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RALPH GILBERT Gets Honor Post In Committee As HnnkitiK Democrat SECTION 1 8 PAGES NUHIIlt 2. ATTEND ICE AIRLINE ROUTE MEETING TO BE REALITY IN SHORT TIME W. It. HuHtln Returns From President Hendrick Tnlkn of New IliKhwny Project i Would Afford Shorttr With and Direct Roadway Cincinnati Northern and Lookout Southern Termlnut (Chattanooga Time) Completion of the Cincinnati. Lookout Mountain Airline highway within two years ahouhi not he diffl-cu- lt of with reatonabte the state highway department, which the promoter are confident of wan the prediction of President C. K. Hendrick, of llarriman, who wa In the city recently. Mr, Hendrick was here primarily on butlnes In interest of the highway, but it t understood that he talked with n few people whom he encountered relative to hit ambition ta beeomi nottmaster of llarriman It will be recalled by many familiar with llarriman and acquainted with1 Tinnessean, that he thi srned his city a mayor for six terms. Meeting by chanr? at the Chattanooga Automobile club recently. President J- Ln Foust, of that and Preldent llendrirk had a short chat about the airline Mr. Foust expressed himhighway. self a much interested in the highway and anxious to lend any assistance possible to promote the service of the club in getting up a meeting; if one was deemed helpful at any New time at some point on the airline route. Interest that Chattangat shouM The public will be pleased to learn feel In the compartivel new road that a Itakery ha been reopened nt project s easily teen from the name, the Kengarlan Hotel by Mr. ( II. which shows that with Cincinnati as Meier, who with Mr. Meier, moved the northern terminus Lookout moun-nlo Uncaiter last Wednesday- and tain 'and thtt city Jointly are the nave taken room at the hotel. Mr. southern terminus. The route, fol- - .Meier , baker of many year ex lowing very" closely the Cincinnati H.ri(.tlr(. and the "proof of hi pud Southern railroad, owned by the city ,iK ,n the eating thereof." He of Cincinnati and which hat meant1 propose to cater to the houewlve to much to the development of the,0f this vicinity and prove to them Dyamo of Dixie, it almost a direct tht he can furnih them cake, pie, line between the two point. Easily, roji frMn bread, etc., every day, it will rank with the itralghtet high- - cheaper than it can be cooked in uayi of national or interstate in. their own homes. this country'' This bakery ha been one of Lan- Organized Aug. SOth., latt year,caltl.r'. need for many month and the airline asociation ha splendid WP f nmi think that it will be prospect of early success. There p.tronlzcd by her citizens, thereby pointing to the showing it appreciation of this im are several factor probability of speedy and complete portant Industry. The window of success, including the interest all the Kengarlan Restaurant are teemalong the road, existing good road ing with "good eats," which can be over much of the course, money in bought reasonable with the assurance lght for new work, and the fact that of purity and freshne. It It Indentical with the Dixie highV. C. Fertiliser for tobacco ground. way at far north at llarriman and therefore provided for to that extent. 200 pounds per acre drilled down the The airline route will be a consid- rows will mature the crop earlier, erably shorter channel for tourist make the crop brighter and increase Hudson & Farnau. travel between the centrnl states and the yield. Chattanooga than ettSier the eastern If you are at a loss to know what or western division of the Dixie we can help to do for your floor highway system. It will not only a direct, splendid road to Cin- you. Conn llrot.. Live and Let Live (If.) cinnati and all point tributary there- Folk. to, but will serve a a compromise route, assuming that it is finihed tain Airline highway; and, first, in cae anything happen to de- Wherea. the said countie have lay completion of any other road or, had u survey of ald road made inecting through aid countie and it use, In Koane county, President Hen-- i with the road as laid out in Kentucky drick explained, there it a good rondjto the Tennessee line; therefore, be now from llarriman to Kockwood, it with money actually in bank to make! Resolved, That this club indorse It of more permanent character, ac- - ald highway through Scott and Mor conling to government specification. Knn countie nt laid out by said coun. Morgan county old on March 18th. tie; and, be it further bondt in the um of f 200,000, which. Uesolved, That the state highway will provide a good road through to commission be and they are hereby the Scott county line. From Glen requeued to locate and build said Mary to Isham, in Scott, the road It, highway ns nearly as located by said guaranteed by the fund of 1300,000 counties at may be practicable and that ha been In bank for three year; feasible, having regard to grade and and the state highway commission distance. hat promised to let n contract for the The official personnel of the Air- work this summer. reveal line Highway usuociatiou in this secAccording to Mr, Hendrlck, most name of men e tion, including one Chattanoogan. of the road embraced by the route in Kentucky are now in The list it at follows: President, C, K. Hendrick, Hurri good shape, but the counties through W. II. Porter, which they pats are not satisfied and) man; will make substantial Improvements, of Huntaville, Tenn, and It. M. McCreary county, Kentucky, hat Sparks, of Nicholosville, Ky., secre twenty-seve- n II. 11. Frasa, of Day mile of the road and aiietsmcnts on property there are ton, Tenn.; directors, K. It. Better-tobeing arranged to take care of the Jr., of Chattanooga, for HamilPulaski county ha four- ton county; F. K. Kobinson, of Day. new work. half of which ton, Tenn., for Hhea; Stile Kennedy, teen miles, ix and are being graded net?. No undue of Hurrintan, Tenn., for Koane; W, delay In this county It feared. II. Nelson of Petros, Tenn., for MorFrom that county Into Cincinnati the gan; John Toomey, of llelenwood, road I now splendid, either macadam Tenn., for Scott; A. K. Denton, of Stearns, Ky., for McCreary; It. 11. or rock asphalt. The Chattanooga Automobile club Waddle, of Somerset, for Pulaski; W. ha adopted the following resolution: II. Shank, of Stanford, Ky., fur Lin. Wherat, the people of Scott coun-an- d coin; John M. Farra of Lancaster, Morgan counties have issued Ky., for Garrard; W. U. Uuford, of bond in the turn of $500,000 for Nlcholaiville .far Jessamine, and the purpose of aiding in the construe James Maret, of Lexington, Ky., for tion of the Cincinnati Lookout Moun. Fayette. well-know- n con-ecutl- Itaitln Hrothert at the recent convention of Ice Dealer at Louisville and come back Imbued with ninny to let Rood Idem, which he propose out to the public and their patron during the coming season. One of the chief Icwons which Impressed a systemahim most favorably, w tic amount of judicious advertising, nnd telling the patrons of (Sarrard county the ihti ice Ilaatin Brother propose to give them during the coming season. The importance of advertising was brought out at Ita recent meeting at Louisville and a a result the local Ice man makes his Initial how to the public through the column. of the preM, telling how his Industry is organized for better nerving the public. Mr. Ilastin tell us he has contracted me uicnmomi ice i.ompany to furnish him with nil the ice necessary for the consuming public in thi im mediate vicinity and that he propose to give full weight and the best service that can possibly lie had. We are glad indeed to know th.it we are to be supplied with plenty of ice during the coming season, for there ha been in the past quite a dearth of thi neceary commodity, which we hope will be overcome during the hot season and the long summer day of the future. Unanimously Klected Vice Asks Citizens of Lancaster to Assist In Observing President Citizens Union By The Governor of Kentucky "Clean Up" Week Ralph Gilbert of National Hank At Representative Meeting of Ice Dealers And The State Hoard of May lflt. to 6th. the Kgihth Krntucky District was Health, Naming First Association Imbued Louisville advanced recently by minority memWeek in May as KenTo The Citizen With New Ideas of Lancaster, Ky.: ber of the House to the position of ASSUMES DUTIES TODAY Wishing to act In acord with the ranking Democratic member of the tucky "Clean-Up- " Mr. V. Hon Uattln represented District of Columbia Health official of the State and for Committee, Veek one of the twenty major committees House. is said to be f the Thi show-tha- t WHEREAS, OlTicial report the Jlrst time in the history of the sixty out of every one hundred House it member serving hi first case of nicknes and forty-thre- e out term ha been so honored by his of every one hundred deaths in Kenparty. tucky are dis- JOINT PROCLAMATION "BOB" HUGHES MAYOR CHAMP Bakery Opened At Kengarlan Hotel 1 - j i af-fo- nt D. Representatives Sullivan, of New York and T. U to health, but are unsightly nnd a reflection on civic pride, beside conHlanten, of Texas. tributing to the community' fire hazard. Second NOW. UK THEREFORE, IT KNOWN. That the Governor of May Kentucky, together wiht the State We have it on good authority that Hoard of Health, by virtue of author-it- y the second payment to the Hurley vested in them by law and in AsTobacco Grower" discharge of a manifest public duty, sociation member will be handed do hereby set apart and proclaim the out during the first week in May. week from April 30th. to Saturday, It is the plan now to give these checks May fith., n Kentucky Clean-Uout in person ,to each of the 1,500 Week ,and urge upon all health in members Garrard county. A welfare agencies and public-spirite- d meeting of the member may be call-e- d citizens to at once organize for 'hat day in Ijincastcr, if so, for this work in such : way as will it should be a great day fur the town insure effective result in their re-- 1 and we suggest that n barbecue be spective communities. The State served 'hat day, in celebration of the Hoard of Health will furnish, upon success of the greatest application, extensive plans for the enterprise in Kentucky. organization and conduct of such n J campaign. Cohen In By authority of the Governor of Kentucky, and the State Board of Good Health this 10th. day of April, 1922, Kdwin P. Morrow, Governor, His many friends here were pleat-e- d to learn'that Mat S. Cohen, form Commonwealth of Ky., M. C. C, er Commissioner cf Agriculture for L. S. McMurtry, President, State Hoard of Health. Kentucky, hat been placed In charge of the horses of the etate of A. T. McCormick, Secretary, State Hoard of Health. "Lucky" Baldwin in California. The position, ll I understood, carries with it a salary of $10,000 a year. Mr, Cohen I already nt the ranch at Friends of Judge J. P. Prather will Arcadia. Calif. His health is rapidly improving. Ill health causrd Mr. be torry to learn that he was seriCohen to leave Kentucky for the ously injured last Sunday afternoon at Buckeye by being struck by a West about two yrars ago. patsing automobile. He Is suffering with bru'aes but no broken bone. it Good Morning Judge Prather is 81 years old and Governor Morrow hat appointed his many acquaintances are hoping Itobert Klnnaird police judge of Lan- for hi tpeedy recovery. caster to succeed J. W. Miller, deceased, the appointment having been S. N. Davis Buys made this week. The naming of containing The Spoonamore "Judge" Klnnaird Is a popular ap- 318 acres was told farm Saturday last at pointment and meets the approval of public auction and was purchased by the citizens of the town, irrespective our local merchant, Mr. S. N. Davis of political affiliations. Judge Klnfor $131 and acre, or a total of naird is a son of Dr. and Mrs. J. Ii. The farm is Ideally located, Klnnaird, member of the firm of the rejldence lying within the city Brothers and exceedingly populimits, practically new, with every lar with all. Success to your admini- modern We under- convenience. stration, Judge Kinnaird. stand that Mr. Davis expect to move to his new home in the near future. due to preventable In the event the Democrats get eases, many of which are the result control of the House next fall, Mr. brought about by the Gilbert will be chairman of thi com of conditions careless disposal of human and animittce. mal discharge. The accumulation The Kentucklan's promotion was filth and rubbish about the home by the resignation of of occasioned and premises, which will afford Representative James P. Wood, of Virginia, who left the committee to breeding placet for tiles, mosquitoes, rat and other insect or varmiU, take a place on the Pottoffice Comwhich will, as soon as the warm mittee. Mr. Gilbert was advanced set in, act as carrier of to Mr. Wood' place over two other wrather disease germs are, not only a menace C. Democrats, Payment The First p Kver since It. E. Hughes returned from Sunny California about four week ago, together with hi estima ble family, to locate permanently In his native State, it has not been a question of what he would do, but it has been .i question of what he would not do, so many flattering offer hav ing been tendered him on silver salBut when he was notified by vers. Tuesday af phone from Louisville ternoon, that he had been unani mously elected by the board of director!, Vice President of the Citizens- Union National Bank of Louisville, nt a salary well up in the five figures, and whl.--h came to him like a bolt from n clear sky, he gracefully ac ceptcd the high honor and left for Louisville yesterday afternoon to as sume his duties. Hit genial personality, nifability, business acumen, popularity, untiring energy and Christian character, has brought Uobert Elkin Hughe from a "devil" In the printing office of the Central Kentucky New (now The Central Hecord) to his present hon ored position by leaps and bounds. county, Lancaster ami Garrard where he spent the greater portion of his young life, nre proud of him and his achievements nnd turn with pride to him as an "oi l Lancaster boy," anil wish him even greater sur ccis at he climbs the ladder of fame the best interest of our city, the week of May 1 to 0 It hereby tet apart and designed as CLEAN-UWEEK for the city of Lancaster. Please dean your back yard, your front yards, cellars, attics, and In fact make this week a REAL CLEAN P of this city are respectfully invited to assist us in thi movement, by advertisement or otherwise. Respectfully, W. F. Champ, Mayor. UP WEEK. All organization American Legion Meeting One of the most important Legion meeting will be held at the I. O. O. F. Lodge on Tuesday night, May 2nd, 1922 at 7:30 P. M. We are reliably informed that this i a meeting of vital importance to all men of Garrard County, ami they all should attend. The Legion in this county it doing a great work for the men and if they do not back up the Legion then they have no one to blame but themselves. Remember the date and be there Errors In Directory We wish to call attention to the fact that a few error were made in the phone directory recently issued. W. L. Lawson' phone number is 178 instead of 12. Miles, Mr. A. C. should be 3S7-Q- . Naylor, Mrs. Nellie, should be 400-G- . Prather, N. G., should be Preston, U. G. phone 192. Turner, S. M. should be 338-Walker. Mr. J. M., should be 303. Hammack, Eph., 352-- Mat Place Johnson County White, Reidt Yel- low Dent, Silafo Tested Seed Com. Also best Tennessee Millet, Soy Beans and Cow Peas for sale. Hudson A Famau. Judge Prather Hurt Judge" Farm $41,-0.18.0- 0. Friends here have received word of the sudden death of Mrs. Fred Turner, at her home In New York. Mrs. Some of His Achievements Turner before her marriage, was Mr. Hughe first attained promi- Mis Madge Packard, daughter of nence at owner and editor of The Mrs. Lou Packard, of Kansas City, Central Kentucky New at Lancaster. and who on several occasions visited He wa only 19 years old at the time. relative in this city. She leaves be Shortly after this he told the prop- side her husband, one daughter, Misa erty and went to Louisville. Marie Turner, a vocalist of unusual Was Reporter of Courier-Journability with grand opera possibilities busiHi first position wat that of in New York. ness reporter on the old Commercial. In six month he was made city ediFOR SALE: Gentle pony and Mrs. J. D. Prather. tor of the paper, but resigned not cart. long afterward to accept the posiStrayed to my place two hog. tion of business reporter with The Phone 43 or 107. Courier-Journa- l. A He Once Looked. al Kin-nai- nt Sale Next Tuesday j well-know- n air-lin- r, n, Hut from Lexington to take twenty men to Springfield next Friday. If you with to go over be sure and see him und engage u seat. Let' all $25.00 go a he has whipped into shape n A. II. Itattln and Son nre adver- wonderful nine and should have the tising thi week, that they will give encouragement from all the lovers of $25 in cath to the one raiting the the National game. largest Squash grown from the Burpee see, which they are selling. Head Assessed High the ad on another page and go out One of the best proofs that could and get tome of the seed. be offered that land in Garrard county are being asesed at practically Mass their cath value, is proven in the There will be a Mas Meeting of sale of the Spoonamore farm and the members of the Hurley Tobacco the Hoy Moberly farm, both of Growers' Association nt which were told recently under the the Court House in l.ancatter Sat- hammer. The Moberly farm of 12G acre urday, April 29th., at two o'clock. It it Important that every member was UiMcssed at $115 an acre and brought under the hammer $127 an come, The Spoonamore farm of L. L. Walker, Chairman. acre. 318 acre nsseascd at $117 an acre, brought at public auction last SaturSell More Hogs day, $131 an acre. Vet the State The Dixie Stock Farm sold two Tax Commission think that an adhandsome Hampshire gilt this week ditional 10 per cent hou!J be added. to Hiclnrd Cobb, of Boyle, for $30 Thi would be unfair indeed. Someone will get a good farm next Tuesday, when Hughe and McCarty, of Stanford will tell the 100 acre farm of It ,L. Fagaly, near Crab Orchard. It Is Ideally located, well improved and wil! be told unquestionably. Head about it in section two of this issue. On To Springfield Coach Whlltaker of the High School Base Hall Nine Inform the Spurting Kditor of the Hecord that he ha engaged the services of n Heo Prize Lands Meeting each. Dr. Phone Pryor, Veterinarian. Wm. No. 103 and 302. Motto Don't you need some advice about doing over that piece of furniture? Advice free for tho asking. Conn Slow and careful, "that' all." (It.) Brother, BalUrds Obelisk Flour is pur, healthful and delicious. It It mad Urn ia barrel. Us it la a fotlaiy cleaa sail! fro at tlta around all out assist aad ia tiut cel ey tiaett of wheat. Try a tack to. lar. It lead la ttrereni eaMase. HueUea A Farnau. day, Hudtoa A Famau. "Live and Let Uve Folk." Frk million dollars. Its capital stock is one million am' it surplus and undivided profit over two million. Trust The Fidelity and Columbia Co., has two million dollars capital and one million dollars surplus. Jefferson I). Stewart Is the president, and John R. Downing, W. It. ville. In 1017 he became business Cobb and Arch B. Davis the other manager of The Courier-Journa- l and vice presidents. On it board of diTimes, remaining rectors is found the most successful The Louisville about three year. big public utility men, of Louiville Active In Civic Enterprises. big merchuntt, big manufacturer Mr. Hughes has been active in civ- and professional men. He was The growth of the Citizens Union ic and patriotic enterprises. head of the Firit Liberty Loan National Bank and the Fidelity and Drive in 1917. which was oversub- Columbia Trust Company, since they scribed 100 per cent in 40 per cent have gone together, hat been o already be. of the time allotted. Under hit marvelous that it ha leadership the Million Dollar Factory come necessary for the banking and Fund Campaign, a drive for the re- trust quarters to be doubled In size. lief funds for various conventions The Citizen Union ha been occupy. fng the first tloor of the Inter were succtstful. He hat been secretary of the Ken- Southern Building at Fifth and Jef. tucky State Fuir, director general ferton. The Inter Southern is now of Kentucky Home Coming Week in completing an annex to this office 1900, chief executive of the Louis- building, and the Citizens Union and ville Industrial Exposition in 1907, Fidelity and Columbia, at a single chairman of the Finance Committee unit, will take the entire ground of the Kentucky Council of Defence floor more than twice the former and president of the Louisville Con- size. They will have 48,000 square vention & Publicity League. feet of floor space, the Largest of The Citizens-UnioNational Bank, any banking Institution In the entire of Louisville is one of the largest South. financial institutions in the United A formal opening of these magniStates. It great strength resulted ficent and commodious quarters will from a merger of two of Louisville' Uko place around the first of June. greatest bank tho Citizen Na Those of our citizen who have had tional and the Union National a the opportunity of looking at them few year ago. Combined with it say that thi bank and trust comnow it the Fidelity and Columbia pany' active butlnes place form Trust Company .which in Itself be- one of Louisville' greatest communcame a giant of business wealth fol ity assets, and that it will be one of lowing the uniting of the Fidelity the show points for visitor to the Trust Co., and the Columbia Trust city at the Fall of the Ohio. Jones-Hughewell-know- n n In 190" Mr. Hughe wat made Executive Commissioner from Kentucky to the Loulsana Exposition at St. Louis. Upon his return he wat chosen secretary of the Commercial Club, serving in that capacity until 1008 when he was elected president of the Kentucky Electric Company. He held this position until hi company was merged with the Louisville Gn it Electric Company in 1913, when he became president of the s Company, which operated a chain of groceries in Louis- Company. According to the latest report of its condition to the Secretary of the Treasury at Waihington, on March 10th., the Citizcnt Union National Bank had deposits of over twenty The Central Record. Lancaster Ky. Thursday. April 20, 922. 1 mraoviNG son d aHHHHHHBHHHHHHHHHKli AT LITTLE COST Sweet Clover Is Admirably Adapt-cWhere Decreased Corn Acreage Is Advisable. CROP MAY BE SEEDED ALONE Bargain Velvet SmokiiiB Tobacco, per can lOcts. Dukes Smoking Tobncco, 3 sticks for 10ct. Rolled Oats in bulk, per pound . - 5cts. Fresh Fish, per pound lOcts. -- Fair Yield of Excellent Hay May 8 Cut If Condition! Warrant Farmer Mutt Judge for Himself What Crop to Crow. (rrrr.t fey th. Unllr1 aiatrs l Aerwaliurs ) nrr1msi 4 to 16 Bushels More Corn Per Acre . One-ha- Missing only four kernels out of every 100 that should be planted means a loss of four bushels per sere. Planting four or five kernels where only three will thrive means a waste of seed, smaller cars and, possibly,' barren stalks. You can plant the exact number in practically each and every hill if you use a JOHN&DEEKE No. 999 CORN PLANTER Change from hilling to er the No. 999 gives you the ac- - drilling or vice vena, it curacy that you would get if Initantly by mom of made foot ..... tit n.l.l nlw .nnnlul ..... The"Countlng-Out"Method Where n reduction of ciini acreage advisable-- anil Ihe tnml Ims lltne enough, sweet rioter will lend Itself udmlnihly la noil Improvement at low Cost. Willi th- - usual way of seeding Is on winter groin or with spring gntlti. the United States of Agriculture udtles that it may well be seeded alone on Inml Unit l now Without n rrnll. Xnrh Inn. I should tic harrowed km early an txj sllile uliil Ihe seed liurriiiT.-.- ! In. i.r where lb." Inml dries slowly the sei-may lie Muttered directly on the ground ns the front Is comlnc out Tliere Is iki need to plow, nnd mi nrnr. tlrnlly Hie whole oxin-ii- i will con.l.l of I lie ci,t of the seed which ill preent Is low. .Searlfliil s,.m1 atwmlil I... lf lb. can good Hakinjr ejs """T' per $1.25. SAVE YOUR CHICKENS Make your heri. lay more Feed them Intcr- lbs. Powder.. Sets. sack tot only wins 5cti. Galvanized Bucket 21cts. Galvanized Oil Cans 79cts. 1 kiiI. Galvanized Oil Cans ..25cts. Guaranteed House Paint, per wllon .$1.75 .Mock Turtle Soup, per can 7cts. 10 qt. " Knl. -- Good Glares, each CABBAGE AND TO- MATO PLANTS NOW READY. T Get here. " seed sweet potatoes T All other can good in town. ... . afl cheap ns any store LEAVE YOUR ORDER HERE FOR THAT NEW SUIT. 1 GROCERIES, GARDEN SEED, SEED PC Used. and dropped hand. By - --. vwul.cu uui the kernels by p means of the Variable-DroDetlce, without ping the team or leaving the eat, you can change the drop to two, three or four kernel. always the exact number Merely thift a foot lever to make the change. d. Hop- inc uniting nvci. u. can be .renr! M.t.tii distance Ing plates. The No. 999 planti great variety of seed without cut-o- fi having to be chanced. 1 f Fertilizer and pea attachments can be furnithed either or both can be uied when planting corn. Oet fyour share of bigger corn profits by using ft John Deere Planter. Come in and see the No. 999. ' Goodloe & Walker Bros. esaaH9alaiBiHBsflHBaaR9eflHBsfl9 CUNNS CHAPEL School clocd here Friday. .Miss Gladys Ray is a guest of Mr.' nnd .Mrs. Harrison Ray. Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Davis spent week-end I Small Celt of Seed. The price of white sweet timer seed Is today colililerulilt- - lets Hum Imlf that if red rioter. If the mii! Is on the ground c(irly Ihe plants will keep hIiiihI of the ws-mid. hv SeMemlxr or October, h fair crop of excellent liny can lie cut If conditions warrant the expense of cutting. Tlie liav will lime practically the sine Mil lie as iilfalfn or red clover Imy In the spring of next year the new growth rnn I turned under for corn If th.it enn Is or the Drill cull lie UmiI for pnMure. Sweet elotrr Is one of the liest iim. lure plants known. If pastured heat lly enough. It will. keep green nnd growing nil through the summer wliru mot gras pnMure dries up. It un.f t " TATOES. TRUNKS, TRAVELING SUIT CASES, DERWEAR, SCHOOL ' NOTIONS, HATS, BAGS ' , HOSIERY, UN- - Uy nnl one. m 00 Hats, Klrts. each, of I.dies. eon- .Me,W, h,,,,ren' Get CAPS, FRUIT, JEWELRY, CANDIES. MISSES - SUPPLIES, COLD. SOFT DRINKS LADIES, BIG STOCK TIRES AND TUBES at prices that save yo" money. 30x:i Tires $7.25 30.x- Tires $8.50 i," 3 3-l- AND CHILDREN'S TRIMMED, READY-TO- " JJJJ $12.98 $13.48 WEAR HATS. Tires Tires ... , I SANDERS VARIETY STORE IHt KtU hKUtxT STORE. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. I ELEGANT BLACK FROCKS She was born .n Woodford countyl t poible to have winter egg, at n Ihjy, hav,ng ,ived in her one half of what fresh ones the with relatives. , naUteJnbout .... u ... w-....i . .i.- - u.u nomc piace un- - would coit, the opultrymrn say Mr. It. S. Clark made n business - .., n.c T V.. n. .. ..... nu M iv. uunirs uunon are til four years ago, when she camej trip to I.exingotn Monday, Eggs can be kept freh. as long , weicominK a little daughter. Mim Alice Sutton, who attended to spend her last years with the year by the following method, ac-ilMr. and Mrs. Paron nnd children of Mr. Sam Speake. She never conl.ng to J. R. Smith, the K. K. A. hai returned. extcnsien spent Sunday with relatives. knew what it was to be sick until she, poult r) man. Mr. Ed Naylor nnd family are Juit got a fall, which cau.ed her death. Mils Annn Lavton was the nttrne "Only absolutely fre.h egg, should recovering from an attack of the tive Rtieit of Miss Marj1 Lee Kurti Miss Arnett was the aunt of Mrs. 'be pre.erv.nl. candling flu. being e. She met death without n j able if there i, ny doubt as to for the week-enthHr Mm Ida Speake was called home struggle and died o quietly that the freshneia. Dirty eggs or eggs ilr. nnd Mrs. McKinley Matthews that on uccount of the death of her aunt, family thought she was Just sleeping, i have been waihed should nnd little daughter were guests of not be Miss Arnctt. She was interred in the family bury-- ' ued. Wa.hed eggs fllr. and Mrs. Sam Hall Sunday. will not keen Mrs. Nora Pruitt nnd son, John and ing ground in Lexington. Curing Swctt Clovtr Hay In Cock. became the protective covering has Jlr. and Mrs. Harrison Ray and brother, Mr. Price Clark, have been turn removed while dirty eggs will Miss Gladys Ray spent Eaiter with tie kept closely pastured, however, ill with flu but have about recovered. orcome tainted In flavor. Infertile. Those cliiiple. elegant black frocks since otherwise It quickly grows tall, Mr. and Mrs. Louis McCulley and Mrs. Jim White, of West Lancaseggs ihuuld be used whenever it is of silk creiie. for afternoon, hare an blooms and becomes woody. If the family. aristocratic qunllty that endears thrra field Is left In sweet clover during 11KSI ter, was u visitor nt the Fork Sun to obtain them. Quite a number from the Sunday to women nnd they aro . . i found In all It can be plowed that fall for grain day and was the dinner gueit of Mrs. . uninirrciai wairr glass, which School of the Methodist church displays. One of them shown here Is or go into rTu in lt24. Ann Stvope. (may be bought at any drug More, I . an Eaiter hunt on Poplnr Ridge n stralsht-llnmodel, bioiised nt the Do Not Improve Soil. Mrs. Klin Cecil nnd daughter, Mits Nsiklsg Belts t atrsltkUa Vsss t j u.ed at the rate of one quart to nine Sunday. waist, where roses made of the crene After lllas Taa aSuak Tua During the past few jears large Annie T. Cecil, of Danville, came quarts of wuter that has been boiled JlHSia SW.IS, MIS Mr. and .Mrs. W. H. Stotts, ilr. and nre sot on a girdle nlsb made of IL crops of small cm In inul of nnd then cooled. The mixture i torn hate over Sunday to spend severnl weeks ISMatlr. awMltst The sleeves of ceorretfn nre slaslinl Mr. Walker Locker and daughter from nrmVojo to cuff nnd the edges tieen grown, but these have not always with relatives. stirred until the Ingredients nre thorpent Eaiter with Mr. and .Mrs. Ottj nniMied with green and white silk proved pmrllnhle, mid. of course, Imte . Msny reerl .at too much srery oughly mixed. Mrs. lien Hughes and Miss Delia osy am most t much too much not helied to Improve Ihe land. The Sebaitian in Jvunmine. brnld. "A clean stone Jar has been found Rice Hughes, of Lancaster, were the some iUji That Is Mhy Amrrlcans ! ijuestlofi of what to do under thee surtsr mora than any people In Ihs Mr .and Mrs. John Land and sons, to be the most suitable container, one or 1.1 Irum Indlauilon, rlrcunistamvs Is Itnportntit. If cash guests of Miis Suian K. Sutton two bllloiuotas Blooming Plants. Mrs. Raymond Ray and Miss Francis nnd ninslliatlon. n y ns are Jar being sutileicnt for the land not put days last week. Wilt; a lltlla thouihlfulnrss and All liloomlng plants need llclit and retm Long were dinner gueits of Mr. and Into corn may he planted to sov lenn. lioaftsr. a amount ol Mr. T. E. Thompson was unanir"f. ilutrr.s couUl treat aviujl sn.l 15 dozen eggs. One quart of the should lie tunietl dally n they da not this ta Mrs. Thompson Davis nnd the Mis.es This crop will require as much labor mously elected messenger by the )uull nrt.r r.allsa how trus Ihl. water glais and nine of water will develop A window III the I. us corn, however. Where the greatDavii, Sunday. until )uu lircvma una of tha srtiral preserve this quantity. The eggs are room In whlrh they are should II. Y. P. U. to attend the general milium .,lf. of this rountry who jHisslMe economy In operation Is placed in the solution an that thus.; lir.li a Ikj of Nature's n.mtdy (.S'lt for nt least ten minutes dally. est association, which meets in CovingTaUrtsI ron.tanlly on band sil use Theugrit. If the uenther Is cold the plunts to be combined with soli Improvement at the top are covered by at least It whenever lnll(atlon. blUuu.neM cr What ii l.i so much he li hoiild he remotei 'o the far ildo of Ihe furmer will lints, to turn to grns ton. coo.tlisilltin threatens. two inches of liquid lifter which the. or clover. l iilikr laaiv purees, calharttes. wre of fy Master Cyrus Skaggs, of Paint the room. Jar ihould be covered to prevent surh as oil. lalomtl. ie., whlih mtrv Kvery furmer must Judge fur himself Lick spent the week-enwith Mr. ly fon-- U.wil action. Nalura's Remedy whether to grow mm, whether to still, Robt. Clark. Also hU sister. Mits rxrus a lenrflclal InHuen.