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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): April 27, 1922 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1922 cen1922042701_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): April 27, 1922 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1922 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. 2 SECTIONS 10 PAGES THIRTYtT MIRII YKAH THE CENTRAL RECORD. LANCASTER. KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON. APRIL 27. 1922. Throiutlt SECTION 1 8 PAGES NUMBER 3. SMALL INCREASE IN BURLEY CROP SEEMS PROBABLE MUCH WORK Ih'IiiK President Stcme, of Hurley Association, However, Says Chumker of Cwmmorfe, eveilt(f of hn' Additional Acreage Fritioy. the JUt., it wn diidfd to Will Not Kxeeed 15 To 20 Per Cent GROWr.RS ARi: liNCOUKAGF.D To Atlopt Strenuous Measures Will ho Organize To Have (Minmlior of Commerco Unless u I tales Are S;.rlnjri.lJ Win Out In Tl.r Hlihth Important Meeting Will He Held Hall Cluli This Year. A. Hettor Observed Turtday Night Topic Dl.tuiird at l.ait Mrrllnc I). Joseph Chosen ChairCOX OUT of tiii: cami: Shortly nfter the water wrk lake man of The OrKanf-.ntlo- n One of the most important sprint; At thf weekly mcetlHir of the Captain Henry and hi llirh Schol rwrntdeted. or to he nteurnte, ho! I ionm motorod to Soring-fielwith a badly crippled team and lot tkoir Knmo to thr Whinrton CoHnty lad by thf art of IS ti 7. Although thi mhihoV very much like It wnt a one idiil however, we beg to that it wan n dandy from ttnrt to Anih. Coorh Whit takor w badly preooed far men at two of hi regulnr were out of the game on account of ttudfat and of cimrse thy were bodly mied in the d Accomplllie(l Captain Henry's High School Team Defeated FISHING CLUB Mr. Man Your Attention Please Ex-Servi- ce TOWN TEAM A Tlmt the RfMeral tobae. situation in the Hurley section l greatly over whM it wm n yimr age, tuat i I t- nnd IiMt the incrat in r..p of 10 J will not lit mure proto 1H per cent mxvt duction of IM1 re statement. mude liy President J a me C. Stone, of the . 't growera are itnirljr their i.n the opefittion r of enemir-ag- e r lr Hurley TolHieco Grower' In response to to the tobacco situation and thf prsbable production far the cumin; icumh. statement Mr Stone my in hi will not total ( thr crop of n ore than 175,000,000 pound; that 112U.00U.UOO Iurtl of Uih ha been andled by the Hurley ntttx'iatUsn; .00.W awl rt.000,-00that between. pound of thU ha beei ebl t manufacturer "nt very HlWiUry pricct to th grtswers." and that the atsociatien will noil tin- - rwntnineler and t in a it t urnpfriy I nzed in hegsbeini. In in statement Mr. Stone ay: 175,' "There nr' nooroiimatfly of Ue 010.000 i rap of Hurley tnbaceo, which h the that ha mnllet rrwts of Hurl ) m grown In thf pot Of Icon yeart hortage i tltif largely to iv.. th t ir extremely low price rentHed by ,e grower but year, together with tar generally unsettled bu4ni con- it. tiont uf thf country. "Purine latt summer und last fall t cllurley Tobacco Grower' C operative AMitlqn wat organized and actually began functioning on the f i 20th of January, and throughIH0.- atvK-atiowe have handled 000,000 poundt hi this year' crop, amount beWe havf sold of tb tween 5S.OO0.0OO and 00,000,000 nt very atfactory price to I an ml tie grower anil will wll thf balance and as soon n it i properly pried into hi:lu'ail. Aoetatlon, n ,t re-dri- piit. iniit!2 rf-lrl- 'From A. (lenry nnd Warren Feibfr, of N'irholaville, will open a bathing beach at Camp XeUon on the (Inr. rard .ide of Kentucky river thi summer. There I n long sandbar at this point and the promoter expect building conto erect a mxty-foo- t c np "Thf KfRernl tobacco situation in taining dressing room, etc., and a t ie Hurley Mtion i Krwitly itnprov-c- J dancing pavilion. over what it wn at this time latt Relic j ear The grower urf very much encouraKotl, and feel now, that mre A Mr. Klli. who claim to be trnv. n through thf operation of thdr fling from Saint Loui. dropped into they have found a way out town latt Monday and incidentally of their trouble. dropped tcvornl of hi crip bill. "Tim genfral fft liHi; of bfini; abW He claimed he wn a relic hunter, and t) help thenxflvot, and the botter during hi one- day ttoy here, proved price winch have been realMed for to be a connoi.eur of unusual abilt'u'ir biKKixt money crop through ity, and during the day purchattnl a tue.r aMociation, hn civen them new few Indian relict, among thorn lir.pr, and thi feeliliK em ti be per- an eld Indian pipe and medicine In thr bowl, which he bought of J. Raymond il rating every line of buine Hurley dwtnet." Hateblen, paying $50.00 for the two piece, lie bought several let of obi coin and displayed n roll of l thousand dollar, which he mtd For Christian Kntloavor of The on hi perton. K if thf crop will bf iiicrt-nn'i- l tM year evrr lait front 15 to 20 pt-- r rent in acrfni,'i' but it li hanl to tell unt the ultimate outcome of production will be, for the reoion that u father romllUont for thf next four month play urh an important far t r n the tilt' ami quality of thf ri as a prfft Imlk-atioi- It looV tend a dflfgnUon of nt lmt four to the monthly meeting of the Hlue League, which would ?o into (irn iMton Weiliifwliiy noon April a 0th, at the Hotel (HymUn, KMwhhiiiI, Ky. Announcement wai innile that the burineiM men were curwidMrlnr the tervmg of refrfhmunU on the day in early May wh n the finrrard (Hin-t- y Tohocco iirower wtM recnMf their tefottd intnllment Through the activities of the higli-wa- y deportment, the Inrge conapwu-ot'nitfd .State Tire Compony't lgn on the Lexington I'ike, near nnd UrynnUville, ho ben now give publicity to (Inrrard County excluively, ("hairtMan Farm reported that the Cincinnati-Chattanoog- a lookout Mountain Airline Attociatioo, pro- HMrd to bold a meeting in Lexing. ton dunng the1at week of April. Mr. Wm. Miller aiMretmnl the member with reference to the advantage that might be derived from populuritmg bae boll locally. The idea would remit In at leatt one local game weekly during the Mimmer month and that the iiecr of the venture depended largely upon the w Ulingnf houie of every buino in ton n to cbe for ieeral hour particular on that afternoon. It wa dfChled to dicu matter thi meeting at which furthfr at the time every minkvter in IrftncMter wn rrquetfd to he pMfftt. On of thf C. of C. oiricuU an mtrview with a manager Telegrah Company and of the it k probable that the bitter organi town zaiton win ngreo lo give tervkc which every other town of it Mie in the Mnte. enloyn. SeVfrnl member familiar with th preent inturance tituutton indiratfd that there wa convblerable probability that the inouranre rate in would be incrensisl very tbort-lunlf certain pncautionar meat- ureo were adopted in the very near future. Several pretent enihaiz-ei- l the adviiibllity of having thf Chamber of Commerce nnd City Official ditrut thi matter informally at the next available meeting. u d ntt l'tal ;. y New Bathing Beach Hunter ao-cmtio- TACKEY PARTY Christian Church ,ov-era- Harrodsburg High Kill membur uv the ChrUtian In Tomorrow Lancailrr l lusirby axinl ami .fiihully I'layt to be proiMont at a tarky itiMtfd llratton Will Probably Start party nt the home uv ir bnrd-timThe Contett Mr and Mr. Clinton Hantin on Camel St. Friday eveiiln, April '28th. One of the bet game uf ball that Don't nobody wear nulhui new nor fan may expect will be pulled I nlerko will bee approprtt fer the line olT tomorrow (Friday) afternoon at We will mv a priz tu nicH ocaihun. Cum and the local ball park at .1:!i0 prompt. t'se tai'kie.it one pruent. Let's go out and root for the home br ine another turkey puron with yu Thii here will bee a meniurin team and help them win over the e lart Mercer county lad. Do You Need A Sign? Mass Meeting From thi date on the Fredrick Hurley Tobacco Grower Markwtlnf Sirii Co., of Shelbyville, Ky., will Association make IU headquarter in Laltcniter, Ky., dolnic new and Sgn There will be a limn meeting at work of nil klndi. Work guarantee!, the Court House in Ky., price right, (live me n trial. Saturday, April 30th., 1022 at 2:00 Your. o'clock I', M. sharp. All member Wm. L. Fredrick. of the Hurley (J rower Tobacco Mar"I'hone No. 108" "The pen i keting Association are urgently requested and urged to be present for mlKhticr than the iword," thi very Important matt meeting. Hon. Wm. H. Shanks, Director Ballard Oblltk Flour I pur, healthful and dcliclou. It i mad frcm thi dittrict will address the tpolUttly clt mill from tht meeting. In vary fint of rhat. Try a tack lo. LEWIS L. WALKKIt, day. Hudtoa 4V Farntu, Chairman. Several of the old "War Howe" met Tuesday night and folly decided to have a base be. team for thi season. It goes without ahvny. saying that Lancaster ha been nmongst the fore runner when it come to 1ml I team and this year contest. will be equally n. good if not better The ue of thf "tick by Daniel, n they haveomc new material to Cmtchlleld and Hrntton were the look forward to and the pro port are fi'iiture of the game, they each got better than ever before. X bat hit nnd llratton a 2 bate hit, Mr. A. D. Joseph wa chosen temtook the iplce otf the cake by getporary chairman to work the organiting a homer. zation up and we feel sure that the Captuin Henry wa right there boys could not hove made n better with the good nnd worked hard to as Mr. Joseph will go into bring victory hack to hi chool. the work with all hi might. The outfield wa bad in thi game, The next meeting of the club wilt and wa largely repnibie for the be held next Tuesday night ut the Iom of the game, llratton on the Chamber of Commerce Headquarters, moMnd wa invincible up to the where it will be openly discussed fighth inning. The object of this organization i and then attend thi meeting Tues- with all the busines men and merNOT to prevent anyone from fihing, day night?" chants of the city. It is not the idea Good it it true tickets have been refused for the boys to ask for money, the wa several person, but thi for only thing nnd reason that they want Sanders-Holtzcl- aw School At Auditorium Satorday good and .utTicient ren.ont, and no your pre.ence at the C. of C. meetThe marriage of Mr. Clyde Holtz-clagood citizen who it wilting to abide Ni:.t ing Friday is to show to these boy of thi city, to Mi Verna that you will support them. If you by the of the club will be A good crowd houl.l and doubt-- ! refused admUiinn to the club. The Theltna Sanders, of Danville, was are interested in a ball team for wiU attend the ploy "Valley duet this year are one dollar for old consumated in Lexington la.l ThursLancaMer, attend the C. of C. meetFarw" to be rendered by the Mt. member nnd two dollar. for new day afternoon at the home of Rev. ing tomorrow (Friday) night. Hebron at the lincnter High members and any member who fail T. C Kcton. Hapti.t minister of that Saturday el to pay hit due last year conies city, who otficiuted at the ceremony. School Auditorium next Rice evening. Th cat of character and under the head of "new member." Mr. Holtzclaw i the only son of .ynpi "f the play appear on an- Now the organization I being very Mr. J. F. Holtzclaw, of thi city and A marriage of unusual interest to other page in thi iue. The lay badly imposed upon th season? both i the junior member of the firm of friend of the groom, especially, was wa given at the Mt. Hebron chool by perun who have been members J. F. Holtzclaw nnd Son. furniture that of Miss Elizabeth Giles Thomas, n few week ago and created uch a a well as those who never belonged dealers and house outfitter.. Mr. of Lexington, to Mr. Harry Donaldmnnv re- - to the organization and to .uch an Holtzclaw is a splendid young busl-ne- s favorable imiireion. that son Rice, of thi county last Thurs(iut,.d thut ,t bt. in Un-th- extent that it ha man, nnd a graduate of the Lan- day afternoon at the home of the been compell .Saturday evening. cMt.r ed, to employ an mpector, who will caster High School in 1021. He is bride's mother, Mrs. Yeba Matthews His bride i a Thomas, in Lexington. Dr. A. V. be there each day to see that all per twenty years old. Court Day Doings sons taking advantage of the filung charming nnd beautiful young bru- Fortune, of Central Chrittian church I.ntt Monday wa. county court privileges i in pot.e.ion of a tick nette, 1J year old, and a daughter wa the officiating minister and the inspector of Dr. and Mrs. P. C. Sanders, of wedding wa a quiet and simple afday in liRcater ,aml while the town eU After May 1st. thi Danville. After a few days spent on fair, with only members of the two wa practically full of people, very will report the name of oil person little trnding wa done during the A.hlng without tickets and they will thiur bridal trip, Mr. and Mr. Holtz. families present. The Fishing claw returned to Lancaster Int Mon day. A few plug horte were told be dealt with legally. The Lexington Herald hn the folday and have taken room at the lowing concerning the wedding: Club will have the hearty from $811 to $76. of the City Council and the home of the groom'. parents. Alex Doty bought 100 fat hvgt for The houie wa elaborately decoThe young bride will receive a rated with spring blossom and an immediate delivery for $0.00 a hun- authorities in the .tep, which it dred. A tmall bunch weighing about claims it i forced to take in order warm welcome from the people of altar of tlowert and ferns wa arand community, all of ranged in front of the mantel in the 100 pound each, brought $12.00 a to keep the lake in condition nnd well whom join in wishing them n long drawing room. The bride and bride-gnohead. Sam Andcrton old 17 head stocked. Another rule which they propoe life filled with happine, joy and of hog. to W. L. Lnuton for 10 cenu. entered from the hall and averaging ISO pounds. Carrier and to rigidly enforce i. in regard to contentment, stood before the waiting minister for No child under 10 Hrown purrhated 'J3 head of cattle children fishing. the marriage service. A light brown Summer traveling suit, with hat to match, wa for $30 a head. .Shirley Hudon ol years old will be allowed to lih un' The n bunch of hog. to W. L liwton for let accompanied by their parents worn by the bride and she carried School To Open n tittle French bouquet of ophelia '.4 cent. John Dinwiddle sold n This rule I. a matter of precaution. pair of mule, two year old for $110. a it i dangerou fur children to be rotes. 20th. unattended. Hop The houte and lot on Crab Orchard about the lake After the ceremony and congratustreet, belonging to Charlie Zanone over HI year of age are required to On January 27th., of the present lations the bride and bridegroom left wa told publicly to Charlie Haeirlem have their ticket and are not per ear, the State Hoard of Regents, for u trip. They will be at home mitted to lite parent tickets. consisting of representatives of the in Lancaster, Ky., where Mr. Rice for $2,&C0. State University, the Katern and the is in business. Many )iand.ome gifts Commiioner W, II. Hrown told several tracts of land before th Western Normals, and the Louisville were bestowed as they are extremeMr. Poff Normal, together with the Superin ly attractive and popular young peocourt house latt Monday, by virtue No boy with hi llrtt pair of red of judgment rendered nt the latt the ple and from prominent families. top boot., wa ever os happy a Char- tendent of Public Instruction, Hon. (,eo. Colvin visited Nazareth in term of the circuit court. The Hal-le- lie The bride is the eldest daughter I'elf, our genial and accommodatplace on Itichmond street wa ing mail order to inspect the work and equip- of Mr. Thoma nnd her father wa the carrier, who deliver bought by llobert Long for $3,100; ment with the view of giving the in- the late John Walker Thomas, of mail to and from the train to the certificating privilege.. Af- Eminence, Ky. She is the niece of thi 4oce obl a few year ago for poetoifice, all on account of his new stitution nearly twice thi amount. The Odu pony ter a detailed inspection, they ex Mr. W. J. Thomas of Shelby county, ami wagon outfit which he reN'nylor farm uf 110 aero wn bought cently purchased for the trnnperta-tio- n pressed themselves highly pleased a contributor to the welfare of Tranby Theo Currey for $ I OR. JO an acre; with everything, and at their next sylvania College. Maj. Gen. Aquila of Uncle Sam's mail. He hat nev thi farm told a few year. ago for er been accused of violating any of meeting unanimously voteil Nazareth Gile and Hrigadier General Joseph nearly $300 an acre. The Manuel full certificating powers. McDowell of Revolutionary fame, the city speed law., but when he furm of SO acre wn Thw means that Nazareth Teach- - were in her ancestral line and she bought by drive thru town he it given a wide r' Certificate, whether Klementary, is one of the most charming of the Haldcn Hrother for $140 an acre. berth,' for he a "forty-four- " Mr. Herkelr' bind of SS acre wa buckles to hi carrie Intermediate or Advanced, will re young representatives. After gradide and look a ol.l to J. C. William ceive the same recognition as that uating from Hamilton College she for $S0U for "Monarch of all he survey.." given the Howling Green the Rich- was a student for three year at the fHtire tract. Thi land wa d mond, or the Louiville Normal. at $828.00. Milo Simpon'. Transylvania College, and i a leadMoney place of U aer- - wa pure ha ted b The Summer Normal Course of ing member in the Chi chapter of W. U. Crigu. Jury Commititioner, David Ho, in l'.)22 will begin Tueday. June 20th, the Chi Omega fraternity. for $1,107. The (ieorMf Mnrof place, containing 10 form u thnt the jury money for and will lat mx week. Not only Mr. Rice has unviable record as aiTf went tu W. S. Ilrttl. for a total thoe who served during the past will professional studies be open to an officer in the World War, having of $800.00. court i ready for imyment at the teachers, I Hit thoc also of the Hitch been in the service oversea in the Citizen National Hunk, anil can be School and Junior College. battle of St. Mihiel and the argonne. The situation of Nazaroth, re- - He x the son of Mr. '.. T. Klcc, of had for the akiig. No further urgLayton ing U neceary. we feel sure. Mr. mete from the buy scene of com- Richmond, Ky., and wa graduated Mr. Kdnu Uyton. relict of the Ho wa appointed jury commi.ittn-e- r mercial life .It modern conveniences, from the Millersburg Mitlitary Instilute Jnmos l.'iyton. died at her home nt the last term of the circuit ind splendid equipment for yeicnce tute and the town State College, a in Cincinnati yetturday morning at court by Judge Hardin, succeeding and literature, enable it to oirer member of the Iowa Gamma chapter eight o'clock after an illno of sev- J. J. Walker, Jr., resigned. The ap advantage to teacher who of the Sigma Alpha Hpsilott Fraterneral month. Mr, lytow wa ilrt pointment is a good one and every- desire for thewselv. greater effici- ity. d ears of age and wri n former them-lv- u ency, or who must provide body i glad "uncle Dave" got it. Mrs. Thoma received the gu county woman, and much bewith certificate according to as.!tted by her daughters, MUse loved, being a tUter of Mr. J. I). legal requirement. Any teacher Mary Henry' ThoM ami Ruth ThomCannon Ball Culley, of this city, lw was at her who wih to attend the Nazereth Sum as. An uncxploded cannon ball was mer School would do well bedtide when the end came, having to tend Among the member of the family been called there Tuesday morning. plowed up on the farm of Mike Ro- in their applications at toon a par- pretent fer the marriage were. Mr. Mr. Layten i survived by two ger, a few day ago, near the Dix tible. W. J. Thomas, Mr. and Mr. H. A. children, Mr. Ollle and Mr. river bridge on the obi Danville pike. Tbomat, and Matter H. A. Thoma. Joe Hoggt, of Frankfort and Itich- It is in a tine state of preservation Meeting Jr. all of Shelby county, the bride' mond. The remain were cremated and evidently wus II red during the Mr. Caleb MeDowell will be a call meeting of the three uncles: There in Cincinnati yettenlay afternoon. retreat from I'erryville and accord Mathews, of Detroit, Mr. Joseph Mc ing tu John M. Duncan, Women's Club Saturday afternoon $1,000.00 to loan if application it the bluff on which it was found, was at four o'clock. Very important Dowell Mathew. Mr. Pryor L. of St. Loui. Mr. .. T. Rice, made at once. Alto want to buy right in the course of the artillery business and every member urged to Rice, Miss Carolyn Rice.: tecond-hannafe. Lancaster Uuild-In- g during the ht'lling of Lancaster, be prvent. Mr." R. E. Mcltobert. Mist Zcliu Mattvr Z. T. Rice, Jr., and Robert and Luan Atwclttion. The relic can be seen at thi otfice. Mrs. V. C. Hurley Tobacco Feitiliitr it Letter Rice, all of Richmond. Ue plenty of Lime around all out Call and tee our Tilttoni Jokntonl the best. Sow 200 pound down the Zella Donelson, of Lancaster, Ky., the MWie France Carrick Thomas, Sara This corn won row to the acre. It mature building! and In the cellar. It tend White Seed Corn. the leaf Laurence Thoma, Yeba Hewitt the blue ribbon at the llliooi. Slate crop earlier and make to prevent disease. Hudtoa V Farnau. Thomas and John Walker Thomas. Hudtoa A Farneu. brighter. Fair, Chicago. Farnau. Hudteo tle contt, meeting of the Ileidal Son ford ago. a body of Lnn of the American Legion will be meter gentlemen, nil enthtteinttie held at the I. O. O. F. Hall in r, fishermen, leased from the City Ky., on Tuo4ny night. May Council the fUhing privilege of that 2nd., 11)22, at 7:30 1'. M. prompt. body of water. The lente wo exeThis meeting wilt be of interest te cuted in nil due legal form, ami the not only the Legionnire.i of the counkehler thereof are entitled to all the ty but to all the men and protection and privilege therein pro all should take the advantage of It. vidpd, the same a any ether tenant Some of the thing. that will be d under n le.e. will be: "Do you want to go Thee men organized what i to the State Convention in Glasgow, known a the "Lake I'lacid Fbthirlg Ky.. FRKK? Club;" they went to considerable ex"Do you want tu go to the Nationpense, to say nothing of trouble, to al Convention in New Orleans free? stock the lake with varlou kind of "Do you wi.h to take vocational fish, and from time to time they have training, if same will be granted to stock; they have you, and go without any expense on replenished thi bought boats from time to time and YOl!i: PART? made various improvements about "Do you want to see a Legion ball the premises. The mot important team in (Inrranl county? point, however, it that during nil "Do you want ta get behind an orthec year they hove paid the an ganization that is fighting for the nual rents to the City of lincaster MAN or do YOU Thi want eorne one or some other buddy ami hekl their lease in tact. by the annual fix do it for YOU? has all been dune Why not pay your ing of duo for each member. due, the sum of Itl.SO for the year w-- yean I't Un-caste- Next Meeting Friday Night Chamber Of Commerce 11 Lan-catt- Play by-la- w Thomas nted e m Nazareth June Happy w at-of- Jury Ready Our-rar- Call Ma-the- w d The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, April 27,1922. Dt L..U titalUf THEfOTTAGE WINDOW BOX FOR STARTING EARLY PLANTS Fresh Fish No I Salmon per lb I Oc ' WHY PAY MORE7 15cL. 5cti. TIRE PRICES SLASHED EARLY TOMATO PLANTS, PER DOZEN EARLY CABBAGE PLANTS, PER DOZEN SEALED AIR-TIGHT- :0x: Tires .J 30x3'- - Tiros .ll.vl Tiro 32x1 Tires 33x1 Tires - ... . J4xl Tire .. .. - $7.25 $8.50 .$11.75 .$12.50 ,$12.98 $13.48 Sanders Variety Store The Red Front LANCASTER, KY. Tenter ha I splendid readings, There were thirteen members present. One During MIm Mary Trice, of I'alnt I.lck is new member was added. last month there were twrnty-sevevisitinK Mrs. Dewey Price. visits made, seven trays and fM.OO Mrs. Dave Lone entertained severMrs. I lu-- . In cash sent te the sick. Sturdy Plants Assure the Grower al friends to diner Saturday. bert Carter will lead next meeting an Early Crop. Mrs. It. W. Sanders entertained at thr church. several of the younu folks to dinner Indoor Product, Carefully Transplant Sunday. Oad's Idea. Messrs. Ollie Iloirle and W. K ed to Different Blitd Boxes, Profit, Sir muc unttr pivttllt. Mjt her .'a. able to Qardensr. Whittaker were In Nlcholasvllle re-- ,.- -: m fi . I. I "ltoMtM-- t tiiwr," SMI her fnther . .ii'rtti l taHil It. II cently. nW It rvmtt4tl htm nt the rent. The majority of home gardener Mr. and Mrs. N'oel and dauchter have a hubby on unite mrt of eue-and Mis Sallle Nee! were In Rich innie or on ioiiie irrinin huiii oi now Weaknti Too Cemmon. ers. TomutiMn, Mug eay to trow, mond Monday. ft v tritK" 'nld find popular fator with the small car-ileMr. and Mrs. Much Kurti and fam- Unele Itlwn, "Hfti--n "- fnm man. ily spent Friday in Lancaster with f i'tiMv A pnn-n- t knete n HtyUi: While there ure many who crow .Mrs. Taylor Haney. eHHH-- s Wr hrad Mw4f br what hitn eauM- tiny kind of tomatoes, not cnrlne a In t.N. mV in Msm ttMHit Miss Jane llarberson returned to new " the variety, there are others who seek her home at I'irryville Monday, her the iet vnrletle for two purpei sllrlnr for tnble ne and for rannlnc. school having closed Friday. Arrangf rntrt. Cont rn st I a asowi tMsn:, tuit w The I'. T. A. met at the school auditorium Wednesday afternoon and must nb.cn e the ksw at lainitMitirtjs e Imm Pire Cnlttrst. R"I Hl(e : Kave Mrs. J. K. Ijiyton a miscellane enoiicti to I! h I better to ou shower. U' content wMh nHr atwl 4tttiHHty. Itov. and Mrs. Price and family which ate ulwa In be InmI I.etsh will move here next Thursday und Ilutil. be ready for preaching every Sunday Words to Oe Avoided. after May 7th. There an tun Mhite wurtl hi otir Teater, of lanriuicr tliat tmte eaUMil nmre misMr. and Mrs. Meade Lancaster, Mr. Marian Prather of ery tluiH all tbr pta-Tof hKlxry. Illinois, spent Sunday with Mr. and They hair hrokeu llf.4wti frli'lltWllps. set lmth-IICtitH! brollier, H'lwRltitl Mrs. Mai Carter. (. loer ami cmiM-- rblMrrn t Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Jenkins and these uiril batr sent liino-rcMr. T. O. Hill visited Mr. and Mrs. KrM-i to thr fnllnw utwl Iniv Walker Ilradshaw in Danville fnin tiirnnl tlte Irlimante Intw a 4rfn. nstMtalHe Tl.iiik welf Friday until Monday. yt let Tbry are They Come see the minstrel at the llii;h thriu say School butldini; Friday niitht at 7:30 o'clock. Admission 15 and cents. Crrar Concernng Peanuts, Tbe trriHietd ItWu that illuc Reserved seats 35 cents. The Ideal Plant. Sunday School May 7th. at 10:15 nut will ufTret thr crow III of hair may artwn from the f o'clock, preaching at 11 o'clock, II. Iwlr ne Mithrrs, and similar that There lire Mime families that prefer vi meilltim-slted- , smooth tomato, V. P. U. nt 7 o'clock and preachlnK .he when nnalyre.1, iiv a tMilurce nmiMMit while other desire the Jiireent that nt 7:46 P. M. of rysttnr. i ll n be croun. The lurser tnmato Is The Woman's Missionary Union met whlrli I mv of the nttilno artils pre , Miltulile for but. the house em In prtitoln i:i-were the aswife eomplMlns that It I usually too Thursday afternoon at three o'clock. sumption true that by rating fiMrls so the ineillutn-klx.H- l Miss Lucille Sanders led the meeting. ronuiiiliig Inrue for inniilnr. cystine the growth of hair lomiilii finiH to be inore In Oie Slogan "(Sive and it shall be given rotihl br tlnml'c-l- . It w.Mild not Mrs. A. C Miles, Mrs. llmellzhl. unto you." lit the cw of prunats wbleli il( In either lntnnre. a struni;, henlthy Hiram Kay, Mrs. Hubert Carter, Mrs. not contain as lilch a of lilutit l necessary If tlu let result Tilden Hoover and Miss S.ilhu Lou cystine as muny other rimimon fno.1. nml curly fnilt are deslrvd. The tery t plnnt obtainable to be et o'utiloor a soon us the weather plant will permit I the Indoor-crowtlrst rnliMtl In the Hut, then transferred from kiiiiiII pots to hirk'er one, BUCKEYE USE HOT WATER BRYANTSVILLE Mrs. 0. M. lorcland was laiville last Thursday. .Mr. Cleveland In Nlcho- - H were dinner guests Sunday evening at Shakcrtown Inn. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Kdwardi, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Henry F.dwnnU, Mrs. Alice Barnes and Miss Allic Mae Kdwards were the guests of relatives in Versailles recently. The Indies of the Methodist church served lunch last Wednesday evening for men of the Masonic Lodge. A number of members from attended. and Nicholasvilte Lodge After lunch was served a business meeting was held at the Lodge Hall. WORTH SSO.OO A BOTTLE I j TO KILL GERMS Harmful Molds or Fungi Should Be Destroyed Before Seeds Are Planted. MOST If Rose, of Mexico, is expected home In a few days. Mr. Walter Conant, of Wilmore. was with friends here Sunday. Mis Zillah Dawes urent several days in Lexington and Georgetown last week. Mrs. Taylor .N'oe has been quite ill. Her many friends wish her a speedy recovery. Miss Mnyme I.ee Italian! is spending several days with Miss Margaret Woolfolk, in Lexington. Mrs. Landrum Burdett was the guest Sunday of her sister, Mrs, Ernest Montgomery, of Uourne. Mrs. J. H. Edwards and Mrs. Alice Barnes are visiting Mr. anil Mrs. Henry Edwards in Versailles. Ballard Mr. and Mrs. J. Hogan were the guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. John Simpson in Nicholasvllle. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Dean, Misses Margaret and Katherine Dean were guests Sunday of friends in Nicholas-villc. SOILS ARE UNSUITED lk Dlutut Spores are Not Eliminated plants Will Become Diseased and Oit or Remain Stunted. b-- Rev. B. A. Dawes left for Georgetown Monday where he will attend the Trustee's meeting at Georgetown College. Mr. and Mrs. Forest Curtis and Miss Martha Curtis were the guests Friday of Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Kay of Buckeye. .Mr. Wm. Cameron, .Mr. W. F. Fredrick and Miss Greathoute, of Lexington, were guests Sunday of Miss Mnyme I.ee Ballard. Mr. Wm. Cameron, Mr. W. F. Fredrick, Miss Greathoute, of Lexington and Miss Mayme Leu Ballard To be lire of obtaining healthy young plums for traupluritlng to the lumii' garden or elsewhere, treat the Mill III the mhiI box ltli IhiIIIiic wilier a few days heforv iluntliik. MoM all soils commonly useil fur reed Imli one or more kind, of baniifQl mold or fungi utid lu addition. In the DRUG STORE Smith, u iletruetle id n orm which McROBERTS causes ii iIUciim- - of man) garden crop commonly culled rootknot. Don't Oi Afraid. Kcceutly It has leumetl by the We never knew of u man catching mill fnmi leaving off In bad habits. 