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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): April 6, 1922 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1922 cen1922040601_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): April 6, 1922 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1922 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE CENTRAL RECORD. THIRTY SECOND TIAB LANCASTER. KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON. APRIL 6, 1922. l m NUMBER IS. MUCH BUSINESS COMMUNITY RED JUDGE J. W. MILLER LOCAL POOL PLANNING WAREHOUSES Passed on at City Coun CROSS WORK To Distribute Sale Pro Passes Into The Great Close For Season. Recil Meeting Beyond ceeds yill Go On In Garrard hi-- r MILLION DOLLAR FAILURE Robert Rankin And Petitions Satretary Facixi br Great Task, Un County The regular monthly meeting of ceipts 3,637,089 Lancaiter has loit another of Sons File Bankruptthe City Council last Monday night, foremost citizens In the i!cth of abl to Nam Data For Second The thinking people of Garrard found every member present and pre Judge J. W .Miller, which occurred cy Paraunt But It Will B. with county will rejoice today when they sided over by Mayor Champ, at the Norton Infirmary, In Louisville official hear that enough money has been The two local warehouse of the clerk, Paul Morrow at hi lart Tuexlay night at eight o'clock, Soon FORMERLY FROM GARRARD desk and City Attorney KaulTman raised to continue the valuable Red where he was taVen one week ago Hurley Tobacco Grower! With the closing of most ef the to be relieved of a serious lllne, Association have cloned for the on hand" to advise anil council with Cross community work in this county Four bankruptcy petition In which which came upon him about two season, with a total of 3,037,089 the august body. Several important for the remainder of the year. A receiving plants of the Hurley Tobac the aggregate liabilities are $043,-89were brought up chief a cold business proposition if for no co Growers' Cooperative Asrociation month ago. Kverythlng known to pounds of tobacco having been re- matter were flld in United State disamong them, the adoption of the other reason, this work should go the past week, will come the work of trict court at Covington by Rebert medical science and surgical skill wa ceived over these floor. done to relieve him, but It ill provSeveral wck ago, It was stated levy for the City of Lancaster for oij and the thousands of friends of apportioning a second distribution of Rankin and son, of Danville, farmwas fixed i lie great organization in tne city anil funds received from the sale of the ers, In partnership .and by Robert ed of no avail. in this paper Uiat the cost of oper- the year 1922, which Judge Miller had been Identified ation for the entire season would be at 75 cents, the same as lait year. county will be more than glad to association crop, Secretary 11. L. Rankin and two sons individually. with Lancaster and her business In- less than the salaries of the managers A complete detail of the levy can be hear that the sick and unfortunate; Early said Saturday. The schedule show the asset of Mr. Early said it will require some the partnership to be $172,345 and terest since he wtt a young man. and the auctioneers Ut season. seen In the ordinance published on the children in the schools and the Coming to Lancater an a very young Statistics furnished us by General the last page of this Issue of the Rec- families of the disable! soldiers will time to work out the apportionment the liabilities $205,599.00. Robert man and erved for many year a Manager, John M. Farra, boar out ord. A petition was read from the b aided to the greatest extent pos and still further time to write the Rankin listed his individual asset at Women's Club and the Chamber of sible. Owing to present business de L.75,000 checks necessary to make the $77,002, and his liabilities at assistant to the circuit court clerk, the above statement, The total operating cost of hand- Commerce, asking the council to pass presslon it has been exceedingly hard distribution, and that, he said, was Daniel F. Rankin' schedule at the lime time studying law, afterward obtaining hia license to prae-tlc- e ling the 3,037.081) pound., which in- an ordinance prohibiting poultry to raise money for this or for any the reason he wa unable to say showed assets of $140,035 and liabilat the local bar. He had a cludes, salaries, labor and all Inci- from running at large In the city li- other cau? no matter how meritori Just when the distribution would be ities aggregating $257,450.31 Chs. and dental expense, amounted to mit. This matter was discusied at ous, and it goes without saying that made. lendld mind, both literary F. Rankin listed his asset at $56.-80- 0 Mr. Early said that there were not legal. He ha often contributed or an average of about 18 some length, but the council felt that the Garrard County Chapter of the and liabilities at $229,177.02. article to the Central cent per hundred pounds. until a majority of the citizens of the American Red Cross is the only or 75,000 members of the association The Ranklns own the Shanks farm Record, being firm In hit conviction The total salarirs of the two town favored such an ordinance, it ganlzation with friend enough to but that attachment had been serv in Lincoln county, containing 250 ed in some ncses and that there acres, the Higginbotham farm In and never fearing to express them managers and the auctioneer last did not feel disposed to place one go over the top at this time. ! The thanks of the Campaign Com would be at least 20,000 assignments Garrard, containing 252 acres and ! year, was either In private or In public. 18.000. so we arc inform- - upon the statutes at this time. However the Mayor comes out In a warn- niittee are especially due to the most of these to secure loans ndvanc the Robert Evans farm in Boyle, At the time of Ills deatli JU.ige ed .which shows a saving of City Police, 508,88, which will go into the ing notice In this issue, and also ad- Roman's Club of taneaster, and to ed by banks, following the advance county, which they recently purchaswa Lancaster Judge, having been elected at thej pocket of the grower. vising the owners of poultry that tu cincient rreident, .Mrs. K. K. received on delivery, the banks re ed and which contains 840 acre. November election last fall and as- -' xbf above doe not include, nor then Is a state law against chickens Mcltoberts; to Professor J. R Abner, ceiving the check for the amount of It has been known for several month County the loan anil interest and the grower that these people were In financial of the sumed his duties on January 11.. uv,. nto consideration, of what Is running at large, and that unless this Superintendent For many years he known as capital or warehouse was complied with ,the council might Schools and the Hoard of Education; the remainder of the amount dl.1 straights, but no one of this year. thought or Superintendent tributed. a distillery which he built vestment and other overhead char- - take further steps in the matter. to Professor lloyd. even suspected that their liabilities Contracts continued to come in the were anything like the amount stated near the city and for twelve years ges, wMch of course must be borne I''1'' the Mayors card. A proclama-unde- r of the Lancaster Graded School and he served as Master Commissioner of Coming on the the new or association way,! tlon will be issued soon by Mayor his corps of teachers; to the pastor past week to the office of Assistant in the petitions. Garrard County, under Judge M. F. and likewise had to be borne under1 Champ, setting the week of May 1st. of all the (.ancaster churches nnd to Chief of the Field Service Division heels of the big Hagby failure a few way.! to'ilth., as "clean up" ueek, notice the pastor of all the churches of William Collins at the Tattersall months ago in Boylu county, brings Saufley. the warehouse or stork-holdHe was born in Boyle county, Sep jUt ,jnCP the above statement of of which will appear later in thrse the county outside of Lancaster, who warehouse. The number received out more clearly the decrease in gave their unanimour support to this the previous week was 235, 'repre farming land and farming products, tember 13th.. 1845, and was in his comparative cost of handling are cor- - column. ... i? 1. s m sun ui omiiuv. i reel, Haselden II rot ho rs were granted a work, which is a great asset to the senting 512,000 pounds oftobacco which is directly the cause of the two t fin. year. one readily see that the lie W. and jlusan Dolllns Miller and on difference in handling cost under permit to erect on the lot adjoining heolth of the county. The Rev. W, and with no special elTort made by failures. January flth., 1870, he wa married the new way are so much cheaper, the water tank, a storage house for A Ramsey, of the Paint Lick Pres- chairman in any county to obtain The Rankin family as n whole, to Mais Cora Peacock, of this city. and as every member of the asso- automobiles, with the proviso that all byterian church was untiring in his signatures, most of those signing do stand high in this and adjoining Judge Miller Is survived by his ciation ultimately reaps every ad- cars must be drained of gasoline, effort for the cause as was the pas Ing so voluntarily. counties, having come to the blue Of the 235 contracts received 83 grass region from Wayne County. widow, together with three daug- vantage obtained through tho co- should It effect the present insurance tor of the Methodist church of Paint Lick The Superintnndent of the came from Pendleton county, 3'. They purchased the best farms In hter. Mrs. Robert E. Hughes, Mrs. operative way, It is money saved for rate. Hugh T Logan, Mrs. George I). him. The ordinance which was passed Consolidated schools of the county from Lewis, 1G from Campbell, 10 Boyle, Lincoln and Garrard counties, two year ago, making all automo- and the worker in the City on Court form Clermont county, Ohio; nine and until the slump came a few Lusk, and one son. Commander John biles turn to the right when ap- Day Included Mrs. W. II. Burton, from Green county; eight from Gar months ago, were the most substanPaul Miller, U. S. N., who is now Live stationed at Agana, Guam, and two proaching the public square, wa.V Mr II. S. Hudson, Miss Mnttie Lutz, rnrd, eight from Uullltt, seven from tial financially, in Central Kentucky. brought up and Chief liratton was Mrs. Joe Price, Mrs. Frank Marks- - Uoyle, six from Lincoln, six from They have many friends who will brothers. Samuel Miller, of lloylc In Mrs. Clay Casey, five from Frankln and four deeply regret their financial reverses County and Kdward II. Miller, of Ininstructed to see that this law wa bury, Mrs. LeU Mr. James 1C. Italston, one of the dianapolis, Ind. complied with. Several accidents auuon, .miss .Martha litll, .Mrs. James from Henry. The others came from and hope they may soon be able to Judge Miller was a member of the livest wire in that dandy little City have occurred on the public square W. Smith, Mrs. Theo Currey, Mrs. S, all part of the district. regain some of their lost fortune. of Taint Lick was in Lancaster Tues- in local LoJge of Mason and a Knight violation of this ordinance, which G. Haselden, Miss .Mary Davis, Mrs. day and left a nice order of work Templar in the Ityan Commamiary should be enforced or stricken from J. J. Walker, Jr.. Mrs. Dave Thomas. CALL for the Record to get out for him. Mis Sallle Uwmn, Miss Mary Buck the records. at Danville. He is selling many articles below cost er, Judge G. W. Treadway, W. O Su The body arrived in (.ancaster and i running an add in this week' Meeting On Goodloe, and Wm F. Miller. Es- from Louisville yesterday at noon Service Itecord that all our readers should pervising pedal thanks are also due to the and was taken immediately to hi see up to his place and April 12th. Too much credit cannot be given Rev. E. U. Uourland, Rev. Price T. late home on Danville street. Short get and drive Three thousand notice have been some of these real bargains. Mr. Mr. W. A. Farnau, for the time, en Smith. Rev. W. E. Rix and Rev. Hud-so- sent to that many land owners in funeral services will be held there Kalston Is running one of the most crgy, leadership, initiativeness and A call for a meeting of the DemoMis Zlllah Dawes, of Bryants-vlllthis afternoon at three o'clock, after Garrard county, to appear before the general merchan- publicity, which he so freely and assisted as well as the Rev, L. Hoard of Supervisors, to show cause cratic State Central and Executive which the Lancaster I.odge of Mason dise store to be found in the Coun- willingly gave in the interest of the N. Thompson of the Fork Baptist Seelbach April will have charge of the burial serif any, why the valuation of their Committees at The ty, and that he is making a success recent drive for the Community Red church and Mr. and Mr. Rice Woods, real estate as fixed by the Assessor 12th., has been issued by Judge Cha. vice, which will take place in the goes without saying. Cross work. Without such leader Mr. and Mrs. Dave Hervey, Mr. and should not be raised in order to A. Hardin, of Harrodsburg, chairLancaster cemetery. ship this splrndid work could never Mrs A. B. Wynn, of Paint Lick. man. meet the $2,250,000 increase order State-wid- e have been accomplished, and the registration July 10th. Lost Boy Our neighboring counties of Iioyie, ed put on by the State Tax Com' 111 friend of the organization, we are Lincoln and Madison take it a a mission. and 1 1th., as provided for by the bill Raymond Hardwlck, IC year old Sheriff James Koblnson wa taken Assemsure, are deeply grateful to him for matter of course that the County Never In the history of Garrard passed at' the recent General suddenly ill last Thursday afternoon son of Frank Hardwlck, left his home the untiring service, which he has should have a community Both men nurse as county has a many notice been is bly, will be discussed. last Sunday morning and ha not and moved to Danville, where an Just rendered.- they have long ago found out that sued to the taxpayers before. The and women members of the comoperation was performed immediate- been heard from since. His parents mittees are expected. an ounce of prevention is worth a Hoard has adjourned are very much worried and would until next ly. Wc are glad to report his con Seriously 111 The general registration bill I one pound of cure. It is to be hoped Monday when the tax payers in Mag, dition much Improved and he hopes thank anyone for information as to of the most important ever passed by Friends here and elsewhere will this county will never go backward isterial District No. 1 is to appear to be able to rcturji borne in a few his whereabouts. He ha black curlry Kentucky Legislature, in the opinhair, weighs about 1 IS pounds ami regret to learn of the serious illness In regard to the health of it chil- before them during that week. The a day. The work dren the most valuable asset of any other three district of the county ion of Judge Hardin. wore a soldier's blouse, cap and over- of Carroll Reld at the Norton In entailed will be well worth while, he all the morning of his disappear firmary In Louisville. A (light oper community. will be taken up serially and all prop will be money wiseance.. If located, notify J. A. Urat atlon performed a few days ago has erty owners will be given a f6rmal said, and the cost ly spent. The personal property of It. N. ton, chief of police. given him some relief and the be Cross Drive notice by the sheriff or one of his Judge Hardin pointed to the fact Doolln will be sold Saturday at his lief is now that he will pull through The Red Cross drive Is still on in deputies, all of whom are working that the bill will serve to make the ' County farm on the Fall IJck pike. The Busy He has lots of friends here who will full blast ami the grateful people of every day in order to meet the de average citizen confident that his advtrtisement appears in this issue. be glad to learn of his complete ri' Lancaster and Garrard County are mand of the board' instructions. vote will count and that tt will not county juuge I roadway was covery. Read it, attend the sale and get a The member of the Hoard ap giving their all to this great and grinding out cases by the wholesale bargain. peared before the Tax Commission be nullified and killed by the use of worthy cause, meeting have been last Monday, chief among them be repeaters at the polls. It will give Beazley held throughout the county and at Frankfort last Saturday and en to the people of the entire State, "a ing a trespass case against Robert L. H. S. deavored to have $1,000,000 taken Friends here, where she formerly Chairman Farnau is feeling good feeling of composure and security," J. Walker nnd Arthur Hall charged from the increased apportionment, with fox hunting on the farm of J lived, will regret to learn of the over the amount that is steadily comadded. Lick High C. Itlgsby, in which Rigsby claimed death of Mrs. Mollie Ileaxley, which ing in If you passed up the chance but were met with firm opposition. he In addition to the fifty men and So the Hoard seem to be "between women members of the two commitCoach WMlLk.r Has A Strong Nln. that several of his sheep were in occurred on March 23rd. at her home to give in your own community you the devil and the deep blue sealas In the first ball game ofthe season Jured by the dogs running through in California, death resulting from may send same to the Treasurer, tees, Senator A. O. Stanley and the the saying goes, and they will be She is survived by her Wm. F. Miller at the Citizens Nation-a- t eight Democratic tKentucky Con the L. II. S. Base llall nine defeat- them. The case was given a Jury influenza. Hank and you wlil be mailed a "damned if they do and damned if gressmen will be invited. ed the Paint Lick lads in a rather which returned n verdict of not son, Dr. Walter Ileaxley, formerly of they don't this city and two sisters, all of whom receipt immediately. Remember one sided contest after tho fourth guilty. have the deepest sympathy of friends Just one thing that the Red Cross was Inning, by the score of 11. to 4. Lights Dim Up back in their "Old Kentucky Home. without a doubt responsible for, and The two teams started out and for! New Rev. I. W. Manley had a narrow is, not a single school was closed Raymond that tho first few Innings It looked llke Haselden has made Messrs. W. F. Champ and Rav . i i i ... i.i i.. i. in the county on account Listen of quite an improvement in his front escape from death hit Sunday night Haselden. who have served for .V .. ... l wpni. iiul. wiin ' diphtheria. Isn't this one thing and has removed some of his interior while returning from Mt Hebron lUHrvrr. nip viiuurs If you care to know how to do ex enough several month of the Hoard of Trus for you to give to this worthy (we are speaking of his store), church, accompanied by Leu Cobb. the fearful storm that was raging, tee of the Graded School, have re pert interior decorating, drop into cause? When opposite the Rout lane on and when the last inning rolled cently resigned which ha added very materially to and Messrs. Sauiley Conn Brothers store today, tomorrow tho scores counted it Hughe around, and it appearance. The new front i the Lexington pike they met an auto and Saturday and meet Miss E. J. and Charley Thompson were was found that CapUin Henry team the last thing in modern construc- with undimmed lights, which com an expert on all such named to fill out the unexpired II raid, who had won the contest by the score terms. An The Presbyterian Christian En tion and by removing the wall be- pletely blinded Mr. Manley, causing you will be held in decorating and will entertain election him to run over the embankment, mentioned above. by the hour. She represent May. the ucavor oi rami lick, win give a tween the two stores, has made It a overturning the car and completely The L. H. S. will play the strong Hanna Paint and Varnish Company measuring party Friday afternoon model of convenience and beauty, A steady drop will wear n hole in Goodloe and Walker Brother have demolishing It. Neither occupant nine rrom aprnigneid next Friday and will take pleasure in showing and evening of this week at Manse and this promises to be a real base a rock and the use of bleached flour you tho many good qualities of The public is cordially invited. The recently improved the front of their was hurt. The driver of the other will destroy your digestive system ball game. afternoon entertainment will be from hardware store, by lowering the large car never stopped or offered any astheir product. The, following U tho lino up for the TRc vltamine Is killed and turned to The hog who refuse to 3 to (J o'clock for married people; plate glass windows and some at- sistance. a particle of poison. Your Govern two teams In Friday's contest: the evening program being for young tractive exhibits can be seen there. dim his lights while passing another Notice L. II. S. Cox, Koblnson, Crutch-fiel- ment has spent n half million to pro- folk and will be from 7 to 10 Conn Brother are also painting up, car should be dealt with and severeAll member of Franklin Lodge Anderson, Gastlneau, Henry, tect you and ha and there tore is now spick and ly punished. forced it to be o'clock. (Capt.), Este. Ilratton and Daniel. labeled. Glen Lily Is the only one No. 7, I. O. O. F are requested to pan, both the exterior and interior. be present Monday night, April Mr. Smith, Specialist In Poultry, Andy 'Smith has proven himself an Paint Lick II. S Cornctt, Ward, that Is safe; casta no more. Postoffiaje Wallace, Davis, Elder, Hensley, Garrard Milling Co. 10th. There will be work in Initiatory will speak at the next monthly meet artist, by decorating the front of the Degree by visiting team, also there ing, Wednesday afternoon, April 12, Romans Opera House with a new An examination for cUrktWp Caldwsll, Estridge, Beaxley. Don't ml the Operetta at the will be a banquet at the Court House at 2:30 o'clock at the Paint Lick coat of paint, which Stuck out 6; by Cornett 0. ha added very in the Lancaster psot office will be School Building tonight at 8 o'clock. after Lodge meeting. held' her on Ajrll 15th. Anyone school materially to this popular theater. Error by L. II. S. 8; by Paint Lick desiring further Information or apJohn W. Wood. Sec'v. II. S. 10. Babjr ckick (aaa, wksat, cons aas! It Creata Dairy Fsl wlH saaka year BJLr4 OboUtk Fltsir I aura, plication blank apply to Earl fl, HIU by L II. S. 6; by I't. L. II, S. Is far larger ckUkaas. See our Ultaal saaa1 U Mara caw glra aar aslttu kealtkfiil aa4 sUIUIaas. Try sack Broadus, at the pott office, who iJ Umpire Lawson. 