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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): March 23, 1922 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1922 cen1922032301_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 23, 1922 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1922 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE CENTRAL RECORD. THIRTY SECOND TEAR LANCASTER. KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON, MARCH 23, 1922. NUMBER SO. QUIET COURT MOVE BACK HOME FROM SUNNY SAN Civil Cases Mostly This DIEGO Week Blue Grass Blues Cause "Bob" Hughes And Family to Leave The Pacific Coast For Old The Garrard Circuit Court H still grinding and many cae are being disposed of. Most of the present week ha been taken up with rivlt caset. The era ml Jury ha turned In a few- - indictment and will fit several more day before it finally adjourns, In the divorce case of Mrs. Delia II. Acey against J. W. Acey ,the plaintilT waa given temporary alimony of $I0 a month and all physician fee.". Thil case will come up for Una I action at the August term. The caw of Millard Jnhiuon against John Itlch for 125,000 damaKe, the jury decided in favor of Kich. The CMe of Vlrjtil (Snitineau against the Grow-erImurnnce Company will take up mnt of the court time today. a A LEGION COPPER STILL Prince Of A Fellow Copped By Coppers On' Accomplishes Great KILPATRICK j Slat Historian of I.rilon Here Copper Creek out- - Work lat RADIOPHONE Progress Wonderful Made In Latest Invention The wonderful progress of the radiophone during the past few months, have almost startled those who have been keeping in touch with this latest Invention and it look now that soon it may be possible to read one. secret thoughts, so rapid are the Improvement coming to the wlreles telephone. It is estimated that there arc now 700,000 receiving station throughout the country and that Installation are being made nt the rate of GOO set a month. It also claimed that the factories are behind with $50,. 000,000 In orders. Fabulous turns! Can you realize it? Some one ha recently discovered a new link between the radio and the telephone, by which one can listen in on hit neighbor telephone line, has been thoroughly demonstrated and proven efficient. A sixteen year old Cincinnati boy hat constructed a radio receiving set at n cot of three dollars. With un ordinary umbrella as hi aerial, and his receiving set which he can carry in his pocket, he Is able to take up messages sent from stations as far a fifty mile away. Detail of construction are contained In a circular which any one may obtain upon request from the United States Bureau of Standards, at Washington. teraville In (Jarrnrd county, and capWorks For You. tured by SherilT Hobinion and depuPro. Carties, Meatr. Morria, Hicks and Another great day's work was acter. complished by the Heldal Sanford the atill Post of the American Legion for Indication showed that had been In operation and nt least Iincaster and Garrard County when direct and forcible manner this mani"nr run had been made. In the on Monday and Tuesday of this week Mfl Many Lancastrians Out Wait. urged the neceity of keeping up the outfit captureil was a very fine cop they had Messrs. F. E. Dennen, Cona quarter work of the Hed Cross Community per "worm an Inch anil tact Officer and Schwalcr of the V. S. Mr. and Mr. Robert r!. Hughe in diameter and said by the captors, Veterans Bureau of Lexington and work in Garrard county. A an Margaret- - Elktn and daughter. Mu be the finest one they have yet man himself he feel. the need to Mr. Stone W, Norman also an Hughes, arrived In Ijncater Saturdestroyed. Three barrel of mnh Diego. California, of greater effort to carry on. man, of Richmond here to day night from San He urge that you give to the lit wa. poured out and in the mash were fill out and assist the service men of for an Indetlnite stay. They left moat of your mean to the Garrard peache, said to have been the "mak- this county who desired to apply Kentucky last July to make their fuColden State, coupled with the 'Native Son. and County Chapter of the Hed Cro all ings" of peach brandy. Several for compensation, Victory Medals, or ture residence In the buckets, axe. and grubbing hoe. but the transplanting was not a suc- Daughter.' This amalgamation goe to be uied for your children, for the numbered among the outfit captured. to add further to any of the men' developed dur- on and on at rapid rate, ac- Kick and for the disabled loldier. claim who were aoked to furnish adcess. Another meeting will be held next The still proper, which indications ditional affidavit for their claims. ing the winter and they had planned counting for the percentage Krowth pointed wa a copper one, wa not These gentlemen were assisted by a rrturn Journey a won at the first of the atate with Kureka a a motto, Sunday evening at the I'reabyterian of jrnK .urpassed all other state In church at 7:30. The speaker of found and no one was near the place, members of the local pot of the year .had ended, but the Itlneii consequently no arrests have been Mrs. Hughes' rather, Judge Jonn ,h(, l)20 enumeration. A the evening will be Dr. S. K. Brewster made. Our county authorities are Legion and should be highly comHe la eloquent and plimented by the great and heroic W. Miller, brought them back earlier. C'una,on nuw. resident of San Diego, of Louisville. g forceful and all who come to hear using every effort to check the work that they accomplished for the All three are ainicinic the praiiea ofi)mff tj, tf ,hat t(lf Unttftl Statea (iarrard county, eighty indutry or more disabled veterans o the Commonwealth noted for iU san- - wl, WHlie U, 0f two ca)U,M ,,f c(tj. hun will look at the Hed Cro work and it look now as if they will ac- this county. a more broad minded way and we This I Just another ahine, fruit and flower. nevertheless ,en thoe living in California and in complished purpose. their A uplendld incident of the great work that the for the Illue Grsthof, longing to live in California, believe criticize it their fondne was brought to town and cut American Legion is doing and a the in land outweighed such attraction c,n nmrnt lh, now to include two musical program will be rendered. to pieces, a portion of it can be seen Few peraona know that the OarHecord has stated In other articles a prospective adopted country, o ...i.,,- - classes 'those livlnir in Ken. in the office of the Central Hecord, they should have the entire support they are back, never to wander tucky and thoie longing to return to!r"r'' County Hed Crow Chapter ha presented by Mr. Carter. j now one Ptient being taken care of of every patriotic citizen of the , from the native toil. lvc jn Kentucky ' Karly last week these same officials county a well a every while undergoing an "California i a wonderful a alt City, "ttwern train at Kana captured a still near Cartersville on man of this county. Commercial Organizathe literature broadcasted describe ' wc mpt (;rorir, p. Hunlett, now sec- - operation to prevent hi going blind. the farm of Jake llerndon. of Herea. man who ha been The member of the Heldal San It to be," Mid Mr llughea. "and it rcUr). ( the Federal Reserve Life a,,,l one N'o arrests were made but the entire tions ford Post, although small in number, lure gripped me hard during the n,ur,nec Company there, hi wife, hpPw, ,n The !rrard County Hed outfit was destroyed. g I apent there, be.,wno local Chapter with the have worked unceasingly for the ser three prlng month WJt ,tu iIIxU. lVncock, andi0" Lexington Yes-tcrda- y vice men of Garrard county and have Pot. thl week twelve month ago,the,r .(.ughr, .ary, an, talked by!"" Destructive Fire "N" County Red Cross m hard, in fact, that I hurried t cured for all of his wants and have tvletihont- - with Mr. l.ouie Packard, Louisville In June, packed up, and !,., ,i, l.i. Jnhn Huffman' I hapter ha also five children in Destroys Tailorihop And Uarbrr Shop cared for them as no other organi Messrs. G. B. Svvinebroad, J. E. with Mr, llughea and Margaret, daughter zation has done or can do as they All are well and pro- - Louisville; two of thee are threaten-perolincaster wa Ivsited with her first work in direct connection and carry Stormy and G. A. Abbott, of the turned to the Pacific Cat. After but stilt Kentucklani. though ,d wit blindne and are receiving treatment, and three are cripples who serious fire for several months, when out every wish and desire of the local Chamber of Commerce were in from away from Unca.ter for ear. four fortnights of yeterday morning about 3:10, Mr. Government when making any claim Lexington yesterday, the guest of driving over automobile window Bn- "Way down on the Hock Island hoPr ,u b hP"' " .. -- I . Wa. tmrl Charlie I'off discovered the tailoring for her buddies. the Lexington Chamber of Commerce i, i. -ir. tk.l If 1.. the maneloua in the .. .. Hallway, wnne speeuing ,onncai A stated ubove, ahadowa of mountain range, along on the '(Joldrn State Limited.' we L.n.a.ter and C.rr.rd Count, knew establishment of J. C. Davi wa on d of the at It. monthly meeting of the Blue of mile. of ocean twache, through renewed an acquaintance of more of half thr food work that hat bran fire, with the blaze issuing from two service men of the county who belong Grass Commercial Organization He quickly gave the alarm to such an honorable and Just organ I Kentucky. About nine organization charming valleys, among cities mat lh.n lhrrr .!.,., wilh the con accomplished in this county during; window. ami the family of Will Ball, who zatiou a. they have, but we are glad were represented. suggested enchantment -- we settled J juctor, j. S,amands, w ho had the the past two years, they would withOne of the largest delegations came in September at san uiego, truiy old Kentucky Central Railway run out question give what is asked of occupy rooms next to the burning to state that we had the pleasure of room were hastily brought from their visiting their headquarters advrrtlsed as 'Uirthplacy of Califor- through Ijncaster before the L. & N. them In this Red Cross Roll Call. whll down from Richmond, which city has In Lancaster the Woman' Club perilous position. From what Mr. these gentlemen were here, and we Just organized a Chamber of Comnia,' 'Harbor of Opportunity.' 'City took over the Rowland to Cincinnati of Fulfillment.' Here we found line. He had delightful memories and the Chamber of Commerce have ,'Poff say, the fire evidently started asked of many of the men if they merce. Upon its invitation the April and of Lancaster. The older folka here, unanimously endorsed the commun- - In the tailorshop. which I Just over belonged to the Legion, and they meeting will be held In Richmond scores of former Kentuckian many who hailed from Lancaster. jity work and the following prominent the barber shop of Carl Curtis, as did not, however, they were given and the May meeting in Georgetown. will remember him, I am sure." (lames were pouring from the tailor- - the same courteous treatment as were Winchester has Just organized with "Delightful accquaiiuanees were Mr. Hughes resigned a very lu. women nave voiunieereu meir service shop rooms, before even a spark could the very leglonalres who have done 400 member with due at $25 each made and old friendship renewed jrrative and constructive executive in making a house to houe canvas of the town and to see the business be seen in the barber shop. all for the Garrard County service and all paid In advance. among these at meeting of the Ken - position to return with hi home-sic- k Mr. Davis' los Is entire, as he had men. We would like to say that all Prominent speakers were on the tucky btat Society, of which hmest family to Kentucky that of vice men ami others: no insurance, losing all his books this Heldal Sanford Post of the program and a very delightful day For County Court Day (J. Ilrown, brother of I'ost Master F, president and managing director of Mr. Lela Ijimlrum. .Mr. W. II. and account, together with several American Legion want. are men who was spent. P. Drown, I Secretary and Treasurer. the San Diego Chamber of Commerce, Mrs. Ilrown. who will be remembered with which was merged during his llurton, Mrs. Kd Caines, Mrs. Joe new suits, which he had Just com- have received an honorable discharge, pleted and were ready for delivery' and who are worthy of belonging to Meeting as Mia Mary Thompson, and her connection, the San Diego California Price, and Mis Mattie Lutz. to owners. For House to House Campaigni this splendid post. Remember you sisters, Misars Mattie and Llxile, Club, which has been spending over Mr. Geoffrey Morgan, of Louisville, Mr. Curtis' los Is about )2,G0O, cannot afford to continue to ask the Danville St., Mr. F. II. Marks- both married, the latter the wife of $100,000 annually for several years, fully insured. Fortunate indeed it senice men of the Legion to fight Secretary of the Kentucky Federal bury and Mr. II. S. Hudson. H. U Jennings, and her mother, Mrs. advertising San Diego'a distinctive. Farm Bureau, will address a meeting Lexington S. (5. Ilasel-de- n was that Mr. I'off happened to be on for you when you do not belong to of the farmers of Garrard County J. C. Thompson, have been San Die-- j climate, beautiful setting more like at the public square at the time and their post. This is un unjust act and and Mr. Hos llastin. gans for many years. Other Lancas. Rio de Janerio's than any other city In Lancaster, Mondiscovered the fire before it got be- the thing for you to do is send In the Court House Richmond St. Mis Martha Gill trians there included Henry Harlow, (n the world, and other advantages. yond control of the fire department, your membership to the proper one day. March 27th (Court Day) at and William Mulllns' sister. Miss Orajlle conducted the campaign last fall and Miss Mary Davis. which responded promptly and with and Join this lively bunch of real 1:30 o'clock. The purpose of thl Mrs. Dave Thoma Stanford St. Lee Mullins. who married I severalj which raised IH0.000 to buy 1,000 two streams of water toon had it buddies, who are still fighting for meeting to organize a Farm Bureau year ago, Mr. Mulllns and his oth- - acre. of San Diego lands and Mrs. Joe Walker, Jr. in Garrard County. Every' farmer It Maple Ave. Mrs. Clay God and Country and 100 per cent urged to Sutton under control. er sister, Ml Annie Mullins, now for factory sites, and predicts a attend this meeting. The room occupied by Mr. Davis Americanism. the wife of a Califooilan, make their great industrial area on these lands and Mrs. Charles M. Thompson. Mr. Morgan is a pleating speaker I the property of It. II. Tomlinson'. Gentlemen, those of you, who came homes in Lo Angeles, He was in the near future. every one will enjoy hearing him. heirs and had no inuurance; G. C. the distance that you did to assist and Found Dead memberof the Hed Cro Mr. Morgan I known by a great we call"While at Santa Barbara Walker owned the lower room, which the local post of the Legion have ed on .Mr. Charles J. Doty, sister of ship drie for San Diego County last many In Garrard County and we are Mr. J, I), Naylor, aged 74 years was insured. our best of good wishes. Wc will sure he will have a good audience. He served the Kentucky Miss Lena llright, and her daughters, November. was found dead in bed last Tuesday gladly recommend you to the world Misses Itura and Ceorgia llarnes State Society as Chairman of the morning 111 and an Inquest held byi and we ask that you call and see ut Wilson Doty, the latter now wed, and at their Kxecutive Committee and declined Close coroner Anderson found that he had One of home saw Harry Noel. One of the the Presidency for Friends of Mr. John Harrison again. died from a cerebral hemorrhage.' Posey, Garrard County't quota for the will regret to learn of hi moat interesting of the older former his most pleasant duties in San Diego Mr. Naylor was well known in the! Woodrow Wilson Foundation Fund serious illness at a Lexington hos- Club House May natives of Oarrard, who spent the was that uf Chairman of the Com- county, where he has lived most ofl pital, lackt about d of reaching its on Entertainment of the Cenwhere he was taken last Mon. winter at San Diego, was Mr. Clara mittee his life and was a substantial and goal, but chairman Mount tells u Be Built day and operated upon for obstrucHann, who was Miss Clara Anderson tre College football team, when It farmer. He Is survived he will close the drive next Monday, before Mr. Hann came from Texas, went to the Coast for the Christmas by one daughter tion of the bowels. He has since The Uke Placid Fishing Club held and one sister, developed pneumonia and word from its regular meeting at the Citizen but hope that many who have not over 50 year ago, to claim her as game with the Arizona Wild Cats. Hurial took place in Lancaster his his bride. She was n ncice of Rich- - Mr. Hughes wa one of the director bedside, report his condition to Bank last Saturday night and all the yet subscribed will come forward cemetery yesterday afternoon. before that time. Trans-I'acifl- c be critical. Mr. Posey I Exposition to be ard Hoblnson of 'Camp Dick' famc,lf the ono of old officers were to .ene uml is related to many of the present ! held in San Diego in the spring of Garrard county's most useful and for the ensuing year. BuInes of More About generation of Hoblnson and Andcr-- 1 1523, and was asked, Just beforo he substantial citizens and a gentleman much interest was discussed, chief left with W'ifo and daughter on in and around Lancuster. for J School Budget May Be Increased To of the very highest type. We hope among them, the building of a Club Wicked Mr. Fox to hear favorable new from him House, near the lake for the benefit "Their legion of friends here will Lancaster, to consider returning to I Maximum. Editor Central Record: Diego to become Director Gen-- ! soon, and that hi recovery will no of the members of the club. be glad tu know that Mis. Marie San Please run the following clipping State Superintendent, George Col longer be doubted. Barnes, who played the little organ jeral of the exposition from the tint there aro about forty paying from the Southern Agriculturist, Rev, George O. oi next month to the close of the vin, has notified County School Su for her father, member now and some fine port which might be applicable in Garrard Barnes, It In the best of health at big show. A he had completed pertntendent Abner, that the school Dog was had during the past year. It county: San Diego, with her sister, Mi. Geor- plans to renew hi. Kentucky citizen budget for the county should be in W. B. K., of Kentucky, charge In this tsue of the Record can be was decided that all boats should and gia Barnes, now Mrs. Edward M. ship, he declined. Mr. Hughe says created to fifty cents, the mlximum. found a notice from the foreman of will be removed from the lake and the fox with not only being bad him- This he says i necessitated by the Duncan. MaJ. and Mr. Duncan and San Diego ha In it busiiuss'man the present grand Jury, notifying that with the permission of the city elf, but with having a bad influence increased the Mia. Mune have been residents uf power a force lhat will put the city in Legislature having council, two pier will be built out in on poor humanity. He writes: "The school term from six to seven months. all dog owner who have not paid the lake. San Diego since December, 1020. the half million class by IU 10. We suggest that one of fox make an outlaw out of a good their 1922 license, that an indictThe letter to Supt. Abner says: Mis .Marie still ha the little organ The Hughes home at 'J0i Kennedy ment will be Issued by Friday March these pier be reserved for the writer neighbor. Thi neighbor ha a pack "My Dear Superintendent; that was presented to her by the Court, in Louisville, still owned by of this article and the other for May. of dog; he will get a gang of nig- The Legislature increased the 31st. Thlt i the law with the bark or Champ. Of course we citizen of Lancaster when 'Brother Mr. Hughes, a he had offers of only don't mean er and. some moonshine whiskey and on it, and if not complied with, great llarnes' held hi last teriea of meet 75 per cent, of what he believed It echool tern from six to seven will be to be presumptuous and if there go fox hunting. In the dead hour the consequences. months. This will make a difference ing at the Court House. lo be worth when moving to Call should be any serious objection to of night when all honest people are "Othur Lancaitrlant in different fornia, is leased until in August, so in your budget. This will necessi- - Mr. Dog this suggestion, we are willing, with aleep they will prowl around on part of California are Mrs. K. F. he and family may remain in I.an tate levying the maximum tax In the Mayor' consent, to withdraw it. other people' land, breaking down caster until the old home can be each county it seems to me. I shall rosue, oi Ban rernando, who was Notice fences, leaving gate open, stealing tend you a digest of all measure Mist Annie Hoblnson; Mr. G. F trapt, thootlng. hollering and cuIng Deeds We, the Grand Jury in Session, passed by the Legislature effecting Steele, of Lo Angeles, who was Mis. Mr. G. A. Abbott showed us tome and wind up all asleep In a fence the rural schools within the next day hereby give notice to the DOG Minnie Elliott and Mr. E. P. Halley, Millinery OWNKRS of Garrard County, that all very old English deeds, which he corner." or o. of Patterson, who was Mis Martha Kvldently, there I wnall love for dog owners, who have not procured prize very highly and which he ha Up stair over Patrick 4 Sons Sincerely your, Elkin., Waller Hudson spent the Garage. their 1922 I cense by Friday, March Just secured from Woods Burton oa Mr. Fox among the reader of the Children's hat a specialty. George Colvin, winter in San Diego, but it now In Gie me a call. Mr. W. It. Patrick, SUU Superintendent." 31tt., U22, will be Indicted by this Kentucky river. Both deed are lii Southern Agriculturist." Old Mexico. Your very truly, Grand Jury an! will be subject to good condition, written on heary t Paint Lick, Ky. "San Diego, like other California BalUrsU OD.Kaii Flour is am re, both a tine tnr Imprisonment. parchment and very legible. One It JC. Rlgtby. cities, It nude up of 47 varieties of Tested Sed Oat. See tia oats keattkful aad delicioaa. Try a sack Or . I ob nson, Foreman, dated In th y.ar 1874 and the oilier citizenship from all the other tate, beforo you buy. Hudson 41 cent Protein Cotton 3eI Farssaii. tiutUo Farsuis. Grind r, March Terra, 1922. In 1741. dr. Maal for tale. Hudson at Farnau. i llome-aickne- He made them think! That in a few words exprrssed the opinion of thoe who heard Mr. Lewis Kllpatrick, of Ml. Sterling, speak last Sunday evening at the Union Meeting nt the C'ltriitian Church In behalf of the Kx service men and of the American Red Both of thec organlza- tion working together to help the helplea and to alleviate a far a humanly poiaihle the suffering cattIn a Minnie. ed by the World War. A complete copper moonshine U. S. VETERANS BUREAU MEN fit wa located on Copper Creek, HERE TO ASSIST GARRARD Frinear Hockcaatle county line day night, on the large farm ald to COUNTY SERVICE MEN bv? owned b C. C. Hagby. of Hyle county, about four mile from Car Work For The Organisation That ,, moon-shinin- le. I Entertained At Ameri-ginnin- "rd u. sight-ieein- g paved-highway- 1 ,::... i one-thir- Farmers St.,--M- r. bay-fro- vice-direct- Critically Fund To two-thlr- well-to-d- o At Lake Taxes More Beware Owners Man Take Old pt k ri iiing T islT in"'! The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Mch 23. 