1'nlted .State Department of Agriculture that Mnl ln.il Mill ran be made lloitnn Truncrtiit reasonably free from these plant ene. treatmles by till simple Trimming It Down. ri- - are not killed, If dlcue .peeling The new sluiUlllcl at ment. grown In such Mill will usually .."debf Is Met." At hava plunt hcitiuie illsruvd unit ille, r else will found n way to rtn It ilo n It l I remain Mtmteil and sickly caue of the of such Ala Nova Scotlin Honorary Titles. smiling that many of the poor In ltfcM Jump I conferred .the titles eased knight nml tiaroin'l of Novo Scotia crop or failure In the home garden occur. Kvery gardener should thereri a number of Sn.uli mlvcuturvrs how to recognlie troubles of ut who.e object (iiliinlxf Ninth fore lenrn young plant and heomie familiar with . the method hen described for prewnt-liii- r them. Plcnee-of Today. lleforv treating the soil It should lit. Hie young follow who lit,,. ), Rll. placet) Imix reinly for arled Job to g mtn iHLim- -i for him. .Make ii lu the i In the hot tornreeillni:. of the few lioli-srlf Is us iihkIi of H p oncer an tils Imix for drnlnui:!'. I'oiir on the bolllns who Hi,, plnliw. water wry lowly nt the nite f two I'itiIiiiiiI (ircor.lnii. lalliii ! ii Imix of will one foot wjiiare ' I . cmi-talJ -tmn-pl.mtlAin.-rUns e Wm. Barnes. San Antonio. Texas, writest "Foley's Honey and Tar has been worth $50 00 a bottle to me. I had 'the flu.' followed by pneumonia, which left me weak, with a persistent cough. The cough hung on. Some one advised Foley's Honey and Tar. I have completely recovered and do not cough at alL l) r nt e ' J'-t- . l' slli-lm;- roiil I b-- MAKE SPRING WORK EASIER We handle all kinds Tluit holre-- I t the of plunts. wny to obtain the TEST THE SEEDS YOU SAVED j of Use Small Box in Basement Window to Try Out Corn or Other Seed to Sie If Good. Kxpertcmed ugrlciilturl't take mi on corn nml other seed If any ilimbt a to whether or It Is Just as not It will germinate, to the small gardener to ImiMirtnnt know that lie hi good seeil. The bet way to ilclermlue thl Is to Jimt small iputlitllle of the wirlotM Mirietle of ceil that bine been silted. If the sprout tip III the window bote do not It ! a good test. If the l sprout mid I nuke, reiiMuable growth you may be ure that It will be um In the open leos In plant the sci-luter when regular pliiiillng time coiiun. It I worth while In know If the seeds are till right. Farm Implements and Machinery at the lowest possible dm tin- there I BSJBSJBSJBSJBSJBSBjBSjS3CaSJ IVIVIBIBIBB . (ill tne not Water Trtatmtnt. utid four Inches ileep und at once with ii uewsiuiiM'r to h"l hold the After het for ii longer time. Ii;ih u ilrled out the soil or limy be planted. enoiiiih the Voiiiii: ihuit k'rown lu this treated soil tint only hate white, miiiiiiI Voots, hut also Iihm- - n lienlthy, vlitorous ibis, iiIiom- - crouud. seed .proiit better and the plant" than thow plimteil lu prow muih few-du)whi-liee- r s cer prices. (!) Vulcan Plows and Let This Card Guide You This curd will .solve your problem: "Wh it color I paint my house?" You can't possibly iro wrons. It jrivos colors suitable for homes of any style of architecture, both "body colors" and "trims. It also tells about the best paint made: shall . Points There is nothing to be gained by slaving along in the otd way when new Inventions mak farm work easier and more profitable. WIRE a imtn-ute- Mill. fter iIIm-iimi- I I f ENCE-- 6 inch STAY SPECIAL 68cts l i Becker & Ballard I BRYANTSVILLE, KENTUCKY. J miIIIiii; ure u Onllnurlly Ihihter vreeii color und ure souiewhnt inullrr thiin healthy plants und hute TheM- - slcus of a sickly upiKMriuice. ilhetiM' on the yimnir plunts, lioweer. limy not be imtlivd and stilt the trouble may be ireetit on the roots and develop after the plants are set In the Sanleu. Tu find out If dleuses are prewiit. aUuys exumliie the root of youiitf them out. If afplants before fected by tuolds or fungi, dark dead patches limy I seen on the roots und sometimes oil tbt lower part of the f CLEAN UP ASPARAOUS BEDS If you want In gel sults from the usKirugus bed, off the dead tegctatinn und trash from the bed before tbe new shoots begin In grow, a)N C. V. Ilolslugcr. of lotvn het re- HANNA'S GREEN SEAL PAINT Green Seal is a paint to pive jjood Joolcs and Ioiik wear. In every way it ives the biggest possible value for your paint dollar. Formula is printed on over)' package. Sold by be igus bis shouldcut. they Hrc Stule college. After this upply a giMKl dime of barnyurd iiinniire AbtuiPfi. i. .furl tpi.ulli m yi'nr old CONN BROTHERS, items. Lancaster, Ky. Tha Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday April 27, 922 1 22 BURLEY MARKET ti OPPOSITION TO PLAN EXPLAINED IN PREMIUMS .We will To the Farmer Squnshcs. WHALE SQUASH SEED FREE, nn.l on SATURDAY, OCTOBER 14th., 1922 will pay the following cash prizes: $15.00 for Largest nnd Bst Squash. $5.00 for Second Largest and Best Squath. $1.00 each for the next five Largeit and Bctt The Siuushea of thin new variety are often three feet lonjr, of a dark Slate color, and sometimes weljrh over one hundred pounds. COME IN NOW AND GET YOUR SEED. WE SELL "BURPEE'S SEED THAT GROW." who cnn raise the lanrest Squash. furnish you with BURPEE'S MAMMOTH President Stone Says Interests Circulating Propaganda Seeking to Continue Living On" Grower AS UNDCtt OLD TEM DUMPING SYS. OK SELLING i A.H.BASTIN&CO Free Hitch Lot at our Store. Cash paid for your Eggs and Chickens. How do you expect tha Postsi Clerk to know whether you mean" Trlnldsd, Csllftrnla. or Trlnldsd. Colorado) ALWAYS 8IT.I.I. HIT TIIK NAMK OK" TUB 8TATK IN I'L'LL IN TIIK ADDIIKSS. "MORE Tlil BUSINESS IN will keep In the fact that those who are nsking them not to Join the Hurley; Ai-- i Tobacco Growers nictation nre person who expect to' -mll make money off the grower, In making our or. have no trouble ganlzation 100 per cent strong," said I'refitlent James C. Stone, of the Hurley association, in response to an inquiry as to propaganda being circulated quietly by mail among growers of the district. "These men have lived, just ns t:ic ret of us who were in the ware house business used To Jive." said Mr, Stone, "olT the bulness brought to us by the grower. They are hardly to be blamed for desiring to con. tlnue to live olT the work of the grow. er, but it is only fair to the grower that he should understand exactly what is Involved in hit staying out of the Association. "There cnn be little doubt that the formation of the Hurley association was n factor in the better prices paid this year on the independent markets. This fact is generally recog- "If tobacco growers rmnd Copyright 1" Hart ScSjiintr .V Marx HIGH QUALITY-LO- W PRICES nized now even by those who, re- You know perfectly well Hint the value of things you buy isn't In what bought it on somebody says about them; the man who bought the "gold-brick- " what somebody said. Quality isn't just a woid; it's a fact; you don't get it in clothes unless Its there. GOVERNMENT" spt phrase was used In 1'real-dn- t llsntlng's flrtt mrstac" to Con tress and attlv psrtlcularly In posts! management where postmasters arc bslnf ltnpresed with the fart that thsy are managers of loeal branches of ttia bluest business In the world. HERE COMES A mm AtsH. Iff l MAIL IS DELAYED AT OFFICE OF DELIVERY Join your neighbors in the Clean Up and Paint Up Campaign. WITHOUT STREET ADDRESS YOUR STRANGER! Tha Dead Letter Omca has bees In existence eicr slnra Hen Franklin started our postal service. Ken then peopla addressed tnall to Mr. l.'ieklel Smllbers. "Atlantic Coast." and HI Hen to know Just where Zeka 11 red. Psrhspt they had Zeke's address In HUMANIZING THE lettara up In the (arret, maybe a cheat POSTAL SERVICE full of 'em, but then It was easier to tat Ilea hunt 7.eke. Today peopla are addressing letters to John Smith. New la no unimportant person or Thtra Tork. N. Y, or Chicago, Ill, thinking part of our sertlre. It la a total of Uncle Sam ran locate him. which la Is human unlta and their Just as Incomplete as waa Zeke'a adto Its sucrrss. In Its last dress of yorn. The Poetoflke Depart tha analysis, postal duties are arrommo-datlon- s ment aaka you to put the number and performed for our nalghbora atreet In the address. It hslps you. and friends and should txi ai rrgsrded. rather than as n hired service A jalt it of' no value as long as It formed for an atrnte employs.' remains empty. J'ostnittter (lenrral Hubert Work. L Iet's maka our post office look neat, Mr. Postmaster Stralchten up the rural letter boi, Mr Parmer Tidy up aoms, Mr. Ilural Carrier. First Mayt Mr Impressions are luting. Mtrsnsvr. taklnic notice of these will come back, biinttnc with TOK-TAyou benefits. Htart thr IUMIOVKMKNT WITT.K" May kr pr r I ui will on j Thursday, May 4th, 19?? AT TWO O'CLOCK sell my farm containing about less,-47A acres more or is all in located on the Poor Ridge pike and known as the Alma Sanders farm. The farm grass and can give immediate possession. Those interested can see property before sale. Terms made known on day of sale. Mrs. Leslie Harbor Am Bourne, Auct. maining out of the association, profited by its organization. "Supply and demand, indeed, do regulate tobacco prices, or would made a business of putting QUALITY in CLOTHES; materials making smart regulate prices but for the system of styles. Your money back if you are not satisfied. every farmer competing with every We make a business of selling GOOD CLOTHES. We could sell lower o fthe proother farmer. In case priced goods, priced low because its cheaper quality, but we don't do it because duction of a surplus of tobacco this we think our business will last longer if we sell quality. year, under the old system of marketMENS AND ing, the surplus, which would be thrown on the market, of course,) YOUNG MENS with the actual needs of the manu BOYS KNEE SUITS $7.50, $8.50, $10.00, $12.00, $13.50, AND $15.00 facturers, would break the price of every pound of tobacco sold ,and unNew colors, new weaves, new stvles. STETSON BOSTONIAN HATS, der the old system there is no way of SHOES AND MANHATTAN SHIRTS. preventing this. Under the marketing system, on the other hand, the manufacturers are offered only what they need at the time they need it. There is no expense of auctioneers, in fact, it is my belief that HOUSE OF QUALITY. LANCASTER, KY. the telling expense will be cut In half by the new.system, if not more. Of course, the tobacco grower pays this expense. It is taken out of his crop, when he sells It. If he does not ruth tions, and without and regard for the Usily Thojjnu Drivsn to Extremity. his crop to market, but delivers it to needs of the manufacturer or the Trust that ncin In nothing wno tins Kansas l'aper Tlierv' n clrl In the Hurley Tobacco Growers' Asso- cost of producing the crop. In the our town wearing a hnndiomc dia- not u cotiscleiiit! In everything. ciation to be sold for him, he does not wonis of the funny page in the pa- mond ling anil I deathly afraid of Stenie. pay these warehouse charges. He pers: 'Them days are gone forever,' burglars. At nlcht when Im- - rvttres pays nothing except the expense of I am convinced. she slips said ring on her little too S.'.uraiy Nott. Tominj. it'ir." uld the Mere conducting the association, and thajj "Under the system of marketing for safety. Huston Tmiiwrlpt. ! mother, im on mine In from playin my opinion, will be very much tobacco the grower ing; "tbl I,, ti.ith night, ynu know." How Anna Wen Out. Irm than the expense of conducting receives every cent his crop brings, Then I think." answered the boy. Tunny bow thlngt. work out the warehouses under the old system, ufler the expense of operating his siil'l (ho married marine to a Til go out and l a little dirtier." in which the profits of the warehouse own association is paid. No profit bunch business went into the pockets of the is made off him by any member or I was of his buddies Two ymrs ago Othtr Thin Material Things. coin : around ulth Ktliet and warehousemen. officer of his association, not only Anna, and I couldn't for Our own eMrleiuv has tnuslit ut growers, is that true, but if any officer of this me tell which of the two I the irfe of that ev.'ii In UiU world of reality "I have no fear that the wanted lo once they understand the facts in nsociation, or any employee, at- luurry. One night I dropped Into the there el.t Irniiin and delres. i of benuty. of this matter, will fail to take advan- tempts to profit by dealing In cer- pot escluiiise to buy n clgur, Itlsht thi.iishto nnd tage of this opportunity to free them- tificates issued to growers, he im- on the rlgur bund, m large ns life. It Justice iiml low that ure of the noblest nml lollle.l Maeterlinck. selves from the shackles of a mar- mediately loses his poltion with this said, 'Hnv nna V " Leatherneck. keting system that has demonstrated association. that it can ct aside the law of sup"Hefore growers allow themselves ply and demand, at It did last year. to be intluenced by propaganda of Tobacco interests of Lexington and interests seeking to exploit them to Kentucky, at considerable profit their worlc, they should study Central expense, made a careful survey of the situation, ask their neighbors in the situation in the winter of 1020, the association and consult their a few weeks before the market Alien- banker and their merchant as to the ed. We provvl, not only to our wisdom of coming in or staying out. own satisfaction, but to the satisfac We are perfectly willing to abide tion of government experts, that the by the result of such inquiry." crop of IOL'0 was considerably lighter than that of 11)19, which averaged For Voters to Consider. 3S3 cents n pound. In the face of It Is n diinceroui thing lo give a this fact, and in the fare of thefurth I'ti'l tnuii power, und u hundred times er fact that the demand for tobacco more to have him tlud out (hut lis products putted all previous records, bus It. Kichange. IS AN IMPORTANT THING. the crop was literally taken from the Diamonds Split Atundtr. growers at prices but little more than That diamonds metlmes burst IT IS NOT SO MUCH WHAT a third of those of the previous sjKintaneously It n belief dating bark year. to the Middle ages, and mill widely "If the tobacco growers will heed prevalent, (hough nobody eenn to YOU PAY BUT WHAT YOU the advice of those who are interest havs actually witnessed this phenom- GET FOR WHAT YOU PAY. ed In their welfare, those whose pros, enon. Numerous broken fniginents of perity depends upon the prosperity diamonds are found In the vicinity of TAKE TIRES FOR AN EXof the tobacco growers the bankers, (be Klmberloy diamond mine In South AMPLE. DON'T BE LURthe merchants, the lawyers, the doc- Afrliii. tors, the preachers of their comED INTO BUYING TIRES OF munities, we haven't a doubt they will come with ut in the Hurley at' UNKNOWN sociation. If they are honestly in WORTH AND doubt at to what they should do in QUESTIONABLE QUALITY regard to Joining or staying out of the association, we urge them to atk MERELY BECAUSE THE any of their neighbors who have delivered their crops to the association FIRST COST IS LOW. BUY as to their experience and as to 1 Tor Thr. Canarattonm i whether they are satisfied with re Mad. ChlM Wrth ;3 STANDARD BRANDS OF Catlcr ly Using sults. PROVEN VALUE, "It is my Arm conviction that the new system of selling tobacco hat GOODYEAR TIRES YOU come to stay, that the growers will au never go back to the way of "dump- tIMU KNOW. ing," every man for himself and ev . tooiitr.a Doratiooo.t.itM sssf no ery grower in competition with every ttntis suutosCo..6trt. Aiuais. other, selling their crops without re gard to market or financial .condi- McROBERTS DRUG STORE Hart Schaffner and Marx SUITS $20, $22.50, $25, $30, $35, $40. Jas. W. Smith some-tlmex, g.-- fei-llt- GOOD THE QUESTION OP VALUE A. rMOTHERS" r XPECTfc. Su Kinnaird Bros Garage The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, April 27. 922 1 sHv m A AsL-sHi- and beautify with a fresh coat of good paint. It is cheaper to paint than not to paint. PROTECT WE SELL THE BEST BRANDS OF PAINTS, VARNISHES, OILS, STAINS, CONN BROTHERS (little child. The reckless driver who kills $1.50 a Year. limed Weekly. a person is hut little better Payable la Advance than the gunman who blows E. ROBINSON. Editor. J. ofT another's head. 3. L .ELKI.V, Local Editor and Mgr. If we prescribe the death entered at the Post Office in Lan- - penalty for the gunman, we MaU eaitcr. Ky., ai Second-Clashould at least punish the Matter. speeder with a long term in prison. Fotrtf Advtrti.tng Rprtftteiive THE AMERICAN PRESS ASSOCIATION When a person becomes a menace to n community the Lwcaiter, Ky., April 27, 1922 community should be rid of The Centra Record I n him. For Political Annottncemeata. Look at the people around r'or Precinct and City Offices.. IS.OO you and size them up accordFor County Offices 10.00 For State and District Offices.. 16.00 ing to their deeds. For Calls, per line How many of them have a .10 For Cards, per line . .10 ghost of a chance to getting to For all publications in the inter-eheaven unless they make a of individuals or expresradical change in their mode sion of individual views, per Rate .. st of living? Very few, you think. Now look in a mirror and study the one you see? A school board recently exWhat better chance has he? pelled n girl student because she used talcum powder on her Don't consider yourself a nose. A judge expressed the Mutt. There are a few peoopinion that the school board ple who know less than you was unjust, and regretted that do. the law did hot allow him to is half the interfere. battle of life. The man who Wise judge. Foolish school believes in himself finds little board. difficulty in inducing others to Many men have greasy and 'think as he doe. unsightly noses, but women do Take a firm grip on yourself. not exclude them from their It will aid you in gripping the homes for that reason. They confidence of others. put up with the grease for the And you will go far. sake of the inner man. Ihmk back over the past Greasy noses are not to see, and women do not year. .What have you done to improve conditions in the care to have them. If talcum powder helps, why home community? ow think again, and deprive them of its use? the numerous opportun Dollars for fiction, but not a ities you have allowed to slide cent for truth I by because you 'Mid n't feel That is the mental attitude like doing it." of some people. They spend Other yours are yot to come. their time and their money in developing blood and thunder Looks Facts novels, but never read a line in the Hible. In The Face Judges and jailors can tell When n merchant sells an you you a lot about some of article he makes a certain profthese birds . it over and above the wholesale cost of his goods, the A doctor held in his hand a glass containing bichloride of transportation, and the cost of mercury, a slow but deadly handling. This rule applies poison. He sat it down and the world over. Suppose the people of this filled another glass with water community have 500,000 to to drink. spend within a given length Just then his phone rang and he deposited the water of time. Is it hotter to keop the profglass by the side of the one its ut home and In circulation containing the mercury. Upon returning from the among us, or is it wiser to send phone he took a drink from it all away? For purposes of illustration, the wrong glass. we will say the dealer's profit Six feet of ground. When doctors becomu so is 15 por cent, or $75,000. If the people send away for thoughtless they kill themsevos this $500,000 worth of goods with their own poison, why complain of carelessness of the all of the money they send away will stay away. We will common herd? never see it again. The speed maniac continues If, on the other hand, the to pull off his periodical exe- people buy those goods from cutions. Often the victim Is a local dealers the only money line Obituaries, per lino . .. 10 .05 Self-confiden- to be sent away will be the, of what the near future will wholesale cost of the 'goods bring Us. ' For some time past the mar- and transportation charges. The 15 per cent profit will ket has been strong. Huying remain at home, as well as the' has been heavy and prices overhead expenses, such as have been kept well up. clerical hire, insurance, heat,. This means but one thing, People who have money are light and various other items. Keeping that money at regaining confidence and are home does two important seeking means of investing it. things. It increases the monThe fellow with a few hurt ey in circulation at home, nndldreds or thousands Is taking it it gives employment to local from its hiding place and Is buying bonds. He is no long people. Poonlo who are In the habit 'or pessimistic of the future of patronizing their home mer-- , He sees increased commercla chants invarinbly have a bet activity and consequent pros tor and more prosperous com- perity ahead, and he is right Kvery bond issue that i munity than those who have floated means more work for catalogue habit. the idle people. It means an ex These are facts worth GROWING MASH LAYING HASH pansion in business, an in In the face. crease volume of trade, more SOLD BY money in circulation, and that Way Find The money passing from hand to The Incessant war between hand. Prosperity is the nat capital and labor is one of the u nil rseult. greatest obstructions to the If you have any saving: prosperity of this country. It stoweil away you are quite is ever present, and seems to safe in bringing them out am have no end. putting them to work. Every strike that occurs The time for action is hero Do th eright thing and y.u won't If the truth must be told, the cry costs thousands of dollars. go wrong ing need of the country is to quit Often it runs into millions, and Speaking of Dandelions crying Some men never kick. They find the whole country suffers be According to a local oracle the more profitable to work, This i. another one of those ruy it cause ol a disagreement behrhlth-best time to kill a fly is before it years when the and ribald tween a small proportion of sterini: begins to fly. dandt'lion crop looks cood to the it would appear, however, thai the population. arid. I.oxincton Herald, one has been taking Hbertles Any one con get out of trouble by Labor must be protected or Speaking of dandelions 'member some the Liberty bonds. with the simple expedient of bitting uphow good a mess of dandelion greens. it will be crushed by unscrupu- on the right plan. cooKeii wttn jowl ana a lew corn It's not trouble for a pretty woman ous capitalists. dodger on the side, uied to taste? The best way to convince a woman Capital must be protected or And 'member, too, washing down this to marry for muney, but it's a whale job to of it will perish at the hands of delectable dish with that ambrotia wada husband.extract it from a tight against her will i to swear she it right. unscrupulous labor leaders and whose vernal visits were heralded by the radical element of their hanging out the picture of a goat? O, temporal O, mores! O, Vol following. stead! Carliilc Mercury. CUT ON ALU One can not exist without the other, and the country canBEGINNING AT ONCE WE WILL GIVE 3 Pleasant Meeting CENTS OFF ON ALL GRADES OF FLOUR. not survive without both. The V. .M. S .met at the Freedom Lexington .Maid Flour $1.22 Under existing conditions Ilaptist church Saturday, April l!2ml, Lexington Cream Flour $1.22 neither side can be trusted to at 3:00 P. M., with seven members Lexington Special Patent (paper bags) $1.02 lead give the other a square deal present. Mrs. Annie Koger Lexington Special Flour (cotton bags) . . $1.07 the meeting. Contribution collected all around. They have fought wa ft;. 10. ALUMINUM WARE 99 cent as long as it lasts. so long the Golden Rule ap We carry a complete line of Groceries, Shoes, Jilts .Mamie bebattlan was re Medicine Dry Goods and in fact, everything to be pears to have passed from elected president, .Mrs. Mary Prewitt found in a Country Store. vice president, Mr. I.ida Mitore, Sec their memories. retary, Mr. Mabel Sebastian, treat And since the Golden Rule S? SOIS H. A. will not. suffice, government urer and prets chairman. POINT LEAVELL, KY. Mits Viola Prewitt was appointed rule should take its place. delegate to represent the society at There Is a way to adjust the fith. Saturday meeting at Waco Molatsss on tr WiUr, these differences on a basts Mrs. I.izxie Locker wa .appointed Indian Cotton Cloth, n hnrrlcnne In ((St rUk W RteitiitHl tiT Imllmi that would be fair and just to leader for the next meting. The dieDurlns tank M.ninM tlie Wet In llee.-Philip the kmtH In AraMtt subject is "Service." fx ifiit all, but we do not appear to eurrjliu inIiie In milk. In Hi s. In Sln eiiHry. m puiHKi Cot vr have the man available who n estenOtety i mane tlie liquidierl.!iri UMHsslthe gnllon of and mswnftorti-i-ijnl'e In tli Tenthgrownr' juniors in i'iilli on enmnd possesses the brains necessary Doyie ' ii 11, e Hit Ion .f th i: nt u''i. turr was not break tin-- ' f Calves Gain 50 to discover that way and enmoliiuM'S i , i ,. v.i'.-wenie'l to lute mt" iH.ir i'utrlr until t..l sinu N'ewn. the same "iriisome inter force it. Pounds Each Find the man who can find Month the way, and clothe him with " power to act. Twenty Hoyle county boys, who Ful-O-Pe- j p I CHICKEN ' FEED 6URREY & GULLEY r PRICES FLOUR -- ...... MOORE r. l ti i rvn-tn- In-- tr 1 - St. Peter: Have you repented of your sins? Many Porkers Stunted Spirit: I have. By Advoidable St. Peter: Have you paid all of your debts? Trouble Spirit: I have. Hundreds of young pigs in Ken St. Peter: Are you sure you tucky have their growth retarded have paid ALL of your just each year by infection and swellings debts that not one has been which follow the ensterating operation, according to swine men ut the overlooked? Spirit: Quite sure, St. Poter. College of Agriculture. Under alfarm condition, the animals I have a reputation for prompt-ne- s tered and then turned into n Held in such matetrs. containing a mud wallow, the idea St. Peter: Have you paid being that the mud hastens healing. This would be true were it not for the editor? Spirit: Pardon, most excel- the- - cause of infection found In the average hog wallow, the swine men lent St. Poter! I did forget to say. pay the editor, but I am only "Six weeks ha been found to lie one of the many, and It is Slicll the best age nt which to castrate a. little thing to hold against pig. A good disinfectant, such as a me. I beseech you to forgive lwo nml Pr cw button ""l , " "l0,,n, ,ou,n,1 ,"r " "U ' and permit me to enter. St. Peter: Stand nttido!. u..,h th hnmls nf thi otierator. the As you denied the editor his instrument and the pig's scrotum due, so do we deny you what after which the testicles are remov-eby taking the incision below the you had hoped to bo your due. curvature on the You may not enter until the middle of the promotes good drainscrotum. This editor has been paid. age. The wound will ltenl rapidly aver-ag- e unt-h- are developing baby beef calves to be entered in the junior agricultural club classes at the first annual Fat Feeding Catle Show to be held St. Peter: Who comes and the Louisville llourbon Stock nt here? yards this fall are making marked Spirit: One who has pass- progress in their effort. to win their ed from earth and would en- share of the prize, according to ter the abode of the righteous County Agent C. L. Taylor. The nvurnge gain for the 20 calve hat and just. been about CO pounds of beef each St. Peter: Have you lived month, while one boy has put 23 a just and upright life? pound of gain on his steer in 78 Spirit: I have endeavored days, it is reported. The 20 steers include 12 Angus, six Shorthorns and so to do. two llerefords. At The Pearly Gates GENUINE DUNHAM CILTIMCKI Now is tlie time and season for the CULTIPACKER-'Th- e finest farm im- plement in existence." We are selling the original Dunham CULTIPACKER. This CULTIPACK-Eis the father of all land rollers, and is the original-on- ly one that is branded R CULTIPACKER. We are selling the Dunham CULTIPACKER less than they can be bought today. Its merits are superior. Its quality is the finest. The price is the lowest. " HASELOEN BROS. 1 d It Looks Good Watch the bond market and you will get a fair indication and cause little trouble if it I cleaned with the disinfectant following the operation and the animal turned Into a clean pasture which does not contain a mud wallow." Saturday Special can Axle Grease lOcts 15c size . . . . 2 SECTIONS 16 PAGES TMIRTYiTHIRD VIA THE CENTRAL RECORD. LANCASTER. KY.f THURSDAY AFTERNOON. APRIL 27. 