-- Un lha evaporation. The Jar needs to be rnllr illa.atltr nnd tlimlnatlvr sysstored in a cool place where It will stlliite soy beuim or some other crop, Rachel was filling the Misses tem Center .sen tti stomal h. liter. Uittrls am) or whether to rest the land and dethe kMners. Its purtmsa Is tu be undisturbed. the same time. Ifiuntitr vlfinivos nnd hsrmonlooa rive little or no Income from It for one nt "The housekeeper who wants to vl i II the ureal,. tUt lurulla tha .Miss Martha Curtis is making some season. The ahote suggestion Is offbod arul s,slr. wive steps need not iro to thr lar Tkst is Wl.y f fered by the Department of Agriculre.ulu whleh lovely bend necklace. Those who every time she wishes un egg but may .f Nature's R.meey ara it a k.i!ll(ht(ul ture as one way to linprote Ihe land are contemplating n purchase would aiirprt.a t Ihosn tune enough out of the solution to nr: while resting It. mid to do tsTTwltli do well tu look over It. Tha the stock thnt i rSMflpt analtrjthorwisli. ta anion while Inst severnl days, providing she ha aa mild aad Ihe minimum of oxione and labor. (Mltli ui.cl plea.ant as Natura hrr-Miss Curtis has on hand. a cool place to keep them. Egg ano 'h. thvriHiKh lianln ih Mrs. Ernest Gosnev chauuroncd a rlns a Uiruling no may be milled to the solution from of id l rent ' ha BEST MACHINE FOR BLASTING party on a (Hhing trip lust Saturday. User . j i r eallrtitr i.ro-t.-J time to time without danger of spoil-In- g oii( 'or To The Public: Gosney wus the only one out Mrs. those already In it." ' l" Nstur.'t R.n.tf Whtrs Titer Aro but Ftw Stumps to of the crowd, having the distinction ti .at .-. ,.d try ( r r" t ' , c J n'it..ci. u oj "t Rtmovs Device Firing Ttn Caps 1 have .. of catching uny fish She having Life as I See It. opened a Brtkery at the Kentrarlan Hotel man any I Is Satisfactory. i" nt ..c.oriu J I ...r ... I caught l.'i. A jotmg fellow starting In life " iy le (W. and am prepared to furnish the fatulHus of Lancaster ar m. triiMs eterjlin.lv and when ,0 ,ti k d if on.w nJid ly Jtar Miss Annie Blanks. President of blasting Ktectrlc umrhlnes are old he trusts inJiod). Who's tuhlaiusl Mid Garrard county with miiuII Niriuble d)iiumos, so nrnuiKed group So. 3. of the U. Y's. carried I M.ROBERT3 DRUG STORE. l'iilst 111.- - fourler-Jniiriiuthat uti electric current Is geueniled out n good program Sunday evening by pushing down a ruck bur, which at the church. Mlsse Hunter, Mar Practical Uncle. The wealthy unci,, was tulklng extends throiish the top of the tha Curtis, Mrs. N'lnu Goiney, Mr. otrr They are inude In several sizes, mi- propels or his nephew ttilli the Gene Thompson gave talks on Tith boj s mother. "How is to. doing .nine firing lip to :i electric liluMilig ttlth aT j- rat his Mud.esJ" taps, other slr.ru tiring up to 1(1, :ui, ing, euch one handling their subject "(lb. very well, lie's ery luttllfgi nt ; . shows u greul tal00. uml eten more. For Ihe fanner In an eaiy manner. The Vice Pres. I ent for music, uml his manner Is u-rwith but u few slumps to hliist. the Mr. Homer Rice complimented the haughty United .Stutrs Department of Agri- work of this particular group. Ills leurher thinks he will A sample of my product will make a customer become n coinluror ' Ah culture has found Ihe size Unit II rex Indeed " The last examination of the Ilible 10 cups will be large eunuch to meet res.nde. his umie; "luis or (roller of you I am sure. Give me a trial order and conStudy Course was given by Mr. E. curr all needs, but Ihe size llml Hits :UI cups Is morn generally used than any E. Thompson last Thursday evening vince me you appreciate a good Bakery in LancasTobacco Legends. other In agricultural work, at the parsonage. The certificates According to one fantastic legend Itluntlng machines, us well us ull were awarded by their teacher Sun- ter. Thousands of dozens of Kentucky Adam got so liorrd with Kte that lie other necessary blustlng equipment, day night fur the completion of the eggs will be placed In water glass asked l to M.M,j him a o iisolatloii, can (riierully be obiulnrd from local course. The whole class Very Respectfully, received a dealers In explosltes, usually lirnU good average. Mils Susan K. Sut- during the coming few months while and God sent lobucco. The mhrr eggs are cheao for uie next winter story relates (hut our First 'slother ware stoies, or they may he. hud by ton, having received the highest averwriting directly to any imiuufneiurer when prices for this product soar, ac- got mi "fW up" Hh lcr hu.baiid'e attetitlons that she prayed God to of expiosltrs. These machine seldom age, which was 07 M. cording to poultrymen at the e send him some get out of nUr, but they should be Mils Margaret Arnett died at the of Agriculture. Use of the wa-t- the hentenly sift oilier distraction, and of tobacco answered i t .1 ii dry ilav nnd shmilit not home of Mr. Sam Speake Apr. 10th. glass method of preserving makes brr pra)er- .- Montreal Family Herald. lit tUruwn bbt'iil iii liukillt-- rt'Ugh!)'. I 1 MARKSBURY fm.;a y ndvis-Speak- SUmach Out Of Order 1 .m,. Try NR psb!e ... "" eight-gallo- neo-sMir- one-side- oM-nei- l d r a m llr S fol-;- w NEW Ui) fil I ' . - 1- , 1 ....... . ' . m l. Fresh Bread, Rolls, Cakes, - Cookies, Pies, Etc., Every Day. Low Egg Price Ushers In Preserving Season C. H. MEIER, Baker Col-leg- er Tht Central Record. Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday April 20. 922 1 GOOD GREAT DAYS FOR THE Goodyt-a-r TIRE-BUYER- WILL HONOR HEROES if S mi These arc jrreat days for the buyer of Tires. For less money, now, he buys more mlle-uk- c and greater freedom from trouble, than at any previous time in his life. Tiie primary reason for this is the increas-e- d quality and serviceability of Goodyear Tires. An Important supplementary reason in the exceedingly low price at which they now are sold. They are building Goodyear Tire. today better than ever before. They are makiiiK them larger, heavier, ntroiiKer .and more durable. They represent the peak point of accomplishment in this company' effort. constantly to build a better product. Vet, today, you can buy these better tires at thttJowest prices in our history. Not even In pre-wtimes did a jenuine Goodyear Tire require so little investment. We repent, these are Kreat days for the niyer of Goodyear Tires. More people ride oir Goodyear Tires Hum on any other kind. ' ar Commonwealth of Kentucky To Raise Funds For Memorial Building at Lexington ComtnftnoT'jtlon of li s.icrlllce of Ketitioki ,l r.i... in the World War mil lh do ibjert of thousand of , iim-ian ihllilrei f Uis Stale woim-I'irfic hr week of , II when they s. out lo r.ile pu,iuf fur n 23-'J- eem. r .or. L Kinnaird Bros Garage Commissioner's COATS RESEMBLE CAPES Sale Of Land gaurauii circuit couut. J. J. It. at the March Term. 1922. the un. derstgnrd Commissioner wilt sell at the highest anil bet fiubllc auction to at the Court Houe dour In Lancaiter. Kentucky, at It o'clock A. M.. or thereabouts, on MONDAY, APRIL 24 th., 1022, the real ettate mentioned In the pleadings ami described as follows: Located In Garrard County, Ky. Beginning at a itone formerly an elm corner to Mlildleton and Marksbury; N. SHli, W. 33.40 pole, to a beech near irate; thence N. HC, W. to! poles V. to n stake; thence N H7 rt3.ll! pole to a small locuit; thence S. 85 .14, W. 37.60 pole to u stone, where an ah stump formerly stood; thence South 414 poles to a take on a branch, S. 8i4, W 1M pole., to a lynn stump; thence N. l!1. K. 1011 pole to a stake; thence the division line S. 88 H, K. 245 poles to a stone In a lane; thence S, Mt. W. 70 H pole to the beginning, containing UK 14 acres, 3 rods and 29 poles ,le acres and 8.57 poles conveyed to T. I. Herring, and 4 acre, and a rod. conveyed to M. O. Aldridge. The purpose of said sale is to satisfy the lien debt of the Common-wealtLife Insurance Company of Louisville, amounting to date of sale to $3,7n.l!4. and for satisfying any other lien that may be adjudge ed against the property In the future proceedings in this cae, together with the estimated cost of this action, amounting to 225.00. TERMS. The sale will be made on a credit of six and twelve months, and the tiurchaier will be required to execute bonds with approved security, for the purchase price, payable to V. II. llrown, Matter Commissioner, due in six and twelve months respective-ly- , with interest at six per cent per annum from date until paid, having the force and effect of a judgment, upon which execution may isue, and n lien will be retained upon the land until the purchase money Is paid. W. II. Brown. Master Com. missioner Garrard Circuit Court. 3-- 4. h T.Manuel, ft al. Defendants Pursuant to a Judgment rrndered V. Haelden ft. 1, Plaintiffs, One must look twin at many h spring wrap to determine nhrther It l a cum, pure and simple, or a more minplex wrap. The more like rax It looks the letter Its rliamvs of npprmal from the fnshlonahle-.- . The rax lias always Mood women In Ktxil otrad, nevertheless It will noi bold tier nlleslniire season after sen win-nin- on without In miNlirlnitlnns, and we the rnMMrap. Tor general wear the spring offer. among other, the grarefut wrap It I made of trlrotlne show n here. and has n large rollsr trimmed with applied liMip. of silk hrald. ., At the . .. . "... ......... ......I. .. are Olilshed with silk cords ending In Something Itetween a lender leevft and a silt at each side of I ho front allows freedom for the hnnd mill arms. Altogether this Is a smart and practical wrap for crnernl wear and la developed to several coatlnaja hate them Hiiple f'oiil -- vrer of Keiiiurky .itlernlitii the SUtn I'nlver-slti of Ken ill Lexington. tiickj-'part In the w.ir. work of In the mill-tJrrltlten. ami of ertlif, will ho kept there in addition to wur trophies An unny of t.Mi,""0 srliool rhlldren will start out .M'mdjy, April 21, t w;i r.ilsfl one iloltir earh. 'I'lie pl.ir. by endorMil Nlnto Siiierlnteiiilent tleorce Colrln ninl the Keiiiurky Kl.i rutlonjl jt It annu i .Huperinieii meeting In liHlxvtlle dents, prlnelpuls iiml ten' hers lute been repte.ted to aiwume dlrtft on of s Milleitlug, uil ic thn fhH as treasurer ai.'l either urnlnz In the fund, to the woiimii County Oislnn.in or endltiE them to Suite llr.iiiu.) ters. lIO Fifth .Street, Morrow's !overnor follows "Thosf whs hJve not forgotten the couraot sf the living and the glorious sacriflca of the dead; those who re mtitiMr tht soldiers of the great war who offered and gave themselves for 9 us, will during the week of April Kentucky a conduct throughout campaign to raise 1300,000 for the pur. ! pose of erecting at the University of Kentucky a memorial chapel to per petuate the lives and deeds and vices of the Ameican soldiers of the great war. The University of the Common, wealth is linked with the young man hood of Kentucky, and It is there fore fitting that en such a spot there should stand a memorial to the No real youth of our State. monument or other memorial has turn ervcted In Kentucky for this purpose thus far. I am, therefore, confident that this appeal will reach the heart and the purse of the patriotic citltens of tho State. We honor ourselves when we honor those who died for us. We make certain 'that the spirit of yesterday will live throughout our tomorrows If we honor courage and nobility and sacrifice. l, therefore, set aside tho week of as War Memorial Week, April and call upon the men and women of Kentucky, the sons and daughters sf tht Republic those who inherit and hold all for which the dead hive died to lend their hearts and hands to the succaas sf this campaign. The living I offered and the dead gava their lives. J We can give out of that which Cod has givtn to ua that the mtmary of their deeds shall abide forever with us." I James C Wilson, f toulsrllle, wlin was on of tha most survmsful dlrre-Inof IJtwrtjr lxvn cam pal pis In tha. South, has been appointed State Otalrman for this rampaJgn. The following pom. deerlrating the Kentorky Memorial llulbling to the fallen hems-n- , winner of 4 state-wid- e written by Mrs. Klnjnur I runtant. was j tut ImiMinj. .NiittH'. of Ihf .in"-- ! Mini died will tie plm.ll on Ihn lirnnre Indict In .lie li.lC'litii whUU will Im iiciI dally us I'lmpel iirnl union by thousand" of tiM.Mijoi im-tloy )"HS s lte-on- prl-vu- le y li'e AssM-liilio- n Copyrijht I9;2 lUct Sch-ilf- ,i Mim n : HIGH QUALITY-LO- W PRICES 23-2- You know perfectly well thnt the value of things you buy Isn't in what somebody says about them; the man who bought the "gold-brick- " bought it on w hat somebody taitl. Quality isn't jut a word; it's a fact; you don't get it in clothes unless its there. sr styles. cour-ageou- s made n business of putting QUALITY in CLOTHES; materials making smart Your money back if you are not satisfied. We make a business of selling GOOD CLOTHES. We could sell lower priced good, priced 16V because its cheaper quality, but we don't do it because we think our business will last longer if we sell quality. Hart eSchaffner and Marx SUITS MENS AND YOUNG MENS BOYS $20. $22.30, $25. $30, $35. $40. KNEE SUITS $7.50, $8.50, $10.00, $12.00, $13.50, AND $15.00 colors, new weaves, new styles. STETSON New HATS, BOSTONIAN SHOES AND MANHATTAN SHIRTS. 2J-2- HOUSE OF QUALITY. Jas. W. Smith I - LANCASTER, KY. n Grandma Changed Her Mind," by Hope Sanders and Geneva Whittaker. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Long were In "Faster Echoes" by twenty small girl.--) and boys. Itichmond Friday. "Lilly Drill" by ten Kverything sold well at Dr. Hen young ladies. Rev, Price gave a splendid talk on "Easter." Cloted dren's sale Saturday. Mr. W. II. Gulley, of Lexington, by singing "All Hail The Power" and visited Mr. It. W. Sanders last week. prayer. Illinois, It Mr. Phil Prattler, of JUDSON visiting his brother, Mr. J. P. I'rath er. Mr. and Mrs. K. H. Hay entertained several relatives at dinner Sun Miss Virginia Ray spent latt week with Mrs. C. R. Naylor. Mr. Burdette Dailey spent Thursday night with Mrs. Nannie Ray and BUCKEYE Isuoran Wd, of Maysrllle: day. Dear Motherland, Kentucky, hero brine The nuniea of ttieio thy rains we who tael. All Esplalned. adventuring. Mrs. It. "I'm certainly glad to makt Mrs. L Ttb) your niiUiiliilnmv We cannot britix them bak : we run heart o mui li iiImiiiI you." Mrs. It. not slve li e n who enticed "Oh so oi.'. away front me Ust To their young tjm the Joy of sun my sen nit Hi rise, tinr m l fall," l.l.be To eager ears that call they harkened nobly died. Who for Thy sake and Freedom's put aside Toung Iav. and Lusty IJfi1, and C'.ill - of firing. And strode dawn Death's dark ways for The cardinal among the hills of home Depend on Hut They live lo our fugitive. hejrts and these are ICE IN We shall go ilon to dust eten as they. So to Thy Heart, Keotucky, tiring we now Tuim deathlesa names. A coronet fur thy bruw , and lleuutiful. And tliu shall pay Unoadinc honor till Time's latest dsy Ueat-loved- Dr. Ilrndren is with his daughter, Mrs. Howard King, near Uryant-ville- . family. Mrs. John Clark and son were the guests Sunday of Mr. and Mr. Tom Mr. Hasty ami family, of Danville, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. James Naylor. Mr. and Mr. James Foiter enHasty Sunday. Ilev. Price was a guest of Mr. tertained about 30 guests at dinner Hiram Hay and family from Satur- Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Dailey were day until Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Nov!, of near guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. J. Nicholusvillc, spent Hatter with Mr. W. Dailey. and Mrs. Otto Simpson. Mrs. James Clark and children Pherigo, of spent Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. Mr. William Karlc Clay City, is visiting Misses Juanlta Tom Naylor. Simpson and Willie Hollo Hoover. Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Preston and Mrs. llayniond Kay, Mrs. Flora children were the guests Sunday of Long and Mits Francis Long, of Mr, and Mr.. Willie Lane. Nlcholasville, spent latt week here. Suanna Cummins, the little daugh Mr. and Mrs. Handy Kurtz and Mr. and Mrs. Dave Cummins, Mr. visiting her grandmother, Simpson this week. Misses Florence Stone and Ethel and Geneva and James Lane are Mr. and with their Mrs. James Foster. Mrs. Sim Ray spent Wednesday with Mrs. J. W. Dailey. Mr. Nannie Ray and Mrs. Bailey Ray were the guests in the afternoon. Misses Etta Bell Rots and Maggie guests of B. Hurt were week-enJessamine friendt and attended service at Hickman Sunday. Mrs. Nannie Ray entertained several at dinner Sunday and gave a small Eattcr Hunt. Twenty-seve- n children partook of the hunt. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Pollard, Mr. and Mr. W. M. Black and daughter, Virginia Ellen, were guest Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Austin Black. ter of is grand-parent- s, d What Wat Wronj With Mule. Sum. a colored "clicker," sold Mote a tuule. A few days later Mose told Ku;u the tuule was blind. "What makes yo' tlilnU dut dat mule Is blin.ir "Why. I turned him loos. In Held and he ran right Into a tree." "lloif. dat mule nln't blind. He Just dou't give a it u. The Argonaut. family of Harrodtburg, end guests of Mr. nnd were Mrs. week- - F. llrown. Mr. J. P. Prathor was struck by an automobile and slightly bruised, while walking up the road Sunday morning. Heady for Rugs and Carpets Our cleaning business is open and ready for Sprint; operations, and we will call for your Carpets, Huk's. Etc., if you phone us. Can make them like new with a very small cost. I have the Conners-vill- e Equipment, the best vacuum suction cleaner made. GIVE" ME A TRIAL ALL WEATHER Mestlames II. W, Sanders, Hiram And It shall be throughout the cumin: Kay, Nora Tester, Mines Ethel Ray years Young hearts shall proudly read thett and Sallle Lou Tester spent Tuesday hero-num- We pledge ourselves PURITY, to And feel within their own the sacred flumes, "We'll live for what they died for He spite of fears," faith shall spring once oiore from blood and tours. FULL WEIGHT, GOOD SERVICE BASTIN BROS. Keep safe the. names; Thy tons wlio would not sate TTiefiiselve at price of Uberty and TUee. The "Old Kentucky lloaie" stall hallowed be ThrougtMiut the axes by Ui blood they Cave, Keep thiiti tbetn Kife, Thy lleautlful and lira re. This poem will be on nurtde or brume sad placed La the UeemrlsJ luUdln. Lexington. Sir. and Mrs. Hobart Price nnd suns visited in Luwrenceburg from Wednesday until Sunday. While there Mr. Price attended the K. K. A. at Louisville. The program Sunday evening opened by singing Hock of Ages. Iter, Price read John 20. After Hugged Quartette, prayer1 "The Cross." The children marched in and tang, "Lo In The Grave He by." "Welcome" by six small children. Hell drill by ten Junior girls. by six children, "First Easter," "raster Blessing" by Myrtle Stock erer. "If I had been There." by four boys. "Who TelU of Easter" by Willie Uelle Hoover. When In LANCASTER CARPET AN0 RUG CLEANING WORKS H. L. BAILEY, Manager. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, April 20, 1922 9 r 111 OUR LOSS YOUR GAIN We find our stock of implements too large have used the axe. Will make special cash prices on Political factions will accuse each other of even conceiv- able crime during an election, and then forget all about it after the votes are counted. They will even take a long swig from the same bottle. If they were convicted of h Ml of the crimes charge III cd against them there would UJ not be jails enough in the coun try to hold them. But it seems to be the way of human nature. And most of us are human. I SOUTHERN RAILWAY Endorses Careful Campaign whole-hearted Crossing Ful-O-Pe- p AVERY'S CUTTING HARROWS JONESVILLE CORN PLANTERS AVERY'S CORN DRILLS BRINLY HARDY'S CULTIVATORS. CONN BROS. "Live and Let Live Folks." IE Washington, 1). C., Through syscotematic efforts and operation on the part of railroadway lone-tentofficer and employers, casunltlr among rmployees on Southern Hallway System have shown a constant decrease month after month, and the result of this effort I reflected in that during February, 11)22, there was not a single fatality among employees of the entire System and less than two hundred injuries. A noted preacher says our The Southern during the past few American women are so bad months has shown safety pictures In they will cause the destruction many of the cities and towns in the of this country within fifty South, and Vice President II. W. Miller, in charge of operation, an years. nounces that, owing to the large We thank the reverened number of casualties that are occur-Ingentleman for postponing our at highway grade crossings each exit for fifty years. Our eyes month and to assist further in comare still good and we enn take munity safety, the Southern will r Into the rnrrful in a lot of sights in that length crossing campaign, which will be con- of time. ducted throughout the country dur It may be true, as he says, ing the summer months. g en-tewhole-heartedly CHICKEN FEED GR0W1UASH LAYINGIMASH SOLD BY 6URREY Baptist Church News & GULLEY Just two more Sundays in this convention year Let us make them the best of the year. The Sunday School attendance last Sunday was 4 00 1.1.', with 54 Hiblrs and over collection. Our goal la 200. Come over and help us reach it next Sunday. The topic for tfie morning sermon will be "Old-Tim- e Power for Presrnt-Tim- e Problems." Evening service at 7 JO. All arc cordially invited to the service. The State II. Y. P. U. Convention Is in sesUon at Covington this week. Miss Jane Williams s Ote delegate fram eur Swciety. Tanlac Is the result af year- - of study, experimentation and research by some of the werld's greatest chemists. Hence ita merit. Stormes Drug Store. (It.) VjMctlti of Crews. hlr.u nre trmit that is. (IV see iimhiiIh rs In h4 tanHti J, or ta.l iitMtiiijf In the rrsnr famtlv--Mt- tt ih.-rr nit bints of dttlHelisn Man Mm T that the women of today are bad at least some of them 3C1E 1 E IE The Central Record $1.50 a Year. limed Watkly. Payable (a Advaaca. J. E. ROBINSON, Editor, a. L .ELKIN, Local Editor and Mgr. Lan-cttte- Entered at the Pott Office in Ky., at Second-Cla- Mail Matter. THE AMERICAN PRESS ASSOCIATION Usculer, Ky., April 20, 1922 Kalti For Political Announcsasaats. Vot Precinct and City Offieei.. 15.00 10.00 For County Offices For State and District Offieei ..15.00 .10 For Calls, per line .10 . For Cards, per line For all publications in the interest of individuals or expres sion of individual views, per .10 line .05 Obituaries, per line . ... Congressman Barkley For Governor f strong and acceptable candidate. While there are a number of names mentioned, most of them are 'Favorite Sons' and will not be long before the public, as is usually the case. It seems that most democrats have it in mind that the leader of the State ticket next year shall be Congressman Albin W. Barkley in the First District. At loast his name is the one we hear discussed generally and see mentioned most frequently in the public press. He is suggested by Col. E. C. Walton in that popular and in fluential paper, The Interior Journal, of Lincoln county. The Danville Daily Messen ger as well as Col. Richardson's paper, The Danville Daily Ad vocate, think that Barkley is the man to select. The liar rodsburg Herald, Mercer eoun ty takes the suggestion of his The nomination favorably. country press generally in Western Kentucky want Bark ley nominated. We hear his candidacy well We observe more or less discussion in the press as well as among democrats every where 192.'!. as to the probable nominee for Reputable people everyGovernor next year. It is well enough for democrats to begin where, especially in our cities, to consider the merits of the are at a loss to know how to proposed leaders of the party reduce the crime wave that is even at this early date. In engulfing this country. The season of perplexity in this way we may be able to unite upon a candidate pleas- which we find ourselves reing to all. We all want the minds us of the woman who right man to lead in the next had a baby tiger for a pet. It was little, and cute, and State contest. Democrats every where are sick and tired of harmless in its infancy. But the broken promises and mis- in time it grew strong, and one rule of the present State ad- day it decided that its mistress would make a good meal and ministration. The Record shall give its un- she did. tiring support to any leader the When crime was at a low party may select. But like all ebb we looked upon it as a good democrats we want a matter of course .and neglected spoken of among democrats in this county where Mr. Barkley is universally popular. He has visited here a number of times and made several democratic speeches pleasing the large crowds always assembled to greet him when he comes. While it is quite early to make prophesies, we are never the less going to suggest that when the show down comes and after all the "Favorite Sons" have had the opportunity of feeling the public pulse, there will be but one candidate for the Democratic nomination for Governor in 192a and that will be Hon. Albin W. Barkley. Mr. Barkley is one of the best qualified leaders we have in the party; a magnetic personality, eloquent speaker, experienced in public duties, belonging to no political factions in the party, clean in private life and personally very popular, are some of the qualities which fit him for leadership as the nominee for Governor in Hut realizing me enorm Miss .Margaret Arnett, age Hi ity of our own masculine sins, yenrs, 4 months and 22 days, passed we are not throwing any stones peacefully Into the Great Hryond on Monday morning, April 0th. Shr at the fair sex not even at had been seriously ill only one week. the Mappers. Everything that loving hands could Then again, fifty years is a do for her was done, but to no avail, long time to wait for the blow- for the Angel of Death came and up, or kickolT, or whatever bore her spirit buck to the God Who way we are to be snuffed out. gave ft. life They may be bad we don't to Her God was one of service, both her and fellowman. As long know but we like'em all, as her health would permit she ateven in their badness. tended the Christian church at Woodford county, of which We'll contjnue to take'em as they come, and crowd in as she was a faithful member, since 16 years age. many of those fifty years as we Missof Arnett wns born in Woodford can. county m 1820 and lived at the same place for hrt years. During the ear are. Arnett 1 teaspoonsful of Tanlac in little water taken three time a day just before meals will make you eat better, feel better, sleep better and work better. Stormes Drug Store. (It.) Two Warm For Barkley (Interior Journal) The Interior Journal will support any good democrat who is nominated for covcrnor, but it wants a strong one to co against the republicans next year. It does not want to take chances on such accident as we are Like many annow experiencing. other democrat, a number of republicans as well, it wants no more administrations like the present. In order to insure democratic success, which is synonymous with Rood gov. irnment, it will be necessary to use care and judgment in the selection of a standard bearer. No democrat who is or has been identified with the factions thnt exist, or have formerly existed, should be cunidered, for such might endanger the success of the party of parties. What is wanted is a real man and n democrat in whom there is no semblance of guile. A man in whom the people have confidence; who has strength at home ami abroad; who is known from Mills' Point to the Hir Sandy, ami about whom nothing but noml can be said. This paper thinks that Mr. Albin W. Hnrkloy, of Paducah, fills the bill to a nicety and hopes that gentleman can be induced to make the rnce. For a number of terms he has represented most creddemocratic itably the Gibraltar the First District, and he is known and admired by every citizen of the counties composing tin district. He was the one man that Ollie James feared because of his superior ability and hi superb record as u lawyer, n statesman and a businesa wan. Mr. Ilarkley is splendidly equipped for the governorship and, in our opinion, would wake the strongost race of any domoerut in the State. He can win the nomination without trouble and can best any republican our friends the enemy may pit against him. He would not only make a strong race but a good, strong governor, one that we could point to with pride and be proud to call our own. Gov. Ilarkley sound good to this paper. We hope and believe it will ound god to all the people of this State far the four years beginning in December of the good year, rock-ribbed d lier part of her life she spun tlax and made it into clothes for her younger brothers and sisters. In 1018 hor youngest brother pass ed on before her at the advanced age of 84. She then came to make her home with her nelre, Mrs. Sum Speake ,of this county. Wednesday morning at ten o'clock llev. K. II. llourland of the l.anea- ter Christian church preached her funeral, then her body was taken to Lexington and laid to re-s-t In the family lot. Our hats are off to our genial Su perintendent as u llrst rate enter tamer. The children of the Junior classes enjoyed an Easter rgg hunt at his home last Sunday afternoon, and the members of the young men's clais were his guests at the Puritan last Friday afternoon. The re freshments were only a side issue of the school auto rare, and the young men won the llrst lap to El Pase, but the Cadillac passed them with n whizz last Sunday, and the Iteo now in third place. A splendid display of beautiful llowrrs and plants arranged around the rostrum added much to the of the church for Easter Sunday. The choir rendered some special music which was n decided contribution to the service. The stereoptirnn slides shown in the evening protruye-the dosing scenes in the life of our Lord and illustrated the old Gospel chisnlc. "Hock af Ages." Other songs descriptive of the slides shown were sung during the service. Campaign pledges arc now due Will you not plan to pay up in rur' or in full by next Sunday if "iMusiiit.' Tlw"t!i!u- t f.f - mhw un-- 'In i i , . khiI all are remark-talMtt or wtsr iter. , init-HI lie k. the n. i ! :. Jar mid 'lit- - mac-M- T' o r Un M,ltrre.l '" inti iH!.