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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): April 13, 1922 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1922 cen1922041301_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 13, 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 YHIRO YIAH SECTION 1 LANCASTER. KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON. APRIL 13. 1922. HUNDREDS ' NUIIII I. DANVILLE BOY WILLS PROBATED FRANKFORT PEN MANY GROWERS SIGN CONTRACT About Two Million Pound Additional Hurley Tobacco Pledged To New Co- SHERIFF'S DUTY To Sec a SherilT James Robinson has been the by the Commissioner of notified past month, 842 new contract 1,804 acre or about Agriculture that the Dog Law which representing 2,000,000 pounds of tobacco have I on the statutes must be enforced been received at the olfices o and that it is the duty of the Sheriff the Field Service Division of the to see that this law is enforced. Mr. Robinson and his deputies are Hurley Tobacco Growers' service rendered. The lege tudent. Robert Illrd. were out hU estate in to be divided equally intelligent, uninvited and uncalled and support atlve Assoclatoin, Assistant Chief asking the for a walk nfflTwhlle on the track between hi daughter, Mrs. Mattie for raise .of $2,250,000 placed upon of the dog owners of the county in William Collins said Friday. they evidently did not see or hear Duncan and up, S. C. Denny and the taxpayer of Garrard county by These rontracts come from prac carrying out the edict of this law. the train until It was almost upon two grandchildren, they to receive the State Tax Commission at FrankThe following letter from Commistlcally every county In the Hurley A the train came around them. sioner W. C. Hanna, was received In Kentucky and from coun which would have been fort and asked to be equalized among that portion district curve In the road, the Hird boy Jump their mothers. S. C. Denny And Mrs. the property owner of the county ties in Ohio and West Virginia and this morning by the Sheriff: ed to safety, while younir Thompson Frankfort, Ky., Duncan are named executors with- by the present Hoard of Supervisor Indiana, as well. jumped In front of the engine, which out bond, with power to sell, lease has brought a protest from her clti-aeApril 12, 1922. Director of Warehouse. Kalph M struck him and badly mangled hli or rontey all lands and bank stock over the county from 'een to Harkrr announced Friday the taking Mr. James Robinson, Sheriff body. The boy wa instantly killed. that may be necessary in the distrib-uttlo- n 'een. over of three warehouses of the Garrard County, THr. and Mn. Thompson were. notiTwo hundred taxpayers called upof hi estate. Kirkpatrick interests at Huntington Lancaster, Kentucky. fied of their mm' death after the The last will and testament of on the Hoard of Suprrvlsors Inst West Virginia, thus providing de Dear Sir: accident, and the news brought sor John Harrison Pney, wa As sheriff of your county I am livery plants for thsoe West Virginia written a Monday afternoon and protested vigrow to the entire community, hurl few weeks before his death and was orously against such un unfair raise growers who have signed the Asso sending you a copy of the Dog Low Thompson wn one of the niot popu witnessed by S. C. Denny and and insisted upon them not putting elation contract. The other nine and wish to call your especial attlar voum: men In that county. He Charlie Thompm. He asks that all on the 10 per rent additional raise houses controlled by M. L. Klrkpat ention to Sections 17, 13, 19 and and hU brother, Koscoe, had been nt debts be paid first; to his brother, which the Hoard asked the week berick, of Cincinnati, already have been 20 and 32 thereof. As the enforcetending Cumberland College for the W, D. Poey, he leaves ment of this law is in the hands of fore of the Tax Commission to be $2,100; to transferred to the Association. nast year. Earl wan a member of the children of his deceased sister, taken on", but was refused. The Su lotiacco belonging to tne mem the local officers in each county, we the Danville llaptlit church and Mary E. Stnrmes, he leaves II, '.'00 pervisors showed every courtesy po bcrs of the Hurley Tobacco Growers' are writing to ask that you give this young man of great promise. He Is each; to Arkie Calico, $500; Lewis slide to these people anil listened Association will be de matter your close and prompt attensurvived by his parent and one Murphy, $500; llallie livered to the warehouses by April tion and see that all owners take Hutfman, intensely to several speakers, among brother and idster, Hoscoe and Eliza, fCOO; and Alvah Adklnson, $500. whom were. J. 1. Hamilton, O. H. 1 4th., Director Harker said. The out licenses for their dogs. Owners beth Thompson, who have the deep All of the above bequests are to be Swinebroad, J. E. Robinson and oth Lexington warehouse manager, Hob' not licensing their dogs should be et sympathy of everyone In their paid out of the cash he has in bank ers. The citizen were outspoken ert E. Heatty, announce that the brought into court and show their tad loss. Fayette No. 1 warehouse will be open cause why they have not so licensed and the proceeds of hi note which against complying with the edict of The iemaln, accompanied by 1'rof. are due him. Nune of hi realestate State Tax Commission and felt that Thursday and Friday, April 13th. and them. Wright, of Cumberland College, and or bank Sections 18 and 19 give specific after the Hoard had brought up all 14th., for the delivery of tobacco stock is to go for this Paul two of the college student, He leaves to hi widow all valuation that were low and added which growers may desire to bring to instntctions to the sheriff stipulating Hart and Duly Hurt, arrived in Dan- of his estate and bank stock Lexington, and the officials of the as- that it is their duty to go upon the and oth- the omitted assessments, thus adding ville Tueday morning. The funeral sociation hope that even member premises to ascertain if any dogs er peronnl property and at her death $1,250,000 over and above the ongi services were conducted by Dr. V, to go to Arkle Calico and at the tat- nal assessment, they should go no grower will have delivered his crop are owned or harbored by parties I, Walker, ptor of the Baptist ter's death all property failing to take out licenses on same. by Friday April 14th.. to be sold farther and refuse to place the ad church yesterday afternoon at two and divided as Secretary II. L. Farley and his of. We would like to hear from you and follow: To Clara ditional 10 per cent required by the o'clock, at the home of the boy' 1lce staff are at work on the second know what progress has been made It is said the entire Ham Calico, Hettie Mae Commission. grandfather, Mr. A. J. Thompon, on Calico, distribution of funds to the growers, in this matter. the remaining membership of the Hoard never felt the Stanford pike, and Interment folVery truly yours, f but because of the volume of book to go to children of afore- that the additional 10 per cent was follow; lowed In the Lancaster cemetery. W. C. Hanna, Urack-e- n keeping involved In the distribution, - a Just raise, and since the people said brother and sister or their chilAdair 8; Uoone 7; Iloyd 29; Commissioner of Agriculture. Iren. 1; Hullitt 2; Campbell 2(3; Car-te- r Secretary Earley said he could not Forest Calico U named execu of the county were willing and had Church Notes! tor without bond. otrered at this meeting to stand by 10; Christian 1; Clay 3; Cumber- definitely fix the time of the MEXICAN r week of Prayer He said growers could, deThe The estate is thought ta be worth the Hoard, they would refuse and land 10; Estill 10; Fleming 2; Frankbeing observed by the Missionary about $10,000. accede to the taxpayers wishes. lin 22; Garrard 7; Grayson 2; Green- pend on It that the second disNow if the State should send a up 1; Harrison Societies of the church. Service 7; Henderson 3; tribution would be made at the earli State Game and Fish Commis and were held Tuesday afternoon representative down here and in- Hopkins 14; Johnson 13; Knott 1; est posible moment. sion Distribute 6,600 in Wednesday night, Those on Wed- Virgil Chapman, assistant general crease the assessment of Carrard Laure 4; Lawrence 11; Leslie 11; Kentucky led by Mr. J. H. heiday night were county property to more than Its Lewis 8; Logan 1; Magotfin 3; Mar- -' counsel of the Hurley Association, Commerce Ktnnaird and were memorial er- worth. It will be the first time they shall 2; Mason 14; Mercer 10; Mon spoke before the Agricultural Society Kentucky hunter, during the past 14; of the College of Agriculture at the vicea for Dr, A. U Shrlton, a mis- Held Friday Sight, April 7th. have resorted to such extreme meas-ur- roe 7; Morgan 3; McCreary University of Kentucky Monday- - years have paid most of the expenses sionary of the Christian church, who since the law has been in effect. Nicholas 5; Owen 3; Pendleton '2'2 Member Present If this policy is followed it can at Pulaski 10; Rowan 2; Shelby 13; night on the provisions of the Bing of the Game and Fish Commission, wti recently killed by brigand on least be said that the county board Taylor 2; Trigg 1; Warren 2; Wayne ham marketing act and although most of the money has been the border of Tibet. Other services organlxation ha done what automobile spent for the benefit of fishermen. The will be held thi (Thurtday) after-noo- n it could to give Jus- 10; Whitley 25; Harren 7; Wolf 2; its relation to other lines of agricul Saturday afternoon. Those about the county were reported to tice to the citizens and taxpayers of Anderson 8; Ilourbon 21; Hoyle 20; ture than tobacco and explained This year, however, the commission, and which Dr. R. G. Tuttle is execumany free camp- Carrard county on Saturday afternoon will begin at have prepared for and the blame for Hrcathitt 24; Culloway 1; Carroll something of the marketing system of tive agent, has changed the method The traveling autoist pre- the tnjust 3 itS and will be led by Mr. It. E. ing sites. will fall squarely 11; Cusey 10; Clark 33; Clinton 0; and of the workings of the Hurley increase i (pendof dsitribution of fund fers to ramp in the smaller cities. on the shoulders of the McRoberti. The women of the State Tax Daviess 1; Floyd 18; Gallatin 1; Association in handling the tobacco ing a more equitable and They spend much money with the Commission. amount on Societie of the other churchGrant 8; Green 1; Hart 5; Henry of its members. Director of Warehouses Barker game. es are invited to attend the Satur- local merchants and are the best 5; Jackson 0; Jessamine 10; Kenton Chief Warden, C. J. Meredith, has advertisers for your community. HENRY day afternoon meeting. 34; Knox 10; Laurel 24; Lee 17; spoke at Carrollton Saturday afterunt returned from the Mexican bor Lancaster has several places under Madison 29; noon at the annual meeting of the Letcher 31; Lincoln 14; Special Easter service will be held consideration, any of which could be der, where he bought 0,000. Mexican Marion 9; Martin 8; Menifee 1; Carroll County Farm Bureau. Oth e next Sunday. Eater muilc will be equipped with open ovens, fire wood quail and shipped them to Metcalfe 2; Montgomery 17; Mc- - er speakers were Dr. S. H. Hailey, 112 rendered at the morning and evening and electric light. 30 members of the 120 counties o fthe state. manager of the storage; William C. 0; hours. All who will come are cordi- purchased auto name plates with the Leaves Quarter Million Dollar Crackcn 1; Nelson G; OldhamHock-cast- McDowell, Last year 1,100 of these quail were manager of Owley 1; Perry 42; Powell 3; ally invited to do to. bought and distributed. Every bird Estate In United State name I.ancater in white letters on Todd John L. Buckley, assistant director of 4; Kussell 0; Spencer 4; was inspected by an official of the blue bark ground. If you have a Securities 1; Trimble 1; Washington 4; Web warehouses and Hobert E. Heatty, United States Department of Animal Church News car call at Kinnaird Bros., and order ster 1; Woodford 5; Hath 8 and Scott warehouse manager for Lexington. Louisville. April 11, Henry School attendance a pair. We must have orders for The executive clmmittee of the Husbandry. The Sunday 11. The quail cost the state $1.50 each pair before having the name former editor of the Louis- Association was In session at the gen was only 102 last Sunday, owing no 50 plates made. i villi- Courier Journal, left an estate eral offices, 020 South Broadway, and were evenly divided a sto sexes. Manuel-Peyt- on doubt to the Inclement weather, but Prof. Onley, the Kentucky expert of $1228,500, mostly in government Thursday, but President Stone said Officials estimate that with normal let u not forget that our present What will be a surprise to many, that nothing of general Interest was mortality among the birds and a good goal ts 200 present every Sunday, on flower shrubbery ami landscape securities, according to the term of gardening will address the Woman's hi will probated in county court but possibly not to a few, wns the done by that body. hatching .season at least 50,000 The member rain or thine. We can reach it if Club, Chamber of Commerce and all here today. The income from $200,-00- 0 marriage on March 18th. of Miss were all present except Judge young birds should be added to Ken we will. Let's go! Robert is left to Mr. Watterson dur-in- g Nancy Emma Manuel, daughter of W. Bingham, who was not able to tucky's stock by fall. Ordinarily a Hate ball season is here. Why interested In landscape gardening at the school auditorium Friday afterher lifetime and then descend to Mrs. Charles Halrleln, to Mr. Thomas attend. Beside not have a Sunday School tram. If President Stone quail hen wit Hay an average of 12 Mr. Watterson's duughter and grand- Peyton, the proficient linesman for those in attendance were Hon. James eggs and all will hatch it was said. you are for It, talk it up. If you noon at 3 o'clock. May 1st. a list of all Chamber of son. The remainder of the estate the Hastin Telephone Company of N. Kehoe, The total cost of this year's ad of Maysville; Bush W, can play, get In the game. The nutu race is still a humming, Commerce members, whose dues for is disposed of In special bequests. thi city. The happy couple were Allin, of Harrodsburg, and John B. dition to the game bird supply was approximately $11,000, 1,100 blrdi with the Overland a few lengths the year 1021 have been paid, will Mr. Watterson's library, curios, pic- married on the above dute at the Winn, of Versallle. bought last year cost $2.00 each. Will your name be on tures and other personal belongings home of Hev. E. H. Hourlund, who be published. ahead of the Cadillac, and the Pierce The quail is Identical are left to the Louisville public tied the official knot and wished Arrow u cloo third. They are now the list? LOOK GOOD with the Mexican bird, according to Last Thursday the Boosters of library to which is bequeathed native them godipeed on their Journey 0 between ElPuto and Dallas, Texas, for the construction of a place through life. The bride has been Chances for State and Federal Dr. Tuttle, except in size, the southwith refreshments in sight. We are Lawrenceburg sent for Secretary ern bird being Ilgthly imaller. hoping that some of the other cars Abbott to assist in organixlng a to keep them to be known as "The the bookkeeper for II. C, Hailey and Aid Not Flattering They oon "breed In" with the na Chamber of Commerce. Ilefore the Henry Watterson Alcove." Sons for several months and is well will spurt up and furnish another tive, however, an in a few seasjni The will was dated June 12th., known and popular in the city group of contestants. There is group adjourned at 0;.'I0 P. M. over .s Frankfort, Ky., April 1 1th. forty pledged to Join such an organi- 11)21, and was in the testator's hand- They have kept their secret well, for nttaln full size. plenty of chance to win the race be Involving the expenditure of zation und pay their dues in advance. writing. many will be surprised to learn of more fore New York Is reached. than $2,000,000 were urged upOn the way over Abbott stopped in their marriage, but will wish them on Club Notes The services next Sunday will cm Hurroifsburg the State Highway Commission and received assurances' well as they embark upon the matriphaslte the truth of Insurrection. Dates Mixed today by delegate from Crittenden, The Woman's Club cordially monial sen. Morning subject "Our Risen Lord that they would oon end a delega Caldwell, Livingston, Henry, Chrisyou to hear Prof. Oney, of Conn Hrothers are having nn In tion to attend a C. of C. meeting in and Coming King." In the evening tian, Carter, Pike, Floyd, Johnson State University, lecture on "Garden Lancutvr about which so much had structive lecturer on interior decor Boy there will be an llluttruted song ser and Lawrence counties. and Flower Culture," Friday afterntlons this week, beginning today, Vice "The Shadow of the Cross." been heard. With approximately My son, Clayton Arnold Hicks left $500,000 noon at three o'clock at the Graded Thi was announced for last week, Over thirty sttrcoptlcon slides will Practically every school In Gar-ra- but in some way the date got mixed home Wednesday night and has not necessary for the annual increment School Buildirur. bo shown. The two new books placed upon county is attending the K. E. Mis llraid will intertaln you by the been heard from. He is 10 years due counties for advancements made A hearty welcome I extended to A. meeting at Louisville this week. hour and many ladles as well as the old, small for age light hair, blue under the old state aid law and a the Library shelves thi week aret alL If you are a member of the All schools of the county being clos- men, should take advantage of the eyes, wears soldier coat, cap and similar amount for the maintenance Mr. Wu, and The Man from the church we have a scriptural right to ed until next Monday. of nearly 400 miles of the primary Wilds. overalls. opportunity. expect you at each service of the All interested In (lower culture or Never been from home before; system taken over by the State, church unless hindered by unavoid Dr. Wm, Pryer, Veterinarian. LOST: On or near the Public anxious to know of his whereabouts, counting obligation In contract un- tree and shrub planting, gardening able cause. If you are not a mem Phone No. 168 and 302. Motto-S-low Square a small bundle of blue stripe and will pay for any trouble or ex- der construction, it is estimated that or landscaping In general, are asked ber of uny church, we would urge additional expenditure this year will to be present at tHree o'clock Friday und careful, "that' all." material. Please return to this of pense in locating him. Phone 382-G- . prompt acceptance of Jeu Christ (U.pd.) have to be limited to about $1,000,-00- 0 afternoon at the fice or Mrs. James Cox, Graded School Coleman Hicks, as your personal Saviour, and extend a the federal aid appropriation Building. The Woman' Club preLancaster, Ky. (It). Keep moving There ts, however, one way to an earnest Invitation to you to make forward. Everynow is only $1,000,000 and 00 per sent at this meeting Prof. Oney, of thing behind has been picked clean. check the divorce evil In this counSome, people claim that our pro- cent of thi ha to be spent on routes State University, who U cansMered this church your spiritual home. tryFire all of the Judges, hibition law will keep us out of war. designated to be primary by the Fed- the best authority In the U, S. on Battard Obelisk Flour ( pur, Tobacco Fsrtlliisr for bads ami No foreigner would ever risk guz- eral Bureau of Highways. Horticulture. Please appreciate this hsaltkful and dsliclous. It Is nudo tobacco land maksi tks Laf brighter, The most remarkable thing about zling our booze. opportunity. .petl.ttly cUan mill from the maiuro the crop oarlUr. 200 lb, an election is the rapidity with In TUd Seed Corn, 100 per cent very of wheat. Try a sack to. drilled dawn the rows per aero will which we forget the rotWnnes that germination, for sale. Testod Sood Oats for saW. Tested fisld seed for sale. Hudson A Faraau. pay. Jay. Hudson A Faraau. craps out. Hudson A Farnau. . Hudson a Farnau. . Hudson A Farnau. 1 probated before County Judge Karl Thompson, U year old, son Monday Trcadway. The first was that E. F. Thompon rtf Mr. and Mr. Alex ill. Denny, written In hi own, living an the Stanford pike, four NOT ADD ,0 PER CENT hand ami dated January 25th., 1910, j mile from Danville. wa accldcntly RAISE auks that all his Just debts and funer killed Monday afternoon at 4 o'clock, nl expenses be paid. Ills late home when an I. A N. passenger train That unpleasant, unsavory, un on Lexington street, he leaves to his ran over him while he wan walking laughter, Mrs, Mattle Duncan, in scrupulous, unequal, unfair, unwar along the track at Williamsburg. consideration for kind attention and ranted, unrivalled, unspeakable, unYounir Thompson and another col residue of just, unpopular, unprecedented, unI La.it Will and Testament of PROTEST Overflowing With Inmates-Ma- ny A, H. Denny and .1. II. Cells Having Two Karl ThompHon Meet Tragic Hoard of Supervisor Yield to Posey Filed. Death at Williamsburg Prisoners Demand of Two Hundred Monday hunt SIX ARE FROM CARRARD Two wilU have been recently Wen Taxpayers Last I STUUCKBYJRAIN That Dog Law Owners Not is Enng forced. Dogs To Be Brought Into Court SHERIFF ASKS of pur-Mi- e. one-fourt- one-fourt- There were 1,408 prisoners in the Kentucky State Heformatory at Frankfort, on March 3 at., according to Associated Press dispatches of whom 308 are from Fayette and J e Iter son counties, according to n state ment of the number or prisoners in the Institution by counties given out by Superintendent II. V. Ilastln. The crowded condition of the prison I such, according to the superintendent, that unless something is done within the next ninety days the Institution will be filled beyond its capacity, ns at present approximately 300 cell are housing two prisoners each at night. sent to The Inllux of prisoner the institution for Incarceration from one year to life has been growing heavier every month during the past six, according to prison officials, 114 having been received during March. With the circuit courts holding term during April and with crowded crimi nal dockets, it Is expectde that ninny more will be received during the month. Only one prisoner ha been paroled since last December. The Governor has thirty or forty paroles on his desk awaiting his approval before the State Hoard of Charities and Corrections can release the prisoners. Every prisoner paroled, however, must have a position paying n living wage before he is released. Of the 1,408 prisoners In the Institution on March .11, 271 were from JelTerson county and 127 were frum Fayette. Harlan county wn next with 00 and Hell and Pike next with 44 each. The number of prisoner from other counties now in the institution operative LEXINGTON. Marketing KV, Association Within COOPERATION Co-op- one-hal- Christian pre-Eate- dis-trib- u. QUAIL Chamber Of Meeting es Mis-lona- WATTERSON bob-wir- le Baptist Wat-terso- n, $5,-00- DON'T Pro-Jvct- I In-i- te Wants Located ni fitt t Th Cantral Record. Lancatttr Ky. Thursday, April 13,1922. RUTHIE y MAROARKT MOULTON SrMieai.. While Ituth was at Hiullh college. and Hoh at Amherst, their childhood friendship Into something Infinitely dearer. Hut on Ituth s clan day, Hob had choked hack Ihe "I lore you, Huttile," t lint lip ached In say, and Instead had murmured liunklljr, "I must help dad to niubr- good In return for this chance he bus given we." Ituth. her e)e mltjr, piled acr the campus. "And I must pay tmrk etrry cent to mother ami my dad," she whispered. "It nun tit a lot of sacrl-Or- e to iot me throuuh rolleite." They Mh sighed and understood perhaps what was In the other's mind: "When our debt a are paid, we can have our happlnes together." Ituth had com to New York to a position a translator In a big hanking house. That winter Ituth had an opportun-It- y to so to the HnVHnn office of her firm, and she spent n year In Cuba. Hob went to New Vork to see her from Havana. when flie returned evepent an iinroiiifortahte He ning In the tiny artinent Ituth lively, shared with her ebtim, Kitty, Irresponsible girl, who chaptered and giggled until her nance1 came to escort her to the morle. Kitty's Hanre was a likeable chap, and Hob felt a lurking Miplrlon that Ituth probably knew many men of that cleverly tailor, type, young men, as caped, able In their line of work aa Ituth wn In her. Somewhat relucMntly she now told Hob of her success; she manager of the foreign department of the bank and could speak five languages, Ruth cooked something In the chafing dish that nlcht. but Kitty nro) her friend returned In time to .hare the lunch, and Hob went home with n despairing feellig that Ituth had outgrown hlra and the farm he win work-In- g n hard to Impnne. They kept up a desultory correpon-deucHob felt n glimmer of hoe when Ituth wrote that she was coming home for a month'a vacation the next fall. Hob called at the Martin farm the morning after Ruth's arrival. Mr. Martin oieoed the door and greeted him cordially. "Ruth's pretty buay In the kitchen," she said, smiling. "IVrhaps you'd letter go out there. Hub. You know the way." A tempting smell of plciilllll testified to Huth's occupation. "Hello, Hobble." she cried, gaily. "This It like old times. Isn't Itl My hands are too sticky to shake, so we'll have to postpone rbnt. You might help yourself to one of those doughnut I Just made, then sit down In that rocker and be comfortable, and tell me all the news. Iud says you're the lest fruit grower nrniind these parts. I understand you took nil the prize at the county fair." nob grinned hi he bit Into tha fresh doughnut. "You must come over and see my orchard some day, Hutble." he said, modeatly. "Hut why all this activity on your vacation!" "You remember KlttyT Huth asked, aa the stirred her pickle. "Well, she's going to be married next month and live In our apartment. Tie furniture Is all hers, anyway. So I have to' find another place to Ihe. I've derided to give Kitty n unique wedding present. I'm going to fill a huge barpreserves, rel wlli Jar of and Jellies, and pickle, and canned things. something like She need of that, to offset the disadvantage trying (1o keep house In ucli a tiny place. Why, this loely, big sunny kitchen would hold the whole apartment I" "I thought you were mighty fund of New York!" snld Hob. Ituth begnn to till the Jars and her back whs turned to blm, so be could not see the twinkle In her eye. "I hate New York," she replied, emphatically. "Whill I begin lonsekees In Ing, It will l well. It won't t New York." Ituth went over TWlt afternoon, hi f ii nil. with Hob to "It's culled Hammond Hill fiirrn, now," Hob explulnt-- proudly, n the? diove up the hill and could tin rowami rows of sturdy trtv. fjiter they wiM to the parking Iioii where boxes of prlre npple were reudy for shipment. Itlllll "These un hefltllle! honestly, looking down at the lemptlllg :meh.tellis befure her. ! like n hot of these "How Would to send to Kitty, along with tbu bur-re- l of goodies" Hob Hked. "Oh, Hob, bow thoughtful you are!" Ituth gave him n grateful smile. "Do you still remember low to mnke aple pies, Hllthle!" es, of course," rihe IJtuhed. "I ir il.e stammered. "I'd like to bate one of your upple plis rooking Iti my kitchen, It' a lovely, big, sunny one like iur moth-ers- . I'u bad Ihe house all fixed oer, Hutble, nil the eontenlences a young " The housekeeper would wont words cuiue swiftly, mm he grntped her bunds us he spttl "We huren't shukeii hand jet, hne we!" Ituth laiigtioil In iruburnissiiient. The grip on her hands was released, but presently her chin wus tenderly tilted upward, and Hob's gray eye were caressing her, "Why waste time shaking hum!, Ituth, sweetheart," h asked, gravely, "when there's something else I'd a lot rut her do!" And without more udo, be did It MtClar. COMHSSWNER'S .1 ft lilt, r Nrrr lrtrlitl Just Returned From New York Where He Spent Two Weeks Searching The Market For The Newest Things In Our Buyer Has . SALE OF LAND COURT Plaintiff, CIRCUIT GARRARD C. R. Harnett, VV well-pai- Dresses, Goats, Suits, Gapes and Skirts THESE GARMENTS ARE NOW I N STOCK AND AMONG THfeiM ARE MANY SAMPLE AND SINGLE GARMENTS BOUGHT AT VERY LOW PRICES, AND WILL BE SOLD VERY CHEAP. More than two hundred new SILK in CANTON CREPES, CREPE DE CHENES, KNIT, ETC., at all prices from to $75. Special line of white Can- ton Crepe do Chene Dresses at $19.75, $25.00, $29.75 and $39.75. The new line of WOOLTEX COATS are very attractive in style and the new prices will be found very pleas- ingly low $12.50, $15.00, $17.50, $19.75 and up. We call special attention to our mense variety of WASH GOODS-IM-TAFFETAS, ES smooth-mannere- PORTED and DOMESTIC GING-KREHAMS, TISSUE GINGHAMS, ENG-$1LISH PRINTS, SHRUNK LINENS, RATINE, JAP CREPES, DOTTED SWISS, ORGANDIES, SWISS VOIL- ES,ETC. 5. P e. The complete new Spring line of GOSSARD CORSETS is now in stock, Come and be properly fitted by a Guarantee Corsettirre at NO EXTRA COST. Lancaster ami Lexington pike. In the center of Lexington and Lancaster pike, corner to Ben Robinson: thence with Robinson's line W. 17.1(J chains to a poat; S. thence N. 80U. E. 18.15 chains to k post comer to Robinson and In G. C. Walker' line: thence with Walker's line S. 2H. W 24.80 chains S. 16, W. 17.40 chains to a post, corner to Manuel; thence N. 88 '4. K. 2.7 chains to a stake In Manuel's line, corner to Mason Pollard; and on the East side of a branch; thence with PollardV line, S. 36, W, 1.30 chains to a black walnut; thence S. 12 W. 1.60 chains to a honey locust; (Pollard's and Hamilton's corner; thence with Hamilton's line N. 88, W. 8.13 chains to a white oak; thence V M7 W IS. it rhalna tn a stone In Hamilton's line, n corner to Lucas Sherrow; thence with Sherrow'a line, N. 10i, E, 7.U0 chains to a post on North side of a drain; thence N. 24, E. 3 chains, N. 2'J, W. 2.05 chains to a post with wild cherry pointer; N. 2. W. 5.12 chains to a pot. N. 19 U, E. 12. J'J (halns to a wild cherry, about 15 feet from a concrete pool, E. 12.95 chains to a post, N. 7 N. 82, W. 9.85 chains to n stone at the fence on West side of the County road, corner to Sherrow; thrnce with fence along the West side of said road, N. 13, E. 3.21 chains, N. W. 0.40 chains to South gate 11 pnt, N- - 8, E. 1 ( --' j chains to center of Lexington pike; thence with cen ter of pike S. 40, E. 7.60 chains, E. 8.7C chains to the beS. C7 ginning, containing 120.12 acres. gtt ttt .Mill Tka. .1 . . I ' I. tn w. 111 I ' MtUfv thr Jutlcmrnt for lll.050.tlK with lntrrrn xrom Jnur- - i, iva. Defendants. Roy Mobrrlcy, et al, Pursuant to a judgment rendered at the March Term, 1022, the under-signe- d Clmmlssloner will sell at public auction to the highest and Wat bidder, on the premises In Garrard County. Kentucky, at 10 o'clock, A. M, or ar thereabouts, oh 