1922. lly Alert Mr. and Mn. W. M. N'oland. of Silver Creek have taken room nt Park flat. Mr. N'oland hit opened up a hop at the old Kdd Wilhl.icksmith liam' ttand. Mltte Kinwa Ilurchell and Jettie Mae llammack were week-en- d vliltor of Mr. ii w I Mr. A. C. Ilotner at Sunday of Itev. nnd guett and Mr. Cleo Purvl. Word ha been received that Mil Florence Ktrhlge, who wat run down by an auto In New York City, injured and her mother wat ha gono to her bedtlde. Mr. J. it. Smith, of Lexington, one of the head men at the Experiment Station, delivered a very addre to the Poultry Club member at their lait meeting. Mr, and Mr. J. I). Ilurchell and Mi Ktnmu Ilurchell, Mitiet Kllen and Cynthia Pruit were In jincater Sunday afternoon and were guett of Mr, W. II. lackey and family, Kev. 11. J. Skagg and family left Saturday to make their home in Woodburn, Ky., where Mr, Skaggt ha accepted the pattorate. Mr. nnd Mr. Skaggt have made many friendi here who regret to r them leave. Quite an excitement va created Wedneday morning when Park ttat caught on tire. It wa thought at one time the building could not be mvimI but by the rapid work of tcv-ermen, who came to the reicue, with a number of fire extinguNhert the flame were toon under control. The representative of the Itecord who gave Paint Lick uch a nice write up In lait week' paper did not get olT of "Main Street" in hit de cription therefore herlid not get all our buinr men. Paint Lick can boait of two good doctor, F. II. Smith, whoie office is over the PottofTice and (i, C. Goodman, who ha hi office over People! Hank. A!o a dentit. Dr. II. J. Patrick, whole office adjoin Dr. Goodman' and who hat been a retident of Paint Lick for ten or more year, doing good work and receiving plenty of it. Dr. Patrick was appointed one of the State examiner of the Dental Aociatlon at itt lait meeting in Louitville about two week ago. Then there it Mt Kate Kly, who has been Paint Lick' leading dret maker for IS yean or more, who gett all the work the can do necessitating the help of one or more through the busy teaion and often turning out even dree complete per week. At how our town ha improved in the latt few year we will take the work at the depot, Fifteen yean SECTION 2 8 PAGES 3. NUMER DOINGS AT PAINT LICK Interitttinjr News of Hunt Kncl Capitol (lathered Correspondent Mr. John Davis i improving after yrvrrnl day lllnes. , II. (!. MeWhortcr was n visitor in Paint Kick (or the week-enll. Opal Harriett wi the guest of Avu McWhorter Sunday. Ml Ml" Annie White visited relative nt Silver Creek the past week. i Lvtlnsjton Cream Flour, 4.50 pr J. H. R.lilon. hundrvd. (loehel Prult, of Iteren Mr. with Immr siwnt the week-eni Col-legd Mr. Lou Peyton spent n few day with her daughter, Mr. II. J. Chest-nthe Unit of the wrek. returned Mr. L II. DavU ha from u several day visit with her mother and titter, In l.oul1lle. Mr, and Mr. Paul Rogers, Mr. unit Mr. Georae Rogers and family spent Stinday with Mr. Jennie Roger, I.. G. Davit ha Hoof Paint and Motor Oil at a very low price. ut ago the agent did 'a businest of about I I.10O per month, not Including ex pre Today the bunne.H often runs to 11,000.00 per month, mtL withstanding there are to many tr licks each wrek. At that time ex- pnr business wa about ISO. 00 per month while now it sflen run $100 and over. Time ami space forbid u to mention any more. Ladies Attention lleglnnmg t ut week I will have one pattern hat enefc week Any on desiring the latest in millinery will do well to tee these hats before tming elsewhere Price W. II. Patrick, right. Mr (It.) Paint Lick K. CARTERSVILLE Rev. J. M. Key, of Marctville, is vltltlng Mr. J. D. furter. Mr. and Mrs. Xark Hester visited Mr. and Mr. Jeff Daivt Sunday. Mr. A. It. Carter wa called to Richmond Monday on bulnest. Mrs. Mary Carter and children visited at llereu from Thurtday until Saturday. Mr, and Mrs. Oscar Gabbard, ef llerea were the guests of Mr. Susie Itenfro Sunday. Mr. and Mr. J. D. Carter, Mr. Stinnett and Itev. Key attended Chapel Sunday. preaching at Law-soMiss Jennie Hall, Mrs. Nancy Hall, Mr. Walter Tankersley and Miter, Kate, were guest of Miise Cora und Myrtle Carter Sunday afternoon. Quite an excitement was created at Cartenville Sunday evening when Walter Conn .stabbed Mr. Frank Carter Juit below the heart. Dr. F. H. Smith, of Paint Lick. Dr. P., F. and wife of llerea were called He was removto itrett the wounds. ed to the Robinson Hospital Sunday night and will be operated on Monday hi condition being very serious. He has the sympathy of the community at he I an orphan boy Hob-intop 1 PrVM BRUSHES from US. Pgj I Mr. II. (I. McWhurter ami chilspent last dren, of Nlchid.Mvlllr, Miss Oner llH, who i In school pent Faster nt ueek with relative and friend here. Rowling (?reen nt Itrv. C. A. VanWinkle was called home. to Vanreburg the pat week to conMr. and Mr. It. - Hill "'! duct the funeral of Hon. S. J. Pugh. were recent visitor In RichMr. Kdgar King, of llyatttville, mond. trd lilt parent. Mr. and Mr. FJItabeth Conn spent several vii Mls Henry King from Saturday until days with Ml lleulah Edwards thi I'Mnnday. folk. . chll-dren week. Mr. Junetta Morris, III., Wood. I Mr. I. II. Davi hat begun work on of Greenville, hi new residence which when com nHce, Mr. It. O. visiting her pleted will lie one of the handsomest from here bulldlngt around. attended thr It i reported that the frost of hall game at ('rati Orchard Saturday Saturday and Sunday nightt killed afternoon. all the fruit. It I hoped thi will Dr. O. C. Goodman jnd family prove a miiUkc. moved the Jia.t week to the llaptiil Tne Raxaar which a held by the parsonage. tadle Aid Society Saturday before Mr. Lewis Mori:n ami family, of Easter wa quite a success, about llerea, spent Easter with Mr. and $30 being realized. Mr. I'rult. For Saturday, April 29th., only seriously ill with Mr. H. F. Rrown rjr $2.00 purchase jrou near on pound of .ugar home ith pneumonia at b White' Station. J. H. Ral.ton. Davi Mrr. Win. Lexington and Lelle About 10 of the young folk went Easter to on a picnic I'rult were In lai week, near Carter-villtheir best girl. where they built a big fire, ate The W. C. T. U. will have their upper anil had a delightful time. regular meeting Friday afternoon Mr. It. (J. Wood pent Sunday in with Mr. Tho. Logsdon. Nicholavil1e with her parent. Mr. of ami Mr. J. F. White. Mr. White Mr and Mr. Henry, Miller, Flat Woodi were Sunday guests of returned with Mr. Wood for a viiit. Mr. and Mr Ollle lloian. Hev. Clco Purvis, pattor of the Paint Lick sehool was out Tuesday Christian church at lUvcnna, win in for the grades The High School our town Wednesday and took dink will have four more week. ner with Mr. and Mr. O. I., Jack Davis and family visited Mr. The ladlet of the Chriitian church hrr parents, Mr. and Mr. Geo. In Lancaster Sunday. wil have a candy rale on Saturday, Co. 'a More. mingling April 2ith., at Mgxlon Uev. - N. Howling with old friend in our town the past Will have all kind of home made week and wn accompanied by hi randy. Itrv. Hughon filled the pulpit at son. Helle Mallard returned Ml Tabor lat Sunday. H will conMis Ann to her home In Ijinraster Sunday of. tinue to preach each econd and ter pendiug everal day with her fourth Sunday until they secure a , patior. couln, Ml Lucille Davis. Srvrral al If you need tooth bruihet, wo have them. If you need clothei brushes or paint brushes, we have them. No matter what you need in brushes, we have jutt what vou want. Your old house will look like new, if you paint it with our Mastic paint. We have paints and enamels for inside work, either the gloss or flat finish. When you think of paints, think of our store. Come to US for it. McRoberts Drug Store "BUSINESS lr. ft e, Ham-mac- Hal-lar- l- la, -- J ,m.,,r cTA. fWlttVt lritMMIM ltMMMl ml J tW lap t Mi Mm mm tm f ml I mnj mmm riW mm II af.H Interesting Information ClirvroUt car car In It In It. cln. ue. let gaiolme than any other clat. It use le oil than any other Chrvrotri It more comfortable to ride in than any other low price car. ChtvroUt hat n tpeedometer connected to the tranml.ilou. ChrvroUt hat an oil guuge on the datli. Chtvrolci hat a one man top with concealed bowt. It hut a gypty ttyle back curtain. Chevrolet ha a standard tranmU!on with three tpeedt forward and reverto. ChtvroUi hut a waUr pump and doe not depend upon thermo typhon circulation. Chavroltt hat a roller bearing in front wheel. Chrvrolrt is eaiy and tafe to ateer. Chcvrolrt hat a slanting wlndthield. It ha movable windshield glaie for sumnirr comfort. Chevrolet ha the Willard Rubber Thread llattery. Chwrolri hat pocket in alt four door including one beside the driver' seat. Chevrolet hut a standard gear shift lever. Chevrolet hat both a hand and a foot accelerator. Chevrolet hat National Headlight Lenses. It hat a fine appearing body. Chevrolet hu a triple baked enamel body and fender. Chevrolet ha a modern noted for itt great pulling power. You can purchase any of our curs on a .10 per cent down payment and per cent per month on the balance. This is the lowest time pnyment plan In use on any cur. When you think of nn automobile think. Chevrolet a complete car. NOTHING TO BUY BUT THE LICENSE. of 1 PAINT LICK GARAGE PAINT LICK, KENTUCKY. up of the men wa made. Even after the check up wat made and it wnt found that Huffman and Vigano IS GOOD" were misisng, hope was Mill held out that' they were probably some- This Same BeiriK The Story, where ele than in the charred bunk D'ye Mind of the Load of houe, but when the walls of the bunk house collapsed their bodies Wheat Farmer Howe burned to a cinder, were discovered by the parties hunting for the missSold ing men. man, The farmer ellt a load of wheat, Huffman was an 13 year of age and a native of Ken- And all the bell ring fair and tweet. tucky. Vigano wa the ton of He hums a couple of cheerful tune, With Two Pete Vigano, rancher, who reside And pays the grocer for hit prune. Oscar Huffman one mile South of the Valley Alfalfa Companies Lose Lives In Land Company's ranch. He wat vis- Th jjrocer, who has had the blues, iting the bunk houte. according to Now buy hi wife a pair of hoe.. Hunch House Fire given out, when the statement tragedy happened. That ten the shoeman think God sent particular of the death of More And runs and pay It on the rent. Oscar Huffman which occurred at Tulare, California .a few week ago Law Requires Next day the rent man hand the bill are gotten from a daily of that tate To Doctor Carver for a pill. To Be which says: of Oscar The charred remain Every citiren of Kentucky who And Doctor Carver tell hi frau Huffman and Amelio Vigano, who owns a pi.tol or revolevr will be re- That butinets is improving now. met their death in the accidental quired to register it with the count)' tire were brought ti Tulare recentclerk of the county in which he re- And cheert her up and tay: "My ly lloth bodies were burned almost sides and dear. every' dealer who handle to cinder. pistol must pay annual license fee You've been quite feeble for a year. A coroner' inquest was held and under provisions of a law of 5, returned a verdict that both men had which wa pasted by the (Jeneral As- I'm thinking you thould have a rest. lt met their death accidentally at a sembly. You'd better take a trip out west." of an accidental tire. A fee of $1.00 is required with W, Dalton, one of the five men O. the registration ofthe pistol and the And in a couple day the frau in the bunk house at the time of the county clerk it required to furnish Is on the farm of Joshua Howe. accident, declared at the inquett held the the Secretary of State with a over the bodie of Huffman and Vig-- a complete list of all persons register- She pays her boanl to Farmer Howe, no that the tire occurred about 7 Who takes the bill and .ays, "I wow, ing pistols. o'clock Friday night after the men Any person convicted of not regis had eaten their Mipper and returned tering his gun shall to a ) Here' something that Jutt can't be to the bunk house. beat tine of from $5 to $'JO0 or confine-- . been He said that the tire had ment in jail for thirty day to tlx I Thi bill' the one I got for wheat.' built in the stove in the bunk house months. A similar penalty pro in order to dry the clothing of the vided for any dealer who fails to He humj a couple of cheerful tunes, men who had gotten wet during the obtain a license to buy and tell pis- - And goes and buys a lot more prune, afternoon. Huffman wa sitting on tol.. Any unregistered pistol will' the tloor und the other men were be forfeited to the commonwealth) The fellow who it "boss of his either standing up about the room or and .old by the sheriff. I home" generally bear the earmark". lying down on the bunk. Fatal Explosion. Dalton said that one of the men,' believed to be llaker, poured o,l un the fire and that after that the explosion followed so rapidly that he did not have a very clear conception of what really happened Dalton taid that he wat blinded by the tlames ami imoke Imediatel) after the explosion, but that he grab-be- d hi sweater and opened the door by which he wat standing and rush-- ' He said that he ed for the open. wat followed by Raker and Hale Raker, Dalton stated, ran to a mud hole and Hale jumped Into a water hole near by, Dalton stated that he could not tell why Huffman and Vigano did not iret out of the burning building, but he Jectared that he thought they were overcome by the tlame. Joe K. R. Rarnum, manager of the ranch stated at the inquest that he wa eating supper when he heard a woman tcream and that when he run to determine what the matter was he discovered that the bunk GOOD house waa in dames. That two men were trapped In the bunk hous wat not known at first. The men who got out of the teething cauldron of tlames could give no account of who wat tafe and who wat mining and it was not learned th atlluffman and Vigano were misting until a check STOVES EXPLODE Pistols Registered re-u- 1 Depend on ICE PURITY, IN ALL WEATHER We pledge ourselves to FULL WEIGHT, SERVICE BASTIN BROS. w The Central Record. Lancanttr Ky. Thursday, April 27, 922. 1 one-eleve- n llMf H 7n HHH cigarette Many Households Turn I To Talk Of Posy Beds THE OTHER MAN My 1 "VALLEY FARM FOUR ACTS 8 99 a 77irrr Friend Gen ttcmcit TURKISH VIRGINIA BUR LEY I JOAN M. GRAY ' a new package that fits the pocket At a price that fits the pocket-boo- k The. same unmatched blend of Turkish. Virgisia ami Burley Tobaccos &sLj&g Farm And Home New From Over Kentucky Knox county farm boy and (rfrU arc to have a hand in replacing the ,crub and monjrrcl hens of that district with pure brnl. County Acent Earl Mayhcw says. Sixty settings of pure bred hatching eggi recently were distributed to member of Juni-o- r agricultural club, to be used in helping them get a start with pure fj.ctjs.4N,"- - The purchase of 14 pure bred Poland China hogs by Leslie county farmer marks a new interest being taken in that section of the State in the improvement of herds by the use o fpure bred breeding stock, according to a report of County Agent T. L. Britton. club work Junior agricultural among Graves county boys and girls has developed to the point where the youngsters organize a club of their own accord before calling on the bred. county agent for help, according to Des. County Agent B. H. Mitchell. sie William, a high school student at Cuba, Craves county, recently organized a club of GO members and then asked for assistance in developing it. Todd county farmers living in the Trenton community will give special marketing, attention to soil improvement, seed selection, acreages of legumes, elimination of scrub sires, a community Junior agricultural club show and poultry improvement during the coming year, according to a program of work which they have arranged with the help of County Agent I. C (5 ruddy. A number of Webster county farmers are '.planning to use acid phosphate on their tobacco field this year broadcasting it at the rate of from three to four hundred pound an acre. County Agent L. K. Cutler says. This fertilizer has given good results in increasing crop yields when properly ued. BUY- STOCK IN THE The time of the year has arrived when talk of flower bed preparation develop to take a prominent place among other Important discussions in the Kentucky household, gardner say. The period of bloom, the color, and the height of various flowers loom up as Important questions to n demand atentlon before the base ball scores are read while much discussion has settled the point that the tallest growing flowers should be planted at the rear or In the center of the bed and the smaller growing ones near the edge, it Is said. Asters, cosmos, heliotrope, mari golds, nasturtiums, phlox, verbena, salvyia, coladium, canna, dahlias, gladioli, pinks, agertum, sweet aaya-suand dwarf xlnnia make up the group of flowers most commonly grown in the State ,acordlng to N. R. Elliott, of the College of Agricul ture cxtentlon division. The height to which they grow, the color of their blossoms ami the flowering period of some of the popu. lar flower follow: Marigolds, ten to .If! inches, pale, gold and orange, July to frn.t; nas turtiums, 12 to 24 inches, various colors, July to frost; phlox, 12 to 3(5 inches, various colors to brilliant, July to frost; verbena, six to nine inches, various colors, July to frost; salvyia, 12 to 36 inches, scarlet. August to frost; coladium, two to Ave feet, foliage plant; canna, two to six feet, pink, tellow and white, June to frost; dahlias, two to six feet, white, pink, yellow and red, June to October, gladioli, two to five feet, pink, white and red, June to frirst; pinks, 12 inches, pink and white mixed, June to frost; agertum, 12 inches, blue and white, June to frost; swcet'alyssum, six to 12 inches, white, May to frost; dwarf zinnia, 12 to 18 inches, crimson, yellow and white, June to frost; asters, 18 to 30 inches, various colors, Junly to September, cosmos, two to eight feet, white, pink and red, August to frost; Heliotrope, 12 to 24 inches, blue and white, May to September. early-seaso- BY ML HEBRON SCHOOL C till. tr Mrc1t Marie wanted the wan Harriet luted and Marie noiketi nutll she cut hint. Marie was Harriet's best friend and had all the oih'M unities In the world LANCASTER. them. Harriet bad liked and the man erj ruuili and they had llirirnhle for jears. He had Ihs-i- i eterjthlng lit her slnre her mother's ilrxtli ami phe had taken It fur granted at Eight that the) would alwaa he eterjthltig to mi li other. CIIAUACTKKS Mie reliimeil uiiesie teill) from a s twit lo a (lame allhe Culintry iloli Kutlrdge, a young New Yorker and found them (line toirelhrr. Khe Harold paikrd her thins and wtnl to lite Silas llolcomb, owner of Valley Farm with Aunt Harriet. Aunt Harriet Inxltiil her Terry Dean, a son of the soil brphew out for a wrrk rlnl, klmwltig u the David Hildreth, a New York lawyer that a heart ran le eaUKht Ix-el's !viffr chmi. AT SCHOOL AUDITORIUM KY. Saturday, April 29th o'clock P. M. Horace llendrirksmi Hubert Montgomery Murl Ilurdette (Joebel llarrod Lancaster Building & Loan Ass'n lUtrui by Tobacco flea beetles have been O KM BY COMMITTEE FROM LANCASTER BAND'S increasing rapidly in Kentucky dur-- ; -2 Ing the .past two years, acording to II. II. Jewtt, entomologist at the far SURPLUS FUNDS Best Btsl way to pay for HOME. t Kentucky Agricultural Experiment J. E. ROBINSON, President Wm. S. HOPPER, Sec'C & Tres. 'Station. The amount of damage which they do this year will depend largely upon how they have come through the winter in various Smtllttt Visible Things. Slaves ef the Stomach. of the State, he said. The inn would gues that the IV w Jerome K. Jerome writis: "We are smalliM things are sects are recognized as one of the vllhle tn the hut the erlest, rrlet slates of our the star. Yd Pliers "lis no dmihl worst pests that trouble tobacco MotnueliM. Itench not tiller morality in iici uch l the growers. and rlchteousne.s, my f rinds; watch cortei't (irent limns that case, n tunny of the stars are "Spraying tobacco plants with arvigilantly onr stomach, .nil diet It In nrtunl magnitude, their distance senate of lead at the rate of one with cure and Judgment. Tln ti virtue l lingular and'contentment s III rotue and reign diameterimtnrne that their and they pound of paste to ten gallons of wa! me ininlhle within uur In Art. uiisnticht hy auy utli the condition of geouietrlral ter or with the powder at the rate effort i'f jntir own; mill yon will he u'.ri 4. w.it The luinitti disks that they of one pound to 20 gallons of water n pwal citizen, a loxinc liuli ti l. mid i lift r ' here are tiurlou. an efTitt has been found to be a successful c tender father n iml'Ie. u tiia''. of rnul M method of destroying the insects. They also may be controlled by dusting the plants with n mixture of one pound of powdered arsenate of lead and four pounds of sifted wood ashes, care being taken to see that this mixture is properly prepared. "An additional measure of protec-- , tion to plants in the field may be obtained by dipping them at trans-- a ' planting time in a solution of nrsen-- , ate of lead made of one pound of paste or f pound of the powder and Ave gallons of water. The ! solution is stirred frequently with a paddle during the dripping. This I You've probably seen this method of control gives best re- Purina suits when the plants are arranged Guarantee time after time. in small bunches and only the leaves rnVF Surely by this time you muit dipped in the solution nnd then givTnTf 'BV feel that the Purina Mill 1' en u slight shake to remove excess could never mike this I v, Eto(,-'9E-k ' moisture." n.onty-bac- k guartnuc unlets V' ly i Adults of the beetle appear early Purina Chows do raactly it tfc ava,v ,r3C9 in the spring and collect on plants puramie tste. in the beds until transplanting time when they move to plants set in the Injury by the insect is char-- I field. Double -- Development actcrized by small round or irregular punctures scattered over the leaf surface and more or less complete Purina Chicken Chowder and Purina Bsby Chick Chow, fed si destruction of the leaf. The udult directed, are guaranteed to make Ml principally on the under side of cur chicks grow twice si fait the leuf, preferring those near the during the first six weeks ai H III ill ground, while the larvae feed on the when led grain feeds, such ai meal, iiile bread, cracked line rootlets and are capable qf doing wheat or other cereals considerable damage. we fail to p'rove this It Uicaster AND HELP YOUR TOWN ui Garrard Coty Ckaabtr 1- f Ctwnrce 'Tobacco Bugs Increase ee. During Past Two Years Earned 6 Per Ct Last Year. lit!tt sec-tin- : , Time for 'o Double-Development one-hal- howdown JuStl jlr jjSHaNUflL 97 ?sf Walker Montgomery met lllihunl and lllihard Azarlah Keep, a clock linker with Harriet. She a Huffman Jennings, servant at Hutledge mansion..... It all with u maddening plHlnly showing that she didn't Hettle llolcomb, a country flower, tranplanted to city soil. Fanny Kdgington hellete It. smile like that, Harriet," he Alvlra llolcomb, sister of Silas "Hon't ....Kniina Holticlaw lraill. "You're list swirl In ! I.eola Stone Isabel Carney, llililreth'a niece, ,a city rty "I'm not r ideal. I'm Jtit Kate Holticlaw arefiil," she ntimivd. "I do nH In. Mrs. Itutledge, Harold's mother lend to let )uu make ine think )ou .Christine Speake girl at the farm me Verbena, hired loe me and then lisle ynu fnr the t1rt attrailhe.glll who mlle l.iza Ann Tucker, who borrows but "never gonlps". Kate Holtzclaw at JiiU." "Ixik at liy," he wild. "Snneaiiir SYNOPSIS mrthliig In turn )hi agalnl ha done rirrthliiv, ll'x li"'t a p" and It's Act I Valley Farm. An afternoon In August. The engagement. not a hrykrii heart jmi'i hhllng. It's me a Act II The Itutledge mansion. New York City, the following December. wnuiiilnl pride. Harriet, (lis nee 1" The serpent has crept into F.den. "It's not wiMindid pride and 1 don't want In talk ! )nii aKHln." Act III Same as before, three weeks later. Parted. s "Hut J on are i;ilng to Mrs. Act IV At the farm again. An evening in the nest March. The triumph dsnce wild meT" IMrk wa a wnmlerful tlalner "Well, of love. je-r-s. raid Harriet, "hot I don't want to )iuafaln until tlimr anil left Mm Marin ihinmIII) at the fire. Kntw His Daddy. Dally Thought. When Harriet mine tlown the stair i.'aihig fmitliall slim kiiI,I What a pity Is It that wo ran !! be l.sr.i I. dreed for the iliilue. It was deeliled-l- hut nine to sare our country. ..thtf aMlnr. The Olll-- ll pleaaiit to hate Mrk waiting for tltge.1 l"i,i ) - ..I tllf value ) that she tier ami to hear him hilt tie i,l.ei "I ah I kid, wheo ' liMikeil s- linrly In her erlsp llltle riw ' he lslk IsSleid of Truth. fr k. She sfillt her heart In all soft-nA Utile lenrtons Is a daiip'rnos and kept Ihe isntrratloii on a thlnr. Inn ii eia tn hsie iio terrors safe lml. Orlsntal Cynicism, h. for iiml They elitrml Mr llerrlik's prell the 'limes of India. "Mj.ir" ) living room, now trlieil hare for l ledrei ti, Itaie great cura With a her i Yet own attrihute much ils ml iitf. and gns-ltSound Philosophy. shnrk Harriet sw Marie and the man. nln sod iii;iltli u Mendels-lo- l An Aruhlan nmi!i puts It this of ii, She pucd them with a little nrsl and nnv eIing March." Iloslnn i. 'He wlm ha. hentlh has hop, il tlik lo a gnxip of friends slid he whn has hope has eierjlhlnf." TrMi" tipi xlam-eof many amltl Ihe ninu-She would shnw Ihem! The ernliic wnre on and Marie ami Ihe man were ntitiat a far as Harriet and lik were rnnierneil, Capital $50,000.00 aware that Harriet nuihleiily Surplus $60,000.00 and that Marie was Mulling at Itlrk was riot aloof. Honor Roll Bank. "I-- t s no out nnd -- It on the stairs, 4 per cent paid on lime deThe stairs were she aM lo posits. Call and see us. shadow J". IMik' heart lealxsl. "Would ou like an Iret" he akri J. J Walker, President. a she ilroplMtl down near the top. She W, F. Champ, nodileit ttrarlly and he went down to E U' ( IH..... 1..', ,,. k. H,..t.l.n fetch one. She got up and walked halrony, t I, d, Davidson, Cathier. bIihic Ihe looking down umui the dancers paxlnx J I (nil. Assistant Cashier. HfTelieil, Suddenly he the diMir V. F Mdlrr, Assistant Cashier. Itlrlmrd was danrlng with Marie Mrs. Naomi Hamilton, Teller. She droMs Into n rhalr, her fare while. Suddenly the man sIihuI hefore Harriet," he ah! softly "jolt her. don't think liiurli of me, dn jnuf "I dlil." he said lillly. "Pear little girl," the mini LANCASTER. KY "dn jim love this splendid ' UlrkT II was I nude him ilnlire with ) Corner Public Square und Danville Strtct. Marie! I wantel tlil talk wltli )ou." "Von mean- - he klmws iilmut ilT" "Nn. I had lmiefl jihiM take me hiu-kiiml lell him jmirself) Harriet, neadlntss. What Is a Picture FramtJ think. He inled jim horrlhly. Won't Tn know Ii.im in he ready, n gixsl I'li'llire fiMM-- . aie fli'Uiiit) Ine you take me luirkl" on is 'lini n,iili-- the are .lie lis Ihlnc a prexnw. jiff Md one Iliat "Nn. nn'" he rlil. "The're com. ,wl Hlkin.ii. gra.p and Ihei Hiinii-- t ntli'i lion from i - i !n and take Marie lug up the Malr. 'I he) .Wild ho. nine a Tn le alua). lesxl) a ihmii Wllt he tllle ilMdf away." in tut part of ihe 4, u.- and not it tnt riWe ... aoll-,- a knnt f,H- eterjIliiMg el-n.i- l uiiili liMiked at her strnnr.ely a The . he 4ili:le in il,eliiolte.. C'nliH" UmfliiM tn and turned aw a and left her. moment s . ,..,.HM fr.im liv i .e ii- -.. I In adtailtase mImI Ilu. laugh a moment with She aw him ,. , HHrii nl. fur il ' iii lu. h it .'Miple ots'tlen frame H) with Marie. IMrk Bli IMrk nml turn -l he eiUatl) iimm4I- ,lut to imil'h in ,. .iue "onlUsi rnrne In her with while fsie and grim a "rl he wul he alrfe Im ton,' if the Htiii, OrilliM.iil ilo. mouth, ' . I., I'lt'-. ,,. fnjm, His I.H.IIH- -- aiel n, i,. iliuii "Harriet, what l that man In )miT' hartooi Ih,w to he restdt. Ii ii" ur wlih the w,M.wi-r.r the "Oh. IMik he-- he" . i. i.ert li..w in larl Henri I'led-e- i nt hi. Tell ine, Hiirrlet " ii . I 'i he's my father!" she said "IMrk. felt In Ilarrlft rtel lue half-smil- e, ....Joe er. belle........ ......... lise ....... slr Her-rlek'- M-- .ij fi e tr !. i Inln-liiK- d Ilk Ilk. t, ' CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK. - 11 ts- 1 - - Im.iv-ee- dl-i- Ht nn .. ii- tir '' - BvPQSc wide-ope- .Ej Pick answered. "Oh, Pick. I lowit my dad nnd he lineil me, und he ntd mother mi. How rolild he let Marie take her plarel He ws Ihe only dnd I had and I was the only rhlld he had, and et he's let ine he so lonely! Clint )ou muter tragically "Your rather!" PUBLIC SALE ON Ah stand!" mi. "Ye, dear. You're Ihe one It's hard rm Your father and Murle lire " THE PREMISES nUsSfT selfishly." "Murle, perhu, hut tint )our fathHe wants jour forgUines er. They sat logetlier side by side. "Harriet," Pick said, "will )oii They sell on " administrator of It. H. Tomlinson. deceased, we will tiuir-r- y 'i afrffffHWll statement wt will re fund Jour money. w IAIY WCHICKEtfl Now Ordtr I For Sale by 4 BECKER BALLARD, Bryantsville, Ky The Room Was l"u.:. Too. The IVncil has tnioie .iite a few pointed remarks about 'i, swinge lo-- . lug MKikisl all iluy. i ne WuU lUki t full, also, Tl.. s. -- Mir uro rutting up. and the I .. r Weight la The )lu- tOlliE lo holil them riliigo Is sticking ii...i... to re the isl(iluia get u i'ismi i.- in Ilia morning. Imt fuls The Ink's It Is, he has her and you have me I lie llle. Hill is l'i' . blue lieeuu and we are going to he very happy." J lie l llll'lltlur Ik Ski.iv I" get "i: t ry tiling hupiiens for II hot. I h kins U intuitu If. and the lilwnys. Pick," mid Harriot hratiiy all In. YU'nce iiml ,i..i.t ut. Let's lell father." niel" PkUJyiil ln wr niu this treiuiilous Harriet. They nt iilllelly aide hy lde AT FOUR O'CLOCK lllihunl klM-i- l her ailfaelnrlly, and later she lrred and brushed her Hps The house and lot on Richmond street, just opposite the home e n u nuni .i. tII. i, ... ) 111 .. 11HU II ..t sli)ly against Ids (heck, wie II. I uuBiien lioille llllCC. "Pick," she mid. with n llllle lgh. On this lot is a four room house, coal house and wood you come with me lo find father) "will City water and k'ood well. One of the best Krdcn I'm going lo tell him t hut h)goiies ure barn. bjgoiies and Iliat I shall try lo he plots in Lancaster. friends. 1 can't dn rimie than that. p This property Ms nicely located and 'will be sold on rea)ou think It will inuke him . luiili rV Hck drew lur In her fs-t- "Yes. It sonable terms and nossession cim h , k mill;. will. And think, dear, mm that )ou Look it over, come to the sale and buy a nice home. are going to marry me, wouldn't our lonesome without MurjeJ As father 11 Friday, April 28th, 19?? f,,,, j I' 1 lli.ri THE GARRARD BANK & TRUST CO. Capt. Am Bourne, Auct. The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday April 27. 