-- r. all Card of Thanks We wish to thank our friends and neighbors for the kindness shown us during the illness ami death of our beloved aunt. Mr. S. II. Speake and family HASELDEN BROS. Make Whitewash This Way Whitewash properly made is nl most as serviceable as pain t for rough wood, brick or stone and much cheaper than the cheapest paint, according to the farm engineering department of the State College of Agrieulture. Directors for making the Govern ment whitewash which is recommend wl by the college are as follows. bushel of unstackc'i f Take lime, slake it with boiling .water, cover during the process to keep in the steam, strain through a tine sieve or strainer and add to it a peck of salt, previously disiolvcd in warm water; three pounds of ground rice boiled to a thin paste and stirred in while hot; half n pound of Spanish whiting and one pound of clean glue, previously dissolved by soaking in clean water and then hanging over a slow pot hung in a larger one filled with water. Add live gallons of wa ter to the mixture, stir well and let stand for n few days covered from dirt. The wash should be applied hot, for which purpose it ran be kept in a kettle or portable furnace A pint of this mixture it properly applied will rover one yard. one-hal- Saturday Special Corn Muffin Stick Q,., "WCIS Qnddles-$1.0- 0 size J the precautionary measures necessary to prevent its spread. Right under our noses it has grown to enormous proportions, and new we are apparently helpless in its grasp. The tiger is no more dangerous than the criminal with his gun. Both should be rendered harmless before they get beyond control. merchants advertise because they want the people to know of the goods thoy have to sell, especially when more than ordinary values are offered. People read the ads because they want to know whore they enu buy to host advantage, and this can only be dotormined by knowing wlmt the merchants I.ivu Keeps your Buildings From Slipping Away WHAT your lwrn coit to What it costs to keep it bu.lt is another. Of course, you can't prevent the first cost, but you can keep the tecond cost mi low that it's practically no cost at nil. Paint w ill do It by making repair i unnecessary, And Lowe Itothcra Standard Itarn rnlnt will do It better titan any other wo have ever seen. It's. Just like a big ropo nmund your burn, keeping; It from slipping away. h ono coat. Special Request To Fox Hunters On account I I I D of so much damage being done our sheep by dogs, we as fanners and sheep owners notify gentlemen, all honorable, upright and good neighbor fox hunters to keep their doga off of our premises. Wc also very cordially request the 1023. hunters themselves to stay off for the purpose of hunting. "Tanlac dW what everything elaa P. T. Itjgsby, fuiicxl to do." Thousands have said 11. C. Anderson, have to ofTer. it. So will you. J. C. Klgsby, The local papor k the (It.) Storme Drug Store, D. M. Anderson, medium btwon aollor and L. K. Perkins, Yes, We Bet You Do! buyer. David Stevens, S. Morgan, The one should use it, and Mary had a powder puff, It. It. Anderson, Where she kept it we cannot say, the other should read it. S. C. IUgsby, Uut when she goes to get it, Funny, isn't It? Yot it does J. P. Thompson. We always look the other way. Elizabethtown News. not seem to raise a laugh. Standard llarn Paint costs few cent more per gallon, but always several dollar lets per job. Como in and ak ua about it. n. Haselden Bros. 2 MCTKMffl 10 PACKS THIBTT THIRD YRAR THE CENTRAL RECORD. LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, APRIL 20. 1922. An Explanation MCTKKf 2 8 PAGES NUMIIR 3. 1,800 eggs one together with several small ones also will be explained. Addresses and discussions on a variety of poultry problems by Dean Thomas P. Cooper, of the college, and tire time. The office carries anything from a horseshoe to a with it a salary of $1,300 a threshing machine. He comes found business humming and year, with an additional al- of a family of experts and Is everybody happy and seeminglowance for an assistant, being closely related to many in Lan ly enjoying life to it fuilest. caster, although he doesn't vis Ken- a second class office. No better people live in it Garrard's capital as often as of tucky than those Inhabitant-his friends would have him do L. H. Davis is the hustling Paint Lick anil her surround-In- g community. She possess- proprietor of a general merOne can never miss getting es one of the best Graded chandise store, which occupies a square meal in Paint Lick, If thespace of the old Hurnam Mil Hitch Schools in the counhe only stops with Mrs. John ty, with an enrollment of over and Rucker mill, which was Coldiron, whose tables fairly by fire several three hundred, and equipped destroyed groan with the delicacies of teach- months ago. Mr. Davis has with a splendid corp of erected a substantial building the season, served In family ers. covering here, the entire style and a "help yourself in best and safest ground pnce and he carries a vitation, that makes one feel One of the State Hanks in the state, Is the little of everything and lots of that he was glad to have been Peoples Hank of Paint Lick, some things. He handles there. with a capital stock of only "American Queen" Hour and Every preparation is being $15,000 but with a surplus of buys it by the car load, which de- - enables him, he says, to sell it made and the event looked for nearly $:10.000 and with posits nearly reaching the jut a little cheaper than the ward with consuming interest, meetings that quarter of a million dollar other fellow. Mr. Davis Is a for the series of is to begin in Paint Lick the mark. Mr. K. L. Woods has Kenial , wholesoul fellow and' May at been it president Tor many one of the boss fishermen of first Monday night in the Methodist church in that many years and II. G. Woods that community. He will city. Rev. N. H. Young, the the Cashier. Mr. Edwin Walk- leave a customer any time to er, son of Mr. and Mrs. Woods tell you of the 225 pound sea local pastor, together with his Walker Is the genial and ac bass he landed himself in Feb- entire membership, ns well as the entire community, expect comodating assistant cashier ruary, 1921. to join in making it one of the is making good with the and The fish is on exhibition, be best meetings ever held in this position he assumed about six ing beautifully mounted and occupies a good portion of one little province. The meeting mouths ago. will be conducted by Rev. Carl It was side of his store. can truthfully caught on the West coast of Vogel, of Herea, one of the Paint Lick boast of some of the best busi- Florida, at Boca Grande, near noted divines of that educa ness firms of any town of its Charlotte Harbor. He togeth- tional city. Among er with Dr. J. H. Patrick, Sam state in Kentucky. A horse attached to the bug those ye had the pleasure of Denny and Dr. Cnrmnn, expect gy of William Ledford, ran calling. Upon was the firm of to worry the finny tribe in Logsdon ami Company, succes- KocKcasue river In the near away last Friday, starting from sors to our present County future, as is their custom every the shop of O. L. Hammack, turning into main street, across Treadway. The" year. Judge, G.-the bridge at a "mile a minute" firm composed of three gate, where he parked sudden splendid yo)ng men, Messrs. Speaking of fishermen, it is ly against the stone fence, with Thomas Lflfdon, Morris Todd said that Tim Alexander Davis, a completely wrecked vehicle Halston. They and W. Ed' Hurt and Sam Hurt hold and the horse more less seri carry everMthing found in a the record in that community ously but not dangerously in country storeand their busl- for landing some large catfish. jured. No one was hurt, but . t store They ness (Occupies two uirg are true sports and fish the incident brought out' the rooms! only with hook and line. entire populace and excite ment was a fever heat for a la the the street general merchandise store of' N. It. Patrick and Son are few minutes. J. II. Halston, who succeeded proprietors of one of the foreHstridgc, about six most garages in the city. They Death Claims Robert months ago. Mr. Halston does carry everything in the accesJames B. Guynn u nice business and is a very sory line and have a number i ne citizens ot tins com popular young business man. of expert mechanicians in their employ. One can't go to Paint munity were deeply grieved lie owns the only soda fountain in the city and is planning In Lick without bumping into Mr. when the news wns heralded the very near future enstall Patrick, who always gives you that Mr. James li. Guynn, one ing a new one of the latest type the glad hand and makes you of Paint Lick's most useful welcome. He's alright. citizens and the community's and model. most prosperous farmers had Hervey and Woods is an Possibly one of the livest passed Into the Great Heyond. other one of the foremost firms firms in Paint Lick, and one His death was not unexpected, In the city, carrying furniture that believes in advertising, is however, for he had been exand a general stock of hard the Paint Lick Garage, the tremely ill for several months, ware. The members of the members of whom are Messrs. having been stricken with parfirm are: Dave Hervey and II. W. H. Hoop, R. G. Woods and alysis several months ago, G. Woods, There never was Hoy Estridge. This firm is from which fatal disease he a cleverer fellow than Dave, well equipped for this line of had never convalesced. He and his friends are numbered work and have as head me was 75 years of age and was only by his acquaintances. chanic, Mr. O. H. Peyton, an blessed with many warm expert when it comes to ad friends and respected by all John II. Pennington has re- ministering to the ills of any who knew him. He had been cently purchased the stock and car. This firm is the agents for many years a devout mem good will of Robert H. Led ford for the Chevrolet and Dodge ber of the Presbyterian church, ami has an kleal store room cars, two of the most popular faithful to its teachings and and doubtless will do a thriv- cars on the market today. upright in his dealings with his ing business. He is well known Their advertisement appears fellowman. Funeral services to the people of Paint Lick. on this page and gives some were conducted at the Lancas He will carry fresh meats and interesting facts concerning ter cemetery last Friday morn Ice throughout the year and ing, by his pastor, Rev. W. A. the Chevrolet car. has made quite a reputation Ramsey, where the Interment for killing only the choicest followed. He Is survived by One can hardly think of one son, J. Walker Guynn, and beeves to be had In thjit combuggy painting or repairing, one brother, Robert Guynn, of munity. In the trade with Mr. Pen- without thinking of 0. L. Ham- - Paint Lick and one sister; of nington, Mr, Ledford gets the mack, who is not very old, but Jessamine county. is one of the landmarks of Gillispie farm near Lowell. Paint Lick and does a "land- Card of Thanks Robert II. Ledford is to be office" business near the depot take Paint Lick'H new postmaster, in this city. He guarantees all myI sincerethis method ot expressing appreciation to the friends n his work and and is expecting his com his prices are arid neighbor who were so kind and to arrive at any time. He reasonable indeed. Give him thoughtful to my father during his T, Walker Guynn. succeeds Mr. Robert J. Walker a call, he will treat you right. but days, last Friday afternoon ! ' M. . In jutlce to all the Paint Lick renders, as well m to our eorrrspon-dent- s from this place, we wish to stte that both Mis Ilurchell and FROMPROS-PEROU- S frs. Hall were abient from the city during the present week, hence the omission of their newsy letter, which has been appearing so regularly heretofore. We hope that with the assistance of the residents of this A representative of the Cen... . .. .. ii. I George Conn Is nnother of community, we can give even a betuintim. nnuimiu ,.n..ll spent a very de- n nu mime tral Record ter psge and more new in the lightful two hours In the thriv- Mr. Led ford will lok after the Paint Lick's business men and future than we are giving you this office alone, giving it his en- a mechanic who can make ing little hamlet of Paint Lick week. (Editor.)' (I PAINT LICK HAPPENINGS JOTTINGS GLEANED EAST END HAMLET. 1 "POULTRY DAY Garrard County Poultry Raisers Invited to Lexington J. R. Smith, extension poultryman April 2Gth. and Mr. Martin wil lhelp round out COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE HOST CARTERS VILLE Mr. and Mr.s Andle Robinson is the proud parents of a baby boy. Mrs. Elizabeth Calico who was stricken with paralysis three weeks ago is no better. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Stinnett and Miss Cora Roop attended preaching at Hrattsville Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Cicero Collins were the pleasant guests of Mr. and Mr. James Boiling Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Felix Pennington, of lierea, Mr. and Mr. Price Rhodes, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Roop Sunday. Mrs. Annie Petts and Mrs. Carrie Thomas and son, Harold Scott, of Herea, were guests of Mrs. A. R. Carter Thursday, The I. 0. O F. and Rebecca Lodge gave an entertainment and pie sup per at the I. 0. O. F. Hall Saturday night. Everybody reported a nice time. Master Cieo Robert Carter had the misfortune to break his arm Sun. day evening while playing in the yard at the home of hi grandmother. Mrs. C. S. Roop. Dr. F. H. Smith of Paint I.ick was called to set the broken bone.. Duty's Call Imperative. In a Dower that rises with ni ha tUa morning and goes to rest with as at. nl(lit. It Is coextensive with th action ot our tntelllgenr. It tt Dutf wIhtb ve will the shadow tlmt ok-uv- V K. t us. vo ;tmltivue. Lexington, Ky., CarTard county farmers and their wives who are interested in improving their poultry flocks will be among thoj who will have a special invitation to attend the first "Poultry Day" to be held on the College of Agriculture farm here April I'tith., has been announced. While the progarm for the event has been designed for farmers in all partis of the State, the college and Home Agent, Miss Joyce Syler will make a special effort to have a large delegation from Garrard county at- A Message to People in Poor tend. The county is close enough to Health Who Want the college farm to give farmers liv ing in it a good opportunity to obTo Be Well tain new pointers on the care and If you are in poor health merely management of their flocks ,it is ben from a general condition, lieved. n of Following a description of the get some Gude's farm by J. H. Martin, in charge of your druggist and take it with your the college poultry' work, those who meals for a few weeks or until you n is a come here for the day will be shown feel right again. breding pens where the mating wonderful tonic and the of six ditTcrent breeds wil Ibe ex- and is very pleasant to take. It does Its effects plained ,the brooders where 1,500 not act like a miracle. chicks of different ages are being are gradual, but real and sure. It reared under coal and oil burning contains iron in a form easily digestbrooders and the large laying house ed and absorbed by the system. For n of the farm with 300 hens. The thirty years Gude's method of managing the laying flock has been used by physicians as a ! n people. Don't together with the electric light ex tonic for periment to increase egg production continue to be weak, nervous, and headachy take Gude's n will be explained at this point. and restore your good health. In experiments now under way, the college poultrymen will explain those Thousands have been helped back to comparing sour skimmilk, semisolid health by it you can be benefitted buttermilk and meat scrap in the lay- if you will accept this truth and act ing ration, those showing the value now. Sold in both liquid and tablet of limestone in the laying ration of form. Advertisement. hens, those showing the inheritance Regular Steeplechase Course. of egg shell color and skin color toA strepleclias course must have at gether with those designed to show leant twolv fences In the first two the best type of poultry houses for miles, at least imp ditch not less than various conditions. The use of var- tlx fevt aii'l a wnter Jump not ious types of Incubators including le than iwvlve fivt wide. the day's activities. The college poultry farm Is said to be well equipped to help farmers with their poultry problems. It con-taieight acres of land, has 800 birds on it and has an incubation capacity of 3,300 eggs. The highest producing Leghorn on the farm produced 260 eggs In a year while the highest producing Wyandotte laid 248 eggs In the same time. STRENGTH VITALITY HAPPINESS run-dow- Pcpto-Manga- Pepto-Manga- blood-build- Pepto-Manga- run-dow- Pepto-Manga- : M Just-acro- ss m n Interesting Information In its class. car In its clas. car Chevrolet uses less gasoline than any other It uses less oil than any other Chevrolet is more comfortable to nde in than any other low price car. Chevrolet has a speedometer connected to the transmission. Chevrolet has an oil gauge on the dath. Chevrolet has a one man top with concealed bows. It has a gypsy style back curtain. Chevrolet has a standard transmission with three speeds forward and reverse. Chevrolet has a water pump and does not depend upon thermo syphon circulation. Chevrolet has a roller bearings in front wheels. Chevrolet is easy and safe to steer. Chevrolet has a slanting windshield. It has movable windshield glasses for summer comfort. Chevrolet has the Wiliard Rubber Thread Battery. Chevrolet has pockets in all four doors including one beside the driver's seat. Chevrolet has a standard gear shift lever. Chevrolet has both a hand and a foot accelerator. Chevrolet has National Headlight Lenses. It hat a tine appearing body. Chevrolet has a triple baked enamel body and fenders. Chevrolet has a modern d motor noted for 1U great pulling power. valve-In-hea- You can purchase any of our cars on a 30 per cent down payment and per cent per month on the balance. This Is the lowest time payment plan , in use on any car. When you think of an automobile think Chevrolet a complete car. NOTHING TO BUY BUT THE LICENSE. of 1 PAINT LICK GARAGE mis-alo- PAINT LICK. KENTUCKY. The Central Rscord, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, April 20, 922, 1 HASTY CONCLUSIONS (American iini .. Hi Leion New. one-eleve- n All SHOULD BE AVOIDED Angles cigarettes W i nu.ron Enterprise Should Be Considered. of Farm If Cows Were Sold - tRLtY VIRGINIA - FIFTEEN In a ruif package that fits the pocket At a price that fits the pocket-boo- k The same unmatched blend of TURKISH. VlRClSIA ond BURLEYTobaccos The fine points of bravery are not unknown to Gov. Harry I Davis, of (TrtiotMl tr tb L'ulttil Ststts Di'r1mt Ohio, but when he wan asked to pick I sirlcsitsi.) In Ohio to repIlnsty conclusions should le avoided the bravest In ir.aklng life of the result of the resent the llurkrye population at a year's cost account fur Improving the national assemblage In San Franciscrganlzatlnn of the farm. warns the co, Calif., he declined the large re United Htstes ttcparttnent of Agrlcul- - sponsibility. At his request thei All cinkI farmer know that American Legion undertook ture. the se' a positive decrease In lection. sometimes profits may enue If an enterprise te dropped because, taken alone. It linn Poison Kas which A. M, Thonipon,; failed to pay. Cows, for Instance, may not show a net profit, hut If all the Cheyenne, Wyo policeman, Inhaled rows were mild there might he no in France during the war four years ay of using the roughage. ngtu had jutt caued him to toe 'id other which would tnme n dead los. Iji- - teeth, accordinir to n report made hor devoted nlcht and morning to by the American Lrrion. The police-- ' man recovered from a lonK lllnes . fter the teeth had been removed. -' There Would Bs LaNo Way of Using Roughag bor Also Would Bt Lost, Adding Ancthsr Burdtn. . A Legion commander for the first time made ue of the radio telephone message to the ex- in broadcasting service men of America when Han-- , fon! MacNider stood in Detroit, Mich. and from station WW J sent an Has. ter greeting that was heard In nil middle western states and a far south as the Gulf. Which Do You WANT? "GLEN LILY" FLOUR with its Creamy Color, Rich Nutty Wheat Flavor Light and Fluffy Or A Bleached, Phosphate Cured Dead Woody Taste IbbbVESSBSupIbbbbbbbt Kttplng of Cows May Be Responsible, for Making Hogs 8o Profltablt. Hanging In the room which i Foch of France has reserved in hi home for the thousands of presents he received while touring the United States under the auspices of the American Legion arc the keys to eleven of America's largest cities. All the gifts which Americans on the Marshal are In his "American room" except the famous Montana bob cat which now paces n Mar-thaed cage in the Paris Zoological Gardens. milking have voted to disband and turn over to the American Legion th erespon-Abilit- y of observing Memorial and other days on which the boys of '01 have honored their dead comrades for more than half a century. and feedlns cows, and charged to them, would lx entirely notli-In- c Time has so thinned the rank of lost If the cows nerv solil nnd supplied to fill In the time. Thus the G. A. R. at St. Cloud, Minn., an added burden for the maintenance members of Inhor would have to he borne hy that the few remaining BUY STOCK IN THE the other enterprle. The fact that the he or the corn crop brine the init net money durlns the senoon Is no reamii fur assuming that nil the activities of the farm In the future should he devoted solely to heirs or corn. It muy he that tb krv Inu of cows s iartly responsible for maklne boss so profitable, or that the crow Inc of wheat, clover, or other crops In rotation with corn make the latter crop much more profitable than Lancaster Building & Loan Ass'n AND HELP YOUR TOWN vUxni by Lucister and Guard Cecity Chanter 0 K'd BY COMMITTEE FROM LANCASTER BtJl way to pay for HOME. of Conntrce HANKS It would have been If crown atone. Similar conditions will be met with on all farms and. therefore, no sudden change should be made on the basis of what a single j ear's accounts may should be taken Into consideration. tndlcate. All ancles of the enterprise Smartinc rtnl eyes nmeni: llrook lyn, N. Y school children caused shop owners to be hated into court. It was found that merchant device for were sellini; n war-tim- e purifying water consumed by soldiers of the American Legion In Nebraska as "toy bombs," which threw oil and are broadcasting market reports, poiMin fumes unon exploding. weatther forecasts and weekly concerts to the rapidly growing legion So confident are the of wireles telephone users. men of Kmporia, Kans., that the adjusted compensation measure will The aid of Mayor Curiey of be pastil by the Senate that the Mas.., other city olTlolals, the American Legion members of that American Legion and the American place have !elr-13,000 of the ex- conusul at Sidney, N. S., was requirpected money to be used as the ed befoTe an Yank man, nucleus of a fund to erect n suitable "stranded" with his family in Nova community club house. Scotia, could be brought back to his lloston home. The Legion paid the In Korea, where Fords cost $l,-- j bills the man had incuirrd and the 012.S0, former members of the A, K. officials unwound the neecssary red F. have banded themselves together tape. under the leadership of M, - Swine-hear- t, The superstition Utat all army top treasurer of hte Southern Presbyterian ml!on of the Hermit sergeants are "hard boiled" took wing Kingdom, and formed n post of the when an Investigator unearthed one p kick in Chicago who Is spendAmerican Legion. About a dosen ing his time trying to locate jobs for most of them missionmen as his part of the aries, make up the post membership. American Legion's campaign to find Former Navy radio operators and work for world war veterans. members of the Army signal corps When two desperate criminals huve organized uniler the auspices; Ho-toIex-to- GARRARD MILLING CO broke Jail at Springilcld, Tenn , an I took refuge In the woods, the ehuf of police called on the American Legion after his own force had fail eil In its effort to capture his former guests. The men formed a battle line nnd the two fugitives were landed back In the calabooie. Judge Harry S. Keldan, of Detroit, Mich., opening his court for butlne found that the entire Jury panel had been snapped up by Jurists, His Honor aikrd the American legion to further the cause nf justice with a result that a new set of ten talesmen, all jobless Impaneled. men, ws thorough canvass of the men of Stuttgart, Ark., failed to bring ta light a single unemp4yed veteran. The employment committee of the American Legion wat formed so it dug up two jobs fur men already employed which were better than the ones they had. A POTASH IN WOOL RECOVERED Small Washer Has Bten Dtslgnsd and la Being Tried by the Bureau of Chemistry. Earned 6 ROBINSON, 1- -2 J. E. Best Investment for SURPLUS FUNDS President Wm. S. HOPPER, Sec't. & Tres. Per Ct Luwt Year. Co to Extreme!. Had Almost Too Much Learning. TIim iiilttirM.1 ura tuive tmn "Some men's Idea of personal ftv Jormtnt," nld I'ncle l'.lien, 'Ms so pm I extremely rare. The extraordinary nlckety, dey'd like to make It agin ill rtarutler may, crlinps, l cited. born taw foli an.vlx-.dto be n policeman." In "ho. at the agij of twelve. had guessing. He nil tin- - mnthf iiiutk-htiiSalty. could read at three; at four be could Salt beds covering mi nrn of forty speak Ijitln, French niul Ccrman; nt quarv mites exist In Nora Scotia. One even he knew Creek mid Hebrew; nt bed alone Is wild to be IM) feet wld eleven lie hud written .. dictionary of and clslity feet 1hi. the Ir.M twn tongues; nt thirteen he was Keiillng contribution to the various learned sislrtles, etc. Ili.ally. nt Some Pictures. Thanks to modern development In nineteen, on Sept. S, 1740, having art, one can now tell tlie liou.elleM girl I learned i! Hr, nlv nil there ini to xhu Is a "pretty nx a Thai's what much I.e iticO with-o- jknow. ' lying. lends to rotli-iiln- f ", ut wuher made for re-- 1 from fleeces la solution of sulllclent concentration to make the recovery of the xitnh profitable has been designed and Is being tried out hy the htireau of chemistry of th United States Department of Agriculture. It Is said thut the average fleece contains about I per cnt of by weight, hut In the ordinary method of washing wool It comes out In such dilute solution that It dews not pay to recover the salt. About (VaJ,(iCM0 pounds of wool nre secured In the I'nlted States each cent of Mtah jear, and If only .1 Is recovered It would amount to pounds of act il it I that In fertiliswould he ntalluble for ers. Sii)tf nitrogen Is also recoercd from wool along with the isitash. A small wool coerlng m.uIi "MAPLE DALE" B. L. Fagaly's Handsome Home 100 flCPes-Subdivi- ded AT ABSOLUTE AUCTION ON THE PREMISES t ut xith INOCULATION OF SOY BEANS 1 8 MAKE SPRING We handle all kinds of 1 8 (!) When Sown on Land Not Previously Planted to Crop It Is Advisable to Use Culture. now occurs Inoculation rmlte ceiieriilly throughout much of the urea when soy beans are growsi exteiiklvely. When sown on land which has not been previously planted to thU crop, however, It Is advisable to Inoculate with the proper culture. Inoculation muy Im obtained, elthtr or a pure culture, u through the limited quantity of which can le procured from the t'nlted Stales Department f Agriculture free of charge, or by the ue of Inoculated soli from n rich! where soy bean plants huve previously developed nodules. The soil may be drilled In at the time of seeding. ulng Hi.' firtlllur box, or by thoroughly mixing u gallon of the soil to II bushel of seed. TUESDAY, APEIL .25th AT TEN O'CLOCK A. M. Located on the Uncaster and Crab Orchard turnpike jut ouUide the city limit of the thriviag town of Crab Orchard. Jut n short distance to the noted Crab Orchard Springs with its health giving water; in walking distance of good graded school, etc. This form extends from the Lancaster and Crab Orchard turnpike to the Stanford and Crab Orchard juke. AH lays Fencing extra goad. Well well. About 50 acres in line meadow, blue grass and pasture. watered by four never fulling springs, two good wells, branch, etc. Ptety of fruit upplos, plums, cherries, peaches, pears, grapos, etc. Natural WORK EASIER I I 0 I Farm Implements I and Machinery fjj I u; at the lowest possible prices. rsWunce of eight reums, pantry ami tww porches. IMPROVEMENTS Nice This pretty home is an ideal plaee to live, high awl healthy Nation, grand view, nice approach, beautiful lawn with 110 odd pretty maple tries. Extra good stock and tobacco bam, 50x50, with shed entire length of each side, double cribs and a world of olhur outbuildings. It Looks like HOME, feels like HOME and is HOME. All buildings in 1 Is n real Home. condition. Crab Orchard is n tplcndM business point on the l AN, I!. It., a wonderful health resort and fine eitizctiihip. This personalty consists of Live Stock, Furm Implements, Household (IihmIi, Ktc. two-stor- y A-- Vulcan Plows and 3? W : STRAWBERRIES ALL SUMMER Points There Is nothing to be gained by slaving along in the otd way .when new inventions make farm work easier and more profitable. WIRE FENCE6 inch STAY SPECIAL 68cts Popular Varieties Art Progressiva and Superb Resistant to Leaf.6pot Diseases. .Strawberry plants which will null line to produce strawberries until hard fronts oicur may lie grown in all of the northern I'hltcd Slates and In the slates. The two lending varieties of this tye of straw berry, the progressive and the superb re notable because Ihey are except diseases. tionally resistant lo Anoiher remarkable characteristic of these varieties Is that If their blooms lire killed by frost Ihey mm n flower again. Tt.wifure, In sections subjo't to 'ate spring frosts, which oliin UstM-the crop, these vurletles are I'.irtii uUtrly valuable. United States !i t'liriiuint of Agriculture. n leaf-spoy I! Ill 13 I This is another ABSOLUTE SALE. ThU property has COT TO SELL for whaUvsr it will bring. All interested parties have agreed that it shall go for the HIGH DOLLAR WITHOUT OR LIMIT. There w just one price in our contrnct and that is the HIGH RESERVE, Mr. Fngaly is while through and through, and he is going DOLLAR BID AT AUCTION SALE. to take his medicine like a MAN. Ilruce Kagaly Is built that way. YOU say what it Is worth and he is going to make you a died let the result be as it may. You know conditions are NOW Is the time to Invest your dollars in much boter and getting better and better each clay, the safest .place in the Universe. It won't be long until the Increase m values will bring you a handsome dividend. When this property goes under the HAMMER on TUESDAY, APRIL 25th. at 10:00 A. M., there will be no tuke down to It. It Is going to SELL, mint SELL and has got WHY NOT to SELL for whatever it will bring. Somebody is going to get a real pick-uYOUT POSSESSION AT ONCE. TERMS EASY. For full particulars, see write or phone either the owner, II. L. Fagaly, Crab Orchard, or BY-UIp I Becker & Ballard KENTUCKY. BRYANTSVILLE, COL. J. B. DINWIDDIE ON THE BLOCK. hughes & Mccarty STANFORD, KENTUCKY. The Central Record, Lancaster. Ky., Thursday April 20, 922 1 7 "" 1 SEASON OF 1S22 HORSE-RADIS- H DOES "ROBERT GATEWOOD" 2.05i Champion NOT REPEL ENEMIES Pungent Qualities of Plant Not Discourage Bugs. Do I'acnt 2.02. 3 yr. old pacer on the Grand Circuit In HUH. the fifth heat of a seven heat rare In 2.04 U, and a trial mile In Origin of Pew. The itrlitlii of pew, for the lite of wnrlilT timjr lie irnreil hack to the time of the Norm.iu nntite. In thine ilny the onlliifirjr church-goetat on a RtiMtl, while the lord of the hind enjoyed a hurk when at their devotion t. r thni-li-i;i:i-- d , The fattc tt tnlllon touth of the Kentucky Hlver In public lervlce. Seven point concerning "Robert CntewooJ:" f A successful race Hone. 2nd. A model Individual, fine, with lot of finish. 3rd. An elegantly bred Hone ,and bred In the mott exterme speed lt. lino. 4th. Horse of good sin, and beautiful color. Gth. A Rood Raited, level headed and good mannered Horse. Cth. A first class walking Horn'. 