unalitor of Oio limiting Industry lit der tbo old order, the meeting were, this country, alwnyH cutm-- s to mind. drngged out to an Interminable It I not possible to nsioolvo of Hir- length, In one jenr one hundred anil dot, and In (mother year ing In Amcrtcn without the ) early tlfty-flv- e contribution of thoroughlwvds from ono hundred und seventy-four- . Under the Stiito llnctng ltuul-slothe llluegrnu State. Tlwru am great created by an Act of Uio breeding farm In New York, Virginia, Uio nuniixT of ilujs on which but Oi California and elsewhere, wry life blood of ttio thorougtdired racing I ennlttcd has Uhii cut to g ono hundred and eight. Ttiero Is cause pours from Kentucky' In this fat oral strict sujiervtslwi of nil turf matter, fountain. State, with It fertile fleltU doop In with tbo rvHult that beginning with bluognuei throughout tho winter, the tho Ketiturky Derby, with JWMfcK) nddeil, wbtcti bait been run ut bono reaches perfection. years not Cburvblll Downs for forty-wveTtio JUder und Driver doe Uhiw of any gtvuter calamity that the quality of racing In Kontucky seta to tho horse Industry tbo stumlurd for the whore cuuutry. could linn-ft- i Komwrly turfmen rncM for fWO tliau for Kentucky to turn agutust tbo thorougtibrvd, und deUroy tbo groat purmti, and tbu amount dlrtrtbuted breeding Industry, which lia not only yearly ran from Ks.UOU to fttAVOUU but Mlnco the organisation of tbu Kennude Uio Stale bus aided every farmer In America tucky Jockey Club, thnoo yiiirs ago, of horse. tbo amount dUtributed dally In by liupruvlug Itia be-averaged over Two Wnr Department lui rtnealedly stakes and punk gone on revxd In favor nt the $ll00, oiid tbo jourly total was as without which tbo Array follow: S UlT.lftlOO 1UIU would not bat n suitable rvinountji. ItU) lmVHsXOO The ttelnount Ssrvten,- - In rhargu of uusLtmuu iiui United Stales Anny olnrwri, tins breeding tonus with f3,l7U.To.0i) Tvtal stallions m Uielr hcud. Tbo Kentucky Jockvt Cluli p,ivs Iiorsvs that lum had their speed, ear Into the courage und endurance tried In om-to- oer KJ0JW)0 each ou tjio turf Ttiw great nur Stuto Tnnsury In lleouse fee and tO,lJ additional In Slate, City of car-air- y uiy Moriea will provide the tyi horso that tl'o Army need, and and Cuunly tuxra. WIUi tnllllnmt of. dollars Invented In overy fanner In '1UU country canno "tidy old tbo cauv 'by sending his farm Iniula devoted exclusively to Ute mares to thoroughbred stnds. but can brenllng of thoroughbreds, and tMher substantial millions Invested In horses that haVe bo assmred of reoplnir t00 no mierior In the world, Tho Itlder proflU as Uio Wur lM"rt''nt that the Kentantly In tho market for horse of und l)rlver believe tucky Legislature, made tip of level tut character. Jtarlat In Ktntuchy under the di- headed farmers nnd business) men, rection of tlie Kentucky Jockoy Club will refuse to destroy this valuable its not only a crsniU ijb the State, but Industry which It has heretofore system perfect- - Uonrd and encouraged. rwlth the n. ever-flowinworld-famoudi parl-motu- tl be found mot convenient nnd econom-loil. nnd If prtjrly enrvd fur can lie ummI over mid over nguln, It Is (minted out In Farmers' Itulleltn 1'JU), Floors and Floor Coverings, recently Issued by the United Stntes Department of Agriculture. A vnrnlsh brush may be kept In the varnish In which It Is used, or. In case of shellac varnlfth, In alcohol; but brushes used In oil uilnt and oil stain, unless they are to be used ngalu within u few da)s, should bo thoroughly Mashed In turpentine or kerosvne, rinsed In gasoline or benzine, washed ngntn In wnrm soapsuds, thoroughly shnken, and bung up to do vvlth tbu I'ulnt brashes that urn bristles to tie used nguln the next tiny may simply l wrapped In several thicknesses of miH'r, or they tuny be kept for several days with the bristles submerged In tureiitiiu or kerosene. If kerosene Is ued, tbo brush must be shaken nnd rinsed In turientliie before It Is put Into pntnt ugnlu. Ilrushes used In water stain mny be wnshed and rinsed In clear water. 1 Ilrushes for applying stain, vnrnlsh, pnlnt, and oil are manufactured In various sizes anil qualities. In general, n wide brush of good uualltr will New Prices Effective Jan. 16th (P. O. B. Detroit) Chassis din. Runabout . Touring Car Truck Chassis Coupe Sedan . . . Tractor . $285.00 $319.00 $348.00 $430.00 $580.00 $645.00 $625.00 Aoimd $e House Never llavur n boiled custard til cold. un- THESE ARE THE LOWEST PRICES OF FORD CARS IN THE HISTORY OF THE FORD MOTOR COMPANY. Orders are coming in fast, so place yours promptly to insure Early Delivery. If soup Is allowed time to Iwrden It will last twice ns lung. . . .V A little curry Mvder lidded to soup or stews makes Im dtsli quite different In taste, An orauus-- , apple or lemon put the box with sweet cukes gives n In de- HASELDEN BROS. GARAGE KENTUCKY licious flavor. t of vinegar added wuler In which silk, crepe de chine nnd rlhtoos nre washed freshens the colors A tabtespoonful LANCASTER, to the Inst rinsing MKrfa,y4jytt..'r'-- " T ; "fm Tha Central FUcord,-Lancaste- r, ,wy'.-jcz- p im, ui .up I Ky. I B K M M-T- Thuriday, Jan 19 1922'. PAINT UCK ' w i Kelley's Improved Standing , , tobacco seed ,? 'I ij i I BLND EYEg ' Kf' ff, H M jpl brought The seed t int produces the tobneco on the Kentucky markets for the Inst twenty.n've yenrs Good, hnnd clenn- PER ?rown. PRICE $2.00 ed seed, Send check or money order to ,! Up Barley Kr,r'""""" 3 9 S W A ' tfj Hfn! jBj JS1 V B. L. KELLEY1, & SONS KY. LANCASTER, R. F. D. NO. Member Hurley u Mi Marketing Association. Mrs. B.J. Sknggs and children were Sunday guest, of Ml. Kate Kly. Mr. nn(1 M. (, Cox wcro Tuc(. har,i,r ,Uy nl(,hr Tlltori ofMw ,,. I). On- - B ,lfo ( nmil nilM hn early set tcr. m emptier than ino S,, mi Jennie niggln. h.. returned 2 B Tl"? l! hl.5tr In IMlnnft rrom vllfc to her .Irter. In CS ,, rrnVne for strong ville. ltlt (l r " - , Meet, ' n-- n J; J' i'l i ! , ... , g ONE 15 H. P. FOOS GASOLINE ENGINE mount ED ON STEEL TRUCK. FOR GUARATEED PERFECT CONDITION SALE AT A REAL BARGAIN. WRITE OR PHONE For Sale III 1 P ''l I I Vll. g MT. HEBRON Lillian Duncan i ill with tineumonla. Mis Sallle Hamm is luffcring from a bone felon. Miss Lucy Elizabeth Grow i on the sick llt. . Mr. Harrj' Stone entertained Prof. Otti Drown Saturday. Quite a number of children have been nbent from .chool on account of .evere cold. Mr. and Mr, v, Grow entcruined . iror. and Mr. J. U. llnrrod .pent Sunday Mr. and Mrs. r. r. Cummin, with her parent., ntnnJ daughter. Ml Elra of Preach- the week-en- d I reachcrsvllle. , crsville, Mic Mabel Montgomery, Mix Elva Jennings wa the guest Lucille Huffman, Mary Francl Mont- of Rev. nnd Mrs. Manley nt Un- - gomery and Zllda Onstott. I J caster Saturday night. Mr. A. S. Dean wa called to Lex- ington Mon.foy by the illness of her sister, Mm. Sallle Jennings. Mr. nnd Mr. Marion Montgomery entertained Sunday Mr. nnd Mr. 0. W. Thompson nnd children, of Ucuna VUta. Mr. nnd M. Eugene Clark and Stone, of Uoyle, daughter, Glady were with Mr. Clark parent, Mr. and Mr. P. W. Montgwmery Sunday. ' , I lie a Good 0V-AcetYlc- ne VVClClCr JL W 7 Good Be a Good II for mitmtltlC Xf. of 1'lo.iwnt Vnll.-"' brace it take. One chore of It net n boumlnry for the village of n eetly Uenmntvllle; tin other I wooded In front of n grusy plateau, nti ,m the ilnleau Mtn an old bnnui fiirmhiu. untenants! for tlx yvan of thl utory. at the NMw Jr..y wa. un unnollcvaMc man who for tunny jean, had kept a anmll M.op In a munu- -l city ami , r,.nr. ,, 1(l u.,, , M. e nt, remembered ery little about hi pHnnt. but mi nunt bad dlime.1 Into "' 'bey had, died In, '" fnlUs, ,t.ltm,(m vnff lmci N,os. ,lurHW, wn, Jh, nhmild not hapint, to him. So the lutlo Miop nnd the little hack irom aw NlUit hair turn from dunty bnmn t luly grny and hU iK.dy grow reptlbly less, like n rufwt npple nfter n cellnred winter, the uljllu hi bank account grew crenter. Ml.-- ' ambition had lecn to retire , ,. , av)M , V4, lilllglng 1 &:rr; Ml ay Mr. and AuionioM lUCCnarilC P:iV 1 Good Positions Kvcry Lancaster woman healthy Mr. nnd Mr. J. II. KnUton, Mr. w,n , nsTnK iCkachr., Mun and I.cx- - nprT0Ug aprll. (;uy headnrhra and nnd Mr. R. V. Kttridge were in ington Tuedny. kldn.r or Mn.lder trouble, nhould N ""nun'a hl K.tridge entertained :la', ,0 ' A , experienceMary Walker . Sunday School Vsmm, M cla Tuedny evening. .nr. --t,,,,,, for nothlnc Ilka IIMan' backache. bars jll EUle Roop wa given a ur- - Kidney I'lll ,,mr f,,r dul1 . Saturdav nleht Nice re. taVrn '"pm rrrn I hare alo had pain In my bck Jr.!i" were .ened. , my Ml, (hoo(1(f nw j,r; nJ Mrj a c CoXi of uich. wnpn wrpnr, that felt a thmiKri mond, were gue.t Tuesday of Mr. a knife were t.ibhlng me. Hon- .1 woulJ xltne ft ,,,,xr nn,, ffek nm, M " Walter Center. came before my eyes that nearly W. C. T. U. will meet hatunlay, bim.II me If I .looped over. When 21t., at 2:30. Ever"body come and I Kot an attack like thl. my kidney bring some one with you. Let's have were out of order ami acted IrreRiiI"r,r ' w'nl ,n Mcltobert' Pni a good meeting. More and got Poan' Kidney fill. -, Why not order a .ack of Ballard . Thrr nnT,. .,, WRrurrd me of th OWI.t Flour today. I. U pure. Mll(ck- cmfortaWy for the I'rict, efte. at all dealer. IWt I.lk- - mHt men lth .he aspiration, he healthful and deliciou.. We d,li-- er ask for a kidney remedy Ilud.on & Famau. iwn'Inyeil W limit slid ll lm Un- - in town. Don Kidney Pill -- the m . . Kr which words of nn outdoor , It. Unlston were dinner guest Sunday of Mr. and Mr. J w. Kstridge. Mr. J. sZ M. R PHONE 518 lONFSCO. DANVILLE, KY. , SI I 2 3 I fen " nUmtll Ulft it Housework UUI hard enough PIUC MIT when -Sun,la" afternoon or Mr. and tor Mr. Carl Penington. Mr. Alfred I'oynter nnd children, visited Mridame Milton Ward and f 4 J c' .. u'tnn. Monday ..r1,"' i"1" ,,, Kmjrr Mr. John I). White were f thtlr daughter, ntiy kumU Mr. Jame Maree nnd Mr. Matee. Mr. and nJ J,r- - ,)1,,e "raham of Me- Sunday of Mr Crrarjr, were and Mr. Henry Tuttle. Ileatley and baby, hnp of McCreary, pent Saturday 'Mr Ior Jo. .' 'm - ,Vmrton hnV(. Mf fln( Mf moved to the farm of Mr ' Edd Raker , d Iftrm K Uh u. Mr. and Mr. Roy 1'rather and children nnd MIm Anna Helle Crutch- jjj, f (jmraster, were visitors .Sunday of Mr. nnd Mr. Wm. Walker. Mr. nd Mr Wm. .Sutton had for I ann.e their Sunday gue.U M .Sutton. Mr. Carrie Davidson. Me.r. John Sutton ami L. G. DavWon and cr, !XIUl,,M:Ji,,,w-Y" M r, A ATITO I J ThoouSly xNov Day nnd iiBht ... ,.. In Our 1 ops Clnssvs StnrtinK Now r -- to hi LOUIbVILLE, : i7JtiV r. nnd Mrs. I- wly ' 1 tmtlm-l- 'J bUrfl evening. , bring -- handy J- - Walker U consr oune- - that oldest of bnt man I iH.m to die. and wero dinner guest. Wednesday of Lucy and Margaret FrancU hi year ore threescore year. Ml. !. f 'VJlT'S C' GUY. N " Mr. r. and ' M " Mr. Wm. La trlanle Mae and "J.hw" T 'w,1- JUDSON i - I Matthew, were Mr. Wm. Griggs spent Sunday in Mrs. D. A. Henry entertained U Mr. and Mr. John tHbora and fa y iM ami. Thursday in honor of her mother. week to Jeamln So Nile sold out hi bulne fc Mrfc KmmM ef M having nlwny lived In a city, hanker- - Mr. George llrown. of Lancaster. Hu( esKinty to maku their future hmr rnI ifk The following guest were f,,r h - "n"1' ' ir Their many friend, regret very much Ihe -' "ir should apply to n" ""J mothrr. j,... La.itr. snl Mn. Illn I'ndbtoR, K l7tr- pwnl: j i Mrs. Wm. Adams ix ill at this writ- - Simpson. Mr .and Mr. Charlie Huffman ing. Mr. Austin Dlack U ill at this were the visitors Sunday of Mrs. Wm. Adam. vrritW Mr. Sam Ray spent Sunday with Mfei Dearie Mae and Owsley Ray were visitor, Sunday of Mr,. Nannie Mr. and Mr. Sim Ray. and daughter. Mr. Willie Simpson was a visitor Sunday of Mr. Stanley Foster. Miss Agnes Ray nnd Westley Ray The little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dailey spent Sunday with Mr. and Wm. Black has been quite ill. Mr. Claud Bolton. Miss Agnes Ray spent last week Misses Samannth and Evelyn and with her aunt, Mr. J. W. Dailey. Master Jame Wesley Hicks were W the old brown farm- platniu house on the above Uke 1'len.ant. kept houi--. for Mb- - lad nlwny himself and he continued to do so. llt whlch w(, tne ,hoU(.llt alwByil orru,M-b- ow to think about. The many Jltlk. ne hi little shop had '""- J- P on me to live In wood-nclrc!e- yu,. ,,J BnoKr I! jjJJ yjHI Hf K-- Wyl. YnntK who w . ... Mr JMW the past week . Improving. courage AH 14.