3. HuaVea 4 Fansau. you bur. Faraati. today. Hu4oa 4 Faraau. HaaW a Farmau. the temporary local secretary. Pounds 0, $251,-410.5- 7. II,-Milt- er ..i 1 Wire Merchant Town Untiring Every Landowner To DEMOCRATIC Appear Before For State Board n. e, Sheriff Sale Saturday Red Judge Defeats Paint Trustees Painting Your ' Ladies 1 Measuring Party ' d, Clerk by-Co- Usa Th Central Rcord. Lancatter.'Ky. Thursday, April 6 1922. "Figaro" publish-cd American Legion News Which Do When the Pari WANT GLEN the expenses of the United State Army of Occupation, the American healthy SmaH Herds of Anfmats letog Legion in France registered Hck. The picture showed n dough-bo- y Maintained f&r Purpose of pushing anltle Marianne a the Obtaining Fertilizer. latter l about to take a plate of gold Ocrmany. from Kvrry Chamber of Commerce In SURPLUS MATERIAL UTILIZED he State of Waihlncton ha voted in favor of the American Legion's plan for adjusted compensation. Practice ef Keeping Llv Stock I to B crtoon against thf payment of KEEP FEW COWS When John A. hham, of Boise, Ida-l- o, discovered that 0cor Weymlre, 1,1 old bunkmate in the army, had I'nlltd tMilin.n1 not paid hi American Legion due iri'i .rtd.tr IkI Atilllur. A Bleached, lie decided to visit Weymlre. The Truck grower and greenliotiM' nnil letter wa trapping .100 mile away In the KnMerii tatei are flnillliK It with Iti Creamy Color, but Isham made the trip by foot, llirienslngly dlfflrult to secure a Mi- Phosphate Cured horse and skates and brought in the ply of stable tiuiiiiirr, and some grow- Rich Nutty Wheat Flavor er bate ailopteil the prarttre of kerdues. Itig n nunll brru of row or other Dead Woody Taste Light and Fluffy stink for the purpixe of iiip1ylnc The strength that won the iiiaiitire, mid a a iiiiii of utilizing ami St Mlhlcl I being uhmI xurplus or naste material. The prvlf to guard New York against payroll leuof mnliitnlnliig soli fertility unnnil tifinLr niitstonitup riiritifrll4. Thl der present I'otiilltloli n i of Hie American Legion I furnishing ex- - nt the tr'etit . ..t.tf Ia f Tnail a Via tsllt "iiuvii v ttK irouiT' AssiNlatlon of Amrrlra, at luittiviii nuu tw ii a tlx oilulon (the men and women who carry huge' Altiaiiy, N. V., and It jsums through the business wction. of the tect'lNble growrm nnd lute federnl worker promt that the prae-thl kI to It of kifpliic ll who raked Mroiigly rti'oiiiineiuled Hundred!! of In Pencil Stain on Silk. mine. out or the .Nortn oca uuring when thl rati he done proPtnhly. Must Know When to Step, if potnIuni . A 10 per rent folutlnn but Scarcity of Plant Pood. "h nil right to Intuit nt joh the World War want to applied with a trouble up to n cyiinlne. rnrcfiilly In Nilnf, said in Prohibition Commissioner Hayne' The head of th tegrtiihte gardrii ramclhnlr brudi, will nually remov L. t'ncle Kben "but If jou keep It up L of the JlriHchurtt Agrl rln.. f..... .. sum M)t. I'rroxlile i( hydrogen majj Iiki long, you begin to look foolUh." "A rejmrtetl tlmt being put in commission etiltural tlb-sehasers are also be applied without Injuring the! show that the the lloltimore, Mil., and when com sluily of In reliu In I ct depends on thl J material, a emit hore rrrae .Mnrlnirlt Hlth Affect Coral Btad. will form a navy that will frotii IPII) lo ltr.lt I surd that composition of niicli Indelible enclli A U'llt'f eilt nuioiig tin? iicgrne: pleted or Ink. fewrr aere ran now Ih funilohiil of the Writ Indie tlmt the color of rage war on rum runners. with '.11 ton of tahlr iniiiiire per arre n'rnl I alway nlTotiit by iln tnto In A discovery that Harvard, Neb., than to II'IO. To off. rt tht In of hciiltli of the bniiiilng patChildish Frankness. didn't have a way of getting the plant fiHi.l, which wa formerly olx Charle. with til father nnd mother, er In disease. wa spending the ilny nl tlx' home of latest new on the weather, crops and tallied from tulle innniire, will I he etpriiillluie of hrtween $1, Pepc's Lov for Reading. till grandparent. When lie liml fincurrent event caused an old navy Mild ll.liM). Kvm then'ne company a I bate kept, UiUt-l- i A ished til dinner be escncd himself, n Now rKMMl ladio operator to get busy. erfert of the link that he wished to play with hi toy", t'pon anil nn nim li u I lote It, lote readLegion is Issuing "hot liKM'iiliiled orcaiilr matter rontaliwd th' American being prompted to ny "Thank you, ing hotter, iiml wotilu ruthrr In; grandum," he serlouly added. in rci.dinc than In the tnoat clT the wire" news to the Harvard In manure and for Hli'cli nn eiiiall) tltixenry. eltli'lriit llhtltilte ha been found." I'ope. agreeable r n ratlin dinner and good sapper, too, I hoi-Wlille thl dlm-garthe cost of manure formerly ned to supply "If the Legion want the llag tak-- i the plant food. It I prohnhle that It n down they can hire a couple of the wa much lr than the eot Of the kteeple Jack and take it down," wa This prnl-terfertiliser now piiirhM-d- . '.he answer the board of commision I not routined to any one state, Colo. tint with a few local exception I bers made to the Littleton, IN THE d ing felt throughout the territory In American Legion post when it the improper care being given which segetablr- - crop are grown for the flag on the court house. Noth- the market. At the I.exliiKli.n (5tas.) field staing loath, a couple of old mint climb. tion, whlrli I ronilurted under the diAND HELP YOUR TOWN irs turned the trick. rection of the .State College of Aerb lahrsti by blaster tai Qvtui Coialj Charier offtaattrce nn etperltnrnt station, what culture old are termed "manure economy Investl Their own hero's death from O K'd HV COMMITTEE FROM LANCASTER HANKS war wound,' has caused a Des Moines, gnllon' nre being conducted, In these -2 iiwa family to send a request to the tet the ue of tnhle iiiamire In iniil erate iiiantltle Iw'ltelng uileuient(il .Amorican Legion for an Best lamliMit for SURPLUS FUNDS Best way It pay fir HONE. man for adoption. J. E. ROBINSON, President Wm. S. HOPPER. Sec't. & Tre. FLOUR Strongly Rtcemmndet In Section Whir It Can Don Profitably, Free Instructions COME In Interior Decorating APRIL 13th, 14th, 15th Learn how easy it is to make Old Floors, Old Furniture like new with - Ar-t'on- GARRARD MILLING CO illrui ex-go- Conn Bros., Lancaster Farm And Home News From Over Kentucky Three orchard which are being conducted by their owner in co operation with the College of Agri culture extension division are expect-ito help many Muhlenberg county farmer with some of the difficulties i f fruit raising, County Agent F. 0. 'rowne has reported. They will be pruned, sprayed and managed acording to recommendations in order tc bring out a number of Important point. Moisture will be saved in them by mean of culthation and mulching. More than -- 00 Jackson county boy and girls enrolled in poultry club are boosting the poultry stan lardizatioti movement to put purr bred Ilarred Plymouth. Hock on as many farms as powdble In the coun ty, according to W. K. Reynolds, ounty agent. Forty settings of epp were recently distributed in one d - Hanna's Lustro- - Finish 1 e ing to recommendations. It is aald to be the first one conducted as a dem- 1 onstration for farmers of the y- count- W" Some people do a lot of talking ibout hell before they get there. We have no objection and navy being reduced vided congress agrer to ing the next time we scrap. to the army in slie, prodo the fightget into a 1 .' WALKING THIS NOTED WILL MAKE FIT BUY- STOCK - STALLION pro-ktste- Lancaster Building & Loan Ass'n THE SEASON AT OUR PLACE, ONE MILE WEST OF PAINT LICK, ON (LANCASTER PIKE, AT Earned 6 1- Per Ct Last Year. Daily Thouoht. f.ii. glu eterr. . i i week. As a result of several demonstra tions on the best methods of pruning .tin! spraying held in ditTcrrnt Barren At Lift's Board. "How varied are the cuoti that n't iirouml life's board," iiv n writer, 'fliey runge, one mlcht remurk, fnun xui'cniK ii to nut. IUitmi TrntiMrrliit. Various Uses for Birchwood. Illrrhwood wns by to- impyru. In runtl l.'iiclnml the wood Is used tvr bwU of lioe, torches, and cliam.nl. iloni i . of Mhlt niany-rolore- .!. rudlancu War wounds nnd nervousness laid to shell shock i believed responsible, for the act of Ralph W. Harrison, of Maplewood, ,N. J., who committed ot suicide by shooting himself with the rmy revolver he had carried in France. uil don't hehltote to remind Family Gcner.lly on Job. "Tiiln't no use botherltr to till friend III fault," wild I'liele Khin. -De chunrr aro lil funiily tii more alxmt 'etn dnn ymi OWu, an' 1 ' lin." I AUTO TIRES I 1 30x3 Tubes this week $1.50 30x3i Oldfield tires $9.99 H 30x3i Firestone tires $11.65 United States, the scores to tele-- 1 in plriitniiH ri fri'hnn-ii- t U tetl-fle- craph to each team at the end of I I t "liull Putting a each range. the mm iiUNtititr of Hiil.T Into an empty rum r.k nnd lenwng It until It When it carnlvnl pitched it tent grog Is mlled hulling u nifk. in hi hotel property nnd nn appeal to the authorities proved of no avail, Charles E. Young, Sr., St. Augu. t.ne, Kin., used the old sea method of showing distrvs nnd hung the American llag on his hostelry upside if own. 'The American Legion, protested the act and Young publicly rpoIogUed. Tlo nilli.ro rioiiriifulni 1 d n Ocubtful. -Po," uld Johnii;. . liLI'ig up from The American Legion rifle team, conipoltlmi, -- in 'wutfrwork' ull of Golden, Colo., composed entirely cue wonl or do jou p u th a men whoe rifle. played a part in bjilnui'.r lfctiiii Truncrlpt. '.he World War battles, has isued a, challenge to any rifle tenm in the InEtnious Sailor. :t county communities several orchards have containing nearly 3,000 tree received attention which should prove belpful in increasing the yields from hem, County Agent J. O. Horning ays. Interest among Morgan county farmer in the improvement of their home orchards Is centered around the one owned by J. W, Henry, which he is conducting a a demon- 'tration in cooperation with County Agent It. II. Itankin and the College i f Agriculture extension division. The orchard, which contains 200 trees, I being pruned and sprayed accord $20.00 to Insure a Living Colt. SEASON DUE IF MARE IS TRADED OR PARTED WITH. Cornett Bros, PAINT LICK, KY., Route No. 2. (.2.fit.) . aT .TPSMPlTSTSTSjMSSSM w j Probltm of Kttping Live Stock to Maintain Soil Futility I Not Con. flntd to Any On Section. The Chicago, 111. board of aider-Te- n has voted to yend a delegation (f five of it members to Washington to help in the tight for the American Legion's bill for adjusted compensation. llecause the doesn't speak German and the man he nam-i- d does, Hep. Kdward Volgt of the 2nd. Wsconsin district refused the request of the American Legion that tlyde Kill World War veteran be appointed postmaster at Klkhart Lake, Wis, Hep. Volgt ha. Informed citizens who favored Kill When a tornado struck Corinth, Mis., the Mayor called on the American Legion post to furnish an armed patrol to prevent pillaging. For t our after the rastastrophe the men were on the Job In the itricken areas. Judge Kcnesuw Mountain Landis flatly refused to become an honorary Member of the American Legion when the honor was offered him hi speech before the Mobile, Ala. post. "No man who ha not the title of a World War veteran rbould be permitted a place on the loll of the Legion." he raid. "I would give almost anything 1 have ior that title." fol-cwi- I 30x31 Goodyear tires $10.95 CANVAS TOBACCO I I 4 3-- 4 TO 5 by commercial fertilizer, crop, crt-- rotation ami other mean l! fertility, of iiihIiiIhIiiIiii; Wast I Utlllnd. tirower of calming crop such a l'ii uml kui't'l coin hne for )cnr pli't followed the print Ire of utilizing the tine, fodder and other watte In the ferm of kltage for the feeding of cattle, or dnlry cows, thl heep, practice supplying them with large quuiilltlr of manure, Itrneucd attention I now being iltrccti-to thl practice, and In section where the Ktircpcnii corn borer ha maile It hH many groMer li'iive found .cnriiix-i It desirable to ercit Hois for the of the Mirplu material, , thereby securtIJ to their stiK-king tiiumire for their crops, and al largely controlling the corn borer The t'nlted .State Ivpiirtmetit o Agriculture strongly recommend' these practice ulieretrr roiiilllon will wurriint the keeping of live stink GROW CUCUMBERS ON FENCES What a Hog Needs For Quick Growth For Frahic Alfalfa flour and tankage in Purina Chotv builds a hrue frame on which to "tow fieih. For Flesh Tankage, linseed fl.mr and ututcn feed supply flesh, Mood, hide and hair. For Fat Mn'asics, hominy and make fat, heat and encrcy. t''und to corn ll e Purina Pig .Chow insures 25 40 more hog. Keep 'em coming Sec us today CENTS A YARD. Plant Vulcan Plows and P Requir Space, Censidrbl and for That Reason Ar Not Suitable for Small Osrdtn. 1 Points WIRE f ENCE-- 6 Inch STAY SPECIAL 68cts Becker & Ballard I BRVANTSVILLE, KENTUCKY. i i i i to five hill of encumber usual ly will produce enough for the onll nary family. Cucumber mpilrc con sldrrable tpare. nod for that jciion they may not lit Into the scheme of small garden. It I huweter to plant the cucumber along a fence or n n r a building uml Iruln the tine on u supiiort of wire or strlngit so tlui they will nut enrumter the grouti or occupy the spare required by other crop. In making the bill or the row tn which the are plnntrd, it I mi mi re small uinouut of should be lulled with the soli. A lit tie fi rt Hirer also help, hut It shnulit be used carefully In present Injury.-llnltKtuti Ul.rliiil. of Agrl e, id Tn fXJttZ-Mmt-' 3BnSSflBlJiKLj For Sale by BECKER cmltur. ft BALLARD, Bryanliville, Ky Th Central Racord, Lancaster, Ky Thursday, April 6 922. 1 Kmmmaxzmsxim&xzsHmmm C&ttfXfttXtttfctltltU MOSAIC DISEASE HARMS POTATOES Adequate Measures for Elimina- The International tion ol Ailment Must Bo ' Harvester Co. Taken Immediately. TROUBLE OF AMERICA Is now represented in Lancaster by us and we will carry a complete stock of repairs and implements including the SPREAD BY INSECTS Situation May Dt Somewhat Improved by Partial Weeding Out of Worst Reduced Cases Yield I About 30 Per Cent. Iat.(..r.. A Copyrlht 1M llin Sc.uffncr & Mr Sooner or Later? We all hunt for qiinMy in CLOTHING, thatV why we keep the quality up. We make a bunlnesa of selling quality Clftthinjr; we could sell cheaper stuff at lower prices; Kootlslhnt are lower priced because its cheaper quality. We don't sell it because our customers really don't want it. Our racks are full of NEW SPRING STYLES in beautiful shinies of BLUE, GRAY and BROWN, including the new club checks made for us by Hart Sohaf f ner and Marx HENS BOYS SUITS $18. KNEE SUITS HATS $20, $22.50, $25. $30. UP STETSON $7.50, $8.50, $10.00, $12.00, $13.50, AND $15.00 MANHATTAN SHIRTS BOSTONIAN SHOES. Quality lingers long after the price is forgotten. HOUSE OF QUALITY. Jas. W. Smith j LANCASTER, KY. Maynie Lee llallard we re In Lcxtng. Stanford. BRYANTSV1LLE ' ton Thursday shopping. Mr. and Mrs. Itobert Hutchison Mr. Sam Holcomb wai In l)urgin Mr. Lewis llerndon, of Louisville, and children, of Danville were Sun Saturday. was the guest Sunday of Mr. and day guest of Mr. and Mrs. M. Kennedy, Master James Lear Kose has been Mrs. J. llogan llallard. on the sick lut. Messrs. Geo. and W. J. Ilroadu Mrs. Kllen Curtis, of Richmond, Mr. C. C. Ilrckcr was in Lexington Is the guest of her tons, Messrs and Miss Lettie Ilroadu.. attended th funeral of Mr. John Harrison Pose Forest and Floyd Curtis. Friday on of the Western Mates tun ducted during the kii Mimmer by pi thologlM of H- i- I'nllcd Suites 1, pitrliiient of Agriculture shows Hint fur the unless inliifiHtc meusures I'llliillliitloll (if Hid mosaic disease nt liotntoe lire tnken Immediately Hi murk of iMitato sevd Improvement In the West will mmhi become I'Xtremel) illtltrult. If nt nil tiosillile. Ilelng of nil Infectious nature, the dleiist Is spread III the Held throughout the siiimner It) menus of Insect whlili carry It (rum diseased to Iicnltti) ilnnts, nml It nWn tnin.mltted ltli the iwcd tuber. fmm on.' generntlon to iitiother plant There Is no etldciire Hint mire Infected cull recover and produ n lienllliy orogeny nt uiiy time, (in the contrary, the Infected pluiits ordlnuril) comll under certain environmental tlmis iimctlratly ceimr to produce tu hers In the third or fourth generation If only a partial weeding out of II worst cases Is practiced, the situntli tuny tie somen lint liuprmeil, thoiiul not In all cases and by no mean tier inniiently The mllil nml the medium stages of the dl.ense left In the sloe sene as perpetilnl sources of Infection mid eventually Hie entire otniln be-mines dUensed nnd Is npt to "run out completely Reduces Yield 30 Per Cent. It tins lieen reeiitltlly iteiininlrntii In the Kat Hint the mernee reduction of )leld due Jo liyxule uImiiiJ HI per relit,. I'reClsely tile nliie en eel or till ll.ense was noted In Hie rne of all the varieties grown In dllTereiit Western states. Koine reuinrkiilile lu.tuiices were observed during the Inst tw yenrs of Held ohvrntlon inrrleil mi by the department In which the redu Umi of yield In Indlvldunl hills wns In direct proMirtlon to the severity of II Infection. The poiiito nrrenge In cert n In Irrt gntcd sections of the West Int. be Increased this year by compared Willi Unit or the hut yen yet the yield In thee districts Is only two minis or tiormiii. Many growers complain Hint where sucks or more were raised to the acre In forme yenrs, only to l. ncks nre obtain able now. This I. In fields under good cultural conditions. Allowing good stands and n hlcli freedom from fungus ami luieterlnl discuses. Th tow yielding quality of the strains I question mi doiitit Is principally maiilfestatliHi of iu.ihIj The ueel n gooil seed in I lie nest is well reeog. 1 one-thir- d suney I'MO'I It th' Aerl'uiiHr5X.L. Inflm.n! I of DEERING BINDERS and MOWERS See us about your DISK HARROW. We have prices that will please vou. Our BUGGIES are the best and the most reasonably priced. BRIDLES, COLLARS AND HARNESS of all kinds. Your business will be appreciated. GoofHoe & Walker Bros MT. HEBRON Mr. Craig McKechine nnd wife, of Marcellus, attended services nt this place Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Dean nnd Misses Irvine Dean and I'rof. lirown at tended services at Pleasant Grove Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Hamlet Jennings and daughter and Mr. Krnest Mont, gomery attended the llible Institute at Ilurgin Inst Tuesday evening. Mr. nnd Mr.. Lewis Murphy and Mrs. Unite, of Lexington, were the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hicks Saturday and were callers of Mr. G. Common Sense About Eczema and Eruptions! tfsra's Something About S. S.S. That You'll B Clad to Hear. Tou might lust as well know tt rlht now. the cause of skin eruption, plmplts, blackheads, bolls and ao on. Is rlht In the lUxl. There Is no ft-lln- g away from It. HcUnca has prove-V prov It. You can prove It. It. When the causo of skin troubles an.t eruptions Is In tho tlooJ, It Isn $ fm- - .Thompson. Itemember the play. Valley Farm, to be given nt the school auditorium here Friday evening at 7:30. Admission -.- 1 nnd 15 cents. Everybody invited to attend. W 8. 8. 8. CUe Tea An .tactile 6Uat mon sense to simply trf.it th skin. A tKtttla of K 8. H, will prove to yo'i what Is happening In your bloot. rirf .i. It .1 scientific likxxt cleanser. It drivel out the Impurities which cauee ecxenu. tetter, rush, pimples, boils. bUckhrals. Motches en. I other akin eruptions. When these Impurities are driven out. you can't stop several very nice thlr.x i from happening. Your lips turn rosy. Your eyes sparkle, your L rompteslon clears. It becomes Your fare Ixiku like that of a refine t prosperous, ruIJy. well-ferentlemaii, or If you nre n wornin. your complexion becomes (ns real kln t that tho whole worU i n tmtre. S.rt.H. Is also u iHiwerfut Uj.ly.bull.ler. It bullJs new anil more cells. That's why It fills out sunken cheeks, bony necks, thin Unit., hetpi It costs little bs regain lost flesh. Saturday, April 1st Mr. O. W. hire this happen to you. 8. H. 3. U Thompson celebrnted his 87 anniversMll at all druc stores. In tro sitae. Tho brger sUe is the mora acooomlsal. ary. Those of his grandchildren present were: Mr. and Mrs. Ben "S. S. S. Ij for sale at McRoberU King, of Uoylc, Mr. and Mrs. Tim Drug Store." Ford and daughter, Miss Fannie, and son, Stanley, of Lexington, Mr, and They keep on saying that water I. Mrs. II. I Thompson anil daughter, cheap, but it is mighty expensive Miss Vilma, Mr. and Mrs. Wesley A hen mixed with some of the stocks Thompson nnd children. Mr. and Mrs. we buy. Orbin Thompson nnd son, Leland, of this county. A bounteous dinner Of course, it may have no connecwns served and an enjoyable day tion with the reds of Russia, but spent. All left wishing him many .nany American farmers are chang nst-ura- tlr be.tu-tlfut-- lll The prayer service is being well nt tended and much interest taken. Services were conducted last Thursday evening hy llro. Harry Stone and this week will be conducted by Subject. "Death." I'rof. Hurrod. Mrs. A. S. Dean entertained at a croquet party Saturday afternoon In honor of her grand daughter. Miss Lorcne lirumfield and I'rof. Otis lirown. A large crowd was present and an enjoyable afternoon was spent. Lt bll ee buine. Mist Jessamine Watts, of Camp has been the guest of her sister, Mrs. Hoy Campbell. Mr. and Mm. llallard ami family of Stanford, were the guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. A. 11. Swope, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Henry were guests Sunday of her Well, ,Mr. lleJIe Davis, of Sulphur parents, Mr. and Mr. Forest Curtis. is visitintr her sen, Mr. V. K. Davis Mr. and Mrs. It. D. Woods and nml family. family, were guests Sunday of Mr. C. M. Dean and Mm. John Mi and Mrs. Will Kason ,of Lexington. W. Ilryant, were in DanvtlW shep-pin- t; yr. and Mrs. Hubert Sagercy.'of Friday. MMer, of Pay4tsv1Me., XlcholaAille, were week.ond guests Mr. Husk k f her sister, Mr. and Mrs. Newt Ark., is the guest of her sitter, Mrs. (Joney. W. K. Davis. Dr. II. II. Montgomery and little Mr. James Durham has returned to Hatard after several weeks stay daughter, of Taint Lick, were Sun day gurts of Mr. and Mrs. John W. with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. (Joebcl Dalian), of Ilryant. liaiard, are the guest of his mother, Mr. and Mrs. It. P. lirown and litMrs. Florence llallard. tle daughter, Heka, were week-enl V 1t.Hi.nl nn.l Mi.. guest of Dr, anil If Mrs. lirown in Mr. It. I'. lirown few days last week on business. Messrs. Heeler and IlallurJ have purchacd a new International truck. Mr. H. K. Swope of Aberdeen, Mis., is with his family for a . wti In Louisville Nelson, Tuesday, Miss Jane Howling and Miss Susa Marigott, of K. W. C, Danville, were week-enguest of Mr. and Mrs. G d A. Howling. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Gosney and Ilttl son, .Master vuiiiam uerkeie, were guests Sunday of Mr. nnd Mrs. Mar Ion Montgomery. Mr. Fannie Ilryant returned home Sunday after several weeks stay with her grandauglitcr, Mrs. II. It. Mont gomery, of Paint Lick. Mrs. J. II. Kdwanls and Miss Allie Mae Kd wards were hostess to the W, L. T. U. last Friday afternoon. Tea and sandwitches were served. Little Miss Hoxie Fay Mullins has returned to her home In Lexington after several months stay with h grandmother, Mrs. Nan Mullins. .nr. ana .Mrs. i.ouis liromlus are rejoicing over the arrival of a line boy, born March 1 1th., named Louis, happy returns of the day. ing the color of their barns. Healthy Irish Cobbler Potatoes. lilied mill Is growing every year, e only n meuger iiinntlty of even relu lively gixMl heed Is obtiilnnble. Ther Is very little. If any, lwie of linimivlug Imdly lufis tisl strnlus of the department specialists think, therefore, prompt efforts should he iniide to Incnte the most healthy stmiiis of the viiiiuiis liniiortatit com iierrini inneiies. Miice mere Is no menus ut prcM-n- t of delecting uiosnli mi the tuber the senrch should be eon lined exclusively to the fields during the growing sen son, When Hie best slrnlns nre found they should further be Improved by the iiuniiul elimination of nl the diseased Imlhldmils. Specialists Mutt Be Sought. It Is necessary to plnce this work' In charge of highly (ruined specialist, since me Ideiitltlcntlon of certain minute nud ectillnr chamcters of Hit disease requires n nmsldenible cximt! ence nml u great dent of palliul.nliMt Kiiowinige. hurthennore, miiiilfestn tloiia of niostilc under the varied cut llirul and clliimtle coiidlllons of the West are often very obscure mid not yet fully understood. BIG NEEO Engineer I S RR1N G WSB a TONIC db. HAPPY iSW d Jr. liiisraM.MttiM Ready for Rugs and Carpels open and ready for call for your Carpets, Can make them like I have the Conners-vill- e Equipment, the best vacuum suction cleaner made. GIVE ME A TRIAL Our cleaning business is Sprjntf operations, and we will Hukh, Etc., if you phone us. new with a very small cost. A pure, unbleached, unadulterated wheat Hour can only be made from a pure sound wheat. Glen Lily is the only one in Ceiitrnl Kentucky not bleached and doctored up with phosphates. (3.30-4- t ) Garrard Milium Co fi a OF BETTER ROADS at Sea Regarding Highways wnicn will stand Up Under Modern Traffic LANCASTER CARPET AND RUG CLEANING WORKS II H. L. BAILEY, Manager. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. Illrst, Wisconsin highway en gineer, hits declared Vint the best en glnecin today arj at sen regarding Some people never quite believe it the kind of roads which will stand up Is a secret until they, have told It to under modern traffic, or Him trartlc which will del elop In a feu- yenrs. their best friend. Travel hy air. to any considerable ex. It I fortunate we do not all think tent. Is still a lung way off, and for alike. There would be no occasion good many yesrs to come there will he urgent need for better and better for roasting the editor. A. It. - Every good housekeeper cleans house in the Spring. So should you clean all the impurities out of your blood and get healthy, red blood coursing through your veins. Our spring tonic will put "pep" in you. It will make you look better, feel better and do your work with a smile. Come in and get a bottle and start taking it today. All our drug are pure and fresh. Hew about rubber goods? Come to US for it. (kbjhwiiya. McRoberts Drug Store aa Th Central Record. Lancaster, Ky., .Thursday April 6. 1922 SEED POTATOES GARDEN Br DOROTHY WHITCOMB Ccpyrltbt, SEED, ONION SETS lilt, W..lern flint "Wlmt's itirr," Jim Hit Imul'le, mitlilng Nir t l.ealerr money km. won't SEED SWEET POTATOES. ' VctiM find It nn Infnllllilr FRESH FISH Ladies and Childrens Trimmed Hats Mens Hats and Caps, Hosiery, Notions, Gro- ceries and Tires. ALL AT FAIR PRICES Sanders Variety Store Mr, and Mrs. Hoy Prather and chil dren. Mrs. Henry Tuttle, and Miss Fannie Merida were guests Sunday Mrs. William Steel continue 111. of Mr .and Mrs. Wm. Walker. Mi Fannie Alerida It visiting Mr. .Mr. and Mrs. John Prichett, Mr. Henry Tuttle. and Mrs. Ollie Prichett, of Stanford, Mr. Edd Baker wm a recent vlsi-to- r Mr. and Mrs. Dave Cummin of Jud in Somerset. son, were visitors Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Baker spent latt week Mrs. Henry Yater. with Mrs. J. II. Tosey. Mr. and Mrs. John D. White had Mrs. John Donaldson was the truest for their Sunday guests Mr. and Mrs. o( Richmond friends the past week. Simon White and children, Mr. and Mis Savanah Lane was the gutst Mrs. James Marsee and son, Stanley, Thursday night of Miss Agnes Misses Margaret, Ruth and Sallie Brown. Lou White. Mrs. J. B. Baker is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Preston Snyder and Mr. Snyder. Dye Your OM Straw Mr. and Mrs. Joe Turner and children, spent Sunday with Mr. and Costs Little and Easily .Mr.. James Ynntis. Done With Misses' Lucy and Nolle Turner Saturday visitors of Mines were Mollie and Ethel Barnes. Mr. Milton Ward has returned home after a visit with Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Ward, of Madison. Mr. Jim Flanery and family moved Wednesday to a tenant house on the farm of Mr. N'oah Marsee. Mr. and Mrs. Lee I'enington and family, of Buckeye were Sunday guest of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Lane. Mrs. Tom Doolin and daughters, Cora and Flora and Mrs. Oscar Lewis visited Mrs. Marcus White recently. Mrs. Alfred I'oynter is with her mother, Mrs. Green I'oynter who is critically ill at her home in Lincoln. Mr. and Mrs. Marcus White and Httle son, Hugh Clifford, were Sunday afternoon visitors of Mrs. James Yantis. Nkkat Dre cerae In fourteen different Mr. and Mrs. Tom Turner and ec4or. with direction on each park .ft for mitlnr. fto that almoat any thad deelrtd visidaughter, Julia, were week-enmay t ebtalneJ. It Is to tlmple to u will can apply It ters of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Smith, of that r,n a child oU atraw hat and Itfreah look rctltlrtly mat No matter hew tolled and and r.ew. the Lexington road. laded your old atraw hat. Nuhat Djr will Mrs. Mary Coley, of Richmond and rlt It a Wautlfk! ftskh and nut It a kn.ly thtt ytara creation. Nuhat rolort Mrs. Carrie Davidson, of Lancaster, ar remanent, waterproof, leans th were guests the past week of Mr. draw ortoft and pllall o It wont crack, run. fade Alwajn call for Nuhat and I aura you and Mrs. W. T. Sutton. ret It. Any drurtUt or department .tor wi3 .how you the fourteen color Nuhat Mr. and Mrs. Milton Ward. Mr. Color Card. If your dealer cannot tupply Tom Ward, .Mrs. C. It. Henry and you. order direct from ua. i'rlce, lit. L. State color dr. red. children, were Sunday visitors of Cvmpany, Jarioon, Ttnn. I. ChrUtman Mr. and Mrs. William Clark. GUY. Neat PoriHuti glatinil nlttiont nflir Ills friend. In ti way they t ro rltnh lu lie. Tlmt la, ludli U- ittil weekly the same jnung Indy, Mla MolH Jlnrse, tlmtlgli tn ill ffr rent eti- tiliigs. l otitis Pontinn Miia tlirlfty and firmly, ntnl tie sottirtlinrs fiituliil that Viola ml Iter admired tlmsr itinll-tli'f- , On Die rotiirnry Martin was al ways. In dfl'l, nhvn) griiinhlliig at Id linnl fate and nluays lltlng le)cml Ids men n. A wonderful stroke of "good lurk." as lie termed It. enine In Mm that very afternoon. As lie wit pnsilng the one office building of the town a figure nt nn upper window hailed him. It wn Mr Snnw, the lawyer. Sit down, Mr. Martin," Invllnl Mr Sn.iw "1 hate luanl from your grand fiillier." roiillimeil the attorney. "As you know. In your hehalf I linre trle. tn lnleret him as n relatlre and at li'nt start you In some small iy-Ingl- didnrtu. "I l,m'w It," ilerlarnl Mnrllli and Tittile(l en his way Krutiipy ntitl llilnkr inetllrltie. itr a Si 4SSSS7Saaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaax- - Soctt fotnd Hft DYE Yes, yes," ciuiimenteil Martin mi Idly. Ids eyes gliinlng with engernr as lie notlceil a fluttering check plmieil to the document In the lawyer's haml "He send you one thousand dollar. He says he slurted In htislness on one- half Hint amount, lie doe nof en courage tne to leleve that he will do anything further for you, hut, I pre sume your uece or failure would he test as to that." "fio the mean old hunk has Inoaetinl up at lat, ha he!" rolled I'm going to do things up drown," he secretly vaunted, "I'll ghe Viola the time of her life, (lid Morse ha it unit plum of a fortune and she's a strike worth playing for." The foolh young man did what ninny a callow- - youth similarly tircutii stanred had done before him. There were new still of clothe, some gor geous niTktles, a diamond pin and a return M from his former modest ll Ins quarter In n suite In the prlnclpnl hotel of the place. A note came for Viola one morning Inviting her to drive, over to a theater party at n tieorhy city In "my new sport car." and Martin Minded to the high social standing of some of the others who would make up the party. Martin was very much put out to receive a courteous hut definite reply-tthe effect that Viola had n previous engagement, 'that enlng Vloln did Indeed keep a village muslrnle. uti engagement and Neal (torman saw her home and company somewhat his excellent atoned for what Vloln had missed. For a week .Murllu sulked and did not come near the Morse home. One ufternooii he drove up to the place lu his elegunt car. It was one he had leased for a mouth, but he did not tell Stye That's what you want ciety Brand-sma- rt, in Clothes So- Iler. thafs what you get when you buy authentic style but that's not the only thing you get. There's fine tailoring to keep the style in and good fabrics to give you long wear. There's value, too, in these low prices. $35. TO $50. OTHER MAKES S25. AND $30. PARKS ' & - HENDREN Kentucky. Court, Ht Mutt Hav tlttnt gambler immtni Iteifgr .et to ; Sl.ll a 1'hlnaliu.H pl, and suMike ji'HuHi aiHuMl itally. line it) ha Irtlttieil tn and ll euilwtt). "Hip. me mi. Thank. I'll eolae in wuli it tiHiMirruw niu. if I am alive!" Hit be went with Ihe money. Ami AlHMtt thi nrliM-the next ufter noon a fhehl f the gambler dropped In on ihe chinuiiMin nmt said: "lliis UeH,rge loibiy)' Tlie confidwhere ing Mlpel Ida (te Willi III cerm-- r f .nl blotue and replied: (ni ri.e lniu Of A I Better Mens and Boys Wear d I 66 FOOT FITTERS" It was ti pleasant inougli drive, al though Mnrtlu rather disgusted her with his boasting of all the money he wiih spending. Just as they were passing a bridge the car turned over. "Oh, dear lake care," warded Viola. Mnrtlu leaed free of thf vehicle. o the This upset, spilling Viol ground. A cry of pnlu cuuie from Viola's lips, "Hurtr Inquired Martin. "I fear my ankle Is sprnlied. Oh, Mr, Martin, I feet mi faint! won't you try lu get in home to mothst)" "Why. Miss Morse!" cried nn anxious voire, mid running a uhrlharrow tilled with bags tiefore him Niil llur mini appeared on the srenu. "I saw the ucvlilent. Tell tm ur You In that. Danville, "Ht LpLHfR Seven Points of Supremacy Htro . 1. atxt ibl leather lot Tin a taunt h witer and Inter mrft .t 3. TU Ib.M.m ar he tbouMrr chaonelletl tn Hat I bey fit tightly miaul. Tlerr I. no ruutu fur a talk Oiler. A mall plcttr (f duck It to prelect 'UrJklnj. . Tb Cair.kln Intlde counter .xlM It ,f great value, fvr It ute. Ibe wear on Ike tucks. Tier la Lu rough rurfat to tub agalatt. S. "t'OOT-riTTKI- t" trelt at .uch lougrr than geuerally uaod. Ttey git additional tu tb arch and luerraao l tonifurt and ftrar f the C. Tb vamp U rreiiforrtd with dark. Tbl abtorbt lb ruol.tur from fie foot, tblt leept tb vtuip from cracking and Loldt lb iboe la tbape. TtKiT-nTTK- ir T. IMiuondt' tboet ar tailed "IWr-riTTKIl- ie bratt ttry fit the fool tsugly liulll in rouibloaliou la. It tbey iUM'Otl lb fol Ilk a doctor'a baudage. "rOOT-riTTEIta- -' (lie Comfort, Ccnkt and Appttrdu. i. tie Tie tole IratUr uted ImoUrt ate cut from itaodard uutsol leather. rKT.riTTi:it an-- the ontr tori In tb world In roOT-t'lTTKU- It cf th Let rjaallly obtainable t. full Kneih tawr feature prtveott rlpplog at tb tip and I'akes tiling tid tr ttd mrl tt. Te 0 Good ftradtrs. Will Net Mova a Mutall." Well, gentlemen. wl.tever iJ may Ouiey Island barker's speech U ths recalled by Mare Connelly thus: "Sir think of hee hltrbal pulnl the man with a fure of clearest and mott iMpenillve duty Ilea stone. He will not laugh; he will not on every one of ymi to be aldmHtt your reading. l.oMrn t be good Mock smile. tit. scoff lit us. jeer, In Jest, or Jape. He will not move a readers which is pcrlMtp a Wore dlffl. cult thing than yoet Imagine. I .euro beinUfsll of the face. Sir Kdtxi-arlieve that laughter, like grief, pln, to be dUerlmlnutlve In yueir rnillng; Sorrow or any oilier emotion, can be to read faithfully, mid with your controlled by Ihe mullt of the face. attention, nil kind of tilings which you have a real Interest In, a real, Should any lady make Sir jured" laugh he has a standing irfr to either not an Imaginary, and which you tin J Viola explained vvrnkly and pleaded for fit In leu thi'iixaudn dollar or mar In he really tit fir wb.it ou are l .rule In to be taken home. In u trice trormau ry her." New York Tribune. hud arranged the empty bags uon the wheelbarrow. "It may not I very comfortidJe," he explain! d. "Never mind that. I mil In sum pnlu, 1 want to see ijuither." AVOID NASAL mm i .Veuiv heart beat mightily 111. transafasfjrtfjaaaaaaaaa Mmmmm ferring that dblnty form to llii burrow, Vlola'x soft huiidi elaspr--J his AND THROAT neck. He called at tt. Morse hour the next morning to listru simh nens the DISEASE liHiineiit lie opened tlrir gunhn gate. 1 lsyilpl ! the pore!, conViola was tel iimi by keep.ng n Ji'tle vening with her Mother, theMfore Imprnve,). Theo worels llimteil t.i the ears of the Utetmele' lUtetter! VACHER-BAL"After )eslerteay'n exporieucv with Mr Martin, HHdlier. of eoutfe neier before that. Mill no, fur I tors in your nose. The purifying; And, rasllng hi ih4imI sImhh lo vtve riddle of love. Neat Doniinu VArOHS penetrate this guesxil l Hit that he was fat ired the nasal cavity tu tlif. Indeed. the tonsils and He found It out In surely In fore larynx, thus help. he parted with Viola tlmt morning Ing; to prevent dls. There were 110 further remlltaires ease germs enterifor Murtln when that first thmaand ng; the system. Wedding Itdts had been dissipated. were ringing the evening he away from town. In dbt and ou of M sorts, but they did not chime for Vim. A 1 lP ln V.tul ii at mr mWmrAmjMm IF VOU ACHE USE VACHER-BAL- H r 11 11 i ajj aB BrTiTlHTfTrSBaH Jara 1 or Tuhei, 30 Cantt. ta as it arge jars con ng 2't times much nt 00 tents. Vou cannot get anything better, no matter what you pay. ASK YOUR sllil UKUCGIST Full dlrrctiont for relieving; all these aliments with each package. VACHER-BAL- No Doubt. em-scien- Old Price $12.50 New Price ANDERSON BROS. Laacastcr, Ky. $7. "Mls I'laln says you told' her ihe. your was pretty. How doe stand the straluJ" "Oh, ! told her the troth." "The truth? You don't rmlly trie-i" to say you Ihlnk "Of rourw not. I told her she wi a pretty as ah could he. That's sate American legion Weekly, it no ordinary remedy. Its effect in quickly relieving PAIS and SOJIKSKSS DOST experiment, use the IJKST and AVOID IMITATION'S. is simply wonderful. exap- There are no harmful ingredients In VACHKIt-HALM- , o it may be used Internally as well as ternally, and safely on very young children. Safeguard your child against SPASMODIC CKOUP by plying; VAClIEIt.UALM as dirccttd. For Sale at McROBERTS Drug Store, Luncaattr, Ky Th Central Record. Lancaster, SOME FERTILIZER IS REQUIRED BY ONIONS Spading Fork Should Be Ky., Thursday April 6. 1922 Used in Prepanrg Soil. Poultry and Shiep Msnure Art Both Good 'sr. Crop, Spjringl only expectant THE prepare for mother owes it not but to to herself her child an easier delivery, who should be stronger, healthier and more robust thru her care and intelligence. but Should Be Used Steel Raks Is Splendid Tool. lt VITALITY! VITALITY! VITALITY! You Must Have It To Keep Your Job, Your Friends. Your Happiness Thousands of 'thoughtless people needlessly let themselves run down when, in health. The day comes with a terrible shock, they suddenly realize that they are permanently For your own Iroken in health. sake keep well. If you feel weak or rvn down or do not sleep well or are rervous and hare a poor color, don't Cude's wait until it is too late. I epto.Mangan taken with your meals tor a few weeks will restore your tood health, give you renewed strength ami vitality for your daily work. The healthy life is the only happy life do not let it slip from jou. For thirty years Rude . Pepto Mangan has hren helping people who back to good health, were It was made famous by the medical Sold by druggirts in prof("Mlori". both liquid nnd tablet form. Adver tlsement run-dow- n 2. Columbia Dry Batteries tire for sale at your very door! You can insist upon and get Co tumbia Dry Batteries wherever you live. Hardware and general stores, foe tSiriniisii foe IgiMtatMi m tfc ToetJ ohile luninst foe dry better? UsjKf. Ug U citMsTt, etlWa i'rM"-Onku In J br What is one of the most important things a mother-to-bshould do? e The universal answer from thousand of experienced mothers It this: The mother.to.be should massafe the muscles and daily, with an nerves involved In the function of. application of Mother's Friend. Because child-bearin- Three generations of mothers record for not only allaying distress In advance, assuring but for assisting nature In a speedy recovery for the mother. the virtue of Mother's Friend So thoroughly has Mother's Friend proven 111 wonderful efficiency In thousands of cases, that any eipectant mother who does not employ Its use as directed deprives herself of a power ful agent for her itlkfand well being. during the perloil of pending ma. temlty. and of her prospects for an easier delivery when the eventful hour arrives. The women who appreciate Moth, er's. Friend the moal, and wlio aie WARNIMO : tkry loudest In their praise of It, are those who unfortunately did not use It with their flrst baby and who. thru its use with the aecorid one. were able to fu ly realise the almost unbelievable relief It gave. Mr, olive Vandcn. 10 Grape St.; OaMpolls. Ohio, says: "Beore mini Mother a F from Wmdifidar till suffer nnd Sunday nd w ussxf MorWs Ftitnd sic only aboof tht hours. Many doctors and nursea recom- mend Mother's Friend. Foreiterrul use s pcrrVcfr harmess. Begin its use at once. Sold by all druggists. W,lh my ntt eMIJ I a niflluw, rich ll: few gardens nre rlrli lit iittiW good union ulth'ml u.ine fertilising. Iii preparing the mill break It lip tilth ii sputllng fork, working lulu Hi, ii, ihree or four Inches iiijitnlre. suggest t !( I" uf Kimlcii hi IuIiu uf (In. t'nlhil Slutes Ten ifnrliiiriil uf Agriculture. iMiiiinl (niiiiiu'rclnl uf should nlmi . irifiil over enrh iiri' riKl uf KriMiml mul well rnkrd Into Hie wilj a few il;i) before plnlit-IniHie uiiIimi ''Vts." Poultry ami Kliecp fertlllii'M fur iiiHiiure nrilmth IMiil xlniriliKl) Mini iillliilH. hut IIIIMl well iiuteil nltli (lie mill In prevent liUrillllC I he union IimiU. ery nulckly and tv Oiiluii. grim liilre freiiient li:illiiw nilrrlui; uf lli surface will. The tiiunl tnelliiMl N i, plntit the "wIr" In iiIhiiiI I., Inclie ni.irt In Iliclie iipuit mul 3 l Hie the run, mterlni them Jnl Atlrulli UlHIxl alalia ) ' filer, wry Columbia Dry Ban Irrirt work better and Ut lontftr fx? two Med bejom well-rirtte- electricians, implement dealers, auto supply shops, and garages sell lilcli-sfrsn- tr C dry tx bttrry. faexef vWre yye ( asWrvaafMl (Ut tWaf. Fthmtntttk Clip BtnJt- -t si m etfret caWfe Tie Columbia. Mt-lT- mHi fsm4 irnf ri. Universally used for doorbells, buzz ers, heat regulators, alarms, etc., for gas engine and tractor ignition, for quick starting ignition on Fords, and for a try bjttery need under the sun. Insist upon Columbia. f I i Mfxlj .fW a im itin flv ttimt tHHhtm tint j nil, pim sri'W 'J nhiinari Jnt frJ y WEEPS Sometime Smother Al falfa Seeded In Spring , Columbia Diy Batteries 0r-:z- i, well-plnee- I BMAOriKLD RKOULATOR CO. Urpt. sa, Atlanis. us. fs3r3vU'3 .Used hwaltoiiMOTMBItHOOrJ.l7WASIV.J Nm St., - r. r D for Three Qsnsrattons b Espsttant Mothsrs , T .... ,. . ., of finely ground cracked com, crack ed wheat and steel cut oata can be, added," J, It. Smith said. "It is best to feed this mixture five times Three-fourth- s of the pullets hatch, s day in amounts that the chicks will nl annually In Kentucky urow Into clean up in 1C minutes. undeveloped hens and poor layers "During the second week, the same because the ration fed them while I'raln mixture fed three times a they are young lacks protein, poultry-me- n I week should be continued nnd a dry at the College of Agriculture mash added to the chick feed. Any say. This can be corrected if the good commtircial chick mash or a chicks are Riven all the sour jkim I home made mixture of '.'0 pounds of they can i bran, 'JO pounds of hort, "0 pounds milk or buttermilk that drink or have a dry mash available of corn meal, one and a half pounds at all times containing from ten to of charcoal, eight pounds of bone. 20 per cent meat scrap or tankage meal and 12 pounds of sifted meat that is CO per cent protein, they say. crap may be used. ( During the first two months, the mash "About the seventh week, the grain should contain from five to ten mixture may be changed to a coars- -' also per cent bone meal, it was added. er one and by the twelfth week, the Suggestions giyen b the poultry-me- n chicks should be able to cat the on chick feeding include recom- same lie grain being fed to laying mendations to withhold feed until the hens. During the second to twelfth chicks ar e at least 48 hours old, to weeks, the mash should be kept be-- . avoid overfeeding, to feed only frelh fore the chicks at all times in a self- clean feeds and to get the chicks feeder or hopper and the birds glv- on the ground as soon a sweather per en as much milk as they ran drink. mtts. It is probably the absence of one "After the first feed or milk, any good commercial chick grain or a brand of justice that causes the agen grain mixture made of equal part c es of Justice to be branded. Slimly Fed Pullets Become Poor Layer , , , In theerenlnfl youcaa nova the fur nlture back wit lila twtlre hours on a beautiful, hard, mirror .like surface. Whenyou reSnltii your floors with Pm Gee Varnlth A New Floor Over Night Flr , I ' ( and doing of many feet. Scratches ever show white It will not crack or pael and It Isthemostecoaorulcal Uh you caa use. Pee Gee Floor Varnish with taads the constant coming I best results on other surface needle a Ustlag and For fcMutltvlal coat of varaleh us S. S. S. LUMBER CO i iMA AT. laaBaaj . h m. Spring seeding of alfalfa in Ken Woman Distribute Nice Mirrors. tucky is not as reliable as summer Tliu bread distributors uf Purls are A mirror often add weeds may prove so almost etrlnslvely women. because ehiif.i to n room. It should reflect troublesome that the crop is smothsome lienutlful object, audi as a cabinet htiriiiounted by a vase of flowers. ered, crop specialists at the Kentucky Old Masters of Prose. Minors are being used more and more (Id tlioil nnd tut Illy bre.nl lu KindAgricultural Kxperiment Station have from ness, nnd diink with Joy tliy ulue, for In timie furnishing, with excellent r stated in ronlv to innuirir.s tilts. lover the Stale. However, on land thy uurkt please :!. All time b which is adapted to alfalfa and which thy cliMlie while, nnd nil fnun thy bend full not. Parfetly ue life with Churntd Ly Camel Powtr. is inoculated, the chances of getting the wife that thou Imest, alt Ilie day Among the Arabian tribes, wflen the gen. of the life of tlillie uilstendfustnessa a stand by following the methods muster sops on a trip across the. counWorking In a Big Onltn Field. erally practiced with clover are ex- that been given tit tliee tinder sun. la try on his camel, he baa two gnntaklaa cellent, it is said. nil the lime of thy nnltjr; for this It filled with milk swun? nrross the tups Mill lie heliiu Hie stirfure. A liar-ru- n "This is especially true if a clover thy pun In life, nnd in thy travail bark and the contents am ,liv rnke Is a kxhI IiM fur wurk Vy churned Into butter by the rolling Inc belMeen I lie row at first, bill Inter seed drill is used and the needing that tlinii travnllest under win. stride of the animal. as the uiiluns attain some size a wheel done as soon as the ground can be clllTs enliii of KTlelnste, 9, 7. hue rail he tie,, I'ur the ery llmt worked," K. J. Kinney, aaid. "The working and fur setting lietweeii this cost of seeding in this way Is much Individual iiIbiiIh lu I tie ruus there Is less than the cost of ummer seeding iiutlUng better than a short plec uf method is well worth a trial. W. 0. RIGNEY W. B. DICKERS0N lath wllli three wire bradi driven and the It nt one end, Kinking what Is If a failure results, the field can be throufih lly ami hy reseeded again in August. Weeds known as n 'Wrslclirr." the on I on tops will get ho Inrge Hist are apt to be most troublesome if they altnoit till the spacei between Hie the spring-seedealfalfa is town row and haiM weeding may lave to without a nurse crop since the weed he rcsurted to In order to keep the seeds are near the surface In freshcrop free from weeds. ready tu ly worked ground and About Hie lime Hie onions begin In Karly seeding, which gives enlarge at the bnse, or tu "bottom," a rrow. the growers sny, It Is a good plan In the alfalfa a start on the weeds, is Office Phone 18. Residence Phone 35. scatter a teiy Utile nitrate of soda, advisable " not more than Iwo Miumls lo the The station workers have succeed rod, nrer Hie soil betweeu the ed in keeping weeds and grassee Miliar rows and work It In with n lineor out of pring-iowalfalfa but is hat rake. This will stimulate the growth been at the cost of targe amounts Just at Hie lime that the plants most of labor for clipping and cultivation need a llltle edra food and will iisuul. while no hay was obtained the first ly Increase the yield. Peat eeend Bttt Fuel. year, it was added. A Turkish Hooky. Next to coal, peat Is the best poitst-bl- a In one rase on the station farm, Klntrernnll dye Is a hobby of all tha FINE SOIL FOR ROOT CROPS fuel. It burns longer than wood where spring-sow- n alfalfa was com fastidious women of the tMtter class In pletely destroyed by weeds, which Turkey. Not Just tmllh or pink paste and elves more heat. Carrots, Parsnlpe and Salsify Want te could not be controlled, the ground ts ued, but actual reds nnd colds and Grow Straight, but Clods blues are npplled. Simply, Failure. cultivated fre was rebroken and Work Injury. Lack of training, poor preparation, was seeded quently until the alfalfa Ostsrmlntd. Insutnclcnt scluxillng, faulty outlook, Do you want long, slrnlcht carrots, In August. The crop was compar The Wife "It's ilUsmceful, John, to snap Judgment, mi rrow Ideas thesn parsnips, nnd Mlslfy, or crooked, atively free of weeds for three years riiuie Imiiie at such nn hour, and I arc some of the phrases used to exforked miesT Ask your wife; she hs and 'traduced an average of a lltt'e don't knnv how you can expect me to plain failure. They likewise are the to peel yuyn. All jjjejj nn.b Ujiye j mere than one and V'.lS lia Hl'yrd. rtcuse.