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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): May 4, 1922 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1922 cen1922050401_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): May 4, 1922 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1922 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE CENTRAL RECORD. THMTYITHIRD VIA LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON. MAY 4, 1922. BRUTAL MURDER OF LURA PARSONS MAY YET BE AVENGED , NUMBER 4. GOOD MEETING CLOSING LANCASTER BOYS Lend Itaid SECOND CHECK He Hand- In a raid led by Messrs .Joe Director Wm. H. Shanks notified naugh and William Kinnaird, both of the Record Meeting of April 28th., following this morning that thc CUt. a. Twtntr Graduates Agents of Warrant Out for Arrest of Jerry Heed, Colored, Charses The this city and Prohibition Garrard county growers of the Hurcommunications presented: F.ast St. unusual activity, assisted by Polk ley Tobacco AssociNejrro With Her Murder Loul Chamber of Commerce offrri graduating One of the , largest Crutchfield, of Danville, captured a requesting Con- classes the Lancaster High School ation will receive their checks, as the copy of a petition forty-gallo- n still, a copper worm, second payment on their tobacco on REED IN PENITENTIARY gress to regulate n tariff on natural has ever known, will hold Its Com seven hundred gallons of mash and May 20th., this decision Having synthetic camphor. Thli l now mencement exercises at the school been and gallon of moonshine anil arrested reached one at a meeting of the director The brutal murder of I.ura Par the ledger show.s purchases here of a Japanese monopoly; anil Kast St. auditorium, Thursday evening, May William Wlngate, William Price, W. of the association in Lexington Louis It prepared to upend $3,000,-00- 0 IKth. The class for 1022 has 20 sons may yet be avenged, If reports union underwear as well as two piece C. Brewer and Alex Camden, near ample supply of member!, four young men and six- from Harlan county are verified. underwear which some contend were to furnish an Parksville, In Boyle county last Sun folThe checks will be handled through thc only kind worn by prisoners. thli product from it vntt turpen- teen young ladies. The 1022 ses The Harlan Enterprise has the lowing to say toncerning recent eviAccording to Dr. Vermillion he day afternoon. The four men were the county chairman, Judge I.. I resources. tine sion closes one of the best year In charged with conspiracy to operate Walker and will'be handed direct to Notice that the Southern Commer- the history of the school, due to the dence which hns just been unearthed: and Hramley tried at Dillon to get n moonshine still. the grower, which must have hi post-offi"On Friday of last week a warrant somo one well acquainted with the cial Secretariei Association would excellent corp fof teachers, second The still was discovered at Johnaddress, as well as his signahold their annual convention May to none in the stale, and the twenty was Issued by County Judge M. W. Pine Mountain to accompany them branch, ten mile from Danville. ture or endorsement. Howard, for the arrest of Jerry and help with the Investigation, nf son' lit. to 6th., at Nashville, Tenn. graduates which represent the fore The still was concealed behind thc This Is done in order to keep a corRequest from Sacramento Cham- most families of Lancaster and Gar- - Iteed, colored, charged with the mur- ter having failed there to get the aid buihe In a hollow- - 300 yards from rect record of thc address be der of Miss I.ura Parsons, the Pine of officials, and failing there to find all ber of Commerce that publicity county, rard the home of Price and was In oper- growers of the association. of Only given a national celebration comThirteen hundred Invitations will Mountain school teacher who was a pilot he and Hramley went togeth ation when the officers made the the grower of Garrard county will memorating the colorful and ronutlc be sent out by the graduating clai unusually brutally slain on Septem- er without other nsiistance. But raid. All but Price, who was arrest"Daya of MO," featuring an outlay within the next week, and they nre ber 7th., 1020, on the trail across the that they had next to no difficulty in ed in his house, were on the ground. be paid through Chairman Walker, as each county proposes to look afof 1250,000 and to be staged May by far the handsomest we have ever mountain from Dillon station, while following the lines of the map that Alex Camden carried a 4 I.Colt re23rd. to 2Hth. issued from any class of this she traveled afoot unprotected and pointed out the hollow gum and the volver and made an attempt to grab ter its own growers. seen The second payment will be the alone, and since the issuance of the clilf near by where the blood of I.ura It Announcement from the Retailer" splendid school. when the officer surprised the Kentucky, that the same in amount as In the first check I ation. of Assoc Lancaster Is proud of her school warrant for arrest of Iteed became Parsons yet cries out from the scene party. and will bring to the Garrard county first of a series of building, which Is the host and most known, excitement in Harlan has for Justice and will ever cry for Jus. After the men had been placed growers several hundred at thousand meetings, would be nuxlrrn of any town in Central Ken broke out afresh over the tragedy, so tice till Justice Is done! "During the trial of Dr. II. C under arrest and had been searched, dollar. It Is expected to make SatM. Thursday. May 4th . at the Crab lucky, she is also proud of her five uncommonly atrocious and regarded Will Wingate seized a half gallon of Orchard Springs Hotel. It i hoped hundred pupiN, and the community as the worst, and one among the Wlnnes, the state veterinarian, who moonshine that was nearby and urday, May 20th., a Jollification day in Garrard county, with speeche by cowardly crimes that ever stain- was accused of the murder of Miss good delegation from Lnncas-te- r has' shown this by the most that a Jerry Heed was under sur drank mostin of its contents. When prominent people followed by the ed the ground of Southeast Kentucky Pari-ons- , will be present. she has given the teachers throughhe arrived Danville he was uncon- delivery of the checks to the grow- I'rof. lloyd expressed gratification out the past year. It Is to be with innocent blood of n defenseless veilance. But the incidental scious and had to be carried to the through the hoped er in person. of certain clothes, or the con at the publicity given present corp of teach- woman. The news of the issuance that the The above will come Howard dltion thereof that Heed was alleg Jail. Louisville Courier Journal and copi- ers will be retained for another year of the warrant by Judge Unable to furnish Individual bonds as good news announcement to the members of the Danville Press, with refer- and It Is also hoped that all of the broke on Tuesday near noon ond ed to have worn was held as inndmis ed by the of $7,500 the moonshiners were sent association. It is further announcence to Lancaster's Kindergarten de- present teachers will apply for n con- spread rapidly from ear to ear, and sible testimony, and after the near to jail to await trial. ed that after thorough discussion of partment. became the favorite of conversation acquittal of Wlnnes, and his subse tinuation of their service through at the outlook, with a review of sale on street corners, in hotel lobbies, quent releuse from custody by order I he secretary teporieu briefly , Mlotlm Week already made and some other in and behind counters and in counting-room- of Commonwealth Attorney J. G Baby transpire,! ai me momn.) mrri- what The nmhtn f ,he graduating Immediate prospects, thc directors Forester, present Circuit Judge, no ing of the Hlue lirass League nrm class are: Lucille Schooler, Mary County were told that they could assure their "The discovery of the bloody un- further action was pasted, and the April 2Cth., at Itichmond, Ky., where Clyde Hughes. Bertha Ilelle Broad-dus- , constitutents that those who have Lancaster was represented by the folIrene Douglas Smith, Delia Klce derclothes resulted from a search possible guilt of the negro Heed went Babies joined the association will receive lowing delegates: - (I. Davidson, Hughes, Mosslc Lauru Criscillis, conducted by Dr. U. S. Vermillion out of the public mind until Frank more net money per pound for their and John Hramley on account of a Brown's letter from Frankfort to Adolph Joseph. Robt Hayes. Forest JuJth Jjimc, VmWU Cteil 500 INVITATIONS TO BE SENT tobacco, than those who refused to I l.a Verne aiapp am. ... . Hicks, Lula Bowman An- - letter and map that Hramley received Hramley sprung the present sensa Join, beside paying expense and the Adolph Joseph, acting chairman Frances La Verne Dickerson. from Frank Brown, a prisoner In the tlon." Welfare payment on the A Garrard County Baby warehouses, which the local base ball players, addressed v rown Jm, uWrnf ,.,. Frankfort prison. Hramley was a Week will be held at the Court House arc to be deeded to the association the meeting with reference to " rn May (lulley, Huth Arnold Taylor, former state prisoner and well acRESIGNS In Lancaster the latter part of May, by June 15th. of the local pa - ,Anni Knyp Knjr AI,em. M,nnl. Cur. quainted with Brown, who wrote the curing be announced in wa, th-i- t, s,mUl, ,) Coohrtini ,.aul p. Mor. letter and drew the map and got by John M. Smith, Deputy Collec the exact date to tors and all merchants. It next week's Central Record. Over Two Moonshiners the customary prison censorship by unanimous opinion of those present )T0W anJ StmUfl c Kiot, be sent to Invitations tor of Internal Kevenue, of 500 and fathers will babies, two moth- Brought handing the letter to a trusty to ur mat mis venture coumi nui CUm jioMo. years oui r eussiron; ers of Baforo Judga Traadway a success unless the merchants ana Class Colon: Purple and White; post. Danville, Called Upon to old and under. This Baby ConferThe letter in substance said the business men. one and all, would Claw Flowers: Purple and White Jonah Tussle was arrested Tues ence will be held under the auspices map on the back of the letter would agree to suspend operation two and Sweet Peas. Hand In IlesiKnation. of the Garrard County Chapter of day by deputy sheriff John Hicks, at show the Pine Mountain trail and the f hours during an afternoon the American Red Cross and has been his home on the Poor Ridge pike, spot Where I.ura I'arsons was mur- each week and that this agreement The resignation of Mr. John M. endorsed and will be enthusiasticalcharged with operating a moonshine dered. The map further showed theiSmith( deputy collector of Internal ly supported by the Woman's Club of still, portions could not simply be entered into and of which were found on Mr. V. O. Goodloe, of the firm of location of the blacksmith shop where then broken at will by unscrupulous i,.venue. ...... headnuarters In Dan- - Lancaster. The ladies of the club his premise. past violated (ioodloe and Walker Brothers, by the oiu union trail crosses me roau vin.. h. , b..n .,k.i foP bv Collector will dealers who had in the He is also charged with drunkenserve luncheon for the visitors, their promises. The Chamber of mutual consent of all parties, sold ami a snort .nsiance away crosses me Luc,,( of i.,ui,vill., to become cf who come from all part of the coun ness and having whisky on hi per Commerce, through its Hoard of D- hi interest in the business last Satur- roau again, anu ai me secona cross fccUve th(. ,lr,t ,,ay of May ty, and prizes will be given by the son for the purpose of sale. He Is Walk-eroad the map points the way to a irectors, agreed to support and assist day, to Messrs. Will and Joe J. The Collector states in his com Woman's Club for the best developed under a $1,000 bond and his trial In the being hollow gum tree some TOO feet away the firm future in the organization of local base ball munication: and best formed and most appropri- set for next Monday. Rollle Simpteams, and all four pastors present, Walker Brother. Mr. Ooodloe has from the crossing and in this tree the "It is always a matter of keen re ately dressed, (which does not neces son, also charged with moonshining, not decided just what he will do, but letter said will be found the underrepresenting each city church, assurgret with me to be under the neces- sarily mean the most expensively is in jail in default of bail. Two clothes that Heed wore on the day of sity of notifying a competing otficer dressed) baby boy or girl, under one colored youths, Robert ed the boys that the venture would his friends are hoping that he will Burnside and In the city, which he probably the murder. The letter said the tree of the acceptance of his resignation, year old and also baby boy or girl Burdette Faulkner, have their hearty support. were held over County Health otricer, Dr. Kdwards will do. Mr. Charlie Doty has ac- was to the left of the trail going but, of course, you thoroughly un- from one year old to two years old. to the grand Jury, charged with addressed the member with refer- cepted a position with Walker Broth- down and at a small clilf. The un- derstand, that the position of a dep- This Baby Welfare Week Is creating stealing chickens from Levi Elam. derclothes Brown's communication uty collector not being under Civil the greatest enthusiasm among the Their bond were ence to the Governor's proclamation ers and has assumed his duties. fixed at $200 each. Week," said, was hidden In this tree, for Service is always affected by the out- women of the county who are look- They are in with reference to "Clean-UJail. Heed by n trusty who removed it to come of political warefare." urging all householder to manifest ing forward with real pleasure to the sufficient local pride to assist In the The officer of the Kentucky Press the cavity of the gum tree after hav Only recently Deputy Collector event. Every one except a few old piles, filth, Association held J. meeting at the ing carried it from the place It was Smith has completed some work In abolishment of rubbish bachelors perhaps, love a baby, and ' tafayette Hotel in Lexington last first hidden by alleged request of and unsanitary places. the mountains of Kentucky upon we know without question that every In Hustonville A meeting of the Cincinnati Look Saturday morning and discussed the Heed. Brown said the trusty was which he received the highest con- baby has a right to be as healthy a Captain Jack Williams and about known us "Luke." That night, gratulations of the Washington au- present knowledge can make him. out Mountain Air Line Highway As- time antl place of the sociation was advertised for Satur- meeting. It was decided to hold the Brown's letter continued, Haed came thorities. He is considered one of The future of America, the future of forty more or less of the young ball stars of Lancaster left this morning day, April 20th., at Lexington. In meeting some time in June, and left Into camp wearing nothing but over- the most competent and accommo- Kentucky, the future of ,,..... w..h chairman I. alls and made application to Brown dating men in the service and his County begins in the cradle Garrard for Hustonville where they will play view of the adverse opinion rendered lm. j... us the against the younger lads of that city. by the Court of Appeals with refer - s. piuhugh, and Secretary J. C. for underwear. resignation as acknowledged by Col little babies of today are to be the will be remembered that this same ence to the appropriation of Alcock. Hramley lives at lector Lucas was called for although men and women of tomorrow. The It "The rard County bunds already voted, the Among the places .being considered or near High Splint. He is said to lit may prove highly Injurious to the touch of a baby's hand brings the team played in Lancaster one after noon last week when the game was members urged Messrs. Farra and is, Crab Orchard, Graham Springs, nave receiver me miter irom nrown service, whole world into kinship. A lispcalled on account of darkness in the County Engineer Stapp to attend this Shnkcrtoun, West Baden Springs, in reoruary. me letter bore n Those who have business with the ing voice, faint and feeble, calls conference in order to protect Gar- Ind. ,and other places. Frankfort date line and was dated local office, regardless of politics will forth the best that is in human na fourth inning with the score of 50 rard County's plan to eventually February 23rd, of this year ,and it regret to learn of Mr. Smith's resig- ture and it goes without saying that to 55 In favor of Copt. Jack team. complete Its portion of the Dixie Lincoln Up is claimed there was no delay of the nation. Danville Advocate. the good old county of Garrard will Go to it young "chopples," you can Highway from Camp Dick Kobinson letter in transit. be represented at this Baby Confer- nt beat the first team now. The State Tax Commission to the Lincoln County line. "Keeping it but u few days, Hram- "Good ence by the best bable in the world. Transportation Frankfort started something in Lin- ley is said to have handed Chairman of the It will be a great success beyond a the letter Judge Hubert Kinnaird is making loubt. Committee, announced a meeting with coln county, when it notified the local The last bulletin of the State with the in up on the back thereof to the - & N. Olficials on Wednesday board of supervisors of that county Dr. Vermillion who stated that he the way of the transgressor hard, if Board of Health shows that in GarWhile attempting to get some to add an additional 20 per cent levy he comes through hi last during their tour of inspection, court. Two rard County out of every- from the top of his showed the letter njid the map to the 1. 000 young squab and the presentation of a petition on Its farming lands. As n result sherilf in the presence of Deputy colored boys from Danville, got bable born 30 s per cent die be- - barn. Harry Frye, who lives near from the citizens of Gurrard Coun- of this notice u mass meeting of the lloyd Kelly and others. The com- drunk and boisterous here last Mon- fore they reach the age of five years; Hubble, fell n distance of several ty, requesting better passenger sta- farmer was called to meet ,n Stan- munication was then shown to Judge day night. James Peyton caught and that of every 1,000 persons In feet and sustained severe and painford last Monday, and one of the tion facilities. Fortunately he fell on M. W. Howard and other olficials, it to the tune of $100 and cost and this county over 05 years of uge, ful injuries. good measure. Peyton Due to the small number of busi- largest crowds of tax puyers ever only 35 Vj per cent die each year. hi feet, but the jar und shock to his and later Howard Issued a warrunt ten days for ness men present representing the seen In the court house was on hand, for the arrest of Heed on the charge hud whiskey in him and a pistol and Think it over and ask yourself if it system, necessitated a physician bewhisky on him. The other boy, is not worth while to keep In various merchandise stores of Lan to protest, and protest vigorously of murder. touch ing with most of the day. Harry agninst such an unjust raise. Henry Brown, confessed and got off caster, it was decided to postpone a many friends who regret to learn "Vermillion claims when he re- with a fine of $25 and costs. They through the Red Cross with the has The board was undecided as to scussion with reference to serving of hi accident and hope he will soon babies of our County. refreshments tu Garrard county mem- - what It would do, some members quested olficials to make investiga are both In Jail. be himself again. bars of the Hurley pool on the day of favoring carrying out the dlictntes of tion of the story us told and mapped by Brown they said they could e distribution of the second pay- - the Tax Commissioner, while some, out r)rJve TQ TUe Ripkfr Change In L. & N. favored Ignoring It. Their verdict not do so at that time but would! The L. & N. mude several changes nt on the 1021 crop. The City Council has Instructed A surprise birthday later. So Hramley and Vermillion dinner was Is awaited with interest. last Sunday In the arrival of trains went to the scene together and easily Marshal Hratton to enforce to the here. Number 27 running between given Mrs. J. J. Thompson at her Uallards Obelisk Flour is cl.an.d LOST: Friday morning on the located the gum tree and in the cav- - letter, the ordinance ( requiring all five timt before it Is nt to the arriving home on the Crab Orchard pike last Public Square or Lexington street, a ity of the tree, up some three feet,! automobiles and other vehicles, to Louisville and Richmond, Sunday, in honor of the 07th. anIt pastas through three sifting rolls. rug with fringe. Pletwe re- or about an arm's length .they found keep to the right when approaching now at 10:62 instead of 12:09. niversary. There