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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): February 2, 1922 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1922 cen1922020201_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): February 2, 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 JECONDJYKAR LANCASTER, KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON. FEBRUARY 2, 1922. NUMBKR 49. MICKIE SAYS POOLED AJMT NOO GVMUM coph mo T or tvms csaeta fmalw to dispose of some Important measEverything Running Smoothly And their subscription since liut issue, The following from Congressman ures this week; among them being Success oour tvwuu. voj the ilullnni they hnve been handing In Gilbert, explaining his position on the most vital one that may be deGrowers Pleated. VAJX. tWAt UMO Of- - NGUV I J look like cart wheel, so scare a have free villngo delivery, together with CENTER FIVE ADDS MUCH TO cided are: they been with us during tho past some interesting statistics will bo g bill. The Lee The opening of tho pooled tobacco THE OCCASION .. u - i. . v. few month. Wc nrc very proud In- - read with Interest. Has done and i Tho $50,000,000 road bond issue t i... iivru iab .'iuiiiin uivuk11 deed to publish the following "hon- - still doing all he can for Lancaster. warcnuunri bill. many jrrowcrs to Lancaster, nil InOne of tho most enjoyable ban again for The letter follows: Minimum wage bill. Plan of or roll" and to thank them terested 'n the given In Lnncastcr In many quct Wc hope to have "Editor Central Record, Soldier bonus bill. morkctlrg their tobacco, and nil their promptness. days was tho one given by the mem Lancaster, Ky. another oven a larger list before stamp bill. anxious to sec Just how tho work bers of tho Chombcr of Commerce passes, for wc nro really in Jan. 30, 1022, Hill to abolish party emblems In wouM start off under the new sys week County at . U I 1. . . ......1.1-- 1. My Dear Sir: of Lancaster and Gnrrard . " Louisville elections. tem. Thero was not a hitch In the "I note the Item In your Iwuo of tho Court House in Lnncastcr last is pasi uue. look ni your luoei ami Bill to create bipartisan board of plans that had been previously arnight. January 26th., concerning my re Friday public safety In Louisville. ranged ami the work of grading was seo if this means you. The largo lobby of the Court marks on the Post Office Approprl This Week's Honor Roll Bill defining qualifications of State started as soon as tho first crop wns Rev. Price T. Smith, Arthur Mat atlon bill and especially concerning House was artistically decorated and Hoard of Charities and Corrections. unloaded and placed on the baskets. the three course menu was carried lock, J as. P. Italston, Mrs. II. O. village delivery. Bill to prevent teaching of DarI Handling Sy'Um Eiplalned 0 Last yenr $1,200,000 was consum out to n Queen's taste. During the winism. Horton, It. K. Conn, Mrs. A. C. evening the Centre Five Or ror me ocnciu 01 moiu inai were Ilrcnt, Thco Currey, Olllc Kites, Paul ed for the maintenance of village dc entire Bill to prohibit granting of paroles not on tho floors last Monday, an Iloy.I, J. S. Reynolds, Ollle Unc, W. livery service. The appropriation chestra from Centre College of Dan to persons convicted of wilful murhow the tobacco M. Humphrey, Arthur Miller, H. II contained for this service in the viile, filled all who were fortunnto cxplnnat'on of just der, arson, rnpe, Incest, burglary and . i i. .1.nanuicti niier il reacnes .t . ine is Curtis, Tho. Chappel, John Huffman, original post office appropriation bill enough to be present with the best embezzlement of banks. Ttev j houses, would not be amiss Just here. Irn Cotton, Mrs. Sallie Kclley, J. II. for this year was for $1,300,000 of spirits, and added much to the Hill providing for election of suAs the tobacco Is received at the McQuerry. Prank Hardrlck, Sam $100,000 over and above than what program. ' perintendents of county schools by After the dinner President L. G warehouses from the member grow- Johnson, John M. linker, J. II, Jen- was expended last year. The re people. graded, each separate nings, J. S. Askins, Elizabeth On- - marks which I mndo were during a Davidson of the Chamber of Com' ers, it is first comLouisville city government grade being placed In n separate bas. stott, I.owry Speaks, S. I. Oibbs, J. dlscuMlon of an amendment Increas mcrcc in a few well chosen words mittee's bill. ket, i under the old system, and the II. Smith, Mrs. A. G. Caldwell, Mrs. ing this appropriation $200,000 or in welcomed the business men of Gar Most of these measures will be basket of each grower kept together. Sallie Sanders, Henry Sanders, Dr. other words making the nppropri rard County and tho visitors to tho keenly contested when put upon their FORMER City of Lancaster. At the conclusion The official grader of the nssecin-tlo- n W. S. Lipscomb, Loyd llournc, Mrs. atlon amount to $1,500,000. Vigorous fights already passage. of his words of welcome he asked marks tho grade on the basket Wm. lUney, T. C. Hankln ,W. C. GARRARD BOY Tho reason I madc these few have been waged in committee hearMr. G. II. Swinebroac! to serve as ticket, and the baskets are then Hughes, Mlncn Pendrrgrass, II. M. marks was this: Speaking as ings against the bill, mini, trucked to the scales. It. J. Kay, I P. Lay, W. D. partisan, If tho democratic party I: toastmastcr, which he did in his usual mum wage bill and the bill to proWinning Honors manner. The first one to be called As each grower's lot of baskets is Hammack, D. I. Prewitt, Florence to gain the confidence of the people hibit trading stamps. weighed, weigher marks the weight niard, M II. Stenbergcn, Dank at this critical hour It must consist upon was Secretary Abbott, who University splendid talk telling of the coupon. jjnif y ( (iooch, I). A. Hcrvey, cntly stand for retrenchment and madc on trie basket tickets ami I he weighers coupons arc detached N White, H. G. Crutchfield, economy. With taxation burdening great work that the C. of C. had ac much gratifica- by him from the basket ticket, each John It Is a source of Mr. George Aldridge died Friday Virgil Luyton, W. C. Lee, W. II. the people to the earth ,it behooves complished and what they expected tion to friends of the family of Mr. grower's coupon being kept together night, Jan. 28th., at his homo on Sowder, Odus Xaylor, Mrs. Ilclle u to eliminate some of the expenses to do to make Lancaster the leading and .Mr. W. I. William., to learn and these coupons nut passed to tho Lexington road, near Marksbury. Perkins, Mrs. Mark W. Smith, Miss if wo arc going to relieve the taxi city of the Uluc Grass. that their (ton, Hradford J. Williams, warehouseman or bookkeeper. Had he lived until March 7th., ho The next was Mr. W. F. Champ, India Johnson, C. M. Hulcttc, Henry auon. ii was shown that If every Is winning distinguished honors at years Tho bookkeeper will than issue a Ruble, S. - Haird, Owsley Cox, Mai town entitled to this service was to who made a splendid talk on chang would have been evcnty-clgh- t Amherst College. Hradford U only participation certificate showing tho ing the Fiscal year from Jan. 1st. to old, and was tho last of a family Carter, Mrs. Sam Ball, Mrs. Nannie apply for it, and they will, $30,000, 19 year old and left with his parent would be of nine. He was born at the homo amount of tobacco delivered by the C. S. Collier, John C. Pepples, 000 will be nccc.vnry eoch year. If March 1st, stating that it Tulsa, Okb, while quite a young grower. A duplicate of this partici- Lane, for of much convenience to the farmer now occupied by his son, Ham AlW. Elmore, Kbb Scott and Mack we democrats vote along with the boy and hi friends wilt be pleased pation certificate la delivered to tho J. majority to continue these enormous to have this change, In as much as dridge, near Lancaster and has alto read the following from the Tulra member grower, but the amount of Turner. appropriations and to extend them the tobacco and corn nrc two of the ways madc his home In Garrard Dally World; tho raise best products the draft issued is omitted on the Church News what will wc have to go before the and that there thnt hardlyfarmersmarket county.was married twice, first to "Hradford J. Williams, young Tul-- , ,iupllctc. A triplicate copy of this He any is people with to say that the rcpubli The week of prayer observed by san. aianus nign in ucDsung ai m- - Ct,rtflcMc u kept al th for them until after the first of the Miss America Hughes, who died forty-re coving the Woman's Missionary Union last cans have mismanaged the affairs of year. nem college, Amnersi, Aim., nnv-- 1 warehouie. years ago. To the first union He said thtt if this change four the nation and done so in a reckless. I wcck.Mclaycd three weeks on uc ing been a member of tho debating. could be brought about it would not were born five children, Rose and When the participating certificate extravagant manner, team which recently defeated Vale ; and madc outf n dra(t ,lr,wn on tho count 01 inner worx, was ircignieu I did not vote against tho original only be of great advantage to the Flora, deceased, Ham, James with information and inspiration. university by n unanimous vote of Hurley Tobacco Growers' appropriation. As the secretary of farmer, but also to the merchant as Grace of this county. Forty-on- e the Judges, according to word receiv tive Association Is Isiued to the mom All who attended were greatly bene- your years ago he married Chamber of Commerce will tell this is strictly n farming section and A program was rendered ed here. The Yale debating team ber grower In an amount agreed up fitted. it is impossible for anything to be Mrs. Eliza Dunn Bcttls and to this you, I have endeavored to assist In sc was the one scheduled to represent on to be advanced upon each grade, each afternoon, the W. M. S. having curing this service for Lancaster and done until tho farmer first gets his union were born three children, Mrs. Tucs the school in the famous Harvard-Yal- e The table showing the amounts to charge on Sunday, Monday, that he W .C. Hughes and Harvey and Charam continuing to do so inasmuch as money for- the products debate this spring. grows. .Mr. Champ also mentioned ley Aldridge also living in this coun be advanced on each grade Is shown day and Saturday, the Y. W. C. A' tho law specifics what towns on Thursday, and the G. A's on Fri Williams, who is the son of W. I. in this Issue of the Hccord. the fact that it would be easier on ty- qualified and Lancaster Is one. Williams, was a member of the state Besides his widow and six children The growers seem perfectly de day. I know you will understand that I the tenant who would be compelled and triangular debating teams at lighted with the work of the graders, to move the first of the year and he has six grandchildren to mourn am not writing this as an apology, as Coming Slow Tulsa high school, from which he which is being done by Messrs. Dun- his loss. I will consistently vote to relieve the either move all of his products or graduated in 1910. After a year at lap and Ulanks, the former being He was a member of the Christian with other counties going over burden to some extent and reduce he would have to make other arPhillips Exeter academy, he entered from Woodford county, whilo Mr. the top, Garrard county should not rangements about going back to his church, having united with that faith expenditures wherever possible, but Amherst in 1920. He Ls prominent Illanlu hails from that good town, fall down with her quota in the that in order that you and tho citi old place in making arrangements when a young man. declining in college activities and Is a mem- Cynthlana. The growers are like- Woodrow Wilson He had been In health Foundation Fund, zens of Lancaster can be assured that about marketing same. ber Of the Chi Phi fraternity." The next to be called upon was since last August and had been con wise pleased with tho amounts ad- which has been placed at 1300. Mr. I am at all times ready and glad to Mr. Messrolc of the American Red fined to his bed about a month. vanced to them and in u majority of Mount, tho chairman, tells us that Mr. Leaves. cases it is much more than was re- less than $100 has been subscribed secure any benefit for Lancaster that Cross, who made an interesting talk Short services were held at the It Is entitled to or that I can consist cemetery on the great work that they arc do- grave in the Lancaster ceived by them for their entire crop up to date, but that he will extend cntly secure, and for fear that It Wo dare say If our many thouslast year. the time until the quota is raised. might bo taken that Lancaster is af ing now In time of peace and that Sunday afternoon conducted by Rev. and of subscribers would take a vote they arc holding their own the same E. B. Bourland. About clghty-flv- e crops will bo re- Send in your contribution at once fected In any way by this bill. on the articles appearing in this paas they did In time of war. ceived this week and possibly more and thereby help Garrard county to Sincerely, per they would vote almost unani- will bo The toastmastcr next introduced taken care of each week in do her duty. Ralph Gilbert. mously that they hated to see the the Rev. Willie P. Rogers, of Paint Lick, i future. The prizing has not beMrs. Lena M. Leland, formerly of above head linn that Mr. and Mrs. gun and until who made a most excellent address Tecoma, Washington, but for the orders aro received H. H. Wilkerson have moved to DanConvalescing on "UooJ fellowship." from headquarters to start this work, Jlr. Rogers past three years making her home In ville, where Mr. Wilkerson has Tho Paint Lick Poultry Club will it may cut down some of the crops The Woods family who have been is ono of the most popular young this city, with her nelce, Mrs. Geo. a position In one of little that could be handled ,wcre the priz-e- r hold Its monthly meeting Wednesday, sick with fever for several weeks at men in the county and his masterly M. Patterson, died at the latter Hritaln'a most modern and working, thus clearing the floor February 8th., at two o'clock In tho the court house are Improving and address on this occasion won for him home last Saturday at 0:15 in the meat markets. Mr. Wilker- each day. School Chapel. will be nblo to return to their home many more admirers. lie was evening after a short Illness of pneuson was formerly connected with Mr. J. Holmes Martin, head of the in a few days. So many of their heartily applauded at the conclusion monia and other complications. In Currey and Gulley and that they will Poultry DopartmenJ. at College of friends and neighbors have brought of his address. Class tho death of Mrs. Leland the family miss him goes without saying. Agriculture, will bo the speaker of them nice things to eat and for all Mr. Russell P. Brown, Cashier of fully and keenly feel the loss of a de Tho Homo Nursing Class of High tho afternoon. All who are Interest- of which they are deeply grateful,, to tho Hank of Urynntsvillc, was then voted aunt, although she had been a , Fln feeding hay for sain chaap. School girls has been filled and they ed In "Poultry' Hailing" are Invited say nothing of thoio who have aided called upon and made u splendid talk mother to Mrs. Patterson, slnco the Iludton & Farnau. are called to meet at the office of to attend. Tell all your neighbors. in the nursing. Many nans, buckets and asked how he cauld get In such lattcrs early childhood. Mrs. Le- Mia Wetovcr, nx,t Tuesday after- Bring in any questions you should and Jars have been left in tho court n wonderful organization that we land' devotion to her llttlo great Bascom Sick noon at 2:45 to organho and to have like to ask on the subject. house and no one knows the owners. have in Garrard county, where the nelec, Gracio Kirk, was very beauti eoch work assigned. Tho professionHascom C. Ford was taken suddenWill those who hove such there please farmer and business man wcro in ful Indeed, as they were often seen al and business girls class will meet Hogship such close with each on the street together. She was Inly ill while out on his trip for tho Sees Shadow call for them when convenient. at tho samo place Tuesday evening other. Great Southern Oil Company Tuesdeed n tmu friend, and her devotion ground hog has seen his Tho 7 Hon. W. II. Shanks, of Stanford, to thoso she loved day afternoon and is stilt quite sick at its for organization. would make a shadow, and according to popular be- Legion and one af the directors of tho Hur