1022, Uth., FRIDAY, APRIL the real estate mentioned lit the pleadings anil described as follow: In Garranl County, Ky.. on the 9 7, 2, 2, this action, amounting to about $200, !! (... icr wnicn ine piainiiu lnas a lien against said land. TERMS. UHtll I'Miil Ii tnail.l ..... ss n .1 aasts im lias, a 1 M f Wt a snt lt w w. A. B. Farm And Home New From Over Kentucky DANVILLE, Robertson & Bro. KENTUCKY. home-mad- e luct them to the market this year, he said. WOLF TRAIL In addition to bringing1 a better Mrs. Mose Ray was a guest Friday price, lambs that are docked and altered are neater and present a more of Mrs. Andrew Stotts. shipping of carload blocky appearance to prospective Misa Alice Ray of Poor Ridge was lota of live poultry to Kastern mark- buyers, it was added. It has been in this vicinity last week. ets is proving profitable for Brcckin-ridg- e recommended that all late lambs be Mrs. Sim Ray spent last week with county farmers, County Agent docked and all males, except pure Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Ray. brcds) of quality that are to be kept It. M. Green reports. Mrs. Abe Ilurton visited her mothIn an effort to improve their soils for breeding purposes, be altered. er the latter part of last week. through the ue of limestone, Laurel Miss Jessie H. Ray and Klmer Ray Wtwt Btu Flnt Msans. county farmer have set o goal of week-envisitor, in Madison. A steady blue rluine Indicates rfert were ISO can to be used in that section Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Moberly and according to combustion of gas, full bent iind no of the State this year, the County Agent F. B. Wilson. Duri- nute. York). Iteditor of l,a I'k'Ic daughter, visited relatives the week.!. (New t thai the end. ng; one month, two carloads of the proHirtlon of nlr utid gns fed to the Mr. ond Mr. Harve McCulley material were received and distribut- burner) l mli iluit every bit of beat spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Chas. ed each week, he added. Farmers In the cn l being A in three communities reduced the flume liidniite thnt part of Mitchel. cost of their fertillicrs by pooling the kiix N Hot being ii.nmil uud Is Mr. and Mrs. Ottis Stotts and w, fed, therefiili orders. daughters spent the day Sunday with ! Crittenden county farmers recentrelatives. cent ly received five and one-haMr. C. Sinmpson returned home a pound more than the local price t Friday after a few days stay with her for live poultry' by perents. shipping; n carload to market, accordMr. and Mrs. Lev Irvm were' ing to County Agent John H. Spenguests Saturday night of Mrs. Ainan-- I cer. Increased interest among Morgnn county farmers in soli Improvement it marked by nn incrcaie in the amount of fertiliiers purchased and the larger acreage of legume crops which is being planned, County Agent It. H. Kankln says. This year Come to see our Overstuffed Parlor Suites, about twice a.t much phosphate has been purchased as in former years Loose Cushioned BED ROOM and DINING while the acreage of legumes will ROOM SUITES in all finishes and styles. be doubled, he said. Sweet clover is attracting; fonldcr FIHRK SUITES able attention from llrechnrl''ge FlIlItK SWINGS county formers this year, County ROCKERS AND CHAIRS Agent It. M. Greene reports. ForLIHRARY TABLES hf Ihrr VOJ will Mtn and vrnmrn ty fanners will cooperute with Mr yourself up to your normal, ODD DRESSERS Greene and the College of Agricul ever bulll wslslil defends on tho num. lust-rigt ot blood-rcPOSTER UKDS ture extension division in growing t.r llieru I to It. In your sc l':: l. Ttiat" It's a ItnUflc fart. all nn acre or two euch to show the posfactory Isn't nrl It your blood-reSPRINGS & MATTRESSES sibilities of the crop for that section Ing right, you will taIn disunite thin, your blood will la ana FLOOR COVERINGS OF trbsiHS our faro will ta l row en out of the State. ALL KINDS with itmiilet, tiUckh tails ami eruptions. H. K. R. kr.im your LUxxl cell WARDR0UE and STEAMfactory working; full time. It heirs Lambs U. B. B.new Mool-rl- l. thin, Thal'a to-plwhy tulU ER TRUNKS n tulMs up It puts llrm flesh on your tours, it REFRIGERATORS rounds out )our face, arms ntrk, Reduces Sheep llmU. tho Wtiola body. It puts tint OIL STOVES "pink1 In your chttks. It takes tho tiolkisrnr.s from tha eyes, ami It foolj KITCHEN CABINETS Knth.r Tlma tv nmnuthlnir out min- DAY BEDS klts In rntu and women by ilumilnc" A big percentage of the seconds r.nwrkst.ia them up. H. R. K BRASS BEDS Wblla you sio r.ttlnK and cull lumbs that go to the market your sum ruiiions, iiuipie. IRON BEDS riuiop, utile, rhcuinutlsm. rti. from Kentucky each year are late tttttr. btulrlits arc IxIiik. t.movixL buck lambs, according to It. C. MillTbo medicinal Ingredients of H. H. H. v.K.tabld, er, sheep extension specialist of the araK. 8.guaranteed atl purelystorm, in two FURN GO. drug H. la sold at College of Agriculture. This con slses. Tha Urgir sUa la tbo iMitu tcunumlcat. dition Is apt to result in heavy losses DANVILLE, KY. Gilclier Hotel Bulldini!. for sheep raisers who neglect to alter "S. S. S. ii for sale at McRoberts Drug Store." their late male lambs before sending d de'od. 11 )el-lo- lf S.S.S. Fills Out Hollow Cheeks, Thin Limbs! J Dp?ndabl? The sale will be made on a credit of six and twelve months, and the purchaser will be required to execute bonds with approved security for the purchase price, payable to W. H. Brown, Master Commissioner, due In six and twelve months respectively, with Interest at six per cent per annum from date Until paid, hav. Ing the force and effect of a Judg- mmmfiiiinn mmv ta mmI muih sue, and a lien will be retained up. on the land until the purchase money is paid. W. 11. Brown, Master Commissioner Garrard Circuit Court. da Clouse. Robinson ft Kaulfman, Mr. and Mrs. Klijah Mc.Mllllan and Attorneys for Plfl. son were among the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Ray Sunday. Mrs. Harve Tcater and daughter, Commissioner's Miss llemice, spent the day Wedof nesday with Mrs. Hugh Moberly. GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. Mrs. Harmon Davi and daughter Plaintiff. and Miss Thelma Simpson were the W. S. Ilettls. Vs. pleasant guests of Mr, James Ijinil Odus Naylor, et al. Defendants. Monday. Pursuant to a judgment rendered Mobt-le- y Mr. and .Mrs. Carl and at the March Term, 1922, the undaughter, were visitors Saturday dersigned Commissioner will sell at night ami Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. public auction to the highest and best bidder, at the Court House door In Walter Casey. Ijinraster, Kentucky at II o'clock Mr. W. T. Sebastian and grandson, A. M., or thereabouts, on APRIL 24th.. 1022, Mr. Cook, of Ohio, Messrs. Paris, of MONDAY, Richmond were dinner guests Friday the real estate, mentioned in the pleading and described as follows; of Wllbert Dalley. Iniarrnrd County, Kentucky, on the Kemper near the water of The fellow who talks of himself Sugar Creek, and bounded by the seldom tlnds nn opportunity to talk. lands of Clark and other lands of Otlus Naylor, and contains about 10 Regardless of the fact that we acres, and in two tract, bounded as : have a republican fonn of govern- follows No. I - Beginning Tract at a stake ment, we are the most democratic in a dirt road, corner to lot No. 2; N. 53 s , K. 14 on the face of the globe. with thence road naticn poles to u stake, corner to lot No. 4; S. .'10. E. 10.84 poles to a stake thence in John K. West's line; thence with West line S. 18'., W. 19.40 poles to a stake, corner to lot No. 2, thence N- - 30, W. 57. HO poles to the beginning, containing 4 acres, 3 rods and Sale Land Furniture 39 poles. road, corner to dower; thence with said road N. 33, E. 2.70 pules, N. E. N. '4. 32, to n3.04 poles,corner53to lot stake, poles K. Tract No. 2 Beginning at u stake ,n the middle of the aforesaid dirt 4.9 No. tl ll I 3; thence S. 61.70 pole to a stake K West's line; thence West's line S. IK', W. 18.10 poles to a stake in the old Ixington dirt road, corner to Lot No. 2; thence N. 31 ty, W. 05.0 poles to the beginning, containing I acres, 3 rods and 39 poles. The purpose of said sale is to satisfy the Judgment herein for 2 15 with interest at six per cent freni January I. 1921, until paid, together with the estimated cost of action, amounting to $126.00. in John 12,-0b- Neglecting Late Profits TERMS. run-dow- e. mm tlooJ-purlflt- r. In TRIBBLE A PICKET The sale will bo made on n credit of six and twelve months, and the Iiurchaser will be required to execute approved security, for the purchase price, payable to W II. Brown, Master Commissioner, due in six and twelve months respectively, with Interest at six per cent per annum from date until paid, having the force and effect of n Judgment, upon which execution may issue, and a lien will be retained upon the land until the purchase money is paid. V. II. Brown, Master Commissioner Garrard Circuit Court. Robinson Ss Kauffman, Attorney- - for PUT. Th C antra I Record, Lancaster, K v.. .Thursday April 13,1922 BXr PLANT CORN FOR International Harvester OF AMERICA Is now represented in Lancaster by us and we will carry a complete stock of repairs and implements including the LARGEST YIELDS Nothing Gained by Seeding Before Conditions ol Soil and Atmosphere Arc Right. BnBB B""t:imJi M EITHER EXTREME DESIRABLE DEERIN6 BINDERS and MOWERS Our BUGGIES are the best and the most reasonably priced. BRIDLES, COLLARS AND HARNESS of all kinds. Your business will be appreciated. See us about your DISK HARROW. We have prices that will please you. QrM'.stt Totsl Growth of Stalk Mads From Punting In May or June Uaptrlmtntt of Out Stations Corrobarjte J. trrf' .No r (i AtlUuHur liH.J mil,, I lt.paiim.nl fiooriloe & Walker Bros ALL EGGS To Be Candled After May 16th Drastic I.aw Pawed at Last Sesslojt of eggs unfit for food at defined in sec- Legislature PENALTY FOR VIOLATION Snate lllfl number 193 Introduced and pam-at the last tcslorv of the Legislature, regulating the sale of fresh eggs, will effect every dealer duty it it t acIn the State, who quaint himself with the law which l as follow : AN ACT to promote the produc tion of better egg in Kentucky by regulating the traffic in eggs to prevent fraud and misrepresentation in dealing In eggs, to present the sale of egg unfit for human food, and to fix penalties for violation of the thereof, lie It enacted by the Cicneral of the Commonwealth of Kentucky, that, 1. No perton, Arm or corporation engaged in the buying and telling of egg Khali sell, olTer or expose for 'kale or traffic in, any egg unlit for human food, union the fame it broken in thell, and denatured .o that it cannot be uvd for human food. For the purpouc of tliis Act, an egg hall be deemed unfit for human food If it be addled or moldy, has a black rot, or white rot, Mod ring, if it hat an adherent yolk or a bloody or green white; or if it be incubated beyond the blood ring stage; or if It be composed in whole or In part of a filthy decomposed or putrid d ly tion one of this Act than the actual dockage which ha been determined by the careful candling of the eggs) I so purchased or told. H. The term "candling" at ued herein shall be construed to mean the careful examination of the whole egg; In a partially dark room or place suitable for the purpose. The apparatut and method employed, to be tuii a shall be approved by the Slate uoani ol llealtn. 4, Any person, or firm, or cor-- i poratlon failing to comply with the' requirement of or violating any of1 the provisions of thit Art, shall be guilty of a misdemeanor and upon than conviction be lined not lr $10.00 nor more than $50.00 for' each offense. fi. That all actt or lawt and parts of act or laws In conllict with the provision of thl Act be and are hereby repealed. I giiln I made lii j or maturity f before, nmdltloii Iij planting e ll mid lire right. In the opinion ol the l.'nlled tttiilo nrt Corn grower nit'iit of Agriculture. In lovulltle with u long mhi.ii hate oli.encd that early and lute iJaiitllig of the mine vurlei) iinmllv Miow wide illlTereniv In gmnth utid iiumlx'r of U) reunited to reiirli muturlty lu general, inrii whlrb I seeded rurly require ii longer time lo eine up limn Unit u hit It It planted later. The ptiiu' oUu grow more loljr, are shorter, and lieiir llielr ear lower. Thev ure oiiniiiiMily ohv-rteenVet of the dute of plltlltlllg Bftt Yitldt From Early Sttdlng. Simile niciitl) have, Ixvn niude by the I lilted Stale I lepurtuieiil of Atrl cull urn at the ArlliiKlpn ex(ierliiiciilal form near Windiltigton, C, In order lo olitiilii data ulilrli onld supplement I hii t obtained earlier at the vurlou Mute etHrlmt'lit Million. .Vuilieroil exNrliiieiil lme lieeti conducted tiy the Mate imrlinlliiriil eierlmeit to determine the Influence of the different date of planting mi turn vli'ld. The tnle exNrlmeiiI Ilidh-Mttlmt I tl- of grain limy he exnrlei from the url uvdliis and the iii'l rapid nnd grvutot grim III from the later eedlni:. Neither the extremely ttirly nor the tery lute plulit-In- j uliiii'-plier- nii l. mi MsanHsaasaSaaSaaS Copyright d Mil lUrt Scluffncr & Mart l. Your Easter Suit We have the CLOTHES in stock' ready far your selection New colors, new weaves in the KIND of CLOTHES you will LIKE TO WEAR, good looking, with the quality built Into them, made for us by e m- )ei Hart Schaffner and Marx MENS BOYS ore ii'irnhle The department lntetlgatloii wrre Jlreelitl more to a ludy of the effect OTHER GOOD MAKES SUITS $18. $22.50. $25, $30, $35. UP AIND KNEE SUITS tub-tanc- e. That between May 15th. of each year and January 1,1th, of the following year no perton, firm or corporation engaged In the buying and telling of egg, shall buy or tell egg without candling them, and no payment either In caih or merrhandite hall be made for thoie unlit for food. No person, firm or corporation thai! in buying or wiling egg, take or give a greater or Iet dockage for 2. yield. The reult of thve ttildle, r perlwl, which extendeil over a re prewlitiil In llepartinent llulletln No. 10H, Kffevt of Pate of Sivdlng mi tiermlUHtloii, (Inmlh. and Detelop-:uen- t Ptyehlc Not. of Corn, by II It. Itrowii and TIh man who bat the biggest bead III nut uecewMtrlly get the biggest II. S. (lrrlHi. whlrli tuny be had halo. Jm appllrntlon to the demrtment. The varletle of roni ued In the terliiienl nuer n wide ramce In the T09 Good for Such a King. eiiclti of the growing Kcnuoii required. On trm birthday of King leort III Mm data ttliuUle.1 are limited to the 17(11, Mr. Arof I. .gland. In the "hamrter that eem to have been nold, a I .on don uatrhmaker. prevent. onltently affected, nltlnxigli Hip eil (he king nlth a repeating watch ' xiint ttudleil lurltlded the rapidity he had mad for It tit. The king and if germliiHtliHi, the number of day (be rural family were ttlliil with ds- - 'nun emergence to ripening, the height light and admiration fur thlt wondertf ttalkn, the iiumlier of ears per plant, ful ple of work, a thU repeating .he average weight of ear, the average walrh was t than a "llvrr dlnte la rleld per plant, and the. number of . diameter, and contained l'-- parts. It nicker. weighed (Ire pennyweight, tetetl and In all Hi etpetlmeuta the germlna-Jo- n thre-fourt(rain of corn lnrrened In rapidity aa he dale of eelliig occurred later. Long Sight. n early the atiort-etioWhen Guew are being luifjirded at tha lorllirrn varletle came upaoonertjian length of range of hiiinun llon. he varletle from the central and torty-nmiles hat Umt suggested at otithern slate. When sown later a good radius, but geographer ha were not :lm difference In Ihl calculated that ten Unit- - that dUlanr isuully apparent. I within range from Mount l'.i;ret May or Junt Favortd. when jou get there. Vet thee com- Ttie total growth of stalk wa putntloiii deal only with horizon. Our treatet from the needing In June and art iij I ratigt! of tlahm appear to lm Untitle, eitendlnz to the furthest star, whli'ti It big eitongli nnd bright ( enough to make mi lnir-i4Uon Iho . retlflit. TIim filtlcnir, .if itlir tllnn mil. s 0. i r Into many inllllii of mile, ut an extremely inikleM ctlimite the-yea- Uiu growth ti inl di'telopiiient than Hi determining the niot ilelrnble (Idle it ilniillng from the KtaiidMilnt of $7.50, $8.50, $10.00, $12.00, $13.50, AND $15.00 We are sticking to QUALITY closer than ever because we do not believe any business can stand without quality. SELBY SHOES FOR WOMEN. MANHATTAN AND WILSON BOSTON IAN SHOES FOR MEN. BROTHERS SHIRTS. HOUSE OF QUALITY. Jas. W. Smith chil-dreGeorge-town'Colle- LANCASTER. KY. )nr -- I ; PAINT LICK Dr. II. J. Patrick It in Louisville this week. All the Paint Lick teachers are In I. ouitville thi. week for the K. K. A. KaUton, of Mr. Hodney wa a recent vititor at home. Misses Opal Garnet and Cora guests of Mrs. Uryant. were week-enII. J. Chestnut. I G. Davis has Itoof Paint and Motor Oil at a very low price. d -- M h n n'ect , ii ' Plant Corn in May or Junt for Bett Growth and Yitld. May The lotiil growth wu leut nnd rate of growth slowed from the April teedlng. Ietelopmiit wn more rapid . In the later than lu Him enrller need-lug- If you need tooth brushes, we have them. If you need clothes brushes or paint brushes, we have them. No matter what you need in brushes, we have jutt what you want Your old house will look like new, if you paint We have paints and it with our Mastic paint. enamels for inside work, either the gloss or Rat finish. Tim number of ear ier stalk, the lte of the ir, and the amount of dickering bore no conltent relation The pollt-n-. to the date of seeding. theddlng 'iiod wu longer In plant from the early wedlng than In thote Heeding from the later feeding. earlier than normal remitted In tllght gain lu the dale of Nlliclug. corrtltorale the Tbete exerlnient ciHirlusbm of the ulate exeriliieiit station, that corn may be planted In the vli'inlly of WHtiliitmi and other (ocnlltle with a similar Mnon, any time after May I, without danger of the seed rolling. Ttie bett condition usually come of soil uid atinoili.-rbetween May 10 and May i). e When you think of paints ,think of our store. Come to US for it McRobcrts Drug Store SUrt VtgtUbltt KaHy. Ilotltedt and cold frame givn a tbanc lo start vegetable earlier sad gain o tli weatbtr uud tUMCta. Mr. Joe Howman, of Richmond, guett of Mr. and wat the week-en- d Mrt. Morris Burton. IUv. llughson ,of Lexington, tilled the pulpit at Mt. Hebron latt Sunday morning and evening. Mrt. J. D. Uurchell visited Iut t.itvr, Mr. Anna Mobcrly, near Hound Hill the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Thus. Logtdon and baby, Mildred, visited his parents, at Ura.ilU'ld one day latt week. Kcv. W. A .Itamsey and Klder Jn. Pretbyter' at X. Denny attended Silver Creek Chapel this week. Mr. and Mr. It. F. ituliton and It. F, Jr., were the guett Sunday of hit sister, Mrs. O. 1 llnmmnck. Mr.. II. J. Chestnut was hottest at a dining Sunday in honor of her guest., Misses Gurnet and Ilryant. The llaptist have unanimously called llro. Harold to hold their protracted meeting the latter part of June. Mr. J. (!. Dunn, of Cincinnati, wat with his cousin, Mitt Nannie nnd her brother, Sam Campbell, ouu night last week. Miss Jennie Higgin attended the K. K. A. in Louisville this week, alto Misses Fay Ward and Callie Itcid of the Monte school. Misses Ellen and Cynthia Pruitt were the guests of their cousin, Miss Columbia Tuoy, near Gilead, Sat urday night and Sunday. The Masons here had three for Initiation at their latt meeting, the two Mason boy for 1st, degree and James Harve KaUton for 2nd. Mr. II. J. Patrjek. Mrs. U. W. Est. ridge, Mrs. F. II. Smith and Mrs. D. A. Hervey were shoppers In Rich, niond one day the past week. Mr. and Mrs, Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. It. L. Hill and children were Friends here of Mis Willie Wilamong the crowd at Mr. Will Ogg's liams were shocked when they received the message Saturday of her Sunday for a big birthday dinner. deoth at her home in Ashville, N. Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Anderson C. The family have the deepest symn and Mr. and Mrs. It. L. Hill and pathy of this community In their bewere guests Sunday of Mr. An. reavement. This Is the second demon's sister, Mrs. Ogg, near Berea daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wilat a birthday dinner. liam have given up since moving Are you Interested In the Paint to Xorth Carolina. Lick news? And do you read it? John Pennington has purchased Then why not try to send your corbuilding and all the merrespondent a few Items of your the store d chandise of R. H. Ledford. Mr. neighbors or your own family. will take in Mr. Pennington's The Ladies' Aid Society of the farm on the Galispie pike at a speciChristian Church will have a Bazaar al price. Mr. Pennington will move at Logtdon and Company ttore on to Paint Lick and live over this store. Saturday, April 15th. Will have The public are sorry to lose Mr. food ,candy and many other things Ledford, as a merchant, but will have him a postmaster in the near future. on sale. Everybody come. Lod-for- k n U OFFER YOU THE FOLLOWING PAST wnw Vftnil w ww $1.00 S! SPECIAL BARGAINS Until April 22nd 16 POUNDS BEST CANE SUGAR 0 Bars Lennox Soap 23ct. with one bar Luna Soap Free. 60cti. 10 Bars I G. Soap 01 Bars Luna Free) 1 15ct. Lare Can Tomatoes I GALLON FANCY PEACHES, Calif. Clins. -- 69ctt. 1 Half Gallon Domino Syrup 32ct. 1 Half Pound Kayo HakliiB Powder 9ct. (Guaranteed to satisfy.) 8 oz. Golden Age Spaghetti, pkg. 7ct. Can Corn 5c each 10c each Can Salmon Navy Beans, lb 8c 2Vzc each Can Peas SCHOOL 10c SUPPLIES 4c each 4cta. each Gc Tablets Mikado Pencils (The Best madej.z Tablets... ,8c each per yard 12Vccts. Unbleathed Pepperill Sheeting, per yd..45ct. Percale, per yard IScts. Cham bray, per yard lCcta. Bring us your eggs. We will puy you the high est market price in CASH. FANCY DRESS GINGHAMS, 9- -1 ... xttxmmmmmmmmmmm L I DATES I! The Central Record, Lancastet , Ky.. Thursday April 3, 922 1 1 (In MIXED I should be firm and ngRrcrsivc their nctlon. And, above everything else, we see crime rampant throughout the country, and taxation scraping the lining of the skies. We reap as we sow, and the yield is no more than we sow. Huffman The body of Oscar Huffman, 34 yean old, arrived here last Sunday from Tulare, Calif., where he met a tragic death about one week ago. His charrrd body was taken from a burned shack on a ranch where he No particulars of his was Maying. death ran be gotten and it is feared that he might have been robbed and murdered. He was n son of the Inte Mr. and Mrs. Albert HulTmnn and up to HM4, when he left for the West, had always lived In (larrard county. The body was placed In the cerne- terv vault Sunday afternoon and burial service were held Monday nfternoon by the local l'ot of the American legion. He is survived by 9 brothers and one slstre, nil of whom have the sympathy of their friends in the shocking death of a devoted and honored brother. I MISS I HOLLIDAYS Our Demonstration of Interior Decoration will be held Easy On The Brain Occasionally we hear of a brainy man who rends action stories in order to divert his mind from the strenuosity of his career. He finds relaxation, and it is good for him. Stories founded upon the wild nnd wooly days of the early west appeal to him. The heroes are genuine "he men," with oceans of red blood in their veins, and he thrills as he reads of their marvelous exploits. He he misses the best of all action stories. He should read the Bible. Nd writer of modern or oth er friction has ever been able to duplicate the wonders that are told in that book. .o human mind has ever been able to fully grasp the import of the deeds recorded therein. It is the only book that has ever been written that holds its own against the lapse of an eternity of time. Even brainy men may find rest and relaxation in reading of the glories that are told in the Book of Books. Try it. Thursday, Friday and Saturday of FOR EASTER We have at all times a nice assortment of all I I kinds of THIS WEEK Miss Braid will have something new in Sebastian Mrs. Samanthn Anderson Sebas tian, ageil M years, died nt the home of Mr. nnd Mrs. Nathan llogie, on Richmond street in the city, yesterday morning her death being due to the infirmities of age. The pairing of Mrs. Sebastian removed from our midst one of I.ancnter and Uarrnrd County's most estimable nnd honored women. Mrs. Sebastian was born 18.13, her husband pre Feb. ceiling her to the grave many years ngo. For n number of years she had made her home with Mr. and Mrs. llogie, the latter being her daughter and only child. Three grand children, Jess nnd Ollle llogie nnd Mrs. Jess Hill survive, together with nine great grand children. One step daughter, Mrs. Mary Anne Lam bert ami one step son, Thomas Sebas. tlan also survive, beside .1 1 step grand children. She was a life long member of the Freedom Baptist church and when health would permit ,wai a constant attendant at nil religions services. Funeral services will be conducted at the residence this afternoon at 2:30 o'clock, by her pastor ,Rev, V. K. IMx. nssilst.il by llev. I). F. Sebastian, the latter being her grandson. Interment will follow in the Lancaster cemetery. FRESH MEATS and GROCERIES I graining, etc. You cannot afford to miss it. CONN BEOS. "Live and Let Live Folks." 6URREY & OULLEY Girl Wins Prize For Poem to Watterson has t (It. pd i LSBB Lll The Central Record Issued Weekly. $1.50 Year. IE DC TanUc can bring health to you as thousands of others. ) Stormes Drug Store. Payable In Advance. J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. R. L .ELKIN, Local Editor and Mgr. Entered at the Poit Office in Ky., Lan-caite- r, ai Second-Clas- s Mall They are always intending that never pets done. Instend of taking a just pride in accomplishment, they are continually humiliated by the inadequacy of their exto do something cuses. They do not even drift with the tide of humanity, but are Ferries Advtni.iftc Rtpt Mutative THE AMERICAN rBC53 A550C1AT10M simply switched into the eddies of life. April 13. 1922 Lancaster, For them there is a beginning, and an end, but nothing Rates For Political Announcsaaaate. in between. They have neither true for Precinct and City Office. .$6.00 For County Offices I..........10.00 j fricnda nor bitter enemies, be- . For State and District Officei. .15.00 ue d? n"nK to M For Call,, per line .10 spire either friendship or enmi- For Card, per line ty. Fer all publications in the inter- . est of individuals or expres-They are nameless, because lion of individual views, per no one is sufficiently interest 10 line Obituaries, per line ..... ... .OS ed to name them. They live but only the I 1 Matter. A Fitting End Some people loaf themselves to death. T .1 1. ......... ...1... . . ... iu ni n nnnnin' nn.i ..o u t wi ri 'i u i uuwiifc,, wo often wonder whv can. one stride is completed we start !djdnteg can.t act ,lke normnl 'daily life. It has ceased to avocations will on another. human beings, or at least just A year or two ago the aero- as they do before they acquire plane was the whole thing. an itch for office. Now it is but an incident in our A man pursuing his daily o(T They are' chronically lazy, lacking in ambition, and without sufficient energy to take the daily exercise that nature requires in order to keep the body functioning in normal condition. Their intellects become dull ed, their minds become clogged, their joints become stiff, and the red blood of youth turns to the water of premature old age. They just drift, and sink, and are promptly forgotten. A fitting end to a worthless career. pass you a thrill. thousand times with but a The all absorbing topic to- friendly nod or a cheerful day is the radiophone, the smile and sometimes with a latest wireless invention. grouch. You know all about it how i Rut thn mimitn hi (rots tlio ,. you piace an instrument, in inu h;ms.,,f f house, stick a receiver up in the in his efforts to pump your paw top of a tree, and then sit back and impress you with his great and listen to market reports or love for mankind in general a concert being given a thous- and yourself in particular. and miles away. You may Of course, we must concede even dance to the latest popu- that candidates are human, lar pieces if you desire, or you but when itch begins to work can listen to a sermon instead they overdo the part. of going to church. Even the officials of the University of Wisconsin have got Reaping As We Sow the bug, and arc arranging to As a people we Americans educate the public by wireless. are too indifferent to matters It's a great stunt. What of national concern. will the next one be? We are indifferent because ' (l not enter actively into A lmnknr s.ip.I hi uif. fm cumIih: ntl shaping of divorce because she snent S- B- the 'such affairs. We have no time 500 a year for cosmetics. If she hadn't used the cos- to devote to the national welmetics to make herself beau- fare because we are engaged tiful he probably would have almost exclusively in the actired of her soonor than he cumulation of money for our did. In any event it is gen- necessities and pleasures. This trait is not found only erally the woman who loses marital troubles creep in. in the republican party, or in when When a man becomes bald the democratic party or among headed and dignified he can any certain class of people. discard his aging wife and go Wo are all tarred with the out and pick up a "chicken," same brush, and the tar is una who does not require cos- thick and black, and sticks. If things don't go to suit us metics to put the bloom on her in Washington we roar chestily rounded cheeks. But not so the woman. When for a tiny or two, and then forage overtakes her she must get all about it. We don't foltravel along with others who low up the roars with definite have passed the meridian of action. itocau.se of thisjweakness we life. There are no bucks availsuffer from appalling waste able for the woman who has and oxtravagance in our nalost her charm. tional life. We see officials Some people mean well, but vacillating in their weakness never do well. and indecision when they ! Bush iriends here have received new of the death of .Miss Bessie Bush, which occurred-a- t her home in St. Louis last Wednesday, April 5th. Mil Bush is well remembered here, being the oldest daughter of the late Dr. nnd Mm. W. N. Bush, formerly of this city. The remnins to. gether with those of her mother, who be will died several years ngo, brought to !.itncnter during the sum. mer for permanent interment. Mis Hush is survived by two brothers, Messrs. Wade and Tom Hush nnd one sitter, Kugcnla. np Turner The Death Angel called at the home of Mr. nnd Mrs. W. A. Turner, 2427 Prospect St., Indianapolis, Ind., and summoned to the (treat Beyond our sincere Each pirkinney angel hearts were grieved und Danein 'round the heavenly throne thanks for the sympathy of friends a family tie broken at saddened and Seems to shout a glad home comln' and the assistance rendered us by the nine o'clock Tuesday morning, April For Marse Henry's comln' home. members of the lletdal Sanford 1'ost, 4th., when the spirit of Mrs. Minnie In the death of our brother, Oscar Stone Poynter, beloved wife of Mr. He has fought the valiant battle, Huffman. Creen I'oynter, pasted Into the (Ircat Scott Hulfman and Brothers. With his musket and his pen, Beyond, And he's takln' up his duties Deceased was 62 years of age, A. J. Mvlngston, living near AshOn the heavenly press again. born and reared and nlwnys lived in land City, Tennessee, says: "1 feel this county, until llfteen months ago, There is Joy and peace in heaven, Mke going from house to house ami when they moved to Lincoln, where telling the pe4e about Tanlac." So let's soothe away our pain, (it.