1922 money lot It relief work. "Help the Legion by Corning flour" Is the selling motto. Tenn, raided An alleged bootlegger, they fouml hi liquor tightly locked In a afe, and appealed to the local Amerl. The can Legion post for Legion railed an expert overca lockmlth from ft rank. He crack-c- d the jafe and exposed 30 quart. When police In Nashville, man-powe- Pimples Keep YoMg Men Down! TWy" Moko Women, Too, FuaaUl to." "Why, Isn't It right for women to vote a well a men, George? Say old man, your bobbed hair look very bad and If 1 were you I'd go to britbar and get a hair cut." "Poor old me," ightd George "Martha, It's a wonder you would'nt just pull m hair all out yourself I don't tee what you're going to tell me next. 1 almost wish I had not risen from the dead." disagreeable, be "Oh, don't Now go along to the bar-ha- r George. shop," said Martha, and George He hobbled off down the street. had only walked a short distance Twhen a horn sounded cloe by him He jumped and almost fell with fright. There in another minute an automobile narrowly mled him "The hord know what that thing Is, but I don't. I'll catch it though,1 and he started rtinnlnc but nf rmir. Iddn't keep that up long. "I'll just that ak ,, , i man coming what the thing , . i nus. iir Hi'prunrnra me man slow ly, saying, "Sir, what are these thing running around on four wheels?" "Why, automobiles, of course,' ald the man as he looked at him strangely. Then he walked off to tell hi comrades about the crazy old man he had seen, while George stood gazing about him. (Continued) Uncle Sam may be holding the bag far as those Kuropean debt are concerned, but he ha the satisfaction of knowing that it contain nearly all of the gold in the world. so STARTS MUCH SICKNESS A clogging r.tsss of undigested food thut remains fermenting in the stomach cr intestine tend the poisons it develops through the entire human body "Keep the bowel open." i one rule of health recognized by all school of medicine. Foley Cathartic Tablets cleanse the bowels, sweeten the stomach and benefit the liver. For indigestion, biliousness, bad breath, bloating, gas or constipation, no remedy is more highly recommended. No grip-in- g or nautra. FRESH MEATS FANCY GROCERIES We carry a complete line at all times Everything new In GROCERIES nnd NOTIONS. Hrlnjr us jour Kjjjra and Country Produce. Lndy clerka every Saturday. How&.3.5.S4efsSttia EtvpsJoas Positively. rimple ami kln eruptions have a, price, you I'y for every pustule, tUrk-hraSn.l pimple on rour face, and rimrle produce prejudicemay prevent t gold. prosperity. Your heart iI Department of Justice opctative and the American Legion, rounding up bogus army uniform wearer in Chicago, picked up a outstanding hero of the war. Inhowcd he hntl evaded vestigation registration for the draft. He wa wearing, however, insignia of the 77th. Division, stripes of n matter sergeant, service and wound chevron, marksmanship medal and American and foreign decoration.. Nine communitie ' n. K n. wm ma f the rre.Me Ht- - t Ol . Sib vv I ary S. H. ESTES STANFORD STREET. in each state will receive certificate of merit for eYrrtltinniil wnrlc In nrnviilinc. em. ploymont for men from Itanford MacXidrr, communder of the American Legion. The nwards will follow the Legion campaign for jobs culminating, in Legion Km ployment Day, March 20th. Sick and wounded soldiers of the World War are receiving more than $1,000 a month from the famous liusrh garden in I'asndcnn. More PENNS CHEWING TOBACCO American thnn 40,000 adult have visited the garden ilnce Inst August, when Mr. Lily Husch began giving the revenue to the American Legion for the relief of destitute service men. President Harding ha recommend ed the creation of a commission to one of the most Pwrful iteatrorere of tiko. Impurities. You can prove thl In a short time. H. H. H. has been passed on lor a Jury of million of people Just Ilka yourself. It la ronsMere.1 one of the. moat powerful Vecttalls Mootl.purlflrra and flesh'tmlMrrs In existence. Thal'a why you hear of so many underweight people put Unit on lost (1eh In a hurry, why ymihearof so manr rheumatic twins; fret-.- l fromthla scourpe. with 8. R K. Ftart to!y with H. H. R. and see your face clear arxt rour akin set ru.l.ller. your flesh firmer. It will rIvc you it boost In your rareer. A. R, K, Is oM at all ilruc stores. In two slits. The Urgcr Uo Is the moro economical. 'S. S. S. is for sale at McKobert I but who wsnta to kiss eruptions llmplr men don't look like Iho owner of anything, llmplr womtn, txv are with rustle, Young no prospect anit no mm ami women, here's ruwtr. the positive way out. Itiyslr ami purgative will fall What you nee4 r. l.i a scientific. K H. ft, bWI-eleanse- ago if the deficit t not made good. Cash payment on overdue Ccnttn. ary subscription will be solicited on March 2(5th., Day "World Sunday" and during the week a canvas To Close Up Centen- will be made to churehwide payment secure the of arrearage. Mission The original drive for the Centen. ary fund taken three years ago was for fnS.000,000 te be paid through a period of five year. It is an. A simultaneous effort throughout nounrrd that only forty per cent of . .s aoumern .Methodist territory, on I the amount due ha been paid to March '26, to be known as "World Sunday," will, it 1 said, call the at due. It is to meet this shortage that tention of delinquent subscriber to Methodist throughout the South are the Centenary of Mission movement seeking to arouse the mind of the of the Methodist Kpiscop.il Church, church aleng Centenary line. South, to a shortage in collection on behalf of that movement. Real riellglon. It i expected that on "World Sun Tliere I tin antliem like a happy day" pastor of the 18,000 church congregation in Southern Methodism lauch, and no prayer so rlixjurnt as a will revive the Centenary and portary Vlnd act. Tti real reverenra I coe ercd by no conl, Tim the disasterou result to the big mis- the helping hand tn m-- i manla who lends devout. sionary program launched three ear Arkansaw Thomas Cat. "WORLD SUNDAY Set ...... fntr.itrne.'J,ll.-l4Uf- J Drug Store." control the erection of American war on the battlefield of memorial Europe. Secretury Weeks, eGneral School Notes. Legion News Penning, Commander llanford Mac- (Delayed) Nlder and one senator and one repre Mr. ilourland hail charge of the The American Legion of Ludlow, sentative would comprise the Har Chapel perioil Wednesday morning Vt., has made otTiclal repor of the ding commission. He made a very interesting talk on prowess of John Shechan, oversea New York wil Ibe the first tate to "What Do You Do When You Have doughboy ,vho strangled to death a We hope that all wild-ca- t with his bare hand. Shec- give a cash compensation to disabled, Nothing to Do men. A fund the student gained something worth han, wounded four times by the bob- unemployed cat, was rewarded with an $8 state of $1,000,000 will be appropriated while from this talk and that Mr. bounty. The soldier an dthe beat by the legislature, Gov. Miller has Ilourland will visit us again soon. came to blow in a remote mountain assured the American Legion, fosterBack The Baseball Team ing the bill. Only sick or wounded pass. men who have been out of work for You've been a backer to the foot ball team, The American Federation of Labor 30 day will benefit, And a constant friend to all contest, will assist the American Legion In I finding job for 700,000 unemployed Citizenship clubs for the benefit of So put your mit down in your Jean service men, according to President young people for the discussion of And start the baeball team of L. II. S. Samuel Gompers. current issue of the day will be formed by the American Legion AuxiFourteen state already have re- liary in 4,300 communities In every Get behind the dear old school, fused financial assistance to the move state. Local units of the Auxiliary And help us on to hold our name Come to town riding n mule, for a George Washington and World wil Isponsor the community clubs. Kather than to mis a baseball game. War Memorial building in Washing ton, D. C, and 1G other states will A proposal that the Government isfollow suit, according to the Ameri sue a representative coin or n bill of If you arc a lover of good sport, can Legion's legislative committee smnll denomination bearing n typical You surely will be abaseball fan, The Legion opposes construction of American soldier's head has been And give u. your hearty support. the elaborate memorial at a time made to the American Legion of So be a member of the baseball clan, when thousands of men are Massachuset. The coin in honor of Laugh and Lire. jobless and in need. the soldiers of 'IS would be known Prof. Hoyd: "Decline sick for me. a the "Doughboy Dollar." Jack: "Sick, dead, gone." A badly discomposed body found on the banks of the Cumberland RivThe American Ited Cros ha conMiss Sander: "What is steam, er near Nashville ,Tenn., was given a tributed $33,000 to the American military burial by the American Leg- Legion, enabling the cxscrvlre men' Sam?" Sam: "It's water pone crazy ion when searchc found a Legion organization to retain 14 liaison repbutton and membership card in the resentatives at the regional office of with the heat." clothing. the V, S. Veterans Bureau. Dr.: "There seems to be In Corning, N. Y., the American The va'ue of a life ts not always thing the multej with your L. Hicks: (blushing) "Dear me, Legion I still selling tlour to get equal to the cost of saving It. all the girl promised not te tell." Lancaster Auctioneering YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED REAL ESTATE A SPECIALTY My experience in this line of work enables me to ive you the beat service possible. Stormes Drug Store Memorial The sudden death of Mr. Curtis Pierce on March 14th, came as a shock to hi many friend ami rela tivr. Mr. Pierce wa one of the oldest and best known citixen of He was born in Garrard county. Huiell county, Jan 9, 18.18. came to Garrard about the age of fifteen. At about the age qf twenty he wa married to Miss Kmily Simpson, of Buckeye. There were seven children born to thl union: two girl and five boy. Four boy are left to mourn his loss: Frank, of Louisville, Obe C, of Washington, D. C, James, of Danville, and Jee, of thl county. Mr. Pierce wa a veteran of the Civil War, having served for over three year as sergeant in the 7th. Kentucky Cavalry. For nearly fifty year he hail been a member oi tne iiapust church at Iluckeye. The writer had the pleasure of being W pastor for five year and also closely associated with him In hi home, lie wa loyal to hi church and pastor and also loyal to the Great Cause for whieh the church and pastor stood. He loved hi Hible ami spent many, many hour In gleaning it sacred page. At the ripe age of 84 years, 2 months ami 5 day he went out to meet hi .Maker. I. Phone 265. W. MANLEY LANCASTER. KY. By No Mean Uncommon. It Is common among the Insane to hair delusion of persecution. And plenty of sane eople hate them. Public Sale Of Live Stock And Real Estate Ch.-- i.. ... ; l.Kilsllle Courier-Journa- l. acres of good blue gras ' lam), in high state of cultivation. Wall Papr. If jour wall paper lias cracked you Also the following live stock: Sj wrk mulpa: II can menil It siirressrully Iiy cutting of rattle: the pattern from that which was leftlijo .kcrn ..,er n,1 rutins It o,er the crack and , wJ A ,s .b , '. h . pasting II firmly. , , ,. KtgMy-five : Few Attain Old Age. Of n thousand only one mr-- .. reaches the ntr of one hundred yenm, i .,,. , while only one couple In 11. (Ml Ihe to 'B,K,W"1K real estate: telehratii their illainoml eddlng. r.n 1 will on Saturday, March 25th., 1322, beginning promptly at 12:30, ce known as the Charlie at ,y .i. i. r.h ,, .. I ij ' h-- s,l h,l I Nightmare Sometimes Fatal. While nightman I saM to U ra pahln of rousing death In a physically weak adult, till ha never hern known tn happen to a child; yet chll Iren are more nuhjeet to nightmare than adult. mif from 00 to IHO saumli bout 500 Imle of tSMothy hay and SO barrel of corn. Al n lot f farm i up implements. Term made known on day of sale. Ashoy Arnold. Lancaster, Ky. It Capt. Am Hourne, Auct. I I I 0. 1 i AUTO I TIMS 30x3i Tubes this week $1.50 30x3i Oldfield tires $9.99 30x3i Firestone tires $11.65 I 30x31 Goodyear tires $10.95 TOBACCO CANVAS I 1 ; 4 3-- 4 TO 5 CENTS A YARD. Vulcan Plows and Points WIRE FENCE-6 Inch STAY SPECIAL 68cts Becker & Ballard I BRYANTSVILLE, KENTUCKY. Funeral serv.ee. were held in the Huckeye Baptist church, conducted by the writer, after which the body wa placed away in the old Helen: "Wasn't that an exciting church anl. D. F. Sebastian picture last night?" Ruth-'- TII say it was. I left THEY HIT THE SPOT my gum parked unier Ute ut. D. McMillcn, Volunteer Fireman's Home, Hudson, N Y , writes: "Foley Never put oil until tomorrow Kidney Pills arc like a itrecm of played on a w.iat ran be nut om until day after water hit the spot, putfire by firemen. They out the fire and tome rrow. Jnae'll. drown the pain. ' Foley Kidney Pills relieve rheumatic pains, backache, sore muscles and other symptoms of Advice to The Freih kidney and bladder trouble. We who wMltd rise with the sun Stormes Drug Store with the must not stay up lati daughter. IN THE DISTRICT OF THE Walker "One time I got mad at UNITED STATES FOR I said, thori- -i enougli brass Sam EASTERN DISTRICT OF in your face to make a large kettle. KENTUCKY IN BANKSam said, "Yet, and there's oneugn RUPTCY ) sup .n your head to lill it." In the matter of George A. Spoonn- Hill had a bill board. more, llankrupt, in llankruptey. And also had a board MM; To the Creditor of this Bankrupt: The board bill borod 11IU, N'ntict is hereby given that on So he kM the bill boarsi. March 11th., 1922, the said bankPaid his board bill, rupt of Lnncaster, Garrard County, And then it no longer bored WU. Kentucky, waa duly adjusted llankrupt: ami that the Iir meeting of George Washington And Modern his creditor will be held at the Tlmse. Court House in Lancaster, Ky.. on K'oHtmuod fror.t loot week) March 2ftth , 1922. at 2:00 !. M.. The next mentiNg jkH George at which time the said Creditor may awoke, he combed hi ling boir, and attend, prove their claims, appoint a made ready for breakfast. After Trustee, examine the llankrupt, and) eating he told Martha he btlievod he transact such other business us may properly come before said mocting. would go voter "Well, if you just wait a kit un- Danville. Ky., March 15, 1922. NELSON' D. HODKS, til 1 get ready, I'll go along us you Referee in llankruptey. iro." Creditors, cannot particiNOTE "What, you go? Why what business pate in the management of, the eshaw you at the poles?" un- "Oh! I forgot to tell you that all tate of the distribution of the women of age are voting now." i til they prove their claims on form Well well," murmured George required by the llankruptey Act, and "I woudvr what this world Is coming file lame with the lieferte. S Time for a show-down ! seen this sOv Kl ''Pr'-jSt-UfS Ul'S f Wif jca You've probably I'urina Double-Development could never make this nldc.on, money back guaranlre unlets I'utma Chows do ciaclly as th guaianttc Main. -- Surely by this time you mutt feci that the Purina Mills Guarantee time after time. &2$fl fi f I I ifri W v '3aCHsWaaW? VS. , V VV- - STS T Double-Developme- nt Guarantee I'urlna Chicken Chnwdtr nd Punni lUby Chick Chon, ltd as dilcctcd, arc guaranttrd to matt your chicks glow iire as (tc during the firit tin nrrkt as tr.cn ltd grain fteIi, such as meal, Male bind, cracked wheat or other ctitalt. II we fail to prove this nJ&rfydQRm S1 'lGaaoiP statement ne will your money. HnJMLfflMtKENl Now Order aet For Sale by BECKER ft BALLARD, Bryantsville, I Ky Thm Central Rccorcf, Lancaster. Ky. Thursday. Men 23 1922. A QUEEN 2 ANnTI N. n !i mm itwtwhwi rB p e w VI- - Qolumbia Br ANNIC COLE, R. 8 Grafonola FOR YOU ON MENTS. EASY PAY- COME IN AND LET US TELL YOU HOW EASILY YOU CAN PAY FOR A Connie had lumslil the "Hi'ly bus' there wa no doubt aliuiit It. In Jif mini. And xhe lud i audit It from lil on ti brother's wife, which m i'ii' It it Kre.it deal worw. Kwry remii.! whin Jiv came home, he wu 11. ten to Connie'. fornil pruUe of Mnrth.1 her ability o design and eni hrolder her own kowii. run mi apartment on I- I- Mreet. allelid whll ltib. eutertiilii. nod keep u maid all im her hii.hiiiid' moderate salary, "WVre koIiik to vMt there IhU week end. Jue," urild I'oiilile. eht!ii.iillnil-ly- , "o ilon't make any en ga cement for tomorpi. (Mi, ile.r, iIimi'i )oi think we could ulTord mi apartment If we wild my II THEY'RE HERE NEW SPRING Ml1 STYLES this place)' "We tnlxlit If we Mnuteil 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. dryly. eV said "Oh, huhhy' and )ou know what m horror I hate of debt Connie' IJue eje were reprosrhful. "Well, we're going there for Malur-daOUR PARTIAL PAYMENT olijhoH. think Martha's awfully deter and I'm (nlu tu try to be Jtit like her'" PLAN. Joe Krontieil, and betook hlllief to Ivd. The .Saturday night dinner at hi brother Jim's mi apparently a sue Ihuuch Jo.- - did not seem to It In the morning he couldn't get up. In terror Connie called a doctor, who pronounced the trouble pneumonia, forbade muting the and adtlsnl n trained nurse. Martha s tery gracious, plnn were made, the liurM- - engaged, mid Connie donned a bungalow apron, preThe Btltcr Condition. pared for a long siege. Kterjthlnn Wardtworth and Mountain. Worda-wort- h went smoothly until Monday morning. Qulnrey tHIa ua Hint He I hupp whims circumstances was Impatient when anyone elan Mlulng Martha at the breakfant table. ult Ms l 'I'll" r but he U more excel'Hi bis temper to an; on her ldroom ilmir. poke of mountain, a If lie had a Connie lent who I peculiar proerty In them. Aud we "I'm not going to get up this morn drcuinaiNit ran readily understand why It should ing. Inr "Inter-Il- l Jilrt Inforineil her. no one I satisfied wltli an be Tell M.ry I'll hreakraM In heil." Child's Act. other appreciation of hli inMrcss. The doorbell fang, and Connie It It wise to lair adtalitage of tb Lowell, It. , little man stood tendency In young children In want tc I if tlie hallwsy Ulte iIh'Iii a pencil write and tlimt "Mrs llarkerr P.tar Mlnult, Colonial Oomrnor, and let them draw around their block "V..' apimliited I'eter Mlnult a heaiy old cup They'll I or around "I am from l.eHi', the furrier", and director ceneral of New learning how in hnndle n enrtl. .umethltig on Netherlands In lttH hy the Dutch West We want joii vhmilil hl coat, or we will India company. The following year thl. bill for a Chooolato Industry Big. he purchased Manhattan Island from start to ue you." "lib )oi mean the other Mrs. liar Chocolate and cocoa were first rondo th Indiana for $24 In merchandise, lie's sick In lied." In ker," said Connie. In thla country In 17rt3, In Dorchester, lie later built Kurt Amsterdam. "Well. ' call iwt week." he -- aid. Mat., now part of lUxton, The roan llCtl he hii recalled, hut soon re- ufactur of the chocolate, ha been turned to America and hiillt Tort and bowed himself sssy "Ire" roared the Ice man. "Twenty continued there exer since and today Christiana, near the present site of It represents one of the largest Indus- Wilmington, Del., under the auspices of cents, please. I am ordered to collect cash In thl hoii.e, etery time! Thank tries In tho country. Of Swedish Weit India company. you T" Another insn apHivit In the doorway, as If by magic "Who are your demanded Connie. "I'm the milkman. I'm collecting a dollar a week on this old bill she I roa hc 1 tlii week ia nk-- ) tu Ltwii witaj) ald she'd pay It .iir that way." Then luxury ami muLr n self she turned to the cluttered kitchen and addreed the untidy maid. n Iritlli dental ofiVriii-M,rl- ia. "Mary, how wU the nurse and I JlounU of this wrrk bate lunch If the.e ill. lie are nut soon of the Cli tin-I- t inn- -l liatc nilili-tiunwashed?" funila to close tin "I don't know and I don't care," that .Marrli 'M xllliuiil ilrbl. oa young ieron etplodeil. "When Mrs. Marker's here alone we don't hate Our LutallyMarltfShitttn Hy lunch. I'te ant the three lodger' Sunday St(f Infill Clfii " rooms to liNik after "l.odgerv' iiierled Connie, hew It. salary for the to mort-Cc- e Ji, reM of our COLUMBIA GRAFONOLA BY Hart Schaffner and Marx MEN'S and YOUNG MEN'S McRoberts Drug Store ce, en-Jo- 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 nioney back if not satisfied. NEW SPRING STYLES IN STETSON HATS LONG AFTER THE te lr lapd i; Conrrlcbt l?.'l lUrt Schalfn-- .- S: fj dper I i BOSTONIAN SHOES FOR MEN SHELBY SHOES FOR LADIES I MANHATTAN AND WILSON BROTH- ERS FINE SHIRTS PRICE IS FORGOTTEN I QUALITY LINGERS HOUSE OF QUALITY. Jas. W. Smith Shortage LANCASTER, KY. fiw up-Mi- int-tiim- al KmAontl, Mr. yar - 'Sure.'' explained Mary, and then tie added inslltluii.ly 1 1) Ink Tho Qrowlor. she could lite In a swell apartment If .Vottody loroa a rax chower. A uimelHMly didn't help her pay the moth htoa't friend In Iho world! rent?" Cartonna Mafailnn. So this was how Msrtha managed! An agonlilng race to borrow- - from Parachutta. Yaqula of Sonori. I'eter to pay Paul, accompiiuled hy Tlie prv'talllng Idea that parachutist Ttie Vaipil liiillnna. In Sonora, tho aching e)e and frawled nertes. The frrquently fiUI la tien la a fallacy. In trouble maker of northueiteni Mex liursv. on tho way to the kitchen for a 000 parachute d'rvtita from obiorra-Ho- n leu for generation, Mon? to the (ami glass nf milk, said: balhkiui durln; the war, only thrtt family a the Apache, aome writers "Your hllbnd eeun uiurli betItrooklyn llacte. failures occurred aoy, while othera they are really ter today. Mrs. Ilurker terj I ilon't think more Aitec thnn Indian. you'll need me tomorrow." Eittmlv. Canadian Province. "Oh. Impossible'" An area rqual to threo timet tlio "Well, well ee wli.it lr. K I.ill Tho Pineapple Plant. area of Knitire, which 1 2lJ3fO The plucupple plant li ill I a b!en says tonight." quaro mile, could m rut out of the ulal, srowa nlioul two ui-- t hleli and The diH'tor's enllct wn n plfii.iiit prurltico of QiH'ltec anil tlioro would produces u nliiKte und Ihiuer surprise. remain on arvu twlcv that of IIuo. talk. Tho rlenhy pint of the atalk "lliimiih'" he oh.erved. "Wry forCry. forms the fruit, which I trowned hy tunate young man. What e call an a clutter of leme. It m Introduced ahortltc case; clear iyi suddenly, for Into Kurope by the Spaniard Rov.lationa of Scitnco. nfter apparently no renson. Ymt can dismiss Aramig other Interevtlue fncta that their I'tploratlou In South America. your nurse, and take your husband hare Ikvii determlneil hy the tlrelei The earllet mrutliHi of the pineapple home In a luxl tomnrron If you That In KiiKUud was mndf hy John Kveljn, Al.h." InveatlKatlni; acleutUta U thlt f the akin on tin' palm of the In ml la KtmlUh author, in hi "IHnry," In If she wNheil' She could hanlly normally twenty time na thick a the which he speaks of lmlm tuited a wait till they had gone to tell Jis how ktn on the eyelid. The pnlmt of tlio lii(iipplc from ltarha)lo at the tabto glad she'd be to get home und to hiig working man are vten thicker of Charles II. him regardl,.,. of genu. "Connie.' he said, a little weakly from the bed, "I Mil talking to night, and he says there's at. apartment douutalrt to rent If ym. " think wo could maiiage "Xnt on your life'" exploded his wife, empbutlcally. "My liny tUt I gixnl enough for me' I'te heard an expression somoMhere that Just tits this plact', Jin-- . It's this: 'Many u Qmvn WHERE THOUSANDS ARE SAVING MONEY Anne front hldeo n Mary Ann back.' ON EVERY DAY ARTICLES. JUST A FEW ITEMS I'm going to Hike oii homer TO CONVINCE YOU THAT WE ARE MAKING nraet bo uuful rloTtrl I Jat heard ntra tall l he could axplaln everything. fa lriar Show, Lornlm. 