7th. A sure foal getter and a Rood breeder. "Robert Gatewood wa sired by "J. Malcombe Forbes" 2.08 (sire of 19 In the 2.10 list) a half brother to "Peter the Great" 2.07 U (tire of 110 the World' in the 2.10 list) and grand sire of "Peter Manning" 1.57 Champion trotter. (sire of 27 in the J. Malcombe Forbe" was sired by "UlnRcn" 2.00 2.10 list) and sire of "Uhlan" 1.68, the world's champion trotter for eight A 3-l- -l year. Robert Oatewood' Dam it "Annie Fox 2.03 M (dam of 0) by "Nut-hunt- " 2.12 (sire of 59) 2nd. Dam "Annie 11." (Dam of 7) by "Kaulconen a two In one stallion, being a high claw harnets type and Almont." He a No. 1 walking type. hand high, seven years old, a dark bay with two white He is IS hind feet and a star in forehead. He will make the iwrason of 1922 at my stable at $20 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT, with leln retained on colt until season money it paid. Hreed your good mares to this fast young stallion and when the Hell tap the Gatewood't will be there scoring for the word. Will also Mand a good black Jack at $10 to Insure living Colts. Not responsible for accidents. For information apply to 1 3-- 4 Conclusion Oravtly Reached. In Entomologist Report New Jamct wa ptayltiz In the hnck yard. Webvtorm Form of European A III! dog helnnzini to n neighbor Which Also Attacks and In. cnuie Into hit yunl. Jamet trleil re jurtt Turnips and Cabbag. peatiitly to make frlindt with the dux. hut the dug would only hurk nnd snarl br th Unlet niil.i lp.rtm.iil when he limit' uetir. r'lnalljr thii rlilld f AdtrvHur t turned to hit mother ami tuld, "I Hten the (Diligent mill don't think tlmt dug thow tho right iiiulltli-- i of liortennlHi nre not aplrlt." to dltctitiroce lnict In mlilltliiii In (mo otluT h(ntIMami two liiclili'titnl petit preying- - iii"M tliU Smoking In Churcht. plant, etitounoltts of Hie I'nltil The rhiirrliet nn Mutihiittan Itlnnd Htiiti-- t In the tery eiirly dayt were not heat of Agriculture ed, myt Out l.oslr. It It relntel Hint it third xnflrl' enemy, known u lnri-rnitll- i Hie i;urni-iii ii i tirturhinl ttehwnnn (he "liMlf dii'.fii und detcrlhed In ii bulletin of Hint with tHMvy Hull or fur rapt pul' d t Itiillellu Nn. im, ner their tMrt, uih uniirlug mitten," title. Itepnrtmi-nItoth men mid woim-ienrrled tin.Ts Jutt ItMn-d- , The caterpillar, which doet Hie iiml wore them In ihiireh ami the limit detlnictlou. It nt tile hend of tlx futility, when he felt so In ml It lo known nn the purple burked rlllietl, tnxiki-hit pipe urm. im well lit by lit ri'k'illnr Ptt (Prrl tenr-ttartlu- tuf-firlc- t. - rt 1' J YOU WANT TO SEE BEFORE YOU BUY A TOBACCO SETTER. WE HAVE THE AGENCY FOR GARRARD COUNTY. i The Nisco NOAH MARSEE, JR. BRYANTSVILLE, KY. - Bryantivitl Robt. Fox, Lancaster, Ky. Plione I7.U GARRARD COUNTY. Mental Provetttt. Mental hnhlt l I tie jrvat euemr "t roiitrlwutly corn-c- l It the a.il'.n nbcmi.clout inlttd tlmt ifi In the way ami ftir all th- - lnmW It eeint ttt be 4m 'm. tttii nt the iilitiiiclinu mind ..!. h the etin fntl mind of ll.e hurt-- ti f direct llihiklne with res.,nl i" many 'f tir of routine action nx"ii irm ltli every tome tort l rotten. r.t Oood rl, tit liul tot. I Tor Thrte CnpatIona () IUv MtdChtld Birth U Et.ltr By U.lnq Old Idea Punctured. Anothtr Impending Apology. It Isn't true, at fur at our observaWettern Paper- The otllcert of the Yountc Women' club are to he painted tion coet, that women wunt the last and put In commlttlon fur the teuton. word they prefer to keep on talking, IhMton Trantcrlpt. llottoti Trnntcrlpt. Advirc. mh," tal Umm l l rtlt jet' "If ynu want l kt-I- . L'liele HtK'n. "jHt vHtef no Kit ' orcoo9.ti (iriiteituul3iC9..Bin.tS Atuati c. ooiitm sur ntt McROBERTS DRUG STORE Reactions of Turtle to Color. on dry Murine turtlt'i lay their liti... ami a whiu ut the youiustert ere huti bed they make tr.i:tit tor the wa. OuriiHt,. limtltute men III the I try TortiiUUM hoiuht to tlmt the Itillut'iHV tlmt entiled them to the water When a ulieet of red or yellow puN-wut iluci the baby turtle nml the mm. It would turn and Co In iiiiother illrtetlnu; but a blue t drew him toward It no mutter It wut plureil. It would teem, tin ii. to h color, nither tli.ii limtlnet or rnni'll. thill ottnit'tt the youttiitert retehiT OIHW." liuty rl N h' entlHtalflatie tt tint urer a erap oi r of , Dally Thought. Historic Oat. The mind of tome of our atatev On June 2. 1S75. while experiment. Ine on lilt harmonic telesr.ipli. Alexan men. Ilko the pupil of the human eye, the more tho der (iruliam Hell made the dltcovery contract theuiH-lvtlmt led to the construction of tbt tronger tlitht there It thed upon tbtta. Thomas Moore. flrtt telephone. e Secrtt of Ttrror. I , lhyleiil art. Hie inM-t. tiHl It hi inn extt-n- t to are liltt etiml'K if bl I'm" Umm a turn. to mill Iten 1 7h Happen !)tarh. tM-e lend In N white M rii I metitiit e f what at roittcMit nitiM'litiit mind A the avfrtce mm done lltemlly wlif 'i' tlioiii!5 t l ''' 'iv It 'tl far Mil rtrry Hate e retil t.1 of r new tletM ue mhii the mrl'4i of irtir fa illy 'ky In the Uopi of at iiiis tntr tluiant rlaHe w(mi till.)-.Im 'in that thing for ut. !. If hill ;iii,i . Mill tin' iuiii relllt m ' oiiairrt In mir '' ll.ere u'i fulii1' ue s If. a'eil i i'.i Mi p.erty i"Hlln lHr Hortt.Rjdlth tbat Root Showing Vatut of Detp Olgglng for Straight Root This Applltt to All Root VtgcUbltt. - Hk-ii- SAVE MONEY WHEN YOUNG ENJOY IT IN AFTER LIFE' y. Voune men who would unttr the decline of life In com fortable circumstancet should betrn to ave now. The approved modern methol of tarinif is a avins account in the home bank. Thi bank invite young men and younz women to Join its family of sav.ni; depositors. account, and any sum may One dollar opens a savin: be deposited thereafter THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. S. C. DENNY, It name. While fatorltii: hie-rndlh- . It ultn known to Mtturk turnip nnd ratihace, and afli-- r freillni on the lower urfae of the leatet Miinelltnet wt'bt them toKethrr near the ground. When uhuiidunt, it nttuck the utalka eteti down to the root. It wat fltt dltctttereil In Injurious number lu Vlr clnln. near the lltrlct of I'olumbla. to the wiiIit In IWJ, and (HTiilnmil attiickt hate NVw Iwvti liotetl In ltat.m-hlietttYork'. New Jersey, and WIeoti4n. The moth of the Kpeelet It rather a hrlcht ther yellow, with it wlni tpreud of about 1 Inch, liTiillurly pottnl. The art deiHMlted III compact inatti'S eontalnlns from half a dozen to They are a little bristlier tcorv. Krwn than the leaf, nnd iiuh ei'ic U lurroundeil by uii Irretular rill? of yetlou' tNita. Ttie wi'hwonii may be controlled by on arKenlmlt and by , ami more readily on other cropt by fall and sprlns plow I nt atid frei'uent cultltatloti. r Mi.-vlii-r- e , hand-plrklni hurse-radltli- tell the New York ttury to llliiMrute the fear of . .V greut novelltt once went to loiiMilt a fauiout heart .iIhiiu a piln which wa cuuilns him srate mixlety. Itffore b cume the Im tni itMtk occutlou to nsud one of hi ttoriet which dealt with terror of a child In the dark nlsht. The doctor atkiil the novelUt thlt uettlou : "Why did you omit to di'Kcrlbe what It wnt " "Ah." tald the other, the child "tbat Ii my craft. Ttie child tlld not know whut It mw. I would not have the render know, either. The tecret of terror It niytttry." A Tlm- -t din-ate- pliyslclnu Th Palm Crab. The lm cruh. of the Indian ocean, la fa ut for lit ttrenicth. lie Uvea In coconut jrove. where be dlgt holet beneath the trt-e- t and hldet. lis It very fond or coconntt. He leur the hutk from the nut.t, with hit pow-r- f ill cluwt, and utet Hilt hutk to line hit Intl. lie alwiiyt opent the end of the coconut tliut contiilnt the toft Mit, which may Ih luimim-rewith hi claw until nn made. Soiiutlm he helxet it i rlnnly with hit claw that he cim iStih tho nut UkTulnit a rock and hreuk It to piece. Hut the hutk hut to be turn away, threil by tbred. first. ntnn it Announcing DUNN BROS.. NOTED OF METHOD Cnihier. Capitol $50,000. Honor Roll Bank Surplus $50,000. TEST SEEDS BEFORE SOWING Of Big Advantage to Farmer to termine Purity and Germination of Variou Grain. De- Bagpipe on Ancient Coin. you tMal:, my IlasplMt are kho-tt- i on u Human cola Think twr. A I). on, ml It m.hi'I ..i any li.iria o keet; datlliC baeii In . on thlnt.li - uti'lf you Whipping Ended Romance. In my life oe iiThlt liiiuNo Adulteration Possible There. but U yettrt of There are many .nIiI himI lnten'ilns nirntl tthen I t In I'arlt. Sonte of ace. A neUhlMir't Ui) Jtck. atHi I be lt:lil tli win Himhl Mirpntt ll.e Anifriraii tny lot til i'hcIi iilher All wu M'ttlixl be marrb-i- l n that we t.lMjld f the twit-or Ctrl In th Mer mtIIimi frtmi dmir to ami ut trt lHmeke.liic In our rtly the tHllkMMin (a hmi-- . which wn not hmM ilnrlli the door. idaylNi: hit "fan We hail to funilh ottr viilti tied iHUetberl ttul fol tiliiitm-r- . bllllih ft tr boMMi rlr.t. All went on well until lnweil hy hit H.irit of irtnttt. mintim; HiIhk ln liillK.il .t"i tiefore the ib)r our pnri-tinnd A whipping apl Of of II- - T n'tr lt..llMrt, illln, il JiMiri.al. emletl I'l.lc-iis- o our milk. who ue tittiAdvice. tpi-akipi-M- I t M-.- Wbrther the teed It for alo or for hit own uv on the funn, the farmer will tlmt It to hit advantage to tctt bit teed, or hate It tented, for purity und termination. In nuking u purity lett, according to the I'ulted Stntct ivpurtiiii-ti- t of Agriculture, It It to determine the percentage of pun- ttvd. Inert matter tilcb at dirt, cut-toma- Selling Tires. Having been in the wholesale tire business for a number of years, we have decided to discontinue selling at wholesale and sell direct to the consumer and you will note by our price list printed below how great 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 30x3 31x4 32x4 33x4 12 Bt tt l'lx" y t be-fii- fth For Sale Privately THE GARRARD BANK As administrator of the estate of It. II. Tomlinson, deceased, wo otTer for sale privately, the following: THE TOMLINSON HOME ON RICHMONO STREET and foreign chaff, und broken teedt. Including weed and other kludt. A nn in li- - It taken varying In weight from 1 to lit) grumt or more (a tea tpoon for iCie cloven and gniHtc, a tabletiMKin for the grutM-t-, and a considerably larger uimmiit fur cereal gnilnt). depending upon the tlxn of the twd being examliiiil. Kor tho germination test usually two lot on or each urv plui-ii- l of Itti betwtvn blotting paper, canton or audi material, and kept In a room or thaiulier tit u temperature of tW degrttt to M degrtvt P. for II upon the kind to 'JS day i. of need being letted, Hamplet for purity and germination teat limy b tent to the ecd lubont-lorof the I'nlted Stnte Oepilrtment of Agriculture nt Wathlngton, P. I'., or to the nearett brunch m'iiI labor tory of the United State Department of Agriculture ut Wuihlngtou, I. l or to the uearetl brunch teed laboratory located ut Ijifuyetlo, liul. . Columbia, JIo., College Slutlou, Tex,, Corvlll. Oru. and llerkeley, t'allf. HUiall-tivdettiin-iii-y FABRIC $ 6.95 CORD $ TUBES $ 1.46 1.74 2.15 2.20 2.35 2.45 3.25 3.35 3.65 3.95 l. 34x4 32x4Va 33x4 Vz 8.65 11.92 14.25 15.25 16.10 11.80. 19.75 20.30 21.25 23.95 24.90 . . 34x4 s 33x5 35x5 . . . 26.00 . 30.80 . 32.20 . 4.00 DUNN BEOS., Phone 125 Third Street TIRE CO. This is one of the most desirable homes in the city; large lot of PUSHING ROAD CONSTRUCTION one acre ; house of eight rooms, two halls nnd all out buildings Marked Improvamegt In Economic Condition for Highway Build. necessary; also nice small home just across the street from the Ing In United State. very suitable for small family. The property adresidence nnd Kconomlc joining the store of Goodloe and Walker Brothers, In the North- building lu condition for highway all part of Hie United west corner of the public square; also Ave houses ami some Htatet have thowii marked Improvement. Itatlritid facllltlea fir bunvacant lots on Buckeye street. dling roail building material urv much The above property will be sold on reasonable terms and imnroted. Labor condition have aid road beeti at reasonable prices and will be glad to show any of this prop- Tba audi a to number ofbuilding. unemIncrettilng ployed men and the depretslon generty at any time to those interested. Danville, Ky. 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 pleased when tire arrives, return same to us and we will cheerfully refund money and prepay ait cnarges. NAME ADDRESS. i TRUST CO. erally runtime more men to be thrown out of employment, have been favorable to contractor Ut nulling road couitructton. ----- The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday. April 20, 922 1 MBBH si ah v SM m I flr MSB BW I I liB SSB SH SSSflJhw T' I 6 By MABEL PAP.SONS X l i Ahm V rXHK0XHXlOCHXOOOOCMQau.. i n, t McClur fiiMHi' The MKinl rllllitilns Mrs. Hogn In urttiroki li. T1ie clecr Murker" wlio lutd ille su iminy s iiiiil us I us, , Idt-ucv- Big, Full Cut, Floomy and Comfortable They'll last longer, wear better and the strong Triple Stitched Seams are GUARANTEED III Tjlenllle tliul tintnltutl i mini) eutly furnishings, Mler hihI jewelry lilin-ligh- the Weullliy tliut the list register lud for some rruou forgot tu cull i:m ii tl.e Ih'gg. There hiinnotlicr Koine u ! Hint of tlicMt1fll purtlcuhirly Jewelry nnd ji't Mrs. t ilog wus del liil n flinrc of the nioiids ilnhiug In id), iiiornlir.' miii u she poured the mlTes. There's the Joue-e, I'lilness," she oMed, lier many dla mill "It nlth the iimtoerury. nlli't uk If we iiln't got nothing, NEVER TO RIP tie What in ghi ,uo uld will he known, us ilio Inltler enteriHl at tliut iiiotnetil, and If Hun1 wits any In mil- - of wlioiii ool In uut It whs rn ry tho duller. Siin-- H huil ( to llif Hoggs late III HfF, mid while Mr. Hogg win i Im-In- - "Stop right there'" exclaimed Mr. Hogg IrrltUily. "Ain't I done nil I can! Ain't I gone all mir this hou-- e eery nlglit mid opiiii'il the mIihIomsI Why, last night I euu li ft Hit- - front door half oeii, mid did any Ixtrctnr couie In? Hid lie, 1 nk )out No!" h eotitllimil, nuelllie tils own ittestloii. us ursiRiht on Time in tU DRUG STORE LINE. Sc OUR. JEWELRY. We are wide-awak- e lieer 11 parts the country. 'Jt Create Home Market 'decidedof on the local market fa'' ne plan. By Home Advertising He advertised in his county papers I The but place for a breeder of aoTin weekly and daily papers in counties. .More than 300 pure bred live stock to sell hit surplus Is in his home county. It natur-all- y farmers in his county, accompnnied follows that the biggest returns by their sons, attended his first sale from advertising his herd will come conducted under this plan. His surfrom the use of the columns of his plus sold before noon and since that county newspaper. The old adage : time he has had sales almost daily to "Distant pastures look greener," has men who came to his pens to buy created a distorted virion among pure bred boars and gilts. "Seed unplanted in poor soil, repbreeders and has caused many good men to fail in the business. Ship resents waste, a loss, because they your fat pork but sell your surplus produce nothing. Hut when planted farm stock to your neighbors, is the in good ground, properly tended, beroute traveled by thousands of suc- come sturdy, growing, producing plants. The recent government cencessful farmers over the country. "I know a breeder who in the last sus proved a condition of advantage year has created a market for his to the breeders of pure bred live surplus and the demand is so great 'stock, which if utilized will make that he has been unable to sunnlv those engaged in the business hand-- ) Had Llttlt Uce (or Sitter, the wantit of his neighbors," said ome profits, from their herds. Only lieu nlwajs tint wanted u brother, Fred L. Obenchain, Secretary of the about one farm in ten all over the National Spotted Poland China Hcc-or- country has pure bred sires. Adver- but when twins arrived ntid one of a and editor of the Spotted Poland tising your herd in your home county them was a girt, lie exclulmed In a disappointed tone: "I didn't wntit China Journal. "For years this will interest inne out of every ten sister, too. She'll shI ull our fun. The Ywimt. nmm. She'll want to tag us melt folks everybreeder depended wholly upon big ftf vntir tiililibnr sales made to breeders in distant ty newspaper is read by every one of j where we go." d, then.. What would a. "Think of it. manufacturer conclude a'lout his medium of advertising if he could find a publication where ninety per cent of the readers were prospective He would use that purchasers? Why will medium without doubt. not the breeder be as wise as hi brother manufacturer? "The National Spotted Poland China Kccord is urging all breeders to plan a campaign of advertising for their fall sales using newspapers in their own community. The As sociation has provided a department to assist these breeders to conduct such publicity and we believe that the breeder who follows out this plan will establish a home trade which will grow In volume and profit each year. illM euny, Mrs, Hogg was ttrt Ify ""'y wIm-i- i he was -- siiionc thoi prvsOnt." Hut I'liliicus wn ii sHrt and under her eonolniit urge In- - run lu r a pretty gisMl wiiiil la their lmo for mhIiiI retiignltlon. He Mltlllateil hlmelf mIIIi etery club and rrry nxlul uffalr 'Uggesleil, Mini guo liiT rtery hlenstnl thing she wantMl but there; pou-- n moment. Tlien- - Is onp thing In which he had fsllfd. Mr. Hogg tolil hlru. In that hturt tmulillig. solililng way of hers, that tin. Powells and I ten tons had a family tn-4'- . uiiil she didn't have one. he said sooth. "Neer mind, l.uej-,Ingly, "we got iimiiejr flu High lo get a front lawn full of tlietn!" S" jou fet. wns In tint rlgtit dear reader, his place. Away from the ees of Henry, they klM-- l rtltig ut the iloor. In "Cheer Hp, ilear," uld Philips en eouragingly. "we'll he rolitd jet." AnJ l.uey smileil faintly In hos and partly the stw" Mrs. PimHI, aen usveil Ii nas looking on, Phlm-ncane airily as lie entered hi motor fur the snme reasons that l.uey smiled, and he was orT. Arriving at his ottirt he linmeillste-lrang for Ids (.ecretury. "Mr. lingcet,'' nld he, hi his rule little MiniHHif May. "du you know any good 'ortli ellrnlier'l I mean, are you uniualnteil with tiny kimh! rrookl I I that llalnly. nieuii what Phlnens was cnlifueil. Mr. Ihigget dix'su't know jrtf Mhat his emploer lliiilllt. hut he was glad in get out of his night, and for the t t nltout on tip of the day lie tia' Willi a lunlM liundkerrhlef In hi hamt, and a glassy look In his eye. Now, tille ttie Hoggs atued the notoriety of a burglary, let It he known that then- - uus ubotit ?.TU"" Morth of Jewelry, which mbs cnrefully concealed eery night, that they hail no Inten tion of lining. That night, while pre--I ii ring for Jul ut the nioineut that Mrs. Hogg had put all the Jewelry In the cne after a eureful cheeking, a loud crush ouinled through the Iioiim-- . nnd while Ihey hnikeil at each other, first In surprie iiimI then In Joy, that eruoh miis folltmeil hy unother. "A hurgbr! A robber!" Jlr. Hogg slmuteil eiittilllu.tltnlly, niohliig out liitn the hall, Mrs. Hogg cIom- - In his wake. Snapping on the lights In desrtnt. they arrived Imii the seeue at the moment the olliviimn had subdued his prl'iiuT. itulidueil di'u'l convey tlie picture at all; he wus worse than that, und ns he Mood there In the light. It Is no wonder rerognllion was Mr. Hogg was the first to Make to llti taut: and take things kI drug store things. No wonder we grow and keep growing, for we take pride in keeping things moving and moving fast! How about that old clock that is always out of order? Throw it out and get one of our eight day clocks that will be a thing of beauty and a real convenience intyour home. Our jewelry ii the finest grade and made by the most skilled workmen. Come to US for it. up to the minute with our fresh supply of drug and drug store and keep right McRoberts Drug Store lu-c- run LOVELY TAFFETA FROCKS s y 'V Ml WVfl J MMM d Is" n-o- ui-n- lil, THCY LET HIM SLEEP H. T. Straynge. Gainesville, Oa R, R. No. 3, was unable to sleep all night without getting up. "Sometimes only a few minutes alter going to bed. I Seasonal Tips would have to get up, and I tried everything I heard of lor the trouble. Finally I tried Foley Kidney Pills and after taking one bottle I believe I am Ily May 1, it is safe to plant string entirely cured, and I sleep soundly all bean, cantaloupes, sweet corn and night." Foley Kidney Pills tone up ucumbers. The serond planting of weak, sluggish kidneys, rid the body ol poisons, give appetite, energy and such crops as peas, lettuce and rail" refreshing sleep. ishes also may be made about that McROUERTS DRUG STORE time. Hrenlhes then the Momnii with soul so ilend as not ti want u tanrt.i frixk In her suniuier unrdrote1 If such there he, she Is hulled In look at the new illnplny of tafTeln ilnn- or to study the picture n!xie. .She wilt want one ami cannot ss-nher money lo Letter mltuntugv than to buy It. Taffeta froeks are fushlonuhle. In. es'iisvr. beisKiillig. The snine onr will do for afternoon and lufonr.al l plcturetl Is e ruing siir. The etnlM'llliiheil with eiuhroidensl floral motifs. Cucumbers are best planted in hill about four fret apart each way, specialists at the College of Agricul-tur- e say. The soil In these hills .k..l.l 1- .- ik.......UI.. ............ i . . depth of from eight to l'J inches and well ,i fork full of hill rotted manure placed in each and covered with about two Inches of soil. From eight to ten seeds usually are placed in each hill. White Spine or Davis Perfect are good varirtlet. Planting sit to hills uf cantaloupes extends the usefulness of the garden. Kocky Fonl, Netted (Jem J and Tip Top are good varieties. They should be planted In hills much the same as cucumbers. ' Although much ordinary field corn is used for table purposes, many peo ple say there Is no comparison between tho former and the true varieties of sweet corn when flavor is considered, (iolden llantam, Adams ! Karly, Country (ientleman and Kvergreen are tald to be good varieties, Peppertand tomato, plants for &arjy fruit should be ready to place in the garden about .May lt. (loth are set from IK to 21 inches apart In ross that are ii to 10 inches apart. Sto-'wel- l's For Gardeners iil, Mm of Character Build a Battery A MASTERPIECE The Conner Engineers tre ir.cn tthohave designed batteries now enjoying a national reputation men ho ha od- ctcd their entire careers to the dcviloi,i..it of the storage battery industry, ami as a fitting climax have given to the motoring nublica battery that inifiht will x called a ' of Character Batteries, like human twlngs, have characters whether that character la good or bad, depends entirely upon the character of tho builder. THE PLATE IS THE "HEART" OF THE BATTERY. A heavy plate paited t' n3ll an titivc material of "special compoy od sition" is an excluilve feature developed ly thesa men, and is rcipomible for the long pc-iof dcndab!c starttnuiiu-Uing and lif htiut tirvicc that the Cooptr lumry juKJi. guarunlca under which It Is sold. at our stentce station and let us explain to ou In detail tho merits of the COOPKK MATTERY, besides uctiuolmlng'you with tho Call CONN and CONN L IQO hp MM FL Sales nd Service Sttieni Why, It's Henry I". he exrinliiied In uiniizeinent. Ho was right. He wns the butler. It seems that Henry was nut n real burglar nothing like that iilte n duffer at It. In fact. Jt Mas simply a manifestation of his Interest In his He knew how anxious einph)ers. und as It they Mere In Ii' made him mtimis to sleep In a Iioum-tlui- t was open to the world, he had resolved to I lie end the auieuse for both. Mini nothing, you Jut make a iml.r to iiroite the hoUM- lii.lil. Hint done, the eolleetisl urtleles on the ITW would lead lieMho Ixllef llmt the hurglar had been frlghteneil UMuy. llius his i inilo)rrs could hold up their lieiids among the uriMocraey of Tylervllle. Phlneus was u As I mid giHul jNirl, and after Henry had hls. he Mallimol I Mr ed this explanation, his dlnp4illitiiit'Ut nnd gute the watch. ful, waiting patrolman u sign linlkiit. Jug that his MTVliew Mould not le needed further. Mrs. llo'g mk the tlrt to enter their tlmttiher, v lien with a sudden shriek shy fell hack Into Mr. Ilcgg's mull-rotun- nt. SPELLS EMM'S Pcnn's is packed air-tight patented new container in the the quality m M is Gealcd in. Putin's is always fresh.. Btiv Pcnn's the next time. Clean rcsh sweet. AIR-TIGH- T X units. "Oh! Phlneus, e'ti U-- robhid!" she cried. Mrs, Hogg wns right I The rate lt!i Its ?;!.(" roiitents. forgatten In the eiriti n:i lit. wus gone! And, us It pruil, so was Henry! An Hour Is Mesiure. Whul'a jour delliiltlun of on oi tlllllkt? .n Y A mini wlui ran n nllfe the hour of adversity etintcins ot.lr CO N t.t Qfl Ouaranteed by , scliiutts. -4 t " - The Central Record. Lancastei , Ky., Thursday, April 20 922 I INSECT. ENEMIES lor narttnl. n 7 Some of Pests Devour Nearly Every Form of Vegetation rot n. nml iruvlirii-V- . but Ihoyiire svi'-ni- l fiitlrrn. Whlli- - Frill or "truli norm." are the tam.e i young of il btimn May or June Ifieiien, ullh whlili mii't nl'l i urt' fmiilllur. Tho Ktnr in the NmIIi h Ihii a Smith Ihey Mpp-iiConttot-lvr(Tt-'tl-vi r- and altiicl; ihey liil uliid epHially 1 .iisut. wliiu in r in April or iiirller tlf Floors fop Real Service n Isn't thnt the way jilay hard on doors, but here's a lloor tinihli to withstand own that hard usage. It's H ANNA'S LUSTRO-FINISThis superior finihh mm the floor lookinK bright and lustrous all the while. Hard knocks can dent, hut thov never break it. It's elastic and durable and so sticks to its job through every tint. You can apply it yourself. Lust Is also fine for furniture and wood! Thump' Crash Kent-rall- Kane' chil-Urr- Yes. it'rt sh work. Sold by CONN BROTHERS, Lancaster, Ky. Wild Onions Causing of the college dairy department says. "We have found that much of the trouble can be eiinmnated by turning again are causing the cows into the infested paiturea Wild onions many Kentucky dairymen trouble in Immediately after they have been the form of tainted milk, according) milked and then taking them out In to inquiries being received at the. three or four hours and placing them College of Agriculture. The only in a barn lot or clean pasture until known way to handle the problem U they are milked. It I well alto to to take cows out of pastures Infest-I'- d pour the milk over a cooler as thii with the weed aeveral hour be-- f helpi to get nd of tome, of the onion Trouble For Dairymen re milking time, J- J. Hooper, head ordor and flavor." W 0. MONEY W. B. DICKERSON W. 0. RIGNEV Office Phone 18. & CO. Funeral Directors and Embalmers Residence Phone 33. p ploHlng In tin nil.'! tfiHiily for while eruhi. - plowing mid ilerp dlkili; ore MunelliiKu tietfuMry. und tin groiim. liiild ho illttirlt often nnd kept CUTWORMS INJURE TOMATOES run ill t tin' gruh ekait of wrmU le ellmlimiiil. Ilnlnll.ii nf crops luohlltiu tjie are Deadly IMhhIIiis of iMitntoi'H, liect, Mnii't corn. Arsenic and Paris Klii other iropi on land which hn Poisons and Must De Handled for miiiM' tline ill the vtine rn'l a Relation ef With Crtat Car or iii KtrNMrberiira Krae-)- . or wwiln Crops Is Advisable. U iM-nh- lt I'lrttllzerK, e'Clully kiilnll, an a heuy lohdreiig lire of l nifl mu rmartd tr It Anl'ullut- - ) hem-nt- . fl la lime la Mililtil.lf. Hog, Vnm tl.r tntidxiint of tlielr (m If allowed the run of the newly plnw.il ! plalit. Injurious IiikiIx imiy .iinlHi. r Hhi'ti the (rnp U orf. will Knmi'fil rmiElily Inn two i ut iHrre iniinl i rit of cmli. Ininetk' - wblrli Mrr lnli fitiler fowl will pick Up cnihi on liewly rirt. IIiomand onlliinrlly nllnrk Mily n olnclt) ptimrd land. rnn Itulletlll rri' or frn" nf a flnct ;i:i. 'Coiniiioii whiiA SnihTH wln'ti iliey an- - I'Mriinely Wirsworms. alninilniit lliey mny ri'irt lo idlier Wlrewonna. like wblte cruhi, crop or lUampIri an tin' h!h In the ganlen and lire nlnnii:iii Imi'IIih - him) iinpariiciK alo geliernl fcedepi. They lire the miner nnil tin' liirp- lotnnlo norm. iifTVprins if Min'iliik' l.Nile, or In plant Mlilih riiiifllii' llielr "miI-Iiii:,und are of Imi: ovul , of w IiieIi' family. tlni term. known n setn'ml fii'drr lnwt Their lnle uri slmllur to thov ulilrli ii n- - riot pnt'tlniliir mi to their ef the white trill'. They Mttml; mill fiH- -l plants. Sunn of tlii'M1 oftrn do emit Injury to Mitate mid nenrly 'i'ry form of Tei:i'tnlili' lltHt other ptmit heoiine tuhen. iih well irimu'lii tin VHnlrn. Tlii'i Imliul' us to rHrrota, lnetH, mill Mitutin-- , itilnoniM nml ntluT tHterplllnm, and cnliili. Control. The reiiieillen uivled for while urilhk apply nlvi to wltewerin", with due cure III neliHiliig lurid for phiiitlng mid In fall plowlnc nml crop Wlrewiiriim, however, rotation, muili more iliitli-ul- l to rmiirol than white irrulx. Dlister Btttlts. Itlxter heetiitire coiiinioii farm In! mid are ery detnictle to M'fi'lMl.iix, e4i'liilly liean. peaa, o. tut lien, mid IkvIb. They trnel In the mine mnniicr a army worm and tire mitiiellineM "iinny hii'tlet" for thii reaiii. They un- - himcry feeiler and trawl freipieiitly In line", eutltii: evetithini; III their pulh, chewing up apporiiilly more than they heed for foiMl, They are Mender In form, oft hi ill ii I. and cohireil variously. Some nre jierfectly hlnrk, ome lire yellow- Willi hllirlt tlipi, Th Common Wlrtworm A, Adult; B, Larva; C, Last Segments of other are of the , uine color with ome are gray, eternl Hcht trlie-iSame; 0, Pupa All Enlarged. mid o hern nre gray xitti with black, ei-rii- l mid IIimi. llllitrr bertlin are particularly abundform of plnrit-llre- , llirlH, lilinter ant In the Soiilhwent, hut oecur pnio I.ifll.n. Wln-PKTrrent aliumlmit. tlrully eerywhere. tle, mid otlii-rnt illrTerent tlmen, usually nftrr miiiu of ttii'i protii do great dnnmcr. i and ruin- the plnntx have made nhoiit in it larsi grow Hi. ami they coiitimie until late ing enllri' enp ln'fore lliey ran t and Do Immense Damage. Arc You Feeding 1 Grn Enough Whites? About one out of ten poultry raisers feeds a ration properly balanced for The common CCK production. mistake is feeding too much material and failing to feed for whites. Grains alone make lots of yolks but few whites. yolk-makin- trrlint rln!: Hn. 'e o' g PUH1NA iih. Purina Chows Balance Chowder and Purina Hen Chow, fed in equal parts by weight, balance the whiles and yolks by supplying m equal number of each. They make hens lay to the limit of their capacity. Purina Chows Purina Chicken PURINA HCNCMW (sauna rot) ChXKCN CHOWKID Cicxhihj fii-lln- i( St-ond- lit I w r s iri-Hi- I save time and trouble no guess work, no trouble and uncertainty of miiing. Feed both Cbows and keep the egg basket full. nf For Sale by - BECKER & BALLARD, Bryanlsville, Ky Pastures Are Parched Annually In Kentucky but a heavier yield of green feed at less cost and labor from the use of Sudan grass, the dairymen say. will be secured otne-wh- nt - nin-ci- e ap-a- r one-thl- ti'.-i- t. In Toinalipf", Central, Cutworms. M'it MiUtiK. and other the vrry the riioti. oiltet of nttHck arwimte applied at l the het Lancaster, McCreary Bean Acreage to be Increased 300 Per Cent Ki! .ng thr .!. rsnult obtained by farmer in this tection of the ;rirrhjed r added. by Kentucky. farmer in the county, triirk tilnnt. uirllriitarly Im ii tnrliit under Klan, an likely to Im Injureil by rutwonna iliin tranlantel. iniiiil'ern In Tliene appear In en-n- t print; and early nuinmer. tind tin tin Injury la often complete Ix'forp I In aanli'iier liotlrvi It. Tb' rlil'f eterlt)g of the U din- - to tlii tenw of y mine planta nt iilmut of tin' grotiml. Otu; initwonli tlntlc tan dintmy many plnnts In rilcht by cutting oflT more than It can devour. remedy U wtmt Control. Tlif l rulliil "jmioiiiiI Imlt." I'or iim In a numll canlen inVu 1 ixi'k of dry limn. niM I oiiiiivh of uliltn arinl' or I 'aria Kni'ti. und nils thoroughly uith 'J (iillini! of wnti'r In which Iihh Ix'iii Mlrrvd hnlf a bhIIoii of n'lrtlium 11 Ik-- A TAXES HOLD AND HELPS Cold that "hang on" should be gotten rid ef, for no one can stand I the strain o! ricking cough, disturbed Ircp and irritation of throat and State in growing soybean, the acre- lungs. Marie Hciiler. Frccport. III. age of this crop it expected til be writm "I had more or let of a courh increased at lenit Uiree hundred per quit.-- a for year and I have taken numi.fr of medicines. None of rent In MeCrry ewunty thka year, them takes hold and helps like Foley's County Agent V. II. Woodward say. Honey and ""ar" This old. reliable Only SO acre of bean were grown cough nytu' pr. mttly helps coup.ht, whoe-pinr,g,h. In the county lait year, according to colds, croup and Contains no cpUtes. Children like it Already lhi year j Mr, Woodward. S3 bushel of certified ted have been McROBERTS DRUG STORE , ' White Grub or May Beetle C, Larva or Grub; A, Beetle; B, Pupa. 1 or other ehi'Mp ihuIbi"i. 1 huhcl of I'or a Inrgi gHrdi'ii, bran to 1 hiiiiii of tlu iir.'tilrnl mixed remedy. In vine airthiiM of the youthwoM net of men und ho.tn go through Hold driving hivtlrt hefon tbem until they reach wlndrown of hay. Mrnw, or other dry vegetable nml i cr prevloiiMy prcxtri-- l ulong llm leownril Mile of the Held. The windrow l then fired nnd the heetlet hurtled. Plant-LIc- u' . I I fr iwiiin- - T t 1 1 i i , : ' The Ash-Cra- Blister Beetle. Columbia Dry Batteries are unhcrsally used because Tliry cwt.so little, ate so easy to obtain, are so pownlul, and latt so long. That's hy they are uied everywhere for every battery need. It's why dealers all around you carry Columbia to meet electricians, hardware your demands stores, formal stores, auto supply shops, garages, implement dealers. TU M Wl -- . 