-pdshe died. She was u devout mem- And remember through our sorrow Stormos Drug Store. Baptist church, ber of the That earth's loss is heaven's gain. Use plenty f Mriie around all outn faithful Christian, a devoted wife The most exciting moment in building and in the cellar. This and mother, a true friend and neighbor. Three years ngo she had a climbing the ladder of fortune h tends ta prevent diseases. Hudson & Fnmau. stroke of paralysis, from which she: when it begins to break. (It ) On the 'JKlh. ' nmr fnlle of March she wns again paralyzed, ! causing her death. Besides her husband, seven children survive. They nre Mr. Howard Harvey, of Indiana, Mrs. Alfred I'oynter; Randolph Robert, Mary, Christine and James and three 1 sisters and two brothers, to whom the community extends their heart-fel- t sympathy In this dark hour, and may the loving Saviour, who watches over us, load them to her "Over There," where she is waiting for them. Funeral services were held Wed . nesday afternoon ot 2:30 ut the Bap.' OI list church, by Rev. Rlx, after which JT interment followed In the luincaster cemetery .where she was laid to rest beneath a beautiful mound of (low-erMany I .) Poynter First prtic has been nwarded to, of Mit Ituth Wilson for a poem to We wish ta tbjnk all our neighbor Henry Watterson in n contest con ducted by the Kentucky Cardinal, of and friends for their kindness and extended to us at the fiscal publication of the University sympathy, death of our dear wife and mother. poem follows; Louisville. The of Such kindness will always be re. TO MARSE HENRY. memberrd by us. There's a bonny flag a'wavin' U F. Warren and family. In the heavenly Held today, And there's aingin' and rejolcln' of 'Mid the ranks of Illue and Cray. We cannot express too forcibly, our appreciation and thanks far the Far every soldier's smilin' kindness shown by our neighbors ami At the Ifghtne of his pak. friends and for the sympathy And all his troubles vanish during the illness and after 'Cause Marse Henry's comln back the death of mother and grand, The band Is playin' "Dixie" mother, Mrs. Sebastian. And the ranks nre marchln' by, Daughter ami grandchildren. As ihtt beloved Marse Henry Joins the troops up in the sky. Card Thanks Card Thanks Card of Thanks We wish to express Easter ITS! OllOWing s. Spring Footwear monuments to We With to Announce the Arrival of the Newer Styles in given out Easter nnd Spring Footwear for Men, Women and Children. service. So in the hearts of rela- Decidedly Distinctive nre the Stylet We nre Showing in Spring in tives and friends and Footwear. Christ's Vineyard, is erected the mounment of "Love" to Mrs. I'oynter ,lovod by all, .because of her gentle, lovable disposition, and rare COMFORT GOOD FITTING spirit of helpfulness, she will re main enshrined m our memories. "I cannot say, and I will not say, That she is dead She is Just away With a cherry smile and the wave sf the hand. She has wandered into an unknown STYLE DURABILITY land." The suddun death of Mrs. Cynthia A Friend, Warren at her home on the Lexington pike taut Friday morning watt a of shock to her fumlly and caused sorThe designs and patterns of the. new thoet for Spring and row among her friends and neighWe take this method of thanking Summer we have jutt received surpass any other styles that hat bor. The cause of her death being our dear friends nnd good neighbors been shown in the patt few yeara. a hemorrhage of the brain. for their kindness shown us during Whether it it a Drets Pump, Street Oxford or a Sport Shoe She was G!l years old and a devout the illness and death of our dear wife you will appreciate the quality and fitting of our thoet. member of the Christian church and and mother and for the beautiful a good Christian woman, devoted llornl otTerings. You are cordially invited to call and intpect our beautiful wife, ulTcctionato mother and a kind Mr. H. fi. I'oynter, line of Spring Footwear. She is survived by her neighbor. Mrs. Alfred I'oynter, Whether you buy or not we deem it a pleasure to show husband, I F. Warren and live Mr. Howard Hurvoy them to you. children, Millard, liollii, and llarlun and children. Warren, Mr. Ada Mae Lowlsh nnd Don't let that sour stomach sour Mrs. Lena Roger. Funeral services were conducted your disposition and make your life at the home, interment following in miserable, while Tanlac i ready to (Incorporated) give you relief. Get it now. the Lancaster cemetery Sunday (lt.-pdStormes Drug Store, Opposite Court House Phone 400 Danville, Ky. their little daughter, Anna Margaret Turner. She was born Nov. 27th., lt20 nnd departed this life April 0th., 192.; Age 1 year, 4 months nnd 13 days. She was n sweet nnd atfectlonnte child and loved by nil who knew her. She wa the young et of a family of three. Those who survive her nre her father and moth-e- r nnd a brother, Kiston and n sister. Kthclyne and a hoit of relatives and friend to mourn her Us. The world thoiK? whose erots livos have ' Warren Card Thanks VlajJcS'Vcatch fyoot Shoppc .) 10 PAGES THIRTY THIRD THE CENTRAL RECORD. TA SECTION 2 t. LANCASTER. KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON. APRIL 13, 1922. NUMIIR To farmIrs e Demonstrate Ad- vantages of Drainage Four farmer In the vicinity of Ilerea hnvr arranged to conduct drainage demonstration thU year In with County Agent K. F. Spence ami the College of Agri-cultu- WOOL CROP Harvested From April 15th. 15th. To April 15. to May 15th. constitute the sheep shearing season In Kentucky during which time about pounds of wool ore clipped as the State's annual crop, sheep men ay. The profit from these fleece d h to make up from of the total Income from the State's flocks, the chief object of the Kentucky heep raiser being the production of lambs for market, it U fleeces arc heavinid. er than the eral sheared because the fiber ha grown sligthly longer and more yolk ha been secreted, It Is claimed. Proper attention to the handling of the wool crop offer ponlbllities for materially increatlng the income from the flock, according to L. J. Horlachcr, In charge of the College of Agriculture sheep work. Some of the suggestion he has outlined for shearing follow: "Remove the burs before shearing. "Never shear wet sheep. "Keep the sheep in dry. clean pen that are free from dust, "Have the hearing floor smooth, clean and bright. "Keep traw and tra.h out of the one-fourtone-thirIjite-!heare- d extenlon division to show farmrra in that section of the State the ndvnntaite of drainage together with the bet praejlre In regard to ' planning drainage s)tcm nml the tile, according to K. G. Welch, farm engineering peclnllt of the college. Those who will cooperate are Charles Jett, lllrhmoml; SI. T. Moure, Itrrea; J. J. Ilelchcr, Crnh Orchard and J. S. Swlnford. Diiputanta. Survey of the areas to he drained already have been made by the college farm engineering department fr4Jr. JHt and Mr. Moore, the form er having installed a portion of the yMem. Work on the other demonstration l expected to be completed soon, j IJJUIrJjJLS fSmimt&m I EASTER SALE STARTS EXACTLY 9 A.Ml I NEXT SATURDAY, APRIL 15 90 Per Cent Of Chicks Raited On Station j Farm Prvrntion of chick dttcaes along with recommended methods of fced-- j Ing and management make il po- -' alble to raiie 1)0 out of every 100 chick that are hatched on the Ken-- , tucky Agricultural Experiment Su-- j tion farm, it l said. On some farm In the State, not more than one-hathe chick that hatch are raised while In several catet, the tot of all chick n ha been reported, the station say. A large percentage of the heavieit loei I due to ome of the common chick ailment which could have prevented, according to J. It. Smith, exteniion poultryman. "The rait common of thee i white diarrhea which i found in two form. lUcillary while diarrhea, which is contagiou and I tranimlt-te- d form hen to chick through the egg, i not common in Kentucky Mot cae of thi dlieaie found in the State are the common white diar- rhea rauted by chilling, overheating the chick, feeding them too soon or overfeeding them, tluttertnilk or our iklmmllk wilt aid in curing and controlling thi trouble "Gape alo i retponiible for many chick Iomc , thi trouble being caused by gape worm getting in the windpipe. Thce worm. live In the ground and come upon the gran when the dew I 1m thtm. blade Putting the chick on ground where chick have never been raited before and plowing up the old run and seeding thrm with a crop it a preventative meature for thi trouble. If thi cannot be doen, it will help to keep the chick on the gra in the morning until the dew l gone. Three drop of rreolln added to each pint of the chick's drinking water alto I helpful. "A few can-- of leg ueakneut have been reported from various parts of the State thi year. Feeding milk or a ration containing bone meat hep to control this trouble. Getting the chick out on the ground a oon a potsible i an important point in controlling leg weakne. If the weather it unfavorable, a piece of sod turned bottom sido up may b placed In the home. Feeding the grain In n litter to exerci.e alto i an Important point" lf poul-trymeinO-'ce j wool. L. I MiZ hter&Akrr .10 AJ iHtt-ftetrMi- tt Crater Xh2l gmmmtSmmSmmKmmmmm MS phrVt7UJrr At IS txipStralntr Pjsitghrvr l" Ji MP JV' 1 "Remove the fleece in one piece without any second cut. "Roll the fleece toward the neck, flesh side out. "Tie with a ttrand of wool or paper twine. "Ute only two .string to the fleece, one each way. "Do not roll or tie the fleece too tightly. "Immediately after shearing pack the fleeces in wool sacks. One sack hou)d hold from 175 to 200 pounds. "Store the sack in a dry place." Nine Shrubs Suggested For Beautifying Lawns There are at leatt nine varieties of scrubs which can be planted by Kentucklans to beautify their home ground, according to N. R. Elliott, of the College of Agriculture. The height the scrubs will attain, the size of the Individual plants and their hardness are the important things to remember in making mas and borwith them, he has der planting pointed out. Deutzla, which grow from four to six feet high, has a white- and pink flower that blooms from May until early June. Thi shrub Is free flow- - . cring and is most satisfactory for planting in group. Pearl Ruih grow from five to ix feet high and hat a white flower that blooms during May and June. It give the best effect when planted are with other shrub. The flower beautiful and may be used for cut ting. Golden Bell, which grows from four to five feet high, has a yellow-flowe-r that blooms during May. This lhurb thould be given a prominent place in the masses and bonier plantings as it has a large yellow-flowe- r that blooms before the leaves appear. Rhodendron grows four to six feet high and has white, red and pink flowers that bloom during May and June. This shrub has a heavy foliage with broad leave and Is especially good in corner hedge planting. Because of the delicate bloom and graceful appearance which it has, Bridal Wreath li said to be one of the favorite shrub. It grow to be four to six feet tall and has white flowers that bloom during May and June. The Lilac grows 10 to 15 feet tall and blooms during May and June, the flowers ranging in color from white to the characteristic lilac color. This shrub is satisfactory to mix in very heavy planting or It can be uted in row. The newer varieties are said to be beter than the older ones. Snowball reaches a height of ten to 12 feet and has white flowers that bloom during May and June. Thi shrub fit in well almost any place in the border plantings since theru are a large number of varieties, some of which ipread more than ot- Qfrl&truJJiJfim 3'af tfiaBmer Xtll JWCt! . fsswtaMBasSsssssssm 1UU lias- 00117211 nmV4UiILJ7 vssassssjss .V.L1H tamMm J ii - 3?t JflPL vtummmmac are StltmilmtmMMw ywnuuwr 1Gmalett -- ttvnxtnue ((hnvvu) ktZW&nmilhmr Omt- - tji mk Why ahould .we Jatx houndt? up. refer to them a Mot of them are only Hundred! of Housekeeper, will be made happy because of this remarkable Special Sale of Aluminum Ware. Probably never again will it be possible for us to offer you such sensational values. An early attendance is urged so YOU will not be disappointed. No Telephone or Mail Or- - There It a time and a place for everything, even to the (laying of the editor. Another ditappointment. Skirts are getting into the price class and are coming down. We fall to undentand why con grew apend so much time in scrap ping over the bonus. The member aro not paid by the hour. ders. No C. O. D. Orders HASELDEN BROS. Mrs. Nannie Kay. Mr. and Mr. Cecil Walker spent Saturday, night and Sunday with Mr and Mrs. Howard Logan. Mr. and Mr. Raymond Burchell and Ktta Bell Kom were the guest Thursday of Mr. and Mr. Sale Hurt, Mr. and Mr. L. W. Smith, Mr. and Mr. Dave Cummin were the guest Pieces Reserved. No Deliveries. No the guetU Sunday-o- f Mr. and Mr. W. M. Black. Mis Virginia Ray Mrs. J. W. Doty and Mi Suama Mae N'aylor were the guest in the afternoon. COUGHS AND COLDS ofl.n Uad to PNEUMONIA recognized today a the greatest remedy ever offered for the relief of us action it twin ucii condition, and certain, good for any kind of cough and bronchial trouble. Once used you will never accept a substitute. It I free from opiates and safe for; children. The bet drug-irUt- a from Coast to Coast sell and Buy a recommend LUNGAKDIA. bottle today and put it squarely to the test, 00c and 91.20 bottle. Far Sals kr cold on the cheat. ly, spent Sunday, near llarrodsburg with Mr. and Mr. Handy Kurtz. Mr. W. K. Whittaker was In l.outs. Mr. and Mr. Ollie Bogle and Mr. vilio, latt week. and Mrs. Jes Hill were In Lancaster, Mrs. Frank laiml and son, Howard Sunday, to see Mr. Samantha Sebastian, who it sick. were in Lexington, Wednesday, Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Brown and Mem Hobert and Hoy C. Long daughter, Mr. and Mrs, Bacom Lexington, latt Thursday. were in Brown and son. snent Sunday with Mrs. Howard King of HryanUville Mr. and Mrs. Hobert Lay ton, near Is vUitlng Dr. Ilendren and Mrs. Mil-leLancaster, Ky. r. BUCKEYE Don't trifle with either a cough or LUNGAKDIA Mr. Lora N'oel sold eight hogs to is Mr. V. A. Lear, at nine and one-half JUDSON McROflERTS DRUG STORE. Thursday afternoon, April 20th at three o'clock. S. S. Sunday morning at 10:16 preaching at II, Raster program Sunday evening at seven o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Cotton and faml Mrs. Itobert Golnes Is quit ill. Mr. Weaver of Lexington, was a Mrs, John Clark was the guest of gueit of Mr. Dave Long and family, Monday of Mrs. W. M. Lane. last week. Mr. J. W, Daily and tons, were W. M. N. will meet at the church the guests Saturday night, of Mr. cent. John Vater. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Moberly were the guetts Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Burchell. ' Miss Suama Mae Naylor was the gueit last week of hr graBd-mothar, Sunday of Mr. and Mr. Jasper Smith. Mr and Mr. Charlie I'oynter who her. have been in Indiana, for ome time Weigela grows from six to eight have returned to Kentucky to make feet tall with white, re dand pink their future home. flowers that bloom during June and Far TtlTM (UunlLn. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Mathews, Mr. v M4 July, It has a. spreading habit, is ? Sy Using U) I'atty Simpton and Mr. and Mrs. eaiy to grow and produces a beautiHobert Simpson, were the guet Sunful bloom. It should be given suffiMr. and Mrs, Wm. Simpson. day of cient room to develop properly. Mr. C. R. N'aylor I a champion Butterfly shrub also grows from hog raiser, having two sow that farix to eight feet tal land produces rowed pig last August 25th and N"Ut MIIUMWIIt Mil M pink and violet flowers In July and again on the 26th of February, makAugust. It requires sunny poiltlon tncunwuioc3MBm.-e- . atuu. ing forty pigs In six month. and rich solL Many.consisder it one Mr. aad Mrs. Tom Pollard were McROBERTS DRUG STORE of the best flowering thrubi. XPECD Cir CUU-Wrt- MOTHER! "" FRIEND Th Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.,!Thurday April 13. 1922 SCALED AIRTIGHT CO-OPERATI- SELLING BOOM the Worthies. Lover jj By CALVIN HENDRICKS Cvpr'leht. till, Wrtlrra I'alaa, Mnce Lucy Merlon' marring to (eorxe 'Irny, months before, she hint not sent any money to Frank ll.nnitt, hut she still went to the let ter box ut the Hitoltlee to look for his letter. When there were none she drew-- it deep brenih of thanksgiving. Lucy Merton Inn with her mother In the llltle otd frame house In Jouk, it tlourlotilng city, wher Frank Dennett wooed tier. That hi ten jeurs ngu, nnd she was n girl of TMLYV MKlr THIs Brings Out Danger Signals 8fo Nn.r with rr rAY ""aaax Qfl 3uronteed cry Waging. walking. It Is the first principle of philosophy tn my Hint he of It not walking. Hit first j.rlncljilscience to say tlmt lie in placing one foot ttffore the other mill bringing the binder one lu turn to the (ore. I he first principle of nrt In my tlmt the man I more tlmn walking, he I ycurnlng; then there urc tltm-- when scientist, philosopher mill Met nil discover of sudden tlmt liy heavens' the mnn Ir walking and none other. Kenneth Surke, In the Dial. Jit a mnn I - I he late cotton crop hna mnn' finite n lot of money for South (.ii"luin negroes. A short time ago one of them piirilmi-n- l ti inr A fw day liler he went back t I the tilotn!ii. "Oip, joil cut unjf of dee here he In- -' ipilreil. "Do you menu bumper. Churller 'Ynslr." "Well. Charlie. do )m want one for Im.iIi iihU of your carl" "Nnwslr. cup. nlti t nobody gwlne I cr kettti Up wit! Ine. All Jea want one fo ill- - front " I long-stapl- e high-price- d Sjftty In Front. BUY - STOCK IN THE i Lancaster Building & Loan Ass'n AND HELP YOUR TOWN Indorsed bj bncasttr and Garrard Costly Ckaattr ef Coawrce 0 KM BY COMMITTEE FIIOM LANCASTEK HANKS Best way to pay far HOME. I marketing la experiencing such a rapid growth In many slates nt the present time that failure mny result in some instances If certain principle of successful organization are overlooked, marketing specialists at the College of Agriculture are pointing out. There must be n real need for the marketing association before It Is formed after which its success will depend upon the organization rind the business methods followed, they say. Sufficient business must be obtain ed so thnt the association may ctTect economies In the handling of products," I). (J, Can), one of the speci alists said. "This volume of business is now commonly insured through written contract in which the pro ducer agrees to deliver hi product. to the association. "Adequate capital for the trans action of business i necessary. This usually Is furnihed by n membership fee, by the sale of capital stock or by securing loans from banks or priv ate Individuals v "Effective organization Is the third chief requirement. The organiza tion should be one which will hold it members together, command at tention in the trade and bring about desired results. "Capable and etficient manage ment is one of the Important points to be considered. The business man ager should be selected for his business ability, his knowledge of the enterprise and his belief In atlve etTort as well as for his honesty "Good business methods nre essen tial if the association i to succeed. The organization will be competing with private business enterprise and unless it can effect greater savings or perform its services as well or bet ter thnn the privately owned firms, it has no place in the marketing sys tem. "A loyal membership that will give the association Its patronage Is an other requisite for success. A co operative marketnig association I or ganlzed for the benefit of its mem bers and the greater the patronage, the greater will be the benefits." flr 'ffJ twrnty. Frank hud cone innn--ttn- Every Ounce of Power Needed So docs other work such as heavy hauling or plow ing. But you can't get the most work from your mules and horses unless they arc fed right. What is it worth to you to have your horses or nutlet in the "pink of condition. Their skins .ill be glossy, their eyes bright and they'll stand erect and firm. You get the extra power you need for heavy work. Thousands of t canisters and farmers everywhere have found that Purina feed actually puts horses in just such condition described to haul heavier loads, and it costs no more to feed. Call up today and learn more about this specially prepared feed. Lots of people you know arc using feed. wet--li- d cally, nnd always: the engscetnrnt wit resumed. Lucy knew no other mm: she was tied Uvwn to her Intnlld mother, and luirdty left the liouce, eicept for shopjdiig. And Frunk had no rlMiU. Some- women lire like was a trnr-elln- e mtiie back periodie Lucy; when lote, nothing ran upset their fill Hi In their Intern Instlnctiie good-neLury felt Hint Frank had never had a chance. About that time she liegnn to letst lilm money small sums, pitifully Mmpeil together out of her scanty Income. So matters Inn) drifted. At last Frank had gone wet. lie wrote home) plowing account of hi opportunities. Would Lucy tocwhrr as much they s. , wrote to her, and rrry time she sent j something. She made herself hellrte, that Frank wrote the truth. It wa five yetirs since she hud seen lilm;l but when he wrote It wns always as Then suddenly her life bad rhangeit.; mother died, and she met (imrgn! Cray, n young arrhlteit of the town.' lie wiMMtl lnr ierltently. In plt of her love for Frank. Lucy felt drnwn toward her new ultor. Gradually she fell In lovr with him. Till change of heart suddenly retealed Frank In hl true color. Lucy now frit that she had eonped from an Intolrr-- I able slavery. The !ra)s moved tu a dlttant lion of the town, nnd Lucy sent no more money. Hut for years she had1 a she cvutd for him to Invest In Innd? It was ii vplenilld dinner for IkiiIi of them. Four or fire Ilinr n )ear lie! For Sale by her loer. BECKER & BALLARD,. Bryantsville, Ky i tier WHEN EVERY MOVE HURTS , ! Men-ne- Earned 6 1- -2 Ct Last PerIauslntal fir Year. Best SURPLUS FUNDS -- J. E. ROBINSON, President Vm. S. HOPPER, Sec't. & Tre. Stat of Waihingten. The state or Washington wns a part of Oregon und wu created n territory In 1S.VI. It wus admitted to the Union ua u Mate 'Si, 1SM. I'eb-ruu- for-nier-ly "1'hey say Hint the nun rlnn six hours later in America thnn In Sncdt-n- , but I had to get up nt the same time, Stockholm. No Allowance fer Lateness. Jonn. Iiiih been to WKit lila son In America mid on hi return remarks; nd get mm hMfw an4 Kort ml bnath In mr 1 eh. I nd iKtmI thaiim tlnml unakl UlW. Faltr't llon.r mnd Tsr fn r.ll- -l lon."l,,lnUlWU, MajvrscUlf, fm, Atwfjrs rsllabU foe Influvnsa and kron chlal couthi, coldt, croup, lltUllnc thraal, "Icau,itslltl1.c.lj May Quickly Follow FLU" KTM 1 ofse 3 TWfVM I ml Mffca 1 M KMrMMMt.lC. B,t fer chlldranand grown parron. u'aa Th Problem. The prohlem of civilization la to keep nllve a aultlclent number of Individual Mho cannot and will not be aubjected to machine, or to tli cliches of tyrnnny; n nonexplosahle minimum of mm who give, hut who cannot he milked, who nre neither afraid of. nor joked under Ideas. Ezra Found. In the Dial. Siamese Flghtlng-Fish- . The government of Slum realizes a considerable revenue from Huh tltztit-In- g by licensed exhibition where fish are mulched agulnt ench other at porting events. The lighting IMi are found in the waters neur there, nnd while not lurse. they urc ferocious tind fight t the death. McROBERTS DRUG STORE others Help yourself by helping who are willing to help you. Meditations Of A Scrub Bull I MAKE SPRING WORK EASIER 8 X! I We handle all kinds of I Farm Implements i I and Machinery at the lowest possible prices. I Vulcan Plows and Points I jjj There Is nothing to be gained by slaving along $t In the otd way when new inventions make f) farm work easier and more profitable. WIRE FENCE-- 6 inch STAY SPECIAL 68cts I I i; PJP)$ Ballard I Becker & irrUTitrirv BBViurcuiiiv uniniuiiiiuiiii naniuvnii sW&k HBH4sssM4K, &KiltiBMKtlS&Wt&G&t&HRs'!&m They call me a scrub bull; yet I have a pedigree. I was sired by a scrub, darned by a scrub, and am tieated like a scrub, and I sometimes hf think that I am owned by a scrub. .My tribe outnumbers pure bred bulls four to one. Just why I should exist is a mystery even to me. Yet, I was I am not responsible for it, brought into the world without my consent and I shall probably leave it against my will. In the meantime I am getting the most vicious pub licity, principally through the farm res.. They say I am a renegade nd an abomination, and should be Ill xterminated. Dairymen passing my owner's form look nt me with contempt; even the cows ahow no rc- pect. My own daughters seem to hold a grudge against me, saying that I am responsible for their low production. I cannot argue the point, for it is true. Hut what can I o? .My owner must think a lot of me personally, or he would not continue to support me, knowing that I can never improve the quality of his herd or be a source of profit to him. These cow testing associations are certainly showing me up, and I can ace the handwriting on the wall. My tribe is doomed! and L'nder f low pricesthe keen competition bulla of good pure bred ( there will soon be no place on tne A Different Matter. farm for me. So, goodbye. I may A building oont rm for can rnle on be gone but not forgotten, for I have Jacks, hut It's n 'Or poker player that retarded the deveopmcnt of tho dairy would try It. Ilo.fi Transcript. m. industry for many years. -- ' J. E. ibwring 't.e ought to be Dorman in the Nebraska Agricultursine thnt l'i-- ' Is going to l.i.ve ru ufh al College extension notes. lu pur the Lddlrr. well-to-d-t 1 I I I ho stop of the pnr-h- , DRUG STORE' hi lint with n flourish, McROBERTS I her. SEASON DUE IF MARE IS I Robins Most Plentiful. iMhiks," he announced. Is safe to say that there are It ! have hen-he touched a nckngn In this country than bin! of TRADED OR PARTED WITH. Mn complete guide for the Iioum' It I very useful for )ounsj any other species. All bird censuses keeper. contrnte'd show this conclusively. The robin has wives. Miike their become a welcome nnd nnd kM-their love."' guest to nil who were born "I don't want any look," said Lucy amid rural scene, He ha secured In it stnilned mii. a place lu our literature. Ho makes PAINT LICK, KY., llennett, without unswerlng. unfit-- i hlmxdf perfectly at home with us, niil the package. and knows all the folks. (.Vi'MH.) Route No. 2. "One dollar down and one dollar monthly will give joii full "e-.o- n of thee three eouipiinlon Milumes," he lontlnued. "VouM belter take them. Don't joti want to make your liusliiind huppyT Don't )uu want to surprise him with'" "I tell yon I don't want liny books," exrlHlmeil Lucy liiillgnantly, rising la her feet. "You think you don't want them, Mui-rii- l lli iiiiett. "Then, I'm mrry Maybe lie's so for your hulnind. that he keeps u couple of, rrv fini nnd you Jnlmo to doll tip and sit around till dsy? Now see Iier' I'm going to leave ll.ce hook, nnd when you've thought the matter over you're going to buy 'em. 1 shall come buck here tomorrow to get my dr.llnr." "H you're not out of here within I one minute, I shall teh phone to my husband to have you iirrested," mid Lucy. "Take yourelr mid your book. out t here, nnd don't ever lit me e your face uguln, or )oil shall he horo whlppeiL," To her numzement, llennett calmly Pee Gee Floor Varnish gives picked up the hook unit begnn to go your floors n flawless, mirror- He did not down the giinlcu walk,. like, MttuotU finish and a hard, vet sny nut thing nor m in Indlguuiit. Hi' vlaitlc surface that does not crack shut the gilt i' behind him. nnd u or peel. It holds a brilliant polish coutile of inlniil- i- later Lucy saw him that water will not discolor and heels will not mar. entering the houe nexfytn her own, j adjoining. beyond the vncunt lots For nil other surfaces that rcvlrcllng and bfautlfting emit at need a All lit onto the eplnnntlon flatbed Varolii. Ul trtultt andwith MlltUctlun are n her. He had not niognlzod her I alwsjs otiialnid UIa He hud Mini l.v bet n trying to tHildle Issiks In hi own chnruclcrl- -' tic, Impuib nt wny. She did not know the transformation tlmt lnve Inn! work ed In her. It seemed n inlrncle. Hut she wii free. He could nut totlih her A loud of now or hurt her again. pain hod slipped from her shoulder. never know. And (icorge I ' " more-robin- s rr nnd looked He ncrndeI nnd. taking off Iimm1 wiitrhlng "I'm selling chilly? Suspect your kidneys and try thn remedy your nilghbors use. Ask your neighbor! Carpenter, Stanford Mrs. Oeo. Tike, lincaster. says: "About ten n letter Iwv. nt the MMottlce. that her' years ago Dean's Kidney Fills cured mother might not know of Frank' I me of a severe case of kidney trou let t its. and the lenr of It had tetcrali ble. My hands and feet wore so months to run. Whenever she passed swollen at times I couldn't put my shoe on or handle anything, either. THIS NOTED STALLION curliwlty drew her to the Irtter-tsit-, and whenever she miw a Inter lnlde. t I had awful p.vlns In my hlpa and she could not help taking It out nnd; across the small of my back. Stiarp WILL MAKE THE SEASON stinging pains would dart through reading It. Her first rrfuml to send money wa my side and up through my spine, AT OUR PLACE, ONE MILE answered with urgent plea and prom-- , that felt like needtra piercing me. le of marriage. Lucy did not write Mornings I felt tired and languid. I WEST OF PAINT LICK, ON again, not evi-- to tell the fellow that was all run down and had no energy she was married already. Tint next to do an thing. ! read how IMwns LANCASTER PIKE, AT letter was Indignant, the next aim- - Kidney Fills had cured peoplr of such trouble, so I started taking slve Then threot follow!. She was seated upon the ;orcli of them. I took several boxes of Doan'a her new home wln-- i man entered the and they cured mn and the cure has permanent" gate and en mo quickly up the path. be-COc. at all dealers. It wa Frank llennett. Lucy knew lilm nt oiio. He had grown much old. Co, Mlrs. Iluffalo, M Y. achy and Lama every morning, stiff all day. worse when It's damp or Amsterdam Has Coed Idea. The prople of Amterdam ara taught how to behave In public that Is, on which side of the pavement to walk how to i .rry cane and urn-- . hrrlla. etc by menre of official tno- -' tlon ptcrirr. WALKING FAT ' n $20.00 to Insure Fosler-Mlltsur- n a Living Colt. Cornett Bros. j t I Bringoutthenatural beauty of your floors I ' nd LumberCo 1 sss 11 e The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, April 13 1922. f GEORGE O. SPOONAMORE FARM in Garrard County Residence Portion in City Limits of Lancaster 319 Acres-Th- e Terms and size of tracts to suit Purchaser. on sEhe property will first be offered in four tracts. APRIL 15th, Lancaster, Sale SATURDAY, residence, on Richmond Street, in1922 Spoonamore the premises, at the George O. BEGINNING AT 9:30 O'CLOCK tile land. TRACT No. handsome ed; residence facing on Richmond street, Lancaster, Ky., with good 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 adjoins tract No. 1. 