1922 Notice Bids Wanted lllif will be received by the Court of (tarrartl County, on MAY for. repairing the lK.. 1922, CALORIMETER SHOWS INCREASE SEATING C rtCITY ta On HARDEST HOME WORK Washing, EtnlonKndo Both An May Adda or of Kltchtn Table Illustration Caplalna. Dorothy's Odd Audience By MALCOLM BROWN Swetftaj Kfoit ane" Scrub-bkif- l UbTrut. Sarlt n ttptnM i Ik t'slls.1 attls l.pttm,t TURNPIKES IN GARRARD COUN- - irrt,tf4 kr t AMaltsi lahorn,lory ei It dma not require TY, KENTUCKY.. perlnieut In convince any woman tlil the for tin year ending December 1st., washing and scrubbing are about will hardest work he ha to do; but It 11122. Interesting to many housekeeper to Quarries will be furnitheil by the be III wtilrli their tasks county know the order county on ectlon where rank when tested under Inltnratory . owm quarrir, where none I owned condition, For this purpose n by the County contractor must furn-Ii- h dally designed respiration calorimeter Mmr. Snltl metal shall be lirots. was used by the t'ldtel Stale Deport; er through ment of Agriculture The reult en ufTiclently line to pa .VI a two Inch ring at lt greatest iliamc meiired In cr.irlis, for h serlM of In on energy ex'ieiiilllure The breaking, measuring anil experiment ter. of household laks. spreading of ,aiil metal ihall be un- til perfOMIiilllif It wa found that such light tak engider superviilnn of county nail a sewing. To'iirtlnc. knitting, darn-tuineer. unit eiulirilderlng required mi ar otT In Said turnpike, are laid r race exieiidlture of nine calorie a follow, tiiMir more than that when the same mitij.it wa silting quietly III a chair. Dittrict No. 1 scrubbing Sugar Creek pike from Washing, aweeptng. ami energy Section 1. floors caused an lncresl Ju. Clark' Kate to Three Fork of about fifty calorie per roils of rock. hour oter the eiemHture at rest. Sugar Creek, with pike Ironing, drelng, a child, and dish Creek Section 2: Hoone from Danville pike to the enil. with washing esrh reqnlreil aoiit twenty, four calorie per hour. . . . .rod, of rock. V) of lightening the labor of va Section 3: Poor lloue pike from Klrkville pike to the end, wlth; . . rloo liouehold task were also stud led. It wa found, for example, that rod of rock, when the hel(ht of the dishwashing Dittrict No. 2i iwimII was nrteil tlte energy (5. table Section t : Mt. Hebron pike from ture rarleit. If the aubject workeil In W. Thompson' bouse to Mt. Hebron comfortable podtlun the espetidlture. rod of rock. of energy wa 21 lalorle an hour. It Church, with Settion 2: Mt Hebron pike from wa 'J.' calorie when the waoli pan that her arm Mt. Hebron Church to Sunnyide wa net too high r nlant ilurtne work, alnl .10 rnl- School House, with. ..rod of rock. orle when ti waa Udlged to lieud Section :t; Dietrich pike from mr. Lexington pike to the end, with rod of rock. Na1tl AnathaWTot. Section 4; Nryantsvlllr and Tan llarjurle wsj guct of Helen Tha dWugrrtrlug. Ileleli'i, inollier (tilled Yard pike, with., .rod of rock. Section 6: Hitch Hridge pike from her Into Ibe nrlt luooi hikI eipUllinl Tier guet to hrr that Marjorle ' Nannie Jennings to Kllia Hark .llt for her to and that It would h rod of rock. A How her to hate her own wny District No. 3t few minute later thev iluree! aerilu Section I : Kirkville pike from ind MrJirle, after looking at Helen "You Inul rod t minute or two, remurke,! . Hyattsvllle. to llackley, with better tfo In there and let )iir lilKllllua of rock. talk to )ou ncilli Section 2: Klrksvllle pike from County line, llackley to Maditon rod of rock. with Section 3: From Kirkville pike rod of rock. to Nina, with TA Section 4: lluckeye pike from lluckeye to Stapp' Kate, with.. rod of rock. Section B: lluckeye pike from Stapp' to Kentucky lUver. with.... f m t: 1 following f KaptrlmtnU Mad an Kn. by Waman In Par. fermanea of HouhH Taaka Llghtanlnv. --.War ordinary kitchen table miy hare nn extrnlnn nt one or both end that enlln epa will greatly Increnie It city When not miulred, the extension I fimlty removed. Ce the arne thick ne of'tioard from which the table I made fur the ettenln, (.'lit the . lWliui, till. is,lrs M,t)p.f Usin The uomlerfiil afteniooii hml at lust ariUeil, l.'orolliy CIIITonl m to initltti her ilrliut a ilmilst at ClarhUn hall, Hint UusIhcv, her Usoii was to lx there. t'lurlilite lisll isus nut the finest lull III the til). It ua, however, ouu of the liinlliii; uf nitisU'. ( Ihirothjr hml Imvii hersetf Ms 4 tl:inll for seteu )enr. ."the hml Inn II) triH'lltTs, tuK, Slit huil tiojieil tu llliilte milstc liT life rnreer. Illlt tiuiliy a Klrl who ilrenms of m life cutver stir. reinler It when the rUht nMii come a I "i ik'. Ami nlth l.tiituce to rure for. the oImiio huil a li- - valuetl frleml. !" liail alil, "1 Still. KiisImo!," run ilo nun In it while nt tlrst, even after ue Hie murrleil, ami make n few etra ilollsrs, I Mt you think so?" KiMtaie hail bisMi iluhloiis, hut trffr otliy's father eiiiptutlnilly In aKreemelit tlth tier. "ViMrre colliK to ulve that ! rlliil, iiliywuy, Doroihy," he mill. not very l'irotliy's father vn orilly vrlse, hut miytvay he hml hU will. Ami so th fateful afternoon arrived. When Iturothy urrlviil ullh her father ami Kustare ami saw the placards In front of the hulhllni: her heart cae little thnihs of priile. th-dtiii'Miiicdl in 1'lin.iril.' Kreat hlaek letters, iiinler her (ilcture. Itorothy niffonl." ami then. In smnll-e- r letters, "gives her pianoforte In ('larlilKe hair the last wonts ery hlg aKrtlli "on Krlilay liet lit eiliii-ulliiie YOU WANT TO SEE WE BEFORE YOU BUY A TOBACCO SETTER. HAVE THE AGENCY FOR GARRARD COUNTY. ' Addition ta Kitchen Tabl. a I The Nisco BRYANTSVILLE, KY, etart n wlilth of the table and required HlKiut one foot prr wide NOAH MARSEE, JR. Seasonkl For Gardners tlcable. I'm two trl of wood four tnrhea Inch tlilrk and wide, erenel(htli feet long, Screw the two nnd Mtip to the iipder ld of the fl they will JiMt rnme Intldf tentlon Welt the framework of the table. nttlnc ht are rut In the aide of the tahte throiirih which the strip are puttied to hold the eitendon securely. one-hnl- f ' ijo Of IHTtRtST TO tor-otliy ii ' tacking cucumber. A few quuh Tips erd planted in each hill with the cucumber will help hold down the amount of damage since the beetle Fine samlpaiH-- r U a neat erstei for of oumemr, The flrt planting prefer to feed on the wuah. Ink. tupjanh can be made about May lit.' If sweet corn and buth string Sumemr Crook Neck and White bran are planted in rows, they may!I tire.oe In the .sink I a very prolific Huh are good varietie. The eed, I . ( . II : It ruue of dlietise. are planted in hill about four fret' oe louoweu y oiner cro'i innerfolthe seaton. Sueet corn may be apart each way. .Salad plant thould be planteil In I)epite the fact that many at. lowed by fall turnips that are plant relys, o that there I always plenty. tempt to grow n few watermelon ed about August 1st. and bush bean by fall beet,planted about July lii, Iletnlu the full tlaror of new poin the home garden are utuucccMful, planted about August tatoes by tmlllni them In their akin. moot farmer and gnrdnrr feel that or fall lettuce they would like to have the plant in lot. Ministerial Sarcatm. Since cantaloupe, summer squash eluded. If the seed are planted in ra When Sir Illrhanl Mrttrlde and cucumber occupy the ground nil hllU eight feet apart each way and seaton, it I best to plant them to. prime minister of ItrltMh C'otumhla he a ihuvelful of pianure thoroughly one side of the garden where they found himself on the aame platform ruined with the rMiil in each hill, the lit bitterest xilltlral opMient. Ills B will not interfere with cultivation or opponent spoke llr-.- ! and tt:iyel Sir crop may be grown lurcrstfully, be shaded by other crop. Mellaril Mire. Then Sir ItUhard'a gardner at the College of Agriculturn eaine. He nlie for If minutes, ture eay. Tom Walton and Klecklay A Mittorleal Eiamplt. never nlltidlng to hN opMinent In the Sueet are good varietie. The lr l'ilaiice of dln'iilntlnf lli'itiM iiy mill" ;i theil.- - wlnn trlped cucumber beetle I aid terhfad u The !I probably the iword o lie mriiiil to Ii in .in I "Hello, to be one of the wort inectt at DainiMirr. Ibiluii Herald. hero' ltlir 1 IKXn rf-tit- . ( . Kustaie Miieiin her Imlil ami her falliT tnlstnl his white mustache ami strolleil hIoiik as priHiil as a kliiK. "ltoom 4. Miss rilfTnnl.- - they Mil her Inslile, So Punxliy hail to sar CoinJ-hto her father ami sweetheart ami hurry round to the uiusliians' eji. trance. She walk.il iii ami ilowii for I'laihUe hall l ijulte n nr-rhlo-- .j rod of rock. Section 0: Poor Kidge pike from lluckeye pike to Pleasant Hill School rod of rock. Houie, with Section 7; Poor Hlilge pike from y 1'leasant Hill chool houie to ItUrr, with. ..rod of rock. Section 8; Hack Creek pike from lluckeye pike to Paint l.lck Creek. Ken-tuck-- First to establish the iuzr price - usco HE makers of U. S. announcement last November "Hereafter the price of the 30x3 'UW is $10.90." The lowest price ever quoted on a tire of quality reputation and standard pirrortuuncc. And now, with the opening of Spring, there seem to be quite a number of "New and Special tires" coming into the market in the $10.90 price range. Perhaps you arc wondering just what there can be either "new" or "special" about these tires. It can't be the $10.90 price lance place ami at last foiiml rtMHii I. 'Thej- are waiting for you." saht an ohl iiitl.man at the stage entrance a little inrtly, PonMhy thouchU '11m houie was full. l'orotliy wslk.il forwanl toward tti, urand piano, whhii. rather ixlilly. sho thought, iNTiipleil a eorner of. I In stage liKteait of the renter, surd a s4iho of liHiul't'lappliii; hroke forth that the tears tame Into tier eyes. She could hanlly see to read tlui uiiisli that she unrolled and rlared ii'hmi the itutiil. The first part consisted f a Ctmplu Dorothy sat down and nocturne. struck the opening clnints. At first she waa timid. It was tier tlrst at'iearaiice In pulillc, auil I In presence, of these stratiKert dlsiu ceted her a little, hut hefore sho tiuil played lialf a ilozeii liars she had where she wis In the Joy of plajlug. nnd, hefore she knew It, the pleiv was ended. !orothy fix up aud Ikivvc-- Tires made this of rock. Dittrict No. 4. Section 1: Fall Uck pike from Dudderar's to Lincoln County line, rod of gravel. ( with Section 2: Carterville pike from Hlchmond pike to Wood View School rod of gravel. Houe, with. Section 2; Cartersvllle pike from View Wood to Itlchmond pike rod with llour-eof Sohool with rod . gravel. Section 3: Wood Cnrterville pike from Car-tervil!- e, View School Home, to rod of gravel. with Section 4: White Lick pike from Itlchmond pike to .Mr. John Winn's rod of gravel. with Section 5: White l.lck pike from field (now that the season prom ises business from the American it is worth remembering that "Usco" showed its good faith by announcing this price , Ian fall. The same intent to .one that has madc"Uco" a standard value for years. The "Usco" Tire was never better than it is today with its established quality, its timc'tcstcd performance, and its price closely in tunc U'itfi the tunes. car-ownefix-ur- to Paint l.lck rod of gravel. Creek, with Section fl: Lowell A Olllitpie pike from Itlchmond pike to the end, rod of rock. with Section 7; Couch pike from Point Leuvel to the end, with.... rod of rock. The bid wilt be on section, but - bidder will not be restricted to one Said bid (halt be sealed section. and it bund will be required for double the amount of the bid and aid bond shall be approved by the Fiscal Court, nnd aid bidder will preient with hi bid the name of hit The urety or sureties. propoied bidding shall be per roil of 225 cubic feet and contractor will be required to comply with hi contract otherwise hi bond will be declared forfeited. ' All bid mutt be tiled w ith the County Judge on or before May tltJi, Mr. John Wynn' "Usco" established that tivc months ago. To her amazement there was not . single Not one eron out of that vast audience had heeu sutflclently to applaud. There wa not a uhlsier. They sat In their aeata In slimy silence. tti.rottiy omtrolleil herself with She went slowly out through the staKe exit. She wmild not c lurk, She would no home, she "Uorolhy! Where have you heenr It was Kustace, Eustace stamllni; at her Mile, she tried to hide the tears that tilled her eye. "Dorothy' That's the wroni; room. That's Numher.'t. We have been wait-lufor )ou a ipiarter of in hour. The nudiemv Is Ketllm; Impatient.' The absurdity of tjie mistake sent the ulrl Into n reaction 6? Tiystericif lamthter. To whom had she been play-Inc- . l then? She would not now; she wiaild go on the rU'ht since and play her iart. t)llierwl,well, her father would hate to pay buck the hot oitlce nsvlpls. and that would mean thris or firnr hundnsl dollars, at Mechutilciilly she enlensl Nuni-leleast hand-clape yb-li- r3.vrwfQiiJ2) I. Nor duality reputation and standard performance for it take more than one full season for any new tire to (iVinotutrate where it stands in quality and value With so many tires ruh ing into this $ 10.90 price United States Tires n Goad Tlrtt And us she ,'iiterel Just us hearty a round of npplniiM ereeteil her as 1'ut when she eudisl the lious went "lid with enthusiasm. "Ilncore!" thee yelled. They Mlie. her luck tliree time In eaih of the first two p.irt nnd six times ttt the end. And, ns the wipers said next day, Dorothy hnd "arrived." "Who who were they, Kustiitv." she nskrtl, at the tlrt opportunity. r.iisiait threw hack hi- head and lrtlUll.il, "loroltiy," he said. M)our tlrst pulillc ciMitvrt wns slven befnrv the National A'SoclUtlon of - U.S. Tin Co. ! nil United States Tines united Statts KtMr Off liures Thrifty Bird. The large .siijle owi often etthers a ir.'e iimntity of f.H. l (Inrludln; unit nibhlts, xiultry and 11)22. Rubbtr Company lii, SVa, The Flcal Court reerve the right to reject any and all bid. 7bOUnliJtjfMl kmi m fit Wmll IRVINE STAI'P County Itoad Engineer. Fainting In Novtt, In "Mauto Sebatlano." it popular Victorian novel of llvo volume, tha fainted the follow, chief diameter lug number of time ; Jiillu dc Clifford 11. iJidy Dtlamore 4. tally Tt'eislosla 4, Lord (lleubrook 2. mid lenl Pel.i. Biurn 2. wwy... U. S. Tires: . HASELDEN BROS., GARAGE BECKER & BALLARD PAINT LICK GARAGE rUrona) for his mate nnd orTuprlng, and the easants have been known tu utllle blui as KIIJuli his ravens. There Is an old tale that the ptarmigan makes stores of berries and buds be neath the snow, hut there Is no doubt that nt least two specie of wood pwkt-r- s son jusirns. silckln them ririnly Into holes which are bored fur the purkose In the tree stems. ThU Is all the more Interesting, If It bt true, that what the witodp,H'ker reslly eat la nut the acorn, but a kind of grub that develops Inside It. His Sola AttMjJjjon. Ancient AdorerI num !l my wealth for your Jove. Voting Adotvd If you did iiuithlut o footUh I aiiiMiU iMyar lot you. e LANCASTER. KY DRYANTSVILLI?, KY PAINT LICK, KY The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday April 27, 922 1 LOST! 250 Pimple, 736 Blackhead and 3 Boilil Mo rwn1 l offered, because they are Inst foreve r' No question will I la.ked. rirrrt one question, "How .11.1 ou fc) triemi' TTiera is rui en "I cut out nw rati Isiumer. and guesiworkj I used ona of powerful Moodclnrr. r ntlil f a f known, and that la H. H. H.I Now my I pinkish, mr Mn e'ear a, n fsra mr cheeka are filled out and my Ihcumatlsm. too. I rone!" Till will I hi jour esperlenre, too. If you try H. urljr K. H. It It sritarantred tn I vegetable In all Ita remarkably effecmedicinal Incredlenta. H. 8. H. tive ik. nw hUiorr for you from now on! H. 8. H. la in.M ft all .lru Mores In two ,lira. Th larger tlie la the moro economical Drug Store." McHobert i 1 Grand And Glorious Feeling Nieholnsville News) There is no better known way to commune with nature than to creep down on the banks of the classical and historical Jessamine creek and Come to see our Overstuffed Parlor Suites, Loose Cushioned BED ROOM and DINING ROOM .1 Dndabl IMKCK Furniture SUITES in all finishes and styles. FIHIIK Sl'ITrXS AND it, ,.!.". (WtlsB. UU ruddy "lr. pure, ImIIsc c ihmt mn "S. S. S. I fur sale at "Fishy" But Good Talk about the benefit of ndver- thing! Down In Florida n few week ago a family lost their only chlM which they supposed hat! strayed away from home and gotten lost. After searching in vain for three day, the frantic parent placed an advertisement in the nearest newspaper. Imagine the surprise of the parents upon going to the door the next morning after the newspaper was published, to sec n monster had disgorged the child nlive and then tiled himself. The advertisement only cost them 25 cent and it gave them back their darling child. The parents sold the aligator hide for $75 and are the child In all the dime museum in the land at $500 per week. All this income from a mall aum of two bit. Does advertising pay? Exchange. ali-gatg Novelty Four Attract Crowds At Opening The Novelty Four Orchestra of this city, which furnished the musical program for the V. II. Million Drug attracted Co.. here last Saturday large crowd to the grand opening The program featuring Tenor and Alto Saxophones, Piano and Drums, consisted of the most popular or chestrations. The Managers of the V. !. Million Drug Co., were well pleaed with their selections, and the Camnbellville folk who heard the Novelty Four enjoyed the music The Manager of the Novelty Four Informs us they have everal en gagemenU in some of the adjoining counties to furnish music for similar and we know they wll occasion please the public. The Novelty Four is open for any and nil engagement out Oampbellsville News Journal. ,rbp t ni4o1utoly annihilate life' perplexities, eradicates selfish Animal Is Disease Resistant, Thrlvu ness, destroy hatred and murder a cn Detrimental Plant and I. disposition. dismal and grouchy Profitable. When you have put up a long string trrrrrr.i tr it" rmit st.u. t.rsnmM of fine fish and left the luxurious f Altlrsltut. ) The .VtiCnni gout, iIIm-iiresistant, sensation of nibble and bites you thriving on tin- - twigs, IiihI nml luives can comfortably recline under the f Imi-- li nml )iilu detrimental plains. cooling and refreshing shade of tow- llppl)ltig efn-lletand nml I enng elms and sycamore und drink In highly useful Inilr mid skin1 Is mill mi- .1,,. rhvthmlral music of the nlnclil known to most Htiple of Mils nuintry waters of this lovely stream and en-- I wtiltli Is one of the largest raisers of the Angoras In the wor'd, These are a Joy the orchestral rendition of few of Ilie lnleretliii- - fael liMHBlit 'I feathereil tribe. After spending a day III this fashion you will be splen- V equipped with tiroadcr vision of life, higher and nobler aspirations 3in l acquire such physical attainments as to be able to stand footed and kick an apple from the top of a six foot post. Come down nml commune with nature, breathe pure air, enjoy the wonderful panoramic scenery and mix and mingle with gallant men anil lovely women. Gosh, it's grand and glorious. it mi-i1 1 ArauUnAb AntnluHLT UbtrUL FIIIIIK SWINGS UOCKKKS CIIAIKS l,IIIKARYTAIIt.r 01)1) DIlKSSKItS I'OSTKH HKDS SI'ItlNCiS & MATT11KSSKS OF FJ.OOU COVKHINCS AI.I. KINDS WAKimOHK and STKA.M. Kit TKUNKS HKFUKSKKATOHS Oil, STOVKS KITCHKN CAIIINKTS DAY HKDS IlltASS HKDS IKON HKDS TRIBBLE ditcher lintel & PICKET FURN GO, DANVILLE, KY. UiilldiiiK. LOYD spending a few .Miss Jesie Kent days with Mrs. Luke Naylor. Mr Kirby Teater has had Delco ' ' ghts installed in his home. Mr. and Mr. Cleo Kay were visi-- t I ZSB3 Better Sires For Sale i "BRED IN OLD KENTUCKY" The aire is the better half of the herd anil the Pure BRED is a paying investment. 12 BIG RUGGED POLAND CHINA BOARS FOR SALE AT A PRICE TO MOVE THEM QUICK. Wntch this corner every week for bargains in all kinds Pure Bred Stock. Dixie SANDERS M. AMON, PROP. BROS. & LANCASTER, KY. Stock Farms. J. 'Ford, while the amounts charged for There heavy cars will be greater. Complaint of owners of Ford lure twice as many Fords in the State that they have to pay greater license 'as all other makes together, accord-- I fee than those who have larger, ing to statistics gathered by the autoIlased on last heavier and more expensive cars will mobile department. be without ground under the oper- year's figures the new license law will ation of the new license law which increase the State' revenue from Louisville $27,000., provide that the license fee shall be this . source based on a rate of 45 cents for each Time. horse-powand 25 cents for each THEY HIT THE SPOT hundred pounds the car weigh. This D. McMiller, Volunteer Fireman's applied only to pasesnger car act Home, Hudson, N. Y,, writes: "Foley with a capacity of seven passenger Kidney Pills are like a stream of or less. At present the tax is 00 water played on a fire by firemen. making the They hit the spot, put out the fire and cents ii charge for a Ford equal to many and drown the pain." Foley Kidney Pills ome larger cars. relieve rheumatic pains, backache, greater than sore muscle and other symptoms of Those who get their license after kidney and bladder trouble. less for a McROBERTS DRUG STORE June 15th. will pay $1.-1- Auto License Law horse-powe- r, t NEW To The Public: I BAKERY I tors near Danville last week-end- . Mr. and Mr. Squire T. Whittaker were In Lancaster Sunday evening. Yearling Angora Doe. Mr. and Mr. Floyd Snyder were m In riient Farmers Itttll.-- t 1st Hint, on Poor Kidge one afternoon last Tile Anzoni limn. published by the week. t'liltrd ,Mute t'pNrtiiimt of Airrl Mrs. J. D. Kay and James S. Kay eillture. uhli-l- i conliilns iletiilnl alioiit tlii- -e useful iiiilnmls, spent Saturday with her daughter, front ii hrlef of their ileeliH Mrs. Fred Snyder, uielit dim n to iiuiiiiienieiit of cat Mr. and Mrs Fred Snyder and litniiiilit". the marketlns of mohair. n tle daughter spent Sunday with Mr the trenlmelit of dlenes. and Mr. Jess Kay. Texas Is the leading Mr. and Mrs. I're.ttm Snyder were region of the t'nitrtt States, having j r (visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd more Angoras than all other Mates CimilllliMi' of toiMigraplir, al in Madison Sunday. YOUNG tltllde, iliniHte. mid price of land haw Mr. and Mrs. I L. Mathew visited rail Joined tn help iniike the ranches I Simpson and , ENJOY IT IN AFTER LIFE sur.i-s.fullei.ti,'ii.i rani;e, lmllnr Mr. and Mr, llobert to that III Tetii. limkes the remaining mother, Mrs. iSmpson Sunday. Young men who would enter the decline of life in comMr. and Mrs. Henry Sebastian, of j port of the SoiitliueM .eroml In Angora fortable circumstances should beg'n to save now. ranging. .Many fine orrliNrds In the 'McCreury were guest of Mr. and The approved modern method of saving is a savings acNorthwest stand on land that wn .Mrs. Knymond llurchell Sunday. count in the home bank. liruohe.1 off by the gonts, and there I" Misses Ilertle and Myrtle Taylor, This batik invite young men and yeung women to jeln much land In that region that I adnd-eiti family of savings depositors. for pennaiietit goat ranrlng. The of Madison, visited their sister, Mrs. oiithern Missouri and Harris Teater and Mr. Teater Osnrks, tn One dollar opens a savings account, and any sum tuay ronlaln many northern Arkansas, be deposited thereafter, hands of An turn, nml n til iiport Mr. ami Mrs. Kirby Teater and! more on n permanent tons, Hogan and J. - were guests hnsls suppleineiiteil Willi winter feedof Mr. and Mrs. William S. ItSy Suning, (lut'lile the nreiiv when then-'l- s ( yilrnl Knt rnnire Angorns may lie day afternoon. OF LANCASTER. tiy hnndling Mr. and Mrs. Harris Teater, Mr.' uei for S. C DENNY, Cashier. are hammed. hem rnmli as guest and Mr. Marshal Kay were Tlie Imlletiii may he obtained free of Mr. and Mr. Kirby Teater until' Capital hy iiddrelng tin )clirtm.'iit of bed time Sunday night. crlcnttnr. at Vnliltigtini, I, Roll Bank Mr. and Mr John A. Kay and charming daughters, Misses Lydia ALFALFA TEA NOT IN FAVOR Mae and Alice delightfully entertained Mr. and Mrs, Elijah Mc.Milllan. Where It Ends. Dig for Your Vitamins. Evldsrxc Docs Not Show Any Or rat of Ounn's Chapel, Mr. and Mrs. Mtu are born frve and eipial. am! Tt. re is .niHlilllK bImimI bread wn Advantage to Ot Gained by Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Koyston they ri main until their drst lllUe i.iflixi Mist puts Vint lulu our Us of Liquor. Kay, if Stanford, Sunday. ihelM. flotfcet are lil (HMlles , ! 'ne lulu iHr hearts. If jiw ar lu.nii, fHr vliassiiises In jmur Master A. J. Sutton spent the Alfalfa tea, iiiude hy pouring lill Polish New Shoes. rvilMis .lei' . i and tile fnr lhsSM. lug uater on liny mid alloulng It to week-enwith Mr. and Mr. J. D. or shines !hiIi Itniwn Immi by stirring Kay and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. S. Kay. sleep for a few hour, or rubbrsl uter with a .lire of raw pvliito Nature Looks After That. alfalfa mini I Into iihiI WHter and Miss Arleigh Mathew and Mr. befme the IMl Ss uppllnl. Then straining the mixture after several Il has been elistNls that at ih Toinnne Murphy were married in they an nry t eleeiM nimI take a gtusl ptrsesit rale itf hour. Iihs been lilclily reuilllllieinlFil Lancaster by Kev. II. S. Hudson iM.llfclt. Itte an-rfrom time to time for feeding young 4aul ef tthe world .saM extWHt young- - j animal, but the evidence reviewed b Wednesday, The bride it the the air of rarUm tllssaltle la atsneit, I the I'nltrd States IVpartimiil of Asri- - est daughter of Mr, and Mr. Wm. thirty irs If II wete nut emv4sUiy It Pregrtt til t nr. does not limv any greut Matthew. The groom is the son of "It Msay ! stessxrisss er It Htay b IsMllg tit be gullied tlirmiKli the lle Mr. und Mr. Sam Murphy and a. n lumber fHtsti of Kaealmi." sUl Hst Man of I III lliiimr Smiii- - xperlinent Mil young farmer of sterling worm, no IIimsIIv. "btsl It la Mhreti thai IHW. Island of New Caledonia. iums hai found that pig made belter u t0 New rateatfistla la a ItHMMIittHoHs conKra,uut,M on winning , the! uibtys its. les uf a ri'imlallixi fur v gain when riirnnieiil and iiilihlllncs ... proWtv iimi tlrtw- - Is SMd m itMuh of lsrsl in live SiHilh Ihtetrie ou ,hw . '"t""1 itrean, ' were ulx.,1 Hill, alfulfa .... rather huml " a luiMtbSip as It whs a few )ears nia surrMiiixbsl by a large er reef 111 lliiill water, but the iiildlllnlilil gnlHs for a help mate. Their many friend li. fail. I have heurtl sutue haiisklliH wtil-ifi..i nve In Mfteen loHrs were hardly eiiioiKh to pn for the its- - wish them a long life and much hup- - ' plug ish the let l.libnl Hlijllltlul uf frtau tl.e slMsre It Is the switheril-im.on the sea of matrimony. A fed alfalfa pine reused expense. Cuht-,.f Hie M I. in, mil island and la i....r Ihhs ensika."- - I 'llUmo gains mid suffered nice suppur was given in 'heir honor lUilv News HM.r leu made tUt Ii iles eukl t.f lstrallH. liiilrh from MiMir. On the whnle. the at the home of the bride Wednesday Km Hi of making this tin fur the evening. A number of friends were In k shnllld be su)s the present. ib'ptirtiiieiit. ry j got-ratliic eonl-lilneiSny-jile- It always worse n Shabbytewn gives my soul a thrill when I arrive The town looks like In Shabbytown they do not rare if in things look seedy everywhere They a blooming bridge, the people take have no pep, they've lost their grip, la kearfv nrnle in tMakiriL- - thinL-- s look they simply sit around and yip, in clean and bright, an In their labor envy' tones, of (Slossyville, the shin- take delight. They're lavish with ing village on thhill. Oh, Shabby-tow- n the helpful paint, selecting colors is punk and gray, and it shows chaste or quaint, ami decorating evsymptoms of decay, and strangers ery shack; thus warding on decay's passing through remark, "It surely attack, and making alt the building dates back to the Ark."1 "Clean Up look like buildings read of in a book. and I'aint Dp," makes men frown And strangers, when they see the along the streets of Shabbytown. A town, say, "Here we'll come and setcan of paint makes no appeal to this tle down and raise us nineteen ktd bum village, down at heel; the peo- apiei-and live and die as slick as ple think therlis no sense in going grease " This happy Burg goes to so much exnriiM-- . so thimr are r.ght ahead, while Shabbytown is always going down, and grting pr re and Jead Walt Mason. In Shabbytown , (ilo)il!e SAVE MONEY WHEN hnih-utlllzJti- THE NATIONAL BANK $50,000. Honor hriisli-eleiiriii- sli-e- Surplus i50,000. d i d H n as i -i -- HELP EFFICIENCY , Some men are great at swaggering' OF HORSE until they turn towards home. a Mis- Numtrout Inquiries Rtctlvsd at souri ColltB of Agricultur for Hitches. have opened a Bakery at the Kenjrarlan Hotel and am prepared to furnish the families of Lancaster .ml Garrard county with THIRD FARMERS' Fresh Bread. Rolls, Cakes. Cookies. Pies. Etc.. Every Day. A sample of my p.oduct will make a customer you I am sure. Give me a trial order and conof vince me you appreciate a good Bakery in Lancas- Kiiriiiers lire making ue nf pouer In lurcer mills lliun eer before. Num erous ltiitllries tiltehi'S r Ibrei-lmrfor wuguns und to eight honie bllrlu-- s ftr plow a ure being received by the .Missouri l.'ullite of .grlctlb WiM.ley f the .1. lure. a eticlneering ilepurtuient. Hi nil The lhree-horliuil wilt lake hut Utile mure of the iiiHna time I bull the two, but Ids ein'len y hu been Inereuseil xe he BETTER SIRE SALE IBOPURdaEIREGISTEJUBIIUS HEREF0RDS SHORTHORNS from ANGUS j For Sale Privately As administrator of the of It. H. Tomlliihon, we oirer for sale privately, the following: doeeus-t-- d, r HU'rU-iil- THE TOMUNSON HOME ON RICHMOND STREET This is one of Hie most desirable homes in the city; law lot of one acre; house of eiht rooms, two halls and all out ImildlUKS necessary; also nice small home just across the street from the residence and very suitable for small family. The property ad joining the store of Goodloe and Walker Brothers, in the Northwest corner of the public square; also five houses and some vacant lots on Iluckcye street. The above property will be sold on reasonable terms and at reasonable prices and will be glad to show any of this property at any ttmc"tu those interested. e Ml per will. ' bil hardt in the Stata to ba auctioned to farmers Oats Best for Sows. fur und a inlitun of uiita and coro I better than either (rsln alone. .VI fulfil or even rimer buy will pay gtsiO returns when fed to brood ows. On Is Is u iiiuili jrood sow than of iilwiut ispiul purl better irnln THURSDAY, MAY 4th, At 10 A. M. ter. ' Very Respectfully, BOUWON STOCK YARDS LOUISVILLE, KY. ' C. H. MEIER. Baker Alfalfa Bad for Horse. It eeiii udvlsuble. Jmlxllig finin the results ,f eX rlluent. nut lo feel ii Iksivv ulfulfu ration with torn in Imrses, imrtlwilurly l" pure-Iro'- s uen klrg tie be psitklblt (ft 111 ra caJorsad by th That sale United Stales Gorcrnm.nt, tha of Africullura K.ntucky CoU and laa Wanks l kka Suit. THE GARRARD BANK I4t.l lit & TRUST CO. Tne Central Record. Lancaster, Ky. Thursday. April 27, 1922 Crack. At Creation. Tomorrow away Somi" Ihi- - ENGLISH SPABROW.IS in always Jul a far tNtmY UP NtmAJUUhw pooplo arr novrr krrn on Thry nlway pay. borrow. Benefactor to Humanity at Leant in One Respect. 