- Keo, up ur Mrs. Fnnn.e Nave, the only d.ugh- Sunday to a atmnger revival Mr. am Mrs. A. N MerWa wereioatten. ter of Mr. Ollie Ilolon - In 19!!. morning of pneumonia, at her home Sunday visitors of Mr. awl Mr. WmJln . nenr stanfoni. Mr. .Vave wa born Darnej. T TasTTt and reare.1 near Paint Lick, where Mrf. IUymand TumerLji Jlr. leav ,hc vcJ unll, a fcw ycart ait0, when wcrc uplU SumU 0f Mr. nwl Mr ,h anJ htr hui,,and nl0VlM, to Stan- Wm Scott She waa about 33 year, of we ton Uvorne Whttak.r wni tJlJ We have no Joubt there are ,U and had been s.ck In ll l wrU f (,lv(J,H, ,hem Mn. a ,n"b"n" MT Lexington road. Sne A " to be. Many times be ran over the . Nave and en children and rhe stop,l when be t.twprn h MjM Matt,c ,-- dll JL! pnt ha- ,,, ZlJL' Z u antJte CL" tkZaxtJxSTot ,, Uhyid J"" tnkd -- Mt t( Mb, lit lll al-j- t-- jBpf T4P i i B" f , j Eif.' jJ ' ! HEt t Srf II f lMl i 1 1 I g S (5 ts h g Tuesday to their property U ,kl,r farm- laU week with his cousin, Mr. Robert Ila'- kncvr. friends, who have the sympathy of the Ila'' Mr. Green Poyntrr, of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Walton has little to think the entire community. Funeral ser- lU'cuu' Nile had Miss Flora Adams spent a few day gone to housekeeping in the house about he learned to dream. And the vics worc conducted at the rnvc in wa the recent guest of her lli:lble single women or the village. ManM. ccmetcry by Rev. Van Winkle Mrs. Alfred I'oynter. recently with her sister. Mrs. Ollic vacantcd by .Mr. nnd Mrs. Pendleton Black. Mr and Mrs. Edd Baker on Poor Rldgc pike. !'."k"lf "".T UIn at one" o'clock Monday evening. him sitting there front or bis bouse. pitied hi lonely lire ror Its einptlnes. thinking or the alngle J1111 w-WrfvifRkHS wnll.n of . Milage, t,ul ut,ut what his lire would huve i like ho had now It SZ WHICH DAILY PAPER? W O uiurrle.1 young. orAnd Imhuusohvgan to 0T could never he, 22 course, li . A Question That Is Quickly nnd Rcndily Answered. WM Ti uui, that it might have iH.-n- That Lm bo t0 ,lie V(ry V & I'leasantvlllo iMktolco to Imn let- mall j t(r' Ho urrlveil there just u Mr. d I "'1 Stanley Foster spent part of vi,itor Tuesday of Mis, Virginia j. MUsUmb. she -- " known a. war and the next one the Ult Stanfoni, dollar find daughter, little satisfaction In the fact that it purchasing power U considerably were vi.i- rreatcr than it was a ye- -r ,K0. - Intervening. W the time without a The fellow will be princ I' a rt B H H A tfHi ls B M H H fi Hl The CounerJournal Largest Morning Circulation ot Any Kentucky Newspaper Of P drvntmnker ror that traiy h yours. Tim could bo the i;:;;;;::;;1:;;;-32 I ffsf E w 1 Ik ST 1 ', a I f A, I if f MI prestige and reputation. It Enjoys a nation-wid- e is essentially a newspaper, intent upon giving news mattcr first consideration. bureau, nt Wnshington 'intnin3 its own and Frankfort. Member of the Associated Press. With importnnt legislation coming before Congress and Kentucky Genernl Assembly in 1922. The Couricr-Journis the dnily newspnper you will need. nl O partly on the wrong aide nnd had broken down and conried that h I1 II II I I 1 f II 1 1 II U II U i II A if I H I mm U M IJ H WM a- - WMM Sl' Letty wa IneriVUtma! 'r Jk tUa W m. g M -- "TkWul Wf ; ikWSiJ l M k, 1 I w .. $J J5 W zi t that night looking down at the lake. liirly next morning Nile nitaln t out for 1B village. Ho inquired Z.7. notlco nnVZre" Wc will Sell at public auction lit J. T. Rijrsby's farm, 0I1C mile f 10111 pike, on Dix river, beginning at T w, the C,b Orchard and Lancaster 10:00 A' M " rr W By special arrangement wo are now able to oner w wonmn opemM the d..r. uo wus llustnitcl ut knowing only her B'vu name, uml by the delicacy or a little I p ll I 1 Pi f .fl I I IIUI VlJUU H s M l -aw VF Vl 1 1 l iM hT -- StallI tj UI are com- - yj the dailykjurier-journa- l t i,u emnd. no stumi.ied.in hu much that. lnnr.ed Introduction while bu The following described peisonalty: did Wl tf Fll K II R I II I 11 Ml k tt T If TO MM $ St H MS S g JJ w tje CENTRAL RECORD rwr0:i JjOLn lliC v Cell Or iVAdll, X u.XT g k S A Mtund .iS.r.C::. - or hi voliv. xtz her pnle blue Ihut no -- EB OF WORK MOLES AND 2 GOOD WALKING HORSES 15 of the mules are coming i mares and mated, 9 horses, 6 one a employ!" Ti i"ur iw bd the Hut her vMw trembll ihoi be wam u rimir; nad u be- - For Only -- $6.00 well as new Wt Ifji If W; R ?ir I.'. Bl aj hi, 0ircr applies to renewals a subscription, IJI K fit 111 III O W iX JSf but only to people living in Kentucky, Tennciseo or Indiana. New subKriptions may, if desired, start at a later date, anu renewal will date from expiration of present ones. muie, 1(1 1.9 linnd; nign. In oiuruIoii, hUer wu .he a ,hhi judge or .o.. One of the walking horses is four years old; the other is five years " Nile taught MIm Lilly u sho vu old. Both are good, sound individuals. fulling anil held her. As her Might ' 1 O f u1,"'t '"' f,,r "Plrt gOOU, heavy Spi'lllger COWS Jj, "rw Some StOckci'S. of tho rj and ho sawknew ijuUerlugthings. herInthin i.n jnniv !,,, .e Some fat COWS. FarmillD tnrl? V.tn SS liuiuut, like u drowning man. ho d ,hu Mlt g kwwfabe bad left his employ. He kne Tei'IYlSGood negotiable note beaiillg G 1)01 CCnt lUlv.iv.l, rltloinlO why liul-Hu- I I I I fl I I m p 15 vV AJ The Loubvllle Time- you may Hb,iUBto Courier-Journal. ML jll alf 9 B ilV MC 13 - for The S H Send or bring your orders to the office of central record that be luid alu). cured too until be iniuo to belluvo It hlmaelf. And k ,e kyvw that thero would be no mora . XI dreamlnc of love, for tho tlm woula Jg 0ly l(W ,hort fof ,he uTUg g r,.:;!';.? iu m, for ,iriUgl p, montllS. m. TWO POP CCnt f 01 Cash. I 1 1 1 I I1 Col.-- I BIB 1 1 Tl WW 90 A MM WW WT T I J. B. Dinwiddle, Acut. Crab Orchard, Ky R lllajl I lUfD p Wm Im W I il D No 2. I k The Central Racord. Lancaster Ky. . Thursday, Jan 9, 922. 1 1 Stanifer's Backward Season BIG CLEARANCE SALE $40,000 WORTH OF THIS WINTERS BEST MERCHANDISE Men's and Boys' Fine Suits and Overcoats, Shoes fox Men, Boy's Women and Children and Other Furnishing Goods BEGAN WEDNESDAY, JAN? 18th SALE OF-- WE EMPHATICALLY STATE THAT EVERY PIECE OF MERCHANDISE WILL BE CUT TO THE CORE. NO HALFWAY METHODS WILL BE USED. WE ARE DETERMINED TO MAKE A CLEAN SWEEP. OUR HONORABLE BUSINESS METHODS OF THE PAST YEARS IN THIS VICINITY AND THE RESULTANT VAST AMOUNT OF CUSTOMERS WE WE CAN POSITIVELY ASSURE NOW HAVE WILL BE GREATLY BENEFITTED BY THE ASTOUNDING REDUCTIONS. YOU THAT THIS SALE WILL BE THE MOST PHENOMENAL PRICE SACRIFICING EVENT EVER OFFERED THE PEOPLE OF THIS COMMUNITY. HART SCHAFFNER AND MARX SUITS and 0VER6OATS Here are hundreds of these fine Suits and Overcoats of the choicest woolens, best tailoring and linings; newest styles. We have too many of them for this time of year, so we are giving you these Suits and Overcoats at prices cut to the core: $23.95 $35.00 Suits and Overcoats, now $27.95 S40.00 Suits and Overcoats, now $33.95 S45.00 Suits and Overcoats, now $37.95 S50.00 Suits and Overcoats, now $43.95 $60.00 Suits and Overcoats, now Entire Stock of Suits and Coats at tame Thi has been a backward season with all over the country. At a time when cold weather furnishitiKS should have found rcrdy buyers, the mild weather prevented customers everywhere from buying winter apparel and today wc find our shelves filled with this season's finest merchandise, and money tied up in the stock. Wc realize that something must be done, nnd rather than go into spring with n lot of winter stock on our shelves, we arc going to sell at n sacrifice, even at a greater loss than wc can really afTord, but wc must make room and wc must have money to discount all bills as has ever been the custom of this establishment. We want everyone for miles and miles around to attend this Price Sacrificing Sale. Come and be convinced wc have marked down our stock to so low a price that will make this sale one to be remembered. So come early to be one of the first to pick from these genuine bargains. The Biggest and Bet Men's Store in this Part of the State ' HOME OF HART SCHAFFNER & MARX NETTLETON CLOTHES, SHOES, FLORSHEIM SHOES, ARROW SHIRTS, HOLEPROOF HOSE. mer-chan- ta -- Sults In Odds and ALL STYLES Ends ear- ALL SIZES ly season selling. There are many broken lines here from Many were marked originally as high as $40. Now they have all been thrown into this Sacrifice Sale for your choice at Never again will you have such an opportunity to buy such high class merchandise at so low prices. $13.95 17 ENTIRE This is the SALE you have been waiting for and it will Continue for Only Boys Suits. Overcoats Heavy weight all wool tweeds, dependably made and regularly selling up to $10.00; wc have thrown $5.00 them in this sale at Our better grades of Hoys' Suita and Overcoats $9.95 values up to $18.00; in this sale marked Hoys' Corduroy Suits, well made, strong reinforced krotch, good patterns, values up to $12; $6.15 marked now at Hoys' Knicker Pants, heavy wool, fine line, desirable patterns, all this season's stock, former$2.65 ly sold as high as $ pair, now Hoys' Corduroy Knee Pants, values to $2.50; $1.59 sacrificed at Hoys' Mackinaw Coats, heavy all wool, splendid colors, sizes from 10 to 18 years; regularly priced at $12; to close out quick we will offer them $3.95 at BOYS' SCHOOL SHOES Hrown calf, English walker, solid leather, thoroughly made to stand hard wear, regularly priced at $2.95 $1.00, now marked Hoys' High Cut Shoes, heavy tan, lace, boot strap and buckle, formerly sold at $5.00, now being $3.95 oifcrcd at Involving our entire stock of Winter Shoes and Oxfords ill styles and all leathers at a Great Reduction. Everyone knows the famous Nettleton and Florshelm Shoes for men and "Sll-Kl- d Shoes for ladles. MEN'S Men' IS and $G Shoes s FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY s $2.95 Selling Days. STOCK OF nt ..$3.95 .Men's $7.00 Shoes at $4.95 Men's $8.00 Shoes nt ..$5.95 Men's $10 nnd $11 Shoes nt $8.35 Men's $13.50 Shoes nt $9.95 Men's $15.00 Shoes nt $10.25 One bit; lot of Men's Shoes, nil sizes, standard makes, good quality, black or tan; will be found on bar. gnln tables for quick sale, at $2.95 WOMEN'S Women's Shoes nnd Oxfords, nil leathers and this season's stock; priced nt $0.00, at ..$3.65 Women's Shoes nnd Oxfords, regular. ly priced nt $9.00 nt $0.95 Women's Shoes nnd Oxfords; regular values $10.00 now $7.65 Women's Shoes nnd Oxfords selling nt $12; imw at .......$8.95 MISSES AND CHILDRENS Good heavy school Shoes for growing girls, 2 2 to 0; regular price was $7.00; now .,...$4-95 Growing girl's Shoes, black or ton, regular price $5; now . $3.75 Growing girl's Shoes, black or tan, regular price $3,50; now $2.95 Children's heavy winter Shoes, all solid leather, sizes up to 2's, regu lar price $2.50, now .. $1.85 Children's henvy winter Shoes, nil solid leather, formerly sold nt $4.00, now AT DRASTIC REDUCTIONS Hundreds of Fine Shirts to select from, any desirable cloth and pattern, neckband and collar attached, soft and stiflf cuds; sizes from 13 2 to 18. Nothing but our own stock of famous makes. $1.50 Shirts, now $1.05 $2.00 Shirts, now $1.35 $3.50 Shirts, now $2.25 $7.50 Shirts, now $4.65 $2.50 Shirts, now $1.55 , $3.00 Shirts, now $1.85 $5.00 Shirts, now $3.25 $10.00 Shirts, now $6.65 Men's Work Shirts, $1.00 value, now 69c Men's Wool Shirts, regular $3.50 values, now $1.95 1-- Mens' Fancy Shirts MEN'S ODD PANTS $5.00 values, now $3.95 $7.00 values, now $4.95 $10.00 values, now $7.35 $12.50 values, now $9.45 MEN'S CORDUROY PANTS Regular $5 sellers marked especially for this OPPORTUNITY IS KNOCKING AT YOUR DOOR In this one day sale which will mean a merchandising event of supreme importance to everybody, the Entire Stock will be placed on sale at prices far below actual cost. We feel it is not necessary to go into details rclativo to the class of merchandise retailed in this store, as everyone in this vicinity knows wc sell only the highest grade wearable made by tho best manufacturers in this country. MEN'S AND BOYS UNION SUITS Wo nrc throwing into this salo tho fnmous Munscnwenr line, known tho world aver for its perfect fitting and long wear. Never again will you have such an opportunity to buy nt such low prices: Men's regular $2.00 value; now $1.35 Mcn'a regular $2.50 value, now $1,69 Men's Silk and Wool Mixed, re- gular $4 value, now ......$2.79 Boys' $1.00 Union Suits, now 79c Hoys' $1.25 Union Suits, now 95c Hoys' $1.50 Union SulU. now $1.18 sale at $3.59 season: $4.00 Hats, now $5.00 Hats, now $7.00 Hats, now $10.00 Hats, now $12.00 Hats, now MEN'S FINE HATS All tho Now Shapes and Shades of tho present $2.79 $3.59 $5.15 $6.95 $9.25 Home of Hart Schaffner & Marx J. S; STANIFER Richmond, Kentucky. The Central Record, Lancastei , Ky.. Thursday Jan 19, 1922 down the list. Farmers! Hnvo your mnchlncry nntl Implements repaired before you need them. Saving time Is just as economical as saving money. If the special legislation do Lancaster School Notes. 