- - Th chief re:i.ns why . many men who f tons of. Vvl" ShMl Intentions; ihey wont io keep Hulaii'I--"Welpiv dear, thatsh the hardly have failed In the active tensn hay an acre in each cutting it was strolRtit. but they cannot stiiml Inle l"e liniile up nnd thntsh what I'm of the word yet must be classed among said. nor withstand femptatlon. If Jolly well Kohls t' stick to." O.ilcutta those who do nut succeed. C. N. they strike rin-kor clods on Hie way I.iM.ki-- r tm. down, they herume forked or twisted, uinl If lumps of stable mnnure are In the soli, they liend toward tlie or HAUUAUI) COUXTV COUUT SEASON OF 1922 end nut liranches In that direction. It. P. Hrown. Assignee. On Petition. Dig cttrn deep, making Hie ol llim lly virtue of a judgment and order and uiellow where thee crupi ure lo rendered at its .March .1st. icnu. grow-- , mul see Hint nil manure Is llnely 1921!, in the above styled cause, the pulverlml nnd nil fertltlrer thiiroiii;li. undersigned will on Champion 3 yr. old pacer on the Grand Circuit in 1918. ly in I nil with the soil. 1922. 10th.. .MONDAY. Al'UIL I'aced the fifth heat of a seven heat race in 2.0 Hi, and a trial mHe In M., sell tu the at about 10:30 A. ;.o: GROW CROP OF LATE CABBAGE highest and best bidder on the lire allies nbout one mile from lluena Vista, The fastest stallion south of the Kentucky River In public service. on the High II ridge nlke, in (larrard Land That Has Been Utilised for Peas, County, Ky., the following describ Seven points concerning "Robert Gate wood:" Potatoes er Beans Is Usually ed property: 1st. A successful race Horse. The said land is In Garrard CounMids Use ot. 2nd. A model Individual, tine, with lots of finish. ty, Ky., and described as follows: . Beginning at a stone corner to S. I.1U0 culibuce Is usually grown on 3rd. An elegantly bred Horse ,am! bred in the most extertrte speed land that has been utilized for peas, W. Poor; thence with Poor's line N. lines. e.trly mluties. or bean during the KSH. V. 22 poles to a Hickory, 4th. A Horse of good site, and beautiful color. .. no... n.ne fteeii thence with a fence N. l, W. 55.(1 i.iri iii .1. - leu-ui- i. i poles; thence 89 H, V. 90.50 pole khiitlld be miwii in u Iwit hi- Oth. A good gaited, level headed and good mannered Horse. to a stake In the pike two poles est iqierlut uutiliHir bed four to six weeks of a locust, thence with the pike S. Cth. A first class walking Horse. before the plants lire needed for net C 1.2. V. 10 poles, S. 37, K. 40 poles, 7th. A sure foal setter. ting. The seed should Hot he sown too S. 2:i. K. 3K pole., S. 9 K. at "Robert Gatewoad was sired by "J. Malcombe Forbes" 2,08 (tire of thickly, mid It lit a good plan to thin 31 poles, pass opposite a dwelling Hie plants lo nil even Miilid hi the se.il nouse, in an poles, 2. .'u, t.. u 19 In the 2.10 list) a half brother to "Peter the Great;' 2.07 U (sire of 110 bed, so thoy wilt develop uniformly. poles, S. 284, K. 12 pole., S. 40, K. in the 2.10 list) and grand sire of "Peter Manning" 1.57 the World's pike opposite Champion Ilie land on which lute ctilui;e Is 18.0 polos to a stake In to home trotter. telephone pole corner tract, grown fclioiil.l he well fertilized, nni a J. Malcombe Forbes" was sired by "BIngen." 2.00 4 (lire of 27 In the the plants set IS to 'M Inches apart In thence near division line witha home K. 113 poles to tract N. 80 stake 2.10 list) and aire of "Uhtan" 1.58, the world's champion trotter for eight feel apart. row'H three 5 feet South of a hackberry stump, sears. In line to Naylor 11 ro.; thence with Robert Gatewood's Dam it "Annie Fox 2.09 4 (dam of 0) by "Nut-hurs- t" MONEY FOR CONCRETE ROADS their line fence N, 8U, K. 31 poles 2.12 (sire of 59) 2nd. Dam "Annie U." (Dam of 7) by "Faulconers to a stone and post, thence X. 59 H, Sum of J4JJ,000,000 Rscently Appro-prlats-d V. 80 polet to a stake with hickory Almont." He is a two in one stallion, being a high class harness type and pointer, thence X. 19 4, E. 13 poles a No. 1 walking type. by States ana Countlts to the beginning, containing 1)0.90 for Construction. He is 15 4 hands high, seven years old, a dark bay with two white acres. TERMS hind feet and a star In forehead. He will make the season of 1922 at my Htateis and counties of th United The purchaser will be required to stable at 120 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT, with lein retained on colt until .States have recently authorized SttVt,. execute bonds with good surety for bonds for road construction, the purchase Dree due in six and season money is paid. Breed your icood mares to this fast young stallion is ,( much of It of concrete, XM,0i)i,0 twelve months from date of tale, and when the Bell taps the Gatewood's will be there scoring for the word. bonds are passing' ttirourn the procest payable to the undersigned, bearing For information apply to six per cent interest from date until of authorization and the federal bus approprtate-- fJOO.DOi),. paid and sec ire by a lien on the R. P. BROWN, 090 towanl road construction, making land. Av ee of B. S. Ruble. a total fund of over 1,'.,00,000,000 for BryaatsfilU Fkoae 47-GARRARD COUNTY. G. C. Walktr, Att'y. good roads. tnl-mn- l's d W. 0. RIGNEY & CO. Funeral Directors and Embalmers Lancaster, - n Kentucky. one-hal- l, s Assignee' Sale "ROBERT GATEWOOD" 2.05i 2, 3-- 4, 3-- 1 R.obt. Fox, .Lancaster, Ky. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday April 6, 1922 1 Ladies! You arc requested to attend a school of interior decorating, conducted by MISS E. J. BRAID, who is For several reasons the council has not pasted such on! I nances, believing thnt it should not II We have at all times a nice assortment of all be done at this time, but knowing IBM that some people are allowing the r II III Minus ui poultry (especially chicken) to trcs pass upon their neighbors property even causing damage to it, I urgent ly request that all owners of poultry II MORNING AND EVENING within the city limits keep their poul try In enclosures on their own prop erty and to be governed by the Stat law, which l now in force in rcgar ; to poultry, to apply the rule "Do unto others as you would have them do unto you." 1 know that if you do this there will be no need of furth cr notice and no need of n city law on this subject. It is the duty of the owners to Duty Your Live "Live fence their poultry IN', not for you ' Every' American citizen, na neighbors to fence your poultry OUT, 3C Dies of Mrs. Johnton Doolm, which oc- DC 31 IE I believe that the people of Lan tive born or national, owes, a The member of the Kentucky Mrs. Matilda Collin last Saturday solemn duty to this country. caster will do right about this mat ter. If I am mistaken, and we Sim! Press Association and every journ morning at (1:15 o'clock. Death As a matter of fact, don't Thnt duty is to Vote for the The pass such law, we ran aiitt in Kentucky win regret the was due to double pneumonia and. that we the majority of them loaf from very best men for public office, still do mutt McCarty at his followed by a few days of Illness. so provided enough of the passing of Harry $1.50 a Year. luued Weekly. one to three hours every day without regard to the tics of citizens demand it. home in Nicholasvllle last Sunday afMrs. Doolin wa born and reared Parable in Adeaace. Call it two hours as a fair ex friendship or other Will not the people of this city ter an Illnes of eight month. He in Carrard, and had she lived until considerJ. E. ROBINSON. Editor, do what is right without being forr was 57 years old. ample. Include among the ations. the 10th. of next October, she Mr. McCarty was one of the belt would have been 8.1 years of age. ft L .ELKIN, Local Editor and Mgr. number the gentlemanly expert It is possible that a conscien- ed by law to do to?Respectfully known newspaper men and politic- She was a member of the Christian Entered at the Poit Office In Lan who would dock the girls for tious discharge of this duty W. K. Champ, Mayor, ian in the State. Hi political ca- church at Antioch, wa a woman of Mall caster, Ky.. ai Second-Clas- s keeping themselves beautiful may require that a person vote reer began at an early period of his noble character, high Ideal, and a Matter. life. At the age of fourteen he was charm of manner that endeared her for our benefit. against a warm personal friend Ball elected a page In the United States to all who knew her, wa a devoted Now do some brilliant figur in order to install in office a (Sporting Kdltor) senate, and two years later was mother and friend and she will be THE AMERICAN PKE53 ASKXIATIOM ing, Mr. Expert, and tell us the man who is better fitted to permade the chief of pages when that(ml,mJ by hrr chll,lrrn. relatives and result. form the duties of the position. The great game known the world office wa created by the United friends. May the Heavenly FathLayasttr, Ky., April 6, 1922 Save SG.000,000 a year? This fact, painful though it over as base ball is now in full blast State senate. After remaining in er, "Who doeth all things well," You bet! By including the might be, should not deter any with the students of the Lancas Washington for a number of year give them strength to pas through the material Kentucky, where his ter Rates For Political Announcements. male loafers it would be nearman from following the course that High School and has to work he returned to T. M. McCarty, was this sad hour, and lead them to her Coach Whittaker father, Colonel For Precinct and City Offices.. $8.00 er a hundred millions. which he deema.to be right and with will without a shadow of n secretary of state in Governor Proc- in that land beyond, where there 10.00 For County Offices Sure thing! Turn the switch just, for the ties of country are doubt prove to the many fans of tor J. Knott' administration, where will be no parting and pain. Funeral services For State and District Offices. .15.00 and start the official docket greater than those of friend Lancaster that this will be the most he served as assistant to his father. I.ancnster cemetery were held at the Sunday after.10 For Calls, per line to the He was successful year ever to working, but soak the popular . . .10 guns and chief loafers first. big ship or at least they should boys who represent theknown S. bnse member ofone of the mostPress As noon by Itev. Manuel. For Cards, per line L. II. the Kentucky be. Seven children survive her They For all publications in the inter and Many otherwise good citi ball team. the team is compoted of sociation term. served a it President are Mcsdames Matilda Collins, Luthexpresest of individuals or Financial stringency has its year He served his coun This for one er Smith. Illley Davis, Tally Hay, sion of Individual views, per upon two distinct class- - zens feel that if they arc busy many of the leading athletes to be ty with credit In the Legislature and and John I'rather, Messrs. John and 10 effect line on election day that fact should found in the High School and they wa alio Aniitant Secretary of Ag Jim Doolin, all reside in this count.OS ,es ot people. Obituaries, per line and every yWhen it comes one class be sufficient excuse for refrain are practicing hard each hard day's riculture under J. W. Newman. He was a devout member of the afternoon after their long The entire community extend works a little harder .cuts ing from voting. work in school to get in the proper Catholic church and is survived by his deepest svmnnthv to the bervavnl Some months ago mail robBut they are mistaken. They shape manages to lay down expenses, any team wife and two to crosi funeral one, jn thdr great bereavement that beries came thick and fast. by a little each week in prep- are setting a bad example to that the Student bats with Henjamin and burial serviceschildren held Manager were in ' ihey .have .been called upon to susBandits were making many aration Nicholasvllle last Tuesday morning. tain. for possible emergen- the rising generation. They Kavnnaugh has arranged for them. rich hauls. The public was cies The and gets through in fairly are strong for the inalienable was a game last Friday afternoon Somewhere the load U lifted, dandy game from start to Doolin becoming demoralized. rights of citizenship, yet wenk Close by an open gate; good shape. finish and it goes to prove to the Then the government put Relatives with The other class docs a pile in the discharge of one of the lads in school that ?hey have ninny sorrow and and friends heard away Somewhere the cloud are lifted, regret the parsing the United States marines to of complaining, Somewhere the Angels wait. doesn't exert most sacred duties that de- warm friends to think that they guarding the registered mails. volves upon a citizen. would brave the disagreeable weathany additional energy, forgets Instead of getting money the to They artf good citizens ex- er to come out and root for them as economize while the money a matter of fact, it was almost too bandits got bullets in their carfinds cept in the matter of voting. lasts, and as a result soon cold and bad to play foot ball much casses. Some said "good mornIn thnt they arc not good. itself up against it. lets law ball, even at that at men-- , ing" to the devil. Their indifference hurts not tloned above they had an exception-- 1 A big sermon in a few words. The marines had no future only them, but their country ally good game and crowd. We ' When you hoard money as well. votes to consider, hence they have always taken a great Interest1 in athletics in the school and dare shot, and shot straight, and away you assist in stifling the tay that the sky will be our limit to commercial activity of this mail robberies ceased. Way back up anything thnt they might, All of the rest of the bandi- country. Somewhere in this commun- wish. If you will please, may we be( If you put it in the bank ity there is someone who is less as great admirers of the team and. try that is disgracing this country could be handled and the banker lends it to some one respected than any other per- the school that you represent Captain checked as effectively if offi- who uses it in producing some- son. His condition is the re- Henry, offer merely a suggestion and A Superior Corn Planter is the standard of all we sincerely otk that you accept cials would consider only the thing. That keeps other peo- sult of his own acts. Mime in the same good with and feel Corn Planters. A finer Planter cannot be purchasof ple at work and keeps the conscientious discharge Is such n person all bad? ing that wo offer it. Itcmember money in circulation. ed. The price is right. their duty and get away from Far from it. He has his that it is up to you and the ttudent If you lend it on a mortage good qualities, though they manager Kavanaugh to impress upon the prevailing custom of pandering to the votes of the or buy bonds it answers the may be stifled by the criticism the boys of the team that the mott Important thing that they will have' same purpose. It keeps circu- his defects invite. criminal clement. to do i to get up their school work lating and everybody is beneexLaw and order cannot Find the good in such a man, and keep tame in A- column In or pect to accomplish anything by fitted. encourage and develop it, and der that they might get to play in When money keeps moving in time you may transform him every game. Then too, you owe It sleeping while criminality it enables many people to into a reputable and lnw abid- to your coach, who it giving his time works. for the cause. To Coach Whittaker move. ing citizen. may we suggest that you get our The government omploys The fellow who can't move. Harsh criticism and prepetti-a- l very own "Habe" I.awton to call; something like 10,000 girls as is in a bad way. condemnation will not do lht games at he thoroughly demonstenographers and typists. The dollar that is hid away it. strated hit ability as an official in Special prices on Their average pay is 1,200 a is in a bad place. last Friday's game, he made the boys play good, clean bale ball and year. If you suffer from biliousness, con- was absolutely fair to ull parties A treasury expert estimates nervousness, headache, stipation, Sizing Things UP concerned and dhowed to everyone that each one of these girls use tallow complexion, lot of appetite, that he was on the Job. May we up one hour a day in primpbad taste in mouth, Tanlac and Tan-la- c In sizing things up, OSBORNE AND OLIVER. commend him most highly In his ofVefetuble Pills will certainly ficial capacity and state In connection ing during working hours. It those having a bearing upon Low prices make such fine Harrows, a buy you pains the expert to think that local conditions, it is well to ttralghten you out. thnt nothing will KUIN a high school , It.) Stormo Drug Store. team and the TOWN as quick as uncannot pass over. the government pays them remember that thore is more fair umpiring in a base ball game. a year in salaries for than one angle from which a On the other hand it is a big adverquestion should be viewed. which it receives no return. In behalf of Woods and Kob'vrt tisement to the State to have the Special sale this week GENUINE OLIVER Should the girls be docked Many people err in judg- Walker we would like to submit the vititing teams when they play here to 5 PLOW POINTS AT SO CENTS EACH. for the time they consume in ment purely from haste and following: go away and tell that they primping and powdering their over zealousness. We expect they hunt on ut, more won or lott a fair game of ball. of the L. II. Now "choppiet," Impressions arc often form than any one else. They have noses? Possibly they should, House treated ut us gentlemen and base ball team, we are all behind should b e expected to pay ed at first glance, and unices neither they nor their dogs have ever you. Get up your studies, go out! even the government a person is willing to probe damaged or annoyed us, in any way. on the ball diamond next Friday and Not services that are not ren- beneath the surface and confor We are their friends, and I know take the icalp off of Springfield aftd then in your rah, rah, rah yell next. Signed sider all available facts those they are ours. dered. Let's go. W. II. Cummins, But let's start right and dock first impressions will remain F. L. Thompson. impartially. and become fixed convictions (It.) Why mope around, half wick andj THE WINCHESTER STORE Is there a man in the govern- irrespective of whether they Uuild up your system and feel listless when health and strength are j ment employ who really works be right or wrong. f.ne all the time by taking Tanlac. your for the asking? Take Tanlac. Stormet Drug Store. Stormts Drug Store. (It.) Then there are those who, (It.) his eight hours each day? an EXPERT on all kinds of PAINTS AND VARNISHES. You will get much valuable information from her. Will pay 1.00 to any question "in writing" on paint that she cannot answer. School April 6th, 7th, 8th, Come Free to all. CONN BROS. and Let having formed a hasty conclusion, refuse to recede from their position even when confronted with indisputable proof of error of judgment. That is pure stubborn ess. But in this town, an in all other towns, there are many people who nrc quick to form impressions, but nrc willing to, and do, analyze the arguments of the opposition. Often their views arc completely changed as a result of the additional information they thus acquire. Sizing up local conditions is an admirable habit, but undue haste in forming conclusions is regrctnble. Best results are obtained by taking a calm survey of the situation from every conceiv able viewpoint before taking a definite stand. Communities prosper and grow when their citizens adopt this plan. It is the better one for this town. MAYOR CHAMP Makes Urgent Appeal That Citizens of The Town Pen All Poultry To The Citizens of Lancaster, Ky. The City Council has been asked by n few people to pass an ordinance requiring that nil poultry In this city bi kept in enclosures on the owner i unn iini i iniwn MM HULUUAtt premise. FOR EASTER j I FRESH MEATS and LrKUUJtLKllifc u I CURREY & OULLEY j !( Folks." Plain Harry McCarty Central Record , Play ... MR FARMER-BU- Y A , The Other Superior Corn Planter -l Disk Harrows "Fair Play" :i al-w- The of Standard Merchandise HASELDEN BROS. Th Central Record. Lancaster Ky., Thursday, April 6 1922 A PRE-- E CHOICE ASTER COATS. SUITS AND -- 9 SPECIALS We J? - 1,000 pair Women'H Shoes, Ulack and Hrown, high and low heel. These Shoes cost from $5.00 to $10.50, your unrestrietive DRESSES are displaying many new tiling in S3.85 AND $4.85 New shipment arrives daily at prices that are rediculously low for quality of merchandise ottered. COATS .