bright chapter in ony life. Nothing at his homo on Itlchmond street. ley Tobacco Growers' Number lief we are in for six weeks of winFriends of this splendid young man 7th., 1922 but the thought of the loving hand ter. Today ho emerged from his Association was next called upon and that removed her can reconcile them will regret to learn this and will wish On tho back of this Issue will be subtcrrnnlan palace caught a glimpse The next and one of tho most ira In all w. for him a speedy return to health, i fmtn.l ' wv. niiNtli.M iimv ...Ill t... of his shadow, goes, back Into his portant meetings for all the members of his usual flowery speech made the to her absence. wii.uw mil uu the pcoplo present think for He only recently assumed tho agency called for delivery next week. Grow-fo- r hole and stays Her retiring nature led her to hide for six weeks, thus In- of the local post American Legion time being that they were living in her best qualities from public gaze, the Great Southern Oil Company vr who havo received numbers dicating that wo are In for that will be held at the I. 0. O .F. Hall, Heaven. Mr. Shanks if ho lives up and is held In tho 'highest esteem by should sec If theirs is in this call and many more weeks of bad weather. but they were revealed to those who over Currey and Gullcy's store on to his speech ?U! hs to move to enjoyed her friendship and acquain this corporation. If so, should phono 505 for a date Thero is some difference of opinion TUESDAY NIGHT, FEB. 7th., 1922, Garrard, however, we hardly know tance. Later He was taken to tho War for delivery- These numbers will as to when the groundhog makes his at 7:30 P. M., sharp. This is a most what Uro. Edd Walton would do If Hospital at Lexington Tuesday eve be given out each week In the Record, appcarancu to take Mrs. Leland was n member of the a survey of his Important meeting and all the mem it were not for this splendid man to Baptist church and was devoted to ning, by tho American Legion Post but none will be received until given shadow some claiming it Is at bers who havo renewed their mem advise that and manage his business Its teachings. She was 58 year old of this city. a date for delivery. Watch for your sunrise and other that It is at the bershlp are urgently requested to be affairs. at the time of her death, her husband number. briikl hour of high noon. present. Mrs. G. A. Abbott, wife of Sec preceding City Notice her to thu grave about retary Abbott was called on and ren- iweniy years ago. sne leaves no dered a beautiful solo, which was children. The advance per hundred pounds on the various grades arc: Funeral services were GRADES Mr. William Cameron died at his applauded so long that she very kind conducted Monday afternoon by Rev. All persons who have not paid Classification 3 4 5 7 6 W. E. Rlx, Interment following in the home near Paint Lick last Thursday ly consented to give another. their taxes duo the city of Lancaster, The Woman's Club furnished tho Lancaster cemetery. S10.OOifl2.OOtS10.SOlS 7.00$ 0.00 2.50$ 1.00 morning, January 20th., after a lin Ky., are hereby notified that If their Trash 18.00' 14.50 10.00) 7.00 4.60 3.50) 2.50 gering illness of tuberculosis. He Is most variable menu of unsurpassed For poor, rocky soil, for stopptag taxM are not paid on or before Feb 22.00 16.00 15.00 12.00 8.00 4.00 2.50 survived by his wife and four small quality, with elaborato floral decora ruary 4th., 1922, their property will tions and silver candles flickered.; ttUeys and washts, Lobs; Whit 20.001 18.00 14.0C, 11.00) 0.00 4.00( 2.50 children. Is best aad is tka be advertised and sold for taxes. 14.00 11.00 7.001 9.00 5.00, 3.00 2.00 He was buried; in the Kinnard Fifteen beautiful ladies garbed in Sweet CUver Seed Tkeae taxes became delinquent on (Heavy) 7.00" 0.00 5.00 2.50 ground Saturday. Deceased was a white and wearing spray of green cheapest seed to buy. It bas an Dec. let., 1921. If you wish to avoid tfaerdiaary long root sad is a great (Light) 8.001 6.001 I of B. Uolllitgworth of served the guests most delightfully. expense of advertisement fertiHsar. For sal by d sale G.Green (Positive) 5.80 3.00 5.08 3.00 1.50 Paint Lick and he was tho second 8HOATS WANTED: I want to HwcWoai A Faraau. see the undenlfncd d settle. Wrapper 26.O0 21.00 to die within the past ThU Jan. 19th., 1922. st Wrapper buy about fifty shoaU, weighing from 20.00 17.08 I' I nine month. The sorrowing family READ WHAT "MICKIE" SAYS IN g J. A. Bratton, Green Cast 0.00 have the deepest sympathy of friends 50 to 60 pounds. J. E. Keblaton, THE UPFER LEFT HAND CORNER (M8-3t.- ) City Tut Collector. Green Cast 7.00 and acquaintance. (tf.) Lancaster, Xy. OF THE FRONT PAGE. mew. uouosr, t rm'unr'? STILL THEY COME CONGRESSMAN BANQUET IMPORTANT BILLS WAREHOUSES Many New And RenewGILBERT By Members Of The To Come Up This Week Openod Lust Monday als Since Last Issue Explains Position On Chamber Of ComAt Frankfort Village Delivery Wp arc much gratified to many of To Receive Tobacco The General Assembly Is expected merce A Great our subscribers who have renewed nnti-racin- Anti-tradin- g . 1 ... anti-racin- g At U-ar- Eastern . Aldridge I- Baptist - In Wilkerson Leland Poultry Meeting Nursing Filled Ford Watch Your tn -- Meeting February To Tax Payers Cameron 12 FS-TI- pa son-in-la- CW-CIare- tti son-in-la- w TW-TwlCG-LuDG-Le- af The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Fab 2, 1922 AT SWEEPING REOUCTIONS SUCH AS OFFERED IN OUR JANUARY CLEARANCE SALE. .$40.00 Suits ' $35.00Suita $30.00 Suit $27.50 Suits $25.00 Suits $20.00SuIts $18.00 Suits $15.00 Suits MEN'S SUITS AND OVERCOATS nnd Ovcrconts, now and Overcoat, now PEOPLE WILL TALK SUITS and OVERCOATS WHEN WE OFFER PINE QUALITY nnd Overcoats, now nnd Ovcrconts, now nnd Overcoats, now nnd Ovcrconts, now and Overcoats, now and Overcoats, now , Note These Prices $13.75 $11.75 $8.75 $27.75 $24.75 $21.75 $19.75 $18.75 $15.75 $13.75 $11.75 Hart Schaffner & Marx and Sherman & Sons fine Suits and Overcoats in all wool fabrics and latest models. $20.00 Suits nnd Ovcrconts, now $18.00 Suits nnd Ovcrconts, now $15.00 Suits nnd Ovcrconts, now $12.50 Suits nnd Ovcrconts $10.00 Suits nnd Ovcrconts, now $8.50 Suits nnd Ovcrconts ,now $7.50 Suits nnd Ovcrconts, now $G.50 Suits and Overcoats, now BOYS OVERCOATS AND KNEE SUITS $14.75 $7.75 $6.75 .75 $4.75 House of Quality. American Legion News Grc-gorself-style- JAS. W- - SMITH til an "overerown cabin" for n club house, where, before two roaring wood flres, they can gather on wintry nights to fight the war over again in comfort. d Lancaster, Kentucky r IY0U - Salamanca, X. Y., was spared from death when one of the thugs spied a Vigorous objection to the admis Marine service button In his lapel nnd iccognized the detective ns n former sion into the United States of d SamionofT, atnmnn buddy in France. (head-man- ) of the Russian Cossacks, Among the Now Year greetings re has been made by the American Legeelved by Hanford MacNidcr, com' ion appearing before Secretary of Legion, was Labor Davis. The Legion claims he mandcr of the American beautifully engraved card which is an undesirable alien. He has been, a "Happy New Year. May granted permission to stay In the read: you If you get in jail through sen country for six months. tencc nlTirmcd by the United States Supreme Court, receive from Har How much was trophies are actu-nll- y ding, as did Debs, a pardon and a worth depends on whoso neck In the White House." was risked to get them. John G. reception James' room in an Omaha, Neb., The proper care of disabled and boarding house was rifled of all his unemployed should come A. E. F. souvenirs from a medal-lade- n belt captured from a German before the erection of expensive war major, iron crosses picked up from memorials, according to the American Legion's legislative committee, which the battle-fieldthe gas mask he had plan of the used in many battles, Red Cross bags has condemned the containing shrapnel extracted from George Washington Memorial Assoct gain state support in erect his wounds, a silver cigarette cass ation to ing a Victory building In Washing taken from a German prisoner, to his American Legion button. He ton. D. C. President Harding is re ported ns having endorsed the pro told the court they were worth f But the law only compelled ject and written to governors of re' the landlord to pay $50, because the commending aid. trophies were in a suitcase at the The act of a Toledo judge in re time they were stolen. fusing citizenship to two foreign-bor- n residents who avoided war ser Thousands of disabled soldiers who should be in hospitals are forced to vice because of "conscientious ob work and support their families be- jections" has been commended by cause their compensation claims have the Tony Wroblewskl post, American not been allowed according to the Legion, composed entirely of foreign born Americans and'sons of goroign-bor- n r, American Legion. Hanford residents. commander, has called upon the Veterans' Bureau to effect prompt adjustment. Formation of a new political organization, to bo known as the Soldi, Every town of COO or more per- ers' Party, is advocated by Wm. B. sons in Minnesota has an American Grimes, New York ,in n letter to an Legion post, Gopher state records American Legion newspaper of Toleshow. Five hundred and thirteen do, Ohio. Grimes was a lieutenant posts and 275 Auxiliary' units have In the A. E. F. been organized since July 1919. With forest logs hewn and hauled Beaten up by a gang of railway by their own hands, American Leg-Io- n thieves, Detective J. C. Bodllniki of men at Stiglcr, Okla., have erect- io s, 10,-POMac-Nlde- 2$v3Xv32: ;:!2X;::-3S X - -:- Sv2Ev - : KNOW 1 1 1 1 1 jjj jjf 0"i That this store contains n complete line of HIGH GRADE GENERAL MERCHANDISE, especially suited to the needs of this particular community. ; . Everybody hereabouts knows thnt. But Do . You Know That this merchandise has been marked down and down until the prices nre surprisingly low? FACT. IT'S A 1 f I I Becker Please keep this price reduction in mind, and when you want anything of any kind meet us across our counter. The right goods nt the right prices will always appeal to you very strongly. Now in order to sell nt rhuch lower prices we must have the cash or produce, otherwise1 wo could not make 3uch prices. & Ballard I BRYANTSVILLE, KENTUCKY. I JEWELRY CALL FOR COUPONS With every dollars worth of merchandise, wo give a coupon good for 25 cents worth of jewelry. Twenty-fiv- e cents in cash added to this coupon will purchase CO cents worth of jewelry; 1.00 worth of coupons and $1,00 in cash gets $2.00 worth of jewelry, etc. J Agricultural Special police patrols to stem the C0UGHS.C0LDS.CMXJP .Mr. W. K. Dav(s spent several days logist at the Kentucky existing crime wnvo have been organ' Stormes Drug More in Lexington last week on business. Experiment Station. A number of ized by post of the American Leg' Christian county farmers, who reMrs. Walter Fain has been quite WHITE LICK cently had almost a bushel of dark ion in Nebraska and Georgia, many ill, but t: some better at this writing. (Delayed) unemployed exiervicc men obtaining tobacco seed treated at the station Rev. A. P. Jones, of Wllmore, are among the mot recent ones to c liveihood by guarding large rest Mr. Jim Hester lost his driving spent the week-en- d with Mr. and employ the method before planting-thei- r dcntlal districts. horse last week. Mrs. G, A. Bowling. seed. Mrs. K. P. Chandler visited Mrs. Mis Kllza M. Ison was the guest The treatment which gives prmlsp Prisoners in the Los Angeles coun Monday afternoon. of her siter, Mrs. Will Dlckerson, of to rendering the seed dlwaiu free inty jail havo been borrowing Amcri Chas. Woolen MIm Addle Rhodus visited her Lancaster Saturday. volves the use of bichloride of mervm can Legion buttons to obtain pathy in the courts on the ground of brother, Willie, at this place last Mrs. John W. Bryant, Mr. C. M. cury which Is being recommended "war record." Investigation has week. Dean and Mrs. W. K. Davis were in in preference to formaldehyde as the The farmers of this vicinity arc Danville shopping Saturday. shown that one button and one war latter resulted In some injury last record has served for a whole hand getting very anxious to deliver their Miss Martha V. Curtis is the at- year when the seed was not thorough tobacco. ful of prisoners. tractive guest of Misses Sallic Lou ly washed, according to Mr. Valleau. A good many people from here at Tester and Ethel Ray, of Buckeye. The seed Is soaked for J 5 minutes in a solution made up of one By floating a 125,000 bond issue, tended county court at Lancaster Mr. Ellen Curtis and Mr. Jesse of bichloride and 1,000 parts of part waEl Paso, Texas, has become the first Monday. Curtis, of Richmond has been the city in America to attempt to finance daughter of Mr. guests of Mr. Floyd Curtis and fam ter after which it is washed thoroughGeneva, the little ly In several changea of clean water. n permanent American Legion Home and Mrs. Chas. Wootcn, is sick nt ily. Metal containers cannot be used by municipal bonds. this writing. Mr. Chvnault Ruble returned home in the soaking process. After the Mr. Lawrence Creech, of this place Saturday after a uc;k stay with his soaking and washing, the seed i SUFFER CO rOK EIGHT YCAXt will leave Wednesday for Camden, grandmother, Mrs. Jennie Ruble, of dried quickly by placing it in 6 dices nhcumatic pains, lame back, sort Ohio, to visit relatives. Danville cloth bag and swinging it around at muscles and stift points most frequently can be traced to overworked, Mrs. Marion Wells and daughters, Mrs. Alice D. Barnes has been arm's length several times to reweal: or disordered kidneys. Daisy Cora and Jennie, visited Mr. and quite ill at the home of her sister, move the surplus water after which 234, Savannah, Beil, R.P.D. 3, Box Mrs. H. D. Creech Tuesday. Mrs. J. H. Edwards, but is some bet it Is spread out in a thin layer. Us--, writes: "I was suflerinK for eight years from pain in the bacV and could Mr. and Mrs. Willie Rhodus were ter at this writing. IN THE DISTRICT OF THE r.ot do any of my work, but since I the week-en- d Mrs. Mary Woolfolk, of Lexing visitors of his parents, have taken Foley Kidney PiUs, I can UNITED STATES FOR county. ton has been at the bedside of hrr do all of my work." Foley Kidney at ScufTlcvillc, Madison EASTERN DISTRICT OF Pilli have given relief to thousands Henry Anderson is about thru mother, Mrs. W, J. Ilogan, who has Mr. wha suffered from kidney or bladder moving, with the exception of some been quite ill but Is improving. KENTUCKY IN BANK-RUPTC- Y trouble. Try them. Why not ordtr a tack of Ballard's corn. We all welcome him back Stormes Drug Store Obll(k Flour today? It It pura, home again. In the matter of T. D. Irvine, In W. A. Baker, of Bloomington, Ind., healthful and dolicloui. GUNNS CHAPEL Bankruptcy. Hudion & Farnau. who has been visiting friends nnd To the Creditors of this Bankrupt: Mr. and Mrs. Ben Swope and Mr. Dock Simpson is ill at his relatives here will leave for Harrison, Notice Is hereby given that on Ohio Wednesday to visit Mr. and daughter, Christine, of tancattrr, homo in Richmond. r Mrs. W. P. Wells on his return home. were gu?sts of Mr. Swope's brother, January 21, 1922, the said bankMaster Virgil Humphrey was ill Mr. William Swopo and family re rupt of Lancaster, Garrard County, part of last week. Kentucky, was duly adjuttcd Bank-rup- t; cently. UUENA VISTA Miss Mary Leo Kurtz was at home ami that the first meeting of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Bradshaw (Delayed) for the week-end- . his creditors will be held at the and children of Danville, were week- Court House A little child of Mr. Amon Hall Is in Lancaster, Ky., on Mr. J. T. Burgess it on the sick end guesta of Mr. and Mrs. V. J. ill with pneumonia. February 7th.. 1922, at 2:00 P. M list. llroadus nnd family and Mr. and Mrs. At which time the said Creditors may Master J W. Teatcr has been auf. Mr. Harold McGregor was In Louis W. Broadus. attend, prove their claims, annoinl fering f;rom a severe cold. , NIcholasville Friday. . The V. C. T. U. met' at the school Trustee, examine the Bankrupt, and Messrs. Clarence Sparks and Earl Miss Anna I'oore has been quite ill auditorium last Friday afternoon. transact such other buiincss as may Davis aro 111 with mumps. the last of this week. A very interesting program was ren- proprly corae before said meeting. Mrs.. Harvey Tester spent Tues Mr. U. A. Dunn Is visiting friends dered. Rev. B. A. Dawes gave a Danville, Ky., Jan. 26, 1022. day with her sister, Mrs. Wm. Isbcll. and relatives In Lancaster. speech In the Interest of the W. C. .NELSON I). RODKS. Mr. Sam Murphy spent Tuesday Messrs. Hubert and Chester Ford T. U. Referee in Bankruptcy. wlth'Mr and Mrs. Moslo Humphrey. were In Lancaster Tuesday. NOTE Creditors cannot partlri- pate in the! management of the esMrs. Nancy .Shearer continues ill Miss Etta Duncan Is Improving Tobacco (growers tate of the distribution of ntets unat tho home of her son Mr. Freeman slowly after n few days illness. Use til they prove their claims on form Davis. Mr. and Mrs. John Vandcrpool and Lexington, Ky., Indications, are required by the Bankruptcy Act, and guest family have been 111 with grip. Mrs. Harvey Tcater was n that many Kentucky tobacco grow file same with the Referee. V of Mrs. E. II. Chandler In Lancaster Mrs. Louis Cogar, of High Bridge Friday. Is visiting' her mother, Mrs. Black. Masters Edward ad Wclby Tenter The little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. guests of Mr. and were week-enJ. L. Dunn is improving after an ill Mrs. Hughey Moberly. ness of pneumonia. IF Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Davis of Jessa Mrs. J. R. Abner went to Lexing mine, wore guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. ton Thursday, whera she was n guest John Land Tuesday night. of her aunt, Mrs. Luella Lear. Tankafo, Molauti, Dairy Fed, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Lane, of Hick. 5ve 25 to 40 on the beat lire made. You can llorta and Mula Fed. man, were recent visitors of their daft tMft). txiMw rttki 4 lira filename irmcoi iiinii. & Farnau. Hudion daughter, Mrs. Charlie Hurnslde. LOWEST PRICES ON RECORD Mrs. Timcy Hopkins and daughters Miss Susie Jennings went to Lanand Mr. Denny Davis of Jessamine, caster, where she Michigan Hall her sister, have been at the bedside of Mr. Mrs. Harold Scott, who has been ill Fabrics Cords Cords Shearer. for a few days. CUARAN7TXD Carafed (1.000 Un r.llAB iimrn Mrs. John Land and son arc in 30 x 3i 8,000 MILES 10,000 MILES LUNGARDIA Is "without a rival" 30 a 314 313.53 Lexington for a visit with relatives $9.87 30x3A 117.22 Coughs 323A 21.38 30 x 3 $8.96 32 x 3( 22.03 and to attend the Rural Life Con- in ordinary ordeep-seate- d 32 a 4 26.13 30 a 31A 87 J2X4 26.CS and Colds, difficult breathing, and 33x4 ference nt State University. 