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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): March 30, 1922 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1922 cen1922033001_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 30, 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. X xXJCj THIRTY IICOND CEOTtlAL RECORD LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY .AFTERNOON. MARCH 30. 1922. j VIA" NUHIIR II. HARDING Invited fretldtnt SHORT ILLNESS HEAVYPENALTY GEOFFREY days, John Harrison Posey, one of pilid as Chief 3sekr at Law A good crowd heard Hon. Geoffrey the. most prominent farmer and Inhouse Mltsoula Convention Morgan speak at the court fluential citizen of Garrard county, The liquor violators will likely look last Monday afternoon in the inter-es- t Lexington hospital Inst died at a D. Washington, of the organization of o Farmer" C.Ptcsldent Sunday evening, of obstruction of the n little longer and a little more as- Harding is shaping plana for hi bowel, complicated with pneumonia. tutcly before making the moon. shine Ilureau in Garrard county. Mr. AUika trip next summer mi that he No man In Garrard county had more or botlegging leap, under the new Morgan is an entertaining and fluent can attend the 37th nnnual conven- friends than had Mr. Posey and no I taw just passed by the Legislature. speaker and has been quite success-fu- l in the organization of the farmers tion of thr National Editorial Asso. onr will be misted more in thr com. A conviction caniet with the fine a the elation to be held at M.toula. Mon. munlty In which he ha lived long. Jail sentence, and the criminal can-n- In many counties throughout sleep it out in jail. He must itnte. In hi speech last Monday he tana, early In July, Thr Presidrnt Hi body was brought to his late home member of thr National on the llurke)e road last Monday work It out at hard labor, and if he hlttrrly oppoted the excessive is m paid-uEditorial Association ami proud of morning, where thr funeral services fail to pay thr fine and cost, he that has been placed upon hi affiliation with thi organization were held Tuesday afternoon, follow. must alto work that out at hard labor the Isnd owners of the state, and took of newspaper owner. Such an ad- - led by Interment in the Ijincaitcr at the rate of $1 a day. A convic- the position that the present Hoard tion can be secured before a magis- of Supervisor should absolutely redrr would hp of national Interest. I cemetery- Preparation, are made for two In his fldth. year and trate, police Judge, county judge or fuse to add the two and a half milMr. Posey was pedal tie luxe train to transport thr had, since his early youth, been a circuit Judge. For the second there lion increase made by the State Tax editor during their entire tour of mrmber of thr Christian church. Is a penitentiary clauie. After first Commission, which all knew wa extwenty-on- e ilay, starting and ending Her. K. II. llourlaiul conducted the conviction thr defendant must rxr-cu- cessive, exhorbitant, fabulous and a bond for not Irs than $1,000 out of all reason. Member of the .at Chicago. burial service before a large circle anil of friend and relativrs, who had nor more than $5,000 to be of good board however, take the position that Beside visiting Yellowstone ('lacier National Park, the news- come to do honor to a friend, a neigh- behavior for twelve months. In de- it compulsory upon them and they fault of bond he ran be confined in have no other recourse but to carry paper party will travel over the vast bor and a man. trrtch of Montana, stopping In twenMr. Posry N survived by his wife, Jail for ninety days. The foregoing out the instructions of the Tax Comty or more towns and patting thru but left no children of his own. are some of the provisions of the new missioners. Several counties in the the mining and agricultural districts iTwo that he raised from childhood, Act that will cause the state talk seriously of resitting thr of the utatr. Part of the JOurney Mr. Lewi Murphy and Mrs. Forest to sit up and take notice. The bill order of the Tax Commission, and will be by water, up Flathead take, Calico, were treated as if they were carries an emergency clause, becom- many think it should be done and which I one of th emany scenic his very own and they were equally ing etfectlve on signature of the test the matter out in the court by spots that lie outtlde Yrllowttune a devoted to him. For many year Governor. Injunction proceedings, and if posThe man who will violate the pro sible relieve the farmer of some of and Glacier National Parks. Mr. Poiry had been a director In tlje Mlsiouta I making extensive ar National Hank of and hibition law will violate any other the heavy burden that is being placed rangement to entertain the visitors only a few day before he contracted law If it is to his interest. If he upon him through heavy taxation. during the three days they will tie I his fatal Illness he wa elected vicr-- ' needs a horse or a ham he will break In Shelby and lloylr county, hunthere for the convention. All the president of the bank, to succeed J. into your stable or your meat houte. dred! of the farmer have appeared other towns on the itinerary are vying E. Stormr, who had been promoted If he think he can get away with it. before the Roard of Supervisors, with one another In plans to shuw j to the presidency. In the death fcf There are no two kind of law In some at the invitation of the Hoard their hospitality. One to be broken at and others of their own accord, to Mr. Posey, within the past three this country- Special entertainment will be pro- weeks, this bank has lost two of it will and the other to be kept. The give their views concerning the propvided In Yellowstone Park where the presiding olflcers, and the director man who will help a bootlegger by er steps to be taken. celebration of this will feel keenly the loss of these wise buying liquor from him, will buy the national playground will be in full councilors. stolen ham, if he needs the ham. BOB LEDFORD swing. And, later on the trip, when Law The active pallbearers were se- The principle it the same. the editors arrive In Glacier Park lected from his neighbor and were: breaking is law breaking. The man Lick's New Postthey will be greeted In a picturesque Frank Droadus, John Hick. Carl who break the law knowingly I a manner by the original inhabitants of Prultt, Dr. J. K. F.dwards. J. S. criminal, and should be locked up for the Kocky Mountain country, the Asklns and Kd linker. The honor, the good of society. We keep Jails Black-fre- t Indians, who still stick to ary pallbearer being, S. C. Denny, and penitentiaries for just such so. Washington dispatches state 'that their tribal custom of registering J. K. Storme. J. R. Haselden, Dr. clety pirates. Glasgow Times. Senator Ernst has recommended the their arriving guest with the mam Vm. Klliott, A. T. Sanders and Geo. appointment of R. H. Ledford for moth quill of the Golden Kagle. I). Robinson, most all of whom were the postmastership at Paint Lick serving with him on thr National fight for Benefit of The Local Pott American which practically ends the Hank directory. this job, if a fight ha really been Legion Poicy, thr death of The naming of Rob made for it. Congress terIncup of sorruw Mr. brought the bitis to the Ledford, to succeed R. J. Walker, is Henry Cabot Lodge, U. S. Senator, lips of friends and relatives. He This wonderful picture that wilt certainly a popular appointment and in a speech to Republican member was one of nature' noblemen In its be shown at Roman' Opera Houte should meet with the approval of of the Massachusetts Legislature, truest sense brave, generous, man- Monday night. Apr. 3rd, 1922. at all patrons of that office. Mr. Ledly. His was the soul of honor, and 7:30 P. M. should bring out a large ford is one of the foremost citizens Feb. Nth. 1U22; "I am speaking within bound when hi friends and friendships were attendance, for two reasons, one of the town, an ardent republican, I say that no Congress in time of sacred to him. There was a daily that ever good American should see a perfect gentleman and will make peace has ever shown such an amount beauty about his life which won ev- this wonder picture that was actual- an ideal postmaster. Mr. Walker of Important, effective and remedial ery heart. In temperament he was ly taken by the Signal Corps men the retiring pottmaster ,has served legislation as has been enacted by the mild, conciliator)- - and candid; and of the U. S. Army and then too, that for about a year over hi allotted present Congress since it ha been in yet remarkable for an uncompromis- the benefit of this picture will go to term, which speak well for his serHe ing firmness. had a pleasant the Heidal Sanford Post of the Anieri-ca- n vice. eion." Legion. Let' have a good crowd The Boston Transcrlp, leading He. word and a warm handshake for all, publican newspaper of Senator believing that n "sunny face is the and show the boys we are behind Buys Nice The Lodge' state, In an editorial, March open sesame to hearts and home. them in their Legion work. One of the best team of five year 102-2- ; will pay will be well his ashes. Peace to 3, price that you spent for the good Legion quartette old mare mule in the county wa Today the record of the House of purchased by Webb Kelley of James Representatives in the first year of Rug And that will sing. The price paid Marsre, yesterday. the new administration stamps It unBe Sold was $450, and it the highest price Cleaning: Nice Home mistakably a the worst House in paid for a pair of mule in the countwenty years. It has done more One of the handsomest home in H. - llailey announces in this is thinr that it ought not to have done, sue that hi carpet and cleaning Lancaster is to be sold on April 15th., ty this year. and it ha left undone more things work are now In full operation and by Master Commissioner Drown, Big: In Boyle that it ought to have done .than any he is prepared to clean all rug and uotlce of which appears on the back House of Representatives controlled carpet at very reasonable The Leete Sale Company will tell rates. page of this Issue. A more extendeither by thr Republican or Demo-cratl- c Give him a trial and you will be ed notice will be in the next is.sue. a 255 acre farm near Danville, next party that Washington has pleased with his work. It i the George Spoonaniorc farm of Wednesday morning at ten o'clock. seen In the last decade. It has brok 319 acres, with u beautiful home Jutt Their advertisement appears in this en more pledges. It ha succumbed to in the limits of Lancaster, with every Issue. Lunch will be. served and the more pernicou propaganda, it ha Alex Denny Sick modern convenience and in clote American Legion band of Richmond trespassed In more directions upon In Richmond proximity to Lancaster Graded and will entertain during the day. It's the executive authority, than has any High School. a good farm and we predict will sell. His host of friends will regret onr of it predecessors In twenty know that Alex R. Denny, of year. Its presiding officer is help to less, its leader arv leader in name Kellogg & .Co., I very ill at Ids home only, and for the most part they rep- on Lancaster avenue at a result of . OPERETTA resent either the worst or the most the injuries he sustained while un loading a car of potatoes last week. atupid in either political ramp today. "THE FEAST OF THE RED CORN" Here and there in our Now England Complications followed the fracture delegation there I a Congressman of a limb in two places. "Dr. llullock, American Indian Operetta who Is an exception to the rule and of Lexington, has been In consultato be given by there will be ample time to call these tion with Drs. Jasper and Hume, of exception by name before the pri Ihi city, and everything possible is Pupils of Lancaster Schools maries. Taken as a whole, however, being done for the popular young However, hi condition i man. House of Representatives as the THURSDAY EVENING by the Republican party, if pronounceil very serious and hit Judged by its record to date, Is un- friends are alarmed. Richmond Reg. APRIL 6th. Ister. worthy another lea of life. Later: We are glad to report that SCHOOL AUDITORIUM Mr. condition Mr. Davis able Denny'morning. is more favor8 o'clock , thi following principal characters are assisted by Ghorui The In the last Issue of the Record we stated that Indication pointed to Open of fifty voice, Including tableaux and drills. Business the origin of the recent fire, In the Mist Delia Rice Hughes Weeda Wanta, Queen of Tribe Mr. J. A. Lee it carrying the anroom of Mr, W. C. Davit. Since I m pee Light, her younger sister ...... ...ML Lula Anderson then Mr. Davis has Informed us that nouncement of the opening of hi Threo children of Quoon barber hop which he recently pur. he had not had a lire In the room Fudgee .....,.....GIen Gordon Davidson over the barber shop for two weeks, chased of John Duncan and son, the He alto Pudge e In which event It doesn't look pos- latter moving to Danville. Arthur Hart Scott sible that the tire originated there. announce hair cut for 35 cents and Wudgee D. Manuel The blow fall heavily upon Mr. Davis shaves 15 cent. Harvey Lee, a Old Squaw, Sorceress of Tribe. ...Miss La Verne Dickerson who had no Insurance, with practical- brother and experienced barber of Under directon of teachers- of Music Department, at. many years is associated with Mr. ly a total lot. stated by teachers. of grade. Lee and will be pleased to meet hit He expect to open for business again soon, when he hope to be even old customer and friends. Operetta to be given for benefit of Library Fund of the better prepared to serve hi patrons. tchooL V. C. Tobacco F.rtilis.r for bods GnoroJ adanisslon Test! field ih.i of all kinds f.r and ground I Ike best. For sale by Hudson A Farnau. Hudtoa A Fa man. sal. iii Urn Hiiit I ot p tr i Address Fatal To John Harrison Provided For Violations Of Kentucky's New Speaks In Interest Of Posey Editors Farm Bureau f ih United Slates Ei. After an Illness of less than ten To j Anti-Bootlegg- er NEW L. & N. AGENT SUITS IN BURLEY MORGAN Allie E. Yelton Assumes CONTRACT CASES Duties At Depot The citizens of I.sncaitcr and the community in general, will extend a hearty welcome to Mr. ond Mr. Allie E. Yelton, when they move Into our midst, from Ilutler, Ky., to make Lancaster their permanent home. Mr. Yelton ha been appointed local agent for the - & N and assumed Hi hi duties In it Thursday. estimable wife and five children will arrive upon thr completion of their home on Haselden Height in the next few day. The Falmouth Outlook hat the concerning their departure from that community: A. E. Yelton, L. 4 .V. R. R. agent at Rutler, will take charge of the L. & N. office at Lancaster, Ky., on March 23rd., and will move his most excellent family to that city at that time. Mr. Yelton has Just rounded out 40 years service with the - & N. and It one of the veteran agentt on thlt line. He ha come up from the bottom. and hat in the past worked at almost every point on the road. Forty years- of continuous service makes him a "Gold Star" man with the L. & N. He it one of the best Company. agent on the road, clever, affable. accurate, efficient and ha always been popular with the patrons of the offices where he has served. In the departure of Mr. Yelton and his most excellent family from Rut-le- r, much regret among every citizen of that town will be caused, a they are moving spirit in both business and social life. We recommend them to the people of Lancaster at citizen worth while. II- To Be Filed Soon Growers Who Violated Agreement, As Well As Warehousemen Who Permitted Them To Do So, Will B Mad Defendants In Court Within Neat Few Days Burnside-Bro- wn The marriage of Mr. Cecil Brown and Mis Josephine Bumside last Thursday came a a distinct surprise to their host of friends in Lancaster, few of whom were aware that they were even weetheurts. The marriage took place In Indiana, polls, in the parlor of the Severin Hotel, a local minister of the Christian church officiating. The bride wore a traveling suit of blue tricotine, with hat and glove to match and carried a corsage of Mrs. Ward rote. The bride is thr oldest daughter of Mr. and Mr. Robert Burnside. She Is beautiful .charming, accomplished and very popular. She graduated from the Lancaster High School last year and since last September hat been at the Indianapolis School for the Deaf, where she was preparing for a teacher in the lip language. Mr. Drown i the only ion of Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Drown and is likewise very popular and an industrious young farmer. After a few day spent in Louisville, the happy couple arrived in Lancaster last Sunday and went Immediately to the home of the groom's parents, on the Stanford road, where they will make their home for a short time at least, and where they are receiving the congratulations and best wishes of friend for a long and happy life together. Paint master "At The Front" Two Viewt Of The Republican The first of the suits against member of the Burby Tobacco Grower's Association growing out of violations of their contracts pledging their 11)2 1 tobacco crop by sell. Ing It over the independent loose-lea- f floors probably will be filled with In the next few days, It was an nounced at the offices of the Association in Lexington Friday. Ware housemen who have permitted the sale of such crops over their floor, also arc to be made defendants In separate suits for damages. The papers in a number of the suits have been prepared and await only the approval of General Counsel Aaron Sapiro, of the Association, to be pressed in the courts, according to the statement made today. Many inquiries are being received at the office of the association for Information at to its methodt of mar. keting tobacco and the retults achieved under the new system ,as com pared with the old auction system. Reports from a number of counties in which the receiving plants of the Association have closed for the sea son show a warehouse expense of about It) cent a hundred pounds for the tobacco handled, while under the old system the charge for warehousing alone was not less than 25 cents a hundred and ranged from that up to 80 cent! a hundred In most of the warehouses of the nurley district. Among the states from which in qulries as to the operation of the new tobacco have been received are California, Arizona, Connecticut, North Carolina, Wisconsin, New York, Ohio, Indiana, Wett Virginia, Tennessee, as well as from growers In Kentucky, who did not sign the contract last fall, but who are joining the Association by hundred thlt year from almost every county in the district, as- - thown by the records of the Fiejd Service Division. Burley Growers To Be Paid Soon Second Distribution of of Funds Com To Members inf But Date is Not Announced Team Carpet To Another distribution of funds in the handt of the Burley Tobacco Association Growers will be made soon, Secretary H. L. Early ,of the Association, said Wednesday, but he was not able to say Just when this distribution would be Made. Mr. Earley's attention was' called to a report in which it was said to be "authoritavely stated" that such a distribution would take place and I- Sale Burley Redrier May Be Built In Lancaster con-troll- In Justice To For ............................... - ......... ....... .............J. A delegation of farmer, tobaccu growers and citizen of Lancaster went to Lexington last Tuesday in the interest of a redrier for this city. The situation was presented to Mr. Ralph M. Darker, warehouse director for the Tobacco Growers' Association. The delegation was "shown every' courtety by Mr. Uarker Red Cross Roll Rewho took the request and petition Still Coming In under advertisement after talking with them for some time aiid assur-- d The Red Cross Membership Roll them they would have every con- Call return are still coming in and sideration consistent with the inter the results are gratifying to those est of the association. who have the campaign in charge. All those who have not contributed Meeting Legion and who detire to help the work in The Record hat just finished print Garrard County are urged to tend or ing cards advertising the next meet- give their contribution to the treasur ing of the American Legion of this er, Mr. Wm. F. Miller, at the Citicity to be held at the I. 0. O. Hall zens National Bank and tame will in Lancaster Tuesday night, April be promptly acknowledged. 4th., ll22, at 7:30 P. M. Every Morning man is cordially invited and urged to be present. Owning to the continued Illness of Judge John W. Miller, the City Coun-e- ll Good at its meeting last Monday night, Harry Rice it finding .some ready unanimously named attorney Robert demand for his Hampshire hogs and Hays to serve at Police Judge, until this week he told two to A. L. Cox, Judge Miller become able to assume of Monticello, for which he reeelv his official duties. "Judge" Hays I ed $22.50 and $05.00 respectively. one of Lancaster's popular young He' also lawyers, and hit appointment will They are both nice one. told a nice gilt to Milton Ward and meet with the approbation of all our ton for $50.00. citizen. the probable time given, along with the statement that the third and final distribution would be made within four months. The secretary said it was true that a second distribution soon would be made, but that the time could not be definitely fixed now. He said full in formation would be given the 58,000 members of the Association in regard to this distribution a soon a pos. sible to do so. Call turns "Good Judge" Hog Sales It-cen- t. (It) LOST: Bunch of keys. Reward. Willie Mae Elliott. Tested while seed oats for tale. Hudson 4 Farnau. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Mch 30, 1922 pennIs SPELLS Mr. and Mrs. Duke, Mr. and Mrs. L .Sanders and son, Burnett, of Crab Orchard, Mr. and Mrs. Forest Noel, were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Ray Sunday. W. M. S. met with Mrs. Geo. Ray L. Crop Growth Is Stunted SUPREME KNIGHT When Clods Lock ENDORSES CAMPAIGN Up Food Clods are the most common cause of poor seed beds and the resulting decrease In the yields of many crops. It. K. Stephenson, soils specialist at the College of Agriculture, is telling Head of Knights of Columbus Urges People to Give To Jewish Relief Work In Europe Thursday with fourteen members and Subject, eight visitors present. "Origin and Growth of the Home MlMlon Board lei! by Miss Jane llarbcrson. Since the last meeting there has been sixty visits made to the sick, twelve trays $18.50 in cash and several garments made for Delicious refreshment the poor. were served during the social hour. Mrs. Miller, of Faycttsville, Ark-M- rs. Mariah Dean, Sulpher Well, Messrs. Will and Walter llendren, of N'icholasville, Mr. Walter Davis nnd Mrs. Charlie Dean, of Hryants-vill- e, have been here at the bedside of Dr. and Mrs. Geurge llendren and daughter, Mrs. Howard King, who have all been seriously ill at the heme of Dr. and Mrs. Dean having eeme to nurse her mother and father. Penn's spells quality. A shadow of sorrow was cast over Why? the community Sunday evening at Because OtlO o'clock, March 2Cth, when the Penn's U pncicrd nir-titDeath Angel hovered over the home in the patented of Dr. llendren and claimed his wife, the new container Mrs. Mollie llendren, aged 07 years. quality is sealed in. She had been in failing health for a number of years, but was seriously So Penn's is always fresh ill only four days with pneumonia. an entirely new idea for years Before her marriage fifty-tw- o chewinc tobacco. ago, she was Mls Mollie Jasper, of Have vou ever really Lincoln county. She Is survived by chewed fresh tobacco? her husband, who is ill nt this time Buy Penn's the next time. and three daughters, Mrs. Mary Davis Try it. Notice the fine conand Mrs. Nellie King, of Brynnts- dition. ville, Mrs. Addle Miller, of Fayctts And after that, use fresh ville, Arkansas. She was a member chewing tobacco Penn's. of the Christian church of Sulpher Well, was a devout Christian, being a wife and mother in all that the She will be greatly word means. mined in the home and also the community, where she has lived for BUCKEYE seventeen years. It has been said Mr. Clemon May led the D. Y. P. many times since her death "A good The woman has passed away," I. Wednesday evening. burial took place in Nicholasville Mrs. Mai Carter bought n nice cow Tuesday afternoon. from Mr. Dan Ray for $50. Judge Price, of Richmond, visited Prof, und Mrs. Hebart Price Wednesday. Mr. E. R. Pay visited her daugh-te- r, .Mrs. Krnest Chrisman in Dan ville last week. THIS NOTED STALLION Preaching Saturday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock, Sunday School Sunday WILL MAKE THE SEASON morning at 10:15 and preaching at FRESH MEATS FANCY GROCERIES We carry a complete line at all times Kverythinir ew in GROCERIES nnd NOTIONS. Hrinir us your Ekk und Country Produce. Lady clerks every Saturday. 