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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): February 9, 1922 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1922 cen1922020901_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 9, 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. THIRTT gKCeD:YKAR LANCASTER. KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON, FEBRUARY 9, 1922. SUBSTANTIAL NUMBER 44. MICKIE SAYS oar-o- f BUSINESS ."TOvw oour YOU SUCKER WWJENOU. OSOtRS rOK JOflk VUOfttU VHECMJDO VRViVtft VMERK V ur ai i Aa WELL AS &PEUDMXM1A0WN WKKE tTl OOHYBfc, 1 LARGE PORTION OF DAVID RANKIN CARDINAL RATTI HUMMING REDUCTION POOL CROP SOLD Dies Suddenly ELECTED POPE At His Bur- - In Light And Power President Stone Says Home Near Marcellus At Warehouses Of Succeeds Benedict XV ley Tobacco Growers "Very SatisPrice Rate For City No death that ha occurred in GarAfter Several Days Lower Grade Trinket To TIm present city council U entitled factory" to a vete of thanks from the light DOES NOT GIVE DETAILS and pewer consuming nubile for a How New Popo Ii Elected ' substantial reduction In the excessive Sukfcrite A large portion of the approxt All the machinery ami workmen , ,hc . (hat hM h rM Cardinal Achllle Ratti, Archbishop mately 200,000,000 pounds of burley at both houses of tho Hurley Tobae- .... of Milan, was proclaimed elected tobacco controlled by tho Hurley co Growers' Association have been An amicable agreement was brought Popo In succession to the late BeneTobacco Grower' running "on high" this week and tho As about with Hnitln Brothers, proprie sociation ha dict XV last Monday morning, fie day been sold at "very growers are more pleated each tors and solo owners of the plnnt, at ha taken the name of Plus XL that they are in the association nf a meeting of the council at IU regular latisiactory prices," and prospect How Pope la Elected. are bright for the early sale of the they eo how the work It handled meeting last Monday night. ter remainder, James C. Stone, president When the Pope I buried a cataand graded and they have received The lower rate is effective from falque Is erected In the center nnve an advance on their tobacco, which February 1st., and continues until and general manager, announced Sat urday. of St. Peter's and absolution promany case has exceeded the en January 1st., 1922. in or until n new Mr. Stone declined to state how nounced in the utual wny by four tiro amount received from the nma franchise Is sold, which will probably Cardinals. iunntlty and quality of tobacco sold be done during this year. The new much has been sold or at what prices saying that he was "not able to make Nearly all of the offloials of the over the breaki here last winter. rate means a reduction of about 25 an intelligent report" nt that tlm Vatican loto their offices with the Since it became known that per cent of tho old rate and is as on the quantity, prices, or the buyers. large part of tho association's tobac death of the Pope. The College of follows: The loaf thus far sold has been CardinnN, in a scries of sessions, seco had been fold ,and from what can For lights, 16 cents, Jess 10 per to several buyers, lect provisional officials, and it take be learned at good pricct. the grow Mr. Stone sal cent If paid by the 10th. of the sucand much of it wa in winter orthem nine day to complctu tho talk. er ore even more enthused and have ceeding month, thus making tho der "We arc very optimistic over In the day of tho temporal power of begun making preparations for the lights cent per kllownt prospects net 13 for tho sale of the entire the Papacy they formerly put In tho eomlng crop. hour; for power, 12 cents, less 10 per crop seen seeond day choosing municipal officiGood Grading Eitenllal with most ef it in winter rent if paid by 10th. of succeeding order," Mr. Stone said. nal for the city of Rome. If every grower of tobacco could month, making the power net 10.8, der is tobacco in loose Winter or The electing of the Pope Is concome and pend one day at these leaf form Thus it will be seen by taking nd Sale in winter order means that the ducted with every safeguard againtt warehouses and seo Just hew their vantage of me discount of JO per redrylng process is in outer interference. During the pertobarco Is grrfded by MeMrs. Duntap cent they have given us tho hands a reduction the buyer. iod of the Conclave every door of the and Blanks, they can see in of about 26 per rent, tho previous Given By moment the importance of separating rate Vatican it guarded, and no one is perfor tho power and light being the various grades, as well at the 16 and 18 cent mitted to approach without n permit WHY respectively. H. S. bearing the tcda vacanito seal of the classification of each grade. This The ordinance is published Is decidedly the mest important work Sacred College of Cardinals. Should Have In this ittue of the Record. The members of the Laneaster of the grower in handling his entire Should n Cardinal, through illness, High School Foot Halt Team gave a crop. be compelled to leave the Vatican With only a few exceptions, most enjoyable banquet at the Purl-ta- n the grading by the growers have during the period of the Conclave, ho last Friday night which was With from six to eight million been dene exceptionally well, but is not permitted to return. ' Each by most every boy of the L. few cale have been found by the of Have Slick peunds of tobacc received each year Cardinal is provided with a throne, II. S. Athletic team. at the two local heutes of the Hurley which he occupies during a Conclave, fietal grader where the grower neg Tobacco Growers Association and The reason for the delay In having leeted this important feature, and as Scheme to Collect ToA ennopy is arranged over the head with many thousand pound this banquet was 'rem the fact that n result lost heavily, at the tobacco being of each Cardinal. Before each they could elect bath a Captain for had to be Judged by the inferior trucked from hero each day, to Dan bacco throne is plnced a table of about one vflle and Lexington for redrying, one the Kate Hall Team this year as well hands feund in that particular basket. yard in length with n silver inkstand as the Captain of the Foot Hall team. If the grower has any eempialnt to Farmers in Garrard county should naturally will ask, "Why not a rodry and all the paper necessary to writAfter the mest enjoyable feed the make ,er should he have cause to look out for a new kind of swindler. er in Lancaster?" If such a plan ing ,a little candlestick, a box of boys present asked J'ref. lloyd to act think that hi tobacco should have They have appeared in Harrison and I ever put on foot, it wilt have th mntches and two sticks of sealing as Chairman of th meeting and they a better grade, he should take this several other counties and arc slick united upport of this paper, togcth Off To wax. immediately went into business ses- up with the olHeial graders at once and dangerous articles. The men er with the Chamber of Commerce Tho ballots arc taken each day, It was unanimously decided and they will gladly explain to hlnj, will call at a farm, representing and we dare say, every business man sion. This Grower one in the morning and the other In that they ask Mr. J. M. McHobert, juit why hi tobacco had to go Into themselves to be connected with the and citixen.of the town. The sue the afternoon. Each Cardinal writes When J. M. Moore brought his to wno in a mo marketing Auociation, and com of- - the auie manner acieu a Th cm.!,. t,n, Hurley the name of his choice nnd hi own as Athletic Director to continue to ever careful, are not infallible, and atk for hand of different grade of plan is an assured fact, and we hope bacco to one of the receiving houses on a slip of paper, which is sealed yesterday, other grower began serve as well, as treasurer of tho will gladly correct any mistakes that tobacco as samples for the Associ- to sec the director of the Hurley and placed in a closed wooden chalAthletic Club. As-- it up and take notice. When Messrs. ice. they mljsht make. If attention is call ation. In many places the swind- Tobacco Growers Messrs. Jack Whltaker and Wood ed to it at that time. ler are supplied with these 'samples' sociatiriti take this mnter Hp and Dunlap and Blanks got through grad When the vote have been tallied Wilmott were atked to act at tho and in consequence they collect in bring it to a reality before another Ing it, they alto sat up and took and it appears that no one has reMany trucks are carrying the low They didn't stop at that ceived the necessary notice. Coaches of the team and they con- grades to Danville for of and time a nice bunch of the weed that tobacco season opens in the fall. they took their hats off to Mr. Moore the total the sented to act. the floors aro being rapidly cleared they can dispose of at agood price, ballots are placed in a and told him it was the best graded brozier at "the back Mr. Cecil, the star bate ball play- of this class of tobacco. leaving the farmer poorer for the MASS of the altar, tocrop of tobacco they had seen this gether er of last season, was elected to lead To Impress the grower more firm hand he has unsuspectingly given with a quantity of straw. season and congratulated him heart! the Hate Hal) team this year. The ly the Importance of grading his own away. If such a request Is made of This brazier opens into a chimney ly and pointed out to the large crowd pasing to boys stuck to their old love by elect- tobacco well before bringing the facade of St. Peter's. it to any Garrard county grower do not the importance of proper grading, ing Hamilton Cox to lead the Foot the receiving station, we publish the comply with it. Tho Tho burning of the ballot and straw 18th. Mr. Moore come from a tobacco Hall team next fait. Mr. Hen Kava- - following from the official em causes n dense amoko to Issue from dm: Association has no inch men connectsection of the county where there this chimney naugh was elected student manager. "To thtf Member of the Tobacco ed with it, and tho waiting popu County Judge G. M. Trcadway, ha Is much rivalry among the neighbors Grower's lace outside is thus apprised that AmocI called a mass meting of the citi n to who will receive the highest Bill $3,600 Limit atlon:" zens of Garrard county to meet in average. Mr. Moore received an ad there has been no election. "Please allow us to make the fol When a Pope is chosen, he is asked, Mr. James M. Frata, aged 77 year, Lancaster, Saturday Feb. 18th, vance of 15 cent on his crop of 4 On Oil lowing suggestion: Go carefully thru 7 months and 7 days, died at his 1:30 o'clock for the purpose of dls 100 pounds and hi neighbors will first, if ho will accept the election, your bulks of tobacco and lay out home on the Lexington pike, below cussing the advisability, of selling have to go some to beat or even then, what name he will bear. Tho Substitute. For Meaiurs To Abolish each grade to lUclf, and then go thru BryunUville last Thursday after anJ public announcement of the election S50.000 worth of the turnntke bonds equal this record. each grade of these, piles and take out uincM or noout ten day. .Mr. is made from the loggia by tho name Post Would Civ. Eacett Praia that were voted in Garrard county in the hand that do not belong in that had been a resident of the county of the one chosen, and the pontifical Feet To K. U, G. L. grade. Get your tobacco in the very for over thirty years, had many March 1020 for the purpose of build name he has selected. ing the tumpiko from King Mill best shapo possible before bringing friend In the county and was one of Though none but a Cardlnnl la ever George Leonard Walden died nt hi through Lancaster and on to Paint Legislation to convert into the it to the receiving station. Do par- our substantial and prominent far- Lick. At a meeting chosen Pope, and has not been for of the Chamber home on Hast Main itreet, at 8:15 state treasury, for the benefit of the ticularly careful about sprinkling, some State University and normal schools, we are having trouble with wet for mer. He is survived by hi wife, of Commerce and the fiscal court o o'clock, February 2nd., 1922. For cleric, centuries, any Catholic, lar or toi eligible. two children, C. M. Frasa, of Birm- the county last Friday night this several years Mr. Walden ha been a much of the money received from oil bacco. Keep all green A soon as the nowlv olipti Pnn tobacco to ingham, Ala. and II. H. Frasa, of matter was discussed, and d with gradual hardening companies as fees for inspection for itself. This will it was de mean money to you ha selected his name, tfie balachinoi their product, is scheduled for intro tor we can give you a better grad Dayton, Tenn. One sitter also sur- - elded to get the sentiment of the of the arteries and passed away peace He wa a member of tho people of the county beforo any fully and painlessly from general ex or canopies over tho thrones are lowvivc. duction this week, in both bouses of on properly handled tobaccos. Try Pleasant Grove Christian church and attempt was made to dispose the general assembly. of any haustion. Mr. Walden was born of ered, their sovereign Jurisdiction it and you will be well paid for your was devout in iU teaching. up Is that of the new Pope. of these bonds. Tho total nmoun Kentucky parentage near Green Cas It U probable that those back of trouble. . . . -Tho new head of the Church is now-Funeral service were held there oi tuonu voicu, at mat time was tle, Putnam