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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): March 16, 1922 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1922 cen1922031601_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 16, 1922 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1922 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE CENTRAL RECORD. TH"TT IKCOND YEAR LANCASTER. KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON. MARCH 16, 1922. Great Mass Meeting Man Of The Count? Call For Special Meeting Monday Nllht, March 20th, 1922. NURIIR 49. CAMPAIGN START- Eloquent Speakers Will CIRCUIT Plead For The Red COURT OPENS ED TO BOOST March 19th. Croat BUILDING Convened Last Monday 'And 26th. Fpi Three Weeks Local Firm Join National Housing Movement Inters tivo Conitruction Planned Under Slogan "Build With The Bird.' Preparations for the coming Ked Cross Roll Call to be held from March 24th. to March list., Inclusive are Chamber Of Commerce Presbyterian Holds Interesting Church Notes March Next Sunday afternoon, Meeting Term The March term of the Garrard Circuit Court convened here last Monday morning, with Judge Charles A. Ilardln on the bench. The court A llvejy activity thu spring in was promptly culled to order by building in l.ancatrr Is indicated Koblnson, this being sheriff James by the Interest which Is being taken his first official duty at .i circuit locally In a movement for morr and The grand Jury was court term. better houses, sponsored by n numthrn called nnd not a single one of ber of local business mm. For sevthe twelve asked t. be excused, for eral yearn building hai been below which the court thinked them. The normal, but the low price to which Instructions then followed which conmoat building matrial ban dropped sumed only a short time. availand the abundance of labor The selection of the petit Jury conable for construction purpose, male sumed only a few minutes. The it probable that with the addrd ttlmU commonwealth docket was then calllus of thii "Build with the Birds" ed and several rases quickly disposed campaign, which Is now being startof. Among them being the case of ed, there will be a building boom Kobcrt Lunsford charged with the such a thi community ha. not ex murder of Brown Jasper about one perienced in years. year ago, near llryantsvllle. This The following firmi are coopera case was given the Jury after a ting thla week in the movement to and a verd'et returned in a "build with the bird" ai their few minutes of not guilty. Court will show on another page) wn adjourned until Friday morning. Com- In thi. Issue- ll.ntm Lumber The following constitute the Juries: piny, h. I. tiainei, dootlloe and Grand Jury Walker Brothers. Storme. Drug Store, (i. A. Howling, It. L. ilurton, J. of Mt. Stirling, Ky., will inand Vanhook and Wood, Hudson terest and enthuse all attending this D. Itankin, Abe Ilurton. Milton Ward, Famau and C. I). McCarthy. Hoy llroadus. 11. C. Kuble, G. II. service. Is really to the interest of the, "It There will be no soliciting of Koblnson, J. II. Wiods, Sum Hardin, entire community," explain 11. I). meeting. J. J. Sebastian and Nick Sanders. Haitin, of the Bastln Lumber Coin funds at the union of I G. It. Koblnson was named for fore promoter! Next Monday representative pany, one of the actie Ked Cross will arrive man. of thi movement, "that a. manyl the American P.llt lury a sl In Lancaster arid make their headnew houses be built thin opting S. M. Turner, Hugh Kurti. A. II. quarter, at the Chamber of Comare needed and that they be a atKooms, while compiling a Sadler, Price Bourne, M. O. Kentractive and well designed a. it I merce men nedy. Millard Ham. It. C. Clark, Joe complete list of all possible to make them. There it nothing which to mark a city ai a In the county who are entitled to Kelley. II. II. Curt.s. G. T. Ilallard. compensation by reason of being dis- Jr., C. M. Dean. John T. Henry. desirable place to live and rear a good work and Forest Curtis. G. M. Dlshon. It. C. family a to lie known a. a city of abled. This is will help many a soldier who is in Iloaln, Hen Naylor, J. T. Thompson. attractive homes. who is unable to earn his Hayden Leavcll, Walter Arnold, "A healthy revival of building at need and living. The Liaison Section of the John Tribble. J. W. Sweeney, Kli thla time would aid materially to the Cross, has already help- Cox, W II. Lackey and Sam Sutton., prosperity of almost every line of American Ked ed many disabled soldiers. business In this city. Whenever peoService ple build homes they Immediately begin to need all the other thing that Big Twenty years ago tomorrow, Saint go with It, and to make up the comPatricks day, Supervisors prrsont foreman the Central Kecord's fort, of home life, and there ia and head compositor, The County Hoard of Supervisors Mr. - N. Miller, st irted his work as scarcely a commercial enterprise In Monday a very small "devil" in this office the community that U not called In- began their dutiis last morning In the office of tax Com- and has continued that service with to service. "Our campaign here in Lancaster missioner, A. T. Scott and it looks out much as two weeks interruption, Is simply a part of a very general like a month of good hard work they up to the present time. His untirmovement all over the country to pro- will have to do in adjusting the ing energy, faithfu'ness, and applicamote building with a view to reliev- HOO.OOO rai.e by the State Tax Com- tion to business, puts him today as The board the foremost compositor In the State, ing the house shortage, which has mission at Frankfort. seriously affected living conditions in consists of Messrs. James Sutton, barring none. Many people who William Simpson, Dr. 11. II. Montmany localities. Mr. Miller we congratulate you have been expecting to build and gomery and W, 11. Mom, all promi- upon this splendid service ntid we were financially able to do so have nent citiiens of the county and trust our future business relations been holding off until prices of ma- thoroughly capable of performing the may be as pleasant as it has always terial and labor became more rea- Important duties assigned them. The been in the past. sonable. Men who are familiar with1 members were sworn in by County conditions believe that most of the Judge C. M. Trcadway and now Bites Off adjustments have been completed! face the onerous task of adding Mr. Hen Swope had the misfor and that prices have reacned a stage over two hundred million dollars to where there can be no object In the assessment in compliance with tune of losing one of his valuable fingers last week, while attempting longer delaying. the State Tax Commission. to "ring" one of his sows, which had "The local dealers in building and developed an unusual fondness for home furnishing materials are lend-- ! Scholarship Came Home In some of his fine hens. ing their hearty support to this cam' Mr. H. M. Scott, of Goshen, pre The will of Mrs. V. K. Argo, late Just as he attempted to fasten the paign and will be glad to assist with father-i-laMr. Jasper suggestions or advise with anyone superintendent cf the Colorado State ring in the hogshins snout, she made sented his Blind, u successful dash for one of the Cox with a beautiful youni cat. It School for the Deaf and who is considering building this spring. We have taken "Hulld with which waj held for probate recently,' digitn of his hand, biting it complete was carried in a sack to the home the Ilirds" as the slogan and are urg-in- g provides for a scholarship of $5,000 ly olf near the second Joint. The of Mr. Cox a distance of ten miles, that wherever possible people for Centre College, and also for a linger was not recovered for it went Everything went well for two days, make their plans early for their scholarship of the same amount for down the esophagus of the enraged when the domest'eated quadruped, took "french leave"-anColorado College. The estate is1 nnlmnl. returned to 'building or repairing this spring." valued at $.10,000. Mrs. Argo Is the the home of Its former owner, un See our $5.00 hats. Special for last of the family, her two sons and 'hampered, unsackel and unforgiven. Saturday, March lHth. husband preceeding her about a year Mr. A. D. Joseph has accepted the Francis Smith, Milliner. ago. The Argo family were resi. Cross Work dents of Paint Lick before going to chairmanship of Garrard county for The work of the Ked Cross is con LOST: At Opera House Wednes Colorado to reside Miss Allie Ar- the relief of the starving Jews of day night, pocket book with n bill, nold, of this city, has been an in- Hurope. While Mr. Joseph will not ituntly showing up the fruit that and some small change. Please re structor in this school for three make an active campaign for this they are bearing in our schools, com turn to Mrs, Lige Font. fund, but will accept gladly any munitles and other places. We want years or more. contributions from his friends for the Keil Cross to be with us to help Heavy tested sevd oats for saU. e The Selly Shoe Company is this worthy work. While there are care for the school children and the oats before you buy. 'ing the nation with their Arch Pre- - a few Jews In Garrard county, we make Garrard the most healthful Wo aro selling seed oats not county in the State. server Shoes for Indies, sold locally feel that there are many s Hudson A Farnau. JOIN the Ked Cross the drive ' by Jas. W Smith's Shoe Store ots. who will gladly contribute to this came. Leave your contributions at starts Monday. Joseph's. J adver-tllement rapidly nearing completion. Speakers will address the pupils of the various schools in the county during the coming week in the Interest of the Ked Cross. Ilesldes these meetings there will be a Union meeting of the churches In Ijincaster at the Christian Church, Sunday evening, March 19th., at wh'ch Dr. S. K. Drew-ste- r, a noted speaker, will address the congregation on the health of the community and on the work of the Ked Cross. A Urge audience should hear this gifted man as his address will be both interesting and Instructive. Sunday evening, March 'JCth., at 7i30 P. M at the Presbyterian church another union meeting of all the churches in .Lancaster will be held and for this meeting one of trie most eloquent speakers of the State will deliver an address on the Evmen and the Ked Cross. ery man in the county should be present to hear this service man talk to them. Mr. W. I few-hour-s Task For Board Of Twenty Years Finger held The Chamber of Commerce The Kecord has just completed their weekly meeting at the club printing several hundred tetters that rooms over the Puritan last Friday the Post Commander of the local Post evening and was well attended. of the American Legion Is mailing Matters of great Importance was men of the coun- brought before the body and same to all the ty, calling them in mass meeting at was disposed of. One thing that the Chamber of Commerce Kooms the secretary called attention of the Monday evening at 7:15 P. M. to Directors to was the many pledge hear Mr, F. K, Dennem, of the U. S. cards that any number of the mem Veterans Ilureau of Lexington, ex- bers signed and have up to the pres plain the many things that the service cnt date failed to pay their dues. men of the county are entitled to. The Kecord has always taken a The local Post Is doing a great leading part in upbuilding Lancaster, work and they need the assistance of the center of the Illue Grass and we man and should be know that the Commercial Club has every honored by having a big crowd at helped her and her many citizens a their meeting Monday evening at great deal, now the question comes 7:15 P. M , March l!0th.. 1922. at that so many of the members who the Commercial Club rooms. signed the pledge card have failed to pay their dues. This Is we hope an oversight on the part of the members May as the signing of this pledge card Is an obligation that Is just as morally binding as any other paper that (Lexington would be legally binding and It be Lewis, Kd "Strangler" world's hooves those who have signed the wrestler, pledge cards to get busy and call on champion heavyweight wants "Ked" Koberts, the Centre the Directors of the local Chamber of gridiron war- Commerce and pay same, as they College rior, to take up wrestling Lewis were counting on YOU when you Saturday night invited the sorrel-toppesigned the pledge card. youth to spend the summer with A call meeting will be held In him in California and take his first the near future to take the proper The champion steps relative to this matter If you lessons under him. promised "Ked" that he would not who owe your pledges do not pay book him for any matches until he same, so we ore informed by one of had completed his college work at the active members. "Roberts has the ideal Centre. build for a wrestler. The training Dies he would get this summer would After several months of declining condition him for his work on the gridiron next fall," declared the health, James Hatcher, died at the Lexington Sanatorium last Monday chapipion of the mat. Ked said that he had not given night of pneumonia. His body was Lewis a definite answer but was brought to his late home Tuesday seriously considering taking up his afternoon from which place short proposition. Ked reduced weight burial services will be held this last summer by firing a freight engine afternoon at three o'clock, conduct on the Southern Hallway and was ed by Kevs. K. H. Hourland and in great shape when Charlie Moran W. E. Ki. He was a member of called out his Colonels In September. the Haptist church. Jim Hatcher was forty years old He hud planned to return to his stoking job this summer but the otfer at the time of his death and had liv by Lewis may bring about a change ed in Lancaster most of his life. Fewer young men had more friends of plans. than he. Kind, joval, affable, con genial, accomodating, he made friends with all whom he met. A Church For many years he drove the Laa caster and Danville stage line, suc An old negro sings and dances on ceeding his father, who died sudden the platform of n small station in ly while on one of these trips, about Oklahoma when each train pulls in. fifteen years ago. He Is survived He dances for the coins which the by his widow and one son, Henry tourists throw to him. It is said this Thomas, whom the sympathy of the man has met every train coming in community go out to in this heavy to the town for the past nineteen loss of an affectionate husband and years. Out of his savings he has indulgent father. Two sisters, Mrs. built a church, of which he is the Kice and Mrs. Waller Milam, both of pastor, known as the Straight Gate Atlanta, and one brother, Georgje Church. He preaches there morning Hatcher, of this city, also survive. and evening on Sunday, besides hold ing street meetings Sunday after Changes noons, and dances week days to keep things going. 10th I the date of the annual Every Member Canvass for the local support and the benevolences of your church. At n foot ball game one has a choice of seats of different cost. In the church we ore given the opportunity to put on the plate what we please Hut It Is unbusiness- "Red" Robert. Train For Wrestling d Jim Hatcher Dancing Earned like for an organization to employ a man to preach and a lunltor to dust without having an assured income. We, therefore, operate on a business-lik-e budget plan with the minimum of all our needs closely estiPledges are asked from mated. members and friends upon a weekly basis, according to their ability. Mu'itudcs who give a definite percentage of their Income to the church recommend strongly the dedication of at least a tenth. "I believe you ought to see these," said a pastor to a bank president. He laid on the desk the weekly offering envelopes of the bank president nnd of a wash woman. Each contained 50cts. The man of large Income fingered the envelopes and grew red. He made a new pledge on the spot; proportioned to his inWhy not make your church come. contribution on a proportioned basis? A recent visitor at the Church of the Divine Salvador, El Paso, Texas, found in the collection an envelope with three silver dollars. This he learned Is the regular weekly offering of the richest man In the congregation, a Mexican sarage mechanic earning $30 a week. His skin is swarthy. He speaks little English. h But he gives of his income to the church. Do you give to the Lord Be PROPORTIONATELY? definite with yourself. Your doorbell will ring Sundoy A visitor representing this church and its world-wid- e enterprise will offer you an opportunity to share financial support for the ensuing year. Pledge Intelligently. Pray that you may be honest with God. Give proportionately. The Presbyterian church In all its long history has never gone backward. Be sure to stay at home Sunday afternoon, but be sure first to come to church at 11 o'clock. one-tent- Baptist Church News The Sunday School attendance was the largest In many months, lit last Sunday. Practically all the cars entered in the auto race have left the Western coast on their trip to New York. The Baraca Class are pushing the Overland to the limit with no punctures or other disasters encountered so far. Three other cars are almost abreast and crowding the Overland pretty close. Next Sunday we will publish their names. Watch this space for returns from the race, or better still, If you are not enrolled as a scholar in any Sunday School at present, you had better enroll with us and help some class win this race. Come next Sunday. It was voted to hold our next monthly business meeting the first Wednesday night In April, at our meeting last Sunday. As this will be our last regular meeting before the close of the books for this Convention year, it was requested that a report be made from each department of the church, and that all Campaign pledges be gathered In by that time or as soon after a possible. A social hour and luncheon will precede the business meeting at that time, and it is hoped that all church members will make their plans to be present. Full announcement will be made later. The Young People's Societies are doing good work and had helpful programs last Sunday evening. The Juniors meet at (5:00 P. M. and the Seniors at CMS. Last Sunday was a day of bless ing in all our services, with a large attendance morning and evening. It was a pleasure to greet somo mem bers from a distance who were present at the morning service. An earnest invitation is extended to all to meet with u next Sunday. Sermon topless Morning "Egypt- Ian Theology." Evening "Can the Dead Communicate with the Living!' Th March Week of Prayer wu observed by the W. M. U. last week?" An Interesting and helpful program was rendered each afternoon, the W. M. S. leading on Sunday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday; the Y. W. A's, Monday and Tuesday; and the G A's, Wednesday. The attendance was fairly good. i Important In Football Rules Centre The Cat d Jewish War Relief Red I sweep-Examin- fd non-Jew- Don't Forget The Big Hog Sale Saturday Cut Over Eye VagsKT T HtflggKJLsUrrtflaCrj agagagagagagagaagagjujiAa Business Change Mr. J. A. Lee, of this city has Just closed a deal whereby he becomes The above picture is a fairly good likeness of some of the sixty head of Hampshire hog that will be sold by Haselden and Aldridge next Saturday afternoon at their Crescent Hill stock farm on the Stanford road. This la the second Annual sale of this firm, the one held a. year ago, being quite successful And the purchasers on that occasion belrifc well pleued and found they had bought money makers. They have the best herd of this popular breed In the county and it will be worth anyone time Just to attend the sale and see this stock, even if you have no Intention of buying. owner and proprietor of the barber shop, now owned bv Arthur Duncan. The change will be made Auril 1st. The Duncan shop i one of the oldest in the city and as Mr. Lee has had several year experience as a barber Dogs High we predict that he will shuro a good Miss Hazel Davis, daughter of Rayportion of the lo;al patronage of the city uh well . throughout the mond Davis of this county, Is de veloping into quite a saleslady, when county. It come to selling hound dogs. She has just closed a deal with C. A. A Mount, of Galiopolli, O., for her We were In error In our last Issue famous young dog, Jessie, which she In stating that $559.11 was due sheep raised from a pup, for $150.00. owners, when we should have stated Knowing ones tell us dog was as that this sum was left over from good as ever trained the the county. in last year after all claim had been paid and was placed tojhe school Fertiliser for tobacco betl for sal. fund. Hudson A Fars.au. t Jack, the bright little three year old sou of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Conn, fell last Friday evening and cut a long gash over his left eye, A few whiffs of chloroform and three stitches were required to repair the Injury. He's alright now and is none the worse Or his experience. Local football fans will be inter ested to learn that the intercollegiate Football Kules Committee which is now in session in New York City, has abolished the free trial for goal after touch-dowBy the new rule, the side scoring a toucSdown will be giv en the ball on the line where they must carry the ball over the line again to receive credit for the one point that was formerly given the eleven which has scored to carry ball over again. This change was recom mended by the Association of Ameri ran Football Coaches In their meet ing last December. Football experts all over the country have advocated this change for many years. The rule governing shift plays was changed so as to reduce the freak shifts employed by some western colleges. These plays have puzzled many teums of late und really are not football. The rules also have been so chang ed that the team winning the toss selects the goal it is to defend while the opposing team has its choice of either kicking or receiving. By the new rules in the case of darkness the fourth or both periods of the second half ma ybe shortened by the referee with the consent of both captains. Also a player may return to the game in the same half n. five-yard Houn' in which he was removed. Now he Slight Error does not have to return at the begin ning of a period. Any player who leaves the line of scrimmage must be five yards in the rear of the line when the ball is snapped. The official also must blow- - his whistle when he is certain that the ball has crossed the line or a forward pass ha sbeen completed behind the line. March came In a usual, but the Walter Camp was again elected sec- lion forgot to roar. retary and rules editor. BalUrds OUIisk Floor U two. Winter Is on its last legs and they hsaltkful and dsliclous. Try sack are beginning to wabble. today. Hudson A Farms. Th Central Record, Lancaster,, Ky., Thursday Mch 10. 