were fifty-on- e pros-emachlnas lo slfl tha foreign mattar blue Number 28, Richmond to Louisville, to honor this dear good woman, and dirt. Than a strong vacuum suc- turn to Mrs. Jumes Hatcher or this the underwear, an union suit and on the Public Square in Lancaster, arriving at 1:50 instead of 2:50, as the suit was the number "7040" writ- - Speeding or running with cut-oution ramoves vestige of dust and dirt, oirice. was heretofore. Number 70, (Old which included children, grandchilchildren. It it Is spotlessly clean, pure and good. FOH SALK PRIVATELY: My ten with an fndeblble pencil which open will not be tolerated and arrest Henry) leaving for Richmond, at dren and great-granwas a day long to be remembered by the leter said belonged to one of the will follow this violation. Try a sack today. Hudson aV Farnau household furniture, 11:35 instead of 12:20. If you are approaching the Pubnil present and a happy and Joyful Mrs. J. D. Prather. guard who bought the underwear In (tf.) LOST: Thursday morning beV. C. Tobacco Fsrtiliitr willlnaka one for the mother, whose devotion Harlan. And as to the purchase of lic Square from Stanford street and tween Marksbury and UryanUville Satd Buckwheat, now crop, Broom union underwear In Harlan by guard wish to go to HutliWn Brother your tobacco mature earllar and maka to her children has been so beautia yellow cow hide traveling bag, Corn Saad, Tennessee Millat, Oranga at the camp all doubt is removed by store, you must drive to the right, tha laaf brighter. Also Fertiliser for ful In the long years of her useful with full name on ntckel plated tag. and Rad Top Cano Saad, Whip Cow the ledger of Hall Bros., In whose around the park. corn and wheat land. life. May she enjoy many more Kvturn to this office or Win. Clyde Paas, Sojr Roans, Tastad 5 sad Corn. store the guards traded more extenWatch your step and DRIVE TO uch days, is the wish of her host of Fresh lime In barrels. Sanders. Hudson A Farnau. sively than elsewhere in Harlan, for THE RIGHT. Hudson A Farnau. friends. Kava- yes-tcnia"f,,l-Tl,fPtJj,j" 1 tcsti-mon- EXERCISES Chamber of Commerce Discuss Many Topics of Interest at Lancaster Graded and HIrIi Letter And Map From Prisoner Lead to Discovery of Bloody Its Session Last FriSchool Looked Forward Underwear Found on Trail Where Former Garrard day NMtfht To With Interest Girl Was Slain That Results in Cap For Pool Growers To and ture of IUk Still Four Men ed Thum May 20th. SAME AMOUNT AS FIRST CHECK ,,,. s. Welfare For Garrard ,,,,, s SMITH nw one-hal- Change In Firm r, 1 in p Press Meeting Midgets" Play .., WII-Ha- Against It Morning Judge" Falls From Barn I- Time Pleasant Birthday ts d ' f The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, May 4, founl Job for 1,057 en more nnd conducted 135 military I 922. .WHITE OR BROWN funeral. who Large number of EGOS PREFERRED nre suffering from hell shock are looking for work In New York City. The American Legion obtained work for one but he got Into such n hent- - People in Different Cities Have el argument with the man who wnj Decided Preferences for One hiring him thnt the Legion had toj or the Other. take him away ami arrange for hi commitment in n government hospi- taL A tract of land along the I'otomnc river ha been turned over to the American legion nnd other veterans' Color of Shell Is Almost entirely organization for use an n (ummer on Dreed of Fowl That cam for the hundred. of disabled Laid It New Dreed Ma men from Maryland and Oecn Developed. Ve.t Virginia who are now confined I'nMatl Main in the four government hospital at rrtpart bf ih. xtrarttttut I liariioM f Washington, D. C. hel Altlxmah the color tf an eg i In no of tin rhofMliwl i'" New reaches some place quicker miIhii of II enllletit. ieple in t!.f than it doe others. The American ferettt rill en wtd Ih different nrt" "f Legion has received a letter from a tlio rotintry lme miner derided pref world war veteran who says, "I un rrene r Immn fur Hiker while derstand the government is giving tf!S. The wise tiNltreer emitler us unjusted compensation with the tliellke mill dllllnstitblrtwtl option of taking land or money. I've i'iiliiwii'rs. een llii'UIt Ihey urns lx' tl just discovered an island in the St, egg I mi n tnlliilitti iHttlttii. A drtHii n wlille Jnt a mitrltlm Ijiwrence river that 1 want, so tell full of sc noil n uliite t.tii- the government I'll take thnt." iHent a h lirttwn im im)s the t'nllnl Slnte )t'ifirtmiit of AtrlewHiire. If a perxouV niliir hll'tmijf l Inmerrr. lie hm.v ki a Utile t Dye IliiHt-uthitItH-mil-llitim-rl. Depend on : NO INDICATION OF QUALITY ICE IN ssssraHrarara'aTaTarBssiTMis ALL WEATHER We pledge ourselves PURITY, to They axe Good! 1SJ ! FULL WEIGHT, GOOD SERVICE Buy this Cigarette and Save Money money to would American1 Legion News follow.: 10 the coatuic the home; 13 help defray of n Jobless nnd without money, F. W. to pay hospital nnd other bills; three for clothing; two for furniture; .one Smith, of Omaha, Xeb., and head of a family of three, grasp- - for a Ford nnd seven would bank the ed at the chance for "work" ottered I entire amount. by the Americnn Legion employment After being packed up by Ameri-fo- r service and sold a pint of hi blood $25 By his act Smith saved the can Legion members while wearing life of Edward Belitz, Blcgrade, I the uniform of a Belgian aviation I.nmnrd, Grand Neb., farmer, who had been severely I lieutenant, Kmile Hn piil, Mich, tobacco dealer, win injured. ' sentenced to six months in jail by , 'I t- . . . : lltJimr Ten dollars for each month's ser- liailllb uumki i?l'.iuu. i Ill vice, with 'J5 per cent additional for then turned on court officials nnd overseas service, is to be paid world took them to task for allowinsr Laniwar veterans of Maryland under the ard to appear in court nttired in his provisions of a bill which passed the bogus regalia. Mnrylon'l House of Delegates with When state officials of the Amerionly four dissenting votes. The act provides for a $9,000,000 bond issue. can Legion In West Virginiu heard that several men's organ!- to be passed on by the people. j zations were considering asking Jack before them, Reorganization of war-tim- e draft Dempsey to appear......... itv it.ttl.lt ttifivil boards to assist the American Legion tli.it. Iatt...l ft 4, nt. nit j iwuin men has fused sanction to any nlTnir to which in finding jobs for boxing champion might been proposed by Itev. Dr. John Grier the worlti Hiljben, president of Princeton Uni- he invited versity, Syracuse, N. V. A store for the sale of articles men in New manufactured by the sick and wound. American now In South Dakota Zealand and Denmark have joined ed together and formed posts of the hospitals has been opened by the Anwrlrnn Legion auxiliary of thatl American Lelgon. The men's organization now has 11,013 state. . The proceed will be used to I . separate posts, located in practically buy additional comfort for the dis abled veterans. every civilized country- -. BASTIN BEOS. A Your OM Straw Hit Costs Little and Easily Done With CihhI tllt uf tli eve tie lflt. Color Depends on Dreed. NUHAT DYE ' nn.. 6 Nuhat colon with I j I- i mis'", mar ,h4t ami i II "HI r"n thM fn pootlrrlr maV uM i!n hata look ImS nv. No mattrr how avllatl am) laloj four oil alraw hat. Nuhal Iy wlU Ki it a Wautitui flnuh an.1 ma it u on that almaet vbtainnL it t. tmv IrJirtun In fourtran nrh ti timti epplr ""! " rtV. for ahad ilnlrnl to IIITerrnt u.. i i"'rJ,JJ1I,d Alwar ,,ubu rSWN's.V WOIrt briiiDt it rfiHltmi tin rotMti Im nml I'ntvlileiiee intirLi't. Al snld lh.it thitgli (lie ttiiiltlit nf tld egg l tit, hl UM'. r Hiuiie im Hat ttf a white tine, there l ierfii. it a tHlTereHre In Ihe eterlng. The trrniMe bell nf hriii I'ggs lire hunler ali-- l the fklii Jtt iiHiltHiiiiith the litl it In ImttlilHC. the ehlrka lutve tiiuuher i lit l le hunler uttrfc getting nut tbtili thii-- i In that tmi'ittiifl tn tli'tt-4- i tiell nf llehter Unt. In New York tin- - white egg hrliiK n premium nf 7 tt 10 enits n ilmen at irtlHihle lh.it Mime fii --flit, hut It I the New Yorker get no nmre nur IMiiiii-n- t lux-- fiiJnjlHrnt nut of his lireiikfuM lUaii the lUistnlilaii, who I miih a t,H,ar iri'lllllllll fur hrtiwti ' egg. Owner of iultry fanim nre well anare of thl prefirenif In the iiiftronli nnil, u a result, the com Hu rt tilt ry farm in New Vor New Jentev llt'.iHim' ami 'eiu.r I I ntsl !.tfi (.ml t : wily l.egtt n:, Inml nnil -- The (I'lnrtif un tiK I lurtt-ly- . er ti! IIHt I'lltlrt'ly. llrl1ltlllt HHMI hrtiil nf tin- - ttlnl tlwl laid It. In fft- em I tlie Alinrlnill lireeiln I'IjikohIIi ltik. ItlHHle I)hIh Ut'il HHtl U'jitn trttte lay limn n es. As nil llitw It iwir be breetl lKte nil nr tlwt red lt) iMtun tinmn eet- Tlie linmn ei;g I x.lHr In New Kmc tf Utter the Mnrv imlti I wl lilwt-l- f f - Df'i I.., t.i.t "M t ,' !. wrltloN n rtHalMint til ' I" t n li iih t nl the t .ti tl e mIv tf a man bthrowing i . i ,! Ih a lei'rr it wt'ttjof tefttfr hl tlnatri he ' j with hh- - rare ttf ' . .'.! In e '!, Oldest American Ncwipsptr. Tlie Nr lurk lil"l.e mm foundnt on Itfeiiil.f r !. ITKt, hjr S'uli Wrlntrr, It ua the Ainff h n Minma' retlNlunl 'The t'oMiltiert'lnl Adertler" w en OrloaWr T. ITt'T anil ugaln rhancetl to "The OMe antl l'tiro un February 1, Meretal mo TWy Mh tllnir are er InhI !('! Ihi l the itltlfnt tUlly new. in AMeiiea. A (if 'JI ! inl.en iter ilill in i llaintlilre iwi I'.e N't- 'in ml towt. wjr ,.r (i.if.ittih lT.MI and wtiiif IH 'n ! l :i ' The Hartford of rr ' .1 - H hi it wttklT, f" in I "':r frit ml in I Till, and tie ' lied .T il v Deve'un. 'It t '- -I -- .ltttll i i aei-M- y - fl u-- 111 Is I ii ir Capital $50,000.00 Surplus $60,000.00 Honor Roll Bank. 4 per cent paid on time posits. Cnll nnd see us. J J Uaikrr, President. V. V de- F Champ, O Kigney, Am'L t. te the President. ll (i Davidson, Cssbirr. JI ill. Assistant Cashier. W. K Miller, Assistant Cashier. Mrs N'aomi Hamilton, Teller. I rail for Nuhat anj b ir ro Anr uruMut er upartm.nl aur '". will Dhow you thr fourtmi color Nuhat Coler cnL l,r " illr;t from I- ut. Vritr."P?" lie. i""- Put color tinim!. - r. chriitman Companr, Ja(lon, Tcno. flr i"' Cr t CITIZENS V ' NATIONAL LANCASTER. KY BANK. Stuel. Corner I'ublic Squnrt- - and Diinullr "group of un.American radicals nndj extremists who are inciting unrest among the student body," the Uni-- 1 A t'.tfaltt tiiittiiVMii I ..ittfiti n.t.t tttt.l ttiaiit ni.iti.nn B.VKifit 't"l linn It is easier to kill n thousand adopted a resolution asking the stu-- l j young weed In .May than n dozen old dent senate to nbolish the organiza- ones in August, soil. and crops speci- jjon allits at the College of Agriculture say. Immediate steps, therefore, During the past few months the will be helpful in preventing these American Legion at Toledo, ()., ha robbers from stealing much moisture A questionaire, "What will you do caused .12 person to be put In jail plant food from crops later in with your state bonus?" conducted for falsely collecting funds for sick and i said. by the Toledo, O. American Legion, and wounded world war veterans, the season, it "A ton of weed growing on an was answered by men as 'obtained the release from jail to sev- acre will deprive a profitable crop of about 450 pounds of water during the growing season," according to I!. K. one ii mosuc cuiiiau. aiupnc nson, "This amount of moisture is rwiuired i von .. nti'iuKP ittim irttjta i.... uy ti hui wemls take an equal amount. In addition, weed of ten make the differ-onc- e between uecet and failure in getting goml yields largely because the ori has been robbed of plant j I I After the college trustees had refused their request to have college Presidnet C. D. Dunlway removed from otrice, students at Colorado college set olT a huge giant firecracker on 'p'rexyV lawn, burned red fuses nnd hauled the American flag to half mast. For the latter act they aroused the wrath of American Legion members, who demanded that it be be rightly hung. Describing the Social Science club oi me university oi i isconsin a a Vr1 Destruction In May Is Easier Than In August s slH' j'i I' Ju 'I Net st All a Dad Ides. It tUa.' f.i'a nl.'l AllU'rintli ,. ita . Ml mii urlmii trvei nr i I. H. "!!.. r t'f lt,-.- . .Njturt's We. f 'he . .i . r.i.-t- , II. t- mMli ,rlr :ille.l . Hit t.f ' Typical Lainona Hen, lluil iri'iliiif htti Tin erg tin"! In loMilttiii tit III'- l.t-horthi, are the Itlitrk SHtilli. the Mig li.t egg. the lium! ami all MoilMerrttiioHii breed. Ill All nf white ear ole. White Eggs Preferred. tfoeo briiil the lme Is I tl e.11 U'MXIUlllI Mill, lilt I. gltla IMiMil nMite of ibe aiit-r- . Wlien tin-in'- . In liuMr froa the Lllehtn th-- ' "ei iiiin Mltvr, f Ai ni Miii;itaMa r "Ji-- t '. ti n strii.tH. or ' J. ilier Juttn' If4- t' ll.lt HM) ItMtllln- - .in- CI'" .' hi t f.r II ' I Jllll Wt.tl.ttl i U't- "tll.i' (If tlHli i,t . I ImiimM 'i. tt .trill imr . Im hu;n Mtttte fid tltHl larkiiwt hHI wtr. abutter vttie of under . ' the n thlKtlo IkfJ Iwti t ViimW a lh- hill. Sfta-in HVfUrth, 1.4 k i r vtStK n.lahl rhitlM. ,lr . "He alllcle i make li .,ri In ... fllll tif MtlHfVtM imi f lit.r. no ilay Its " light. ,..lt up t own tit MRtl "I SltMl ituo .Till Mii.l.-uni.- Torre "ttr I an fM . t Ill r . i 1 Now is the time and we have the goods Buy a COEN PLANTER that will plant your corn right. No half stands and replanting. Remember we have any kind of farm implement you need and they are priced to sell. Becker & Ballard Bryantsville, Ky. land, early breaking it desirable. This givo time for many weed seeds to be germinated and dostroyed before the crop Is seeded. A harrow usetl when weed. are Just sprouting will do more elfective work than plowing after they get u start. "Constant tillage Is OMential in controlling weed that grow from underground stems. Two years of clean cultivation will destroy most of Many the stems of such weeds. weeds reproduce from both the stems nnd seeds, in the hitter case the seed being especially abundant in most eaios. A single plant of rag weed has been found to produce more than 111,000 seeds, pigeon grass more than 140,000, lambs quarters more than 000,000, barnyard grass more than 1,000,000 and tumble weed more When seeiis are than 0,000,000. produced so abundantly, only a few plants ure required to seed 'a large acreage. "This makes lUmportunt to prevent weeds from seeding. Few of them decay in lest than three years, the seeds of some weeds having produced plant after being buried for more than 10 years." for w hlle erg llllil till tint r kft tlmwK lntel from the Hltlf ter ritnry a NW York fur It lilgheM grade esc. I'IiIikvh cet farm eggi frolH all tHlt of the Mkldlo Vett thnt tire Mirltxl iismI grittletl by llutse wliti iaek tboM. There Is no JTOHoMJieetl irefereiM-III thai The I'aellle ro)l prefef uhlli egirK, aittl all of the fMHl. wlikh Call. "SuceoMful weed control depends large Miltry 4anl, fiituoUM. knfi .eg(Mirii. fornix upon 'bvginning eurly traforu the The Asiatic fun Is, Hunt limit tliul planU tnrt. On cultivated . beii miTy In wutll tiiiMiherM. e i 'ry l'hlhliltiiiii preferetli-- j fr ( gutn I nre egm. ntl Itihtw. rule Iit4i gmiil In all t'Hu-- t until thi liojiartliii'iit of A; rli iiltnre ili'ei.wM h Hew hreeil. Tlili new hrertl, Ibe Ijiihoiih. In large enough to aMlif) the farmer, Hie iHtultryiuaii ami the iwrker. lu Mild Mill l attrai'tixe In the egg tri iliutT. One of Its Mt Mrikllig hhI lay g!nnUoi, brown The rtl h'l'e linmii t'cg and I lit- - time fill.(-(wlmrj - SaSSLBLLLBaLBaLBas Columbia Dry Oat-I- t rial woik Iwtter and latt longer -f-tx tU aaj Inujart foe llmntHlili -- Fix that bell today!t Get one Columbia "IWII RinKtr" two Columbia "No. 6" Ikittcne, and make the old Ull luppy. Columbia Dry ILittrrics are Ixttcr for every purpose. More xiwrr and lonprr life at little cost. Used everywhere for Cootbells, buzzers, heat regulators, alarms, etc., for gas engine and tractor ignition, anj for ijuick starting ignition on starting Fords. non-sel- ' ' tulliilltli Is Inhe and Ih)h u while egg. With mi big market ii'iaiiy iireferrtHg tlx Mhlte t'WC till lirt'fl. with Ihe Hihli tlulllll MihHHlHge nf Mil1, good qiliillty nf Hunt, jelliiw klu ami leg, ought to be that It Iw ti ril eir fur tneuwa ( lnitMMt ftti lha I'vttl htl aianifi foe thy ttatttry hfhl-iahi cIumi, c.Uar, (. garni, hara.u. i 4tU i Tit aatU. twtl dif tillf. U- -J MJfta4i I ,as Jla al aa fawi BREEDING FOWLS FOR COLOR Excellent Plan Outlined for Secutlnj Rhode Island Reds for exhibition Purposes. In breeding Itliotle Mum) Ittil for riilor In order to secun exhlhltit.n pullets, .ii e ii sire with u rich, re.! breast, free from shafting or hieing nnil free (ruin blatk ticking mi wing hows und a rlrh red In (luff; mate hlu to females wllh dark rlrh red darkle with little or no black licking ami tv' In undercolor of buck, u produce ei Llbltiuu coikvivUk u laaaetlatt iJnl.CIlS Atattat tl't aat Cvlumbia ate for sale all around )ou electricians, hardware stores, general tore, auto supply shops, garages, implement dealer. Insist upon Columbia. ! j . i mm j i 9 CoiBatters SPSS" fnr mmmmm. .ifit tut iM.t. ' Ji The Central Record, Lancaster, Kv.. Thursday May 4, 1922 Mr. and Mr. W. M. Simpson, Mr. CUNNS CHAPEL and Mrt. t U Mathews, Mitt Jet-ti- e Mr. Mite Hurt It suffering from Kent spent Sunday with Mr. and blood poisoning. Mm. Hubert Slmpion and mother. Mitt Mary l.ee Kurtx tprtit the week-enwith Mht Allene Hurt. WOLF TRAIL Mr. John Land It serving on the Mix Tlneiue (illlenm It with Mrt. Petit Jury nt Keileral Court In Powell Pulley. Hugh Moberly old a Ford Koad-it- er Mr. nnd Mrt. Chloiitt Sparks were to Charlie Hoatley latt week. recent guest of Mr. and Mrt. J. H. Mr. Hugh Moberley purchased n Sparks. Kor.l car from Hobcrt Long of Poor Mr. nnd Mr. J. It. Sparks, Mrs. Midge. Willie Matters were In Lexington Metdamei Abe Hurton and Aman- Saturday. In da Clouie spent the week-en- d Mitt Jettie II. Hny spent Sunday night with Mi Malison. llernice and lies-sl- e Teater. M'. Kthel Clouie and Mr. I.cmto Mr. and Mrs. Tnltnn Mny and chilHardin were married recently married in with reladren spent the week-en- d Mr. and Mr.. John Hall and chil- tives In Madison. Mesir., J, M. am James H. Anion dren spent Sunday with Mr. Moto will attend the cattle sates in I.nui-vill- e Davit and family. tht week. Mr. and Mrs. llronston Locker MeulaiM-- . Hubert I'arsons, Cordejpent one day recently with Mr. and Mrs, Coleman I.ocker. lia Davit and Mis Verna Hny were Mis Irene Hardin returned home guets of Mrs. John I.nnd recently. Monday after a three weeks stay Mr. nnd Mrs. It. F. Parson. Mr. with Mr. Allen Teater. and Mrs. Tom Hurt, of Point l.eavell A number from this place ntended were recent guettt of Mr. and Mr. the minttrel at the school building Kohert Parson. at lluckeye Friday night. A good many from here attended Mr, and Mrt. Albert (Jlllcam and the "Negro Minstrel" nt Iluekeye baby, of Jessamine spent the .week- srheel haute Friday evening nnd reend with their parent.. ported a very enjoyable program. Mr. and Mrt. Lewis McCulley and Mr. and' Mr. (Seo. Hall entertain-- e family spent the day Friday with Mr. I the r children and grandchildren and Mrt. Jhiah McCulley. at a bountiful dinner Sunday in Mr .and Mrs. Elbert Teater and honor of Mr. Hall's birthday anniverbaby viited Mr.. Scott and daugh- sary. ter of Paint I.ick the week-enMr. James Sebastian nnd Mitt Mr. and Mrt. Hunter Davi and Daity Heynotdt were married recentdaughter were in Paint I.ick Friday ly. They have the bet withe of ami were guest of Hev. and Mrt. their friends here for a happy voy V. 11. Young. age through life. Mr. and Mrs. Klijah Mr.Milli.in Mr. and Mrs. Jasper N'ttd, Mrt. and ton, Matter llolman J. were de- I'rintu Walker ar.d daughter! and lightfully entertained Sunday by Mr. the Misses Morgan were guests of ami Mrt. Allen Teater. Mr. nnd Mrs. W. II. Hay nnd Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Wllbert Dailey and land Mrs. J. M. Amn Sunday. ton were visitors Saturday night and ' Meolames Clemmie Murphy and Sunday of Mr. and Mr. Atbie Harvey Teuter, Mr. and Mrs. Kohert near N'icholasvllle. Sowers, .Mlses llernice and lle.ie Mr. Klijah Mc.Millian oll ten hoes Teater. Messrs. Welby Teater and to Kirby Tenter for lOctt. per lb; Iluford Murphy were guett of Mrs. Messrs. John and Wllbert Dailey, Charlie Murphy Sunday. and Mote Hay a bunch for '.'Sett., and Powell Dailey one for !4ct.. Some people object to the bathing suit for women, alWhen a fellow swears off from a though it is a long step in the direcbad habit he immediately spoilt it all tion of safety first. It can't drop by patting himself on the back. off. d Itlch-mon-Hen-dron, one-pie- IN PREMIUMS To the Farmer who enn mine the lnrcst SiitiMi. We will ftirnlHh yon with BURPEE'S MAMMOTH WHALE SQUASH SEED FREE, mid on SATURDAY, OCTOBER 14th., 1922 will pay the following cnah prize.: $15.00 for Largest and Beit Squash. $5.00 for Second Largest and Best Squash. $1.00 each for the next five Largest and Best Squashes. The S u n h lavs of this new variety are often three feet long, of a dark Slate