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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): March 9, 1922 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1922 cen1922030901_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): March 9, 1922 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1922 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE CENTRAL RECORD. THIRTY SKCOND YEAR LANCASTER, KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON, MARCH 9, 1922. NUMBER 48. esting to tax payors ns to how SUCCESSACHIEVED MUCH WORK HOMENURSING POOL VIOLATORS the revenues aro spent nnd whether wisely, efficiently and Burlcy Association Re- Many Taking Advan- Planned By Chamber FACING LAW SUITS economically. This, the gen(Kdltorlal.) tage Of Those pay Banksjn Full Burlcy Growers Who Of Commerce eral public, in this community, prcaltlintf JiuIrc will The clnlm more nt least, cannot Instructions Gnrrard Four Sold Leaf Under The regular weekly meeting of the call In acsalon the March term than a genernl knowledge. county of the Ave banks In Tobacco loaned the Hurley The classes In Home Nursing have Chnmbcr of Commerce, held Friday of the Circuit Court next Mon- The law directs that the Fiscal Growers' Coeperative Association apContracts day. The Instructions to the Court publish annually a finan- proximately (19,000, nnd have al- become of real interest to tho peo- evening, March 3rd, found all Direc ple of Lancaster nnd vicinity. The tors present, quite n few other mem- To Da Prosecuted One Uses. Wife's Grand Jury by the Court fre- cial statement showing to ready been repaid half of thin loan Hed Cross room hns been furnished bers nnd four guests, Including Name.. quently constitutes the most i- whom the money has been paid nnd now the announcement has been as n model sick room. A baby doll Messrs. Blanks, Duntap nnd Snooks that the bnlnnce Tobacnterests part, nt least to the that is collected In revenues. sent outthe next few days. will bo re of tho size nnd weight nf n new from the Hurley Prosecution o fgrowcrs who havo paid in born Infant hns been ordered and co Association. public, of the whole session. This tho Fiscal Court has failed sold tobacco belonging to the Burley It has been Intimated that the will Interesting discussion with A very become part of the clan room Association Growers' The violation of the liquor laws to do for nearly two years. $10,000,000 which the government equipment. Any part of n layette reference to Lancaster' possibilities nnd of warehousemen who havo al tho major part of loan the association may offered to constituted plant, resulted in securing n Tho Grand Jury might invesfor this mothcrles "infant" will bo lowed or Induced growers to sell such tho time as well ns the senti tigate ns to why this violation never be asked for, if nt nil, it will quite acceptable. in the unanimous decision of nil pres tobacco will be begun In n few days, be later In the season. This is proof ment, of tho Court's address at This is the first time n course has ent thnt President L. G. Davidson at Lincoln' of tho law by the Fiscal Court. conclusive of the success of the as- been offered to the women of Lan- once appoint n committee of five, to It wns announced headquartersof at the the recent term of tho tho conclusion of n meeting The Fiscal Court is making sociation, which n few doubters said this proposition. Circuit Court to his Grand plans, as wc are informed, to could "never be financed." From caster for instructions in the care, of take up Interesting communication Hoard of Directors. An tho home nnd the family. The time r, The field servico department, un Jury. The unusual, hut the sales already made the associoffer for sale nt some future ation was able to repay these loans, is past when women arc expected to from the Secretary nnd Treasurer of der the direction of Joseph Passon-ncavery appropriate hap-- 1 the Mountnln time at least $50,000.00 in within a month after it was borrow- assume these responsibilities with tho Cincinnati-Lookohas been investigating nllegcd peninKs during this atat?e of, bonds, only instinct ns their guide. Anyone Airline Highway Aw'n. contnined in cases of violation of contract ,and voted heretofore by the ed, when they had figured on ninety wishing to enroll should do so nt addition to other items the announce ad-- , the Court was an address in will present thu data to Aaron Snpiro people for the purpose of aid days ns the minimum. The success ment that ono thousand birds eye dition to the Court's instruc-- ) ing in the construction of n fed of the association is beyond the most once. The only expense is for the view mnpj of this route were being general counsel for the association. . ? text book, which is COcts. I. Ono ot tho first prosecutions, Mr. uuiihi-'- ' lion, oy one ui mu nAitlnniii eral highway across the county. sanguine expectations of the memThis course is available to any prepared nnd that n supply would Sapiro said, will be thnt of a promiorganization ministers of Stanford to mis That project, as Is well known, bers nnd friends of the group of ten or more women in any be furnished this organization. nent farmer In the central warehouse nnd proves beyond nil doubt that it part of tho county. Tho Secretary read n copy of n body, un?inK their duty in who sold a large crop of towent by the board, but the is equipped with the most efficient letter sent by him under date of diftrict,in the name of his wife. tho violation of this Court is considering substitut nnd capable officer, who have put it bacco The Red Cross Work March 2nd. to the Chnirmnn, Mill Other prosecutions nrc planned in branch of the law. tnry Affairs Committee of The ing its will and judgment for upon n financial basis that mnkes Its of For Mankind Never House, Washington, D. C, with refer other dUtricts.in where evidence asThe conditions in Lincoln that of the people who voted future success assured. illegal sale is the hands of the It is alo reported here that most just!-- , ence to the Muscles Shoals projecL County, wc may assume, this monuy for another pur- of the holdings of the association sociation. Stops This letter was the result of n decis ficd this stress and pointed du-- j pose. Itcforc that Court lakes hnve born sold ami that another disUnder the provisions of the conion from Chairman Sum Hasoldcn of stupendu-oumnnd on tho part of those' this step it would be wise, in- tribution of money to the growers Is When you consider theundertaken s thu Industrial Committee, In response tracts ,thc grower gives to the asbeen charged with the administra- deed, we think, for the Grand to be made men. This will be good nnd tasks that haveby the American to an urgent request from tho Mash sociation the right to get a decree accomplished of specific performance to force detion of law. Evidently, there Jury to investigate fully as to news to the growers, many of whom Red Cron nt home and abroad for a villc Chamber of Commerce. livery of all tobacco unsold, to get hnve sacrificed quite n little, to aid The Secretary wns requested by goncrntion past and when you know had been wholesale violations whether those who have had in tho success of the movement. liquidated dnmages of 5 cents n that this great organization is even the Directors to urge every business pound on all tobacco sold nnd to of the law aalnst the manu- charge of and arc presently in It is thought that by the end of now, four years after the war, carry in Lancaster to pcrsonclly write Di get Injunction ngnlnst the buyer to facturing, transportation, sale, control of the County Hond the present week that ing on its great work in the recon- vision Superintendent Morrison at prevent further purchases. nnd use of intoxicating liquors) Fund and the spending of it of the present crop will have been struction of the world, do you hesi Paris, recommending Mr. Coleman The prosecution of the warehouseIn that community or recent have proven themselves com delivered nnd that by the middle or tate in saying to yourself: Hnve I Lee, of London, Ky., for the posi men will be carried on probably ns Inst of next week the entire balance given enough? would tion of agent with the L. & N., at criminal cases under the provisions of date, or this attention potent nnd efficient in hand received. The Planters house on The Garrard County Chapter feels Lancaster. marketing not have been given to the dis- ling tho County's business and Stanford street wns closed last Satthe Bingham A of that com- the Grand Jury should make a urday nnd from now on to the end of the great need of funds to carry on lettershandsome name pinto in white law laying n penalty of $500.00 on turbed condition on n blue background, read' and we do not doubt that you will munity produced by this form frank statement nnd report to the season all the tobneco will be do your part. The campaign for ing "Lancaster" wns exhibited and the warehouseman for buying or permitting n sale where he had only. If so, which wc the people of its findings along received nt the Gnrrard houae of violation. membership is from March 24th. to all present unanimously voted that This was done to curtail the expense, March 31st. The headquarters will every member of the Chamber of knowledge thnt the grower was a assume it to be, the Court and this line. member of tho association. ns the crops could be handled much be at the Woman's Club in Lancas Commerce be requested to order n representative citizens very This provision is intended, accordpair of these tags for their auto. ing Complaint is made, and per- fatter and more economical nt the ter. to members of the association, properly showed the determi- haps justly so, latter houm. following assignments of If you want to help boost your to discourage the use of violence in The thnt the roads up. When Lex letter; Announcements from nation to break it speakers have been made to date, the town, please place your order at cases where angry neighbors might of the county hnve not been once with the Secretary for a pair resort to the Court sita Monday here he ditched, and that the Hoad Do ington this morning, pay that the sec- Union meting of the it. as occurred during the ond half of the loan of 5,000,000 churches will be announced later: of these handsome name plates at old pool. will have in mind doubtless partment of the county has had been sent to the bankVrs of the Itev. W A. Ramsey will speak nt n cost of seventy-fiva pair. cents Mr. Passonneau has had agents of some acute conditions, if there neglected its duty along this burlcy tobacco district. the Paint Lick Graded School, March Fifty pair have been ordered. Twen the Association at many of the open any, which need attention be members have already agreed sales floors to warn the warehouse20th., at 2:30 I'. M.; Manse School line, nnd, thereby much of the Thomas in this community, nnd it is March 22nd., nt 2:30 I. 31.; Wood, to take a set, and we believe every men U a member of the association road fund, is claimed by some, very proper that it Is through School March 24th, nt 2:30 P. member having an auto will come should try to violate a contract. Mrs. Elixabeth Thomas, of wasted by this failure. Lexington, died at Hurt home on 210 viewPresbyterian Church, I'aint Lick, across. M.; her Inquisitorial body known has been Most of the housing men, he said, that We think the Court could M. Wednesday eveParents had refused to buy or even allow as the Grand Jury that inves- afford to mention this fact to K. Second Stret last at 1:30 o'clock, March 2Gth nt 2:30 I. arc cordially ning, March 1st., of the school children Will Hopper To pooled tobacco on their floors, but tigations be made. From tho invited to attend the meetings at all the Jury in his instructions nnd after an illness of six weeks. had gone about seeking to observations wc have and the in turn the Grand Jury spend Leave Lancaster a fewsales for members of tho assoIlesldc her husband, Charles M. the schools. make come to us, there reports that dnughtcr, Louise, she is Rev. L. X. Thompson will speak We regret Indeed to announce the ciation. somo time in hearing evidence Thomas nnd are no conditions In Gnrrard and reporting its opinion nnd survived by her mother, Mrs. Lucy at tho Huenn Vista Consolidated fact that Will Hopper, who has scrv. The activities of James C. Stone, Hurt, ar.d five brothers, Samuel, School, March 20th., at 2:30 I. M.; ed so efficiently, capably and pleas president, In making sales ,anda of County at this time which conclusions to tho people thnt David, James, Thomas and William Urynntsville Consolidated School make it necessary for the they may know the real facts Hurt, of Lancaster, nnd two sisters, March 22nd., nt 2:30 I. M.; ML Heb antly, as assistant cashier of the Gar- Ralph M. Barker, director of waretoin for rard Hank Grand Jury to spend its whole This is about the only wny that Mrs. Anburn Yanhuss, of Ijincaiter, ron Consolidated School March 24th, the past ten and Trust Company that houses, werereceiving and redrying by years, has resigned unanimously approved bacco, partiMrs. Isaac Howling, of Lexing- at 2:30 V. M.; and Fork Baptist position nnd taken up his residence in the board, by a rising vote of contime in investigating this the can renlly get and church March 2Gth. cular form of law Infraction. nt the facts nnd know the ton. Danville, where he has ncccpted the fidence. M.S. Lancaster Graded School: Mr. bookkeepers place for the Danville Mr. Stone made full report on While there may be hero and whole truth. If those in chnrge years, Thomas at her death was 29 one month and 27 days old. John O. Reed, March 24th., Chapel Laundry and Pry Cleaning Company. finances, sales nnd receipts of tobacyonder a ense of Hale or trans- have, done reasonably well, let Funeral services wero held nt the hour. Mr. W. F. Miller March He is n fine young man nnd we take co. portation and even It may turn Friday morning nt 9:30 Chapel hour. it bo known. "As representatives of the grow-opleasure in commending him to the If they have residence.Rev. an Illicit still may be out that o'clock, Rogers, Paint Lick, good people of Danville. Rev. W. we aro proud of '.he things we done tho best thnt could be nting. Bural A. V. Fortune, oirici Paint Lick P.Consolidated took place in the fam School, found in operation, yet we feel dona under the ono of the directors said. circumstances ily lot in tho Manse cemetery. Gar .March 20th., nt 2:30 P. M. and Paint justified in saying thnt these "If it were not for the untiring and Renew Your those who have been in chargo rnrd County, Friday evening at 1:30 Lick Baptist church March 2Gth. skillful efforts of Mr. Barker and Mr. will be only occasional and Rev. E U. Bourland, Uuckcye Con The pall bearers were: Subscription Stone, however, I am afraid the recfre- should bo commended. On the o'clock. Isolated and not of such contrary, if high salaries have McClcllan Thomas, Isaac Howling, solldated School, March 21st., at 2:30 While hundreds have renewed their ord would not be so good. Wc aro quency or of doflnanco that James and Thomas Hurt, Auburn I'. M. subscriptions during the past few fortunate in having obtained officers our community, been paid to political favorites Vanhuss nnd John McKcc. greatly disturb Rev. Price, Buckeye Baptist church and incompetents and to thoso weeks, still there are many on our of such quality " March 19th. and the Grand Jury will soon neglectful Mr. Stone produced official figures and indifferent as to Hanna's "Lustro" Varnish colors Wm. F Miller, Herring School list who arc in arrears nnd will hnve dispose of this form of criminis tho very paint you aro looking for. to be dropped unless paid soon to show the average sales so far public duty and tho public has March 22nd, nt 2:30 P. M. Teat- ality. However, there are somo Can be used on floors, woodworks, During the ofthe clr would be several cents higher than suffered thereby, this informn chairs and furniture So HASY to ersvlllc School March 24th. at 2:30 cult court wccoming toterm many drop the average paid to growers outside. matters in which the Court hope see 1'. M. tton should be given to the put on. Conn Uros., could very properly and beneRev. I. W. Manley, ML Hebron into the Record office nnd have their Dog Tax Delinquents people. "Live and Let Live Folks." Six days, yes, even subscriptions moved up through 1022. Church March 19th. ficially direct the attention of twelvo days of the Grand Less than ten per cent of the dogs Rev. A. F. Dean, Hubble Methodist Don't dissapoint us. tho Grand Jury. This body of "The Sheik" listed by the Tax Commissioner lias church March 20th. payers and Jury's time could be profitably twelvo men are tax Rev. Price Tho greatest picturo been tax paid and up to this time no shown Elect President Smith, HyatUvillo nnd presumed spent, nnd more profitably In Lancaster will bo ever Romans Chapel March 19th. apparent effort has been made by any nt spent, along this line than any At n meeting of tho directors of to represent the best sentiment Opera House next Tuesday and the Xationnl Hank last Tuesday, one to collect this tax which is due, To Enlarge Houn' Wednesday. Tho greatest of Inw and order and good other we know of. John K. Stormcs, was unanimously Just and unpaid. The county tax commissioner reof the day. government in the community. Dog Rings At Fair elected President of tho bank to suc- ported 1 042 dogs listed for licenso The Arch Preserver Shoes for ceed Alex R. Dcnny deceased. Mr. Its powers are inquisitorial and Indies, shown by Jas. W. Smith is the Harrodsburg, Ky., Mar. 0 At n J. H. Posey was chiton as Vice Presi- nnd only 103 have paid tho fee and accusative. It cites violations wonder shoe of the age and is being Big Court Next Monday meeting of tho stockholders of the dent upon the promotion of Mr. secured tho license tags. Tho counTho March term of tho Gnrrard of law by report commends, worn by millions of women. ty court clerk reports that there is Mercer County Fair tho date for the Stormcs y Circuit Court begins here next $559.11 due sheep owners for sheep after Investigation, faithful exhibit was set for tho last week in for a three week's term. Tho killed by these worthless dogs, nnd July, performance of public duty, by E. lluford Van Host Sales New Auctioneer docket is the largest seen her in sevnot n cent in the treasury. The obpresident: Clcll Coleman, secreofficials and mny very proper Sanders Brothers nnd Amon, pro eral years. Mr. I. W. Manley is carrying in ject of the dog law was to tary, nnd L. M. VunArsdall, treasurly condemn any misfeasance or prlctor of tho Dixie Stock Farm sold er, wero Efforts will bo this issue an advertisement, announc- the farmer for sheep killed by dogs, Runaway on tho pnrt of during tho past wek, Ave nice Poland made to enlarge somo of the speci- ing his services as an auctioneer. but unless the officer whose duty it is any officer or set of officers. China Kilts to S. A. Hlil, of Iloylc and A horse attached to the buggy of alties that have made tho Mercer Mr. Manley teems to fit anywhere to collect this tux, gets busy, the Tax paying, which Is always a a nlco boar to Howard Logan of Wade Walker, slipped tho bridal fair famous tho hound dog rings, you put him' is proprietor of the sheep owners in Garrard county will whilo hitched nt tho postotflce and the Duroc hog futurity, Poland Lancaster Shoe Hospital, preaches bo losers by swral hundred dollars. burden, and is pointedly so re this county. ran to great Owingsvllle, Ky., Mch. 8th., The buggy tho public square, whero the China futurity and horse show rings. every Sunday nt ML Hebron; marcently, on account of the New Model Store collided with the auto of Milo In that couple about every other decline in values and stringen- Lyric Theatre, one of tho handtom Simpson, bending the fender Into a a This fair is uniquo event. it is ries a several years experience day purely community as The and has A visit to tho store of S. H. Estcs cy in money matters and high est in the city was destroyed by tire shapeless mass and tearing off one citizens own the grounds and all an auctioneer. on Stanford street soon convinces today. Whose next? It may be wheel of the buggy. taxes too hi. of serious concern. you. Insure The horso was officials serve without pay and every He is a live bird, never still a min- anyono of its neatness and sanitaat once with GAINKS. stopped before further damage was cent abovo expenses Is out back in ute and we are glad to recommend tion. Everything new and up to the Tho purchasing . power of (It) done. to the fair to make it bigger nnd bet his service. Give him a trial. minute. Ho has a nice meat market money has increased ter the next year. The first day is there and is especially interested in Easbrjr A Henry m 2)4 acres of Lebanon, Ky., Mch. 8th Fire an annual thereby decreasing values at Augusta, Ga., Mch. 8th.