$8.75 to $29.75 SUITS $19.75 to $39.75 DRESSES $9.98 to $39.75 EACH ONE AN UNUSUAL VALUE. MILLINERY From THURSDAY, APRIL 6th. to SATURDAY, APRIL 8th., we will offer .some very special values in Women's Head Wear at $3.00 and $5.00. Truth Ever. Strother Quality Always. I Mr. w o. R.Kney w, tn l ex rC. Mr Mr. Georgia Moore Arnold has rePleaned turned from a vi.it to her mother, ton Tuesday on business, Mm. Sallie Moore in Nlcholasvillc. With HoOSier Home Mr. Walter Dunn, ef Danville. Mr. C. D. Strother, former pastor Mis llctlle Mitlrr ha returned was In ljincatter Tuesday en bun - j To my Garrard Counjy Frientls: of the Haptitt church here, and much from a visit to her brother, Mr. Sam ncs. ht.lnvf.fl liv nil. fn1l'ku.'inf fh. I have taken charge of the Duncan Barber shop Miller ami Mr.. Miller In Knoxvllle, MIm Mamie Lee Il.llard. ,f Rry- - from h NVw AIb hom wmch Tennesiee. which I recently purchased and solicit your patronIn. the Ilattem we publiih, knowing that his hun-- 1 antsville, attcndoil V Art lntmi4 Th Osisji age and support. Mr, Preseett Hrown and Wttle on Star' meeting TuesUy ntglit dredt of friend in Lancaster and , have returned from a visit to her Garrard county will be interested in Mrs. ItUMrll Hrown ami little HAIR CUTS 35cts. SHAVES 15cts. visiting parent, Mr. and Mrs. CarroN Bailey ilnughter, llekn, ef HrynnUvllle, hi welfare and the p!endid work MIm Mary Chcnault in Stnnfwnl. My brother, Harvey Lee, well known tonsorial friend In Danville. have been guetts of her mother, Mr. he is now doinK In the Hootier state. He writet: artist, will be pleased to meet his old customers here. viittingi Mrs. Lizzie CtdMer Simpson, iif S. I). Cochran. Mn. Ebb Diekerson Dear Mr. Elkln: Lexingtsm, the guest of her daugh- friends in Louisville. J. A. LEE, Proprietor. Mie Klla Mae and Lois Virginia Enclosed find check for $1.30 for, ter, Mr. Lpharim r. 11 row n and llourne and Lillle Mae Arnold were which kindly move my tubfcriptlon Mix Elisabeth Anderson ha. re- Mr. Hrown. .i . .. . i i. wrra-enKuesi 01 ..ir. n HItablC Up one year. un.jt0 tht. turned from Lewv4He. " ; Am plvav.l to report that Hooker Mine Martha Ward Sweeney and J. M. Rollardt in Danville. Mr. S. 11. Anderson hm returned I Thelma Hamilton, Hamilton College it I land is agreeinc with me to far, and Church NeWS ning In our prayer meetings, andthc . . , nm Smith, two Rev. is hoped that those who signed from a rMt in Lebantm. Vi,n. nll. with ent the week-en- d student, prayer meeting pledges anil many Viinia plea,ant. , However I mi nil the Mr. anil Mr. Ed Gaines hav been their parents here. It was n rare privilege for our others will plan to be with Us each l agan spent the JMwt am, oftcn wjh , fouW recent visitor in DanvHIe. church to have Rev. .1. E. Martin, of week with their Bibles. Mr. Clayton Morrow, who hat been day in Danville last Saturday. back up to Lancaster to see whnt's First Church, Jellico, Tcnn., with us The topic for thc message next Mm Woods Walker was a visitor at Martinsville, Ind., with hit fath 0f this Sunday will be "The Dark Hour Mrs. J. S. Seilmnn, ef Nicholas-vill- e goinjron. r rom aii reporis nc town Tlu.wIftV ant, Wednesday er, will return thi week to the UniIn Danville the pait week. ha. improved since I left. Don't weck H aj.Jre. Tuesday night and Mrs. O. R. Carpenter-o- f versity of Wyuminjr. the Dawn." Plan to be with Camp Nelson, were in l.ancnler for know whether that is becuaie I left was an lm,pirin(. ,ummnry of the us promptly at ten o'clock and for Mix Pearl Oaks hai' accepted a or in spite of it. but I sure am glad Mr. and Mrt. John Haughman and a short visit Tuesday afternoon. nn(J for. tW prPKram on homt. each service of thc day. A cordial position In a millinery store in t6 hear about the thriving Chamber ton, Mr. Hranham Haughman, of flriU The rt.su,u o( thc 75. welcome is extended to all to attend Miss Doner, who has been vMtlng of Commerce, the Hurley Aociatlon.. Mm,on ClliniMjBn beinB hown fn an Danville, were visitor) of Mr. and our services. I 1. her sitter, Mrs. Adolph Joseph, has etC n ........ r.l. Mr. and Mr. Clinton Bastin morrd Mrt. Luther Glbbs Sunday. Pishing icason is about on Would ship, evangelism, returned to her home in Louisville The optimist never worries over a missions, to their home on depot street this and Mm. Margaret 1'earson and M)n, accompanied by litle Mi Doris Rote be glad to have all you anglers get wtck. church efficiency. The educational ousted bubble. He blows another Harrods-buri- r. Mr. Clarence Peanon, of Joseph, who will make a visit there. your hools and tackle together and institutions of the denomination while he waits. were visitors of Mr. l'caron'. Mr. Ebb DI!kerson and little ion,, come down, and I will back you up have been enlarged and better equipWilliam, were visitor in Richmond titter, Mr. Lizzie Denny Monday. Misses Emily and Willie Mae in any assertion you may make Daily Thcught. ped in many instance, and the enMonday. tola Hrown Alice Sutton tive to. the catch, provided you do The true, sound rollment in our schools was never the tnlnd Mrmi:nnumliiihrue,' mind It Mr. W. A. Fnrnau accompanied and Mr. Charles Mason Hourne were! not bring Hughes, for I can't vouch that cquall) so large is it it now. No Haptist great and small.- Mr. J. K. Storme wtH leave by Mr. ndMr. Hankt Hudson, of week-en.lolinmm. guests of Mr. and Mrs. for any whale stories. who loves his God end his brethren for a viiit to Mr. Arthur Hub- -' Danville, have been recent guest of Jno. Underwood, of Danville. Fraternally, Great Truth. can afford to fall to. meet his pledge " bard in Covington. Mr. Dick Kennedy, m Lexington. c- - D- - Strother. Itellert tliut the chief x.urce of all perto the fund during the five-yeGeorge Harris, of Atlanta, Mr. Mr. 1L. V. .Morrow ha returned evils to iimn. and iif baseneaa a&4 Mr. John Mnrr, who hat been iod. frn'Martrniile, lmL, Very much spending leveral months here, has Ga who has been visiting his par-- , cowardice. Is nut death, but th ttu Memory On Wednesday morning a workers' of death. Kplctetus. ents, Judge and Mrs. E. W. Harris, improved In health. gatie to Richmond and it in the has returned home accompanied by conference wns held Posey sion of various churchfor the discusPattle Clay Infirmary for medical his mother, who will make a visit problems, and Mr. CaiwII Denny has been a The officers and directors of The, n, Martin sroke on "Huildinc a visitor ef W itrr, Mr. Mat. treatment. there. National Hank of Lancaster this af- - Knn.lnv Srhi.nl." Aninni. th.. manv tie Duncan, in Louisville. Mr. Robert E. Hughes and Mrs. Misses Emily and WlJIJe Mae . ternoon adopted the following resolu- - important points brought out were ' Mr. Lewis Herndon, of Louisville, Georgia Lusk are Ih Louisville at the llourne. lola Hrown. Alice Sutton. tioni: that the Sunday School is for the bat been spending a few day with bedside of their father. Judge John ami Mr. Chat. Hourne, of I in casThe death of John Harrison Posey, teaching of the Uible, and nothing W. Milter, who very ill at a guests of Mr. ter, are the week-enlut father. Capt. Herndmi. of The National Hank mu,t take It place. In order there. Dan- of Lancaster, brings to the officers and Mrs. Jno. Underwood. to teach effectively the teacher ofRev.Harry The many friend ville Messenger. and directors this institution a pro- - ..houi.j be trained, and to" this end it MIm Martha (Jill received a messHudson are clad to know he is lm found sense of personal lovi. We was urKt.j that every tchool should age Monday of the critical itlnc of proving from his recent tllne. Sunday School Mlvs Westover' her sister, Mr. Chris Fa rrit and kfl class met latt Friday evening at the nre called upon to mourn a friend' have its teacher training class. Pco- wnose uniaiiing sympathy The many frlrndi of Mr. John Immediately for Denver, Colorado, home of Mrs. R. L Hagan and hail neis have been for many ami kind- ' pjc n,.vcr get too old to attend the Hampton are find Ui know he U years the Sunday School, and therefore, It to be at her bedside. a very enjoyable social. The eve from his recent Mats. " " !"10UI" n,,vt? U'l'anmentt to nccom- Arch Mrt. Luther Glbbs, Mrt. George nlng was spent by playing teverall , s modate all ages from the cradle to ,,, Preserver Cabell Denny, Mrt. Rob- new game., after which very delight- MU Eugenia Dunlap hat been a Smith, Mrt. C"ft',tion "n,'1 the grave. He .tressed the necess- cK:ar, Shoe rotent visitor of her grandmother, ert Walker and Mr. J. K. Elmore ful refreshment, were served by f haVi"u' ,y,tem' About twenty enjoyed the uY. relations .IT institution,,' fin,l reeularitv In nll our l'uctu1"y U. P. Walter, in Lexington. have been recent dinner guest of boys. Mr. work with Mitt Utile Denny in Stanford. and he has given it the benefit of his wi. variation in the weeklv i.ro. tI Mr. Will Hall, who hat been UI, The Cistern Star met at the broad outlook and his high concep-- j Kram provide the element of in- Mr. and Mrt. R. Zimmcr, who have able tu be at the tcre, much to the You who have perfect terest and surprise and thus avoid been spending the winter in Indiana, Masonic Hall Tuesday night to trans- - iwn oi nnanciai responsibility. gratification of hi many friend. a cuiuvaieu inrittiait gentle- - nionotony. fect quite likely do not apare with their daughter, Mr. Green act their regular business ami taint Kinu, courteous ami sincere, his At six o'clock the ladies of the preciate the fact. You have Mr. tlate four new members, .Mrs. IIu-,'Mr. and Mr. T. J. Price, who Clay Walker and Mr. Waller. Hrown, of Ilryantsville. sell Mr., I'-- ' has been u constant inlluence fur church provided a tasty lunch as u have been spending the winter at the and Mrt, Zimmcr will leave in a always had them you 6cc be1 to the annual lm.in.... m....( Kengarlan, have moved to their for Germany, where hey will Ijrk Vanhook, Mr. and .Mr. George Kooi and hit memory will ever no reason why your fect Smith. Their meeting night the cnenneu oy an nis relatives, rriends ing of thc church. Reports were suburban home on Richmond road., visit relatives. should fail you. Yet seven and associate!, first Tuos.lay of the month nnd all read showing encouraging growth In people out of every ten have J. K Stormcj members should try to be present. all departments of our church, but at S. C. Denny - weak or fallen arches. the same time indicating plenty of j Dr. and Mrt. W. M. Klllott enterA. T. Sander room for improvenunt. tained Friday evening at their home Value your perfect foot G. H .Swinebroad Dr. Martin' address on "The on Muple avenue with a beautiful W M. Elliott. and keep it perfect for all Church That Wins," was a masterThe table waa April 4th. 1922. six o'clock dinner. ful setting forth of the position of times wear thc ARCH adorned with spring flowers and n the church as a divine Institution PRESERVER SHOE with delicious four course menu was The fellow who getts through life calling for the unswerving loyalty of thc concealed bridge which ervod. The guests were Judge and n a hurry I the first to slow up at FKESH FOR every child of God. No social or - the other end. Mr. Charles Hardin, of llarrodscomfortably and properly fraternal affiliation must be per burg. Mr. and Mrs. Luther Glbbs, Mr. supports and keeps thc arch Many people would be perfectly mitted to interfere with our allegi ( lay Kauffman, Mr. and Mn. J. K. in normal bliapc. ance to our church vow. willing to pay the excessive Income Klniore, Dr. Martin' church Is an outstandtax If they could first locate the inIf your feet arc perfect ing example in all the Southland of The Woman's Club met Thursday come. thc ARCH PRESERVER church efficiency and spiritual powafternoon at the rooms on LexingSHOE will keep them perlooked at ton avenue. The room It't a poor day when America can er, and hit messages were driven tractive with roses and baskets of r.ot make rapid stride in one way home tq the hearts of hi hearer by fect, if they are not, this spring (lower. Mrs. R. K. Mcltob-er- tt or another. Just now we are engag the force of a deep rooted convic6hoe will help them. GROCERIES. of all kinds. Fancy and Staple presided and a regular business ed in making the country' afe for tion which has been courageously put meeting wa in session. It was de- crooks. to thc test in hi own church and ha rided that a garden club be added bten found to work. JAS. W. SMITH Why do Miller bleach flour? Why-dto the civic department. The church extended a unanimous Mr. they cure with phosphate? He invitation to Dr. Martin to return Charles Hardin, of Harrodtburg, gave a tplendld talk. The week be cause they can use a cheaper wheat at a later date for a aeries of revival fore Mr. F. U. Marksbury made a and by these processes cover up Im- service here. Public Square. Phone 206. very Interesting talk on "Minor purities anil make more profit. The month of April is to be given (3.30-4..- ) Trophet." Garrard Milling Co. especially to the study of soul win- - Gossip About People j Lee's Barber Shop I ,.,. 'Inuh'')l7 u --- : ...... ll.. Baptist He-fo- re Klch-men- d. rcla-llourn- e, j this-wee- d i 1 I I jn re-ri- of John Harrison 1 d v. T P1'" For the Perfect Foo- "'. few-wee- nn-lud- Call Scott & Ruble Fruits and Vegetables Fresh Fish and Meats Scott & Ruble o asm The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday. April 6 1922 r M.. 0. lilt, r 'Ill VIBRATIONS CITIZENS By IDA W. QOULO EDITORIAL. Personal Friendship ARE GREAT HEMEVERS IN FRANK-NESADVOCATES OF FACING EVERY ISSUE WITH OPEN MINDS AND HONEST HEARTS. Neither are we an exception. Lancaster folks have, as a rule, always been of this disposition and this lias been one of the contributing factors to the of our city and its institutions. HAS OUR MUTUALITY OF INTERESTS BEEN THE INSPIRATION OF THE PAST AND WILL BE OF THE FUTURE. The relations of the Business Men of Lancaster and its citizens have been peculiarly Interwoven in the work which has already But been done towards our city's advancement. we feel it to be your desire and theirs to have even a better understanding prevail THAT WE ALL MAY LABOR WITH A COMMON PURPOSE AND AN UNITED EFFORT. WE We FEEL THERE IS NO PRICE WHICH CAN RE PUT And UPON THE VALUE OF PERSONAL FRIENDSHIP. whether we are intimately acquainted or not, it is one thing which all of we Lancaster people poiwu for each other In the It li this idea that fact that we are all Lancaster folk.. prompts ut to urge a irrcatcr allegiance tu our community RY A MORE SOLID BACKING OF ITS BUSINESS INTERESTS. S. Improve Eyeglasses are popular when the looks. they If dis- JOSEPH'S EXCLUSIVE LADIES OUT- - l. Speak well of your neighbor. hear of it he msy apeak less paragingly of you. thru MH'Un Nairixr ,n.tifi MelUta Itoy lieiinl I In Hang f the bra knocker mi her front ilHr. Alone, remote from nelglilmrt, lut fciir Impeded Iht ijiilrk prtigrvM lei the IicIiii on the electric door; alio light anil Hire lla full r.lnr Into I tic Itinulrer'a fan-- . "Jeffrey !" Mm eirlalinVtl, Hie tloor wlile 0Hll. 'Come In, rlxlit In tliere." pointing from t It lo a kiiijiII room hall. Tin man liail mIiIIi li.ilr, et young face, the fait of a limit almtil forty-flvi- . Hi uute of her He IimiiiI ami In a liniment a ulnmlliu In liefore the open Or, awaltliu T It it t Ion o he IMatel. Mtll closed the oulthli il"r; (.(x-nliu NATIONAL BANK THE BANK THAT ALWAYS TREATS YOU RIGHT. FITTERS a If you teach your child to fear you in time it will learn to hate you, and its disposition will be warped In future years. ONE PRICE -- and QUALITY MOTTO. OUR Green Clay Walker Law And Real Estate Money to loan on farms. List your farm for sale privOffice ever MOTOR TIRES, Me Se C.K. ENGLE GROCERIES EVERYTHING AND NOTIONS. KINNAIRD BROS. Dealers in ately or at auction. J. W. Smith's Store. ol)el hr DODGE BROTHERS CARS, GOODYEAR mil, came quickly' foruuril nml grasped lilt titt'iiilixl IimiiiI with both of her. Si It was tnie, tli iuiiniiiiriil dreamily. Th power of my ihoiiclit T-at strong enough. I ithl not believe IL you, Jeffrey; I "I'm no flail to wanted tu aee you again bffori we both took the (Jrrnt Ailveiitun. It wai not very mid, yet I In-- iii.in rrallteil how rolil tin Iianilt were whlrh KrniMl hla. ".Sit down, Jeffrey; your apar-anr- r I an uneipectcd 1 trunt you mi nVrotand me. I will riplaln my surprise at once." Ry t tils time the man's fan showed ittep color, whether of emotion or he alone knew. Melltta Day romnieiireil Jerkily to riplaln herself, while the man watched her closely. "I mat aonieoiie a few ilny hko who told me If 1 tent enough niwer forth In my ilealrvs they would nmwl reMnte. I tnlil to her. There It aoineoue I part ill from yenr ago. I ilealre to ae hlin.' She said, 'Vim will before- - Ion. Ttie man'M face wa now very imirh mithrd. "How many years It It, MelNtaf "Age In fancy only thirty yeara In reality," answered Melltta. She rontlnueil rapidly In question hlin concerning hit life mid, he r- Min of lilt audilen appearanre, although the atlll had mi Intuition t lint t. he waa 'not quite frank on the tub-Jec- kiiiIIIiik at the untlifiiltil Ioii which her visitor rotiM mil iimi ipre THE BEST. HATFIELD DENTIST s TUBES, ACCESSORIES Offiea over Tha Offlca 5. 4fe Carrara Saab. ResleUaca LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. 37. J. F. HOLTZCLAW HOUSE FURNISHINGS "Everything For The House." to you to feel that when you hand over your money in exchange for Merchandise or Service, that you are handing it over to someone who ij. at heart, INTERESTED IN YOU AND YOUR. EXISTENCE IN THIS COMMUNITY? Doesn't it make your blood turge a little more rapidly to know that this tranaction between individuals it not Just a cold lifele happening of business but Instead U warmed by the knowledge THAT YOU ARE A LOYAL CITIZEN TO THE INTERESTS OF YOUR TOWN; that you are dealing as friend to friend and to the mutal advantage of both younelves and your community. Contrast vith this if you will the spending or sending of mot ey from LancaMer and you will instantly picture a buiU nei. transaction with strangers WHO CARE NOT NOR CONCERN THEMSELVES WITH YOU OR YOUR FUTURE WELFARE IN THE SLIGHTEST. What happen, to you. your family, your dollars or your property is entirely foreign to thlt It is a severe, calculating bu tines procedure transaction. where both of you stand at stranger vita no community of interests or aspiration. The dollar you spend ts the basis of operation. A sordid business transaction the result. the next time you make your purchases. The Druggist, the Clothier, the Baker, the Plumber in facT, every Business Man of every line represented in Lancaster is at your service. And ve muht add AS FRIEND TO FRIEND. Every one of the busines firnu,who names are append- ed herewith do buslnex on this basis, folk. And they are only part of the entire number who go to make up the personnel of the Lancaster Busines District MEN WHO CONDUCT PLAN THEIR BUSINESS ON THIS Notice this in the future HEART-TO-HEART N I.n't it worth something to you, friend, to spend your money w!thLancaster business institutions who- owners 'are Lancaster men and women like yourself? Ltn't it satisfying - R. H. BATSON'S CASH STORE CLOTHING, SHOES AND GENTS FURNISHINGS. DR. OIfnMUTRI8T J. J. BYRNE limited Practice to diagnosing and correcting defect of Kyeslght by Attlng of the propir glattet. DANVILLE. KENTUCKY. 8 Opposite Gilcher Hotel. Offlca Hours la 12 aad t lo S at. am. J. E. DICKERSON AND SON LADIES FRANCIS-SMIT- H J. A. Beazlev NOTIONS. MILLINERY AND FUNERAL DIRECTOR OUTFITTERS WHERE THE THOUSANDS SHOP. Our Stock is kept alive and Our prices are right. Our aim is to (ill your wants. e. Odlce Over National Hank. Residence t'hone 3. Otflce Phone 27 KY f LANCASTER, Public Sijuare I'hon 181. Or. Printus Call Walker VETERINARIAN. F. B. MARKSBURY AND COMPANY n HIGH-GRADE We want you folks to think about thi HOTEL KENGARLAN Mr. A. F Answered Promptly Da? Nlfkt. Phoa. 317 LANCASTJ-Tt- . KET'CKt "Jeffrey," ahe erlttrd, "how did you know I lived here?" "I took a chance. Mllta; the directory did the rett. Your hair It Jtitl at It wna; look at mine," "Then, you have felt a ntn.ni; lire recently to aee n Jeffrey V "Tea." "That woman got two dollar from me. I suppose It could have been aaved had I wished much harder." Jeffrey tmlled sympathetically ami looked around the room, tinted lit cozl neaa. and asked, "You live here all alone all the year "Oh, no; my niece are often here, and In winter 1 live In town. Why have you never called on ma. Jrf "I lived out Wett until a year ago. Hutlneaa brought me In Itotton. Some one wrote me you had married. I wa aurprlted enough to find you In the directory at Mellvia Day." "What a wonderful power there l In thought," muted the woman, look log atrndlly Into the Mating lot; tire. A alienee fell at llo-both revlened mentally early irenet In which I hey had been clotely The man wan Unit lo npeuk. "How young you look, Melltta!" "I suppo.- - outiloor life ami iiiuclt dancing helped." "You ilancef" etclaluutl the mnu, 'Certainly. Why not? Are you disappointed, Jeffrey? IMd you to tjiid Jiie wiiHing nml unhappy In. did not attain the utual prlte, a huthalid?" "No I thoiiKht )oil would be dlf ferelit, that'a nil." "Now; Jeff ivy- - be trunk with mr baa oh no- - Mie neer would have that woman commuiil dared; h cated with you oh I believe tin " did Uy this time wm cryliu hit ti--r teara of huiiilllutlnii. "Melltta, don't repmiirh ituy one I should have coiiio to llud you If If the wouiaii hud imt ntkeil me to do to." "Oh Jeffrey 1 am ko norry I told that horrid woman about my deiirle. Oh you surely believe me- - when I tell you I Imagined your mmlm; lure waa of your own volition." "Of course 1 believe )ou. Mella. ttiut I've found What a blelns It out (uo matter how) Hint you did with to see me." "I don't asree with you, Jeffrey The meant employed should time been that )ou had mi overuhelmlus detln to see inc. uud that It what you did not have. No- - I can look you In the fare acalu." Jeffrey manfully put hit iirnu arouud Melissa ami loikel lutit her face. "Melissa, I'm going tu ask you u nuettlon, and you'll have to be frank wllli me. Itendy, dear? me "I ask you If your detln to la only an occasional vibration or a txrnianeiit one? If lieniiatient, kit we." Melissa's fce wore a very happy esnresslon a few moments later. when the lover sat hand In hand and vision In the flnt. Vis Hate lout Ireamy, iHlangHde, happy lirecursors of the remainder or . the uayt . . a.. .ilk... ihiiu Ulilcli they went y imcx-lulti- FLOUR, MEAL AND FEED Sanders. Manager. System. George WashOur Brand ington, White Swan, Queen of Lancaster and Liberty Bell. Latest Swing Sifter Bolting Groceries, Cigars, Tobacco, CarsdiM, Fruit. An excellent Restaurant in connection. Taka your Sunday 6 o'clock dinner with us. Trees For Spring Planting FRUIT AND SHADE TREES BLOOMING SHRUBS FRUITS SMALL STRAWBERRIES GRAPEVINES PERENNIALS EVERGREENS taTt Prtd Ytur Livtr to Attitu UiMt ras)alkly d CmsIImI". BUk HMSMht. Ma rltrfagaeftala. ajaraata1. The errant of dlethn. ajtlmtW-lio- n and ttlmlnation lha stomach, liver and bowels ara cloMly allit-1-. and tha proper action of any of thw nrrcns la larctlr dependent uin tha correct functkmlna ot all th others. Whlpplna" your liver lnt action with calomel or torelnai your jw! with Irritating laxatlvea or tron cathartics It a. great mistake. A better, safer plan Is atrensthenlna anl toning tha whola dlf estiva and rllmlns-liv- e ritcm with Naturt'a RtmtaV (Nil Tatlett), which not only brine limnedUta relief, but genulnoand lasting ben r tit It acta on tha atomach. Iler. bowels and kldners. Improve dlxestlon anil assimilation, overcome!1 biliousness, correct constipation an quickly relieves alck headache. flet your ) stem thoroughly cltanie-and purified for once: stomach, liver end bowels working together In harmony, and you will not liavi to take- medicine every day Just taka cna Nit Tablet occasionally t ket our system In food condition and always feel your best, ltemembee It It railer and cheaper to keep well than th OetlSobox and try It with yuu understanding-- that It mutt aivo any greater relief and benefit than boa el or liver inedlclno you ever uje-or no pay. Nttura't RtmtaV Tablet!) u sold. aTnntei anl rtcotuuitnJeJ by your druggist. McROBERTS DRUG STORE. vur-,rJ freyf t. ep't cu f 1 ner a where farmers bare been unable to perate tractors to the bett advan-tjgi- r, farm engineering apecialitts at the- College of Agriculture believe. Faulty spark plug and other minor troublea can ! corrected easily with Hunters-Bewar- e little, or no damac 10 tn" machine fmilyethrelelio Is negWe positively will not permit tat l.ut when proper lubrication lected, a reduction In the lifetime of hunting or hMitting of any character the mnchinn It almont sure to result, or trespassing on our farm. Any they say. violators will be persecuted Included among-- the points which J. S. Schooler, Kdgar Price, W. A. tl.ty have outlined in a number of lub. I'nce, Joe Criscillis, T J- - Price. It, rication Miggeation-- t are the following: L. Klkln, II, M. Lear, It. K, Barker "It It a good Idea to keep lubricat- - ! It. F. I'arsomt, Ma sin da Longrworth. McRoberU Drug Store I . ugreuses, tuucaeis. amii .. (Other name will be added upon UtK cupboard tho paymunt of 25 cents) nelt in a clean, datt-proa- f (tf.) j since they easily collect dust. I "IT... Id. tin. I iin.l amount nf Oil j ecommended by the manufacturer "Extra ottentlon should be given Garden seeds will give best re- the lubricution of the engine while sults if not covered too deeply when . is new and stiff. One-hal- f an Inch b bent planted. "Oil and grease on the outride of the average teed, ganlen spud-Allsfor he bearings are a decided detriment, at the College of Agriculture since they easily collect grit and say, dirt. A little oil in the right place Ueans do best when punted the ts worth many pounds placed care- Wi W swll . half of April in the driest M,Mj atringieaa. i.rw.