1 Fellow cltlxcns of this wonderful sired by one class is enacted into law It Interferes with thotow" ' Lancaster, you will never ambitions and desires of other i stand "mI strain, 'hardship ami men- . the Classes. "M-m-- m If the farmer Is jtaj vexations undergone by the given what,, lent, and faculty of the dear stu- - old it. L manufacturer and every other a t0 ,, ,,auntcd, but this u under class of people. jnn extreme circumstance. Kxnms! "Putting it off until tomorrow" has coat many If the manufacturer is grant-- ; Oh! thnt word, n word that hns itruck a farmer a bunch of money. Tomorrow provod too cd protective legislation, IJ, q. horror, distress, anxiety, and tor- What Is as delicious and satisfying when you're hearts of late. really hungry as a thick, juicy steak, a savory roast, farmer, as well as tho rest of ment to the almost fromthetheformer year generation, us, dig down and pay the in- one and this one small, powerful, or a tender breaded veal cutlet? You can bring us your Implements and machincreased cost of manufactured word has continued to ery now for repairs without loss of time. Later in strike us dumb up to the present products. MEATS THAT MAKE THE MEAL the season the time saved will be worth more to you Even if a fellow gets all that generation. A blow has been hurlthan the cost of repairs. he demands from congress he ed at us this half year that all but are the sort In which we specialize). The choicest enrried us back Into ever blackening Is sure to go on n kicking spree darkness, cuts, sold to you at honest prices, are thu goods upwhich constitutes failure, Bring nlong that horse that needs now shoes. on which our big trade is built. because somebody else is get- but - II. S. can stand. It has stood When put on scientifically they give better results. ting what he demands nt the and It wil continue to stand as long Even the horses are pleased when they wear n pair as the old fighting spirit, held by the expense of everybody else. we put on. school whole at tho In other words, this country upheld m nthe generations present, is by to follow. is just one groat arena in Last week was n wonderful week which everybody wants some- for us. Wails and cries were heard thing special, but doesn't want from every one. "Oh, I know I'll FRESH FISH AND OYSTERS to grant other people the same never pass," and similar phrases were heard upon the lips of everyone. privilege. Kveryene was working, sighing. "Live and Let Live Folks." j Really, now, what can con wondering how thu exam, would nVr and rhoe the time and plate gress do? Red CrOSS NotCS treat them. Those amateur vamps 11 3G 3E for all lessons What could you do if you forgot they had a benn ami nil buried Tho Christmas Seal sale has been The cover nil not only were unfortunate enough to bo their head la their beloved school more generously contributed to thio modern course method of preventing books. in rural cemmunrlias than inloase, but give tho ear of all m.m. Perhaps then the men would a member of that august but Hut, the storm has passed new, and The Central Record bore of Ike fatally, beta when idek most of us have ceme through with- farmer years. 'be sufficiently disgusted to pay much lambasted body 7 $1.50 a Year. loued Weekly. UryanUvitlc made no cwntriWutto and well, from the mow bora hobjr Apply the golden rule? out a scratch, as It were, and all arc to them no more attention Payable In Advance. There ain't no such animal relieved, happy, thankful, and lat. to this fund last year, but this yenrlu tho eldeet in Use home than to any othor animal un- any has load alt All othor to take more. bt not least, grateful far the know- - In the county thetheir Seacommunity coots the wish la their nam the J. E. ROBINSON. Editor, in purchase. adorned. to should gr ledge anil help given us by our facul Mgr. .ELKIN', I- he wnnta he Is sure of better . 1.. II. 8. during Thursday nnd Friday ,Mt wcck- - Yes, I agree with you, prices for his products, 11 l'unnft,)!rf' for tho f,hcer,futl Is paid by the that increase I butf I positions occupant H. Smell That Eoast" Currey & G-ulle- y. CONN BEOS. i rj ar j ! Local Editor and Entered nt the Poit OfTIco In Lan Mall caster, Ky.. as Sccond-Clat- s Matter. Fofrin AiK.rtt.inr BrprrMrtuttv THE AMERICAN FHK5S ASSOCIATION Lancaster, Ky., January 19. 1922 Rate For Political Announcement. For Precinct nnd City Offices.. $5.00 10.00 For County Office For Stato nnd District Offices. .16.00 For Calls, per line .10 .10 For Cards, per lino For all publications In the Interest of individuals or expression of individual views, per line 10 Obituaries, per lino .05 . . As The Editor Sees It. Su-jhas And now Associate Justice Clark of the United States preme Court solemnly assures us that we should cancel the eleven billions of debts the alOflficers of the National Relied governments owe to us. tail Shoe Association have That would be generous, in- sprung a bomb upon the coundeed. try. They assert that the feet But we suggest to the learn- - of our charming women arc ed justice and other advocates gradually growing in size, ami of cancellation that they com- - that as a consequence much bine and buy up these obliga- - atgcr 8hO0s are in demand, tions, paying for them from We never Scandalous! their own private funds, and dreamod that an American then surrender them to our, man could be so ungallant! foreign debtorsor touch a1 Even If it wore true, they match to them. should have said "larger shoes lhnt would be even more are more In demand, owing to generous. Ithe superlative wisdom of our! And for once we ordinary icnlightonod and emancipated tax payers would not object. i womanhood in declining to 1 I thoughtless man stands on a street corner as an attrac tive lady is passing. Without any desire to Injure and with no apparent purpose in mind, he makes a flip or sug gestive remark. Others hear it, and repeat it, and in time it grows to wild proportions and races from lip to lip with lightning speed. It graduates from tho class of mere gossip nnd assumes the dignity of a scandal. It is too spicy a morsel to keep, and soon everybody is engaged in "spilling the beans." It is thus that many an unblemished reputation is unjust ly dragged into the mire thru the medium of a tongue that no curb. Step on the brake. A One Of The Many ty during the last of nlneteun and e. We hope tM tale af wee reaches the ears, hearts, and pocket-book- s of the community so wo may have a gymnasium by another year. The Senior Clow was able ta give only n short Chapel program Tuesday morning, on account of examinations coming Inst week. Among the feature of tho program was n piano solo, "Tho P.osary" by Mis Faye If Europe succeeds in its to organize a gigantic in King and a cornet solo, "Little Crumbs of Happiness," by Mr. Cecil ternational finance corporation Henry, with Miss La Verne Dickerson something similar to our fed at the piano. Everyone enjoyed the eral reserve system it will program, and we hope that next time gradually restore conditions to a much longer one can be given by something approaching nor- this class of '22. Some of the people that take malcy and open up the foreign markets to our surplus pro- Caesar have found out: You can lead a horse to water. ducts. Hut you can't make him drink. There is a slow but gradual You can ride n I.otin pony, Hut you can't make him think. improvement in this country, but we can hnrdly expect anyLautjh and Live is little foreign demand for our agricultural and manufactured products. This slump in demand is pureh the rosult of chaotic financial conditions abroad. They cannot afford to buy our products at the present depreciated value of foreign One of the many reasons for Gymna.iuni the sluggish condition of busi The girk have net been a Me to ness in this country is the fact play Imekot ball or take any physical twenty-en- that there training on nceeunt of the eold The sale this year in Lanenator wtvs ' JIUs Iteirfneeo at tho High School, conducted by the Yeunr Puople's j or Mian Lnii or Alias Henry. Societies in the dUTeren' ehureh. Thai rooroe am never heen avail-Th- e C. K. of the Presbyterian ehnrch able to tho women of Lancaotor be hail the largest Mks Shirtoy fore, 04 the instm rt or are aenetnt-o-d Denny was chairman of the com by the national Mod Cms and no mittee nnd deserve a great deal of instructor was available for credit for tho manner in which she ter. Mlas Weatovor est Riven j InMrorton conducted hor campaign. rerttnente the Ant year The money contributed bist yenr of the war and baa had a Rood tionl has boon used in placing two ehil-'o- f experience with tonchinit those dren with tuberculosis af the bin InlebuMoa. nnd will no aowbt make the hospitals, whore they have received j lesion both Hred table nnd for several months. AM lag. the tuberculosis of the county have If yoo eneo ivo Ton lac an boo-- rt been furnished with sanitary sputum trial, ye will add yosjr voice cups and have had same superviiton from tho lied Cro.M public Health to the thooisnds of ether who are praising h. hWswow Dnsy Store. 1U nurse. The public may be assured that Ah" tho VorM hvreo a lever nx. the contributions this year wiH be cot the loeer who laes only put to the host pftwibte use. m. , latere-treatme- The local Hod Cress Chapter is l:oj5rdW of the fact that thoy offering a course for the young enntteae to call k niecniMiic. most women of the community in the preof it i handled now m broad day- vention of disease in the home. Mght. The course was required of all wo men who acted a nurses' nids in the! If wc bad to wiv a his nrieo for World War. A class will be organix-- 1 the free advice v. vet must of is ed ns soon as fifteen member are en- - would suddenly dix uter an rolled. Kach clam elects their owniif value in it. ) ,!mi worse. Even as they are, America today is the favored land of the gods. 1 thing of a radical nature until Father: "Why arc the students adequate market facilities are carrying their books to class today? created for our products. They never did It before." Sen: "They havo oxamlnaticms In the meantime we should consider ourselves fortunate today." that conditions with us arc no Min Sanders: "Luclen, what's enth Annuai c rm And Home Convention 1 Tanlac Vegetable Pills are sold on to give perfect vulgar exposure of leg and day after day, indicating a bo- - ,,n "nool, satisfaction. Try them tonight ami n4lny more through tho medium of lief that congress is doing noth-- . won!f college, lloston, will speak on you will bo delighted to find tho re- the illustrated sections of the ing toward restoring normal "Home at Its Ilest." Thursday, "Com suits you have obtained. Stormes Drug Store. munity Health and Nutrition wilt be (It.) condition!! in this country. public press. Ynncy, Rut what can congress do? discussed by Miss Jessie O. As a fitting finale, wo sug- See the sample of Cunioni Granary Kicheberger, Frigest to such women it parade Whichever way It turns, and Miss Marietta Home," Filler Seed Oats on eshlbit at our day, "Hyginlc Feature of tho office. This oat has yielded from 80 through populous streets, clad whatever it docs, it is sure to by Miss Mory Miller. only in tne garb nature pro- - be bitterly criticised, The convention will end with a to 100 bushels per acre. It spells Hudson 4 Farnau. quality. Tho farmer wants one thing, Farmers' banquet vlded thorn, mounted upon jackasses, and with a battery tho manufacturer wants anoth-o- f Tanlac Is appetUiug, invigorating They say red tapo In Washington camera men ready to por-- er, other Interests want other and strengthening. Try it and be is disappearing. Using another colthings, nnd Bo it goes clear on' convinced. Stormcs Drug Store. It. or, perhaps. tray every step. l Um. fer womc. Wvdnonilay ,lav. Thursdnv Church Day. and 1'ridny, Community Day. r. The Tuesday program for farmer bt of speuiut Interest tu sheep rulsvrs. Wednesday, Hogs nnd Poultry will bu discussed, Thursday, Uecf Cuttle and Potato subjects, and Friday, Can Congress Do? Dairying. departure from the convon- The subject for women's program "Why don't congress do on Tuesday ufternoon will be "School tions of good brooding nnd womanly modostv. unless it be somothinir?" Lunch," by Miss liolnn, of Illoomlng . who has put n school lunch That is tho question we hoar ion an inordinate craving for tho i UMtSSSV eor i..., w V turn. Playing base ball is yood ox- Koop the dollars) Ht home its crcise, oven in freoxing woath-e- long as possible. Othora are not toaring their linir in un efHut though liberal in our fort to hand thorn to us. views, w yet can conceive of no excuse for such n radical SIHVUIII , t e o I In scanty bathing costume,' Ag huK a7;"(IoH.;r bm fa tucky Farm nnd Home life. Tuesday Is School DayMiss Gerplaying a game of banelmll on circlliati,1K nroum, horo jt , trude Collctto of tho Mnnsu school the beach at Atlantic City, N.;worth a (lollnr to tho commun. will be chairman pf the morning J .,on Now l ear s day in zoro sH'ssion. These morning sessions are 'rHr hnth mn nnd women. Tho af Weather. u i. ,...: uri,.. Under normal conditions n onr,ch othw. ternoon. are devoted to agricultural , , t, Problems for men and Home prob- 'i.i ' bathing suit would attract no plHcos. It soldom ro- - January 3 it., February, 1, 2, 3rd. .i . i .i LUI IU1 1! IIV 1UIIUU1 LIllMIlLMVt!.H i... A few days ago a daily pa- - crnmnntr thoir font in nimna n The College of Agriculture has per contained a picture of a sizt! too sma for thcm ,, made a special effort to arrange n number of women, garbed only program touching nil phases of Ken' ki tho difference between a pint and a iunrt7" I.ucien: "A nint makes veu han- py and a quart makes you drunk." Miss Sexton: "Now, tell me what, were the thoughts that pawed thru Sir Isaac Newton's mind when the apple fell on his head." Itogcr: "Guess he felt awful glad It wasn't n brick." Prof. Ileyd: "Jack. If you had a little more spunk you would stand better in your class. Now do you know what spunk Is?" Jack: "Yes sir, It's the past participle of spank." Sam: "I wont to see Ijivurnc the other night and someone threw a brick In the window and hit her in the side." Walker: "Did it hurt her?" Sam: "No, but it broke two of my fingers." Sam KUIott's De Iofctcvs Cream WE HAVE NOW IN OUR STOCK AT STORE A COMPLETE STOCK OF Do LAVAL CREAM Sooner or later you will buy a mn i i i Separators LATEST MODELS feet continue to grow. Kavanaugh is still lacking above the ears. Ilnttlo-ax- c Cox says he will dio if ho lives long enough, but if he does not live long enough he doesn't know what will happen to him. Hen n positive guarantee What 7". ZriZ' PRICES Special attention given to all who ore Write, Interested. call or phone r III Ml HASELDEN BROS. Lancaster, Ky. i The Central Record. Lancastei , Ky., Thursday, Jan - 1 9 922 I .! ,., ... ; -- ,, .1 , '. 