6alvtlon CHEWING TOBACCO ht m Kentucky farmers In suggestions being given on soil Ullage. They not only prevent the germination of many seed but also result in stunted plant growth because no clod gives up its plant food to the growing plant until pulverization takes place, ft is said. No matter how fertile the soil Is, n filed of clods can never give the maximum crop yields, Mr. Stcphenion has pointed out. The Ideal seed bit! is one made of fine soil properly firmed, he says. "flawing is An important operation In the preparation of the seed bed and the prevention of ctod. Kiirly plowing is best provided if can be done when the soil is dry. flood plowing not only will turn under everything that is on the field, in the way of manure nnd plant growth, but also will crumble and break the soil so that it will yield readily to tillage. "As a general rule, clods are caused by tramping over n wet field, plowing or cultivating when the soil is too wet, and by a lock of sulTleient tillage. Working a soil when it is too dyr also may cauic cold formaTillage operations that give tion. best results are performed when the soil is moist but not wet. "Since poor soils usually are elod-dlthan fertile ones, one way toj rid a field of these chunks is to use manure and grow more legumes fori sod A clover soil improvement. nearly always is friable and easily cultivated. Organic ma'ter and the. wots of plants tend to caue the crumb formation neeeary to good tillage. e "Freeaing an dt hawing tend 'to clods while the use of lime-- , stone and wood ashes makes it eaier to cruh them. Thorough drainage' .mproves the tilth of wet lands nndi makes ti easier to get rid of clods.") er Army Leader Also Calls Upon People of All Faiths To Help In The Worthy Csum other faith. In a letter to Hivld A. Ilrowa. Chair man of the natlona, appeal. .Inwes A. Flaherty, Supreme Knight of the Supreme Coiin.ll Mf tho Knlshts Hf (V liiinlius, I One of the splendid features of the American Jewish llellcf Committee's iMtkiifWKle iiiieal for ft l,(MMsi for Iho rrl'cf of starting and destltutn Jewlh orplmn slid mm, women and rhlhlrott In KHrnpe is the hearty en tlursrtiiont trtvt'N by the people of S. H. ESTES STANFORD STREET. g Klon- Seasonal Tips ieties are Aroma, (inndy ami dike. one of the Fof Gardeners urttei: Noiirv ti-t joti that the Kiilchl of mil ColumtiHs everywhere are In ymhilliy with the of tmr iVlimilttio to raise funds for the sHfTorlnc Jewish leodo of lltirop. American Christians hare reason to In- - grateful for the generous pxirt git en to numerous ChristlMn eharltle by our Jew sny nothing of the Intrinsic merit of the apjM-n- l jou arc making. Christians shontii welcome thu opixirtunlty in lh dtltcn. In ordinary falrnnw. reclrocte." Col. Wllllnm V Serrrtary of (ho Jenkins Snlxatk-- National Army, In the ahxHHo of Commander Kmimlto liae I buili oltroHil. wrntn Mr. llroun em-iai- : the hoc that Iho effort will Ih RMMt siirreyhful, "to nllevHtln human uft"orliic In the strlrkcn som-of Iturope where helpless women, ehll-dren and old men particularly, vlrtlms of pot-wu- r eoiHlltl'ns there, ham; ttn the viirti' of stan Hon or worse ' In Kcnttnfcy tho ('omnniiee is r.ils nc llVtdO n. nil suh rlptinns whether from Jews iiiinJows will tie crate- fully rwo.vid. s r Turnip for spring use can be sown the last week in March. It is best to plant them in rows about IK to 30 inches apart. The late crop can be broadcasted the Intter part of July. Hunting early potatoes with I'nris Green As soon as they are about four inches high has been found to be an effective means of rontrotling potato bugs, gardeners at the College of Agriculture say. One utrt of the I'nris (ireen should be used to ten parts of lime In making up the dust. It Is well to remember In buying seed for the garden tha tgeod seed is froth, free from foreign seeds, true to name and lias strong vitality. Fifty to 100 strawberry plants KstgHsst Mrs. Asqultii, lecturer. along one aide f the garden are eKiidcr prohibition in America n sulTleient to furnish enough berries farce, but the thirsty are ready to for the average family !ood var argue the question. table-spoonf- ul air-slak- Cut worms, which are considered troublesome Insects that damage garden plants, may be controlled by using n poisoned bait made of one quart of bran, one of I'arls (Ireen, one of molnses ami a small pieee of lemon. The bran and I'arls (ireen should be mixed thoroughly and then the tno1aes added. After the irre of lemon has been cut into smaller hwos and added to the mixture enough water should be added to make the mass flaky. The bait should be scattered in smaH piles s. ever the ground iafosted with It k best In scatter it late in the evening a the worms wstrk at night. mt "BIG RETURNS THE Former W0RK"-VR00MAN FROM BUY STOCK IK TIIK Lancaster Building & Loan Ass'n AND HELP YOUR TOWN Indorsed by OKdl , culture Says Relief Work Pays Assistant Secretary of Agrl- In Wilson Adrrlnlitratlon Uncultr and Garrard County 1- Chimbcr of Commerce o COM MITTKK WALKING PAT 11 o'clock. AT OUR PLACE, ONE MILE Mr. and Mrs. Walker Uradshaw and WEST OF PAINT LICK, ON family, of Danville, spent Thursday and LANCASTER PIKE, AT with Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Jenkins Mr. T. 0. Hill. Jlr. and Mrs. Richard Burton, of r, Danville, Mrs. Forest Stapp, of were here Thursday to see Dr. and Mrs. llendren. Messrs. Luther and Taylor Raney and Mr. X. G. Preston of Lancaster came down Sunday to see Mr. Lenry Ray, who continues 111. SEASON DUE IF MARE IS Lora Mrs. L. F. Brown, M1mc Brown and Margaret Kurtz were guest of Mrs. Handy Kurtz, of TRADED OR PARTED WITH. Harrodsburg, from Friday until Sunday. Dr. and Mrs. Edwards and daughters, of Lancaster, Mr. John Johns and Miss Dorothy Whittaker, of PAINT LICK, KY., N'icholasville, spent Friday with Mrs. Lan-cate- TAKES HOLD AND HE.LPS Colds that "hane on" should be gotten rid of, for no one can stand the strain of racking cough, disturbed sleep and irritation of throat and lungs. Marie Hciiler, Freeport, 111., writei: "I had more or less of a cough for years and I have Uken quit. a number of medicines. None of them takes hold and helps like Foley's Honey and Tar." ThU old, reliable cough syrup promptly helps coughs, colds, croup and whoonlng cough. Contains no opiates. Children like it j I Telia Convention of Farmers That Food Shipped to Curopt Will Repay Them Many Fold Best way lo pay for HOME. Earned O -2 Ct Lat Yenr. PerInrtslratnt Best for SURI'LliS FUNDS UtOM I.ANCASTUt HANKS Stormes Drug Store Why do people say that beauty is skin deep? Much of it is only smeared on the surface. It don't nay to let your get the best of you. The other fellow wins by holding his own in check. quo-tion- $20.00 to Insure a Living Colt. tmpr Why should a young man hesitate 7 and stammer when he pop the The delay is often exasper ating to the lady in the case. COUGHS AND COLDS Cornett Bros. t.) often leads to PNEUMONIA K. W. Sander. j Route l!J 0 AUTO I I TIS 4 3-- Hon't trifle with either a ruueh or cold on the chest. LUXGAKDIA recognued today as the greatest No. 2. remedy ever offered for the relief of srch conditions. lU action is swift and cerum, good for any kind uf cough and bronchial trouble. Once used vou will never accent a sun- stitute. It i free from opiates and afe for children. The best drug gists from Coast to Coast sell and Buy a recommend I.UN'dARDIA. bottle today and put it squarely to (ij the l -- t. i0r and Sl.'Jfl bottle. . For Sule by 33 I I McROBERTS i ) DRUG STORE. 30x3 Tubes this week $1.50 I I i I 30x3i Oldfield tires $9.99 30x3i Firestone tires $11.65 30x3i Goodyear tires $10.95 TOBACCO CANVAS 4 mot popular of all women is one who talk to a man about himself. The tlx A .hi-k- . wise man never tutss the other He give no cant for the RCPORTS n huxhel." "Thh moans." rontinuii! .Mr. Vrooman, "tlial the Ainerlmn are making a protlt mi their sift to tho famlno stricken d'UrieK in Ilurofns, whether they rejllio it r mit I venture to say that never In the history of the world lwi there heen a imralM situation whon by giving nway Kti,. (si,usi WttrtB ( tmHl Bti,,,, ws etiuldod to ruako . large (roflt In a fow weok. The amuiing thing U Uiat eorMHd m il,e eounty U shouting wildly from the housetops in u concerted donwud tknt this (tm-he comuiuod a as then- - are hun gry MMMitha In Kuropu ami unsalahie anrptwes la America." Jlr. Vrmiimn a line of thonaht Is In with tswt of Sir ll.rry Under, wlto in a reeuat lotlur to IVd. Krttl of IHtlavllle. ehUrel tho work of the AmerieuH Jewish Itwilef oin wit lev in the to raise III. fur nilef work among the Jew Mi n4e m I'ontral and Itoitern ISurio. Ktmtui k)-- share of the immev to ho raiMd t SI&liSI ami a la smiw Immhs -- noliietil o s- uro It. I'eoplo of ull fullbs. wheUier Jowa or lotl. aro urged - e t.. ihe ran. imlRH to wivo tbwoi iinfortuiiate from Htarvatioii d m sVe (Ih-ii-i u esmiMT'j tu tglti ovor aailn. a strictly dollars nnd rents tan Anion. sii u III Im amply repaid for all Urn relief work they tin In l!uroH. deeUrcd Carl Vrooman. of Il)ln.tl. former assistant S'ecrelary of during the Wilson administration. In a recent nd drew in the Fanners' (iroln iNnters' Association of Illinois. "Thirty million dolkirs". said Jlr Vrooman, "hae uitro)irlated liy the Aiiieriran and the Soviet goternmoHt und alllimirh the im.Hey has not ull hewn exeudel, Iho print of vrn has already &e up sewrul eesit In lew-poinAgn-lultur- J. K. nOIUNSO.V, President Wm. S. HOI'l'KU, Sec't & Tres. Cut Price Paid On Wool Tied With Binder Twine Lensas high as seven cents on each pound of wool were experienced last year by Kentucky farmer who tied their wool with ordinary hinder - ioln , twine, instead of using paper twine, nr cording to L J- Harlnrber. in charge of the College of Agriculture aaenp work, who is mtugoeting thai farmers take Mepn to obtain a supply of the proper kind of twine before the shearing hkhi opuaa. With about three million punndx af wool being produced annuntty, hssmss of this kind amount to a eottttdoraMe item In the State's ahoep industry, )t - icnt to tie .ib 'U' lu lleetf , f cent about of a cent a a No pound of wool more twine should be used than is necessary to go around the llreee once each way, Mr. Hortneher said. In the past, auyurs have been inclined t discriminate against wool tied with binder twine because Abr from it adhere t othe tieece amLH-n- t We removed except with the use of expenoive machinery. If left in the wool .these nbem cannot be dyed and appear in Use cloth as white Hripos must he picked out ky bond. Wool containing those libor is eltiMed with tank aoalflbdng Intrt, it hi said. s eutT'i Hi'1 ist averages fleece or one-hal- one-tent- h I said. st rent- - a I'aprr twine pnjr i .in 1 s Only a patriot enn pay his Ineoote tax wMkMtt thlnUnx of Use eleven from JO to 281 billion af dollara foreign govern-ment- e ow no. nyi- each pound' - hk ly. tM) s rai-Mi- gn - pe-d- AkoTaaVi snefaV T Wh, (!) first swat. SHOW FINE WOMK OCINQ DONE 5a7-i1-iti- o nnnAor Hovo an I 1 Kverbo.y uh.-- expects to good time t iu- are waitiinr get busy. erne, fr TO 5 CENTS A YARD. Help Wanted A Real Opportunity I v. ID I I 1 Vulcan Plows and i I I ) Points WIRE FNCE6 Inch STAY SPECIAL 68cts ! Becker & Ballard BRYANTSVILLE, : - 1 KENTUCKY. - l 22 : 3DC :Iv'3nC ;;Xt ;- :-3K' Owoushoro, Silas Itosenfeld Is elKilr-tsmand in llenioon S. It. Jlanii nt with Vumv Krons, seen-lator yoursvut ly growing ttUMneas of tho CnMntl.r of Oxumoriv iih One of the foremost manufacturers of automobile storage batteries (one sxierelah). la all these eitltw ootte of of the llig hour) has un opening tu all fallbs are Inking ah ueliro Interest establish an exclusive distributing In the work imt only In giving suhseri-lioo- s agency in Lancaster, Ky. but uUo in urgliix otlutni to glvu. The Ixttter)' is well known, nationally advertised, is standard equipLEXINGTON S TAIITS DRIVE ment on many popular cars, und is The American Jowish ltollef guaranteed by a company with n long caiiiMlgn to raise f tftMau for established reputation. We will teach you the business and extend the aid Hie destitute Jews of Hunio Is on m . A greut iim of a poweriui sates organization. (.eaJiigtou this on Suudar o.cnuil the camWith u small investment you can build a permanent business that will paign. People of ull faiths uro contre Your in- hutttig llherully and the ludlrutlurw are make you independent. quiry involves no obligation and will that will exceed her iHotu be considered confidential. For de Unilsvlllo it nil most other cities In the to Jlr. S. Ur.'AIUiUH.V, tails write 177 North Upper M., Lexington, hy. state will conduct their campaign the week fu Jl u rib Zulu. Why not go into n pro table, rapid ry Com-uiltli-e- Keniiuky cities aro get busy and good ifdoodWI) to tbe appoul of tho Amer-li- n Jew bill everybody to rMMMilwi to Itellef Cowiailtloe hs the raise $IM.M lu Ihe state for dostltute Jowlsh peodo in .Morton lievbt. ICurofie. Norfolk, Male Vn., who 'a a nomine tho of work-- n state baa orgHitiaod OwtwodMiro, llostder-son- , anil other cities. In . and it shows Herej A Cow can give milk to her fullest capacity only when fed the right proportion or balance of milk-makimaterials. Milk is made up of Protein, ne Carbohydrates, Fat, Minerals and Water, in pro- - jjui uum mui, 'i .11.111.u11v oiJtaMiij;, can't be varied. Instead of makinp; imperfect milk, a poorly fed cow gives less milk. Feed Purina Cow Chow and your cows will pet all the Protein and Calcium needed to balance your Carbohydrate rough ncss. All we aik is that you cive Psirilf Cev Chew a trial and let your milk scales show you why you iKquJ keep on (ceding it. SrMJfflPffil COW CHOW FCCU j urn For Sale by BECKER a BALLARD, Bryantsville, Ky AAA - - The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, Mch 30, H 1 922. REPAIR DAMAGE TO LARGE TREES First Thing to Be Done Is to Re- 2 move Broken Branches That Arc Menace to Life. GOOD WORKING SUGGESTIONS We dorit If fool our vusionw-- ' MOW We Split, Wooi Limbs Have Around Wound Should Oc Cut or Sawed Away and Scar Smoth-srtLtavt Cavities Open. d Dn ""' wf Aarksttwr. ) The extensile Injury and destruction of trees uf nil kinds In New during (lie November IreMortil has brought ii.ii it) lixiulrles to the t of .xiirirul-lurUlilteil Slate I regunllng the pniT methods to he folloned III repulrliiK the ilsuiiik'e iloue The following suggestions are made by the depiirtni) nt. Rerriov Droken Drancht. Many lime n life hangs in the balance upon The tlrst thing that should he done la to remove large broken hramhes the action of ONE DRUG. that are now, or imiy hiiMiue, a men drug for When your doctor precribe a certain ace lo life uild proerly, Ihls Is usual The way to you, you want to know that you jre ly ties I dune hy tutting ut the "lnt bring your prescription to our ttore know thi it to where lirukeii, Atlentloli slioiild then tubititutei. to be filled. We NEVER he given lo lujurlei on the main trunk. We take pride in having built our drug business If lliuhs have been pllt, or pnrtlully V spilt, from the mnlii trunk, all on honesty, in QUALITY and PRICES. We all hunt for quality in CLOTHING, that's why we keep the quality up. imh bIhmH I lie Mound should he DRUG STORE McROBCRTS removed mIiIi a shuri guuee and mulWe make a husincw of selling quality Clothing; we could sell cheaper stuff at let. If not so attunled that It eali he aued off. lower prices; that are lower priced because its cheaper quality. We Allentluu should neit be given to injuries on the larger repairing the don't sell it because our customers really don't want it. branches In a similar iimmier, mid Dally Thought. .Some Our racks are full of NEW SPRING STYLES in beautiful shades of BLUE, serve to later to the smaller hranrhes, A thousand year si,ir-farm a slate; nn hour l.i.n lay It In limes when u II nit Is hroken away, the GRAY and BROWN, including the new club checks made for us by tree Is so weakened at the Hlnl of th duL Hjron. that It limy ngalii hnsik In u etere ulnd. and lo obviate this the Dally Thought. In the ten years there has be cn Man Is his iiw-i-i tar; and I list soul IOi lllUt he pmiied hnrk more or e erel). In ease of pllt erotfhes Ihe n great change In the type of roill I tin I ran lie holiest Is the only perfect advhe In fanners' lliill.tln IKS lultable fur traffic condition on main tuaii. Fletrlier. .houhl he foltone regnrdlrig the gentraveled highway, according to engillMmlliiK boiling eral Somtthlng Wrong Somevher. of the Bureau of Public Uoad neers contempt, how ihroiixh and above the crack. If familiarity bree of of the United State Dr partment It Is fortunnte that the nple are surli ts It that mo many e In 1910 plain and Agriculture Huston Tran- - Nine when It did. Miner than In treat BOYS KNEE SUITS $7.50, $8.50, $10.00, $12.00, $13.50, AND $15.00 treated macadam were consider-e- d sorljt. llarrh or April, fur ileeny priMlurlng genus grow- - hut slowly during cold among the hlgheit types of pav-In- g STETSON HATS MANHATTAN SHIRTS BOSTONIAN SHOES. weather, ronselleiilly there Is a longNeedles. for countr' road and a Urge lii which reialr work cun he Don't throw away the woru phono- - er percentage of the mileage was of the Quality lingers long after the price is forgotten. in done tiefore wnnii wenther arrives. In two type. There was a mall mile- grapn nreuie. i:iey ran lie a greul amount nails, to keep cas.s of eatntes uhi-rand a plant of age of brick ami concrete and only n nf Injury has somewhat greater mileage of bitumi- pictures in place in their rrame. cotnpHratHfly mnoll force Is avallnhle e nous macadam but the plain and for repairing the uiimage, the tt nut Where. Ignorance Is Dllsi. treated macadam were the pre cutting of long stubs can lie convent A KmiKMN p.ter Mild uitulber' In lite dominant type of hard surface road, j hentltudes : IHeed Is I he man who ently left until early spring, hut wounds or break on the main trunk, How great the change ha been U ilm-- n't LANCASTER, KY. HOUSE OF QUALITY. know the I bins that umilil or close lo It, should he allendeil to hown by figure recently Issued by made him discontented, Tran pnmiptly, In any case before wann the bereau. On Federal aid road script. weayier nrrtven. '0 completed between U1G and Leave Cavities Open. Philosophy. Horn only 2.0 per cent of the total area It Is not necessary to Mil cavities. It look around the richt ililng surfaee treated It's paved wa plain and POOR RIDGE taker Sunday, where they visited her parent. Mr. li better In most tae to leave them The types that formerly jroil uIh admire tlie wotM i;IH made, open, macadam. Mrs. Uelle Snyder haj returned and Mrs. Ollie Darr. Alt final ruts should he Immedigixa) tstif kiiii: weather constituted uch a small part of the hut when It's Mrs. I. it. Duncan is on the sick from Madison, where she has been Master Cecil N'aylor, the little son anllsep- to nitmlre It all ately covered with nome llltuml-nou- s ytiii're not eiltectml mileage were a follows: list. visiting relatives. of Mr. and Mrs. Luke Naylor, Ls hiy lulu. Atlanta ("intllilll.m. macadam, .1.1 per cent; bitumiThe three small children of Mr. and Mesdames Henry ICay and Jess Ray spending a few days with his aunt nous concrete, f.,3 per cent; cement Mrs. It. II. I'reiton have been quite visited Mr. William S. Ray Thurs- and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Marin Crass Found Valuabtt. concrete, 19.3 per cent and brick, sick. day afternoon. A murine grass found extensively In 4.1 per cent- Mr. and Mm. Klijah McMillinn and Japanese waters yields n riher which, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Ray and James An ovtrslght. when mlteil wltli cotton, ImiIIi son spent Sunday with Mr. and Mr. S. Kay spent the day Sunday with Ths Thing Thit Matter. He "When I married you I had ens and rhenMs thread il'iislly mads Kay. John Mr. and Mrs. Jesie Kay. "It does not matter tuurli whom boundless adoration for you I could of the latter almie. Mr. and Mrs. Cleo Hay and chilMr. and Mrs. Harris Teater and fairly hnve devuured yout Now 1 lite with In this or lil. but It matter f.M we dream a great deal whom dren spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. son, W. M., visited the latter. parllui! I didn't dn it." Lu Regiment. Ltison Taught by Nature. From "Youth and toe llrtglit .Madiisa. S. T. Whittaker. ents in Madison Sunday. Nature never hurries; atom hy atom, by Wllla father. Muilc on Tablt Knives. Mrs. Mose Kay, daughter and win, little by little, she urhteves her work, Mr. and Mr. William S. Ray and In thi Sixteenth century it was cuss baby, were The lesson one learns In fishing, huntSixteenth Century Statues. Trail section visited of the Wolf visitors of Mr. and Mrs. tomary to put on one side of tin s Ktmiiif lim in III, util ing, raiding or tainting Is the here Sunday. S. N. Sanders recently. Idrtde of table knives the musical INrllie) nature patients with lunny of .n.Wory f fimrvlMi( Mr. and Mr. Kdd Moberley and Mr. and Mrs. Kirby Teater were nole of the benedleiton or grace - delay. Ilmersou, l..it- lil tu the IIm'"it nf two tutmeMt, and on tlie other sldu tli.i baby spent a few days last week at visitors of Mr. anil Mrs. Kemp Walk(me lic of tlie rtliteeiith . grac-- - after . Origin of Mt Hebron with relatives. er, of Teatersville Sunday. a seigneur artunl uMi'plH. It p- Min-,i'd- ' as Tlie expression Htferel Is eveeuted lo shun ami Mm. I. cm Irvine and daughter Heat and the Opal. and Mrs. Mrs. William Simpson lilarly used to drwrtbe nil ndvnncetl some mutilation. The ullier IhIhm l Tin- - opnt shows lit exiioWlte colors spent Saturday night and Sunduy I'aUy Simpson spent Sunday wiUi In terra rot la and life uae It repretne of Intiitliitiion, liii'l ll origin In Imm( when warm, and dealer autire with Mrs-- llrodford Ilurdette. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Matthew. sents a woman kneeling at rajer. her India, where n eertaln tniii'ty of drink this peculiarity will hold an opal Mr, and Mrs. Karl llroadus. of LanUtlus renders ll Inketi In exiv mu4 tolned, etldeiitlv .i inti-llmi'- s Mattkew In the band before shuwln: It In order Mr. and Mrs. WllHam caster, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. and daughter, Arlclgh. were guests to eiilmnei) Its rltaiislng luster uud hllnd frnu unet ! Sixiinri', or dur iMdy. Tim head Is mining In the iitellmty of ing the triod ttwt the moon u shin James I. Sanders Sunday night. teenth century the of Mr. and Mrs. I.. L. Matthew Mon- thereby lo secure n hlclier price for It. niM't da ng The condition In exln-miurveboeufs holntigvd i U. (I. and T. T. I'reston, day. 'j-tus long as IS or Hi d.t). Samvat. Mi'riilor. counters of MwitMreiiu, of Lancaster and Wm. Whittaker, Ssmviit Is nn abbreviation of thn Mr. and Mr. Floyd Snyder and thia vicinity Tuesday, son, of (luy, were in which Harlan and Miss Bertie Taylor, Sanskrit word .Sauivui-uni- . Deeaytd Stump of Cum Tree Prepared Samvnt l the method of The many friends of Mrs, Mary of Madison, were visitor on Poor means for Filling, Fumigated and Painted. A. Sanders regret to hear of her Ill- Kidge Sunday. recKi'timz time used generally lu India, ne n Itensal. t'hrUMmi dale aro ness nt her home on the Lexington Mr. and Mr. Hubert Simpson tie and waterproof paint. II will not to Sitmvat bv adding ."7 to the he necessary to specialty treat the road. 'llivered" to Stony Point Sunday,! I i in year. ends of long stubs Hint ur to be re. II. Mrs. I. 11. Duncan and Mr. moved close to the trunk later In the I'reston nttended the funeral of their season, uncle, Uobcrt I'reston at Mt. Hebron In no part of repair work should Saturday, climbing spurs be used on a tree. Miss Ilernice Motculf has return.Spur murks cause Injuries through 13 which It Is kslhle for disease unit ed to her home In Paint Lick, after genus to enter mid cause dam- .spending several days with her sister, deciiy age. In some cases more seven than Mm. V. Ilurdette. nil in would have dct eloped from Ihe orig.Mrs. Walker Ilurdette and children inal simple break, spent a, portion of last week with her reItciiiciuhcr that prevention l better mother, Mrs. It. Z. Price, at Paint Our cleaning business is open and ready for than cure. The wound of toduy Lick. Mrs, Price accompanied them lHVme Ihe decaytsl rpot of next yeur Spring operations, and we will call for your Carpets, and Ihe ihvp rotten cuvtly of ten home for a few days visit. Rugs, Etc., if you phone us. Can make them like Mr .and Mrs. Harney Hait spent jeiirs from now-- . It Is licttcr to spend new with a very small cost. I have the Conners-vill- e a few- days or dollars In careful repair Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. It. H. work now- - t liun hundreds of dollars I'reston. Equipment, the best vacuum suction cleaner Mesdames S. New by and for extensive tree surgery in ltttO, Lewis Simpson and daughter, Agnes, made. were guests in the afternoon. Cue-lan- (rr.f.l.l W lh- - fnH.I t.t !.pirii'St nver iii.-n- SubsiMrte ue splln-lerei- l k"Is Decade Shows Changes In Types Of Road Materials lt Hart Schaffner and Marx SUITS MENS $18. $20, $22.50, $25, $30. UP sur-fac- ? -- small-heade- uei e sur-fac- Jas. W. Smith gd re-tr- ., rela-tivc- mull-tier- lie-fo- rcp-rwe- iit Moon-Eyed- nie-.it- t lii Me-wr- s. s ,w-- The International Harvester Co. OF AMERICA Ready for Rugs and Carpels Lancaster by us Is now represented carry a complete stock of and we will pairs and implements including the o-- ' 0EERIN6 BINDERS and MOWERS - See us about your DISK HARROW. We have prices that will please you. Our BUGGIES are the best and the most reasonably priced. BRIDLES, COLLARS AND HARNESS oUl kinds. Your business will be appreciated. SOIL SH0ULDBE PULVERIZED LOYO Where Coarse and Lumpy, Plants Will Not Thrive on Account of Air Spaces. Few funli'iiers reullie the linivortanix of pulverizing the soil as deeply as It It piuweii. no mailer now- - perfectly the surface Is nrenared. If the soil I coarse and lumpy Istluw, the plants will not thrive, air space In the otl are a detrliueiil, but n large number of very smull air imces lu the GIVE ME A TRIAL fioodloe (6 Walker Bros lrge MM n Mr. Fred Snyder and baby, visited her mother, Monday, Several from here attended court day In Lancaster Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Bailey Ray spent the day Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sebastian. Mr. and Mrs. Cleo Ray and children visited Mr. and Mrs. Squire T. Whit- - LANCASTER CARPET AN0 RUG CLEANING WORKS H. L. BAILEY, Manager. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. a buceAL, The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Mch 30. 1922 J GOD OF FUN t CITIZENS By DORA NUTK. EDITORIAL Financial Resources THE FINANCIAL RESOURCES OF A COMMUNITY ARE THE BAROMETER OF ITS PROSPERITY. Add to these resources nrjtl you quicken Its vancement. Detract and you proportionately adob- JOSEPH'S EXCLUSIVE LADIES OUT- - Poets Little and Easily, Done With a. 6t llll, r MtCUr eeaafderatlon, Mabel 8upln had ar rtvtd at the declalon that a the Worn- n't Reform leajru candidate for may. er, the could no longer tolerate the Mvoloaa conduct of William Suxden, ker husband. She would move her to Preamvnle, personal belonging their autnmrr cottsce, and proceed to art William free, to purine hla chosen career a satellite to Ml.a Maltle LlRhtfoot of the Tollle," A atie did not care y have thl before new disseminated hr win ready to net, he liiformeil the wn-ant- a that ahe wished to rehear? her speeches for the coming political cam palim and the; could take the day off. Having ttiua cleared the track, tin' set about sorting and packing her belong Mr. William Kugdcn. waking from an early morning uasp, hla drat at home for several weeks, groaned and rolled over. ImU nlght'a party had certainly been the licit of series. Maltle was lVfy" Utile hunch of frill, ahe could make a fellow forget for the time being that he waa un old codger. He tried to select another more comfortable poaltlnn, but no amount of moving eeuicd to relieve the Mead? boring ache In hi back. Then he bethought himself of the liniment In the bathroom, and with hope again return lug, started for the medicine closet. With her early Mart and no Interruption. Mr. Sugden had systemat-Icall- y cleaned out all of the closets, sorting and parking methodically. Everything had teen examined and parked, or rejected, except one small he drew thla to the middle of box. ever have worn these I On the top luy a pair of round toed, black allk dancing sllp-- r and a black and orange harlequin en p. She milled faintly aa she regarded these articles; bow absurd to think that Mr. Mabel Sugden, candidate for mayor on the Women' lleforni leagtin ticket, could eten have worn these! She put on the slippers and placed the harlequin cap over her carefully waved coiffure. Removing a layer of tissue paper, she nncotcred a bluck harlequin Milt, trimmed with big dot of orange velvet, which ahe held In front of her. "? Iteally, while she had become more (UgnMed, her figure waa no bluser than when die wore t tils absurd dress She banquet. at their purtlng had made an adorable "Yuma Varna girt. Hilly had called her a puff of thistle down and how they hnd laughed and laughed when he danced and capered before the big figure of the nilllken.- She delved Into the box further and then- - was the llllllken costume with ItH grinning feature. Making a mock, lug bow, die hummed lightly and made a few tentative tepi of the old dunce. ure, certain tep, ahe Then with Ktarted to dance to the tune of HMy liul.y. Baby llllllken." William Sugden, making hla wuy with suppressed grouna down the hallway, ratiglit the refrain of the song and listened, shaking hla head. Aa he drew near hla wlfe'a chamber, he wan Mart It'd to hear a clear burnt of the chorus. "For you're my Baby, lluby llllllken." Kntlrely forgetting hla agony, William drew himself quickly Into the shelter of the portiere und eekcd Into the room. HI wife, entirely of the presence of another it-o- u In the house, was beglnnlug the second verse of her song. A she gilded it nil Imued before her llllllken en the sofa, William Sudgen had one of the Inspirations which had lifted him from a aide street hardware to owner of u chain of stores. Controlling hla delre to groan alouil, be dropped softly to the floor anil sitting bolt upright, with hla anna close to hi aides in the xiMure of the original IllUlkcii, he slid hlmseir h degrees Into the ceiiter of the chum-hewlill." hla wife gestured and sang to the llllllktn. When she r .'in lied the chorus, she whirled urouiiri several tllnu.'. Hla wife gave u startled shrlrk ut thla nppvritlon; then the desire to laugh nttrixiwercd her completely and The ahe burst Into eaU of laughter human I'.llllkm never stlrrei,. and through tier 'Iuk-- lingers, hi, wife beheld the sad, sorry, emlnenlly llllllken souring at her. She tried to regain her dignity, be the purpoteful, progressive Mrs. ijiilnd Sudgen, b.it how could one look dignihurlnjtilti's fied In a aultl Willi n little rush, she run to the Itllllktn, and throwing her -- nil softly la his around liltn whlsH-reear, "for you AUK my llahy, llt- - llllllken." While hf kissed her and promised to help on the majorat campaign, If only she would Jult love and slr.g to her old W'.llkiu. William never that the first Mow of tears Imd been ruticd by the acute ugoity lit bis buck. co-e- d er r, I . After Htwpiptt ajraSlrat. waktful nlfbt of careful NATIONAL BANK THE BANK THAT ALWAYS TREATS YOU RIGHT. FITTERS ONE PRICE OUR fiLUHAI DYE and QUALITY MOTTO. struct its proKress. C. K. ENGLE GROCERIES EVERYTHING AND NOTIONS. This should evidence to all of ua our Individual rcponi-bllit- y toward our home town and It people. These people are your friend and neighbor. YOUR INTKRKSTS ARK KINDRKD. Thuj,ynu should take no personal action in any community matter wltho-i- t taking- - into consideration Just how-I-t will effect all those living here. You can safely bet, folk, that every' Dollar you remove from the commercial and industrial life of Lancaster deprive just that much employment and vocation from omcone who need it. And when you remove employment and vocation, you will remove from our midst those individual who are dependent upon it for the sustenance of their home and fnmille. THIS IS AN ABSOI.UTK IRRKFUTABLK FACT. You may think we hove enlarged upon thl matter, folk, when we refer to your INDIVIDUAL ACTS n being to the 'welfare of Lancaster. To the contrary' it should make plain the path that are opened to all of ua in extending- the we owe this wonderful community. highly-importa- KINNAIRD BROS. Dealers in DODGE BROTHERS MOTOR CARS, GOODYEAR TIRES, THE BEST. log. TUBES, ACCESSORIES Nuhil Vj tm In fee iih tllmtiona en tsthsk4 Ihsl mills. t.UlMj. sIsmIU Mr slml lirslnd II la mm msr b n s MU ran srr'r It sM II mta Ihsl KU look Mltl.lr mVN okl ttraw how sa4U4 fnh sn4 nr. au4 nutur oVI tlrav hmU Nukst Or U1 IsJnl II a a rl II IhM Uastlral Itnlah n4 main rtOors star's malton. Nshat kmrlr rmsnfil, watrrarvof, Wavia lk srr ft snj sIUW m II tr 1 irstt, r run. tsdr Alwa fat for Nul at truS ht Mr swa rH II. Asr Jrarllil er ikpartnrnl Han will tkow rwi IK (Mrtn awlor Nhl ilMltr cssiwt las sir Ceior Card. If mi, ersVr tiirrrt frem L. us. . VrU, Mut rubr dnlmt Chrlatsua Cornf any, Jstkaen. Ttna. rJor, farla Mmt rlis J. F. HOLTZCLA W HOUSE FURNISHINGS R. H. BATSON'S CASH STORE iw , "Everything For The House." To begin with when you need .Merchandise or Service- BUY IT IN LANCASTER. This simple procedure keep your money at home, bank it here, pay the obligation of our people and thu find itself on it way back into the channel of local commerce and trade and even back into your own pocketbook from whence it came. CLOTHING, SHOES AND GENTS FURNISHINGS. yr t. "KENTUCKY FRANCIS-SMIT- H RNE"-C- SPIRIT 0L J. E. DICKERSON AND SON LADIES Stop and think n moment, friend, of the transaction involved in a procedure of this kind. THINK OF TIIK MADK P0SS1BLK In the handling of these s and the business transactions ensuing a a result of keeping them among ourselves. Dol-lar- LEVY MILLINERY AND NOTIONS. State Chairman of The Amrican Jaw. Ish Relief Committee's Campaign Of nmarkabl Demonstration OUTFITTERS V WHERE THE THOUSANDS SHOP. In contrast picture in your minds th ereult of spending or sending these Dollars away from our city. By so doing d you have in a single action, a ubstantial portion of our commercial industry and tranfrrred to some distant community asset that are a DISTINCT LOSS TO LANCASTER AND ITS PEOPLE. side-tracke- Our Stock is kept alive and Our prices are right. Our aim is to fill your wants. e. -- People Ar Worklna of All Faith Together to Mak Th Drlv a Hugt Succc" U-v- Public Square Phone 184. F. B. MARKSBURY AND COMPANY FLOUR, MEAL AND FEED George WashOur Brand ington, White Swan, Queen of Lancaster and Liberty Bell. HIGH-GRAD- E WE claim the keeping of our money at home, friends, is the first step in the building of a "real city." And from the standpoint of yourself should be the easiest. To begin with, MERCHANDISE AND SERVICE IS HERE IN AIIUNDANCE. There is not a business man in Lancaster today but who is ready to serve you to your utmost satisfaction both In quantity, HOTEL KENGARLAN Mrs. A F Sanders, Manager. quality and price. BEFORE YOU TURN THIS PAGE we want you to glance through the list appended herewith and realize this is o. And they are only part of the entire number who not only to serve you, but also our community I .ancas-tc- r. Think it over. arc-read- System. Latest Swing Sifter Bolting i Groceries, Cigars, Tobacco, Candies, Fruit. An excellent Restaurant in connection. Take your Sunday 6 o'clock dinner with us. PAINT LICK Mr .and Rev. Willlis Roger is ill at this their 50th. anniversary Tuesday of writing. last week. The children and grandMr. Sam Davi was in Lowell Tues- - children brought dinner already cooked. lay evening. e Mrs. Jack Davi spent Friday with Mrs. Ada Ely and Mis Kate Davis. Sunday for a Mrs. Sam in Kirksville MIm Edna Underwood Is on the hort time, having gone to spend the Shortly after day with relatives. tick list thi week. they were there, their sister, Mrs. Olin Patrick is confined to his bed Joe James, of Pari, went after them, I with something like flu. bringing them back home as after Rev. J. B. Skagg wa in U'oodburn they left n crowd from Pari had past week on business. the come, bringing dinner already prepar- -' Mis Kate Ely was a recent week- - el. Miss Kate Ely worried awfully nd vUitor of her cousin, in on the return trip, not having prepared anything In advance for dinner,, Rev. E. B. Uourland and Miss Joyce but when she reached home there Syler, of Lancaster, were in I'ain was roast, hens, boiled ham, cake and j ick Monday. ice cream, ana an tne goon inuigs to Mis Ida Hurt's school at llyatt- - go with them. The following partook ille closed Friday and ahe i home of the bountiful feast: Mr. and Mr. S. J. Bagby and three wans, Mr. and for the vacation. B. J. Sknggs were Mrs. Joe Jnmes and Mr. Ada Ely, all Rev. and Mr. Bloom-Ingtolinner guest Tuesday of Mr. and of Paris, Mr. Netie Jewell, of III., Mr, and Mrs. Joe Gaily, Mrs. Leslie Shepherd. of Kirksville, Mr. and Mr. Alex Little Billie River Peyton, of Un- and son, of Roundhill, Mr. I aunt, Pruitt Ely caster, here for a visit to her and Mis Kate Ely. Martha .Mrs. II. J. Chestnut. Mr. and Mr. 0. T. Hnmmack um Time Clock for Orators. family were guests Sunday of Mr. Members of the British I'lirllium nt nd Mrs. Eph Hummack. pay little iittntlin to the rules In force limiting the linutli nf Mrs. B. B. Montgomery Is on the aick list, this week also Mrs. W. 0. tin- - spiis'lies Ix'fme tin- - body und It i now proposed m put In u time clock Anderson and Mr, Jack Davis. willed will limv Just the lenk'tli of Mr. J. V. Scott and alstur, Darn, lime tlmt u tpetiker lias conuuieiL It week-en- d guest of their slater. is set ut zeto at the heglunins of I.U were reuMtrk. Mr. E. M. Center, of Rnvenna. community are The people of thl Wonder st Weman. glad to welcome into the) rmidst, While from the West nre Mr. and .Mrs. T. K. Price, of Danville. no (iircer itMiknl mi with auiHieiiuut Mr. Nettie Jewell, of Blooming. and awe liy tin' Jhiic-- . there l - lie ton, HI., is here for a visit to her occtili'titnl I Hit- tlmt never full to exEly anil other cite Interest, utid that Is the fair haired sister, Mr. Martha Nut ImiC sllite, u .I't.l.K filiuili. Ely-wern, sonit-tjtiies Falr-Halrc- d Mr. Denton. Mr. Mike Noe celebrated i'it) thins lioux-keeiK- Beauty in Everything. nu imi) flint eurli day: jnu may only pick up n fnllfh Ifwlln r. hill It la hentltlful, ciitj tilatuenl AImhjs heuutlful; Vixi do nut kiKiw what kh-Ii- I'tMUtlful. lliclurd Jef-frrU'- vj lJ MEN! HERE'S A BARGAIN Clothes tailored by the Scotch Woolen Mills. In Fine Made-to-Order iiispHj l hi- - cult to akl. "W'hereier Hsqale listni the story of u a a start Ins urphans and the tin. (il,lsa howeles, liHBsry, freeilnc (mIim lll' of Jewish refncnn, there I an Our speaker iutM.iirlns of pl.tlm-a-. ri'iHtrt l hut lanre ainllenres listen with riteHlhlrs- - Interest to the uixal of the lartiiii: and deslltute Ih I'entrul and Itustern )5onie. In this srvat work Hsqde of all faiths art- - urged t inntrihute. In the CUNNS CHAPEL dlatrlhutlon of fiitt.lt In the fiiinlne1 alrlckwi dlatrtais lu liiinqe no question Mr. W. B Ray is an the sick list. la asked as to the faith of Dime In Fully .'HI per rent of the money Mr. Walker Locker wn in Ijincas. we raise goes tu non-Je;er Saturday. It a greut cuuo und Kentucky Is Mrs. J. R. Spark was ill several maklnc a reNine.' days last week. Mr. and Mr. Harlan Davi hnvr gone to housekeeping. The little daughter o Mr. and eht-sts1 sph-mll- d for Turpcntintv hlli the Turf liline Iims liwiiy n- A little will iippriswle It In the slid on wiihh U) llshtens of the hiiiinlry lulHir. ami a to u ijutirt of water, .f ppllel to plniits iii.i. h we-k- . will make the leave treeiier and isatc the Wmhi It Is a sure to h.HoiHe hrishter HirnliiHt mollis by Jiut dritipiii . a trltle III the IhiIKhii .if ilmw. er and eHplioBrds. Uns "Kentucky camiMlKn ! colnc ble." of Uiulstllle, declared Oil. Prvtl ttate rtialnnan f the American Jew-- j Isti Relief Caimmltlee drhe for $t.'i, ihi this week. ulilch "Neer hat I seen Ihn iitlnulam und tlm teat for work at a higher pitch throughout th" Male th.Ui l Iikt shown now everywhere In Ken- re thai Kentucky link) Inillciitloii will he enrolled 111 tho of stale that hat nstrhet and Kir, their quotas In lhr prehma we-of the National head-- , nation wide quarter In New rk (1 and Zne hmdquarters Ih Cbkaxo urn wutrhlns Kentuiky with ereat Interest and we are gitiiie In -- Ht ihrfH wlwit the state ! will do .11 surh mm uiH-al- . 'One of the ihmi remarkable fea- tun-f- l f Ike MWpnlcn U the "plrndld kelp el tin h) the f .ill faith. I never liner iltHmHtalrutlun of fnilervil spirit. Ih biindri-df coin- thrtiHKSHHit Krntiii-khimiltles the s rmM.i;ii is Ik4hc KMduited by in :ln cities and larger itn twua where Ikera- - an JewHIi ureJiil-zatiotiI llt itfle a nott-Jt-w- ., I he iMtti-Je- u are answering THEY'RE ALL ONE PRICE Made To is sick. Holmnn spent Saturday night with Mrs. John Hall. Mr. II. M. Kurti and sons, were guvt of Mrs. Forest Stapp Saturduy. Mi Annie May, of Ilerea College, I expected home for the week-end- . Mr. Clay McCuIley spent the weekend with Messrs. Edward and Welby Mr. Hiram Mr. Russell nSBRR Tenter, Mis veek-end Mary Lee Kurt spent the with Miss Mayme Stapp, of Order relative. fi'Mco-lwlri- Mr. and .Mrs. R. F. Ralston und rcMillile To Reclaim Und Motor Oil. been organised In A coinptny ha Loudon wliti llit object of reclaiming state lubricating oil. The wuU oil ran be bought at prtoa ruiigluc up ton and In tgtue to about I'tKf cases can Imj liud for Hie cost of collection. It I planned to establish a plant near London wltu a rapacity of treating GO tuia per week, which, It I believed, can be easily collected In Loudon aud other xlnU lc the various' cltle of the klugduia. fctcleutlfic Amcricwu son, K. r., Jr., were bunnay guesu f her fathur, Mr. J as. A. Scott and family. Mr. and Mr. R. II. Led ford and children were dinner guesta Sunday of his brother, Leslie Ledford and Mr. Ledford. d Mr. and Mrs. Ansel l'urki, of were in I'alnt Lick Sunday, visiting Mr. Park's parents, Mr. and Mr. Win, Hurt, Sr. Mr. II. I. Wallace has returned from Lexington, where she was call-eby the serious illness of her broth- Rich-monft of T'ikjo, to iHtili a ulllMpse of her. Han fr Seotrli h'lrl n H i.ltin.- -t e Suit $25 Any Any Full Suit $29.50. Two-Piec- $25 La n caster. Mr. John Hall and little daughter .pent Sunday with Mr. and Mr. Russell Holmnn. the slreet eneer were the Hi.uIi-riot In These are the swelleat good Ae huvu een In a long time -- rich exclusive deigns In thu most beuut.fufcolors. A Gcod Word foi H m. rep-:- . he the thwltll u iwiii In the lie ;!.I4.i..inmL H iNtttl. Ills body wn l.r ctl In Ilia tTHve, nnd, according t un ild I'etiii-hiinlii'iiiiiin custom, the petinlu sHxid nmund the open tnie. uultliis for someone to soy some good ililng uUiiil (he deceiisi'd hi' li re tilling the irate. After u l"li wnlt. liu.lme -l b'chulie said: "Well. I euli mi)' one oot thine about lluiwlie uusn't us menu as he w si iLiiliuca." Eacluslva Dealer for iniwlVKst ii lu) COYS. SANDERS The I'nherslty Lemur Miue Myrtle and Christine Du-vspent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. John Mrs. Printus Walker and daughters of !.ancuter, were guest of Mr. jmkI .Mrs. W, li. Ray Sunday, Mr. Curtis East and ion, Alexander of Nicholatville, were dinner guest of Mr. and Mr. John Land recently, Mr. and Mr. Hobart Tenter and ion, Mr. and Mrs. Hughey Moberly and daughter, were guests of Mr. and Mr. Harvey Tester Sunday, Rev. Littirell will conduct a quarterly conference ut the Methodist church here Saturday evening and Sunday. Every member Is requested 'o be present if possible. tt 'y ', If quality-wa- s '', 'j mcasurcUbyGoId, womkI be priceless" ttefiopcrwltery xx Sv We Rechdrqe and Repair all makes of Dutterlcs CONN end CONN The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Mch 30 922. I STAKE TOMATO PLANT Public Sale ON AT 11:00 A.M. on the premises, I TO OBTAIN QUALITY Adapted to Every Garden, Wheth cr Larga or Small. Started Indoor and PUntl Grddoal'y Hardened to OwUd Two Method, CMtMtef for Horn, Garden. Should Oe AVOID NASAL IF YOU ACHE USE AND THROAT VACIIER-BALH DISEASE msmm Jar, or Tubei, 30 Cents. Larce Jars con ta.n ru 2t times r.j much VACIIER-BAL- H at (10 irum! mr Tom iter Saturday, April 1st. will otter at public sale a six room house and lot located in Hill Court. This house is at present occupied by C. B. ftastin, who will be glad to show the property to any prospective purchaser. cash; balance one Terms: One-thir- d and two years. uruVh. wheUier Urtfv r mll. n m1i enrty In the T l. n under ewver ntumtH I f u.e before f.ir li rtx wet (Htt'lmw.the weather WHriii d the hmtmie r plant hIiohW be twtn before settlHg HfHii In the i;wh ywmil. Two tt'M pHHt ran iiohhI-ibe tnrrlmed at the seed store rlnnix'r limn Ihoy rmn ! grown. plant are wmsnlly the beat If they rati br wMntl be gmdwiiNy ImliH.r plant hnrdetiel l outside nMi'lltlti TtiH done h til" ifi the Ihxm or inn tnml A. mmr. tn ffii'n ed ar I ( i HI U ' . ju cannot get In ti..- T I wn, VAI'n!;.-- IS, , r, j . n- -. 