4; Dlrd Seem to Hav Special LIMno lor Call Formed by Paratltle Worm Other Mean (or Csntrol-lin- g llratnb'M Thoy nrr pimpli arc fortunntr. Hcvcr troubtiil with brain-Morm- a, Help keep ours out of the "shabby town" class. Improve the selling chance of your home with good paint. GUY. Mr. Jim Ilworin t JuiIk' W lnurok. Il tlunal print. Day may now retire upon hit lirokrn Into nn Olieaie. lit.H ' l Ni.l.. r.Mm-- Somi wimn1!! at nevr happy un- til thry bavi- - iiequlrcd a have told it to a dear friend. and irn- on b- - tlmi' for dad to It will pcrrli hlniM'lf on tb back fnnr and watch mother dant the Burden. vkiting bi is-(- r. Air Joe llrrwer, of Ninn, and Mn- Wed-ned- a tor (5eo. Ynntm were n ght Mr. and Mr. Wm. Was. Walker I'rtday afternoon. Mr. Wm. Kinder i4 eMtdreti t VelneMr. Jinnee YnhU , Mr. MMtlMn Collin. Mr. Jmh Ynittis vMtnl Steel. Mr. it hi I V.. if guit Mr. - t1 ' life MmNIc IIsmh. spint Uie wwi .mbm M in Wfk-lSuM- T.. Jr. IUe. nf lthrt KiokatMiul. aiionl Kundav with Mm. ltnnaMun. ,' Mr. nnd Mr. Wm. Whittnker anil "Bter. Ml sverne, were vWtors T. Itiee and ..tM, nml Mies JCelto 1 Smith. Sr.. Mr. Mm. C. K. Ilwinr hI mm. Juwr nH) j r,, vM. Smith, Jr. f the MHwm v.er tj UiK-il- r frtntli,03inKtfl rwd. nt Sundny with Saturday. Mr and Mr. Tm Turner. Mr. .K&iert ltill!i. ef CeMn Mr and Mr. Walla re J ones and Mr. rWtlrtg Wi(r Mr. jdigli.'w. Marie nml Orc arid Mn. Tsm Ynntl. jltonnte Hopper ami oa, Jeno, nf .Mr. lleUi- - lrkr-r-, of Mastl, IEWiuhhkI were Sunday rMtr of win thr gunst the pet wtk of Mr.! Mr. unit Mr. W. T. Sutton. ; John Donaldson. m! Mw Ww nml Mr arHM Mr. Jnme Shm of Kmw. rt4--j daughter. Mis Ktael, Mr and Mr, ting her daughter, Mr. A. N. Merida Stone Tunkersley im.1 Uby. Messr. and .Mr. Mrrhla. prnt Arthur Sam and Flyd Ham. Mr. and Mr. Ilery Vater and fur j Sunday with Mr. and Mr. A. N. Uxor Sunday guest Mr. an4 Mr, j Merida. RM 1UW ua I family. Kcp r,. ,,r hb4 Mr1 1rry l)ai4MMi ami Mr. CHI. turnrd thu w.-Mr. frm thcr bridal t of Tu.iy wttfc'umr. Thoir mny fHrrnl hrc. with Mr. Mlm4a Collin. for lBrw a happy and rnpTui Mb Mary ltrnwn I tMUmit hrrjtifv. and intend to Mr. UWt- - a Mr .and Mr. fha. ity widomr. (iratrr. ef I'aint Lick. Mr, Wm whltlakrr wnr Mr Mr. and Mr. Wm. Klndrr and chll-lmat a ili lichtful dinnrr Saturday arn wero Sunday v - of Mr. ami thHr i;ut l4nt: Mr. and Mr. bort ("handler. Mr. and Mr. Hubrrt Hacm llrvwn f lluckryv. of Mndifl nnd Mr. nn.l Mr. Hacan. Mir nw Mae and' Chattdlcr. Chandler, Mr Kdd nf l.anni-te- r. laVIa Hroadilu were vititer Tuesday White. af Mr. ami Mr. Martu. fomI,nln)l Tm. f)r, ,ai). of lhr Mr. ami Mr. Mile) Heatlry and that po.inr; for tu many newpaper a tiresome Job, haity, f McCreary. were recent vii- - photographer I tor of Mr. and Mr. Marru White There' a'.way a it mo to ipit '"l lAtur "' h,r, unnr. Mr. and Mr. Win. ,f of Mr. Iinii Mr. KM Cbnnd- - cliatf po.i u a Tin' auirunt liKiiitUil 1dy th- - only thine ludow Iliirtlli: the enrl nf thin par bpint: the body nml thr dignity. calln tli tmrrwi tim to lme wIhI llklnn: litem At rlrM It Ha If ...irlalM tw.ntriHMMHH art deter- ilwt Mh. iMmtn niliunl to doftroy our honvimt urmor oprmd Hie lMfe.ii..ti In thlM wy. Iwt we MiKitett that they Inrlmle their h wm fixtnd iIihI the iw'rriHt" iHs''-In- 'ilfl. . to kill li xfiMn t' wn hule. IcIIMIim.' Tin- - nciiiMi. i.f Mhel number of ltulan nr' aid ti 't ir;nin. .irni to in in Mii.ii"" to be reirtinir to rnniballm K ' : Norlli I "nr. Ite. That oHKht t lMlf iiirtou nl f Acri-inllur- e liNte li..v n Hint llir l.nslii iwrrow I. H in hfdi.ii.r Hi IniMnint v in ! rr-- t al It i Hlile It. kill fHBmiiMl.". imraolih- - nn ntiwl. i In IM ncmaltxlf of Ih--i, tin- - tmrHMlie ifiH fnrm. cIN wlilrh lllhi- - I In- - 4Hre nt n ntirriKtl kerHelo. I llenl HMn,i:iilM'Hi nlicl ifilidJi'tiil hy let Me.i ir .rni- 4 to 16 Bushels More Corn Per Acre Missing only four kernels out of every 100 that should be planted means n loss of four bushels per ncrc. Plnnting four or five kernels where only three will thrive means n 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 -- -- eMpe Marvation. their value in their wn JOHNaEDEERE No. 999 CORN PLANTER of the No. 999 give you the ac curacy that you would cet if you pinitaVlnRly counted out and dropped the kernel by hand. By means of the Variable-Dr- op top-pin- Tlie"Countlnc.Out"Method Met, 1 . XPECTANX ! MOTHERS Tcr Thr II.V3 Had U.tier By i Ccn.r.llon& Child-Birt- Ulnj Englith bparr.A t., Oictu n Controlling DImji of Wheat. g Dcrice, without the team or leaving the to be changed. teat, you can change the drop to two, three or four kernel Fettillzer and pea attachnlway the exact number ments can be furniihed cither Merely shift a foot lever or both can be uaed when to make the change. planting corn. Get 'your (share of blccer corn profits by using a John Deere Planter. Come in and see the No. 999. d. drilling', or vice vera, ii made inttantly by means of foot lever. Nine drilling dlttance can be ireured without changing plates. The No. 909 plants a great variety of seed without cut-o- il baring Chance from hilling to nn' ("kl ll'y i k U. IIMI. HH-n- I mi. m. ruu.ii.. McROBERTS co, Sim. U Alum . iimii-r- . uml xHlic. ncriull iHken ur n prm'tl' Hide li e iimih ireeuutinn are not r oriumileiy ronin-- i ronlrol measure if ii I Goodloe & Walker Bros. Editor Tells Truth; Catches First Train The Result Take one recklcM, natural born fol. Two or three drink of bad liquor. A fa?t. high powdijred motor car. Soak the fool in the liquor, place In the car and let him go. After duo time, remove from wreckage, place In blnck latin lined box and garnish with flower. From Walton, ((ia.) News n Tliev t. tt ; r, ,,, nf e free from nelHHlodi- - sail, nn iieinniid- oKlne uh iIimh free hind. CD keeping ulietn or oilier a Wheel, Windmill Without ue-plloff Infevtrd field I here are to he fer at lenot ope ear, itnd in South Aim-rikevpln u nindinllt neniMl'Mlt infe.inl irnw and manure ceH uhlili I etitlrel) ttlllioiil he Ills: Mind iff land In he nei fur wheal ullhln l wi-uhkli I u Ii an "'HIIhI fea- a J ear er sinerator tu l ture of the The neniHtiMle i not .hi, i, mm A 4iii-mmi In llil iiMiHlrj lalerally in the o l.y It own effort U IihIhikoI hi inh u way tbiit hort iltanre. exiept fur er Km1 rtllMl setK HIMliT it HImI rtllt It. of till faet the dleae he nml win II II ha Hill lrwk-- l to effeeiiely eoniridleil hy the farmer ihhI of II run H .tusl I - lxnil It may on'who,iierur. It 4hmh MSain. tin- - vi ml I'IIhb neicilMlr (i) the iih DRUG STORE () ta l t- tin-ci- , Kvery no often we read of the newspaper editor who start out to tell the truth, and we note that he doesn't last Ions;. Not that we want to di.courage truthfulness; on the ether hand wc merely want to Jay that you can tell the truth anye Nn uhenl aret) adaptetl for In the lnfete eetlnn haa hern where else hut in the newspaper. from The latet example come found reltiint m till ileae. Southern Knna. when nn editor The llriti.sh government is reportwedding ed to be ready to pay the interest on TEACH CALF TO LEAD EARLY wrote the following alieut a in hi. town. the war debts due the United States, Married- - Mi Sylvia Ithode to Mr. but we doubt it. They don't do anyYoung Animali Are Cai.r to Handle Jame Callahan, hint Sunday eve- thing rah over there. and They Should B FltUd ning at the HaptUt church. The With Halter. COUGHS AND COLDS bride i an ordinary town girl, who to he often lead to doetn't know any more about cooki'ii lull)' in llio Iiuh rin: or iirelired hull or ing than n rabbit know about makPNEUMONIA r liodii he taught to lead when ing Midii water yrup, and who never Don't trifle with either n cough or ef yimiic They HIV eiiiT to llHIIille helped her mother three day in her LUNOAUDIA is mihI imifli time and tronlile will lie cold on the cheot. i not beautiful by recognized today a entire life. She the greatest kiimm! Inter on. lil any menu, anil hn a gait like n remedy ever offered for the relief of When rahe nr a few month I hey The groom ha been a shift-le- a inch conditions. Its action is swift Iwrtllcl he I'nrefitll.v titled with duck. any nnd ijnlter and tied hp n .linrt time cneli ort of fellow and a confirmed roughcertain, good fortrouble.kind of Once nml bronchial In). Thl will raw' them to lend wry loafer, having lived oir the old folk yeu will never accept a subreaiHIy. I.ond the iiilve to xHi WIe or all hi life. They are going to have uwii stitute. It is free from opiates and lo uuler for n few day. In hiullin; n hard life while they live together." safe f. . h'Mren. The bot drug-cist- s tlii-for lb- - llrt few lime pull t'rom Coat to Conit cell and lie told the truth, that editor, but tlafoiwlly tlrt to one l(c and then Kuy a he had to catch the firt train oi r recon mend l.l'NdAItOIA. other. lo the bottle today and put it tquarely to County Messenger. the t.st. fiOc and fl.20 bottle. if town. ' Any one ean avoid the pitfnl's of PLEASES HOGS McROBERTS DRUG STORE. life b steering clear of them. ) Oetter Cain Made by Use of Device eul-lur- Ile. --- thi SELF-FEEDE- R and Are Oullt In Many Dif- ferent Way. Il I II er LIT Hint Men of Character Build a Battery of Character Itatlrrlra, I m I CihhI or lad, ilrirnd Hie. human ., luve charurlrr; xlietlirr that chur.tctrr cntlitly upou tlio character of l ho builder. Hint do not. The- - feler for hug ' Iioiihle- ori- - iiiaile In tarlou K.de feiilrr with H lngle diMir on lop. i ' iloiihle-kiil- e feeder with a double diMir on top mid .ingle klde feeder with u lnsl door on lop, nil lme pro veil pmi'llenl. fart well r.' onlf im iv feed hog. hnving neeex to i lf- nwke belter smin ihnn I ln.,-- , 11 I ARE YOUR CHILOREN EXTRAVAGANT? To allow u child to become fMriiv.jjant, no mutter how well-of- f the parents may be, is to seriously interfere with the development of its character. Extravagance breeds idleness and a lack of appreciation of values. A pampered and child can never really experience those joys and pleasures that arc the birthright of childhood. over-indtiiK-- lpe. A The Cooper Engineer are mrnwhohave detignetl luttenra nowenjoyingnnjlKwul reputaiion mm who luvcdvtel their entile career to the dcwlopimnt nf the storage luttery indulry,anil u n fitting climax have given tothe motoring iRililica lattery that might v.dl be culled a TIIE PLATE IS THE 'HEART A .it!i an aitive nuterial of 'Specul i an ciduiive feature by thete men, ami i rcponih!o for tlio imutuallv long lrio of tlrcmUblc Halting and lilitini; icnkc that tic Coopu com-litiol OF THE HATTER Y. heavy plate poted by hand FEED HORSES SWEET CLOVER (letter (or Them Clat Than Any Other of Animal Oecauie Fiber Is Eaity Olgotid. I I I I Ditttry jitldj. Call at our m Ice ttutlon nnd let ut cipluln tu you In detail the merit of the COOi'KK IS.VITCHY, bcidcs uciiuuiutiiig'yuu ultli the , i guaruntro under which it old. CONN and CONN SUb and Scrvic Sttiopi ulloweil lo lieentne SeH .liner. Ifery fairly nmtHre. I iinre and lem-m- . I In) of that liii mil rr I nmro fMornlde for liore 'liun nriy other tlH of MllliiinU Ihskii-- o hore mil Teiit-:ig- e eoHKiuie and dlge.l a larcer of erilde lil.er III pllltlt. 'till hore ha an lliteotliie ..f l'inilo Inrce inpiirlij and Hie erude liber illge.ted In the liietlne rather tlmn tlx- t imiih i Ii. CURE DIGESTIVE DISORDERS Preventive Over-Empha- Value o( Charcoal a Ailments Cannot Be ef - died. aliie of ehnreeil esn rr'Tly and It should le fed lo fouls of all age aa a pretelil te of Uiel disorder and disrate. II is .el to keep II before lhr fowl at all lime, aii there I no ilmiger of their The 4 PER CENT ON TIME AND SAVINGS POSITS. DE- le The Garrard Bank & Trust Go LANCASTER, KY. Wc sell travelers Cheques, which are good In the United States and nil foreign countries. 2SS inline to liiut.li. ('harreal ha n gren' purlf)lii( effert In absorbing notions gue nnd nlll correct saauy llt:ellie dUoiders. mmmmm The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky. Thursday. April 27, 922 1 Arnold, W. T. -- . Arnold, Ash OF THE Anderson, John ... Anderson, Dewey . Anderson, Less ... Anderson, Everett COUNTY, Anderson, Richard TION OF Anderson, Johny . Anderson, W. F. .. Anglln, Fred Allen, Elmer .... Court Allen, PeteY Havlnit been appoint.! by thGarranl County, Kentucky, Fiscal ending April 1. 1921, iiroadus, Gilbert .. to compile a Financial Statement for the fiscal year Hroadus. Tom Heard. W. M the following report Is respectfully ubmltte.l. Benge, Illllle Benge. Elijah (COXTIXUED FROM LAST WEEK) Italian!. Sam Ballard, Frank ... Ballard. Ed ROAD FUND BY TREASURER GARRARD Ball, Ernest CLAIMS PAID OUT OF Beazley, Arthur . . COUNTY, KENTUCKY. Beazley, Clarence . Beazley, Wm. 28.50 Beazley, Wm $ 30.00 Teater, Meade Roblnsor.. Harvey 28.80 Beazley, John 20.00 Teater, Meade Robinson, Harvey 25.50 Burnside, J. G. 30.00 Teater, Meade Harvey ltoblnon, 33.00 Burnside, Robt. ... ... Meade .10.00 Teater, Mer.de 36.00 Baker, Carl Robinson. Harvey Teater, 28.H0 Baker, John 25.00 Teater. Meade Harvey Robin 12.00 teater, Meade 6.00 Baker, Howard Robinson. Line r. , Hen 0.00 Teater, Meade 17.50 Baker. T. J ltollns-n21.50 Teater, Meade 3.50 Baker, Curt Stapp, Irvine 10.25 Teater. Meade . 3.50 Baker, J. A. .. .. Stapp, Irvine io.no Teater. Meade 4.55 Barker. R. Stapp. Irvine 19.25 Teater, Meade 3.50 Barker, I.ee Stapp. Irvine 15.75 TViti-r- . Mende 17.50 Barker, Everett ... Stapp, Irvine 10.50 teater, Meade 17.50 Barker, Elmer Stapp, Irvine 10.50 Barker. G. W 21.00 Teater, Meade Stapp. Irvine 1.50 Barker, Thos 20.30 Teater, . D Stapp, 14.00 Teater. A. D. 14.00 Brumfleld. J. D. .. Stapp. Irvine 15.75 Bolton, Clarence .. 7.00 Teater, A. I). Stapp, Irvine 15.75 Tenter, A D 19.25 Bolton, John Stapp. Irvine .. 7.00 H.iiri. Ollie I) 19.25 Teater, Stapp, Irvine 7.75 Teater, A. D 7.00 Brewer, Grover Stapp. I 'vine I l.2G Teater, A 10.50 Brewer. J. II I) Stapp. Irvine 15.75 Teater. 20.50 Bruner, Les .D Stapp, Irvine 14.00 Teater A. I) 17.50 Beaty. Cecil Stapp. Irvine 23.75 Teater, A. I) 14.70 Boian. Robt. Stapp. Itvine 5.25 Teater. A. D 10.50 Boian, Carl Stapp, Irvine t.55 Boian, Joe 7.00 Teater, II. D Stapp. Irvine 7.00 Teater, A. D 21.00 Boatlev. Chas Stapp. Irvine 17.50 Teater. V. D 10.50 Boner. Ja. Stapp, Irvine . 7.50 Teater, k'lriiv 40.50 Bess. Walker -- . Stapp, Hnrton 19.25 Thompson. Wesley .. 93.25 Bell. Ira Stapp, Hurton 7.00 Todd. fi. II 27.62 Bryant, Chas. Stapp, Hurton 3.50 Uryant. Walter 19.00 Tyse, Wesley Stapp. Hurton 13.75 Brvant. Arnold 2.00 Tyse. Wesley - -- Stapp, Burton 7.00 Burton. H. G 1.75 Tv,. Weslev Stapp, I.'urtun 12.00 Tyse, We'kv 3.50 Burton, Less I Shearer, John 18.00 Burton, R. J 9.60 Trumbo, Ebb Shear', John ... 18.00 Trumbo, Ebb 6.60 Burton, Abe Shearer. John 6.00 Hurton. R. G 7.50 Trumbo, Ebb . Shearer. John . 3.00 Barnes, Frank 10.50 Trumbo, KLb . .- Shearer, John 2.25 Trumbo, Ebb . 21.00 Barnes. Tom . Scott Rro. 18.01 Barnes. Lewis 10.50 I'pingtor. F I). Sales Co. Scott. W. M 4.40 Vanhus 9.00 Brickey. W. M. A II. Sutton. Davis 1 1.35 Urock, hmmett . . . 17.22 Kelley Stanilaul Oil Co anhu 69.49 Western Petrolum Co. S7.73 Bidden. J. M. Standard Oil Co 211.03 West. Harry 12.25 Brown. Cecil Standard Oil Co 144.77 West. Hnrry 7.00 Brown. Jack Standam Oil Co -, McKinley 3.50 Ilmiirhnian. Price . 17.50 West, Harry Schoole.. 48.00 Bradshaw, Eugene 3.50 West. Harry .. Schooler, McKinley 40.50 West. Ilirry 20.00 Cain, Marion State Road Department 04.30 West. Hurry 22.00 Calico, Eugene Sweeney, Jesse 111.03 West, Harry 26.30 Calico, John . Sweenev, Jen G.OO Warren. Geo. . 12.00 Calico, Lionel Smith, John . 13.50 Wearrer, Ceo. . 13.50 Calico, Morri Smith Bros S.0O Calico, Ben 17.00 Wearren. Oeo. Stipes. Ray .. G.OO Wearren. Geo. .. . 6.00 Crutcher. Lewis . . Stipe, Ray 24.00 Wearreri, Geo. .. Stipe, Ray . 9.00 Curtis. Hussell 10.00 Wearren (eo. 3.00 Curtis. Clarence Stipe, Ray . 6.90 Curtis, Hoyd 6.00 Wearren, Geo. Stipe, Raymond C.50 Wearren. Geo. 5.70 Cochrel. Will Raymond Stipe, . 6.15 Wearren, Geo 36.00 Cochrel, Frank Stipe. .1 12.00 Child.. G. T. 15.00 Wearren. Creed Stipe, Ja. 13.50 Criscillls. Joe 9.00 Wearren. Creed Stipe, las 27.00 Wearren. Creed 18.00 Criscillis, Jas Simpson, John Simpson. John 6.00 Wearren. Creed 4.50 Cromley, Ben Simpson, John 5.50 Wearren. Henry 9.00 Cmmnev. Ben . Simpson, John 4.50 6.00 Casey, Walter earren. Cornelius . Simpson Jessie 49.50 Wearren. Willie 22.50 Casey, J. U. r. nn Simpson, Jesse 6.50 Casey, Hubert Willie Simpson, Jesse 16.50 Crawford, J. I. 92.00 Wearren Willie Simpson. V. M. 28.50 Wearren. Willie t.80 Clav Simpson. William 9.30 Chasteen. Will 6.00 Wearre" William Simpson, William 12.90 Wearrer William 13.50 Chasteen. Jas. . Simpson. William 14.55 Cornelius, A. J. 10.50 Wearre:.. William Simpson, Willie. 12.00 Cheatham, Joe 13.50 Wearren Wm. .. Simpson, Willie . 12.00 Cheatham. Andv 21.00 Wearr-- n Wm. .. Simpson. Willie 7.00 Wearren. Wm. . 12.00 Cornett, B. C . Simpson, Boone 6.75 Wearren Wm. .. 15.00 Cornett. r.d Simpson, lioone 16.80 Cornett. Will Wm. .. 2.75 Wear r HoOne Simpson, 21.00 Cox. Geo 5.75 Wearren Wm. 60.14 Wearren, Sander. Chas. 10.50 Cox. Eli 19.25 Creech. Chas 15.75 Wearrn Sanders Coleman Sanders, Coleman 26.25 Wearren. Wm. .. 14.00 Crevch. W. H. Sanders, Coleman 17.50 Wearren. Wm. . . 17.50 Creech. William 14.00 Poison. John - 3.50 Wearre.i. Wm. .. Sander. Coleman Salter, Tom . I. 50 Wearren. Wm. .. 19.25 Colson, Ernest II. 00 Snider, Preston 7.00 Colson. G. U earrn. tt m. Snider, Ralph 66.00 Wearre", Wm. 7.00 Colson, Thomas Snider, Ralph 17.50 Clark. Jim 36.00 Wearren. Wm. Smalley. Wm. 10.50 Wearre" Wm. 21.00 Clark. Clav Sandford, Curtis .. 3.50 Wearren, Wm. 21.00 Clark. W. G 7.00 Clark, John Sandford. Curtis 7.00 Wearren. Wm. 14.00 Clark. Perry . SandforJ. Curtis 3.50 Wearrer, Wm. 12.00 Clark, Walker Sandford. Curtis 3.50 Wallace, John Sandford. Curtis . 21.00 YVnllare. John 2t.00 Clark. M. C 4.50 Wallace, John 18.00 Carson, G. I'. Turner. Willie Turner, W'llle 10.50 U allac, John . 30.00 Corner, William 10.50 Wallace. John 36.00 Cornner, G. Turner. Willie 16.50 Wallace John 38.00 Cornner. Turner Willie I). . 1.25 Collett, Matt 2.00 Woods, Turner. Bill ,ta 10.50 White. Turner. Willie 2.00 Collett. Jim Turner, Wm. 32.60 Collett. D. U 5.00 Wynn, Boyd Turner, Wm. 185.00 Collett. Luther 2.00 Wvnn. I on n Turner, C. U 14.00 Cotton, William - - 2J.00 Walker. William 4.55 Coulter, Chas. Turner. C. 11 24.00 Walker. William ... 7.00 Walker, Kemp Turner, C. II. 3.00 Coulter, llavdeii . i Turner, C. B. 15.75 Walker. Illllle 10.50 Craii;, (i. M Turner, C. H 20.00 Walker I'ete 7.00 Carnertt'er. J. L. 120.00 Carpenter, Geo. . . Turner. C. II. 21.00 William-'- . Andy 6.35 Catei., Kayinoni! . . Turner, C. 11. 21.00 William-- , I'. II. 21.00 Crews, Wm. Turner r. B 21.00 Williams, Rav Turner, O. II 18.00 Damr.'l. Joe 21.00 Wliittaker, Herbert 19.20 WUittakvr. Herbert Turner, C. It 36.00 Doty, X D 24.00 Dorton, Kinnaird . . 22.00 Vliillnli.r lli.rl.i.rl Turner C 11 15.00 Dunn, Robt Turner, C. II. 20.00 j Whitta"r. Herbert 11 2t.00i WhitntWi Herbert Turner, C. 21.00 Dunn, Chas. WhilfnVr. r. H.'rhi.rt 2U.UU Turner, c. II 27.00 Dunn, Alfred 18.00 Whlttaker, Herbert 60.00 Dunn, Jake . Turner, C. II. 11.25 Dunn, Ike Turner. C H. .. 16.00 Whittal.er, II Turner, C. 24.00 Whittaker. Klxa . 6.00 Dunn. T. r. II 7.50 Durham, Burton Turner, C. Jen" 24.00 Whittnl.-Emery 14.70 Whlttal;. r, Jeff 1.00 Dav. Nathan Turner, 8.75 WhittnkT, Jetr 5.25 Doolin, Herman . . En' cry Turner, 6.00 Doolln, James Teater, Carl 6.00 Watts. Geo 3.C0 Watts, Geo. 12.60 Doolln. Virgil Teater. Carl 1.05 Watts. G.jo Teater, Carl 18.00 Dunlin. Sam 14.00 Watts, Geo. Teater, Carl 7.05 Dudderar, Elbert . 7.00 Teater, Carl Duncan, Everett . . 30.30 Teater, Meade . Duncan, Joe 24.00 Total Aiit. paid by Trea. JSS.S31.8I Duncan. Joe Teater, Meade Chas. Duncan, Duncan. J. B. NOTE Duncan, Edirar .. Owning to the fact that all money used for road purpose., has to be Dalley, Wllbert Clelan borrowed in advance of the collection of the taxes each year, causes the J. road fund to appear much greater than It realy is, the same money being Dalley, EarlII. borrowed and placed to the road fund possibly several times during the Dalley, Kit Dailey, year. Dailey, Clarence . Dalley, Arthur Dirt Road Claims PIJ By Sh.riff A. K. Walkor Dalley, Cecil 2.25 Dickerson. Ed 3.00 Adams, Frank Amon. J. M 2.25 Dlckerson, Jim -- . Adams, Lets Adams, Andy 3.00 Dean, C. M. J00 Abies, Lee Adams, Honey .75 Dean, (nine 3.00 Adklnson, A. Adam, Ellsha REPORT FINANCIAL 8.50 Dean, Floyd 2.25 Dean, Harry 3.00 Dean, Harrison 2.65 Dean, Carl 1.50 1.87 6.76 3.00 3.00 3.00 2.25 3.00 9.00 3.00 9.00 4.50 3.00 3.00 2.62 .75 .75 .75 .76 3.00 1.50 1.88 3.00 1.50 4.60 ...... . 2.25 9.00 6.76 xMnf(, Sam Lonr. W. M. GARRARD KY. 9.00 3.00 .... ...... 3.00 9.00 3.00 2.50 1.13 1.8S 4.50 1.8S -- ............ ...... ......... e ............ ......... ........ ........ ......... ............ ......... ....... ... ........... ........... .... ..... ... ...... ..... ... .... ... 3.00 9.00 4.60 1.50 3.37 1.60 4.00 ioVoo .. .. .... ..... I sifj ....... 4.50 3.75 9.00 3.00 3.00 Grow, 3.00 Grow. R. Ed Gabbard. Gav. GUI. Estes, Andrew . . Estes. Ollie Embry, Clint Embry, Curt Eagle, John . Edward, John Edwards. A. F. . . East, Rom? Usher, J. II Fisher, Oaks Fulton, uRssell Faulkner, Bertie Fallkner. Bill . . - . Faulkner. John Foley, S. It.. Jr. ... Fathcrgill. Klrt ... Fathcrgill. Rerlcy Farra, Earl Faulkner, James Glenn, Caffnev. Arthur GatTney, Walker Garnett, (.eo. Graham. Ollie . Gooch. Otis Gastineau, Robert . Gastineau, J. M. . . Gastineau, Bryan . Green, Hiram . Green, Henry - - - ,. (,riin. John Gillian, Albert Gillian. Geo,. Gillian, Oban . . . Denn, Raymond . . Denny, Geo Davis, Thompson . . Davis, Hardin . Davis, Jesse . Davis. J. W Davis, Willie Davis, Jim Davis, Hunter Davis, llarmond .. Davis, Joe Davidson, Mack . Dyehouse, John . . Estes. Milton . 7.50 Lone, Earl 3.00 Little, A. 11. 3.00 Ledford, Nobe .75 I.edford, J. B. 1.16 Ledford, C. II. 1.15 Ledford, Ale" 3.00 Ledford, J, G 1.50 Lear, Speed 1.87 Lear, Richard 1.15 Lear, John 1.15 Lear, Frank 1.50 Lear, V. A. . 3.00 I.einny, Amon 1.88 I.emny, Jess 3.00 Lewis, J. J 3.37 Lewis, Oscar 1.87 Law son, llnifhle 3.00 I.onham, Elmer 7.50 Lawson, Wm. ... 9.00 Ijiniti, Ebb 1.50 10.00 Lonir. Elijah ..... ........ ...... -- - ......... ... ...... ...... . --- 7.50 1.50 4.50 9.00 6,76 1.13 1.60 1.50 1.50 4.60 .75 4.50 .75 3.00 1.60 3.00 Ross, Ralston, Frank Robinson, Robinson. Robinson. Rouse, J Rouse. Im Jonu, I. A. C. S. S. M. A. M. ....... .... ... ..... ..... 7.50 9.00 3.00 3,00 7.75 .... ... .75 Richardson, Henry Richardson. Millar.! Rogers, Millard Rogers, Alfred Rogers, S. . . 3.00 3.00 3.00 1.13 1.13 1.50 6.00 3,00 2.26 2.25 2.25 7.00 1.60 3.00 10.00 3.00 3.00 2.6S 3.00 -- Jee .75 t.amb. James 3.00 I.nkrs, J. D 3.00 Ijike, Jake 6.00 Li.ke.Gen. 3.00 Lake, William .75 Like. J. I. 3.00 Lee, Wade Lee. .75 Ijine. J. A Orear .76 3.75 Lane. John 3.00 I.anr, llanel mil- 3.00 t.nni.. Locker. Walker 1.15 W. K 5.25 I.eavell. Jesse l.eavell, 10.00 I.eavell. Havden 3.00 Iiyton, Bill . 9.00 Iivton, Johny 1.50 LonKsworth, Henry 3.00 Middleton. 3.00 Middleton, Tom Harry 3.00 3.00 Middleton. Jim 3.00 Middleton. Buck 9.00 Matlock. Andy 3.00 Murphy, Reather Ij.iiIi, I .umh, Sam Alex ............ ........... 3.00 .75 4.50 2.26 9.00 4.50 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 1.60 Rayburn, Marshall . Robertson, Geo. Robertson, Arthur . Roberts, Courtney - . Ray, Aaron Ray, Hunter Ray, ('lay . Ray, Harrison Ray, Oscar Rny, Homer ... .. IbH), ..j. 3.00 3.00 . 2.26 3.00 3.00 .......... , . .... ......... ... u .... ... ... Grow, W. I.. Gibson, I.eonanl . I). C. G I. . . . ... Ike GolniM. Chas. .... ... .. ... Hopkins. Frank Hasty. l,eo Hatfield. Henry Hatfield, John Hatfield. Everett Hutchison, Jim Hicks. Chas. . .. ....... .......... .... ... .. ....... ... ... ....... Harrison. Green . ... Hurst. Arthur Hughes, Fte.1 Henderson, S. C Henderson, G. X. Henderson, J. G. . HlBnk'ht. II. L. . Honkins. Euel . . HokIns, Geo. . . Iloskins. Ed -. 3.00 Metralf. Robert 4.50 May. Hobart 3.00 May, MeadeAllen . 1.12 Matthews, 3.00 Matthews, Jasper .75 Matthews. James Meadows, t0.25 Meadows, Crit Ralph 7.75 .Murphy, l lem 6.75 Murphy, Charlie 10.00 Miimhe. Tom ,, 3.00 McCulloh, Clarence i .. ,mcv .. i,. uiir), i, 9.00 JOlliller. Perry iii.iiiii 9.00 Miller. A C 10.00 3.00 Miller. Arthur 1.15 Miller. Harry 3.00 Me.Mllllnn. I.lire 3.00 Mitchell, lies. .75 McGarvey. Frank 3.00 McAfee, Henry 3.75 Mullins. Thornton 1 ...... .... ... ....... ........ . .. 1 .... .............. .............. ........... .......... ........... ........... .......... .......... .......... ........ ........ ........ ...... ......... ......... ........ ........... ........ ........ ........ ..... ... ..... ...... ..... Iloskins, I'retn Iloskins. Robt. Iloskins. Ben HoskiiH. W. C. Hoskins, !'. II. v . -- - .... W-ir- r-n ...... ... .. .. -- ...... ... ... ........... ....... .... .... ... Jee -- -- ....... ............ .......... ..... ............ ... , .... .i. ........ ......... ......... ... ... ... Head. G. 3'. Holman, J. I'. . Itnlman. I!us Humphrey. Luther 5.26 Humphrey, .Moss 3.00 Humphrey. Homer Humphrey, Clayton Humphrey. William Helton. Car L12 Helton, John L50 IMton. John . 9.00 Hall. Farris . .. 3.00 Hall. Joe 4. 87 Hall, Anion . .5 Hall. Ben 3 00 Hall. Geo. 5.25 Hall. Elmer 1.00 Holland. McKinley 1.50 Hurt. Sail L60 Hurt. Smith . 1.50 Hurt. Tailor . . . 3.00 Hurt. Wilson 2.25 Hurt. Frank 2.65 Hulet, Jasper . 1.88 Haw ley. Charles 4.50 Hume, J. T. 3.00 Hume. Walter . 3.00 Hume. Thomns 9.00 Hume. Weslev. 75j Howard. Alvin 3.00 Holtzrlaw. J. V. ...... mutt inn II. ..." ii..i...i....k ii...F 3.50lHotIclaw, uriuru . 3.00 Holtzclaw. Raymond 4.00 Holtzclaw. Herbert 3.00 Harold, E. A. 1.75 Houndshell. Ballard 4.50!Houndshell. Kay .. 9.00 Houndshell. John . 6.76 Houndshell. N'onnan .75 Hammonds, Murell 9.00 'Hardin. S. M. 3.00 Hardin. Jas. . 6.00 Hardin. Clay .. i.00Huirman. Price ... .75iunmun, Charlie 6 .... .J-- . 2.25 6.75 Meadows, A. Lee Meadows, Anrel 9.00 Moberly. Carl 3.00 10.00 Molrly, llujrh 10.00 Moberly. A Bert M 1.50 Menda, Hiram 1.50 Maupln, Lewis 3.00 Maupin, 9.00 Maupin. Frank 9.00 Montgomery, Arthur Montgomery, Ernest 1.87 It 10.00 Montgomery, T O, 3.00 Montgomery, A. 5.25 Montgomery, Marion Montgomery, Dave 1.16 Montgomery, Raymond 3.00 Montgomery, Elgin 150 5.60 Martin. Bert 3.00 Munrie, Jerry Willie 3.00 Masters. It, F Moore. 9.00 Moore, E. 3.00 10.00 Moore, Mat M Mock, W. 1.15 Mock. Todd 1.15 Mayfield. Jim 1.15 3.00 Morgan, JohnE Morgan. C 3.00 Morford. J. C 9.00 McQuerry. L. W 3.00 McQuerry, llamp 1.13 McQueen. .. .... .. ....... ..... ... ... ....... Tom 3.00 9.00 Malear. Hobert 3.75 Malear, Alford 3.00Xaylor, 4.00 Mclear, 10.00 Oldlleld. D. V. 6.00 Oldlleld. S. W 10.00 Osborne. John 9.00 Olli., Fred 9.00 (tills. Willie 1.50 Noel, Hugh 7.50 Xoel, Ray 8.60 Xoel, Forest 1.60 ;suyior, i.eonaru 1.50 Xaylor. Bill .......... .... Earner .......... t larenre ......... .... .'. j ... ...... ..... ... .... ... ... ... -- . ...... ... ... ... 3.00: Hutrman. Gabe 3.00 Huffman. Dit . .. 3.0011,11, McKinley 3.00 Ingram. Clifford .. 10.00 Irvine. Luke . tO.OO Irvine, Heather . ' 3.00 !aac, Clayton 1.60 JennliiK. Harve .. s!00 Jenninjrs, Jake 3.00 (Jennings, B. II. 3,00 Jennlnirs, M. M. . . .. 4.50 Jones, Dave 2.25 Jones. Vernon, . 3.00 Johnson, Andrew . . 9.00 Johnson, Ed 3.00 Jackson, Harry' .TOO Jackson, Oscar .37 Jackson, Clay . ,7G Jackson, Tommy . ,75 Kinnaird, James . .75 Kinnaird, Clayton 2.25 Kinnaird, John '..65 Kldwell. W. X. .. 3.00 Kelly, Jesse 3.00 Kelly, Elijah 3.00 Kelly. B. F 2.02 Kennedy, Mote . . . 6.00 Kennedy, Gene ... 9.00 Kennedy, John ... 9.00 Kavanauith, Ernest loloo Klnit, Boman 3.00 Kirk, Howard . . . I 2.25Huirman. Bob .. 3.00 Oliver. Claud 2.26 Onstott. William 3.00 Onstott. Rue 3.37 Poynter. I. V 1.60 Poynter, Green 4.60 Yoyiiter. Alfred 1.50 Pain, Andy .. 1.60 Pierce. Lee 4.00 Parker. Willie .75 Parker, William 3.00 Parson, W. A 3.00 Parson, Melvin 2.26 Parson, Bently 1.15 Ponder. J. R 3.00 Prather. C r. 3.37 Prather. Ray 2.25 Price. Coy 3.00 Phelps. W !.. .75 Pollard. T. T. 3.00 Pollard, Mote .., .., ...... - - . ....... ... .. .. .. ... ... f ...... .... ..... .... 9,00 Land, Hiram 3.00 Lonit. Jesse 9.00 Lonir, Lewi 1.50 Lon, Frank .75 .75 ,75 3,00 Lay, D. M Lay, L. Land, Charlie Land, Howard ...... ..... ..... .... .... .... 9.00 Pollard, Joe 9.00 Pollard, William 12.00 Prewitt, Willie 3.00 Prewitt. X. L. 3.00 Prewitt, Less 3.76 Prewitt, Charlie 3.00 Prewitt. Goebel 3.00 Prewitt, Buscom 3.00 Prewitt, Oscar .. 3.00 Prewitt, D. I 3.00 Preston, Silus 1.12 Preston, Clayton 3.00 Preston, Silas 9.00 Preston, Elbert .75 Preston, lluke 1.60 Preston, Jesse .75 Preston, B. . .37 Preston, William 3.00 Pence, G. V .37 Pendleton, Jeff 3.00 PcniitKton, Henry 3.00 Pinglctou, Jesse 3.00 Pope, Charlie 10.00 Price. R. . 3.00 Poteet. Roscoe 6.00 1.87 1.87 ... .... ....... ...... ... 4.00 2.25 1.50 ......... Qtilnley, Geo. ..... Roach. Jesse .......... Rothwell. Henry ....... Ross. Willie Ross, Alex - ... ..... Ross, Alex ............ .. Sherrow, Jasper Sherrow, Speed . Sherrow, Shelby . .. Sherrow. Clint Snider, Fred 2.62 Snider, James 3.00 Snldrr, Preston 3.00 Simpson, Jesse . 1.16 Simpson, Irvine 1.15 Simpson. Clay 1.15 Simpson, Robert 1. 12 Simpon, Jesse 2.62 Simpson, Hobart 2.60 Simpson, Clyde . 3.75 Simpson, Fred . . 