- - Tornado with handthe country trade. Give him a trial MMirW grouad raised 8,990 rb. of wiped out more than $00,000 of some prizes offered by the Mercer kills five, and destroys thousands of f, least but the assess-me- tobacco and he will treat you right. ikat brought on dollars worth of property. Northward valuation for taxes has 17 12 coat per pound. first payment property today. It may betho your Chamber of Commerce. This first time next. See GAINES, In bound. See GAINES for Tornado Tobacco Fertiliser for bed and tobeen reduced practically none, usod Cassal Brassl fertiliser, for salo surance Man. 41 nor cent Protein CoMm Seoel policy at once. bacco ground for sal. It pjt to This necessarily makes it inter by rtusWoa A Farsau. Moo) for sale. (It) Hudson ft Faraau. (1L) uso fertiliser. Hudson V Ferns u. A Work For The Grand Jury As-sociati- on er i how-ove- u, ut three-fourt- h e ty-fi- tax-paye- rs n, hnve-donc- ," house-keepe- rs I'ara-mou- nt Mon-na- 25-2- 8. Ars-da- ll, non-feasan- co one-hal- f, home-comin- one-hal- nt Th Central Rcord, Lancasttr, MOVEMENT Ky. Thursday. Mch 9. 1922 MERCHANTS BETTER CREAM RETAIL "BRED IN OLD KENTUCKY' A A TOBACCO Canvas m Going to Many Counties Of State to Hold Fourth Annual Convention After successful starts in tw counties, plans of creameries in Ken tuciy to buy cream on a quality basis instead of paying a flat rate for all grades are expected to be develop cd rapidly in other counties of th State, according to n report on the project, dreamery men In Mercer and Mason counties already are pay ing for cream on the basis of its qual ity while crenm etatlon operator in n number of other counties arc being Instructed in the grading of cream nnd notified to pay more for good quality products. The cream grading movement I the result of an increasing demand from manufacturers for a better grade of cream. In an effort to remedy the situation in its own local ity, one Louisville firm started n plan to pay eight cents more a pound for buttcrfat In sweet cream than is be ing pold for that in cream of aver age quality. So much low grade cteam has been marketed in Ken tucKy mat the markets arc over crowded with a low score butter for which there Is little demand and for which low price is paid. Suggestions to farmers on rccom mended dairy practices and the care of crenm before it is marketed arc being sent out by the Kentucky Ag ricultural Experiment Station in or dcr to help farmers meet the de mands for a better grade of cream. The producer who exercises reason able care to see that the flanks and udders of his cows arc cleaned nt milking time, that all buckets, cans nnd containers arc washed and scald ed before used .that his cream is cooled immediately nfter milking nnd kept cool, and who delivers his pro duct at least three times n week in wnrm weather and twice a week dur ing tho winter months will have little difficulty in producing n good grade of cream, the station dairymen say The best cream will be sweet or only slightly sour, will be smooth and from nil undesirable flavors and od- clean, have n clean taste and be free ors. Farmers can Improve their cream by studying their own condi tions and remedying those that con tribute toward tho production of low quality products, tho dairymen say, At a recent meeting of the Hoard n of Directors of the Retailers Kentucky, It was decided of to hold their fourth annual convenApril 6th. and tion In Louisville, Oth., U22, at which time matters of vital Importance to the merchants In general could be discussed. Invitations aro hereby extended to all merchant to be present and Join In the discussions and a very lively program. Is being planned. The annual election of officers and directors for tho ensuing year will also tnke place. It Is hoped that this convention will be one of the largest and best of Its kind ever held in this State and they want as many merchants as possible to attend. The officers of the association are: Kugcne J. Straus, Louisville, Presi dent; Granville L. Burton, Louis Dolph Wile vllle, 1st. II. H Lexington, 2nd. Rice, Hopklnsvlllc. Secretary: Hob crt J. Prick, Louisville, Treasurer Chni. A. Morris, Louisville, Kxccu tive Secretary. Asso-elatio- ULOOD WILL. TI2L.L. Replace your scrub and grade sires with trood purebred. Join the "Uetter Sire, Belter Stock" campaign. Wht about this trio of herd boars? champion. KING PILOT NO. 457,831, by the Pilot, "KENTUCKY RANGER," the world' tired by the largest it' your move. CATTLE In "KENTUCKY CHECKERS," CATTLE CATTLE We own more BLACK-CABLACK-CAP P boar in the world. black-ca- p 1 Best Grade 6cts. American Wire Fence, g Young stock either lex for sale at all times. Visitor always welcome. ROYALTY NO. 253,77 AND GARRARD NO. 283,601, "Herd Bull." than any herd Kentucky. I Dixie StockAMON,Farms. PROP. SANDERS BROS. & LANCASTER, KY. Vulcan and Oliver I Becker & Ballard BRYANTSVILLE, KENTUCKY. I i Hunt Oil Wills With Airplane. Alrplnnr nn being used In Kouth America to srnrrh for nil well In swnmpjr Jtmcl land; uhcro It bubble up the nil kill all wrrmindlng vrge-- t fit Ion, thus mating aerial observation easy. Cats ?,160 Yards of Macaroni. Two llnltnn once had a mnraront. entire content. In whlrh the winner Mown! nny 2,110 yards of the Muff. lclnc n quarter nf n mile- ahead of with reMs rival, who had to confe luctance- Umt he could rat no more. 8h Failed. Aiphilt mmm Early April Best Time To Seed Sweet Potatoes Sweet potatoes, one of the main crops in Kentucky, are best bedded for plants during tho first ten days in April, the most favorable date for bedldng being somewhat earlier in STARTS MUCH SICKNESS the eastern part of the State, accord A clogging mass of undigested food in gto A. J. Olney, horticulturist at that remains fermenting in the stom State produces about two million ach or intestines sends the poisons it The develops through the entire human the College of Agriculture. body. "Keep the bowels open." is one bushels of the crop each year. rule of health recognized by all schools Better plants usually arc obtained of medicine. Foley Cathartic Tablets by using a hot bed of some kind al- cleanse the bowels, sweeten the stomthough many plants arc grown with- ach and benefit the liver. For indigesout this aid. An eight to ten inch tion, biliousness, bad breath, bloating, constipation, no remedy is gis layer of horse manure covered with moreor Highly recommcnaea. no gripabout four or five inches of soil, pre- ing or nausea. ferably pure sand rather than garden Stormcs Drag Storo sol!, gives good results in the bed. On Planting healthy seed, that has Billions of Fish. North Sen fishermen handlepreviously been treated, in soil that As n result of a recent inspection nnd size, tour taken by Hart county farmers Ashen of nil sort is known to be free from black rot. ray to the tiny whiting, scurf and other sweet potatoe dis from the giantTti twin port of Yar- to feed lots of beef cattle men who every year. eases is the only method of controll- mouth nnd Lnwestnfr have nlone re- ore cooperating with the College of ing these, the suggestions point out. ceived P00.000 limine In otic season. Agriculture extension division in demonstrating the best methods of The seed may be treated easily by handling and feeding cattle, many of If Ha Old. placing it In a bag or basket and inun me i ncmc cuiiKi, sum mo the feeders in this section of the serting this into a woden tub or barrel containing a mixture of one ounce traveler, "we gu out In boats, nnd ! State discovered thnt they were feednothing lets than a fish Is ing about twice the amount of cot of corrosive sublimate or bichloride considered fport." "'Scuso mo." until d mercury and seven and one-hameal necessary, thereby Inof tho colonil man. "Yo' say yo' flsh f ah creasing their costs of gain about gallons of water. At the end of five "Why, ccrtnlnly w fishf or ten minutes the potatoes should be do." "Ain't yo sfcecrcd yo" might 25 per cent, according to J. S. Pull-ecounty agent. Some of them removed and rinsed off in a tub of catch oncl" were feeding as high as eight pounds water after which they should be Dead 8a and Mediterranean. spread out to dry- - The same soluof the meal a day to each steer when The old question or the origin of four pounds would have been sufficition can be used three times, four the extreme saltlne of the IVnd sea ent. ounces of tho corrosive sublimate be- has received n new imswer. It has ing enough to treat from six to ten been shown, after demonstrating that Twelve feeders accompanied by bushels of seed . Precautions arc the soli nnd rocks enn have furnished Way land Ithoads, beef cattle specinecessary in handling this material but n fraction of the rjmintlty of salt alist from the college, made the trip l mat has collected In tlu sea to eight farms where the practical as it is deadly poison. Disease, free soil can be secured basin, thnt the inoit Important source points of the various feeding methfor the plant bed from a field that of supply of this salt U ntinosphertc ods were pointed out to them. frma "l0 has not grown tweet potatoes for Is This .. . i iv vAnri viua. tllUk UIV thought. Is confirmed by view.factIt thnt I 0 J il u known to be infected with the dis- itlio ratio of chlorine to hromliie In Replace) Scrub Willi Purebred. eases arc not safe places in which to I ttio Dead sea Is tin- - minif im In the Plans of interested farmers, liveplant the crop for from four to slslletllterranean. Wnt.hli'g"ti Slnr. stock breeders and the extension division of tho College of Agriculture to eliminate scrub breeding, animals from Wayne county were given a boost here recently with the sale of 11 purebred sires to farmers of the county in an nuctlon promoted by the Wayne Qounty Cattle Ilrveding Tho animals, which Association. were sold at prices "not exceeding Just received a good assortment of Ladles, $100, will be used to grade up the Misses and Childrens herds of their owners. Believing that such sales arc a practical way In which to rid the Ready-to-we- ar county of Inferior beef animals, local livestock breeders and Interested PRICED TO SAVE YOU MONEY. farmers will promote another one next year, according to a report. Tho sale held here will be followed by others In different parts of the State, according to Wayland Rhoads, Made to measure. 300 samples to select from beef cattle specialist of the college. years. After the roots have been treated, they may be cut in two lengthwise and placed In the bed with the cut side down in such n manner that they In filling up the are not touching. hot bed it is best to place two or three inches of soil on the manure, then bed the roots and cover them with about two inches of soil. d types of small, round, radishes arc best to plant early In the spring. Scarlet Globe and French Hreakfast arc good varieties. olive-shape- Amcrtcnn nsphalt jKirrmrnts consist chiefly of en ml and putter-Inslimestone. The niplmlt Itself serve merely ns n binder to hold the other tnntrrlnM together. In Kiirope nsphalt pavements nrt gvnrrnllr maK of nsphnlttc limestone, or "rock asphalt." Since they mature quickest and consisting naturally of llminlono can stand more cold weather, the mixed with nsphnlt ) Pvemnt. Seasonal Tips For Gardeners returned from the Horn to the Orphans' of the rVeMe-Mlndhome, n the doctor's examination had proved her inrrrly "subnormal." Hnld Mnmte to Anna In a burst of and gossip? "Jam was sent nwny to I an Idiot, hut she couldn't pns nnd had In come back." liar- Janlc mb conn-drnee White Queen onion sets usually can be put into the field about March 20th. Frequent, shallow cultivation will bu necessnry slnco onions arc easily choked by weeds that rob soil of the moisture which is necessary for good onions. Parsley Is one of the best plants to help make food look Its best when served. A ten foot row planted dur ing the latter part of March will fur nish sufficient garnishing for the av erage family. Parsley seeds are slow growing, requiring about ten days to two weeks in which to come through the soil. Moss Curled is said to be the best variety. Eclipse, Crosby's Egyptian and De troit Dark Red are good varieties of beets, the seed of which can be sown after the middle of March. Since the seed is slow maturing, it is best to mark the row by sowing a few radish seeds in it o that the soil crust can be broken to help the young plants through. The plants should be thinned when they arc about two Inches high to a distance of three or four inches high to a distance of three or four inches apart. Duroc Bred Sow Sale TUESDAY, MARCH 14th. 1 g McKee Eros. Versailles, Kentucky. Hart Cattle Feeders Get Pointers Intcrurbnn Stop 50 Write for Catalogue. vJ Tour - 10.000.-000,0- d lf ton-see- d n, Ltt Us Listen. How, Indttd. Outside the Oalcty theater In TenLet u llten nnlr to the eiperlrnc don there l s large pnMer! "Madnme that urces it nn: It I always higher Maria KonsnrsofT. WorM famous Op- thsn Ittflt nhlch throws or keep u eratic Diva." A countryman, having back. StnitrrlliH-come alone tln Strand, Mood capln; ld. at this pnMrr "l.umiin '" ln Prebibty Sticks, at That. "Noxr, how tfifi iImII doe jrou woman To HTmlt thorough cleaning n winsing full o' water J" her month iMteiited that slides up dow b nnd down, swing Ixirk mxl forth LI rtt i to Bi Remtmbtrtd. n a pivot In Its renter and In the cours of their development opens sldcttnv on hinge. Since all vegetables make rapid all creature have fitted to growth which requires large amounts their surroiindlnes. Library of th Lords. Man Is mlsptrd The library of the lum4 nf lord of moisture, much of the garden's to tho world he lives In. Its priKies success depends upon frequent, shal ordinarily give him satisfaction, liven contnlni nlwnit fif.(l vol nr. , nd ut In a luxiltuxi snlto tlior nn' low cultivation to conserve soil mois- nhert they bring fniMrntlnn and ! Th library u particularfneel with no- of ture and keep down weed, garden bility the fact tuny fk and of soul, and with courage, ly rich tn hWtf'ml specialists at the College of Agricul- through thn spiritual resource nt hi niiit lrrlilr "lie nf the finest ture say. collection of lur 'n lndon. command. Kiclmnjo. r ly Mir-ro- rn "i IH-m- A TAfcYV Bar, THil atj''M'f"l'n h'lail 6Ko Arl OfttLCKE Poerl CftMWNLY V P V Wayne Farmers MlAlNC AWAY WITH IT. I Special torment 8 Hats Pruned Grape Vines Give Heavier Yield Prunlnir crane vine helps to keep them within the desired bounds as growth of ell as encouragu the more fruit and larger bunches and berries, rctommendatlon being made by horticulturists at the College of Agriculture point out. It is desirable to prune as soon as possible before the vine begin to bled heavily although It Is a recognized fact that blcding does not prove particularly harmful. While grajio pruning may bo considered, it Is wcl lto remember that no fruit 1 grown except on shoots on last year's coming from bud growth, the specialist say. Growers who are not following a definite system for training their vines will do well to pruno them back to two buds which will mean that about three-fourtof the past season's growth will be cut away. Any grower who I following" one of the seven or eight systems of training his vines can get specific directions for hi particular ono by writing the Experiment Station at Lexington, Ky. i I Every Ounce of Power Needed So does other work such as heavy haulinK or plow, inn. But you can t get the most work from your mules and horses unless they arc fed right. What is it worth to you to have your horses ormulcs in the "pink of condition. Their skins will bo glossy, their eves nriahr anil rhov'll m,l erect and firm. You get the extra power you need for heavy work. Thousands of teamsters ath4 farmers everywhere have found that Purina feed actually puts horses in just such condition described to haul heavier loads, and it &M0LEHU costs no more to feed. Call up today and learn more about this specially prepared feed. Lots of people you knew are using feed. nc Trimmed and MENS ALL WOOL SUITS $25.00 Sup- Traaks, Suit Cases, Club Bags, School plies, Candies, Frults,',GrocerIes, Gar-de- a Seed. All priced right. Your patronage solicited. Sanders Variety Store. New Location- - Lexington Street TMCY HIT THE SPOT D. McMlllen, Volunteer Fireman's Home, Hudson,- - N. Y., writes: "Foley Kidney Pills are like a stream of water played on a fire by firemen. They hit the spot, put out the fire and drown the pain." Foley Kidney Pill relieve rheumatic pahu, backack. sore muscle and other symptom of kidaty and Madder trovUt. Stormes Drug Stor COMINGCar Load or BLUE GEM COAL. Faone ate aow. Defore election a candidate tells what he will do. After election he tells what he can't do. If defeated ho tells what he would have done. There's always something to tclL For Sale by BECKER 1 BALLARD, Bryantivillt, Ky The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Mch 9 1922. PARIS ON PARADE ' Louisville's Second Annual Style Show To Be A Great Event MARCH closing hour. Not only will ' number ef professional artist be Imported for the occasion, but thtre will be many local feature participated In by many of Louisville's club and society women. PANAMA Welcomes Kentuckians Dr. John G. South And 3ltl. TO APRIL 8th. Louisville's Style Show Association It making preparation for the most elaborate style event ever held weft of New York City. Last year the "Atlantic City" how, which was staged at the big Armory, attracted people from all over Kentucky and Southern Indiana, and those exploit ink' the 1022 ihow, which will bo known at "Paris on Parade," predict more than 100,000 visitor at the Armory from March 3 lit. to April 8th., when the big event will take place. Facilities for handling the vat crowd which are expected will be greatly enlarged and improved upon. The stage this year will be In the center of the armory with runway, where fifty professional model from Now York and Chicago will promenade In the fashionable apparel from I.ouliville'a leading hopi, extending from the four corner. Seat will be upplied for 0,500 people at each performance. The I'ariilan Idea will be carried out in each of the eighty-fiv- e ihop of the exhibitor. Kach will represent a shop In Pari. Even the policemen, as .well a the avenue facing each little French shop, will take on a French aspect. Aside from the style feature of the how, there will be other feature of unusual Interest which will be an nounced later, There will be a complete change of program dally. In fact there will not be a dull moment from the time the big doors at the Armory are swung open until the Mr. South Cordially R.c.IvmI At lithmus. The following Is taken from the In a special attached to the mid day train, Dr. John South, new American Minister Plenipotentiary to the Republic of Panama, reached the city with Mr. South and her moth er, Mr. V. O. Ilradley, who came to the Isthmus with him on the itcamer Pastorcs. They registered nt the Hotel Central. The Hon William Jennings Price, Minister at present United Stale herej John Charles Kerr, United States District Judgo for the Canal Zone; Magistrate J. V. l!ackbum and Credc Haiklns Calhoun, Chief of the Division of Civil Affairs, all of whom went over to Colon early morning to receive the new Minister and his family, accompanied him across the Isthmus in the special car attached to the train. At the Panama Railroad station Colonel Kurque Icaza Fabrega, Ado de Camp to President Ilelisa rio Por ras; Colonel A. II. Lamb, Inspector General of the National Police force, and many other prominent Panamanian Government officials awaited the arrival on the one o'clock train. Dr. Kuseblo A. Morales, Minister of Finance and Treasury of the Republic, who alio returned on the Pastorrs after a special mission to Washington and financial negotiation In New yes-terd- Star and Herald, of Panama: after rep resenting Panama at the Mexican centennial, did not come over to Panama City on the seme train as did Dr. South, Dr. Morale came over on the 7 o'clock train last night. It was a glorious mid season morning when the United Fruit Company' steamer, Pastore entered the break water shortly after 10 o'clock yesterday. The Pastorcs was late. The voyage down from New York with the call at Havana was a pleasant one, but at times stormy and when the hugj white ocean greyhound came gracefully into Pier Fight it found n large and distinguished crowd ready to welcome to Panama the new repNorth resentative of the great American Republic. Crcde II. Calhoun, representing Governor Jay J Morow was the first man to step up the gangplank