-in the garden. ,.Too much Uurjca.lni oli cau,M . . ., aro goii "ne- Service CommmkcmtyA Alexander Loehwittky, a former Pod ana Hountuui ties of bush beam while Kentucky"On account of fuel patting the Russian count and a Major in the Lazy Wife are the re- - piston rings, oil in the crank case ot American army during the World Wonder and Sheep On rcommended varieties uf pole beon. the engine becomes worthless and War, hat sent an appeal to the New Owing to the small area involved, Make Cheap 'York American Legion asking that luutt be removed. Such oil cannot applied be used again safely for the same "doing any more fertilizer t apt to be b Job be found for him Gains garden than it necessary. purpoie. thing-He speaks eight language to the rape patturitain f.uently. Everything he had was Eleven ounce for each 100 square Lambs on "At a rule, lubricants Ilia; oro teet l.t equivalent to 300 pounds an lowest In original cost are tho ruist weight more rapidly and cheap. y than lost in the San Antonio Hood. jcro while 3$ ounce for each 100 expensive for the tractor owner. those on blucgrass pasture, according jquare feet Is equivalent to 1,000 to results of trials conducted by the "Never depend on someone cite COUGHS AND COLDS pounds an acre. Kentucky Agricultural Experiment; to lubricate the tractor you am runoften leads lo Ilean are easily killed by frost ning. You will know whether or not Station to determine the most profund ahould not be planted before It is done right if you do it your If," animals. itable pasture for the Don't trifle with either a cough or April 20th. If auccenlve plantings Other putture crops for aheep that April Is the month when foo try can be planted during the next few cold on the chest. LUNGAKDIA is are made until August, a steady sup-pl- y today as the greatest of this vegetable will be insured. to make fools of other fools. months include soybeans, cowpeas, recognized otfered for the relief of we BefcQK 4ni remedy ever Wood ashes and pulverized tobacand Sudan grat, tkte sta'.iot sheep such conditions. Its action is swift att nukes of Clothes may make the man, but will furnish a cheap source men say. and certain, good for any kind of co stems it requires brains to know .low to Kape seeded in April or May will cough and bronchial trouble. Once if potash, an element that Is needed eight to ten used you will never accept a sub- for the successful growing of good wear them. make early pasture, stitute. It la free from opiates and pounds of seed being required an safe for children. Tho best drug- vegetables. beSome women believe in chi-it- y aad oe drilled or oroaa gists from Coast to Coast aell and acre. I his may ginning at home. They lift it while Buy a Women are threatening to wear the old man sleeps. casted. Muny men who At sheep for recommend LUNGAKDIA. squarely to those enormous sleeves again, but ihowa sow oats with rape at the bottle today and put It bottle. the test, 00c and $1.20 The man who advertises h honthat ought to htlp the masculine eye rate of one buthel an acre thut makFor Sale by ing it possible to change the sheep McROBERTS DRU G STORE. some. There) will be no cloth left esty may deceive himself, bui never ihoie who know him. with which to cover the Ugt. gradually from green feed to dry I (3.30-Bt.- ) MeDovel, n. r u, Atttifbin. Taa. 'Mysakt4 l the wiwt klad ia'Jarau. ol acouiH sad I tried eTerytblif. m4. 04 but aeihlng dl I ssy 1 ol.Honteal me a Inead t S ey and Tar. ad bu i uth i tiiw the oit Ji ao as." tva danohaJaiCMtbat iJ-- l Tmm many a H-- M -' - or irum ij U5 lamb but should not be paitured until It I 10 to 14 inches hUh. Cowpeas for sheep pasture are town from May 16 to June 15 m rous 28 to 35 tnchet apart, about 48 pounds of seed being; required an acre. This crop, which hat a carrying; capacity about the same as rape, is ready for pasture in September. Soybean also areseeded In roas like cowpeas but should be planted about 15 days earlier than the pea at the rate of 35 pounds of seed an acre. Thb crop can be pastured In September and will carry from eight to 15 ewes or ten to 20 Iambs an acre. Although not as desirable for sheep as soybeans, cswpeat or rape, Sudan i;rat makes an excellent catch crop or dry weather one to be ued when the others fail, the sheepmen It may be soyrn irt May .or June at tha rate of eight to ten pounds of seed an acrv and is ready for pasture in about one month. Latt year, In eiifht weeks during which no ram fell, one acre of this lKra.44 furnished pasture for 20 sheep on the station farm, according to were the sheepmen. The animal turned on the grass after it had been planted 11 days. irom to 10 10 . feed and gain as the oats ripen, it. is said. One acre of rape will carry! . io .-' r tn . ewes Stopped Cough After Influenza my Poor Tractor Lubrication Cause Owner Moot Trouble Faulty lubrication is the source of of caes troubL- - In the majority HEDGING t ROSES SEED" POTATOES. ETC "lennttneari'ittroUy't tlje. BJmA Tu U ItH br4t enuf h Ued Ida t em triM. write C U. Kvcrythinjr for the Orchard, A large Garden. illustrated catalog and guide sent on requiMt. H. F. HILLENMEYER & SONS A Nursery Word In Kentucky. Lexington, Kentucky. Luwn anil ia T' hljS-Hirnv- ll. . Seasonal Tips For Gardners; U ht n Rape Pastures Fast k m PNEUMONIA Dattcriu mtir CONN CONN v ' '. i ' mm mit 7- - tt "f.' The Central Racord, Lancaster,. Ky. Thursday. April 6, 1922 9 LANS GEORGE O. SPOONAMORE FARM in Garrard County 319 Acxes-T- he Residence Portion in 0 ity Limits of Lancaster Terms and size of tracts to suit Purchaser. The property will first be offered in four tracts. on Sale SATURDAY, residence, Richmond Street, in1922 APRIL 15th, Lancaster, Spoonamore the premises, at the George O. on BEGINNING AT 9:30 O'CLOCK tile land. The farm will then be offered by combining tracts No. 1 and 2, and then tracts No. 1, No. 2, and No. 3, and then No. 2 and No. 3 ,and then No. 3 and No. 1, or as many other combinations of the four tracts as purchasers may desire, and then the farm will be offered as a whole, and the bid or bids accepted realizing the largest price. TERMS: The tonus of this sale will be unusually liberal and easy. The purchaser or purchasers will be required to jcive bond or bonds, with approved surety for the faithful performance of the contract. The per contract will require a payment of thirty-fou- r cent (II I pr cent) payable January 2, l!)2.'t, twenty-tw- o per cent (22 per cent) to be evidenced by promissory note due in one year from January 2, 11)23, and note for twenty-twper cent (22 per cent) due in two years from January 2, 192.1, and note o TRACT No. 1 74 ACRES, with handsome new residence, just completed; residence facing on Richmond street, Lancaster, Ky., with rood tobacco barn and stock barn. This is a real farm in town. The residence is one of the most modern in the city of Lancaster, with electric lights, water works and furnace heated, with all modern out buildings. ACRES, has a TRACT No. number of tenant houses and tobacco barn. Is a fertile piece of land and ad1. 3-- 51 per cent (22 per cent) due in three for twenty-tw- o years from January 2, 11)23, all notes bearing interest from April IB, 1022, at six per cent per annum, interest payable annually after January 2, 19211, and containing the usual maturity clause with the privilege of paying the same by paying the principal and interest to date of payment, and a lien retained upon the land to secure the payment of the notes. PERSONAL PROPERTY At the same time the undersigned will sell a lot of personal property .consisting of farming implements, live stock, some corn and hay. Terms for personal property: All sums under $20.00 cash in hand on date of sale; for all sums over 20.00 notes with interest from date, due in three months after date. 263 joins tract No. tract No. TRACT No. 2. v ACRES, adjoins W. H. BROWN, Trustee in Bankruptcy For George O. Spoonamore. Robinson & 128 ACRES, well improved, with good residence and is fer TRACT No. 4- I Attorneys for Trustee. P. S. A portion of the land to be sold has been leased for cultivation to crop tenants for the year 1922, purchaser or purchasers to get the benefits of these contract. KauiTman, I.and were in Nicholatville on bull-- J Valuable Pair of Fish. Tun nh from t lie Autumn recently nc. Saturday Vrrna Ry spent Saturday Qmte a number were 'n Nicholas, nrrlxed in l.w.don KneUrd Latins wluu'lke Una colored red mul tilnw with Mm John Land. ville Monday for the burial of Mrs. l 'II. ey mi the tin! lln-I)vm were (i. M. llendron. Mr. and Mr. Harlan are t.iloed at. Slot ilt lottr recent pursts of Mr. and Mrs. Anion Mr. and Mm. Harvey Teater and Cold and Silver In Coal. Hall. family entertained a number of In tti.- - Cumbria eonl field of Wjo. Mary Aunt Ilavta pcnt the frirnds and relattvrs Sunday Ml mini: Mimll iimtultle of col, I mul MwerVtnd with Mr. and Mr. Harlan The regular church service were iter are said t ! preeit In the laV!S. evening and coal teln. In South Africa a conducted Saturday THonpm IUn and John t Sunday at the Methodist, church. ocrurrt nee tun Iteen noted, tht running coal eetirrine In nnm throucli the ouarlzllf ore. GUNNS CHAPEL i lrlf In) Club Sandwiches of Spanish Green Olives Strange Things Happen. Courtlev 1. tit tl the only berth left In a I'uliiiiiin nr Later nn eld lady Ixinrded the enr und rnUed u cmnd row hoeitio he would he iMIf.-- to lt op ti' n't' t The irtctleiwin. true to Ihe nuine, cave the lady hl Muue. and durlnc the nlsht he vlrel til wife aa follow: "Will tie home tomorrow; JuM caie hertli to un old lady." 1 I , Substitute tor Rubber. Cotnlilniitloni of llnved priinut, rape or iiiiiMurd oil with Milp uir form MilixttinriK, wh.rh nre "itltl to he linil to it eonoldfnihlo eMellt In the manufacture of m!.. ruhher l I'll re, Inilln rub-tihmer-ret- l. In wawill lloitt, nearly ter, while the oil Mil.M Mlchtlv hemler In prop... lion to their hulk. kIiiW. rult-ln-rllcom-xiiinitinitili-iinlreter !, lm-ll.- tr Mtn mi fn j J It j Ju t tin t!iinK for nn nftr- - in tea, or n picnic part. Olive i.j'' nndW.chc are eaiy to prep .re plra.inc to the eye, tmty, and ver. Shortening a Leather Bilt. The inRnniivnt arc tf )oti want lo shorten u. leather nutritioua. tflt Inoloatl of ciiltlns or Urine a usually on hand andathe aandwuhes few minute. hole, titillitr of width U autl.f ictory, may be made up in Toatt two dice of bread nnd reor tint tti red heat u knitting move Iluttir llshtly nnd hot it mi punch ll throtiElt. Tli'i run cool, cruti. pprend with heavy then Ik tlone ulu In tdiortenlnc th delt mayonnaise. On one alice of of it eutii; nurhlue If It breal a In plure heart of lettuce leave, bread then oiH.rtimely. prend with toTel irreen t'iv cut In rirn:. On the ufier r t tn of Somewhat Peculiar. bread, urranire llte. ''roiled In 1SVO. ll Is recorded by an Kns-tll- t bacon. Garnlth with wt.t. r creu. ittncnxlnr. I'Mwurd .Smith BANKRUPT died Saturday, April 8th. AT TEN A. M. at my place on Fall Lick pike, 4's miles from Lancaster, I will sell the following: personal property: One five year old horse mule, one five year old mare mule, one twelve year old famliy mare, e wagon, one two year old stallion, one good as new; one buggy and harness, one wagon load of hav, one wagon Toad of oats, about fifteen barrels of corn, one slide, good as new; two drag harrows, eight hemp breaks, one turning plow, one hillside plow, two double shovels, one laying oft" plow, one drag, two sets wagon harness, one side saddle, one mans saddle. Household and kitchen furniture and other things too numerous two-hors- J to mention. R. N. DOOLIN A. T. Scott, Auct. AT 2 P. M. in front of the Court House door in Lancaster, Garrard County, Ky., sell to the hiirhoat and host l.l.l. .it' nltnitt ..cros of land with house and improvements, located at Mc- Croary, in Garrard County, Ky., on the Itncastor and Huckeye pine, ami oeinj,' me same land conveyed to T. D. Irvin by ilomor Kay. Said house and land will lie sold Htibject to the lease of McKinley Gay for the year 1922, nnd possession will be K'iven mulct jetr." Huston Trttiikcilpt. on January 1st., 1923. Also at same time and place will sell Qo to Bed Early. Londoners llow- cutly we K" In bed In Loudon one red cow and one lot of Hlacksmith tools. Olate Reiltta Fire. There l a iroduct calleij "wlro Is rliowti by n retikU of uiiilerifround Sale will be made subject to continuation by the Court, and trulus tn arlous glau," which, It yp;enr, prvtelita a piieimer. The IK ituMt efTrctlre harrier ak'Hlntt lire. It tllreeilotiM tiirrlitl repetlvely 4 the land will be sold on a and G months timo mul iiiiiihimite will So hnrd lire roiikUta .Imply of a iiieliwork of III ami 'S lie required to execute bonds with approved surety, bearing' G wire einhedded n a clnoa plate. V.ytn our war luiblu to int eff. Hut, Inper ceni imerest irom Hate until paid. a deed. ID ti'elock wit bmllliiie for u niub when lie I ed tiy tlmne and raltod to red heat It doe ml fall to plecv, und tllutle of Uuiilniiera even brfore the The personal property will be sold on a credit of 3 months, It tins heeu thonii )n inaiiy chm' that, war, mul In that multitude were, and und kjlliihti, are, tuUo a number of prominent bub with interest from date atul approved surety. etnplojed In luiln men. Your profrflotial the n Kf of ir. nndtlmt The Season's Pest. "until n few )ear hefore hl death An orlclnnl man I one who doe'- - not It wna hit ronMnnt practice to rlile Uun it bull, it nd lnttstd of uioklng talk ntMKit Ihe weather. An man n one who ba't u bad tobacco he hml lit' liny vailed and cold. An Intere-tln- t: mail l one rho smoked It lnt end f I hut plant." 't u to 'ry "Ike test ndvUe cold cure."- I otiillie t'o ifU r JotirnuL Parii an Ancient City. The name I'nrU a npdied to tti Famous Rocking Stone. town t)rt occurred In u )ikmUI letter Of the rttcklnt; nm: Juki wrt of rontenlnc u renin II (here In A. I The elty lt llrM iiittttod In ItlMory the IhiiTiiIo rnnp- - In llronx irk. New thut ta under the name of l.utetiu by Jollm Votk elty, tradltloti Miy ("uii.nr In .VI It. (' when he atniod eheiH" and tiietlkllie men of the vnrl-Iiitllnli triheti built their council It n the nicotine phtee of ilotmtlca It tvan then Rreti about thli etJ4wal cube of p4nk-U- b from remittored Wttul. frttltlle. the fortified tapllal of tbe l'rill, ua Ostllle trlln. ltit.isnlrt.-MiSaint's Weekly Festival. ltmortjtilv A Dlrd of a Pun. Y,o:ky hu. m The prise for the Mtuon's worst pun xi. M..tuy. the fivtltal uf . wIm oiku worked on Moll-tla- ) j foe to C'liHrtopbtT Morlcy. otiimrv-Ini- ; four Im.IO'k waiting outside n pay ami wore uped tmt to know cur on a nIiUhk. reody to "bone the on wbleb dfi .t l't.pll' f their ! men mm they tuiite out for a eoiitrlhti. Iron Hint) fi.iU.il Hiie that worthy cause, II htild be li it M..i:lti' ami therefore lion to M'liii'. 'iititU-t.it- . relobrittitl t.ol. Mmulay in Ihe jour i "Where the l. lhcri lire the to be i t '11 mIii to liotmr the day. ext.-flondo-n- at SALE! THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED STATES FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF KENTUCKY OF T. D. IRVIN I IN RE BANKRUPTCY In pursuance of an order directed to me, will on Tuesday. April I8th. 1922 1 't Ii cotit-bira- ! ! cur-ntsl- - lt -- patM-iim- . inuii t not only relta the lient tiesa or fire, hut aim the hutterlm; rffectt Mem tn sit up Inter, and fashion, of cold Mater poured over It while imlurully, rurely r tires till duwu. Lctition 'I'llne It l let flovulni; hot. ulre-Klak-- ''rle. L. G. DAVIDSON, Trustee The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, April 6, 1922. COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF LAND -- COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF LAND (1ARRARD SALE OF LAND C GARRARD CIUCUIT It. Harnett, If c OMMISSIO NER'S GARRARD COURT 1 r- - Big, Full Cut, Roomy the real estate mentioned In the plcnding and described n follows; Garrard County, Ky., on the longer, They'll nnd Lexington pike. , in the center of Lexington and the strong Triple Stitched Lancaster pike, comer to Hen Robinson: thence with Robinson's line Scams S. 74, V. I7.y chains to a post; ' chains to n t thence X. 89 4. K. 18.1. t post corner to Robinson and in G. C. Walker's line; thence with Walker' line S. 2 4. V. 21.80 chains, S. IS, V. 17. 10 chains to n post, corner to Manuel; thence N. 884, K. 2.72 chain to n stake in Manuel's line. (corner to Mason Pollard; and on the Kast side of a branch; thence with Pollard' line, S. 30. V. 1.30 chain to n black walnut; thence S. 12 W. I. no chains to n honey locust; I Pollard's and Hamilton' corner; thence with Hamilton's line X. 88, U' 8.13 chains to a white oak; thence .V 87, W. 1.1.41 chain to a stone in tlnmttf nn'a tin.. n nirniip I I iifn' 'shcrrow; thence with Sherrow's line, K. 7.90 chain to n post on .V North I side of a .... ... .. drain; thencei X. 24, All Work It Noblt. Lift As I St It .. I I. . tmttlmtt So. r-- t cnains, to iy, . i.ua mains v The I..J..ih,n... rlrl ran If. ..... All work, ett-The wsy tome people gain success rw ...... ...1,1. ....1.1 -1 I " '""'Jnot. N. 1' 19 4. you'd think somebody liml dropped a Imhle; work I ntixic noble; lie that Letter lliin mi. tllf.lii In K. W. 0.G2 chain to a dramn, I Coiirlersfotirttnl. ' K. 12.5'J chains to a wild hinsna ieel on the bottom rune of here "ulil and asserted once more. chern. the Udder nnil tlic m ivful me t r I Curlyle. about 15 feet from a concrete pool, t 'in' iiv up, sllpiel mut falle-- i K. l'.'.yr. chain to a post, , X. 7 Tht Discovery of Microbes. I Labor Always First. X. 82, W. 'J.85 chaips to a stone at Microbe In connection with dlsea laibor M the parent of nil the lat- - were Hew Crab Propagate. first written 'nhoiit hy a dermis the fence on West side of the CounCrab reproduce by egg, which art j Int muntimriits of thl uorhl, whether ty road, corner to Sherrow; thence In the Seventeenth renlury. laid In the summer season, shortly i In ere or In tone. In petr or In' with fence alon the West side of Long ' Tllley. said road. X. 13, K. 3.24 chains, X. tht female ha shed the hart) I pyramid. Wltllai.i J.ii.h-after Not S3 Bad. The purpose of said ale ts to .40 It hell. She ha mi abdominal apiiend- - j "Speaking of church wedding. pot, X. W. K. chains to South gate satisfy the debt of $l.S0O.0O with Phlloiophle Solemnity. 8, l.2fi chains to center Interest at six per cent per annum egg are carried aft In whlrh the How does Njture deify in with I write J. .M. (i. "I once li:tnl nn old of Lexington pike; thence with cen alioiit for wifely until they hutch. from January I. 1121. naid. Unit the.. wnU ; played Thl few cheiip element I (live tne health lady ter of pike S. 40. K. 7.50 chains. due to Robert Long, and untilsum of the S. 07 K. 8.7fi chains to the be and a diiy, and I will make the ptu; Meddlesome March.'" Huston Tra with Interest at six per cent crlpt. Tha Word "Traah." ginning, containing 120.42 acre. of emperor rliltriilou. Kimr-on- . from June 1, lt2l, the sum of The word "trash" originally meant! The purpose of said sale is to X7Z.7U. with Interest and six per cent at For a Burn. satisfy the judgment for lll.G50.U8 from Jan. 1, 1D22, due A. I). fine brushwood or twig. Seller of Afraid H Couldn't Qualify. If you burn your tongue with hot with interest from January 1, 11121. ami tne estimated cost of nrewixMi rrequenny mini in Hie center onre In Texas the idtort cotton crop thlt actlun- nf th bundle of slick with the small, J forced ,t targe number of nmntry ne. aoup, cbiH'idiite or any hot frM, h bit until paid, and the estimated cost of amounting to about f 150.00 useless stuff to limke the faggot seem criMM ,c rltle. One of these an- - of butler nlloned to melt on thf this action, amounting to about )200, TERMS. lien for which tsrr. plletl for u Joli at one of the large em- - Diirmii smii win give relief and pre- against said the platntiu ha a The sale will be made on a credit land. vent aoretie. of six and twelve months, and the TKRMS. Ipluyment agenrle. "There" ii Job l the Kagle lailinlr.' calil the . The'sale will be made on a creillt purchaser will be required to execute Kir Christopher Wren' salary wainian behind the desk. "U'unt It?" Fartat Rttaurct. of six and twelve months, and the bond with approvrd security, for $1,000 a year a architect of St. Paul', The applicant shifted uneally from The Unltel State iosese about purchaser will tie required to exe- the purchase price, payable to W H. He got only p.irt of It In order to hur. one foot to the other. "Tell you how three time a much timber a Canada, cute bonds with approved security itrown, Master ComiiMsioner. due isn six ond twelve months respective ry him to finish It. He wn dismissed It I, bo," be suld finally. l stir and Russia I regarded a much bet for the purchase price, payable to after 40 yettrs' wrrlce, when he wat doe wunt a Job mighty bad, but d ter endowed with tlmlier Iticiu the W. H. Itrown. Master Commissioner, ly, with Interest at six per cent ner due in six ami twelve month respec annum from date until paid, having eighty-two- . fact I. I ain't never wnhed a eagle." United Slate of .Vinrrtni tively, with interest at six per centi tne tore and ellect of a Judgment per annum from date until raid, hav- - uIJn which execution may Istue. and will bo retained upon the proping the force and effect of n judg a ment upon which execution may Is- erty until the purchase money Is sue, and a lien will be retained up- paid. W. II. Drawn, Matter Commis on the land until the purchase money sioner of Garrard Circuit Court, is paid. ' -. G. C. Walker. Att'y. for PltT. it- - . ti r ii. iiiunii, IdlllT Vtlilll missioner Garrard Circuit Court. Robinson & Kautfman, Attorneys for PltT. , f and Comfortable last Roy Moberley, vt al. Defendant. I'uriuant to n judgment rendered at the .March Term, 1022, the under signed Clinmtssloner will sell at pub ) c auction to the highest nnd le.t f bidder, on the premise In Garrard , County, Kentucky, nt 10 o'clock, A. .11., or or mcrrniout, on 1022, FRIDAY, APRIL 14th., V. Plaintiff, CIRCUIT COURT. PlnintilT, Robert Long, ' V. J. M CIRCUIT COURT. PlaintitT, Craig, et nl, wear better iln are GUARANTEED NEVER TO RIP I0, 2, n cotton-spinnin- -- '"""""" 1 j Ilettle II. Ilnllew, et nl, Defendant Pursuant to a Judgment rendered it the March Term, I "22, the undersigned Commissioner will sell nt public miction to the highest and best bidjer, nt the Court llouic Door, in Lancaster, Kentucky, at II o'clock, AM.. or thereabout, on MONDAY, APRIL 2 ltd, 11)22, the real estate mentioned in the pleading and described n follow: A certain house and lot in Garrard County, Ky., on the North side of Richmond Street, and IhiuiiiIciI as follow: lleginning or bounded on the North by Creamery and Ice Plant Lot; on the Hast by the lot, formerly Mrs. Mnlindn Cot ton, on the South by Richmond Street, on the West by A. II. Hastln now i reech, and the lot fronts on Richmond Street sixty-thre- e feet beginning1 at the S. W. corner of the Mrs. Maluxla Cotton lot and running West to the corner of said Hatln; thence North from the mid die of the street opposite said corn er of A. II. Hastln and ulbng the division fence to the corner post at me i reamery anil ice riant lot. a distance of 225 feet: thence from said corner pott running Kast along; ami with division fence between said lot and Creamery and Ice Plant lot to another corner, fence post, and being the corner post between said lot nnd the said Cotton lot, a distance of sixty feet, thence running South With the division fence along said Cotton line to the middle of Rich mond Slrel, a dltance of 2 JO feet to the beginning. Heing the mine house and lot conveyed to said Ilettle D.Uallew and C S. Haltew by deed dated Sept. II, 1020, from Robert Ijin-rnste- Vs. Defendants. Odus Naylor, vt al. Pursuant to a judgment rendered nt the Mari-- Term. 1922, the undersigned Commissioner will sell at public aucton to the highest and best bidder, at the Court Home Door, In h A. M., or thrreabouts, APRIL MONDAY. Lancaster, Kentucky, at 11 o'clock, 1922, on 2lth, - 2, ' acre, the real estate mentioned In the pleadings nnd described a follow: In Garrnrd County, Kentucky, on Kemper Ijine: Heginnlng at a point and corner te Jame on said T. Mnrtee; leaving' said lane and with said Martee's line S. 51. K. 2.88 chains, S. 71',.. K. 7.10 chains. S. Oft, K. passing Doolin corner at 79 links with tame in all 0.79 chain tn a post corner to same, N. 84 h. 1.77 chain to a stake, corner to same, N. 87, K. 3.02 chains to a pott corner to same and with hi line 3. 