5 nnth.n(r ro matter better, whnt trfinil nf the t ..n 1, larynx, t J f ins; to previi A en hi (term en. Imc th syjterr. It , j. ill VACHER-BALM pay. ASK YOUR DRUGGIST Fa! directions fr relieving all (hese ailments with each package. is no ordinary remwdy. DON'T eprimnt, Its effect in quickly relievintr I'AIN' nml SOItK.VKSS u the HEST and AVOID IMITATIONS. 90 is simply wonderful. There r no harmful ingredients in VACHEIt-UALM- , ternally, and safely on very youns children. Safecuard your VArilKR IIALM a directed. it may be ued Internally n well ns child nninit SPASMODIC CROUP by exap-pi.- ForSnlt tit McROBERTS DrunStore, Luncaster, Ky GUY. Mrv William Steel I h quite ill. Henry is on the ittle Mix I.ouie uk lUt. Mr. Z. T. Itice, Sr.. of lUehmsnd. a visitor here Friday. Mr Joe Ilrewer vwited Mr. and Mi- H. V. BASTIN miYAXTSVILLK Mm. U K Hj In I James Yantis Sunday. John DonaldMMi was a vii- r Wednesduy of Mrf. Wm. Sutton. Mr. Tom Ward wa a dinner Ktiest I r lay of Mr. and Mrs. James Yantis. Mrs. J. II. linker was n "iiwr ,. Tuesday of Mr. ami .Mrs. Foreit - Mrs. Willie Francis Prather Little Mi is the KUet of her grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Walker. Mr. George Drown has returned home after a visit with Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Hervey of Paint Liek. Mrs. Henry Tuttle and Mis Fannie Meridn were visiter Thursday of MWe Mollie and Ethel Ilarnes. Mhses Anna Mae and Lillian Kldil were entertained Sunday at the home of Misses Lucy and Nolle Turner. U- n' t Her main frteiids wish Mr. E. John Simpson Kl.lrr. of.Nirbolasville eepnt Tues-d- a Tomatoei Staked, Mr. It. I Burton spent Friday with Mrs. J. Hognn Ballard. mt In whl'h tin" are ptante-with Mm. W. K. Davi. Mi I.ettie Broadu ami Mr. Arch h ilnj' when for eernl lumx were in Brwarfu attended the funeral of Mr. the weather l wnnii They may be Mr. and Mr. Jo DanvtPe hpta Satnrdny. Curti l'ree at llurkeye Thurwlay. left Nt all lilsht whrti then l no the main Dr. ami Mre. II. H. Mtntmery dancer of frwt Plant Mr. IJssie Wuths. of XkH4a.rtl!o. or Inte crop ran be "farted indior wcek-omHMaa ami children of Paint Uck uml Mr. wkh Mis spent the l warm, after the crtniid lm I.-".- ' 1'annie llryant were viitur. Tuewlay Ion. Two method ate In nie fur 8mw Inc toiiiiiti, In srileft. In the Mis Mary BWxabetli Hulelt vWted of Mr. ami Mr. J. W. Bryant. Hulett Mm. Calvin hole in mall csnb'ti the plant may be et her aunt. A itcatly drop will wear a In dlreetbui and week. rek ami the me of lileachwl Hour two feet nart n fltlBle tew ami tle-- l then pnitied to ytem In atake wn Ihe will yor ilicetive Mm. J. Hajari ltallnrd Where plenty of land I guel Monday o( her mother in Nick- - The vitamine i klllwl nml tununl arallHble the plant may ! wt lire Your kv to four feet apart and itll.el In enw t a particle of pohion. lasvtlle. pent n half million to naturally upon the uroiind It ImiiM Mr. Howard King wai pernted on emment ha be borne In mind, however, that bv at Lexington hnitai lat Friday for protect you and ha foreeil it to be trimmln; anil tjlmt the plan' to (ilen Uly, the only one labeled. tonlllts. fake a better qifltty of fruit l oh that t Ktfe; cost no more. lalned. and that the fruit will ripen Mis Mary Brown was the weekGarrard Millini; Co, earlier than wbjti they nrv not trim end of hrr parents, Mr. and Mr. UiiiTTTnii tralnel Prom tenly tlu to George Brown. Twenty.one nations, member of fifty tomato plant will tx t - It. C Browning, of JudgeVllliam. the league ef nation, have failed to for cronlne In the home ganleii. nnd burg, mailt' a buinei trip to pay their ub.criptkina for HU1 thl number should fiiridh plenty of I'oMibly they niltake the liacue for tomatne for ninmer tte and for run lat week. Pepartment of nine t'n'leil Stat Miss Margaret Robinson ha been a newspaper. Mr I! l Iavi qj '. at this r speedy reT and Giy fr Ilrwer, of Nina, is vieit-im- c her daughter, Mrs. Wm. Steel ani Mr. Steel. Mr. and Mrs. Kdd Baker, Mr. and Mrs. Forest Calieo, were visitor in Lexington the past week. Turner Mr. and Mrs. Raymond visited Mr. and Mrs. Vic Sander of I for their Sunday visitor the Kirksville road recently. ! I Calico. Mrs. Jo Mrs. John Lane, of Judson, and Mr. Mr. Wm. Grigg. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Whittnker and Mi s Laverne Whlttaker were Sunday Kucsts of Mr. and Mrs. Mat Cobb, of the Lexington road. Mr. and Mr. Acey Harnett, Miss Emma Lois Harnett and Mr. Joe Cox of Danville, were visitors last week of Mr. and Mr. Edd Ilaker. Mr. and Mrs. It. II. Ward and children and Mis Heulah Ledford, of Paint Lick, were viltor. the past Mr. and Mrs. Green Poynter and week of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Ward family of Lincoln were recent visi. and Mr. C. It. Henry. ter of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Poynter. Mr. and Mr. John 0born, of Mi Fannie Sutton and Mr. John Jessamine, pent Wednesday with and Sutton, of the Crab Orchard road, Ir nn,l Mr. A. N. Merida spent Sunday with Mr. and Mr. Wm. were guest Wednesday night of Mr, mt . Sutton. x and Mr. Wm. Barnes. Mosdamej Carrie Davidson of Lan- Mr. and Mr. Roy Prather gave a caster and 7.. T. Rice, of Richmond, charming dinner Sunday, their quests were Friday visitors of Mrs. John ' being Mrs. Henry Tuttle, Mr. and Mr. William Walker. In the after-- I Donation. noon Mr. and Mrs. James Eason and Mr. and Mrs. William Lane and Mr. had and Mis Naylor of Lancaster were their visitor. at RR1S IF - PARADE-rtSSl uilb-len- YOU COULD GO TO PARIS, that ma re city of fasliion, to visit its shops and sec the new creations in the hands of the master designers tliemselvcs, anil ns worn ly the daring French manniqttins, what a wonderful time you would rx-- r," have! And how gladly you would ko! -You can expertenee the thrill of i trip to Paris by coming to Louisville during March 3Jst to April Stn. far Paris will be transplante-- for those day to Louisville, In tho most jrorgeon Style Show and Kxpoltlon eve staged In America. vjjfi'ii.. Acrt culture. START OKRA IN BERRY BOXES Is Past in the Alter Alt Danger of Frost Transplant Young Plants Open Garden, Louisville's Second Annual i Mow the seed of okrn In the own after the ground Iih hermiio quite warm, or start the plnnl In berry Imixim In 11 lint to tin- - garden I In-, STYLE SHOW and EXPOSITION you w.U t 'i 1 Par.. with its K.fel Hr Tiwer. It Arch W Tt uuiph, Its spraying fountains, t beaut ful boulevards, its out of door tahls. that are s much a part of n .is Bharmtng HUM l'ar.aiaa lite, and flwr rtrls and its gendarmwi. best of all here. too. you will find, A id the very in hox and on tsc. professional moKitty of Sprtni sppsr.l boulo-var- d dal. tw.es daily, will nrumenado the y of th: trinsplantsJ Pari, and the xclu:ve creat'ons U'ousht Mre In addition, by the sxhlbltlnc merehsats. performaaees. at matinee aa t eveuiox ther will be mjny wmI attractions that wiP make esra h sthls entertalnlnr. dis-ula- I mill tmiKpltiiit !nnilil I hem feet apart for the dwarf sort and S feet iipnrt for the tall kind, with the plant - feet part In the row. Okrn doe best In rather rlib hind ami re quire frequent shallow cultivation until the plant oter the ground. 11 lt nfter all danger of be I The row fmt Have New Linoleum with Pee Gee Linolife apply It your, linoleum. Vou can easily Do It today. elf at iinall "Suva tho Surface and ou Sara all.': An occasional coat of Pec Gee Llnolif preserves and beautifies The young mm tin" lid- - mr uW, mid tliee are employed prliu'limlly In tulip. o whlrh they linHirt a plenMint llnvnr and iiiiuIIhcIihhih rfmslMteney. If the xd lire renin el from Ihe plant. and none uIIohihI to ripen, the U plants will continue to pnxlnee until killed by but the hot hkI are grown on young plHiit. (ikra h1 run be dried or rantied for winter t'nlted Slutes leMrtmeiit of fro, Aari-i-ultur- u. (Ml eSVye swt Change of Program Daily Matinee: H0. 2 O'olook Nights :8 O'clock .1.c Pu. of LIME BENEFITS CLAY SOILS Ol't'lt'lt Att.MOItV All MGHTS. :Wc ItUSintVliD .RTS Xlsbt. fflo MATINiatS There are many other surfaces especially alilies. For all them use hard la your kitchen that flatdlnay and wora wssr uail soon become without the protection of good tar Application Hat Effect of Pulveriilng and Loosening, and Correct Sourness. An Hppilrutbm of ulnmt 10 onUnory 10 quart (willful of hydniied or by lime to a pbit of grotiml ISO ve feet In silo will geiierully benellrlal. Ume has Ihe itfToet of liMwenlng und pulverising any beaiy Seal. Including War Tax Saw 'M Unlte.1 Marsh rent: Hy ssndtBit 35e oath to tha Country Press. US S. Third ht.. good IBlvtlls. for tickets will botor any evsn.ng tewlved up to Ordor iMrforausN. 3 1st. S. S. S. LUMBER CO rsils -r--r Hr-t- " Co UihilSi. WillNOlO k. 15 clay soil, und of binding Iixim. minly nny sour-lieoli. Lime also rorrei-lIn Ihe Mill due to liiek of drain-Hge- . but III a eue no this kind proju-- r dnilnagii should lie soriirtil, Ume should always be applied lo the and III no case should It le put on ihe laud at the same lime as ferillUer The proer niethiul would bo to spread the lime upon the land Jut after plnwlnn and liefore liarroulint ; then apply the eommeri'lal fertilizer one week later, Umler no should lime be mined with I'oiiiinertiul ferillUer or m.in,u re, aa It liberates the uttruifeu fruiu U- -" s s sur-Mr- j ShowJlssociaiion ( AAARCH "ZAst to APRIL Qth inclusive The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday Men 30, 1922 I Ladies! You are requested to attend a school of Interior decorating, conducted by MISS E. J. BRAID, who is nn EXPERT on nil kindi of PAINTS AND VARNISHES. You will get much valuable Information from her. Will pay $1.00 to any question "in writ- ing" on paint that she cannot answer. machine suddenly blossomed Naylor out in fine raiment and rode in Again hut our heart been saddenexpensive automobiles. ed by the Reaper drath, who thrust Nothing was too gdod or too In hU sickle and took from our midst one whom all loveil. Mr. J. D. Nayhigh in price. Money was the only thing lor, who wai found ileail In bed last Tuesday morning nt the home of hi that was cheap. daughter, Mrs. Tom Trncey, near It came easily, went swiftly, Hit death came n a ihock to hi friend anil neighbor as he went and forgot to return. In the early days the foolish to beil In good .health. He wa wide, kindness virgins went out without oil in ly known for hi taking ami the Krrntc.t always lamps, and had no light. of plcniure In befriending those in their The wise virgins filled their need and made friend wherever ho i lamps, and had light. went. He leave n sister, Mr. Kuhl The virgins remind us of our i man, of Lowell and a daughter, Mr, :n t,., H nninnr iiir luni I raccy xo mourn nis loss, ne IV:UJFV. Ill lilt lllft Jud-tohospi-labilit- n. FOR EASTER We have at all times a nice assortment of all . g School April 6th, 7th, 8th, MORNING ANDEVENING Come Free to all. CONN BROS. "Live and Let Live Folks." Dt irirl Lan-catte- r, IE 3C The Central Record li.urd Advaac. J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. S. L .ELKIN, Local Editor and Mgr. Cctered at the Foit Office in Ky Weekly. PajrabU la $1.50 a Year. New Yorker found owed the government cents. that he possible and invested it in injust four terest bearing securities. They wisdom. accumulated all of the money Though we are sad and lonely they have water, but little without Mm, wc are sustained by trie thought "Of ueh is the Kingdom of money. Heaven." Though hit days are end Wiser ones saved their mon- ed he ha reaped hit reward. The ey, and now live in comfort and Lord knoweth best nnd It wHI be Joy plenty. to know we will meet in Heaven. He wa 1.1 lil to rest Wednesday That is the difference beevening at .1:30 o'clock in the Lan folly. tween wisdom and cemetery. If the people had saved (their caster a treasure, Wo hnd money instead of squandering Once he was our Joy and pride it in riotous living they would We loved him, oh, perhaps too much, For soon he slept nnd died. not be feeling the pinch of All I dark within our dwelling, want. Lonely are our heart today. Wise men saw the reaction For the one we loved o dearly that was sure to come.' They Has forever passed nway. i spent, money like water, rooiisn ncaus 01 ,, iamiiicHu.lf. Now . was twice married, hi 8"lll' ""K l"B . m.mi, lnmi. nl hu first wife be cond kinds of FRESH MEATS And GROCERIES 6URREY & OULLEY Baptist Church News The Kaptist laymens' convention Broaddus fjtst Thursday evening the Death Mrs. T. I at Second-Clas- s Mall Matter. THE AMERICAN Fottwii Advsnwint PRE5S ASSOCIATION Did he send the four cents? He did not. He elected to pay quarterly and mailed, the collector a one cent stamp. Rfp,e.tlAi.. Lmasler, Ky., Much 30, 1922 The freak action was duly reported in press dispatches, as he expected, but with names omitted. Good enough all that a fool deserves. 0 It has cost this country to keep its army on the Rhine in Germany. Some of our troops nre still there, when they should be here. Our allied "friends" have arranged for extracting from Germany the cost of maintaining their own armies there, but have studiously refrained from including the $241,000,000 due this country in the settlement. When they get their backs up against a wall in another war they will yell lustily for aid from America. And they will get it riirht where they are giving it to us now in the neck. Spring is near. Let us hope that it brings with it a reasonable resumption of business in the industrial world. Regardless of the fact that depression and unemployment have been widespread, there has been but little real complaint. The people have accepted conditions as a matter of course, secure in their faith that the tide that ebbs will always How again. Panic? There Is no such word any more. It has been erased from the American vocabulary. That, at least, is a good sign. $241,-000,00- Halt, For Political Announcements. Kor Precinct and City Offices.. $6.00 10.00 For County Offices For State and District Offices.. 15.00 .10 For Calls, per line .10 Per Card, per line For all publications in the interest of individuals or expression of individual views, per 10 line .OS Obituaries, per line .. ... ... ... Be a student of human nature.. You will learn much and be wiser. A certain project is suggested for the home town. John Smith is an enthuslns- tic sunnorter. He sees success at every turn. There can be no such thing ns failure. He can Tom Jones opposes. see nothing good in the project. It is doomed to certain failure, with disaster in its wake. There you have the two extremes of life in a small community the stumbling block which prosperity is unable to home of Mr. nnd Ilroaddus, near Marks bury, and claimed for Those who considered only little twelve months it victim their old daughter, the pleasures of the hour are Lorene. She was sick several days now wondering how to combat with flu, which developed into pneumonia. Her drath came a a shock This means heroic giving on the part guther for luncheon together at the the miseries of the future. f With the They are paying the price of u tnr family a they thought he wa sumall before April 30th. before that church .after whwh a report will be of f tiSO.000 to raise given by each department of our "proved. v,'7 mucth their folly, wat the youngc of date it means that at leatt I17.U0O a church work. Ilrothrr Martin will family of nine children. She wa day must be paid in during the month also deliver an address. Busting Busters llrethren, these services next week hv IWlt ,ml Joy-thr hoUM.ho,ll( of April. The 7K..Million campaign heaven-borwe and The Cement trust has done) and fhe grief of the entire family at was with full assurancetherefore that may count much In our own church expect t life and in the Kingdom interrsta rena' may more to bust" up the roads of,h,r u,ledn lMn wn (,ihI will enable u to meet our abroad. Shall we not make our ing in me extreme. this country than any other The writer heartfelt sympathy is pledges now, or furniih tangible plans now to attend these services agency, l ney nave done it oy extended the family in their swd be. evidence that we will pay up in full at Tuesday evening at 7:30, Wednesday later date. It is a matter of hon morning at 10 o'clock and Wednesforcing the price of cement up reavement, but they muit know her to such a prohibitive price that litle soul ha returned to Him who esty, not pimply to our church, but day evening at o'clock. to Cod, to pay our pledge In full. road building nnd improvement gave it there to await their coming. Next Sunday is our regular rhil- - "I have sold over 2,000 bottles of M. I. W. hns practically ceased. iren's services, with reception of new Tanlac and have never had a dls. members. We cordially Invite all to tatitfied cuntomer," writes Smiser's Now the government is after be with us, and urge all Haptist to Drug Store. Columbus, Tenn. them and they must face in ' Stormes Drug Store. The Death Angel hovered his icy unite in church fellowship, either by (It.) dictment in the federal courts. wings over the home of Mr. .and Mrs. lettrr, relation or on confelon of Many a man M It Is hoped they face gopd T. I. ilroadu last Thursday night, faith. better known to fame than to hi neighbors. round terms in federal prisons March 23rd., anil removed from their In the evening the subject of the as well. They will if the midst their dear little infant daugh sermon will be "Can the Dead Com The fellow who is In the right oU- - municate with the Living?" This time may be courts and prosecutors do their "r. Rp one 'ar " 20 ' ''tf,,ln wn ,,u,,t0 ,,u nn,l pneu- - subject was postponed two weeks ago kind of a man. considered the nght ' tlllty on account of the union services. They appear to be getting a precious one from us ha. gone. Next week will be a busy and Im The digniried man always has an what is coming to them, andj a voice we love i still. portant week In our church life . alibi when he fails to do hi duty. we hope they enjoy what they t A place is vacant in our hearts that On Tuesday evening Rev. J. K. Mar , It Is benrah hi dignity. . never can be filled. iriit I ,....;..,.. is till. (U IVi: f!od in His wisdom ha recalled Hii IIIU tlUtllllll; it boon His love had given, of cement does not come down Though the body slumbers here the to a reasonable figure there is soul is safe in Heaven. nre now profiteering from their Angel visited the is now a matter of history, but the Inspiration and information which it furnished will not fail to bear fruit in the day which are to come. The which It Is hoped will be well attendlaymen are awake to the magnitude ed by members of neighboring Hap- -of our task a a denomination, and hurchri. , well ns .v our nwn are determined that we shall not fall ()n Wednesday eve- to carry on to n glorious victory. ning nt rt o'clock the members will " V ,,U,,,0J" ot First Baptist , will be with Church, Jellico, us. I)r Martin is a member of the State Hoard of Mtsnons, and will bring us a worthwhile message. Wednesday morning at ten o'clock there will be a church conference, .j,,,,,, ' ' The of n Broadus surmount or sidestep. Smith is granite in his optimism. Jones is Hint in his pessimism. Somewhere there Is a middle most likely the correct safe solution but neither and Smith nor Jones is willing to take it, or even to consider it. They stand pat and the town stands still. course Congress is reducing the nrmy and navy to mere skeletons to shadows without substance. still a potent card left up the American sleeve. Let the states build their own cement works. Then let us build new roads and improve others. Let's lift ourselves out of the mud. We need good roads and millions of people need work. And incidentally, if more jails arc needed to accomodate the gougers, let's build them and fill them. Crank by his widow- - and two daughters, Mattie Mae and Maud Crank, six brothers, two sisters and hi parents. The sympathy of the community go out to the bereaved family in the loss of father, huiband, ion and1 brother. Funeral service were conducted last Friday, burial In Mt. Hebron cemetery. Andrew Crunk, agel 34 years, died nt hi home last Wednesday af ter n short illness. He la survived) MR FARMER BUY A Superior Corn Planter Superior Corn Planttr'is the standard of all Corn Planters. A liner Planter cannot be purchased. The price Is right. A Card Of Thanks Kverybody pleaie accept our thanks for the klndies shown us during the The Poor Devil! Paying The Price Of Folly Folly is sweet while it lasts, We see no conclusive evi- but the taste is better when we dence of other nations doing pny the price. While our troops were fightthe same. In fact, we have ing for victory in France the strong suspicions that if the truth were known conditions rest of us were fighting for dolwould be found to be quite the lars at home nt least the majority of us were. reverse. Money literally poured Into A dog without teeth can growl and snarl, but it Is easily America from other countries in turn for our munitions and licked. John Duncan & Son. successor. supplies and foodstutfs. There A country without nn army Nature Intended that you should Tanlac is! or navy can protect, but it can- seemed no end to the stream vat what you want. You can do it From coast to coastmillions have! known and honored and gold. repel an invader with its of not if you take Tanlac. taken it and pronounced it the great- Prosperity came with a leap, (It.) Stormes Drug Store. est medicine ef all times. tongue or with its lists. We need no weapon of of- profiteering with a bound, and Stormes Drug Store. (It.) Card of Thanks fense, but is it wise to destroy insanity outstripped them all. Keep your best foot forward, but Everybody made money We wish to thank our friends and entirely our means of defense? make the other hustle to keep up. big money and apparently neighbors for their kindness and during the sickness and death Some people will pull off any the question uppermost waa Some people are the butt of of our husband nnd father, J. H. because nothing elio At them. fly. kind of a fool stunt in order to how to make it Poiey. newsit flew. And get their names in the Mrs. J. H. IWy, Practical Jokers are avldom pracpapers. tical when the Joke is turned onto Forest Calico and family, efJHsl People who before the war Lewis Murphy and family. them. In figuring his income tax a J could hardly afford a sewing sym-path- Little Mathilde .McCormick, father, Andrew Crank. Mrs. Andrew Crank 17 and self willed, wants to and daughter. marry a Swiss riding master old enough to be her grandCard of Thanks father. We take this method of thanking Her father and her mother the friends and neighbors for their and even John I), with all of kindness shown ilurini-- thw illnri nml ' HIS UllllOllS cnnnoi prevent Her., death of Mrs. O. M. Hendren and for ... n .. ..I. i CI... !.! . wil-iiine oeauiuui uorai onerings oiiu i men (uukii riiuu uvur .1 i l.i many i Th Family. all and Is determined to have her way and her riding mas- Card of Thanks v ter. . We take this means of expressing Bully for Mathilde! We our appreciation to our friends and hope she gets him, for we do customers for their patronage while admire a game sport. we were lg business in Lancaster and Hut, O, the poor devil ! ask a continuance of same to our I fatal illness of our hutband and Special prices on Disk Harrows OSBORNE ANP OLIVER. Low prices make such line Harrows, a buy you cannot pass over. Special sale this week GENUINE PLOW POINTS AT 50 CENTS EACH. OLIVER t' The House of Standard Merchandise y ritli-cu- le HASELDEN BROS. THE WINCHESTER STORE The Central Record. Lancaster Ky Thursday. Men 30 1922 1 1 lllllJlllflE!lfllisslisllssllljllslslslslssssss HAVE REASONABLE PRICES ON We are displaying a varied assortment of RELIABLE GOODS SUITS, COATS and MERCHANDISE in our various departments in all kinds of LADIES FURNISHINGS AND PIECE GOODS. BUT STOP-LOO- K! At the wonderfully new creations we are offering in MILLINERY, DRESSES and LISTEN to what reasonable price they are being offered. COATS $8.75 AND UP SUITS $19.75 AND UP MILLINERY AT REASONABLE PRICES. DRESSES $10.00 AND UP Truth Ever. Quality Always. L. II. S. v. P!nl Lick. The first came of the season will ,Mim Nellie Noland. a itudent of Mis Mattie Cromer, of Kichmoml, To my Garntnl County Friends: ha been visiting Misses SaIHe anil State L'nivemty, wa. at home a few be played at Ijwcaster tomorrow, with I'nint Lick. The L. II. S. team Mntie I.uti. day thU week'. I have taken chnrc of the Duncan Harber shop A BrUf Null. ! 