County, Indiana, Janu tho movement will call caucuses of uy all means bring It In on the last Friday, interment following conducted into a little room to as- in $102,000 and now it is proposed by ary 25th, 1840. When twenty-on- e the Democrats in both branches, and sticks," the Harrodiburg cemetery. The ser tome that $50,000 worth of these year of ago he came to Lancaster, ume tho white Papal cassock. He pledging members to support this Your for service, vice were conducted by hi pattor, bonds bo sold and the money applied hy., and engaged In various business then take his place in an arm choir bill, as the party platform has called J. It. Blank Itev. C. B. Holder. to the road from King Mill to Lan enterprise with hi brother, William on tho step of tho altar. All tho for the elimination of this office, or, Whitney punlap, Graders, caster, and from the end of tho re and Jesse Walden, coming to Dan Cardinal como to bend their knee at least ,for its conversion into a Lancaster, Ky A t Home cently constructed road on tho Rich vino to uvo anoui tnirty years ago in ign of homage and obedience and source of revenue for tho state. Particularly Is this true of the and engaged in the planning mill kits the band nnd cheek of the new We are carrying In this Issue on a mond pike on into Paint Lick. To There has been tomo question as to business, retiring from active duty Pope. Jefferson county oil inrpectorshlp, page advertisement, a list of twen which pays an annual total of fees in Grace, the seven year old daughter of our leading merchant and whether any part of thl money can several years ago. He was an officer Doolin-Stephe- ns excess of ,20,000, it is said. of Mr. and Mrs. George Turner wa butines firm In Lancaster who aro bo used for this purpose, and if so of tho Christian church practically all In some of the counties, the of fatally burned last Tuesday evening, pledging tho people of the county an the quettlon ha been raited wheth the years of his life. On October Mr. Honey Stephen, of ModUon fice is only a small one. and In order; her clothe catching from on open community the very lowett possible er any of the bonds can be sold, if 1th., 1890, he was married to Miss county and Mis Liilio Doolin. of the , .i . v n i t. . . t I m iiiMini inipvciora in inese beforehand ure. tier moincr Wat out o price that it I potsiblo for them to purchaser knows for Mary Smith, of Richmond, Ky. Af Mt. Hebron neighborhood were martlons, it is planned to place an ter a brief service by Rev. M. A. Hart ried in thl city yesterday afternoon, house at the time and could ren maintain during the year 1022. They what purpose they were voted. nualfsalary limit of 13,000, or at der no assistance, death resulting in deserve and are asking tho support of Judgo Treadway and the Fiscal at tho residence Friday at 10 A. M. by Rev. I. W. Manley. The hanny most 3,000, on tho foes which may a short time. the community and atlc that you get Court want the sentiment of the peo tho burial took place in tho Richmond couple left immediately for their be retained by the inspector In any price from them beforo sending ple on this subject and it I honed cemetery. Danville Messenger. homo In Madison, where they will bo one county, the remainder to bu from home for your needs. Read that many will attend this mas meet-the recipients of many coneratula- turned over to the treasury of the the list and give them your support, ing Feb. 18th., when it will be Legion tlons and best wishes from their Probably the first case of this They deserve commonwealth. It is estimated that discussed fiom every angle, it. from $75,000 to $125,000 would bo character over brought before Como to this meeting and 'show Meeting numerous friends. court in this district was tho attack realized from this source that you arc really interested. Seriously 111 ing Good The local post of tho American it is only about two weeks yet had of a public sale contract which We regret to note tho critical 111. Legion held their regular meeting in been signed by John Pendleton until the rule committee will take One of tho best talcs held In tho the I. O, O. F. Hall last Tuesday county for many months wa charge In both houses, for which rca-o- n at the sale of the Bradshaw farm nes of Mr. G. M. Patterson, who was that of A Spelling Match and Candy Sale evening and wa well attended. Thl the personalty It I essential to have prompt near McCreary In this county In the stricken with a cerebral hemorrage of tho at hi home yesterday afternoon. will bo held under the auspices of the I the last week in order for the er- - er, held last Saturday late Jim Lock. action on bill of a controversial na fan of 1020,FendIeton brought suit by J. I. Hamil Parent-TeachAssociation at the vlce men to renew their membership ton, the executor. tare, such as tho oil Inspectorship to have tho contract cancelled on Ills condition thb morning is still Livestock sold BryanUvilto School Building Friday and those that have not done so are high, corn brought the ground that he was not a bona- - serious. measure. t4.10a barrel and fldo purchaser nor had he any Inten- evening, Feb. 17th. Admission five asked to do to at once. Tho local other stock and Implement . I t si .1 O. and ten cent. wo oi ouying me farm. pott I doing a great work and they well. The farm had valid hidsold The court a of (lU-pd- .) need the service of the service men 1204.00 an acre. In favor of Pendleton, which decided Postofflce Inspector Clarence Cole- It was a rood sale. Way yeur easdy from the Circle mean mere was no sale, the farm of Garrard County the tamo at the mea, of Danville, was la the city Seo our heavy teed oat .before G4rU Sktrdy, On sale at W. B, reverting to the original owner. last week checking up the office of you buy. The germination it M per Service man need the American Leg-Io" ' It. J. E. Koblftsofl represented Pen die. Petmater Brown; He found every. cent. Last yearV eat were very ton, while Stene and Harlan, of The Ladiea Aid Society of the thtajc In p shape and prnRc- - ll(4t and ckaVy asul the gerwlaa-lio- n Tobacco Bed FerUllt.r for sale. March 4th. and April 8th. are here- - Pleasant Grove Church will have were attorneys for Mew. an the local office one of the beat U very lew. Look at tho oats by reserved by the Eatters Stars Hudtea a Farnau. A. D. and Walker Bradtnaw. for Kaster Exchange at Goodloe and ifl the State, beforo you buy, Hudson A Farnau. market Walker's Hardware Store. Good Gradinf Essential ut ..... - -2 BANQUET Athletic Team OfL. NOT? cite-whe- re LOOKOUT Lancaster Redryer. Swindlers "Samples" rard county in mnny year ha so shocked the community a did the death of David Itankin at his heme near Marcellus last Sunday morning, When tho news wa heralded thru-othis and adjoining countlo., many were made sad, for all realized that in his death the county hnd lost one of Its most popular and substantial citizens. Only two day before hi death he wa mingling with friends in Lancaster and seemed in the best of spirit ns well as in hi usual good health. He hnd gotten up Sunday morning and n was his custom had made the firot. Just as he was In the act of returning to his bed, he was seen to gasp for brenth and his wifo assisted him to his bed, where he pascsd away in Just n few minutes, from n cerebral hemorrage. The sudden shock to hi devoted wife and children Is almost unbear able and they have the deepest ym pathy of all friends in their sorrow, Mr. Rankin was born in Wayne county in 18G7 and was in his 65th year. He is survived by his widow, two girls and one boy and leaves eight brothers, seven of whom were in attendance at his funeral, one brother, J. M. Rankin, being now quite ill at his home near Hubble. It wa the first death among th nine brothers, all of whom arc rest dent of Garrard, Lincoln and Iioylc counties. Mr. Rankin was n devout mombc of the Methodist church nt Hryants-vill- c, where the funeral services were conducted Tuesday morning, by Dr. Jones, assisted by Rev. Connnt, Asbury College, Wilmore. Inter ment followed in the Danville ccmc tery. Balloting Hats , two-thir- MEETING Called For Saturday February Sets Frasa Inspector's Pay Death Of Walden semi-invali- Trade Burned Death ty-on- o Sale Contract Attacked American Sale Attention Spellers! er Candy Sale P. Inspector n. Easter Exchange Dan-viM- e, Up-te- The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday Feb 9, 1922 American Legion New his reading Henry Hustcnden, German farmer of Manorrille, L. I., has Just run onto the battle of Chauteau Thierry, and now he's so excited he can't work. In the summer Huitcndcn raises berries, In the winter he sits nnd listens to his wife read world events from a chronological collection of German newspapers. His wife rends slowly, and Hustcnden (unable to read him self) with stolid, Teuton thorough. ness has never allowed her to skip, "Didn't you know this country was In the war!" n member of the American Legion nsked him, "Ja," said Hustcnden, "but I wansn't interested bceauie I hadn't got to it yet In the papers." "It's nil over now," said the Leg lonnnire, heartily. "Ach, not for mcl" replied lluten-den- , returning to his wife and the pile of papers. Four years behind In WOLF TRAIL Mrs. Mollle Moberley has been on ATTEND OUR Save the sick list. Master Edward Tester spent Tuesday night with Master Joe Ray. Mrs. Abe Burton spent the weekend In Mndlson with her mother. Mrs. Minnie McCullcy spent Tues-da- y with Mrs. Clarence McCulley. Mr. Howard Price spent last weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Irvln Simpson. Try a tack of Obelltk Flour today. Iludion A Famau. You will lilt II. Mr. and Mrs. Jame Clouse were Sunday visitors of Mr. nnd Mrs. Joe Ray. A few loads of tobacco from this LOWEST PRICES ON RECORD U It lMMiif fma U ). lo 40 You can on lhs beat tires lltilimttaitMlilli( llwrtfyw Mil tatM't. nd. Michigan Dunbar Fabrics Cords 32s3l 32 b 4 33 a 4 34 a 4 35 x 5 GUARANTEED 8,000 MILLS W JU $15.53 umJ sseo 314 30 Hall Cords SAawJlaaaaaaasssW Htl SkJLMHaaaaaH CUARANTEZO place were delivered to the tool last week. s:ii 21.38 2S.I3 27.23 27.75 32.64 32.37 34.S4 30 s 3 $ 8.95 .87 30 a 314 3( 12.85 32 14.7S 31 a 4 16.64 32 s 4 $0.87 33x4 34x4 17.22 18.131 10,000 MILES 30x3H $17.22 32 x 3Vi 22.03 32 a 4 2B.SS 27.75 33x4 34 a 4 28.27 31.59 32 x 34 x 33.02 41.40 35x5 C8AJT TO COAST Master Harrison Llllard Dniley spent Monday night with Mr. Cephas A CHAJM OS f T0OSS Valentine' day will oon be here (February 14th) and gives you an occasion to remember your many relatives and friends. Let your Valentino remembrance be a bottle of fine Perfume, Cut Flowers or some dainty toilet articles. We have many exquisite things which will delight your friends and loved ones. In our store a few dollars will buy many Valentine remembrances. Come to US for it. Gamaliel Harding, president of the United States, was recently picked up on the streets of New York, the butt of promiscuous jokes. American Legion men took him aside and found him to be Lawrence Leedy, suffcrinir from mental disorders apparently due to Injuries received,, In service. They placed him under observation at Bcllevue hospital. ht Davis. Mrs. Jasper Matthews and baby, were curst Monday of Mrs. Harve McCulley. A man who said he was Warren Master James It. Price was a guest WORLD WW STORES Coy S. LUNGABDIA Sanders, Prop. Green Clay Walker Law And Real Tuesday night of Master Harrison Lilian! Dalley. Mr, and Mrs. W. T. Moberley were with Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Moberley Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Simpson were week-en- d guests of Mr. snd Mrs. McRoberts Drug Store BUCKEYE Miss Maymc Powell Dalley. Mr. and Mrs. Hunter Dsvls spent one evening recently with Mr. and Forty-eigposts of the American Mrs. F.lbcrt Teater. Legion were chartered during the Mr. F.llJohMcMllllan boucht 0 bar. week ending January 20th. Mis rels of corn from Mr. Royston Ray souri led with seven posts, ' while at S2.75 per barrel. Illinois and Wiieomin tied for d Mr. and Mrs. Elijah MoMiillan and with six each. son were Sunday guests of Mr. and sec-on- Sebastian, who has Mr. Wlibert Dalley.