and formally welcome Dr. South to the Canal Zone, nnd when the distinguished diplomat came down to the pier he was greted by the present American Minister, the Hon. William Jennings Price, Don Ruben S. Arlca, Governor of Colon, Judge Charles Kerr of the Canal Zona District Court and Judge James Illackburn, of the Ilalboa Magistrate Court, the last two old friends of the new Minister from old Kentucky. "I am glad to met you, Mr. Price," were the first words Dr. South said In reply to the Minister' cordial welcome a they both shook hands. Presentation followed and all were charmed with Mrs. South, who, with her mother Mrs. Helen Ilradley, and Donald Roger, the new Secretary of the Legation wero in turn presented to the many Canal and Panama officials present on the quay. Among the many present at the lock to welcome the new Minister were Dr. J. D. Dreher, the United States Consul to Colon, Deputy Ino- York In behalf of Panama cenclo Gllando, Commander F. V. McNalr, U. 8. N., Captain of the port t Chrittobal, Colonel H. C. Fisher, chief health officer, and Dr. D. P. Currey, his assistant, J. A. Mitchell, chief customs Inspector and shipping commissioner and W. J. Rlsscll, of the Panama railroad, who, finding the Pastores would arive after 4 o'clock soon brought down to the docks the drawing room coach, Republican de Panama," and attached it to the 11 o'clock train, which wa held over for the convenience of the new Minister and his party. Hut everybody was down nt the docks, there being It. D. Walker, the receiving and forwarding agent, Captain Calloway, the chief of police nnd practically every canal official of this ldc. Th Belts. Way. And for our part tliero are time when we would rather face the nuslc than psy the fiddler Dallns New. W W ksT WW Tlssjsj Its Here THE T 1 Wall Paper Season We nre supplied with n NICE NEW STOCK nnd we enn also show sample books from THREE DIFFERENT MANUFACTURERS. PRICES ARE MUCH LOWER. Let us show you. CARTERSVILLE Mr. J. D. Carter and two daughters, Kcv. T. W. Belter and Rev. Dohon. English Mothtrt Supsritltloua. Mr. nnd Mrs. Walker Ilryant arc In rural Kngland a rhlld born on a Friday Is believed to tiff unlucky, unless the proud parents of a baby boy. GUNN3 CHAPEL a spoonful of salt is tied up In hla Mrs. Clara Wyllc wa the guest of christening gown, Mrs. Lizzie Carter Saturday night. Mr. Jesso McCullcy has been In Mrs. Mollic Hoop has returned Lexington. So.' Stems g Mis Mary Lee Kurtz wa at home No matter what ele you mny say from Herea where she has been Saturday and Sunday. her daughter. about the telephone compnnjj It always ha a Inrci- - upply of hTOGer Mr. I.lllic Anderson, of Mt. VerMr. Harvey Teater wa a guest of you don't want on linnil. non, ha been visiting friends at this Mrs. Talton May, Monday. place for the past week. Moth er Buttarnyf Mr. James R. Amon has been sufThe sale of Mr. Dill Lnwion Sat fering from a severe cold. There are certain simple Indication by which ono con tell a moth from a urday was qulto a tuccess, everything Rev. Iniko filled his appointment butterfly. Tlio antennae (feelers) of selling very high. Mr. Lawson and tho butterfly usually terminate In a family arc going to move to Indiana. here Saturday night and Sunday. knot, wlillo tho antennne of a moth Mr. Hubert May, who has been Mr. D. M. Carter and two daughtaper to a point. When a moth rests threatened with pneumonia Js better. It keeps Its wine tn a horizontal posi- ters and Sheriff Ilobinson, of LanMrs. Llge Hurt and Miss Allene tion, while a butterfly places Its wings caster motored to Cartcrsvillo Suntogether In a perpendicular position. day and wcro the pleasant guests of Hurt spent tho day with Mrs. Geo. Mr. and Mrs. A. It. Carter. Hall and Mis Edna Hall. Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Roop entertainMr. W. B. Ray pcnt the week-en- d ed as their dinner guest Sunday, Mr. with Dr. and Mr. Prcntis Walker and Mrs. Mclvln Stinett, Mr. and and daughters, In Lancaster. vial-tin- It was brousht lo tht America. country by tho negro slnves. Tlie Idea originated In India. History of the Bsnjo. England obtained the banjo from AlcRoberts Drug Store Built to Last! Light-Si- x BUY- STOCK IN THE Lancaster Building & Loan Ass'n AND HELP YOUR TOWN Ufend by Licuter 4 Girrtri Ctwty Ckafctr f Cmmctcc 0 K'd BY COMMITTEE FROM LANCASTER BANKS Bet! way $1750 f.m.k. Fmttory SEDAN Your satisfaction with a Sedan depends largely upon construction you'll never see. Since you can't see it, you want to be all the more certain what's there. And the chances are you'll buy from the manufacturer in whom you have the greatest confidence. Studebaker's reputation for fine coach work was established in your grandfather's time. Sedan body is built This LIGHT-SIcomplete in Studebaker plants and is as good as the chassis. It will last, without rattles or squeaks, as longas the chassis and that's longer than the average life of many other cars. There's nothing flimsy about X this body. It has a sturtjy frame-wor- k of selected ash, the best lumber for the purpose that can be bought. Eight stout ash pillars, running from floor to roof, insure permanent strength and rigidity which means freedom from body rattles. The joints of the steel panels of the outer surface are perfectly welded. Doors are hung with great precision open freely and close with a sound of finality. Windows open without binding, yet are so firmly set that they are rattle-prooAnd unless you choose a Sedan with the quietness and flexibility of the LIGHT-SImotor you will be disappointed. f. X Earned 6 ! 1- -2 pay for HOME. Ct L,at PerkretiBNt fir Year. SURPLUS FUNK Best Wm. S. HOPPER, Sec't Tm. J. E. ROBINSON, President t UGHT-SIX MODELS AND PRICES SPECIAL-SIBIG-SI- 112 W.B, 40 HP. 104S 1375 17SO fMW.US' W.B Chassis Touring SO 11. P. Chassis Touring Coup 126' W.B, 60 H.P. 91S0O Tearing Car. RotdsUr Coupe-Roadst- Chassis 87S f 104S 91200 f .) SUa Past.) (2 Roadsttr RotdsUr S.dr Coup 1475 1425 1475 21SO Sdaa 2700 1785 2500 2350 Cardwell DANVILLE, & Arnold KENTUCKY. R. W. Sanders and Mr. and Mrs. Otto Simpson on Wednesday and Robt. Long, Jr., is in Akron, Ohio, Thursday. for a few days. JUDSON Mr. W. E. Whlttaker li In Cincinnati for a few days. The ilck of this community are A small child of Mr. Coins wai improving. buried here last Monday. Mrs. W. S. Adams sold a cow to Rhoda Broadus, who has been HI Mr. Austin Black for $60. with pneumonia is improving. Mr. Felix Lane and on were guests Rev. Price was a guest of Mr. and Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. James FosMrs. Jess Hill Saturday and Sunday. ter. Mr .and Mrs. Smiley Hill, of Mr. and Mrs. Claud Bolton wero Frankfort nre visiting relatives here. week-en- d guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sim Ray. Messrs. T. 0. Hill and T. C. wree In Richmond first of the Miss Agnes Ray and Owsley Ray week. were guests Monday night of Virginia Ray. Miss Carrie Hoover, of Nicholas ville, ha been visiting Mrs. Tilden Mr. and Mrs. OUle Graham were Hoover. visitors Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Dr. nnd Mr. J. E. Edwards and Graham. daughter, attended church here Mr. Stanley Foster wa a geust Sunday. Thursday night of Mr. and Mrs. MarMiss Sadio Ralston spent the week- shall Raybum. end with Miss Mary Brown, near Mr. Leonard Naylor was with his Lancaster. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Naylor Mr. Dave Long nnd family spent Wednesday night. Friday with Mr. and Mr. John Hill at Mrs. Nannie Ray entertained at Point Ltavcll. dinner Sunday Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Mr. Mulfilnger and daughter, of Black and little daughter and Mr. Paris, visited Mr. nnd Mr. Neal Car J. W. Dailcy and sons. ter the firt of the week. To be successful you have only to Mr. and Mr. Loub Noel, of near Nlcholasville, visited Mr. and Mr. go out and achieve success. BUCKEYE i SAVE MONEY WHEN YOUNG ENJOY IT IN AFTER LIFE Young men who would enter tho dccllno of llfo In com fortablo circumstances should begin to save now. Tho approved modern mcthoi of saving U a savings in the homo bank. This bank invites young men nnd young women to join its family of savings depositor. One dollar opens a savins account, and any sum may be deposited thereafter. nt THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. S. C DENNY, CmskUr. IS IS A STUDEBAKER YEAR Capital $50,000. Honor Roll Bank Surplus $50,000. Th Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thuraday Men 9, 1922 Auctioneering best service possible. YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED REAL ESTATE A SPECIALTY My experience in this line of work ermbles me to jjivc you the LIVC STOCK MORGAN IS DESIRABLE HORSE Steady IncrstM In Weight and Height of Animals Maintained at Qov. eminent Stud. I. Phene 265. W. MANLEY LANCASTER, KY. bone. irrpr4 tr th i'iiih suit rrtim" an of the 9,142 We confrefttiont. helped last year to the greatest growth FrcsbyteriMltm ha ever had. There were 122.2J1 accessions on confession of faith and $47,036,000 contributed to btnevolencei and congregational I expenses larger thin ever but r still with a low per capita. Read "Freabyterjan Fagots.' a leaflet inued by the new bra Move Let's all be la formed rreriiyteriani. Kent The rHansi alectr4a rttlHtallM and matt Tf Imrmutt Fres-byterl- Ohm is o ImLWtiLE . lifting, penetrating his knee to the lie was lame for several days Mr. Ed Clark hni recovered after from the accident. ten days Illness. Notwithstanding the disagreeable Mr. Will Watklns and ion were weather there were about 30 who at'fructta of Mr. R. S. Clark Sunday. tended the I). Y. r. U. Social Thurs. Dr. II. S. Doolln, of Somerset, wa day evening. It was thoroughly ena visitor of Mr. W. T. Doolln, for n joyed by all those present. Refreshments and mint were served. few daya lait week. Mr. Ray Mobcrly who was sudden There will be no "Thomases" In ly stricken with pneumonia, It much regard to the ability of 'some' farm writing. Improved at this women to coin money when they Mr. E. T. Thompson filled an ap- sold 1,073 doxen egg and in Feb-J- . pointment for the church at Preach- Rice: Last year, 1021, Mrs. Rice rsville Sunday a wek ago. sold 1,073 dozen eggs and on FebMr. Raymond Doolln, of Borca Col- ruary of this year sold 272 dozen lege, spent Sunday with his friends, eggs, bringing $82.21; 1C turkeys sold In 1921 brought $08.15. Can Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Doolln. Misses Deane Hunter and Annie you beat it? This report docs not Blanks, went to Eubank last week Include the "big check" from the creamery. c will be glad to hear to visit relatives of Miss Hunter. from some other farm woman, who Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Rankin and chilcan slip "one over" her husband In dren and Mrs. T. C. Rankin icpnt a financial way. Thursday with Mr. W. T. Doolln and family. The trirl who never looks In a class MARKSBURY MEW HERE'S A BARGAIN In Fine Clothe tailored hy the Scotch Woolen Mills. Maide-to-Ord- er There has been n steady Increase In the wrlghts nnd heights of the horse maintained tn the stud at the United State Morgan horse farm nt Middle-burVt, say n recent department circular No. IPO, "llrecdlng Morgan Home nt the United .State Morgan Horse Farm." In 1011 the average height of mature stallions was 14.3 hands nnd of inn tun nmrrs 14.2)4 hands. Ily 101(1 these flgurea had teen raised to IS nnd UA, respectively, and by this year to 1.V4 and 14.3H. The average weight of mature stallion In 1011 was UC3 pounds; In 1010, 1.040 pounds; and In 1021 It hail been Increased to 1,200. During tho sntuo period the weights of mimn went from 1,025 to 1,011) to 1.UK1 pounds. At the same time, however, the oth er qualities received Just ns much consideration na slie. A frequent objection raised against the Morgan has been that It Is too small, but the steady Improvement tn scale and weight i making the modern Morgan a handy and deslrnlJe horse for u on farms, as pleasure saddle horses, for police mounts, und for cavalry purposes. It has good speed and exceptional endurance. The government farm at Mlddle-bur-y wa established to Insure prescr-Tnltn- n BEFORE YOU BUY A TOBACCO SETTER. WE of the famous American breed, nnd the stock nt the farm Is a foun HAVE THE AGENCY FOR GARRARD COUNTY. talntiead where good blood will always be available. The circular Just mentioned contains Information concerning foundation animals, the story of the movement to conserve the BRYANTSVILLE, KY. breed, metliols of breeding and management, show-rinrecords and the records made by Morgans In endurance contests held In recent years. Illness of her mother, Mrs. K. II. BRYANTSVILLE Since the early day of the breed up Elder. tn the present time the Morgan ha .Mrs. C. M, Dean has been on the Mrs. Rusoell P. Ilrown nnd daughrepeatedly demonstrated his endurguest of ance, one of the mot desirable quali- sick list. ter, Reka, were week-en- d ties In any horse, particularly a light Mr. M. O. Kennedy has been on her mother, Mrs. S. D. Cochran, of horse. In this publication attention I Lancaster. the sick list. called to the great reputation made by MIm Thressa Woods, Mr. II. C. Ruble was In Nicholas-vill- e of Asbury College, Wllmore, spent the week-enSaturday on business. Mr. W. It. Cunningham was in as truest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Woods. Lexington Thursday on business. Mr, and Mrs. Noah Marsee, Jr., Mr. Ilussell I'. Drown spent severMiss Martha Curtis and Mr. Paul al daya last week in Louisville. Sutton attended the movies in LexMr. Mrs. W. T. Arnold THEY'RE ALL ONE PRICE Made To YOU WANT TO SEE The hay hook slipped from a bale is fortunate. She can believe all of of hay, which Mr. W. T. Doolin was the bunk that Is handed to her. Order e Suit $25 Any Any Full Suit $29.50. Two-Piec- $25 The Nisco W. O. RIGNEY W. B. D1CKERS0N These are the swcllcst goods ve have seen in a long time rich exclusive designs in NOAH MARSEE, JR. W. 0. RIGNEY & CO. Residence Phone 3.). the most beautiful colors. Exclusive DtaUr for g i Funeral Directors and Embalmers Office Fhonfe 18. Lancaster, Kentucky. d COYS. SANDERS PPJPJP84IBiriejft PUBLIC SALE Th Thursday, March 1 6th, 922 1 Morgan Stallion Scotland, Weight Pounds; Height 15 Hands 2 Inch, Is Good Specimen of the Modern, Larger Morgan. 1,150 At 9:30 A. M. Sharp. and Danville pike. This pjace will be sold in two tracts. TRACT No. 1. Contains about 78 acres with all improvements. TRACT No .2 Contains about BO acres. This is one of the most beautiful and productive farms in Jessamine county. It is ideally located being only one mile from the court house in the thriving city of Nicholnsvillc nnd thirteen miles from Lexington. The improvements consist of n Inrge two story frame residence in first class repair, lighted with Delco electric lights; there is also one fine stock barn, lighted with same system; also a brand new eight acre tobacco "bnrn, one of thu best built ones in the county. This land is well watered with springs, pools and creek. Most of the land is in blue grass, clover and timothy nnd ready to plow. The fencing is first class. Anyone wishing a desirable location with land to back it up might look the country over nnd fail to find just what we are offering. This is a rare opportunity so be sure and attend the sale and be the last bidder. We would suggest that knockers and folks suffering with indigestion or liver trouble will stay at homo or hunt a doctor. We want boosters and buyers to attend this sale. At the snme time and place we will sell the following personnl property, towit: Twenty high grade dairy cows; one two year old Poll Angus Bull, one team of Percheron mares, six and seven years old; one tobacco setter; one cutting harrow; one double disc cutting harrow; two cultivators; one Avery two horse riding plow; two Vulcan Turning plows; two double shovel plows? one tobneco plow; one two horse wngon; one fodder wagon and frame; one hay frame; three sets of good wagon harness; lot of plow gear, hay corn and barley; two hundred brown Leghorn hens; one cream separator; some household and kitchen furniture nnd other things too numerous to mention. TERMS Liberal and will be mnde known on day of sale. 9 the First Vermont cnvnlry In the Civil war. This regiment was mounted on Morgan horses, and official report made to the War department stated that tho horse stood the hardship of the cnmpalgn better than any other. Also, their short, strong leg, round, bodies, nnd beuutiful heads called forth universal admiration. The Morgan still ha the endurance. Castor, u Morgan guiding bred by the United State Morgan horse fnrni, made the second liest time In thu ;u mile endurance contest In 1010. lie curried 200 iHiund i)d mnde tile trip In SI hour and IS minute. The next yenr he curried 215 pound and finished In M hour and 40 minute, taking sctentli place. In the contest for 1021 he was fourth out of 17 entrle. currying 215 iiounds nnd limiting tho 300 mill In SI hours nnd 3H minute. This circular, which Is well Illustrated with halftone reproduction of beautiful Morgans, inny be obtained freo by addressing the Department of Agriculture, Washington. We will sell at public auction on the premises for Otis Blakcman, his farm containing 128 acres, located one mile south of Nicholnsvillc, on the Nicholas-vill- e and and children have been on the sick list. Mr. IE. K. Swope, of Aberdeen, Miss., spent several days last week with his family. Mrs. Lizzie Mullins, of Lexington, spent several daya last week with Mrs. Nannie Mullins. Mr. Jennie Ruble, of Danville, spent last week with her son, Mr. II. C. Ruble and Mrs. Ruble. LHUo Miss Christine Dean, of NIcholnavIlcl ha been the guest of her anunt, Mrs. Newton Gosney, Jr. Mr. and Mr. Ben Swope, of Lancaster, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Arnold Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Hulett and children were guest Sunday of Mrs. Ilelle McKcchnle of Marcellus. MIm Mnyme Lee Uallard was the guest a few days last week of Miss Margurite Woolfolk, of Lexington. Mr. J. Hogan Italian! was called to Nlcholatville last Thursday by the ington Tuesday evening. .Miss Kllza M. I son entertained at dinner last Sunday the folKwin; guests: Mr. and Mrs. W. It .Cunningham, Mrs. Ilelle Tomlinson and Mis Margaret Robinson. The remains of Mrs. Lon Graham were brought hero Saturday from Indianapolis, Ind., where Interment took place In Mt. Olivet Cemetery. Sunday. The sympathy of the community arc extended to the bereaved ones. If John 0. hangs onto life much longer he will be measuring hi wraith by his years. Oklahoma, Jealous of Hollywood, now announces a girl preacher. We are improving. The first of the month is a gentle reminder that where there Is a law of supply there is also one of DRAFT CAUSE OF PNEUMONIA Just as Essential to Have Hog House Wall Ventilated a to Avoid Closing Tight, Drnfty ling house nro frequently tho ran to of pneumonia but It Is Just a essential to keep hog houe well ventilated n It l to avoid closing the botiMt up tight. If the bog tire abut up In a warm building whera they lacomn too warm nnd then subjected to cold drafts, they are very likely to con tract pneumonia. I. M. DUNN DANVILLE, Real Estate Brokers and Auctioneer ft COMPANY KENTUCKY. HEAR Cattle. rsttlu lo not finish unite n well n those strjetly dry.fed. Adding corn to the sllajte produce a better finished nnlmnl, that usually brings a better price, and It also results In bettefNPilns on hog that follow the cattle. SlUge-Fe- d Sllage-fed KOeduuipBepakslsTiB CONN and CONN Ox Several noted Auctioneers will assist in the conduct of this Sale. THEM. The ox warble causes a loss of In this country, due to spoil, age of hide, lessened flow of milk sad slow gala ta beef cattle. It la always time to swat the ox warble. Wrl Lea Big. f Th Central Racord, Lancaster. Ky. Thursday, Mch 9 1922. FROST FACTORS FOR POTATOES IN STORE Jftrrlflfl SENATOR J. S. HASEtyDEN JOE ALDRIDGE and Romh Htntfinfl Gmtry IntreaM Injury. Tutors Free Mere Quickly Whm pttti te Rapidly Falling Tamper tvr Than Slow One Ba Care ful In Moving. (Tree.