1 W. 8.00 chains to a pott at turn of fence and corner lo same, K. 20.62 chains to a pott S. 70 corner to .ime, N 83,, K 3.6(5 chain to n black walnut corner to tame and Ash Arnold, hts line S. 24, W. 19.11.1 chains to a point in branch, corner to same; thence up same, N 87 , W rt ID chains to a point in branch. X. 714. W. S.98 chain to a black walnut corner to same, X. 69, W. 3.09 chain tn an ah, S. 81, W. 8. 18 chain to a beech, corner t same, X. 63, W 2.00 chains to a post corner to same and Planner)', with same. X. 034, W. S.20 chains to a pott at angle of fence, corner to tame; N. 00 4, W. 10.31 chain N. 67, W. 11.13 chain to a stake, corner to ame, N. G4, W 8(56 chain to a small ath corner to same, S. 21. W. 2.(54 chain to a stone. N. 31t,, v. 11.73 chain to middle Kemper I.ane with tame N 00 4, of K. 7 (!i chain, to middle of lane. N. K. 224, K 1.31 chain. X 30 2.20 chains. N. 38 4. K. 3 30 chain to the beginning, containing- 110(57 3-- Jo-rp- The purpiHe of mid sale 1 Ut satitfy the lien notes against said land amounting to Nineteen Thout-an- d Seven Hundred and Thirty-nin- e Dollars and fifty-twrent. with interest at six tier cent per annum from January 1, 1921, until paid, and the taxed nntt nf this action, eitlmated to be $200 00 o ($19.-739.6- ' i- 11 the purchase price, payable to W. H. Hrown. Mnster Commissioner, due in six and twelvr month respectively, with Interest at i:x per cent per annum from date until paid, having the force and effect of a judgment upon which execution may issue, and a lien will be retained upon the lanJ until the purchase rnney it paid. W. TKRMS. le will be made oh a credit of ilx nnd twolve month,, and the porchatrr will be required 4o rxecute bond with approved security, for The Commissioner's Commissioner's Sale of Land mistloner G. C. Robinson A-- Kautfman, Attorneys for Plff. II. Drown. .Master C. Sale of Land garrardTiiTcuit W. S. Hettls, Vs. COURT. PlalntitT, GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. J. C. Williams. Kxecutor of the will GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT of Mary R. Herkele. et al, Plaintiff. Hank Hudson, etc.. Vs. Plaintiffs. Noti ce ls 1 Special-Siii)-iia..;- ,h x Ctd Tvs SlsiHlsid D)ipniiil t s Defendant.. Odus Xaylor, vt al, Pursuant to a judgment rendered at the March Term, 1U22, the undersigned Commissioner will sell at public auction to the highest and best bidder, t the Court House door in Lancaster, Kentucky, at 11 o'clock A. M., or thereabouts, on MOXDAY, APRIL 24th., 1022, the real estate mentioned in the pleadings and described as follows:! Oarrard County, Kentucky, on the Kemper Lane, near the waters of Sugar Creek, and bounded by the, land of Clark and other land of Odus Xaylor, and contain. about 10 acre, nnd in two tracts, bounded at buy positive satisfaction when you .elect the Studebakcr SPECIAL-SIHere's why: Its motor gives you buying a you either buy INsatisfaction motorcar, you had. You or wish cars, keep in mind these features of equipment and remember the price of theSPECIAL-SlXt- $l475f.o,b.factory: ample power ond speed. Its roomy body is as handsome ns it is well built. It is made complete in Studebakcr's own shops where fine coach work ha been in progress for 70 years. Its j wheelbase insures utmost cointort for five passengers because it provides room enough for the passengers to relax, withoutcrowding.in deep, restful, genuine leather upholstery. Its dependability has been proved in the hands of thousands of owners. And when you compare it with other I Jewele! cinhl.dsy clock on Instrument board. Cowl ventiUtar controlled irom instrument boarJ. Tonnesu Limp with extension cord. Psrkinx lights In lower comers of windshield bsse. rsin.proof windshield and wind- e thiclJ wiper Large. rfttnguUr pUle gists rear window 7 a 2) in. Tool compartment in left hand front door with locV. Transmission lock which reduces cost of insurance to owner 15 to20'l. One key operates the Yale lock on ignition twitcn.trantmisbonand tool compartment. One-piec- We shall be glad to tell you of many other important points of superiority You owe it to of the Special-Six- . yourself to see a Studebakcr before you buy uny car. RoaJtttr, SH2St 4.Pau. Roadtttr, Sl475l Tounnj, SNTSt Coupt, S3IS0; Sdan, $3350. All prictt f, o. 6. factory Cardwell & Arnold Danville, Kentucky. Tract Xo. 1 Beginning at u stake dirt road, corner to lot Xo. 2; thence with road X. 031, K. 11 pole to a stake, corner to lot Xo, 4; thence S. .10. K. J (5.81 poles to a stake in John K. West's line; thence with West line S. 18 U. W. 10.10 poles W. 22 poles, S. 12, W. 10 pole, S. to a stake, corner to lot Xo. 2, thence 80 4, W. II poles, N. f.2 4, W. polea to 'the beginN. ail, 28 4 poles to a honey bean sapling ning, containing 4 acres, It rods and In said branch, corner to Lot No. 2; 39 poles. thence N. 71 poles to the beginning, Tract No. 2 Heglnning at n stake containing 00 acres, be the Mime in the middle of the aforesaid dirt more or less. Heing the same land road, corner to dower; thence with conveyed to Arthur Preston by deed said road N. 33. K. 2.7C poles, N. from A. R. Naylor dated Jan. 2, 1920. 321,, K. 3.04 poles, N. 53 4, K. 4.9 recorded In Deed Hook II, page 30H, poles to a stake, corner to lot No. Garrard County Clerk's Olfice. 3; thence S. 01.70 poles to u stuke The purpose of said sale is to In John K. West's line; thence West's satisfy the debt of $1,000.00 with line S. 18 U, W. 18.40 pole to a interest at six per cent from Jan. 2, stake in the old Lexington dirt road, 1920, until paid, due said plaintilf, corner to Lot No. 2; thence N. 31 V, J. C. Williams. Kxor., and the debt W. CO.tS poles to the beginning, con- of $000.00 with interest at six per taining 4 acres, 3 rod and 39 poles. cent from Jan. 2, 1920, until paid, The purpose of said sale is to due plaintilf, James I. Hamilton, and satisfy the judgment herein fur the debt due lloyd Ilroaiblus of with interest ut six per cent $80.90 with 10 per cent penalty and 1921, until paid, from January 10 per cent per annum Interest at with the estimated cost of from Jan. 23, 1922. until paid, tothis action, amounting to $120.00. gether with the taxed cott of this action, estimated to be $120.00. TKRMS. TKRMS. The sale will be mode on a credit of six nnd twelve months, and the The sale will be made on a credit Iiurchaser will be required to exetute of six and twelve months, and the approved security, for purchuicr will be required to execute the purchase price, payable to W. II. bonds with approved security, for Hrown, Master Commissioner, due the purchase price, payable to W. II. in tlx and twelve months respectiveHrown, Master Cominisiloner, due ly, with interest at six per cent per In six and twelve months respectiveannum from date until paid, having ly, with Interest at six per cent per the force and effect of a judgment, annum from date until paid, having upon which execution may issue, and the force and effect of a judgment, a lien will be retained upon the land upon which execution may issue, und until the purchase money Is paid. a lien will be retained upon the land W. IL Urown, Master Com- until the purchase money is paid. missioner Garrard Circuit W. II. Urown, Master Corn Court. missioner Garrard Circuit Roblnion Si Kautfman, Court. Attorneys for PltT. G. C. Walker, Att'y. for PUT. in a 3--- follow: Arthur Preston, et al, Defendants. Pursuant to a Judgment rendered nt the March Term, tJ22. the Commissioner will tell at public auction to the highest and best bidder, at the Court House door in tancatter, Kentucky, at 1 1 o'clock A. M., or thcreaboutslin MOXDAY, 1922. APRIL 21th, the real estate mentioned In the pleading and described a follows: Kentucky, In Garrard (.aunty, about three mile North of Hrynnt-I- n Ky.. and bounded as follows. ville. Heginnmg at a stake In the dower of George McDonald's widow, corner to lot No. 2 in the division nnd allot ment of the land of George Mr Donald, deceased; thence with said line N. 87, K. 101 poles to Flat Rock Ilrunch, up same N. 81, W. to n lilck-or- y mouth of branch; thence N. 22, 4 poles to a stake on Flat K. 1 Rock Hrnnrh; thence up Mine N. (17 U, W. 27 poles, S. 70 poles, 10 poles, N. 89. W. 31 pole. S. f,r,l,, V. Defendant. virtue of a judgment of the Garrard Circuit Court in the above- tyled action rendered at the March Term, 1922. directing the Sheriff of Garrard County, Kwntucky, to sell the property of the defendant attach ed la thl action, the undersigned Sheriff of Garrard County will on TUKSDAY. APRIL 1 1th.. 1922. at ten o'clock A. M., on the premises of David Dudderar on the KirksvilW pike sell tn the highest and best bidder upon a credit of three month t: the following describe,! property, Hy ts-wi- David Dudderar, , Two gray mulet, one mare and horse mule; two black mule, one oe mare and one horse mule; three bay mules, one horse and two nure mule,. Given under my hand this March 21st., 1922. JAMES ROHINSON, Sheriff Garrard County, Ky. 1.) Sheriff Sale Of Personal Property Pursuant to a judgment of the (iarrafd Circuit Court entered at iU March term, 1922, in the care of The Garrard Hank & Trust Co.. Plaintiff vs. David Dudderar Defend- ante the undersigned will sell at pub lic, out cry In Lancaster, Ky., in front of the Court House Door Saturday, April 10th at 2:30 o'clock P. M. on credit of three months and the purchasers will be required to give a bond or bonds with good surety, payable to the undersigned and drawing interest at 0 per cent per annum from date until paid and same to have the force and effect of a Judgment if not paid at maturity; the property to be sold Is as follows: One rock crusher; one clover hull-eone fodder shredder .all being the property of said defendant. Given under my hand this March 30th., 1922. James Robinson, Sheriff of Garrard County. r; The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, April 6, 922. 1 MAINTAIN FLOCK OF SHEEP IN ADDITION TO OTHER LIVE STOCK FORMULA I r ij ' Look for this "Insick Information Don't just trust to luck or (.hanrc wlun you buy pnint. Know exactly what you arc getting. Manna's Green Seal Paint gives you this "itiMtle information." That's why tlx exact formula is printed on every package of I YOU A WANT TO SEE iril4 ll-- Qrand Championship r kr I'WIM HANNA'S GREEN SEAL PAINT ingredients, It's good paint, containing the and we want you to know it. The formula proves it has (junlity through nnd through. The result is more wear and a more satisfactory job all around. Insist that Green Seal lx used on your property. Us use means true economy. Ix-s- t Sold by CONN BROTHERS, Infection and Centjgien. I lit- Ilifrrlli.ii prni i i f ill.eme) through tin nlr, through ,n. r it ut ' In ther distant menu In pi.Ho. 'ectlon mean llic coiniiitiiiii i.lii.ii ff Hi rc ' ' iIlttlniTultheil from eiini:ioii In ithlrh direct nr Imllrett onitn.i tlih a illpeaprt) Iliilltlllllnl I ititlot l'oi. tusloii means the iVihiiihhI, mIiihi of (Urate from rnii to wro hj contact with tin-- ImhIjt of a Lancaster, Ky, Mental rrrins Into 'llrM lijr eutralnf t wtlii.Cclile Horn-tier: mi ilieel An Make meih lie.i. adtlie. .ite MMir heel. S I h Iti 4 tin- It . en rrt of it I lm III ' " it cr ,iIhiI He K.eil prehletM nt hIii: liiiH4ii Utw.i rntHni thoMsfct T ilay . Hltlr.i-thit-- el Halm n H we Kmit mtr.elti- - In ( iMmii l the Im-) IlilnHni thing 'I he I rent lit ,irni;rf k if llil k li.l III ll.li.i; ttoit I lli .1 hI'"H 'oi l' I In. ii Lalnets. lxa '" tt mti j ! laUie ' 2SY P I el Mil CITIZENS Capital $50,000.00 Surplus $60,000.00 Honor Roll Bunk. 4 per cent paid on time posits. Call and see us. J J, Walker, Preildent. t. V. K, Champ, U O. ItlRney, A n't. to the I. ( I)avlilon, Cashier. , ' deI , President. Throusli tin iillaiii'f irltfii by the priUllp nt Hie Mute Mgrk'llt tliral rollrce nine rum i lulu were or janUi'il In IVnntyltatila iliultic H'-- H KM""! worlll of nirelirvl lirei weie hy fanner t'elecleil ami tmriliaei In tlir Male In tliN runneclliHi. tlieep BEFORE YOU BUY A TOBACCO SETTER. WE ulilii rnntrt nf Kirltury, cjriilcn '1 to -- 'i )ivr In nritiT tn riiiilile (he rllili ineiihern lo oMuhlUll "IMIlll I )i nf the rnl'nl MhiHAVE THE AGENCY FOR GARRARD COUNTY. of Acrli ulliiu ami I lie iali ftorki nml n'l wii mid nrptii latnh hefnre avrU'iilliiral inlli'i:e )iui- - htraillly their ImlehU'illien. aelllim: of liee liHiik line ll.f mallili-iiHiiiof n llmk Iteirei.iil-ihomi iiiiiih of rniinl lntTft In lhe hri'i In miIiIIIIOii In i.ln-- r ktork on llir fariii In hhIihi wlitri-far- wmk nml li moiieniliil with ex BRYANTSVILLE, KY. fliH'kk ran lit ITnlllnlily linhilliil. leiiloii workerx In jililne elnli meinlx-im k Tli lnlriilin ili.il of .iirrlinil luniinitiMiirnt nml mlvlce. In Uike ni'il I lit ilnlillliliiir of lin'illne riiitkn t'omily Minn., the ciiti1er of Ilie IimiiI ilur-iii- g In hi an lititiortiiiii fi iiluiH of ex l. title hank mnite a iK'rMuial the jenr lii etery hoy nml Klrl his two .lters, Mixes Mne nml Knilly IiiiIiii work In I'oiiimtUnl nml IViinMARKSBURY, i It oiilu In I lit-- KmM. mnl In I'luli. to whom money hail loamil for llourne nml cousin, Mirs Alice Sut-to- n Wahliicinn (It, ami .S't'w Mrxkii the pnrihilte of hri'p. Mrs. Ivcr I'oynter ! recovering last Sunday for the day at the Beys Rait Orphan Lambs. In llir Wfl. from nn Mtnck nf the flu. home of Mr. Underwood, of Danville, Orphan Inmlu in CailHin innnly, Rsm Club Cormprlm Thrti FUekt. who had conMiss Drnne Hunter and Mr. Or ten the young lndle I In IViiii)laiilii iiirrlircil rain rlul.i t'lnh. wrfe iik en rnre of hut jenr hy Kte) nttemleil the funeral of Mr. cluded n three day's visit returned liavr lirni i'rirnnlil ami art opfratlni; j I'utey, conducted nt IjincntttT !nt Sunday afternoon. 'riirt rlulu rniitltl of week. llirrt-- unit of farm flookf rnrli, A ram j .Mr. (Jem- - Thompson has Just closl imrrliatril fur rach mill. Mr In'' Mr, Thompton lins been nked by ed a short term of school at Ilice utnl In raili unit tno yrar ami llieii to Academy. The young "recruit," the truster. nf Ilrlirht'a Iniiitfrrrfil from on unit In biioiIhtI tench nn untlniiheil term of school. who have heretofore little regard until hf lia tixii nnl In all llin He btirnn the work there lat for the school property or teacher unit of I lie dim. Tin runty aKfiit Monday. be it snld In honor of the present In McKi'nii ii.iiulr alilnl In orsaliU Inc ttirr ram riuin iltirlne lli'jo, pn Mr. Krnet Cosney A Co., enter- - teacher, the school building Is stand- tlillnr Him k'iK'1 ram of ,siiroplilri pricing young men, began the hun- - Ing unscathed ami not a single pane lufiilliic fur tlir nf ni'inl"-rIjitt t of glass is broken. ter's trade two week aco. All of llie ram arf of tliff rliiti week he collected in four days 1,800 i M'titon'ti SI. our of sramltoiit of dozen eggs and six or seven hunThe fellow who is considerate of Ih at tli liilrnia dred pound of fowls. the faults of others generally ha the tnM tlnnal III llif (Hit few atturi I limine lunl tn fat lll lainlf Mr. Charles Mnmin Uourne Joined fewest of his own. Tlirti rlnlm win mIhi protiirr iiirilin' ! that nrli Sliroililr will Ptfiitnally linti a piirfhril Dm k In UMli't i i;iliitf $tu Ilu-- Hiliiiliiiy Prltt Winning Ramboulllet Ram. rialn DiiinniM thoe i hili, aiteiiilnc the iioten of imi if .nrl-mi- lifrp inriiilier" nml IcIIIiii: them mn fnnnl The Nisco NOAH MARSEE, JR. f e - ln-.i- IU-n- fliK-k- hh-iiiI- SAVE Beys and Girls Have Shown Unusual Adaptability In Raising Sheep. MONEY WHEN YOUNG ENJOY IT IN AFTER LIFE Young men who would enter the decline of life in comfortable circumstance should beg'n to save now. J 1. Gill, Atslstant Cashier. W, F. Miller, Assistant Caihler. Mrs. Naomi Hamilton, Teller. f NATIONAL LANCASTER. KY. BANK. 9 Corner Public Square nnd Danville Street tali Crrtruilr riiiiluili-Hllto ranitina, 'Wlml iin iitiil klir -- ulil nil IiHik hrolnman, I Grandma Wat Right, Hid Stcn Him Semiwhtre. "till, mamma!" oxilaliiie.1 Utile tier. j A wniiiMii wrlto- My l.ulmni wln l 'nothing,' ami that's i a iiuniirr hi 'H.Hinn nn can Irtiilr. a Me word, Un't ItV "A pretty tils wl.Ur hmVihk cm II In Ht mir irnild of, your Mse," liniiir. a tit word Kditanl. ihri i.i. u 7loc ilu )ou !) Inc nn Ilu law ii. Ilu fntlu'r r 4lrtl lirr mother . X M" III rlillil iin nitlkfil t ell notlilrf "Wlir. trmlnl Hi' I I" rtmllng, thai It In." tml llir siii' witliiiiii wnkine. rlfl.l fr ir lnt t' t. v 'I nit I it AiiKHMnriil .X M I lir ilinliinvli after innK lil nmr MailitV rt n lii wriii'-f 1n n'l ran iiji f'l in lil fiih.i'V. iiliini: S.iy H our ' lln.inn Trmix rlpt BffiMigiMMMinigwaMM MIL TUUrt CHILOREN EXTRAVAGANT? To allow a child to become extravagant, no matwell-oi- r the parents may be, is to seriously interfere with the development of its character. Extravagance breeds idleness ami a lack of appreciation of values. A pampered and llktJ I lite ursuiilzHllon of tlit- -e Iiujs ami clrU who eoulil nut Mffonl to ami the IntriMlurtlon of start flock hy purcliiuliii; tiifp. Tlio--i new Mini, a' heMrliie. ilorklnc, ami who O'tilil tit milk or tlrdil milk were illiplne ilen.oitrnlloli were lietil, at shell the lainlu. nml IP hoys ami clrls temlnl hy oter "ll people. ulloueilier, Imik thnrire of M Imuh. I'lali hat inaile notalile progretn In Only nine of the-- e were lut durlnc tin maklnc ilie farm llix-- a fnrtor of I hi entire pen ton. Cow' milk wu foiiml ' imrtanrf In lu lltetK'k prmluctlun. hi in he the iuot ontlfiictory fotHl, hut Iron rmiiity. alieie prurtlrully all tin-- ' drieil milk wii tery eontrnlent fm ramt Hre iwh piirehreil. Hie tlieep lle on KTHlllig riehl. One hoy kei t lireeilrr m lilrateil on the Imte l.'i lumlm at hi home, nil of whlih llainlMHllllel ami trmv enoucli tdH'k did well. The pnme prolilem was nu-of tlil hreetl In iipply largely the Ml a illffennt fahoii nt I'Mdlllns, Her ilemanil In MMIIhem I'liill for Mire natllln t'otinly, X. Alei., where flti I lireil n oiiicroivlli of tliln eluh hiiIiiimU Peeiiretl from two to the work l I lie HmIiiImiiiIIIi-lirep lm iiri'linii liimli earli nml raised them wlih h I annuailv the hlK feat urt of wllh a coat for a mother. The outlook for an Increase In the iiiitiiher of farm thick centrally throiichout Ilie l'i Iteil SIhIi'mI prnml InCAdult fanner and farm hoy ami rIiI are flmllng tln lireeilliit of piirehreil tln-vn prorltahle line of pn ilnctlon. flttliic In well with fnim ar thltle nlntiilv t'Mnlili'hetl. Kxtruslon workers sniemlly pIhuiIiI feel encoiir it Kit I In nthoenlliiB the nilillli of of hi'p to lite Mix k on fnriiu when onnllllmu nr' reiuonnhly fatorahle to wihi nml iiiulioii production. aMlRtloii The approved modern method of saving is a savings account in the home bank. This bank invite. young men and young women to Join its family of savings depositors. One dollar opens a saving account, and any sum may be deposited thereafter. THE NATIONaTT BANK OF LANCASTER. S. C. DENNY, t Cashier. r I Capital $50,000. Honor Roll Bank Surplus $50,000. I aaaTKaaVaTaTaTaTaT'll j j I Elftct.ve Moth Protection. Part of Time's Htnt-e- -. Chi-Somehow Shcllct'p l.i.e in Vi'or. I" inii'le of red ccdur lire nmplo of iU'oii one whopc Millie tll ttlit HI proiin . the openillon '.e poternment nijkmi In u wnier coincp to liilml i n..'lini. the the moth umiolllieeliielit Ihiit u ri "I I rown-toli- e report whhh come from the ncrleiil-)tnrn- l Thepe chel mut pluti 1'iiirliit the Hi .nnl ol i.iiii-ImdeimiTnenl. tilug lint, hei'ii preenl(l lo the he Mvure nml tiL'ht In every relect. I'hls Slme It tl al miiM-mi- i of Trlnliy Miiiejre dor of the red cedar ihoii-ni- l. wa ii mliiftorm that whh h kill die young moths, cure mint of Ilie ils ami IIioupiiiiiIp of iiip ni:o nml he taken to prevent the I uccoiupllphetl by M'elne ct Hie liiark of 11 lire ll't to he eeu. i ili'i i In ' ike Hie Itlprtollft. peTKolial- - ti n! the Joint nre all llelit. and when SQUASHES IN HOME fiAFlDENS ly of Jolui Knit itn' ''..I ruiinlri'p tin tliete I occ.u.oii to i'V n the clie- -l Hie hi i Hk' of Interior iiiti-Intti en lie pint not he rxjHised uny Smalt. Growing Plants Are Beit Suited I'lliie I'hllPtliin longer than I lolutcly nec"nry, ili'- . Momtor for Average Garden Use While Young and Tender. i ,nt -- ttix-k- 1 iciinil I iii 1 ter how over-Indulg- ed child can never really experience those joys nnd pleasures that are the birthright of childhood. ilSsi 4 PER CENT ON TIME AND SAVINGS POSITS. DE- Two dlklliiet type of .unlies nre commonly crown In hmn,. rnrdi'iis-- - IRl r the milliner piunpie. l)ie fruit of lh which nre ued while thvy are younc nnd iinilcr. nml the full nml winter W A Club Member and His Pet. Mpuiphes, uhlrh an rlpe.icd and useil county nml "Hiring the winter month. The inall the mtiiity fair In Iron growing pumiucr imuie are het li iimnliKthciA at which the ioii-tltl- i tllngly keen. The mlupteil to pliiutlui: In lli- nvi rai,-!- ' gur lirccilerc Is den. The InrKer. or tliiiitlnrd. Mirle..ttiiilt- - ur.'lil In IIiIk fimiilv i'ikiitMriil, ll'lliphll t.l III III Cllllllrc r in t.le..tlo.. ...,l ' ,l,'' .rlU.U- - ..III. I,r ' r two hill inU-h- t e the mamitcm. nt of the' "'""""'I;'' Impmtlt.i: inaiiM-i- i in u ri'iiiiT er iiioui: om Piue liici'illiii; tok of the tnrtli n. The hill m which sum Market Wool In State Pool. iii r tiMithcM me pliould ! In h iiuuiher of title comity iitoi.u fully four feet Mitirt cro'Vn and a little mn un HuruiM- - in luite urcul lime ami fetUllnr tluiihl .e workei! P2 the niiiiilicr of In nn llinkk kipl. John-poi- i lulu in Ii hill a It I . tits; iiiude. Ncli.. where Ilie number ol Ounly B Mi luruicrp. kcciliK hecp tun nunc thuu PLAN TO RAISE ARTICHOKES SIII 111.11. la u iioIhIiIc exiimplc. ilollhlctl Althouch the loiiilltloii of the liuirkel wiih illxuuruk'ing, ci.e k'roup Seed May De Planted In Spring at Seen as Soil It WainwUtc Well of lit furmcr lit thlii touiily phlpitil Rotted Manure. a tolul of 'sltti pouiiiU of wool to the In Jtuicr ('oiinty, Plate mnl ixoi. 111. lllSll rla It a.ul..lf l.al.. u III. ..nr-111 ij r. -- - . ... I... uui in .arcastes. iiiii'iii.iiniiiiii tirami l.1nampion n lUiul the table below and see what. under the hide firand t hnnipion Curcnss awards. lt2I I.ula Muyllower of Cal. the llrst heifer that ever took the Crund Chamnioiuhln. OO -- u Abenleen-Angus-Shorthor- "uttr ... WHtKt HttJ, - BELONGS" Year 1020 1P1K Owner lown t'",'f Breed Aberdeen-Angus. State livix itn'e College College !'i'ge Aberdeen-Angus- ; g piicci-tpfull- I'llfl p -- - J!M7 lovta Stale Ce!loe 1U10 (Nilo State University 11M3 University of Minn H12 Univonity of Xebrntka 1011 .Mart L. McCoy i ..... Aberdeen-Angu- s. Aberdeen.Angus. Aberdeen-Ancus- . Aberdeen-Angus. Aberdeen.Angut, Aberdeen-Angii- wl wii Mo a tin ep tin'tiki.