color, and nometimeH weigh over one hundred pounds. COME IN NOW AND GET YOUR SEED. WE SELL "BURPEE'S SEED THAT GROW." 4 to 16 Bushels More Corn Per Acre Missing only four kernels out of every 100 that should be planted means a loss of four bushels per ncrc. Planting four or five kernels where only three will thrive means a waste of seed, smaller cars and, possibly, barren stalks. You can plant the exact number in practically each and every hill if you use a A.H.BASTIN&CO Free Hitch Lot at our Store. Cash paid for your Eggs and Chickens. JOHNisSDEERE No. 999 CORN PLANTER Change from hilling to The"Countlnc.Out"Method of the No. 999 gives you the ac- drilling--, or vice versa, is mads curacy that you would get if initantly by means of foot you painstakingly counted out lever. Nine drilling distance nd dropped the kcrncli by can be secured without changband. ing plates. Tho No. 999 By means of the Variable-Dro- p plants a great rariety of DeTlce, without Hopwithout cut-o- ff hiring ping the team or leaving the to bo changed. teat, you can change the drop to two, three or four kernels Fertiliser and pea attachalways the ciact number ments can be furnished either Merely shift a foot lever or both can be used when to make the change. planting corn. fyour share of biggsr corn profits by using a Get John Deere Planter. Come In and see the No. 999, JUDSON (Juy. Mr. and Mr. John Lakes and chilMr. W. M, Mack worn dren were recent visiters of hit guests Sunday at Mr. ami Mr. Tom ef Hark brother, Mr. ami Mrt. Petard. Creek. n Mr. ami Mr. C. It. N'aylor ami and Mr. and Mrt. Claud HidUrn Sunday f Mrt. i'tf children, were guctt Saturday night Nannie Hay. and Sunday of Mr. and Mrt. J. W. Mlt .Su una Mat-- Cummin I vli-tin- Dailey. her grandparents, Mr. ami Mrs. Mm Virginia Hay i being qnite l.uther .Smith. a tale girl, seling frying chickens at Mr anl Mrt. Kelu Ume arc the OOrts. a povnl and pigs that were pnud nrrnts of n fine Soy that ar- a month old at 30ct. a pound. Mack. Mr. awl Mrs. Win. Adam noli! a mule to Itufas Adams for $140. Mr. John Yater ami children were guests TuriUy of Mr. V. M. Hlnek. Mim Htta Jlfllf Ho was the guest Wednesday of her sister, Mrt. Ilalley Mlse Ktta (telle Itoit i a vii-U- r lUy. In 1'Ie.nvint Hill vicinity .Sunday Mr. II. M. Mat the guest ami attended service at that place. Tuesday ef Mrt. Mack Gay, of Mc Mr. and Mrt. John Yater and at,' Creary. tractive children were guest Sunday wn Mrs. Tm 1'eHnrd the irutt Henry' Yater, of Tuesday of Mr. and Mr. Auttln of Mr. and Mr. r.vnl the J.trl. Mr and Mrt. Charlie Morn ore rejoicing over the arrival of a little girl, born on the link M Ma ami Helen Simpson were guest Saturday night anil Sunday of Mrt. Jamet Foster. !. sd d. WALKER Successor. BROS to Goodtoe & Walker Hroi. I.ak, call-dre- kuIs ir The fellow who i always preparJazz continues to remain popular ing for the worst seldom gets the with people whose minds nre the best. tame. Not all cheers are commendable. The golden rule is a good one to Some are In honor of unworthy follow, but most people object to trailing along behind. causes. - FORD AND AND FORDSON Wo wish to impress on you the low prices of FORD CARS and FORDSON TRACTORS once more as the price of Cars and Tractors are the LOWEST in history, the demand is greater than ever before and we advise you to place your We list the following prices F O. R Detroit: 'order for one of the following, at once. Sales Service THE UNIVERSAL CAR RUNABOUT $319.00 . SEDAN $645.00 $430.00 . TOURING COUPE $348.00 $580.00 TRUCK TRACTOR $395.00 o BUY A FORD AND BANK THE DIFFERENCE. Remember we have tires of standard brand, such as GOODYEAR; GOODRICH; FISK; KEEN KUTTERS; REPUBLIC and CONVOYS. Deciding that we are over stocked, for the next TEN DAYS we will make a SPECIAL PRICE on all tires in the house. Will assure you it will pay you to give us a call and look over our stock. LAN-CASTE- R; HASELDEN BROS., GARAGE LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. The Central Record. Lancastei . Ky. .Thursday, May 4 922 I BIB OUR LUMBER SEASONED IS WELL CAR- r-.v-' K BUY GOOD LUMBER AT THE RIGHT PRICE. A GREAT BUILDING BOOM IS EXPECTED ALL OVER THE DON'T PAY ANY MORE THAN THE MATERIALS AND RIED IN DRY SHEDS. COUNTRY THIS SPRING AND SUMMER. THIS COMMUNITY WILL BE BOOMING THE BOOM ARE WORTH. Get our estimates on every kind of Building Material. The estimate will cost you nothing. Buying your materials from us may save you a lot. If the benefit of our long experience is worth anything to you in the way of advice, it is yours for the asking. Bastin Lumber LANCASTER, KENTUCKY POOR RIDGE Co have been visiting Mr and Mr. R. W. Sunders. Mr. and Mr. Forest Noel and M. Vera Hronshs were KutU of Mr an. I Mrs. John HiH. near Point l.rnw 1. WONDERFUL PROGRESS Made in Grafonolaa Now Furn-- , from n few years to all the ages that ' that brings to your fireside the wealth men will live. Music in all forms, of enjoyment and pleasure that is interpreted by individuals or groups, found in mus:c. was made as eternal as the human n' ' race. The man who produced sound rec-- j wa ishing Entertainment To me oniing ami reproducing eminent cicntist who invented the .Millions telephone, Alexander Oraham Hell. His cousin, Chichester Bell, and PRICES LOWi TERMS LIBERAL Charles Summer Tainter worked with him on his experiments. Letters The Improved Grafonolu of the Patent No. 311, I'll. Issued in 1880 present day, furnishing the world' covered their combined discoveries wealth of entertainment, is on dis- and it it upon this basic patent, which play at McRoberU Drug Store, whose is (till in the possession of the Copage advertisement nppeurs in thli lumbia Craphophonc Company that The McRobort Issue of the Record. nil phonographs and records are Drug Store U well known as one of manufactured. the old established business instituThese patents were acquired by tion of Lancaster, and their solid growth in the commercial life of the the American (iraphophone Company (now the Columbia Craphophonc city is attributed to their policy of Company) which thus became the fair treatment, progrelve merchandising principals, and the fact that owner of the fundamental patents, they sell only the best merchandise. ami the pioneer and leaders of the phonograph industry because they deA history ef the phonograph indusveloped and exploited these fundais extremely interesting not so try mental patents. The first machines fact that muoh on account of th mllHuM have been spent in its de- were callod "flrnphophones," the rec"(Iraphophone Record." As velopment and manufacture which ord early as Intix the United States has made the phonograph uhw of the Patent Office adopted the word outstanding rontunee of commerce as the otficlal classifica but because it invention and perfection Has brought to our homes the tion far sound producing machines, ' greatest Concert, Operatic and Vau- and "(imphu phonic II Art" .1.1 the deville sUrs of the world and the proper official designation of the art greatest coniHer in hUtory. Not ' of sound recording and sound repro- merely their plcturr and writ:ngs, di riHK. ' The factory .started In 887, but the finished product of their art ' in Mri.lwMrt, Connecticut, turned In exactly the same ton and as per' fectly true U life a if they were out three or four machine a da- ymrHM the table sinsiiag or ploying one day they , turned out live but the entire force worked until nearly for us. About 1881 a number of Senators Mibtaittfct. Nmw there are thirty or in Washington Ilraneh of the Ameri- more Mir Columbia plant scattered (now over the United States with an can Oraphophone Company output running into millions. the Columbia Crupfeupnooe were dictating in turn to the The flret crude Crafonola ha been wonderful now machine that repro- developed into u modern, practical duced the human voice. Oh by one musical instrument that truly reprothey read parts of their speeches and duce the exact ipjality and tone of then listened as the machine repeat- the artiat. The adjustable tone leave gives you, nt a turn of the buted the ward. ton, music loud or soft as the type of Then one Senator, with sudden ong Into the the record, the sie of the room or sane In that moment was born the your pvnonul Ute dictates. The reproduction of "ALL TIIK MUSIC scientiricully correct acoustic design, OK ALL TIIK WORLD" on Columbia the lone tempered sound box and the (Jrufonolai. In that moment the stralgth one remetal tone-arpossibilities of the entire art of music sult In u tone of perfect clearness ami purity and develepes the music reproduction became an actuality anothvr great step forward In the fully and Naturally, making the march of civilization. The life ef a not a producing machine but great artist' voice was lengthened a reproducing musical instrument! "(Ira-phoidten- Farm And Home News From Over Kentucky I I Master Owsley Ray is ill. Mr. Sim Ray continue quite ill. .UIS : . 1 1 . tj I IKK ;. 19 THlHRk .1111- M Huckeye. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Whit taker, of Guy, Mr. and Mr. Ilrad- ford Ilurdette and Mi Mary Price, of Paint Lick, were guets of Mr. and Mr. W. Ilurdette Sunday. -. rt 1 Cons-pon- ing alfalfa and the best method of producin gthe crop, W. I). Sullenger, with the ColMarion, will lege of Agriculture extension division and County Agent J. R. Spencer in applying limestone to 20 acres and seeding the field with the crop. The number of boy and girls enrolled for the poultry project in junior agriculture clubs of Fayette county for the coming year has been Increased T0 per cent over that of last year, County Agent W. R. (iabbert say. One hundred fifty youngsters will hatch from two to four settings of pure bred hatching egg furnished by interested poultry raisers of the comity who are in furthering pure bred poultry work. If present plan materialize, Davie county this full will have a strictly agricultural fair thut will not be run for profit, according to a report of County Agent J. W. White-housPluns are to hold the fair in one of the tobacco warehouioe in the county, e. e. dc Cra-fonol- a Mie (.averse Wkiltaker and Kthel Harries were vlfitun of the Misses Hurt Sunday. Mr. and Mr. Floyd Snyder were entertained at Mr. and Mr. Preston Snyder's home .Sunday. Mer. If. G. and T. T Preston, of Lancaster, spent Thursday with Mr and Mrs. Ike Duncan. Mr. mil! Mrs. Lige Ford and children of Ijinraslcr, spent Sunday witti Mr. and Mr. Uge Malum. Kdmgton Mr. Joe of llourne, spent Saturday night with his .ister, Ray and Mr. Ray. Mrs. Je Mesdamo Wm. Matthew and Tom Murphy spent Tuesday with Mr. anil Mrs. Luke Nuylur on the Lexington road. Mr. anil Mr. Dan Ray of Huckeye and Mr. and Mrs. Hdd Maberly were vWtors of Mr. anil Mrs. Simp son recently. Quite a large crowd attended services at Pleasant Hill Saturday night Sunday and Sunday night a Rev. Peel, of Nicholaiville, preached some HELPED HER LITTLE QIRL splendid sermons. Children need all their strength for Mr. and Mrs. Huke Preton, Mr. growing. A lingering cold weakens so that the system it open to and Mrs. Klbert Preston and children, them attack by more serious sickness. Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Karl Preston and Mr. Amanda Flint. Route -- 4, New Philaund Mr. Marshal Preston visited Mr. delphia, O., write,: Foley1 Honey and Mr. Johnnie Sparks recently. and Tar cured my little girl of the Mr. and Mr. T. Whittaker enterworst tickling cough- - I had tried many thing and found nothing to tained the following Sunday: Mr. help until I got Foley's Honey and Klmer Fast, Mrs, L. Cobb, and daughTar." Gives immediate relief from ter, Mr. and Mrs. Ike Duncan ami distressing, racking, tearing coughs; soothes and heals. Good for colds, children, Messrs. U. (5. and T, T. croup and whooping-cough- . Preston, of Lancaster. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Carter, of DRUG STORE McROBERTS W. Ilurdette. BUCKEYE Mr. II. A. Duncan, of Huena Vista Interest in sweet clover a a soil i a visitor ef Mr. and Mr. Ike Dun-cabuilding and pasture crop is on the Hugh and Ray Noel were increase in Livingston county, acin N'ickotaeville Wednesday. Mr. Jamns Clark and family spent cording to County Agent L. C. Pace. Mr. Hugh Noel and Mi Snltie More than L'OO acres have been seed- Sunday with .Mr. ami Mr. Newt Noel were in Richmond Sunday. Grow. ed there this spring. Mr. Oscar Carter of Here has Mr. and Mr. Wm. Matthew spent In line with the community plan Mr. nnd McMr. and Mr. I I. been visiting hi parent, Thursday with of farm and home improvement, Mrs. Mai Catrer. are planning Matthew. Lean county farmer Mr. and Mr:. T. C. Jenkins and son, four community fnirs to be held in Rev. W. I. Peel was with .Mr. ami guent of different sections of the county this Mr. W. Ilurdette Saturday, Sunday Dwight Hill were week-enMr. and Mr. Wm. Jenkins nt N'ew-by- . fall, County Agent R. II. Ford re- ami Monday. ports. Committees already are busy Mr. R. P .I.ong entertained n numworking out arrangement for them. ber of friends and relative of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Noel and Miss In order to show Crittenden counDelma Hgie of near N'ichdasti!'e. Sunday. ty farmer the poibilitioa in grow- Saturday nnsi Sunday. Mttr. Mr. T. O. Hill nnd stoter. Mr. Walker were truest ef Mr. and Mr. Henry Whittaher at New by Saturday nnd SvsMtny. Speeder nre becoming lew numerous as the li)e. became Increasingly ever. When jail sentence become papular the peedr will be a alow duck. d Ilw would you like to place our arm around a dainty wnit. and gate fondly into limpid eye, anil g.e a Nicho-lasvitl- e, nrai anil vigorous o,ueeie, and run jam up against a sharp pin? FORMULA rati n .1 ESS li'h . rrrtr r, v llL,ii. . ... lr?. v - Look for thislnside Information" l)on t j iwt trust to luck or clianci- when you buy paint. Know fsattly what yon me jMUi.k. lUnna's (irwn hval I'amt kivoh you thin "iinitk. informaI hat's why tln tion. oxart formula i printed on every packaK' of HANNA'S GREEN SEAL PAINT It's Kod paint, containing the Iwst inirrodit'iits. and we want yon to know it. The formula proves it has quality through ami through. The result is moro wear and a more satisfactory job all around. Insist that Green Seal bo used on your property. Its use means true economy. Sold by CONN BROTHERS, Lancaster, Ky. The Central Record, Lancaster. Kv.Thursday Mav4. 1922 i i ment 4 ueuvers any toVburHome The Columbia Grafonola instrument' with four distinctive,excusic;eand Patented Features as listed below. high-clas- is the only s For a long time you have dreamed of the day you would enrich your home life with Fun, Happiness and Entertain;. NOW IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY to own an instrument of QUALITY in which you can take deep pride. Something the entire family and all your I p. noy Lic ui the World's Best Entertainers friends can enjoy. To help you, we will place such an instrument in your home. Hundreds of folks, people right in your neighborhood, have bought this way. HERE IS THE OFFER: You simply select the style and finish that will look well in your home, make the first payment, and pay the remainder in con- venient installments. This is your opportunity. ACT NOW. Come in Today, while selections are complete This unusual offer lasts a short time only Modern features not found on any other instrument Cabinets, to harmonize with living-roofurniture. 2 Special Columbia Reproducer, the heart of the instrument, which makes the music sound human. 3 Patented Tone Lemves, to control the volume soft or loud to suit your desires. Tone Ampli4 Columbia-Designe- d fier giving the rich, mellow, pure m Our Prices Lowest for Highest-Grad- e Grafonolas are made in the following finishes Red Mahogany I Instruments $175 150 140 125 a it ii i? ! 1 Beautiful Columbia Streamline $275 225 165 Model Reduced to a $ ii . a n a ii 150 140 125 75 y n ii ii ii y ii 100 85 60 Fumed Oak Brown Mahogany Early English Gplden Oak Walnut ' Columbia tone. 50 32.50 n a a 45 30 Come in early and inspect the Styles and Finishes. The graceful Streamline Cabinets represent the last word in coin? Buy a modern instrument today x You need only to investigate and compare values to prove the above statements. struction. The Grafonola will enhance the beauty of your home. 34 Models in 6 Different Finishes Our reduced prices mean BIG SAVINGS for you-B- UT YOU MUST ACT AT ONCE! McRoberts LANCASTER, KENTUCKY- r Store The Central Record, Lancaster Ky. Thursday, May 4, 922. 1 I Better and Implements Hardware i ! Baptist Church News May 7th. Go-T.. Sunday School Day Our record for another church o- . FOR THE HOME Kitchen Cutlery, Enameled Wnre, Buckets, Van. Etc. FOR THE GARDEN Garden Tools, Gnrdcn Cultivators, Hoes, Rakes, Etc. FOR THE SHOP Carpenters' Tools and Blacksmith Tools of all kinds. FOR THE FARM Fanr Tools, Wire Fencing, Corn Planters, Plows, Etc. When you save a little on each you save a lot on the whole. AVERY'S CUTTING HARROWS JONESVILLE CORN PLANTERS AVERY'S CORN DRILLS BRINLY HARDY'S CULTIVATORS. 1 IE C0NN BROS: "Live and Let Live Folks." 11111 !) Q for the same length of time. Japan wants the Philippines and Hiwaii. We don't want J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. her to have them. K. L. ELK1N, Local Editor ami Mgr. Japan wants to colonize our Entered nt the Pot Office in Lan. Pacific coast. We strenuously s Mail caster, Ky., as , object. Matter. Japan will have an enormous lleet of fighting aircraft. Fotrtcn Adttrti.ing Rtpreaentttv THE AMERICAN PHEfJ ASSOCIATION We will hnve a pitiful one. If Japan wants to become Lwutcr, Ky., Mir 4, 1922 rambunctious, how are we goRatet For Political Announcements. ing to remain pugnacious? $1.50 a Year, litued Wreklr. Payable in Advance. Second-Clas- The Central Record 000,000 for the same purpose 5.00 10.00 County Office State and District Offices. 15.00 Calls, per line - .10 .10 Card, per line . all publications in the inter. of individuals or expression of individual views, per 10 line Obituaries, per Una .05 . For For For For For For Precinct and City Offices. et Some children disobey their parents and get away with it by smiling sweetly. The parents think it is cute. As the years take them nearer tp maturity they disobey attempt at correction. with impunity and snarl nt any That We often express our disapproval of "nosey" people, and justly so. But there are times when a little "nosiness" on the part of every citizen would be of benefit to this town. Right now is one of those times. We are in favor of everybody getting out and nosing around town and joining in a isn't so cute. They end as they start, and the start is up to the parents. Somewhere the sun is always shining. If in the heart, the clouds do not obscure its radiant rays. But if only the heavens, the clouds envelop the heart and keep it in impenetrable gloom. Let the sunshine in and the clouds will quickly depart. Though it be of the humblest, the home that is clean and tidy and tasty is attractive. Wealth may add ess, but it cannot supply taste, or tact, or happiness alone. It is the mind and the heart that makes or unmake the home. All else is but inciden tal and of little avail. There are mnny worse than yours. "Where there is smoke, there it nl way fire," to when twenty million Congress wants to keep our well. known men women in all apportion for aviation exten- walk of life say and Tanlac is a good sion down to $2,000,000. medicine, there mutt be something Japan appropriates $200,- - to it. Stormet Drug Store. (It.) general cleanup. The town needs it, and what the town needs we need. People who are scrupulous in keeping their hands and faces and bodies clean should be just as careful to keep their surroundings in like condition. This town is not the dirtiest place on earth, and neither is it the cleanest. It is betwixt between, a condition and which admits of improvement. If the rest of the good people in this town are willing and ready to join the editor in a cleanup campaign it will be done. The official pencil push-e- r of this paper is not a Samson in strength, but he will go his limit if others will keep the pace with him. No lagging on the side linos no standing by and bossing no palming oir sick until the job is dono no shirking of any kind make it a caso of everybody work, including father. Lot's make a glorious day of it. Close ovory business and professional houso in town. Make it so unanimous it will be a scramble to gut in on the deal. Then, whon the fun is all over, we can go home and clean ourselves up and fuel mighty proud of the good work we have done. Who's game? Or is everybody game? Spring It If you have a now idea, spring it. This country has become great because its eit'u zens have had the brains to produce ideas and the courage to work thorn out to fruition. But don't expect to rovolu-tionix- e the world with one blast. Tho world is older than we are. It will bo horo after wo are kohw, and other brains will bu producing ideas that are a hundrud times butter than ours. Every big thing has a little bxinning. Because the idea