1922 WETTEST STATE Kentucky Holds Two Thirds Of All Whisky In United States Kentucky it the wettest ttatc In of all whis the country. Two-thir- d ky In the United States Is stored In Kentucky. Three states, Maryland, Pennsylvania and Kentucky, now hold 95 per ccrit of all the visible supply of real whisky In the UnlteJ States. This was shown this week by survey made by enforcement author ities, preliminary to concentrating the remaining liquor stocks Into few warehouse!, to reduce and protect the dwindling liquor supplies against robbers. Commissioner Haynes said that within a short period hl officers will have reduced the 300 warehouses to 100. Most of the bonded warehouses arc In Kentucky. The figures revealed that of the .18,000,000 gallons of whisky which Hayncs said mutt run the country for ten years .about 25,000,000 gal-Ioarc stored in Kentucky. Illinois hat nearly S.000,000 gallons; Ohio about 1,500,000 gallons. Commisslctier Ilnyncs mvid tho concentration will save the Govern ment $100,000. Forces of guards, gaugers and inspectors will be great ly reduced. r i By ; 0PAL JACK LAWTON rj ,-- i American Wire Fence, u till. Vulcan and Oliver A A TOBACCO CANVAS, 5a CENTS They can all be bought at this store at lowest prices consistent with the high quality of the goods. Buying Is good here. The FOOD YOU EAT to sustain life. The CLOTHES YOU WEAR each tiny. THE HAT, THE SHOES, THE GLOVES, HOSIERY, TIES, COLLARS, nnd furnishings of every description, for both men nnd women. THE LIGHT HARDWARE, GARDEN TOOLS, SMALL FARM IMPLEMENTS, WIRE FENCING, nnd n hundred nnd one things needed from dny to dny by every family. YOU GET THEM ALL HERE, nnd they nre good, and the prices have been pulled clear down. Becker & Ballard BRYANTSVILLE, KENTUCKY. rapidly by the hot air, hdt water or electric machines, al lof which give Blanks good results under proper manage-- j ment. The type of machine to buy Nearly One-H.Of All Chicks That is inc one inai is uuraoic, oum oi good materials, well Insulated from Do Hatch Die In Infancy, Specithe outside temperature and easily cleaned. It also should have a heatalist Point Out And Tall Why ing device that Is capabel of supplyKentucky farmers annually lose ing sufficient heat, and a heat conIs accurate. Ample provis-more than 24 million eggs and 12 ' trol that ton for ventilating the egg chamber million chicks through their efforts ft- - I .. t rk to rear chickens to maintain the ten is impununi. vpcruuon oi mc maIs best done according to the million hens on farms of the State, chine according to poultrymcn at tho Col- manufacturer's directions." lege of Agriculture. These figures of all the eggs mean that one-haWhile We Live Incubated fail to hatch and nearly one-haof all tho chicks hatched die Give us flowers while wo live, reaching market size or ma- Don't wait until we're dead, before And then bring beautiful boqucts turity ,thc specialists say. The main causes which they outline To place on our cotfin lid. for their loss during incubation and IIWI iV VU 3 tit WUt the first few weeks of brooding arc " OIIUMUI ft' heart, duo to the management of the poultry used as breeders, the care ,of Seeds of love ,and let them grow; egfg previous to and during Incuba- Then pick from them the choicest flowers, tion, and the operation of the Incubator. The cost of Kentucky chicks And send them to our friends we know. could be reduced more than $500,000 each year by Increasing the hatch , from 50 to 75 chicks each 100 eggs Tho flowers that wc like best Will never fade away; set, It Is said. "The first step toward more and But scatter rays of better chicks Is to produce good Through memories sweetest day. quality eggs," J. II. Martin, In charge of the college poultry work, said. All the praise you have for us, "Eggs suitable for producing healthy, Let us hive them while we may; vigorous chicks must be fertile, fresh Don't keep them back to murmur low In quality, normal In size, shape and Around our forms of clay. shell texture and produced by healthy vigorous stock. They should bo kept Our ears then will be dull of hearing; in a clean, well ventilated room hav- Our hearts be silent too; ing a temperature of about 50 de- Our liv?s onco filled with dark disappointments grees. Ten days Is the longest period eggs should be held before being Might have been brightened, then, by you. placed in machines and the shorter the time they arc held the better (Composed by Mrs. J. M. Dell.) I lf lf With the average Krntuckyz sheep shearing about five pounds of wool, farmers In the State lose about SO cents on each fleece that is marketed with burs In It, sheep specialists at tho College of Agriculture have estimated in pointing out the advantages of removing these before pelting the wool. Wool containing burs always Is descrlminatcd against by her heiiutr." "Willing to believe all you say, buyers, the price last year for burry s Thotua agreed douhtfullr. "nm! I'll wool being approximately turn on my fascination. me to of that paid fo relcan wool. Wool the young lady." worth 30 cents a pound will bring Terry hesitated, "It's rash I am.' only 20 cents when it contains bur. he nalil forlornly. "Hut my case sure g In nod win. ran t he wonted, d two-third- Whimb Ntwiptivr Uahia. "I wish," said Terry glancing down his cigar, "Hint you could meet Opal nid give her a lesson." "If she Is the champion tittle that jou describe," his friend replied, Tin afraid I'd be liking the lesson Instead of giving lu I'm Invulnerable, Terry." "Well, you're at least n lady killer," Terry retorted. "All the fellow In college conceded that, and Opal Is altogether too Indifferent to the pain sho Inflict. It Is etldetit that I hare been one of her victim nnd nm eager for retaliation, whlrli, I, myself, cannot giro. The girl laugh at my for there I no denying that I still care. Great guns) but she did lead mc a merry dance and I It; It only ended loo briefly." Tvrry sighed. "Some Jolt!" ho ex. clnlineil, "when that new Travel fel low came along." Tretty glrir asked tho friend Thomas Campbell. "I'rettyl" Terry considered. "Well. I Hon t know. Of course ns howllngly In love ii I am, I ought to rave oter audi-Inclheart-break- j J y er I ! FRESH MEATS FANCY GROCERIES We carry a complete line at all tlmea Everything new in GROCERIES nnd NOTIONS. Bring us you Eggs nnd Country Produce. Lady clerks every Saturday. ut H. ESTES S.STANFORD STREET. s, Burry Wool Results In Big Annual Loss In view of the fact that the State produce about 3,000,000 pound of wool each year, a reduction of ten cents n pound on that containing burs represents n heavy annual lots to farmers of the State which could be avoided, the specialist say, "On the college farm, wc have found that the burs can be clipped out more quickly and easily before the sheep are sheared than they can after the shearing has been done," l J. llorlacher, In charge of the sheep work said. "Then too, If the grower attempts to clip or pick out the burs after shearing, the fleece Is likely to be torn apart so that it will not be In such good market Half Of Hatching Eggs Turn Out To Be wll lbc the hatch. "While the hen Is n good Incubator of eggs, she Is being replaced 1 the rest of us." It wn Terry's murrled srster who did finally bring about the mcetliu which ended unexectedly for all. She was giving a party In her suburban home, and Terry and Thomas, Hut when you have won I beg of you snub tho girl haul. Don't yield like Auctioneering YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED REAL ESTATE A SPECIALTY ' Flowers 3a MEN! lf HERE'S A BARGAIN In Fine Clothes tailored by the Scotch Woolen Mill. Madc-to-Ordcr V" sun-lig- ht THEY'RE ALL ONE PRICE Made To Order e Suit $25 Any Any Full Suit $29.50. Two-Piec- $25 These are tho swcllest goods have seen tn n long time rich exclusive designs v In the most beautiful colors. e Exclusive Dealer for Opal Held and other were gucMs. Thomas had watcbotl expectantly the dancing throng, wbere Terry, the , was also disporting cheerfully. In turn, Thomas decided that llrst tht pretty girl, and then that, raut he the dangerous Opal; at last In despair he went to his hotteM. "Terry wanted me to meet ill Opol Held." he Md. "hut he' too busy enjoying btmiclf to present me. Will yon tell where I may find her!" Mr. Moore smiled. "Of course yon would wout to meet her," she said, -they all do. Well. I'M tell you a romantic way; she Is out In the garden, away back under the arbor tree. You may tell her that I ent you with n wrap. If you chow." "Here." finished Mrs. Moore. "Is the wrap." She slipped a scarf frotu her shoulders. The silent garden was a fslrjland bower. Thomas stepped lightly acnu grass and Into the arbor. A white-clafigure awaited him. He presented the scarf with hi explanation, and girl nllowcd him to the little drain? It about bur shuulders. Then she sat down on the circular bench, and Thoma sat down, too. In friendly Ml Held did convocation. Hut she was, as Terry had said, unusual. He found himself watching for the fleeting smile that showed a fetching laughing dimple; n simple much In contrast to the gravity of the shy blue eye. She certainty was all unconscious of her attractiveness this sweet little Miss Held. Hut Thomas forgot tho party. he was expected to take Mis Sturtevant In to supier forgot Indeed that such nn Institution a refreshment existed; ho wanted only to tell the interested young woman at hi side, of nil past and present exiu'rleiice which The motor trip concerned himself. through the mountains, the hustne deal which he had landed skillfully the lonely fishing cabin where he thought out thing and wrote in n eagerly Mtiabby diary, ho promised that lie would show her the diary Thu hour were slipping, hut Thomhi as; wns not tired neither wa broken-heartedlt d blue-eyed yy experience in this line of work enables me to give you the best service possible. I. Phone 265. W. MA IN LEV LANCASTER, KY. were not placated until American Legion comrades explained that he was being initiated into a Greek Utter fraternity. Galloping from hangars on wHngojl mounts, of the American Legion staged an aerial pol game in a recent carnival at Miami, Kla, Toy ballon were uicul In place of polo balk. CapU Charts, Ainslelgh, skipper of a coal barge tn 1018, was the only Ameriean wounded elf the coast by enemy fire, lie was bit by a shell from n submarine whllo his small son stood on deck and waved an American flag. Jobless for almost a year, Ainslelgh, through the American Leg ion, has landed a position as yutah-ma- n at the State House In Hassan, American Legion News The Assembly of the State of New- York, in legislative session, has pas, ed a resolution endorsing the Amerid adjusted comcan Legion's pensation measure and urging it Copies of the resolution passage. were sent to New York's members of Congress. five-fol- remd It took a small Jewish girl and a little makl from Italy to win first and second prizes for the best osays an "Our Greatest American." The eon- test was held by the American Legion at Auburn, N. Y. Napoleon was right! Fifty cakes. 10 cases of soft drinks, two bushel of peanuts, 20 gallons of lee cream, 4,000 sandwiches, and a crate of oranges were consumed by 900 (an dfriends) nt nn American Legion houtewarming at Hlnhamp- ton, N. Y. Mas. This is the time we beat the other fellow to It by predicting n bumper crop this summer. "There Is only one God, ami that Optimist continue to predict a god is Allah," yelled a young man at midnight, from Mie top of a lonely revival in business. Wc hope every- The po'ice body gets converted. hill in Nashville, Tenn IBV; Are You Feeding listener. KELLEY'S TOBACCO SEED: The Improved Standing Up Burley Don't be deceived into buying inferior seed. Huy the Genuine Kelley Seed. THE IMPROVED STANDING UP HURLEY, with the LONG POINTED LEAVES, which gives it from three to four inches more length. The old Standing Hurley had a round pointed leaf, but H. L. Kelley and Sons, by careful breeding nnd crossing have developed their present STANDING UP BURLEY with the long pointed leaf, which gives it more length and more weight, still retaining its bright color, which has mnde this seed famous throughout the United States. Price 2.00 an ounce. $21.00 a pound. All in one ounce packages. None genuine without this signature, which appears on every package. I! COY S.SANDERS More PLAN OF I "I mut see you tomorrow," he Insisted at parting, unil Miss Held agreed that he must. Thotnu drew- up suddenly on hi homeward walk. He recollected tlint he had not gone Into Mrs. Moore" home to make hi adieu, lie reflected that Terry had exacted of him that Opal Held wan to be snubbed - hard. Home Grown FARMERS Feeds LARUC B. L, KELLEY & SONS It. F. D. No. 1. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. '1 In line with their plans to Increase the amount of protein feeds grown on farms of Larue County, members of the farmers' organisation, two dairy associations and interested farmers will cooperate with County Agent J. V. Jones and the extension division of tho College of Agriculture at Loxlngton In carrying on a campaign for 1,000 acres of soybeans to bo grown for hay, acand cording to a report. Uecause of the shortage of home grown feeds, many dairymen In this section of the State have been buying commercial dairy Lightweight Cltlisn. feed, cottonseed meal and bran to "Just to took at Mr. I'omplelgh, keep up the butterfat production of you'd think the world couldn't wug their cow. without him." "MajlHt so," said Mr. (lruinpon There's a heap of satisfaction In "hut after hearing htm talk fur flc publishing a country newspaper. We minutes you'd realize thul he wouldn't know that we earn our money honest- be lndtienuhle to n town of only A) lllruilnghatu ly and we earn every penny that wo Inhabitants. get. cow-pea- s Thomas swung nlwmt and retraced hi steps. The little white llgure wn still In the nrlmr. Mis Held Juiiijk-up at hi approach. "I didn't feel like going gack to the rest of them after you," sho explained confusedly. "I love you." he ald rcckleJy, "I admit It. It wn love nt llrt sight, and I rhall netcr cure iilinut anything else In tho world again, hut yourself. And If you are going to treat me n you have your other victims. Opal right Held, then I'd better say good-bhen and now." The white figure raiun closo to hliti, the gMte eye were reproachful, but the dimple dnliccd. "Why Tom, the comiuervrl" laughed Nancy Held. "I do bellee that you've been taking mo for my tllnatlou lister. You lire tne very flrt victim I ever had In my life." Enough Whites? About one out of ten poultry raisers feeds n ration properly balanced for crr production. The common mistake is feeding too much material and failing to feed for whites. Grains alone make lots of yolks but few whites. yolk-makin- ymrt 'TTstf 91 4a g Y ShickehB Purina Chows Balance Purina Chicken Chowder and Purina Hen Chow, fed in equal parts by weight, balance the whites and yolks by supplying an equal number of each. They make hens lay to the limit of their capacity! Purina Chows save tlint and trouble no guess work, no trouble and unctrtsinty of mislng. Feed both Chows and keep lbs egg basket full. n For Sale by BECKER & BALLARD, BryanUville, Ky Th Central Record. Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Mch 16 1922. EARLY CABBAGES Its Here! - - THE NEED RICH SOIL Start SeedinH3lbjinFruary and In Open Ground at Soen THEY'RE HERE NEW SPRING 1 Wall Paper Season Wo are supplied with a NICE NEW STOCK and wo as PostiWc ClflTUflE OF RELATED CROPS STYLES can also show sample books from, THREE DIFPRICES ARE MUCH FERENT MANUFACTURERS. LOWER. Let us show you. Cauliflower Thrives Best Under Irrigation, and Brussels Sprouts Ma Be Grown In 8am Manner. Collars Ara Tender. McRoberts Drugstore aaa aw. cordial Invitation tq the editors of the country press and to the general pub' lie to attend the convention ni it will afford an opportunity to gain n firsthand knowledge of the activities of the State Federation and alio show meeting of the Executive what other country Farm Bureaus At Committee of the Kentucky Farm arc doing. General K. II. Woods, Pagevlllc, Bureau Federation, held In their of. Farm flees at 413 SUrka Building, Louis-vll- Fresldent of the Kentucky Ky on Friday, March 3rd., the Bureau Federation, will address the dates for the Annual Contention Convention on tho morning of Thurs were fixed for March 30th. and .31st. day, March 30th. while Aaron Sapiro The convention will be held In the will make the principal address on the auditorium of the Hotel Wattcrton, afternoon of Friday, March 3 lit. LouUvllIe. Mr. Sapiro will speak on "Orderly Thru iti itcrcUry. Mr. Geoffrey Marketing of Farm Crops" and an Morgan, the Farm Dureau extendi a J Interesting program Is assured. Aaron Sapiro To Speak On Orderly Marketing Of Farm Crops (Prtpartd by th United Malta Depart mtnt of Agriculture.) When set In the spring, cabbage seed should be started In a hotbed or greenhouse In Keliruury and In the open ground as noun as the soil can be worked. Kor a late crop In the North, plant the seeds In a bed In the open ground In May or June, and transplant In the garden In July. Early cabbages require a rich, wnrm soil In order that they mnjr matura ecrly. Kor late cabbage, the soil should be heavier and more retentive of moisture and not so rich aa fur the early crop, as the heads ara liable to burst. Cabbages should be set In rows M to 3d Inches umrt nnd 14 to 18 Inches apart In the row, IZarly cabbage must bo used soon after ther hnve formed solid heads, as they wllf not kcop during hot weather. They can, however, b used for making 11 You will find lots of new colors and styles here in Suits for Men, Young Men and Boys. Our racks, are full of new goods for spring. Hart SchafTner and Marx MEN'S and YOUNG MEN'S sauerkraut. Caullflowsr. Cauliflower requires a rich, moist soil, ami thrive (test under Irrigation. It will not withstand as much front aa cabbage. The culture Is the same a for cabbage, and the heads begin to develop, nfter which the leares may hu tied together over the heads In order to exclude the light nnd keep the heads whtte. Brussels Sprout. HruMels sprouts ur eliwrly related to cabbage anil cauliflower, nnd may be grown In the same manner. Instead of a single head, hruaaelrf sprouts form a targe numler of small heads In the uxls of the leaves. As the bends begin to crowd the leave should be broken from the stem of tho plant, to giro them more room. A few leaves should be left at the top of the stem, where the new heads art lelng Brussels sprouts arc more funned. hardy than cabbage, nnd In mild climates may rvtnuln In the open ground all winter, th heads being removed aa desired. Kor winter use In cold localities, tak up plants that are well laden with heads and set them close together In a pit. coldframe or cellar, with a little soli around tho roots. The uses of brusaels sprouts are similar to those of cabbage, but they are coaaldered of a superior flavor. SUITS $20.00 