1, - "T ' ' BIG REDUCTION ON SUITS Lancaster, AND Reduced 518.50 OVERCOATS EN- $35. Suits and Coats now $30. $30. Suits and Coats now $25. ALL BOYS KNEE SUITS AND TIRE STOCK BOYS OVERCOATS $25. Suits and Coats now $20. 3313 $20. Suits and Coats now $1 5. Special lot Mens $25. Overcoats S12.50 Special lot Mens $30. Raincoats reduced to Anderson Brothers m Kentucky. Mm Margaret KHiott nn I Mi Mr I.e.Ur ana Mr. Fiiier Game. f Danville, made a buMnvM trip to Hniel Champ, Lancaster. ient the week-en- d Monday. with Mia (?aroly Rice on e some We Mfcn Nannie Calico the Summit. up frotw bM reumed her frchout work in Gar Mr. W. T. Wvt earn a few rard county, after vwiting relat.ve Itowllaic Orvea Oil week day. He U nutkintr m of the here. Richmond IUjcter. Hnforeement OtTieent in the Stat. We PAY CASH and SELL for CASH which enRev. and Mr. I.ewi N. Thmpon. BELOW COST. ALSO A FEW Matter RummJI Cecil, seven year of Markthury, Garrard county, were able us to Hill cwrythmtr at a ivusotiaMe price. old Mn of Mr. and Mr. T. K. Ceil. DnnWIle visitor yeirday, and paid So when you TRADE HERE we both SAVE money. i HI the Daily MtMcnwer elHee a plea-an- t 5 venr tick with mMHiMMtki. many little friend are honing to tee call. Mr. Thompson i pastor of 3 him nt again mo. the Fork ef Dix River IlaptUt church Men's anil Women's work and dres SHOES at at Marksbury. He w formerly in S H ha Wn the Mr. John Marr. wh better pruts. newsfKiper bu4ns in Arkanta. teverm Monin mi urno PnanK Mr. Hd Porter ThtMwon, son of Sprinjr. recti fhTHtiftfr from a the latter, was private secretary to recent of tynhhl fever, I Hen. J. C. W. Beckham, while covrnlee. t h aiater, Mr. G. H. entor ef Kentueky. Danville her friend who trade there. Mr and Mrt. R. II. HnUon have the , Mr. Simps .n in the The activities of this d ttinRuUhed "i. of Mrs. FUt on Danville Swinebrmut and Mr. Swinebnmd. rented the Stormes' I John Simpson, of Judson, and is i woman makes a fntcinattnc history of avenue and will move in a few week. ltuprentative R. I). McMurtry The mnrriaw f MW Ituth Car-- ! protnerous farmer. social progress in her State, nnd is a week-enHe I They were accompanied to Dan- - source of inspiration nnd information K. I. Owsley m spending a wn at home Mr Jan- rier and Mr. Joseph F. Price on .iuhuss, .1 citou t iu imrcv iiu ic.u wn few day in Danville at the heme of ideated with his nwdirnmenttt at unn e lnih. ma th. tlilr.l mil ..r vine oy .hot i.ury hopes to e some bills the ,Iamlten CoHeKe-UnestThe main line of effort which Mr. of the bride and Mr. Oscar hi--r 'laughter, Mrs. W. U. Cook and Frankfort and Kr.p rj A odd MintUa of Ihi Comlnji that will be of Breat Breckinridge fostered arc: Kducu-tionL.th,n fow W()nll ,ho othpr twj Dally. Mr took. Celiiji by Thou Vi Art Intcmttd In. to the people of the county he hns being the marriage of Mlis Mary and recreational opportunities The congratulation and best wish Mr. II. II. Batoen who has been .the honor to represent. es of their friends are extended to for children, providing resources for Dan Durbin nnd Mr. David Allen on the tick list far several day ha treatment of tuberculosis: organized Champ this happy couple. Burnice Mr. and Mr. John .V. Rom will Thomas, and Mil YA Game have been returned to hi tt.rc ami taken up Mr. and Mr. charitable work; sewing, "votes for R. II. Il.it- and Mr. Burton Stnpp. leave Kentucky In a few day for hi duties. recent visiter in Danville. The book is beautifully women." their now home nt SUilKftrt, Ark. sen, of Lancaster, has been quite edited and Illustrated am' contains n Uilfl ami I.llllan Malear Mr. Rot own a 300 acre rice farm sick fer the past three weeks, but! vIW MIm Mr. Wotley Dkckersen was n The new of the marriage of Mi'copy of the portrait by Hergersheim- were recent vititer of their grand- there and U very uuthutitMtic over wo are glad to repert b much better. tor m Danville Tuesday. to parent. Mr. and Mr. C. J. Sower, hi future pretpocta. We regret to The boy are all hoping for him a Lucille Josephine Thompson to Mr.b or. This lovely gift by the Woman' was presented Jlr. Deshn MIm KUankAh Ferd ha returned of Cettenbuix- mu. t oMip William Gooch came a a j;rent speedy recovery see this estimable family leave KenBreckinridge, Lexington, Ky. In Cincinnati. from a few days t Webb went over to Lancaster Friday, prlte to their many friend tucky. pent Inst MIm Jennie lliggtns The bride i the pretty and attracfor a week-en- d visit to Mr. William Tho Woman's Club met Thursday Mr. J. K. Mmere awl Ml Mary week in I.euvJllu the guost of hvr Mr. W. G. Preston, sen of Mr. and Fnrnau and family. Lexington Her- tive daughter of Mrs. J. J Thompson at the rooms on Lexington avenue. Walker few Danville thepjier last sitter. Ml Sue Hlgtrini, who is Mr. Tom Prestan and MIm Lena ald. of this county. a short business sesion presidweek. teaching in the Masonic Home. Hrim, of Garrard county, were marThe groom i the younpost son of After ed over by tho president. Mr. R. K. A. Howard Rice, at present aatMt Mr. and Mrs. I.llburn Goeeh, of Linried at the llnpti.it paronaHe Saturwere Mr. and Mrs. John S. Mr. J. K. Stormo attended a McRoberts, Mrs. Theodore Currey gu ef Mr. and Mr. Ire Cetten meeting f the Beard of the Ken- day, Jan. 7th., by Rev. D. R. Sekii- - ant branch r manngur of the Interna- coln county. gave n most Interesting talk on Mis Mary Mae Walker, of tional Han-estetln. They were married on Saturday. company at Parkers-burSunday. tucky Federation of Wornon' Club "Ruth." The audience thowed W. Va., has made a earefal Jan. Uth., at 3:30 P. M. in the porPaint I.ick, spent last night here with appreciation of the splendid Mary UU i en the alek Ht at the liteonix Hotel in Lexington friends and attended the dance. Mr. canvass of that state and hi con- ter of the Sharp Hotel, at Wlnfold, Thursday afternoon a thi week, but we are Kind to note the past week. clusion nre that if the mountains of Tenn., by the Rev. J. B. Troxel. talk. Thi Danville Messenger. business meeting will be in session. she U convalescent. that Wort Virginia over which he bus oc- Baptist minister ef that city. Mr. and Mr. Tboma Parks and d It is hoped all the members of the Wedneday aftorneon an old m very talented Kvetyn, of Danville, spent .Mia Thompson casion to travel, could be ironed out Miss KHn Mae Reurne it visiting daughter, d pound and eandy pulling club, old and new, will be present at Hut, they would iwttily spread over and popular. with her aunt, Mr. John Underwood nnd Sunday Wood Mr. Park sitter, Mr. party wa given at the home the whole all the meeting. in Mr. Gooch n United State and a porand Mr. Wood, on James presporrfjs Mr. Underwood, In Danville. of Mrs. Jamo Wood, en Richmond tion of Old Mexico. This might inGoshen section, Richmond road. yontiK farmer of the road. It uu the most enjoyable oc- dicate that Howard hns his up and and is well known in tho young soMr. Sebastian, ef Garrard oounty, In casion ef the season and about twelve Ballard wn Mr. J. llogan g ciety ef that neighborhood. i downs. .Mr. Rice i at present with Mr. W. J. Reman ami Mr. Frankfort last week mingling with guest wore present. Miss .Mary Gennt her old home in Kentucky and After a short trip they returned Roman on Richmond street. the selona at the legislature. Mr. Nee), of Danville, was the guest of there is n possibility that Richmond to the home of the bride's mother, Mr. W. R. CMk and MIm Dave Ilallard made one ef the bust repre- he nor. may be favored with a visit from both where they will reside. Harri. of Dmvllle, wore visiter ef sentative Garrard has ever had. Richmond, Ind. Their many friends hope that thoir Mrs. J. S. Schooler gave n twelve In tho neur future. relatives in I.aneaiter .Saturday. married life shall bu filled with much Mr. and Mr. I.oyd Bourne nnd o'clock dinner at her home, on Rich Palladium. happiness and joy. The gaost be-- , Mr. F. W. Celling, of Taylorsville. daughter. Ktla Mae nnd I.ois Vlr mond pike Friday. Mr. ami Mr. W. R. Bastin gave a Comginiii. were amen; the guest nt a ing Mrs. Sam Swepe and son, Guy 12 o'clock Ha been visiting hfct brother, Mr. dinner Tucwtlay Jan. 17th. Ballard-Holtzcl- aw birthday dinner Saturday nt Mr. nnd Swape, of Rloomingtan, III., Mr. C in honor of thi- - Cth. birthday of their Jack Colling and Mr. ColHng. Mr. W. W. Dunn', near Perry vllle. S. Cotton, of Islington, Mr. A. F. little daughter Willie Aleno. The MIm LilHe Mae Ballard and Mr. and! Hon Hugho Sanders und Mr. and Mrs, C. II. table was beautiful, In it birthday Mr. and Mr Rdwin Heltsclaw wont te Jnme The Kostern Star met at the Friends ate delighted to learn of Simpson. Delia Klee Hughe, An elegant six course dauchlor, Mi appointments of nnrc'nut and light- Stanford Wednesday nnd wore united the promotion Hall Friday night to initiate menu was served. of John N. Brown to In Murktbury Sunday. wore vMtor ed cumlliM, enchanted with turkey, in marriage by Rev. McCloary. two new member, Mr. Sallle Santhe olTlce of General Manager for The bride is the attractive daugh- the JelTenon Standard Mrs. Pearl Gay, of Santa Barbara, old ham and all the delicacies of the The many friends of Mi Jeanle der and Mr. Georgia Miller Lusk. Insurance season. At the elder' tool were ter of Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Ballard, Comnanv for Calif., who hat been visiting her Ijtrkey are glad to know There are more application fur the State of fvoniurkv. Mrs. Leslie Sebastian, left Mon- soatetl the following guests: Mr. and ef the Knat end. she is Improving from her recent ill- - membership to be taken in at their with headquarters nt Louisville. Ho Vr. HoHaclaw Iss nn day fur Springlield and HarrmlsburK. Mr. A .11. Ilnstin. Mr. and Mrs. Wll- next regular meeting. succeed Mr. Alvis and the promotion I Until Lear. Mr. and Mrs. V, A. Lear, man, having served several month Ky., to visit relatives before return is well deserved, for Mr. Brown ha ing home. TM. I. Mm rtnv'. nntiv. Dr. and Sirs. J. A. A man. Dr. nnd in France and I now u fanner ef the developed into one of the best InR. C. Rom. Mm. Reeie Dud- - Oilbet Creek ctlan. but she has been a resident r surance men in Kentucky and has Immediately after the ceremony made hotU and hosts of friends thru-otable proWel over by little Mia the hppy cowple left on a bridal Zi loves to vtit her old home. the Stute. Willie Alene in adjoining room, were tour to Covington, Cincinnati, Pari Mr. Brown has Juit returned from Squire nnd Mr. I). M Carter, to- - v. A. Loar. Jr.. Nancv T and other point. Miami. Flo., where he mot with igether with their family hnje moved jfc II net withes ef many friend Arow nn, Jamvm Keee. other otTtcervt of the company and (V'to Itncnsier nnd are occupying the Many little token ef day were with thuM. it wus at this meeting that he was V$ new home at the corner of Stanford receiveil by thi litartnin little giri, tendered and accepted tho manage $4 street and Tinder avenue. Suulre which will make the day long to be ment af this splendid company In arter will ustiitt Judge Trendwuy remuinbenxi by her. Kentucky. While in Florida, Mr. during his sojourn with u and at The Woman's Club appreciates the Brown visited the homo of William The NEW Store. GROCERIES, FRUITS, CANDIES : i Incater (finnaaca have fr bt I Nice Winter Hats J c. :: 3iNro-- Childrens Hats, very Cheap FRANCIS-SMIT- J j ur-cha- rd iliM tet aaMMMtiitttMaitetsetttiMi Gossip About People lst kt Ped bi.nt l fld u.. al j Thompson Gooch I j sur-ldu- g, fash-ieno- neigh-berheo- vlsi-tin- JOHNBROWN Promoted State? eral Manager For Jefferson Standard Insurance pany Mu-ihhi- Ic Del-anc- His-te- r, y J ne, .rJttffcttrfcra efl-Mr- s. ut Our New Year m i j j. RESOLUTION tilr L.r. Club Notes To keep ut all time a complete atock of the moat popular brands of FANCY AND STAPLE GROCERIES, CHOICE, FRESH nnd CURED MEATS at a price, that you can buy them. Watch our window each day for our prices on some items. eScott & Ruble Plioe 206. Public Square. N3 opportunity uifarded it of tenlng the Chauibor of Commerce Banquet. Quo of the greatest surprise. to The menu follows: Oyster cocktail, cellery hurts, Henry llutchintoii, former Garrard i the many friend of the community boy, but now making hi heme in was the marriage of Mia Jennie 'wafer, country ham, parsley garnish O'Brien, Texas, in renewing hU sub.i Burr and Mr. Hubert Simpson, which baked chicken, dressing pib!et sauce, scription to the Record to May 1 928, was solemnized in Danville V wines-say- i, jelly .potntee. a gratln, hot beaten "I am glad to see ok! Garrard day afternoon at three o'clock by biscuit, celfee, home baked cakes and frozen pudding. getting back in to the Republican Rev. Hart of that place, MIm Barr i the attractive duugh-Tex- a column. 