0 Cnlo.(i tni will probably be picked from the rewhich I recently purchased and solicit your patronQsbif.1 Yy TKM Wi An laUrtilid I ft. Miss Delftra Amlrixin, ttf I.omlon, f Danville, sult of the came. i Mr. Krnet Chritman, Taint Lick was age and support. with her parent, defeated last year by I.. II. S. and I was visiting friend In (.ancaster a ipent the week-enfrw day Inst Meek. Mr. and Mm. K. II. Hay. will try to tret revenue. L. II. S. HAIR CUTS 35cts. SHAVES 15cts. . . . i Mi Eva Hnril ipent SumUy '"' ... lu.,n ..f H,..!""' u.riiie ' I I iraiiunc t l. nhape Prl..n.l. ..411 Mr. aif Mm. J. W. Creech and l.cxington with relative ,,U ni b'" in cood W, My brother, Harvey Lee, well known tonsorial daughter, Luetic, f Hichmond, were iMneM of Mr. and Mm. Charlie Moore tomorrow 5 came. He sure and . ,l,.Jr k,u.. .! artist, will be pleased to meet his old customers here. HUt n in I.anrater Monday. Mrs. Helta Arnold Kranrm be present to ee 1 II. S. nquatl per-M- r. visiter in Uiwrtim Sunday. J. A. LEE, Proprietor. MK Delia Tinder, of North MM- tomorrow afternoon. (lame and Mm. Z. T. KWe and non,"" Uet0WH, haii been vhHIng her litter, Hubert LeiHe H, at 1:30 V' M- Mn. Harry AtMletxm ba been Hlc. af Hkhmoml. Mr. It. P. ItoWnmn and Mr. In Danville. recent Krd Cro Pro(rm have been rccifit visitor in ljinc- ter. The Friday morninc Chapel exer-- I Mi. Klha .n, of Ilryanlvtlle, Some Club Notes cie consisted of several talks by the Mr. ami Mr. W. Ho It.itin and was in l.ncater Monday. Mr. and Mm. J. C. Warmoth, form- leadem of the Hed CroiM, on the in Sam Jcnninc, of Paint Lick, left Mr. and Mr. Clinton Hastin were in It may be of interest to the many erly of Ijncatter, now of Htaoniinc-ton- , Dr. Marshal Denny vi.it d of the Hed Cros drive which renders of the most popular book. at this office this week, n monstros- Lexington Thurxlay nlcht to hear 111., are receivinc congratula- Iportance brother, in Hichmond Sanday. i on. "If Winter Comes," to know that thejlty in the shape of nn egg. It was Suau' Hand. tion over the arrival of a iuiby boy ,The splendid talks Riven by Mr. Wilwriter, Arthur Hutchin.on, is still n layed by one of his favorite hens and Mr. W. How lln.tln ii in Wapakon-etttheir home tin March 1st. Ilrfore liam Miller, Mr. C. It. Swincbroad, younc man. He was born in India measures fi Mrs. Henry Faulconer, who ha at inches by 8 inches Ohio this week oh busines. been the guest of her mother. Mm. her marriace Mm. Warmoth wa Mii land Mr. W. A. Farnau, were greatly in IhTU and wan on the stall of the in circumference. enjoyed by all. The tchool wihei London Daily Traphic until he went Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Cook, of Dan- W. It. Maon, returned to her home Kleanor Scott. Rig egg, we say in Hllliboro, Ohio Tuesday. Monday. ville, were in Mr. and Mm. W. II. llroun were them creat success in their drive for to France as a second lieutenant in this creat cause and we also wwh to 1917. This! Oh, Boy, Mm. Harold Oldham and little )w,w( If. n itfallftr.! nl .linnnr n t llia.lr Mr. and Mn. J. K. Stormcs have hHV'" "ur ,UpPrt "ny ,,m He went into Germany with the daughter, Mary Moore, have returned .uburban home last Tuesday evenlnc "!'' th?' been recent visitor In Danville. t,w' t0 ca" un Ui- Tenth Corp of the Army of Occupats Kichmoml after u vi.lt to her Amonc the cue.t were Ju.lce and tion and was quartered at Koun. Mr. and Mm. G. II. Swlnebroad mother. Mm. C A. Arnold. Mrn. Charles A. Hardin, Mm. Sallie Mary had If he write n letter, It is too long; a little lamb. After the war ended he quickly if he send a postal, it's too short; were visitor in Lexington Tuesday. Miss Shetliy .fjion, You've heard this oft before. Ito. Iiwson, decided to give up journalism and to Ml Mm. Sallie Kom Hel- Mes.m. James K. Turner, David Ho.si Hut did you know hc passed the plate begin'the book that i now filling the if he edits a pamphlet, he's a spend- Me.n. W. S. Carrier and Clay en Gulley and Mr. George Ijtw.on and J. K. Hobinson. .... .n..ut . m l I.VV HIVr-,lilf. if V.. ..n..a n n . And had n little more. mind, nnil Sutton have been recent viltor in were week-enirt.nt ri.nil..111 lllll U (IV ,UIB IVM lUt nl fh.t " visitor. of Mr. and 'i-intr. he's butting in if he stays .. .M,. Laugh and Live Danville. .Mr. Harry' Anderson entertained Mm. I In-- Dunn in Lexington. iiik I'u.mii. He says the book "If away, he'. a shirker; if the crowd is Winter Comes," that it was written "Spell needle." MIm Hobinson at a fix course dinner in mtnidiment Mr. Clayton Marrow hat joined hit a luncheon, he should have, slim with udileii thought thut a spark called at Mr. J. W. Sweeney and Mm. Guy to the bride and croom, Mr. and Mm. Jack father. .Mr. K. W. Marrow, t Martins-villthe members up; if he calls vitality Davidon have returned from a vilt (Veil Hrown. who have Jut returned Teacher "That is vronr. There touched the characters into I ml. he dun a. them up, he's a pest; that he merely wit and wrote it down. member for his dues, heifis insulting; to their brother. Judge Homer Hat-- n from their bridal trip. The table had : no "i" in needle." Mr. Hutchison is at work on n sucRev. and Mn. Ilnrry Hudson have and Mr. Haton, in Louisville. n basket of pink and white eorna-"Well, 'tisn't a cood needle Jack if he does not collect them, he's He ce.sor to "If Winter Comes." returned frm a visit te rola'.ives In tions tied with a bow of pink and then." craty; if a meeting is. a howling suc.Mm. Luther G1hb entertained the white tulle for a centerpiece. Plemingsburg. V. A. Lear was walkinc ulonc and says it will be n better book, The Committee cess, the Entertainment week with n dinner party at her color cheme was carried out throuch saw Uncle Kb, an old colored man.i His first book were "Once Aboard is praised; if it's a failure, the Sec- -, Mr. J. J. WaJk, Jr., ha returned heme In "Hill Court" in honor of the menu. Cavern were laid for burninc dead crass. "Uncle Kb," the Lurrm," "The ((lean Heart," rotary i to blame; if he asks for tay at Martins- Mm. Kaukoner, of HHWhoro, Ohio. from a few dnr said V. A., "don't you know if you.and "The Happy Warrior." twelve. suggestions, he's incompetent; if he ville, Indiana. The Woman Club has added to burn that cms the meadow will be Mm. K. I.. Owsley will leave thin Mr. and Mm. Cecil Hrown have u black a you are?" "Yes, repli- - the Library the following new book: doesn't, he's Mr. Ilryan Gaitfoeau Satur- week for a May of two weeks at MarAshes to ashes, returned from their brladl trip and ,., Uncle Kb, "it will crow out ucain "The Pride of Pnlomar" by Peter day te resume hi dntle. at the State tinsville, I Hit. She will be accomDust to dust; ure at home to their friends at the Ml( be as creen a you is?" Kyne, "To the Lost .Man" by Zane Reformatory. panied Ity Mr. Nat Hronaugh, of home of Mr. Hrown's 4 parent, on tvv an aeroplane. He consented to Grey, "The Mucker" by Edgar Rice If the others won't do it, ' The Secretary must. Mm. John ScU and Mm. John Stanford pike. Mr. and Mr. W. II. the boy at the foot of the clas. "how Hurroughs, "The Head of the House From the Minneapolis Kiwnnian. Gill Kinnaird were visitors in Danof Coombe" by Franci II. Hurnett. Mr. Harry Hudson, Mm. It. K. Hrown cave an elecant dinner party do you pronounce t I n r y!" ville thu pat week. ' McHobert Sunday in honor of the couple. Thej The boy at the foot answered and "The House of the Misty Star" and Mm. J. K. Storme ,,f tm" Stanford table had for Its center piece a has-- 1 thoughtfully, "It depends 011 whether by Mrs. Franci Little. Mrs. M. A. HennlBi-- . -- r Louisville. I "u h,m,r KMM Hlleil with spring flowers and a the word is applied to human beinc or is the cuest of Mm. J. C. Knblnxm, Woman's Club the past week. After ket Sewing the businen region a social hour was delicious nix course menu wa served. to a bee." on Hichmond guests enjoyed 4 he The decorations and re- About twenty-fiv- e enjoyed. "What was the denomiWalker Eor Girls Mr. Henry Hackley, of Klderdale, freshment in creen in honor of St. charming affair. nation of the bill you loaned me?" Texas, ahs been spending-few days I'utrlck' day. Sam "Catholic, I guess. At any A new circular on elementary' Don't mis the Operetta next rate, it keeps lent pretty well." in ljnater with relative. clothing work has Just been issue! by Mm. J. B. Storme, coventor of the Thursday evening at the School Girls used to stay at home because the lolbge of Agriculture fer free Mr. M. S. OarsMe, Atsiotant Club elchth district of the Womnn' CIuIh, Auditorium. they illiln t have anything to wear distribution to interested person, Leader of Kentucky, will talk to the was in Lexincton Tuesday evenlnc but look at them now. according to an announcement. Sew- Commercial Club in the interest of where she attended the lecture Riven Washington And Modern ing work has proved to be one 0 "Hey' and Oiri' Club Work" in tJar-ra- at 'the Phoenix Hotel ball room by I the most popular lines ottered to fnrm Tlmi. j7, County. At! member are the noted speaker, Mm. Thomas (,. girl in the Slate through Junior agri (Continued.) Winter, president of the Genera) Do Your Fed Heb urced to be present and to brine with; The two men owned aeroplane cuuur"1 c,u" wrK. more than 6,000 You Federation cf Women Club. them frirn.l. EVERYBODY or Hinder You? F 7 and they decided to give him u care oj mem naving oeon enroneil la It The new publication i and have ome fun. "Come on," said last year. iKorou. healthy feet help youl They make your ii Swope to his friend, "Even if I'm not which i No. lie. ,rivt uIIimI dlrec. work seem lighter they tions t gar 7 elected, this will give me something mont for nmk'nu n enable you to enjoy t hlngt. r i'i tunker af ? ' to laugh about. They found George On the other hand, un- and asked him to go with them to pointer for ; .. I.MMias; t IDA. comfortable, strained, aching feet make life a lee an areoplane. He consented to Money is the rot af all oil .yei continual drudgery. Ordigo and when thy Rot to the airo evorylw4y nary shoes with sagging root. plane the men told him how helpful arches nuke troublesome Don t be content to follow a good feet. Arch I'reerver the aeroplane were in the war and FOR FRESH Shoes, because the built-i- n Get in ahead of it. asked him to gut In and take a ride. Kms. arch come upand stays He got in and In u few minutM uptotheinttep, keep the Save the pennies and you will have THE feet well. You (at nuke found himself drifting slowly upward. mure dollars to squander. your fret healthy and great that as he The shock was viforous by wearing Arch 2 rose higher and 10 higher, he was In 10 worry over criticism. Only Don't Iervcr Shoes. S'ou'll mush agony that hi spirit took it the bralale RED t debghted with the good, escape. smart styles, too. if tlight and the men didn't have the A story teller is not always . fun they had expected. as goil a bis itories. 1! JAS. W. SMITH "The Feast of the Hed Corn" at of all kinds. Fancy and Staple GROCERIES. The more violent the quarrel the School Auditorium, next Thursday 7 Don't miss it. sweeter the kiss at the end. M vviing, April Cth. V Hard Telling. Why do MHlem bleach flour? Why-d3 The new uus a truthful as they cure with phosphate? they can use a cheaper wheat sho roiilil U The- flnt culli r nkel to e lidtsie. Public Square. PhfiHe 206. 3 and by these processes cover up Im- ttim Iht lidstrrss. "She's not at .lie l t mmmmmmmmmmmimmmmm the ener. "When will KEEPS THE FOOT WKLL 3 purities and make more profit. lmek" iisketl the roller "I don't know, Garrard Milling Co. liiiiin Sin ' 110I true 1,1 ii XrU l'4 l li lr tU BU tsi d 1 . Gossip About People v? , Mr and Mr, (i. II. Swincbroad at-- , Mr. Klizaheth Dillon, of Stanford. tended fie Centre College Minstrel ha been the curst of Mr N. Miller in Dam le Thursday evening. thit Meek. Lancaster School NotCS. Lee's Barber Shop .. ' ir nijr I J Egg -- a. ' ' Read The Secretary d nrt e. ..-. 1 lt bull-heade- lft I Circular Ready , ni I ELSE .I.T-'Mn- tgU Call Scott & Ruble IS ANSWERING Fruits and Vegetables Fresh Fish and Meats CROSS gl J Scott & Ruble ROLL CALL ie - I The Central Record. Lancaster Ky. Thursday, Men 30, 1922. NEIGHBORLY Constipation Causes Serious Ills iWC On HHt If you nro its victim, try strengthening your digestive and climinativc organs with Nnturc'a Remedy it's better than laxatives. ADVICE Proves Costly In Check ing Hog Cholera Rnvngos 5lllon Warn Farmer, In 6 By MARY LOUI3C CORM Cfl .... ! itkl. ..M. To Vacel' Variou, lrtr I'amio Ik it "lietts, wtMl ate K ilulM ull tht. iiNre) Mr Today Keeps the Doctor Away ' ..- of the wW th.n - r - 'ael b tre.rtl rtir.-mi UTTrrtr tn ror.Mlpattuti. Jlow KBttm rseltf tkW thMi of tostn eentlmvillr iI 1111 rrTfeO TIM rJ uhr llMM Oil -i lr-- l IMS Wtl fMC i ty. it a ma t 'Ml II' r r 1 CM tlM lamtM QMHMt duflcj IK.S- - crW i . .1 mv 1. c - biiiaent. ' r um Pl!s IKY und Dewrl nrthifi . t imur to Rat lh the (noil m nr x rr 5ki in' a Ttttl a imhw ae. 2.R tn r's- - I Cxr to Tr3Wo yu.ir cvir tystrm in s. i . I.M Br s ttwt eoMlaatVO-- ItfrufTine " I,CSarr T of Nature', fli vmtof a He box and tai- - on cau WhT I . we' wu cr.t ;it,i ijjjl r . ' lult iu her llourtshinic in thiugliler' fact that the dtamfe britail. rhekit. the ftatr thi sprint; a the most R. E. McRODERTS, Lancaster, Kentucky. "Vtu inner tih tiJI ut.nHt men," lie threatening memce to the hoc raMni; reiimrkt!. industry. "Well, well. I tints'! kiMiw," ' htiklug it IwHtl rttefttM). "Watch your htw. If they gt "iHtn'l knot whai. tsMiHMar j s ck don't lw t rety to Hike th "I don't kiitiK wlm jwti take HiVr, ' mi vice of all BefuWtur who has as year. experienre with Ltlly." mii-h a fnrty "I'itIhiii.," mIi Un). hnn eoii-l)- , .wine and ay it Wn'l eholera. If "If bicause 1 wa mn-- a hub. Mr an.l Mn. Thruton Itobinson it is cholera, immedrnte vnccinntitms You know Hi .ayllig. hisswssii. aru HAMILTON VALLEY anti-ho;th cholera serum and prrtl) tmblea gr:iig IiiIh hsHaely vis ted Mr. an. I Mr. .Marian Wellt will prevent it development. htilghler." j vire Mr. Moo Cutncl, who ha been Sumlny nisht. ' "Well," sigHOtl k.-- r mother. "If a th erum after Uie til-- 1 tick io long Is slowly Improving. Mr. ami Mm. Alfred Tankcrsley Liberal use of shhI oase ha gained foetini; will save at bleliig Ihat yH euH be Mr. an.l Mrs. V. M. Creech visit are rcjulclnir over the arrival of a mIhih! II.' least a majority ef the piifs. With fine nirl, nnmeil Jarcna. As ke walked Jerkily ulimg the eil Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Creech Sun sprint: crop of PtiTJ eominu' on,1 i the day. Mr. and Mrs. Kd Heskin. Mr. ami. the cheapest insurance is to Immunize ririi'lltied inmae nu her ulglitly trip I he iHi.tiiflk, l I.Hly bat! plfiity nf ells and Mr. and Mrs. ,,vory ,c arninst the dssonM by vac time Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Mulctte have Mrs. Marion in think ini-ibe two lmrt returned from a visit with relative Jasper liulette vitited Mr. and Mrs. cinatinir." These sutrj;etiens sum up' llill she Imtl Jltesi in atmthrr Mttrltl. in Corbin. , J. N. Hulettc Sunday. in a Ntt trK, a(jviee Klven to farmer iimsIiI hate been tnat-tt- l with mre rei t nntl Iwnuuge. In statement by Dr. W. W. I)ltok. nead of the station Veterinary de- her tiilntli.H b refssted In reeog. wlgttal until dlmtMer wn Itlie iliiiii.-1-- r partment. 1st hetltK UfMin her. anger. Outbreaks of the iisease in dif- - te untrhetl Tlnti. Aim-ll"BEEf WHERE BEEF BELONGS" wllh.hr tlM' ferent center of the Stat are tid faee Mini rett nutHin'r. tlefttjr mii III 'out of I'O International (irand Champion Carcasses. to be more nenoutf than most farm-- J WH1 nway fnutt Iwt Read the table below and see what'. under the Vde (:rand ers realise. Meeouio of the general U'tty Imtl li a the Champion Carcass award. economic condition and low price of nhe t'I. lr. In kmr tl4r VJ21 I.ula Mayilower of Cat. ut mi; itttneHt. lint he to pork, many farmers decided the first heifer that ever took the Grand ChumpsontHip. Ihe lw tar that vaccinate their phe last yer m the eurreli preiaret Year Ownrr Breed beltle Imt. ur for hupe that they might be able to carry drew up In the Ihe fnmlllitr Aberdeen-Anus- . 1920 Iowa State College... hr iwme tnrm through without ioMe fronij over Ihe wheel. 1919 Iowa State College ..AberdeetvAngu. cholera. The remit i that there is "Utly," WUI lie.iantly. "If Abenleon-AiiKu- . I'JIS Iowa State College a larger er cent of nonimmune you're gnlng tn Hie p.intttee IM lir Aberdetn-AnKU- . 1917 Iowa State Collut' hog among the two million in the t tlrlve )tu down lH)Mir." Aberdeen-Angu19115 Ohio State University State at the present time Utan ha Thanks. Will." I.et) replied, aa Aberdeen-Angu1913 University of Minn uwkuurtlly lulu the machine. j been the case for several year, the berdeen-Angu1912 University of Nebraska There' a l tuer at Uuig Mead ay. This condition veterinarians Aberdeen-Angu1911 Mart L. McCoy . Will miUI. u the ear will allow rapid pread of the- - dl-- ! iiw ititnorntw, Aberdeen-Angu- . 1910 C. L. Tuggart altmg the tjulet street. "You j ease. Aberdeen-Ang1909 University of Nebraska LetliT I Vaccination to inimuniie pig! "Why, I gut-- . Aberdeen-Angu1903 D. Uradfute & Son iml. Will." against the disease does more than "I wu Imping ytiu would go," he Aberdeen-Angus- . 1907 C. - Taggart .......Gr... Aberdeen-Anuuprotect the individual farmer agninxt' explained, talking htirrletlly to eover 190(5 C. J. OH heavy loss the statement point out. ' hi tuilurntmin-ii- t "I've gut two Aberdeen-Angu1905 Iowa State College " It also protects neighbors in the ticket and wsiel around Aberdeen-Angus- . 1904 Funk Ilros. by eliminating n possible cen-- j wllh illttliuUy In the nsrniw- neat and .Aberdeen-Angu1903 Iowa State College ter of infection an dthe consuming lured ut hint. Gr...Aberdeen-Angu- . 1902 A. I. Grout "Ain't "Mella glng Innitirrow," he public as a whole by making it po. Aberdeen-Angu1901 Mich. Agr. College fleinatiitetl. Will fruwiiol. .1 ble to produce pork more econo"No, be 1900 M. K. Uunker curtly, "not Grade Shorthorn. mically. or any nlhei Uoy." 15 Aberdeen-Ang- u UmIIs (ready for service) for sale In lin with the efforts to assUc Then." Illy agrtitl promptly, "I'd at farmers' prices. in controlling the disease, the station )ve in go nllh you. Will." prepared to rnJ out hog cholera, Will' niurtitlilp wa scarct 11I1I serum and virus to farmers at a low I; two uet-wlteii, Ity the tleath cost and wherever possible will furn- ut hi uncle, he fnuml hlii.t-l- f heir to SANDERS BROS. & J. M. AMON, PROP. specialist to help in a Mnall furtune lliimtillitli'ly he nil. ish trained LANCASTER, KY. diagnosing disease that threaten in trrwheiiiet wllh tiHigratubilltiH. any section ef the State, according II"I'll like Ji'U Jil't us well wlllititit thai uioney. Will." I.t tly ttOtl lilm. to Dr. Dimock. wUtfully. "Ytm sff, nluiiy l'fii l! in Tablets do much I gssnly eww ptMunt, ci" I 1 turn 1U jn.livin a. t diftitlva t i TiU as n.ic. ..tVu itt but nmnfillr anil t ! nil f tlii-t-t n tlr. tta In a. A r n t t V .UIw Urlarf miasImmmmW1IB .. '.. Mf I'tlMii I ff mu saan nnt pe? niTtf. Mm apt! nuijrr" - ne erty witwat fcv tt'Tr NMurei HifflM (Ml TNU bmwH II li th nrj iron , nj m,i ir.il. nj jt ! jmu rm u con'ji ilac mu'Hh tt. - .jo I ... if-r.vNjture'i Prninty I v.; Tut... I to ulil. yaar i f-l A: hat- ana ....... t ft. I - n ikAfMiali RirM r out. . A An J JfH Goes IMS wlth-rat r'.cn of rriptnr. wtin or iMntiM--. gwMjr. rl forks Kiii M tw nil, SirntSn tin Bvr, rvmtnMnnt fKMI relatt It rr o r I'- ti i uv. lt I KlMtil VH illU , tw tw m lb. , anywny. It .1.11 a rn jt-m ThrratrniMg Ken Crnlrrt thWo, Ali'l .Mm. .4 x to I.mi. tucLjr't InJuilry Ira. l.tHlyJ Whai ,re jou atarlng iml tf Ihut wlsHiwt Xttibarly advic pnpd mat aver ".ViiIIiIiis;. iiiHiiiMa." I.Hly Jerkwl ( sl u may ke chenp mrl-rln- v ttawn I Shi ryi iisrralM tire hn wlrtHi. l.i ssi w lav of the litis feu ml on werie for torn HatrMrtlng. Ttsv 4stt i4 WW tht farm, Irut mny KeMlueky fnrw-e- n rsMtNter with WW at in thivi and have fount) It U a estly remeUy rtarr little .m.-ll- a rra 1titH: be-ld- e the for hot; cholera, vetvrlnnrkio at him nlvvHSh RttrteM iet-Hielit- . Ss- - klefifsetl ink-fci- ) Kentucky AKrimUunil Kxperiment Into the siHltlng I lie Mo ttaer ut Hie .Such advice, taken serf-ouxJ- y kllflH-ii- . SUtion 4. imtc Plgi And Take I'rrcautton, kliefce. Ilwfi.iiu wti rv nvr tsnrt nj utre Iwih n a 'At) IMsih u4tiree lr iWeiulHei limn -- i. . iit i'.m . ih.-i.- Wllh Oulbrl, stw'd want l.rf free tea, Stwe I.h)' Let Thia Card Guide You islinll w ' i id rtvwiuuivaJaU Vy uc by a lnive number of trther twrttir farmem, to heW resonlble for the violence. i HI I lie Her hwtsliiT uiHirt U'ltitttr.1 sbrt-tstlt- her with iimtietiar) This cnnJ will olvf your prtihiVm: 1 lrH turlotiM) wropjj. rwit It n t'le of ittThitoctttt t', Uith "Ixxly colom" It also tfll about tin- - iriw. tnlotn titie"" ami "trims." bent paint made: nntl Ytm rnn'1 Mibly Miit.bli for Iioiih of any "Wlitt color IR l, 1 MANNA'S GREEN SEAL PAINT fiitf Soal is a paint twill to Rivi iond rimska hwij: wrnr. In every way it triven the bi;cit vliif for your paint dollar. 11 Formula is printed on every paekage. Sold by t; CONN BROTHERS, CARTERS VILLC Lancaster, Ky. , r Mr. Iletnel Wren it visiting her parents, ltr and Mrs Hryaat thM rtl a ta(i-wIh- Aberdpttn-AnKUt-Shttrthtir- n, , n-- fr week. Mr. Charlie llryaat wot the guast of M er. Mrs. Mary C4Nn Sunentnrrss. day nrght. Mrt. UlUf Anslerson I vMUssk Mhx ratarn-m- l Mrt. Lesta MsQaarry ha Cora ltop. stay in haw front a few Mr. A. IC. Carter Mtt a tMsainw Indiana, with bar parent. trip to It era Thursday. Mr. antl Mr. John South ar the Mr. Mel via Staaaett ir siill sssf- - preuil parent of a ha by hoy. II fenK very hn4fy with a fetW. has beetl rhriateaasi Frank Caleb. Mr. Wal4a Wylie, f llasard. wns The fnrtaer have takon advantage guest of hU parent. the week-enof th pretty weather for the past Mr. and Mr. Carter attendetl week, tobacco beds hae been ssswo preaching at Uiwon Chapel Sunday. and some plowing done. d Mr. Susie Itcnfru continue low. Mr. Charh Wren U sulTering with s. Knaj W. j ..... xK-ta- 0. KIGNKY W H DICKKRSON go-lu- g. s. W. 0. RIGNEV Oilier! Ptinmr & CO. I- s. s. ............Gr... com-muni- ty Funeral Directors and Embalmers IS Re.sidcnce I'hone 3.ri .... - s. s. Lancaster, Kentucky. Dixie Stock Farms. One exception. liii-lm- 1 rent-We- il Technical Description. omh-uterr- Your Goldfish It takr..n ltMtne loan tt eti.lunto t hi wtfe. A man of after Mi'lH a very Inking tlrwt m a ery InMntt young tail) re et'lilly, Always Something to Worry Over. J ml Tunklns say ll.e ..nly truulile about trying In be Uetf il Ih Huh jour dellntte mid conM'lernlc oilemv k e to iiwke Mime riifttek tie In getting away Willi tiilnit IIii-ble J ml TiitiUn-- . .h .m be likes it nmn -. III who inliiil utili""i iwii lie' In a kind of ImsiiieHS that .diii-k(- s lilm to Im restioruHews In tuLInc Up other Hotil., time. ? ANOTHER LANCASTER CASE Iir.theAnd I 'MHIh way not . ) It Proves ThatThtre's a WayOutior Many Suffenng Lancaster Folks. Slight the ilwln- Uilly' Just another rerxirt of a caso la illetl In number. of Ilimlly auullt tviin-i- l they Another typical caso. Lancaster Kidney NV. enjoy weullh I niitiu." "Oh Auiello!" Will' Hp curled mid Id voice grew hard. "U-- f ma talk about her any mote." Hut frttui Uwt l'e itite, J) -- T ' -- J.