to $45.00. BOYS SUITS, $7.50 to $15.00 We're keeping the quality up, and you will find our Clothes just what we say. Your money back if not satisfied. NEW SPRING STYLES IN STETSON HATS LONG Coprrtcht 1921 Ihrt Schsffner it Msr, W. 0. RIGNEY W. B. DICKER SON W. 0. RIGNEY Office Phone 18. & CO. BOSTONIAN SHOES FOR MEN SHELBY SHOES FOR LADIES QUALITY LINGERS MANHATTAN AND , WILSON ERS FINE BROTH- - SHIRTS Funeral Directors and Embalmers Residence Phone 3Ji. AFTER THE PRICE IS FORGOTTEN Lancaster, I 1 Kentucky. The Jury. Tto trials of life would sot ba sa kad If wo could render oar own ver-dicta. Cartoons Mngstlae, Tha Important Thlnaew If a society woman ran be sura that her clothea and her dog are the very latest thing In style she will take a chance on the proprlc tlo. HOUSE OF QUALITY. BaVBk Jas. W. Smith a LANCASTER, KY. is. ny, of Stanford, Lucy Francis Hall Royston. Tho little son of Rev. V. A. Ram Paint Lick High School team play-e- d tjle known as (Seorgta collards la sey is on the sick J lit. the Paint Lick town team at ball Klnsl of Kind. Misses Alma and Agnes Klrby arc last Friday afternoon, score 18 to 4 cry, my we Old Reot Dlnna in favor of the High School team. visiting their mother. alcana Owns a Mountain. Isddlel If ye dlnna find rer penny This team is showing up fine and ex Spokane la said to be the only city afore dark, hero's a match I Way- In Rer. 0. J. Skaggs was In Louis pecting a fine year. America to own a mountain. It It side Tale. ville and Somerset this week. thirty mile from the city and Miss Martha Garrett, who has been called Mount Spokane. Miss Lcanna Ervln and William Dream Lara. ill with flu at her home in Richmond Bryant were married Monday In Is To dream you soe a flag flying la Vaccination fsr M arris a. able to be back at hir school work. Lancaster. tfea wind denotes trouble. To carry Sweden and Norway a legal mar. la During her absence Mrs. J. II. Rals oaa yourself foretells a change In nag at one time- was not allowed Mr. W. B. Sadler' and family arc ton had charge for several days then your affairs, generally for tho better. to ba performed until both parties on the sick list but nre better at Miss Lucy Francis continued until To aee one tt half mnst denotes bad produced certificates stating that Miss Garrett's return. this writing. they bore genuine vaccination tnarka. MT. HEBRON Mr. and Mrs. Uobert King spent Miss Kate Ely had the following the day Sunday with his father, Mr. for dinner Sunday: Mr. Bob Miller, Mr. Earl Grow was In Lexington Wesley King. of Glencon, Mr. and Mrs. Joo James, Friday. BaaBaaaaaaBia Rev. W. P. Rogers hat accepted Mr. and Mrs. Bagby and three chilProf. Harrod was the week-ena call to Freedom Baptist church dren, Miss Margaret Highland, Rev. guest at Preachersville. for half time. Skaggs and wife and children, G. W. Mr. F. W. Montgomery and famA Solid Head of Cabbag. Mrs. Ada Ely, of Paris, who has Conn and family and Robt. Ledford, ily, who have had the flu, are able highly esteemed In the Southern states. been with her mother and sister, has Jr. to be out again. Collards do not form a true head, but returned home. The following arc on the sick list Prof. Otis Brown was with his Instead n loose rosette of leaves. Mis Mary May Walker has return this week: Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Todd, parents, near Taylorsvllle from Thurs which, when blanched, are very ten od from a two weeks visit with and baby, Kathleen, Mr. Sam Camp- day until Sunday. der and of delicate flavor. friends in Mississippi. bell, Dr. H. J. Patrick, Mr. Shoe Rev. Manlcy will fulfill his appointKohl-rab- t Mr. and Mrs. Mac Lewis were week maker, Mildred, baby of Mr. and ments here Saturday belongs to the same clas afternoon, Suna cabbage and cauliflower, but pre end visitors of her sister, Mrs. Wei Mrs. Thos. Logsdon, Mrs. Wm. Hurt day and Sunday evening. sents a marked variation from either. ley King, near Lowell. Jr., Mrs, Wm. Estridge, Mrs. H. L. Misses Mabel and Beulah MontTho cdlhlo (tortton consists of the Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Garly, of Francis and children. swollen stem of the plunt gomery entertained Kor an Misses Lucille Mrs. W. R. Patrick was In Clncin and Jewel eurly crop, plunt nnd cultivate tho Kirkiville, were guests of Mr. and Huffman Sunday. nati this week where she purchased same as for early cabbage Kor a Mrs. M. K. Ross Monday. B. V. P. U. meets at six o'clock late crop tho aectl may bo sown In Miss Chastino Ruckcr was In Paint a supply of millinery and will open Sunday. Prayer services Thursday drills wheru the crop Is grown and Lick Friday for a little while ming up a millinery store In one of the thinned to about eight Inches apart In ling with old neighbors nnd friends. rooms over Patrick and Son'&Garage. cenlng at 7 o'clock conducted by Rev. F. W. Montgomery. tho row. The rows should bo from IS Mrs. Patrick helped Mrs. W. F. Parks o 30 Inches upart, according to the Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Ilounshell left one season so she Is not new at the kind of cultlvntlon employed. The Wednesday for North Carolina where MARKSBURY iteshy stems should bo used while they will locate on account of Mr. Job. Pec Gee Floor Varnish ftlvM they nre young nnd qulto tender. your floors a flawless, mirror Rev, B. A. Dawes made a builneis Hounshcll's health. Ilk, smooth lakh and hard, yet trip last week to Georgetown. Miss Margaret Highland, of Cov elastic surface that do sot crack PLANTING ONIONS IN GARDEN Messrs. Ernest Gosncy and Mr. or pael. It holds a brilliant polUh ington, has arrived and will help Mils that water will sat dlacator and McAfee made a business trip to Irvin Orsstsr Part of Commercial Crop la hate Ely with her sewing during the heel will net snar. Saturday. busy spring season. drown From 6tds 3ts Msy For all other aurfacaa that need a Stopped Cough After' Planted Early. The Roll Call of the Church was coal at VnM, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Brown and chil Ktactln and bwutlftln sailelactlon a7 an J U.iL Influenza . posponed on account of the bad Onions may be grown either from dren, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Brown were weather. The time set for it is Sat1 trsat tSMjr tkit Four's Hooey tad T.r li th btl touch rjd. sets or from seed. Tho greater ttart Sunday guests of Miss Nannie Camp urday before second Sunday in Msy. Hied," vrllts K. H. Ids 1 tho commercial onion crop I grown bell and brother, Sam. of UtDaw.l. n.V.D. I. l)s IIS, AtliBflAB. T.an- Utlo Miss Louise Gosney, who mm hit! from eeed, but the usual method of Mis Brummel Lewis, of Greens Ulliwnit, II. had la wont Wild has been spending three months with plnntlng onions In the garden Is by burg, who U a couth and I trltU ttrytalnf, has been the attractive but iwlalBC did ar rood, Oo4 use of sets. One qusrt of sets will her grand mother ,Mrs. N. J. Gosney, atal at a Inaad with I oUy Ho-- y plant from 75 to 123 feet of row with guest of Mrs. Woods Walkrr return aad Tar, a ad kU foub. as returned Sunday and has been quite tU.r lit Mil diraad lgtvo the plants 4 laches apart In th row: edto her home Saturday. sick since. days be Sad a covin at alL thta depends, however, upon tho sire miss leucine uavis entertained a Undard The announcement of the marriago far auar year ayjg of the sets. Oelou sets should be few friends Thursday evening. Nice amtlraialiiM4WifMa4 kt(k of Miss Alice Burdette, dsughter of placed In a small furrow, root-en.X mwit. Caolaln. naaal.l.a. refreshments were served, gsmes Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Burdstte, of downwardand covered to a deith of were played and all had a delightabout 1U Inches unless tb soil Is ex Broken Arrow, Okla,, to Mr. Loyd C. tremely heavy, In which case they ful time. Knepper has been received. The Mrs. Robert Walker entertained should not be covered so deeply. Onion family is well known hers as this is seta may ba ptasvted Jst as early la the following at dinner Tuesday of their old horn. Mis Allc was tha spring aa tha around can ba cut- - last wetkt Mtsdame Wood Walker, about ftv years old whtn they moved tlvated. United Btataa Depart ostat of May, E. L. Wood, Misses Bell Da- Harass bntf Xrt to Broksa Arrow sevsral years ago. s. I Overproduction. If men conld alwnjs do the thins tbey would prefer In do. home-ru-n hits wouldn't tw worth .1 cent a doien. HI, Busy Day. Many a man rant settle down t njoy life becnuM he's kept too boa h to settle op. raising the The culture) and uses of collards are the same as for cabbage and kale. Collards wtthstand the heat better than either cabbage or kale, nnd a Callard. MpWapVVaatvfMW"V' PAINT LICK (rdJEI-lk- l SSBBsSHb - Kehl-Rsb- l. Bringoutthenatural beauty of your floors 1 ..r Sa Sa S LumberCo d i The Central Racord. Lancaster, Ky. Thursday. Mch 16. 1922 1 - mSmmmmmmm run mgyi I I & eeaeeeaMejejejJJJpjJJJggJJJgJgpfJB VALENTINE By RUBY 1111. TRAIL S DOUOt-A- SECOND ANNIVERSARY r MtClvft M0h, ".V no. I think I Just want to ilnd somo one original enough to Rive me something different," Jano explained. The chum made audible Mgn of surprise. "Oh, Jane, you are funny, you, trying to get out of tho conventional calf pathl" Neither of the girl knew that, aa they ant talking thus over their little taliourcttc and tea tahle before the big 4lg tire In the country club houio.n man had been ultima close uy constantly reading u sporting paper. "I think I'll be a fjKtrt ruynelf," he concluded quickly. "I like that girl's voice. I like her look. I, think I'd like her philosophy." And out t Thereupon he set out to Ho who she was, whero she lived. then set his brains to work to oriel natc an tden for n valentine. Ills mind had created n thought, "it depends on the snowfall, but I'm Just sport enough to think that Cupid though not of chocolate will Implore the, god to sec that I have a snowy setting for February HI" Jane Hall lived In the community Adjoining the country club at which she was having--. n ten the nftermytn that Tom Hoye overheard her petu-Inremark about St. Valentine nnd hU customs. "The big Idea," Tom decided, "Is to let the girl guess who Is her Valentine. On the night of February 13 a wonderful carpet of white snow covered the ground. Tom, feeling like n or second-story operator, , stole noiselessly through the virgin snow to the Halts' garden. He had n garden trowel, a package of large red hearts cut from paper, come red fluid that looked llko paint Underneath tin window of Jane he dug out n hole and placed within It u grvat red paper heart. Then he walked on through the gar den. dropping drops of red In the now and ever few feet adding another heart. The troll werided off down Into the wood In the rear of the Hall home and disappeared Into cut-throheart-shaped denrr hearts and Cupids made of chocolate. nnd boxes, of violets that have been i nimmt taxen out of the wish then wore no uch ila as Vol Mine's day." The Ctrl who mnde the remark hml e frock. bobbed hnlr nnil n "What would ton suggest, JnncT there asked iirr chum. "What I leftJ" Jane did not reply nt once. That' Just It: I dont know what I wnnt All I know la that I don't want n Inco paper heart H "Perhaps a real human heart, nerved up on n platter n In ancient bur harlc day, would please you more, icc-imione-piec- I'n to tired of law paper Nwirrr lrn.llu ill iis is FROM 11 SATURDAY 9 MARCH TO 25th I know of no better way to thank my patrons for their past patronage than to give them some of the best bargains ever obtainqd in this community. A glance of the list below will convince you that I am slaughtering prices on every article in my store. SHOES 15 PER CENT OFF ON ANY SHOE! IN THE HOUSE. All our Shoes are marked in plain figures and we guarantee a 15 PER CENT REDUCTION. COFFEE '20c Star, ground, per Pound 25c 31c 35c Peaberry, per Pound 20c 25c Peaberry, per Pound 14c ISc Buckeye, per Package Engelhards Pocahontas, 4 lb. Can, $1.05 ground, $1.25, now space Bargains in MEN'S BLUE SERGE, MENS DRESS SHIRTS and BOYS' HATS and 1 YARD WIDE $1.25 Shirts, now $1.00 CAPS. $1.50 Shirts, now$1.25 60c 75c yd. now Shirts, now.$1.50 $2.00 We have everything 85c yd. Green . .65c $3 and $4 Shirts $2.25 found in a Country 75c yd. Black 60c you all 1 yd. 25c Store. We can't tell Black Sateen the bargains, just come We will not send any We have a complete and see. C. O. D. Nothing thing line of NECK WEAR, exchanged or charged WALL PAPER and they are priced to during this sale. go. per Roll and up. BALL BAND RUBBERS DUCK HEAD OVERALLS $1.00 during this sale$1.50 $1.25 Men's Rubbers, now 220 Denimis Best, Double Sole Shoes, now $1.95 S oz. Feather Proof Bed Ticking ...32c $2.50 $2.00 Single Sole Men's Boots -- .$1.75 Men's Work Shirts, only one to a $4.00 50c Men's "Vac" Boots, now customer 17c Madras, per Yard LOOK AT THIS 17c Straw Malting, 9x12 Rugs Old Hickory Sheeting, per Yard .$4.25 Apron Check Gingham, Amoskeg Japanese Matting, 9 x 12 Rugs $4.50 J. If. Clouio had ft her to i : last week. brok Mr. Abet Hurten, who ha en bono It Improving slowly. Mrs. C. M. Mebe Icy and Mis Moi. sle Hicks have been on the tick list Mr. John Goff bought horse frant Homer lUy, of taneaitcr, for $80 Mr. I Cobb nml Mr. James W, of Lancaster, were' In thli vie n Sunday. I'nul, the little ton of Mr. Ami Mr? I. II. Duncan has been very ill w ' pneumonia. Mr It. II. Pre i ton ol.l to Mr ( ar pentrr, of Stanford, number i.f saw logs recently. Mr. TcvU Preston, of LancaiU-vlsttc- d hi sister, Mrs. I. II, Dun , and Mr. Duncan recently.. ss Mr. Georgle Watkln and Elisabeth, are visiting the r aunt at Perry'" Kj. Mn. J. I. Sander and little daug ter, were guest of her alder, Mrs Kosa ChriimAn, of Danville recent: Mr, and Mn. Powell Fowler, cf Lexington, are vltltlnj the latter parents, Mr. and Mn. Cable Johniur J. O. Hardin, the reliable bU,-- . hop at thlt pi. I urnlth, hat open a und invite) hU 'friend to give h, a ra'h Mr. and Mr. Homer Moberley r , Mr Kuirene Folger of Marcellui week-en- d cueti of their Irran ' mother, Mn. C. M. Moberley. Mine Olivia and Hazel Preitc Arleigh Matthew and Acne Simp and Mr. IU!ph Preiton were truer., of Mr. and Mrs. Harney Kait Sir day Mr Woodfon Burke, of 111c Hick man, Ky , ha moved to the farm f Watden Hro. We are glad to we' come Mr. ilurkct and family Into ur -ute-Mi- midst. Spotting Man. Occasionally a man ll tn h aomthln-- - for nothlnt, Atchison fllob. ct siIH be-u- i "Cincinnati "Cincinnati Ion smm-'ini'i- 7c ojitr u-l Oyittr." Rtalra tlmeif Hk' fet. Is nti rip-- . In llm t'nlted No Limit. Th1 only do linn for Mnj a tlnt we ilon't want to anv'lri's el"' Ptllns Nr. talker rrrri l own Wagnsr Had Own Orsvs Oug. While tlll In Hit prime of life. It was n Mm f Warner, the rrreat ivh hi eravc due In Ma com-poe-- ! -'- A Stns ef Fltnssa. "If she's anything of n sport she'll follow this trail, nnd It leads straight to my heart," he said trluinphnntly. "I'll make her notice me. anyway," (le thought, by way of excusing himself! When Jnne put up her shades to look out at the weather on the morning of fit. Valentino's day he rubbed her eyes to see If they told her the truth. Her heart thumped wildly as she dressed and went out of doors without waking the family. Shu had put on her rubbers and sport clothes, so she followed the trail of hearts to the woodn. At the end she found, a note hung to the limb of u tree. "If you want to find your Valentlni play golf In the. snow this afternoon. The red golf ball I have placed beneath the last heart In the trail. I'll he waiting for you at the seventh hole, nnd when I see the red bull driven jjrom tlie slx;i J shall know that you are on your way." Jane did not know at tint whut to do. Her conversation with her chum, (I nice, per Yard 15c Straw Matting, per Yard you 27 Ac Fogg remark that tho world won't seem quite rlelit to Mm until "commencement" ti;ln the college term Instead or cndlnc It. Iloston Trn The first lady who trades $10 wo will jjivo absolutely FREE ONE SET OF TEASPOONS Guaranteed ten years. Retail value $1.50. REDUCTION ON ALL PAINTS 20c 15c 30c 15c Save the surface and sa ve all. G ft. Conjrolcum, during Sale, per Yard Don't forget the 15 this 90c PER CENT REDUCTION in SHOES. We guarantee j0 8aVe vou money on every purchase made We are Audits for DELCO LIGHT PRODUCTS for this count. Call .IG5-- for Demon, stration. H script Wet Umbrellas. ktaml net umlirrllaM on tl'flt hanille i" ilrr Tilt allow lli watet to run nut of Hivm Inotend of Into th part whrrp llu llk nnd rtt mevl. thus and llie silk wising lln- - metal to .lwu) to Ml nit Don't blame us if you don't set some of these. HARNESS 15c Best Breech injr Men's Socks $8.50 10c Best Work Bridles Men's Socks $2.00 , 25c Best Check 'Lines Ladies Hose $3.35 10c Lone Star Hames, per Pair Ladies Hose .'$1.00 Building Paper 60c Trace Chains, per Pair $1.00 G ft. Window Shades 55c Ask us about WIRE FENCE during this sale. 9c up to 50c Curtain Scrim 'Chattanooga Hill Side Plows, during this sale $12.00 12 Good Giruchnni, per Yard Points and parts for same. 20c Fast Color Percales, per Yard .$2.75 16c Four ply Gravel Coated, Rubber Roofing Best Bleach, per Yard $1.00 14c Kclley all steel Axe, during this sale Good Bleach, per Yard -- 21c A $3,000 STOCK OF GOODS TO SELECT FROM. Indian Head, per Yard l-- Slcjnsl Fires. In Terro del J'nego news s conveyed Htnl omrersatl'ii sustained K tween tho itirtVrent irlls tnhalilttni tlm Islands tiy means of fires ou tho high peaks of the mounlnlus. Tho natives niM always on tho lookout for these tires, ami ktiow just what tliey sro Intended to mean. llnxikljn Cacje. Addition to Commandments. I'lHirjinrHild llesnle had been to Sumlny school, whero tlio Ten Sim werv being atudle-l- . had an older brother uho wa noted for sick or crippled If there was work to ho dono. One day their mother asked tlio boy to fill tho woihIImix. Immediately ho dctelotied n or foot and limped slowly toward tho wood pile. Ilesslo looked at lilm rvpnnch fully and said: "Thou shnlt not hypo crite." Clilcnjo American. Insect With Spring-BoarNois. Amniig tho curious Insect of tho Malay tenlnsiila stuilU-- hy n member of tho Ixiidon Zoiloi;lcnl society ono called tho Inntern lly, which Is re mnrkahlo for Its sudden leat, ntndo without tho aid of Its wIiik. It wus only after the observer hud carried a specimen to Uxxlon nnd carefully ex sinlncd It that ho discovered that a curious projection on tho front of lis tend, n kind of noso with n crease In It, was tlio leaping organ. When hut back under the nlidoinen and sud denly rvleased It sent tho Insect fly tng. 1 ' at thu country club, came to her mind with the natural nssoclntlon of Ideas. At first she accused draco of the Idea, and then she knew that drace would never have had either the energy or the originality to think of It. "I slinll go. anyway," she decided. After lunch she surprised the family by announcing that she win going to the club for a gumv of golf. "You're nutty, six." said her brother. WOLF TRAIL And off slui went to the golf course, the red ball hidden In, her Mrket. .She were In Mr. nnd Mr. Joo Hay kept her golf clubs In her locker. Lancaster Monday. Hit cheeks were the color of the I Mr. and .Mr. Albert Glllenm mov boll she was playing with when she reached the sixth, hide and tdd her ed to Jeiwwilnu last week. cuddy to go on uheud of her. Mr. nnd Mn. Harrison Hay visited As she approached the seventh hole Mr. and Mr. Sim Kay recently. ncros the wonderful white fairway Mr. Asblc Hcndron, of Jessamine, "tlmF Ted to It she sow n man In golf clothes awultlng her. Her excitement Is In this vicinity for a few day. almost choked, her, her daring someMr, and Mr. W. T. Moberley were what stunned her. Sunday guest of Mn. Carl Mdberley. "I'm ufruld I'm not as pretty ns u, I it c lynrt," the man began, extending lr. John llradlcy Price pcnt one Ms hand nnd himself u little embar- night recently with hi brother, Mr. rassed ns ho looked Into the beautiful Coy Price. eye of June. Clew Casey apent the last week, June would have blushed If she had not already gathered sulllclent color end with his parents, Mr. and Mn. to he becoming. "You heard my silly Walter Casey. comersutlonT" Mr. and Mn. Elijah McMilllan enHe nodded. "Yes and I know your tertained n number of friends Wedtame nnd mlno Is Hayes Tom Hayes. nesday evening. Please let roe be your valentine, Miss Misses Uernice nnd Uessio Tcater Jane. June liked Mm; she knew she liked were guest Friday night of Mn. Mm. "All thf, you shall begin by Hugh Moberley. being my Valentin and" Mr. and Mrs, Wilbert Dalley spent, "Leave the end to me," he said. Tn the day Tuesday with Mr. and Mn. Same's the thins now." "Everything Found in a Country Store. Thos. S. Pieratt Elijah McMilllan. The stork visited the heme of Mr. and Mn. Lewi Murphy and left a handsome little ion. Mr. and Mn. Lewis McCuIley and family were Sundty vislton of Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Hay. Mr. and Mr. Clarence McCullcy and son spent Sunday with Mn. Min-ni- q McCuIley