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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): February 16, 1922 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1922 cen1922021601_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 16, 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. HP 0 1' r THE CENTRAL RECORD. THUTT tC8KBrrA LANCASTER. KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON. FEBRUARY 16. 1922. Numm 4i. Flay Fair With BIG HONOR ROLL. ONE MILLION AGAINST GEORGE M. GARRARD'S POUNDS BOND ISSUE Many New And Renew PATTERSON ASSESSMENT Th People (Editorial) Raised By Tax Com Passes Into The Great Lincoln Farm Bureau als Since Last Issue Delivered To Associ- The County Judge of Garation Here Since Beyond Takes Decided Stand Nothing could be more gratifying rard County, has issued a call mission, Still Some to us, nor more appreciated than, to or a mai meeting of the tax Opening While many knew of the critical At a meeting the Lincoln County express our sincere thanks to the Lower Than Last County, to M- George M. Patterson, who Farm Ilureau last Monday, It was lowing subscriber who have renewed payers of tho illness of Ten Cents Avarafe Advanced. was stricken one week go with a unanimously voted that this body their subscriptions to the Record aemblo at tho Court House next Year cerebral hemorrhage, none were pre- should oppose the bond to discuss fol- 150,000,000 since our last Issue, many of them Saturday afternoon, for his death, which came last advisability of ncllinR n Frankfort, Ky., Feb. 12 Ase- - pared at eleven o'clock, nt which time Issue now before the legislature and being new subscribers in this and ad- the night Haaelden Senator oining counties. There are aUll portion of tho bonds, which racnt of real and personal property hl soul passed to the God who gavo petitioned representative to vote and more who to Lincoln's changed are yet In arrears asd we In Kentucky will be little ware authorized by a vote of from that of 1020 by the proceii of IL For thirty year or more he ha tabic the bill. When the bill was trust wilt remit their amounts beforo was one brought up in tho house Tuesday, another Issue comes around. tho people in 1920. We think equalizing the 1021 valuation, on lived among us and citizens, of Just having foremost county which the State Tax Commlulon will Mr. Jeter, Lincoln's representative read tho label on your paper, it gives the tax.payers of tho during his entire stay here being the voted to tablo the bill, while Gar- the month and the year to which it should respond to this invita- commence hearings Thursday. LAN, agent at U.Is place. Hon. R. D. ha been paid. $1.50 a year is the rard's representative have been tion of Judge Trcadwny and Tentative raise counties, but, made Mr. I'attcrson was a man of gen McMurtry voted agninst tabling. price. Let's have yours a the fol even on 105 of the 120 impulse and never forgot the Tho attend the meeting. After an all day battle at Frank- lowing have done In the post week: of erous with their raise, seventy-sevealways evident in C. W. Boner, D. M. Lay, Martha fort over 29 amendments that had editor of this paper took an them are below 1020 figures, and a hospitality that true Kentucklan. Hi death ha active part In inducing tho total of 131,940,213, whllo twenty brought a bitter cup of sorrow to the been offered to the bill, the chairman Gill, R. K. Spcake, Gooch Yeakey, and voters of tho county to vote right. Including most of the coal lip of friends nnd relative. He had of the Committee on Highways lead- J. R. Abncr, W. F. Logan, Mrs. Tom Public roads and who has been Austin, E. C. Gaines. Callle Duncan, countlei, were raised a total of th bonds. borne adversity bravely and enjoyed putting the tentative as- prosperity quietly. He had filled ing the fight against the bill moved to Jcptha Onstott, James Turner, Jen news, as well as the cell The sessment of the 105 counties 5,- - well the various relations of life, a table the bill and the amendments, nie Hlggins, Lewis Hcmdon, Mrs. F torial columns, of the Record 400,100 above that of 1920. which If carried, would have defeated T. Johnston, S. S. Long. Llgo Hurte, on, husband, father and friend and the measure so far as the present Chamber of Commerce, Homer High In kwuo after issue, urged n The tentative equalised asses filled them well. session is concerned. On the vote land, Dr. Denny, W. M. Barnes, Sam favorable vote for the bonds. are lower than last year In Uestdes a devoted wife he leave and many oth- - one daughter, Mr. Russell Crumlln, being taken, which I generally con William, Mrs. John Herndon, S. G. Tho files of our paper show lloyle, Casey, Garrard sidered a test of strength on the bill, Hascldcn, Salem Wallace, Frank that the reasonsiven for thejer counties In the State. However, to mourn his loss, besides a multi- the motion was defeated, 57 to 35. Royston, IT. C. Bailey, Mrs. R. P. tude of friends. The sincere sym- Tho detailed vote, refusing to lay the Long, Scott uffman, Wes Bourne, voting of the bonds were money woum oh useu in $50,000: personalty, $200,000. This pathy of the community go out to the road bond Imuc on the table, was as David Sutton, Fred Howard, Mike tho sorrowing relatives in tho loss of this follows: Donehue, Miss Lida Crisclllis, M. C. aiding the construction of n Is a decrease of $780,177 from last good citizen. To tabic: Dennett, Illckctt, Ilol Turpln, T. Yates Hudson, C. W, Mndi-so- n year. Representative from lloyle Federal Highway from Funeral service will be conducted Injr, Iioyd, Drown, Dixon, Dorscy, Rancy, County to the lloyle Coun- are to appear before the Statu Tax at hi late home on Richmond street, Drury. Duffy, Ellis, Mrs. Flancry, Thompson, Luther Mrs. Mat Herring Folgcr, Blanks, John Rich, Satur3 Gov- Commission at Frankfort on tomorrow, (Friday) afternoon at ty line; that the Federnl day, February 25th., to make com- o'clock. Rev. W. K. Ulx will con Frailer, Gossett, Hadden, Hamilton, Arthur Thompson, Kathleen Walter, ernment would pay the larger plaint if the raise Is not satisfactory, Howard, Jeter, Light, Lisle, Minor, Ethyl Walter, Victor Stone, J. B. tact a short service after which the S. II. Moore, Payne, Quarics, Saun Creech, Dr. W. A. Wheeler, H. B. percent of the cost of construcRaises made in adjoining countlec Knight of Pythias lodge will con der, Stewart, Strange, H. V. Thomp Wheeler, Quince Hicks, James Mattion and that tho Federal Gov- were as follows: clude the services, burial being in the son, I). D. Thornberry. Toll, Coombs, thews, S. J. Bourne, Willie Ray, W, liaised $1,100,000; land, Lancaster cemetery. Marion ernment would permanently Vest, Walker, Watkins, Wheeler, H. Johnson, Floyd Curtis, Gayle lots. $150,000; personalty, maintain this highway free of $300,000; Decrease of $155,752 from Willis 35. Doty, J, F. Robinson, Sim Clark, $50,000. Buys Town Property any expense to the County nnd last year. Against tabling: Adams, Amos, Walter Kellcy, Edgar Price, John S that by so doing, this being the Washington lUIscd $1,109,000; J. A. Lee sold his place on the Itosworth, Ilowman, Button, Cary, Long, Lewis Murphy, E. F. Pierce, main road nrtcry of the coun- land, $000,000; lots, $150,000; per Poor Uldge pike, containing 25 acre Chandler, Clark, Cross, Cundlff, Day, Llge Anderson, Rev. L. N. Thorn the Duncan, Fultz, for $0,000. to Sam Jno. Cialincy, ty and the road that carried sonnlty, $50,000. Decrease of 914.1,- - trade Mr.Kclley grta the Kellcy Inplce Denton,Harvey, Holder, Green, Gul son, Mrs.Mrs. Amelia Ross,Mrs. Wm. lion, Hopkins, Naylor, Leo Mr. C. year. percent of the 050 from last the largest Mrrcrr lUIsed $1,450,000; land, on Stanford street for $1,500, and Huntsman, Jennings, Jones, Kelly, A. Robinson, Raymond King, Dr. J. county traffic that the saving $1,250,000; lots, $100,000; person moving today. Mr. Lee will sell Lane, Lawrence, Lewis, May, Meyers, B. Kinnaird, C. C. Prcwltt, John from this permanent mainten- alty, $100,000. Decrease of $387, his personalty next Saturday, which Miller, R. C. Moore, Murrah, Mus- W. Wood. Mit Ross. A. B. Wynn ter, McCaw, McGulre, McMurtry, E. Stephen Todd, J. E. Campbell, W. B he Is advertising in this issue. ance by tho Federal Govern- 602 from last year. E. Nelson, C. A. Kelson, Newman, Wood, Eva Hammack, R. H. Ledford Kalsed $2,760,000; land ment would enable the Fiscal Garrard O'Donovan, Oney, Park, Pierce, Tom Lodgsdon, Mrs. C. B. Friend $2,600,000; loU, $100,000; personal Oppose Tax Court to retire the bonds with ty, $150,000. Decrease of $1,058, Powell Rice, Simons, Skaggs, Dr. H. Patrick, C. W. Exempt Bonds G. W. Smith,Scott D. Smith, G. F. W. J. J. Vol Cook, Coulter, J tho funds that would ordinar- 255 from last year. I. Hill, Mrs Mary ily be used in maintaining this Gov. Edwin P. Morrow I one of Thompson, Tinsley, Truesdell, Trum Denny, Mrs E. Evans, J. T. Pope, A Lincoln Halicd $1,950,000; land opposing the bo, Vanhoose, Waggoner, Wallcn, B. Milby, E. P. Grow, Henry Sanders, estimated road of twenty-on- e $1,760,000; lot, $100,000; person six State executive Ijm-castcr- 'a During the ten days that the two local warehouses have been receiving tobneco for the Association, ono million pounds have been run over On this one million the scales. pound nnd average of ten cent a n 1 $37,-340,00- 0, lZTZ, I I cannot believe that tho present Fiscal Court would favor the issue and sale of these bonds under the order and vote heretofore taken. It weuld be unjust and unmm k nettled for the rebulld-m- fair and a slain deception on ' ' repairing the reads a the part of the officials aa we Mwrvete should be taken, and construe the arrant ements and tke intfena for which the premises that procured the farmer favewUe vete. U-M- While it may be true that the order calling tho election does net set out especially the purpose for which these bonds were voted, It was understood by the Fiscal Court that made the order, and the members of the Court at the time, including the County Judge, that the bends wcro for this specific purpose, and tho then County Judge, in order to induce a favorable vote, mado a promise that a particular committee should superintend tho expenditure of the money. Wo advised with tho draftsman of this order as to its contents. The purpose proposed for the proceeds of tho bonds that may be sold arc entirely different from tho promises made to the tax payurs in order to get n favorable vote on this bond issue. It would be impossible to get a correct sentiment of tho people of Garrard County and the tax payers in n mass meeting at tho Court House. There are six thousnnd voter at this time and no mass meeting that could bo procured at tho Court House could give a correct aentiment or the wish of tho majority of tho tax payers. Would it be fair to procure tho favorable vote for a bond issue upon the pnrt of tho tax payers of tho County for one purpose and then sell it portion of those bonds and use the proceeds for an entirely different purpose. Wo contend that it will be playing false with the people and deceiving tho tax payers to do such a thing. The Fiscal Court should enter an order setting aside the order approving the bond indue ar4 order that no bonds be or sold under the former H Msdiag, and if a bend iv td ht mile. alty, $100,000. Decrease of. $323 950 from last year. Casey Raised $700,000; land $000,000; lots, $50,000; personalty $50,000. Decrease of $148,188 from last year. Will Protest County's The Garrard County Assessment Raise The Garrard County Fiscal Court and many of the citizens of the county will go before the State Tax February Commission, Saturday, 25th., to protest against the $2,750,000 raise in county assessment. it I tho unanimous opinion of her en tire citizenry that it I an unjust raise and many feel that It should not have gone over the assessment plven out by tho county tax com mlssioncr. More Ice For Summer Consumers Wo are pleased to note from the minute of the Chamber of Com merce, which arc published in this Issue, that Lancaster and community is to bo supplied with plenty of ice during the coming summer, at regular rates, Hastin Brothers having Ice contracted with the Richmond Company to supply them with tho nccesary amount to fumlsh the heavy demand that ha been in the past. This will- - bo a great relief to tho public nnd wo hope In soma future date that Lancaster will have an ice own' do- nlant that can sunnlv it I mands, without depending upon our neighbors for this very necessary commodity. Tax Experts There will be two government tax expert In Lancaster, Feb. 27th. and 28th., to assist anyone desiring their aid In making out their incomo tax for tho past ar. used clearly and plainly set out to tho tax payers. Wo proposed constitutional amendment Wicker. 67. prohibiting Issuance of tax exempt securities, according to information placed before the House Way and Last Saturday afternoon at 2:15 Mean Committee by Representative o'clock, the spirit of Mrs. Emma Loui McFadden of Pennsylvania. Adams Estes passed into the Great Beyond, after an illness of only six days of heart trouble. Mr. Estes old and had been a Red Cross was 59 yearscounty practically allreal her dent of the If there is a man or woman in life. She was a consecrated and Garrard county who docs not know devout member of the Baptist church of the great work that has"" been done and had many warm friends in the in tho world by the American Red city and county where she was well Cross and of the good work thaUha liked for her many good traits of been done by it In Garrard county character. Beside her husband, S. and Is now being done, we have not H. Estes, ho is survived by seven heard of him or her. That this work children, Shirley, Harrison, Harvey should be kept up and disabled sol- Ollie, George, Donald and Lillian diers helped wherever possible is tho She also leaves four brothers nnd wish of every good citizen Irrespec- two sister, the latter being Mrs. tive of creed .race or political belfef. A. B. Brown, of this county and, Mrs. The Garrard County Chapter has de- John Kurtz, of Mercer. cided that nothing shall bo left unFuneral services wcro conducted At a at the grave In tho Lancaster ccme done to help the unfortunate. mas meeting held at the court house tcry, Sunday afternoon, by her pas this week the local Chapter was re- tor, Rev. Wm. E. Rlx. organized, adding n number of new Much, sympathy Is felt for the members and la in fine shape to carry bereaved family In the loss of a de on the work. The following officers voted wife and affectionate and In and director were chosen unanimous- dulgent mother. ly at the meeting and it I needless to say that a better committee could This Is not have been selected: Tobacco grower who have been Chairman Mr. W. O. Goodloe. assigned dates for delivery, arc urged Vlco Chairman Mr. R. E. not to bring their tobacco until the Vice Chairman in chargo of Jun- afternoon beforo tho date which but been given them. Many arc coming ior Red Cross Mrs. Thco Currey. before,! and thi blocks many nnd Mr. Wm. Miller. Treasurer Manager of Membership Com- necessitate thu wagons standing on tho streets most of tho day. Watch mittee Mr. W. A. Farnau. Directors Rov, K. D. Dourlnnd, also for tho numbers that are called Rev. Price T. Smith, Rev. W. E. Rlx, for the next week and do not call for Mr. W. 11. Burton, Mrs. Frank a date until FRIDAY, after It comes Mnrksbury, Mr. Sam Hasvlden, Judgo out In the CENTRAL RECORD, o G. W. Treadway, Judge Forest Stnpp, the day before. John M. Fnrrn, Manager