1 telly mkloa nert ai Lancaster's Busy Store Lour Loaf Sandwich Oread, per Loaf 10ct. Short Loaf Bread, per Loaf 7ct. Salt KisinK Bread, per Loaf 8ct. J. E. M. Guaranteed Flour, per Sack $1.20 Best Brand Pure Hog Lard, per 50 lb. can $6125 Good Bulk CotTee. per pound 15ct. Good Ground CoiTee, bulk, per pound 20cti. Best Ground Coffee, pktr., per pound 30ct. Call for prices on anything in GROCERIES and MEAT. PRICES. rttixmraramimtgmfwraixtc Paoae 206. Scon & Ruble FsMlc Square. N.vcr Too Lata to "Bob." The ohlet inmates of the Daughters of Israel home at Newark. , J, l( woman of 110 years, has hud her hnlr bobbeil. The iiiatiugeuient of the home, says a Central News wire from were much upel when the ild lady requested Unit her style of hair. dressing should he made to accord with the prevailing fashion The mutter was grately discussed, und a there was nothing In the rules und regulations tu the contrary they gave way tu granny's Insistent demand that her hair should be bobbed. "Just like (be other girls." That done llie happy centenarian said; "I am iMily 110, and I iMct to break llie record of my New-Yor- grandmother, who llttii tu b VZX" lieries for occupation of like characFirst, that Liberty Baptist Church has lost one of its most useful, earnter. An eight-hou- r day for all employes est, consecrated members. Likely To Choke Na- - those working under ground to count Second, That the community, has their hours from the time they enter lost a worthy benevolent neighbor. I rt J Third, That we, as deacons, have tlOIlS AlKt rrOQUCe the mine until they leave it. A standard check-of- f provision. lost a wise counsellor and lovable coThent where coal is paid for by worker. Serious the car the system be changed to a Fourth, That a copy of these resoKach day brinK the coal strike tonnage basis. lutions be given to the bereaved family, a copy be put on our church reccloser and no one can true the ultimate result, Kach side Is ready and ord and a copy be sent to the Western determined to settle this long delay A. C. Miles was born In Palmyra Recorder. (Western Recorder.) Many home ed test of strength. County, .Missouri, in I8C0, and came layinc in to Kentucky and factories have heen WOLF TRAIL in 1851. He was callsupplies against this day and un- ed to rest, following a brief illness Klmer Ray bought a colt from prepared to weather through. The November 5, 1021. The funeral Joshiah McCulIey last uek for $50. pinch will come next winter real were conducted at Nicholas-vilt- e Mr. .Mrs. Tom Price, of Paint when the coal rush will ro on. Wis; Ilapti.t Church by hi pastor. Lick isand with Mr. and Mrs. Klbcrt ones are fllUnK their bins now and J. l Price, assisted by I). F. Sebas Teater. will rest comfortoble next winter. tian, his former pastor. The nineteen demands of the Mr. and Mrs. Ottis Stotts enterHe was converted in early manat their conven- hood and miners, formulated - tained a number of friends Friday united with the Nicholastion in Shamokin, i'n., in January ville liaptist Church, where he served evening. und ratified, by the international con- acceptably us Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Stotts enSunday School super vention at Indianapolis last month, intendent for twenty-liv- e years. A tertained a number of guests Thurswere to be fonir.illy presented to the few years ago he removed his church day evening. cn.il operators and explained in det letter to Liberty liaptist Church, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Long and The Garrard County, tail by olficera of the union. and nerved the Lord the week-en- l with Mr. and operators were expected to take them nobly ns deacon in this church up Mrs. J. Long. under consideration and make n state- to his death. In the church, in so Mr, and Mrs. Claude Sparks and ment of their position on Friday. ciety and in the home, brother Miles children have recovered from their asking for a 20 was The miners are quiet, gentle, and unassuming, recent illness. per cent Increase In contract rates, yet his opinions, in many things were Mr. and Mrs. Carl Moberley and other things, while the mine Important and men went amonir to him often daughter spent Sunday with Mr. and owners uro on re cord as favoring u for counsel. Dalley. d Mow the present working He served Jessamine County sever- Mr. Wilbert ..... IMS1S. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Moberley were al years as teacher and as county It is not expected that tin agree- olficial. Men in many states can be guests Thursday night of Mr. and ment will be reached before the end found who occupy portions of honor, Mrs. Walter Casey. of the month, and in that event the who can trace their training Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Simpson were for usescale committee of hunt coal work- fulness, buck to their school days guests Saturday and Sunday of Mr. Shumo- ers is under instruction of the under brother Miles' instructions. and Mr. P. Dalley. kin convention to order a suspension He was one of the Western Record-er- a Mr. Mose Ray had a valuable mule of mining until a satisfactory agreebest friend. and his home has to die the past week, the cause was ment Is in sight. never been without liaptist papers. getting cut up in a wire fence a few- The miners enter the joint confer- Ho believed that information, conweeks ago. ence determined, they said, to resist cerning our great liaptist programs, Mr, and Mrs. Ottis Stotts and chit- with all their power any elfort to re- was necessary to induce our people; dlen. Mr. and Mrs. Ilarriinn lt.r wage ocale as In- to give duce their present their best to the Master, ipent the last week-en- d In iladlson dicated by the operators. "There therefore he urged all to read the with Mr. and Mr. Steve Agie. must be no backward step," Presi- Recorder. He was a successful Mesdames Minnie dent Lewis has said, and tho miners financier and practiced giving McCulIey to the Stotts, Ottl Stotts, Sim Ray, have declared themselves at unani- Lord the first fruits of his increase. mous in supporting him. Glllean He paid hit entire subscription to Harrison Ray and Albert were entertained The' principal demands of hte minFriday by Mr. the Cumpaign the first ers follow: year, saying that if the Lord took Mose Ray, r A contract. Mr. and Mr. Harrison Ilay enter, him away before the Ave year exIn A 20 per cent increase the pired that his whole pledge would be talned the following gueiU Thursday contract wage scale pt $1 a day inJ. F. Price. in honor of Mr. Sim Ray: Mr. and crease to all labor paid by the day, Pl'l. Mrs. Lewis McCulIey, Mr. and Mr. Rstalutioat and that differentials exuding beAndrew Stotts, Mr. and Mrs. Ottis tween different classes of employes Whereas, the Lord In His Infinite Stottt.and children, MMdame Mln-ni- e prior to the 1920 award be restored. wisdom hat taken from our midst, McCulIey, and 'Mose Ray. An A uniform wage scale In all col brother A. C. Miles, be it resolved: enjoyable day wat spent. COAL STRIKE ! Memorial ser-vic- es baby-spen- 1 An-dre- two-yea- The Central Record. Lancaster. Ky. Thursday, Mch 23. 1922 AUNT THERESA M02TDA7 MARCH 27th, REMEMBER THE DATE CImsHM CtlMimi RATES t X word Single Insertions No ad taken for less than 20c In this column. No ads In this y HELIN S. MARSH MEN! By Ills, kr MeClsr. N.w.pst.r Sisstc.l. Aunt Theresa tat Mudylng II worn rap carnt on the floor of the Utile sitting- - room, How faded and old the tarpet had Iwnraf' Why shouldn't It? For many years It had served Us purne. The red strip came from the lea A Kick as Visiter Inter. That a sense of humor la net alte tether quenched by the humdrom H ! work In a goternmrnt office la denced by a placard which appears ea the door of a department of the pe lion ministry In tandon. It readii "Everyone our door except, close you." Lightning Flash No doubt Special Offering of Spring Clothing FOR LOAN: Some Mules. the floor roaring. The eyes grew Baron a True Diplomat. A. F. Sanders. lulsty, the colored strips rrrmed to From tendon come n story of ilanct'. thru faded from sight Ilaron llajashl, which. If not true, deOffice rooms for rent on second serve to ! true. And If It Is true, "How ihlldlsh of inrV Aunt Thrr Citlxen National Bank. be Is a diplomat to his finger tips. ru said aloud, wiping the tear nwa) 1oor. At dinner recently he tat next to a with the corner of the little white Incorporated apron. This ! the time of all the lady who talked to him for an hour. Burpee Seeds that Grow at year I should ! happy and thankful. When the coffee hovr In sight, salt) A. 11. Bastln A Co. the lady, "You must think I am very I iipN.e; hut. somehow. Thanksglt-lufond of the stnind of my own voter." wrik doesn't eem a It did once. Standing Hurley Tobacco Seed for Said the baron: so long Mm? had a It' "I knew you liked Thank. Kiting dinner with company sale, the old kind, pounds and qual music." Japan Advertiser. ity, $1.00 per ounce. aboutto rheer." B. F. Kelley. Lancaster. R, I "Nearly half past nine. Pussy" Aunt Theresa hail tne hahlt of talk (2.2C.5t.pd.) Box 173. AT COST FOR CASH lug to her yellow cat 'time fur the disFOR SALE: Nice pair of mare stage. I'll Jrsf .Hp mi toy things and MY SINGLE COMB hands, fi years le ready by the time the mall la mules about 15 open. old well brokrn. If you need a BROWN LEGHORN EGGS Hie folded the little apron rarefull) good team see these mule. i ami went out into the cold. J. W. Klmore.! Id for 75cts., 100 for II 00 In Thus an rutil In her lonely life In counIjincaster gn to the hs nme fur the rll.M FOR SALK: Barred Plymouth Id for f 1 00, 100 for $5.00 by emeloir, Rock Kggs 50cts. for 15, for setting J mail prepaid within third gone. I inwriiliig. Aunt Therrsa," said "Good Mrs. B. T. I.unsford, Nina, Ky the kind po.tmls tress a she pus.nl Lancaster, R. No. 1 C. FARRA ar pre-w"Clad l.rr the Jong, yellow BOX 173, LANCASTER. KY, to see j on this morning. Walt, here good baled Kxtra FOR KALK: l another letter for you. She passed oats; $H1.00 a ton if sold at once, Aunt Therrsa a dainty lolet enteloe Alfred Owens, Phone 374-R- . with a rlr.li purple seal on the hark. Prrachersville, Ky (It.) e inr. snld Aunt Therrsn. rltiilly scanning the enielor, "how FOR SALK: 75 bales of good I wish I had my reading glasses ulth straw. Price 75 cent a bale at my I W. B. Mo, "IVrhsiis I rati tell Jon what's I barn. FROM OUR S. C, DARK mli.r. us hate one Jest like It.' said BROWN LEGHORNS. ' VII. . I n... II..,.. Ml- -. I ...... (rea'.est winter layers and Teited Seeds, Red, AUike, Sapling, ,.,.IH... Ul... II. -- .1 ih. money makers. Kggs, $1.25 semi-conservatiWhite Sweet Cloer, Timothy, Red from Alllit Theresa s. Mir hurriedly per 16 ind up, Chicks IScts. tore open the emelopr. She renjlTop. Rspe, Kentucky Blue Crass and and up ragerl) 'It's an Invitation to Mrs .Orchard Grass. Hudson A Farnau. Hive them a trial if not in Ilamln's hoii-for Thanksgiving day F.OCS FOR SALK From Pure lld joii eier, ' she evclalineit. peering satufie' we will return your disover her glaes at Aunt Theresa. "I Bred Buff Wyandotte chickens. 15 money nollirtl llr llruwti's wldder snd ."srsh for $1.00. Phone 350. Farm got one. and there's one In old flulier C H. Simpson, .Mr Unity's hoi, yes. and there' one Vim. ftXtXX. :. Lancaster, Ky. (3.5.3t..pdsLa strife shv In Mr snd Mr Henderson's boi. too. No Isn't that good "f the Itsinlns to FOR SALK: Barred Rock Kggs. do such a IhlngJ" Flock built from New. 15 for $1.00. "Jest walk along with lar and come Thompson and Nlchlot strain. a spell." said Aunt Theresa, "and bert, lu we'll talk It nter." The two old ladles Headed by new blooded males each Mrs. T. I). O'Hcarn trudged along as happily as children. year. pd.) Mr. and Mrs, llamln and three rhll dreu lived In a hlg stone house, Ham-IBarred Plymouth FOR SALK Hall, on the hill that Is, they lived THIS NOTED STALLION Rock eggs. 75cts. per setting of 15. there summer, hut usiiaUy went awa) I 357-Ijncatter Kxchange. early In Orloher to their home In the Phone WILL MAKE THE SEASON . A. Henderson city. Mr. Nan- Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. .Mar-cu- s the dinner guest Sunday of Mrs. "Let us stay herr this year until JUDSON Paint Lick, Ky. AT OUR PLACE, ONE MILE White. nie Ray and daughter. after Thanksgiving,' Mr. Ilnmln had FOR SALK: Some fancy Thoro- - WEST OF PAINT LICK, ON Mrs. Luther Smith bought a cow Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Simpson and Miss Maude Vater is visiting her said, "and ser what a Thanksgiving " r,v-- n t. Thnmhllnt' w. ... slrsin ..wla. Mini, from Mr. Cronley Hardwick. handsome little daughter of the aunt. Mrs. Jink Long and Mr. Long, dinner would If like In thr country x t....l WWII . "A capital Idea," Mr Hamln had -S. C. Rhmle Island Red Roosters, al- - LANCASTER PIKE, AT Mrs. Cronley lUrdwick spent Sat- Stanford road were the guests Satur- near McCreary. t'lalmed. Prices so eggs from same strain. day night of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mr. J. P. Foley and Mis Mullnda urday with Mrs. Patsy Simpson. were sent to reasonable. Call and see, phone or So dainty Invitation Simpson. Taylor were Wednesday visitor in thr older folk and to thr young folk, .Mrs. Fred Hall, write MIw Vergelia Kay was the week We are glad to havt such good Teutcrsville. which gavr happy anticipation hrforr Paint Lick,, Ky. (tf.) end guest of Mrs. C. R. Naylor. neighbors to move into our vicinity Mrs. J. B. Baker was the guet thr eventful day. Aunt Theresa went to thr deth of Mr. Clarence Dailey spent Sunday as Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hurchell, last week of Mr. and Mrs. Barred Rock eggs fcr sale at $1.00 Bell the old hair trunk for her (lorry to with Sir. and Mrs. J. W. Dailey. who purchased the farm of Mr. Baker, of Nina. per setting or Sets, per egg by the wear rn the dress. Inyourbest day. by K. B. Thomp Mrs. Robert Simpson was a truest James Hicks. Mrs. Klma Baker and son, Hubert, There was thr green merino she 100. Flock headed 378-Phone wore year ago at thr last Thank, son Strain. week-enMonday of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Simp-soof Judson, were visitor of SEASON DUE IF MARE IS Mrs. Tandy Center, living dinner whru William, her Mrs. James Yantis. Paint Lick, Ky., Route No. and hr. had Invited thr Crslg. Mrs. C. R. Henry anil two interestTRADED OR PARTED WITH. Mrs. V. M. Adams was a weekand thr I 'I km. Mon Renrgr was home ing children are visiting Mr. and from college. Mow he liked thr dress' Mr. John Harrison Posey is ill. end guest of her ton, Mr. and Mr. Slightly worn. SHOKS. SHOKS! William G. Clark. Mir would wear that and thr arr rol Rufas Adams. Mr. Harry D. Rice spent Sunday Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Simon Tankersley Isr and csineo pin. slsn thr white msn for women and children at the old Mrs. Tom Pollard spent Wednes- in Lexington. Brummett stand, near the Garrard had for their Sunday visitors. Mr. llr. day with her parent, Mr. and Mrs. Thanksgiving da) dawned bright Warehouse. Mr. Joe Brewer and family have Look for the sign of and Mrs. Henry Tuttle. Austin Black. rlear and rrlsp. without snow. Thr "The house of many shoes." moved to Nina. PAINT LICK, KY., Ilia lulu' automobile chugged up thr Misses Eva and Helen Humphrey Mrs. W. T. Sutton spent Wednes A. J. Thompion, Proprietor. Mrs. Tom Yantis visited Win, were charming guests Monday of Miss day night in tancaster, guests of Mr. hill many time that forenoon with the (3.'J.3t..pu) Route No. 2. (:i.'j.Gt.) Walker Tuesday afternoon. oajipy passenger. Suanna Mae Naylor. and Mr. Guy Davidson. -Oh, there are to be children herr, Mrs. Alfred Poyntor and son, Cal Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Black and Disk Hnrrows, $15; Oliver Riding Miss Kvu Merrimnn was the too!" exrlallited Aunt Therrsa with daughter were guests Friday of Mrs. vin, were recent visitors of Mr. Roy the past week-enPlows, 50 nnd $15; Breeching, $0.50; of Mr. and Mrs. Joy. Prather. Top Humes $2.00; Brace To The Citixens of Oarrard County; Nannie Ray and family. The children loved "Aunt" Theresa, Brass Wm. I.awson, of A great deal of complaint is comand It wn they who had name.) her Chains, 05cts.; Cord Collars $1.00 Mrs. Jasper Sam, of Bourne, was Mr. and Mrs. John D. White were1 Mist Carrie Lee Voter has return- - "Aunt." Uo $4.00; Bk. Bands, 40c tx; Collar ing to me as your County Judge that Miss ed home, after a visit with Hamln Hall was a guy, happy plair units. 45cts. Cook Stove $20 to owners of live stock in some localjZella Prichett, of Stanford. that day. The bountiful dinner, thr $85.00. Wire Fence, 57 and ities are permitting it to run at large games, h muslrhow good everyto the annoyance of thr public and per rod. Mr. and Mrs. James Yantis were thing was! The laughtri of ihlldren 07 J. R. MOUNT & CO. in violation of law. Some have askguests Monday of Mr. and Mrs. litis-- I and thr general good rhetr gladdened ed for legal steps to prevent it. It rv eryope. com Pelphrey, of Ijtncaster. appearing to me th- -t in any good citiWhen the happy fnJk were ready to I Mrs. Tom Turner and daughter, go, Mr. xens who want to otm-rvthe law do a in lit said: "The Invitation I Miss Lucy, were dinner guet Mon-- I which you've all received for today Kagle Heads and Virginia Reds not understand their duty in this matday of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tuttle. are good for next )rar. and on. Kggs for hatching $3.00 for 15. ter. I, therefore, give thl notice. We Phone 37K-F- . Jim Ballard. All the territory in magisterial Mr. and Mrs. William Lane and a long a we live In lluinlli Hall. irhllegr of glad. Lancaster, Ky. districts No. 1, N. 2, and No. 3, of Suvanah are llimikfnl for thl Misses Flonnie Mae nnd lUnlng your heart." Garrard County, have heretofore relatives Lane, were with "Well. Pussy." .aid Aunt Theresa, voted in favor of the stock law and Saturday. u she uil.i'd away the green merino I therefore, in in rllVct, James Walker und dress that night, "thl hu been a Joy. Memlames Any one holding claims against the the law Homer Ray and children of McCrvury fill day. I am thankful for all in) estate of (I. M. Pltterson, deceased, these three districts which is all of blessings '" were visitors recently of Mr. and are hereby notified to proscnt same Oiirrard county except district No. Whet Is mors eentlmrntal than a wJJInr Invitation? Mrs. William Walker. properly proven to me on or before 4. Any person wl.o wilfully or by In the Jungle, Certainly It Is lint a mere merlianleal neglect suffers cattle, sheep, hogs, rodcl to be Mrs. Wm. Clark, Mr. anil Mrs. pstldled around to tlir rhtaprst Milder. Cheap Dnrrr What's In the hriirt of the Congo April 1st., 1022. Any one knowing or any other live stock to run at la generally disappointing, Our work la easily within James Yantis were dinner guests JungleT iiorllUs, hlg .nukes, annlhus themselves Indebted to said estate large iuiU wa hv correct samples tor every occarewch are subject to n fine Under Thursday of Mr. and Mrs. Milton beating tomtoms and ruling mission will please come forward und settle sion and every purso. the law any livestock of any person Mrs. 0. M. Patterson, aries? That the general notion, Mut at once. Ward and Mrs. C. It. Henry. something else. Admx. which gets out of any person' en Whittaker, Lucy there' of the heart of thr Congo last Misses closure in any way and damage anOut and Nolle Turner, and Fannie Merida year came 'U.uat.iMi pound of tup other person the owner of such live were entertained Sunday at the home stock is subject to damages to the Mf. tn$rver3..nd .Stationers of MIucs Mollle and Kthel Barnes. The while man la penetrating everyNotice Is hereby given that the extent of any Injury done. I, there where, and with him goes hard work, Aero Club of Kentucky, a corpo- fore, urge LOUIS VI I, L1C Mr, and Mrs. Oscar Lewis, who all person owning live civilization. price of thl were located last year near Versailv, the It worth while? Or are suvages ration organixed under the law of stock in Oarrard county In thesu Is have returned here to make their happier before the white man bring Kentucky, ha been dissolved by the three districts to observe this law home, to the delight of their thr tliuetlot'kT consent of its stockholders a re- and keep livestock enclosed, which future quired by law. many friends. will avoid much vexatious litigation. Darwin's Birthplace. All person having claim against In the future this law will be en Mr. and Mrs. Kdd Baker were Mount House, Shrewsbury, with the said corporation will present them to forced. hosts Sunday at an elegant dining, famous Iiarwln walk, a wooded prome- R. K. McRobert at once. This March 15th, 1022. their guests being Mr. and Mrs. nade high above the rrii. has heeti L. U Walker, Chairman, O. M. Trendway, County Henry Yuter and son, James, Mlssei Uiught by the otflre of works to house It. K. McRoberts, Scct'y. A Trea. Judge of Garrard County, Ky. Carrie, Beulah and Elizabeth Yater. It clerks. Scientific American. strips were plitr of her mother wedding town; the brown, a portion of her own wedding dress ye. hr Mild fond memories woten In Imppy school da). The? gray column charged. Seven Insertions for the price of Ave. Phone orders must be paid promptly, lightning flashes vary tr MsurA thickness hut onn photographed recently was estimated, from the size of the. trace It left on a photograph and the distance of the tower It struck from the camera, to he only of an Inch, not much more than torn artificial electric spark. one-fif- th THE HUB PUSHIN GO. of Danville AT THE STORE OF i 'r A. H, BASTIN COMPANY of clothing for MEN AND YOUNG MEN. We invite the men of Garrard and the surrounding ties, to come in and get acquainted with the wonderful values we have for you. As an introduction we are offering for this days. day two of the biggest values in clothes, since On Monday, March 27,. (Court Day,) we will have on play at the store of A. H. BASTIN & CO., a special offering I I ERIE $18.53 $23.50 ve t f "Irr I Baby Chicks Es POW8ALU Suits for all, smart, nobby styles for the Young Men in sport models and styles, in tweeds, herringbones, pin stripes, fancy mixtures. On the other hand we will browns, show, serges, worsteds, salt and pepper mixtures, blues, and grays, in conservative models. Don't miss this play, it means money saved for you. u. .... e. Rockdale Poultry - AS At Bm lj. WALKING PAT Danville, Kentucky. Danville. Kentucky. 