27.23 32x3(4 12.85 33x4 27.75 for the relief of Whooping Cough. 34x4 31 a 4 27.7S 14.7S 34x4 Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Davis, Mr. and 28.27 following its 33 k 414 32.01 32 a 4 16.64 32 x 4ft 31. M Mrs. Hiram Land Mnd children, Mr. The wonderful results 34 x 32.37 33 x 4 17.22 34x4(5 33.02 and Mrs. John Land and sons and use will astonish you and make you 3x5 34.S4 34x4 18.13 3x5 41.49 g Your money friend. Miss Ivu Hollon were guests of Mr. Its ACMAINO'STBMt COAST TO nOAm-- r back, If you have ever used Its equal. and Mm Frank Land Wednesday. Danger lurks where there U a Cough A prophet tells us that China, with or Cold. Conquer it quickly with Safe for all ages. its four hundred millions of people, LUNGARDIA. will be overrunning tho world in COcts. and 1.20 per bottle. Manu- hundred years. We hope he la factured by Lungardla Co., Dallas, still here then in order to enjoy the Texas. For sale by McRoberts Drug t Store. M2-8fulfillment of his prophesy. ers will try seed treatment during the coming season in an effort to conMrs. C. C. Becker was in Danville trol wildfire and angular leaf spot, Friday shopping. the two most serious dltrases of accuring in their fields, accordMr. S. II. Holcomb, of Paris, spent ing to V. D. Valleau, plant pathowith friends. the week-en- BRYANTSVILLE ' To 8 SeedTreatment " L ATTEND OUR I I I MMWUI ll.lf tf Dunbar 1 life-lon- i i WOULD STORES er Coy S. Sandtrt, Prop The Central Record. Lancaster Ky. Thursday, Feb 2, 922. 1 V illLK DO to childbirth? Listen to this: Motherhood crratr almost a new Mate of bring for a woman. At a mull, new nrrvci, tlicne heretofore rrttful ami quictcent, irlm Intoactivtty, they cry out, they Untie, they burn In their unrest. The network of nervet crmi the aUloinen, the loins, the back and other jxrti now become luper-ieml- i tire. All these nerve are bcln called on to txrfonn unusual duties. WOODS VIEW is ill with MANY LIKE THIS IN Imllar UtiCASTEfl Publlthsd Matter illpthcrin. Kph Hughlctt lyrLaKe QhM-btl-h Mr. Dudley (Srccn is on tho sick YOU wish to know how thousands nnd thousands of women have gone thru motherhood without knowing some of the pains nnd discomforts incident Easier! , Hit this week. Mitt KUIc Clark was the guett of MIm Pearl Clark Wednettlny night. Mr. nml Mr. Jnmet llhodus were guest of Mr .and Mrs. Price Khodut Sum'ay. Mm Bliie Clark was the guett of her !ouin. MIm Loralne Davit .Sunday. Hcv. C. C. haae it holding a short Mother' Friend li usd externally as n massage: nd It purpose, thru dally use, I to craduatly, gently and and effectively relax the mutclr nerve involved in the function of to make the (kin oft, pliable and clastic to that It may expand eatily and naturally a the abdominal part enlarge- - thereby relieving the trntion and atraln on thee muscle and nerve of the otherwie severe distension Iwfore delivery. Mm. C J )lttmn, SIS P.lm St- -. Srf.alon, IV, Hfll "lam witlint inifambui to lallanr mothat about llothat'a Pttand It did mo to muth iood that I wouldn't to without it it limit S) 00 a tMttla With mr H'H tworhildianl hadadoctotand a nun and than thay hod to u fn.rru-man- t; uf with mf latt two chit Jt an I ontf had a nufi wm had no tint to a dottar haoauia I waan'l aatf about tan or Mtaan min' ulaa " Leavel Green week. Mr. and Mrs. Jack ltoblnion wero Sunday gurits of Mr. and Mrs. h. C. Ilobinton. illghlnnd It Im Matter William series thl o' meetings at must bo paeifml nnd comfottrd; mutt b put in for the cfi that it condition Theaa nerves mndini. If thee nerve are not ootltet and quieted, they may et U actravated nerve ttmion, increasing in teverlty from month to month, sometime tven culminating In a nervout paraly-i- i of the back and limb. TtiU leave in a condition where the mothtMo-bunable, fully, to meet the test the when the climax of maternity arrive. 1 ft tloir nr Molt,' Miny fWtnct ( ritil. AU h.imJt. and nutt tmronimtxl !t contains no nurtrtUt. dcuti rl It Utu Mom taut Metiwf lttrtlf WARN IN 0: JtoUuitnttUtnttiup, taut anJ Imlllituttl ikij atttnlj ex tht ikin 3 mj (ault katn uitKaulJamttaaJ. ItRADFtKLD RKOULATOR CO. tVpt. 10, AlUaU. Ok Piaaaa ami mr wit hnul on M0THKHMOOU .oj TU IIAIIY. UkWt rt "' St.. H. t . .Bt.u... Mr. and Mrs. Kmerd Clark and daughters, Iluth, F.liie and Daisy and !lea In tho five counties having the Mr. nnd Mrs. Jennings Moiier and s I Kiel. SOUS hIj?hMt Um, valucfc son, Herman, wero the guests of Mr. counties having the lowest John Clark and daughter, Mlit Panic in Stock land value, which averaged $9.45 Clark Thursday. the value of beef cattle, Flares showing that tho five coun-ja- n r ties In Kentucky having tnc mgnesi dairy cattle, theep and hogs was reENGLISH i, land values alto have the highest live- sportively s stock value are being uicd by soils of tho d and HOW USE speclallita at the College of Agri- value for animals of the same class culture in pointing out to farmers es In tho five counties ranking from JOSEPHINE TURCK BAKER, Editor of the State that good soil and good sixteenth to twentieth in land value, A Monthly livestock are usually found together. $2.50 PER YEAR i, Silence Is golden .etpeclally when of agricultural In the teheme soil Improvement should go tho tax assessor Is around. Send 10 Cents for Sample Copy to ahead of, or at leait along with, the When a woman marries for money grading up of livestock, according Correct English Publishing Co. he gets what Is coming to her but EVANSTON, ILLINOIS. to K. K. Stephenson, one .of the specin cash. 12.15-5t.-ptru becauie the qual-It- y not always ialist. This it of livestock is influenced by the Some hick is predicting gasoline quality of pastures and home grown at two cents a gallon. Hut he's aafc Big feeds. In general farming n the fooleries are about all full. Induitry cannot be developed The worries of politicians, like with purchased feedt, the specialists Lexington, Ky., A a result of their amblUons, have no end. Now say. the low prices of farm products, the In tho five counties where the land tho poor devil have to worry over acreage of graucs and clover seed values were found to be higher, or an has to m. ed In Kentucky this spring is expectaverage of $198.45 an acre, the averProminent road engineers arc ad ed to bo increased approximately 100 age value of Hveitock wat $75 a head vocating wider automobile highways. per cent over that of 19110, noils and for beef cattle, $00 a head for dairy That would allow more room for crops specialist at the College of cattle, $13.70 a head for sheer) and sidestepping. Agriculture say. This is in lino with $13.10 for hogs, according to the the increato reported for 1921 when figures which arc taken from the 1920 Generally It is the mother who it the acreage was increased about 50 responsible for tho brightness of a per cent over that of 1920. About 'census. In the Ave counties ranking from child, although she permits the fath 80 per cent of the incrraccd acreage sixteenth to twentieth in land er to do tho strutting. will be seeded in that section of the which was an average of $90.43 State which normally tcetTs red top Japan is raging because they were or herd's grass for pasture, according an acre, the value of tho beef cattle, dairy cattle, sheep and hogs was unable to walk away with all of the to the specialists. Good stands and s, s, respectively plumt. The Japanese should speak success in growing the increased and five, sixths of the with care, lest they swallow their ncicage wil depend upon proper pre value for animals of the scimo class- - own froth. paration of the ced bed and the use of sufficient seed, the specialists have pointed out to farmers. "Grasses of all kinds catch best on teed beds that are compact beneath and only looso enough on top to cov er tho teed," Ralph Kcnney, one of tho specialist said. Land growing a Three Through Trains Daily cover crop of rye that is grazed rath. is ideal place it heavilyitlnco antho tramping to tow- brings red top the seed in cloio contact with the moist earth and enables it to make roots. If the soil is loose on fields without n cover crop, it it frequently best to roll tho land immediately af OA io ter the grass has been sown. "In splto of the fact that farmers Lv. DanvilU 9i20A.M. Lv. Danville 11 140A.M. 3:40 PM. Ar. Chattanooga Ar. ChatUneeoa 6 SO P.M. in many localities of Kentucky sow 8:43 P.M. (C.T.) .. Ar. Atlanta Ar. AManta . iC.T.) . 11:20 P.M. only three pounds of red top nn acre, (E.T.) Ar. Macon 12:20 A.M. . (E.T.) Ar. Macon. 3:06 A.M. not lets than five pounds should be Ar. Jacksonville 7:55A.M. Ar. Jackson! 11:30 A.M. used nnd 10 pounds Is not too much. Pulbnui Sleeping Car and Coaches Pullmaa Bleeping Car and Coacliea The amount of labor and trouble to JocksontlHe. to JackunvW. necessary to obtain a thick stand can Dining Car Sen log AU Meal. Duke Cars fining AU Meat. be rclucod if sufficient quantities of the teed are uicd In the flrtt seed , ing. Lv. DanvilU 11 145P.M. . 630 AM Aft ChfcttMOOfltV "In seeding red top, it In best to , (C.T.) 11:2SA.M. Ar. Atlanta . . use a peck fit Japan clover to the 3:10 P.M. Ar. Mkm .. .(EX) aero at the same time. This mixture Ar. Tames S:U A.M. Af CtMWftt f T30 A.M increases the grazing furnished by ' . . ... Ar. StPtterstwg. 8:30 A.M. the red top alone and in addition ArBfsrTMtAlGWDi TM)!"i7a3J"AJiriL legume, add tho clover, which Is Ar. Sarasota AM. iM to tho fertility of the soil. (K.T4 EMUnTtaM. tO.T3 CwUtlTUM. "Early seeding, If not killed by Pu&aaa Hieefkg Cars and Coachc to Tampa, St. PaiorttHirf (VI Taapa) taraMta (1a llradeatown.) freezing, usually make tho largest crop by mid summer and alto usualDkkg Cart Serring All Meal. ly como through the summer In betFor Uekcia, steep lag ear reaervatktas or other iafurmatloo, apply to Ticket Agent or ter shape. Many farmers sow their C aUMl. ShMm rasseaaw Aawai, d teed at a time at ten days Interval to Insure a stand." Uttd by Ciptctanl Mothtri for Thrte Generations ! Town. t proving tlowly from a scrlout attack of dypthtria. Mr. and Mr. Martin Oreen were gueit not hit mother, Mrs. tannic Green Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Hamp McQucrry were guests of Mr. and Mr. Melvin Stinctt Sunday. Mrs. Dora Davis and Mrs. It. C. Ilolnn were guests of Mrs. Ilynuni Davis Sunday evening. Mr. and Mr. Dudley Green will soon move to llerea to make their home for the coming year. Mlfi Loraine Davis was the guett of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs, It. C. Iloain Saturday night. Miss Annie Mac Green, of I.ancai-te- r, wai the pleasant guest of her grandmother, Mrs. Fannie Green recently. Mr. and Mr. Klmer Allen wero guests of Mrs. Allen's mother, Mrs. Kmerd Clark Saturday night and Sunday, Red, Aliike, Sapling, Lonf White Sweet Clover Sed, Rapa Seed, Kentucky Recteaned Blue Cratt, Red Top and Orchard Gran Seed. Iludton & Farnau. In Each litu. Tho following cane Is but oas ol any occurring dally In tancattcr. It la an easy matter to verity It. You cannot auk for better proof. U C, Montgomery, farmer, Rtar says: Route, '"We are seldom without a box of Donn's Kidney l'lils bandy In tho home. I .have used this remedy on several occasions who my kidneys were giving me trouble and It ncvor failed to do ml! good. am a farmer and have considerable xposuro and bard work to undorgn and this puts my kidneys out of order I have suffered a lot from backaeho nnd pain through my hips and thcro was ono tlino when I was paat going. My kidneys wero weak and unnatural most of the time. I wanted to pass tho secretions every llttto while, too. When I feel nny of these symptoms coming on I go to Rpoonamnm's Drug Rtoro nnd get a box of Doan's Kidney Pills. Aftor e using them a wbllo my troubles 1 Catet Btlng COc. Co, Mfrs., Iluffalo, N. corrected." nt all dealers. rnitcr-Mllbur- n Y. J' Valentine's day will soon be here (February 14th) and give you an occasion to remember your many relatives nnd friends. Let your Valentine remembrance be a bottle of fine Perfume, Cut Flowers or some dainty toilet ar tides. We have many exquisite things which will deIn our store a light your friend nnd loved ones. few dollars will buy many Valentine remembrances. Come to US for it. CARTERSVILLE Ana uooa Found Together Little Ilculah Hulcttc Is very sick with dyptheria. Mr. and Mrs. llcthcl Wren visited her parents the week-enMr. G. P. Head sold a cow to Mr. Tandy Centers, price $lo. Miss Cora Koop visited at Ucrea from Friday until Sunday. lUv. F. P. Bryant filled his regular appointment at the Flaptiit church Sunday. The sac of Mr. Morris Calico Saturday was quite a success. Everything sold high. The safest way to take n mad bull who wat by the horns is to kill him first. Mr. Sam Tankcrsley. operated on at the Ilobinton hospital Politeness costs nothing, but its at llerea lait Thuriday is doing nice value is not to be measured by its ly to coit. Mrs. C. S. Hoop was called llerea Sunday by the sudden illness They say that half n lonf is better of her grandaughter, Ruth II. Pen than no loaf at all, but many a new nington. husband doesn't believe it. Mr. and Mrs. Turner Sparks are the proud parent of a little girl, born on the 29th. She has been christened Annn Francis. ObelUk McRoberts Drug Store The surest way to retain nn ardent admirer is not to mnrry him. When a fellow calls you a liar you punch him but others wonder if it is true. When two women begin to argue It soon ceases to be an argument. Neither one hears what the other ANOTHER DEOU1NE F. O. B. DETROIT, FOR two-third- i, four-ftfth- two-thir- three-fourth- CORRECT TO IT Magazine pro-grrt- live-sto- Acreage Expected In Acreage of Pastures vnl-uc- s, two-third- five-sixth- ht Why not order a sack of Ballard' Flour today? It Is pure, healthful and delicious. Iliidion Sl Farnau. The Rebcka Lodge will have a pic supper at the Cartcrsville I. O. O. F. hall Feb. 9th., to help pay the burial expenses of Mr. Robert Wilson. Ev erybody Is invited to come nnd help, On last Tuesday the grim reaper whoic n?me is death hovered its icy wings around the home of Mrs. Min nie Wilscn and claimed as it victim her loving husband, Robert Wilson, lie wat tick only a week with appen (Ileitis. He was taken to Richmond