4.50 Simpson. Ottie 3.00 Simpson. Hugh . 4.60 I Simpson. W. M. 1.13 StotU. Odus 3.00 Singer, Hobart . .. 3.00 Soaprr, J D. 3.00 Soaper. J. T 9.00 Soaper, Richard 1.60 Speaks, R, K 4.50 Spears. I.ee 4.50 Singleton. Willie 3.37 Scott. Hampton . . 1.12 Scott. I.eonard .76 Scott, Robert 3.00 Scott. Charlie 3.00 Sadler, Allen 1.87 Sadler. Klrt 2.82 Stinnett, John 3.00 Stinnett. Elijah 4.12 Segar, Ebb .. 7.50 Segar, Eugene . 6.76 Segnr, Willie 3.00 Sebastian, Arthur .. 1.87 Sebastian, .. 3.00 Se haitian.tJen'e ,.. 3.00 Sebastian, Marion .. 3.00 Sebastian, Homer .. 6.00 Sebastian, Jasper . 3.00 Sebastian, Virgil ... 6.00 Sebastian, John 3.00 Sebastian. Everett . 3.00 Suttle, Henry 3.00 Sutton. S. U 1.87 Sutton, E. . 3.00 Sutton, K. T. B 5.62 Sutton. Clay 3.00 Sutton. Wesley 3.00 Sutton. Josh 3.00 Sutton, James 3.00 Smith, Ben. Jr. 2.25 Smith, Charles 3.00 Smith, Jim 9.00 Smith, Jim 2.65 Smith, Tansie 5.00 Stevens, Willie .75 Stevens, J. H. 3.00 Stevens, A. I. 1.60 Stevens, C. C 2.65 Steward. Murrell . . 9.00 Sailor, Isaac . . 1.60 Sowder, Reece C. C l5!l2 Sowder, Robert Sowers, 1.60 Stlgall. T. J 1.13 Swope, Henry 3.37 Sparks. Johny 1.13 Sparks, J. V. 3.00 Sparks, Cloras 2.25 Tarrance, Fred .75 Tankersley, Henry . .75 Tankersley. Xlck 3.00 Tankersley, W. II. .. 1.60 Tankersley, Simon . 3.00 Tutter, Brutus 3.00 Truce)', Robert . ... 1.50 Tarrunce. I. M .75 Towery, Henry .75 Todd, 3.00 Todd. John I 5.26 Tusss.y, J.J. U 1.16 Tussey, P. I. 1.15 Turner, Walter, 10.00 Turner. Willis 3.00 Turner, Collie 3.00 Turner, Harry 9.00 Tailor. Walter .60 Tador, Enoch .. .37 Tnilor, Charley . 3.00 Tailor, Herbert 9.00 Toomey, Floys! 3.00 Tudor, W. T 9.00 Tudor. J. II .75 Thompson, II. I.. 12.60 Thompson, Auburn . 3.75 Teater. Hobart 2.00 Tan, Tom 3.00 Tribble, Denny 3.00 Thomas, Alvin . 3.00 1.50 Underwood, Suire . 9.00 Underwood, John . 8.60 Underwood, Merritt 3.00 Vanhook, C. F. 2.62 Vanhook. Clell 1.60 Vaught, Robert 6.00 Vanderpuol, Russell 4.00 White. Cecil 9.00 Wallace, Allen 6.00 Whitted. J. E 3.00 Wren. S. T. 3.00 Wren, Bethel 1.12 Wren, Win 2.05 Wilson. J, C 3.00 West, Trallor 6.00 West, Floyd 1.87 West, Logan 3.00 West, W. W 3.00 Warren, X. .75 Warren, John 2.25 Ward, Sam .75 Ward. Preston .75 Ward. M 3.37 8.26 .75 7.50 1.60 Schooler, Herbert 9.00 Shelton, Richard .75 Stanlfer, Herbert 3.00 George 1.K0 Rhodus. Price Ramsey, It Ramsey, C. I. Rich, Porter Reynolds, Tom Reynolds, Virgil Reynolds, Allle Reynolds, Geo. Rankin, David . Rout, James . Shaw, Robert Spivie, Dirk Splvle, R Ity, Joe .i.. tirs . . . . ...... .... ... ... . . .., 3.00 .75 13.00 LIS .1.00 3,00 3,00 6.00 2.26 3,00 2.26 2.25 .. .. ....... ... 3.00 3.00 .76 3.00 8.62 8,25 1.60 3.00 3.00 3.00 1.H7 3.00 3.00 6.01 3.00 3.00 .37 2.6K .1.00 ... 9.00 3.37 9.00 .1,00 3.01 3,00 .1.00 ... 6,00 .1.00 ... . ... 3.75 4.69 1.50 3.00 12.00 .76 1.50 6.76 .... I. SO 6.7( 3.76 6.00, 3.00 3.00 3.00 Jee 3.00 3.00 3.00 6.00 6.00 6.00 . 9.08 6.50 2.26 3.00 3.00 .76 10.00 7.0 3.00 8.65 9.00 8.26 1.88 .. ..... ... 9.00 3.00 3.00 3.76 3.00 3.0S ..... 3.00 3.00 3.00 9.00 3.00 6.00 I. 0 7.68 I. IS 3.00 .1.00 1.12 1.12 2.65 3.00 5.26 6.00 9.00 3.00 6.76 3.00 1.50 .1.00 1.S0 1.60 3.00 4.50 1.60 .7 1.60 ... 3.00 3.00 3,00 3.09 .1.00 ... 2.2 1.60 4.60 4,00 1.50 1.12 .... -- 3.00 3.00 9.00 2.2S 3.00 3.00 6.7S 3.00 2.62 1.50 3.37 4.50 7.90 10.00 3.00 3.75 1.50 4.50 .75 .75 .75 2.25 10.00 ...... ....... ..... ., 3.00 9.00 6.00 3.00 1.50 Williams, Owsley The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, April 27 1922. Walker, Wm Whlttakrr, Raymond Whlttakrr, F.arl Whlltaker, Price Whlttakrr, S. T. Whlttakrr, 8 Whlttakrr. Koscoc . .. Watklnt, J. U Watklni, James Walklns. O. W Wyllr, J. M .76 Wilcher, I.ro WrIN, P. F ,7fi Wyllr. Frank Wyllr, George .75 Wyllr, J. A .7.1 .1.00 .1.00 .1.00 0.00 9.25 .1.00 60 Tht NO FARTHER LIVESTOCK FACTS INTEREST IN tril SEASON 6F 1922 lft.00 .1.00 .1.00 Wells. Marlon 0.00 Whrrlrr, Sim .1.00 York, Plrrcr ft.25 Young, Drlman .1.00 7.90 .1.00 Mid Evldcnc la at Yeur Deer, I.ancastrr pioof I what )im want "ROBERT GATEWOOD" ;.02, 2.05? In thr statement rrsldrnt : of this hlrhly will banish all doubt BETTER SIRES Champion 3 yr. old pacer on the tlrand Circuit In 101$. Paced the fifth heat of n seven heat race In 2.01',, and a trial mile 9.00 Total $2,501.00 RECAPULATION Total of all road fumU for thr Floral yrar ending March .11t., Total amount paid on mail claim, Total amount (talil by Trran. . . . March, 31, 1020, overdrawn Total ami, paid out of rond fund by Sheriff and Treasurer To balance road fund INDEBTEDNESS (llnnded Indebtedness) Court House Konds Int. on lamr to March .11, 1021 Turnpike llond Int. on Mme at 4 per cent March HI, 1021 .. (Borrowed Money) Note to J. .V. Coy Int. on tame to March .11, 1021 Note to K. II. Chandler Int. on ame to March .11, 1021 Total indebtedness , Examined I). M. Carter 1021 , $ 72.OI5.fl1 $ 2,501.00 5H.J-BI.H- I ) llollsy, .farmer. It PI). No.X "A short time ago I had occasion to uir I)oana Kidney Win and they fixed mo up In rood I gladly shape. rerommrnd them. My back had been aching and paining for seteral months and eter)thlnc I l.anralrr, fa) a; J. T. flecerds Show Campaign for Purtbrtds Hat Cslended to All State and Island Peiiesaient. (118.07 to do nliout thr place waa drag to me. My kidney dliln i act friety mooch, and there was ,omr (12.04I.7H rmattlnic whn thr secretions para-rI saw Doun'a Kidney PHI adver$10,188.8.131.52 tised, mi I went to thr New .Stanford Drug Co, and rot threr Imtee. I used, them until my troubles left ine en undertook I't e SOr. at all nValita fton't 10,000.00 Imply ask for a kidney remedy ret 150.00 11,000.00 lumn's Kidney I'lllx the same that 110.00 Mr llolley had. Koiter Mtltuiru Co, Mfrs., Iltifffto. N, Y 10,000.00 150.00 d. tlrelr." 2.500.00 McROBERTS 17.50 $13,047.50 DRUG STORE Hone Shortage Fol- and approved by G. M. Trcadway, Judge, Garrard County Fiscal Court. Air We Breathe. hrs-alb- lows Big Decline In Breeding Thr Cart of Invalid. lltery lime we r draw try to gle the iiiir ut In in lr.cutut.rnt iltl"ii a drink hy putting 8n ruble inches nf air Into our lung; that we Inke 15 drouth In a tup to hit III" and Incidentally taurttilntno for n ulntle dii). ue lie ine thr fluid down hi" neek. A glass f air, nclchlnc drinking tutnr may ! ptirrhned at a riisixi ,iiilr liwlit drug store and will nte n good many oirr yi Hitmil. spills. j Ollvt It Ancient fruit. It I, iluubtful If it.. .1.. nmny Bad Way. . mnn tier frullH that bate Ix.ii hh..h oe woman lo "lrer Murs ... . i.l tUin iloncer tliau the .M ul 'IT .! Mill hi chcI lit tultlli-i- l h Hi. l"4.-- lHtun rt. tun ;ii'H hute in moreU'l irfle ! i limn 4. trnw konie k'i t(l Your pn tell oil ' I ...., .1 iiften morning ami i feel and the ollle tree tllf. If t lord nf l la the Itlhle and nil mi.. ki- wrltliik'. li.r twrtt.li-herHe oo. tor lias Jut I'M-i I'rvn im I" He su it w'. i mke ' Aln Minor km t , Ttie of llif MHIi f. e tl ir I'll W'll U Up the mlirlnal Imiii Line itri-rand IViii'i upliic 'a M - - I iii..il a lie . i iillfii rcaili old act rram fror. shotllll Ma (till. liter 1. I 11 4'' til uiii tin la luf'llllll,. jof year kiHIIIirrii i.tit, fi) ,mr l...til hi ill f I'ralur Ih'iIik lnell ria .',I"J V 0. RI0NKY W. B. 0ICKKRSON W. 0. 1H RIGNEY & CO. Kf Mdeiice Wmne Funeral Oirectors and Embalmers Offlcr rhonc 3., Lancaster. SiUnt bpilli Ciplalnid. bv .uir u.ixr I thut i y nn't Aril TbU roan frmii tup of ' y. hi kir ' Kentucky. T1 iruuil t f t I H l it AvJy It U ml i fi-- J i talk tar ai jililnc further M-I- . ' Il.tin Tri al'Ut think them. ( i itxir fi' t a tm to i he ni out tin thing, rrlrr. it nut tr .Siuau hi.il an? I r inltr tlf n fare a tfirl. ink iU) Mlili nf lb,h.' m lit .'li ho erralMl lit limit. Ini.ri r Itiaii iinail ; aal her mlin in tkf imt.Ii tiiw tmppt, MIMtti Ma thrnHCh lie f'M lij "Wli .hi l.rr inl-'- wl.ul a r- - I 'ai tk) ' .mi '. u If thr H i. ii mihiii iln. HH) r Miitri. m am, " mm,,;,-- . lids ' naiMr' !, t.lit ll'Kl - Sunn', Sacitt. i.kl tl l' Sal, be lii-i '' i Hamilton. At.MiHl.-- r lull I horn at Cluirlr Tom it. III the lland of Wet ndl.- - .ImiHiir) II. 1757. and In n the iinlurHl mn apt)! to of a Srottlili tnnliT iiiiiiiiI Janon IImiiiIIIi'U. who illwl t'li tin' Ulitml of St Vint fin mImmii ITtr.i, ami ltarln-t.eilue, nrlk'lliHll) UMiii.'.t I'iiiuvII.'. amf ulni of I'n lull llHkiii'i'i'l dcMfnt. koiiietlnie pif linifl) bad inilttl from her hutt'iiiid. of 11m N-i- l, Partntt Alund,r The breedint; of farm mares has decreased about 75 per rent ulncr 1015 ,acnrilinr to W. S. Anderson, n member of the College of Agriculture animal hubnndr' department one of the here. Thi fact is een mixt Important rnuvn for a short ak'r of irood draft hore, and mules which already exist and which may become more aerious ilurin irtlie next few year. There are plenty of and poor types of horse and mule- - but the rmull aupply of better-typ- e nnlmala indicate an opportunity for the farmer to increase his profit by hrrilini; mare for the production of rolt that can lilt the demand, he ,aid. A decided inerra-- e in the number of hor-- e and mule that are ued under certain conditions for haulini; and delivery work has contributed toward tirincinir about thr ahortace which should br incrramsl with the foreign demand that will come as oon us international commerce assumes n more normal itntu, it is mil. Thi reduction in the cunt of hores and mule together with a drop in thr price of feeds are ecu nomic factors that nlo will tend to make hte shortage more ncute. At the preent time, the 'acon horte, tnndinc about I'i hnn.U hlk'h and welKhitii: from 1,400 to l.l'tOO pound- -, i most In tlemand, brinKini; it price from $150 to $225 a head Mandinj: Draft hursv between It! and 17 hands hich and weichini; from 1,700 to 2,000 pound are hrinuim slik'htly hichi r price. larRely bec.iue there are fewer of them. I'mler rxiatini; condition, indications are that horn' and mule breeders have n brighter day comini; and it l e.xn'cted that the brredinK of farm and grade mare will inrreane Castor, rapidly as fjirnier iht the opportunity fur profit. .Mr. Andertan naid. But rw Cvrr Learn, , ,. ,llla, t'.rlnlnl) ti e nilviHlo ami feiuile Mortal luake .n we ii huie mir ) loUht fairly rxe K'Uie w.iiler that are mi f.uiil .if (. Lew Willi I'iM.ll) ier,on eiirnlle.1 Ill the "Hell, I Hte L" Heller iniiilmlk'ii ut lie of the lulmilur Ileal, ii'ttiril i'f Ihe L'tilletl .Sule I r t iii.nl nf Aim iillnrf Ihim' IiiIimI in ihl work nlilili lin ml.il to all tate ami I em Miind Iiiiih. tiiirlnc the )enr Hie lininher of lite lo. k owned b Ihe roii .nri'llcl InvreiiM'd fri'iu Kin Hi 1'iiiaai in ;.vi.u,. Tin' IlKllle liu hide Imtli niHle lllid friiiitle slink. All of the male ure purrhred, and Ihe lemuli. wliltli ina he of turleil hmdltik', ale bled ill ull cii!n-to plirehn! ltea. It I notrViirtli) thut .'ill per teiil f nil female link ll'liil In Hie hellel lie t'iililpiil.'li Hie . lllrl. rill. 'I III rtk'ore l I per lent hlghrr than U)IHI HKO. The efleet of the lle ef pule liteil ,lre In reilmlni: thr iiiiitiher of rruli uliiinnla on farm l ,howii li Ihe miiuII propirtleii of cruli In herd-Miflixka headed by pun bred male-'Hi- e fleuie at the end of the intelidii' teur lte.it wu 2.1 -r tent uml fo, ll2l 1.1' r rent 'ruh In tirh lienU At the rnii' of M'terul flute ex IhI rewn h lriilini worker a liwll imule for thr three iii.ii1i f If.' I with to pri.i:n- hi tijte. Klirollliient nf terim ajie.' In? to put their lite Miik on a pure hred'lre i.eri Till. Tin i;r'Hlet aiiitlt) diirinc thr ipiarter mm In Ohio, i oinlnc "ex follow eil In turn by Wahliu'tou. lr islola. Keiilmk). and North HakoiM. In Ihe order nainiHl. The lenilliii; rmintle durliik' Ibr lurier were HariHu I'oimty. Ohio, with Km pec!iii "liilni: enrolliHriit hlniik. Kltllta Count). Wah.. una mi mill, with VI enrollment ; I'oHiity tildo. liraml Cork Conn lllher artlte eouilt'e- I) V. irrel ir if- l'iht ll- Mi tif an mi. ii, ti.rH'"l Jnr ili.' .ti lines. The fastest stallion south of the Kentucky Kivcr In public service. Seven point concerning "Kobert Oatewood:" 1st. A successful race Horse, 2nd. A model Individual, tine, with lots of finish. 3rd. An elegantly bred Hone .and bred In the mot oxtcrme speed 4th. A aioii-llliiie- d eli pi. Horse of good izr, and beautiful color. called, level headed and pood mannered Horse. 0th. A first class walking Horse. 7th. A sure foal jrctter and n Kood breeder. "Kobert Catewood was sired by "J. Malcnmbc Forbes." 2.08 (sire of VJ In the 2.10 list) a half brother to "I'ctcr the Crcat" 2.07 U (sire of 110 In the 2.10 list) and cram! sire of "IVtcr Mannlnj:" 1.57 ,, the World's fith. A Kood 3-- Champion trotter. J. Malcombe Forbes" was sired by "nincrn" 2.0ii 1.4 (sire of 27 In the 2.10 Hit) nnd aire of "Uhlan" I.G8, the world's champion trotter for eight car. -- ni (dam of 0) by "Nut- Kobert Catewood's Dam Is "Annie Fox 2.0!) hurst" 2.12 (sire of 59) 2nd. Dam "Annie II." (Dam of 7) by "Faulconers lmont." He I a two In one stallion, being a high cla harness type and n .Nil. walking type. He is IS hands high, seven years old, u dark bay with two white hind feet and n atar in forehead. He will make the season of 1922 at my Mabte at $20 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT, with leln retained on coll until senon money Is paid. Breed your good marcs to this fast young stallion and when the Hell tap the (atcwood's will be there scoring for the word. Will also stand a good black Jack at $10 to Insure living Colts. Not responsible for accidents. For information apply to 1 4 reflt Cryant,ille Phone 47U. Robt. Pox, Lancaster, Ky. GARRARD COUNTY. Too Busy Otherwise. ttixilr men nlwuja reem to fot cet Hlxiiil ddliic the right kind f S-l- f I.m-- I- Joh nil their l'X'ka. i I. if &00 liana. Nervous. lmt.11 Kind When the hi.li I it k'M a new auto Poet and Plowmso. lliohlle li''"f wuLoli his IIMi'ineri 111 nil I'. ulia: he illd all w.iiil.- ac' hute mic of lha J tli i 'try man. And there I inurh with lil "'it I re. It unIn 'li" Inc. If the poet ean p. p' ste Stl:ct;cn, it, r u iri e at a .iinli'leiit dltunre from hl .iiwm 00 tli. iMoumnn to mnke the Inttrr's Hut in. . "l!o-- l ' . '..r.' f iMiii'lir In liinSUMZe to the mule Inatnllhle. II..IH-..- I tin li.tiiio "I lloHStOtl I'o--t. the kIiii'. lie St.. 1HI' .0 I '.I l'wa.ll Sucgcttlon, Trui." ' Itl. l'liril. He lite. ' i:. I . II left at Sclf.Penallied. home 111 the 111 re of our of M iiunta 10 tho On.' lu) III for u few ihi.tN. It pi et. hiil I hud tx'i'il ufiued to to the l.y lielilml me. The uhiiI tluit lilchnrd ) -- he him! I.Miki.l out my wm iinl do Jh-- I the tllllit thut tt he Mini: "Voti two l.o)- - tome up lote 111 him to i!o. riin.Ht only to that fail to thee two front eul." I l'l.il it hh4. eml nallol up to the Ironl i.i' l Heite the follow In; iiily: "llllt. : I ilowu Two lnit from the I !.' ' nun! . I ne.ir thlnK of i'i"e ililnps emue up ulii. The (ir.li. of 'ho .lid I hi-- It till tmi talk hIk'UI ili p: do to in- - iliui I ji.- -t nW.il hi me inilu r eHrhHlMy umt tbei'i." tl..e iii.! "I .'.'ill rult'll Jl.ll." ,. t. ...,..CI. . Thought and Sprech. ' The prefix' rotation lietwtm 'peakCorper?ticns Hate No Sedls." Thi lecul nmtliH "11- - llr--l il ing and thliikliik' In niultirIn hard t define hut It I clear that down I.) lr ICIward i.'oke In the iilmntliHi the word uml the Idea of Salloii' hopital. "They (isirponi. When a child ) .viinoi ommlt tri'ii-i'imr he are liicopurahle. for leani u new word l.e !iiriis a new nor .'Vioiniuiitilriititl. oHiluunI y Lord Tll'iriow Idea. When ou eiihir.' 'da vocnti-nliirthet hate Ho o'tl. joii enlnrce I.I mo .1 hew nili.'.iii nil.t pnriiplirHM'd tld. m.ixfin would deny I In: I 'U11 thiiil.tng la In Iff own roiih ttuy: "You inter ev ,ortH.ial"ll, the creuet nllu In ml edili'ntU'll as '."I lnll.e fimn ilit imr- id. t lute mill. r u oiil well u the rldef 1.111I III our elvlc Im uml Miciiil life tiMluy to klik." to !...' for 11 -1 1 l.nl-1-- ..l 1 -- Vary Different. off jour enpuite--! nientV "Ves. The wretch told n.e he hookmaker, but I found out tn tliat he wn only an author." Copen-- J "llnte 11 30U broken I.' ii-- 1 il -- u-- m lr.n'l men-tione- 11 lih-i.u.- nu I.-- o -t -- . 11 11 le 1 11 1 -- Pound Hrgiattred Morg:n Hcrae. I weie KIIN, Oklu.: llHrdlii ('oiiiut. ur ;iie' ImI. l.'lloi Pirtl) Id,' Indian Legend. ... mi WALKING VERDICT .. u ,..Mns.iii ate irtit u t u iitiiiti.u i. i.rihi(.. imiili' In imid thut lia l.'i v Hili tuineil t ml..iir f ife Yukln.it Iml i n Ihe U llwl Hie hi pU.-it heir I lie "the US.itl . j.iw.f" li.rHl.il i l.i eit, fiiiiiprtai eie I'n a tttjii. ,.r Miiimi A.tMiu" In ulilii. with a li'liil f Hi enrollment, the third IiIkIh! 11. lllll) III the t'lilted StHleo, the lir- -l and "iii'inl heiiik riilukl I'lmnly. Vu.. ALL PEAVINE 4092 will make the season of 1922 at my barn on IHV and lireriitllle S. I., Til. exington pike, three mile from Danville, Ky.. at $20.00 to insure a living The tt Idt .temt lnleiet In the iw lre a u liiell of ioi foal. of piltelirtnl This National Show Horse has made reputation for himself, both in the protlm: lite liMk I etlili'iit fnilll the number of tountle where the work show ring and u a sire. SIRED UY REX PEAVINE 1796, a champion show horse and an lis itlr. itily oiie forwunt Lite "tix k I. Vh. Tliee .'all In. Ohio; ami I tilt w mnke Stallions In Service 1922 All Peavine 4092 1 1 trtli.4 . i IHnt!.' Ii 'I..Hie "ihi.lung n ' . ri.d. i',i . ...l, t liu kH'I'IknI ' ..' ml iitin.il h mul,V ii. uii'. fryil Hi,i - a I I WALKING FAT .lrk THIS NOTED WILL MAKE C STALLION THE SEASON Wr will offer thl ca!Hin the nervier of my tine Mild lo Ullion WALK-INAT OUR PLACE, ONE MILE VERDICT, at my place one mile South of llucker on the Lancaster WEST OF PAINT LICK, ON rnd Ilurkrye pik,e, at I $10.00 To Insure A Living Colt. LANCASTER PIKE, AT Walking Verdict is a Nuturni Walker and has proven hlmlf a iplcn He U by thr noted horse VERDICT and a more uxten Uid breider. pedijrree can be seen at my plac. At the same time and place will ntand a Number One good Jaak, From him we have such ?h.impion as Edna May, Golden Glow, rl work S'rmv, Queen O the May, ((liu were inrllrlparnt .11 Star Peavine, and many others. year. at the end of the lly Hex McDonald Daly 2nd. by Peavine 85. Summary of Results in "Better Sire, GRAND SIRE REX McDONALD 833, the undisputed champion show Better Stock" Camrilgn, Octo jurse nnd sire. ber 1. 1919, to December 31, 1921. Firl Dam Lucy Wells 0104, by Peavine So. A great brood mare by by States Having Mora Tnan 1.0CC the world's gre.itet brood mare sire Peavine. His daughters have produced Animals Listed. tch champions ns Lou Chief, Cleopatra, the Frenchman, Kdna May, AoOMla I'm.llr I'tituiia il.irthenia McChord, and dozen. of others. I.UI VlrKiol tlfel A mare by All Peavine 4092, is a ure foundation. ; im 14X5 I.i'n K.e Second Dam, daughter of Harris Denmark. hi. ii t.;it iMi'itH I'aiullua. kl Third Dam, daughter of John Osely. S.IM tsM Wn.liliitlin ... : If you want to breed to n stallion whole produce commands the hlghtutt Si IMI .M ili market prices, brie t,. II Peavine 1092. The price for which hi colts IK have sold are as .. u i .. t k. They being sold at public auction along 4.W Verinent ..u with other mli : . :. t'linur. Ikul .... topped the market. a,Mi M tl.UlarH. llreeding addle hore of i.ie Highest type is no longer guess work (llk 2. in i.i Nwlli t'niolOM. :. .... OklalMiHwt a begets like) and takes champion to produce chumpions. Here you have i.r aJ :jst KlHtOU Ifcent all in this pedigree, Ilex McDonald, Itt x Peavine and double infusion n :,ht 1VU.IN1I0 t,n of the champiun brood mare sire Peavine (All Peavine 4092) will brtcsl true u W.v.lH .... tt ViifcUikt .. i.n Wi.l to hi family inheritance of championship blood. t u 1! NuitH iKkula.. 1ln-MAll Peavine 4092 it I5 III! hand high and weighs 1,200 pound. rr u .. Keuth J.-.- ml In M.l.lt i.Mlii r in Ms i.iiil'lie lli-i- i In the IImihU o i'.iihiii unit I'orto tin- - champion sire. 1 r.u, liul, . . .: l.i.i. ie $20.00 to Insure run likH .. Montana Ni.-Vu- bu . S'rteiU S' w .... .... It i is.,,,.: 4, 1.M .iu roc 1.1s I J.HI M 4 Julian Peavine a Living Colt. SEASON DUE IF MARE IS TRADED OR PARTED WITH. !dhn be 1: CHIEF NAPOLEON AT $10.00 TO INSURE A LIVING FOAL. iild to und w K'tierul linprote. mint In nuulliy I reported by the liipurtmeiit of Vcri' iilliire Dlicaeet Decreasing. Pln'ii.i's of lite KtiN'l; ure diepn(ni; Cure taken to prevent accident but will not occur. le reyonsible should any T. O. Hill BUCKEYE, KENTUCKY. and T. C. Jenkins Cornett Bros. t.) Feed for I'ed liheriill) of eorn tuih t Inter u well rn htty end on Ilette- Wintering Sheep. on strnw und iie rut will per duy. und more In ply than hi-e11 1 JULIAN PEAVINE Is a chestnut sorrel with a beautiful sllviiry rtun n.ane and tail, stands 15.1 hands high; ha plenty of style and tlntsfc. If you are looking for something real fancy to breed to, don't fall t o Mm. JULIAN PEAVINE will make the season of 1922 at abavo nfetuw at ' $10.00 to insure u living foal. Seanon becomes due when mare is traded or parted with or brel to other stock. Most cureful attention of all stock sent to my care, kit not irsponslble should accidents occur. A lien retained on colts till season Is paid. Pasture for marts from a distance furnished at reasonable ratoi. but same must be paid before stock is removed. treln. In ull ruse IHeun PAINT LICK, KY., Route No. 2. eetter AnlmaU Reiult. ter iiidtmil. J. UNDERWOOD bet' rtlONE 5505. DANVILLE, KY, kfe The Central Record. Lancaster Ky., Thursday, Aibril 27 1922 AFTERMATH CITIZENS By ORA REDMOND EDITORI Employment A. Li JOSEPH'S EXCLUSIVE LADIES OUT- NATIONAL BANK II Wit a clever little letter. uhlle, whlmah-a- l Jnl the Mirt In phiie the lulerit of Ilic luot Indifferent. I toll liml read It several lime before t ilillni: In accept tin challenge of Hit' it gny lltlli' chaUem laot few Hue that meant luurb or little, u herbo lu Interpret II "Ami so, If you are still the ume tu what tlx other old Hud, wild nil lutlf of the Muriel la ilolim, come und Me what my share f li I up to. I am illl Itic trui daughter of travel, luit If )uu Mill tail nay the ulh my Uts tli.ill lit fuliltil for a llltli- - t titic. und hnll li iniy tire imil chulr for two le in l In order of thing fur tin' 'like uf Audi laing S)tif." like Peg." Ii declared, as he studied llii letter, "dear little. Jolly THE BANK THAT ALWAYS TREATS YOU RIGHT. Don't you know that, after all, it U the little thinps that put the Smile in Life and smoothes over and erases the routfh upots that trip us? Kvery day briiiKs forth an opportunity to scatter some of these Smiles alonjr thn Highway of Life. To add Joy and Happiness to somebody's home 'and somebody's existence. Dye YtwOM Straw Nit Costs Little and Easily Done With FITTERS ONE PRICE OUR nd QUALITY NUHAT DYE MOTTO. C. K. ENGLE GROCERIES EVERYTHING AND NOTIONS. The homeo of this city are homes of comfort. The exceptions are solely the result of lacking the proper financial income necessary for the needs of liviiiR. KINNAIRD BROS. Dealer in DODGE BROTHERS CARS, GOODYEAR MOTOR TIRES, 'Jul ' THE BEST. Peg-- For vslth the iierspectlvi' given by thi year tlinl had passed. Peg unj tliclr Auld l.ang Sjne seemed very Indeed, Thi Jolly find very of her brought link Incidents. Ions forgotten, of his college day, when lit Imil been un Incorrigible dreamer, and Peg hi conllilaiiti; their merry camaraderie with u certain hieiith-taklnUrlt understanding of fuller depth to Ih sounded In mime faraway ilay Memories made sudden I) J. F. HOLTZCLA W HOUSE FURNISHINGS It is up to all of us to briiiK about commercial ami industrial conditions that will make more ami better employment possible for those who need it. Ami this can be done by keepinjr our community finances within ourselves FOR OUUSELVKS. Patronize Home Industry, Home Merchants and Home Products. From buyiiiK an automobile to purchasing a pair of shoes let your commercial actions be limited by the boundaries of Lancaster. Hire Lancaster Labor, purchase Lancaster Materials and let your fin'shed improvement represent a 101) PER CENT PERFECT LANCASTER LOYALTY. TUBES, ACCESSORIES Vuhat tf romH In laittXm Ailtrnt ikcp rr ri k, with flirt...! a an? h ha mlilna, m thr.1 alitKMt R. H. BATSON'S CASH STORE mar tt IMI rtn an-- t d CLOTHING, SHOES AND GENTS FURNISHINGS. He a inrrlil hack thi considerable autre that In had gained llimtiKli the stilting of lili earlier umbltlon. He va whittling merrily us lit maile an unusually rareful toilet. The room Into which Hod wns uherei Ma murli an Itoh liml ed It. High II In one of the city' ho tel. It held the initial lmerjuniil sub stantlal ulr of comfort common tu LADIES OUTFITTERS mull establishment, anil with It :i Utile tranttor) touch of homlne WHERE THE THOUSANDS which l the knack of the horn tr.iv eler. a hi The IVC that greeted ti I SHOP. Peg, only n trifle older, anil wler nnl Chattering mm very murli ut forlahly of thing, liml eoile the. IhiIIi knew, she .nconed him In th? largest chair, tlshteil the ga l"S "d turned off u II hut one roe r.hiid.'! Iatn that gave the room over to Then xenleil iipMilt-hisoft twilight. she turned Hit subject lo llo )tiir Hint hail (ueil ilnce they hn When met. had he heeiiTf Wat Don't knock'k. EAT MORE hit work iiinEutan BREAD when you can get Under her frank regard Itoh felt un How omld he eiluln mm fort ahle. George Washington tlour made to thli inntlilent little ililunary. to from selected soft winter whom he hail onre poured out ilelre wheat unexcelled for fine fur adventure and travel, that rl.it hud mine to cakes, biscuits and pastry. mean more to htm than the lure of TunU nd UagdadT For the llrt time he reallrejl how dlrTerent tva tils life from hi early etperlntlon). Ttie knowledge drought an arniinilon For Woniin Only. All Otptnit. from the boy lubmericed In the man em when place I o tine ti It The lullltuore w.iiiuiii who pu(n4 he had heeome. Iniputlently enough, you are homesick for II and no place her oh!rieroii lnih:ind Into u trunk. he dlpoied of hN Mory and Hikeil ur and threw away the key lia nppirent l.m m bad a- - It Wm for her. homesick in It. Tumi life Ir ohid the ancient problem -'- Ho Leaning forwanl In her rhalr, rhln can I hold my hubnd?- - Seattlt In bund, ride Nludleil the fire thought Liw for th- - Rich. l'o;lntelli;i.;icer fully. c do not crave IVrv.ltall we uoiiti like to l "I think that from the tint. Itoh, our weillli, but "Cut to th Nth." old dreaiim have Intluenreit my rourne rll eit.tugli to refill- - to uin.n-- r hum. Till ihae nU'iiltl". uliollr, or to of coiiu.l. Dallat of art Inn, tio.i- - on udvlc the littnixt deene. uiinntlri'il by a Hob felt a guilty twinge. Here were .V ' friend. The exiin!!!!! I in ken from memorlei freiher than hl. Her a mathematical formula, where a tone wiis reamurlng, how. Athamed ol Maurnlny. muimN for any iiuiiiImt "Cut to tht Kvldently ahe wnn't Koine In .sj, riant) eier. The motirnlii: for nth, plu one." t.lultliM uiire than aentlmentullie oier It. the il.Hil a an etfvHiitmie practice. any number. the) put ihi ii'M they "Ufe u.eil tu be more reul. more Mil u a )hiIm.I -clothe vivid to you than to me. I thought It women of Luck " wai through kiuh failure of mine to v. euUun. d- .- r . i: .1 l.nc'. I live up to jour dreamt that we drifted by thai huiUK'ti. weiMlni:!. apart, and In- - each other's hIiiih ui FIrit "Hotslt" In Hillary. lHHif It may lie tin eteni. either In I.U "(ititllm. of lll.inrv" VV..II. I j.m1 or evil, which artwl the Inter completely. Hut opmrtunlty fume. I llieil It mid to be the et All thee ycari I have v. thai l.)illa va uf an Individual, r liMppeuimt hen neeklng romance In !lrl country In the world lo provide but thi h:ipenltii: I entirely cihihiI. wiiy landi. It hadn't het-till play. the convenience of Inn Tor traveler) "l.ueky." Iiii,evi.r. the Idea of but there hue hien many, nxiny rum- - and trmltr. food Itic'. only. peiiHatloDH. My lateit hook U Ijlng I hero on the table. Cjreful LUtener. It will be on the His Cosiness 3sint. mv market noon." hut, the "When the e)e nr "Kindly iHform tlte iinti ti t more miite. iiy a tarnl Imhnhh Hob opened the honk uhlch ahe Ininanusiil to keeji your rittll m diced piin wu ili'iimmhil dnrlnu a trial (ht twuW dicated u In teal authority. We have of 4i- - tr)Hu thi ex . rae.-i- In church. ruptcy. Tertulmy. llie Mimewhat il"illoophlral trend. "liHt ulloM e 10 oiu;i l IIihI "I am Youth," pning out at him - laitidoli OM0l 'I H,rt thU hifnriwitum t WiiMt rl.-- l from the printed page. "Kmhodled In Sounds Natural. iim are all the inlnrful ilriiim. to door. There are ven.i t Mi onu- Ktltor nvent. and I liaie deire which I am heir, venturing ami inA Trenton (N, J.) woman hail tomova sured. the ollker dll.V beeune her ihsiil hU. to lenrh them tie mm ret " . llefore me lie the trull to far- band' -- plrlt fumllel the Inich every '" away land, where I may upend my nlxbt. Jt'"t hubad do Unit earlier, i i'. ..iu4u:;riu tnal energy; the myotic lure of Itagdadund In their eureer. Viihlnctoii l'ot. . u vio.ri.ij Wiw. a llriitb Calcutta ; the frozen uiMtei of SiI wteuli-- l I Thj Ptntrating Word. i.i uttlvx) lb t.me ut beria ; the romance of Venire anil the - ' ' I' 'iMi'" --it on.- The w of i.- -l U .1MB, mid wiw.l charm of Nlce pluv ground fur my . .1. ' . .. er iu,iu any two eilsod iim. u ik micuia linatlateil fancy' The wltote world rrfui ... w.1 i., ;be multllde linage ! . I I.. to. .llii Pn-- ; tloM i mine If I will claim It nut only Iand lb. rule o . a l lln i....vii at thla little klip of ground where('lin-it -- pint, iiiwl a.i.i and mtiHiti Vll.l aliiKl .. J.e lio. The time :s t of :i.e How. then, could I dex'.T.i ha placed me. 'iit to lUe (wrtlculul of iilri tl4ireM 1:13. ever ronxlder the ktolhl inlHfiirt of of Hi - iii..tiunipt-iUax. ha) r middle age In eichange fur my Aa Iniamt Lrjlitno Indian Col's Many Name J. on AthiHtlt .luvt like Peg ugulli; and If be hw TfM IIKhtlliriiat Mttci V IimMh, li. Sibley In Hi imsI to yurdi the ('M-- iieeortilMi to of t4tiumerce, knew It, like the boy who aent her City. i, ta now J Journal Hut thi time un tnliiii I on the iiiel. ...a lite hoMd walfc. ao.1 Mr h nut Kiel hla. unaccountable linger ihhh. lret un.1 iiiairt-- IliK tu tic '.I:.', in fniiiHin. They urn Ut tli Stolid comfort. auft Hit i(IVii -- Ii.m mikI ublalnv lu t. ave aiMwl twMtlM of He vvus uitly Itupat.eiit to git awuy lu- v ..ihIi isiM of plenty utnl a of bind Ui the leirlfofB from the funded rrlthim whleli pautii'li mid iiilrtli. Im mi. en. I or l be MM4HI. Sdi-otiAlncr the heml iiml milk of an eleilmut. to hl outgrown hleal falthfulne He drew a breath of relief when ten 11. held. lIllliiHiiiiaii lb.