1 think we will soon have A book of unusual Interest hat been on that tide. Wa sorry Joe ter of Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Barr, of Koblnson got defeated." Am very' Point Leavcll, and has been the added to the Library of tho Woman' It is a biography of one of proud of Garrard's new county Judge etriclcnt book keeper fer Mr. R. I Club. and believe he will make good. lie Hagan for the pat two year at this tho truly great women of Kentucky Mrs. Madeline McDowell Urcckln- was ulwuyt a good friend to me." place, and will be greatly missed by the tame time take advantage of our splendid school, whose children have Barr Simpson Jenning Bryan and other place of interest in thi land of flowers and sunthinc. Tho fellow who tries to plcate ev- erybody self. Is never satltfled with i him- - , Give cheerfully, and with a warm heart, but don't let other help k.ep your stock lion. Cryl.i.d Salt Tonlt Block will in a hvallhy condl. Buy a block. Iludton cV Farnau. The Jh ' I '2,2 18.61 Kennedy, Gene, 0 acres.. I.UNGARDIA Is "without a rival" 1.09 in ordinary or Klncatd, Susan, Cough d Logan, Jeff, 2 acre.... 8.00 and Colds, difficult breathing, and 11.92 for the relief of Whooping Cough. Mullins, Itobt, 2 acres y LILLIAN DOUQHCRTY. 10.23 The wonderful results following Its Itcady, Silas, 3 acres FOR Smith, Annie, 4 acres 4.45 use will astonish you nnd make you 250 Pimple, 73 Blackheads g Sutton, Lee, 1 acre 5.03 Its Your money friend. 3X till. tr McCWi. UrMKiU and3BoUt! Tarrance, Frank, 1 acre 24.09 back, If you have ever used ita equal. "It's been hard enough for im to Taylor, Ed., 12 acres 18.14 Danger lurks where there Is n Cough No rssro.nl I offered, because they full In rapturing this Jewel thlrf withnre Ion forevrrt No question will l Wallace, Allen, 1 4 A... 13.51 or Cold. Conquer It quickly with out having this new worry about you. islifl, rirrpt on question. "How While, Margaret, 0 acres 11.62 LUNG AUDI A. Miriam, you hateu't sUen me one Safe, fer all ngrs. .11.1 you Ksi tnm7 mere is nut on a ! cut out new fad answer, evening this week. Aru you censing Williams, Will, 18 acres 25.30 OOcts. and $1.20 per bottle. Manuguesswork; I used on ot anil to carel" (tit most (Hiwerfut factured by Lungardla Co., Dallas, District No. 3, (White) ami f ' n "Nonsense; my editor Texas. For sale by McRoberls Drug kncwrt, an I that li H. 8. H.I Now my 23,04 Anderson, T. A., 32 A. "Now, dearest, he doesn't send you 1,12-Hface la pinkish, tnr (kin clear aa a Store. rose, mr chteka nro flllcl out nnd my 16.10 acres out on late nslcnnient," John HillsI, A. K. WALK Kit, Sheriff of Clouse, Jas, 23 rheumatism, Uo, la rone!" TliU will ton, detective, protesleO, Cotton, Carl S., 56 acres 9.88 L experience, too. If you try 8. Garrard County, will on H. H. Miriam's lip closed lightly. "Slop It l guaranteed to lx pure! Davis, Corda, 0 acres 0.51 Objtctlofl te Clastic Dancing. eiettatl In alt Ita remarkably effeciHitliering, Jolm. You must get this MONDAY, JANUARY 23rd., 1022 Denny, Levy & Sons, 40 A. H. a fl. 36.45 tive meJlcln.il Incredltnts. Jud Tunkln says he doesn't Ilk means rt new history for you from now limn. It mean so miirli tti both of IK 8.12 amatour classic dancing because It being County Court Day, offer East, Lllburn, 1 acre storoj K. r.aml. that (larl.n fr.llac that on' two 8. 8. Is mM nt all droit la You nre lilti nloiit lila method' namesate In sites. Th larger sUo iht nmra Mltlt a clrur, purr, rmSil 40.50 reminds him of the way summer ncres for the Court House door, at Fain, W. II., 21 at moro economical. Ye. ho Is the slickest In jeiirw 1 0.40 hoarders net of an crenlng when the acre Set Intimate with mnliU In the hie Lancaster, Kentucky, the following Floyd, Tom, bad. 9.03 mosquitoes are houses, mnke love to them, gets thi'lii real property .returned delinquent Foster, L. L, 4 Acre 109.23 Those who have made plans to In hnnd over Jewels, thru they we It t in same being the amount due for Grant, K. II., 79 acres Indlin as Tobacconist Sign. test their seed include C. A. Dard, no moro. My promotion Imngs mi this State, County and School Taxes, for Humphrey, Floyd, 140 acres 233.81 The selection of the Indian as a 70.36 sign by tobacconists In the early years I. L. I'cnrod, W. 11. Dridgci, Elvis Jolt." Jolm spoke dejerteitly. the year 1921. Said sale to begin Locker, Jas, 42 acres "I wish I could help you," Mlrlnm nt ONE O'CLOCK, Standani time Locker, Owen, 10 Jackson, II. M. Denn, C. M. Tucker, 25.47 following the Introduction ncres of the II. II. Maker, Fred Fleming, J. V. said wistfully. 19.72 "weed" Into Kurvpe, wss undoubtedly The names of those paying before Locker, Coleman, 1 acre .- Corn Crop shook his lirml. "Tills Isn t a John Locker, Hronson, 1 acre 11.94 due to the fsct thst It wis generally Arrcndell nnd P. F. Turner. After woman's lie broke off, that time will be stricken from the Mlrlnm Maupln, John, (n. r.), 3 A. 4.10 known that tobacco had first been they have tested their own seed, "Come forJob, walk." The need for better corn in A. K. WALKER, Sheriff list. n Moberley, Wm. T., 50 A... county has resulted In n farmers who nre in the 71.20 found In us among the Indlnn trlbea County. of Garrard "I rnn'l, John; I have un engngo. the new world. Its use was first Nay lor, Wm. M., 12 acres 9.93 of farmers of that movement will assi.it In furthering ment.' movement anion reported to Christopher Columbus In Oliver, Amos, 112 acres with it by explaining the method to their district, who arc 104.68 November, 1412, by a phrtr sent out John pnrnl the room. "I nm Jrnlous, District No. 1, (Whlu) I know. I saw you meet a man In the Osborn, Herman, 25 acres County Agent F. 0. Towncs, for the neighbors. 29.30 by him to explore the Island of Cuba. llarnes, Wm., 101 acres... 123.57 Osborn, Albert, 33 acres park Friday evening. 31.08 The plsnt Itself, iioweter, was not careful selection and toting of seed, 32.80 Prather, J. M (n. r.) 20 A. Mlrlnm gniied. "You did? Old you Barnes, J. F., 2t4 acres. according to a report from the coun Eleven Laurc county farmers have 17.51 brought to Kurope until IVs, when 20.49 Sanders, A. T. & J. I. 181 A. 330.00 KMnirlseo Kernsndet, a pdjslrlsn sent ty. Ten farmers already have mnde started their system of farm book see him writ J Would you know htm Illnnton, Andrew, 60 acres. Ilroadus, Mrs. J. M., 45 acres 72.07 Scarbrough, Herbert, 28 A. plans to test their seed before plant- keeping for the coming year by tak- ngnlnf I 30.11 by I'nlllp II, of Spain, lo Investigate "No, wns looking nt you. You wen Hrown, Geo. F., 2354 A. 210.14 ing this spring nnd many others nre ing the Inventory' of their farms nnd smiling up Simpson, Aaron, 38 31,73 the products of Mcifen, brought It A. Into his fare. John sighed. with him on his return Ihmiim. 15 acres 57.34 Simpson, Mrs. Mary, 80 A. expected to adopt the plan, Accord- equipment, County Agent J. W. "Well, I must reMirt. Wilt you come Ilurton, II. ( 00.88 138.80 Simpson, Holla, Doolin. R. N., 80 ncres.. 4 ing to County Agent Townes. 6.6 acre Jones reports. out tomorrow evening!" Dudderorer, Dave, 404 acres 532.21 Smith, J. W., 20 A. 92.23 "IVrhnps. John, go now, please, 43.71 Sparks, Claude, 22 44.49 acres As soon us the door rimed nfler Eaton, Jnmei, 25 acres.. Positively no fox hunting or hunt- . 88.53 Sparks, Claude and Cloris, John. Mlrlnm rdlpivd out of her eve- - Kites, S. II., 28 acres of any character or trespassing on nlng dre hurriedly put on a durk-blu- e Gullcy, J. W. 4 sister, 30 A. 48.40 10 19.08 acres serge suit, smoothed her hnlr neat-l- y Gullcy. J. W., 38 acres 45.00 Simpson, W. W., (n. r.) 22 A. 24.01 our farms. Any violators will be prosecuted. behind her ear, put on n small hat Gullcy, Robert, 147 acres 41.01 TuMcy, Tom, 1 acre . 9.47 W. S. Embry, W. A. Price, T. J. nnd veil nnd sauntered out of the house Hatfield. John, 10 ncres . 21.1 Whittaker, W. E. (Gdn. Ilobt nnd over to n small park n few block Huffman, Geo. (n. r.) 20 A. Price, Ed and N. II. Price, Fisher 15.8 Layton), 3 acres . on good city property. Fay back on weekly 2.05 awny. Herring, Crit Meadows, Anstl Mea42.70 Humphrey, Herman, 28 A. Onc there, she sauntered slowly District No. 3 (Colored) dows, John Collier, J. S. Schooler, or monthly Installments. M. II., 80 A. 1019 79.07 along the most unfrequented paths. In Johnson, Adams, Abrose, 31 acres 25.73 Joe CrisciUis, J. M. Criscillls, Robert a few minutes n tall, smartly dreweil Lancaster Klour Mills, T. L. 160.02 0.71 Speake, George Conn, Jim Conn, Manuel, J. T., 80 1 acres 144.40 Hoatley, Kube, 1 acre young man turned to wnlk with her. 80.39 Henry Arnold, Marion Johnson, W. 189.44 Ilroaddus, Charlie, 60 4 A. each for prompt!. Merida, A. M., 156 acres "You're a Whltaker, Tom Conn, J. M. 10.37 30.21 Kennedy, Wm., hrs., 7 A... Let's go over to Ihls nice retired Marshbanks, Maggie, 30 A. A. 12.00 Meadows. W. T. King. John Rich, benrh. Marsee, John F., 110 acres 123.33 Kincald, Ellen, 9 ASSOCIATION. iK&rporated. He drew her hand under his arm. Marsee, Geo., 10 acres and J. F 19.02 'Jhm Rich, J. C. Conn 16.40 Leavell. Ed., 8 acres Miriam looked up nt him with n flut- Poynter, Tom, lGt) acres Mitchell, Mary, 1 acre 2.72 Adams, R. L .Arnold, Mrs Victoria 301.27 J. E. ROBINSON, President Wm. S. HOPPER, Sec't & Tres. tering Interest. 5.02 Anderson, G. T. llallard, Sr., E. I'oynter, Walker, 6 acres 23.73 Mitchell, Jim. 1 acre "You do look so nice." Miriam said, II. I. Kelley, Donehue 7.24 Woods, Poynter, J. W., 5Vi acres 11.41 Reynolds, Johnson, 4 acres ecstatically. "I really MIeve yomnrc 17.94 Bros., H. II. King, T. L. Yantis, Mrs-Acres Poynter. I. V., 60 acres 40.18 Warren, John 3 an Kngllsh duke, Incognito." 8.33 Emma lllgginbotham, J. M. Farra, The man laughed. "Well, I hate lieen Speaks, R. K., 171 A.. 1920 CI. 02 Warren, Joe, 2 acres W. Hill, George Ilroaddus, Logan If the world would stop moving! In the best house In England. And Turner, John, Town Lot 14.77 District No. 4, (While) Hubble, Cyrus Daily. for a while some of us might be able In a few here, loo." Wheeler, Mrs. Dora, 97 H A. rlma, A. C, (n. r.) 227 A. 20.01 I (Other names will be aJded upon to forge ahead. Miriam sighed. They nre no tire (1920) 14.90 Hero-- , John, (n, r.) 10 7.70 the payment of 25 cents.) A. With j White, T. C, 58 acres some, these wealthy people. 35.51 Ilrock, Jesse, 20 acres . 7.08 (tf.) There is a subdued whisper of the their Jewels ami luxuries, when we System Chadwell. A, T 24 A., 1920 13.02 District No. I. (Color!) short skirt going out of style. There have so little. It Isn't fnlr." Plans for a balanced program in is 4.46 Of course. It's not fnlr, my dear. Anderson, Grant, 5 acres 21.22 Campbell, J. P., 5 acres not enough left to attract attcn-- i I farming, recently started at a meetand so mnny of them leave their Jew- - Hall, Amanda, Town Lot 3.93 CORRECT tion. 6.13 Church, James, 4 acres ing of Larue county farmers, are i els around right under our hands, a. , Col. on, G. II., 125 A. g 101.11 ,2 ' I developing rapidly, according to a . The courts should hustle up and If to tempt ua, now don t they J" HOW 7.37 Combs, It. P., 120 acres.. 