s, Mr. T. J. Underwood, Mr. Joe Leaf Department Rev. Lewi N. Thompson, Mr. J. Hognn Uallard, Mr. Tho. S. Ite rate, and Rev. Ramsey. brldgo at The Kentucky rive Income Notice Camp Nelson was repaired last week. tho causa being duo to tho drainage Into tho bridgo from the road, on I will bo In Lancaster from Feb. tho Jessamlno sldo rottenlng some 27th. to March the 7th. Inclusive, to of the flooring. All this juts been assist those desiring help In making remodeled and trucks arts now bcin,r Income tax return for tho year 1921. run over It in safety. Will charge a reasonable fee for preparing them according to the Notice I will not stay after March work. It very Important that all who the 7th., utiles there U work enough hold Bonds of the City of Lancaster, to justify me to stay longer. Ky., (tie a list ef same with the City Respectfully, Giving JfBtks OMtett. clerk or th Mayer at once. date, h umber and amount ef each bond and the date of maturing. W. F. Champ, Mayor. Hi4a A Faiwait. (It) Estes Important pound ha been advanced to tho grower a a partial payment on his crop. that $100,000 This mean have been distributed among the farmers and growers of this and adjoining counties. No small sum, we say, and the farmer are pleased and more pleased each day as the work of the graders progress. Three hydraulic prizers and one hand prizer are running in full blast and the floors are being cleaned as rapidly as It is unloaded, weighed, and graded. Three of the prizers are handling the tobacco purchased by Liggett and Myers and one prizer the tobacco bought of the association by O'Bryon & Company. It was being circulated on the floors yesterday that the R. J. Reynolds Company, was on a deal for n large pnrt of the association' hold ings, and that all that was "splitting" the trade was that the company was wanting more of the tobacco than the association was willing to let them have at thi time. Some fancy crops have been on the floor this week, Tuesday being ban ner day for some Lincoln county to bacco. Garrard county seemed to have had the lead yesterday, one especially fine crop of W. T. Sebastian, attracting much attention while being unloaded yesterday afternoon. He will have, it is satd, many No.' l's in both A, B, C and D grades. Messrs. Harry Snooks and John Buckley, "circuit rider" for tho district, spent yesterday on the floors and were much pleased with tho pro gress of the work here and with the Dunlap and grading, of Messrs. Blanks. Later: Mr .Sebastian received an Mrs. J. J. Thompson, E. M. Walker, advance of $15.81 a hundred on his U. M. Burgess, Roscoe Hudson, Mrs. entire crop of 6,300, which he raised A. H. Hamed, Miriam Bcazley, R. L. on S acres of ground. He is thorHagan, Mrs. J. J. Hcndren, W. O oughly pleased with the grading and Burke, S. W. Moss, T. A. Rice, C. B the advance received. Neviu. Millard F. Carter, J. R. Mount, J. L. Roberts, Jess Beazley A. W. W. A. Farnau, J. W. Palmer and J, Genial A. W. King, of Danville, A. Lee. well known and well liked by all who know the gentleman, has been on the Thompson receiving floors of the Burley TobacThe death of Mrs. Sarah Jane co Growers' Association Thompson, age 71 years, which oc for several days during the past week curred on the morning of Jan. 31st. or more, checking up the grades of was a source of sorrow to those who tobacco purchased by Liggett and knew her. She passed away at her Myers from tho association. Mr. home on the Danville pike after an King Is one of the best Judge of illnes of several weeks. Sho Is sur the weed in the State and is well vived by four children, Arthur, James thought of by this firm, which he has and David Thompson and one daugh represented for many years on the tcr, .Mrs. Smiley Walker 'ana one loose floors of Danville, sister, Mrs. Joseph Anderson. Ho is highly pleased with the toSho was a member of the Baptist bacco he Is receiving here and says church and had been since early unhesitatingly, that Garrard county's youth. She was a true friend and tobacco and her people are the best her devotion to those she loved would in the State. make a bright chapter in any life. She was a kind and loving mother, Removal Notice and her devotion to the family circle I have moved my offices from the May her children had no limit. chcerlsh her memory ns a prcciou Public Square to tho rooms opposite legacy and we fnln would say a word the Presbyterian church on Danville for comfort to the stricken ones, w street. Rooms on ground floor recan but let our tear flow in sym cently occupied by R. B. Wllkerson. Dr. W. M. Elliott pathy with them and point them to (It.) the homo above. A Friend. A King Here Delightful Candy Forty Years Service The editor of tho Interior Journal announces that ho has Just passed the fortieth year of service in tho newspaper business. We must con gratulato this genial editor on th splendid service he has given th CrU-clllu- patrons of the Interior Journal and wish for him many, many more year of prosperity and good health. This office is deeply grateful to J. D. Prather, as well as the Circle Girls, for somo of tho most delightful candy we have ever eaten. If your sweet tooth calls for candy, your wisdom tooth should tell you to get it from the Circle Girls, for it' the best ever. Mrs. Bridge Alright To Tax Payers Franklin Lodge, No. 28, of Dan villo, will open their new club rooms tomorrow, (Friday) night and ex tends a special invitation to Lancas. tcr friend to attend, promising all a good time. 1 t.) Ky., Representative Frankfort, Wicker's bill exempting one dog for each family from taxation and taxing those above one at f 2 each, was passed by the House, late Wednesday by a vote of 53 to 28 after a sharp debate of more than two hour. The bill, under an amendment by G. L. Drury, also exempts from taxation all fox hounds except those In packs At the solicitation of a number of Garrard county farmers I have open- of more than three. ed an office in Lancaster, and am' FOR SALE: Nice pair of mare prepared to give you prompt and nulee about 15 2 hands, 6 years efficient service. Or account of a o4 weU broken. If you need a decrease In veterinary supplies, ay good team tee these mules. prices are lower than usual. Until JW. Elmore. further netice call meu these 92. 41 per sMt froUU Celtea SeW Dr. W. D. Fryer, Veteriaariaa. lt-4- .) Fanais. HtteW Ileal fee isk. New Club Rooms Pass Dog Bill In The House Announcement -- The Central Record, Lancaster. Investigation by Congress of the alleged hanging in the A, E. K. I termed " farcical burlesque" by the at Mineral Wells, American Texas. "This abortive Investigation is an intuit to every loyal American," n resolution reads. "We believe it Is time members of the board began devoting their elTort to matters of Import Instead of Indulging In the hearing of unsupported and absurd complaints made by a few obviously disgruntled nnd irresponsible The American Legion Weekly of Feb. 10th. prints nn article by an ex captain in the Signal Corps, quoting General Hullard's order to shoot "on the spot" any person advising surrender during battle, but Hatty denying that evidence of any such instance has been sustained. District schools in MofTnt County, Colo., had decided to close their doors for a period of weeks, due to in y., Thursday Feb 16, 1922 CHILDREN American Legion News GOOD HEALTH OF "BRED IN OLD KENTUCKY From Rich, Red Blood Health, Strength And Vlfor Built Up Br Cude's Peplo.Mangan You seo one child strong and robust; another child pale and thin. One eats practically the same foods and takes the same exercises as the other. What is the difference? Nearly always It's a difference in the The strong duality of the blood. child has rich, red blood nnd plenty ou love to see him eat so of It. hesrtilv. If vour child Is thin and weak, give him Ctudc's Pepto-Ma- n can to build up the blood and see the difference between a sickly, un nnd ft bouncing, happy childhood healthy childhood. n at your Oct Oude's druggist's in liquid or tablet form. Bo sure it's the genuine. Advertise ment. Pcpto-Manga- Ttll-- U grade sires with good purcbrods. Ileplsce your scrub and Join the "Better Sire, Better Stock" campaign. What about this trio of herd boars? BLOOD WIL.L. KING PILOT NO. 457,531, by tho Pilot, the world's chnmpion. "KENTUCKY RANGER," aired by the largest bonr in the world. "KENTUCKY CHECKERS," it's your move. CATTLE We own more BLACK-CABLACK-CAP P black-cap- s CATTLE CATTLE GOODS, XEufacf When you buy your Rubber Gooda from ut you can know they nre fresh and that they will last. We are specialists in Rubber Goods and just as soon as anything new comes out, we place it in our stock. We PRICE our Rubber Goods reasonably; this is why we sell so many of them and always have on hand a new lot. Whether you want Rubber Goods or anything else in the Drue Store line, Come to US for it. than any herd In Kentucky. Young ROYALTY NO. 253,797 AND GARRARD NO. 283,601, "Herd Bulla." stock either ex for sale at all times. Visitors always welcome. Dixie Stock Farms. SANDERS BROS. & AMON, PROP. LANCASTER, KY. TEATERSVILLE Miss Pearl Mention Is suffering from tonsolitis. Little Miss Lucille Anderson has recovered from a serious Illness of pneumonia. Misses Mollic Oliver and Bertha, Myrtle and Mary Hume were in Richmond Saturday shopping. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Casey and two children were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ott Long Tuesday night. Miss Jannlc Cohb, of Jcrimlne, has returned home after several days stay with Miss Kmma Simpson. Mr. and Mrs. Owen Locker and children, of Hsckley, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Wilbcrt Locker. Mlsac Bertha, Myrtle nnd Mary Hume were the guests of their cous- in Miss Killa Mae Hume Sunday. Hume spent Thursday night with their sister, Mrs. Willie Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. Claud Oliver and Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Dailey spent Sunday with Mr. ami Mrs. Herbert Casey. Messrs. Carl and Amon Hume attended the party of Miss Cora. Fletcher at Paint Uck Saturday night, and reported it nice time. Lone rhll iwrl clover teed Is. a trvat fertiliser for land. It t cheap and httl for rocky, clay land, and to stop fulltya and wa.hr..for al by Hudton a Farnau. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hume and daughter, Mary and Mrs. Will Crutcher and daughter, Dorothy Mae, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hem Crutcher Saturday night ami Sun day. McRoberts Drug Store BRYANTSVILLE Mr. B. II. Halcomb was in Paint Lick Thursday on business. Mr. Richard Woods and son, Kirn Woods, were the guests Friday of Miss Thrussa Woods, of Asbury Col lege, Wilmorc. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hutchison Mr. W. K. Davis has been in Lexington, for the last week on business. nnd children, of Danville, wcro the guests Sunday of Mr .and Mrs. M. Mrs. W. K. Davis was the guest of 0. Kennedy. Mr. and Mrs. It. I. Durton, of Dan-vilic. Red, Sapling, Altike, Sweet Cloy. Misses Jean and Viola Ilankin have tr. Red Top, Rape Seed, Recleaned returned to their school in Millers-bur- Orchard Gran and Kentucky Blue Hudson & Farnau. Grati for sale. g. Mr. S. W. Halcomb, of Paris, Mrs. B. B. Montgomery and atspent the week-en- d ns the guest of tractive children of Paint Lick, spent friends. with her parents, Mr. the week-en- d and Mrs. John W. Bryant. Mr. S. D. Cochran, of Lancaster, "Bonus" moy have a Jarring sound to some people, but "ingratitudo" is Mr. and Mrs. Noah Marsee and Mr. far worse to the majority of us. Tom Marsee of Lancaster, were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joel Mar-te- c. Why this suggested movement in favor of longer skirts in the future? Mr. and Mrs. Wm, Dickcrson, of Our eyesight remain? perfectly good. Lancaster, were the guest Friday of According to government reports Squire Logan Ison and Mis Eliza M. price throughout the country are Ison. Surely crawling down. Mr Herman Frasa of Dayton Tcnn. steadily sight. and Mr. Chas. M. Frasa, of Birming- some day they will come within ham, Ala., havo returned to their Even chickens crave a variety in homes. A Chicago woman diet at times. Miss Jane Bowling of K. C. W opened the gizzard of one and found Danville, spent the week-enas the a brass screw, a gold collar button, juest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. a one inch steel screw and a ten cent d has been the guest of his sister, Mrs. Rutscl P. Drown. Square Logan I son has been on the sick list. His many friends wish him a speedy recovery. Mrs. George Uallard of Lancaster was the guest Thursday of Mrs. K. II. Ballard and family. Mrs. Fannie Bryant is the guest of Mrs. B. B. her granddaughter, Montgomery of Paint Lick. H0NEY6TAR COUGHS.COIDS.CR0UP Stormcs Drug Store G. A. Bowling. piece. -5i-aE5j Don't jjj Save - A Nickel AND I I !!! (!) I 'S3 i LUO nor A a nni i i h UULLAIt. I ! I '.V I Make out a list of the FARM nnd GARDEN TOOLS you will need for the season's work. Ilring that list to US and note the very close prices at which we can sell them to you. Huying at random is the way to the poor house. You often pay a good price for an inferior nrticle. Attain, it is possible to save a nickel by buying a cheap article nnd find in the end that the saving of that nickel has cost you u dollar. Our stock is complete and ready for you. Iluy early and save time. If it is HARDWARE it is HERE. If it is HERE THE PRICE IS RIGHT because we sell for CASH. We curry a complete line of GENERAL It I I 1 1 I I- jV - I Becker & tiallard BRYANTSVILLE, KENTUCKY. B2X sufficient fumK The American Legion succeeded In raising $910 to keep them going, taking the stand Bill Best that "a shortening of the school term or a curtailment of athletic would he a backward step, depriving chil Frankfort. Ky.. Even session of dren of rightful advantages." the Kentucky General Assembly must have IU Joke bill. The best Found wiping his nuto with nn recorded for the present session is American (lag, a man In Tampa, Fla., that introduced in the Senate by was questioned by the American Senator H.innie Tabor, of Carter Legion. He wns pronounced "simply county, for regulating the use of ignorant," and given Instruction in moonshine stills. how to treat the colors. Hearing of In a reconl written by Senator the incident, the man's employer pre Newton Bright, of Newcastle, the sented the Legion with a large flag. Agriculture and State Fair Com mittec made on unfavorable report A complete French village, with a on the bill thereby "killing" It. The Hotel de Villc" accomodating 1,- - full text of the Tabor moonshine bill 000, will be planted at Medicine follows: Parks, Okln., as a recreation center 1. It shall be unlawful from and for the American Legion. Posts will after passage of this bill to set up or build cottages where members may operate any moonshine still or other spend their vacation. apparatus which may be used for the making of moonshine intoxicating Hiring squads of unemployed ex liquor without first having placed soldiers, each in charge of an ex- upon said still or other apparatus n nurse, has been suggested to the "whistle" which shall make a noise American Legion in Toledo, O., as a which can be heard for at least two means of tearing down unslightly miles from which said still is being election posters. operated. 