- lody monkey (imI. ( he paed through the lobby, mil Into the iMilnm r h.Hiie life. Oi Two Cv.ls, Ut:. the alreet. Probltm in Criticism. Left ululle, I'eg atareil iUlulcull The wife of farmer hud tonni One ihiy tin) Into the lire. Her Ironic mull brk llki a knife that CrltlcUm prt,enti to the criMtot a tnlnlkter Into u grin, rellifvifil. ulumvt merry the furtnitead und tu problem which Is never aolved. Ciltl. pre, "Pec, old dear," alie uddreied the tlced the farmer stutidlnK ciilnily In clitm I, io the artlt. the ioldt of a heavy i.iwii;Miur of erne; or perhn a shot which he rellectlun In Him mirror over the "a fool there wa! Think rain. "Why on earth don't you net will not Micceeil In lu)ln. If lot could of the fun we've been mlttlng, keep-ii- Indoorsr he tiertil. "Oh. sir. It's oil ioilify hi mind I hat crillcism wiis u i thla; or .1 liid. a the Ideul alive fur a clothe line rlcht." replied the farmer; "I'm she. certiln tiling, i Hut tomorrow, we'll terlmc frue the tnrm. Man, I tell yt proper pnnenit or uu Irrelevant, lm i.uiuufacturer. of It. park up for the Uit time, und wt'U If nawhlnc ujiildrf tun whut It U uv mtghj ui'tdiohaleiilly ilKHi-side. Kill he eutiii.il. Witlda I'runk. welcome old utfe lu i plump, uap U buoicalow aproaf of dear liy their uneiertiilni-- t tlrriil. snaking oft tin mental dint "Everything For The Hoiue." )im. fit J. E. DICKERSON AND SON 111 ee. F. B. MARKSBURY AND COMPANY m, nunti-farturln- j; Every one of these actions, friends, means employment, vocation, prosperity, joy and happiness and we might add Profit. Profit for everyone concerned. YES. EVEN PROFIT FOR YOURSELF. Profit in the fact that you have been benefited yourself by keeping your money In Lancaster. Profit by helping to create conditions of prosperity permitting an increased property value to prevail and greater income from your investment. Profit in the personal satisfaction and feeling that you have done your civic duty towards your city and earned the title of a LOYAL LANCASTER CITIZEN. Every one of the llusiiu'ss Firms listed on this page give employment to Lancaster people. And they are only part of the business and industrial district of Lancaster composed of Business Men who SUPPLY VOCATION FOR. HUNDREDS OF LANCASTER HOMES. Their desire is to not only maintain this condition but to increase the opportunity for labor in this community. The possibilities and amount of improvement will only be limited by your Loyalty, your and your Patronage. Therefore let these be liberally and freely given. yovt U tlrxr htt. Nukl Pr l!l It Uiitirul flnlih nl mk It rMllxv. Nuhal eolm kn.tr IkU ! mrr th rwi.nfita mtnw anft iH .ial4 m It ooat g fa l or run rati far Kukat rrt Alnn Anr tni(Ot or arvi b tunatar It. rH aanmtil wttl ahaw fu th (durtrrn mUt NvHlt Card. If rwr itMWr csnMt aupatr au. arWr from lu. I'tU. dirwt U CtarUtmaa HUt roW Ja4J Cumpanr, li amltlfrlr mi.i H nw llln.t. iklkl m lrl fin ot.1 It U mttr ilrarW ta um II rvj It mil lrw how Wmk frxH hl olU.t r.n.1 plr inn atrrof rS. ti. lbr Jkaa, Tn. r Poor Chanc. FRANCIS-SMIT- H Ttie nun to IlkHv ' ie. Hli- - tun! crltlclua I by irale. MILLINERY AND NOTIONS. Stsjiuit I a nsisr il-oMeaamimi tn 1 of Inf at'iitt twHe st-- l dian r Vfrlcan Ueik PKe Ma ml HvkI weti in.1 oil iihlMinerfnim tlnfii Tti UH !Hlb a fwod i.l ' tiHsej aad pre-,..r- oil 1 t'.e. Hriicd i' ir .Wlri.y in ts' iitria. I a yield la no In IHZI ttie In. I' Our Stock it kept alive and Our price are right. Our aim i to (ill your e. pnii '." want. Public Square Phene 184. Indi ii tTi i"i of ?otHir3 Ertrct Csrden HOTEL KENGARLAN Mr. A K Sander. Manager Groceries, Cigar, Tobacco, Candies, Fruit. An excellent Restaurant in connection. Take your Sunday 6 o'clock dinner with u. We ft" iHt iHt.i Ih .ar.lru lo a en In- -) lie world. tr . ttoner oue at 11 fcoior call U. U from a l l iwl, to arerther we ase water, hp note a fet lim; we slam! In uiImiIiuik.i ..'fore a ptunt which h:i ciHiie Mdde4v In'.. W. n rt. and and we luvt forslti- - Un II our trouble. John Treeiu.i nr. rrtee . vuuragcuus d 1.. ra r ixcpiy I i ii ! e reir-inlc- sievl iwnue-thln- n 1 !h ijh." ! reji.l j , rj um-.i- -. I (Klliabethtown Krwa) Certain sentence of Senator Hor-ah- 's reply to an American l.cjrion! I'o.t in Idaho condemnini; anil threatening him for hU oppotitlon tot the bonu stand out o boldly In these days of political rowarilice that they! deserve repetition. Mr. Ilorah tell the I.eKion that the threats of future political punNhmriit were wholly un- iu.ceary. as lt rellccted no credit ' .r..M. ..... 10 Upon yUU Ullll ilb lll II.11 HI. riirn u.- alun; Mr. Ilorah on me." Further declares that no one will lie able to nay that lu "ever sought to purchase political power by draft. upon the public treasury, or that I chose to buy a continuation in otlire by $4,000,000,000 upon the bended I bucks of American taxpayers, haven't much respect for the man who huys olfice, even though he pays Hut the for it with hi own money. mo.t slimy creuture which ilUrarcs American politics is the man who buya, office by paying for It with up. y propriulion out of the public and chutves his venal pulltlcnl obligation to the taxpayer." It is cuurui;t' ami conviction like this that tuml out In bold relief ni;aint a Itepubllcan ltcpublicaii I'resiilent, House und Itepubllcan Senate, all of whom lire op pined to the bunui, but each afruid tu say tut. put-tint; tr-urper-fcct- l) POSTAL IMPROVEMENT WEEK IS OBSERVED ay SCCS cerapilc. and vaea Blleil with a Ihi re all to huvi U.vm uueactheal a the, . Iniij AiifilnfeatlcnlVHi' i ..nlereil Uj ti. director uf fontia art ftPIrr. jold cotu. Find Trace of Old An old Itimiau city lis d.. red at Sam I La tier. .Stm In.e f a hlshway niiinliij: lu ttie -- (Ire uf Atin;.t. civlcrius wit p nu 'I Ih-o- n. d fr$tueii Green Clay Walker Law And Real Eatate Money to loan on Lit your farm for tale Inaugurated . 111 FlTtt farm. priv- uciiciui vaiiiptiigii Kind in Service. ately or at auction. Office over J. W. Smith' Store. Without the Postal 8erlce. busloo would lanculsh In a day, ar.l b at a tantstlll In a week. Public oplninn would die of dry rut. Sectional hatred or prejudice only would flourish, and narrow-nitudeilne- M. S. HATFIELD OaTIc thrive. 1 1 11 i ' 1 t..a.iti ili. - - 1 L herl-tage- It Is Uie btgcet dUtlncttve buslnets rhoats Office 5. Rssldtace 371. the world and It cotuei nearvr to tbt LANCASTER, KENTUCKY lanermost Interest of a greater num. hr of men and women than any other, Institution on earth. No prlratn busl-neOPIOMI'TRIHT however wldensd, tuuehet s. Prac'.H- many live so often or sharply; no limited to iliagnoiini; and church reaches Into so many s.iuls, flutter ao many iule, ha so many correctini: defects t human Mnm of on It mln Kyeiicht by titration. the llttintr of "Postal Improvsment WsC has proper kIsuh.-!-. set for May I. by lb I'ostmstter DANVILLE, KENTUCKY ieneral. Thi I the tlrt xeneral Opposite Gilcher Hotel. of Its kind In the Postal Service fur several decade. Itillnes men Offic. Hours S lo 12 aad 1 to 5 p.m and their ortcnnluitliin, lame uern of the mall, new apafier, mdlou plcturvs, advertisers, mid the enllrit urcsnlsn. tlnn of rr.it.isst ptnl worker are to Im rnlUted In this country-wide- , campaign (if Interest In poitnt lliipruveiin-nts- . Logical. hUNERAL DIRECTOR Your hstp la vital, Addrta your r In hi early rllns.the farmer I Olllce Over National tUnk. plainly with ptn or typswritar. lotlcal HU Idea I Unit If th hcfire ou cet up, you Olvs strsst addrsss. Spsll out nam day hrvuk Krsbience Phone S. Olfice Phone 27 f Ststa, don't sbbrsvlsts. Put your ruiiliol .Ht lo hate a vvholt day In. 'LANCASTER, KV. rtturn addrtsas In th uppsr Isft hand fore )uu. In DENTIST or.r Th. Garrard Hank. DR. J. J. BY RISE deH-nden- ln cam-psls- n J. A. Beazlev 1st-ts- . . . Inde' Mil t4l :a)JiK 1 uwH-mnd- iUt llli-ui- hr .t ir -- did-lar- . hui-hhim- 1 cornar of snvslop (not on th back) and always look at your Isttsr bsfor dropping In th mail to a If It I I'm if itifoit tmvu u small stand properly addrssd. This car In th ol the de ..f nur Uil on which you us of th mailt I for your bsntflt and lii-u iihiii'IIoii of liook and mucu psods up th dispatch and delivery ThU with a well urrunci'd of mail mattsr. tines. Call llshi ui jtw joii an hiiur's com. If you hav any complaints of poor nljlil. lie fortuble ie,i.iiu many srvlc mak thtm to your postmsstsr. little iMtellil III Hie ihlllco of till H has Instruction to Invsstlgst thni I stand; imi Mill hud that a slund with and rsport to th drparUntnt. kt leact oio .ln-.und a small drawer Comlott i Necsssary Eltmcnt. Or. Printus Answered Walker VETERINARIAN. Nltht 11 1 f " SO' Promptly Dot Phon. 317 KINTLCK1 Is iieiVll'l-- . t Hunters Beware 11 pael 11 g Fascination In Origins. f ever) thin,; In th The urlxiu world, from mini himself to slamt wont utnl phraiM, from vatt und Mr feet uiichiitilm to tmimicr ntid cus-toor (.'rent era nml icinomlc cycle, ulways have held a special And there has uhiuya hecu someone, whether It be Oarttln or th Kncji'Iop'lu llrltuiiiilca, to ferrit out each Hratllm;. Homer Joxepli OiMlse. huntlnir or hnntinir of any character or trespasslnir on our farm. Any postac violators will be persecuted Th PfJST OKFICK DEPARTMENT ex. J. S. Schooler, Edirar pct It to l us4 by lu poitmastar I'rice, Joe Crisclllls, T. Price, W. A. J. Price, R. nd amploy la dealin, with th L. Klkin, II, SI. Lear, It. K. llarker public. H. F. Tarsons, Marinda Loniworth. Help thtm In It as bsfjinnlnit (Other nmes jslll be added upon with POSTAL IMPROVKMENT the payment of 25 cents) WP.KK. May t 0, IIWJ. (tf.) C OU In RJ ES Y We positively will not permit fore Ilk It stick humn relations stamps on lsttar. The Central Record, Lancastei , Ky.. Thursday April 27, 922 1 HAVE A BEAUTIFUL ASSORTMENT OF STYLES AND PATTERNS IN READY MADE GINGHAM GINGHAM WEEK, PRICE FROM $1.98 TO $4.95. DRESSES PRICED SPECIAL DURING NATIONAL Loiaine Ginghams 59c yd. OXFORDS WV Peter Pan Ginghams 69c r.v. PUMPS milled 'JOO pairs of Oxfords ami Strap I'umpa to Uio.ho we have Ikmmi pricing at hf 25 Per Gent OFF ALL MILLINERY for early summer wear arrives daily. Do not overlook the opportunity to save money by purchasing one of our $3.85 and COST $4.85 Dresses, Suits and Coats Take advantage of this salt while we have a complete stock to show yo i. DON'T FORGET OUR SPECIAL PRICE ON FLOOR COVERING. Your unreatrictotl choice. $3. and $5. Hats (Gossip About People A B'WI Q,t d M Vy rti.f ifwn ol lh ve Coming Mr. anil Mrs. Vinril Conn nml chil .fri'n rr .Sunday kucoU of Mr, antl Mm. It. K. snd in. MI.m Mnttie I.uti upent a few ilny returnotl In KichirHtml and Korea Urf week. Mr. Kctor Ukhw ka 1Ui homi nftcr upAMtHfn; Hattor MU Sara WHmat at the vk-efnrnil in Vlrnta. Mi. Ilourne In Cn. Mi. J ud th Daniel i few day in Louuvillr. vpending a at wi miiima pend week-en- Kev. W. K. Itix w.ll in Herca, th Mri. W. H. Burton wa ton Pridey viwting. in Lexing- Danville. f Mm. W. I. WHHanM, ()kl . i tk of MUt Uekm CM M Helen dill and Mr. W. I. on Mnplv bvphuc. William worn I.vxiagtoa TiMtar MW KatU llariHM WedmWay. p tho HrndTNity tlaiwe at Tuiwday for Mr. K. C. Calnw mit Tua, with Catherine f 0korH Dan-viM- Friday Mr. Danville, Mr. I Ira Holtaelaw, of visilbtg frlead here, to Utfutor aftr fedlwn day in !.uivlle. MbM Mnrthn d erfwin. J. M. MIttbirt hat l.chaaan, to attiml the rwlurHmi lft Trawylvanki rrt I'rethyterial, Mr. S. Mr. fMMt tlto Hob Hooter, of l.exingtaa, Wn4-M- l here last week. V. Harris t In Stanford of hit soa, Itandolph Hur-r- . Mr. K. the guessl Mr. W. T. Wo, of Howling (Srccn past soon sovoral oofs bore t wrek. Msm Lucy Pmswis. of i I'alat visiting her iMv. Mr. l.icV. Sautluy Httgfcet. Mr. Will Watkor, f gueot of hi sister, Mr. Txa, it the i Wtltlnm llartoa. Mn. Haw Ftoaher, of Irwr1anapll tt tfto Mi gti 01 Mrv W. S. IIourtH' ha returnel hume after a vWt to Mr. nad Mr. Mrs. I'aul Hayd ami ehiMrcn have John Umleruoeil, of DanxiNe. arrived and an1 witH I'raf. Iloytl at lltiurne and Mr. and Mrs. I.oyd Mn. Mary Mary l.EjnV daughters were guest Sumlny of Mr. Dr. William llurnvtt ha ruturnrd and Mrs. J. M. Italian!. in Danville. from Florila and wt shaking hand Mr. N'orman C. Thompwm and with frtrnds hore Monday? with her children )nt the week-en- d MIm Aanic Hoytn ,nf Chicago. titter. Mr. Janie II. Smith and Mr. I the RUtvit of hrr parent. Mr. ami Smith. Mr. J. A. I!ojrtn, on Hill Court. Mr. K. I Owsley, Mr. Mnrthn Mr. Alton Teat it, af Gunn Fribie and Mr. K. K. MeUobert. Ohnpel. n the rlratnt vititor of uere dinnr guett of Mrx. Mary Mr. and Mr. I.uca KittT Thunday. I'riee in Danville Thurlay. , Mlao I'oorl KUnoarv and Mr. I)ev Mr. nn! Mr. Alin Tamer, Mr. and ey IlnuuMui wvrr iiuwday KUttot of Mrs. Waltor Tunmr apd Mr. E. K. hvr fmrrntA, Mr. and Mr. Jim Ptan Fletcher return n1 to Indlananali lat weok after a vMt with friend here. aory. KUMt ta Ur wofk-rnMr. Ktl.m llctU.. Uib, af I.xtak;tN. day thit week, of hvr moth-- r. Ilad wfe C Doaay and Prof. in P. K. Iuiville for a few Mnr MMrr nnu ptol "ora Msndaf- - PVtesmr, of I'aittl Lik takt with Ml Ile4e ItaM-Mttr- ti Turner. Mn.'j; Tnwuiaf. CM. ntjfcojng I W. rSosore Mi Mr. vMtssr DnaviHe Mdr. m MtmHvv of DdNll he with the Court djy rwd hore aury ad Mr. pait wrvk. !). , I.Hcillc Lackey Mr. and Mr. Clyde Hulticlaw have poHt Thunday and KrWay in ItMimond with relumed from thuir lirhlal trip and tho lift: are with Mr. J. F. Holticiuw and Mr. WiUott Hraadonhuri: Mrs. Holtihiv, on I.oxingten avenue. Hill road. Ml Mian tHa ttHI)wiy Hntmidu- - ha Won th of Mom iaurl Flan Ilriidtfu f Luxlng-- t. Ms. Ilebcrt Ktno4y, sartor. Mr. W. h the, goost X A. n&ruMi, tt Mfeom Jan aad Uary Paly Su4ay at a dining ia V. Mr, (lilburt A, Smith and attractive little daughter, Ilottie I.e, of the I'wughktHwiu, N. Y., arc viitag her lter, Mr. Jama II. Smith and Mr. Smith. tl (tr-taim- f Mr.. I. William, of wk TmuHmwi atteaded Use "I'M DltaM 4mm M DaturAI HrV Mhw I'Mtl LHIuim aad stay Mwdit. Mia S4oUh llroHiia wor ovoainx caitor of Mr. and Mn. Kutdl Craat. 51 r. Joase Winn w ;ll at hit Friday atefct. m MjiMfc avonuo. bnrinK Ww striek- - by wfA oaralysK aad Ml Mr. WUlio Mae Klliott Curl Curtis loft tM Mlaai Ma ItaWaaw aad Mr. Yfm. Mr .ansi Mr. MeKtw. for HMtMowd, Mr. CHrU Wav-in-if II. K'iaird aad Mhm PoKh at nooopted a pMltiH at the OrjfH-tk- of llkhmowd. att.ndd, 11i Mr. Kaort OhlahatM. Tuli. har Mr. Lynn Clark and children and Mr. aad Mr. Jamn II. Smith aad little MHt, Jame, Jr., Mpent Hatter Sunday with Mr. and Mn. J. flaiiry aMr. W. S. Ktkiti ruturned to her home in Atiantn today, after viVitlng hur hrathvr, .Mr. John M. Duncan, frinw a Mrs. Theodore Winter-mttGeorge uf IHikvilte, Mr. Daavillt-totrtal jwrlor. Wekh awl Mr. ami Mr. W. It. Cook, v. ere Mr. K. Mr. and Mr. John I'Vfnuy. after uf Danville, Mr. Martha VmUv, Mr. V A. L. 0vley Saturday. StanIViee. Mr. Kdd I'nc. Mr. NKle.M VMitinic relative in Lancaster, Kirhniond, nave returned i I'ncf nn.l Mrs. T. J. ford I'ric. Mr. Mr. Matti Duaoan, after several San Frit'ie .f0, 'iKine i I'nrw, Jr., wr' ilHint-- ttuvMt of .Mr. It.t th.-month nbteur in I.eulvllle, ha re- Califur" a. S. 1. i'ncf, in DaiiviUf Thimlu turned. It i vary gratifying to her many frioadi, to know that she it niuet ;mprovd In health. Mr. aad m lmlo rat who i wry illatHM. mueh lwirvel . guj Ja r henault, of School Notes. Soph -"- Why:" people will think Louite McKee, ofj Fresh "IJecause Hlchmond, Iwth University of Kea- The Freshman Class has staged n you are crazy if you go around with tucky student, veru the week-enj base Ixll game, the Hard Worker them shut." vMtar of Mi Minnl Mae Itithin-- : versus the Never Quitter. There Sam limped in from the ileld nnd arc to be I innings, April 17th. to May 12t. "A 'in deportment, daily reporteil to the athletic instructor. Mr. and Mr. II. V. Hastin, of "I'm a little stilT from Frankfort, were at a luncheon recitation in all studies, and no abhe said. sents or tardies count a hits. The Friday, their guot being Mr. and "Where did you say you wore Mr. W. It. lla.tin, Mr. Adolph score it given out after each inning from:" Jbeph, MiM l.ucretia Skinner ami on Fridny. The Hard Worker have ehoen green as their color and the Mildred Ilwuley, of I.anrnter. Cane Seed Broom Corn Seed, Alu Never Quitters, blue. Virgil I Mr. and Mr. Will Clark had a narcaptain of the Hard Work- falfa Seed, Tennriiee Millet, Cow row tweape of having- their home ers, Adolia Walker of the Never Peat, Soy ilmlll, Raps Seed, ideal night. On their Quitters, and Ml- - Sexton is umpire. for ho); patture and can be fed green (Kirned last Sutiduy Hudson & Farnau. U to cattle. return from church they found a The score at close of 1st. inning tamp, which wa thought to he ex to I in favor of the Hard Worker. Horse Show Day tinguished had exploded and a three Come on Frashmen! Play ball! foot blaze was burning on a table The fourth Monday In April at one saturated with oil. No damage was Mr. Southern, of the Fugazzi time was looked upon as one of the dene hut Mrs. Clark rays she will be .School of Ilusinoss, visited the after- greatest horse show day In Lancasg sure the lamp i blown out right, noon cla, looked at ter, but it was not so last Monday. their book and talked to them u Everything wa here but tho horse. hereafter. idtcrt while. Thi! it the 1st. comMrs. Thodere. Currey wa hotosl mercial subject taught at L. II. S., Automobiles have taken the day and there wa very little room here last Tuesday at a luncheon in honor of and I elective. Two classes have Monday to have, shown a horse, had Mrs. W. I. William, of TuV-- a. Okk. hw:i farmed because ofthe large one been found. However, there The haute was deoratod in spring number of apdicant and many have were a few saddle horse on hand, HowVr. The table had a silver vae put their bid in for next yenr' class. but attracted little attention. Among of jiink tulips. Cover were laid for The business men and banks have Mr. Wllllanu, Mr. Joe Walker, Mr. been such a help by showing u their them wa J. II. Miller' Belgian King, a large, rich colored sorrel; Emanual Clay Sutton, Mr. John Feeney, of syttem and givitig us suggestions a Cox exhibited Walking Pat, Jr., a CaL, Mr. Frank Markbury, Ml. to what they expect of bookkeepers. nice saddle, three year old Walking Helen Gill and Mis Mary Doty. l'at and out of n Preston mare. Daily rehearsal are being held for Millard Criscillls John I). Feeny, freight agent for paraded a two year the Wostern I'aciflc Itailroad Com- the Senior Day, "At the End of the old by Walking l'at, a nice one. pany at San Francisco, accompanied Italnbow." Undulatta Dare, owned by Clarence by hi wife, i in Lexington, visiting Ucazley was led out and wa much The Sonior Class has selected at admired. George F. Hrown had on relative and friend. Mr. Feeny a ran of tne late Captain John D. it motto, "Nous r'eussirons" (Wc exhibition n fine young Jack, that Fcany, for u number of year sani-- j will succeed), purple and white at knowing ones pronounced very fine. lary inspector of Lexington, and be-- i colors, and lavender and white sweet fore going to California was aioci-- 1 pons n their class Mower. An undertaking is never difficult atwl with his uncle, F. II. Carr, in te the follow who is not willing to the rnilroail business at Hichmond, consider it. Laugh And Live and later at Pari, where ho wa n- Mia Sander "Now, Paul, what Every man' Hfc is his own, prosittant L. & .V. agent. Mr. Feeny vided he is not henpecked or a hat been on the l'acitic coast for the is mineral wool?" Paul "Why, 'e-the shearing appointee. last ten year anil In that time hi ad- -' vancenient has ben rapid, and now he from a hydranlic ram." i wo"itn with a pretty leg can Isolds one of the biggest and most reFroth "You want to keep j'.ur d spir.H a mob quicker than n squad sponsible railroad job in the Call-- ! f f pcl.ee .f she walks away. foraia mtrpo!U, with a farce of! eye open around here more than one hundred perona working under .him in the big freight Bsssssssssssssssssnstsssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssss ollice of which he ia chief. This i the first visit that Mr. Feeny has wade to hi old home In fonr year, and he ia being given the "glad hand" by all of his old friend and former buines aociata. While here he and Mr. Feeny lire the guest of hi aister, Mr. Lizzie Feeny, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank II. Carr, on Woodland avenue. They expect to re I " v yum w main in Kentucky about a month,! and will visit relative at Hichmond, Stanford, I'ari and other point in Central Kentucky. Lexington Lend- -' . I k M Carlitle and Mi C May-vill- Lancaster d h4 Cas-tineo- (Nit) Hook-keepin- ij i r, - Call Scott & Ruble FOR FKESH I Fruits and Vegetables Fresh Fish and Meats of all kinds. Fancy and Staple GROCERIES. I Scott Phone 206. 6i Ruble Public Square. a former Iincas-te- r girl before hr marriaite, being ltaughman, exceedingly Mr. and Mr. Will Kmbry roturHCtl Mis Hemic fr. in I.ouitvilW Tuaxtay, where he popular here and connected with many prominent familiu of thi city He wen undr treutmeat. "ii- rry muck iwKfoved which it and county. ir gratifying tthl friend. The following announcement is of Mr. and Mrs. M II. Turner bad u much Interest to nwiny Lancaster reunion Monday at.Jhelr home on friattds: Mm. MncMurtry Hrewer Kuckeye piko, nil their children and alto annouacw tho marriage of her gniiiil children liuing present, daughter tfVral other friend. A delightful BttMbaUi Nobit a spent .ia in been Mia ThelHW Hamilton ha Mr. WUHaiii TUltt Ila chosen one of the attendant for the en Thursday, April the twentieth May Queen, far the annual May Day I.ttbanan, KoHtueky fetival, to be held o the College campus May 1st. at Hamilton Col Since it hat outgrown the bootleg lege, Lexington. stage ,we ought to aH it by another Mr. W. I. William wna guest of name. honor at a tlx o'clock dinner given There is one thing a woman can Thurduy by Mn. F. V. Fritbie. Mi Lean H right and Mr. Hen Hud. forgive In her husband, and that it to ton also entertained complimentary klM the etbor woman more than he don hrr. to Mrs. WlWami. Mrs. Feeny wa HT Did You Say Paint? -- You Nead It! Show your pride in your home by giving it a new dress of paint inside and out. WE CAN SUP1M,Y YOU WITH THE BEST OF PAINTS, OILS, STAINS, VARNISHES, WALL PAPER, ETC Ltt Us Htlp You Decide What You Need FIltST THOUGHT IN DItUGS STORM ES DRUG STORE The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky., Thursday, April 27, 1922 Hit iv 1 H Clean Up and Building feint Up Material 41 ! LUMBER vti'r- JT -- i Ht Join the Clean Up and AT LOWEST PEICES You car build to advantage this spring and summer. Prices of all kinds of lumber and materials are down, and we can make nrompt delivery. Keep in mind the fact that SEASONED Lumber gives satisfaction. Our is well seasoned and ready for immediate use. It will not shrink. Lumber Bring if your plans and get a free estimate of the cost of Lumber and ma. Paint Up Busy Throng ! Better come in today and consult us about your needs. IS time to clean up and puint up you may want to sell your home make it look attractive, by using our terials. Our Spring Stock has arrived. We have everything in Bastin Lumber Co CLEAN is a disinfectant. Good Tools H rushes, hammers, saws, brooms, hoes, rakes, shovels, wheelbarrows. Do not forget you need Paints, Oils, Stains, Varnishes, Brashes, Glass, Screen Doors, new window screens aad Windows UP di- and doors. i LIME It tends to prevent sease. Use it around all out buildings PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW mm and - in the cellar. Also see us for PORTLAND CEMENT. ROCK, SAND, COMMON AND This is headquarters for nnA BUM yi I T J I PRESSED BRICK. SCREEN DOORS AND WINDOWS and all fixtures you need for the Clean Up and COMB HUDSON & to this store your needs soaps, FARNAU cleaning compounds, buckets, mops, brooms. New Is the Time te Begta Yeai Clean Up Paint Up Campaign Paint Up Campaign. Phone No. 26. BETTER ORDER TODAY i Glean Up and Paint Up OF COURSE YOU ARE GOING TO We want you to see our windows for everything you will need. complete line of We carry a jjj Just What They Need - for the PAINTS, VARNISHES AND BRUSHES OF THE VERY BEST QUALITY Our Paints are guaranteed to give satisfaction. Come get our prices, and let us help you decide what you need. Glean Up Your Premises! and other articles you will need. Sec us today and be prepared to begin work at your home on the first day the weather will permit. We deal in everything for the big Clean Up and Paint Up season. Now is the time to lay in your supply of tools, paints, vurmsncs, stains Housecleaning Season Send them to our store (or scrubbing brushes, pails, steD Udders, brooms, mops. soaps, cleansers, curtains, draperies everything needed for the renovation of the home. Goodloe & Walker Bros. The Clean Seatea Up aad Paint Up Up to Ym b Opei-- It's The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, April 27 1922 a age g 4. By LOUISE M. AODELSON I I A' CHAIN OF STORES fr COAST TO COAST fi 000KiXKCMXMOOOC tf Mrt.ln N.l..xr flbll4lt. Whateier misgiving ntliiT people i limy married some time, .11 he wu iitnclally iliilil.nl ulil iiuilil. Hut Instead of giving way to despair. Moll. iMHiKht herself it second hoiie iluit. the nrm being filled tn inc. unii unimpaired cour Re she set iilxuit tln tusk of nillfiK the second hope chest. In spite of her liri'llu r Jut nicer, mid her hhiIIht'h (ensure. "It would be fur more sensible to sew rtrcssr fur your sister' liable. nll Mrn. Ilutilif. uteruiy "You mo llMl olll for SUCtl UlltlSiSe HI llOe would Hunter herself inner doubted that she liv hair IihiI mi flit subject, Moll WORLD MB COY ST9KE LANCASTER. KY. LIV TOCK It Ntarly Perfect For. At May It It Unsurpassed (or Feeding, ty lb f SEVERAL USES FOR ALFALFA thirty ortlw MM Special Sale! S. SANDERS 0mm Charts Ttrm tl'tftar! "A limriy llil' Mtflt of ITIlUo IihHIhiI UtMW nl- IT fnlfst liy It. A. Ihiklfy ami II. I.. lif till tllllllil ,SlBll- if Acriinlturp In 11 m-PuriniTa' lUtt Anculiurr I " Irrtmnf that la rlwt tuniKi-t'Mtxl ftut rhesl.' Mn) ilo In-Ki-- "Hint" . t AihI t married 111 turn- i. MMt girts, Imvumov I've had u ..i,,-- ( tl(n t prejMiro." No Waller I lut MM Mill twied iNitln.ll). tinlitM nI tltlMl n Hi)MMiH . with uiitartiifc faith in the hiMiaSnl that m to l,e her wHtic time. liri'llu r liriwlu. In parti.-Hlahad m IwlU-iK-with MnWy. MtMMii In- - I'm ,i,r uhii mm a kixkI iMlanil. mi Iht f.eblMinded IndlvklHcrt. burner stltilini,; i.i what In' iiMitiMHMUMly termed her "hupe TH. ' "I dml kinm." ! wa In ttie lm''it nf m)Iiii;. with deep slonm, "Imw Molly ever k'ol Into tbta fHmlly Slu-tullll) M. like tH' rtM of u ' "iMi't worry. answered Moll), llttlly "I will ;it married suajhe Mi'iirr than I kiiou i think t I will married mme ttii. To wblrh her brother grunted iinln' llevlngly. One I'liiilnc, Hi" ret nf tin' fnnilly inHinlliis the ihhHI. out. M"ily nit before ttu Irtimry tire, looking thotu'titfully lnt Ike innl. Mdl) was IokIiiT fulfil In the Hint was lit In' ht-- r titan. Tin ImI rang Stir ilchnl rmrll) and the iloor A gentleman stood there, wtth hi arm In n ulltis. "I ulili ! Itortnr Hunter." ashl he. Ill I'liUMIlt Voice. -"IIKm out." wilil Mnlly IMmte nil ilown. Mini whlli imrrr wnllliiK )oi run talk in iiik. I nm trry liuir(iinr " . "I'm Ihw." In- - miIiI. "I rlmll l.r clml whi'ii my arm la hrttrr nml I mn rrlurti to fwllfoniln" "Callfonilu!' firliilimil Molly, with lntirt-l- . Ihvh thi-rami I Jut nu-r111 - lu idly Kiimitittl Mlly w)Ih tftt. lint when I A one week onty Itv lilln. UtlllMtlmi nf Alfalfa, Jiil And nliin tin- - icihhI qHiilltlev nf llilw nrr iintiwnitftl It la cvldint t. I hut la fiuhi' rurli rri war-rtuitii- fur liaa a lilcli Xa a liny II la uuniriwcMil foillns; aa n tuintiiri It rarrjlns rniwrlly nml !!, rr Ki-- LCvi been low two or three tires' To stimulate early spring buyiny anil to acquaint you with World Tire Stores remarkable values, we are making this sensational reduction sale of 10 off our regular low chain store prices. Thu it the fifit time in the hutory of WorM 'lire Store that a price reduction hat ever been i mittrd. Hrcautc of our chain Core method of doin butincs. our reiniur chain (tore prices hvc always much lower than other tiret of coual quality Now for one week Huy for icaiont ahead' li 13.27 14.98 107 off oiit f Discount low Chain Store It tarsi- - cnltin; na n rulllnc la vtiliiRlili with prntr handling: It rli v . ... Fjbnci, cuarantred 6000 nulet, and the nushty Michigan Cordt, cuaranteed 8000 milct, VI 1 j'ou can cet the famout Dunbar at 10r off. 'ITiis it your opportunity! buttle Ciraung on Altaua. niiiUim uriHiml You wve lug money and reduce your mileage coin. Im-tu- Dunbar Fabrics 30x3 30x3 31x4 32x4 32x3V rt Guaranteed 6000 Miles K(lar In Ckala lOatffar Mm Marr lrtc nrt $ 8.95 9.87 12.85 14.75 16.64 17.22 18.13 Michigan Cords SPECIAL! Monarch Cords 10,000 Miles Guaranteed Guaranteed 8000 Kurt MsSea RrfrnJir Law Ckala Mora lrtc $ 7.95 8.8S 32x3 32x4 33x4 34x4 11.56 15.50 16.32 30x3V Prtem Hatm iHtii-ly- hue Tlif Mraiik'rr Ixnituit. At lh i'inl nf an hour, wlu-- Hit ilortor liitrrruitiil, lir waa still hnliliiii; forth uhuut tlit clnrli- - of 1iU nuttii ulnlf Molly t Itf Tir r I 33x4 34x4 $1222 HeiUr Price $14AS 33x4'2 34x4 35x5 $21.38 26.13 27.23 27.75 32.04 32.37 39.84 m tnk $19.24 IOI oft far nml utii'ft nt mIul-o-; l liitn it I a kimmI mid Mnlly hiiiidliil fiitl. In iiilillllini to lhiif cimkI iiialltliM It la of fruit vnlm aa ii rA ImtirnviT. Atlfinpln Ihivu hivu mii'lf to lntriMiin It ii h a ImiiHtii fiMNl nml ii n imiili liie. Imt ll M till lltlllT KlIll'll'K II UIIIHlt t'llllM-t- f a fiil mid It Imit no e'iliil iiuilldiial I'M im-u- 232 24.51 iriiTtlo. 