- upmi,uI...i orcimlnd llirntlgli the iittltll.v of I iouii y iik'Hit lo iiKouruKf pIi tlei 1 ' 'l j" ..;": I trow-- I l'i' tan it """ for croitiiii; . , V . " 1" "- -" "." 7 sluhc arth . ot 1008 D. Ilrndfute & Son 1007 C. I.. Taggnrt 100U C. J. Off 1905 Iowa State, College 1904 Funk Ilros 100 ! Iowa State College 1902 A. V, Grout 1001 Mich. Agr. College 1000 M. F. Hunker 11 Aberdeen-Angu ito ..,.. t.np,ik ................ university ...... - .uerueen-ngu- . Aberdeen-Angus- . Aberdeen-Angus- . ..! i. Rr...Aberdeen-Angut- . Aberdeen-Angut. Aberdeen.Angus. Or... Aberdeen-AnguAberdeen-Angu- t. . Cr...Aberdeeii-Angus- . AJierdeen-Angus. The Garrard Bank & Trust LANCASTER, KY. Go nt which all the ,.rulhe liinile rum on.,,,1 hy ineinUn. ef 11 ttHp,K.Bilo., w.re sold u,l r,pl,,cl hy mm Ple. l'"" ' r,,T '' ,iT 4H"1" tM ' ' at farmers' prices. (Jrade Shorthorn. Hulls (ready for service) for sale Ml,"i"' the United States and all foreign countries. We sell travelers Cheques, which hrc good In mmwmwimmKmmmmmmmo fl UrinK the .vli girl,' club member lum !'!! w'" " hnn eniiiunikeil to form M.cp clul.: "' ,"'Ur,f,r,,,,,,:i"" "U,U';1 f"r ,a'" "I'' '" '"'J' nml Ktmv h.ep. will, ,,mrk.J -l m of A,;ti. Uhu hank hnte h.lHtl lo fluutii) I'"'--"- ' II,.,.' m.,1 Dixie SANDERS succi BROS. & J. M. AMON, PROP. LANCASTER, KY. Stock Farms. yymii'i)','iw' The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, April 6, 1922 i FOR ONE WEEK ONLY prices: AT 17 Ucirinn.nir FRIDAY, APRIL 7th. to ami including SATURDAY, APRIL 15th., we will hnve the MERCHANDISE on sale nt extremely low 22 DIFFERENT PATTERNS CENTS. 1- -2 fol-lowi- ng IN GINGHAMS SHOES for the family $1.00 to $3.00 PER PAIR. MEN'S DRESS SHIRTS slightly soiled will be sold below cost. Men's Silk and Linen, soit Collars lOcts. each. FIRST Denim, STRICTLY OVERALLS GRADE, $1.25 PER PAIR. No. 2 can Peas, lOcts., Libbys GROCERIES linked Beans, large size, 10 cents. Jackson Syrup, Maple flavor, one gallon cans, 50 cents. 2-- JAMES H. RALSTON PAINT LICK, KY. LEXINGTON HUNDRED. CREAM FLOUR, $4.40 PER Lancaster School Notes. . i Card of Thanks meinou 01 manking Bat Ball our friend ami neighbors Tor their The athletic of the season open- - klnimM ,hown ,urinK .c eu w.w. w.c " r...,ad dcMh of our (fnr mother High day, March 31st. Lancaster Mrs. Matil.la Collins, came out victorious over the Paint. Sisters and Brothers. Lick boys and we are indeed proud' I II I uur . icani. iiie iicai uarc uau in jpimc will be played Friday afternoon with the Springfield boys, and we hope Lancaster High will come out of A the game with flying colors again. I Whv not I'D Into a iimfitalili. In these days of indigestion, K lrrowinr? huslnwtt for vnmilff One of the foremost manufacturers It often time is a question, J automobile storage batteries (one As to what to eat and what to leave uf the Hig four) has an opening to ' aone an exclusive distributing I establish For each microbe and bacillus, I agency in Lancaster. Ky. . II t. Tl... u4ucr is wen 1.1 Has a .HIT...... ...... .w t ill u, ik.ii tuc uiuciciib Known, equip-fo- r in time they always claim us'a"" advertised, is standard on m?"' PPtlr cars, and is menl their own. guaranteed by a company with a long There arc germs of every kind, established reputation. We will teach In any food you find, you me Business ana extend the aid In the market or upon the bill of fare. of a powerful sales organization. Drinking water is just as risky, With a small investment you can build n permanent business that will As the deadly whiskey, make you independent. Your inAnd it Is often a mistake to quiry involves no obligation and will uv consiuereti continental, breathe the air. ror details write to Mr. S. DEARBORN, , P Upl"rr st" Lc)tnKt". Ky, "Anything I could do for vou asked a doctor, as he passed the bed of the smiling Samuel. "Yes, Doctor, perhaps you can tell me something I'd very much like to AT COST FOR CASH know," answered Samuel. MY SINGLE COMB "Fire ahead." replied the doctor. "What is it?" BROWN LEGHORN EGGS "Well, doctor, when one doctor doctors another doctor, does the doc16 for 75cts., 100 for $4.00 in tor doing the doctorine doe. Lancaster. 1C for $1.00, 100 for $5.00 by tor the other doctor as the jloetor wants to be doctored, or does the mall prepaid within third lone. doctor doing the doctoring doctor the ERLE C. FARRA other doctor as the doctor doing the BOX 173, LANCASTER, KY. doctoring wants to be doctored!" T--L 1 Help Wanted Male Real Opportunity l, l.,.... Jin I His face was round and rosy, His cheeks were full of bumps, His eyes were almost hidden, Roger Hourland had the mumps. Eggs ft8aby Chicks .1 1 Mittie, "Oh, Claud, you're so ten- -' der tonight!" Claud "Well. 1 ought to be; I've! been in hot water all week at, school." Bornto Wsdding Custom. At a Horn) murriage ceremony young live hen In waved oer and around the bride mid bridegroom, aft r which It Is killed. The ,loo.l Is smeared mi tin forehead, (heat, neck, .hands and feel .if the bridal pair FROM OUR S. C. DARK BROWN LEGHORNS. POMMALU Greatest winter layers and money makers. Eggs, $1.25 per 15 and up. Chicks 15cts. and up Give them a trial if not sati.fiei we will return your money. j i ' Rockdale Poultry Farm j ti?:.v. Bqcri Vi?li. K For Sale Privately As administrator of the estate of R. H. Tomlinson, we offer for sale privately, the following: deceas-l-d- , THE TOMLINSON HOME ON RICHMONO STREET This is one of the most desirable homos in the city; large lot of( one acre; house of eight rooms, two halls and all out buildings' necessary; also nice small home just across the street from the residence and very suitable for small family. The property adjoining the store of Goodloe and Walker Brothers, in the Northwest corner of the public square; also live houses and some vacant lots on Buckeye street. The above property will be sold on reasonable terms and at reasonable prices and will be glad to show any of this prop-- ( rty at any time to those interested. THE GARRARD BANK ft TRUST CO. Section 0. This ordinance shall lake effect from and after Its passCftaMR age, approval and publication as reAn ordinance levying and providGulch ing for the collection, for the year quired by law, W. F. Champ, Mayor. I"22, an advalorem tax on all propRATES i Br MARVIN ST. JOHNS erty subject to taxation In the City Paul F. Morrow, Clerk. Sinfls insertions le a word of Lancaster, Ky., and a poll tax on Uusirisht lll. W.at.ta Ntwitap, L'sUn. So ad Uksn for Itsa than 20c each male Inhabitant of Lancaster, A good cook invariably commands "(lo It'll thnt to the marine foot ky., over twenty. one years of agb righ wages if she Isn't married. In this column. No ads In (his ldler won't stand III" and apportioning all other estimated The little spare tiinn with anft. column charftd. Sometimes it Is dangerous to pracrevenue. tlreniny e)e nml the fmv of a poet Ssren InstrtloRS for ths Jail doors The City Council of the City of tice what we preach. bowed In n deprecatory manner and price of five. left the noisy nietr.oiii of the Kimtancastcr, Ky do ordain as follows: have a habit of locking when they berly diamond mines. Section 1. That there be and close. Phone orders must be paid One iiihii iimiHig the group eroso and mere i hereby levied for the year promptly. followed him. Some people think evil, but have 1022 upon each one hundred dol"Walt a moment," he mke. In) lint lars of all the asscsed and assessable not the courage to carry it out. a gentle AVlnliiliig hand on the man There's a pile of gold pouring Into property, real, personal and mixed, Unice rooms for rent on secon who hud preceded him. the United States treasury, but the Citixens N'ational Dank, tangible anil intangible of every kind "What Is It you wmitP Inquired the 1oor. anil description, lisble for taxation In stuff doesn't stay long enough to get ( latter, x the City of Lancaster, Ky., an ad- acquainted. "I heard jour story In yonder." Uurpee Seeds that Grow at valorem tax of 75 cent for the sev-rr"Welir A. II. Us st in & Co purposes and the rate for sever- Commissioner's "And I believe It. You wunt some al Items of expenditure apportioned one to almre jour venture. I inn )our FOR SAI.K: Some nice Dahli as follow: mull, If j i. it will Hvept me." bulb. I'hone '220. A great inliu and soft content over Sinking Fund , Mrs. Clay Hamilton "preiid the feature of the iiihii ail GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT I, 25 cent. upon each one hun ilreetl. He Mui.ly put out hi liund Plaintiffs, Haselden et. al, FOR SAI.K: 20 buahels of cultl dred dollars worth of property liable J. R. V. to clasp Hint of the other. V. II. Crick's, vated Hemp Seed. for taxation for the purpose of pro J. T. Manuel, et al. "They latitfl.nl lit the In omler," lie Defendants. Uncaster, It. viding for the sinking fund. Pursuant to a judgment rendered fciin; -- I, who limited Hie big Rhode rliiliu and hav "pent ten )enrs In the The revenues, arising from which at the March Term, 1922, the unFOR SAI.l-Sonice baled hay I dlKlrlrt. aim John Itrateltnti at Manse, Ky. is apportioned an to the items of ex dersigned Commissioner will sell at II. Wood, J. public auction to the highest and best a bit (IL-pd.- ) eHrt I Mill know when I Lancaster, Ky penditures a follows: bidder, at the Court House door in of glittering spur iiikI n real tlhiinoiid, 15 cents on each one hundred dol Ijincaiter, Kentucky, at II o'clock ewn a mile away. Tliere one nl The Kaatern Stars will conduct an lar worth of property liable for tax- A. M., or thereabouts, on . Tlitudi.t.1. If..l..l. APRIL 24th., 1922, ation for the purpose of providing MONDAY, mentioned In ths the sum of $1,500.00 to meet and the real estate described a follows: iiromers. belles It. Mj. Then we l.eo.um nl ,ne Murr 01 pleadings and (It.) pay the interest on the boruled In p.irtnera." Located In Garrard County, Ky. "To Iht- - eileiit of nit' lhiiltel meana debtedness of the City which be- Ileginnfng at a stone formerly an elm FOR SAI.K: White Plymouth Rock a bare all all I hate In tin- comes due May and August, 1022, corner to Middleton and Markibury; N. 884. W. 33.40 to a eRirs. 1R for $1.00. world." respectively. 10 cents upon each near gate; thence N.pole W. 02 beech HO, pole Mrs. Roy I'arther, "It la ni'ire titan niittli lent. All nr one hundred dollars worth of pro- to a stoke; thence N. 87 W, R. No. 3, Iluckeye pike, la h "Mk'i'ii. a team of mtllea, ( nii perty liable for taxation for the 03.12 pole to a small locust; thence aoiim tackle and proUlima. W, 37.50 pole to a stone, FOR SAI.K: Uarred I'lymouth purpose of providing the sum of S. K5 -And thelir where an ash stump formerly stood; Rock Kkk SOctt. for 15, for setting, $1,000.00 for the ultimate redemp thence South "I'ntleiire 414 poles to a stake P Mr. II. T. Lunsford, Nina, Ky, tion of the bonded indebtedness of on a branch. S. 89 4. W. 24 pole to Itnu-IWeofonl lel Ida new partUncaster, R. No. 1 the City and atl revenue over and a lynn stump; thence N 2 4, K. 109 ner to Ida room. A they entered It beyond ht rsum of $2,500.00 raised poles to a stake; thence the division a mlldfareil. hliie-ejeman arnw FOR SAI.K: Uarred Kock Kkks by the wid levy of 15 cent on each lihe S. 88 4. V-- 2(5 pole to a stone from iHillahliiK n Hlle and some IS for $1.00. Flock built from New, one hundred ibllsrs worth of prop- in a lane; thence S. 4 4. W. 704 at a little table. poles to the beginning, containing 'JA "lids N my friend ami to In-- triut- bert, Thompson and Nlchlos strain erty liable for taxation shall go to acres, 3 rods snd 29 pole ,lcs 14 eil. He In Vaclav I'liladl," Introdnreit i Headed by new blooded males each the General Revenue Fund and there acres and 8.57 poles conveyed to T Itrreafnril. "Now. tlii-n- , .Mr. Itrntel- I year, Mrs. T. I). O'Hearn Is hereby apportioned ratably among I. Herring, and 4 acre and 3 rod conveyed to M. (!. ASdriJge. ton, tell your story over again." (3-- 1 Cot. pd.) the several items of expenditure The purpose of said sale Is to Ill few MnrtU the Rem pnpector l FOR SAI.K: Pure bred S. C, thereunder. satisfy the lien debt of the CommonIda story. In a lonely mountain wealth Life Insurance Company of Water Work Rrvtnu Fund Cllllh '.liil mllf. awiiy, while ramptiii: White l.ftrhnrn Kegs, 5 cent each, Louisville, amounting to date of nt litiilit be had uuakriietl to hare tils Ilaby Chicks, l'JHcts. each. !. Ten cents on each one hun- - sale to $3,790.21. and for satisfying eye Hied himdreila of feet up the ier Mrs. Richard Anderson, Ired dollar worth of property liable any other lien that 'may be adjudgpondlculnr el IT able upon a great Stanford, Ky., R. 4 for taxation for the purpose of ed against the property In the future g lliiieeent mn of prlmatle Hjctit. proceedings In this for the deficit in the Water with the estimated cost case, together FOR SAI.K; Haled straw and hay of this action, Just at that iIiiim of the moon, Jiut Works Revenue Fund ariing for the amounting to $225.00. at that hour the lunar rays rested for at Ceph Moncan's, Point Lravell perhaps fifteen minute arrtxs a sur- Ky., and at my place on Crab Or excess of the expenditure for the TKRMS. water works system, above the revface, small but dlatliiet, Mudded "Itli chard pike. The sale will be made on a credit Sweeney Morgan, ' twelve months, in irmiiiniir iiriiiiani'jr, Stanford Ky., R. 1. enue arising from this levy to the of six and will be required toand the J.in.at execute extent of $1,000.00 shall go to the purchaser "IHamomls'" pronounced the old ex. ) security, for rt positively, "imlwddml In the We will furnish to those ilesirinK Water Works Revenue Fund and be bonds with approved the purchase price, payable to W. H. rifled clay, thrown three by onie ut to raise hemp this year, cultivated used in defraying the current ex- Drown, Master bental of nature they alione ilown a hemp seed at $1.50 per bushel, to the penses of the water works system, in six and twelveCommissioner, due months respectiveinmiU.il fortune. Tlien the clow paitl for out of the hemp crop at the but all revenue over and beyond ly, with interest at six per cent per punned with the hlftlnc nmon rays." rising from this source shall annum from date until paid, having Hudion & Farnau. the force and effect of a luJgment, "ou coiihl not tlx the iH)tr nue market price. pas to the General Revenue Fund upon which (It.) tinned the Interested Hereaford. execution may Issue, snd and the same are hereby apportion a lien will be retained upon the land "How could II Why. I .tared not FOR SALK: Some fancy Thoro, ed to the account of general claim until the purchase money is paid, move to lose the foeil I might lint bred, Owen Farm, Thompkins' Strain against the City not otherwise pro W. H. Brown, Master ComInter resaln." Hcd Roosters, almissioner Garrard Circuit vided for. The plans for proceiillnir to Djke- - S. C. Rhode Island Court. Prices mau's Ciilih were tnlkeil oter and so eggs from same strain. General Revenue Fuasl Call and see, phone or Itereafonl pletlk'e.1 himself to the en- - reasonable. 3. Section 1. 40 cents upon Mrs. Fred Hall, write terprls. Paint Uck Ky, each one hundred dollars worth of Commissioner's Twojeiir pret lou be had left boiue (tf.) property liable for taxation for the and pretty Kthel Itajm-- r to mIc tils Manure purpose of providing a General Rev price Still cuttinn rrtune. Juat after hi uriitnl at Cuiie Tomh spreader, $00; Riding Oliver Plow, enue Fund for the payment of the GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT he hutl come ucnm n xir feer-trii'k- $40; Oliver Disc Harrow, $40; Oliver following items of expenditure: 10 Plaintiff, en wretch. hoiueleiM. friemlleis. This Smoothing Harrow, $15; Hutwy, $90; cents upon each $100.00 worth of J. WGulIey, was Ids present rouipiiulnii. or rather barb wire. $4.00. Field fence as property liable for taxation for the Milo Simpson, et al. Defendant. hi H.iloner. Vat lav I'uUkl. The long as it Inst at CScts. Pursuant to a judgment rendered purpose of lighting the city, 1 2 Vict, inline man hail been mirk target the March Term, 1922, the J. It. Mount & Co upon each one hundred dollars worth at performer with u ahow that bail lie- Commissioner will sell at of property liable for taxation for come stnimleil. highest He hud been Bban- Rock sale at $1.00 ihe purpose of paying City Officers public auction to the House and best for Ilarred bidder, at the Court tinned to Ida mlvry and (Kiverty. door in per aetting or Sets, per egg by the ralaries. I.anrater. Kentucky, at 11 o'clock I'oUkl wn Jtint re.tiv.Tln front bis by 12 H cents upon each one hundred A. M.. or thereabouts, on lllne. Ill cratltuile, hi Illicitly to- 100. Flock headed 378-- B. II. ThompMONDAY, APRIL 24th., 1922, Phone son Strain. ward llereaforil wa Itnirlilng. ollars worth of property liable for the real estate mentioned In the Mrs. Tandy Center, Twn tvevka to u ilny after leavtiic taxation for the purpose of building pleadings and described a follows: the mine the little party of three Paint Lick, Ky Route No. 2. anil maintaining the streets in the In Garrard County. Kentuckv. on Bt I'lkiiMHii" (iiilih. They City of Iincnster; 5 cents upon each Long Ilranch, containing 18 acres In ti,. ii I ley. ramiHMl and bounded as follows: Beginning one hundred dolnrs worth of proper at a point In middle of pike corner to It wui. ahortly after elht o'clock FOR SAI.K: (Senile pony and ty liable for taxation for the pur lot No. 4; thence with middle of pike, when tliu lliou, leurlliK u lofty Inltfe, cart. Mrs. J. D. I'rather. pose of paying all general claims S. 82 4, K. 0.77 chains, S. 20 4. E. It full refulk'eiH'e iimiii the fuiv About 00 acres of FOR RKNT: against the City not otherwise pro. 2.5 1 chains, S. 14. K. 3.70 chains. if the treat Mevp bliltT, !0 acres in one S, 114, K. 2.13 chain. S. 2v4, K. good grass land. ! liHk! II U then I bate not ided for. 5 chains, S. 454, K. 5 chains, S. deeehiil you!" ahoutetl the .inlliint field, 30 acres In another. Roth well Section 2. That there be and 00 4. K. 2.80 chain. N. 514, K. sjiert, h way up the tllft there aliot waterett and well fenced. Phone there is hereby levied for the year 5.30 chains, 8. 17 K. 2.14 chain rHliibow-tlntn- l Mrs. Victoria Anderson. out n th.MiMimt thread 3H0.II. 1022 upon every male Inhabitant of to a point in Long Ilranch; thence of llebt. down S. 69 (It.) the City of I.aiirnnter, Ky., over to a branch. Long 4, W. 1.20 chains It we timid mily. mark the it,M Ilranch, oorner to point in twenty-on- e years of nge, a poll tax lot No, 0; thence with lot No. tl up iiiiiriiiur.il Ileriifunl. Notice $1.50 for the purpose of repair a hollow. N. 37. W. 7.23 chains, N. IUukP W. 7.00 chains. N. 9 4, W. Martlet) lutns! Itereafonl turne-l- . Anyone holding claims against the ing and maintaining the streets and 27 3.95 bum:! I'uriu f Imiiic! huiitf ! mid so n estate of David Rankin, deceased, ublic highway in the City, the rev- - 1.10 chains to a post, N. 114, K. chains to a atone In line of lot liueu time. He lewel I'nUkl htmiil- - are hereby notified to present same nue .arising from which shall be No, 4; thence with line of Lot No. lri with Ids repetitlm; rllle illrHtr.1 usetl for the said purpose. 4; S. 094, W 12 21 chain ttf tho properly proven to me on or before fonvnrtl. beginning, containing 18 acres.y g provided Kl dmier cried the aklHed April 20th., IU22. Anyone knowing In Section 3. All revenue hereby ap the same land conveyed to'Mllo lines and forfeiture is said estate murkMiiaii. "I have murketl a elnle themselves Indebted to Simpson and Noah Marsee by J. W, will please come forward and settle portioned to the General Revenue Gulley, by deed dated Jan. 1, 1921, tlrectly about the fm-of lluht." Fuml of the City, and shall be used recorded in Deed Rook No. 40, page Hut the mark will not allow- - In the at once. Mrs. Ullie Rankin, d.i timer Admx. to pay the expenses and liquidate 553. Garrard County Clerk's Oirice. The Plainly, declared the lintenlotia any claims against tlieclty not herein aatlsfy purposo of said sale is to the Judgment herein for fellow. "I ahot t lmlk blilleta." Why do people whitewash board provided for. with Interest at six per cent And with the il.iwn the nihititiirers fences? For the same reason mills 4. All other Revenue of per annum from Jan. 1, 1921, until Section iv wny up theru aloft an tinmtak- bleach Hour to color up something the city. Including license and back paid, subject to credit of $500.00 Hbl aerie of plnln white murk. paid March 16, 1022, together the renter of the diamond clow. they don't want the public to see. tax collected from all other sources the taxed cost of this action, with estiand all ruvenues, from all other mated to be $135.00. It was the Intrepid I'nUkl who In- Glen Lily, the only unbleached. fiarrsrd Milling Co. sources except those arising from the on helne lowered over the cliff. lted TKRMS. It wn be who brought aloft n tlozen Water Works system are hereby apThe sale will be made on a credit gem by a frriik of nature radiant portioned to the General Revenue of six and twelve monthl, and the Notice ptimttil far nut of onllnary tium.in will be required to execute having claims against Fund, shall be uwd to pay all gener- purchaser All persons reach. security, for al claims against (he city not other- bonds with approve! A fortune for each of the three ad- the estate of the late Alex R. Denny, the purchase price, payable to W, II. wise provided for, venturer lay In the precl.m jewels. will present same to me properly Ilrown, Master Commissioner, due Section 5. All revenues arising In six and twelve months respective"See," cried llraseltou. as he held proven, on or before April 15th., the laret of them In Ids tlngera, "u 11)22. Persons knowing themselves from the water worKs. system It here-b- y ly, with Interest at six per ctnt per king's ransom, Oh. It Is the moat apportioned to theiWaW Works annum from date until paid, having Indebted to said estate, will please beautiful thing In the world I" ., Revenue Fund and shall be used In the force and effect of a Judgment, upon which execution -and Ktcept Kthel P breathed Hruei settle with me at once, paying the expenses of maintaining a Hen will be retained may issue, land upon the S. C. Denny, Kxerutor. Herefnrd fervently, "and Kthel means and repairing the Water Works Sys- until the purchase money Is paid. home, friend, happiness and lorel" tem. Upon all taxes not paid on W, II. Urown, Master ComAnd Vaclav Polskl ktsssd the band Herss Racing MS Years Age. missioner Garrard Circuit of his almoner and friend, tears of Joy Horse ntt lng Ja Kag4ia4 Is aald U or before December 1st, 1922, there In his faithful eyes, and sskud only to have been Krl entabtlsastl at Caeatej Is levied a penalty pf 6 per cent up. Robinson Court. & Kauffman, go back to dslllsastssi aad hop wltk in the eur Mil. on the'amount of unpalJ tax. Attorneys for PUT. ill In Dykeman's ClassiM City Ordinance nl Sale Of Land .) m-- e I.C-71- .) 3-- 4, 3-- 4, nml--rich- pin-tol- - - I pro-vldin- r.iir $1,-000.- Sale of Land 11 nr-rl- 3-- 3-- 1. He-in- 00 4--