- - iuU.WlHIWlliniDlll allmeai- - relieves! ter with Dimii's jour neiRlibor! 11. Kidney In LancasI'llU. Ask tmsm In 53 ColumbU Dry lliitrrirs ork beltrr and Lt lont;rr o bU. v buurrt 'foe lhrniMU(. at How many uses you have for Columbia! For doorbells, buzzers, thermostat!, and alirms, use one Columbia "U11 Ringer" or two Columbia "No. 6" Baurries. For ignition on gas engines and tractors, use Columbia "Hot Shot" Ignition Bat. tery No. 1461. Full power when you need it mojt, while starting. For quick starting ignition on Fords, use die same Bat-- . size Columbia "Hot Shot" Ignition , . tcry Mo. iOt. saves your oac. rxmprr, and time. Fits under the front scat. Sold by electricians, auto supply shops and garage), hardware and general stores, and implement dealers. Insist upon Columbia. ft nin. tit dry tuiury ti(hiu( tar prop, of kjmkd, Danville St, I.aiicatr. say. "I had trouble with wy kidney. 1 took Dunn' Kidney Pill and fount! thum 1 th btmt Mdie.ne 1 could takt. had typhoid fever before thut and I Ihm! iuotu or 1"M nuble with mv kidney. I would get spells nt baok-acand was lame In my lilt. I over my back hurt could hardly lo-so. I htsnrd a ureal deal about Dimii's Kidney I'llU ami mado up my ml mi to give them a trial. It wasn't long afUr taking noon' until I was rid Slnco then I havo of the trouble. few lawn's whonover I Iwvo taken felt my back cettlni; weak anil they have alvay strnlghtenetl mo up tn good shape Gc. at all dsstloi. Co.. Mfr.. Ilnffolo. N. Y. Conu lWter-.MIltiur- h completely. Ilelng a eiimfortahle. sort. I'tty lieter etMeil In wottder ut Ihe rupldlly wllh whleh thlug happen World. In ltd Ill the wte of one week, for iHnlatMV, he Iwd hre.rtlile liHinietl lli.it Will's untie IhuI left a eettlitl will btiittitliiiig lit lowuey In public Itiollttillofi. thot Awtdhi Iwd promptly turned Iter bttek mi ytniHg SHuie, liotlng him, Ih slnvr tliiru-Hun- . to drive MrmiiMl ull night In it tlilll riilnsitiriH. "Will' tlowti with ptiiHiiiittMki." I.et- ly explaliititl In her unit Imt. "I guusx I'd better run titer iind kin what I t'uH 11 the (uirtHer tif hi that: "It mi tine. The tlre wa Made ttf iw-- kind of lintlt. with It wa a wirt Mtme sort uf tritoiMlng. of liltte or lirlt plnlc In ctltr. STie Knri' tote ttf thme hat you atmo-tlaiy tat wiHitun. ami altogether gute an edti't It Hit I wth you could ltoe seen." Infertueit e th t.l.n.li itbiSM- - nttrntkitu ntsre wt take out a of water and add llter uf frt water tate awek rtml the gitaV Ihe k..t wvek. Inti rHargin Ihe naler have toe fre-- Ji water a near Ik, mi 11 1 towtwratutv a that in ! cbaV a pwltiSe. Kite l ra h nh it p.we i.f f.H otMMfuarter Inth Marw tlally Alwuy kmp water plant and KebMe ghke. V.i ... irltM where vih wilt Mrlke It and du Hot keep Im ttt warm a pi. Nut rinan lb-ti- ttter lfn SEASON OF 1022 "ROBERT GATEWOOD" 2.05i ;.os. Champion 3 yr. id. I parrr n the (iran.l C.rcuit in IHIa. Pared the Afth heat of a seven heat rate in J 01. . and a trial at lie tn The fattosl stallion south of the Kentucky lUvor in iwMhi Seven point concerning "Itohart Oatiwotssi: 1st. Uml. A Mtrut. tlo." in iloMt, cttur, gutti, lMa,K. iiiuoa m lit. Ford ' Tit mUi mt wm in itiim. ( VJ (tilt Mltjul Sftmt ftkmmtii I Mf Clf BJ' tlt 1 M ntt tir l mttJlJ. f "U'lly. you're not! After Ihe way he' trnaled you Hiitl "He's k'k." I.etly Hung Ixtt'W, "iiih! that tdtt lniii.kti'por iloirt know ituythliig uhttut niirnliu tikk pfnile!" There Hut tut ilii"llnii iihtwt l.etty'n ntilllty. Duly when little Doctor t'raiiMui nniniuiitvil the KKlng f High living Is often the cause of if Will' crlst tlitl U'tt) iH'rmll ihe luxury of tear. A few month a low death. Inter she Mr. Will rtpetit-eOn Ihe lioiieymiNiii trip to New York, It may Go to ehurcli oceastonaUy. I.etty uiibunleiietl muller that had Indtiee yeu to aUend mare frequentweighed oil her inlntl for 11 long time. Mr. I'lirstin sturl. Srd. tuccoMfut raee Hnre. individual, line, wit 14 svf IMriL An eregsiHtly bred liars .ansi Wraa in Use astM A model nil" line. ise, ami btMUtifal honiM and ttssad Wasssiaasjs 1(4 5th. A l)rt I'las walking llwe. 7tlu A eure foal getter. "Itolmrt Gutuwood was sired by "J. MaltsMsW PnrWs" i.S (sire of 19 in the 2.10 list) a half brother to "Peter the drotit S.TV. (,)r of 110 she World's in the 2.10 list) and grantl tire of "Pelor Manning" 1 JT7 Champion trotter. J. Muleumbe Forbtss" wot sirml by Mlltnitn" S.0 Ut (4r of 37 in the 2.10 list) and lre of "Uhlua" IM, the world' ehasaplon krotUr for eight Ith. A Hwrae of good 5th. A good go i ted, level her-MtJ- bet-am- . 11 ly. 11 Columbia Dry Batteries "I don't know what we'll tin with J I jcars. Robert Guteuoosl' Dam U "Annie Fox S.90 Ut (dam of 0) by "Nut-burs- t" tlHit iiiolioy," he remurketl. eolloet Use livSosoe people never "What money, LellyT Will demand 2.12 (sue of 50) Sad. Dam "Annie 11." (Dam of 7) by "Fauleeners ing the world ovvo thorn. The eourts ed. Almont." He is a two in one stallion, being u high cla aarnot tyie and are too lenient. "Why. the inmiey from your unrle' n No. I walking type. legaey !" He is 15 hands high, seven year old, n dark boy with two white Some people are both wise and far "Hut I mi) thing, you " hind feet and a star In forehead. He will make the season ef 1922 at my seeing. They never advocate giving know. Unrle Dan "I ought In have told you." U'lly btable ut $20 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT, with lei retained on colt until the devil hi due. exphilned, wiilllng. "thut there never season mo"cy Is paid, lireed your good mares to thu fast young stallion The fellow who exerts all of hi ujs it seetind will. Your unrle' law- and when the Hell taps the Gitewood's will be there scoring for the word. strength in the beginning nd plenty yer uud I well, we Jut sort of For Information apply to tlinr-nelUp Ihut Mtory lo lest Alix-llof dust at the end. " She 1II1I nut miloli Ihe uml They seiilenre. Jut then the train entered JJIInd men are fortunate. Die exierlenn don't have to worry over the prevail- - u tunnel and one genuine thrill lu the life of a Oryanlitille Phen 47-GARRARD COUNTY. Ing styles of dress. homely girl. 11 bi-r3-- 4 11 U-tt- Robt. Fox, Lancaster, Ky. 1 Th Central Record, Lancaster. Ky., Thursday Men 30, Phonetic Interpretation. In hop window: "Crorheted r IjhIIiV Hand Hue.' la bruin iir, Hoston dies! Oh, 1 922 1 Report of the Condition of The Sliti I'mit-shnd- GOV. MORROW AIDS l'f.mrl't. jr. $10 !. ENCLOSED M. PCABODY JEWISH RELIEF Cy LI22IC PEOPLES BANK Hnk( of doing pMOTHERS5 I . 1 Tcr Three C. nor.tlon. Have M4CMM Mrlh Caster By Uilnj oi.e..tM 'mi Mtwurot cc.ein. o tut oemt Happmet Tribute to Poetry, t 1'ixtrt i linplt tin- - iir.t drllrhlfiil , form of utlrraiiie Hun iiitimiii ui. til", inn naih II rhythii' in) mriisuri'. eletnled in a rrgularlty reittiliitv. iiinUforer tery different from lint if ilw rhythm and immure whlrh n rt nf It mi iortiiile prose, are more f iffiiltl Hull forfei t loll, a niitlnii tin for IiIkIi M'ir)'. Ihr more III tlii rhythm mill ii onurr w hit ii l .t uttrrntirr adopt -pot-tlm- ? rata nilttun'X . llnttliew Arnntd. 'IheuIoImmI by kl littut jr. We Ml.; lit to lit no ilnrrflil ni we run. If only beiaue to lit Imppy our-nCAKHARD CIRCUIT COUKT is, I n most tlTiitiiiii mtitrlhtitlnn liana iluilon. etc., Plaintiff. l.iililxK-k- . to tin- - happiness of till.t it Ii Cn:tgieut. Notice r. V. Green Clay Walker Law And Real Estate Money to loan on List your farm for tale priv- Defendant. David Duililrrnr, Sht Wat. lly virtur of a Judgment of thr A little light tlntlt rj. no iitrati n MiCarrnnl Circuit Court in thr nbnvr ,. i, ni r In Ihrsr ,pi n stylrtl March rendered ui'ti Mr. Smith on arimmt of Ik r Trrm, action directing at the 1022. thr Sheriff of Mllly to use rllhrr linn.l tintirftrr.it ly In the rimithui of her dullra, Onrrard County, Kentucky, to aril which wrrr Chafing. bless. Jolt, thr property of thr defendant attach tnH'mii,' mid tht genial iwiul, not with, nl In thi action, thr undersigned out reliilrscrti.loti, "I'te always heen Sheriff of Carrard County will on like that. I'm ,plill,tr." I.niiilnn TUESDAY, APRIL 11th.. 1922, at . ten o'clock A. M., on thr premise of Davhl Dmlilrrar on thr Klrktvillr plkr sell to thr highest and bct hlilder upon a credit of three month thr following described property, to. i;, , ,! "Ir' farm. wit: Two gray mule, one marr nnd one horse mulrj two black mule, one marr and one home mule; three hay mule, one hore and two marr mule, (iiven under my hand thU March 21m. 1922. JAMKS ROMNSON, Sheriff tJarraril County, Ky (3 21 ately or at auction. Office over J. W. Smith's Store. M. S. HATFIELD DENTIST Office over The Garrard Basil. It.) Notice. ,f TriS!!11" LANCASTER. 5' rvn 'V -- , rj. rVG OIT.MirrUliHT , , I correcting defect nl for legal uteix to prrvent it. It by appearint; to me th- -t many good citi nf KyrtiKht Ie AttmtT nfixen who want to observe thr law do proper Klae, not understand their duty in thi mat. DANVILLE. KENTUCKY.! trr. I, therefore, irive thi notice All thr territory in magisterial Oppotite Gilcher Hotel. diitnct N'o. I. N. 2, ami No. .1, of Office Hour 8 to 12 and I lo 5 . i (iurrard dninty, have herrtofor'r voted in favor of the stock law and the law in effect, therefore, in thee three dttrlci which i nil of (iiirraril county except din'.rlct No, MINERAL DIRECTOR ' 4. Any peron who wilfully or by Office Over National lltnk. neglect nuffrr cattle, ahrrp, hog, Reiidrncr t'hone 3. Oilier I'licnr 2? or any othrr live Mock to run at large are midfeet to a line Under M.ANCASTKH. KY. the law any Hvretoek nf any verton which gel out of any perton' en in any way and damage an fm OpinfllO lAfejIIaip I clotureperiMtn the owner of uch livv. other jtock it Mibject to damage to the VETERINARIAN. extent of any injury done. I, there Cfltt Aatwered Promptly Day " fyrr, urne all person owning live. otock In CurrHrd otinty in thew Nlfhl. I'hane 317. I .1.1- II . !.L l. inree HL'trievx 10 ouerve inif law KEN fCCKY CASH H which ami keep llvwtocl' encloie-l-, will avoid much vrxatiou litigation In the Loans, Loans, Loans forced. tuture lh law will be en, Thi March 15th. ll22. on (I. M. Trdway, County Judtre of Carrard County, Ky, FARM LANDS To The Citizen, of (Jarrar.l County KENTUCKY, i x Brwll f0mpanl com ,nc to m a y,,UT rnUMt Ju'lcr that , ,.-- . -owner of live itovk in txmw local Itir are permittinK it to run at large I'rac'jcc limited to the unnoyance of the public am: to d.aniKini; and in violation of law. Some haw ak J. A. Beazlev I I lifn.lk.u l !. k, Utll.i. 'Ihrrra Ihr -tnirk!" Jljrn nihil hn.llly. Hurry. Kltlr! Till the Prepare Stirring Appeal on Behalf of trciinhle iimn lo bring In the xitiitn-- , Starving Orphan and Homelei ruhhtici lind Ihr nlhi r thlngi I told Famllle in Europe )nii of tliN morning: nnd lie urr not to fnrvet to imk Mr. Seioey how the (Jor. IMwIn I'. Morrow In a "trone I'M I iv N. She . out III her gull' Iitl)lli2 y liriirt appeal fo Itr irop1r of nimiliina," in IN ii"n llimr of rery fulth After grtttliiL-i-. Kttir im. allenlly to ciu llNTiilly of their money. Unit' hy Ihr trio k until Mm. had ami Infliieiirt' to the gnul f.m,e of rlim the trui kiniiti n fill hill lo Jen Nh lellef III Ontritl mid liiiern ihange iiml then hIIIi a lutUh Kuropr. of pretty while terth and dimple. Tlir letter a written to (!. Kred "tie MHlled Into. Ill rosuNIi r)in of trvy, of lnillllr, lnlr hnlrmii of Si III uhllr gltlng her ki.lrr'a order. the Amerlmn Jewh Itellef rmnmlt-tee- ' Then Ihr neighlm began talking iiimpalsii In Kn.tu ky thN urek iiImhiI the huh), und Sim, who had lo mlf $l."iii,ii fo- itit i d of .innilaki-hi. hlrtil liuin'H plm-- on thr ng (hlldrrii and ..loini-t- r Hteu ahil trio k that iiioriilng, that, Mho through no fuult of thrlr mlher woiueii than Interrupt their eon)ena-lioown hae hren left to tnre and nt Hint tliiir. hr would takr In the frrrn- - hy the formne of war tegotHhlo. then, und nimlil chr Mr. !i. .Morrou' Inter In full 'Hour Stint-,- , her ihunge nflerwiird. Hitler of the t.owriior. IVrlitip. hi. thoughtii were of Myru rrniikfort, Ky. and lEtllr. who urir lioih )ounz and k Ittfi Marrh In,li-iirs of I mine nn hi. t'ol. I'rrd work; hut any Hay. when hr had git en Uli llt'llrf ot- Urn. Stiit ey tin- - ihrngr. thr bill hii Stule ClnilriiHiH, Jew liiltlre, lint to In- - found, although thr three liilNilllr, Ky., ladle, him look fr It. .My leiir I'ld. "I'll tall nt win iHin, f muy," he I am tiiot hoppy to you of auri lil Imtlng. The hill may he my iiiiUHHhd appmul of the found a little Nfnr." I r added rrfort Ih'Iiir mtitln all orr lie did not coin.- - iiKnin nn hi. truck, Atnrrleu for the irtMi..' of rellexins hut agnln nun In Id enr. the ulTerliic and nnfortiiniitt' and aflir that, euiiie nfieii. iilwnj. Iniroplr In foreign It, ml viting thr girl, to go on lung ii ml (iiiTrrliig of pleit.Hnt S l n r lit Ion. eruHty, drlte.. , kind ha. ileiiviulrd upon rtrry hhi .urr that t.ttie ik the men, women and of Jeulah utt notion, nnd fhe hii. glad to partli'tilarly thlldrrn In forrlrii NmN. if her mi liHpp)Hlth Sim; for her The Itorn.r of llielr plishl I Ih)hihI kller hud hreli ferllng irprrril nf all wonN. lair owing to n quarrel with Johnny I hrllre that It I a prlvllcgi' to glf Warr. and Johnny hud gone to a ihH lo iifh a rnll.e, to ii town to work und had not written. hut of Infliiriiie him I holpful-no- , iniHiri I loth drN tnjl)ed the nf mihI I ilnierHy lrul that the Ihr Jining num. Sometime In the winurrtthfl iiiodltlti of lltf Jim ter hnwetrr, hr nurprNrd the elder Ihrouhout t't'Hlml and IbiMrm Mler hy a.ktng her to hr hN wife, hmI lo thr Keneni.lt) if and he, longing to ,ay will jr.. hut think-o- f eer) Ainerli'Mn -- lirrt. to all rme hhI KltlrR terrible ilNiipimlntnirnt, .aid to all ervi.N. I iMMTely lotjf l... Ken "nr." with a heavy hiiirl. link) will mle Ii. iiiotu of ihl fHtxl. Sim Mindt-rii- . What wa Myra' rrn-r.r In.ru In Hie drit "f thr ratlifrhi-- xl for r.fii-ln- c lilinT Then hr hurt Cud nml ihr ltr4hiTl.MM ..f Man. out. iHiyl.hly ")o )oti like me. Vimr. rr trnl), M)rn know joii do' l.l.ten! Will 1!IVI.V I'. MilltlillW, jin nwrry inr nrxt rlng If that 110 tSotemitr. hill I. found before I lull time" "Ve.." .Mjra trnturrtl, .oftly. LITTLE JEWISH GIRL It wa. only a week later that, a. SETS NOTABLE EXAMPLE hr nn. removing the roHr.e, out-Iin lint oilier lenttK from a hend of matt a little .lewlah Some mouth luhhugr. ,hr dlM'titerrd u J 10 hill Ctrl, of Unil lllo. wfiii.' faiher N j l)lng between the leave. Aril LttoMii HMHiif.itiHri'r. ha. iII VVHh trrinhllng hand. he returned ihhuod It to It hiding pluie. and taking the her fond itn! that i enm lo rook lie then promUnl i'iihhee hack to the rxrhingeil ir would gi)e lirr . for Ihr liil i,ini It for Kiiollior Hut he kept her ihr ohoiild pri'iun' for ihn faiell) with n .eerel Kltlr .hould lie happy Ken-tmkdin-plar dei-ldepit-lly. - Chltf Citcutlvt of Kentucky Call Upon People of All Faith To Contribute Liberally Ntar : buiinei, at the town of Paint Lick, County of Garrard, Stat Kentucky! thr dole of buttnex on 15lh. day of March, 1922. HESOUnCES f 190.8I0..14 3,167.58 2,400.00 27,017.37 H.821.23 3,800.00 Lean and Discount Overdraft, necured and liiuccurrd Stock, Itond and other Securities liue front' Hank Ca.h on hand Cheek and othrr cash item Total . ....... .. j... ..I... ............................. . 242,02i.52 $16,000.00 29,000.00 2,022.92 I.IAI1ILITIES Capital Stock paid In, in cah .' Surplus Fund Undivided Profit, le expense, nnd taxo paid............. heponit subject to check $130,971.93 Demand Certificate of Deposit 3l,824,.'irt Drposit 4 78.74 Pmtnl Saving .... 153,275.23 1,727.37 Due Hank and Trust Conipanle Note, ami Hill KedNcountril .............. ........... ......... ..... Set. 30,000.00 $242,025.52 Total STATE OF KENTUCKY. We, E. I- COUNTY OF GARRARD, I'y: .n Jelh Hum-nihil- WOODS and R. 0. WOODS, President and Cashier of the above named Hank, do solemnly awcar that the nbove itatcment Is true to the best of our knowledge nnd belief. E. L. WOODS, President R. C. WOODS, Cashier. Subscribed and. sworn to before me this 27th. day of .March, 1022. My Commission Explrw Jan. 27, 1924. W. B. Roop, Notory Public. The Klghett Suceei. M".t of ii oterliM'k the fart that il.i giHHl I to "make ftntil." llo.tmi ii.t-rt- ; - iir t ii Tplgram. I. afr darn silly pint) l.onilon Opinion. Good Advlct. tr ill.-twi- Neter tinluirtli'ii jour ln I'. rouble, nn iIiumIln.tiii Trnni'rli. - lmnfHiiry flios. Llghtnlno Holy In East. In .oihi' rii'liin Ho, N (vn. tvrisl a murk of il tie, fnvnr to be no k hy ligMiilii.. nii' , n -- i I ' Liberal Appraisements VORIS & MOULDER HUHOIN, KY. Office, Citizen Unnk ec Company. I Assignee's Sale IP COl'NTY COUKT (t inn an ir tie fin lly virtue of a judgment und order reiulernl at It .March 2It. Term. 1922, In the above ntyled caue, the 1 CAUKAKI) It ret tv n rui A I a 10th., 1922, a. about .at..I..... .1io::io I.I.I. m., .. .eii to the ........ L. I... 11)17 1111111 Illlli I..... IJIIIIIl1! .Ill .it.. IIIVIII I le ubout one mile from lluena vlnta. on thi' ingrt iimige pike, in. tiarrarii . County, Ky., thr following dewrib FRUIT ANU SHAUfc I ed property BLOOMING SHRUBS The ;ud land I In Carrnnl Coun FRUITS SMALL ity, Ky., and described a follow: STRAWBERRIES lleginning at u tone corner to a GRAPEVINES V. I'oor; thence with Poor'. line N. PERENNIALS 85, . V. 22 polivi to a Hickory, thence with n fenet1 N. 9. V. 56.il EVERGREENS W. 90.50 nole pole; thence 89 HEDGING to a take in the (tike two nole WcU ROSES of a locut. thence with the pike S. V. Id polee, S. 37. K. til polo. 6 ETC. JS. 23. K. as pole. S. 9 K. at SEED POTATOES. dwelling ki Everything for the Orchard, H4 pole, all ir' oppositeS.u 20, K. 9 home, pole, A lnre pole, S.in2b 4, K. 12 poire, S. 40, K. I.nwn and Garden. illustrated catalog nd Kuide 1 H.tl pole to a Make in pike opposite a telephone pole corner to home tract, Bnnr mi eiwiitoKt d.vi.io,, line with home H. F. HILLENMEYER & SONS . . . A Nurery Word In Kentucky.!. Lexington, Kentucky. jn i)n , , Baylor IJro.: thence with h. J 4 pole their line fence .V to a tone and pot, thence N. V. 80 pole to a takr with hickory pointer, thence N. 194, K. Ill pole Beware to the beginning, containing 90.90 We poiltlvely will not permit fox acre. TERMS hunting or h'tntlng of any character The purchaiH-- r will be required to or trripnulng on our farm. Any execute bund with good urety for violator will he prnccuttd the purchaie price due In ix and J. , S. Schooler, Edgar Trice, W. A. twelve month from date of ale, Price-Joe Criicilli. T, J. Price, K. payable to the undesigned, bearing per cent .Interest from date until L. Elkln, II. M. Lear, It. E. Harker fix paid and tecum! by a lien on the, and K. F. Parion. It. V. HltOWN, (Other name will be added upon land. Aulgnee of II. S. Itublr. (tf.) G C. Walker, Atfy. thepaymint of 25 cent) MONDAY, ' Trees For Spring W ..f umlermgnc-- l win on AI'IMI. "(anting Ul-f- c tto n, 8'. o9, Hunters It with thr "Sim found It und nihir. to the donation parly." M)ra tiirn.il and went .lowly to her Ekpcctcd Daily "Run" of Dabic. room. -- Oh, dear!" hr luoaneil, "If only I lull) bud ptMiiil tor ii Utile lnoili.r the inlnNter hniln'l o Jarge a family, n ttiMUHiHle)! Mhrn a m.Iit nnd ihr children were not all mi fond and l ul Ihr liur-- o i'kp4alnril of I'HMit' Hi.tiwil My ferret will oon he thru tti'ie o4ir Iwhl.-- . I.im In thr known now. pour little Kirir!" 'h a lot Ihi'.v were nil IhHhI "Wherr are )oti, ilyrn)" little oil led, glrN Tho 1.. i tin) hi xHntmhat a few mlnutfw later. Her eye wire the nnre: "WWI, .hining, her iheeka glowing. rii'oiiiiirtl .i. i ho nre IIm-- ' r'uiiiio; loibtjl" "I'tr got thr lotrlle.l lelter from Johnny,'" he irlid, "und I'm o O. K. Till Their Fuie Blew OutI happy!" 1 heir mit'tiiiu' nun minimi. She he- "Slut hud hnrill) enteretl the room lug liiiiiioilliitol) Httmi teil hy N iiiMg, thul e tiling, when thr mlno-to-r eiime lielie pi'iMimtllt), ulillr he mii not in. "It Hun hi good of you to plan rf'lletl, for hi lli .oii mad.- ioit-- the pleu.unt "iirprlce In the eiibhugr." taet "llli her.. hIh) the iil Kltiit Lrr' ii remarkeil uflvr u while, and he Inteii.K. He llli llfliliiliiv Minled In turn at Sim and Mjra. with, llko then lll Heir IIHI 1. nut ineellng Ihr kindly, inmprehend-iliTht lr IritniN were rlintlitliil. V.i.n't li.ik he had expotled. It K. loeklncK-K- . In The Jill blll.M he rxplalnnl. "Wa mni' It ent by uiNtakeT Wo thought -- " Sim thought iiilckly. "No iiiNtiikr at all. .Ir.'' he Mild, genially The Hyachitb.. le hill In your. Thr IivhiIiiiU l.'llko e In fail, I Iiom- - tery pliul U.tilo (low ii. A hnl nf h)a Mmn to pre.ent yon with another, ellithi. rr.oiMlihi. a tuit ttt hMlM.J,r4. whleh will be enrtn.od In u dllTerent 1')iu It at dent lliillon of iho'lliHi- - ort of ent elope," and hr .mlletl at nliilH'r the Imlttatrniio. n'hm. H. to Myni, Hho.e elieek. were tery red. ciiln ttiriM;' It a sllxiii.e f iwlurc. Later In the rtenlng he tlieerfully Till, my of art. ihr rlwer. Hi! dell- - agreed with Jlyru when hr contented' rate lni4rtlnu, nttkium trurli niinlrr ly r;'iiMrked ttiut iirfiilr hml gone won thi Iii4lli:i4u-- of HHti in il. veiop lie ilerfully Hell after all. but he fulled to HMlMlllli s AHKU.tr ll.-- ' P. Honllon Id. vMl to Johnny Ware, und hi. Mirre.. In making Hint young gen lletMMtl tiry JiiiIoiim; the remit of The Library Pttl. whleh wit the lotlng lelter to Cltlr Vint net n bowk tail of tl.o library. and loiilti. that ijmho othrr rentier lot. He "Shlned" Bryc' Shoe. lin.r..MH mi l ho author hy tho prilllitl I'rnfrnr Strong .ir i li,. Kaii.il. or .wllot note law ihoo and former ehiuuel-lor- . In 'ii' iwart-ln- . (leiai44iMiilly Hum .Ihov tells nil uinil.liig story relutlvr to lliteii.i' luloni ami .h op iIioukIiI. Hut VIhvuiiI llryira tlslt to Hi,, unltrr-sit- ) lihmrlano )' imoi of the "improvr-iinnt- . in llilo. l.onl Ilryi e wus the guett are elmiite. In imiHiiMtlnii. unit the next morn Ivoti'ng foe of the Soiiie folk, are mi hu other nmtli tnlHki- - that Uny lune-- ing. the latter, In strolling down the trail. iNll'-en pair of shors n t niiy tlim for their tit .til.- hi loriNhlp's tli. ir. limned! ntely there llashrtl through the (htm Wlreleu VVs.es. U'lreleioi wutI .vim ti ntii1. nllor's iiiIikI llwt Lord Ilryie. U'fd to iilstnms hud illithlnkliigly ty of :uo iiiiliimi ibrti.. per owl. KliSlMi Thr) tune the prn)irlle. w( IU. u.ore plainl 'l lie slim imt.lde "fur Jiiines to I'lif ehlllliellnr. bring u giM.I fuiiilllur mill ,lioili-- r tlnU nl v,:in, pnllsh Uli ii. light, hint uIhI n.)a. Itadlu smrt. and knotting thr folly ef uptntiiii proai'iiiiig nn AiueiUnii "Jumes" or Haei from u tmi h'i. rniui-.ttisik the tipread out )iiiiuerti.il Inun the Tilly' with sueli mi ktuiimi uiih uulforti, .i :et Kity, very shoe ulld shlnrtl them blliist-l- f knoui, or inurti', lo hi loriNhlp. The t vi u ipilet luurJi n Have fprivo to pervelte ptwul nheii u pehhle U i.i. , rA In. In hitler, however, tin, ijuli-and the slnv did i, dirrctioii fro i. ii. ir. l.Midttlni Aiiierletiu not up'iir oiit.ldr the following iimm t !hr klutlnn, at it glveii n lug. hiiHeen uuit. e .vu cri-- t Whleh la ll!utrutti nf loh im rl U the lenctli rta deioocrary und Euglltli dinioiuacr. m-- 'nit help from an) . A feu iM). asm Ihr prowl lifi.