and family. Mrs. Jasper Matthews and baby spent n few day the past- - week with Mr. and Mn. Hnrvo McCuIley. Mr. and Mn. Hugh Moberley and visitor of daughter, were week-enMr. and Mn. Harvo Tcater. d BUCKEYE, KY. near Ilryantsville. to return to school Monday. M!mcs Alice and Agne Kny re- -' Mr. and Mrs. J. It. Sparlii were turned home Thursday. Mr. Elijah with Mr, and Mr. Claud Spark- McMilllan accompanied them home Sunday. and spent the day. .Mr. and Mrs. Huchoy Moberley Mr. and Mr. Abe Burton went to were guest of Mr. and Mn. Harvey Madison Sunday for a visit to Mr. Teater Sunday. Mr. and Mn. Jesn Cascr and chit Hurton whose many friend are glad dren of Lancaster spent the wick- to see her out again. Mr. and Mr. Elijah McMilllan and son, Misses Alice and Agnes Kay and Elmer Kay spent Tuesday evening with .Mr. and Mrs. Carl Moberley. Little Carnelou J. Uoatley, a little colored boy of this community was taken to the Kvd Cross Hospital at Louisville recently for a treatment of the eyes. GUNNS CHAPEL Mr. an d.Mrs. Elbert Teater are receiving congratulation over the arrival of a lino boy on the 11th. Mesdames Powell Dalley, Jlose Kay and Miss Jessio Ray were guests Sunday afternoon of Mrs. John Dall- end with relative here Sunday. Mn. Hubert Parson and children are spending the week with relatives near Point Leavell and Cartenville. Mr. and .Mr. John Land and sons and Mr. Charlie Land were guest of Mr. and Mrs. Kd N'aylor and family, near Marksbury Sunday. s' The Association is soliciting hens to nay for irross seed for tho yard and other improve Parent-Teacher- . ments about the Iluckevo Ilirh Mrs. J, M. Amon was in Lancas- School building. Donations may bo ter Monday. ey. . sent to cither of the liuckeye stores Mr .and Mn. Claud Spark and and credited to the school thers-anThe new has been received here cnlldren are ill. very gratefully received by the or of the arrival of a fine boy at the M!t Mary Lee Kurtz was unable ganization. home of Mr. and Mr. Walter Fain, High Sign of Art "Sco that picture on the outsldo of my paint boxV' said Oertrude, tho student artist, "Well, that's my In troductlouHo any other student Mho's trying to become famous along tho line of Hosa llonheur and happens to know about tho Idea. Them's uo special picture on tho box. If g you know What 1 mean, but Just that will let tho fellow toilers! la oils know tha other Is striving also to reach artistic heights. la this way many acquaintance are tnsdo and helpful excbaos of Ideas results. W ueet students who kuow of tho Idea luiot everywhere." sow-thin- Th Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Mch 16 1922. With the 3ird ET Home Sweet Home Your Homo may burn, INSURED with GAINES You would have another. It might blow down, Rut GAINES comes around Let Us Help You j i; t iteaiize iour uream This Season ! Hudson & Farnau To you who have dreamed of a home of your own the advertisers, on this page say: "Build it this Spring; 'Build With the Birds!' " Not in several years have conditions been so favorable as they are right NOW. The period of building inactivity is passing. Prices of material, cost of labor, etc., are stable. National authorities who have studied the situation declare that in a few months the tide of building activity will have risen to a point that will probably create shortages. There is every reason for building NOW. Let the responsible business and professional men represented on this page help you to realize your dream of a real home this season. From the selection of the lot to the planning, the material supply, the construction, the decoration, the furnishing, they are equipped fully to give you the utmost in value, service and satisfaction. Don't wait! Realize your dream. Make it come true this year. "Build With the Birds"! Dealer In LIME, SAND, PORTLAND CEMENT, ROCK, COMMON AND PRESSED BRICK. See us before you buy. Phone 26 LANCASTER, KY. And puts it back together. Phone 189 LANCASTER, KY. WALL PAPER PAINTS, OIL, ETC. 1922 Style PLUMBING STEAM, HOT WATER AND at Pre-w- ar Prices. FURNACE HEATING Roofing, Guttering, Spouting Stove and Range Repairing. Storms: Dm; Store INSPECTED Firt Phone 39 Thought In Drugs LANCASTER, KY. la thli pecial "timid With the I)trd- - Campaign with lb profreutrs flnni end Individual! who a4ertleemnle appear herein, and with The 8&lnsle A.toclatlon. of the Pacific Norlht. an orcanltatlon ot Uadlog manufacturer of I pecUHjr lot potted, high trade, guaranteed, red cedar ahloc lei for roof and tldewalli. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. It Rite-Grad- e C. D. McCarthy ln Phone 69 LANCASTER, KY. J. S. Goode, Decorator "BUILD WITH THE BIRDS" And Buy Your Build With RITE-GRADE CwrrttM J. W. WOOD Phone 375 O. H. VANHOOK Phone 363-- J Paints and Red Cedar Shingles Nature's own really time covering on roof and side walls. Innumerable effects of the utmost distinction and beauty. These specially inspected shingles of Western Red Cedar are low both in first cost and upkeep. They are easy to lay, easy to alter or repair, weather beau-tifulwith or without paint or stain, are warm in winter and cool in sum mer. Properly laid they last for de cades. Atk your IocmI dotltr or tend u Ire napecreii WE CAN BUILD AS WELL AS THE BIRDS. USE Builders Hardware FROM US. We have a complete line and the prices are just right. WOOD No Job Too ly ft Large-No- ne VANHOOK Too Small. KENTUCKY. CONTRACTORS AND BUILOERS in ifampi for complete data on how to ly ani our Aamitome bookht tfefioJi. af prue winning" alaAjne tome a. e Shtafle Auooabon Smiiu H.ntr mac Ritt-Grsd- null Boodloe Phone 254 & Walker Bros,' LANCASTER, KY. See us before you build. LANCASTER, BASTIN LUMBER CO. 9 EVERYTHING Phone 91. BUILDING TRY US MATERIAL Lancaster, Ky. Hl ie M WW- - The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky,. Thursday Men 16. 1922 straight real estate mortgage. Generally a bank or n bond The death of Mis Maiile Sowdcrs, house buys up themntire issue on .March lit., at her home in Muncie, of n bond loan and sells it to Intl.. came as a surprise ami shock the public in separate bonds of to her intimate frirmls and relatives various denominations. Those In this county, where she and her moving to family had lived of $100, $500 and $1,000 arc their new home. before Sowder was Miss the most popular. 21 yean old and n devoted member The possibility of Investing a of the Baptist church. She was nl hundred dollars at a time in n daughter of Mr. and Mrs. V. II, bond bearing six or seven per Smvilrr. wnn survlv hrr. hoil.tn turn' all cent interest olTcrs a splendid brothers nnd M three sister, body now rridenta of uncle. The waul AND opportunity to young people to brought to Lancaster for interment begin life tn the right way by which took place March ,5th., the' OF ALL KIND. regularly investing their sav- service bring conducted by Rev. W. ings in small sums at a profit- E. Itix, of the local Baptist church, able rate of interest. We have aljall times a nice assortment of all Pierce Again, it has a tendency to kinds of bring out the hidden wealth of CurtN Pierce, aged 84 years and probably one of the oldest citixens the country from the old stock county died suddenly at in ings and stove pipes and tin his Garrard home near Teatersvllle, last Tucs. cans and put it to work in day nfternoon about five o'clock. manufacturing and commerci Up until a few week ago he hail j SPECIAL PRICE ON WIRE FENCE. al enterprises that all go enjoyed good health, but a slight attack CASHIS WHAT GETS THE BARGAINS. toward increasing the prosper- ticallyof flu from which he had pracrecovered, probably hastened ity of the country. the end. He was mingling with hi But beware how you buy friends in Lancaster a short while j bonds from a stranger. The ago and at that time his friends were safe way is to go straight to remarking to him row well he bore' your local banker and buy hi. eighty.four years. He served his" country' faithfully and patriotically from him. He knows "Live and Let Live Folks." the durir.tr the Civil war on the Union bonds that are safe nnd those side and could entertain his friends See our $5 00 hats, Special fur' Kat Indus I ,',000, Spain, ,17,500; IE- DC 1L Sew Zealand, 37,500, Russia, .16,000; by the hour, with his war stories, Saturday, March ISth. that arc best to let alone. Francis Smith, Milliners Belgium, 33,200; fnion of South Af uhich he told so vividly and enter. It is his business to know, rica. 2C.4C8; Brazil, .'5.000: Mexico. and his judgment may be re- tainingly. He wa a member of the Thousand nf people who had lost 26.000; Denmark. '.'2,2(10; Cuba, 20,- factors mind. Central Record T Is 1. more clearly in In nn lied upon with perfect safety. Baptist church. runeral services u.. The . i " "B- " ii "K"'n i 000; .Switzerland, 18,011; t'n tannliirttl will be held at the Buckeye church ""''I. "i Austria, $1.50 a Year. Issued Weekly . .. ' . 1C.S60; Norway, 14,340; Sweden, today at eleven o'clock, where the me pnoio-- ( j attractive uookioi Payable la Advance. 14,260; Holland, 13,500; Philippine interment will take place. He is (It) ernnhs and nhin of tho nrize- Parton Island, 12,31; Japan, 12,200; Alsurvived by four children, all sons, J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. hnno. nml rnnU nf William geria, 12.000; Poland, 10.700 and World Now Has i. L .ELKIN, Local Editor and MgT. ; this can be obtained without years was Parton, whoof for many prominently connected and Chile, 10.000. Lancaster, They are: James Pierce, Danville; a resident I Sewdert I ! WE HANDLE THE SEED POTATOES VULCAN PLOWS 9 Onion Sets and Garden Seed Genuine j VULCAN POINTS CONN BEOS. lJl FRESH MEATS and GROCERIES CURREY & IGULLEY ! . at well-to-d- Entered at the Pcit Office in Lam (cost. Mail caster, Ky., at Sccond-ClaJ Such a Matter. promote A land better houses, will be of 'distinct benefit to this and its success will be LMOtter. Ky., Mirch 16, 1922 reflected for years to, come in the attractive and substantial Rates For Political AanoaacesaeoU. homes which will be "built with For Precinct and City Offices $5.00 the birds" in 1922. 10.00 For County Offices i4T.fTi.iii THE AMERICAN PHES3 ASSOCIATION . Rro died at his late home in Middlesboro, Frank Pierce, Louiville, Obe Pierce, movement, which will Ky., Tuesday moraine. His remain of Washington City and Joe Pierce, were brought to Lancaster today for the building of more interment in the Lancaster cemetery- - of this county. com-'munity, 12,538,949 Cars Of A3 Prr Cent Tot. I Are In U. S. Shelton John Shelton, aped 57 yean, wa found dead in bed at hi home Tuesday moraine He lived near String-tow- n and is survived by his wife and three children. Coroner S. II. Anderson wa called and an inquest held. It was founj that he had been a sufferer from asthma for several months, and that hi death was earned by cardiac asthma. It is doubtful if the average citizen realizes the amount of Eubanks time devoted to the public wel10 line fare by town officials and memC. Eubank. died at his home 'In J. .05 Obituaries, per line bers of the governing bodies. Stanford lat Thursday after an illThey can never consider ness of three years, many month of this time he was compelled to keep "Build With The Birds" their time their own. his bed. Mr. Kubanks wa born tn Scarcely a day passes but Lincoln county, near Hubble, and Spring is the time of nesting, and during the coming season What some Citizen approaches! was 5S years of ace. He is survived his wife and ine daughter and hundreds of human families in them With Some request orsug-ib- y mother. About 20 years ago he community will emulate cestion relative to citv affairs. this Mi Perkins, this feathered friends in Each of these must be carefully married She Jennie young of their daughcounty. and the building a new home or im- considered from all angles, ter have the universal sympathy of and the good points weighed friend in this county, for their (Treat proving the old one. loss of a devoted husband and fathFor several years there has against the bad ones. This requires much time and er. Two sister. Mrs. Mattie Miller, been a shortage of houses all III., and over the United States. Build- thought, all of which is taken of Rochester, Louisville Mrs. Malissa Underwood, of also suring, during the war, did not from their private business af- vive. keep pace with the demand for fairs. He was one of the most prominent compensation business men In Lincoln county and a homes, and as a consequence i The slight rents rose to unprecedented! they receive from the town director in the First National Bank . Stanford. heights. The high cost of, treasury is but a pittance, not of Kuneral services were heW at his building materials and of labor to be compared with the value late home last Saturday mernlng, prevented many from building, of the time and energy they interment following in Buffalo ceme- tery the past two years, butvote to the public good, this year, with most materials! Why. then, do they do these Griffin at normal or even below, a per-- ; things? Mrs. Jennie Gritfin, relkt of the You love-antake a pride in iod of intensive building can 'the little child in your home, late James C. GrttTin. and formerly be expected. a resident of this city, died at the Using "Build with the Birds" nd spend endless hours and home of her daughter, Mrs. J. C. as a slogan, a number of firms 'day in training it, to the end Young, at Osceola. Ark., last Friin this community which speci- that it may grow to maturity a day morning of pneumonia, after a alize in building material and credit to itself as well as to week's iltnes Before her marriage, she was Miss Jennie Underwood, sishome furnishings are joining in you. Much the same reason actu- ter of W. H. Underwood, ef Lincoln a concerted effort to promote Underwood, of Boyle - and Luther nn intelligent study of building ates the average City Council- county. She is also survived by It is his town, his home,' three daughters. Mrs. K. B. Bourland, needs and the best methods of men. and he wants to see it become ef this city, Mrs J. C. Young, of supplying them. The impetus Osceola and Mrs. William Myers, of for this movement came from a credit to the citizenship of Atlanta. She had many friends In the community. Shingle Man" the Garrard county who romumber her se The ufacturers' Association, an or- bringing hours he spends in pleasantly and wilt be grieved to about this result are learn that she is no mere. Oar ganization of the Pacific Coast not considered. It is the repeople city and Us Hospitable mills that cut red cedar ever hoM a warm corner in her heart. sult itself that counts.i shingles, which are inspected days of her Hfe Too bad we can not all be of It was here the nnd guaranteed as to quality was .spent, and it was, we presume, the official class. and grade. her deotre that beneath the shady It would be bettor for the trees of our Silent City, surround, Recently this association home town. ed by the beauty, happinoss an conconconducted a nation-wid- e tentment of our people, where the test which gave them a reMaking Dollars Work bni warble theirthemoit molodioui markable collection of plans of songs, should be eternal abiding modern houses, which arc givThe evolution from the old place ef alt that was mortal of her. ing satisfaction and pleasure to time real estate mortage to the The remains reached Lancaster last owners nil over the country. present system of issuing inter Sunday nnd were taken to the home K. B. Bourland, They found that beauty of ap- est bearing bonds when a loan of Kev. and Mrs. where fcneral ierviee were conductpearance, convenience ami eco- of any size is negotiated marks ed that afternoon, interment follownomy were the principal fac- a distinct milestone in the his- ing in the Lancaster cemetery. To tors considered by people in tory of the expansion and de- her devoted daughters the sympathy ef the community go out to them In planning to build a house, and velopment of this country. the loss of a dear mother. We know Honds are in themselves that years hence the memory are trying to make informaof her tion available which will help mortages, and possess all of unseJtlsh devotion, will make them prospective builders to be able the protecting clauses for in- better women and her precepts be to plan their homes with these vestors that are found in the their guiding star. ! For For For For State and District Offices.. 16.00 .10 Calls, per line. .10 Cards, per line all publications in the interest of individuals or expression of individual views, per ....... .......... More Work Than Pay -' de-duri- ng d "Rite-grade- Ik-ti- e bt Mere than 3 per cent of the age motor vehicles m use in the Tht Winner. the world are in the United States. With A slot ii" 1ih the mjttrriooa World's Great War, paed peacefully 1flCAXda i... akl. -net .I ..... mmi, BnitWIMII it i.i nf a grab hag wotjlj March to rest Saturday afternoon, M0 in tVe other th ...fit. 4th., at a Lexington hospital. He countries there are left only 1.122.-had been in declining health since 010 for the j Toys. rr.it of the earth. bis service aver seas, but his condiDlVklnl uttm I M I ! mt l .l.uifuu. I There are. possibilities In clay aa a, tion wa not cons'dered serious and ; Let htm model. Uon. the worts! registration of motor toy for your child. his death came as a great shock to vehicles are: North South Ameri- It may develop a talent. It will hi family and hoit of friends. These his originative rcntus and ca. tl.U2.US; Europe 1.1 10.91)6; who survive are two brothers, J. L. muir Mm. Alia, 1S4.TM; Oecanaea. I2S.281; Brook. Tampa, Fla., II. G. Brooks. mz in Kecutrauon Imortsalvs RryanUville, with whom he made his Airsea, Spansh.fUsir ewotrtrte aggregate j Mrs. Pruutrer (relating her enerl-21phome; six sisters, Mrs. John Wood, fliers) "Ye, my dear, and we saw a Nicholaaville. Mrs. Luther IlrumfieM. tou know one of tlioso These statistics wore gathered by volcano. Wllmore, Mr. Olive Doyle. Smith-Aduhlch overflow a with aatosaasot kSstWtrset. Other from i mountains Mn. B. L. Deckum, Leveland. London MalL the hiss mmrt ow the countries II. Kdens, Lexington. Ohio, Mr. C. issrh asotwr voittclot are most Mr. J. I). Flowers, Danville. The in RtmtmUr Thrrt's 4 Limit are. m artier: .were laid to rest Monday remains Tiery man Is Itullle.l to his own I'm) Ststo. 1MOS.000; Great eplnlim." said L'nclo . cememorning in the XtchoUsvtlle Bnta.a. 4TJss2, Canada. 4C3.IK; aln' any use o your puttln' "Hut ilr tery, beside hi mother and father, Fran. J5.14. Germany. 91.3S4; Idea of what dtt lime o' ilar yob own nueht la who passed on some years ago. Arceot aa 71 O0 Australia. 73.000; be aeln dst of de gnntuan dafs run-Italy 4$,Jn3; Dutch nln' de railroad train." To The Mrmory Of L. W. Brooks 1 first met W. L. Brooks when our country was calling for men to uphold it honor together. We went to camp and was placed closely together by our aociaUon. There grew to be a deep love for each other. 1 found in htm a friend so. much appreciated in those dark ON days. He was a man af deep thought, Jov.il, but not frivolous, a big heart full of sympathy. While in camp here hi health began to break, but re borr it patiently, and went on over seas and into the trenches, his health growing worse all the while. When he was discharged after the war was ever his health was o brok-- ' on he never fully recovered. He is a casualty of the war for he We now have our spring iiu of new BUGGIES brought back the marks in his body on display at our store. V alwolutuly have that added his name to the iMt f thoe that made the supreme sacra-- 1 the newest thing, and the latosit stylos and flee far eur country- Let us not forret them ami the1 models in buggies for the coming season. noble sacrifice they made, may we say with the poet . Our PRICES Rest on embalmed and sainted dead,) RIGHT. ' Dear as the Hfe you gave. No impious foot step shall ever tread Our STYLES the The herbage of tny grave, Ner shall thy memory be forgotten While from her record keepi, Our BUGGIES the BEST. And honor points the hallowed spot; Where valor proudly sleeps. A Comrade. Rev. WUHe P. Hegcrs. The proof of the BUGGY is in th BUYING and not in the price you pay. If you are nil run down, weak and Come in nnd give us an opportunity to show nervous and feel out of sorts, with everything and everybody, get back you in line by taking Tanlac. Stormes' Drug Store. It. L. W. Brooks, f BryantJYille, thirty-five- , f another victim L. W. Brooks Dead On. For Esrry Ten rid of that Indigestion, trouble and nervousness, build up your system and regain that lost weight. Take Tanlac. (It.) Sterme Drug Store, stomach (irt ... .