4J. li ml I mf ftil tin tkttf bilr the Columbia Dry Batteries oik nd Ust. longer fee ' tMt aj kwn fee Iiwimmi U alula rrJdor tunimt fcl ! Fw doorbells, buirers, heat regulators, alarms, etc. for.gas engine and tractor ignition; forquick starting ignition on f startirg Pcrds; for every purnon-scl- ia tlowl, fclUr, bfr pose, always insist upon Columbia. Columbia Biy Batteries with S giilloim of water containing half ti biiIIoii of molnoM'ti. This U enough for muting 4 or .1 acre of cultivated iTopi. After the imiMi ban Mood for cvcriil Imurx, rlltter It ill llimpi the sire of h nimble over the garden where iiImI the Injury Ik beginning to iipH-aabout the I hi "en of the pliint oet out. Apply Inle In Ihe day no iih to place before the poiMiii uhoiil the plant night, which In the lime when cutworm" are iirtlte. Apply u c'oiid or third lime If hcivitr. It la r.ill-nh- e to keep young chll-i- t nil, live Mock, and I'lilcketi away from thlM bull. .'li un ciiltunil iih'IIiikIh uud crop rotulloii on' advlmible. ni lire aluo deep full plowing uud dlMtliig. to prevent recurrence of rulworiii i:xirlcn'ei growerx tiueowii' espert In deteitlng cutworms und remove tlit'iu by ham). Thin olteu can be done with prolit on miihII putiben. White drubs. When new land U ued for Hnt lug M'Kelnhlea, eoperlally laud that ban been In toil or crown up with weeds, while gruhs ure almot to iniike their apraraiicv. notiir-- 1 una In large number, doing great damage to plants from the time they attain any growth until the fruit kf r ter-tul1 I'rHctUnlly till M'geluhli'N eet'liilly riunmlMT. enhhagen, and ihmi. xiinVr iliiimice from uttuck by mmkII. luoct roimnonly "lice" or "aplilii,'' hut better TUeM work for known hi phint-llre- . the iront pan on the lower Mihv of the liimw. Mlileh leiiiiie eurleil or hy lo" of their otherwtiie detro)i-Vital Julcei. They give off a nweel holieydew, which lit mixture tracts until, II let, uud other Iiimh-Ih- . l'luht-lliliiiTiiine with great mphllty by the female giving birth to living )oiing. The dirTerent kimU vary In ..1... iiimii II..,.. ... uiirK 11 iikiii iii nn'r r nearly black, grnylMi, hrowu, yellow and red. They have comparatively long leg and Inivo feelerN uttachiil to the head, Some form have twi (Mint of truiiKpareiit or clear wlno lliey feiil by Mlfkllig Jiilera of the plants through u N'lik. ' Kiimlllur ex amplei ure the melon iipliln, (H'tt uphU, and iiilibugo pluiit-llce- . Control. If the planu are grown pluut-llcmay he killed under by fiiinlgiitloll with a nicotine prepitm-IIimi- . The form kullahlc for thl work U MHikeil In nicotine which when lighted euui-eSpriukllng a xiitiilge phmti with line I ol hi cio ilutt U of lnll) If iippll.M early oiiie value. In the morning when the dew I on. cuf-tilenii Kentucky has a drouth practically COUGHS AND COLDS every year, according? to livestock often leads to nun at the CoHcri; of Agriculture here. In some season, the lack of rainfall is felt for a few weeks only Don't trifle with either a cough or while in other years, it continues for cold on the chest. LUNCAIIDIA is month. In practically all cam.-- , the recognized today as the greatest lack of rain during; the rummer is remedy ever offered for the relief of such conditions. Its action is swift sutTicicnt to parch pastures in the and certain, good for any kind of ' damage cough nnd bronchial trouble. Once State, the most eriou utunlly coming: in August, it is said. !urd you will never accept a subDairymen sutler mint heavily from stitute. It i free from opiates and The best drugthe dry seasons, the parched pas- safe tor children. to Coast and gists from Coast ture resulting; in decreased milk and 'recommend LUXGAIWIA. Huy a buttvrfat production, the livestock bottle today and put it squarely to the test, COc and S 1.20 bottle. men say. I Hy means of a number of experiMcROBERTS DRUG STORE. ments which have been conducted, J the college has found that Sudan igra.n mukt' a good crop to furnish 'Legumes Gain green feed for dairy cows during the summer drouths, ncordntg to J. J. Among Hooper, head of the dairy departLegume crop ore coming to ocment. Six acre. of It will be seeded cupy a more important place in the thii spring, he said. From 20 tcf 30 crop rotation of Laure County farmbe pounds of seed nn ncre will ers, County Agent J. W. Jonca say. May or early June, broadcasted in one community more than 208 the chief requirement being a well In acres of sweet clover already have prepared seed bed of warm roil. been added and plans are under way The seed also muy be drilled. for seeding 30 acre of alfalfa. The On the college farm, Sudan graM community also will have more than seoded in May ha yielded a much 75 acres of soybeans and us five tens of green feed an acre in summer, Mr. Jones add-hearly August while a second cutting for hay this i possible about the middle of Sep. tember. The grass is cut with a In a S'c-x- m. mower and hauled to the cows, each have the w iolo v M ailes pulled Don't animal receiving about 5 pounds of up to let In the glaring aim ; pull tbem gras daily. Itreen down at huM half wny. StliiMdne la r (ireen corn also can be used for bcnel'i ml. but Milulng In a sick It la tiene rucking. feed dur.ng the druuth seasons son im PNEUMONIA m-1- j Favor Larue Farmers J caw-pea- 1. I I ARE YOUR CHILDREN EXTRAVAGANT? To allow a child to become exirjiVajram, no matter how well-oi- r the parents may be, is to seriously Interfere with the development of its character. gl". e Extravagance breeds idleness and a lack of appreciation of values. A pampored and child cbh -- ever really experience those joys and birthright of childhood. plecsurfs .' over-indulged kit 2 cit SOY BEAN IN CROP ROTATION Cash Value of Seed It Sufficient to Warrant Growing Btans at On cf Main Crops. The ty I -- hi i rotation. The I'lilted .Statin ment of Agriculture a)a It l ly iMiy he combined In iiiuny )lcm of crop 4 PER CENT ON TIME AND SAVINGS S. joUpl.il In Miort rotation, tut or pun i ell licr an eiiiue mum'Ii following M'lne grain crop. The euMi villUO of Ihe eed U kulllclellt to eueouruge growng the hernm nn one of 'be main crop. When Ihe whole Mason U thll devoted lo oy heuna, Ihey take any place In a rotation- - ynrr where lorn can I umi!, .i-- The Garrard Bank & Trust Co LANCASTER, KY. We sell travelers Cheques, which nre good in the United States and all foreign countries. wmBPSEM nnrwa The'Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday. April 20, 1922 Disagree on Derivation. Homo rather r Ixlns given ns to th explanations Better Sires For Sale "BRED IN OLD KENTUCKY" The sire Is the better half of the herd and the Pure BRED Is a paying, investment. 12 BIG RUGGED POLAND CHINA BOARS FOR the Kngllth term "so loti!" uttered when parting. The "Dictionary of Patting Kngllah of the Victorian lira" naya It a corruption nf the Jewish word "sflah. utiMl In the Whltechapel dltrlrt of l.otidoii at a form of good-tiK'pmtly curium I the statement tlmt It mny he u form of "salnim," the) 1 y derivation nf STOCBC TICK Work ERADICATION IN LIVE t WALKING VERDICT ej'icrii snlutntlou of pear. SOUTH SALE AT A PRICE TO MOVE THEM QUICK. Watch this corner every week for bargains in all kinds Pure Bred Stock. Stock Farms. Dixie BROS, it J. M. AMON, PROP. SANDERS LANCASTER, KY. A Trying Week. The Face of tin to rth when I smile tlu'y repnrl Sw Vwfc Hfrnl ' Motha and Mimicry. large qunrrle In Argentina It hut been observed that u certain of nlght rilnc motha frcUents these places during the diiy to rest. The moth lie lint agulnt the rocks, which they luatrh perfectly In color, and nre prnrtlcutly Invisible. This It peculiar hy niiou of the fact that the quarries roiitulii a ctdored stone which I unknown elacwhere, ami the further fnct that It I hot than a hundred )nrs nine the tpinr-tic- s were iciied. S. AnierUun. In knim In Oeorgla Where There Been Co operation. Ha, Progretted Satisfactorily 'lias ti.pttlm.fil tcar n me, carta-ema- Explaining One Problem. mo' Jml Tmikln Mi some f ero problem art- - due to tin1 fact that many chefs mid not there are ton enough hlrtd girls. Who Called Her a Patient: York uiHimn horetvldpied AN her dentist hecuus Mie illil ihh USe the work lit did for her A (wtlfiit out llf p.ltletlf US It Wr. Ideal Combination Mh cif tli girl Monk 'hey would rather liavp Rood liu'nind thnn rich wh liii' thry run'' chIg men shouldn't riillluito the liuldt. Dye YontOM Straw IW Costs Little and Easily Done With Cnlteil .State Department of AgricuDuring June. HI lture dlpidug nf cattle were otnclnlly aupervUed In the ttate, and In the rmmtlet eiM-ctcto he releael from iUaruntltie only HckdnfeHleil herdt were found. With the eireptlon of one county, Tnjlor, there hut hern hearty in cnrr)liig on the tick etadlca tlon work. The romuiUalouera' court of Taylor count v eliieit In .'M cn-m- We will ofTer this season the service of my fine saddle stallion WALK'lick eradication haa (irogreixed entltfactorlly In tleorgla tlmt pnitmhly ING VERDICT, at my place one mile South of Huckeye on the Uncus Pfleeii or more count let will mxui he releatetl from feilrrnl ipiarantlne. nnd Huckeye pike, at to n reHrl Jtiat latued hy the l'nll.. trrr.l br lt Aerltallatttmt $10.00 - To Insure A Living Colt. Walking- Verdict Ii a Natural Walker and has proven hlmvlf a tjsWti and a more extensM did breeder. He It by the noted htirse VERDICT pedigree can be seen at my pktc". At the same time and place will stand a Number One ijood Jack, ciMip-I'nitlo- ii on, Money-uuikln- NUHAT DYE i r CHIEF NAPOLEON AT $10.00 TO INSURE A LIVING 1 TOAL. Where Texas Draw, the LJne. I'cr iinllv we chilHi that wnmeti have u right o smoke if they vnnt to,'' hut ue would hat to liHi.tife pic w ith n Hi In her mouth, ' nwkl (.iilicstnn Ne 11 Care taken to prevent accident but will net lie occur. repnele should in T. O. Hill HUCKEYE. and T. C. Jenkins KENTUCKY. . Missouri WisJom. When n tnnn's wife .itk Mm a In a voire tlmt revel fl .hi a high key h knows that she kiH tti answer without lil replying. Mexico que-tln- n Sakea Alive! "I'm Kind I nwd Dlrkent," remarked 1m' hut given the cnutlc liidy. "1hh-jii- o u ho mnny vIIIhIiiimi clmnii'ter to whom c oin omipare piple w dl- like." ltoHton TrMiicrtit. Hovtrever, U'Jien Hardly. Love laughs it hi'komlth. hut not when a man I Julie I f.ir the tump-iyturnt of allmoiiv. j klln'lt p'lnl We B,t ftrrepteli a ttii t II - Ret.nt Supplied. tiiclre If we will reele for frapped t4'h. v ticket, rarelj tl.-aie- r ra (mmcIi Ucil Dmilwtiontnent. r g..i ;i' n .. : I um ery ulib b n....iilM.rV hoy, tlirit yur W) fet.i..r , i.o4Knel 1 on v.tM. loy tut la'l - .jl.i n;e .1 Village Cf.i. which I hi.wn. "Talk nlMiut htn" twnlnd the Mines!" ulr of skin; h wnt .tiei. u ; ijiiS ,i anortiil Joth. n V i. knUht er itiHUi my tip'lier I eiiiHc over cent thlrt he hint Wiit" 'he viliHM-- . lie l.-i- l lage lor, "lid, iiIih. sinkN I wny Miui hliu in nut o' date, and u ti.iis more the newt. theoi oer. th: mi.I t m hr'ther. the) The) ur hi iHir pnier It wii.h dune up tu l twu ynirt "Are ' Tt'U ciole.! old and uln't wutti rcadm'." Auicrlcoti en.MUli for an W ,' .nil iuj tirt lot ulTNir Kvei. ii line. Iglou. Typographical Error, I "Tin? bride wti gowned In white latv. Thf hrldemnM' gown were punk. Tli whole nrf.ir sebem of the Carl u definitions punk" York paper. I'rohubly th hctde.jr.MHn v.ut Vhn I wh nwrh lu also In tlx punk ! itKidHliw. 't lik a girl rti a .lie nlwHy tllti. itjr ehln up and nt It tldewnv ami the man who tllke ii tUHlhle It Imi slow to lend .1 funeral tr"vlwi. out Men Do. er in n maa'a Tick Infested Kuhat Vr romn In fourtn !lffrM ralur h pmtVtg lth fiirwilon, on far mlilna, to thil lnxt nr hd itnlrnl may b obtAlrw.1. It ii o tlmpU lo uh that rn chlkl rta applr II aivl It will look fmh paiillxty mV uM atraw Na milt.r haw tolM an-- l and iww, taijnl rmr oU atraw hat. Nuhat Vjt will it It a Inutlful flnlih and makt It a knrrlr thU rMra trratlon. Nuhat color lrproof. mrr U art (wrmanmt. It wont track, tri" aott and flUU tad or run. Alwan rati for Nuhat ami W ar rou ret It- - Anr druaeltt or department ator wij ahow yvu the fourteen color Nuhat Color Card, tf ruur dealer cannot aupplr you. order ilireet from ua. I'rice. 2i. U V. ChrUtaan Kute rulor dealrrd. Coapanf, Jackaon. Tenn. Cattl. .w nt with the state for the enforcement of dipping and ipiunintlne regulation, li hu n- w being closed to tlcky rattlefollowing u resolution recentl) pasted by the Maryland state Imard of agriculture, prohibiting the shipment of tlcky cattle Into the stale Tor any purpose, the Department of Agriculture hat Istued a notice to bureau nf animal Industry s tu the effect that shipments of cuttle from quarantined areaa rnn-no- t he received nt the Union stock yards, Haltlmore, Md, : the J. A While, field Co.. Frederick. Md.; Hi Hemilng Union stock yard. District of Col cm his, and the I'arollna Parking Co, Wilmington, N. O. Innlx-ctor- Thlt regulation Iota heu of great In facllltntitu: duty It Is work. Itange riders, who tu pick up any cattle not marked with paint, nr cmployi-- In ench count) Undipped rattle nre taken to the dipping vat and dlpwd at the el peine of thine" the owner, or If the owner cannot he found, they are treated as strays and Part to Keep on Going. e sold for the incurred In their IJfs like u rur. To win yoti tatltt gatherlug and dipping. To this sys- keefi .ax giving. Tk fellow who hk SEASON DUE IF MARE IS tem, the DeiMirtmetit of Agriculture at- r.rouHtl ubut the grnmNlalid h tributes the satisfactory results In rid- think. I going to aluw- up enough to ding the state of ticks. In fart. It It give lilm n i lmhif to se others go by. TRADED OR PARTED WITH. tliero are fewer undipped rattle It's the feeling that Ihaplr CU lu lleorgts, In counties In which tick word. Whll the rat I often t th eradication la helug rarrletl on. than swift It' Jot n often to th lu any other state Mlow who ke..i on going. Ile't 'Itie Importunie of freeing the South IiimiimI to win who I'li't a (Tittle I by lit of tlcka la emphasltetl hy the Increase rmtng of h or regulated PAINT LICK, KY., In the number of markets which are by th smiles of friend. You've a d uud haa refused to complete the work of tick eradication in hrrilt, on preml set and In locallttc held under local luaraiitlne nt the time the federal quarantine was retnked In IWemher. Ur.ll, Kor this renau It ha heeti liev cstury to rniuaruiitllie Taylor county There Is III effect III Oeorg.a H state regulation which protldrt that all rattle going through the dipping vat shall he market with paint nt each dipping Business First, as It Were. Th wurld I sti lull of folk that ynu hat to dig to etrel There' lod ihmcsi hop fur the chsp that wants H eery oilier rnrner There's to r- too nioeli to l t ink the ret cur before vra r)ltv Heed It It n hnldt that mf petttrHttt where p.nit ought SlNg pi get tip If til ej'll hrtte to rineh the III th world ! ceing " top . tint gt the i - It... "aiiii -p' and hear abtHJt It lt WALKING FAT THIS NOTED STALLION WILL MAKE l. tllt tf Worry J Factor In Disease. I penlstl'lr true that Htole peojil are nr weakened hy I he (enr Ih of II Ikes hi the dleite the tietli .n of h meilh-n- l Wttrry I a ent ,rf ih Umatnii 'IliH.- grav fs tor lu Tti niiwer K of dtoit feor dlease- - wild don't wurrv I't.r If one doe IHt fenr dlaefto Mrtd teiMHi not worry, he stand a fnr haHler rhnrnv of avtidllng nlid overeMKlng aliments than If h !" Utll lhoe Hel nnd dehllltatlug It THE SEASON ON rripld trr'nd tef AT OUR PLACE, ONE MILE WEST OF PAINT LICK, LANCASTER PIKE, AT din $20.00 to Insure a Living Colt. ei-ns- - Jt Cornett Bros. (.VJa-Gt.- work to do, keep going. ) Route No. 2. Stallions In Service 1922 All foal. show ring1 ami Peavine 4092 of 101 an at fSt).0) at my barn on to Intare a ImntC ALL PEAVINE 4092 will make the Lexington pike, three miles from Danville, Ky., fleManf I r, 40.Araowr HORSE MUST HAVE EXERCISE tr I To Maintain Normal Health Be Kept Ce.d Tif oa SlaaJacJ Eajuipoaaat and Strength He Should Outside During Winter. i will Studebaker LIGHT-SIto every buyer who wants car that will be satisfactory in performance, appearance, come fort and endurance. And in addition to its recognized superiority in these essentials, the LIGHT-SIcarries refinements found only on more expensive cars. is equipped with cowl The LIGHT-SIventilator operated from the instrument board; cowl parking lights; inside and outside door handles and large s rectangular window in rear f transmission curtain. A lock, which reduces the rate of insurowners 15 to 20 ance to LIGHT-SIper cent, and cord tires are also standard equipment. Long. springs in in front) and soft, gen rear; r.E a low-price- X d X X plate-glas- thief-proo- X semi-elipti- c (50-inc- h 36-inc- h uine leather upholstered cushions, nine inches deep, provide unusual comfort. Its' motor delivers ample power for the hard pull. And vibration is practically eliminated by Studebaker's method of machining the crankshaft and connecting rods. The intrinsic value of the LIGHT-SIis unmatched at anywhere near the price because Sludcbaker docs not skimp on materials or workmanship but uses the best. It is built complete in the most modern and complete automobile plant in tho world, making possible its low price of $1045, f. o. b. factory. Studebaker has been building quality vehicles and selling them at fair prices for nearly of a century and is the largest builder of cars in the world. X The horse rannt maintain Ida normal health uud strength unlets he secures ubout the same amount of as he would obtain In traveling from Ore to six mile a day. To obtain thta he should he kept outside ns much as possible during the winter months and he houted In u cool, well entllatrd ham, properly bedded. MARKETING SURPLUS GRAINS Many Farmtra Tempted to Use Supply of Feed for the Purpose of Prorfuelnn Baaf. Cheap feed und relatively low price for feeders are templing many to lurit Niirplus roughuge und feed Into beef. three-quarte- rs er This rourse offers one of the most attractive ways of marketing rertaln grains and coarse feeds. It Is Important that one buys Ids feeders at u reasonably You made reutotiei for MisMelf, tsoth in the This National Show Hone at a sire. SIRED II Y REX PEAVINE 1790. a r ham pie skstw terse and an un equaled champion sire, From him we have euch champions as Bdnn May, (sklen Clow. Jack Straw, Queen O the May, Star I'eavtne, ami many Oliver). Daisy 2nd, by I'eavine 81. Hy Hex McDonald 33, the undisputed oKampten show GRAND SIRE REX McDONALD horse and sire. First Dam Lucy Wells 0101, by I'eavine 86. A great brood mare by the world's greatest brood mure wro I'eavine. Ills daughters have produced k'veh champions as Lou Chief, Cleopatra, the Frenchman, Edna May, llarthvnia McChord, and dozen of others. is a sure foundation. A mare by All I'rnvine Seror.d Dam, daughter of Harris Denmark. Third Dam, daughter of John Oicly. If you want to breed to a stallion whose produce commands the highest market price, breed to AH I'eavine iOO'2. The price for which hi colu have mild nre ns open ns a book. They being sold at public auctions along-witother colts the I'eavines have topped the market. Ilrccding saddle horses of the highest type is no longer guess work (like beget. like) and takes champion to produce champions. Here you have them all in this pedigree, Hex McDonald, Hex I'eavine and a double infusion of the champion brood maru sire I'eavine (All i'eavine 4092) will breed true to hi. family inheritance of championship blood. All I'eavinu 4092 Is 15. hand high and weighs 1,200 pound. hi Julian Peavine JULIAN PEAVINE is a chestnut sorrel with a beautiful silvery flaxen mane and tail, stand 151 hands high; has plenty of style and Anlsh. If you are looking for something real fancy to breed to, don't fall to see him. JULIAN PEAVINE will make the season of 1022 at above placu at 110.00 to Insure a living foal. Season become. due when mare is traded or parted with or bred to other stock. Most careful attention of all stock sent to my care, but not lesponsibte should accidents occur. A lien retained on colts till season Is paid. Pasture for mares from a distance furnished at reasonable rates, but same mutt be paid before stock Is removed. low figure. Tomnng, v $1045 RoaJittr, $1045; St dan, S1750. Alt price f. o. Cop-RmdtU- r, $1375 b. factory, Cardwell & Arnold Danville, Kentucky. centa tu $1 a head If you do not dock your lambs. Do the work when the luniba ar a few days old; und castrate the lambs at the same time. Qraslng for Hogs. aurceaslon of pasture crops for hog will be nereatary on many farms If hoga are tu be raised economically. A Prevent Loss In Lambs. will take u loss of from I Bull Is Mainspring. When all l said and done, the bull U tha mainspring of success or failure). J. UNDERWOOD PHONE SMS. DANVILLE. KY. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, April 20 1922. COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF LAND OAHRARD G. It. 1 COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF LAND OUT. GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. Plaintiff, Robert Long, Vi. C&1H Dettie D. Ilaltcw, t al, Defendant. Pursttnnt to a judgment rendered at the March Term, 1022, the underwill tell nt signed Commissioner public auction to the highest and best bidder, at the Court Route Door, in Lancaster, Kentucky, at 1 1 o'clock, . A. M., or thereabout, on MONDAY, APRIL 24th., 1022, the real estate mentioned In the pleading and described a follows: A certain house and lot In Lancaster, Garrard County, Ky., on the North tide of Richmond Street, and Reglnnlng or bounded as follows: bounded on the North by Creamery and Ice Plant Lot: on the East by the lot, formerly Mr. Mnlindn Cotton, on the South by Richmond Street, n the West by A. II. Ilastin, now Creech, and the lot front on Richmond Street sixty-thre- e feet: beginning at the S. W. corner of the Mrs. Malinda Cotton lot and running West to the corner of said Itnstin; thence North from the middle of the street opposite laid corner of A. II. Bastin nnd along the divition fence to the corner post nt the Creamery nnd Ice Plant lot, a dNtance of 225 feet: thence from said corner pott running East along and with division fence between taid lot and Crcnmcry and Ire Plant lot to another corner, fence pot, nnd , being the corner post between tniil lot and the said Cotton lot, a distance of sixty feet, thence running South with the division fence along taid Cotton line to the middle of Richmond Stret, n distance of 240 feet to the beginning. Heing the same house and lot conveyed tp laid Ret-ti- e D.Ballew and C. S. RaHew by deed dated Sept. 14, 1020, from Robert CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK THE BANK THAT ALWAYS TREATS YOU RIGHT. EDITORIAL, Booster DID YOU EVER STOP AND THINK, FRIENDS, WHAT A GRAND THING THE LANCASTER SPIRIT IS? How contagious it is and how proud we are of our city 7 Do you realize if wo would hack up thi Pride by our Loyalty that we could be just twice as proud when we jrot through? AND THAT IS WHAT WE SHOULD ALL DO. If Jack, the little scamp, has worn out those shoes you bought him we aro KoitiK to surest that you buy your next pair in Lancaster. If you are contemplating building or improving, SECURE YOUR MATERIALS in Lancaster AND CONTRACT LANCASTER LABOR. If you are not confining all your purchases to this city, START TODAY. Try this awhile and see how good it feels to look yourself in the glass each morning and be able to say, "Howdy, Old Rooster!" To tell you the truth, friends, if you could buy merchandise at fiOc on the dollar away from Lancaster you still cannot afford either as a property owner or as a working porson to REMOVE THAT fiOc JOSEPH'S EXCLUSIVE LADIES FITTERS ONE PRICE OUR and QUALITY CIP.CU1T Harnett, Defendants. Purtuant tn n judgment rendered at the March Term, 1022, the undersigned Clmmltiioncr will fell at pub-H- e auction to the hlghttt and best bidder, on the prrmltet In Carrard County, Kentucky, at 10 o'clock, A. M., or or thereabout, on 1922, Uth., FRIDAY, AI'KII- the real estate mentioned In the pleading and described at follow: In Garrard County, Ky., on the Lancater and Lexington pike. In the center of Lexington and Lancatcr pike, corner to Hen Roblnron; thence with Robinton' line pout; W. I7.U0 chain to 8. E. 1H.1& chain to a thence N. 89 G. C. poit corner tn Roblnton and in Walker' line: thence with Walker's Iloy Mobrrley, nl, V. COl'RT Plaintiff, tt MOTTO. C. K. ENGLE GROCERIES EVERYTHING KINNAIRD BROS. Dcaleri in . 7i, AND NOTIONS. DODGE BROTHERS MOTOR CARS, GOODYEAR TIRES, pot, corner to Manuel: thence N. bH. K. 2.72 chain to a stake in Manuel' line, corner to Maion Pollard; and on the Kat ide of a branch", thence with Pollard' line. S. 36. W. l.ni) chain to a black walnut; thence S. 12 W. 1.50 chain to a honey locust; corner; and Hamilton' I'ollard' thence with Hamilton' line N. bf, W. 8. J a chain to a white oak; thence N. 87, W. 16.41 chain to a itone in Hamilton' line, a corner to Luca Shcrrow; thence with Sherrow'n line, N. 0U. E. 7.00 ehain to a pott on North tide of a drain; thence N. 24, E. 3 chain. X. 29, W. 2.05 chain to a pit with wild cherry pointer; N. 2, V. 5.r,2 chalnt to n pot, N. 19,. K. 12.S9 chain to n wild cherr', nbeut 15 feet from a concrete pool, K. 12.95 chain N. 7 to a po.t. N. h2, W. chain to a Hone at the fence on Wert tide of the County read, corner to Sherrnw; thence with fence along the Vet side of aid road. X. 13, K. .1.24 chalnt. X. 11 W. ( 40 chain to South gate pot. X- 8, K. 10 25 chain to center of Lexington pike: thence with center of pike S 40, E. 7.50 chain, 8. 07 12, E. 8.70 chalnt to the containing 120.42 acre. nlf it to The purpM- - f tab! aatitfy the judgment for $ll,G50.9b with interest from January 1, 1921. until paid, and the estimated east of tin action, amounting t abaut 100. for which the plaintiff ha a lien igaintt Mid land. W. 2J.H6 line S. W. 17.40 chain to a 2, ehaln, THE BEST. S. 15, TUBES, ACCESSORIES J. F. HOLTZCLAW HOUSE FURNISHINGS R. H. BATSON'S CASH STORE CLOTHING, SHOES AND GENTS FURNISHINGS. FROM THE COMMUNITY. 'Everything For The Home." When you do, you are knocking the prop from under your own property value, undermining the financial structure that form our Industrial existence and thux remove from the working heme of our community JUST THAT MUCH SUSTEX-AXCCOMFORT AXI) HAPPIXESS. WE WAXT TO IIL'RX THIS IX DEEP. You cannot meat-ur- e money saving against the tearing-dowproccti that involve the community from whence it comes. THERE-POR- E KEEP YOUR MOXEY AT HOME HY SPENDING IT AT HOME. n 96 J. E. DICKERSON AND SON LADIES FRANCIS-SMIT- H MILLINERY AND NOTIONS. - OUTFITTERS WHERE THE THOUSANDS SHOP. And to make time ged, property values high and employment fer all let normal butlnet tranaction prevail without doubt or mwgiving. RUY WHAT YOU NEED FREELY. Money put in circulation comes back in wages, crop receipts, Investment and in PROSPERITY. HOARDING DOLLARS IS A GAME WE SHOULD ALL DISCOURAGE. Spending them feellshly it another matter. Rut purchating the requirement ef living, indulging in reason- Our Stock kept alive and Our prices are right. Our aim it to fill your wants. is e. Public Square Phone 184. The purpoe of said sale is to satisfy the debt of $0,500.00 with interest at tlx per cent rer annum from January 1. 1021, until paid, due to Robert Long, and the sum of $095.08 with Interest nt ix per cent from June 1, 1921, and the sum of $72.70. with Interest at six per cent from Jan. 1, 1922, due A. D. Joseph, mid the estimated cost of this to about $150.00 action-amounti- Long. bend with approved security for the purchase price, payable to W. 11. Brown, Master CommlMloner, due in fix and twelve month respectively, with interett at ix per cent per annum from date until paid, hav. ing the force and effect of a judgment upon which execution may and a lien will be retained upon the land until the purchase money e, TERMS. The tale will be made on a credit of six and twelve month, and the e nerrhater will be required ta exe-rul- F. B. MARKSBURY AND COMPANY Don't knocKk. EAT MORE et BREAD when you enn Gcorno Washington Hour made selected soft winter from wheat unexcelled for line cakes, biscuits and pastry. able amutement and sane invettment SPELLS PROGRESS AND FINANCIAL SUCCESS FOR ALL. "Setting Tight" is a pastime of the Doubter who contributes nothing to the prosperous conditions which can be made to always prevail. HARD TIMES EXIST MOST IN THE MINDS OF PESSI-MISTTake yourtelf from thi clan. Wear the smile of optimism, thew commercial courage and faith AND KEEP Ry i doing we will have ROOSTING FOR LANCASTER. Civic Success, Personal Success and a City to be proud of. HOTEL KENGARLAN Mr. A. F. Fandert, Manager. Groceries, Clears, 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 montht, nnd the purchaser will be required to execute i pan!. W. H. Drawn. Matter Garrard Circuit PUT. bonds with approved security, for the purchate price, payable to W. II. Brown, Master Commissioner, due in six and twelve months respectively, with interett at tlx per cent per annum from dnte until paid, having the force and effect of a judgment upon which execution may issue, and n lien will be retained upon the prop-crt- y until the purchase money is paid. W. H. Brown, Matter Commissioner of Garrard Circuit Court, G. C. Walker, Att'y. for PUT. er Rcb.nson Attome Court. A KautTman, llcfi it.wth for Only Thought, rr iiut it.. Minn of a large On (),. nlu Rtsd it I ii- m m-'- State Ocfat'cn. i ' n.iinHir for jH ' din-er- r til.ifc''it the Commissioner's Sale of Land i.ARKARlt CIRCUIT COURT. S HetH. Plaintiff, in) Cub Slit ol Pennsylvania, alwul equal to Tl.e area W Ctla liat of tlw Mute f iti1a. . rnt ail ww liiiiutl i the mlniMri "tvility pn.) r lime )Ou) - ' ,. rrtuHiiK i liH-fl- llislns Dally Nccdl Consumption. The world iim up mi merufe of needlec n lny. Ovcrworklns a Hobby. Itlillng a hoMiy l all rlk'lit. but some fellous Mem lo forset Ihat the l'et ol ImrsHH ii'ui Iimv a test now uml then. Friends Green Clay Walker Commissioner's Sale of Land tLaw And Real Estate I , Money to loan on farms. Liat your farm for inle; priv- J. Bvtaii'ewtd Each Other. A ifrll; f rnnsl harl-- I' rrati Semetlmc. "1 the etui if a A rs.nrt a huMiu t th.- iMiiitjr man has alMMU tlie V WI. .'! iii it Myti-Uefoneutsits. tt iiH fwer tltv hatMtootfie man. llottun tlteBih wa (' tu tt al. The erah tu.il eshlmliy t um Pursuant to a judgment rcadprtnl Tramertiit. liy tin- oyH i. ' .l "iiiuiN It prixeil at 'he March Term, 1932, Ike anttm tnwh fur tin' uKif. as IUmi' nas il. rigne I Cimmivner wilt toll at Akttnt Crflnrd. t4t wttuN It uui pul ic auction tn the hirhvt I. !.. a HilHt llfrN feat im Hfier in thi' Wt la a HMifnr'ntfc nt.ier. at the Court Hetiee wmti ertwjattH.k. s Iiin.at'rr. Kentucky, at 11 o'clock a eatMtl - M T't A M , i.r thereabouts, en Normandy Scavsced. APRIL 24th., Mt'NPAY. Tin- - .VeriNuiHlj farBM tlw-Siif jttitt Treubta. 