8 B ..., $20.00 to Insure a Living Colt. n. d GUY. hu-ha- tid. Cornett Bros. Notice. gut d 1 11 Pit Games (3.2-4t-p- Wedding Notice Invitations lr. Notice Of Dissolution Complete line of Samples at The Central Record Office. WiiwB nimiH liii i ml T'" " " Th Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Mch 23 1922. "BREO IN OLD KENTUCKY' Tlil-- U with ieno.1 LOVE SHEEP CARE DURING WIN1ER nj DUOUI) WIU1- - Join the "Better Sire, Itetter Stock" campaign What about this trio of he til boars? Replace your scrub and grade aire purebred. chnmpion. KING PILOT NO. 457,531, by the Pilot, the world "KENTUCKY RANGER, sired by Ihe largest DOES YOUR HOUSE-WORSEEM HARD? Has Your Strength Left n You? Gude's Pepto-Mnnga- K 1 I LKIBmAsuIU Columbia Dry work Bit-tr- ii PB y aasBBBBIa-- L. Will Re- "KENTUCKY CATTLE We own more BLACK-CABLACK-CAP P bonr in the world. CHECKERS," CATTLE it's your move. CATTLE 253,797 AND Should Bi Ktpt Thnlty and Net Allowed ta Ew Lett in I Wtight. store It If you have dyspepiia and and feel "all in," don't tnke It for granted thnt there is no relief. Strength nnd nmhitlon for your tnk will come when you build up your wrukened blood with (lUile'a Tnke it with your meals a few week nnd nee the permanent It is just the thing to nld benefit. you to recover full health. Thi wonderfully efficient form of food iron quickly Improves the nppctitc, ndd color to cheeks and lips and Impart itrength to the jaded muscles. Itemember to nsk for "Oude'i head-ncheI'cptu-Mangaa, b!ack-cap- s than any herd in Kentucky Young ROYALTY NO. GARRARD NO. 283,601, "Herd Bull.." itock either sex for talc at all time. U"rtl Al f 1. and Isit bitr longer Save your back! Put a Columbia "Hot Shot" Ignition Battery under the front scat of your Ford, and Mft iff car-rrignition vhile startfor sure-fif- e ing. Full ignition power instantly, regardless of weather. The Columbia "Hot Shot" No. 1461 fill under the front seat -- put it there today. Columbia Dry Batteries for all purposes are sold by electricians, auto supply shops and garages, hardware and general stores, and implement dealers. Insist upon Columbia. W ih. nit.l the irlin Ipally wi i.i. tliM'k li.p.rtm.at tiwiier l In- Visitors always welcome. Stock Dixie BROS. & J. SANDERS LANCASTER, M. AMON, Farms. PROP. KY. 3 R:mmrmararaH! lion I Ihr ttiM'k. hna, Chifity Boa, iuhI itaually form An Economist. i i the altlc Ii a good A chari') Inter the main part of Sold In both liquid nnd "Are your loy's lastea etpenler Mea. I'm m "II "f Ihe outgrown t'.irtitinsel, clothes Hti'l ' i when n rail I inula mtloiia, I'loter. ulfaJfH or nmen liny. tablet form. Advertisement. dinner "Nt alwn),' If of kmm iUulll, tmiy lr un a the noticed tlmt Job hopefull. ' I Iim il ours l already col- Mich mi' o fri mil onr lainolui: time, from would mtlor hear n Jai for lected Co- mill InnllilcMiiliif. Tile KHiuhl t mill hluix'lf lo rend Ihe niiHlItton uf hi. klirrp by feelllu; Ihe bone of the loin or baik. At no Utile hIiIp they are In lalnli should ewe. he ulloMril to lo.e ttflsht. In , oM-nwet, (nil ,M.Mtii there l dnllSfr of waliliiK i lone lo urt fedlne. Wininr iiiHime'iHi'iit l vrry lniMir 'Htit lii lia umiii thf return, ter f,filiK In fall and n lh Ford wtulr ,trtin for gaa rsfliA.. for rraraart far brtl. aaj bunrrs far iKtihhmui. drr batirrr btht-Isf- f awiat, la ctoMf. t.IW, larrrf. barn. far Ignltian fr J.UJ, ttt. ! diet lra I'epto-Mangan- ." rvp mfinjnijmjt gtttt i karVri. Iarllri Spti't Clif fllaVisf rifrj caargr tttt I V 4fj Stfllrrr. 7r mi Iti UJ W- -r - t Annie Laurie. Atilile iJiiirle wns the ohlest of Ihe I juirm Cngtlih Needle Indutlry. lliree daughters of .Mr ltl-r- t I UHfH nrl maile at of Maiueltoti. In Ihe rowily of Kirk. luuu lit lit 17m' she mar l.ong Crendn. (Hfoidshlre. ami after-- j cndbrlcht. Scotland want at lleddllrli. while Uielr matin- - ried James KerrUMtn, f CrHiplarnwh, facture wm Mill In Ihe ""' n home anil he n Ihe mother nf Aleiander comInduatry, different lVrcuoii. Ihe hero of Iliirti' soug pleted In the cottage of the worker The WltUtle. The miii of "Annie Then I..urlr" uill written b WlUlam women Mini were generally r riniaml. In thof stcw..rdr came machinery. fortune wcro made i. Kirkcudbright, hero of Ihe ..!.,; "Wll sometime lost -- In the t.ewlle trod M, Was a Malitoti Wac ' a In etery otlier Industry record llwn the opera that tt Ii Jo-.- t priced Brand l."0"i:rili afford." tes - SAVE MONEY WHEN YOUNG ENJOY IT IN AFTER LIFE oung men who would enter the decline of I fe in com fortahle circumstance should beg'n to save now The approved modern method of saving ii a ravine account in the home bank. This hank invite young men nnd yung women to join It family of saving depositor. One dollar openi n lavlnr account, and an) turn may be deposited thereafter. dally ImIiik alinicielit Ihnli lfrfl iind. Oat mid when! airuw are liefter hi n rje or Imrlf) trnw. Com alalka ilHm where the euea ,1111 enl a part olT Ihe hutea nmy he H'il of ihe rniik'lmee ration If 1I1U rntloii or la lonile up Inreely of foro-tnlentKetitrnle atnm. a liltrosettona 'Iliuoihy Imy l honbl nl.'i he toil itimhI aherp fe,n. HI tenure Ihe iti.t of the JUak'- ralhm. but II .bet loH-- e It with ha), reetl only .Ihtgre made from wetl loa liirel riffti. ih( Ih nre Unit It l liol Mllelt froien or no4d.. Three (NMinda lonil m day U the limit for Ma feiit I'or breed r"ot, pur'lUrly lHrtH loih be The two until Hfler UmiHhi; ra !!. here cttoM will he folllHl fttltl fio'ufy ine. from I'Jil to Hft HUlld. Ill MetEllt: :i MtHliil. to .H for ewe 1 wHtlilor I'" McLean Farmers 11 operate In Improving Dairy Herds Organization of the McLean county Cooperative Purebred Jersey Sire in recent!) completed Anaocuition that county brings the total number of KUch orgnnitntion in the State to n total of six. Dcnrdlng to K. M. Prew-It- t. dairy extension specialists of the Sixty-fivCollege of Agriculture. member- - of the organization, who nre owner. of 152 cows, will follow- the association plan of Improving their herds by the cooperative u.--e of three purebred sire. which wilt be purchased. Officers of the new are: President, Hud Walker and secretary-treasurer. Glover. Homer These two men together with (feo, Kobinaon, Guy Settle and Hugh Herndon will form the executive committee. e - ki ue. Columbia Dry Batteries LOYO Mis. Jessie Kent spent Sunday with e d t ee. ii-- ajMr-Higi- fr ixtttit'l. ! eiMl, S wu4J 1 l(lf or .arn U.C .k.lil Ritlon No. n t. liar. enia , 3 ourla Ration No. 2. iun.l. alfalfa Ii. r aifaaa. THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. Capitol $50,000. Surplus $50,000. Honor Roll Bank I If the ewea mil on full wlicnt r ilatlllt the winter the piltttlre tllltat me dry or cm be atipplemeiiletl by SUase and root, lire 'elllrateil llealrahle when the paallire l cret'li. tine hnlf puillid of iiitlonaeevl iiiel contain, the dally protein re. James Hay, spent Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Daily Kay. Mr. nnd Mr. Wm. S. Ray and baby-werher grandmother. visitors of Mr. nnd Mrs. S. X. Mr. nnd Mrs. Jr.e I'reiton have ' been visitors on Poor Kidge recently. Sander. Inst Week-enMrs. Ollie Illnck and baby, Edna Mr. Frank Hay of Stanford, spent the week-enwith Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Earl, are visiting Mr. L. L. Matthew nnd other old friend. of Loyd. Kay. Mr. and Mr. Squire T. Whlttaker Mr. Ollie Black, Miss Jessie Kent, e and Mrs. Harris Tcater spent Monvisited Mr. and Mrs. Ilradford Sunday. day with Mrs. Marshall Ray. Mrs. Uill Matthew and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Squire T. Whlttaker, Mis. Arleigh, were with Mrs. L. L. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. S. Ray and baby were recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs, Some legislators aid In making u Matthew Sunday. Mrs. J. D. Hay and grandson, John Ray. law and then employ lawyer to keep rye them out of its clutches Bur-dett- tlt ft A 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. W. V. W, O. L. G. J. L. W. F. t. de- filjn remote them t i. f"i Cleaning. .111 uld lo cleaning. !' Coo Dane One Popular In Curop. To I Eiiclalid, Sintlanit, llnllatid and other part of i:uroH. A niimher of ejeca Parachute Long Known. ere nrranced In n prescribed form 11m real deliver of the parachute the ilniiiiiic lloor. and among was Leonardo ila Vlnd. In 1300. at-- ! them a bllud foltlcl dancer moteit aa though at the coronation of the Km-- 1 Seat he luUlil, lo III in I c. Ihe object peror Fo Klen. ai early a ISM. Chl-- j irlns lo eiecute nil 11,'llcnle dance nese acrobats were seen to Jump from without breallllK the vilS. The mualc, ala hlch scaffolding with liuse para-- like the arrnticwncnl of the prescribed. chute umbrella. I io hii stand tetem ur. fruit atalus saturate vrln. allow tlirm to and then wash. :n Spain, nuinnc (be people of Valeo-la- . Km a once popular ilnrmlixi In The egc tUiice. now rotiflucd chiefly aaaaaBBBBBBBB BsBkSlBBBBBBBBBBBBBaBB ? I SSSsK sBBssf Mr. lSBJBBBBBJtavHasssr2Bn2flkk?aSS Champ, Rlgney, Ai't, to the Preidnt. Davidson, Cashier. Gill, Atsittant Cashier. Miller, AssUtant Cahler. Xaomi Hamilton, Teller. J'ii Farm And Home News From Over Kentucky Todd County farmers who nre in terested in the improvement of their home orchanU will have an onpor tunity to observe different methods in ten orchards the owners of which will cooperate with the College of Agriculture extension division in following recommended methods, according to County Agent I. C. Grad- dy. The work, which is said to mark u new interest In orcharding, i. the result of one demonstration conducted last year by C. W. Hudd. it it CITIZENS NATIONAL LANCASTER, KY. BANK. 1 A Paatur to Rangt Over Pro vlda thf Bat Eatrclia for th Qeod Corner Public Square anil Danille Street. Bratdlng Flock. Exterior woodwork la iposet! woodwork. Thr'i a Pi Aih lot finish for front doors, window casings, vestibules, boats and exterior all other high-da- s C Vamlth or Entry BooVUl and FMihtd Wood to the constantly elcmenta and therefor requires a varnlah of greatest resisting and wearing qualities. For such surfaces mo better Tarnish could be used than Pee Cm Invincible Spar It resists heat and cold and has proved the most satisfactory Parpois Fantl. S. S. S. LUMBER CO f& wiH Wh J2igl 5 T rt! H rwU CattMrt C. LmUvOU. Kyi i"coott m II A IHaH I ' mLLLwK99m$W XCatlatBSBBBBBBBBBBBBBSl SswsassBBBBBBsU IJCbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbV BSBBBBBsffBSBBBBBBBBBBBBBsiiasaalBsVBSBsV'1 laH ! A aSBBBBBBBBBBm9SaSBBBBsVMa breed of poultry is expected to go forward rapidly this year, County Agent Kobert T. Harrison ha report- ed. Order already have been re ceived for a total of 55 settings of purebred hatching eggs to be used in the movement. Following n series of four night meetings recently held in the county in the interests' of a big cholera and cattle tuberculosis eradication campaign, Washington county farmers are showing increased interest in which stumping out these two annually cause heavy losses in their herds, Asi.tant County Agent II. It. Cottrell has reported. In their effort to improve the method of cattle feeding being followed on their farms, Nelson county farmer living in the vicinity of Ilo-oaccompanied by Wnyland Ithoads, beef cattle extension specialist from the College of Agriculture recently look an inspection tour to the feed ots of eight different farmers In the three year. community. Record. being kept on he different tteer feeding practice CASTOR OIL GOOD FOR SWINE will be discussed at a later meeting, according to County Agent C L. Simple, HamiUu and Generally Effte Hill. tlvt Rtmt dy for Animals Whtn IU'corJ being kept on their poul Off Feed. try llockt by SO Daviess county farm women who are cooperating with Cantor oil for Imc thai ure off feet Agent J. W. Whltehou and I n simple, harmless and seiiemlly ef County fectlo remedy. Put suit on the hog'i the College of Agriculture extension toiizua. and when she slurl to lick pu division are helping many farmer h ulth 1 in that section of the State solve their the castor oil In her m spoon, Two tahlesHHinfuU the rlcli problem of poultry feeding and uu notlci management, it I reported. do.e Give It limuetHatei a hoc ' off feed. 11 11 c n, Hutrenient for pregnant ewea and It ahouhl be uei whin the price . runt tloeeer, u iuarler imiuiiiI alorti: with other feetla celitnlliliiE protein may be better than one containing a larger aiuoutit of cottonseed tneiil. KxTcle for the ewe III winter la necessary If sironc lambs lire to ha They ran he Indilted to produced. lake eierelse by scattering their feeil over the Krouud which will Induce them to do ereat deal of walkliu Another way U to do the feeillm some distance from the shelter. Wlutet paalure will, of course, aohe the proh teiu of eercle. Hut the flock oUht not to be out In ruin ur net snow, us a wet Jlccce Is u fr"iieut eauv of coldi und pneuiuoiiiii, A sheep will ahakr off dry know und be none the worse nut In a storm. for hutliic Present condition should e nu ills couraKemi'tit to a person who tlilnli lliH'k, for the mun win of ktiirtlue succeeil with live stock Is the out who goo III Mini sliljs In throucli fill yeurs und I em, Perhaps It Is hettel to K" In heu prlies are low, t'or Iher It ClHl eS for foUndllllotl stlH'k. It Is doubiful whether u mini alinuU sloH-unless his furn slurt will allow (he keeping of ut leu it !K ewci, und In tuo.t cun' iVI or mori will he bundled belter und more ecu nouilcully lluh u very ainiill llK'k. lib ewes should be dlscurdcd ut live )cur of uce. When this Is done mid tin Mxircst of the ewe luiubs lire sold 1 IliH-will ordinurlly double In .Tie Ii The Tima May Com. "Dis wi rid . glneler tie alt rlht, 1I1 Said I'ni ' i:ieu. le' as &Mn crowd cliivrs a kind word or a gen erous action de sumo as It doe a borne run." Experienced. New York surety company says that husbands are mora honest than bachelors. They've Irartied the futility of I J Ini and trying to get away with It. A reported. Work in standardizing docks of Hnrlan county the with farm one Just Like Relative, little girl, being asked at tot Marjorle lo you kuow what I'm close of her tint day at school how folng to 1I.1. Ito.le I'm going to b he liked her teacher, replied: "1 cook here when 1 set a little bbrirer. don't like her at nil. She's Just as and then I can Im mamm.t. Edin suuey to toe ns my mother." Itoitosj burgh 8roituiui Tranerlpr Laudablt Ambition. A What Is Success? "Itenl mnvu Is the realization of nn ambition t build or to accomplish something worth white and lastlns. It Is the achievement Itself which bring the greater reward of satisfaction, not the money it may ntn isa. I C V. Nath write! Garrulous Person Unpopular. Talkative, poopl,, who wish to b loved are hated; when they desire to please, they bore; when they think they are udinlrvd. they nre laughed at; they liijurv their friend, lieueM their enemies, and ruin theiuielve. Ptu, tared. Two Through Trains Daily Birmingham New Orleans New Orleans Limited Lv. Lv. Lv. Ar. Ar. Ar. Lexington Oanvlll 10:40 A.M. Crescent City Special Lv. Lv. Lv. Ar. Ar. Ar. Lexington 10:30 P.M. Somemt. Chattanooga Blrmlaanam N(w Orltans 11:40A.M. 12:50 P.M. Dinvllle 11:30P.M. Somernt Chattanooga., Birmingham New Orleans. BOP.M. 100 10:35 P.M. A.M. ...... 6:20A.M. 12:10 A.M. 10:30 A.M. 10:00 P.M.-- Pullman Sleeping Cars and Coaches Dining Cars Serving All Meals Far MtaVses, ttetalflg car rewrviaionj or other Informatkn, ataty Is Ticket Agant, or address, H. C. KINO. tMtrlet Pausngsr Age. IM Nth Umestaav Strset, Lexlagten, Ky. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday Mch 23, I 922 a. Si THE RED CROSS ROLL CALL STARTS TOMORROW 7 17 71 JS .1 DROP in at the Woman' Club Rooms any day from March 24th. to 31st., and write your name work. DO YOUR PART NOW. You OR BOOK and hand your check or cash to the ladies in waiting. LET'S KEEP THE RED CROSS COMMUNITY WORK GOING IN GARRARD COUNTY. Money cannot measure its value to the disabled soldiers, to the sick, or to the children of our county; but it takes money to keep up the in the RED CROSS ROLL OF HON-wi- ll not regret it. 4 ri.aW.r4,,4r.wir4ir4 xn mi rw 4 st try tm tej c, By i try ay tn, &4 ir j it4 rj ( a e 1 r.T 1--4 3 EJG DC 3E WE HANDLE THE VULCAN AND PLOWS Genuine VULCAN POINT5 CONN BEOS. Thursday at mimed Krankfert after Un clack had been In Duty The et back for several hour to allow It is the duty of every citizen additional time. Hie feature af the cloilng night's to vote in the primaries, and wa the return of the recalalso at election time. citrant Senator Dycus, of Ilrnton. to Hut duty docs not begin or the Mrty fold, this enabling the end there. Democrat) t pas the general regisGoing along with our party tration bill over the Governor's veto. M I is not enough. It is not the The bill, aimed nt mountain frauds. th m'way to insure good SOVtfrn.,utw vm wwiiwi .f mui iiik mr mini i 11 vnirr . in ,. lilt III. If a fnther nml his little son LEGISLATURE arc out in the yard, and the rn father begins to romp around, Quits Amid Riotous the child will do likewise. It Scenes is the human tendency to imitate, stronger in the juvenile General Rrfittrallon Hill 1'atr.ed At 'than in the adult. cussing, it is all Dycur. Returns To Party Fold, Homplnjr or the same. The Wt'i General A.embly ad-- j Forget the cussiiTg. wirly morning SEED POTATOES Meat Onion Sets and Garden Seed OF ALL KIND. ein Wc have at'all times a nice assortment of all kinds of jht The rwiil bml Hur, carrying thr (the wrong element to secure ciwmiton nt agreed upon in the SPECIAL PRICE ON WIRE FENCE. control of the party, and that Democratic caucus, was defeated lif. HJ means poor government when to II, as original proponent of the CASH-- IS WHAT GETS THE BARGAINS. denounced thr changes 171 the party is in control. It al bond which thr Smalt DimwrnU proposso aids in putting the party out of control. Awhx iHibitnmHn legislation en Our greatest care should be acted during the wln were: exercised in nominatinir our Varum measure effecting thr system. State pubM ek--l candidates. LilVC OlIU &4Sl LllfG A wins. tl,u We should study both past and the present of DC J IE DC proline far u. additionperson wno is up ior nomina-i- a My. - - -- tion. If his past is not clean Another Wy wkkk KenHackj- w. -ltzrH. win cmp.Hr Mntu The Central Record cultivating and managing their we should not consider himdoes If his present You have only to a moment. rJfcSStoTlr",SO,""C farms. p $1.50 Year. limed Weekly. watch the farm implement not oirer prospects of satisfac- ".JS aHlM fer rol). PajrabU In Adanca. houses and watch their sales ,tory achievements while in Blt muTi9r. J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. to become convinced of this like he should be passed by in t Thr party em Met m baHou in 7t L .ELKIN, Local Editor and Mgr. fact. IhihviIIi havr brvn witlawiHl by a favor of a bettor man. """'ability to make nIcnaiiiBf"ur ,mMP,l OVl,r Office in LanThe A few years ago the farmer. Entered nt the Post s Mail caster, Ky., at clung to the old methods, and and enticing noises with hisT-- My wnmMi m whlch . Matter. literally worked himself to mouth does not necessardy uniwtHr alter It, farm ..f death for slight returns. His dicate that a man would be Forties AcKmiMtx RccimoMmim) THE AMERICAN PKES5 ASJOOATION family shared the same fate, jcessful as a public official. It A mrnturr rrratinc n Stat Ihuh- - Just "going along" enables FRESH MEATS and GROCERIES J ie - GURREY Baptist Church NeW8 & OULLEY pujnlnixtcrl. Thr nrxt wrvKfi i ' "r"l,v M'u - , 1 for'" of-hB- ry - Second-Clas- m-ii,- M suci-ovirnmn- t. TlWlt tt t Lancaster, Ky., March 23, 1922 tin I lift ' II ? falI Iiffiirikl fltll 1 int.i.rri-K- ' jWas on the wrong track, right-- ) as well as words, to make good. hiKhwny 5y!,u!nu -"Going along with our par- r ed himself, and started to Many Law. Aid School.. ' i ..ill lorg-jti.. provided t... Ulieatt. tie IS Still c y j..., ;,. airigiil, ....:.i...i wc fliar- - ' .Many mvniiurrs uxn i.asi-- l . for IS Raw For Political Announcaaaat. iorge many other ness up the right men for lend- - the purpose of improving the State r'or Precinct and City Office.. $5.00 Jing, public Kht.ol ytom. 10.00 5nilntrio in thn nrnirns hi is 'ers. For County Offices I tH t.enerol Awembiy has nboinn- 16.00 making. For SUte and Diitrict Offices.. Ami the man should tit the UmI special chnrncter schools, . leaving .10 For Calls, per line He has his tips and downs,' narucss. c..... ..i.. m inr oi.it,- - imi iiim, nrvunii, mini .10 For Cards, per line ' nml fourth cla but the downs don't bother him city school, gradeil For all publications in the interWl' ul,'i?v,? ' Tanlnc anil so will hooU nn, common school. much. He iust stens over them est of individuals or expres'you if you try it. It ha tlx oil the minimum tax rate' sion of individual viens, per and keeps on going. Stormes Drug Store. far graded districts, requiring them (It) 10 line Such men make a country to mmntain sevenmonth-choo- l .05 ternuj Obituaries, per line i out-strippi- ''I I CoinmUion f h'l flOO four member mllis to tht It." i The Overland, Cadillac and Pire Arrow, in the order given, are the Thi-r- e stagle wirtMHi af three leading ear in the auut rare. rlk batty that net henvllted by They art Hearing rai'no, Tixa., the Mm(u artion of Tanlac. where refrefhmenta will be served.! (u) lerniM Drug Stare. The attendance last Sumluy n Ht The woasan wh) has beauty of up to the standard, only I OP. but tsur goal is 200, and we muit not be iati-fii- il etwrufler ha Utile oauit Ut uorry dofeoV. We aver attainment. short of it. wen handicapped latt Sunday by the When a great politician begin absence of some teachers. Were yiwt Muiting with the tmrfll fry we know an abntee? be i irning to run again. The pator was iilmrnt thi week ' u gut vour mone's wortl whvn attending the llnptist State t'onven bu Tanlat iMcnuir it produce tion of Kentucky 'aymen, hel.l be i u t tit) Some echoe l.ounvillr Stormi Drug Store. will Suti.Uy will I irivinuPiii ill ynfiiMls MiiW ItuMell, the .lutnct trnlar, aa a will br K'lvrn morn- of II. Y P. V work lug ami evemag nf nme outrstamiiag ki.i n weK'nme vimtor at our ywunj: feature or aiMreei of the people's er"ire Mt Sunday evrniHC. h arnet invitation is Her visit mean word of encourage- exteftleW to MetitHr ami the general ment and helpful suggntiin far the public to be rrrnt at all service improvement of eur work af the church. ' .. inirt r 4 19 I riart hit k. . Cm-ventio- it prsal iir.u .lii I . Never use profanity in the, teacher Must Attend presence of a child. K. E. A. Meeting It may not understand, but To the Teacher of Garrard County; nature has endowed it with the Ily order of the Garrard County owur of imitation. Hoard of Kducation, all teachers of When we hear a young boy the county whose school are in ses reeling oir cuss words by the slon at the time the Kentucky Kdu yard we often wonder where catianal Association convene. in 11)21'. he loarnod them. Sometimes Louisville, April 11, 12, 13, 11, their will be ullowed full time for we accuse the other boys with attendance of the K. H. A. during whom he associates and that these four days. All teachers who prompts us to wonder where do not attend will be required to teach the full time or suffer their they leMinod them. Hut often the lesson was checks to be diicounted. I earnestly request that all teach, learned in his own home, with ers of the county attend. his own father as his instructor James It. Abncr, unintentionally, perhaps, but Superintendent Garrard Farmers are becoming more County Schools. scientific in their methods of nevertheless his instructor. They are the constructive citizens of this country. And then there is still a third class. They arc the kickers the chronic ones and their! happiest moments are when they are kicking at something, or somebody, or both. They come into the world kicking, go through life with a kick, and kick like the devil because they have to shuffle ofT. They are destructive to society, but more destructive to themselves. The choice is yours. n standard high school and to enrolled, This community learntsl with ,l,.,.p' have at leat venty-liv- e In allI due courtesv wt arc! There are some people who u has VfuYitM for a County , go through life with a smooth inclined to hken a school teach-- A whlchwurrwI Uurf of lucat.on of nve member. serenity that is seldom ruffled. er to a nen wiwi a inrKe uruuti last evening ut six o'clock nt the rti-- ! eItH! from district instead of the, dence of her daughter. .Mr. II. H..ceun,' al nt ami for sulMiistrict It is not ruffled because they of little chicks. The hen is always mothering Price, where she hud made her home trustee to be elected intad of ap do not trouble to go deeply inj 'nc to affairs and conditions them, protecting them from occumnl '''nlh f "l'r husband, which Senate kllltl all bill aimed at in hanas tity, July, ltiuo. narm, aimastraining .At mem in , around them. They do no ...:...... J nutting the utfiee of countv suoenn ,n,,,'ll i"1" ")lw pul'It ubol (or ., numo(,r 0f yt.nr. harm in the world, and some- way they should go. sin wa 'We all admire a good moth-- , born Junuary -- 0, 180'J in Kunsnsj hkvil the county teachers' institutes! times exert themselves to the She wa widely known I""'1 ubtitutl the summer tenchert extent of doing a little good. er. and are loath to part with: City. Mo. and much belovetl throughout this training schools, and misisl the bud We like them, but they com- j,er be get of the department of education A c.tw.nl u j, - section of Kentucky .an.l will Wil from $1'J,000 to $45,00(1 so the rnipcr- 4 IIV'WI iVIIVIIWUMOWIWiUIVUil mand no great amount of (rsii tit tni.siil. This f fi1rku.'in er is much like the hen. She (ron urviv,.. Mri ,,. , ,.rifl.t ,lf intvndent can appoint n professional Man- - Coodloe stair. There is another class, and mothers her little (lock, keeps; nanViiie and .Mi eye upon each Hull- - Lackey, or Washington t ity, benui jealous they are in the majority, who The big reputation of Tanluc has are'not averse to speaking their virtual member, trains it in the two .l.ter. Mr.. J. P. Huston and lieen made by doing what other medirines fail to do. minds. Generally they are way of truth, and honor, and (It) Stormes Drug Store con-- 1 intelligence, and education, and w, fair students of men and comluct a lhort icn.ic,. at tJu. ditions, dig down after facts,! lays the foundation upon which jr,ct. residence on Main street Thurs. day ufternoon ut four o'clock, after' make un their minds after a 'its future success depends. Hut wo are not always as'whjch the remains will be taken over' We wish to expres our gratitude careful analysis, and then 'the Southern to Kansas City for in- - ' and thank to ends and neighbors stand by their convictions. mindful of the ti..irien nf tin. (..rntuni for their kiniltiiMui ihhiiu.'ti ntiil (hi. vni. Hunt'illi. ., tuiimifitr They give praise where it is teacher as we are of the hen.' M pathy uxprcsed in the death of our Uckey wa, thl. .uter Thnfs the difference. )0f MM Jennie Lackey, of this city. I father, Curtis Pierce. due, but do not hositate to ceni The family. . 