151.27 Dat 2 1.2 acres... USE I Burdett, ..u Mirum .n. report from County Agent J. W. jdslpoae of that Stillman divorce' 04.40 7.19 Creech, Eliza, 33 acres.... acres . swered. "Why, two weeks ago I put , Burdett, Uright, TURCK BAKER. Editor Jones. More diversity in the crop case. It is keeping too many other 10.10 JOSEPHINE 112.41 Davis. Jelf, 34 acres her sapphires awny, ami she tnoagnt Ilurdett, Keen, 38 acres grown wil lreceive special attention spasms in the background. acre 11.92 A Monthly Hurdett, John, 99 2 acres 177.01 Duncan, H. L., 4 they had gone bnrk to the vault' from the farmers under the new plan 0.70 8.47 Halcomb, John, 40 A., 1919 I2.S0 PER YEAR The man bent over her solicitously. Ilurdett, James, 3 acres for the coming year. Home grown Although .submarines were not "You should have thorn, too, little sap- Dunn, Elijah, 25 2 acres 11.33 20.10 Hall, Sam, 37 acres Snd 10 Cents for Sample Copy protein for cowa and hogs, and three scrapped, there is some comfort in phire eyes. Of course, she has other 59.55 Faulkner, Clarence, 15 acres 23.30 Hammoni, Fannie, 52 4 A. to or four cows on the farm of every the knowledge that they will bo Jewelsr 5.03 4.44 Helton, J. II., 10 acres Faulkner, Louis, agt, T. L. Correct English Publishing Co. man who will take care of them al- confined to the deep. Few of us eyes opened wide In astonMiriam's 5.41 3.35 Hunt, Geo., (n. r.) 80 acres Faulkner, Louis, Agt T. L. EVAN3TON, ILLINOIS. so will be stressed in the movement. will ever get too close. ishment. "Do you mesn to say that 18.07 Henry, Andrew, 5 4 acres 21.01 Irvin, T. Z 52 acres you don't know about the diamonds acres 8.48 5.13 Jackson, L. P.. 1 Hood, Lizzie, Town Lot... and the great Ahnoor rubyr 1.09 12.93 Jackson. Elizabeth, 1 acre "Ah, I have henrd of It. The man Ingram, Roland, 4 acres 7.20 11.15 King, W. M-- , (n. r,) 160 A. acres Green Clay spoke esgerly. Ho that Is where It Is. James, Jasper, 1 7.89 22.73 Laden, Wm., 2 acres A. Have you ever been in Itnlyl" he asked Kavanaugh, W. !!., 5 6.00 Law Irrelevantly. Lewis, Maggie, 4 acres 12.67 Lamb, Gilbert, 25 acres.. "No, tiut oh. how I long t go." 11.68 Mayfleld, Andy, Town Lot 11.99 Lamb, Sam, 17 acres Money to loan on farms. "I could never go there without you," Mlddleton, Hob, 4 A., 1 T. L. 16.74 Layton. Hill, 27 4 acres.. 31,21 List your farm for sale priv the mnn sighed. "The skies would Mtddlcton, Sam, Town Lot Meadows, M. F 40 acres . 44.08 9.10 peak of you. They're blue sapphire 12.30 ately or at auction. U acres 23.79 Mesner, Hen & Hugh, 88 A. He stopped and added, thought- Mlddleton, John, blue." SUBSCRIBE FOR YOUR HOME PAPER 67.19 Office over J. W. Smith's Store. Newland, Sarah, Town Lot 5.13 Mitchell J. II., 54 acres "And the price of a few of fully: 10.85 0.40 McClure, C. C, 20 acres these sapphires would take us. If I Perkins, Henry, Town Lot 17.07 Williams, Herbert, 1 acre 0.40 McQucrry. J. T., 77 acres only had money." M. S. Parker, hrs., 12 ncres . 1.45 "I know. If I had the nervo to run District No. 2. (Whit.) Pointer, Evalyn, 2 Oacrrs 3.42 off with my mistress necklace, couldn't CENTRAL 65.58 Purciful, Monroe, 50 ncrrs. linker, A. '.., 18 acres we go with llnitr she said. 10.13 HATFIELD 8.93 Kobinson, S. J., 0 ncres "You're a little queen for me." The Iluckley, Wm 9.10 DENTIST AND 8.15 Shaw, It. L., 15 acres A.cres man's volcn wns caressing; he leaned Crank, Tom, 7 0.18 Office over The Garrard Bank. closer to her. "Just the kind I need to Doolin, S. I)., 220 Acres.. 200.27 Tnnkerslcy, Eliza, 50 neres 9.27 keep going. Yon'ro right. With Hint Doolin, John, 58 A Phonss Office 5. 77.19 Tankcrslcy, W. H. & Nancy, Residence 376. string nnd the ruby but you're little Durham, Jas., 18 A. (1920) 60.25 . - KENTUCKY. 75 acres 38.01 LANCASTER, I might miinnge the nnd srnred. Kly M.rs. Bottle, (n. r.) 01 A. 37.10 Todd, T J., 200 acres, bal. 303.20 THE " 242.03 Tudor, Harris, (n. r.) Fain, W. M., 105 ncres A. 5.14 Miriam flared. "I've never fallen 30.81 Tudor, Sam H., 20 acres 27.91 i down on anything yet," she protested. Fletcher, II. J.. 70 acres Kentucky's Greatest Newspaper Ison, It P., Exs. S. X. Ison Turner, J. P., 25 acres "I I thought you liked me." 7.78 89.20 Underwood, Dan, 70 acres acre 8.47 "Sure I do. You're great" Exclusive. 45.82 Vanhook, W. N 51 acres 15.95 Miriam sighed with relief. "I must lion, Logan, 50 acres 30.19 York, 0. W., 35 ncres Optometrist go now," she wild regretfully. "You'll Lemay, E. 20 ncres 5.10 9.55 Young, W. P., 60 acres Mlddleton, Mrs. Jas., 7 A. be here tomorrow night?' 5.02 DANVILLE, - KENTUCKY. "(Set Montgomery, Mrs. D. L, 105 "Sny," the mnn whispered. District No. 4, (Colored) Opposite Gilcher Hotel. this: Wednesdny night you'll see the 73.77 acres Ileazley, Geo., hrs., I acres 0.51 Office Hours S to 12 and I finest string" Ills llpl were cIim Xnylor, Arnie, 55 acres, 1920 41.81 lo S p.a Uurnside, Clay, 1 acre 3.07 to her ear. "Hut only. If If you" Preston, Arthur, 65 acres 39.15 Campbe'I, Martha, 1 acre A metropolitan daily paper that contains a com3.07 Mlrlnm grnwd his nnn tightly. "I Preston, John (Estate) Denny, Quinn, 10 acres -- . 14.40 know," she whispered. "The ruby and A 0.61 plete telegram and cable sen'ice covering the world. Denny, Civil, 4 acres the sapphires I'm n little bit fright- Itankln, D. F., 262 7.78 404.15 acres ened, but you are big and strong." State news from correspondents in all parts of KenFaulkner, Andy, 20 acres 17.04 100.97 The man patted her shoulder reas- Kankin. C. F., 27 acres MINERAL DIRECTOR gives all the news Faulkner, Irvin, 12 acres 11.30 tucky. The Herald's locnl sen-ic138.95 Kankin, Itobt, 34 acres suringly, anil she"hurrled away. Faulkner, Irvin, 12 A., 1920 11.40 Offlre Over National Hank. Kay, IleuJah, hrs, 1G A. Society, Financial, Mar10.71 of Louisville and suburbs. Faulkner, Wm., M., 12 A. 10.20 JRetldence I'hone 8.97 Wednesday night the slickest Jewel Shearer, Mrs. Mahala, 10 A. 3. Office Phone 27 Faulkner, Wm. It, 4 acres 21.42 ket and Sport pages, are in charge of the most arrested by Sherrow, Frank, 2 ncres thief In the country 34.23 LANCASTER, KY. Gillispie, Owen, 0 acres.. 0.76 John Itnlstnn. He bad the famous lost Sparks, James, 40 acres 18.05 reliable authorities on these special subjects. Gillisple. Addle, 1 acre string of iwarls In Vandcrpool, Itussell, 23 4 4.45 Mnrston Guynn, Will, 4 acres bis poeket. nnd tho hiding plnce of 10.08 Does it mean anything to you to be supplied with 8.97 Acres nearly half a million dollars worth of Hunt, Jas., 8 acres 11.04 Williams, Ollle, V9 acres 90.35 a daily newspaper that Interests every member of Jewels wns no longer a fwcrut from the Dock-- , 90 acres 45.43 Williams, Henry 90 acres 118.01 Hunt. pollre. VETERINARIAN. Jones, Dan, 3 acres 7.45 the family? Then it is tho Louisville Herald you Then John fared Mlrlnm for an ex- Wearren, W. A. 20 A., 1920 23.89 Kelly, Islnh, hrs., 20 acres 9.54 Calls Answered Promptly Day or planation. It was brief. want in addition to your local paper. District No. 2, (Colored) Kennedy, Anna, 4 A. 1920 3.28 Night. Phone 317. "I wanted you to get him, denr," 0.41 Kennedy, Dob, 8 2 A. Adams, McKlnley, 1 acre 11.39 I also desire the Sunday Herald add $2.50 If you Mlrlnm suld simply; "nnd I thought, ANCASTL!, KENTUCKY. 12.07 Kennedy, Bob, 18 2 A 1920 13.23 ton. Mint It was u woman's Job. At Cockrcil, Frank & Will, 4 A. to your remittance. Coffey, Colonel, 14 Acres 12.47 Kennedy, Ed, 50 acres -- . 0.40 least, ske could help." Dunn, Dave, 2 2 acres 8.48 Leavell, Jonah, 4 acre 6.72 Order your subscription through 3.28 Palmer, Will, 2 2 acres Dunn, Duck, hrs., 1 acre Ample Proof. 14.80 J0WWIITEIC0, lewevtui, nr. C.65 Palmer. Will, 2 2 A., 1920 11.85 Lottie Is your vung minister lo Dunn, Francis, 5 4 A. THE CENTRAL RECORD Is HO very fascinating! sssVSssssfK-s- sl A. Embry, Henry, hrs., 4 7.15 Schooler, Patsy, 30 acre . 6,35 Hattle Kakclnatlnsl Why lots of Hughes, Sam, 32 acres LANCASTER, KY. 27.49 Spilman, Solon, 1 acre 7.54 girls In our church have married men Jeffenon Crcnncl, 8 acres.. 25.84 Woods A Campbell, 12 A 5.96 . . . wUo they bated Just to get one kiss frviu A Jone, "oc,c 2.38 Raw Furs "N' Ycakey, hrs., 1 acre the rect.r after the vniuiy. LOST! WOMAN'S METHOD i h Sale deep-seate- Niptr DELINQUENT .... .... ... .. .. life-lon- treat-mtnt- Taxes 3-- .... .. .. .. t. com-iiU- a. -4 3-- Muhlenburg Farmers Plan Improvement Of .... M .. Muh-lcnbu- tv .. .. 3-- .. Attention Hunters MONEY TO LOAN The LancasterSBuilding & Loan .... 3-- .. I- LaruesFarmers Plan To Stress Balanced .. .. .. .... .. ENGLISH ,1,-- TO IT .. .. Magazine .. 3-- -4 1- $6.00 Pays for THE Doth .... .... Walker And Real Estate 3-- .. .. .. .. .. .. RECORD .. LOUISVILLE HERALD .. .. .. J.J.Byrne You Should Read The Louisville Herald e .... ........... .. .. .. .. 1- .. J. A. Beazlev twn-ynr- d .. .. .. 3-- .. ...... ...... .. .. Or. Printus Walker 3-- .. .. .. 3-- 3-- 1- J- -, .... .. ri o 1 1 rv. nu. i -- ijrt y , Jan 19, 1922 "BRED IN Want to Feel Just Right? Take an M Tonight JUST TIT IT AND FARM LIVESTOCK FEED FOR FATTENING CATTLE Data Oathtrtd by Department of Agriculture of Much Value to Producer of Beef. r IN I'Bllfl rwfutmfM I Airlf sllytf I Datn gathered by the l.'nlted State Department of Agriculture regarding the dnlly gnlii and the amount of feed and imsture cnnnmned by IH.kll steer iltirliiK farm fatleneil on corn-hel- t the lut two winter, are of value to an Indication nf a Ixvf protlucer how much feed I required on the av- ernge corn-hel- t form to produce It) pound of gain, 'Him nterage weight of all the cattle at the start of the feeding period wo 7M pound, while the llnnl weight ta? SHE IS "FULL OF PEP" THEY SAY She Is And Gay And Is Always Ready For A Good Time Good-Looking good-lookin- 2 OLD KENTUCKY purebred. SU Uw Wm- -r ;m ll la tU ambf TUt tW ULOOD WILL. TLJL.I-- . Replace your scrub and grade aire with good Join the "Ilctter Sire, Hcttcr Stock" campaign. What about this trio of herd boars? TROUBLE IS, your system is lei of Imptttlllrs that your tnrrinotkrd dlfnllrt and stimlnatl-- t organs can't (ft tlii of. F'HU, ulli, salli, calomrl and orifinaijr laiatlrn, cathartics and purer only fore tht bowels nil prod the lirer, Nalun't ?mr(NRTM-taction thsitomach, hm , lOwU nd rrrn Mdncyi, not lofclnf, hut Ion Ing ml tttfaglhtnlng the orRsni. "I It I null li prompt itlitl sndlral, luting htncfit, MiLetkt Nslute s tttmcdfwill set frunipiljr, thoroughly, jrt to mi.jiy, m grnnjr, mil J ml will mink. nslur tiff til h cimiic to trie incut nl li dome Ihi work. O (rrrril A4 .4, Wit , wlwll T II S MrnlwJ MS W ilt II l4 4 . .ktml,, m .fc.lr M M tick 1U tx g ll M KM lit ta 111 M llXkH -- - rJhrr-- i Iff, , 3 1UJ.1 t rm trvt rMfl)"i)iMJ ly m mm R. E. McROBERTS, Lancaster, Kentucky. j yr haMglMShfl an effort to put their farm activltje on a bunncs basis, acconlmg to a re port from County Agent A. M. Allen, Fifteen farmer already have taken In their program of work which inventories and tarted their farm they have outlined for the coming account. with County year In The Modgcnvillc Dairy Association, Agent I. C. Pace, farmer In the recently organized to promote dairyCorinth community of Livingston ing among county farmer, county will drive far bigger yield now has more than 102 member, a nf com and hay, better hogs, mere report from County Agent J. W. profitable farm (leeks nf rMckeni, Jone atate. better cimimunlty telephone service' Intercut In farm accounting and and belter read, according to a re- -' book keeping I increasing nmong N'ekton port frem the county. rounty County farmer, In order to develop interval in Agent C. I Hill report. Farm ac atandard bred poultry' and promote counting, which i to be one of the a county poultry show, Mario coun project for the county during the ty farmer who are cooperating with coming year, already ha been start County Agent II. J. Children hove ed by ii x farmer. erganhed a poultry association. The Community clubs are taking an organisation had ten charter mem- important part promoting better farm and homes In Crittenden counber. will give ty, a report from County Agent J. Union county farmer more attention to farm record and It, Spencer states. The county now account during the coming year in has ten auch organization. I Farm And Home News From Over Kentucky Special Invitation to Young People Thla bank .utenda to every young man or woman In this community a special invitatien to become a savings depositor. Only by careful and systematic saving may you hope to acquire the fund nccosvuy to eventually branch out In bus!