2. Kach still after complying with "Nervous" present a the above section, shall between the special problem in hospitalization. hours of 1 A. M., and 11 P. M at treatment at Gov- each Interval of thirty minutes blowj ernment institution is under investi the said whistle so that same can be gation by the American Legion, and heard by persons who may be in two conference of specialists has been miles of said still so that said persons' called by the Veterans' Bureau. can easily find the way to the still. 3f Kach still when so equipped' John J. Payne, released two years ns above stated shall in addition ago from a Ucrman prison, Is being provide a roadway or well" beaten ooked for b ythe American Legion. path to said still so that persons may His mother, at Ncwburg, N. V., has reach the said stil lin safety. not seen him since Christmas, 1920. 4. Any person, persons or corporation Mho may violate any of the Holding aloft a tin can labelled above sections shall upon conviction n man raised 0 be flne.1 not less than (10 nor more "For in New York streets. The than $100 for each and every offense mcrican Legion learned that ex- - an dthc evidence of any person shall soldiers got about $S0 of It the man be sufficient to convict. got a Jail sentence. 6. There is hereby created the office of Moonshine Still Inspector In Gathered at the call of radical New and for every county of this state York labor leaders ,C00 unemployed who shall be elected at the regular men threatened a tear.gas attack on election held in each county at the Fifth At'enuc financiers. The Ameri November election each year comcan Legion was condemned as n "tool mencing with the November election, presof capitalism," and 1922, and it is hereby made the duty ent wcro told they should have kept of the fiscal court of each county to thei rAnny guns to "force the Gov provide for the payment of said in ernment to give them Jobs." spector. The said inspector shall see that the above law is enforced. Brooding over was horrors con All acta and parts of acts in conl. tinues to wreck the minds of flict herewith are hereby repealed. dlcrs. The American Legion nt The committee report follows: Tampa, Flo., reports twelve cases of 1. That as an act of courtesy, men pronounced "incur-nbl- y even omitting political necessity, it insane" since Thanksgiving. would devolve upon this body to appoint the author of such bill State Good standing in the American Knforcemcnt Officer of Moonshine cgion will be the only security re Stills in Kentucky, not alone to see quired to float a loan from the Leg- that they run without interruption; ion's rotating fund for disabled and that their siren whistles regularly needy summon the gentle country folk to mental and physical complacence, History as taught in public schools but also to sample the product thereprejudices children against foreign of prodigiously and nt frequent incountries, Atvin Owsley, head of the tervals. 2. That to place upon any citiAmerifan Legion's Americanism commission, told educational authorities zen an "official duty so violently at at New York. variance with his aesthetic tastes and habits, might Intrigue him from that "To sail nwoy for a year and a strictly sober nnd unimpeachable day!" New York state delegates highway of life which ha been a plan to charter n steamer to take glowing inspiration to tho youth of them to the American Legion con- Carter county, and beckon him down vention at New Orleans. the White Mule TrailTnto a confusing wilderness of copper worms. Literature on the wing" is the 3. That the Senate of the Comlatest convenience provided Ameri- monwealth of Kentucky dares not cre"Traveling ate an office so fraught with tragic can Legion members. libraries' 'are being loaned to posts possibilities, rather that it were preof the Legion by tho Oklahoma State ferable for tho seductive whistle of Library commission. the still to still be stil land stay still, than that one, lured by the phantoms roOK OUT DREADFUL SORENESS of political patronage should shock When the kidneys are weakened or the dignity of this assemblage with overworked so that they fall to filter fatuous babbling and bibaclous bannnd throw alt Impurities out of the ter. blood, the poison remains in the system and backache, soreness, lameThere is such a thing as can't, but ness and rheumatic pains are likely to develop. Mrs. Dtvld Henry. 65 8. few of the people of this community Lincoln Ave., Washington, N. J, care to be caught in its company. writcst "Foley Kidney Pills are doing me much good, both my kidneys Don't worry about the fellow who and the rheiueitlsm. They took all the dreadful tortus out of my claims that he can lick anyone In sight. Hi vision may be limited to limbs." kids. Stormes Drue Store The Joke Of The Legislature The fool and his money soon part- Mrs. De Ward and Miss Zilla Mael The wise man gets it. SAVE MONEY WHEN n YOUNG IENJOY IT IN AFTER LIFE Young men who would enter the decline of life In comfortable circumstance should beg-- to save now. The approved modern mrthoj of saving is a savings account In the home bank. This bank invites young men and young women to Join its family of savings depositors. One dollar opens a savings account, and any sum may be deposited thereafter. Ncuro-psychlatr- THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. Capital $50,000. Honor Roll Dank Surplus 450,000. J9,-00- WHICH DAILY PAPER? A Question Thnt Is Quickly and Readily Answered. The CourierJonriial Largest Morning Circulation of Any Kentucky Newspaper Enjoys a nation-wid- e prestige and reputation. It U essentially a newspaper, intent upon giving news matter first consideration. Maintains its own news bureaus at Washington and Frankfort. Member of the Associated Press. With important legislation coming before Congress and Kentucky General Assembly in 19212, The Courier-Journis the daily newspaper you will need. al ex-so- Uy special arrangements we aro now able to offer L THE DAILY COURIER-JOURNA- AND THE We CENTRAL RECORD Both One Year by Mail, For Only $6.00 This offer npplics to renewals as well as new subscriptions, but only to people living in Kentucky, Tennessee or Indiana. New subscriptions may, If desired, start at a later date, and renewals will date from expiration of present ones. If you prefer an evening newspaper, The Louisville Times for The Courier-Journa- l. you moy substitute Send or bring your orders to the office of CENTRAL RECORD The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, Feb 16, 1922. Mr. and Mrs. Forest Stapp. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Kurtz attended Mr. Ernest Oosney has accepted the funeral of their nunt, Mrs. Ship n position In the warchouso at Lan Estra In Lancaster Sunday, caster. W. M. S. meets with Mrs. Hlrnm at good dismissed Ray Thursday P. M. 2:30. :Mr. A. Mr. T. K. Thompson school two days Inst week on account C. Mile will lead the meeting. of illness. The stork visited the home of Mr. Good Mr. Ted Eugene Thompson preach and Mrs. Lee Pendleton and left with ! for the ML Hebron congregation them n little girl on Feb. 2nd. Sunday morning. Mr. Oscar Carter of Bcrea, was a Announcements hnve been receiv- guest of his parents, Mr. and Mr. ed of a fine girl born to the wife of Mai Carter Saturday nnd Sundny. ASSOCIATION. iKtfprettl Mr V. Pence, of the bend. Mrs. Permelin Bogie, Mr. Renther 5 J, E. HOU1NSON, lre!Jent Wm. S. IIOPPKK, Sec't. A Tres. Mr. Green Estes and Mis Deane Ray anil MIm Vernn Ray spent Suni Hunter attended the funeral of his day in llohon with Mr. Harvo Tenter. Mrs. Ship Kites Sun Mowrn. Thumps Dnvis, Hiram Rny, J. T. and T. 0. Hill, Edd Simpson his mother, Mrs. J. D. Creech, who Is day afternoon. HAMILTON VALLEY .Mrs. Ernest Oosney gets the blue nnd Kemp Walker attended court In very III recently. daughter, ribbon for enrly chicks, as she ha a Stanford Monday. Mrs. James Huberts and Mr. James Klnnlard vlItcil Mr. Mr. nnd Mrs. T. C. Jenkins and Thelmn, of Paint I.lck, arc visiting lovely brood on hnnd. She had bet Jasper Hulrtte Tuesday. ter watch her chicken roost. son, Mr. and Mr. Hobert Price and Mr. and .Mrs. John Roberta. Mr. and Mra. James Kinnnlrd wore Mr. and Mr. Emmet Long were wons, were guests of relatives in Mr. and Mrs. James Holmnn visited In Paint I.lck Thursday. near dinner guests Sunday of Mr. Iong's Richmond from Saturday until MonIjiyer, V. H. Mays spent Tuesday Mr. ami Mr. Itlchard MARKSnURY MONEY TO LOAN or 2 Ever Get Bilious? Try This AW? nkcNRntoncc. Get digestive and climinative organs working- in harmony tand relief is immediate. Novcr causes grioing. - 6 per cent. city property Thli Institution earned 6 percent last year safe Investment. Investigate The Lancaster Building & Loan Tonight Tomorrow Feel Right stcr Crab Orchard Saturday and Sunday. mother, Mr. Turner, of Glllead and M. Creech. attended the funeral of Mr. Ship Red, Alilke, S.plint, Long Whit. Este. Mr. anil Mrs. Zack Wilson was In Clover Seed, Rspa Seed, KenPaint I.lck Friday shopping. Mr. Ernest Long had the mlsfor tucky Rtcleaned Woe Grass, Red tune to lose n horse nml cow by death .Mr. Grovcr Kldcrs, of Vllln Grove, Top and Orchard (.rait Seed. one evening last week. It Is suppo 111., I visiting his sister, Mrs. J. N. Hudson 4 ed they were poisoned by eating In. Hulrtte. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Hyland and Master Wllilam Highland, who has two on, William and Leonard, and ferior provender. Lonf white sweet clover seej It been III with diphtheria Is able to bo Mrs. W M.. Creech wero Sunday aff It ii a great fertiliser for land. out again. ternoon guests of Mr. and Mr. Mar cheap and best for rocky, clay land, Mr. and Mrs. Marrion Wells visited lion Wells. and to stnp gulleys and washes, for Mr. and Mrs. It. I Shnw last SunThe good friends of Mr. and Mrs. sale by Hudson & Famau. day week. W. M. Creech .who gather their eggs fought Thompson Lewis Ilev. In I.ancas-te- r in their hen house and goes In the Mr. Homer llyland was Saturday, visiting Mrs. Todd, who dwelling; at the window to get sugar brnvcly n pain thnt came In his side, and came very near falling In the Is very sick. and ran fruit, will please clean their pulpit while preaching Sunday morn Mr. and Mr. W. M. Creech visited feet and not carry In so much mud. ing. The congregation knew nothing of the tragedy of the pain until after service had closed. Sir. Forest Curtis gave a surprise birth day dinner for her husband, Mr. Curtis, last Thursday. To make the surprise complete Mr. Curtis wns Up Hurley sent away on an errand, when on his return he was greeted by 'J3 guests, who came to enjoy the festive occas-io- n The seed that produces the tobneco that has brought thu best price on the Kentucky markets for the last with him and wishing him many twenty-fiv- e years. Good, homo grown, hand dennmore such happy birthdays. A good PRICE $2.00 PER OUNCE. ed seed, In the center dinner was served. Send check or money order to of the table was placed the large birthday cake decorated with tiny red and white candles. R. F. D. NO. 1, LANCASTER, KY. Marketing Association. Members Hurley HOUSEWORK IS A BURDEN Mrs. with Mr. W. day. Sr,l , Long white sweet clover seed is a great fertiliser for land. It It cheap and best for rocky, clay land, and to stop gulleys and washes, for tale by lludion & Farnau. Mrs. I F. ilrown nnd daughter, Mis Lora, hnve returned home after, spending two week with Mr. and Mrs. Hnndy Kurtx, at Hnrrodsburg I Mr. nnd Mrs. Olliu Bogle were in I f Richmond last week. Mrs. Elixn Wnrd, uged 82 yenrs, of Mndison county was buried here Tuesday. She was the widow of Mr. Drew Wnrd who preceded her to the grave about 38 years ago. Mrs. When ynor liver roes on strike an.l "PP" nml nppetltn retnm nnA) tvw yntl feel ft. slrk lirailarhn nnd llllm JJnyourself entirely, completely re-pelt mmlnsr on, Inateml of prmMtnir your liver vtltli linernii4 cntotn.l an.l TheM ll no heller proof r.f thn billing your with atrnnr, rreat vnluo of Nature'a fttmed for purratlrea. Krt out your toe llllounra ami rnnstlpntlon than th-- i i; cif mllil, c'tiile-ariinNil TalltU and 111.1. I.hal moro ,hn ona million Nit taVn uno rlslit off. llrllrf Will rn rno last nit nulrVlv nnil than nro million boxes aoU every Ronuinr, itiiii iiwm on m iaunc uUafB-wy- ti rnero rripins, ji you-vnot alrMily dono so, we oin or iiuui.iin eiumnrrt ret n. .f ........ n.T ache. Nature's Rcmtdy (Nltj tho .laoietsi nna lakeroue "iaoiPtai vaurx promptly Ortl talrfrt . tonight If thoroughly, tiut the action ts MMiihlnir. mlM nnil crntle. rlttant. rontinuo tn talcn. ... Itellef rfime Ihmiieh thn np. rneh nfrht fne n ...1 lion of Nature's filmed on nflfBBW Then tiotn Tir.w Vni, r..t vnn. tu... unly thn liver, but M the whot dxres- W will t o ns rtgul.ir a clock, work, tivn ami diminutive eystrm, n atom-nrnnd you'll nnd yourself tn better ehnpo rnytlralir, mentally, every wsy thn bowels nnd ertn on tho Htotnt up accumulation of "w" J " uTvit in take, a u.ty. wnto nn.l hcly poison that havo Itrr thnt you need not miny medlrlno t n cWclnc tho system nrn completeevery day. An oocaslona! Nit Tablet ly stom-ir. it out. tho to keep your ryutent In rikxI conill-tlo- n vdlt to umtrnt, nnd you can itrnirtlirnrtnnil thnlnterrupte.! nlwnys feel your best, llememtier It tk of Ulcttlon nml nsKlmllatton I t I rr.umeil. Tim lnaciivo llvtr goes ti raeler and cheaper to keep vtell than to eet well. Juit try It nark with tiw vlcor, tho Iwwels are untiunlcnnl, thn tieaitncho Iravre, Nature's rttmedy (Nlt Tablets) Is ti nt iliill. ,Mrry,,, eoll. iruarnntevd and recvniraemled by frelinK duwppcara, energy. jour druggitt. o ni V'." 1. n. h, kl.t-iw- y. i over-Work- R. E. McROBERTS, Lncater, Kentucky. TOBACCO SEED Kelley's Improved Standing B. L. KELLEY & SOINS LEAVEL GREEN (Delayed) Mrs. William Smith is on the sick list this week. Mr. and Mr. Turner Sparka are the proud parents of a little daughter. MIm Tlllie Green, of Point Leave), Is the guest of Mrs. Mary Ogslyby this week. Mrs. Caldwell, of Ohio, U the week-en- d visitor of Mr. and Mrs. John Smith. Mr. K. C. Robinson and II. X. Green were in lancaiter Wednesday on business. Mr. Cria Sowder, wife and son, You Can bolder Aluminum. William, spent the day with Mrs. Aluminum run b soldered with tllHJruHr. The dlinoilty Ilea In the Fannie Green Sunday. fart tho metal oiMln-- s ns as exMaster Fred Ilobinson vWted his posed to the air; also that swin solderthe cousin, Master James Ilobinson form ing Iron Is cooled very quickly, becauso Friday until Saturday. of the great rapidity with which th I dlmlpatcil, Miss Llixlo Mac Ilobinson was the heat charming guest of her cousin, Miss EUphant's rttftectlv Power. Helen Ilobinson Saturday and SunJohn Iturmushs snjs that while an day. rlrphant may not think, ho at least ll rite to proto tills tho Mr. T. A. Green and daughter, reflect. MIm Georgia Fayo visited Mr. and fart that the elephant rover himself with mud to keep Insect from btttng, Mrs. John Mcrryman at Point Lea-vand use limnetic llle n fin to brush Saturday, Die Hwny from lilni. cl Mr. John Green had tho misfortune to break his leg between the knee and ankle Sunday evening. Dr. Smith and Dr. Kinnaird act it and his many friend with for him a speedy recover)'. Miss Parrie Clark of this place and Mr. Grover Elder of Villa Grove, HI., drove to Lancaster and wcrv quietly married Monday. The bride is the daughter of .Mr. John Clark and one of Garrard popular teachers and a young lady of many admirable qualities. Tho groom is a prosperous farmer. Their many friends Join In wishing them happiness thru their married life. at Woman's lot la a weary on best Ilut with backacho and other distressing kidney Ilia llfo Indeed becomes n burden. Dean' Kidney Lexington Florida SOOTHERN RAlLWAlf SfSTEM Royal Palm Ar. Ar. Ar. Ar. Chattanooga . ... 