7Z . . sure when it conies necessary. ...... i great. Mrs. la. A. Lackey DieSland HARNESS, Bridles and Saddles Hames, Ghains, Collars PADS, BACK BANDS and STRAPS THESE GOODS AND ANYTHING IN THE HARNESS OR SADDLE LINE OF THE FINEST QUALITY, CAN BE BOUGHT AT PRICES WHICH ARE RIGHT. Buy your Harness Goods ."!uie,. Pnii. - .,.,J...,!.,J t - Card Of Thanks Card Of Thanks To all them who weru so kind and thoughtful during our recent bereave-inen- t. we wish to express our sincere thanks; also for the many beautiful (lowers sent by loving friends. Mrs. James Hatcher and son, Thomas and George Hatcher. Four foot wire Held fence, while it lasts, ducts, per rod. at our store. Bring us your repair work, no matter how small We appreciate it just the same. Come to us. The House of Standard Merchandise J. It. Mount & Co. FOU SALK: S. C. it. I. Dark Ited purebred. Kggs for hatching, 75cts. Mrs. K. W. Perkins, for 15. Ilryantsvllle, Ky. Phone 40-J, It-p- d HASELDEN BROS. THE WINCHESTER STORE It would never do for some people to be farmers. Their grunting would make the hogs jealous. The Central Record. Lancastei, Ky., Thursday, Mch 23 1922 R. H. BATSON'S PRE--E ASTER SALE KNOCK OUT TO HIGH PRICE Commencing' MAECH RAIN OR SHINE. JUST TO 24th-25tl- i, Continuing Until Easter RAIN OR SHINE THE STIMULATE SALES WE'RE OFFERING STARTLING VALUES IN THIS SALE. THIS IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY TO SE- TAKE A LOOK AT THESE PRICES AND VALUES. COMPARE THEM, AND WE'RE SURE TO HAVE A CALL. CURE THE MOST WONDERFUL BARGAINS IN CLOTHING AND GENTS FURNISHINGS WHETHER IT BE A SINGLE SUIT OR A COMPLETE OUTFIT! THERE MUST BE A REASON of the mam i xstomer who look our o ir si lection of Clothing, a wry few leave without buyiiiK. and most of these return later. Often they tell tit: We'w looked all over town ; hut, thank goodness we came here. Had we only come here first, we would have sawd all this time and trouble. But we y, frankly, we're Kind they looked around. It'. easier to toi.unce them we haw the heat values in town, and the finality and colors can't be compared to say nothing of saving. Kim French Serge Suiis, 1(1 ox. . Grey Serge Suits One Lot Cashmere SuitH One Lot Cashmere, Hairline Suits One Lot Hoys Suits (J ne Lot latest Style Young .Men's Suits, As sorted Colors, All Wool, Newest and .- -. $22.49 $21.49 $13.49 $14.98 $3.98 500 PAIRS GO ON SALE THE PRODUCTS OF A MANUFACTURER OF THE BEST IN U Ow H W 0- - $22.49 One Lot Young .Men's Suits, All Wool Serge $17.49 Hig Lot .Men's and Young Men's Suits Style Plus - -$24.98 Polo Sports and Regulars. Latest Styles Pairs of Socks. 150 Pairs of Seamless Socks. 225 Pairs of Samples, strictly firsts. Regulars nnd Irregulars of 79c, $1.00 and $1.50 qualities 125 Full-Fashion- Men's Socks ... MEN'S MA DRESS DRESS SHIRTS Woven Madras, Crepe Madras and Corded Madras in a large selection of beautiful patterns, in stripos and combination colors: values up to S'J.iiO During this Sale . 98c MEN'S SILK NECKWEAR Just received n rhipment of beautiful Silk Neck-wnain nobby stripes , Moral designs and dot.s with Wwing ends; 7."c alues . 39c consists of thread silk, fibre and silk, mixed and silk plaited on lisle in plain effects. e dropstiteh, embroidered clox and Choose from a wide range of black, colors and novel two-ton- 4Qcts This unusual assortment H J Ci H O 'O 05 Cd s u z o ... ... r; f, Don't miss them! If you can't be here let mother or sister get them for you. MEN'S WHITE LINEN-FINISHANDKERCHIEFS These Handkerchiefs are irregulars of 'i.'ic and 'l"c tpiality. You will buy them by the dozen if we let you when you see them; each 10c our-M'l- port mixtures. ROUSING, RED HOT BARGAINS1 These lots are all small and you must be here early to take advantage of these low prices. No mail or phone orders can he tilled, and we cannot guarantee the lots to last more than a short while. 98c Young Men's Late Style Caps Suit Cases 3c Men's Handkerchiefs 5c Men's Work Sox ..$1.24 .Men's Hats (fur) 19c Men's Suspenders 15c Men's Silk Neck Ties 10c Men's Assorted, Seamless, Work Sox - 8c Men's lilack Sox 64c Men's I'nion Suits, Nansook 25c Hov's Union Suits -- 8 Men's Cotton Work Gloves 21c Men's Canvas Leather Palm Gloves $1.79 Men's Scout Shoes - 9c Men's Work Sox LOT YOUNG MEN'S HATS AND CAPS BIG ARRIVING. -9 -- l-- 3c -- It is our desire to (annot succeed without the other. during this Sale te Pre-Kasler "We with you at all times. We feci a great necessity of merchants and customers getting elosn together, for our interests are mutual and one propose to meet the buvmg demand of the public WITH PRICES THAT SATISFY. our presence desired at our store numerous times "LEXINGTON STREET Batson's Cash Store. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. , fiGossip About i "t m h Rril 0mji Mil I MtnlMn ot Uit Cmln$s tni V'l An Ifttmittd In. by TN Mr John Wal'ex, of Winchet'r, j Mr It. H Da t tin was n Louisville Mi Jennie Lackey attrn l' I the f w wrrk on liuinis this week. eid wttii hi nntcrs. funeral of her (ister-ut-taMr M M.I.IIU and Kthel Walter. ,n D.invillf Coutlloe I.iuki-NMr. and Mrs. Kd (iames nave been MiM )lim-r- , N Drown returned ytcr- - recent visitors in Danville. nf I.uuuiville, u the j J. .Mr. Adolph ,Uy from Itnenter, whero she viiteil t Mrs. K'iett of her imler, J. It. Mount left today for a J eph and Mr. m .Maplr her parunto, Mr. ami Mr. Jamet In Louiovillu. fTtnt Jlr. m tnue Mr J,nh, : Iva l.rr Smith exingtun .Monday. vtj visitor U-r- Mr. V. It. VUhmh ha visiter in LXMBtM. a re-rr-et Ms. Ira m Hofcmsmw, of DanvtMo. visiting Lansjastnr Mix rekitte. Sallie Ktkm. of Lexington, is iUi Sir. ami Mr. Curium Hlkin. returned hn .Mr. Sim Amtorsnn from a frw days stay m Lebanon. .Mr. krrn MU and Mr. Sautlry Jlugho have m'ett visitor l lrxtngtn. has been Kllinbeth Kurd spending a frsv toy .Mr. It. .t from has returned visit U relatives In taxing-tn- . It. DonUm K. Sliww .Mrs, J. Hudson Danville. ho n rfl ami Mr. Harry visitor In Mr. J. It. HawMtn and daughter, Mim Jane, have .n Danville. Mis ben reent guests LueiHe has returned Drnden-bun- ;, from a vW to Mn. Wilson in Itwhmend. .Mr. Cabell returnud from ii visit to his fitter, .Mrt. Mattle Duncan, In Louisville. ami Joe .Messrs. K. W. Morrow Walker, Jr., are spending twn week at Martinsville, Indiana. Penny has .Mr. U. P. Simp. of spent Monday with Mr. Drown nnd Mr. Drown. l.exlng-ton- , B. P. been a recent visitor of her mother, Mr. Bllen DettU. Mn. Carrie Pavldum h returned from a vllt to her daughter, Mr. '.. T. Wee nnd .Mr. Dice, In Itlchmond. Mr. Clayton Morrow, who ha been ttendinc the Unlvenlty of Wyoming,; ieturnel to Lancaiter Saturday ha MIm Martha Dettis, of Lexington, Mn Maud A niter anH er. .Mrs. I.yla Asher Adum. of I.imisville, Mis llertrBn- - Lewi, of (Ireens-buri ford utreet. thv guefit of Miss Mary Mae are the uttmetH'e gueisis of Mr. and Mrs. St. H. Sts'tnbergen, thh week. Walker. Mr. (,tbre4 Svinbroail, of Cen-t- r They rendered a number of beauU-fu- t Miss ntuu Smith. Mr. and Mr, with Cllec. ipent the week-eny Milos at the Opera House kk pirntf. Mr. Mnd Mi. C II. .lame Smith were visitor in Danville xvuHiHg v hich was very much .Swinehnud. Saturday. mjoyel by the u iilicnre. Ike Dunn and family.' Mr. and lien John Saw Owsley, of StanHie E.isteni SUi met at the the week.md nf I.exiNKlvn, ford, was in Lancaster Monday on ll.W Thursday night to transact with Mr. Irgul buslmsi. pirent. Mr. andi Uii ! and to initiate two new mem-tir- r. Mm. I). CulU). AldrHlge ami Mr. Mr. Artie J. K. RobiuMtn and Judgv C. A. Mr. W. K. i'tak, of Danville, ha! Sallie ItoM l.nwson. About forty Hartlin were in Frankfort a few boon kpemlirtr a few lay with her ntemher were present and Judge hour Tuesday evening. mother, .Mrs. 1!. L Owwley and Mr". Charles Hardin, of llarrodhur, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hudson are and Mrs. Tlenloy Dkstin, of Fnink-fnr- r Kif Dunn Mmn. It Li very gratifying to report the were ti.e viiitor present. Then-ar- viitine the parrrit of Mr. Hudson, condition of Judge John W. Miller Mr. Jim I'lene ami Mr. Vircl) more applications for member-shi- in FlrsHtngshiirg this week. as more favorable. A specialist from Hire, f Danville, attend, . I the funernext reguid be takin in at Mils Joan Mount returned home Louisville, will see him today. Judge al of Mr. I'ierve'i fiithw. in Ijinra lar meeting. The Kati-n- i Stars will Uit AlMiday from an attended visit Miller ha been much better during tor the jvat week. oonduct anotlx-- exehanr' pril Sth., ts Atlanta and Dawling (Jri-ethe l week. Mr. and Mr. Henley IUtin and at the store of Mr J, It. JIaselden. Mr. William Kinnaird, of Lexing Daily Thought. ehildren, who have been (pending ton, pont the week-enwith his, "Hy ths work one knowi the worto r Hi Ml R r 4 P.5 tlii). with reljtive here, have rH fc3 r4 ' Iji returned to their home in Frankfort. 11 3 parent. Dr. and Mr. J. D. Kinnaird. rtir.ii." I'e Pontalne. 2f IJevf. I. W. Manley ami W. il Itixj who Mkv Ctirrir Delle Komnnt. aie in Louisville this week attending 3 ttsiehe in the Hluh Schiwl in .Stan2T the Dsptist t'onvenlion in that city. with her ford, ipent the week-enJS Mrs. Fred Neighbors, of I'ineville. parent, Mr. and 3lr. W. J. Itoniam. (CHir'ir-.lufi.t- l' m IS nmviil today for a fen day visit a. Harding . a . I I am ii Mr. and Mr. Adolph Joseph enter-tainewiUi her parent. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. s. in want. Sunday at the home of .Mr. IS Dourne . He nntketh we to Mn down a parfr nnd .Mr. Pave IUmm in honor of Mir Mr. I X Miller and little daugh- bench u. Doner, of lubville, Mr. and Mrs. SI Ho hjoncth me beside the pea ter, Anna Wagers, are in Itlchmond Henley Dastln, of Frankfort. veiling her parents, Mr. and Mrs. soup house. lit) rostorcth my doubt In the Mr. Harry Hudn entertained I.. T. Wilson. her Sunday Sehool cm at her home party. Mr. and Mr. Jumes II. Smith aro He leuduth me In the path of de on Maplo avenue Friday evening. rereivlng congratulation over the struction for hi sake. Pellolou ire cream and cake were arrival of a line boy, christened 1 ds orvod and a very enjoyable evening fear evil for thou art against Jamet II. Smith, Jr. me. was .spent. Thy policioa and prollttieni thtiv .Mr. Sam lackey, of llichmond, Mr. W. Smpon Klkin, who has frighten me. week of hi broth-er- , the guest last here been (pending several week Thou preparrst a reduction of A. K. Livkey and other friends with her brother, Mr. John Duncan, wages before me in the presence of and relatives in the city. nnd Uter, Mis Jennie Duncan, remine enemies. turned today to her home in Atlanta, Ail interesting meeting of the Wo Thou anointoit by Ineome with Georgia. man's Club was held Thursday after taxes, my expense runneth over my on Iexlngton income. noon at the room The many friend of Mrs. Carlton nvenuo. Surely, poverty and unemployment Mrt. it. t.. Jicitobcru, Klkln are glad to know that he ha prrsidt-nt- , presided and business of shall follow me all tho day of this recovered (urTIcicntly from a very Importance wa dlscusaed. Tho pro- normalcy administration. icriout operution at tho Danville gram consists of u talk on "Major Ami I shall dwell In a rented house Hoipital, to be removed to her home If ProphvU" by Miss Martha GUI. forever. on Itlchmond street. HiHth-e- r. Huufeoner, of ObiM, K the (ftiot of her Henry Illll-lM.r- u, (atafwood Durnhlei. C(iorir Journal. I.mjfivillr visit to relative Mr. Jnmtrs has ben a re- ront visitor of hi father in Danville. Ni-vi- Mm. Uue Jlsnn Maon. en Stan- d Wed-nesda- ilr. .'U Inn' Ma-mn- ir sI l...trA kri1l list rs tn litnrtl s (m11 i.'".1 !..a An that Miss Georgia Dunn has been! . wren, ek..l I. The following prayer l reported ..i. quue sick lur ine pasi oiiv to have gone forth from the pulpit of was taken sick at Falmouth. n negro preacher in Mississippi t The many friends of Mr. Theo "O Lawd give thy servant this Curroy regret to hear of his illness mornin' the eyes of the eagle anil 'at his home on Maple nvenue anil the wisdom of the owl, connect hi hope for a speedy recovery. telephone in roul with the gospel ' the central skies; luminate hi. brow Mrs. James Ilenzley and daughter., with the sun of Heaven, pixen hia Mir.- - Mildred, Virginia, Lucille and love for de people, turJen- mind with James, Jr., were visitors of Mrs. pentine his imagination, grease his nie Itaney in Danville Saturday. lip with possum oil, loosen his tonMrs. Kemp Walker, who has been gue with the sledge hummer of thy sxriously ill for the past week or more power, Mectricity his brain wld de put 'petual is now very much improved, which lightnin' of de word, will be glad new to her numerous motion in his ahms, rill him plum full friend everywhere. ob de dynamite ob dy glory, 'noint j him all over wid de kerosene oil ob Mr. John Carpenter and son, Jim,' dy salvation and sot him on fire. who have just returned from Florida,' Amen." are .spending a few days with his son, Mr. ami Mr. 0. It. Carpenter, before leaving for Oklahoma. 4 Earnest Effort e p tlil r . d d i 5 EVERYBODY Harding Is My Shepherd" - Your Fed Are Worth a Fortune! u .. IS n ANSWERING THE RED f 1 3 vided. Mioc Sood feet you should take care of them. You can't have comfortable feet if you continue to wear ordinary shoes with sjguins arches. Arch lrcterrr Shoe with the conivalrd arch bridge keep ) our fwt vigorous and healthy because a comfortable and normal support is pro- Rijht now while ou have f 3 always, enabling you to ha e your fect look as o j ftish. Arch Preserver arc in ood stjle, s i CROSS JAS. W. SMITH ROLL 2 2' 2 I CALL I I Aft. In. KJ-STiii:iu- W wtu. The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, Men 23, 1922. LAND VALUES Greatly Reduced, According To March Crop And Land Value Report 3 . Br AOELAIDE R. REMP 3 State. Commissioner of Agriculture Id lie tind vi I In I liidlKiuilitl) ... i mm mr uannn snows- iLt ftlaM u.raMH niiHislie i at when Mitlile, gtmititig In the I farm land in front of the storv. values of improved something that Kentucky hate fallen to about two tiroiiglit Hie plnkeM of ri- - to her 1st., pretj) cheek. t hulking A what they were .March j third longer, They'll 'll20, and thnt on March I. ll2S!. )iiiig urn ii In crlmy overall nud Itnn Triple Stitched the Kentucky farmers held about Hit per del shirt Mil wending hi wa)' III hei average tlireetliHi. lie Mopped fur II few iwi (cent of their previous Seams corn, "X per cent of their Htetit of low Intuit ttintermltloll hIhI amount of I inn etiiitliiueil luwitnl the Imnlnnre ,Vycr average amount of wheat, and depitrtliieiil. average 11 per cent of their "WIiii'h friend I" itskrd Annie of the lilnlid )mr amount of oat. The carry-ove- r girl. 'corn and oats March I, VJ'll. from "till, hi IHtliieB fit is ltlnt.iv nil ItlHsh the 11' '.'0 crop Mas large, but these aweretl M.tllle with u ttiliK-Sticrop in Kentucky in lll!l were much ' I met liliu ut one of the tuiiimimll) mM He wurks liter III the UHtt htf (smaller than the 1920 crop. The average amount of corn on Hop. He Jlll akei Me til the HKitle" loirt )i'H think lie Idre March 1. I'.'l" to t tmiUht Kentucky farm about 40,-- j 19J1 inclusive, ha been hlHmeir h If lie "He (! 17,000 bus. and of oat aboift '1,' up." loUht AiNile. asreitl 001,000 bushel. Of last year's Ken-- ! TtM strut k iih nli'werlng t liftl lit tucky corn crop 41 per cent (or 33,- -' lUUIe. Iienrt. 1'lien ste KlittH-n- l with iml tiS.'.OOO bus.) still wa held by farm- - Riliiilralliiti at the IninntririiilHt r Ititrker KrH m she crs March 1, I IK!!!, compared to 50 lliMir walker. er to her per cent of the 11H20 crop (or 50,814,- - gafeil lie tHIMiil and raitie 'cent. Tree molasses, or maple I !ants nre set In the field. GOOD OLD bus.) on farms March 1, IU!!1. iHtNter 50 cents per gallon. 000 syrup, sold at ... . .. 0 My. Jtitule, )M aHrr tin IiIihihi Hi A soon as the ground I dry ' About - per cem oi ,neniuchj Kverybody picked their own geese How Would You Like for featherbed. Squirrel were so enough, the asparagus bed should be 1I!!I wheat crop (or "t.l.OOO bu.( Hie tleer ulr," he Mild. Imltig Willi iiV rather ImiIiI adintrmloti at her plentiful that they sold for 5c a thoroughly worked and the manure was held on farm March 1. VJT', eheek anil fparklttu e)r. There I To Them? dozen when they were sold at all. that not worked into the soil rakeil compared to 15 per cent of the 11!!U a lUnd.t ieinre m.-- r at lh raratmi To bus.) on farm totilgttt If )uu aa) wi I'll niit-- t )imi crop (or 1100,000 The men wore brown jeans with off to the side of the row. ay: The Glasgow Time March I, l'.Ul. Of the 1U2I Ken- there at eliiht ' Mallle Hetepte,! the for Sunday-go-tobrass button From an old, olil almanac of 100 'meeting. Ithubarh or pie plant de.erves a tucky oat crop farmers held !!0 per tti It ut Ion at mite. Oreen walnut bark dyed' years ago, the following pricedi.t I In srllle After that gloom all the Jeans, anil eerybody wore place in every garden. The plants cent (or 1,417,000 bus.) March 1st, taken: compared to 3ti per cent of iter the haseinetit like a iltrk timid boot. When a young man n par- may be started by obtaining a few I if ruiirse lie had not arluaHjr pomii Home maile whiskey -- 0c per galticularly anxious to look sweet in hto roots and planting them about three the l'Jl'0 crop (or about !!..1(it),000 imI I Mil, hut atie knew iIi.mh Hi her lon. covering them jbu.) held on farms March 1, I'.''-'- !. girl's eye, he wore boot with red or four feet apart and lirrl she had full) llitetidnl I" ! with Apple brandy, same. girl up behind him with about three inches of oil. Kentucky farmers' holdings of barley hlMi whrli he hud kel her She hail Plank top and took hi Itoad were not marked. SincV the plant lat from live to (nearly all of which is grown in a on hi hore when they went to all uu i.infnfUUe lightening In thv re were laid down broadwise and run eight yeurs, it i well to place them 'few Illue Cm counties) was about rloll if her Uinxl At Hilt ItMHiirtit over until they ank In the mud. church. aim" i hat of high mIhh'I girt at one hle of the garden. The use the same (lt.000 bus.) March 1, - The road then taken up, thrown lit of large supplies of manure in keep- 1122 and March 1. 1921, about 10 lertng tlown the .(airway and Tips Seasonal away and a new plank laid down. at the ing the soil rich will be found help- per cent of the previou year's crop her ill rei't Ion. Itlrli fur did not go to the The farmer ful in grownig this crop, gardening being held on farm March 1, both throat shewed gefirgette nrpe. ami ,UilMel trim rremb short iklrl grocery tore everyday for provi-iospecialist at the College of Agricul- year. Hut thes heels anil allk li'klg There were no groceries to so1 Planning succession crops for the ture sa. Average land values, according to fiiumt no charm in Mulalea eie, to, and every farmer cured hi own garden will make it possible to grow ami other thru-ou- t look.ng ltiir "lnl )ti tbt About April 1st., beet, early cab- reports from fanner meats and raised hi own wheat and the greatest number of vegetable on tall Kentucky, have fallen from $ffi, walker smile at nie?" giggled space available. Karly pea can bage plant, lettuce, parsley and carthe corn. per arre average for improve! farm lUtlitel - The meat were bacon .side meats, be followed by fall beet or celery, rots can be planted in the garden. an "till, thats h.lilng. aHwi-reMarch 1. 1920. to 57 average March itrenk-'o-loa- n and1 early radishes by lettuce and this in and streak-of.fu- t, other itn tiHii a wer ut ln Law and order I commendable 1. ID22, and from 102 average for with mis. smoked hams and sausage, venison1 turn with late turnip, and early cabinut ialrutiUlHg air "H unlmproed farm lands March 1, 1920 inolhera keep a tmriftUug hiMie ou the and occasional roait of beef for Sun- bage by late potatoes, fall beet or only when enforced. 1, 1922. The to $12 at crane March He's all awfui day when the preacher came around turnips. Hrush up the front yard before average value per acre reported this tinier of our ld-- k Itirt and has a ililterettt girl mIhmiI or there was a wedding. Chickens some one brushes up your memory. i pring for poor plow land i $28 eery lilghl III tNe wvk.' Radishes should mature in from were worth fifty cents a dozen when Like the tiresome guest, winter is to U2 two year ago; good After that Matrte heMft llglitennl , they were old at all. Kggs retailed 'ITi to 40 days from the time of plant-and plow land $G7 compared to $95 two ill the fate of a great re.,le When ing the seed, lettuce in from 00 to mot popular when it conies for 2c to 4c per dozen. year ago; and the average of all the Mg gong ruug ut half past the Corn was $1 per barrel and oat 1)0 days, parsley in from 0 to 100 goe.. way iMit uf thai l he. grades fplow land $17 compared to khe stopped were li'c per bushel. da) and early potatoes in from 90 to) A dollar saved I not necessarily a lore hetlile Mr tb.rr who was ar March 1. 