-- I Kngftsh-spoakin- g 1 ai 4. I Price Reduction BUGGIES are are LATEST. so-cur- ed ! , ' , are Our wonderful line of BUGGIES Write For Your Seed The electorate having1 been doubled and the consignment of vegetable and flower seed reduced, I would like' to send them only to those who desire them. Those desiring vegetable or flower seed will please write me right away and I will try and supply your wants. Respectfully, Ralph Gilbert, M. C, Washington, I). C. I 41 AT OUR SPECIAL RRICE TO YOU The House of Standard Merchandise HASELDEN BROS. THE WINCHESTER STORE M.l per ctnt Protein Cotton Hudson & Farnau. for salt. 5d I The Central Record. Lancaster Ky., Thursday, Mch 16 1922 i n ia 18 I in ht hi LEST I f carry It WE FORGET - THE RED CROSS SYMPATHY ROLL CALL f f Will be held from MARCH 24th to MARCH 31st. It must be answered if we are to ARE YOU Goins Mr non on In Garrard County. THE RED CROSS is entitled to the TO DO Pax--? YOUR and SUPPORT of all GOOD CITIZENS. I 1 Maatrr llrliK-- Conn, Jr , I vititing basket of killarney roses The liv- - ply direction sign through Garrard Ih!vI llrrnlon, of Louisville, old Formula Bt. ing room opened into the sun parlor, county. of Capt. Ilerndon, nf thl city, hi grandparent, in Louisville. j There may txs simie which hnil handsome pot of fern Keportwil to the Legislature that a i method of achieving aiircem that look returned the pa it week from a three Mm. Susie Curtl. of Crab Urrhnrd, ami vine in profusion, llnck and cartful canvas of month stay in Kurope. lisclo- -i CinmI for a time, hut wc don't belli-r- a I the guest of Mm. J nine Conn. home made cake were served. As- - ed the fact that practically every tlint any tnnn hn eser Improvetl on hon-riMr nnd Mr. It. K. McRnbert have Mm. W. II. Vct. of Dixon, Ky., slstlng in entertaining were Mm. merchant supportel the Anti Trad- - the old fonntila nf hard work and Senrcr (Ark.) Citizen. returned from a vllt to their on, hn been the guest thl week of her Wyatt Letcher, Mm. Jns. II. Letcher,! Ing Stamp Hill nov up for consider- A Brkl MtMUn l th Comli(H and Mr. Ware Mcltobcrta and Mm. Mo alster, Ml Ilettie Vet. Mm. Hubert Quiinberry, Mm. Mary ntion nt Frankfort. Mtndlng. Csssj tylnsM Wt An InteNstssI In. Holiert in Atlanta, Ha. Vincent Fulton, Mr. Kdwln Currey, Supported the eounty authorities Klrrtrlclnn'a sticky black tn! It Nlehola-vlll- e, Mm. Chnrle Dcnnian, of Ml Mary Hay Letcher, Mrs. Km-m- with reference to their 1U22 program j for mending brenki In pipe or 1 Mr. J. C. Young of Osccoln, Arthe guet of her unfle, Mr. I'uryear nnd Mm. Kd Allen. i for road development And highway) bowl. If the weak pipe, t li In .Mrs. Sam Cotton i spending severkansas, I the guest of her sister, William Lear nnd Mrs. Lear. Mnry Mae Walker, who hn mntntainance. wrap the tnpe around It lightly, leavi Mis al day in Cincinnati. Itev. iiml Mr. K. II. Ilourland Kccommendcd Dr. Virgil Klnnnlrd ing a generous amount on each side. Mr. Jnme Tinder, of Ilrniingham,,",,,n vUitlng Mr. and Mm. J. W. Danville avenue. Turner at Greenwood, MIm., pased to the U. S. Veteran Ilureau for If there is n crack In the bowl, run been Ilourland, on ha Mr. (Jeorge Ijiwsoii Ala., wa. In the city a few day last the tnr along tho crack. spending a few days In Lexington. Mr. A. C. Miles, Mr. and Mr. week, lite guest of hrr sister, Mm. U. through Danville Inst night on her mi dlcal examiner in Garrard county. way to her home in Uincaster. Joined with the other Commercial Mr. ami Mrs. W. It. Cook, of Dan- Hubert Carter anil win attended the F. Ilobinson. Tyranny ef Custom. Prof. Iloyd, of the Ijincaster High organizations of Kentucky nnd Tenfuneral of Mr. Hiram Cox at Nlrho-lasvitl- e ville, were In Ijtncatrr Saturday. Stanley, the African explorer, said: Mm. Hubert Turley has gone for a School, was here yesterday enroute nessee in opposing the effort of The Tuesday of lut week. visit to her si.tcr. Misses Mary and to Louisville, Danville Mesenger. Alabama Power Co., to interfere with "No luxury of clvlllzntlnn can Ih equal Mri, Kred Creech, who ha brrn I to tlie relief from the tyranny of cus K. Charlie Klmore in North Carolina. the development of the Musclr Shoal tom. The henrt of Africa I Infinitely Mr. I.uther (Ilbb. Mr. J. qutte ill with pneumonia u Improvwill return to Lancaster to conShe project for legitimate purpocs. preferable to the heart of the world' Klmore, Mle Knte and Lillian ing. Committee on Military Affairs, Wash- largest city. If the way were easier, were illnnrr guest the past tinue her visit before returning to Mr. ami Mr, fl. II. Sttinrhroad week ef Ml d Sadie Cecil in Dan-rlll- Panama. ACCOMPLISHED ington, D. C. ndvi-c- to thl seffeci millions would fly to It." have been recent visitor in Stan- Set- - our $r.00 hat. Special for Announcement h made of the birth ford. Photo of Falrits, Mr, llurton Stapp wax a rerent of a little son to Mr. and Mrs. David Hv flriiimlwi- - Of Pnm.i Saturday, March Ifith. An Kngllslimnn claim to liavc lands .Mm. W. M. rJUtott and Mis Mar-garCollege In Lex- Chenault Klmore, of Wichita Fall, I Francis Smith, Milliners. phntngrnpli of fnlrlc wlilcli nrc not caller at Hamilton Ktllott were visitor in Lex- ington. Mr. Stapp, a Mow Hernice Toxa. He wa born Wednesday Six merce In Many a nun who i brave enough risible to the eye. but which the phoington Saturday. on Champ, wat a student at Hamilton morning at the Shelbyville Hospital to light a buxz saw wil lduck a roll-- 1 tographer snj may tie recorded arti plnte. Then? and has been nnmil Davkl Chenault the photographic Months Miss Chatine Kurkrr pewt Tues- two year. ing pin. mnny who linvo exninlned tha Klmore, Jr. Mm. Klmore wb formday with her brtKhfr, Mr. Jim Huek-r- , Association erly Miss Heard, of Shelbyville, ami The yet com I Gray hair is now fashionable, but print nnd plntc. but are tmt It wa the men active In this In Lexington. af the lluckcye High Schoal held ita Mr. Klmore was ream) In Iinrjstir, 'that is poor consolation to th feellow vlnced. Chamber of Commerce THAT: meeting in the many friemU here being interested in Mr. ami Mr. Virgil Sebastian are regular monthly A Conundrum. Secured routlns of Cincinnati who has none at all. the proud parent of a little girl, school auditeriuni Krhlay afternoon. the new. Chattanooga Airline (Dixie Lookout " "Fnther," said n little boy thoughtThe next meeting will U- lield April Virgittl. christened Ij.nca-te- r. ! rough fully, an he watched III parent colMr. ami Mr. J. T. Underwood Mountain Koute) Htk. ami all member are urged to I lect hi. note and arrange the slides be prenit. Put Garrard County over in fie Mr. Mary l.nti hfhI title and Mm. Clarence Withers, of I'urks-vill- e for a parish entertainment, "why It Associ-ntlu- n Virginia Cromer, arc sprnd-Ir- e atHurley Tobacco Sunday to were in It thnt when ynu spend your holiday Mr. W. M. WatVin ban returned a few Uy wi Klrameffd. drive. the funeral of Mm. Underwood' In the Holy land you nlwnjs giro a from a vil to her daughter, Mr. tend Assltted in making the Gnrrard MIm lantern lecture on It? Yon never do Cynthwna. While there aunt, Mr. Jennie (irillin. MurreJI, f Mr. Ann).' U'alUc. f Taint LWk, when you have been to Pari t" LonKutherine Hourne and Mr. and Mm. County School Fair and Field Day 11 this week mi Mrs. Mr. Wutkin had tb pleasure of J. W. liourn? attended the funeral aucees. was the gueni don Morning Post. born welcoming another grand-son- , Trradwny and Judge Treadway. Placed road signs on the Garrard Mm. Jennie GriiTin at A Uirrow Range. to Mr. ami Mm. Murretl, making the of yesterday. Friend of Cant. Cam County Highway for benefit of all Mr, ltj McMillan. Mr. ami Mr. seventh Min for thl happy and Tlie motion picture iwopte arc at King will regret to know how ill Mm. travelers. family. their wtta' ends for iccimrlo9 with have Hank lludstm, of Danville, Placed three dgn in Imeaster for King is. She u in a liuisville hosnew plot. Don't they know that bera recont Tiaitor hi lancsster. home. guidance of :iutoi.s. Mr. and Mm. Otia Malear enter-tame- d pital, nnd he i. ill at hi there arc but 37 plot which comprehaving auto bu make Succeeded in quite a number f friend for Capt. nnd Mrs. King have many hend every Kslitv human experience ARE SMART LOOKING Mr. 11. F. Walter and MIm KaUv nnd set the limits) for dramatist and deeply two round trips dally between Lanlecn Walter, ef Lexington, were illnner Sunday. Thoie biing preent friend here who will Ustory and noel writer? Judging by guests of Mr. lUllie Dunlap .Sun- were Mr. and Mr. Jamea llolton and grieved to hear this distressing news. caster and Lexington. what e have seen ou the hcreeu, but Kcquested City Couneil to reDanville Messenger. rhildreti, Mr. and Mr. Lewis Long, day. n dozen have been ued. Los AnMr. and Mr, llobm Malrar, Mluei Capt Cam King i. the brother of place defective tire hose and inspect geles Times. all hydrant. Col. Ike Dunn, of Danville, ami l.ula and Lillian Mulear, Mr. Andrr-ao- n Mm. J. C. Wllllamt of this city. Ho nnd Mr. and Mm. Krvin Ktablihed a Credit Hating Ilureau Hon. llngan Italian), of llrynntavllle, Tht Single Track. The Hev. Dr. William f ttarton, containing name -- f 1,500 Gnrmrd were in Lancaster Memlay cm IhisI- - .Malear, of N'lna. An enjoyable day Tlie profiteer wn being shown over and writer of Oak Park, III., County partie for benefit of Cham-- ' minister ness, LEAVE NO GAP HERE' an Kngllsli miiM-mmi r'nt by ail. one day by on who a a recent visitor to Louis her of Commerce Merchant and of the directors. They ecme to the A rkarming atTair of the pal week ville ro.alMiratinK' Mr. Robert Turtey. Mrs. J. R. with member Ilusines Men. room where the stuffed bird were exKtmorv, Mr. and Mm. Luther (Jibhs whs tiw tx o etoeh dinner gtven ny ; 0f tBP K,iSOts Club in an effort to hibited. "Now, those stuffed bird." Klnblihed, through wrn visitor In llaatvWe the past Mm. Joeph Franci nt her home on locate the grave of the grandfather of the four churches. Women' Club, said the director, "are among the finDntivtlle itvtmue, in tumor it her of Abraham Lincoln is un uncle of wre'k. est specimen In the country. They'ro. ,mI Cro, County and City Author-MlluitliHr Mr. Jmmi Am.il.l nn.l Mn worth thousand and thousand of HuseH Crumlin, of liHcnster, jne, a United Chiritie record to Mr. assd Mr. BvnM Grow ami pound." "You don't sny sol" said the. The house he having Wn a brother of her prevent duplication of activities and .ArnilMt lf Csvirtcts.u. SaWrslay eWWren profiteer, Mudyliig the cae; "what n.rht andaH THEIR INSTEP WILL - Mm. G. M. wn. Anlv4 , me mother, Patterare they stuffed with, then?" Mr, ""btrt,,,,, hundaywtth ilj a NOT GIVE LIKE THIS ,,. sn. Dr. the U.U- ha recentb' publish- -- eliminate impostors. of seven of $lx rur A ,Mitm Ilart'iH Secureil the conent ,r" jwa servel. The hontivn wn naist- - ed n life of Clarn Hnrton. who wa lncnster' most progr-sivmen to Whtre Plague Start. by her aister, Ms Mary Arnold. hi relative, which has bern highly accept hu rrtuniwl Mr. JM Dn-nomination for olTlce on New There are four epidemic venter) ot SPCCIAL HW fcome in Hurgt- -. after a ntay of by reviewum. Some- - City Administmtioi. ami these were SUPPORT bubonic plnguo that is locnlltles thp commended b( An itllpr,lnB W)llnR e lime wwi rvsaiives in ) where the dlseiiM! I itlwn) present ti.... thing if the spirit of phiUnthrophy nil elected to oiTice on a "ii. ..... 1...1.1 and from whk-- sett! limy ho derlvetl county. afternoon in the room an Lex- of her Vinruitn of Hed Cross ticket. for uti cxtciisho outbreak In other fame was shared by Mm. I'nttemon Mnde a suney" of the coat for elce Mm. Charlie Thompson and lit- ington avenue. Mm. W. M Klliott whose BUT KEEP YOUR GOOD parts of the world. One nf these episympathy nnd Hbendity to tricity to munkipAtie throughout" FOOT ARCHES GOOD tle' daughter, Jane Prrkm. hate re- prvsidcd and ImsintsM of importnncf demic center Is In Mesopotamia, two One new name, Mm. those who knew her. .Mr. Pattiimon Kenturkv and submitted the dnta to are In the region of the Himalaya! visit ui rnlntiw't in wa dktisel. turned from wa very proud of her brother's, liter the new City Council. The electric nnd the fourth I bunted In Uganda. Miuraret Crriy Klinin wti pre- Sunford. ary' success, and vtsiUxl htm a number light rate wn reduced from 18 to Africa. j sentrsi The tight against plague Is The for niinnhemhip. JAS. W. SMITH I.T .MI necessarily n tight nguliist ruts aud cent per Vw Katie Harries Dkktirswt eoHsLv.esl u af timr at hit home in Oak J'.irk. of a papir their tenant,, the Ilea. Secured the promise of the I' S. .Monday rer KteHmsMMl. where si.-- ; -.- Solocwn" b- Mm. Jidw THbble. Mr. and Mm. William I.eur, of wUI atten.1 tht- - N'switwl School for) About twenlymlve wesnhe- wer.1 Ixingtnn road, were1 nt home to a Tire Co., in New York City thnt the historical sign in Ilryantsville at mo Month. prMnt- few relative Stndsy at a dinner part Huena Vista turn would bo changed mn ml I ty in celebration of Mr. Lear's sevMr. and Mrs. Lark Vanhoofe are delightful of the One of the and rending matter uch lis had been entieth birthday. Thr home wa receiving MHtgrnt-Jutioi- U osttr the twirtie of the week was she furnished by lUnrasUT Chamber of arrival f a little nn, rhrienMl dinner with whlei Mr. ami Mr. W. decorated in red and white curnaliumt Commerre would appear on aid sign. and the table iW"oratloa and the Wilitam Urkin. II. llurton entertained Friiluy Appointed n spetial committee to at their homr on Mnple uvenuf. menu were nlso in nil and white in investigate the a Hairs of fie LanMrv W. U. Mnoi, Mm. Luther A huge so far a was possible. The table had an artistic arrangecaster Huildlng and Loan Association Glbbs, Mm. J. K. Klmore nnd Mi ment of liutU rcups in a larre basket white birthday cake tupped by seven- and to recommend the said organizaSue Shelby Mason have been recent surrounded by brnsa candliMtlcks, ty white and ml glowing birthday tion as a safe nnd rrlfable investvisitor in Lexington. candle formed the center piece, holding yellow candle. ment for everybody. by red hejirt iced cake-witMm. Dunlap Wanton, Major and dishes were served. The gueU prts-en- t Mirroundod Kstablishrd an Investigating Com An' seventy leed on them. wero Mr. and Mm. llurton Stapp, Mr. Hubert Turb-- have been remittee to which nil solicitors, ennvass. elaborate dinner of seven courses cent visitur of Mr. Chenault K- Mr. and Mr. Dave Thomas, Mr. and em mid trnnslt'tlt house to houe Mr. Lear I one of the was servod. lm. Joeph Francis Pric-- . referr-d- , lmore,. in Shelbwiile in onler to de- -, highly respected citizens in the salesmen are moot termine the merit of their mission county and the rake wa cut with I good wishe for his further happiness 'ami thu dispense with fakers, con U tldence men nnd "profesienal beg i" FOR YOU ON EASY PAY- and miiny return of the day. The gam." following imrtonk of the frat and Provided the American Legion .I .1... .1 'I mi' imjr to nr iuiicsi: .hit. hoad.,uarter and MNTS COME IN AND LET witl! :!lle,..o nuddernr. of Indianm.olis. ...... I. ......'"'l'ornry ... I l. """"K Mr and Mrs. Victor and chit- - " , U drrn. Mr. and Mrs. Ross Ilastin and1"" arranges US TELL Y0U HOW EASlLY WHERE THOUSANDS ARE SAVING MONEY air me .ussotution or little duiighter, Willie Aliene, Dr. Kentucky Areo Club and assignment ARTICLES. JUST A FEW ITEMS ON EVERY DAY and Mm. II. C. Hose nnd little son, of ! therefrom of sulfl.ient money to TO CONVINCE YOU THAT WE ARE MAKING YOU CAN PAY F0R A llryant'Hle. make initial paynte.it ef several hunPRICES. Long I.oaf Sandwich II read, per Loaf 10ct. Mr. William Htbinson Cook nnd dred dollar to Cincinnati Lookout II COLUMBIA GRAFONOLA BY Mis Kmily Letchor wore host yes- .Mountain Airline Highway Ass'n. 7ct. Short Loaf Hread. per Loaf -- 8ct. Assisted merchant in featuring a terday at n beautiful reception at the Salt RWnir Hread, per Loaf - t fr -i s. warn am $1.20 home of Mr. Cook, on K. Lexington special Dollar Day Sale J. E. M. Cuarantcod Flour, per Saek rARIIAL rAIMtNl II $6,25 avenue, from thiee to live. Mr.' Advocated changing the fiscal year Lard, per TiO lb. can Host Hrand Pure Hob Cook and Mis Letcher received the to March 1st, thus sparing tenant 15ct. Good Hulk (.Wee, per pound PLAN. 20ct. gutit in the drawing room, which and tuv payer considerable incon-wa- s Good Ground (Wee, bulk, per pound made most attractive with has--! venience which exist under present .30ct. llest Ground CoHee, pkB., per pound ' kets of Spring llovvcr and pott of '' system. Call for prices on anythliiB In GROCERIES and Secured additional compensation III begonia. The hall and living room MEAT. . , . . had quantities of .'onquil that spoke ior mo nigm watenman .1. .t muK 111 inervoy mI mm 1 J j I a Joyous welcome, nnd made every- Ing it possible for the city to have one fee) that it wn good to be there. police protection during the entire Thu dining table wore a most elegant 21 hours. Public Square. Phone 206. Lexington and Prevailed upon cloth done in an elaborate fillet pattern and had a a center piece, it Knoxville Automobile. Club to sup- - Gossip About People d Nee y. nt 11 j Kin-nalr- d THINGS rt Past - grand-daughte- r, 1xgfr'srVj 'ff enn-geni- nJ n to.I d-- e nrrni m..., non-partis- 2 - 1 mt ut en-run- g Qolumbia J Grafonolal B ''(sH Mm TF Vll & 1 111 tdiSr- - Lancaster's Busy Store I " !.-- I'rH III j i ... I J 1 ' Scott & Ruble II 1 jwcKODeniru 83' The Central Record, Lancaster Ky.. Thursday. Men 16, 1922. SKIM MILK HAS BIG FOOD VALUE SpeeiaNsts of Department of riculture Recommend Its More Liberal Use. IS LACKING Ag- M BUTTER FAT Nutritive Part Consists Vtry Largely of Protein and There) Are Many Uses to Which It Can Be Put In Preparing Meat. Unltrl Statu Dpart Arocuiiurti Skim milk, though often wasted. Is a very economical Un material. In the opinion of specialists In the Unit-)Stntcs Department of Agriculture, nnd rould be moru generally used. In cook ery, a human food. Whole milk, ns everyone known, I an liiOUiH'iinalilo food fur the young. ami i' veil In the diet of the mlult It In desirable, for cooking puroe skim (he curd between clothe or dry It In n warming oven. If the curd from the quantity nf milk given amounts to mora thnn a cupful, It la too trot. If n Tory sweet cake la liked, a la the rare In parta of SoiMh America, wner these cheese cafes arc well known, two cupful of sugar maty be tie with two cupful nf the cottar? cheese and four eggs. It f lioutil lie remembered thnt skim milk doea not conlnln io much nutriment na whole milk. It greatest function I to plre added food value at low cot when ued In cookery to replnct water, and I n mentis of utilising the skim milk which coutalna much rood food. AIT, rant press Mrs. Mills and daughter, of MadiMrs. John Donalson wai a visitor son were visitors the past week of Mrs. Henry visited Mrs. Tuesday night of Mr. and Mrs. W. Mr. and Mrs. .V. Merlda, T. Sutton. Wm. Walker Tuesdayv Mrs. Carrie lUvldson of Incaster Miss Mary Agnes Ilrown was the waa the visitor the past week of Mr. Mr. Harry I). Rice spent Tuesday visitor Wednesday night of Miis and Mra. W. T. Sutton. night with Lexington friends. Lane. Mrs. J. D. Ilaker was the guest Miss Mary Drown ,of llrynntsvllle Mrs. William flrcen was the viil spent th week-enSunday of Mrs. Matilda Collins. with her parents, Mr. Milton Ward visited Mr. and tor of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hurt, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. George Ilrown. of Paint Lick. Mrs. James Ynntis Wednesday. Misses Mollle Ilnrnes and Lucy Miss Elizabeth Thomas of Lexing- Turner were guests recently of Mr. Messrs. Jake Foley and Tom Turn ton, was the gucit recently of Mrs. and Mrs. Wm. Smith of the Lexinger were recent visitors In Ilcren. ton road. Mr. Paul Arnold, of Woodsford, John Donalson. spent Monday with Mr. Tom Ward. Miss Kva Merriman Visited the Miss Mattle Ileulah Cobb, of the with her parents, Mr. and Lexington road was the attractive Mr. James Yantls was the dinner week-envisitor Inst week of Miss Lavcrno jrueit Wednesday of Mr. Frank Ar- Mrs. Merriman. nold. C .11. Henry and son James Whlttakcr. Mrs. Mr, and Mrs. Carl I'endletonspent Milton were guests Wednesday of .Mr. and Mrs, John Powell and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Mrs. James Yantls. children, of Harlan, after a visit withj GUY. aaJ Tuttle Walton. ? -- - s d her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Turn cr, have returned home. Mr, and Mrs. Wm. Scott entertain, ed at a charming dinner Sunday. Their guests were Mr. and Mrs. Kild Ilaker and family, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Yater and son, James, Missel Carrie, Maud, Ileulah and Kellzabeth Yater. It i scandal moves rapidly. of legs and wings and able to crawl. N'o wonder Is possessed d Of course, there is one excuse for not Jailing our growinir crop of crlml. nals. It would cost a lot to feed'em. No longer does the bad man strut around with a chip on his shoulder It Is. customary to sneak up behind. (Prtpar.d nim by lh 01 ) k lOtfl '.. irotu lb Thr G.n.ratlona 'eva Had. Uaiier By Uilnq Te Child-Birt- ...tile. ICOttf e aiisriua rtcut9iCo..oirt.t-- IrOTNtliiaoB ! Stuart. till a. Hi Corn Chowder la an Excellent Way In Which to Utilize 6klm Milk. d tissue-buildi- Green Clay Walker Law And Real Estate ately or at auction. Office over J. V. Smith's Store. Money to loan on farms. List your farm tor tale priv ft m 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. M. S. HATFIELD DENTIST Office over Th Pfcoaee Office 5. Garrard Bank. Residence 378, KENTUCKY. LANCASTER, For 36 years the Standard Oil Company DR. J. J. BYRINE milk la very satisfactory, although It of Eyesight lacks the valuable food constituent. fitting the of butterfat. There In left, however, In 3(HP proper glasses. the aklm milk, not only nil of the DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. sugar, which amount to about ttt parts In every 100 and mott of the Opposite Gilcher Hotel. mineral substances, hut also most of Office Hours to 12 and 1 to 5 p.ra the protein. The clnss of substances arc Important, because, be sides supplying tauscle and material, they also serve ns fuel for the body, a fitts, sugars and starches do. MINERAL DIRECTOR Rich In Protein. Office Over National Hank. Since the nutritive part of skim milk Residence 1'hone 3. Office Phone 27 consists very largely of protein, It Is to he classed with such food materials ns LANCASTER. KY. eggs, meat, fish, jtoultry and cheesu (though It Is more delicate than those foods), rather than with such substances na sugar, which servo only as fuel. Two and n half quarts of skim milk contain almost us much protein VETERINARIAN. and yield about thu same amount of Calle Amw.r.d Promptly Day energy as a pound of round of heef. Whole, unskimmed milk has, of Night. Phon. '317. course, a more pleasing taste to many KENTUCKY people, and those who do not need to LANCASTER, consider the additional cost will no doubt always prefer It. Children should always be given whole milk. When used for cooking, however, the difference In tnite between skimmed and unskimmed milk Is not so perceptible, and there nro many uses to which skim milk can be put n the preparation of foods. In the making of cereal mushes, for Instance, the ue of skim milk In place of water adds greatly to the nutritive value, particuBURGIN, KY. larly by raising the amount of materials. In making milk Office, Citizens Bank & Trust soups, chowders, custards, and cakes Company. .also, It can be profitably used. (tf.) Corn Chowder. 