is good it grows and thrivus Mild expands until it becomes great and of lasting bunwtit to many people. It may bu so with your idea, but it will not be co long as you keep it bottled up. Spring it. year I cloed. What wc have writ- May 7th, will be .Vejjt Sunday, ten we have written. The new year Kentucky's ninth May first has Just begun. i beginning Day. It was In Kentucky School If there arc bints nn the pace ot that this day originated nnd afterme pan, we cnnnoi emu- incm now, wards In South America. Kentucky's but we can, by God's grace, take governor wns the first governor to higher ground for the future. We ever itsue n proclamation inviting owe it to Cod, to our fellowmcn and nil people of the state to attend to ourtelves to live n victorious life Sunday School. Kaeh year thous. ns a church and as individuals. If nnds ef people hnve accepted the In sin is it reproach to any people nn vitation nnd have not only come on The thrifty housewife finds eminent satisfaction tionnlly, (and it is), Is Is much more this special day, but many of them so to the Church of the living God. have become regular in both the quality and the quantity of Food that we members of the The times In which we live challenge Sunday School. sell for the price that we charge. us to be strong .courageous and ef Invitations are being extended by tlcient. If the church fnils in the every Sunday School in Kentucky to We have catered to tho people of this communperformance of her tnk she would everybody in the state to come to ity for so long we know exactly what they want be n. guilty a the sleeping lighthouse Sunday School next Sunday. Specihow their tastes run and we buy to please them. keeper who failed to trim the lamps al programs will be observed in most as a wnmlng against the hidden of the school. Kvery one who nt If there is it family anywhere within reaching will rocks. The world problem tends will receive n cordial welcome distance that have not tried buying from us we ask fail of solution without the "light The Kentucky Sunday School As. of the glorious Gospel of Christ." socintion that has promoted this day them to give us a few orders. We believe that the rePaul' Injunction in Phil. 2:15 is "Do for the last ten years has been in sults will more than justify them. Quality, quantity nil things without murmuring or dis strument in awakening an cnthusl- putings; that ye may be blameless nsm in the Sunday Schools of Ken and price are a great combination nt this store. and hnrmlc., the sons of (od, with tucky thnt makes Kentucky rank out rebuke, in the midst of a crook near the top in the percentage of the ed and perverse nation among whom people of the state attending Sunye shine a lights in the world." day School, and In the character of Brother Manley delivered two the work that I being done by the helpful Gotpel messages last Sunday Sunday School. It has not only on "Agreement helped in the morning in getting the people to come with God and In the evening on "The to Sunday School, but It has also sugContrast between the Saved and the gested programs for that special day Hrgular Fxa nati jn Klementar Lost." Certificate, State t'ertificate an I and for following up the day, and At a business session of the young ha been the meuns of placing the For Common School Diploma State Diploma. People's Union Tuesday evening it llible in thousands of homes ltespectfully, in the was voted to hold their regular meet state. Jas. It. Ahnrr, County Supt. The Common School examination ings on Tuesday evening, at 7:.10 in The value of such a day ns this was will be held at llrynntsville, Manse, When we get ready to go bankof on Sunday evenings. stead recognized by nil right thinking citi and Friday and Saturday rupt we will buy a sissy for what Our monthly children's meeting zens of the state. There has been May 1.1 and Uth.. 1922. he think he is worth and give him next Sunday t It o'clock. We hope the heartiest on the Pupils belonging to the following away. to greet some new members at the part of the editors of the papers; the school will report nt llryantsvttte far close of the service. If you are rt leaders In Sunday School work of the the examination: lluena Vlta. Hick"I feel twenty years younger," is HaptUt, put your thought. Into ac different denominations; the pastors man, Ilryantsville, Mt. Hebron, Or what thousand have sakl after Tantion and unite with us next Sunday. and superintendents of the churches chard Grove, llrlght's llend, like lac restored them U health. Try It. Beginning next week on Wednc- - and Sunday Schools; nil who are en Academy and Maten. (It.) Storme Drug Store. day evening we will take ep the gaged in educational work and those Pupils who belong to Paint Lick: study of "The Seven Dispensations." who are the officers in our state, Copper Creek, linker, Carterville, W wish ta ex pre eur appreci Member are urged to be present and county and towns. These have all Woodsview, Hughlett, Ilethel, Union, ation to the Principal and trustee of friend from other churches are cor united year after year in knowing Walker, Nina, West Point and Manse the Ijincasler School for their hearty dially invited. and obeying the will of God. will be examined at the .Manse and also thank the peoThere nre thous ami kind hosChurch Notes ands of peopletill hundreds ofwho are School. of the other school of the ple for their support for the Play in Kentucky Pupil pitality rendered u and county will be examined at the Court Saturday evening. Day anil not attending Sunday School Cradle Itoll Day coincide nt the church, and an earnest effort Is being House in Trustee ami Patrons of The following I sent out by Supt. Mt. Hebron Consolidated Christian Church. Special Commit made to add at least one hundred Sehool. tees have been appointed and nrc at thousand of these to the permanent Geo. Colvin: During the present year teachers' work to get out u large crowd at membership of the Sunday Schools of Laying Math Chicken examinations will be held a felows: Feci; Sunday School next Sunday. All Kentucky during 1022. 1. May 1!) and 20th., 1022. Itcgu- - Scratch Peed for young chickt, thnt who go will not only realize that lar Kxamlnntion for Klementary Cer- - make them grow. they have helped In a really worth Harrodtburg lee & Produce Co. namely, to get more while effort Commerce tificate.June HI and !7th., 1022, Itegu- - (5-- at.) 2. people to attend Sunday Scho- olbut if they go in time they will wit- Arranged 11 if National Celebration lar F.xnmination for Klementary CerSee our Tillioni Pure Johnton tificate, State Certificate, anil State ness the Cradle Itoll exercises, which County While Seed Corn. This corn A National Celebration, comemor-atin- g Diploma. will be given in the beginning of the won the Illue Klbbon at the Illinois the. colorful and romutic "Days 3. July 28 und 20th.. 1022. Sped- Sunday School period in the audiof '19" has been arranged by the nl Examination for Klementary Cer State Fair at Chicago lait year. torium. The.e exercises have alIludion A Farnau. Sacramento, California, Chamber of tificate, held In all the counties ways been very beautiful and very Commerce and will In- - held In that Special Kxaminntlon for State Certi-- i $1,000 00 to loan if application helpful. They will be in charge of May tlcate held at the Department of Kdu- - made at once. Abo want to buy Mr. Harry Anderson, Superinten- city on Members of hte Sacramento Cham- cation, Frankfort, Ky econd hand safe the Cradle Itoll Department. dent of Lancatter Hulld-.n- g railed a guarantee of $100,000 J. September 15 nnd 10th., 1022, She will be assisted by some of the ber and Loan Atociatlon. upon which the Sacramento Clearing teachers of the Primary Department. House advanced $75,000 to finance The choir, under the leadership of the preliminary arrangements. Mrs. Mae Hughes Nolnnd, is renderCommunities throughout Califoring some fine music these days. with Sacramento and nia The singing on Raster Day was ns the result will be one of 'the most good as the best. New voice are being added anil the singers practice unuiual celebration in history. One of the features will be n typievery Thursday evening. Special cal Gold Kuih Mining town of nearly numbers are given nearly every 200 buildings erected under the di Sunday morning and evening and the Chamber people are enjoying the music very rection uf the Sacramunto This feature alone represents an much. outlay of $S50,00O. The minister anil two or three othmining sections were The er men, constituting what is known combed old relics, anil the Women's for ns a Gospel Team, will go to Fair-vieHureau of the Chamber conducted a next Sunday afternoon to city wide campaign to revert to the Supdny School and to constyles nnd fashions of the Gold Days. duct special services following the Sunday School hour. This and other Gospel teams from the churches will go to other churches in .Memory of Mrs. Samantha the county during the summer To Sebastian month for services in the morning or afternoon or evening as opportunlleing spared in the providence of ities may be given them. They are God to a ripe old age, her Christian Nothmg will help more than good seed bed especially nnxieu to help the church, experience became riohur, with the preparation. en which do not hav regular ser- ytmro. vices or that may want help in remy privIn the short lime it w The only way to prupart ami citHlvatu your viving Sunday School or employing ilege to know her, feol that I grew ground is to thoroughly pulvorlut the clods and ministers. in grw, and in the knowledge of mulch the top mII to hold the mohHtiio. our Lord and Saviour, Jeu Christ, Good yet, I cannot do her Justice. The CULTLPACKEK is tin. only tix.1 that will She was plain, simple nil straightThe auditorium was packed to its do both. (Jet one and raise bumper crops. manner, tender heart-i- l capacity last Saturday evening, to forward In her toward all suffering the value see the pupils of the .Mt. Hebron Trices on gomline Denham CULTI-PACKEsehool put on the play, "Valley of such n life cannot be estimated "ess than factory prices today. Farm," which they rendered s per- this side of eUrnily. Although she fectly several weeks before. It wns had passed the age of four score 3 HORSE CULTI-PACKEdone just as well lint Saturday eve- your, her face like her character was $65.00 ning and the audience was (Might-Ju- l. without a wrinkle. She wu beau-tifu2 HORSE CULTI-PACKE$60.00 thought one in death. Hur The receipt amounted to J7B. Mitn Kmmn and Kate Holtzcluw about death was she whs "going were the leading characters in the home." When celebrating her eighty-nint- h play and much credit U due them for birthday she said "thU will be my its success. She was grunted lust one here." Hog Law In the great pleusure of gathering her The House of Standard Merchandise. grandchildren unit great grandThe ordinance requiring that all child, hogs be removed from the city limits children and other relatives about of Lnncater, went into effect May her bodtide. Moral ' design from Ileautlful 1st., and will be enforce!. Abide friend and members of the family, by the law, gentlemen, and remove filled the rooms in which he retted your hogt. tokens of love und esteem. May Ills choice blessings be upon Tun lac build up the weak, run -down system and makes you feel all who remain and may they be an . strong, sturdy and well, as nature In. unbroken family around His throne, A Friend. tended. Storm Drug Store. (It.) is the prayer of Hungry People GOOD ENJOY EATS CURREY & GULLEY fr EXAMINATION Christian Sacramento Chamber Of i GENUINE DUNHAM CuLII-PnCf- ii w at-tu- TRIBUTE Better Farming Will Pay Entertainment R R l R Force HASELDEN BROS. Saturday Special Cedar Oil Polish 50c size bottle Of fiwCIS The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky Thursday, May 4, 922 1 1 DO NOT READ THESE ANNOUNCEMENTS UNLESS YOU M 0 if ARE INTERESTED IN EXCEPTIONAL VALUES AT SUCH LOW PRICES SILK and LINEN MIDDY SUITS, regular .$18.00 garments, while they last $12.50. What do you know about $12.50 GABERDINES, POPLINS and WASH SATIN to close at $7.95 and mind you we have one lot ridiculously low, but good, at $4.95. They are sure enough Jack Tar Dresses, White with Blue and Red Collars, also Blue trimmed with White. Sizes 6 to 20. MILLIN ERY On your mind a hecominj; HAT, pHrtictilar prices for par- Suits U3 Off but all there-i- n What tlo you know about your foot ladies until you try those OXFORDS, We PUMPS and STRAPS. have included 100 extra pair to meet your ideas at our prices, on quality and workmanTWO-THIRD- ship. COATS ticular people, $3. and $5. Hats i of original value, but more practical, than you To introduce just ten can imagine. Serge Dresses at $9.98. S at $3.85 and $4.85 j We cater to Ladies and Children seeking substantial and reliable merchandise Lancaster's Busiest Corner. i Mi- I I "Meet me at Joseph's." .'ban Kmnnird a hat ri'turn- - j Gossip About People v? A Arid i I ' aftrr fru-nd-. fw day vmiI with Dan- - i of Verailli, metertMl tu I.ancater f Chiittantm. l.ttsitt vinit friend. Sunday afternoon arriTfd Ttiumlay nml w with Mr. Ml Mary l.ee I.enr, whu teache in if. Mary l.n;an. on PanvtMe trrut. the city wboul In Verallle returniil Mr. Joe Kranci spent Monda in Mr. and Mr. Sam HaivhU'ti tpunt with thrm. I rxingten if in IxinctMii thi- - kuv4 I Sunda Mr. lluhlmrd and Mi I 'arm el in Mr K. C. (iainrs mm in Danville Mr. and )lr. Itobcrt Kmliry. ItabiniMin were mar He. I Saturday at siting Thursday. r Jfdw Smmmi i in l.cxtnctan, the .Methtdit parMinaKe by Itev. Mr. and Mr. Huh-barf I.trfeille. vuitinir hi mother fur a fw dnya, I'rire Smith. Mr. It. K. Hughe. Mr. and Mr. Kdd Ilaker were Sunwill be at home tu their many Ifflfur iroitiK tw Narth Carolina. Sunday her. prnt day afternoon guest uf Mr. and Mr. d friend at the Knyle Iloue on f Mr. John L ArnttW and wiftt, KInt Smith. treet. Mr. It. I. lilantan spent Saturday Vnhtni:U)n, D. C, arc vWtini: ' m Danville with friend. Mr. nnd Mrs. Harry D. Itice were A. T. Amlenon, J. A. llenxley, A. Hom and Mr. Kimi. Mr. Sunday guest of Mr. Zeba Thoma, Luca Fter spent Tuwwlay K. Walker, Kil Dauherty, James .Mr. Mr. Kd Kom and Mr. and Mr. Hrattun, Clay Kautfman, Kom lla-ti- n of Lexington. with Mr. MM Slmpn. Medamc Wm. Walker and Henry Jhn Arnold viitiil thoir uncle, Mr. and Charley Sander, of this city, Mr. I). (Julley has returned after Uk' I.tinn, f Danville lat week. composed a delegation that attended Tuttle spent Wednesday with Mr. a few days tay in N'ichulas-ll- l A. .V. Merida. Mi .Wdllr N'eliml. nf llnmilten the Maionic banquet at Mrs. Carrie Davidson, of Lancas Friday eveninK. Ml Mattie Bsle. f St. l.oui. ('WKe prnt the week-enwitfc her ter was the recent visitor of Mrs. Mo , i the miwU of rijaUe here. mother, Mr. Mne Hucho NalaniL entertained John Donaldson. Mr. (I. (I. Crime Friday evening with n "towel .how-er- " Lexington, hi Mr. Ike Dunn, of Mr. Ituben Prnther, of McCreary, Mr. II. A. II. Markibury, Mr. and for Mr. Harry Itice nee Ml totting her parents, Mr. and Mr. Mr. (ky .Sutton and Mi visited his son, Mr. Hoy Prather, nnd Mary Kliiahclh Thoma. The decoration II (iullry. Prnther, Thursday . Arnold were in Stanford .Monday. were of ward rooes and the Ire, Mr. Mr. and Mr. Wm. Steel nnd litrake ami bonbons matched in color. Mr. W. It. Ck, ( Daavtlle, k Mr. and Mr. It. .tamer will leave twenty-fouw h her mother, Mr. K. - Owsfajr iwxt week for (Juruinny, i;uet w'ere pre-en- tle son, Karl, were vittors recently an ex- About of Mr. and Mr. Joe ltrevver, of Nina. I.exlliKton Heruld. r a few- tlay. tended vtit tu relative and friend. Mrs. Jame Yanti ami son, Her.-rhe- l, Mr. K. U Owley .of thli place Mr. Marshall Denny entertained e spent Saturday night with .Mlotw Kate and Lillian Kinnaird while in l.exinutuii Saturday, y at a lunchrtm Tuesday, honoring Mlssj C. It. Henry and Milton Ward. ontertuined a few friend Tuenlay I'lioe-ni- x j fell in the lobby of the Annie Itoyiten. Mr. and Mr. Henry Vater had for evenine in honar if Mi Annie liny. And Hotel painful tustalned Sunday guest Mr. nnd Mr. Mr, (iowan llourne, of ton, uf CmVs Mr. ami present she is confined their bruises. At John Ynter and children, of Judmn. Danvillv, spent Friday here, tho MU lliah Dawrai ha rvturnetl tu to her bed at her home on Danville guest of relatives. Mrs. Wm. Sutton wn the guet a lwiy iniprovtnc. her Hume in Hryanttville after pend-ini- f ircet and i Her numerous friends hope for her a portion of last week of Modamos M ami Mil Dorothy Hallew teveral day with her aliter. Ml Carrie and Cuy Davidon, of LancasAmy lUwr at ltarker Hall, (itHirire-town- . speedy recovery. Mry llrucr, f Stanford, were ter. vwitftr Sunday. Thine from a distance who attendMr. Jnmes Yanti and son, Ceorge, Samanthai spent the week-enMm Mary llrwn i vWting her Mbk Marituret llrudnhnw, of Dan- ed the funeral of Mrs. with Mr. and grandparent, Mr. ami .Mr. Ckirint ville, Mien Stella Mae ami Kdna Sebastian were Mr. W. M. Hogie, two Mr. Homer Highland, of Carters-WilIliU, of Ilitfkeyi'. Mie llnxel ami daughters, Mrs. It. I. I.oni: and liraves. uf Paint Idck. Francis, Mr. and Mr. Al4wt UmiHo were kuvt of Mi Ada daughter, Mi W. C. Clark ami son, Mr. Mr. K. I.. Owley. Mr. Km Mil-- . Mae Potter Sumhiy. l.oui Noel, of Nicholasville; Mr. and Karl, and Mr. were visitor Sunday of Mr. n n and Mr. W. It. wre I.Mrs. Tori Chestnut, uf Lexington ami Mr. I.imi Jouph will leave .vlth- - Mr. and Mrs. Walker Hrudshmv, Mr. and Mr. Milton Ward ami Mr. C. vwitr U. Henry. in the next ten ilayit for (iermany and Mr. L. T. Hrndshaw, of DanMr. U. I). StM4H, of Mrs. J. - Yanti ami Master Her, aad will attend the Obvrammerunn ville; Mr. and Mr. Joe Johnson and Km ben vMting her daughter, Mrs. viojtor alio uxtend l'a4n llay, ami will pountrie. hor Mill, I'. II. and Mi Luaie llscte, chel Yanti were Mr. J. II. the wt K I. Hrown nnd Mr. Hrown. Adams, week uf Mr. ami vkdt t other fureixn uf llerea. of Danville. Mr. Harry IIuiUmi ha rwlurswd .Mi Jan MutiHt wa in l.uxlnuton r, Utile Mi Ituth Kmbry, of from a ploant visit t Iwr Mother, Snturdny ami attendeil the annual ha returned home after a visSprtimJloU. Child Burned Mi. I'huMttM at which the lluti-niMay Day WukfHt, with her grandparent, Mr. and Hilly Hiver, the little bright Imby it ami l'rofeioal WumenV club Mr. Artlwaa Currey i in Dm Mr. Tern Yanti. V. W. C. A. cafeteria. Imy of Mr. and Mr. Luther Peyton, at the vihV. th uHt uf her ilauirhter, Mr. Margaret White, who is atMi wa painfully burned but Monday KMter (Saint and Mr. Oiuii. At the third annual meetiny uf the morning, by turning over n small tending school at Umcaster. spent with her parent. Mr Mian Susie lteyi.l.U. of Stanford, Kentvrky I'lawiral Aaourintiiw whk'h bottle of nitric acid, the fluid causing 'the week-enha Ihivh ta-- wtwk-vnu"t f Ijh-ri- r wa held in I.extnirtoM I'Viday and severe burns on le and body. He and Marcus White. K. I'. Superintendent Saturday. h Mi friomh. WbiW hr Carrie and IleubUi V.tur ii doing nicely. Kud uf thi city wa- - a member uf thr ItaltiHMin-lIubnMrand Mr. Cene Scott attended a party committee. the "I :itw Tuurnammt" Lackey Makes Good .Saturday night, given by Mr. I t ard Nave, of LwcoIm. Itichiml Lackey, wur local bmteball Mr. and Mr. William Ijiii.- - an I catcher, ha signiid with the Mt. Ftonnie Mae and Sterling toam uf the Utile Grot Lea- son ,Blm, Ml .Savanna motored to Itichmon.l gue and caught kU rirtt uomu Ut Sunday in LoximtUiH. "Diek" w the iaod nt:it the day Mwnda. Mr. and Mr. Wm. Whittakr, catcher in Central Kentucky y and we predict he will make .Mitsw Bthvl ilarne. Mattic lleuiah Cwhb and l.averae Whittaker attend-e- l Hood. uhureh -- Sunday at Pleasant Hill To our CiiHtouier.s: Robinson-Hubba- rd f Mrs. Alfred Poynter and son. Monday, .May Sth., we exteml a Saturday evening at 7:40 Domtbl, and Calvin and daughter,! Im1 lleKinniiiK' tiHMlyi, sHNt the vk-enwith Mr o'clock the marriage f Mis credit of ONE WEEK ONLY. All bills to he paid and .Mr. Kdwin Hub- (ireun 1'oynter uml family, of llobinn Saturday nivrht or on .Monthly moniinn followiiiL'. bard took place at the Hngle Huuie Msm Daysde Kunnel 5 and Mr Ho not Jisk for any other terms as we have no in thi city, Mr. Kngle being an nunt of the bnih). Mr. Hubbard i Jawo SeliMtian. of Cunns Chapel, Ix other. the oldest daughter of Sheriff and were married April -- Uth., at NichoWe appreciate your business and ask for a conMr. Jammi Itobinsou, nnd is well lasville. Their friend here w.sh for known and popular In the city, hav- them much happlnoo unit prosper, ty tinuance f fume. ing for the putt year or more clerked through life. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hume for W. II. Hull, Mr. Hubbard were I formerly from Mercer county, but hosts Sunduy to a dellchius dinner, expect to locate here, permanently, the following being preent; Mr. and going Into the merchandise, businet Mr. Turn Turner ami little daughter, Public Square. Itev. Price T. Julia, Mrs. Jake Foley ami Mis in the near future, Phone 206. Taylor, Missus Lucy, Nollie and Smith of the Methodist church per Vertie Turner. formed the ceremony. S 0iiji Mirti el On Omloo tiul byTlwM Wi An Inttmttd In. rpturninl Smith ha nt rWt with Mm. S. P. aftrr a p ! Turner, in I.fxlnntan. Mi l!t4r Annie Ituytton i IcavinK Sunday fur Chicago after a delightful vit to her parent, Mr. and Mri. J A. ltoyton. Mi i GUY. Mi .Maud Vater i vimting Stan- CUT PRICES OIN ALL FLOUR ford relatives. Mr. .. T. Itice, Sr., of Itichmond, pent Tueday night here. Mrs. John Donaldson left Sunday for n visit with Itichmond friend. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Walker spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tuttle. Ti.nkerslcy Mr. and Mr. Simon moved Thursday into their new-hom- Dr. W. and ('. MeCauley, Mr. Mi Harriett MeCauley, Mr i J't, I I BEGINNING AT ONCE WE WILL GIVE 3 CENTS OFF ON ALL GRADES OF FLOUR. SI. 22 LexitiKton .Maid Flour Lexington Cream Flour SI. 22 Lexington Special Patent (paper bags) $1.02 Lexington Special Flour (cotton bags) $1.07 ALUMINUM WARE 99 cents as long as it lasts. We carry a complete line of Groceries, Shoes, .Medicine Dry Goods and in fact, everything to be found in a Country Store. d H. A. MOORE & SOPS' POINT LEAVELL, KY. if shn!) be punished by a tine of not li than ten dollar nor more than i one hundred dollars, or by imprisonTo Prohibit Drinking of Intox- ment for not less than live days, nor icating Liquors in nny Public more than thirty days or by both Place, Passenger Coach, or uch fine and lmprionment. Vehicle or About any Depot,' Section No. J. This Ordinance its passage shall be in effect Platform, Waiting Station or and publication of upon as required same Room And Drunkenness on by law. Paul F. Morrow, Clerk, The Street or Road, or in W. F. Champ, Mayor. Itlch-nmn- AN ORDINANCE itr. 1 dsn-tnnad- . d Any Passenger Coach or any I- f- - fr r' t. Mes-dam- arci-ilentl- Uin-tast- d e. Ck Stdty. Lex-:ngto- Un-caste- Scratch Feed for young chicks, that No. 1. That nny person make them grow. Section Harrodsburg Ice & Produce Co. who shall at any public place, or In or upon any pa.enger coach, or in or upon any vehicle, commonly uid for the transportation of paengers, FOR SALE or in or about any depot, platform, Single Comb Hrown Leghorn waiting station or room, in the City Egg, 1(1 for 73ct., 100 for of Ijincaitcr, Ky., drink nny intoxi $1.00 in Lancaster. 10 for cating liquor of any kind or If nny $1.00, 100 for $3.00 prepaid person hall be drunk or intoxicated within the third zone. in anv nubile or private road or on One good three year old mule. the street or In any pa.enge concur, j l .. .. One three year old Jersey .I.tl-. I....1.I.H.. ...I ..I calf, a good one. One at any public gathering, in the city Canopy oil brooder. of Lancaster, Ky., or if any person I want some young steer that shall be drunk or intoxicated at any will weigh between oOO and 700 Ky , place in the City of pounds. and shall disturb the pence of any person, he shall be guilty of a misErie C. Fatri, Box 173 Lancaster, Ky demeanor and upon convict, on there .) -.cow-ani- Other Public Place or Build- $1.00; Sugar, (j'icti. per lb.; large ing, or at Any Public Gath- can Peaches, Oct..; lOOcts. to the ering And Any Other Place dollar, 10 ounces to the pound. Where The Peace is Disturb- You save the difference at It. J. Kngle' Store, ed Within The City of LanNear Depot. caster, Ky., And to Provide Laying Chicken Mash Feed; A Penalty Therefor. 1 HA KG A INS Good Patent Flour, Be d d d Fresh Fish Why pay others IS or 20c for the same kind Hoi'-.- - INOTICB S ft bt I to-ia- (i'l.uanteeil a jfcmt as Paint other store .sell at ?:!.ro. Three Sack Dukes Smoking Tobacco lOcts. One inn Velvet Smoking Tobacco lOcts. loots, ears Carnation Milk lOcts. lOeis. cans Carnation Milk 5cts. !tK:t Tires . in $1.75 IVr-incl- d U:i- - Tires .12x1 .Tlx I Mx l lxl Tires I I $7.25 . $8.50 Tires ires ires . r . . $12.50 $13.-1- 8 $n.75 $i2.98 Scott & Ruble Sanders Variety Store uiurTomato Plants for sale. The Red Front, LANCASTER, KY. Cahhnk'e. Mn-liiu- I The Central Record, Lancaster. Ky., Thursday, May 4, 1922 ORGVING RADISH IS EASYMATTER Garden Docs Not Seem Complete Without Short Row or Patch of Vegetables. RICH SOIL CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK THE BANK THAT ALWAYS TREATS YOU RIGHT. EDITORIAL Home Loyalty ItOOSTING A TOWN IS IMG UUSINKSS WE CAN ALL ENGAGE IN. And what makes It a particularly happy pastime is due to the fact you are Identified with a bunch of "Good Fellows" when you work with the Boosters of a community. Hefore Kohitf further we want you folks to stop and read the list of Lancaster Husinoss Men nml Women whose names are uppended herewith. You will be impressed with the fact thnt these people are HEAL BOOSTERS of LANCASTER In every sense And there arc pinny more just like of the word. them, both in the business and citizen life of this JOSEPH'S EXCLUSIVE LADIES OUT- Notice Bids Wanted Hide will lie rrcrivrd by the Fiscal Court of (Jnrrnrd County, on MAY nth., 1022, far repairing the following FITTERS ONE PRICE OUR nntl QUALITY MOTTO. MOST IMPORTANT TURNPIKES IN GARRARD COUN. Almost Any Variety It Good, Main Difference Bting in Type of Root It It Cool Weather Plant and Grans Quickly. C. K. ENGLE GROCERIES EVERYTHING AND NOTIONS. KINNAIRD BROS. Dralrri In TY, KENTUCKY., year ending December 1st., for the IV'i'i. The nnll!i l practically n Uniterm I tcgctnhlc. It Is now In tin market tin year nnitinil nml rnrcly Is there n ciirden planted wlrliout ut leat ti short row or small patch hrtMilcust to theie pungent itppctt-eut lli. garden. There Isn't it (."'it dUTcrctice- In tlic vnrluiij kinds of nil Mli offered for sale by the seedsman unci nJtuost ntijr of them will tic wo-iefu- city. You will also njjree with us, friends, thnt these Business Firms, and in fact all the business people of Lancaster are not only Kood Boosters but dependable servants of our purchasing public who are anxious and ready to serve you with merchandise and DODGE BROTHERS CARS, GOODYEAR MOTOR TIRES, THE BEST. TUBES, ACCESSORIES Tin I innln difference tin- - Is In nlmt nny oni' spiked uixl j mi will lime good rwllshcs If tin Burden conditions arc sttlinhlf fur crowing good radl'-h- r ut nil. In ttii South tin- - rnill'h run In rrowii outdoors iilumst nil winter ex vtit In the roliler sections, pluntln;.- helm: mmle every ten iluys or two weeks fur ttccclon. In the N'orth It Is the firt vctfetilhle tn go Into tlie ground In the Hiriii ; In Met. it kIuhiIiI he planted in (iii us the foil cmi Ih' wortd, n It ! quite Imply nml wim'i he hurt by n little frost. It It Cool Weather Plant. It In ii ihI weather plntit and i:ih ! o rrtmn flcHillly nml qnlfiiiy. weather or n ilry either selvlm-check In crow tli. result In hollow, pithy nun, which lire iillte wnrthle l'iil iitul fnlrly moist conditions make the crisp, solid, toothsome everyone relishes In the curly ilnjs of spring. . Of the white Icicle bus lit tnlneil treat opuliirlty ami In n fine ruilhdi. It I excellent In life summer when other tjn nre not at their best. In me of ilouht. French HrvnkfnM In the olive shade, Scnrlet tUube in the round, uih! some of the 'JO day sieclaltles ran lie recommended. Aloof the Ions; scarlet tjpos C're tuu'li the sntne result, the Improvement In the nener varieties heltig In regular Ity and unlfnnnlty of growth. Radish soli mutt he rich and line nnd deeply worked. It Is liest to have the manure due In during the fnll or If this has not done It lmiilil l.e well rotted ami well Incorporiited Willi the soil u the spring, ltmllshes will of them anil onler lie type of root. Stick n hik'I Mindly on J. F. HOLTZCLAW HOUSE FURNISHINGS service at prices and involving quality they can afford to stand back of. THAT WILL MAKE THEM REALLY WORTHY OF YOUR PATRONAGE AS NEIGHBOR WITH NEIGHBOR. But back to Boostin. us R. H. BATSON'S CASH STORE CLOTHING, SHOES AND GENTS FURNISHINGS. The thought occurs to R. that YOU CAN'T SAW WOOD WITH A HAM-METhe particular "hammer" we are referring 'Everything For The House." to is the one used when a person spends money away from his own community for purchases THAT CAN BE MADE .IL'ST AS SATISFACTORILY AT HOME. It is the same hammer thnt has beaten into insen- J. E. DICKERSON AND SON LADIES WHERE srl, OUTFITTERS nidl-hc-th- nt THE THOUSANDS SHOP. radl-dii-- F. B. MARKSBURY AND COMPANY EAT MORE Don't knock. BREAD when you can not GeorKu Washington Hour made from selected soft winter wheat unexcelled for fine Is-e- cakes, biscuits and pastry. The Boaster. backwurd loHiinl the verse of u -- sibility the towering hopes of many hustling American towns that would have otherwise made cities ' worthy theiame. In other words, however small the habit of some Lancaster citizens may be in spending their money away from our city. TO JUST THAT EXTENT ARE THEY OBSTRUCTING THE PATH to the big, wonderful goal we have elected for ourselves. It is not the intention of the Lancaster Business Men to dictate to you good people in this matter. They are mor than appreciative of your fine patronage of the past anil their anticipation of the future is only inspired by their eager desire to make "possible a Great Forward Movement for Lancaster and Lancaster property owners ami citizens. AND THE FOUNDATION FOR THIS RESULT MUST BE A FINANCIAL FOUNDATION that calls for keping every cent of these resources within ourto the advanselves to be and tage and profit of we Lancaster folks. This kind of HOME LOYALTY means good times for Lancaster: EMPLOYMENT for those who need it and PROSPERITY for all. re-spe- nt FRANCIS-SMIT- H , MILLINERY AND up.to-dnte. NOTIONS. The man who Anht-oii Ima-- w Is wnlklng prvcl-plce- To Rr:' r Handwriting To r . Ulolie. the j. tlmi i ttri'in: ' ii ! ( i ariiel' A jtimitonlit This from any enni uintm er will ii di. acritoi t, The I!.i'i. linn I Souvenir. Tr.-ncrl-pt llrtl SL3'- -' Policy. If frleiuN lo n suv eminent fortwnr the) put It In the tjielr iii-tiintpower of u few deenite Itten to ruin the welfure of llw.e who are Miperior to Iheni III trenmh hriI luii'in. short-sighte- i . her " recently ran .lory: "She held out .voun;: tnuii took It and del Worthy of All Honsr. Is hut ibe ereilHti of a mini's IhiihI. Mild it Hue! ine Is hut n toiHph-iimiI. And he il .ti intents a First Coitly Error. nMiiiiiffi- i- tli.- - i tter nntl the -If we Isstl tr life to live over Benin velllf'ni of ii.mhi.1l' co Varil we heJItne m do !ettcr In onm wiijk. nvoid'n? the mlitiike, for ln Maine o' if. 'hc l.i hKike imr wife's No Hard Feelingi. ' t home the llrst time relative- IHner the ehiinir Wait-e- r they chiii. vlli us. Ohio Stnte uln't no rhaaae: dot's muh If Thtie Radlthts Had Not Oecn Journal tip." IlBer "ItMt I tlldn'l 1.41 Jtrtl Thinned They Would Not Have WMlter- - "I Mi. 4hr' nil to Inive It." Been So Perfect in Shape. Why Should He Be Surprised? rlnht. hits. All's fursetnil lurhHtHf A C'tlture will crop out Huston kotHetllHe." Umtn ft. crow- - utmost anywhere If the soil U Kolf player wrlt.- -t ;i. the Outlook tell-Inrich ami In iiIiiiom nny Kort of soil how his cuddle ttnve hint u hit of HuasMphy. Ctf clny. I'lny Mill need to he s surprise. The pilfer Ion I pluyed his it.' "I alf whlnlna with shc or sand nml coploiii. hull Into the roiiali. Hint they l.ml 0 l ;tti hs it niiulmi- nwn." mm ' dressings or manure spmlcd Into It If ahiMit civ en It up for n htti h.t. ' tl ' jtte man tn' t lite Mu.'-- ' ' mi I Mies ure to tin their heM In It the JoUHMticr'M til IIn.i It. n Ihch I i. inn fo' 't eepln l Ituillshc uiuy he sown hrouihiut I 'Id he duller. "( tin' h : iitii:rvtiitiiMllrull)-ortte.. .lltnt not Muttered too Kt It. lulaler"? the seed litis hid. ltulln ' '' Jliek-- H' "leof iiatclt. thickly or In rows us close together the hu Mloft. he exi hiinieil triumphnx six Inclics. antly: ".Mh.nhlle iltrtu"- it s round I" Hedgehog and Porcupine. Clean Up Rubbish, I!ntir, Trunscriiit The hetlcehoK and poreupJae are en--I t.'leun up lut ; cur's khiiIvii If this tlndy different faiirtltw Tlte tnm uum not uttemleil to In the full. All hedsohotf ihxtt not ttstir In this nmn-- j nml lingers rcinmiiita of cuctiihle try. Tlie tstreuplti' l foiintl in nth together utel he Ktitherctl must the Old nnd New World. The old ir-THIRD FARMERS' ol hunicd. llils will ilenlroy Ihe ami fosMirlul. cuplne nre lerre-lrlllinumeruhle Insists. Weetls kIioiiIiI while the ,h-Icfun I In thK hemis' hut ilo not likewise he phere are Hlx.reHl nnd hoi finouirtul. BETTER SIRE SALE ileiitroy liiuli'lic which have he-i- , pl.iccil over linril) t)Hiits nml iinniiil Month When tha Earth Stir. ' eh rul). If Jiill li'KC nut ulrettilv Mlirth Is ti iiiolith wlteM the IntilU 100 PUREB3ED REGISTERED BULLS sprinkled llmest nut' over your KHnlen of my iintuie ilp- - toward tlte limn. urea, tills Is n koih! time to tin it h try. I u m uwuy. ureWlH eterythltiit HEREFORD spring freezlm: nml llmwiiu that the us It UHke oii( ttf it wlttle leep. ANGUS ami Ihe early ruins iohv lulp SHORTHORNS sireiriies urwM upwiini uml logs down luleurute ami ctirry Ihe lime wuter wartl. nml ilriuks utJdet uller k'ublet from bail htrJs In the Stata to b Into the soil to sweeten It. l.line U of yoiitik' uii"hlne. Jumes Mne auctionatl lo farmati especially hetietlclal to triipcs. itltetic friawd. Vo, uo- - "I U ' me it liapp' f asked I " ceptcd, t c i t 'itn r sir! to worry ". xrsansl the un-l- ,f.' rfsnlnr A titd imo-lilnt- '. l "lr "'her's u ex-le- Held-enet- l 't ') y pro-iei- ee i : sl ' 1 Hl s jiil. -- trr-O- Section .1: Dietrich p."Re from I.extngton pike to the end. with.. . rods of rock. Section 1: liryantsrille ami Tan 1. I'hoite 18 Public Square .rests ef reck. Yard pike, with Section 5: High H ridge piVefrom Nannie Jennings to Wisa Hurks. rods of rock. District No. 3i Kirks ville pike from Section I Hyattsvilte to llaekley. with. ..rods KENGARLAN of rock. Section 2: Kirksvllle pike from Mr. A. F. Sanderi, M.inaser. I Haekley to Madison County line. Groceries, Cigars, Tobacco, with. . rods of rock. Candies, Fruit. An excellent Section 31: From Klrksville pike . rods to Nina, with ef reck. Restaurant in connection. Section 4: Ilurkeye pike fr.iu Take your Sunday 6 o'clock Huckeye to Stapp's gale, with dinner with us. rods of rock. I Section 5: Huckeye pike from Stapp's to Kentucky Hirer, with rods of reck. j -- lien. f Section it: Poor ItWge pike from I ".Some f" I'nde IXen, "kin Huckeye pike to I'lea.int Hill School r In II Wuj fall I'.-Real Law 'House, with reds of rock. Ctat ' "SUe f.ill pulttn" l 'em Section 7: Poor Uldge pike from titinln" Money to lo.in on farms. Pleasant Hill school bouse to KenList your farm for sale priv- tucky River, with Cheerful Minos., rods of rock. We are prone to think of content- ately or at auction. Section S: Hack Creek pike from ment nnd hitpplnco n tlilni nfitr off Office over J. W. Smith's Store. Huckeye pike to Paint Uck Creek, which require tntich trtvlns fur. while rods of reck. with all the time they nwy he cli,. nt hnud District No. 4. If ue will hut keep otir eve and minds M. S. True c iitertrilnmetit "(eii Section I: Fnll Urk pike from rtieerfillHess of Iiillfl Slid . tlilttt: Mil Dudderar'.s to lUncoln Coonty line, ftrter tlml more than Mule moments HATFIELD rod of gravel. with of liMppv 'iHitait uitli oiht r cheerful Section 2CnrtcrsrUIe pike from twlitd" DENTIST Richmond pike to Woods View School Offic Tha Garrard Bank. House, with rods of gravel. Canny Youngster. Office S. rhon. Retldenca 376 Helen nnd IMIlh were Invited to a Section 2: CartemriUe pike from KENTUCKY l fmrty. and ns It wns quite n distance LANCASTER. Richmond pike to Woods for them to co nlone It wus decided to House, with rods of let Helen's brother poimld Co with s gravel. limn. Ills mother told him If they Section 8: Cartersville pike front itsfced hint to ntuy he could, provided they phoned and t"ld her Donuhl Practice limited Woods View School House, to Carrods of grovel. took the xlrls to the nd o.itil to diairnojinj; and tersville, with "J!r ttmiher anld I t""t I it it nnd Section 1; White Uck pike from correctinii defects too t'MiMde.1 vt ;li.-unt told ner by Richmond pike to Mrs. John Wynn'.s of KyesiRht nhoit! !l " the of with, .rods of gravel. fltttnir Section 5: White Lick pike from Removing Scatches From Glass. proper glasses. Slluht vruti'lies In slut.'. euH he DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. Mrs. John Wynn's to Paint with rods of gravel. itllshetl out h luli'.iirc with Opposite Gilcher Section C: Lowell & Cilllspic pike louce wet with wuter, IIm.h a U4e.'e of OBiea Hours 8 to 12 and Hotel. p.m 1 to S r.tu lie must stilt leather. Peeper from Richmond pike to the end, A he ground out with ir emery. with . rods of rock. (trk of tills h'l.t wheel Is Uselul ' Section 7: (Jooch pike from Point klniL Another forinul . tor a powder Leave! to the end, with reds of rub into scriitchc . si ptrit itw. to rock. IS :l tbwtrim irlM.li uml arThe be on sections, but e of the part hole; wet MINERAL DIRECTOR bidders bills will be restricted to one will nut t ilh Hue ticle slightly, then r Ufllre Over National Hank. -- r section. cloth Ulpped In this t" Said bids shall be sealed Residence I'hone 3. Olilce I'hone 27 and a bond will be required for Unnecessary. double the amount of the bid and I.ANCASTKIt, KY. A (onKreiCMtlon of ttevroet wus used sutd band shall be approved by the lo heurllic senuons tint i mn. Fiscal Court, and saitl bidder will llnunlly on hell utul eiertml punish, present with hi bid the name of Ills One hot summer d . merit. lint proposed surety or sureties. The preucher limde no meflllon of lidl. Ono bidding shall be per rod of 2!& cubic of the concrt'sutlim Nketl him why tin VETERINARIAN. feet and contractor will be required hud omitted It. ' Kvert thlnu In I)e IhuliHeXuel.ili ui ut Cells Answered Promptly Day ot to comply with his contract otherwise he replied. ninety-foi- l while wji u itretchiu dat his bond will be declated forfeited. NI(ht. I'hon. '317 otltlJlt.lt. Hell sik. (oh lUtdf, 1 All bills must be flits! with the CountA t ; KKNTHCK . reckun." ty Judge on or before May Cth, j Our Stock is kept nlive nnd Our prices nre right. Our nim is to fill your wants. ' Quarries will be furnished by the county on sections where county owns quarries, where none is owned by the County contractor must furnSaid metal shall be brokish same. en sufficiently fine to mss through u two Inch ring at Its greatest diameter. The breaking, measuring and spreading of snhl mrtnl shall be under supervlshtn ef county road engineer. Sabl turnpikes nre lakl off In sections as follows, to. wit: District No. It Section 1. Sugar Creek pike from Jas. Clark's irate to Three Ferks Sugar Creek, with.... red of reek. Section 1: lloemes Creek plk'e from Danville pike to the end, with ' . . .retds of reck. Section 3: Poor House pike frm j Kirksvtlle pike to the end. with rods of rock. District No. 2t .Section I : ML Hebron pike from (J. U. Thompsan's he use to MU Hebron Church, with, . .rtds of rock. : Mt Hebron pskc from SestioN Mt. Hebron Church to Sunnyaide i School Heun. with... rexls sf nxk HOTEL - i . s Green Clay Walker Estate And s - ar View-Schoo- .r DR. J. J. BVRINE oTO.urruisT it. par-Hul- l) Lick-Cree- . J. A. Beazlev Imi-p-- d ' Dr. Printus Walker MW-n- 1 I Later Garden Planting. I.utcr tsrdi'ii veuetnhles rsiilre Irst work uml less anxleiy, us rule, limn early ei;et utile. The null kIioiiIiI e neither tut hurt! to prepare lior hould It h ao slow to ueriuitute uml tn rt growing the plants us eurlj plantings. 11 THURSDAY, MAY 4th, At 10 A.M. BOURBON STOCK YARDS LOUISVILLE, KY. Advantage of Clover. When the ground In cultivated fields hard and dry in the growlnii heeoiii eiiiuli ue should know that tbe mill Is lulling for liuuiut. 