174' new residence, ACRES, with just complet- 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. 4, 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 terms of this sale will be unusually liberal and easy. The purchaser or purchasers will be required to give bond or bonds, with approved surety for the faithful performance of the contract. The contract will require a payment of thirty-fou- r per cent (!M per cent) payable January 2, 19211, twenty-tw- o per cent (22 per cent) to be evidenced by promissory note due in one year from January 2, 1923, and note for twenty-tw- o per cent (22 per cent) due in two years from January 2, 1923, and note per cent (22 per cent) due in three for twenty-tw- o years from January 2, 1923, nil notes bearing interest from April 15, 1922, at six per cent per annum, interest pnyable annually after January 2, 1923., 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 W. H. BROWN, Trustee in Bankruptcy For George O. Spoonamore. Robinson & Kauffman, 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 contracts. tract TRACT No. No. 2. 3-- 51 ACRES, adjoins TRACT No. 4-- 128 ACRES, well improved, with good residence and is fer Round Chimneys Bait. round clilinnejr, while not so easy uare one, ha decide! In hulli m a advantage oer the latter, says th St'lrntlflc American. It greatly lee. en the friction hetween the walla of the chimney and the rUlng gane. and hi the etualle! wall surface In pro portion to the rros area. The ertl. rlency of a round chimney "Jt Incite In diameter la almost a great a, that of a uare chimney iM Incite ticro. A Ktcpi Sllvtr Bright. In order to keep sitter that I not In constant use In a ciMidltlon, f.tl a paper with alternate laer t forks, spoon anil other object and common flour that U perfectly lrjr. If Hi sllter I bright ami dry whra you put It aw at It may h uwl at any tliu. without Mug cleaned for ti yeal or twit. After thla time tint rbmr k1 "Thiri'i a flsason." "Kthel I taking violin leon." "Is Why, the nmr girl hain't th heT lightest ear for mtilr" "I know. Itut "he In tieuiitlful ellNiw." 1'e.lf ton' WW It Try and Say It. trotcumrjtuli." Literally trunalated.lt mean. "faatdionMdeHa wlthout.ralU patrol ehlcle An automobile In llclglmn It known aa a "tielpanrdelootontrapoortege. once in a while. Safety First. If the stenographer Is middle-ageand plain It is a sign the wife the habit of dropping in at the d Dally Thouflht. Reading maketh a full man, confer ace a ready man and writing an ex. Is la offlca act man- .- It.nim Trimming; Them Up. New Oftlce Hoy (Mease, sir, yoa told me to tile these letters, sir, but wouldn't It be easier to trim them on? with a pair of sclsor. tendon BETTER SIRE SALE 111 PNIEI1EI1CUSTEIEIIKLS neeiM drying uirtiln Ttiln plan great den' of cleaning. save) HEREF01DS SHORTHORNS ANGUS from best hard in the SUtt to be auctioned to farmers Removing the Pinfeathtrs. To remove obstinate plnfeathera from a fowl use one of the ordinary little (ten cent) strawberry hullera that can be bought, almost, anywhere. Points We the Way BANKRUPT Soma Salesman. brother who owned n mar ket. On Saturday It was IM's delight to help In the Mure. One day a neighbor chanced In and finding Kd "Hate you there ahe aked ncrlmi!-chicken today?" "Sure." reonded the youngster, "we hate all kinds, lle. tle.id. ilreed und tindreed." Kd had a ? THURSDAY, MAY 4tk, At 10 A. M. are not disparaging Idealism, but an "Idealist" I too frtntiently a man who has high notion of what the other fellow ought to do. TmiKcrlpt. Ilo-tto- For Others. Dye YovrOM Straw IW Costs Little and Easily Done With BOURBON STOCK YARDS LOUISVILLE, KY. aalaa aro odor! by the United States Government, tba Kentucky College of Agriculture and tba banks of tha State. Tuesday, April 18th. 1922 February. February, the second month In tha Early Cretans, modern calendar, was not In the excavation In Crete have etab-llshc- d Cartful Mrs. Niwlywad. Itomullan year. In the reign ot Numa the exUtence of a peoplt "Mother " "Yes, Kthel" "Will two month were added. January at you do aomethlng for mel" "What Is the beginning, and February nt the wltne form of civilization was ths A huge palaca earliest in Ilurope. IN RE BANKRUPTCY OF T. D. IRVIN ItT" "I wlah you would buy me a roll end. litis arrangement continued to has been unearthed at Knoo with lltgpln." "Why don't you buy one 4K! II. C., when It wn nlgned Its a drainage system described as "absoyourxeif "OH, you know Jim nnd I pteent portion In the calendar. In pursuance of an order directed to inc. I will on lutely Kngllsh" bate only been married ii few weeks and the atore man might think we Don't Worry Over Loss of Lag. were nut getting along loge'ltcr." Htr Class. Onu t Tl .in ....... .1... ...I.I.I, The mistress was rather alarmed YoungMown Telegram over her new girl's sudden. Illness un splderllke creatures called harvest-- ' til the latter explained matter, "You men. which mote swiftly on extraorHomelike Touches, dinary lank tec, over !!0 time tha Shades nnd curtains should be see. ilium," she said, "I wasn't feeling length of the body. They hunt most. chosen to regulate hut not shut oul well nnd I went to the closet, and there AT 2 P. M. in front of the Court House door in Lancaster, Gar- the light was n bottle marked Three drops fur ly tiy night, killing and sucking small ami itlr. Simple, durable, rard County, Ky sell to the highest and best bidder about 13 softly hanging materials, such ai an Infant, six for an adult, and a tea. Insects tsajid drinking drops It of dew. surren. cnusht hr the leir 1 Kxtnful for an emetic,' knew I If one white or cretim voile, scrlui. suits ot acres of land with house and improvements, located at ders It lntantnneouly und stalks or hemstitched, wasn't nil Infant. I wnm't sure about away. Huckeye cheeiH-clotin Garrard County, Ky., on the Lancaster and I rie same sort of prolttahle make good washable which an adult, so I thought I mtut Iw an surrender Is exhibited by some spiders pike, and being the aame land conveyed to T. D. Irvin by Homer may hare nvercurtalnscurtain, of colored or emetic, and I took the soonful,M Hos-to- n and some Innst. such as grasshoTranscript. Ray. Said house and land will be sold subject to the leaso of figured material. pper, crickets und their relatives. McKinley Gay for the year 1922, and possession will bu given SALE! THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED STATES FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF KENTUCKY 1 Don't Throw Away Corks. Often a cork I the handiest thing to have around and yet the hard-ea- t to find. Thla In spite, of the fuel that you pull many corka out of hot-tiIn a week's time. A small box, labeled corka, will come In handy If you put these pulled out corka In II and find a place for It on the pantry (helf. e Thai Jud Tunklns. Jud Tunkln siyx there's n big advantage In ulng long word. Any. body would ruther take what you say for granted than Ik put to the trouble of looking In the dictionary. Too Much to Eipectf "I expects all my friend will be ungel some day." auid Uncle Kben; rty undertake to play de "but harp I hope de mo' of 'em wilt have a rhumv to tiiKe mulc lenon." DYE r ...... -- Mc-Crea- ry, Kuhit Dr tomM (a faartera dH.rat color, with dfrvctioBs on each pickax far nltlns. o thit alsvMt anr shad dslrd b um It Is so mr evnobtsinxi. ran applr staple u wtU a chllJ that it and It poilttrrly nuke old straw hsu kk (mh and tw, Ua nutur haw soil! and ftdod your old straw hat. Nuhat Dr will it a bwitiful flnlih and make tt a Elmlr this yrar's cnattan. Nuhst coiare are pmunrnt. wstarproaf. kairas the straw soft and pliable to it want track, fad or run. Always call far Kuhat and be sure too irrt it. Anr UniSiUt or department star will ehaw yuu the faurUea color Nuhtt Color Card. If your cannot supply too. orJ.r direct from ut. I'rtc. Buu color desired. L. P. Christaaa Company, Jackson, Teas. llr ti. At Home and Abroad. Art and Free Will. on January 1st., 1923. Also at same time and place will sell When I was u ) nun tier we lived A youngster who baa Determinism robs art ot Its fundaon u farm, and us my p.ircnu were deone red cow and one lot of Blacksmith tools. a cultured mother and has received vout church members the preachers mental right to exist of Its autono careful training all tils younf sweeps Individ mous expression. Sale will be mude subject to confirmation by the Court, and and their families were always wel uul Into the crowdIt and makes tha the mot bis luncheon alone downtown life, had I bad G months time and purchaser will come to ouum at uuy time thT land will be sold on 3 and recently. Is exceedingly quite a case on the preacher's young-- t crowd subservient to Indexible forces j careful of Ills family borne, bis diet at but tba be required to execute bonds with approved surety, bearing G son, a lad of ten years. One day It overlooks man's consciousness oi boy placed on bis own tray baked Ibey till drove Into the yard Just aa his place la the universe; forget hbj per cent interest from date until paid. beans, a dill pickle and brick of tea dinner was ready. Well, my brothers temperamental preference and reducea himself to deter, The personal property will be sold on a credit of 3 months, and I hud to "wait" while the preach-er- s htm to a nirdianlsm through whlca cream, howlie timed he mine quickly could contuua fatuity ate dinner with the older blind life operates as bet It can da the beans with with interest from date and approved surety. a soup spoon, used a no conclusion It takes no heed ot folks. And I hungrily watched my to knife and fsrk for tbe brick errata, young love eat six pieces ot chicke- n- the teleology which give art Its glord Couldn't Stand That. L. G. DAVIDSON, Trusted and there was none left for ua. TUaf cured me. Kxcbauge, ious significance. Its Imperishable beauty. Thomas O. Craven, la tlM) Dial. Original "Bill of Health." health ts a certlflcste bv aued to the master of a vessel when clearing from a port. When no disease ot an Infectious nature exUta la the port, the bill Is kaown aa a clean alll of health; It Infectious disease Is suspected or there la possibility ot aucn. It Is called a suspected bill, while In case of such ilttaia sadat-teIt Is known aa a foul MM. The axpresslon "clean bill as! healtaV la and threw tba pickle at a schoolmate often applied te InJMduala, who. who sat at aa adjoining table. Hlda after a physical exsmlaaUea, are rado limes. found In perfect health. A bill of Th Central Record. Lancastai . Ky. .Thursday, April 13 1922 PRACTICE REQUIRED CUNNI CHAPEL Mrs. F.llrabeth Matthews Is quite SEED POTATOES GARDEN IN HANDLING TOOLS 'Qardencr Knows Hew to Mania ulate Spatfe er Ferk. Soil sick. Mr. John Land had a hone to die las tweek. Prof, and Mrs. Adams will close the school here Friday, Master George Kurtx was quite ill with croup last week. Messrs. Taylor Hurt and Harlan Davis are on the sick list. Miss Allene urt is with Misses Ida and Peachie May Hurt for a visit. Miss Annie May has returned to Beren after a visit with home folks. Mr. and Mrs. Kobert Parson and with children spent the week-enrelatives. Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Davis were with Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Hall part of last week. , Mrs. Printus Walker and children, of lncastrr, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Ray Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Hughey Moberly and daughter spent the week-enwith Mr. nnd Mrs. Harvey Teater. Mr. and Mrs. Lige Hurt and Miss Allinc Hurt were guests of Mr. Marion Hurt, near Bound Hill last week. Mr, Lee Irvine and Miss Maudie Douse were united in marriage recently nnd are with Mr .and Mrs. J. I). Itobbitt. rt Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Teater, e Teater and son and Mliucs and Bessie Teater were guests of Mr. and Mrs. K. II. Chandler at Lancaster Friday. Sunday School was at the Methodist church with 40 in attendance Sunday. The time set for the service is three o'clock. Mr. Moie Humphrey is Superintendent. d d Ho-haBer-nic- Better Sires For Sale "BRED IN OLD KENTUCKY" HRBD Is n SEED, ONION SETS SEED SWEET POTATOES. and Clod FRESH FISH Carefully Cut In Thin Slices Brohart Up aa Warta Geo On English and Frsnch Arc Ahaad ef Us. It The sire is the better half of the herd nntl the Pure paying investment. Ladies and Childrens Trimmed Hats Mens Hats and Gaps. Hosiery, Notions, Gro- ceries and Tires. ALL AT FAIR PRICES r tht VnfdA DsMnM r Atiltullui I art In handling a spade or spHillne fork nftd It Is only the gnrdeuer who knows this art who gets Ids garden soli In the best possible A gteat many gardeners fondltloii, have an Idea that the only thing necessary Is to work the surface up Into buse chunks and then Miund these Into pieces with the hack of a hoe, but, sajs the l.'nlted States Department of Agriculture, the gardener who really knows how, spades his soil very carefully, rutting It In t'lln slices to trrpr4 There tl 12 BIG RUGGED POLAND CHINA BOARS FOR SALE AT A PRICE TO MOVE THEM QUICK. Is an Watch this corner every week for bargains in nil kinds Pure Hrcti Stock. Dixie BROS. & J. Stock SANDERS LANCASTER, Hsads It 1st In a while we e soma body who reminds us of what you ran do with iwuniits M. AMON, Farms. PROP. I'mle IJben, "don eepiln when bsj for a worker aaf In de way." KY. Sanders Variety Store BRYANTS VILLE .Mr. Robert Fox was in Lexington Saturday. Mil Zillah Dawrt was in Dnnvlllc shopping Thursday. Rev. A. P. Jones was the guest Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. flecker. Mr. Eira Woods has gone to Louis-an-a, where he has accepted a posi-tio- . ta7 MIl I When LoAltr Oecomss Kiery once II li.. bufer do no speiisi tries to be i. "A Pst. i Insltse r 'sr.k t'n' Nlie n. Messrs. George and W. J. Broadus were in Stanford Monday on business. Miss Mary Brown was n week-enguest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo, Drown. and Miss Mrs. O. M. Morelnnd Zillah Dawes were in Lexington shop-pind Sunday on account of the illness of thier uncle, Mr. Henry Baughmnn, of Stanford. Miss Zillah Dawes and Mr. B. A. Dawes, Jr., returned home Monday after several days stay with their brother, Mr. Collier C. Dawes and Mrs. Dawes in Paris. Why do people whitewash board fences? For the same ycason mills bleach flour to color up something they don't wnnt the public to see. Glen Lily, the only unbleached. Garrard Milling Co. Sport for the Clerks. chip In an Kmporln (Knn.) k grocery store looked so much brown sugar several people stop(ed Simple Toots Esstntlal in the Cultlv. and put a handful In tlielr mouths. tlon ef Bumpr Crop. the worse The more they the lather got, and the store clerks the full depth of the spade, then breakwho naturally dislike people who luncb ing up each spadeful as he goes, using the edge of th spade or spading fork 9tt the store had a day of real sport. for breaking the clods. costly utoaucn. No mntter how much work Is done One of the calamities of tnedleral on the surface a poor Job of spading England was directly due to overln can never be remedied and. while diligence In liquor. Henry I'a son the surface may be loose and mellow and heir, William, was to salt from the underlying soil wilt be rough and Trance on the White Ship. The Nor- cloddy so that vegetables planted upman sailors got drunk Just before they on It will not do well. A good plow starlet for England, and the vessel man turns oter the furrows evenly was lost with ull on board. It was and of uniform depth. The same prinn coMly debauch, for hy removing ciple hold In spading, and the spade. Henry's only male heir It opened the fills should be of uniform thickness way for n civil war mer the suc- mid dopth and every one be turned cession when he whs no more. evenly. The gardeners of England and Once Worshiped. .Cats our American Knince are After the Iti'iiu.nN tottnneretl Kgypt, gardeners Infar ahead of of soil prepthey, with tlielr uin.l Mgiiclty, tolerand we could well learn a ated ml love or worlil;. Ploilnrus aration,froii) them. In preparing their lesson tells' the t" rj uf u iimti tearing u It over Roman soldier "to plcveV becitue he land for planting they fork very rurefully and mix with the soil had acclilen'Hili.- - Main rut. An oltlce considerable quantities of manure. of keeper of . :tt whs hereditary. The mixing, however, Is so well done In This Turks mlopttii ells ilnmeMlm. Hint the manure disappears In the Cnlro boniel. si nil' ueri fed hy order Hiid an Intimate part of of the kmlm Arointing to Ijine, the soil There are no slipshod methods It. Nights, the In translator f iNe AmUiiin the work of these English and '.. i;.r Sullun ) l!olNr founded a French gardeners and they are home fur ul In n gunien near Ids to grow more on an acre than Mime American gardeners grow on Ore acres.' A little land well prepared, Limited Knowttdgt. the Department of Agriculture be"What kind of ncoiile are those sho lieves. Is better than a large area have Just moved in next door to you?" improerly fitted. Get the habit of asked Mrs. (ladder. "Oil, I never talk doing tilings well, It pays In the long about my neighbors," replied Mrs. run. . ... Herdso. "All I know about them Is that their luff cume n one toad, that only one of tlie bedsteads has any GET EARLY CABBAGE PLANTS brass on It. most of the furniture or looks old. there's six In the family, His They Can Be Crown Indoors) Shipped In From Points In children nri' nil boys, they have two Warm Climates. dog, the lit.. n Is ubuut twenty years older than Hie woman, they had Early cabbage plants for setting In squabble will, the driver of the vaa when tl.ey eiet with htm mid theli the garden run be procured In two ritislmrgh Clironlcla-- ways, suggests the United Slates Dennine 1m partment of Agriculture. They can Telegmpt either be locally grown Indoors by some plant grower or they can le. hlpied III from a southern point where the cllmutic conditions are such that the plants ran be grown In tlie Plants grown oH'ii ground. an often advertised us "frostproof" plants. While this term Is rather misleading, the plant arc really-verhurdy unil will wlthstund considerable cold. The gnat dlfflculty with rnlbuge grown In greenhouses, hotbed or In the home Is that they are soft and easily Injured either by wind or cold when set In the gnrden. This difficulty, however, run be to a consider by properly able degree overcome burdening the plant to outside conditions before selling them lu the ballot right but you cars to. A On Even Terms Now, No. Junius; now that I I rim never be yours, be mine. If you really hara IN THE DISTRICT OF THE 8fli 1 d jr Tuesday. Mrs. Edna Liglctte and son, Mas- ter Eugene, are visiting her sister, Mrs. M. G. Gotshall. Dr. and Mrs. B. C. Rose and son, guests James Lear, were week-enof friends in Lexington. Mr. and Mrs. Forest Curtis were week-en- d visitors of his mother, Mrs. Ellen Curtis, of Richmond. Mrs. E. II. Elder, of Nicholasville, was the guest of her daughter, Mrs. J. Hogan Ballard last week. Mrs. W. K. Davis spent several days last week as the guest of her father, Dr. endren, of Buckeye. d Ncsring the End. uinn ! ool t hen tie is Inclined, on account of the inclement wenther, to In th rmatter of Kobert Kankfn, poatMiiie a elitinlestlne dinner engagement with it 'mlv Chicago America. Bankrupt, in Bankruptcy. To the Creditors of this Bankrupt: Notice is hereby given that on Woman's Plscsl the said bank"Women at breakfast." said Hrlc, April 3rd., "are a contradiction In terms. Tbey'r rupt nf Boyle County, Kentucky, ntit nf tilarf.llk rol.ir sr n fnnernl was duly adjudicated Bankrupt and Their bedroom doors ought to b that the first meeting of Ms creditors -Way of will be held looked till 10 a. lit,"--rrat the Court House in Itev elation." bv Wilfrid ItMwrt. Danville, Kentucky on April Kith., Country's Heaviest Timber Growth. 1922 at 9 .00 A. M. at which Long Suffering. The forest servhe says that tht Scientists say that this old world of time the Creditors may attend, heaviest growth of limber III the Unitclaims, their appoint a ed States Is on the (llyinplc peninsula enirs bssn't varied more than n sec- prove In making Trustee, In the state of Washington This srenj ond or two since examine the Bankrupt, and has been glaciated lit soicral er1nds. Its annual trip around the un. Con- transact such other buiiness as may sidering the IrouUte and tunimll It has properly come said meeting. carried along, the record Is Jslly From Elephant's Tuiks. Danville, Ky.. April fith, 'J2'. Klephsnt tusk Jelly Is highly reeom- - ( NKI-SOD. KODKS. mended. In Kugllsh factories, whrrn .V Rtal Mtasurt of Worth. many tons of tusks are sawed up Iteferee in Bankruptcy. not revolve The whole world snuually, for knife handles and other NOTBCrsditorv cannot partici, around any man only n small Hirtloii pate uh-sgreat quantities of liory dust in the management of the esThis dust Is sold forflienrn of It. When n until undertakes to tate of the distribution of assets una pound, nnd, when proerly boiled ami make ! iiiMlf the center of n larger prepared, It makes n very fine nnd pure iMirlloti be must show hlintelf north?. til they prove their claims on form jelly which Is frequently prescribed Worth tijliiy u measured by service' rerjulrrd by the Bankruptcy Act. and I file same with the Iteferee. to fellov lie i. Mt by dollars. for the lck. UNITED STATES FOR EASTERN DISTRICT OF KENTUCKY IN BANKRUPTCY lU. oin Iit er Mrs. E. II. Ballard and Mr. J. Hogan Ballard attended the funeral of Mr. Henry Baughmnn in Stanford; Mrs. J. C. Woolfolk, of Lexington, has returned to her home after a pleasant visit with Miss Bessie Gul-ley. 11 Announcing DUNN 1 BROS., NOTED OF METHOD Mrs. were V. d T. Woolfolk Woolfolk, Marguerite week-en- and Mis of Lexington, guests of Miss Maymc Ballard. The Ladies' Aid Society of the Pleasant Grove church will have an Easter Exchange at Goodloe & Walker Bros, store. . Miss Mayme Lee Ballard and Mrs. P. Brown attended the Kussell Eastern Star meeting in Lancaster, Tuesday evening. Miss Allie Mae Edwards and Mr. Robert Edwards attended the Opera at Danville entitled "Way Down East," Saturday evening. Mr. J. Hogan Ballard and Mrs. E. H. Ballard were called to Stanford Selling Tires. Having been in the wholesale tire business for a number of years, we have decided to discontinue sellinj; at wholesale and sell direct to the consumer and you will note by our price list printed below how jjreat is the saving. Hear in mind every tire sold by us is guaranteed to be absolutely perfect in material and workmanship and is guaranteed. SIZE 30x3 30x3l2 FABRIC $ 6.95 8.65 11.92 14.25 15.25 16.10 CORD $ 11.80 TUBES $ 1.46 Which Do You WANT? "OLEN LILY" 31x4 32x4 33x4 ..19.75 34x4 32x4 12 33x4 34x4 . ia a . 20.30 21.25 23.95 24.90 26.00 33x5 35x5 30.80 32.20 1.74 2.15 2.20 2.35 2.45 3.25 3.35 3.65 3.95 4.00 FLOUR with its Creamy Color, Rich Nutty Wheat Flavor Light and Fluffy Or A Bleached, PLANT EARLY IRISH POTATOES Put Them in Ground Just Bsfers Time for Last Spring Frost to Get Good Start. Mail orders given prompt attention. Send us check or money order for amount and we will ship tire by parcel post. If you are not pleasetl when tire arrives, return same to us and we will cheerfully refund money and prepny all charges. Phosphate Cured Dead Woody Taste GARRARD MILLING CO an Early Irish potatoes may be planted a little before or about the time the Inst spring frosts occur. This will iortunltj to make it give them an start and reach the surface of the ground by warm weather, Irish pota toes require frequent cultivation and should be gradually hilled up to form quuntltles of manure u bed. Great care should n't be used. thouh'i be taken to uvold seed affectei! by smb. fls Ibis disease develips rar oily mid greatly Injure the quslllv t'tdlcd Mtilm IteparluieM of Agricul ture, DUNN BEOS., TIRE Phone 125 Third Street CO. Danville, Ky. The Central Record, Lancaster , Ky.. Thursday April 3, 922 1 1 Alan's Business Opportunity By WINIFRED DUNBAR CITIZENS Ualsn. ED I TOR LAL Prosperity The ADVANCK.MKNT OF LANCASTER IS TO THE HBARTS OF TUB LANCASTER MEN. In CLOS-KS- T KUSI-NESS JOSEPH'S EXCLUSIVE LADIES OUT- l'rrtM, till, v..un MtuMf NATIONAL BANK THE BANK THAT ALWAYS TREATS YOU RIGHT. Revii'd Version. "Kthel," said ihe bishop, "you seem to he a bright little j:lrl: inn ynti at u verse from the Hlhli'!" "I'll aay I run." "Well, in) dear, let ua hat II." "The Uird la my shephefel I should worry." Florida Times-Uniore-ien. A tid or u shuke ef Itii' head was the Invariable ruli' with John iNir-ar- t! In htnlium iltnlliiKK Jut now lie had Mlli thee definite Indies ( line. In a trtuiiwctlnri FITTERS ONE PRICE OUR and QUALITY "You won't consider II, Mr. !r-M-ttalmost plalntltel) Interrogated his visitor, Almi llarrt-ll- . A pi In Inr shake ef llir head, nml li keen nit merchant ilrvw Hmr I'd h If lu linllrale iers arrosa tin that the Incident Mai ilifil ami Hint lir wlidied In set ,u,i( U dt umii ier aoiial tiu'lne. 'Hi jwuripT man seemed dreadfully depressed and "Why can't I hae )our daughter, Mr. lKirrIH" lie demanded. "Vim will hale It mil with mr, Mill you?" Inquired bluff, almost cruel John IKirnftt. "Will, I'll tell )nii, My daughter Blanche ha heen ued tn luxury. What hate you to offer!" "I hate a (airly kimhI toltloii, (!(), (Ml Invested In bonds and some Inler. Italic e "Hah!" railed tin- - oM tyrant. "Your rash would Jnt mIkiuI rover the kind nf a wedding my Blanche must lime An to llir rest uf It waiting for dead In"' ! a man' ir business. It' tlif iiin I'm looking at- - no N. t I ilnn'l liut wearer fur my rarr how jioor he may he, for I hme plenty nf minify, ami to spare, lint He's he's got tn hate boidness gut to tin something worth while, which would show tlmt with mature year he would I m hulnc success" l am doing my full Out) lu tin hum-hiKltlnn I Ttipy," declared Alim rather Indlgnantl) "1hn make some xrtintlll' out-lilof It to show jour mettle," ad' vised the nienhstit fact they stand rcntly to lead us forward In n Krcat movement of civic expansion, progress and prosperity. HUT THIS CALIS FOIt ON THE PART OF ALL OUR CITIZENS. The actual putting of our shoulders to the wheel and Hoost! Such Hoost!! HoostHI MOTTO. ttk C. K. ENGLE GROCERIES EVERYTHING AND NOTIONS. helc. can he extended by induljfinK normal husiness transactions, normal business patronage and hy so doing bring about normal business conditions and PROSPERITY FOR EVERYONE in KINNAIRD BROS. Dealer In Cold Storage Leave. Ksfn mid heetc lire not the only thing that are kept In told Moroge. The fresh fern lcnes that ndnrn Ihn )uti. Linn tnhles of liolels on occasion lire pri'liulih from some Ice chest and are laken out as demanded, Tbt-r prew. er likely, In some lllnge and were shipped hy the ion during the summer month". It l nld New York eltr I.VV i fern frond etery year and sumo New Knglnnd wixkIs lime hecii "- liudiil of the til ii nl. wiMid-mu- n" CONCERNED. Conservatism Is a good thing on many occasions but when it comes to hoarding your finances, indulging in ratlical biisincs-- s pessimism or adopt a " "scared-lo-death- DODGE BROTHERS MOTOR CARS, GOODYEAR TIRES, THE BEST. Commissioner's Sale Of Land GAHRARD CIRCUIT COURT. Plaintiffs, R. l!a.eldcn ct, al, Vs. Defendants. J. T. .Manuel, et al, Pursuant to n Judgment rendered 1U2Z. the un at the March Term, dersigned Commissioner will sell at public auction to the highest and bcrt bidder, at the Court House door In Lancaster, Kentucky, at 11 o'clock A. M.. or thereabouts, on MONDAY, APRIL 24th., 1922. the real estate mentioned in the iruirt." J. F. HOLTZCLAW HOUSE FURNISHINGS !'i attitude of commercial retrenchment then you are not only doing yourself an injustice but your own community, It adjacent territory and all the people therein. Thus spending your money freely for what vou need hecomeH a proposition PERMEATED WITH THE SPIRIT OF LIVE AND LET LIVE. An opportunity to benefit yourself by benefiting your neighbor. An opportunity to serve and serve protUnbly. heart-to-hca- rt TUBES, ACCESSORIES R. H. BATSON'S CASH STORE CLOTHING, SHOES AND GENTS FURNISHINGS. rn. "Everything For The Home." r J. E. DICKERSON AND SON LADIES OUTFITTERS WE ARE AI.SO URGING YOU TO KEEP YOUR DOLLARS AT HOME. We are asking your person-a- l support in boosting ami buying merchandise SOLD OR MADE IN LANCASTER. For truly the Financial Asset of any community is the gauge used in measuring its prosperity. Increase these assets and ! Mr. There was an Interruption. IWsett picked tip tin- - telephone reSome nrrent rail mmmiiNeit ceiver hltn tn another pflit of the htilldlnt lir made such liiikt tlmt le neither prosperity increases. Deplete them and prosperity shrinks. The newcomer in our city; the business man looking for location; the capitalist for investment ALL INQUIRE FIRST AS TO THE SIZE AND CONDITION OF THE COMMUNITY'S ASSETS. FRANCIS-SMIT- H MILLINERY AND NOTIONS. WHERE THE THOUSANDS SHOP. Alan at asked Alan tn go nor May Marin vani'ly at a full page adver It tin In a ilnlly pair nounred tliat portett A Co. would present a 12 I')' 'Jit Inch Amrrlrau dag fret to each vlltor of the nest iIhv; n a imtrlnt liaal that follimlnc a onr of tin- - ratili holiday. Tlil trailr oiwrtunltlr that hail tmllt thr K'lUt inrnMntllc luiU'r. r Mm.' Acalll the trlrilinlli' TIliTr MB tin to rtilj AUn liMltatnl. Tli-hr t'lrlmt tip tl.r rwi-lir- r A t'o.T Jf, Tlit la tl. .Vir Kantrrn (Vutral frrUht hnu. tliouranil flur, IiIi(hi1 from of to )i'ii, ilrrnllitl nml burtinl ftirlnf ii. lant nl c lit Haw tittlnil thr lill Continental I'lajr Co.' -llrllo'" Oarulatiil Alan, "thlkj Mr' Mtin to l iin of Mr. ilrtra kwl f What lll 0it4irtuiiltl he do mm ? Pk anil thf' Ilr inllril up Sirlncfli-Cuntliit nlkl Flap 'iniauy. t'ouhl thi-' hli fiiirr on iilik orilrr twrn. ty tliiniiianil Yi ly p Ainrlmu t1K1 linli-- r kohl ilav Thoucht rot. tln-tnwTlnc-a-llni- F. B. MARKSBURY AND COMPANY Don't knocjrk. EAT MORE BREAD when you can jret (It'ori; Washington Hour made from selected soft winter wheat unexcelled for line cnke.s, biscuits and pastry. "lfktt itM-nt- ) The habit of spending your money, folks for purchases in some other city is not only another form of HANKING THAT MONEY THERE IN THE FUTURE. It cannot be used to satisfy the obligations of our people, to transact the commercial life of our city or to be into improvements that make it more attractive. If every person living witnm the confines of Lancaster will think this matter over, stop and reason within themselves, PERSONALLY TRACE THE DOLLAR SPENT AWAY FROM HERE, what becomes of it and how it personally affects themselves they will certainly take a renewed pledge of Loyalty to the Rusiness'Men of this city AND STICK WITH IT. Our Stock it kept alive and Ou prices are right. Our aim is to fill your wants. e. Public Square Thone 184. HOTEL KENGARLAN Mrs. A. F. Sander. Manager. pleadings and described as follows: Located In Garrard County, Ky. Beginning at a stone formerly an elm corner tn Middleton and Marksbury; N. FS'a, W. 33.40 poles to n beech near gate; thence N. 80, W. 02 polca V. to a stake; thence N. 87 (3.12 pole to a small locust; thence S. fe3 3 4, W. 37.50 poles to n stone, where an ash stump formerly stood; thence South 41' poles tn a stake on a branch, S. 89', a, W. 24 poles to a lynn stump; thence N. 24, E. 109 division thence riolesS.to a stake; 245 polesthe a stone S8s. K. S. 4 Mi, to V. 7014 In a lane; thence poles to the beginning, containing' 98 acres, 3 rod and 29 poles .tess 14 acres and 8.57 poles conveyed to T. I. Herring, and 4 acres and 3 rods conveyed to M. G. Aldridge. The purpose of said sale is to satify the lien debt of the Commonwealth Life Insurance Company of Louisville, amounting to date of sale to $3,790.24, and for satisfying any other liens that may he adjudged against the property m the future proceedings in this case, together with the estimated cost of this action, amounting to $225.00. 