- "Down with the stars and stripes," been in Lexington was able to be Some of the farmers took advanbrought to her sister's, Mrs. Walter yelled C E. Swaxcy at a meeting of tage of the fair weather last week Mr. Curtli Pierce Is sick. the American Legion post at Marion, am! burned some plant beds. . Mr. Hiram Ray was in Richmond Grow. Ohio. Just as President Harding's Mrs. T. C. Jenkins, Mr. Mr. and Friday. Mr. nnd Mrs. Albert Gillam, Mr. FRUIT AND SHADE TREES fellow citizens were rolling up their BLOOMING SHRUBS Mr. Ray Noel was In Richmond and Mrs. Jcm Hill and Mr. T. O. sleeves they learned he was only George Gillam and daughter, Tinelue, Hill spent Friday in Danville with SMALL, FRUITS Tuesday. Exclusive. mimicking the mating call of the Uol- - visited Mr. and Mrs. F.noch Gillam x Mrs. Walker Bradshaw. recently. STRAWBERRIES Mr. Elmer Ray led the D. Y. P. U. shevik. Optometrist GRAPEVINES Mr. and Mrs. Llllard Miles, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Moberley and Wednesday night. A light wines nnd beer bill "sole daughter, Miss Leola, were guests PERENNIALS LUiIo Wilds and Mrs. Olive Powell, DANVILLE, KY. Mrs. Herbert Whlttaker visited relEVERGREENS Xieholasville, spent Tuesday with ly" to provide revenue for the pay- Saturday and Sunday of relatives in Opposite Gilcher Hotel. atives In Madison county Tuesday. of HEDGING Mrs. A. .C. Miles and Mrs. Hubert ment of n soldiers' bonus opposed by Madison county. Office Hour S lo 12 and 1 la S p.m. Mr. W. H. Gulley, of Lexington, Corter. a Syracuse, N. Y., post of the AmeriROSES McMillian Mr. and Mrs. F.lijsh visited Mr. R. W. Sanders Monday ETC Red. Altike, Sapllnc, Long Whit can Legion. were dinner guests Wednesday of nighU SEED POTATOES. Sweat Clover Seed, Rape Seed, Ken. g friends presented roll Mr. and Mrs. Royston Ray on the Miss Sadie Raltton visited friends' tuckjr Recleaned Blue Gratt, Red EverythitiK for the Orchard, ing pins to two brides of American Richmond road. In Georgetown from Friday until Top and Orchard Gratt Sed. A large Lawn nnd Garden. Legion men nt initiation exercises of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Oliver re Sunday. illustrated catalog and guide FUNERAL DIRECTOR lludton & Farnau. Mr. and the Vinton, la., unit of the Auxiliary. ccntly visited the homes of sent on request. Mrs. Flora Long, of Xieholasville, Office Over National Hank. Mesdames Hiram Ray, A. C. Miles, Mrs. W. T. Moberley, Mr. and Mrs. P was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Nora Teatcr, Misses Salllc Lou Teat-c- r, Kings and thinkers of books all Hugh Moberley and Mr. and Mrs. H m HII I.PNMrVCD Jt. CnNC' .;Hnuenee I'hone s. Urocr ... I'hone 27 7.7 . . a Long last week. huiicij Tivtu in rtcmucKjr. Ethel Ray and Martha Curtis, nre out of a job. In one week three Carl Moberley. fLANCASTF.il, KY. Lexington, Kentucky. Mr. Carl Tester of Bohon was a spent Thursday in Crab Orchard with American Legion post adjutants ap(MMSL-pri- .) plied for work at Municipal Employguest of his aunt, Mrs. Pcrmclia Mrs. L. L. Sanders. ment Bureau in New York City. Bogie Monday night. J0HNWH1TE&CO. Mr. and Mrs. Hobart Price and is such n person as There probably "0 please send me a man!" plead louitvuxr, kv. sons visited relatives at Lawrence-bur- g a motorist who has never cut a cor- cd a frenzied voice over the tele-- 1 VETERINARIAN. the first of last week. broken the speed laws, run over phone. oner, Rufus Bethea, American' Callt Aatwered Promptly Day efcacM, RhsMfMoMwa "a dog or raced a railroad train. Hut Legion's employment manager In f Rev. Price of Louiivllfe, visited Kidneys otful WsMsr Bwka la NigKt rUn. 317 3 Irs. A. C. Miles and Mr. and Mrs. you'd have to go to heaven to find Birmingham, Ala., seized a base-ba- ll i niii Tats I HdW Stormes Drug Store i Uid Hubert Carter Saturday and Sunday. him. (IAMASTEV KI'NrtlCK bat and went. All he had to rescue was a Persian kitten. POOR RIDGE Stephen F. Tillman, "youngest Mrs. Gilbert Fuel continues quite war veteran," enlisted at 14 years. Be a Good Be a Good His story was reported by the Ameri- sick. WHICH DAILY PAPER? Oxy- - Acetylene can Legion post at Washington, D. Several around here are suffering A Question That In Quickly nnd Hcndily Answered. C, and within a week he had re- with severe colds. Mechanic Welder ceived two offers to Join the movies Miss Jessie Kent Is with Mr. and Good Pny Good Positions and hod been elected fire marshal! of Mrs. L. L. Matthew this week. We Train You Quickly nnd Ilaincr, Md.r his home town. Thoroughly In Our Shops Mrs. Lcm Motthew and Mrs. Squire The right of the Navy department T. Whlttaker, are Improving slowly. New Day and Night Classes Starting Now Wilt ImmnlUUtr Tar Fall liforautUa to make notation on a sailor's offid- Mrs. R. IL Preston and children record two years after his dis pent Friday Mith Mrs. T. Whlttaker.) Largest Mornint? Circulation charge has been denied by Assistant 41 per cant Protein Cotlon Seed, L.OUISV1LOE, KENTUCKY of Any Kentucky Newspaper Secretary Roosevelt on appeolof the Meal for tale. lludton & Farnau. I American Legion of New York. Mrs. Wm. Matthew and daughter, Enjoys n nation-wid- e prestige and reputation. It "Move the house' and you can have were with Mrs. L. L. Matthew Fri" I - day. is essentially n newspaper, intefnt upon'iving news it." With this injunction, the CarMrs. W. Uurdette was the guest bondnle, Pa post of tho American mnttcr first consideration. Legion rolled up its sleeves and be of Mr. and Mrs. Adrain Mctcalf reI came possessed of a large, commodi cently. Maintains its own ncwa bureaus nt Washington ' ous mansion for ita clubhoue. Mr. nnd Mrs. Everett Anderson i and Frankfort. Membor of the Associated Press. children spent Sunday with her. It took 60 American Legion ex- and I parents. With important legislation coming before Congress soldiers Just 24 hours to build a four (!) Charles Edward, the baby of Mr. house In Los Angeles and Kentucky General Assembly in 1922, Tho for a disabled buddy whoso home was and Mrs. Dlllard Simpson is ill with bronchitis. Courier-Journdestroyed by fire. is the daily newspaper you will I Mrs. Flora Long of Nicholaivllle, Exception to the statement of Gen. was with Mr. It. P. Long a few days need. Amos A. Fries, Chief of tho Chcral Isst week. "By special arrangements we are now able to offer cal Worfaro Service, that poison gas jmj , .IT. lil. n IIHM.VI is "humane" is taken by William F. Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. Squire Deegan, head of the American LegTHE DAILY COURIER-JOURNA- L I Whlttaker. m IN THIS COMMUNITY WHO HAS NEVER DONE II Ion of New York. He cites AND THE Mrs. Andrew Simpson is spending proof to show that 50 per cent of Don-- ! the state's tubercular vrar veterans a few days with relatives in ANY TRADING AT THIS STORE. I ville this week. are victims of gas. Mn. Bradford Uurdette and son,! Atlanta City, N7XTs thr site for WE HAVE SOMETHING OF VALUE AND IMD. Itay and! the 1023 national convention of the were guests of Mrs. J. PORTANCE TO SAY TO HER. Mrs. Squlro T. Whlttaker Tuesday. American Legion is being urged by Mr. nnd Mrs. Bradford Ilurdotte members of the Legion posts there, Wo want to show her around our store. We and son spent from Wcdnisday until' . ... . want her to see our large and attractive stock of i. t If tnursuay wun Jir. anu jiib. iun ts -- without a rival" Loughs d ordinary or and Colds, difficult breathing, and Estate" for the relief of Whooping Cough, Money to loan on farms. The wonderful result following Its privUse will astonish you nnd make you List your farm for sale Your money ately or at auction. Its friend. back, if you have ever used its equal. Office over J. W. Smith's Store. Danger lurks where there ! a Cough or Cold. Conquer It quickly with M. S. LUNGARDIA. Safe for all ages, per bottle. Manu. HATFIELD GOct. snd fscturcd by Lungnrdla Co., Dallas, Texas. For sale by McRoberts Drug DENTIST 1'12-H- t Store. Office oTtr The Garrard Bank. Phone Office 5. Retldeace 376. LANCASTER. KENTUCKY. In deep-seatelife-long M-20 Trees For Spring Planting J.J.Byrne Far-seein- J. A. Beazlev j Dr. Printus Walker fTr ba s3TO Aj Automobile The CourierJournal Y. M. C. A. AUTO SCHOOL I We Want I To Find a 1 Woman 1 1 9 I - room-ami-ba- th al i - -- y I 1 T ' dry goods, ready made garments, gloves, underwear, notions, and all of the things that put comfort and happiness into the llfo of the average woman. The main purpose of this ad is to find that woman if there is one and we want her to consider this as a Bpccial invitation to call and make herself known. Hick. 55 Becker & Ballard BRYANTSVILLE, KENTUCKY. I Mesdames Nan Moberley and Am anda Clouse 'and Miss Mossy Hick, were guests of Mr. Lewis Simpson II mm Tuesday. ii II Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Simpson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Edd Moberley .' and baby were among the guests of For Thraa Oanarallona Mr. Dan Ray nt Buckeye Sunday. Mav H4a CMU Wrth 10 Mr. and Mrs. K. H. Preston entertained the following Sunday: Mr. and Mrs. I. B. Duncan and children, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Duncan and children, Mr. and Mrs. W. Ilurdotte and SHH children, Mrs. Bradford Uurdette and tMHMM aoatWTM aatai Mat ran . aiumu.sa. son. A delightful day was spest. Stitruu R(urMCo.,Bn.t-0- CENTRAL RECORD Both One Year by Mail, For Only $6.00 e This offer applies to renewals as well as new subscriptions, but only to people living In ' r XPECT 'MOTHER 5 Kentucky, Tennessee or Indiana. New subscriptions may, If desired, start at a later date, and you may substitute renewals will If you date-fro- nt expiration of present ones. prefer on evening newspaper, Courier-Journa- l. The Loulsvillo Times for The wmmtm Send or bring your orders to the office of CENTRAL RECORD The Cantral Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, Feb 9, 1922. MONEY TO LOAN on good city property at 6 per cent. percent last year This Institution earned 6 Good safe investment. Investigate 2 FARM AND HOME POINTERS MEPICALLIBRARY Presented To Transyl- From The Tenth Farm And Home Convenvania' College tion At Lexington The famout old medical library of All authorities now agree that the vital trouble with agriculture it an ancient and unintelligent system of unrketfng which must be completely discorded and that farmers mutt adopt n method of marketing their products involving the same principles of merchandising that all other Industrie of thit country have followed for more than two generations. Aaron Sapiro, California marketing expert. DR. DUDLEY'S y Can You See Your Ribs? pnt "It wasn't that I want! to get fat, no, I ntel to put on about a pound mora IWah. then IM ba Juat rlcht. I've nibbled at dlata, sorxeil bl meal, fva haunlMl health txwn to tin climate, gutileri milk, buttermilk, ollr oil emulalon, awallowal plllaj won't-wucka'. Transylvania College hns lately been further enriched by the accessioning of live hundred and sixty volume! which conitituted the medical library iKMprattt ASSOCIATION. of Dr. Ilcnjnmln W. Dudley. J. K. KOBINSON, President Wm. 8. HOITER, See'L A Tret. These book have been housed for J some time in the home of Dr. Waller liullock. Thru me generosity oi Major John Cleves Short, of HeidelDoty received the berg, Ky., and the consent of all the Mr. Gordon MAIIKSBUUY highest average In the "Bible Study heirs of the Dudley estate thcie We are is 06. Mr. and Mm. A. J. Bice were visi- Course," which book have bceri placed in the Tranwere beaten sylvania library torry the "old maid" tors In Lexington last wrek. at a practically perpetual loan. The volume of Dr. 41 p.r cent Protein Cotton Sead o badly, There will be a roll call of the Dudley library are on a variety of Hudson A Farnau. Meat for tala. the second subject, those pertaining to surgery, Stanford, church Saturday before Mlas Luln Simpson, of Sunday In March. The member far which wa 'lr. .Dudley's specialty, who bM been the guest of Mrs, A. J. and near are Invited to be present largely predominating. Klce for a few days returned home on A the older citizen of Lexington thit occation. Monda. The Ladlet Working Society decid- and all others who are familiar with Mf. Wood and family, who were ed last meeting to give a "Tea" tome the history of Transylvania know, Dr. moved to Lancaster during an at- time In the near future. The presi- Dudley was among the most renowntack of typhoid fever returned home dent, Mr. Clark, wat unable to be ed of the eminent group of physicians last week. present on account of illness to the and surgeons who made the medical department of old Transylvania faMrs. L. N. Thompson atatea one of regret of the society. called to mous throughout America. Dr. Dudthe most interesting meetings of the Rev. L. N. Thompson wat wna held last Thurs- preach a funeral of a young woman, ley spent most of hi long life in Lexyear of tho ington and died there in January, day evening. a member of one of hi former 1870. Hit tkill a a surgeon was restat-c- d Mr. Ilyrnet, of Danville, was here churches of Scott county. It It markable, and hi success in numerthat about 2,000 people were pres. ous operation unequalled. He gainSaturday in reganl to a contract to held in the He Is enU The services were "retouch" the. church pew. ed a worldwide reputation, especialhighly recommended at a workman. open. ly as a successful operator In lithotomy. Dr.JJarbert Peter, the hitori-a- n of the medical department of Transylvania, records that he performed this operation two hundred j times, without losing and twenty-liv- e n sinele patient until after hi one ! 