-ncfor your self. No great amount is necessary to open nn account. You can do so on any sum from one dollar up. You can add to this account from time to time In any sum you desire, no mat ter how small It may be. THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. S. C. DENNY. Cashier. Cop Hal $50,000. Honor Roll Dank Surplus $50,000. "scrappy" nature usually makes a Pen Special good breeder. Detailed information concerning Raises the type of bird to select for tho Mating up a special breeding pen breeding pen is being sent on request of the best hen on the farm and to farmer from the college at Lexthe bet male bird affords farmers ington. one opportunity of increasing the profit from their poultry teV, acAfter all, knickerbockers for wocording to suggestion being made to men were not sidetracked. They Kentucky farmers by the College of didn't get that far. nnd one Agriculture. Twelve hen rooter Usually will make a breeding A much n hus been said, It I pen large enough for the nverage still true that the testing of seeds practice. This is not u common farm. Constitutional vigor, ability of the lack of care of forothought Is rospon egg to hotch, high egg production Mble for the expenditure of much through n aerie of year, early ma- more labor than is necessary for the turity and breed nnd varietal charac-tcrUti- e production of a given amount of ahould he taken into consider- grain or other produce, thus tending of production. ation wheSi selecting the hen for the to incren sceost T. It. Ilryant, assistant extension A pen, the college poultrynien rooster who crow often and has a director, College of Agriculture. Breeding Poultry Profit -- Look Why is a girl popular? CATTLE around and sec what a good time the CATTLE CATTLE g one have all the time. We own more black-cap- s thnn nny herd in Kentucky. Men seek them out ami ask them to BLACK-CA- P ROYALTY NO. 253,797 AND parties, dance and entertainments, BLACK-CA- P GARRARD NO. 283,601, "Herd Bulls." And notice that it is not the Young stock either sex for sale at all times. type renl men like most, but the Visitors always welcome. girl with "pep" nnd happy Rood nature. Any girl who is tired and languid nnd has a poor complex SANDERS BROS. & AMON, PROP. ion nnd dull eyes enn Improve her LANCASTER, KY. condition nnd be far happier if she (iude's Pepto-Ma- n will simply take gan until she hn put her blood into good condition. Itcd blond mean continues to slump during that period "full of life" nnd "full of life" usual-- y of the year until the pulcts begin means happines. n and sec to lay. Ily having the pullets hatch Try dude' Boost early in the spring, they will begin how much better you feel. Doctor Kentucky farmers can increase the to lay when the hens arc molting. have used it nearly thirty years for Plymouth Uocks, Wyondottes nnd people It help profits from their poultry flock by weak, them get well. Sold in both liquid having their pullets hatch enrly this Rhode Island Kcds begin to lay when spring in order for them to start about seven months old, Leghorn, and tablet form. Advertisement. laying next fall and winter wheiii Minorca and hens of the lighter Saving Chilled Lambs eggs are high priced, according to breed begin when about six month suggestion being mndc by members old. Heavy Losses of the College of Agriculture poul- Another advantage of early hatchkVB poultrymen n Chilling of Iambi, which try' deportment. The first hatch ing pointed out by the should be out by March 1st, and the i the fact that surplus cockerel Is responsible for a heavy loss su tier' 1st-- , aW in from early hntches sell for high sheep last one not- later than May ed each year by Kentucky order for farmers to toko advantage! prices as broiler. raisers, may be avoided by taking Farmers who wish to hatch chick the chilled nnlmnU to the fire nnd of the opportunity to have winter early hove been advised by the colgradually wnrnnng them either by egg, the poultrymcn say, Fresh eggs arc highest in the Iat lege poultrymcn to start their plans Pasture la Eesentlal to trie Profitable placing them In warm water or by fall and winter because hens stop now. In cases where hens do not covering them with bran or cloths, Production of Oeef. laying then to molt nnd grow a new set in time for early hatching, the Chilling is sheep specialist sny. 1.070 MHimi, the gain uniountlnc to that crop of feathers, the poultrymcn poultrymcn have suggested 2M (Miund In a erlia of 174 day. one of the most important point have pointed out In their suggestions. farmers get broody hens from their guard agninst dur The average quantity of feed consumed for sheep men to A a general rule, the supply of eggs neighbor or use nn incubator. ing the lambing season. ON) pound for HO pound of gain "A day or two before tho lnmb is of grain, (C xund of commercial concentrate. D'.tl pound of dry roughage due, the ewe should be placed by xuch a hny and com fodder, SLt herself so that there will be no dan pound of illage, and the equivalent of ger of injury from crowding, "I- - J. W. B. DICKERS0N W. 0. RIGNEY 'M day of paMurage llorlncher, sheep specialist at the In addition to the College of Agriculture ha emphasrx feeding trial with cattlemen in Indiana, Illinois, Iowa, Nebraska, and Mis- ed in suggestion to farmers. "The souri, the United State Department grain ration should be reduced and nothing but good, clean, bright hay, of Agriculture is conducting Investigation In southwestern Wisconsin to de-- ( either clover or alfalfa, should be termlne the cost and amounts of feed fed. required to fatten cattle on grass, with "If the ewes have had plenty of and without a supplement, and of the exercise during the winter nnd arc feed required to maintain a breeding in a henlthy, vigorous condition, Residence Phone 33. Ollice Phone 18. herd of beef cattle for one year, and they will require little attention and to raise calve from weaning time to may lnmb in the open with safety jearllng. as long as the weather continues to be mild. However, the ewes arc Self-feeder- s are popular sluggish and over-fa- t, if the lamb may Device Eliminate Oreat Portion of be weak when born and for this If nil other means fail, wc may The fool Is about the only person reason, It is necessary that it be as Labor Involved and Insure) on enrth who doesn't try to keep still otir up another war over who Uniform Results. sisted In nursing us oon a possible, storied the last one. "In cose where the ewe rcfuee others from thinking he is one. r for lnc have come Into to own her Iamb, the difficulty may Hot times arc ahead of Washinggreat (xqiularlty nmong farmer nnd be Kven In this day of cnlightmcnt ton. Mr. Pepper Is now n member overcome by drawing some of the feeder largely heciiuse they eliminate milk on iU In extreme medical science knows little of the of the honorable senate. a great Mirtlnn of the luhor Involved mother' cancer. The victim, however, can In feeding and Insure more uniform caces, it may be necessary to tie the mother so that she cannot get away. tell us plenty. result and gnlns from the hoc. Loans, Loans, Loans Hog In the wild Mute were self-feAfter the young animal have nursed Even cowardice, some claim, ha animal, living iion such feed n a few times they, should be able to its advantage In a way. It Is an on would satisfy their npMtltes, nnd tin take care of themselves. Insurance against the marring of der domestication they neem to thrive "For the first two or three days facial appearances. bent when fed by the sume principle. FARM LANDS after lambing, the ewe should receive The marked ueee of the According to a contemporary, costprinciple of hog raising I largely due ( little or no grain but should be givto the fnct Hint they may eat an en nil the hay she will eat. A heavy ly weddings nrc going out of style. abundance of Hume feed which will grain ration may cause an execs of With no other kind left, what arc VORIS & MOULDER nourih them to the best advantage. milk which results In milk fever. we going to do? The should he designed About three days after tho lambs arc BURGIN, KY. primarily to keep mi available upply born, a small amount of grain made It Is considered quite offensive of grain constantly lefnre the hog. up of equal part of oats and bran now to refer to a man of wealth a Office, Citizens Bank & Trust and at the same time protect the cona millionaire. They object to being Company. tent ngnltut waste due to wind nnd may be fed with good result. This (tf.) should be Increased gradually until classed among the common herd. r A consist of n hop rain. per to hold the feed nnd a tnnigii be- at the end of two weeks the ewe Is low It Into which the grain How ns receiving about one pound of grain the hog eat It. Complete pluns for a day." doll-facu KING PILOT NO. 457,531, by the Pilot, the world'a chnmpion. ;KENTUCKY RANGER," sired by the largest boar in the world. "KENTUCKY CHECKERS," it's your move. Dixie Stock Farms. Pepto-Mangn- Pullets Hatched Early The Egg Profits run-dow- n flasssssssssssssssssssssV VaV eBaBaBaaBeLTeaeBaBaBaB iWsaiLarLal Prevents new-bor- - W. 0. RIGNEV & CO. Funeral Directors and Embalmers Lancaster, Kentucky. Self-feede- ' i Liberal Appraisements self-feed- can be obtulned the lown from the extension department, Iowa State college, Amet, Iowa. self-feed- ARE YOUR CHILOREN EXTRAVAGANT? To allow a child to become extravagant, no matwell-oi- r the parents may be, is to seriously interfere with the development of its character. KxtravaKance breeds idleness nnd a lack of ap- ECONOMICAL BEEF IN SOUTH Mixture of Silage, Dry Velvet Bean and Cottonsce-- 1 Meal Is Most Satisfactory, The Culled Stnte Department of Agriculture ha conducted a exieriinent In Mlllppl which flint show elet hemm are well ndnpted for use In mnkliig beef. Feed Ing mixture of silage, dry velvet stivr-fnt-teuln- g ter how vfr Service Comparisons when I ,3 -- Capital $50,000.00 Surplus $60,000.00 Honor Roll Bank. 4 per cent paid on time Call and see us. J. J. Walker, President. do-posit- brim unci cotton seed were compared of silage and dry with combination honii. mid silage mid Konkcd velvet bean. The mixture of llnge and soaked velvet boon resulted In the tiioit economical and profitable production of beef, while the mixture of silage, dry vehet henn nnd cotton-seemenl proved more satisfactory than the comhliiullixi of silage and dry vehet beans. 'l preciation of values. A pampered and ehihl can never really experience those joys and pleasures that are the birthright of childhood. You will not regret it if you require your children to earn their money and then to save a part of it. Teach them thrift. Let them open an account with us. We'll be glad to have them call at imv over-fffdul--ed - apgjyWc jig WATCH All FOR MOLDY SILAGE B W. F. Champ, V, 0. Klgney, Asa't. to the President. U 0. Davidson, Cashier. J. I Gill, Assistant Cashier. V. F. Miller, Assistant Cashier. Mrs. Naomi Hamilton, Teller. Stuff Found Decayed Should Placsd Whin Live Stock Can Not Rsacli It , CITIZENS NATIONAL LANCASTER, KY. BANK. Corner Public Square and Danville Street. " In opening the silo It I n good plan to watch out for mold which tnlglit be there. These mold ure tcry kioii-mito horses nnd of I en cause the dentil of cattle n well, lie sure that the decayed silage Is nil scriiped off the top and put where (he llvesfiMk cannot set In it. It I poor economy to try and feed the top silage mid lake a chance on losing tuluable stock. s Rcchdmeawd Repai-rall makes of Batteries 4 PER CENT ON TIME AND SAVINGS S. CONN end v CONN Am I I The Garrard Bank & Trust Go LANCASTER, KY. We sell travelers I tho United States and Cheques, which are good in foreign all countries. V' The Central Record, Lancaster. Ky., Thursday, Jan 19, 1922 AN ALLIANCE Tobacco ClauiM CHhm RATES i Single insertions le a word No ad taken for less than 20c In this column. No ads In this cnlumn charged. Seven insertions for the 1 price of five. Phono orders must be paid 3 promptly. g SHOATS WANTED: I want to buy about fifty shoals, weighing from About twelve marriages out of evJ. K. Robinson, 60 to 00 pounds. Lancnstcr, Ky. ery 100 aro said to be second mar (tf.) Did Ycm Know That By ELLEN DUNN. A I'll, kr McClars Poolers very cnrcful each grade to length nnd texture, a very Brent extent, Ho Up was sitting, at 7 p. table In the public library scanning tin "Help Wanted" columns of two dnlllra. A girl entered and seated herself SJho too vas at tlio same table. Nwifr x4lcu. la, at a Manure Spreader, $100.00; Oliver Riding Plow, $50.00; Second Hand Cook Stove, $20.00; Heating Stoves, $0.60, Cook Stoves, $21.00; Jlrecch. Ing, $8.60; Collars, $1.00. Alum-nluware granite ware nnd many other things nt cosL m J. R. MOUNT & CO. stripping your tobnrco, kecp-in- tr itself, both in regard to color, for on the grading depends, to the price. in Be sure that you have ench grade on separate sticks. Don't mix the grade on the stick, as the tobacco will be "stick graded' 'and the lowest grade on the stick will govern the grade. Do not The same thing applies to the hand. mix