- ;lrl Itiforuinl her father that ihr hnl ue lured il ovihIi-h- i dinner In whi. ii in ua. Jmt rilling down whU he Un 'out,,, timk mii In the kllilo'n ml Ihr nrUKKiper.. r It Old not take bins for t nl .iihI delighted father to hand he the dollar hill lo Ihr llttl - rl "Thrrr". lir orhilHirJ, "tiwft my enirihuihm lo the -- Unlns .lein:i children In KniK'' .n-p- a while, longrr. Two week, lalrr. thr morning after mlnlMer'. oil fnhoned donntlnn party. Jl.trH npiirnrril finni the rrllnr-waI.Mikins Mntnrrly pule. "Thr rnhhugo that wa. nn the loner lielf, awny hack In thr when I It. Hltlry .hr n.ktil liu.llly. And Ktllr. wuti hlng from the win, ilow for thr morning i xt inn n. t ihr - Chc'd Liac. Mince Pie. New n Will H. Itun.kle got Mime pie ua. ill iiMttil In Hunt, marrtt.l Ii. rerently. ", promiskayx mi inliHi'ce. Thin', n long while ing imini' for a bntl'iind." write Mist ago. und )W ,i lot of us Iwtf Mill to Al. ('. llo.tt.ti Tninse rlpt. learn lhtt it IMi'l stiff to i t It at night. Daily Thougnt. Adterhlty i. M'iinil;ios haul iton y Mil en, In It. uiati; Ihii for one man who tun Mund ' If thr nf Niagara were fully I roM'iity t'.on- - are it hundred that iiini'iitiil that thot H.mld will M..I..I .il.rr.llj. t'urlyle. iitllu.'l it MippN ..i-- i l in T.lm."sl hnr,r-- l ..wer whil. tipprr Duffalecs Carry Mail. '. unit t.f work should he 2.IM Ill irrtulli pMl1t of ltu..M the null atallnlile. Is eiirrteil h) luilfiilo. .. fill, uillliiiil ii plekul for Ihr .ertlee luvnil.e of Id Taik Worth, of Artlit. very lint feel, whleh ettnlilo him 0 I nn. thinking. a I tixik n pun el nf tnitel tthrrr htux wtmhl sink. iiillidry ii to the I'lilmilinili on Jlrl'iv Mliet Jut mm. It Htmht he llilere.t-In- g .nlely, Oeforc Printing, lo write n lx'k rtitiilhll), exHitly, ami fully with the ileforo thr art nf irinting nil rducn mntnly oral: th ettlil.. fiiinllnii.. Iiml llioinlil. of Jsj.t Hon wh of "lie ihiy in n ihhii's life. If one inuhl kehnhir hud to hung on thr tips of Ida lo that, hi a win to earry ninth Hon, tun. torn for whaii'trr know bulge he e a i i. jiiid n.ii.ty. to eniitey to the nil to nriiilre In ihr tullrge iinul-eiu- v or par'.li .liool; it), only hnpu renders mim. n rrengllltloii of gem III r i tli;,! nuii'iitl being, nlli might hf.li'ei thi w.i II, e ntre prltilrgo of claim lo If ii ti'iie artNt. i'hristopher 'nnkilii; at II I ii U.' ril'l in mur eoi ilorley. Muarlus. ci.itr r turn K 1 tin- . The M:..ppl net-r.lt- ex-p- i ili-.r- -- an-w- rt.l itirrlii.ly : 33t3CX3CC j WHICH DAILY PAPER? A Question That Is Quickly and Readily Answered. ll! ! i. The CourierJournal Largest Morning Circulation of Any Kentucky Newspaper prestige and reputation. It is essentially a newspaper, intent upon giving news matter lirst consideration. Maintains its own news bureaus at Washington and Frankfort. .Member of the Associated Press. With important legislation coming before Congress and Kentucky General Assembly iu 1922, The Courier-Journis the 'daily newspaper you will need. Knjoys a nation-wide al - irti..d l'init ITi. t.onirrv" I'alM-lrni- - By special arrangement we are now able to offer L r THE DAILY COURIER-JOURNA- AND THE let unl-terlt- We CENTRAL RECORD Both One Year by Mail, m. iilalr For Only Thi orTur npplie $6.00 well a new subscriptions, - to renewal a !.! . but only to people living In Kentucky, Tennessee or Indiana. New subscriptions may, If desired, start at a Inter ilate, and renewal will date from expiration of present one. If you prefer an evening newspaper, you may substitute The LouWville Times . for The Courier-Journa- l. Send or tyring your orders to the office of :. CENTRAL RECORD ue The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, Mch 30 1922. CAREFULLY PLANNED CLOTHESPIN APRON IS HANDY Mad of Hsivy Household Artlcl Ticking or Othsr Strong Mattrlat Saves Stooping. Report of ths Condition of Tns Which Do You CLEANING IS URGED Long Been Regarded as Bugbear in Many Households. No Nftd for Uphtsvsli That Rtsult In Discomfort to Everybody If Frw rtcautlonry Rulss Art Observed. BANK OF BRYANTSVILLE Hank, doing business at the town of Hryantivillt, County of Garrard, Stat WANT? "GLEN LILY" This clothespin apron will be found handy, and will save many stoops, My apron Is made of heavy ticking, how. ever, says n writer In an exchange. To make, cut two pieces of material IS Inches square and round off the corners at the bottom. In the piece of Kentucky al the close of business on ISth. day of March. 1922. KESOURCKS Loans nnd Discount 1118,00.1.23 400.00 279.75 2,090.71 156.75 M ,.100.00 1,844.13 Overdrafts secured nnd unsecured Due from Hanks 4 Cash on hand Checks and other cash items tanking House, Furniture nnd Fixtures Other not included under nny of nbove heads FLOUR with Its Creamy .Color, Rich Nutty Wheat Flavor Light and Fluffy A Bleached, Phosphate Cured Dead Woody Taste GARRARD MILLING GO MAKKSBUItt ; Master Thomas I'oynter ha.s had, double pneumonia. Mill Ola Doolin left Sunday to en-- i tcr Herea College. lectured Sunday Itcv. Thompson on" Ked Cross and Kducatlon." Mr. Kdmond Sutton is able to be out ugaln after an attack of rheumatism. Mis. Sallie Lou Myrers, of I.ancaj. ter, has been visiting tlu Misses Royiton. Mr. Roy Mobcrley has returned from Lexington, where she ha been visiting relative. Master Earl Whittaker, of Lancaster, has returned after several day S visit to Miss Deane Hunter. Mr. Craig McKechnie and Miss Nina Coulter were united in the holy bonds of matrimony Wednesday afternoon. Flu or old time Influenxia has been prevalent in our community and' the doctors have been pretty busy, The following are the lLt of the sick: Mrs. J. B. Sutton, Mr. Ryle Isom, Mrs. Luther Qurdette and the family, of Mr. Tom Rroadus. The six months old infant of Mr., and Mrs. Thomas Broadus died of flu and was taken to Lancaster for burial last Friday afternoon. Our little treasure. ' Who was our joy and pride, We loved him, ah, perhaps too well, For soon he slept and died. All is dark within our dwelling, Lonely are our hearts today, For one we loved so dearly, Has forever paused away. , t who Is very j Miss Sadie Doolin. fond of pets and dumb animals gen erally, has the habit of carrying her pet cat. Tommy with her when she goes to milk her favorite cow. "Tommy" as is his habit, purrs and promenades the top plank of the etall nnd waiting patiently during the pro cess of milking for his warm supper that is sure to come. One cool eve ning last week Tommy became an archist and made a sudden leap for old pide's back. This frightened the little milker very much. She began screaming. "Saw! Saw! Scatt! Scatt! expecting the catastrophe that did not happen. j where. Do heavy cleaning a little at a time to avoid the hard work and discomspring nnd forts of the fall housecleanlng. Have a supply of good cleaning tools such as J our work mils for, and keep them In good order In a convenient pi nee. water and cleaning acents spnr. Ingly becntise otherwise they may sjmiII finishes snd weaken glue, paste, Another Good Reason. "'Mnn Iled From Wn Cooking," or cement Watch for troublesome Insects and rem! Mr. Jenkins cynically, cltinclng at tlit headlines. "Another woman wlio animals, and lake prompt measures to never leurned to rook. I suppose." "Or get rid of them If they appear. Make all the family help hy leaving else." retorted Mrs. Jenkins, "another things where they Moor, and In good man who never learned to atop condition. Life. These rules are given by the I'nlted Slates Department nf Agriculture In a Bird Weather Prophets. llulletin. No. llSrt, Itlrds, some, at le.xt. ure good wen I t- new Farmers ier prophet. The green woodtiecker "lloaseclennlng Made Kasler." Is known In some part of this country an the "win htnP because you hear To Remov Grsats Spots. his laughing cry often before a Cover grease spots on wall paps downpour. The mlsseltlirush. again, with while blotting paper and bold a has, gained the nnme of "stftrtn rock." warm Iron over them. Repeat this because he stems before wind und ruin. operation with a fresh piece of paper J uutll all the grease Is absorbed. When tht H:art Stops. Mjr Injecting ooe ruble centimetre nf tWf.Mm.nt br Ik l'MI.t Attltultsr. ) r lliiu.erlcntilug need not bcthe It has long been regarded In tunny households. If the work I carefully planned, If the kind of furnishings that ure easy to keep clean are cliiHeu alio handled In the right way, and If provision Is nmde for keeping oil the dirt possthle out nf the house, there Mill be no need fur the upheavals that result In discomfort In the entire household. The following are good rules tiy which to orsntilte the houseclcnnlng? Clothespin Apron Ellmlnstts Stooping. Keep dirt out of the house by cleaning the walks, steps, parches, and I hut Is to go on the outside, cut out sills regularly mid often, by screening Ihe corners nt the top for pocket, as windows and doors near the ground, shown In the Illustration. Sew the and by Insisting on having muddy two pieces toce'her, stitching ncross Ihe bottom and np the aides to the shoes nnd coots cleaned, or left outjiockets. Hem the lower piece from side. hen up, and also hem the pocket Lessen the number of places, such as unnecessary cupboard, openings. Sew- tte npron on a hand which may tie In the hark or button. grooved nnd carved woodwork, floor walls, elnh with cracks, nnitrly curved utid tipliol.tcred fiirnl- - BEST LOCATION OF KITCHEN tnre. superfluous draperies, anil hrle-a-- , nrnc Recommended That Dlitanc Between Iteinove dirt frequently systematic Various Rooms 8t Arranged ts rally. This keeps the house and fur- Savt Unnecesury Step. nlstilngit In heller condition, nnd makes the need of heavy cleaning less Is your kitchen conveniently placet! frequent. with respect to the rnt of the house, Clein hy inking the dirt awny, not especially pantry, dlntne-ronm- . cellar, by scattering It, to settle agnln elsennd storeroomj The United Stare C bug-heag rough-tliilflie- (I'lpr lts ......... Act ..............4.... ........ Total LIA1IILITIKS $120,130.57 $15,000.00 10,000.00 2,399.41 Capital .Slock paid in, In cash .Surplus Fund Undivided Profits, less expenses and Deposits subject to check Time Deposits Due Hanks and Trust Companies Hills Payable Total STATU OF KKNTUCKY, ........................................ taes paid ............. $78,3 19.38 2,617.47 78,319.38 2,517.47 2,900.31 15,000.00 $120,130.57 COUNTY OF OAltKAltD, Set. We, C. C. HKCKKIt nnd It. P. ltltOWN, President ond C.sAler of the nbove named Hank, do solemnly swear that the above statement Is true to the best of our knowledge and belief. C C. HKCKKIt. President It, P. HHOWN, Caihler. Subscribed and sworn to before me tills 21th. day of .March, 1922. J llogan Italian!, Notary Public. My Commission Kxplres March I, 1924. IN THE DISTRICT OF THE UNITED STATES FOR EASTERN DISTRICT OF KENTUCKY IN BANKRUPTCY L '.amine, Slt dst UliHe eii (HI I Yes, Witn Too Many of Us. "SM ' mUhty hs dejr's us ' ngii wfam were dsn time unlck." said wamrnt Ths Casisr Way. 1 t'e s Department of Agriculture thnt the distances between these rooms he ns short as possthle o ns to save steps. Differences betwe-- n floor level of kitchen amj dining room, or kltrhen nnd pantry, ire sometimes time nnd necex.Hry, hut they wns strength and often raue serious aert dents. reeotn-metid- Household s Questionr re- eat-Inc- ." Salt dissolved In ammonia will mote grease mi. Woolelis heroine yellow loed to direct sunlight. whea It's so easy 11 ell for help nnd get It that a lot of iple never think It worth while to Irv To the Creditors of this Hankrupt: own way out of ihHr and work their dlrnciiltlcs. Notice Is hereby given that on bankMarch 20th.. 1922, the said Ths Oldtst Cam, rupt of lnraster, Garrard County, ('herlrrs Is among the very oldest Kentucky, was duly adjusted Hank- of CMmes If not the oldest of alt Mil hundred jears hefnre Clirtsl It rupt; and that the (lot meeting of t his creditors will be held at the wns plated on Ihe hatiks nf the .VII. Court House in Lancaster. Ky., on In Ihe ssnie manner as It Is now plajed. Ttie ancient (Ireeks had a April tth- - 1922. at 9:00 A. M., game which was very similar. A t of which time the said Creditors may Piles cstahllshed for checkers In ISisI at attend, prove their claims, appoint a Is still as the standard. Trustee, examine the Hankrupt, and Maidenly Caution. transact such other business as may "Ofi )es, we are enraged to he msr properly come before said meeting. I fear she has ried: Ihii nt that utter Danville. Ky.. March :12nd.. 1922. In the matter of Charles Hankrupt, in Hanlruptcy. I NKLSON D. HOOKS, u of either adrenalin or pllnllrlii lnu the heurt nheu It lias toped healing, many nr. Kiillillmi USE COMMON DIET BODY NEEDS VARIETY OF FOOD; Ilefreln Hankruptcy. NOTE Creditors cannot particiTo fry fish properly, they should pate in th management of the esbe (itit Into boiling hot fat. tate of the distribution of assets un. til they prove their claims on form Meringues should he rooked In required by the Hankruptcy Act, and very slow oven and watched carefully. file same with the Referee. s Vlncgnr ndded to the blacking rusks ahoes am! hoots shine more tirllllsEtly, Discourage Mind's Lstiniss. The lizy mind is like a smled child. AS SENSE IN It on 11 wn), the The more It get orse It ucta. If jtihi give In to It, If rontldetir In me Hint cvunes with perfect love." "Why "Well, when a fellow looks hack and oees tier testing Ihe diamond In her eitgaKement ring on the window une. don't you think he has good niuv ( feet a bit dubious?" r sons who seemed to he dead have liven brought hack to life. The Injection must he made quickly Into the left Intercostal spare one or two M the left of the Menial bnr-Jeaccording to the Medical IteeonL finger-hretidt- r, APRIL 4th AT TEN A. M. Dissolution !i? Young and Old Need Plenty of Vegetables li.psrtm.nl O'r.par.4 br Ih. UnluJ iflsl t Airleultursl Too much attention h.s been paid In the past to the "dou'ts" of rookery ml the diet. This, that, or tho other food has been considered uuwholsv some. People were told thut they ate too much meat, or too many fried food or sweets, or that white bread unwholesome, was necessarily hut unwuduys It I known Hint none of the common food mutertals properly used Is In Itself harmful for the normal person. The only exceptions nre the. extremely smtill number of people to have "Idlosyn-crnsles,- " said by physician who must tie particularly careful about their food. What wo Deed Is not o umny "ilon'ts" hut a few more "do's." Here ore some kimkI rules fur the diet, say food sH't'lallsts In tho olllce of hom eronomlra: Source of Vitamin A. Use dally some milk, butter, and greenleuf vegetable, either ruw or cooked only enough to mako them tasto good. These foot! materials nil contuln substance fulled vltsiulne A, believed to be necessary for normal growth In children and also for the of adults. continued bodily Introduce vurlety Into the cereal foods used by eating occasionally brown bread, finked or steamed: era. bam tuulllus, rrucked whole wheut, or 11 well-bein- Original Oklahoma "doomsr." David I. Ia)ne. ortginal Oklahoma "boomer." slnrteil the ttrt colony of white men In Oklahoma In ISsil, tiefor-t-he territory had -n oitlclally opened for settlement e wus nrrestel and evpelled from the territory, and sev)oi let It ipllr work Ihe iiiliiule It eral other nttifllpls al settlement wits inniplnln. It wilt never erve )ou prevenietl by KoierniHent troop. Wlclt-It- n whs the stnrting Min of hee ex. Verves, like muswithout grumtillng cles, need to do n (ertnlll uiiiolllit of pedltlon. He dleil nt Wellington. ICsa, In I ssi, work to keep Iti Cotldllloii, I $6.00 Pays for Both SUBSCRIBE FOR YOUR HOME PAPER THE CENTRAL AND RECORD THE 1 LOUISVILLE HERALD Kentucky's Grottiest Newspaper SALE of one of the best farms in Boyle County, one mile from Danville on the Huston-villepik- e. 255 ACRES CUT IN SMALL TRACTS FROM 11 TO 60 ACRES. The property of Brookshire and Benton. cash, balance one Terms: One-thirand two years. The American Legion Band will furnish music. Lunch on the ground. Everybody invited. d In Diet. cereal foods In aome other form. Form the habit of rating vegetables In general snd ulso fruits, fresh nnd dried. They give hulk to the diet, thus tending to prevent constipation, und also they supply mineral mihstitiHvs In abundance mid vltiiiiilne It, Vary the sweets occasionally by tho use of finely chopped nuts mid itrl.il fnilts, such as dutes, gs, or raisins, which may, for still further variety, he mixed with honey. .Such Mtcets raise the mount nf mineral ton I ter In the diet mid probably ntso Increase the amount of vllamlnes. Appetites Quids Producers. Make a rkvIii1 eifort to Include carrots and cuhlmge Hliiong Ihe vegetables. In addition to lettuce spinach and other green leaves, nnd tomntoes, oranges and lemons among the fruits. These fihxls keep up the supply of whole-grain 11 You Should Read The Louisville Herald A metropolitan daily paper that contains a complete telegram ami cable service covering the world. State news from correspondents in all parts of Kentucky. The Herald's local service gives all tho news of Louisville and suburbs. Society, Financial, Market and Sport pages, are in charge of tho most reliable authorities on these special subjects. Does it moan anything to you to be supplied with a daily newspaper that interests every member of the family? Then it is tho Louisville Herald you want in addition to your local paper. If you also desire tho Sunday Herald add $2.50 to your remittance. O. The Leete Sales Co DANVILLE, KY. These rules for Individuals taken together make on great commandment for the farmer, the merchant and the economist. What wope need In keep them healthy Is un Index to whut should be produced and how It should No one should be preIm distributed. vented from following g.Md rule for the diet betnuse the netsleil food art; not available. Order your subscription through THE CENTRAL RECORD LANCASTER, KY. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday Men 30, 1922 Goodbye Boils! s. s. s,wih AI r kt A insvj Ml MT. HEBRON Sallie llnrker, who has been l j m.i You cf rwi.rimpit., Ulatbheads ami Skin Eruption. l I U n Vrli inn n.iir IVvt I flu. a I ill ef ii.i thai "hoil" rjt .to nlHl Trvll Ihm . "I ii t unil noe i H H. ft.,ihmi ,y the fxr onn of M.m.1 ;f tk t t rx'wtrful H H. rlo.nnfru . kntTsn to 8. Itwi atoH.1 3 I i if i f Th iwr of Itii knoKlaae-- l by oath-it,t- ,r Irr'r n' i I mr.ii.iinl lrmrr.lt nt arn ,ut,ry v e g n t a Ii I e. iriartr t r, j,, it if am inn km ur pm-- i I ! uni I pfly . aci.-i.-e- , ", l If r, r Are -! .)... ..lit.. U..J-.riaM- h ft . M a I. "S. S S t.. -- k" In I.I...I m. r ii.. ........ c Try II. in f. r Mntxt . elK iinufai tur m that'll ' H H M sH at of It serels. ail J., .lorm, m two Tlio lv- Kcr alio U tlio uiuiu vuimlcal. a M . Hubert Drug Store." tmnurlttMi whirl, rhf timatliMi, makes th I.U--M rlll and M'l"i'H mi .at rlrch It hrtM til thu i ranitli. i ' lot. nniahlr. hr. Markhd, nrn. a other Kin erapTMas, It trvt-- a nun out ... Mr. Karl Oraw said to Mr. Joe' Duncan of HryHtiUvilte n row and1 INCREASE OF BETTER SIRES calf, price SR. Mr. and Mr. HftrrtMtfi Dean and During List Ouirttr of Year Many children were Runtta af Mr. and Mrs Pericni Have Dene Away With It. I. Grow Sunday. Srrvbs and Oradcs. Mhase I.enla Stone and Christine IH l iii4 aii- Speak were jmeHs of MiMes Kmma l. f at Afr" allwre I rhf "IW tler Mire.-- lletter SlMek" and Kate Knltsclaw at (illberta Creek rMmplp, IttNHSurateil bv the I nl'ed frtwi Friday until Sanday. f AaTteitllure .stale- - lieiwrtment Little Ml Allen.- - Kay fell dmvn llir HMIutnn i HttO in Mlmntale ttM' stairs laid week and cat her heud. ImmHiw mttl Several atilrhe were taken and she ri laewent if lw-rl- a -Hatwtt-e- d mm -- quite ill Improving. Mrs. T. W. MontRomer-- , whe has been ill for tome time t able t be ! out attain. irf T hwI with fiiwlev H'Ke Ihe-Mtw- fc reaii arr bted aire ami ha pie ahead wtlh ImtH'lMa In reeetit miith In ! fo dointr nicely. In Hundreds Signing Burley Contract Tola) of 109 Received At reieiveil tlurini; the ilny, reprwent-HliH.ltie-- H lat flbovt 22S.000 ta 280,0(10 tHtun.U iinarter jear nllns Septemlter SO. Ml f tobaeen. Thuae rontraeU, it wn a httvlns ilotie were iirrdli-aW, are eomiRK In etery lny, 51 HMajr with all mthIi ami mide or E 't the fanalns IHirlMC the nt af Jcaaantine In One Day baviiiK been Co.operalive He adquartrri 82 From One County That hundreds f barley tofenr-- j ro growers, wan did not Jain the Borioy Tebaate (.rower Uet full .have be--1 five torn wnWMcmi that way tailing b the most bine-liV- e of marketing their rnai I evidenced have referred by the fCt that within hundred af contract the pact I wo wteh," AiMatant Chief f William the Field Service Dmt..n nllint, of the Aasnriatuiri. a I Ve- tay. n ru u m n total ..f 1o; Co-opc- ; -Um faet ibat the tendency to - etdy pi retired t ln- heweforth raloed. Thl fHt all ria- - f tr"-ltoward mnrketlnR of er the ahowa r iniMiWua Inrreate it rrnw la all art f the tw iarier la whh--h "I I Hurley diirit. him I ma Of Um I Ml f)itriieU reiivoil Therr' wwa a err-fBil- lrr Wedneaday, St mm- - itttm tho one caltt In Imih animal and Hnltry re eaainly of IVadWlaa, wMeh alremly Htrtl by lhe nr. the ms had aajraed in Ute ramtMluH lait full ldM- -l tmal for the three nwolha roaaidVraWy atare than 7 per rent tenrMns IIM1 Hie of I he eneoajniglmr rtvi4t-IHof ttn reiee ta the MMwwiation. of the amiaiiCN t the "IKrad llefMtrtx frtmt the "Mark twitch" of thl Improvement Mea thrmihmt indicate that Onraniaatkm MnnKer tire rrtotitry. Parwerw aiH r Joph I'afMHiMeau, wlw lei I the of all klfrd In aoarly all the -- tatw. onrnftalua in the Hurley are 4adMx the 4de to eltraiaato tHHir hloml In thWr herd and Hoeha. iltatnrt. m reeetvini the f Male Hi the namher f bunni men and hanker in the Tlte Miler for the la--l the.-- e r . a he hl in he Hur- trk tmmth- - wax Vlrdnle, with 7S7. Ohio t ! Hh S30, and ex hh i reeded Vlndnta ty a nmalrtrralili. ro iwi-fdI br.-.-le-tH-- wnt In TutMMlay, Indl-ratin- ir t ne-ie- K aiwl NavlHk' detertalniHl family maveil btat TucmIh)' in the botue with his atother. Mr.. Laurnny MnnlKotnery at thin place. Mr. Tim Kurd, wife and son, t.nr dan, of I.i'xinjrton, and Mr. and Mrs Jm. Hrntton, f I.nnmster, attended Ute burial f their nephew, Clifton Thorn pon Wednesday. A play, "Valley Parnt," will bt kItoh ly the lenrherm anil pupil if the Mt. Hebron CnIWntiil Schoo 1'riday eveiilne. April 7th.. at 7 10 o'rhofk. The nrnrerda of the plm will be used ta pay on the piano. Kvcrybody come ami spend n enjoyMr. 