3:40P.M. (C.T.) Atlanta 8:40 P.M. Macon . (E.T.) 12:20 A.M. Jacksonville . 7:55 A.M. ... Pulbnan Sleeping Car and Coaches Florida Three Through Trains Daily , 9i20A.M. Lv. Danville Ar. Chattanooga (C.T.) Ar. Atlanta (E.T.) Ar. Macon Ohio Special 1140A.M. 630 P.M. 3:05 A.M. Ar. Jackwnvllls. 11:30 A.M. lullman SITPin Cars and Coachva to Jacksonville. Dining Cars Scnlec All Meals. Lv. Danville ., .. . 11:20 P.M. improving. A. C. Miles spent last week Mr. in Nicholasvillo with friends. Mr. Lucas Foster sold his house and lot to Mr. Hobert Price. seriously ill at Mr. Fount Land his home on Paint Lick Creek. Dr. and Mr. Hendren Ad Hugh Noel spent Thursday in Lexington. Mr. T. O. Hill sold a pair of mules to Mr. Porter Prcwitt for 1250.00. Sunday School Sunday A. M. 10:16 o'clock and preaching at 11 o'clock. Mr, and Mr. Alex Sams, of Bourne have been visiting Mr. Harrison Ray. Miss Mary Kurtx spent tho weekend in Lancaster with MUs Mnymo Stnpp. Mrs. W .1'. Long Is visiting her parents, Dr. nnd Mrs. Wolf, In several days Is 1 Nlcho-lasville. A. N. Mcridu. Mr. Z. T. Rice, Sr., of Richmond, spent Thursday night with his son, Mr. Harry D. Rice. MUses Anna Mac and Lillian Kldd, were Sunday visitors of Misses Lucy and Nolllc Turner. Messrs. George Yantls and Colli O'Neal Prather, who have been quite since," ill, are gradually improving. i 60c nt all dealer. Mr. and Sirs. Mack Turner were Co.. Mfr.. nuffalo, N. Y. entertained Sunday nt the home of Mr. and Mrs. Noah Maree. BUCKEYE Mrs. Jennie Henry nnd son, James Milton, were visitors Sunday afterMr. Kyle 11 rod shnw of Danville, is noon of Mr. James Yantls. visitinfr relatives here. Dallardt Obctilk Flour it pure, Mlis Ethel Ray led the H. Y. P. healthful and delicious. Why not U. Wednesday evening. try a sack today? Hudson & Farnau. Mrs. Dan Ray, who has been sick Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Poyntcr nnd Foater-Mtlbun- have trade life brighter for many Lancaster women. Ask your neighbor! Head what Mrs. Hestor Cains, Cotnpton St, Lancaster, says: "I hare had attack of kidney trouble that caused my back to ncho so I could hardly get around to do my housework. There wns n. dull, nag King ache across the small of my back that throbbed and pained dreadMornings I wna so fully nt times. lame In my back and hips I could hardly stoop over to put my shoe on. My kldnar were Irregular and acted too freely and otherwise bothered mo. I got Doan's Kidney l'lll at McHobert's Drug Store and n short use rurrd me of the attack. I haven't been troubled with backacho I'lll Ward was n member of the Methodist church. She leaves one daughter, Mrs. W. J. Hogan, who has been Hattie, two sons, Calvin and Allen to quite ill I slowly Improving. mourn her loss. Miss Mayme Lee Ilallard spent the week-en- d with Miss Margaret Wool-fol- k CUV of Lexington. Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Scott, Jr., spent Mr. Wm. Mcrlda continues criticallast Sunday with their grandmothly ill. er, Mrs. Ucttie Ruble of Ruena Vista. Mr. Wm. Whittaker was a recent Mrs. J. Hogan Hallnrd spent sevvisitor in Richmond. eral day Inst week with her nunt, Mr. James Klnnery and son Hubert Mrs. Marshall Gucrrant of Louisville. spent Friday in Danville. Miss Margaret Woolfolk nnd Mr. Mr. nnd Mrs. C. V. Coley, of Hack-le- W. A. Cameron, of Lexington, were visited Mr. and Mr. J. P. Foley guest last Sunday of Miss Mayme Sunday. Lee Ilallard. Mr. nnd Mr. Henry Tuttlc spent Mr. and Mrs. Joe Gosnry arc rewith Mr. nnd Mrs. A. N. ceiving congratulations over the week-en- d the arMerida. rival of n little son. He has been Miss Ethel Harnes was the guest christened Carl. Saturday night of Miss tavvrne Whittaker. Mr. and Mr. Roy Prather had for their Sunday visitor Mr. and Mrs. He a Good He a Good Wm. Walker. Oxy-Acetyle- ne Automobile Mr. James U Yantls was the dinMechanic ner guest Tuesday of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Sutton. Good Positions Good Pay Mrs. John Mossis and children, of We Train You Quickly and Thoroughly In Our Shops Rockcastle, ore visiting Mr. nnd Mr. y, BRYANTSVILLE (Delayed) Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Gullcy and children were tho guests a few days last week of her sister, Mrs. Oscar Helton, of Kirksville. .Misses Jean nnd Viola Rankin, who nre attending school in Millersburg, were called homo Inst Sunday by the denth of their father. Mr. J. M. Phillip, Mr. and Mrs. Ike Phillips and Mr. Henry Uaugh-maof Stanford, were guests last Tuesday of Mrs. W. J. Hogan. Mr. and Mr. Ulysls Wyatt and Mis Helen Wyatt of Ucrea, Mr. and Mrs. Edd Huletto and little daughter, were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Hulctte. Everybody Is cordially invited to attend the Spelling Match and Candy Sale at the school auditorium FriAdmission day evening, Feb. 17th. Adults, lOcts. and children Get. n, Welder New Day nnd Night Classes Starting- Now Write ,! WLIr Ter latl laferiatllea - I Y. M. C. A. AUTO SCHOOL LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY $6.00 Pays for Both SUBSCRIBE FOR YOUR HOME PAPER THE CENTRAL AND RECORD children, spent Monday tn Lincoln, guests of Mr. nnd Mr. Green Poyn tcr. Mr. nnd Mrs. Wm. Griggs and children were visitors recently of Mr. and Mr. Wm. Smith, of Pleasant HUI. THE LOUISVILLE HERALD Mr. Ollie Graham and little son, Kentucky's Greatest Newspaper to JaCkwnvlH. Diolof Car Sen lag Alt Meals. Lv. Danville Ar. Caattinooga. ... . (C.T.) Ar. Atlanta. . Ar. Macon .. .(E.T.) . Ar. Tamaa Ar. Clearwater . . Suwanee River Special . . . 6:30 A.M. U 145P.M. 3:10 P.M. 1I:2JA.M. ,. T ft Ar. SLPetertaw Af )" MlJl9Wlt , ., a IMAM. 8:39 A.M. 7a?iAelM 8:M AM. Ar. Svateta tM A.M. (C.TJ CeauelTMM. (K.T4 CMnTlai. lVllaao Keepifl Care aad Coaches to Tampa, St. Petersburg (VU Tampa) (VU Brsdentown.) DUIof Cars Strviac All Meal. TTT"IMT Srstts For Uekete, sUiju. car rerrlieM or other taforastloa, apply toTieket Afeat or M. C KINS. Mrbic raws AmsU. sm, i asi sjr, Mil Margaret Kurtx, of Harrod- burgi is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Has-coBrown. Miss Francis Long of Nicholasvillo, spent Saturday nnd Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Long. Mr. and Mr. Wm. Whittaker spent Sunday with Mr. and Mr. Geo. I Mance near Lancaster. Mr. T. O. Hill visited Mr. and Mrs. Walker Uradshaw at Danville, from Friday until Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Carter attended the funeral of Mr. J. P. Rlpy m of McCrenry were Tuesday guests of Mesdnmcs Milton Ward and C. R. Henry. Mr. and Mr. Robert Yater, of Tcatcnville, were visitors Saturday of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Yater and family. Mr .and Mrs. Wm. Lane, Misses Flonnie Mac and Suvanah Lnne nnd Master Elxn Lane, were visitor Sunday afternoon of Mr. and Mrs. John Prather. Mr. and Mr. Wm. Lane and daughters, Flonnie Mae and Savanah and son, Elxa, were Saturday visitors of Mr. and Mr. Hiram Pendleton, of Lancaster. You Should Read The Louisville Herald . A metropolitan daily paper thnt contains n complete telegram and cable service covering the world. State news from correspondents in all parts of Kentucky. The Herald's local service gives all the news of Louisville and suburbs. Society, Finnncial, Market nnd Sport pnges, arc in charge of the most reliable authorities on these special subjects. Docs it mean anything to you to be supplied with daily newspaper that interests every member of the family? Then it is the Louisvillu Herald you want in addition to your local paper. n If you also desire the Sunday Herald add $2.50 to your remittance. Order your subscription through THE CENTRAL RECORD LANCASTER, KY. Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Hurts and family spent Saturday In Lancaster with - In Lawrcnceburg- The Central Record, Lancaster Ky.. Thursday Feb 16, 1922 An Invitation Farmers! the various contrivances for producing larger yields at less expense. WE INVITE YOU to spend an hour or two with us the next time you arc in town. We want to show vou in blnck and white just what others have done with the wonderful new farm implements and machinery we will be featuring this season. Experts sav that there are better dnys ahead for the farmers. Wo feel it wc believe it. Talk it over with us and get in on the ground Hoot. We'll be glad to see you as often as you come. Come any day. These nre 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 on ideal time to look into the merits of CONN BEOS. 3 11 lldbd 111 IE The Central Record Ittueti Wr.kly. Payahla JI.50 In Year. Adfanca. J. E. ROBINSON. Editor, ft. L .ELKIN, Local Editor and Mgr. Entered at the Poit Oirice in LanMail caster, Ky., as Second-Clas- s Hatter. THE AMERICAN PHE3S ASfOdATIOS Lincajier, lj February 16, 1922 Raltt For Political Announcaraaota. for Precinct and City Offices.. For For For For For 5.00 For fifty years or more American capital has been en gaged in building railroads, with which to haul our surplus of grain and other proMuch of the future progress ducts to the sea ports. During of it town depends upon the that fifty years this surplus has been shipped to foreign counhome life of the community. If the town is divided into tries in foreign ships and the charges went business, social, religious and transportation groups, into foreign pockets. political cliques or This was good business for with hard and fast lines drawn and each pulling against the the foreign shipping interests. But now we propose to have others, there is but little for real progress. a merchant marine ourselves The people cannot get togcth-- i some day, and ship our goods er on a common plane of un-- ! abroad in our own ships, and derstanding and work. No keep the vast sums of money one faction is willing to accept; paid for the transportation charges in American pockets. the leadership of another. Foreign countries don't like town is compara-- j But when a tively free from paralyzing this, which is natural. cliquos and jealousies there is, They object mightily to the great opportunity for advance-- 1 creation of an American merment. Everybody knows ev-- j chant marine, because it will erybody else, each feels to ad-- j cripple the earning capacity vance suggestions to others,, of their own ships. This is aland in turn is willing to receive so but natural and to be ex pected. them. In this way the best points But when thoy attempt to 10.00 County 'Offices State and District Offices.. 16.00 Calls, per line.. .10 . . .10 Cards, per line all publications in the interest of individuals or expression of individual views, per 10 line Obituaries, per lino .05 .. arc of every proposition brought to the surface, and the logical leader to carry a work to completion is easily selected. The closed mind is the heritage of a town divided against itself. It imbibes but few new thoughts, and those few nre centered around the prnticu-lo- r clique to which the mind belongs. The open mind gathers in much food for new thought, and that thought is capable of expansion and development m many ways. The open mind is the one for this town. ........ tell this country that wo hnvo from any Interested citizen, no right to build a merchant , rwtninlv Niich visitfl would be mnrine, as soma of them have pleasing nnd encouraging to done, they become presumptu ine ennurcn. In n few years the destinies ous and must expect to hear n few words of homely truth of this community will be in What they don't like they the hands of these children. The grcntest heritage we can enn lump. It is none of their business, lenve them, the one which will To buy in the wholesale markets only those best fit them for meeting the We will do ns we please. GROCERIES which we know will give perfect satisintricate problems of life, is faction to our customers in every way. Conditions were bnd in Rus w an adequate education. sin under the autocratic rule great To search the wholesale markets until wo enn The nubile schol is tho of the czars. But the people est asset of our national life secure just such GROCERIES at the lowest possi-bl- e had bread, and enjoyed life today. It inculcates in the price that cash can produce. if but little more. juvenile mind a respect am i lien tncy overthrew ant! veneration for all that is up To sell those GROCERIES to our customers at murdered the czar and beg' right, just nnd humane, tint reduced prices that allow us a smaller margin of gnrcd the nobility and formct paves profit than ever before. the pathway of life with a government of the peasant knowledge and honorable ca This policy is in force and circct now, nnd we class. They would be free reer. believe it will appeal strongly to every buyer in this and independent, and all hat Recognition is a-- little thing town nnd farming community. dreams of sudden wealth. to give, but its potentialities isow tncy nave not even are great, both as regards the bread and are starving by the teacher and the pupil. hundreds of thousands. Why not? Americn is feeding many of them, as usual, but while en How They Did It. FRESH FISH AND OYSTERS gaged in this work of the Sa- Some people possess the mnritau we cannot forget that faculty of "getting next" to al they brought their plight upon most every good proposition themselves. comes along. This is Guard your stomach. It it the The Sunday School forging Mob rule sounds good to the that especially true with regard to foundation of health or disrao nhcad under the splendid leadership mob only until hunger begins The world' most anything of exceptional value medicine Tanlnc. famous stomach of Ilrother Gaines, the Superintendent X Sunday School auto race to gnaw. li that is offered by our local mer (It.) Stormos Drue Store. was launched last Sunday which HII When the disarmament con chants. It saves them many no doubt create plenty of wholesome ference first met in Washing dollars in the run of a year. rivalry among the classes to reach Unfortunate Fire the utandard of excellence which is ton it attracted widespread at How do they do it 7 Mr. Charlie Coulter who lives near tention, and scarehcads plasWatch in every llrynnUvillc and who has many warm required to win the race. They read the ads tered the first pagos of the issue of the home paper, never friend all over the county, had the this space each week for the winning ear. If you are not enlisted In any daily press. omiting even the small want misfortune to losu his house and moat school at present, new is the time of the contents by fire Inst Friday to get on Of late days it has been nl ads. board and help win (he forgotten, important as it most Every issue of this paper has morning. on A spark from the chimnoy race. falling the dry roof catiHil the The subject far the morning is, and generally a half column something of especial value ad damage, which was several thousand next Sunday will be "What the on an inside page was its re vertised therein, something dollars, with small insurance. Seme Community owes to the Church." cognition. that" many people would be of the furniture win Mivetl by work Don't forget the prayer meeUag-omen who were braking hemp In a Wc have too many murders. glad to have. Wednesday nights at 7:15. lliMe field nenr by and holdups, and bank and The persistent ad reader way possible. and assisted In every study was never more Important than it is today. Members are urged and mail robberies, and divorce locates these things nnd gets them. One should keep his home and con the general public are Invited to meet scandals and other attractive Keep your bargain eye on tent fully insured with Oaln, who with us for Hlble study each week. forms of light amusement to carries nothing but remember anything of a ser the ads of the home merchant. pays claims promptly. insurance and Card Of Thanks It. ious nature for long at a time. If he says it is good, or of From the bottom of our sorrowing-hearFive years from now we will especial value, you may be sure Baptist Church News and with the deepest ami He cannot be able to determine whether it is as he states. sinrcrest gratitude, we wish to thank In the death of Mrs. S. li. Kates his Mr. Harding's arms conference afford to misrepresent Saturday the l.ancaster Baptist all those kind friends and neighbors, goods, even if he so desired. lat has elevated him to a plane of Church lost one of its mot faithful for their thoughtfulness and assistgreatness, or whether it was To do so would soon put him and devoted members, and we extend ance .during the lllnc. and after the to the bereaved family our sincere death of our dear wife and mother. simply the beginning of the out of business. S. 11. Kites and family. This paper is always full of sympathy in their great sorrow. Her end of an American president. you need nnd peaceful departure gave abundant You never can tell a man' mentalAny emphatic statement today good things evidence nf her readino to go. For ity by the Mubble on his face. con, is more partisan- want. You'll read about them her to he abcnt from the body was pro or in the ads. You can't get strong on a weak, Only time can divulge to bo present with her Lord. ship. Read up, and pick'em up. flimsy diet. Tone up your stomach. 