1 can of corn, or I lnt of frteh corn rrsted. , i cupruls of potatoes, cut Into email PPk HlB eJHrHK KaeiV OPTOMETRIST Practice limited 0SBkw to diagnosing and correcting defects 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. It operates at Louisville a most modern and efficiently equipped refinery THE HOME OF NEW CROWN GASOLINE, "The Perfect Motor Fuel." 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. 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 sustaining of its great state-wid- e service to the public. 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. .1. R. Beazlev Dr. Printus Walker Loans, L.oans, on Loans FARM LANDS Liberal Appraisements VORIS & MOULDER S tlsotuc-formi- plavea. 1 ouncee aalt pork. I emalt onion, choftwd. 4 cupfule of aklm milk. I Waapoonful aalt. 4 Trees For Spring Planting FRUIT AND SHADE TREES BLOOMING SHRUBS SMALL FRUITS STRAWBERRIES ounc.a crackers. .Cut the jKirk Into small pieces and fry It with the union until both nre a delicate browr4d the potutou and corn; cover with water mid cook until the vegetables nre aoft. Add the milk and snJt and reheut. It Is well to allow the crackers to souk In the milk while the (totatoes ami com nre being - GRAPEVINES PERENNIALS EVERGREENS HEDGING ROSES ETC. SEED POTATOES. cooked. Some jieople cook the cobs frtxu which the com has been removed, In water, und later use this water for cooking the potutoe und corn. Curd Cup Cakes. 1 cupful dry curd. 4 esse. K cupful iue-ar-. H teatpunful salt, I lent the yolks of the eggs thoroughly; add the sugar und the curd (which must be very dry), and leut until the mixture. Is smooth. Combine this mixture by cutting and folding with the stiffly beaten whites of the eggs. Hake for 20 minutes lu a moderate oven, In which the beat Is greater at the bottom. Use unbuttered gem tins. This amount should make about thirty Evcrythinir for the Orchard, A lnn:e Garden. illustrated catalog and guide sent on request. Lnwn and H. F. HILLENMEYER & SONS A Nursery Word In Kentucky. Lexington. Kentucky. Hunters Beware Standard Oil Company Incorporated in Kentucky We positively will not permit fox hunting or hnnting of any character or trespassing on our farms. Any violators will be persecuted J. 8. schooler, hJgar Trice, v. A. Price, Joe CriicllllJ, T. J. Trice, It. cake. la order to prepare the curd, take L. Elkin, II. M. Lear, II. L. Darker. or three quarts of two and one-ba(Other names will be added upon our aklm milk; heat to the bolllu (tf.) the payment of 25 cents) liquid p4at attf strata ; when no more lf 1705T! fI :ifl 4ht Willi 0 Th Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday Men 16. 1922 Eloquent Speakers Willi Plead For The Red Cross March 19th. 2S0 Pimple. 73 BUckheaaW ml 3 Beikt And 26th. , I mm ok PARADEYOU COULD GO TO 1'AItlS, Hint nnd ns worn - rarnr J' I rmKt W. a Umr, "S. iLrl.-n- frvllc part, . rJtj S. S.U for intent McRoberta Drug Store." VALLEY No reward It offrre.1, txwianc they nrn lorrrrri no qiininn will l ft.kol. ri cri ntm .nuttlon. "How '1II rutl lor ItiemT" Th.ra I Iml nna tnaw.r, "I cut out nw f4 trtat- mania ana gutwwnrK) I utol on of tlill nuiat tMiW.rful l.kvkl.elAnkra- t.lool.purlflfra ami f loal.tulklr Known, a ii' i mat la h. k. h.1 Now my fare I pinhlah. my akin tWor a a my rhcrka aro filial out nnl my lliiumatum, Vot, la Tlila will ta your aip.rleno-- , runel" you try 'H. too. If R H. It la guarantee! tn uraly trcrtaM In alt Ha rtmarkably erica-tl- e tnaillclnal Insrertlcnta. H. B. H. you from rwm means n new history that m H. H. R Is kl at all ilnia; alor In two Ttio Urcar alio la Ibo Na. mora economical. 1 ii t'e, li alt. tr HAMILTON Mr. Mose Cotercll U on tho sick Hit. from Mr. II. Davis for f40. Mr. J. N Ilulctte visited Mr. V. M. Creech one day lait week. Mr. Little Itroughtan, who ha been on the tick Hit I some better at thli writing Mr. Homer Highland and two icm, Mr. Minnie Wltion bought 'a cow Leonard and William, were in Creb Orchard Sunday, Mr. and Mr. Marlon Well were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Zack Wiltou. Mr. Marion Well and Mm. W. M. Creech visited Mr. II. I). Creech Tuctday tit lait week. All the pool tobaeo ha been delivered in Ihi tection and farmer eem to be anxious to tow tobacco bed again. SAVE MONEY WHEN YOUNG '.ENJOY IT IN AFTER LIFE Young men who would enter the decline of life in comfortable circumstance thould beg'n to save now. The approved modern method of saving la a raving account in the home bank. This bank Invite young men and young women ,to Join it family of savings depositor. One dollar open n savincs account, and any ium may be 'deposited thereafter. THE NATIONAL BANK OF IJVNCASTER. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. rapidly nenring campletloitr Speakers will address the pupils of the various schools in the county during the coming week in tho interest of the Red Cros. Resides thejc meetings there will be n Unien meeting of the churches in Lancaster at tho Christian Church, Sunday evening, Mnrch HMh., at wh'ch Dr. S. K. Ilrew ter, n noted speaker, will address the congregation on the health of the community and on the work o the Red Cross. A large audience should hear this gifted man as his address will be both interesting and instructive. Sunday evening, March 2Cth., at 730 P. M., at the Presbyterian church another union meeting of all the churches in Lancaster will be held and for this meeting one of tnc most eloquent speakers of the State will deliver an address on the Ex service men and the Red Cross. Ev ery man in the county ihould be prcient to hear this service man tnlk to them. Mr. W. - Kil Patrick, of Mt. Stirling, Ky., will In terest and enthuse all attending thi; service. Next Monday representatives of the American Red Cross will arrive in tancaiter and mnke their head quarters at the. Chamber of Com mcrcc Room, while compiling complete list of all men in the county who are entitled t compensation by reason of being di nbled. This Is a good work and will help many a o!dicr who is in need and who is unable to earn hi living. The Llalion Section of th Amrrican Red Cross has already help cd many disabled soldier. I- I'repnratlons for the coming Red Cross Roll Call to be held from March 24th. to March 31st., inclusive are of fashion, shops the new IPcreations in tothovisit its of tho nnd designers hands master ceo mn!c city themselves, hnvol mfinnitiins, hy tiic dnrin French whnt n wonderful timo you would And how glndly you would go I You can ciperlcnco tho thrill of i trip to Paris hy coming to Loulsvltlo during March 3 1st to April 8th, for Paris will be transplanted for thoso days to Louisville, In tho most gorgeous Stylo Show and Exposition ere itaged In America. Louisville's Second Annual STYLE SHOW and EXPOSITION wilt find Pari, with Its Elfel Arch Do Triumph, Its ipraylng fountain. Its beautiful boulevard. Its out of door tables, that aro so much a part of Parlilan life, and even .ts charming llttlo fhwer girls and Its gendarmes. Hero you Tower. It best of all hero, too. you will find. and on stage, tho very ncwi'.t Fitly profcusjonal modof Spring apparel. els, twico dally, will promenade the botilc-vartof this transplanted Paris, and display tho excluslvo creations brought horo In addition, by the exhibiting morchants. performances, at matinee and ovenlng thorn will he many special attractions that will mnko each blghlv entertaining. Aad In shops ls Change of Program Daily Matinee:' ItOX 2 O'clock Nights: 8 O'clock ,13c OITICK Alt.MOItY XUJIITS. iti:si:uvi:i .skats .mem. Mr . MATINKKS All Seat. Including War Tax T !c Kao lly sending 35c oicb to tho 'M rents! United Country Presj. 415 S. Third St.. Loutivllle, for tickets good for any evening Krformance. Orders will bo received up to March 3 lit. A CopMul 550,000. Surplus Honor Roll Dunk 50,000. THAT DULL ACHING Don't worry and complain nhout a osd back. Ot-- t rid of It' For weak kidneys, lame and achy backs, your neiuhtiora noy rills. J Louisville Sttvsnson's Praytr. Thrts Ways All Futll. Give u to awake with initios, giro There nro at least three waya of at to labor milling. At tho un llht-c- setting about reforming tho world-- all tho world, so let our loving kind of tliem Ineffective. London SaturUrsa mnko brlgtit ttirt house of our day lev low. habitation. Stevenson, 1 every week ly th HrllUh mint. Ona down tho sidewalk. Somo men pass-in- g week's output of coins woultl. If laid aaked lilra If ttio liaby wa bis out in n Uncle layer, make ,i gold, brother. Jnck looked at him n mo liver and cvpprr carpet ten yard ment, and then said: "Sure; wide and morw tlinn n quarter of a wouldn't catch mo haullne n . tollv long. mi arountL- Balls Htard Elahtctn Mile. The oraMlaw of tin- Jew, conslit ing of many trailing s touching the Jtoaalc law, telU thin Hie miclitit He nrvw employed Inivt- which went cnlliM SlegempiiMn Thi-M- j weru iin-on illITrrvliI x.nioii hy the pilno desire. multitude of templo ' eranndc-aunvd friuenly such a not m tho tnvt of Jeruwilnn that It Orloln of Varleut '"olors. i.wnl to rnlcli From madder (koh . in Hindu the words of n axnkt'r Thflr was thrti-foh- l: ston) ho obtain the psiiit color TurTo end tho key red. Prom ttio yillow snp of a prleats for sen leu. lo uiiiHmn tho treo In Slain, caught by tho native Itltea to coino nnd Wiij. nnd to in coconut (hell, gamboge. Itaw alca- npprlao Hrktii imt the un na and rmv umber from earths tn clean might bo hruutil lo the gnto Slrntm nnd Uindiin, lliiljr. named Mcanor. - Was. at 'British Colnag. . Tho baby was silting In Id grvcnrt turned out ami jbck was w Heeling lilm up and Seven million coin ara It Bad Enough Dreaming of Banlthmtnt. To (Iron in of tianlthmcnt signifies will hnto sorrowful news, hut that It will Ik) of short duration; for n womnn to drrom Mint alio la danlshed Is a very lucky omen and demiies that alio will spetillly attain tier moat san. ru this statement" Mrs. V. F Drlckey. Stanford Pike, nt took Doan'a IJncater. sarKidney Pills when I wa suffering with barknehn and they certainty are fine, I had a dull, nagging nchn in the small of my back and mora ing whrn I got up I was so lame my hips 1 could hardly ret cm a round Mi- - kidneys were weak and I bellevo my ktd acted Irrernlany neyn caused my back tn hurt Hav. Inc henid so much about Doan's "Kidney Tills I took them and before long 1 was entirely nired of tho I can certainly recommend tronbln Doan's Kldnev rills." Trice f.0r at all dealers. Don't stmnly nsk for a Vldner remedy get Poan' Kl'nev Pllla the same that Mrs recommend Doan'a Kid Ask your neighbor! Read ARMORY Style Show Association see ce MARCH 5ht - to APRIL Qfh inclusive Co. Mfrs. rti'ffnlo. rtrlckr bad roMer-Mllhur- .V Y. Seasonal Tips Red Cross CAMPAIG RED OFIOSS The work that has been accomplished and the work that is now being done in Garrard county should be recommendation enough for any one who may be undecided as to the merits of this worthy organization. Don't let the good work stop in this community. tiyv pur-km- io For Gardners Since the garden I expected to produce more food than any other piece of ground the same ilzo on the farm, it is osnential that it bu jrlvon the bust possible care. Large quantities of well retted manure werkisl into the soil before the crops ate plant ml are hlg kelps In making the garden u succm. Planning a campaign system of cropping is a good wny to overcome the disadvantage of the limlttnl space unijtlly provided for the garden. radish, spinach, early beets or early turnips can be grown between the rows of cabbage, toma toes or cucumbers. Prevention has more value in the garden perhaps than anywhere oNe, specially when ill is uiod to control insect, garden Specialists at the College of Agriculture ay. Some form of spray pump is almost an es sential in preventing insect damage and getting the best results from the garden. A small hand pump with the quart Jar uttached will give satis. factory result under average con- lltlons. -- gitM-ni'i- v REI'OIIT OF THE CONDITION Of Th. NATIONAL BANK NO. 1 493. OF LANCASTKit, KKNTUCKY, AT THE CLO$E OF I1USINESS ON MARCH 10. 1922. For Garrard Coujity Chapter RESOURCES Loans and dhcounti, including redltcounts (ex -- 3H,003.17 ' cept those shown in Ii and c) IL'Sa.DOO.n 3U.S2 OverdrafU. iccured. None: uniecured. S3U.52... to secure circulation (U. S. bonds par Deposited valuo - GO.000.00 03,000.00 All other United State Government Securities.. 43,000.00 Other bonds, stocks, securities, etc- Dunking Houie, IU.000.00; Furniture and tlxturiu, $1,000.00 Lawful reserve with Federal Rotcrve llnnk Caih in vault nnd amount due from nntionnl banks 00,237.98 Toinl of Items U, 10, U, 12, nnd 13 Check on banks located ouUhlc of city or town of reporting bank and other cash item...... Redemption fund with U. S. Trcaiurcr and duo from U. S. Trcaiurcr 20.!) 10.00 23,107.61) U0.237.08 838.10 March 24th to 31st Every citizen in Garrard county should be a member of the 7,000.00 ..................... LIAIIILIT1ES. 2,500.00 $177,138.45 (50,000.00 50,000.00 TOTAL ........ ............ .............................. $15,870.35 Leu current expene, interest, and taxe paid.... Circulating notes outitanding ................. Amount due to national banks ..... ........ Capital stock paid in Surplus fund Undivided profits Certified Checks outstanding Total of Items 21, 22, 23, 24. and 26 Individual deposits subject to check Reserve, Items 20, 27, 28, 20, 30, and 31..? 1,700.81 The latter part of March Is a good time to put out early cabbage. Jer 50,000.00 sey Wakefield has proved to be one 752.58 f the best varieties for Kentucky. 14,073.54 154.55 Records show that one vear out of 312,167.78 every ten the last killing frost in I prinjr occurs after May 1st. in the TOTAL $477,138.45 vicinity of Lexington, oftcr April State of Kentucky. County of Garrard, it: 1st. in the vicinity of Louisville,. bank, do solemnly swear ftcr April 25th., In the I, S. C. Denny, Cashier of the above-name- d vicinity of, that tho above statement Is true to tUo best of my knowledge and Owensboro and after Aprij 24th., in! S. C. DENNY, Cashier. belief. the vicinity of Paducah. Gardners Subscribed and sworn to before mo this 14th. day of March, 1022. L. G. Davidson, Notary' Public. can determine the best time to plant ' My Commission expires Jan. 8, 1024. vegetables liable to be killed by frost Correct Attest: W. M. Elliott by uiing this ichedulo of probable G. II. Swim-broaJ. E. Stormes dates after which no more killing froit will occur. Directors. .. .... 007.13 312,167.78 JOIN THE RED CROSS AND GET YOUR NEIGHBOR TO JOIN. (This spacs donated by The Central Record) The Central Record. Lancaster Ky. Thuraday, Men 8 8 ha. 1 6, 922. 1 HIS AWFUL HEIR By BONA i g "MED IN OLD KENTUCKY' lARNIS BLOOD WILL. TBLL Replace your scrub and grade sires with good pwriiTtda. Join the "Better Sire, Better Stock" campaign. What about this trio of herd boars? KING PILOT NO. 417,831, by th Pilot, tkm werlsl'a Big, Full Cut, Roomy and Comfortable They'll last longer, wear better aad the strong Triple Stitched Seams are GUARANTEED NEVER TO RIP Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ray and fam lly were with Mr. and Mr. Jaa. Mrs. Julia Wedle, who has been Simpson. rick is some betcr. Mr. and Mrs. William S. Ray and Mrs. Suite Renfro sold a hoc to baby were with Mr. and Mrs. S. N, Mr. Mike Noo, price $13. Sanders last week. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sobaatian and Mrs. Annie Stinett is suffering with a felon on her thumb. (baby were with Mr. and Mrs. Ray- - CARTER3VILLE To Direct He 50 Style ProtessioulNwiebit Ltesrile Sbw Burchell Sunday. Little Geraldine Carter has been Mrs. Preston spent last week with very sick for the past few days. IJsssssssssBBBBBbS V IdSasssssssssssssssssssssssssHT Mrs. C. S. Roop was the plcaant'hcr daughter, Mrs, Squire T. Whit-gue- st nJ Mr-- Whlttakcr. of Mrs. R. C. Ilolan Friday. itaker Mr- - "nd 3,rs- - slulro x Whittaker School begun at this place Monday,' BBT LlBrissssssssssssssssV. the finish of last term with Mr. An- - Pcnt Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. ' I,en Keller, of Lancaster. derson Hall as teacher. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Burchell Misses Cora Roop, Myrtle and Cora Carter were the pleasant guests of will soon 1.1 ove to Sugar Creek to his Mrs. Mclvin Stinett Saturday night farm purchased from L. L. Matthew.' Mrs. S. N. Sanders' son, James Last Monday the Death Angel tJbLLLLh flaHks MIbbbbbbh bbbbt "bbbbb visited the home of Mr. John Millions and daughter, Nannie spent the day and claimed as its victim his wife, Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. William Joiie. She had been suffering foriS Rav F Mr. Clay Ray nnd mother, Mrs. some time with tuberculosis. She was buried at the Dcrea cemetery Collie Ray, will move to the place H Wednesday. We extend our heart.' vacated by Mr. and Mrs. Raymond felt sympathy to the bereaved hus-- 1 Burchell. band, brothers and sisters. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Rnv and James S. Ray, Robert Ray Mr. and Mrs.1 LOYO MISS JOSKPIIINK I.KHR Wm. S. Ray and baby were guests Loulsrllle's 19:: Style Show and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Snyder were vlsi- - r Mr-- and Mr- - Fred Snyder Sun- Exposition, which will be held In d"' tors on Poor Ridge Sunday. Armory In PUy Simp,on cntertaed a the April 8tb, that city March 31st Sunday1 Ms to Marshal Ray spent promises to be the nura')cr friends at dinner Friday in most elaborate style rerue ever held afternoon with Mrs. L .L. Matthew. ' In the South. monor oi airs, iiooert Simpson' Miss uonr, a style .... . miss Jessie Ret.t was the guest of birthday. modl f national reputation from An elegant Mrs. William Simpson Sunday after- - Vrved n employed !?f l?ew Vork to of cverythlnp; by the Style Show board of dlree- noon. (consisting of guinea and all kinds ofi tor to direct the poses of the fifty , nr. mm1 Mn. uiu till, fii I. spent cakes. Mr. Ilobcrt Simpson before I professional models who will lake wniuaicer Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Newt 'her marriage' recently was Miss part In this Important spring f'h Ion event Grow Jennie Barr, of Lancaster. "P.lltlS OX I'AltAIlK" It will be a veritable Par event REPORT OF THE CONDITION In every way. Not only will the Of Tkm smartest Parisian wearing apparel be worn by the fifty professional models imported for tbst purpose, BANK but the big armory will bt transNo. 