'Hie beat bumm la uiail bjr gruwlug cluvw. That tajsi UniuJ Covrinmeol, tba Kentucky CoIUe of AgrUuitula nJ tbe banks ol ihe Slat. 9l aiwlorMHl by tk Ascribed to Unknown Itace. or shallow wells for the follee-tlo-n Odd Experience. of oil were found In the I'nlled ' One day I went sk.it.n. Tlie creek Slutei by the curliest etplon'rs. uml jwiis uhoiit a mile utti ffmi home, ure hellevtid titjiinvu heell the work of j After I had been ak.it s for solim I hut race which lived here before, the ery ImrtL I Indiana rnme from Aslu or Northern time It lietfun to knew thought I would skale tluwn 111 Afrloii. hr wlierever they did eoine bnntcli of the creek to u bridge Just a from. The belief Is that these pita few steps front the lioiue. I skilled for oil were dtu bjr thus." unknuwn und sksled before lltnlllia I hud gotta rjul tin.ii'itiuntulile peip wImi built iIuud the wronu brunch und wus ulxiut mounds In the ohm nnd Mississippi three miles from tioiiiit. It wus a vulleys. worked load ohm In KeaitH'ky strung experience, I tiiisat say. Shp-rland mlne-- copiwr 1.1 the I'll l Hunters Beware We positively will not permit fox hunting or hnntinvr of any character or trespassing on our farms. Any violators wilt be persecuted J. S. Schooler, Kdicur Price, V. A. Price, Joe Criscill!, T. J. Price, It. L. Klkln, 11. M. U'ur. It. L. Darker It. F. Parson, Marinda I.uni;wurtli, and J. P. Illattd. (Other numes wtll be iddod upon the payment of 25 cents) (tf.) 1022. The Fiscal Court reserves the right to reject any and all bids. IK VINE STAI'P County Road Engineer. High Price of Forgery. mgtia. lk tr eurs rut off. IkiHii.' and pfrptitiiHl 'T-rt- - Three hundred years n;n furgery in Ilrltaln was punlshahlo hy dHlh In earlier times mill. ti,.. pimMm.,,, standing In the plUrv. ktivluc M,, . stim m. tiriU jit Tho Central Record, Lancaster, Ky Thursday May 4, 1922 1 "DRED IN OLD KENTUCKY" i . mm feat i, Mimirrwii Mathnhoiil ctrsitr almost itale of lietflit for n ' TllC riYTTA IT icS I US ; iiLl "" AUL 'i eln.TaJ pt Better Sires For Sale The sire KRKI) is a iht- hcnl and the hah paying investment. bi-ttc- (!hildbirtk Mi ra-c- r - ai th' P ire GROWING EARLY PLANTS IN BWYfRD HOTPEP 12 BIG RUGGED POLAND CHINA BOARS FOR SALE AT A PRICK TO MOVE THEM QUICK. YOU wish thousands and DOof women to know howtliru motherhood thousands! have roiic without knowing some of the pains and discomforts incident Watch this corner every week i"'r bar Kama in all kinds Pure Bred Stock. to childbirth? Listen to tin's: it new tofcrtc ireful nail qutwemt. aprktic Httfl iwt tvtt y , t bey try tm t . t her Ai ii itault, iwv nervea, inn hut they twin in the WHdt. The nctwtwk of hmvt aeia.t the iMamnit the Mm, tna bnclc and Mifwr ton Ihrr part now lis r. AH t hetc iw stu m I gin ; mW ml on IB pttfMM unatual tum. !. lw Mother's I'tlend it utctl eitertwHy nwmr, and lit purpose, llini daily t to gnt.iMUy, gently and etferttvah i'U the muwki ami ncrvea (n vol veil in the function of child twain?;, to make ttW tktn toft, 4Uhi mmI rbttttc wt tlwt it may npand rwatly and naturally M the abdominal itatt rnlatce thereby re krvnnc the tennn anl Mr mi on these mukl.i ami nerve, of the otrterwttc severe ilaltmiMi Wefore delivery. Mn u. g 5j la 1MbWj4 a Dixie SANDERS BROS. & J. M. AMON, PROP. r ANPASTPR , KY Stock Farms. ; ii-- Mr 77iee nerre mutt br pniftml fWt in am enmiaitmJ. mutt vendition for ffit ctiti llml it CJ . IS . lt.llm.. l fab More Flowers Is Plan In Beautifying Homes beau-1.fm- St.. prntllnj. If thru; nrrvr are not snothed h1 ffukted, tltey nwy Kt up aggravate! nerve trmbm, liKfmtiflg in Mvtty from nmith to nwwith, mmrlimm rvm aJ TIiiiImth MartM tii'Uin St Mm na naraytki, Mar nwnwil riiiw i'iHiti i the mother to-- l in n rontlition stwaie mI or Imm li atin itMd the i unoblr, fully, tn tweet the test Wabii All M iWfi ratty MMIr, sshm the chmat of maternity afiive. WARNINQ t h- - tJuiitt Utt mw.iwwi thelxw-komlikuli- clmtntins in n nrvs mtlhtti stmt mntmut Itttimnr HUH mMhmt mtmu II Malhmtt rtm--l mm aat ffiwfi imm iAmI mmmh'I J tt'ift itaout it hmi mf ftm iirurhiWiM HaW m ttmtmt m m nttfaeafiaf th'r t fa wfa44f f awf witfl ii m lm Im I anAs t mfM; aaerr r 4fa imif jifciiwr mm- mt hl I, iiwi; aahiAf I. raly-i- f kjM frft iilftr W vorriii? Uird lr Cipectint Mothr lor Thru Qenerallont IIKAIIKIFLD KKflULATOR CO. I....M N am aaaf. ami ihwon MOTIIKNIIUOltaaila m Th IIAIIV. ail veMr J to Twa K KI El j I McROBERTS DRUG STOKEMcRORERTS v DRUG STORE 108 Daviess Farmers Show Orchard Methods - Agent J. W. WhitehuUM In Count methxl ef fuliiiwniK reeumm'Hrei oare aatl maiioifemeitt, .Mr. trrhri Dunmc Uik Win orrturil were trnJHwl nn4 rven the ilormant urny whleh wai the rtxllinic ftiHowe.l reeently h) rT- I'rwapeeU tor it kimmI fru t . m in Davie ounty are liet tt-than thev have Iwen fir a num- vnt White Cunty l.tr .f 'k'U'i' a.lile.l. Whitehou ter, nil the ni-.t- r. Marked impruvement in the oreh-- r l of lhi nevtiiin f hi- State w number i'ite. a f'll-- w 'hr f .lemoimtrati'-ni- i bemic tnlucteil farmer who b I0s with th. l'..I!eit" of ,,r nl ;riU!ure extension 'IivumiII ri.rl tr - )u' Best w.j lo pay for HOME. Best Inirslmcnt for SURI'LUS FUNDS $1,000 TO LOAN on City Property only. Ask the man who hs payed for his home through the Building and Loan Association Lancaster Building & Loan Ass'n J. f.. Robinson. President. Miss Sue Shelby Mason, Secly-Trea- HHMtMIMHI Co-operative Selling PROFITS farnn-- Hint to T i i !. i - BOOSTS POTATO II l. i. hi ! ! lt.it.- 'nj Ii K nf ! ' i.m'Im 'ml ' l,w n . ..;r II r. r ili ' r. t MiCrarkfii um-.- I in tit havi' marki-tm- a Potato eltt accHint to l.oHMty It. IlrTtl. Mor than ltHHI 'unei nave iteen anippen m jr methi at a net prvrtt f 15ct. i tiu.hr! above lieal price. crup, .aniae J. in .iup..nt tu ... .ne.r o..l' ee. ( .i.ni. i' hm;-.i.- "r"'1 f '' r h- - j . tbnuw(l tttm ,,,lBII - j earn ' pid. i. - t. . ,. it' ' i ,., i i e i ,,r, , r(,,. h;ey tirntM. Imalllv, ami paxk It fnl Th. Hank Manure if mtm af Hi rf mnnare. befnre t4nt ptoreil bi the pll Il antmM b ( I'i'HW' awnMii-- r ihN year ta mtHv a atmnM he tntlieil ntiT nr twlee Im a plh la oeiti-- r In een rnW aartteti Ii) natilni Hie mM tt the ntaltahle It may tlieti be parfct IM" the aeii. Ht tanly h better lMleK holheil pit awl t rami I iwitfwiiilv t t bK by pteathtc wettt, nf I be lanttttH hathit aaane are It HHIM) wWe nnl l feet tnar. ami the iie .f Tlte Ural r i( .vrtl' tn ult llie htmiII hut II l tir.v the heil hnnhl be plniilitl .WmiM MnmtH-- r nf aaea etaplnjiHi. A frnne' tttal lb.- Im- - the vers wurk ivf bnartbi Is ti. l'l linhi-hull hit - imtainahte liHttt-ai-Thiiih an- ahtM l aeetjre the at rhi- - hai'k ami abent 12 lmhi utabijnt". nf r4iahl mA tna ainl In fwnt .iter tlm manure. a Httle llte In Mill over a let HIW til' In uppnrt th ah bfeklnc tip th- - mt that wtH he Uie for Thermometer. iii4ii for ptantuu: AbnW .1 nr I Inehi-- nf tine cunlen Nlm tint miateil by the MaMj I" -- pteait esinly ner the iniililire ularHil ami Mtavti adtertlaH noteltSi. baini ami the hel all. iil to tiui'l fnur r Imt attek In the taHttartt, any 0e ihiy in ssnrm tip ami arbHU. iltie lb- - ! At ain. may Hri the timwrHtiiri' nf bntjM he rbtrhta ran ml her lilsd. nml It the the '.el miMnl. ihi thmri' ) ii-- l In la heat nnviiuni retttifnl ami plnrt- rler It mmI to begin t4anlln.' the This ran In It early lieforti ihi- an lrli tie tti'trrmlni-i- l hy plaiitlti n ttHUMeil. I'etkMp the eih ean with the hillh iiIhhiI three (rntH Ux-ibalr. If mil, hebm the MrfHfe nf the mil. i"l In aunjie iIhhiUI c in a helms-- . etty, i tiw eeiU may le TkealeinHralnri in.lil fall liefi-"nre ilnlltel. leetei-In aMple time When tliey nre mt Htnil-ahlIf slM"tlllil are ami rheok them the IihIIhhI, hen.v fur iim-rln- s f ihi- - nler bn In tee thill m part ; then Mure the mi-i- I mlln mas lie iiin InHeail: the eln, make. In n entlatl roHtalner. bmaeser ttiterlne. Ihe ItHiat ill - Irnlili-fnrrare mnt In- laker nf H'h a a iwrfninli-i- l Thny tin but. ul!b tili I setilllntii'll tn In site Ihe leiHpera-tiirahiiulil lie t in a swob-rata It I liable tn tires nit nsiThi-atlnir- . anl siheri- - they will mit heat ap err rna1lly tslten tie' -- 'in or ti- - epnei t shlha full Upnll lh- - Sins- - Wnterititf Hive Carly Vcgctabltt. abnabl hi- - Him- - iturliic the early :.rt Half the pleaituri- - ami vrl1t nf a nf tin- - 'laj ami rhe hiil elen enmiKh i ilertveil frm havltir that the plant ulll ilry nff air tn II " Ju- -t - earl. i In the rins nlabl. 'ITie heil lnnll miIiIi- - In ntali) title uml Iuhhm hefwre .1. In nnler tn rotiwrii' l he IihhI Krii'iilHiu-- imen tnivs It t Iirnairh the enatMath Iteat In nf ilntn which are v.W tn iiiuhl la enteNllnn. If the weHth-e- at reatwHiahli- - prlee. Inline canlenerttihl, a leilil inrti It I'flen hHi-iihirsi-r- . that hnme nr eanva nf straw, blanket i;arili-iier- i ! iii hve the iiipiirtHult) Maty he thnmn nver the hiil tn t In I'lin likK' ssell .tiwh planli. ami II own ppl)' ( early niMt "tiirt tiii-iColdlr.smt Conttruction. In u hnthiil If plant In the hiHi.e A initirraHte in rnntrurti-- . In enrt-I- r malnn-early- . ihev ilelre to hate their Ibe Hiiiie manner nx .1 lmtln-- l. with Aikhiii: the tmnieH rrii that that im Itmtitire 4 plnced may te utartiil tn wltiHInv In tdh Ihe II in .HiipJy heat. manner are iKtuatm-e- . earl) eatmai, iMtn-ai, tieplM'l-"Ih plantii nre t in the i;ar-teeCk'lilani ll ml lettwe; esi-he-t- . either from Hie tHrtheil or the em mnhera. hmi lnnn. atHl III II lieBlli ii'l eirii HW) he enhlfraHie. the) ImhiM be crmlaHlly lianliTHit tn nntiiih- - imilltltn b) IhwiT tartiil imhiiirii by t them ntnre seiittlnthHi earli .lay. r pai-- r ImniN. tihl I'lHally retanse the hisIii-- iMitlrels nn the aoll. ila.xx ami reita'e them ilitrlns Where the nn ill nil numher f phmt The aim stimil.l lie tn i Iimi area! fur KnmlMC In wtntlmv Ihe lili:ht .irnnc Nenlltiy plants thnt Ihim-- i. a IiNImhI or enlilfruiue nw) he Hid make a quick Mnrt when plnre.1 - II -- IIH I f 'IHI pTfll.llHl Mruiitiii: ii ln'tUil In lirnl tn lie n In the uanten. li phMit a aarilen la enrilliiK t l'rnHr .Himti.H. wt i. miiii UiXiI States Hfjar4Hat af lri'ei bull by the -. llullnl frmi-llnx lf I ' litlif Arhn-lai.- !. le-r- t- heal-Inc- . hlk-ia- fi-- att-rf- x ('oiram, white, Auguit until Oetobt-rl reil, AuitJt unt.! p 'ik nr Itaby'i" Itreath. white, June until September: I'oppjr, white, nnrl )elluw anil ranee, .May until Infirt-- ' n llnwer. vine i Shnatu Iaiy, white, AurmM iiruhs anl tiieir uefulne4 in until frmt and .SmbltiMi, wMt, ktactk, home ami the K round them continue tti inrreaae purple, blue nml rse, Jury until the flower planting float. The Canary Ilird vin l on ef tho ailvance, acrnrilinit to anl- ner at the Collejje of Arieulturf. moat popular varieties ueil fnr htl-inThey have iuitBetel ehebt vnrletie purpte around windows ami af llowym that can W uiotl for out-ti- told porch. It hii a en Rnry-- y el- mtuajaeta and live variatitm of low tlnwer that bJoom from June unaratiml trel-o- r til frot. Tut- Cardinal Climber hni vin that can W wirwlirwa for j n Msiret ilnsver thnt bkonis from July until froat while the Muon iluw- ahatle. thnt Thf tlawr tofttither with the culor er ha white or blue nf thir bloMom ami the hteewomimr ;are out from August until frost. The ' .MorniriK (5wrj- ha mlxwl color nml penotl follow: N'ns-- i Aatum, vurieil color, July until I bleem from June until frmt. .September; CulliopaU. yellow, or- turtiumi are crim'on, maroon, or ange anil hmwn. June until Scptcm anife and white and bloom. from her; Chryiintht'nium, vaneil colon. June until frut. frlj Sop-tembu-r; i K n- ul - blm.t i fM-- - ( SAVE MONEY -- n peil tnjui WHEN YOUNG ii in riribn tiirc il-- e lv lUl nri-fnll) h4 hm jr ilii-llm- ..t UA r.c of l:fo in Younn men who wouM tn'. r c rsJmitancci should bee n to wive now. The approved modern rr.ctho.! of sav.nt; :t a 'avinRs account in the home bank. Thin bonk invite. youtur men and you as womon to join lm-he--i niflsl - mm-- i family of itemiaitar. One dollar open a savin;' be deposited thereaftor. U account, and any um may uark I mepriif. ki-i- THE NATIONAL BANIi OF LANCASTER. S. C. DENNY, e e Iw-- free Himi-thln- Cashier. miM-slar- Cap! fill Surplus $50,000. Honor Roll Bunk 50,000. rl"il itn-ert- esi-ntw- thtMi-niH- Hogwallow Happenings (Hy Geo. Itineham.) Wahinis'ton Hocks believes he has invented a pateiit Hy trap and been looking all this wcok for a tly to practice tin. Yam Sim., who ha been writing with an unknown correspondent away olf yonder, sunt her his picture about a month ai;o and hain't heard from her since. A petition l lie i nic circulated ask-that the salnry ofthe lhg Hill n r prn-lef- r eri li M-- y pi. civ-in- e h preacher be raised. Silo Kildew- - is not a Christian, but he subscribed a middling of meat. I'az Harlow .iys it don't never do him any good to find anything as the d owner always comes along right him and makes him give it up. Atlas Peek has decided he has a large bump of caution on hi. hond he engaged in the tight at Kye Straw Saturday night. Slim Pcikens came near becoming overbalanced thts morning while standing on one foot before the fire warming his feet. iv tme ARE YOUR CHILDREN EXTRAVAGANT? ter how To allow a child to become exiravajjant, no matwell-of- f the parents may be, is to seriously wtilrh . ,f .. m '' run iih! TO HAVE AN INDOOR GARDEN PRUNING WILL GET RESULTS as For Sale Privately As admini.stiator of the vMnte of U. H. Tomliiison, we oirt-i- for sale privately, the follow insr: - Make Your Dsscment Work for You by Producing Vegetables Before Outdoor Planting Time. Nearl esery cottage, a well n Ibe irser ItiHWi ami I lie ell) bwtnsbtHi., with btme basitaettl ure Mali) nf lhee Imii.ihiiI bate kme hut l imH ultitsl and iiwuj nf iImiu huse etelleti MiulhelM autl eaateru -i haa u uherei-the HiHrilutnee n ila) lliiMtiab the hIiimWi. ii .rge pnrllnH ef the ila. lit werk for )ua. It Slake the a an tun) waiter to hae a WlHlatme Im-et- m j Truit Treti, Vines and Duihes, Well as Flowering Shrubbery, fttquir Tiimmlng. j a I'ruM wt5l int". a fruit sine and IbiweliiiK bnhea. reiUln inhe rt--ult- I ' : nrefttl fruit There a to e la ib-a- prtuilttt: in uet the nwd H'wer. l anttte illrTiliMe bet hiher Ihe ibe fall nr prstHlMit ahoHhl l Ihe early nf ofillibm be I tlvcoas-ti- l, THE TOMLINSON HOME ON RICHMONO i STREET This one of the most desirable humeri in the city; law lot of ily pil one acre; liou.se of eijrht rooms, two halls and all out huiltllnns necessary; also nice small home just across the street from tho icsUlencc and very suitable for small family. The property adlit joining tho store of (loodloe and Walker ltrothors, in the North- meiit out mlUtlnil aInlai; tray arrntita j may b aa itntl the Indoor west corner of the public square; also live housos and some be fr be tufUeiem iHtrtleu. "HOE" THC PLANTS IN FLATO lw prmlHre u a tni) ulll vacant lota on Huckeye street. esHabie unKnnil illlil.tlly nf aliadl The amnll aiikelke ptaHtu that hae ami ut the The above property will be sold on reasonable terms and til time to idftHt Ja.t entne through the Mil In the lists lime time Ihe loiimlo, pel'per. y at reasonable prices and will be triad to show any of this prop-trte Ill the lM'INm mialit- a little it tied, ii lid other lJuut limy be lug" Wlllklwaiall). (Jl title 'f later in be irutitphintiHl in liwIUMi-mat any time to those interested. UiSfk for mere IliUlltlte tilltlullli, the groatui net Gfce enoutl. to In n t l keeji bere there i Al und plaiit fruit ike ..asi. plaati. fur etilu ottt nHi the 'btliiti-nf fm-- t t pa4 enn be tail anil aaaall rnitetl III the bureHH-a- t. segetablea such as rutHahea. a I Hi leltate rati he raited mwI eal.lt b) the nsslii r inuK hectare it b lltae (o plant aUl'h ttliaga nlUl4tlV. If Ihe vslndiw tpute III Ihe bate-unHUh-leliKi-t- t k'rt elaWnHte in Meal a) tmaluel.i lievij. i ' ' r Ihe HluUUieNt aa In the lime Ibe lirwiiilig I aboMte hetetwar) tf IHi t'rtipa- nre lo be Ihe I H tee xs.jttlwr. utl or Mber inntlith-ii-tha- t r l au iwrth-iilania nllty. la prwulMa fruit nr llnm-rliIreea It s m4 fur the one who ami sla Hli4tla Ibe pruning klille lii kimw Jui buw lu 4n ihe vsnrfc Oae not ar imiliilod wMh the tieralloi stetibl boat i no the tatk befnre WuHNtJa Ibe trtoa nr vine, Il b not a dlnVuil Mk, bat one that, la as HertiaMjr) iinh .seal- - a I'lllllsa Una far rim le evpettei) nn a lln- - nj'vt altealbm Ih glsen I all interfere with the development of it.s character. Kxtrav.tKance breeds idleness and a lack of appreciation of values. A pampered and child en vvr realiy experience those joys anil pleasure.! that .uv '.'' birthright of childhood. ovor-indul";-- x-- ui.ie ptn'l u .Su-- h ! 4 PER CENT ON TIME AND SAVINGS POSITS. DE- iiiit-ii- li' eab-Img- e The Garrard Bank & Trust Go the United States and all foreign countries. LANCASTER, KY. We sell travelers Cheques, which are good in ! ! - I.- l IniiH-lillii.- - 1 THE GARRARD BANK & TRUST CO. and to be ready lo traniditiit In the jure Ihe jJslltH i.'md. 4aiits. i.(ven with Inrte. hrallli) I rootswill Uo tin I The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, May 4, 1922 . &pr your have RADIO Disseminated NEWS By DOINGS AT PAINT LICK Boys Interesting ' Mr, Sam AN ORDINANCE To Prohibit The Sale, Transportation, Possession, Or We 9APER. were visitors Sunday of Mr. Martha Ely and daughter. Mrs. Clarence Todd (nee (ilneva Huckcr) and son were recent guest of friends In Paint Lick. Occasion jly; and in any suit, prosecution, pro l!ev. M. Lltteral was here Saturday A very delightful occasion took ceedlng or action, or motion concern-placand Sunday to conduct the quarterat the home of Mr. William ing same, the harden of proving that ly meeting at Walnuttn. Hoyston, near Paint Uck, lat Fri- - j same ha been lawfully acquired and Mr. Jim Hurrough has'arrived from day, April 28th., in honor of hi "oth. 'are intende! te be used lawfully ahull the South to spend the summer with birthday. No gentleman In that see-- be upon the defendant or defend- Mr. and Mrs. - II. Davi. tion of the county has more friend ants. Don t forget our toap bargain) than Mr. Itoyston and will be pleased Section No. 3. No trick, advice, nine Lars, 4 pound, 35 cent. to learn that he Is still enjoying good subterfuge, or pretense shall be al- L. II. Da!,. health, even though he is five year' lowed t evade the operation or de Mrs. Ilrown, of near I.ancnstcr was l,n" allotment of three score andI feat the purpose af thl Ordinance. the week-enguests of her daughter, u'" Section No. I. In nni' irWi.n. Mrs. D. A. Hervey and Mr. Hervey. Ill honor guests for the day were' tion or proceeding for any violation boyhood friend, j of thl Ordinance the general rcputa-Messrs- . Mr. Hunter Davis and wife, of two of hit old J. G. llurnslde ami J. N. ; tion of the defendant or defendants Gu'nns Chapel were with Hev N. H. Young and wife Friday of lat week. Denny. The other guests being Hev. i for bootlegging, or being engagcil in tt A. The Masons have fixed up a room Mrs. Itamsey. Mr. W. M. KMridgr, the illicit trade in intoxicating liquors .Listen!" Tips T. It. Slavtn, Mrs. K. I Woods shall be admissible In evidence over Hammack's shop where they will Inquires Autos To Stop At and Mrs. J. (i. llurnslde. Mr. Hoys-- ! agamt said defendant or defendant, .meet until other arrangements are ton's daughter, . Soys as Crossings Section No. i. Every person Mls Hal Hoyston, made. Jul the honors for the happy event knowingly, Hiding, or abetting any Early blight, which is highly de Crab Orchard base ball team play- and diil it in n way that Corn structive to early potatoes, may be none but the person. Arm or corporation in the Richmond, Vn Driver of auto' controlled by spraying the plants ed Paint Lick team on the latter' could have ilone. Helm- - an ml..nt violation nf nv f ik ............... .. mobiles and other vehicles mint: the ground. Score 16 to 5 in favor of n the culinary line, Drops with llordeaux mixture when tehy her table fairly4 this Ordinance. hall be deemed a public highway. of Virginia must Paint Lick. groaned with every good tain of ! prineltwl and IHinished a ueh are form six to eight inches high. A considerable decrease in the come to n full stop before crossing. Mrs. L. II. Davis had as her guest the season and many out of seaun. Section No. fi. Any pern or About May 1st. is the time to sow any main line railway track at oats acreage of Kentucky and a prob birthday cake, with its 75 can., sons, or firm, or corporation violating varieties of peas. the past week her sister, Mrs. grade under a law recently enacted able decrease In the corn acreage the wrinkled-seedeand Mr. Din woody and Mr. dies wa. gorgesws in beauty and anny of the of this, Ortli-moby the General Assembly of Virginia. probably will follow the late wet Planting them about two and one-hadelicious one. Inanee shall be lined anr aim, I 1 ,li. or three inches deep is said te Slaughter, all of Louisville. The law provides that drivers of spring experienced in the State this Mr. Keyston holds the distinction inrs, ami if person or peixins ImMr. Coleman Reynolds, of Richall vehicles on approaching any year, It is Mid at the College of Ag- prolong the bearing period. In placing cabbage, tomntto, egg mond Normal, vva a visitor of his of living on the farm on which he prisoned In the County jail for not grade eroding of a main line railway riculture. Much land left vacant by track outside an incorporated town these conditions, especially that of a plant or any other plants that are cousin, Mrs. Thos. Logsdon and Mr. was reared and within a few hun- less than thirty days, nor more than dred yards of the house in which he fifty day. mutt stop not less than ten feet nor worn, thin nature, can be used to set in the garden, it is best to keep Logsdon Saturday afternoon. His friends throughout Section No. 7. All persons who Dr. Goodman was in Herea Friday was born. more than one hundred feet from good advantage for growing soybeans the ground level, according to gard-tner- s at the College of Agriculture. to bring home his little girls, Opal the county extend to Mr. Hoyston arc convicted under this Ordinance the nearest roil. A penalty of ten for hay, according to Halph Kenney, dollars for each violation is provided a crop extension specialist. This' u" "rings the roots of the pl.mts and Garnctt, who have been visiting their best wtshes and hope for him shall terve out the Jail sentence at many wore years of health nnd hap. hard labor