1920. As there have ranging hi Hrown sugar retailed at five cents 20 days. Tomatoes should mature' dollar earned. It may have been $70 tie t a greater been comparatively few rates during Mtlsfai'ltoii tw litiuM-t- t before a small per pound, and maple sugar at 4 in from to 140 da after the' s; olen. the last several month thee estimat- mirror ed value are based partly on previous "I won't ! iWr It. gu to the Paragon sale and on price at which farmers with )ou tonlglii Mr darker," site now are holding, as well as on recent Mild. "I bae utiilir eugageuielil.' being,! and hefnre the ut.iilifd ntlug man sates, thi year'. valuation was g.Kie t .mli) tepl) MjUhtherefore, largely estimates. 'that lllgllt sitliug side h) side III the Value per acre of Kentucky farm red plush rhalr lit lite cinematograph lands: I. re"M Mallle ami Han etijujvd the 1922, $57 ; program to the fullest eileiit. Kpe With improvement. 192 1. $..'; 1920, $85; and 1919,1 rlully llitelestllig ta the little ro$81. Without improvement. 1922, ( mance which sbuwrd the little aart $42; 1921. $10; 1920, $)12 and 1919, uieiil with a still prettier little wile geltlivg supper ul.d a fat hahy Ijllig III jr.o. Big, Full Cut, Roomy the C The March crop report iucd by and V. S. Hureau of Market with rop Ktlmate In . and Comfortable .,,.... Met mit .N.p.-- r iaJKtl 1U. Maine uii III a u-r- iileiit intitil.il ) .nood, .She presided titer the notion milliter In .Smith A Curlers itiirTv linseinrtit with llie ulr of a illeeli, hill llila Illuming her mistake Her Infest were minimid tnrled customer, n stout lady, after an iiiimiexfill attempt to match silk of itli Kent-roll- XPECMfeL r 1 MOTHERS5' Kssier By Using IUv 1 A, tMI far Thr L I) MscUCMld Birth OancrstUns rati BUS ISflt i it). soenit m iitntCa.,Dirtlt-- Bri . ..(., Atu.n mr wear better last strong and are GUARANTEED ,( i. wMiii-wlin- NEVER TO RIP a Comptttnt to Hatch Thm. Kmin an Cngllsh Journal' report of a'whlst-tlrl- ! "Two Imucs, each con tabling n dozen eggs, were cttren bf Mrs, lUank for the two longest lt ters. Huston Tramerlpt Csctlt Qrete. joinig Oreek. wlm home It la Allien, was a vtlnr in the eapltol, nd nfler ntaklng the rmimls of th different apartment and viewing tins beautle nf the nne he nM he had seen all the llnest hulhlltig In III A fie il country, hut mote of them could compare with Kinlm kjr's r.ipltol for beauty ami elegiiiite of rntructhn. Frankfurt Slate Jonnmt TIMES .... 1 Green Clay Walker Law And Real Estate Money lo loan on List your farm for tale farm. pr!v Return I -j ately or at auction. Office over J. W. Smith's Store. M. S. HATFIELD DENTIST Oflls . n lM-- tr ter rkotsa OCh LANCASTER. or Tka Carrsrd Baab. S. RitMnis 37. KENTUCKY n. For Gardners dr. j. j. B'RE T MIJT lT OI I'ract.ce to duagnnsing cl bHH Oflica Hours M limited and corrrcling defect of K)vsight by titling the of proper glaie DANVILLE. KENTUCKY. to 12 Opposite Gilcher Hotel. and I to 8 b.sb. com-parw- J. R. Beazlev hUNCRAL Offlr RsHiiaVnre I DIRECTOR 27 1 splt-tnl- Otr Nationat Hank, l'han 3. Office I'hore KY. I.ANCASTKK. - Dr. Printus Cask Walker O Jiow Firestone Has Reduced the Cost of Tire Service 30 x 3 VETERINARIAN. AsMwrd Nlgkt. LANCASTER. Promptly Phono 317 KFTtCk MT. HEBRON Mi4 (.aura Duncan i on the sick list. Mr. II. It. Montgomery is quite ill at this writing. I'rof. llarrod spent the week-enwith hi parents, at Frankfort. Mr. It. - Tracy, wife anil little son, have been lck the past week. d I- Fabric " 30x3H 30 x 3lA Cord " 32 x 4 " 33 x 4lA " 33 x 5 $18.75 22.50 35.75 56.55 67.00 $ 9.85 81.50 1 11.65 17.50 32.40 42.85 52.15 47 48 51 43 36 36 The little son of Mr. ami Mr. Or- bin Thompson was ill the past week. Mr. (J. W. Thompon, who has been very ill for some weeks U improving slowly. Mr. II. A. Duncan, of IlryanUville, pent last week with his daughter, Mr. Harrison Dean. ' I . I the cost of building quality tires has been brought down to the lowest in history was explained by H. S. Firestone, President of the Company, to the stockholders at the annual meeting on December IS, 1921. J. All inventories and commitments at or below the market. 2. Increased manufacturing efficiency and volume production reduced factory ' overhead 3. Sellint costs reduced Mr. Firestone stated, "This reduction in pricet is made possible by our unusually advantageous buying facilities, and the enthusiasm, loyalty and determination of our 100 stockholding organization. r "Due credit must be given to Firestone dealers who are selling Firestone tires on mailer margin or profit. This brings every Firestone saving direct to the HOW oer ami took a erlli. Inii tint mi the street MaUle'a hand In hi the lingered In limit of a hrllllantl) lighted furniture a.ore. Tell dollar dowu and live a month furnished Jul sue h all apartment u the) had aeell ill Diiii the warm thtf imiileik little hand Hut he had tlivkeil under tils artu. Isn't It peach) I" .Mallle began, then she clm'ked herself and hluslie.1 with a good grate. "Wf toiilil hale uiie Jilst like Hint if Uau. you would, ihillle." wlitpi-re1'ho tUlrk. happy glume III In--r e)e told Dau that Mallle would. "And,' he fiiutluuitl. Jnjfull). afler a mo liietifa slleiite '"we won't haie to get It like that, either. Von ee. Hud owns the hlggest patt of the ahnp. only he wanted iiu tu know the business thoroughly, ao I begun ut the font of the Loa L.oans, on Loans iree FARM LANDS Liberal Appraisements VORIS & MOULDER HURGIN, KY. Office. Citizens Bank & Company. (tf.) Trust Trees For Spring Planting 58. 38. car-owne- r." . The saving through, first cost plus the saving through high mileage doublet Firestone economy and is daily adding new fame to the Firestone principle of service Most Miles per Dollar . Mt I'annie Kdingtou spent a part of last week with her iter, Mr. grull-tudArbor I.ee at Markfbury. and Mis Kev. and Mr. Mauley Mxzie Perry were guest Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Ollle Uiw. and Montgomery Mr. Klgan daughter, Klla Mae, attended the sliitdnw over Amerlcu, Iiu of burial ef her grandfather. Mr. Curt heeli su)lnc h few wnrtU utxiut Alice illustrated catalog and guide I'leree at Huckeye last Wednesday. of "Alliv lit Wonilerfiuiir faints. Alice. .sent on request. us, she H. F. HILLENMEYER & SONS Mr. I.uraney Montgomery, who It aeeiiiN, hj griw.l) In Kentucky. is. ns her rtmlor was, it duiigertms A Nursery Word ha been (pending the winter with Lexington, Kentucky. puriimii.ii', mid should not he allowed her daughter. Mrs. Tho. McMillian to pl'iy with nlrt little ihlldren Tri (2.9.8t.-id.- ) at Locust Grove ba returned to her ilnn glitM urgtlluents In oruu-incllte FRUIT AND SHADE TREES BLOOMING SHRUBS ladder.FRUITS SMALL They wulktnl mi happily. Ahead of STRAWBERRIES timid see the "awell" Mr them Mulle GRAPEVINES Hirker, a shapely and l)llli PERENNIALS D.MI She nyl) pieti tinier to EVERGREENS Willi a happy Insirl and a tleep HEDGING Hint she hud readied liefnre It ROSES was too lute that ull Hint glittered was not gold. ETC. SEED POTATOES. Psychinalyting Allct. Kvcrythinir for the Orchard, Andre Trldaii, who Is the mten.'n Lawn and Garden. A larjje - home. KINNAIRD BROS., Lancaster, Ky. Bel here Sunday and were guest ptt Mr. and Mr. F. W, lilt' of her parent, Montgomery. Mr, and Mrs. Hamlet Jennings en All tertained the II. V, P. U. at a social hoi U at their home Friday evening. About cut present and the eve- lit 00 guest were ning was pleasantly spent by all. II Mr. and Mr. Kugene Clark and daughter Olady Stone attended service- prtMif of then- - tisMtrtinn. ttt.tr mlj hi4ng that they apply with weabtieH tUal i lunul)l force ! them e. und he Ion hi ii with the Iiu Ion lliat Lew; t'arrnll should b ell phueil In un .ii)lum and i d if pi n and ink. The creutor of UN Msed on, hut the oulju d i Titry imuli with us; It would f' 'lit ful lo have Lois CurroU's .iplulnu of the Wonderland ire I'icuiI and Tridou. HclentlOc de-pr- Hunters Beware We positively will not permit fox 'U. hunting or hunting of any character or trespassing otj our fann. Any violators will bo persecuted J. S. Schooler, Kdgar Trice, W. A. Price, Joe CrUcllll, T. J. Price. It. L. Klkin, II. M. Lear, It. L. Darker. (Other name will be .ndded upon the payment of 25 cent) (tf.) The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Men 23. 922 I Raswrt of lha 'condition of WELL-MAD- E KITCHEN SINK ADDS THE GARRARD BANK AND TRUST CO. Bank, Joint business at Ik town of Lancaster, County of Garrard, Stat of Kentucky at tko lo of business on the 15th. Jay of March, 1922. KKS0UKCF.8 MUCH TO COMFORT AND HEALTH 3 and OlncounU Overdrafts, wcurrd and unsecured . . Stock, Homl and othrr Securities ... . Due from Hank, Cash on hand Checks and othrr cah Item Banking Houe, Furniture and Hxtnr Loan H2K.00 35,050.00 34,447. H 8.94B.92 800.R5 Public Sale ON AT on the premises, 11 I 8,000.00 $4iaJUS.K7 Total uabimtiks Capital Stock raid in, Surnlui Fund In cash Undivided Profit, IrM expenses and tnxc Deposits subject to check lime Deposit Certified Check Mil paid....... $50,000 00 30,000.00 I.MH 04 $l8.4t5.04 74,780.20 4.00 MM 10 Payable Total 75,000,00 (410,008 87 Saturday, April 1st, :00A.M. will offer at public sale a six room house and lot located in Hill Court This house is at present occupied by C. B. Bastin, who will be glad to show the property to any prospective purchaser. cash; balance one Terms: One-thir- d and two years. ... STATK OF KENTUCKY, COUNT V OF OA Hit A HI), SS. We, II. K. .McIlOIIKKTS and J. V. KI.MOHB, lroldent nnd Cahier of the above named Hank, do solemnly swear that the above statement U true to the bct of our knowledge and belief. It. K. McitOHKUT.S. l'reident J. W. KLMOKK, Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me thl l!0th. day of March, 102'.!. My Commiition Kxplrc July 'J, VJ'Mi. K. U Cadberry, Notary Public. ery for n two month vtit. The Pie Supper at the school build log lat Thursday, netted the boy Mr. Jim Cuynn continue very' Mr. F. II. Henley it In Harlan thU nbout $30. The proceed will go to buy upplle for the ball tram. week. Ml Jcle Mae llammack hnil the sick are all reported to be The misfortune to prain her ankle, which ketter. the Dr. ay will nrcettititte her Several from here were In Ijsnens-te-r from .chol fur nhuiit two "The Sheik." to week. Mr. (5. .M. Treadway wa a guct Mr. and Mr. II. J. C'hrwtnul and la Paint l.ick part of lat week. children were guest Saturday night The Udlet' Aid Society met with and Sunday of her brother, Mr I.uth-e- r Peyton and Mr. Peyton in Mr. O. I llammack Thursday PAINT LICK ab-en- M-- eve-nln- p. Mr. Joe llowman, of Itlrhmund. Mr. J. N. Denny wa the dinner guest Thursday of Mr. and Mr. J. wai a visitor In Paint Uck Monday 11. Ital.ton. Mr. C. A. Van Winkle, while out on the farm one day lat week, flip a the guct All Klizabeth Conn ed and fell breaking her right arm Saturday night and Sunday of Mb clone to the wrist. lleulah Kdward. A splendid dinner wa crved to Millinery Mr. W. It. Patrick good have arrived and she I now!"' following Thursday by Mr. K. 1 V(d: Mrolame It. II. .Montgom ready for business. ery. K. W. Kstridge, I). A. Ilervcy. Hon. Dewlght Kelley, of Harlan, II. J. Patrick. It. J. Walker, II. I. wa here thU week to visit hit daughFrancis and It. (!. Wood. W. We.t. ter. Mr. W. Mary Mae, the little two year old Mr. and Mr. W. 0. Andenton were to atteml baby of Mr. and Mr. H. II. l.edford. in Richmond Wedneixlay came very near getting seriously In the burial of Mr. Johnson. when Jured Friday afternoon iht ,ii r. i. v. wiHHiniiin hiiu riiutiii'ii i . rteil to cro tne .tree., Pepping ........ r -. .1 1...., Mr- ' 'lout from behind one car in front of I Haider, in Ilrrru Sunday. , J another one, which knockeil her down . Creech Mr. nnd Mr. J. ndlml forU,natriy f, between the children, of Richmond, were vis.tors hr(u ,n,.ai f un,(,, hfm Wh l.ick Sunday evening. n Paint ) ,h,. ,.xr,ll(on f (,elng brmed nnd The Manie Christian hndenvor will, her fare skinned, where he fell on meet with the Paint l.ick Christian the pike, ie i not dangerously hurt, ! Kndeavor next Sunday evening. and i doing nicely nt thl writing. " Mil Hrulah Kdward( of Crab. Orchard, wa the attractive guet last Daily Thought. week of Mi 'Ity th work ne know trm work- Kliabeth Conn. "i".'-witentertained! m"" Mi m Cynthia Prultt a ix o'clock dinner Friday in p)el honor of M.m lleulah Kdward. ,, , Vvf .Mr. and Mr. II. O. Hendrrn, of country nnd I ttnablo to get fly pater Lexington, were mingling with old when her supply run out. tbl hint wtn. Mix lialf tea"iiful friend and relative here Monday. Mr, rannlc Hryant. of Hryunt-- 1 of Mack HpH'r. one traMMinful Imiwn ncfl ,nf, )lf u(.nr ville, i the pleaanl guett t.f her rt,., wm MMH, ,tl,r Ifll! grandaughter, Mr. II, II, Montgom-. " h ,. ,,. 1 SEASON OF 1922 "ROBERT GATEWOOD" 2.05i Champion 3 yr. old '.02. cer on the (irand Circuit in 1018. Paced the tlfth heat of n .even lieat rare in 2.044, nnd a trial mile pubMe in The fatet utrllion outh of the Kentucky Hiver in Seven point concerning "Itobert (iatewood;" A iucceful race Hore. 2nd, A modrl imliviilual, tine, with lot of llniih. 3rd. An elegantly bred Horse ,and brel in the fervice. lt. Nne. 4th. A A A int xiirie peed Double Sink Make Dlah Waahlng an Talk. IPr.r.r.4 l th In .IP iIh fi.f.nni.nt nb'alneil, but It f Aiflrvltvr. I iuiit ! inrefmly fit Tun iii on h tnlilf, tlllfl with wa tml and mi 1l In plme. ter rarrlrd fnmi llio lo le It I liniruiit tbnt the .ink Mmi'l wIk-i- i were true ami eel. out u c ti the If It iloe not there ! lll'll, WH till' ll'lllll mny be a (inllit dm or llinii the ilmln eal tiro. A gallon of water welch nhere wnler euii ettle. Many gixnl atMiHt Hchl miiiI. nnd the womnn In .Ink nre hull! with n .light loe to n Iiml' bnxliig no water )Mfin tarIn rn.e wnter I mini Ibe ilmln. ton of It In the ried tire mne nml It I illlllitilt to fluli the drnlnplpe tirorly after the .Ink bn of a )nr. Tinlay evry home ha n ater ytem. If It di been li.ed, It mny be better to Wll'll a lnL m It It a dmln illlii on the inble nnd carry awny riot. It lin h nt wlilili ate cnrrjllig out of dimr Ibe the ate wnler. Dpelilng to all ple w title water. III tub ami lnk .limild tie .eD'einil In timing a new lnk inny fnetnr to (iretent eloi;L'ltig of Hie drnln. re to If tnk en Into nlilnil'n. Btwirt of tht Muity Ctottt. Some of them, ghen In a Fanner' of acTtie tiliiinblng mutt be ItHlletln. riie Kami Klttlien A a re., ami therefore. It better ttiut Workllep." follow there hoiild be n eloet under the 'Pie lie of the family, alxl of the .Ink Hook or hele uiiitrr the .Ink tre of or near II will arioniinodato ewry Wltrlieti. ll)Ht ietertuitie Ih the Ink lnlnllel. )ut n .hort lnk tiling ii'iially kept In the dark, often with ample table am) tlielf room near miity. ".Ink eoet" of older kitchen. It may be more eoiienliiit ttmn a big A kept tweet nnd "llik eloet" rnn Ink. Tmo innllrr lnk. Hie fur the clean, but It Itieiin extra work to tin r Ibe dining room and it. It I fur wier to lime the extra table illlie the nt Iter for ijenernl ue In the kitch- thing In tight nnd In order than to en, are tery imnenletil. bate Hie extra work of keeping the With No Squar Corntr. ".Ink eloet ilenn or run the rlk of 'Hie mnterlal of the .Ink aliould be haling It an untidy plnre, whlib la no the be.t aultnble. iMMialxortM'iit nf better Jiit lemue It I out of lgbt. grea.e a well tmtlttun, ami there If there I n hetf uiiilrr the alnk It abnuld be mi erark or Mjuare inrner .hoiibl be from 4 to rt Inrbe narrow to IlKTeaw the work nf keeping It er than the lnk. nnd nt ilrh n height Wean. A wiMlei .nk and .Ink Mut. Hint ibe floor under It enu bo eailly even wbeu tbry re. The all annual roat cleaned. nf I'Hlnt, will abuirti inol.ture nnd If N..lbte there .lioiilil he n wide rrene, whli-t- nttmrt Innt-ta- . are like lielf or ilmln lanl on enib ble of ly In be wnrii1ng wild Imrterta, and the ltik on the letet with Ibe rim of to ".otir and hate an miili-nHii-t unlled dl.be the latter, one to ! Kteti ilmin iMmriN nf win are and the olber clean mie. Some botie. I ley not reioll!liotidei unle bote u kwper lliee roerril with lne, waterproof flnl'lt of rnlli. ell, or but. h In all other plnee where It I paint. If a wiHen lnk l neiv:iry, ti.eil, the metal imiM I"' neatly fitted it I better to time It metal limit, l and ilo.ely fastened down o a not Ibe .lieelo of inrtnl, lib ll to leaie any eluuiee for looe. rough l edge, or lo prohle tireeillng place tin. zine, pilvnnlted Iron, or lend, are oblerii here they for In.evt or a lodging place for are Joined, nnd all purl of the .Ink. gren.e and dirt. If there I no place iiiWudlng )lu top uf Hie .hie. for permanent behe, albllng or Mlth the ini'tal, o Hint there I hinged .lirhe may be uted. A no limine for the winI lo ahorh erviu ii'tially bold the ill wit nioNture. AiihIiit plan I to lmf In the left hand while wa.hlng or a wiping It, and the dMicloth. dl.li mop, lnk built Into a wimhIi-i- i frame nnd Html with .lieet copper or H towel In the right band. It la therefore, to haw the dlhe tin. f U"l ijnallty nre u Iron .Ink UKire from right to left na they n er)nr to woixlen i)ief lnie I bey iln from tilth pan to rlnlng pan, and lint nlioih criM.e or inul.liire, nnd from rlntlng pan to drainer and tray. They are kept clean Tbl tnoiild be kept In mind and pro-.lare durnble. tnnde for tolled dlthe nt Ibe eaily, If .moolli. nnd tbev will oon r a t nnd for a drnln board nt the left near .miMitti, bill I hey time the of neither .boning illrt nor of the .Ink. their rleatillite., I'nle the front l prnteeteil by a trii of INEXPENSIVE DISH DRAINER wimmI the ilree and aprim of the worker nre likely to Uroine tnlned Quits Eaay Matttr to Arrang with Iron ru.t Kitchen Utensil by Utlng A .oaii.tcne nr a .late alnk I durOld Milk Pan. I iTOine nble. bill .omelline lineten with wear, and If tbl happen, much It Isn't pot.lhte for all of u to buy bni.hlng and .rmbblng are to remote the .nnd nnd gre.e Hint a tilth drainer, fin matter bow mmli a gather In the ifprr!on when egi'. we would like to hae one, n Inble are eleaneil er dl.he vnliel. writer In nn exchange. Ilnweer. Ibe dlb drainer described I.Ike Iron. th'y do not bow whether here I within the reiirh of everyone. they are elrnn. -- titr fr le. -- H. V. BASTIN lodlna Stains. Ak Daughter. To reinoe lixllno Main, put soma What ha become of the woman who waa afraid for her ld cloth In it pan and light IL letting Hold the ataln In lb daughter to t excited to the night It smolder. imudge. The Main will gradually disalrl Dalla New, appear. Vah the mnterlal In coH water. Th Sundial. The nindla! wa known from the j I Own Wlraltaa. erllet time to tlm Kgyptlnn. the A nut! Our thought takes a mlnut nf Tlie Cbnldeann and the Hebrew. Creeks derlvd It from their eastern to traTcl a mile of nerve. A touch on the face I reglitcrcd oa neighbor and It wa Introduced In to In th the brain nnd to Home during the flrat I'uiilc war. seventh of a aecmid. It takes a tilth nf a tccond for the brnln to resposel Aa Bad a tht Showtr. While llting a friend who IWed to Ibe tene of tight. nolle a dltlnnre from inv home, a Lauohing Caa an Old Olacovsry. ithnwer threnteneil, anil I remarked: wa dlicovcred ! Laughing gn ."I giiet I'll go before I get wet." While putting a few more remarks I lTTd. but It wii not until S3 jenrs lawalked backward toward the door, but ter Hint Sir Humphry Invy made th not noticing where I was going. 1 suggettlon that It might be used for limited In n tub of water on the floor. surgical operation. It was not really 'he tbower couldn't hne gotten ma employed til an anesthetic until nearly I half a century Inter. any wetter! Chlcngo Journal. ey ' 1 ni-n- roplcd i re,-el- ho pro-ldei- UU-fitl- y WHICH DAILY PAPER? A Question That Is Quickly and Readily Answered. i l eo-in- rlcbt-bande- il The Courier Journal Largest Morninir Circulation of Any Kentucky Newspaper prestige and reputation. It is essentially a newspaper, intent upon giving news matter first consideration. Maintains its own news bureaus at Washington nml Frankfort. Member of the Associated Press. With important legislation coining before Congress and Kentucky General Assembly in 1922, The Courier-Journis the daily newspaper you will need. Knjoys a nation-wid- t, on e I Con-vsnlt- nt ' al Ily special arrangement we are now able to offer 5th. (Hh. Hone of good tlxe, and beuutlful eolor. "gooil galted, level bended iiml gool marweruil Htriv 7th. A iure foal getter. "Itobert Catewood wn ired by "J. Mnlcombe Forbe" 2.08 (iire of 19 in the 2.10 lit) a half brother to "Peter the (Ireat" 2.07 i (ire of 110 In the 2.10 litt) and grand ire of "Peter Manning" I.ft7 3.4, the World's Champion trotter. (ire of 27 in the J. Malcombe Forbe" wa aired by "lllngen" 2.0)1 2. 10 lilt) nnd aire of "Uhlan" 1.58, the world' champion trotter for eight -4 llrt clan wnlking Ilore. (dam of 0) by "Nut-hunt- " Itobert Untewood'a Dam i "Annie Fox 2.011 50) 2nd. Dam "Annie II." (Dam of 7) by "Faulconen 2.12 (ire of typo and two in one ttnllioii, being a high cla linrne Almont." He i 1 walking type. a No. He i 15 4 hand high, even year old, u dark bay with two white hind feet and a tar In forehead. He will make the eaon of 1022 at my Mable at $20 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT, with lein retained on colt until eaon money I paid. Hreed your good mare to thii fait young tallIon and when the Hell tap'the (Jatewood'a will be there scoring for the word. For Information apply to -4 3-- ear. Sinka. Hlinineleiblioii .Inky lire amiMith, la.t well with careful uc, and may he kept eleall eu.lly. but they are mere epeli.le than Iron. I'oreelalu .Ink. me mltar to tie enaiiieleil ene. teMt ibelr price I almot prohltiltUi-I'erhnp the Ideal plnn would be to lime mi enntHelrd or Mtreelaln .Ink for Ibe tnlilewnre In ibe kltrlnn or the pantry iienr the dining room, and uu Iron or .op.tune lnk for the bealer kitchen ware. with one ha. In The iloiihle for wn.blng and another for draining dl.liea. are tery oniiiliiit. but uu fortminlely they are lelulhely eixn-alve- . A .mall olnk wlh a rubber inuy be neij for It, ewn.e hn u dt.bpuii ubeti two Kinks are Som . Eiptnilvt THE DAILY COURIER.JOURNAL AND THE We CENTRAL RECORD Handy Dlth Drainer. ' .nk. of all rid milk pan, and nail four spnoU on It In the reniir, nail an old for coffee can or bnklflg powder can for Punch bnlea In Hie buttotn rr. Both One Year by Mail, For Only $6.00 Thi offer applies to renewal as well as new subscriptions, but only to people living in Kentucky, Tennessee or Indiana. New subscriptions may, if desired, toj-p- er the sib erw are. ued. Ibe Robt. Fox, Lancaster, Ky. B.jr.nli.lll. Ph.. 47.U. GARRARD COUNTY. wall behind he lnk abnuld be rown-with amne itniterlal that wlt not nb.otli wnti r or ; !. and tbai I blgll HOHlfh to bold the fuurel If there nre mi). A n'ld bnek of (lie with cold water. Always start rnuie material na the .Ink redilien ibe whirl I enllert illrt lllllnber of plax whlteflah Union Juice Improve i.imI Hltraet in.oei. Potter tbnn either talad. a olnk Mini bark nf tbe.e. iiweer, ,e i!iie. Shul rlne li.i.y inl.ile In Slti pastry with' knife and baadls t ued when a 4ld bMvk mi. nut ! It ua Unit as possible. life House start at a later date, and renewals will date from expiration of present one. If you prefer an evening newspaper, you may substitute Times The Louisville for The Courlcr-Journa- i. Send or bring your orders to the office of CENTRAL RECORD The Central Record. Lancaster Ky. Thursday, Men 23, 1922. BUCKEYE 1 Its Here! THE - 1 Mrs. Kemp Walker I Improving. Dr. Hendren, who has been lck it LIVESTOCK: FACTS SANITARY KELLEY'S TOBACCO SEED The Improved Standing Up Burley Don't be deceived Into buylnjr Inferior seed. Huy the Genuine Kelley Seed. THE IMPROVED STANDING UP nURLEY, with the LONG POINTED LEAVES, which Klves it from three to four Inches more length. The old StnmllnK Hurley had round pointed leaf, hut II. L. Kelley and Sons, by careful breeduiK' and crossliiK have their present STANDING UP BURLEY with the lonjr pointed leaf, which jrives it more length antl more welKht, still retalnitiK Its bright color, which has made this seetl famous throughout the United States. Price $2.00 an ounce. $24.00 a pound. All in one ounce packages. None Renulne without this slRnnture, which appears on every package. - improving. Mr. I.ctuy the same. Mr. Thomps Hay continue Davl about SWINE PRODUCTION was In Cincin- nati first of the week. Wall Paper Season jwMHiiiMHMMWMi vummmmmmmmmmmmmB Mist Snllie Noel was in Richmond Common Intestinal Round Worms Largely Responsible for the High Otath Ratt Among Pigs. We fare supplied with a NICE NEW STOCK and we can also show sample books from THREE DIFFERENT MANUFACTURERS. LOWER. Let us show you. PRICES ARE MUCH MoRnberts Drug Store GUNNS CHAPEL Mr. Green Harrison' child I 111. A litle ton of Mr. nnd Mr. Joe Durton I ill. Mr. and Mr. J. It. Spark were in Lancaster Monday. Mr. Matt Gill sold a cow to Mr. Harvey Teater for $C5. Mr. nnd Mr. McCulley pcnt Sunday with Mr. Edward Teater. Master Clyde Hurt spent one night last week with Master Cecil Hurt. Mr. W. H. Stott purchased a cow from Mr. Miley B. Durton, price $50. Mr. Harvey Teater purchased a hoc from Mr. Hobart Teater for J 1 7.25. Mitts Mary Kurtr was not nble to return to school last week on account of illness. Mrs. John Land and mins, spent Thursday with Mrs. Thompson Davis -- at Uuckcye. Little Mis Ola Lee i'arson spent the pant week with relatives near Cartersville. Mr. and Mr. V. I. Lone were guest of Mr. and Mr. W. B. Hay Sunday nnd Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs. V. I'. Long. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Amon and Mrs. V. B. Hay were In Nlcholasville Monday Mr. and Mrs. Ott Sebastian, of Jessamine, spent Sunday with Mr. nnd Mrs. V. II. Stott and Mr. and Mr. Walker Locker, Kev. Lltetrell will conduct a Quir-terl- y Conference a tthe Methodist church here Saturday evening before the first Sunday in April at the usual hour for services. Kevery member is asked to be present if possible. Mis Kdna Hall nnd Mr. Harlan Davi were united in marriage in Lancaster Thursday, March Ulth. The bride is the youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Hall and is well (jualifled to become a true home maker. Mr. Davis is a son of Mr. Freemon Davis nnd is a fanr.fr. They will occupy a house on Mr. H. M. Kurtz' form. May their Journey thru life be one of happiness. ' Tuesday to consult Dr. Gibson. P.pli4 ki litf full-- I KIiIh li.p.rlm.at Hichard l.md, of Indiana, Is Mr Atflmilur I What make Hie difference between visiting his siter, Mr. James Hasty. unthrifty one I Nut Mrs. Alice Johnson, of Louisville, thrifty piss and Inrliid-IurnUy, there are many it here with her sister, Mr. Kemp hrredliiit. feedlliit mid shelter, I'tU who ha been ill. Walker a main one and one Hint may easily be Itev. Price anil Mr. John Sanders overcome l worms- - (lie common Inwere guest of Mr. nnd Mrs. Dewey testinal round worms. These parasites are often lamely reioiiltle for the Price from Saturday until Monday. high dealli rale among young pigs, and I led thumps are Mr. and Mr. Forest Curtis and many rases nf family, of llryantsville, spent Sun- the result of wunu Infeetlitii. The day with Mr. nnd Mrs. Hiram Hay. average farmer. pthly, wimiIiI ;le a great deal lit tie nlite o tp this Mr. H. W. Sander has returned from Louisville, where he purchas Hut a new ami efTmtlie method uf ed a nice line of spring and summer wunu eradlralloii, devled by the goods. lulled Slates Itepartment of Agrlrul-lurand used with iirce by mem. F. Brown and Mr. Ilascom Iers of tlie Mrl.eaii iiiiinty (III.) farm Mrs. Brown were in Hichmond last week bureau, l atallahle to imy fanner to see Mr. Buford West' family, who who Is willing to go to a llltle Initihlf. or who tlslled Ho. government eihlldt have been sick with flu. at the llitertiallonal lle utoek etpol-lioMr. nnd Mrs. H. W. Sanders, Mr. held at Chicago, 'ovemlier 'Jit In Nora Teater, Misses Sallle Lou Teat- lleceinher X There were shhwii for er nnd Kthel Ray were In Louisville comparison a jfeii of wnriny pigs unl j Wednesday and Thursday. nf plt;s rnNed free from worms; Mr. Jim Pierce, of Danville, Mr. the worms themelve. utive ami wrlg cling were nl ill rih hill m In m Frank Pierce, of Louisville, and Mr Hryant-illJoe Pierce and family, of Kev. and Mr. D. F. Sebastian, of Burgin, were here for the burial of Mr. Curti Pierce Thursday. rile. li. e B. L. KELLEY & SONS II. V I). No. 1. ii LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. e, Resolutions Whereas, God, Our Heavenly Kath. er, in III infinite wisdom has been pleased to call Home, Mr. Alex H. Denny, our beloved and venerable ro worker, senior Kldrr of our church. ' Therefore, be it Itesolved: First, that we thank (!od for the Uisdom and faithfulness with which he served in the office of Khler for so many year. .Second. That the Session ha lost a wie rounelor and true teacher of I'rrsbyterianlsm. the doctrines of The church a sincere and devoted member. The community an exemplary citiien. Hi family a lovinit. princely Father and Hrother. Third, That we extend our deep-c- t s)mpathy to his loved one In their and assure them of our firm 'belief that he is wh (Sod whom he wrved m long, where he rests from hi labor and his work's do A Litter Pig LOUISVILLE'S BIG FASHION SHOW AND EXPOSITION, MAR. 31 TO APR. 8! I The Most Gorgeous Fashion Pageant Ever Staged In the South Stunning Models, Professional Theatrical Attractions, And Fashion Shops of Rare Beauty ft MEN! of McLean County (Illinois) Raised Under the Worm-Fre- e Plan. 'M was a ilurlnc a certain Idler f lx p4rales. only 171 MtnN; In a nflch iMirlng (x!! wa another li pie lltler kept on the mine fm a (he wormy (liter, but rnlei wltliMit wixin that Cllnetl Xti Hiiiin III lite Mine lenglh of time. ThU system of awlne lunltatlou t luipllHty "If. eradicate worm I 11 prl'"'. Ieeaiie 4t that rlnr. f the !, ftdlow him. HERE'S A BARGAIN Clothcs tailored by Ust Scotch Woolen Millsv In Fine Made-to-Orxler rowing ven with hot water and Ije. Then wash the illrt from the akin of Ihe Howe hefi.re farrow Inr and (Hit them In the clean n. Wllhln two weeks after farrowliif; remove the vivr and pls to h clean pa tare, ami keep Ihe younc ple "U elean patnre fur at least four inoiiihs. In order to healthy, profitable priMlure strouc. pip It U, f iMire, nereary that Mr. Arbre l.ee and family have Ihey have r;iod feed, water and ahet-te- r been tuite sick. In aildltlon wornvfre Klrt It U neeMrr tn rienn the far Fourth, That a copy of these resolutions be sent to the family, a copy The Central Itecord for iciven publication. Signed John M. Duncan, Solon It. Henry, J. It. Kinnaird, A. K. Walker, Committee. BOURNE Mr. Sid Doolln and aon, Herbert, attended court day in Stanford. Mr. Caleb lluchr and family are recovering from an attack of flu. Mr. Margaret Speake, of the Danville pike, is visiting her son. S. II. Spcake. Mesrs. Milard llamm and Tom Hicks made a huinrt trip to rrcently. Dr. Will Spcake, of Lexington, Is spending a few Meek with hi nephew, S. II. Speake. Mr. Annie Steams and children, were week-enguets of her parrnts, Mr and Mrs. Jr Osborne. Mr and Mr. Curtis Saddler are rejoicing over the arrival of a fine baby boy, christened Paul Kugene. Ml Ida Speake, who i teaching a three month, school at llethrl, was the the week-enguest of her parents. In rolling a load of tobacco out of hi shed, Mr. Newt Kite caught hi hand between the tire and frame and severely injured it. Thirty-tw- o stitches were taken. The farmer of this vicinity are very glad that this i the last week of "Ground Hog" weather. If there I any truth in this old adage, he w hi shadow the second day sure In February of February. there were eighteen cloudy day, (even partly cloudy and only three clear days. Who counted thrra In March? t.an-castd d er THEY'RE AIL ONE PRICE Made To FEED GARBAGE ON PLATFORM Concrete Floors Are Very Satisfjciery 41 d Permit of Convenient Cleaning. Where the inrfi.tce l iMItered imi Ihe farm by wasou or motor truck the IteM plan U to fee. It to Ii.mjh III o( of uIhuiI an acre In vise which contain l one or nmre feeding platform the lde to with a - hy I le.U-e.prevent tlie carnage from being nhoied off the platform. T1iee platform slimilil be mounted on kld and fre to plaiv In quently hlflel fri'H the feel lot. After the iuiilerl.il InM been unlo.ideil on the platfonn th lioj are turiiett Into Ihe lot Where the carbnge I delivered lu railroad mn It I ndvUnhle to have Ihe feeding platform adj.irent to the railroad track. Platform of concrete are tery allfurtory and iermlt of convenient and thorough cleaning. pto-1dii- Order e Suit $25 Any Any Full Suit $29.50. Two-Piec- $25 $6.00 Pays for Both SUBSCRIBE FOR YOUR HOME PAPER HHv eaijB'eaBaBaBaBaBaBaBaKJBaBaBaBaHB These are the swellest Roods e have seen In o lonir time r ch exclusive desntnt In the mutt beaut. ful colors 'THE CENTRAL RECORD ; AND tlre Exclusive Dealer for THE 22 LOUISVILLE HERALD Kentucky's Greatest Newspaper Reading left to right Edna De Worth, Harriett McGrath. Luclle White and Mario Lane, four of the most charming of the professional models. ,m ...1...IM um liouiaviiie t.i.. tiriuur ...in i... ,,...-- planted Into a writuble city of fashion when "Purl on Purutle", style show and etjM. tlon, take plaits the week of i.f March 3t to April 8. nshly-foii- r the city' iilgzest ami llvest merchant wUt exhibit and Ihey will not only have smart shop representing the shops of Paris In which to display the newMt of spring fashions, but half of that number will be represented by special models who will promenade e the bolucvarda of thU city la tho smartest of spring attire, ten as well a women will be represented In U.U distinguished sroup who wilt be brought front ,,'w 'ort' un'' Ublcago, Orer llfty professional tinnt-tl- s will take part In thece dally padlre-Urade. They will be under thewho Is of MUs Josephine fash. rrcefBlud a one of the leadingllawtw, n Models hi America, arho-wo- a fame last jear lu hU draping irts, will be oa the programs Ibis aB4 hejirUl lve seieral acts lu he will draH on the figures the beautiful guwas fntni a few Itrls ot water Jl. MU Flo Dllllon. f New York. ld to jkiw Uiirty ix. will be o of hi uwxleU. X Um Wf imfeswlinal at I Uiul.-vHIb'h make-believoa , if HOGS REQUIRE LITTLE SALT Er P?t Ot which wilt be brouztit to loiiisville en es'lally for the tt)le sliutv Is l'.rnle Yoimic's Krulli of llr" which will tvme directly from Marisold Oardens in CliUiu--o where lhee fjmoiLs pJay-- 1 ers htie f.tr several uumlhs, I j is said lo be one of Ihe uimt elulMirate I musleul reMies on the roul and severjl stars un Iticluded In Hie cast will Another f the his uttrai-tloabo the ImIIhiix he.iuili- - p.innle will he uihibiitHl. The childri-n'scitlun will jN be of purtlruUr Interest for e.ith day the hi It show will be oxHet with tht pnwi. enade f ihlbl uuhlel raiuln in aes from two to sixteen year. 'Hie ilei'or.itlon if tin- - hi 2 armory will he tliH iust cljlMr.ll- - ever produced in UiuUvilto. The h drill ball will be Into a 1'rem'li 'lv with it heuiittful moon, rwiiikllns: stars, .1 ttouletards Its Kifla lower, lu unh de triumph, Its frjih flower slris and its itentljruie, exait rir- duiHoiu of the original city of f.iih-Ion- . I'rvpirallons uro beiUK made to people durins; entertain over lu),u the course of tlie eight das of the show and every lu'UVutlori' Is that the mammoiitti show will urju last year's pajeuat In every way. Im-s I COYS. SANDERS IHINNNMtNttNMatM Carpet Cleaning. ir tn carpet aiust do cieaneti ai home, lint bout It thoroughly, ana II you have a vacuum cleaner go orer It wltli that. Then mako a wad of cotton about tho lz of an apple. Cover It with linen and go oter the carpet with this dlpitfd in a S per cent If the colors benxlne soap solution. are dulled, spotuu It tn a weak ucetlc acid solution. Superstition Concerning Caul. The caul Is a thin tuvmhraiie found eocooipasslng the bead of some children when boru. aud It l coiildervd Too Large Quantities Derange Stomach and Bowels and Cause Differ, ent Ailments. tin romtntka eliie of farm nl. mal, namely hore. mule. heep anil wine, the Utter hive the leant tiei- -l nf salt. ThU Is In all pmhabtllty din to the difference In diet, that of Um Milne tuunlly coiisUtlug largely of grain, wnerca inner tue ronsume Ure iuanlltloi or nitighagx nlt U found. Too I an: lu which lei iliantltle of Mall derange the tiHiiuch ii till tuitreU of swine. ruulnz caA. and paralysis. diarrhea, ronvuUbMi often reiuning pi ueain. You Should Read The Louisville Herald metropolitan daily paper that contains a complete tek'Kram and cable service coveriiiK the world. 6tate news from correspondents In all parts of Kentucky. The Herald's local service Ktves all the news of Louisville and suburbs. Society, Financial, Market and Sport panes, are in chance of the most reliable authorities on these special subjects. A i it ulll ciae i HARMFUL TO BREEDING HOGS e. Does it mean unythiiiK to you to be supplied with a daily newspaper that interests every member of the family? Then it is the Louisville Herald you want In addition to your local paper. a good omen fur the children them selves. This aurtltlon proiminy widespread about ll.e tlino of tlia vt uen ins Emperor Antoninus Plus, was bora he had a band of membrane around his forvheud lu tho shape of a .tla.lein nnd he attributed ull hi good fortune to this caul, nnd this started tlie sale of them. A fe suiiors carrying them who then hupKiied to be saved from shlpwrock ijherted the toward mariner. Self.Feeders Are excellent for Market Stock, but for Breeders They Are Not Oeod. while they are flue for market hogs, are damaging to breed ing stock. Where pigs have accea lo they will eat their Oil a and then snooze until they are nun gry ii ud eat again, refusing to exer cise and holding back tbelr growth. Self-feedeself-feed- If you alo desire the Sunday Herald add $2.50 to your remittance. Order your subscription throuuh THE CENTRAL RECORD LANCASTER, KY. v The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Mch 23. 1922 FARM LIVESTOCK SHEEP INDUSTRY PROFITABLE Agrieol. Ma TRIALS i Show More Farmers 1 Would Profit By Silo Use con-iluct- nl n ... I Hmulti nf beef frcilir.R trlaU parta of the Slate In vaHou ahow thnt the alio cnulil bn n.lilcil a In thl roiinlry tin. tlirip IndnMry n prnfitntilr pivcv of rqulpment to ami down, and many Kentucky ftock farnu that do ha had fr.iiirnt it "ry recently It ha not have one at the present time, prrril, dill It l mi Industry nerenry lucf cattle at the Collrec In n wellliBliind iisrlnilliir.' ami of AKriculture ay. The Stnte now fairly km trliim UMinlly it pa) haa about 10,000 Mle. thi number nti- - pro) rlr lintiillttl. Wim.I when nx-to take enre of only l n Mnl rmniHollt)' hihI iiilillnli I' belntf lufficient about Ave per rent f the State' a rrrulnr pnrt if mir ll t. tlioucli It l ncorn crop when It Is made Into allacr, unil I huii f or rfrk inii.'li ! rt nf Hi.' i mini it U Mill. illtl'.n Iti miiiiy I The chief mlvantaire. of n ailo are Stair an- - rin t fir kliM-- rlliic ati.l ilirrr inn he lllll. iloiiM that utth that it proviilen economical utorace, In n rrlatlwly horl llnir tin h''i will preaervi the earn or forace crop In Ihutnp Crash' Hans'- - I.n' that the way chilr mir trntitnllr tlmn ilurlni: tin- a Miceulont anil palatable condition dren ; in rally play'' it's lian! on Honrs, hut jrnr. nnil permits the complete utilization a llqor limtdi to withstand even that hanl l nrr 'f l'T-Mo.tiinlltli feeil. eirrille nf un:e. It's - of the crop for of nnaliiinriiiNl, Jiil u thr whether or not it i maile of hollow Tllt-f-r llkllnl r.Mfrf.rllt' Mn LUSTRO-FINISHANNA'S BEFORE YOU BUY A TOBACCO SETTER. WE "' crcmatwl wooden atavea, ce l h niri.ln nf w.h.I i.ii han.l In lh.-- ! This Mipvrinr (lnii.li lsets the lh r lookinK bright up ment ataxia or monolithic concrete, HAVE THE AGENCY FOR GARRARD COUNTY. romitry IM., hut It l hrliic and hitroti5 all the while. Hard knocks can dint, fairr llwii It l hHiic r.'la.i-- l hy tn the ilo mut have certain feature hut thfv never hiink it. It's clMtic and durable and illKtliHi cli Attii rl.nil fnrmv Ktrll Ih.u In order tot produce aweet allaur of mi hinkt to it job through everv Wit. You ran mutli'tl am I hunt, ar In iiMl.l.iit l a ilcilrable kind, J. H. Kelley, head !, apply it yourself. maii.l . llmt. In nnr tlnn with of the eolleue farm cnslneerlnK ec . BRYANTSVILLE, KY. Ih hrrp rHl'liif l a B""l IhIih-I.tiMro-Finis- h tlon has pointed nut. is al.n fine for furniture and woodtin fiirniliie mi.h miirr nttmtiii ) work. The wall ahould be amply reen ptil.l to iHiiltmi mnUi'i:: the rMiisr n hat.- - ehiti tnr.' atl.'iillxii tn no. forcwl to rcalat hte buritinK pretaure Sold by hut ih .l.irml niori- - on lh.- - rWHfti of thr allnce. The Rreatett amount farm, we have found that the crop for laml. and million than Hoy Imirtof reenforcinc i nrwlwl at the bot-I- Rape does well only on rich oil," II. C. 'torn and the leant at the top. the CONN Sellards, twine field agent aid. "In Growing Corn In order to permit even tettlinc Iowa it has furnished a much n. 18 pocket. the rtlflce to eliminate FORESTS TURNING OUT MEAT Pigs tons of green feed an acre but should It t. rentlnl that the wall of the ,,v the foo.l matennls not be pastured when there are lesa AfFactatlent Daily Though!. te armHtth and free from rui:h Trantferm Into Marketable Product remaining on the which it rnntaina, rape ha come to be than five blade kt.ew ki my Ufa , who U unaffeetrdlj htmacll turn In a man Weed and Grata That Othcrwiac When uch air jiocketa are p..t i .l nn. nf th. li.t n.iAtnr.i stalk. tu jiun.-i- i . - - :l...i riG.niriil ..ii.. who ciwld ijt lnr mi' iU r mlJor- - turn out to b uncommonly Ilk othat Wculd Be Lott. i in mrr.ieii. inry umjuiij I ke h OirtMlun projdr. 1. tantayana In tha Dial. lrfK-ttunc crop with which to balance a corn I allflfc "When the crop is to be crown I .t4 rct .! l alone for hot pasture, live to eight I'r,rrl tt Ah wlininlI loritlmtrl In onler t prmluce Mktue it alone ration for crowinc piK, Race Indicated. Cle ay. When pounds of seed disced into each acre hoir miers It that the air Ik- - excludH At te Dotting. ial.l Ihuim- A drnlit (.relict tliat tin- - rod ThroHch Moi'klHril Hi.-off.iret crlHC ed nece4ary water retained. For this youni;, the crop contains as much pro- will give n good stand although the and the ertl.e When a man fttt Irani to twlin, "III ! claclal. Iii othrc erilt to f the rarth ray word. Iti- - ohm 'nut Mill outlltu Hit of the I'liUrd Slate I lelwrtBirnt of rranon it i e)ential that the wall tein a many legume, it i ald, and heavier rate of tedlng is perferable b find tin i t Hl Ktxiut the proportion of protein to earbo- - since the seed i cheap. It also may Mte- - for the t only t life to float If trut. - (If 'iHie (S. G) I'lrduiont. Airrlrwluire to be tlnHt. ftle rr in latrr a iml.lrn.hlr Hm f loan -- Situ I.eRcth nf the ffnlfni: eaon and hydrate found in it make it an ideal be used with oats, three to live pound f buheU inoii. hut It lrttnfi.rln Into a mar the number of cattle to be fd will forage crop far offsetting the large 'of rape and one and Dreaming of Bandit. I that Kingdom Stem Small. Make If the) atla.-f- )chi, rely uhi jour krhlr rHl.t wenU nml sra determine the me of the ivWo. Since nmount of carbohydrate present in of oat an acre being a good rate of ....,,1.1 I... l. I...1 In nil, llll. .11 Tin- - eutuMtirrf mm ut V.wa Scotia own strength nihI tlcor; It )otl at1 neeer- t feed from one and corn. The crop can be seeded a seeding in this case. When used t'.i 117 square tack them Iwware Iliat and Nrw Hruwirk and clover, about three iiw uiltfoo craalnr re.l.r thr tlir hatar.l. In tl,r " f to two inrhe of "ilnne daily soon at the ground i dry enough and with oat r forrt, n )im; to m tulln.. I tnorr than thrrn tlror tb tiinr ! .. ...r ni- .... ... i l: wo .1...- mi. hi.,i,M t.m M'fii ii swri-i-, .1 - om when seeded early will supply pasture pound of rape, one bushel of oats t i, i. ,l..,i.l i. tlinii, pr Titjr ami rlcbe. area of tt.r k.brd.Mi. of Prtimark. and eight pounds of clover seed an will vary with the tr"m J,n" unt" tot'1 tl.mal fnrel turn xit uiiroilinatrly 'meter of tinwill be found satisfactory.' "On the College of Agriculture :ul.(Kii('il iii) of iMiiti anil iiiiHtun number of stock to be fed. turc and Pay, Wtll If rdi Arc Handled Right. Nectary te !" "' iiUH-lalHt- Ix-r- - loors for Heal Y. D ervice ll.-n- . YOU WANT TO SEE l't ln-ry- s rr--ii- tatllllH-tMH- l. r.l The Nisco Pasture Balances For nl NOAH MARSEE, JR. BROTHERS, v Lancaster, Ky. I !'' a-- r rcr ren ) v l cd fli-a- iH-- li-lc- put-tniHri- it one-hal- . - me-hal- ni-rtnk- -- ' a.-r- M j BUY STOCK IN TDK and NnMmnl mmhhI of h.rf Mali) latnli are iHiru In thr f.iret ami lrar them only wliru ll.ey nre rrady to r A'A wiSom UUII L3XailVCS I Purcts; Try NR Toalghl NR it W. 0. R1GNKY W. B. DICKERS0N Lancaster Building & Loan Ass'n AND HELP YOUR TOWN Tomorrow Feel Right tn cintlntMllj- Ihittui l K , laocaittr ! ui 1- QuiuA CoubIj CHanbtr cf CMiercc FROM LANCASTER Best IOMMITTKK HANKS Etirned Best O -2 ay to par for HOME. Ct Ltist Yenr. PerInmtntnt , f3 iltr-5lS- for SURPLUS FUNDS vw".A'ir?ni lll UxhII with cnlomrl, oil. I'UfKr" an.l ralluirtk-It ekrn an.l forrr line! action. nJ makrn om-- i Ihr lrarl unit la. t loint; neerwwry u Wtin rluht to .Ion t Whr ntrreornr J.nir o.rutitMtloii nml art In auch ha thai .Uilr sour tm It I a m.Ukr 0"M W. 0. RIGNEV & CO. Funeral Directors and Embalmers Office Phone 18. ll.r i uly it purine ih. tun J I. ROMN'SOK. President Wm. S. HOPPKR, Sec't. & Trca. U Lev An eminent and Marriage. Notebook. of the emotl-fithat lot la a h.'.I'd .lrKTlts Net UtlK OOK marrlacr a a l.c an.l tJen-.a- .!!.. l r.i h ii tr .Wlare . r- If jo.) law 'lie hahlt of putting ar m well that jou Cannot thtnr cet a "iimll notelMv.k and ! And then when "' l"'t imethlne any not 111 ohrep xjirj: tVTLi" v' - It rS N'tvl) Onlnloa. thr rvlare I Newfoundland Well Watered. One-thiof the urfaiv nf f A I emer.Ml with lakn anil that If a faUi.r r Httrther he ay of The larvitt lake I Crand ill the ii."' rfrtitw lake, .VI inili in lincth. fixe mile In of th.Hr r curitic thew "f neh out breadth, with an area of IIC ininrr to rut a '.if !. mllrf a.l"llilter tulles. It rontaln an Hand f.f hi own urn, .r ,m i only .' lone. I" urfae ? 'he IWli hi ijm tl(iii fret alKi I rttll ma.le Nl leel. to the KUlTer I K Orewaeme Ch.rKi it buerttltion. ani le 'hllire chll-On- rl Roundup ot cattle in a National For ett In Colorado. vrl-titl- y i n rl.r. Nature' anl lake on mrh mcht t"r a week k. Nl( ito muih imre lluin innrl)t ra" iw,n TM thr nielli Inr art we4l Hinltwitltr tlKrtir an Ke..l a hcrtl"n. raiiiMorgxiM -thr 1nintr tJviljr in icrt Ihr iHxirlohmrnt tf in all l (HM )l.U II k'lMut, ttl fm )rm hwiriy nnrlitr. MrrnKlhrni thr liter. r. iWii'iwi M1i..uinan.l nrukilra khlnry ml arlii n rlri thr wh.ilr a lhoruHKh ilmiiini; nut. Thla J'-Kill nut tmr tn takn a.xm.lhit iU An o- .ihiiiiil Nit mnlk-lnri,rty i"tir Inly III nmll tatJit will Ihin an.l m rjn nlwara frrl mir Tat.lrt Try Nature- Rmtdy It l thn lirnt lwrl nil pr. ir I' inn' " p- - at v. ! 