'hundredth operation, losing in the Up only about whole of hi operatloni two per cent. tobneco that has brought The need thnt produces the Other Donations ' the best price on tho Kentucky markets for the lastCounty Last year the Fayette twcnty-Av- c yenrs. Good, homo grown, hnnd cleanMedical Society presented to the PRICE $2.00 PER OUNCE. cd seed, Transylvania library the books of Dr. Send check or money order to James M. Hush, three hundred bound ! & volumes and two hundred pamphlets. ! Dr. Hush, as is well known, wat n R. F. D. NO. 1, LANCASTER, KY. pupil of Dr. Dudley's and wat In 1837 made adjunct professor of anatomy and surgery to hit distinguished colleague and friend. When Dr. Dudtpring wheat produced in Mlnnesita, ley retired from teaching Dr. Bush North Dakota, and South Dakota appointed to the vacant chair, contained more than 5,000,000 was alone "when Dr. Dudley retired from Shows bushels of dockage. Assuming that and field of hit brilliant achievements In the 5.1 ner cent is representative for the surgeon Dr. Bush had the rare a tho total crop of spring wheat, It at courage to take possession of it." means that more than 10,000,000 Dr. Lewis Rogers, in 1873, says: of spring bushels of CO pounds each of dockIn every 20 bushel annually in the Uni- age wat grown and thrashed In the "No higher tribute can be paid him wheat thrashed one bushel of United States last year. Fully 00 than to say that he has since held ted Statesthere I dockage which I largely weed seeds, per cent of the dockage could easily possession without a successful rival." Not long ago also Dr. Albert H. according to an estimate made by have been removed, it It said, by the Department of proper use of an ordinary farm fan- Buck presented to the library one the United State volumes. hundred and seventy-eigh- t Agriculture based on figures for the ning mill formerly clinical profeisor 1921 crop produced in Minnesota, Realization of these conditions Dr. Buck, North Dakota, and South Dakota. prompted specialist--: of the depart- of diseases of the ear in Columbia is well known If all of the dockage were to be ment to design a grain recleaner at- University, New York, cleaned out of the spring wheat rait- tachment for thrashing machines to as the author of two volumes on ed and thipped to market separately remove thit dockage from the wheat medical history. "The Growth of ModIt would fill more than 8,000 freight at a part of the thrashing operation. Medicine," and "The Dawn of containing 76,000 pound each. Preliminary testa of. this recleaner ern 'Medicine." cars Dr. Buck spent (even months in Record of grain inspection in Min- indicate its practicability. Lexington in 1018-1- 0 and mado nesota show that for the last 18 use of the Transylvania libyears the percentage of dockage In WORTH SC9.M A OTTU wheat arriving at the terminal marWm. Dimes, San Antonio, Texas, rary in the preparation cf his second writesi "Foley Honey and Tar has volume. Dr. Buck said of the treaskets in that state hat gradually worth The average dockage for been the flu,' $50 00 a bottle to me. I ures of the medical library, "In the followed by pneumonia, had period In which I am working you 1903 wat 2.2 per cent, for the which left me weak, with a persistent period ending 1014, 2.0 per cent, cough. The cough hung on. Some have moro than the surgeon general' You have and for the Cycar period ending one advised Foley's Honey and Tar. library at Washington. 4 per cent, while for I have completely recovered and do ten times at much as the Academy J020 it wat not cough at alt" of Science in New York. The gaps the 1920 crop of wheat alone marketStormes Drug Store in history should bo filled In, and ed up to January 1, 1921, the average dockage wat .1 per cent. The unwelcome guett is generally Transylvania should become the center in America for medical research." This meant that the 1021 crop of the last one to realize it. Mora Praise. Dr. F. B. Dains, representing the Foundations for Historical Research in Chemistry sa,ld: "You havo books here that 1 have read but never wen. You have others that I havo ordered from Europe and never been able to The Lancaster Building & Loan 8. 8. B. Wni lUHd Tra Cpw dictation fail, and a acora of other nnalir. It larnel on ma Nona of thrte thlnra wa building up tho new rej blood celU I nreile.1. I took 8. 8. H the treaUat Mool-c- ll producer, builder, known. I put on 7 pounds In a month, Instead of atringa feel Ilka wires. f.'W.T "rvrs. U. H. has the world Ixiat," a'..l,: H; iruaranteed purelr VfetabU In It tnedlelnal Insretllenta. It has produced amaitna remits In bulldlnc up tra. Mtlous men, and In making women of all aces mora plump and beautirut. and rouncer looking. R K. H. la sold at all dm aloree. In two alxea. The larger u U the mora economical firm-find blood-cleaiu- rl a thln-face- 's TOBACCO SEED Kelley's Improved Standing Burley ! ! B. U. KELLEY SOINS DOCKAGE Spring Wheat Alarming Increase con-tta- nt ar Lexington Florida Royal Palm Lv. Danvllla . Florida Three Through Trains Daily 9i20A.M. Lv. DanvilU Ar. Ar. Ar. Ar. get." Quite recently Dr. James J. Walsh, of Fordham University, New York, when visiting the Transylvania library, exclaimed: "Thl it the greatest medical library in America." The authorities at Transylvania College highly appreciate the addition to the treasure in tho library of these books from the libraries of Dr. Bush, Dr. Dudley and Dr. Buck, tlnco they make more valuable a tru ly remarkable collection of books which Transylvania College holds In trust for scholars, antiquarians, and all others interested In the history of tho development of so Important a science and art at medicine. "Bunk," at a word, it very ex- pressive, and yet it it only bunk, Ohio Special 11 i40A.M. , Chattanooga 630 P.M. (C.T.) AHaata MM P.M. Mason (EX) . . 3:06 A.M. JxkKMvW ,. 11:30 A.M. Pullman Sleeping Car and Coacbe Ar. Chattanooga 3:40 P.M. 8:40 P.M. Ac Atlanta . (C.T.) (E.T.) . Ar. Macoo 1220 A.M. Ar, JackteavlJU 7:MA.M. .. Pullman Steeping Cars and Coaches to JaeksoflvHIs. ..... ... Dk!fi Can Serving AU Meak. Lv. DanvilU Ar. 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EVANSTON, ILLINOIS. 12.lB.SL.fuL la amount of middlings or bran should There I little hope for much ImCorn be increased by one double handful provement in the noils of Kentucky v Sows a day until the fifth day when no until the acreage of legumes has been increase should be made and the increased. George Roberts, agronoMany farmer make a common tame tlop given the sow for the folmy department head, College of feeding their brood sows lowing mistake of three days. too liberal on allowance of corn the After one week, a small amount of week proceeding farrowing with the Tho rural children of Kentucky result that the animals develop a fev- grain may bo added to tho feed and are not getting n square deal The erish condition before the arrival of gradually Increased until at the end consolidated school is the only solu- the pigs according to experienced of two weeks the tow la receiving There swine breeders. This trouble can be a full feed of the ration fed before tion to the rural problems. the pupils can be better qualified and prevented by including lintced oil farrowing. Four per cent of the live grade teaching can bo moro effec- meal in the ration and reducing the weight of the sow It usually considered full feed. The tow should be fed tively distributed and supervised. amount of corn fed durinir the week a ration that will ttimulats milk proMrs. M. L. Hall, superintendent of preccedlng farrowing, according to' duction since the pigs make the Shelby county schools. Grady Scllardt, twine field agent at cheapest gain of their lives on their the College of Agriculture. Linseed mother's milk. The American citizen it being de- oil meal is valuable as a laxative and frauded shamefully in clothes he buys may be used to supply the protein In "all the ration. by believing that the wool" means "virgin wool" or wool At thit time of the year, the tow direct from the sheep's back. A thould be receiving a ration that will all wool fabric may not con enable her to gain from C to 75 tain a tingle thread of virgin wool. poundt between tho time that she is Advocates of the French-Cappe- r bred and the time that she farrows bill arc right in tince the average tow will loose thit claiming that it Is a measure provid- much weight in farrowing and n ursing for common honesty. George ine her litter, according to Mr. he a finest fadcsCvVl Wilbur, president of the Ohio Wool Among the ration that have Growers' Association. given good results at tho college farm is one composed of 30 pounds of In the year ending November 30, ground oats, 30 pounds of middlings 1921, tho gross Income from our or ship stuff, 30 pounds of corn and flock of 140 hens was fl,494.&7, 10 poundt of tankage. Another This is no more than most any farmer good one is composed of CO pounds can do with chickens If he cared to of middlings, 40 pounds of corn and and practiced some of the simple 10 pounds of tankage. Ninety parts principles of poultry management. of corn nnd 10 of tankage may be J. T. Wilson, successful farm poul- - used for another. tryman, Corydon, Ky. A good mineral mixture to keep In a self feeder before the towt, at well as the other hog, at all times is composed of two bushels of slack d coal, two quarts of lime; two pounds of salt, one bushel of wood ashes and one nnd We Rechdroc And Bgtwitv as r Am u asv tm pounds of copperas. ill makes of Batteries Best results are obtained in the management of the sow If she receives nothing but clean drinking water, with possibly a small allowance of slop, the night before the it due and to farrow. A good tlop may be made by adding a double handful of middlings or bran to water. The same feed may be given to her on the day CUNNS CHAPEL iafter farrowing after which the Mrs. Mattie. Harvey is ill Mr. Jesse Hurt hat mump. Mrs. Willie Masters has been with Mrs. Herman Doolln. Mr. Willie Masters wat in Lexing ton on business Friday. Rev. Insko filled hit appointments here Saturday evening and Sunday. Miss Flora May was a guett of SUBSCRIBE FOR YOUR HOME PAPER Misses Bcmice and Bessie Tester Sunday. Mrs. John Land and sons return ed Friday from several days stay in Lexington. THE CENTRAL Mrs. Lige Hurt and Mis Allene Hurt spent Sunday with Mrs. George AND Hall and Mist Edna Hall. Mr. and Mrs. Ott Sebastian of Jes samine (pent Sunday with Mr. and HERALD THE Mrs. W. II. Stotta and family. Mr. II. M. Kurtz it erecting a new Kentucky's Greatest Newspaper tenant house on hit place, which will be occupied by Mr. Harlan Davit. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Tester, Mr. and Mrs. Hobart Teatcr and Mist . Bcrnlce Teatcr were In Lexington and Klcholatville, shopping Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Parsons and children havo been' at tho bedside of A metropolitan daily paper that contains a comMr. Parson's titter, who it very low with tuberculosis, near Point Leavell. plete telegram and cablo service covering tho world. t, Ballarda Mlaed Faad, Wheat State news from correspondents in all parts of KenTanbaga for Rya Middling-tucky. The Herald's local servico gives all the news hogs, Sweat Dairy Faad, llorsa and Mula Faad. Hudson St Farnau. of Louisville nnd suburbs. Society, Financial, MarMr. and Mrs. Cleo Ray and chil ket and Sport pages, aro in charge of the most dren, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Snyder, Mr. reliable authorities on these special subjects. and Mrs. Louis McCullcy and children, Mrs. Minnie McCullcy and chilDoes it mean nnything to you to be supplied with dren wero guests of Mr. and Mrs. u daily newspaper that interests every member of Harrison Ray Sunday. Mr. Raymond McCullcy wat painthe family? Then it is the Louisville Herald you fully injured about the head when want in addition to your local paper. she fell while trying to get out of a buggy Sunday night. Her horse beIf you also desire the Sunday Herald add $2.50 came frightened at the and her chilto your remittance. dren were returning from church. Mr. TaRen May hat had a power-washOrder your subscription through Installed at his home. Such Improvements speak a progressive' THE CENTRAL RECORD spirit and every farm home should1 LANCASTER, KY. have as many of such comforts and convenience at the financial con-- ! I dltioa and Income will allow. Truth-ln-KnbrSell-ards. Heavy Feed Hurts Brood r one-four- th CONN CONN -f $6.00 Pays for Both RECORD - LOUISVILLE You Should Read The Louisville Herald Mid-dllng- , er The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday Feb.9, 922 I 0G HE Millions of people ps-- by a Let's have a meeting of the daily with women of the town at once for school or a church . An Invitation These nrc the months when you have more or less time to kill. Later you will be too busy to think of anything but crops. Now is an ideal time to look into the merits of the A'nrioiis contrivances for producing larger yields at less expense. WE INVITE YOU to spend an hour or two with us the next time you nrc in town. Wo 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 nro better days ahead for the farmers. We feci it we bcliovo it. Talk it over with us and get in on the ground floor. We'll be glad to see you as often as you come. Come any day. Farmers! CONN BEOS. "Live and Let Live Folks." IE EH 1Fir $1.50 rir IE The Central Record luutd Weekly. Year. Payable in Advance. J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. 3. L .ELKIN, Local Editor and Mgr. entered at the Foit Office in LanMall caster, Ky., at Second-Clas- s Matter. fFsftin Ad.trtt.htf R.pff PRESS ASSOCIATION ittli.e Uacasler, Ky., Febraar 9, 1922 Kate, For Political Announcement. r'or Precinct and City Ofricci.-I5.0- 0 10.00 For County Offices For State and District Offices- -. 