- K Greseent Hill Farm r I AarlteHare.) trnm.r.t Ult4 flatM Jarring and rough handling when at a low temperature greatly Increase the by freezing, to potato daman to Investigations made by the United Mate Department or Agriculture. It wn aim) found that potntne freeze more quickly when exposed to a tepidly diminishing temperature than when the temperature diminishes itowly. Then) are two general classes potatoes those fro ten of solid and subject to collapso Immediately m thawing and those that ahow evidence of Injury only on I I of cut friwt-lnjurrd HAMPSHIRES HASELDEN (ft, ALDRIDGE WILL HOLD THEIR SECOND ANNUAL SALE OF PURE BRED wrote Hanford Mac own baaine-as,- " Nlder, Legion commander, answering a magazine artielo entitled "Rome Heads the American Legion." Mr. MacNider said religion it of no con sideratton In Legion membership. Armed with fence pickets, doughstaged a bloodless bullty fight In the Jersey City stockyards to raise funds for the American Leg-Io- n The nimble matadors had to Jump tho fence on several occasions. Disabled emergency officers of the World War would be retired on an equal bnsls with regular army officers by the terms of the Oursum bill, sponsored by the American Legion. The bill has already passed the Senate. Arrested for a minor offense, Gordon Scybqld, Onedla, N. V., man, says State troopers swung him up by his wrists and pummeled him to get a confession. The American Legion has engaged counsel to probe the charge. open. Kmet Injury terai to be tho reault of actual Ice formation within the po tato tUiuc. It wii found that where tho temperature of the storage place waa reduced gradually It could be carried to several degree below freezing point before actual freezing took place, and thnt It waa posxlbltt gradually to warm, the potato and restore them to normal without their suffering The actual freezing io!nt of i"; tstcx-- s wm filed at from 2 to 3H degree? below the freezing point of wa- HAMPSHIRES Saturday, March 18th, Rheumatism Relief Nfjara's --2- 5c. ( M TaMete ), it MIb4m TkMluaat WlwTrta geeeeilL. ,, M'a awset WIMMwt at. ter. The effect of Jarring upon under cooled potato U consldcrd extremely Important to grower and rhlppt'r, ultico under tome rlrcuiiutancea It would bo entirely vosalble thnt 1st of potatoea. or even other product, might bo uudercooled considerably the freezing (mint and recapp In Jury If they reinnlned undUturbed until their temperuturv uui a bote the freezing lnt. FIND USE FOR WAR BRIDGES Steel Structurta Made for Duty France Now Otlng Placed In National Forests. In 60 Head sow. Head 60 rWthmnt steel bridge. eally and ready for Inetant Uc, which were constructed during the war m In r"ranct have Iwen turned over by the War department to the liurvutl of public road. l'nltel State tnent of Agriculture, nnd now are enda duty on ing profitable irace-tlm-e In the national where to apnli stream In conthey are nection with roada built by the tmn-died fr roi1-way- for-nt- utl lit-rra- u arena. Tlie section Here built In two sizes, Inche long. Inlen.led one 17 feet for the end of the bridge; the other 11 feet 3 Inchea lung and designed tor y combining Intermediate acctlnna. the two kinds, bridge varying from S3 to 1)1 feet long ran be built. The height of the truatea la 3 feet 11 Inchea ami the bridge) when erected liare a roadway 11 feet wide. Along with the brtdgea there have keen turned over tn tlie department In foret i Most of these gilts and sows are sired by our herd boar, TIPTON'S MODEL, No. 104831, he by TIPTON'S STANDARD, No. 69429, dam GOLDEN GIRL, No. 137620 and bred to SILVER LAD, No. 113691, he by HOOSIER BOY, No. 84451 and dam FANCY MAID, No. 59120. We have just recently purchased this boar and is a good individual, carrying the greatest concentration of those blood lines which make our herd. We will have in this sale several late fall gilts. Come and bring your boy and buy one or more of these gilts, for him. THE BEST SHIP THAT CAN COME IN FROM SEA IS OWNERSHIP. One of the quickest and best ways that a boy can accumulate money and property of value is by owning a good Hampshire brood is immuned with serum and virus and should be immuned from hog cholera. This sale will be held one mile South of Lancaster, on the Stanford road, There are three vital process of human existence the dictation ot food, the extraction of nourlihmtnt (mm It and the elimination of wun. I'oor digestion and aaalmtlatlon mean failure to derive full nourlth-mefrom food nnd that In turn ofttn means Impoverished blood, weakness, anemia, etc. I'oor elimination mean an accumulation of waste matter which polaon the bodjr, lower vitality, decrease the power of realatance to dlea and lead to the development of many serioua IU. lUicumatlam due to some Interference with the proceas of elimination, failure to get rid ot certain body !olKna cannot be expected to yield to nnr medicine that fall to correct the condition responalbla for It. Could any reasonable person eipect to rid hlmaelf of rheumatic pain a lone a rheumatlo poison is allowed to remain In the body? Think of this. It explain the auc ceaa of Nature's fttmed (Nil Tablets) o many cajea where other In medicine liavo failed. Thousanda are using Nil Tablet every day and getting- relief. Why pay fire or ten time as much for uncertain thlnot A tie bos of Nature's Remedy (Nil Tablets), containing enough to last twenty-tir- o day must nelp you, muat give you prompt relief and benefit or coat you nothing. Remedy la not only for Nature' the relief ot rheumatlim. It Improve direction, tone the liver, reg ulate kidney and bowel action. Improve the blood and cleanse the syatem. You've tried the expenalve raeclclne and doctors, now make the real teat. You'll set reaulta thla Urn. , Juit try It. Nature' Remedy (Nil Tablet) la aold, guaranteed and recwmnMDdod by your druggist. nl MtKOBEKTS DRUG STORK. We will also have for sale some nice feeding shoats. Every hog in this sale great quantities of other material. Including motortrucks and automobile! for um In road construction. The bulk of the material tim twen distributed by the department to the varlou state, to many of which It has been the means of preventing otherwlae Inevitable deterlorntlon of their ronda during the period of high prices. PLANS FOR ICE HARVESTING Lack Of Sprays Lower Fruit Yields To Pecks Failure of farmers to check the ravages of insect pests by spraying at tho proper time of the year is one of the several main causes for the low average production of peach and apple trees in Kentucky, according to experienced fruit men. The latest census reports the average production of bearing apple trees as slightly more than one and pecks and that of bearing peach trees as a little more than one peck. San Jose scale and peach leaf curl are the particular pests demanding atten tlon at this time o fthe year, to the fruit men. According to the latest census, Kentucky had 3,472,030 apple trees of bearing age that produced only 1,. 280,549 bushels of fruit while her 1,071,044 peach trees of bearing age yielded 459,081 bushels of fruit. While several other conditions, such as soil and climatic ones, contributed toward. reducing the average yield of each apple tree in the State to a little more than 1.30 pecks and that of each peach treo to 1.1 pecks, destruction by insect is the particular problem that should receive attention, now in remedying the situation, the fruit men say. Apple trees should be sprayed with a dormant spray of commercial lime sulpher using one part of the material to eight or ten of water in order to control San Joso scale, according to orchardists at the Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station. Since it is important that this pest be controlled before the leaves begin to appear, it Is essential that the spray be applied as soon M weather conditions permit. Spraying peach trees with d lime sulphur composed of 15 pounds of lime, 16 pounds of sulphur and 60 gallons of water controls both the San Jose scale and peach leaf curl, according to the station men. In order to help farmers of the State with their spraying problem this spring, the station, which is located at Lexington, Is sending out spray schedulea and directions for mixing spray to those who requet them. one-four- th self-boll-e- the Crescent Hill Farm, beginning at 1:30 O'CLOCK. at Senator J. S. Hascldcn Auctioneer. HASELDEN & ALDRIDGE Farm Supply Can Often Be Oath-re- d and 8tored at Light Expense Oat Icehouse Plan. time to plan for harvesting It and storing the coming crop of lex. The farm Ice supply can often be gathered and stored at light expanse. Those who have the time and means to build a house with Insulated walla should write the Ofltce of Publications, University Karro. St. I'aul, for blueprint No. 171, price 10 cent, showcapacity Iceing plana for a house. Is 10-to- In announcing this brood bow sale we feel that wo are in our readjusting period. There has never been a time during our readjusting period but what the Hampshire brood sow was doing her part. We have just passed the fourth wave of Hampshire supremacy. At the International Livestock show at Chicago, where for four years in succession Hampshire hogs have won grand Championship over nil breed in the car load lots. This alone should be proof positive of the great feeding value of the ANNOUNCEMENT Hampshire hog. There has never been a better time to buy Hampshire sows than now. We are not selling under any extreme prices. We arc selling Hampshire hogs that any farmer can a fiord to buy and make a nice profit, raising for the market alone. We trust thnt wo may have the pleasure of meeting you on sale, day. Yours Respectfully, HASELDEN & ALDRIDGE. FRUITS SAFE FOR CHILDREN membership was 108,000 more than on March 4, 1921. New members Adjusted compensation won a de- have Joined at the rate of 0,000 a cided victory In the nationwide refer- day since Jan. 1st. These figures endum conducted by the U. S. Cham- have been given out from Legion, 4,110 chambers headquarters to refute the statement ber of Commerce voting favorable, 2,057 voting-- against that the organization Is losing mem bcrs because of its stand on adjusted the measure. "From the U. S. Chamber's point compensation. of view," said John Thomas Taylor, The American Legion has won tho vice chairman of the American Leg- first suit in its hl.tory. brought to ion's legislative committee, "the re- defend its name. Judgment by deferendum waa a flat failure, for that fault and damages were awarded the body represents tho most highly or Legion against Francis II. Shoemakganixed opposition to the bonus. Dy er, alleged radical worker, for statetrying to separato the cash feature ments ma do In a speech last Decemfrom the moro productive provisions ber. Shoemaker was quoted as sayof tho bill, and by other means, it ing that the Legion Is "subidixed by has dono everything In Its power to big interests" and "opposed to orInfluence Its constitutent members ganized labor." against the bill. In spite of this fact, Before sunset of the first day, the vote showa almost 2 to 1 favor, 600,000 daises were sold In tho able. "The Legion despises unfair dis- American Legion's "Daisy Day" drive criminationcash and the other fea throughout Massachusetts for funds turn cannot be separated as the U. to help unemployed S. Chamber separated them In Its Four daisee brought f 125. referendum." Charging that the bonus is attackOn March 4th, American Legion ed "not by those who fought' 'but Whether Sklna Are Qlven Dspenda en Age and Health of Child and How Prepared. Fruit Juices nnd the pulp of cooked fruit, baked npplea nnd pears, nnd stewed prunes atv safest for children. Whether the skins aro given depends portly on the ago nnd health of the child and partly on the way the fruit Is prepared. If the aklna are very tender, they are not likely to cause trouble. When apple and pear ure linked tho sklna run b made tender by frequent basting. American Legion Newt Of MEREST!" Use 1 left-ove- HOUSEWIFE coffin r lu place ot sour milk. e e la e spice cakes e Serve sflce4 crabtppl) er pickled peaches with veal loaf. e e e freeas far wtfitar M km the cold pack method. Wheel cautahaf e reeaa. alee ewaaer cvrUUu far Ue llvta Tfcta cotton georgette erepa aaakaa , "by those who profited," the Ameri- I Repudiating tho stand against ad-- I can Legion at Marion, O., home of Justed compensation taken by the President Harding, has appealed to U. S. Chamber of Commerce, the Chi Congress to look at the facts "in the cago commerce board went on record in support of the bill, following a vis-- It light of pure reason," to Chicago of Hanford MacNIdcr, Tho "It will be blowcd up!" police at Centralis, Wash., received commander of the American Legion, this treat against the erection of the man on the beach American Legion memorial building, I Tho to be dedicated to men shot down by at WaikikI needs a bonus as much alleged I. W. W. members, in 1919. as his buddy in this country- - according to the Honolulu Chamber of ComTo attend an American Legion ini- merce which has passed a resolution tiation, an Oregon rancher trekked indorsing the American Legion' five35 miles 18 of them on snowshoes. fold adjusted compensation bill. Making expense by selling chewWounds received In France did not 1 walk check his determination to "arrive." ing gum, an ign from Chicago to Los Angeles to A member of the American Legion get a Job promised him there. "It's or its Auxiliary will sit on every 1,500 miles, but Jobs are scarce," he school board in Iowa, if plans of the says. Legion's Americanism department in that state carry. The longest wireless jump ever made at sea was recorded when the Cash payments ran fourth In a re- steamer, American Legion, enuring ferendum on adjusted compensation Butnoa Aires, picked up a message taken by the Elgin, Neb., post of the from a ship off Honolulu, 7,000 miles American Legion In Ave townships. distant. Bozeman, Mont, there were no At votes for the cash option. "How a man worships Cod Is Ms ; - The Central Record, Lancastti, Ky.. Thursday Mch 9, 922 1 EASY? Lancaster School Notes. Protram The Freshman claw rare n very Interesting program In Chapel Tuesday morning. First was a chorui, "Tuck me to sleep," then a poem read by Roses Kthel llrntton, and the program ended with n sons by the class, "QuesMoit nny man can be an editor. tions." All the editor hnj to da is to ill lit IT TASTES BETTER IF IT IS FREE FROM Hev. W. K. Ulx gave n splendid a desk six days In the week, four IMPURITIES. talk In Chapel last Wednesday morn week in the month, and twelve In Kvcry months In tho year and edit mch tulT ing on "Uniecn Forces" FREE FROM IMPURITIES IS THE POLICY OF Day Life." It was Instructive, both ns thli: AND THIS STORE. morally and mentally nnd was Knl "Mr. Jones, of Cactus Creek, let ly enjoyed by all the students. dip last week and cut a JUST A WORD TO YOU: L. II. 8. about once A mlxhlevous Mr. Ulx vlilU herself In the pantry u month, and his presenro and also We want to sell you your GROCERIES nnd othlad of Plkcton threw n itone and cut enjoyed. er foodstuffs. Mr. Plko In the alley last Tuevlay. his talks nre" always greatly very Joe Doc climbed on the roof of his Althourh he has not been here Wo will NOT reduce the quality of our goods ad house last week looking for n leak, long, he has won the respect and "bargain" prices. in order to make miration of all the puvil. and fell, striking himself on the bark porch. While Harod Green was es- It's up in old Kentucky, Rut if reduced prices on the highest standard corting MIsji Violet Wise from the Where they, ntver have the blues, of goods appeals to you wo invite you to give our church social last Saturday night a Where the Captain kills the Colonel, store a trial, if not already a customer. (lavage dog attacked them nnd lilt And the Colonel kills tho blues, We are speaking to your common sense and SPECIAL PRICE ON WIRE FENCE. Mr. Green on the public square. Ike Where the horses, they are pretty, good judgment. Trimmer, of Kunnlng Creek, was And the women they aru too, WHAT GETS THE BARGAINS. playing with a cat Friday when it Where thev shoot n man for nastime. Mr. When there is nothing cite to do. scratched him on thu veranda Frang, while harnessing a young colt Where the blood It Hows like water, last Saturday, had the misfortune to nd the bullctTt1y like hall, v FRESH FISH AND OYSTERS be kicked near his corn crib." Where the pocket has n pistol, Meade County Messenger. And every boat n sail. Where they always have tho Jury, Tnnlac makes people strong, sturdy And they never have the man, Live "Live nd well by toning up the vital or- - Where you call a man a liar, Changes! I How gnns. stormcs' iirug More iu Then go home if you can. DC IE 3 IE The young fellow wh me I to! Fr ends of Mrs. John Dudderar will Where you go out in the morning, shine his own shoes and havo his be. sorry to learn of her passing away. Just to give your health a chance, BEREA And they bring you back at night mother cut his hair and come to She died last Wednesday morning for each separate murder by Wj The town nnd smoke two cigars for a of tuberculosis. She was Oft years. fall, taking his life on the install-,- 1 nickel, now pays a dime for n shine, of age. With buckshots in your pants. Year, $1.50 Issued Weekly. ment plan, by the lopping off She was a member of the MethodJohn Welch representing Hcrea Where the pwls are afraid to holler, SO cents for a hair cut and shave, and Payable In Advaaco. ist shurch and had been a good of a leg today, nnd an arm to- College, won the annual intercolle And the birds don't dare to sing, smokes tow cigars for twenty-fiv- e J. E. ROBINSON. Editor, Christian since early childhood. She cent. morrow, and so on until each Klnte oratoricnl contest In Danville For It's touj;h in old Kentucky, a. L .ELKIN, Local Editor and Mgr. leaves to mourn her loss, beside her aveng- last Saturday evening. His subject Where they shoot'em on the wing. of his victims hnd been husband, four daughters, Mrs. Jamos was, "The New Conscience." Dangerous As N. Live and Laugh. Entered at the Post Office in Lan- ed nnd had properly repented I'anmn Carrolten, III., Mrs. Chus. Leonard Fielder, of the University Hilly Sunday hits the movies hard, Mall A man walked up to S. D. Cochran caster, Ky., as Second-Clas- s of his crimes? Napier, of Hamilton, Ohio, Mrs. N. of Kentucky, who spoke on "Tho lie McQuerry. of Iowa, and Miss Ode Matter. said, "Young man, what position according to a news dispatch. They did not. They guil- Debt of the Dead," was awarded sec- and you hold "The movie industry will blow Dudderar, who is do in the HrynnUvillc at home. ond honors, with Nolan Carter of lotined him quite neatly up if they all don't clean house. Forntn Ad.M1i.inf RpfMUlha Hank?" Funeral service were held at her THE AMERICAN PRESS ASSOCIATION chopped his head off at one Georgetown College, placed Isthird. S. D "I am the Teller, Sir." The bad feature is that tU the stars, Tho Carter's subject was "There ' sweep. Man "What ij the nature of your and not the dubs, who are getting it largo crowd being present. She East." Lancaster, Ky., March 9, 1922 The woman game Is in bad. One punishment for many was taken to lneaster and placed Cyrus Collins, of Centre, had for posltlonT" S. I). "I tell the dirt to get in dangerous a TNT. No one ever in U murders. vault, until Tuesday whan his theme "The Paslng of War;" played it and get away with it. front of the broom." It seems weak in proportion Richard Cummtngs representing Kenhe wai laid to rest in the ftoshlen Rati For Political Announcements. lilt id alain m atii mm I' A ai ft spoke on A new Jeke writen by Samuel El For Precinct and City 0fflees..5.00 to his crimes, yet civilization tucky Wcslcyan College, than pien gas. The devil kisi?!i Our dartta mwtiser, now has loft tH. "Peace," and Allon Huber, whoso liott: 10.00 says it must be so. For County Offices eeutdn't pet Adam te bite until he We ahall see Democracy," rep her hero on earth ho "Paul, why were you Teacher subject was "Our For State and District Offices. .15.00 baited his hook with a woman. And If a child is trained to take resenting Transylvania College. more , .10 later' For Calls, per line they've been nibbling ever since." - Hut we Paul "The beH rasg before I got httfe te msst her. .10 a pride in cleaning nnd beautiThe Judges were Mayor Huston, For Cards, per line On that happy gelden shore- For all publications In the interfying the home lawn and of Louisville; Professor George T. here." In U. S. est of individuals or expresgrounds, that child, grown to Hagsdale and Professor William F. Too True. Manna which fell from the skies The Angets have taken her Louisville. per The Ilradbury, also of sion of individual views, songs. last year near Jerusalem, has been Away frem suffering pain, 10 maturity, will have a beauti- Judges were out only five minutes In I cannot sing the old .old line I well recall; received in the U. S. by the DepartHut we hope to meet her. making their decision. Strothcr Though their is words .05 ful home of its own. Obituaries, per line sing ment of Commerce. It was nt by On the other shore again. If it is allowed to "grow up Ilynes. Centre student, presided at I cannot cannotthe old, old song, sing at all. 