Monday evening to undergo an oper ation and pneumonia developed. He quietly passed away at the Gibson hospital Tuesday evening at four o'clock. He was only 31 years old was n member of the Daptiit church. His remains wero brought to the home of Mr. C. S. Roop Wcdnesdny and was buried by the Cartersvillo I. O O, F. Lodge of which he hat long been a member, at the Cartcrsville cemetery Thursday. He leaves to mourn his loss a wife and four chll drcn, a mother, three sisters and one brother. We extend our heartfelt sympathy to tho bereaved family and prny they may put their trutt in God and prepare to meet htm in the Great Heyond. We know God docth all things for good to them that love him. Fordsoiv BsbbbKIZbbbbbbbbI 4 Lexington Florida vSouihern Railway SifsrEM Royal Palm Florida ... . . , a Perfect Day" and all read for another, whether it be to plow, harrow; drill; to run the thresher, the corn shclkr, the hay baler or what-not. 7he End of For Special Suwanee River Special . . y t measureUbyCotU, the Gopcr Battery would be priceless" If quality was NSS$ iySSv S Fordaon Tractors are not only doing in the moat economical and most efficient manner, all general field work for fanner the world over, tmt they are saving them time, labor and money in talcing care of every power job. It combines all of the qualities all of the ad vantage you have wished for in a tractor. It ia light; it is powerful; it Is efficient; it Is economical in both fuel consumption and up keep; it is durable; it is dependable ; and it is not extravagant in cost i It's bard to tell you all the facts about the Fordsoa here. We prefer to talk to you personally sod to show you its many advantages. Well gladly bring all the facte to you if you will pkoM or drop us a card. We Kecharqe and Repair all makes of Batteries CONN aid HASELDEN BROS GARAGE CONN s one-thir- The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday Feb 2, 1922 closing its weak points and phasizing its good ones. em- An Invitation These nrc the months when you hnve more or less time to kill. Lntcr you will be too busy to think of anything but crops. Now is nn ideal time to look into the merits of the various contrivnnces for producing larger yields at less expense. WE INVITE YOU to spend nn hour or two with us the next time you are in town. We want to show you in black and white just what others have done with the wonderful new farm implements and machinery we will be featuring this season. Experts say that there arc better days ahead for the farmers. We feel it we believe it. Talk it over with us and get in on the ground floor. We'll be glnd to sec you as often as you come. Come any day. Farmers! It is an interest stimulator and a progress breeder any way you tnko it. Get the people out to the tion. The American people have tome board meetings, nnd let'em right in the matter. It la to be talk. they will be saved from hoped that been lax; crime and criminal! hnve boon protected; lawmakers have been cowardly and truckling. Hut what doc It all amount to? The wcU naturally And fault. The drys naturally make excuses and find pallia- OTHERS HAVE A REASON FOR TRADING WITH US. I CONN BEOS. "Live and Let Live Folks." DC 3Cr $1.50 a Year. The Centra Record limed Weekly. PajrabU In J. Advanc. E. ROBINSON. Editor, it. L .ELKIN, Local Editor and Mgr. Entered at the Post Office In LanMall caster, Ky.. as Second-Clas- s Matter. Fot-i- tn THE AMEHICAN Ad.rtti.irf Rrpf .wt.ri,. PRESS ASSOCIATION Lancaster, Kj February 2, 1922 Rates For Political Announcements. For Precinct and City Offices.. $5.00 10.00 For County Offices For State and District Office-- .! 6.00 For Calls, per line........ . .10 For Cards, per line . . .10 For all publications in the interest of individuals or expression of individual views, per line 10 .OS Obituaries, per line . ... As The Editor Sees It. In some of tho large city pa pers wo note sensntionni reduc tions in the retail prices of dry goods, clothing nnd other articles of daily use. This would indicntc that some people have been doing some high profiteering in the past, but arc forced to get down to earth again in order to break the buying strike that has plnyed havoc with the big city retail business. You do not hear of these stupendous drops in the country stores, nnd for the best of all reasons.. The average country merchant did not resort to the conscienceless profiteering methods that were practiced in some of the lnrger cities. He raised his own prices as wholesale prices were increased, and this he was compelled to do in order to continue business. Since the downward trend commenced ho has been reducing his prices as rapidly as wholesale ratos declined, and he will continue to do so as long as there is a falling market. When you compare tho reductions in the country towns to those in the large cities just ronsidor both sides of the question. You may discover that your home merchant has been fairer to you right along than any one else. many of thoto votes can be bought by the Republicans nnd pnld for with a billion or two dollars squeezed out Mr. Harding luck. He is considered behind of the taxpayers. Mic times nt best, and often is agrees with the politicians nnd wig back to the advocacy of looked upon as a tightwad. a soldiers' bonus. If he docs not care to be There is no leadership in that. placed in this category he must It is merely one case of wiggle There was another case In mnke the money fly. nnd as wobble. " thc Jong as he continues to do that'ne Hill. The House had cut down he finds it difficult to nccumu- - Tax the income surtax to a little more Into nnmicrh fnr UHllJlllllf) ...... than 30 per cent- - The Senate, in . W. snnnlvlnir nnd furnishing n home, nnd meet- tlmidated by thc "agricultural bloc," ing all of the other expenses had fixed thc rate at GO per cent. The President went before Congress nttcndnnt upon married life. was the In other words, he is simply nnd proved that the House rate was ix good one and Senate rate scared out of the idea of n bad one. Hut instead of standing out for thc good rate he wiggle-wo- b Young girls who have their bled to a compromise only less bad future comfort in view might than thc Senate rate, urging "har a well consider this side of thc mony" onwas rate of 40 per cent. no leadership there. There question before they begin to Nobody paid any attention to him, make heavy entertainment de- and' the Senate rate was adopted. The latest case, nnd one of the mands upon thc pockctbooks worst. Is fresh. Thc agricultural of their escorts. bloc had under way in Congress n bill requiring the to put The average man will go to a farmer on the President Reserve Federal n circus, or a show, or a ball Bank Hoard. The proposal was game, and consider the money strongly offensive to tho President. well spent. He will imbibe a He openly rebelled. He sent for certain amount of information leaders of Congress, denounced such of some value, but generally it legislation, gave good reasons why he denounced it, and as much as de is soon forgotten. clared that he would veto it if put up Nevertheless, he is ever to him. The interview was heralded ready and anxious to go again. far and wide. It had been discover He could spend an hour or cil that President Harding had a so at church on Sunday, drop backbone nnd that it was adamant.But it turns out that if It Is ndaa few nickels in the collection mant, it Is powdered adamant. Mr. box, nnd receive more renl and Harding has now consented to n bill lasting benefit than would be which will add to n farmer to thc Re derived from a dozen shows or serve Board. The old bill, without increasing thc size of the Hoard, reball games. quired that one of Its members should Yet it is difficult to get him be n farmer. The new bill Increases there. by one the members of the Board, Sometimes we wonder if it without requiring that he shall be n would be easier to fill a church farmer, but President Harding has by charging a stiff admission given his word that the new member shall bo a farmer. at the door. Such cases as these indicate clearWe seem to place a higher ly why, though leadership is recogvalue on thc things that cost us nized as a pressing need of the Adthe most, regardless of their ministration and though Mr. Harding is the titular leader of his party, worth. there is no leadership in the White Or we might stage a dog House Courier Journal. e, rG DC n bombardment of literature diseas ing in borcsome statistics the failure of prohibition in the State of Maine, When President Harding a few 'If the wet bureau must go over th month ago heeded the advico of ground again, it might nt least pick Secretary Mellon and opposed the sol- - out n fresh spot to pick on. Lenve dlera' bonus he was justly applauded j Maine out of it. Then, too, some new argument for good sense nnd courage in taking an action which would provoke the .'might bo invented. The threadbare hostility of some of the former scr-vi- stuff that was bandied nbout the men. Ho blocked the enactment country by wets and dry prior to of the Bonus Hill, which already had the adoption of tho amendment will passed the House, and thus saved the hardly bear revamping. It was In country the Impression of n tremen rags nnd patches long before it went dous burden which it was ill prepared to the attic. Further, some new orntora should to bear. had It looked as If Mr. Harding had at be Introduced. Tho last developed real qualities of lend n line of patter that became quit stale. Even thc silver tones of the ershlp. It looks io no longer. The coun Ncbraskan sounded rather flat nnd try- Is as ill prepared to bear that clnnky when the twice told tales hud burden as it was then. Hut n nation reached thc maximum of repetition al election is npproaching. Tho Trot out some new material. Hut Administration has weakrned In pub' in nny case the die is cast and th lie favor. Votes are needed. The dry; have it. Louisville Times former service men have three or four million votes. The politician ndded of Mr. Harding's party believe that The Harding Backbone Hnvo you a good reason for not buying your foodstuffs hero? rcnllze what you are missing? That pood reason nppnrcntly Is finite Bntisfnc-tor- y to them, because they continue to trade with lis year after year. Do you If you arc one of those who do not trade at this store you probably have a reason. Hut is thnt ' renson financially beneficial to you? As n shrewd buyer, why not look around n bit? Why not investigate the store that others are glad to trade with yerr after year? - Currey & Gulley. FRESH FISH AND OYSTERS v"iie'a p'"" -- Clark and Mrs. Martin Green were attraction!" Margaret: "A woman's complex-- ' dinner guests of Mrs. Henry Green Chapel Program Friday. Ion, you bonehead." The Sophamores gave a splendid Paul: "GlrU are better looking! Kev. C. C. Isaac, of Berea preach- program in Chapel Tuesday morning, cd a series of sermons at l.eavel but owing to the large number o than boys." Green church, which wore very much Fayo "Why. naturally.' the class, nil could not take part enjoyed by all who heard them. Paul.-- "No, artificially." however, they are very proud of their thirty-eigh- t class, as it consists of Lulaj "I haven't been feeling If you are run down, discouraged active members, the largest in thc well for thc last week." and out of heart, get a bottle of TanHigh School. I.avcrne: "When do you feel lac ami see how different it makes Margaret Elliott, President of the worstt" yow feel. Stormes' Drug Store. It. class opened the exercises with Luln: "In sixth period, Geometry short talk, then Introduced Marie class." Resolutions Cotton, who played a piano solo Resolutions of Respect Never Fail Many people on the verge of de "Hood Night," by Ncain, this was played beautifully and appreciated spair have taken Tanlac nnd recover- Robeka Ledge No. 58, Cartersville, by all. Fleece Hratton next read the ed. Stormes Drug Store. It. Ky.. Jan. 30th., ItlSS. Whereas, Almighty God in Ms in introduction of the class, written by scrutabl- wisdom, ha seen fit to call LEAVEL GREEN Juanita Dunn. This proved amusing from tfcir transitory existence our as well as interesting. The music) Ephriam Hulctte is very ill with dearly beloved brother, Robert nn of the class, Richard Henry, who departed frsm tht life on playing thc Clarinet, Edgar Creech dlpthcria. Master Fred Robinson visited In Jan. 2th., 1U22. thc Cornet, and Roger Hourland ae Therefere be It, Resolved: That in companying them at the piano, favor Berea Monday. Lola ,the little daughter efOir. Ma death our Iodge has losi a very ed us with the popular song, "Peggy O'Neal.". Last but not least on the and Mrs. J as. Clark is on the sick useful member, the community a useful citizen and his wife am! children program was a song by all thc boys, list. a very Hcveted husband and father. "Out on the Deep." This was thor Miss Anna Mae Green, of Ijtnras- Resolved, That wc extend to the oughly enjoyed by all. ter, spent the week-en- d with Mrs. family and friends our sincere symThc rest of thc school wish to con Fannie Green. pathy in this sad hour of their begratulato them on their splendid pro. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Robinson were reavement and commend them to God cram and hope they will favor us guests of his brother, Mr. E. C. Rob- who alone oan give real consolation. with another one soon. Therefore, be it further, Resolved, inson Fjinday. Who? That we spread a copy of these resoMr. and Mrs. Martin Green were lutions on our record in fraternal reThere Is a girl in High School guest sof his mother, Mrs. Fannie membrance of him and that a copy be Who chews from mam until night, Green Sunday. sent to his family and one to the Miss Sexton calls it annoying, Mr. Tandy Smith has accepted a Central Record for publication. Miss Robinson thinks it a fright. Bowling Green and will C. S. Roop You know she's one of the Seniors, position at leavo Wednesday. E 11. Allen, Who know their lesons so well Mrs. Fannie Green, Mrs. Emerd Committee. You cannot find a single mistake. Not even a word they mispoll. She studies Physics nnd History, And French, she reads nt sight, And when she opens an English book She studies very slight. But we must learn to forgive her, For all the mistakes of her life, Hut still wc sigh and wonder What man wants her for a wife. I rTll-son, Lancaster School Notes Questions to the right of them, Questions to the left of them, Questions in front of them, Written nnd thundered. Stared at with "why" and '"tell.1 Boldly I wrote nnd well, S' H "W ftf & , Accomplished 'i . BBB CNhN HsPflo Mi Rv - jf s" . '' , a" But into thc jaws of death, Into the mouth of hell Rode my one hundred. The Freshman of 1022, Miss Maymc Stapp and Sf Ki H Bfl Q HQ 1 more ctlicicntly, ! lu ,'ti!) ..ml more economically . possible, the ti . u Mutn-MotVoahcr :h n--v rrvkc w ,i ' ' fight as an attraction. That would bring'em running. Get The People Out. There are few things that stimulate a greater interest in town improvement than to have argc numbers of citizens at tending every meeting of thc city council, or town board. It gingers up tho members of tho bonrd, for when they know the eyes of their consti tuents are upon them at every meeting they will put forth greater efforts to mako good in their undertakings. It becomes a mnttcr of pride with People often wonder why them to measure up to public young men are marrying in expectations. greater numbers. But there is It keeps the people posted as no occasion for wonderment. to what is being considered for Tho answer is simple. the town, nnd this knowledge Tho spirit of the times is increases thc common interest. placing a greater check upon It brings out new ideas for matrimony than all other agen- the bonrd to consider, for cies combined. whenever a people are deeply The man who cannot give interested in a subject they his beat girl a high rolling time! will consider and discuss it is not popular. He is out oftfrom every angle, thereby dis- - Tanlac Is a powerful, reconstructive, systemic and stomachic tonic. It tones up the system, restores lost appetite and make you feel strong, sturdy and well, as nature intended. Stormes' Drug Store. It. Wet Propagandists The Eighteenth Amendment is not in tho least dansrer of being repealed; the organization which Is launching a light ror repeal is not going to succeed In doing anything beyond providing Jobs for propagandists; the public Is In for n wearisome distopic and cussion of a worn-ou- t there you are. Every statement made for or against prohibition finds supporters and assailants; but on the authority of tho New York Herald, the dry law has reduced drinking about (10 per en cent In the two years of It is hardly probable forcement. that those who favored the adoption of tho amendment and forced it on a reluctant minority of sovereign States will bo willing to forego any part of their victory. Practically every evil forecast for prohibition has been developed and made conspicuous. There have been perjuries and violations of oaths; jurors have been lenient; police have been tampered with; judges have ton Stapp were visitors at the chapel exercises Tuesday morning. We nre glad to have Samuel El llott back with us after n week's absence. Wc nre enjoying thc company of one of our former students, Miss Francis Grant, of Lexington. Miss Loiira Dunn, of Lexington, was the guest of Miss Helen Gulley last week. Poet sing In the spring About tho bird upon the wing. upon my word, It is absurd, Because the wing is on the bird. Laugh and Llv Helen Uulley:- - "I've got n bad cold." Ituth Taylor. "How did you get Mr. Bur B il i ( ".'4 ' .' Hi ''ViiV ' , S. Vat 9fUj MtRiJ! 