15.00 .10 For Calls, per line For Cards, per Use .10 For all publications in the inter est of individual or expression of individual views, per lino .10 Obituaries, per line .06 .......... .......... As The Editor Sees It. Farm products have drop-pe- d in price to such an extent that farmers arc no longer able t9 hope for a reasonable profit from their labors under existing conditions. At the same time they are still paying high prices for what they are forced to buy. As n result of this unwarranted condition farmers are now demanding that the government fix a fair minimum price on sugnr, wheat, corn, cotton, and wool, in order that they may be justified in tilling .their soil beyond what is necessary for their own consumption. Manufacturers, transportation companies and laboring classos are all organized and are able to keep prices of their products and labor up. The farmer is but poorly organized, hence he becomes the goat and holds the bag. The hardest working man of them all is the most poorly paid. There is justice in the demand. Country people continue to view with amazement the in creasing amount of crime existent in our big cities. The newspaper accounts of murders, holdups and robberies are so numerous as to lead one to the belief thnt it is unsafe even to walk the streets of some of these cities, especially if a person has the appearance of being a prosperous man from a country town or district. It would not bo impossible for the police to search every known criminal or suspicious character whenever they are met, and jail those upon whom concealed weapons are' found. A reputable citizen found with a gun upon his person is promptly pinched, hauled in-- ; to court and fined. The criminal element loads itself with "artillery" and walks the streets with impunity, ready to shoot nt the first opportunity. City authorities who permit these conditions to prevail are dangerously near to being iq the same class with the gunmen who commit tho crimes, for the man who aids or abets is second only to the principal. Cold facts may be unpleasant things to rend, but they are beneficial where people have the courage to act upon them. We are never quite accurate in our judgment of others, be cause we arc not fully ac tiuntntou wiin tnc reasons which actuate them. Under such conditions the person wno is slow to pass judgment is most to be com mended, lie may at times be prone to condone faults, but even that is preferable to pass ing censure where there is a possibility that it may not be deserved. A close mouth is far better than an open one. Words once spoken may never bo recalled. Frankfort, Ky,, Darwinism was nsinlled. nnd nil learning defended, In a clash before the Senate Committee on Kentucky Statutes No. 1 last Friday nftcrnoon nt a public hearing on tho bill Introduced by Senator Jns. It. Itnih, of Madison-vlll- c, to prohibit the teachtng of Darwinism, nthcism, agnosticism etc., In the public schools and universities of Kentucky. wnen people insist upon Among the spenkcrs against the saying unkind things of others bill were Dr. Frank 1 McVey, presU, it would be well for them to dent, University of Kentucky, and contract the habit of talking the Iter. Dr. E. I Powell, pastor to themselves. Then they First Christian church of I.ouhvillc. could let off stenm in large The Itev. Dr. K. Y. Mulllni, president,' Ilaptiit Theological Semi-quantities without doing any Southern nary, Louisville, advocated a middle material harm. course, while the Itev. Dr. J. W. ' S 1 out giving cither n second thought. Yet both nro a vita necessity in the lives of the men and women of this world The school prepares the child for its place in the socin and business world. Without the knowledge thus obtained a man or woman would bo totally unfitted for tho conflicts of life, handicapped from the crndlc to the grave. The church prepares the mind and the heart for that greater life to which our earth ly career is only n prelude, It opens the door to those mys tcrious steps which lend up ward to the realm of cternn glory, the final resting place of the soul that repents of its earthly transgressions. Without n second thought the purpose of effecting an organization. Tho "Home Beautiful Club" is waiting to bo born, and It needs a mother. Who will she be? DODGE BROTHERS Announce a substantial reduction in their prices as follows, delivered at Lancas- EVOLUTION BILL Now Before State Legislature Dr. McVey And Others Sr It I ter: Touring Car Roadster Coupe $975.00 of Rellttoui Liberty . $945.00 - $1,390.00 $1,550.00 $960.00 Sedan Business Cars Screen KINNAI8D Good BROS. Ladies To The Front! Hero's a suggestion for the ladies of our home community, and we know they can carry it through to completion with great success. There arc less attractive towns than ours, and then there are those that are more attractive. The latter condition is due to the fact that their citizens take exceptional pride in beautifying their surround ings. I 9 9 American Recognized as the BEST and prices are much lower. We are prepared to take care of your requirements. FIELD FEN6E j OLIVER CHILLED SYRACUSE HILL-SID- E ) PLOWS PLOWS I I LINE GENUINE POINTS FOR BOTH Come to us for everything in the HARDWARE you will find our prices lower than others. f Goodloe Walker Bros I We can do the same. It would be a simple matter for the citizens of this town, under tho leadership of our charming women, to get to gether and each agree to plant something especially attrac tive around the house or grounds this spring. A few cents in seeds, a little time in digging and arranging, done. and the work would-b- e The time consumed need not be taken from our daily labors. The slight digging and arrang ing would be no more than beneficial exercise nfter bust ness hours ,nnd the cost is too insignificant to consider. ' When you walk through a city nark you marvel at its beauty, but it is no more than human hands havo made Just as human hands could make this town a bower of boauty. Our wives and mothers nnd sisters and daughters arc the ones to inaugurate nnd push n movement of this kind. Theirs nrc the eyes for beautiful ef fects. and tho minds to con Z ceive them. And the men? They would do the work, of course. What man will not exert himself to Blight extent in order to 2 that his wife that her (lowers assure and shrubbery will bo as beau tiful as those of her neighbors and friends? Why not, ladles7 This paper will follow your lead with all of the encourage ment and publicity you desire. We believe in you. and wo bolievo you can manage a beautyfying campaign even better than the men. j for the original bill, though he said that he was in favor of same features of both of the substitutes whlcnhnil been prepared. Senator Hash made the first speech for the bill, e read tho substitute prepared by various ministers, which sought to give the requisite safe guard ho said, without employing the UngHuago of the original. He called attention to what ho salt was tho necessity of an enactment to pre tcct religious Instruction from being assailed by doctrines determined to It. Dr. MeVey Speaks. Doctor McVey said that religion should be generally upheld, and waa so upheld, but that this bill Is really an incroachmcnt on religious liberty, nnd that it could easily be so extend cd as to break down all human rights. A blow nt knowledge of the theory of evolutions 1 only the beginning of restrictions, he ndded. "Who will decide whnt tenchtng la In violation of the law. "he asked. "Shall a court determine It? If this bill becomes n law, the children of Kentucky would have no astronomy, no bacteriology, no biology, no zoo logy, because they are nil involved in evolution. If shut out of the State University ,the boys nnd girls will hnve to go elsewhere. The bill would bring reproach on Kentucky; It would spread the.. belief that Km-- v .f . . tucky has lost it grip on modern !.. ...I.. tk. Vl, church, Lexington, spoke .... llnr.ti.1 ' NevsMr. Farmer S I 1 2 I nut now in n position to make loans on selected Garrard County farms, at 10 per cont to SO per cent of the present market value. Four years time nt C per cont Interest. Good reasonable terms and n good liberal company. Do not hesitnto to let me know your want. R. G. WOODS Office, Peoples Bank, itnMeMmmteiMtttttMMtiMiiiiiI you not plan to be present next week with your Ilible. Last Sunday was a day of blewingi That fltllklft nt ttii. i.rwun hi our services, morning ami evening. Sumk hc ..Sewe s, mmmiK There were six additions to Same ouUUm, "r-j,- , church by letter at the mornmg w be cen,,erp,, f our (, Kht of Prophecy concerning in tMsl,. tlen to other Haptkta city or community to pla.e their let--1 nhuM ,hf ,,h,rfatM f thplr tcrs with us, or to come on eonfes. blindness concerning the events oe- slen of faith. curringln their day (Mat 183) "Ye The Junior and Senior Young I' can discern the faoe of the sky; but plc'a societies gave interesting and In onn ye net discern the signs of tho structlve programs last Sunday Shall we merit the same The yeung people are doing fcuke in our day. Sot If we watch splendid work, nnd Invite others to tne horizon of nations! and Interna-unit- e with them as active or assocl- - tiwal developments and studv them ate members. In the llffht of God's monthly business1 subjest " Whnt tho Kingdom of The regular meeting of the church was held last Heaven is Like," Sunday morning. , An earnest invitation Is extended There were over fifty present at to all to worship with us In all our tho prayer meeting last week. Will services. PAINT LICK, KY. Baptist Church News tnc,, 'IT ... ." re-nl- j thought" j There is a belief among those who have watched the progress of the movement with interest and it has been one of the most interesting phase of tho present session that the evolution bill is destined to early rejection by the Senate. So many ministers have attacked the meas ure, nnd so mnny educntors have lined up against it, with hardly n single defender among the teachers, that sentiment is seen to be running strongly against the bill which waa advocated in William Jennings Bry nn' speech there several weeks ago "The real question Is whether a State Legislature," Dr. I'owell said, hns any right to pau a bill which interferes with nendemic liberty " "The trouble In the colleges did not begin,' 'he continued, "until Bryan came to Kentucky, declaring that the teaching of the thoery of evolu tton was the root of nil evil." "Tho legislators do net own know what the real theory Is," Dr. Powell charged, "so how can they be expected to pass a sensible bill?" The theory should be interpreted by those who understand It, he oonMnued, for it In no wise encreaeho on the thco logical realm. "Instead of undermining faith," the pastor said, "the theory makes God n part of creation puts Him in Ills universe, and keeps Him from being an absentee diety. It does not' contrndlct tho lliblo became the Word does not claim to be an nuth ority on science. "Should the law be passed all tho 'ologies' would have to be taken out of a school and knowledge would be no more. The 'soul' is not tampered with by tho theory," Dr Powell con- tlnued, "And scientists con f us that the 'soul' is nn emanation of God, being In the realm of Immediate creation." Dr. I'owell predicted the bill 'Vould never be brought out of com mlttee." WMIMttMWtlllltMMIMMHMHM SPECIAL STOVE SALE We are olTorintr the host grade of Htnndurd mako Cookinir Stoves at exceptional bariralns for the next IS DAYS. All Hcatlntr Stovea are to bo sold absolutely nt cost for tho next 15 DAYS. Any Heating Stove of the famous Fisher Leaf, Foster and Anchor Lines go in this Bale. THE RAINQE ETERNAL 15DAYS GUT STOVE SALE15 to Teniae's world wido fame Is due it merit. It does the work. Stormcs' Drug Store. (It) HASELDEN BROTHERS The Central Record. Lancaster , Ky., Thursday, Feb 9 922 1 Well, It's In the Centra! Record Building ENGLE'S STORE... I'm here ta stay by filling your wants at Reasonable Prices. , n, Mrs. Jennie of Nicholas, abundant happiness of many friends. ville, Is tho guest for a few days of Mrs. George McRoberts has sent her cousin, Mrs. J. K. Robinson, on Do-ma- Lexington street. Reports Ship Kstes Is sinking and littlo recovery. from the bedside of Mrs. this morning say that he rapidly from heart trouble hope is held out for her Buy your Tobacco Canvas from us PURE CANE SUGAR, DARRINGTON GOOD. HALL M(is Joan Mount, who Is visiting COFFEE. EVERYTHING ZESH. lEjIbTO-ILiIE- J HfHHHMHMIHmMUIHMHMNHHINMM C friends and relatives In Atlanta, Is the recipient of .nary social functions given in her honor. Miss Mount will remain In the South sev eral weeks. Gossip About People e A BfW Mtntltfi of lh Comings nd Ostfift tyThi Wt Art leUruttd In. Miss Ktlzabeth Font ho from Cincinnati. Miss Lucy Vanhuii returned t.oxlne-to- n, visltlnji relatives. h in Mrs. J. K. Stertncs was a visitor Danville the pail week. In Mrs. Sautley Hughe has roturned from n visit In Leuisvlllc. Mr. ami Mrs. Kd Galne have been recent visitors Is In Danville. Mrs. Charlie Walter, ef Lexington, visiting Mrs. llalMc Dunlap. busi- Htm. J. K. Robinson made n ness trip te Danville retcntly. wit a visiter Hen. C. 0. Hagby, of Danville, In Lancaster last week. Mbs Hva Wttver has returned from several days stay In Louisville, Mrs. K. L. Owsley has returned from a three weeks stay in Danville. ville Martha and Helen 0111 wero ney for the States of Kentucky and vitttors in Lexington Tuesday. Virginia. A splendid promotion for Mrs. W. It. Ck, who has been the a very worthy gontleman ."AshbyV guest of Mrs. W. II. Mnsen, has re friends here, and their name is legion, are all proud ef the rapid turned to hr hm In Danville. strides he is making. Interior JournTfct many frieth ef Judge B. W. al. Harris are Kind ta knew h Is Im The woddlng ef Miss Helen proving from his recent Illness. of Lexington, and Mr. Marian Mr. Randolph Harris, of Stanfonl, A. Hcning, of Louisville, took place Is spending n few days with his par last Wednesday at two o'clock In ml, Judge and Mrs. K. W. Harris. JciTcrsonvlllc, Indiana. Mrs. Hcning is the granddaughter of Mrs. Mr. 11. R. Keiger and brother, J. C. Robinson, of this city, and is Clyde, of Somerset, wore in town a splendid young woman. The brideseveral days tMs week on business. groom is a traveling man and Uic couple will reside in Louisville. Mrs. Ilener ,whe has been visiting Roth bride and bridegroom are deher daughter, Mrs. Adelph Joscp'h, servedly popular and have the best has returned te her home in Louis congratulations wishes for) and Rob-inso- Mr. and Mrs. Lem Tenter and Mr. D. II. I'elphrey Is recovering family have rented their farm on the from pneumonia, his many friends Fall Lick plko and have moved to Crab Orchard, where they have taken will bo Kind to know. charge of the old King Hotel. Mr. Post Master K. P. Drown and wife and Mrs, Teatcr have always lived In have been recent visitors of Mrs. U. Garrard and they have many friends D Simpson in Lexington. who regret they have loft the county. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Hollards, of guests of Danville, were wcnk.end Mr. Ashby M. Warren, who has Mr. ami Mrs. Loyd ltourne. been chief claim agent for this division of the L, & M, has Just been Mr. and Mrs. 'John 0111 Kinnaird, promoted to assistant district attor-- out Inflations for a bridge party at her apartment In Covington, for Wednesday afternoon, In compliment to her guest, Mrs. Wilson of Rowling Green, Ky. Mrs. T. M. Wilson, of Howling Green, who arrived Monday for a visit with Mrs. George McRoberts, of Covington, will bo the pleasant excuse for a number of delightfully Informal social functions, Friday Mrs. Leslie Applegate, Jr., is entertaining with bridge in compliment to her; Thursday Mrs. R. A. Jones is giving a bridge party in her honor; Monday, Feb. 13th., Mrs. Raymond Heiser will entertain with cards for her, and Tuesday, Feb. 14th., Mrs. C. William Slmrall will give an auction party In compliment to her. A number of other entertainments in honor of Mrs. Wilson are utill In the planning, for which "the datos have net been set. Cincinnati Enquirer. FRANCIS-SMITArc showing n now and te H line of . Stamped Art Linens We .wish to announce that all hemstitching; in white cotton thread at lOcts., the thread furnished. All silk thread GO yard spools at 9cta., 100 yard spools at,18cta. All homstitchinR strictly cash. RELLA. A. FRANCIS. Incomo for 1021 he would have paid 15th., 1922. Forms may be obtainn tax of $56. ed frem collectors of Internal revKvory citizen and resident of the enue and branch olfhtes. Mtes . United States must determine for himself whether his income for 1921 Notice. To My was sufficient to require that a return be filed. Full Instructions for Customers making out a return arc contained on the forms, a copy of whloh will Having been sick I take this bo sent to taxpayers who (lied a re- means of notifying my customers turn last year. Failure to reeeive that I will soon be able to agnln call Income a return, however, does not relieve upon them. Save me your orders. D. I). Pelphrey, Wntklns, Agt Changes in the revenue law arc of a taxpayer of his obligation to flic . material benefit to the average fam- a return on time, on or before March ily man. Under the revenue act of 1921 a married person, living with wife or husband, whose net income -w for 1921 was $11,000 er less, is allowV Fk. I S a r v x. a iv. r l Yi ed a personal exemption of tt,800. Under the revenue net ef 1018 the In connection with our Shoe business we have exemption allowed a married person added a line of AUTOMOBILE ACCESSORIES, was f 2,000, regardless of the amount such as Tire Casing, Inside Tires, Inner Tubes, Boots, of net Income. Patchos, etc. The normal tax rate Is the same, Before you throw away that old tire come in 4 per cent on the first $4,000 of net and talk with us about our INSIDE TIRES or if you Income above the exemption, and 8 are in need of Casing see us before buying. per cent on the remaining net inRemember he place, next door to Goodloe nnd come. Given his personal exempWalker Bros. Hardware Store. tion of $2,500, plus $400 for each dependent, a married man with three & children the average American family will pay this year on a net income of $4,000 a tax of $12. On the same Tax Facts I lt-p- -- auui -- nirs Mauley Wilson Shoe Hospital day. Mr. Henry Simpson, of Lexington, Is visiting his sister, Mrs. K. P. Dr. VtrKH Klrlnalrd and Mr. l.ige Drown and Mr. Urown, en Stanford Ford were vkUsrs in Lexington Mon street. Mr. WlWata Mb Ode Miller, ef Ntcholasvllte, spending has returned home after several several weeks In Mississippi on busi weeks stay with her cousin, Miss Al- ness. lene Thomas. Walker Is .Mr. lif efRO aurtnebntati has re turned from a two days vMt In Dan- 1 ville. Mr. llarvc Melteberts of Stanford, visited his sister, Mrs. J. II. Mount, Miss Carrie Holle Remans, who Sunday. tea oh es in Stanford, spent the week Mlis Sue Shelby Masan spent the end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W, J. Romans. week-en- d with Mrs. W. 11. Cook In Danville. Mrs. II. C Hamilton has been a recent visitor of her dauhgter, Miss Mil Virginia Hourne has been spending a few day with Mrs. J. E. Thelma Hamilton, at Hamilton Cot. lege, Lexington. Itoblnion. Mrs. 3allle ilroaddus, who has been Miss Katie Harriet Dickcr4n has visiting her daughter in Richmond, returned from n visit te friends In is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Dave Lexington. Ross and Mr. Ross. Mrs. Woods Walker ami Miss Mary Mr Joe Wheeler, of ML Vemen, Mae Wulktr have been recent visitors ha been the gacst of his mother, Mrs. in Danville. Dora Wheeler, at the home of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. U. II. liaison have and Mrs. Ren Weed. moved to the Ststmes Flat on Dan. Mr. J. R. llasetden, of thU city, ville avenue. has been named by Gov. Kdwln P. Mrs. 0. F. Walter and Miss Kath-lee- n Morrow on the Heard of CommisWalter, of Lexington, are vlsl-tln- tr sioners for thu Kentucky School for Misses Mayfne and Kthel Walter, the Deaf In Danville. Mr. ond Mrs. Joe Francis Price Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Frisbie return- have been recent visitors of Dr. and j ed Wednesday from a few days visit Mrs. 8. 1 Grant Muring taeir absence in i.GUMvme. Mrs. Martha Price Friable waa the Mrs,. Kmmn KaulTmaa and Ilea. guest of Mrs. 11 I Owvley, Mr. and Clay KaulTman have been spendintr a Mrs. N'opo Price. few days in Louisville. Miss Klveree Carter entertained The many friends of Mrs. Mount at her home on Litxinglit street,, . Tl... I.... . If. ore t;lnd to know she Js improving were Misses Helen Simpson, Marie from her recent illness. Halley and Ethel Ralncy. Mr. and Mn. lien Wood moved Misses Hetty Perry ,ef Itlehraond, Tuesday to the. George Smith resiKatie Karnes Dickcrsou, Christine dence on Danville avenue. Sanders and Mary Davis of Lances. Mrs. John McKee, of Danville, tor, former students', visited their spent a few days last week with her last year classmates of Hamilton Col brother, Mr. and Mrs. Joss Thomas lege, Lexington .during the. week. and family. Lexington Herald. l.-- L Mrs. Adelph Joseph has return r;l from Cincinnati, where she purchas I mere spring goods for the Joseph M Winery parler. A SIX for the Price of a FCMF! You can buy n Stud cbaker LIGHT-SIX today at n X four-cylind- er priccl' in ANY Four. Bat you cannot buy Studcbakor LIGHT-SI- tiocformaaae LIGHT-SIX other Yit gt air fn (he more for your money in the sStiulcbakcr tliouwntl-dolla- than fn an r cIms. Because: () Stwklakcr had the blggat volume in iU hUlt In 1921. (2) StuJeiaktr tales In 1921 Dtre 29 per cent greater than In 1920 Me M total c all other makes Bus 45 per cent liss than in 1 920. (J) Stmtehakcr Is the uwJj largtst builder o cars builds imihtog but iixes. 1 Sludffbnker builds the UCHT-SI; far lou than it costs most manufacturers to turn out a lour, bocauaa it is produced complete in the Studabakcr plants. X ii ' TlwavcragoliM-pricco- the hlgh-prioo- d the fours is $1200. Tliisdoos not include fours. The Studcbakor LIGHT-SITouring Car lists at only $1045. f better-know- n X Lleltt'Ste UP ri'Ji, Gbssssa Studcbnkcr builds economically and sails at n low price because of uous large volume, efficient production and skillful purchase of matatials. X contin- " The new low price of the UGHT-S1was established without lowering the quality one iota. Its intrinsic value is unsurpassed in the industry, regardla of price, i ooay s pneo or tnc aiuucuaKcr uun lOlA. is the lowest at which it ias ever been tola. 1 :iifRtIuSln S Pmu, IjolsSr (WW) - iWtl. .. iS . (1.1'im.) 1118 JJ-- I 13 C Is 1760 Spaclal-Sl-x IW H'. .Tourii.. CJuhU , SO 11. 1'. Jjjoo J. E. M. your money. 1 i ne iew Liuri l oix . idau....'. Cp Itiudttrr (M'anJ Huskier (HW) (14'si,) Dlfr-Sl- UK MS 21&Q nj5 2150 x $1045 o, b. South UcnJ m Cjiar...4 Sediu Coupe (4.1W) ii w. lourin. . cisoo 1783 2SOO 2700 EVERY SACK GUARANTEED. We sell this flour at $1.20 and If It Is not satisfactory, we will gladly refund "CARD WELL & ARNOLD DANVILLE, AGENTS Scott Phone 206. & Ruble Public Square. KENTUCKY. This is o a S.tudebaker Year The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Feb 9 1922. TO THE PUBLIC! Important . Announcement Regarding The 1922 Prices. WE, as well as you, are sincerely desirous of seeing a return to normal prices during 1922. It is better for our business to stimulate more liberal buying on the part of the public at close prices than it is to suffer a reduced volume of trade at larger profits. In order to bring about a revival of healthy business conditions in this community we are each pledged to mark our goods in 1922 down to the lowest selling price possible for us to maintain, and to keep the quality of our goods up to the high standard you have heretofore en joyed. We feel that though we may suffer a temporary sacrifice in taking this course, in'the end we will profit by it through your continued confidence and good will. We ask you, as loyal citizens of the community, to study carefully the list of business houses represented here, and to bear in mind that we are determined to do our utmost toward restoring normal conditions in this town and countryside. Meet us half way by investigating our goods and prices before taking or sending your money elsewhere. We ask this in common fairness and in the interest of our united welfare. -- ""BMWB"Pi . . - 1 JOSEPH'S Exclusive Ladies Outfitters DAVIDSON & MILLER Insurance. Office Citizens Nntionnl Bank i HUDSON & FARNAU Hull aril's Obelisk Flour p GOODLOE & WALKER BROS. Hnrdwnre nnd Implements J. E. DICKERSON & SON Do Goods, Lndies Rendy-to-Wenr HASELDEN BROS. Hnrdwnre, Implements, Ford Cnrs . - KINNAIRD BROS. Dodge Brothers Motor Cars F. B. MARKSBURY & CO. George Washington Flour t THE BROWN STORE Dry Goods, Groceries and Shoes Made from soft wheat l . - : GARRARD RILLING CO. Glen Lily, no Blench, no Blend t BASTIN LUMBER CO. All Kinds of Lumber and Building Materials ' ' FRANCIS-SMIT- H Fashionable Milliners nnd Notions ' " , W. B. BALL i CONN & CONN Buick Dealers - ' ' CURREY & GULLEY Groceries nnd Meats Staple nnd-Fnric- y Groceries . -- ' i - m CONN BROS. "Live nnd Let Live Folks." SCOTT & RUBLE - - THE PURITAN . 0 Groceries nnd Meats Joe Gulnchiglianl Confectionery and Restaurant 4 GAINES' INSURANCE "Best by Test." . HASELDEN BROS. GARAGE Roadster $319, Touring $348. F. O. B. Detroit McROBERTS DRUG STORE Prescription, filled here by Registered Pharmacist n The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Feb 9, 1922 SAVE MONEY WHEN YOUNG .enjoy it in after like A MESSAGE TO TIRED, SICK FOLKS LANDLORDS Must Control Crops Land-owner- "BRED IN OLD KENTUCKY" Young men who woulil enter the decline of life in comfortable circumstances nhouM begin to save now. The approved modern methoJ of laving Is a savings account in the home bank. This bank invite young men and young women to Join its family of Mvlngs depositors. One dollar opens a saving account, and any sum may be deposited thereafter. THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. Capital $50,000. Honor Roll Dunk Surplus $50,000. taken from the air. Every ton Solution this crop takes only 3.00 worth of Legumes of from the soil while the reSoil plant food18.00 worth, wajch it conTo maining tains, Is taken from the air. On the other hand, a bushel of legume corn removes one pound of nitrogen, Lexington, Ky., Morn nearly crops to replace a portion of the of n pound of phoscrops on Kentucky farms is phorous and of a pound of This the one big hope in economically potassium from the soil. building up the State's soils to a high amount of plant food when purchased er state of fertility, according to re on the market as commercial fertilizer commendations being made by soils J would cost about 26 cents or about the present value of a bushel and crops specialists at the College one-haLegume, such as of cern. of Agriculture. A bushel of wheat removes ono clover, add to the fertility of the pounds of nitrogen, soil by darwing nitrogen from the and one-hacrops such as about of a pound of phosair while h timothy hay, wheat and corn, draw phorous and of n pound en the soil for all their plant food, of potassium. This amount of plant according to the specialist. The feed when purchased as commercial crops fertiliser would cost about 36 cents extensive use of d the present value of ver a long period of years has pro v. or ml a heavy drain on the fertility of wheat. A ton of timothy hay removes 24 Kentucky soils, they say. In pointing out the Importance of pounds of nitrogen, three pounds of legumes In a system of crop Improve- phosphorous and 24 pounds of potasment, the specialist are showing far- sium worth $7.00 in the form of comcf mercial fertiliser or about mers that more than the plant food contained in clover is the market value of hay. non-leguone-fifth one-fifth lf lf non-leguone-four- th one-fourte one-thirtwo-thirone-third ) houses, hog houses, storage houses, hay and machinery sheds, water tanks, milk cooling tanks and hay stackers. The new circular