'Cause I the Syrian Illshop of Jerusalem. with weeds" there will be an the contest. Professor W. H. Mike-sel- l, Propositions sub- Fan-well-! The manna is a grayish-whit- e mother, farewell! English of the Depatrment of overplus of weeds in its adult I. GfVcn a rotten potato to stance which fell during the night How we levod you no one can tell, of the University of Kentucky, was Only a few weeks have life. prove it is a beehive. like dew and was gathered by placing Hut well follow in your fooUteps, present. elapsed since the Roma Two every day facts worth Proof (a) A rotten potato a sheets under trees from which it was Farewell." shaken when the riling sun had dried and snuffed out the lives daily consideration. Why drag around feeling half sick spectator (spedked later.) beholder, It on the leaves. It is supposed to (b) A spectator a It may be trae that the long skirt nnd no account nil tho time when of many brave men. Yet the be the same substance that fell for hat arrived, but in many Instances It you can get Tanlac? is practically forgotincident Side It. (c) A bee holder is n bee's hive, the Israelites in the wilderness. is still waiting to e announced. Stormes' Drug Store. ten. because it holds bees.) you have occasion to When Therefore, a rotten potato 1 a bee We use the word "incident" speak of this town, what is the Income hive Q E D. purposely. burden of your remarks? reTo avoid penalty, income-ta- x A piece of ruled pa- II. Given which affects our pock-etbooThat Some complnint, or griev turns must be in the hands of col- " or our pleasure is vital, ance, perhaps. '" lectors of internal revenue on or nnd is remembered. fore midnight, March 15, 1922. The good things of our com- (Inclined). is Every taxable return must be ac per ink lined Most everything else i3 Inci mimltv llfn vr inkn na n mutter (b) An incline is a slope up.j dental, including the Roma and! f curso. Wo feel that thev companied by n payment of at least (slow pup.) Ex of the total tax due. h (c) A alow pun is a lazy dog, I its ill fated victims . nre coming to us. We can see tensions of time for filing returns aro n piece of ruled paper is (11. therefore Italy - ........ Inn.! The government paid .11. ...... . .. reaso for comment. We UIIUHUU I UIU III LAkL'I'LIUllUI aiy s' jnes, absence, etc. Applications fort8 a large sum for the leaky oldaro mum. Ll- gas bag, when we should bo, But wuen nnvthimr noes extensions under these circumstance 'Ceorio Watbinilon And Modern Times." building our own dirigibles nnd wrong our first inclination is should be addressed to the collector "My goodness! What n long rest if internal revenue for tho district keeping our own people em to blow up. Somebody is to In which the taxpayer lives. No cx- - I've hod!" exclaimed the notions hero ployed, blame. Somebody needs ai tension beyond thirty day can be as he walked into a room at hts home granted by a collector. Requests for In Mt. Vernon and teuted himself That it was defective at the Komj cussing, further extensions must be addressed before a roaring fire. Why, every-- 1 appears And somebody gets cussed time of its purchnso We now have our spring line of new BUGGIES to tho Commissioner of Internal Itc- - thing seems turned nround. In fact known, yet Italy perhaps. to havo been . ... n n i. i on display at our store. . We absolutely have sethc whole world has changed. "Hey! Having let off steam, we are got the money and wo got c What nre these bright lighu hanging cured the ncwost thing, and tho la tost stylos and the bag, and the widows nnd ready for the next round, nnd timt thc pcnnuy u n fine of not more from tho celling? Oh, .Martha! than 1,000, plus 25 per cent of tho Come here, and tell me what all this orphans of the victims got left. become quite human again. models in buggies for the coming soason. means. The beautiful music and evBut let's tnkc a now tact tell tax due. But that as usual, is inciduo or so dilTercnt." tho other side next. It is far For failure to pay tax whenthrough erything nothing, George, only people dental. Why of to those with for understanding is atho tax What we want to impress more pleasant penalty of ncgllgcnco there have waked up and made new Inven upon the minds of the people whom we speak. per cent of the tax, plus interest at tions. Don't you think the electric 1 per cent a month until paid. For lights aro wonderful? And shall I is the fact that we should not STYLES aro tho I'm you? things that wc Notes making a false or fraudulent return play the piano for Do play "Yes me."-buy abroad tho Church for penalty is a fine of not more than anxious to hear it. the should be making in this coun Sunday, March 12th., preaching in 10,000, or not exceeding one year's Martha Washington sat down to BUGGIES aro tho BEST. try. o ciock oy me ,m Uonment( or bolh, together with the piano and began playing some the mornlns- at eleven itev. u. i uonon, lhe cogt of prosecution and an ad Jatx music. "Well this is thu limit," We have the money, wo rresuung service. The proof of the BUGGY is in the BUYING and have thc materials that go in- followed by thc Sacramental meeting ditional assessment of CO per cent of tjld Georg-- . "Oh, Martha I I hear This Is the third Quarterly 'Yes, that's our a bell rlnglns.' not in the prico you pay". r to construction, we havo the for thc year, let every member of the thu amount of tax paid. phone," I must answer." When she mnn power, nnd somewhero we church bu present If possible and One of the most noteworthy feaCome in and give us an opportunity to show came back, she expluined about the Is havo tho brains necessary to mko this tho best meeting of thc tures in connection with Tanlac you Gcorgu and told him telephone to s the large number of men and women that she wus Just listening to some nnd put them to year. reported an astonishingly election talk Tomorow Is election Do not forget that the first week who have use. proper Educa- rapid increaso in weight at n result week April is pay-u- p line of BUGGIES. We've been crawling long In and the fourth weekfor pay-u- p of its use. Stormes Drug Store It day. George and I do hope Cox will is tion be elected, but Coolidge will evidentenough. Let's lenrn to week for the Centenary. Kemember ly win, because since thu negro wothe General Conference meets in May of man has a right to vote, they of House of and it is very Important that we havo course would voto for none but a We, the bereaved family of of these pledges In Sometimes wo nre inclined three-fourtDunn wish to thank tho many republican nnd then the miners will to the belief that civilized hand. nnd kind- all vote that way. attended friends for their sympathy countries are too humane in The services were well not there, ness shown us during tho illness and "Well who under tho sun are all you were last Sunday. their methods of punishing why not? GodIf will not accept a death, also the pastors for their con- these people you are talking about?" Tell me I Tell met And Is soling words, the choir and tho K. of criminals. flimsy excuse, so why should your electbn day? Yes, and Cox Lodge for their brotherly love. Loyalty and fatthfulnew P. Landrau, France's modern church? president of the Is running for In visions of the dark night, Bluebeard, was convicted of counts with God. THE WINCHESTER STORE We have dreamed of Joy departed, democratic party and Harding Is for murdering a dozen or so of his Rlc Bran is tha richest and best Hut a wakening of life and night, the republicans I'll tell you tho rest tomorrow. It is late now. Hath left us broken hearted. wives. feed for bogs and costs Us. For (To be continued.) Grace. Dunn, Wife. toby Hudson A Faraau. Did they intlict punishment WE HANDLE THE Yes An Editor's Job Is Veritable Bed of What is Your Favorite Article of Diet I VULCAN PLOWS enn-open- Genuine so-call- VULCAN POINT5 CONN BEOS. and Let CASHIS GURREY Time & OULLEY Dudderar () Folks." EJI Central Record YOUTH Oratorical Contest T. T. ,f ): "."la ' .... Manna ... Paying For Folly col-lnps- ed Tell The Other (bee-holder- .) Tax Facts ks be-jJ- ...... NEW SPRING one-fourt- J 1 BUGGIES Our PRICES arc RIGHT. Our Our ZZTZZZ.. Methodist LATEST. ...... Our wonderful The Card Thanks. Hen-Jam- ln Standard Merchandise HASELDEN BROS. The Central RecordLancastei , Ky., Thursday. Mch 9 922 I g hMMhmNhhiMMMh Ninnhinmnm rrtrr Two beliiK tortar?artammrritariQrtNrM The Red Cross works for the disabled soldier, for the poor, sick and the unfortunate. Do you belicvo it is worth n dollar of your money to keep this Kolnic in Garrard County? JOIN THE RED CROSS. It, only costs a dollar and you will never rej?ret It. 24-31- st 24-31s- THE RED CROSS ROLL CALL St a si 2 In time of need it has ahvayn been the proud bonst of Gnrrnrd County that her people liavo never failed or wanted in generosity. Cross Nurse In thin service kept up? tnuht nMit cIiirsoh for nurfles are now by the rommunity Hed Lancaster. Do you want DO YOU REMEMBER the eye clinic hold for Garrard County Children at the Court Houso last ycar7 The Red Cross saved many children from blindness when it brought skilled surgeons nnd trained nurses here for a hundred unfortunates. The value of the clinic to the people of the county was worth thousands of dollars. H a m H 13 Z IS JOIN MARCH 24th to 31st. Hs4 j ia ia i?j tra tnj trj t-- j irij trj -j l- MEMBERSHIP MCH ROLL CALL MARCH fr rj iru tnj trw j srj vj ti j arj j j rj d mi j j j trw rj irj to, mj w j Q- -j fc- -j t. -- w -- -- j rrj n-- j JOIN MARCH 24th to 31st. rrA u trj 0 nj ra . h i trj j -s-- Mr. F. I) Gossip About People ve A Brill Mtntlen In (Jnlnei of Danville, was , Mrs. .1. vllle, Ky., Momlny on business. . m Mrs. Hnrry Hudson were visitors in .Sprimtfleld Tuesilny. IUv. f Ox Ceminjl Wt Art nd The marriage Hemic of Mi Powell and Mr. John Kidd was solemMrs. J. A. Amon nml Mlos Virgin-l- a nized at the home of lie v. W. I.. llournc are spnllni; a fmv nays Walker, ef Danville, on Saturday, Klkln, of Lexlnuton, Mr. Shirley with Mrs. Henley Unctlti In Frank-for- t. Fob. liRth. A few of their friends was n visitor In Lancaster Tuemlay. Sellman, of Nicholas-- i the guest this week of Powell-Ki- dd aid Miss Minnie Drown. Gobijt by Thest Iflttrtitid In. Mr. 1'. I Friible week in Lexington. Mr. George i spending the a tawson was In Cynthfana Sunday. vliltur wi Mr. Uomrr Hire, of Mnrksbury, In Sunday. Lanter Mm. Lula Jehnssn, of Versailles, visited friends here tor the week-end. Mr. and Mrs. Vtt Galnos have returned from n few days stay In Cin- cinnati. Mr. Jesse Duty has returned from a vftlt to hti daughter, Mm. V. Smith In HlohmonJ. Mr. nml Mr. Olltc Carpenter, In of rr Camp Nrlv)ii, vriTt- - visitors Saturday. Iin-oast- Mrs. Joe Francis and Mr. SalHo Hen Iawion were visitors In l.tx-Ingt- Monday. Mr. and Mm. W. K. Conk nml Mr. Robinson Cook, of Danville, wore to-fo- nt visiters here. .Mr. I'mnti KaulTmnn nnd Hon. CJny K a liftman were visitors in ltuis-vW- r the mt week. Messrs. Hudn V. I FriiWe and Shirley have returned from n but!-ne- s trip te Louisville, Mr. and. Mm. 0. K. tingle have' taken rooms at Mr. and Mrs. Jack Adams, on Ilkhmend street. The many friends of Miss Jane Hopper are glswi to know she has recovered from her recent Illness. Amld, of Covguests of Mr. and Mrs. Jamrs Sml'lt, on Maple Avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Jesne art- - ington, Ilradsktw an elegant dinner Sumlny In Mr. Jllke 0. Kennedy, of llrynnts. honor of .Mr. and Mrs. John Ktdd at vllle, was n visitor In Ijineaster Wed- their beautiful home on the Pcrry-vll- le pike, near Danville. The table nesday. was beautiful in it worfdlni; V. T. Sutten, of Rarrard, wns Mrs. and about twenty sHieota were the Ruest of Mr. and Mrs. (Juy Unvld. prosont. son Wednesday. .Mr. Itiehord Iind, of IRnnnort, The rkutern Start will oonduet Ind., has beon a recent vhntor to His oxehnnee April Stli., at the mother, Mrs. Snllio Un4, of thit Hasohlen stre room. county. Mr. Und left for the Hooi-e- r s4nte several years au and ha Mrs. Carrie OavMion If the truest of her dauKhter, Mrs. Z. T. HIce ami many friends in the ronnty who will be Kind to loara that he bos prosper-c- d Mr. Kite In I'.lchmond. In Irts ndirUMi stoto but may The many friends of Mr. JmIm Dun. soon, we hope, return to Kentucky can are Kind to know he is Improv- ami (larmrd county permanently. ing frttm his recent Illness. Mr. Shirley Klkln, remembered MIm Mary Chosnut, who has been among hit school boy friends as spending several weeks In Danville, "Pur," has been In the city for the hu returned to Ijincaster. past few days In the interest of the Hurroughs Adding Machine Company. Mr. Smiley IIHI ami Mrs. Hill, of He is now located with his family Frankfort, were with relativos in the at Lexington and is making good in county a few days last week. his new territory, having been transMr. Hveret Prfscott llrawn anil ferred from Klkin, W. Va., the MU sm are vU4tlt He reperU that her parents, Mr. first of the year. and Mrs. Carroll Hnlley, In SUnfrd. the January and February business was the bet In his present territory Mr. U. K. MoKberU left for At- that had been during the past eighlanta lust !nnky nitL Ho wfll re- teen month, ami that the president with Mra. Meitrt the latter of the company hod turn written and conpart of the week. gratulated htm upon his line work. Mr. Saull)- HuelvM aiumed hss new duties in the Carrnrd Hank nnd Dress Making Trust Company Wist Monday tnern-I- n I am prepared to do dress making if. stireeeUlnir Mr. W. S. Hopper, and designing. Rooms nt Mrs. Wm who recently resigned. Itaney's, on Stanford St. Mrs. Pruitt Thompson, The II V P. U. ot the llaptist (lt-pdchurch cave a most enjoyable soaiat t,ct our price on Unseed Oil, Tuesday rvrnlnc at the K. P. I.giIko. Turpentine and Pair.t. You can't af- Delklaus sandwiches and tea wore ford to ml it. Conn Ilros., served. Abut forty members were "Live and Let Live Folks." present. Mrs. Donaldson i?uet of her nephew, ef Florida, hi the Mr. Hnrry HIce. were present to witness tho cere-nven- y. Columbia Mr. nnd Mrs. Walker Knve dreo-ratio- I er The bride Is a very popular and attractive ytiuni; lady of Danville nnd poMuoses many accomplishments nnd Industrial abilities. She looked beautiful In a suit of blue with hat te match. The groom is a prosperous farmer, formerly of Gnrrnrd and a very yum; man. Ho has been with Mr. Walker Ilrndshaw seven yours. Grafonola FOR YOU ON EASY a wr PAY- I After March tilth., they will be at' ! mtntc rnur im CAN PAY rr A homo to their friends en the farm of Mr. Ilrndshaw, near Danville. Their many friend wish them a! long and hupyp married life Dan-j vllle Messenger 1 Uj ILLL IUU MUW il YOU C1L,I FOR I is Mis Jennie Farrls Wnlter, nccom-- j plishetl daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Walter, of Lincoln, was married last Thursday in Richmond, to Mr. David II. Morris of the same! cwunty. The ceremony took place at ' the home ef the officiating minister, Dr. K. C. McDougte. Miss Walter is well known and very popular in Garrard county, whore she taught school for several Her last school being at months. Scott's Fork, which in January, She is a graduate ef the Kastern Ki n tuaky State Normal and a lady of unusual aldlity Her marriage was n surprise to many ef her intimnte , I j Walter-Morr- COLUMBIA GRAFONOLA BY OUR PLAN. PARTIAL PAYMENT j McRoberts Presbyterian , Drug Store eled ' - .) friends and even relatives. The lucky young man It a prominent farmer and stands high in the community in which he lives. He hi to be congratulated upon winning the hand of thk excellent young Indy and the Record joins with many in wishing them much happiness as thoy journey through life together. Dr. and Mrs. J. II. Klnnalrd Miu Elizabeth Ford Is spending the Mite Society of the Members of the Chamber of Com several day In Islington at the bed-li- d Presbyterian churci Tuosday aftermerce who have paid their dues to of her brother, Mr. Ilasewm Font. noon at their home on Maple avenue. tfce organisation, are wondering why Delicious douchnuU and chocolate some of the best business firms in The Waman'a MIIonar' Soeirty wore soned. the city havo fnlled to come up with of the Ilaptiit church met Mfn4ny The finance com- Mr. nnd Mm. Miley Walker and tacir contract. afternoon at the home of Mrs. C. D. daughter, llniel, Mr. Henry' Sebas-thi- n mittee l falling down on It Job, or Pouell. " and baby, Mr. and Mrs. Steve the delinquents are unconcerned i fsi Mr. nnd Mrs. Ilradley Doume, who Walker and son, Hugene, were the about that "promise to pay" which spent the weekend vrlth Mr. and Mrs. Kuovts Sunday of Mr S. S. I.oni; they signed so willingly last July J. II. Dourne. returned Monday to and family - Pay Your Dues A GOOD TONIC FOR OLD PEOPLE n Glide's Restores Strength And Prevents Illness Pepto-Manga- Invest an hour in them arc here. If you have no regunext Sunday. Church Notes j lar place to worship, you will be moro than welcome at the Presbyterian Invest an hour for the good of j church. Organized In your town in Lancaster. Life from one stand- the year 1810. II. S. Hudson, Minpoint Is merely the Investment of in- ister, preaches at 7:30 P. M. nnd fluence. What institutions do you 11 A. M.. Sunday School at 9:50 A. as an individual wish supported? M. A class for any and all ages with If you believe our newspaper io an excellent tenchcr. Came. worth while you support it. If you care to hnve "movies" In Lancaster you patronize them. And it's the same way with churches. None of At tremendous expense that wonthese can continue without support. derful picture "The Shick" has been The churches of Iincastcr need you. secured for Lancaster nnd Garrard Ever think of that? What would county movie patrons, for next the churches nnd their influence Tuesday and Wednesday at Romans amount to if every one loafed all Opera House. Don't miss it. Sunday morning nnd rode all eveCremo Dairy Feed will make your ning? Lancaster is a betetr place in which to live because the churches cow give more milk. Wonderful Picture r,u HavMwn will over irom cntcrUln with n dinner party Friday ounuay io aee ner' evening1 In heaor of Major and Mrs, icxincion father, Opt. T. A. Klkin. She re- - Itohvrt Turley. of Panama, who are turned Monday morning. guests of Mrs. Turloy's parents, Mr. Mr- - u' J- - Elmore It is very gratifying to tho friend f of Mn. Carlton Klkin, to know she Mrs. K. L Owsley entertained recovering ntcrly from n serious operDanville Hospital Inst few friends Tuesday nt a luncheon ation at the nt her rooms on Danville avenue In Saturday. Mny this honor of her birthk'ny The Kaitcra Stars held their regu most exrelent woman have many lar meeting Tuesday night at the mere returns of th day Is the wish Masonic Hall. Several petitions were of her numerous friends, voted on nnd accepted. About twen- The W,or,an ilubj! member, were present. 7K"' lar weekly meeting Thursday Glass Carrier ,who is now traveling noon at thvir rooms on Lexington for Streltman & Sons of Cincinnati, avenue. Mrs. H. K .McKobcrts, presl was In the city last week, selling, dent, was nbent and Mr. W. M goods to beat the band. Glass U a Klliott, presided and hustler and will male good in his opened the meeting Miss Martha Gill new Held of work. He has recently reading the minutes. After the bus! been given some new territory down nrss session Mrs. P.. II. Uourland reaJ the Q. & 0 railroad. nn Interesting paper on "David." , ... n ... .mm jus. .tame .... Versailles. I to ' J'r- - nni' Aged people often need a (rood blood tonic. When tho blood be comes clogged with poisons from the n puri- -' system, Gude'a flos It by driving on the waste mnt-- j tcr. Good blood is full of vitality and prevents Illness, giving the body greater power of resistance. The weaknesses of old nge aro greatly helped by a supply of rich, red blood. n is sold in liquid Gude's or tablet form by all druggists. It has been recommended by physicians i for 30 years and is n valuable tonic and builder for the weak and rundown of all ages from childhood to! old age. Advertisement. l'cpto-MnngaI'epto-Mnngaj I Wall Paper Paints and Oil We have an experienced decorator in Arch Shoe Preserver ty-A- ve I i ' For the Perfect Foo- tYou who have jwrfect fect quite likely do not appreciate the fact. You have always had thorn you 6eu Famous Christian Missionary Slain First Bearer Of Good Tidinis Enter Thibet. Is Killed By Chinese Robbers St. Louis, Rev, Albert Lcory Shelton, medical missionary of the Christian church, and the first mis sionary allowed to enter Thibet ondJ who, two year ago was kidnapped and held for 00 days by Chinese brigunds, wns murdered by Chineje robbers February 7th last, according to n cablegram received by the mis sionary society here recently. His wife did not accompany him on his Thibet trip but went to Calcutta to obtain n translation of the scriptures Into the Thibet tongue. He has two laughten In school at Pomona, Cali fornia. Well Known In Kentucky. Lexington, Ky., Dr. Shelton Is well known here ami was associated at a mission station in Hatang, his headquarters in Thibet, with Dr. William Hardy, of Lexington, who sent the cablegram about his death. The two men were tho first medical missionaries In Thibet and went there together more than ten years ago. To no reason why your fect should fail you. Yet 6cven people out of every ten have weak or fallen arches. Value your perfect foot and keep it perfect for all times wear the ARCH PRESERVER SHOE with the concealed bridge which contfortably and properly supimrts and keeps the arch in normal shape. charge of our Wall Paper and Paint partment. de- Lancaster's Busy Store WHERE THOUSANDS ARE SAVING MONEY ON EVERY DAY ARTICLES. JUST A FEW ITEMS TO CONVINCE YOU THAT WE ARE MAKING Salt Rising Hread, per Loaf 8cts. $1.20 J. E.' M. Guarantocd Flour, per Sack Host Drand Pure Hog Lard, pur 50 lb. can $6.25 Good Hulk Cotrce, per pound 15cU. Good Ground Codec, bulk, per pound 20cts. Host Ground Coffee, pkir., per pound 30cts. Call for prices on anything in GROCERIES nnd MEAT. i j J. S. GOOD, who will call, measure your room, quote price on job complete, without any obligation-whatsoev- er Short Loaf Bread, per Loaf PRICES. Long J.ouf Sandwich Urcnd, per Loaf lOcts. 