'Forever with the Lord, the truth. Kut plenty of nourishing food and Amen, so let it be, An expert predicts that in Kvcrybody who tries Tanlnc has Life from the dead is In that word, build up your system. Tanlac does Stormes' Drug Store. it. 'Tis immortality. the year 2,000 this country will something good to any about it. i Stornu-Drug Store., (It.) have a population of UHO.OOO,-00It may be true, but we are not taking on any bets. Collecting in A. D. 2,000 would 9u Dac!3sfc. jLsMjfc be too much of a job for us. Our Business Policy I CURREY & OULLEY n ts 0. s I The Cradle Of Knowledge American FIELD FENCE Recognized as the BEST and prices nre much lower. We are prepared to take care of your requirements. OLIVER CHILLED HILL-SID- E PLOWS PLOWS SYRACUSE GENUINE POINTS FOR BOTH Come to us for everything in the HARDWARE LINE you will find our prices lower than others. Boodloe & Walker Bros Our public school is the cradle of knowledge for this It might well be termtown. ed the incubator of progress and achievement. Of Have you been over lately to see how your children are progressing? long paused you Have enough to let the teachers know that you are interested in the good work they nre doing toward the educational and Ifej moral advancement of your Guaranteed boy or girl? 6,000 Miles Have you given them any encouragement whatever? If the sheriff, or the mayor, or any other official does a eood piece of work we tell him so just as we roast him if he falls down on his job- He expects both, and gets whichever is coming to him. If the teacher displcasos us in any way we are quick to Other Sizes Low Priced censure. Sometimes we make 30 a 3 31 a t 8.95 $14.75 1C.C4 32 x 4 a big noise. 9.87 30 x 3J4 33 a 4 17.22 Rut day aftor day our teach- 32 a 3i 12.SS 18.13 34 i 4 ers nre doing good work ex- TbeM ara the famous Dunbar Fabtica Come lu mils guarantee with a cellent work and wo take it our sale6.000gel the benefit of these saviand Mlt t4 ckui U aloflK simply ns a matter of course, ns ng- W' 0ll M Uf rU lfl4 something that is coming to Waalil b! ciatlly IHKIk us. Wo neglect to extend tho STORES commendation that is their WORLD due. We do not speak for the S. teachers, but wo feel that they Coy would welcome visits from the parents of tho community, or h SALE U mi I TIRE NOW asi nil i un hi km W a STOVES r ?m i Jki ' i AND 303 J Jli I HEATING STOV 1 j are being sold at a cut rate price at our store. The finest RANGES on earth and the BEST QUALITY of HEATING STOVES that can be bought are in this sale for you AT A BARGAIN. Now is the time to buy your STEEL RANGES and HEATING STOVES-S- o why wait? t J - JVM 1 i ' ! IV HASELDEN BROS. 15 DAY STOVE SALE Sanders Th Central Record. Lancastei , Ky., Thursday, Feb 6 1 MMt-MMMMM- 1 922 FRAINCIS-SMIT- H Arc allowing n now nnd te f Mr. and Mr. Hubert Carter at- p, 0 line of RELLA A. FRANCIS. Well, it's in the Central Record Building ENGLE'S STORE.--I'- m here to stay by filling your wants at Reasonable Prices. tendril tho funeral of the Utter1 uncle, Col. J. P. Rlpy, at Lawrence-bur- Classified Column RATES i Utt i Monday. Buy your Tobacco Canvas from us PURE CANE SUGAR, DARRINGTON GOOD. HALL Misa Ktta Koblnson, of Incas-ter- , Mr. Kverctt KIdd, snd Mr. Hill Meeka, of Corbin, were guest Sunday of Mines Susan Reynolds of Stanford. COFFEE. EVERYTHING u Mrs. Mary Woolfolk, who ha rc- -t cently returned from a long visit with friends In Illinois, Is the guest at present of her daughter, Mrs. J. IT. Ilourne, on the Stanford pike. Single insertion Ic a word No ad taken for less than 20c In this column. No ad In this column charged. Seven Insertions for the price ef five. rhone orders must be paid promptly. 'af Stamped Art Linens We wish to announce that all hemstitching in white cotton thread at 10ds., the thread furnished. All silk thread 50 yard spoofs nt 9cts., 100 yard spools nt 18cts. All hemstitching strictly cash. The Woman' Club held their regu- Gossip About People A Mr. Mike Klkln, of Lsxington, wns in Lancaster Monday on business. Mr. Will Dlckcrson Is spending a "Saul." About few days in Louisville on business. were present. Mr. Shirley Klkin, of Lexington, is apending several day in I.ancnstci'. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Curtis and son, of Canard, were in Danville Saturday. Misses Dorothy Dunlap and Mnrga ret Thompion pent Saturday in Dan- mill MiMUb el the Comlngi Colngi ItyTrwM Wt Art Inttruttd siuf In. MIm Stelln Sanders wn In a vititor Lexington Frlilay. Mr. Will Walker ha returned from ville. trip in Mississippi. n bisslne Mr. Ceorge M. I'atturson remains Mr. Wm. Slmpsan is spending n critically III at his home on lllehmond atrcet. few day In Lexington tM week. Miss Maggie Miller spent the In sitter. and Mrs. John II. Williamson daughter were with Danville ricnd Danvflt. the guest of her Saturday. Mrs. A. C. Mile has returned from Don't forget the Kastorn Stan will a visit t Mr. nnd Mrs. I.lllard. Mile conduct exchanges March 4th and at N'teholasville. April Hth. Mrs. J. II. I'axten, f Stanford, is Mr. Otis Georh was the Saturday spending today with Mrs. J. C. Uohln-se- n Ma uncle, Mr. Cbas. night guet of and Mrs. K. K. Henry. (ioooh In Hayle. Hon. Clay KauiTman were Kmma KauiTman LoutsvlNe Tue4lay. .Sfc en IT Jamo.4 Kshlnssn, who has and Mr. been canfined to hi home for several visiter In days I nble to be at his otTlee again. Jixeph and Mis Hettie Milter will leave Friday Mr. O. ltener, uf Louisville, is Adolph far a visit to her brother, Mr. Sam vblUng her daughter, Mrs. Miller and Mrs. Miller in Memphis, Mr. Joseph. Tennessee. Mr. and Mrs. Use Ford hav mav-c- d The many friends af Mr. William fraro the cauatry t the Herd rnsj. Lear will bn glad to learn that he dense on Itlehmond street. will soon he out again after an lllnett Mrs. U. I). Simpson, of Lexington, of three weeks. Is the truest of her daughter, Mrs. Mr. William Kinnnird, headquar. K. 1. Hrown and Mr. llrowii. ters at (.oxingtan, spent the weekMrs. Lewis I'yree, of Lexington, end with his parents, Dr. and Mrs. Va., is the guest of her Mer, Mrs. J. 11. Klnnalrd. Kebert Kinnnird and Mr. KJnnaird. Mrs. Thomas Adams, who has been Mr. W. II. Harris, of Lexington, the KUest of her mother, Mr. Nnck was at the bedside of his father. McCralh, returned to her home In Judge K. W. Harris Saturday and Sharpsburx Tuesday. Sunday. Mrs. Carrie Davidson, Mr. anil Mrs. Lauls Landram, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Cuy Davidson and two sons F. II. Marksbury. Mr .and .Mrs. Clay were visitors Sunday of Mr. and Mnt. Sutton were visitors In Lnxingten '.. T. Itice in Uiohmoml. Friday. Mis Hord, of Cincinnati and LexMrs. K. II. Smith and daughter, ington, arrived Monday and will have, Ml' Anna Mae, nf Louisville, have charge of the trimming department been visiting her parents, Mr. and of the Joseph Millinery parlor. Mr. S. II. Henry. Mrs. I.ein Tester of Crab Orchard, Mrs. W. It. Caak. rf Danville, and was a visitor in our town Tuesday. MIm Helen Rtlsatolh Spraguc, of We tape this good family will con- Itmilsville, were Sunday guests ofjtinue to call Garrard their "home." Mr. Joasc Sweeney has returned Miss Macule Miller ami Mr. Otis from a visit in Lauiavtlle. During flteeh mntarod u DanvUta ami wars hi abene Mrs. Sweeney was the of her siUr, Mrs. Thai. guest of her sister, Mrs. Guy Da viddinner gut ?. Reynold recently. ian, on Stanford street. Mrs. K .1 Sfioes slightly worn of high grades Standard American National Wire Smoothing Harrow, $16.00; Iluggy, rcpnfred ready to weor for women Fence for sale. Hudson & Fnrnau. $120.00; Cook Stoves $70 to $90. nnd children. Call and see them, 4 foot Field Fence, 08 cents; nnd get your girls school shoes. (LMC.U) The Mnrlowc Club of Hamilton J. J. Thompson, nt the cents. 6 foot Poultry Fence, 67 FOR RKNT: One nice furnished College entertained Monday evening Hrummctt Property next to GarJ. R. Mount & Co. Phone 208. with their annual reception. Among room. rard Tobacco warehouse. ell Mrs. S. I). Cochran. To SALKSMAN WANTKD: the charming hottcsies, who were roofing, cement and paints direct to daintily gowned, were Miv Thelmn I want to SHOATS WANTKD: Notice. Hamilton und Miss Martha Ward buy about fifty shonU, weighing from property owners. Formerly located Ky. Fnstest growing in Hurgin, Sweeney, of thts city. T.O to CO pounds. All persons having claims against K. Robinson, J, house becaue our salesmen arc the estate of James N. Locker, will Iincnstcr, Ky. Among the number of Hamilton (tf.) Only producers wanted. present same properly proven to the RODKS PRODUCT CO., students whd made week-envisits STRAIOHT SAIwMlY 136.00 per undersigned or mv attorneys. Robin- Hldg., were Ml Thelmn Hamilton, the week nnd expenses to man or woman 42 Weissinger-tinulbe'son nnd KnulTmnn. Those indebted guest of Misses Lucy and Matihln with rig to introduce POULTRY Louisville, Ky. to said deceased, please make payFerguson nt the home of the Misses MIXTUUK. Kurekn Mfg. Co., FOR RKNT A nice Iloyle ceun-i- y ment to me nt once Ferguson's parents, Mr. and Mr. lUpd- Katt St. Louis, III. James I. Hamilton, Bxceutor. farm, 00 acres tobacco, wheat and Volney Ferguson, Ilourbon county; corn for cash for 3 to 6 years to A Mis Franeos Ogilvie, with her aunt, Ilarreil Rock Raostcrs, $1.00 from 1 mnn. KniUire at this otTlce. Al- Sweet Clover Mrs. Luther (Sibbs, at Ijvncnster. Heck approved by Department of so Ave Hereford bulls, 2 years old, Agriculture, Lexington. And Honeyand two cow with calves., good ones Mrs. Itnbcrt Klnnalrd entertained Mrs. T. D. O'Hearn, . T. A. Bradley, with afternoon tea Thursday nt her (It.) why sow reil clover, when you can Lancaster, Ky. for sale. Danville, Ky. buy tweet clover for one-hahome on Maple avenue in hunsr of the FOR SALK: Rod Ilurlcy Tobacco her sister, Mrs. Lewis I'yree, of price, which is better. Special sacrlfl-e- d Seed. Gcrmlnnttan 9S per cent. Seed Vn. The house wns lighted seed direct from grower. Prices by red candles and a lovely plant af Price $2.00 per ounce. Raised and Also prices on I have some Cross Standing Hurley and circulars free. W. R. Pickett. tt Call nt red was the center-piec- e of the ton sld by JOHN A. SHEEIIAN sale, $1.26 per pure honey. nnd Myora olTice, nt Rnrrnrd Tobacco Seed for table. Refreshment of ices and R. D. No. 4 Falmouth, Ky. T. L. Kclley, ounce. cakes were served, the ice being Tobacco warehouse, Lancaster, Ky. Paint Lick, R. F. D. No. 2. , molded in (lower pots with a bloomIlox ltfi. As n rule the man who I willing ing Hewer. About twenty guest ' Hemstitching ami pleating attachto tackle a dilTercnt task doesn't find the delightful afternoon. ment works on any sewing machine, Notice Dissolution it so dilflcult nfter he get to going. Mrs. J. K. Klmorc entertained easily adjusted. Price $2.60 with To whom it may concern: It's perfectly safe to listen to the Saturday afternoon nt her home in full instructions. Notice is hereby given by the ma- person who is always giving nwny Oriental Novelty Co., Itox 11, "Hill Court' 'in honor of Miss FranCorpus Christ! , Texas. jority of stockholders of Masonic advice. It's a cheap way of finding ces Ogilvie, of Hamilton College, and Huilding Association, resolved that out what not to do. Mrs. Lewi I'yree, of Lexingtou, Vn., FOR SALK: Some Taney Thoro-bre- the Ronid of Directors of said corwith u valentine party which wns one d On cold wintry days we quite Owen Farm, Thompkins' Strain poration close its business as of the must charming alTuirs of the S. C. Rhode Island Red Roosters, alngreed with the scientist who nvcrs by law nnd is hereby done. seaion. The decorations were in red so eggs from same strain. that the north pole has shifted IU Masonic Building Association, Prices and white and carried out the valen- rensonnble. Call and Mf, phone or J. R. Hnvddcn, Pres. position. The pesky thing has been tine idea ln all detail. The hoites write Mrs. Fred Hall, John M. Fnrra, Sect. trying to break through our Imwas assisted in entertaining by her (tf ) migration laws. Paint Lick,, Ky. i mother, Mrs. Luther Cibb and Mrs. Hubert, Kinnnird. About thirty guests weru present. lar weekly meeting Thursday afterOffice noon at the club rooms. After the loor. Mrs. K. business semion room J. gave a most interesting fifteen Stormc talk on member for rent on second Cltlicns National Hank. Manure Spreader $100.00; Riding Plow, $60.00; Walking Plows, $13.60 nnd $10.00; Disk Harrow, $46.00; Sho .1 OI1UCS, t) money-m- akers. d rt - lf Lex-tinge- n, Tobacco Lig-ge- i (1.25-5t-pd- .) Of IU-p- d, pro-vide- J Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Ilrandenburg, who have recently gene to housekeeping at their new home on the lllg Hill road, were the recipients of a surprise shower Thursday evening At seven o'clock a number of automobiles from I'alnt Lick, Kirksville and lllehmond, well laden with mis- Owsley. Mm. It. It. Henry, of l.uxingten, is Mr. VtJy Dickers ontertainud tke gunst ef hor mother, Mu. J. C. it few friends Tuesday evening at her J. K. Dlckersen of liHcntr. replUblnten before leaving for Mtufe. homo on Maple avenua. The home resenting the Lexlngtan Dry Hoods alppi where ahe will Jain her husband was decora mi in VnWatia ombiems ami resldu In the future. and drlleiwtts refreshment were rv Company, sayn he it having n great busino AHfHHinctiHients have ihI. MIm Georgia Dunn, FieW Score ben received ns fallows. tary of the Kentucky Christian Kn In remiting for her paper, "Aunt" Th bride, fermurly n resident of deavor Union, while working in the Miriam Heniloy naw hscatttd at Ijinca4er. ha beon living here for Licking Valley District was stricken Ij'gan. Ohio, Mys ihe has been quits the past three or four years. Mr. with InflUcnsa nnd for the past week sick and nika to be remembered to Ilnnlng is a popular traveling man has bsen very sick in Falmouth. her old friends, both white and col- and n H. C T.: . Announcing the marriage of ored. Garrell Allen came homo Friday Helen Robinson evening from Mr. and Mm. J. II. Conn have been where he is and holding down a position with the bur-Jo- y recent visitors 1n Danville. wher Mr. Marion A. Hening pool usMCiutit'tt n weighing mas- they witnessed "The Shlek" at tho Wednesday, February the first ter and returned to hi post of duty Opera House. Their Mr. Nineteen hundred and twenty-tw- o oh Monday morning nnd much pleas-m- i Adolph Mvnjou, of Lo Angeles, was Louisville, Kentucky. with his Job. iluttonville cor; one of the prominent actors in tin At Home Danville .Messenger. play. 810 S. Fourth Street LouUville. Ky. Lexington Herald., son-in-la- cellaneous articles, the gift uf the numerous friends who had brought them arrived at their home. Thi was the first intimation Mr. and Mr, ltrandcnburg had that they were to have a torm party and, best of nil the lKimlsemu und useful gifta for which thoy are deeply grateful. There were ntaul forty in the party and Mr. and Mrs. llrandeuhurg proved idaal h4 and a most cordial welcome wns extended their guest Richmond Register. Executors I THE LATE J. D. NAVE'S TWO BABY FARMS OF 7 AND 11 ACRES EACH AND ALL PERSONALTY Saturday, Feb 25, AT 10 A. M. of Uo late J. D. Nave, wo will on the above date sell for the A.s e?00"!0 High Dollar the following property: TRACT NO. 1. Located on Lancaster Pikv about four miles from Stanford. C ontains 7 acres of fertile land, all lays well and all in grass except the garden. Klegant live room cottage with double halls, spacious veranda and back porch, splendid cellar all in the pink of condition. Nice storeroom and all fixtures, blacksmith shop, barn and ull necessary outbuildings. Cistern and well at dwelling and cistern at blacksmith shot). PI This is choice property, ideally locatod, in line neighborhood and splendid busi- x usat'ssiuii 01 111 , i ii.ij.iu. mis piacc at once and exceedingly easy tonus. TR,ACT NO 2- - Lctitutl about two milos from Stanford on the Lancaster I ike. Has nice four room cottage, two porchus, new garage and stablo, well watered and fenced, lnis place contains about 11 acres. All lays well and u dandy little homo and chicken ranch for some one. Possession of this property in thirty days from date of side and easy terms. PERSONALTY: Two horsos, one phaeton, milk cow, mowing machine, hay rake, spring wagon, some corn andhay, lot of tools, turning plow, household and kitchen furniture, lot of chickens and other things too numerous to mention. The sale will be held on Tract No. 1. Terms on personalty S20.00 and under cash in hand and over this amount n good bankable note. Look this property over and be convinced that wo are oirering something out of the ordinary, well located, right size, etc. ss.,fuJl.p.n,)llfte 8ce wrlte or l)hone uither K- - s- - ALCORN, Attorney, or HUGHES & McCARTY or ft LHUUciSltj! I -- x.J- fcl sifusyaiuitj . Ox Valentine Party li'ightful Valentine home on Richmond ",, S Master Klnier Moore gave n very party at hi street Tuiwdn) por Loaf Snlt UisiiiK .' 8ct. J. !. JI. Guaranteed Flour, por Sack $1.20 Heat Hrand Pure Hok' Lard, pur GO lb. can $6.25 Good Hulk Co tree, pur pound 15ct. .20ctt. tiod Ground ColTuu, bulk, por pound ttesi Ground Colfcu, pktr., per pound 30ct. Call for prices on anything In GROCERIES nnd U.-ca- PRICES. Long Loaf Sandwich Hroad, pur Loaf Short Loaf Hroad, per Loaf WHERE THOUSANDS ARE SAVING MONEY ON EVERY DAY ARTICLES. JUST A FEW ITEMS TO CONVINCE YOU THAT WE ARE MAKING , lOcts. 7ct. afternoon, the honor guest being little Misa I'hoebe Williams, which' was her sixth liirtliilnv Alwmi 'Hi! l ule guests accepted Klmer's hotpi-- ! tality nnd n most pleasant afternoon was spent. Tho dining room wa ar-- 1 tisticnlly nrrange! with apjiropriate decoration and the good thing to ent m ml o one mouth go yum, yum, yum. Proof conclusive that the president aspire to n second term It the fact that he continues to have hit shoes half soled. Some lawyer are so energetic they perform a double duty. They, get Into congress and the state legislatures and help make the law and then aid their clients to evade them. MEAT. LEWIS NAVE AND WEBB KELLEY, Executors Col. PHoie 200. Scott & Ruble Public Square. J. O. Dinwiddle on the Block. STANFORD, KENTUCKY. OF WILL OF J. D. NAVE The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Feb PAINT LICK In assuming office as mayor of When some people start in to tell nil they know tlmo soon hangs heav- Magnetic Springs, Ohio, Mrs. Mary A. T. Howling Is quite 111 of Mr. McKadilen, 80 years young, announcily on their hands. pneumonia. ed that she would servo doughnuts Mr. and Mrs. Dill Wood are movHumorlits leldom tee anything and coffee at each meeting In hopes funny In their own Writings, and t of inducing the councilmen to attend. ing to Ucrea this week. times other ngree with them. The iiaby of Mr. and Mr Joe A similar feat In this burg might Is reported to have pneumonia. may be true that American Induce the public to attend. And be- - Bolan It feed sides, watching the animal Mrs. Wm. Day Is seriously 111 at diplomat abroad are known for the the home of her daughter, Mrs. M. T. things they don't know about diplo- would be great sport. Noe. handicap is often an macy, but that Dr. and Mrs. F. It. Smith were In) They can prove the other felRichmond last week to see 'TnsIon" low n liar and get by with It. GARRARD COUNTY COURT I played. I.UNGAIIDIA Is -- without a rival" J. R. Sparks, Assignee of Jas. Hicks. V. C. T. U. will met Friday The d Couch, in ordinary or Pursuant to an order made by the lUth., Instead of next Friday 17th., difficult breathing, and Garrard County Court on February at Mrs. Skaggs. nnd Colds ! atU inl'l Kn nn.lnMl.n.t twill nft for the relief of Whooping Couch. assignee of Jas. Hicks, sell nt public. Mrs. O. Hnmmack entertained the The wonderful results following Its outcry, on Christian Endeavor business com use wltl astonish you and make you TUKSDAY, FEBRUARY 28th., 1922, Your money nt ten o'clock on, the premises to mlttec last week. friend. its The Indies Aid Society of the back, if you have ever used its equal. the highest and best bidder, on a Dancer lurks where there is a Cough credit of six and twelve month, two Christian church met with Mrs. J. I). of the puror Cold. Conquer it quickly with bonds each for one. half surety, bear- Hurchell last Thursday. chase price, with good Little Miss Snllie Hurnnm Hervey, LU.N'OARDIA. Safe for all aces ing C per cent interest from date, Mnnu payable to the said nlgnce will be daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I). A. Her COcts. and $1.20 per botUc. vcy has been on the sick list. factured by Lungnrdln Co., Dallas, required of the purchaser. Said land is focntcd in Garrard Texas. For sale by McRobcrts Drug The members of the Christian County, Kentucky, nnd described as M2-8t- . Store. church are contemplating calling I 6 1022. uct Assignee's Sale of Land deep-seate- 9 II ' IL l JJ II life-lon- ! COME TO SEE US FOR DEPENDABLE FURNITURE Rev, V. l Rogers nnd Miss Ava & COMPANY McWhortcr were dinner guests Sun day of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Guynn. The New Edison Phonograph. Danvll!c,Kentucky. Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Brandenburg were in Taint Lick one evening Inst week, mingling with old friends. Mr. and Mrs. Mnuricc Burton were in Richmond Saturday where they burg, Is the attractive guest of Mrs. and Mrs. Lodgsdon. PAINT LICK attended the burial of Mr. Burton's WooJs Walker. Mr. and Mr. W. L. Howe, of (Delayed) mother. Rev. Vogcl of Berea, preached a and Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Weddlc Red. Saplinc, Aliike, Swnl CIot very interesting sermon nt Wnlnutta and children, of Red House, attended Jas. Hicks. Ely continues 111. Mrs. Martha rr, Rrd Top, Rape Sred, Recleaned Friday evening. the burial of Mrs. N'ancy Splllman at Robinson & Knuifman, Att'ys. Orchard Grata and Kentucky Dlu Mrs. II. J. Skaggs continues ill at for Assignee. Miss Mary Mac Walker left Satur- Manse Sunday afternoon. Hudson A Farnau, this writing. Grat for sale. Loans, Loans, Loans Mr. John Gunn had the misfortune day fur Grenada, Miss., for an exFriends here of Miss Willie Wil Mr. Wm. Ralston was in Danville tended visit to friends to get his Irg broken Sunday while on liams, have received word that nhc is Saturday and Sunday. milking the cow became sick, reelMrs. Wilson Brandenburg was the reported to be very low and her Several around suffi- guest of her mother, Mrs. J. T. ed and fell on htm. Miss Kate Ely has recovered FARM LANDS GARRARD COUNTY COURT people have been wired to come at here have complained of their eons ciently to be back nt work. Friday nfternoon. Thompson last On Petition. once. It. V .Hrown, Assignee, being ill nnd reeling and falling. Liberal By virtue of a judgment and or Mrs. L. B. Ledford is on the sick Miss Lowe, of near Maysville, was Several from here attended the Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Andcr-'- " der rendered nt its Feb. 1st. term, list threatened with pneumonia. guest miscellaneous shower for and 1922. in the above the following to dinner VORIS & MOULDER undersigned will ort style J cause the Mrs. Wilson Brandenburg Mr. their Rev. R. J. Skaggs preached neaV the attractiveandweek-en- d l.cdford. of Misses Marie lleulah at Sunday: Rev. and Mrs. C A. Van BURG IN, KY. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 2lsU, 1922, home near Richmond one night lat Terryville at Beach Grove Sunday. Mrs. Martha Davis Lock and Mr. Winkle and children, Mr. and Mrs. Office, Citizens Bank & Trust nt about 10:30 A. M. sell to the high- week. Miss Robinson, of Lancaster, is the Lock are welcoming a little daugh- J. I). Burchell and daughter. Miss the premises about four est bidder on Company. .Mrs. m. K. uo.ts entertained at a pleasant guest of Mrs II. J. Chestter, who has been christened Eliza- Emma, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Hill and miles from Buena Vista, on the High (tf.) The fol nut. children, Mr and Mrs. Ollle Holan. beth Ellen. Bridge pike, in Gnrrard County, Ken six o'clock dinner Friday. lowing were present: Mr. and Mrs, tucky the following described Mi Rachel Skaggs has been on Several ladies met with Mrs. W. O. Mesdamcs Martha Wynn, W. B. J. II. Ralston and baby ,Mr. and Mrs. the sick list, but U able to be out Anderson last Thursday and organiz- Roop, S. C. Hendresen, Sam Jentract or lana tn liarrara R. W. Estridge and baby. That again. ed a Indies Aid Society of the Chris- nings, Meirs. W. li Roop, W. C. County, Kentucky, on the waters of Mrs. B. J. Skaggs and daughter, Dix River, beginning nt a stake In the Little Billie Peyton, of Uncastrr tian church. Vynn, Ernest Henderson and Hlmer Vista and Dix of FRUIT AND SHADE TREES center turn the Buena said stake being Rachel, are able to be nbout the is the guest of his aunt. Mrs. II. J. Mr and Mrs. J. M. Coyle, of Berea, Brown were in Lexington last Wedpike road, River house but her son, Tommy, has had Chestnut. BLOOMING SHRUBS were guests several days of last week nesday for the Farm and Home S. 15 degrees, E. 30 links, from a Miss Brummnl Lewis, of Green-- ! of her brother, Mr. Thos. (.odgsdon Convention. SMALL FRUITS thorn tree and being comer to Jim several hemorrhages of the nose the Bnughman nnd Orpha Ruble; thence last three or four days, but is im STRAWBERRIES with Ruble's line the center of the proving at this writing. GRAPEVINES nike. S. 61 1 degrees, E. 7 poles Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Wynn, Mr. and PERENNIALS and 18 links to a slake in the pike, EVERGREENS comer to the lands of Mrs. Hill; Mrs. W. P. Rogers, Sr., Mr. and Mrs, thence with her line with the fence, A. B. Wynn nnd children and Mrs. HEDGING S. 11 degrees, W. 1C2 pole to a Martha Wynn motored to Red House ROSES black oak stump, with ash pointer on ETC. top of the river cliff; thence with the Sunday and surprised Mrs. Wils Rog SEED POTATOES. degrees. West ers, it being her birthday. ton of cliff. N. 02 Everything for the Orchard, 35 poles; thence N. 81H degrees, V. Mr. and Mrs. I'arson and Lawn nnd Garden. A large 3S poles; thence s. on degrees, v.. have the sympathy of the poles; thence .N. i degrees, illustrated catalog and guide 10 poles, passing an old fence, in n,l around here In the loss of their 11 sent on request. 14 poles to a black oak on top of dnughtcr and wife, Mrs. Arch Miller, H. F. HILLENMEYER & SONS cliff; thence S. 86 degrees, W. 2t who left four little children. Mrs. A Nursery Word In Kentucky. coles to a black oak and sugar tree, Miller was the granddaughter of thence N. 15 degrees, E. 2Ji poles Lexington, Kentucky. to a stake in the I'erkins ford road; Mrs. Wm. Hurt of this place. thence with the road N. 45 degrees, Those who were at the poultry club E. 14 poles; thence N. 78 H degrees. meeting last Wednesday heard a very K. 10 poles; N. O'J degrees, r OF by N. 54 degrees, E. 18 poles to interesting lecture on poultry JOHNWHITE&CO. a corner on n rock near top of cliff, Mr. J. Holmes Martin ,of Lexington. (.OUISVILLt, KV. thence N. 8 degrees, E. 08 poles to a We gained several new members, stake in the Saw Mill Branch; thence making about 25 in all. Wc arc Ubanl iiurimtnl with the meanders of a branch N. planning some interesting meetings Full Vlu PM lr de09 degrees. E. 10 poles. N. 87 2 .m. tw ' .sssr 'vswjissssssssssssw Sub grees, E. 7 poles, N. 54 degrees, this spring so come and join. Raw Furs poles to a large rock in a ject next month will be something E. 20 E. 13 poles pertaining to the hatching and care branch, thence X. 83 to an ash on the east bank or branch of young chickens. and comer to the lands of Joseph Back; thence with Back's line with WOLF TRAIL tho fence, S. 30 degrees, east 20 Law poles to the corner of a wire fence; Mrs. Abe Burton )s suffering from poles Money to loan on farms. thence S. 41 4 degrees. E. 22 N. 12 broken ankle. to a stake at an oak; thence Mr. and Mrs. C. Simpson were In List your farm for sale pnv'3-- 4 degrees, E 33 poles and 20 links deto a hnckberry; thence N. 49 this vicinity Sunday. ately or at auction. grees, E. 31 2 poles to n stone on Mr. and Mrs. Ottls Stotta spent Office over J. W. Smith's Store. the west side of a branch, thence N. with relatives. poles to an Inst week-endegrees, E. 5 72 oak; thence N. 53 degrees. E. 2 34 Miss Maude Davis is visiting the m. s. poles to a stake in the pike ami cor- Misses Hardin on Scotch Bark. ner to the land of Morgnn Trior; Mr. nnd Mrs. Elijah McMillian and thence with the center of the pike. HATFIELD degrees, E. 42 poles, S. son spent Sunday with relatives. S. 42poles to a u i.- .Lutiti. E. 30 AT 9:30 A. M. Miss Tincluu Gilieam was with DENTIST stake in the pike, corner to Trior and Elijah McMillian Tuesday night. OHIc The Garrard Bank, Baughmnn, thence with Baughman s Mrs. de1 will rent the Innd of the late Henrietta Pendleton, containing 7-acres and R.tidtnc 376. line center of tho pike S. 39 degrees, Mrs. Lucas Foster nnd children, on the premises, rhontt OHic. S. grees. E. 8 poles, S. 19 , . KENTUCKY. Tjl.l.. tb.. la. f? t. ....fi .l ,,lfttir iiwilliivn;, 1UI tl.r. J 1,11 IflOO II It'illltlinltf f.tt. till; LANCASTER. I Um. III uuiiiiiu L. spent Saturday with Mrs. Libert. lOCaieU Oil it degrees, 4 UIC lUUr IWUKu ir.J E. 27 poles. S. 41 lot nni,.. to tho beginning .containing Tester. I 101 acres, being the same land conLittle Miss Kathleen Dally aid This land is well improved, with good house, utock barn, tobacco barn and all necessary veyed by J. L. Chrostopher nnd oth-,cr- Master James R. Trice, have been on Christopher, de- heirs of J. T. list. outbuildings. About 20 acres of this land ia to be put in tobocco and corn. censed to II. S. KUoie, uy uce i uuiu the sick I.S'ov. 8th.. 1910, and recorded In the LXClUSIVe. Miss Jessie B. Ray and, FJmer At the same time and place I will Bell the following personal property of the deceased: Garrard County Clerk's oinco in Ray spent tho week-en- d in Lancaster Optometrist Deed Book 34, page 512. Mrs. Joo Aldridg. Mr. and The object of the sale Is to settle with DANVILLE, KY. Four Horses; Six Mules; Seven Cowa; Seven Head of Hogs; About 30 Barrels of Com; v... ...tnt,. nt 11. S. Ruble, assigned, Mr. James Land was called last pay tho mortgage lien of 5.