3-- Groceries, Cigars, Tobacco, Candies, Fruit. An excellent Restaurant in connection. Take your Sunday 6 o'clock dinner with us. TERMS. The sale will be made on a credit of six and twelve months, and the will be required to execute r. Iortt'ii SH-a- . y fr inok up atMltik roihr however Iota, Thm lati tU Wl r Yr, nt il low.'"Woulil that the ira-h- The urceful way for the city dweller to water planta U to put them In the hath tuli and nir a HumThey khoilld ility of water over 'um - well konked l idly the under for It I there iiirfnre of the lean Wattrlno Plants. lnerti are ttllid Education In lcUnd It I xald tlmt toe imputation of Ireland l wholly literate. The mitMimd. Ine fart nf the educational ajmtem la thnt parenta me reotiklhte for toarh Inc their children the elementary t'hlldreu under 14 mimt take ) early e.tnmlunllona. kiib-Ji'ft- n. World Orewmg vVorie tup-'eu iiiutern lu hit hunt for tin l mini, hut there trim lni are poiui.t that hit wnulilu't Ii.imucceful een If i . IiIIkIu. hv l uil lliEom STATEMENT of the Ownership, Man tt Curchaser approved security, for the purchase price, payable to W. II. due Brown, Master Commissioner, in six and twelve months respectively, with interest at six per cent per annum from date until paid, having the force and effect of u judgrjent, upon which execution may issue, and a lien will be retained upon the land until the purchase money is paid. V. H. Brown, Master Commissioner Garrard Circuit Court. - m-- i i onltr Tlo-- aililri'. pn-- it. roiiM mako up th'" hlp to ami Alan Imik to th- oitW full, i r In law - I , Alan trlElit "Why Alan'' ll fouml lllaliiln' wt tin- - ofllfo Shi-ktviiiml tmrful. a If h- - hnil Iwn plraillnc lth hrr hartl harli'il fkllur nt Alan. Ttf littler ftiwlfil Jnll'liiC a tolrfram hrforr him lth n "I "Will, jonnc man." he Krowh-'ljmi'ro hero acalnt" nml then he t hl HintiHfier whom liirinil to "ix-ahe hail eililentl) Jut ent for "Sf here, llnrne." he knlil lHrplyeihlhltllii: the leleKmm fnuN SpriiutliliL "All thi,M flap we onh'iii; tiurmil up In u urek. tiet your men ,iit nt once, mi matter what tin puy. we mutt lime the tluc we aivertlet, . ' of llif Rocks Ate Very Old. Required by the Act of Con-grc('alcillutlolm of the rule ill which nullum Ueiiitk lulu lend, lend to the of Aucuit 24, 1912. Cktlumte thnt the nhleM rot k of which we Limw Hiiihltit nre more than Of the Central Kecord, published fiftvili I.umI-- iI million of ) mm old. weekly nt I.ancater, Ky., for April, . agement, Circulation Commissioner's Sale of Land J. GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. Plaintiff, V. Gulley, Vs. Defendants. Milo Simpson, et al. $6.00 Pays for Both SUBSCRIBE FOR YOUR HOME PAPER ' ' So Oitft'tnt From Her Own. ,1111111 with children do iiv-In Vii'" r iiiiuki ii ii iln it IikikIiii: little iUv ililldriii rotup woimiu. "Uln-i- i Lriiuti'l on the icon they don't muke ' a launch- of Ml l'' Ji nie A THE CENTRAL AND RECORD , 3. Ht Mcuietrap. trout wan niUKht hy l Hurl nur of I'ntc rou, N. J lu the tliiMie, Cunudn, June John' A Fuh l.iifi 1'iiH.k nml when opened It found that tlx Moiimrh contained nine mice, the of them quite large. in I1CI. rlr. to the piople Tiny miitli't ilo It now," I'I'k l' "' lal" "I douhl If Jim ilritt III the uhole miirket,'' ,uhiHltliil the inatiucer. "One wonl. Mr, lirntl." htoke In out In Alan "perliiip I nm help your illleiuiiin." Horn It A ' neer yet fnlleil III n l ri'inle THE LOUISVILLE HERALD , i i I in Kentucky's Greatest Newspaper )u You Should Read j The Rotary. The wonl "roMir)' U derived frota the Latin "rtwarluiir: which wu orlsl null) ii rnrlaiid of runs nml iimi! to crown the Imnce of the Vlruln Mnry. t ue It wni Ah h rooiiry In It lnitlnile In honor of the Virgin hy St. Iioiiilnlc. my ever ad he wion? man liinine," Wluiievcr 1 um a Ti' i'ku i.llciiihl. lulled Ii, un cae I alwaya l.nxe Mime one point the patient out to me hefore I nuike lite oxuuilrnitlon.' TiiM'kii I'npllitl I twenty tlnmaint 12 hy '" lliiKk for ale. ' "What are )oll ilolnc with twent) Hie fiutnV ilimaiile thriiMiiiil amaxeil iniTi hunt. "Why, I learned there wmx ii "hurt-arIn the cimmU IimUv nml n liirce "Your "Y. lr. I lm The Louisville Herald A metropolitan daily paper that contains a complete telegram and cable service covering the world. State news from correspondents in all parts of Kentucky. The Herald's local service gives all the newa of Louisville and suburbs. Society, Financial, Market and Sport pages, are in charge of the most reliable authorities on these special subjects. I Theie la tin Flrtt. iliaiui' of Juitk-lu- Oemnml m I -- ineteil." ilM sou learn 111" ehalleiurel hrlMMni: up Mr. "Throuch your telephone, mi horn the prlnet-ple4o- f You tmifilil u Klnre. mptiirlnc opportiinltlc--- l turn1 trliil tn follow jour aihlre. You ean lomornw "Whni Ineit, ulrlimly have PorM-tt- . naiplnc." twenty Ihoiikaml Dae. Mr at fifty ilollnr n thniii'nnil." "What Ponhle the mntket prlieT' "That l the n nally of helm: iiiueIiI thoe Does it mean anything to you to be supplied with M.kmo Lite Llvabli. S' liicl. it in. ulunyi. he luklliK the Jo) out f life, yet coilhl not euMly du m If xsipit were fHKUUeil III putitiic Joy iiiln life. To luuke life ' lhiii Ii' we iuut meet ut.d otertoiue eu'ry iiin.ieiiie whoe tcniUncy U to dcMrny liuiiiuii oiiilciilini tit nml tiMpjil- lu-'l- Mr wnel ht niHliairei from the room. Then he utarteit t leave hlni'elf. "Ymmc man." he nll to Alan, "ynue tnaile -a ery pood khoutnir and aeem to know- how tn Improve an op imrtunlty when lh" iKTaklnn nrle, You mny mine up In the limine to e lltanrhe unre In awhile." Anil when he hnil ifone nwny Alan rmhrarvil the hluahlnc Invablo oppor tnnlty at hla l(le. Ami hefcre they parted th wrOdlnf ilut wei all bat Mill !iitt a daily newspaper that interests every member of the family? Then it is the Louisville Herald you want in addition to your local paper. If you also desire the Sunday Herald add $2.50 to your remittance. Order your subscription through THE CENTRAL RECORD LANCASTER, KY. j111 I Time on Shipboard. liella," "four Ulla," etc., vrlKlnaled n the method of telling time ahoard hlp. on iiccount vf tin- - twenty-fou- r houra lielnc dhldeit Into kit walrhe of four houra each, thUH havlm; ome one nwnke nil the time. The partak'eof lime was uf no tin. tirtiiurt! except to the wutch on deck, xi the hell wan utrurk to tdiow how had luin-c'd-. Thui liiauy "even hellf" would mean m'vcii hnlf. tour hnd elupneil: t til udzM uieun lmlf iflit three, litf-iuk- l eletru, or "Tw-- o Mis," "thrw hulf-hour- State of Kentucky, County of Garrard. Before me, n Notary Public in and for the atate and county aforcinid, personally appeared K. - Elkin, who, havlni; been duly sworn accordinn to law, depom and says that he ii the 1'ublUher of the Central Record, and that the following i, to the belt of his knowledge and belief, a true statement of the ownership, man nk'cment (and if a daily paper the circulation), etc., of the aformalil publication for the date shown in the above caption, required by the Act of Aucust 24th., 101'.', embodied in section 443, Postal Laws and Hciru lations, printeil on the reverse of this form, to wit. 1. That the names ami addresses of the publisher, editor, manacinR editor, and business manactrs are Publisher, It .- 1- Elkin, Lancaster, Kentucky. Editor, J. E. Robinson, Lancaster, Kentucky. I.an Mnnsing EJ.:r. il. L. K caster, Kentucky. Manager, It. L. Elkin, Business Lancaster, Kentucky. '2. Thnt the owners are: (Give names and addresses of Individual owners, or, if a corporation, give its name and the names and addresses of stockholders owninc or holding 1 per cent or more of the total amount of stock.) J. E. lloblnson, Lancaster, Ky. 3. That the known bondholders, mortgage, and other security hold ers owning or holding 1 per cent or more of total amount uf bonds, mortgages, or other securities arc: (If there arc none, so state.) None. II. L. Elkin. Sworn to and subscribed before me this 10th. day of April, 1922, L. G. Davidson, Notary Public, Lancas ter, Kentucky. My commission ex I- bblf-imt- t Hteu. pirti Jan. Eth., 1924. Pursuant to a Judgment rendered March Term, 1922. the undersigned Commissioner will "sell at tablic auction to the highest nnd best, lidder, nt the Court House door in Kentucky, at 11 o'clock A. M . or thereabouts, on MONDAY, APRIL 24th., 1922, the real estate mentioned In the pleadings and described as follows: In Garrard County, Kentucky, on Long Branch, containing IS acres and bounded as follows: Beginning at jiomt in middle of pike corner to lot No. 4; thence with middle of pike, S. 82 4. K. 0.77 chains, S. 20 U, E. 2.54 chains, S. Mj. E. 3.70 chulns, S. 11 . E. 2.43 chains, S. 24 i, K. rhains, S. 45i, E. 5 chains, S. oO , K. 2.80 chains, N. 54 i, E. 5.50 chains, S. 47 3.4. E. 2.14 chains to a point in Long Branch; thence down brunch, S. 59 4, V. 1.2(1 chains to a point in Long Branch, corner to lot No. 0; thence with lot No. C up a hollow. N. 37. W. 7.25 chains, N. 27 3.4. W. 7.00. chains, N. 94, W. 3.95 cuains to a post, N. 11 Vj. E. 4.10 chains to n stone in line of lot No. 4; thence with line of Lot No. W. 12.21 chains to the 4; S. 09 beginning, containing 18 acres. Being the same land conveyed to Milo Simpson and Noah Marsce by J. W. Gulley, by deed dated Jim. 1. 1921, recorded in Deed Book No. 40, page 553, Garrard County Clerk's Office. The purpose of said sale Is to satisfy the Judgment herein for with interest ut six per cent per annum from Jan. 1, 1921. until paid, subject to credit of $500.00 paid March 10, 1922, together with the tnxed cost of this action, esti. mated to be $135.00. TERMS. The sale will be made on a credit of six and twelvu months, and the Curchaser will be required to execute approved security, for the purchase price, payable to V. II. Brown, Muster Commissioner, due in six and twelve months respectively, with interest at six per rent 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 land until the purchase money is paid. , V. II. Brown, Master Garrard Circuit Court. Robinson & Kauffman, Attorneys for Plff. at the (1 er td. 4 The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, April t' ii 1 3, 922. 1 Ever Get Bilious? Try This NR Tonight grioing. Take NR nt once. Get digestive and climinativo organs working in harmony and relief is immediate. Never causes FARMERS URGED TO RAISE GEESE COMMISSIONER'S AS FOWLS FURNISH TABLE MEAT SALE OF LAND OA Hit A KD CinCUIT SALE OF LAND Ito'jort Lens. rOt'KT. OAltltAItD CIHCl'IT Plamt.tr, J. M. Craig, et a!, V COURT. Plaintiffs, Tomorrow Fttl Right When your liver goes on strike and ynu feel n sick headache nnd hlllou lett coming on, Instead of prodding (Liruieniin cnVmirl anil Gmr liver with your Imwele with Irons', lr Imt rltatlnc putnUtm, net out your ana g Nil Tablet of mild, off. take ono rlaht Itellef will come Jtttt tut quickly ana wiin il renuine. lasunir nnrui. There will l n rrlplnir. muw- Ina pain or ii.uiunic Momarn erne, nfmiur Tablets) n'tun promptly anil wurk thoroughly, hut the action Is initio. mIM nnd muthliur.llellef nimri ihmtirh ttio nciliui of Nature's Remedy on not otfiy the liver, Imt on the whole dices- tit nana eiimtrcinve system, ineainm nch. thn Iww.ls and even on tho kidney, fltorvd up nrcumulvtlons of waste nnil body pM""" that have; leen c!oit1nc th ryelem are complete-lj- " atoms cleared out. tho l tho Interrupted neh woik of digestion ami assimilation I to resumed. The Inactive liver wutk with new Vbror, the bowels unburdened, the headache leaver, ie Mopey," that dull. feeling disappear, energy. gentle-ai-tlnover-workIsatrrnn-thent-dnni- Pi le nnd "PP yourself nppellte rettim find yot And entirely, completely There ti no leUer proof of the of Nature! Remedy for frreat value nnd constipation than the fart that morn than on million Ml Tablet are iea every lar. more than flvo million buxe aoM every cnr. ii you vo not nireauy tion m. fret n :so mix or nature- Mem. eay (Ml Tablets! nna take thi tint tablet tonlaht. It your runnlnalion U stubborn or ner. slstant. rontlnuo to take one each nleht for a. week or j. Thrn flute haw Von feL YotlF tiow- el will tm a reiruUr a clock work. nn.l you'll nna yonreeif in letter ahapo physically, mentally, every way than oue been In many a ilay. Alter that you need not take medicine every ilay. An occasional Nit Tahlet to keep your system In rnud condition will ho sufficient, nml you can nlway feel your I Kit. ltemember It la eaaler nnd cheaper to keep well than to welL Jutt try It Nature- - Remedy (Ml Tablet l la sold, guaranteed uikI recommenJr-by your druggist. d 1 Ilcttlc I) itallew, et at. Defenlanl I'ureuatit to n jmlement rcmlere at the March Term, ti!'.', the under a .fiend ( ontmllonrr wilt fellbeet tidlilic miction to tho hhfhwt nml IiiJiler. nt the Court Heme Door, in I ntiriiter, Kentucky, at 1 1 t clock .!., or iHcrenbBUt., on MONDAY. Al'ltll. aith, Qe (Prepared Ned Limit tr In Feed Outtld of Pture During Greater Part of Year. 1 1 R. E. McROBERTS, Lancaster, Kentucky. Tht Cynic Say. Two kind of women nre hard t( ', understand, Blonde .itte. Sharldan' Charm. Ttie crcat clmrm of Klicrlduir Miikliis waa hN rnultlfarloiinivj of tylc. full-gnw- Sydney Smith. Not th "Old Adam," W Far. Hnyneai fower of Oitneh. Till mile wu received by a Itoihury A a nevro lilnU schoolteacher: "Willie tell me you've, frrl lilish. ttn.l vnslly .ulrlch - On rarrliIt I been asking where' hi glasses. Willi H- in man of h want to tell you he Ima liuil hi ailami back. of and tonallt rmiovH till summer nnd t. lie don't newl them. Iloalon A Nut and a Rivet theory often neeil only A crank' a rivet or two more to heeiitne valu Different FWaon. all(Unlivery. St. Iitila Rlubo-IieuMorlr alien "Why Clrl Uava ocm t, Ttml'ji ra.ty Home MutnlH)." It' waah dny. riilcaso Kvenln; I'oat. Frltnd and Enemy. Not newarlly. hnitlier. tliorv'a one "A friend." said Incle Kben. "tell "dear KirP we know who Ituvtit lioma you yuli faulta, but an enemy Jullle II V IlarKitlii Momlay ilay. you iilnns Into mukln' em wnre an' Iloston Tmnorlit. more nutuerouV i nvnl, hir', Traa-acrlp- 11 - e "n"eBa?BBtaVraB W. 0. RIGNEY V. B. DICKERSON W. 0. MGNEV & CO. Funeral Oirectors and Embalmers OfflcVPhone 18. Residence Phone 33. Lancaster, - Kentucky. Light Without Heat. One of the tiling whlth Inventor would like much to accompllli I th production of I14I1I without heat. Nature prove-- . I... ibe example of the firefly utnl 'tie Klowworm that thn thine run le done. Ktjierliiietii mail abroad lime mIiowii what had !' been bujleml wiihoiit direct meuaure-meof tl.e lemp-ntlu- re that the llelit radiated from n (,eller tube, when through If, an eleetrle current la uccinpaiile. by very little beat. Thl iicord lth the vle.v Hint we mutt look to eltH'trlclty for a aulti tloti of the pniblem of "cold lUlit." Kipling W11 Right. New Jersey liouielutliler, set up. oulhy bandits, lifted up hN ,l,v In a wlin wall for hi wife The wife appeared, a frylnt pan In one hand and a roll In pin Id the older The Yindlts caught at(bt of her and lucoiitiiieiitly fled. Thus la Sir KlpH'is o!n.erva-tlo- u of the relatlte dea.l'litea of th A aeiea fully vlndlcatitl. wotnun corned la, w are told by still an. other poet, beyond all the rurle to b found la a vicinity atioundliu in furies. Hut a woman defemllns h"r hiioband'a ay em elope la Mill more to be feured. NVw Vork Tribune A j nt pae SEASON OF 1922 "ROBERT GATEWOOD" 2.05i Champion 3 yr. old pacer on the Grand Circuit in 1018. Paced the fifth heat of a leven heat race in 2.04 and a trial mile in ".02. The fastest stallion south of the Kentucky Klver in public service. Seven point concerning "Itobert Gatewood:" 1st. A successful race Horse. 2nd. A model Individual, fine, with lots of finish. 3rd. An elegantly bred Hone ,and bred in the mott cxterme speed lines. A Horse of good size, and beautiful oolor. A good gaited, level headed and good mannered Harse. Cth. A first class walking Hore. 7th. A sure foal getter. "Itobert Gatewood was sired by "J. Malcombe Forbes" 2.08 (sire of 19 in the 2.10 Hit) a half brother to "Peter the Great" 2.07U (sire of 110 In the 2.10 list) nnd grand sire of "Peter Manning" 1.57 the World's Champion trotter. J. Malcombe Forbes" was sired by "BIngen" 2.00 1.4 (sire of 27 In the 2.10 list) nnd sire of "Uhlan" 1.58, the world's champion trotter for eight Gth. 3-- 4, 4th. years. Itobert GatewooJ's Dam is "Annie Fox 2.00 1.4 (dam of 0) by "Nut-hunt- " 2.12 (sire of 59) 2nd. Dam "Annie U." (Dam of 7) by "Falconers Almont." He js a two in one stallion, being a high clan harae type and a No. 1 walking type. He is 15 hands high, seven years old, a dark bay with two white hind feet and a star in forehead. He will make the Mason of 1922 at my (.table at $20 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT, with lein retained on colt untit season money Is paid. Ureed your good mares to thit fast young stallion and when the Bell taps the GatewooJ's will be there scoring for the word. For Information apply to 3-- 4 It llii (5 Robt. Fox, Lancaster, Ky. Bryaattvlll Phoae 47-- GARRARD COUNTY. t'nitM Huim txpertm.nt .lowed ( gu Into ln wntrr tan (V, In uillil rul tiny nt, I they wIkmi will ! nhln to look nft-- r thfmelvr I tie kih.,' criicra tin liirgr-t- t BTnllnlilo pUttiT. I tin' Mm to llillik when in'v"!! ti ten ilay old. Coop llli ihHtnl floors nre ilelratilt for of tlu nil visibility of cnmlni; a tmnrli Coaling nml thoy ahottht W protected irontuhl Mnl for Itif tahlc of tlif from their eiiemle and imikeil nfter that will In aprvuil for htini;ry fiim In cne they set lot III their wander-Ink- lllr. another yrnr. Tht coo imih ahotit the farm, i utatltm la tin Unltml Htattw I1.1 Feeding tht Young Bird. hi tti ttotllnn In riTvnt jviirn, Imt tSoelliik' do not feed until they are f Au tin fulled Statr tlie oilnloii Unit 21 to M houra old. when they may be rtrulttin rtprraM-fed ally of the miilie recommended ther an tiiany farm on which n (Hii ! on Kiiiir' ami oilier for rblrkena ir for dilckllnirx. or a fiftl that will arnrrrly ! tnlitt. At mnih or duueh of hort thottch Ihc ilftiiiitnl for feather I not or mlddlliiK nnd corn meal, what It mire mnl th tve an which after rx week may be iinule not In ili'tiiamt fur cooking, tlifx hlnl eual part ahorta nnd corn meal and nre worth while n pnluivr of de- - ( 5 vnt berf aernp. Ilread aiel milk llclotla meat. The objection ha il alit an exivlleiit ftwl for kMlllit. mieti nun uie meat i. iimi ouy, nut nne cnt- i lieeiie.1 nml may be pro. thl condition I largely due to Itn .hied hi- iislnv .'. ner of xharri pnier cooking, to failure to remove nnnil In the mash, or by keeping It the aurplu fat of the abdominal tav- before them In a hopper Ity. nml to not skimming off the If giwllns are tn lie fattened Rive while cooklnc. them a ration of one tblnl short ami Grata Furnlthea Bulk of Feed. twielhlnl corn menl by welgiit, with Where then I low, roiish iture f per rent of f scrap nddtsl, end land with a natural supply of water, a feed of com at lileht. In Kehrunry. when the feeding for gee? ran ho rnlicd nt protlt. Ttiey are genenilly quite free from dleae ekv I betun. a ration made up of one Mititid of turn meal, one of bran, one and all lintect I hut they are occasionally affected by the dleae of middlings or bm crude flour, and common tiy'poultry. (Ira makes up of lieef scrap, which la fed ier the bulk of the feed and It I doubt- In the morning, and ual part of ful whether It pay to raise them If curo nnd wheat, or corn alone, fed T Kit.MS. good ltbks ranee I not available. A It night, will produce xihxI result. The ale will be made on a credit iHxly of water where they can wlm lirlt and o)ler slwdl may be pnn of eix and twelve month, and the I conIdereil eentlal during the vlded at all times, bm they are purchaser will be required to execute T Kit MS. breeding Reason and I a good thing I neiitlal durlnc the Injlng erlod. In .bond. with approved security, for The sale will be .nal on n credit I ..ib-- itlm.-the purchaie price, payable to U. II uh.-vear. dtirlnc the ret of the ulnlee nml mi there of six and twelve month,, The market Is not so general na for I no go"! pnsliire nvnllable, geese ' Brown, Master CommiMioner, due lurchaier will be required to and execute n ix "n.,, months respective-pric- e Kind with approved chicken, but the ilemand and the may be given r.nichage aurh a cut security, wh interest at six per cent per the purchase price, payable to W. for are unuatially coM In locnllllea 'clover, hay. nifiilfi. llaee. cabbage. H. nnum from date until paid, having where gooe fattening I conducted mai.Kels. or n wn.te Brown, Master Commissioner, due n I 111 llirri II ml aalT"! if " Itlilivmaarnt I IllU'atVMP III r ft iw rW i lx and twelve month respective' upon which execution may isue, and in .'. geeae are desirable on muny farina ( PEAS REQUIRE MUCH SPACE a lien will be retained upon the prop- - ly, with Interest at six per cent ner annum from date until paid. Iiaving where there la no sie, market. Kx- mon' . vtXy untj, th. ,,urcn,. the force and effect of a Judgment . paid. cs.pt In whiter and during tonu , Smooth M Bf Sown E,r, V. H. Brown, Matter Commit- - upon which execution may Itsue, and hare little nee.1 inaturv 8oon a 0round u ,n or J for a house. Hreedera In the North. sioner of Garrard Circuit Court. a lien will be retained upon the land Shape to Work. until the purchase m.tner I paid. nnd aome In the South, use a nheil it. r. wniker. Att'y for riff, w. it. ii row n. .Master Chm. oiei tn the south a a protection In ( I'ea are not nitaptcd to growing missioner G. C. C. winter. Coop, barrels or other idiel- - In very small gardens, a they require . Hobinton & Kauffman. , ter nre needed by trusting. The much pace. Most gardeners, how- S Attorneys for Pits. house mny be kept clean by supply-In- g eu. .I...r I... I., ........ I.u.lt.,. plenty of atniw for bedding Lc&nd S&lc tn rows of pea. in their gardens, From 4 to 25 neee muy lie pastured large gardens enough as should be on an acre of land, the number depend GAHKAltD Clltt UtT COURT. Ing upon the quality of the pasture. planted to provide aurplu. for ranc Williams, Kxecutor of the will aver, lilng. The smooth varieties may lie Ten geese to the arre la a fair GAHHAHD CIHCUIT COURT f .jnry t. llerkele. et nl, Plaintllfa, age. Free ranire should lie used sown very earl or Just as aoon a the v Banks Hud.on, etc., ground Is In shape to work in the Plaintiff. wherever possible. In the South many , et al. Defendants, prlug. Tlie wriukletl varieties should Arthur V. people. ue cee-t- e to help III keeping Pursuant to a judgment rendered David Dudderar, down the weed In the cotton field. not 'be sown until the ground has Defendant. By virtue of a iud-n- ent Along about the first of February warmed slightly. Some of the dwarf at the .March Term, 1922, the un of the dersigned Commissioner will sell at I"- - grown without supgeetn should get a ration suitable varieties can auction to the highest and bet Garrard Circuit Court in the nbove. for egg production so that goslings port, but the larger growing sort re- public at the Court House door in styled action rendered at the Msrnk bidder, may !e hatched at about the time the quire brush. a wire trellis or Mime nc.ter. Kentucky, at 11 o'clock Term. 1922, directing the Sheriff of The may fonu of all pport first pasture la available. Nest Knglltli sugar pea on k,hm soil will A' ' or thereabout., on darrard County, Kentucky, to sell be made on the ttoor of the house, or Al'ltll. 24th., 1922 the property of the defendant attachgrow to a height of -. or rt feet and MONDAY, In large boxes, barrel or other aliel-teIt the real estate mentioned in the ed in this action, the undersigned eas until midsummer. It I desirable to collect the produce egg dally nnd to keep them tn n coot should be borne In mind that under pleading and described a follow Sheriff of Garrard County will on Kentucky In Garrard County. v will not ordinurr condition pea do not with place where the content about three miles North of Bryants- - TUKSDAY. Al'ltll. 11th.. 1922. at evapomte too rapidly; If kept for atnnd great heat, and that they must ville, Ky., and bounded ns follows: ten o'clock A. M.. on the nrtnla. some time they may le stored In om iiPiuliliu ttiaalt rs luti ;''nning at a stake in the dower -- United States tvpmtment of Agrl- bran. . of (teorge McDonald s widowf corner of David Dudderar on the Klrksvfrle The first egga are usually set un ,u"u"- to lot No. 2 in the division and allot- - pike sell to the hlghett and best I ment of the land. of George Mc bidder upon a credit of three months der lieu, while the Inst one the goose lays may be hatched either un- WOOD ASHES MOST VALUABLE Donald, deceased i thence with sal.l the following described property, te. I line N. 87, K. 101 poles to Flat Hock der hen or under the goose If alio ' Branch, up sume . to a hick wit: 81. goes broody. If the egg nre not re- Tho a Produced by Burning Two gray mulei. one mare and one ory mouth of branch; thence N. 22, moved from the nest where she Is Llkt Hickory or Oak Conh. I .14 poles to a stake on Mat horse mule; two black mules, one laying she will usually atop laying tain Much Potash. Hock Branch; thence up inmr N, marc and one horse mule; three bay sooner than If they are taken nway W. 27 poles, ri. 70 poles, may Ik broken up dally. The sitters The use 'of coal ushe Is Hnnllble 10 poles, N. 89, W. 31 lioles, S. lit;1, mule, one horse and two mare mule. Given under my hand this March If they are foutuicd to n on heavy clay soils. However, they W. 22 poles, S. 42, V. 10 poles. S, coop, with water to drink but no feed. should be scnsnetl and all course rlii- - HOI, W. It poles, N. 024, W. 21st., 1922. for two to four day. tier reiiiot e before iMdlig applied, and 2H'. poles to u honey bean aapling JA.MKS ROBINSON, Some breeder prefer t rait' nil the llit'it shouli I be spread evenly oer the . ' branch, corner to Lot No. 2; Sheriff Garrard Countv. Kv. gosling with hen, a geese aometlmea .nrf.iM ...nl thoroughly mixed with the 'hence N. 71 poles to the beginning, containing ro acres, tie tne same ... it i. ,.i..ui ..r ,...i.-i -- ..ii become illttlrult to manage when al'" the same land lowed to hutch and rear their young. (mil ashes have little ,,1,,. a r..rti' more or ' , ......,i i... .i...,i i..!,,,, Hem Ued for hatching goose egg llxer. their use malnlr to loosen frm A Nay)or jUu.(, Jnn . VJ.,Qi most be dusted with lnect powder the soil and make It more workable. 00k 41, page 3l8, rt.crUt., j u,.t., and have good uttentluti n the period Wood nshes. those produced Garrard County Clerk'a Oirice. of Incubation for goose egg I longer by burning like hickory. The purpose of said sale Is to than for chicken egg, (loose egga maple, or oak. freiiieutly contain as aatlsfy the debt of $1,0110.00 with may be hatched In Incubator nnd high as 7 per cent Pursuant to a Judgment of the ntnli. nnd nre vitl interest ut nix per cent from Jan. 2, the gollng raised In brooder, but this liable fertilizer. Thos pnMluced from lUL'U, until paid, due said plaintili, Garrard Circuit Court entered at It la not a common practice. burning soft wood. Mich us pine, nml J. C. Williams, Kxor.. nnd the debt March term. 1922, In the cate of From 2S tu 'U) daya nre required to also hnrdwood nshes that bine been of $G0U.OO with interest at six per The Garrard Bank & Trust Co., hatch goose egg. Moisture should be eipoed to the wtMlher. hav compnra-livel- cent from Jnn. 2, 1920, until paid. due planum, jume I. Hamilton, and Plaintiff vs. David Dudderar Defend. added lifter the first week If the egg little viilue ns fertlMrer. About the debt due Boyd Brunddus of nnt, the undersigned will sell ant set under lieu or In Incubators, .VI ixmud of dry mcVhin-licat pub JHU.'JG with K per cent penalty and cry In Lancaster. Kv.. in front wurtn water being sprinkled on thu ashes may be applied to a plot interest at 10 tier cent tier annum lic out eggs or the neat. Incubator should of ground 30 by Ik) feet hi site, hut from Jan. 23. 1922, until paid, to. of the Court House Door Saturday, lew run at t em pe rat tint of 101.5 to should be wttll hi Wed with the will gettier witn the taxed cost of thi April 15th., at 2:30 o'clock P. M. on HCI degrees Fahrenheit, or about 1U a credit of three ,., ........ Ml.., action, estimated to be 125.00. month. ,n,l I degree lower than for hens' egg, purchasers will be reuuired to irlve TKKMS. eggs should be cooled longer. KEEP FOWLS FROM FREEZING and the The sale will be made on a credit a bond or bonds with good surety, Four to six eggs are put under a hen twelve months, and 10 to 13 under a goose. They Prtvtnt Troublt With Combs and i of six und will be required toand the payable to the underisne.i and draw. purchaser execute ing Intereit at 0 per cent per Wattltt By Anointing With way be tested about the tenth day, annum bonds with approved security, for Vatellnt and Kerosene. und those that are Infertile or conwie ourcno. price, navan e to w. ii irom date until pa d and same to tain dead germs should be removed. Brown, Master Commissioner, due have the force and effect of a Judg Quote egg hatch slowly, especially Frnien rotnhs and wattle of chick- In six and twelve month respective, ment not paid at maturity; under hen, and the goslings are re- ens may be prevented hy anointing ly, with Ink-rcat aix per cent per property to be sold Is as follow.; the moved a aoon n hatched und kept with a salve minle of equal parts of annum front date until paid, having One rock crusher; one clover hull. vaseline and kerosene, well mixed. the force and effect of a Judgment, In a warm place until the batching over, when they are put back under Apply this at night during very cold upon which execution may issue, and er; one fodder shredder .all being a lien will be retained upon the land the property of a!d defendant. Put It on thick In rase Me.it her. Hie hen or goose. After the egg are alt hatched some where the romha and wattles are al- until the purchase money is paid. Ulven under my hand this March W. II. Brown, Matter Combreeders give all th goslings to the ready frtixeti. TI4 salve Is also exJames Robinson. missioner Garrard Circuit 30th., 1922. gtvse. linn with gixllngs may be cellent for cold In the head or ratSheruT of Garrard Court. tling In the throat. kept In coop and their charge alHub the salve G. C. Walker, Att'y. for Plff. al- lowed to rang, but they am over the nustrlU and under lb throaL Dtirlnc llii' holiday um-tiioi- Imh-i- a ft-- nili two-thln- t, one-thir- In-e- ir gri-ao- e ie-- 11 (, 1 entate mentioned in the i.e.nllnir. and ilecrlbel n follow A certain hnuoe nnd lot in l.on raitrr, (inrranl County, Ky., on the .Mirth itde of lllchtnonil street, nnd bounilril n follow: HcKlnninir or liounded on the North by C reamery ami Ice I'lant Lot: on the Kait by tlie lot, formerly .Mrs. .Malimla lot hy Klchmon ton, on the south Street, on the Weat bv A. II. It.ntln now 1 rrech, and the lot front on feet j Hichmonil Strort aixty-thri. corner tirKinnlnir at the S. the Mr. .Malimla Cotton lot and run tilni; W'eit to the corner of ald Itaatin; thence North from the mid die of the street omxnito Mid corn er ot II. Ilnstin and aloni; th diviflon fence to the corner pot a the t ri'amery and Ice riant lot. ii feet: thence from li.tnncf of aaid corner pot run tun if Kat nlon nml with dlvialon fence between mid lot and Creamery and Ire I'lant lot to another corner, fence pot, and belnif the corner not between ald lot and the ald Cotton lot, a dltaiire of sixty feet, thenre runnini South with the dlvlmon fence alonir aau Cotton line to the middle of Hlrh mond Stret, n illtance nf 'J Ifi fee 10 tne ueirinnniKlieint; the umr to said llet i house and lot conveved tic D.llallcw and C. S. Ilallew by dred omen iirn. 1, iu.u, i rum uooeri Long The purpose of mh! ale l to atlfy the debt or fO.SOO.OO with interest at six per cent per annum from January I. I'JZI. until paid due to Hubert Long, anil the .um of Cl5.08 with Intereet at six per cent from June 1, 1U2I, and the sum of $72.70, with interest at ix per cent irom Jan. 1, 1.'-- -, due A. U.Joseph ami the estimated cot of thl action amounting to about H&u.uu 't 11 the real l23 .. - c. Den4antt. Nnlr. et al. Pnrsiinnt to a Judgment rendered nt the March Term, 11'!!. the unrtar. wlfi sc4! at signed Coittmlolsner iml.lic nuelon t the highest ami belt bidder, at the Ceurt llotite Dastr, In Uncnjter, Kentucky, at 11 tt'crMk, A. M.. tvr therenkouU, ati APHII. 21th.. Iltt. MONDAY. the rent estate mentioned ta Ue pleniting and ilctcrlbed a follow! In Gnrrnnl CtHinty. Kentufky, on Kemper Ijine: Beginning nt a point ami eorner ta Jamet on said laae aasl T. Marser; leaving Mid w ith Mid Manee's line S. ft I. i; 2.88 chains, S. 714. K. 7.10 chalni, S. 8ri, V.. passing Dexdin earner at 79 links with tame in all (i.79 ehaln, tr P., a (Mist corner tn same. N. 81 1.77 chains to a ttake. corner to same. N 87, K. 3.S2 chains tu a pott corner to tame and with his Hne S. 1 W. 8.05 chains to a pott at turn of fence and corner to time. F.. 20.52 chain ta a pot S. 70 corner to same, N. 81,, K. 3.5(1 chain to n black walnut corner tn same and Ash Arnold, his line S. W. 19 03 chain. to a point In branofi, corner to same; thence up same, N. n7 . W. ti.ltl chains U a ptvlnt In branch, N. 714, W. 5.98 chains to a black walnut comer to tame, N. 89. W. 3.69 chain to an ah. S. 84, W. 8. IS chains to a bceeh, earner to same, N. t3, W. 2.00 chains ta a pott corner to same and FIsnnery, with same, N. 53 H, V. 5.20 ohalnt to a post at angle of fence, corner to same; N. 65',, W. 10.31 chains N. 57, W. 11.13 chain to a stake, corner to name, N. fl'J'i , W. 8.01 chain to a small ath corner to tame, S. 21. W. 2.01 chain, to a irtone, N. 31.,. W. II 73 chain to mkidle of Kemper with tame N. 55 h. P.. 7.09 chain to middle of lane. N. K. 1.31 chains, N. 30 3.4, E. 22.. K. 3.35 chain 2.25 chains. N. to the beginning, containing 110.07 acres. The purpose of said sale I to satisfy the lien note, agalntt salt) land amounting to Nineteen Thousand Seven Hundred and Thirty-nin- e Dollars and fifty-tw- e cents. (I19 739.62) with interest at six per ent per annum from January 1. 1921. until paid, and the taxed etxta of tM action, estimated to be $200.00 P ius 2l, 38. ' ' '' twlr' te 17 a J"-- , Vjrt , ' j ' ; of - Notice j Prt-ston- - l -- 1 n. Hard-veood- .. 7'., slat-hotto- , .i,. -- g ii,., Sheriff Sale Of esN-(lall- bunlo.s Personal Property y hard-woo- il k W f 1 nt The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, April 13,1922 ALFALFA SURPASSES FOR STOCK FEEDING Good Qualities of Crop Enumerated in Bulletin. In Addition to Advantages 1 Smith and the Bank Thieves By CLAIREtSMITII f IflrtltM, Ini-nld lU. W.,1.16 M,.lf (if O10 11 Iblkft. Hie lio ort)llio tliill.il with mniireinent at Pattura lliipirtoinil and for Silage It l of Great Value Other Call Improver Poisibilltict. l'rt,tit kr Ih, - Manna's Green Seal Paint is the public will know all nliout more th public knows aliout it why th exact formula appears it. advertised so that Therefore, the the better. That's on every package. (inkliy und II. U Wint-ow- r of the I'nltiil XiHtftt Itojuittiiii'iit t r Asrlrnliuri' In n ih-fnniii rn' luiik-tl-n. t'lllluitlon of Alfiilfa. JuM liu.l. Ami nlii'ti I lir co"l iiinllllii of I lil crop are .iiiinii rated It It oldent tlint pi'tim nu ll ii i rltli ii H wiirraiitiil. At n liny It It iiiiuri.Ml for fininil fii'illnc; nt u tiNttiiro It I iii ii lilch i'arr)lliK mi'nrltj mid iinMluron larcr cnllit; lit a tiMlliii; rn). It In iilwalMi' wllli iroT linnilliiK: It imtke otrol. lent tllncp; nml wln ti troiiinl Into iiionl II In n ci h I nml ontlly liundli-i- l (nil. In inlill:i.ii to it ij inlllli" It . ' "A llio Iilcliifil of l.j-- It. A. niiirl)- il Act. fa nit fLt KUf ) t'inrrl tlmt It offMl foraKo" liiniM'il rali' uh n wiitflnt liliiiM-iHrnttlo III tlie of I11I0 nml lint trim tlrtd of retitt hum. Hi- - lukoil tin- - door of lilt mf' In Mini lilm und, with lilt tulttn-- o lit I.Hiiil, ttnrt.d for I lie door of ll.e lit-- lind ulnnt rtiicliod it Imttk. Ml.. 11 u Imnd una luld ill lilt tlioul-der- . Knrtjtlio link.d up Into the kindly flier of Mr. M11III1, the luuli 11 " ' ucir. j ronio It. tu my olllii- ment, Mr. rortitheT" ntU.il the Will ii 11 moInt-li- Sh ii "Mr. rort)!!!!-.II.h " HANNA'S GREEN SEAL PAINT is GOOD paint, and the formula proves iL It shows it's made up of the Ik'sL materials, carefully mixed in just the right proportions. Use Green Seal on YOUR ptoperty. It will save yon money in the long run. lliouclit ho Mould ho aide to return tn dut). hut the end eAtnc unexpeetnlly. "Wo hno d.iidid tn rl.! ytm hl oltli 11." et.litlnueil tUe tnniiiii:. r klnill). "You Imho worki .l for u fully jnd tltlel.ntly for neii .itrm V ViMir prionl mlary It "Two thoHnnd tlr." atitwor.d I 'or jil.o, tMiiilnitluu .Iryly. "Volt ulll ttnrt on Monday tnornltiB nt sa.N." 'aid Mr. Smith. "Tlmt 11 the utltmit inniintir- - regulHr mill ry rioio let met huo jour key.w'UI h" linll turn It lirlcKt. tuii.od you. Ueirt to mo on M0.1-hi(I.mkI nt 11I110 11VI.uk. Ttuuik tudd.nly Mild Smliii, "Mr. UiIh mornltic We YOU WANT TO SEE BEFORE YOU BUY A TOBACCO SETTER. WE HAVE THE AGENCY FOR GARRARD COUNTY. fh The Nisco NOAH MARSEE, JR. BRYANTSVILLE, KY. Id'csyncrjllc. un- - o.r Sold by CONN BROTHERS, Lancaster, Ky. .n.-iict- i minute lateriPortjIlw "lit ttntid-lii- t lli- - iiirli In front of Hi.- - hunk, ami Ii'wIIiI.thI. It Siitunlay afl. rn.Hiii. iimt in hl tulthe I110I a tlrk. t fur I'cntiirolH awl T..tt In lilll. the properly of the A :y " ju! oil Some by the Micron own failure, more - f f.i'nii Trnntrrlpt. oth.n than .hmiraced hy their id Heutehold Hints. Axold aiictea. I J Mnnll met par-allto the wnllt. th.ti't ilnc.- - pieces rl hutilc. Tlmt to Think. Chance for a Dig Congre cation. Tint The time nuii.rvd (it the human To HI..IH It May li'iiifiii mind to o'!tr-i- r tlncie thought has puncher wlit tntf Sni,ilm liail te-t- i rttlintt.il t a twelfth f a tec l.rte to crltlclti- - m r.'Hi.Hit wclf. re ' ond. l'oer. Thu flcwe wat arrltrd fri'ltl 'ill 1tll4l H(4lH in KVIltiO (:i lot n.r m.ow t frrm riienMeHtt. pwtlHc that It It idbii il.l. nil... If ho I "III ImpottlMe fur a tmiii to more when lit- l C'lnc to ! it ... certainly l.e there ho.a.i-- . I ii.i Ixi.cte than ten contraction cf the niUM-ltf ttif will eannot i4nln In tlio law of ti"n il.i, earh I'll in llm tlir art law if tin- unit., .in.'' l l.sn inorr contraction It I of will rWin a certain Hint- and the III ." Itrt I. . . .. Witt Adter-- i t tatinot follow oil Tliitil ttrevt. l'io i ' v . i.t ii. I'n t t.i Interval. another at too M e , l.e.-au- e - lflir - - mm mmem CITIZENS Capitnl $50,000.00 Surplus $60,000.00 Honor Roll Bank. 4 per cent paid on time posit. Call and see ut. W. F. Champ, V. Vice-Preside- de- 1 J. J, Wa.kf r, President. h I I J 1,0. I 0 It.cney, Ass'L to the President. Davidson, Cathirr. (. ' A. ml. font raihlrr. Vacm. F Mrs Assistant Cashier. Hamilton, Teller. NATIONAL LANCASTER. KY BANK. Comer Public Square and Danville Street A CullHn Study of Perfection. i tndjr of perfrrtmn..-iinttheArt IJ. Haven't ' Hard Job. w It It Mill an who iir.-tt- houewrk innj' lri.i h iWImI ! lianl In Iimw Leader f latH"-- ' the Time. re n'lilom follower i ranMripf. iiiinitM, Hrr tier to ilu her own her huthand Ii t' t u wom- in- - i. honotly lie Beft.i til 'neoMie Vote by Seniority. In tho election of a pel tin' .r-dlivote In th erilcr of t nk tlx dean of the Smri.: and tlH-i- r Same Get That Way. t !! (Jhi- - tin "tti erMltt fur h H'tli- ii liar-In- ; man ' 'm.k t . I !(; ic. s 1 He irt to catt ImMot. ire I.- " rr ' rfi otirlrr !! I know tlio rnl ny SI ml r. Journal. !i ARC YOUR CHILDREN EXTRAVAGANT? To allow a child to become extravagant, no matthe parents may be, is to senouslyv how well-of- f ter interfere with the development of it character. Extravagance breeds idleness and a lack o; apd preciation of values. A pampered and child can never realiy experience those joys and pleasures that are the birthright of childhood. over-indulge- I! S 4 PER CENT ON TIME AND SAVINGS S. The Garrard Bank & Trust Co LANCASTER. KY. We sell travelers Cheques, which are good in the United States and all foreign countries. 11 lnwllua tlmrkk tlir.nl. mil him tthleh w.ild ui.nn tho iw of out Ami Miiud lay tick In a l.lt -- iiiiltniiuH.. -- outh.-ru and Muriel win Mnud hml ttiijlnc wltli uii.ieri:ti.- n detporHte ox'riition Alfalfa It Praliedat 'A Nearly Perhut It would le wrekt W fect Forage." fore the wnt well. The liewt of Ida defaleatlon would not r.urti her In It of en-abIuo h ii . I AlWHter. I'la. I Atli'inpli liaio I't.n .in tiimli- to In of und The rriel.-Ho'- t trixlmo It u h Iiuhmii food ami i. H hl iIhii had not trundled hlin. Mien iniilliliio. hut It ennnot nmip'i.- - mIiIi n man l turround.il hy rr.illtor and OtlllT lll)i' f im n I himI It lw mi Mieli a lilcht thnrkt liU life fxTlal tuiitlHiml triix'rtli'. nt liny releue. mnre that he urn-p- " ili'tiilti-iiiMHtrJi to So he lunl lHk.ll $.'.. Alllioucli not that lliom iiiiiko Inl urliHi niiiHiii:. mill nli' t Inc. knowlnc thfit the theft would not from liNjiHiikini: on llinMitli to nlCiilfn he ill'rtnered till Monday. rniti I iHMtiiifnrturo, atxl h now hl hniln twnui, hi Ami of fnko ami fail alfalfa rlio-tIt tr.ntitl mi fully n to cite I Ik nioler a He mutt t' t the tniHiry Inck Into tlioroHiih tiHtloiXniiillns of tlio the afi! ldlltli' of Hilt tout croi. Tlwo wlm If only he had not yleld.il to that nro Iiii'IIihiI tu Ik loo i nllm.aili' uu-- r hld.nut toiHpliition! l tiM' xtlll tlml i rr tii in tlio Sunday. I!ery tlnie Next dny oH'r1.'iiro of wuny crocr nml he went outtlde hit apartment hulld-Inc- . to nmiHfy tl4r low. fur hN foot'teps xem.it to turn In l not n iwiihuii for nil tlio iroir the dlreetlon of the hank, which Iny Iilcc of tlio farm ami fnillot. t'onld-conly a miitter of n few bhfkt Ion It cl'Ji to tlio tioviW of dairy At fluid oVlm-- that oetilnc he initio, lnvf (Nlllo, lioct, tliorp, lmre wa -- tandlnc oiltlde for the fourth knd itiltry. mih! to tlio crop In varloitt lime that day. forini. Irirliiilliic liay. paMtiro, Unco, At mldnU'ht he was Mill pnrluc. the ttrun-- totllnt: ton ami inonl. tri'f. Tlioo win. aro Inlvnliil tliottld tine nfrlofk IxNMHod from therhurili I'ortyth.- - turn.il. homeward. rlto to lio I'nltnl Sliito I Vpnrlim-n- l Ht.i'Het. of Atrlrnlluro. Wn'tilnetoii. for 1'nrin- - He would mtifett um the morrow, lltill.lln .i uhlrli ulll ,o lie would co to Mr. Smith nml fro of cliNrco. A tiny tlleker of llcht Intlde the Umk Httm.t.il hN attention. Some-1h- h wat within the hunk. HIGHWAYS ARE FLEECE LINED rrMhe thoucht twlftly. If thlexft It tuut huve h.eti hnd cwliml n.ii-- t Became Cotton It So Cheap, Ranch' from mi iidjn.i'iit hiilldlnc. He hurried men cf California and Arizona round to the ollar door that cine Ute It on Roada. tin- - r'iir trot. iiti-He rrouehrd hehlnd n 4le of turn-he- r unit for srllluc motor nnd waltnl. All nt once Itta oor doM'rt Mtndt luivo r.itntly henr.l the fnlnet Miiind hehlnd 111111I0 tlioir upiifimnro nml lmo Mm. t u iirHiiy motor InurM It wn the tound of n pudloek trHv.-lliiithn'Ucli iirliiln MHtioni. of tery itiutlouly unfnton.il. I'Hllfortilu niul Arlrmiu. iy tlio man mm.' tteulth-llA moment Inter I World. Tin-tnull low it the tnlr. follow.il hy another uuirkrt xaluo umiii rotton In oTtaln The two holtntiil. They lookul MctloiKt tlmt It kinro'ly to nml one of riml anlonly, t"orythe hehlndthem IhiuI It to tlio railroad tlntlonv Mmli cnuttht the tlsht f Unit N nilxil, tliereforc, k into tlio liltiiher pile. ti.iiklni: of roioK . TorInMiiutly they ilew at l lm. I.hiii I.iih 11 uf tlio Suit ItUir talloy tjthe tuw the chum of tteel hlade oi Arlionu ro doJiic uiili ioiuhi Jut In the huli.rv of "Hie of them, lie liat fartm'r In otlior atHly M'tlon .Indeed nml ttrurk the fellow with flo ullh trnw or Imith. Cottnn It l.ticth f tlwl'oe. f Hint him to tin tlHiity tlirimn iloun Uxli tlio road cnmuil. The other il with him. trel(h4 tfacro tlio Html It d wildly Into the ttre.-t- . Tliey TrulUc mrr tlio rmid I In Inc. ami Ml on the I In- - lotion down Int.r tin- - Hind t'ortjthe wnt mi iwul.li for thlt II It forwH a (Inn, mwmiiIi and reUM He iiiuld not defend himtelf nd tinoid vnrfaio, .iter uhlfli motor-i-liliiuately In uny etetit, for hit hand way in'sroM wllh iiIiiiom at were full of htll. I'lw lliou.miil i. Ifltiell CHo HS IIMT Mi ttrct In Inrt lit hit lind. nnd this f.ml wildly How murh ill). haminerltijC ut hl fate! mor' did ho Imxe on IiIbi? Wluttever he hml luUen from the aafe wnt now WAY TO PLANT IRISH POTATO In. ntoMil h.v .fA.Itt. for with hit lutt Kortythe emwrn. A Crop Not Particularly Adapted to HI oi" of ttreuclh the ninn'h tM'kett full of the hlllt. Small Gardens and fiequint Th. 11 he fulnt.Hl. Soil. When he op.4l.il hit ey.t l.i- - wnt ly. A wnnu.il III II .lurk.tl.il loom. Wlillo Irt'li iolNlii'a hio not iiiki't-.- I IIIC 1tlrr.1l h.tlile hit hul. In llo olri ly ihhII to cr.mlux "Where 11111 IJ" he nakwl, feel.ly. iiurdoi. mott purili in r prof.T In Itv and hi" iiuioU went uutomHt'tlonlly ilude 1I10111 In tliotr lltt. Otto I'i'.k of feellni: for the tiwuiey. l Irltli point. oh will dnt hImrii ou ktMiw taet" "Iirie)t!e! fict of row. It Hilniu I'lijx to ak.il . nmn who n from hit il A lit l.oliii' trimil i1il liMl It n Mitli'li I ho lioim crouu potu-U'tter to ue "Mr. Smith!" rnrtjthe oxiluluuil, a en tlio talilo ami iurrhN' m.i the 'uila of the runt nlcM turc-Intlmt lia Ik.ii tri"lunil In mwo loonl-Itihrouch tji" l euli. uculn. tn Inlly ailupl.d Cur mil ero.v. "Von lme tm.il llie I link $.'!,( rtlpri-I'lir.- il. h Inc. I'otnloot r.'.Ulr tad ihe muniicer with etiiotlon. rich K.I I. und It pnjt to uu Ilfty thoutaml! And he hml taken Milled ltli only IJVjtttl letnmeriiiil fittlllx.r, wall or ti. ruHt. Tlio tlio toll of llie "It win. u tnlrncle." ll.e moimrer rut two ojit to eontliiiuil. The iink will not force! tied tluxild nrh plKf. vtltli pl.tity of iotiiii. It. Hut till the. Torn) the. how lu d. Ot.e pli iv tliould I o 4utitnl the world did you happen In he upon In etith lilll nml 10ur.1l to u dipth ef the whin the ijjletot ratne out Tie atiout H4 or 4 Iwliet with their plunder, and what led )(a tliould Le nt luitt a' I In. mid 10 Iheml" iim (lie Mill li! tu 15 ibil.it putt lu tie I'nrtyth never rotceraherrd hit ' 11 t Imix'-MlilU- ty 11 11 l I . re.-l.i- l. ilnper Ho hnd II.- - had h. '!i 'Irixeii tn It. trl.il tu keep Miiud nml tti.tr lltth-irlr- l Ho had 4Hntrl In .i.mfort. nml ilie-er In dht. U.nn Pcwtrfol RemeCy. "ili.k that mnny I'rofiM.r .tin le enroll liy tuccxiion. The mere -- ur.oitKm of the 'o-:- e ! a trtanculnr tiii.Kctipl.ii tpure In the nim r. Neon and the Aurora, liy inontu of .wii!lnc lullinii there hate heeu ...ll.it.il tHclHI.'li!. of the air up to mi altitude of mole tlmn elcht und n half mlle. Aualyali rliowt the prexi'.o of helium oiUy In th" latert lower tlmn nhoiit tlx lulled. Neon, o'i the imiliiiry, N found nt nil f.n-- t It reciird.il as lerelt. nr.d tt. eontlrmltic the Identltlcnllon of wt-ertii'trocoplc line of neon In the cf the uumrn hfirenlla. luniltlire iicrott 11 lortier, lentlnc fee often lint the I'tltich (Nint.li) Poverty Semetimct It te-ti- elTett. I'outl) rolf inn of ten the Benrf'e at. n- - iiif. rtul.l. hut nine timet out '.-- I thine that nn happen to n yoi nc to. n i to he l'olle.1 to tlnk or twiin for h.i! e'f .l.ioiit A. tlurlleliL ij . to-.-d 1 ' .it I my. over-hoiir- d SAVE MONEY WHEN YOUNG ENJOY IT IN AFTER LIFE Younc men who wouM enter the ileclinc o( life in comfortable c.rcumtnncci thould bep-- to nve now. The approved modern mctiu I of savin? is n savings account in the home bank. This bank invite jounc nten an. young women to Join itt fam.ly of Mvlngs One dollar opens a savinr account, and any sum may be deposited thereafter. il 11 foiri 1 dlt-tan- THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. S. C. DENNY, Caihier. , Capitol 1 $50,000. r' Honor Roll Bank Surplus $50,000. r.-.-- Tor-tjth- e Daily Thought. When all It done, l.iiumii life It at ttlnlltlie lot, hut like a the forward ihlld. tlmt iiiii- -I rT plnjedl lth t ml htttnor.il :i "ttlo to kiep It quiet till It full livl.it. mil then the rule Ik liter. Temple To Polish Class. . Clatt It i'llhed In vurloui dl!Ter- I'liite clnta It rouched ent mrnnert. with tnnd. tmeothtd with emery, and polltlnil Willi iTocu. A CO.nl lM.llr.il-In- c tn.ler for how cutet eontltta til r.k il .T.-ii- c ; 11 11 !) 11 11 ' one London Project ef Third Century. Walla tiild to have heloticed to the truth. erlcliml fonitn of llouuin London were uueurth.il recently hy v.orkmeu In Restaurant French. Onicechurrh ttreet while In) Inc pottal l.aniM-.- l on a local hill of fare hy T, cnhlf. One wall four und u Indf Kit M. 0. "Hortes d'oeuvre. Thlt thick und extrmliuc downwtir.l U feet tit of the tlory of tho yoiiuc iippennt to furtn u part of nn Innct man In New- - York who wnt dlnlnc In ih.iuihor of a li.inian hulldiuc-- Muti- - ii rittnunint with hit heat um olllelnN who liute tlew.it the llnt- - t.el. Mil. She wat (urine over th el oriiHtm iili'tlmit ip the tvulh have menu wouderltic whut to order whin lielu-.11 that the hutld-- ; he j'lit it., 'What toll unfit to tturt Inc wn er. u..: .. if atM'ia the Third' wltli ii ..rle It k.iuie of tlmte horse or I'o M. ,riir dot. a - ISoMoii Tr'icriit. .' lirtt-i-lu- alum. Iiiirn.il und tlnely Ute p.irtt; Hiud.r.il chalk,, xitt ; mix und ui'ply with a dry exrt.i f h-- eir Hi-- mi-m- wre-Jle- 11 ii' 11 11 For Sale Privately THE GARRARD BANK Ah administrator of the estate cf R. H. Tomlinson, deceas; ed, wo ofTer for sale privately, the following: 1111 :tl ln't THE TOMLINSON HOME ON RICHMOND STREET This is one of the moat desirahle homes in the city; Inrjje lot of one aero; house of eiyht rooms, two halls nnd all out buildings necessary; also nice small home just across the street from the 11 b.il-hliV- c M-- residence and very suitable for small family. The property adjoining the store of Goodloe and Walker Hrothers, in the Northwest corner of the public square; also five houses and somu vacant lots on Buckeye street. The nbove property will be sold on reasonable terms and at reasonable prices nnd will be glad to show any of this property at any time to those interested. rtir 1 1, 1 tt.t Nf. tir. ft TRUST CO. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday. April 3. 922 1 1 REPORT OF THE FINANCIAL CONDI TION OF GARRARD COUNTY, KY. llnvlnir been appointed by the Garrard County, Kentucky. Fiscal Court to compile a Financial Statement for the fiscal year ending April 1, 1921, the following report Is respectfully submitted) settlement made by Cronley llrnadus. Commissioner, appointed by the Garrard County Fiscal Court, at a pelal term 23 nl. ilay of February. 1021 with A. K. Walker, Sheriff of Garrard County a collector of the Coun ty Revenue for the year ll20. A Amount of revenue charged to A. K. Walker, Sheriff $01,031.82 4,528.60 Poll (3019) CI $1.50 89.01 Penalty after December 110.30 Omitted property listed by Co. Clk. (I If .2C0) (p 50c 73.50 & $1.50 Omitted Poll 9.1 1 Penalty on Omitted property 38.S8 fiOcts & Co. Tan. ( $7.770 V Anier. Tele 17.89 Tel. Co. ($3578) Cumberland Tel. 10.00 Bryantsvilte Tel. Co. Fran. ($3200) 14.17 American Hallway Express Co. Fran. ($28111) J0.72 lla.tln Tel. Co. Fran. ($8144) 1,534.09 I X. It. It. Co. Tan. and Fran, ($300,939) lt TOTAL $71,091. IS THE SHERIFF ENTITLED TO THE FOLLOWING CREDITSt $ 470.31 Ily duplicate assessment ($27.502) Uy exoneration ($19,042) Hy land sold to Co. and State ($27,058) Exonerated Poll (20) 3 $1.50 $1.50 Delinquent Poll (103) Uy delinquent personalty ($94,002) . 137.51 98.21 138.29 30.00 1204.50 TOTAL HALANCE $2,084.17 $2,084,17 $09,007.05 Hy'10 per cent on first $5.000.00 Hv 4 percent on residue ($04.007.06 Ily 4 per cent on School tax collected, ($17,290.07).... vouchers Treasurer receipt Sept. 4th. 1920 Treasurers receipt Oct 2nd.. 1920 Treasurers receipt Oct 13th., 1920 Treasurer receipt Nov. 3rd., 1920 Treasurer receipt Dec. 0th.. 1920 Treasurers receipt Feb. 10th. 1921 Treasurer receipt Apr. 8th. 1921. Road claims Miscellaneous ... ? 500.00 2.500.28 1.891.01 2.5111.00 4.729.1 1.500.00 ... ................. . ..... 3.000.00 1,000.00 7.000.00 10.000.00 2.719.19 1.515.79 $09,007.05 $fi'J.O07.05 05,00 Respectfully .ubmitted to the Court. V.6.00 CHRONLKV 11 It OA I) US, Com'r. 05.00 05.00 Said settlement was Hied, examined and approved April 8th.. 1921 by 05.00 the Fiscal Court. 05.00 224.75 Garrard County conduct it Financial affairs by keeiiing two separate Ross, David, acct, 128.05 The General Fund account and the road Ross, David acct. and distinct accounts, namely: 21.01) Ray, Harrison, Mag. fee Fund account 62.00 Kay, Harrison, Mag. fee 12.00 Ray, Chas., acct 12.00 Ray, Chas., acct GENERAL FUND 12.00 Ray, Chas., acct . $ 4.190.83 Rav, Cha.. acct. To balance in Treas. March 31st. 1920. 12.00 i To amount received by Treasurer 31,018.94 Robinson, J. E., Election Com. 10.00 4,729.17 Robinson. J. E., Lunacy fee To amount received by Sheriff and paid on claims. 5.00 3S.21 Ralston. W. O., work at jail TOTAL AMOUNT OF GENE UAL FUND 29.80 $40,238.94 Ralston, W, O., work at jail 17.10 Ralston, W. ().. acct .. 25.25 . CLAIMS PAID OUT OF GENERAL FUND BY THE TREASURER OF Ray, Nettie, acct. 10.75 Rose, II. C. acct. 5.00 GARRARD COUNTY, KENTUCKY Raney, J. W., work 100.00 Rains, Mrs. U. G., use of pasway . Acton, J. M., account $ 01.00 275,00 Stapp, Forest, salary Amon, J. A., account 12.00 120.00 Stapp, Forest, salary Amon. J. A., Salary 230.00 275.00 Stapp, Forest, salary 15.00 Amon, J. A., Stationary allowance 120.00 Stapp, Forest, salary Amon, J. A.. Salary Road Engineer 300.00 275.00 . Stapp, Forest, salary Amon, J. A.. Salary Road Engineer 300.00 . 120.00 Stapp. Forest, salary Amon, J. A.. Salary Road Engineer . 300.00 24.00 . . Stapp, Forest, acct. Anderson, William, work on roof, County farm..... 5,00 70.00 . Stapp. Forest, Expense on Co. truck Anderson, Wm.. acct. . . . 5.00 15.00 Stapp, Forest, stationary allowance . Anderson, Wm., acct. . . . 0.00 550.00 .- . Stapp, Forest, salary Anderson, Wm., acct.... 4.00 2.00 Sanders, William, acct. Anderson, Wm,, ucct. . 8.00 0.00 Sanders, S. 11., acct. Anderson, Wm., acct. . 7.00 0.00 Sutton, Ja., acct. Anderson, Wm., acct. 7.00 . . 73.50 Southern Tent A Awning Co. acct. Anderson, Wm.. acct.... 4.00 05.00 : Stlgall, T. J., acct Anderson, Wm., acct. 6.00 15.95 -- . Smith Uros., acct S. H., Coroner acct. Anderson, 32.26 42.30 Standard Printing Co. acct. Oil & Paint Company, acct. American OS. 00 7.10 Smith. F. II., acct Uabbett, Sallle. ncct. .25 .50 Smith, Mollle Ann, acct. Uradshaw, Walker, acct. 4.20 0.00 Scott, A. T. 4- Son, acct. Hurnslde, Joe, stationary allowance 0.00 20.00 'Scott, A. T.. acct 11 urn side, Julia, acct. . . 2.25 10.50 Tucker, J. A., acct Ueazley, J. A., acct for Burying Padgett 12.00 50.00 . Tucker. J. 11., acct. Haldwin Law Uook Co. acct. for 1920 Ky. Stat Co. Atty. 22.50 .50 Wren. Mrs. Mary, acct. Uradley, Gilbert Company, acct. 171.08 5.00 11. C,, acct. Warren, Sander. W. C. Sheriff llradley. Gilbert Company, acct, 10S.31 4.00 Wallace, Will, for work Scott. Virgil, Sheriff Election, etc Uastin Ilroi., acct... . 100.00 ... 200.79 Dr. Printus, salary Walker, Sewell, J. E.. Sheriff Election Hastin llroi. acct. . 140.27 150.00 Walker, Dr., Printus, salary Sander. A. F., Election Com'r Uastin Hro.i., acct. . 10.50 50.00 Williams, P. It., for work Smith Bros., acct Hastin Uros., acct. . 25.17 21.00 Williams, P. H. & Co. acct Skinner, J. S.. acct Uastin Uros., acct 39.13 . 327.00 William. P. II., for Ford car Scott, A. T. & Son, acct Uastin Uros. acct.......... 30.38 175.00 Walker, G. C. salary Sanders, C. S., acct .... Hastin Telephone Co., acct. 175.00 54.20 Walker. G. C. salary Thomas & Brown. Ins. tiremium Uroadus. E. N.. acct. 175.00 9.60 Walker. G. C, salary Tomlinsun, It. IL, acct. Lunacy fee. Hroadus, Cronley 175.00 25.0. Walker. G. C, salary Tucker. J .A., acct. making Elect, booths.. Uourne, J. H., Co. part statement of exemptions. 76.00 . II., acct lumber lankersley, liourne, J. II., salary 100.08 $32,471.89 claims paid by Treasurer Total amount of Teater, Lem, Judge Election Uourne, J. 11.. acct. Upton, J. It., hhenff Election, etc........ Uourne, J. 11., salary Walker, A. K., acct. Uourne, J. H., acct. CLAIMS ALLOWED BY THE FISCAL COURT AND PAID BY SHERIFF Walker, A. , acct Uourne, J. 11., salary Walker, A. K.. acct Uourne, J. B., Co' part statement of Exmpt....... A. K. WALKER OUT OF GENERAL FUNDj Walker, A. K Election Com'r Uourne, J. I!., stationary allowance Walker, U, Election Lunacy fees Uourne, J. II.. Co' part omitted list 4.00 Arnold. Ash. Election officer Walker, W, I).. Judge Election Uourne, J. II. , Co' part Recapitulation 2.00 Arnold, W. T.. Clerk Primary election Walker, J. J., Judge Election Uourne, J. II., Co' part supervisor -- 0.00 Arnold, T. M.. Clerk election, etc, Wulker, (i. Sheriff Election, etc Uourne, J. U salary . .. 01.00 Asklns & Moberly, acct Walker, G. C, acct Citizens Nat Hank, for note for mule 0.00 Amon, J. M., election officer William, P H. & Co.. acct Cit. Nat. Hank, int. on Court House bonds....... 17.76 Anderson. S. II.. Cor. acct. William, P. H Co., acct Coy, J. M., int. on Note 21.45 Anglin. J. W., Pauper acct Wiliams, John, Sheriff Election... Cunningham, McClellan, expenses to Orphan Home. 20.00 Hoatley. Amanda, acct Whittaker, W. E., Judge Election, Central Record, acct...... .. 57.70 Telephone Co. acct Hastin Whittaker. W. IL, acct Currey & Gulley, acct. 2.00 Hrown, A. H., election officer Wheeler, John, Judge Election Clark, Lynn, acct. 4.00 Uradshaw, Walker, Election officer Wheeler, Sim, Sheriff Election, etc Clark, J. 1!., Mag. fee 2.00 Brown, J. P., Election officer Wheeler, Sim. Sheriff Election, etc Clark, J. II.. Mag. fee 2.00 Hastin, II. V., Election officer Wherritt, Tom, Clk. Election Carter, D. M., Mag. fee 15.00 Becker & Ballard. Pauper acct Wearren, II. C, Clk. Election Carter, D M.. Mag. fee 4.00 Ballard, Ilogan, Clk. Primary and Board Election.. earren, J. P., Judge Election & PitU, lumber acct. Carter 10.00 Hallard, J. II., Election Comm'r Wynn. J. D.. Judve Election, etc. Carter & PitU. lumber acct 2.00 Ballard, J. H.. Election officer Wood, E. L. Judge Election, etc Chandler, E. II., int on note 17.20 Becker & Ballard, acct Chandler, E. !!., int. on note 8.10 Becker & Hallard. ucct Total amount paid by Sheriff out of General Fund Dougherty, Ed, acct. 4.00 Bowling. G. A., Clk. E. & Board Election 0.90 Davis, Freeman, acct. Broadus, J. W., Judge Election Mileage Davis, S. N., acct. 3.45 Broadus. W. J.. Judge Election Mileage RECAPULATION 0.00 Dixie Garage, acct. Baird. S. U, Clk. Election, etc Total of nil sums nf ninnv In ft.iiHMl . uu lur ..... L.. 2.00 Dunlap, Fayette, Burnslde, J. G Judge Election ending March 31, 1921 Dunlap, Fayette, acct. 2.00 Back, A. . Judge Election Total of all mini, n.ilil mil ,,f r:.n.rl l.',...l u.. Dennis, Frank, acct...... 7.00 Boner, W. 11., acct Sheriff Wolker and Treasurer, Dennis, Frank, acct 2.00 Batson, R. IL, Judge Election 0.90 Dennis, Frank, acct Judge Election, etc Boian, It. C. To Balance In Tws. Mach 3lst, 1921 2.00 Dennis, Frank, Bourne, B. W Clk. Election, etc 0.90 Dennis, Frank, L. IL, Sheriff Election, etc ROAD FUND Bruner, 2.00 Dennis, Frank, Bourne, Wesley, Judge Prim. Elect To amt. rec. by Treas. Including borrowed money.. 2.00 Dennis, Frank, acct Bourne, Cleveland. Sheriff, Elect., etc. March 30th . 1020. ovar drsun 3.45 Dennis, Frank, Brown, L. T.. Judge Election, etc. Total amt paid on voucher by Treai'IIIH"!" 0.00 Hrown, W. IL, Judge Election, etc 48.80 Elliott, Wm.. acct 11.25 Beazley, J. A., Insurance Premium e I Iwards, J, E salary 10.35 50.00 Election, etc Barker. R. L., Jud-Edwards, J. E., salary and acct 2.12,05 58.50 Central Record, acct Balance In hanJjof Tra. March 31st, 1921 1 10.00 Edwards, J, E., acct. 24.00 Central Record. Financial Statement 4.00 Edwards, J, E., 11.50 oook, W. It., S. Election, etc (To b continued In next Gaines, . C, Insurance premium Gilbert. J. S., acct Grow, Cha., rent on house Gabbard, D. -, nrct Garrard Hank A Tnut Co. for note and Int... Garrard Hank St Trust Co., Int. on turn pike bond Iligglns, Jennie, salary Hlggins, Jennie, salary Hlggins, Jennie, salary Illatt, Jack, acct, Iloltzrlaw, J. F & Son. nrct....... Hudson. Hughe A Farnau, nrct... Hunt, Celia, acct Harmon, J. A., acct. Itendron, Geo, M., acct. Henderson, G. M., acct. Henderson, G. M., acct. . Hendron. Geo, M., acct lion, Ellzu, ncct Won, Logan, Mag, fee Iron, Logan, Mag. fee Johnson, Wm., acct Johnson, Wm., ucct Kinnaird, V. G., ncct. Klnnaird, V. G., ncct. Kinnaird, J. II., acct. . Klnnaird, J, H., acct. I.edford. C. II., Supervisor acct. Lexington Paper Co. acct. Leavell, Geo., acct. Logan & Anderson, ncct.. McCarthy. C. I)., acct. Mclloberts. It. r... acct. Mclloberts, It. K., acct. McRobcrt. It. K. Si Son. acct. Morrow, E. W., attending Town Clock Morrow, h. W.. acct. Marsee, Noah, acct Mason. . I!.. acct Montgomery, Mattie, E., acct. Norri. Tom, acct National Hank. Note and Interest .., Pennick, D .A., acct Peyton, Tom, ncct Puryear, Emmett, salary Patterson. G. M., acct Pollard. Martha Alice, acct. Price, W. K.. acct Price, W. K.. acct. Price, W. K., acct Ross, David, salary David, Ro, David, salary salary Ross, Ross, David, salary Ross, David, salary Rom, David, salary Rom, David, salary Ross, David, salary Rom, David, salary Ross, David, salary Ross, David, salary Kos, David, salary .. Ros, David, salary .. K-I- W., Int. on note Int. on note.. F.lmore, J. W., Hond & Int. X. W. Harri Klmore, J. W.. per order of Court Frlsbie, Mr. F. P., reporting death and birth Foley, S. It., nccl (rave. Cha., Beet Klmore, Elmore, J. W J, ............... ... 