'OHMS ' 'f . Lay ' a tuttru far 1)om1 tkc rot., iissiialiisis i.s ruUtv Tedav, Matssu; :t W- - .v', .f rur.laa.lsut i. hw.ri . x lu .tr tur v itntatw, il ftmtws ; , t . '!! Wnr.fr f mfn.kt W upMH IKJhkI WtrllK rfjkBf.p LflffrI Un 1 P It?" Helen; ing." "Too much outside read Sam: "What do you do with your shoes when you wear them out?" Walker: "I wear them Ijack In tho house again." Henry Cox: teachers) lead a Hamilton: them passed mo this year." Hand i "I hear some of the fast life." "I doubt; nono of "What is meant by "an The Central Record. Lancastei , Ky Thursday, Feb 2 922 1 WWW W WWW Trimming and General Overhauling. We are fixed to handle it right and at Rock Bottom Prices. Our New 1922 Buggies and Automobile Trailers are ready for your Inspection. Call and see them. I I WW HI III Votit AiinYifthilp Pain.intr j ww E TT An 1 R. M. ARNOLD BUGGY WORK FURNACE HEAT. 1 DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. Mr.' J. U. Conn was n visitor tn is Well, it' in the'Ccntrnl Record Building ENGLE'S STORE.. I'm hero to stay by filling your wants at .Reasonable Lexington Tuesday. Miss Hello Denny, of Stanford, with Iincastcr relatives. Mrs. James Hatcher returned from Atlanta last Saturday, after spending a few weeks with her sister, Mr. W. 11. IMMSHIIIWISMI We huve some Milinm. Price. Buy your Tobacco Canvas from us PURE CANE SUGAR, HARRINGTON GOOD. HALL COFFEE. EVERYTHING Mr. nnd Mrs. Hugh Miller have reMrs. W. R. Cook, of Danville, is turned te their home in Louisville, the guest of Mrs. W. II. Masen. after spending the weekend with Mrs. Dora Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Frnnrfs Price Mr. ami Mrs. Walter Moss, of N. wero visitors in Lexington Sunday. Third street, will be hosts nt,a weekMr. nnd Mrs. Jas. W. Smith were end party, at which their guests will in Lexington several days this week. be Misses Ashcr, of Georgetown CeHoge, Miss Gene Mos, of StanMiss Jeanie DoLancy Lackey loft ford and Miss Dorothy Closon, of TueiJay for a visit to relatives In Plnevillo. Danville Mosiengcr. -- Nice Winter Hats BELOW COST. ALSO A FEW Childrens Hats, very Cheap FRANCIS-SMITSISUHIHMI in honor of their guests. Mr. nnd Mrs. Clinton ltnstin and daughtors, Misses Ruth Marian and Dorothy Mac Ilastin, sf Lancaster. There will bo 14 guests. Lexington Herald. H Paris. Uossip About N People A BfUl 0lnji bylkms MtfiUa of tht We Art 1 Coralt "4 in. ' Intmilid Mrs. John S. Long has beco sick, but la no' improving. Mrs. W. F. Chsmp is visiting Mrs. Henry Moore in Cincinnati. spent the West mi.. Mrs. Cleveland Rose, of Stanford, week-end with Miss Betty i ....,. guest of Mm Lula n'Kht. r..i, .MaJear i. Ssunuay Mr. Walker Ilradshaw and family visited Mr: and Mrs. T. W. Uridshaw Mendny. Mrs. W. II. Danville. Mmn ami Doty have been recea: visitors Miss Jnne m tnd Mary Ruth, Uie little baby of Mr. Mrs. S. R. Foley, is ill with pneumonia. Miss Elizabeth Mlddloton, who wns Mr. and Mrs. Ren Wllmot were designer at the Lucille shop in Jackllenzlcy returned guests of Mr. and Mrs. Owsley Cox Miss Mildred son, Mich., has accepted a position in from several weeks visit with rela- Monday. millinery in Cincinnati. Miss tive in Lexington ami Winchester. received a portion of her trainMrs. Tom Adams ,of Sharpsburg, shops Mrs. J. C. llampnili. .Mrs. McNee--s Is visiting her mother, Mrs. Mackie ing from one of Lancaster's nnd all are wishing her a prosperous nnd son are guests of Mrs. Margaret McGrath. season. Currey Robinson en Hiehmond street. Mr. and Mrs. James W. Smith arc .suss iiary .Mae walker gave a Mrs. T. K. IYicc, Mrs. Eugene spending several days in Lexington beautiful dinner Saturday evening at Ilradahaw and two daughters, of Dan this week. her suburban home on Richmond ville, hnvo been recent visiters of Mr. of Lexington, road in honor of her birthday. The Miss Sallie Klkin, and Mrs. Jesse Dunn. has been spending several days in noma was tastily decorated ana a Mrs. J. Roe Young and Miss Fran Ijincattcr. lovely French basket filled with res Grant, of Lexington, are guests spring flowers graced the center of Mr. and Mrs..F. P. Frisbie will of Mrs. Young's brother, Mr. Chas. leave tomorrow for a few days stay tho table. A delicious six course Anderson and family. menu was served. About twenty' in Louisville. five guests enjoyed the delightful af Mr. J. C. ilrmphlll, Jr., of Chicago, Mrs. W. L. Kldrldge, of Indiana, is fair. joined his mother and sister for a the guest of Mrs. James Woods, on weekend visit to Mr. nnd Mrs. Theo Richmond street. Mr. and Mrs. Thomns P. Wheritt, t:urrry, on .Mopio avenue. of Lancaster, Ky., announce tho The many friends of Mrs. Marga- marriage of their daughter, Win Hon, w. II. Shanks and Kditor ret Herring Wllmot are glad to fred, to Mr. George Saunders, of Ev !i C. Walton, of Stanford, and Mr. know she is improving from her re ansvlllc, Ind. The wedding took Hanks Hudson, of Danville, attended cent illness. place two weeks ago at the First Commerce. Ilanquet the Chamber of Mr, Friday evening. Miss Elizabeth Anderson left Tues- Christian church in Louisville. day for Cincinnati, where she will and Mrs. Saunders are spending their Miss Delia Itlce Hughe. Mr. Ku spend several weeks in a wholesale honeymoon in New York, Chicago, gene Thompson, Miss Italian! and and St. Louis and will return to millinery house. Mr. Homer Rice wero visitors in HarEvansvillc in a month to make their rodsburg recently and attended the Capt. T. A. Klkin returned from home. Mr. Saunders is the only son 11. Y. 1'. U. convention. Atlanta last Monday, where he spent of the late James D. Saunders nnd Is weeks with his daughter, --Mrs. a brother of Mrs. Franklyn M. Crom Mr. ami Mrs. R. II. Ward and two three nirJln. sons, J. T. and Carl, Mrs. Maine Es Frank Martin. Mld-dlct- taken altogether it Is a dream of beauty and we trust will prove a Joy forever for this enterprising firm. floor and Brown-Sam- s Mr. anil Mrs. Theo Cotton gave a Rev. I. W. Manlcy united in martwelve o'clock dinner in honor of the bride nnd groom, Mr. and Mrs. Nath- riage at his home yesterday afteran Cotton, of Kirksville, and also of noon, Mr. Jasper Sams and Miss Lonie Brown, two of Gnrrnrd's poputwenty-eight- h Cotton's Mr. Theo birthday, at their home, the "Clover lar young people. Mr. Sams is a dale Farm" on the Lebanon pike, son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Rufus Sams, Buck-enk- e near Danville. The large birthday whilo Miss Drown is from tho pink and white wns dceornted eye section of the county, whose par of with candles and graced the center ents cued several years ago. .nr. of the table. A bountiful dinner Manlcy has been In the city eleven of turkey, old ham and all the' delica- months nnd during thnt time, he tells cies of the season were serevd. The us has united twelve couples. Henry-Wils- on Mr. Uobert Mulear is doing nice- tridgc nnd little daughter, Matilda, The C. W. 11. M. of the Christian Hon. and Mrs. J. Hogan Hallard ly after an operation prcformrd at of Faint Uck, were recent guests of church met Wednrsilay afternoon at entertained at a delightful course Mrs. W. E. Clark and family. Hospital. Derea the homo of --Mrs. E. li. Uourland, dinner Wednesday evening at their attractive suburban home, "Pine-crvsAmong the number of Hamilton on Danville nrenue. Mrs. 0. Doner, of Louisville, isviiU The color scheme .of yellow ting her daughter, Mrs. Adolph students, Who went to their homes Mr. nnd Mrs. Hen Wllmot, Jr., had r examination dot for their dinner guests Sunday Mr, and white was artistically carried out after the Joacph and Mr. Joseph. ed was Mlsa Martha Ward Sweeney. and Mrs. 11 nan Wllmot, Mr. and in the decorations and also In the Mrs. Epharim Ilron has returned She returned to her claises Monday ices, enkes and mints. A pretty Mrs. George Sndduth. from a visit to her mother, Mrs. U. morning. French basket filled with yellow D. Simpson in Lexington. Miss Georgia Dunn, Christian En flowers was usrd as the central table Mrs. Harold Oldham entertained deavor Held Worker of Vorth Amerl decoration whiV: the place cards were Mr. and Mrs. Fisher Gaines and her bridge club Wednesday after cu, U spending sercral days in Lan In yellow flowers and son, Currey, nf Danville, have been guests included Mes- - caster with relatives. I the flavors were yellow popples. The recent visitors nf Lancaster relatives. noon. Her dames Douglas Pnrrish, A. C. Boggs, guests for the peasant occasion were Mr. and Mrs. Durton Stapp moved Mrs. C. It. Henry. MUes Stella Karri Noland, Mceklion Dunn, II. Tuesday tn Miis Sallie Klkln's rest Mr. ami Mrs. R. M. Sparks, Mr. and tr r in. i..... a.k Henry. Thelma Wilson and Mr, Tom 11 Mrs. 11. U Eldtr, of Nlcholasville, vAw I th?' Mr and Mrs. Ear) Curtis, of Lexing Ward, weru shoppers In Lexington nsult and M.s, "Elizabeth Farley J ''T.' t ill bo at home to their many friends, Richmond Register. Frlduy. ton and Mr. nnd Mrs. Edwin Rogers, .Mr. J. C. Ruckrr, of Atlanta, Ga., of Columbus .Ohio. recently visited his mother, Mr. Thit latest in the line of art shops Sanih H. Rucker. He left Monday for Lexington, where he has accept has tome to Lexington in the Elkln- mm bbbbbs sssi BSS1 ba. asssBa ssssk. mm mm ed a. position with the Fayette Na Panicl Handcraft .Studio at 149 West Main street. This company wns or tional Rank ganized by Mi Sara Daniel, former- Mr. ami Mrs. Robert Scott, of ily of Paris, aud Miss Elkin, with Hyattsville, art receiving congratu- - the purpoe to rehabilitate various vf WITH htlons from their many friends odds nnd etuis, such as pieces of furdue to the arrival of a beautiful lit. niture, into valuable articles corre. .HEAD THIS AD AND BE CONVINCED. tie daughter. She weighs six pounds sponding to the mode of the day. and has been named Virginia Mae. Both of the women have had conBIST STEAK, 2Scts. lb., ROUND STEAK, 20cts. lb. FEBRUARY Is Gingham dress siderable experience In the art world. UEST ROAST, IScts. lb., CHOICE ROAST, 12 month. Let me tell you about the I " un"K" l0""110" . . . GOOD ROAST, lOcts. lb. interior dreorntlni'. Shn styles, ami snow you snmpies tnai 7 t Dett Peaberry Coffee, 25ctt. lb.; Good Bulk IScta. lb. will interest you. I nm also taking talent for repairing French dress ing tables, bureaus nnd other articles ordcrs for Spring Frocks and Gradu Arbuckles, 25cts. Ib.j Christmas Gift Coffee 45cts lb. of furniture. Miss Elkin specializes ating dresses. LaFayctte Hotel Coffee, 40 cts. per pound. In ceramics. She has studied under Miss Rebecca Williams. (It.) Hopklnson Smith nt the Chicago Art All other menta and uroccriiw in accordance. Friends will be glad to know the Institute and under Baumgran. She little son of Mr. and Mrs. William has also worked with Ann Leonard I.cavcll Is Improving after being ill and Vance Phillips, of New York. for several days with pneumonia. In 1910 Miss Elkin was instructor Mrs. Wesley Sebastian spent the day at Chautauqua, N. Y. Mr. and Public Square. Phone 206. with her mother, Mrs. Alex Ross, In Mrs. Eugene Grubbs will entertain with a six o'clock dinner this evening Faint Lick Sunday, t" mkl-yca-hand-pairted color scheme of pink and white was carried out through the dinner. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. James A. Cotton, Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Cotton, Mr. and Mrs. John Gibson, of Kirksville, Mr. and Mrs. Mack Hendren and children, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hendren and three daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbcrt Lane and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hendren, Mr. James Edwin Hngnn, Mr. nnd Mrs. McGinnis, Mr. and Mrs. Johnson, Mr. nnd Mrs. Eugene Brad-shaand two daughters, Mr. nnd Mrs. T. K. Price, all of Danville. The enjoyable alTair will long be reThe membered by all present. guests departed wishing tho bride and groom a long and happy married life, and Mr. Cotton many happy returns of his birthday. w New Millinery i. r-- t. 9 Emsrasj ai BY TRA0IN6 s REDUUE xi. C. L. l-- 2c US What might be termed tho word in millinery has just been added to the establishment of Joseph's, one of our leading Lady Outfitters. Extensive improvements were add ed in preparation for the large stock of millinery, which has just been purchased by Mr. and Mrs. Joseph, who have recently returned from the cities, where the stock wns bought. The handsome woodwork done in this improvement was by M. II. Steen- bcrgen and is tho best of this char- actor we hnvo ever seen. The mural decoration is the artistic work of J. S. Goodo and son, who have recont- ly moved into our midst from Stan- ford. The parlors are on the second upon winning tho hand of this accomplished young lady. They will go to house keeping where they will receive the best wishes of their friends for last a long happy life. Mr. Gilbert Wilson end Miss Stella Mac Henry were married In Lexington yesterday. The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Henry and known. is very popular and well She graduated from tho Lancaster High School in 1020 nnd wns one of the honor graduates of the class. Mr. Wilson is a prominent farmer, being reared near Paint Lick and Is equally as popular. He served for a number of months In the late war and received a dangerous wound, while on duty, forcing him to spend a year or more in the government hospital. He is one of Garrard's finest young men nnd is to be congra-tulate- d Birthday Dinner i , their two son's birthdays, Charles and Wesley Rny nnd the little daughter, Virginia Ellen of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Black. A delicious menu was served, consisting of salad, cakes, Ico cream and custard. About twentv. five gucsU partook of the bountiful dinner. All left thanking them for such u happy day spent and wishing tho little ones many more such happy birthdays. One of the most enjoyable days was spent Sunday at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. J. W, Doty In honor of ... "T scon & Ruble In connecticn with our Soo business we have ndded n line of AUTOMOBILE ACCESSORIES, Mich us Tiro Caslnir, Innide Tires, Inner Tubes, Boots, Patches, etc. Before you throw nwny that old tire como in and talk with us about our INSIDE TIRES or if you are in need of Casinjr see us before buying. Remember the place, next door to Goodloe and Walker Bros. Hardware Store. A IN ADDITION " Manlcy i Wilson Shoe Hospital The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Feb 2 1022. BIRDS ARE HELP White Qrest Flour Milled In the most modern and sanitary way by the TO AGRICULTURE Pesky English Sparrow Is Usually Nuisance nnd Often In jurious to Crops. CROWS AND BLACKBIRDS DAD J. C. Lyile Mill- Constipation Causes Serious Ills On a m and dknlnatlvo with Nature's Remedy-i- t's better than gestive If you are its victim, by sungthninff your di- organ laxatives. ing Co., Leavenworth, Kansas. Visit the Demonstration at Currey & uulley MONDAY AND TUESDAY ri February A D cordial invitntion is extended to the Indies of Lancaster nnd fJnrrord County to attend the demonstrations which will be held dally during next week. A dainty luncheon with punch will be served each nfternoon from 1? to 4 :30 Souvenir cook books presented to each lady. SACK OF WHITE CREST ONE FLOUR WILL BE GIVEN AWAY AT 4j30 EACH AFTERNOON DURJNG THE DEMONSTRATION. 