- - week to the bedside of his father, and to Opposite Gilcher Hotel. one as gootl as new and the other In good nnn on. with Interest from Jlarcn Mr. Fount Land, who is seriously ilL Lot of Loose Hay; One Uuggy; Two barm Wagons, Office Hours 8 to 12 and 1 to 8 p.as. 1920 nt six per cent per annum, . 24th.. Spring Wugon; 15 Gnllons of Paint; Otic Copper Clad Malleable Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Ray recent- - shape; Ono Drake Cart; One The purchaser will be required to ly entertained a number of relatives Range, used nbout six months and coat new ?l.'5f.00; Ono Sewing Machine; Lot of Drain Pipe; assume the payment of a mortgage and friends nt t sumptuous dinner. note dated Dec. 31st., 1919 and for Sled; One Cutting Harrow; Some Cured Meat; Five Cans of Lard; Three Bales of Mrs. Mollle Moberley returned to Ono Good the urn of $7,000.00 and bearing in per cent her home near Dradshnw Mill Mon t th rat of Barbed Wire; About 8Q Chickens. FUNERAL DIRECTOR per annum from itJuly 5 1. 21921. until day after a three wtfeks stay with National Bank. Office Over Jt.l nn.l .Inn January 1. 1924. Said Mrs. Allen Teater. Ruble to B. A lot of other farming implements, too numerous to mention here, and also a lot of house Residence f hons 3. Ofllce Phone 27 mortage executed by Life 8. Insurance .v, Mi,ni rtvnfflt Mr. and Mrs. Willie Masters and LANCASTER. KY. Co. of Newark, Now Jersey, and for daughter, and Master A. J. Sutton hold and kitchen furniture. the balance of the purchaso price tho were Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs, purchaser will be required to give Terms made known on day of sale. bonds with good security due In six Claude S parka and family. ..,.1 turlve months from date of sals. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Howard and payable to the undersigned bearing sons, of Madison county were visitors from date unsix per cent Interest VCTERMMMN. Mr. til paid and secured by a leln on the he latter part of last week of Preassttlr Day t land. Calls Aaere4 and Mrs. W. T. Moberley, Mr. and n. P. Hrown. Asslimce Mrs. Carl Moberley and Mr. and Mrs. Night. Ptone 317. of B. S. Ruble Hugh Moberley. Of Th Will mt H arietta PaadklM, Col. Am Bourne, Auctioneer. KENTUCKY G. C. Walker, Attorney, ER LA follows: Ileing a tract of land on the waters CORRECT ENGLISH of Sugar Creek nnd containing 40.40 acres more or less and being the same Innd conveyed to said Jn. Hicks by HOW TO USE deed from L. I Matthews nnd wife 1920, JOSEPHINE TURCK BAKER, Editor dated Jan. 2nd.. Countynnd recorded Clerk's Of in the Gnrrard fice in Deed Rook No. 40, page CSS. A Monthly is made for a Reference to which $2.50 PER YEAR description of said land, specific Send 10 Cents for Sample Copy being the home place of said Hicks. The assignee will also sell at the to same time some earn, one mule, one Correct English Publishing Co. hone and wagon. EVANSTON, ILLINOIS. J. R. Sparks, Assignee of Period Suites In all the leading finishes, for the Dining Room, Bed Room, Living Room, also odd Dressers, Rockers, Chairs, Chlfforobes, Brass Beds, Poster Beds, Rugs, Linoleum, Stoves, Ranges and Heaters their pastor for two Sundays. TRIBBLE PICKETT FURNITURE IT Magazine Rich-mon- d, Assignee's Sale Appraisements Trees For Spring Planting 3-- -2 i it Salt .uui;i 1- -2 1- 3-- 4, Personal Property Green Clay Walker And Real Estate -2 Amd Rental of Eeal Estate 1- -2 1- -2 1- d Saturday, Feb 18th, A . 1- 1- or 1- -4 - 1- -4 3-- J.J.Byrne s, k J. a. Beazlev , Dr. PrintNS Walker W. 0. RIGNEY. Executor Dmuii The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Feb 16. 1922 Goodbye Boils! of th inot powerful l.kH.rlflanr known to netvneo. H. H, H. him stool Ihn tmt of tunc Tim fvwrr of Us Incrfllent la arknnwMKI hy It molicinal liismllenl aro to l. purcif a K I ti I fuarnntMxl It rtnra thn vtMn o ofn pirn-ll-e. t. IkjII, Motchn. liUrktitailft. arms oteina, raid kint other akin ertipllons. u iitormiiniir. it iimes out tin.i thn Moot) Impurities which cauat nukes tho tlonil rlrli an.l iiuro liiilkla uti Uni flmh. It lirltx to I.loo4 etllv--Oimanufacture (' BV" la blml lm- - ...... -t UUU! . H. I, an .f lh u JruR ,torra. III two al'srs. TliO IV knawu. Tfjr It. slta U tus luote vcuiwinlcsl. tr aulh-orltlr- n. af Farm And Home New Lancaster School Notes. The usual Tuesday morning pro From Over Kentucky gram was given by tnc rrcsnmcn Fnrm boy and girl of McCrenry county arc showing an Increased Interest In junior agricultural club work, according to n report of W. H, Woodward, county agent. Moro than ICO recently were enrolled in one month to take up some fnrm or home project for tho coming year. Prospect of raising and develop ing n beef calf of their own ha attracted .15 Warren county farm boys who arc now member of a baby beef club organized in that county by County Agent W. II. Itogcra nnd The of Agriculture. tho College youngstrM will take their animals to a show to bo held in Louisville this fall wehere they will complete with from other Junior beef producer counties of the State, As a result of Increaied Interest among in better business mcthuU Oldham county farmers, lfi of them will keep record and books during the coming year, according to a report from County Agent Gordon H Nance. They have started the work by taking an inventory of all equip ment on their farms. Livestock and dairy farming ns n means of building up soils have been worn out by continuous grnin produr tlon i receiving more attention from Carlisle county farmen, n report from County Agent II. A. Hcnsley states. A total of 700 fnrmeM nnd their wive recently attended a series of meetings held in connection with the movement. Jackson county fnrm ers nnd their wive are finding community club n valuable means of poking some of the problems of their farms and homes, according to n report of Coun More ty Agent W. It. Reynolds. than 30 clubs are holding regular meetings each month. Improvement of their home or chards in scheduled to receive con sidcrable attention from Lee county farmer during the coming year, a re port from County Agent T. II. Jones indicates. Clayton Congleton, M. M. Estcs and G. T. Perkins, will continue demonstrations which they have stnrted to point out the value of certain prescribed orchard prnc ticcs. ARE YOUR CHILDREN EXTRAVAGANT? To allow a child to become oxtrnvnifant, no matwell-olthe parents may he, Is to seriously interfere with the development of its character. KxtravnKnnce breeds idleness nnd n lack of appreciation of values. A pnmpercd nnd child enn never really experience those joys and Blatkhsadi am! Skin Eruption. A Imtt l n volcono, jrouf Moot I so rhurk full of Ivitoon that thaws "twir out Into i dolt Thi'll Kt "IkiIUbic up" until you ilmtrnr them Y tlit urn of H. H. H., onn romnUtrlr s. s. s. wai km You or nni,rbnpi, Ar parllU.r "P It, a tlxMl-puflai- irUt GUY. Mr. Wlllinm 111. McriiU I criticntly It grndu-all- y Master Hcrschell Yanti Improving. Mr. Win. Walker wa the visitor Friday of Mr. Henry Tuttlr. Mr. ami Mr. Dell Kldd visited Lancaster relative Sunday. 41 pr cnt Protein Cotton Srd Hudson & Farnau. Mral for tale. Mra. Fred Hoyiton and on, Calvin visited Mr. Hoy I'rathcr last Wed- - nrday. Cnrl Pendleton ami baby visited Mr. and Mrs. Kdl linker Mr. anil Mr. Sunday. Mr. and Mr. Wm. Sutton were Sunday guest of Mr. Carrie David on, of I.anrastrr. Mr. Wm. Kinder and children, were visitors roeently of Mr. Mlley Rcatlcy, of McCrenry. Mr. and Mm. J. P. Foley and MU MaNndn Tlor visited Mm. Jnmca Ynntl Sunday afternoon. Mr. Dave llervey and children, of Faint Lick, were recent visitor of Mr. and Mr, George Ilrown. Mr. and Mm, William Scott and on, Matter Hilly Brown, were visiter of the Yaler Sunday evenning. Mra. Frank Turner and Mim Rose Turner, of I.ancaster, pent Wednes day with Mr. and Mr. Tom Turner. Mr. and Mm. John D. White were Tucadny of their daughter, visitor Mm. Jamea Manco and Mr. Marsee, Mm. C. It. Henry and children pent the past week at guests of Mr. ami Mm. John Henri- - of the Fall Lick road. Mm. Hrnry Ynter has returned home from Stanford and left her mother, Mm. P. C. Priehctt, who hai been ill, Improving. Mr. Ilrynn Wllmot, Mm. Ollie Graham and little on, of McCrcnry were Monday afternoon guest of Mm. Roy Frnthcr. Mr. and Mm. Clay Rroaddus and lotia, Kubcn and Ocil llronddua, were guct for the day Monday of Mr. and Mm. Itoy I'rathcr. Mr. and Mrs. W. !. Clark and Master Karl Clark, of the Lexington road spent Sunday with Mm. C. It. Henry. Mr. and Mm. Milton Ward. Mr. ami Mm. Wm. Lane and on, Mises Flonnie Mac and Savanah I.ane were Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mm. Lee Pendleton of iluckeyc. Misses Lucy Turner and F.thel llarnea, Mr. Tom Turner, Messrs. Tom llarnea and Crlt Turner spent an enjoyable day Sunday with Mr. and rMi. Wm. Smith of the Islington pike. class. The musician of the class, Georgia Moore, took Mm. Noland's placo at the piano nnd played the march to which the students took their place in chapel. Adclin Walker, president of the class opened the exercise with a short class, Tho hi.Vory of the talk. which was written by Margaret Her-ro- n and read by Will liny Arnold was enjoyed by all. Next was n entitled, "Always Saying poem, Don't," rend by S. II. Sanders. Tin enjoyable program was rlnssed with the song, "An Old Fashioned Onr- den," by nil the class. The program was very Interesting and appreciated by all. Forget Remember Forget each kindness that you do, As soon as you have done it; Forget the praise that falls to you The moment that you've won it; Forget the slander that you hear Ilefore you can repeat it; Forget each slight, each spite, each sneer, Wherever you nvny meet it. Remember every kindness done To you, what ever Its measure; Hemember prntse by others won and pnss it on with pleasure; Hemember every promise made, And keep It to the letter; Hemember those who lend you aid And be a grateful debtor. The Wajr Freihmrn Frel. Nobody been In school 'cept us, Only 'bout lamination time They always mnke a fuas, And holler for the Sophamorc's aid And say, "Please tell us Just a line." Hut when it's over nil the snme We're the only ones In the game. Juniors So curious like, said the Junior, I studied Cicero all day, And I got up so soon, Anil studied until noon, Hut Mis Hobinson blnxed nwny. 'Till I just c'imb down in a little henp, Weary nt heart and sick nt my feet. ter how T over-indulg- ed pleasures that are the birthright of childhood. You will not regret it If you require your children to earn their money and then to save a part of it. Teach them thrift. Let them open an account with us. We'll be glad to have them call at any time. 4 PER CENT ON TIME AND SAVINGS POSITS. DE- The Garrard Bank & Trust Go the United States and all foreign countries. LANCASTER, KY. We sell travelers Cheques, which are good in When you shoot a compliment at any one use both barrels. A loud roisc sinks In. If you want tn be regnrded as a man of brains, let the other fellow spill the beans. If you want to make a success of your own business don't worry over that of the other fellow. The main thing that sticks in the craw of the wets is the fact that they are so infernally dry. l'eople who have the price nre those who know how to count the cost. Aim high, but scatter your shot. There are plenty of good things lower down. It takes a bright woman to appear dull when an unwelcome suiter hovers nround. tiood news fellows! Each day brings us n little nearer to another batch of tho- - Joyous Christmas bills. gen-ernl- ly .na, Capital $50,000.00 Surplus $60,000.00 Honor Roll Bunk. per cent paid on time 4 posit. Call and tee us. J. J. Walker, President. Lie Sophnmore And Laugh W. 0. R1GNEY W. D. D1CKERS0N de- W. F. Champ, W. 0. Itlgney, Au'L to the President I. G. Davidson, Cashier. J. L. Gill, Assistant Cashier. W. F. Miller, Assistant Cashier. Mrs. Naomi Hamilton, Teller. MOTHERS Tor Thraa n Easier llava M1 By Oanarallona Child Birth Uilng CITIZENS NATIONAL LANCASTER, KY. BANK. asu eaua not 4 Mentis ' SOOIltt wmmm ..,. HOTKIIKOOO ttvilvCo.,EiM. ftllT AtUt C. ,,lf Corner Public Squnrc nnd Danville Street. The Alaska Experiment Stations of the United States Dcp&rtment of Agriculture have demonstrated that It Is possible to raise locally a largo part of the wheat needed by those During February and March, just A who have settled In the Territory. before the bud on fruit trees begin recent report from th engronomist In to swell, i u good time to go after charco of the Ave Alaska stations the San Joc Scale with the spraystates that in tho summer of 1921 a ing outfit, nccording to suggestion crop of 3,000 bushels of spring wheat being mnde to Kentucky foroieM nnd was produced In tho vicinity of the fruit growcM by entomologists nt tho Fairbanks Station. Most of this Experiment Kentucky Agricultural wheat Is being ground into flour in a Station. Thorough spraying with small mill recently installed nt Fair from both side of the banks. The quantity available will tree at thl time of tho year i re-- r supply the 1.G00 people living nt or ttnmended by the specialist ns an near Fairbanks. This wheat is the elTtx-ttvmeans of controlling tho Even the homeliest of girl need produc' oof n selection made from pest that annually onuses serious to apple, plum, peach and pear not to be without n bow if he plays a small sample of grain received from Siberia in 1014. The grnin is hard trees, the violin. and the Hour of excellent quality. About 1,000 bushel of wheat were produced in the Mntnnusku Valley in 11)21. One field of wheat nt the Ma tanuska Station yielded 40 bushels At the Itampnrt Stutlon per acre. the varieties of wheat developed from Siberian stock and most of the Two barley hyblrds nnd oat selections rlpenvJwhilc their parent plants did not fully mature, tanners in the Tanann Valley produced 3,000 bush-e- l of wheat, 2,000 bushels of oats, Crescent City Special and nearly 1,000 bushels of barley. New Orleans Limited Oats nnd barley, in addition to wheat, Lv. Lexington 10:30 P.M. 10:40 A.M. Ir. Lexington... nre being grown in very considerable 11 HO P.M. Lv. Danville tl :40 A.M. Lv. Dan Me quantities every year in tho interior 12:40 A.M. Lv. Somerset 12:50P.M. Lv. Somerset... valleys, from seed developed nt the 6:20 A.M. 0:20 P.M. Ar. Chattanooga Ar. Chattanooga, Itampnrt and Fairbanks station. 