302.00 132.00 1,240.00 10,000.00 ... .... .. .. 53,25 10,75 ................. ..................... .............. ........ ....................... ...................... ..................... ........................ .................... ..................... ..................... ............... ..................... .................... .................... .................... .................. ...................... ........................ ....................... ... ................... .................. ... .................. ............ ... ..... ...... ........ .......... ... 48.80 14,00 0.00 5,50 1,502,50 2 10.00 187,60 187.50 187,60 13,00 is.no 70,60 051.11 1.2$ .75 10,75 13,00 .75 2.50 23,50 20,06 "12.00 10.75 3.00 9.00 8.75 13.50 0.00 9,00 7.00 3,00 14.45 2 1.05 41.98 6.60 22.59 60,00 2.50 19.00 79.43 .60 5,180.07 .75 12.00 ........ ........... ....... ... ..... ..... ........ ... ........... .......... ........ ........ 8.00 125.00 3.15 .75 .75 1.00 06,00 05.00 .75 05.00 05.00 05.00 05.00 06,00 .....r. ...... ........ ...... ... .. ........... ........... .................. ....... ........ ................... ............ J...... ... ..... .. ......... ......... .. ... .. ... .. ..... ... ..... .. .......... .. .. ...... .... ........ ... .... ........ .. .. ....... ... ... .. .i .................. .......... ... ........ ... ........ ... ................ ... ................ ..... ............ ........... ..... ........ ... ...... ... .. ... ..... .. ............... ............... .. ............. .. ......... .... ............. ............... ... ......... .... .......... .......... ..... ..... ...... ...... ..... .......... ... ........... .. ...... ...... ......... .. .............. ............... ................... .............. ............... Clark, Lynn, acct. Clark. J. IL, acct. Campbell. J. I!., Judge Election Calico, Elbert, Judge Election Conn, II. P., Judge Election Criscllls. J. M . Judge Election, etc.... Casey, R. A , Judge Election, etc. Cunningham. W. It., Judge Election, etc. Champ, A. II., Clk. Election, Etc Chance, D. Clk. Election, etc Carrier, W. S.. Clk. Election, etc Davidson, L (!.' Clk. Election Dlckcrson, J. E., Clk. Election Dlrkeron, J. E.. Clk. Election Davis, S. P., Judge Election Davit, W. K.. Judge Election, etc Davidson A Walker, Ins. premium .. Davis, S. N. ncct Dlrkerson, W. A., acct Dickerson, W. A., acct Davis, Raymond, for post Davis, Raymond, for post Elmore St Hopper, In, premium Elliott, W. M , acct Edwards, A. F.. Sheriff Election, Foley, S, It., House holding E Furr, W II., acct Farra, J. M., Judge Election Fain, W. II. , Judge Election, etc. Goodloe & Walker, acct ... Gaines, E, (' , In, premium . .. Graves, (' W , Judge Election Grow, N T, Judge Election, etc Grow, E. P., Judge Election, etc Gay, II. S., Judge Election, etc Hammons, J. E.. Sheriff Election, etc.... , Haelden, J. S., Jr., Sheriff E., etc Haselden, J S.. Sr. hour for election ... , Sheriff Election, etc. ... J Iloltzrlaw, Hill. S. A . Judge Election, etc Hicks, J. T., Judge Election Hicks, J. T., Judge Election, etc Hicks. Tom. Sheriff Election, etc Hamilton, J. I., Clk. Election, etc Hendren, W. M., Clk. Election, Hotel Kengarlan. Padgett acct... Haelden Bros., acct Hudson A Farnau, acct Hudson Sz Farnau, acct Hun. kins, E. D., acct Johnson, Dr. W M., acct Jennings, Mark, Clk. Election, etc. Kennedy, M. O., Judge Election, Kemper & Woods, Ins. premium. '. Kinnaird, V. G., acct, Kinnaird, J. H., acct Iiyton, Alex, Sheriff Election, Leavell. W. K., Sheriff acct Led ford, C. 11., Judge Election, etc....... Lawson, Wm. I., Judge Election I.ay. D. M., Judge Election, etc Lcdford, It. IL, Clk. Election, etc Ijiwsou, J. II., Clk. Election, etc. I.edford Jt Ramsey, acct I.edford & Cox, acct, Ijtne. II. M , acct. . Mason, Sue Shelby, acct . Macn, Sue Shelby, acct Mason, Sue Shelby, acct Mason, W P , acct .r McMurtry, R. D., Judge Election, McQuerry, J II , Judge Election, ete. Moss, W It, Judge Election, etc Marsee, Noah, Judge Election, etc Marsee, J F . Sheriff Election, etc Marsee, Noah, acct Morse, Henry, Judge Election, etc .Morse, I. II. , Sheriff Election, etc Murphy, Lewis, Judge Election, etc...... Morgan, John, acct Montgomery, ('has.. Judge Election Meadows, Robt , Judge Election, Pieratt, J. S., hou' holding Election..... Prather, Sam, Judge Election Parson, It. F , Judge Election, etc Pierce. Curti. Sheriff Election.etc Perkins. Pool. Clk. Election Poindexter, C. K., acct Higney, W. O., acct Rogers. N. W., Sheriff Election, etc Rogers. T. J., Sheriff Election, etc Roger. T. J , Sheriff Election, etc Rains. I' G.. Clk. Election, etc Ray, E. II., Clk. Election, etc Ross, I), F., Judge Election, etc Rubble, IL C . Judge Election, etc J Rankin, B. F., Judge Election, etc Raney, J. F house holding Election..... Romans. W. J., house holding Election Romans, W. J., acct. Robinson, Geo. H.. road viewing Sanders. Cha. A., Clk. Election, etc. Slavin. T. It. Clk. Election. Sander. J. W., Clk. Election Sanders, J. W., Clk. Election. 1919 Sanders. J W . Clk. Election, snec. 1919. . Sanders, J. W., Judge Primary Election, 1 918. Sweeney, J. W., Judge Election, etc Sanders, S. T., Judge Election Sebastian. J. It, Judge Election Scott, E. II., Judge Election, etc ..... ....... ....... .... 50.00 4.00 2.00 2.00 2.00 4,00 r4S C 2Q 4.00 4,00 4,00 2,00 2,00 2.00 2,00 4.0D ' 219.00 75.00 2S.50 12JL30 51.70 ...... etc.... U'M 0,00 7.41 JLoa 2.7 2.01 3,4 55,98 266,96 2.0 7.46 i , , .Lit 4,00 g.90 3.00 4 s.oo 0,09 3.4S 2.01 4.01 20,00 ..... etc.... .... W34 1 301.07 21.00 11.00 0,01 3V--S etc.... ...j... ... .... 1 2,00 70,01 9.00 6.06 3.16 2.08 2.00 etc....... ......... ttt 3.41 (.00 .... 441 SO. 98.00 170.01 27.00 10.10 4,00 2.00 2.09 i.0 II tM etc.. S.9 0 IMI 2.00 .... ...... ..... 0.00 4,00 5,45 5,00 2.00 2.00 3.00 2,00 5,45 3.45 .... 3,55 22.50 6.46 3,45 3,45 2,00 9.00 2.00 2.00 3.00 3.00 8.00 12.00 4,00 2.00 2,00 2.00 2.00 2.00 545 ......... 100 t.00 2.00 2.09 0,9 8 1.16 2.00 10.08 0.90 .... ... 1.76 112,60 2U 202.70 103,80 55.00 42,00 17.50 2.00 ..... 3,(6 ............. ..... K-- 1 ........... ..... ........... ....... ....... ................. ..... ........... ............. .. .. .... (, . etc.. ... ...... ................ ................... ................ ................... ...... ...................... ..................... 60,60 115.00 00.04 10,00 15.00 2,00 2,00 4,00 30.00 71.95 3,95 2,00 10,35 5.00 2,00 3.46 3.45 2,00 2,00 2,00 10.35 0,00 $4,729.17 acct......................... ........................ tj mcai year . acct........................... acct............................ acct............................ acct........................... acct.......... .................. ........................ J-- $40 238.94 37,201.00 $3,037.88 ........ ........ ................ ............... . 58.83L81 $69,450.78 ... $70,324.03 59,450.78 $10,873.85 lat-Jt.- ) lfcHs( The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, April 3, 922 1 1 0 PRE-EASTE- R ZEALOUS ALWAYS FOR YOUR INTEREST, OFFERING RELIABLE SPECIALS. GOODS AT REASONABLE PRICES FOR OUR SLIPPERS going fast at $3.85 and $4.85. About 500 pairs left-G- et a pair of these wonderful values. Again we are going to offer you unusual values in MILLINERY. $5.00 and $6.00 HATS, $3.00. $7.50 and $10.00 HATS AT $5.00. We will offer these bargains from THURSDAY, APRIL 13th., through SATURDAY, APRIL 15th. A NEW SHIPiMENT OF COATS JUST ARRIVED, $14.75 and $16.75. On Thursday, Friday and Saturday we will give 20 PER CENT OFF ON ALL SUITS AND DRESSES. Special price on RUGS and FLOOR COVERINGS. The One Price Store. ami Miss Minnie Mar Itobinson Katie Horne Dickern have been recent visitors in Lexington. MiM Mm -. 4 House of Quality. Dove One Price Store . . I U .1. .L (Elf MITK't'IIlI Willi Harris of Danville her sutiT, Mrs. I'attie Anderson. NOTHING ON EARTH LIKE IT Good Patent Flour 16 Pound of Sugar . - . Cnlico. Gingham 12'8c to Save the Difference Other things in proportion. WHITE FRONT NKAK OKI'OT. Everybody Trades With $1.00 $1.00 10c 20c Miss Jehnetta Farra i with her Itev. Harry Hudxtn ha recovered from his recent Whom mah to the parents .Mr. and Mrs. John M. Farra,' far the Faster vacation. gratification of his many friend. Mr. and Mr. J. M. Itellards, of' Dr. Charles Zlmmer, Mrs. Zlmmcr Danville were week-en- d guot of! anil children, of Lexington, apent Mr. ami Mrs. I.oyd Hsurne. Sunday with Mr. aw! Mr. It. Mrs. Tho. I.ognden and Mr. (5.! II. Todd, of Faint Uck, spent TuesMi . W. II. Mason. Mm. Snllir , He Lawson and Mls Sue Shelby day with their father, Judge Tread-way and Mr?. Treaiiwny. Lexington Mason were vWlr in ' EASTER SHOWING Not in years have we had such a !are assortment of beautiful HATS. We have just received three shipments for the and invite you to see our complete line, which includes every conceivable style that is new and wearable. Easter Trade H R. J. ENGLE Mr a i Hon. J. K. Itobinson ha returned Say it with dollars, Wc like to from a viiit to hi brother, Mr. Jim hear you talk. itreet. Mr. Clarence C. TimIiI and little uomnson in Chattanooga, Tenn. iry, m Louisville. Mr. Walter Hudson, who bat been son, Talton, of Tucumcari, New Never threaten to lick the fellow Mr. and Mrs. It. Zimmer, Mr. C. who Mim I.ucretta Skinner ami Mi" upending some time in California, is Mexico, have been visiting Mr. calls you bad name. Do it inC. Walker and .Mrs. L. N. Miller Mildred Heazley nrr in with bis mother, Mr. Lucy Walker Todd' grandmother, Mrs. Sarah II. stead. and baby were in Hlchmond TuesK. K. A. Kucker. Hudson. t tht Csmlssi end day. A Htwl MiMJmi If the Joke Is on you the other Mr George It. Kubinton anil Mr. .Miss F.Ha Mae Ilourne ha returnMIm Carrie Miller left Thursday Gslri by TNm Vft An IiUnuttd lit. Mr. Sanford, Mr. and Mrs. Ceo. fellows won't do half the laughing If Jnrk Hyatt were In Danville the past for Charleston, West Virginia, to ed home after a visit to Mr. and you tell It yourself. week on buinc. iprnd Easter with her sisters anil Mrs. John Underwood, of Danville Ilrown and daughter, MUs Elsie, were viitow in Danville the past I). W. Dunn, near Ferry-vlll,'rothrn- and Mr. Miss Julia Itrld . suiting relative We arc quite willing to have all Mr. Adolph Joseph is In IMii-- 1 week. n Lexington. wrong severely punished, provided vllle visiting her mother ami little Mm. Alfred Ilrent, who ha been I Mr. and Mr. Alfred I'oynter and we are the judge of right and wrong. visiting her brother, Mr. Harry Tom Mr. J. K. Itobinson was in Louis Mm Margaret Hughe l visiting iiaugnier, uert uee. Hnson ami Mrs. Tomllnson, ha re- - villv this week to attend the meeting children have returned home after a in Louisville. friends ItoM. Lewis Walker ami Mr. Dave Many a fellow puts a diamond ring of the Democratic State turned to her home in Lexington. Central week's visit with .Mr. II. 0. I'oynter on n girl's linger during courtship and family. I Mr. Sallir Tente ha returned Itoss have gone te Martinsville, Ind., and F.xccutive Committee lit the and a washtub in front of her after far a ten days tay, Master Clay Kautfman Shackel- - j jjrejt,acj, frt.ru a visit in Danville. Mi Margaret Griffin took the marriage. ford, who ha been viniting his grandMr. Hubert Tomllnson, Mr. and Southern train at Danville Tuesday Mr. Willie Swopc ha been spendMr. (. II. Swinebroad were visitor mother, Mrs. Hmma Kaulfman, ha! Mr. Felix Henry, of KIDorado, afternoon for Louisville, where she Fljh'cr Mvrt Net Weaken. a few days In Frankfort. ing Ark., who i attending Centre Col- returned to hi home in liichmond. In Lexington Saturday. l Till- ill lOHfcrn. to debt lege, Danville, Ky- - spent Sunday attending the h. E. A. meeting. Mr .and Mm. Joe Francis Frier ml wi'er. Iwneter tniiiil Mii4 Thlma Hamilton and Mar- with his grandparvta, Mr. innnfu'l.t. Mm. K. L. Owsley will return SatMrs. and fold Ik) wm.mK tn lay 4mwi llilnr vrrrr vtMter In Lexington the pait urday from a viH at Martinsville, tha Ward Sweeney, students of Ham- S. II. Henry. lake HIkM. U.rimo nrm. m week. ilton College, Lexington, are with Indiana ami Nicholasvillc fc'cupill. their parent for the KaMer vara-tieMr. W. S. dure and Mr. Itobert Hon. NVImmi liodi.s. of Danville, ... , ,..i. Clore entertained at Shakertown Inn iniii- a'wvjf aiKt w Gives In Lanoa.tcr Saturday on bu.i- - k ,pim4tni ki, Ka,Ur In Prizes! w,h with dinner, Friday Tht Wool Combers. six o'clock Mr. ami Mn. II. K. ItMblHson ami night ness. I In the tttiu hi aunt, Mts Lena Ilrigbu in honor of their guetf, Miv. 0rH'r ( I'nrU one cMhlren have returned to thoir hewe Louiiville Hersld Announiti Clean, (often es r"tt" "f .iiri)ln'iultil Jane Howling ami Siisnn Marriott. Mr. V.rtril Itk. of DanvMo. at 's lu m4u- - itilet corner of tho Mr. I 'ran WiUiama has gone to In IiHcatter after vWting Mr. tended the fnnerol of Judge J. W. tic Gift Campaign Which InMrs. K. C. Cnine pnrenU. Huv. and .Mrw. F. M. tliunb ilMir, Mns't. Tliap vkitliiti Stanford, where he ha accepted a entertained a Wilier. inu the wixil of their ii.rKii.i: few friends Friday evening with an Tinder in North MMdletowM. position in a hardware store. clude Free Automobile ., .. 't r bow poor it t Ilmlll elegant six o'clock dinner at her! Mrs. Lucy P. BaJVrw few returned The latest report from the bedl.o. U almost i( Mr. Kr.1l NMnhlHir, of MMdlos-Whome on Maple avenue. The center n vMt to MIm Kim lUeo In from 1. rM! t- iel with M ... v ka been visiting her parent. side of Mr. Christopher FnrrH of of the table had a French basket with a lavish hand, according to an' , lll. Denver. Colorado, are very encmir-nieiH- Mlled with spring ttewurs. A Mr. and Mr. J. It. Ilourne, four announcement jnt made by The' murh to the gratification of course menu was served ami Mr. W. It. Cak, of Darttl. ksis the eve-- i Louisville Herald. More than Hrr many Umcnsier friend. nHHng a fw 4mf- - wth Mr. Little MiM SekHlfunJ, af been ning proved a most enjoyable one.jOOO In prizes are included in the liti W. II. Ma has boon viiHting her of award to be distributed among I Mr. W. It. Hastin and Mr. W. II. Mrs. Kmnta KauiTmnn, Mr, llewie Duddetar, whs. ha mon aml Women of Kentucky and an-- 1 Diekerson are in Louisxille tni week Mum DTolay Duality hi vMUng for ami people from a!l Mrs. J. K. Klmore, Mr. W. D. to rush the deliver' af their radio hern here from lndMnapoU". brother, hiHiBK her craFHiwoUwr. Mrs. B. F. Wabtir an extomleii visit with her (t.otions are entering the gift Hlanton ami Mn. Itoburt Turioy have outMt, which they hope to have in in Lexington. I.enr, will return home the lat-- , that is nttracUng such w . operation within the next ten day. ken reerat visitors In Danvillo. J ter part of next week. She it How attention. Mr. KuhII Ilrowit una UttW Mr- Worner, of with Mrs. Cha. Denman. of Nicho-- j " Itoka, af UryantM1Hr, daughter, Miss Carrie llelle Itoman. who I nv automobile to be given aA.iy were visitors of her mother, Mr. S. a teacher in the Stanford nchool, I j Cameron. Mb., Mr. Howard Harvey, lasville, will als. visit Mrs. Henley are furten in number. They ,r,. j f Muncie, Ind., and Mr, l.ula Dalley Iltln in Frankfort for a few day. cudt. a JJ.8J.8.7B Marmon. $a,J75 D. Coehrnn Sunduy. at home for the KaMer vacation. Danville, who were rnllel to the ' of Isaac A. Darker, sen of Squire IE. CudHUtc, Sl.WD Ilayne. J1.335 Hup. JIim Kluabeth Anderton left thl bedside of Mrs. II. O. I'oynter Iat Mr. loimbert, f Ilrrea, ha re-- ' , $1,150 Studv, to her, week for Monticello, when? he will I wol, have returnwl to their homo. L. Darker is at home for an indefinite mobile, 51.10.. home, after a turned baker, $l,Ut5 Columbia, $1,030 stay, having receivel hi honurablr mother, Mr. Dra WeUr, at the. have charge of the trimming depart ARE SMART LOOKING Mr. and Mr. W. It. Hattln and discharge from the U. S. Army, Hutch. $1)70 .Maxwell, $St0 Durant,1 home of Mr an. I Mr Hn Wo...l mi nt n n millinvry store t).S 25 Overland and Chevro.tt.j tlaugbtiT, Willie Allene, left Tiles- - where he has served for the past The plan of the gift campaign t 'day afternoon for Louisville. Mr. ! three year. For the past IK menths ilustin wilt attend the Kentucky Ice he ha served In the I'hillipine such that the winners ( the aito' ..re to be' They Nlands and made quite a record as a mobiles and other "m Manufacturer Association. decided by v.. ten. un i. jrc were accompanied by Mr. Adolph markfimiH. the highes: number uf w:. Joeph, MiM Lucretia Skinner nndj ' 1 fllwinc teachers are alteml- - the luchy .no to hecomv the i.r,. r M s Mildred lleosJey mg the K. E. A., in Louisville this of hJgb.powertHl motor cars of LEAVE NO GAP HERE' ' (i. II, Carrler( of I.iincmstor with week: I'rof. Paul Hoyd, Mis Ilettie latest models. C3 the George II. Streitman Son Cov Itobinson, Miss Minnie Johnson, MIm Several of the largest newspaper1 FOR FKESH m pany, Cincinnati, wa in Somermtt, Lucretia Skinner, MIm Kllr Smith, of the country have recently co" I .iionticeiio, tianvi ille and Stanford Mrs. Mho Hughe Noknd. Miss Mil- ducted similar campaigns, with the an week. Mr. Carrier say he is dred Iloaaley, Mis I.tMio Ilett, Mir result that Ufus;inds of people have I SSi very anxious to Join the Blue Crass Sexton. .Miss Mary Wilder and Mi beeome interested in the fortune Coun cil and tilled out his application Hthel Ustridge. those who participated and tecurt l THCIFt INSTCP WILL V? and expect to Join In the very near grntw. auteMokilit The Louuv lle NOT GIVE LIKE THIS Miss Hobble Marie Engle enter- llernUl, future. Lexington Herald. in inaugurating campa.gn tained Monday evening at her home ha arranged a prize listits that it the One of the most delightful alfair on Iticlimoml street in honor of her great in thi-- history of Kentucky VilllX spieiAt of the pact week wa the dinner par- thirteenth birthday. Thine present Xsuppoai of all kinds. Fancy and Staple GROCERIES. Journalism, and i 1 expected that ty with which Mrs, J .E. Klmoro en-- 1 were Mines Ida llurnsidc, Helen will he Many eager ones to there tertamed Wednesday at her home in Stapp, Dorothy Dunlap, Helen Wil- share in this generou dutnbut. n "Hill Court " It wa in honor of liams, Ceorgelta Walker, Mary Lee of a fuHuno in BUT KEEP YOUR GOOD Major and Mrs. Itobert Turley, who Dunn. Ethel Kaney, Joiephine Itaney, rooTrncHEs good left thi week for their home in Kiie Hatfield, Mattie Mae Hubble, Why continue to refer to them at I'anama. The house and table had Mary Edith Walker and Master Chan. murderer? The art has been 0H lAlt BY Public Square. lovely dreoratlons of (lower and the Walker. The evening was pent by Phone 206. to uoh a science they are enW. SMITH menu was delicious. The guests playing several games, after which titled to a more aristocratic numbered about twelve. delightful refreshment were served. Gossip About People veNS Sunfurd ha returned .fit to his daughter, Mr. frm A fa- Mi Anna Mae Smith, of Louis-- 1 Mr. M. A. Kenning, of l.ukvillc. vttle, has been the guest of hcr visit grandparents, .Mr. and Mrs. S. II. Joined M fiwe for a week-ent Mrs. J. C. Itobinson on ItlohmHml Henry far tevrral day. d nday. FRANCIS-SWIT- J I e. 1 I 1 -- ..... - NEWSPAPER Fortune i,.,h.. n. 11 I 11 4 1 1 -- K 3,- Itloh-mon- d. r, grand-mothe- J tM, cam-Wr- a. , i it Kt-ttt- 1 ' Call Scott & Ruble w if Fruits and Vegetables Fresh Fish and Meats ' - it Scott & Ruble pr. . M. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday. April 1 3, 1922 LlUrally or Fi0 jrativtly. run i i tml well with people by ue.nlliu on ihelr Iloston TratKirtpi You FARM LIVE STOCK SWINE SANITATION BY 1 TAKE GUDE'S PEPTO-MANGAN It FILM welcome. . Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Uean, Mr. and Roundworm Cautt Qroit LotMt Each There an "new style" even In Mrs. Irvine Uean, Mr. J. It. Dean, Yar to H09 Qrowr Mr. Ilillard A new "fail" comei, it Mr. Harrison Dean, Shown Growing. medicine. popular for a while, anil then fade Ilrumflcld and family, Mr. and Mrs. ,rr.p.r A remi.Jy that Will Vanderpool, b,(. Hamlet Messrs. of for thirty year Jennings and Krnest Montgomery atThe life ami Hihcntiire of a worm ha stood the would not seem to le pnnilslna: ma-- must have remarkable merit and tended the burial of Mr. Victor Ad. for a mm le scenario, hut a Mini called a "fad." Such I ams, at Lexington Sunday afternoon. recently Issued by the United Stale We will offer this aeason the service of my tine .uddle stallion WALK originated by Ivp.irtment of Apiculture prove t ml t H AR, Is full of Joy to thoe who ING VERDCT, at my place one mile Life u .. South of Buckeye on the Lancaster the do nin of orxnnhin .' " ,l ... are willing to forget their sorrows. und the "R0 whh h" a the roundworm that Infe-l- s Buckeye pike, at ! Rood health Pi'Wde Intestine of awllie may tie al.sort.lni:. The government explains that the( Asmrls lumtirlmldes Is the seleiitllle-- by improving the blood, for tlil parasite that cniie pan is tin iron tonic. It contain bird on the new peace dollar is an To A Living Colt. We are hankering to make Brent hisses ewry )ear to nwlne urow- - jrn in a special form easily absorb- eagle. er, and the title of the Hmmtloiinl e,j ,y ,(,, ,y,tem. It put color Walking Verdict is a Natural Walker and has proven hlmelf a splen its acquaintance. I "Kilt AscurM." , thl. j,,,, Bm cheek., and improve The screen story I built urouud lhe entre uoJv b. impro-ini- r The nntidobacco campaign in did breeder. He U by the noted hore VERDICT and a mere extended and tieltditmr farmer, one of whom i An alder pedigree can be een at my ptar. t, ,i, l.v Chicago has hit the rocks. ha succr with hi pig and the oilier in both liquid and table man Introduced a resolution in the ao much hard luck that he I, JruiM. At the same time and place will stand a Number One good Jak, city council making it unlawful for cottntk'cd nlrn( lo the jsilnt of nlvlnc lorm. 11 you want 10 oe wen anu smoke in public, and femininity im up the business. Tlie iunii with tlie ttroni; and look fine and healthy, take in n burst of proAdvertise-men- t. mediately exploded unthrifty hen cues down the ro.nl (tide's test against uch an unjust curtaillo we the successful hog miser nlxiut AT $10.00 TO INSURE A LIVING FOAL. ment of their liberties. It worked. till troubles and I told that round worm lire the protwble rnuv of Mr MT. HEBRON Care taken 'to prevent accident but will not be responsible sswuld any This radio stulT is great stuff, any'allure. Hut he l skeptical ami reunconvinced until a main way. It is only a question of time occdr. HI at Mr. Je.e Sh'errow is quite veterinarian U called lu to tlluKiio- when we will be able to pick up our thi writing. the mse. receiver and hear the president ora IiIkIi The veterinarian hrluz Mr. Hunter Kay and family have der his soft boiled eggs for breakmiser microscope and sets It up on been ill with the flu. fast. And we might, per chance, hoi In the hot; ynrd where he shows BUCKEYE, KENTUCKY. even hear him cuss the chef when Prof. Harrod spent the week-en- d lli farmer and ills neiKlilmr mat uk they are overdone. nil of the lot Is badly lnfetel with with hi parents, in Frankfort. the minute ntf f the roundworm Mr.. J. (J. Harrod, of Preachers-ville- , Th "StriKt" l On. Spiritualistic Mania. The eggs with the .ijlniiliu' yoiiiu was here for the Play Friday The cmti.iter iilkl the wnller. Sir Chartn-- s London's chief Prom Southern It.ivurln come Hit worms plainly visible wlihln tlo walls evening. Imnl, af hihmI m report of uu entire family of II mem tuugNtriite, once- g,ie a lecture on There's m niy are shown In the Held of the mln-co- e " etH-c- t rtUsiige." isihl he. Prof.. Itrown and Harrod are at Imts ilns liisuiie HiMHitfli spiritual-I'll- c "Tint" and Incidentally reined j story to lie that Is reproduced on the dim. -- nnl with the dtt. hut Fit tie huiL'ed of a Siolllth minister who mi one experiment. The nelghlsir Then the entire life history of the tending the K. K. A. in Louisville j found them, after their ulin thus addressed it cotidetmml If I'll rat the kennel worm Is shown, from the time the this week. "Ilojiuld, moil, th- - gnllows furniture. hIhiui to offer up uu Infant rrlmlnat U awallowed hy the uiiwlltliu Cff Miss Kate Holtzclaw was the weekWhat I Charmf an- - ready, tlie hniumnn's ri'inly. the a tas the "spirit of pur le until the parasite Is mature and end guest of Mi. Mo I director iteen stleoip. Ituth Ilroadus at lUht.- - Scientific American tistdy are ye remly J" Chliuo one of hundreds In Hie Intestine. Hie But-nIng to ilf flu charm In woman. No ( Vista, Herald. crow lug worms are shown t the owner of them advance the mw dctlnltlon. Mrs. Harrod Kaln.s and children, i right In his own sick pics where then Slamtst Nation of Gambit). Sir J. JI. Ilarrle In -- Wlwt i:ery Wont-aEverytxsly gumMe In Slam. When Fast After a Wtek-End- . lire plenty of secliiiens In various) of tancaster, were with relative.! Knows." says that "li s a sort of ery here a part of j you go out for golf at the lloyal Spjrt stages of development fnuii HiThe wider frevdoui of ttie leli'im bloom on a wimiijii I: week. u iuvp It club, your caddy bet with your op- Iioiips of the wit-- .'ml prlures In you ... lie.! to Mis Uettie 'Scott and brothers,' ponent's caddy on your game. And the rase of many ordluirlly se.tent.iry and don'tjrou don't Jiuie i thing 't If it hii.' It Mrsn a rofulltlon of Messrs Gobel and Walter, of Nlcho-- I If your game Is not so good a and tn.ittiT what else yiiH I'll I eg. ' tasville, were should he. your caddy will deftly pick liirri-a- l here for the Play. appetite wtil-'- Is apt to last plain It generally. ielal 'a mJ you on Into the (M.lritiln .if the wrklng protldeiui- up your hall with his toe, utile rtwn has well In I! Ihut no two The Play given by the school here watch him. and carry It Just a little Week villi llltr-- i i nun aire on a .. ciMlseilell ietliiltlKi. Friday evening was quite a succe. Mt farther than you were able to Thus the I in. el is :l Otherwise our liven m ie deotrd About $42 was realized. Quite a drive II Kmmii the Heatenly ltoy.il; persons reini uiiig from wei'ic-ento.n e enllrtdy to gun ftnh' III th-number from Gilberts Creek were1 City of Sl im hy Florence Humes t niir nit our their! of manning ll.e .! filler. In Asli Mucuzlue. oo .M tn ' until present. Toledo lllu.le. The Sate And Reliable Tonic Used by Physicians For 30 Years 1.4 L. I)tson, of Louisville, three excellent sermon here Saturday night, Sunday and Sunday evening. He Is wotklng In Interest of the 75. Million campaign. His subject Sunday was "Tithing." His gave him a hearty many friend Rev. J. WALKING VERDICT toe. other Samitimai. Stan) a woimio ta lea roncerneil with the ouitsmie of her ii.irrlga than with tin liieHie of II Oally Thought. Tli history of a nation. In M enat) In which I u the word. Is often beat studied In work not professedly hl torlcal. Macanlajr Qtnrua Rttult of oermf flentus has Imvii exphilmsl hy an lrih surgeon as the prlurt of germ w filch get Into and around to human brain. Boswood Hard ta Obtain. country we oh tons of the Turkish Vri.in ImixmihmI for engruvli.g, hut (Ms finely tejture.1 wood Is now dltlliuli to ohtaln uml erj hlch prletnl, urdlti.irtly w us 3,lsi ions of It aiiniully In till-- , PrIU i in tet can-terl- nl j nt IVpto-Manca- Pepto-Man-min- e $10.00 Insure hI ,.,.. en-tw- o m.I n. Pepto-.Manira- CHIEF NAPOLEON , ( Har lndttdk nivtitly puhllhel stnry wrurs the folfoMliu: "Hating thrust a New Testament Into his poekei hefom sUrtluc he now took It out anil rend the Twenly-th- l I'sulm." This must n rare ntfty of the Testahate ment, unknown to any roi! otlu-- r limn the author and his rtHtnirtrr. In n 11 J T. O. Hill and T. C. Jenkins lnti, - -- Not n few mainN.a of hhlliii; siirtH : . to Imagine how a mere deflulte as squirrel show ii. ferent hoards the t i nuts, tirefhliill aiHi may !e a stamlh) it, winter wlwn the . .. which Is not a utsUlinhle a oqutrtti at - i'i. . !: ... ., ., . he hstttt I easy .m . to f diffH-- s) i:r iI I .uh uitel. tws of . , . t." sleip when the )oung tm r aw i . i .usi-r. t"r, . It la M I ro''s hje o4u lime in il parmts, ilrad cillMiili-- s the quirts' Mtll I" fllMtll ui. '. . or for if th odd . KllHct n lat - lu' .h-n- rl; Green Clay Walker Law And Real Estate Money to loan on List your farm for talc farm. priv- 1 ' -- e. lilli ately or at auction. Office over J. W. Smith's Store. - Me-dii- 'i ' prlf-lieg- M. S. HATFIELD DENTIST OfeTIca ossr Th Garrard Baalr. On Llttl Pig Had Worms, th Othtr Had Nont. ' small, newly hatched form up tu those that are full grown and more hall a fool In length, This film, "Kxlt Ainrts," will he sent to extension worker and field men of the department uiid the state agricultural colleges and lu farm bureau. Other organization ;hat are Interested lu Improving th- - swine Industry may get reel when they are uvalluhle, jiiiI print of the dim iniiy he at cost hy anyone who cures to own It. liupilrles should be to the I'uited State Department of Agriculture. Washington. D. C. d i Why theI02? USCO is better than fust a'I02?tire for $10.90. This odd and closely figured price was the lowest quotation V Offic S. Phoa LANCASTER, RtUac 37. KENTUCKY DR. J. OMTOMHTUI8T I'ractice J. BVRINE N November 10, 1921, the 30 x Vh. "Usco" was marked to sell ever made on any tire of standards. A genuine pioneering step by the makers of U. S. Tires. Jcnoum it standby on millions of cars for years. Better than it ever was. Still putting the cmphasl) cn honest quality, even if it doea sell for only ten dollars and ninety cents. product. The tire that people still buy for the f mty of its quality regardless of the limited and correcting defect of Kyeiight by the of tlttm proper ulaiset. DANVILLE. KENTUCKY. to diagnonnir Opposite Gilcher Hotel. OaTUa Hour to 12 aad t ta I a. at. a The $10.90 tire with the record of a proven MIXED INFECTION B IN SWINE If Hog Industry Would Mort Attsntion Cholera, Say Bttr Off Qiven to Expert. Now comes a Ut ef different $10.90 tires being rushed into Unfamiliar to look at Mixed Infection lu hogs Is receiving ' This name wu too much notoriety lu wilted by u hlololinl house for the purpose of putting n new bucterlu on "he market. Tlie new bacteria U to present eterul of the com of ho cholera, such us plication , hwlae plague. I rm u hdentlflc the term "mixed Infection" nothing If more attention mean ere given to hoz rholeru niul less to "mixed Infection.'' the hog Industry would be belter olT. - Hr. tl. S. Weaver, .South Dakota. ntund-(Mtlnt- the market. "Special" tires. "New" treads. perhaps an atmosphere of having been made to meet the price. But the "Usco" still occupies a place by itself. A good old with law amount they pay. QMXi&MMi wj r?f.7,Tv.v.'