grades in the hand. Do not hang your sticks too full. Eighteen to twenty hands keeps your tobacco straight when you bulk it. When you get through stripping a crop you are ready to deliver and not before. The whole crop must be delivered the same day, or all of each grade. That is. if you cannot haul all of your crop, you must deliver all of each grade when you start delivery. There are always two "grades" in each grade, for instance: Trash 1st and 2nd." Leaf, lugs and nil grades have first and second, so keep them separate. R. M. BARKER DIRECTOR OF WAREHOUSES Wanteds Salesmen to sell to the farmers ACME MINERALS which .sxxiewQoeK ipoawiiooawiuiswcxs. grown the bone and supplies the min eral elements; ACME PIG MEAL Office rooms for rent on second equal to milk; ACME CALF MEAL CItlxens National Rank nnd ACME MILK FEED for chick-en- s. Door. Sates are largo. A paying ACME MINERAL CO., .House and lot on business. FOR RENT:. Wheaton, Illinois. M2.2t.pd. Lexington street, with good bam. Te S. G. Hnselden 1.5.tf. Whatever wo may think. PostmasFOR SALE: One Swedish Cream ter General Hays at least knows "What's your line.' Separator comparatively new. Call when the quitting is good. "Architect; und yours T Mrs. J. II. Hamilton, or see "Business manager." Lexington, pike, The conference having outlawed "Have you liven Idle longr she questioned. potion gas, it will now become neceseach, Barred Rock males $1.7 sary to coin another word for IL "Since returning from Frances" three for $5.00. One male, 12 Kncourugetl by her sympntlictle In- females $18.00. Write T. I). O'Hearn. Notice. terest, and being at tlio psychological stage where It was welcome, he exaccounts Every body holding FOR SALE:-- . Rose Comb, White plained : Phone against the Garrard County Hoard "I had n good position when I en- Wyandotte cockerels, $1.50. of Education arc requested to send listed, and was promised my Job when 3G1G. Lancaster Exchange. W. II Hamilton. itemixed statement of same to the I got back. You probably know tbnt Mrs. County Superintendent at the close building slumHtl. Scores of contracmy FOR SALE: 11 tons baled hay, of each month. tors nnd architects went broke, nrm among them. I read Hint mixed $12 per ton, small quanities Respectfully, men wen applying for domes- $11 per ton for all. James R. Abner, SupL tic Ktlons. Ttilnk I shall try It." Mrs. Emma Daniels, "Oh. no; you must not," she objectlt.-pLancaster, Ky. Notice. ed. "It Isn't fair that you stmuliL Don't think I'm a fool, or u vamp. Hemstitching and plcoting attach All trustees of GarYou look all right to me, nnd I've ment works on any sewing machine, rard County nre requested to call at had exjierlence In sizing up .'ple. easily adjusted. Trice $2.50 with the olllce of County Superintendent I lime business ability. You have law, full Instructions. Oriental Novelty and receive n copy of school technique." slui Jtidgeit, shrewdly. Co., Box 11, Corpus Christl, Texas. which gives the duties of mibdistrict He colored and nodded iimiiU. lt.-ptrustees. "lluvo you uny designer Respectfully, "A trunk full In my room." FOR SALE: Puro White WyonJames R. Abner, Supt. "Fine. Have you anything you can turn Into cash? I have this" she dotte roosters, Kentucky Experiment Guaranteed to be touched ii solitaire on her linger "und Station Strain. Notice. It Is genuine." absolutely pure stock. Pursuant to nn order of the GarHe stared, wondorlngly. Hogan Uallard. Phone 28, Mrs. J. rard County Court all claims against "If you can raise KO, I will. Let's Ilrynntsville, Ky. un otllce. I'll handle publicity, take the estate of W. E. Whittakcr, will you furnish plans. And we'II4ndver-tine.- " FOR SALE: Some fancy Thoro- - be presented to me nt the CItlxens bred, Owen Farm, Thompklns Strain National Rank of Lancaster, Ky., on She took ber card, penciled an adS. C. Rhode Island Red Roosters, al-- i or before Feb. 0th., 1922. properly dress and handed It to lilru. He did rnccs. proven by law. to eggs irom same strain. the same. I. G. Davidson, Assignee of On his canl was Inscribed "C I. reasonable. Call and see, phone or W. B. Whittakcr. Mrs. rred Hsu, Reynolds." On hers, "Frances T. GIIL." write Paint Lick., Ky. (1.12.-4L-) "Sounds O. K, doesn't ItT' she (tf.) hungry. "May I st- - the paper. "Oh, certainly," hastily shoving tliem townrtl her. She quickly scrutlnlted the- employ. ment jwige nnd copied some address. her T1m young man was watching and, lis she loukrd up, their glunces met. Both smiled, consciously. "I supoM them! will result as per been doing usual, she said. this for three wevlis." months." "And I for tlm-- pleatf ringrs. France In normal times makes about 20,000,000 pairs of gloves a year. The first lunacy law In England was made In the reign of Edward HI. One nf the oldest known types of dogs Is the greyhound. Wild canaries were not yellow but green or grey In color. "U Msrselllnlse," the French anthem, was composed at Stratburg. The world's dally consumption of coal hns been reckoned at 1,200,000 tons. Rrtween .100 and 400 volcanoes are known to bo active at the present . sl " brown Juice of "butternut" berk is used In some instances for staining cloth. In Spain tho people write on an average fewer than ten letters each a year. Flood tide in Turnngaln inlet, Alaska, comes in wnves three to five feet high. Surnames cannot be tracrd further bnck than the latter part of the Tenth N. Y., ranked as the seventh largest city In the United States in 1790. One of the latest vocations for women Is that of the professional house hunter. Canadian charity has saved the natives of Jjibrstlor from death by famine this winter. The average wage earner In the United States consumes 1 775 pounds of food a year. Schools of instruction-fothe newly appointed women magistrates are conducted In London. A man condemned to die at Caen, France, demanded a last meal of American lobster. r time. The d. sub-distri- ct -- d. Maryland Trsts. The majority of the fruit trees flower early In the sprlug, usually before the Iwim aprar, and ttielr dainty bhmMim-- i form a cbnrmlng picture In ftddltlnti to yielding n delightful fragrance The npple blo'tom are usually wblte with a red tinge or blush; the Mncli pink; the penr. plum snd cherry white; ami the quince, which Hotter, inter, a delicate sUtlt pink. queried. Tliey raised 1M anil rented a furnished ofllcv. "Let's begin with small homes said Frances, "and muko them dis- E.J. CURLEY Former Owner Of Famous Distillery DIES IN MONTE CARLO Laavas Million! to Grand Nsphsws When Hon. E. J. Curley, former owner of the famous distillery nt Camp NeUon, Ky., died In Monte Carlo after an Illness of several years duration he left a fortuno at $10,000,000, which he had amassed In Kentucky whisky. This fabulous sum he left to his two jrrand nephews, residents of Haverhill, Mass. The heirs to this fortune are Patrick nnd James Canning, expert shoemakers of that city. When notified of their pood luck they were not the least agiatcd or excited. "But we're too old to change our ways," James said. "We've been making shoes for twenty-fiv- e years) True. A panhandler can cot money out of and we'll keep on. I think I'll havei my nouse painteu, ana, or course, my the avenue man when his own wlfs three girls can have anything they can't. iwanL" "Vcs," Patrick agreed. MICKIE SAYS "We'll celebrate our good fortune by stay, ing right on at the shoe factory." VUrtW SEB. WHO PEWA&SOM, Colcnel Curley died recently at, I tMU. MOV4 RBCVTG uano. ne, ior many years Aionie SUtkV.?fcMJ.elS FAMOUS was president of E. J. Curley & Co., - NER PuKH EttTVCUCN-Ewhich owned one of Kentucky's koBSCfUPTOUCi HEMIC E- distilling plants at Camp greatest PRED, PLEfcSE REVIEW He lived most of his life Selson. Volinn. until Alintit n ftmri. VMWOUT WWTUG PAPER STOVES eOMV!G ' of years ago he sold his Interest to' (he Kentucky Distilleries & Ware' house Company, and moved to New1 York. was M. H. Curley, A brother, prominent in Boston politics. The famous In this Curley distillery' days for country In the brands "Boonu's Knoll' 'and lilucgraM." The Canning brothers aren't white rlbboners or anything like that They would simply "rather make shoes than lead a millionaire's life," as Patrick aid. csti-matt- with her aunt, Mrs. Eliza Wooten, Mrs. Rhodus and daughter, Addle, visited Mrs. Henry Creech Friday Mr. Henry Anderson is moving this week. We welcome him Into our community. Mr. Chandler's children have been absent from school on account of severe colds. Several young folks from around here have been atending the meetings at Leavell Green. Mrs. Anna Anderson and family, visited her daughter, Mrs. Dowlin, of Derea, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. enry Creech spent Sunday with their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Willie Rhodus. Mrs. Eliza Wooten and little daughter, Geneva, have been recent visitors In Flat Woods. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Miller, who live near Prvachcrsville, visited her mother, Mrs. Anderson recently. tinctive." They chose a bungalow style that was practical, beautiful and original. They built a small model out of paper materials nnd enclosed It In a glass case which was placed In tho entrance to the building. An artistic sign read: "If you like this, couio In. There are others. All different." It arrested the attention of a gentleman who was passing. He stopped, looked, and entered the otllce of Reynolds A Gill, where sat the feminine member, alone. "I would like to see a member of the Arm," he wild, courteously. "I am GUI," replied Frances. Without further ado,, be said. "I am Interested In the satupto Iioumj I want f0 you have advertised. houses built to accommodate my mill workers. I like the sample, but I shouldn't waut the entire lot built on the same plan. I've seen a colony of such homes too often. There Is a dull snmeuess to thcin that la Irri"I know," sutd Frances, understand Ingly. "Mr. Reynolds Is the architect. He has many designs on tile that I would be glad to show you. If you can take the time." lie could. 11a looked, approved, und obtained estimates. "I should like to meet Mr. Reynolds, uud wilt coll tomorrow at eleven." "We will liuvo oilier pluu to show you, Mr "Welherly IL X. Wetherly. Here's' my curd." J Frances' stilled her heartbeats und politely escorted Mr. Welherly to the, I door. "He's 'Oh, C. I)." she cried later. that big manufacturer out lis C .i He wants W bungalows built tight1 uwuy. We re going utter tuai jou uuu get IL" Next duy Mr. Wetherly culled, ex uiulued more plaus, mudo selections, f and gave a block order for the fifty! I bungalows. After he hnd gone, Reynolds sut motlouless at his desk. He wus luck-- j shocked. "Hour did It hapei.l" he "It's all your doing.! usked daxeilly. ou ve been the mascot of Fruuces. this llnu from lis start." He crowed to ber desk, where she sut smiling with Hushed cheeks und slurry eyes, uud took her bunds lu u crushing No, they didn't marry. Nor did they want to. With the 11.000 check, Mr. Wetherly left as u retainer, Reynolds bought u much heeded suit of clottiea, uud married the girl who wus wulltng for hhu. Fruuces retleeuied ber ring, about which there Is a stury butwhlcli doesn't To The Tobacco HAVE Growers WHO NOT POOLED THEIR TOBACCO It has been reported 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 sold, and we are positively going to tating." Sell Your Tobacco Next Season So grow us a big crop the coming season And sell it with us. We have stood by you and have given you the best market in the State, and wi II give you nnoth-fo- r er one next season just like this. Now grow us a big crop next year aa tobacco will continue high. We are selling tobacco for the following counties: 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. for... $637.85, Geo. Hume & Kerns, 2,070 lbs. $776.14 John S. Long, 870 lbs. for $358.50 William Shepherd, 935 lbs. for $466.65 Shepherd and Kanatzar, 855 lbs. for $402.45 Marr and Lawson (Fayette), 5,640 lbs. for $2,026.90 Hugh Keith, 320 lbs. for $114.05 Davo Lackey, 2,865 lbs. for ..$1,232.10 Coy and Adams, 1,830 lbs. for $755.15 Taylor nnd 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, 2,085 lbs. for $966.75 Arthur Long, 1,670 lbs. for $656.25 Will Lane, 2,375 lbs. for $1,024.37 Our average is $8.00 per hundred ahead of any other market in the State. Thanking you for your patronage, and Assuring you our gratp. WHITE LICK The farmers of this community are 9 busy stripping tobacco. Mrs. Will Marshbanki are Mr. and the proud parents of a fine boy. Mies Clyda Wooten spent the week HOME TOBACCO WAREHOUSE CO Incorporated iny m tinues to thrive, demonstrating llml a successful business partnership tun exist without It becoming u "eulsu-gllalliance." beluuK here. The firm of Reyuolds & Olll con- RICHMOND, KENTUCKY.