which is tribution No. Ill, may be obtained free by Ky., A new publica- writing the Experiment Station, Lexington, tion which Is just off the press at the College of Agriculture and which is being sent to interested farmers conIf sufficient opposition Is encountains n list of more than 50 plans tered from foreign nations It is posfor farm buildings prepared by the sible that congress may do something farm engineering section of the col toward the encouragement ofnn lege for distribution nmong farmers American merchant marine. Uncle If alcohol as a' fuel fur automo- - to tenants who are unwilling to sign of the State. The list of buildings Sam gets powerfully peeved and biles becomes popular in this eoun-- ( the Association contract, but In the for which plans can be furnished in- j stubborn at times when others oppose try the "thirsty" will at least find event that this cannot be avoided, it cludes all types of barns, poultry him. some consolation in smelling the' will be legnlly necessary for them to make such contracts with their ten fumes. ants ns to provide for the control and sale of the tobacco romaining abson nr n nrnvpv lutely in the hands of the landlord. W. U. DICKERS0N "To avoid any poMlble dilTiculty, GARKAUD COUNTY COUIIT On Petition however .It will be much more pre It. P .Ilrown, Assignee, Ilv virtue of a Judgment and or ferable for landlords to insist upon &lnn?'X ",.lJU KteVla HV. eT: 'ving nil their ltenants Join the 'A . I 1 Itfak III IIIV "U'l ft.aV "" ,1 "- " " undersigned will on 192V Association is concerned, its relatlon- TUKSDAY. FBMIUAKY 21st, ship with tenant members win at about 10:30 A. M. sell to the bidder on the premises about fourj ways be on a par to its relationship miles from Huena Vista, on the High wilh inndIord m(.mbers .but In the OrflcejPhone 18. Residence I hone ?fl should guard against Capital $50,000.00 ii'iuiuia ertv : znnmnK cururucui win. iiit-'iSurplus $60,000.00 That tract of land in Garrard which in any way can be construed Countv. Kentucky.' on the waters of ns being in opposition to their con- Honor Roll Dank. Dlx lUvcr, beginning at a stake In the, which pro- 4 per cent paid on time deP center of the Huena Vista and Dix tract with the Association, positsCall and see us. Ittver turn pike road, said stako being, vine, mat an oi me- xooacco mey S. 15 degrees. K. 30 links, from a. control, directly or indirectly, must Tankerslcy. HARMON'S LICK J. J, Walker, President thorn tree and being corner to Jim'move through Association channels." Mr. and Mrs. George Collett were uaugnman ami urpna iiuoie, mcncci W. F. Champ, Mr. Dud Todd is going to North! visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Huletto with Hublc'a line tho center of the' W O. Kigney, Ass't. to the President I J r. I "t.J .li.- -r P 7 nnl nlt Carolina Monday. Your last Sunday, L. G. Davidson, Cashier. and 18 links to a stako in the pike,. Mr. Isaac Saylor and family nrc Mr. Granville Saylor and son, Mr. L. Rll), Assistant Cashier. J corner to the lands of Mrs. Hill; to Action going to Corbln Tuesday. YV. F. Miller, Assistant Cashier. Henry Saylor, arc going to erect a thence with her line with the fence, 11 degrees, W. 102 poles to a Mrs. Naomi Hamilton, Teller. Mr. Ed. Johnson and family have store on Harmon's Lick. black oak stump, with ash pointers on MR Culekly Overcomes Biliousness. novcd to Loveland, Ohio. Mrs. Andrew Johnson nnd .two, Constipation, Sick llssdich. Mo top of the river cliff; thence with the arl-l- f orPaln. Ouarantsaa. and degrees, West top of clilT, N. 52 Mr. Henry Tankerslcy and family children were visitors of Mr. 35 poles; thence N. 81H degrees, W. Mrs. Isaa: Saylor Sunday. NATIONAL BANK. organs of digestion, atslmltf have moved to Paris, Ky. The 3S poles; thence S. 08 degrees, W. tlon nnd elimination the stomach, Mr. George Cooley and Mr. John Mrs. Robert Johnson and family 10 poles; thence N. 78 degrees, W. llvrr nnd twel ore cloeeljr silled. LANCASTER. KY. 1 1 poles, passing an old fence, in all Cooley, have bought Mat Callett'a snt the Isproper action of any of th the are visiting Mrs. John Todd. organs lurselr dependent Uin 14 poles to a black Tiak on top of con-re-t functlonlnrroi all tbo others. 41 per cent Protein Cotton Seed farm and Mat Collett is going to have Corner Publjc Square nml Dnnvillc Street. Whlpplnc" youp Jtver Into nclloA cllir; thence K. HO degrees, W. 24 twwela Hudson & Farnau. a sale Saturday, Feb. 11th. Meal for sale. poles to a black oak and sugar tree,) with ralutntl or torelna: with Irritating laxatives or strons; thence N. 15 degrees, K. 29 4 poles tst lat riles Is a crest mlitake. A betMiss Nancy Johnson was the guest to a stake in the Perkins ford road; ter, safer llan Is strengthening; ant of Miss Clarn and Sara Uoskins Sunthe wholo dlsjeitlva anil Remedy thence with the road N. 45 degrees, tenuis eyetem with Nature's ehmlna-t- it Loans, Loans, Loans ilny night. MT. HEBRON K. 14 poles; thence N. 78 ' degrees, (Nil Tablets), which not only brines day. of the Earth." to bgiven at the K. 10 poles; N. 09 degrees. K. 12 Immediate relief, but genuine and tail-in- s . Mrs. Brown Church has been vision acta on tho tmprove-- i Mrs. Wm. Onstott is 111 with gripp. o flhe Earth," to bo given At the poles; N. 54 degrees, K. 18 poles to llvrr.benefit Itand kidneys, stomach, Mrs. Jim botTeta ting her mother-in-laa comer on a rock near ton of cliiT.I dlreetlon and assimilation, overcome Mrs. Thos. Soptr is on the sick school auditorium here Friday eve- thence N. 8 degrees, K. 08 poles to a. blhouancss. correrta constipation anil Church. FARM LANDS ning at 7 JO. UsU stake in tho Saw Mill Ilrnnch; thence' quickly relieves sick licadarhe. cleansed Mr. and two sons, were (let your eyatem thoryut hly Harrison and Craig, the little sons with the meanders of n branch N.' and purified for once: stomach, liver visitors of Mr. and Mrs. John Todd Mrs. Mahala Sherrow Is quite ill together In of Mr. Harvey Dean spent the later 03 degrees. K. 10 poles. N. 87 2 dc-- i and bowels working you will not liava S'inday this week. harmony, and degrees,! to N. every day take & MOULDER part of the week with their grand- grces, K. 7poles poles, larce54rock in nl onetako medlclno ocnulonally Jutt keep K. 20 to a Mr. N. Prewltt of TeatersvlIIe, to Nancy Tollic and Homer Johnson Mil Tablet parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Dean. system tn rood condition and al- branch, thence N. 83 E. 13 poles' BURGIN, KY. closed a ten nights singing at this have been visiting their aunt, Mrs. t'luut to an ash on the ea.t,bank or branch! Wheat U.IUrJ. MI..J j plaee Sunday night. John Todd. Office, Citizens Bank & Trust R)ra Middlings, Tankage for and corner to the lands of Joseph'I it Is to got wlL Hack; thence with Hack's lino with Mrs. llettie Montgomery of Company. Mils Ida Mao Lafcvcrs has been . it?.i.An?.,tSL,!t you bogs, Sweet Dairy Feed. Horta sad, me fence, I. JU degrees, east -- O any (tf.) is with her daughter, Mrs. and benefit mater relief medlelns you than vied visiting her grandmother Mrs. Nancy Hudson & Farnsu. poles to the corner of a wire fence; Mule Feed. ever towel or llrer J. It. Duncan at Lock No. 8. " N " ana Mr. Jasper Sams of this place, and thencc S. 41 4 degrees. E. 22 poles guaranteea Iter, fit-nMarks- -' a stake at an oak; thence S. 12 T2SnBii4 Thompson of your druggist. 3!Isj Lovie Drown, of Iluskcye were to degrees, E. 33 poles and 20 links 4 'McROBERTS nplir. Tnnr lmry will preach at this place Sun- -' united in marriage ntthe home of to a nacKoerry; inence . v I : stay at 11 P. M. and at 7 A. M. E. 31 1.2 poles to a stone on .Manly at Lancaster Wednesday Iter. Mr. Clayton Preston is building a afternoon. They have the best wish tho west sldo of a branch, thenco N. 72 2 degrees, E. 6 2 poles to an House on his land recently purchased, es of their many friends her. oak; thence N. 63 degrees, K. 2 4 freat Mr. Joe Duncan at this place, j - N' Voles to a stake in the pike and cor Orchard' Mrs. KM Hnidrickion of Just as we are gleefully figuring on tier to the land of Morgan Prior;, Gntve .spent last Wednesday with; getting rid of tho coal man the Ice thence with the center of the pike,' S. 42 2 degrees, E. poles, To allow a child to become extravagant, no mather grandmother, Sirs. E. F. Scott, a grin and begins to 48 12 degrees, E. 30 42 poles to S. man n ter how well-of- f the parents may be, is to seriously conclusively that stake in me pine, corner to Trior and Mis Mary Francis strut proving Ilernlce and interfere with the development of its character. Buy, Montgomery And l.uella Doolln were there is always twmo hlc'x ready to iwnghman. thence with Bauehman's Extravagance breeds idleness and a lack of apline renter or the pike S. 39 4 deguests of Miss Zelda Onstott Satur-- ! take the Joy out of our sorrows. Spud Stock grees, E. K poles, S. 10 degrees, preciation of values. A pamperod and E. 27 poles. S. 41 4 degrees, E. child can never really experience those joys nnd 21 poles to the beginning .containing pleasures that aro the birthright of childhood. 101 arrrs, bein the same land conYou will not regret it if you require your chilLexington, Ky., In view of the veyed by J. U Chrostopher and others, heirs of J. T. Christopher, de- small quantity of certified and caredren to earn their money nnd then to save a part of ceased to B. S. Ruble, by deed dated fully selected potato seed- - that Is it. Teach them thrift. Let them open an account Nov. 8th., 1010, and recorded in the with us. Wo'll be glad to have them call at any Garrard County Clerk's office in available each year, specialists on the time. crop at the College of Agriculture Deed Hook 34, page 612, Two The object of the sale is to settle art! urcimr Kentucky farmers to net tne estate or M. b. Hublc, assigned, their supply of seed as early as pos nnd to p:iy the mortgage lien of $5. sible. The small amount of good 000.00, with interest from March 24th.. 1020 at six per cent per annum, seed that is placed on the market each year is soon taken up by large uue J. l. Williams, The purchaser will be required to potato growers with tho result that Crescent City Special New Orleans Limited assume the payment of a mortgage farmers who fail to order early are note dated Pec. 31st., 1910 and for 1030 P.M. Lv. LsjJftjtefl.., 10WA.M. Lv. Lsxbtttofl seed the sum or 17,000.00 and bearing in- compelled to plant common 11:30 P.M. Lv. DvW.. Lv. DmvWo A.M. per cent which' is available in large quantterest at the rato of 5 12:40 A.M. 12;M P.M. Lv. Semerot Lv. Smfset per annum from July 1, 1021, until ities later In the season, the speci620 A.M. paid and duo January 1, 1924. Said alists say. Good seed that has been Ar. CwsHanooga 620 P.M. Ar. Ckait-eMmortage executed by B. S. Ruble to 10:30 A.M. Ar. eWmlaium Ar. BkmiftfHaffl 1B:M P.M. tho Mutual Benefit Life Insurance selected from certified stock is one 10:00 P.M. Ar. NwOflaM Ar. New Oflsvs 10:30 A.M. 4 PER CENT ON TIME AND SAVINGS Co. of Newark, New Jersey, and for of the best means of insuring a big tho balance of the purchase price the crop, the specialists are pointing out Pullman Sieeptng Cars and Coaches purchaser will 1m required to give to fanners. bonds with good security duo in six Dining Cars Serving Ml Meals Kentucky will have a limited and twelve months from date of sale, Go payablo to the undersigned bearing amount of 'certified seed for sale durfet eUMev ttalg car rswvaHoM or otfcK Weriwrtlwi, tly to six ner cent interest from date un. ing the coming season while Maine, LANCASTER, KY. Ticket Afst, or addrsM, til paid and secured by a lein on the New York, Vermont, Minnesota and We sell travelers Cheques, which are good in land. several other states will have their Aft, H. C KINO, DMriet the United States and all foreign countries. K, P. Brown, Assignee pota1M Nertf) LhtM40M StrtMt, LtxtatoA, Ky. of B. S. Ruble. usual quantity, according to the to men. G. C. Walker, Attorney. Arc Kentucky's Problems "There seems to be some misunderstanding as to the meaning of the statement recently that landlords Co to your druggist and ask htm would be presumed to control the n and take crops growji on their land In 1022 for (Judc's it with your meals for n few weeks nnd thereafter," said Chief of the and see how your health Improves. Field Service Division Joseph Passon-nea- u If you arc pale, tired, lack amSaturday, when nsked In regard bition and vigor, you know yourself to Just what cITect the application that if you had plenty of red blood of that clause of the marketing conthat you would not feel tired and tract would have oti control of tobachalf sick all the time. The only sura co grown for the next Ave years on foundation of permanent health is the lands of members of the Hurley n good blood. Gude's As- Tobacco Growers' builds up your blood with n form of oclatlon. Iron that gets Into your system "Tenants who belong to tho As- qulekiy. It Is wonderful. You will relation, of course," he said, "should like It and It will make you feel so bc t0 Mme po,ltlon In the fu- well and strong. Life will be worth ture nt thpy nrc this year, Insofar living again. Try it and you will their relationship to the Assoc!