7cts. on If your fect are perfect the ARCH PRESERVER SHOE will keep them perfect, if they arc not, this shoe will help them. part of customer. JAS. W. SMITH Scott FfcOM Stormes Drug Store FIRST THOUGHT IN DRUGS & Ruble Public Square. 206. The Central Record, Lane an tar Ky. Thursday, Mch 9, 1922. For March Term of Garrard Circuit Court. 1 Heavy Docket 3. 4. 6. 0. 7. A. T. Scott and Son vs. Wilson Huff. A. T. Scott and Son vs. John et al. 13. 14. 15. 10. 17. 18. J. 8. 9. 10. Elmore. The Garrard Rank A Trust Co vs. Dave Didderar. E. C. Bowling vs. Eugene Ken ncdy Steelcote Mfg. Co. vs. J. M. Rose, etc. Oliver Chilled How 'Works vs. Roots as Largs at Tress. R. Hatelden vs. J. T. Manuel, As a general rule roots extend on et nl. Mch Me of n trr ,0 n dlttaner equal J. W. Sanders vs. Herman to the Iielelit "f Iho tre llsolf. J. R. Mount rs. Kentucky 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 03 New Ordinary And Equity pearance Filed. Ap- - W. V. Gastlneau Growers Ins. Co. 57 Old Commonwealth Cases Not Listed Here. The March term of the Gnrrnrd Circuit Court convenes Pendleton. in Lnncnster Monday, March 1.1th., for a three weeks session. 80. W. F. Henry vs. George S. The court will find one of the latest dockets seen here in 81. Creech. Ella Bcaxley vs. Adolph Mary several years and it will probnbly consume the entire three Beazley, etc. weeks to dispose of it or even a greater portion of it. One 82. Thomas Brown vs. Dovie Brown 83. Lucy Murphy, ct al vs. Bill hundred and three new suits were filed for the present term; S!mpsonv equity appear- 84. Wm. T. Adams, etc vs. Ollle sixty ordinary appearances and forty-thre- e etc. ance. This is probably the largest number of suits ever filed 85. Huffmnn, Brock, vs. Ollle Jane Emmctt at one session of the court. Brock. The docket, with the exception of 75 old commonwealth 80. Sallle Shearer vs. Frank Shear- cases, is as follows: 87. America Middleton v.. Oscar Civil Docket Harvey Jennings' vs. Robert Yntct, ct al. II. Leslie Prewltt vs. W. K. Patrick and Son. M. II. Johnson vs. John Rich. 12. 13. E. C. Bowling vs. Ben Horton, ct al. 14. E. C. Bowling vs. Ora Florence, et nl. 15. I)e .Luxe Cap Co. vs. Becker and Ballard. 10. 17. 18. 19. 20. 27. 28. 29. Banks Hudson vs. Dave Dud- - 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 20. 27. 28. 29. 30. .11. derar. George Spoonamore vs. Ed Hub. bard. Ira Vrnclent vs. Floyd Humph rey, ct al. J. R. Mount v. M. II. Johnson. W. T. Adams vs. C. L. Zanonc, et al. Mrs. Patience Price vs. Jim Hicks. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. Flrtt 1. Day Ordinary Old 2S. 20. Dailcys Widow. Milton Ross vs. Mitchell Middleton. 88. John Williams Lay-ton. vs. Rosa Wil- liams. 89. 90. 91. J. G. Davit. Swincbroad & Mom vs. Hayi Foster & Co. 3. Mark Hopkins vs. L, & N. Rail- vs. L. & N'. 4. Geo. Carpenter Railroad Co. road Co. Harry Crutchfleld vs. L. & N. 5. Railroad Co. 0. Sam Kelly vs. L. & N. Railroad V. A. Lear vs. 2. Company. 7. Lon Hourne vs. L. & N Railroad Co. 8. J. E. Whiteted vs. John Ropers. 0. James I. Hamilton vs. Colonel Coffee. 10. The I. J. Cooper Rubber Co. vs. William Marsce. 11. Job Marsee vs. James Durham. 12. S. Sapinake & Co. vs. Becker & 13. 14. 15. 10. 17. 18. 10. 20. H. L. Thompson, etc. vs. Flor- ence Ford. 27. Henry Tcater vs. Ora Tratcr. 28. Fairbanks Morse Co. vs. L. T. 92. Bradshnw. Leavell vs. Stella 93. 29. Taylor I.envell. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 3C. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 20. 27. 1. 2. 3. 4. J. 0. 7. 8. 0. 10. 11. 12. 13 14. 15. 10. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. Stephen L. Walker vs. Sam Colson. , Wearren, etc. Mogul Wagon Co. vs, J. R. 102. 38. S. I). Sanders, ct al vs. Leslie Mount. T. Bradshaw. Canfield Mfg. Co. vs. B. M. 103. 39. Edith Knvanaugh vs. Clarence 41. Lane. noltzclaw. Bclnap Hardware Mfg. Co. vs.) 104. 40. Leslie T. Bradthaw vt. Mote 42. T. D. Irvin. ley. Catey. Frank Hardwick vs. A. N. Estcs,' 105. Hazel Baker vs. Will Baker. 41. The W. T. Raleigh Co. vs. G. ) 43. ct al. 100. D. F. Rankin vs. Burt Locker, T. Barker, et al. W. A. Dickcrson vs. Tom Hugh- -' ct al 42. Charley Anderson vs. Jesse Ray, M4. cs, et ah 107. A. II. Bastin vs. Holman Brown, ct aL son. E. C. Gaines vs. Planters Ware.' ct al. 43. J. E. Robinson vs. W. C. Rose, 4S. Jas. D. Middleton vs. Susie Mid 108. Inez Raines vs. On Petition. house Co. ct al. dleton Emmet Brock vs. Gilbert Brock. 109. Charley Moberley, et al vs. Hub 44. Bee Pendleton, Appellant vs. W. Poynter & Son vs. John 40. T. M. Scott vs. Nannie L. Scott. J. Scarbrogh, ct al. Virgil Pendleton, Appellee. son Speaks. 47. G. M. Treodway, etc. vs. Ruth 110. Bastin Lumber Co. vs. Lucas 45. Willie vs. Church Robert J. L. Coldiron vs. James Cox Ruckcr, etc. Foster, ct aL Speakcs. Davis, Agent. 48. R. II. Royston vs. Jackman 111. D. A. Thomas vs. H. II. Hall, AC Bank of Bryantsville vs. Eliza Kinnalrd Bros. vs. Walter Cox, Byars, etc. et al. beth Montgomery et al. et al. 49. J. W. Sweeney, etc. vs. George 112. Virginia Beazley, et al vs. It. 47. Robert Long, etc. vs. Cecil R. P. Long vs. Aaron Simpson, Allen, etc. N. Beazlcy. Walker, etc. ctal. 50. Jas. H. Dunn, etc. vs. Erasmus 113. Dora Davis vs. Sam Davis. 48. S. N. Morford vs. Ambrose Tillitha Hammack vs. Lou Mc- Dunn, ex., etc. 114. Eliza Aldridge, ct al vs. James Adams. Query, Admr. 51. Salem Wylles Heirs, etc. vs. II. Dunn, et al. 49. S. N. Morford vs. Floyd Humph- Joseph Mercantile Co. vs. Dora Salem Wylies Widow, etc. 115. Maggie Abies vs. Gentry Abies. rey and J. W. Smith. Wheeler. 52. John Marct, ct al vs. Nannie 110. Wm. Naylor vi. James Locker. 50. Citizens National Bank vs. M. A. F. Sanders vs. Milo Simpson. F. Scott. 117. W. B. Lee vs. W. E. Whlttaker. D. Johnson, etc. 53. Leslie Williams, etc. vs. Charlie 118. Willie Tankertley vs. Fannie 61. Lancaster Flour Mills vs. W. Equity Old Third Day Hall, etc. Tankersley. B. Ball. Sallie A. Marct vs. Joe Helen St. Susan E. Hurts Admin, vs. 119. Forest Tcvls etc. vs. Mandy 52. John W. Miller vs. City of Lan- Meade Teatcr. , Ma ret. Boatley, etc. caster. Edminston Bros, vs, Sam John- 120. John K. West vs. Robert West. 63. II. C. Sutton vs. David Dud- George Ray vs. Dllsey Ray. son. Admin, 121. John Albert Huffman, Admr. vs. AlBeazley, vs. derar. 50. Leon Austin Domlcllliary vs. L. Authur Beazlvy, Grdn. etc. bert Huffman Heirs. vs. Floyd 64. Annie Moberley O. Harlan, Aucilllary. 122. Dickcrson Kennedy vs. Will J. W. Sweeney vs. George Allen Humphrey. McQuerry. 55. Garrard Bunk & Trust Co., AsJ. F. Collins Heirs vs. William 67. N. H. Bogie vs. C. W. Sanders. 58. George Adkinton vs. Nancy Ad 323. Bastin Lumber Co. vs. Otto Mob. signee of J. E. Whited vs. Marlon T. Nelsons Heirs. erly, etc. Hurt. kinson. Zack Simpson vs. Wm. Chad-welLayton, etc. vt. M. S. 124. W. S. Carrier vs. A. W. 50. Mclvin Stinnett vs. Aetna Insur 59. John Heirs. ance Co. Cotton, etc. Salllo Lou Myers vs. Hallle MyCO. 67. Frank Davis vs. Same. Prentice Walker vs. Henry 125. Donald B. Neal vs. Floyd ers Ware. 58. S. G. Haselden vs. Henry Wil Tcater. Comonwcalth of Kentucky vs. liams, et al. Ins. Co. of Gal- 01. W. J. Romans vs. Price Faulk- - 125. Lena Mae Wearren vs. Henry American Nat Wearren, et aL 59. Itaseldcn Bros. vs. Henry Wil nir. veston Texas. vs. 127. Sarah Kennedy Richard liams. G. A. Carters Admr. vs. G. A. 02. Alex Layton vs. .Nancy AdkinKennedy. 00. J. E. Robinson vs. Alonzo Shcr- son, etc. Carters Heirs. 128. Alan Brown vs. Annie Burton row, et al. Willie Myers, etc. vs. Henry 00. Betty Roblnton vs. On Petition. Brown. 0 1. Mat Shelton vs. Hester Shelton. Jefferson, etc. New Third Equity Appearance Richard Boyle, Admr. vs. Mag- 05. W. It. Harris, Admin, vs, Allle 129. Eliza Tineher Helton vs. Jess Helton. Harris. Day. gie Boyle, etc. J. D. Hughes Lumber Co. vs. 00 Nannie Grant vs. Rhoda Yates. 130. L. G. Davidson, Assignee vs. W. 1. Nay Coy vs. J. W. Sanders, 07. R. H. Tomlinson vs. Bessie Pad- E. Whlttaker. et al. A. D. Scott. et al. gett. Bill Gallsple vs. Robt. Galispte. 131. Ora Jennings Hurte vs. William 2. Nellie II. Wart en vs. J no. WarThomas Chestnuts Admr. vs. 08. George Little vs. Arthusa Little. Hurte. ren. 09. W. M. Collett vs. Mary CollctL 132. J. B. Mosler, et nl vs. Elizabeth Robert Chestnut. 3. Cordie II Harris vs. Shirley John Fosters Admr'. vs. John 70. R. A. Casey, etc. vs. Mollle Gul- J. Moiler, et al. Harris. ley, etc. Fosters Heirs. 133. Angle Church, ct al vs. Lydia 4. Florence Lane, et al vs. Marlon Arthur Matlock vs. Andy Mat- 71. John Marsee, etc. vs. W. ,B. Huffman, et al. Hurt, et nl. Marsec. lock. 134. Elizabeth Simmons vs. Rotcoe 6. Maggie G. Naylor vs. John Nay Whlttaker, et al. Jet Small wood vs. W. L. Law-so- 72. It. II. Tomlinson vs. Millie Ann lor. Jones. 135. Wm. Smith vs. Owsley Wil 0. Garrard Bank & Trust Co., Al Mary Berkele vs. Ben Graham. 73. W. T. Worrell vs. Virgil Worrell liams, et aL Igneo of J. E. Whiteted vs. Nel Commonwealth of Kentucky vs. 74. Mary Lee hay, etc. vs. Myrtle 130. J. L. Gill vs. Jas. J. Jones, etc. lie Whiteted, et al. Wcarrcn. W. II. Compton. 137. Lizzie Smith, ct al vs. Willie 7. J. W. Gulley vs. Milo Simpson, Delphie Faulkner vs. Lucretla 75. Julia Burton vs. George Bur Belle Lear, et al. et al. ton. Carr. New First 8. NoamI Hamilton vs. T. D. Irvin. jarrard Bank and Trust Co. vs. 70. Maggie West vs. William West. Ordinary Apsearaac 9. Shirley Hudson vs On Petition 77. William Lear vs. Herod Raines, Milton Ross. Day 10. J. W. Smith vs. James Locker, etc. Will Able vs. Thursday Able. E. C. Bowling vs. Howard StuU, et al. 1. George R. Adkinson, etc vs. 78. Millnda Leavell vs. Louis Leav11. S. M. Gay vs. Sherman Gay. et al. ell. Alva Adkinson ,etc. 12. J. M. Hiatt vs. Grant Marsee, R. P.' Long vs. William May. T. W. Dalleys Admr. vs. T. W. 79. Henretta Pendleton vs. Bee 37. 1 ls Kav-anaug- h. Hum-phrey. Ballard. Baird Dry Goods Co. vs. G. B. Granville Snylor vs. Nansy Helton. James Temple Admin, v.s Alice Temple, etc. Alfred Dunns Admin, vs. Alfred Dunn's Heirs. W. H. Furr vs. J. W. Poyntcr. II. Munsey vs. George Beazlcy. A. J. Scott, et al vs. Nannie B. Scott. Milton Ross, etc. vs. Robert Layton Grdn., etc. Clay Jackson vs. Llllie Jackson T. O. Hill eta! vs. Lizzie Walk er, ct al. Bculah Ucazley, Grdn. vs. Liz zie Walker, ct al. Ed Baker, et at vs. Elijah Dak cr, ct al. R. A. Casey, etc. vs. Walter Cas ey, etc. Kate Boatrlght v. Arch Boat right. Ljziio Williams, etc. vs. Spiller Lane, etc. Sallic A. Moore vs. Yates Hud- - 94. 95. 90. 97. 98. 99. 100. 101. Floyd Curtis vs. R. K. Swope. T. C. Rankin vs. I). F. Rankin. Ora Ovcrstrcet vs. James Over street. T. D. O'Hearn ns Admin, ct al vs. John O'Henm. W. A." Wcarrcn et A. M. Bak- er vs. Henry J. Fletcher. National Acceptance Corp. vs. Wm. Marsee. John Pendleton vs. Walker Uradthnw, et al. John Wynn's Exrs. vs. J. W. Roberts, et al. Clayton Marsee vs. J. L. Rhodes et al. Riley Ion vs. Floyd Humphrey, ct nl. First Nat. Bank of Aberdeen, Miss. vs. Floyd Curtis. C. P. Current, ct nl vs. M. II Johnson, et al. Salem Wylles Heirs ct al vs. Salem Wylies Heirs, et al. I'rintlce Walker, ct al vs. I. V. Poynter, et al. Henry Teatcr vs. Jetsc Luns ford, ct al. James E. Kclley vs. Rilda Kel 32. 33. 34. 35. 30. James I. Hamilton vs. A. It Naylor. M. S. Simpson vs. W. L. Mor ris and J. II. Morris. E. F. Spears and Sons vs. James O. White. T. O. Hill vs. Bastin Bro. Ja. Hamilton vs. Robert Fath- ergill. Coy S. Sanders vs. W. H. Whit taker. F. 1). Mnrksbury vs. Jas. Robin son, etc. Bradley & Vrooman Co. vs. J. R. Mount & Co. Garrard Bank & Trust Co. vs. W. A. Doty, et al. Garrard limk & Trust Co. vs, Lancaster Flour Mills. William Bruce vs. Bessie Bruce. Hudson & Farnau vs. Lancaster Flour Mills Inc. Goodloc & Walker Bros, vs, Walter Grant. A. T. Scott & Son vs. Walter Grant. Blaine Ettridgc vs. Harrison Mays. 30. 37. 38. 39. 40. 41. 42. 43. Humphrey, et al. M. Craig, et al vs. Odus Naylor, et al. W. S. Ileitis S. L. Gibbs vs. David Duddercr. Boyd Coldiron vs. Jno. L. Cold. Iron. C. R. Barnett vs. Roy Moberly, et al. I). A. Thomas, ct al vs. Tom Dalley, ct nl. T. O. Hill and S. I. Hill vs. Roger Aldridge, et al. Bastin Lumber Co. vs. George Spoonamore, et at. J. C. Williams, Exec. vs. Arthur l'rctton, ct nl. Garrard Bank & Trust Co. vt. George Spoonamore, et nl. John Smith vs. Hattle Katttand. Bessie Ovcrstrcet vs. dampson Ovcrstrcet. George Miller vs. Clell Denny. Jas. I. Hamilton vs. Robert Long, et al. Leslie T. Bradthaw vt. Enoch Glllum, et al. W. M. Elliott vs. Walter Grant. Robert Long vs. Leslie T. Brad, shaw, ct al. S. N. Mofford vs. J. R. Ray. Garrard Bank & Trut Co. vs. C. L. Zanone, Bessie Znnone, ct nl. Virgil Pendleton vs. Lancaster Flour Mills. Minnie L. Quinn vs. Edward Guinn. T. O. Hill vs. Wilton Hurt. H. F. Roblnton vs. Robert Wal-to- J. vs.-Sa- Power In Cenfldsnea. a wondrous Confldcncv " It bears Insplmllnn In ll him mi In sortirlty ellher to meet na danger nr to nm' inntter of glorious trial. Mllfnn hnrt "wtr. Ths Owner's F. O. B. It Is admittedly difficult to recover a lost rllTTer, Hut the best stir if Minn comes from our own Mm. Kckstrnm, who ndWsca In an ml? "Little, com home; atl Is forgiven." New York Olobe, pitxSctJ MOTHER! -- rVrilaTs. HOTMIUMU Co.. Dirt. Tor Three Generations, Have Made Easier By Uilmi ChfU-Mrt- taut ! Hlf niia Mtwutoa 90If t0. Atu.u. lit? mt St. Green Clay Walker Law And Real Estate Money to loan on farms. List your farm for sale priv- Robert Long, ct al vs. Marsee, vt al. Same vs. Be ttio D. Ballew, ct al, M. S. Boyle Bank 4 Trutt Co. vs, David Rankin, et al. HATFIELD Alice Temple, et al vt. B. C. Roe, et al. DENTIST Delia H. Accy vs. J. W. Acey, Office over The Garrard flan.. etc. Phones Office S. Residence 376. hatle Griggs vs. W. II. Griggs, LANCASTER, KENTUCKY ct al. ately or at auction. Office over J. W. Smith's Store. Jamet T. n. Carts Oltncht. "Fuel l0 inlur " anlil tin coat drnlrr's clerk. in hit drl. "I'll always M ymi Imvt- - jnur own welrh." DR. J. J. BYRINE oiTO.tirruisT I'rart.ce limited to diagnoung and correcting defectt of Kyrtight by fitting the of proper glatct. DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. pnslni IKHton Trnnw rift. Dtrlvatlon of Ornrlr la n rtirrtttttluri nf tli t'htnl, words nux nrrv nirnnlng "with bout. a term descriptive of llio Indians who Opposite Gilcher Hotel. Inhabited tin mmitry i a to 12 and 1 to 8 smb. Office Hour "Oiark." 8sg Advlca. "Don't walk ile floor worryln' tiout yoh debts," said Uncle Klx-n- . "Do ntu-ryoh travelln' outdoor mrbl ycmll find a Job dat'll help make a payment." e J. A. Beazlev FUNERAL DIRECTOR ;Rildenc Offlrs Over National Hank. I'hone 9. Office I'hon LANCASTEH. KY. 27 Mtdusa's Effact on Watar. In the blue Gulf Stream water b tnrm the Aiore and the Newfouad-land banks, green layer hare teen obtervo! fo be due In the prt'tenco of minute phoaphorrarvnt Nearly Ntw. meiluta. Or. Printus Walker old Jones White "What did Ant war J Promptly Day et leirre hit sonT" Ilrtiwn "Oh. he left Call htm the rapacity for hard work, which Night. I'hone 317 he hlmteir nan indented rmm nis Kt NTl CK as ennd nt new: lANCAST tnthrr. It was nolle Jonet hlmelf hart never ued It." "Caddie" and "Csd." To can tbe Ii"t who carried your clnM on the golf mire a end would ho an Iwrntt, he l n raddle. Vet end Is only the abbreviated frm of cadword for an er die, the rand boy. Ertlnnnrch Hcottman. Changing Colors of Birds. colr of hlnN tuny In changed to whllo fy kipping them In a white room, surmniidnl by vthltc nbjects and atteudiil hy pepmns tres'd In wlilte. says a intnrollt. Iloneri-r- , the llilnl or fourth gcnerallon- - It necfstnry Ikv foro the llrtl finthor nre nil white. pr VETERINARIAN. Loans, L.oans, on Loans FARM LANDS Liberal Appraisements VORIS & MOULDER RURGIN, KY. Office, Citizens Bank it (tf.) The Company. Trt ' ' Both Rttponilblt. No slte It actually to blame In tlif IhuflPxniU of imhnppy inarrbues existing tiNlay From Iho allnr steps to th miiI of their lives a man and woniiia iniift rttillie that It Is a gnmo of gtve ami take all through. No ono It Infallible, hihI nlthoii.h un Ideal may be fnur tn havo of clay, no ooa can afford to throw stnnes nt the op posite side. Klin Wheeler Wilcox. Trees For Spring Planting FRUIT AND SHADE TREES BLOOMING SHRUBS FRUITS SMALL STRAWBERRIES f't GRAPEVINES PERENNIALS EVERGREENS HEDGING ROSES Whaneanttt of the British Qulntt. ETC. The inyntery of that dreadful un-colned unit of barter In England SEED POTATOES. known u llio "guinea," which I at. EveryihliiK for tho Orchard, cket In placo of Lnwn and Gnrdcn. stracted from tho A Inrga tbu pound, much to tho damage illustrated cntnloi; nnd uuidu of the metric ami all other systems, sent on request. sol vol at last. swim to hiive i Now tho pound Is 20 shilling nnd ths H. F. HILLENMEYER & SONS guinea It 21 hillings, so Hint It Is A Nursery Word In Kentucky. cbcrlihcd by hotel nnd lodging bout Lexington, Kentucky. es becuum It I divisible by soven. n. Housework Scars Rtvail Brldts. "Show ma their (intuit," said tbe assistant at til butcher shop, "and I'll tell you whether they'ro young brides or whether they've len ot tbe cooking game for some time. "Tho young things who've only been Initiated Into the mysteries of Iho gas range show the scars of battle. It's a cinch Uiat they're got a number of burns. And tho bands of tho bride will show cuts, too, as a general thing. Tb parus f housework art many." Hunters Beware We positively will not permit fox hunting or hnnting ot any character or tretpatslng on our farms. Any violators will be persecuted J. S. Schooler, Edgar Trice, W. A. Price, Joe Criscillls, T. J. Price, R. L. Elkln, D. M. Lear, R. L. Barker. (Other names will be added upon the payment of 25 ctnts) (tf.) Thm Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Mch 9, 1922 3 IN I lETH'S HOUSE y MILDRIO WHITI fa. r MtCiw Nsvtsapw araaitsi.. (lodfray Weatlaka'a two atstera Mt looking at tach other In consternation. "I thought,- - Mid Elln. -- that Godfrey wa far paat the iBipraaalonable age, and now that ha haa actually taken n fancy to thla queer Elltabeth Warrrn, It U trying Indeed, to And her ) unsuitable. You know, yourself, Mary, that (lodfroy la polt!vJy fastidious In lilt taste. Of coure thla Warrrn girl pardon tae, Mary, hut I nm qulto Impatient regarding thla rontter thla Mlaa Warrrn la presentable enough, and haa undoubtedly been well brought up, hut the plain little houao that the perslata In living In ran you or I are happtneaa ahead for- (lodfrry, If lie makra that woman hla "No, I can't" mapped alater Mary, "and what'a more) I know he would he poltlTCly unhappy. I happen to have seen (he Instils of IlethYt house," "Ileth'ar iiurrlrd the eliUr aUter. Mary nodded. "Iloth" la what the tow nipeipl affectionately call her. The Interior of her amall place In homelike enough, but the decora-turnP Mary held up her hands In hornr. "Atrocious taste," she exclaimed. Kllen sighed. "Una he." she (lanced up quickly, "seen thla Iteth'a house Y' "No," Mary answered thoughtfully, "lira, Wlnlhrop, who Introduced the two while nilistieth Warren was via lllnp her, haa since arranged that they meet there. Under one pretense or another, Mrs. Wlnlhrop Invites (ludfrey to dinner, or to drtte, or to form one of a party of four at the theater, until he has tiecoine Interested In the girl as Mrs. Wlnthrpp Intended he should. "8he enduwa Miss Warren with