1 v r i ..I r'"uch to l"S on li-- t Naturt'a Rem. larml r.e ita-Tal-lrt- Mill iui If s )u crt n Br l rtemedjr iMt Tul.lfl-- ) ut-- m UMHrcfMuiryT Veil of Residence I hone 33. ru lirl Lancaster, Knay Kentucky. d. lty l.i'l r u - kn - tU r; rl. 1 1 ( ut a ! I Thr .H.HX) to liuifkil eattle that liioe Int.. (lie foirt eteiy kprlng are ilrawn from a whir nren of nrr'Unilini; t.'rritory and .ur out Hi Ktnti In ihi- - fall the ktreain t Mi. Ii ii'iilrnl inurket a Clil.nfu, KniiM I'lty ami Oinah.'t where the are tiirneil into meat prod hlpt d ii m! Mild B7VL.rV7iaiaV FT?-TABLET- Ml rr Tr.t!-'- a ciJ ly rrur '. .IruKKtat. S- Kt The person who makes few prom-finha fewer to break. Heady money nlwny rinds a ready) "No place like home" appeal to taker. the man who i too laxy to work. Many a big He told to cover up a I The fellow who thinks for himself little one. 'alo does a lot of thinking for others. The fellow who knows it all still All the world admires a manly man h.t mucH t learn. except the fellow who i unmanly j It keep the up to date girl moving, himself, t j keip up to date. The farmer may not have any hay ( T ie be- - of justice is often the in his whiskers these days, but he greatest bar to justice, has plenty in his barn. I atreet the hardest one tor 'ise S i net thut go to all of III.' K'Uir McROBERTS LIVE STOCK DRUG STORE. try. 1 ARE YOUR CHILDREN EXTRAVAGANT? T allow a child to tiocome i'.rnva(,'ant, no mat-to- r tho jtari'iits may be, Ls to strioul how well-oi- l .KHTiVrt' with tho dovolopmont of its charactor. iQ( ExtravnKnnco breed idlenesi and a hick of ap- j.nciation of values. A iianipered and f d child ean never really experience those joys anil ovor-indul- ot and iM.lhol of niurkelliig IUr ' ' try .l..l. Th. Mink. he:l...,l.1g it e ww th we mainly In a number work Is to I In liiirliiiit ll- - the bwttmti. of tide, toil nr. .k'Ic eelloli ( the country. The plnli i 1 hl' fwMww wlw at.-- .. of U lo of tin rtlMllig n Motor ts are elate I t i." ' air for tne r tire will bv fr. e ctnitw f rAt.B lnH Mclhnda Htino '''' Made by United State Depart. mnl ef Agriculture. With the advent of spring the c a ' ympathy-a- nd onr i deler has .mr The rnlieil Slate. Aprleulnire I iiwklnir u umly of the money. . PLAN TO MARKET 'P ;ft'n lhal ht ' ; pU'Muret 0utt are the birthright of childhood. rl eoHhtl.. fully the t. M-- . -t mihI ineth.Hl. of a many avemle III .wli i. lialy .iiIIhc Mtidy .nr.and ntuf)iiiir) In j , ff eW Imt aat rye when nfe pull the strtni;. The return to leanr akirt will not a harithth Tke fetlvw all kaw what thy art getting. work Hifhtv hin jam 4 PER CENT ON TIME AND SAVINGS S. tun fun.l-- h an f4WMtl. The tuil) lualnl) eoHiilrj hu)er, uKMM'tutMi, ItH-a- l .')! at or lvl will lixlu.li' uln-n- r katHlUiig Ill oioral llutHlr e lb' Mf k t k(4n diHie In .'.fr.iiMinili.4t with the Mate, A iihwI 4 m.41 from thr irwiwrtmeiit are now In lae U.d ...liwimc data en live ami lile'cM4.'M Wpier. nak a ntuN Mispieiotu if friends, and the Mm make r are mn hi friend, ufiiu absence of it of those wh llu- - Kttbjwt. i ,i uvrr her " 0 iieeiitcriterion. wed., ng AMythiag f a I'nnce The Garrard Bank & Trust Go LANCASTER. KY. I Mary will have a wImI of a funeral Value of Purebred Sire. rreule! ule of a itr. Me.lwfccn he kkk tttf. rtW4e Klrr I kl ahltlty t thnt tnc Ah exchange rriwark inai lire uener mihh inir iwik m t).-- . or iir.Hliutmti. r Uitk. If he worn of aur prtnlteer are sure to lurk aMIIty to do lid he l no l t K to hill, btit vr ttubt it. The trr tlwn Ihe aidiouU ho ret4a.ii). devil im tu wite a bird to admit them. The WReclwrqedud PcpairdHiukc5?f Jfotkiks, the United States and all foreign countries. We sell travelers Ckeuues, which are uood in Warming Water for Stock. The priietli e nf lit Milne or warmm? (be ilrlnklng wnler fitf live Mock fillowid put tug the winter tin farm ty veiiemlly Ji iikI rrx ulng nnytlilnc from an old ket tie to a iniNlrrn tank heater. i IUe-liK- 4r The Kuropcan. nvatrlmoaiial murkcti s are flooded with princesses and who ure pining for husbands Uut our boys with meal ticket. have better prospect right here at iluch-etMv- CONN and CONN home. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, Mch 23, 1922 JOSEPHS Millinery and II X? Redy'to-Wea- r, O0iinQ tirtt-j- i I SATURDAY, MARCH 25th: IJVUI All departments are brimming: over with the newest spring creations at reasanable prices for reliable goods. MILLINERY, COATS. j Ullt; lo ... 111 V .tMllv; nnHDirlnn rtJfii!co IIUU tU nrmr ViUlloivid j v.i nv. iou ! )sntlli uui.,) inrl .uui7iiiv. nnrl w nvn cnra vrill 11 in iiuu iikii. unnn kiuiuii n Ml iiiiu nrtmivivn iiiiu ii'n uiv. oui v ,iuu ttrlll finrl f i ()uui flrvlltin tirtll viu uuuuit rluitr iv.1 .. SUITS, DRESSES. SILKS. WOOLENS. AND VOILES. ORGANDIES. HOSIERY. FOOTWEAR. UNDERWEAR. The One Price Store. FANCY NOTIONS. Quality Our Motto. VISIT OUR CARPET DEPARTMENT. (liy Dr. II. 11 Ulthop) Although it was not jet uiUI-One female liy in April means mil ACTIVE IN THE WORK xtit and the relief kitchen did linon in July This is one reason paSSC(l RcCOIlt SOS open until 8 o'clock bi the morning, s .. . why ue should endeavor to kill off there I lie) ere, bomlvd of starving. Cov. Edwin P. Morrow snd Other duiltnle rhlldrea. i4d nen ami all the early flies and thee left alive are registered and present the same Leading Men Assist American to registration officers of the pre- nwn. pumijr dad. (landtag there all during the winter The fly is the universal pett of As many educational bills witre cinct in the county t which they Jewish Relief Commlttcs , night long waiting for a cup of ruffws man-kinexisting in practically every and a crutt iA black tirrad. have removed at the next regular pasted by the last testion of the "It was no urtrts to me t team country and clime on the gltdie ApprecUun.: tue splendid registration day in the following It might be of interest to (Mtiple n Ken-- ' Ister that luatiy dial In that lliw that Flir arc dlea carriers. They many to know just what they were given liy i lie July. (Hy Will S. Kcitenbacher.) night and that It was no unusual spread disrate largely by carrying-Kcrtn- t Any rvjristeriHl vol it upon appli and which now only await the signa turky in .ill wolf are rampjlgn. manr bill, known as the men if oilier faith are tak thine to see tlotirn of them yield to The Smith-Mino- r from filth upon wbkh they cation to the County Clerk may ture of Governor .Morrow. None of, lirimmiut In of destitution hikI an twirl hi the. mmpslgn in the Statewide Ilegittratlon Hill, pasted have been feeding or walking and VIIMIIkl lilt V flit . -W UillltHIIVII UII the bills contain emergency clauses till'. !! I.MI.isd in to rait It was liorrlli..i the pot lut think, over the, Governors veto, requires! the registration book not less than ami the new measures will not goi germs in or on ar crt-a- t liuldNul effort to secure ft I. also, that unujr in that Hue ruuUJ tu depositing thtte primary or! into immediate ctfect. IMl.iul fur the rellof of urlug 4I..I Ke fpj evru HnJUSti tiiejr rvniallie.1 lu tieles of food or on dishes later used i In return! sad Uir bread Unas all throoeli the hitter for food The following are the bills pavd: lmtltutr Jew nil nl vU,cUun-Voterpanlon bill to the Blind and Illiterate' Flies also may directly infect per Bl(hL Ool) rertata amounts of Toj ZlaMorn KuroM S. Ii. No. 3 H. IV Atwood: j Cour P"'Ction Eliminated Hill, which failed to receive! Km are available aod wttru thUMa are on by akchtinie when germ-ladeiHitomur Kduln I' Murnm reorganise graded school districts. a constitutional majority over the! Upon th edemand of the governing i rh.iirimm nf tlio Slain AdvlKirjr ll.Mnl. ribatatal the doors at the rvllet hot i i... . l. n on lip or on cuts and tores. Germs ,V authority of either party purging of' ",K'"""V , Governor's veto. Other nnnJews on tlio Hoard Jrv 1 carried by (lies to milk, especially ' ,'Soi ""mV t'ultiNt Itlrhanl I' STiatnr "l'eroiall I vrslted a hiMplta at the bar it or dairy where the milk The registration bill will become the registration In the cited precincts T"vUU' two. l;nit. Slate for,the 'ivlnstnn, und A O Stanley, wtx-rr- - bundrr! at youag Jewbh xlrU is warm, may multiply rapidly and effective June 13, ninety days after is provided for by the appointment new iioriui m.iiuui.'., uiir hi biiri the adjournment of the Legislature, of two officer whose duty it shall eastern part of the State and one In lleiiilrrxin. Ijeut tin TliurMun lul- who had twii luUtreulikl b) eU men. number millions by the time the milk Houston (Julu. Tbjr la) uptm has! planks. ls rd. liuUville. Uuiui) j when all acta passed by the recent 'be to purge the polN. Demands for l is ready for distribution-Fliepurgation shall not be made after the southern part of the State, the biuUlllr, Judge It, W lUnshiin Uu. sacks wr thalr ytlUw v Ttila Msn Legislature, not carrying emergency have been examined and llrevkpniidte, kei were thertr onl) roterlnc Tlir sites to be selected by a committee 15th. Challenged voters , September clauses, become laws. thwu b the! found to carry millions of germs on atteutloo gl-to be appointed by Speaker James Hurry CItMrarNtoU. Islington. Itev () The new Registration law, which shall be cited to appear before the II. Thompson and Lieutenant Govern-o- r O. Grrvn. I'aator of the Itaptlst rliureh,' rHlef workers ciMMl. but their their feet, legs, suckling mouth parts, applies to the entire State, complete-- 1 two purgation officers sitting in the wnni Nirllea. turturrU bj bodies and wings. The fet, legs and S. Thruston Hatlard. Approved tlrh:iM.ii., 40d jr liult (lays. Jnrkv.n l rhalrttun ly revolutionist the system of en-- ( precinct on the first Tuesday after 1'iu. Krcd f the tloti and lark, of vl.Hhliic their body arr covered wl htthouiandt of by the Governor. If the state drle. 1iarU- - W MorrU. of I .oil- terrtbla trnttiifiit rrlf.1 out la protest hairs to which germ-laderolling the voters. Heretofore this the first Monday in October. filth read S. Ii. No. I2K II. I). Whittaker: has been confined to cities and towns two purgation otHcer agree that the To provide for numemr teacher train- Ittllla. is yIcp rkalrnian snd Irwlnl acaiiiat ttxtlr fte. liy adheres. 1 alone of the first four classes. Under the registrant has been illegally enrolled ing schools appropriating $.10,000 an- - ilnriii,,iif fiiliille. la state director, fiw-"lu no, plao' IrairtadLV- - gjdva road This filth ucid iptttis carried by llirs -a r of a lone dUlaiM-v- - b Alfnil llrjlxleis - state tin. n :i in m . fi In. tfrlft-..fn.ni ilia ixiln. Im , memUm of the State cutitlnuou niind of frmsh itlrt It cannot bn iven. by the nacked e.y, The SUte mutt be registered before he' registration book. In the event that' 'No- - 2C wa a grate lobi wUUh hundreds of and thus many uersons are inclined Arch Quarles: To Advisory Hoard are .tK..-rt-i.r..,.,- . -- L. i iia.j Ojrnai JtuOer, lmUvllle , .W Itanr. bodies of wiJe were thrown, to disregard It, but when looked at require seven months common school The law further provides that thejnlity of any registration they are f w Mistaotw ; ItemanI llernlmliu. Iiuls- - The lHrron I saw tlMre atv uufor thru the microscope .thousands of term. Vlr-- J of Election Commissioners! quired to reduce the facts to writing W. kVrnhe4ai. if Anwrioa gvrmt are readily teen. rtla6J sod the S. II. No. 47 II. M. llrock: To vllle. L Nsthau' will twt tki tbelr eaity uad.ws Omv gl Uir lUooeafeJil. W'ncbiO-- r of each county, not later than June, and certify name to the Circuit Clerk It is well to remember thit'tho fly amend the statute relating to i'Muanre Max. I'alotjm III Itory Krsnkel. Ilov-- . 20, 192- -, and annually thereafter, of the county who shall assign each inwraJly and now for th relief of which crawls over your food at the adof elementary, intermediate and klnIIU. Umu ltldaamar, Klltalietb- - ' shall appoint for each precinct in the lease for hearing by the Circuit Judge dinner table nuiy be fresh from a Signed by the Majnr K. Helhuni. Mlddlv4Mrs; Cjholli vpU- - all otrr the romtr) county two Judges, one sheriff and who shall immediately hear the case vanced certificates. Normal J. I llellairn, Utulneurr Jake Hej . lrB iuiwluc a uhlnprruil Inlerrst In garbagu or stop pal! or a cuspidor (Applies to Governor. clerk to conduct the registration. de novo. This doe. away with the Ilar--j the work of. the Ameriran Jewish Schools only.) msu. !lnltowi Junoa might Of course,, w oommund e purgation proceedings in the The registration officers are to be Joha W Kwitur. I'atlticsJi , Uof. t;oimultloe. S. n. No. 24011. M. Urock: To Jnms A Ktshert. greater respect for the law by Jailing h lists of eight names for! County Court. Appeal to the chosen from Harry Kb-ttfrf Sureinn Knight of the .Supnim-I.Viiit- i. LotlcicliHi change names of the Kastern and the Jurors who torn a known guilty precinct furnished by the gov- - cult Court is provided for. Western State Normals by adding Kotzln, tVilngliu. Simon Uon. Iiul.,,.il of that Knights of Columbus, ha - man looiwi ning authorities ol the Democratic registration Is declared a Gus enraise Islington lleriiisn k.wn (he mmenient Ills Tlllu. "And Teachers Colleges." Major, lUurti, Itertrain II Manu, ( c,,rs.iioi,t t,. mI.I A, llmwn. Chair and Republican parties, these lists to misdemeanor and is punishable by im S. II. No. 1.18 George llaker: To Co Ins-L.esnlfi, (h Naltonal AptMiU of the llnndton. .Vrthiir MAIl be submitted on or before June 15. prisonment In the count yjail from vocational ton. Kit Maer lulsllle ml to cleaning. Gl)cer'i iu Mor Vuierliuli Jewish ItWIof. Stipulation is made that the registra one month to a year. Itegiatration extend provisions for the rehabilitation law. reuum i'ff rtt. libmcow, L Ptlte. 1'arai Hjinaii irult stains satumte tion officers must be divided equally j officers guilty to altering any regis- V. A. Ierry: To l'uhln. UoaTtlle enn, allow them to. n S. n. No. 2.VJ Ssui I'tnliln. bowlthem ' tration book or falsely Chlld't Act. registering between the two parties. and then wash. ' include sinking in the curriculum of Ing Grueii, Itahbl Joaeph lUurli. I)u- advantago of b stand t j, Hl , Registration officers are prohibited any person are subject to imprison-froNvtlle: .Slla Itixiifeld. OweinCMiro public schools. tendency In young children to want tc I holding any elective or ap- - ment in the penitentiary from one to lv IImiii a encll S. 11. No. 3.1 It. C. Simmons: To' louU llubel. riiilucub, Natliati IUwii write and diaw pointive office during their term or five years. Any person breaking up and let them draw uriuml their blocki allow a school tax rate of OS cents in Utc. Oielugtoa , K. II. lUKhrhtld. N RuImmi. KtMHIiyvllln, interfering with the registration for a year following. j or or around n heavy old cup. Ti.Vy'11 U (A A It L COUNTY COUHT cities of the second class, Kacfcs Utubivllhi, Mcyor S.iclut, Har- learning how to luimlle a Voters desiring to register must " an unlawful manner shall upon 1 It. P. Urown. Assignee, On L'etitlun. 11. No. 5K M. Whiter Toj S. lan ; Mm SUn-Kt'adurah S. Straus, bo subject to a fine Uy virtue of a Judgment ami order flfn the registration book, the signa-- j conviction to $fi00 or confinement of the sttttute relative to cer- Manllla, Kmll S. Tartiau. IsMllsville, in rendered at lU March 21st. Term. .tore to be attested by the registra-- 1 from $100 Hit a. Kick In It. to pupils completing- - the ele- - lluuj. S. Vw.h1ht. luhrvllU tificates Jcnas Aiiconllng to the chemical expert, 1022, in the above styled cause, tlln Hon Clerk and Sheriff. In addition (the county Jail from tlx to twelve mentary course of study of county Well. . Sim litng? the crahops'r fhould Imi one of the undersignud mil on 10th.. to the name ,age and sex of eacX, months or both. Louisville Time, . ttxi , lien Wll.i,, Uwemboni. cbool districts. AI'IIIL 1U2. best food extant. WliTvr man or MONDAY, registrant the description thall in- -' S. U. No. 113 Newton Ilright: To i beast have ciilvn them In large Hum-h- r at about 10 ;.i0 A. M.. sell to the hort1 n"""0 elude his or her occupation, color or' The woma" w,th define boundaries for school districts the) hate thrived. Tile scientist highest and best bidder on the premPRIEST race, weight and height or other cwuolwl by the thought that he can embracing cities of the Fourth Clan. says that tU granftbopour Is tnorw ises nhoiit one mile from Ruena Vlita. oon for,,t hur ",0,t e"barsliiK High pikr, in means of Identification and the party u, S. 11. No, 118 S. U Marshall: To i",r "nt f,,t n"a thit 11 ' on the Ky., Ilridgefollowing Garrard Dtn dvninb-e- d the In the moments. afrillation of the registrant. Maybe the ru- - County, stuffed with lOfl amend act relatisg to qualification of property Itaurants hue Imi-i- i wrtbig us graiw- event that the registrant states upon members of the Board of Trustees of The said land Is in Garrard CounhupHT for IhiiiIi chops when we went ty. Ky.. and ilctcnbad as follows. INotlCe oath that he or she cannot write hi j the University of Kentucky. Return From Russian With H cut looking. We atwn)a knew that a Ileginning ut n stone corner to S. or her name the clerk shall sign the S. U. No. 130 Frank K. Daugher-- 1 Rendiny Stories of Terrible GAIHtAItl) CIIICU1T COUItT V. Poor; thence with t'oor'n line CrasdioiNY hud ii kick lu It. 1a Anregistration book. ty: To provide for the election of geles Tim W ioles to n Hickory, 22 Among The PeopleI'lamtltTs. subnll-itricAnv III ill? of u nrimarv or general Hanks UuiUon, etc., trustees in county rural tlienee with u feiwe N. U. W, 63.5 Vs. wles; thence H'.t',, V. Olr.Sit poles election may require a voter to sign Cry of Hundreds Standing Alt Night Mlttlctoe Customs. Defendant. Ills or her name for comparison with David Dutlderar, MIstltWiH-- , when not mitpcndcd In the to a stake in the pike two nolen West S. II. NV 20 II. K. Green; To Long In Bitter Co4d for Food a locust, the liy virtue of a Judgment of the amend statutes relating to qualifica the signature on the registration air, Is regi! n Ii I by the suMTstltIoua of 1.2. W 10 thene S.with E. pike S. 5 polw, To Open Unforgtttaftle :I7. hi iwles, Garrard Circuit Court In the above, tion of members of County Hoards uf I 1 I mil luck. as it l.artilni!er of book. There S. 23, K. .18 p,iles, S. H at styled action rendered at the March Kducatlon. for hanging a bunch :it poles, pass opposite a dwelling The law fixes the second Monday Attorney Hon S, Wuhr of touts-sllU- . an oli ten In a aiMrvm pu jillna for of mistletoe ui the iviiter of the room, house, in all 18 poles, S. 20. K. 0 l.mt S. II. No. 52 in July each year for the registra- Term, Vi'l'l. directing the Sheriff af Clark: To quota of a custom which dad iiotlilng frivolous iwles, S. 281., K. 12 pole . S. 40. B. tion of voter In every precinct In Garrard County, Kentucky, to tell provide school poll ta on males uvvr tho raising of Kentucky' nation-widvnuipalgii about It lu the nrst plncv. Haldtr, IK.fi polvs to a stake la pike opposite wenty-on- e the SUte, but It Is provided that this the property of the defendant attach $1.00. Signed b the $tri,l)i - In the ef Ie corner to home tract, to raU- $1 l.usl.ijisi for llm relief of In Scaiiilliiailan tuythology, was killed a telephone division year the registration shall be held on ed In this action, the undersigned Governor. thence near lino with home stanrlnc jnd ibritlliile Jirwlsh jxtople by an nrrvs of mistletoe.wasOu Ida - Sheriff of Garrard County will on July 10 and 11. The hour of regpromised truct N. 80 b. K. 113 poles to a stake S. B. No. 21S J, A. Lee: To to llf It tn Cmitnil and llatnrn Kurope. told again would per 5 feet South of u hue I. berry stump, additional institution hiratlon are fixed from 0 A. M. to 0 TUKSDAV, AI'IIIL llth., 1022. at f a talk he hod with a Cathtdtc priest, that the plant netcr 1 to if .Nushtille. Tenn, tt bad Just re- petuat ell unless It touched the in line to Nay lor Oros.; thence with M. In addition another regittra- - ten o'clock A. M., on the premite State aid to make annual their lino fence X. H'i, K. 34 poles earth. tion day is provided to be held In of David Dudderar on the Kirktviile Department of Education. turned from t Uiur nf that section to n stone and post, thence N. &94t the Hike sell to the highest and Lett "Conditions among Hie Jewish S. II. No. 0711. G. lUrris: To W. 80 poles to a stake with hickory each precinct sixty duyi prior to In Central and Misteru Kuropx ar pointer, thence N. 10 i, E. 13 poles ircneral election. Supplemental reg bidder upon a credit of three months amend school district law in fourth to the beginning, containing 00.00 "1 cumiot Istratlon before the County Clerk it the following described property, to class cities with reference to annex- - terrflile", said the urge ti strongly ummi the eopla of The members of the ileldal San-for- d acres. inic territory. done away with. wit: TERMS abundantly Ui-sof God Tost, No. 35 of the American u. T. uavis: to America soopportunity Dow presented s. H. ?iu. The purchaser will be required to Two gray mules, one mare and one Register Once In Precinct. tho great Legion wish to thank the different execute bonds with good surety for two black mules, one appropriate $0,000 for Improvement to help theiMi Jewish (Hvptii lo that The law contemplates only one reg horse mule; organisations and th 'friends of the the purchase price due in six and mule; three bay and $15,000 for support uf WetJrjp. atrlrken land. In a lifetime for the voter mare and one horse Utratlon Tost for their assistance in helping twelve months from date of sale, colleges; at horse and two mare mulet. Kentucky industrial "Ooe night while, la Western Itusila payable to the undersigned, bearing who remalm In the same precinct, mules, one I was arouad frmu sleep lu uy hotel them Monday and Tuesday of this six per cent Interest from date until under my hand this March I'aducah. Given Provltlon is made that whenever a J by a wlerd sound. Going to the win week. Assuring you that we shall paid and secured by a Hen on the vjter removet to another precinct 'n 21st., 1022. JAMES KOUINSON. April lit. will be All Foolt day, dow I could see In the (ale llfht a long always remember your kindness. R. I OROVYX. lnd. tro same county, he ahall apply to Yours Respectfully County, Ky. but most of ut will be careful not to IUm ot dark objects. I returned to bed Assignee of II. S. Ruble. Sheriff Garrard Wm. Ft Miller, Toit Con d'r. ,11. C. Walker, Att'y. the County Clerk for a transfer of but th mysterious, walllnx cry b- recognize our own. an-rrf-uee- v n Icinct, which must bo done sixty ,!a EVERY VOTER IN prior 10 a general election. out removing from one county STATE MUST BE other are required to obtain a tocerti- the REGISTERED NOW ficate of registration from ...U:L. Coun-- ( at..... ,!. ........ j JVI AN Y Ufn (IP in SCHOOL LAWS nihil vi neh Bv fiiths i nu uw I?:;:: ilmn stair In the bitter odd tt was the bread line of the Jewish so pronounced that I divtmt am! Swat The Fly Now nt First Registration Days July 10th. And 11th. sion Of Legislature J e, I I d Jeih uilanre ... ' raatn lr up-ptl- I n, ! j - 4- -; ," t1 1 ll)ir s Illl. u pr, u ad tra -' n ...... ... V. . Vi 1 tre-uure- i.i... ' Jrlh ord JUh lolslllr. rwl Uikm-pople.- t.w. old-tim- Cir-eac- , Ilne ' T. - ,t Assignee's Sale. 11 11 i. W.-ll- CAIMIG I j j rfm icuftcu lUtt Jtff in? ntUtr i I t ts. Do-p- ot !!. rtN-it- be-li- re rrstid prlt. Card Of Thanks l6 his registration to the proper pre