and all linos and In the act. crop not only improves the land butineari"r ,lu' waU'r ,aW an prevents their sister, for about ten days. costs plness. asses, against any person under cive evaporation of moisture, j Mr K Advocates of this act pointed out also makes a good nitrogenous feed, nvw iaHforJi our this Ordinance, and net paid or rethe season of the year mn,er that it. enforcement would greatly, he said. Soybeans, however, leave' TnL hl, haJ j,een "house Some people are prwseos in name plevied, shall be served out by reduce the number or grade crossing the soli In a loose condition and un- - wnr" " ,s necessary 10 Keep me cleaning" as he had painted the pest ami others by nature. at hard labor at the rate of KooA cultivation o accidents. By enacting this law the less some crops, such ns;KrounJ etfice inside and everything Is ns When n fellow Is In a brawn study-h- one day for each dollar of such fine solons have given legal cf- - wheat, barley or rye, i used after, Vint ""king which often keeps many-fee- t clean as a new pin. nnd costs. often quite blue. to the admonitions which rail- - them, the land Is apt to wash badly, 'oun l,mnt from breaking through Mcsdnmes June Morse, of Creen-viilSection X.. h. Th., Ordinance t.. ways have for many years displayed it was pointed out. jthe .loil. .Much baking or crusting til., Geo. Ilrown. of Lancaster The Kuropean allies are still allied be in etrect upon it., passage 'usually follows heavy rains. and and Mis Mattle Wyl.e spent the together because each I afraid to pubjn.it. on of tame as In panting the vnr- required by I w tr, Mrs. Hrown's daugh- -' break away week a wonderful state law It au F Morrow, Jerk. teties of pens, it is n good idea to iiif harntany that does not exist V plant two rows about eight to ten ter, Mrs IK A Hervey r Champ, May r inches apart und then place the netting or stick between the two Kconomy in staking is thus made Will Be Run by making one row of netting Churchill Downs, Louisville, itrve two row of peas. "Listening in" en n country tele phone may have Its thrill, but members of boys' and girls' clubs who "listen in" on the conversation of the world with their radio receiving sets have an interest which comes not from neighborhood gossip, but from getting the morning report of the markets, the weather forecast, and crop estimate for all part of the country. In a number of States clut, mem bers within receiving distance of broadcasting stations located at the State college of agriculture or i?e where are receiving information that take some of the risks out of the bus ness of farming. They post thl information in conspicuous place so that neighbor may make use of It. The work demonstrates the useful- ne.. of the radio as a piece of farm equipment. Any phecrlcss room or house can be made most Covnties in Niev Jersey, Montana and Colorado have club that receivattractive if you use our beautiful wall papers. ed wireless message last season. In You must use care in selecting your paper reKentucky, Nebraska and several othmember you must "live" with the design you select. er States organization i under way. Our papers have been chosen with greatest care The expansion of the radio has been the designs are attractive and delicate the colors limited because of lock of simple will blend with any furnishings. printed instructions, but the recent distribution of circular. by the UniCome in today, wc will be glad to show you ted States Department of Agriculthese lovely designs. ture on the making of receiving set Come to US for it. has been helpful to the boys and girls. Through members of pig, dairy, corn and other club who are receiving daily market information and the estimated crop production, the entire family and the community jon their eroding signs, urging lriv. as well may be benefited. NEW LAW crs of vehicles to "Stop, Look, and house WALL Club News of Enst Knd Capitol Gathered By Alert In And Girls Campbell list. Ml. Correspondents Is on the !ck Sadie Halsten spent the week- end ot home. Mrs. T. It. Slavln was In Paint Lick last week with old friends. Miss Mary Stewart left Thursday for a few day visit in l.oultvillc. AMERICAN QUELN FLOUR It (ood, awful (ooJ. L. II. Davit itlli It. The base ball boys cleared about at their ice cream supper last week. Miss Kmma Hurchell wa the weekend guest of her aunt, Mr. A. M. $8.00 Moberiy. Mr. and Mrs. Joe James, of Paris Tomato Plants, Cabbage, Sweet Pepper and Nancy Hall Swarl Potato Plant,, call Mrs. S. C. Ilendren, Paint Lick, Kjr., , anal gel her prices be. Phone for buying elsewhere, (tt.) Kev. Vogel began a series of meeting nt Wnlnutta Monday night. Mr, Vogel Is no stranger to this community as he conducted the revival here last year and has been back several times since to bath visit and preach. L. It. Davis ha Hoof Paint and Motor Oil at a very low price. Train So. 28 changed time Sunday and is due in Paint Lick at 11:20, instead of 12:.10, returning a No. 27 will be due at 1:21 instead of 2:21, No. 70 (OKI Henry) will be due at 126 instead of 1 :3. Other trains did not change time. If you are need 40-G- o( Other Disposition of Spirituous Liquors, Except for Sacramental, Medical, Scientific Or Mechanical Purposes, in The City of Lancaster, Ky., And To Provide a Penalty Therefor. The City Council of the City of (.ancatter, Ky., do ordain as follows: Section No. 1. That it shall be unlawful to sell, barter, give awn), or keep for sale or unlawfully have in possession or transport spirituous, vinous, malt liquors or any intoxicating liquor except for s.irramen tat, medical, scientific, or mechanical purposes in the city of ljtncaster, Ky. Happy Section No. 2. No person or per sons, company or corporation, thai or have in possession nn pesie spirituous, vinous, or malt liquors in the City of Lancaster, Ky., unless same have been lawfully acquired ant! are lnti.ulil it tt utMt Int. fnl. e I- 1 McRoberts Drug Store ' d . Seasonal J Suggested Oats Acreage And For Gardners j -- per-Th- e d Din-woo- lf prov-itso- r.-- 1 fall-sow- n la e 1 e, large-growin- g 1 $50,000.00 KENTUCKY DERBY at Saturday, May 13th pos-sib- le PLEASANT HILL Mr. Sim Kay is ill at this writing. Morrich, the Champion of Last Season, and a Large Field of Other Mr. and Mrs. Nute Grow entertain High Class Three Year Olds, Will Be Among the Starters ed a number of friends Sunday, For the Greatest Stake in America Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hurchell retietval of the Ken'der hnmllmp honrs, anil ut least one were with Mrs. Cnllie Hay Sunday. The forty-eigh- t Mr. und Mrs. Fred Snyder enter-- , tucky Derby, which will be, rim at mhor hl.'h-elafrom the same Churchill Downs, liulsville. Stmirdity, stable; Muntfort Jones' Surf Itlder, the tninetl .1 number of relatives Sunday. Mjy 13th, promise to ! Hie mot In- winner of Ma rates hut year, und Mis. Ktta Itoss visited Misses Pearl teresting In the long history of tU! Itockmliilsier. a promising Friar Itock nnd Maggie H. Hurt Saturday night. !( ; John Finn, whoe work .it famous rare. This yenr the llen'ink.v Mr, and Mrs. Huke Preston spent I nuke him a ihingreous Jorkey Club has added &MKl. und .1 with Mrs. John Sparks, j the grettt lllly Startle, widen the wevk-en- d $",U) gold service to the winner, inak Ing It In point of value the richest, u might repeat the victory of Itegrel, the Mr. nnd Mrs. Preston Snyder en-- j It always has heeu the iml oiuht mly (Illy to win the Derby; Washington tcrtainod n number of friends Sun- stak. In Aworloa. from the same stable Is also show Ing afier j S'ertiy all Improved form this Spring; 11 It. Until- day. There cluster around the lo.v has Ity dully, llusy Amerieon and Mr. and Mm. V. M. Hay were the the memories mid the rmmniv that mukc the turf so alluring and Ihnt en. Itet .Moile. Mtid he makes no secret of guest. Sunduy of Mr. and Mrs. Fred shrines C'huniilll Ifciun In the lieurlx the ckiltn Ihnt he experts to run one Snyder. two In thl 1 year's iN'rliy ns he illd of half a century of rues loxers. Mr. nnd Mrs. Kemp Walker have Ueglnnlng with ArUtldes. first hist ycii- with llehave Yourself ami Mr, on Mrs. winner, and continuing Ihroui :in Im- llkick Servant; .1. S. t'osden who al- been recent guests of Kings, ready has one Derby winner to his Klrby Teater. mortal roster of ihunnuldirod public Interest in the iMrliy bus In- rredl in I'.iul Jones, believes he has Mr. Tom Murphy nnd bride have the ull excellent rhauiv to win with liood been recent visitors of Mr. nnd Mrs. creased every year until names of the cot.leniler. are house- limes; Kill Sang, who ran setsind to Lent Matthews. hold words, anil their respertlve mer- Morvlch several limes lust year. I Mr. Walker Hurdette spent Saturits are subject of arguments that eligible for the IVrhy; Uentllliy, the will not cease utn.l the number ot winner of the l.oiUKtin Futurity, bus day in Nicholasville with Hev. W. I. Peel nnd family. th winner Is hung out on May Kith. workeil faster limn any filly In I'nless r.h Is saved for the The outstanding Tavorlte this yeiw Is Mr. nnd Mrs. Tom Tracy nnd litOaks, she will cerlulnly go In the IVr llenjamln Block's Morvicli, vhlrli tle daughter have been visiting rela!.j win- by. Lucky Hour It the hope of the hU ennir tives ut this place. ning every race In which ie started, Slums' stable. He is already n heutlng all his competitors with un ner this year, wu Mrs. Admin Mctcalf and chddren, econd In the litn-llceaso that macks him is a cult of surFuturity last year, and Is horse were with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. passing speed stid quality, approaching. ot undoubted class. With Dr.ullmk. Sim Simpson Saturday. If he does not equal, Man o' War. .Spanish Malw, t'lmitenon. My Play Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry Sebastian Munich Is training ut the Jamaica und several other ilurk horses to draw race track, New York, where his trials from. there Is sure to be u large Held were visitors of her parents, Mr, ai.d Saturday and art, phenomenal. He will probably of the best three- - cur-olIn America Mrs. Miley Walker at art In the opening handicap at Jamai- I (V face the starter ut (iiurthM IMwns Sunday. ca and will be shipped Immediately ou Katunlay, May l.ttl.. Hev. W. I. Peel spent from SaturThe Iwns Is more beautiful than thereafter to Churchill Downs where e Mr. W, 'he will receive his final workout for ever this year, amumuodutlons fm day until Monday with nnd family and delivered three the public have been greutly Inerwia-the Derby. The prowess ot Morvlch has not ed, und every arrangement bus been very Interesting sermons nt Pleasant dUcuuruged the owners of other ler- - niuue tor me retvpiion ot at least To,' Hill. eopIe. The Kentucky Derby It by candidates and there will be a field l Mr. und Mrs. Walker Hurdette en,,. I .... I.. ,...1 tertained the following to a sumptuof from twelve to fifteen horses to th ant.r ilf all content with the champion for the S.V.V world and Churchill Downs will be the ous dinner Sunday: Hev. W, 1. Peel, Mecca to which all lovers of t sport will turn on Saturday, May 1.1th, Mr, and Mrs. Hubert Carter and chilj' Id souvenir. Amoor the number ure tbo oMnlng day ot the Spring meeting dren, Mr. and Mrs. W, I. Whittaker, Harry Payne Whitney's Olympus, a at wtilcU will cgntlaue uatlJ Mr. nnd Mrs. Bradford Hurdette and recent winner at Havre de Urate, over June UrU. sjii, Mis Mary Price. three-je.ir-ol- d 1 ' to-dj- y t. d j llur-detthlgh-iiaa- Interesting Information Chevrolet use. les gasoline than any other car in its class. It uses less oil than any other car in it class. Chevrolet is more comfortable to ride in than any other low price car. Chevrolet has a speedometer connected to the transmission. Chevrolet hat an oil gauge on the dash. Chevrolet has a one man top with concealed bows'. It has a gypsy style back curtain. Chevrolet ha a standard transmission with three speeds forward and reverse. Chevrolet has a water pump nnd does not depend upon thermo syphon circulation. Chevrolet has a roller bearings In front wheels. Chevrolet I easy and safe to steer. Chevrolet hat a slanting windshield. It has movable windshield glasses for summer comfort, Chevrolet ha the Wlllard Hubber Thread Battery-- . Chevrolet has pockets In nil four doors including one beside the driver's scut. Chevrolet has a standard gear shift lever, Chevrolet has both a hand and n foot accelerator. Chevrolet has National Headlight Lenses. It hat a fine appearing body. Chevrolet has u triple baked enamel body and fenders. Chevrolet has a modern motor noted for its great pulling power. valve-ln-head You can purchase any of our cara on a 30 per cent down payment niui Vg per cent per month on the balance. This is the "lowest time payment plan in use on any cnr. When you think of an automobile think Chevrolet a complete car. NOTHING TO BUY BUT THE LICENSE. of I PAINT LICK GARAGE PAINT LICK, KENTUCKY. t The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky. Thursday, May 4 1922. SEASON OF 1922 ' ROBERT GATEWOOD" 2.05? LIVESTOCK NEWS PREVENT BIG SHEEP LOSSES A Difficult Situation (Cynthtann Democrat) The llarri.on County Hoard of Supervisor was called together again thl wrek to e.iay a further Increase in aisei.ment.t of the county, in conformity to a drmnnd of the State Tax CommlMlnn, which refused to accept the valuation n.t returned. The nMe.ment fell nearly nine hunbelow the nmornt dred thotuand , demanded by the State Tax although the Hoard of Supervisor wnt In e.lon for m'vernl week nnd did a conscientious work Now the li.t must be revised again. The State Tax Commission U endeavoring to put into riled n one hundred per cent valuation, which hn never been done nnywheru and will not be done here. It ennnot be done. The Commft.ifln Itself could not do It. "It l.n't done, you know." Hut the elfurt muy lend to nn early repeal of the tax law. The argument is that if each man gave to the hi. property at full value the revenue would be so large that the tax rate would be reduced and everybody would Itenclit The fallacy of the argument lies m the fact that the more money poured Into the Stnte treasury the more money the Stnte spends. An oversowing treasury means a profligate Legislature. The lure of n large Imnk account it never resitted. The money is there, why not have a good time? Hut, nfter alt, the fault it with the people. They pay too little attention to politic. They are too careloM nnd Indltrerent about who goes to the Legislature, who sit in the nenU of the mighty nt the Stnte enpitnl. They are unwilling to gel down into the mire of politics, nnd n a consequence the few not i fas- tidiou. run the whole business. Th people foot the bill. Harrison coun ty' supervi.son will therefore pro ceeil to dig n little deeper nnd un earth about n million dollar more if possible, to pour into the hopper. Maybe some day the hmon will be learned but we doubt it. The sun pie truth is, the people have not yet proved they are capable of self gov They went to need a big ernment braiite !, strung armed man to te'l them what to do nnd make them do Chitmpion 3 yr. oltl pacer on the (Jrand Circuit In 1018. Paced the fifth heat of n seven heat race in 2.04 U, ami a trial mile In 2.02 The fa.tcit stallion louth of the Kentucky Hiver In public irrvlce. Pelionoui Plants Frtqutntly Crew In Thick Patchts and Cause Death Seven point concerning "llobert tlnlcwaod;" ef Animals. Int. A succcisful race Hone. 2nd. A model Individual, fine, with lot of fintih. tl'r.ixf.d bf Ih. t'lld Mt.l.a l)itlm.nl f Avritullyr. ) 3rd. An elegantly bred Hone ,nnd bred In the most oxterme spicil Dentil iinitiiM iiiiiM'ii lieiivy Io-of heei In I lie fprliik iiikI enrly mnniner. linn. It la lint limiMHil Inr eenil liiliitlr.il 4th. A Hene of tteml ilic, and beautiful color. In die wltlilii o ilo) or tui. The eiilHOr Mh. A KOd Halted, level headed and kikiiI mnnncrod lUne. In thick plolits cniu (ith. A first class walking llersc. putrlie, iinil lieviitiM1 of lluHr Knmlike leuvea are merlixikiil. If ilieep lire 7th. A ure foal getter and n guml breedur. l In Nitrli pliiccK inn ii) of i "Robert Catewood was slrcil by "J. Malcombo Forbes" 2.0S (lire of tlielll will lie hi)iihi, unit tin I of 2.10 list) n half brother to "Peter the (Srent" 2.07 U (aire of 110 llini.e tlntni! nn- - likely to die. 10 In the the World' m the 2.10 Hit) and grand sire of "Peter Mnnning" 1.57 I!ei'lnl cure elmiilil lie u.etl ulieu Champion trotter, lie'p lire tiiken Irimi the rnrx mid re J. Matcombe Forbes" was sired by "lllngen" 2.0fl L4 (sire of 27 in the linmil for ermine If they Imve not I teeii .'.10 Hit) and aire of "Uhlan" l.SK, thi world'., chnmplan tret'ter for efght are fel, anout frequently the cne, ami on m rmice where dentil turned )rar. in inn k in Hliiiiiiliint. the reuniting Idhm-"Nut-hunt- " (dnm of fi) by Robert Ontewoed' Dam is "Annie Fnx 2.80 loay ie ery lieily. There liHe lieell 2.12 (lre of 5l) 2ml. llam "Annie It." (Dam of 7) by "Faulctfncr umtiy nine of Hum kind. If dentli Almont." He is a twa In one ilnllitm, beta a kih class bnrnuM type ami enmnM In prerent that irt of the runce rliiHllil he iixnlilnl If It In tierrrrury a N'o. 1 walking type. I where dentil CHtllM li trail hand high, seven yean obi, a drk bay with two white ! He l 15 II. the iiiiIiihiIk kIioiiIiI lie well fed l.iml feet and n tnr in forehead. He will make taw seaswt at 1922 nt my liefore oimliii: to that pliire. tal4e at $20 TO INSURE A LIVING COLT, with loin retained on colt until Sheep lienlera hmilil lenni to reeoc-nin. w LI. f .. . n.xln.. ...... ..1 liraM . If. I J.HI Hie limit i. mid hmiIiI them. The '44U. i.i ;nuti, n. ........ tfflWIl IlltMir 1. ...I.l Itnni and when the Hell tap the (iitewood's will be there souring far the wonl. I 'lilted Slillen I lepHrtlllelit of AcrlrulI ' ture linn putilMieil Ictsirtinetit Ilillle Will alio atand a good black Jack at $10 tit immre llvink' Colt. tin I'Jft, '.jk'mNiiiiii. or Dentli 4'oiiiiik, Not responsible for accidents. Hlilrh lelli about the plnnta ami their For information apply to effect; It Iihk hIh plihlliduil Itlllletlli IMnntn of the T.'i, Slntkl'iilmililli Unnte. which cle lllil.tratlnlio. ninliy eoloml, of the plinctpHl nfuiiouii plant k nf the weterii t'tdtiil Stnten. GARRARD COUNTY. Ury.nl. .III. Phone 47-There are fernl kind of dentli enmn and until rrteiilly it Imih he.fi MipHiet that all were etiinlly uiImii. l Creution. terAnyway, life wweJuit one thing af- mm. ,a the rennlt of rwelit can't have. another that wnrk. wlihli la In eoime of plenty of imhlli'Htltiii. It Iihk tieen (outid Hint th Cheer up! There A chrome critic ieMm hear any. ii... n Mie welef mnttn work ahead for thei who hate to lee thing but criticism ef hlmelf. their wive. d the hoefnir In the garA I way. Irnik twice befare crutnt: den. a bwyrliit mm you int.t a irret, The more we editors write of ..hort rtrmlty. kiria the hartr the)' leem tu cet-ItIt', a fa ct tkmt m wssmen are peril M that W the reoMin we I. a tMr write. htMne. Paint iitif ape ranee. immf people eMraplnin that they .Son pfpU are mMtty mrry Uwy et their jut 4ertJ, a tut yet rver UMlertawk t mak the ater if they 4hi they wnM howl Mke the ftitow- sorry. rtVvil. l(ic-liiriii1, I 4 1 k f- - ' i.J MkJ . CT J' YOU WANT TO SEE usor BEFORE YOU BUY A TOBACCO SETTER. WE HAVE THE AGENCY FOR GARRARD COUNTY. The Nisco B R Y A NTS V I LLE, !' . NOAH MARSEE, JR. KY. . - Robt. Pox, Lancaster, Cracks At Ky. i: . ever, tii lustlw-tin l il.ii n kii'm.s v C.i;9v It. ' tell nii ; le l!.iti "runi -- r tSirw tM.I.I-- t. I: I rver itiw itt ' Hwwnt " i - ' Klcslnj In China. Women In i'IiIim net kiss, nnd when a I'luiii-- e vMiiiiin wlrhes tn show her HlTilli lie uently tniiihis the . Iwml of hi-- r isl. it -- ! experl-meiiln- lit Dolly In the -- Faucet." MlldrJ-had alt her He eventful jenrs In tlw city, and mi nn her flrM visit to the nmntry every thine whs strange .ml Interesting to her. hut mithlns seeim-in fnclnnte her as did dr.iw w.iltr from the open While '.!.' h'tii: mie dtiy her well. ibdly m:j... rrnih her hand iver the tup of l' e r into the water A a it t went i.i.t f . hc ran seniimlng " .111111. 1, ti In r 'ii' i.imma: ! my ti In 'he faucet." 11 . 