6th7th Owls Havt Long Been Persecuted, but Never Has Persecution Been More Unjust Feed en Hals, Mice and Other Mammals. Prpr4 Tim any r tha t'nltut StaUa ItoptrtinaM ( AaiUallut.) sparrow Is a bird. biological MiMt of Ihf m rontlnnaltr Anti (tim rcirri nun soraimi imiauvo plus. vaiuutfi. mi, purer nnu rainar tics ar.il forco Imwtl svetbru To, co inai is a mui jov. It wrak nnd Itvtr nnl tns tha aV makes constar.t tlailnf nccs nry. NR Today Keeps tha Doctor Away arten-ti- n promolen root 4ttttlAn, rstt4 rf tho vrorMe) ttun say that mora crrtt cf alt tha lwjr tu cet tha DnurHhmrnt fron liuman III can tw trarnl ftlrvetlr or nit tho foo.t vou bit, ilvf yol a rv1. Inillrrctlr to ronattratlon, JIow renr Iieartr ntpll. lrri,thn tha )lfr. ugcreta realiso UOst ovorumti LilloutnM. rtriilai-- a Icli. nty anil Ixiwrl action nrvl girre th out. lnn x m and little son, spent tho day Sunday with Mr. nnd Mrs. Johinh McCuiley, Tanba(, Molasaee, Dairy Hon and Mule Feed. Hudson A Farnau. Up Misses Francis and Hazel Davis spent Wodncdny ni;ht with Misses The seed that produces the tobacco that has brought Lillian, Stella and (Catherine Dailey. the best price on the Kentucky markets for the last Miss Virginia Casey spent from twenty-fiv- e years. Good, home grown, hand cleanFriday until Monday with her grand- PRICE $2.00 PER OUNCE. ed seed, V. T. Mober-- f j parents, Mr. and Mrs. Send check or money order to ley. & Mrs. Allen Teater had the misforI tune of falling nnd breaking her arm. R. F. D. NO. 1, LANCASTER, KY. Marketing Association. , She suffered very painfully for a few Members Durlcy I days. number of people from this play given at the Messrs. Edward nnd Welba Teatcr Placc ""ended the WOLF TRAIL ooi hou,c rWJr spent the week-en- d with Mr. and Mr. G.unn chaPcl night. Mr. Elijah McMlllIan has been on Iti,.i Mnw.rW ---n .wV..... Mr. Nelson Davis returned to his the sick Hit. Mr .and Mrs. Elijah McMillian nnd n tw hom ln B" Sun,J-- ? Mrs. Molllc Mobcrtey is with Mrs. son, were Sunday guest, of Mr. and Mrs. Moso Hay. Allen Tenter. Trfcnda. Mrs. Ottis Stotts nnd daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lone are the on,, M"' J,ohn proud parents of n little son. were with Mrs. Lewi. Murphy a few guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. ... i their Mrs. Forest Masters was a visitor ; and Mrs. James Land enter- - Clyde Simpson, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mr. of Mrs. Allie Reynolds last week. Sowcr( Mr nnd Mn- - Powd, ,)alIeyj Mrs. Lucinda Preston was the loincu aunuay .nr. nnu Jirs. unnnuu aJJj gonf , truest Sunday of Mrs. Jasper Mat- Davis and family. MdamM EnJah McM1,llluu w. ' thews. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Mitchcl nnd bcrt Dailey, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Mob. Mr. Sylvester Price, of Danville, children spent Sunday with Mr. nnd eriey nm daughter, Mr. and Mrr, was with Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Teatcr Mrs. llano McCallcy Carl Mobcrley nnd daughter and Mr. Sunday. ( A number from here arc attending Clcwl Cnsey were dinner guests FriMiss Irene Sparks was the guest the opening of the pooled tobacco day of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Mobcrley. Friday night of Mr. and Mrs. Willie market at Lancatcr today. Masters. Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Teatcr were Mr. and Mrs. Powell Dailey and recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Scott Tha Scrsach Owl u BensAclal Bird to the Farmer.. win, spent Friday night with Mr. and family in Paint Lick. Cjtus Dailey. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence McCuiley protected. About the best that can t said of Mnla of this family Is that on the avrrace they do ulmut as much gintd as harm. ' TOBACCO SEED Fd, Kelle'sl mproved Standing turley B. L. KELLEY SONS survey, United of Agriculture, ami should not lie reptfrtl.tl ns a wt. Ttie single uxcrptlmi to tin- - depart-meritIndorsement I" the peky Kng-llt- h sparruw of tliHt Fpevle. "ununlly a nulsanre ami often Injurious," and. says the department In a liooklrt. Knnn lhJp From tli Illnls, "It must be mneMberrd that the Intrmlurvtl Kncllili sparrow Is tint titn.' iuciiiIht of the large family of spnrmws and Its lialilts nre by no character istic of Hie native hkcIos." Few Birds Classed as Injurious. They are nwentlnlly iti raters, the sparnms, lint they cimmuiiu atm a fair proMirtlon of Insect, tin depart- incut finds, and In c'iunil mut lie Svpnrutlnij thi as sheep friHii the gont In tlx' feathered klticilmn of common kntm ledge to the farmer, the tlvpartnirtit places among the bad Mnla the Jajs, crows, raven ami blackbird, a corporal's guard with the anuy of gnl lilnls, of aid to tlm fanner, plaeeil In the other clalflcn. Hon. Kr-i- i tlio had denlzt-nof the air have some gootl In thitii, says the do- Iartniont, nttTI the itatnace they do the farmer Is largely bwnue of overpnp- ulatlon In the fenlhtrrtl rank. Of that class, the department says: illry to ac- "It would seem u io ford them the Mime treatment long given tho common crow. Tlio crow In not sperlnlly iwrrrruttit ; neither l IV tlio States I)eHirtniiii 's iky to oereonra your roLsUnttlan nnj set rdur srstem In stwli impa ronmnt ilmtxlrff Ttul tx. Toil can to i If roil a tic lu i of Nature's rumttf C H Takltts) anl (ska tao escU rUiit or a wttk or st. I.'R Tablet. Ci much rarrs than VThT Hen't Ton Win Hr A. ttt ct mrly rauea plMMDt, easy bw action Thl inKtlcIn Mi upun t ie U as cllailaaUvo or-CUiettva as !ruflat. R. E. McROBCRTS, Lancaster, Kentucky. It norks nltr, nrA tharaufhlv. fair Aim vou notio tho rfSl rrtulL rmi Ktftn to t th.it roll era Ilvln acaln. with near ana pep rirrnciii, new vnersr. nnJ clnrer. Tou oon flrnl jruuc iKiwtla ncllnir rtnuUrlf without fialn. Try Nature' llemeo (Nit Tablatt) this. It la the beet bow. I onJ m:iclr ti ll you cm uta and costs i.lf tlo txr I.t, conUinlnaT rnousH to last twtnt" nr lUrs. Nature's Petrd (Ml Tablla I toll, piuir- xl and tecuutatadtd ly yuue mIn Lat s Ami :.IX Ibis without wpn or trripinr. psm or nnDmntlr & dal im-n- ssm as mf fOOR RIDGE tiias n ill m ssa sss 1 1 mm s a s " j si, Mrs. Squire T. WhltUker is III. Mr. L. L. Matthrw has been quite sick with pneumonia. Some people claim there are no Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Simpson visi 100 per cent fools In the world, but We know of ted relatives on Wolf Trail last week. w don't believe It. one who placed an hoi.eit valuation MIm llaxel Preston Is with Mr. and Mrs. Squire T. Whlttakcr this week. on his property in his tax return. Mrs. II. H. Preston and children spent SMurday with Mrs. I. II. Dun can. Mint Francis Long of Nicholasville, Law visited her father, It. I'. Ung this Money to loan on farms. week-enList your farm for sale privMr: and Mrs. Dan Kay were guests ately or at auction.. of Mr. nnd Mrs. Kdd Mobcrley Sun Office orer J. W Smith's Store. day night. Miss Haxel lrcston spent last week; with Mr. and Mrs. Harney Kast on M. S. Hack Creek. ' Mrs. Hradford Ilurdrtte and son HATFIELD visited Mrs. Walker Ilurdettc Thurs-da- y DENTIST evening. ovar t B irrara Bank. Mr; and Mrs. Wm. Matthew and I . A A.( M naamaaca area. daughter, visited Mr. and Mrs. - L. rasaat wane s. LANCASTER, ) KENTUCKY. Matthew recently. Mr. and Mrs. Harney Hast spent ssisfBJBa few days with Mr. and Mrs. It. 11. I'rrston last wvek. Mr. Tivls Preston, of Lancaster, Exchwlve. spent the week-en- d with Mr, and Mrs. S. T. Whittnker. OptMMtritt Mr. and Mrs. Dillard Simpton and children spent Sunday and Sunday DANVILLE, - KENTUCKY. night with Mr. and Mrs. Kdd Mobrr-leOpposite Gilcher Hotel. OsTlcs S to 12 aad 1 to S p.mu Mr. and Mr. Kveret Anderson and children went guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. Simpson Saturday night and Sun. noon. A delightful by all. Burdctte were guests In the afterday was spent Green Clay Walker And Real Estate I- uit k- J.J. Byrne y. Hr $6.00 Pays for Both SUBSCRIBE FOR YOUR HOME PAPER THE. CENTRAL RECORD AND I I I Rush Preliminary Work High-wa- y on Nation-wid- e System Highway construction will not be delayed by the requirement of the new Federal highway act The Fed eral highway system will consist of roads not exceeding 7 per cent of the total in any State, designated by the State nnd approved by the Secretary of Agriculture. Work Is being rushed by all the highway departments on the preparation of mans of the proposed system, but naturally such an important matter will take some little time and consideration. The Government authorities will Insist that Important through routes meet at State lines which will require conferences bctwVen authorities of dilfcrent States. In order that work will not be nendintr tho nnnroval of each I State system tho Secretary' of Agri-- ! culture has amended the Ilulcs and Regulations for Federal Aid to permit the immediate contsruction of such reads as It may reasonably bo anticipated will become part of the system. State highway officials are being ) advised that the anticipated route of which the road to be built is a part should be as long as practicable, pre ferably entirely across the Statv. A map must be submitted showing the route, other possible routes and connecting routes. If this Is found satisfactory tho project will be ap proved for immediate construction. The State of Washington submit ted on December 27th. the Ant com. P plete Stato system, and others am expected In a short time. -il THE LOUISVILLE HERALD Kentucky's Greatest Newspaper Duncan and children were visitors of Mr. and Owls Perform Useful Sarvlca. Sunday Mrs. Squirn T. Whlttakcr "Owls as a group tiuve long been afternoon. per'cuteil by man. but niwer hn jxr Why noltarder sack of Bsllard'a sccutlon hevn inori uiijutt," says the biological surrey. Mom tban 0 nrl Qbaliek Flaar today? It la pure, rtle of owls fiHil on n grrat variety healthful aad Jrliclout. of rodents nnd linv nx'ful bablts, the Iludton aV Farnau. booklet conttniui. Ill' WaahliiKton, I), Mesars. Irvine and Geonre Duncan fi, the survey mrntly dtftcnnlncil vlint (ITS bam owls had fur illnner. of Indinipolls, Ind., aro visiting their Here Is the menu, by variety anil num. brothers. Messrs. Ike and Kventt U-- r of illshes omnutnnl: Meadow I Duncan tout families ami other relaliousu tives here. mice, 1.1JU; house juJcc, rats, 131: othr sninll mammals, 3 mr M- -. and Mrs. Walker Burdctte cml. And the mtyIc iIoiu man by tbi Sunday at a sumptuous dinsays. ! typlcnK bam mil, tlm booklfr1 ner. Thu following wre preaent: of that iHTforintil by hswks and owl An occasional chlcxrn Is Mr. and Mrs. Caleb Johnvon, Mr. and In general. consumed, but this tws Is far on, Mrs. Wm. Matthew .end daughter, welshitl by the ii'tructloii of hnnnfsl Arlctgfl, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Simpson rodents. nnd daughter, Agnes and son, Lewis, Mrs. H. II. Preston and cfeildrvrtj CHECK OFF NEEDED REPAIRS Metsrs. IL II. Preston and Hradford i duy. Mr. ami Mrs. Ike J. A. Beazlev 27 MINERAL DIRECTOR OJIra Over National Hank. .Raiidenca t'hona 3. Olnce l'liono LANCASTER. KY. Or. Printus Call Walker llr VETCRiWAfelAM. Anaril Nlflil. rrnmplly I'hoao 317. I.ANCAS1 i t JOBtWBTEl .OUISVSUI. liwVtUaaU i hi arJl--r----- ii Ukrl aaaaHmaatla ruH VaWa aaM Raw iinrrissi i Firs Qood You Should Read The Louisville Herald A metropolitan dnily paper that contains a complete telegram and cable service covering the world. State news from correspondents in all parts of Kentucky. Tho Herald's local scrvico gives all the news of Louisvillo nnd suburbs. Society, Finnncial, Market and Sport pages, are in charge of the most roljablc authorities on these special subjects. Does it mean anything to you to be supplied with a daily newspaper that interests every member of the family? Then it is the Louisville Herald you want in addition to your local paper. Plan to Make Note of Defects When Machinery Is Being Put Away fsr Wlnttr. Whim the farm machinery It being put awny for the winter tan owner can profitably check off th rvpnlrs eutli that will can gu out nguln iwt t pud of patter trallcil to the A lu hug. iWur of the Itnpleim'Ut ivstiil by the agriculture) engineers nt the Missouri Collegu of .tgrlctilturn as a mighty handy tnciuw of Jotting down what l ita nch iimchluti Then on n rainy day or In tlio slack done. Hystoro season the work can on .farms may not yltld as big proftt aa It does In fiiciiiHin, but It pays nevertheless. I He a Good Oxy- - Acetylene . . He a flood )! nvary Vclder - 4-- Automobile Mechanic ma-chi- flve-celi- hal Y. M. 0. A. AUTO. SCHOOL L.OUMBV1LUE, Good Positions Good Piiy Wo Train You Quickly ami luuiuuKui)- in. uur anops New I)y atwl NIrIU CIuSSvh Starting Norn Wriu IsmmJUUI r.r l ull Idwnail KENTUCKY BUILDING IN SASKATCHEWAN About 300 Mils of Road In Course ol Construction to Cost at Laast aeo,ooo. Road work totaling ahmit 'J00 mllet and costing ut Uast I'JOD.OUO, Is now In course of coustiuctlon, or about - bo commenced, In Kaskatchewaii as part of the federal aid scheme. Howe of the work Is belug don un der contract awartlel by the Sakut department of highways, chewan while other set lions aro being cu structed by dpartiiii'iital day labot t- MONEY TO LOAN on good city property at 6 per ceat. Tali laitltHtlon caraed 6 per ceat lut year Good life lavcitMeat. Iavestlgite 2 If you also desiro the Sunday Herald add $2.50 to your remittance. Order your subscription through THE CENTRAL RECORD LANCASTER, KY. Thi Lannstir Byildiot & Loan 3. B. ROBINSON, ( ASSOCIATION. ImmtmL PmMatWai. g. HOPPJCB, iM't. a Tw. Th Central Record. Lancaster. Ky. Thursday, Feb 2, 1922 2 "BREO IN HLOOD SAVE MONEY WHEN YOUHC ENJOY IT IN AFTER LIFE Young men who would enter the decline of life In com forUblo circumstance- -, should begin to mvo now. The approval modern mcthoj of avlng Ii a saving account In the home bank. Thl bank Invite young mm anil young women to Join it family of saving depositors. One dollar open a avlni account, and any sum mny be deposited thereafter. THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. Capital $50,000. Surplus $50,000. Honor Roll Dank for the machine. Those In another community are planning to buy a machine J. 8. Clifton, II. YV. Farm And Home News From Over Kentucky Corn, dairy, hog, clover, wheat and poultry problems are scheduled to receive special attention from farmers in the Chcsnut Orove community of Taylor county during the comlnir year, according to a program of work which they have just completed in cooperation with County A Kent J. U Miller. 'Ilighbaugh " and 'hale Smith, Oldham county farmers, are planning to keep record on their farm operations during the coming year in with County Agent 0. II. Nance, to show how farming may be put on a business basis. Farm boys' and girl in Campbell county are showing an Increased interest in Junior agricultural club work, according to a report of County Agent II. F. Link. More than 230 of them have been enrolled to carry on some club project during the coming year. Owen county famrers are using cooperation In" supplying the limestone needs of their soils. One limestone pulverizing machine, which is being used already has crushed 1.000 tons of stone for far mers In three communities of the! county, while farmers in three other communities have their stone ready In order to reduce the usual amount of dilTiculty in getting n good yield of potatoes from their aecond crop, 20 farmers In Owen county arc planning to use certified seed this year, according to a report of County Agent I). P. Morris. Taylor county farmers aro planning a county Duroc Jeirey hog sale to be held next fall as the first venture of its kind ever tried In the county, according to County Agent J. L. Miller. Several different com munities in the county will Join In promoting the sale. is a popular exercise. especially when the sheriff Is close;' behind. Fait walking Mr. John Purcell la Improving. Mr. Cecil Walker has pneumonia Mrs. W. M. Simpson Is III nt this writing. Miss Suanna Mac N'aylor hna a ac Is vere cold. Look Mr. Kobert Ray was a guest Thurs day night of Mr. Stanley Foster. Like a The little daughter of Mr. and 0 Elbert Preston has pneumonia. lips, a good Mr. Who dors not want red Mrs. Harry Eaton and children clear, healthy complexion and bright, I spent Friday with Mrs. W. M. llaker. eyes? Some people have such wonderful I Mr. Stanley Foster spent n few ly gooil health nothing scema to hurt uaya recently witn Mr .icoticri itay. Miss Virginia Hay was a visitor them. Others could ao easily have fine color nnd more strength and rig- Friday of her lister, Mrs. C. K. Nay or If they would help nature with Jt. Oude's It is n splenMr. and Mrs. Claud Itolton are re did Iron tonic that physicians have Joking "over the arrival of n little prescribed for thirty year. It I not girl. an experiment. It is not merely a Mrs. Llgc Itolton spent a few day temporary help, because it makes last week with Mr. nnd Mrs. Claud plenty of red blood and, ns everybody Ilolton. knows, red blood is the only aurc Mrs. W. M. Lane was nt the bed foundation of permanent health and side of little (Catherine Preston last n atrcngth. of Get night. your druggist and take It a few Thursday Mrs. J. W. Dally nnd son were the weeka nnd sec how much better you feel and look. Sold In liquid and nftcnioon guests Wednesday of Mrs, Nannie Hny. tablet form. Advertisement. Mr. Luther Murdctto purchased the LOVP farm of Mr. Ituvell Humphrey nt 40 an acre. Mr. Jim Matthew spent Sunday Mr. Willie Simpson of Lancaster with Mrs. L. I. Matthew. was a visitor Saturday night and Sun Mr. S. N. Sanders was with Mr. day of Mr. Stanley Foster. and Mrs. Win. S. Itay Sundny. Mr. and Mrs. Casey Nnylor were Jeasc Kay of Lancaster, la moving entertained Sunday nt the home of to Frank Hay's home place here. Mr. and Mr. John Yntcr. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Casey visited Mrs. J. W. Daily was n visitor Frl Mr. and Mrs. J. It. Spark Sunday. day of her sister, Mrs. Claud Uol Mr. Tevls Preston has been visit ton and Miss Agne Hap Ing Mr. and Mrs. Squire T. Whit Tankage, Molatiet, Dairy Feed, taker. Horse and Mule Feed. Caryieted Salt Tonic Blocks will Hudson St Farnsu. keep your stack In good condition. Mr. Harry Lane had the mlsfor Hudson A Farnau. tunc to get his collar bone broken Mr. and Mrs. Fred Snyder and last week, his friends will be sorry baby visited Mr. and Mrs. Win. S. to know. Itay Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Ike Duncan were afternoon guests of Mr and Mrs. Squire T. Whittakcr. GET COLOR INTO YOUR PALE CHEEKS JUDSON 0L0 KENTUCKYit VIL.U, Your If Your Face Fortune Don't Bankrupt Hcplaca your scrub and grade sire with good Join tho "Hotter Sire, Better Stock" campaign. TBLL purebred. What about this trio of herd boars? champion. KING PILOT NO. 457,531, by the Pilot, the "KENTUCKY "KENTUCKY CATTLE We own more BLACK-CAP world', boar in the world. RANGER," sired by the largest CHECKERS," CATTLE if. your move. CATTLE AND block-cnp- s than any herd in Kentucky. BLACK-CA- P Young stock cither sex for sale at all times. Visitors always welcome. ROYALTY NO. 253,797 GARRARD NO. 283,601, "Herd Bull." Prpto-Mangn- Dixie Stock Farms. SANDERS BROS. & AMON, PROP. LANCASTER, KY. Pcpto-Mnnga- Extra Lamb Feed Produces Cheaper And Faster Gains Sheep owners who, give their lambs n little extra feed at this time of the year will profit from the cheaper and faster gains which the animals arc able to make, experienced flock owners say. While It Is usually best to crack the grain for young lambs, those that arc five or six week old prefer to do tho grinding themselves, the sheep men say. This system of feeding mny be started when the lambs are from 10 to 1C days old. A good grain ration may be made from two parts of ground corn, two parts of ground oats, one part of linseed oil meal and ono part of r, wheat bran .according to I. J. sheep specialist at the Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Sat tion. Clover or alfalfa hay makes a good aupplcmcnt for the grain ration. In order to keep the ewes awny from the Iambs and their feed, a corner of the barn may be fenced off and n creep with horizontal openings constructed for the young animals. Frequent washings with lime-watwill keep the troughs clean enough for the lambs which do not eat well if these arc allowed to be come dirty. ' Hor-lachcer i W. 0. RIGNEY W. B. DICKERSON W. 0- - RIONEV & CO. Pimples Keep Young Men Down! Capital $50,000.00 Surplus $60,000.00 Honor Roll Bank. 4 per cent p'aid on time posits. Call and aee us. J. J. Walker, President. t. Funeral Directors unci Embalmers OfllcelPhone 18. Resiilenre I MT. HEBRON deMiss Kate Holtzclaw was In Danville shopping Saturday. Mr. Earl Grow sold to Mr. E.lgar Duncan n horse, price 9176. Mr. N P.rcwitt, of Nina, is teaching n singing class at thla place. 41 lone i'.i. Lancaster, Docking Lambs Raises Their Value on Market Kentucky. quality of meat and ore not discriminated against on the mnrket, sheep specialist say. In docking, the tall should be cut off about one inch from the body by means of a knife, pruning shears or docking pinccr. In castrating lambs, the end of the scrotum should be cut off and the testicles and attached cord pulled out. The operations are complete after a small amount of disinfectant has been TEEfcnEBBC-i-i- L W. F. Champ, W. O. Klgney, Aaa't. to the President L. (J. Davidson, Cashier. J. L. (Ml, Assistant Cashier. W. F. Miller, Assistant Cashier. Mrs. Naomi Hamilton, Teller. TW7" Make Women. Too. a Puxxlel Ho w S. S. S. Stops Skin Eruption Positively. CITIZENS NATIONAL LANCASTER. KY. BANK. L Corner Public Squnic nntl Danville Street. FARMERS SHOULD RAISE MORE GOOD UTILITY HORSES Federal Authorities State That Horses Are More Ecenemical an Farms Than Motorized Tractors or Trucks An Infusion of Thoroughbred Hood Gives Spirit, Vigor And Endurance To Ail Breeds bred blood giving spirit, Igor and eat durance to the colder breed. c,torgff Ijine, heml of a 1.6fX),000 much In Canada, In a recent letter to Wajne Dlnsmore. Secretary of tho Horse Association of America, merchant and tha farmer. After a said : curtly riprrinirnt Ilia horsa Is com"I have cnwvd Thorouchbreft aire ing Into his own, displacing the on broncho mare: on hleh grade motorized truck and tractor, partlc Clydesdale mam; on mares si rod by ularly on the farm, where It lias been 1'ercheron stallions out of broncho conclusively demonstrated that there dams; on mure that were or Ti Is economy In breeding a suitable type I'erchcron; and whenever I had a of horse for a varied agricultural pure bred I'orrhcron mare that' would not settle to' u I'ercheron sire, I bred service. At a recent meeting In Chicago of her to a thonmehbrcd sire, and the Ilorso Association of America, II. usually got such mares In foal, the re C. Taylor, Chlof of the federal suit being a crossbred thoroiixhhrod llureau of Farm Markets, presented I'ercheroii. We haa bred tho female some Interesting figure, the result produce resulting from these various of offlclal Imcatlsation. proving that cruise to both thoroughbred and sires, so that mo have horses are moro economical In every IVrcheron Held of operation on farms than the horM carrying various decree of bloml from Ji to motorized tractor or trurk. thoroushbrod of varioua type Computed on feed prlcvs, tha bred from mare From long exCost of power per acre, according to and blood strain. the U. X. Department Undines, Is 11.37 perience In the use of such horse, for plowing with horse a compared aud our actual breeding operations, with ll.r.' with tractors; disking. 31c I know that the thoroughbred cms with horses and .Wo with tractors; on any draft tnaro increases ouallty, disking In combination, Sic with endurance, mid length of life. horses as against .VJc with tractors ; The manufacture of mechanical moharrowing ISfc with horse aa acalnst th e power nlreudy bus caused un 3Uc Willi tractors; drawing hay load drsjln upon our available enormou er, fCc with horsea and Die with labor resources, so that every time a tractors, and drawing grain binder, fanner, or buslnrs man, buys a mechanical power unit which ho does 31c with horse. .V.c with tractor. iM.i!,nliiil mnllen not absolutely need, Iih Is simply bid Thn vnlttA power Is clearly recognised by tho ' dlug up the labor market against himbut self. Nor can tho market fur coma Horse AMsoclutlon of America, Inquiry, grains be left out of consideration. after a thorouch nation-widIt has been shown that tho enforced Tho displacement of horsea occurring displacement of tha horse In farm In the jeurs 11)10 to lltt), destroyed work ha been xieiislve to the un annual market for over 1KI million fanner and haa Increased 111 cost of bushels of oats, TO million bushels of million ten of hay com and living to every family In America. Tha various Ktata Asrlrultural Co- mora than the average total export llege, particularly lu the coatral west, per year on these Item. The curtail am strewing the polat that horse meet of city demand cuts off not only should be bred for the deflalt qual-itl- e the outlet for surplus. 'arm horsea, but wtdrh Hand th last of long, thla great market tor staphs fans bard service, aa tsfuaton of thorough- - products. Tlicro U uow a rocognliett "horse, tone" wbore short hauls and frequent stops are nerci-sar- y In both city and country Into which tho truck and tractor cannot enter and connate with the horse without loa to tlio llro-stoc- k it e per cent Protein Cotton Seed rtmplM and skin eruptions have, a trice, you pay lor oery pustule, Meal for sale. Hudson & Farnau. I black-hea- d ami pimple on your facf. and prevent Misses Edna and Geneva Dean, of nmrlea IwoOura prejudicemay be gold. pnwperltjr. Your heart visiting relatives here. Jessamine, are Mr. and Mrs. Edd Grow were with a. n. n. win ma Tea Mrs. Ucttie Uogers In Danville Wed f lb Ottilia riat-nesday. jaBS J Mrs. Wm. Onstott and Miss Zclda visitor in Onstott were week-en- d Lancaster. .Messrs. George and Irvine Duncan of Indianapolia are guests of rein tives here for a few dayr. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Harrod spent with Mr. and Mr. F. the week-en- d F. Cummings at Prcnchcrsvillc. Mrs. A. S. Dean and son, Irvin, but who want to kiss eruption? were in Lexington Thursday to see limply men don't look like the owners ct anythln. limply women, too, aro her sister, Mr. Sallle Jennings. puxslea, with no proapecU and no power. Toung men ami women, here's Mr. and Mrs. Steve Walker and lit the josltlva way out. rhyslca an. I tle son, of Judson, were with Mr. and purgative will falL What you nee.1 ! a, scientific H. R 8. Mis. F. W. Montgomery' Sunday. Is on of tho mot powerful tlestrorera of blow! Impurities. You can prove this. Mrs. II .K. Montgomery and daugh In a short time, a R H. ha been Iftsed on ly a Jury of millions of peoter, lona, spent Friday with her moth ple 'tut Ilk jrouraelf. It la considered cr, Mr. Mary A. Sanders, near tne of the most powerful veicetatilo Mood.purlflera ami In Marksbury. existence. Thst'a why you hear of so many underweight people putting on, Mr. W. U Grow, who has been lost fleah In a hurry. hy you hear of so confined to her home for .some many rheumatic being free. from this H. course, R months from an operation is able to R R R with seaRyour Start today with and face clear and your ktn Bet ruddier, your flesh be out again. firmer. It will lvo you a. boost In your R There were eight of the pupils career. InRtwo R l sold at all Urusr torva. slsea. Tho larger sUo from Mt. Hebron consolidated school fs the mora economical. who took examinations for diplomas Friday and Saturday. BUCKEYE Mr. and Mr. Harrison Dean and Misses Sallle Noel Is improving. children anjl Mrs. A. S. Dean were guest aof Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Dean 41 per cent Protein Cotton Seed at Little Hickmnn Friday. Meal for sal. Hudson & Farnau. Mr. and Mrs. II. It. Montgomery' Miss Dorothy Whittakcr, of NIcho and children and Mr. nnd Mrs. Edd lasville, si visiting Mr. It. V. San Grow and daughter, wero guesta of dcr. Mr. nnd Mr. Tho. Hick Sunday. Miss Martha Curtis, of Ilryants. The baby of Mr. and Mrs. Col ville, is v'siting Misses Ethel Ka' and man Osborne was intered in the Mt. Hebron cemetery Sunday afternoon.. same i.ou i eater. Mrs. Unymond Itublc, of Danville, much aymputhy Is extended the be visited her aistcr, Mr. W. V. Long, reuved parents. Wednesday until Saturday. Messrs. David and George Logan, from Preaching Saturday afternoon at of LaVeta, Colo., and Decatur, III Sundny School Sunday morn who have been spending several 2:30. week with Messrs. W. L. nnd Edd Ing nt 10:15 and preaching at 11:00 Grow, returned Thursday to Decatur. o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. 1. C. Jenkins and On Friday, Feb. lOth., at 7:30 P. M. there will be a play given at the son, and Mr. T.' O. Hill, spent Sun Mt. Hebron High School Auditorium, day and Monday In Oanvillu with entitled, "Tho Lost of the Earth." Mr. Walker Ufadshaw. Mr. and Mr. Walter Grow wero A drama In four acts by (Catherine Kavanaugh. The admission will be In Lexington Saturday to seo Mis 25ct. to all who occupy eat. Tick Mayme Sebastaln, who is there for eta will be on snlo several daya beforo treatment. Her friend are glad to hand. See any of tha high school know ihi' Is Improving. pupil and purchase your ticket ear Mr. Frank Land and Mr. Lcnxy ly. To those who purchase their Kay, who aro ill, are about the same. tlcketa before Friday, Feb. 10th., Thomas Long, the little, sen of Mr, seats will be reserved until 7 P. M. and Mr. Dave Long, who was hurt Everybody come and help your school by a horse falling with him Is Improvmake it success, ing . pte-ri- Mr. A. t!oo!-elennse- r. flceli-bulM- Failure to dock their lambs and otherwise care for them before sending them to the market Is responsible for large losses sulTered each year by Kentucky sheepmen, according to L. J. Horlncher, in charge of the sheep work at the Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station, Lambs which have received this care bring from ono to three cents a pound more Uoth on the principal markets. L.oans, Loans operation may bo performed at once Loans, after the Iambs ye from seven to on 14 days old. A bright, clear day is best for the work, according to the FARM LANDS specialist. In addition , to the higher price j Liberal w hich they bring, docked 'Iambi have n blockicr appearance, aro cleaner VORIS & MOULDER and less liable to be Infected with BURGIN, KY. maggots nnd contribute toward giving the flock n uniform appearance. Office, Citizens Bank & Trust Company. Castrated lambs fatten more quick ly than do others, they have a better (tf.) Appraisements ARE YOUR CHILDREN EXTRAVAGANT? interfere with the development of its character. Extravnjrance breeds idleness and a lack of appreciation of values. A pampered and overindulg. ed child can never really experience those joys and pleasures that aro tho birthright of childhood. You will not rej-rit if you require your children to earn their money and then to savo a part of it. Teach them thrift. Let them open an account with us. We'll bo glad to have them call at any et ter how To allow a child to become extravagant, no matwell-o- n tho parents may be, is to seriously time. 0m 4 PER CENT ON TIME AND SAVINGS DE. POSITS. The Garrard Bank & Trust Co LANCASTER, KY. We sell travelers Cheques, which are good in the United States and all foreign countries. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, Feb 2, 922 I The following was clipped from a Hnptist church paper and Is reprinted for the thoughtful consideration of seme of our local merchants: Weak AdvertUin; 1 Pet. .1:15 Matt. 12:44. Phil. 1:27. advertising Herman Roscnflotd, manager for Sears, Roebuck & Co., to quoted by a newspaper as saying! "We have a bureau whose duty It is to read each week the country newspapers from all over the country. There is not a paper of any eissequeflcp in our trade territory that our bureau dec not get. This bureau took ever these papers nnd when wc find n town where the mer May ttffe express our thanks to all chant are not advertising in the who showed us so many kindnesses went pper wc immediately flood in the Iom of our father nnd hus that territory with our literature. It band, George Aldridge. always brings result far in exee Wife and Family. of the same .effort put forth In ter The man without vices is to be piti- ritory where the local merchant arc using their local papers." ed. He has no brains. n, very and cut hi nrr glad that he H able to bo back in school again. One of the Eighth Grade boy hu the mump. If wc arc not careful, wo all will be going around with the "big head." The primary room Rave an Interesting chapel program Tuesday morning. Mr. Price wa called to Louliville Saturday for a few day. Mis Rals-tothe nwtistnnt principle, is teaching hi room. Mrs. Carter la teaching the 8th. grade. Buckeye School Notes Merchants, Read Tommy Long' horse fell with him This And Get Busy Up badly, but wc GUY. Mr. Wm. Merida continues quite 111. Assignee's Sale der rendered at it Feb. lt, term, 1022, in the nbove styled causo the undersigned will on TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 21st. 1922, of Garrard, Lincoln & Adjoining Counties at about 10:30 A. M sell to the high-ebidder on the premise about four miles from Ilucna Vista, on the High Bridge pike, In Gnrrnrd County, KenTho rccoivitiK plnntsof tho Hurley Tobacco tucky tfto following described propGrowers' Association nt Lancaster will erty: handle crop numbers That trnct of land in Garrard County, Kentucky, on the waters of Dix River, beginning at a stake in the 86 TO 183 INCLUSIVE. center of the Buenn Vista and Dix pike rond, said stake being River turn FOR THE WEEK STARTING FEBRUARY Gth S. IS degrcw, E. 30 links, from a tree and being comer to "Jim thorn WATCH THIS PAPER EACH WEEK FOR Baughmiin nnd Orpha Ruble; thence YOUR NUMBER. with Ruble' line the center of the pike, S.' SI 1 degrees, E. 7 poles All those holding these numbers must phone and 18 link to a stake in the pike.j Lancaster NTo 505 between tho hours of 8 A. M. and corner to the land of Mr. Hill; Ave 1. JL, for a DEFINITE DATE FOR DELIVERY. thence with her line with tho fence, S. 11 degree. W. 102 poles to a, DO NOT BRING tobneco before betntf jrivon a tdnck onk stump, with ash pointer on DEFINITE DATE, ns we ennnot receive it unions you top of the river cliff; thence with thej hnve been plvon A DATE FOR DELIVERY. top of cliff, N. 62 2 degrees. West 3f poles; thence N. 814 degrees, W. Drill your tobacco ON THE STICK. 