2888. formed to represent thst livum ul of lancaster, kentucky, city of fsshlon. The snaps of will represent fnh ousb.e close of business on march 10, 1922. French shops and tha decorat i n 'resources will be the mast elaborate ever Loans and discounts, including rediscounts (ex- In LoiiKvltle cept those in b and c) There will tie a craj.Me rfcar $354,830.05 $354,830.05 Overdrafts, secured, None: unsecured, $849.82 849.82 of urogram dally and manr ntt Deposited to secure circulation (U. S. bonds features have lien r n cI w ll which be Mnn an- - d ut r vJtT vlu?) ,"r. 50,000.00 j:t ns All other United States Government Securities. 1,040.00 61,040.00 There will i 6,500 at each rorfa' Other bonds, stock, securities, etc. 3,300.00 Banking House Failure never bothers the man who 7,000.00 Furniture and Fixtures 1,353.20 8,353.20 doesn't recognize its existence. ,'FeeeeW letter, of a ii i, is. tr siecitii s,duiv Hrlvveter I'etam, In the pflrlmicu of tils MlimMimnwiuii, wna n rich old crnb. He surely was rich, cvin as for-ttuiis nre reckoned tiowaditya; he whs old, If olio ctmwdera three scorv and Kl aa audi. Aa to being a crab m ell, It might be said (hat Im walked back wiinl, at lenst aa far aa Ids Ideas weiu concerned. Hut everyone has one lnconIstnry, uud old Sylvester's lvt bobby was this. lie was Interested In chlroKrnpliy to the H)lnf of Its being an ots1un. He was forever having to explain to Ids acquaintances that chlrography una not the enru of the feet, but n Kcloticv by which one ran rend character lu biindwrltlng. Let him get hold of a nclfhbor's writing, nnd be advertised the poor unfortunate's faults nil over the town. Meter did tie have anything roiniiicnduble' tu rewrt. Ho tat did old Syl's holiby possess him that rumor hnd It that ho had Hilled that his entire estate be um.M to establish an Institute to promulgate the truths of the science (ns Inter preted by Hylvcster Pelain) to the cud of dispersing n universal knowledge of chlrography. Now, there wna none to dispute this will. Ills only son was dead really dead although to did 8yl lie had been dmd from thy luoiuviit he announced bis Intention of marrying Kdlth Mel vllle. She was un nctresn. Old Hyl woulda't even see her. Tims, for 'J3 yenrs, om y i nau nenru oi ma oniy twice once recently when he died and on another occasion when Ills wife died ut the birth of their little son. Melville. Old Hyl might havo softened toward tha child, had he not been branded with Ids mother's nuine. He had at imKt forgotten the existence of "the brat," when out of a clear sky came a letter from the youngster, now aged twenty-one- . It was mi ordinary enough Mtpr c leA "KENTUCKY RANGER," a4rl ky thm largo boar in tk werleL "KENTUCKY CHECKERS," H't yew CATTLE black-cap- s CATTLE We own more BLACK-CA- P LACK-CA- P mr: CATTLE than any herd In Kentucky, ROYALTY NO. 213.77 AND GARRARD NO. 283.M1, "Herts Bulk." Young stock either sex for sale at all times. Visitors always welcome. Dixie SANDERS BROS. & J. M. AMON, PROP. LANCASTER, KY. Stock Far mis. Financial Report of the City of Lancaster Report of rccciplif and disbuniumcnta of the City of Lan caster for the year 1921, as reported to the new Council Jan. , 1922 by former Treasurer, W. S. Hopper: General Fund Receipts Disbursements Dec. 28, 1020, Balance $ 24.12 Miscellaneous accounts.. K. W, Harris 019.40 Extra Police service J. A. Uratton 12,631.80 Night Watch sn City Clerk ....... ...... ..12,830.06 231.00 100.00 Transfer WWF Proceeds of note Oil Acount Voucher from new Treas. to cover Total ...... over-overdr- ......... 1,128.00 642.50 Chief of Police 081.40 176.16 Labor 150.00 172.00 City Clerk 21.00 236.80 Police Judge 370.41 City Atfy Mayor 87.50 1,408.22 46.45 Hughes A Ware W. S. Hopper, Treas. Trans fers 1,095.63 114,747.12 314.38 Transfer W. W. Fund ................. tpewrlttetion the letterhead brokerage concern Mel vllle Dave Kots, Jailor H. C. Hamilton 170.55 25.00 180.00 47.00 263.25 well-know- n In New York. ns applying for jsssssssssssssY " bbV '3b19 LlirfiBK-'?leHEaBBM -- 9safara J 1 J5 AM J11 CITIZENS NATIONAL at the v Lawful reserve with Federal Reserve Bank Cash in vault and amount duo from nc'ional banks Total of Items 9, 10, 11, 12, and 13 Checks on banks located outside of city or town of reporting bank nnd other cash items Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer and due from U. S. Treasurer Suspended, Credits 20,947.76 58,007.54 58,007.54 1,459.41 ... ... 2,600.00 082.08 TOTAL Capital stock paid in Surplus Fund Undivided Profits 13,499.78 Less current expenses, interest, and taxes paid $502,030.45 ................. .... .. .................. ................ ......... LIABILITIES. .. 13,499.78 50,000.00 00,000.00 10,940.30 50,000.00 1,199.03 1,429.03 jo.GO 2,559.48 Circulating notes outstanding Amount due to national banks Amount due to State banks, bankers, and trust companies in the United States and foreign countries than included in Items 21 or 22) Certified checks outstanding 1. . Total of Items 21, 22, 23, 24, nnd 25 Individual deposits subject to check............ Reserve, Items 20, 27, 28, 29, 30, and 31 Certificates of deposit (other than for money borrowed) Total of time deposits subject to Reserve, Items 32, 33, 34, and 35 Notes and bills rediscountvd, Including accept- ances of other banks und foreign bills of exchange or drafts sold with indorsement of this bank 126.00 wns clear-cu- t 5.25 nnd bold, with Just enough slant to denote ambition, but with no trace of unpleasant acgrvs-Total $14,747.12 slveness. So be was Interested lu life Report of receipts and disbursements of the Wnter Works Insurance more prudent than bis fa Funds of the City of Lancaster, for the year 1921, ns reported ther, old Hyl reflected. Old Hyl went to tho phone. Finally to the new Council Jan. 2, 1922, by former Treasurer, W. S. came the report that Melville was not iioppcr: yet In. Old Syl retired to brood over Water Weeks Fund the wonderful signature, ttssured by RecMsrts DUba nemesis the operator that be would be sum- Balance Dec. 31. 1020 .1 28.31 J. A. Prather, Sopt f 854.85 moned ns soon as bis "party" could be Transfer Gen. Fund 65.04 Parker Jenkins 665.00 located. 6.35 Itastin Dros. 1,085.89 It was nearly IMSU. The "party" City Clerk 3.230.22 Const Dros. 63.45 waa In a tawdry Mew lork boarding J. A. Hratton W. S. Hopper, Treas. house, leisurely attlrtnghlmelf for 175.15 Total the day. He emerged looking like 13,328.82 W. S. Hopper, Treas. 126.00 an advertisement for a haberdashery, Cltx. Nat Dank 142.45 whistling nonchalantly and feeling Jim Drown 81.00 qulto positive that his latrneaa this Patsy Anderson 12.60 morning would be the last straw. Ttie Howard Jenkins 20.00 manager would surety stand for no 6.08 more. He whs a rotten bookkeeper, Tom Pjynter anyway he was clever enough to 46.60 S. C. Denny . . know that. However, he didn't care. 34.06 Homethlng would turn up, SomeHarry Dra'ton 11.00 thing always did. Kd Oaks 7.25 today's lateness waa , Tho reason for 19.67 up until all hoars the the usual one L. & .V It R. Co. 1.98 night before dnnrlng wttti Kathleen, J. It. Mount &. Co. 7J5 the pearl of ull womanJtowt Sam Short 20.00 l frankly. Kathleen talked to Georcj Carpenter 8.00 Let him get u decent Income and she George McDonaM would consider matrlmooy. 8.00 Jack Adams Pelam'a conjecture was 1.00 right ; his doom was already sealed Dal. to New Council 31.64 when he reached office. Tse manager wus prepared to deal the blow. "Yes, Total $3,328.82 l tr," was nil had tu say when General Fund told his services would b with. Ho hardly had u chance to real-li- e Dr. Cr. be now belonged to. the vast army Unpaid Vouchers of 1921 of unemployed when lioston called Transfer from old Council again. paid by rew Council $206.00 to new . $ 6.25 emerged front the booth ten Deficit 200.75 minutes Inter, warm and dated. The gist of It ull was that his grandfather Total $206.00 Total $206.00 hla mysterious old graswlfather of whom hla parents had told him almost Water Works Fuael nothing was nrrsngtsg for f 1UJ.UU) to be placed to his credit In a New York unpaid Vouchers of 1021 Transfer from old Council bank that very day. "Don't wan you paid to sew Council..... $60.00 to new $31.64 be" glad to have to wait till I'm dead to Deficit 28.30 you have n grandfather." Old Kyi hnd explained. Total $60.00 Total $00.00 l A more curious person than Pelain might have wondered at this Condition of Bonded Indebtedness City of Laacaatar of mind sudden Interest, but Jan. 2, 1922. was occupied only with Ihu Jingle of money. Why, IIOO.UM) would buy Wnter Works issue 1903, outstanding $13,000.00 Kathleen's consent, with some chnnge Water Works issue 1903, matured and unpaid $ G.000.00 I life Insurance policy and he wuntcd to know what bis maternal grandmoth er died of. Old Hyl might not liuve read the mis sive but for the signature. Never had It be run across audi a upeclmen. Parker Jenkins Hauling Freight paid Sinking Fund lltitin llros. National Hank City Coutieilmen IiaL to new Council ........ 1,700.00 3,060.71 373.76 ........ ............ ........... .... .... ............ ....... ....... . Pe4-M- Pel-M- ........ .... .... ... .. Pel-Me- dlined . Pel-M- .. .. ... Pel-Me- ..... ...... ........ ..... ... ............... 2,039.20 200,293.89 2C0.203.89 05,003.00 05,003.00 ,.. ............................. 2,600.00 TOTAL $502,030.45 State of Kentucky, County of Garrard, ss: I, L. G. Davidson, Cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement Is true to the best of my knowledge and belef. L. G. DAVIDSON, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 14th. day of March, 1922. S. C. Denny, Notary Public. My commission expires January 8th, 1924. Correct Attest: Shirley Hudson J. J. Walker J. W. Sweeney, , Directors. l' attaukei or Dattcriee , matured 7,000.00 KruMxil bis lint nnd stnrtcd " wus tho right to Kathleen. Total $13,000.00 haute for him, thought many n clerk, na lie daidied through the oinre. The Interest accrued to Jan. 2nd., 1922 345.55 accommodating stenographer with the Water Works issuo of 1912 $12,000.00 big, serious eyes, mi! neur the door. Water Works issue of 1912, matured nnd paid $ 4,800.00 "O. Mr. I 'clam." she cnlled to lilm. 7,200.00 nd then she gnve him a prosy tues. Water Works issue of 1912, not matured age. Awfully decent of her, of course. Total thought but why atop him, $12,000.00 even for u moment? Couldn't she see Interest accrued to Jnn. 2nd., 1922 240.00 wna In n hurry T All she had mild he "You were gone last Explanatory noto: to him was: night when 1 finished that tetter to After two months work, tho finance committee of tho City your grandfather, so I Jutt signed It Council of the City of Lancaster submit the above report which Pel-M"Pel-MelPel-Me- left over Water Works issue 1903, not myself. I hopo you don't tnlndT" In All Humility. aometlmea discus "yes," replied Senator Sorghum; but In all huwlllty. I'm perfectly wHlbsg to keep the coaversatlM gulag that the other fellow will hare a aa to ttte." subjects You you don't unuvrstauu," remarked the censorious friend. they believe to be correct to their best knowledge. We found hat no bond book had been kept for years and that only by constant inquiry and advertising could we find these bonds. We expec to keep for public inspection a bond book from this date. Citizens can see at a glance that we have $6,000.00 in bonds that are past due and unpaid, with not sufficient funds to meet them. Let us have suggestions. Finance Committee, City Council. Tha Central Record. Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Men 16. 1922 Want to Feel Just Right? Take an M Tonight JUST TUT IT A NO SEE kttitikf, llrW, LIVESTOCK s NEWS FEEDING GARBAGE TO SWINE HAVE YOU THESE SYMTOMS? U TROUULE lot of Impurttlrt that your otrmorked dicntlta nj elimlnatW organs r.n'l get tIJ of. Illli, old, taltt, c.lutntl and ordinary liiatlm, cathartic and purges only force tht lion.lt anj tuJ th llvtr. Nmtuf't A?my (S'R TsblftO actt on theiloraach. liter, howt It ami nrn kldncrt, not forcing, Imt loti. Ing anil tttrnglhrnlng tliMfl organt. Tht trtull It prompt i.litf and real, laitlng bentfit. Malt th lot. Natute's KermJyniil ad rotnitly, thoroughly, ret to ntnuiy,tu (roily, inat )nunui think, nature hr- itll Mt come to the incut ana It doing lb. wink. V, .t.l , l.li.1! At Htr.!J W 4 k Maf iH U IS, your system is Mk Unt jm M U lU mmtimf. paH TWt "Wwr" W Bm. If So, Commence Whn Collected Frequently and Wall Selected.'!! Will Make Good Quality of Meat. Tak- rrprJ It rH 4 . t1lf ttff ir. II ikn..f CMI,I4, lit. UK HdUftl, lWt m II Mtflt W IMt Hfkl M t H rr ft Ilk-Il- l kit. It M t, lit. Ih, Oil TttWl ttit, 14 "1.1 , s it ? j , y R. E. McROBERTS, Lancaster, Kentucky. Calloway Farmers Plan For Orchard Improvement Interest among Calloway county farmer in the better care and management of their fruit tree haa considerable incrraic thia tprinir over that ihown last year, County Agent J. II. Gardner, ha re ported to the College of Agriculture! Klcvcn demon! extension division. (rations have been held In different parte jpf the county to how farmer the best methods of pruning and spraying their treea while I'J farmer have ordered apray pumps. 400 Morgan Farmer See Pruning Methods An the result of n number of prun ing demonstration held In different parta of the county by County Agent II. II. Itankin, many Morgan County fArmcra have been taught how to clean up their orchard as the first itep In Increasing their productive ncs, according to a report. A total of 3S demonstrations held in the county were attended by npproxl mately 400 farmers. I.... With hU eye glued to the top of Incidentally, if you keep a atilT up the ladder, our office devil says he per Hp H won't interfere with the would rather be jacked up then to be on. called down BUY STOCK IN TIIK Morn llinn 40,4j,ta.l pounds i( garbage-fed pork I proouced ntiiiunlly Ijtck of vitality, n feeling of tiredthroughout the United Slntr mm the feeding of tiitile Hcrnpt mid lintel ness, bad breath, pale lips, colorlcs refne. Ileretnfiir' illllloiltle lmt cheeks, lost of weight, flabby fleih, bitu eijM'rlfiiced In the eoniomlrnl lessened strength all of these call of city Kr ntid autlKfuctnry the immediate ue of Gudc's Pep Imce. The L'lilteil Stutea lemrtmeiit for It will positively proilnt out Hint Hie nf Airiiciiltiin1 results. Try takmm of iiiiinlclpnl girliiiKe for tln pnn duce satisfactory iluctli'ii of (Mirk olTera a aiillnlile metliiHl ing it with your meals for a 'few weeks and be surprised yith the imfor tlliMriil of thete wntte product tin- - repletion mid tm of provement in your condition. Gudc's our Hirk aupplle nt n low cot. n will help you back to CurlmiTi! Milled U feil to Uie MUM strength during convalescence from I collectiil with reiUHitialile frequency any illness. It bin been prescribed iiml lie t'rif from tin nun, c"iip, lirokeii clnix, mid oilier urHlitrtilile successfully by phyiicinns everyIt Is where for thirty years. It is a recog-nize- d or liiJtirliiiM foreign ntoterlnls. ileslnilile nUvnjK for cltlitt to nmke iron tonic of honest merit. (iirlmge etilleetloitt und then itlnpoe-o- For Mle in liquid and tablet form by It lo Individual. iiavoelMtlona, or nil druggists. Ask for it by the full corporation iki ii (unlnict mM, name, "Guile's th" city ojierntea Its own Advertisement. fiirm. lAuig-tliiirontrncta nre likely to ! tnixit antlsfuctory to nil rntirtniel ; Ixulde they effect the ue of n better clntu of iijulpment mid letter rmiltnry roiidltlmis. The pig or lioti' to Ih Failure in growing soybeans for fill tuny Ih botiKht an fetitem or nttt The the first time are due largely to the Ik ralnil on tlio feilliig farm. fact that the beam are planted too latter method ghea much more stl MethiNlt of feiillng, deep er that they nre not Inoculated factory hmidlliig. Iiiiii'Iiic mid mre nwy differ before seeding, Kalph Kcnney, crops coiitldenildy mi linig n the ineiitlnl extension specialist at the College of of aunltutloli and hog comfort nru iIh Agriculture is pointing out many aervetl. Kentucky farmers who will try the Kiiulpiiipiit for feiilln: uliontd In of garbage ntnll-nlil- erop for the first time this year. ndapteil to the In most Kentucky soils, from one-ha- lf mid to tciil eondltluM. cllmnte. to an inch is probably deep and trnnirtntlon. a n nile. raw enough to cover the seed. Corn giirlmge I preferable to cookwl for the um of hog. In n"o the planter attachments for planting soywenlhiT almuld be ao cold that the gar- beans take care of most of this bage fnt'KK, It la nilTtvnhlc to tlmir It trouble by dropping the bean seed beforo foiling, tirnernlly the tine of through n separate opening and algrain as n auppleiiii'iitnry foil for the lowing part of the soil to fall en the giirbuge la not mi economical practice, It mtt l proldei whwi the corn before the bean drop.. but Although soybeans grow well on supply of gnrbnge l temunirily wliort. Hog which nr to Ih fid pirbnge good soils without inoculation, they tlhiiil-- l Immuiitieil ntaliiot cholera take all the nitrogen which they re- t by the dnChln or almultnmHius (quire for growth from the soil when Tliornui;)! lH'rmr.neiit Immutil 'grown under these conditions. On zatliiti l very lmHirtnnt lMcnut of the the other hand, most Kentucky soils presence rf raw pork acrnp) from In- are of medium fertility ami conse th I'nltxl PHI t jt.rKnltur I Ixptrlm.fit ing Gucfe's Pepto-Manga- n And Get Back To Good Health r V M -- - -- i iliinl YOU WANT TO SEE BEFORE YOU BUY A TOBACCO SETTER. WE HAVE THE AGENCY FOR GARRARD COUNTY. Pepto-Mangn- The Nisco BRYANTSVILLE, KY. Sugar-Coate- f un-le- Pepto-Mnngan- NOAH MARSEE, JR. Excellence Accounted For. However they may pronounce the "Mother." snld little linger, "I know word, It' your ramlled opinion most why Nornir tooklc tasto so good. people, desire. Hmton Transcript. ships when shu I mtUng She nlun mid the ong j,eU Into 'em." Ilostou Good Two Causes Are Cited For Soybean Failures Advle. tj-j- o gar-Ifig- e Where the Dlbte I Barred. Over an0.iMK,0 lllble. translated Into TZS different language, have been distributed by the llrltlMi mid Foreign A Marked Dlfftrence. Hlhle society. Thibet. Nepnul. AbyssiIt'i so hard to spread a good Idea nia, part of Arabbi. mid Afghanistan through a community, and so easy to ure stIU clixeil in the society. measles, mumps, smallpox, spread cblcken-pomid lies. Atchison Globe, The Other Way Around. A commencement speaker wnm Not a Godde. apilnst the "conceit of learning." ConNemesis not n goddess, but nny ceit proceeds from Ignorance rather wife who tins discovered an Incident than the opposite. The morn ono In her liutbnnd's life which liu would knows, the more one appreciate tho Just n soon bavo forgotten. New vast fields of knowledge be cannot reach. Pittsburgh Oniette-TtmYork Sun. x e. Germs, says tlio United States politic health sen Ice. aru usually a hand to mouth affair. Itctter wash up. Transcript. treat-tiien- Lancaster Building & Loan Ass'n AND HELP YOUR TOWN Inserted bj Laacasler aad Garrard Coutj j Bp 0 K d IIY COMMITTKK Cbbr FltO.M I.ANCASTKIt Bl J Etirnecl K KOIIINSON, O 1- -2 way lo pay for HOME. Ct PerInreslntDl Best President for SUKI'LUS FUNDS Wm. S. IIOI'PKK, StcX & Tre. Lt of Conccrce HANKS Vetir. , in Richmond. MIm .Sadie IlalsUm lil the II. V. Mrs. T. S. Pieratt and daughter VtlBt-daj- r P. rrenlag. have returned heme after two weeks, V. M. S. meuU with Mrs. Gihi. vfctit with her mother, Mrs. Doty.j Kay Thursday P. M. at 2:30. I near Klchmond. Sunday .School Scnday at 10:50 A. i M., and preaching at 11 o'clock. A duftvited candidate saya there is - no honesty in politic, and an exMr. and Mr. Lig Kay are weleiming n gtrl in heir home, named, change pertly remarks that the supt hrtatine. I ply seems to be eiual i the demand. Mrs. Flora Long, of N,cho!nv.l!o, visited Mr and Mr V P I :rg fie Mr. U" K. WSifnVi-- wat in Stan llrtt of the week. .Mr. Nora Teatcr Mr. V P. Long, ford Monday Mr. T. S. Pieratt was in Louis, j .Milium Kthel Kay, Martha Curtis and Snllie Imu Toater spent Wednesday vil.'e latt week. r BUCKEYK qucntly inoculation is necessary for best growth. For this purpose, oil 'from the top four inches of a field ! that grew inoculated bean last year iw.Il be satisfactory. A quart of soil wi'.l oculatc n buhel of beans. ' Tv.e soil for inoculating may be gathered now and placed in a corner of the barn until tfme for seeding 'In inoculating the beans, a bushel of ; them u placed in a box or tub and sl.ghtly moistened with water after Wh.ch the powdered soil is sifted over them, care being taken to see ' that all seeds have some soil on them. Th.ey fhould be .planted immediately after treating. .LJk ft it 1 - Capital $50,000.00 Surplus $60,000.00 Honor Roll Bank. 4 per cent paid on time posits. Call and see us. J. J. Walker, President. t. de- W. K. Champ, W. O. Kigney, Ass't. to the President. L. G. Davidson, Cashier. J. - Gill, Assistant Cashier. W. F. Miller, Assistant Cashier. Mrs. Naomi Hamilton, Teller. I- CITIZENS NATIONAL LANCASTER, KY. BANK. I. 0tlf-Ftdcr- s for Garbag Are ccasfully Used In Some Instances, but Are Not Generally Recommendec Oecauit of tht Difficulty In Keeping Them Sanitary. jFarm And Home News From Over Kentucky Suo jgiris of In order to help farm boys and Allen Co'unty get started in the production of purebred animals, banks in the county will finance the purchasing of pigs for member. of the junior agricultural club there, a rtiport from CouHty Agent A. M. Allen state. As a result of the winter egg lay- ing project being conducted over the State by the College of Agriculture Several A Virginia Comer Public Squnre nnd Dnnville Street. Birds With On Stone. I ARE YOUR CHILDREN EXTRAVAGANT? To nllow a child to become o.navnjrant, no mat-to- r how wcll-oi- r the pnronts may bo, is to seriously i I character. lntorfore with the tlovclopment of ICxtravn'iuico breeds dluneavt and a lack of appreciation of .values. A pampered and child can never really experience those joys anil pleasured that are the birthright of childhood. it-s over-indulK-- ire it 'WLm rn f i ? r S. 4 PER CENT ON TIME AND SAVINGS put Into fected bog which mny l gnrtwse cans. (Siirhuge-fe- d hogiahow no greater suoceptlblllty to lubemi pnetimtmlH, or k I mini) thHii grnln-fei- l milmal. Pork from jptrbnce-fii- l bogM Is n l In quality nt that rebutting from otber fitiK ami hog iwll ul the uieniKu giirbHgi-fii- l prHitlinlly the Mime prhei an onlimir' extension division, many Livingston gniln-fei- l unliwtK County farmer are learning better The mrlMtce from luore tbau S.tk. of obtaining higher egg pro(AX) lKHiple I fii to lii'i-'- In etlle duction from their Hens, County w lirre iiiunltiptil pork are .;iilUvi of Agent L, C. Pace reports. Chief inproduced from wnato foiHl prMucta. I centered around the leading If fed under unliable condition tblt tercut giirbuge Mipply Is Mllllclelit to produce flocks in the county, which a a genupproxltiiHtely Ni,iti.