-than- k us for telling you about It.' -- lion Is concerned. Nothinu should n Druggists sell Gude's j,e ,ono to eMon the interests of Ad-- , in both liquid and tablet form. joynl tenant members In the organl- vertlscmcnt. ration. Hut landlords belonging to iMin,, the Association cannot legally rent i Tt. ,,.! r member, upon a crop in the way of a speed ,and, .to suicide is to basis. ,,, b .., j good policy! ,t newspaper mention . . .b , I'epto-MangaPcpto-Manga' Pcpto-Manga- Don't Drag Through Life Half Sick And Half Well. Take This Advico Members of Hurley Tobacco Growers' Should IntUl On Tenants Joining, Says Chief of Field Service, In Order To Avoid Difficultly. UL.OOD WILL, T12L.L. Replace your scrub and grade sires with good purebred. Join the "lletter Sire, Better Stock" compalgn. What about this trio of herd boars? KING PILOT NO. 157,531, by the Pilot, the world'i chnmpion. , "KENTUCKY RANGER," sired by the largest boor in the world. 'KENTUCKY CHECKERS," it's your move. -- CATTLE We own more BLACK-CAP black-cap- s CATTLE CATTLE than any herd In Kentucky. BLACK-CA- P ROYALTY NO. 253,797 AND GARRARD NO. 283,601, "Herd Bulls." Young stock cither sex for sate nt all times. Visitors always welcome. Dixie Stock Farms. SANDERS BROS. & AMON, PROP. LANCASTER, KY. Farm Building Circular Ready For Dis- tL... ,i, ' Assignee's Sale I?', W. O. RIGNEV & CO. iwu , 1 ai-e- st Funeral Directors mid Embalmers Lancaster, Kentucky. fu-fd- dld. j am Don't Prod a Livtr CITIZENS i Bud-Tod- d vlg-cro- Liberal Appraisements VORIS 3-- 4, Fd, Mid-dllng- s, le, ot tefe totetT J?. 1- -J 3-- $ 3-- ' 1 ARE YOUR CHILDREN EXTRAVAGANT? j rarmers Urged io Seed Early 1- -4 over-indulg- ed 3-- SoiTfflOwMwSsmM Through Trains Daily Birmingham 11-4- 0 New Orleans S. Tlie Garrard Bank & Trust PeHf 1 3 D .THE BIGGEST The Central Record, Lancaster. Ky., Thursday, Feb 9, 1922 "When I began tnktnj? Tnntnc I only welched OH Muntl., now wpljrh 12B pound ami never felt better in Peden, of my life." my Mr. HunUvtlle, Aln. Ste-rmDmit Store. (It ) Cb. SHOE SALE 1 To of ( lie Tobacco & Growers .1 UPSON wnn a intent Nnylor. i Garrard, Lincoln Adjoining Counties Ever Held In Danville IS ON IN FULL BLAST AND WILL LAST 10 DAYS Tuedy her aunt, Mr. Robert Shwp. Mr and Mr. W. M. Slmpwa were intent Sunday of Mr. nml Mr. - I. Matthew. Mr Stanley Porter pen( Saturday! niht with Mr. WiM Simpson, of liny of Mr. Adu Mim MamHe It. Crime Mi Virginia vwtinjr J (rowers' Why We Have Reorganized A NEW MANAGER HAS TAKEN CHARGE OF OUR SHOE DEPARTMENT. HE MUST MAKE GOOD, THEREFORE THE FIRST THING HE PROPOSES IS TO CLEAN HOUSE. RESULT OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF MEN'S, WOMEN'S AND CHILPRICES FOR DREN'S SHOES ARE OFFERED TO YOU AT SACRIFICING ON TABLES FOR MEN LOT NO. 1 LiKht and Brown Calf Brogue $1.-1Shoos LOT NO. 2. Brown Calf Large lot of Walk-Over$10.00 values and KukIMi 5 The loeciuiitf plants of the Barley Tobacco Assouation t Lancaster will crop ntn i'iers handle 184 TO 342 INCLUSIVE. FOK THE WEEK STARTING FEBRUARY 13th WATCH THIS PAPER EACH WEEK FOB YOUR NUMBER. All those holding these numbers must phone Lancaster No old between the hours of H A. M. and live P M . for . DEFINITE DATE FOR DELIVERY. DO NOT BRING tobacco before beinK Kiven a DEFINITE DATE, us we cannot receive it unlesa you have h en yiv-- r. A DATE FOR DELIVERY. Jinn otir t .bano ON THE STICK. IjincaMer. week-en- J Mr. OWto Hniley. of l.well wa iratnt of hH brother, Mr W. Dailey. a Manter Wwatey Itay Dailey j i l:t U. s, ON TABLES FOR WOMEN LOT NO 1 Pair. Broken Lot, of I Itch Hod Shoos, many style, all heels, most- ly small suos, while they last $1.00 LOT NO. 2 many . LOT NO. 3 Calf Blucher Medium Toes, $0.00 values, now $5.00 and $2.85 whtf mostly they )lst style, of am, 0xfm,s ()f small sizes, $i.oo 0N TABLES FOR CHILDREN $1-',- LOT NO. 1 ON TABLES FOR 30YS Black Calf lace Shoes, sizes Brown and LOT NO 1 8' " $2 r,,; to $:U0 va,UM Black Calf and Blucher. Lace Shoes. LOT NO 2 Medium Toes, $:t.r,o values, $1.95 LOT NO. 2. Children's Black ami Brown Calf. Lace Boy's Heavy. Hijrh Top Outing Shoes. Shoes, sizes r to 8. $2.00 and $3.00 $1.45 $1.50 and S.Y.'iO values, now $2.95 values, now S vitit.tr Sunday of hi Krnnilparent. Mr and Mm. Sim liny. one to Mr Robert Simpn ha hi brother, Mr. Dock Simpson, ill .it Richmond, "w'm Wheat Mid. iUll.r.l. Mi.r.1 illinet, Ityp Middling!, Tanlagr for liog, Swrrt Dairy PrrJ, llnrte anil1 Mule Feed. Illiillon & I'attiKU. Mr. and Mr. Tom XaylorlaMr an I Mr Jame Clark spent Friday with Mr and Mr. I due tlohon and Mr and Mm. Helbert (raw. Mr. and .Mr. J. IV Hay and Mr. Sarnie Hay spent ."Sunday with Mr. and Mm. VV. M. Hlae. Mr. Nan-m- e Kay and daughter, Virginia, were icuetf in the V, are sorrow to give up two Mieh imi families a Mwhi. Cejr .md Jame llfck. who moeed to I,n--ntlast week. Our lee U ah-ate-r' w BURLEY TOBACCO GROWERS ASSOCIATION JOHN M. FAUNA, ManaRcr, Leaf Dept., Lnnoastcr. Card Of Thanks. We f i Notice. AM if v.. r it ar. .). !i iiiait prison- - havin rlaimn tt after. rxprtM frifn.l an httwn u ur I tuink .ii-at- tl lit- - k many Jee of ur h thr band and falhrr Mr. Iai.l Kankm and Family, in rr'al'w f..r n.tnr ' v il nf Jamr prrrnl mf properly pnrn tt tHr untrrimi or my attorney!, tlohm thr itat lKr, aKi"t j j er Card Of Thanks VV Th KawtTwan m.t.btr. pi makr pa) d nirnt (o m at oner t dcd. I Jamnt Hamilton. lUrcul.T 1(;S Pairs of Women's Felt SPECIAL-'.- !!) SPECIAL Pair Satin Slippers Comfys, $2.00 values, now at $1.15 lots mostly small si-ie- odd We have prepared for the BIGGEST SHOE SALE EVER HELD IN DAN- VILLE and arc offering the most complete stock of best QUALITY SHOES at the LOWEST PRICE ever featured !n a sale, sufficient experienced salespeople on band to Rive you quick and efficient service. Many of our Shoes arc displayed on tables and racks according to size and prices to help you select what you want. Wc can only list a few of the many values offered. We advise that you take advantage of this sale and get your shnrc of the bargains. T1S HUB-PUSHi- .M CO. PRICE, THE STORE OF GOOD QUALITY, LOW DANVILLE, EXt -- LLENT SERVICE. KENTUCKY. ft i And 1 it OF ae 7-- manner to ritprra In Re Of tnanki our n pf relation wf and ami fmc tA many kiMdnwawii frail mm Thonaad af n by B. S .Ruble, Assigned vi .nrn hav frportwt an aMntihimc frHMto dttrtli tbt laat ad Notur is hrrrli)- irivm U.it :m n a illiMW of mr hMbaad, brothrr and rapul inrra in nnilrratKnrd. a at irnff "f U N r u!t of takttiK Tanlaf. fiUbtr. . '.nn t Nvblr. null lt to rrrflVr i It i Storm' Drujc Store. 9larry, rtatv at Irn .',!.., 'n A againt Swit T. Krtma. O M., bruar, b Om 2Mh. day of ' Jmm Fnm. ! 9tt, in th dITicv of thr Uat. f It. II. I'maa, in flartartl l uiints, j BryantavUlr. rj. v Classified Column : C. M. frM. I Krattwkjr. All penam hain r.'mnn , t5 POH &LK; Iim faary Thw-- 1 mim aaid mrtaWt wttl pnmtnt i RATES, brd, Owv Farm, ThomiBkina' Stfw property vrrtfad, at th abvr Natu J S. C. Knots Utand Mrd RoMUro. at. d dm and place. Single lnorttonj lc n url K. 1. Brown. m rnr from aam Ami. trko N'o mi taken for let than x phtm or rraxtnablr Call and Amiw of B 8 Huliitf v. ritr in this column. N'o ntii in tliii Mr. Frmi Hatt, itf.) faint Uefc.. Notice. column ctwrnixt. , All porjown bnwwff '.aima acaintl tlm Seven ituerUoim fer Nannu- J lM Sweet Clover tho anUto mi at price ef llva. iayo, nriU nforostt aam to me pr , I'hunv tinltTj mutt be (Mtttl And Honey erljr prtva, or bofor Februar-S&tk.promptly. IMS. All pan umnz can Why sow red cker. whrn f th ralatw, plaaao Mttl a oner cluvrr fur by Nobocca U'ilUaaM, Kxutnx. arrin-hwhtrb U brttrr 5pr-ui- l oid (1 SSt.) Olfiff rooms for runt on i dtroct fror- - rwt r. I'ncr Citizen .N'ntioHnl llnnk. and circular flour. AUo pnrra on (I3tf.) john a siiKMiAN An purr hony. Fixintr Falmouth, Ky. bmfa. K. P. No. t earn loll SAl.B:-T- w d Light WCig ht ISO and MK) pouatk. takt thi train. or Estate 1 nihbr. oi - ; . I h. pri, fot oar-hal- 1 fr. ft 1.2ft-ot-p- Ordinance The Electric J. TO LOAN connnjr i II. pair of may concern: awtlos. Only' To whom it Notice lit hereby ivn by the mari';i",M'hle imrt)' wd apply. of Masonic HnmMn llroa.l jority of atockholdert i ( tf Huildlng Aeociation, roled that id cor- rtnttde' the Itoatd f Directors f 2 FOIJ SAI.Kr AbMt in KuaiBMM m nro--' !..n l Ited kttNrt and IM. lmno herby done. Mlm Fiinaie 'Hi. ldd by law and Til. One thrtto-yoar-o; k1 Notice Of Dissolution I Rates In And For The City Of Lancaster, Etc. TH uiU. (J-ll- laiwitr, . , rrty K Council . of the C.'y of do ordain an I order (It.) MaMmic KuHdiaK Personal Property Rental of I )un' t foruot utabto. I. Cobb at the It-p- oW - J. It.) It. Arnnlil ! WUI al take care John Ilalde, M. AxciaU, Farra, Pro. I Tbat the rate for btrie litt to the newdfttU of anid 1'irbta 15 reata per K. W II.. dlaeouat of I per ceat, il the hill it rvadvred aad paid at the end of totrh launtb. or b the 1Mb. uf th.- follow: SofU,1) ; Pr 'hj. " pr 11. of your team, wKoa and under ky. LOST: On bantu, ! ' Real Estate Saturday, Feb 18th, AT 9:30 A. M. containing on the promboH. will rent the land of the late Henrietta Pendleton, located on the Poor Kidtto pike in Garrard county, Kentucky, for the year 1022. acre and j nuoomtary This land h well improved, with good Iiouho, stock barn, tobacco barn and all If you are interest il In knowing how to write for mniiHtt, for pay,' . limit . I.. ..II outbtiildiiiK. About 20 acres of this land is to be put in tobocco and corn. mw4. tfUII Wr HWI ICfc WltJ ll'll JrW . personal property of the deceased: The Writer' .Monthly. Phono same time and place I will sell the foliowiiiK At the HO Parrels of Corn; Four Horatw; Six Muliw; Seven Cows; Sevun Head of Hokm; About in tfood lot of loose Hay One Hum": Tvvo Farm Whkoiw, one as uood as new and the other Hrake'c'art; One Spring VaKon; If, Gallons of Paint; One Copper Clad .Malleable Hhape; One Sewinjr Machine; Lot of Drain Pipe; for truck nml molon. Kxpcritnccd. iinniro ' nsud about six months and cost new $i:ir.00; One beat reference anil Bod help. of Lard; Three Bales of AdilruM M c TurpIni One Good Sled; One CuttinK Harrow; Some Cured Meat; live Cans Unca,ler' Ky' )371' Barbed Wire; About 80 Chickens. also u lot of house, A lot of other farming implements, too numerous to mention here, and ,5u to (tf.) uar public We positively will mot permit ft ri- -! huntiHK or Tutwday. pair of ml, VUm kiUnt of aay character on our farw. tura to Cititentt Hank and obttKc or Nabon 1). it. violatttre il! be penwetttod j J. S. Seboolor, Bdar I'rWo, W. A.j tmOOMS: lluy your Itroow from 1'riee. Joe Ciwriltfas T. J. Prteo, ll.i the LancMter llrooni FacUtry. Wbtda. I stroot op- - iaWa. II. M. Loar. Stanford Mile and retail (Other NOMoa wiit be added upaa posite waroboumi. (tf.) .(. Turpia & .Son, t'rop. the payment of 28 eeaU) I It. . . . Jersey frtwth FOK SALK: One of Land ew, with firat ealf. (ientU and an ( Ol'NTY COUKT CAItltAHl) J. K. ItoWwton. extrn Botjd milker. uf Jan. lliekn. J. It. Spark, Awih-ne-e (tf.) Pursuant to an order made by the Carrard County Court im luruary ill hth.. IViJ. the underiifne. a.iKnee of Jai Huki. U at public K. rnstj HunterR Beware ma ' !td. trpK Ay',r fcp mi turtin woath. thua, waking y,. wl for li)(hu lf u 2 tnU l k. w. MlalmHw eha to mmmih per eter I- Assignee's Sale J?l;l on Kor eWetrie power 12 eonta per K v. II. with 18 per teat diarount if the bttl bj rendered and pahl at the ead of each mofltk ttr hy th 10th. of the next MtrettedinK moath either of(,. ur mallod. thou makniK ji ,b 1080 ,m,u per K. V. 11. rbe nuaimuai rharKe fttr po per utotHM prr meter h.jo M xtan thereof . for Hone ptmar or frac pound. J. oh, me pretiea the hiKbeet and beet bidder, on a erodit of ix and twelve tttonUia, two of the pur- f UoatU curb for a I a 11 rhaie price, with food surety, bear387-Ling 0 per cent interest from date, Mm. John Land. payable to the Mild awMgnee will be itarchnner. uf it. Unciuter, Ky., It. F. I). No. 3. required land the located in Garrard m Suid WANTKD: Like to hear from County Kontucky, and described a folio WN Ineastor, Hotinn, on Ky. outerr. TUKSDAY, ' at ten iioimk FKliltt'AltV 2tk. l22. i one-hal- month, $15.0B The rote fer the atreot and alloy hUt to be $."U per month each. 'I'htt iwMt)' light on the Public Square ure to be immediately t tin need from 00 C. P. t 100 ('. I'. and the ln;hta oh Danville, Lexington, Stanford and Itiehmnnd atreeU ure to be immediately rhaRKed from CO C P. to 80 C. 1. the balance to bo changed at the one now uw.l burn out to 80 C, l' the oxpem of said f ter "V f"r.,f',"Mt t he per . roaetmi. Him 1U1 "r Manure Spreader $100.00; Itldini; WalklnK hold and kitchen furniture. TcrmB made known on day of sale. ;l'low, ioo.oo; riow, 13.gq W. Col. Am Bourne, Auctioneer. 0. RIONEY. Executor Of The Will of Henrietta Pendleton, Deceased. and $10.00; Disk Harrow, M5.UU; SmaothlnK Harrow, $15.00; lIugKy, $120.00; Cook Stoves $70 to $00. Many tiling at cost. Field and Poultry Fence cheap. J. It. Mount & Co. acre more or Uwm and bein the Mine land conveyed to wild Jan. Hicks by deed from L. L. Matthew mid wife dated Jan. 2nd., 1U20, und recorded in the (Surrard County Clerk. Of. Ike in Deed Hook No. 40, piiKe C5H. uiude for u Reference to which description of ald land, specific belii the home place of la 1.1 lllcka. The assignee will also sell nt the ame time ome com, one mule, one hune and wnKon. J. It. hpark. Assignee of 1 (2.0-3t.- ) and W . It. ILntin, the owner of the hleetric plant und by nKrccment with nil parties the above mrntionwl rntiw nr.. in I... elTtctlvo ffbrunry 1st., 1922, and are to remain in effect until January ut ioa, provided no electric IlKht frunchl. !, Mll nd become clTec Uvu l,rio,r that lt., 102J, In V. event said frsnchlie shall control. The voIUrb for all light ami pow. Jui. Micks. er to remain a at this time. & KaulTman, Att'ys. Kobinson W. F. Champ, Mayor, for Assignee, Paul F. Morrow, Clerk. in " Jn