38 poles; thence S. 08 degrees, W 10 poles; thence N. 78 degrees, W 1 1 poles, (tossing an old fence, in all BURLEY TOBACCO GROWERS 14 poles to n black oak on top of, degrees, W. 24 elhT; thence S. 80 ASSOCIATION pole to a blnck oak nnd sugar tree, thence N. IS degrees, E. 20 4 poles' JOHN M. FARRA, Manager, Lcnf Dept., Lnncnstcr, to a stake in the Perkins ford road;! thence with the road N. 45 degrees,! K. 14 poles; thence N. 78 H degree, hi 10 pole; N. 01) degrees, E. 121 polos; N. 64 degrees, E. 18 poles to. a corner on a reck near top of cliff, Notice. Notice. thence N. 8 degrees, K. 08 poles to n stake In the Saw Mill Branch; thence All persons having claims against All person having claims aga.nsl with the meanders of a branch N. the Ute of James N. Locker, will " (10 degree. K. 10 N. 87 de - 1 ayBe- wiU Pr"jnt " we, PreP present same properly proven to the p4s, N. 64 degrees. greo. E. 7 pole to a large rock in a erljr proven, on or before February undersigned or my atternays, Rabin E. 20 branch, thence '. 83 E. 13 pole :8th., 10 lit. All person owing Mhl son and Kauffman. Th indebted to an ash on the east bank or branch estate, please settle at once to said deceased, phrase make payami corner to the lands of Joseph Rebecca William, Kxeeutrix. ment to me at ante Hack; thence with uack's line with Jamos I. Hamilton, Executor. the fence, S. 30 degrees, east 20 pole to the corner of a wire fence; degrees. E. 22 poles thence S. 41 Notice. In Re Of to a stake at an oak; thence N. 12 4 degrees, K. 33 poles ami 20 links Those who bought geed from the to a hackberry; thence N. 40 B. S .Ruble, Assigned de wagon on the treet last Monday and grees, h. 31 poles to n stone on hereby the wast Wc of a branch, thence N. failed to pay for same are Notiee Is hereby given that the 72 2 degrees, K. 6 poles to an warned to pay sasse promptly as the undersiicned, as aosigtiee of B. S. oak; thenee N. 53 degree, E. 2 1 parties are known and wUt bo prose-pol- o Rvfeie, will sit to receive claim to n stake in the pike and cor-- . eute,i if m9A. a IMt returned r aoaistot said estate at ten e'ehtok A ner to the land of Morgan Prior; paid for. W. T. King. M., on thence with the center of the pike, the IStfa. day sf February. S. 42 degrees, il. 42 pole. S. IBM. in the office of the Hank of 48 degrees, K. 30 p4es to a Notice. Rryantsvilto, in Garrard County, stake in th pike, corner to Prior and Ilaughman, thenee with Baughman's Pursuant to an order of the Gar- KentBcky. All prsa having claim de- rard County Court aH clam line center of the pike S. 30 against against said estate will pmsont them, grees. E. H polos, S. 10 degrees, the estate of W. K. WMttaker, will properly verified, at the above namK. 27 pok. S. 41 degrees. B. l ed time and place. 21 poles to the beginning .containing be presented to me at the CWiens R. P. Brawn, Bank of Iiaeaster, Ky., wi 1S1 acres, being the same land con- National Assignee of B. S. Ruble. veyed by J. L. Chrostopher and oth- or before Feb. 9th., 19S2, properly ers, heir of J. T. Christopher, proven by law. to B. S. Ruble, by deed dated L. C. Davidson, Assignee of Executors Nov. 8th., 1016, and recorded in the W. E. Whlttaker. Garrard County Clerk's office In Deed Book 34, page 512. 1,) The object of the sale is to settle the estate of B. S. Ruble, assigned, Dissolution Notice and to pay the mortgage lien of with interest from March To whom It may concern: The undersigned, as executor of 2 tth.. 1920 at six per cent per annum, Notice is hereby given by the ma- James Locker, deceased, will on Satdue J. C. William. of Masonic urday, Feb. 4th., at ten o'clock sell The purchaser will be required to jority of stockholder assume the payment of a mortgage Building Association, resolved that at public aoctien the real and per note dated Dec. 3 lit, 1019 and for sonal property belonging to tho deof nald the sum of $7,000,00 nnd bearing in- the Boaid of Director close it business as pro- ceased. Sale will take place at the terest at the rate of G 2 per cent late residence of James Locker. per annum from July 1, 1921, until vided by law and Is hereby done paid and duo January 1, 1024. Said Property to be sold consist of liveMasonic Building Association, mortage executed by B. S. Ruble to J. R. Haseldan, Pre. stock, farming implements, and hia the Mntual Benefit Life Insurance John M. Farm, Sect. farm land. Terms made known on Co. of Newark, New Jersey, and for' day of sale. 1.) the balance of the purchase price the James I. Hamilton, Executor. will he rsqulred to give Iiurchaser good security due in six It is quite true that hard road and twelve months from date of sale, will be the making of this country, payable to the undersigned bearing but wc will first have to make the Wanted-Youn- g six cent interest from dato until paid and secured by a loin on the road. AS OUR land. R. P. Brown. Aigne Lancaster Representative of B. S. Ruble. We positively will not permit fox G. C Walker. Attorney. Must be energetic, tactful and hunting or hunting of any character All or part time. ExModern dancing, they say, is to or trospajJng on our farm. Any perience not neenseary, but we prebe reformedpossibly by calling It violators wilt be porsoouted fer someone with High School eduby another name. J. S. Schooler, Edgnr Price, W. A. cation and artistic taste. Write us Don't be too quick to cenauro thc Price, Joe Criscillis, T. J. Prie, IL fully. Ktkin,,B. M. Uar. fellow who goo around without a. I. (Othsr name will lie added upon haU Perhaps he ha nothing to (tf.) 900 W. Market St. LouI.yIII., Ky. tha paimont of 2& cento) covir. st 3-, I ' i I 2 -2 S-- 4, 1- -2 Master Hcrchcll Yantls Is very ill with pneumonia. Miss Beulah Yatcr Is visiting rein tlvcs In Stanford. Mr. Green Foley visited Mr. nnd Mrs. J. P. Foley last Wednesday. Mr. Tom Turner w,ho hnd tonso litis badly the past week Is Improv ing. GARRARD COUNTY COURT On Petition, R. P .Brown, Assignee. By virtue of a judgment nnd or- To Tha Tobacco Growers Card Of Thanks. Generally speaking, lawsuits arc the mod expensive kind of suits to have. PAINT LICK Mrs. B. J. Skaggs Is on the sick writing. Clever people sustain their reputa- list at this Rev. B. J. Skaggs preached at tion by having tittle to say. Don't prldo yourself on the num- Preachers ville last Sunday. Mies Grace Hall left Friday to enber of yeur friends. Even the devil is not without them. ter Normal at Bowling Green. 41 per cent Protein Cotton Seed Meal for le. Iludaon & Farnau. Mrs. H. J. Patrick had ns her visiClassified Column tors Sunday Mr .and Mrs. J. N. Den- i RATES i ny. Mr. E. M. Roop nnd family were guests Sunday of Mr .and Mrs. Tom Single insertions lc a word No ad taken for less than 20c in this column. No ads in this column charged. Royburn. Misses Rculah and Evcric Edwards guests of Miss Elizawere week-en- d Seven Insertions for the price of five. Phone orders must be paid promptly. Fine feeding hay for Hudton "la & cheap. Faroau. Office rooms for rent on second floor. Citizens National Dank. TO LOAN: One good pair of Only mules. coming responsible party need apply. Haiclden Bros, three-year-old f) FOR SALE: One fresh Jersey cow, with first calf. Gentle and an extra good milker. J. K. Robinson. (tf.) FOR RENT: Four rooms suitable for light housekeeping. U. M. Burgess, Paint Lick. the sick list Miss Geonrbt Dunn is visitine her brother, Mr. J. L. Dann. FOR SALE: Pure White Wyon Mr. Arthur Evans, of Burgin is dotte roosters, Kentucky Experiment visiting his sister, Mrs. C. O. Ruble. Station Strain. Guaraatecd to be absolutely pure stock. Mr. Will Rutledge and .Mr. Roy Sirs. J. Hogan Ballard. Phone 28, Williams were in Lancaster Thurs Bryantsville, Ky. day. Mr. Roscoe Hamilton visited Mis I havo leased the old Arnold stable Elizabeth Hutchison of Troy Satur on Public Square and am going to day night. run strictly a hitch and feed stable. Mr. Taylor Scott, of Lexington, I intend to stay there and attend to was a recent guest of hi parents, Mr. your stock at all tlmos. Give me and Mrs. Elijah Scott. 1I. n L. Cobb. It. Mr. Reuben Overstreet wo a re FOR SALB:-So- me fancy Thoro-lirrcent guost of hls'sister, at Lancaster, Owen Farm, Thompklns' Strain the latter part of the week. S. C. Rhode Island Red Roosters, alMessrs. Riley and Roburt Harnett, io eggs from same strain. Prices of I'erryvllle, were recent gueta of reasonable. Call ami see, phone or their aunt, Mrs. G. II. Ruble. write Mr. Fred Hall, Mrs. Louis Cognr has returned to ftf.) Paint Lick,, Ky. her homo at High H ridgy after a tay with her mother. few day Hemstitching and pleoting attaeh-maMr. W. IL Johnson, of Ohio, has works on any sowing machine, returaod to his home after a short j easily adjusted. Priee 12.50 with rislt with his sister, Mrs. J. H. Mayes. full Instructions. Mr. A. J. Back, Mr. Uabcn Najlor", Oriental Novelty Co., Manse Presbyterian Christian En and Mr. Raymond Mayas made iui Box 11, Carpus Christt, Texas. . '.. . . T . .! I deavor invited the Christian Endeav . or of the Christian church at Paint Miss Ella Buckley and Miss Ma- rAt It agate trtming prices net Lik to visit them Send ay evening. CrutchfleUI have ben nbcnt from'. A reduction in alt linos Manse put on a vary itemting pro tha customers. staves, gram, which was enjoyed by all who school a fuw days on account of nuk of goods. Ptew. harrows ' no. harness, saiMlos, colters, hnmes, and wore present. returned i Mr. WUlard Brovm hn goods. We Wc have the truces. The remains of Mrs. Splllman, who want the money more than wc do had been making her home in Colo home after several week' viit with of different Oliver Plows, S0 nnd rndo for several years, were brought friend and relative the goods. $15, Buggy and wagon nnd Gas En- back here for burial this week. Mrs. place. Mrs. J. R. Abner ha returned gine cheap. Anaconda and White Splllman wn at one time a resident Rock cockerels. Allumlnum ware at of Paint Lick nnd will be remember home from Lexington, where he at tho funeral of her nunt, Mrs. cost. Turning Plows at $13.50. cd by several of the older people. tended J. R. MOUNT & CO. She was a wife of Dr. Spillman, who Luclla Lear. preceded her to the grave several Toko fresh heart, brother. The Clover year ago. Uoccaseu was aimosi vv noal bin will soon be a years of age. And Honey Later Mrs. Splllman' remain Tho matrimonial market, at least, Why sow red clover, when you can will reach Lancaster Saturday after can go up without raising a storm. the noon, and will be buried at Old Paint buv iweet clover for one-haIt' about time for the men to get price, which ! better. Special sacrlfl Lick cemetery Sunday afternoon at together and formulate new style in ed iced direct from grower. Price two o'clock. dres. Knee breeches and bare leg and circular! free. . Also price on start And now they claim that' prohlbl would make a fair season' A. SHEEHAN JOHN pure honey. Falmouth, Ky. Hon U keeping price up. It I of toward exhibiting their masculine R. D. No. 4 . (IL-pd- .) d, nt Bur-ehel1 T-It-p- d. WANTED: Man with to sell low priced GRAHAM TIRES. $130 per week and commissions. GRAHAM TIRE CO., Boulevard , Benton Harbor, Mich. cr beth Conn. Mr. Robert Breckcnridgc of Lexington, is the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Woods Walkor. Mrs. Wm. Kstridge spent several days with Mr. Jas. B. Wood at Lan caster recently. Mesdames It. G. Weed and R. J. Walker wore dinner guest Wednes day of Mrs. Wood Walker. Mr. and Mrs. U. M. Burgess and children were guests Sunday of Mr. J. M. Meicnlf and family In Stanford Mr. and Mr. II. J. Chestnut and children were guests of Mr.nd 31rs. Luther Peyton In Lancaster Sundny night. The Paint Lick Poultry Club will hold Its monthly meeting Wednesday, Feb. 8th., at 2 o'clock in the School Chapel. Miss Nannie Sloan, who has been on the sick list is back nt her school work to the gratification of her many friends. Messrs. R. G. Woods and W. E. Estridge were in Richmond Monday to see the opening of the tobacco market. Mesdames R. J. Walker and II. J. Patrick sane a duette at the Christian Endeavor at the Presbyterian church Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Luther GIbbs and Mrs. J. E. Elmore and Mrs. Robt. Walker were the guest of Mrs. Woods Walker last Thursday. The ladies of the Christian Church met nt the home of Mrs. W. O. Anderson Thursday afternoon and or ganized a Ladies Aid Society with twelve members enrolled. Mrs. Walter Centers entertained Sunday Rev. Boyd Clayton, of Lexington, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Anderson, Mis Georgia Dunn, Mr. and Mr. Thomas Co met t nnd family. Mis Colette was in Lexington the first of the week attending the Farm and Home Convention at the College of Agricultural University of Ken tucky, where she was in the program. Miss Georgia Dunn, Field Secre tary of Christian Endeavors gave a splendid lecture to the society at the Christian church Friday evening and l. was the guest of Mis Emms Mr. John D. White wns the visitor recently of Mr. nnd Mrs. Marcus White. Miss Anna Mne Kldd spent last week with Mr. nnd Mrs. James Kldd of Bryantsville. Mr. Z. T. Rice, Sr., of Richmond, spent Thursday with hi son, Harry D. Rite, Kq. Mr. and Mrs. Dell Khld spent Sun day In Lancaster, guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Peace. Mr. Crlt Turner spent the week-en- d with Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Smith, of the Lexington road. Mr. W. T. Sutton was n visitor Saturday of Mesdames Carrie David so ami Guy Davidson. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Walker hnd for their Sundny visitors Mr. and Mrs. Roy Prathor nnd children. Miss Mary Brown, of Bryantsville, spent the wsek-en- d with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Brown. Mr. and .Mrs. W. G. Clark spent Thursday with Mr. nnd Mrs. Milton Ward nnd Mrs. C. R. Henry. Mr. Henry Yatcr Is in Stanford with her mother, Mrs. P .C. Prichctte, who ixs real slok with pneumonia. Mr. John Morris of RoekeaMIc county ha returned heme nftor a visit with Mr. ami Mrs. A. N. Merida. Messrs. W. T. Sutton, A N. Merida, and James Yanti were dinner guests of Mr. ami Mr. Milton Ward and C. h. Henry- Mrs. C. R. Henry, Mlssos Stella Henry and Thelmn Wilson and Mr. Tom Want, were shoppers in Lexington Friday. Mr. and Mr. Henry Tuttle, Misses Lucy and Nolle Turner and Mollie Barnes spent Sundny with Miss Fan nie Merida. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Scott, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Turner were Sunday visitors of Mr and Mr. Jim Cox, of the Crob Orchard road. Red, Aliibe, Sapling, Long White Sweet Clover Seed, Rape Seed, Ken ucky Recleaned Blue Gran, Red Top and Orchard Craat Seed. Hudton & Farnau. Mrs. C. R. Henry and little son, Messrs. J. P. Foley, Wm. Stell nnd Wm. Brencr were visitors Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. James Yanti and Her chell Estate 3-- 1- -2 -2 3-- 1- 1- -t S-- ed -4 0, Of Sale Of Real And Personal Property Yanti. BUENA VISTA Mis Bessie Horton is quite ill. Mr. John llurgess still remains on (2-2-- 4 pr Lady Hunters Beware Mcdowell n - r . w. m an -l I C m23 fttrrih rr-nr-" FOR ill t COMPANY Danvllle,Keatucky. 1 nrnc COME TO SEE US DEPENDABLE FURNITURE Sweet has-bee- n. 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