1mc MawlBawry and YOU' WANT TO SEE BEFORE YOU BUY A TOBACCO SETTER. WE HAVE THE AGENCY FOR GARRARD COUNTY. The Nisco BRYANTSV1LLE, KY NOAH MARSEE, JR. Beekeepers Will Fight Isle of Wight Disease cit'nt.lic purpoos by the United States Department of Agriculture. It i expected that Canada will establish the sniue safeguards to the beekeeping industry, and for this reason it w not planned to limit shipments of bees from or to Canada. The disonse, which first nppenred in l'JUl in the Isle of Wlht, hn since swept to all part of Croat Hritnln, causinK Inriru losses. Ileekeuper who seo liny outbreak of( any disease of adult bee sare urged to send at once samples for able evening. .Mr. Crntk' McKeehiHe, of Marrel-lua- , Cnpitnl $50,000.00 Surplus $60,000.00 Honor Roll Bank. 4 per cent pnltl on time tic poiiti. Call and sec us. JJ V. ! S .a-- r. i President. t, O ! l. k'nti, ', ' A d I I).,!Hn, cr. i t. to the President. Caihier. J nlant Cahier. I M N ll.n tant Cashier. ilton, Teller. CITIZENS ( NATIONAL LANCASTER. KV BANK. inarcin In the nwaaber of anlMHiSa and -- .tiltrv tdiHlaed to he liretl only lo llilrtt tmretired tdrea. S'etiraaka with Hllh 1T and Kentneky M". itktaliiiiaa. the netl la order, alImvlna; though raarathety low Inter"!, Icnera. almwed a wMe-jireIhe doln with HI new eeantle! rank IIHwait eoant.v. Ms led the ewnn-U- r In the eiHMitry hi lb made tarina Ike hs itMartor. with M new lBMem llanttn. aiotkir iiWh had AX and Mrfclne enanty SB. Six eotnitlM In Vltvlnla had More than VII twrh. Thne onle In Kentneky bad tkan ieh. and three In NVI.reka each eteeeded In tie- - tan yearn that the enntnalaH - 116.187 rattle Ima Keen la have bae IMel by nn Hotter Sloek Mcnel tlie lletter Slfe ad iere me 9 ln ; )rrr- and Misa Nina Coulter, of this plnce were united in nwrrinKe Wednteaure to protect nesday at the hatne of Her. 1. V. the bei keeping industry of North Mauley at llev. Manley against the intrmluction Mr. linden Coulter and America trieiatinK. Isle of from Kurope of the Mis Lucille Huirman were the atWight disease, which ha done ureal tendants. A nice supper was Kiven damage in parts of Europe, were adby her airier. Mr. M. L Monttcnen-- t vocated at a meeting of American ry. About thirty truest were pres(Canadian officials and scientists! ent. The bride and itrvom uere en- - .and 'recently held at the Hureau of Kit-- ! tartaiaed Thursday at the home of tomology of the United State De Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Stone and partment of Agriculture. Thu far Thursday nitrht at the boat uf his the disease ha no tmadc it way to The couple have the Mat atother. cither the United State or Canada. wishes af their frbwda her. A bnn agninst thu introduction of Crank. queen beet from any foreign country On Wednesday morning Mr. Andy except Canaila wa advocated. The Crank after a few hour illne- -, died meetmir further I'eculed to all at the home of his uncle, Mr. Jnu. fenwiblc ttrort to present the introCrank. His death was caused from duction of uiiu.t Let .n'o the Iritid A fter short service at the State ixcept fur i per.iiu n'aS ni l paiaon. Krave the remain were interred in Mt. Hebron cemetery. He leaves 4 s wife, two dauarhters and several and brHhrs to whom mm h sympnUiy is extended. ltnater, ' i examination and diagnosis to the Hureau of Entomology, Wnshlngtun, D. C. Detailed information concern, iiig the ditonsu may be obtained by writing to the United State Department of Agriculture, Washington, D. C, for a copy of Department Circular 218, entitled "The Occurencu of Disease of Adult Hoes," which is free distribution. now mailable fi.-- r vis-tor- save money when young ENJOY IT IN AFTER LIFE pliMtr alw ortur I'ulilic quarr ami Dnnville Street. 4W57 wtne. 73JKX (diiH.p, 2.TS1I allrj-- hne been lhteL ami 4IM.7I7 Tld make a total of rtlSJUH snlnwil ll2 hore. IIO ae. k! Tbompon On Tumsday morning Clifton, the little aM of Mr. and Mrs. Orbin ThMMti passed frassst this world into the bright lleyoad. He had been .ek only a firw days and his death came a a hock to everyone, and was ruppoaoj to have been front diptherbi. One Co.iMatioe f life ke)tHl thernMe (Iiefe la are IM ! Meery. Imi lit lite SIMatie' wf a if Hvltte proi'ieui In lb hetftw All th-rtea W A PoiaibUlty. rn''t h Ttiere'i I alta) - a in bxno; that the ille I r4 ..rl.l will Mtrvlti- ,f u'.o nrlua tbalr haa4a aitd anrtMdMdi wit Hattlftaawe SMk ilHe veiKiiler laslatlWf I'xurtcr J.irnal. ' du Modtrn.0.y AmMe. a katar ' The awtro b) iwirtt. .Hd taiartaa. 1st ' ClerfrM Spoagt. wmtii of Mataasi Ottln.'Kf fi Ml.itr I.ix1 (raMery tr.ed "rn - da,, tndd kraai 't.irt the --Iripa f the l'iiiaWi rteata an I ha Ike Mi w aMnl aaler t4 Mrk) a l.et the lrat jr. iri.ir. to the atwntfe, rati turn wator. rlKae In U atirb4l. nwtp lMt ttltle mhmm , h.. Funeral service were conducted at the church Wednesday by Itev. I. W. Manley, interment fllo;ni: in Mt. lltdron cemetery. The grief stricken parent. have the .ympthy of their friendn ami may they throuuh their rrow by able t say the Lord Kiveth an. the lint taketh awmy, bleeil be the name af the Iird. I Young men who would enter the decline of life in comfortable circumstance should beg'n to save now. The approved modern methol of saving is a saving account in the home bank. This bank invite young men and young women to join Is family of savings depositors. One dollar opens a savmr account, and any sum may be deposited thereafter. THE NATIONAL BAN ft OP S. C. DENNY, Cashier. Cupfral $50,000. Surplus It aftd rrriton Mr. Kobert Praetoa died at the itome of bis daughter, Mr. Orbin An Honor Roll Bunk 50,000. fter) alrii iierand Ollte' Taln't : It "a fle' I bad t e Ih that luinkee H.eti I had w t.ir-- , haril al.rt ai.itli.r .. a ut lHnt tak mi In lit ! . rrn Prefrtilenal Larrsuaoa. Si That lc Orechad," fvtt i irl- - I j VVarld'a Great Rivera. O" The iimutb f ia Vealxd la only k la the year. Oie vt v river In IU oHd. Ihe Ii Hi.wa Inlu the Arelle l hlM-- 1" ''lii.tl i v- Ctcatlcnt Type ot Bull Calf m ,i mi tlM J . ii ii .. r r..in .i t ... in In Hi with lrr mot ntale tvach-"- t 83 S. I 1 ARE YOUR CHILDREN EXTRAVAGANT? ti hftum.' ravagant, m mutthe parent may he, u to swrioiwly interfere with the tleelopment ot it character. Extravagant e breed jdlenvs and a lack of appreciation of valuua. A imrdred and child can nver realiy txpertenc thoa joys and plMiwrtf that ar the birthright of ektMliood. To lh a i hilil the blaneM iwrrentaaw "t fenwhM l ftaaml HMMtta Iih l7 r l ent. 0( the eirti Haled M mt rent ate Hkrdwial. of awarea er cent. "I pwr eent. i own IV. 7 er rent, aaat f attatty Ilka rent. If the fnttNihi tHorttrwere ti r.l li the Mtsaerx IP l taiMfard leed. In the nnaaher wf perat to whm cerlinale hate been hiBiil Vlifliilii Had Nelmtaka leaib. allh vim1 with !4al Tkit latter 'nte however, lend In Willi w f anln... ui-hn-l nel (iil. h) Of Ihe breeattnc neria watoa only itrxhrtd Mk aatt 'i lv - r--wt Friday at I2:IU, after a few day iUnnom He whs Di year uf avt waa born aad bad atway lived in this community. He united with the Mt. Hebron church many year ago aad was a regular attendant witen well. He leaves une duugbtar, Mr. OrMa TbtMnpaon. three aiater ad two brntbers to mourn their let. Service wete eoadacted at thu rriurrh Satantay aftotaaaa at i'JUQ by Rev. Ii. . Sebastian, of llonrin ar.i Itrv. 1. V. Man . .. The family ent.re rom- thr mpii' ThtMNpoan l.i , and ter how iMmltry Ihattat, bavtaa 3M- -t uit lOl.iBM, ri'tetHel) . Vlrvin.a i lit. I IN and The ten lendiRC HateM In taemLt i M are Vlrainla. Xeltraaka. oiiio um ntlad I aasu aHBaBBUBBBBSa. i. . Two of Them. Good Reason for Inaction. "What It the algn of when yiMirj U .i weinan lian't u g.H r.- -i for girl refiia.- lo kUa otir nk a hnrt doing u thing. he at leuat ho a Ho.ii roatemiNary. Wtdl. It He. to uown eaaHl for lolling It atone. she had .t .lit lit or bail been online otdoaa. .iml a don't but lew- - tho fno-nla- e Popularity. Bui ure liu ebanged any. HuaYalo It boi many Aild popularity. Ttniea. saarea. ami ih. real bonoHt In taytdf; aatt nactrrtnliHy to WHaani Why Nott t'tna. It wn tkty. 'I1 whole waa imt at lite vmetery . t. iitii! "Chip of the Old Block.'' nway a ear's pmwfh rler and One whe reprndnrea hi fathor" weeds and deiomllui; the grate. inf r rharai terlatle. The wowmn wn Imsy Mulatmg n .. pbraae may lw r.mn.t aa far tasrk a stranger Ibe place v. hero differ, in j loat. In a fday .tiled "Dirk of Ibsvim sbir-- . ' .ie werx burled. She keetne.1 1.. "V..ur fallier ua to roir. f.iiuillnr with the wb.rte r.n.-Mr. iMitne to irv iiH.fher. and why may not ' I be . Her little twiy MM is etunif ii,,... ,. tlie eti Lie btN'ke out norl. lie tinnlU- ,u.,uiri"l "M.a.o, of will.', , Here niter flu win-rU my IHCi t'li ii'i.iti.' otli.. : i,. lv over-imlulg- -d Smith d an) kind nut of dad lu the There ar 1 Verm. ' twti. llaaaMfMit. aiwl t'mBh-ul- . The la mow a I' ' af Vim rm.i In the l'nlld Stn i tw no aaore n a bo hate irJliu. Kiatlneky. Ta Vlin k tted 1a Ctuun and l'1' ir ore.-.- ! ' i . toiaii.i Htm. cu,ii.jr;;,yi Arabs Frown on Whittling. Two Through Trains Daily 1 IE PrcsNng Stlaa to Sheep. 4bMJa Ih fsaatanc lo oltf.fl rare kisnuM be tafcei! amt t glvo lie ant mala any that l opeUed. Satep are Mist iatM iw hsjary feam hiett fi.rm mt". f.wi Birmingham The Arabs haw a prmerl. hui, aft- purrteil er H hist Milk', the awailh I It a the for (0 days. They UMHrf i New Orleans Crescent City Special Lv. Lv. Lv. Ar. Ar. Ar. New Orleans Limited Lv. Lv. Lv. Ar. Ar. Ar. , Loilnjton. Danville. ........ 4 PER CENT ON TIME AND SAVINGS DE- POSITS. Freds Nttdcd by Colts. The 'Iraft eM abtatld be .M fed !a r.Wf ! keep It an wing Mnt m an4 hnltt. It t the Marty feodtttc nod are a aitiautl riwidvta ablili determine it nuaNty and dotobtiitarni te It neefe bane am a lorvestecii - trm unltteky algn th.il human llp .an iMiniule The Garrard Bank & Trust Co tli - nui A In littlliUec fee!. LANCASTER, KY. We sell travelers Cheques, which are k'ood In TTnltcil States and all forelirn countries. Fat on Broed 6ew, brood son oiiKlit to pat an tout - rii'lii a u.l fat dNring Ibe winter, but l.ot ail eif.lM' utBOUIit. M that she I exr.cdlntli hiaty or overUnrdi aet: a lth ueylil. Tht Noblttt Clastic The iramdatloa of the IHble I the remarkable amt liderustlng eteoi n. thu biatory of trtadatlonS tt I an U luelriioti manniaeiu of the ak'w. tlx natloti, the lunctiRgo; It K prf'rl MHstkiac. lues a tranlatloii than origtaal, having hhI of the merit tlio furtmir us to t1tv and all tl.e merit of the lutter a te ilmaaat ; u I the imldett. I vl. tneat fiiildUl ruts-sic of the HuclUb toiitfue. T. H. Crlliike. Somrrtet Chattanoosa Btrmlnjham 10:40 11:40 12:50 , . 6:20 AM. A.M. Letlrgton Danville 10:30 P.M. 11:30 P.M. ,.. P.M. P.M. 10:35P.M. Somwut Chattanooga Birmingham New Oilcans 12s40A.M. C :20 A.M. 10130 A.M. 10:00 P.M. NcrfOifeinj 10:30 A.M. j Pullman Sleeping Cars and Coaches Dining Cars Serving All Meals Far ticket, sleeping car rtumtiont or othrr Information, Ticket Agent, or addicvt, apply to i H. C. KING, District Paiwnoer Agent. 104 North Umettona Street, Leilnjto.T, Ky. imMLmwm Thm Central Record; LarcMtirKy.,ThtrrflCfayMch 30, 922 1 Worried husband- sREAD THIS n Glide's Is The Best Tonic For Pepto-Manga- Are YOU Hard, Jo Fit? THE "GLOBE MAIN" IS IS BUILT CO-MIINCi! ClMsffitf. Ctfumfl RATESi Single Insertion 1c word No ad taken for leu than 20c In this column. No aJi In this column charged. Savtn instrtlons for the price of Itv. Phont orders must b paid protnptly. COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF LAND GARRARD C. I i CIRCUIT COURT R. Harnett. Plaintiff, STATISTICS PROVE THAT ONLY ONE MAN IN EVERY THIRTY-THRE- E Nervous Tired-Ou- t Wives It your wife "all tired out" and cnM and Irritable much of the time? Do the children "bother her to death" every day, and do the ordinary house hold task that she has formerly per formed with eae seem now to over tax her! In other word, do you often come home to a house of trouble, instead of a haute of joy and TO THE D PERFECT PROPORTIONS. Here'a ONE way to get a perfect fit and satisfaction. Have YOUR Suit "Needle-Molded- " to YOUR measurements and description by THE GLOBE TAILORING CO. OF CINCINNATI Ha Office rooms 1oor. ; for rent on second Citizen National llsnk. that Grow at Co. A. II. Uastln Some nice Dahlia Burpee Seeds FOR SAI.K: bulb- -. II happines? If your answer it "yes" to the.e pointed questions, don't blame your wife until she ha taken fludeV Pep with her meal for a few n weeks. She it simply and nervous and needs the kind of iron that she will get in Gude'a Pepto Mangnn to give her more vitality and strength. For thirty year i'epto building-uMangnn as a first-clatonic. Sold by your druggist in both liquid and tablet form. Advertisement. run-dowss p Thus fitting your figure and personality. A perfect fit, finest of workmanship and a style that suits YOU best GIVE THIS ATRIAL! The Globe Man, Frank Orbien, will be with us on March 30th, 31st and April 1st. with com plete line of Fabrics and Fashions. Woolens shown in full length drapes. Don't fail to see this wonderful line; orders taken for Immediate or future delivery. BRYANTSVILLE Mrs. W. K. Davis is very III. Mrs. Russell I'. Brown was in Lexington shopping Wednc-daMi; Lucile HutTman was the cue.--t Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Ijndrum y. Ilurdett. M -- rs. Sid I'oor, of Wilmore, was the guest Sunday of her father, Squire Logan Ison. Mrs. H. G. King was called to the bedside of her father, Dr. Ilendren, of Buckeye. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Cunningham, and Mrs. Belle Tomlinson were in Nichola-vill- Anderson Brothers Lonj-OlstancprVM-nei- e Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. B. II. Halcomb spent the day Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. ' t AneUnt Love Letts-- . Swimmer, Shark Ash Const'tu-n- t of Food. L'5 acre of corn FOR RF.NT: John Halcomb, of Burgin. l Vojile tlielr tort-- letters the nlmn is Tlie function of the titti miitltu fur lnirt C acre of Rood tobac2.l Mr. W. J. Broadus and Mr. H. C. r to Ite tin flewet fUli. It can land and o or j cur, urn a tii'lar. ent nf foo.1 to tuilld tlie Imne, pUtli whs found Ituble attended Duckworth and Rey- At I'omMI teeth, muscles, nerves unci to trntri uIhmii 2.1 mill- -. ;in hour Pot co land, lied all sown and canvassto n gtndln'or' "Are you enter Into tlm composition of tin- - llvlnj loss li 'nee tlie aliark come fore-- i ed. Prefer man with teams. nold's sale in NicholasvHJe Thursday. f IlerniIi-4AhIIo lu tlit; ImmIjt W. K. Leavell. utile to iiuinMln from 17 (lL-pdI cell In every part of tin- - Ixwly nml resu-la- t mo.t Dr. and Mrs. B. C. Rose, Mr. and don't know, lint to m joti are n god." to J' i st 'e- -. tin Imiir fur long ;htImR body itruervM'.. Mm. J. Hogan Ballard attendend LOST: Hetneen Lancater and the concert "Susas" Wednesday eve-- J Camp Nelson, Mlchelin tire, 30 x 3H nlng. on rim, also net of tire chain in hag and some auto tool. Reward. Call Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Edward. Mrs.: Morris Todd, thl office or J. T. Trumbo and Mrs. Henry McPaint Lick, Ky. (It) Afee spent last Wednesday in Lex-.l W. 21.85 chain. S. 15, line S. Mrs. Clay Hamilton. W. 17 40 chain to a post, corner to Manuel: thence N 8S4, K. 2.72 FOIt SAI.K: Five hundred Kod chains to a stake In Manuel's line, red cedar posts. Frank IlolUclaw, corner to Mason Pollard; and on the of a branch: thence with (It-p- d Stanford, Ky. It. 4. Kait side line, S. Pollard' 35. V. 1.30 chain FOK SALKi Harred Plymouth to a black walnut; thence S. 12 W. 1.50 chains to a honey locut; Hock Kegs SOcts. for IS. for setting. Pollard's and Hamilton's corner; Mr. II. T. Lunsford, Nina, Ky. thence with Hamilton' line N. 88, Lancaster, It. No. 1. W. 8.13 chain to a white oak; thence N. 87, W. 15.41 chain to a stone in Hamilton's line, a comer to I.ura FOR SAI.K; l!rred Rock IS for 91.00. Flock built from New Shcrntw; thence with Sherrow' line. K. 7 9? chain to a post on ami Nlchlos strain. N. brrt, Thomp-o- n North side of a drain; thence N. 24, Headed by new blooded males each K. 3 chains. N. 29. W 2.05 chain to Mrs. T. D. O'llearn. a post with wild cherry pointer; N. year. 2. W, A.o2 chain to a post. N. 19 , pd.) K. 12.59 chain to a wild cherry. Rarred Plymouth about 15 feet from a concrete pool, FOR SALK K. 12.95 chain to a pott. Rock vgx, "Set. er ettlnir of 15. N. 7 N. 82, W 9.85 chain to a stone at Iincaster Cxchanee. Phone 37-the fence on West lde of the CounMrs. W, A. Henderson ty road, corner to Sherrow; thence Paint Lfek, Ky. with fence along the West side of ald road. N 13, K. 3.24 chains, N. W. CA0 chain to South gate FOR SALK: Pure bred S. C. II White Kirir. 5 cent each. post, N. 8. K 1(1.25 chains to center of Lexington pike; thrnee with cenRaby Chick. I'.'HcU. each. ter of pike S. 40. K. -- 7 50 chains, Mrs. Richanl Anderson, K. 8.7C chain to the beS. (17 Star.fonI, Ky., IL 4. ginning, containing 121.42 acre. The purpoe of aid sale is to FOR SALE: Baled straw and hay satisfy the Judgment for Itl.rt30.98 Intere-- t from January 1, 1921. at Ceph Monran', Point Leavell. with -t Ky., and at my place on Crab Or- until paid, and the estimated co- of thl artiun, amounting to about $200, Sweeney Morgan, chard pike. for which the plaintiff ha a lien Stanford Ky , R. t. against said land. Phone TC. Defendant et al, Pursuant to a Judgment rendered Term, 1922, the under I at the March signed Cimmlssioner will sell at public auction to the highest and best bidder, on the premise In Garrard County, Kentucky, at 10 o'clock, A. ' M., or or thereabout, on 1922, 14th., FRIDAY, APRIL the real estate mentioned In the pleadings ami described as follow: In Garrard County, Ky,. on the Lancaster and Islington pike, In the center of Lexington and Lancaster pike, corner to Ben Robinson: thence with Robinson' line S. 74, W 17.911 chain to a po'.; thence N. HI".. K. 18.15 chain to a post corner to Robinson and in G. C. Walker' line thence with Walker Roy Moberley, 2. Kr. 10, 2. TKR.MS. tlup; ? ington. -- Mrs. i . C. C. Becker and Mr. R. K. Swope spent last Thursday with their later, Mrs. Kin Moss, of Nicholas. ville. Mrs. Jess Gulley and children spent a few days last week as the guest' of her, parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Hen-drein Danville. Mr. and Mm- - Marshal Davis and erbert Taylor, of Nlcholasvllle, spent a few days last week as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Dean. Why do people whitewash board fences? For the same reason mills bleach flour to color up something they don't want the public to see. Glen Lily, the only unbleached. Garrard Milling Co. BIG LAND SALE The sale will lie maiie on a credit of six an J twelve month, and the purchaser will be required to execute bonds with approved security for the purchase price, payable to W. H. Brown, Master Commissioner, due in six and twelve month respectively, with Interest at six per cent per annum from date until paid, har. Ing tile force and effect of a judgment upon which execution may l ue, and a lien will be retained up on the Jand until the purchase money I paid. W. II. Brown. Master' FOR SALK: Some rancy Thoro Garrard Circuit Court. bred, Owen Farm, Thompkins Strain Robinson & Kauffman, o S. C. Rhode Island Red Rooster, Attorney for PUT. eggs from same strain. Price reasonable. .Call and ie, phone or Sheriff Mrs. Fred Hall, write Paint Lick,, Ky. (tf.) .) Cpm-miuional-s- n, Sale For Personal Property Saturday, Apr 15 j cutting price. Manure Still spreader, $50; Riding Oliver Plow, M0; Oliver Disc Harrow. $40; Oliver Smoothing Harrow, $15; Ituggy, $90; barb wire, $4.00. Field fence as long as it lat at GScts. J. R. Mount 4 Co. 0(1 I Iturr-i- il Ilni-l- r irm far nt II goitiMiiitliv note ! weiv "GoH.nlthi' Notes." Itaiiknotr Here orlglnilly called ' I .l'ftltlii. iH'eauw tht bankers ics Tlie Joint, or rIhv, wiuke to u limblliunl of I lie miiltlieni I'lilted State. Mitterflrtiilly reoemtilltig a snuke. It Is m railed Imtuiiv of Its fragility, Its lull easily lireiikliig Into kmalt piece. The mime al-- o Is to a Hlmtlur MH'le found In Its old world. Tht Joint Snakt. 319 ACRES CUT INTO per setting or Set, per egg by the 100. Flo'ck headed by K. II. Thomp-so- n Strain. Phone 378-V- . Mrs. Tandy Center, Paint Lick. Ky., Route No. 'J. Notice Any one holding claims against the estate of (i. M. Patterson, deceased, are hereby notified to present same properly proven to me on or before April 1st., 1922. Any one knowing themelves Indebted to said estate will please come forward and settle Mrs. CL M. Patterson, at once. ed FOUR FARMS Pursuant to a Judzment of the Garrard Circuit Court entered at it March term. 1922, in the case of The Garrard Bank fc Trust Co., Italntiff vs. David Dudderar Defendant, the undersigned will sell at public out cry in Unrastrr, Ky., in front of the Couit Huue Door Saturday, April 1 5th., at 2:30 o'clock P M. on a creJIt of three-- months and the purchases will be renulred to irive a bond or bonds with good Mirety. payable to the undersigned and drawing interest at t per cent per annum from date until naid and nm. m have the force and etfect of a Judg ment tr not paid at maturity; the property to be aold i a follow: Onij rock crusher; one clover hull-er- ; one fodder hredder .all beinuthe property of laid defendant. t.iven under my hand thi March 30th.. 1922 Jame Roblnon, hherilf of Garrard County - ' ) What Ht Would Do. Being told by Hot Ueucon tliut till constant uVm.imU for money from the pulpit would kilt lilt church, un old colored preacher replied. "Churcliei don't illi- - tlyit way, brutber. You liow lue one tliut did Jin' I'll khout with a voire of thunder, mil the dead tluil die In the Lord V" - lloton (3lC.3t..ptL) Admx. A part in the City Limits of Lancaster. 1 Notice Anyone holding claim against the estate of David Rankin, deceased, are hereby notified to preent same properly proven to me on or before April 20th., 1922. Anyone knowing themselvca indebted to said estate will please come forward and iettle Mrs. Olliv Rankin, at once. Admx. A pure, unbleached, unadulterated wheat (lour can only be made from a pure sound wheat. Rlen Lily is the only one in Central Kentucky not bleached and doctored up with phosphates. Garrard Milling Co. L) 'ltlcil Fine new residence in the city. This is the George O. Spoonamore farm. d January 1st, Terms Easy 1923, balance one, two and three years. One-thir. AT COST FOR CASH MY SINGLE COMB BROWN LEGHORN EGGS 10 for 7ficti., 100 for $4.00 in Lincoln Ancsstor Ownsd Slave for 1735 show that Mordent! Lincoln puld fur lioe for M "negro mail." From tlil we may Inter that the ijrtU;:ru.it-Tudfiithe- r "t Ahrahutn Uuttiln vrobubly initio) slave l.i lVn.irWifn,l, jrw ZytIg tieero before the Lmumiiuiloii prtctiiliioilijii. In North OieMMiuin A. llirrli-k- . An uivoiint AJiierieeU P.i-li' Lancaster M for $1.00, 100 for $5.00 by mall prepaid within third lone. BOX 173, LANCASTER, $Y. ERLE C. FARRA i ' , ? ' ' KuroKan aataat has It all workel out! Orlslnally alt tueu werr black and so as loef as they wern con-teto live oh fruit and root. Hut the American befau to eat meat nd HvatiM red, the Asiatics begaa to nils-- n m eallk and became yallow, sad ths Caucasia) ate too touch salt and so turned whltt. Youth's Companion. Explaining Color Almokt every little girl knoun that d her hair will If stin Is very, very curl, but who auspected that. It we stopped salting our food, we khoulil black and hate list uueT A See advertisement next week. j I rEh ; Notice Sub-Dutri- cf FROM OUR S. C. BROWN LEGHORNS. POW MALU DARK ialy Ckickt : W. H. Brown, Trustee in Bankruptcy of George O. Spoonamore. Trustees You are rvquestsdjile call at the otfice of County Superintendent and receive blanks on which you are to take the school census of your respec- tive district. Please call Saturday, April 1st. Respectfully, Jas. A. Abtier, County Supt. Greatest winter layer and money maker. Eggs, $1,25 per 15 and up. Chick 16ct. and up Give them a trial if not satisfied we will return your money. ! j J j ! Rockdale Poultry Farm (U)