all the virtues and U constantly singing her praise. ! think tjodfrey'a line (tuition may I responsible partly for his popularity. It would certainly he an enviable position for an ambitious girl to share." "We," remarked Klleo drily, "have shared It fur some time, nut, my dear, you need not worry, wet are not likely to te dethroned now by that sweetly alirplr creature. If, aa you say, haa not seen her bizarre home, he wilt be disillusioned when he does. "I would not," objected Mary, "call Mlta Warren'a houe vulgar. Crude, rather, In Ita lmKulhlr paintings and wllilly embroidered oners." Hllrn was still talking when her brother the door and bade them good evening. "I will not atop for dinner," ho said. "I am Invited out." "Mr. Wlnlhrop wants me to go to Iletli'a house to dinner." he said. "Heth!" Mary exclaimed, when her brother had gone, "so It haa come to w!fr s All Cincinnati Invites You to the of its Stores Spring Opening Tuesday and Wednesday March 14th and 15th The Mayor of Cincinnati, The Citizens and The Stores, extend to you a H tarty Invitation to come to Cincinnati to see the interesting displays of everything Fashion and ComFor the first time all merce have created for Spring 1922. the stores will have their formal openings on the same days. ft r v 4r oH-ne- that." Tho little parlor of the little house waa mtlly lighted, lleth left Imt gnesta there, while she went to help Cora Unnett In tin- - kitchen. "Corn Unnett," Mrs, Wlnlhrop explained, "I n wir high school girl whom lleth Is helping by giving her a gid homo for service exchange!." lodfr.ey, seated before the ptnno, In the urt of turning his music, his t;ate arretted by a startling paint-In- g of tombstone. Mr. Wluthrop followed his gaze. Ttien she rnine, look-In- g over hit shoulder. t "I want In tell you," she began, It nnd her fineness. That "about let picture, for Instance, wu tainted by a homesick, crippled tmy that she had been kind to, In the hospital. It waa Ids Interpolation of the spot where his mother was burled far over the sea In Ireland. The picture, palnstak-Ingl- y finished, was his dearest possession. Therefore lie gave It to lleth. Often she has him brought here for the day and be will sit and look at 'that picture, blissfully," lleth' friend picked up the riotous pillow. "And this," she amtled, "la old .N'annle'a gift of love. Made from blta of satin people brought to her, that her mind and ringers might be busy body must be still, when her lleth has her over from the hospital, too, when she can, for a cup of tea. And my I that old woman I proud to see her cushion In the very best chair. I think." snld Mrs. Wlnlhrop softly, "that It would make your heart glow, Oodfrey, Just to see her prlde and These two days will be YOUR days, to look around, to visit the stores great and small, to learn all about the charming new spring fashions, the lovely new materials, the fascinating things in home decorations and furnishings in a word, all the material luxuries and comforts that will add to the joy of living in the comingjnonths. The most exquisite creations that Paris has inspired and the foremost makers of America have developed the most modern and desirable equipment for the home, will be presented in an unparalleled variety that will make your visit delightfully interesting as well as profitable. Visitors will receive a hearty welcome and unfailing courtesy. For those who come in automobiles parking space has been arranged for. Large parking spaces at Ninth and Sycamore and on the East side of Sycamore, between Fourth and Fifth streets have been set aside for our visitors. Bring this ad with you; it will entitle you to the privilege of parking your car free of charge. !uil 1 or t , hap-plnes- a. "I could tell you ninny stories one for that glinting bead basket, one for frame. the picture In the home-mad-e little houte I a full of heart stories, as full as Is her own heart of aw ret charity." Smiling, shining-eyed- , the young hostess uppenred In tho doorway. "Pinner," crlfd lleth, "Is serve! for three." (iodfrey Wettlnke'a nrih went about the girl's shoulder. "Let ua tell jour friend now of our a If you are interested in Spring Fashions If you love beautiful things for yourself or for the home If you need new and helpful appliances in your house you will be well repaid for a visit to Cincinnati! Cincinnati Retail Merchants Association lie said, while to engagement, Mr. Wluthrop he ndilcd: "One does not always tlml one's Ideal an Ideal, Indeed." dt-nr- Ignlud by Wattr. Tho bureau of chemistry )s that metallic txitassluiu wilt burst Into flame If water la pourvd on It. Metallic sodium I another chemical that will frequently Ignlto If water la poured on It. Llftltt tnough Now. A rorresKmdent w ho while doing hla bit lA the war picked up a smattering of French, write: "I don't mind their laklBg the sin out of the cinema If In doing It they donl take all the 'via' out of Ike irovleal" i v Th Central Rcord, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, Mch 0, 1022. The Lincoln Corn Crib Incourafet Eating braska pork lions, corn saute (hom iny) with green pepper, corn on cob, corn bread, corn salad with pimentos, cornstarch pudding, com cookies, and corn candy. The critical corn situation was depleted by a play In whlrh King Corn, too feeble to support himself, figured as the chief character. With him sat Queen Minnie Wheat Characters which depicted the plight of the corn grower were Hard Times, Hi Taxes, Idle Labor, ami Speculation, but they finally were crowded from the stage by High Prices and Prosperity. A proclamation was issued by tho High Chancellor calling upon all subjects of the King to cat com once a day. Members of the Lincoln Crib, appreciating the aplendld com prepar ations which had been served them at the banquet, pledged themselves to cat more com and corn-femeat and to encourage others to do so. The menu of com foods combined with the play got the message across In a big way with the result that many other cities have requested the same show and plans for organising corn eaters' cribs in other cities of the State and of adjoining States. Possibly this "crib' 'helps account for the large number of requests from that section for Government bulletins on different ways of serving this valuable and economical fod in such taty preparations. d Price S2.00 an ounce. $24.00 a pound. All in one ounce packages. None genuine without this signature, which ap pears on every package. the organisation which Is making rapid growth Is to direct attention to the value and economy of corn and Its products as food and to help the surplus of this grain. The only fall, More Corn uro In connection with the organisaOut In Nebraska where they have tion of the Lincoln Crib, according more corn than they know what to to the Chamber of Commerce, was buyinir inferior seed. Buy the do with the Lincoln Crib proposes to that there was no banquet room in Don't bo deceived Into store away some the surplus which the city large enough t accommoGenuine Kclicy Seed. THE IMPROVED STANDING U corn growers areoffinding so burden- - date tho hundreds who wanted to DURLEY, with the LONG POINTED LEAVES, which gives T.tn Join at charter niembers. TMa ..rlh t.rt Ail til nm With the help of United States Decoin Chamber of Commerce, was so from three to four inches more Icnjrth. partment of Agriculture food bulle orThe old Standing Burley hnd a round pointed leaf, but B successful that other corn-beL. Kclicy and Sons, by careful breeding nnd crossing have de- ganizations are considering imilar( tins and circulars an exclusive corn menu was planned. The first course veloped their present STANDING UP BURLEY with the long cribs. Instead of being a huge storage consisted of cream of corn au gratin. pointed leaf, which gives it nioro length and more weight, still house for corn this is an organization Corn-cak- e tobacco smoked In cornretaining its bright color, which has made this seed famous of about half a thousand men and, cob pipes substituted for Havanas women who call themselves the Com1 nt tho end of the dinner and In bethroughout the United States. Ne Eaters of America. The purpose of tween were courses of corn-fe- KELLEY S TOBACCO SEED The Improved Standing Up Burley lt , d Laty people would find one comin living up a tree. They could come down without exertion. fort B. L. KELLEY A SONS IL F. D. No. 1. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. POINT LEAVELL. '1 Changing thi Basis. Two preacher, one white and the other colored, semit rural charges In Mississippi which wero coterminous. Tho negro received a considerably LICK larger salary than his while brother, who nske-- lilai If It was nut his cus Mrs. D. A. Hervey and children, tom to expel his members who failed to pay. "No, Ikhs." he replied, "we 'are sick with flu. Little Mits Marjory Estridgc Is re- would not like to put the gospel on a money linsls. We gets them to ported to have flu. subscribe, nntl If they don't pay wo R. G. Woods was in Frankfort turns them out for lying." Memphis Commerclal'Apiveal. Friday on business. ing. Messrs. Holman J. McMlllian, s and Marvin McCulley spent Friday night with Mr. and Mrs. n Ray. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Dailey entertained at dinner Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Elijah McMlllian, and son, Miss-c- s Alice and Agnes Ray. Ru-fuHar-riso- Miss Fay Ward Is reported to havi tonsolitis at this writing. Mr. James Routt will leave soon to Mrs. Anna Ellis is better at this visit hit mother In Russclvillc, Ky. writing also Mr. OH I.edfonl and Mr. Madlion has returned from family. Richmond, where he has been visiting Mrs. R. W. Estridgc is able to be relatives and friends. about the house again nfter several ilrs. Newell McQucrry, of Carlton, days illness. III., was called here by the death of Miss Stella West, of Wcsleyar. Col her mother. Mrs. Duddcrar. lege, Winchester, spent the week-enThe remain of Mrs. Liizie Thomas with home folks. of Lexington, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Conn cntcrtnincti Miss Mrs. Josh Hurt, were buried at Collettc and Mr. John Tudor at sup- J per Saturday night. Mrs. Charles Graves and Mrs.' Messrs. William and Jim Harve Georgia Parson wero called to the bedside of Mrs. Graves' father, in Ralston, were in the city this week buying merchandise. Fleming county. Rev. Otis Hughson will preach at We wish to correct on error that ML Tabor next Sunday, March 12th was published in Point Leavcll let ter in the last issue of the Central All come and hear him. Rev. W. P. Rogers was called to Record, stating that Miss Edna Mil chell vt(.b to leave soon for Holly- - Xlcholasvillc to preach the funeral wood. Calif. It was a mistake, as of Mr. Luther Brooks Monday. Mrs. Geo. Todd is on the sick list she has no intentions, whatever. this week nnd also Mrs. A. B. Est ridge and seven of the King family WOLF TRAIL Mrs. B. J. Skaggs and children, Powell Dailey has been on the Mrs. spent several days with her mother, sick list. and sister at Campbcllsvillc last Mrs. Clyde Simpson spent last week. week with her parents. Friends of Miss Chaitine Metcalf The tobacco from this section has have received word that she mar all been delivered. almost ried about three weks ago to Mr. Rev. Insko was a dinner guest Back, of Stanford. Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Powell Dall Mrs. Robt. Walker entertained In honor of her father's birthday the Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mobcrlcy and following: Mesdames F. H. Smith, daughter, were guests Sunday of Mr. Woods Walker, H. J. Patrick, H. S, and Mrs. Willie Matters. trancli, B Ramsey and Robert Misses Alice and Agnes Ray, of Walker. Poor Ridge, arc here for a few days visit with Mrs. Elijah McMlllian. Whsre Squarsntst Counts. A country Is not made great by the Mrs. W.,T. Moberley fell last Thursday morning and was severely number of square mile It contains, hurt, but Is doing nicely nt this writ- hut by the number of square people It Dayton NVw d Incorporated in Kentucky 36 Years Ago (Kentucky) has been identified with the business and economic life of the people of the State of Kentucky. the State of Kentucky in the year 1886. For 36 years the Standard Oil Company It was incorporated under the laws of The Company's home office is located at Louisville. Kentucky. And all its officers and directors, as well as a large part of its stockholders, are citizens of the State or Kentucky. effic- iently equipped refinery THE HOME OF NEW CROWN GASOLINE, "The Perfect Motor Fuel." It operates at Louisville a most modern and It operates 150 tank stations and service stations with every modern facility for the greatest possible convenience and service to the public. It pays more than $1,500,000.00 a year in salaries and commissions to its representatives in the State of Kentucky. contains. Scientists Cress Fish Bresds. SclentIM have sucreedetl In crossing herrings with white flh. the result being a nh ns well flavored as the herring, but with fewer bantu. PAINT It pays approximately $400,000.00 a year under the various city, state and county license and inspection laws of the State of Kentucky. It maintains a large force of thoroughly dependable employes, whose cooperation, loyalty and efficiency have contributed largely to the building up and susservice to the public. taining of its great state-wid- e Upon the superior quality of its products, its efficient organization and excellent service station and tank station system throughout the state, the Company hopes to merit the public's continued patronage and good will. 4 Two Through Trains Daily Birmingham New Orleans Limited Lv. Lv. Lv. Ar. Ar. Lexington Dam-M- New Orleans Crescent City Special Lv. Lv. Lv. Ar. Ar. Ar. Lexington 10:30 P.M. Somerset Chattanooga ilrmleaaam Ar. Naw Of I sa 10:40 11:40 12:50 6:20 10:35 10 JO AM. AM. P.M. P.M. P.M. AM. Danville.. Somerset Chattanooga Birmingham New Orleans 11:30P.M. 12:40 AM. 6:20 AM. ....10 JO AM. 10:00 P.M. Standard Oil Company Incorporated In Kentucky Pullman Sleeping Cars and Coaches Dining Cars Serving All Meals alsealm ear reservations or other Tlefctt Aftt.nl, or address, Informal, awty H. C. KINO, DMrkft Passenger Agent. 194 North Limestone Street. Lexington, Ky. jsjjsjsjsjsjsjjjjjgjssjjsJjjjjsJBJ Th Central Rscord, Lancaster, Ky Thursday Mch 9. 922 1 FAVORITE DISHES OF AMERICAN PIONEERS Ancestors Instinctively Selected Balanced Rations. Chsmlsts Have Discovered In Recent Yeara Three Substaneea Which They Call Vltamlnee of Cabbage. kr Ihs L'nllxl fill" IsartnBt f Astlcslluis I mill milk mid bread and milk )luh were favorite dishes of the pioneer rk and So, loo, wa In America. brim. When the first studies of the coiiioltlnn of foods weremado, and It wn found thnt then wn mucll protein and fat In milk nnd much starch how our In cereal", nnple sold, Instinctively chose balanced ancestor rations." The fact that these pioneer often ate blueberries or huckleberries) or rnspbe.rle with their mush and milk, and cabbage with tbelr pork and beans, wn not considered very Ignlfl-cansay food seelnllt of the United State Department of Agvlculturo. Ttie herrlra ujiil Ihe cabbage are now known to be ns necessary to the balanced meat as the bread, the milk This Is ! thu xirk, or the cause chemist have discovered In recent jenra In food three substance which they mil vttatnlnes nnd declare to be as lfnMrtant as protein, fnt ami starch. These vltiimlne they one from another by the letter It and 0. Mor lm:ortnnce Is than revtiiily to the mineral urh v cnlrlum (lime), suhManert. phosphorus mid Iron, In ttie light of this newer knowledge bread and milk or mush and milk Is not ii complete nil ton, Imtiium- - It lack vltnmlne C, It I likely also to lack t, distln-guMied I I B I M I aaV a sbbbbbb llaVI 1 I lffr4-- l irrpi4 I WSm When you refinM, y0Ur floors A New Floor Over Night Cm mlrror-llkaiurfaca. with P In thaavenlnflyoucais. not the furniture back within twelve houre on beautiful, bard, Flr Varnlth stands the constant coming Pee Gee Floor Varnish with vitamlne It and Iron unless the cereal used Is made from Ihe whole grain, Ilerrles supply what Is Jacking In the cereal and the milk. Therefore, until chemists discover eome new need of the human body, mush, milk and berries, In any proportions thnt n person would be likely to eat them, may be considered an eiceptlnnally though simple meat. Mentis supply much protein, so much In fact that lliey ore often called meat substitutes. Of late It has lecn found, to be sure, thnt the protein of common henn Is not comJete, but this simply sbow the wisdom of those who started this custom of serving n little mej protein In the form of pork with lienn. lloshle ttie protein, this 1IM1 supplies an abundance of fat, which come from the jwirk, nnd an nbun dance of stnrrh, which comes from the lien lis. I.Ike inot dishes made from dried vegetable or fruit. It Is well supplied with mineral siihMnncc, It shows only one hick that of The pioneers, therefore, who ute cold law with pork and beans, added Hie one tiling needed to make the mrnl complete, for cabbage sti-- l piles nil three, vitamlne. vita-min- Rheumatism a at 60 hr S. S. 8. TWosaMy RM the leV el Rheumatism Imparities. Pomehntr'a mother Is suffering to ntghtt The scourgo of rhsumsttaea has wrecksit her UxlX! limping and suffering, bent forwsnl, she see but aged lh common ground, but heart still bekinga to tha atarsl Dos nnylxxjjr cars? P. B.H. la ens of Uia known, and It irreatest heir's tiulM mora blood cells. Ita medicinal Ingredltnta aro purely vegetable. It never illsarrangea thn stomach. It Is. In fart, a splendid tonic, n Mood maker, a blond enrlrhrr. It bnnlahe rheumatism from Joints, muscles and the entlrn bodr. It builds firm flesh. mother needs It Is what somebody tonlthtl Mother, If you can not pi out to get n bottle of H. 8. R. rourself, eurelr somebody In your family wilt. Homebody, get a bottla of RH.H.SOWI aomefiodr's mother bestn to feel Joyful again tonight. Maybo, maytja How gtorloaa you wilt feel, msthrr, Vu yp-mother! H. B. H. Is sold at whrn yoar rhramallim ! nil t all itrug stores. In two sites. Tha 0,B.B.dtlt. It will build yea or, toot larger slio is tbo mora aconomlcal. "S. S. S. Is for sale, nt Mcltobcrta Diuir Store." aB Lt !, jr I na Solntt of many feet. Scratches Barer show white It will not crack anal It lit ha rnott economical or b tea you can ute. surfaces needing a lasting and beautifying coat of . varnish use Immediate Spray Need ed To Get Peach Leaf Curl Immediate sprayings with the standard dormant application of lima sulphcr arc necessary if the peach lenf curl, recognized ns one of the most serious diseases of peach trees In the State, Is to be controlled during the coming season, according to orchard specialists nt the Kentucky Kxpcrimcnt Station. Agricultural If the spray is delayed until nftcr the buds swell, complete control of the disease cannot be obtained. In For best results on other TfXff. Wmmm A shiny aurfaci! on I lnird-wi- many seasons, the dlseate destroy all unsprnyed fruit, not only causing it to drop but also weakening the tree, thu specialists say. st 1 l llixim Possibly Lloyd Ocorge continues to hold on because the Urltlsh nre content to "let George do it." an abomination. I ., used Instcnd of Cornflake tuny oalinenl for delirious cookies. Kollage pnllited over In silver, gilt nnd itolychromc Is the thing for the winter vase. tnhlcsKionful of lukcunnn wnter added to rtrgs befon mixing In n ce ke wUI make It tight nnd sxmiy. A It's unwise for a woman to marry a man with the expectation of reforming him He might entertain similar ideas Some peoj lc complain that Jazx music cnujes wnrts on their feet S. S. S. LUMBER CO I INsiln Os)airsr1 Co fswMs. lCOaBWSXaH Kr. their brains, fertile enough to support not being wart. I THREE IMPORTANT PRINCIPLES TO CONSIDER IN HOME WATER SUPPLY Capital $50,000.00 Surplus $60,000.00 Honor Roll Bank. 4 per cent paid on time posits. Call and see us. J. V 2? de- Top Dressing Helps The Clover And Boosts Wheat Yields Top (Inuring wheat with an appli. cation of about four tons of stable manure an acre In many cases lias resulted In average increases tif as muck as right bushels an acre in the yield of the crop, according to experimental rriulta bring cited by soil specialists at the College U1 Agriculture to ahow Kentucky farmers the value of the method. Tep dressing quickens the growth of grain In the spring and encourages a pood stand of gram or clover if these sire grown In wheat. Top dressing with straw ti!n is recommended provided It te applied rely and at the rate of not more When a man rnaVrt a fool of lm than one ton an acrr. This practice has increased wheat