24.97 28.84 29.13 35.86 i If you cannot come In telephone or write and we will reserve Come Tomorrow While Stocks and Sizes Last! tiro. Mail orders filled. new uniHalnlimee wtth reeret, U'liiit n wnuilrrful tnuul ulir tuilil . lilirr-lfwith lilnlnc e)e. "1 I roiihl Jimt line him .MolAt illniii r the followlns ly wa III at Ixi'iiune her brother tHriil Mt her In tuvli a iuxzleil timti Iht Alliums:)! to imt ilrtnlliil fnimch miIpJitI itiaki' lutinrliiua mm htiytiiiiklin: on thnniKh tu n I fulfil nun I iiHiimfmluri'. nml h ruimlilfnitlou if fukf mid fnd nlfnlfn priHlurta, la trmliil hi fully na tu plve tin rrmlir :i thoriiiiiih umliTbtiinilliii: nf the of thin uri'nt emp. Ilione i Ih nre Incllinil tn In tixi oritlitixliitttlr-ivi- t mv will find renwui In nf many cniw. tin' iiillii-tetn tnndlfy their era mid for nil tin for nlfJlfu l imt u paimri-trouMi-of tin- - fann nnd feeillot. la ptvi-to the nMl nf dairy ratllp, f rnttle. hoca. ahrep. liiirn'K mid (Hitiltry, nnd tn the crii In i vurloua forma, Incl tidlne hny, pnsturt'. atrnw, nolllinr feiil, ten nml I ullnct". fxiK-rti-ncfii-dor- a vli-ws lu-e- '- c nf Central Record $1.50 Year WHICH DAILY PAPER? Question Thnt Is Quickly ami Hentlily Answered. "I nm ro!iHlenWy miriirlwil,' he tnlil Molly. "kihI of roiirne cnitlrliil, that you've met Mr. i'IhiiiiiIiii: ami Hint that he mumx mi takrn with nu " U'hnl are ou tJIUIiic Mtntit V ukeil HuliinNketi Mo4ly. "Who la Mr. OiMiinlticr ('hiiniilnef Mr. CImiiiiiIiisT "Mr Her lirollier nlni"t rhokiil, "Mr ( Iwiinliik." he tliwlly jiiihoiiik-iiIthe ceutliiivnii )ihi were tnlVlne to lnt , lili-'li- trr. A etrNlnc. lie t n mlllliimlre lMilni'fi he l mull of I'ullfontla. IjiI Intereateil in )im. ami whin I lil he Kiw hi in mkmIii tbi iHortilni: he lliimclil J mi the rltiift yoiuii: woiniin Wnntu to murry jmi lioM eter went ymi'reut thine I ever hinril lH-to"I Hunter, frnnkly never thoiisht yiniM- - I mean. he' a nitrh! 'I lml a him now, I Imasliie .i the M rm.L-A In Molly-Itmiii whlrliil. t hla tlri'iim Klie heiirtl her brother cuet: wiw him lime the room; felt ter Iwinl seiilly "I'm Hftiilil. little Clrl, Hint l"ve Irltlili'inil j oh. I ktinw my iiii'IIumIm nre rnnle. even for a (nllfivrnlnn. Itnt I kiMiw nl", nlmr lHt nU'lit. tl.Hl voii nre the woman for ne. Will you murry 1111 mi'l so home with me next wiek' I'm iifrnlil wmiel'Oily will Mini ' "'i from me If I liuve ihi here What ! The CourierJournal I.arKest Morning Circulation of Any Kentucky Newspaper hi r of iiniHieil ui " Kn-v- rlaiil. prestige and reputation. It is essentially a newspaper, intent upon Hiving news matter first consideration. Maintains its own news bureaus at Washington and Frankfort. Member of the Associated Press. With important legislation coming before Congress and Kentucky General Assembly in,. 1922, The Courier-Journis the daily newspaper you will Knjoya a nation-wiil- e al need. lly special arrangements we are now able to offer jnu wy, little niiel" Molly foniil hefelf to Innk l', Hll'l n.el ii twlr .it ailotm; e)i ii. "I'm I'm ufnilil. ' he murm'inil. She wim in leiil ftfmlil Hit In' u n ilroMinlnc Sir. I'lmiuilnc. hiovever. niUliitertiret el. "Afrulil of im" He took Iht In n vveuk'a U arm. "Vmi will time In whl It lo k'ot aiiiiHliiliil with i"' he wilil. ""ml )'' Mirry." Am lentH irovisl, kin wiimi'I, Hut linn, kite hail hImi)m known It wnulil I e like Hint koine time. THE DAILY COURIER.JOURNAL AND THE f tiT Quaker Persuasion. When Judne William Cooper, the founder of CiMiperntouu mi Otmurn lule, Ne' York, decided to move Into the litiriii from llurlliiKtou, N J Ids wife, mi) the uutlior of "l.eeemla .of a Nutlliirn County- dirt not take Mi.dly to the plan, Hiully, when the moment mine for tlniii lo depart, and the rurrlnce nnd the wncims wre lomlnl nml nt the door, uit down In her falher'a library nnd refuted lii limlse. The Juilse wu a Quaker, and not A dlriMisltloiii but hr man of waa both tall nnd strons:. Without worrta he pUkil up his wife, chair nnd idl. set her mi one of lb wutiouv nnd Mi.mil on hit May. CENTRAL RECORD Both One Year by Mail, For Only $6.00 This olTer applies to renewals as well but only to people living In n new subscriptions, Kentucky, Tennessee or Indiana. New subscriptions may, If desired, start nt n later date, and renewals will date from expiration of present ones. If you prefer an evening newspaper, you may substitute The Louisville lr.'ip'r Times fof The Courier-Journa- l. Send or bring your orders to the office of nuili-ntloi- CENTRAL RECORD in 00111 reiu-- i be Rent i, w,,cn w ulell thl' hafti ot he opposition. friv of iliarce. (l)anville Advocate) ' Such a man can win in a walk, but he . There is a general belief that the"wottld not walk, bo the going ever so, uccn Tn a ""Hni iu Democratic party will have a walk, easy, for he would be up and doing over in the next general election am and encouraging all to follow his plan Uvt stoek P"""1"" Reom- fair thnt the party can win wit., just any able lead. Look our ..... State over, mended by the Department If vmi Mn tf vna nlenie. nml kind of a stutTcddummy ticket. It of Agriculture. find Juit the character of man a pic U true thnt Kentucky is n Democratic tured above. We have one in view; Innd State Justly wo, but we must never farms of for we believe the best that Is to be had, ' , again take for granted that it will go a plan or pnuiuruou una !that way; we must be up and doing but we don't know that he would, heen riHiiiumend'ed by the United make the race, but ho surely mens-iiepnrtment of Agriculture nnd on the firing line twenty-si- x ewe to so to ures up to the high standard that nl which Include Nl ewe (one breeding , 'hours out of every twenty.four nominee should and hi name is Al- - two aire) along with '1 ' immk. W. rannnt nlfiiril to take the rl.... inw mid ' brood now. Arable laud any kind of a risk of putting ttinr,.iin(ntil'i. nf itin Oibralter of the hint . ela. when umiI eiclimlve- ticket in the field, because the Itc- - i, can be miule to aupiHirt ly for Miei-p. i ....iiivv-- iie .l rir.-- .,, ,Mr publicans have fallen down. We tongres. He succeeded the late,' jjimim until,( mnrketiil) kt ncre. On must nearch the State and get the M. James as ,Mlltures cultable for eltlfiT cattle or heU man possible to make the race lamented Senator Ollie Congresman from the First Kentucky' heep live ewe may be considered the for (loevrnor nnd the same and row or process must be carried out In District nnd It wa indeed a hard equivalent of one required Meer. one for place to fill, for It had been tilled in tin winter feed M'lecting the remainder of the tick- ' not In milk would be breeding get a man who is big such an admirable manner, yet Mr. et. Ilarkley has grown daily since he 'imvnls..t to that neeilnl for about fX enough for the job, one that will ' has been in Congress; in fact, he is ,'',!,', . A' ll me jjreneci creuu upon .L. oiaie, one one of the most forceful men on th tk'h.k hn VII I 111 Ihn .illriiip.. In ,0',n ml"ri,- N'.'ne has a GOOD FEEDS FOR FATTENING the most affirmative manner to the a'"M "ov- pardon broker, or f"P to the .innvr.i. kiiTCii nt .inn nu une run leu Cane and Deet Molasses Tested at in to the people any better or more Iowa Experiment Station In Covernor who will be (Jovemor one forceful and logical than he. He Feeding Steers. Its f rstl i I ttf tisir. flint nnnnrtl rt u without n doubt the llioet able 1.1. M..U .u.i ...iii i.-- .i -- .i ...... iu.i V Vlt campaigner in ientucKy to.iay one, . Cune - and beetI,- ,-umliiske are good . . lIIV irilli Wltt a.. tl... follow- - with the utmost confidence, ' U whether It I" ' 0.r" cHaraciur ".0 knowing that he is leading in the " hU H"" ',. Wn and ulurt; U i.nomln.l to feed It In o.K.tltlon r.ghi direction. One that will get .f "',,-"- '" record! ,lvrlIm.ol w.,, tw,H,.(.,ir,oll, the SUto out of this burdensome tax " xoi,C1' ' " C,a" One that will run the State's1 '! "xt,,r",'',r'i st.er. -- bowiil a loaa on every ration T,u A,,v- -t tried, but lb. re whh a smaller I"' - u machinery with an unerring hand and ife presenting such a sterling gentle-- 1 when enne and beet iiio1hm- - wete iu. ..u... i.. ...i ..in omltteil from the ration In one mm t ,lhf ,v,w "f )ho', "Lhu throttle. The Democratic party has '"un 'I'itIh u year ago last "u-- 0Ml Interest of the State at feeiling . ii... l.u-e.r-. i ,ii(l. ..f v...- -, whiter brought this bit of udvlce: "tin i heart, as the most fa wont to say. iu the matter of the are Mowly either cane or tUc'ls' kind of men It ha been running and nt If the price II. hlglnir " this must slop, or else we will again , , T for H.und." If u ,V,, iUmi ioiii. h.ii ot'ul n,n,'l f.eihr want, to use a jmund or mi a ride for a fall. We must nominate''"" """ nd,h4'r Cttn ,he "l'l,""cn- day per Hit for an up.etlxer he can a man and a ticket with him that will, ",,lfe r"r " ,""r,l "' appeal to the people and If thi is I J j done the battle will be won on the Watch the Ewes Closely, Church. Tnt QUirttrat day the ticket U nominated. The Prennnt owe should be closelj An Instance of momenlMry mkivss In pow- - the ii'lliKtlou ha heeii nole.1 when watched and ineun devUert that end head of the ticket should have er to be able to take the stump and the luluUter published the following member of the llock receive proiwi meet all comers; he 'should know ollluiiy In the congrcsutloiial calen- - CHIV. ' '" """''J Nntionnl as well as State politic; he' Making Money With Hofli. " I""" of "? ""f" .hould know the shortcomings of the; to Ily iiinklng small field and keeping f randy; Ini buy of .i ., National Adm n stmt on as well a each cropped, lions may be ralwd with mi( M o cklt , ,, t0 it minimum of expense. the bUte Administration and be able nu,Ut, k)OW. ,.w BVvn oU to point them out to the people irom huy u box of undetectable rouge; but Excellent 'Hog Pasture. . the stump In such a clear and con most ieiile think I m Vmie luiiney" Dwarf Ksex rnpe make excellent vinclng manner thnt he who runs when I liiine lo church." Tbe Chrispasture for hog. A deep, rl1i soil U tian l!twttrr may read, Thi man must hav ultable. Clear The Decks For Victory record behind him that will enlist the fighting support of nil Democrat; inMtl. TIiom" nantt th"" can siunu oui mat .hi l? n" n'lrrhT.. :?Zv who lire Intereated slinuld ... ,.. onur rinui rniru ' j I I , e e iive-tioc- jui ' jut i ' pains-'tnMn- g I ' ' ' I 'sWf-seeke- Bw ' fr, o.. 'roa' V' MUi-H- on. mc. )' w( ,, uK.-,.v- . .. hv' ' lel. ur 1 ,,"'''", ,.t ,hU I dr: one-hal- 4'; '" The Central Record. Lancaster Ky.,Thursday. April 27 1922 Endeavor Notes Christian MT. HEBRON 41 I n r o much damag' On account of heiag done our sheep by dogs, we Church News week-enas farmers and sheep owners not f R. F.' Kelly pd Mr. and Mrs. Robert Layton were all nuoorablf. upright gentlemf The Sunday School attendance last week-envisitors of Mr. and Mrs. and good neighbor fox hunters t Sunday was 135 just three more S. C FOR SAl.K: Pure brl keep their dogs etT ef our premises than a week ago, but remember, 200 Atex Layton. White Leghorn Kggs, 5 cents each. We alw Many from thl splare attended the ry eorsllally request is our goal. We hope to greet sevItaly Chicks, 12'icts. each. hunter thetsielvet to stay olf fur t e eral new scholars next Sunday. Faster play given by the children of Mrs. Richard Andersan, the Iluckeye church. Kirpe of huntlag Another mntter for congratulation Stanfonl. Ky., R. 4 F. T. Rlgsbjr. y.rti. i MmKi i in.,- iMvn iwrtilf. not one teacher missing last Sunday. Misses Kate, Alice and Marjorle Ir, hW Hi,- - xr.wt man. "are IHIiij R. C. Amsarswi, Splendid. Keep It up. Wearren were guests of Miss Angle Somebody lived so fine anil true Cherry FOR SAl.K: Halt Cteck, In tlllii' hih! In Owl's tliue and he sure J. C. Rigkjr. The Cadillac leaped ahead 85 Clay Arnold Sundny. Thut heavenly light just filtered thru; uf tlita. ywunt; titan, no won tii. tmvt casing, medal works, over one hur D. M. AssdersM, miles In the auto race, and it will Miss Maude Carpenter was the Somebody lived so long nnd well txvti terw4i' Onm wltH iohwi he so dred years old at W. II. Rland's, U K. PerMn. soon be necessary to build an ex-- J guest of Mis Sallie Gay from Satur That friendship Dim flowered in every J. P. Rlaml Uncaster, Ky. DaeM Steve., tension to their floor space to ac day until Sunday afternoon. dell. S. Morgan, commodate the increasing number of Geod "Crjln" Result. Mr. nnd Mrs. Calvin Rogers and R. R. Anders, . scholars. Arllfliiul "KmlHto-.'- " I am standing a gowd Jersey Hull of uimm! ha Miss Francis I'ollard were visitors of Somebody took the brush of life S. C. Rlgiby, Several new faces were noted In Mr. and Mrs. miles from And touched her grief with silver Iwn pntrilre.1 riir a Ions time anil (subject to rglter Sam Kelly Sunday. some of the r. - ills ,4ttums hjr the Lancaster en New Danxille pike at J. F. Ttwmpssf. the congregation Sunday morning. light; modertt ineileHi MIm Angie Clay Arnold nnd Mr, f prlHtins from n The good shepherd glveth his fe We extend cordial greetings to new 2.S0 cash. Also good Duroc Rear Somebody loved her church to utrong ninnter Ml i.f mI r rriimrW. fer his theen." St, John residents in our city or to visitors Will Ray Arnold spent the day Sat That the path to her door wa never ahly renlNHr, ril ll.e at 11.00. ,nierlrnn The price of a dog U an abamma from other communities and church urday with MUes Marjorie and Kate J. C. Cox too long, Through this menus JlnCMtlne. Hon unto the Lord thy God." Deues. We believe we enn truthfully Wearren. It l Msltte tt. Imwtt a . ImitaSomebody lived for eighty-on- e years tion of Miss Sadie Raleton, Mis Jane n use the motto which occupies a con- to teronomy am GRAZING: miiri!i to itlaln. colorless graze a limited Inumber prepared dur (l-2- 0 3t..pdlXX and Mr. nnd Mrs. John Kdd And won a faith that conquered winmIs nn. I i . ..imI of cows , npicuous place in D. L. Moody's tab fears; ing the season. Good grass and wa ernacle In Chicago '.'Welcome to layton took supper with Miss ElizaTh Llaht That Didn't Fall. That somebody meet with us today this house of God are strangers and beth Walker Friday night. ter. Price $4.00 per month. From out of Maovllle v:iwn th.. J. It Woods, the poor." If you are Ilaptist by Phone 71. Misses Kate, Alice and Marjorle And she help us climb the upward FOK SALE of a !li:ht thut ilhin't fail. Tlu way. Richmond Street. conviction we earnestly Invite you to Wearren, Miss Sallie Gay, Mis Maud S.ngie ( omb Rrown Leghorn Tribune resirts ihHt when u large ( After the singing of thi beautiful negro was tf make this your church home on con- Carpenter, Mr. Jim Heazley, Ophelia Kggs. 16 1uT 75cts, I00 fur km Imf.e a Girl wanted: To do cooking and fession of faith, by letter or by re- Jones nnd John C. llroadus with the erlai of rnrrjlng were song to the tune of "Somebody DM $1.00 n I ancaster 10 for Good home for right lation. The first Sunday of the guests of Miss Edith Ray Sunday a Golden Deed, ' Dr. Fuqua led in u eoiireHi.Ki iilut $1 00. 100 far $5.00 .f. house work. prepaid prayer of thanksgiving and praise soil, he off sii.tfree Hhosi he er- - party. Hoard and washing furnish month Is our regular reception Sun- afternoon. with n tue third June plnliieil HhiI lie merely e orr It to llsht til. Write N. II. Young, Paint Lick, for a life so nobly lived and u faith day" for new members, but you may One good tiiree year old mule Mr. and Mrs. Steve McCreary, so strong nnd In !V tuties fit Ky. or Dr. J. A. Goadrich. Leung true. The decorations his nmtrhos come at any time. One three year old Jersey cow Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hurt and Mr. for the occasion were all sent in by Millie Mlwovirl NiMes. Knts City ton. Ky.. McClellami Building. The Kev. I. W. Manley, pastor of and Mrs. Karl Preston were guttata and calf, a one. One i uuei.. the Mt. Hebron church, will preach of Mr? and .Mr. Marshal Preston friends in appreciation of the many Canopy oil brooder, flowers and kindnesses that have been next Sunday morning anil evening, Sunday. An enjoyable day was Farmsr aa TleHtlnq Man." I want tome young steers that Disk Harrows, $33.50; Smoothing and we bespeak for him a large and spent and n Easter hunt was given Mrewn in the pathway of those she The man who wi.ull aiirreeil nt Harrow. $13.30; Buggies. $90.00; will weigh between 500 and 700 loves and those who need her funning mul he r tlgbrvr from nlurt Ruggy appreciative audience. The pastor nthe afternoon. Unmet, $14.00: Hames and poun,'' to finish, lie must light bugs, and will be in Heren by invitation to adErie C. Firra. Boi 173 Laneisler, Ky worms, und eatert'lllnrs ..ml rtle. He Collars at cost. One horse corn drill, dress a class of young people at the Corn Drill. $2' Son, i' people are expert JUDSON of get IlltlM light loss of llMe. tl 'pre. l.ltln of $10.50; Deer College, Sunday morning. ting into trouble and keeping out of soil, lire. Hood, ilrouit mul thleea Screen doors, $1.75, and window Announcement will be made nuxt Miss Maggie Grimes spent Satur jail. that prey on grain, fruli utnl veg. screens, GO cents. week concerning a course in Klble day night with Mrs. II. M. Une. lahles. He mutt llsht greed uUil graft. J. R. Mount & Co. atudy that will be conducted WednesWUktilne4s In h tltoiisund fonns; und Eggs & Baby Chicks Mr. and Mrs. W. M. lllack were llhe llenest hNttlett lie ever Hugos ur day evenings, during the month of guests Sunday of Mrs. N'anme Ray jlhuse ngalli'l ef psrw loiinml. May. We hope for a large enrollFROM OUR S. C. DARK Mrs. Claud Hulton and children I have a number one coming two ment. The Women's Monday night Mountain of Sulpiiur. RROWN LEGHORNS. were guoU Monday of Mr Xani. e year old Jack I wish to sell worth the prayer meeting hat been resumed at Ity looking on ri luup "i the South Orea'etr winter layers and Ruy. 10-Phone Paint Uck Ex the church, with Mb Williams as seas, one mu tlnd the New IMirhles, money. money makert. Kggt, $1.25 S. C. Henderson, change. I uhout Mr. and Mrs. Luther Smith spent H leader. miles esisl if llleenlund. per 15 nnJ up. Chickt lOctt. Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Dave Australia, Mini MMltheast of the .Solo Paint Lick, Kj Mis Jane Williams, our delegate nnd up mons. At tie- - stortli end of the group to the State Convention of the R. Cummins. In nn t 'i!i, mlleil Vsiiim Lava. This .ie then, a trial ,f not Y. P. U. will give her report next Mr. nnd Mrs. Charlie Poynter were u oik one, ...- - How To Control n satttfle' we will return your ihiaii'i Sunday evening. Do not fall to guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. V. t li'.h Mlet ..nerllis Mil uroH of H money M. Uakor. come and hear it. In Tobacco square miles. Hut the reiunrkiiMe Rockdale Poultry Farm llllHL' 111... lit 11 I It.a. I, U n.,iitl...rf.Ml ' Mrs. Sim Ray and Klg n Ray were This i. lease ; caused by the bac HAMILTON VALLEY I'i.i,e I I wholly tlllllK like It is of Milhur. Bueoa Vista. Ky. guests Saturday night of Mr. and Hnatt' terium, Bacterium Ukacum und first be fo'l'i'l mih nhere In the uorlcL tu Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Hulette und Mr. J. W. Dailey. appears in the seed beds. If ttior- i O'ighly controlled in the seed beds by Mrs. C. U. Xaylor entertained a children wore visitors of Mr. and Mrs. few friend Sunday in honor of her John Klnnaird Sunday. 'Ute of COPPER LIME DUST the damage of infection in the Held after Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Creech visited sister, Vergelia Ray' birthday, I transplanting is reduced to a mini EXCURSION Mr. and Mrs. Andy Mctlock at Hack-le- y Mr. nnd Mr. Robert Simpson mum, although it may, under proper Saturday and Sunday. spent Saturday night and Sunday weather conditions, attack the plant CINCINNATI, Mr. and Mr. Homer Hyland and with Mr. and Mr, Hugh Simpson. either through the leaf, stem or bios. Mr. Turner, of Madison, was a and return two nous, William and Leonard, visilorn in any stage of its growth. via ted Mr. and Mrs. Henry Anderson, Visiter of lit sister, Mrs. Raymond The disease, like the late blight of llurchell and Mr. Ilurchell recently. of White Lick Sunday. L. & N. the potato, develops most rapidly In $2.85 $2.85 Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sebastian and Mrs. Minnie Wilson, who hat been EFFECTIVE APRIL 30th. lamp, cool weather and like potato Further reduction for children. very sick at the home of Mr. and charming ton, were guests Sunday blight, may spread through a planMrs. Marlon Wells Is tome better at of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond llurchell. Train No. 27 for Stanfoid will leave 8:50 P. M. May 7th., 1922 tation with the most marvelous rapid-Ity- . this writing. " Mr. und Mrs. L. L. Matthew, Mr. instead of 2:50. Special train will leave LanThere was a large frost here the and Mrs W. M. Simpson spent SunIn vle of the many advantages caster 5t39 A. M Train No. 28 for Richmond will leave at 10:52 night of the 22nd. of April, but we day with Mrs. I'atsy Simpson and Mr, of dusting, we recommend COPPER will leave Fourth St. instead of 12:0. Station, hardly think fruit Is hurt but it sure and Mrs. Hubert Simpson. LIME DUST, which scientific Investl-gatlo- n Cincinnati at 6:30 P. M. Cen-trTrain No. 70 for Richmond will leave 11:25 A. killed the beans. Mr. and Mr. Kdd Moberley, Mr. has proven effective and we Standard Time, (7:30 P. M. inntead of 122G P. M. Mr. W. M. Marshbanks, Mr. C. S. und Mr. Diltard Simpson, Mr.Samle have stocked this Item, hoping to m. uiiy lime.) furtherlnformation, apply to local ticket Ray and W. M. Uluck were guests For Hoop and ilr. and Mrs. Marion Wells our farmer friends in their For fllthm- - infrtrmatlnn wwn- ".. aucnt L & N. K. H. were visitors of the I. O. 0. F, Or- Sunday afternoon of Mr, and Mr. troubles. suit Local Ticket Agent. Leslie Hill. Sunday phan Home in Lexington (It.) McRobrtt Druj Store. r- - Endearor Exchange Mr. J. I. Crawford will conduct The Christian Kmleavor of the jirayer services Thursday evening. Christian church will have an ex Mr. Montgomery sold a bunch o chance Saturday, April 23th. nt Ha hogs to Mr. Henry Ruble at Oct, per eldcn's Store. Come and get wmc pound, May delivery. good things fer your Sunday dinner, Mr. Hunter Casthmnn, of Davr Convention for the Oth. District, county, Is visiting friends here and Kentucky Christian Kmleavor Union preached nt this place Sunday eve meeU In Ijwrattor October 14th., ning. and Kith. Mrs. Isaac Montgomery spent a There will be delegate from the part of last week with her parents following counties; Mercer Jcssa Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Jennings nt N'icho Kockcastle, mine, lloyle, Madison, Insville. Casey, Lincoln, Putatki, McCreary, Messrs. Dlllanl Brumflelt! was call and Whitney, all of which are in the ed to Xlcholasvflle Saturday by the Ninth District. We wish to urge upon all Kndcav- - Illness of his mother, Mrs. Wm llrumfield. oin to attend the State Convention Messrs. Dlllanl llrumfield nnd Har In Lexington May 12, 13 and 14th. This promises without exception to nson Dean, MUdred and Joe Dean he the greatest C. K. convention ever were In Jessamine Sunday to see Mr, held South of the Mason Dixon line. Harvey Dean, who is suffering from rheumatism. Christian Church Notes The play, "Valley Farm" which was given at the school auditorium The fecond Quarterly Conference here two weeks ago will be given at of the Christian churches of Garrard county will be held next Saturday the school auditorium in Lancaster afternoon, April 2Dth., at the Lancas- Saturday evening nt 8 o'clock. Kv ter church. The meeting will begin eryhoily invited to attend. The school at this place closed Fri at 2 and close at 4 o'clock. The county officers and representatives day, Irof. Ilrown returned to his from the different congregations will home near Tnylortvllle Friday. 1'rof, meet. Some new plans for the sum- Harrod left for Richmond, where he mer arc being made and a closer entered Normal and the Misses Holtz-clareturned to their home at Gil cooperation among the different congregations will help In consumat berts Creek. Ing those plans. It is hoped that McCREARY n good representation from every (Delayed) church will be present. In addi tion to county officers, ministers and Misses Lucille nnd Irene Grow were representatives from the churches Neat K. McGowan, the State Sunday in Lexington Thursday. School Kvangcllst, will be present to Miss Anna was a visitor of counsel and help In any way possible, Miss Irene Orow Friday night. The workers of the county who Miss Irene Kelly was the waj the have not done so will want to meet week-envisitor of Miss Edith Ray Mr. McGowan and tho.se who have Mr. nnd Mrs. Hue Simpson spent met him will be glad to see him Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Mack Gay again. These conferences prove very Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Turner were interesting and are fraught with large possibilities. Remember the visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Forest Moss time ami place and be present If nt Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Mack Gay were visi all possible. tor of Mr. nnd Mrs. Tom Dailey the w d Classified Column Meal for tale. per cent prottln Cotton SrJ Hudson & Farnau. vacant lot, 100 I. P. Thompson SB! I Make the appearance of your home call for this comment: You can win this praise by enhancing the pearance of your home and outbuildings; FOR SAI.K--O- ne by 00 foot. RATCSi Sliigle insertions lc a word No ad Ukcn for lest than 20c In this column. No nils In this Stock Dealers We are in the market to buy Phone sell rattle, hogs, or sheep. Carrier and Ilrown M. ( ir column charged. Seven Insertions for the price of five. Phone orders mutt be paid tit lw J Notice having claims agamt the estate ef J. IL Fecy, decease I, present them to the unde rsigne ! profieriy proven, or to my attorn, , Forest Calic.', L. L Walker. Kxecufur All persons CM-7t..pd- llurpee Seedt that Grow nt A. II. Ratlin St C Corn and Srrd Oa Hudson & Farna "HE IS AN ENTERPRISING MAN" ap- Teitrd Seed for tali. 20 Cents Per Gallon Good Asphalt Roofing Paint, ait Motor Oil in medium and heavy, at 30 to JJcls. per gallon. Thete oils and paint are worth tkrre times the pnee. Come look them over. L. G. Davis, Paint Lick. Ky (4.18-41..PJU Birthday Celebration i ne Baptist d celebration D,,. si... " .. -. f ...r .,u,.,n,, ... t a til . I HuJton F.rnau is or unusual interest to trie rids nnu relatives in Uncnster. Mrs. Dobyns Salesman Wnnlcil. Paint and was born m Garrard county and has Varnish Salesman in your territory l many dear friends here who wish to sell to property owners factories for her many more pleasant nnd and Dealers. Salary and f happy birthdays. gros profits to man who can qualify, Messenger has the The Danville Hlg Four Paint & Varnish Co., following concerning the event: (tl.1-.1t.- ) Cleveland. Ohio, year the Missionary Society of the Methodist church celebrated Superstition of th Sa the eightieth birthday of an honored One of th MiTMltlim of the sea member, Mrs. Mary Dobyns, nnd this Is Hint a lead of onions Is considered year Mrs. Doybns entertained the tiniuckr. Missionary Society together with a Dally Though number of her relatives and her He not nrrit In deeds, nor eon. neighbors from Itrnadway. A'fter fusnl la v.M-tnor rumbling lu V i'. ms Aurellus. the missionary program was disposed thought of the members with the invited guests were, asked into the ladies' Ptct v.rthy cl Honor. 1 parlors that had been exquisitely Hit t Lin I Hilrilc rlgtitly. decorated with tulips, narcissus nnd me ii.res for tiiumphnnt !. u ili-f Iris, and a large birthday cake graced captain ' lh triumph. the center of the table with eighty- - leartilmt two candles, eighty-on- e for the num- - SIUHl ner or years anil one to grow on. ir.out Horror, Resides this cake, which was made Notlils1? i is 4i!!nJtti!y and un, - mttri ery miirh, n by a kinswoman, Mr. mfntHtiaMt l It fr ; its i. into m.c Joe Robinson, there were cakes nnd rfw-.'- . horrors are lemonade which Mrs. I.aura Rue and Ine ii will, i t'lreljr respwtnlile Miss Lizzie Shears had mnde to cele those und nwer.-t- : t.. : Me and normal brate the day. Mrs. Marr mot men.- - Ihsti,i nnt enderly sang lines written by Rev. P. atrother for .Mrs. Dobyn's eigh wn nniwerea. A jwmte must onee Mild In WVtwIrll tieth birthday, changing just the -If I hwl Ihr.l in ) our .In j riIIHword eighty for eithty-onns - -recent a ' one-hal- .... fttrtmiay ... I T,,,J FOR SAl.K: 20 bushels of cultl V. R. Griggs, vated Hemp Seetl. Lancaster. R. 3 uounir Honne County While. John Wfillr, Kridt Tallow rr. Ancoans Kggt for sale at $1.50 pe setting. J. II. Hilton, Uncaster, Ky (4.27.8t.M Office rooms for rent 1oor. on second Citizens National Rank For Sale Privately I otfer fer sile at m bargain nt; store room and stoek of good, This meat market m connection. Is a good stand with a new stock of furnished. (.'JT-'.'t.- Rooms for rent, furnished or un Miss Fannie HlsHop ) goods, bought 18X2 Mnce January - 1st , WANTHD: An International Gao line Power Hay llaler. Write, phon (tf) or rail at this office. on For further information is a. ii- r.sict, Lancaster, K p.il Pure bred Rhode Island Red F.ggs from my prize pen at $1.00 per set ting. Plwne 220. Julian KIHtt (4.27-2- For Sale Privately My aers Poor iii Alma FOR SAl.K: While Plymouth Rock all in uggs, IS fer S1.00. pofrte-ioiiMrs. Roy Farther, write (4.C-71- .) P.. No. 3, Ruckeye pike, FOR SAl.K: Harred Plymouth Rock Kggs SOcts. for 16, for telling Mrs. R, T. Luntfertl, Nina, Ky d ( Uacaster, R. Ne. 1 SKKD CORN FOR SAl.K ( farm containing about 474 more or less, located on tic Ridge ptke and known as the Sn4er. farm. The farm s grass and ran give immediate . THtne interested can me eoncvraittjc prke, etc Mrs. Leslie Harbor, Danville, K r t' 1 Special Request To Fox Hunters a bushel, lest lUU-.- u el. Ha 173, R .F.I). to bum rrUncaster, 1, It te - e, t- 1 X-I- I. Vr-ent- ry Har-berso- 111-1- tr Judge-eharge- hidf-hrle- k st ii gd 1 Jack For Sale i I J f.-e- I "Wildfire" I V J FIRST Louisville & Nashville R.R OHIO CHANGE IN TIME Sunday, al ltt