.W' j J 1 mm J, A. Beazlev DIRECTOR Otllre Over Natl m! H.nk. Reiidence I'hone 3 Otlice I'hone 27 ' LANCASTKIt. KY Dr. Printus , Walker 0J 317 KEN TL'CKY VETERINARIAN. Calls Anixmil N(ht Promptly Phons Trees For Spring Planting FRUIT AND SHADE TREES BLOOMING SHRUBS SMALL FRUITS STRAWBERRIES GRAPEVINES PERENNIALS EVERGREENS HEDGING ROSES ETC. SEED POTATOES. KverythitiK for the Orchard, Lawn ami (Jnrden. A larjfe illustrated catnlojf ami guide sunt on request. H. F. HILLENMEYER & SONS A Nursery Word In Kentucky. Lexington, Kentucky. FEED FOR FATTENING Animal In a Dry-Lo- LAMBS United States Tires are Good Tires - t Should Hjv 8hlld Corn Twic Oally Allow Plenty Salt. mm TWOUuULirn' JtuMir Orwaftuttam m th World ul To fatten feeder hitnlis lu dry-lo- t low them each u hmiihI of shelled corn (wire dally, two Minn. of corn flluge. with about one sixth pound of ollm jl with the allage. utid plenty of clover, alfalfa or ixihean buy In the lifter-nooAllow plenty of suit For growing lauths a xhh1 ration Is UMie of lurts of rwni, oats, limn and ullmeul. Furnish plenty of good bay. Cop.rijht Pit. U.S.fill Ca. HI United States Tims United States Rubber Company PROPEREXERCISE FOR EWES B Part of Roughjg Should Fiald at Soma Oiitanc th Fad In From imr" Where You Hunters Beware We poiitively will not permit fox huntlnifn hp kunt.n,. ..r -- i v. . aiijr vflttlrtkbc. or trctpataini; on ocr farm. Any violators will be penecuUd J. S. Schooler, Kduar Trice, W. A. Price, Joe Cricllli, T. J. Price, It. L. Klkln, II. M. Lear, It. E. Barker It. F. Paruna, Marinda Lonuiworth. (Other name will be .iddedupon the payment of 25 cent) (tf.) Barn. .... Breeding ewe khould get enough exercise, line of the cuue of weak luinh Is due to the fart that ewe liuve not. udeuiute exerelse. When It i. in be arranged, at teust a p.irt of the roughage should he fed In the Held at Mime distance from the burn or the abed, and the ewe should he out every day that th wealberU fair, Can Buy U. S. Tires: Haselden Bros., Garage Liicaiter. KeHtucky. t The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, April 13 1922. FULL II Wiseman Co. Ready for Rugs and Carpets Our cleaning btisini'Wt Is open nntl ready for SprhiK operation, and we will rnll for your Carpets, Hints, Ktc, If you phone us. Can make them like new with a very small cost. I have the Conners-vlll- e Kqulprnent, the best vacuum suction clenner made. GIVE ME A TRIAL MEASURE By LILLIAN P. LEONARD LANCASTER CARPET AND RUG CLEANING WORKS H. L, BAILEY, Manager. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. Sn.lll, iX III. Ir HiClui. "You must know tliat a ml, iltimn) rjiil t)- - rWUlln flnee mill u to romai.tic Iik'IIiihIs to win. Vim don't know liow lo do It, Hint is nil. Now walrli me!" lind beui preieileil Till j nn i jiiriilhlli'ii nmile hy I lie oiint:er of the two men, sitting at li mljmvul ilesk III tb: 'liiNfit ottlie. I'artlieis In a Imslnes that to el"' IIh iii plenty of spare time fur Imiius, tin Ir In litilnr ilill)liig fnxirlte "Imlixir sport" lieing mild lllr fitniile who hml tntloim wllli U'tmiie wm us to the ilepth of their inteiitliHi unit rotieUfiitly rutin r liilne pnslllne. It nn with strenuous efforts thi-tried to rapture the of any slrnncrr or new oiiht sirf-ei- N..r Welsh A & ANNOUNCE .imil Special Easter OF etn Showing tlie to lln-lIniKM-eii- floor. l (hiIIiI)- - In lull ill, tint GUY. . Mr. Harry, I). Kice wa wcek.end visitor in Lexington. Ml Fannie Merlda i visiting Ml Le Anna Osborn of Nlchnlasvllle. Mr. James Kasnn, of l.ancatrr, visited Mr. Wm. Walker Tuesday. Mr. Freeman Jjinr i visiting her ami Mrs. Lane. en, Mr. Wm. ! (ingg Mr and Mr. Hoy I'rather and were two interesting children Monday niKht of her parent", Mr. andi Mr. Wm. Walker. Mi Lee Anna Oaborn nnd Mr. viitor guest Armted llruner, of Jessamine, wrroj Fannie Friday nlKt of Mi ami William Mrrida. Flonnle Mae ami Savnnah' l.rie, Mr. Jame Yanti and son.i pent WednesMU Mollie llarnr Herrhcl were guest Tuesday of Me- -' day night with Mr. Jennie Henry. dame Milton Ward and C It. Henry. Mr. Jamt Yanti vMtetl Mr. The frieml of Mr. and Mr. W. afterWednesday John Donaldson A. Turner, of Indlanapoll. deeply noon. sympathize with them In the death of' t the guest their little daughter, Anna Margaret,! Mr. John Dttnaldson Saturday night f Mr. ami Mr. Wm. on April 'Mb. Sutton. The many fneml of Mr. (irten. Mr. Hoy Pralher ami cMldrrn I'oynter, who formerly lived here, were recent visitor ef Mr. Joe were cruhed with grief, when it wa prts'ttletl. Prathrr. known that .he had patod away on Sn It un an louNtilly uiiiiisttl womMr. Wm. Urtme, of Judson, was April tth. at her home in Lincoln. an will' stt the tlntter where he rouli! MM t'f ee, but aiinieuii tar guest MofHtoy f Mr. ami Mr. Mr. I'oynter wa a plemlid Chnt-- j liHiKril lot her Mtl her as they lit from eje tian woman, a favorite with all, be-- : SctHt. Wm. nit-- t In the ball. Ilrr Mm- ami Mr. Jam. Walker ami Mr. Tom caue of hrr lovely dipoitlon and Krrelllie were. If ttliJtlllllC. eistler. and1 to her frieml HIM were visitor Friday of Mr. ami truefulnes Tlieri one iImv a lull, hlomt innii. nelRhbor. IUr devotion to her fam Hiiinrwhat joimciT tlmu the noinnn. Mr. Wm. Walker. lly wa beautiful and in their hours raine aluni; Hie hull. Ill slet whs Mr. Z. T. Hire, Sr.. of Kkhmond, they have the ympathyi fattrrtm; and there was a strMiiKe. f ditre n, spent Thursday night with hi creplng moteiintit n III Immts. jet of all. Mr. Harry I. Hire. mnrkeil ami Mr. Wm. Walker enter- he went straight In Hie tl(r Mr. "Malum, llatler" where n ery of Mr. C. H. Henry and children tained in a most charming way MonThe tlxc WR creeteil li III were Sunday visitor of Mr. nnd day, April 3rd., the enjoyable quickly rlttxtl miii! only a eontliiiinii Henry. Mr. John being the birthday anniversary Jit)ou murmur eunltl be hennl. F.thcl Lin, of Madison was Mis Mr. Walker. The delicious and Ilie shop wn iloel fertile remain week of the attractive guest the pat they were er of the day. ami iMiunteou dinner nerved at noon uf Mr. John Donaldson. simtdy perfect in every detail. The lot to sight. TIioiicIi silent. liiKoiiiiiiimlcnthe Rlnl Mr. Mat Cobb, of the Lexington invited guests, were Mr. and Mr. f trundle, bitting. ruMii was n visitor recently of Mr. Henry Tuttle, Mi Fannie Merida,; nloif In, Hie tin Spartnn-llkeIter exquisite torture of and Mr. Wm. Whittaker. Mr. Jame Yanti, Mr. and Mr.1 iiiuertaliity HirtMicti a most trllllos Mr. and Mr. Mack Turner have Hoy Prather anil children. Hie day ordeal ; In Hie slow of this root cermoved into the home of her parent. was pcnt to pleasantly, that it will, tain Joy Hie wotomi fxpniulet! ami hail long be remembered. All left wish, Id sUe out of her haptnra nd reMr. ami Mr. Neah Marsec. Ilaysic Uunnel. of Wolf Ing Mr. Walker many happy return lief from n sirnsling anxiety. Ml like wlltlflre So the news spread spending the week with her of the day. Trail. llirousli the bulhllng. for liuuisn nasister, Mr. Henry Tuttle and Mr. sosslp, l the wine In I)on't imagine you can ever scare ture, prone to Tuttle. an oltlre liiillilllis a elsewhere. Lula Smith of Pleasant Hill, your wife Into telling you of the Mi "Ye, my baby brother; we are all She'll beat) Mist I left of Hie family: was In km returned homr after n vliit with latest piece of scandal. '"'d ii neighbor. "Hail Crane'." her itrr, Mr. Wm. (inn: and Mr. you to It every time. a suffered n peculiar ntllletlon ; struck totally blind while In action. Nolhlns could be done to relieve him Mle i so thoiiclit II reeelit arrltal 111 the nest t risim m sail, dreani)'ejed, wlio il HOtnan of mature a millinery had "'I' tit The ymifigrr Kin I had trleil every means to nciiilnlel, hut l )nd li ct"l smile, IiimI, or nllitf irrnlliie, he hail made aliMilulely n headway. So the elder mull took a liaml III llil mpuit pii'lliiie of rapturlnc n pnliit: (inn-)- , mid lie trliil the r miilittr. injsterloii way, that his (?) wlxltitn mapi-- il nut. A roi-lnitliroiiEh her letter slut i:revei her in the morning; a Munk enrd. nin tliiie. A box f flowers llurnl late In the afternoon, from n lil)lerlils wilirie He liuil the bl flower In waof ter In a place of lii'imr; but lie illi) not know that the wmuii hud beartl that that ws u habitual lUsloiu of bis to try lo sofien the Jieart of Hie fair of n with the tHi(hli; flower, slid she hut! no delusions ii from llitf mlilell Httriitluli trhlal Mini n. mew list rhriip, New Tailored and Dressy Suits ixiiil tir. New Capes and Coats New Dresses and Waists New Strap Pumps and Oxfords l satis-fuMln- New Gloves, Hosiery and sit-in- s H-- Easter Millinery which have just arrived and are now onfsale for your Easter choosing. You will be pleased with the charming styles as well as the temptingly low prices. 1 si whi-nt-- - t Welsh MARKSBtJRY Mrs. Ann Swope, of near Danville, came over last week to visit relative. Mi Lilly Mae I'oynter, of N'icho-lasvill- 8b Wiseman DANVILLE, KY. I Co, 1 r tot-ethe- ' Of SloH' wrote At' 0r.rty t i"t "vii and Glands. famous "Venu oein, a&4 Tnmserlpt. e, ' Stallions In Service All 922, j Peavine 4092 at my bam oni ALL PKAVINE 0i2 will make the season of mile from Danville. Ky.. at JliO.OO to inure n living! t exlngtnn pike, three This National Show Horse has made reputation for himself, both In the sow rlntr and a a ire. SIHCD IIY REX PEAVINL 1736, a chanipisin show horse nnd an un. equaled champion sire. From Wm we have uc -- hampion a Kdna May, doldeii (.low. Jack Straw, Queen 0 the May. Star Peavine, and ninny other. Haisy 2nd, by Poa1ne MS. Ily Hex McDonald GRAND SIRE RLX McDONALD 833. the undisputed champion show imre and 4re. First Dam Lucy Well titCU, by Peavine h. A treat brood marc by the world' greatest brood mare tin- Peavine. HI daughter have produced Kdna May. eh champion a Lou Chief, Cleopatra, the Fre.nc.hman, H&rtavnia Mc Chord, and doien of other. A mare by All Peavine I0U8, i n Mire foundation. Second Dam, daughter of Hnrri Denmark. Third Dam, daughter of John Dsely. If you want to brewl to n stallion whoe produce command the ali;hit WArket price, brew! to All Peavine 0U2. The price for wWh hU colt Have xW are a open n n tmok. They being tbl at public auction alone the Peavine have toppod the market. with other clt llniHlliik widdle horn of the hMuwt type w no lonKer kuu work (like BKet like) and take champion to produce champmn. Here you have them nil In taU p4ij:rev. Hex McDonald, Hex Peavine ami it double Infusion f the champl.m brxd mare ire Pwiviho (All Peavine sOU) will krml trtie to W family inheritance of championship blod. hand high nnd weiBh 1.300 jwaad. All Peavine HW2 it 15 I He was examined by noted speclnllsl who illctied the case as paraljsl of the optic nerve resulting from shock. "Siiinetlme be inlulit regnln slclii. l out 'io certainty of but they hope. rure. reiimrkable a Hh. ef a noted Ttiroiish the t rent he hail regained ,),iiJ,Slst, lr. til slsht. misty at first, but dally ht-b- je, Ill-l- gnmltis stronger." On louring thl door." untler Id "Hie mini next upiKireiit llsbtmlnliig a Kt er tent Ameriiitn, lluslie.1 II dark rod from sliaine. but grew pale n niomtiit after a a sudden realisation Hint be lined this woiiimii as n iiirii bi-- only one woiiimii III u lifetime, tliat bl eareles'i pursuit had let! him Into deep water of emotion, and that Id feeling nw was akin t" worship for till hrais mill who so patiently lmtl borne her sorrow In silence fur o long. Ijtlo In the afternoon next day lie inlled at Hie butter" and pleaded bl suit. She laughed at first. The sinl, dreamy eye were swl no longer, but danrlns wells of Joy. Hut ii Ue sow the man' depth of emotion she grew serious. "I inn sorry; but you mo next month I urn going to marry the pathologist who nislmed my brollier's slglitl" - hunter' business. Charles Owen I'oynter, the son Chlnerr "SI AeecmplishTie nti " of Mr. and Mr. Iver I'oynter is imTtic IIU'I.UimiiI rta!ie(' sis'tul sys(il ftMir nmln cl.s's below proving slowly, after a two week tem i , tltr'.-'- c nr. of whlep the flrt lllnc. s In tli,. line .1 i was There will be a roll call at the C(itn-tin lit ,.il-n( the llleiurv regular buines. meeting of the chs it.'.... i t .i Ini'ii: as tl e church Saturday before 2nd, Sunday sl i,r. I 'cry urn) in May. The pastor invites all the tluilisli ' u'M U,tl li. members to be present. Ht'V. and Mrs. Sknggs nnd children, of Paint Lick, were visitors at the church Sunday. Rev. Skaggs wa a former pastor and their ninny friend here gnve them n cordial weli . L.iuftl Ignorance. Mae Isoin. "A ta.hi.of l but bull u mini and k:.n it." rt'timtiis no ext hnnge. Mr. Ernest Go.ney has Rone in dcc-i- i'l "A iHttriinl iiisu Is lemiinkd it It the Huckster trade instead of the I'i often." week-end spent the with Mis. lt. Comptnionthip. While on a visit to the lllshland. a gentlemiiti went to hire a uirrluE for the purptM of taking Id family for ii tlrl.e. He looked nt n vehicle, and li.tpilred bow many It would hold. head The proprietor scratched Id he said. "It "Wrel," thoughtfully. jcnerally, but lx If they're, haml wee' fir ic iii-- i,ti 1 Thumb Down. the clatllnlorlnl eouihnts width tixik plate In limn nt Home u wounded mini would sdiiH times fall for mercy by licit' g up his fort tinner. The t'lilil Hereupon Other wine their ' nilkerrhlefs In tokt u of mercy, or tt ' 'nt- him to tlentli by IioIiIIiik out 'It r rlemhul tin with the thumb In spec-tuto- rs come. .Mis Mae Isom i making her i'.rst attempt at hatching incub.itor ch Just before incubation Mis Norn went to the cellar one night n omiwimbulUtic state to test the She turned on more heat nnd wa surprised next morning nt the high temperature. The result wa chicks out of Kill eggs, 7 of which ' survived. Mr. Wurreti, living on the farm of Mr. Sander, died suddenly while in the garden and full at the feet of her son. She said "I am so! blind, I can't ee anything" These were her hist words. She was interrod in the ljiu'.ter cemeterj , Sunday afternoon. Itev, K. 11. of the Lancaster Christian church conducted the funeral. Mr. nnd Mr. Heoce Herring st P entertaining tender memories of th' old home where he wn born an.' reared, came over from Lexington Sunday and spent quite a while ju viewing all the connecting link hi hoy hood day. The bird nest he hail robbcil, the fish caught from! the obi pond, etc., were brought vividly to mind. Hi two sister, Mr. Mac Moore and Mis Lee Herring, who were accomplice In mnny of hi Innocent sport formed the rest of the party ami thoroughly the outing to the old farm. They alo vUited the church where, they attended S. S. many year ago. J ek-ei1 1 -' Hour-hind, d s 'Final and not initial tos- t- 1 Julian Peavine JULIAN PEAVINE it u chestnut lorrel with u beautiful silvurf llaxw mane nnd tail, taud I5.t hand hiifh; ha plenty ef tyle ami llnWih. If you are loakine for omethinK real fancy to breed to, don't fall to tee Wm. JULIAN PEAVINE will make the tvson of lUlil! at nbov place at $10.00 to Insure a living foal. Seaon becomes due when mare i traded or parted wtfc r trod ti to my aru, but aot other atock. Most careful attention of all Mock irspontible should accident occur. A lien retulncd on colt till eaon Is paid. Pasture for mare from n distance furnished nt rwuaanble rnto. but same must be paid beforv tock i removed. tet iimslly about sKkUss iiiiiI Imnds, lie Id friend tliat he bail picked up a cheap tblng during the winter. -then, ami I at thirty-threIt st jestirilii) It tout Led elgity.fourl" he sold. "lly Jme! You are luiky. Wlaxt la Itr nsked hi frieml. wm the reply "A thermometer. e seeulHtor om tlte ttk excliulilie was silling In it friend' oflite ami il firWilli ll wn ing the lolHersalltili, A A Humorous Speculator. Pittsburgh fhrtMilcleTeltgruph. "IlllW oil reud WcRedwrqcdsd Ccpairdl kukrs ?f Bdstrks, J. UNDERWOOD PHONE 5505. DANVILLE, KY, Studying Effect. the lull st IHieU" "No,H answered Miss Cm)"!"1. "nwryhody U talking ulout It." That I why I like to suy 1 haven't reud It, It luukia me stem to CONN and CONN The Central Record. Lancaster Ky., Thursday, April 13 1922 Classified Ciliimn RATES i AN EXTRAORDINARY Pre-Easter FARMER OUGHT TO RAISE OWN FOODS Van Meter Say It Is Mistake To Grow Tobacco To lix-cliui- on Single insertion 1c a word No ad taken for less than 20c In 'this column. No ads In this column charged. Seven Insertions for the price of Ave. Phone orders must be paid Offering Opportune Time of Other Which Must He Purchased QUALITY URGED. Pro-tluct- .1 u promptly. MMlOtmOOJLAX.KiK 0VERI1000 NEW SPRING COATS. WRAPS, CAPES AND DRESSES ExtraordinarjJPurchases just received enable us to offer these Wonderful Values at this Office rooms for rent on second Citizens National Bank Ooor. Burpee Seeds that Grow at A. 11. Bastln & Co FOR SALE by CO foot. One vacant lot, 100 I. P. Thompson TO It SALE: 20 buhel of cultl V. B. Griggs, vated Hemp Seed. Lancaster, It. 3 I will Ptand a good Black Jack at $10.00 to Insure a living colt. Kobt. Fox, Lexington pike $15.00 $19.30 Jm JSk TjBIl $13.00 $19.50 $25-00 It FOR SALE: White Plymouth Rock cgRs, 15 for $1.00. Mrs. Hoy Parther, It. No. 3, Buckeye pike, .) Seed Corn, Reids Yellow Dent and White Seed Corn, Germination 100 per cent at $1.50 per bushel. Hudson & Farnau FOIt SALE: Barred Plymouth Rock Kggs COcts. for 15, for setting. Mrs. B. T. Lunsford, Nina. Ky. Lancaster, U. No. I $25.00 $29.50 jf'i'll semi-tailore- JjPV'Jpf COATS AND CAPES " $29.50 SEED CORN FOR SALE $1.75 a bushel. Test 100-7- 0 ear to bush el. Box 173, R .F.I). 1. Lancaster, pd B. F. Kelly SUITS DRESSES OVER 300 DRESSES JUST RECEIVED. Salesman, wanted to solicit orders for lubricoting oils, grea.e. and Ad paints. Salary or Commission. dress The Harvey Oil Co., Cleveland, (lt.-pdOhio. .) FOR SALE: Pure bred S. C White Leghorn Eggs, 5 cents each. Baby Chicks, 12Hcts. each. Mrs. Richard Anderson, Stanford, Ky., R. 4. at FOR SALE: Baled straw and hay Ceph Morgan's, Point Leavel!, Ky., and at my place on Crab Or Sweeney Morgan, chard pike. Stanford Ky.. R. 4 Every Suit distinguished by fine quality and best of workmanship, nil silk lined, a style to suit every Woman or Miss, in tailored or d styles. Jaunty Cox CoaU, Sport Models. Plain and Fancy Embroidered styles . Materials Trico Twills. $15.00 $19.50, $28.00 $29.50. JUST A larsre IN Fashion has decreed Coats and Capes for Sprint,', and The Hub has prepared a wonderful collection or you to choose from and 'at these special prices it will.be easy choosing-Mandifferent styles, such as Wrap Coats, Plain Models, large wrappy Cape effects with large roomy armholes. You must see them to appreciate what wonderful values they are. y At this time so near Kaster, every woman should take full advantage of this wonderful offering. A style for every ocDresses, casion, Afternoon Models, Cape DressTailored embroidered. beautiful es, Beaded and Braided Models. Canton Crepe, Materials Drapellas, Chiffon, Taffeta, Crepe Juilette, Crepe Knit, Tricotine. Poir-e- t, Materials-Velou- rs, Shaw-shee- n We will furinsh to those desiring to raise hemp this year, cultivated hemp seed at J1.G0 per bushel, to be paid for out of the hemp crop at the market price. Hudson & Farnau. FOR SALE: Barred Rock Eggs. for $1.00. Flock built from New. bert, Thompson and Nichlos strain Headed by new blooded males each year. Mrs. T. D. O'Hearn. jkL) 15 Twill, Tweeds, Homespuns, Polos, Normandies, Bolivias, Herringbone, Camel's Hair, Etc $15.00, $19.50, $25.00, $29.80. Etc $15.00, $19.50, $25.00, $29.50. 50 NEW PURE WOOL JERSEY SPORT SUITS Two and Three Piece Models. Good Assortment of Colorings. These are regular up to $10.50 ofSuits. Special fering $9.75. Pre-East- er Hemstitching and plcoting attach ment works on any sewing machine. easily adjusted. Price $2.50 with full Instructions. Oriental Novelty Co., Box 11, Corpus Christ), Texas. lt.-p- d. assortment of Girls, Children's and Boys' Hats. Special Easter values 98cts,, $1.98, $2.95, $3.95 and $4.75. Danville, Ky. Tusedo Hog Ration, Rica Bran, cutting Still prices. Manure Ballards Pure Wheat Bran, Wheat spreader, $50; Riding Oliver Plow, Middlings, Sweet Dairy Feed, Horse Hudson & Farnau. $40; Oliver Disc Harrow, $40; Oliver nd Mule Feed. Smoothing Harrow, $15; Buggy, $30; barb wire, $4.00. Field fence as Open Business long as it last at CCcts. To my Customers: J. R. Mount & Co. I am ai;ain. open and ready for Barred Rock eggs for sale at $1.00 business in my new quarters on the per setting or 5cts. per egg by the North side of Public Square next to 100. Flock headed by E. B. Thomp- Goodloe and Walker Brother. Your further patronage is solicited and son Strain. Phone 378-will be appreciated. Mrs. Tandy Center, W. C. Davis, Tailor. Paint Lick, Ky., Route No. 2. All Appreciation We, the undersigned farmers living near Woods and Robert Walker, On Strike. On to Spare. nw lWi hoy lighting She went tip to Hi mid cried "You III kill him." i "I tlii Iwy Opiiortunlty lo knock on tx- - For Salesman Wanted. Paint and Varnish Salesman in your territory to sell to property owners factories and Dealers. Salary and one-hagroM profits to man who can qualify. Big Four Paint & Varnish Co., Cleveland, Ohio. lf For Sale Privately slightly worn; highest grade and best that Is safe; costs no more. Garrard Milling Co. quality. At the old Urummet stand Ware-Housi war the Garrard Tobacco "The Home of Many Shoes." Notice A. J. ThompB, Prop. All persons having claims against (4.13.'Jt..pU tho estate of J. II. Posey, deceased, present them to the undersigned Public Sale properly proven, or to my attorney, Forest Calico, L. Walker. Having decided to sell out. I will I. Executor. on Saturday, April 15th., 11)22, at one o'clock at my home at Buckeye, Gallon Ky., sell to the highest and best bid20 Good Asphalt Hoofing Paint, also der, or rent my property, consisting and Motor Oil In medium and heavy, at ut house and lot. Household 30 to 35cts. per gallon. These oils kitchen furniture, lot of coal and and paint are worth three time the coat oil. One Ave passenger Ford car, In first class condition. price. Come look them over. L. G. Davis, Paint Lick, Ky. Terms made known on day of sale. Dr. G. M. Hendren. e. My farm containing about 47 Va acre more or less, located on the Poor Ridge pike and known as the Alma Sanders farm. The farm Is all in grass and can give immediate possession. Those interested can write me concerning price, etc. will wear n hole In A steady drop Mrs. Leslie Harbor, a rock and the ue of bleached flour Danville. Ky. will destroy your digestive system. The vitamine Is kilted and turned to a particle of poison. Your Government has spent a half million to protect you and has forced it to be Ladies white shoes and slippers, Glen Lily is the only one labeled. Shoes! Shoes! For Easter take the pleasure In making the lowing statement: . After reading the article in last week's Central Record, copied from Southern Agriculturist, we feel that this win aimed directly at these gentlemen, thereby doing them an injustice. We consider them honorable, upright, conscientious gentlemen, and good neighbor. They hunt on onr farms, and we are never uneasy about them, or their dogs, doing us any damage. They aIo have n perfect regard, for the rights of their neighbors. Signed: Ash Ledford, J. W. Tatum, C H. Ledford, Mrs. Annie Anderson, C A. Dillon, (. C. Gastineau, W. H. Tudor, T. H. Little, James Ros, Mar-- 1 tin Green, R. L, Arnold, Cabel Arnold, J. F. Higgins, Mike Koe, Luth-e- r MeQuerry, Charlie Graves, and (Adv. It.) Wm. Marshbanks fol- horutwosgled If I'll eery dor I'm ierfectly willing ontv, li.it I'll All old In tin hlg&er !. lurnMlle, - tliruujh'a doii'i riii-- . got mi.iM'W Is a kil ' lath tr.vt Me u J m Why "Bootleg" Whisky. "Hooting- ui '.il "iii " "!' that grew up among f When Heine Was Tramp. tl- i- still if the Ilelnrli-Ma a tramp. He mountain country. Bootleg liquor was trudged nit of una unuiier through Saxm-tlliquor that was curried In ony In an old omit. He was going to the leg of the tiiooinhlnerN hoot. MalttT--lh- at weine no tax had been wlil mi It. Weimar In As he wm.ilered through I lie funnily Hie man who thin curried It liars mountains ivnulng the speech wm a iintlve who had distilled It him he mratit to mnkf to tho gntit Orumh self, nnd hi became known in n poet, lie plucked plum tjr th way tht llqiior he curled o nnd huotleg whisky, Nowaday, of inline. utile. When he rvuclied hi dettlliallotl he forgot hi eulogy mid could only n It Is imy form of liquor sold In tuiiiiner litit inile of Saxon plum. of Do law Th mlllng, rj iilenl eslle of larl trviu-hiiu- l prodding liU eiiemle with u Unit nijtiiiiier lovuhle as a pell. trump. - Ktellillige. AT COST FOR CASH h ll-l- ne ImhiI-Ifglnla-'Io- putv .nn-rlnul- Joe C Van Meter, well known Fayette county farmer, expressed the opinion Saturday that farmers growing tobacco make a great when they grow tobacco to the exclusion of what Is needed In the home for feeding purposes with a view to buying these thing out of tobacco money. "Kvery farmer," said Mr. Van Meter, "ought to raise his own grain wheat and corn for breadstuff's and enough grain to feed his own hogs nnd produce hi own lard and baron, lie ought also to grow his own potatoes, and raise a good gar-dr- n to provide green food during the summer I know a farmer, a number of farmers, who buy practically nothing except sugar and eolTee and other grocerie thooughout the year. Their fields, orchards, and gardens provide plenty of food, which canned or preserved laU them ami their families from one season's end to another. "Kvery farmer should have his flock of chickens, his cow, hi hogs. It i easily ptlble for the average tenant to arrange with his landlord for paturage and for ground enough to grow corn to fatten his .hogs. If all tenant farmers would conduct their business orr thi basi. Instead of devoting so much space and time to tobacco, the would U vastly better for the farmers. "A little tobacco planted on good, productive, fertile land, will bring m more money on the market than twice a much planted on indifferent land, or more than the farmer can properly attend ta. "It is true the Hurley Tobac Grower' Association's .uccr in forming a big organisation will tend to sUlnllie prices, but if members devote large acreage to tobacco without due regard for the production of thoe thing needed on the farm, J or if they produce a lot more tobac co than the legitimate drmand can absorb, the result is bound to be low. er price for tobacco. For that reason every farmer should plant this year only what tobacco he can attend to without sacrifice of ho othrr products so esvntul to the prosperity of jver- - farmer. "I have talked with farmers from a number of counties within tht pat few weeks and almost every' man tells me that the acreage of tobacco to be Ipanted this year wll not exceed the average, certainly will not bo larger than 19l!0, the acreage on which the organisation of the Hurley Tobacco Growers' Association was based. Kvery farmer with whom 1 have dlscumed the matter has commended I'resklent James C. Stone' statement in which member of the Hurley Association were urged to consider quality more than quantity in the production of hurley tobacco. If that is done generally, and I hope It will be, the nt marketing time next year wil Ibe the reward of who have heeded the I'resident' wise advice, e "A tract of tobacco, properly attended to and raised on good ground, will sell for as much as ten or fifteen acres, indifferently tend-e- d and planted on ground not fit for tobacco. It take good ground to gro wtobacco, and if fanners confine their planting to fit ground there i little likelihood of this year." e rult ts the five-acr- MY SINGLE COMB BROWN 1G LEGHORN EGGS 9 1.00 in for 75cU 100 for Lancaster. 10 for $1.00. 100 for 15,00 prepaid within third zone. ll Notice the estate of the late Alex It. Denny, .., ... . . win present same to me property proven, on or before April 15th., I9'ii. Persons knowing themselves indebted to said estate, will please settle with me at once. ) S. C. Denny, Kxecutor. (4-G- ERLE C. FARRA ntsi eaut"e i etlfttevw All rWUS lMSfiiia 4l MiMfMe alt til, Vftalsll BOX 173, LANCASTER, KY. Btethoven's Marvelous Music The mysterious tlninni of Uk'IIio'h Sollg of Mlguon, to which Iteetliuveii wrote the mulc, U that the aoug I ttie I'Xprentloti of the Mine nwe struck yeuritlng w tilth muIU unit tlmn dent through llm music of the timotor In the inelmly alone all tli wild vngtle-iietunl dim aNpirutlon of tht song art iiiunlfi'l, unit only became the union It HTfect N the Imprtslou uniform. Should Wllhelm MeUter b lot! to lltcnitun the hlosunu of Mlgnnn'M life would ntlll bloom In tho nnulc (leorge Wlllltitti Ciirtl. Kmersen at Collsg. He found there hut little nutriment Jill ltd to his upiietlle. uud M rayed off, Uiolijh with Noiue mliKlvlligi to other piutures. In oue of his JoiirnaU long nfterwunU, he speakn of "the Instinct likh leads the youth hIio has no fao uliy for iuatheinatU'a,4s)ad. wetp over the Impossible analytical geometry, to console tils defeat nlth Chaucvr and Moutalcne, with l'lutunli and 1'lato at way ho waa In )il nlcht." Industrious; feeling vaguely that, for hjiu, power of espreaslou was uior Important than philological or sclenttSc trslnlng. Jaujes Klllott Csbot . ileT.Mtlon. Forum- - !! hnrilli give us money i m, mtnli time when we thinking of what w.- mlln't do for peopls If we werf Hek HAMILTON VALLEY day. Mrs. J. N. Huletto visited Mrs. V. M. Crcch one day last week. Mrs. lVarl Yarber visited Mrs. Lucreasy Wilson Saturday and SunMr. and Mr. Hurt Marshbank visit-- , ed .Mr. and Mrs. Homer Hyland last Eggs A Baby Chicks POM MALU FROM OUR S. C. DARK BROWN LEGHORNS. Notice Anyone holding claims against the estate of David Rankin, deceased, are hereby notified to present same properly proven to me on or before April 'JOth., ti22. Anyone knowing themselves Indebted to said estate will please come forward and settle Mrs. Ollie Rankin, at once. Admx. Cent. Per Greatest winter layers and money makers. Kggs, $1.25 per 15 and up. Chicks IScts. and up Give them a trial if not satisfied wo will return your money. ... ou Rockdale Poultry Farm Y rboos Hrjrsnliflllt Hi. VUla r. J. Sunday. Mr. and Mr. Kd Huskins and chiL drcn visited Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Huletto recently, Mrs. Zack Wilson was called to the bedside of her father, Mr. Shermas Hailey, of Rockcastle county. Ml. Ida Spcakes, Bethel school teacher ,was called to the bedside of her aged aunt, who fell and was seriously hurt-MrMarion Wells and little daugh. ter, Jennie ,and nelcs and nephew, Mattle and Krnest Wilson, were ths dlnne rguesta of Mr. and Mrs. II. D. Crech Wednesday. s.