yield from one elf a shrewd wife Ml him what to two bushels an acre and improved a wise bird he Is. That puta hlni in the stand of clover. If ned at this prime condition for a touch. time of the year, straw should be ap idled only to poor land where wheat dors not succeed and wheru it is dif ficult to obtain a stand of clover. Care should be taken In top dress ing wheat to see that the manure is not applied too heavily. Coarse manure should be avoided as much as possible Many farmers who are troubled with gullies In which it is dilflcult to obtain a stand of grass are using manure as a top dressing to good ad' dressing, which helps the growth of grass, hax been found to be one of the most clTicient methods of stop ping gulley and washing, they say, If the supply of manure it limited J.ho parts of the Held that are sab jret to washing could bo top drcssei most profitably, the specialists have pointed out J. Walker, President. Champ, GUI, t, W. F. W. O. L. G. J. L. W. F. .Mrs. Hlgncy, Ais't. to the Davidson, Cashier. President Assistant Cashier. Miller, Assistant Cashier. Naomi Hamilton, Teller. CITIZENS NATIONAL LANCASTER. KY. BANK. Corner Public Square and Danville Street. $6.00 Pays for Both SUBSCRIBE FOR YOUR HOME PAPER THE CENTRAL AND RECORD THE LOUISVILLE HERALD Kentucky's Greatest Newspaper You, Should Read The Louisville Herald metropolitan dally paper that contains a complete telegram ami cable service covering the worlil. State news from correspondents in all parts of Kentucky. The Herald's local service gives all the news of Louisville and suburbs. Society, Financial, Market and Sport pages, aro in chargo of the most reliable authorities on these special subjects. A Does it meaiTrtnythlng to you to bo supplied with a daily newspaper that interests every member of the family? Then it is 'the Louisville Herald you want in addition to your local paper. desire the Sunday Herald add $2.50 If to your remittance. Order your subscription through you-als- THE CENTRAL RECORD LANCASTER, KY. , Her Chance. Cons to the Dogs. IVte Itmdilng. who Is Inking singing Headline "Hermits Hot Grass and leson, (old hl wife the other day Hark." We should rather expect them that some time In the fiat lire his voice to- moo or whinny. Boston Transcript might keep the wolf from their Moor, j Explaining a Home Problem. She uild -- lie was sure of It, If the vVhcn n woman get o husband who wolf ever honrl It. Arkansas Thomai can't saw n board stra ::lit shiwgets Cot herself. to lie a pretty fair cartK-nteAncient Sulphur. Jewell (Knn.) Ilepuhllcen. Sulphur l one of the ulilint known clement. The ancient Assyrlnn alLargest Egg. chemists regarded It ns the principle A New Vork museuru has n speciof combustion on nccount of It men of Hie largest bird'" egg In the nnd termed It brimworld. Hint of i'ie extinct nepyornl ot meaning. Ilternlly. burning stone," Mndnpn-cnr- . With a shell stone. x of mi Inch thick and -- il Inches In clr cuinfereiici' One Farmer's Wltc Who Would Appreciate Hunnlng Water. Changed Air Helps Plants. Love'a 0e:t3wal. Itecent experiment hnve shown that I nlu I 8IM rrpu4 kr Itt Acr. 'tiltur ) t)pitm.l The tlrst nnd most Importnnt eonsld To rcl't moi f the time you enitlon Is to get n supply of clean wn crop can be Incrcnsed fniu one and It U fnuuily suWI Hint running n half to four time by an 'alteration mut nhn to be right nil of the time. water Is lite jdvot li)ii wlilrli much ter. Ily clean wnter Is meant water In Iho nlr which the plmit breathe. Thnt mean effort to under which I ImiIIi clear and pure. GikmI liioUeru cuuveiiUtiiee mil) comfort turn, The method N n simple one. nnd con- stand enrli pnilem that comes up. farm water supplies nre uxually but III m rmsuit auney. tike vhootlng In the fnmi wells, spring and cisterns. sists of IncreiiMrtg He proportion of Snap Ju lsnieii' Iiv limde by the rnlti-Klute Depart-iiii'i- it dark ! general I mlsse the mark. carbonic ncld In the air of Agriuultuie .nnd the stute Water fnui well on furms U freagricultural ruling luJL northern and quently contaminated and contains the Ouitamlnnteil wnuestem Cntr. ily .'11' kt cent of "line of the farm koiiies report having run- ter mny lie Hie cause of outlirenkx oj typlmld fever, djsentery nnd other ning wiitrr, that Is. wnter from dlMnler among metnbers of a fuiiivt, slid jxtsMlily nvullnble for um In oth.-- r riKima Unldi n Uie kltrlien. the family. Purity First Consideration. Slxty-lhmit of the Jujiiicm have I'roin tho stniidHdiit of economy, ull uter In Hie kJtrhen anly, tbst I", from a yump or poxslMy JihiiI mndltlona which would hnve a by mealiH of a liuo ittiirluil iMtirlng on obtaining rleau wnter and to ji burnt liH'altil Inside or outside putting It Into the bouse with com en of the kltrlien. lluurter, lu t per lent nnd senUviiMo etiuliiiiM-ii- t shouli! To allow n child to become exiravnRant, no matcent of the lioutrtf tlwrn Is n cliiV with be determined. So matter how cheap drniR, even though In tusiiy cur thu the system. If the wnter I not clean or ter how well-oi- r the parents may be, is to seriously water umiI lm to Ih-- enrrjed Inu the the equipment Is not serviceable or interfere with the development of its character. houM Jiy the (uillful. In til per gent convenient, the Investment I u xir Extravagance breeds idleness and a lack of apof the ',."ill holiiea Into wldWi tlw vu-te- r one, say rural engineer of the rnltcd States Department of Agriculture. most be cnrrUtl tlda vtxk la preciation of values. A pampered and over-indulg! unliiili. Of P.H71I alisuerlag Plan first of nil to do the neivsMiry child cn:i r.uvir really experience those joys and balli-Uib- s work to give thoroughly clean sur the questioii 1M mt vnt iu plenam In tbtlr licincK. 'lti, mote rank-i- - roundings; next Minre the proier math: ; ; ? '.ho birfhright of chiltlhood. hUliit reKirted 4i kt ivnt of terial to protect thu well. Ily lumitrr liiu.nlunltv bathtub, and th unu km to local prlcea of material uiid labor lh rush outlay nceilcil inn Ik eusllj- mklng lowest .'1 per ivnt. determined, A Doon to Farm Wcmcn. lu Hie majority of cumm It will be found that ttu well or spring elngle tlilog brings so much io unu women In meeting their can be located and protected by Ihe iulle insk us does Hie of run- use of nuitertiil iiviillnble on the fiirin, ning water. It U lllldimbteilly tin' such a old brick, otiHiex, etc with a need III life tmlay cnMi outlay for llttlo except tvmeiil. on iiiore than of the fiirnis ir, In case of a lini well, for Iron Ttie nrhctit of the luillituti, Hie Indoor rasing. The Mime principle should be toilet and other couteiibiKva tli'ixnd- - applied In iJnnnliig the wnlersiipply ' All material and lalior cut upon running wnter bring not only iiiulpmeiit. release from drudgery but n sciise of available en (lie farm or lu the Immllly I pride and ownership ublih I an Im- should first Im utlllied, and only such portant ii factor In u womun'a succoa cash XHudltun sliuuld he made us I neecnry to nmke tlie system com In her dully round f work us U modCENT ON TIME AND SAVINCs plete, serv Iceablo and convenient, but ern nuicliliiery. Tin; Ihn-luiNrtaiit prluclplea to tld practice should not be curried to ronslder In the subject of water supply tins extent of using poor miitertal for thu furtu homo are: It I iiecv- - which will later glut trouble In the )ary to have rjiiui water; there should I'pcrutlon of the plant. KnniieiV Hub I bo omviiiUiit mid scnlrvuhlit eiulv-tnei- it lelln IM1, Wnter Systems for Kurm LANCASTER KY. to furnish running witter lu the Homes, give ttctalled Infonnalloii In Cheques, which aro good in Iioum; and this convenient aupply of regard to the selection of sources of su umveu nio oin.ea aim an joreiffn countries. snfe wuler should be secured with water supply and pumping mid storing water for homo ue. ctHiomy, r one-eight- h rnnnt futlii-liom- e llae. lnin i e jt ARE YOUR nillx CHILDREN EXTRAVAGANT? dio ed a - gn-iitr- rurul-hoiiid tun-thlr- if I mm. Hi rosm.ER de. e The Garrard Bank & Trust Go tYu "travelers it The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thurtday, Mch 9, 1922 wmmmmm&mmmmmmummmm CJutifttd Ctftunn RATES hi 'i r. a r n .i i i la Single Insertions Ic a word No ad taken for less than 20c In this column. No ads in tlili column charged. Seven Insertions for the price of five. Phone orders must be paid promptly. i Sheik THE TOP NOTCH OF MOTION ENTERTAINMENT PICTURE Romans Opera House TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY Office rooms for rent 'loor. - on second Cltlxens National Bank. llort and MuU Feed will keep your stotk In food condition. Hudson & Farnau. FOR posts. SALE Lot of good fence James (?. Conn, Lancaster, Ky., R. No. 1. seller of the day. picture do luxe, Is a motlor COLORFUL, VIVID, ENTHRALLING, THRILLING, ROMATIC, produced nt tremendous expense for your delljrht. It Is n picture of tremendous heart nppenl, faithfully adapted from tho book, the best SCENES OF SHEER FOR MAGNIFICIENT BEAUTY, FOR DRAMATIC ACTING, FOR COLORFUL THRILLS, one after another, for the Kreat heart romance of the proud Knxlish irl and the mnn MARCH 'THE .SHEIK" 14th and 15th FOR SALE. Seventy stock ewes, quantities tit suit purchaicr. W. S. Carrier Phone 53. In Ky. Standing Hurley Tobacco Seed for sale, the old kind, pounds and qunl Ity, $1.50 per ounce. IJ. F. Kelley, Lancaster, R. 1 nox 173. 1- notch picture entertainment To miss this picture is to miss the greatest one of nil time. vho ruled a tribe, "THE SHEIK" reaches the top 11 -- 'coTcclialli nuite, Cpu To ike- - I II i Sprirj Opening TTvlarck 14tk and w Klp"xr5n - lSlk I: Ai illioWlm I1HL GUY. H. & S. rOGUE CO. CINCINNATI, OHIO FOR SALE: Nice pair of mare The Senior B. Y. P. U. held a very hands, 5 years mules about 15 enjoyable social Tuesday evening of old wnJI broken. If you need this week In the Knights of Pythias good team see these mule. Elmore. HalL Mirthfu games, sociability, (2-- 1 J. good refreshments and a EGGS FOR SALE From Pure oration by an Baptist, llred ltufT Wvandottc chickens. 15 with all the e rousements and for $1.00. Phone 359. mournful intonation, made the eveC. II. Simpson, ning pais quickly and pleasantly. Lancaster, Ky. Similar occasions are planned for FOR SALE Four thorough bred from time to time. The topic for the Bible study this Duroc Jersey sows; three have pigs, III one soon to farrow. Price right. week was "M,racle their variety veracity." Sec Coleman Hicks, Lancaster, hy. and The Woman's Missionary Society helpful cottage meetings III We will have a ear of sound ear are holding and mission study this for prayer corn on track first of week at a very week. Our Home Mission tlelds has 111 attractive price for wagon loads. been the topic each afternoon. Book your orders now. The church business meeting was Hudson & Farnau. postponed last week until next Sat (It.) Baptist Church News I .) I soul-stirrin- g old-tim- in .) , I Wnnted to WANTED: sale, from owner I hearFall delivery. a farm forprice. lowest for FARM of Give urday. A larjre atendance is desired. The Overland Is still ahead in that auto race In the Sunday School, Come on, let's keep within shouting distance anyway. The subject for next Sunday morning's sermon will be "Family AlTairs of a Judge in Sodom." In the evening, "Jacob the Bargain Hunter." Let we forget! Remember our Convention books close April 30th. What shall the record of our church be. There are times that test our loyalty and our love for the Master. Our failure to meet our Campaign pledges means that our Minion boards must borrow money and pay Interest until we pay or It spells retrenchment In some of our fields for lack of funds to push the work. We cannot atford to have them do cither. Let us pray thru and we will not fall to pay too. (lt.pd.) La t L. Jones, Box 551, Onley, III. 1 ilr. Joo Brewer and quite ill. The baby of Mr. and Mrs. Wm.'B"Vu. , o Judson, Mrs. Hoyd ln"Knt-'I Steel is sick. Ray, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Yater, of Mr. Jake Foley visited Mr. Frank Teatorsvlllc. recently. Arnold Mr. Wm. Walker continues ill, but Lionel i . some better at thu time. D. Uaker is visiting her son,' Mrs. J. New ! Mr. Ed Dakcr and Mrs. Baker. Louisville Mr. Jftfl Turner tvn mln.fr rtf Mr. and Mrs. James Yantls Wednei- -' TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY, day. i Mrs. Cora Green spent from Fri- MARCH 21it. AND 22nd. day until Monday with Paint Lick rcl. ' atives. j Lionel Barrymore In "The Claw" Mr. and Mrs. V. T. Sutton were wnicn comeslto the Shubcrt Theatre, guests Sunday afternoon of Mrs. Louisville, Tuesday nnd Wednesday, Zelia Donaldson ( March 21st and 22nd., scored a real no,ton-HackleMr. Jake Foley spent Sunday at hit in f?w York 9ity and WouA to like with his parents, Mr. and TLh'e ,cltlcs wcrc thclr "n"18 sugar-coateBut Hen- Mrs. Phillip Foley. is acrid, even bit- ri Mr. and Mr, Mack Turner and gtrlkM , to the ,.The ctillur-espent Sunday with Mr. and- -, erU(,, u f cyn,ca,( 3Irs. Noah Marsce. u the fQry of the infntuaUon Mrs. Zelia Donnldson, of Richmond ;0f a famous man for nn intriguing arrived Saturday for a visit with hercht f n girl of how she wheedle I nephew, Mr. Harry D. Hlce. na bleeds him, of his debasement E. F Mr. John Lane, of McCrcary was' and his eventual destruction. the Sunday guest of his brother, Mr.jllarkins in the Boston Advertiser says "It is one of the most powerful Wm. Lane and Mrs. Lane. ro,e morn dranm' , Jhe mcr; recent Mr. James Yantis was a " ,,k. dinner guest, of Mrs. Curt Robinson since Mansfield was blazing round the Mrs Arthusa Currey, of Lancasand country in 'Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde' ter. and 'The Parisian Romance.' " Mrs. Ollie Graham and baby, of Here, then, is strong meat, and McCrcary were guests Tuesday of New York and Boston playgoers pass-e- 4 Mesdames Milton Ward and C. R. by the lollipops in favor of this Henry. was most disorhardier faretm .Mil f r.n. IT n . Mill,I ganizing to the This UVIIV IIIVJIU, ,4. Mil majority of managers daughter, Nell, of Crab Orchard, who thought they at least had learnwere recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. ed what the public wants ;and it was Ed Baker. correspondingly gratifying to Arthur Misses Carrie, Maud and Beulah Hopkins who produced "The Claw." Yater, and Mr. Gobel Pendleton spent Tho management of the theatre is giv. a delightful day Sunday with Miss ing special attention to mail orders and out of town patZella Prlchctt of Stanford. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Doolln and rons will receive the same attention daughters, Cora and Flora, were the as will purchasers at the ticket win ueU the past week of Mr. and dow. 11 rs. Jim D. Ray, of I.oyd. The silly age Is the time when they Mr. and Mrs. Roy Prathcr and chil- know the most. dren, returned to their home Tuesday Some people just drift through after spending the past two weeks life and out at tho other end. with Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Walker. Mesdames J B. Baker and Ed And still, Movie Director Taylor Baker and daughter, Zcda Byrl were might have been killed by a shooting Visitors Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Pres. star. ton Snyder of the Poor Ridge road. To keep in the middle of the road Mtu Zella Prlchctt has returned to her home in Stanford, after a these days a fellow would have to pleasant visit with her cousins, Miss- - walk about ten feet In the air. cs Carrie, Maud and Rculah Yater. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Yater enter- ncd last Sunday with a sumptu- family aro I 0Uf dinint;. their guests being, Mr. Barrymore And Original York Cast At d. clJ Monday between LOST: Lancaster and my farm, Headlight 9 The best place to Ret GOOD MEAT is nt a Finder Dillon Lens for Hiipmoblle. FOR SALE: Have lust received please call 393 or leave at County market where only Kood ment is sold. a pen of White Plymouth Rocks Judge's olficc Forest Stapp. ITS COSTS NO MORE. THIS IS THE PLACE. from the poultry farm of Frank Everything new in GROCERIES nnd NOTIONS, Clover Seed, Foy, Clinton, Iowa, to add to my run SALE:-Sw- ect llrinjr us your Krks nnd Country Produce. flock. Can now furnish Cockerels at white bloom type. Extra nice. MaLady clerks every Saturday. $2.00 a $2.00 and Pullets at ll.CO each. Eggs jority of them scariticd. Phono 274-R- . in season at $1.00 for 15. bushel. Mrs. J. G. Burnslde, J. A. Owens, Crab Orchard, (3-- 2 Route No. 2. Lancaster, Ky., Phone 378-F- . STANFORD STREET. 2t pd.) Routo Ne"l. FOR SALE: Two fall Big Type CRM Poland China Boars, by Peter Pan, Notice out of son of Revelation; Three fall till safety Is in The greatest Jealousy keeps many a woman To the members of the Franklin Boars by Black Prince, out of Orcing sitrnce. looking her best. Lodge No. 7, I. O. 0. F.: Lad Son. J. 8. Skinner, Marcellus, Ky. Every member is requested to be Nearly cvcryt!lnR is catnoflaged The fellow who believe In safety these-daypresent Monday night, March 13th. except legs. first is not always the first to play neatly done, alio Shoe repairing There will be a visiting team to conIf congress eventually passes a safe. ' vlctrolas, guns, refer the first degree. Refreshments watches, clocks, general repairing. bonus law it probably will be The day of the June bride Is hopvolvers, and will be served. ping along. Likewise of the June-buPrices reasonable Near Walker's John W. Wood, Sec'y. (It.) Livery stable. The main objection to Eght wines Allen Thompson & Son. and brer is the fart that an overplus It takes a truly brave man to sideDissolution Notice track a light when he knows he eoutd SALE: Soma rancy Thoro-bre- becomes too heavy. FOR Notice is hereby given that the ... lick the other fellow. Owen Farm, Thompkins' Strain tvnue jou pause iin your i Aero Club of Kentucky, a corpoS. C. Rhodo Island Red Roosters, alDo you know of a confirmed pessiby the other fellow get there ration organized under the laws of Prices the aid of his determination. mist? Use him as a solemn warnKentucky, ha been dissolved by the so eggs from same strain. ing, least you meet tho same fate. conA-n- t of Us stockholders as re- reasonable. Call and sec, phone or It's no wonder some people invari Mrs. Fred Hall, write quired by law. know After 'nil, the spendthrift is of Paint Lick,, Ky. ably say toe much. They don't All persons having claims against (tf.) how to shut up when they havo said some use in the world. He help to said corporation will present them to feed other people's families. Barred Rock eggs for sale at $1.00 enough. R. E. McRobcrts nt once. per setting or Sets, per egg by the L. L. Walker, Chairman, 100. Flock headed by E. II. Thomp R. E. McRobcrts, Secfy. & Treas. son Strain. Phone 378-(3.2lt.) Mrs. Tandy Center, Paint Lick, Ky., Route No. 2. New Groceries and Meat S. H, ESTES o' s g. Of d, J" AT COn FOR CASHi Eggs Fox Hatching: Pure bred Bulf Leghorns, Brown Leghorns, and MY SINGLE COMB Rhode Island Red. $1.00 for 15, .for BROWN LEGHORN To The Tobacco Growers EGGS! - I VI 10 for 75cts., 100 for $4.00 In Lancaster. 10 for $1.00. 100 for $5.00 by mall prepaid within third zone. 1. Reds; 75cts. for Brown Leghorns. Phono 387-Q- . Mrs. Hubert Carter, Ijincaster, R. No. 3. Buir Leghorns nnd It. f Garrard, Lincoln & Adjoining Counties The recoivinR plants of tho Hurley Tobacco Association at Lancaster will Growers' handle crop numbers 875 TO 1000 INCLUSIVE. ve ERLE C. FARRA BOX 173, LANCASTER, KY. lm Egrjt FROM OUR S. C. DARK BROWN LEGHORNS. SHOES. SHOES! Slightly worn, for women and children at the old Brummett stand, near tho Garrard Look for the sign of Warehouse. "The house of many shoes." A. J. Thompson, Proprietor. Disk Harrows, $15; Oliver Riding Plows, 50 and $15; Breeching, $0.50; Brass Top Hames $2.00; Brace Chains, OScts.; Cord Collars $1.00 to $4.00; Bk. Bands, 40cti; Collar pads, 45cts. Cook Stoves $20 to and $85.00. Wire Fence. 67 per rod. 07 1- FOR THE WEEK STARTING MARCH 13th & Baby Chicks FOR MALU Greatest winter laycru and money makers. Eggs, $1,25 per 10 and up. Chicks IScts. and up Give them a trial if not satisfied we will return your money. WATCH THIS PAPER EACH WEEK FOR YOUR NUMBER. All thoso holding these numbers must phone Lancaster NTo G0r between the hours of 8 A. M. and five I ,M., for a DEFINITE DATE FOR DELIVERY. DO NOT BRING tobacco before beiritf tfiven a DEFINITE DATE, as wo cannot receive it unless you havo been given A DATE FOR DELIVERY. IJring your tobacco ON THE STICK. J. R. MOUNT & CO. Pit Games Kazle Heads and Virginia Reds Eggs for hatching $3.00 for 16. Jim Ballard. Phone 378-Lancaster, Ky. W JOHN M. TOBACCO GROWERS Rockdale Poultry Firm rhoat t-- i Hrruiilllt Ks. 1 . Wtai. fssee, r. j. ASSOCIATION FARRA, Mmmih, Uf DpL, Laauittr.