4 1 whleh was upHii to consist of walrus: tusks, prmisl to Ih. the Ivory tusks nf the miiMiHlnn. Crafty natives hnil itlitltuteil the for the unlrus Ivory which was The clusters, hnweter. client-e- 4 theiii4-ls- , fur In spite nf lt great nge the Mil.Mllnte n well pre'rvH ami the liir.e size nf the tusUs made them more valiiulile. s. Prchutorlc Frelcht. inrgo nf h ship wns risiinl) at I'ortlniid. Ole.. It wna il4-ivi- f el that certain j4irtlon, U'lien tin- 11 ar n tw ma wte walk )m ii a Ktaekwan. At hmU a Kvry lca pair of nlv. Will urn to partkular ;i to the hw4 in which it .ihidt. hut fUih- rrep in wherever thurn U a vacancy. W. 0. RIGNEY W. B. DICKERSON It. UN't reU yur wif and Ufc- baring tkssir hair hubbwt. ter It renutNM h fr Never tetl amMher MM man bow to gme wttrntm their husbami come along alwa until etr appreciate otlittr women them away. ad uk Nt A ad a Wt gr tin bedn at Charity The bootleg- net the 8rt eraek at It. j f it! Is. d't still, we esrn hordtjr btamej om pet.l for not tlltoe the trath. Jail life in anythimt hut rmfoctahk. Judtrinx from pre rMrU. the i r l.o ha made wonderful itrMe ih fi- :at few minute. In an hour or I we ouht to le rreivinir election urn fmm Mar. i r- hk hiftM. He w4H nuipeet that you don't Immw hA' to attend to your own, If'it k true ttmt we en a talk with departed piri why Mt a4; hw It ia down there? It might imtuee u. to ehan our mode of UvIhi:. A local wit Mtf it dooan't moke any duferewce whether a wmnmh hn anything in her hend, provided the hu.hand ha plenty in hi. pocket. coat a few cents. eo tiarden HrtnginK them to maturity require a 'ittle effort. Kutinic the prtxluct Ami give a lot of otif action. et ime people never bu.t a cloil. bhtcp Circling on a Western Hjngt. mountain, cnmi .i eletatioii of .s.(.l fwt ami iipwaril imty .IlKhtly imiIwhi on. Hint prolmhly never Injure rnliee he.-p- . .Ml the tiirmx cpmltn; lit lower altitude iir.MlmiternH'". hut thli. inoiin-Inll- l (lentil enliKiH pr4whly neer doe. It lorn thin mid mther miy harm. cniHii III Ineoiloua Hllll In tamp cnmml, .mwlmei nmoiu: the Mpeii. while the i.l her kind, uhtrli niirnii( Ue the lower limit of the mountain death i io". bpiw In dry plaeer. hikI ha. Ihhk -- preHilllic linitev The herder liei Hot fenr the moimtnln ilmlh ttilnax. hut linllhl hIiIIII all the eriH't Pimples Keep Young Men Down! They Women, Too, n Puzxlel How S.S.S. Slop. Skin Eruptions Positively. rimplea nml skin eruption havo a .sy price, tor every tm.tulr. oii I'laelcheail nn.1 t'lmplo nn your fare, an. llmi'lr irKliirn rrjullcemay I prevent to gold. rrorinrtty. Yvur W. 0. RIGNEV Ollicei Phone 18. & CO. Funeral Directors and Embalmers Residence Phone 3.S. !He., Lancaster, Urethlcal. pretty well down . Kentucky. I Mke ltlohhs v., 1 In-ar-t other form.. GREAT the mi r' struck i' Idea lint Is don . In 1 .m hle.i siidih nly permit ) v i.t a cowardly lieail In fi re inke a mnn vvkj'ti ho Ids 111. iii ! I Ilie spun Ant's G"p I. Dutlnessllke. fi an warrior ant will .iv to he torn fmm hit e will let C41 the huh! of FEED VALUE OF PEAS H. ( tli 8. 8. trill III.I Y.a Cru.lilnc riLt- - Stallions In Service 922 1 Results of Four Years' Experimental Work at Idaho Station Show OigGalns Made. All I Peavine 4092 champion a ALL PKAVINU 40f2 will make the ienn uf 122 at my exmcton tke, three mile frm Danville. Ky.. at 20.W to iwwre a fet (or Ihikx It Indieutiil hy the renlt. of fuyr jeorV experlnienlnl bam m work nt the likilm ierlment lnl 'in, n h That Held hate n tit C li vnliitt f..al. Thu National snow ring and a n Show Hone ha made reputation for himtelf, Wth m the . tire. SIRLD HY lli:X PKAVINI". 1790. a ualed champion ire, From him we have such hampion raw, Queen 0 the May, Slur Peavine, Il Kex McDonald -- Dawy 2nd. by -- mv hnr and an un-- i ' KWnn May. OoMtm (Ibiw, Jack i GRAND SIRI". RHX McDONALD - and many othon. Peavine 8. 33, the umWuputwl ehnmplan show A re and sue. We will otfer this feasn t t service of my tine noddle italllon.WALK- In order that the product of ox- - ING VERDICT, at my place one mile South of Uuckeyc on the Lancaster sorvico men In South Dakota hospi Uuckcye pike, at tal may be sold and thu profit re nnd to tho men. Thu American turned Legion auxiliary lias opuncd ii More $10.00 To Insure A Living Colt. r.He in ii hort time nml eun then for the sale of these article. Walking Verdict Is a Natural Walker and has proven hhtwoif a spJMr he taken In into. Hold her, mid ee iMd breeder. Ho is by the noted hone VERDICT and a mere Under 4 Mica.cc pc. that the In nil gets iinurl.hineiit, xnwiled Although nearly e. . ..i itower Ijimli. Unit Htiu very far gone oftbeautiful silvery llnxon en tivpoml lit'thlx trentmeiii. pedljjree can be seen at my place. JULIAN PEAVINE is a cheitnut sorrel with n new heautl.-- s ..f oiutl when n.ane and tail, stand 15.1 hand high; ha plenty of style and llnlih. If viewed through ..ipn, not At tho same time and place will stand a Number One tood Jack, every one reei! you nre looking for lomething real fancy to breed to, don't fall to sec him. PREVENT HOGS FROM ROOTING lllitmtliin nt to some Knr Harlem ler tale, as JULIAN PEAVINE will make the ienon of 1022 at above place doea tli swamp - n Anything Much Harm Can Oe Avoided by Feed110.00 to Insure n living foal. ! ghince, but lotely at tlrt un ing Regularly With Some Season become.' due when mare Is traded or parted with or bred to thl humhle Ilmver AT 110.00 TO INSURE A LIVING FOAL. Kind of Mineral.' other stock. Most careful attention of all utock sent to my care, but not when seen ihroiish n h.atoad of mpomiblc ahould accident occur. uM of rel. . nwiiililliiK n riislih ii Care token to prevent accident but will not be reponslblc ihoukl any Pig lire more api to be "rooter" In headed plus and d.- A lien retained on colts till season Is paid. t'. IwoU of occur. : mare from n dlntance furnished at reasonable ratei. but pring. when ground Is soft. Iliun they rlbho ew make the inler"Pasture for nre lit utiy other time of the year. one link nf an elai r.iatn ornu- same must be paid before itock Is removed. Mmli of tliN euu be preventitl hy nleuieil with llllene arvlng fiedlng ligiilurl) with teal, t hurceul, and cjiiillte hit 4 ..' ".rM, the u l.e. or other imnerul mutter. King, hole structure in nihil. to U ture tlernl fonn, BUCKEYE, KENTUCKY. DANVILLE, KY. llig the heg hoUld be re.nrtlil PHONE 5S0S. extreme iues. ll.e world' grente.t brml mare aire Peavine. Ill daughter hove, produced lnn May, i ch champion a Lou Chief. Cleomitm. the Fronohmnn, Harthenin McChord, and doien. of other. A mare by All Penvine ItKijf, i n cure fnundntinn. Second Dam, daughter of Harri. Denmark. Third Dam, daughter of John Oiely. If ou wont to breed to n itnllioii whose produce command the Mghot market price, breed to All Peavine 102. Th price for which hfe colU ld nre n open us n book. They being oW nt public nuetims nUmg mny live hy liniHerlug It In with other colts- - the Peavine have topped the market. worm WMlet an uarm a I. emnfori-aidof the highwt type i no linger guo. work (like llreodlng middle hor to the Uaml uit.1 gradiinlly I he Ikwi u little nt ii time, hy beget like) and takes champion to produce chompUm. Here yw have them all in thi pisllgree, Kex McDonald, Kex Peavine and n double Infustafl odditis umrf warm water. if the chnmpion brood mare sire Peavine (All Penvine 4002) will breoil true Whtti It reiii. MilUelenlly, dry It MII. wrap III a noolen elntli mid In) to hit. family Inheritance of chiinipiointliip bloml. In ii wunu piaie. Il will prelmhl) All Peavine 4002 Is 1.1. hand high mid weigh 1,200 pound.. Firt Dam Lucy Well rtlOI. by Powvlne 88. gnt brood mare by. nf pc nf SI? Milinil umm to iHHke Hl iMMintN nf Suppleirtul". win in iHijfsliig-nfmental ration lf Uirley and tnnknee literitiil the rate of goln. Jlnt l ra4il and ertimimtVnl calu. were In drylotN im ti mixture of :i rtr of rollitl hurley iml I art of rmekttl pen pint ." per rent I'V Hetshi of tankuse. In the hnegini:-ntrinl the het rebuilt were nt talned I'N eonlliilng the plgt to n miihII uni until It huh Hittirel ileon, An wveruKe riillri li hut want to kls. rmptlon.T limply men don't look I -- e the owiirrx cf an) thine, limply women, too. arn puiilr., vtitli no pnwixx-nnd no l.ivrrr. Young men ami wnmfn, herr'n the ln.ltno way out. Thyslra ami purgatives will fall What yoii new! I. Klentlflc tikHMl.rtenn.er. H. H. H. Is mo nt the must powerful ilMtr)erii e( l.k.Hl linpuntieM. You ran prove thta H. H. H. lus tidl In ii slum time. Mel un hy a Jury of million, of peo-l- e It la cunsl.lrrnl Juit llku yours.-lflie lif tlm lllu.t lunrrflll lvt.llil.l I In nnd hear of so interne. Tlmt'a why many umkrweiRht peoplo puttlnic on TREATMENT FOR YOUNG LAMB l.st llrah In hurry, why sou hur of s many rheumatic fremt from Oils 0. H. Hurt with muirK'. Willi K H. 8. niht seo your fuco clear utid When Chilled It May De Revived by your skin your ert ru.t.llor. UmmI flesh Immersing In Warm Water, Then In your firmer. It will elvo uu a X. S. ri. I iuil.1 nt all ilruir Give Nourishment In flor., murotwu .lion. Tlio larger clio is ino vvuiioiuicai. Inmli llrtt Itn. hettmie "S. S. S. is for inlo at McKoherH A youu rhllteil oml In o4imld)' re.uty In die pro-iliint. fU'.h-tiulUerr-r. r Bowling Is Old C vert'sn. Howllnc once was foil Vi'in hy mr. One of the miMt ph turi'siiie slchts In the world l tin ehphaiite at wnrk The triune wns nrlcnnllv Himsplim, In the city of Itamtiam. at the mouth of and whs nilUsl "eliwhe" tin' ttelmitlnn belns vlien ns: i)h miho nt the Irmnaihly rlvor. untt thiMics : fnrhhlilisi In At ItanciHin the U thwt In at nil iitnlUturhi'il I11I01. Mere I hoy nre t IT IWw. IV," Ttie pisd.lhltl'Hi wni from lliolr luchMlu Imhiiii uftenvard wlttHlruuH nml the mmc It w, chillis. Thi'll i hiilmrtts take the los hcHMi4 wry iiKiUir once out of llw vtnter nml dle III. the mill .dsn a ular CHMdil.n 'm the I'nltis) yards tiih rv mt rispilrisl tnloM and la m:i sinten wns fur ImiiMsihite sawing, ami which may j I'rohll.itisl hy Ihw. Th. I,. ws .mm- n.l.ij hv .I'liMnt' ii',. f r iiism to I... stnri.1 fur or morn n and :V, - it l. n yciiis Picturesque SlQht. ar-th- e. nlnc-pins- n... l.s ' .m i . WALKING VERDICT Drug Store." Julian Peavine pro-M'tit- . CHIEF NAPOLEON . J. UNDERWOOD T. O. Hill and T. C. Jenkins The Central Record, Lancaster, Ky.. Thursday May 4, 922 I MT. HEBRON Classified Column RATES i Single insertions 1c a word No ad taken for less than .'0e In this column. No adi In thi column charged. Seven lnirtlon Thone order BEGINNING g 5 for the he paid mut promptly iHICWWGX K Wednesday, May 3rd Days, We 5 KKXXX)GXeMMani I. Mr. Karl Grow bought a calf from Marlon Montgomery for f3U.S0, Prayer services will be conducted by I). C. Montgomery Thursday eve nlng. Mrs. J. B. Soper, who ha been lUtTerlng from throat trouble I Improving. Mr. and Mr. It. - Grow and sons were guest of Mr. nnd Mr. Jas, Sander at Coy Sunday. Misses Krnest and II. It. Mont gomery, delivered some nice hogs to Mr. Henry Ituble at Vets, per lb, last I- All kind of Tomato and Cabbage Thursday. Plants. " Thompson FOR SALE: 20 bushel of cultl vated Hemp Seed. W. B. Griggs, (4(-tf.- ) Lancaster, It. Ancoan Kgg and Continuing' For Ten Business Mr. nnd Mr. II. It. Montgomery and children were guest of Mr. and Mr. Oake Montgomery al Buena Vista, Sunday Mr Dlllard Drumflcld was In Lex- setting. Office room for ale at $1.G0 per Hilton, Lancaster, Ky Will Offer Our Entire 1oor. for rent on second Citizen National Hank Koomi for rent Miss Fannie Bihop Tomato Choice FOH SALE: Plants, I'eter Henderson seed. Phone (It.) Fannie Vet. lf.1. Ml Can chauffer WANTED WORK. and keep car in order. Grant Hasnick Paint Lick. R. No. 2 (It.) Stock of New Spring1 Tailored' Suits Goats and Gapes at Greatly Reduced Prices There are something over one hundred suits and most of them are Navy and Black in plain tailored styles. A few Tweeds and Dressy Suits. $fi9.50 Tailored Suits will be ington Sunday to sec his mother, who is In the hospital there for an operation of the eyes, Mr. Harvey Dean, of Little Hickman, who is ill with rheumatism was brought to the home of his father, Mr A. S. Dean here to be treated by Dr Hose. A number af folks here attended the play at l.ancater Saturday The proceeds were 173, which will be ueil ta pay on the Piano for the school Mr and Mrs. Harrison Dean en tertainetl last Wednesday in honor of her father, Mr. II. A. Duncan's 3rd anniversary. A bounteous dinner was served and everybody enjoyed the. Those of the immetllatr fam ily present were hi on, Messrs. I II , Joe and Jene Duncan anil families, his brothers, Messr. Wm. and t'has. .uncan and sister, Medame Krnrt Montgomery, Landram Bur dett and Wm. Vanderpool. Quite a number of other relative and friend were preent, S3 in all, nnd left wih ing him many return of the day eve-nni- g. WANTED: An International Gaso line Tower Hay llaler. Write, phone tuj or call at this office. Pure bred Rhode Island Red En; from my prize pen at $1.00 per set- tint;. Phone 220. Julian Klllolt FOR SALE: White Plymouth Rock eggs, 15 for $1.00. Mrs. Roy Farther. R. No. 3, Buckeye pike FOR SALE: Barred Plymouth Rock Eirir COct. for IS. for setting Mrs. U. T. Lunsford, Nina, Ky. Lancaster, R. No. 1. $39.75 S59.50 550.00 $39.50 $25.00 Tailored Tailored Tailored Tailored Suits Suits Suits Suits will will will will be be be be .$39.75 .$33.75 .$25.00 .$16.75 COATS AND CAPES Wooltex Tweed Coats $8.95 Wooltex Wrappy Coats $10.95 Wooltex Sport Coats $12.75 Wooltex $25.00 Special Coats.$19.75 Never lend giod b)e to t an umbrella. Say inteaJ ALL OTHER COATS AND CAPES WILL BE OFFERED AT A WANTED: 10 or 15 head of cat- tie to craze. Good water nnd eras, Ollie Kites, Lancaster, Route 1. (5.4-2t.- OF ONE-THIR- D FROM REGULAR PRICES. SALE OF LAND ) SEED CORN FOR SALE $1.75 a bushel. Test 10070 ear to bush el. Box 173, R .F.D. 1, Lancaster. A. DANVILLE, B. ROBERTSON BRYANTSVILLE & T BRO. KENTUCKY. 20 Cents Per Gallon G" Asphalt Hoofmg Paint, also GAHHAHI) Willie pd. ILF. Kelly SALE: Pure bred S. C. White Leghorn Eggs, 5 cents each. Baby Chick, 12ttcts. each. Mrs. Richard Anderson, Stanford, Ky.. R. 4. FOR FOR SALE: Hall Clock, Cherry casing, medal works, over one hunOn account of so much damage dred yean old at W. H. Bland's, dogs, we Lancaster, Ky. J. P. Bland. being done our sheep by as farmers and sheep owner notify all honorable, upright gentlemen, Chicken Feed; and good neighbor fox hunter. to Laying Mash Scratch Feed for young chicks, that keep their dog off of our premise. We also very cordially request the make them grow. Harrodsburg Ice & Produce Co. hunter. themselves to stay off for the (5.4.-3t- .) purpose of hunting. F. T. Higsby, I am standing a good Jersey Hull B. C. Anderson, Lancaster on New Danville pike at J. C Higsby, $2.50 cash. Also good Duroc Hoar D. M. Anderson, at $1.00. L. K. Perkins, ( Special Request To Fox Hunters For Sale Privately ' now Fannie Kannie Tankcnley, Koop, Defendant Pursuant to a judgment rendered at the March Term, 1U22, the undersigned Commtiioner will sell at pub-li- e auction to the highest and best bidder, before the Court House Door in Lancater, Ky., at 1 1 o'clock, A M , or thereabouts, on 22nd., MAY MONDAY, 1922. CIIKTIT t'OTHT. TankerIey, et at, Plaintiffs. V. Mr. A. B. Swope were Lexington last Tuesday. Mrs. B. C. Hose and Miss Bessie. Gulley were In Danville hopping lost Tuesday. Mr .Cleveland Hose returned to hW home, after several month stay in Mr. and In store room of goods, Motor Oil in medium and heavy, at meat market in connection. ,, Thi i. a good .tand with a new stock of, 30,to "cU' ',tfr K""n- - T,h"c ' goods, bought inte January lst..!an;1 .I ). lis wvi 1912. For further Information call 'vva viitv t w w on l (i. Davis, I'amt I.lck. Ky. S. II. Kites, Lancaster, Ky.' (;nrlnv "Vt , ' the real estate mentioned In the pleading and described a follows: In Garrard County, Kentucky. Tract No. 1. Beginning at the South side of Harmon's Ijfk Creek, at a stone, a new corner, with the K. 22 road up the hill, S. 45 poles, S. 73. K. 5 poles. S. 47, K IC S. 4i 21 pole. 3-- S. 75 3-- K Mexico. Mrs. E. H. Klder. of Nlcholasville, I Kast 6 K. J. C. Cox. I am prepared to GRAZING: graze a limited number of cow during the season. Good grass and water. Price $4.00 per month. J. JJ Wood. Phone 71. Richmond Street. ( Hemstitching and picoting at tachment works on any sewing machine, easily adjusted. Price $2.50 Oriental with full Instructions. Novelty Co.,11ox 11, Corpus Christi, (U-pdTexas. .) Disk Harrow, $33.50; Smoothing Harrow, $13.50; Buggies, $90.00; Buggy Hamvs, $14.00; Hames and ( sallle. Collars at cost. One horse corn drill, Master Charles William Knuff-maCorn Drill, $25. $10.50; Deer Stock of Camp Nelson spent the weekScreen doors, $1.75, and window-screenCO cents. We are In the market to buy or end with Mr. and Mr. Newton Go, Oliver Cultipacker cheap. sell cattle, hogs, or sheep. Phone ney, Jr. J. R. Mount & Co. S3. Mr. and Mr. Newton (losney were! Carrier and Brown. (4.27-4t.pdguests of her sister, Mr. and Mr. Dissolution Notice Bay Arnett, of Nicholasville, last Sunday. The partnership firm of Goodloe Miss May me Lee Ballard returned and Walker Brother has this day home Thursday after a week's visit dissolved by mutual consent, Mr. EXCURSION with Miss Marguerite Woolfolk, of Goodloe retiring. I Mvim,lnn May 1st., 1022. Walker Brother, CINCINNATI, Successor to Good!oe and Mis:, Zillah Dawe has returned and return Walker Brother. (It.) home after several days stay with via friends and relatives in Georgetown and Lexington. L. & N. $2.85 Mr. $2.85 Mrs. Newton Gosney and Further reduction for children. Master and Kuuffman, Charlie William Sunday, May 7th., 1922 were guest of Mr, and Mr. Louis Special train will leave Lan- Broadus recently. Mr. Jessie Gulley and Miss Bessie caster 5:39 A. M., returning will leave Fourth St. Station, Gulley, were hostess .to the W, CJ Cincinnati at 6:30 P. M. Cen-tr- I. u. lai rrmay auernoon at ineir Standard Time, (7:30 P. home in Camp Dick Itobinson. Mr. John W. Bryant, Mie M. City Time.) For futher information con Lettle Broadus and Kliiabeth King and., Mr. Arch K. Broadus were In tult Local Ticket Agent. NIchblasvHIe shopping Saturday. J. the guest of her daughter, Mr. J J. Hogan Ballard. Hendren, of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Danville, were Sunday guest of Mr. and Mr. Jesse Gulley. David Steven, Dean spent the Ml j Margaret S. Morgan, week-ena the guest of her parent, It. It. Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Dean. S. C. Itlgby, Dr. Sam liose, of Winchester, was J. F. Thompon. good hepherd giveth hi life the guest of Mr. James Hose and Mr. "The and Mrs. Wm. Hose recently. for hi sheep." St. John "The price of a dog is an abominaMr. It. P. Brown and little daughtion unto the Lord thy Cod." Deu- ter, Iteka, were guest lut week of teronomy XXIII-18- .' Dr. and Mr. Brown in Stanford. He thnt justitieth the wicked, and Messrs. J. Hoagn Ballard, O. A.' he that condemneth the Just, even Bowling nnd J. II. Edward were in they both are abomination to the Louisville last week on busine. Lord. Proverbs XVIMS. A false witness shall not be unMr. J. II. Edwards and Mrs. Alice punished und he that speaketh hi I). Barnes have returned home after a weeks visit with relatives in Ver- hall perish. Proverbs XIX-'d X-I- I. Drive To THE RIGHT AND OBSERVE THE MOTOR VEHICLE LAW. IN ORDER TO STOP THE DANGEROUS to a white oak stump on the Kast side of said road, N. 17. W, 8 poles to an elm buh in line of Jame Johnson; thence a straight line on top of bluff to a stone, a new corner on top of the bluff; thence 13 poles 5 4 fret to a stone South of an elm (winter 17 poles and It feet to the beginning, uppoed to contain 16 acres more or less. Tract No. 2 Beginning at a red oak on the present line between grantor and J. II. Tankersley; thence running Southeast acros the rtdge to a stake on the North tide of the road running from old Hichmond road to Fall Lick; thence along the North side of thi road to the North 7 pole pole. South 0 pole. 10 poles, South SO. K. Dealers .) FIRST OHIO PRACTICE OF PEOPLE NOT DRIVING TO THE RIGHT, THE CITY COUNCIL HAS DIRECTED" THE MARSHAL TO ARREST ALL PERSONS WHO FAIL TO DRIVE TO THE RIGHT OR FOR SPEEDING OR RUNNING IN THE THEIR CARS WITH CITY LIMITS. THIS LAW TO BE STRICTLYgNFORC- CUT-OUT- S gate posts; thence with the present line between Stigall and Jas. II. Tankersley to the beginning, corner, and containing 10 acres more or let. The sixteen foot roadway bordering on the property is reserved according to the deed from Kva Stigall to James 11. Tankersley. Truct No. 3 Beginning nt two buckeye sprouts at the corner of the party of the tint part' Held; thence running with the fence up the hill eastward to a white oak; thence around under the knob with nn old path to u white oak, corner, it being a corner to the land of Jack Davi Heirs and the party of the tlrst part in this transaction; thence southward to the line of Davis Heir to a hickory and dogwood, n line of J. F. Stigall to David Collett's line; thence with Collett's line to the beginning, containing 20 acres more or less. Out of the above is reserveil a 20 foot scope for the benefit of J, F. Stigall' Heir as set forth in the deed to said Jame Tankersley. The purpuse of said sale is to divide the proceed thereof among the Joint owners of inme. The sale will bo made on a credit of six and twelve month, and the purchaser will bo required ' to execute bonds with approved security for the purchase, price, payable to W, II. Brown, Master Commissioner, due in six and twelve month respectively, with interest at six per cent tier annum from date until paid, hav. Ing the force and effect of a Judgment upon which execution may issue, and a lien will be retained upon the land until the purchase money I TKItMS. ED. al paid. J. A. Bratton, Marshal missioner Garrard Circuit Court. G. B. Swlnebroad, Att'y. for Plff. W. II. Brown, Master Com.