1st mtintioftod the .r nr- - itrb eHl tiwillw. t'e real estate Adv. TV) are null! an a fellow: I and iletrrilstd I raoing llial o t hoi wn. tllM ml feti with tke MtiMi-.t- i Ht MM" Ii liarrard County, KentMky. on trr all l!w "' Nl 'I. TtntwftK. l vhi Hp m the 1m riv Urvnt rurtH, j Kt tnper near tke water of th. tlrttwtt by stunlt .Vnrtuawl) ImfK's. and beundod by the l aa! rt4 - wUb iIh4t IiiU tif t.w Cumnurl Hi lan.is ,.f ( lark and etkvr land of t..iHil. nh.ili iwtki' a Jcik1IiI !, u an i contain about 10 Wrr. m in i tin' farnts. a Vi'U ami I" or "Ywi itriuiiK and in two tract, bounded a MferthtT i f 'low i it riiMeeet u up. ukI me ' Tract 'o. 1 He innbii: at a ttake Wathlngtcn't Popularity. nt rt mad, rnrnr to let No. It; It Motikl lMe surtHrttorl Ititivral Net Flattering. theme with road X. MS. H. It WattiitictoM, tool ho kiMuti Imiw fii. I am wtm)t to eMMnti him! beMtlr po.e '' a stake, corner to lot No. 4; th ore S. HI. E. ULf4 pole te a H ki- kh.mli; mm lullab) nm 1 tmte no turuiilwmttiK.s nete te tiriae oWt hi kihmIIuM m.i i4.. A i blun plwle rn John K. West's line? thifiee with toltv in tuny ii l hum. I nffi rril to whtrh lie mhI, and wUhh whs hiter, West line S. 18.. W. 18.40 pole fin- - a HflehtM.r's cliHil urtxrniMiti. of l'ro4lvnt Andrew to a take, eornr tw let No. 2, taw net Tlie child rinv tlrcl and asked we to In the X. ;it;, v. 57.p B4lw te the hewn-ninroek Imt utirf stng. I 1.,'isni! lTn4y Imt Jarkkoti, nniilly enitt for WIO ut an tw v' Vork i'lty. containing 4 acre. 3 rod and W tiiq,tt mi. hih! kH: "Vui don't ittHlh'M 8:i pole. Your out make mtl t l g, I Trart Xo. 2 lli'gisnmg at a stake me wldsf awake. Abeut Rabbit. l: UuMKe. in the middle ef the aforvMid dirt the tlnost California road, corner to dower; thence with uk niMils M the worlil. Tom m l pad X. H3. B. 2.70 Is himi Mrrotwl; Utah nikI E. 4.9 K. :i.04 pole. X. are grout iiemjHiiiic stutiw. The to a stake, rernur to lot Xo. Sole ralililt thrive Ntoti nlfalfu hny uml S. 51.70 nte to n Hake ; THIRD FARMERS' hurli). All of Itioee HHty he IhoI In in John K. Wert' line; thence Weil's i iilir. niln xir. itajs In Hie oar. The W. 18.40 polei to n line 8. ertnliii niUiIt. a ebso rital of the litttake in the old U'Xington dirt rond, Im1" Im curner to Lot Xo. 2; thence X. .114, BETTER SIRE SALE tle v Mi,, f'tmil woas4 W. 05.0 pole to the beginning, conwhite tnii.-i- . li) rrH.liiK tti Itu taining I acre, 3 rod and 39 pole. rnl'I'lt, whoh liat. the color, with the 110 PUEEIREl REGISTERED IVLLS The purpom of , tald tnle is to IIiI'ihIu.vh ral I .1 whMi has the soft Mtufy the judgment herein for $2, lib the Aneorn unili r fur ami mmlii 082.15 with interest at tlx per rent l ih Ins the risiiiMte letisth IIEREFORDS ml. i. H paid, from January , 1921, until of eoct. ANGUS SHORTHORNS with the eitimutcd cott of Out action, amounting to 1125.00. b from bett hrdi In th SUU to TERMS. The 6trctt of Trance. auctioned lo farmtrt The alc will be made on n credit Tnueler In Fniiire ofn ii rotnurk on of ix and twelve montht, and the the neatlies iilnl ileaiillnosH of tt nurchnter will be requlrwl to execute strii't. uml before lout they illst'oer THURSDAY, MAY 4th, security, for bond with approval how they become so. Alt) tine morn, At 10 A. M. the purchase price, payable to W. 11. tusz one may sit' women uml thlltlren llrown, Matter Comnilwloner, due busily, with swii'liliiK the strict in nx and twelve month, respectivehriMim iimile of Imiuln's of twits cent per BOURBON STOCK YARDS ly, with interett at six Ktery ivk of dirt bouuil together. annum from date until paid, having U buillshisl fnilli the eoblilestoius, ami LOUISVILLE, KY. the force and effect of a Judgment, that I why It l iu Itartlshlp lo walk upon which execution may Itsue, and .11 the street, for In lauliy I'riiKh are endorsed by th a lien will be retained upon the land Thio I paid. town then- - are im sMeMHlk. It Is lh until the purchate money Urtiud State Govcrnmtnt, V. II. llrown, Matter the natural liistlm t fur ih uiiMiii that Kentucky College of Agriculture Garrard Circuit illlike these wi'iiiou the street, ami the bank of lh State. Court. Unit they shull for no law ileliiuliil Roblmon & KautTman, do It. - ately or at auction. V.. Office over J. W. Smith's Store. Arthur Preston, et al, Defendants. Purtuant to n Judgment rendered GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. C. Willlomt, Executor of the will of Mary R. Ilerkcle, ct al, Plaintiff, Xalr. r na'litii - It to iiiiuli us ii n IiiJiiiIIi'Ioiis of it by It friHiiK Cotton. In If a cum- - In uihh). the most violent attack of It eiiemle will lint Injure ilefetiM Can Oo Much Harm. M. S. a4 HATFIELD at tie March Term, 1922, the Commissioner will tell at put'.c auction to the hlchcst and best u, dler, at the Court Houte door in LancatWr, Kentucky, at 11 o'clock , A, r thereabouts, on 24th., Mf SDAY, APRIL M-- dr r. IM. ii, i.!!, k! ar I iat tlilp Vermont LccltUtuc:. DENTIST In Vermont the -- Into tolMte Is rani. Office over The Garrard Bank. r"iis of thlrt) wi'inhern. one from Phones Office 5. Retldenc 376. eneli eoHltt. and the tower Ikmim- - Is KENTUCKY. made Hp of ime man from cutli toun LANCASTER, In thr 1022, , the state. ! rr, N)lr, 4nt ir Wtll as Cold. Ti- - Tuiklsh MNsrtx In Asia Minor luiltue in lei'nHi: out thi hint lis well as tl.e loltl, uml It Is not tc see In iMinij of the iiiiintry wiMriiu; liuve .outs in the miilst of suiHiiur. a llli the (hiTlHotueter slniul-- I ln:re.'K riir at Keep Out Heit a DR. J. J. BYRNE OPlO.MUTRIST Practice of limited by j trts eie to ilincnotinc and! crrectinc defects, !' ie rroner DANVILLE, Kj etiRht fittinir of i iilatsvi. iri ti. s fur-lia- r. H", m. (ikhi-hoin- a lSt, in er lr alt iii Attorney for PUT. Prayer Beck Once "King's Prlrrer." W. 22 poles, S. 42, W. 10 poles, S. OrjDotite Gitcher Hotel. 'iho Kuzltsli "Hook of roiiinimi W. 14 polei-- , N. 62H, W. I'rujer" was orlc'tmlly oilliil the Office lloart 8 to 12 and 1 to S p.m. 28 'a pole to n honey bean sapling Kind's rrlim r." It h mlilihil In in said brunch, corner to Lot No. 2; l.'.Jtl by eomiHNtiilof VIII. Twice trstnee N. 74 poles to the beginning, rovKiil lu tho Vol in of IMuiiril VI, containing 55 acres, be the same more or less. Being the tame land ami raln In tlie mtan of liliialiclli corveed to Arthur Preston by deed anil Jawos 1. It whs iiltltwitely hroui'ht from A. R. Naylor dated Jan. 2, 11)20, to lis imiMiit foriH. MINERAL DIRECTOR recorled in Deed Rook 41, page 368, Garrard County Clerk's Office. Rather Striking. Otllce Over N"' ! a l'r k. The purpose of said sale is to -ItHt. lltriliM. Ion. tlW )imi make the - I r 27 satitfy the debt of Jl.000.00 with e Retldcnce l' Hi)tM.hiiarMi' of oir teinml interest at six per cent from Jan. 2, tLANCASTEi:. KY. it whs iUlte rotaaulU'. I 1920, until paid, due raid plaintiff, wns mit Hiilklin; with my tirst. when J. C. Williams, Kxor., and the debt my Mntift eawe ahNHC in iiii automoof $500.00 with interest at six per bile aiMt ran hlui dim it. That wns the cent from Jan. 2, l'J20, until paid, hecluulivK of our frlemlsWii." due plaintiff, Jame I. Hamilton, nnd Iturtle-lllthe debt due Iloyd Rroaddu of (Okln.) Kiili'fl'riM' ISO.OG with 15 per cent penalty and VETERINARIAN. Interest at 10 per cent per annum Broadcloth. AntwereJ Promptly Day ot from Jan. 23, 1022, until paid, A mixture of one ounce of tlno pipe Call with the taxed cott of this clay, tweUe iroM nf uleohol ami Night. Phone 317. action, estimated to be $125.00. eiith Is an exeelliiit tueilium TERMS. KENTUCKY for retaovlHi: stHins from Imwlcloth. I A r C . r The ale will be made on a credit In cleniiluit. iimlnii n only ii suwll wirt of tlx and twelve niuntht, and the of the imiterlal at a lime, rub on the purchaser will be required to execute spot, let it remain ulll dry 4 ml then Beware bond with approved security, for th n wihoii cloth. rub It off We positively will not permit fox the purchase price, payable to W. II. llrown, Master Commissioner, due hunting or hntint; of any character In six and twelve months respectiveTime Limit Set. IteenilM' tn) nephew hail been r or trctputtint; on our farm. Any ly, with interest at MX per cent per inlnili'il to remote lilt rulibers before violator will be persecuted annum from date until paid, having the comliic Into the boute ami rut he t J. S. Schooler, Kdpar Trice, V. A. uponforce and effect of a Judgment, which execution may and ureei! to IfprtHl more on soap and Price, Joe Critcllll. T. J. Price, It. a Hen will be retained upon itsue, land the water uml Iim tin the towel lie re- L. Elkln, U. II. Lear, It. E. Darker until the purchate money is paid. VoW. aimtle. I may stand market), W. 11. llrown, Mailer Comthis hH'' of rtile till Suturdny, but It. P. Partem, Marinda Longtworth. missioner Garrard Circuit (Other namet will be added upon I'm twin hoMf ll.in." Chliuwo Trlts Court. une. the payment of 25 cent) (tf.) G. C. Walker, Atfy. for Plffs. KENTUCKY. tnc real estate mentioned in the pieauincs nnd described ns follows: In Garrard County, Kentucky, about three miles North of Uryant- He, Ky., and bounded as follows: Dcginmns; nt- a Make In the dower of Geortie McDonald's widow, corner to lot No. 2 in the division nnd allotment of the land of Gcorpe McDonald, deceased; thence with said line N. S7. E. 101 poles to Plat Rock Ilronrh, up tame X. 84, V. to a hickory mouth of branch; thence N. 22, E. 1 4 poles to n stake on Pint I.rck Hritnch; thence up name N. 07 , W. 27 polet, S. 70 poles. 10 pole, N. St). V. 34 polet, S. CCVi, 3-- 0, ll.-nr- J. A.Beazlev e Dr. Printus Walker Hunters 1 The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday April 20, 922 1 REPORT OF THE FINANCIAL ' CONDI Colling; Jack Colling, Jack Coiling, Jack Colllngs, Jack ........... .. .. TION OF GARRARD COUNTY, KY. Colling, Jack ColllnKs, Jack Cotling. Jack Catlings, Jack Carter, Robt. Having been appointed by the Garrard County, Kentucky, Fiscal Court Camp Nelson Lbr. Co. to compile a Financial Statement for the fiscal year ending April i, ivs Clark, Lin the following report U respectfully submitted. Clark, Lin Clark, John (CONTINUED FROM LAST WEEK) Clark, John Clark, Wilson Clark, Wilson I CLAIMS PAID OUT OF ROAD FUND BY TREASURER GARRARD Clark, Wilson COUNTY, KENTUCKY. Clark, Wilson Clark, Willie ' 11.20 Clark, Willie Brown, Henry $ Adam. Ollle 4.00 Clark. Willie 12.00 Brown. Henry Adams, Ollle 18.00 Clark, Willie 16.75 Drown, Jack Adami, Ollle 3.00 Carman, Will 12.00 Brown, Jack Adams. Ollle 1.S0 Carman, Will ".00 Hrown, Jack Adsms, Ollle 9.00 Carman, W. II 12.00 llrown, Jack Adams, Ambrose 39.00 Carman, Lett 12.00 Hrown, Jack Adams, Ambrose 1.50 Carman, Lett . 18.00 llrown, Jack Adams, Ambrose 5.00 Carman, Lett 16.00 llrown, Allen Adnmi, Ambrose 12.00 Carman, Fred 12.00 llrown, Allen Adams, Ambrose S.OO Carman, Fred : 12.00 llrown, Allen Adams. Ambrose 70.50 Carman, Fred 20.10 Brlckey, V. F. Adams, Ambrose 0.00 Coleman, W. II. 48.00 Brickey, Ford Adams, Ambrose 4.50 Cunningham, Bradley 3.00 Broadus, Robt. Adams, Ambrose 3.00 Crews. Will 12.00 llroadus, lUbt. Adams, Farris 28.00 Crews, Wm- . 2.70 llradshaw, - T. Adams, Karris COO Cox, II. B C.00 Uurton, J. M.. Adams. Farris COO! Uurton, John 14.00 Curtis, Henry Adams, Farris 12.00 Cheatham, Geo. COO Uurton, John Adams, Clarence 14.55 Cheatham, Geo. 10.50 Uurton, John Adams. Clarence 11.70 Cheatham, Geo. 15.00 Burton, John Adams, Clarence 15.00 Duncan, Jess 9.00 Uurton, John Adams, Clarence 13.50 Doty, Uill 1.80 Uurton, John Adams, Clarence .. l'J.00 Doty, William 5.70 Uurton, John Adams, Clarence 18.00 Doty, Less 9.00 Uurton, John Adams, Clarence 4.50 Davis. W. K. 7.20 Uurton, John Adams, Clarence , 10.50 Dunn, Jim 14.70 Uurton, John Adams, Clasftnce 4.50 Dunn, Jas. 3.50 Uurton, John . Adams, Clarence 1.1.00 Dunn, Joe, 2.20 Uurton, John . Amon, J. A. r 14.00 Dunn, Joe 0.07 Uurton, John Anion, J. A. 15.75 Dunn, Ben 20.75 Uurton, John Amon, J. A. . 8.75 Dunn, Ben 8.42 Uurton, John . Amon, J. A.k 2.00 Dunn, "lien 36.00 Uurton, John Anderson, C. P. 8.75 Dunn, Ben . . . . 29.50 Uurton, John Anderson, C. P. 10.50 Dunn, Ben 58.50 Uurton, John -- C. P. Anderson, 17.50 Dunn, Ben, 1.85 Uurton. John Anderson, C. P.... 17.50 Dunn, Ben . 2.50 Uurton, John Anderson, 0. II., 10.60 Dunn, Ben 17.70 Uurton, John Anderson. Alex 21.00 Dunn, Joe 13.50 Uurton. John Anderson. Alex COO Dunn, Joe Anderson, Alex 16.00 Uurton, John 1 4.(50 Dunn, English .. 16.50 Uurton, John Anderson, Alex 4.55 Dunn, Theodore 18.00 Uurton, John Anderson, Alex 17.50 Dunn, Theodore 31.50 ! Burton. John Anderson. Alex 12.00 Dunn, Sam 18.00 ! Uurton, Anderson, Alex . Uurton, W. B., 221.00 Denton, Brack 7.00! Anderson, Alex 500.00 Denton, Urnck 3.50 Burton. V. U Anderson, Alex 36.00 Denton, Brack 18.00 Uurton, W. It Anderson, Alex 3,003.00 Denton, Brack 9.00 j Bryantsville Bank Anderson, Alex 21,00 Denton, Brack 18.00 Iiaierleln, Chas, Anderson, Alex?. 4.00 Denton, Brack 16.50 Balerlein, Chas. Anderson, Alex Denton, Brack 13.05 Brandvis Machinery & Sup. Anderson, Alex . Anderson, Alex 22.00 ply Company 120.04 Denton, Brack COO Denton, llrack Anderson, Alex . 22.00 Boatright. Chas Anderson, Alex . 2X00 Boatrijrht, Chas. COO Denton, Brack . 24'.00 Boatright. John . 'Anderson, Alex .. 14.00 Denton, llrack Anderson, Alex . . . W BoatrlghtJohn 15.75 Denton, Brack 8.00 BoatriKht, John Anderson, Alex . 20.50 Denton, Brack Anderson, Alex . . . . ICOOl BoatriKht, John l'J.25 Denton, Brack 20.001 BoatriKht. John Anderson, .Alex 17.50 Denton, Brack Anderson, Alex .. 15.20; BoatriKht. John 15.15 Denton, Brack Anderson, Alex UjtO BoatriKht, John - 17.50 Denton, Jessie Anderson, Alex 17.50 Denton, Jesse 4.00 BoatriKht, John ;18.00 BoatriKht. John Anderson , Alex 17.50 East, Hubert r 18.00 f BoatriKht, J. H Anderson , Alex 1.75 East, Hubert Anderson, Hobart 12.00 BoatriKht. John 15.25 East, Reno, . Anderson, Hobart 12.00 BoatriKht, John 5.25 East, Rono, Anderson, Hobart 9.00 BoatriKht, Arch 13.80 East, Rono Andsgson, Hobart 12.00 BoatriKht.. Arch 14.70 East, Pete Anderson, Hobart 9.00 BoatriKht. Arch 1C.80 East, Pete Anderson, Hobart 9.00 BoatriKht, Arch 13.80 East, P. Anderson, Hobart 15.00 BoatriKht. Arch 12.00 Eason, Jas. 17.55! BoatriKht, Arch Anderson, W. H. 9.00 Eason, Jas. Anderson, W. II 15.00 BoatriKht. Arch 15.00 Eason, Jas. Anderson, W. H. 15.00! BoatriKht, Arch 13.50 Eason, Jas. Anderson, W. H 1K.00 Eason, Jas. 16.50 BoatriKht, Arch Anderson, W. Henry 15.00 BoatriKht, Arch 4.80 Eason, Jas. W. Henry Anderson, 4.50 BoatriKht, Arch 15.00 Estes, Geo. Anderson, W. Henry 18.00 BoatriKht. Arch 15.50 Elkin, Chester Anderson, W. Henry 16.50 BoatriKht, Arch 15.00 Elmore, J. H., Anderson, W. Henry 3.50 BoatriKht, Arch ..V. 10.50 Elmore, J. W, Anderson, W, Henry 7.00 Evans, Sid 13.50' BoatriKht, Arch W. II. 15.00 ' BoatriKht, Arch 10.50 Evans. Sid . 15.00 BoatriKht. Arch Anderson, V. II. 17.50 Evans, Sid . w. 2.00 ) BoatriKht. Arch Anderson, William rt.25 Evans, Sid Anderson, William 6.00 BoatriKht, Arch 10.50 Evans, Sid . 1 1.55 Abel, McGuflTey 3.50 Fredrick, Marion BoatriKht. Arch Abel, McGuffey 9.00 ' BoatriKht, Arch 3.50 Fredrick, Marion Abel, McGuffey 10.80, BoatriKht, Arch 12.25 Forbes. M. H. Abel, McGuffey 12.00 BUoatright, Arch 17.50 Forbes, M. II. Abel, McGuffey 11.70 Forbes, M. II 13.50 BoatrUjht, Arch Abel, McGuffey 5.25 Forbes, M. II. 10.80 j BoatriKht, Arch Abel, McGuffey 18.00 j Boatriht, Arch 7.00 Forbes, M. II. Abel, McGuffey 1.50 Boatright, Arch 7.00 Forbes, M. H Abel, McGuffey 4.55 Forbes, M. II 10.50 ' BoatriKht, Arch Abel, McGuffey 4.50 BoatriKht, Arch . 14.00 Forbes. M. II Abel. McGuffev 11.10 Forbes, M. II. 6.00 Burnside. Theodore 9.00 Forbes, M. II Abel, Gentry .00 Burnside, Theodore Abel, Gentry 13.00 Fortner. Wade 11.70 Burnside, Theodore Abel, Gentry" 14.40 Burnside, Theodore 12.90 Fortner, John Abel, Gentry 15.15 Burnside. Theodore 15.00 Faulkner, John 14.00 Faulkner, John Abel, Gentry 6.60 Burnside, ThtJodore Abel, Gentry 13.50 Conn & Conn 215.75 Guest, Jesse Arnold, R. M 347.37 Conn & Conn 109.56 Guest, Jesse ...... Arnold, R. M 397.50 Conn & Conn 125.42 Guest, Jesse Arnold, Chat. 1.75 Conn & Conn 354.08 Galllon Iron Works 15.00 Conn & Conn Allen, Lee 98.25 Gallion Iron Works Allen, Lee 7.50 Conn & Conn 190.98 Gultey, Robt 3.00 Conn & Conn Allen, Lett 101.81 Gulley, Robt Allen, Lee 9.00 Conn & Conn 28.78 j Gulley, Robt, 6.00 Conn & Conn Allen, Lee 29.39 Gulley, Robt. 3.00 Conn Bros Allen, Lee 307.85 Gulley, Jesse 12.00 Conn, Nelson Allen, Lee 4.55 Gulley, Jesse 9.00 Conn, Nulson Allen, Lee 19.00 Gulley, Jesse ..y-16.25 Gulley, Jesse 12.00 Conn. Nelson, Beaxley, Adolph 4.50 Conn, Nelsan 24.05 Gulley, Jess Beat ley, Adolph 35.00 Green, Clarence Wesley 10.00 Collinz. Jack 35.00 Green, Clarence 43.05 Colllruf. Jack Brown, Eph. 17.34 Collinsrs, Jack llrown, Eph. .'. 27.00 Green, B. ........... ... . ... . . ............. . ............. . . - . . . . ..... . . ............. ........... . .......... .. .......... .......... ........... . ............ . ........... . ............ ......... . . - Griggs, W. H. Grrggs, W. 11, Griggs, W. B 8.00 Griggs, W. II 80.06 Glass, II. C. A Son 15.00 Hudson, Hughes A Farnau 9.00 Hughes Bros. & Ware 83.80 Hughes Bros & Ware 31.50 Hughes Bros. ft Ware.., 24.00 Hughes Bros. & Ware 2.50 Hughes Bros. & Ware 10.00 Hughes Bros, ft Ware 1 1.20 Hughes Bros. & Ware 12.95 Hughes Bros. & Ware 21,00 Hughes Bros. ft Ware 6.23 Hughes Bros, ft Ware 9.C0 Hughes Bros. & Ware 12.00 Huffman, T. J 18.00 Huffman, T. J 4.05 Huffman, I.owU 18.00 Huffman, Lewis M.05 Huffman, Lewis 8.10 Huffman, Lewis y.oo Huffman, Lewis 18.00 Huffman, Lewis 7.05 Harris, Shirley 7.60 Harris. Shirley 15.00 Harris, Shirley 4.05 Hill. Smiley 12.60 Hicks, Richard 17.36 28,d0 28.00 31.50 35.00 Griggs, W. B. Griggs, W. U r. . . . . . ... ... ... . ... .2,999.47 ... .1,119.62 ... .2,933.92 . . ... Logan, Logan, .4,168.88 Logan, .1,010.73 Logan, .1,000.00 Logan, .2,851.88 Logan, 300.00 I.6gan, . . 33.60 I .and, John 30.90 Lambert, Harrison 28.80 Lexington Engine & Boiler 30.30 Works 21.00 Lexington Engine & Boiler 22.80 Works 43.40 469.61 Morgan Morgan Morgan Morgan Morgan Morgan Morgan Morgan Morgan Clell Clell .............. ........ ........... ........ ........... ........... ........... ........... ........... ........... 5, 5.00 Noel, Lewlt Noel. Ray Noel, Ray 6.74 Ove rstrret, Jas. 127.60 . Overstreet. Jas, Overstreet, Jas. . 9.00 Overstreet, Jas. .......... ... .3,903.32 ... .3,969.92 ... .1,851.81 . 6.00 1.40 12.00 12.00 12.00 18.00 4.50 16.50 10.00 7.60 18.00 5.00 9.00 t.ogan, Logan, Logan, ........... ....... . . ... . . . . .. .............. ....... . . . . .... ............. ............. 3.00 Illcks. Richard 33.00 Hicks, Richard 18.50 Illcks, Richard 19.50 Hatcher, Mrs. Jas. 12.00 Humflut, Frank (1.00 Humflut, Henry 12.00 3.00 10.50 Harden ...... ... .......... ........ .... .. .. .. ... .......... ..... ... ....... ............ ... .. ..... ..... .... ..... .... , .... .... ..... .... ... .. . .. ...... .... ............... . .......... .. ............... ............... ............... ............... .. ........ .......... . ... ...... ....... ... ............... .. ......... ... ...... .... .... . ............ .......... .......... . ..... ........... ......... ............ ............ ... ..... ............ ......... ........... ............ ..... .. ........ .. . 6.00 9.00 15.50 18.00 y.oo 9.00 12.00 8.40 19.50 9.00 12.00 5.40 8.40 10.05 12.00 9.60 9.00 30.00 311.75 7.60 2.00 9.00 9.30 14.70 9.C0 15.00 H. 75 10.50 10.50 . 20.30 7.00 '7.00 3.20 12.00 .. . ... 9.00 5.85 18.00 . ....1.50 3.00 15.00 8.00 5.00 5.00 11.50 I. 00 0.00 .. ............ ............ .......... .............. .... Haselden Haselden Haselden Haselden Haselden Haselden Bros Hunt, Bob. Hunt, Robt Ilumber, Wm. . Dumber. Wm. Ilumber, Wm., Ilumber, Wm. Ilumber, Wm. Ilumber, Win Ilumber, Wm. Ilumber, Wm . Ilumber. Wm. Ilumber, Wm Ilumber, Wm. . Hutu be r, Wm. . Ilumber, Wm Ilumber, Wm. Ilumber, Wm. . Ilumber, Wm. Humphrey, Herbert Johnson, .Millard Jones, Al Jones, I'hrnlx '. Jones, Turn Jones, Tom Jones, Tom . Jones, Tom Jones, Tom Jones, Tom Jones, Tom Jones, Tom Jones, Tom Jones, Tom Jones, Tom Jones, Tom Joues, Abe King. Dud ....... . ......... . Bros. . Bros. .......... . Garage ........ . Garage ........ . Bros. .. .. . Bros. .......... . ... 12.00 0.76 10.05 10.05 121.63 298.10 100.00 197.35 259.47 161.91 . 193.63 . 6.00 6.00 7.00 .. ... . . ....... . ..... . . . .. . . . . ... ... . . . . .. . ....... . .. . ............. . ............. . ... .. . ... .... . - Mayflck, Bert 21.50 Mayfield. Bert 13.25 Mayfield, Bert 15.00 Mayfield. Bert 15.00 Mayfield, Bert 16.50 Mayfield. Bert 19.25 Metcalf, Adron 7.00 Mlddleton, Sam 3.50 Mldilleton, Sam 15.80 .Mlddleton, Sam 19.25 Mlddleton, Sam 19.25 Mlddleton, Sam 19.25 Mlddleton, Sam 1.75 Mlddleton. Sam 21.00 Mlddleton, Sam 5.25 Mlddleton, Sam 58.00 Mlddleton, Sam 1.50 Mlddleton, Sam 13.50 Mlddleton, Sam 10.50 18.00 15.00 12.00 12.00 4.50 7.20 .Mlddleton, Sam 10.50 17.00 17.50 Logan, Myers, Jesse Myers, Jesse Myers, Jesse Myers, Jesse Myers, Jesse Myers, Jesse Myers, Jesse Myers, Jesse Myers, Jesse Myers, Jesse Myers, Mayfield, Newland Mayfield, Newland Mayfield. A. J Mayileld. A. J Mayileld, Bert Mayfield. Bert Mayileld, Bert Mayileld, Bert Mayileld, Bert Mayfield. Bert Mayfield. Bert Mayileld. Bert Mayfield. Bert Mayfield. Bert Mayfield. Bert Mayfield. Bert Mayfield. Bert Mayfield, Bert Mayfield. Bert Mayfield, Bert ............. ............. ...... ............. ............. ............. ............. ............. Jeo ............. a -- . j.. ...... ........... . . ......... ........ .. ... .... 9.00 Muss. William 24.00 36.00 Mlddleton. Sam Morgan, Geo Mount. J. R Mount, J. It ........ ........ 12.25 Owens, Geo 14.00 Owens, Geo. 19.25 Owens, Geo. 3.50 Owens, Ben 6.00 Oaks, Ben 7.00 Oaks, Ben 8.75 Oaks, Ben 14.00 Oaks, Ben 12.00 Oaks, Ben 45.00 Oaks. lien 17.50 Oaks. Uen 21.00 Oaks. Ben 19.25 Oaks, Ben 17.00 Oaks, Ben 15.00 Oaks, lien 13.00 Price. J. T 15.00 Price. J. T 17.50 Price, Joe 21.00 Price, Joe 4.50 Price. Joe 19.25 Price, Dewey, COO Price, Dewey 1.50 Price, Dewey 5.75 Price, Vester COO Pauff, Ed 10.80 Pauff, Ed 15.00 Pauff. C. H. 17.55 Pauff. C. II 9.90 Pendleton. Virgil 14.10 Pendleton. Virgil 12.00 Pendleton. Virgil 13.50 Pendleton. Virgil 16.60 Pendleton. Virgil 18.00 Pendleton. Virgil 3.00 Pendleton. Virgit 12.00 Pendleton. Virgil 12.25 Pendleton. Virgil H.00 Pendleton. Virgil 19.25 Pendleton. VirgU 3.50 Pendleton. Cornelius 4.55 Pendleton. Cornelius 8.75 Pendleton. Cornelius 17.50 Pendleton. Corneliu 17.50 Pendleton. CorneMu 11.50 Pendleton. Cornelius 10.50 Penlngton. J. H 21.00 Poynter, Tom 57.00 Patterson, G. M. 10.80 Patterson. G. M 10.50 Patterson, G. M 16.50 Patterson, G .M 10.50 Patterson, G. M 16.50 Patterson. G. M 13.80 Patterson. G. M 12.00 Patterson. G. M 12.00 Pattcwn. G. M. 3.50 I'Wnlr Vitlnnat Ilank 17.00 Padgett, Joe 3.00 Paris. Ed 9.00 Paris. Ed 16.50 Paris, Jas., 16.60 Paris, Jas 7.50 Ume. Knlan. 200.00 Kjy. Solon 157.35 Kay, Heather .... .... ... .. 0.00 12.00 64.00 7,00 10,50 19.80 6,25 7.00 10.50 7.00 16.00 17.70 15,00 10.80 18.00 13.00 15.00 17.40 16.00 18.00 13.50 16,60 52.00 28,00 48,00 40.00 48,00 12.00 6,00 10.60 10.00 7.80 1.80 18.00 ......... .......... .......... ....... 24.00 26.65 42.75 63.00 28,00 ...... 28.00 20.00 22.60 10.50 242.75 56,00 3.05 18.00 12.00 12.00 12.00 12.08 . 9.00 33.00 .., 30.00 191.99 22.09 1.77 00,95 61 ... .. .. .. ......i. . .... ............. . ............. ............. ....... .. . .......... . . ..... . 4.50 6.00 2.00 11.00 r.... ...... .............. .............. .............. .............. .............. .............. ........ ........... ........... . .. ... .... ...... ...... .... .......... ... ' .......... , .... ......... 1 ..... ... ..... ..... ..... ... .......... 1 .... .' ....... .......... ......... ............ ........... ........... ........ ........ ........ ... .. ..... ............. 1 .............. . ...... .... ... ............. ............ ...... ............. ............ ............ ............ ............ ............. ............ ............ ................ . .......... .......... . King, Dud KinK. Dud I King. Dud KinK. Dud King. Dud KinK. Dud 7.00 KinK. Dud . 10.50 KavunauKh, William 23.40 Kavnnaugh, Willaim 13.50 Kavannugh, William 23.70 Kavunaugh, William 27.90 Kavnnaugh, William 21.00 KavanaUKh, William 18.60 Kavnaugh, William 3.00 Kelly & Vunhus . 100.00 Kelly, Walter 18.00 Kennedy, Alex 1,505.60 Kennedy, Alex 3.50 Kennedy, Alex 4.55 Kennedy, Alex .. 10.50 Kennedy, Alex 15.85 Kennedy, Alex . 10.50 Kennedy, Alex . 7.00 Kennedy, Alex 9.80 Kennedy, Alex . 60.90 Kennedy, Alex 117.90 Kennedy, Alex . 60.00 Kennedy, Alex . 7.84 Kennedy, Alex . 117.50 Kinnalnl Bros . 54.U2 Kinnalnl Bros. . 36.00 Kinnalnl Bros. ... COO Kinnalnl Bros. . 260.00 Kinnalnl Bros. 5.00 Kinnalnl Bros. . C.60 Kinnalnl Bros. 0.60 Long, Bob, . 3.00 Lawson, Henry' . 9.00 Leavell, Taylor . . 15.35 Leavell, Taylor . 7.00 Leavell, Taylor . 11.55 Leavell, Taylor . 687.60 Leavell. Taylor . 218.10 Leavell, Taylor . 21.00 Leavell; Taylor . 11.40 Leavell, Taylor . 18.00 Leavell, Taylor . 9.00 Leavell, Taylor 18.00 Leavel, Eph 18.00 Leavell, Eph . 16.00 Lfavell, Eph 18.00 Leavell, Herron . 24.00 Leavell, Herron . 12.00 Land, Howard . 3.00 9.00 9.00 12.00 7.50 6.00 6.00 17.70 19.00 12.25 ... . . 3.00 14.00 19.25 . 7.00 7.10 24.00 12.60 14.40 16.05 13.20 12.80 11.40 13.60 16.50 18.00 ..... ... . . .. ... . . . . . . ... .. ..... .. . 3.00 . 14.00 2.80 . . . . 10.50 131.93 02.36 257.12 .... 45.62 . 55.59 . 42.12 . 169.57 . 4.50 . 6.00 7.80 6.00 . .... .... .... .... .... .... ....... ...... ...... ..... . . 8.70 11.55 9.00 12.00 . . . . . . 9.00 9.00 3.50 7.00 6.00 3.00 . . . 12.90 Marsee, Tom Marsee, Tom Mt'see, Tom Marsee, Tom Marsee, Tom Marsee, Tom Marsee, Tom Marsee, Tom Marsee, Tom Marsee, Tom Marsee, Tom Marsee, Tom Marsee, Tom Marsee, Tom Marsee, Tom Marsee, Tom Marsee, Tom Marsee, Tom Marsee, Tom . Marsee, Tom Marsee, Tom Marsee, Tom Marsee, Tom Marsee, Tom Marsee, Tom Marsee, Wm. Marsee, Wm. McCulley, Raymond Moberley, Eddie Murphy, Sim Murphy, Sim Murphy, Sim Murphy, Sim Murphy, Sim Mitchell. Jerry Mitchell, Jerry Mitchell. Jerry Mitchell, Chas Mitchell. Chas Mitchell. Chas Mitchell. Chas Mitchell. Chas Mitchell. Chas Mitchell, Cha. Mitchell. Chas MitchcTf. Chas Mitchell, Chas Mitchell. Chas. Mitchell, Chas Mitchell, Chas Mitchell, Chas Mitchell, Chas. Mitchell, Chas Mitchell. Chas Mitchell. Chas Mitchell. Chas Mitchell. Chas. Mitchell. Chas. .......... ............. .. . .... ....... .... .... 75.00 30.00 21.00 30.00 27.50 25.00 30.00 29.50 15,00 5.00 Ry, Heather ............. ... Ray, Sim . Ray, Sim Ray, Flenn . Ray. Flem ... Ray. Flem .. Ray, Flem . .. Ray. Flem 128.08 9.63 40.81 4.21 1.016.89 6.00 4.50 10.50 5.00 10.50 5.00 7.00 .uu 6.00 w. 33.4Q Vt.iu .... -- .. . jsr''m" 18.00 10.60 9.00 9,01 12.00 Ray, Item . . "-fy- f Ray. Flem ... 25.00 Itaney, Mr. J W. v.. 30.00 Rogers. Will .. 27.50 Rogers. Millard. 30.00 Rogers, J. A. 27.50 5.00 5.00 MiV. Reynolds. Reynolds, Reynolds, Reynolds. Reynolds, Reynot.ls, Reynolds, Roynolds, Reynolds, Reynolds, Reynolds, Reynolds, I0.M 1,50 .. .. ............. ........ .. ........ ........ ... ...... ............. .. ....... ...... ........ ... .. ......... ............. ....... ...... ......... -- ............. .fjlSl.40 1.00 18,00 7JI0 9,00 9,00 72,00 15,01 h',2 940f) 6.00 69.00 7.00 66,01 Luther l.utswr 35.00 27.50 30.00 .'10.00 I.utW I.ulW Luther Luthor John Johns JohnsM Johrvoa Johns ......... ......... ......... ..... ........ ..... ........ .... ... ... 11.00 2S.00 23.36 11.00 20.00 26.00 10.00 15.50 9,00 26.50 Reynold. Johnson Ruble. W. Robinson, 21.00 Robinson, 10.55 Robinson. 7.50 Robinson, 10.50 Robinson, 7.50 Robmon, 6.00 Robinson, 12.00 Robinson, 12.00 Robinson, 20.00! Robinson, 21.00 Robinson, 30.00 Robinson, 23.75 Robinson, 22.50 Robinson, 15.00 Robinson, 18.00 Robinson, 49.50 Robinson, 5.00 Robinson, 30.00 Robinson, 17.50 Robinson, 27.50 Robinson, 27.50 Robinson, 5.00 Koblnson, 27,50 Robinson, 56.50 Robinson, 30.00 Robinson, 5.00 Robinson, 2.50 Robinson, 30.00 Robinson, 30.00 Robinson, 25.00 Robinson, 3.60 Robinson, 8.60 Robinson, 18.00 Robinson, 7.05 Robinson, E Johnn, Harvey Harvey Harvey 2(41 .Q0 6,00 111.16 ............. 26,00 26,00 25,00 Itaney Harvey Harvey Harvey Harvey Harvey Harvey . v. .. ... ... 9.00 12.00 9.00 Land, John 40.00 Land, John ....... ....... . 3.40 . 119.00 . 73.00 Noel, Lewis Mitchell. Chas. Nailor, Hubert .. Newland, Clifton Norton, William . Norton, William . ..... 21.00 Harvey Harvey Harvey . Harvey Harvey Harvey Harvey Harvey Harvey Harvey Harvey Harvey Harvey Harvey Harvey Harvey Harvey Harvey Harvey (Continued next week.) ... .... .... Harvey ... Harvey .... Harvey .... Harvey .... Harvey .... Harvey .... .... .... ... .... 25,00 24,00 24,00 24.00 2600 JljOO 22.50 ,2600 36T00 30,00 55,00 .... .... ..... ......... ......... ......... ......... i. .... ......... ......... ........ ......... ......... ......... ......... ......... 25.00 25.00 25.00 25.00 27.50 32.50 29.00 30.00 20.00 30,00 30.00 30.00 22.50 30.00 24.00 25.00 30.00 27.50 30.00 20.00 3C00 I The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday April 20, 922 1 Joseph's afford you a great opportunity to trade in Lancaster and get desirable merchandise at very reasonable prices. Let us plan your new Summer Frock as our stocks are complete with Silks, Organdies and Voils. The One Price Store. Quality Our Motto. Stop Buy n pnlr of the wonderful value we nre offering In FOOTWEAR. Only 2fi0 pair left in Assies Look at the beautiful creations in FLATTERING MILLINERY r Listen to the wonderful prices we on sprint: and are olferinK summer HEADWEAR for women, beintf shown In our MILLINERY department. Got one of our special priced HATS Straps and Oxfords RUGS AND .LINOLEUM BRUSSELLS RUGS, $19.75 to $29.75. AXMINISTER RUGS, $35.00 to $59.75. high and low heel at your unrestricted choice at $3.85 and $4.85. 'j , AT $3.00 AND $5.00. LINOLEUM, $1.00, $1.75 ALL GOOD GRADES. and $2.00. and Mil Mr. Clay KaulTman Mr. Louis Landrnm, Mr. Pete present. Frankle KaulTman pcnt icveral day Walker, Mr. and Mrs. Clay Sutton Manuel and Mr. Coach Men were visitors in Lexington Friday. pent the week.end with Mr. In Cincinnati this week. $1.00 and .Mr. Virgil llaughman, of lllch $1.00 Mr. Ceorge Swincbroad, of Centre Win Game Kmmet Lackey, another Lancaster mond. 10c Calico.. College, pent the Kastcr vacation boy, son of Mr. anil Mr. Frank lackGinghami 12jc to 20c Mr. Jahn Ballard left Thursday with hi parent, Mr. and Mr. C. ey, of this city, who has been In the Captain Henry Having; A Most Save the Difference Other things in proportion. for MorKantoun, N. C, ta visit her B. Swinebroad. V. M. C. A. work in Detroit a Sticceaffui Season WHITE FRONT NBA It DEPOT. daughter, Mr. Kdwin Dav4 and Mr. secretary, ha been promoted MIm Ceorgia Dunn, Christian Kn ' (By Billy Miller.) Everybody Trades With Davi. deavor Fiehi Worker, l recuperating to Field Secretary at a salary of Captiin Henry and his string of Mr. B. I.. Hagan pnt Sunday with relative In the county, nftcr a $2,000 a year. base ball warriors Journeyed to Leave!) and serious lllnes of enfluenia. with her uncle. Mr. Will Friend will be delighted to know Friday evening and sue- aunt, Mr. Mllard Logan, of Camp Mr. James Woods entertained at of the rapid rise in the radio world, j cce,ItM, ln defeating the Mercer coun-o- f Nelon. John Lackey, son of Mr. and Mrs. ly jail, by thl. an elegant ix course dinner in honof 9 t0 3. This Mr. Henry Moore, Dr. and Mr. M. or of her father, Mr. Ru.cll Noel, W. H. Lackey, formerly of thii city. Louisville thii i Mr Jhn Furnt In lmt. was lM by mnny of thc oca but now living in Harland, Ky. John fans ng w,.n aJ the narr,uburg visited It being hi eightieth birthday. S. Hatfield and children week i n buinc. flninshlng a course in radio, has thp friend and relative In Cincinnati was Mis Brunette Arnold and sister, been appointe.l a radio operator on ,,le tha. itbvU u. far onc of that fast. Mis Marjory ltallou, of Stanford, bitt week. ball Kamcs v ,t anij Mr. John Tribble were the guest one of the Atlantic's large steamers I,,ver hvvn playt.