10:30 AM. .10:35 P.M. Ar. Birmingham Ar. Birmingham The aim of Alaskan agriculture i 10:00 P.M. Ar. New Orleans A.M. Ar. New Orleans, 1030 chiefly to Increase local food supplies. The main sources of income Pullman Sleeping Cars and Coaches for Alaska aro mining, fishing, and Serving All Meals Dining Cars timber. It has long been tho belief of those In charge of Alaskan experiFar tfcksts, staphs car reservation or otksr Infer maeten, apply ta ment station work that It Is entirely Ticket Agaot, or uMrets, possible to grow food In sufficient amount to supply those engaged In H. C KINO, District Pseeesger Agsnt. alt industrial occupation in the Ter-194 Nsrtn Lbnettwu Sir est, Lexington, Ky. I rltory. lime-sulph- er one-hales Early Sprng Sprayings Control San Joie Scale homemade "0 pounds of lime arc slacked in a large kettle to which 14 pounds of sulpher are added slowly and thoroughly stirred In with the mixture. Twenty gallons of water aro added to this and the entire mixture Moled for an hour after which It is strained through burlap to remove coarse particle. Knough hot water is added to mnko 40 gallons and tho spray is ready for application. Concentrated lime sulpher purchas. Oil on tho market I diluted about one part to ten of water for peach, plum nnd cherry trees and one nnd parts to ten of water for f apple nnd pear tree. lime-sulphu- r, In preparing Growing Wheat Successfully Near The Arctic Circle you remember "Do studying "Censar." Senior "Censnr seems like dream to me." Sophnmore "It seems like nightmnrc to me." "Which New England State has two capitals, Jack?" Jack: "New Hampshire." Miss Sexton:"Indeed, name them." Jack: "Capital N anil capital 11." Roger: "Father, what is the Board of Education?" Mr. Bourlnnd: "When I went to school it was n pine shingle." Walker looking thru Miss Sander's record book. Miss Sanders: "Walker, is that your book?" Walker: "No, mom." Miss Sanders: "Well, I think I would leave it alone." Walker: "But it' got my name in it." Mm. Noland teaching Kuth the note on the piano. Mm. Noland: "Now, Ruth, where Is W. O. MGNEV Office; Phone 18. & CO. Funeral Directors dtid Embalmers Resilience- Phone S."i. Lancaster, CARTERSVILLE Mrs. Clarn Wylie Is ome better nt this writing. Mr. Buren Bird and family have moved to Lowell. Rev. J. M. Key, of Mackvillc, Is visiting friends here. Little Gernldlne Carter, who hns been renl sick Is better. Little Eph Hulctte fell off a hone Friday and broke his arm. Miss Mollie Crocklcttc of X. C Is visiting Mm. John Calico. Mr. Ambrcy Carter made n strip to Lancaster Monday. busl-n- o Kentucky. Mm. Mnggic Wylie nnd Miss Myrtle Carter were shoppers in Berca Saturday. Mr. John Green who had the misfortune to break his leg last Sunday is doing nicely. Rev. T. W. Bccler filled his appointment at the M. E. church Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mm. Znck Hester, Mr. and Mm. John Collins were Sunday guests of Mr. nnd Mm. JefT Davis. Miss Perry Clark and Mr. EldeM were married in Lancaster last Monday. They will soon move to Illinois where they will make their future home. "D?" Ruth: "Hc' up town." It may bo possible to reform the danco in this country, provided we lint reform the danccn. Seed Test Still A Fac tor In Increased Corn Yields Although the past winter weather been favorable for the proper curing of seed com, germination tests of the seed before it is plant ed this spring will be ns important ns in former years in Incrensing the corn yields of Kentucky, soils nnd crops specialists of the College of Agriculture are pointing out to farm crs. This testing, which can bo done during February and March before the spring work begins, makes it possible for the corn grower to discard weak germinating and dead ears and thereby save, from three to four do! Inr for each dead car eliminated, the specialists say. No matter how well corn has been cured, a general test made by taking one or two kernels fro n represen tative number of the ears to be plant ed will prove good Insurance against thin stands caused by poor seed. If such tests are not practically per fect or do not show a high perecn-tag- o germination for tho entire lot of seed, the specialists are recom mending individual car tests tn dis cover those which have low germinating power or aro dead. Details of the "rag doll" method of testing, which is said to be one of the most simple and practical, can be obtained from county agents or b writing the Experiment StatlSh a Lexington, Ky, ha Southern tawSysTEM Through Trains Daily Birmingham New Orleans Recharge dsd Bepair al Bakes ?f Batteries, TOIW .d CONN The Central RefecTd, VKy. Thurtitey. ft 19, IML, Ik AN ANNUAL SALE OF For Men and Young Men Starting1 Friday, February 17th. " and Running for 10 Days values ever shown in Central Kentucky. This covers a lot of ground but we are prepared to meet this assertion by having everything as we have it advertised. No matter what your size or build may be we are prepared to the limit to fit you out properly. Our large stock includes 'stouts, slims, shorts, regulars and extra sizes. Come in and see for yourself. A FEW FACTS ABOUT THE SUITS: These Suits are all new merchandise, none carried over, included are tweeds, herringbones pin stripes, flannels fancy mixtures sport models for young men, good staple worsteds serges, pin checks, stripes and neat gray and brown mixtures for men. These garments are of all wool materials, the best of workmanship and we stand in back of each Suit. We Have Grouped The Suite Into Three Lot Our buyers have beei the busiest men in New York the last ten days and as a result of their activities we are able to offer you the moat wonderful clothing CLOTHING IoTlw naf aeaVfATnl Tob&cco L saaataaaal A uTOVBTS fsssujf Atgfg Th receiving plant ef tk Bnrlay Toham Grewen' Cooperative Ateoeiation .at LaneaMef wHI handle crp numbera MS TOS17IHCLVWVI. M rOK Til WIUC PARTING raMiTAitTaotii WATCH HIS PAPCK EACH WEEK FOR YOUR NUMBER. All those holding theee numbers mtsst pheite Lancaster No. 605 between the hewn of 8 A. M. an4 Ave P. M., for a DEFINITE DATE FOR DELIVERY DO NOT BRING tobacco before being-- give a DEFINITE DATE, as we cannot receive it unless yen have been given A DATE FOR DELIVERY. Brim your tobacco ON THE STICK. f ' WILEY TOMCCO fiMWEIS CMPEMUTE AtfOCIATION JOHN M. FARRA, Manager, Leaf Dept., 10119 Mrs. Wesley Simpson 1 ssuffering with a bad hand. Mrs. Cleo Ray Is with Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Snyder. Mrs. L. L. Matthew Is improving from a recent 111 cm. $17.75 $25.00 and $27.50 $22.75 $30.00 and $35.00 $28.50 940.00 and S45.00 I I II Value. Values Valwa ' Danville, Ky. mm NEW MEMBERS Added Ken-taelry I I i Since God m Mks Uiaita Wis- dem has seen fit to ram eve from our the economic prosperity of Kentucky depend upon the success of the tobacco grower. Every farmer la should be proud of the bank- on. of the State. "Members of the Association should not hypothecate their particiAssociation Mem-ber- g pation receipts, if they ca possibly avoid doing so. If they are forced Money to borrow money on these receipt from bankers, they should be very conservative in the amount which they request But If they really Frees Bank Ami That Vain. Mar have to have money, they should go to their local bank and consult them Be Three TiM AVaac. about it" BURLEY RECEIPTS NOT NEGOTIABLE to Chamber 0 Commerce Dlssa1 At Last Meethsg Panonneau Says That If Issnortaat Matters Need They Can Get It At the regulai meeting of the Chamber of Commerce last Friday evening the following directors were present: Salemna, daughter of William ind Mary Elizabeth Lasure, wa bent in Lancaster, Garrard county, Kentucky, Sept 5, 1833; departed thi life, Jan. 6, 1S22, aged 89 years, 4 month and one day. She was united In marriage to J. C. Hardin, March 16, 1858. .meat. chilFaasenneau said further To this union were born eight girl and one bey, six of in ease the grewen really need- dren, seven the Great Beed money and were compelled to whom preceded her to yond. borrow it they could obtain it from Sho leaves to mourn her loss, two their bankers, with whom arrange children yet living, W. O. Hardin and ment have been made for the grow--. Mrs. Minnie Gross, n to get money on their certificate. vicinity, twenty-fiv- e both of Hettick grandchildren Colonel Paatonneau said: grandchildren be "Jaquirias have come to the As- and twenty great sides a host of relatives and friends. sociation regarding the negotiability Sho profesesd hope in Christ In early held by partlelpetlen receipt of youth and united with the Christian Members of the Association. They church at Falrvlew, Ky., living a conare net negotiable. The Association stant Christian life until the end. re la not legally accept or recognize She was always ready and wiling to inlsrsimcat of these receipts. Per- lend a helping hand to those who son pueehlng them probably will She lived in Kentucky knew her. lose their lavestment. until the year 1906 when she moved have been ma&e "Arrangement to Illinois and for a short time lived wHo the banker of the Barley on a farm near Greenfield but for the however, whereby lea may be last few years has made her heme bee from shek local ebUtail by meat W. O. Hardin. ... . rcteipt. with her .son, , ea sheer partieipatl antral service were eenuciea Miintm wlH probably reeks from byf Rev, Roy March after which inthe AassoiaHsa en their tebaaeo at terment was made In Oakridge ceme. a mueh a the leaei three Jim tery at Grenfleld, I1L amoamtC uaek ftwt ad Mother's loving form has left us, waMse thto, and are, And our heart are sad and sere, to loan their eu But again we hope to met her tablnir tliilr When We' Journey here U o'er. la the Anal re Yes, w are lonely, darling mother, their tobaaeo. in s And yewr fae w long to sea. itk Wleell Hfc fce4e4asi And ome day a M Heave, bJbui flMaWaMsf1 Wa tnarathsr thirs ahaM be. Thee to slag the mam of Heaven T oar Lard and Saviour Kb I After hV battle mm vMaW And eeaeh ha loot las. mmm Asse-elaUen, Chief of the Felld Service Division Joseph Pmmmmi, of the Barley Tebeeeo Grower said that the participation receipt or certificate of the Barley Atseeiatien are jtot negotiable and that peculator who attempt to purchase them may low their invest- - Hardin 'ki etel di-tr- it. ba k L. G. Davidson? A. D. Joseph, W. A. Farnaa, C M. Thompson and-B. gwrnebroad. Also Chairman W. O. Goedlee, E. C. Gaines, publicity committee, Atty. Hayes, Rev. Hud- ion and Coy Sanders, etal. announced A. New membersshlp M. Bastln Co., Tomlinsbn and Hayes, Forest Stapp, I. W. Mantey, Coy Banders, Charlie Moere, Robt B. Megan, M. II. SteeabergenV Joe Priee and the Great Southern Reining Company. The Board of Directors decided to request the presence of ail members of th C. of C at County Judge Treadway! IflaBaM meeting In behalf Thi meeting is of "New Read." set for 2 P. M. Saturday, Feb. 18th., at the Court House. The Chamber of Commerce i In terested In getting a new Hotel, Bak ery and Photo Studio for Laueaater. The C of C. also hopes to give its residents an opportunity this sea son of scouring Ice at regular rate at all time Instead of the uncertain prleos, and unsatisfactory delivery. Mr. Rosa Bastln advised the Sec retary that a contract had been made with the Richmond lee Plant, cense queatiy it waa not anticipated that experience any Lancaster would shortage for 1922. If you as a resident of Garrard county are Interested in any of these teplea do not confine your discussion to the clrele about your store keepers' stove, but attend the Chamber of every Friday Commereo meeting night at 7:44. G. midst our dearly beloved brother In the Church and Sunday School Uavtil Kankin. we. the aseaahaM af the men's Bible CUaa at tka Krv. anUvllIe Methodist Church) deeply de- Mere his death and feel keanlv nur great loss as a true citizen, and loyal church member. Therefore, be it resolved: 1st That we bow la maek auk. mission to the will of our Heavenlv Father, and that we as a class desire to emulate hi noble eaansnlc and worthy character. 2nd. , That we "ex tend oar sincere sympathy to the bereaved family, and that a copy of these resolution be sent to the family and a eemr be printed in the Lancaster Record. Signed J. H. Edward S. Sunt Eliza M. Isen Teaehec. R. L. Rose, " R. L. Burton,, G. A. Bowling- C. C. Becker, W. II. Swepe Mr. Wm. Ray besght three shoat from Mr. Bally Ray, price fl6.0O. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Ray were re cent visiters of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Black. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Preston and James S. Ray were on Toor Ridge Saturday. Mr. and Mr. Wm. S. Ray and baby with Mr and Mr. spent the week-en- d S. N. Sanders. MUs Haiti Preston who has beea visiting Mr. and Mrs. Squire T. WhH. taker ha returned heme. Mrs Squire T. WhltUket and Mis Hasel Preston were guest of Mrs. Wm. S, Ray Wednesday evening. Sheerew Mr. and Mrs. Bally Ray entertain- M, s Mrs. Mahals Sherrew, age ed Sunday at dinner Mr. and Mrs, Pred Snyder, Mr. and Mr. Jens Ray, dTed at the home of her ibnatiasr, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Ray. A aVUght. Men. Millard Rogers, en the 7th., af- S tarsrvseal day (Haeea. Cut day was spent. She bad been a member, of th BaptM ehureh at thi pkc far mamr MT. HEBRON years; and had always lived In tnea C&lWlAaUs(4 tT Sfc VTftA teW1 lHifce JRaC The sick of thi community are IB children, sin of whom snrrive her convalescing. IMTrs W rte 3aHtftt(C RRcfB KeMtv Mb Nina Coulter t wHh her sis rHSf BRR MltJ XeiBel AfefTetWft C Ifc4l ter, Mrs. Marlon Montgomery. C plaea and Mr. J. K. Sherrew, Mrs. J. G. Marred 1 spending the NlchekarllW. Funeral serviee were week with home folk at Preacher. condaeied by Rev. I. W. Manly Wedvllle. nesday at 11 o'clock, interment Mrs. Harrison Dean I at the bed. lowing; In Mt. Hebron cemetery. la extended the, Id of her father, Mr. B. A. Duncan, Much sgaspathy bleMBaarf MI4 who Irvery I1L Mr. and' Mrs. Bmest Mentfmsry were with Mr. B. A. Dunean near BryanUvllle Friday. Rev. Gene Thompson of Maatkv bury preached two very in ten sting sermons at thht place Sunday, The play given at the eehool awH terlum Friday evening wa sjwty a surcest. About $S2 was realised. Misses Km ma and Kate HeHaelaW' spent the weekend with their sister, Mrs. Jonathan Rankin near Hubble. MIm Velma Tnempeon entertain ed at a birthday party Saturday ve nlng tc.elebrating her 13th. anniver sanr. About 20 were mesent and aM spent an enjoyable evening. Mr. Joseph Hick of thi plat ami Mrs. Mshat Fain, of NWheiesril!, were united in marriage last Wednesday. They were entertained at dinner at the home of hi sen, Mr. Thos Hick. They have the beet wishe of their many friends here. fk 111 - ll and Having- decided to move to Lancaster quit farming I will on CmnmHtee. rest and repose. Bald heads are due for Long-- skirt a season of will Saturday, February 18th, again be in vogue thi 3 In R Estate Of B. S .RubWAaMgiMd Notice Is undersigned, Ruble, will against said St., on the hereby given that the a assignee vef B. S. sit to receive claim estate at ten o'cleek A. 28th. day of February, 1922, in the office of the Bank of CounXy, BryantsvIHe, in Garrard Kentucky. AH powaas having ekhna against said estate will present them, preperV verified, at the above nam ed time and,. pUee. X. P. Brown, Alfaee of B. 8, Ruble. AT TEN O'CLOCK at the. Morris Long place on PoorRidge Pike, sell the follovnng personalty: One team of good work Horses; one goo4 Jersey Milk Cow; One nice Gilt; One Farm Was ?VmM'm. a ivj wit, Cal nt Ufaean Uamoaai ktvii ob u& if nsvit Afuiiuwi) Qnma Tlnui vxemu , i.J One Buggy and Harness; One Cutting Harrowt One Riding Cultivator; One good Tobivpeo and"-"- Hay Frame; One Sled; Land and Hillside Plows. ; One Corn Drill; Double and Single Shovel Plowed jP6and many implements and tools not raentioneel Willi here. One otf corn in Crib. 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