(ii imiiiihU of eral rule ,nro the one that nre reMirk ii eiir. tleneruUy, It take nlxmt ceiving n balanced ration, nre well M mhiihU of giirluige to prinluce one housed and that have been culled to pound of marketable pork on the hoof re. novo th oloafer. the report states. The giirluige hhould ln collected lit Owner of purebred White Wyanteust two or threo time u eok In dotte Hock in Webster County" are northern eltle. while In Kouthern eltle distributing purebred hatching eggs dully colleetlon hhould In' made ilurlnc to their neighbors in order to furthhot w wither. The iultH'iit lor feodlng hogx In er the plan to make this breed the IpuikIih, or ilat standard for the county, County eludes on the kiwi of gnr Agent Lloyd K. Cultor report. form. Imce fed. (inrlNlk'e feil on plutfwrtnt Members of the Junior agricultural U morti roadlly necoMdldo to the iui clubs in the county, who nre raising lit IiiihI". liel poultry as their project, also will obtelitloii to prx'ielit rloUKllig uhell eoiitalu itMdon riinl or inn tain egg from the sanje ource. With u total of 1UK farm boy and It fri'sea. Trough oilm, rr In are useful for feetllng gnrbagv Hint ll girl enrolled in Junior ngricutauro! In alt the fiiillin clubs, this work is continuing to den'inllliwld. tiiulpment mutt be kept clean and nn velop in Lewis County, according to Itary. n report of County Agent K. 0. Hate. Club school which nre held every Essentials for Hogs. day and which deal with some Plenty of Milt iilwaj K'fore the ten hogs I one of the t entliil for thrift, agricultural or home subject nre the also imlu-M- . chemicals, dry dl or other latest development in interesting the farm youngsters. mineral. lol. illnei - go-n- young men culled week. Fllty-iiln- e mid (wild up the next day, while two ld a jenr In ndvmice. Tho oeti Labor Clnrlnii (Sun I'rancUco). editor threatened to pub-llsli the name of n certain young mnn uho wan teen hugging and kissing a rk imlens hi subtcrlp-tlo- n girl In the to the paper iim paid up In a I Your Best. Suppose the mnjailty of men today were each In kl place nnd putting forth hi lcst effort to do hi duty what would linppenT Just this: there would bo many strange line of conduct, no doubt, but no one can question that this would be n better world. Camel Going Without Water. An ordinary enmel will carry It pack 2fi mllex n day for threo dny without WHier, while there are snniij that will go without wnter Mi mile n day for live days. A !eclnlly tmlneil cainel will curry a rider n binidreil mile In n day. It lift tho teg on the samu side at the miiiiu time, like n A mature enmel wilt pncltig horw. curry a loud of n ihouutud pounds. The animal l imt full grown until It klxteeutli or eenteeiith Ji .ir. Grtek and Roman Churches, The Greek church dient from the doctrine that the Holy Ghot proceed froni the Pnther nnd Son, reject the papal claim to supremacy, and udm'nltter the eucluirlst In both kind to the laity; It agree with the ItoniHii church In the belief of seven Micrmnviits, trtiusiibttmitlalton, tho adoration of the lion, confection, absolution, ieniiee. pni)cr for tho etc. Tl.o Grtvk church formally sepuniteil fro:. i tl.o lloiuan church lu Ji-u- 1501. Can mm. tWf-feel- mLUiS AJLiTAI OlblLm Two Through Trains Daily Keif-feinl- Birmingham New Orleans Limited Lv. Lv. Lv. Ar. Ar. Ar. Lexington Osnvill .10:40 A.M. 11:40 A.M. 12:50 P.M. New Orleans Crescent City Special Lv. Lv. Lv. Ar. Ar. Ar. Lexlnfltan fn Somerset Chittanooga Birmingham P.M. 10:35 P.M. 6.-2- Danvilbj... Somerset Cluitaneofla Birmingham New Orleans .10:30 P.M. 11:30P.M. 12:40 A.M. 650 A.M. 10:30 A.M. 10.-0- Ntw Orleans 10:30 A.M. P.M. The Garrard Bank & Trust Go LANCASTER. KY. Wo sell travelers Cheques, which are good in the United States and all foreign countries. Breeding Hogs. There i one great satisfaction in Kxrrclku mid not too much feed I paying an Income tax. You can al essential to ratting the best breeding ways brag about it. bog. Too much feed make them The fellow who nalntt his house overfat. this stirinir will be nultc Justified In Breakfast (or Hen, considering himself a "foremost citi tiood warm wheat make a nlcs zen." Paint up and strut up. brwikfast fur the biddies. C.tt Pullman Sleeping Cats and Coaches Dining Cats Sewing All Meals Ft tkktfe, sleeping car reservations or other Information, Tick 1 1 Agent, or address, apply to H. C. KING, District Passenger Agent, 104 Nortn Umetton Street. Leilngton, Ky. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, Mch 16, 1922 lOtwHrsiXWWintuM ijuiwm b ClatsiM Calumn EXCHANGE VALUES If n person were to wash only one side of his face and continually nexlccl the other side he would ?oon become a local curiosity would be considered dippy. Yet many of us, cleanly throiiKhoiit in our personal habits, allow th beauty of well kept front yards to become marred by an accumulation of trash alonK the back fence. Dirty and lUthy alleys and tittle streets are an eyesore to any community. They are not only a detriment to property interests, but are a continual menace to health. There is not a thlnK to be saitl in their behalf, but much to be said aifuinst them. Why have them in this town? A few years axil farmers tightened their jrrnsp on the lines of their teams and cast hostile Klnuces at passinu; auto- RATES i Single insertions 1c a word No nd taken for lets than .'0c in this column. No ad. In thii column chanted. Seven Insertions for the price of five. Phone orders muit be paid promptly of all kind,. & By ETHEL LYONS sXHXK0000XOOOOOOOOOOOOOg "A penny lady, Te.ted Field Seed, FOIt LOAN: Office rooms Hadton Farnsu. Same Mule. A. F. Sander. with wood iineiiioiies entwined with pru) of green arretted Ills cue Ity FOR SALE: Two fall IUr Type Joe' Poland China Hoar, by Peter Pan, Only .Vl cents n bunch." The lerk out of ion of Revelation; Three fall was ut his elltow. "Just In from the Hoars by Black Prince, out of Orcini; inuntry this uuirnlnic." Jack did not hesitate. ".Send n hunch J. S. Skinner, Ud Son. Marcellu, Ky. to tills address." i:lltiic 1,1 n I'elle's ailtress. He did nut think of the (towers mch In Shoe repairing neatly done, also watches, clock, victrola, Ktins, re- until he was nerlnc home that nltflit repairing. He Wondered If Telle would ! general volvers, and reasonable Near Walker' pleased. Celle was. Price No sooner liml he entered the ilmir Livery (table. her arms were around hi & Son. thin bear-likAllen Thompson In a hni; "Oh. Jack joii dar FOR SALE: Barred Rock Kiws. ling ' To think you reiiiemhereil m birthday when I'd forgotten It ni)elf. 15 for $1.00. Flock built from New-ber- t, And those huely lotely Thompson and Nichlot strain. Roses' Jark Rasped, couldn't he Headed by new blooded males each Hut. yes, there Hie) were III a crystal year. Mr. T. D. O'Hearn. bowl. What would the Kalrtlelds think piL) of that miserable Utile Itiiurh of wild e mer K''n.' for rent on ,econd It wns i Vile "As If It muttered ! Cltlien National Hank. turn in Im mnfilln.' now. "Ittit itr, loor. Jink. wiimi'I Sirs, lulrclilld lust dear hot nlilit? I lue tlitw little gra White Plymouth nrl nwr her ears. Siie's like the FOR SALE: Hock Ekk. 5 for $1.00. uriuicl!iicthf r nne rends nlmuf, tint sel Mrs. Roy Prather, iluui sees." Lancaster, R. No. .1. Vis, slit, was great J" Jmk nudded (It.) ittMenll). "Kill, il.t )oti I. turn. I'ulr Burpee Seed that CJrow at tlehl neer mentioned ttuit umniiKer-sh!i- . (3.1B.7t.-pd.- ) A. 11. Ua.tln & Co. I tliuiiutit sure Iih unnled In ills- w hen he nsked us up fur din' cuss Burley Tobacco Seed for ner. Of course .Manly 4ms been un Standing wile, the old kind, pounds and qual the ruml lunger tluin 1 was. I siipHise ity, 1.50 per ounce. he's better entitled ti It." He arose U. F. Kelley, l.ancater. It. 1. mill went Into the hull. "ox li3. 'Jmk. dear,'' ("ellc'i mice followed hllll, "don't iii think It would he FOR SALE: Nice pair of mare rallier nlee thine to do to send itrs. Mime flowers today? I'd like mules about 16 2 hand. 6 year old well broken. If you need a her to know Hint we appreciated lut nlitht." good team ee theie mule. J. W. Elmore. of .lack KCoaneilH Inwitrilly as he thought hill reposlnc In his the lone FOR SALE: 75 bate? of Rood hill fold. Hut he ncipileed cheerfully straw. Price 75 cent a bale at my enough.I "To he sure. I'll send them go nut for lunch." V. H. Ms. when barn. At lunch time, remeiiiherliii: tils 3.1C2t.) promise to (Vile, he went Into a near A cluster of roses, EGGS FOR SALE From Pure by Itorlst's, yellow that they were almost orange. Ured Buff Wyandotte chicken. 15 met his eye. t'elle's futurltcs' Jilst for $1.00. Phone 351). the thing. C. H. Simpson, llu Ids way out, a glass cue rilled .) I knowI lluil old ulille spoiled cut) i liiuice j mi Iniil.' '.in. CVIIe. don't lull. Ili.it may, Juck's tlce nus lllliil with tender AI clmnces were pretty slim, an) May. unit ns fur ymir Milhin them I cnes mil. I illdn't cure ulxiut the Jul i mi in) nun uccihiiiI ut nil." lie lied tiillnnlly. "but I dn't nnt my wife iiluiiys In lie nhllceil In wear made' lifWnHT lnjin.' ullli her n(ti spiHin. I iiiii"(Ii, Jui t.' he Iiuini out liutc lixiketl 'lull a fniitip bisl nltflit lit -i ii un tf for Jmk l.oimird )ur iIioiirMs, fur ieered uer I lie ut telle, who The Hub-Push- in Incorpurnletl Co. In tvf' Cordially Invites You to Attend Their Spring Opening FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, MARCH SEVENTEENTH AND EIGHTEENTH Showing the Latest Fashion Trend in SUITS, COATS, WRAPS, DRESSES, SPORT JSW APPAREL, MILLINERY AND PATTERN HATS For Women and Misses NEW AND AUTHENTIC FASHIONS mobiles. A few of them spilled tacks in the roads for cars to run over. Most of them contented themselves with eussinn the motorists after Kettint; their The Pleasure of Your Presence Earnestly Requested. is tancaster, Ky. teams tinder control or picking themselves up out of a ditch. Hut Mr. Farmer has graduated from that class. He is no longer hostile to automobiles. He drives one of his own. He U death un the culpr.it who throws a nail or a tack onto the highway. Even his horse declines to take fright or become skittish. Times have changed. So have we. Wiictlujr you be a republican or a democrat, or a you probably noticed the itatumcnt from W'ashhiK-to- n to Um cirect that Jlr. Wilson decluiu.4 to communt on the. work of his Muccesnor in the white house. Lu thin instance Mr. Wilson displays wisdom, and wood uiiik-wump, nk Danville, Ky. nes'" Barred Plymouth FOR SALE Rock egg, 7Gcts. per setting of 15. Phone 357-- B Lancaster Exchange. Mrs. W. A. Henderson Paint Lick, Ky. FOR SALE: Some rancy Thoro-breOwen Farm, Thompklns' Strain S. C. Rhode Island Red Rooster, ald, Prices so eggs from same strain. reasonable. Call and nee, phone or write Mr. Fred Hall, Paint Lick,, Ky. (tf.) Barred Rock eggs for sale at $1.00 Gets, per egg by the 100. Flock headed by F.. B. Thompson Strain. Phone 378-Mr. Tandy Center, Paint Lick, Ky., Route No. . per setting or SHOES. SHOES! Slightly worn, for women and children at the old Brummctt tand, near the Garrard Look for the ign of Warehouse. ""The home of many shoes." A. J. Thompion, Proprietor. Disk Plow, Brat Harrow, $15; Oliver Riding 60 and $15; Breeching, $0.50; Top Hame Cord Chain, to $4.00; Bk. Band, tOcU; Collar pud, 15cta. Cook Stove $20 to and $85.00. Wire Fence, 67 per rod. 07 2 t5ct.; $2.00; Collar Brace $1.00 J. R. MOUNT & CO. Eagle Heads and Virginia Red Eggs for hatching $3.00 far 13. Jim Bollard. Phone 378-F- . Pit Games l.aneaitr, Ky. Brooms! Brooms! re-ta- ll. for u bnom Ask your dealer The very best made In Lancaster for the money. Wholesale and M. C Turpin & Sons, (It.pd) Lancater. Ky. Notice Anv one holdlmr claims airainst the estate of G. M. Patterson, deceaied, are hereby notified to present same property proven to me on or before Anril 1st.. 1922. Any one knowing f emsclvcs Indebted to said eitate will please come forward and settle Mr. G. 51. Patterson, at once. AJmx toil SALE Have Just received ' But Only Then. a pan of White Plymouth j Musi women hate tlsttrry when lie made mistakes whili: in AT COST FOR CASH Mower! fran the poultry' farrn of Frank I oSicv, an all other presidents . It applied to trtber wnuien. they hear In her ecstasy (Vila did not nolle? I Foy, Cllntun, Iowa, to add tu my w Il...it Transfrlnt- MY atMCLE COMB Id contlernatlnn, and with effort on an Mr. llodk. Can now furnish Cockerel at have made thvira, and Jack's part they spent a Ky evening Isn't It Strings! BROWN LEGHORN. EGGS: b Ji00 and Pullet, at 11.50 each. Egg Harding will make hu. as beritteil Hie occasion. i Somehow or other tbt mm whs Wo are all human, enough to in souMin ti $1.00 fur IS. Mr, 1'alrtleld uoddrd cheerfully as the loudest always msrtnt to so 10 for 75cuv. 100 for JUO0 In J .Mrs. J. C. llurasidct he passeil Jack's detk In the outer f tolores first In n I'ullmsn rsr. in judgment, but oneuC the sleep ( ltnca.star. I jnaastur, Ky , L'hone .17H-flee next mornlnjc. "Come Inside In of all follies U to. stand 10 for $1.00,. 100 for JS 00 by Z about half un hour, will you!" Houte No L !err d' 2.1-- 4 1 pd.) Trui Blue" and tht "Blue Ribbon." and criticise the trfte who mail prepaid within third zone. The hands of Hie ottlcechM-(Hinted The eipressliHi true hlne Is handed to Ur.'tO us Jack litgctnglj succeedH iih in otlice. I down from the .Scotch I oeaJiter of ERLE C. with the reilesl. It is not au American trait. eutur ulm chosu the Seventeenth KY. SJ HOX 173. LANCASTER. "Well, I leoiiNrd. ci.ncnitiil.ile III opposition to a, & )ou!" Mr. Kulrtleld rose and ems.Mt hlue royaltheir eliihlem('ownuuwrs were red. the Periodically some woman Jack's liaud. "Sit down now- - and welt a crnup hound I The y n series of onenanti. opens the. eyes of the men thing mer a lilt." talk the FROM OUR S. C DARK forms anil to uphirfd the rreshsier au In u daxe Jack did us he was hid. around her oftimo.s to their faith, Tim- - tue hlue wa UROWN LEGHORNS. "Now. youni; man' Mr Kalrtleld's. doctrines of Notice is hereby iriven that the applied originally to a oyul I'reshy. (Jrea'.est wditur layers and discomfort. wilce took on n cnnrldentlul tone "I'm Kentucky n corporlhhon. always tho Aero ClUb of KgK, l.'.' mutiny makers, golni; to he frank with you, of course terlau. The hlue A 'JIl year old jjirl was ret, the winner m .i nn-- or reward ration organized under the laws of per 15 mil up, Chicks I Jets Ihh-i- i you know that omslderlnc cently elected mayor of an originated III the ue of a hlui Kentucky, has been diolved by the and up m and .Manly both for gen.fal iiiamt-Se- r ribhuit hadse of the dlslliicul-luOhio ity of 7,0()(l population. us reof the ale department. I dou'r the Knights of the intrter, mi order consent of its stockhu4ders Jive them ;i trial if not mind telling you that the ii.U wure quired by lawThe underworld considered satofje ue will return your III by Ildwanl iiio.lly In Munl)'s faor. Vihi are u fuundeil All persons havinic rluims against it a joke, and prepared for muiry hit ) i mi iik'. you know and nuewluit said corporation will present them tu carnival of crime. lacking In ex perl. in c. -a Farm K. MuKobcrts at oace II. I'llUBP ki V W'hlmsU-:i- l expression passeil mcr his To The- Cltiiens of (Jarrurd County: Hut the .voting mayoress apButaa Villa. Kjr. l1 Walkur, rhairmuu, llristilif i'lr l face "l'e had onlers from hJiilu-- r up. pointed herself police chief, A ttreat deal of complaint is coin- R. E. McRoberUs Sect'y & Treus. Hoy. that little hunch of wimnI aneJuiljjo that magistrate, and the whole mones turned the trick. I found HeJe in to me us your County lug mer them when I got home owner of live stock in some localcr) Reinjf a graduate phyworks. last nlKliI" then' wu .1 suspicious ities ant permitting it to run nt l.irite sician, she even became health und lu moisture his own e)es "ym to the annoyance of the public commissioner. couldn't know, hut they were her fa- in tinlatian of law. Some liav .nk-e- d vorite tlower when We oh, neer Then she quietly went to for leical step u prevent it.. It mind. appearing to me th't muny Kood citi work, and the criminal element upshot of I, s this In'The She wUo want to obacrvc the aw do soon found itself pinched, and sists that ii man of such keen percep- zens not understand their duty in 'h muttions liml ilxuiiilitfiiliii". jailed, and fined without merut the ter. (. therefore, irve Hus ajitice man for that vamint teition And cy. .n uairwtfrial All the territory another llilruv Your wife itMtde u icrent They tried throats, and hit with her Slaike antin. I dwtneU NV 1. X 2, and N :i, of Val uu, (larrnrd County, have heretofore bribes, ami every other method iuk )ou run home and iell Mr. i.eon-urin fsvor if the stock law and known to criminality, but with-ou- t the w'on.l news. Atnl, soy, imi th law is in itrct. thfcefire, ,n report fur o4i uaill nwsln't result, except to make more ir new which i, all of Me three dbstnc All who have nevt MomU)." relentless their prosecution. tisurrard rovNky except diitr.rt .No. . In a daze Jack left the i4tk-eIt was too much of a bad wl.o wilfully or by Tobacco Crops must by "The Hch.iHi;e value of anemons 4. Any inn en'. tie. sheep, ho.s. thin k. and the law breakers and yellow rtses." he was thinkta;. tmrlect Hltlt "Is Just a hoi il nHi In Hits cas, I r any ether live tok to run it silently faded away. should sa " ftr.c I rider litve are atUect c Now the city has no under- the law My livestock wf ai'- - prrson wiiclil .it iiu etiiriti iiu n U'liit. A Liberal Educition per kiu's en out of n which iceOs Next to the simlv of iHituuuf the tie -- and the little lady may- way and damages an'tody of L'imhI UleMture skouhl he eUiure in any other erHifl the ixvner of such live oress has a national reputation named To read hooks Ihe hest as WAREHOUSE IN LANCASTER WILL iHMtks to lead them, not always wKIl stuck b) subject tu danuKes to the and thousands of offers of marthat etjmwtolenl lliorouitliness which extent of uny injery done I, there riage. BE CLOSED AFTER THAT DAY FOR THE Mr Itusklu eiijnlns, hut slowly Mid fore, urge all persons owning live carefully getting the full force of stock in (Jarrurd rounty in these SEASON. etery sentence, and the fill I algnltl-canr- three dblricU to otiierve this law The chronic icrouch may be without and of every fltfure and and keep llvestocl' encloied, which friends, but everybody knows him. this Is u great aid In Illustration BURLEY TOBACCO GROWERS COOPERATIVE litigation. musterliu the art of expression, lit will avoid much vexatious It is contended that lovleis mar In the future thit law will be en such reading one become familiar ASSOCIATION rlaices no longer exist. If it Is not with the union of the strongest and forced. the man or woman who attracts, This March ICth, !1!2. brightest minds; with the choicest and JOHN M. FARRA, Manager, Leaf Dept., Lancaster. Gi, M. Trendwnv. County most le'l hz forms of utterance; and there Is always money, ambition or thlt fnuilllnrity la Itself u llln'ral elq some other magnet to draw. JuJrf of Garrard County, Ky. ratiuii..-W,hln(Uladdeu. lok sens. sue. FARIA Eggs 8aby Chkki Notice Of Dissolution )u l'e e con-tea- ti s n: - S Ilierr Notice. Rockdale Poultry - MARKET TO ii' !). ve4 CLOSE persons the their received numbers for deliver same Wednesday, March 22nd, 'l f e ton