(, on Harro.bburg hald prnt tht Faster vacation with her d Mr. and Mr. Joe Walker gavv a of their shter, Mrs. H. C. T. has assumed his work. rtiuim, Mr. Joe Frnncis. Xhc gamc was nmost crror. momL and Dr. Richmond, in Louisdinner party Tuesday evening in honMr. J. II. Ctmn ami Mki Allrtn or of Mr .and .Mrs. John Feoney, of ville last week and also attended the One of thc most charming events,. A Bfttf HiMIm ( tht bmLv uA . ,, . ,. . ., , dim viiu imii nui int. Andenon are spendnlg several week California. Ccfatjt by Thess Wt Ar hamiti In. K. K. A. during this season was the birthday Ujf until The n Terra llaatr, Inillana. party given by Lucy Kellle Walker allowed to touch thc ground. Mr. (Seorgu I.avvson and Miss Helpaw that was on the mound Mr. Kennedy Baughman and Mrs. in honor of her seventh birthday at South Mr. Louis tandrant It visiting her C. M. (iilmore, of Richmond, are en (iulley entertained a few friend her home thc Harrod'burg nine was an Mim Ivu l.tf Smith prnt Sun. ' on Richmond treet. Ten for ami guest sister, Mr. J. M. Staughton Manuel on Stan Friday evening at their home on Dan- of her little friend were precnt. easy mark for the locals and they of Mr. da m Lexington. ' Dr. Staughton, In Covington. thc ville avenue. Dancing was enjoyed fori) Street. At 4:;i0 in the afternoon they went pounded him to all comers of nd children Mr. Carlton Wkin by the gent and delicious welch lot. Crutchtlel ' for thc local nine Mr. and Mr. G. It. Swinebroad art to the Puritan and refreshments were Mrs. K. 1 Ouly ha returned rarebit and wafers were served. only played his usual good game aic slotting relatives in Hustonvllle. spending u few day In Louisville, al M'rved. The table was beautifully I not from a itay at Martinsville, Indiana, at first but was also on thc job when i tsilmi; the Shrinem meeting. , ad Mr. RUbrt Dr. J. S. r.m Mr. and Mr. Ctnirge Smith enter-- ! decorated with white roses and pink ami a visit to Mrs, Nat Bronaugh, 1 .came, h? Hazard, Kjfc, wew vWtor. heh-- J tainwl at their home last Thursday carnation. The scheme of colors pounded ,0...U4,n in Xichekfville. Mr Harr. HU()mw that out a pink and Those t' week. vltor in Danville Wednesday aad l'rof. J. W. Cook, af Steam, Ky. evening at a delightful dinner. Luther were carried out in her home white lookcd'good for a ho'nior. The good k They returned to and prent were Mr. and Mrs. Ml pent Kater Sunday with Mi.s Mnt-ti- e Cibbs, M.'. and Mr. Harry Hudson played many games. Kvcryone pres consistant player that he is did not Lue Grtaw. at Stanford, attended the Presbytery there. Ml eWtar af rush thc ball and took up hts bed Ha. been a hi return from K. l.uu, yn A A ,)r ent enjoyed the afternoon. af and. Misses Mary and Jane Doty. 'on thirJ. Una Bright. I.tHiisville, Ky. n,MMp vWlwl brther. Dr. M. Cox and Bratton were the batteries At the weekly business meeting of Mr. II. (I. Poynter and children, of Mr. Harry Ilasttaa is ta BUt af S. Hatfield ami family Sunday. Mr. Jahn Aaderoon, of Loxington, Lincoln, Mr. and Mr. Will Lane and the Woman's Club Thursday after- - for Captain Henry's nine, and Brat-noo- n hr mothrr, Mre. Thompsn, in Mr. Kutccne Austin pnt Katur and daughter, Mr. Will Marr. of children. Mr. and Mr. Kdd Kirtz and the following officers were (ton sh&wed up well on the mound, SrrM.'tWIt. Ky., with Kntixville, Tenn., pcnt a few hour children and Mr. I.ular Dailey, of elected for the 1922-2- 3 Stiatfay at St. Mary, term: .Mrs., fanning the first eight men that fac-in luincaster recently. Hel-'e- d him, while his faithful catcher B. Bourland, president; Mi Danville, spent a most enjoyable day MIm l.itaie SiatpMN. of SfAHfani, utmi' f kit old school friend. .e trumt, tha aaat wxk af Mr. Mr. K. B. ll.KirbiBd. .Mrs. Sam Kaster with Mr. ami Mrs. Alford en (iill, vice president; Mr. Sam tnlked to him and made him play ball Mr. J. K. Starrae has been visitHanddcn was treasurer! throughout the gamc. Crutchticld , K iwrtw Itrwwa. Mr. W. M. KlHott and Poynter. ing a it ttutiH, Mr. Arthur Huhtmrd and .Mrs. 0. A. Abbott, secretary. on first, Caincs and Anderson second, daughter. Mi's Margaret, wore vii-to- r I ne .May yuecn ox Hamilton 1.01.1 Littl Claud Unyn44, af l.lmwdn ami Mr. Hubbard, in Covington. Afu.r ,h. businw4 M.Mion r,. oaVe Cnstineau, Short; Henry (Capt.), in Danville the past week. lege was voie.i on friday ami tne re-- 1 Thomas made a splendid talk on 'third, vhilc Kstes. Daniels and An- r 'unty, y vilt4ntr U ouln. ttttlo C. Gain, Mrs. 'Harry Mr. K. iUymand Oakt. Mr. and Mr, l.ucat Kostur and ults will De announced inter. .Mis ".Sacred Art." This program brings derson looked well after the field. Hudoaa and Mi llclea Gill have family have recovered from a evtire AMco Karr, dean of the college,, to cjot.. .... Wonian riub f.ir the! With uch a lino un as thc aboverVanny, bee reeeat visitors in Danville. a ad Mr. Mr. Jaaa Mrl attiu'k of llu, and their many friend name! a number 01 students as eiigi- - y,.lir E StormMi District the one that swamped Harrodburg f San Kraart?, Calif., are ju We for election and Mis Thelma U;ovun,r, an, jlr Mr. aad Mr. Itumdl Brown ami are glad to see them out again. K Coach Whittaker Is. not afraid to cf rlUw ,,,, thl. mt.t.,inB of McRoberts tackle any High School team In Ccn-- "' Hamilton, af this city, wni in thcjwi, daughter. Kelso, af BrynnUville spent tht. state, Hnteldon, Mr. and Mrs. J. It. Federation of Woman's Club Mr. I'attie Adetn ami Mr. V. Hester wit Mr. Horn Ctridimn, at tral Kentucky. daughter Miss Jane Hamddon and i; Kinanird were rldtar ta Daa. May 23rd. "Babe" Lawson, who also accom-easie- r, A motion1 , . MIm Ktlu Kldd was called to Lm- - Hopkinsville i i MIm Sttttta l.uU and Mr. and Mr. son, i. i.uwh iiasviiien nave returned .!!e the paat week. by the illnc- - ami death of "as made that each member of the'panied the team umpired thc game K. 1'. Brawn spent Sunday in Le.x from a few dayts stay in Louisville. Margaret Arnett, club will be constdcrc I a member of in his usual good manner and was her nunt, Mi M. r. VuaWlnkW aad Cal Flak- Ingtaa, the guost af Mr. Simpson. ' wkoss? funernl was held Wednesday the club for the next year w.thout perfecf y fair to both side. Mr. Homer liaison, Mr. Batoa ier, of Danville, were vUar In Mr. aw4 Mr. Gearge Hright Kobln-- , and daughter, Nancy Phillip, of morning at ton o'clock at the resi- - , lat Turtajr. T Min FaBBie ami Battle Wort l.iHiisville wero woek-em- l guott af dence of Mr. 11. F. Speaks in Lanam- Mr. It. K, Huahe and itaurrMer' havt' ' hovn rtxeitt viiturs in Mr. (Suy Davitlson ami Mr.s. David-- ' ily let In the Lexington cemc tcry j Marcaret. hav rvturnwi fram a de v,.it ta UuiWlle. at one o'clock. Loxington Herald .chtful family of Mr A , Yelton T Mfi. W. S, Ktkin arrived fr him here and have taken Lucy "a1 Mr. Saullt y Hugh'". Mi Mrs. J. 1. Thomas entertained AtlanU yeotvnlay, to Ih with her relatives' on Stanford tret, until tholr brother, Mr. John M. Duncan, who her home Sunday a few Franci. M .( Jan ami Mary Doty 'I .... . lf tnuiu.i-completed on Hnteldetl ha been I. wert" VIltor in Danvilb' the pat home during the past lino ineniis in nunur ui .w. Tt.AK.... ttuite tick Heit;ht. 44th. birthday. Thoss present were wek. week. Mr. and Mr. John McKce, of Dan . . .. -" jjr. and .Mr. T. D. O'Heurn are vilcl, Mr. Tevi Dally, and daughter, FrancN, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Corn-le- y ' , 2S daughter, born Manday. Sho hn 0, und Ml Alice Miller, of .,n raise the largest Siiash. To t ii . bit-i- t AalUi nnmml Knthrinr aa anil ('.race Misoos KUie m Y w. tuiiiisn ci with BURPEE'S MAMMOTH OHe.rn. Pothergill, Mr. Hubert Fothergill, Mr., WHALE SQUASH SEED FREE, and m Dailey, Mr. Kdward Clcmmons Misses Virginia nd Myrtle (lake Oscsir SATURDAY, OCTOBER 14th., 1922 .Mr. Charley Thomas and daughgave a very uHjaynlde Hotter hunt ami ter, Louise, af Lexington. will pay the following cash prues: Sunday afternoon at their home on FOR FRESH $15.00 for Largest and Best Squash. the Fall Uck pM- - There wore 28 The election of W. J. Craig, of $5.00 for Second Largest and Best Squash. present. the Western Kentucky State Normal, $1.00 each for the next, five Largest and Best Bowling Oreen, as president f Mrs. P. P. I'rMdo, Mr. J. K. af Squashes. the Kentucky Kducalional Aoci-atlo- n Storme. MIm HWun OUI and Ml The Squashes of tills new variety are often is of personal ialereist m LanJane Dy left Tuesday far Lebanon three feet lowr, of a dark Slate color, and sometimes caster In that Mr. Crahc married .0. to attend the annual saring meeting welch over one hundred pounds. Miss Kthel Grant, dauirhter of Dr. of the TranslyvaNia Presbyterlul. and .Mr. S. P. Grant of Danville, COME IN NOW AND GET YOUR SEED. Mr. J. Q. A. McDawell, Mr. W. who i well remembered here as a WE SELL "BURPEE'S SEED THAT GROW." of all kinds. Fancy and Staple GROCERIES. (tateline liar-bia- frequent visitor to the home of her B. Thomas ami Ml of Danville, were nuet of unrle, Messrs. W. A., Jonnson. Mr. F. P. Frisbic Weilnluy. In, Kdgar anil N. B. Price. Mr. C raig the afternoon at the Presbyterian "home" npprueiatiaa is such that thc Missionary Society, the presence of newspaper report say, he wa car-Free Hitch Lot at our Store. these visitor was greatly ttnjuyod, ried Into office by a soWd block of and the respective talks they made supporters from bl Instiiutiwi. Mr. Public Square. Cash paid for your Eggs and Chickens. Phone 206. still further enhanced the Interest of Craig wa at one time the principal af the Stanford High School. the meeting. One Price Store ..... Mi Brunette Arnoid entere I KenMr. II. Kay, Mr. Bryan Wilmott, and Mr. Boy I'rather were viaitor tucky State Normal at Richmond of Mr. Alford l'oynter lat Wedne. Monday. Mr. ami Mr. K.lwin Russell, of they notify the ecrctary that they Louisville, were guest last Monday no longer care to be a member. of Mr. and Mr. J. K. Elmore. There were about fifteen members day. NOTHING ON EARTH LIKE IT Good Patent Flour . . 16 Pounds of Sugar I Mr. and I.. chil-'dre- n Whittaker's Another R. J. ENGLE rg , Gossip About People pco-aft- er - dia-an- Rich-mon- ' 1 .fl'l,. Wl V-A., I ., t.-- HaM-blen- ( Fcy ar. - ,( ' rUr Ia. . - roi j'al a' 1 .. IN PREMIUMS i H fljjl bun PnA ouuu a 9 a Nicho-laiville- Ollhln nuuiD ii . : I Fruits and Vegetables Fresh Fish and Meats Scott & Ruble A.H. BASTIN& CO The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, April 20, 1922 ) Pure bred White Wyandottes are continuing to replace scrub and mon S.S.S.THorotihl- - KM, laclf ? grel hens on Henderson couuty farms Rhaomalism ImpurttUs. according to County Agent 1). W. Martin. More thnn 750 settings of tomsbodr'a mothsr li auffsrlnr to Tha arourais of rheumatlam fttahlt hatching eggs have been distributed wrttkfel her Uxlr: llmplnc nl hi, week-enthis spring to farmers who wish to but uffrln. bent forward, aha tha common ground, but her act Mr. and Mrs. I I Matthew and get a start wit hthe pure hrcds. heart till lickings la th illtil Dooi R.H.K. la on of tha Mis Jessie Kent were visitors of Mr. The work Is In line with the poultry nnrloJr known. anJ It (rrratrst and Mr. Wm. S. Ray Sunday night standardisation campaign being conheir hulk! mora Lkxvl relU. Ita mad Iclnal Inrretlitnta ar purelr veceta until bedtime. ducted over the State by the College the M. It ner dlsnrranrra tonic,itomaeh. n Moot It la. In fact, a silnii.l Mr. nnd Mrs. Marshal Kay and Mr. of Agriculture extension division. maker, a Mood enrlrher. It biintshat As n class gfit, seniors at the Tayand Mrs. Harris Tenter and son nnd theumatUm from Joint, muaelei and tha entire bo.tr. It tiullita firm fUsh. Mr. nnd Mrs. I I Matthew and lor county high school have completI, what aomeUxIr'a mother neJa It nephew, Cecil Xaylor spent n delight ed plans to plant 35 shade trees on tontthtt Mother, If yrn ran not fu R 8. cut to eel n umfo ofyour 8. youraslf. fill day with Mr. and Mrs. OIII the 1.1 acres of ground surrounding famllr will. atirelr somebody In the new 00,000 school building, ac FomnKxir, icei a noma or n. n. n, nowi lllnck Sunday. Kmebodya mother bealn to feel cording to County Agent J. - Miller. joyful acaln tonlihL Ma) bo, mtybsj your motherl 8.&H. I, aoll at Haw atarlaaa 7n will tfi, snathtr, In line with their plans to Improve MT. HEBRON nil thnyr rb.nmatl.in I. all gmnr, I ll'a Arum store. In two altea. Tha the dairy herd of that section of the 0.B.8.IUIC. II wUI baUJ JB nislMl Urser alt la tha mora economical. of the Henderson Is suffering Stnte, members Mrs. John Jnrkson "S. S. S. U for sale at M cKobert Drug Store." county farmers' organization who are from flu. with County Agent D, Mrs. J. T. Super is iiuite sick a W. Martin nnd the College of Agri Easter with Mr. and Mr. S. X. San- this writing, LOYD culture have made the organisation ders. Mrs. Pearhle Grow returned home of a Mis Jessie Kent has boon vlltlng pure bred sire as Mr. and Mr. Fred Snyder were Sunday from n visit with her win relative on Scott' Fork. sociation one of their major projects of Mr. and Mrs. J. I). Ray Mr. X. T. Grow. visitors for development during the coming Mr. and Sunday. Mrs. J. I). Kay visited .Air. liricly, of Marrodsuurg, was year. Mr. Wnr. S. Ray Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Dai Icy were here Tuesday repairing the Light Approximately 1,500 settings of Air. anil Mrs. Morris Teater visited week-enguest of Mr. and Mr. Plant nt the church. pure bred hatching eggs nave been Mr. and Mr. Meade Teater Sunday. Jhn Wesley Dalley. Mr. M. - Montgomery bought llstributcd this spring to Graves Mr. and Mrs. L. - Matthew visited Mr. and Mrs. Squire T. Whittaker bunch of cattle at Stanford court county farmers who nre Mr. nnd Mrs. Wm. Simpson Sunday. vliteif relatives In Lancaster Satur with County Agent II. II. Mitchell day at $33 per head. Mr, llobert Simpson and charming day hlght and Sunday. .Miss .Mary r rands .Montgomery nnd the College of Agriculture in bride were recent visitors In LancasMr. and Mr. James Foster enter was the guest of her sister, .Mrs. K, standardizing the farm poultry flocks' " ter. of that county. tained n host of friends to a delight II. Clark in Koyle Sunday. Mr. and Mr.. Wm. S. Ray spent ful Kastor dinner Sunday. In order to encourage the greatest Mr. nnd Mrs. Dennle Scott, Miss llettie nnd Mr. Woodson, of Xlcho production of corn on the smallest, acreage, Leslie county farmers have lasville, were with his mother, Mr organized a corn club, each member' K. F. Scott Friday. of which will jrive two bushels of' Capital $50,000.00 Miss Klva Jennings, who Is con grain to the farmer who produces the, Surplus $60,000.00 fined to her bed with flu and nnou greatest yield of corn on nn acre, ae-- i Honor Roll Bank. monia, is improving and her broth' cording to County Agent T. L. Brit- -' P 4 per cent paid on time deer. Frank, is able to be up; ton. posits. Call and see us. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Clark and chil. dren, Carl Klliott and Gladys Louise, BRYANTS VI LLE J. J. Walker, President. of Sycamore Valley, ntetnded ser W. F. Champ, vices here Sunday and were guests Mr. W. K. Davis and son, Newton, W O. Rigney. Ass't. to the President. of Mr. nnd Mrs. F.dd Grow. were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs.' I. G. Davidson, Cashier. aaSBBBBBBBBaSBBsf Mr. Karl Grow sold to Mr. Odus Howard King. l J L. Gill, Assistant Cashier. Bsfl iaM laV Xaylor a cow and calf, price 140. W. F. Miller, Assistant Cashier. Mr. and Mrs. Kussell Long are re He also sold to Mr. K. C. Montgom Mrs. Xaonu Hamilton, Teller. ceiving congratulations over the ar ery a can, price i.J ami bought a rival of a little son. calf from Mr. Aliin Sherrow for $25. Mrs. C. M. Dean nnd Mrs. John' Miss Westover and Dr. Rose visit NATIONAL BANK. W. Bryant attended the sate Satur.' ed the school here Monday nnd found 0 lay of Dr. Hendren, of Huckeye. the children to be in a very good LANCASTER. KY. Mrs. J. Ilogan IUIIanl spent sev-- i condition. A few cases of tracona Corner Public Square and Danville Street and some of alfected tonsils were eral days lat week as the guest of' Mrs. John Simpson, of Ntrholasvllle. found, Mr. and Mrs. K. D. Woods and hildren spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Itutlrdge in Iluena Vista. Miss Amy Dawes, of Georgetown College, has returned home after spending Kaster vacation with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Ilobt. Hutchison and children, of Danville, were the guests Sunday uf Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Kennedy. Misses Jean and Viola Itankin, of Millesburg College, spent Kaster as the guest- of their mother, Mrs. Rheumatism at 60 aa Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Dalley, of Bradahaw Mill were visitors of Mr. nnd Mrs, J. D. Ray Sunday. Mr. and Mrs, Squire T. Whittaker were bedtime callers of Mr. nnd Mrs, Wm. S. Kay Thursday night. Mr. anil Mrs, Floyd Snyder were Preston visitors of, Mr. and Mrs. Snyder, Mr. and Mrs. Cleo Ray last as Farm And Home Newt From Over Kentucky f aW a aw fasaaaW HIS LESSON Br MOLLIE MATHER 1 The jimiiu woman drew her 'lij Notice Bids Wanted rr7 It I- up suddenly nnd mit III Ihe saddle look In down u ii huddled form In llf Bids will be received by the FK-n-l "Merry!" site e.rlnlmid Court of Garrard County, on ruinlway. ii 10 Jiiiii,iI to the ground. MAY 6ih., 1922. The liinlillitCforiii wn lh.it of ii g'r jouturr limn herself, u girl wllli grii-- t for repairing the following stricken fnre burled In her nii TURNPIKES IN GARRARD COUN- iirvlrUil arms. Ivlliln.' ruNed fiMV to tnir Into It, and lnU lln TY, KENTUCKY,, lrl lluhll). "Mr deiir." die ridded, "wh.lt for the year ending December 1st, ri'Ur llilug In i.i; lying here hIii-i- i 1P22. uii niilimiohlle uilcht irusli )imi hI uti Quarries will be furnished by Uin liniment. What eter nre you think county on sections where county In ofr "I don't cure If ihh- crilh me.' owns quarries, where none is owned -I I he girl cried wildly. lli II by the County contractor must furnwould. I don't wont ! Ut' I euu'l ish same. Said metal shall be brokleiir lids any longer.' en sufficiently fine to pass through 'Well," Mid Delphlne liiiHillilitl a two inch ring at its greatest diamewell!" ter. The breaking, measuring and She fimtitiiil her K!iijr In n Ini' spreading of snid mrtnl shall be unllieii she inioo lurk in I In- - girt. "IW sensible," Ivlplilne. "ronir der stiprrvltron of county road 1 ihi d I- I- ' -- i j t. i CmZENS and lell in all iiImmiI It." When the girl mine ilMilleiilly. IM plilne pillow oil the . fiiM nitnlli.t her ii" II Mift nhotilUiT "Ibe "lf ciiure." iimller mue nf ymir Mirmiv l u iiiiin. II unmlly K I nm tuld. when ihey wnni to die. And wloi t I your nnine, tlttir 'Illy rldhl. iiml where do ym lleT l am limy." the tzirl mil hliiKly. Mi'eryooe knows me a ltoy My falher l n fnnner. nnd I liHim milk' morning in the hlg white you nre Imm nlliit:. lie n.eil lo he ftetit In liard there, tixi. What he rsIN hl 'ImlEe' lit the winmI.. I flrt met him when I curried in U k there one etenlng, nnd Mr King walked home with me It was growing ilr.rk nnd he ihoHght I'd he timid. A we wnlkeil I told him nhotit tor school In the winter, nnd and In- - told in' hw I love i hIhmiI ihe urent city when- - he rami' frmn, and how- - wonderful und life l then-- , nlel of tlo tudlo wln-rhe innWoi hi drttwlHg. .UuJ hj nnd by. afler I grew to know it tit rr lonv lonrly he lllllill heller, lie wa In the hlg etiipty rootn. with no wife to enrotinip-- . or srei-- t liim atol ltoy imuvil her word hud niliel oti, a lorn-ii- l of rellt-- f In Ihe telling. Delptilne slshed mill laitleil Ihe rrailleil bend. lie lllll-li"I klinw." Iho slim -then he told you how he would loe to tnke you there a III wife." Itimy's eyr weiv woinl-rin"Why how dlil you knowV sli d iter hen onlered iieri e e 1 ll-- nl ukml. "He said he would tearh me to wi-ii- InTe Attractive C. L. Town OF Property ZANONE Saturday, April 22nd AT 2 O'CLOCK, P. M. On Crab Orchard Street,, in the city of Lancaster, Kentucky; a modern, up to date residence, with five rooms, three rooms downstairs and two rooms upstairs, front and back porches. The lot fronts SI feet on Crab Orchard Street and runs back 132 feet from the center of said street, and adjoins the property of Wesley Zanone and Henry Moore. Here is an opportunity to buy a nice new home in the city of Lancaster, Kentucky. TERMS. One-haof purchase price to be cash in hand paid on day" of sale, residue in six months from date of sale, bearing interest at six per cent per annum from date until paid, and a lien will be retained upon the property sold to secure the payment of said deferred payment. lf TRUSTEE IN BANKRUPTCY FOR C. L. ZANONE. Robinson & W. H. BROWN Kauffman, Attorneys for Trustee. l him," she on. "mid he did. I tilt line him. that the trouble In there neer wilt be nny hnpplne the world for uie any more; yon i Hie wonl were liaM to say "It wa nil $ inMnke He dm- - not rare, after I alt. He rtuifr nl lid to me wtn-hiinteil liim out nl lilt todre. and akel lilm; he had tn)ei away so lone1 Hosy'a ar tnirot, out afresh. "He amlleil." he l.l.rl "Smlleil In hurting war, wdien urli a he lold me to forget him.' IVlphllie held Hie girt rhxe. Tliat," she rviimrkeil enihatlmlly. Ollie Kankin. "I eartly what I would do." Miss ZllUh Mrs. II. A. Dawes, And when he leftx oy later In Dawes and Mrs. U. M. Moreland and. Ihe iloor, afteniion nt tin fanulum son, James liourbon were' In Uin- - the ctrl smllnl hark al her. taguety j ille Tuesday. comforteil, Tlie charming wlnsono- Mr .and Mrs. Thomas Henry Kd-- I lady had pnMnlxit to wv her ncain wards and Miss A e Mae Kdwurds, nnd often. ItarrU King was rlshlu: In n stream ere Sunday guests of Misses Jean near (d own rosy miui when, on a and Viola Itankin. sunshiny mornliie. a veritable nymph It u bio. of Danville,' of a maid crveted him between Mrs. Jennie nrtel and Mr. Victor Ituble, of Cincinnati. foliage. "(Ieai" ukil Ivlphlr.e, "may I have been the guests of Mr. II. C. nhnre your retreat. I am not at all Ituble and Mrs. Ituble. ntia.litil hy the fart that we hate not Mesdames J. W. llryant, C. M. met. nor eteti that you may think ni" Dean. A. T. Scott, Jr., X, T. Grow n forward rrealure." and Mrs. A. H. Swope were In Dan- It a mnii stHreil In surprise, he corille shopping Monday. rected that rudeness at omu by a Dr. and Mrs. II. A. Dawes, Mrs. welcoming siulle. "I am more Ihnu iMlKhted by Ihe Ollie Kankin, Mrs. J. II. Hdwards' Misses Jean and Viola Itankin were. Invasion," he said calmly, "fortune doea not often, so favor Hie." in Danville shopping Saturday. Delphlne laughed; her soft lutimin-larMr .and Mrs. A. II. Swope, Mrs, Inuichla-was u pleasing ns her C. C. Becker nnd Mr. It. K. Swope face. ewre ,'guesta Sum(ay afternoon of "IVrbap yiMi were feeling us Imred Mr and Mrs, Kin Muss, of Nicholas-- 1 with the sltemv of niiliile as I," she said. . ville. The dn) follow lug pasvsl awlflly, Mr. Bryan Ballard, who recently' lUllghlfull), for iUrrl King. It win accepted a splendid position as specia Joy to hear lielphlne's Ingenious d al factory representative of the praise of lis drawing. TJre and Itubber Co., of Akron, l. Ill all ejniettliess mid Su, nt Ohio, writes that he Is greatly pleas- - loving longing. Harris King Hiked Del ed and has found business unusual- - pldiie lUmnlo to be Id wife. And Del ly good. He has headquarter in the plilne. restlu: her head ugHlnt Ihe Kast and Is their representative In very tree where not long ugo. she bad liMikeil up seven states. Including Ohio, I'onsyl-- ' comforted Itosy lon curling nt her wooer ihroiiKli vania, New York, Marylund, Vir-- j Then she .inlliil, a hurting ginia and West Virginia, only mak-- ; smile; It ii such as he might lime ing the cities where the population given lo Ihe nr girl who lined lilm Is 20,000 or more. His many friends "Why silly!" Uu.lutl IMphlne. "I here are very much pleased to hear hate only wblllng aw'uy u lonely of his splendid success. hour, a yoii may have done baps, when ilreil of your imlnllug Our llosy rliuliinl to nuiUM- - you, Ol Let AiNni 0 Kindly, my identity here bat kept It isiurse Advlio is mio.v; the aofier Mt'rvl. I'm resting up. getting new 11 dwells iimhi nnd falls, the loiter You In iimiitry mi'IiuIihi. the ihvie. ii sink into l lie mind. ntreuulh I liii'"'ll lo be u milling movie CoJerldse star. Due. not quite Wrhcd, Itul yixl will, no ilouht. am- - my plcllirisl Good Books. self often. 1'iler. for my iilay's. uhmit Kven should u uian make It a rut to read iiothinv until he bus a drllulu reudy. And w lien ywii do sii my fun-omlile--l IMpliine cheer' Ihe estlmito of Ita merit, be will rtnd In It lu.iy ruiise ymi u ) the eiid tint be has lost little, for fully, "I bo aaildelii-Of itiure, I any purM4 of the cultivation of tha Blind or the Imaliintlou (lie book know- Hint II won't lie much of u mi, which, la ;txn to reud toilay Is good rent heurtiirhes run come only to mil to read lo'iiitrfiiw'. Arlo 1 lutes. heart.' like Itosr's." n miM-klti11 r Old-fiell.l-i miH-kliiln-r- t Said turnpikes are laid off in sec i tions a follows, District No. It Section I. Sugar Creek pike fro as Jas. Clark's gate to Three Forks rod of roak. Sugar Creek, with Itoones Creek pike Section from Danville pike to the end, with . .rods of rock. Section 3: Poor House pike frina Klrksvllle pike to the end, with... . rods of rock. District No. 2t Section I: Mt. Hebron pike from G. W. Thompson's house to Mt. Hebra Church, with . .rods of rock. Sestion 2: Mt Hebron pike frosa Mt. Hebron Church to Sunnysble School House, with .rods of rock. Section 3: Dietrich pike from Lexington pike to the end, with. rods of rock. Section I: Bryantsvllle and Tan Yard pike, with rods of rock. Section S: High Bridge pike from Nannie Jennings to Kllta Backs rods of rock. District No. 3t Section 1: Klrksvllle pike from Hyattsvllle to Hackle), with rods of rock. Section 2; Klrksvllle pike frosn Harkley to Madison County line, with-- . rods of rock. Section 3: Krujn Klrksvllle pike to Xlna, with ..rods of rock. Section I: Buckeye pike fror.i Buckeye to Stapp's gate, with rods of rock. from Section S: Buckeye pike Stapp's to Kentucky Itiver, with rod of rock. Section 0: Poor Itldge pike from Buckeye pike to Pleaant Hill School House, with. .rods of rock. Section 7; Poor Itldge pike from Pleasant Hill school house to Ken tucky Itiver, with rods of rock. Section h: Back Creek pike from Buckeye pike to Paint I.lck Creek, with . roils of rock. District No. 4. Section I: Fall Lick pike from Dudderar's to Lincoln County line, rods of gravel. with Section 2: Cartersville pike from Richmond pike to Woods View School House, with - .rods of gravel. Section 2: Cnrtrrsvllle pike frosa Richmond pike to Woods View School House, with rods of gravel. Section 3: Cartersville pike from Woods View School House, to Car tersville, with rods of gravel. Section 4; While Lick pike from Richmond pike to Mrs. John Wynn's with rods of travel. Section S: White Lick pike from Mrs. John Wynn'a to Paint Lick Ctetk, with rods of gravel. Section C; Lowell & Gillispie pike from Richmond pike to the end. with rods of rock. Section 7; Gooch pike from Point Leavel to the end, with ..rod of rock. The bid will be on sections, but bidders will not be restricted to one section. Said bids shall be sealed and a bond will be renuired for louble the amount of the hid and said bond shall be approved by the Fiscal Court, and said bidder will present with his bid the name of his proposed surety or sureties. The bidding shall be per rod of 225 cubic feet and contractor will be required to comply with hi contract otherwls his bond will be declared forfeited. All bids must be tiled with the County Judge on or before May tith. to-w- ': 1922. The Fiscal Court reserves the right to rejeet any and all bids. M-- IRVINE STAPP County Road Engineer. Ijii- - n aen-en,'- llt-th- - Into Cnzhind was prohibited In Hit, Alt lh countries of F.uropo produced beuuilful lure. early period. It was not unknown tu the llrevks and Itoumiu. To protect Ihe native nrtlrlu Ita Importation Lata Known to th Anclsnta. was known at Venice, at aa The Central Record, Lancaster. Ky. Thursday, April 20 1922. A HARD SCHOOL i SALE OF LAND GARRARD 1 1 I By MAHV LOUISE 8UZZILL A CHAIN OF STORES frm COAST TO COAST J. M Mil, kr Mccivrt Mi,4Mr till lobster Jerry. IlirtuIlliK ttic beach, scowled a lie saw Ellen mul "that fellow" Templrtnn hurrying (town lit llii Inlrt where tli. young man' boat Iny; fur Tciuplrtnii, while ostensibly taking u luuihneeded rest, KM pa)llig Bssldtinll rourl In Ihr girl whom Jerry (mil looked iixti as hi future "Iff ever sln.e they (mil pla)ed teri'lher in children. Jerry turned Mi bark mi the ei.tiple. I.ul whm they hint pssn-- hp gave lilt rival it surreptitious ' tlKlKt liotliii; ln white k shirt, the litiiiiHctiln tf white Irniisrr ami Ihe wrist watch. Turning suddenly, Ellen caught hi crltleUiiig eye. laughed, uml i nihil Imrk : "Hetter forget jiMir lobster ni to. day, Jerry, nml bring Snmh our in tin- - Island nml picnic with iI wlHili her esrnrt mlihit n languid. "Vh. dear Iwy, get )mir Sarah mul ' roWe Jerry. "I lme iwimThank no '?mir hiwl I've something In .! besides irfrntrklng mul -- mul redlm poetry f" seeing the Imok TilHI'lHill carried. Kerch Ins Ho answer tohrmit shrug from Itl rlvul. In sullenly re-sumed IiIh work. Imt n moment Inter, after m troubled look nt I lie sky, h strode ' after Ihe p4 nickers, mul ho TrlHpl.-ti.i- l off the wharf, h rave him n hrusipte: "Hetter Keep mi )e the Uor'w.s ler. TellliletHII. those etollds IHemi wind; mul Tit cowe In with the idle. It' lough rowing ntrulnt It." Templetmi riiUiil lil brow, then umrhsjifrd a "Ah I eri HlHtm aw full), tin Thank umii. Ihi I I've iMlKtleil n ImmI M'V lime mi !" with all enil tltne before emphasis on Ike "settrwT tluit HMile Jerry hue I" Hlrh him Into the wu Irr; hut Instead, with h smotlwnsl "!ltlllihr he wunc U thif lentil ti Ihe collate he bnreil with hi crippled grandfather. The old mall MtHne Jerry lie Mr,"t MmklHC to matter fret f Mlly : "If that limp hail a enw of a I""tl 4Thi Ihi' water with lists. uln ou WORLD COY S. SANDERS STORES LANCASTER. Craitr, CIRCTIT ct al, COURT. rialntllTi, KV. Special Sale ! u'" A me week only rr - niru ' lthe) To stimulate early jprinc buying and toaajuaint you with World Tire Stores remarkable values, we are makinc this sensational reduction sale of 10 off our regular low chain store prices. Thi i the firit time in the hutory of World Tire Store that a price reduction ihi ever been p mined. Hrcaute of our chain More method of douiir buinet our rceuur ch-i- n More pnee have al been low much loivrr Hun other tirr f enu! cualitw Now for one week you can cet the famou Dunbar Fabrics, pjaranteed 6000 mile, and the mighty Michigan Cord, jruarunteed SOOO mile, at 10'i o.. Ihu u your opportunity! two cr three tires ' Huy for (easont ahead' You wve lut; money and reduce Jour mileage covti. 1U Lev Clula I OX uiscoum off ow low Chain Store Prices gtl lil) ' Dunbar Fabrics Hfllmm Guaranteed 6000 Nn 30x3 30x3!6 32x3'A 31x4 32x4 33x4 34x4 Ktft-aJt- r EXT51A SPECKAL! Monarch Cords 10,000 Miles Snlm Michigan Cords Guarantcci! SOGC Miles Bl Mara ITIc a aft far rth Rrtalrr taw Mor ahrwaMi'" tufh bIhc hi k)Hunl; Iki aMnl Mltli a rhurkle: "I hiin4iln't wnlHler fouml It true that vrienre etl ket m title 4e will lenrn fritH hard mIkmiI. Imt fi im Hlher.' afnre ke eel "Very Mkely, hot it mi) thine lM-ita In mien thrwwitii kl linmrulire, I'll I'll "Vim aitMii" In let llwl hlpperna-legrah )Mir tirt awny rlclit frrm querliil the olil man. nmler you iniMlhJr. "Why. no!" lihwitl Jerry, "hut he ' flatter her till ln " klHi any ihoo'ii he nueht-- t made on u credit of t x und twelve months, and the purchaser will be required to execute bond with approved security, for the purchase price, payable to V. II. Ilrown. Master Commissioner, due in six and twelve month respectively, with interest at six per cent Per we will come In telephonm writo filled. Mall If you annum from dnte until paid, having the force and effect of a judgment upon wh.ch execution may issue, anil a lien will be retained upon the land until the purchase nmney i paid. W. II. Drown. Master ComMi) Rose Turner, of Ijincaster, '.. T. Rice, Jr., and Robert Ration) Mr. and Mr. Wllbert Dailey and GUY. t'" li.Hrrui.tiil hl sramlfmher. "AM . missioner G. C. C. spent the pat week-enwith her Davidson were visitors last week of. son were Easter guests of Mr. and the ine. IM klmler row mit limnnl Robinson & KaulTman, '..Mrs. W. T. Sebastian, near Nina Mr. Hrnrj Tuttle ha returncil coutin, Miss Mollie ilarnes. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Sutton. mv vlmf eomlncr Ihe MiiiI-)- i.u Attorneys for Plff. 'home after n viit with Knox rrla- Mrs. A. N. Merida and son, WilJirr) iiikIiIii! ami ut iluwn. Mlr .Mollie anil r.thel Ilarnes. jjr. and Mrs. Allen Teater were liam, were visitors Friday of Mr. Lucy, Roe and Nolle Turner, Mae entertained at dinner Sunday at the The winther trew more llinuli tiliic tlvef. eterr minute- hut he walteil till the Mr. Joe Ilrewer, of Nina, viilteil Wm. Lane, and daughters. and J.lllian Kldd were Sunday after- - home of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Ray and Commissioner's ihi.ppy uioe tWe tumiil, Mr. ami Mr. Jarne Yanti Tuflay M(sr. J. I'. Foley and Tom Turn- noon visitor of .Miss Ijiverne W hit - Harrion Ray, Then, utiaMe to hear the H of Land niRht. er were Saturday guests of Mr. and lain. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Howard nnd . miiv he ran iIiimii to hi ilory, thnit Mr. C. Y. Foley of Hackley. the visitor Mr. John KIiM v .Mr. ami .Mr. James nnti ha. n Qnf Mr ,, Mrs Walu.r Caley anil the oar Into the imrlnt'kx nml pu.lnl GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. of .Mr. and Mr. Jim Kiihl, of ater. off Into Ihe fonmltiK Mrs. Guy Davidson and on, Glenn for their Sunday visitors Mr. and ,,, hlert jlr. aniI Mrs. Ugh Mober J. W. Gulley, Plaintiff, , 0 ll, (Sorden, of Lancaster were cuesta Vs. SmethliiK Mi)aheil Into Ihe ihiry. llryntville. r' niiD"y - - lley and daughter, Mr. and Mr. Earl Defendant. rone. TwMlnr taramil hv ami w Mi Dayile Runeyt wai the KUi'!t Friday of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Sutton. Elma llaker and son, Hubert, of Moberley and daughter and Clewl Milo Simpson, et nl, rendered arouml. he .imlmii hi. e)e to make j w..n,,ny nKht ( Mr nj jjr. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Turner and Judson. 'Casey were Easter visitors of Mr, at Pursuant to a judgment the unak , ., ... the March Term, 1922. out the IimMiic thine alern It Mr. and Mrs. Roy I'rather and and Mrs. W. T. Moberley. daughter, Dorothy, of Indianapolis, dersigned Commissioner will sell at Wm: ilrhen Ti mplei.ii' empty to the hlghestund best Turner are visiting friends ami relative children, Willie Francis and Collin Mr. and Mr. Raymond hirvanl! Eublie auction Court House door in and Mrs. Henry Tuttle spent a deat the III hreuth mine In horrlfliil cn.p wre Sunday eveninj; visitor of Mm. here. TYPICAL COAT STYLE Lancaster, Kentucky, nt 11 o'clock lightful Easter with Mr. and Mrs. teachMis. Mary Ilrown, who-ia lie eiiMi the awful lgnlfl nm-- of J. II. llaker. A. M., or thereabouts, on then wild rehelllon lir.tJ ing at Kryantsville spent Kaster with Wm. Walker. tie Hcht; Mr nwnt. nnj family of Va. MONDAY, APRIL 24th., 1922, I" I'xxisni ' -. ha,. BM.ve.1 to the V. K. her parent, Mr. and Mr. George Mr. and Mr. Milton Ward and the real estate mentioned in the iiolhlnKiie tathinl uml huffitKl Into Mrs. C. R. Henry entertained with Ilrown. I.envell farm. pleading nnd described a follows: I if the eruel water. It mnt not In Garrard County, Kentucky, on Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Scott and son, an elegant and delicious Easter dinMix Zelia Rice, of Rlehmond, wa hOuhl not l'! lie elit n lenlirtHll Long Ilrnnch, containing 18 acres ner, their guests being Mr, and Mrs. hout towiinl the Maml; It came hark a recent iruet of her nunt,- Mrs. Hilly Ilrown, were Sunday visitors R. II. and bounded as follows: ileginning Ward and three sons, of Mndi-soof Mr. and Mr. Andy Adam, of In a moeklmr n lm John Ponnldmii. at a point in middle of pike corner to Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Clark and her mime lot No. 4; thence with middle of pike, Araln ami uKaln hr ealleil Mrs. Joe Hreuer and dauirhter, Judson. son, r.ari . Mimehow, in S. 82 4, E. 0.77 chains, S. 20 U, E. with a wlhl hop' that Mr. and Mrs. K.I.I Haker and lit-- , I'rovey of Nina viited Mr. and Mr. 2.5 1 chains, S. 4 Mi, E. 3.70 chain, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred I'oynter enMilne miraculous maimer. he lml tie daughter, Zada ilyrl and Mrs. J William Stell Friday. S. 11 i, E. 2.43 chain. S. 24', E. Suihhnly the lalaml ilealh. tertained Sunday with an elaborate . .. It llnL'i.p Wi.rj. Mriiilili.r I. in Iijaiivilli ii i 5 chains, S. 454, E. 5 chains, S. hlaek hh't I .Mr, anil .ur. r.uii ft iiukit spciu ine - - li,imil hefnre him dining. Those present were Mr. and GO'j. E. 2.80 chains, N. 544, E. with Mr, and Mr. Wm Friday. Ihe ky. With ii mkhty effort, j week-enCHliit Mr. Ed.l Kurtz and children, Mr. 5.50 chains, S. 47 3.4, E. 2.14 chains Mrs. Carrie Davidson and Masters "lc shoreward NIHl Harmon, of Ludlow. III Miit he sent to a point in Long ilrnnch; thenco Green I'oynter and family, of LinIll he"t almost Mopxil listened. down branch, S. 59 4, W. 1.20 chains coln, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Lane, Masnrp. the atlnc for very Joy, for to a point in Long Ilrnnch, corner to ter Klza, Misses Flonnie Mae and to lahlng water a faint hall came lot No. 0; thence with lot No. U up It wn Savauah Lane. n hollow. N. 37, W. 7.25 chains, N. him out of the darkness. W. 7.0(1 chains, N. 04, W. 27 nice I llllell 3.95 chains to a post, N. 114. E. WOLF TRAIL uxrliuman effort, hi With a 4.10 chains to n stone in line of lot trained and swollen muth- hetichnl No. 4; thence with line of Lot No. were Rolan Teater, of Jessamine, the dory; two sodden ngurv 4; S. 09 4. W. 12.21 chains to the IRada this vicinity last week. g lifted out 11 hlth side to safel). and beginning, containing IK acres. In silence, saw fur murmured Thank , the same land conveyed to Milo i ii rlrnilon Out of Uus i One of Mr. and Mrs. Hiram land's Heaven "'- - Jerry Iwiikid uwuy, lurnul and Noah Marsce by J. W. I be Simpson for this splrltf'. .i im ' children is ill at thi writing. Gulley, I, his hoat towiml home, uml the ruling spring modi. It miide if or recorded by deed dated Jan. 40, 1921. page in Deed Hook No. tide did the rest. Mr, nnd Mrs. Clyde Simpson were elly mixture nnd It trimming I home As adminlHtrator of R. II. Tomllilson, deceased, we will 553, liarrnrd County Clerk's, Office. tilting no hied to Ihe luthhlcd v thing ipilte new. Note llmt Its lines week-envisitor In this vicinity. The purpose of said sale is to plmiutlon of the modified 'IN mpleti.n, nell on un straight, It sleeu' risimy and satisfy the Judgment herein for Mr. Elmer Ray got one of hi arm large. It belt the shiuvllig girl out mill he llfleil liMit, It patch poekft with interest at six per cent broikn Sunday by cranking hi car. wide, with mi orlclnnl fastening, und per annum from Jan. 1, 1921, until nrrled her up the heaih to her luii.e. hi r diHir ho asked : high paid, subject to credit of $500,00 hut spent Wednesday he iikhiired that It embodies Clewl Dailey point In the new style. paid March 10, 1922. together with "Hy what fod Klutit did Tempi. Ion night with Mr. and Mrs. Asbie Hen-drethe taxed cost of this action, estil.im Ids iKiutl" mated to be SI 35.00. lie tied It to u rock with a IH) Origin of Stilton Crises. TERMS. A number from here attended the AT FOUR O'CLOCK little roe, which mwed In two in Btllton cheese was first made In The sale will be made on a credit sale of Dr. G. M. Hendren Saturday the Eighteenth century hy a woinaa no time afler It came on to blow. six and twelve months, und the ii,.nirli virii 1. I'll he mlL-li-t have got it The house and lot on Richmond street, just opposite the home afternoon. called I'll Icy, who lived ut Stilton, of purchaser will be required to execute f p, s, Hut,'hi'H and the H. II. Tomlinson home place. if he hiiiin i levu afrui.i of getting Elijah McCullcy en the road from Unnlon to York. bonds with approved security, for Mr. and Mrs. wet!" unswereiljhe girl, uneniy. On this lot is a four room house, coal house and nood and m were dinner guet of Bhe sold the cheee to a local Inn the purchase price, payable to W. 11. 'Hut the "It water woujd hae kiT.er iiimI Ii s liin. l ti n guests spread Ilrown, Master Commissioner, due barn. City water and good well. One of the best garden friend Sunday. run nil hi wrist wuirli." said Jerry Its uterus in six and twelve months respectiveMr. and Mrs. Jasper Matthew and dryly, whlih nmark brought au ) plots in Lancaster. ly, with Interest at ix per cent per. from the girl In Ida arm. annum from date until paid, having l. rlinl This property is jiicely located and will be sold on rea- baby spent Easter with Mr. and Mrs. Mslba Couldnt Do It. effect of a Judgment, the Hut the nest mometit she pulled hi McCulley. The latest Melha )arn has It that upon force and l sonable terms and possession can be given at an early date. Hurve which execution may issue, and l.uid down, and with her urms turned up uneipetedly at a lien will be retained upon the land daughter of Paint the song-birMr. Scott and lieck, whlM'r'd; HliMiti.1 hi Look it over, come to the sale and buy nice home. iharlty and the lion, until the purchase money is paid. Lick, were with Mr. and Mrs. Elbert "Jerry, I lnply detest a wrist organizer In doing the amiable nearly W. II. Ilrown, Matter ComI Just adore the Teater for the week-enw.mh on a mail,' and fell over herself. "Everyone Hants o missioner Garrard Circuit Mesdamcs. John Dailey and Robert bear you sing badly." she burbled. ami II of lobster. Come over tomorCO. BANK & Court. row, dear!" among the guests of Then they won't." snlil the dune. Robinson & KaulTman, Sower were And with a hug that left her l.rmth-Us- , Mrs. Luella Murphy Thursday. "Utuust 1 mu't." Attorney for Pin. Jerry whlml u JuMlaut: Capt. Am Bourne, Auct. If he u i hie" $ 8.95 9.87 12.85 14.75 16.64 17.22 18.13 $ 7.95 8.83 11.56 13.27 14.98 15.50 Guaranteed 32x3'A 32x4 33x4 34x4 33xA& 1632 $1225 snd 34x4& 35x5 riccvlar Price $1413 lrkc $21.38 26.13 27.23 27.75 32.04 32.37 39.84 Chain lOVofflor oat wrtk $19.24 23.52 24.51 24.97 28.84 29.13 35.86 ant aster, Kentucky, nt 1 1 o'clock, M , ur thereabouts, on MONDAY. APRIL 21th.. IU22. iti.e real estate mentionei! in the pleading and dccrlbed as follows: I In Garrard County, Kentucky, on ' Kemper lane: Ileginning nt a point and corner to Jninc rn said ,T Martee; leaving said lane and with Mid Marsee' line S. 54, K. 2.88 E. 7.10 chains, S. chain, S. 5(5, E. pas.ing Doolin corner nt 79 link with same in all 0.79 chain to in post corner to same, N. 81 12, B. 4.77 chain to a stake, corner to , same, N. 87, E. 3.52 chains to n post .'ner to same nml with hi lino S. ,1 W. 8.05 chains to n pot at I turn of fence and corner to sjime, E. 20.52 chain to a post S. 70 corner to same, X. 834, E. 3.5G chain to a black walnut corner to same anil Ash Arnold, his line S. 2U, chain to n point in branch, W corner to same; thence up same, N. . W. fl.in chains to a point in branch, N. 71 '4, W. 5.08 chains to a black walnut corner to same, . h'J, V, 1 59 chain to an nsh, S. 84, W. corner to h 48 chains to a heech, same, N. ITS, W. 2.00 chains to a corntr to same anil Hanncry, 53 '4, W. J.-- O chains sum.-- , Nto a post nt angle of fence, corner same: N. 55 'i, W. 10.31 chain N. 57, W. II. 13 chain to at stake, corner to same. N. 6 II to. W. 8.05 chains to a small ash corner to same, S. 21. W. 2.04 chains to u stone, W. 11.73 chnins to middle N. with same N. C5U, rf Kemper E. i till chain to miuine oi une, .n. E. E. 4.31 CBBins. X. 30 2 25 euains, N. W's, E. 3.35 chains to the beg.nning. containing 110.07 acrei. ale i to The purpone of wid satisfy the lien notes against said !and amounting o Nineteen Thousand Seven Hun.Ircxl nnd Thirty-nin- e cent. (519,- Iir!!ar and tlfty-tw- o "3!. 52 with interest at six per cent )tr annum from January I, iyi, paid, and the taxe.l costs oi mis nr;.or. cstimateu to ne 1 Vs. Defendant!. 0 !u Nay lor, et al, Pursuant ti n Judgment rendered i:e March Term. 1022, the under- gned Commissioner will sell at iiibl-auctnn to the highest nnd best ilder, at the Court llouie Door, In 7I. " . 10-0- 3 S7-4- pt wf i4', 3-- 4, 1 TERMS. The Mile will be r Come Tomorrow While Stocks and Sizes Last! cannot or reserve tires. orders mT d - . ... I Sale j "" ! at I j - n, . d - PUBLIC SALE ON 3-- He-In- THE PREMISES 't d e reiu-hlli- Friday, April 28th, 192? 1 nU-iil- e tU-L- THE GARRAKD TRUST "Vimi bet. boiin , The Central Record. Lancaetei, Ky., Thursday, April 20 1922 PAID-UP MEMBERS MORE SHRUBS Helnir Interest among Kentucky farmer as well ai owners of city property It Is very gratifying to the active in the beautifying of their home members of the Chamber if Com- grounds by meant of planting shrubs merce to note that ninety of IU mem- ha been Increasing steadily during ber have palJ their ilue up to date the patt few yean, according to N. and many during the past week hae II, Klllott, of the College of Agrlcul-ture- . redeemed their obligation of the Three varieties of ihrub.i have It i Impossible to run been found ot be especially Rood for monthin nrganlxatlon without iome individual plantings while seven oth- ey anil It i hoped that thoe who ..... are sun m r. pUltnt,. that ifwe will come forward promptly one of the thw there shall be no interruption In the imrnt lMiuuX being developed by thl, fi ,o 2 work that 1. ffft h(.h an(, haj wh,le or I bod' red Mowers that bloom In May. This , The following member and firm.!,, a rMf ,hat o re date; have paid their due. to for ,,cf cl f nt. Dr. J. A. Amon, Anderson tiros.. .1,,,,,. ,i,n. Qm, .. ua. em, it "nlaKel A. M. Au.t in. ,mUvllIual clmens, Illand. J. A. t ration, I'. U. Brow, about 12 feet high and bloom, . K ,n IU S. Hrown, P. h. Brown. T(jU ,f Ju, t,n(t,rr. , Cronley . Uromlus. Hrickey. Llgln , Ilroadus. W. S. Carrier, G. It. Cur ten. It is popular for planting on rier, V. A. Canon, Jr., Central Hec-or- the edge of open vistas. CitUrns National Hank. Conn Judas Tree, the third specimen for Ilro., Conn and Conn, Cox and individual plantings, grown to be 10 Criscillis, J. E. Herron. Miss Addle to 12 feet high and hn a rose-pin- k Dlckerson & Son, Joseph, Currey blossom that bloom In April and and Gulley, Currey, Gulley and Mor-ro- May. This shrub is one that blooms W. A. Dlckerson, G. M. Dishon, before the leaves appear. Dr. J. E. Edward, Dr. W. M. EI For hedges and screens, Japanese ,., i IIOU, .. nf ,!, u,, inui r.iiiuu, v.. Francis Smith, F. I Frisbie, r.. popular, this shrub growing Garrard Gadberry. E. C. Gaines, . .. r m . ." .l flllln.. from three to four feet high. It is Chamber of Commerce Members Payintr Their Dues Promptly For Ground Improvement Used li By MILDRED WHITE Better Prices for Tobacco Hotter prices for Hurley Tobacco nlrently have been paid on account of the oritnnizntion of the HurAssociation. ley Tobacco Grower)' Men who remained ouLMde the organization shared in the benefits accruing from the better prices due to the oritnnizntion of the Association, there U miithty little doubt about that. Your banker, your merchant, your professional men all fnvor the plan on which this Association was organized. Tho itrowers who have delivered their crops are pleased with the result. Ask any of them. There are now more than 58,000 itrqwcrs of Hurley Tobacco who have come to the definite conclusion to drop the old wasteful dumpinif system of selliiiK tobacco and to adopt the modern, sensible, business-lik- e merchandisinjf plnn so successful where ever it has been tfiven a fair trial. The only people who are asking you to tay out of the Association are these who would profit by your staying out. YOU will not profit, but THEY will, and they know it. Come join your neighbors in this movement and let's ninke it unanimous. For information and contract write to I ClassiM n Cthimii RATES i Single Insertions lc a word No ad taken for leu than 20c In this column. No ads In this column charged, n 1 ve. on. '. ..... .,, .,,,,. nlsil. Mil M.trn A great house. It Is tt un n lernicvd luwn, Windows gteiiiiilni: In Hie im Milne iiHn either side of a pllliirl dixirwH)'. mul tiKin the Iiim step of tin- - wlili Mom xhilr, u girl wu nil tins. .She wore the white uniform of u house iiiiild. Hut the blue eje of (lie tt lil were ilreiiluy, uliil her tn tlrk liiy Itll) iigKlnM tier knees, Then nil til imi'e her dark lulie forwxik their dreaming, for lmre' man mile, u In the olilen tnle, ntnilglit up the wide liediutl drlwwny This He joiing limn was n slrnnger tilliilitiil in sight of her. und mine fur wnnl. iiij in Imiiil, ii ilererentlully in tlioiigli lie were Itiilit-i- l inlntreHS of I liv mansion. "Will )nu trll me." he uskeil In ileiilng lone. "If I limy ee II In Klriinur lennT" he preenlii lil ciinU itfpirUNI. 1 Sewn insertions for the pneo of five. Phone orders must be paid promptly. ture. t. Sow Rape seed for fin Hudson tV Farnau. hot pas- Ilurnee Seeds that Grow at A. 11. Iiastln & Co. p.l.) FOU SALE AO by foot. One vacant lot. 100 I. !' Thompson SO "Mi lllninur le.inhns KuneMWMjr," she eApliilnitt. The juiiiig man sut ilnn ut her slito. 1 KOIt SALK: vated Hemp Seed .l bushels nf cuttt W. II. Grluirs. Lancaster, IL 3 d, MW. "!,., Garrard To Wco Warehouse. aKe that O., J. l vim, uuuuiur u 11 I the autumn. Ilros. . Ft. L. GriK. J. D. Gulley. Hydrangea grows six to ID feet Mr. Naomi Hamilton, Dr. M. S. high and has a white or ro.e colored I Hatne d. Webb Kelley J. A. H ton. fl bIooms W. S. Hopper. Hud- H. "olttcl-u onp of the tembe I on Farnau r . S. Hughe. Dn. rin hru, that ,,,oomf laU. , ,he J. Ii. and V. G. Kinnaird, Miss Sal summer. lie I.utz. F. B. Marksbur'. Miss Sue Privet grows to be about eight feet Shelby Mason, Wm. F. Miller. Hugh high and is considered one of the Moberly, iUsn Florence Mulllns, best shrubs for hedges. The plants Drug Store, National Bank should be set from eight to 10 inches of Lancaster, Tool Perkins, Mrs. apart in a staggering row. L. B. ICalney, David Clara Prather, Japan Quince grows six be Ho, A. T. Sanders, Coy Sander, to eight fet high nntl to nfrom has scarlet Scott & Ruble, Ed Daugherty, Great ilower that blooms in May. When Southern Refining Co., Miss Joyce set from 15 to 18 inches apart, these Syler, J. V. Simpson, E. V. Spoona-mor- plants make, a dense bed that re- -' R. C. Schooler, Bradley Spratt, quires little pruning. Burton Stapp, Irvine Stapp. J. E. Siprea .which grow from six to Stormes, G. B. Swlnebroad, C. M. eight feet high, AborviUte, which Thompson, Thompson & Elliott, II. grows from four to 12 feet high andj I). Tomlinson, L. J. Vanhook, MIm Hawthorne, growing from six to ten Ethel Walter, Miss Bettie West, Miss feet high, are other shrubs that are Eva Westover, J. C. Williams. Mis popular for hedge and screen plant-ng- s. Wllmot, Jno. W. Wood, W. Sarah M. Zanone, C. M. Zanone and Kinnaird Bros. Co.. V. w, e, fore Mturltiu Uick." "Wliul the mnld nskeil. The limn l.iiislnil. "I wiis riiili l) stxiiklng inr tliutigtit iluud." lie hiiIiI. "I irnmletl my Aunt to nmke thin mil, ,iil ee Mml I luoe kept lil protlllie. mi lliut's nil. ' "Are j'mi tlail." Hie clrl qilestloniil, "In mold ei'lng Mli Deiin? Most men seek Hint fuor. All liny-- -' She lutlgheil uiiuiMilly. "I Mill kept lniy refusing them, turnlne them o(T In fiirt I in ure llml Ii why KleMimr went llll). .Site Imlr. furlune hunt ilicn, tlmt's oier'" he relleeill)' ".Vow I'll ret lie Office roams for rent on second Cttlxens National Uank. Moor oerr BURLEY CO-OPERATIVE TOBACCO GROWERS' Notice It seems Mke It J. Kngle, jroods seMlnir more near depot, (It) any other store. than FOIt SALK: White Plymouth Hock $100. einrs. IS Mrs. Roy Farther, It. No. 3. Iluckeye pike ASSOCIATION 620 South Broadway LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY. fr Barred Plymouth FOU SALK; Kock Kirss tOets. for 1C, for setting-Mrs- . II. T. Lunsford, Nina, Ky Lancaster, IL No. 1. I I Lancaster School Notes. Defeat and Victory car." The girl sprang up and reached energetically toiyanl the rohweb. Whether she reached too high, or whether she stepped too fur over the stone, lilen Hamilton could not tall, It seemed that this was an "off day" but his arm caught the maid a she for our boys, but defeat was more swayed toward lilm; and a he held than over balanced by the victory we' her for the spare ot a moment the an annual spring clean-u- p campaign j Kned over Harrodsburg two days dark laolied ejes gated startled Into his own. working strange mad havoc is of vital Importance to every com later. Slowly he reThl game was at Harrodsburg, In Ills honet heart. munlty of any size. The degree of leased her, while crimson Hooded the immunity during the summer months and we returned with a victory of girl's face. will be influenced by thoroness or J to 3. The next game will be at "1 must go In." she said; "there's Springfield and it is hoped that the the cirreioliilt-ncbe kof it in the community to attend to. One boys will add another victory to their letter from your mint," she uld, "pavlist. ing the way for your reception. I reA city or community-wid- e cleanrun now-- , the up now may head off an epidemic of The Seniors have begun their prac- (lien llumlllon, tiume mentioned. Mr. Yet )ou profess not Infantile paralysis this summer. tice on the Senior nlav and hone to In tie u fortune hunter!" The battle against this disease is make it a success. "And 1 biii imt," the young man one conducted for the most part in denied. "Rather than marry Laugh and Live the dark. Medical men do not konw a woman for her money I'd " exactly how It is spread. "If a farmer has 4,000 bushels of "What?" teased the girl. "Marry her maid," the young man They do know, however, that the wheat," said Miss Sanders, "and sells disease has been made less perilous them at COcts. a bu. what would he retorted. They laughed together. "Seriously." added lilen llnmlllon. "I I n.l .!... alii, .vl.nilu. ii ,1... I...... tiiir Mi(r Vlhic ifuI" unless It be for Luclen Thompson "An where clean-u- p campaigns have be-- 1 auto will neer miirry, loe." come a regular annual public health mobile." "And will you tlnd loeJ" dured the Dbease-breedinmeasure. places; Mr. Willams "Jack, what did you girl. are at thl time wiped out of exlst.jirUrn jn ,chooj todayr "I mil not nulle sure." he heltated, Jack "1 learned that the Arith- -' "hill I think that I iiiii on my right en"; g germ thrive metic proWems you worked for me way lo And It. Will )ou let me come tomorrow to lake you for u drive, or best in warmth, dampn es and dark-- . m t night were wrong." would )ou prefer to visit me here, In ness. The places furnishing these conditions should be sought out andi, Lucille "When a woman il in the gurdensl" Tho girl considered, ,0Vt ht? ctt like a fool." thoroughly cleaned. "I shall first have to nsk Mrs, llas-kln- s Mttle "Maybe, but when a man Flies are without doubt one of the, the bouse matron." she answered greatest spreaders of communicable ' in ,ov U Un'1 "gther acting." primly. They transport germs I S. B. to hi dad "Dad, can you diseases. "Mrs. llaaklns arts as iiacnn from peron to person. A tly killed sign your name with your eyes when inn here hlnne." A winnan slepl'd from a rur. n she spike. In April is equivalent to millions shut?" "Mrs. Ilusklns," hegnn the girl, "this ! filled in August or September. Hi dad "Certainly." (Hon lluiiillton. lie hoe to Mosquitoes also spread diseases S. B. "Well then, shut your eye Is Mr. meet Miss lieun, Imt as she hut gone ind these pests tlnd ideal breeding and sign my report card." nwuy. I would like to take her place lace among empty cans, bottles, ,.,7I Claude "What would you say If entertiilnlng him toinnrrow nfteniom. jnd broken crockery partly filled 1 In the gardens." 'ouT with water. The elderly womun smiled. Mlttie "I wouldn't be in a posi- "1 will leu out to )oii there. ! tlon to speak COY Nora," she agreed. EXCURSION The timid doffiil her rul'.liil cap. ' klsasd you, would Many day. shall pas but we can'ti "1 Immiwiil Mary's dusting outfit," she expt.ilnrd, "while 1 utuused myself forget the pleant day we spent at''ou c"am;,, . el, but please don't ulxiut the hull, liood ufternism, Mr. hi Vinm. nf Mr ami Mr. J. O. Har. , and return mind that." Hamilton until tomorrow." din near Coy. The following guest via he xaliL und held "Tomorrow." "How did you get your Algelbra for dinner were Mr. and Mrs. J. V. hhti'l. When he was gone. $2.85 L. & N. $2.85 Taylor and Monta Hardin, of Lex-- . today?" Ota's mother asked him. close her Oeun lunn-il- , the light of Klennor ington, Mr. and Mrs. Green Harrison "You look so pleased I'm sure you luughter ujHin her lotety face. "And Further reduction for children. and family, Ezra Whittaker and Jack did well." 1 told III its no ties," she Informed the May 7th., 1922 "No, I didn't know my Alzelbra tierptexed housekeeper, "fur the world-wearMerrat, of Richmond, Annie Mae and I couldn't remember my Arith-Berth- a Mt. Special train will leave Laval had gone uwuy uli) Hebron, much, Eluinor JUnsford Speake, of and I'helba McQuerry, Ven.'metic nor Science either very well." very fur uwuy. Tlie girl who waited caster 5s39 A. M., returning HI mothtr showed her disappoint-Mosal- e dreaming, was only u girl till unknowwill leave Fourth St. Station,' cln, Lawrence and Sallle Sparks,' prince--wCincinnati at 6:30 P. M. CenHicks, of Coy, John Rborer,men( but Qta had consolation in re-- ing, uwaltlng her true euine!" tral Standard Time, (7:30 P. ! Wilmore, Lillian Kent, of Poor serve. ( mother," M. City Tim. ) no matter, Itldxe. The oldest present was Mr.! "But that's Railway Employ Btlgian Wsmtn. For futher safermattMi con- -' l.l'zabeth Matthew, age 79, having he said, "the boy admire me. They In lU'ltfliliu women ime In the rullnruy, iotul und tele ault Lcal Ticket Agent been an invalid for eleven yean, but say I've got the bluest feet In the graph service slniv 1K&. clasi." declared she spent a nice day. j Keep Your Health! webs, "Then." the girl sighed. "I sat down here, feeling sorry for poor Eleanor." "Poor Eleanor!" exclalnHSl the man. amnieil. "Willi u mllllnn In her own right, faroreil, nli. I understand, with youth, beauty and charm. And you feel orry for her." The girl nodded her heud emphatically. "No one really luvea Klennor," she nigh. declared, Ihen smllel. "Unless It t 1m me. They lute hrr money und the We only know you passed away, things It buy for them. So she will And could not even say goodneter iintrry. She told me so before bye. she flew- awny last night In her motor- rs." The young ii'nn regnnleil the girl's l!iilieil. angry fatv with Interest. "Vuu s)lnpntlile with jimr eiuplojer." he Kiiil, "und )ou cull MU Vet, ou are her malik ierliawl" "I Bin," the girl inrreeteil. ".l I lean's eouipanlon, Alxt. 1 attend to I came bark her correionilenre. lo K'i over a lot of nmll. ami found that the servants had taken a general hollilay, lenlng the houe vaSo I wiu dusting the neglect cated. l riMitiiJt until I ruiue out after cvle Di-iir. 4.13.CI pd FOUND: Goodyear Tire and Itlm how we loved you, Dearest Oscar, Pure bred S. C. FOU SALK: on Lex'ngton pike. Owner can havr Tears of silence often flow; White Leghorn Kcirs, S cenu each same by paying for this notice and Itaby Chicks. I2ScU. each. Memory keeps you ever near us, Tho you iIIihI three weeks ago. calling on I.. Cobb at the Arnold LivMrs. Richard Anderson, ery staMe: (It.) Stanford. Ky., It. 4, l'eaceful be thy sleep, dear Oscar, A irood mule, five FOU SALK: It is sweet to breathe your name years old, ready for the plow. Will In life we loved you dearly, I have a number one coming two sell on six months time. In death we do the same. year old Jack I wish to sell worth the W. 11. Griinrs, , money. Phone Paint Lick Ex- (lt.-pdLancaster. Ky. R. 3 After years of toll for other change. S. C. Henderson, And at last a bed of pain, Paint Lick, Ky. Uarred Uoek FOR SALK: You are sleeping, best of friends. Flock built from New IS for $1.00. And we long for you in vain. bert, Thompson and Nlehlot strain, Headed by new blooded males each I offer for ssle at a bargain my The blow was hard the shock severe. Mrs. T. U. O Hearn. year. We little thought your end was store room and stock of goods, also 1st., 192:!: Kcldt Yellow Dent Seed Corn, SKKD COUN FOU SALK $1 76 Johnson County Whit Seed Com, a bushel. Test 100-7- 0 ears to bushIn memory of Oscar Huffman, who $1.60 per'buthel. Csrmlnstion 100 el. Hox 173. It .F.l). I. Lancaster, lost his life in Tulare. Calif., April per cent. Hudson A Farnau. F. Kelly In Memory Jack For Sale 40-O- .) Ks, For Sale Privately maiket In meat i connection. Thl rU CLEAN UP. (By Dr. R. II. Bishop.) I found some figure recently d which proved about of the deaths of persons under 40 are caused by diseases contracted from filth. This seem to leave no doubt that one-thir- Last Wednesday the High School base ball team met its first defeat' of the season w hen the team of Crab j Orchard High went home victorious.! house-cleanin- g. e g ; Disease-produein- , 1 kl,J a good stand with a new stock of Oliver Cultivators. Disk & Smooth-ini- r goods, bought sincv January 1st,, Harrows, Corn Planters, Double 1922. For further information call Shovels, ecrens, doors, windows, gar S. II. Kstes, on den plows and hoe. IluicKles and Lancaster, Ky. Harness Collars, Hames aryt ilk If we had only seen you close your ( eyes, Hands and Pads cheap. Win fence And rould have said good-bye- ; at ftScts. as Innir as it lasts. Hut we know it was the best. J. K. Mount Co, AH persons having claims against So we are sjtisfied. the estate of the late Alex It. Denny, Uarred Rock for sale at $t.QQ A Friend. will present same to me properly per setting or Sets, per tgg by th proven, on or before April 15th., PLEASANT HILL 100. Flock headed by K. U. Thomp1922. Person knowing themselves son Strain. Phone 378-Miss Agnes Simpson has been visit- indebted to said estate, will please Mrs. Tandy Center, settle with me at once. ing relatives. Paint Lick. Ky., Route No. 2. ) Kxecufor. S. C. Denny, Sunday School has been organixed at Pleasant Hill. Girl wanted: To do cooking and Mr. and Mrs. Caleb Johnson enMy farm containing about 47 'i house work. Good home for right tertained a number of relatives last acres more or less, located on the party. Hoard and washing furnish Sunday. Poor Kidge pike and known as the ed. Write N. II. Younir, Paint Lick, are Alma Sanders farm. The farm Is Ky. or Dr. J. A. Goodrich, Lexinic Mrs. Alois Turner Mr. and with the tatter's parents, Mr. and all in grass and can give immediate ton, Ky.. McClelland Uulldimr. possession. Those interested can Mrs. Jim Simpson. and children write me concerning price, etc. Salesman Wanted. Paint aid Mr. Adrian Metcalf Mrs. Leslie Harbor, spent Sunday with her jiarents, Mr. Varnish Salesman In your territory Danville. Ky. to sell to property owners factories nnd Mr. J. Simpson. and Dealers. Salary and' one-haPearl Mis Ktta Ross and Misses uur rilr.3. and Maggie II. Hurt have been visit- to miu nli.i wattt, i:ro profits to man who can qualify. Krerythlttu Ilijr Four Paint Varnish Co., but he who kwMii uiltertlsi wait relatives in Jessamine. Cleveland. Ohio, Salesmsu. - longest. Tie Mrs. W. Matthew and Miss Arleigh Matthew spent Monday with A steady drop will wear a hole in All the Samt. Funny ttwl 'I e eeret of mires la a rock and the use of bleached (lour Mr. Carrie Whittaker. 111 success I In lce the hiwill destroy your digestive system Mr. and Mrs. I.ixa liolton, Mr. and life lni,.w iiHii and yoUl The vitamine is killed and turned to keep jour Grow have been recent Mrs. Hobart mouth slilll a particle of poison. Your Governguests of Mr. Mete Crow. ment has spent a halt million to pro-teMr. Walker Uurdette und children you and has forced it to be spent Sunday night at Buckeye with labeled. Glen Lily is the only one AT COST FOR CASH her iter, Mr. Hobert Carter and that is safe; eojts no more. attended a Kaster program. Garrard Milling Co MY SINGLE COMB Itcv. W. M. I'eal will preach at BROWN LEGHORN EGGS Pleasant Hill the fifth Saturday night und Sunday night in this 10 for 7ScU., 100 for Si.OO In All persons having claims against KFvery one is invited to month. Lancaster. the estate of J. II. Poiey, deceased, come out and hear him. 10 for $1.00, 100 for )S.OO by present them to the undersigned mall prepaid within third zone. properly proven, or to my attorney, - L. Walker. Forest Calico, Notice i (4-C- For Sale Privately f) lf 'IhIi . ct Notice FIRST ERLE C. FARRA I- BOX 173, LANCASTER, KY. ( Kxecutor. CINCINNATI, OHIO 20 Cents Per Gallon Eggs A laby Chicks FROM OUR S. C. DARK BROWN LEGHORNS. POR 8ALU Good Asphalt Roofing Paint, also Motor Oil In medium and heavy, at 30 to 35cts. per gallon. These oiK and paint are worth three time the price. Come look them over. L. G. Davis. Paint Lick. Ky. Sunday, ho Greatest winter layers and money makers. Eggs, $1.23 per IS and up. Gfekkt IScts. and up Give them a trial If not satisfied we will return your money, Shoes! Shoes! u Rockdale Ftitltry Fan ntrnu tills k 1 eeaei ismj, ay. Ladies white shoes and slippers, slightly worn; highest grade and best quality. At the old llrummet atand near the Garrard Tobacco Ware-hom"The Home of Many Shoes," A. J. Thompson, Prop. e. t.)